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S. 3B. BIDO-ELT,
IhMHW HOIULAT HIMJgr.LT, )
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Wo. 33 MADIIOJT BTSXXT,
I la receipt ! larger, vort varied and better ie-
leetedtteek efC18SIMIKES,W0KSTEDS,f CIT15GS
u OTUCOlTIXeS, (all
ilea.,) thai wai Ter ikewB
Iteek eeatprliei the choicest
u4 meit d arable (oedi ! rentlemeii'i wear.
ttf Saaeples and Prieef oa
wko hare left aneuures.
290 MAIN STREET,
NEW AUCTION HOUSE.
WB would reareetfully announce to the pnblie that we have opened an Auction Houre,
and will conduct the General Auotion BuBineas. at our old stand, "
Street, in the Webster Block. Having secured toe eorvioesof Mnj. J. R. McDONALD.the
well known Anotion Sale-man, who hits a long experieroe in the auction business, we are
prepared tSuiake sate- at RESIDENCES or SlOKKlIoUSKa, and will pay. particular atten
ttoo to the sale of Heal Etate and loliclt a liberal patronage, asour motto is QUICK SALES
and PROMPT SETTLEMENTS We will make special rales with i Attorneys, Adminis
trators, Assignees, Sheriffs. Commissioners and Guardians, bales at our Salesrooms daily
at lua'oloek a.tn and at 7 o'clock p.m., and Trado Bales onoe a week, the day to be an
nounced hereafter. Consignments of Merchandise of every kind solicited.
N. Hi;M110F efc CO., Litcun-d Auctioneers.
J. P.. MfPONM.rt. BolcTonn.
Tbe Grandest Event of the Season I
The Greatest Livrnq Actress
IN GKASI) OLD rOMUIUES,
Supported by the talented FREDERIC Di
UELLKV1LLE, a d the strongest Dra
matio Company in America.
Under the mimt' ntnl Clinton J. Edgcrly
MONDA.Y SCHOOL : s.ClAI,
TUE-DAY .I.AInr e tYOSS
WEDNESDAY AND CHRISTMAS N1QI1T,
I1IURSDAY A Y IT
FRIDAY I.OA'DOM ANSIJR45.CK
MOTK'K. The above plays will he preu
tented with 'ho same ca-e as in New York
City. Miss Coghlan a drestea havo never
been equaled ou the tnee.
Bd-ga'e nf rents open Friday morning at
Mu'fnrd's. Ri:OULAK PRICES.
The Representative Irish Comedian,
W. J. SCANLAN
Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Satur
" II A Sf A .1, A W Pi."
Thursday and Friday Nights, the Romantic
"T'IBl'iIHlI M INS' BEL."
Hear Sean an's New bonys.
Monday, Deo. 2U-MI8J HOHK COQHLAK.
Open from 1 to 10:30 p.m. t'aturlajs irom
10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
A host ef attractions this weok. A.. 0.
Sabel, t'ewbuy t'ia'iiMt; Ja. Maurice,
lastiefkin Man; the Living Two Headed
Cow, and a host of oi her wonders, and an
antire neweompany In our ll'jnu Theater,
presenting a prog'ainuie of unrth, muio
.APM'IW T'l ALL .
TjtAKM I wi h to loa.e my tarm, inrte ,
JJ and a h.ilf miies siUthea-t of Collier- ,
llle, on tbe Mi. Pleasant road, containing;
Eight Hundred Acres, in Tennossi-e and M is
f'ssippi; well lencad, with ginhouse, stables ,'
and cabins sufficier.t fr all purposes I tho
best of well water, and stock water in abi
danoe in the dryest times
(JKO, A. RMTTH.
HAND HATCH EL On Linden
street ear No. 8. going south, aoout o
o'clock, Dec. 14th. Keturn to U.W. Miller.
LOST OR MlNuAIb A Bef of Plana be
longing to B. Lowenstein A Brotheri
Hew Building. Please return to
'Mia ftE.ll, umiqer.
?1TERk A Urvft rad Nter.
D horns. A lioeral reward will be raid a
)i AD AMU BTRV.KT
WANTED A DIVORCE The above
eaption. I know, will attract some
attntlon, and I fool sure some ingenious
Individual will flud grounds en wh oh I ean
obtain a divorce, althongh several lawyers
io whom I stated myoise eould find aone.
have been married two years ana eight
months. My bnsbasd is a good look ng man
ot 40 years; is not addicted to drink; la
fao, has bo vioos that I know of, and whila
be loves me and supplies me with my every
want, jet, though I am asham.d to say it, I
love him not, and therefore, under a flotl
tious namo and aJJrers, offer 126 ' or one of I.
Baaielsoa A Oo.'s beautiful Meerschnum
Bets as a reward to any individual who can
thow me on what grounds I, can get the
aforesaid divoroe. and ho oan thereby ern a
BioeChri-t n.v prenonl. Address In eotn
deneeUNHM'PY WIF8, Appeal offloej
1.' ATIB HAUsF.LL-P'ease write to your
J owe Frn VI II.. wempn'S. lo-n.
-5TTADAMB fA. NAko-l'h oeiebMted
JVi Uiosy Clairvoyant and Test Medium,
177 Third nfect. near fovlar.
MbTlltti-Buit and reiialred an
J ranted. Inventor!
iha hanitarv Port
land Cercont Pump. Contractor and brick-
T1-rlo, X. TIKIH I'I'Hir.
rluUl; lllux At MulIorU'is,
this seasoa'i laperU
la tkli Market, The
deilg si, flneit textures
application t those
MERCHANDISE Clean, woll aelaeted
stock, will invoice tKW to f 10,010, for
city or suburban properly, or tor upland or
W. D. UIVPKIN.n Maditon st.
MULB-Frmn Panola Oil Works. Tuesday
last, one light-bay mule, ithout shoes,
slightly stiff in fire leas. Liberal reward
will be paid for return of same to
PANOLA OIL AND F KtiTILIZER CO.
MOLES-110 RBW AfcD One black horse
mule, bianded S. M. oa left shoulder.
One black maremule, lme in right fore foot.
Return to OEOROEIlURi.
at P. M. Paft"on A Oo.'s HtaMo.
