OCR Interpretation


The Memphis appeal. (Memphis, Tenn.) 1886-1890, December 14, 1886, Image 5

Image and text provided by University of Tennessee

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84024448/1886-12-14/ed-1/seq-5/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 5

MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TTESDAY, DECOIBEB 14, 1885.
(wassr HCKBAI R1DMKLT, )
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Wo. 88 MADISOJT 8TSXXT,
to U receipt ! a larrer, more varies and better ss-
teste tUck f C1SSWIM8.W0BSTEDS, SLIT156M
aid 0TEIC0ATING3, (all
Umi.) thai wu ever ikewn
lUck esmsrlsei ths ckolceit
ud it d arable gosds u ffSsUlemen's wear.
tV Samples suael Price oa application te these
who kave left measures.
IS
JEWELER
290 MAIN STREET,
HAVE
ock Open
lew SI
NEW AUCTION HOUSE.
WE would reeieotfully announce to the publio that we hare opened an Auction noure
, -ill --J 1 l..-.l Anet nn Holiness, lit. nur n d stand, fco. I IKl HIH
Street, in the Wobster Block. Having secured the servioes ot Mj. J. R. MnDON ALD.ths
well known Auction Saleman, who hue a long experieroe in the auction business, we are
prepared to make sales at RESi DENCES or STOREHOUSES, and will pay partlcnlar at ton
tlon to the sale of Real Estate and aolioit a liberal patronage, as our motto is QUICK SALES
and PROMPT SETTLEMENTS We will make special rates with Attorneys, Adminis
trator.. Assignees. Sheriffs. Commissioner and Guardians. Sales at our' Salesrooms dally
at 10 o'clock a.m. and at 7 o'clook p m., and Trade Bale onoe a week, the day to be an
nonnced heroafier. Consignments of Merchandise of every kind solicited.
N. ItKNTHOfrF A ., LiceHMMl Auctioneer.
J. R. MrDON ATiO. Salesman. . .
AMUNI HKNT8.
JEMPHIS THEATER.
IMMENSE SUCCESS.
The Representative Irish Comedian,
W. J. SCANLAN
(PEEK A-BOO).
Tuesday and Wednesday Mights and Satur
d.iy Matinee,
"nNK-Ka-I.AW."
Thursday and Friday Nights, the Roioantlo
Irish Drama,
"THE MINSiBEL."
Hear Scan an 's New Soncs. .....
Monday ,J;eeaIS0SllCOOHLAN.
ROmNSOX'S MUSEUM.
Open from 1 to 10:30 p.m. Satur Jars Iron
10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
A host of attractions this week. A. 0.
Babel, Cowboy Pianist: Jas. Maurice.
Elastic Skin Mnu; the Living Two Headed
Cow, and a host of other wonders, and an
ntire new company la our Bijnu Theater,
presenting a prog'amine of mirth, musie
and original novelties.
10-
..ADMIB-ION TO ALL..
IOC
TAKEN UP.
"tOW AND CALF On last Saturday. 11th
ti
instant. Owner can hare same by prov
ing property ar d piytDg charges.
J. H. 6K8SUM, coalyard, Marshall ave.
M
ULE-Owner can have tnwti by proving
nrnrtArtv ami iiu.vit)fr cbnruoi.
od
v M
Lisr
OsT UK Ml.-wAlD A bet of Plans be
I J longing to 1). Lowenstein A Brothers
New Building, please return to
JOHN REID, Builder.
CtTEER-
-A large red steer, with large
O horns.
A liber.il rewa'd win oe pain a
1 A IM wr IS I K ri f I
for alk.
NEW SEWING MACHINES at half prife.
Addregr "l-owinj Machines," Appeal.
TIIE LKFTWICU HOU 'E-With lot illox
148i leot, on Second street, immediately
north ot the Central Baptist Church. A de
sirablo invtstuiot t, and on very m,y terms.
K. J. BLACK 4 CO.
LOT of "Id 8ish. Doors and Lumber, at
First Baptist Church, on Seo nd street,
Bear Ada mi. 1 n q Hire fo' h arle Uo'lman .
SPLENDID SBTTKH D IMS.
W. vl. STAItK, Hiplcv, Miss.
TWO NICE BUlLDlNa I.TS On Mon
roe extended, corner of Bayhsi at , each
lot havina a Iront o tO feet by 15.i feet in
depth. Xhefe lots lie vor near (treet car
line, and are in a hik-h and healthy location,
and being outride corpnr-ition no city t.ioa
to pay. A bargain can be had. Apply to ,
M.Jj.JjK ELgepJ,J87Jinst.
HITZFELD'S Per'umed Ileadliaht Oil,
Gasoline and Oil t-tovos; 13 Second St.
UBURBAN RKSIDe'KCK Two and one
half miles 'from Court b'quare. A splen
did houfe with ten rooms and ten acros of
good land. The bouse, located in a beautiful
grovo Of fnreHt trce, is finishoi in modern
style, and will please any parties desiring an
leganthome in the puburbe of the city. Ap
ply to R J. BLACKA OO-.Madison st
IPOM. BALE CUFP-Frmof Sl acres,
' 28 acres under fence, balance lim
bered; good sprirg; house of tnree roouii
and attic; at bt. Mmo StHtion, on C, 0. &
6.W. K.R. Address D , Appeal oflioe.
c
lOTTAOK Handsome new cottage on Mil-
fipsii.pi ave.! Ict'Oxi. Ald.ii.. Appeal.
TI OHSK-dood genile bunny borne;
lady
J-.L
candrlre. A. P. Tavor,
;a Madison at
s
MALL STOCK OF (lnOCRRIE.S-At
SW 1AI? Hi.
(HoPERl'V Paving 12 percent, net per
annum; fir.-t-ciaat repair: &l-K(0.
V. 1. LUMPKIN, 9 Malison st.
i g BE MIKE DEADRIl'K PLACE Of 210
X acres high, level, very rich land, 4 miles
east ot Memphis, nn Pigoonroost road; Oncly
impanved. ierms lilieral. Apply to
MlNThR PARhER,
or A. J. MARTIN. I!IW Main St.
VSE36II. P. " Furquahar" Ste.iin Engine
Kj and Uoriionial lubular Boiler, com
plete! ail scad us new; has not teen f ur
months sotuaj s-rvice. Also, one new Fo. 2
"Fay"R saw Mach ne. ith W inoh saw.
Apply to R. .1. W"Qi'B. Cotton Vx. Building.
ATA BARUA1N A good paying Ueriuan i
X. Boardinghousa in ueiena, Ara , owner
wisbina to retire. V r lurlher particulars,
Irsnireat BKl'NER'H, in Helena, Ark;
"ElRST-CL Ablf h A RB KR SHOP-With a
P good trade; reason 'or selling, kadhealh.
