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a.m. I St. Louis tut line leave at ix
a.m. Tut line arrival at liDO p.m. t M.
I.r.uli fait Una arrives atH:40e.m.
Mintmlil ua -. Triln I
Uoveai tollowii NiwOrloarii mail arrive
daily it :00 a.m. I leevel daily a t J:0l p.cr.
Eardii Meommodtinn arrive! daily it 9:"J
tn.t leevel ony ai i m. i
treigh arrive! daily (eieept Sunday '. 1
B m.l leevel daily (except Sunday at 6:lo
a.m. Ma traini do. not itop a 'fl sta
tions, nor Whttehnven, Horn Lake S.sbit
SdT. Kj.l-TrainsonUiierve fol-
lowit Hw Orleanifast mail, dally, leavei
a 1-30 a.m. I Vlcksbnrr expreai, dally,
leavei et:15 a.m. New vrleani fai mail.
darly, arrive! '9:10 a.m. Vioajburi ex-
BraM daily. arrive! I ft :5 p.m.
lAdiftVtla and Naativllla Traini
taove as tollowi t Fait mail arrival daily at
Si Jja.m.i leavei atlOtlu p.m.l matt leavei
daily at 10:10 e.a.t arrival at 4:1)0 p.m.
Brownsville aocvinmodatiom leavei daily.
except Sunday, at 6:lp.m.s arrive daily,
exoeitSundev, at S V) a.m. (standard time).
uBir unata-lHaaiiM CliLMnrlai.
Id and Borapbt) Traini leave M. and
t j.m iu fnlowai No. 4. Kanaai Cite ex
tras!, lwi at 10:45 e.m.t No, S, Kanial
City xpreii, arriTM at 3:90 p.m. No. 2,
K ansae OIT mail, leave at 6:00 .an. t No. 1,
k..aOiiv mail, arrive at 8:4a a.m. No.
:fiv Loaii and Uhkaaio expraai, leavei at
6nJ0 p.m.) N. 1, tit. Louie and Cbioaoex
mn, arrival at 1:46 a.m. la effect Sunday,
A rll X. 18M. ' '
Menapnla mma Clarlfan Tralnl
mora a follow! 1 Throach exireM leave!
dally at 10:00 p.m. Mail and expreel leavei
at 10:00 a.m. Boaaervilla afleommoda-
' tioa leevel daily, oieeat Sunday, at 4:40
t., Throagh expreai arrive! dally at 6:36
a.. Mall and exprese arrives dally at 10 :!
pjm, nomervtlle aeeemmodatios. arriTM
daily, exeat Sunday, at :30 a.m.
ItmihH. Wrmlaiham lad Allan
- le-Holly Spring Route Traini more ai
Uowil Ne.l Level Memnhli dally at 8:46
n.m.i arrive at Boll beriLaa at 6:61 1
arrive at Boll beriLaa at 6 :bs p.m. I
No. t leavei Holly Boring! dally at 8
laaTM Boll Bnrlnii dally at 8:10
a.m. I arriTM at Mamphii at 10:10 a.m. i No.
Iuth Minslili dallr at TtlS p.m.. arriTM
at Holly Springs at 11. -46 p.m. I No. ( laaTM
Holly Spring! dally at tilo a.m., arriTM at
lYlomph tiitStete.m. .
aphis 4 Little Boek. Traini
koto ai lollowi (oaatral ftandard time))
ly. 1 Ihth dally at I:) p.m.t arriTM at
' 126 p. an. No. Tleevei at 6:56 a.m. I arrive!
ati46 a.m. No. 6 (freight) Inni Hopefield
dailvJexo.pt Sunday) at tti20 a.m.i arriTM
For Alabama: Light rain; tarialU
vindi; tlighitkangttin temperature.
For Mimimlppi and LouMana: IAgU
Taint; toutheaMerly windt; th'ghlly warmer.
For Tmnenee: Fair weather; variable
trindi; nearly ttaiionary temperature.
For Arkanta: Rain ; toutherly windi;
, tlightly warmer.
The rwert will continue to fall tlowly,
except a flight rite in the Mktiuippi helow
at mm n, Tikk., December 8. 1RH6.
Bar. Ther. Wind. W'th's
IW.304 27.0 RE. Fair
3(1.237 49 0 8 E. Clear
;t0.27 42.0 8K. Cloar
1(1:1)0 p.m i
Maiimnra tenipemture, 49.
Minimum temperature, 20.
Osone, 11 a.m., 1,
Tbe policemen's ball will come off
London Graphic and Newt for
Chrislmu at Man&Iord's.
PoanLin, tbe Irish comedian, will
be at the Theater next week.
jfacbnh, by Mis. Bowrs and
company, at the Theater tonight,
But four arrests wers made bv tbe
police yesterday and up to a late hour
-?-At th Catholic churches yester
day the Feast of the Immaculate Con
ception was duly celebrated.
The regular monthly meeting of
Ancient Order of Hibernian will be
held tonight at tbe hall of tbe Knights
Tbe harbor protection force is en
gaged in weaving a mattress at the
foot of Court street which will be put
down along the landing or levee.
