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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 18R;
! (aVa w saCMtAY JUMELT,)
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
li ta receipt ( larrer, aor
leete. stack f C18SIJIISI8,1T0BSTEDS,LTIT1KGS
am OYEICOAUIGS, (all
Uu,) thai wu ever skew
teak eet-arlses the ckoieest
m4 ant vlarable goafs I g eatlemen's freer.
MJf Samples aae Prices oa
tyke have left measures.
290 MAIN STEEET,
F I Mil Iffy
NEW AUCTION HOUSE.
f E weald res'-eotfully announce to th publ
tod will oonSuotth uenerai Auotion
A nu.mDT ll-T n L U CUTd Wa will
Btroct, In the Webster Block. Having seeurou toe services oi maj. . n. lativvunuu,
well known Anotion 8aleman, who has a long experience In the auotion business, we ar
Spared to make sae at HKSiDESCKS or SlORkUlOUSKS, and w.ll pay parHcuUr atten
tnn tn th nla of Real Estate and snlioit a liberal patronage, as our motto is QUICK SALKS
trators. Assigncs, Sheriffs, Commissioners and Guardians, hales at our bule-roonis daily
at 10 o'clock a.m. and at 7 o'olook p.m., and Trade bales once a week, the day to b an
aaanoad hereafter. Consignments of Merchandise of every kind ojioitad.
N. IIKM'UOiF aV CO., L,tcciiHed Auctioneer.
J. B. MnTtOTf ALP, "alcsmiin.
Th, Greatest Living Aotreai, in Grand Old
TUHDAY II T OP LYONS
WEDNESDAY AND CHRISTMAS N1UHT,
THTIR8DAI A- YlHf I IKK IT
Friday , a.oniioi:NBKmiie
Christmas Matin. 1T Of LYoMS
a-Sea-a at Mulf rd's.lf
e Year's Week - ADELAIbK RAN
DALL'S BIJOU OPKRA COMPANY.
Christmas Week Hrand Gala Week !
the Two-ionuimn oibl,
A little lady rifted by nature with Two
Tongues the most rema-kabla freak
of nature known.
FRBD HOWB, K ntucky's Fat Boy. Vsaxo,
Sarnamed the Llghrning Raphael. Gen.
.. Hhiiman Po-rwiaf, the Tiny Midget. A. 0.
BugL, Cowboy Pianut. Jahks Mauiioa,
Kla-tio Skin Man. And a Grand Collection
ai Wonders, and a Double Stage Perform
anee. A lgM18-iI()N Tt) ALL. 10 iKNT.i.
MULK-Owner ean have same by proving
property and paring charges.
W W HVKI I.MAN. nd Madlnnt.
TJOINTKR DOt-Large liver and white
JT pointer dogt one e out. Return and
be rewarded. K. P. POSION, 69 Madison.
LADIES' HANO SATCHEL On Lindea
street oar Na. 8, going south, about 5
o'oloek, Deo. 14th. Return to U. W. Millar.
" "OST OR MISi.AID A Set ot Plans be
JJ lonaing to B. Lowenstein A Brothers
New Builaing. Pleose ret irn to
JOHN RETD, Buitdor.
A larao red stter, with large
horns. A liberal rewa'd will be paid a
ji mvs m nijr t
IliTE COOK At onoe. Apply at
IZ3 VftHUli p L.
fcITUAT10N By a young man from Vir
5 ginia, either in holesle or retail dry
goods or itreoery bouK, hs salesman or assist
ant booK-Reoper. uato qhh nr. vaid
rienco in bot i lines. Salary no uhjent. Very
best of reieronee as to rh-irao'.er and busi
a... qualifications. YhVSTm,
P. 0. box 302. Lvnehhurg, Va.
TjVEilBODY Te know tt.at we have a
JjJ flrje stck af furniture, all kinds of look
ers and -Mid's chairs, ete , suitatile for
Christmas, at ap-cialiy low prices for the
A MK8. BKATTTB CO., 363 Main st.
TWO Experieneed Hardware Traveling
Salesmen) peitirel none others need
applyjDesJardins Miller ft Bootes, 3f4 Main
IBBT-CLASS COOK At West Memphis
Hi tel. Annlv t H7 1 wain street.
O WHITE SERVANTS-Cook
mended, at 436 Adams street.
O (C BRLS. CORV COBS-Addre
A&UU F SMiTH, St. James House.
aivm. Apply at
oook: good wages
07 VaNCB sr.
POSITION By a shorthand writer who
bas had experience; good relereace.
A ddress SHORTHAND, Appeal offioe.
WANTED Ladies and young girls to
wors for us at their own homes; good
Xagei ; no canvassing ; distance no obieotion.
dd Aid uyplyCo..43Kllot st. .Boston, Mass
SALESMAN la this State fir Blair's
Gold Fountain Pens. Set samp'es sent
for $ laholrsale priee). THE POPULAR
FOUNTAIN PEN CO., t5T Broadway, N. Y.
HOUSE OR KOOM-A small bouse or
room suitable tor ligh housekeeping,
nesr Main and Beale. References ex
changed Addreg Letter Carrier No. 4. P.O.
Iir i'K COOK References reauired: 378
Adans St. t all dunne mornmgnonrs. '
SITU tTi'N By an experienced and prac
tical plantation manager; best of ref
erences Jvea; correspondence soliplted.
Care "Commercial," Pine Bluff, Ark.
EADIE-i and Gentlemen, in city or coun
try, to take hsht work at their homes,
11.00 to 14. Ida day easily mate; work sent
by mail; no canvassing We have a good de
mand foreur work, and furnish steady em
ninvment. Address, with stamp, CROWN
M'F'G Vi)..m Vine St.. Cincinnati, Ohio. .
.AT BOARDERS At
77 ADAMS 8T.
SCRAP 1RUN-A q iantity of lovet and
machinery icrap iron and old oar wheels.
ST. LOt IS MALLEABLE IRON CO..
St. Louis. Mo.
CjALKSMKN In every Stata in the 0' ion
p to represent a PAINT MANUFAOTUR
iNfl ESTABLISHMENT having several
SrioiALTiti that ara popular and easy sell
tag. Cao be bandied alone or in connection
with other goods. Addren THE WM. B.
PRioi" mani;fu. oo.. Baltimore, md.
