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The Memphis appeal. (Memphis, Tenn.) 1886-1890, November 27, 1886, Image 8

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, pst Loan fl liu learei at oidl)
ML Feet hue arrtrei nt liau P-n-l
Lo.li fat I'ne ". el TrIn
.I. ...I 1 tMI . Tai
rli ioHo.il KewOrleeoi Bill arrival
Q daily et:M
. m i le rri loejt Buod.y) l !
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evaem-a --
".-Ilip!.! '(' ..
U4 t. Bj.i-ltiMii on tbii road raa , 10.
Ian: Sew Orleniln.t Bail. " eeree
it : p.m.l Vtokabura eipreM. a,iy.
l.arelBtrilbe B. N.w Orleanife (t wail,
iaily. errirei a lit e.B.i v,ckr burg
.real, daily. errlr., ato:4n n.B.
'J:.iiia a.ivl e-Tralnl
rove M Iollo.il Vut mall B daily at
tSa.B.t loareeatluilup.B.r' m.n ,KTM
daily at 10: Ml a.m. arrirea rt j.ikj p.m,
,..-. .111. aaoouimodatloia luna dull r
sieept'Snnday, at oHillp.B. ,' arrirea daily,
..ntHnnd.. at! 60 a.B. ..tanderd time).
Umlt BMw iBa..w , n , Hriu
a.idu Moaala) X rain, leave M. and
T. da pot a folowt: No, 4, Kaniaa City ei-
preri, leareeel uitao a. m., n. 8, Baniaa
City aipraw. orn.i a t tiDO p.m. No. i,
t aaiae City Ball, leave 4 at:00 p.m. I No. 1,
K..au Oit mail. am- ... .1 Mi4a a. dl. No.
1 fit. Loan and Chlf M0 outran, leavei at
tOD p.m.l Na. 1. t , tooU and Vhicaaoei
...a.. utItm at I if a a.m. la alaot Bandar
April IS. 1. ,' ,
empale an 1 Charleaeoa Tralai
nor. aa followif . Thmnsh aiprau learei
daily at 10:00 p. toall and eipreM leerei
dally at IOiUu a f boaiarrllla aooommoaa-
tloa leaves a Jy
a!a. W ,Uaoi.iprwarrli daily at 1C:
p.a. bo mar ril la aoooBmodatioa armei
Hit- ...w.fc o.l. .VI a.m.
M'riH Birmilaaaam aad Atlaa.
Jo-Holly. Bprinti Boots-irninim or
fallow.! ffc. 1 laarai M.mphU
. . Iim,. mli H .1 1 a Mnrina-l m.1 ft :H D.H1. 1
",1 1 Bjavymv mm uvu tifiit. - a q Vt
Vo. laaifM u. Ii dnnnff daily at :00
B. I vrf.yaa at M.aipkU at lOilO a.m. I No.
Iim A.mi.ai. rfalft at 7:14 p.m.i arrlTM
.. uirm i...... 11 n.m.i N0.6 laarai
Uolly mprlBO dUy at liU a.m., arrlraa at
-i7-;ai.v ..d"Llui. BMk.-Tr.lai
. 1 lum dall at itV p.m.l arriraa at
b.b. No, i laaraa at t M a.m. 1 anya;
ati45 a.B. No. 6 (fralfbt) laaru uopanaia
daUv (asarvt baaday) at i a. B.I arriyaa
at:a.B.
THE WBATHEB.
ladiaailaai.
fiir Uabwa pnd Miumfppi: Fair
vmiSer; nearly ttationary Umptrmiwt;
wiabU vmdi.
For Jmwtret Fair wralher, dightly
eoolrr: tariabit vmd$. . . .
- For ArkamaK Fair HiMther iHgMy
marnur! variable winal.
Tht Miuntnovi. rner trill riaj below
Cairo: thi Ohio and Tenneue$ will Hit
$)ml; 0 OlW riven will change $lighuy.
ntnorolsalral Boprl,
" t,ma. Bar. I'iier. Wind. Wih'r
7:00 a.m. 30.287 30,0 fl. " 01er.
8:00 p.m. 0.27i M0 W Olear.
lOKWp.m J0.4901 40.0 N.W, Oar.
Mlnlmnm temperatara,
Oaone, 11a.m. g-.
Balnlall, OJO0.
30.
CITY JSKTYVS.
The baiauiit tenrjerrd to Judge
Howell E. Jackion will take place at
the Gaioso Hotel tonight.
There wll bs another meeting of
the Ueary George Political Land UlaD
tonight at, xaa necona sireeb
The Chickasaw Cooperage Com
pany were yeeierday granted a permit
to remind intir I actor r at cuna ut
- $10,000.
The United States Marshal is pre
i oared to nav oft ibe deputy marshals
' and lUDeivlaors wbo saived at tbe
Wonanailonal election on the 2d in
Stant.