1VUI sell cheap. Address ,
B , this office.
cowl
nd young oalf,
at Keek's Stables,
c
OTION SKED Alien Long Staple Cotton-Seed:
beoentiner bushel in lot oi
aot less than 100 eoshels. .
0 B. CLARKK.
2MULE8 AND DRAVR Address
K.i :W Mississippi avenue.
mwo mijlks and oravm.
X Address W., this office.
LOT Choloe Fort Pickering lot; no city
taxes. PR, PINSON, 279 Main St.
DLD PAPERS-Cheap.at
APPEAL OFFICK.
TiKAME Cottage, on oor. Hayburn av. and
J? Oeorgia st. t lot 66x170, with a house ol
rooms, in good order. This Is a choloe piece
of property, and caa be purchased on easy
monthly payment by payng part cash. A p
ply Minter Parkero A. J. Martin, 2H9 Main.
PLANTATION On the Arkansaa Rivar,
Lincoln County fiOO acres In high sU'e
of cultivation ; ltvlo acres In tract: well im
proved : steam gin, 2 latge barns. 21 good catl
ing and ha"danms duelling, 7 rooms, with 20
acras lawn in front. Lter,il terms. Apply tt
MAI.LORY, RAWFORDA CO.,
372 and 374 Front street, Memphis,
or J. B ( A H U VT rSerasra, Ark.
fnOR SALE CUEAP-No. 8 WashingtoB
1 Hand Press, for nine-oolumn t aper t
good as new. Inquire at No. 37 Union st.
A
T F. A. Jouns A Co.'s., one nioe gentle
boisr MAHK that any lady can drive
nr ride nerfectly safe.
le
Tp ESIDENCB-Nos. (Hi and 88 Market st.
LX in good repair; lot 57il4HH. Apply to
y.C KUNNKDV. 47S Mosbyst.
C" tllAMUftK'b FOLDtNii M ACHTNK Bnt
. little smk), and in good condition. A p.
lyat APPEAL OFFICE.
tkli season's Impsrta-
1b tkia Market. Tks
dtilg - at, fistit textures
4W
CORNER MADISON
TUEIK -
for Inspection
FOU LFASE.
T71A RM T wi-h to leans mv farm, ihroe
V and a half miles southeast ot Collier-
ville. on the Mt. Pleasant road, containing
Kiant uunarea Acrs, in lennepgi-e nu uiia
. ..inni . wnll tAnced. with ffinhnuse. stables
and cabins sumoient for all purposes: the
best of well Vater, and stock water in abun
dance in the dryest times. .
OKO. A. SMITH.
rEUSONAI,.
WANTED -caption.
A DIVORCE The abova
I know, wi 1 at'raot some
att ntion, ant I feel sure some ingenious
individual will find grounds on whcb 1 can
obtain a divorce, although several lawyers
to whom! stated mv onse could find none.
I have been married two years ana eight
months.' My husband is a good looking man
ot 40 yean; is not addicted to drink; in
fao. has no vices that I know of, and while
K. Invai na and Riinnlins ma with mv every
want, yet, though l am ashamed to say it, I
love him not, and therefore, under a ficti
tious name and addro.ia. offer tJb OT one of I
Samelson & Cn.'s beautiful iVeerschaum
Kats as a reward to anv individual who can
show me on what grounds I can get the
aforesaid divorce, and hs can thereby earn a
nice Chri't'nai" present. Address in ooon-
dence UNHAPPY WIFK. Appeal office.
I ' ATIB HADSELL
V own Frank M II.
-P'ease write to your
i Memphis, ionn.
XTADAMB FAN NAYS The celebrated
IVi Uinsy Clairvoyant and lest Medium,
177 TttipH alp.. I.. n...r Pni.la.r.
rK8. LIi SCOMB KNOX-Oraoe, 275S
J Main St., over Leidy s. Omce teieuhnne
655. Dr. Knox's telephone at reidenoi, 9K1.
CUblERMb Built amt repaired and war
' ranted. Inventors! the Sanitary Port-
land Cemoot 1'um
Contractor and briok-
layer. Tel-phone
1SH. tiiiik (MIHUINS.
iVaih:.
SITUATION In a wholesale house to
travel or clrk, by a airicly temperate
yonng man of energy and expe'le ce; gro
cerios preferred; references. Addrers
TRAVEL, A ppeaiomo.
A OENT To hwn ile a fast felling art ole
XX sells atsigit: over KKI percent. proGt
la list FRANblOLI HOUSE
in tue forenoon or lat) in tLe ovonlig
Ro m No. 7ti.
at
Ct ALKSMAN In
this
Btite lir Blair's
IJ Oold Fountain Pens.
bet nmn'es sent
lor $ (whol s.ile pnoe). TI1K POPULAt
FOUNTAIN PI'N t0 --5T Ur. adwiy, N. Y.
CUTUATlON-In
wholesale hardware or
KJ grooerv, t.i travel in Arkansas;
am now
traveling in Arkansas for hardware hoaFe
with gtoi trade. Can give bfit ot reference.
Address HARDWARE. Appeal office.
KID UL0VKS TO CLE A N
At 44 North 'ourl ; atroet.
TO do collecting lor a par cont : referenoe
given. Address COL LKOi'OH. Appeal.
s:
HUATION By a good man cook. Apply
to rKAh JUIINHO.M. v Mesoto si.
jgOUSE OIKL-
Apply at
6M SHELBY ST.
1TANTED Qualified Agonts, by an Am
VV stordam (Holland) Banking doune, for
the sale of Ouarantecd Uovernment Pre
mium Bond), legally permitted by the United
States laws, at monthly installment pay
ment;. To oip ilile agents a sura way or
making money liberal commission, and
when satisfactory results a fixed salary may
be ar run aed. Apply, mating- relorotioos and
occupation, by lettor to B 11., care of Loan
A Th w g. Chicago.
BOY Twelve or thirteen ve'S of age, who
can read and write, to travel south with
a gentleman, fur three or fuur months, in
quire at the
PLANTERS H0USK. 3(11 Second tt.
HOUSE OR K00M-A small houe or
room suitable for ligb' housekeeping,
neir Main and Beale. References ex
changed. Addrca letter Carrier No. 4, P.O.
Will I K CVOK rieterei.ies requiie l ; 3iH
Adams St. Call durinir tnonnng hours.
LjllUAllOii-uy a young in.tu
woli afl-
U quainted with botol busin
ess. Uood ret-
AO drew
A. t.
Appeal office.
CU'l U A l l iN By an experienced and prao-
kJ ticol plantation manager; best of ret
erences hiven; correp
Address
Miondence solicited.
