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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL Till BSD AY, NOVEMBER 21, 1886.
tmm THE TAILE.
nmimttin'1 Obla llonle Trelni
wove h ioiiow.i r- line VJiS
B.I
Fait line arrivee at 130 p.m.!
tonls fat Kb itit.i at m : a-"- -!.
daily it .. . 5' ,V. VyO
,"bt am", d.ilteioept Said... atS
. daily laio.pt naodaiol
!m Mill '!' not it. l
liooi. aor Whuebaveo, Horn Lake, Jneibit
".-SmI''"' Baala (L. .
aal T. K. I frame oa this road roa as lol-
lowir Now urmn !.
Ji " p.m.! Viokebonr eiproii. only.
aavesatv:i6e m. Caw Orleeoi fait mail,,
aaiiy. arrives a iilO ..in. I Viokibun oa.
ress. daily. rrlo ato:4f P.m.
rLa".iii aad Bekwill-Tral.Bg
Pave aa lollowu fast mail arrival (tail)' ai
,16 a.m. i leaves atlUilo p.m. mail lef.vel
daily at 10:10 a.m.; arrival at .:UU p.m.
Broimvllie aoooiamoaetiom leavae dally'
eaeaptWnBdey, at ons) p.m.t nrriv.,1 daily,
eioeot Hand... at 60 e-au trtejiaaTd.tme).
. waif IM.MMliaM lii,arii.
Hold aad Meaupbla) Train Ueve M. and
T dapat aa fol.owi! No. 4, Kaataa City
.rare. Imtm at lOitt a.m.! ho. 8, Kaaiaa
on aim-asi. n a ajuu p.m. u. -t
tuui City mail, leave 6iO0 p.m. I o.
. L.
aniaa City mail, atrxaa at (tin a.m
o,
t. Su Lf.au and Ohroaco aipraw, laaraf at
na) a.m.1 Ma. 1, trt. Uiuia and ubleaito ai
vraii, arriya. atltaSa.m. Ia aflaol Sunday,
AtfiVX Ckrarieatom-Tralni
m al follovil Throuih aipraM laaya.
dally at W:0 p.m, VaU and aipr.il l.aTai
Jaily atlOsOOa m. Bomarrilla aorommoda
tioa Vaaaa daU. aieapt Baaday, at 4:40
.m. TfcroBiaaaura.1 aTai dally at 6:85
a.m. Mall aad aipraM airlM daily at 1C i20
m.m. Homarrill. aaaommodatloa arrival
Sally. Bwl8nday. at'j.a.m.
la-
-Holly Bprinfi lioota Tralai mova ai
lallewn Na. 1 Mampnwaaiiy aiaiw
r.m.i arrival at uaiiy oprinn avojw p..i
jio. 1 laaTai Mcliy oprinii dally al 9:00
a.m. I arrival al M. bp nil a 10:10 a.m.l No.
eiaavaiAUmpnu dally at T:1A p.m.. arrival
t unii HnrinM at 11 :4S B.m.l No. 6 I. aval
Ilalli sprlnif daUy at il6 a.at. arrival at
l.mrBM atti4ba.m. ,
Mdl Uttla atorai.-Tralni
Bmt. a follow! (oantral itandurd lima);
llr. 1 Uava. daily at 4:K p.m. I arrival at
t... No. llaavaiattMa.m.j arrival
aaiiy at y "i I .
lo. 1 laavai at a.m. I arrival
Mo. 6 (rraifht) laavai BopaAald
t Bandar) at S:tt a.m.! arrival
at its a.m.
daily (aio.pt
MCIIl.a.
TILE WEATHER.
ladlealloms.
' for Alabama: Light rain, foUoved by
fair wmiker ; no decidtd tkang in tempo
rafun; northerly wmda.
For Uim'mippii Fair watiur; nearly
Hationary temperature; northerly wind;
brooming variable. if . .'
For Tenneuee: lair Heather preceded
by light rain in the tattern portion; t
tionary tmperatun in tht eastern portion;
tligktly wrmer in tht wtm portion;
morthuttlerly wind, brooming variable.
For Louwana: Oennally tlightly
aaarwrnr; HoriVr !ndt, booming vari-
bU.
tearalorlail KrpArt.
Miaraii, Tirni.. Novimbar M. lmw.
" Time. Bar. luer. Wind. W'th'r
7KX) a-m.:i0.032 37.0 N.W. Oleir.
8:00 p.m. 0.0IK 45 0 N.W. Olond.
100 p.m a0.076 42.0 W. Cloud.
"Trfailmnm temperature. 42.
Minimum temperature, 37.
Osnne, 11 a.m. 2.
Bainlall, 0.00. .
BalmAill tm CnltAm Bait for WfMk
tmdlBK vaiukar 19, 1M. ..
fSiarioiw. Total.
Charlo te, N. 0 0 60
Charleston, a C- 0.21
ArjgWa.U a 0 33
eiVaorjabyGa...,, 0 30
Jacksonvlllp, Kla...:t.. 0 87
Cedar Kays, Fls ...0.6
Atianta.Ua.
1.61
Praracola, Fit..
Mobile, Ala...
Montgomery
Vicksbum. Mi..
0.U
....1.07
. ffllsi
....2.00
,...283
New 0.aaB,U.
atireveport, La...
