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EAILHOAD 'flUE TELE.
laalaalppl 'mm twiWH.-Tttlti
iot aa ioIIowm flew Orleana sail arrival
daily a -00. m.i Imtm daily at !
fcardia aoeotoraod-tioD arrival daily at 9:fO
a. so. I leave.! dnily at :Vt p m. Loral
freight arrivce daily (except Sunday) at 8:.l
.m.; ''. daily (except Sunday) at 8 :15
l,n, Mail traina do not itap at fluff, "ta
tlona. oor Whitehaven, liora Lake, lieabit
ajaMllpa f Valley Koala (I. If. O.
Ml T. Ky.) Train, on Ihii road ran ae fol
tcwa: New Orlonna fat mail, daily, leevea
at 4:30 p.m.) Vickbur express, daily,
leave at 1:15 a.m. Mew Orleana fiat mail,
daily, arrive i8:10 a.m.i Viokaburs ax
prM. daily, arrlvee at 5:45 p.m.
-jMrtbewaaad tl laalaalppl Tal
Kqr Traine mora a tollowai tut 'In
leave, at 10:00 a.m.i bt. Loula fat lina
leave, at 5 :30 p.m. ( Kail Una arrival at 1 :80
p.m. t Ht. Louia faat lina arrival at 1 :06 a. m.
Laaiavllla and Ataabvllla Traine
more m follow! : Faat mail arrival daily at
tiUa.m.: laarai at 10 1 10 p.m.i mall leavel
dally at 10:10 a.m. I arrival at 4:00 J.m,
liMwnavilla aooommodatlom laaval dallv'
xoapt Sunday, at 6:00 p.m.i arrival daily.
inapt Buadav, at a:rxi a.m. (iianaarauma),
eialf HaaMMHaHaa i:ily.avriM
Br Id aad Me-apblel Train leave M. and
a?. Amrmt aa foliowa! Na. 4. Kanaaa Cltv as-
prl, leeveeet 10:4S a.m. I No. 8, Kaaeaa
City expraae, arrives at ami p.m. no. a,
Kaaaaa City mall, laarai at:00 p.aa.l No.n,
Vtanaaa Oit mall, arrival at (:4ft a.ai. No.
, Bt. Louie and Celoaeo expreJi, lei
lOO p.m.i Ha. 1, Bt. Loai and Ohio
tree,, arrivee at 1 :46 a.m. la effect B
I leavae aa
area,, arrival at 1:4b a.m. la efleet Uunday,
AnHl 18. laMA.
aaapbu aasdl rharleataa Train
move aa follower Through exprail leavai
dally at 10 :W p.m. Mail aa axpraai leavai
dell at lOrtJO a.m. Bomarvllla aoeommoda-
ioa laarai dally. leapt Sander, at 4 :40
p.m. Throagh axpraai arrival dally at
m.m. ad ail and axpraai arrival dallf t 1C i20
B.m. Demervuia aooommoaauea arrive.
aaenaablB, Mraalaabaaa aad Atlaa-
Jo-Holly Bprlaf Reata Traine aave al
follow! : Ne.lleavae Memphii dally at 1:16
uflm ! Bollt fiDrinaiatSiHD.m.l
llo. i iMva Holly Spring, dally at :00
.. urlu 1 UaaiBkU t OlIOl.m.1 HO,
leerei Mampkli dally at Til p.m., aarlmf
at Holly Springe at 11:45 p.a.i He. ieaa-l
Hniy Springe dally at lift a. a., pirfrMa
Mckli t siu a.m. .
Staaaphla mm LMtla Boatt.-Tralna
Jiova aa follow! (saatral aUnderd tlnwri
o.l leavai dally at 4:11 p.m. I arrival at
i2ip.m. Ho. leave! at 8:66 a.m.i arrival
at ifc a.m. lo. I (freight) laavM HapeSela
daily (exeept Sunday) al 1:90 a-.t; arrival
' ladloBtloaa. .
Ftir A labama : Fair, tiightly warmer
mother; northerly aytrub, veering "to
cuUrly. 't '
lor Mittmippi: FaW,vnirmtr'vaiher;
northerly wind. '
Far Tenneuft : Fair weather; elightly
warmer; variable wind.
afmiriu, Tui., November VI, 18M.
7:00 .m. 30.395
ip:w p.m lau.on:
Maxim a at tnmperatore, 47.0.
Miniaam temperiture, 31.0.
Osone, 11 a.m., 2.
The KamiDg hone, No. 108 Mon
roe street, was raided by the police yea
terday m rnlrK.
In the Criminal Court Mapg'e
Wood", colored, wis eentenord to all
montha yrstrday, (or petit larceny.
