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RiMOlDjnE TABLE.
Bilalealra.l tciimm.-Tralni
mu follow,! 5 Or,n nail arrirei
tun. a un.m. ' mtm eii et
Crdil aoeonnnol tion an-irei daily t 9
iTFi i, iy at 8:45 p m. Loral
traifbt imM 4 tily (tmpt Sunday) at S:Sn
.n.; daily (eirept Buod.y) at8:15
.n. Hail tT.i di not .top at flair it
Stoat, r Whitehaven, Horn! Lak,:Ntbit
and Leva.
lnlirip ITallfy Rrala (L. H. O.
sm4 T. My .) Train on this road run eafol
lawn K' OrleaM fat mail, daily, le.Tei
4:30 a.m. Vickuburi iireo, daily,
letTwet 9:15 a.m. New Orleani faat mail,
Wily, ev.-rt, .9:10 a.m.) Viokibun ei
reie, 'daily, axrWae at i:V p.m.
.iev.eM.ri vweMl MlMtlaalppl
T'- -Train, mora m tollown Peat Ina
w at 10:01) a.m.) hU Loot fat Una
Irviai at:, p.m.) Fait lina arrival at 1:30
rtu.t St. tarns faat lina arrival at tl:Cf a.m.
ILaMiievlll ana Haahvlll Traini
T a follow! i Fait mail arrives daily at
tl'ja.m.t laarai at 10:10 p.m.. mall leaves
ally at lu.iu a.m.; arrival at t:w p.m.
Lmanavilla aooonunodatiom laavaa daily
liadil Sunday, at ft :U0 p.m.i arrival daily.
Xflaptaoaoa. at a-iai a.m. uunaarauMi
Half atmum ieaaMS ! j, Bprlua
cM anal Motnathla) Train leava M.and
T. depot m folow.i No. , KaniaaCityei
iim Leave, et 10:46 a.m t Mo. S, Kaniai
City eipre.i, arrival at SrflO p.m. No. II,
Kaaaai City mail, laavai at 8:00 p.m. i No.Jl,
W.niu Oitv mall, arrival at lift a.m. No.
St. boats and Chloaao aipraM, laavai at
lOO p.m.1 Ma. 1, 8t. Loals and Chioaioai
btwi, arrival at 1 :4a a.m. Ia affaot Sunday,
iprll 1MIW. , ,
alewanhi snal Charleston Tralm
mova u fbllowit Tfcronih eipreil laavai
dally at 10 r0 p.m. Mall and aiprau laarai
i.liw i larfn a.m. Homarrllla eoeonmoda-
Tom laavai daUy. aioapt Bnnday, at 4:40
a.m. Thraack a-preu arrival daily at 5:S5
w ana en-pro., arrive. auj m
Bamarvllla aosommodattoa arrival
Sail.
illy, aieapt Bnnday, et iSO a.m.
.maa,la, MiraalacBana aad Atlas.
k.n., arrival at Menphli at ISiW a.m.t No,
L.M Umnkia i4.ll it 4 ill B.a.. Ilflm
f 'Holly Bprlnaiat 11.-45 p.m.i No.41.avai
oilrSprinri daily at litt a.m., arrival at
aammkHa mm LHU SUi-en.-Trelni
fiava ai fbllewi (antral itandard tlmeli
. 1 laavaa dally at : p.m.i arrival at
m p.m. Bo. I laavai at 6166 a.m. I arrival
eavitta.nt. Ho. 6 (frelt-ht) laavai Hoield
Jalv (aioapt Snaday) at 1:30 a.m. arriTM
a 4 ia? ..,
THE WEATHER.
Indications.
for Ttnneure: Fair vieather, prectded
hy light raini in (he ea$tern portion; colder
in ike tmtUm portion; tlalionary tempera
dure in the VKriern portion; northwetterly
tW.
Tor Alabama: Fair weather; cooler,
northerly wtndi.
tor ilimnippt: Fairmather; Uation-
mrvumpernturt; northerly vnnai.
For Louirimaand Texat; Fair weather;
slightly warmer ; wmtu generally northerly,
m Uvaroloffleal Biparl.
Hnnii, Tiki., Novambarw, IBM.
Time.
Holly Bprtari IMOt rraine nova a.
fallowii He. 1 leave. Momphii daily atlrtf
n.t arrive at Holly 6prlni at :U p.m.1
V.. k luni Roll Bnrin.. daily at :00
liar. Titer. Wind. W'lEl
20 601 51.0 N.W. Lt.raln
29.7W1 84 0 N.W. U.inw
29 949 32 0 N.W Clear.
7:00 a.m.
8:00 p.m.
00:00 p m
Maximnm tt-niptiralare, (12.0.
Minimum temperature, 82.0.
Oaotie, 11 a.m., 2.
Kainfall, 1.03. .
ifareelle at the matinee Baturriaj
Jndge HadJfn yeetsrday ordrrrd
the police (o Trent merohants woo
failed to put tk.di noder cotton stored
on the ttieata.
The alarm of fire from Bdz i at 6
o'alock ye tt-rday afternoon waacanged
by a rieWtive chimney in the rear of
Ko. 133 Main etreet.
The tale of leaU for the Abbott
engagement begina at the Thfater at
9 o'clookthla morning and wlllcoa
time nntll 5 o'clock p.m. , . '
The (naniiu ration of Ladiea' tay
at the Ohickiaaw Guirda' Armory
baa been postponed from todiy, as
tfirat contemplated, till the first Than
lay in Dec ember
Charley Robinson, night rubier
of the teataurant at No. 40 Monroe
atrect, ia reported to have skipped
with the content! of the cash drawer,
amounting to $40.
