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MMOAD TIME TABLE J
wiadiriul an Tenneeeea. Train!
J?:.f NOrleni mail "rives
dally at OOe.m
Ka;. a,nmodUion arrival daiijuf
?wi. . m I Vicksborg .ipr.si. daily,
r-l! ?". L. i lul lln.
ley
(be darky eaid, reaching down into
Ills uiivtni- - i
the clttk asked. "Ed We, va. the
answer. "Ard tbe glrl'a?" "I de
clare I don't know, lr." Kd le'e'
"hnr aha'a nnt in ill hall and 1 11
her." Ilia charmer leturned win
Mm end crave lier name aa Lnia
Bland. She aaid she hid been mar
ried a x timfla and wan'ed tbe clerk to
hnrry up before they got ont of trie
noiion.
The Dairy Maide Festival, pt-
ponf d last evemrg on account oi tu
weather, will taka place at tbe Hkatmg
Rink tonight, with the i.rouramme as
i t:-o.,l In .nr.ihur fnlnmn. It Will
be continued on eaturaay niga,
T ' " .t lii.iio a.m. 1 Bt. louia ia.v ra(u"" ... .
XZ mi tSn f . Jirrlaat it. arUM tlM Thursday's programme will be given.
CLEAYES TO HER WJSBAMX
r-' - iae m stasia
...rival dally at
nuuuai " ar - . ,
ie.pt Bandar
inaitBnndav,
Tid mm mato) XraiM leave!, and
JK? a. follow, r No. i. Kjn.a. City ei-
Hunter DwI'h to aav
Paternal Boof.
leave... - in-.- - N. 2.
trWS.
City eipreai,
s 2 ?; i"r".iri,&-a.-
Kaniai City ma
The Hnnter-MaydwsH cass was et
ilfd in tbe Criminal Court yesterday,
Mrs. llunUr deciding to leave her
father and cling to her husband. 1M
following order waa entered:
In th.mett.r of tha Writ ofllabeai Corpm
iu.d out by A. K. liantari
It la hereby ordered that the aaid A.
E Hunler la entitled to the possession
ollown xarom,n mpr.. , ije Md cu d, ana luai
:0,.. Mall and .. "". Ol Oil XM re nn.
delTy. .aoaot Band.,, at 4 40 UwUiT ,r,wMned o their iberty,
ouih .ipraaf arrival daflf at 6.M . , Bheriff wlH put Btid A.b.
laUaaara..artTa.a DO-MMlon 01 bis said Wile
bomarnua ."-"-"-- "T.T.ii i.r....u. .nH that Jamea
ana cmiu iuiwuwi ( -
Maydwell be reairalned irom any
further Interference with tbe custody
of Mr. Hnnter and.ber said child,
and that James Maydwell pay the cot
of this proceeding.
MEMPHIS DAILY
HOTEL All RIVALS.
The Hw tlayoao.
IABWBQTQW, BTKWART k WHIIK.
PanraiiTou.
C. O. RoT.......Manirr.
Ratal U W hH par -'ay, afeording ta loca
tion of runmi
J fiUrn. NT KB Rla.Jr. N 0
Bliarrii. Ky K Kink. Ark
I)r K K Muvn, Tenn DLL Uattl. Ara
u v ii...ki. Via H U.r.tle. UhlO
S .. i' .... Ai.m
C R McAiIadji. Ind
Pr W 1 I)rn. Tana
C P Wiin. I"d
KB Kicaay. N 0
H M Ki hrdon. Onto
UrKW Willott. Tann
0 J Birdiooir, Mm
n h ri. Mii
DrNW Chaffin, T.nn
X A P hamplin. Va 8 O Addiy ,
A K MrKmnev. tana I) HlUdd.n. Tann
l)r Armitrons.Tonn B Palmer, ht Louii ,
Mir. L Pool., fc.on Ml1 V T
Mi.i L Jon... T.nn J D Mkin., T.nn
t ii ii.uid. i.nn i M Uarrii, Mm
II t Uain.l, Mo PC Drydaa, Mo
J KWith.riniton.MoTD Bollard, P.
ii i Mn J M Oillowar. MO
K K Ko.an, ino
B M Kdwardi, Arkx
J 11 uuriuo, miH
APPEAL FRIDAY,
Jinde, Jingle, Silver Dollar,
NOVEMBER 12, 1836.
JAMEB O. BELL, President.
r.r. BUKlflil, tec'y and Treaa.
Bustle and Crack, 0! Precious
Greet back.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Dr J Wilaht, Miai
Dr J H Nuno, T.nn
J Cowan. Mail
J C.ro. Ky
0 T Rockw.ll, Kai
A M onk, T.nn
0 J Aorbaatxr, Pa
B Hat wan, Ohio
0 P Phillip!, Mini
W B Ca.pxan, Ml".