"M ANAHKR,"
tare t'ommwrcinl, fine mun. arx.
TjUi'ILS-bhurtnand Uught, "
I X at 63.Mnrk't street.
1 T AD1ES and Gentlemen, io city or coun-
J-i try, to tag tiwnt woig at tneir oomee,
Slim In l Via dav eaailv ma !e: work sent
by n.ail ; nooanvassing We have a good de
m.n.1 in. .ur work, .nd ftirnifh stead y em
ployment. Address, with stamp, CROWN
M'F'O CO.. 2i4 Vine St.. Cincinnati, Ohio. .
D
AY BOARDERS At
77 AD'MB ST.
RAP
IKuN A Quantity of ovet and
machinery crapiron and old car wheals.
ST. LOUS MALLTSABLE IRON CO
St. Louis. Mo
elALhsMKN In every State in tpe U';ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
SraoiALTiis that are popular and easy soil
ing. Can be handlod alone or in connection
with other goods. Addiem THE WM.B.
PRICK MANUFt. CO.. BALTIMORB. MP.
OAll MEH To do stBtion work on th
ZUU Memphis, Birmiogham end Atlantio
R.R., near Abord en, Mies. Appiyon work.
OARVEy A LEE. Contr.ctors.
LL UOLD A
blLVait For i;aa orsg
V
chanre. MIII.FORf). Jewe HlWWaia
TjLAT Or part ot a residenoe (three or
jj four rooms), in good reinhHorhood, for
light boustgeeping.oo reason. oie terms; ref
erences exchanged. Ad. C. H. T.,tbil ofEce
C1fl TEAMS AIM per lyi lKIDriverf
&J ai ll.ffl t er day. Pay every Satur
A., ni.ht. a fllatinn Men I Will Dag from
12 to 17 cents per yard. Best work on the
levee; bo roots; no grabbing; an new wora
Infields. 'o acsraps. irq'iireoi
F. A.JON ES A CO., 61 Monroe street,
or on works i f Forrest A Co.. Austin, Miss.
f( t uOD Colored Chambermaid,
VJ
At 72 Msdiana street.
A GENfS
In svery town to sell Ptanoi
Xi- and Organs
OT AM PINO A
IlUlJUh at"., mompms.
AND KM HRdlDERlNG-To
O order in best styles at
may's emporium.
AN An intollietit.rnet man to rep
xVJ. resent, in hii own locality, a large re
sponsible house. A remunerative salary to
r(ht party. Ktaady position References
exchanged. American Manufacturing lipase,
16 Barolay St., N.V.
IIoIMh rrenentK, Malfortl's.
S
OtPOr SHE PURCHASED
BT THE I&OX X0USTAIN BAIL
KOAD. FuTornblo Exhibit Made by Roads
Rannli i" to Memphis An In
crease of 1 arnlnfg.
Tbe Iron Moat tain Railroad Com
pany yesterday filed lor record detds
to the following derctibed property,
on which it is purpored to erect
deptatid to construct tbe tracks ren
dered necessary for ti e transaction ol
its business. The entire purchase
money ia $(33,700, bnt oiber piopetty
to be purchased will swell tbe amouut
to abcut $S0,(HX).
Overton & Grotvenor to the Iron
Mcuuta.n Railroad Company of Mem
phis, lo-s 2ill), 300 and 301 of tbe Jchn
Overton tubdivisiou in Konth Mfm
phis; also lots 361 ncd 378 and tbe
east pait of lot 3G0, of the flan.e subdi
vision, $14,919 39.
John Overloc, jr , liustee for Robt.
L Overton, to ame; lot 4D9 of the
Oveitou subdivision in South Mem
phis; $1977 42.
John Oveiton, jr., trustee for'Jeag!
M. Overton, to same; lois 376, 377,
379 and 300, of the Jodn Overton sub
diviiou iu boutb Mtmphi6; i0,
519 88.
John Over on, jr., to same; lot 357
of the John Oveit in eubdivisiou in
South Memphis; 11977 42.
II. L. Craighead and wifa I) fame;
lota 358 and 431 ar.d the weet part of
let 339 of the John Overton subdivis
ion in Souta Memnhis: $7275 89.
M, Dii kirson and wild to same, lots
302, 303, 319, 320, 321 and 322 of John
Ovenen subdiviriioif in South Mem
phis, $13,780.
John M. Thompson and wife to
same, lets 287 aad 288, and the vest
62 leet of lot 285 ot the John Ovettmi
subdivinion in Sjuth Meuiphis, 8280.
To al, $63,760.
Thia property is Inca'ed in the vicin
ity of Webattr, Sixth, Georgia, Ten
nessee, Clay and Calhoan etrtete.
Anotbcr Irlesnphla Road.
The Baltimore, Memphis sod Nash
ville railroad charter waa registered
tiday. Tf.e incorporators are: E. W.
Cole, Jas. M. Head, Wni, Morrow, B.
F. Wilson, A. S. Colyar and J.O.
Nceiy. This is tbe road that is pro
posed to be built across the State
Irom Memphis to Bristol.
Railroad Knrnlaaa.
Revised and official data concerning
tailro. d earnings for the eleven months
ended November 30h has just been
received and show the following:
Louisville and Kaxbvllle.
Gross earnings from January 1st
to November 30, 1886, $12,718,144,
against $12,511,690 same period in
1885, an iucrease of $206,454.
Louisville, Sew Orleans) and Texas.
Gross earning from January 1 to
November 30, 1886, $1,508,354, against
$1,146,592 for same ptriod in 188j ; an
increase of $169,142.
Hempbls and Charleston.
Groaa earnings from January 1 to
November 3), 1836, $1,28,851, against
$1,1 16,4(19 for came eriod in 1885 ; an
increase o,f $32,442.
Kansas C lly, Nprlnitflelrt and Mem
libis. Gross eamingi from January 1 to
Novembnr 30, 1886, $1,341,287, against
1 33S.831 for the same period in
1883, an increase of $2456. The above
are grcss eariings.
Chesapeake, Ohio nn I Sonlhwest
ern, .
Net earnings January 1 to October
31, 1886, $501,803, against $403,062 for
the sttne period in 1885, an ircreaie
oi jy,74i
lonlsvllle and Nanlivlllo.
N3tear ing) January 1 to October
31,1886, $4,418,093, Rga;nst $1,411,739
in lt83, an increaie of $36,354.
Lonlsvllle, new Orleans and Texas
Nrtt eKinings Jnnuary 1 to October
31, 188', $306,305, a.-ainst. 1133,957
in 183), au incmese of $172,348.
Memphis and Charleston.
Net ernfnm J inuary 1 to October
31, 188ft, $337,56 ..aga ntt $175,297 in
1885, a't incftaee (;f $182,268.
