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EilHOAD TIE TABLE.
Bnaateelaal and Teaaaea . Trains
Boreas lollowa: New Orleana "11 "ires
eailv a 00 a.m.: leeres dailv o5i
iterdis eeenminod tion errirea dailrats.su
a.BB.l luni diljr at S: p m. Loral
treicbt errirea daily (pl Sunday) at S.si
a.m.l leTa daily (eioept Sunday) al6:15
ere. Mail train do not atop at Bug U
tions, nor Whiteheren, Born Lake, Iieibit
as a Lores.
MlMilMip IWalloy Baa la (U H. O
and T. aty.) lYmin on tbia road run ai fol
low! New Orlaana fa-t mail, daily,
at 4:S0 pm. Viek.bort eipren. oeilr,
area at VlS a.m. New Orleans fait mail,
dally, airires i:10 a.m. I Vicksbura ea
tress, daily, arrtres at5:4S H.m.
Aewurl aawaaad MlMlaslpH Tal
ler. Trains dot m follows i feat 'trie
leares at 10:00 a.m. I t)t. Load fast Ih
aeereaat:3p-ui.i Faat lina arrlres at liSO
a.m.: K. Louis faat lina errire. at KiOA t.m.
l-aaiavtlle aal tillle Trains
riora aa follow) t Faat mail arrires daily at
il5 a.m. i leeres at 10:10 p.m. i mall laayaa
daily at 10:10 a.m. arrives at 4:00 p.m.
Browntrtlle Moommolatiom leares dally'
aioept Sanday, at 650 p.m.! arrlres daily,
a oept Sunder, at" M a.m. (standard time).
ainlf atoaaa Hnni 'liy, Hprlaic
14 aaa af taphla) Tralna leare M. and
T. depot aa foLewai No. 4, Kaniaa City .1
praai, leereeet : a.m. I , No. 3. Kansas
City eipress, arriraa at SiHO p.m. No. 2,
Kansas City mail, leares at:00 p.m.l No.tl,
Kansas City mall, arriraa at : a.m. No.
. St. Louie sad Vbleaao aipraaa, laaraa at
lOO p.m.! Na. 1. St, LoaU and Chlcaao ai
praaa. arrivoa at I it6 a.m. Ia affaot Sanday,
ii ,a latMl
Maaaahia ud rtaarleetaa Tralai
OTV IOIIVWBI uruM.u wviwmm
,lly at 100 p.m. Mail and azpraai laarai
ily at W:0 a m. Bonerrille aooommoda
loa laayaa dally, exoept Bandar, at 4:40
n v J-ll t - Oat
l,B A -( vxprvw itith wnf
Cwm. UvndiprMTdUyt 1Ci30
W.m. DOnr II 1 V mwv uj uivua.iua Hill
daily, eioept Sunday, at fiS a.m.
Mesaaaia, MiraaiBBaaaa aad Atlaa-
A II 1 1 fial U n I a T I B MAWA -
follow! t No. 1 laaraa Mamphla dally at 8:4ft
t-m. I arrryM at uouy Dpnng a ai o :oa p.m
Ho. I laayaa Holly Bprinaa dally at 9:
.m., arriraa at Mamphli at lOilOa.m.t No.
I rat Mamphia daily at T:15 p.m., arriraa
at Dolly SpHnaa at 11 :45 p.m. I No. laayaa
Bollyeprinn dally at I lift a.m.. arrlyaa at
(BBhUftt:46a.m, ,
Haaapkla aaa IJttla atoak. Train!
rora aa followa (oaatral aUndard tlmali
9. 1 laaraa daily at 4: p.m.i arriraa at
Vmp.m. flD. lTWilBiIW..(
daflrlaioapt Soaday) ai l: a.m. I arriral
THE WEATHER.
Imdlaialloaa.
Jfpr Alabama : Rain; co'.dtr touiherly
vnfi thitinf to vnlnly.
' lor Mimuippi, Louitiana and Arka
tat: Sain, followd 6y (air walker;
cold wind tKiflxng to northwttUrly.
For Ttnntuft and Kentucky : Rain,
foltcmtd by fair utather in the vtittrn
portion; dtcidtdly colder windt, Mf ting to
Vttterly,
" taaraloarleal Krporl.
Havraii, Tbk., Novambar II, 1886.