Orift MEN To do station work on th
ZUU Memphis, Birmingham and Atiantie
B.R..nar Ab.rdren. Miss. Apply on work.
OLD GOLD 6ILVHU For cash or ex
ch.nre MtT LFORft. Jewe 294Maia
TETMS AIM per day; luO Drivers
i tM nar day. Pay every 8atur
A QI1A ai&tlnn M,nf will bay from
12 to 17 cents per yard. Beet work on the
levee; ao roots; no grubbing: all new work
in fields. Go d camps, Irqalr of
F. A. JONES k CO.. 61 Monroe street,
or on works of Forrest a Co.. Austin, Misg.
03 OOD Colored Chambermaid.
I At 72 Madison street.
A flRN'lH.li, every town
to sell Pianos
XX and Organs HOUCK k CO., Memphis.
tamTPTng AND EMBROIDERING-To
order tn best styles at .
M A i o ii.iyiruniii.Ti.
MAN An Intelligent.earnest man to rep
resent, tn his own locality, a large re
sponsible house. A remunerative salary to
right party. Steady position References
exchanged, American Manufacturing House,
16 ll.rel.y St.. N. V.
Bulford, Jeweler, 24 Main street,
wllclU tTderit from the ooutrie
varle) ail better se-
tkU huoi'i iMparta
! this Market. , Tk,
daiijas, flout textarei
application te tieae
o that w hav opened an Auction Mouse.
Dwina.H our om i u " " " . , " .
mika eneel! p&tea with Attorneys. A dUUnlS-
MULE-From Panola Oil Works, Tuesday
last, one light bay mule, itbout shoes,
lightly stiff in fore less. Liberal reward
will be paid for return tf same to
iaisuua uii, au r wiilhhh uu.
MULE8-I10 REWARD One blank bona
mule, bianded 8. M. on left shoulder.
One blaok mare mule, lime in right for foot.
Return to GEORGE liURi.
at P. M. Pa'temnn Oo.'s Stable.
A DIVORCE The above
I know, will attraot soma
attention, and I feel sure some ingenioui
individual will find grounds on whi -h I ean
obtain a divorce, altiough several lawyers
to whom I stared my rase oould find none.
I lave beea married two years and eight
months. My husband is a good lo king man
of 40 years; is not addicted to drink ; intact,
has no vioes that 1 know ol, and while ha
loves ma and supplies ma with my every
want, yet, though I am ashamed to say it. I
love nim not, and therefore, under a ficti
tious name and sddress. offer 125 or one of I.
Samelson k Cn.'s beantitul Mcere-anm
Seta a a reward to an t individual who ean
show me on what grounds 1 ean get the afore
said divorce, and ha on thereby earn a nice
Christmas present. Addesa,ln confidence,
UrfnAPPY WIFE, Appeal nffice.
1 ATIB HADsELL P'ease write to your
Jt- own Frank M. il., Memphis. Tcnn.
MADAME FAN NA 1 8 The aelebrated
Uiusy Clairvoyant and lest Medium,
177 Third street, near Poplar.
C1ISTKRNS Built and repaired and war-
ranted. Inventorof the Sanitary Port
land Cement Punt). Contraotor and briok
layer. Te'rrWr JW. THOH. CUBBIN8.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
DESIRABLE ROOMS Witu ooard, at
72 MADISON ST.
HOUSE-Corner Second and
Adamsstree'S Rooms and board. $b per
week day board, ft) 50
GOOD BOARD By the day or week
At ft Third street.
"POOMS Two unfurnished rooms.
TV 133 ADAM3 BT.
NICELY" FURNISHED ROOMS-Wilh
board, at No. 60 Adams street
TABLE BOARD The bosUhe market ai
fords, At 87 CPU RT STREET.
NEWLY furnished front room, with ele
gant bjard, lor single gentlemen; 87
KOOVS t'if!.fn: urniah-d rooms, with
board, for ladiesorgentlen.cn. Termi
IMS Court Extended.
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, single or an
suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
without ho.rd : ntVr room. lM l'lri tontt st.
TWO NEW COTTAGE8-112.50 per month.
Inquire st ISO Rayburn avenue.
NICELY IURNISHED ROOMS-At
60 MONROE ST.
ROOM One desirable furnirhed room, far
one or two sent'emen. 5'OMAINSI.
ROOMS-Furnished or nn'nrnhhed; cen
tral location terms modorhte. .
93 Madison street.
DWELLING-HOUSE With 7 rooms, at
152 Looney street; newly papered and
painted; in first class co dition. Address
NICE, NEAT COTTAGE Five rooms,
splendid water, large back yH, No 74
LaRoie streat. Apply at Dr. A WESSON'S
office. No. 243 Main street. ,
ROOM Furnished room,
3 ROOMS single or ea suite; desirable lo
cality. Adorers A. B 0., this office.
-iUl TENNESSEE ST. Wa'er and all
AU J. modern conveniences. Apply
COLE MRU. CO.
rPW0 furnished Rooms in i rivate tan.ily,
1 snitab e for gentlemen, at 2 Ua ion St.
LPRON'I ROOM Furnished; suitable for a
i.' younir doctor emoe or to single men to
room. Apply at
6S MAIN ST.
PLANTATION 45H aons, ghove overflow,
25 miles above Memphis in Arkansas;
)Hrire tiDhouse and sawmill on it. Will rent
very low to a good party, r. ij.asnniin.
npHE GILBERT PLACE Corner taybum
Avenue and Jankaon street: two-Story
rm.. nlmnt 24 aeres land, fruits of nil kind.
fine fruit and vegetable garden, Will tent
for a series of years. Also, another place,
some six acre, near uaiton's; noe vines
and fruit, with residence.
Lt. o. mcr AitUAau, a maaison st,
0OMS Several desirable rooms in Ma-
ITV sonic Temple, tro-n January 1, 18tf7.
HUN K PRICK.
at office of Home Insurance On.
O00M8 Furnished er uoiurmsbcd; oen
X7v tral looation ; terms moderate.
93 Mad 'Son street.
. 'HOICK Or'PICK-On second floor, a
I U.m street, corner Union. Appl
XTEW 810RE-Southeast corner Main and
JN PoplarsU. M. E. CON A WAY, 285 Main.