The Ladles of L'n ien street Chria
(ian Church ,wlll give an entertain
BQsat Tuesday . evening, Noyember
Id I he Circuit Court, yesterday,
the decree of divorce In the case o( O.
M. a Aiken against bis wife n va
l -Tha Young lien's Hebrew Asso
ciation will hold their regular meeting
this afternoon at 2:30 o clock. Busi
ness of importance to transact,
Tha gaming houses of W. N. liar-
wood, Ho. 191 Main street, snd John
, Jones. No. 270 Heoond street, were,
raideaiMtnigbi at iz:SU o'clock.
1 Marriage licences were granted
Jesterday to Ballard Carr, colored, and
Irs M. Brown, Eimond B. Cava and
Hiss Jennie V. Tnompson, Jo Jones
ana mis. Mary ur mn.
Thcaseof E. F. Pope, charged
with obtaining money under false pre-
tensrs, was continued in the Poiics
Oeurt y oeter day n rnlng. It will be
ailed up again tomorrow.
A farewell dinner to Col. H. M
Doak, editor of the Avalanche, will be
given this a'ternoon at 2 o'clock
ander the impWj of the Macaronian
Ciub, a' the reeldenca of L. Bolari, on
Acjlorcd man, name unknown,
uiei on ill i wy to me t'oortiouse ye
terday, of want and exposure. An in
3uitwa h"ld by Deputy Coroner
ohn J. Br y, and a verdict rendered
in accoroaiics witn the above facte. ,
fat IUa, r v. a drunken hrirk
layer rr ntJ laat n:ght, made things
nveiy si me Huiiuu UOU88. lie tore
ciUcer Jordau's tv-iciat, struck him
in the face, and relit d like a Cjman
cbe. Prt s dent liadden will "sweeten
Cip'aln Hackrtt, ot the police
lorce, ou y n'eiday brought back from
Moscow, Ue ire W. ltudy, who is
charged with atealing a . horse
in this city from his - em'
ployr, Mr. Bimpter. The hone
wtsrecovt-red and Kudy was sent to
jail by J us Ice Barry In default of
mjvw Donus. . .
Morgan' Horror, Hatanjua, A Crxm
son Alain, A Prince of, JJurkneu, Our
JSematwn Waniri Sentation,
VrUne- Jy Hand, A It Wat ttriiirn,
King Solution t Wive, A Moral Sinner
and Oid tulkmon't Clerk; this is (he
usi oi tun ns'noow aeries, pries zib
cents each. It is a new eerie, just
ut,andu!uaatl Maosford has them
for ta'e, with ail the late papers 'for
the wek. Open until 1 o'clock this
-The Young Man's Christian As
sociation a-ill hold their annual meet
ing at their hall, No. 207 Main street,
this sft rnoou. l'ue song service, by
Prjf. Hnnhes and choir, will begin at
iKun, jiir, n. kj, vraig, will
conduct the go?pl serviie and speak
on the association's work. Todar h.
gios the appointed wetk of prayer for
associations all over the world. Meet
ings will be held at the rooms every
Bigot this week, beginning at 7:30
vio in Bpeaaers ana music
each r.Uht, All eru iayited, especially
the youi;g meu.
Tub fo.lowlng Chsncery sales
iW? JM'wday: East part of
lot 29, Oodwrli's eubdiyision, sold to
W.B. (Jat,s for $710; lot 14. Keel's
ubdi vision, sold to Thos. E. Dalf for
345. A er am lut of goound on
Oreenlee etiet, containing three
acres, , aold to Albra for $540:
the at ihlrty fight, feet of lot
15, on 8U Piiui s .eet, and the wt
lhteen fm-t of Lame lot, sold to W.
B.Ggt'sor$920; part of lots ltt and
18 of country lit 601, John D. (ira
hams h.iivi Ion, sold to Thos.
-.Mbs. MA-nris MoOacoHAir, wife cf
Mr. Will aic.;untia i, ol tn II. ps Oil
Mills, inftti.e itty yierdy atcotn
panl.dl.y bf-r lit le ,00, Mas er Lee
JlcUu((hao, fotMJIington, Tenn .on
a visit to Col. Lee McCiUban, ber
Tns Rev. Dr. Martin ariivei home
Ms. Jacob Gottliib,' a pioneer of
ucoinnaii, is In tae city.
Mbs. T. J. Laeb hss gone to Jack
son, Teen., to visit relatives.
MlNS JcNNia MONTQOMKRT St Cal-
vary Church, moraing services.