Time. Bar. '.Tuur.
7:00 a.m. 30 087 410
8:00 p.m. 29 783 63 0
10:00 p.m 9 647 630
E.
8.E.
U.K.
Olondy
Uloudy
('nnt'm
Mazimam ti'mpernturf, 64.0.
Minimum tfliupriture, 4U.U.
Oiodb, 11 .m., 2.
Rainfall, 0.05.
BaUnfhJl la Cotton Belt
Kadlaa; Kavruibor IS,
Station.
M out fomry.
Fort 8m th, Ark.
Liltle Kick, Ark
Palestine Tex -
for Week
laae.
Total.
1.U8
0.47
i.eo
0 09
Memphis, Tenn
Nashville, Tnn
Lonisvtll. Ky
Oolt mbui. U. ....
Plttnl!rglV
tfro,Ui.
Cbattaiico)f, Tuna.
Savannah, Ga
JacksonTillp. Fla...
Galyraton, 1e.....
Indianpo U, Ind..
Charlo U, N. 0
Charleston, 8. 0-..
okoaia, Ga
2.17
1.00
..... 1.07
1.12
1.62
1.10
110
0 21
0.10
1.2
0.80
063
0.10
0 30
0.54
0.16
1.16
1.77
..1.92
0.70
081
0.68
MM
Atlanta, Ua
Penaoola, Via.
Mobile, Ala.
Vlckeboru, Mia'.
Haw OilenDi, La..
Sbrereport, La
Knoxville, Tenn
Cincinnati, O
CITY NEWS.
A wres'Jing mutch his been ar
ranged to roa e ofl Friday night at the
People's Tneitnr between Theodora
Qeo:g and Billy Giobs.
Ca'barine FlemiuR, colored, has
ned Mills Fltniing, o lored, for di
vorce, alleg'ng dnmrtion and failure
to provide for her auppjrt.
The ladlfts hit erne tod in the Dairy
Maids' Festival urn req iesf d to uiOHt
at the First i's'iytHii m Utiurch this
afteroo m at 2:30 o'o cck.
Lnlie'i Poruhr Monthly and The
Young Ludiet' Journal for December
were received la t n'g'it B'-d ar fer
sa'eat Miih( ir tV. The Young Laditi'
Journal is the GhriHtmtis uniuoer and
it is onuKuttlly line this ytar.
Pecsus of a ve y larpe liao
were on eihib'.t on at tbe store of
Cra'p Si 0,u on yeeteiday. 1 bey were
ra s d from plxntdd trues hy Ou . J. M.
Dockery, of Hernando, D8jto coun
ty, Misaisalppi.
Justice Tom Iloleruao.at 34 Madi
son stref t, Is acn' f r the sale of
Ben P'ley Poord's "R miaiicencei of
Sixty Ye.rj in the National M tropo
lis," a b .ok that thouUi find a place
in every well selected libiary.
MarTiage liceDPts were gran'ed
yesterday to J no. A Hall and M ss
Mary E. M Nair, J. T. Brown to Mits
E la May T. el, II. O. VanntoM ss
EmmaC Hare, I. B. Bowdfn, col
ored, to Mrs. Iiattie Webb, colored. ,
The at'ertion of tbe city authori
ties is dirtcted to (he fact that there is
no flagman at the Mississippi Avenue
railroad crossing, ana teal several
bogglfs wiihin the past wek, carry
ing ladies and children, aarrowly es
caped collision with passing trains.
At noon yesterday the cold wave
flag wai flying from ths Custom
House, altho ikh the sun was shining
ths air was balmy and a fresn cast
wind was blowing. Old Probs at
Washington u-1 granhed thesppiorch
of cold, wave within tweuty-four
hours.
J.Crawford colored, wants a divorce
from. Bailie Craafnd. colored, and
ought to have ir. Baliieaetius to lake
an inhuman delight in ectrlng the tile
out of her husband, and amuses her
self by fi.ing his c'otbes out of tbe
windjwand ama hlng the lu-rltoie.
fifco also aleepa with rocks under her
pillow and wh the humor lens her
pelts the old man wi h them. In tbe
interests of hnnuiil'y Crawlord is en
titled to that divorce.