2 07
Fort bin th, Ark
...1.05
Little Rock, Ark.
1.15
0.89
Galvrston, Tex
, Palestine, Tei
Chattanooga, Tenn
KnoKville, Trn...
Memphis, Tenn.....
Haihville.Tenn..,..
Lonitvllle. Kv
018
l.5
.....1 57
-1.70
..1.44
..1.28
..2.23
,.093
..1.19
..1.08
..2.04
.... NHtMl.tll
Indlinipo'ii, lnd
UlnclDnatf, U..u,
Co)tmbt, O....
Pitietirj-g.Pa....,
Caiio.llL
ai aaiaaa aa
CITY NEWS.
The ret tilers dd a wholesale busl
ness in drostd turkryj jes erday.
A cbimnny burning out at 30 8'
Martin atret-t calltd ihe firs doptr:-
mentouiat o o cioca )eaturday evo
ning.
AH the banks will be clored today,
Tbe pos'ofllre will be open for two
notira oniy, irum o to lu ocinct a m
Carrier will make bot one delivery,
Thank'uWing services will b held
today at 11 o'clock a m. in the Third
Presbvtetian Ciiurcb, Chl ea. tl e
Bey. . M. lUcbarJwn, D.D., pastor,
omoiaung.
Tbe alirm of &t from brx 10 at
6:30 o clock yettidiy mornirg was
ooeaaioDod.br a fl e In tbe Memuhls
and Charleston railroad yards. '1 hr-e
baieaol co lon were slightly damaged,
There will be Thanksgiving ter.
Vicea at the Central MataodiatUbnroh
t 11 o'otock a in. trday. The pastor
wiil deliver a du coo rue on "Some ol
the Dingers that Beset oar American
society."
It Is earnestly re ques'ed that the
memDsrsoi toe xonng Men's ChrS'
tian Association choir be In attendance
t rehearral on Friday evening at 7 :4fi
o'clock. Important. All who desire
to join uie ciioir are alao invited.
Home made plum podding, mince
meat, fruit eikee, jellies, f'isU butler,
pies, small and large cakss can be
found at tbe Women's Exchange. All
the work of worihy women, who need
your patronage. Give them call be-
. tore Duytng,
Bervicea at Strangers' Churcb,
Union street, will be beanUfnllv at.
tractive wltb tbe'varitd emblems of
ma narveat yiar and sweet remem
brances to tbe orphaua. Mias MarieS.
uiasnwooa win join ber Jovely voice
h iun iuauafglviDgpraiSfS.
Th lo lowing miniipe licenae
were gran ea yeeterdiy: Wm. T. Bi
eon and Misi Fannie Ppangler, A. H,
Johnaon and Jennie Laiefield, J. B,
Leonard and Mary K Jonea, 1. F,
no rta and 8leUa B, Bntler, O. W.
Wagnon ard Nannie Woodf, Croir
ouBuru auu my uickerson, J. B
Meyers and Eitella Bnl.
-Robert 8 cd, colored, was rreat
d ytrdty for dirpvi g of fJroper'y
belonging lo P. M. Patienon A Co ,
by whom beia tmp'oyed s a work
man. Some time s nue Patterson 4
Go. aai'ajed on of their dravs and a
set oi narness. lb police were final
ly not fled of lh loir, and yettarday
aiomlnf Chief Davn and Cpt W. U.
Pryde arrenttd i ne J J. Waidron, on
Groonesavenae, who poef el in tbe
mlwinc P'op ty was found. Waidron
claims that be puicbajed tbediay from
4ned.
Th carr era of the Merophl Scim
itar faava chill. n-d the carriers of
the Memp ii Liming Ledger tj a
rapid dolivv con eat. F.v handd
ptptti, dodder or handbill to b da-
livered withnvtf the os o( elevatois
id five o( tim to he showd under
dro-s on tb- fo t:i flwn of buildings
The pr h Vo be oompet'4 It r lo be
carrier's 'utfit wlto cliamp'on swap.
Thfy fallowing programme w H be
Riven ut tm fctien.nV Church todry :
Opf nirg-Vetii e, "0 come, l-tus
fi'Ot.totheLd." Woods. Hymn.
Prver is the aui'e incfrs dsire,"
WUkUr. Hymn. enng by HanUy
sr)ool, "The HarvP8tei's,M Bo k. Vul
n -"try, "I will give U aike m.to hee,
L Td," Wet,,n. Offertory. "Tbou
Art Ne.r.Hald-n; eat; bv Miss Bu it
Ureen.nd. Td Ddiim, "Wepiane
t.cf.O Oud, Evans.
The time of the United 8'ates Cir-
r-oit Court was occupied yee'eidiy In
the ainment on the mo ion lo re
mand the street railroad raea back to
the Htate Courts. Tbe following;
learned cone el were beard: Gr;e
Gantt, Tom Tnrlev, George Gilham,
Judge Morgan, p. r waiaeranu mu
iam Carroll. The Cmrt will probably
take several days to come to a dfC'sion.
aa the papers in tbe case cover upward
ol 2C00 panes 01 msnnsonpt.
PEKSONAIi.
G. W. PiTwts, of London, Eng., 1
In the city.
Cot,. C. L. Hobt and A. K. Tucker,
of Mississippi, are in tbe city.