Capt. JotT. McGkhee, Sheriff of
Madison cooLty, Ala., is in the ci y,
Col. R. L. Fpbioo. of Cincinnati.and
Capt. A. O. Dugan, cf Louisville, are
at ttie feabody.
Fkamk P. Gbav, of Little R"ck, and
Frank Lerch, of Han Aogelo, Tex., are
at the 1'eabody.
Stanley Hdniikodoh, a new Mem
phis nove', by Hydney J. Wilson, is
now on sale at an boos stores.
Miss Rogbbb, of Kentucky, and Mies
Pope, of Arkansas, are vultlng Mies
hldrk'ge, ol ilcLsmore avenue.
Cbabxis A. Bishis, of Springfield,
Mas., and J. t.. Uatnmond, ol tio
Chester, H. x., aie at the 1'eabody.
vltitlng Miss -Pet Galfoway in this
city, hat returned to nsr home at
Mas. J. H. Thompson Is home sgain
after a pleasant sojourn of a few
weeks, with friends, at tht little city
-J Johb J. Masok, the accommodating
and oouiteous deputy sheriff, Is again
at bis desk, after a severe and pro
tracted speii oi uioess.
Tbact's design for the first page of
the menu need at the Doak banquet on
Wlday evening was highly oimpu
monttd by every guest present.
Tata young isdies of the Central
Baptist Church intend giving a con
csrt in a short time, which will be a
rare treat to the musio loviog public
MissJiNRia Bogies, of Kentucky,
is in the oltv the luest of Mirs Grace
Eldiidge. Miss Camilla Pope, of
Arkansas, Is alsj visiting Miss El
dridge. Mis Mattii Courts, of the A. N.
Keiloxg Newsosper Company, left laat
night lor nahvtiie, to place ner sis
ters, Misiee Gertrude and Hammie
Dlcklns, at St. Cecilia Academy.
Thsbi will be reduced farea on ail the
railroads entering Memphis for those
who attend the rale of imported Hoi-
stein cattle, to taks place hers on No
vember 17th. Bee advertisement.
The Gleaners will give a musical
entertainment, at the a rick Church la
Chelsea, Friday evening, November
19tb. Some of the leading amateurs
of the city will participate. Admis
sion, id cents.
There will be a meeting of the
Board of Managers of the Women's
Exchu ge Thursday afternoon at 3
o clock at the rooms ol the Exchange,
A full attendance is earnestly re-
qussted. iiusinesi ot importance,
Lowbhstimi dt Co. are occupying
the new brick building on the corner
of Main and Vance as a drug itore.
The senior member is a gradnits in
pharmacy, and fully competent to dis
charge the duiles of a n rat-class drug
gist. His stock is fresh and of the
best quality. Uillsnso( Honth Mem
phis will find this a convenient and
reliable drug s'ore.
Mr. Louis Klotz, who wai an em-
nlove rf the Western Union Tele
graph Company in this city during
yellow fever days, will be msrried to
day at 4 o'clock to a charming young
lady of Washington city, at her resi
dence, ouu Hixth street. Mr. juots is
still In the employment of the tele
graph company, and ia stationed at
Dr. H. M. Liwis. oculist and on
tlclan, late of Ht Louis, Mo., hss just
fitted up an elegant office over Lytle
A Sbields's grocery store, corner
Adams and Main, where he is ready
to fit all sights and make glasses
to order. The public ars informed
that the doctor has no g'as'es for sals
other than those made by himself, and
in conformity with the measurement
of the eye. The doctor has made that
bis apeclal study and hai all thelateat
sclentilio ttsta and Instruments to in
sure perfect and easy tight. Phy
iolans prescriptions for g'sssrs care
fully filled. 001c hours from 9 to 12
o'clock, and from 2 to 5 o'clock p.m.
Dr. H. M. Lewis, oculist and optician,
218 Main st ee, southeast corner
Adams and Main.
Sou Cols at am has returned from
St. Louis, where he has been tucoess
ful in placing large orders for his
famons Ko-Ko Tulu. iThe merchants
of Nt, Louis prononnce Colemsn'a
Ko-K.') Tulu as incontt stably superior
to a np other arlii'le of g im manufac
tured, and were qu te liberal in th ir
orders. The rrsmi is that the Ko-Ko
Tulu fscti ry is now uoaMe to maet
the dfinaid upon it. and although
duub'.e the muai number of hands aie
employed the f iotorr fa still behind
itior e s Tbii grttifying dngree of
success is the retult of judiol us snd
liberal advertising, coupled with the
production of an article in every way
equal to its adverted meriia.
HAT 8 AND CAP.
Examine goods and lesrn prices at
COHEN'S, 210 Main Street.