A white man named Wm Mc
Dowell was io ind dead in Mo bed
yesterday mornn at Mikt O'N'il's
grocery, corner of Ctrulir a and Kan
Sisaveaurs. Drputy Coron-r Barry
held an inqneit civer the r mains, asd
tbe iry rei dert d s veidiet of death
from conge ti n tf the htrt. The
dead man leaves two e- w, aged re
spectivlf 13 and 15 yfa s. He was a
memb r of the MoulJro' Oriim, and
was bu :e i by thHt Htnoiiat on.
Pro'. Wionbell, of the University
of M chlgtu, will leo lire in ih siiy
on or Bbit ihe iila ii slant He is
well known among tcaniiflj menM ,
geologist L'ke Roriay j, be expounds
i he first chapter o( Q'nesri as hymn
ol creation, arri'.teo n poetic prose,
bnt, nnlika him, b e holds that there is
a perfect parallal.'iBin between thesis
dy r.l tbe O'arratiTe and six veil
marked por'a jn tbe geolonical hi
tory. Tr Wincbell adop, like
D.ma. the nebnlar hvothea s of Kaat
an. LaFlsce, and find the primtTil
fire r.isi" in the "liiht" that is
flamt" -that was first created.
PERSONAL.
CouTom Whit, cf Hernando, Miss.,
is in i he city.
H. P. Fobwood, of New York, is at
tbe Peabody.
Obn. 8am. n. Moobb, of Huotsville,
A'a., is in the city.
Cart. Ibvim Ddoak, 8upervising In
soectcr of 8team Vessels for the fcixih
District, is at the Ptabody.
Maj. William 8tablin, engineer in
charge of the levee works above
Greenville, is at tbe Peabody.
11. H. Colubb and wife celebrated
their wooden wedding at their home
in Fort Pickering yesterday afternoon.
MlSSBS CLAILIB AMD I,BTLA Mc WIL
LIAMS, of Borne, Ga , are visiting their
aunt, Mrs. J. M. Umitb, No. 227, Beale
street.
Mr. Cobbioaw will bring the famous
Free laud here next week, making
fifty hones ol his in winter quarters
at this place.
Miaa Lauba Eckbbly. who has been
absent several months, visiting rela
tives in Chicago and 8u Louis, has re
turned to the city.
Mas. GiTiAMDAUWBB, who has been
absent for the past three months, vis
iting frienda and relatives in Daven
port, Ia , has returned to the city.
B, A. Cox of Chicago. C. A. Frame
of Knoxville, R. E Craig of tit. Louis,
C. 11. Lamport sf New York and II.
O. Clambers of Philadelphia are at
the Peabody.
Misa DoRMKA Gautbbaci and Miss
Nellie Melancon, daughters of Capt.
E. O. Melancon, of New Orleans, are
in the city, on a visit to their brother,
who it known as Brother Edmund
Idelfonsus, of the Chris lian Brothers'
College.
Waliib Gbatz, the millionaire
turfman, owner of Elkwood and other
cracks wintering here, left last night
for Nsw Orleans He declares him
self highly pleased with Memphis,
both aa a city and a winter resort for
horses, and bespeaks for the- Blufl
City a brilliant future. Mr. Gratiis
the owner of a stock farm and palatial
residence at Chestnut Hill, near Phil
adelphia, and is one of tbe squtrest
men connected with the turf.
Visitors on 'Change yes!enlay: J.
V. Doniphan, Kt. Louu; Miss SC.
Gray, Brownsville, Tenn. t Mies R. H.
Anderson. Brownsville, Tenn.; CO.
Oordell, New Oleansj W. G Creu
shaw, New York) 8 H. Moore, Hunta
ville, Alt.; Koht Wilkinson, Ban An
lonlo, Tex.; J. T. Esson, Cold water,
Mib'.; J. W. Sharp. Wall Hill, Miss i
H. S. Douglas, New Orleans: H. B.
Thompwn, New Orleans; II. B.
Richardson, New Orleans; J. B.
Mooney, De Soto, Mirs.; N. M. Alrop,
Allentown, Tenn. ; Mifs Dnnka an
treaux, New Orleans; Mifs Nellie Mel
aueon, New Orleans; Bro. Edward
Idelfonsus, New Orleans.
II. LOWEN STEIN fc KB OS.
WILL CONTINUE THEIR
-GREAT-
DRESS GOODS NOVELTY 8aLE
THROUGHOUT THE WEEK.