Nea was received here yesterday
to the efiect that a little boy, 11 years
of age. was burred tn rt.aih nn
Fnelej s plnnta'.i' n, abont -five miles
from the city. No particulars were
'Obtainable.
The Enential Nature of Jleligion, by
Ficton, is the Uttst in the Humboldt
Library: TVtamre Island, by Kteven
son, and 6ir Percival, oy 8h rthouse,
jire the newest in the Lavall Library.
For aale at Muoalord'a.
The first snow storm of the reason
visited Memphis yesterday. It la-Ud
bat five mibuteit and melted the In-
tant it tjtuheil the ground, but it
was none the less a mow itorni, ol
which we are reag nb y (roud.
The following matrlage licensrs
; were iieued yesterday : Wm. Clayton
nd Ml-e Mary Mxh )0, Klbtirt AVUtto,
colored, and Mi Ladncia Abernrthy,
colored, Albert Wood aud Miaa Carrie
Koyal, U -orje Johnson, colored, and
Mies Maty Allen, colored.
The sale of Ilo'stoln citt'e at the
. Union fiioi k Yatds was not well at
tended on account of the disagreeable
weather, arid ony fl'leen head of cat-
- tie wereiipofej ol, and at vary low
ratee. The rain will be reaumed at 11
o'clock ttiia forenoon, and when the
aales are over the particalars as to
prices will be given lor publication.
0. II. Bureisa, a white man about
30 yeas of g, arrived hers yeater
! day, accompanied by his wife aud five
t children, en ronte to tiixty-fonr Mils
Siding, on the Chesapeake and Ohio
. Tailroad. Shortly af er his arrival he
. was errett d, charged with having
; stolen tao roais at unri, fllifS. Alter
a thornngh investigation of the facts
Chief Davis found no evidence to
justify the man's detention and re-
leased bun,
The Porter R'fles met last night
t their arrairy in Nashville and re.
organised. Tney reflected their old
offloeraand chotie TJnited Btstea Cin
sul Plutnacher, who is now on a visit
home, their honorary captain. New
and vary handsome anllorms were or
dered, and the old company that was
ioi many years the pride of Nashville,
is now r-dy ti compete with any ol
' the crack companies of Amtvics, They
will begin active driil w-rk at once,
and will probably enter the lists in the
ertat Washington Kncatnpment.
What are the Chicks going to dof
1 The Memphis and Charloston
i railroad's atlotaoys entered into an
agreement yerterday wiih the attorney
- of the Memphis, Biimingtiatn and At
lantia railroid 1 y vlrtne of which a
, temporary ctesa ton of boitilit'ea with
, respect to the Broadway track has
; been decided spin, pending the dis-
position of a motion to dirsolve an in-
junction ob'ainrd by the latt named
. company. It is agreed between the
iwocompacies that evr thing ihalj
remaia in aiatu qno nnm ine moll in
la disptsid f, sod in east of the dis
. solution of t e tt jane ion the Mum
phie, Birmli ghain and Atlint c is to
restore the trck nf the Memphis at.d
Charleston to I s f nmer condition.
Winter Hats,
I.atetta'id tautls imrstetylerf ha's
and h'nietiKt Ltvice's, OdJ Fe -Jows'
boilcii g.
PERSONAL.
R. W. VmnrmnM and Jam ft Bow
man tl New Yoik, a;e at the Pea
body. Wm. E JnnBti, general clilm afceot
cf the rt. LoaU and Iron Mountain
railrca I, i at the Peabody.
An elf gant reception will be given
tomorrow eveninir, at the rraiencA if
Mr. anil Mr. A. Kurr, in nor, or 01
Mies Al in DaMmne, of tt. Louis, the
gutet of Miss Kar.
AMUSEMENTS.
Talthral Heart.."
The fl'st Dreientatlon of this play
will take place at the New Memphis
Theater tonight, sod a large an lii-nce
will be there to decide Its late. A ir in
outline of the plot is sppendrd: The
fiist ect represents an apartment in a
country honre near Fontainebleau,
and introduces nearly all the clurac-
ters. inc adina some v eltnrs Irora
Paris, whose arrival ia distirgnisbed
by important iocidents, and has a
the keynote of which is struck ere the
curtala baa fallen npon a patbetio
plotors 01 tne heroine, whose scenes
have Included the recital of a dramatic
story and a love scene. In the second
act ths spectator is transported from
tha hsroa trar.auil home 10 all the
bustle 01 Du -loess lue in rans
anu ths office of I he loan
dry, in which his perplexities
and trials sre shown. Is the scene 01
the heroine's self sscriflce. Ths car-
tain fulls to words that suddIt an
epitome to the plot: "Go, faithful
cearti rne wona seems teigaeu
against ns. But with heavens's help
I'll trv to coroner vet I" The brll
liant atmosphere of a drawing room in
Paris succeeds tbs more prosaic
one of the foundry; the ladiea
are bavins an alter dinner coat, mo
noDollsed by one of their number, a
1 I . . 1 f . V. . nA1wt vkna
VIVMJIUUa Kilt VI IU. yriiiWf w uwre
conversation is fu l of "modern in
stance." This act presents a series
of scenes, now grave, now gay, an
loading up to a stormy climax, in
which the Heroine resents sn un
endurable insult and finds an un
locked for friend. In the fourth set
ws are once more at Fontainebleau,
this time in the girden of the hero's
horns, and, after a spirited defeat of
the machinations ol their enemies, a
highly emotional scene brings the
o av to a close, as "juaaeieine,"
Miss Forsyth is required to depict a
wii'e ranee of feeling, and every char
acter in tne drama has been carefully
considered, and calls into play the
vatied powers of her strong company,
CAST.