It AIIN ft FltEIBERG,
160, 171, 173 Main st.,cor. Poplsr.
Ureat hhoe Sale, from a Sheriff's
saie. no you wsnt Shoes for ladle,
children and mises7 Call on K.A
F. In our Gums' Departmrnt we
have Biots snd Shoes for men and
boys. Rmi mber, we tell you the
beat goods at ha'f pr'ce; nor-hoddy
ito hib. uioaaB, Uloaks, t)lomnd
Wraps. We sell you a fine Wool
Cloak for the pries you pay for a
C tt'in closk down town, flhildren'a
Cloaks and Mis es'O oaks for scho.il,
very cnei p, iroin fi up. Ladlis'
Ciiiak, from a 8 al Plush snd Bro
cade Velvet down to a 12 clonk, at
hlf pnc. Fine BUck Jttted Ohe
nille Fringe, 60u a yard. Fine
French Co set-., 85o, wcrth $1 25.
D'. Wondward's Health Corset,
8So, worth $1 6i. ixiok at our All
Wool Homespun Dre.s Goods, S5c
par yard j 40 mch Crniel's 11-lr
411 Wool Dr-w Goods, 40o; All
Wool Fine GJb-rt'a Flannel, near
ly Uo yar a v.lde, 85c. Tips, three
In a bunch, on y 10c. Fine Crne,
for veilii g, neany one yad wide,
75cperyaid. B ack Mix d Wa'r
proof, ymd snd a hai wide, fi le
p r ya-d, winh $1. All Wool
Jenrs. 40c per yaid.
f irmon's snd b m s' wear, just re
ceived frwj s la gi harkmptraln.
Ren em hi r, a', our at re you ian
Hud siyhlig aid everytJig at
ha f p:ii-c.
KtllN at Fit F.I II Hit CI,
(XOMHa OUT HI KETAIL STO la
IX OBOES TO IU
An Eaeloalve Wail, aal Bnalaieaa
mm Oaialder Hla Aaiaonarr-
aneatt la al(nrd ( Pricca.
They are cora'ng from every quarter
farmer, bankers, merchants, me-
cnanics, lowyers, aoctors, clergymen,
clerks, tradesmen, day laborer snd
parents with their cbi'dren all engr
lo rake advantage of the MAGNIFI
CENTSl'JCK OF CLOTHING, which
la aoont the same ss being GIVES
A rv a a.
Can you conceive of a more COM
PLE IE SACRIFICE than ELEGAN
MEN'eJ SUir- of everr Dnesibl
SHADE, VARIETY AND STYLE,
GOING AT 5, when the same grade
oi gooas cannot tie bought elsewhere
lor lees than Slur Then comeCOKK.
SCREW SUI1S AT$10-Dreciaelv the
same quality of garments as ars selling
in tne most moderate priced doming
houses at $20. Here are, alao, some
ALL-WOOL 6Uirs at tlO. $12 AND
$15 less thsn ONE-THIKD THEIR
SEAL VALUE. Of Winter Overcoats
the supply ta SIMPLY IMMENSE
Imagine a WARM, 8UB9TAN1IAL.
THOROUGHLY WELL MADE
OVERCOAT SELLING AT 15 bet
ter thsn any similar coat in the city at
110. iNext should be mentioned
splendid array of CHINCHILLAS,
BE4VKKH. MKLTONH, and. as
SPECIALTY, KKRHEYS no finer
Overcoat made at $12. The lowest
price for these beautiful goods In any
other eauDiisnmsnt in Memphis
would be $25. To please parents snd
s fiord them an opportunity to delight
the children, there are strong, dura-
Die, lashinnabiy cnt and hishly tin
isbed SUITS FOR BOYS at $2 50. $3
and $4, LESS THAN ONE-THIRD
THE KEGUKAK PRICES.
Remember, this MAGNIFICENT
STMJK. MUST UK BOLD I MM EDI
ATELY for CASH I and the prices, I
matter how RUINOUSLY LOW th
may bs, will not be considered for
Consequently. DONT BE BE
GUI LED INTO SPENDING YOUR
MONEY for Cmthing until you have
been to the GREAT BLUFF CITY
CLO I HI KG HOUSE, No. 259 MAIN
Dr. R. E. BcLUHOTON, surgeon
dentist, 357 Main. Telephone 708.
Lovely orange ossoma for brides,
arosses si toe women a .Exchange,
SO OO. S. Hlnson. dentist. No.