Lo(k Wise To The Lime That
Grows In Time,
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET,
-WHOLESALE
SCSMPHIS. TENNh
0.
l,. t i. .d Chloaao aipr.nl. laava. a
& r.aTa. 1. Bt. Look aad Oblw
.raii, arrival at 1 :44 a.m. Ia aflaot Bunday,
iprtl m.lMtaa-Train!
follows I Tnromshaipr.iil.avai
J any ni i
all at 10
Iab laavaa
a.m. Thronsh aipraai
K J Millar, Miai
J M Ha
aiaBolly Bprinc
it n
H B Waihbarn. Ark
K H wamni, n
T U Baniom, Mm
n m t. kv
arrington, Ky H Wiiliatni. Ala
J T Evani. Ala II M iona.a.uuy.-
0 B Job.i, Mini l'eJ"?.kti.
B H Velia Jr. Ark H J I',M,,,,
furaham.T.nn ?S,tki.,:,T.
J V Uiaini. La J VY Buckn.r. T.na
B R Bpanoir! T.na RXOiv.a. T.na
J MB arlins. Mo H J Lyne. Mo
E T Williams, Til B J Bruib, Tana
Q Ii Maton, Mo.
eaatsa'a Hotel.
W. H. BINQHAH
Enropaan plan
H?r'f.,..f2a.Si
kJjws .?M,i.b".vIol':.mayiS
ava.nphlidaify at T.15 PJ.. arrival
a HonySpriaai at 11:48 P.m.l No. 6 l.ava.
ffofij prlaas dally at il a.m.. arrival at
tt,lsH,uHii rVi.u
... i . i mmAra tlmal I
aa roliowi toanwM .
paan plan. niar
Vrio.3 aeoordins to ilia and loca
tion of roomi.
W T Htokei. Tann KCCarh, Tax
K M Uaco. Tann H W Willlamion. Ark
S K Mi.. KMBuddath. Mill
m In. Mill " " ; -
mova.aa ""'.-zr - ,
s, , l iaav T. .rrWa.
at
Ko. S laavai at 5: a.m. I arr.T..
at a lis a.m. Ho. (rraisnir i..t.
r.r.L (.."it nkdavl al I: a.m.i arrival
at 6:10 - -
t:2l p.m.
eooltr
CUBED OF BUEUM1T1SM.
A SJoloraal Phjalelaai'B lffti F
acrlptlao.
Trt.. Unnnh. a colored woman
v, ii.. t ih corner of RaybnM
avenoe and Carolina street, wsa suffer
ing all day ytateroay irom a w "
and painful attack of rheumatism.
Tna.M nlohtfall she dBtermined on
calling In a doctor, and having no
faith in a wnue pnyaxiau,
for a "eullnd gemman." He
arrived on tbe epat promptly,
examined his patient with pompona
d unity and gave her something which
he aaid would ralieve her of pain.
There ia no doubt that he adminis
tered a nowerlul remeuy, ior inj
BKU
J 0 Mi
J L PHt.
J 0 Molntvra.
, va
Ind
1. 1' Vmar.nn. T.nn
J D Rbin.bart, Ark
M L Aod.rin. T.nn Ana.rion',."
Mri U Thomai, Tann 15 VI
v! ," A I. J M Boom. Min
n-Kriwi b;r;-Mi i i..N.m. m...
LVfiasiiman.lMJABIaafhW
MriMCP.rkioi. Mill Btl WaJdsll.Miii
Mrilluntar Ac. Tana A ,rJM',,Tana
J M Coleman. Tana MriB Jon.i, Tana
THE WEATHER.
ladleatloaa.
Par Alabama: L'ghl rain;
tnndl, $hifting to Wilffjf.
For Miuittippi: Ms1 rainti
kuxd by fair, cooler vealhtr; wndt&ilU
ingiewaterly.
For Ttnneute: Light rain; tliglUly
f '.. I.I. nitAm
cooler, uriwie terea a poweriui iuu;. 1
n ' j-l . ruiaiu- nnrlv tta- u- v,i. iim hnino treated for rheurra-
. -11. .A. in. Kw anma Other DhVSlcian. 008
hnnmi lAmneraiure; rarwon w'i ir- i"i" . . ' u
..VIM. I
eralfy orlAwr(rfv.
The rwori if rmain war ly italionary.
T P Turaar. T.OB Ulimm, .
Ml.. M Hunter, Ark aV:
)avit, Ar
T II Ruiith.ra. MUl
? . , u.t lat..T..a
it P Kllii. Ha J
W A HUl.Tean
p T Collier, 0
K I Mean., II
(1 L Halter, Pa
N T llurronghi, Ia
R A Wilton Aw, Mp
I R Hutoiiin.on, III
i A Alien,
Mr. M B Ooi, Tea
11 W Koieworna.lll
Mini Jon.l, T.nn
Mrs W UKws Ai,ArkB UlshaaU. Mi..
