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R1M0AD USE TABLE.
rhewirkMil Oblo Ronte Train!
Bore a. tollowi: Kelt lint laei at:SI
a.m. I bt. Loom fi lino leevea t B: W
IB. Fait line arrival t p.m.: Hu
ooil faat Hne arrival t 1 :W a.m.
Mlaalaalnpl an Teu .Train
BOT. m lollomi iiewOrleani mail arrival
daily t SHale.m.l leavM daily at ft:(IO p. an.
Eardi a.oonmodtion rriyi dailya!):.!
am i learei daily at : P Local
freight arrive, daily (eioept Pundaj) .1 8:l
em. I learei daily (eaeept Sunday) at 6:15
a n. Mail traiM do, Bat itop at Bag ata.
tiom. nor Whitehaven, Horn Laka, Noabit
'MiLT'ippI TallryRoaM (I.. H. O.
nit 1. Ky.j I rami on this road ran u fol
low!: Urloari ta-t mall, dally, leevei
at 4:30 P.I
lara at.:
16a.m. New Orleani Lit mail,
..ii,. arrival a 19:10 a.m.! Viokiburs ax
liroea, daily, arriv.a etf:f P.m.
Lnaiaiill and Biaehrille Train!
mora aa tollowi i fart mail arrival daily at
8:15 a.m. t leave, at 1U:10 p.m. t mall leevei
daily at 10:10 arrive! ;at i:UU P.m.
Brownsville aeoommodatlom leave! daily'
eaoepinnday, at 6:0 p.m.) arrival daily,
enpentdundet. at! Ma.m. (itandardtimel.
Halt ftoaw-etanaw :it,HprlMB
field nndlleinplilii) Tralm leave M.and
T. dapot aa foLowit No. I, Kaniai City ei
rreri, laaTM at 10:46 a.m. I No. 8, Kernel
City eipreaa, arriTaa at 80 p.m. No. 3.
Kamai City mail, leave. at:00p.m. I No. 1,
Kaniai City mail, arrival at 1:46 a.m. No.
S. St. I.nuii and Chisaco zDrait. leaves at
6 .00 p.m. I Na. l.bt. Loota and Cibioaaoax
praai, arrWai tliiBk.m. I offoot Sunday,
April 1H. im.
enaphia and Onnrleaton Trelal
mora aa follow! t Through eipreal leevei
daily at 10:00 p.m. Mall ana ezpreil laarai
daily at 10:00 a m. Bouiervlllo aooommoda
tlon leavea dally, eseept Sunday, at 4 :40
p.m. Throat b expreii arrives daily at 5:85
a.m. Mall and axpraal arriroi daily at 1C M
p.m, Bomervllle accommodation arrives
daily, axoapt Bnnday. at !:u a.m.
aaeawBlila, isiranlnabain and Allan
n . i - u ...i-u nni. T.kI n mora aa
follow! No. ileaves. Memphis dally at Silo
r-.B.f. arrives at Holly Bprlngi i at 5 :M v.m.t
Mo. I leaves Holly Springs daily at :00
.a.m. t arrives at Memphis at lOilOa.m. I No.
laaraa Memphis daily at T :U p.m., arrival
at dolly Borings at 11:41 P.m.l No.Bleaves
Holly springs dally at t:U a.m., arrival at
Memphis at 8:4b a.m.
aeennbla and Utile) Hock.-Tralnl
Tjiova aa follow! (eantral standard timeli
No. 1 loaves daily at t:2o p.m.i arrives at
:24 p.m. No. 8 laavai at 5:66 a.m. I arrives
at 146 a.m. No. 8 (freight) laavai Hopeeld
dallv (axo.pt Bnnday) ai 8:20 a.m. I arrival
at 8:30 p.m.
THE WEATHER.
Indlratloaa.
For Alabama, Wmuippi and Tennet
tea Light rainti followed by fair, oold
ar weather; winds ihifling to wutrrly.
For Arkansas: Light rains; fol
lowed by fair, colder weather ; winds shift
ing to northwesterly.
eteorwloiclcal Bpor.
Time. Br. Ther. Wind. W'ta'r
7:00 .ra.29.7(2 02.0 S. Cloud.
8:00 p.m. 29.708 73.0 8. Olond.
10:00 p.m 21). (IRQ 72.0 a Oload.
Minimum temperature, 68.
Osnne, 11 .m., 2.
Rainfall. 3,2l.
CITY NEWS.
The public market hours changed
Tfnterilay mornina, lh hours now
belDg hum o'clock p.m. until night.'
Frank Morri?, the thlet, letlaet
night (or St. L iqIb, to engage In
wrestling mutch with Charles Galla
gher. Several negroes jumped on Con
tractor John Miurpe. colored, on the
levee yesterday and braised him up a
little.
Henry Beard, arrested by the po
lice ior stealing $40 from Fat Ferry,
will be tried by Jastloe Powel Thurs
day. The cat ot the Rtata vs. Tred
Davis, colored, ebaried with horee
stealing, again occupied the . time 1
tne court yeeieruay.
Charles Smith, a tough negro, was
arrested yesterday evening by Ollcer
Lee for asraalting the carpenter of the
James Lee with a knife.
Suitable buildings for storehouses
are in demand on Main street, and
difficalt to obtain. A dcian new stores
would rapidly fina tenants.
The Kansas City Railroad Com
pany, appreciating the necessity of
snch action, have placed a flagman at
the crossing on Mississippi avenue.
Yesterday afternoon a lot of shelv
ing fell at the ot'.ra of J, G. Duntss 4
Co., No. 00 rWond street and da.
stroyed about $00 worth of floe bot
tled ro da.
A colored man named Charles
Lewis was bmind over to the Criminal
Court by J ml ice Powel for shooting
Genrgie Burrell, colored, inflicting a
slight flesh wound in the right arm.
Alfred Miion, a negro, charged
with stealing a flue s lvr watch from
Conductor Hostetterof the Chesapeake
and Ohio r.iiruad, wad brought before
Justice Powel yes'eiday. Owing to
the absence from the ciiy of Mr. Jlos
tetter the can" was coi.tlnued for a
few days. Alfred, like all othtraol
his ilk, says that he found the watch.