Andra Lafavri Mr. Frank bona
Jean turiol (a poet) Mr. Ilonry Holland
Harid CWu.t Mr. J. 11. Vim l'.triok
Wont. Hondan Durr W. Hnlntonh
(laruma ta eaikier). H...Chai. W.:Alliioo
Moniioui Nval ....Jocph Cooya 1
Harviint ..n...,..Uleo. W, Bt-wart
Luoilla Charon Mift Lilla Vans
Pauletli Auxpola Mlai Kthel Uraybrooka
Krnaitina ..Mrl. K. L. KarnaDdea
Mailaina Uuluo Um Viriinia 1 taorna
Mtdolalna .Mii KaU oriyth
Abbt-aalo of ajoala Tbla
Horuiata.
The sale of reserved seals for the
Emma Abbott opura nun begins this
muaainDr at the box c flics Of the Thea
ter. Ejima Abbott has won a wll
deserved popalarity in Memphis, an A
(here Is every evidence that sbe will
be greeted with crowded homei during
the week. Ths novelty of "Honest
Eruma" appearing aaxnm-Yum" in
The Mikado is creating a great deal of
interest, and much satisfaction is ex
pressed that ws sbsii at last hear the
musical beauties 01 mis opera delight
fully rendered. The costumes ossd by
the AbboX .oompany are described as
marvels of e'egnce in Japanese de
signs, extending both to the chorus
and principals, and its production in
the hands ol such competent artijts
will be a source of delight and pless
nre on Monday and Saturday even
inta. Luor(to Borgia, and Crwptns
and (id Fairy, m the two operas never
produced bere, and both will be ele-
fsntly produced. Luoretia Borgia,
hough of a tragic nature, contains the
moat delicious melodies and grand
er as ever written, and in ths title role
Emma Abhntt hai made a grr at sue-
cm. vumri of aomtmndy, Bohemian
Girl, Fauit snd Martha complete a de-
ugu'im series 01 operas to bs given
aunng tne wees.
TKANSFEHS.
fiallie F. Ilarris to L. P. Oooner, lots
5, 6 and 7, of Dixon's euM vision,
each having a f ront of 60 f t by a
denth of 150 f- e', for the sum of $(100.
James II. U arke, colored, for love
ana aiicuon snd the sum ol fo4, con
veys l.is entire itit.ireet in the giocery
et ck and fixtures in the Anclii r Line
bnildir-g, sou h s d Beale s'reet to his
wur, ijihu ai. uiarie, colored.
J. F. I'ettiohy to A. HaUhe't, to se
cure T It TllrlrV inhanm n( 17nft
the west 20 foet rf lot 13, Allen l&
xjuuury B null ji viKlon,
DyeluK aud Cleaning.
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves.
natrlxk t. thm 1... .H. u
..U...V.. .i. nuu leu. vuriKiim I
ionis rteigei, o detierson street, Metu
phis, Tenn. Goods received by express.
The Unde'a Dilemma.
The impecunious dude takes his
sweetheart into a re'taurant.
"Why, George, here's pheasant I
should so like to eat pheasant. Let
ns have some pheasant."
Pheasant being $1 60, George Imme
diately finds some polite and touching
reafon why she should not eat pheas
ant, or tells her it's only on the bill of
fate. It isn't even in there in this
country, bat that doesn't make any
dlff-rer cstotbij story. The hoodlum
and his girl got Into the restaurant.
8he waata pl easant.
"Pheasant I" ejaculates the young
man,
'Tiay, dontchew knsw wot them IsT
They's b'guern shonse. Yon couldn't
eat them in a week. Teay, give ns
same coffee an' pie and Ko Ko Tnlal"
Lcsdbohu's perfume, Edenis
Lundborg's perfume, Marchal Nile
Boss.
Luadborg's perfume, Alpine Violet.
I.nrU'l hfiro'. n.Hnmal.ll. . u
" - r-'""", u. turn
Valley.
A Urnggura liter.
Mr. Iaaac C. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes ns: "1 have
for the past tea years sold several
gross e( 1. Wiliium Iiall s Balsam for
the Lungs, I caa say of it what I
cannot aay ol any other medicine, I
have never heard a customer sneak of
it but to praise its virtues in ths hlirh-
est manner, I tave itvommended it
in a greet many case' of whooping
uuuko, who me happiest enecta. j.
have used it in my owe family for
many years; in fact, always haves
twtde in the medicine closet feady for
use."
aWal.wiiu. Vmrmu.
PKItPARK roB FWIODS.
Fount!at:oi a, cellar walls and bnild
ipgssnhjet'tt ioeifl,iw should be C'n
st. uctd with Louisville Cement. It is
the standard. I
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALTHURSDAY,
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
PralMMly Hotel.