LAW ItKFORTS.
Chancery Court Ellef, Cbaueellor.
Opinions rendered: Courts vs.
Dickens, commas oners nppoinied to
partition land; R-ad vs. Mullaily, dis
miaal as to Mullally, dicree in favor
of complainant againet indorsers.
Decrees pntraed: Topping vs. La
Grill, judgment on Humei's note:
Fisher vs. Loague, petition for taxes
dismifissd; Stae vs. Warneke, plea
disallowed; Tate vs. Univercity, eaie
confirmed; State vs. Butler, pleas die
allowed. Calendar as published.
t'lrenlt Court Ksles, Jadsre.
Tbe case of Donnelly & Co. vs. the
Louisville, New Orleans and Texas
railroad is on trial and will take nil
day today. No cthor cases will be
triea today.
Criminal Conrt IlasBose, Jndgre,
Alfred Ms in. indicted for larceny,
and Georae Uiiot on, lndictei lor cur
rying concealed weapons, were lounu
not guiity.
Harry Day wap toond guilty oi eteai'
ing a ranle and te.iteuced to three
veara in the penitentiary.
lMndr inr today: ill, wm. vic;
lf.0, G. W. Llttlejuhn; 129, Alex. Aub
tin.
Calendar for tomorrow: 140-141,
FrankTuren; 158, Jim Taylor; 157,
Sain Steadmon; 134, L R. Godwin,
107, Charles Howard and R. Uowlett
Motion lor bail.
AM USEMEJS TS.
Heanlan In "Nhanefna-Lawn."
The Theater was pretty well filled
last night on the cccaaion of the ap
Dear an ce of W. J. Scanlnn. Irish come
dian, aod compiny in Shane-na-Lawn,
a play well known to iuempms tneaier
goers, and one mat always entertains
Mr. Hcanlaa introduced many new
son us and save an interesting inter
pretation of ''Shane," the brave Irish
lad. Tbe plav waa well staged and
costumed, and was given with a strong
cist. It was we 1 received by tbe au
dience, who applauded aad laughed as
the different aceneo were presented.
Shane-na-LitiM will be reproduced to
night aod tomorrow night and at the
matinee on Saturday.
RoMnvon'a Hsseaai,
A. O. Bahel, tbe cowboy pianist,
opened an engagement ytslerdayto
large audiences, who were entertained
by his captivating mnsio. It is claim
ed that he never took a music Irfc m
and cannot read music. Among
other attractions are ss followe: Jam' a
Maurice, the elanic., skin man, the
two beaded cow, a curious freak of
nature. In tbe theater a new pro-
gramme is presented by clever peo-
file, who always an ceed in entertain,
og their pa rons.
Rose CoiMaa.
Tbia dislioBiiiehi-d acnes will ap
pear in Menuhia C'iri.'maa as k In I
repertory "f "Id t'omeiHca Lady J
Iyon$, echcol fur Scandal, London At
gurancY. -4i You L it It, m. d P.'g Wof
fingtoa" in Matkt aif Facet Mis
CogUUn h" made) h.r l( f m. us in
tbe abive f lays at ack's Theater,
Nw York Cty, aid ti g vj tlesi
plays a pr.i) e- prod i.c 'on pne h' s mi
r; unded he'te f wi h lh" he"' inople
in the pr fe-s:on. Hit le dii gsnp
poit will be F'i-derii-de B 1 evlle, .
8. Lipman, Ohn Wnlrot, J G. Mc
Donald, M'. C'haa Wa'c.u, vitta Clde
Uarron aud i t'trs. the above p ays
will be pies -nted i'h the samecre
and beautiful cittumes ai m Ne
York Ciiy. .ttfa Cgiiiui 'a i?rr8s
have never been eqna'nl on the e'age
in these plays Her four' Lidy Teaale"
dresses cost over $ 800 a d the other
ate equally as ci-i-tli. utml i will
have atie'u in the way i f firs- cla a
plays with a firnt cif as c Mi pany.
THE MEMPHIS' 0XFEKENCE
N.NIUA AT JACKM., TEN'
AKMir:r,
Make a l.lxl of Miooliitmeata for
the Year Mr Hi alum Kitnulns
lu !f-iiiilii.
The Memphis C nf rtue of tbe
Methodist Kpiscral Church, South,
were in Be-xi"n yisicday nt J kson,
Tenn , ard a' j"Un at 1 t.'clc ck p.m.
after a href bnt i.leasont eepcinn.
Biihop W. W. Duii , ( South Ca--olinp,
preaidtd, and gv giat sa"s
factit n. The f iHo,i ok ppfiointraentH
weremaite:
MEMPHIS DISTMCT;
AV. T. Harris, Presiding Elder, Memphis:
First Church, R H. Muhon.
Centrul Cliurrh. R- W. lirwln.
Hernando Street, J. V Si ence.
Georgia Street aod raff iran Mrect, W. II.
Evens: 1), D. Moore, miiernumorury.
Springdale, J T. Winaii s.
Bartlott, A. C. Smith a
Kaleigh, J. P. Wa ker, w
Bethlehem, A H. Ti oma.
CollierviHe and Geriuantown, J. II. Max
well. Lagrange and Moscow, J. E Treadwell.
Wil iston.J. D. oulhvan.
Maoon, T. L. Boiwell
Grand Junction, T. I. Cason.
haulsbury, J. A. HusHell.
Chamlier's Chapel, Wo, K. Hamner.
Meiuiihis District High. School, M. r.
Leake.
BROWNSVILLE DISTRICT.
A. B. Wilson, Pre'iding K dor.
Brownsville St.tion, , L. Duckworth.
Brownsville Circuit, . A. Freeman.
Alamo and Bell , J. W. Knott.
Alamo Cirouit, W, A Dungan.
Denmark, W. D. Jenkins.
SUnton and Mason, E. 11. Stewart.
Braden, T. P. Rnmscy.
Souierville Station, H B. Swift; R. V.
Taylor, supernumerary.
Souierville C rcuit, G. T. Pceplcs.
Dancyville, H.J.Turner.
Whitoville. W. F. Barrier. .
Bolivar. Miss., D. L Uiues.
Bolivar Station, B. A Hayes.
Belmont, to be rupplied by J. C. Wilson.
Wesloyan Female College, John Williams,
president.
bomervnie iniuruie, n. r . unew.
JACKSON DISTRICT.
Warner Moote,IPreiiding Elder.
First Church, Guilloril Joner.
East Jackson, B. F. Blackman.
Wert Jackson, J. J. Lenenberry.
Jackson Cirouit. B. F. Chambers.
Spring Creek, A. 8. Taylor.
Henderson Station, G. W. Wilson.
Pinion, J. W. Blackaw.