Marripgn licnnse wete iesutd yes
terdav to '1'. K. Moore and Mrn. Joan
na Gr'ngg, B. F. Moyrrs and Mies Fan
nie Cainpe, John J. Zimmerman and
Mies Kate Hennessey, James Burin
and Mies Sarah Luter, Louis Orstto
and Miss Julia Lucnna, Wm. Ripley
and Miss Fannis Heer, B;b Jonee,
colored, and Mies Lucy Dillsrd, col
ored. A terlous accident occurred on
'Judge Galloway's place, in the
E irhteenlh District, on Sunday after
noon. The rain loosened the founda
tion of a negio cabin, and the house
fell in, cauaiiig the death of Tom
Brooms, colored, and an Infant daugh
ter ot Alex Johnson. Johnson's wife
was also slightly icjursd. Inquest by
Justice Pope, and verdict as above.
A charter was filed In the Regis
ter's ofBcs yesterday, with the follow
ing incorpora'ors, G. Bryant, D. L. F.
W. Banks, J. F. Norrio, James Bacon,
3, 11. Carter and D. L. ilndgss, styled
the Negro Protective Union, for the
advancement of the nep.ro race in the
way of morals social, financial, intel
lectual and political in ereets and for
the further purpore of doing a general
mercantile and profetsictuT business.
Charles Lewis, a negro, charged
with carrying concealed weapons and
shooting wild intent to kill, will bs
tried this morning before Justice
Powel. At a dance late Saturday
night in the northern part of the city
Charles shot at his wife. The bullet
aniseed his better half but found
lodgment in the left arm of another
iusy damsel who goes by the name
of Georgia liurrell.
A row between negroes returning
home from Miainphts occurred Satur
day evening at llitidman's bridge,
Wolf river, tttiut four miles from
town. Willis Kendall received a dan-
Esrons wound in the left side at the
ands of Sidney Merrlwether, who
made his esoi-pe. Tni entire party.
with the exception of the wounded
man and Mer'lwe her, were arrested
yesterday by Constable Murphy and
lodged in Jail.
At Court Square ou Saturday the
bunt of Andrew Ja-ksoo w'as closely
. wrspped in the tint of ou.r Union,
thereby making Old Hickory i'ook like
an Indian bound up in a nil bi'tnket.
Attached to the flag wai a newspaper
giving a telegraphic account of the
death of ex President Arthur. Jf
Jackrnn did ot look like en Indian
he cerlain!y resembled a Mewpbian
celebrating Mardi Gras.
Court Pqusre fuuntainazain sends
nn innnlfl ofl in.atf Vint TlOOr. dlltV
looking Hebe, having been cut oi
nrpi-Oa Inr antna lime. Is attempting
to pout (wine) water from the pitcher
Into the cup, miss the latter by
about tlx Inrhes. The fountain bafio
remains empty, robbing being therein
except mud and leavfs. Lt the foun
tain fill up and let the sonnd of falling
water bs heard main in the land.
PERSONAL.
Mas. M. C. Whits left yesterday fir
Hoxie, Ark.
E. F. Fcllsb and Wm. 8. Mercer,
New York, are at the Peahody.
Mifs Emm. Ahdott and the Abbott
Opera Company aie at the Peaboay.
Nswt. Haioht, psaenger agent of
the Missouri Pac.tlc railroad, Is at the
Penbody.
K. M. Bhowk. J. D. Locklurt and
T. D. Craigbead, Nashville, are at the
I'eabody.
Miss Anna Lib Polk, Helena, Ark.,
is st the Piabidy, a guest of Miss Pet
Galloway, i
Mil V. 1. Adams left last Sttnrday
for Lonoke. Ark., to visit ber brother,
Mr. Horace Tombs.
Miaa Mamie, danshter of the Hon.
Howell E. Jackson, is visiting friends
at No. ziz Alabama street.
Missis Loo CABtwaioHTand Maggie
Clay are visiting it the residence of
Mr. . Keck, 3U1 Stcond street
'Ehoimbbx Tom Cox and Fireman
Frank Eesn of Knglse Company No.
4, who have b?en ill for soma time,
are again on duty and ready for box ti.
A elaborate and fashionable din
ner will be given at the Peabody
Hotel to-night by nina gentlemen,
complimentary to an equal number of
their lady Irlends.
JoftBFH W. Lattimo and Miss Geor
51a G. Stanton were mirried last
hursday evening, Novembtr 18th, at
the resident of the bride's parents,
by the Rev. K. A. V enable. N0 cards,
At the Ulgbee School n next
Wednesday evening at 8 o'tlock
Thankseiviott donation party Viil be
given for the benefit of the ichool
Rbrarv. All guests are expecUd to
contribute a book. An interetting
programme, music and elocution, Jtias
been arranged, and a reception will
follow the exercises. All friends of
the school are invited.
Rii'LiY Leader: Says the Memphlk
Amlimche: "Mr. John R. Sloan, of
'Untnn cnuntv. is a Candida's for the 1
Comntrolleishlp of the Slate. Sloan
has a State reputation, is a man of the
mott scrunulous integrity and is
nofaeased bv a perfect demon of
energy. II he is not elected, he will
mike It lively for the candidate who
Is. He Is a b a hearted, genial ioiiow
and has mighty insinuating ways
when it comes down to canvassing,
The Enlernritt heartily Indorses the
above.. A Ion a acauaiutance wltn Mr,
Hloaa-.. warrants us in saying that no
gentleman in the B ate could fill the
oltlce more acoeptibiy to tne paopie.