MULE Brown horse mule, 16 hands high,
111 years old and mealy moutbed.
Owner ean have same by proving nronorty
and paying charges at LACKX'ai STABLE,
4 Adams street
CtOW AND CALF-Ou lut Saturday, 11th
instant. Owner can have same by prov
ing property ad paying charges.
J. ll. BF.BSUM, ooalyard, Wsrhall ave.
U LE- Owner oan have same by proving
iVX nrnnertv And caving charses
KO&flH AM) liOAIlll.
DESIRABLE ROO.V.S-Witn ooard, at
72 MADISON ST.
JAMES HOUSE Corner Second and
O Adorns stree a Rooms and board, 10 per
nis stree a Rot
day board, 13 60
GOOD BOARD By the day or wei-k-AtmXh'ri
ROOMS Two unfurnished rooms.
133 A U A M3 ST.
XflCELY .FURNISHED KOOMa-Witt
XV board, at No. 60 Adxms street.
TABLE BOARD Tho best the market uj
fords, At 87 COU KT STREET.
EWLY turnished front room, with ele
xN gant biard, tor single gentlemen; St
f XMJ.tlS loARnt nrniuhd rnuuR
JLV board.f or ladies or (.entlen on. Toriur
1 IkAli'llKIil, front rooms
siuale or en
J3 suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
Uhnnt hoird : otSrrrf.otnf. V'4 1'
lull, is A LE.
PROPERTY Paying 8 to 10 per cent, not,
in all parts ol the oily
W. D. LUMPKiN.9 Valisonst.
NEW r-EWINU MACHINES at hlf prie.
Address "Sewinc Mnchin'-s," Afenl.
THE I.EFTWICU HOU-K-With lot lO'ig
W feet, on Second street immediately
north ot the Central Its pt in t Church A de
sirable invcetiueLt, and on very -ay terms.
R. J. BLACK A CO.
LOT of old Bush. Doora and Lumber, at
First Baptiit Church, on fee nd street,
near Adams. Inquire for ( harles Do'lman.
SPLENDID SETTKU D'l'JS.
W. M. HTAHK. Ripley,
TWO NICE BU1LDINU I,iTS-On Mon
roe extended, oorner of Bayls st each
lot having a front ol to feet by 163 feet in
depth. These lots lie very nearttreet car
line, and are in a hiith and healthy looation,
and being outsido corporation no olty taxes
to pay. A bargain can be had. Apply to ;
M. L. SELDEN. A gent, 287 Maiu st.
SUBURBAN RES1 D ENCE Two and one
half miles from Court Square. A splen
did house with ten rooms and ten actes of
good land. The houso, located in a beautiful
grove of foreit Tees, is tuisbej in codern
style, and will please ony pur tie desiring an
eloginthome in the suburbs of the city. Ap-
liOK BALK CHVAP-Farm of 31' aores,
" 28 aores under fence, Dslanoe tim
bered; good fprirg; house of three rooml
and attic; at St. Elino Station, on O., O. A
S.W. R.R. AddresJ., Appeal offije.
y Fi-ai i i i ave.; li.t 'OxIMi. Add. L., Appeal.
HOKSh Uood genUe buty h.r'e; ladf
candrive. A P. Tav or.ig Madison St.
ONE 36 H. P. "FarquaUnr" Stem Engine
and Uoritontal U Iubulur Boiler, com
plete: a I good as new; has not seen f ur
1 months actual srvice. Also, one new No. 2
i "Fav"Rsaw Mnehine. itb. 2S inoh saw.
A pply to R. .). WilQOH, Cotton K.X. Building.
AT A BA R'JAIN-A good paying German
Boardinghonre in Helena, Ark-, owner
wishin to retire. ?r lurther particulars.
ir quire at bkjjin tij a, injieiena, Ara
IpiftsT-CLASS LA Kit hR PHOP-Wiih a
' good trade; reason tor selling, kadhealh.
Will sell cheap. Address
B., this office.
It A al.' H COWS And room calf.
1VL at Keck 'a Stables,
OTION-SEtiD-Alien Long Staple Cotton-Seed;
60 cents ner bushel in lota oi
not less than 100 bushels.
O B. CLARKE.
2 MULES AND DRAYfcUAddress
K., 36o Mississippi avenue.
WO MULES AND DRAYS.
Address W this ottoe.
1 OT Choice Fort Pickering lot; no olty
DR. HINHON, 27 Main St.
LiiRAME Cottage, on oor. kayburn av. and
V Iteorgia at. i ,.t Soil 70, with a house of 6
rooms. In good order. This is a choice piece
of property, and can be purchase i on easy
monthly payment by pay nt part each. Ap
ply Minter Parker or A. J. Martin, 289Maln.
PLANTATION-Ob the Arkansas River,
Linooln County (Km aores in high sta'e
of cultivation; lfts" aores in traot; well im
aroved i steam sin. 2 larira barns. 21 rood Oatr-
Ina and handsome dwelling, 7 rooms, with 10
aores lawn in front. Li or ,1 terms. Apply te
MALLoRY, t RAWkdRD A CO.,
372 and 374 Front street, Memphis,
or J. O UAHKKII. Sarassa, Ark.
UOR SALE CHEaP-No, 6 Washington
JJ Hand Press, for ninr-eoluion paper)
good as new. Inquire at No. 37 liplnn st.
AT F. A. Jones M Co.'s., one nxe gentle
. bnggy MAHK that any lady eaa drive
sr ride perfectly safe.
OalOENClT-Noa. eViTnd 88 Market at t
in i..od repair: lot 67Hxltli Apply te
kuni r.ui . 47 4 :0K0y si
4 MAMur"i.'b FOLDtNil MACHINE But
w little n.sd, and In good condition. Ap
1 t Ippvs i, nprroR
monogrHui BangliMs, Halford.
,s)nn..vf. ywiif aiwi'vBWsy rns
MEMPHIS DAILII APPEALTHDIWDAY,
KA5S1S CITT RAILROAD
Preparing? for a Jiew Oatlet Pur
ennseof Additional IVpot Facili
ties Near the Jiew Compress.