Nothing like this a'e was ever
attempted in Memphis. Our of
ferings qiottd below are not
composed of unsalable fabric,
neither do they consist of goods
that have been carried over from
sny previous season, but they
comprise the most magnificent
assortment of Style Novelties
ever brought South, representing
all the newest and recent produc
tions of foreign manufacture, our
own direct importations.
NOTE THE QUE IT OUT
WE RATE MtDE IN PRICES.
Oar 16 Dress Patterns
Reduced to $10.
Oar f20 Dress Put'erns
Reduced to $12 60.
Oar $27 50 Dress Pa1 terns
Reduced to $17 60.
Our $40 Dress Patterns
Reduced to $25.
Our 50 Dress Patterns
Reduced to $35.
Our $25 Robes, in boxes,
Reduced to $15.
Oar $35 Robes, in boxes,
Reduced to $23.
LADIES,
If you want a Handsome, Stylish
Costume at fuly 20 per cent,
below market value, don't miaa
this opportunity.
II. LOWEKSTEIX aft DUOS.
Db. R. E. Bvlmkotom. snrveon
dentist, 357 Main. Telephone" 70S.
IIOTEL ARRIVALS.
Sailaal Hatel.
W. H. BINQI1 AM.Miiai.
Earopaan plan. Knlartd an rrfarniibad.
I'riets aoaordioa to ilaa and looa
tlon or rooma.
Mill L Stawart.Teaa Mla Wnrtbronk, Tana
Win Ro ncr", Tnn MrIiicknna Toon
F ilxan. Tenn U N Tod. I. Ill
MK Jar. Tana K C ri-miDr, Tonn
K Darnell Aw, Mill Wi Darnell, Mm
U W Daatun, Miaa II A Detton, Milt
AJMaaon, Ark Wi N VelanroD, La
Mi'i U.utreaux, La K K I nckie. Miis
J M Hawkin, Miaa T C lliokt, Ark
T Mine. Ark N M Jone, Tann
W T unl Aw, Tens A V W-(Juiro. Ill
J A rlaugnrrr, Tann W VTuinar, M'li
P T Jonaa. Mira W A Muri.hr, Tann
J W Duncan, R R JO Lynch. Ark
L Hnider, Mi T Cain. (aa
I) H Kajncir, Tann Win N Roba, Tenn
H H li, Ala T 11 Paarnx, A ak
TDVonna, T.nn O C h.ndlr, M i
R 0 ci'ror. Miaa U I. II ward, Miaa
J V Warran Tann i M Colrraan, Tann
T 'farlnr, Tann J A Ilaard. A'a
MraJT MoOreor,Ala i Sfiwajne, Mo
Mi"l McC eior, Ala J A Grant. La
JFSaele. Ala B P Walt m. Mini
K C Faulkner. Tann P O Mi (lraor. Tenn
JCDa'e. Ala W Q Aldridaa aw.Miia
1 J lliicki. Ark W J llunoh. Ark
HGVann.Ark B S R-.an.r, Mii
B H Roaner, Miaa W J Cih, Miaa
Mist L Coeb, Miaa Mri 0 L l'och, Mill
hi J ttrown, Ark J T Hayea, Ala
W W Campbell, Mill E Underwnod. Tann
J L Taliey, Tenn W Huibinm, Tann
P M Bloca Aw, Mils V W Uhodea, Tann
RRMontirninary.TennJ V Warren, Tann
MnA B Finney .TennMraS J Beebn, Tann
Mn E J BUwart.TennS J Dunn, Tann
MiaalBUwatt. Tann.
The lew Umymmo.
IARRIN0T0N, STEWART k WHITE.
PaoeaiBToaa.
f!vAB. A. knn Manarer.
Ratal 12 W w W par oay, aroordina to laea-
tiea orr"""1!