279 Man street. E. Bulger assistant.
Uaii and get a new set of teeth for $6,
G. W. Millbb 4 Co., Paten Asbestos
nre rrooi Hooters, f or durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. No. 65
Thb Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonleaad anti-periodls known. A oartala
ana aar eare for chilli. Prioa II par bou
iia. nana aiamna lor oiroman. Anv rf.
ranao fiiaa. Aaaraaa dona u. tluoxar,
Why do you pay $25 or $30 for
ready made sul's when you can go to
L. Rosenstein A Bros., 2aS Main a.reet
and 18 Jefferson street, snd'hsve a
suit made to order. A fit guaran
Thb Question of nroner food for
infsuts interests all mothers; espe
cially those unable to nurse their off
prlng. Mellin's Food porspsses all
ins requianes as a substitute lor
mothers milk, and la -highly com
manded oy tne medical laeulty of both
Europe and America,
m the Wllal
aa ( BeMaaea'a
J. If. IIlH aft Co
Who have been aelllnc Boo'a and
Shoes in Memphis for many years,
never allow themselves tobs excelled
In quantity or quality of stock. Their
large store, corner 01 Main aod Union
tree's, contains all the late and band
some styles In Boots and Shoes, which
ars lor saie at very tow prices.
the Cieela Wonder tatokla-
Haberllsg tliea Hieaiclli, SIO M (.
Fish, Beef. Mutton, and all other
good market meats, as well fa Uys
ten, can be h-td at the s'ore of V. D,
Fucha, Nos 39 snd 41 JiflersDn st-eet.
Mr. ruche is careful in fi: ins orders.
anu sends out only the begt.
Hee the Artnlraa lrudls7 at Bobln.
Tarlaroa, ibe Wild Man, nl
Haberllaa; t'etloa StcnoUa, BIO ad al.
FURNITURE AND CABFETS.
Qreatr st vsrlety,
and Lowest prices. At
MITCHELL & BRYSON'S,
308 Main street.
Knallr Laadrr. aataira'a traalaat
weeaer, mt Woplaasa'a aeaina.
BabM-UaailJallaa aileaella. BISM el,
Re taa Slnrk uf acdacialaS Caauv
Blraa at Kablaaaa'a afaaeaaa.
8. A. Godahaw, Pawnbroker,
At No. 308 Main street, desls in jewel
rv. aJvanrtAa liharallv mi n .ll.irl.
and treats his customers fair y. He
will have an auction sale Monday
night, when exoellent bargains may
na naa. ijnrAfimArf n .iiiia n n.t
ell, snd they frequently go at very
Doa't fall lo aitead blasoa'a
Far aU' I'aSarwaar a A.
Heater at RoaSJU Mala Mnat, aki
aiviaa eleaant lla aa4 lata a
naaeat at prlera far av-law Ihelr
eamprlllara. a hey in aalllaa a m av
alaa Canal's Ualr at M n a
isliiaKHl riaaael al t SO, whlea
eaaaat e atnpllraiad far loot a
Merlaa aaeda far S;i 00, wartb fa OS).
D.a't fall la rail mu aoa ibana.
Th lloMein Hull.
"Mendis," the yearling bu'l bel ant
ing to Mewrs. Ad j 4 R, scaled 1270
pounds wt.en tsken from the car
alter ten days' J luney. He is a mag
nificent animal aod well woith a viiit.
Take yaareblldraa t Kablaaaa'a
Alabama hpllnt CwhI.
P. M. PATTEItQ A IOM Ageato.
Mabet-llna I'viloa airaella.aitt Hd at.
HealhaBaardrdaadHalr fcltl a
Rvblaaan'a aar a in.
B. L0tTE.NhTr.IX A BROS.
We have made great reductions
in our dress goods department, snd
ofltr to our cuslomats special in
duiemeti to buy the most sea
onable woolen fabr'cs at prices
that are fully 0 per cent, below
present market values. We bought
largely thla Beaton, perhaps too
many of some kinds, but tbey Are
here and we intend to distribute
them, therefore have marked them
at such figures as will readily take
them off. We call eprclal atten
t'on to the items below. We ask
you to read the list carefully and
then call tomorrow if it suits your
convenience ; If not, any time
during the week will do.
25 robes in boxes. This robe con
tains 10 yards of double fold
hair lina tripe in different
shsdes, with Jeney to match.
Also Urge and small buttons
sufficient for eaoh dree. You
csnnot buy these anywhere for
less than 10.
AT 57 CENTS PER YARD,
25 pieces 54-inch ' all-wool home
spun suiting In solid colors,
myrtle green, brown, navy bine,'
gray, garnet and bronse. These
goods are actually worth $1 25
per yard. , . .