Tbe Memphis Cotton Compress and
Rtcraee CuiipuDy 8r:Ul ytsurday to
Geotpe H. Nettleton, in consideration
o( I50.0C0 each, the thiee blocks ol
land wet of the present freieht depot
of the Kineas City, ripricgtield and
Memphis railioad, and more particu
larly d scribed as follows: Blocks No.
1.6, 5 of the Ovetton subdivision ol
Memphis, lyiiK within ths area
hoanded by Fifth street, Qeoruiastreet,
Fourth street, tbe Mississippi river
sod Calhoun street A contract was
also enttr.-d into by virtue of which
tbe compret-s company agrees
TO KBKQT A DEW COMPRltiS
on Fourth streft near the above de
scribed pr.ipetty before January 1,
1K87, ai d to relinquish all its nglit,
title aad interest in and to tbe soil io
all streets, aUyn end public
hijthwaye rnnning in au easterly
or wfS'prly direcMoo, between Fourth
and Fifth etree s, and lying north ol
Georgia street rind including Fifth
strett, between Georgia and Calhcu-'.
Authority is alsi given to the Kaebhs
City Itsiiroad Cotupany
TO CLOU B CP AND VACA1I
all public highways, etreets and alleys
extending as af nsjid between Fourth
and Filth streets and lyitg north ol
Georgia Bttet. The compress com
pany r.lso rurrendtrs nil right to put
down a rail mad tnu:k on Fifih e'reet,
in front of tbe property owned by it,
to the railroad comi-auy. The rail
road company, on tb other hand,
aureus to allow the compress
company to cloe up and va
cate ail public h'ghways, etroets
and alley a Iving within the area
bounded by Fourth sneet, Georgia
street and the Mississippi river, and
further consent" that the public high
way known as Fourth street, between
Georgia and trie river bank on the
noi th, shall either be closed or its
' KXCLUB1VS TJBS GIVEN
at their option to the Merchants' Cot
ton Press and Storage Company for its
use in laying IrackB to reach com
pn ss to be located ou railrcad
ground on or near raid etreet.
Ia order to get at the inside
fads coLcertiing the purchase
above' described and the sig
nificant contract, an Appear re
porter interviewed repiesentatives of
both contracting parties. A prom
inent KANSAS CITT BAILBOAD ,
official said : "It simply means that
we need more room to handle our
freight, and that Mr. Nettleton f ire
sees the day when biroad will han
dle large quantities of cotton destined
for the Atlantic Reaboard, and he is
simply taking time by the forelock
and securing eay access to the most
convenient compress The Memphis,
Birmingham and Atlantic tai'road,
which our company has purchased,
will, when completed, be the
shortest route to the sea, and
naturally we will get oar
share of tbe traffic going that way.
We are preparing now to handle it
without friction or hindrance."
CO. H. A. MO.NTQOBERY,
president ol the compress company,
wai next visited. He dtclared hiiu
8 - If ready to give any information in
his posaission. Referring tn the con
tract etttrtd into with Mr. Nettletoe,
the reporier asked : "Doei this trans
ition give the K-nisa City road any
exoluiive privileges in the way ol sc
rees tii t".e emu p rets to be erected in
'Not at all. Any other rond can
t ome in and lead iss cajj. The com
press crmpany dei-ire in the (u'.ine to
liirni-h a clear track to alt their
prest es, s ) that lha cam o! any rail
road line tunning into Memphis nan
riach the prcsf-e. Under the rxl-titu
nrraugemeLt with railroad C3n)paui-
the i ricks lea'ling ta the presst's are
cc n'rolled by various railroads. For
MEMPHIS AMD CHARLESTON RULKOAD
viriualiy c intro's piers No. 2. on Ad
ams street, by ieaaon of the fnct that
it owns th only track that leadn up to
it. Thin right of way was acquired
frnm the city, and the compress com
pany is in no way responsibln f.ir
te te-uliing state of facts.
The Memphis and Charleston re
fuse to give tight of way over its track
to the cars of other companies, be
cause euch a conrse would seriously
interfere with its own traffic Other
preeses are somewhat similarly cir
cumstanced. Press No. 1, on Fulton
etreet, is approached by tracks belong
ing to the Louitville and Nashville
railroad, but they allcw free act ess to
tbe cars of other companies.
compbbss no. 4,
on the west side of Fulion slreot, has
a track leading to it belonging to the
Chcsareka and Ohio, who own the
land. This company bus also permit
ted other lines to run their cars over
its tracks. The approaches to
comfuess so. 3,
on the corner ol Main and Cal
houn streets, are entirely con
trolled by the Mississippi and Tennis
pen Riilroad Company, which owns
the land ami the tracka covering them.
Tba'. company allows linxs running
north to traverse its tracks and load at
the compress on a trauhf rckarge of
$3 per or. In the compress we
WILL ABBANGB THINGS DlfFEBENTLY.
The compress company will own its
own tracks up Georgia and In'o
Fourth street to connect with the
KauEan City. Mempbia, Birmingham
ami Atlantic railroad, and all other
roads will have access over it, making
it virtually a
FREE FOB ALL
track to all roads having tracks con
necting with it. Press No. 6 will open
on tbe Chesapeake and Ohio tracks
and other linen will have no difficulty
"Hga tbe new compress been or
"It has, and will cost $15,000, and
will distance anything ever seen in
this locality except Freeland. It Is a
dalsv. and dm't vou forget it."
''lias the heavy decline on tbe New
Yorx ttscks today affected compreta
stocks in any w.iyT"
"Not a particle. It a dd today for
130i, and l scarce at that figure."
UOMORINU A HEM).
ria Iluir Maust for Opt. Wsub
An old fl, time worn and ragged
and torn, Ld one tirat Lad seen tnany
a gjod man that wore the blue and tne
gray go down while fighting for
his side, was at half mast oa the Jack
et -fl ot the White river eteamer
Otiitk itw jesterilay, ont of respect
to tbe memory of G. Waih Floyd, the
steamboat man and hero who s nobly
loot his life while endeavoring to
save the lives of theUdv pin ntsn
on the ill fated steamer J. M. White
This flag, which yeste-diy fl iated at
half mast out of respect t the mem
ory of one who was known at a'moa'
every city and Isndir g on tbe Miis s
sippi and Ohio rivtM and their iiihn
tanes, has a hia'ory, but litt e of it
CouM be Warned Tue flag was first
unfurled by a r g'me t wo n M asonri
and finr.'d in the bi t ' s
nf fchilch and Vnloory
Ridge, ard ves siso hrnnght
to the fore at tho eirge of ViC. ehnrg
After the sunender in lSf4thMKur
vivors of tre regtmetif tiok pa ifl
on the steamer Lidy Gay at New O.
leans and they wen? a far hm Cairo.