V-C. W. Arnold sod a H. Allen,
alias P. G. Aolr, ihe Waokfsha em
' txaaler.were indicted yeaterday by the
irrand iarv lor nettv larcenv. two in-
" dictments being found against each of
tbem.
Marv Kanfoa has toed in the
Chnnc ry -XJoor fo a dirorcs from
' Ai-jruyun. alleg ng tblndoameut
. 4uia la 'Ore to provide Tor her support.
ILr. Kaoyon was for some momhs
-"emplojed as housukeeper of the
Clarendon Hotel.
Maniaie llcerses were issued yes
terday to the followieg namd pa tie :
K. K. Mamme s end Mr. EI'bs
Adsmit, J' eh l 'off e end Mattie Dran,
eoloreii, P.t-r Kmlny and Mine Olrmle
Branch, O. L Dl ksin and Mrs. M. M.
Rley, Chailes Mttkham and Mias
Ella Lane.
. A thed attached to the brick kiln
owned b Mr. Fred Jonts, and ei'U
4 Bted on Carolina s reet, near Florida
fcveone. wnadjstroytd by fire a Utile
altar nvduU' lt n ghu About 160
cords of wood Hto ed in iba alied was
all3 bnrned. The lm w 11 amount to
about IGO. Tbe Insurance, if any,
could no i be Itemed.
Carrie Nun, one of the Ileboa a'
tachedtotfie People's Theaer, rued
out a warr ni brl ire Jo tire Bany
yestsrdty, ( liarKiag Bwn-ie Markbaiu
with 'Waini her with roldilaog1!
and craikeia." That wm the languaie
of the atil.tavit, lunny aa it may ap
pear. Kitty Mens was up ou the
same charge. Justice Barry, alter
diligent Htaich, could nod no auch of
fenae in the tt.tu'e, a ad put the two
under pasoe bo u lis.
The Fire Department turned out to
two fires jttti, day. Toe Ant alarm
was from bos No. 4, at 10:20 o'clock
a.m, and waa causdd by a fire lathe
roof ol the to story frame building
N j, Stt Piomecade street. The dam
age amounted to about $16. The sec
ond alarm, at 11 o'clicn am., was
from box No. 6, aud this time a burn
ing bale uf cotton at the Chesapiake
ana Ohio freight depot caused tbe
alarm, The carnage waa alight.
Thire la a vast amount ofsecrefiy
in the Federal building; about tbe re
port of epo al Agent Wiliiamn's in-
f vesiigaion of Catt bitussU's fltoeos
ior the p iii n of boiler inspector.
j Two or tore United Sate t itinera
..are familiar wan Agent Williams's
eoncluJona, but thty ars a dumb as
. oyaters. If the Stansell matter were a
treaty of the gravest importance with
.a foreign poaer, greater mystery could
not be pre.erv.d.
O Tbe nter ainment of tbe Ama
teur Aihle.io Ataxiatlon at their
roome laat night ad led one more to
iue.brillluit aoc al triumphs for wbich
this yoang orttaoiuttioi is making so
KBSarecjfd. it gota without (ay
Jog that tbe elite of the c ty
were ttere In fore, and were
.agreeably enteitaimd. A feature
of the occasion was the singing
,. by Senor Michtleoa, of the Abbott
Ojeia Company, of a numter0f solos
Jn brllliau s yl
W. B Ileibert, conductor, Dn
Twohill, Wat. haiao, and Sarao Bunis,
brakemaa, alio! tbe Louhville, Now
Orleans a d Thxss railroad, were up
before Judge Ualdtn yes erday lor as-
eauu ana ony upun r. Murphy
and Wm. Morriseey, two tramp, bo
were funnel cooctaied to a bit car
loaded w th Ci ttoo. The cauducior
waifl edil, tbe tramps $10, and Al
bert Wbiti, who bad witueesad tbe
fght fnm a cti-oo-e where he Lad no
buameta e aUo died f 10.
Bvr heatmg aud
GabajV
cooking atovsa at
"llave you found that yoti are
Orricii t'AtgBB little danghtpr
Gaitie. who haB b'en qaite ill with
lever, is i.prorirr;.
SiCRr' ... T? . Khfliwo. of tbe
Mfrobt;u Ei.thaoKe, Lit l New
0r v db Uat etniDg.
'jiaaBiDi'iMtiBS, of M ddle Ten-r.n-e,
la vttitngat John Q. Dvia
aon'f.on Biinibr street.
A.B PABTB0ii0watid em leit
city Uat etiog via the KaMW'7
rai rrai, lor uoiumoas
home ol n'a paienia, 10 buu
rii at1, bed ol hiamothrr.