8s special announcement of the
New York Lite insurance uompany
at the head ot our first page.
Jambs B. Cbiiobiao and wife, of
Stonewall. Ark., and Thos. D. Craig,
head, of Naahviile, are in town.
Ban Pchmms, Cleik of th Circuit
Court, baa been appointed receiver of
tbe asset ol tbe Qrm ol Asner uo.
Hon. Bis P. Homt, editor of the
HaDtsville, Ala.. Daily Mercury, is vis
iting friend and relatives in tbe city,
Johi KaXLT. tbe bright and intelli
gent son of Mr. V. J. KUy, w now
clerking in tbe railroad office at
Biinkley, Ark.
Jaki Fiscbib. we l known among
the house bul der ot this city, was
marrltd to Miss Minnie Bloom at
Nsuvoo, III., last evening.
Mas. Thio. vVashbobw and her
charmimr daushter. who have been
summering at Owenaboro, Ky., have
returned to tbetr bom in tbi city.
Th Hon. Jefferson Davis, who Is a
guest at tbe Nw Gayoso, was kept
bury all day receiving his many
friends. There were about 300 callers
at ths hotel for him.
Mas. J. L. Boaoirx returned to the
city Tuesday from St. Louis where she
baa been vieliing relatives ana menus,
Sue w accompanied by ber dangh-
ter, Mr. O. A, Himors, who ia in vsry
bad health but expect to be benefit'
ed by tkia climate.
Tabomabtir Ray and Engineer
Ashley, tl th Louisville and Bah
ville railroad, were tried before Judge
Hadden yesterday on tbe cba-ge of
caosing the wreck of a Second street
carSatnrday night Ry was fined
$25 for nut having a flagman at tbe
creasing, and Ashley was mnlcted ia
a slmilir sum for running into the
car. E. Smith, the street car driver,
waa AaedflO for recklenly driving
aorona the track when the onirics waa
in light, although it was motionless at
the time.
E. A. Olahk. of Jackson, Madison
county, candidate for Comptroller, I
In tbs city ana bss been coraisuy re
celved bv bi many friend. Mr,
Olarba-wUL have th support of hi
ooun v iiPDresantauaa-taatJia nmoe
to wuicti ne aspires ana laaanguine ol
news. Tbe Forbtd Deer Bladt epeiks
of him In tbe following complimentary
terms: Mil. fc a. uiaike, ot tbts city,
I a candidate for Comptroller of tbe
btate. Mai, uiarke l a native of Mad
ison connty, a veteran of the Mexican
war, and served with distinction
through the late war. He I a Demo
crat of the traeet type and a high
toned, honorable gentlemnn. lie baa
been County Court Ole k for tight
years, and the county never bad a bet
ter officer. Hi book and acoounts
were always correct to tbe letter; bi
reports to tbe Comptroller were gener
ally the first received from any county
in the 8' ate. For two years he was
Tax Collector of Madlsin county, and
a in Cher positions, he was faithful
and efficient. We want a nractlcal
man in tbe office of Comptroller, and
ro better one could be found in the
btate than Ma. Clarke.
It. II. W. GODWIN,
Sweeping Redaction In All floods.
5 button scal'oped topped Kid
Gloves 33c; tan shades.
SCOOyan's Wca hcd Gnton Flan
nel worth lf'C tor 7Jo.
1500 yards doub'e width Body
tWhmere, never sold under 20o,
for llo.
Bed Contor's woith any time
SI 29 for 85c.
20c Rd Flannel 15c.',
3?0 Whits Flannel reduced to !2c
8Jt and heavy Twilled Red Flan
nel worth 45c for 30 J 3.
Boys' heavy Bcarht Shirt and
Drawers worth $2 for 95o per
suit
Our 60c Dress Goods reduced to
370.
Oar 8 10 Black Cashmere reduced
to 65o.
$1 60 Black Jerspys reduced to $1.
0 dozen Handkorohiefa, solid col
ors, asst., embroidered oorners,
worth everywhere 15c, for 6o.
SPECIAL-Lidies' fineet quality
Linen Cambric Unlaundried
Handkerchiefs, embroldend
corners, worth at all times 00c,
now 6 for $ I M. Tbi ia a splen
did Ghilstmas present
Seamlesa, a'snried colon, child'
school Hose, heavy, worth fully
20, reduced to 10c.
66-Inch best quality Tricots worth
II 25 now 76c.
Why do vou tarry when we are
selling Cloaks at half price Y
R. H. W. GODWIN,
393 Main street
A t ard.
Te th Editor! af thi Appeal i
The following pirag'aph. which ap
peared in tbis tvtnmg's Scimitar, does
me an irjuitice:
"Last Saturday night at a houee on
Jackson -rett kept by O. Mllier.be
tween Third end roond etreeU, Fort
Plckerinr, man earned 'Bill' Groomea
wasitabhed and badly beaten by an
inmaie of Miller's domlcle."
In correction of tn abivs I desire
to tay that E. 0. B oom. t)i man ra
ff rred to above aa "Rill llmim..
and Colly Barne who cat him, came
to my a ore together, and Barms is
not an inmaie of my house and never
wa. The iwogotn to a quarrel anl
are now frlenda axain. I had nothing
to do with the unarm). nnr. ....
inmate of my hiuae impllcaled lu any
wy
Kor.lb.r 24, 18M. Ji,. MJS
HOTEL AKKlVAItt.