SPLENDID rooms, furnished or untur
nished, with boardHO LINDENJT
OFFICES AND ROOMH At 65 Madison
V- Street. p. m. aoiaci ao wamgnu.
LARGE STORE First floor and oeliar.
with side and rear entrances. Nog. 301
and 303 Main street.
OFFICES No. 282 Second street. .
DWELLING 1.0 Court street.
VACANT LOTS Apply to
S. B. bNOWDEM or
88 Madison street.
ROOMS Pleasant rooms, furnished U
desired, with references, at 219 M adison,
7STVIOK Vlrat floor
KJ At 32 Madison street.
4ELEG ANT ROOMS At 69 Market street:
single or en suite, furnished or untar
nished, good water, and near business.
STOREHOUSE Four story and basement
storehouse. No. 254 Front street.
MALLOHY, CRAWFOHD 00. .
ClOTTuN OFFICE Apjdy to E. M. Awsr
yson k Co., No. 364 Front street.
No. 166 Main Street.
No. 216 Main Street.
Nn HIT Main fi!rt.
y tn IAMK3 I.KK. Ja.. 4 Marllsnn Hi
I Initial llliiga t MuUord'B,
AF2E& THE CHICKEN 4 fJE
THAT REWARDS STREET BlIL
Vf AT EXTEhFBISES.
Another Compiay Wests to Come
in and Take a Whtek at tke
A cHrtr ban hpon applied for, an
dor the name of the "Union Street Railway
Company." with George Arnold, M. O.
Pearoe, Napoleon Hill, Sam Tate, jr., W, D.
Bethel! ana R. B Snowden a incorporators,
for the purpose of eons ruoting and operat
ing street railways along the followiug de
Along Main street from the northern
boundary to the sou hern boundary tf the
city, as such boundaries now exist or may
hereafter be extended; along Poplar street,
from Main to tbe last.rn extremity ot the
boulevard; aloi.g Jeflerton itreet, from
Main to Charleston avenue and ibence
southeastward along Charleston avenue 0
its iuter.cctiun with Mndion .tract Alo-g
Beale street, trout Main to Lauderdale;
thence souihw-ud on Laude'dale to Misas
S'ppi avenue, commonly known as the ller-nan-.'oroad;
thenoe on Mississippi avenue
in a southerly direction o Walker avenue;
thecoe eafi wrd on Walker aveooe to Ral
eigh avenue. Along Vanoe st eet from Main
to its eastern terminus.
The charter also provides for authority to
construct railroads upon any and all streets
and public highways within the Taxing Dis
trti t of bholby couuty, and of the county of
Shelby, as my I e horeatter agreed upon be
tween this corporation anoVthe puolic
tuoritles of snid Taxing District snd
said oounty of Shelby, and that the
comtany nisy uee either animal
power or a dummy engine, provided
the engine shall not give off either smoke or
steam, so as to annoy or iriiihten persons or
animals. The company is at liberty to
choose the game tf the rod,and the rail
road tracks, cars and coaches shall be used
only for the transportation of passengera und
personal bagtage, at a uniform price per
bead, which lor peteon and bang go , hull not
exoeed 10 oents or the fractional part thereof,
from one terminus of the road to the other.
The news o' the app lotion for such a
charier was freely circulated on thesireeta
yesurday afternoon and occasioned con
siderable soeculation a to the intentions of
the incorporators, especially with reference
to the Memphis City Hallway Company,
which traverses all the streets
named In tbi instrument above referred to.
lhe incorporations themselves were inclined
to be reticent upon the subiect, and efforts
on the part vl the AprtiL reporter to inter
view them on the subject resulted in failure.
Tto Itanias sl'lljr Extcnrlon.
The Eu'aw ( Ala.) Obnnver, comment
ing on a letter of MaJ. Hykes'i which ap
peared in the Appeal some time ago, advo
oating a road to Montgomery, says: On the
subject of extending the Knias City rail
road (whioh has been buiit from Kansas
City. Mo., to Memphis), via Okolona Aber
deen and Columbus, Mis., aud Eutaw,
Greensboro. Ma-i' n and Selma, Ala., over
the line o the Memphis and Seluia railroad,
whioh road ought 'o have been built by Gen.
Forrest. Muj. Sykes was one of the most
sealous advocates and oriainators of the
Forrest road, and knows wheieof he speaks
when he tolls of the advantages of lhis road
and urgos the Kansas City company to build
it as a p irt of their system. It passes over a
splendid portion of country and will carry
thousands of balos of ootton to Memphis
which now so e se where. We learn that tbe
whole road tn Mimtiomaiv can be easily
bought. The Kansas City eompany would
find it to be one ot tbe most important as
well as ene of the best paying roads iu the
THE BOLTON COLLEGE.
ALES M AWE YInrRBVlT
Jlsimoa of rnrchssers and Amosiiita
Benlfaed Nalea to be Jou tin
The gale of lamlH that form part nf
the assets of tbe Bolton estate was begun yes
terday by Ford k Lancaster, acting for D. 0.
Slaughter, ohairman of the County Court,
and ex-cflioio tru.-tee of the estate. It will he
lemembered that under a olause of the will
a fund is created for the erecli n snd main
tenance of an educational establishment, to
be known as the Bolt n College. f r the edu
cation of t poor white youth of the First
Civil District ol Shelby county. The build
ing is to be located on the Hoboken p anta
tion, about twenty-five miles northeast of
Memph s. The amount realised by yester
days sale is (1,952 90, which, added to pro
ceeds of property sold last yer, will swell
tbe iund to s niething like $$5,00ll. The
sale will be continued today, and will in
oluda valuable property in Arkansas and
Mississippi, which, it anything like lair
prices are bid. will realise in the neighbor
hood of 000.
The description of the lands will bs found
in our advertising columns. The following
personal propert will also be sold : Twelve
head of mules ot var ous ages, sitos und de
scriptions; alsoone steam engine an 1 all the
appliances and attachment, thereto belong
ing; one grist mill, two ctton gins, one cot
ton press nd all the auplUnc.oa aud at'ach
ments to the same belonginv; all of the
wagons, farming utensds, implements and
tools of every kind and o aructer used in lhe
cultivation of the Westover Plantation in
The terms of the sale are one-fourth In
cash, balance In four equal installments,
payable in one, two, three and four years,
bearing interest at 6 per cent.