Cap. James Kic-, wh iia now ni'.tnof
the Cbickaraw, was st Hut time mite
of the s'eamer Ltdv Gay, and hf got
the flag from tbe soldiers a id has kept
it ever since.
THE PElElt StrYKlK FIRK
Mnppiaaed to Be the Work of as Bar
fjlar or Isseesifllary.
At about 4 o'clock yen'erday morn
ing, while the engines Wcrn n'iil at tbe
fire near the Loiunville and Nashville
depot, a full and acrnra'o account of
which appeared in the Aj-pjal t'f yeo
tcrdav, an alarm wn turned in ?r m
box Ni. 6. The fl nii 'n respoudgd
promptly, and found t ie firn to hn lo
cated in the twj a ory mic'-; bal ding
No. 43 Jefferson stre.L ' Wt;en the
firemen arrived the enti'e ror por
tion of the builili g we on
fire. They got ti work
with thfir usual prompti' ud--, and
though the lira had a 8 i nt-d coiibidi-r-able
headway the firemen by very
efficient work succeeil 'd in confining
the Hi e to the build nn in w;d'h U
oiuinated. The bui ding was otrniul
by Mr. M. Mi riwe.h.-r Mini fie lni-s
will amount to ab r-u' fit CO, 'ully Cov
ered by insnraucs. Misr, Peters anil
Hawrie occupied the imildi. g as an
offlcd aud retml djprtinent. Their
factory and whol' salc di'parlm nt ia
on tbe opposits tid i f the street, and
was in no wavafT ctid by tho fire
Messrs. Peiera & S,iwiie est mite thfir
loea by fire end water i t about 30IKK),
which is covered by polirina in tbe
following (ompinies: limovernnd
City Fiie Ioeuratce C .mpaay, $2500;
Northern Assuranc if London,
$2500; Connecticut Fire I.ieurai.C",
The fire is supposed to he the work
of a burglar bent upon plunder or an
incendiary, as the pnprietors of ths
store are positive that no tire wai lef.
TiiE GALLANT "CHICKS."
Another of Their Delightful In.
formal Ihla r.vealuar.
The Chicks" reorganix d on the let
of August laat with eixty-flve namts
on the roll. They now have a mem
fcerehip of more than 3lK), ard con
sidering the wealth and high bociil
standiDg of the meuiboi, it ia one i f
the strongest mlbtary end so' iil or
ganizations in tLe South. No feature
of the management ol tin; company
promises to provemoruat ractive than
the lntt tntion ol LaHi V Diy, which
capturtdthe fair sx from it incep
tion. Today being the second Thursday,
mus c and refrrshments may bit ex
pected from 8 to 12 o'clock, ard dart
ing will be the order ol the evening.
One of the most pl a tint features ol
these Thursdays with the guards is
their charming infortnnlity. As every
one is expected to come in s'reet drum
there is absence of that stiffness and
ceremony Incident 1 1 fiil diess occa
sions. A full attend i ce of members
and their fair ones U lonkod f it today.
VOI1XG FOlTlllE BBIDF.
How the ot Htwoil l,nat Blahtal
The poll for the B ide Doll at Kre-
mer's last niitht stood sifollowe: Lil-
lie Ai-tram 2, Jennie AUv Bowdrn 21,
Gertie Uex'er5. Eta Kiy t, Bessie
Ciino 14, Clae Biinklv 2, 1-abul O ))e-
msti 6, Alice Lanilsee 1, riO Rile JJ'in
niton 7, Martha Hairis I, ldaHeabrook
9, Sratinon Wildun 4. Mamie Ander-
eon 1. Coriune MnylIol;t2, Ilonii"tta
Uattiberger f, Man, la re tig' 'i
Genevieve Bdbiw , Ger y Naih 2,
Alma Brt'f iHtfi, Havt R neau 1, hvt
Tavlor2. M. Mortl 1. L lira Wallace
2, Alma HVse 5, M-,v Aehl 2, Lula
Ruin hart 2, fcva (Jhuliiu I, Lizz e Mc-
D initld 1, Pean Rogeta 2, Maud Meth
1, Mum e Leonard 1, J wie Waiter 1, M.
Decker 1. Theiesa J.ico'ui 1. H.llin Bell
Cattle 2. Eunice Berlin?, JulU I ickett
2 E Ira Ramhaut l.F.on tice Bontvn 1,
EJaia raoer '1. UonHiatice Merrt.lri.gnii
4, Arr.y Kalin 2. Poll to i io?e Ulnl't
mas Eve. Every pii'ctiiis'jr ol wnat'
ever amount entitled to one vote, to
be voted to the m et popular miss tin
derfl years ol aire In M'-mphia by
m. a a. u. Krtr,.ian at vu,
Improved Caligrai'hs No. 44 North
P. M. Stanley, funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madwou street.
Mkmpuw Steam Lann dry. OallB and
deliveries free. Teh phone No. 21.
Te.i Herbal Oo:!i nie, 'u- t.eg;
tents and eMi-parinh- .. t. fr svit.n
and sure euro .or ct i i'nre t. per hot
Ue. liend sti Ci;!"
Memphis Wholes ile Vlcat Co., 11
1 .? n..M r..l. H..r Pnrlr an, I Mill.
aij.iin, a on j ai ni i." .t, "' ....
ton, b'so Corned Be' f. 0 ders solicited
and promptly filled. Telephone 874,
G. W. Millkb A (!o , Patent As'ie'itoa
Fire Proof Roofern. For durability,
equaled by none. Ute 1 on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravil roots. No. 55
Ir sick headache Is misery, what are
Cart it's Little Liver Pi '.Is if they will
poaiively cure it? People who have
used them speak frankly of their
wottb. They are small and eaey to
Mbllin's Foob, the only perfect
substitute for mother's milk, Is rec
ommended by tjnr most prominent
physicians as the beet and f"St food
for infants. It contains no larinace. us
mat'er, which so often produces dis
orders of tbe stomach.