C. B. OALLO AV k CO P.nrmrroaa
tl'e i J ana u par aay i.wn'ni u
11a and location of room (jaoial
mada rat..
ft Vl.fin. Tuna f. Tlnranv. Tann
MFWrnaa. NY F K u. ier. Ark
H II aril-eli. Ark A Dec er, T tin
J II hte a hen i Pa Wo Ilayn, Ark
W ir.ru.,...,,. Tn J A lli.i . Ark
J VV Keo.ee, Ark 0 Fitxarald, renn
J Barkit, Mm n nn 1 1 itoi
M Kn.ler. lenn V Bel .1 b, unto
MUikait, Oho J It ally. Ohio
I. MmIIum.. (Ihia M a 11 tlaut. Ohil
K II Cole, T.nn 11 W Mu.r. P-
It K orir, t J t. antm, rt 1
W O An irewi, Ky W 1, rUaatner, Va
RM.rmiioli TauB W A Ku h, "j 0
PPK.I t.Xi F W Uuval. Tenn
K A Maker Ky Mi l Kn,ber, Ark
(I L Kly, Hi nr. rvae. hi
W It June., Mo M B Maiki. N T
J el .tor. NT B A Nel.un, Pa
THarn.nk, Pa F J Jmeph, Ky
11 11 MoUabel. La W B J"nei, Mill
UUJonai, Miu 1) Koidinr. HI
A N Collier, Tona F F Con. or, Ohio
r 11 , , t , UA rp I . n n H Ma
A KPr.air. Tcnn j w nouintiaKedw.iij
J F KeMiunt. Miu W MnWillia, Miu
5 C Kyle, Win F 8 Hrruxi, aii'S
I John.on, Mm W b 1 ai.ropfon, bo
1 C Kennedy A. Mo 11 L Stanton. Ohio
F S Woolridre, N Y Jn Bowina-, N X
K W Fe-aa.on, HI J Burkitl, Ala
W U Flynn, Ky B A Wil.on. Pa
K L Tola, MaM C F Loekhart, Mo
WBJonai, Mill B Ruffin, Tenn
WS Moore. T.nn ao Iessi, Tana
Arthur Btaka. lenn 8 0 Chanoler, Tens
w u Ala J W Johnian. N I
J Anderion, NY A Armttranf , Tax
u ouir, ai.,
DaiS)y'e Baroateaua Hll.
Corner of Adama and Main itraeti. Roomi,
two. 7oiand H ar dayi Am.rtoan rian
a. Amw Kir.t niaa. Raataurant In thl
ataurant in tha
Ttnt.i j.M. DUFFY (10 yean with Pea-
bod Hotel), proprietor.
J Boon, Tana W h Hit-hell. Tana
J Bewail, la 9 .! .
r i Ualdwell, lena v nnarvou, nn.
Jl V Wh
Miller,
F ft all
J 'I hurm
0 Geodra
R B MoK
0 0 Leonard, Tana
ir, voio
ala. Ala
ABUonon, 111
A Oobb. Tann
i 'I hurmond, Tana
if a U.Ju Mn O (.and man. ai til
JRKaarney, Tana KB McKinney, Mill
H H.rdaa. no
0 W MoKnlikt, Mias J h Campbell. Ark
J Board. Tenn. AMoAbiy, Miu
J A Nt.bett, Ark J W btepbanion, ft
Mill
J K Graan. Mm
J T romo on. lean
8 A Braaaa. Tenn
L J Hauier, N 0
W J Miller, Tann
T L Franoh. Mieh
W T Media, Ark
R R Connors Pa
R M Ball, Mo
W M Bennett. Ark
0 J Waller, Ala -R
J Dunn, Ark
II J Warner, Mill
Q H Taylor, Ky
R R Fielden, Tann
J M Roberlion, Mill
a F Morrii, Ark
A Goodrich, Ark
0 M Williami. Ind
A M Moora, Tex
O M Cooper, Tax
W A Pool, Mo
0 W Hon, Ark
H L Bparki, Mill
TFKinf, Ala
P L Mehan, Ark
W M llarbar, Okis
J M Taylor, Ky
II Barker, Miu
A A Penny. Tenn
C WOunnlis!
h.m.Ark H J Davii, Mieh
Y H CJIark, lenn
C H Kerr, II, Teon
F i Caldwell, lena
K H Cbai-l-i. Ill
J It Bibb, Tenn
8 Nathani, (la
J M Lamott, Ark
R L Borne, Ky
W B Adami, Mo
J U Towner, aila
W li Mitohell, Tana
C J lie I, Tenn
C L htioknuy, 8 0
d W Htewart, M I
W Bell, Tann
II L Lutnkey.NY
WTliuiiey, Tax
R It Ailaun, Mo
Uaatan's IIete-1.
W. H. BINGHAM Maaaasa.
European plan. Knlarfed and refarnlihad
Prioei aoeordlna to ina ana loca
tion of roomi.
?B Ilandon, Mo 3d Ilendon, Mo
li Wearer Af, Tena 0 II (laylord. Ark
Mn H Uailord, Mlob Mm A I. Kx, JUinh
Mn B A Wynne, Ark R I Crenrhaw, Ark
MiraM Orennhaw, Ark J Kvani, Ark
J o Foley, NY W L 4raham. Teen
R Muhlit. N V ft 8 Pennalt Aw. Ia
Miu N Bennett, Ia Dli Kennedy Aw, Mo
F A Hiioinoni. la u K Miinmon.. la
inure, Ia II Bennett, Ia
OLUw'i, Ark T W rjuiith, Miu
Mr. L Lawii, Ark W H n, Mn
l)r0 A liuuom.Tinn w It Hnl.rts, Ky
CHMjan.Tean W O Collier, T.na
A R Brasi , Ark J Waed .n, Ar
R B Owen. Mm J N ralmon. Tenn
MM. ekl.Tea H O Weil, Ark
J B Filler. Tann K K Bod, Tenn
Mini A Kuton, Tenn J M Oweni. Ga
W Crofiord, Tana BBC ryell, Tex
J R Brady, Tex J B McKea, Ark
W J Yatei, Tons W M Kell. r, Tena
j UCrwtae, Miu M8J JliHen Va
Miri K R Martio, Va j F Wa'ren, Tana
H Lul.k.r, Ark W K Fliher, Mi s
KKJooe", Mi.i . B M MeUehae, Ark
RZMaion, NY T L Manin, Tena
R-vAMKIlran.nn.Ak 10 Knoii. Ill
IW Mitohell, Tana
w M Taylor, Ark
J O Alierion, mm
W FBrar. Ml..