Swjiob WoirraoBirro, b lfaflioR
tuin I tbe Karim Abot' upprt.om-
pny. bai kiixllT coneotwi 10 urg iur
hia friiid, Ea.ile Ley, t Caltary
Cburcb, Hinday moruu a. Hlgnor
Mootpuriflo mil a'ng "U jaa Mi-
a a iii.l -a. F m ... In Ina
mam, Irom outoas ni.vor, m
or'g'mal key.
Bimr Fabbbll, ollohoain ave-
al 1 a l.lLita ril m
nne, la ue nappy -
.Annii lan v waiirninir 11 uuuuud. uu
wbo maae ner apperaoco bodi'
akce. Tbe title ldy l l oe cnna
tentd to-morrow at St. Brlgida
Obnrch. Vhi Kyan, ol toe mrap
Scimitar, and Nellie Byan, wili act aa
eponeefs,
Oapt. Joh Flood, ol unemicai en
eioe Kn. l,yaterdy reigned niaprai
tion and has acc pted more Inwatf' e
one with George U. Berbers A Co.
Oapt. Flood has been a member of the
Flie Ueparimrni lor yeam, auu .
braver man than he r annot be found
in the department. He did hia duty
Jaittyjauy ana wen, bdo ichti-
cellent record bt hind him.
Wiltib Rommvills, a ws'dent W
Trxv. brother-in-law ol the Hon. 11.
J. LIvlDgston, dita at Die Dome in
Texts a few days since, nd was
buiiedat the place of his birtb, near
Stanton Depot, in Haywood rounty,
Tenn., on yetteiday, November 20
1886. Tbedeotasea waa iB-yeroi
promite In ha adopted 8 ate, and a
onaltent member cf the Methodist
Obnrch.
The annual cbarlty ball matter is
belni In ely dit est d, and it will take
a pract cai soape in a iw uara. a.
am mi to be tbe general wish tbat
Geo. Peter Tra- y, a recognized philaa
tbioplst, should take charge of tbe en
terprise as manager. Should he di
o, the bail will be given, and it will
bs pronounced eurco'S. Gen. Trary
knows no aaon wora aa ran wueu ue
go's to woik for the poor, and tbe re
mit will tie qnue a large aum oi uioucy
will be raiot-d, and it will be used
wbere it will do the moat good amonir
the people who suffer for want of
c'othbg, coal and f od durlnir the
Christmas and New Year's holidays.
Gen. Tracy should now be hea d Irom,
and tbat he will be beard from in a
satisfactoiy manner goes wilhout say
ing. HER KEN AND COM PAN I .
Big Day for Gentlemen.
GREAT SALE OF CLOTHING.
GREAT SALE OF OVERCOATS.
GREAT SALE OF HATS.
GREAT BALE OF SHOES.
ToJay ws offer Special Drives in
Gentlemen's, Youths' and
Boys' Wear ri.
Oyen Every Saturday Night ChtH
9 OMocka
J000 Black and" Blue TneeaBnUa,
' - -for U'ctlemen, at $13, former
prloeflStO.
100 Satin L'ned Overcoats, of finest
material and tailor made, re
duced to $25, formerly $35 each.
At $8 CO Men's Heavy Overcoats,
worth III.
At $11 50 Men's All
worth $18.
Wool Suits,
5C0 Boys' Odd Pants at 67o.
500 Bva School 8nlts(knee pants)
at $2 98, worib 15.
Ilata and Sheea. ,
Our great Dollar U it (sold sll over
at 2fi0), the la'est Broidway
style, bl.ck and brown, only fl.
HATS FOR $1, WORTH f2 50.
Men's Sewed Shots at $2 25, worth
$3 50.
Men's Sewed Shoes at $1 85, worth
$3 76.
Boys' Cloth Hats and Polo Caps in
every varkty.
Men' Wool Underwear.
All Wool Rcarlet Undershirts at $1,
a great bargain.
Men's All Wool Cashmere Half
Uoee at 40c, worth 75o.
Men's Merino Undershirts 50c,
rqual to any sold eleewhere
at i"5o.
Opea Toailtnt S7atll t OTlaak,
MENKEN AND CO-PANT.
N B 8rariAt,roBLADiB: Every
lady ehould avail herself of the
grrat indrjcrmenta now oflered In
our Milllneiy Department. Pat
ten Bsnne a and Hats reduced to
half value. MirstV and Children's
Hats $1, upward.
Notice.
Woodruff A Olivar have removed
their carriage repository to Nos. 878
and 380 Fiont street, adjoining tbe
tiayoeo Hotel.
Boltacrtlxi lor the AppeaH.
What a lot of Hilr-tciu milk, Hol-
s'eln butter aud Uohttin cheese we
shall aaon have, and the Holstein beef
istf the lib' it ni4ity. fTTH
O,,..., ThoCbiUrcn. They are
S5VVrV eBjiniiy liable to aud
den Colds, Cotighs. Croup, Whoopm
CoiikIj. etc We (fuaraiitee Acker's
EnuliiiU Komedy a positive cure. I
saw hours, oi aaxwaa wauihini;.