HMStona, T.nn 1 H Ztdlck. Mill
R B MoKinaey. Mlas C W MnKnlabt, Mill
W I. CnlVu li.Tuil D Caralt. Mill
AJMiion, Ark JH Bnrlng merer.OUo
w U ur.mnaw,n i I n rtniu, am
J Jarobia, MI Geo A Smith, N T
11 CVillipiue,Ua
JBCirtr.tli
W M lii. Kv
J A W hauler. NT
AOrundr. M I
T Miller, Ark
C E Brown, rk B II An demon. La
T M Hauler. Mill , J M Rma.ll, N Y
MT Turner, MX C B Dean, Ind
K O Law, Ind !hai Clay, Mo m
L R Harr a, Mo OT Rockwall. Mo
0 W Raymond, La H B Ricbardion, La
II BTbooipion.La 0 0 Cnrdilo, La.
W T Iry, La II 8 Douilaa, La
D A Hoott, MIm P Baum, Ind
C J Birdanar, Miaa K W II owe, Mlia
Wr.d.twnAiiii.Ark Mlri Banka. Ark
W P Fowler, La TP Col-mn, Min
O 0 Armitrona.Tenn Babina Kohblni, Oh'O
i II root, La J i cniiooa. La
H Wa kim, Tenn 0 R Alio-, Miu
II H Crmi. Ark J R fiwe.d. Tann
a Humphrey, Tenn M It treaerant, Tenn
J M Phillipi, Tenn N Kontaina, Jenn
II H Wmhburn, Mo J H WaUon, Mill
A Jnarder, rJt Louil F M Hopewell, Mo
W W Wood Ky W A Biiiimoni, III
0 L Robimon, Mils Mini " Lowli, Ark
OMPartee, Mill O MoGarr, Denrer
RLFowlei, Mo E T Snlliran, Mo
R J Cope. Venn B 0 Boyd, Tenn
J M Reed, Miu A S Hiepbeni, Ala
P M Pior-oe, Ala E M Youna, Kr
J M Bandorion.Ohlo Thoi Berry, 'bio
P L Wireman, Mill 8 K Jordan, Tenn
II T Jeniioo, Tenn ' T.Bimp.on. Ark
B E Pe'irdor, Ark ChaiMulford, Mo
Peabody Hotel.
0. B. GALLOWAY A CO ...PaopariToaa.
Ratal 12 W and 13 per day. aoonrdint to
laa and looation of room fipaolal
made ratal.
J N O'N.U, M!il Ike Mayer, V Y
OWAiban.Mo O A Llio, Tana
R F Lawrenoa, Mill W 0 Flynn, Trnn
U Fitaserald. Tann WTHrown.Tenn
0 J llouier, Mn T L Ueuaer, N 0
M H Ulak-ly, NY D B Jnnea. Ky
W II llecdren, Va Iraao Frank, N Y
Mn ULampher, Mo W R Wilklnion, Pa
RUCraik, Mo R A V, III
C A tram., Tenn W J Winon, N Y
H C Cbamben, Pa Jno F Harris. N Y
W (Mirlins, Mini (1 W RuMell, Mo
F Q Bi-hwar'a, Mo Geo Vaneltnar, N Y
A 3 Caaie, NY W M Price, Ark
8 Bobbin", Ohio II L Vld'herion, Mo
HPForwood. NT B P Juhnaton, N Y
J HThropihireAw.Kr T Hartwan, Ark
V Jnhnmin. Ark J J C.ivmire. Mo
T II Btuart, Mo ' J Arrinaton Aw, Kill
Mlri Arrinatnn, Miu J A Craig. Ga
WKBehanul.Ind 1 A Merrill Aw, Tana
W A Hope, Tana ' V Mengiei, Ohio
W T Iry, La R T Lamb, Tenn
DAHkeone. Ky WEBnow. Atk
V 11 Lamport, SI I Duiran, Ky
M E Tay or, Ky 3 W hharp, Mill
8 H Moore, Ark J W Bhnrp. at in
F W Carter, Ohio W 0 Kafferty, Ga
D T Hararore, Ark J Coleman, Ark
OOraifAw, NX M Bialtb. Ala
Mri Hmiih, Ale AJBmlih. Ark
J B Jaokion. Ark CBIae, Ark
BArihur.Cal C M Blood, La
JBra.a. L WP Walker, Ohio
K Vanihn, Tann W 8 Moure, Tenn
J Graham, Tena C Kirnmi Aw, Ia
BMofl.vt.8C Mri B Mofl.'t, BO
CJobDeon.HO OHmth.NY
BJaek,on,NYi JRSe.tei, Ky
M I llowall. Mo OH Hr.ttoo, Mo
C W Parle., Mill
Dwfly'a aTajropeaai Hatel.