The Fire Department was called
out to an alarm yesterday morning
canted by a light blase in a shoe store
at No. 68 Bsal street. Mo damage re
sulted. Ytsterday Deputy Coroner Barry
.held an inquest on (he body of a col
ored man, Felix Grundy, found dead
"rthe bridge on Washington street.
Ver..vt of Jury: '"D-aiU irom heart
"A. J-Jnchln county, Trnn., man
named Wbit'akor was arrested ,
day for carrying a t t ) .- caving
exposed th a ''P"U bile making
change o sloro. ' He put up $oU
foi(t and departed.
The Kethfr.Shel Ba aol Society
of tbh city, will entertain their Grand
Lodge early in February, and have
made arrangements (or a grand ball
and banquet at the Gayesj liotel.
About sevunty-dve delegat e from all
parts of tbe H:a'e will attend.
Thomas Milbarn, John T. Burn,
James 0. Neely, John D. Milburn and
John W. Cochran, tn incorparatore,
filed a charter in tbe Register's otBiw
Jesterday styled the Prince Edward
lining Company, for the pur pie 3 of
mining for gold, ailvar and other min
erals. The following marriage licenses
were issued yeitorday: Wm, Mc
Clanahan and Mrs. M. A. Tatum, F.
R. Ilumphreya and Miss Mamie Bed
ford. Thomas Goddard and Mrs.
Olivia Wells, Jim Lwa-ter and Mrs.
Luie Shelby, colored, W. H, Here
ford and Miss Ksjle A. Claiborne,
Tbe annrational report ra to the
stealing of fla'boat from a man named
Dixon turns our to be a hoPi, or a
fraud. Capt. O'Haver and Detective
Fryde recovered the boat near Helena,
Ark , and soon diiovered that Dixon
had no claim to it. Dixon disappeared,
and ths parties in charge of the boat
were turned loose.
A charter atyled the Little Mis
souri Maognee lrou and Coal Com
pany was bled with the Rexis'er yes
terday, with the following ino irnornt-
ors:T. H. Milburn, J. T. Burne, J. C.
Neely. J. D. Milburn and J. W. Coch
ran, for the purpose of mining for
gold, silver and other minerals.
Chief of Datoctives Kelly, of Phila
delphia, telegraphed Ojrontr Barry as
to tbe deposition made of the body of
the late John Franklin, who died sud
denly irom taking an overdose of mor
phine last tsunday night in this city.
Tbe remains were on yesterday shipped
to Plsquemine, Louisiana, for inter
ment The firm of Yeerkamrt A Sins,
of Cincinnati, and by whom Franklin
was employed as traveling man, tent
a member of the firm here to attend to
everything connected wi'.h thad'imo.
altion of the body.
Russell Godwin, indicted for the
murder of the la e Tom Dal, oo, was
arraigned iu the Criminal Court
yesterday and pleaded not guilty
to the inui.tiU'-nt. Judge DuBose or
dered the priamer haadruficd and
treated in othcrprieonerschirgod with
capital emms. He wai then remand
ed to ths tijnnfy Jail. It iseaidthut
no effort wl.I be n 3do by counsel to
fjave tbe prJaoner adruittod to bit).
but that an early trial of t!i raafl will
probably re had. Mr. Oudwia s
a:rofiaidS)0 for carrying roDcealnl
weapons by Jot'ga liaJJun, of the Pa-
jt ce Court
Mih Mauii BCBIH30K. tl Jackson,
Miwi., in visiting Miss Jennie V y, at
No. 120 Madijon BlrwU
Vf leara from a re'iable source that
tbe Rev. David Walk, bo well known
la Memphis and ao tuocn baloveJ by
tu lormer coofireiiaiiona r,o vieu ui
after tbe holidays ami stay a ijw
weeks. Ilia hrat tf Irienda will bs
glad to meet him.
W. O.Ewoora. of MemphiB, and Miss
Maria Carter, of (Jouio. Miss., were
married a', tbe residence r f the bride'i
parents, at Cbmo, nn Toe.'day after-
noon, Ld'Cfm' er iti, tne kbv. ut.m-
hvan cfflclitirg. . After congratula
tions by the many fronds who were in
attendinrfl, tbe happy pair took tbe
train for 3ew Urleejjs, wttere Uiey win
pass their honeymcon. Among tbe
Memphlana wtio, attended tbe wed
dina were W. A. Gikhrist. J. W.Han-
nock, Frank Torrabee, M. M. Gi'christ.
I was for yea's a en Barer. It did
seem to ne wiih all the annoying
trooblei known to our aex. I had
nrodamnrot the uterus, ulceration and
kidnev troublea. After seven yeara of
BnflfriD.fr, and tbe failures cf nine so
called eminent physicians to even re
lieve me, I bad given np in hopeless
decp.ir until in last January my nus
hand bv obarcs met in our city. St.
Louis. B. O. Kelssy, the natural doc
tor, of Memphis. He brought blm to
our home. I was confined to my bed
ol aaHerins. He examined me and
told me all ot my troubles (retter man
I could have told bim) without me
telling him one word by only looking
at the veins in my arms. I placed
mvaelf in bis care, and am now re
stored to health by him. I feel that
all female sufferers should see Dr.
