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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAJD WKIAMUSIJA X , UKUnniutuLX , aooo.
fc&SAB TIME
Chesapeake aaxl Ohio Boate Trelne
ttove a itollown Kmi line leaea t 9:M)
a.m.1 Bt. Loan fast line leavee t !:30
.m. fast line arrivee at 1:J p.m.; Bt.
fcooifMtHniimvt:4ii.in.
ttMalmlupl nnuwwwa. Trelnl
koveai tollown NewOrleeni m.il ""
daily at :00 a.m. i leaves dell y a tStlai p.ir..
Gardis acoommod .t'on arrives daily at 9.W
a.m.; leaves d.ily el 3:45 , p m. Local
treUh tamves doily (cacept Sunday aU.i
m.i leaves daily (eieept Sunday at o.ia
a.ni.v Me train! do not flop a iB
tiom, nor Whitehaven, Horn Lake iosbit
nM.'Vrp Valley Bo... tt S O
I T. Ky.l-lYaiuaonthlaroa fol
lowat New Orlean. fwt mail, dally, leaves
a 4:30 p.m. I Vickaburg eipre.e. daily.
leaves at:l& a.m. Now Orleani fs nail,
preae daily. arrives ''",- T..in,
iMlirilli aad Aaetivllie Traini
mora as follow! : Kat mail arrival daily at
B"?B a.m. : 10:10 p.m. t mall leaves
daily at 10:10 a.m. I arrives at 4:00 p.m.
Brownville eoeonimoilitioa leaves da y,
Meant Sunday, at 6:(J0 p.m.; arrives dally,
JEeTtSel. dev. at 3 M a.m. (standard time).
Mali V""" ....,,-r-.--
RD14
amai
cr
City IP'
Kansas 0:
2.
Uity mail, 1
i a 8:00 p.m.
m. I No. 1,
L . n c.ltw mail, a
ail. arrivee at 1:45 a.
i.n. no.
leaves at
:bt. bonis aaa vuio ,ot,
6r00 p.m.l UBt. Loali and dhl
rati, arrival at 1:46 a.m. Ineffeotl
. 1 1 is Hu'i
caio ei-
Sanday,
li.mvku n Cbarlee.4a -Traini
nor m followit Through expresl leave!
Jln.. in, on m. Mall and axnreM leaves
daily at 10:00 a m. Bomerville aooommoda-
tioa leave oauy, except dmwi j.
TKmiirk awDraaa arrival dally at d:.
a .'a. Mail and expreei arrival dally at 1C :30
S.m, Bomerville eooommodatlon arrival
ally, except Sunday, at! ;30 a.m.
Mempttls, atlraalngbana and Atlaa
tie Holly Borings Eonte Traini more a
! ollowai No. 1 leaves Memphi! dally at 8:46
p.m.! arrives at Holly Springs at 6:63 p.m.)
Ko. J leavea Holly Bnrinri daily af 8:10
a.m.l arrive! at Memphis at 10:10 a.m. I No.
f. leave Memphis daily at 7 :1S p.m., arrives
at Molly Springs at U:4A p.m.l No. 3 leaves
Colly Sprint! dnUy at 1:15 a.m., arriTei at
emph Ira (6:46 a.m. .
Mtmplili aad LltUm Hook. Traini
ir ore ai follow! (oentral standard time);
No. 1 learei dally at 4:2S p.m.; arrlTai ai
I :!6 p.m. No. (leave! at S: a.m. arrival
at 4i4S a.m. No. 6 (fVelxht) leave! Iloiefleld
dally (eioept oday) ai 3; a.m.; arrival
: p.m.
THE WEATHER.
dlmtloaa.
For Alabama: Fair weather, followtd
by light raint; trwA rurally ouiherl$;
ilightly warmer.
For UiuiMippi and Louiniana: Fair
weather, Jollowed by light rain ; nulh
taeterly wind; tiightlg warmer.
For Temvure: Fair weather; tunable
wind$; tlighlly warmer.
For Texau Fair weathers toulherly
windt; n 'or ly tlatumary temperature.
For Artaruat: Fair weather ; wuthirly
winde: nearly itatiunary temperature.
The riveri will continue to fall dowly,
exttpt a flight rite in Oit Miumippi from
Vkktbvrg to New Orkan.
Mtorolc;lal Mxporl.
, December 7.
1330.
Time.
Bar.
a .man omnuiai-iriini leave in
r. dpo iai follow! ; No. 4. BniM City
!, leave "
l'uer. Wind. W'th'r
190 N. Clear
42 0 U.K. vJlear
S0.0 SE. Clear
7:00 a.in.30.344.
8:00 D.m.pl 285
10:00 p.m '30.28:1
Maxlmnm tomperAture, 42.
Minimum t?mprature, 1!.
Ozone, 11 a.m., 2.
Rainfall, OO
BalarMI In I'ntlnn Hell for Week
KbUIbk Ir'f mber 1i, 1MMO.
Station.
Oharlo.te, N. 0.
Atlanta, Ga ,
Penracola, VU...
Mobile, A'ik.
Montgomery
Tital.
