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The Memphis appeal. (Memphis, Tenn.) 1886-1890, November 30, 1886, Image 8

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biiimd w:i mn
oapekerti.'ttita Honte Tralni
0T el rollown y.ti lint Ira-el t '
a.K.l ht. Loon (ul tin leave et 8:
w.bu Tut liwo unm mi li30 p.m. I bt.
Looii (' a'.Tivel t 8 :40 a.m.
atlaalealppl tiH.-Trili
mot u lollovii Orleana mill arrivel
dally It .: leave! leily eiMi' .
bardil ManiLaiood'tiuB arrivel dally et:
a.m.! loev.1 d-lly .t 8:tS p p.. Lj'""
fcotfht arv,oe d.ily (eioeiil fundir) at S.SH
aa..: U.ra dull lunvl btindny) at Sitt
I Ukil a..;, a.. niT atnD At na. ata-
liL ... Whiiahina. Hum La", Neibil
tioai, n
IBd MTU
aU"aV.p,t VallfT (
mad T. ay.i 1'raiui os tbn rora ran aa ioi
lewi: BewaOrlearifn-t nail, daily, leave!
at l-SO p.m.. Vlctaburi eipreia. doily,
leave! atVlna m. New Orleani Lit nail,
ally, arritoa l:0 a.m.; Vioiibar. e
areit. nei'V. arrival at R:4o n.m. i
'Xaaieeilia aMl a.liville-Trelni
aerial tellewii fait nail arriTaf dally at
t:lfa.a.i leeveintiuillip.m.j an1 1 UaTM
a , at Hull) a.a.l arrive! at :U0 p.m.
Jirownivllla aoeotniuoilBttoui leavei daily
aioont'boaday, at :ile.m.t arrival daily,
,-,p Monde. . at 60 a.m. titaadard time).
tjalf (kuua ll,iri.
I4 and aweaiipbial Tralni leavo M. and
T. dapot aa M om No. 4, Kama city ei
treu, laarM at 10:45 a.m. I Ko. I, Keniai
City aiprene, "' at 1:H0 p.m. No. ,
Kaaiai City moil, roevel atoifX) p.m. No. 1,
Kaaaal Oltw niell. arrive at Slt a.m. Ho.
tit. Loali ana Okleaco eipreai, learel at
itiO p.m.! Na. l.ftl. looia and OhtoMoei
nraat. arrive atlitfa.m. Ia afoot Sunday,
iprll W.VU.
Maaapbla ul otrlaoa Traill
Jioto a followii Tbroach tiproai !
ally at lOrtM p.m. Mall aad oiproaa UaTM
ailOrfna m. tasaaanilla aooommoda-
tloa loaooo maUy, axoopt Banday, at 4i40
m.n. Tkraaukli unnii arrlvaa dailv at 6:85
Mail and ipriarriTM daily at 1C:
.m, HomoTTUla aooommoaauoa imm
allr. oiaart Baiday, at:9U.m.
llemittila, aurtulua;tiaaa audi Atlai
tie-Holly Borlnn Ronto Train! doto at
follow I No. 1 !. Momphla dally at Ii46
P.m. rTto at Uolly dprinci at 5:M p.mM
Wo. t Imtm Hiliy dprinia daily at 9:00
a.m. i atWot at klamphli at lOilOa.m.l No,
loaTMUatpku daily at T:16 p.m., arrlTal
at Hon Hunan at 11 M D.m.i Ma. 6 laaral
U oily ttpriaai dally at lili a.., arrlra at
HampkM at (ltd a.ia. .
Mmpkli aad IJtUa Kx)k. Trainl
tor ai follow! (aoatraj ataadrd timo)i
Ho. 1 Imtm daily at lift p.m. I arrival at
I p.m. 8o,llaavMatfttWa.m.i arriTM
at i6 a.m. No. 5 IfroUtat) loaraa Bopanold
daily (aio.pt Sashay) at iZ a,m. arriTtd
TnWBATlIEg.
t . ladleatlaaa.
For Alabama and Miuiutppi: Fair
wifAr tn Iht tovthern pattion; light
ratM in the northern portion;- AighAf
tookr; Kmlhv$trr)y windi.
For TenmtnK Light raitu; dightly cooU
tr; winds generally witly.
For Kentucky: Light rains; no decided
hangs in temperature; variable winds.
The iluwsiippi river wOl oontiwu ris
ng Mo Cairo; the Ohio river will change
ighlly; thd Other rivers will fall slotcly.
Cola Camtas.
WaaaiMTOi, HoTambar 2D 10a.m.
Oaaarror, Miapbiii
Bolit cold wire plenal. Tbo (rm
peratare will (all 16" or more daring
tbe next twenty lour nours.
taaraloKlnal Roport.
Man pmii, Tana., NoTombtr 20. 18M.
" Time. Jlar. Tner. Wind. W'lb'r
7K.m. JOHro 47.0 RW blew.
8:00 p.m. !r)84 ftSO K. Ol'ndy
10:00 pm 62 0 RW. 0,'qdy
Maxiuiuui Uiuipefrtture, 65,
Minimum temperature, 47.
Osone, 11a.m., 1.
Ralnfatll. 0 .or.
CITY NEWS.'
. Tbe Jury in tb cim of the State
. Ault aad Allea oonilnae ii diaa-
r
Jim Gorman and Robert White,
'colored drajmrn, ware arreaUd yea
terday for drlTlng reckleaaly through
the ii ret ts.
The earnlntaof the Lonfavll'e and
Nishville railroad (or the third week
In November are . $29S),545, ageini)
(271,640 la m, aa increase oi 27,
90S. The earn'ot-a of the Meraphli acd
Charleston railroad for the second
week In Noembr are $14,675.
against 141.158 la 1885. an increaas of
$8417. '
Tbe banquet ot the Bt. Andrew
BoclRty will take place at the Gajoio
Hotel this tvenini at 7 o'oloik. A
good time is In tore l-r the partici
pants. . ' .