Sold by k .
mk - J require any prau
irom as. "
MEM PITTS flfVMLY ArPEAT .-..SATURDAY.
Tbe Xa Uajoau.
FAREIHQTOIt. HTKWART A WHITE.
rSmpaiaToaa.
Caaa. . HoTB......Manor.
Ratei V bu tott par . ay, a-eordnt to "Ma
tt' n of romi.
8am Oawtlo, OKIo
0 f Waida, Wl
V MoUiell-a. Tax
K H tlartlotd.Pa
J f May. Ill
U P PmDlairoa, Ey
K W Uova, Ta-o
SW nKnlht D 0
II AthfT. lii ,
lln W t Uardas.iann
A Jodh, m
J K Ilolilen.TaoB
R T Ta'a. Ta n
W II mit1", T
B K Moh'-li. Md
ttnu...ik T.m U 1. Miliar. Ill
R J llama, n I
C.pt A U i-mitb. Ara OC Aroairona.Tana
HrVork.T.na t Blni ba Ml
MriiVt lonl'.ah'm.MUa liiWinnlnh m MlM
a w Hautlai.laan " o muuoxj, '
Air Il,,.rl. Tann
Dr Wm Tonnei. Taaa
V MaiiJua. Tf tai
J J riant oia. U.n
8 aikar A w. Tana
V f Bond A w, Taaa
C U And-r .Mo
C M Fia obor, Ky
T B Hud"0. M
K M Powell, MiM
K M illen, Ark
fl J Carey, N Y
II A Barber, Ohio
It T Soott, a .
J J Marshall, Ohio
W V i'o. Ohio
B A Dnollttia Mias
E L NelKon, Ark
11 J Ham. no. A k
A RBtoddaid Tana
R U Wearer, Ma
pLWall, Mo
K HDnib. Ind
M I BUbblna, lad
0 Lord, Tens
ft M Jai kton, Tana
B 0 Lewn. HI
U W MoOnny. Ttan
It T U.inaa. Mo
J H r n. Ky
J B Smith, Kf
J R linn, aiiaj
II .1 J.iknunn, Ark
II RHheipard, Ark
K L Majura, N T
ATWioter Ohio
I. MW le.Oa
Hnwa'd.Uhio
J Woods Mial
T Ki ibmond, Mill
0 Barnra, Ark
U M l.rmaa. Iod
J M Rroan, Tana
It H Hoi Int. Mo
II J Rard. Mo
V
1 I
10 Uaris Jul
ad
Hoakini. Ky
MiaaNetiieLord.Tana
Hen (;hambort, lean
Oeo uyia car, lann
J t Davla Aw. Tenn W U Taylor, I an b
Mi., n tViianB.Tann Mix My Kins, lana
J ASmiib, Tana
MraTB Kins, Tana
II I Lao. Ark
AM Haward, arc
J M Kllif, MiM
T M Haai, Ky.
T Pre ton.
Mill
Tana
0 R Ba.lard,
(JaatoB's Hotel.
W. H. BISOHAal Maneitu
Kuropaan plan. Knlarsad and reforalehed,
Frloaa aoeordlnf to alao and loca
tion of rooma.
O V Stnwall. Ark I) P Rodrn, lean
JWallen.lana Maaur Wal en, Taaa
M U UtnaikoMo B H Hat Ala
OilNii, Miai MUario.Tana
A M Graham, Mlaa U Hartna la Tana
W Uiokinaon.Tea, ROBhaadi.tO
J C Rotebroogh. MUl W R Thniton. Ind
O D fhanda, Miaa 8 A 6hand., fliaa
A S Mahaxs. M ! M llelden, Mlaa,
R Wilkinaon. laa T W Wllkianon, Mil
B Bmabam, Tana WTBarham.NM
H 1) alien, Tenn A J Meartera. TenB
MraJ Moaderi, lann Mra MoCraokea. Tana
K K Darit, Tann Mlaa L Men. lei, Tana
K R Anthonr. Tana O i) Bala. Tann
JSAdama.TeBB M V Moore. N 0
J B t-ima. fann W Peat, Tann
R A Ooouloo. Tenn T Q lohDaon, Tana
rap' tt jlariin.Tena
.a rf.riin.Tana H PGann.Miaa
W II Vairea. Mo Mra Waabwond. Ark
Mlaa waahwoid, Ark O T Alexander, Ky
n j n..n. Trnn
K A Llatar. Tann
H-0 Willifcinl, vtl-i
H POrtmtyer.Ind
M F Uoo.ar. Tann
J K Murnby.Teon
W C Htrirkland. Ark
y Wriabt, Tana
HbII.Tobo
J I) Uriror, Ark
RFCoilma, Tenn
W Bbepperd.Tenn
W Mor an, Mo
W T Mllbnrn, Tana
II Mendel, Tann
K A Voder, Tann
J A Holler, Tann
C, R Lanla. Va
W R Tbuaton. ina
B K Jobntoa, Ark
)l Rerandaa, Ky.