Kelsay, for I owe my life, through the
mercv of God. to bim. Dr. Kelsay
aleo cured my sister of piles and other
troubles of long s'snding. At this
writing I am at Dr. Kelsay 's: came to
ee him to express my own and bus
hanri'a hvartfelt orratitude for bavins
restored me to health, and may his
life be long to bless other as he his
me is the sincere prayr of a grateful
heart to him. I give this for ths ben
efit of safftring humanity without so
licitation of Vr. Kelsay or Ms anowi
edge of same. RfAncctlullv,
MR-i FRANK PKRANO.
No. 106 Chiitnut itreot, St. Lonti, Mo.
The cMton receipts yesterday were
3084 baits; ealef, 2000 bales.
Provisions and brAadatuffr were off
again yesterday in the leading mar
LccALeecuritiesare In pretty active
demand at pr aunt. Tha latebt sale of
OompresH stock was at 128.
As a naromertial critic sta'es, there
is nothing for the p'ssimists to foed
oa in current trade reports.
Tub Louisiana sntrar crop is now es
timated at 160,000 hotheads a re
duction from previous estimates.
It is atnted that tbe United King.
dom will have to import 100,000,000
bnsueisot waeit during tne present
FuLMKti, Thornton & Co.. in their
circular of the 4th instant, under the
head ol "Memphis the 1 bird Ursatrst
Market of the World," gives ths fol
lowing: Price December 1, 1886, 8go;
1885, c; 1884, via; lutn, 10c; iasa,
OJc; receipts to December 3, 1886,
376 070 bales: 1885. 304.533 ba'es:
1884, 257,729 baits; 1883, 240,442 bales;
increase over 1885, 72.437 bales; 1884,
110,241 bales; JS3J, iju,d.'s Dales.
Visitors on 'Chanire yesterday: J.
R. Westlnke, New York ; R. O. Bean,
Aberdeen, urn ; John Mulier. w. A.
Ilarpnr, Ches. D. Warner, C. K. Mon
roe, Chea. Graham, Hprann Bradley,
John inrxin, flew YcrkUitr; n. V.
Diver, W. II. Goesell, Little Rock; O.
B. Lloyd, L. R. Coleman, Mrs. Cole
man, Miss Coleman, Gtimp, Tenn. ;
the Kav. H. Thomas, UoOueville, Mies,
Acobdino to the Intrrtigator nearly
every available tract of land within
ten miles (f Bar Mountain, fifteen
miles west o! Hot Hprinas, Ark., ho
been tnken up and located under tbe
minlna laws. Dovelpn1"00 in the
lead and silvs'1 th' section
hava ri much fx:itcment. Re-
j.wtion works are gning up, and the
palmiest days of Wee tern mining ex
citement Br j Daing produced.
Tub Manchecter Guardian, in its
commercial article, says: 'There was
a very strong market yesterday with
exceedingly little budne.'s for Tu s
day. There was a fair inquiry in te
heme department at prices a trill j
under laut week's full rates. It is
probable that a good ptonoitionof the
offers would have been accepted but
for the barOening condition of the
cotton market, whhh causing Boil
ers to be cautions and to hold for ex
treme rate?. Spirnnrs do not need to
follow the lise, having secured much
rolton during the past few weeks.
The hardening price.! do njt aflVct
buyers who ars guidod by the demand
from the dispoaing centers, which is
I'lronlt (ort KatM, Jafig.
The following suit! were filed yes
terday: Ilireh A Bro, vs Lewy A Mi-
rhot; Helmorirh Lesf Tolia eo vi K
n. t hul-o x jq. ; tvuatloldt Bros, va
Frank Monlton; Mary A. Moore va
Kansas City. Sringfluld and Mem
phis Railroad Company.
( haaeery tiart-Ellt, ( litarfllor.
Decree pawed December 8, 18S6:
Santelle vs. Carliaie. title to Wray;
Slate vs. Prewitt, ordars as to attorney
A peremptory call will be made to
day of all cst that h.tvs been passed
recently because of alisnce of counml
in other coorU,-aud the lust published
Thursday will be tax motion day
and Friday regulrr motion day.
The can bo of Pauola O I Works vs.
Newell Mill Company is now befors
Advice to Mothers).
Mr. Wlnelow'a Soothing Syrup, for
children teething, is the prescription
of one ot .he best female nurees and
Ebysiciana in the United Hates, and
as been used for forty vears with
never-failiug success by millions of
mothers for then: children. During
the process of teething its value Is in
eakuable. It relieves the child from
. pain, cures dysentery and diarrheal,
j griping in th bowel t, aa I win i colic
By giving health to the child it rests
thy nuttier. Price?.) rents a DUtle.
In tha Odd Fellows' B'lllding, is seli
ing Htt, Bonnets and Hair Gjods of
bist qiihli'y at Viiry low priot's. Mr.
Lnv'gtto Lai bad au eitei aive expe
rirnce, and kro' ho vy U soled
MEM PHIS DAILY Al'PE.lU.tnianAY.-
t000 DOZES HA5DIEBCnrjJpi
MENKEN'S BEAT SALE.
Today wa annonnca the most
stupendous sale of Handkerchiefs
ever attempted in Memphis and at
prices lower than
EVER KNOWN BEFORE I
This lot comprises an importer's
stock which we purchased for ca3b
at a great sacrifice.