Tka fkoUnia will ahaa-go watohea
tomorrow moroiog (Japt. O'llaver
and BarRt. Kubnhrls o on Ht mid
night, while dp'. Il-ckatt and Sergt.
Bcoit will eei d rut their relief at ro n
each day. . This, will rtmaln In (oroe
nntil Fui rua y lit,
Yt-eter 'a the case of the 8ta'e
ts. Oba-iei II j ward and Rwrna Koar
lett, for tha aauaoioaiion of Jur ies
Graham in the EleTrnth O vil D s
triot, eaionmitcn cf tie A'tomey
General continued lnd. fl. i'e'y, the
woman heiticp a -el unrlerflOiXl bond.
Ilonaid was refund bail. '
Prayr mm ting Bvices were held
in the Third Prm.byierian Chu'ch
(Oheliei) Uit week, followed by com
munion at Sunday:. The nmeiirgi
will eootinna ttiie work every n ii t
at 7:3 J o'clock. IVeiching by tbe li v.
B. M. Farria, of 8 imeivl le, Tenn. The
bine line ol ears ran by the charch,
' All are invltid.
J. W. Dv'e, a switchman (or the
Lm'svUie, 'e O.lrans and Texas
Ksllioid, was arres ed last nixht upon
a warrant sworn out by Policeman
Jackson, oha glog him with "rnnniog
railroad cars r cklewiy, to the dinner
oi tne peopie." juavli put np $50 for
his appearance btfore Judge Iladden
tnis morning.
A two story frame honse, rl tutted
on the New Rliga road, some two
miles end a half from the city, was
dettrryd by fire about 10 o'clock last
sight The house waa unoccupied
and tha lira is euprxs d to have been
incendiary. The building wis valued
at aoooi fztuo, ana it is said waa
owned by Mr. Wat 0 rong.
Depnty Sheriffs John R. Mi'ler
and Walter went out to the "point,"
even d a half milt a from the citv.
last evening, aid p ecsd utdr-r arreai
uod Ainrreii and ureen Uu ler, whi
are changed in a warrant awo-n out
before Just'oe Pope wt h a'eaaltlng a
man nanrW Jake B idle. Gren and
Butler, it ia iid, touk Bodle from
wagon and beat him badly. Tner
gave bonds (or their appearance before
justice rope.
Mr. Tueodore Gaorge, th wrrs'
ler, in order to set I tbe quettion of
bis snoerio I y, will wrea fe any mtn
n Metnph'i, ' Paul-eo prelnrred,
Grwco R u at fouli barred, far $100 a
side, acd bis dennaited a forfeit with
the sporting editor of the Afpsil.
Tbe mated to take place in private be
fore twenty men only, no gate money
to be charged. Now, If Pan sen meina
bajinfs'. fe'eiabuebaace, '
Toe f llonicg cacned parties re
ceived marriage licmees yes er Jay:
Genrg Goldman, co'o'ed, to Hist
Tilda Bill, co o-ed; 8. K. B akemsn,
colored, t Maggie Olark, colored;
Robert Fl'tniig, ooh red. tn Mlsa
Mutba 8 rtton, colored j lry Lar.
reubee t Mi'S Giriii Binton, L wi
Weisenbe' to W . ChiUiine Kanl.
mm, O. vv, 0n t Mi s l.ucy W,i;,
ford. J. M Foes it Mlia L bhaJ.
P.viv W. A. Gibbon to Mm E t.e
1IOTEL AKRIVALS.
TJlK Hrw llnynii.
TARRIHUTON, BTKWAbT WEITK,
PwireiiTOM.
Cme. O. RoTB.....Manier.
Ratal Su tott per . ay, aooidiuf to leoa-
'' of r im" ,
wnnn.. Kli p k Klrhn r. Ma
l)r P K vV.lun. Mill rm A J Inli, Mil
Min r Uitii, win
J B Ui'e Ark
M T Baylca, Ark
J 11 webo, 6F
K 1. ono. Irnn
J N (1'Nt il. Mill
I Vi in loo, Ml
C B Janiia, Mich
nUilxr.HO
J P 'Ibotnaa, H ia
O (1 lloiol'or, Ki t
H K Muntor w,Te
(J r Dl.ra, Ohio
W A fo ry, )o
UVTbixai Miai
J 11 Albejr.Ark
R I. Li,r, Tonn
Will, Mia
I) V I'racr, lnd
I r llitne. H U
K Koabe, M 1
R W ItaxUr, Mo
II II U..kk.r. Ma
L l.ery au-, Ml
WmQoarlaaJr, Ttnn Mli Hnrton, Trie.
Miaa Code, l'.na Clauds Wil , Tonn
I. no I. Tana
I If tiaoderaon, Ark
r r Karnai, Arl
L L Fiai har, Tena
II IliU'bcofk, Kan
Mai vii.ya.a, In
L 0 Llnlan.y, Mua
L Mrliona d, Tran
n KcU haro, Kaa
L Ii llarvar, Miaa
T K Mi ra y, Min
Oeo B Matnall, Tana
U C Krilano, lnd
1 I. Flairhnr, mil
A Inta'. Obio
H I Harria, win
V M Srolt, Min
11 l Talmadxo. N J
iC Arm.lrnm, lnd
M Hiohmon, HI
WWW nnil. K
if V WhiU. Mini
A M Litiltji.hn, Mill W R Walli, Triia
M K Ulaok, ti I r Leiainsar, vano
N O'enory, Ark , N W Ma. on. Ark
Col 8 Kalian Tana W J Willu, Miaa
Jf Connor. Ml.a W B Connor, Mill
I, Lrwla, klo 'WW Cumailma, Tan
MWuMi-.NV PO Mnrria. Tana
J Krin.ll, Tana J J Will iamaon, Tann
W 11 Morrow, Tana Q a Uaakotia, Toon
?L Uannam.n.Ohlo K B B b , Mm
L liana, Miaa J H Pratt 4, Tana
M Jaokaoa, Ky iw o ion ay, xana
AAtwood, Ky V V Blmmonda, N T
M Hardina. Mill Ed Belabor. Pa
J B Park. Min 1 Beaoohi, Mill
n lllmi. nflaa W l.aa. Miaa
Y i . . ii ' l a u It t . Thh
tfnan t amoaa, miaa ji n riM'l. awMi"
W AEreriaan, T.nn J B H'l bouae Af.M I
John Graham, Tana IrTJ Uardlni, Tenn
ft. :.