Tbe sale will lake p ace at 12 m., oorner
Madison and Main.
The following is a record of tbe prices ob
tained and the nau.es or purobaters at yes
The Newmarket Plantation, containing
about 2250 acres, divided into four tracts,
situated three miles southeast of Ro sville,
on the Memphis and Charleston raiiroad,
about birty-two miles cast of Memphis, in
Jarnigan Place, 783M acres, gold to S. R.
Pearson for ,2858 86
The W hitney Place, 66 acres, sold to W.
N. Morrison for 11137 12.
Tbe Tillman P ace, 640 acres, gold to J. H.
Knox for I (408.
The Temple place sold toL. S. Marshall for
$376, the entire tract realising 18980 98.
He also sold for same aocount the Rich
land plantation, situated about four miles
northwest of Somerville, 1677 aores, sold to
P. Kallaher for t6856 92. Also the Newby
tract, four miles north of Somorville, 100
acres, sold to J. 8. Carter, of Somerville, fur
1 1 15.
The proceeds of this sale, together with the
proceeds ot other extensive tracts to be sold
today, are to be nlaoed at interest and tbe
revenue anolled to the education of the poor
white children of the Fiist Civil District of
Shelby oounty. It is contemplated to erect a
build ng to be known as tbe Bolton College,
to be loca ed on ths Hoboken plantation,
about twenty-five miles northeast of Mein
t.hia. it ia the intention of the Commission
ers to erect a building to cost not exceeding
110,0 0, as provided in the will.
The entire fund will probably realise $60,
000 to $75,00;
LOOK OUT FOR THEM.
BnrsrJnra and Footpada
The bnri;iar nnd the foctnad are
arain abroad and getting in lively work.
The attack on tr. John Zent Saturday night
hag already been iccorded in Uieie columns.
Other acta of lawleisncss have been frequent
since then, the residence ot Mr. J. m.
J,.ltnann. No 293 Manassas street, was en-
having sawed off the Cats and tbus gained
insress. They secured $41 whioh Mr. John
son had placed under his pillow lor safe keep-
iDfb st-re of M. O'Hara, No. 58 Front
street, was burglarised about 8 o'oloek bun
day morning. A few dollars in oath and a
small quantity of goods ware taken. George
Kntllfh, ooloreU was arrested on suspioion
sn I confessed his guilt, but refused to give
the names of his aooomplioes They entered
the store by m- ans of a false key, which was
found on Nelson s person. Nelson wss
brought be. ore Judge Hadden jeiterday
morning, and sent to jail in default of bond.
Another victim was Mr. R. W. Hartis.
His room, at No 498 Lauderdale street, was
entered by thieves, who got away with his
wa'CU anu cna,u iu tum VI ijmim mui u
overooat. This is the seoond time Mr. Har
ris bag been robbed within a few months.
fteoop la the Cosftrstcti
0it. W. T. Rnge 1. of lhe Unl'ed
States Engineer's Office, hu rse-lved from
Washington the decision of the department
conoerning proposals for levee work opened
a lew days ago. The Panther Forest levee
contract. 272 000 dbic yards, to be eou'nteted
Decern bar 25, 1H87 is awarded to George
Am- IU a l.o., mi cenis per ouuio J.ru.
The 1-elsnd love. 7V00 yards, to be oom
nleied Maroh 20. 187. is awarded tn J. W
llanseli and W. M. Forrest, at YDi oents
per eubio yard.
XlueMay IrMeula, Muirord'n
Automatic S. Machine, $40. WhiU
office, ksy CO,
! HOTEL ARRIVALS,
Tk Male tiayetsMt.
. f ARRIS Q TON, STEWART k WBITt!.
- - Paafitisvoaa. -" & . - &
Cg. G. Rora...u.Managr.
Ratal ti 50 to 4 per oay, according to leca
tioa af rooms
B Kirkman Ala
Jk Jones, Mo
W White, Tenai
B F Thomson, M be
W CCrawford. Alias
J T Terrell, Va
KS Hale. Mo
Miss L Osier, La '
Sam ire. Miss
M S Hopr, Ind '
W P Anderson, Ohio
Miss Freeman, Ky
M M Soay, N Y
J F Xianea. La
J A Atk'ns.Vo
W C Rsfferty.Ga
H Bruton, Tenn
H V Anthony. V.iss
J M Daniel, Tea
E W Howe, Ten
Miss E Small, (rti'o
W K lloeball. Ten
ft B Rogers, Mo
W 0 Hall. Misg
f H Scott, Tenn
A E Freeman As, K
H Davis, c- C
Irr R Harris, Misa
RT Uarr s, Misg
J D Powell, Tenn
r M -nmers. Tenn
J II Wehh. Ky
A M Littlejobn, Mias J H rrasier, tenn