I Dunham, Mm.
i n T.arat. T.nn
Dr J Wrigbt, Mill
a W.rn.r. Mo
W H A C.t'e, T.ca
T Hotmail, T.nn
W T Rugcra, Ky
A M Weat, Mo
MiaaK B Wilaon, Mo
Mis L Mo-reliia. Mo
W P 6tev.ni, Mill
J A Manley.Ill
U W Butler, Miia
Mr. J W Jonea. Tens
Mra Cheshire 42o, Miai
eraloKleal Hvport.
" time. Bar, fher. vVind. WWr
7:00 a.m. TO 071 67 0 K. Cloud.
8:00 p.m. mOOl 67 0 K. Lt.rain
10:00 p.m 29.977 61 0 N.W. Foggy.
expired fifteen minutea alter ane tooa
the do e prescribed by her learned
colored doctor. Hia name is wi'hbeld
.1 ! - -afia him I 1 A
because Hie pauuo ai. , " ... "T ,.i,LOff A A CO PoraiTOa.
trOUDie. Juaiio iJaiij i nit ana looanua u;
Peabudy Hotel.
I lr.qa.est todwy.
Jl,WMMJw " I '
Minimum temper,,ture' 6I,U'
Osone, 11 a.m., 2.
Rainfall, 1.03.
CITY NEWS.
has
The grand jury meets today.
A Ring of Iron again ton'ght,
The Tristate Medical Society
adjonrned.
There are twenty-four prisonera
in the County Jail.
It has been a tough winter for the
coal dea'ers so far.
Capt. Lsach is aoon to open bids
for 460,000 yarda of levea wotk at Plum
Point
The petty jealousies of town loo
tora make the ocuntry aaa-bonea tery
tired.
Tbe weather begins to look a little
dismal for the gathering of tbe cotton
crop.
The Haiiymalda' Festival was
. postponed last niRht until tonight and
Saturday night
-0. G. Peliank, of No. 28 Pecond
treet, was arrested at 8 o'clock last
night tor unmtrcitu:ly beating Ills
wile.
The aoolable announced for to-nit-M
at the Christian Oburnh has
been poaiponcu uum uom
evening.
A permit was granted yesterday
to Q. 11. Blood to erect a four stoiy
addition to No. 356 Main atreet, at a
coat of $7000.
Win. Phillip", a colored boy sged
11 years, ws mres'ed lust niitht for
robbing a tl 1 corntr ol ueorgia street,
and MisBisBippi avenui.
King Silomon't H'.wi, by Haggard,
and Jure Gold, by the author ol in a
Oram Country are (ho nw worki in
cheap form. MansforJ can supply the
demand.
Mr. John F. Wilkoraon, who ob
i.ntsii tn ai.ivlnir aa a iuror in the
Fagln murdur case yesterday because
he did not brieve in capital punian
ment, wis put on the regular pnnel.
tolie'cormnj, tit'Mf rtifs por'Tool!
whirh la It as than one-third the price
paid during the days of Nicolson
pavement, tbe price then being $2 per
foot.
The Chickasaw, 0ipt- K-0. Tostal,
arrived lartniht from White River
with 1613 bales of cotton, the largest
trip of cotton ever brought out of that
stream for this port, and It ia the blue
ribbon of the aeason.
The will of MatbewJ.Coxe waa
admitted to probate yesterday, lie
leaves bis widow his house and lot on
the tact aide of Lauderdale atreet and
the remainder of bia property to hia
niece, tbe wifa of A. C. Brewer.
W. 8. Robinson got a verdict of
$2000 damaoes in bis suit sgainst
Williams A Cj. yesterday in the Cir
cuit Court. R .bhison wtaan employe
in the mill, and loat the use of bis arm
through ths detective aetting of a rip
aaw in Williams'a mill.
"One remark I want to make,"
Bald President lUdJen yesterday, on
opening Police Court, "ii that tbia ex
cuse about iinpeiftct titlea of delin
quent proptrty owners won't do. If
necessary, we'll opn an abtttactofllce
in this court au' fix the titlea in a
jifly."
Justice Barry held an Inquest at
noon yeaterday upon the body of a
colored woman who died from an over
dose of bluing. It ia not known why
ahe took bluing, but as her death wna
preceded by aavere convulsions, it is
presumable that i' was to atop the
convulsions. This is a new nss for
bluing, and one not generally appre
ciated. Licensee to marry were If aued yes
terday to A bntr Rogers and Ueorgie
Adami Kldridr, M. If. Wood and
Jennie Cooper, Andrew Hen aud
Kalile Butler, W. A. Hlemraona and
Vattie White, Nelain Kttchum and
Martha MayfidM, Wm. M. Wason and
Delia liutlo", Nil Bt'Hr.i and t-arali
Adams, J. II. Ciab and Lalu Watkina.