..0.03
0.02
0.57
053
0.01
0.22
Vickobnrg, Mis
New Oileaca.La. 0.71
Shreveport, La v.... 0.4S
Fort Smith, Ark 0.09
Little Rock, Ark 0.44
Palestine, Tex- 0.07
Knoxville, Tennv 0.08
Memphis, Tenn .0.43
tiatbville.Tenn 0.07
Louisville. Ky... 0 64
Indianapolis, Ind 0.10
Cincinnati, O 0.11
Colrmbus, O 0.12
Pittsbmg, Pa 0.S0
Cairo, IlL 0.00
CITY NEWS.
The Circuit Court yesterday ad
journed nntil Monday, December
13th.
The roRpp'lon 'o 'the Harper Io
nian party at the Gnyosa jlonse this
evening In er.t'rely informa1, and not
by invitation. The citixans of Mem
phis generally are invited and tx
pected t) a toad.
Several months ago Joseph U
Burrows fell through the elevator
shaft at Wllki reon & Oo.'s drust slore,
and was so "evoroly ir jured that he
died some time aflerward. Tom U.
Burrows, sdministrrtor to the estatt
of the dBuewed, brought euityes'er
daylnthe Circuit Court against W.
N. Wilkerson A Co , claiming $'J5.C0J
damnges on account of the sccident.
Some of the stockholders ' f tho
Memphis City Fire and Ueneral Insur
ance Compnny favor the addition of
banking to its present ' bnainess and
are sanguine of the feasibility of such
a change and urge in its favor special
facilities nnder its charter in the way
of exemption from taxation exceeding
one-halt of 1 per cent on capital
stock. 3 per cent, lees than the rate
paid by other banks.
1 Marriage licenses were issued ve s
terday to J. F. Osbom and Miss Mary
E. Bryant, Morse K. Urshaw and Minn
J alia Chew, Stafford Willlameon and
Mies Eva Koyston, colored; Ben Ed
wards and Miss Mary J. Brown, col
ored t B. L. llammontree and Mss 8.
V. Campbell, Green Goodio and Mrs.
Mandv Scro iters, colored ; J. F. Turner
and tin. M. A. Sauderson, Moens
Parks and Mis Haltie Tfaomae, col
ored.
At 11 o'clock last night Deputy
Coroner J. J. Barry held an inquoat
upon the body of a negro man named
fat lilil, aged '.'7 years, who dinu
alone in a anaaty in the rear of No.
750 Main street. He had been ill for
about two weeks, but did not receive
any medical attention, and the ver
dict of the jury was in accordance
with the above facta. Hill will be
buried today at the expense of the
county. :
-Tbe physician who ws ciiticised
in the A r peal yeBterday fcr what was
tbongnttobe an unm cwarllv pr
longed examination oi uaiion s corpse
called at the Appbal office yeeterday
and explaired that he agreed with that
view acd protested sgaintt duing it.
but wa urged and entreated to di so
by a friend of deceased, and even then
complied with reluctance. We ais
glad of this opportunity to set a very
clever gtntleman tieht before the
public. '
, PERSON AL.
W. P. WiLsoat has been called to
Brownsville b?fieii!i.esao( hisfathsr.
An experien ;1 ar,d practical plan
tetion rxaca;;;r wniits a situation. Sie
"Waute."
Th Rev. S. A . r;,i elw ill pvea- ha!
th First Metho-.K -tOiunh t -i ijt at
7;:i0oM.ck.
Mir A !; B. WiUWN ia vk-i ing
hflrsiBter, Mr. ,W. B. Dod, at 74
Union bt ect.
raoKiiMOB H-tey hii rftniTjed to
IhHftitv. nd will take charge of. the
gTmrsnnm of the Amateur Athletic
Asco int;on.
J. VV. Tiiobk, of IaV, Muw., wrltee
ris thit he has "had cotton picker on
brain several wear, and have now
it hnynnd dou.it. I am ao fanfrnine I
will aoply fr a patent without trying
it, Yoa can futorm the planters they
can have a ottsn-pkkar next year,
providing I can raiso the capital to
mnnnfacinre tbem in qnantity. I
will make one working machine as
soon aa the patent is obtained."
A tateemfd correspondent writfs
ns ai fallows : "I learn that Mrs. Adah
Lonsdale, who once lived in Memphis,
i a tanuida e f r biate Librarian of
Tenneiwe. A kind word in her be
half through your valuable and wide
ly circulated jonrnal I know would be
highly appreciated by herself and
many friends. I have known Mrs.
Lonsdale since childhood and a more
noble, self facriflcing woman never
lived. She is a woman of dignity, re
finement and culture, and if elected to
the position to which she satire
wonld reflect credit npon herself and
honor npon the State. I know she is
wortbr and well qualified for the
Elice." The Appeal indorses what is
ere so well said and urges Mrs. Lons
dale's claims for consideration upon
the members of the Legislature.
Nash villi Banner : It la said that
Mr. Montedonico, of Memphis, is tie
only Stats Senator-elect who is not
suspected of bing a ondidate for
Speaker of the Senate. This is in one
sense quite a compliment to Mr. Mon
tedonico, and is be will be one of the
most capable and prominent mem
bers of the Senate, the nnlqns distinc
tion be enjojs of hiving no hankering
alt?r the Bpeaiersnip pie may won iw
his advanlsge. It would be quite
natural for each candidate for the po
sition to cast his vote for come mem
ber who is not a competing candidate,
and if all the candidates were to cast
their votes far the only Democratic
member who has not been mentioned
as a. candidate, Mr. Montedonlco
wonlil be made Speaker. In that
event the Senate would certainly bsve
a most worthy and tflicient presiding
The Pirate Captured.