Thb Rbv. J. S. Grider, In the Cum
berland Presbyterian, says of the lesult
ol a recent visit to this city and to the
Cumberland Presbyterian Church
"But to me Memphis complimented
itself more by the hearty reception
she save your theo'og cal school
aamnL Thefiist mm I approached
said; 'I have been expecting you for
some time. I have 1500 for your
school.' We raised In good notes aud
cash a little over $1000. Of this amount
six rersoni gave each $500, namely, J
K. Grodlett, W. H. Goodlot. James
Lee, . L. McHowan, Mrs. Charlotte
W.Goyer and Mis. F orence G.Taylor
One gave $250; others gave from $100
down. I leel like manning uod and
taking coarag. I am under obllga
tlons to the good people of Memphis
for making my slay so pleasant and
profitable to our enterprise. My home
while there was more wiiu the
brothers Goodlett than any others
God's blessings ou this Christian
home. Allow me to express my sne
cial obligation to Mr. J. . Goodlett
for a most aet! ve Interest in my work
Mr. Grider also savs of the pastor of
the Cumberland Prenbytarisn Church
here: "I think the pastor is regarded
by the church as a man of superior
ability."
Lumdbobq'b perfume. Edenis
Lundborg'a perfnme, Marchal Nil
Rnae.
Lundborg'a perfume, Alpine Violet,
Lnndborg'e perlume,'' Lily of the
Valley. .
Pi-4'ttlciit nutl ChenpcHt
The hats, bonnets and bair gonds at
Livlune e. in Odd Fellow s building
Goods are cirefully selec'ed by Mr,
Lavigne, the iiiobI, expeiienied buyer
in the market, ai d r Uerea to His cue
tomeis at the lowest prices.
A DruKKlHt'w Mtorj.
Mr. Iaaao O. Chapman, druggist.
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hail's Balsam for
the Lungs. I can say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine,
have never heard a customer speak of
it but to praise its virtues in the high,
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest effect. I
have used it in my own family for
many years ; in (act, always have a
lioUfe In the medicine closet ready for
use. d
Snbucrlbe Tor the "Appeal."
Xolloo.
Woodruff A Oliver tave removed
their carriage repository to Nos. 378
and 380 Front street, adjoining the
uayoso uorei.
ADDITIONAL ItlVEKS.
Pittsbcbo, rA.,November J2 Night
River 4 feet 9 inches on the gauge
and rising.. Weather cold aud raining.
Whbkliko.W. Va., November 2.
Night Kiver 11 feet 6 Inches on the
gange and falling. Weather cold and
raining.
Cairo, III., November 22. Night
River 6 loot 6 Inches on the gauge and
rising. Weathereloudy and cool. Ar
rived: City of New Orleans, New Or
leans, 1 p.m. Departed) City ot New
Orleans, St Louis, 3 p.m,
Vicksbcho, Mifs., November 22.
Night Kiver 6-10 leet and rising. De
parted : City of Nat- het, New Orleans ;
City of 8U Louis, Kt, Louis.
Br. Louis, Mo., November 22. Night
Kiver about stationary, and stands
5 210 feet on the gauge. Weatber
mild and wet. Arrivd: City of Provi
dence, Vickaburg. No departures.
Lodi&vixli, Ky November 22.
Night Kiver stationary, with 7 feet 4
inches in the canal snd 4 feet 2 inches
oa the falls. Weather cloudy ami
warmer, with rain. Departed: Ohio,
Cincinnati. Bluings dull.
Biibecrlbe for the "Appeal
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL
HOTEL AltUIVALS.
Peabody llot.I.
0 B. GALLOWAY A CO Pioprrroa.
Rat! ti W and 13 par day. acanrdiof to
nxa an& location ot room opcoiiu
mad ratal.
v. N V Bob Branch. Mo
O V McVuri-hy, Ark (1 T Lyon, Wo
W K ll"hrion, va r uauitr, iv
C K UulUr, ir, Ark
J M Landru
Tenn
( Fir.e raid. Tenn
V Annt, Ml
II P Kowlkei, Tenn
0 A He Lou (j. Ky
(i Whitney, ky , .
F L;huiobrrlain,Ohio
C White, Ohie
R E Hbhoro, III
1 W Finland, N Y
J Walih, Mir.
J h liriver, ArV
II (lutm.n. N Y
K Frank, Pa
M Hiai.Ohio
WPFlure.Mo
W II Winilow.Ky
E A llatlAw, Ino
T II Jaotion, Tenn
O Bi-ardnler, S Y
W II Hancock. Mall
J H Walker, Tenn
II II Mallard, Ky
P B Blackburn, Ark
Mn Kt ration, Ark
(j B Moieley, Mi s
C A btratton, Mo
W 8 Hoblmon, Ark
0 M Norrain, Ark
W Hnu, i.nn
H Mcl'lie-D.7. Ky
T I, Marti", Ky
K Norwood, Ky
T N B.wrnn, Ohio
C M Marfhall. unio
J M Taylor, Ohio
(t K Kummern, Mail
K K lloi'pa, mo
II Aoilerfon, Ho
H Ilyami, I ,
II Yenk.r, Ohio
II linnlon. Mam
0 V Mon-hr, Ml"!
1) M Knowioi. ivy
Mnr K.llar, Ky
li Whita. Ky mr
O W fennet, N T.
(1 V T.lum, Ky
O K llackler, N Y
(t II Martin, mo
tv P ! . Mi.i
J W Wooldridira, Ky
M Li Uloinon, miaa
1) How.ll, M
V Hamilton. Ark
A Salinsor, Ark
Mn WhltH;ld. Arc
Mm W balinaer, Ark Mr; Jamei, Arlt
V KLnwry, Mill
.Mill A frarren,
A Hcudder, N J
J M Comptoo, Tens
Mi'i A h Polk, Ark
( F tiaarald, Tenn
W (1 HTkel. Bllll a A oo-ipnar, n
kei, mi
K A No lbner. ill
Til MrkineavAi.MlllC (i Hushai. Mm
J W AIIUen.Tann
O II Klvei, Tenn
H Hirrill, lena
O H Harry, NY
J A Wild-r, Tenn
J H Bavard. N Y
H Martin, Ara
W Mudd, Ala
JC Wriidt Aw.Miia
N Balsht. Ky
Maitar .orbe. Tax
7 K Kerb. w, lex
F E llaitmsi, Ara
J H Hoatei, Hy
u u,-m.;.. Mix W KGadr. Mo
L Bera kw. Tenn MIm Pohaefer, Tann
V R Knrii'h. Mo
It W Parker. Mo
J II Fr.eman, Tann
A W Smith, Tens
H H Peny, Tenn
E M Yeraer. Miu
G U Maneai, Tenn
H Jackion, Ttnn
Jnft Jannlnaf . Ala
W o Kirnn, ienn
OPM Turner. Tenn
I) H Cr.bi, Ark
F W Hnher, Pa
A Maddox. lena
K M Brown, Tenn
J D Lnckhart, Tenn
T l Praia-head. Tenn T Hldd ck Aw, lenn
t II llnFi.h la.Tini M1 Ualnal. Kf
B Perkini, Tenn W Bongham, Mo
J B Uontbe, Mm
B flhuan. Pa
Jtiavanne l, Fla
Naih, Tenn
Phil Couitan, Ma
W 0 Dean, Mo
HUB mart, M
J M Bronton, Mo
W 8 Marcer, N Y
Arthar Hlake.Tenn
W Vaufhn, Tenn
Geo Hum l, N Y.