"How much do llomaej crat?'
asked a darky of the C.mnty Court
Clerk yesterday. "What f jr to mar
ry?" he asked. "Yes, ah," was the
reply. "Two dollars and a half," ha
aaid, "All right, bir, gimme a pair,"
PERSONAL.
Mrs. MAoaia Wnanina, of Jackson,
Tenn., is. visiting Mrs. J. J. Duffy.
Miss Ma.mb Keliy. ' J?k80"
Tenn., la visiting Mms Lulu Kelly, 378
Vance atreet.
The Hon. Jno. Y. Marry, M. D., of
Ripley, Miss., Is stopping at Uaston b.
He Ib here to attend the Trlatate Ab o
Sombhvillb f afcon: Capt. J. uar
vey Mathes, of the Memphis Lfdgrr, a
a candidate for the powt on of State
Treasurer. The C.Uin is eminently
fifed for the poeitlon, and will make
an excellent official if elee'ed by the
t i.,.... tvat. Tnnrjessee should
giveblmaBolld support. B.Bide bie
fitneBS for the place, he is a true
Democrat, who lias rendered much
valuab'e service to the party, and
these services should meet with recog
nition. We wish him sacce. B.
J Barnett, N Y
O R (i.radorf, Mo
T N Parker, tei
Mra A K Liloa, Tax
J T WcOohoe, Ala .
B B Chiam, Mini
14 PitiKerald, Tenn
U 11 bohoepe, N I
M O Andrewa, Ky
K Whipple, N V
3 r Welch, N Y
U B RoRr, N Y
T Downing, Mo
(1 B Btona, N Y
M J Jacquei, Mill
J R Barnea. Pa
n N Jacoba w, Ala
J K Tulley, N Y
11 Watkina, Tex
I, Balingnr, Ark
M Hall, Tenn
I M,.('.rlVi. D 0
0 11101,"''
LAAV REPORTS.
C hancery Court-Kile.. Jadge.
Docrecs yeslerday-Taylor va Ger
man Nutional Bank, Henry vs Henry,
Drury vs Llrg, Hmith va Loague.
Old Folks va Millard, Memphis and
Charleston railroad va Baltimore and
Ohio lailroad. Boyd vsBtrne", Patrick
vs Patrick, Hutd e vs Hurdle, Cruse
nuan Pnnl v Oooney. John
son vsTsxing Dietric, Topp vslopp,
miih vs Hmtth, Mitchell va Eri-ley,
Miller vs Newport, Palmer va l.lch-
n..atno ii .t ihnfon. con ln-
nance; Anderson va Hutohinson, sale
confirmed; Finnie vs Moyers, dis
ut.i. ui.i. Knwi. vs Weir.leave to
anHwer; Htale vs Butler, dis lot ,
Hfhwab Meyers vs Hadilen.diBinisaed;
Kiato vs Littlij )bn, revivor ; Httteva
Calhoun, d a loie 12 aud 13; Honer vs
IStrlck, reference; State vs Allen, (lis
i ii Work 4 : 8ia e vs BneeJ, dis
lot 2, bloik 4 ; btale va Prewitt, at or
ney'i feus; 8 ate va Kmith, opening
bids; Bute vaB'ackwell, dis patition;
u(t.; v. .TakHim. reheuring relusadj
Loagtw va Wynne.recelver appointed ,
HUM va Hill, sale set aside ; bU-e vs
Overton, compromite; ,H,n'Jalf;
Huiith, continuance aet liury de
vs Jlilburn UiOorgjj ff uig 0fr
manded; Blate "
'"Casea reset f)r Monday, 15th
Fleece va Trader, Orgill vs Trader,
Grilling vs Barlow.
Today will he motion day.
LOCAL NOTICES.
Da. R. K. Buixingtoh, surgeon
dentist, 367 Main. Telephone 708.
Lovkly orange blossoms for brides,
dresses at tbe Women's Exchange.
Da. HaNNiaa baa removed to hia
former residence, No. 324 Poplar
Btreet.
JO OO. 8. Ulnson, dentist, No.
Ma n atreet. E. Bolger asalsUnt
Call and get a new set of teeth for $0.
Q. W. M iu.xb & Co., Paten Aabeatoa
Fire Proof Roofers. For durability,
equaled by none, Uaed on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofa. No. 66
Madison ttreet
Why do you pay $25 or $30 for
ready made suHa when you can goto
L. Roeeostein A Bros., 28 Main a reet
and 18 Jefiaison street, and have a
suit made ti oidsr. A lit guaran
teed. Tin qnfstion of m proper food for
infants interests all motheis; espe
cially those nnhble to nurae their off
anrinir. Melliu'a Food po'Btsata all
the reonieiies aa a substitute for
mothers milk, and ia highly com
mended by the medical faculty of both
Europe and America.