W u Cooke. Mias
A L MoCormiok, Mill
0 I. Jnnei, Mlm
JK Waddy.Taa
1 euniriD. jmi.i
an a J MrPaaka. Ml..
DrlM Leraett.Teaa K M Mm.ion.S0 ExCo
M H Waiiinger Mill
H Mabarc, Mill
Li tie, Ky
A Plummer, Ark
3 Uollaway. Mill
SO Unwell, Miu
O All.innnrfa. Ml.a
H B Cullon, Tena
() A Bmlth, Mi'i
RChee haia. Tena
W A Coble, Mill
3 0 Arnold, Miu
H Goodman. Mill
J A Maushter, Tenn
JP Paaulea.wAe.TannT Bulile.n. Tena
II Parkijr, Tann H P.rki 2d jr. Tena
F Men.iei, Tena C H Ferrell, Tana
W L Ruinei, Mi-I E Horn, Mill
LB MoFaxlandAwTenC H llaisht, Tina
T i FllppiB,lsnn.
. PrialdjIIoner,
(Formerly ( ommerolal Hotel.)
Cor. Front and JerT.ron Ht. , Mamphii.Taao
J. u. rmuor, rrop r, r Kicbmond, Va
Transient rate., II 60 to tl per day.
J R Tiylnr, Ark B W Bennett, Ark
ltd Farmer, Ky W L 8'oTall, T. nn
J D Dauiel Aw, Tex II 0 MoCord, Trx
0 W Armlitead, Tlx T 8 Hellaia, Ar
il B Lylea, Tenn W H Horn-by, Tena
J A Roberta, Tena T J fcbellon, jr, Tea
Kbelton, Tenn J D Veaaery, Tenn
F Coul-on, Tann J Hen-man. Ind
MiM L rhom.a, Ala 1m K Blaai, Ala
J W I) an, Mini J J Harry, Torn
R A F euilng. Mill H W w ilaon. Min
J C C001 er, M 6 W Ilarri on, Ark
11 B ttot, Ark J Hnihea, Ark
T ConroT. Tann I) M Dm o. Tann
RP. Glenn, Ark J K Cunningham, Tex
11 11 nowian, misi j 11 rmilipi, Miu
bCox. lod H Turner, lenn
A J Vincent, Ind R II Hunt 4w, Mill
11 n iiianeiuure, renn a v wr-, loi n
WBKeirr. Ark B B E kridie. A.k
J J W illi ma, Miu H A Wa.tbro 'k, Tann
W L Wright, Mill ' J A Wea.nn, Ky
J W l'etme, Ala Mr. I, A Wnnht.Tonn
mn nurrowa, lenn tin nieray. Mm
FJ Moore, Ala W Hnn.tnu Aw, Tann
a a iriiiti aw, mo J n rvigni, Arx
JR Sweat. Ark.
The Hew Uayoao,
FARRINGTON, STEWART A WHITE,
PeopatnTOU.
Cits. G. Roth Manaxer.
Rataa til 60 to $4 per ray, according to laoa-
uon 01 roomi.
D II Roian. Mls A Dean. Mia.
C P Noble. Man 0 W Huntington. Mall
riUL.uooin.ou, Mill w u (Jo emao. Tonn
L h.ker. Mo F C Leake, Jr, Va
PPet'UI. DO R II Mltnhall. T.na
a van neei, noitana u n via, mina
yh Uurlry,wAo,MuiC Griffin, Kai
Callom, Mo TT Merrill, Mail
OKVy,r, Maaa WJ Bunch, Tenn
C Willi. mi, Tenn T M Hibiey, Miai
B Kmery, Miaa C K Jamiaoa, Miu
IW8impaon,Ky 0 T Palmer, Ohio
W D Crane. Maa. T H Phillip., Ala
U A Flanden. Ark J Ormaby, Ark
It K Kennee. Ill J Drake. Ohio
V FHwilt.Ohia 8 J Klilott. Mln
J W Thome, Min II 0 Vann Aw, Tena
Mlaa G Hank. Tann I) J li.nka. T.nn
AG Klmbrouah.Xenn W Jaoubi, III
H T Uarrii, Mo M Knenberger, I. a
JFCarr, NY K 0 VanDenip k( M Y
UUJnn.l. Mill Mlaa Nenoe, Tena
Mlaa rhft.tham. T.nn J Hnhln.nn. H H
T W Timer, 8 0 O M buehanan, Mill
Aaron Dean, Wtai Mii 1 F Dean, Mill
Miai R Dean, MI11 8 Kirkmaa, Ala
M II lion ton Sid FKIIa.-n.Va
N H Cl.rton, Md R O'borno. Tenn '
L F Meele, Tenn P Vandawaar. Mill
flarn W Head, Tex R f Hunting, Miu
R F Bunting, lena B F Hloka. Ky
Matt Ooen, NY PA Orr, Tena
Mr. Gikion, Ark Mlaa Qibaon, Ark
11 J Andrawi, Tena 3 B Uaila. La
Davli. La Proota. Mlaa
ilanrnek. T.na 1. H Mi... Ml..