rl Uppenbeiiner, &y
II Murdnck, Mo
K F Fuller, N Y
H Hehlllins, Tann
W 6 Moor., T.nn
Ueo U.siri, lenn
Miu Abbott Am, N Y Miu Annandale, N Y.
K J W.lhar.ll, mangr Miu Dora Miner,
W rTlima, wraoo oruuu,
W II MoCo'maok,
John Crane,
Walter Allen,
Albert Kraal,
WBroderlck,
Bobert Dolrln 4w,
Tom Da y.
Eddie Vorphy,
Robt Ward,
J 0 Cheviot,
Miri Franklin,
Mill Beriiui,
Mill Madsoz,
Miu Kraua,
Mii Mortimer,
Mini Addooai,
Mini Adoeoal,
B Tjniphry,
Uoo Poituaa.
Dafly'a Earuprnm Hotel
Corner of Adami and Main itreeti. Roomi
n . 7na and ai tier aav: Atnarican nan,
' ti per day. Pirt olaas Rantaurant In the
HoUl .1. M. DUFFY (10 yean with ran'
body Uotall, Proprietor.
M J Norman, Conn )I Dnherty, Conn
K Unppman, Tenn F J Cnldwell, Tenn
n unppiuBn. x
I J Alnin, Mo
j m jiaoa, le
i U Dobmn, Tenn
JMM
8 J Ho
IlKerTi
orrn. Tenn
A A Martin, lenn
J C Daniel, Ky
AHNhain, Ky
KC Webb, Ky '
B l.'ornico, Tenn
MriU B Bunch, Ark
W P York. Tenn
M K Uurni, Miu -J
H Uohaon, Tenn
T Kins. Tenn
uuivr. 11 u
u n
rTnar, Ky
EThmn, Ky
L Matbli. Mini
B ftllarr-ion, Tena
J ".Croweil, Tenn
J BUnuld. Tenn
Mr' Wnaxe,
J Kin 4 w. Ark
M MoAae, Ont
B 8tevi, Tnn
0 J F YVWton, Tana
C II Wn,.r,.. Ark
y u uonneii, Ara
O A Jaokaon. Ind
R8 M nriran, Tann
Mra M F Mona. Ark ONIliaiVbotham.rft
L Fiahal. Mill J T Holookb iw. Mill
I. P Wllltami, Tena M Ilolbroo. Tenn
E R Hobartaon.Tenn R W DrapeL T.nn
R W Noble. Tex
W If Uart.
V KKoat, III
P BHditun, Tain
A J Uoodbar, Tenn
R L Samueli, Ark
C Pitman, Mo
A A Martin, Tenn
J Oainey Aw, Tenn
W i (iherwood, Mill
A K Fleece, Tenn '
R 8 Thomu, Tenn
M Strnuie. Tenn
u uolmei. lnn
j LUoodbar, Ak '
J LCaetlei, Ark
T H Whitaheid. Aik
F Mi- 'onnell, Mo
K E Kmeraon, Mo
M F Morn. Tenn
J F Trualow, Tenn
II 0 Niney, tenn
W M Rhodci, Ark
J Colvin, Ark
W B Maneai, Ark
Y itleaion. Ark
W B Williama, Tenn F Bnodcrau, Kv
M Coleman, Tenn
K L. Mai OV. N I
B r Micholt, Dak
W Lewall. Mina
A OPar ee.lenn
Ma) Orinard, Tann
II U Kva, lenn
TO Strong, Ak
9 a Mill.. Minb
L Jamiaon, Dak
P N Conner, Tenn '
fM Jonea, Tenn
Pater, Tenn
C M Hamtnor d, Tann
Q II Rival, Tenn
w K J alt. unio
J M Mil ord AwXaa h A Whatly, Tax
F h Laberar, rfc w ti lo , ienn
W O Martin, Tenn W M Pennyman, Ua
RII routhwiok, N J
0 0 Wlidman. Mill
W 8 Cherrf, Ala
W 0 McFarlaad, Ky
H T Harrii, Tex
8 J Nathan , Mo
R L Copa, Mo
j S Todd, Mill '
J M neitb, Ark
W M Taoker, lnd
W M Cox, Tenn
J M Adama, Mill
BC Tucker. Ind
J Marinua, Ubio
T M Martin, Mill ,
II M P'OPlei, Tex
R M Wiley. Tenn
II C Cope, Mo
W 8 William., Ark
E U Koberion, Mlai
N i: Pag., Ark
J 8 Connor, Tenn
T L Wilder, Ark
J H Oweni, Ind
J Uborey, Mi'i
11 F wiiiiami. 'l'ann
K BSandcn, Ohio.
. The Hew Uayoao.
TARRINQTON, STEWART A WHITE,
panraiaTiiaa.
Cms. n. Roth ....Manager.
Ratal otltoM peroay, accordina to leoa
ticn of M"ai
8 Harbne, Tenn II B Henlev, Tenn
til . A l U 11 U'..l.' 11.1.