Tn rstora' Aid Society of the
First Mtthoilitl Church will Rive a
beaver entertainment and supper on
Kr flaw nloiit. November 12tb. in the
leitura room of the church, corner of
Second and Poplar streets, for the pur
nose of raisin ir money in aid of the
eew church enterprise. Supper,
in S.1 i',.n'a All are coriliaMy in
vlied to come. Mia. DePass, Preai-
dent.
Alubauia Hpllnt Coal.
P. M. PATTERX)?! A C0.Agenta.
Lndleti
Who wnt the prettieet of Hatx, Bon
nets and lUIr Uooila alionlJ vixit 1-a-vigneV,
in OJd Frllowa' Building,
w here all goods are sold at extieuutily
low figures.
made ratea,
J K Maxwell, Ark
O A Miliu;. Mo
Mra M T Hancock, 0a
P 11 McWhirtcr, Ind
0 W Howell, Oa
T Freeman, T.nn
W P Mullina, T.nn
0 K Day, Ohio
J U llogan, l enn
H K 'Ihiera, NY
JTMunda, NY
JOw.n.Tenn
11 Thnm.on, Bsotland
Mra U Aluxander.Uill
W t Jaequea. Mill
11 ltoiabach, Mo
M Huiith, Miai
J F llnrr.il, Ky
M K Hunk, Mo,
T J Ur.wn, Mm.
U K Clarke. Tonn
M J O'Neill, Miai
J R Bcatea, Tenn
Ara
II
Pa
F M Duval, T.nn
T Hantaan, Ara
K Kverman, T.nn
B Ruflin. N Y
VI B Moore, Tenn
R C Corbin, Va
BO Miller, Ala
A B Caldwell, N T
W J Knox Aw, Ala
Wra Cox, N J
8 Nichohon, Fla
C. Mama d, Fla.
. nil T. Ohaa A Watklnl.
A 7 Ch i i in an, " Chimnan.
3Ac1:ZT ..uA"5.d,poia...
Siti..Carri.L
llnfly'a t oropean Hotel.
Corner of Adami and Main treat.. R"""'
NiVi Ifioand II per day! American Plan,
U Per day. Firt claa. Reataurant in th.
lUUi i. M. DI'KFV 110 y.an with P.a
hodv Hotel). Proprietor.
m l.,-la.Tenn F J Cnlilweil, icnn
Atd Be Wise With The Penny
Bat Not Tennywise.
THE DOLLAR That's what we
all strive for. Have we many or
have we few. we aro all trying to get
more. In trade, in all branches of
Vii bi noon in ih nrofessional walks
yuiltuvui., w J
f lif the. areat aim is to secure
Va. o- "
money.
MONET I Yes, we are all Btnv
be for it But when we get it, ao
we all use it wisely?
. One way to save money ia to buy
your Clothing at the Misfit Cloth-
inq Parlors, 262 Second street
The way to spend your money
wiseley is to buy Custom-Made
Clothing when you can get it at leist
30 per cent, cheaper than you can
buy ready-made.
Whan offered a good suit at tha
same price you have to pay for
vprv ordinarv suit, isn't it wisdom to
take the good suit? ThiB is the ad
wanfaVA At hnvinir at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 262 Second St,
YOU AND THE TAILOR
On reaaon why the tailor has to
make prices so high is because he
tnnts with so many losses. The pa-
the Mihkit Clothinq Par
rnna vnt. into their pockeU what
AJV - Jw " - - - m
the tailors lose.
30 per Cent. Saved in Suits,
40 per cent. Sared In rants,
35 per cent, bated in Oyercoats
Money Saved in Everything.
We Lighten Your Cares by Making
Prices Light.
Be as anxious to Save as you are
to Make, and Buy at the
MISFIT
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
-OF-
-a rn jitb TTlr aM n i r mc
HAIlIiEltY nATtIWA12 AND MATUBB.
. . M n.4 TTnaaaaACiCi
Poii.fi atiLi Levee Contractors for Waston. Scraper anu ari Ua.Uca
0 SPECIAL PRICES to
ZELLNER & CO.
OFFER thb followinq
S0LIDB All GAINS
THIS WEEK.
A LOT of Child'! Button Shoa, B..1
and Spring BmI. itrong and tub
Unttal, belt Philadelphia makaa,
mall aliai reduo.d from $1.60 to 7Se.
A LOT of Chtld'i Button Shoei, Calf and
Pebbl. Goat, liiei S tolOH. reduoaa
from 11.50 to 91.00.
100 pain P.bbl. Grain Solar-tip Spring
Ileal Button Bhoea. litea Sto m. ra
dnoad from 11.50 to 1 08.
BOO pain Mluei' P.bbl. Grain Bprlng
nal.Bolar-tln Button Bnoai, mil 11
to 3. reduced from (2.00 to B.I SO.