in Harnini, loan ii 1 ivarn.i, a
I B rnempaon, linn
J J Turner, lnd
B A B ran, Mill
C II C' lanan, Ark
L H fchapiH.nl, N T
MO Hillllpi, Mill
L, A Hreata, Ark
i B I'ortar. Ark
HI, I nurman, tana
J J Pany, Mo
!J ""other. Oa
M Wade, Va
P MoLawi. Mill
l Mion. Min
0 MoCnrdy, lann
a a ri . - i -1 - a .l.
C J Graham. Mo
R M Parkin. Ua
K H CaiUe, Va
W TAIex.Bdar, Mill
O FPnllmao, Tana
F W Biavena, Tenn
JT Caldwell, Ark
M B rorr-it, Mo
A C Marrell, Ky
O B Bradley, Ky
8 K Arnold, Aia
i n iDia. aa
M ilartaall, Alk
J Mead, Ky
ft Crana. Ala
li i nowera, nia v inioit miaa
8 W hontt, Mill t B Hennlion, Ark
wt m n J . .
V II U.o t. Mm
11 CHawley, Ark D n rrlce, Tenn
P I, Bwanaon, lann.
Oaaloa'a Hotel.
' W. U. BIMaaAM...,..-....Mimoia.
Karopoaa plan. Knlariad and refnrnlihad.
Prion aoanrdina to ilea and looa
tloa of roomi.
yUardlrf w, Tann Mii A Anthony.Tenn
WDavli.ll J0ler,Vaui
R II Mollin, Mill J M Berry, Mill
J B Perkini, Mi.i R K Barkitt, Min
W Hal owayAw Tenn B Y Buakiit, Miai
J H Viiher. Tann W H Rrlra. Tenn
J A Mo row, Tenn MiaiMHImontoii.Tona
II T Himonton, Toon it W B iliry, Tena
Prkoit, Mo AM yen, Mua
A "iri, jr, Mill W I) Myeri, Mill
J II Tucker, Mm O W Jon. i, Mo
Muter U Jonea, Mo WTJone., Mo
(i M Woodi, Tann Mn A blaoliburalii
J B Fdillm, MI'i Mlri L eiunderi.Tenn
R F Jackaon, Tean J K 8nod, Tenn
11 A Daatun, Mm W 0 Mrl kland, Ark
B Latham, Mill T O Bt rk., Irli.l
J K Murphy, '1 en a W N Mi rgan, lann
(i Willlami, Tenn J U Lindiey, Tenn
J A Andrewa, Ala Miaa Knag raid, Mill
R D 81 per, Ala J I' Klvni, Min
K Bea-". NY O W OibHona, Tena
Miaa MUibbnni,Tenn Mla A Uibboni, Tena
MnJH Ar.hur Mv jf II '"o, wiu
T PTurnar, Ten 0 While, Tenn
J M Arthur, Mo H 0 aoorman, Tann
JN BhudeiAw.Tenn MriiTh 'rmao AJo.Tin
II Comuton. Mi.a H B Uullen. Tenn
A HmlLh. Mill
r unainneri, Art
Houra, Mo
D Chaaira. Mlal
811 Cirtrldaa, Ma
Ut rewi, Min
SII Lombard, Mill
Kihn, Min
A xm ti, Mm
J K Aldridio. Mill
Mlaauunln tbamlV
j II riherard, Min
J V llodrci, Ml-I
, W F llod.er., Ky
HIM
ft H L lleii, 1"0
M O Let are, M V
A Monk, Ark
J M Folkei. Ark
J R Hone how. Ark
J rileillob, lenn
R llaikini. Ark '
U W R uorlii. I-. Ill
UOSBteiall, Ark
A M Howard, Mill
An ftl 1, i.. t
Jl v Proaltl, Tnn
r rreaiK, rii - i 1 I tbwiiii lava
M rolaman. Tenn J W Allea. Tenn
A lle.ter, Tenn J B Freeman, Tena
SB Wriiht, Min
n anocni, ra
Mm J kdward. Mill
W T Ward. Miai
J M Hal er, 111
N N Ward, fciji
Ml-iN kilii, Te
Ml-lN kilii, Tenn Lewi, Vaden. Vi
11 0 Meaoham. Mill 0 Kiaht. MAO
JO O'Neal, Ark (5 W P,t, N Y
WRMoCraoian.Tann A K Will amaon,
Va
UK
RMoCraoW.n.Tinn A K Will amaon, Mill
G WJiinai. K,
4 JuD, n I
W L Armiitiinf, Vr
A V llinohman, Kaa
J W Olark T Min
HPatUnon, III
B Thuraiaa, Va
A n IMT-y. Mo
A N C Tockr,
J Jonai, Jr, Oa
K A LeaUr, Tn
Mill D J MoUonaldAw.Mlii
1 a rianer. linn
M MoTiaha, Ark
A Monk. Ark
F Branohi, M Y
H iianlner, Min
B P Blithe, Min
W A Koonoa, Tenn
A LnUr. Tana
m n AluaraiBi awvu
M flUnoll.nd, Ark
KB Smith, Ark
Le Hill, Tana
J Mann, Tann
(I II Uai.dnn. Tenn
ftj a A i ..