Medina, T. L. Adams.
Humboldt Station, N. P. Ramsey.
Trenton Station. D rid Leilh.
Trenton Circuit. W T. C. Young: O. P.
Parker, suporiniondont.
JJradiord, 11 f. I copies,
Milan Station, E. U. 'Irnh.im.
cLemnresville, E. B. Piummer.
Memnhis Conference Female Inrtitnta, A.
W.Jones.
Agent Memphis Confer .-n !e remala insti
tute, J. A. File. , . , .,.
Jackson District juirii ocnooi, u. vr. wu-
on. .. . . .,..
UIEHSltUKU IlilTHlUi.
W. C. Johnson, Presiding Elder.
Dyeri-buig Station, K. T. Hart.
Dyerrburg circuit, S. 11. Williams.
Newbirn Stition, I K. ."anders.
Rtliertord, C J. Mnuldin.
Kenton, M. M T.ylor.
Friendsh'p, B. :edlni.
Woodvilto, i J. Siiiiuions.
Ripley and Durhamvillo, G. K. Brooks.
Honuing, J. S. Raii.ihaw.
Covington Station, K. K. lirandford.
Covington Circuit, K. K. Hamilton.
Mt Zion. Georgu 11 Marliu.
Randolph, W . VI. Adams.
U il-s Point, Mlp , to be tupplied'.
v ilsonville. G W t-ivans.
Dyerebnrg High School, . . J. .Aleadori.
UNION CITY DISTRICT.
J. (1. Evans, Presiding E!dor.
Union t'ity Station, J. G. Clark.
Union City Cirouit. L. Jewell.
Hickman Station, K. M. King.
Hickman Ciretil , J. H Wi.tors.
Columlm. Station, V. K. Milliard.
Tiptoiiville. , 0. Lmier.
Troy, A. J. Wheeler; R. 'f. Bluekwoll, su
pernumerary..
Million, r . iiynutn.
Beech Ridge, R E Graves.
Martin, K. W. Newxun.
Edgar, W. H.Frost; 8. Wenver, snper-
nuincraiv,
Fulton ad Wa'er Valley, J. T. 0. Collins
J. Moss, (luirnuuierary.
Fulton Circus, x. J. McGill.
Hresden t-tatiim, A. C. Mc ore.
Salem, Ribertl Norman.
PADVCAU USl'RICT.
W. E Sellars,Pre,j,llng Klder.
Broadway, J. 0. Hooks; J. V. Fly, super-
nil mnrarv.
Third Street, 11.
u. Owon; W. U. Leigh,
iitinrnumerarv
i'adncan Olrcult, J. coyards.
Hiiikleville. J. R. II rd,.
Wicklilte, 11. 1. Stephens.
Milbarn, 8. B. Love.
Clinton Station, G. T. Snlli.Bn.
Clinton Cir 'uit. J. II. Witt.
Wingn, D. M. Evans.
MayBeld, J. M.S.-ott.
Karinington, P. II Fields.
Brieniburg, A. N. Se.rs.
Ronton, O. D. Dhvis.
P.Jestine, O. A llafkell.
Birmingham, D. A Rons.
M'KBNZIK DISTRICT.
J. II. Roborts. Presiding Elder.
McKenie tati"n, W 0. Waters.
Pans Station. W. G. IlulUeT.
Paris Circuit. J. II. Johnson.
Congerville, R. II Pigue.
Manleyville, J. 11. Warmath.
G eason. R. L. West.
Huntingdon and Hollow Ruck, U. B.
Johnston.
'f relevant, R. E Humphrey.
Murry. 0. O. Bell. . ' ,
New Providence, J II. Cole: B. B. Risen
hoover, superruiner -ry.
BigSandy, W. J. Najlor.
Cottage Grove, C N Goulder.
Huntingdon. J. R. B U-. ..
Murry and Bcnt .n, W. J. Meuoy.
Agont for McTyeire Iostitute, J A. Moody.
LEXINGTON DISTRICT.
W. A. Cook, P'es ding Elder.
Lexington an 1 aaltiMo, N. R. Marr.
Lexinston Circuit, J U. Garrett.
Sard. s, to he supplied.
De 'a'urville, II. D Overton.
Scott's Hill, Thomas N. Wilkes.
Sul. hnr Springs, Miss., James U. Ossoa.
Camden, Chat. A. Coleman i D. M. K.Col
lins, upernumararr.
Sugar Tree, Joel B. Knight.
Mifflin, W. B. Matihews.
Adamsvllle, W. T. Lucket Thol. O
Petti-
grew supernumerary.
Hhlloh, A. J. Anderson.
Falcon, Miss., J U.Jones.
Bethel Sprin. Joseph a. Carl.
TRANSFERS.
J E. Oaruti ere, bill of sale to Mrs.
M. Winters of all the bar fixtures,
oh:.. coti'Q n d in nal: on at No. 168
Main street, ( t :be sum (I $125.
J. R. Hink et nx, tru t deed to Mar.
fhall 8. t-iiik, truitee, to seenre M. E.
Sink in thsiam of 110(H). 16 acres in
the Eighteenth Civil District, Bhelby
cotintv. Tena.
J. N. Ford t M'F, M. A. Amnions,
lot 74, W.llvighiy WilliatnasuodiviK
ion, 50x150 feet; consideration, $3C0.
Uo to LHYlKue'M,
In O ld Feil.iwa' building, for all the
l estttvlra n bonnetH. batj, and hair
uoo.Ih Siuirior articles etllitz st
lowest niarketpric
Fin Wutcn Repairing, Mnlford's,
CITY RAILWAY GOSSIP
PROPOSED COXSOLIDlTIOJt
inE TWO KOADS.
or
r wo Millions of Dillara In Slocks and
Ronda to B Itgncd What Preel
dent Madden Will lo.
Street railway ta'k is the Babject
that is at present the mont engroesing
toMimphia people. "V' ill the com
panies consol idate?'' is the question
biulnetg men are asking eacn other.
Tbe probabilitita are that they wilt,
although prominent gentlemen con
nected with both roads persist
in denting that anything bus
been done. Mr. Napoleon Hill waa
interrogated yerd.-y by an Appeal
reporter, bnt had nothing to Bay be
yood declaring that no dial had been
consummated. From another gentle
man, however, presumably identified
with one ct the cjmpaniee, it was
authoritatively eecertained that
the following proposition baa
been made: To c iiBiliiliito the
two cm panics and ipeue Jjomla
for $1,000,000 and etcck for $1,000,IHX),
each ccmpanv to receive, $:00,OtX) in
'ock and $.rilX),000 in bonds. The'
etoi koldeis of either company to re
ceive twentj-five cents on the dollar
in bonds of the consolidated company
and twenty-live cents in coneolidated
stock. Tt'is will amply remuntraie
them for the;r investment ai the
sum of $2,000,000 ia jiut about
d- uble what the two mails have cot.