Oar center aisle will be entirely
cleared of all other goods and tbfs
immense quantity, coneisting of
0,000 81k and Linen Handker
chiefs, will be displayed, making
ths grandest show of Handke1--chiefs
TO BE ClITElf AWAY.
With each dollar lot of Handker
chief an elegant fancy box will be
furnishtd, making a beautiful
For 75c, half doasn Men's Colored
Border Hemstitched Linen
Handkerchiefs in a nice box.
For 5c each, Ladies' Colored Bor
der Hemstitched Handker
chiefs, such as are told else
where at 12Jc.
At 25s each, handsome Brocaded
Pure Bilk Handkerchief i in all
colors (3 in a box), sold else
where for twice the money.
At 33c, or 3 for $1, Pure Silk Pon
ges Handkerchiefs, hemsl itched
(3 in a box), value $6 50 a d( sm.
For SI. six Ladies' beautiful Col
ored Barder Handkerchief', put
up in a fancy box Handker
chiefs alone are worth double.
For $2, three extra ei'ie Gents' fine
Silk Handkerchiefs in white
hemstitch, also in elegant
brocades and fancy borders
each handkerchief told all over
For 25c each, Ladies' beautiful Col
ored Embroidered All-Linen
Handkerchiefs (3 in a box) a
In addition to the above, we offer
at equally low prices
1000 desc'n of Gent's Japanese and
China Silk Handkerchiefs in
many novel designs never be
fore seen, making this lot the
finest ever placed before tbe
500 docen Ladies' Embroidered,
Lace, Cambric and Silk Hand
kerchiefs, in all the newest ef
fects, at the same extraordicary
Come Early and Bay Tour Christ
inas Presents Mow.
Not bins More BraaUful,
Btoihln afore Salmblr,
oiblag More Uif rl,
Thau at HanSkercbl.r.
Ageia we advi e oomlng 4rly and
SiCnra IheBe bargains.
MENKEX AXD COXPAXY.
Oystbiw, every style, at Women's
Impbovkd Calig-aphs No. ii North
P. M. Rtahlbv, funeral director and
embaimer, 55 Madison street.
Lovely orange blossoms for brides'
dresses at the Women's Exchange.
Martin Walt & Co. will receive,
t'lis morning, one thousand d re wed
Attention is called to the advertise
ment of W. W. Schoolfield for pair of
match inarms, which strayed from Lis
stable ou Tuesday night last.
MkMPHia Wholesale Meat Co., 11
Adams. Daily fresh Beef, Pork and Mot
ton, a'ao Cured Beef. Orders solicited
and promptly filled. Telephone 874.
G. W. Millkb & Co , Patent Asbestos
Firs Troof Koofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. No. 65
las xierbal Chill Oars, the best
tonlaaaJ aatl-parMia known. A sirum
V San, ,r,"ur cailla. Prloill i.r bou
.', it.tuin ur oirnoiari. Any r.r
ar.n iiB; K4i-, Job, o. tUok.r
AlsiLiMS rooo, ths only psifact
ouii.innuu i.ir moiner s milk, is rec-
ciumendeit by our most prominent
n iyciriBua mo oesi.and BHfest food
lor infxn's. It contains no farinaceous
mat'.er, which so often produces dis-
orut t oi uie siumacn.
Anooktura bittkks do not only dis
tinauish th-mselves by their lUvor
ai a aromauo o-.or above all others
g nmally uf ed, but they are also a sure
preventive hr all diseases originating
fr in the digesilve orgsna Beware of
lounterittiis. Ask your groter or drug
g'st lor tne genuine article, manufac
tured oy ui, i, u. a, HiegtrtA Sons.
1.0MO ago, SVS the New York- finm
mercial Adtertittr, Baron Liebeg made
uimstiii latuous ror discovering beef
extract, and now tbe Liebeg Company
ia aaain successful in its mmi.in.tmn
of beef, coca, rare old sherry snd iron,
forming Liebeg Co.'s Coca Beef Tonic,
a valuable remed vf .rth,-nKhiii..Jf
or sftlictcd with indigestion, liver com-
p'aint', asthma, ahatterad constitutions
&CYVVC. Tho Clilldron. Thcyaro
DVVV especially liable to sud
den Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping
Cough, etc Wo guarantee Actor's
Fnghah Koraedy a positive euro. It
saves hours of fuuious watcliluir.
Tke Haw Uijom,
tAKRlSOTON. 8TEWA 'IT A WHITE,
f Ris. O. Rim ..Mamrir.
Ratal ti. Su U4 pt . ay, aonordinf to Lea
nt a or ru'.fu.
J M tiwfit, Va
C F F -.rrii, Ky
K M wads, Va
K C Pinkham, Tenn
W Harm, Tenn
II Brutoa. N 1
k T Kami. Ala
. C riD k, H
. W il.rdy. X.nn
) W Kobbin. Ky
i 1 H WMtlika. N Y
t R W llnwa. T.r.n
I 3 M Tbomirnn. N Y
,Vr W P lljwurn, II
J U'hefllo.-k Aw, N Y J O Kit hie, N Y
Wblt Ku-f.H. Mi)
John M.arnf, Mo
J N fnlr, lenn
A L) flioki, Ha
T H Knif. Tnn
Tom Anilenun, Ark
Mm J A nilair. Cat
J K Clemran. Ala
A . bUck, Mill
W P Adanii, Mill
R J Jaiusi, Ark
W PJonti, T.nn
K H Harrif. Tenn
E II .In t- ivr, N Y
K li Child. T.nn
(J S Ho.t.n. In1
B 8 llxniilt n. Ma
B L Penny. Mo
B M Ayetei. Tenn
Mil. Mid".rn, Ky
D K Ooodinan, Utaio
Rl Brown, Tena
B J Lacey, Mill
W .1 Woodman, Ark
W Maion, Ua
K L Noble. La
J B Ilonod, Mill
J H Vaubaraor, Ky
J B Uuig'er, Ky
D A ,'rn AI, Miu
J II V ebb. Ky .