Capt. O'Haver and Detective W. Q.
Pride were detailed by Chief Davis to
follow up the trail of the two river pi
rates who railed awy with Dixon's
boat, after abmlng him. They were
captured on the river near Helena
yesterday and were brought here on
the steamer James Lee early this
morning.
ADDITIONAL BIYEKS.
' Ths City of New OrleanB, from St.
Louie, yuisti to New Orleans at 5
o'clock yesti-rfay evtmiDg wlih 2030
tona of freight, inc'uding 8000 hags of
corn, which fhe sdded ft Madrid
Bend. She did not put off anything
here, but added about 0 tona of
rnndrlfg.
Tns Alice Brown and 8. L. Wood,
with to-va of coal, wrre at the foot of
Iuland 10 Monday otaht and should
arrive here today. Tne Brown has a
tow of 20 boat j of Pittsbu g coal lor
Messrs. Brown & Jones, at this port.
The co.il in tow of the Wood is all for
New Orleans.
Tin United Biales snauboat H. G.
Wriuht was nnable to reach St Louis
and stopped at Grand Tower. Be
tween Cairo and that port she removed
7 anagi at Pond Lily, 0 in Greenlee!
Band, at Dog T. oth Bend, 5 at Kin
ney's Point, 4 at Jacket Pattern, 8 at
Princo'a, 2 in Hooker's Bend ; also cut
305 trees on caving banks.
Tna Chickasaw got in yeaterdiy
afte noon from Wtite river with a
good trip. Khe exerinncd bad
weatner an me way, a: a lor met
reason she wes unable to bring a full
trip. The Chick una v letves again
thia evening for Helena, Terrene, In
dian By, D?Val!s Bluff, AngubU and
all way pjinta on Whitj river. Capt.
Ed Po tal commandF, with Mr. 0. M.
Po tal la the office.
Tna steamer St. John, when about
40 miles below Monroe, Lt on Satur
day night last dropped her gnards,
precipitating 1000 biles of cotton into
the river. She ca'eenod bo badly af
terward that she was run- into the
bankto piev nr. lur fiora going ovr
mul sinking, i.vc y bale 0! the cotton
wai Bobstqueutly recovered. When
tho fcteaxcr Hf. John pulsed Monroe
she had on 2300 bales of cotton.
Tub Granite State having been do
layed by bad weather and heavy
bumnwa uiu not a.riva until 7 o oiocx
laat night She bionght over 4000
packagee, which were hjing nnloaded
last night at the Kivvalor. Her cirgo
will all be cut this morning, when
she will droo down to the the landing,
lakeou a lot of coilon, oil and other
freight, and have about toon .'or Cin
cinnati and ill lntaimcdiate landings
on the Mississippi ami Ohio rivers
The veteran Capt. A. J. Lindsay Is in
command, while Mr. Don Morris ha?
charge of the office. He is ably sec
onucd by U)b Uanririckson.
Trtrajraai,
PirrsstiRa, Pa., Dei-ember 7.--Night
lUver 3 Iiict 8 tnchns on ths gauge,
weatner clear ana cool.
EvANHvii.Lt, Ind., December 7.
Night Rlvor 14 fe-t 8 inches on the
gauge. Thermometer 40, barometer
201 Weather dear.
Whhi.ino, W. Va., DiK-embeV 7.
Mght liivcr 0 foet 3 inches on th
gunge and fa!l;ng. Heavy ice running
weatner clear ana coia.
Cincinnati, O., December 7. Night
River 16 feet 8 inches on the gauge
and tailing, weatner clear and mild
Departed: Louis Suerley, Pittsburg
Louihv-ixi, Kr., December 7.
Night River fal lug. with 8 feet in
the canal and 5 foet 1(1 inches on thn
fall. Arrived: Gertin Pool, Shawnee
town. Departed: Coal O.tr. Charlie
Clark, 0 p.m., PU'ahnrg. Weather
cloudy and warmer, with indications
of rain or enow. BuMneas fair.
St. Looic, MoH December 7. Night
liiver continues to riie here by tiie
wa cr bavking up from the gorge at
Caroi; dolt t. Thn giuge now marks
0 3 10 feet The ice in the harbor ia
quite elu.hy and ia no impodiment to
ferry boats and tugs. Toe weather
has oeen quite moderate and conaid
erable thawing was done today,
Rivermen are predicting raiu and an
open river south In a few days.
F. IHTigne,
In tho Odd Fellows' Biilldina' is sell
I log Uat, Boncets and Hair Goods of
' U, Ill- ... .... 1 - u.
Lavlgne ha? had an extatisive exp'
riencc, aud ki.ows ho to select
goods.
plnlnt of thouannds suffciiiiir from
Asthma, Consumption, CounliR, eta.