Nome of the etockheldeis, however,
are stuhb irnly withholding their as
sent to the proposed consolidation,
; nd it s possible tt a the aegotintions
m ty t gftin tail of definite ronilta, as
on a previous occasion.
PUKHIDKNT HAIUIKN
rays that he will have no voice in the
matter eitl or way, and will intcrpoce
no i bjrclion to ilia consolidation,
un'esi fie lights cf the citizens
of the Taxiig District are thrtat
eped. If any change of gauge,
or abandonment of voiilemplated track
bui'dini should teeult from the mer
gor cf the two companies, the Tax
ing District will be beatd from in no
uticeitain tones. Iu the meantime the
Taxing D s'tict would remain quietly
psBt'ive and await developments.
THE FIRE REuORD OF A DAY.
Two Bnlldlatra on Madison N I reel
Di'af royed.
Thtre were four fires yesterday and
they all occur led within fonr hours.
The fire boya were kept very busy in
answiring the alarms, nut in each in
ftarce in ado good tliwrand did splen
did work. Tne first alarm waa a still
at 10:10 o'clcck a.m., and waa caused
by the burning nf five bales of cotton
at the corner of Second and Madison
streets. The cotton was on a dray and
was set nfire by a lot of burning mb
bleh on the strtet. The fire was ex
tinguished after the bales had been
considerably scorched.
The second alarm was at 11 :35
o'clock from box 36, and thia time
some twenty bales of cotton at the
freight depot of the L., N. O. A T.
railroad were el'ghtly Bcorchod. En
gine Company No. 2 and the Babcock
ex'inguished the fire. While the
boys wfio ut this fire another broke
out on Madison a'reet, east of the
Charlurton railroad briduo. The de
partment made the best time possible,
and when ibey arrived nn the scene
found flames bursting from the doors
and windows of the one and two story
frame houses cumberfd respectively
314 i nd 31tl Mad eon Rtrtirt. A strong
wind waa blowing at the time and the
roofs of some five or six lionet In the
in ighboi hood caught fire but the lilt res
were promptly quenched. Though the
fiiemen worked etlliiontly, the one
story liui'ding.trgethlr with a kitchen
m the reur was totally destroyed. The
two story frame was almost totally
burned, though the front and a por
tion of lbs sides still remain a'anding.
The buildirg, No. 310, weet of the
burned houst s, was slightly damaged
by fl'C ami water. The buildings
were owni d by Mr, Alston It yd and
his lors together with that ( f the occu
pants, who taved i:ta ly all their fur
niture, etc., wi 1 amount to about
$2501). Tbe occupants of the burnt
buildings were uninsured, but Mr.
Boyd had p ilicies in the Arlington
amounting to $1300.
At 3:55 o'c'ock ye'tcrdpy afternoon
the deparluioLt was culled to Ilay
den's gin, on Puplur, near Fourth
street. A lot ot loose cotton was burn
ing, and the firemen cxlingu shod the
fiie with buckets of water. Tbe dam
Bgo amounted to about $20.
1)11. It. U. FLOWKK
Cnabte to Make Ills Western and
Noalbern Trip.
Dr. R. C. Flower, of Boston, will be
unable to make his contemplated trip
to the West and South, as announced
in our previous iosnos.
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Report of
Hnprrlntessdent
Collier.
C. II.
The following report of the Super
intendent of Public Schools of tbe
city of Memphis was issued yester
day. Mxa-rms, Ttag., December 13, m.
UiNvi.tmiai '1 he summaries repott
ing the el itistics of the puhl c schools
ur November, show that I here are
O02 pupils In at tendance-182 in the
ai.ilor department, li05 in the intni-
mmjsle department, and L'U-O in tne
priitarv denartment. Twelve rooms.
ocotrvind by the youngist pupils, are
condvted on half time I hat is, half
of the pupils attend in the morning
and ths otlmr half in the afternoon.
Tbe following table exhib ts the num
ber of cupilg in each building, also
the percentage of absence and tardi
ness:
O
3
: P
Smith ,
Lea h
Peabody
Porlfr
Merrill
JeCTerron
Pope
Kortrecht
Grant
Monro. .
Winchener.. .
Broadway .....
5! H
4i)l
2i
I4
5
II
3
3
2
7
l
8
10
3Hri
I'll
2711
254
211
6
;.7!
2
3
4
6
bit
1
1
ill
The amount ol liiiuou toiiei -ajnl
from pay pupils for Novembsr, $.110
This is the largest sum ever couec
frntn this source for one month,
I take this or.caton to letnii
Barents that the 8uperinten1fnlv
c m.e honrs are from 8 to 9 o'oloc'
a m., and from 3:30 to 4:30 o'clock
p.m. Resnectfullv sn'imltted,
0. H. COLLIFR, Superintendsnt,
Inspect niillord' Hock. ,
HERZOGr'S
Gi';!ill!;;i;iiiii;iiii:;ii;i"i;iiiifl:i
0
ClIRIMTJIta CaRDw-To loveliest things In the markgt.
FUOKIUK4PH aLHVMN-jn Plush. Morocco and Alligator.
WRITINW nSSK-In Plmh and Wood, Inlaid with Pearl.
AUTOUK4.PII AND M'KtP HOOKN In beautilul designs.
TOILET CAttliSt To suit the most retlned tante.
HHAVIMW si KTM-For travelers and residents,
MVNIC MIXi:s-To enliven our homes.
PAP:rEKIE4-ln plash aod Fancy Boxes.
Dolls, Tea Sets, Picture Blocks, Toys, Etc., to make the little ones happy.
arOur Store will be open until 10 o'clock p.m., from December 13th limit Christmas, to
accommodate our many retail customers. -
Cla.is. Herzog dS? Bro.
;,flf Main Street. Opp. IVaboily Hotel.
JUMEF TELK(3 RAIS1S.
Wafhingtou, December 13. The
President today nominated Louis K.
Church, of Dakota, to bo Governor ol
Dakota.
Boston, Mass., Pocemk-tT 13. Goo.
J. West, who has acted as counsel for
Doo Wilson in his suit against P. L.
Moen, hue witlifliawn from tbo case.
New York, Decfmber 13. Tha fu
neral of the late Congressman Abrit
bam Dowdney took p!a,e this mt ru
ing from Ht. Pattick's Cathedral on
Fifth avenue.
New York, December 13. In ac
coidance with the invitation of the
San Francisco Association, the Twenty-seventh
International Convention
of tbe Yinng Men'e Christian Aoso
ciatiou will be held in iltnt ciiy early
in May, 1887.