Peaboalj' Hotel.
, B. GALLOWAY A CO ....f fovatamai,
Hatai ti " and pr day. anonrdn U
liaa and location of laa-tiyaoial
mad vataa.
J M Tlranioa, Mo HA C'nrka. T.na '
K Ilamrara.r, Ohio A P Mel mor., tan a
hb hdar.a aw.'i.zt; rwby, .vo
n Aldrl isa. Panada H (1 Mattack. Ky
UVlatam.Ky O W A !. rk
K A Annfleaii, Ara l n ritia. hi
K A If I r. l.nn O V liarali, Tana
T n Hnh.rUon Mn 11 Dim n. M
f W bTiaon, NY I H i robi. Ark
II M IM: kv
A H ll.n an. ft Y
W A Jubnuon. Ohla
f B RrewB.li, Mo
B Williamton. Ky
JB txwait, II
L V Pi bar, Ho
J B Urihe(i4w,Ark
W A tVrr, Mi
J P Mel aa, La
CLH'irt, Mi.a.
H II He aleb. La
J I B va'ona. Ark
I .KZ Mattln, Ma
J Reyoold,, La
0 D He era, bpfland
L $ Hxlnwaler. Mill
Mils M Boyd, Ohio
C M Henderion, Mill
HDuflia.T.nn
LhiU, Kv ,
LBrowo.Ohlo
A K Tucker, Miti
J Wbhaw, tens
F 11 rra, N Y
J L flriv.r, Ark
CH Hater, tie
w uuraanaii. n I
W A Hill. N I
JCOsot.Hl w
A i U-baaiara, n a
II II 111.11, N Y
11 P Urvi,l
K Whlll.pk. Ohla
J B ele. N V
M A Carter, lei
W O I)i.n. Mo
JqHio U.iloy. Ohio
i H Jonei. tin
O II Bilker, Ky
O N Falobo-. ba
Ohiobfy. Ohi2.
II Houdder, M Y
TB Tanoey. Teoa
II M Khockley. no
Ueo MoUardlee, fa
J H MnKlnnav As. Ala A Broker. Teoa
V? K Vaoahn. Tenn Oeo Deal-', Tenn
J nderoo, Teon WBMoora.Tenn
T Johniton, Tana W L Ban, Mire
Jno Jamlfon. Ala W Mltahell, Ala
1) blmmoni, Tenn J L PitU, Ohio
DaBf'a Bmrapeam Hfal.
Corner of Adama and Mala atraati. Ilanmi,
Ki. ai mp davi Amarleaa Flaa.
1 par day. Firt elan Raataorant la th
Hotel. i.M. puyrK 110 yeariwiiB rat-
body Hotel!, rroprletor.
B Vanaken, Mo B B Kmaraon, M '
Dr Ada Villi 1 V Hall. T.nn
B Piekett, NO A WW Hon. Tana
A A Martin, Tens . T K Nlaon. Tenn
LD Duokworth.Ark TB BryaB.TeK
BCllaneoo, lean
J Bo wen. Mo
0 W Koliini, Mo
R M Clllo.Ohlo
W II Fuller. Mo,
W H Foller. Ind
W H Hoyt, Ind
CM Adkioi.Tann
J A Adami.T.BB
8 K.y, Ark
R B Himiiioni, Ark
W F Williams. Ark
8 D Henry. Term
K D white, Ohio
Q K Fleece. Tenn
W 0 Hamilton, Mo
A 6 Parry, Tenn
Bf'leveai, Teoa
W Surmi. Ark
J H BimpioB, Ia
B M Llctt, Tean
K K L Harrli, Tena
CI a Vanabla. Tax
W J Forliae. Mo
J J Fiqua, Tena
HTabb, Ohio
PCKIvna, Ark
TH Allaa. Ark
0 M Hariii, Tana
RH Penny, Ark
HT Aldrinh, Ind
J W Hmith, Tons
mallean, Ark
eener, Ky
A Craic, Ark
J Coleman, Ky
N Coke-, Ten
L W Smith, Teas
F fin od arm. iena
MnM K Perry, Iena
JUIetaon, Ark
V N orris, Tana.
Mn W A Kiveri, Ho
J W Harrti, Tena
H J Rawlingi, Tena
J J Worrell, Teno
5 BW.lk.r. lean
J L Hoimei. Tenn
W L hydelott, lann Dr B Q i llespie, Tena
W B rinse, Ara v i urnar, iia
W Williams, Tana W D lloite, Tenn
J Bnnlish, Teon J V H .rrii. Tena
It M Lessett, Tens R 8 Morylen, Tena
J B Howard, Ua.
Tbe Hew Uayoew.
FARRINOTON, 8TEWART A WHITH,
panraiiToaa.
ria. n. Rora .Manarer.