LMd vou ever try Ackor's Kiitlihltoii"
nrlvf It ia tho liost nrf-Minr loli known
for all Lung; TioubV-e, mWI oh a poal-
wve guarantoo at Wc., uOu.
B. JLO WESSTEIN a DUOS.
Ladies, if yoa want a handsome
Dress Pattern or wish to purchase
an acceptable Christmas present
D0XT DELAY,
But call and select one of our fine
French Dresa Patterns. Remem
ber the pricea quoted below are 50
per cent, lesa than importers'
pricea.
For Worth
7 00 yon can bay a dresa $14 00
10 00 " " " " 20 00
U 60 - " " 25 00
15 00 " ' 30 00
17 60 " " " 35 00
20 00 " M M " 40 00
2500 " " 60 00
0 oo i go 00
All our fine trimming goods re
duced. Handsome Plaid and Stripe
Plash and Wool Effects, 42 in.
ide, at $175, worth $3.
At $150, $2 and $3 per yard
trimming goods worth double.
At $1 60 peayard, 45 in. all wool
Camel'a Hair Stripe, reduced from
3 35; with plain to match at $1,
reduced from $1 50.
At 75c per yard, 64 la. all wool
Checked Saltings Just the thing
for cold weather worth $1 50.
At 47)o per yard we offer all oar
42 in. all wool Dress Goods at this
price, worth from 75c to $1.
At 15c, 20c and 25c per yard we
offer a line of doable fold Dress
Goods which are sold everywhere
at almost doable the ptice.
At 37Jc, the best value we offer
in our all wool French Shooda
Cloth; full line of baet shades.
These goods are worth 00c per
yard. .
HOUSE FDBNISIUNU GOODS.
200 Crochet Quilts at 85c, woith
$1 25.
20 dozen fine Linen Novelty Towel
Scarfs at $1 50, woith $2 50.
i
25 dozen Novelty Towels at $1,
worth double.
Just received a full line of Fancy
Turkish Tidies at 35c, 40o, 50c,
60c and 75o.
Also, a full line of Turkish Sa
quinesa in all the newest com
bination colors.
fresh line of Tapestry Table
Covers, Bissa 1) yards square, at
$1 50, $1 75 and $2.
A nice line of 44 Plush Table Cov
ers at $3 75, worth $5.
lUNDKLKCllIEFS.
Ltdioa' printed border hemstitched
Handkerchie's from 6Jc up.
Ladies' white all linen hemstitched
Handkerchiefs from 10c upwards,
Lullea' white and oolored em
broidered Handkerchiefs from
20o upward.
Genta' colored border hemstitched
Handkerchiefs from 15c upwards
Gents' white Linen Hantlkerch'efs
from 12o upwards.
Genta' white hemstitohed Linen
Handkerchiefs from 25c upwards,
Colored Silk Handkerchiefs from
25c upwards.
White P Jngee Silk Handkerchiefs,
full si, from 3jc upwards.
Ca:hme.re and Silk Muillerj from
75c upwaids.
FL1NNEL DEPARTMENT.
SPECIAL TALUE3.
20 Pieces French Plaid Flannels,
bright pla'.d, well worth 50c ; to
close thii lot will be sold at 85c
i .er yaid.
50 P ecei colored Opera Flannel
nice, fresh goods colois, car
dinal, blue, pink and ted, and
well worth 50o ; we off er thia
line at 32Jo per yard.
20 Piece all woil navy blu
Twilled Flannels, beat bargain
ever sold for thia money, only
20c pef yaid.
10 Pieces 7-8 wide Shaker Domet
Flannel other houses ask 35c
for it we will close the lot at
22 Jc per yard.
It. LOWEASTEIN at tlUOS,
HOTEL AliltlVALS.
' Peabody Hotel.
0. B. OAUOWAV A CO ...Pioetiros.
Hat VI and (3 par J kT a-nordiot to
ita ni o-.t!on r rooai bpeoial
cot ! ratal.