Corner of Adami and Main itraeti. Roomi,
fiOa. Too and tl par dart Amarloan Plan.
I par day. rirni nun neiiauruni in ins
otel .1. M. in i I'M nu reaxiwitn rea-
ody Hotel), proprietor.
WMAldrloh, Md R J Maloolm, Ark
T L Robertion, Tann 0 W Cooper, Ark
W TAdami, Mo JM North, Mo
B 0 Tucker, Mo L M lainieon, Tann
C C Weloinnn, Ark J L Pennyinan, Ga
W M Andrawi, Mill J M Huraey, Ark
J Keely, In W M Tate, Ark
R R Coyne, Ark J 11 Connelr, Tex
R Jamiion, Ky TJ Allen. Ky
B Alle " , Ky H M Williami, Mill
A A Martin, Tana W 11 Cox, Mm
EL Cole. Mail F MsConnell. Mo
K 8 Johnnon, Mo N Inumin, Misi
J Crumley Aw, Ark J T ttiubly. Ga
K U Hand, Mo H Goodman, Mill
J L Cr.ia, len R F -mith, Tenn
H B Hhodof, Tenn W B R berta, Ky
J Nathan, Mlm W II llennttt. Ark
U K Morrii, Ark A B l'n Tenn
J Boar, Tenn W I. Mitobeil, Tenn
Jhe.ell, Ind L D Keia, ,Vo
.1 w Laliiwell, Mo M L Dana, Ind
TP Arnold. Ohio L 0 Arnold. Oh o
WT Hxll, Mo 1- M VViHi.mi, Te
W J Adiloway, Ark RT llenitarlun, Mm
lll'-'utherland tw.MoJ L Uoodbar, Ark
A I Uoodbar, Teen W Ooodnon. N Y
P M Mum, Tenn A A .Martin, Tenn
F Com in an iter, lenn M K Maulon, Tenn
L Hunlry, Mits C (1 Cnllini, N M
T Kenney. Tenn K 11 Kinney, III
WM Turgor, Ark C L nldrloh, Miaa
R T Cope, Mo J M Cupe, Mo
Prlil ly lloa.e,
t i n ji
(riiruivii; ' uuiuiDrvi.i iiuiei.r
Cor. Frontand Jetfernon Bli., Mempnli,Tann
4. it. rainor, t-rop r, or niohmond, va.
Transient ratal, II 50 to tl per day.
ETWhl'e, Ky JJBirrr. Tenn
R R Jobnion, La J Moffat A w. La
J A w.Mon.Ky J W Petrie. Alt
NC Cook. Ark K A Jaokion, Mill.
DCIioe, Ark C Man n, Kaa
JJUaria. Mo P F.la.tt. Mo
L Murray. Mo Mn T reinont k f, Ala
r nainajr, ay liaraion, Uhlo
PD Lark, Mo W Jnhmon k f, Ark
AMoCaw. Ark J D Bitnona. Ark
8 L York A i, Miu I) P Maaii k w, Tana
o uiaoawen, lann 4 i earr?, Jena
T B Rainer, Ky K Broad, Mini
0 II Wlliiamaon.Miu M fcaaliih, Tenn
Dura Fieldi, Ark J Crom, Ark
Mn Hadar. Miu Miu Z Coney, Ml.1
Miu Ida Coney, Mill Albert Ho wen, Ky
J G rmitb, Ua TP Me wait. Ala
J V Mo Brid., Mo TP Swift, Miai
A K Jonei. La FA Fiiilmmoni,Mo
John J Jeffenon.N Y P BU tlw, III
K B t.ranhon, Ohio I hoi A Porter, Ohio
II G Dar.nport, Ga C Y Carlo, N
G W Randolph, T.nn W G Walker, Ark
W H Down., Va T 0 Williami, Tann
M L AbbottTjjnjiRjtJIIMiM
Sinoklno; Flreplacca.
Every hnueekeeper know! some
tfiinit about the trnuhles caused by
emokirg flreplicw, which are among
ths ffrra'est nuiiances to be met witb.
Ooe of the important thin us to be at
tended to in ai homes is to see that
the trm Us are set properly, and that
the fireplaces are ooneeily bui t Mr.