Ithaci, N.Y., December 13. Homer
Head, aged 4) veArs, shot l is wifrt
Flora tonight and then killed himee f.
Mrs. Head ia ft ill living and it ia
thonght she will recover. They hid
lived at art for several yenrs. Jealousy
was the probable cause.
Cleveland, O., December 13 Ja:;ob
Twinnfg, who cotifi feed that hn and
two other men had formed a plot to
bnrn the city nf Fitidlay, has been
held for triid. Wm, Hmith and Grorge
KamFey, who were arrrsted at the
same time, have boon discharged from
custody.
Quebec, December 13. A manile
ment from Cardinal Tasuheran, read in
tbe Catholic churches here yes'erday,
prohibits Catholics from amending the
meetings of the Hilvation Army.
Tracts and hymn b oks distributed hy
the Salvationiais must be thrown into
the fire.
Boston, MaaB., Deeeuibor 13. The
United Slates District Attorney has
brongt t suit Bgaiuat L. Klwin Dudley
to recover $4290, which is aliened to
be due npon the settlement of his ac
counts wl h the government as spe
cial Indian Commissioner. Dudley
was appointed to ruperintnd the con
veyance of a t'ihe of Indiana from
California to New Mexico, and bis
period of service covered less than a
year.
Louisville, Ky., December 13. The
brakemen on the Louisville and Nash
ville now say they did not iuttmd to
ftiike. A c tiumlt'eo representing the
brakemen waiti uon Ueneial Manager
Harnhan and detnnndtd two cenis a
mile instead of $1 85 per ttip, as now
:.l ti.i. .... I ...il...
conference will be held tomorrow to
try and adjust matters satisfactorily to
both sides.
Topbka, Kas., December 13. In
view of the coniiicting etatementa
which have appeared as to the pro
posed crossing of the Chicago, Kansas
and Western railroad over the Mis
souri river, ii.quiry was male todnyat
the hendquartera of the oonstrnntion
department in this city. It is st ited
upon llie lilglicst au iioniy inni mere
hiPibi enun decision whiitev, r reatthed
on thia subject. Ti.e place of crosv
in will bMi-ternvn d largely ny tne
ieterett taken and the facilities fur
nished by the local authorities and
en us. mw
New York, Dc 13. In ti e case of
Uoheri, 1'. le, as receiver of the
Kranco-Ameilciin Tradinii Conpary,
limited, against. La Coinpi'giiiti Uui
versalle du Canal loti nca Iqtiii de
lVnuma, of which M. Del.eHHeps ia
pronident, in which judgineiit waa
retdend some li'tie ng in favor of
the nc iverbydi f ult lor $613,1114 05,
Hi ii motion to eel H os me uatdu and
al Htibstquent prucoedings iiud.'r the
jnilginent Iiih been, granted by Judge
Van Brunt in the Supreme Court on
difxtidant's pnttit g in an appearance
in the suit.
THE CHAIU I Y KALI-
Proaress Hade toward a Baeeesafal
Keen It.
ll.n Patar Tranv In hIiiiuIv hnmo-
ing things for the Charily Ball, and is
niteling with gratifying snoceHS.
Three prominent clergymen have a1-
ready atgnified tlie:r readiness to serve
on committees in order to Insure suo
ci ss. Others will donbtlesa follow.
Wherever the scheme In mentlonsd It
meets with enthusiaatio atheranta.
Mr. G. II. Martin, reprapeutlng G. 11.
MuramAOo., who lain town, hoard
of the undertaking yesterday and at
once subscribed 20. Others will
follow ibis stood imul, audit in
fule to predttA that the Charity Ball
will he a nruiiBui
luir.liValrwil Jrlf -"
Will Inevitably result in oheapor fares,
as a consolidation of companies must
necfBsaruy riBtm assneiofo
sfCing liueB. Tins will areatiy en
large toe pocket mrn y of Ud ea and
enable them to indulge to a mors lib
eral ex ent in their lavotit pasvime
nf chewing 8ol Coleman's K.o-K.0
Tnln.
Gold reiiMHt Mill ford'.
THE AMERICAS BALLET.
Tbe ( bless Ministers InanlUd to
an AlarralnaT Decree.
Ti.r.. I)cember 13 It was
expt ced that tbe suhj ict of the ballet
' . . . . . .... .1 , 1 1 a
would come np at too uuomb "
Methodist minlslera today, but it did
not on account of the abeeuce ol Mr.
Bland, wbo intended to open the dis
cuseion. Members, though, talked
very freely about the dance before and
.rtar th. mai-tino: and most of them
an nntsnnknn air ai net tbe ins'itution
and he alleged Intention ol opera
managers to tend around Invitations
in m nl.iara waa denounced as an in
suit, although none ol those present
had received ticket.
'I would luat as soon.'' the Rev.
Frank Bristol a dd. "get a t invitation
Irom a house of d s'epU'S as from an
nn. ra I'tlmnsnr. Not that I mean to
snv that the tneater or halli t is as bad
as a oroiliw, SUI iivcry'in'iy u no
hiw minis ers St. nil on this subject,
and any action of the kin 1 wonl l U.t a
on st, deliberate lucult. I. for ane, be
. , I . . ... . I., bnnnr.
lieve it Is en advertising dodge.
Honoffrtiii HutllS Mulford.
Miupuis Steam Leaudrf fidlah
khlrta specially for evening wear.
ROOM AMU KOAICIi.
DESIRABLE ROOMS-Witn scard. at
72 MAPISON ST.
UIT.
JAMKS UOUSE-CoriKir Second and
O Adams streets Rooms and board. 95 oar
week i day board, it 60.
Q.OOD BOARD
-By the day or week
At itri TliTd street.
TOOMS
Two unfurnished rooms.
11 AUA.M8 ST.
XTICHLY FURNISHKD
ROOMS-WltK
X v board, at No. iKI Adams street.
rpAlll.K HOARD Th
L fords. At H7
best the market al-
At H7 Clltl HT STREET.
NEWLY turtiinhed front room, with ele
gant board, lor single gentlemen: 17
Court street.
hlOOMS-I'leasant urninhed rooms, with
t board or Indies or gentleu en. Term!
vorv reasonable.
Wi Court Extended.
OKAUTIPl'L
rnt rooms, single or ea
X .5 suite, lurtiished or unfurnished
with or
ritltnnt lo ,rd :
t.er room.. 1IM - lli .''niirl .t.
Ul'AL ESTATE.
EAL EST Ml! AND LAW OKKICK.
V W. II l.l'VPMN.9 VmliMin
FOR EXCIUXOJK.