M Bremer. NY F .Vei-igoid, Miss
N B Blood worth. Miss K O Fie d, Miss
J 8 McLemoro, Misg A Yerger, Miss
O TerreK, III F Martin, Ohio
W W Cummings.TenaW R llraufore, Tenn
R H Knowlea. Has J II Webb. Kr
G Thurston, Miss ) i. G irley, Mi-a
Mr. Dr Word. Miss W T Daniel. N Y
11 II Lockwood, N Y Mrs J Johnson, Miss
Miss Wootrn, Miss W W Parker. Mo
W L Roberts, Mo Miss N l Messack, Mo
W TMcCulloch, Ark M Mayer, Ark
JRChanoey, La A R Gill k w, Ohio
B Belcher, Tenn H Burton. N Y
Mrs J Brinkley, TennMis. Hrinsley, Tena
C 8 Mailett, tenn II J llr.il es, Mo
H B Sweeney, Mo W II Nigh, Ohio
B D Hodges, Ark M HosUne, Ky
E J Carnes, Tenn M J aleianoer, Tena
.1 II Watson, Tenn H L Parsons, Tenn
R McAllister, Tana T Britton, Tenn
J M Martin.Tenn K T Harris, Ark
0 R Stinson, Ark K 8 Erwin, Ark
B F Bulloch, Miss R T Lester, N Y
J M Childs, NY AT Hunter, Ohio
T B Mitohrll, Ohio G M l'aiue, IVnn
J L Wilninskee, N Y D I. Lvnbert Dl
D M .lone, 111 C R heeler. Ill
J M Morrison, Mo E J ll'iahes,
V 8 Perry. Mo A II N wton, Ky
E J Lowe, Ky C J Clay. Ala
B H rheppatd, Ga 8 J Allen, Ga
RTJonca, Mo C s Hunter, Mo
A M Edwards, Mo J M Childa. Miss
OR Conn, Miss N S llaliurd, Ark
J 6 Johnson, Ark L R .-until, Ark
8 hippie, Tenn K E Palmer, Tenn
J M Ilenderron, lean r. i; t'oia, lonn
K R Oldliain, Tenn M T Johnson, Ala
R M Horlon. Kv V. II Marshall. Kr
R J Walker, NY C HJud.on Aw. N Y
0. B. G ALLOW A I k CO P..n-aiaviaa
Rates ti ') and 13 per day according to
site and locution of roiu Spool u
W W Cochran, Tena DASleen,Mo
FCPrichard, La J W Wail-, Miss
C H Wihnsns, Ark W II hsatland,
J W Keiabtlev. Ky
W R Lindrutn, Ky
W A Stone, Tenn
W R Mullins. Tenn
A W Durrah, Tenn
W 8 Kiukead, Ohio
G Fitsgerald, Tenn
W H Booth, Miss
W A ton son. Mo
T II Stuart, Mo
H Murdnrk, Mo R K Quean, Kr
W II Kenber Aa. Tax II li kvans. Tena
I W Irwin. Tenn
Miss K ialloway.a I
L W Collie. Oa
W 8 Morris Ga
J II Berr. ,Cal
O Ko.li. Ill
Mrs J II Walker.Tea
V Clarks, N Y
T W White, Tenn
K Gray, Tenn
J Rohers, Ind
Mr, E Buck, Mist
J M Jackson, Mo
P V Lester, Miss
J F Warre.i. Tenn
H J llugins,Tonn
P Elis, Va
J M Lovell, Tenn
W B Worten, Tex
W M hunch, Ky
R McCounell, Ky
I Frank. N Y
E Vaughn, Ark
G H Leo- ard, N Y
W M Kel ar, Tenn
A hi Miller, Mo
D W Johnson, Mo
Mrs Swepston, Mial
J E Barber, Miss
M E Taylor, Ky
J T Warren, Tenn
G A Kntaingtnn, Pa
W II Ni.h. Ohio
w inidseil, N x
j Anderson At w, Ala I S Kounts, Pa
I Nauheimer, Ky L,nuer.y
A Warren, fenn T C Petti, Ohio
A S Gilbert, Ky W H Flynn, Ky
Mrs McConnell, Ark Miss F Rives, Ark
KR Wade, Tenn J B M arson, La
WJPortor, L R A Simp on, L 0
E J Wendell, Tenn T C Park, Tenn
J W Pennell. Ark B liraooti. Mo
J J Hughes, Ark
J McClend in. Ark .
W RMitche 1, Ky
J K Bragg, Tenn
W 0 Jobnsoi, Misl
W Ferguson, Tenn
K T Armistead, Mo
C8 Mallette, Ga
J BriUy, Ark
W Miller, Ky
J T I'oulter.Tenn
Dr P. ok, Tena
C B Galloway, Miss
W A Stouno, Tenn
L Lehman, Tenn
R Richmond. N Y
W L Bovd, Ky
MissM KeoneJy.Mlls Mrs M A Beattie, Va
J A IL use, Colo
E 1 Parker. Mo
J A Pitts. Tenn
n. A Mitchell, Pa
G McCandless, Pa
M Miller, Ky
A Smith, Tenn
W S Moore, Tenn
W 0 Andrews. Ky
L B Washer, D O
W B Loinas. N Y
S W Hawkins, Tenn
M Mci'omb, fa
ES Wiggins, Mo
E Gibbons, Tex
! N McLemore, Miss
B Kullin, Tenn
A Digas, Tenn
y T Griffin, Ky
. R A lliilley, DC
W Pi Ik. Tenn
F M DuVall.Tena
W M MnCarty Tenn
MissDM Newell, Tenn J W Savin, N W
0 Vo-gan, N Y
A (1 Stacey. Mo
A G li-own, u
J F iillman.Tenn
II Exall. Tex
E A Judsins, Mo
E F Miller, Miss
C II Marshall, N Y
F Hcarem-ourr, Mo
F G Rarrick, N Y
T Downey, Mo
H M II, Iter. Kv
Miss M Savage. Tonn
A W Maitin, leun
bosk ooonLAN'a rouriftT.
Miss R Coghlan, N Y C J Edgerly. N Y
FroddeBollvilln.NY ASLipuian, NY
8 W Lynch. N Y Malcniiu Bradley, NY
Charles Wolcot. N Y Mrs l!h Wolool, N Y
Geo MoDonald. N Y :.iss Maud Petors.N Y
Mrs Cboa Peters. I hihs u tierron, n I
f red Harry.
OiMton'a Holi I.
W. U. BINGUAV vl4luo. .
European plan. Knlsrged an t r tu-msbed
Prices according to sise ana looa
tion of roiiuit.