I rirdley.Tonn
W MeOraoken, Tann OAS (,,, Tena
U FHireraid. Tann w Fowler. Ma
W t.odaon. Mo A Mark, Tann,
W P Aloaindor.Tinn (i W R Cailii. Ill
H It Louilnsi, 111.
Prtditj llnaae,
(Formerly rommerelal Hotel.)
Cor. Front anil Jeffnraon Ma.. Memphli.Toaa
J, II. PainpT, Prop'r, f Riohmend, Va.
TraueUat ratal, 11 M to ti per day.
W O Onrdon. Min I B Nntrnt, Mill
W U Wilomiki. Ark Vr J w farter, Ark
mill v ier riet. An vr na'ion, Mian
M kllintt. H O
B CnuiW. Miai
II url.uiald, Ky
11 L Dremn,.Tenn
h M , Iron
O ii Olrlile, Mill
A Sto'er. Miai
W L MoCagiriy, La
W H K lar, Tenn
T II Johnaon, Ark
C K o-di m, Tenn
CW Carroll, lenn
E Lnveit, lVnn
w Mauitnu.Tenn
W llieai ry. Ark
K Motaan. Mill
lluih iiry-na, Tena
J W B.ttle, Min
F 0o. Tina
F R Hibnh Tena
1. I'Hie, No
J II tl' Vral,
Tana
J (H'.hl.hl, Ark
B J llmlmr, Mln
J N Monrr. Ta' n
A W Vanihaa At, Qt
H II Oibi in, l ana
T ! loii, Ar
8 II Molninkld. Min
BR llemb I Aw, Ark
8 8weaney, Mii
" ' ion, lenn
D f l'itt ronf.TannK ' I'rioa, JVnn
J J Clark, Ark W Itn la d, Ala
II 0 urion, Ttnn W II Camera, 111
J J (libbi iw, Mill T II Onrrutt, Mill
L Ryaon, Mi T Phllllpi, Ark
A I) MoOoy, Ark. II I amnort, Miaa
W I) Lann.hnn. Ky B II llairiana. K
C L Power! Aw, Tenn J M twartn(in. MUl
H II Ha' par, Miaa
1.8 Like, Tenn,
O I Hotkao, Kn
J John'on. ArK
ilin R Mil er, fll
i V lluihei. Ark
ii narrn Jrw, xaan
lliiwman. T.n
F Limn, T
F runnlnihara, Tex
B F -troni, Mill
A t Roolnaoa,
TBII .mn. IV
TRalilln, Ark
i noomaoa, lana
n B Martin, Tian
JO Willlami, na ,
Andenon, Ark
Miaa B Plait m, Mill
R B Thornton, Tana
an
Wa i"
J Poll
laltoa. Miai
Hard. Ark .
U Moouaik Al, Tana.
attye Iiroprai II at el, "t '
Corner of Adami and Main itreeti. Rnonil,
60o, TAoaad i par day) Amerioan Plaa,
II per day. Fipi oImi Raitauranl In tha
Hotel J. M. iiiirii tiu yeariwltk raa-
linrlv HoLall. ProDrlrtor,
MCH illini, N Y
II M uartev,
,r! faaa
I L boynton.
o
W Mai leather,
8 Maiaawald, Mo
LRK'tohim.CaJ
K f Irene Tnn
F IVcC innell, Mo
U Martin, Tenn
O T K.'hrr, Mo
(1 H (I'llirna. Ublo
Jt O J"h'ion, Mo '
M J Walker. Mill
J Uiney, AwTona
F L Uopk aa. MUl
U 8 Ueoaer. Ma
M'l M Ihomai, Tenn
. 1. J '1'
' A.rt.l"'P fe
r a aimrvii iiqa X.. KL. T1 ,T,V
i r laer. Md
r". auihtod, MUl
TO Froil.Tit i 1 Limit, Mlia
A i Vo'.ran Tnn J Mawait, Tean
MraCN Cla-k.lll Mra K ,H Kariro, III
L Fiiohall Aw, 'lenn P M Morrii, T- a
Miaa rva B.mrl.Ttnn H U ban, N
8 HSlewait, Tenn
J P Mi.ma An Kt
I U Urora, 1)1
A Haundi'l, A'k
FJi aldwell, Tenn
W ft Hubert., Ohio
J Tiber, lenn .
T pitivan. Aik
J. K Mar la, Oa
G MoOulloa Aw, Mo
llJr Whtrton, Tana
RPR In-i, Tean
W II Bark Mo
J bun o. Ark
Al-I Hnnaon, OMo
Mike tinkle, Tena
II Va iibo. linn
Iturrlmt. Ark
John Th rntnn, Mill C (Iriaia d, Tone
B Oariuichael. Ark W Mureluad, Ajk
A L Maidon, NX r IV nrey, N V
f Hleaaon, rk
J W rmitn, Tean
H 8 Vorien, enn
W P flenlry, T'nn
W lit 1 J T -
1 1 I I .'Ul A.PUM
1 K Kll.worlh, Ohio
I li L Harria. Tean
B8rirai,T'pa
n, lnd
M L liai har. Va 0 M llodaei. Ark
B L Mormon, Mill J H MoCail, MiM '
Jamil Aibton, Tina.
Jolin lVttJeb, Itent tick y Col
At wholesale to denlere, 27) cents per
ban el. Oroer Front and Market
atieets. Telephone) No 700,
WBtosWm&
Elixir is Wtttmntod, is becauae it ia
the beat Blood l"reparation known.