K (1 Iluckwell, N Y Mra C C Johiaon, Can
Mlaa N Juhnaon, tan 1 Hr .ham, ienn
II Ilerkor. Mn W 11 Do in. Tenn
II .Mnllnlly, Miu J II M HnynoM,Tenn
MriU llailey.Tonn II W Bailey. Tenn
W Unr. T.nn
J II Heed. Ohio
C II Fonte, Mo
M W.l.toir, .Mo
L Franok, Kv
J M Ploine, K Y
(1 L Our oy, Mini
0 II llerth, Arki
J L Smith, Ark
R K AI en, Tenn
J W Waiaon, Ky
WmO Lea, Mioa
K SMuir, Ky
Key 1 A heard, Ala
8 8 Splner. Tann
U I) Howard, Tenn
K M-nn. T, nn
8 II WhHeb ad,
U (1 Cnllin. N V
Tenn
II W MnL'orry, Tenn
K K ltoaa, N V
A J .Murphr, MI'I
II K Adkinaon, Kng
1 T Mitchell, Ua
Jmire Fent ei, Tenn
Wm Cooper, Tenn '
N M Croibr, Maai
K A Armatexd Aw, Ark
I, A hpioer, III
Max liarth, Tana
B k llemlerion, Tann
O K Houck. Tenn
N D Ilicki, Ua
Win Hrueti,AbbottCo
0 Vernon, Abbott Co W E Leake, Ala
B F Flovd. Ohio
T K Finlev. iViiai
W W Mat-ill. N Y
J II Krwin.Ky
R M Hla.'k. Ala
U ll'mbera-ar, Ohio
C II Keed. Ky
T K Hurley, Mo
R J B.wdan, Mo
T M Daley, Ark
U R You in, Mill
W U Uranaar. N Y
B R Joaeph, Silas
D R Peanon, Mill
COBnrell,Ohio
A C Hoffman, Ind
8 R Williama, N Y
A L White, III
K L flrefory, Mo
T M Townaend, Ho
PT Silverman, Mo
CKK
Jut
FOB
Kelley, Ark
hatcber, A'k
CGilraore. N Y
T E Finley. iliar
J J Ilraidon. Miu
B S Sample, liy
C Kaaloo, Ohio,
USInaalli. N Y
H W .lackinn, 111
W 8 Kioe, Mo
B M lonei, Mn
R F Jaokaou. Tenn
T J Hoian, N Y
BPUIenn, Mlaa
LB Harria, Ky
EU Mix, Tenn
W II Phillips. Kill
A W Dray. Ark
11 1 Horriion, Ark
n u t.arr, n i
M Donaldion, Mill
J II Uoikini, Kv
W O Warren, Ala
M I. Welton, Tenn
W II Ellia, Mlai
K Bell, Ark
RU Riohardion, Ark.
Prlddf Hofjae,
(Formerly Commercial Hotel,)
Cor. Front and J
inland Jeffnrnon bta., Memphll,Tana
PalDDT. Prop'r. of RlchmunJ. Va.
i. II.
Tranaient rate., II SO to fi per day.
J L Martin kt, Ala J Home, Ala
A Kaltenberf, Ala A Neiihbon, city
OPM Turn.r, Tenn Scott Turner, Tenn
WTQolnley An, Ark Mra B Dae". Ark
W II Devard. HI C Sliener Aer
1 M Dancy, Miaa W V Daan, Ark
Richard liyon, Tex Oeo T Rathen, olty
W R Mullina, La 10 Walla, Fla
L W II.
A Sto'e
WL Ke
W ll.n0er.hatt, 111 J N Upton, 111
Miaa
J N liiMiirlaai, Tenn
W 11 Fotitr, Tann
B B Kakridie, Ark
A T Blame, Ark
E J Vincent, Ind
R A Lytle, Tenn
A J Uulilrmith, Ark
J M Kiiht, Ark
n C Harnaon, Mlai
li J Smailwood, Mill
Karr. Tenn
H (iibaoo, Tann
B Uuff.rd, Mlai
1) C Nuaent, Mial
iN Moore, Tenn
P Conray, lean
RP
r uiann, Arx
V B Thavar, Ten
W L Brown, Mill
B MoK.niie. Ala
J II liaibei, Ala
H llawi, Mo
li Harrii, Ark
F Sinnr, MIm
B York, Ark
1 C Haeon, Mo
fThnmninn, Ark
McKay. Mias
T A llolman. La
A J Jonea, Ara
W J McDona d. Ky
W L Hakr, Ark
J K Wood!. Mo
0 M llobaon. Mill
B H Slraun, T.a
O M Coouan. (la
8 B Rennaldi, Mias
R P Bowea, Miu
H L Dawoi.Mo
C B Allan, Tena
L I) Morgan, Mial
Jit Walker, M aa
J It Tayl r, Mm
ii u vi auaoe, nm
Ta Herbal GhiU Cars, the best
tonic and ADti-pertodlo known. A aartaln
aud lore aire ir chilli- Prloall per hot.
tie. Band fUu.ni for oironla'i. Any ref-
trenca (ixen. A4Jr.il Jobs 0. Raokar,
ynohbara, Va.
NulaMcrtUfl lur irj AfieaL"
-TUESDAY,
Aaatwa'a Hotel.
W. B. EINQHAat..Miaoia.
Earopean plan. Knlar.rd and returniih.d.
rrioai aoeordlna lo mi. and loca
tion or ronmi.