Prlddj Ilnaae,
(Formerly rommoroial Hotel.)
Cor. Front and Jeffarnon Bn., Memiihl,Tenn
J II. PaiooT. Prop'r, f Riohmond, Va.
Tranalaot ralaa, II 50 to t2 par day.
W N Rogora Ai,Tana WO Thompson, Teaa
ORBuwn, Ark Q 0 Wrifiu Aw. Ark
K K Tuoker, MIki J M an, Mil
U fl Howard. Tenn W R Molllne.T.na
A J Powall. 0b.ow, t h U.r la. Ark
J M Hwrarmalo.Min F Itainpt n. 8 0
BF Hart no. Mlaa Y T Jnhneon. Tann
W H F ater. Tana
mra irjartntffiao,muaa
LRNaaant, M
J Vt oent, Ind
Walkar, Mine
J J Roa Al. Tana
0 B Urabam. Ky
F Keinry, Ark
II byokey, Mm
Bl) Clair, Ark
n li.. II
A J V'Boent, nd
W L Wilklna, Mtu
II Benon, Mill
0 Giahem, Ky
R Pla .n, Ark
a rii
JJ 1
HI
I I'iemon, Miai
I Fremont, La
Batea. Mo
MraM l er. Ka
Mra D B Natent, Mo T Catwriiht A'.Tana
Dr Mewbarn.Tenn JO Mann Aw, Ark
LDDaria, Ua ORZ.II.DO
Q W Wjlroy, Mtu Mra Krana, Taaa
tnn d a vrimao, ara v 1 ' , mm.
J I. MaJnna. Ark O A Douilaat. Mlai
K woodaoai lann u m pooarino, miaa
W Tlnnaaan. Ala J N Moora. Tann
j n no
N Blakemora.Teaa K LandmUt, Tana
0 Millar, loan 11 U Martin, Mlai.
DalyllaraBMaHaMI.
Ooraar of Adame and M aia itraaU. Roami,
We, Tooand SI par aayt Amarieaa nan.
3 par day. Fir.i elaaa I
UoUl J. id. tUVtY (10
naataurant in ua
reare with f'
eoa? botm;. rrsprmor.
rp8nniyajJaB RHJ
' clJwell7TenB Moral
filV1aaoa,taaB IBM
R Paaer-Vena J Waa
hod? MotMI. rropnaor,
eaa R H Joy
, Ala
Ark
ana NQrais,
I it k in
nrakr. TaK
J R PaaraVana
aarar.Tann
1Kaa.um. Miai
J Herrmann. Ky
W 8 Mayor. K
J H Newman, Teen
II
I Ilaraifurd, irk
T.M.Tracwald. Mo
afl U V U . at
FRCa dwell, Ohio
Bjnriv Vi y v aa
VT X IlurlaanAf.Ark U W MnKenale. Miai
RFI'ail. wta.Ky J J Murua;, Ala
11 II ill 1Avbi aa m j st ni. ana
Arther.rk II M mouay, ArB
R ibvi-air. Miai u P Tailor, Ml-a.
J M-rJDh.b WRJaoobi.ini
0 U CorWrViblo J M W barton, Kj
" B.ruin. n W
IT.
J B Moaoay.Nlai UTIr
WO US by, Tln O G Cn
in HTrranob.Tex
Ikki.tian O a Graam.n. Obla
I rTOwni Aw.Te'n 0 U Pannimaa, Ha
L Hon k.rland. Aik W M North. Ma
(JJAfB ld, Mo T H Hairii, Ind .
K L rmkar, nut n si uanaeraon ina
RT AddiBgion. Ma W M Atuiwa . T.I
D H Cammiar, MiM J F Allan, Ark
II U Allan, Ala.
ADJDiiioALJl VERS.
Omoi Slow al 8BBVICB, TJ. 8. A.,1
Mbmpbi. November 26. 1 p.m. i
The fol nwinnobeervatlnna are taken
at a I s'ations named at 75s meridian
t ine, which is one hour faster than
Memphis Mm:
Ab've Low
Water. Change.
stations.
R sr Fall
Feet. lOths 10th. lOihs
Cairo 17 1 24
Chattanooga.... 13 ....... 4 -
Cincinnati 27 8 19
Davenport 2 le lea aaael fl
Pnbuque 2 8 4
Fort rSmitb..... 2
Helena 8 4
Keokuk 2 2
La Croese. ........ 2 5 2
Laven worth... 3 1 4
Little Bock 7 10
Louisville 11 6 - 1
Memphis 8 - 12
Nashville. 21 2 -
New Orleans-.. 1 6 - -
Omnha 4 0 1
Pitteburg 13 3
Ht Louis 5 6 - 2
dt. Paul...... ........