It will positively cure all Ulood !
enaes, purities the whole system, and
thoroiipbly builds up the ooiiaUluuoa.
licmcmbor, we guarantee it.
U Jamlaon, lux ft "limn, ma
8 W Holder, Ohio P M ni,n. Ark
0 V ildman. Mo Bad ar, Tar. a
5TI Pn.ett, Mm L Moore, Tean
i'kt Lulrav. t'hio John Wrae. lana
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, XOVEMBF.ft 30, 188G.
Peakody Hotel.
O.B. BALLOrVAt CO.. Paoejirrors
Eatra ti W and S3 par day. aconrd na W
aita and location of room iipoolal
mad ratM. . ... .. .
AWrltt,Va RWTaU.80
J 8 Martin. Mlu W n Nournnr, Mill
V Maim, vo BJAb'Miit, NY
8 D'tr..ff, Ark teal. Wu
J A 1 ip'on, ions unann.iona
A Weinbaum, Tenn W H MoLanr' Ho. Ill
J w Kalalillav. avy b i;rannea. tana
W h II ard. Tann
J Mann. Tann
O Herdnn, Tann .
J t niilir.Teoa
W A Koonro, Tena
C 8 A i-baw. Tfnn
W R MoCrackeo.Tann
V I Power, Mo
E C Iirytdale, Ky
M Woodion, Tenn
F A Felton.Ind
Vn Beat le, Ark
E A Judk ni, Mo
II F Lrnox. Ark
BBBile. Mo
L P ooi or, Mln
3 W Roller, hlo " '
J J Owen, Ark
WLHo.d. Ky
H li HINne. Mo
B A WarnerWw.Ark
3 W I'll, ki tin, Mo
W 8 Bnwen, T-na
b hroi a. mo
8 Laiikaoir, Oa
J H 1ripl.lt in. Ky
CUMoury HI
U t ll MO
T H ninari, Rio
P8 Pi.ta. UC
J C Von B- rua, Ky
r, II lleli, Ark
R V Abbey, Mi-I
B H Jenhini, M Y
w II oti. Ark
F P Lamb A ', Tenn
FBcbaa, UolUnd
K Weitverr. Ill
J McDonald. Mo
P llalloran, Ky
p u baiVDH, oiih tt j ine. mi.a
AD Hobini m Aw.MiiaMrail B Uilliird.MlM
8 ULolonii, MIM
K G Jaathe. Miai
J Wrl.hl. Va
D X I ate, e V
W B Uunlap, Pa
Mn JA Andenon.Tex
Min C Conway, lann
L W Hilton. Mo
J Q Lueai, Tenn
A M bUlndlar, N T '
ilThompiuo, Ky
F Duller. Ohio
r A Winchert.Mioh
Ruhai'D, Mill
O W ( nrtit, Mo
F W Harbin. Tana
T B Jaonei, Pa
Geo W Hit i. Ia
J H Bohoolleld, Mo
A B Pickett, T-nn
A Booker, Tena
R0 Hanna. Mo
A Rllverbnrs, N Y -II
T Palate. Pa
ajiri Meiien, lann
J H Cain, Ark
f D Bennett, III
I H Monford, N Y
a W Dowd, Tana
H Moriei, 111
DCF-arrlifton.MUi
W L Youna, Ton
W IPartnalee, N Y
f B Perry, Pa
Mn M Wolf, MiM
fl Leak, M t
F Maauira.Mo
1 Van Horna, Man
W A Donald, Min
F H Milburn. M Y
J H finnlap, Pa
WB Street, Ark
W U Douahtery, N Y
D Wo t. N Y
H L Galon, Tann
WW hut edie.Tinn
J M Jonei, Ua
M W Blin, Mo
R Sprnnt, Ohio
FA Hof.ri, Tenn
OVTatum, Ky
JRBottei, Tenn
W 8 M.o o, Tann
B Rnffin, Tann
Mra It Rnaiell. MUl
RM BUn dolor, Mill
J DBmith, Min
A Jackion, N Y
0 Jamlaon, N Y
0 Jaonlnn. Cal.
JJoaeph Ad, Ohio
jr8 Ham, Mln
j B Shield!, Mo
J J Kiohardi, Mill
J A Mo to, N Y
C B Cowler, M !
t V Larkin, R I
R W T.yior, Pa
w uonen, ft u
R M Balmon, Ky
A Peabody, N Y
J T 81 die, aliai
0 W Foloher,
V
OICIarie.Ky
Q 0 ALen, Tena
F Bowman, Ti'a
H 11 M.llaok, Ky
It j Wendel.Tana
O petal, tenn
A lilake, Ttnn
B F 8t m, N Y
B A H-iill, Pa
0 0 Jonei Tenn
T Ha tman, Ark
B Johnaon, N Y
I) A Marion, Cal
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SALIBUBY'S TBOUBIDOUBS.
all Balabnry. John Webater,
r aotio W obiter, Harold Courtney,
a uiair, frina moidrr,
ri Frask Meader, Chaa E Bornemaa.
ial VlrsibaFalirai.Miii Maria Bookel,
Min Montevllla.
ADDITIONAL BIYEJ18. .
Tub river is (resell at St. Paul.
Tus Obio river Is falling at Pitts
burg, but rising at points below.
Tbi river at this point is rising
qnite rapidly and a erest deal cf drift
wood in dialing past the city. During
ihe 24 hours end rg at ncoo yesterday
tbe gtuge recorded a rise of 1 foot and
6 teiitus. .
CAPr. Dcmlap, of Gray's I-on Line,
Plttrburg, is in the city. Ue ia here
await'rg the arrival of the towboat
Iron Duke, which has in tow a barge
loaded with railroad iron for Ihe Mis
eiseippl end Tennessee railroad.