C Mome. Obia U li IVanchaw. Ark
3 T.driv, T.nn H M Furnace, Tena
a U Miller 4, TsnnlMrF Is Uatla, Mim
L Mil er. Tenn h R l.iu'eomh. Tenn
R K Clarke. Tenn J II Drin ks Tenn
T Hardina.Tenn W 0 Hrown, Tnn
K K Kmriok, Mo W I' Martin, H u
WFWerntr, Ark A Mnn, Tena
B V Duffy. Ua . hi) Ne'ill. Tenn
J H Tbomnsim. Tenn r A Hraitl. Tena
JWhhaw.T.nn V M Duhe-ty A. Mill
K Durrum, H" !r r-binault. Mm
J V LaPrade,Miu Jj C Crimp, Mill
u u i;nanaier, Mill C A Miner, ienn
A Miller, Tenn ' J V Harris, lenn
J R Beavii, Tenn W O Lee, Mich
Mn Nrwoian&CTennT Taylor, Tann
M W Khodei. Ark
' 1) Daniel. Ark
J T Hnmplao, Ark
J II Orubbi, Mill
J M Mnntfomery.Miw
B inirh im. lena
h Viden, Va
I A Mebeiran, Va
W K Fraw ley, Tna
L K Atkinton, Ky
K F Hirki, Tenn
U W Uvni, Miu
J T P.tit, Tenn
T J Diilhn. Tenn
fi B Vauihan. Va
M E llold.n.Tenn
W A Snyder, Ark
JIUUyei, Ky
C 1. Miller, X.nn
J Y McUntoneon, ienn
K Moon, lean .
Mi-i A Uitel, Ark
Mill I, Moora. Ua
If. A I
Uarlton-a w, Ara
W A tiean, Arx
8 A Campbell, Tann
J B Mnrchman, Mill
U W Rittman, Ackj
i; n reaiione, mill, A
A M Wynne, Him
w Martin, Ark; (i
B 8 Steel, III If.
QMKConliiJr.il W
w rt toniiu, in
KC.rninai.Ill
W A Joplin. Ark
n mauoneia,iena
RFOollini.Taaal
F Bofd na. Tenn I
B K rJuttar , Arx
F w Terrell, Ara
W Perry, Tann
J B Lindiley, Tena
C F Graham, Miaa
J L Ilalloway, Mill
6 M Milt-.tk. aliai
A Lowenitein, Tann
O L Snarbrough, Tax
M 8 Kaller, Tenn
C F right, Tenn
RUCbilei.Mias
J M Wolf, Ohio
w Y Babo, Mm ;
J R Moorman, Ohl
U Waleh.Tena 7
CQJon.i, Mill
L R Jaeobi, Mill
CP Oakley, Ohio
R A Fetter, Tenn
W A flould. Ala
A Y Moumre, ill
W C Strickland, Ark
P Oautfek. Tenn
1 Thurmond, Ark
w u .f-.i-i rm ii v n.lli. 'C.mm
tt a aunauDi, lean n e vu,i'".
JDunnan.L.N'OAlKy L Hill, Tenn
W R Croii, Tann W H Cola Ai, Tenn
J R Moorman, Ohio C A Cox Aw, Miu
A 8 Harrii. Tena W C Martin, T nn
K yavli. Ark J v maun, rx
U Kendall, Ark J E Kdwardi, Mus
A Andenon. Tenn F P Redman, III
D M Hlooomb, Tina W T Williami, Ark
J FiRuddel, Ark T P Chamhon, Ark
Mn 8 Haworth, Ore Miu ML Haworth.Ora
W 8 Braniford, Tann J A Leonard. Tenn
J Graham, Tenn 0 S Brown, Mill
K Roger!. Mill W R Turner, Mill
C P Howard, Va ' M Holdan, Mill
J II LeaHe, Ark. C Leilie, Ark
W T (InMiUa.Ta.a J W Little. Kv
JR Todd Aw. Ill A P Mctluira, III
8 H Ount.r, 111 : 8 n O
K Mhoan. Tenn J B Ro
iuntar. ir. Tenn
J B Koiier, Tan a
J Miller. Tann
"Im Coca Beef. Tonic of the Llebig
Co.. combintd as it is witn uoca,
quinine and Iron, forms most valua
hl adinnnt to the rtrac ice of medi
cine. From the experience we have
had with it, e are forced to speak in
favor of it, and to recommend rs uee,
Rnf. irnn and niiiuine cannot b" ear
passed by any other three ingredients
in or out of the dispensatory, for in
vibrating an enfeebled system, and
when such remedies cm bs obtained
combined, 'from so reliable a house as
Liehin's, it behooves the profession to
patron' tne same to rne iunesi ex
extetit-Pro. C. U. Wilkinson. M D.,
Editor MediDdl and burgicnl Kecord.
ADVICE TO MOTH EIM.
Iff Bat. Wivai.nw 'a Roothwo Stxhp should
a! way be used for children teething. It
lootb.a the child, lofteni tha lumi.allayi
all uain. ourei wind colic, and ii the belt
remedy for diarrhoea: 35oa bottle.
Am sxtkhdbd popclarity Brown's
Bronchial Trochts have been before
the. public many years. For relieving
Coughs and Throat Ueubles they are
sunerior to all other articles. Sold
only In boxs.
AfWYOlTLL PROFIT BY IT
Vyou ARE WISE.
IIKR.S A POJNTER I Good
Clothing! is alwaa 'tiiw uboapest, as
it gives flood wear and good satisfao
tion. It lasts the- longest, and is by
far the bUt to buy.
HERlj'S .AN0TUEK POINT
ER! The Mihfit Clothing Par
LOR8, 2C2 Seoond street, sell noth
ing but good Clothing. Our special
ty is Fine Clothing, bought at saori
fijo priois from tho Merchant Tail
ors, and offered to the publio at bar
gain rates.
HERff'S A SUIT POINTER!
A real Vell-mado Suit, selling for
less thatt a much inferior grado of
goods can be bought elscwere, is the
Pointer J with which the Misfit
OiiOTHiiia Parlors appeal to your
pockotbuoks. Our Suits are High
in Quality, but Cheap in Price. We
have taom in Saolcs, Cutaways,
Prinee Alberts, Full Dress, and all
styles in vogue at the preosnt time.
We have no cheap grades of suits,
but the jextraordinary low prioes at
which wo buy enables us to sell High
Grade Suits for less than the cloth
and the making cost The great ad
vantage! we ofler inako it a great ad
vantage to buy Irom us.
HERE'S AN OVERCOAT
POINTER! If you haven't an
Ovcrooat you'll soon have to got one.