For coughs and throat disorders use
Brown's BronchUl Troches. "Have
never chan Bed mv mind respecting
thi m, except I think better of that
which I beirari thinking well of."
Rev. Henry Ward Butcher. Bold only
Angostura Bitters were prepared
bv Dr. J. Q. B. 8ietrert for hh private
ne. Their repmation is such today
that tbey have become generally
known aathe beat appetising tonic.
Beware of counterfei s. Ask your
rirpuiiit lor the orwnnum article, manu
factored bv Dr. J. (i. B. Hieaert 4
The retnlc lu Mocks
Did not affect MmnphiH. We are too
necurely entr-ncln d in our prosperity
in I n tnnvrd h aliuht CUUHIiS. Nobody
seems at ail aOcted by It, and Sol
Coleman's Ko-Ko Tnlu sells as ran'.d'y
and is us popular as ever. Only 5
certs a package. For sit everywhere,
Holiday rretsonts, Malford'a,
MisiMaills-i i iislwitiiMapsjJM
I .0ri6LE SOCIETY EYEir
MARRIAtiE Or HISS LUCAS TO
MB. JACK PR0CDFIT.
A Crash at the Church and the
Proodflt JUuslon Names of the
Maids and Best Men.
A notable wedding was solemn'avd
Ur-t night at Calvary Church in the
Fiesence of an audience remarkable
ir its high a Htial cha at'ttr. It is no
rx tggera ion ti say that the a'iatoc
racy ol Memphis were there in count
less numbers an aristocracy com
posed not only tf merchant princes
and their families, but of the pick of
the best people In Memphis in
point of character, iducttiou,
refinement, rood breeding end
gentle birth. The contracting par
ties ware them el vim representatives
of the best bhxxtot the city and could
trace thtir lineage b;ck through gi n
eraiions upon generatirns cf honora
ble and well spent lives. The bride's
fthr, CApt Walter Lucas, died about
ten years ago. He was a man of ex
cellent elm act r and did gallant ner
vii e in the Confederate army, and was
followed to hia grave by the sincere
legroU of all who knew him. His
estimable wife had died before him,
universally beloved and esteemed for
her many virtues. Miss Mamie
Lucas, ti e bride of lasi evening,
though orphaned at au early Juge,
and throwu largely npou her own re
sources, accepted her bnrdeu wit'i the
re olu cotirege of the Cavalier Hock
from wh eh ehe is descended, anil has
nev'r fa'terid iu her duly. For a
number of years and until recently,
she h is been connected wiib the pub
lic school system of Memphis in the
capacity of teach- r, and ban left the
impress of. her gmtlo matn.ets and
acute and well inarmed intellect upon
mnuy a youthful mind. It was not in
a peifunciory. way that she exe
cuted the trust committed to her, but
with painstaking cops.:iousress that
ni ver wavered even in the
ftics of the trying ohs'acles
that beset the teacher's career.
In social life, her bnauty and amiabil
ity ol character h.uve made her a fa
vorite with ail, aud it lie ded only her
appearance lart night in her bridal
rob.-s, radiant with youth and beauty,
to suggest the sentiment that here
was a tirnle fl' for a king.
Mr. J. W. Proudfit, the groom, more
popularly known as Jack ProndUt, is a
young gi ntleman of steiling character
wh.i has earned tbe respect and
confidence of the community by
hit wanly character and ex
ceptional Dudue&s talents. Born
Hid reared in this community,
he has grown to manhood under the
very eyes of Hi citisena, and has stood
every tistwith credit to himself and
the name he bear. If sturdy man
hood and high moral character deserve
so lair a prias as tbe bride thst leant
on his arm last night, it must be ad
mitted that he won her ou his merite.
It was within ten minutes to 9 o'clock
THE BMDAL PARTY AKRiVKD,
but there v, as no evidonce of impa
tience in the waiting throng that filled
t' e church and lined the aisles, the
less so as Prof. Levy kept the or
gan pealing with tnnKful melody.
Abnit the time indicated above,
a general craning of necks and
the playinir of an appropriate
m.rch heralded the approach of the
wedding parly and sooa tho ushors
wete et-ti matching down the middle
aisle in d iuhle file in the following or
der: John Morgan, A. M. McMillan,
Lewis ttnrk, Fred Ilesiig, Ike Watt
ami Jim Proud lit.
Fullowingthemcame thegronmami n
and bridesmaids: Miss Carrie Keating
and Mr. Jack E.irington, Mies Flor
ence Gate and Mr. Brook Hatchutt,
Miss O in Clnpp and Mr. Kd. Iiuriip,
Mii-s Em ice Polk and Mr. Dive Frav-
ser, MttB Slic e Ktrauue and Mr. Wai er
White, Mtsi Laura l'ioudfi'. and Mr.
George Cunningham. Next came
the h id.'. Miss Mamie Luca", lean-
nut on the arm of Gen. Ooltnn
Greene. , As the laH named ap
pr iached the lo it. of the altar the
Kronm, Mr. J. W. I'rouclflf, accom
panied by his bent friend, advanced
from the veetry to meet them, and
received the priceless charge that
w ill henceforth hi h s. Together and
arm in arm they mounted the s'eps
lending to tbe altar, where tho Kov,
Davis 8R8Urnsin white surplice await'
ed thorn, tbe bridal party hav
ing taken position on either
side of him, forming a loving
wall of manliness and beauty. The
arrangement was very happy on
either s do three bridesmaids, behind
them three groomsmen, and in the
outer row three ut-hers.
l'he service was sho:t but impress
ive. The RiV. Dr. Sessnms soemed to
throw into every word he uttered
world ol feeling that luado bis voice
at times seem tremulous, but there
was a sympathy in his tones that
impar ed - iUelf to all his
hearers, among whom in the front
row of fienches sat Mrs. B, L. Thump
son of Staunton, Va., the venera'de
grandmother 01 the nntle, and libiuuu
and on either si te of her the inline
diate relatives and friends ol b'lth
bride and uroom. Boon the w.irda I
HAN AND WIPE
were uttered ana tne soinmn
benediction delivered, and then
tbe organ, which during the
ceremony had softly murmured
a musical accompaniment, took np i
loud and joyous note, and to Its tnne
ful measure the bride and t-ronm
marchi'd down the center al e, fol
lowed by a thonpand pair ol eyes and
no leas a Daintier ol sincere good.