Tbi new sles-ner Oliver Blerne
piseed to New Orleans Sunday even
ing, with about 050 tons of fe ght, in
cluding 6IK)J sacks of corn which she
sdded la tbe bends below Cairo. The
Bierne wis at Helena all of yesterday
taking oa 2600 bales of cotton.
A littib received yeitcrdar from
Mr. G. B. Haldeman, chit f clerk of tbe
enagboat Ii. G. WrU hi, gl vis tbe fol
lowing list tf snags deatroyrd .by tbe
United (States SQagboat H. G. Wright,
nndertbe supervision of Maj. A. W.
Miller, corps of engineers United
States Army, Bt. Lioia, Mo .between
Memphi", Tenn,, and Cairo, III,: 1 at
Uop'fldid Bend; I, at Cheek Iiland, 7
at linn Island, 1 at Peebles. 9 at Brad
leva, 1 t Island 40, 1 at Outlet', 1 at
Centennial Cut OS, 12 At Bend of 35,
12 at Billeton To ahead, 4 at Pum
Point. 2 at Elmo, 8 at Fletchers, 8 at
Gold Dust, 1 at O'Doonells Point, 1 at
Barflelils, let Obi ui Bend, 1 at Bales
Point, 1 at Dyerarinrg Landing, 3 at
Bend tf 21, 1 at Mltobet's Towhead, 1
at McAllister, 2 at Pates Landing, 6 at
E klis Bind, 4 at Renos Landing. Sat
Uptonville, Sat R ddles Point, 7 at
foot of Maud 1, 1 at Lstera, 8 at
Lucas Bepd, 4 at Piuctya Bund, and 2
at Bojllrys. She a'ao cut 4u6 treea on
caving haLke, ard e'eared BuUt-tou
thoroughly of had braikand alsithe
picket iRndinfis, removing tbe etam(S
from the shrre.
R1TER9 AnD WEATHER.
Orrii B SionAt Bbbvici, U. 8. A.,
Mxmphu, November 20, 1 p.m.
The lol owing observations are taken
at a 1 s atloos nembd at 75 meridian
t me, which is one hour faeter than
MempMs t,lm:
iti've Low
Water. Change.
Rsk Pall
Feet. lOtha lOthi U);hi
22 5 7 ......
It 27
30 2 14
7 ;i
2 - 13
1 8
15 6 i
- 8 4 .
8 1 1
2 6 4
4 6 4
11 1 3
14 - 10
19 21
1 1 1
4 9 .
7 7 13
4 5 M 4
. ...... ........ n ......
10 8 3 ...
6 6 15 . -
STATIOHB.
Criiro -
Chattanooga ...
Cincinnati ,
I) i vp n port
Dubuque
Fort hmltb.....
Helena
Keokuk ,
La Creese. .......
L'-avenworth..
Little Bock
LoulBviPe.
Memphis
Nanhville -
New Orleana...
Omiha
Pitteburg
Bt. Louie
Paul ,
Bhreveport
Vioksbure
'Froiin.
WaaauNa, W. Va., November 29
N'ght River 11 feet on the guga and
faliiog. Weather cloudy and cool.
OiwomwATt, O., November 29. Night
River 30 feet 3 inohei on the gauge
end ilslngslowly. Weather clear and
owl.
Cairo, III, November SO. Night
River 23 leer on the gauire and riling.
We. thyreoid, with r.tn thie afternoon.
No arrivals or departures of regular
packets.
Evansvillb, Ibd., November 29.
Night River 24 fet t on the gange and
falling. Weather oloudy and cold;
thermometer 39 to 88. Arrived: Ohio,
Ciuciuuaii. Departed: Ohio, Mem
phis. LocuTTLiJi, Kt., November 29.
Night River rising, with 11 feet 3
inches in the canal andShetl inch
on the (ails. Weather c'oudy, indi
cating snow. Departed: Charlie, Glra
desuandCreecent,New Orleana. Buai
new doll.
Caltabt Church choir wl'l sing at
the Central Bapt s Church c moTt at
the Yourg Meu's Hebrew Aencia'on
Hall Toured y night. Ad minion, 50c.
The Demand
For prettv hare, bonnets and ba'r
go di has been ve'v ac tve duHnt the
tall. Lavtvne, In Old Fellows' Pui'd
iog, carries a large stock of ihs te t
Sulwcrlbe lor tlie "AppeaL"
r. .; . , li-. . -a -."
IL LO WE.fTtI. A "rs!
Mti inistitteeoiNiMiiii """M
DBE 4S GOds. DRESS S00D.
EiTRAORDINARY VALUES.
. , ;. ,
Cone Today If You WantBarAl
: ' .. I J !')
Bead Ibis Cols ma, It Will later-
' --est Yea.. .
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One lot Double Fold Solid Colored
' Oamelite Cloth, splendid value',:
, sold all aver the city at 40c, par
- prloeonly :
25c PER YARD.
.... .
.One lot Double Fold Hair-line
Stripes, splendid goods. Bo!d
all over tbo city for 40e, our
'price only
One lot 38 inch Atl Wool Shooda
, Cloth, worth 60c, and cannot be
bought for lers; our pride only
37Jo PER YARD.
One lot fino French Drees oo&,
odd pieces, each is Cbevloti,
Checked Suiting', Hair-line
' Btriprs.etc. Most of the fabrics
in this lot aro, worth $1 a5, )but!
we want tpcjgss them out Call
and make yunr; selectioaS at 1
' 47Je PBrSYARD.'' '!' ."
One lot 54 Inch '111 WoorChevlot
Checks, good, thti cafiuot i be
duplicated anywhere for less
thkn $1 25 ; our price only "
, 75o PER YARD.