T Rand lpk, 111 N D Martin. Ohio
n pcou, i-a ita wi oox. 111
K J Pratt, III B W Underwood, Miu
S H WHIiaire, Mlaa JO Clarke, fena.
AUD1TUNAL H1VK1LS.
OlNOINMATI. O. NnmhAr 17 MIV,
River 6 feet fi inrtiria
snd rising. Weather colder and turn
ing.
Oaibo. III.. NovemW IT NloV,
River 4 feet S Inrhaa nn tha nnn nA
rising. Weather cloudy and cold. No
arrivals or departures of regular pack
eta. LoOIfrVllJ.n Kt . Nnnmliai 17
Nlirht Kiver riaino lth n (ami ii
inchfS in the canwl and 1 fojt 9 Inchet
on the full. Wiatter cold, with
steady rain. BuMnets dull.
St. Loma. Mo . Nnvamlur 17 VIM
Kiver falin 8 10 feet, and rtands
6 610 f et on the BatHfe. Waather
cloudy and cot.1, w th alight flurries
1 1 mow. Arrived: Wyoming and
Arkansas City, Vick; burg.
Jingle.JinglcSilverDo'.iar,
t
Bustle and Crack, 0! Vreclouu
Grceiibact.
Lo k ttlso To Jhe Lime That
Grows in Time,
AcdBeWise With The Penny
Bat Not Tenii y wise.
THE DOItLAR-Tbat'swhat we
all strive. for. 'nave we many or
have we few, we arc all tryipg to get
more. In trade, in' all, branches of
business,' in the professional ' walks
of life, the great aim is to secure
money.
MONEY l-Yes, we are' all striv
ing for it ' Cut wttea we'getit, do
we all use it wisely7 ' i
' 4 i r
One way to sate money ia to buy
your Clothing at the Mis.fjt Cloth
ino Parlors,. 262. Second street.
''. , I ' t V '' at "
The way' to spend yodr money
wiseley is to buy Custom-Made
Clothing when you can get it at least
30 per cent, cheaper than you can
buy ready-made, r '
When offered a good suit at the
same price you have to pay for a
very ordinary suit, isn't it wisdom to
take the good suit? , This is the ad
vantage of buying' at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 262 Seoond St,
YOU AND THE TAILOR
One reason why the tailor has to
make prioes so1 high is .because he
meets with so many losses, The pa
trons 'of the Mibt Clothing Par
lors put into (heir pockets what
the tailors lose. , , .
30 per Cent, feated in Suits,
40 per cent. Sated in Pants,
S3 per cent. Saved in Overcoats
Money Saved in Everything.
We Lighten lour Cares by Making
Prioes Light
Be as anxious to Save as yon are
to Make, and Buy at the
MISFIT
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opt. Coart Square, Memphis, Teun
N.B.Iteuiomber.'all alterations to
insure a Perfeot Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE, by First-olass Tailors
in our Parlors.
Open evenings until 9 ; Saturdays,
until 11.
LOCAL NOTICES.
P. M. 8tani.it, tuneral director and
embalmer, 65 Madieon street
Da. E. E. Boxlington, surgeon
dentist, 80 mala, ' xeiepbone 768.
Miss Oabbik li. ' Ksatimo, pianist,
may oe ionna si inn usyoso Hotel.
Lovelt orange blossoms for brides'
dresses at the women s Exchange.
AO OO. S. Uinson, dentist No.
279 Man street. E. B lnr assistant
Call aod get a new set of teeth for $6.
Q. W. M illm & Co., Paten Asbestos
Fire Proof Hoofers. For durability,
equaled by ncno. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and (.ravel roofa. So. 66
Madison itrett.
Tns flarbal Chill Cure, the best
tonic ami acti-r.r.rtdio known. A oartmn
and iura eorc ..r oMlls. Prioall rwr bot
tla. Hani ststui'j for circi!ur. Any mf
arinca sixan. 4dilrn. Jolin 0. Kuckor,
Lvnnhbiiri, V. f, .
Thboat Dibeaubs commence with a
rough, cold or sore throat. Brown's
Bronchial Tr. ches give immediate re
lief. Bold only in boits. Price 25
cents. ;ft
Why do you pay $26 or $30 for
ready made sni's when you can go to
Ls Kosenstein A Bros , 2o8 Main s reet
and 18 Jefferson ttreet, and have a
suit made to order. A fit guaran
teed. Tub question of a proper food for
infants interests all motheis; espe
cially those unnble to nurse their off
spring. Mellin's Food po;sBses all
the requisites as a substitute for
mothers' mlU. and is hishlv com
mended by the medical faculty of both
Europe and America.
Ths "Exposition Unlverselle de'Part
Culinaire" awarded the highest hon
ors to Angostura Bitters as the most
efflccious stimulant to excite the ap
petite and to keep the digestive or
gans in good order. Ask for the gen
uine article, manufactured only by
Dr. J. O. B. Siegert & Sons, and be
ware of imitations.
Pbbhaps no local disease has puzzled
and batlied the medical profession
more than natal oatanh. While not
immediately fatal it is among the m st
oisLwfelng, nauseous ana ditgustirg
ills the flcsb fe heir tJ. and the records
show very few or no ewes of radi al
cores cf chronic cstirrh by any of ths
multitude of modes of treatment until
the introduc ion of Kly's Cream Balm
a lew years sgo. ins success oi mis
preparation has been most gratifying
and surprising.