ERCIIANDISB Clean, well selected
1L stoch, will invoice I-IO) to lltl.tHii, for
city or suburban properly, or Ice upland or
bottom. W. I). LPMPK1V, 9 Msdi'on f
NrKAVKil.
ritl'VO UOWS-iVne black, the. flier red and
I while spotted. Tlio black in m irked with
holes in lolt e,r, and smooth crop off one:
tne other h s swallow f rk on riitht ear, ana
had on a bell fnHt tied by strap and wire. A
liberal reward lor their return to Charlotte
Kii'ley, near j'orner l.ane ave. and Avre- st.
MI'LK -From Panola Oil Works. Tuesday
last, one light buy mule, without shoes,
slliihtly slilf in lore lens. Liberal reward
will bo paid lor retu'n of same to
PANOLA OIL AND FEitTlL17.BR CO. .
MULES- 111) R KW A K ll-Oue bl,ck"horss
mule, biande l S, M. nn left shoulder.
One black mure mule, lame in right lore foot.
Return to G ICO KG H II II R i .
at P. M. lVlorsnn . i'o.'b Stable.
FOR RENT.
PTANTAiiON-IS iuorvs, above nverilow,
ii miles above Moinphis, in Arkansas ;
large ginhouse and sawnnil on it. Wilt rent
veryj o wjo a goodj'itrjy. F. L.WAKNH R
"lOTTAGK-Flm roous. very doirable;
V ) large yard, tine wati-r: 71 LaKcse st., ; rent
t Apply to t'has. .1. lUuoh.fH Ma'n st.
tOOM3-To a family without children,
V two or three elegant front rooms, un
furnished, In i ne ol the hanoeomest houses
on Shelby street. A capital cook has the
kitchen, and, if doltet, will furnish excel
lent meals at a im derate prioe. An exclualva
oloiet will go wltU the mums. It.euire at
m PHKuBY ST.
rpilE GILBERT PLACK-Oorner Hayburn
I avenue and Jai-ksou street; two-atorf
frame, about 24 acres land, Irults of all kind,
One fruit and vegetable garden. Will rent
for a series of years. Also, another plaoe,
tome six acres, near Gaston's fine vinei
and fruit, with residence.
L. I). MiiFAKLAND. 22 Madison St.
OOMS-Several "Jesitable rooms in Ma-
son 10 leiuple, rrnni January l, leaf.
Apply to
BUN F.
PRICK.
atomce of Home lr
nsnrance Co.
KOOMS-Furnlahed or un'urniihed ; cen
tral location i terms moderate.
HI Madison street.
TYOOMS-Two desirable rooms at LU Mad
XV ison street. References exi-hanged.
iUOIOH OKFfcK-On seooadfloor. 338
Main street, cerner lining. Apply at
,16 Union
run. Lrvwuvv.
-Soutbei'st corner Main anj
M. E. CuN A W rt V , Uv" Main.
K ICW SI ORE
Poplarsts.
T300MS
Two basement rooms, for colored
J people only
lli UNION ST.
tlPLkNtllU rooms, turn1. lied or unfur
5 nished, with board. 1NU LINDEN ST.
11
OOMS-Furuisliod or unfurnished, at
ri .u ti it i hi.
RUOMN-A' 6A Madison
OFFICES AND
street. B. !
treet. B. M. EST ES, X Madison. .
T AltdK STl IKK -First floor and
lj with solo and mar sntrances, Nus.
collar.
. 301
and Hill Main street.
OFFICES -No. 'M Second street.
DWELLING I U Court 'treet.
VACANT LOTS Apply to
R. U. SNOW OEM or J. I..
GOODLOK.
m Madison Street.
T sol IMS Pleasant rooiiis,
urn ished il
11
V desired, with references, at -Itt Madison.
AFFiCK First Au
At 32 Madison street.
4 El, KG ANT ROOMS At fa Market atieetl
sinvle or en suite, lurninhedor unlur
nlshed, sood water, and near business.
TORKPIOllbE Four story and basement
storehouse. No. i'A front street.
MAldiUKi, i:ha'v eoMu s ia).
C"WTT0N I'FFIOE Apidy to K. M. Appar-
son Co., No, m Front street.
ST0RK1I(IHKE
No. lrH Main Street.
Nn, 'Ht Main Sireet.
No. I!r7 Main Street.
Apply to 'AMHH I.K.K, )., Msdlsnn Wt,'
SCHMIDT & SON
importers and i-. ale" In ;) ""'",
nil Ion and I lalilsm Ta-il, slallders"
Uar.lware, i;ieci! itv-ils asd Asr
n n unlit tra lor II dels and Keildences.XaO
Iflulsi elrel, Mcnl'', )'"" Rlectrie
supplies always on band. Repair's trWl
dons. f ,,
AndStiflTlieyComo
FiM: HAN -. WEI)
CALF-SItlfSHOES
roK sani i.i:MiiN.
0st5"Kicr I'alr arritiiiel"W
ONI.T 911.110 A PAIB,
AT TUE CHEAP 0V8I1
4in Btalii Mroet. HtyntpbU.
Proclamation by the Uofemor.
The State of Tennessae-Wm. B. Bats. Gov
ernor 10 all WHO SUail l vuw.v . iiiq
Greeting! . . ,
WUEKKA8, It has nees maue gnowaim
,t,., unknown oartv or par
tial charged with having committed a looi
and atrocious murder oa the body olJoks
Graham, on tue .aan uay pi vonni, . j
our county ol Shelby, fled irora luatiee and
now running at largei
as alor'esaid, by virtue of the power and an
.u.i,. in ma veiled, do hereby oner a re
How, tnereiore, i, " in. .
ward ol two hundred and flltr dollars, to
an niv aiiDrehene
the said unknown Marty r parties, and
liver him or them lo the SberiB or Jails
our oountyot Shelby. Is ord r that lus
and us
er ol
luitie
In that behalf u ay, be
th rewaid is roan; psi.. ..;
delivery to tbe Shon and una hall on eoa-
lu us'tlmony whe eof. I h;.ve hereunto set
y hand, aud caused the Great osal ol th.
State to be aihxed at Nashville, on the Wtk
dayot Noveusoer. ISM. BATB.
By the Governor:
"lima An.tsit. Seerettrvot S'lte. t
(Uaa.a ll or Mkmmis, I
Mempliis. le.in., I e;eiu' er HI. I-"89-
rpilK II cMinidora of this bank are
1 hersby not'Dod ih it tt.e saaual election
lor Filue-i liireotnts In serve Ihe ensni n
y.,r will be h. d at the hank on TU hnAY,
l.nuarv 11. 1a7, beten ti e hurs of 10a.m.
and I n to I ! G.il.lMII'H.Cahjer1
UUiuoutl HtiUeitMtaJU)rl'
J. 6.
SW
'
i :
I. 1

xml | txt