N U I itd-ey. jr. NY
KB llliam. Ark
M i Cunningham, Cal
E T Powell, Ky
R M Powen. Mill
L K Hlak., Mill
U F Iluitind, Mill
Q hinabaui, Ark
A W Perry. Tenn
H A (iurrifon, N Y
Mm I olirei. N Y
F P Greene, Ind
W W Upton, ill
L J Eleven!, Mo
W CTi Ur, Mich
I K Itoikini, Ky
C J Patte. ion, Ohio
li .1 K.ne. Tenn
O M Mmpon. Tenn
(i vt stixldara, Mill
I, H Ford, Ark
W li Uurr.il, Ol
J M Vtonroe, La
II M King, Min -J
II Maid. T.nn
J William', Ml.i
Mm W Williami, Mill
. nillWU'i Hir, 1,110 ,, .. ..iiau.
k L Ti.ud. Tenn R Verier. Mil
Mn 8 U Yenr, Mill II T iTainu, Mo
JUPanhall.Mo II U Halnei. Mo.
W. B. BtKQHAM Misisia.
Bnropean plan. Knlaried and relurniihld.
iTiom aooordini to ii and looa
tiou of roomi.
SC Hwoope, Jr, Ala
S Weir, T.nn
P M O'namen, III
W B Ilaria, Ark
W U L Klce, Tenn
DrT J Swift iw, Tenn
It C wonua. Mial
0 H Martin, Tens
A Vlnonm m, 111
J S Dean, Tenn
T B Ballon, Ark
w 1 firani, i.a
Mill Pattii Boyd.Tan W M Taylor, Tenn
J U Tonjoett, lenn
J K Richard. Miu
Phil Hmith. Ark
llarlow Dow, Tenn
J Laiornarion, Miu
T Parki, Tenn
K L Merrii,Tenn
H B Cullen. Tena
J Hee ler, Mini
O J Kirk, Ark
L Bellinrrath. Ala
J OClav AI, Mill
W T Kamey Aw. Mill
UVIBV Oili ITJIBSJ Tf A. UBkUlfJJ W, ii
MriFBBradyJc.Min J W Ilonnoll, Mill
M T Cooper. Tena
K I 'Win, Tenn
R 0 Bran. Ill
J M Prewitt, Tenn
8M Oreen Aw, Ark
A Woodwin. Tenn
K I, Monby, Miu
T Bond, wid, Ky
0 MiIIt, Ga
K W Toanjr. jr. Ala
J M Bnowdun, Tenn
J K Cbalnieri, Miri
Mill K Lyle, Temi
U B Keami, Tenn
P K Parkani. Ark
O J KirkTinn
P D Stepbenbon, Va
K r biitoD, Tenn
SClTpbell if, Mn
K 11 Pemberton, Tenn
WK Youns Aw, Miu
W W MtQuinton.Tenn
U H Marob, Ua
LHurly k'Us, Mill
II Moore km. Mo
I I. Martin, Va
II N Lubii, Tenn
U 6 Jerri', Tenn
K 0 Keitmi, Ter n
T Bhkmin, Ark
0. B. 8 ALLOW AY A CO PioemiTosa.
Ratei U W and 13 per day. acoordini to
! and location of room Speoial
D Dura-in. M H L Ilarrlion, 111
0 R Uerrdorf, Mo 0 Youni, Tenn
Q K McMurohy.rk K H I'enj iinin, N H
W black, Ark S U Card well, Ark
W I evy, Tonn J J Kicbards. Miss
J A Kngeri, Tenn C F Butlor, Ohio
J W L.onard, Qa Y Montgomery, jr. Mill
J (J Martin, Tenn K A MoNeely, Him
W 0 McNutt, Ark W R Mullini, Tenn
A S Burkett, Ark R Waatmoreland, Ark
MKnti, Ark IIC Hmith, Mitl
0T Kelley, Tenn J Adnmin, Ct
A M (J'Noli, Ala LCUaiell,NY
M W niin, Tenn J K Keech, Tenn
F M Durall, Tenn 11 B Wynne, Tenn
Mra h M Arun'U, Mo W Kunell, Mo
0 W Bredon, La N Kaitir, N Y
A V Illi cit, Pa L dross. Pa
A Trunk, Conn J 11 M Bufialoe, K Y
W 11 (lowott, Ark 0 K Diver, Ark
J Friable, Pa 0 W Yarby, N Y
J S Montiomary.Miii C II Maraball. N Y
II Ke'.io, Mo (1 Lipiher, Cal
V K I'avne, Ky M Lymh, N Y
HFKa-tiu n.Mo A Ueol.e, N Y
W VSulliTan.Mill WU Young, NY
C U Aolt, Mo J W Drabelle, Mo
8 Grantlnaky, Mo CF9immona,Mo
K A Jndkim, Mo i M l'atton. Mo
J II Heilland. Ill T Downey, Mo
0 Vnnd-nand, NY WB Allen. Ind
CEHoyK T.no B Whit., Ky
K Ohamberi, Pa K (J Davidson, Ky
J MoDonald, Mo L hite, Ky
DC Duncan, III w R Bell, Whlo
C D Joyce, I C T Johnron, N Y
J 8 Campbell, 111 J M Compton, Ky
K J Hairii, Mo J W Hull, Tenn
Mra Baniok. Canada K 0 Merrill. Tenn
F0 Mann, Man W P Adiimi. lean
A Becker, Tena - W S Moore, Tena
E Vaughn, Tenn G Deiai, Tenn
W Haley Aw, Ala W J Mitchell. Ala
0B Jenningt. Ia ' W Man At, La
8 U Birdieli, La Mr. 8 0 Birdn.ll, La
0 B Jaokaon, Mich Mn 0 B Jackson, Mioh
W J Nixon, Ark Visa Nixon, Ark
J Hill Af, Tex Clones Aw, Tex
W Mandey, Ark C B Jenka, Ark
A Friedman, Tenn X Jackson, N Y
J R Keck, DO.