Shreveport 9 6
Vtckabnrg 2 4 7 -
"Froaaa.
Tries; ra ais.
VicKSBUBO. Mua . November 24.
Departed: Helena, Memphis: Chas.
P. Chouteau, New Orleans.
Evansvillb, Imd., "November 26.
Night Kiver 22 feet on tbe gauge and
rietog. Weather elondy and cooL
Pittobubo, Pa. .November 26 Night
Rivrr 12 feet 8 inches on the gaage
and UlllDg. Weather cloudy and cold
wttn anow.
CiNoiMii ati, O., November 20. Night
Kiver 28 feet on tbe gauire and fall
Inc. Weather clear and ecol; ther
mometer 38".
OArso, III., November 26. Night
River 10 leei 8 tnobea on tbe gauge and
rising. Weather clear and cool. Ar
rived: Hndann. 8 p.m. Departed
Hndron, Ht. Louis, 6 p.m. Arrived
la't night; Desoto, Cincinnati, 2 p.m.
City of Vicksburg. 8U Louis, 5 p.m.
8t. Louis, Mo., November 20. Night
Kiver (alien 8 11) feet, and stands
6 4-10 feet on the gauge. Weather
o'oody and cold, with spits of snow.
No arrivals or aepartutee of regular
packets. The butincu of winter has
set upon the levee.
Locwtillb, Ky.. November 26.'
Nooi River stationary, witb II It7
Inches in the canal and P ft et 8 inches
on tbe fall. WMtbor parity o ondy
and co"i. ttuneea dull, arnveo:
Oolden Kule, Cincinnaii. Departed
uoiueo tune, ew vrteana.
1 Send far llronia'il
Mi i Piter
AND 0U LL PROFIT BY IT
IF YOU ABEWiSE.
nERE'S A POINTER I Good
Clothing is always tbe cheapest, as
it gives good wear and good satisfac
tion.' It lasts the longest, and is by
far the best to buy.
IJERE'S ANOTHER POINT
ER I The MisriT Clothing Par
lors. 262 Seoood street, sell noth
ing but good Clothing. Our special
ty u Fine Clothing, beugbt at sacri
fise piioes from the Merchant Tail
ors, and offeree to the public at bar
gain rates.
HERE'S A SUIT POINTER1
A real Well-made Suit, soiling for
less than a sauoh inferior grade ef
goods oan be bought elsewere, is the
Pointer with which the ;Misfit
Clothing Pablors appeal to your
pooketbooke. Our Suit are High
in Quality, but Cheap in Prioe. We
have tbem io Sacks, Cutaways,
Prinoe Alberts, Full Dress, aud all
styles in rogue at the preesnt time,
We have no cheap grades of suits,
but the extraordinary low prices at
wbioh we buy enables us to sell High
Grade Suits for less than the cloth
and the making oost The great ad
vantages we oflcr make it a great ad
vantage to buy irom us.
HERE'S AN OVERCOAT
POINTER! If you haven't an
Overcoat you'll soon have to get one.
You may have but a little money to
spend, but yet you want the best ar-
tide you can get for tbat small sum.
Well, you can get the best for the
least money at the Misfit Clothing
Parlors.
HERE'S A PANTS POINTER
Tr .JJWSnn In lh T.nwfifit Priaes
we have the Best Assortment and
the Best Fabrics in Memphis. When!
good goods and cheap prices go to
gether, the purchaser is always sure
of settine the most value for his
money. See the point ? .
MISFIT
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Ope. Cearp tiqute, Jlemphlg, Tenn.
N.B. Reuiember, all alterations to
insure a Perfeot Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE, by First-class Tailors
in our Parlnra.
BIG SAM
,or..
IMPOETED STOCK!
TTAVK plaoid with 0 H HINDKRRON,
a JL ior . H i a w.wv . w.
OOOPBAR A to.. Main atroet, a bis lot of
man B(B or s lima ana a lew nne ir..
ndMn'ei Will lell two laar old Holiteia
Cowl at 1300 1 drop ealrai In 'ha aprlns
and w II pay lor the ea'rei 1100 each. Aik
oldlrianda to call and ua tba atork
0. ti. uwiimn.
And Still They Come
FINE HAM SEWED
CALF-SKIN SHOES
roa:aE!iTLK.HEii4
KfirETery Pair Warranted"!
OMLT B.1.00 A PA IB.
AT rilK.CUKAP CASH
SHOE HOUSE,
410 lrTain MrW. 1W pmplits.
R. KTJPFERSCHMIDT,
IMPORTER AMD DKALKR IB
(liu, Ammanltlon, Fishing Tackle
ana neoruiBiena' nnppnes.
WHOLK.SALl AND RSTAIL.