J B Blakeman, Tenn R H Cnldar, Tenn
J T Kylce, Miss 1IR'" ard, Ark
J Ci lluiniihreva.Tenn 11 II Javl. Ten
J M Duncan. Tenn W F Jones. Mo
.1 II ttrant. L
J B Kv e. Tenn
J II l.evan Aw, N Y
II Toby jr. Tenn
T W Watkins, Tenn
W H Key, Ala
J Robertson, Tenn
Mrs John Clarris, Ark
J I Woodland, Tenn
Fred Trep, Tenn
J R Joiner, Ala
D W Dale Aw, Tenn
J A Pluiunier, Ark
J T Warner, Tenn
F J Streator Jr, Misg
W B Haskins, Ark
(! W Brown, Mo
Mutt Breden Aw, Mo
W otoppis, Ark
Lee F .rr.l, Ark
8 I) Kergu-on, Ark
w A r aires, mo
Peter Traoy. Tenn
A I Lambeth, lenn
M Bl.owrv. Miss
W A Hands, Ark
T Stuteon, Mo
T J Lsnnon, Ark
R Bymann, Ark
W H Comoton. fnd
K n Vaughan, Ara
T Uos odd, Miss
A G Morehouse, Miss II Vynch Aw, Tenn
B J Clay. Ky
W B Helna. Ark
Pe-cy rhort, Mo
Mrs E liuoks, Ark
K II Garrison, Tex
P II Bark, Tenn
Mrs D -wepton, Ark
J Robertson. Ark
J 11 Halliburtoo.Tenn
W 1 Harris, lenn
M L Mil' w.od, Miss
J II Stafford, Miss
rv ii Weber, Tenn
N M Marthis, Miss
11 J Sunpes, Misa
w Khl' tt, Miss
W TMetih.ws. Miss JG Molibee. Miss
J M llawkon Aw, Ark Gabo Brooks, Ark
P J O'l.augblin, Ark r iianniiiot, mii
U C llu.ison, Miss
J D Blakeman, Misg
Cbas Harris, Tenn
L Ferguson. Ky
F H Holland, Miss
J S Carter, Tenn
W M Wilson, Tenn
H H Hamilton, Tex
II V Hood. Miss
J iv Lu-h, Tnun
K L McGowan.Tenn
IV Fn d, Tonn
J V War en. Tenn
II Mo Moan As, Tenn
J II Mitchell Tenn
S Martin dale, Tenn
R R Farrar. Ark
R F Moss, Tenn
Miss K A Iston
Tenn Miss A IK Tenn
J Johnson, t
h w h ra ' th, lenn
W J Bnghatn. Miss II Turfi e, Miss
K V U...r. . Ark T I. WHkins. Fll
F, Maxwell, Miss II L Ketenburg, Misg
Miss Hull, Mo Mrs II J llamer, rao
S D Branlon. Misg R 0 Cochran, Miss
T J Dunnan, lulss J T Milan, Miss
T N Khodes at. Ml?s J h nanus, lenn
GWStoll, Tnn II E Andrews, 'lenn
II Dow, Tenn ') Thompson, Miss
Miss M cnyder. Miss Miss n Moan, iviss
C A Neilson, Miss W Neilsou, Miss
II A R,,lh Tenn .1 W Reno, Mo
C J M 'Craw, Tenn J (J Humphreys, Tena
J It Potts, Va J H Heanett, MISS
T L Bennett, sr, Miss 1 LUcnueti, ir. miss
v. !,'.,. M,.. M Heilburn. Miss
Miss Heilburn, Miss Miss L P Bennett, Miss
M H Jay, Miss V W Hicb, Miss
O W Holmes, Tenn D W Allen Aw, Tenn
Priddy II ",
rVevmeelv PAmmeeclal Hotel. I
Cor. Front and Jellersoo Sts. , Memphis, Tenn
J. 11. PalUDV, nop r, ni ivicnmona, va.
Transient rates, II 50 to $2 per day.
A Brarg, Va C E Woodioe, Tenn
R MoUuirk, Mo J P Bo..d, Tenn
1) t noKw wipe - v' -" "
J B Kyle, Tenn C -Totherrow, Tena
. n . i. U'... 1 ( V. 1 1 ,nn Mia.
L bus y, lenn a a v inienn, imj
Dil Nu.entAw, Miss J B Mai ehwon, Misg
A 8 Chalmers. Ark l uupuy, ars
A o tUaimera. a
T ft Poser. Ark
j it yu. nn. an
J U Lyon, Tenn
B F Faratee, Miss
J Thompson, Tenn
E tiurt, miss
11 burr.Li 1
T Cannon, Tean
R W r.nll n, Misg
T A Gibbs, Miss
0 R Joansnn, Tenn
E S-lliers Aw, Ark
J .1 Terry, Ark
WL Henderson, Tenn
B T t'alllD, Miss
J B Beck. Misg
J Deck, Miss
J Fleming, Tenn
J C Ramsey, Ark
R S.ndurs, Misg
J B Knwbnlton, Ky
W II McKee, Misg
JMoDjruiottAw.TennT oillon, Mo
II Uoi. Mo
i: Mar h. Mlas .
B i' Young, III
T P Ileery, Ark
W Agaen, Ma s
8 S Kan ford, Ark
J W Cooper, Misg
W J Martin, Ark
T H Uaynes, Tenn
J G Sswyer, Ark
U Palmer, Mil's
A Lranurtr, Ark
J J SWmm, Miss
K C Hughes, Ark
M H Martin. Ark
MW Peck, Mist
J II West. Ill
P A Uurd, Ala
J D Taylor, Misa
C L H irrison, Ark
J J Conroy, I I
H B Kdmonds, Tenn
T U Kg vest, Ark
T II Cox, Miss
T J llabb, Ark
A Sigman, Misg
J Eivins, Ark
F M MoNamse. Tean
J J Williams, Mill
BURKED - TO DEIfB;:
SAD FATE OP - A
Enfeebled bj Sirkaeos She Falls Near
Fire, and Is fatally Ipjurcd
Before Help ArrUes.
Niar noon 8nrtleT Charlotte Bailer,
a negro woman aged 1 years and married,
met with aa ancbient attended with horrible
resul's. Tbe woman resided with her hus
band and two children in an old shanty situ
ated in what is known as the "Factory Lot."
which is ju-t hetood the stock yards in Ctel
sea. t-he had bien ailing for some time, and
Sunday was left alone in bed. Having oeea
sion to cress (be room, the attemi ted to get
no, but being very weak. was aaable to stand,
and tell to the door. Her dress came in e n
tfcvu with the fire that was burning in the
grate, and in an instant she
was wrap,ed in flames. Hearing
her agonising shrieks for help,
several peopie in the neinhhnrhrod rushed
to her a' si tance, but b. fore they eould ex
tinguish her burning garments her body wag
badly burned. Dr. . H. Winston was Im
mediately turn mo- ed and he did all he could
to relieve tie sufforipgs of tbe unfortunate
woman, but was powerless to re 1 ve her suf
ferings. Her screams oould he heard by the
entire neU hburhood and she suffered the
moalictonsg aaony until 4 o'e'ork, when
death terminated hertortuie. Deputy Cor
tierJ J Barry wen tout to the place yesrer
ray afternoon and held an inquest. The
verdict of the Jury was iu accordance with
tbe abi ve iacts.