A J Doty, Pa
J W bottom, Tenn
W C MoNult, Ark
S A Ruell, N V
8 J Pimpfno, Mill
J W J'tnra, Jenn
W R Vullira, Tenn
C V Iiuuer, Ohio
T W Hrria4. Tx
E (ilKilcon, lax
n
L'cch, Kr
Wirt M Maxwell, Ala
eriwailh-r, Mill A W Mnith. N Y
P II Mo.br. Tenn
(; Ci Killer. Ird
W I'owell, Ind
A J Wnb'tnr, N Y
W II Oloott, Kr
R A Anderaon, Mo
W Kbmiih, III
J DBhaar. N Y
W I! firooka, Tenn
H W Woodruff, ha
L 8 Poraiffn, Wia
j J Hiht 4w. Ohio
J W Trier, Tenn
C K C ark.aw, Kr
B P Mitchell, Ky
W LBoyd, Ky
W L liaboock. Mo
CJMarloy, NY
1 Kobert,, Kai
O Bhorton.Ky
FP Mold, Pa
Dli Pitta. Mill
W T I P Ind
II H " at. n, Pit
JBr'h elda. Mo
Mra An Jeraon, Mo
T II Huart, Mo
T Hartm.n, Ark
O 8 Swuiev, Md
O B l e'irnn, Miaa
T W Klliott k w. Mill
C H Flint, vim
A fc Hums, Mum
Mra U ubort. Ky
Mra M J Cv ko. Mill
J H rinrly, jr, Kr
J II Freeman, Tana
JP Brown', M aa
5 ft'C'rell, Man
O W I'urtii. Mo
lit I turn, Tenn
II H Matluok. Kv
B F Pearoe, Mo
MraCroinehiald.Tx
Mra M Killebren.Tex J H Head, Tana
II (iiipenheimer.Tenn C B oui, Unto
w K ( adv. Mo
S W Pari or. Mo
W F Morrlion, N T
B II Lennox, Tenn
Jumrt McAfee, Pa
W UOIdbam. Mo
II Bradley, Ky
Authur Booker, Tenn
W 8 Moore, Tenn
K Vm.ihn. Tenn
RTUrifnn.Ky
B roote. Art
lake Huffln, Tenn
Oeo Deaf a, Tenn
Uraham, ienn
J Andorion, Tenn
Jao Him ma 4 lira. Ark J B Cronilay, Ark
B 0 Mitchell, N I Jaa Jenninjra, N Y
B Beaidilav Aw, 111 J t-hielda. ill
W Maaon, 111 0 B Deanm, Ohio
Mra. C B Uearlai, Ohio MUi Hearing, Ohio
C Carroll, Ia C J Sammera, Ia
BOIoundly.SC 8 Thompion. N Y
I Johnaon, ienn 1. laaaoi, leno
Gaaloa'a HoUI.
W. H. BINOUAM MAOa.
Karopaan plan, tvnlarg.a n I rnlnrniahad.
friota aeoorains to etie ana looa
tioo o, ro:niM.
J T McKlaiock. Tenn W B Burton, Tenn
JTBBuyan, Ark Miia O h i of an, Md
O o Fart uaon, BIO Dli Joyner, ienn
8 F ClaitK. Ua J A gtew.rt. Pa
F E Nor fleet. Mill P J Bruruley. Fla
Siller Brumley, Fla O W Wiie. Miaa
Martin Jenaicr'.Mia w u Faroe, va
J W RCorlia.Miii
Q W HCorllr. Mill
J B Wendell, Miia
Miaa Whee'er, 111
John 0 Wi'ann, S 0
Jno Ituder, Miia
W 0 Uonon, Tann
MiiCUollcwy,Miil
RCheatbam, Tann
J M Birdiong, Mill
j M si tenon, Miaa
J B 6ima. Tenn
Alone Monk. Ark
Y T Ingram, Tenn
W T Hanooek, Misa
J A Nichola, Mo
r roil iivii isuu j u nwiniioi n
VV bwoope, Ala
T P C'hambariAd.Ark Ike K Rerille, Tona
Dr Flamming ftf.Ark Oeo bibly, Ark
J I Stanley, Mill
n a roikiui, i.iise
0 M rhenard, 111
Mian Dickineoa, 111
R 8 MoUinan, Min
D F Houston, Mill
8 D Knox, Tenn
R WerttnoreUnd, Ark
Tl m 1, 1. 1 . ul..
V fla t'urtia, unio
Mill Bannatt, 111
O CHharp, Mo
J J Iloailon, Min
J W Purdio, Tenn
W K Vinion, III
W D M alone. Mil-a
a nuavii. Arte
R Montgomery, Tann R M ATen, Trnn
tl rari,r, xean
a a Lynoh, La
H or
fM a
L Eni.
(ioodr'oh. La
liugbea dew, lann
lider. Misa
H Cufillian, va
n P Lonke. Tenn
B Swoope. Miai
H D ( him, Mill
WmDonalilon, Miaa
CP Howard. Va
T S llanner, Mill
F M Miller, Miaa
L B William!, Va
II O Princo, III
Jas Kogora, lann
L A Waiia'mga, Mill N 8 Woi-einga, Mill
A Kmerion, Ark WW Wright, Va
Ed X Morrii. Va II Iow, Tenn
C 0 Petera, Ky H Parka Jr, Tenn
8 h Ookroft, Tenn W II Fowler, Tonn
Mra Dr Kyle, Miia R K Kyle, Ala
W E Uenderaun, Mlsa A F Vaerhauf , Mill
Tne Sew nyoo.
TARRINQTON, STKW ART A WHITE,
PROPRIITOR8.
Can. 9. Ron Manager.
Ratal t2 50 to 14 par tiay, aooording to loca
tion orrooma.