RaUiNtOtortPeruay, acoordina to laoa-
tlrBofroom
W J Oleaoo. Tenn Hon Jeff Davis, Mill
Gin H P Neeley TennP Varden w, Mill
Oeo W Powell, Mo Ijr J O UarBer. Tena
W H Bellow Jr. Toon TM Wade, Mo
f..j..urun,..n.T.nnI l Wnn. Mn
Zaok Ba. Toon R U fharnblin, Tenn
w W Cnmmlnai.TBnBOen A M Wait, Tenn
J F DufBo, Tenn, J W Keiller, Ky
8 Morianbam. Ohio Bdw alia el A w.Miil
H O Phililpi, Kaa M J Urowa, Mo
J Ru Aw, th o , 0 J Keller. Ark
FLOoodwin, Ark Ham'l Pevlon, Tei
Cbaa f D.nieli. Ark L O Fowler, Min
0 8 Palmer, Mill W W Holden. Tenn
f. A Mum. O lo J W Tailor, tVlan
N A Hi-kion, Mill Mill K Bennett, Mill
MIm F Hilton, Miaa
WBUsvii.Vn .
R K Harriion. Ohio
B T Hudson. N Y
N UHman. h
MriHHaolor Af, Ark
M Meerd, Mo
HHValil Jr. Ark
BlndiuianiTena
Mn Moorai. Tana
0 0 Foote, Mo
H bltoheoek.Ool
Mini HA K. of. Mill
R R Clear. Ala
j u ivrnurica, mm
W K JeBkin'.M If
H Shoake, Ui
J Kar , N Y
0 B Heeki, Ohio
O Manball, Mo
L Qarley, Mill
0 Rad.eskv. Mill
Mri JatkOB, Tena
CChambliu, Jv
Mr. (1 Koi.er. Kv
i Mounee, miH
B Hooi'on, Mill
B Mnuaan, Ky
M Pointer. Miaa
J White. MU . -J
M Onaiiar. Ark
W W Wood. Mill
J B Oar, Ark
K tt L.ae, l.nn
JTKina.M Y
0 P PatteraortrN Y
B L Stewart, Ohio
P M Kidnlr. Ohio
J B Bm'th, Mo
A L I'uBoli. IU-
8B Harriaon, Pa ;
R Cromwell, Va
O R Fisher Aw, Mias
K Powell. Mo ,
R Murrell, Mo
H M Har.ls, Ark
PT Harmon. Ark '
J A Dennis, Mo
WW Alien, Mo
AM Oilletie, Ind
OTUean.lnd
TB beattle. Mill .
R Monroe. Min
H M J.oobs.Ark
R8 Hnmiltnn, Ala
A BP.no, Kr
H rl Allan, lnd
J W Fo d, Tenn
J H Poit, Tenn
K l William., On
B 8 Robinson, Ohio
P B Lai an, Mo
B R Alien, Mo
B J WUiod.U LooJl
B W Lvneh, DO
Pr R N Bmltb, Ark
P M Pearson, uhieaco
V T Sanford, Mo
HT Foley, Boston
B T eoruaci. Ark
KHUrlinr. Ark
J Brown, Mo
K Krk.i. Ind
B R ' of ne, Ky
R J Ilayaei, lnd
L M Ulenenta, Mill
T E Oaeni, Aik
B J llesder-o". Ala
E T8i enr. Kv
M A Mitohell, led
8 8 Carpenter. Tena
A J lliboook, Tena
W C MoCall.Oa
R W Kimball Tena
T B Morn. Ark
U I Parka, Ark
H H Brow a, Min.
eailoal Hotel.
W. U. BINGHAM Miwiosa.
European plan. Knlara-ed and refurnished
rrioai aoeordini to else and loca
tion of rooms.
J L Sutton. Mlas 0AM Her, Misi
Autln Millor. Min L Herns,. n Aw, Tena
Mrs MO Perkins, Mll (J C Manton, lei
A J Srliwnrs'i an, Mo J L Crump, Mi l
C Call ontt, Mo AH Kenny, Mn
Mn Kelly. Mo W N hodgen. Mo
J How, II, Mo M F Howe I, Mo
rT Hnw.lr. Ma JPHo.,11. Mo
W T Williams, Ark JaWi hrlnt.,Tenn
Mrs i halinon 4c, Miss Mr W itberinaton, Xoo
J w (ir.en, lenn r u ' lark, miss
L J MoCombi, Mill G L Hunt A, Mill
AMMarye. Ill T -n.fd, In
H C Bradford. Tenn T U U matt. Ark
K A Htiien. Mlti In K ,'oruiii.MlM
Mrs J H bherrud.Misi Min J Airl la'on.Mlil
W II marling, M II 1 1' Uoul si. Mill
J J Nance, Ark J A Tui'pen, Ark
T M Kdwards, Teon M L Wall, Ark
BPHI.nn.Misi It A Joh-son, Tena
H rl Rbarpe, Tenn W B lindlry, Tena
HI Wiliiaui.on, Air JBP.ok. Jenn
L 0 tlhapman Aw.Iil Mr. T W Wriat Ae.Ala
FB Lewis, Ark J M Csnnan, Tenn
J B Fields, Mo w M Keller, Tena
BP Hunt, Ala W R North, M A U R R
WCnioBB.Ak W R Miililn. Tena
RrTBScarf Aw.TeaaMUi U Bord.Teaa
H Peyiam, Iena W U ftriokland, Ark
C H Hudion, Tenn
B J "(loo, Ala
V D Robinson, Mill
JU Chiim. Miss
V A Unoper, Mies
A n rtoiBii, iv ui
0 l
P Pnodra. Tana , W P Painter. Tenn
AMUdle, MIm Ml,! Wilei, Mini
Mill Aleiaader, Vlt! Mill Jeffrlei, Mill
Mrs Aleiander. MUl R M Rank', Miss
L I) Crenshaw, Ark Mra Campball. kiln ,
M is Cnmpb.ll, Miss IV lis K, Mt ban., Tena
W R Harvey. Ark Mrs Williams, Tena
Misi U Ooldsoy.Tena Mlsa M Goidsbv, lean
8M Black, Tenn H H Pearioa Aw, Tena
B Lewie, Va J P LaPrade, Min
R E Comings, III J St. fiord, Tenn
Min L I'anlei, Tena T L Ma'tla, Tena
Mias F Pletoaer, Ark W H W ilsen, Tena.