800 pain lama kind, with ho.li,
d un.d from 12.00 to II M.
100 pain Youthi' Calf and Grain But
ton 8ho.!, nlcand itrong, fully worm
B2 25. aii.a 11 to 2, reduced to i.o
iho nain Bora' Button Bhoea tbla li a
iplendid ihoe, niocly nolin.a ana
v.ry lervicabl. iImi 2 to hH, worth
fully $3.00, reduced to Sa-OO.
For This Week Only
Wa wlU 1.11 our LadieT IZ W) uur B.ia
Button Bhoei, worked buttonhole!, lat.it
ityle ihapu, pointed to and nlgu heel
and erjmmon lena. to. and low Mil
aver oalr warranted, ior th. low prloe
nf ai.MS.
Onr M.n'i 13.00 Bhoea are the beat in
tha land. They are mad. of g.nuino
i. .kin with .AAmiaaa vamn. well nn
lahed and p.rfeot Btting. W warrant
"TGen u'l'Ladlai' and Children'! Dr.ai
ri
a'Sli', Ladlai' and Chlldr.n'1 Stout
Tir 1L! UUn.a
Ever thing Excellent In Footwear, at
prloei LOWER than .liewh.r..
ZKIiTjWElt & CO
300 MAIS STKEET.
MEGMNIGS SAVINGS BANK.
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITA.An lilli.
Interest Fcaici. on Deposiiw
OPEH SATIIRDATS OBriL 7 O'CLOCK P.M.
if. If. KATZESBERQEB. rresioenu
1)100,000
NAP0LT80N HTXL,
W. H. CARROLL.
1. KATZ ENBERG EE. Cashier.
BOABD or DIRECTORS.
JOHN A. DENIB, . A. COHEN.
J. W. HOHOKR,
M a ' V ii Ci LI a
T. Y. TOBIN.
J. H. BISCOB,
A. S. MEYERS.
Boots aiid Slioes
Alin, Cd?rahlaanditfliangoodi,wflohw.oB-.ratlow4gurai. .
m rtiv tbibi a awar arjeeiai lnonoamonia. vn j'u. rt
HOT in SIZES wear, prepared to nil orden lor ipaoial liiei at HO wika vuba, mu
Sbl?nrM.robanU to JITfn without being oomp.11.1 to buy goodi not ad.d.l
C&5
Aaeata ror tfce'Celebrated W. I.. Donalaa S Meta'a CaU Biieea ana
AlBU.r aiae.ao bo,,. Bhoea tm all atylea.1
-TT.T.TTBTtlATKn nATALOffTTK ANT PRTOH LT3T M ATLUTt
JAMBS BEGHAH
(AOHNT.)
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Picture Rail Mouldings and mixed rainis.
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
REOXl BTREET. ... - iraaaaa aa.g.. m.,
w .".!;"' w II Klvnn. Ky
f. . it nnn. u iv
n w titi-h.N Y
11 Mooriuax, i,a
OMaaon.Tenn
'i.m WH.ht. Tenn
Arthur Heck, Tenn
K Vaughn. Tenn
Ham Mitchell. NY
W Maury Aw, Mich
B Siminona, Ala
J B Uainble aw.Aia
OLLong, ria
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
; Opp. Court Struwe, Memphis, Tenn.
N.B. Reuiember.aJl alterations to
insure a i eriooi s v, a n uu
OF CHARGE, by First-oUs Tailors
in our Parlors.
Open evenings until 9 ; oatuidays
until 11.
EXTHAOT
inn innvrinTn
lUllll
it
nun
A NATURAl TONIC
C M Block, Tenn
J F Morris, Tenn
A P F.itd.Tenn
T Honnell, Ark
K K W 1 liani". Ill
J A Tipton. Tenn
J W lira a, i iin
0 W Urnves Tern
R Riohardi-on, Tenn
K B W Mliama, lonn
P (1 Meith. Tonn
P Bullivan, Mo
R M Kedwiro, 111
ara
. i 1,1 : , .u'a
N ' Bho'well Aw. MOJ u oto,bioow,
Mi" Mlibam. Ark T MuKee, Tenn
A L Du' kiln, M.i " ',l'"nVl"'li!' u.i
N II Knrigtit. Ark C ""'.
K'1r,hr,l!,r0k w
5 W Auiand-. T.a JO Vonny. Fl.
K M 11. ley, rla WM Bailey, j Ark
T T Lml.. Miaa J L RoherUon, Tenn
W T Anclrewa, Alk 1 ",w,'ll,n'Ain,,
Vl-ihain. V,a , li 0 Tiioker. 0a
W Nr., !,., Ind J 11 Walton, Ind
K J i m n. ohio W D Lumpkin, Ion"
R L Laiuotk. Mo C J Ail nn". Ky
W M Mu.lin, T.nn T I. t'r.n..h. "
PrliUly llonae,
(Formerly Commercial Ho"',!
n. Tfr..ni .ml J.fTnr.un Hia.. M.mPhia.Tenn
,1 J. 11. PmiiDT, Prop'r, of Rlrhmoiid, Va.