wishes, 'lo say that the bride looked
lovely in white satin en train, tulle
veil and orange flowere, would convey
but a faint idea of the truth. Her tall
and regal figure, fho purely Grecian
outline of her clear cut features, the
rich brown of her luxuriant tresses,
the pearly tint of her unrivaled com
plexion, found in sa'iu h natural set'
tinir A fairer bride seldom pro
nounced the marital vows. The
bridesmaids were also magnificently
attired, white satin en train being
worn bv all ot them. Iu their band
they carried white bouquet, as did
also the bride.
a brilliant reception
at the residence ol Mr. and Mrs W.
r. rrouuu , r m. no msuhuh oimr.
followed the, ceremony. From 10
o'clock until midnight a steady Btream
of visitors showared their congratula
tions upon the young conpln, and It
Vft Vft ID. -. VT i , ll w.i a,.A.
semed to gather in volume as
lhn hours rolled by. All Memphis
seemed to have turned cut to do
honor to the cc-asioo and wish the
young couple "God speed," aud there
was a heartiness iu every greeting
that left no doubt bs to i's sincerity,
Wine fliwed iu abundance, and t e
bride and groom were toasted again
and attain and with a gusto rare on
such occasions. At midoight, wLeu
tbo Appeal reporter li ft, thi merry
making was still in full bluet and
ahowed do signs of diminution.
VSAwond Watclietj, Mullorst'
CHRinTM Ad TAHDsl-The loveliest things In the market.
PHOTvGKAPat ALBl'HN-In Plush, Morocco and Alligator.
WK1IINM D KM 14 si In Plush and Wood, inlaid with Pearl,
AVrUUKAPlI AND att'KtP HOOKS-In beautiful designs.
TOILET CANKM To suit the most refined taste.
HHAVIMU siETN For travelers and residents,
Hl Silt) MOXKH-To enliven oar homes.
PAPErKHILVt in plash and Fancy Boxos.
Dells, Tea Sets, Picture Blooks, Toys, Etc., to make the littte onehappy.
rOur Store will be cpsn until 10 o'clock p.m., from December 13th until Christmas, to
aeeoniiuodate onr many retail customers.-
OlXsEts. Kerzog" cfi? Bxo.
M Main Strrot. Opp. Pen body Hotel.
TMK COO .' HUGE COMPANY
t'orrrct late stiaieuieail Made Teater
elaj ssa to Their Loeaee.
Te the Idltora of the Appeal:
Io your ai ciiint nf last night's fite
ycu did the uiilcitaiaw Cooperage
Company it-jiutice. We hsd the mis
fortune to lose mr factory by Cre No
vember 4th and our loss was groisly
exaggerated, and laBt night four ma
chines that we had placed in tbe
building cf the Memphia Kenilir.cr
O.'iupany were distrojed by the Hre
mt you have Already puD'isnetl. we
were li.sutuil fur 11500 in the Pelican
Insurance Company, ol New Orleans,
rhich policy will mat y if n t qu tt
cover our ios. 1 tie uiactituot tucn
kttr.ivei have been ordered again.
and will bo here wi h the balance of
cur machinery, winch hits beeu made
aud is now wit ting lor the completion
ol ou new fai t ry, which we hope to
have ready by January 15th proximo
We will have when completed one of
tho best factories ot the kind in tho
J, L. WBLLr IR.D, l ea and Tress.
Chiokuaw Cooperage lompany.
WOKKIMjI A NlCKEIt.
Enperlenoe of at Vresili Conn
Mr.T.T. CampbelLof Macon.a vegol-
able huckster, while on his way home
yesterday met a oouple ol obliging
gentlemen in a bmrgy, who had soma
rinas lor sale In nice little velvet boxes.
They el-to had a small white box
with $10 iu money in it aud two little
white boxs ol Hie same a a, empty.
They offen d for $26 to gll hint the
tnree ring', which they declared lo be
worth $10 apiece, and In addition
to allow bkn a cliouett to pick tbe
box containing tho money. The
CdBotryman bit it the bait,
paid bis t-'O and got nooteu iue me
fUh that be reminds one !. The rings
turn out to be brass and woith about
60 cents. This sort ol experience
comes high, but some man are bound
Vj have it.
'haury Voorl Kllel, CilaissitKillor.
Decrees naaaeil Ddccmber 16ih : 01-
ses va Miller, final (Ucree, Quiulau vs
Forrest, dteree on demurrer; llabnvs
Forrest, mntion overruled,
Case of Junkeriaan vs Jankerman,
heard on proof and submitted without
Calendar lor jft'comner nun: inos.
5472, Moore vs Moore; 674, Ball vs
l)unii;o47o, meuia va Wcucn; oso,
Luck vs Taxing Dintrict: 6477, Hai
lev vs Allien: 6478, Sbernheiui vs Rice;
6479, Eckerly vs Wilson ; 6480, Wal
lets vs Gannon; mat, uhih va Wal
lace; 5482, Jacobs va Jacobs; D4si,
Oates vs Kiiby ; 6484, Duval vs Sim
mons; 616 1, Mi'hliy va lhomat; I)4b0,
Sl,ite vs Hunt; 6487. Iweu tine va
llutit: 5488. L.oweurt 111 vs liun';
6481), Palmer va liHrdiiig; b0, Will-
lauis vs t outit.ee; o'tii, j.iveruiori vs
Beene; 6411,1, Meadows VS Meadows;
5494, Gowliug vs Ueltn; o4U), wa-kins
vs WatkinH; 618(1, Wilkireon vs Bat
tiiit; 64U8, Stix vs Lewin; 5oOO, li cks
vs II eke; 6501, Pride va lM'le; 5502,
C "iriga.t va liouiiivill i aud New Or-
aim railroad; OutM, Mite vs liugoey-
fi!(l4, Union la lcoad vs Katiaas llity
rail old; 6'll5,Jiml vi Jehl ; 6oOtl,Man
heiiner vs Cordis; 65. '7, ftr.ini.ou vs
GtiKhy;65 8, Lymai, va Thcrn ou;
41181, hinler va VnutUmi.