N, Lemon, at 41 Oajoso street, is an
eipert at this business, and has patent
ed some arrangements that enable
him to correct smoky chimneys and
to gft the Rrta'est he.t trom the fuel.
All who want fireplaces or chimneys
temelied should spplv ti Mr. Lemon,
whose work will tUe sxtlwfactljn.
IVew Furniture I
Just received and now openings
cr load of fine Furniture, handsome
parlor suits in sot que oak, walnu',
imf, mabogany and cherry.
Chairs in a'l g'adea and styles; also
a lsrgs and hacdaome line of carpets,
ruirs, art rqawn and lace cartains.
run-hsRe s wi'l find a compu te stock
of all goods netded for housekeeping,
all of which we are glad t s'inw, and
to sell ss mar suit them, low for cash
or on easy installment-. .
O. W. FISHER,
ri3eoondltrst, tpPonUGoutttsBara.
Jingle, Jingle, Silver Dollar,
Rustle and CracV, 0! Precious
Greenback.
Lo'k ttise To The Dime That
Grows In Time,
And Be Wine With The Penny
But Not Pennj-wlse.
THE DOLLAR That's what we
all strive for. Have, we. many or
have we few, we are all trying to get
more. In trade, ia all branohes of
business, in the professional walks
of life, the great aim il to. secure
money.
MONEY 1 Yes, we are all striv
ing for it Bat when we get it, do
we all use it wisely?
One way to. save money is to bay
yoar Clothing at the Misfit Cloth
ing Parlors, 262 Second street
The way to spend your money
wiseley is to bay Castom-Made
Clothing when you can get it at least
30 per cent cheaper than you oan
buy ready-made. .
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, 2C2 Second St
YOU AND THE TAILOR
One reason why the tailor has to
make prices no high is booause he
meeU with so many losses. The pa
trons of the Misfit Clothing Par
lors put into their pockets what
the tailors lose.
30 per Cenrl Saved in Suits,
40 per centa&aved in Pants,
35 per cent. Saved in Overcoats
Money Saved -idJJvery thing.
We Lighten Your Cares by Making
Prices Light.
Be as anxious to Save as you are
to Make, and Bay at the -
MISFIT
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
N.B. Remember, all alterations to
insure a Perfeot Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE, by First-clus Tailors
in our Parlors. n
Open evenings until 9j Saturdays.
until 11. ' f
JLOUAIi JvOTlCifik.
P. M. Stanut, funeral director and
embalmer, 66 Madison street
Miss Oabrii M. Keating, pianist,
may ue iouna at ine uayoso uotei.
Lovilt orange blossoms for brides,
dresses at toe women s xcnange.
ftO OO. a Hineon. dentist. No.
279 Ma n street . B ler assistant
(Jail and get a new setoi teeth for $6,
O. W. Miller & Co., Paten Asbestos
ire 1'rool Koolers. or durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. Ho. 66
Madison street.
Ths Herbal Chill Cnre, the beet
ton loan J antl-rariodio known. A oartais
and aar onra lor otiilla. Prlcstl par bot
tle. Hand stamps lor oirouiara. Any ret
ranos (lien. Addran John 0. Hooker,
Lrnnhhert. Va.
Why do you pay $35 or $30 for
ready made sui's when you can eo to
L. Kneenslein A Bros , 2i8 Main s reet
and 18 Jtffdison ttrcot, and have a
suit made to oider. A fit guaran
teed.
Sol Coleman has returned from St.
Louis, where he bat bun successful
in plucirg large orders for his famous
Ko Ko Tulu. The merchants of Ht.
Louis p onounce Coleman's Ko-Ko
lulu aa lncootfBtaDiy cupeiior to any
other article of gum manufacture d,
and were Quite liberal in their orders.
Toe result is that the Ko Ko Tulu fac
tory is now unable to meet the de
mand opm it, and although double
the usual number of hands are em
ployed tbe factory is still behind its
orders. This ira'ifyinir dpsree of sue-
cess is the re'uit of judicious and lib
eral advertising, coupled with tbe pro
duction of an article in every' way
equal to itiadveit sed merits
ADDITIONAL BIYEltS.
Law Water at Vlcihskara;.
ViCKSBUBa. Miss., November 18.