' Priddy llBBiae,
(Formerly Oommaretal Hotel,)
Cor. Front and JeSerioa Sis., Mempals.Toaa
J . H. Paioov, Prop'r, of Riohmond, Va.
Transient rates, II M to fl per day.
W f Coi. Tenn B V Reader.. Tana
W H Mo Hahoa, Tana L Cummiagi Af, Mlsa
J Will. Ala r n llalna. Tana
H Hun.phrles.Tenn M P lurl.v. Min
i w
Coplige, MiM
A J VinceuU Ind
H Hall. Ala
Kra L Huret, Ohio
re 8 BCroei Ae.Toon
H Turner. Iena
IA Kay, Tenn
G Thnin. Tenn
Miss K B n.ld, Tena
N W Danirl, Misi
Mn Kvant As, Tenn
' T Harnhili, Tana
A Failey, Tenn
5 II arris, Mt-i
li. Bold. T.nn
Mil. A Tbum. T.na
II Lloyd. Iena
8 II Uibaoa, Tenn
0 Komom, Mo
J 1) Hisay. TrBB
A J J"hnion, Ark
M Wiaa, Mo
L R Coleoiao. Tena
I'av.i, Ala
Danoer. Mlta
r V Janes, Ark
it n ui
D M 1
A J B, a'ner. Ark
J M Knlh, Ark
It " Ulenn, Ark
11 1! Chamber. Tana 8 F Hiror, Tena
K J Vloo.nl, Teon
K .ell, 1 (I
J N Moore, Tena
8 L Brows, Ark
8 M Blaok, Tena
ii n fAk... . k
J M tirl.kell. 1
Thi MoMn II
J P Marry, To
J H Caopar, Mi
Martin tilokav.
Tena
m. Ark
ona
. ww.'.iu.wu, n. m ..,pr, mi..
Chis Wh.a ley, Mill Martin Uiokey, Ky
par, Miss
.we rrooHir, oii.e
A Hoaiin, Tana
8 T Galas. Ark
T Hwaln, MiM
P P Meal, Tenl
J Coa chill. La
TH Palmer. Ark Wl. VnK .Miaa
J U Mckie. MiM Chai Mar-h. Tena
JHainr.Tsnn M)oga.Teias
Mrs D Bobbins, Tea M-i IdR.,bnini,Tenn
O P Jonas, Ara N V Cheitermen, ill
Lndle
Who want the nret le.t of Hats, Dm.
nets and Ha r GooH ehon'd vi.ir La
vigne's. in Odd Feliowa' Build ng.
where all good aie sold at extrtmely
lowflguiM.
Here s A PoiBter
AND YOU'LL PROFIT BY IT
IF YOU ARE WISE.
DERE'3 A POINTERI-Oood
Clothing ia' always the cheapest, as
it gives good wear and good satisfac
tion. It lastaJJay longest, and is by
tar me uear. to Duy.
HERE'S ANQTIIER POINT
ER ! The; Misfit Clothino Par
lors, 262 Seoapd f trect, sell noth
ing but good Clobing; Our special
ty is Fine Clothing, bought at saort
fise prioes from) the Merchant Tail
ors, and offered to the public at bar
gain rate.
; HERE'S A SUIT POINTER I
A real Wll-made Suit, selling for
less than a muoh inferior grade of
good can be lought elsewere, is the
Pointer witi which the Misfit
Olothino Parlors appeal to your
pocketbooks. Qur Suits are High
in Quality, but pbeap in Price. We
have tbem in Saoks, Cutaways,
Prince Alberta, Full Dress, and all
style in vogue at the preesnt time.
We have no oheap grade of suits,
but tbe eitraordinary low prices at
which we buy enables us to sell High
Grade Suits for less than the cloth
and tbe making cost The great ad
vantage we ofier make it a great ad
vantage to buy from us.
HERE'S I A.N OVERCOAT
POINTER! If you haven't an
Overooat you'll soon hare to got one.
Tou may have bat a little money to
spend, but yet you want the best ar
tiole you can get for that small sum.
Well, you can get the best for the
least money, at tbe Misfit Clothing
Parlors. ' f
' HERE'S A "PANTS POINTER
In addition to the Lowest Prices
we have tbe Bent Assortment and"
the Best Fabrics in Memphis. When!
good good and cheap prices go to
gether, the purchaser is always sure
of getting the most value for his
money. Se the point?
MISFIT
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
N.B. Remember, all alterations to
insure a PerfeotFit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE, by First-olass Tailors
in our Parlors.