Irenlt (loort rle, Joitge.
L. 11. Etton brout'M suit veet'-rday
ag u t F. U. Vctroiego for 12r,t0.
The ceeol uonntviy va me iiotns-
villc, New Orb aiH ami Texas railr.iad
wi I nni n (c;apy tho c'.'int trday and
probably the rest of the week.
(jM I'tMiMRt Miilfora'si.
Public Aduiinlbtrator'n Sale.
Office ef Publle Adminiatrator, Courthouse
Hlielky Uaanty, lean., lieeemner in, imi,
r Ol lUK is hereby given that 1 will, as ad
i minlstraior at tbe esLite ol Wm. 1.
Prier, deecaiad, on
Weilnraclay, Isreenibrr 89, Isae,
at the late residence ef Dr. Wm T. Pryor,
on the Dig Creek road, ea the O , O. and S.
W. 11. H , near rrasor Btation, enemy coun
ty, Teen., prooeed t sell, a' public outcry,
to the highest nid ler, for sash, the following
iiroaeriy, towtti 17 Head ol Work tock,
locr. and Three Wagoas. a aunDtity of
Farailng Implements. Ploes, ll"s, etc.
Kale to a mmnone at 11 o olosa a.m.
JOHN l.liAHEB. Puhlto Adm'r.
and as such Adin't of the eslate of Dr. Wm,
T. I'rvor. ileee-i'eii.
J. G. SCHMIDT (t SON
I n, i,nr tt.rn ai,,, ,lea,ere Ifl 4nwsi. A mntioi.
sudors and flaldaw SsM'kl, Uwllileire'
Hanlware, t.lreicrle Hxlla An
nnelnuiralor Hotels ana Kstuences,n
Mnlu at reel, 9Sei, ttla, lestw. Electric
supplies always on hand. RepalHne eeetiv
And Still They Come
CALF SKIN SHOES
MtrEvery I'Hlr Warrantcd'iw
OHLT tfLOe A PA IK,
AT TUB CHEAP CABU
410 MhIh KirU Hemphlat.
OCULIST AND OPTICIAN,
LATE OF 8T. L0III8. MO , has Inst Atted
up an elegant olilco aver Ly .ie 4 Shlolds'a
groee y store, euruer "t Aiinms ami nam
where he la ready to It all sights Bod teak
laaaax to onlef. Tbe pulillo are In tor me.
that the Dcoler has o ghi'see lor gale other
th.a those mads bv himiiell and In conform
ity with tbo nietsuiement ef the ere. lbe
Dootor baa eaado that his areoial nuJy an.
has all the lutest sc efitirle tosta and tn'tru
menis to Insure pe-'eut and eaav sight
Physicians prasorlptions lor glaaaes eareiuHl
tiled, Otlloe boars irom V toll mod ISO hi. in
DK. H. M, LEW lb.
Of'ahst and dpttclan. No. 'iA Main meet
soolhea"! eorner A lants arrj Main.
Not Id Nllrftr Mt rinlforst't).
HEAL ESTATE AND LAW OFFICB
W 1 I.UVIPKIN, 11 Ma.lison st
-I f'-t TENNKSSKK 8T.-Wa'er and all
J.tJX modern conveniences. Apply
Ctil.E MK'f. CO.
q1VO Kurnlshed Roemain i rlvate famllyr
sultiib o I"' gentleinn, at 2.W Uaion st.
AbKMENT Apply at
306 SECOND ST.
sult-ible for a
J.' youn docto
r's outre or to finale men to
room. Apply nt M)8 MAIN bT. t
PLANTAT10N'-4:'i aor. a ahoveiiverflow,
2'imiles iibnve Metiiphi', in Arkausast
large uiuhouse and sswiunl on it. W 1 1 rent
veiy low to a good paity. F. L. WAHNKR.
'IJOOMS To a family without children,
ft two nr three elegant Iront rnorn, un-
luruihed) in i no ot tbe hanosomoet hotiseg
on Shelby street. A oiipital cook hue the
kitchou, and, it dnlte.t, will lurni.h excel
lent ine.ils at a in. derate price. An exclusive
olusot will go wit'i lbs rooms. Ii q ureut
his S1IK1.11 t-T.
rpHK OILBKKT PLACE Corner naybura
I avenue and Jacksnn street; two-storr
frame, about 24 acre" lend, fruits of all kind,
fine Iruit and vrgelable garden, Will rent
for a series nf years. Aim, another place,
tome six acre', near Oaalou s( fine vine
and Iruit, with resilience.
L. II. MnFAHhAND.22 Madison st.
OOOMS Hoverart"eVpable rooms In Ma
li sonic Temple, trooi Januarv 1. 1887.
Apply to HUN F. I'hlCU,
atoftVe of Home Insuraiicc Oo.
OOM.S Furnished or unurui1ied; con-
tral location: tonus moderate.
ftl Madison street.
LOO.M8-Two den ialile rooms at U! Mad
XTv Isou sUeet.KefiTejioes ex-hannfd.
j ilOICK Orl'lCE-On second floor. 3.M
(J Main street, corner Union Applvat
SB Union Jt'H, I.KNOW.
NEW St ORE -couihensl corner M h i u uiid
Poplar sts. M. K JJON A WAY. 'Aialn.
OPLEND1D rooms, lurniahed or unlur
D nished, with boardlf0 LINDEN SI
ROOMS Furnished or unfurnished, at
121 t'OU IIT S T.
OFFU'KS AND Kfit.Mfi-Ai'M "ifiidiioa
streot. II. M. KHTKS, 33 ftladiion. t
LAllOR STdRE-Flrst "floor and'cellar.
with side and rear entrances, Nos. Sol
and 3U3 Main street.
OFFICES No. 282 Second street.
D W KLLINU 1 0 Court street.
VACANT LOTS-Apply to
R. U. SNOWDEM or J. I.. (10ODLOE,
.38 Msdison streot.
ROOMS l'leanint rooms, lurniahed ll
desired, with references, at 2IW Madison.