Transient ratea, 11 oo to f vr
W II "inlth, Miaa
- Mi Iron Kartn.
'Skwm Mi"-
COAL. COAL. COAL.
imiv wtliSH,
28b aeeoBd (street 880
ANTHRAmTK.HTTSmm
A1.BO
HABUWOOD.
760 TELEPHONE
KELLYi u
T
mi & EEILLYp
WHOLESALE
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
Deviled Craba, Sbrirap,
Salmon, Freeh Can Maekerel,
Sardlnea, Lobatera,
Brook Troot, Owetera,
Haokerel la Tomato Catanp,
bmi KtaOed Pickle.,
Soar Plcklenbjr thecal. aoa injnr.,
Pickled Onlone, Hot Bellan,
Wooater Saace, Toiuato Calapp,
Caper., Haatard. Carry Powder,
Salad Dreaelnc, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Ck' ae, Celery Baaee,
Celery a ' i, Etc., Ete.
. vr
v va UTTnTTTJ A TW jay a
at. r .
Mo. m
Sneer s
MnAm street, Gayoavo Block.
ALCOG01
PLEASANT TO THS
m GREAT BLOri
A AaVaV" 7
1) U UAAA AAU
Cotton Gin
REMOVED TO
Hilling from Mnlberry to St. Martin Streets
t-Insurance and Sacks free.
I" The Largest and only Complete Gin in tne city.
HSrBest Yield. Best Sample.
Frank ScMmaiiii,
1 1
jl. fltrong, Tenn
Williama, Miaa
J I, Williama, Miai
T W Woods, Miaa
II Allen, Mi a
E 0 Hrown. Kv
J II Harris, T.nn
3 II Clark, Va
3 T Emerson. T.nn
U I) Knocha. l'a
J 11 Inman, ky
A B Thomas, Mill
H 0 Kiiott, Mo
Chaa Pitttnan. Mill
jk Howard, Miai
l A Jones. T.nn
Mlsi M Whit., Ark
A J Vincent, Ind
w y Williama, Miai
W L Williama. Miai
11 Oeome, Tenn
W P Kadi, Misa
V R Willik., Tenn
T B Rich, city
U w Kaniioipn, nana
J D W hite. i eon
A W Jones, Pa
C B Morgan, Miai
E R Hews, fit Loull
C I, Trevail, mo
W
llnu.lon Aw. T.nn
P M Hiarka. Miai .
Ogd.n Janu.si, Mill
Miaa K White, Ark
Kd Kuthland, Tena
JBWhea'ly, Tenn L B Oollini, Mill
Y Cnnnlnaham.TixH P Glean, Ark
W Vaughan, Ua P 8 lvohei, BO
C W WUroy, Miai W R Harriaon, Ark
J B f tevea-. Ala J N Moor., Tenn
R N HUk.more.T.nn J M Right, Ark
0 J Martin, Miaa P L W ard, lann.
Tphm, i!oUee, ISplces.
Attention is directed to tha card of
Daan-Lillv OoffeeandSuics Company,
located at 20") Man Brett. The
ofliitleinen coiiiivwlnif this company
are old rts!din s, well krown to the
Vinnlnpta enmmnnitv. and ran be re
IUH nn In thnlr hualiiflFB Thov will
handle Rroit qnantitUa of stack, and
may be txpec ed to tell cs long aa the
market can atana.
AUllillONAL UIVEK.H.
Vickshcko, Miss., Novemhar 11.
Night Departed: Arkansas City and
Belle Memphis, Ht. Louis.
Cincinnati, 0.,November 11. Night
River 3 feet 0 incliee on the RHiire
and aUtinnary. Weather clear and
cool.
PiTTfBUBO. Pa. .November 11 Night
Rivtr 6 fett 6 lnchf on the gauge
and falling alowly. Weather cloudy
and cool.
Cairo, III., Novetnher 11. Night
ItWar 3 few Sinniitson th isange and
falling Weather cool, With dtiaa'ing
rain all day.
IiOniHViixa, Ky., Njvfmlwrjgni
Night Kivtr3 luutl inch in (j B(a.
and 11 ine'er on the lllfWeather
t ona y. lhwliiooa tl'lfting rain,
clondy atd CjKI, with r1
and the
Burns,
ACID IUOfl
rorOTpep.la,uf'"',u,,,
Of the Dlgeatlve 'rttn
fLlTer.Skln Dl.ee, Cut
cald. and iiraea,
KARTU le a ecllle,
Bk.umatti, malarial lor
. Kaie niitrrtioaa and ok
stlnata aa.. of Blood PolaonlBf ,
TUld ajitklil tall to la awoadot
tatl eea
Aak tm to paaaaptaloa.
ef all doalara oa aoaa,
raa the A. I. K. Co., moMto,
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUQQISTt.
t
At Wholesale by YAN TI.KETA CO.