"Thb Goes Beef Tonic of the Liebig
Co., combined as it is with Ooca,
quinine aod iron, forms a most valua
ble adjunct to the prac ice of medi
cine. From the experience we have
had with it we are forced to speik in
favor of it. and to recommend i's use.
Beef, iron and onlnloe cannot b stir-
passed by snv other three ingredients
in or out of the dispensatory, f jr in-
vigwating an enfetbled systam, ana
wrien snch remedies cin bs obtained
combmed, from so reliable a house as
L'e lg'ii, it behooves the profess on to
patri n se the same tn re luliesi ex
ete t" - Prof C. H. Wilkinton, if D.,
Eitilor Meiliail and burgicil Becord.
THIS PAPER
to mi til In ttiff1si slmTnhCa-
f tit U9 MwiPT Adwt
r i ia ii., Iiamsr ji iffiK'T a Mawi
NOVEMBEIt 18, 1886.
JAMVH C. ItJhLL, I're-ldcnt.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nob. 2E0 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN..
-WISOLES1X12-
MANUFACTURERS MID JOBBERS .
t2 y
SADDLEUY HAUBWABi: AXD LEATMEit.
9 SPECIAL PBICE8 tc Railroad anc Levee Coatractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Haruegs.
ZELLNEE & GO
OUR SOLID BARGAINS
Have attracted treat erawda
darlaa the pat week; aaanj have
t had the chase t avail thena
elTU ! thM tcrapllsa arleea,
ad for their heaeflt wa will eoa.
Uaat the followlac baraalaa
ANOTHER WEEK.
A LOT or Child's Button Bhoaa, Haal
and Sprios Baal, itroag and sab
lUntlal, best Philadelphia makes,
small siies raduoad from $1.60 to 75.
A LOT of Child'! Batton Shoes, Calf and
Pebble Goat, sltei 8 tolOX. reduoed
from 11.60 to 91.00.
SO pairs Pebble Qraia Solar-tip Sprint
Heat Batton Bhoei. iliet Ito 10K. n
duoed fram H.60 to II OS.
MO pairs Mlue' Pebble Grain Spring
Heal. Solar-tip Button Shoes, liieell
to 2, reduoed from 12.00 to tl.SO.
SOO pairs lame kind, with heels, re
duoed from 12.00 to tl SO.
lOO pairs Youths' Calf and Grata But
ton Shoai, nloaasd itrooi, fully worth
$2.25, slisi 11 to 2, reduoed to fl.ea.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
Wa will sell our Ladiei' $2.50 Cur Kid
But'on Shoes, worked buttonhole!, latait
style ihapes, pointed to and high heel
and oommoa sense to and low heels,
very pair warranted, tor th low prioe
of l.f5.
Our Men's $3.00 Bhoei are the but In
the land. They are mad af genuine
calf akin, with leam'eiiTainp, well fin
ished and perfeot Stung. We aarrant
very pair.
Ever' thing Excellent In Footwear, at
prioea LOWER than elsewhere.
ZEI,TTt A CO.
SOO MAIN 8TKEET.
ISevllvd Crabs, Sbrimp,
Salmon, Freeh Can Ilaekerel,
Sardine, liObatera,
Brook Tront, Oyatera,
Mackerel In Tomato Cataap,
Sweet Staffed Pick lea.
Soar Pickle by the gal. and In Jars,
Pickled Onion, Hot Bellah,
Weoiter Banco, Tomato Oatsnp,
Caper, Haatard, Carry Powder,
Salad Dresalna, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Ch'sse, Celery Sance,
Celery t, Kte., Ete.
J. F. BUCKHAM fe CO
Re KUPFERSCHMIDT.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IB
QanH, AmmnnllloD, Fishing Tackle
and Nportatuens' isnpplles.
W H0LKHALK AND RKTAIL.
234 Main Ntreet, Siempnla, Tenm
Manafaotnring and Rma'Hnirif nni a
Bpeolalty. Larggit Stock. Bestaaiortment.
Frank Schmuann,
Importer and Dealer la
Clans, rieblna Tacklo and B porta.
snem's Bnpplles. say Bpolal attantioi
glTan to MANUFACTURING and KB-
PATRTNa. -u
413 Navln MtMMeiiiiblsu Tens
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
ImporUn and dealers In Sana. Inna.
Ulon and flahlag Tackla, Mallder'
Hard warn, Klralrl Blla and An
nanclatarator Hotali and Realdenoei.SSS
Main atrxet, Maaiphta, Tnn. Kleotrlt
uppllei alwan oa band. Rapalrtna aaatlf
J. F. I10L8T & BH0.
(sncCBSSOBS TO . H. HOUST a &BO.
Funeral Directors.
HAVI BKMOTKD TO
lo. SMI SECOND ST MEMPHIS.
AJULL and eomplat stook of Wood and
Matallla Juu aail Cuk,u. Olnth-Oa.
5 red Caakatiand Burial Rob alwayioa
and. aar Order! kv aalaaranb promptly
S'4.
Pennyroyal Pills.
CHItirlMTKH'S EKS1ISH "
The Mrla-lnal aad Onl Uonnln.
Sal and aiwayi Rallabl. Bawareof wort I.