Chaa D Warnor, Conn W N Harper, N Y
i haa Graham. N Y
Kirk Mnnroo. N Y
John Durkin.N Y
John Bradloy, La
J U Lnyton, Tenn
John Muller. N Y
A M Cook, Tenn
V C Kincannon, Tona
Iloarv Levi, Ky
0 M PrHtt, Mill
II W Stephenx, Mo
1 W Allison, Pa
Mill K Hull, Miai
M it L l'ortwood.Mtii
D J Allan, Min
J A Keaaig, Tenn
H'HWaehburn. Mo
llomoe Bradley, N Y
J S Keeaa, Pa
U L Uurley, Mill
I W Whit. Miai
A L Rood, Min
U Jenniaoi, N Y
II R Kvani, Mill
J B Noel, Ark
J D Oibaon. Tenn
LRKing.Ky
O N Ulendening, O
A B Woody, Tenn
Douglaia Knox, Mill
T 11 tie n ton. Ark
IH Miller, NY
J K Marshall. Miai
0 Knhambera.Tenn
8 H Pepper, Trnn
II it Knmiey, Ity
Mn F Harding. Ill
8 u Fentou, Maaa
C nilutchingi, Ky
Tl) Hull, Ala
A H Jenkina, Mail
J K Anthony, Miai
8 K Fletcher. Ark
8 K Fir her, Ark
Lyman lHna, ulo
M Miller. Miai
A M I. alter, ind
LFiTrnt.Ky
D W Waldron, Ala
C J Blaok, Miaa if
H P Lewia, Mini
J M Rowd "n Ky
S 7,0 Iner. Toon
Jll ott. Tenn
II VanUooie, Ala
C J Biraaonir, (ia
J N Dean, Tona
Mr s.J KBaird Aa.Tenn
J u Kyle, Ale
H N Allen, Tenn
R J StaaSer, La
Henry Barber, Ind
B H Wolf, Mo
J M Ramsey, Mo
8 T Woll. Min
II R Smith. Mill
J M Ueebea. La
R B Kitea, ind
II II Pratt. Mo
L L Johnion, Mo
A K Faoklor. Mo
John Eiton, Min
Chaunoey Kootejenn H A "amlfjrd, Tona
1, H Uheatbam, lann a u auoe, Arg
K K nobinion, Ark A otinara, ArK
J P Rlmp.on. Tenn R U Itronfon, Ind
i a ttrwtn, infa j d ueuiue, atk
n
lililjr lloaxe.
IVnrtnerlv Commercial Hotel.)
Cor. Front and jefforapn St., Memphii.Tenn
J, II. Pkiddt, i'rop r, t Kicbmond, va.
Traniient ratal, li mi to wi per aay.
W 8 Ilnrniby, Tenn T J Shelton, Tenn
Hugh Pettitt, Tex E W Coleman, Tex
R L Sweeney, Tex KL Martin, Ark
J MoKay, DO A B,.raig, Tenn
L A Cheepelle, Tenn FJ Droebling, Tenn
JHIIarria, Ark " 0 Williami, (la
BOIomentii Aw, Tenn F K Brown, Ark
A V KeaelFAw, Ark W 11 Hancock, Mill
C B Cbeatbarn, Mill J u yaer, ienn
J O M
oor. Tenn
Mrs K M Rogera, Tenn
C L .Inrex, Ark
T h Whitsett, Milt
K B Rioh. Mi-s
C B Woodnon, Teno
D B Nuitot Aw, Mill
J 11 Alame, Ark
H C Skinwlih, Ark
n i ciirnain, Tenn
J 11 Kennedny, Miaa
J N Moore, Tenn
J L Malone, Ark
D M Daney, Miai
J 1 Smith, Ark
J C Grant, Mill
O Williami, 111
H C Ilrooka, Ark
J U Day, Mill
J W Hamilton, Mil
in
R B Wrizht. Ark
C J Edwards, Ark
naltyl t aropran Hotel.
Corner of Adami and Main itreeti. Roomi,
50o, 75oand l par day; American Plan.
12 per dar. Firt elaat Reataurant in tha
Hotel. J.M. DUFFY (10 yean with Pea
bodr Hotel), Proprietor.
P T Baker, Ky KB Rho.lei, Tenn
T N Uouelaaa, Tenn J W Littlr, Tenn
J R MrKinney, Tenn Mia C Petera, Tenn
W L Phillips, Tenn J tU'enlall, Mo
0 B Collins, Tenn f I Molloy, N Y
P'RufevIa, Tenn L W Smith, Tenn
J W Carroll, Tenn A I, Cornell, Tenn
A Dloklnaon, Ark CO lledrick, Ark
SRDarla, Ark SUSimpsen Tenn
NFoaler, Tex f'ra Kniter, N C
K MontxnmerT.Trnn J F Goodwin. Mlsa
O W Kiuirerald, Miai O Thornbarvh, Ark
M J R.k.r. Ind
R C tiriiiard. Ark
W II ll.n,lri.,n. Ark
J S Xurphy, Tenn
J H Alley, Tenn LA Weed, Ark
. Tl I 1 A U ' 1 ..
Mra Pillow Aa, Ark W II C -hrnn Aw, Ark
Mra. kil Patrick, Alo m Hirer, ienn
N n ll.nrw. Tann L Bt Husaall. Ark
J R Moff.itt, Tenn TM Bondtrnnt, Tina
Oil bUwart, Tenn f Ninth. Mm
MEMOKI AL HISTORY OF XEMPUIS
And Rhrlh Conaaty, by J. M. Rent
Ins, D. Haaou 'o., Fabllahrra.
The above work is meetinn with I
ruaist car Jial reception, and when pub
lished will be ot mrpt value to mem
Dhii. as the volume will be entirely
deviled to the his. or y of Memphis
and Shelby CouutT " will be writ
ten bv J. M. Ktatinit, whose re
searches In this direotiou are of great
interest. We invite your earnest anp'
port in onr vrienvor.