A nimihrnf failure in whlrth Mem
phis firms are Interested, were rerortedyester-
ay. ir t in tin port anee is trial o; c. i.e..r oi
obi Water. Miss . whomad i an asaiguinent.
with W, B. Sloan as assignee. His assets
are estima ad at $7.'00, while big liabilities
are c use on to $15,000. The ptlncipal credi
tors are :
B. Lowenstein k Bros ...I 825 00
rritdnian ro ci mi
W. A. Gaga A On 2iU 00
Oliver. innie A !o 1W 00
Rice. Stix A Cu , St. Louis...., 2ml 00
Shaff r Scbwaits k Co , St. Loiis.... 1301011
M. Wolf, Cincinnati JMsj mi
The names of the other creditors have not
been aso rlaiLd. Next in importance was
the taiiuie of G. W. t peers, of German
b wn, th-s county, who assigned for the ben
efit ot al his creditors, with T. 11 Williams
nasi. nee. lhe lollowiug la a list ol
B Lowenstein A Bros
A. M. Lord A Son ... .
$ :n ro
, 170 00
, 145 00
C. R Ryan k Co..
On note, payee unt named....
tat t o ...
Mu ins A Younge 71 mi
Hill, Slandish A Co 65 01)
Geo. Am. Id A Co 44 (10
Graham Cousins A Co M 87
Schoiiltleld. llanauer A Co 25 00
T.W. shepherd 24 00
Williams & Hudson...- 2n UO
Sundry croditois 11 00
Total $1192 77
The assets ara estimated at $.160. of which
$800 in stock of goods and $1M in accounts.
Mr. peers bas been In business for many
years and bears a high obaracter among his
ore" i tors, all of whom speak of him with
cenndenee and respect and attribute ns
failure to unavoidable circumstances. His
assttta will day ahnut 85 to 70 oents on the
dollar, the ther failures reported are H.
Thompson, of Russell, Ark., who confessed
udgment tn lavor 01 a m. iioais nuuie,
Preston A Co., of Cabot I, Mo., aisigned,
ind W. J. Sullivan, ot Vatdea. Miss., at
tached for 1-eXiO.
A qUIET ELECTION
For Msmtstratei of tbe Fifth Civil
The e ectinn for Justice of the Peace
of the Fifth Civil District to fill a vacancy
created by the death of J. M. Rourke, passed
off very quietly ye.teid iy with the lollowiug
result: . . .. . .....
first rTfld. William uuinn, nt join
Sheehar , 106. ,
.Vec.md.-William Qalnn, 48S; John Shee
rirrf. -William Qulnn, 149; John Shee-
AW".-William Qulnn, 186; John Bhee-
"Sla i'pWnB. -William Qulnn, 21; John
Sheehan, 1. .,..,
Total, gumn, 12M; bbeenan, m. Muni
Mr. Q i'nn keeps a saloon and hotel corner
of Washington and Main streets, and is
spoken of by his friends as a man of intelli
gence, good oharuoter and fair education.
PRKPAKa FOK FlOODA.
t'l.'iintint.oiia, ciillar walls hik! build
ipirs i'",- 1 1 o""i f5"V7 should he 0 !!
st iiclfil with U'liisvllle Cdrunnt, ltil
lvfisiisst;rill ItMUVlfsi. rtlilllonl.
1D1B Itowaor liHTejr rwi'dit . .-.
1. ik t,..u.ninniis M nra V
oonnmioai lusn me onuuwj ei.,..-.
oannot b. sold m oorope'iuvn "im o.
titude of low test, short weight alum or
phodihnto powders. Sni.n oni.t tg oass.
R'JYAL BA KINd I'OVVDklt Cu.,
list Wall strent. New York.
Blck neadsrh. and' relieve all the troubleg Inel
innt to a bilious stale of the system, sncb-ae Duv
Iness, Neuscs, Drowelnces, Distress eft- eating,
fain lu Dm Side, Ac While their moekrunaiaV
tlile success tins bum shown lu curing
Hcadaobcyct Cartcr'sLltllo Liver Pillaare rqnajlj
valuable In Coaetipattou, coring snd prevemtliis
lhis sonoying enmplalni, while thy also eorred
all disorders uf tlie slomarh, stlruslate the lives
uid reculate tbe bowels. JCven If tlicy only cured
Ache ther would be almost priceless to thoM whg
' ji.,.,.,.. ,..li,. hot fortuv
SuniTirom woe J "-"'"e 1 k;- - , , ..
oat.lv th.lr goodneas does not end here, ana moss
7 ' . ? ., oi e..i 111,1m nil vela.
wno once try mem wn, u.i.i 1- - - -thle
In eo many ways that th.-y will not be waiia
U do without (hem. But alter all sick head
te the banc of eo many Uvea that here Is where wi
make our groat boast. Oar pule cure U whOl
others do not. ,, .
Carter's Little Liver Fill are very small and
Very eaav to laae. un, or law uiu.
They arc Mrictly veffeUbr an
An mil or IDA Ol
pnrtfo. but by thdr ie,'ti, action pWM illwii o
IIM I hfim. ID V ft ftt U C4IlI: DVO MIT II. BWAM
I, w rim tiiata tviirvvhaft. or ftani hi Bit U
CAItTEK MEDICINE Jt .,
Jew YorV Zi v.
WITHOUT A PRECEDENT!
1 11 -'' u
LEADS THE WAY,
Make Sweeping Reductionsin the Prices
OF THEIR '
Tho proat Holiday Tradeto bo mark oil by LOW, instead of IIij;h Pricsa.
We niako tliiH Move to IotrotHo tho Holiday Husinpss end reduce the Stock
The En tiro IloncfU floca ko tho l'ublio, a tho following Lint of Pricoa wil
OUR DRESS SUIT DEPARTMENT
IN YOUTIIW AWJ 3laM,.
OarKleicaitt All-Wool ItiitaiiM H eult, 10 Forinirly
OiirMilfNh NtralRbltMit Nnk Nnlt.iasO Formorly HIS
Our Nobby rorlaxerew Frock and Sack uH, t$l5 formcrl jr t)J3
ODR OVERCOAT IBPARTMENT
IN YOUTH IS MSU JIKM'JSJ.