AT 77J CENTS PER YARD,
10 pieces 64-inch all-wool striped
suiting in navy blue and brown
only. Theae have been reduced
from $1 60 per jard. ,
20 pieces 54-lnch all-wool cheviot
check suitings in til the newest
colorings and mixtures. Would
be cheap at f 1 50.
On Tuesday morning we will
placs on sale our entire stock of
fine imported novelty drees pat
terns at a reduction of 40 to 50 p?r
cent. We have a magnificent stock
to choose from and the piicea will
astonish everybody. Ladies, yoa
cannot afford (this we sty in your
Interest) to. buy A. dress without
first inspecting, stfjcki qf 'fine
novelties, embractng embroidered
broadcloth suits, handsome beaded
dress patterns, plsah with beads,
stripes, plaids snd everything that
ia new, novel and stylish, and all
Or THIS SBAttWl IM-POBXAMON. ,
"' ' BS3
$16 - dres patterns , reduced
to $LP. v,
$20 dress patterns , reduced
to 112 60.
$27 60 drees patterns reduced
to $17 60.
in boxes reduced
in boxes reduced
i fcILK DEPARTMENT.
AT 77 CENT3 TER YARD,
Good quality all pure tilk satin
t roots, worth 40 per cent. more.
AT 82 J CENTS PER YARD,
Oooi quality Bjnne.'g, rbadames
(bla:k), warranted to be all
Wonderful value in extra fine dr?es
crepes fir evening wear at just
one-third of regular prices.
AT $1 35 PER YARD,
Splendid quality of black File
Fraccaise. These goods cannot
be dap ice'etl anywhere in the
city for lees f an J 2.
60 pieces black eatin Mcrveilleux,
full 22 inches wide. These are
special fine qualities and extra
weight. Same fabrlo fully
worth $2 25, but we will run
them out at tl 85 per yard.
Just reoeived per steamer Fulda
the most mignifirent invoice of
floe ostrich feather fans ever
exhibited In Memphis, consist
ing of svening snd bridal fans,
from $1 0) to f55. These will
bs on display tomorrow morn
ing at our novslty counters.
IS. LOH'KXST KIN at BROS.
NOVEMBER 14, 1886.
JAM EM C. J3EIX, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nob. 200 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TE1TO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
tW SPECIAL PRICES Ic Railroad
B. EO WEISSTEEf tz BROS.
We have just received 160 ladies'
costumes, comprising many new
and attractive novelties never
shown here before. We have now
on exhibition and sale:
New black ailk and velvet costumes
New colored ailk and velvet cos
tumes. New cloth ttilor-made costumes.
New cloth and astrakhan costumes.
New mourning costumes, crape
All of the above have been
marked at such prices aa will In
sure their speedy tale.
We also show this week an en
tirely new line of ladies' and misses'
New. Astrakhan and clo'.h short
New Astrakhan and boucls jackets.
New plush short wraps, elegantly
embroidered only a few price
$28, real value $50.
New plash Raylands, and Victor-
25 ladies' plush Newmarkets,
quilted satin linings, at $20.
25 ladies' plush Newmaikets,
finest box plusb, at $27 60.
20 ladies' corded silk Newmar
kets, silk quilted lining, $15.
25 ladies' elegant corded silk
Rucslan circulars, $18.
100 ladies' c'oth Russian circulars
$5 50 to $11.
100 new imported Newmarkets,
first purchase were $20, now $12.
100 best cloth imported Newmar
kets st $15, were $22.
An elegar.t line of Misses' snd Chil
dren's cloaks at popular prices.
1000 best Russian hair muff?, tatin
lined at 05c
Ladies' Mother Habbard percale
wrappers at $1 25.
One lot of fine French Marseilles
quilt, extra size, splendid goods
and fully worth $7 60 we will
close this lot at
All linen cream 'damask tab'e
cloths with red border, in sizes,
2 yds long st $1 60, worth $2 25.
2 yds long at $2, worth $3,
3 yds long at 2 50, worth $3 75.
All linen damask towels, knotted
fringe, red and blue borders,
s'zs 21 by 42, worth $4 50 per
dozen these we have ruaiktd
A Dually Beaart far Ladles aad
Chlldrea la BoMaiaa'a Maaeana.
When the Water Company claimed
thst it wss pumping a double quanti
ty ot water. It was ridiculed. We can
now demonstrate that we are pumping
from seven minion to eignt million
gallons of water daily. Bo great is the
wsste, our engines ran throughout the
night, at neany their day speed. At
four million gallons is sbnndant to
aupply every lesitimate demand, we
have been forced to provide dooble
pumping capacity to meet tbia crimi
nal waste. Our inspectors began in
North Memphis Fiiday, snd report
every fixture, especially clojets, open,
and water running everywhere. Of
coarse these beyond are the sufferers.