Ir-Imitation!. Indinpeniableto t 111 KM,
srst-,"i osv uv 4vOr.v.'-Afrm.
yonr iiragalat tor " vnMnairi
l aali Ult 00 other, or inalose it
(iUmp) to m for partloulari ts Latvia by
rolara mnll. PAPKM. Chi.
rk)aivr bnmlcal Co.,
axis SiiIImi kaars Phllada., Vv
TkAliB0ppi by E0. 0. OODWU
hole slaAgcBU iMlia, Haas ,
If.
-or
arnesso
UmMk.9JA JaAVkaQ
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
NO. 7 MADISON STREET. ;
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : t : t t $100,00
Zntereatt Paid on 3Dxoaaltaa.
OPES ATCBDATB CBHIL 7 O'CLOCK P.M.
M. D. KaTZEHBERGEB, President.
BOABD OF
NAPOLEON HILL,
W. H. CARROLL.
JOHN A. DKNIK.
J. W. HflHOKR,
EDWARD MOON & OO,
mmmm
fllVlluOIUIxl
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
WOH. 8 and 10 UIVIOW HTBEKT. ... If FfflTPffllH, TEMW.
JOSEPH BCGARMAH.
FADER, FRANK & CO.
CoM MofsIob Grocers
204 Front Street, Opposite Tnafoin llowwft.
R.L.COCHRAN &Co
AW AMU PLASUe-SILL, FATT.TJ
ISsors, Sasb9 Blinds, Molding, Ln2
Lath ud Shingles, flooring, Ceiling and CeiarPttSa,
P. 8. ALSTON.
ALSTON. M1URY & CO.
And Commission Merchant" Hay, Cora, Oat, Bran, Chop Feed, 011-Meal,
. Lime, Cement, Plaster, Bnlldlos; and Fire Brick, Ete.
Cor. Front and Union. 1 Howard Row, Memphis.
Ffllmer.fliorDto
Cotton Factors, Yholesale Grocery
Ho. 80 Front aitreet. t Sfemphia, Teas?
MANHATTAN SAVINGS II
AND TRUST COMPANY.
BOABD OF TJHT7BTX1G18.
WNJ'Pli'KWit MICHAEL OAVIN, J. O. HANDWIRKWl
M H hSkVKK, TI10MA8 B0VI.B DAVID P. UADDKN.
itflS iSXXv. JOHN W. COCHRAN, JAMBS A. 0MBKRU.
RENKERT. 60L C0LEMA1I, BWD. WOLDHMITH.I
JAM KB 8. K0B1N80N. flAKDWId PKRKfl.
awDapoijti raoaiTtd in snmi of tl and apward, and laWrut allowad oa lam 8ath
annually.
sar W bar aid sail looal Inroitment Bonds and Saoorltlei ranerallr, pay taxal, aetas
traitoei, aod, ia sanaral, Moat any finanolai baiinaii raqalrins a iwta and raiponilbla
aaant.
aar w iaia drafts, in soni to inlt pnrehaaars, on all parts of Knrop.
-W.h.T. aoommodion Vault for th depoilt of Taluablai, which Is at th aarrlo al
oar ouitom.n, Frw of VUmrg. .
D. P. HIDDEN, President. EWD. G0LOS3UTH, Tlce-Prealdeat.
JAMRN NATHAN, raaalar.
D. W. FLY,
tat oi Commaros, Ml".
F. B. HBRKUN.
Lata of OoffaariU. MUs.
PLY, HERRON & HOBSOrJ
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Cotton Factors and Commission merchants
324 Front Street1 rMemPhlg" Tenn.
OBiwr-
OF XEXPHIS--A SAFE DEPOSIT, TRUST C0.-AND
Ao.4J MADMOJI STKEET, MEMPHIS, TEJM.
orrioBRBi
B. BCDLET rB4THFl,Prldant. W. a. WII.KRRjanit, !-PralleaM.
U. J. BLAVfeS latalar. I,R 4IKIFF1MU, Tellar.
KOAKD OF DIKECrOBS.
WT Tt RmvT T 1 irtor.wr
B.
. ti aaw, mm. vvua. nullum
ATIHOa KBPEC1AU.T SJOLICITKD.
THIS INSTITUTION B AUTHORIZED UNDBR THB LAWS Of TI5NKS8EB i
To do a OananU Baakiaa laihass. Dlioonnt Parer, eto. To Bn and Ball Stocks, Bonds and
Looal Saoaritlea. To RalTa Iapo.lt and par INTEREST th.raoo. To Inveit in SoouritUs
tot Bitataa, Mmon, Trojtae;, and other.. To sot a Trmta. Admlolitrator, Eiaentor or
Guardian, (ma aa an Irdirldail. To aot as hooalrar for Corporationi, LittanU, and la
all eaau of Trn.t. To Sny and Sell Eichanre. Alio, hare a Safe Depit Vault, wherla'
Valaable, of kind, an be laialy kapt. A Dapoaitory ot (h Stat of Tenne.ieS.
"i1''ll Attention Paid -o Collation.. P.tron.ra WpT-t)nlly Blmited.-M
(HUVVEHSOBa TOS.L 1.KU), JOBBEM OP
Cig-arsand Tobacco
273 Main Street. Oip. Court gqaeire, Memphis, Tenn.
Fa MJEYEU, Pec'j audTreaa.
Collars.
J. KATZEN BEBGES. Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
A. COHEN,
T. V. TOBIN.
J. h. Bieooi,
A.B. MEVKKfl.
ivl
RflCDPUAMTC-
iLiiuiirimit
BENBTFRAHK. JOSEPH.FADB
mm.
H. H . HAEBYi .
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SAM HOB80N.
LaU of Brooks, Nealy a O.
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