ma. d. r. unit's co wpi iv.
Misi A Uallatin, Miss ile'en lioinor,
Percy Sage, Donald 6midt,
K U Strong, Mi. a 1 Carroll,
Misi Fanny Gillette, John A Lane,
Sydney Uomret, J 8 Goodhorn.
HnOy's Enropena Hotel.
Corner of Adami and Main itreeti. Roomi,
KM, 7na and II per day; American Plan.
U per day. First class Restaurant In the
Hotel. J. M. DUFFY (10 yianwith Pea
hodv Hotel), Proprietor.
J S Dud'ey, Tenn W y. Hutchkisi. N Y
FT Caldwell. Tenn . K V hi..er, Ky
A D.ckinion w, Argy w HuoiihHt,Tenn
.1 11 Gage, WvoT
J Serbian, III
J A Williams, Mill
L W Finitn, lenn
A Jones, Mo
F Hesson Aw, III
H Hawkins, M ai
W II Hill, Ark
F 8 Jewell Aw, Mass
- r nunoni, olisa
M Ilornhrook. Ark
I S Cowles, Tenn
W L Philiipi, Mill
J I Casiloa, Ark
L a Leaver, Ai k
J 11 loun, Ky
A Murohv. Misa
J P Cranipacker, Ktl It Strphens, Kaa
J W C'owell. lenn
U W Goff. Md
DH Mathews, Mill
W MoSwine, Mill
C B Collins, Tenn
8 Black, Ark
It J Phillips. Ark
C J Turner, S J
T L Moore, Ark
U Cameron, Ark
WT Koger), Tenn
T L Harrison, Aik
A T Ford, Tonn
L p.-rragin, Tenn
J Delain, III
W K Tricken, Tenn
A T Allen, Mo
W ti Jamison, Ind
H A Williams, Tenn
K S Jamison, Ind
A M Cherry. Misi
W C lUrrlaon, Aik.
(Formerly Commercial ftotel.)
Our. Front and JeSTerum st., Memphis, T.nn
J. 11. PainiiT, Prop'r, of Richmond, Va.
Transient ratal, II ,i0 to tl per day.
W II Downs, Miss C L Perch, Mo
John Palmer, Mo Z T K-nen n. Tinn
A J Maaon, Ark Kd Sullivan, Mo
W A McGuire, Tenn .1 S Hyde, Tenn
W J Sitay.Tenn H C Blandish, Tenn
J S Weir, Tenn 0 II Hrown, Tenn
Kd K Howes, Mo W 11 Wilson, Ind
J Van MclloeAw.IniJ llFranklin.M ALRRy
W Pryor, Tenn
J K Ouinn. Ark
W V Alnr. Ark
T i koser, Ark
L D DjvIi, Ala
V K Brown, Ark
T B Haines, Tenn
PS Dychen, Tenn
r J Moats, Ala
Ctl Harper. Ark
K llowen, Miss
Sim Hobaon, Ml"l
J II UolKway, Ark
CO Smith, Ark
H C Simpson, Mo
B Kpra, Ark
P II Grundy. Miss
.1 N Moore, Tonn
' B Kimbell, Ark
V B Thayer, Tenn
riam Johnson, Venn
Ol'o Soypiiel, Tonn ,
M S Jay, Toun
C A bouglaaa, Mill
J M Kight, Ark
DM Uancy, Mlai
II L Prlddy, Tenn
i W Vaughan, Tenn
J W Caldwell. Ark
W Houston, Tenn
Ed Rutland, Tenn
SL Compton, Mial
L Cooper, Ark
W T P.rh.ui, 111
John Johnson, Mo
ll.nry Claton, Mial
R Biikamoore, Tenn
0 M Carroll, Tenn
J 1 Caruthera, Ark
T J Dnwlinr, Tenn
J M Duncin, Tenn
i M t o'
l o'eman, Tenn
AUDITION A L KIYKltH.