Now that we know we can pump,
under good pressure, all the water tbat
Memphis ought to uee, we must, In
justice to tbe pub ic, snd especially to
those at hliih polnis, enforce our rules
against watts, icspectors are actively
at woik, under positive orders to turn
off water where found mnnlng waste
fully. This is no ir.j unties to any one.
Trie mtn who pays fifty cents or a
dollar or two per month for wa er, has
no more right lo use $100 woith than
be has to pay his grocer for one barrel
of fliur and take a hundred barrels,
because be baa the key to sre room.
W. h. CAMERON. Baot'y.
Haberllaa rairatAliar.ila. BIO Sd al.
W aronrla( rxira ladaeenaeeta
la ear faata ta Order Oeparlaneat
jr a redaeiloa la prleee Ibat will
ataalaa the aallve. Haw ley oar
lima la have Paais made ta at a
aanall advance oa ready nade goad a.
A tail would raally eaavlaea laaaf
taefaet. A. H t.X TEB at ,
Ilaaarllnf Col taa Btaaalla, BIS td at.
II AJtBWAlSK AND r.IMTIIIiH.
anc Levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness, to
HV M a
W. H. CARROLL,
JOHN A. DK5IB.
1. W. BOHOHR,
Enstle and Crack, 0 ! Preclons
Look Wise To The Dime That
Grows In Time,
And Be Wise With The Penny
Bat Not Pennywlse.
THE DOLLAS That's what we
all strive for. Have we many or
have we few, we are all trying to get
more. In trade, in all branches of
business, in the professional walks
of life, the great aim is to secure
MONEY ! Yes, we are all striv
ing for it. But when we get it, do
we all use it wisely? '
, One way to save money is to buy
your Clothing at the Misfit Cloth
ino Parlors, 2G2 Second street
The way to spend your money
wiseley is to buy Custom-Made
Clothing when you can get it at least
30 per cent cheaper than yoa can
When offered a good suit at the
same price you have to pay for a
very ordinary suit, isn't it wisdom to
take the good suit? This is the ad
vantage of buying at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 262 Second St.
YOU AND THE TAILOR
One reason why the tailor has to
make prices so high is because he
meets with so many losses. The pa
trons of the Misfit Clothing Par
lors put into their pockets what
the tailors lose.
30 per Cent. Saved in Suits,
40 per cent. Saved in Pants,
35 per cent. Saved in Overcoats
Money Saved in Everything.
We Lighten Your Cares by Making
Be as anxious to Save as you are
to Make, and Buy at the
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
N.B. Remember, all alterations to
insure a Perfeot Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE, by First-olass Tailors I
in our Parlors.
Open evenings until 9 ; Saturdays.
Dawlled Crane, Bbrlaip,
Balnioa, Freah Caa Mackerel,
Brook Traat, Oyatera,
Haekarel la Tomato Catnap,
weet atanTcd Pick lea.
Sana Plcklea by tha cal. aad fa Jura,
Pickled Oaloaa, Hot Kcllab,
Wooater Raaee, Toatato Cataap,
Capera, BTaatard, Carry Powder,
Salad Dmalng, Olives, Ollvo Oil,
Cream Cfe' , Celery Saaaa,
Celery Kte., El.
J. F. BUGKHAM & CO
Plantation of A. Lea k Co. on Island 34
tn9 division Of an a, a Tt KAntaln. .knl
!6tX) aerea of rich bottom land i about 325
arree in oniuva.ions aeveral hundred aorei
of the t neat atook larmi, eimpleielv au
rnnnded by water, whiflh nrevanta tha aa.
.hnva anv overnnw. uin ba mtiii Ana
capa ol Itook. Aim, about 150 He.d o( Cattle,
which are in Doe onnd.tion. tnoludina aeve
ral Short-horn Durham Hull,, Cowa and
a. tiBA w , rulton, Xann.a
or W. A.GAGItiCil.,
Bo. 300 Front atraat, Mimphia. Tana.
aVU, a JSJXJAS3VJ1 O A AUiXi A a "
PAID UP CAPITAL, t t t tit t $10O,OOO
Xsaexaaet Xj.1c9. oxx X3exoasltat.
. OPEH ATPBBATS PHL 7 CCliOOK P.M.
MV H. XATZE3BER8ER, President. J. KATZEHBEBGEB, Cashier
F. MEYEU, ftec'y anil Treaa.
Ve.A'Wr mm.m mm m .
? P?f OBiTt.
J. H. BIBOOiy
A. 8. WKYERa.
. nnPTTinS ,
... aaawal aaaaa1 a ...