V. MASON A CO , Publiiheri.
Frank Schumann,
eg:
Importer and Dealer la
Hnua, S'lablnar Tahl anal HMrta-
mro'a Snill. mm- Speeia) attentloi
(ien to M AND f ACTllRINtt and R
PAlRISa. TMi
tie Ntll WIJ W-..ll(a. TfllO
I t'ar.a' F ffa'f t-e WewwuHiwr Auvef.
f.. A, AVkl' miCN.vui auuKwiiuaasont;
JAUES C. BELL, IreidenU
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Not. 290 and 292. SECOND STREET. MEMPHIS, TENN".,
-WHOLESALE '
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
-OF-
laddies,
ttaT
SPECIAL PBICES tc Railroad
AND YOU'LL PROFIT BY IT
IF YOU ARE WISE.
HERE'S A POINTER I Good
Clothing is always the cheapest, as
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 1 The Misfit Clothing Par
lous, 262 Seoond street, sell noth
ing but good Clothing. Oar special
ty is Fine Clothing, bought at sacri
fice prioes from the Merchant Tail
ors, and offered to the publio at bar
gain rates.
HERE'S A SUIT POINTER!
A real Well-made. Suit, selling for
less than a muoh inferior grade ot
goods can be bought elsewere, is the
Pointer with which the Misfit
Clothing Parlors appeal to your
pocketbooks. Our Suits are nigh
in Quality, but Cheap in Price. We
have them in Saoks, Cutaways,
Prince Alberts, Full' Dress, and all
styles in vogue at the proeent time.
We have no cheap grades of suits,
but the extraordinary low prices at
whioh we buy enables us to sell High
Qrade Suits for less than the oloth
ad 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
Overcoat you'll soon have to got one
You may have bat a little money to
spend, but yet you want the best ar
tide you can get for that small sum
Well, yon can get the best for tho
least money at the Misfit Clothing
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 setting 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 CHARGE, by First-olass Tailors
in our Parlors.
FIRST QUALITY 1
0
Rubbers!
Rubbers!
ZELLNER& CO
Handle the Firit duality Rubber Shoei
ONLY, and loll them ai cheap M othari
ell their lecond and third cradel.
First Quality Wool Lined Arctics.
MEN'S SIZES . OO
LADIES' StZKS. 1
MISSES' SIZB8 1
CU1LUS' 8IZK3....-
First Quality Rubber Over Shoes,
MEN'S SIZES -.780
LADIKS' SIZES...-
MISSES' SIZES- 40
CHILDS' SIZES
Flnst Quality W ol Lined Alaskas
MEN'S 8IZE3 .-
LADIES' SIZES'. - 1
Men's and Ladles' Robber Boots,
en Bnbbrr lit aad Hprlla
Boota, Ma'a aad Ladles' ab
ler o Br Aellat Baadala
and Bobber Hbaeai ut all d
aerlptlona rheaper (baa any.
wbere !.
ZEIii-NKII & CO.
0O M A IN KTKEET.
2J SECOND ST.
We JI. 3IcC AXIa
fleseral Jobber In URICK WitllK
"(JRATKS 8KT. and Smoking; Chimneyi
Cured. All work tununteed.uLu
In s I FoMer
F. F.
Harness,
ant Levee Contractors for Wagon,
Soots and Shoes
261
Our stock of boots and shoes for fall and wintir wbar is mor
eompla'a than aver, eomprialnt not onlr tha bait and flnait bat alio roll Unci of mo
dinm, dnrabla and ityliih foodi, whioh wa offer at low figarai.
TO THS TRAVIS wa offer ipaolal Indnoamanti. Carrylnr nort of oar ioodi la
SOLID BIZKtSwearo prepared to nil oraera ior apeuiai iimva w uina wdi, mi
nablins Merohanti to ill in without being oompalled to bar toodj sot laeded.
AajraM.fer tb;Celelratl W. L. Doaclaa $S Hen'i Calf Shoe nd.fa:
Boya" Hbooa la all MtyleaJ
a-rLLTTRTRATKn CATALOflnH ANT PRTnill tTHT MATLKP WHllVw
SECURITY BABTK
OF MEXPIIIS-.A SAFE DEPOSIT, TRUST CO. AND
ISo. 42 MADISON STKEETjJIEMPUIS.TJEMN.
R.DCI1I.ET rRaT8FK,PrMldrat.
H. s. UEiAvJa, vaaDier.
BOARD OF
Tl. BRTHEL. J.R.GODWIN.
THOS H AI.LKN. JNO. OVERTON. Jl.. W. W. TAiLOtt. K. B. BJMOWUJtn,
B. X MoDOWJStt. R. DUDLEY PRAISER, Wn. A.WILLIAMSON. B. J. BLACK.
a-Depoa!ti received from 80 cenU npward. and latere allowed oniame lemt-annu-ally.
Will But and Sell Local Securities act aa Truetee, Receiver, ete., fbr CorporaMoni of
Individnali. i;an neeome uuaraian, nouimiBirojur,
" V, i , i .i . Mjtnw M.n I, ilvAWM ont Aft anv lliue. when dflaired
f, inv-.tmentln Real Ksuia or otherwiao.
v.in.hi.. (ar tha han.fltof HearalHr C'BKloiuem, Ireeoi charge, bale Deposit lie
rent.