At 32 Madison street.
4" V. 1.K0 A NT ROOMS- A t WftTarket street I
aingle or en suite, lurnlshedor unlur
nlshed, good waer, and near business.
QTOREtlOUbE-Four'story and basemeal
O sturehonse. No. 2M Front street.
M A L Lt) H YjC KAWKOHU A CO.
C'SOTTON "FFICB-Aeply to K. M. Appeu--l
aon A Co., No. 3114 Front street.
O No. lot Main Street.
2HR Main Street.
2ir7 Main Street.
Apply to I A
-Not afraid ef bard work, with tn).
a. business Paying KJ00 per year.
N I RISKS, thlsofllce.
WHITE Q I K L To cook: good wages
given. Apply at 7 VaNCH ST.
C1LKRK First class, either Jew or den
J tile. Applr at KH4 Front, eor Court st.
JOKITION-By a shorthand writer who
has had experience; good reference.
Add rer a SO O It T jU N D, A ppeal uffloe.
WANTED Ludios and young girls to
work for us at thai- own homos; good
age" ; nocanvaing: dl"tance no otiteotion.
lil Aid f'upply I o.j ijyiiitji' .iionnin.wasa
SITUATION-In a wholesale home to
travel or cl-rk, by a airiot y temperate
iintiff man of enrrsy act! eiperie'-oel aro-
cerioa pro. erred; reference. Addrosa
1 ttA v iWi Appeal oiuov.
UALKSMAN-lu this State ! r Ulalra
O Hold Foontnl , Peng. Ht sainn'es sent
S llhiLli 1 1. once). T IK lUll) I, A n.
FOUNTAIN PKN CO., .f7 llr.adw iv. N. Y..
7"1D ULOVl'.H TO CLKN-
V At 44 North Court street.
I fUAI l"N-Hy a gaoil m
to FRANK JOUNN'I'
, 411 lleaoto St.
nni nur.i.us di,
I I OI'SK 1)11 HOUM-A sma
ROOMA small home or
L l room suitable tor hglr homeke
Main and lleale. Itelermices ex
changed Addie s Loiter (Terrier No. 4, P.O.
Will I K CtiOK Hnierenies reiuiiet; 374
Adiims at. fall durinir niorninghours.
Jl'l ll 'ri"N-i)y anextiarianced and pra.
J tical plantation manager; beat of ref
erences .iven I oorrespntence soiicitoii.
Address .M A iN Ai f.n.
Care "Coiumerolnl.'J'ine HlulT, Ark. r
XAIIlUS and Uenllemen, In city or oouo
J try. to take lisht work ut their homes,
11.00 tott.lOa day easily ma loi work sent
by mall ; no canvassing We have a good de
mand loreur worg, ami mrnisn sieaav em
ployment. Address, with stamp. CH0WN
M'F'tl Co., 244 Vine St.. Cincinnati, Ohio..
AY BOARDER At
77 AUS .nn ol.
OCKAP IRuN A eoaiititr of ovet
O nischln'ry i crun Iron and old nr wheels.
I. n, .1-1 MAI.i.KAlll.K IRUN CO..
SI, Louis. Mo.
. . , , V I Ir. ub,b s . ii I.. , n ( 1 1 t n n
'toreorMort a PAINf M4M KACTCR
I.'.'K KSfALLl ll V.KNT having several
a i Tisa ' ai tie popular ana o -y sen-
Hi;, t ar l o Mmoio i aiouo or in conuociioa
Hi nt nor fi' ile . A dure, an r. "in. u.
KlfF lANI'Si. (!.. liAI,TIMiF., MI).
Hl"W .Mr.N 1 do stetion
orlt on th
AJJ Metnph s.
i.i r in ir. hum and Atlantic)
R.R., pear Aberd en, Mi s. Applyon work.
I, a H V r. I lil. n, unftr rnir,.
I i.v mt 1" or . ai-ft or ea
t ..,,-.,,. Ml't.l'i M'l.
O. W I rEAih
At$4 ner dayi ll llriverg
jJr a: 1.
a tier dav. Pav every Satur
day night, ax Station Men i will pay from
Vi to 17 oema per yarn. iitra ou aue
esse; no root"; no gruuuing; an new wor
Infields, tlo-d camps, lvoaireof
F. A. JON KM A CO., "I Monroe streei.
or on works "f Forrot ,t Co.. Austin, Miss,
1 OOD Colored Chambermaid,
X At Tl .Madison street.
A 1.K NTH
In everr town to eel I Pianos
Xi. and Orsans
litil iJK, UU., tviempnia.
VtAMPlNH AND K.MIIROIDEKINO-To
3 order lu best at, le..tsKMpoRn!M
l AN-An Intel lil!eii,.,enrneet man to rep
i.V.L rosent, in bis own locality, a large re-
onsibie house. A remunerative salary ie
rlkht party. Steady position. Referenoet
eiehanred, American Mannfaeturing Ujuae,
ie ll.rclay it., w. .
T71VERY houislsaepoi knows sometilni
III about the trouble caured by smckinj
(replaces, which are eaving the greatest nut
nances to be movwith. One of the imi orUat ,
things to be at Mindeii to in all bouses is to see
that the grates are set proretlv. and Oiat the
nreplaces N-w eormoiiv on. -
LKVlssM, 41 U mo faiwt. is a expert
at this businesa, and has patiuted some ar.
rangemenu that enable him lo correct smoky
chimneys and to get ths greatest heat Iroaa
the luei. All 0O. y , , u' i t mAn
nava r taodiei should apply to Mr. LEMON,
who e ork will giyejiati'tacOon; m
Msarais, IligxiaiiaaK ko AtlistioI
Kaii.iiuaD t oiii-'MY,
PaMKVllKB 1 UPaRTMSST.r
Manrma, Tsuri., Deo. It', lt. J
.1 1 soil UOf ND TRTP
Tl K KT during the Holidays at uo
One rnarars lare lur th r-und trip.
Oato'.'f sa'e will be Ucceuiber Bid, Mth,
.tilth, aist. an I J.cuary lt. and will 0
limited to return un'il Janunr, s, l'.
H, ,. Kl.l. is. Heneral Agent.