Ta, JtlsaolT CaaartaanaJp.
aw Oar entire atoek hai to ba aold by Jaa
nary 1, 1SH7, to Dittolre Copartnarihip
oar company retiring,
trW, oflar oor imatansa atook ear-
Good PaltHati...:.:.:;.,.. Ms-
Fine Fait Hau, New Snaps , worth U.K. 75o
Genuine Feaver Hate ...... 76
Job Lot at Bata, wrrth from tl to 12......... 26s
Beautiful Rote, all Colon r..3 tot lOo
Oatrioh Pomponi lOo
Children'! Trimmed Hata, worth 12, (or tl 00
Boya'a Cloth, Velret and Plush Capa,
worth 11 50s .
Ladiea' Trimmed Hala, worth M 12 00
Long flnmaa front ...,.... ,.,.i0o ap
OalrToh Tipi, 3 In Bunoh, from .......50o np
Biida, Wind, fanor yeathara. Feather
Bant - to.tataUdloulanaljawtrlees
aa-Don't Loia Your Chance. Remember-
Irom thla day to January 1, 1887.
aar Bridal aad Haaralaf OatOlaf.
aa-Tha flneat aaaortment of DOLLS in tha.
rllata Reihared, Faathars Cleaned, Dyad
and Curled. , . .
ruolden Hair Waah by tha Bmall or Lars
OUB SOLID BARGAINS
Have attracted (rent crawda
darlaa tbe past vteeb; many have
aat bad the ebaaee to avail them-
aelTaa al tbeae teanptlaf prlaea,
aad for Ihelr beacBt wa will eea.
tlaae tbe following barfalas
A LOT of Chlld'a Batton Shoea, Baal
and Sprint Heel, at rant and aub
aUntial, beat Philadelphia nakea,
small ataaa reduoed from 11.60 to 7S.
A LOT of Chlld'a Button Shoes, Calf and
Pebble Goat, aieea 8 to 10, reduoad
from 11.60 to (M.OO. i .
00 palra Pebble Grain Bolar-tip Sprint
Heel Batton Bhoei. litei 8 to 10, re
duoed fram 81.60 to 1)1 OS. - ,
BOO palra Hiaaaa' Pebble Grata Sprint
Heel, Solar-tip Butten Shooa, siieill
to2, reduced from t2. 00 U ISO. ,
BOO paira tame kind, with heell,' re
duoed from 82.00 to tl SO. ,
lOO palra Youthi' Calf and Grain But
ton Bhoai, nioaand atront, fully worth
82.26, alias 11 to 2, reduced to (Led.
F0R THIS WEEK ONLY!
Wa will iell our Ladiea' 81.50 Cur Kid
Button Shoei, worked buttonhole!, lateit
tyle ahapea, pointed toe and hlth heal
and common aenaa toe and low heela,
very pair warranted, lor tha low prioa
Our Men'a 83.00 Shoea are the beat in
tha land. They are made of genuine
calf akin, with aeam'eaa Tamp, well fin
ished and perfeot htung. Wa warrant
fcver ttiinjr Excellent tn Footwear, at
prioea LOWER than aluewhera.
ZlaXlIsKKIt & CO.
300 MAI.V KTKEET.
SHEA ft MCCARTHY, Froprt,
140, 143, 144 Front, Memphis.
ORB or THB LARGEST BOILER SHOPS
la tha South, and 'ha only enmpleto
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Works in the oity.
aaaaafaetarera af Heavy Plata Iraa
work of cverr daaertailoa. HDeaiaJ.
attention given to plantation work.
1 IltPOBTBS AND DIALIB 19
elans, AmsaanltloB, FlBhlnsr TacUe
ana pnorumeas' nnppiieg. ,
WHOLES A LB AND RKTAIL.
MS Mala Ntreet. Manapbla, Teaau
alannfaAtnrlB and RaoarHrirol Anna a
Specialty. Largeit Stock. Beat mortmenU.
Tnnnrt., a J TWavlaV la
Saaa, rtahlaa Taekla aad porta.
Baa's aappllaa. aar Bpaolai ananuoa
gtvea to ItABUrACTDKINS aad KM-
ni.fl van a
4ia WalH Wt ltfoanphla. Tn
J. G. SCHMIDT fit SON
inponen man umibii in mmw, ammaua
aliloa and riabln Taekla, Italiaera'
Hardwara, . lee trie belle aaMl Aa
aaaelalan lor Hotel, and Raaldanoea.BSd
StalaalraataMeiaBbla. Taaa. Kleotrla
auppllaa alwara on hand. Re pairing neatly