CLOAK AND SUIT DEPARTMENT
;:; ' ' : ' i ri I
Lowest Ptices Yet Reached!.' '
Ladles' Biucle and Astrakhan
Short Wraps have been reduced
dom $10 to $6 6Q. ' V:
a
Ladies Silk and Worsted Frisse
Short Wrars
Former price $30, reduced to $22 60.
Former price $25, reduced to $18.
, .: , . ..1.4 '. r-
' Lkdlee' Plush Short Wraps
Former price $50, red need to 13760.
Former pries $40, red need to $32 60,
Former price $35, reduced to $28.
Former price 132 50, reduced to $25.
Ladles' Plush Patques,
Former price $40, reduced to $25.
Lullee' Plush Newmarkets and
Riglands " '
Former price $40, reduced to f 28,
Former price $30, reduced to $18.
Ladles' Astrakhan, Boucle and Che-
veron Jackets .
Farmer price $7, reduced to $ 60.:
Former price $14, reduced to $11.
Former price 116, reduced to $13.
Ladies' Circular, quilted linings,
fur collars, only t4 75.
Lidirs' Rursian O'nculire, cloth,
fur tiimmed, only $10 60. '
Ladies' Silk Rustlan Circulars aud
only $12 75.
Ladies' and Mtoes, Han As'rkhan
Jackets from $2 60 to f 0. '
Ladies' Block Hair Muds," satin
lined, at 9i CENTS. .
Mother Hubbard Percale Wrappers
at 95c.
Mlstes' and Children's NewmarkeU
and Cloaks at $3 75. f
Meeeees e
HOUSE FCKNISUItt GOODS.'
All Linen Bleached Table Damask,
64 inches wide, good value at
$1, our price
80 CENTS PER YARD.
1 1
Barnsley Unbleached Table hv.
mask, 65 inches wide, usually
told at $1 25, onr price
85 CENTS PER YARD.
35 doien AU Linen Napkins, dou
ble satin damask, worth $3 75 )
we offer these at
J2 60 PER DOZEN.
60 dosen A'l Linen Damsek Tow
els, in red and blue borders,
slss 20x40,
ONLY 20 CENT8 EACH.
75 dosen All Linen Huck Towels,'
s'ss 20x40, worth $2 60 per dot. ;
we offer tb's lot at
$1 65 PER DOZEN.
e see
eeeaaeee
Jl
JAM'
O. BELL, Prcwldent.
iVrVFMDUiQ q Anni
IVILIVII i I IO UfiUULLII I UU.
No. 200 and 392 SECOND STREET MEMPHIS, TEN2f.,
-WHOLESALE
MANUFACTDRERS ALT) JOBBERS
fa-at-.
-OF-
Saddles. Harness, Collars,
MABIU-EKY HAUWARE Aari MiTHP.li
SPECIAL PKICES ta Railroad ant, Levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness. -2t
aajaaaaMaawaaaaaaaaaa aBABSBaBaBaIIaasa.aaAaaaBaaBaAAa.M
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AND YOU'LL PROFIT BY IT
IF YOU ARE WISE.
HERE'S A POINTER I Good
Clothing is always the cheapest, as
a
it gives good wear and good satisfac
tion. It lasts the longest, and is by
far the best to buy.
HERE'S ANOTHER POINT
ER I The Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 262 Seoond street, sell noth
ing but good Clothing. Our special
ty is Fine Clothing, bought at sacri
ftae prices from the Merchant Tail
ors, and offered to the publio at bar
gain rates. '
HERE'S A SUIT POINTER 1
A real Well-made Suit, selling for
less than a much inferior grade oi
goods can be bought elsewere, is the
Pointer with which the Misfit
Clothing Parlors appeal to your
pocketbooks. Our Suits are High
in Quality, but Cheap in Price. We
have them in Sacks, Cutaways,
Prinoe Alberts, Full Dress, and all
styles in vogue at the preesnt time.
We have no cheap grades of suits,
but the extraordinary low prioes at
which we buy euablos us to sell High
Grade Suits for loss than the cloth
and the making cost. The great ad
vantages we ofler make it a great ad
vantage to buy from us.
HERE'S AN OVERCOAT
POINTER! If you haven't an
Overooat you'll soon have to got one.
You may have bat a little money to
spend, but yet you wsnt the best ar
tide you can get for that small sum.
Well, yon can get the best for the
least money at the Misfit Clothino
Parlors. . .
HERE'S A PANTS POINTER
In addition to the Lowest' Prioes,
we have the Best Assortment and
the Best Fabrios in Memphis. When!
good goods and cheap 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. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
. N.B. Remember, all alterations to
insure a Perfeot Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARG E, by First-class Tailors
in onr Parlors.
Deviled I'raba, Khrlmn,
Halm on, fi-nab Can Httckerel,
Sardlnea, JLobalara,
Brook Trout, aJyetore,
Mackerel In Tomato Catiop,
ftwaet Staffed Pleklea,
Bonr Pleklea bv thecal, and la Jars,
Pickled Onlona, Hot Rellnb,
Wooater Banre, Tomato Catnap,
Capera, Haatard, Carry Powder,
Salad Dreaatnar, Ollvea, Olive Oil,
Cream CtT' sae, Celerr Sauce,
Celery ?' , Eie., Eie.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
CONSUMPTION.
I hat pnalUtw re-maniy for ti.a abort) 41aM by Itt
waM thousand! f CMcaof Uta wor-t klad ntl f loc
taodlat bavw (rrao cvrad. Injaed, o atroag ! "T
faith la It rflcsKV, thai 1 will mi TWO BOTllKd
PUKK, tofathar wtlii a VALUARLH TBKATIB1 ti'M
snVaaaaa to a7 AtVrar. Olw nnTeaa aad P. O. artt
PH. T. A. aaUKJPM. Ill Paaart Kit Tort.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
tniportari aau ueaien In Ifaua, a mua a.
nlttoa and I'labtu Tavrklo, lalldera
Hardwans Klewlrle B. and la-
clatmrafor Horela and Koaidonoei,B4S
Slala alrt. Meanphta, Tom a. Jileotrle
nppllai alwara on band. Repatrln aaatlr
dona.