Tou may have bat a little money to
spond, tut yet you want the best ar
ticle you can get for that small sum.
Well, ybu oan got the best for the
least mjney at the Misfit Clothinq
PARLois.
HERE'S A PANTS POINTER
In addition to tho Lowest Prioes,
we havi the Rest Assortment and
the Besj Fabrics in Memphis. When!
good goods and oheap prioes go to
gether, the purchaser is always sure
of getting the most value for his
money. ' See the point ?
.MISFIT
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Cosrt Hqnsre, Memphis, Tenn.
N.B.-Rouicmber, all alterations to
insure a Perfect Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE, by First-olass Tailors
in our Parlors.
Mi APcmler
NOVEMBER 23, 1886.
JAMES C. HELL, President.
MEMPHIS- SADDLERY CO
Noi. 280 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TEN IT..
WHOLESALE
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
19 SPECIAL PBICES k Eailroad
ZELLNER& CO
OUR SOLID BARGAINS
Have aitraetMl srreat crowds
darlnc Ibe put week) many have
I baMl the chase t avail Ibcm
awlvna ! tbcaa temptlajsr price.,
ul for Ibrtr bwaafll wa will eow
ttaiaa tb follwwlas: bararalna
ANOTHER WEEK.
A LOT of Child's Button Shoos, Heal
and sprint Baal, itroni ana son
itantial, bait Philadelphia mak.l,
amll !. vadnMMl frnm 11 M to 75SW
A LOT of Child's Button 6hoai, Calf and
Pebble Ooat, liiel S to 104, reaaoea
rin, ai Ml tn Sl.oo.
SOO pairs P.bbl. Grain Solar-tip Sprint
II eel Button Bnoei. iliea sto iu,, re-
Jnl fram 11 .Ml to SI. OB.
900 pairs Mliios' Pebble Grain Sprint
II eel, Solar-tip Button bnoei, moiii
to 3, reduoed from 12.00 to ! .
SOO pairs lame kind, with heeli, re
,lut frnm 12 m l SO.
100 pairs Touthi' Calf and Grain Bat
ton Bhoai, nice and itront, fully worth
$2,25, lliei 11 to2, reduced to f l.OO.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
Wa will tell oar Ledlai' 12.50 Car Kid
Button Shoei, worked buttonholes, lateit
style ihapei, pointed to. and high heoi
and eommon lenia toe and low nools
every pair warranted, ior the low prioe
Of l.taO.
Onr Hen's $3.00 Shoe! ara tha bait in
tho land. They ara made ef tannine
Matf akin, with aeamleaa TlfflD. well On
iahed and porfoot Uttini. Wo warrant
overy pair.
Ker thinjt Excellent In Footwear, at
pricei LOWxirt than olnwnore.
Zi;i,TKIt A CO.
300 MJL1S STREET.
IvllaMl Ursba, Sibrimp,
Salmon, Vrcwb Can Haeberel,
Hardlnea, IyObatera,
Brook Tront, Oysters,
Haoberel In Tomato Catinp,
Sweet Stoned Plcklea,
Soar Plcklea by tbe sal. and In Jara,
Plekled Onlono, Hot Bellah,
Wooater Sanee, Tomato Vataap,
Capers, Hoitard, Carry Powder,
Salad Drcaalng-, Ollveo, Olive OH,
Cream Ckr aee. Celery Sanee,
Celery ' Etc . Ete.
J. F. BUCKHAM Sc. CO
R. KUPFERSCHMIDT.
IMPORTER AND P BALER IN
btiuiB, Aniaionlllon, Fishing; Tackle
and Niiortsmenn' Mnpplics.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
fi Blttln htrmt, .flnilla, Teaai
Mannfaotnrlns and Repalrlnsol Hnni a
Bpoalalty. Largeit Stock. Beitaaiortmont,
Koch's Pat. Store
Nil E LV 1 NO ii adjmtable to meet any need
orbnaineai. It Ii ohoaper than old ilyle. Can
be nut on by any one. liaQall lor
Pantry and Mmik Mielvra. Addroai
KlU ll A. II. : "ff'rH,,
S4I MAIN KT., PEORIA, 1 1 1... or.
Sleiainea Mirilwrl'o..St. tinuia.Mft,
Frank Schumann,
ImnorUr and Dealer la
nna, Flanlna Tackle and Sprs.
anen'a Snppllea. star Speoial atteatios
sItob to MANUFACTURING aad RS-
Ti A TOTV1 anaM
413 Matlii wuWemnhli. Tnu
Of Interestto Ladies
TT will ha men. aaT.d to any lady eon'
X teaplatinc tha parchaee of a Sewint-Ma-ehine
in tha next ninety dayi to call and ret
prioeiof the Liaht-Ranmna NEW HOMII
and lee their ia'eat Improvement, the Auto
matic Bobbin Winder, whioh plaoel the
M o.W HON E lereral yeari ahead of any
maohine now In tho market.1
New.Ilome;Sewlnr-Machlne Co..
4 Nartn Oenrl Ntreet.
Tounn & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
818 Mala 8t, If enipblM, Tenn
A REW HCPPLT OP
SCHOOL BOOKS
JITNT KECEITKD.
And Still They Como
FISE HAND-SEWED
CALF-SKIN SHOES
FOR eEHTLEMEIV.
HaTETery Itlr Warranted-!
ONLT ;B.OO A PAIB.
AT.THE.CHKAP CASH
niioi: jioijni:,
410 Main Street, Memphis.
Mm mm
E. F.
-OF-
arness
ant
leree Contractors for Wagon,
MECHANICS
NO. 7 MADISOW SIUKJaT.
paid UP CAPITAL. i i t t i : :
Interent Fulrt on. ueponiw
OPEN ATCBDATS PMI'IIj 7 OfOHiK P.M.
M. H. K1TZE5BERGEB, President.
BOA K i or aaiatavtBvaus.
'JOHN A. DENIK. A. COHEN. J.
J. W. BOHOKR. T. F. TOBlN, A
TAPOL EON HILL,
W. H. CARROLL.
Fnlmer.Thoniton 6 Go
Cotton Factors, WMesale Grocers.