Mi Mala MtrMt. ilomDhla. Teaai
Maonfaotorir, and RepafHnt o Onni a
Bpaolalty. iitrteatHtoek. BaitaaiortBana.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
818 Mala NU, Memphis, Tenn
A RBW BVPPLT OP
SCHOOL BOOKS
JI7NT ltF.rF.lVFl.
Frank Schnmann,
Importar and Dealer la
cjaas, Plablng Tackle aad Sport,
aial Sapplios. aar Bpoolal atUntloi
tivaa to MANUFACTURING aad RB-
41S Matin NtMMmDhla. Tann I
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
rillF.A ft vlrCABTUT.Pronrs,
140, 112, 144 Front, Memphis,
fHX or TITK LARGEST BOILER SHOPS
J In tba 8omh, and the only eneaplete
Hollar ana Miat-iron worn in ina our.
eaaaalMiiareraol Urair Plato I torn.
nera ar every dmrrlailea, bpaoiai
ailantln .Ir.n t n'ant.fion wnt .
r Catir ether a'ripe at E. Wiight's
j p4jnt ,kore, 414 Main street,
I A". -ao.
OVMBER 27, ISSfl,
JlHlJ (J. I'rtsaildeuu
aaiu, aa ua,a,a . . . . . mva Bk
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MESIPHIS, TEXW.,
-WHOLESALE- .
MANUFACTURERS AND ; JOBBERS
-OF .
laddies.
SPECIAL PRICES tc Railroad
A BOX of KO-KO TULU
OUR SOLID BARGAINS
Hare attracted great crowds
Unrlna Ibe past week man; nave
aat had Ibe cbaaee to avail therm
ae I Tra ef these templlaa; prleea,
aad for their beneat wa will eoa-
tlaae the rollowlaa; bargains
ANOTHER WEEK.
A LOT of Child'! Batton Shoei, Heel
and Sprint Beat, itroni and lub
Untlal, bait Philadelphia makei,
mall liiaa reduced from 11.50 to 95.
A LOT of Chlld'l Button Bhoai, Calf and
Pebble Goat, litei 8 tolOH, radnood
from tl.50tofll.OO.
SOO pain Pabbla Grain Solar-tip Spring
Heel Button Shoei, ilioi 8 to I0X, re
duced frea 11.60 to $1 OO.
000 pain Mbj'oi' Pebble Grain Spring
Heal, Solar-tip Button Bhoai, liiei 11
to S, radaoad from 12.00 to fll 0.
BOO pairs lama kind, with heell, ra
daoad from 0.00 to fll ao.
100 pain Youthi' Calf and Grata But
ton Bhoai, nice and itrons, rally worth
12 25, ilioi 11 to 2, radaoad to fll.05.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
Wa will sail oar Ladies' S2.H Car Kid
Batton Shoes, worked buttonhole!, latoet
ityla ihapei, pointed too and high heel
and oommon aenia too and low heali,
arery pair warranted, ior the low prion
of BI.S8.
Our Mon'i 13.00 Shoof are the bast la
the land. They ara Bads of tannine
ealf ikin, with aeam'eii ramp, wall Bn
libed and porfaot Stunt- Wa arrant
w.- n.ir.
Ever thin Excellent In Footwear, at
priooi LOW ER than oliawbaro.
ZELliNfilt & CO.
300 ilJklS STItEET. '
J. h UOLIST & BUO.
(bcccishobs to u. h. holst a bro.
V
(fi ..M ))' f .
aWi afkfliK-jrSy!
Funeral Directors.
HAVE BRMOWEU TO
Ho. S30J SECOND 1ST., MEMPHIS.
FULL and somplota itoek of Wood and
Matalhn Jaia. and OaakeU, Cloth-Cor-
ared Caaketi and Burial Robai alwayi on
band. aarOrdari by Miecrapa prom our
IXivllod ajraba, Hbriaap,
aalnaoB, Prtah Can Ilackerel,
Hardlaea, Ix) baler..
Brook Trout, Oyatera,
aeherel la Tomato CaUap,
Sweat BtaBTed Pickles,
Hoar PloklM by tbe gal. and la jars.
Pickled Oalona, Hot Bellah,
W Mater Hanee, Tomato Cauup,
Capers, Bastard, Carry Powder,
Salad Dresslag, Olives, Olive OU,
Cream Cb' use. Celery Saoee,
Celery ' Ele., Ete.
J. F. BUCKHAM A CO-
SCHMIDT & SON
1i
i...nAA.. ...lara 111 Cfmms.
atiloa and rialilag Taeklo, Ballders'
Bantware, Kleetrle Bells aad Aa
aaaelMlara for lloteli and RaitdaaMi.BsS
Malaelret.Hempbha,Taa. Klaotrlc
applies alwari oa hand. Rapalrta aeatlr
rtcna.
aw , . 1 a. -rewlr H .rta. Ikam "
awa ia. worm a . at- a... wa tm a
r..MMaa4. rrm i."L I".'-' .I.TttTaWaS
MivoicaierM: y a. jot
... ...