J. F. 1I0LST & 1MO.
(SUOCCrWOBS TO li. it. H0L8T A BKO.
Funeral Directors.
HA VI HKNOVBD TO
Ho. 330 hECOM) ST., MEMPHIS.
A FULL and ooiaplet. stock of Wood and
Metallie Oa.es and Caskets, Clnth-Cov.
ored Oaaketi and Barlal Robes always on
hind, eev Orders by tclorraoh promotly
'
j. 6. SCHMIDT & SUN
tiunoirari auu j,.r, in va.i,aniaiB.
Hiorn and Fiatilag Taile), Bnlldera'
Herlaere, Mewtrle Sleiils sued A..
sisslietarB for Hoteli end Raildencei.aia
Malm alrsMii, ManspBla, Tmm. Kleotrir
anppllea alwayi oa hand. Ropatrla aaatlr
dnna.
ADDITIONAL KITEK8.
Whmmko, W. Va., November 24.
N'ght Kiver It fr-et on tbe gnge and
rising. Weather cloudy and cold.
Pittsboro, PA.,Novmber 24 Night
River 11 feet ,8 Incbea on the gauge
and rising. Weather clear, and cold.
Cincinnati, 0., November 24. Night
River 20 feet 8 inches on tbe gauge
and rising. Weather olear and cool.
Departed : Golden Rule, New Orleans.
Oaibo, III., November .-Night-River
10 feett 4 incurs on the gangs and
rising. Weather clear and cool. No
arrival or departure of regular pack-
j iouiBvnx, Kt., November 24.
Noot River rUirg, with 10 feet 10
inchrs in lb cnaand, 8 f( et 8 inches
oh tbe fftlJ4VVealher Clear and cold.
BuainerVulL ' '.
fmis, Mo., Noviimber 24.-Nlght
etationary,and stands 5 7-10
the gauge Weather clear and
rona.y Arrived: City of New Orleans,
NewvOrJeans. No departure ot reg
ular packets. y ,.
&t"wta Qrapesi
75 cents per 10 pound basket
We have just received 400 baskets of
choice, found catawba Jiraoes. .Thi
will be (bout the latt thipment for
thi season. lttlb a imm
Dyeing utl Cleaning.
Ladie and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
netrlih f. athers and laoe cqrtain by
Loni ReiKel, 68 J -fferson street, Mem
phi, Tenn. QnoA reeoiyed by express.
A Liberal Man.
Mr. J. L. Goodbar, tbe gent'em w
wbo bnnght m wt of the Ilo'ete n
cattle, is an old tcuoolmate of and
presented the Hon, D. P. Hadden
with a male yesterday valued at 1300.
IVILMPHIS SADDLLRY CO.
No. 280 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.,
-WHOLESALE-
MANUFACTURERS MID JOBBERS
-or-
Saddles, Harness9 Collars,
HAD D II Y H11.DWABE AND IaEATHEK.
tST SPECIAL PRICES tt Railroad ant Levee Contractors for Wairon, Scraper and Cart Harness. "
A BOX of KO-KO TULTJ
wmmmm
mm
For Wale Everywhere In Hie
ZELLNEE& CO
OUR SOLID BARGAINS
Have attraelod ;real erowda
dariaa Ilia pavst week; many have
had the rbaoee lo avail Ihrm
aelvea of theae tempiloa; prleea,
aad for ihrlr broefll wo will eoai
llone the followlna; barKlna
ANOTHER "WEEK.
A LOT of Chlld'i Button Shooi, Heel
and Spring Baal, sUodi and lub
tantiil, bait Philadelphia makai,
mall ilies rednoed from 11.50 to 7o.
A LOT of Child'! BattonBhoei, Calf and
Pebbla Ooat, lisei S tolOK, redaoed
from tl (0 to a)I.OO.
SOO pairs Pebbla Grain Solar-tip Sprint
Baal Button Show, sites 8 to 10H. ra
dnoad frm 11.50 to 91 05.
800 pain Mlssei' Pebbla Grata Bprlm
HeeI,Bolar-tlp Button Shoes, slies 11
to 1, redaoed from $2.00 to I SO.
900 pain same kind, with heeli, re
duoed from 12.00 to 91 SO.
100 pain Yoathi' Calf and Grain But
ton Sboei, nioe end troni, fully worth
12 25, itiai 11 to 2, redaoed to
FOR THIS VYEEK ONLY!
We will sell oar Lsdlei' tj.60 Cur Eld
Button Shoes, worked battonholei, latest
tyla shapes, pointed too and hlih heel
and eommon aense too and low heels,
every pair warranted, for ths low prios
of wl.tlS.
Oar Men's 13.00 Bhoei are the best in
ths land. They an made of genuine
calf ikln, with leam'eai vimp, well 6n
iihed and perfect Stung. We warrant
every pair.
Kver thinjr Kioelleot in Footwear, at
prices LUrV Eft than eliewhera.
ZEl.li7VIl A CO.
300 MAIS STREET.
Deviled Craba, Mhrlmp,
Bnlmon, Frenta Can Haefcerel,
Hardlssea, l.obalera.