Oar Heavy anl lTdl-iunde Flstorn, IH Formerly 13
Oar Plaltl and Ourwey Overcoat h, 1M5( Formerly-$18
Our hlucUtlle OvereoaiH, $1.1 Formerly 21
Onr Geui Natlu-Mned Fancy Overcoat. $IS Formerly 33
Onr MhuHbernUeHt :hlnclillla OvercoulH, $i5ForiuerIy $33
Hoy and Children'. Overcoat - From $S Upward
PARENTS AND GUARDIANS.
Our Boys' and Children 'a Department is overflowing with Choice and Kith
Oeode for tho Holidays, which oao only bo soon and appreciated at omr
oonnters. They mant be sold to reduce our iujmonse stook, and at eqaa
Low Priecs an oar lion's Suits, so oall oarly and sooure your bargalna.l
TO Till K.ITTI.F. ONEN,
Whioh we nevor forgot, the following is a List of Presoata we gW to evory
Boys' and Child's Suit: Pooltet Knifo, Polo Cap, Windsor Bilk Soarf,
Suspendors, Tio, Cane,
OAK HALL CLOTHING HOUSE
2.11 Mate Street, Opp. Odd-Fellows Hall.
SOL HALLE. : : : : PROPRIETOR.
Granil Display if CMstmas Eiis
1 " "" o 1
CHKINTN M CAHDN The loveliest things In tbe market.
CHOroUKAPII I.BVMnV-In Plush, Morocco and Alligator.
WHI'lllSH lKHHH In Plush and Wood, Inlaid with Pearl.
Al l4HlHeil AMI NcaP HtlOKH-In beautiful designs.
TOll.KT !ANKsi-To salt the most refined taste.
NllAVIaiO NKlft-For travelers and resldooi,
SIliNlli KOXKN-To enliveg our homes.
rAPF.rKHIH la plash and Fancy Doxel.
Dells, Tea Sets, Picture Hlooks, Toys, Eto., to makt the little onoshagar.
sssrOur Store will be open until 10 .'clock p.m., from December lath until Oarlstaaai, ta
aecommodate our many retail customers. -
Claas. Herzog: tSo
3(M, Main Street.
syr-Nerrhnnla astrl PlaDlera, etasill
Farmers and Gardeners, should, tn the In
terval between Harvest and Planting time,
look out for the future, and
that they bava made all arrangements for
Seeds and Implements needlul for the next
season. Hundreds of circulars are flooding
tho country and filling th. columns of the
newspapers, soliciting the readar
goods that they know nothing of. With the
aperlenc. of twenty-five years In the South,
both la selling aod planting, we think wt
ean safely claim tbst
boas, has always dealt fairly. We aim to
keep th molt lmprevad Labor-saving Im
plements, and to sand oat enly Fresh and
Oar present stook Is full and complete, and)
we ar prepared to furnish our papered Bead
In neat and attractive style, U) the trade, at
tk lowest rat. We have also Urge sto.k
of ORA33 and FIULD BKEDB for Boring
Planting. Our Annual Catalogu will b
ready for distribution by First of Jhauary.
Send for one)
R. G. CRAIG & CO.
30 rnlon M- MeiiMlilnv,Teiui.
raiAfK wtH1 Keuioved Alue, in irora
40 initiates to J hours, with head com
plot, or r4aj chart. No Patting required;
no poiso'acua medioines. Can be taken wltn
as by child or adult. Call or send for olr
iularg' D. M. SKY BNrtTlf. Sp.oi.ll.t. .
70 Madison Itreet. t
Opp. Pea body Hotel.
HKAL K8TATB ANI LAW OFFICK.
W l l.llMPKIN.t Madlsan st.
A UKNTLK COW-Freih
ilk very rich.
ri. two gallons per day;
Price gill Al.ulvtil
A t sout h gate Hlinwood t'smetery.
AT i A NT .
and Carpet Fancy
LX Hocuers, Mdoboaris, Fui-oilure,
I.ar.e alnek for XmuS trade.
AMr.S, IIHATIH ACQ., SiiiMaln t.
ARH(lT rlne talker and nice plumage.
Can b a en at 6.IM Main street.
hi. W. LONtf.
ICH 11KATINO bTOVKr-Cheap, n.arly
new, at 10 J Union street.
K0PKKTV-Payln S to U per cent- net.
In all parts ol the nity
w. 1). Hi .VI I 'Kin, iwaiisoit st.
10TTAII K-lUud.'om new cottage on Mis-
V y,lssiod ave.i lot'llxIMi, Add. L., ftppeal
OllBK Hood gentle baggy hirse; lady
can drive. A. r ta sr,.mininn n
"NK 36 11. P. ''Faruaahar" Steam Kngin
J and Horlfontel K Tubular Hollar, com
piece i all good as new; ksa not seen four
months actual servlo. Also, one w No. 2
"Fay" Krsaw Machine, with U iach saw.
Apply to R.J . WiiQDS, Cotton hjjlurldjnj.
"A T A liAKOAlN-A moi paying (Jermaa
Xi- Buardinghous In Helena, Ark., owner
wisblns to retire. For lurlher particulars,
Ir quire at HHUHF.H'S. In HaWna, Ark
Wfltf -C"DtbS"U A K B KR'SIlrOP-Wit h a
V good trade; reaava tor selling, bad kealn,
Wllls.ll cheap. Adircsg
B. , this ofBce.
IEcff CO Wtj And youag ealf.
at aeca s piacies,
CloTI0N-6Kb'.I-Alieirtojig Stapl Cotj
I ton-Seed; Mcenta rg bushel in lots ol
not lo than, iw busb B CLAHKg
Z Mtesiiojippl avenn
TAdiw, this ,,
TTTmir.k.riaa lotl no
DR. M1NS0N. OT Main t.
"ViiOtt bALK CHttAP-No. S Washing ton
D Hand Frees, for nlne-iUurun .aiar
good ss new. Inquire at No. 37 I'nlan st-
AT r. A. Jones o. s., su. ! V
hn.av M AbK that any lady oan drift
mlA r 1 1 y .ufe
HESIDKNCS-Nos. H8 andM Market sv j
in good repair; lot 57Sxl4Ajj.ly to
-. . re,r,tj'ia Weak
4 tHAMUKit S FULUlBtt aavHina-ji
V UUI. asd. and tn gooooo "tfaff
IV at " - -
WJamona Watclet, ulforr