Tmnortar and Dealer ra
filnna, Hsblng Taenia i'
mini Snppllea. oar Bneciai aiwmioo
glv.n to MANUFACTURING and R
PAIRING. -a
4ia Main Nt
.Mem will. Tnt
Mississippi & Tennessee RJU Ck),
PVo-. Annaal Meeting or SlockfcoMera.
, Muvjikiai,lsk laaat .
HE annual meeting of th. "tpciooiaeri
in the Miaaiaa ps. . iipHia.
Ill D. Bail.
R. KUPrEK5C"ai.AAJA,
IMPORTER AND DIALER IB
IT
road Company w
TENN, on
wodnAfidav. November Ht 1886
.1 hlch tlm. a Dlraotory will .Lcted for
eorevary. T A xfl. 8errtry
J. F. II0LST& BRO.
(snCCKBSOBB TO tt. hholbt a bbo.
(jam, Ammnnltion, Ftahlna; Tackle
and rMmrtamens' npplle8.
UKMALK AW I RB.1AIU.
u. .ml
ara Vain litreet, Slemphle, Tenai
sAanniaor'a
n.(.lt. Lameet Stock, maiaa.orm.u..
Bp.Cl.lty. s.araaa,nn:a. . , .
Younn & Brother, Funtral Directors
AUUMJJ Wk JAVB BISIOVED TO
- a lu.Hamam
RooEseuers ana duiiiuucid.
IS Mala NU, Memphla. Tenn
a M RW afjrPLY
SCHOOL 00KS
jwit hxj.i:.
,, j of A. Lea A Co. on Island 34
rlantatg cr , .uu It eonUini about
for djrei of rich bottom land! about 325
S.VM in cultivation; i.reral hundred acres
6va any overflow. Can b. mad. on(
r tha 6 nest stork lerros. eompl.tely am
rounded by wa'er, which prevent, the
capaol atook. Also, about IftO Head ol Ctrl,
which are In line condition, includin. ae
ral hhort-born Durham bulla, Cowl u
V.arllngl. Adilreia
A. LKA A CO , Fulton, TerO..
or W. A.OAOKACO.,
No. 300 Front atr.t, t.mphli, Tjob.
j. S3i 8EC0SD ST., MEMPHIS.
AFllit and eomplaU itock of Woodand
gt.Ulli.JaiM and Caak.u, Oloth-Oov
.r.d (kak.Uand BurUl Rob.1 alwayi oa
hand aar0rd.n bv talearapk prompUy
aiaj
i. G. SCHMIDT & SON
5:
rn,A.. .4 la Hinlami
nil Inn .nil I'l.hlat Tackle. Bnlldere'
u.niM.. i. iu. i iiMila and A
MmmMlBriA- ... LI -1 . mwtA N A.illn OAB.BdO
attain atreet. Brmnhla. Tenn. Elaxitrlc
uppli.1 alwayi oa band. Repalrln n.auy
done.
Quarter Q( a Century in the Hardware Business.
I
KM STAFF &
IH VIV Iilll
co.
Nos.
IjASO STAFF BEILDWU,
322 and 324 MAIN ST., - MEMPHIS, TENN.
mtm
GUNS, STOVES, TINWARE,
COTTON AND WAOON SCALES.
VVAPORATORS AND SOltGIIITM MILLS.
E, M. APPERSON & GO.
Vhalesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
364 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TENN.
ILCMTfa.
Joka a. alllwaa.
Tkoa. Clark.
J. Olaife.
Uholesale Oroeera, Cotton Ftori
And Conralsslen Herchantt,
232 ani 234 Front St, Dcmpliis, Sto
BTrwm a.ajus abtb jirriastw
a a a avll
ARllfllSTEAD & LUNDEE,
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANT S
No. 031 Front Street. Cor. Union, Memphis, Tenn.
X. B. DAT.
Laaa.f .S. Day ASen.-
W. H. HOBTOat,
LaU of Meaohaia A H.rtoa
t. W. BAIUT.
Lata of Ball. at
Laan.i .o. nay aoon. - fomerviUo.
DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
WBOLdAIiBl .-a-aaaa
GROCERS AND COTTOH FACTORS,
380-361 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
JNO. S. TOOf.
E. L. MoQOWAN.
J. 8.3ioTIQHK,
W. 0. PATTE80N.
n & w.
foot IdOTO
Yholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Aud Dealers In Levee and Kallroad Supplies,
No. 174! Front Street nMs, TenneA.ee

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