For le F,verywhre in Ihe' TnHed Mw Be Wnr and Hriy te Cenwlne Article.
ZELLMI KIJICS S11GS BMK.
J. G.
T
Amma.
Am 'a
Harness,
ant Levee Contractora for Wagon,
CHEWING GUM ia an Elegant HOLIDAY GIFT
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID TP CAPITAL, : t i i t t 9100,000
Xxitex-eeat on. Depoaita.
ttPKK ATt'BDalS UMlll. 7 Q'CL,OCK P.M.
M. H. KATZESBERfSEB, Predent? , 1. KATZEJiBEESEK, Caahiera
BOABD OF DIBKCTORS.
NAP0LK0N HILL,
W. H. CARROLL.
JOHN A. DENTE,
J. W. RflHOMR,
AREV1ISTEAD
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
IVo. RS4 Front Wlrswl. for.
OF MEMPHIS--! SAFE
SBCDRITTJAIaK
UMADIIO ST11EET, MEMPHIS, TflMJi.
orrxoBRBi .
B. BODJLET FBTNVR,Preldeat
at. J. afaAVia..
Caahler.
aoiID OP
t a onnwiN
t avnrrr.
tm . i . II . i 1 nw
0, 1, aoimwaitti, rt
UUULaa IHAIoaui ni,a.mui." i -.
SAflBU KStPBCIAULT SOLICITED.
THIS INSTITUTION IS AUTHORIZED
Ta do a General B.akln. Bnilnaii. Dl.oonnt "Y&V&Kmf 4bmnT To Urart IneSltSi
tooal jSstaritiss. To Rave Dspoilts aad rTM
all eaaei
f Trait. To Buy and Ball Rxohajta. A
h of all kladi en ba lafaly kept. A Dopoi
Soeclal Attention Paid to Oollacttoni. P
Valnahia
avinenai niteni
J. T. LiPRADK.
LaUJ.T LaPrads A Co.
LaPRADEJcGRATH&Co
COTTON FACTORS
AND COMMISSIOar MERCHANTS,
No. 304 Front street, : Memphis, Tenn.
aH.ylMr.r.dfrotb.8add.ar,.nd
wa ara pieaea to announce vooux irieuu. an.
to larva thm In nnr nw flmDsVOitr.
tendftd at in th old lin. w trait to mont
SUGGS & FBI'TIT
WHOLES AEE
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission erchants.
slttO and 2G2 Front St., glemphlg. Tenn.
MANHATTAN
AND TRUST COMPANY.
HOAns
LEON EriL,
MICHAEL
THOMAS
JOHN W. COCH RAH,
SOL COLEMAN.
RllNKKRT.
rClVdi. r.M of ! and wward. aad UUmt UlowW ea aa. B..H
aar wS0bi?and iall looal InvoatBont Boadi aad Soosjltlai teaarally. ray
taVitSlu SI ta ssnorel. mate any inanoial boilnau raqoirlaa a aai. aad raipon.lbls
asrT, Uiua drafU, la mai to intt parahaaan. oa all parti i of Inropo. . mi
1m- W hare a eommndioui Vault for the depoeit of valoablaa. wbioh la a tha tamos st
ear eoatoman. Proa af Cbarga. r:i. .
I AHKS B. ROBIBSOHa
.p. iii nnr.ll. President.
JABJRH HATHA". Caafcler.
f J. C. NEELY.
8. H.
BROOKS, NEELY & CO. h
WHOLESALE
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commisrion'Merchantal '
IS" o. 867 Front Street, : Memphl,Tenii
"1
Mi s'y Tras.
dollars,
Scraps and Cart Haraess.
A. roHEN,
T. F. TOBlN.
J. H. BIB00E.
A. R. MEYRRtii.
& LUNDEE,
TTalow. Ttf am oh In. Tenw.
DEPOSIT, TRUST CO.1 AND
W. ST. vII.aa!lMB, ioo a imhhh
wrja. H wainua, avaavr.
DIBECIOmS.
B. P. RKAD. Vf. If. WILKER80B. .
INTEREST PAID OS BEPOrllTBJ-
UNDER THB LAWS Of TSNNKSSBa:
atmn aga Remiectlmly H'-llnited.
a.tory ot te otaw oi itnnwiw
JOHN MoJRATH.
LaU with J. T. LaPrada A Oo
... "I . .r. . ; iik.raJ natron ate el-
natnrnint muii !; " , i th. naw
narit andm.lv. a fmSST
1I1GS
ar TH.XJI
17719 Ela.
SAVIN,
1.9
WERKU
BOYLB
DAVID P,
ADDKN.
OMBERS,
BWD. GOLDS MITHJ
HARDWIu
PUKES.
EWD, HULUSJUIM, lawiiwiecai.
BB30K8,
EL M. N EELT

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