Agent and Commission Merchant and Wholesale Dealer,
n.1,F nnrchnad tha entire itock of Henry Perei, M Beale.itreet. at a low ninre. oi
rSt..a. Pnrnini-.. Oaeanaware. Tin
will lell oheaper than am other houae in the
Wa bnv all kinda of Rnin and all aradea of
Feathera. Hiirheat Oaah Prioei Paid and Prompt lUtorni Maae on aiiooo ron.ioeu.
me: 1O0O lona Old Iroat Wauled.i lOorreapondence lolieited, and Pnoo Lilt
lent on. application.
409,411 and 418 Shelby KU anl
COTTON
W. B.
75 STATE MTKEtlA, MUSAWxH, m.m.an.
Cash AlTatces on Coiislgnmeiits.
JNO. 8. T00F.
L. MoOOWAN.
jTb
ooi. ilciHOwaii & io.
Wholesale Grocers
AndiDealers lu Levee
No.' 174 Front Street
HOPKINS
SELLING OUT
To Dlaiolve roanrtaersblp.
MILLINERY
BELOW COST 1 .
eva-Oor entire itock hai to be lold by Jan
uary 1, loof, w iiaaoiT, tgi'Mmwiuir
our oompany retirini,
FELT HATS
FIFTY ICENTS,
Formerly 75 oenU and 81.00.
Fancy Feathers and Wings
25 and 90 Cent,
Formerly. One Dollar.
aa-Rrlelal aaa Nonralns Onlflta.
verThe fineit atiortment ol DOLLS is the
MPli'ati Reahaped, Featheri Cleaned, Dyed
and Onrled.
aor-Molden llair Wash by the Small or Large
Quantities.
LARGE BISK DOLLS
From 25 tn (a IT.
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
SIIK1 MoCARTHT, Fropr'8,
HO, 112, 114 Trout, Memphis
ONKovTHK LARGEST BOILER SHOPt;
in the .South, nnd th only complete
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Worka In the einr.
Mitsialiwiarrr of Heavy Plate 1m,
worU l every .leHCrlnitou.fcp.oiAi
attention given to plantation work.
J1ETEK, Pec'y u& Trrnm.
Collars,
Scraper and Cart Hamesg,
8T.I J,
Jf - V.r'"',",
warn.
DIBECrOBS.
S. P. READ. W. 5T. WrLKKHSONfc
Have a oommodiom Vanlt for the Depoait of
Sale Deposit Ueioa ior
WiaaMtM,'...
a mm i mniiitm it;.
eon
ware and Ilonaehold turaian ni uooai,
we
city, ttive ui a oall.
Hotton, Iron, Bonea, Hidea, Fan, MeUIi and
. w
H-t Iteaie m wempniw, a
GALBREATH & GO.
'F'A.O''H.S
J. S. MoTIOHB.
w. 9. pattebom;
and Cotton Factors
and Ballroad Sappliei,
MempiHi.Aemiw.B.
DR.
D. S. JOHNSON'S
PIII1 TIS
MEDICAL DISPENSARY,
No. 17 Jefferwa Street, .
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
IRatabllihedia 10.1
1 i.R.JOHN80Niiaekaowlelge4byallpa1
J ' tiei interested aa by far the moat in,
oenful phyaioian in the treatmentof private
or lecret diaeaael. Quick, permanent enreej
guaranteed in every eae, male or nmaleJ
Reoent eaaei of Gonorrhea and BypbilU
onred in a few dayi without the uae of mer-
oar;
baa
X aiei or amuraov uvw
dary Syhilii. th. laat vet-
tine eradlc&Ud witbonttha o. olmerenryj
Involuntary losi of k.ui.n stopped in ihort a
time, buffereri Irom impotenoy or Ion el
seiual poweri reator e to free vigor in a few)
weeks. Viotima of ielf-buse and ioeaaive
enery, luUerlng from apermatorrhea n
loaiof phyiioal and mental nnwer, ipeediu;
and permanently cored. Particular atteai
tion paid to the Diaeaaei of Women, and
oorei guaranteed. Piles and old lorei core
without the use of oaultio or the knife. All
eoniultationi itrioUy oonBdentlal. Medl
olnei sent by expreaa to ail parti ol tM
TOrw'orklnfmen enred at half the an
ratea. Dflioebouri Irom ''oj'O-S!' JJ
n'xlnck n. m. O. O- nnovB, m.v.
SEEDS
ANDPRODUCE
308 Front St.
J. F. HOLST & BBO.
(BUCCI880M TO W. H. HOLBT A
,.f M S '.TV'; VVT"T
s.
. ;rt - 4
j.rr '.-I it, .
7
tiavv:.'.''-
Funeral Directors,
B1TI KKTM Til
No. 331 SKC05U ST., MEIPUI8.
A SVltU d iorori t'i:
. ;-l.ullie I u i
ercd CaJkota.-cl J.unal I'.c
k of Wood and
ta. U!nthK;ov
ohei alwaya on
baud.
-Orir bv
to-'.etrai c rrriiitly
filed.
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