AMICE TO MOT in: as.
Maa. ViKLow'f BooTiiwe Evace ahonld
alwari be need for ehildren toethina. It
loothei tha etaild, lolleni the in mi, alien
all pin, oiirea wind folio, and la the bait
remedi .or diarrheal X a koltlo.
mm f mm
EoWITZFilAHMiCo.
Wholesale Uealera and Publishers.
Sola Acanti for tha followina
STBINWAY and KDSTA.BE!;
PIANOS Kranlch & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelook.
OBOAWS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.'
aa-A NEW T-OCTAB PIANO I0R lOO.-wa '
Write for Qalalognee. 7Vo. gaiftanrt aa3 HeMtmtM &ireUTrTmv'ti.
Woods & Swoope,;
Bnggics, Wagons and Haraess,
NANOE COTTON PRESS,
BAKIIOCK GISTS,
Steam Engines, Machinery of All Descriptions,
TTr.ft39 BTflftHT. ST TFTw'TtT.
HILL, FONTAINE & GO,
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
SOO-S153 Front GU, JLTemphla, TeBBa
Cotton Factors. Commission merchants,
go. 11 g tUnfh gain St.. Rt. TbhIm.
W. T BOWURE.
11313 MM MMH 2iflMvtJ,tS5 UV
COTTON PAOTOES,
84 aiid SO Wad I son St.. t Meniplifc. TeniW
h. D. MULLISa, ol Uta 4 . H. ttodwia A Oo. J AB. TOM UK, lata oi J . W . Caldwell Oe
MUTiTiTNS & YONQE,
Cotton Factors &Commission Merchants
No. 1 1Towari.'w Row. Cnr. Front and Unfnn. Vemphfg.
drai tt of
Capital, $200,000.
I. K. SfOWIK. Pratt. J. M. OO0UBAR, Tlee-Presn. C. HaiKAIIB, CaaidaL,
iBoard of
f. , TfVRLaTi
J. M. aOODBAJb
t. WAV 111,
OMiXU,
caARLis
wiLKiasoa,
a. t. ooopib.
AAMlHTBAe, 0. B, BRTAM7
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SaalaMi aaad Klvaa Bpaalal Aai
hook out
Confections, Olaces, Nougat Caramels, French Fruit Glacea,
Cream Bon Lons, Fine French Handmade Creams and
. Eon Bona, Chocolates, Ices and Nougatines.
Ton oan Und theeo toodi " AT RETAIL," In any qnantlilei, at
The Peters & Sawrie Co.'s ltetail E tabllshment,
So. 43 J flerson Street, Opposite Their factory.
Than ar tha Snait Confootioru that tha Memphli Pnblia have ever had the opportunity
t) pnrohaao.
ana-Try Onr " w rVeam I.oaf MTellolona4.-ai
,i i 1 . ,
I. If. ISTKS.
8. B.
(BDccsaaou to bstkal oabt a co
Ulolesale Grocers and Cotton Fccloro
Nm. II 1-2 ind 13 Union
(SUCCESSORS TO HIACH1H ek HOBTOBTI '
COTTON FACTORS
Old Htando No. 0 Union St., Memphis.
HEAOAVAKTaHS FOB I
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And AroH RoofiJt :
Fire, Wind, Water and I lahtalaa
rrwwa. d.iwui. .vr a,I B1BIU Ol OHIIUina.
For price, and oitimatoi a flvotorr ratal
eall on or addreai
MKMPHIS METAL A WOOD Mf 0 OO..
13SA4W Main it., and O A 23 Mulberrr it..
MEMPHIS, TINS.
Headqnarteri for Iron Fenoei and Orwtlnf,
ttatvanlaed Iron Comlce.Tin Rcoli A htovai.
DR. FRANK "W.VANCE
Physician and Psychologist.
DR. VANCE hai Mr'eoted hlmiell In pay
oholoar, and ia nreDared to treat dii.
oaiei ol nerrooi orim bj enti eif new
method!. Hii theripeniioi Ii addreiiea prin
cipally tn the hiiher braio neater! ol Iplrlt
aal aotivitr, wboie inflaenoo on lowir tuno
tioni, nervum and bodilv, la paramount. Aa
aaaalAPnl tbe law! lovarniA. na.Ah.i. nhi.
eal pbeaomena, he Ii oonfid-nt that r.iulti
will meet hi' .ort laniuiiia eipaot-liona.
OUlce-J.73 l- naiia-. .Street.
5 iK
tdv nn
Fint-Clau Initra mania.
M. P. BOWDRE,
9
fms
Surplus, $25,003,
DlrMtora.
iim.
IPICla.
W. B. BOAAt.
Street Psmphlt, Ten.
si
T U UnlQT V 111?.!
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Funeral Directors,
RATI BMOTM TO -
Ho. S3 (SECOND 8T MEMPHIS. '
A FULL an! eompleU itook of Wood aa4
Hetalile Oaaoi and Caikota. Cloth-Oov-
rod Caik.U and Bnrial Hobai alwaya oa
hand, am- Order! bv leloaraoh promptly
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
rillEA k McCARTHT, Propr'a,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis,
ONK orTHK LAROK3T BOILER SHOPS
in the booth, and 'he onlf onmplota
Doiler and Khet-Iroa Worai In the oit.
aaalaelireiaal Nmj Plate Iraaw
erk of awe-iT deacrlpilon. bponal.
atUnden (Ivan to plantation work.
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