Niw Oblsans, D.H-eaber 8
Night Arrived: Ht'lena, Memphis.
OincrsHATi, 0 D ceoiber 8. Night
River IS feet on the gn,te and fall
ing. Weather clrar and pleasant De
parted: Buckeye State, Memphis j U.
P. Bchenck, New Orleans.
Oaibo, III., December 8. Niuht
River 13 fei 9 inches on the frauRe and
falling. Weithercloar and co!d, Ar
rived: W. W. O'Neill and tow, New
Orleans, 5 p.m. No departures.
Lonisv'LLs, Kr., Dumber 8.
Niirht River falling, with 7 ieet 0 inches
In the canal and 6 font 7 inches on the
alls. Business uuiet. Weather warm
ud fosgv. Arrived: Ohio, Memphis.
Departed: Deeoto, Memphis.
St. Louis. Mo . December 8 N.'irht
The rivar is practically unchanged,
except tLat the ws'.cr in the tarW
has risen 18 intbts fince vostpriliey.
ran.e:! by btcking np from the go'ge
Mow. Weaiher wa-m?r, but the
t'-awina rrofew is slow.'
DECEMBER 0, 1SS0.
Ta aflib tr . ' v v. i .
iaMjS9 J aagjuaai jrrvjnsaiTJiaa. t Z - '
No. 200 and S93
KAim LEIIY HAHI?WAI-JaT: AND
W SPECIAL PHICES U Railroad anc Levee Contractors for Wasron, Scraper end Cart Uantcw. Ct
AND YOU'LL PROFIT BY IT
IF YOU ARE WISE.
HERE'S A POINTER IGood
Clothing is always tbe cheapest, ai
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 Second stro.et, sell noth
ing but good Clothing. Our special
ty is Fine Clothing, bought at saori
fiae prices from the Merchant Tail
ors, and ofiercd to the publio at bar
HERE'S A SUIT POINTER !
A real Well-made Suit, selling for
Icbb than a much inferior grade of
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,
Princo Alberts, Full Dress, and all
styles in vogue at the preesnt time.
We have no cheap grades of suits,
but the extraordinary low prices at
which we buy enables us to sell High
Grado Suits for less than the oloth
and the making oost. The great ad
vantages we ofler make it a great ad
vantage to buy irom us.
HERE'S AN OVERCOAT
POINTER! If you haven't an
Overooat you'll soon haw to got one.
You may have but a little money to
spend, but yet you want the best ar
ttole you can get for that small sum.
Well, you can get the best for the
least money at ths Misfit Olotihsu
HERE'S A PANTS POINTER
In addition to the Lowest Prioes,
we have the Best Assortment and
the Best Fabrics 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 ?
262 Second , Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
N.B. Remember, all alterations to
insure a Perfeot Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE, by First-class Tailors
in our Parlors. -
FIRST QUALITY I
Hindi! thi FintQualltr Rubber Shoei
ONLY, and lell them ai obeap ai others
ell their second and third mdei.
First Quality Wool Lined Arctics.
MEN'S SIZES SO
LADIES' SIZES.. 1
MI88ES' SIZES ... 1 OO
CU1LD3' SIZES 79
First Quality Robber Over Shoes.
MEN'S SIZES!.. 7SO
LADIKS' BIZBS... .BO
M18SKS' SIZES Oe
CHILD3' SIZES .....SBe
First Quality ol Llaed Alaska.
MSN'S 8IZES 1 SU
LADIES' SIZES.'. 1 OO
Men's and Ladies' Rubber Boots.
Heat' Rubber Hla Md Aportlaat
Bool. SI' ! LetdleV aab.
kxir Closra, Btoir acHse aaaadaila
aad alaabkar Rhaca af all da.
Mtripiloas Cheaper Ihaai aj
300 MAIN 8T11EET.
23H Sr.C OM NT.
Wa M. SIcGATdla,
Uoneral Jobber In BRICK rtOKK
tiKATRS SET, and Hmokins Chlmnayi
Cored. All work luaranteed.
. . 4
SECOND STREET, HEBIPIITS. TENK.
W IIOLUS i LE
MANDFACTURERS AIJD JOBBERS
Bsja. a, aaai aaavBa
CR 6 TOOK OF BOOTS AND SHOES
eonple e than aver, eomprialni not onlr
amm, aaraoio ana itf nia tooai, wnion we
TO TH TBADB wa offer
BOL1U Bl.us, we are
enabling MerobanU to ill in without being
uuiu li i ma sjki. wb am ra ii rn iiainu iiu aiu uruasra
repared to nil oraen
Soots and S
J.JZJL'UXr1L BRO. cb CO.
aaoala.ror tkeCelebrated W. I,. Donilaa $S s CaaJLf Bbaea aad MC
Hoju' Bboea la all a(rlM '
OF MEMPHIS A 8AFE DEPOSIT, TRUST CO. AND
2Vo. 42 MADISOJf ST1IEET, MKMPIIIS, TESN.
, DUDLET FB4TNKR,PraldPBl.
H. J. BLACai, Caahler.
ROABD OF DIRECrOKS.