Brook Tronl, Oyalera,
SlHekerr.l In Tomato Cataop,
Bweel MnfJed I'lrfclea,
Soar Pie h lea by the gal. and Injara,
Plekled Onlona, Hoi Rellah,
Wooater Hnosre, Voii.ato Oalanp,
Capera, Haalanl, Carry Powder,
Deled DrreMlna', Ollv, Olive Oil,
Cream t'B" ane, I'elery Sonco,
Celery . Kie., Kie.
J. P. BUOKHAM & CO
R. KUPFERSCHMIDT.
IMPORTER AND DEALER Of
wans, Ammanitifln, Fishing Tackle
and Mportsmens' Mnpplies.
W HOLESALB AND RETAIL.
MS Mala Mtroea, tsampbla, Tenau
Mannfaotnrlog and Repairing of oni a
Bpooialty. Largest Btook. Bestaaiortment.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
818 Mala StU, Memphis, Tenn
A HEW SUPPLY OP
SCI100L BOOKS
jrnT nF.C!EITEl. !
Frank Schumann,
Imnnrtar aad Dealer fa
Clnna, riahlae; Tackle and Sport
meal Bapplle. aay Bpoolal attoador
givoa to MANUFACTURING and R
PAIRING, -mm .
114 Malu &U,MempbJj, Tena
kV,
CHEWING GUM ii an
Untied States Be Snre
MECHANICS
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID I7P CAPITAL, i .: : : t : : (4100,000
Xzatez-eaat Paid ou X3oFoBlt;aB.
OPEN ATtTKDATD DIIILTO'CLUCK P.M.
M. H. KATZENBER3EB, PresldenU T. KATZENBERGEB. Cashlefe.
BOABD OF DIBECTOKS. .
NAPOLEON HILL, JOHN A. DENIS, , , A. rQHEN, " J. H. BI8COH.
W. H. CARROLL. J. W. WflHQHR. ' T. V. TOBfN. A. S. VKYKR,
J.C.NEELY.
8. H. BR0OK8.
BROOKS, MY & CO.
WHOLESALES
GROCERS, CO TTON FACTORS,
And CommltoxLrMerohants
Wo. 307 Front Street, : Memphis, Tenn
UVERMORE fUUNDRY AND MACHINE CO MP Ah Y.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEPT,160to 174 Adams 8L, Memphlf
Iroaamd
Brssaa
Caatlaisra.
Bntiaew,
Saw-MHla, f'
Orlat- BfUls'f
llonao K
promts a. W
Deaeral
Bepalrs,
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
r,ffia--B
IBnaeaiion In this lepartmentto JOHN MANOGCB.)
rWrlto s for Information nn ANY THTNft In either line.
sbcuritT mm
OF MEMPUIS-A SAFE
No. MADISO.V 81H1
oiTiojans i .
B. BCDI.ET IRtTNIR, Prealde.t.
H. J. ftLACM, (Jaahler. VI.B tlKIPrlSie, roller,
aniin OP OIKEOIOItS.
W.D.BKTHEL. J.R.OODWIN. g. P. BEAD. W. N. WILK ERHOB.
TTiuMoADoL. RjDtKTatek.Aw
BAVIHOS ESPEt lALLT SOLICITED. J E8) f PAID ON DEPOSIT)
THIS INSTITUTION IS AOTHORIZEd'uNDBB THB LAWS OF TBNNK88BB i
T. do a General Banking Bn.ln.n.pi.oonnt Parer. ete .To jf'MfjgJ
ValBablas of all kinds oan be eafely kept. A Dapoiitory of P'M.'ffl,1"
ew-8reHal Attention Paid to Collentloni. Patronare Respeottnlly Bniimrea.-BBI
J. T. L.PRADK,
i. X. LaPrade A Co
UPRADE,PJlcGRATH&Co
COTTON FACTORS
No. 304 Front street, : Memphis, Tenn.
tToBr.
WHOLESALE
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission nerchants;
SOO and 802 Front St., Memphta- Tenn.
Pennyroyal Fills.
kchichesteb'S esslish."
The rtgleml aad Oaly Oeanlne,
Sato and alwayi Reliable. Bewaroof wori h.
H'K'ImlUtloni. Indiiponsableto L-IIJ.
. M yonr Uraejalet lor u JblcbMtr'l
En-l'""aod take bo other, or inoloeo (
(itampi) to as for partloulari in ttviia by
rVlorn aiaU. ! PAPEht. Chi.
ehtsr bensleal Co.
IBIS as ad Mejaai. Pbllada..
Sold bv DrorriiU everywhere. Ask for
ilehsor'a voasliaJi' Ponayvoyal
puis. Take no oihar.
MtiVtli, hec'j auiei Treat.
Elegant HOLIDAY GIFT
i
aJ
and Bny the Pennine AH It-lev.
H. M. NEELY
Boiler lrea)
Hoop, Ha
and
Kbeel Ii
DEP'T, 226 and 228 Second St.
DEPOSIT, TRUST CO.-AND
ET, MEMPHIS, TEWM.
innil MnllWATH.
LaU with J. X. LaPrade A 0
MERCHANTS,
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
aim McCarthy, Proprs,
140, 142, 114 Front, Memphis.
ONE or THS LARGEST BOILEB SHOPS
is the Sooth, and 'he only oomploto
Doiier and Shaet-lroa Works In the oity.
aaalMiar.n.l Heavy Plata iron
worm of vry dewrlpltvau bpoolal
aUafitioa given to plaautioa work.
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