JJo. SOO Front mlreeU t Memphli. Teagy
nun savings mi
AND TRUST COMPANY.
BOARD Or THTJ8THBB.
ja?ole0n hill,
louis hanauer,
Cazardhlevy.
MICHAEL GAVIN,
THOMAS BOYLE
JOHN W. COCHRAN,
SOL COLEMAN,
JAHKS S. ROBINSON.
Doooilti reselTod la mmi oi 91 and
ear Wo'yand nil loeal Inrejtmant Bondi and Seonrltlei teneraliy, paytaiei, aet as
trmteei, and, in teneral, exeoato any Snanoial bniinui requiring a laio and roiponiibls
enw ? e iaiao drafU, In lumi to init pnrohaien, on all parti of Enrope.
na- Wo bar. a eommodiom Vanlt for tha depoiit of Talaablei, which ll at tho eorrtea al
onr euitomeri, Free ot Cbara;o.
D. P. HADDEN. President. EWD. GOLDSMITH, Tlce-Presldest,
JAMRM NATHAN. Caohlpr.
D. W. FLT,
Late oi Commeroe, Mi''
F. B. BERRON.
Late ot Coffeeville. Mill. Late of
FLY, HEEE01 & HOBSOM
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
324 Front Street' 'lyTcmPhls' Tbtiti.
SECUBJTY
- OF MBMPIIIS-A Nl-PB
NdvS MADISOJf NTIWO, JBlifllJrlllS, 1UJI,
R. DUDLEY FB4TSFB. Prealdent.
at. i. ataA.lia, tjaanier.
BOARD OF
D.BETHEL. " J. R. GODWIN.
IHOB. H; ALLKN.. JN0 OVERTON. J...
H, JUGilU W BiUU, A. WVljal XAAlD&n, paia.niuuiojuuwMi - .
BaTIHOS ESPECIALLY SOLICITED.
THIS INSTITUTION IS AUTHORIZED
To do a Gonoral Bankln Bniln.il. Diiconnt
Local Hecnntiei. lo Receive uepoiiu ano piyinianMi m.reuu. u
for Kitatei, Minon, Truiteei, and othen. To aot ai Truitee. Adminlitrator, Exeontor or
Oaardiaa, lame ai an Individual. To act aa hoceiver for Corporation!, Litigants, and la
all oaieiof Trmt. To Buy and Sell Exchange. Alio, havo a Sato Drilt Vault, wherein
Valuable! Ot all kind! can be lafeiy aepi. a
Vnoectai Attention Y am to uoiiectiona.
LIYERMORE PUUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY.
0
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEP'T,160tol74 Adama SU, Memphii
Iron and ej-HJ
Braaa
CHetlnxa,
Work.
Qeneral
Benalra.
Unw-MIII.. J- , . . J"Z!!!ly.' irKIIlaiiiuairJr--til
. ' 2 . ... . T-y ii 1 1 1 1 ( I L.V
UHII- flllll'L . J - . X' u.v.t lTOAaaLj tr
linn" , irtairi ' ',kW4"iaiTlll ' I
frot .. , T. ' ri I 3 II I! IIS I If! 1. U.
.2iii..t - . , mi aa -ka n&di
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEFT, 226 and 228 Second St.
(Bneoeiion In thtl lepartmentto JOHN MAN0QUE.)
eaw-Wrlte for Information on ANY THING In either line.
SUGGS & FBI TIT
WHOLESALE
GROCERS. COTTON FACTORS
And Commission merchants,
SOO and 202 Vront Wt.. Memphis. Tenn,
J, T. LiPRADE,
T.. J. T. LPr..u i Co.
LaPRADE,PJ1cGRATH&Co
COTTON FACTORS
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 304 Front street, : Memphis, Tenn.
vBavina retired from the Baddlery and HaraeM bnilneai and opened an office ai above,
wiare pleLad t? "nnonnce to oar frfendi and the pnbllo f anerally that wa are now prepared
"o Jarre thVn In onr new aapaoity. Returning thanki for the very liberal patronaanea.
lendU u. in,ln,ld''lln.. w. trail -aril and roo.lv; a M
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
riUEA McCABlHT.l'ropr's,
140, 112, Hi Front, Memphis.
ONBor THB LARGEST BOILER SnOPH
in tha Boath, and the only onmplete
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Worka in the olty.
analMCIarrra of Heavy Plate Iron
work or every dewerlpilon. Speoial
aitentioa (lven to plantation work.
METEIt, f ee' j and Treaa.
Collars
Scraper anu iart Harness.
$100,000
1. KATZENBEKUl.lt. VasnJer,
H. BIBCOK,
8. MEYERS.
J. B. HANDWBRKIB
DAVrp P. HADDEN,
JAMES A. O.MBEKU,
EWP. O0L0SM1TH.I
BAHUW1U f JtltJiJS.
and intereit allowed on lame BemH
opward
SAM H0B80N.
Brooki, Neely k Co.
S
DEPOSIT, TRUST CO.-AND
W. BI. WII-KEfWOW,
OB1FPINO, 'teller.
wia, n
DIBECrOBS.
8. P. READ. - W. N. WILKERS0N,
W. I. TAYLOR. B. . r.S'
INTEBESF PAID ON DEPOSITS
UNDER THE LAWS OF TENNESSEE:
Paper, oto. To Bay and Hell Btocji, nonai ana
ueppniory oi ine una w J"
rairnnaire nniruuii;p
Bar Iren
av
Boiler Ires
Hoop, Biuad
, V til vets.
Waabera
Cts.,Ete'
Railway
Supplies
JOHN MoGRATH,
Late with J. I. LaPrade k Oo
j. 6. SCHMIDT & SON
Importer! anu ueaen In flan,lnna.
nltlon and Elaltlna; Tarhle, Bnlldera
Hardware, llarirle Bella and la
nnnelnlorafor Uoteliand Reildonoei.asS'
Main etreet, Beaaplila, Tenn. Kloetrlo
mppltoi alwari oa hand. Repairing oeatir
aone.

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