W.D.BETHEL. J. R. GODWIN, S. P READ. W. N. WILKKR80N,
TH0S. H. ALLEN. JNO. OVERTOff.Ja., W.F.TAYLOR, R. B. BNOWDKN,
H. I. MoDOWELL, R. DUDLEK F RAISER, Wm. A.WILLIAMSON. R. 1. BLACK.
aa-Deroi'ti received from OO rnnti opward. and Intereat allowed on same lemi-anno-allr.
Will But and tiell Local Seonritiei, aot as Trustee, Receiver, ete. , for Corporation! or
Individuals. Can become Ouardian, Administrator, eto. Ba? end Sell Eiohanie.; Special
attention paid to Colleotioni. Money can be drawn oat at any Hiite, when desired
for Investment In Real Estate or otherwise. Have a eommod'ous Vault for tbe Deposit of
Valuables for tha benefit of Krsolair t'natotaera, free ot charee. Hale Deposit Btfseb for
rent. Savlnra eap.fiailv aoilnlt.d. A 1'epsitnrv of the Htnte of Tunnessee.
Agent and Commission Merchant and Wholesale Dealer.
mr Having purchased the entire itoek of Henrr Peres, 84 Belle itreet' at a low figure, ooi
iating of btovti, Furniture, Queemware. Tinware and Household Furniih'ng Ooodi, we
will sell eheaper thanaov other house in the oity. Qiveusaoall.
P.8. All kinds ot New and Second-hand Stovei and Maohinery for sale oha.p.
Wa buy all kinds of Rags and all (trades of Cotton, Iron, Bones, Hides, Vuri, Metali aad
Feathers. Highlit Cash Prioes Paid and Prompt Returns Made on all itoodi consigned; e
me. 10OO lone Old lroa ; Wanted.) t Correspondence eolioited, and Price Lilt
400,411 tind 41.1 Miflby Strand sVlIteale St.,HImphl8,T?nBV.
W. B. CfALBREATH & CO,
- 75 STATE STItEET, BOSTON, MA8S.
Gash Advances ou Consignments.
JNO. S. TOOF. I. L. MoOOWAN.
oof. IciiowaQ i Go.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Aud;Dealri In Levee and Railroad Supplies,
No.'S74 Front Street MemoMn-Tennewi..
To Dlaiolve t'opartnerahlp.
a-0or entire stock ha to b. sold by Jan
uary 1, 1887, te Dissolvi CopaTtnarihip
our oom pan r retiring.
Formerly 75 oenti and $1.00.
Fancy Feathers and Wings
125 and 50 Cents,
Formerly One Dollar. TJ
Mr Bridal and Hoaralnar Onlflts.
asrThe finest asiortmmt of DOLLS ia the
aarHati Reshaped, Featheri Cleaned, Dyed
asrilolden Hair Wash by the Small or Large
LARGE BISK DOLLS
From 85 Cntrf Up.
AUEA & MCCARTHY, ProprB,
110, 142, Hi Front, Memphis,
ONK orTnR LA.ROK8T BOILKR SHOPS
In the fcooth, and the only eompleia
Holler ana onnet-iron Work! In tbe oity.
aaanallactarrrs ! iloavy Plate Iran.
work ar every deerrlplloa.
attention giriu to planUtion work.
F.T1EYEK, and Tr.
asm mmmmm. Bwaas em II I
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR IB MORI
tha beat and flnait bat alio fnll lines of i
onor at low ngorai.
I onr foods la
aur S9vj l sai at nu aaaj.
0 EXTRA CObl. ths
oom palled to bar goods not needed.
AND PRTOF I.TST M A ILUn wri
W. ST. WILKRRNOBT, Tle-Praldeai,
VH. B (sKlf'riAiti.Tellxr.
J. S. MoTIGEK.
W. 0. PATTE80S.
I). S. JOHNSON'S,
No. 17 Jq3twa .Street,
(Between Main and Front) MEMPHIS.
IBiUblUhed In lSHO.t
DR. JOHNSON is aoknowledred by all par
ties interested aa by tu the most iue
oessful phyiioian in the treatmentof privaSe
or secret disease!. Quiok. permanent cures
guaranteed in every oaae, male or female.
Recent cases of ttonorrhea and SyphUil
oured In a few dan without the use of mer
cury, ohann of diet or hindranoe from
business. Secondary Syphilii, the last Tee-
ilge eradicated wilboitthe nie of mercury,
nvoluniary losa ot toman stopped in short
eiual powers restore to free vigor in a few
weeki. Viotlmi of lolf-aauie and ezoeilive
venery, luflering from ipermatorrhea nd
loss or physical and mental newer, speedily
and permanently mired. Particular atten
tion paid to the Diseasei of Women, and
eurei guaranteed. Piles and old sores cured
without the use of saoitlc or the knife. All
consultations itriotly confidential. Medi
cines tent by express to all parti of the
en cored at half the u.
ratei. Uffloe boure irom So clock a.
,D. S. JOHNSON, M.P...
308 Front St.
j. p. noLST & mo.
(BDCCXB80BS TO ii. M. BOLflT 4 BBO
HATS m.tX OTED TO
Ho. S3 SECOND ST., MEMPHIS.
A FULL and complect stock of Wood and
Matallis Oeaei end CMketi, ClothVov
ered Caaketi and Burial Rohni alwiyi on
hand. aarOrdari by tetwraph prcuptir