The river here is falling an inch per
day. It now stands at oro on gov
eminent gauge. This is lower than it
has been since 1871, when it reached
this point and established a precedent
for low water mark, making riss and
fall of river at this point fifty feet
Pj bbllities are that the water will
cmiinue to recede some days yet
which will ma'eriallv lower the record
for gauge repoits at Vick.bnrg.
Trlocraaa.
Cincinnati. O .November 16 Noon
River 6 feet 6 inches on tbe gauge
and stationary. Weather warmer and
raining.
Oaiko. III.. November 16. Nisht
River 4 feet on tbe cause and station
ary. Weather cold andTa nlng. No ar
rivals or departures ot regular pacaets.
Raw Orleans, La., November 16.
Night Arrived: Henry Lourey and
bane. 8t Louis. The Lourev did
not get tfl this evening; she is await
ing orders.
LooisvrujL Ky.. November 16.
Night Kiver rising, with S feet 7
inchts in the canal and 1 foot 6 Inches
on the Mir. Weather warm and rain
inn. Budners moderate.
8t. Lons. Mo.. November 16. Night
Kivor fallen 1 10 feet, and stands
6 8 10 fet on the Baueri. Weather wet
and cool. No arrivals of regular pack
ets. Departed: D. B. Powell, Vicks-burg.
J AUKS C KI.LX, President.
IViEIVIPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nog. 200 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN
-WHOLESALE
MANUFACTURERS Aim JOBBERS
-OF-
addles.
S AI LKItY
tkW SPECIAL Pit ICES to Eallroad ant levee Contractora for Wagon, 8crapr and Cart Harness.
ZELLNER & CO
OTJIi SOLID BARGAINS
Have attracted areas erawda
dnrlna laa past weeh aaaay have
I bad the chaaeeta avail Ibeia
elvas af tbeaa teraptlaa prleea,
aad for their beaeflt wa will eaa
tlaoe the fallawlaaj baraalas
ANOTHER WEEK.
A LOT of ChUd'l Button Shoaa, Haal
and Sprins Haal, ttroac and anb
Untlal. bait Philadelphia makea,
mall iliai raduoed from $1.50 to ?S.
A LOT of ChUd'l BottoaShoai, Calf and
Pebble Goat, tttei 8 to 10H. reduced
from 11.60 to 91.00.
aoo pair, Pabbla Grain Solar-tip Spring
Heal Button Shoes, liui 8 to 10, ra
duoed (ram 11.50 to 91 OS.
BOO pain Mines' Pebble Grata Sprint
Heel, Solar-tip Button Shoe's, slseill
to 2, reduced from $2.00 to ! SO.
800 pairs same kind, with heels, re
dooed from $2.00 to 91 SO.
lOO pairs Tooths' Calf and Grala But
ton Shoe), nloe and stronr, full worth
$2 25, liiei 11 to 2, reduced to 9I.es.
FOR THIS W?EK ONLY!
We will saU our Ladles' $2.50 Cur Kid
But' on Shoes, worked buttonholes, latest
style shapes, pointed toe and high heel
and common sense toe and low heels,
every pair warran tad, for the low price
of 91.88.
Oar Men's $3.00 Shoes are the best in
the land. They are made ef genuine
oalf skin, with seam'ess vamp, well In
Ished and perfeot titling. We warrant
arery pair.
Ever1 thing Kzoellent in Footwear, at
prices L0 W R than eluewhere.
ZELMEKACO.
300 MAIN STREET.
Deviled Vraba, atari mp,
Salmon, Freab Can Haekcrel,
Sardlnee, Lobatera,
Brook Trout, Oyetere,
Haeherel la Tomato Catsup,
Sweet Staffed Pleblea,
Soar llekle by the gal. and la Jars,
Plrkled Onlone, Hot Bellah,
W ooe tor Sanee, Tomato Cataap,
Capera, Maatard, Carry Powder,
Salad Dreaalna, Ollvea, Olive Oil,
Cream Ca' see. Celery Sauce,
Celery Ct.( Ete.
eT. F. BUCKHAM fe CO
R. KUPFERSCHMIDT,
LMP0ETBR AND DEALIB IB
Qnns, AinmnnilloD, FlBblng Tackle
and Nportxraeint' Nnille8.
WHOLKHALB AND RKXAlL.
994 MhIo Ntreetj Memphle, Trnm
MannfactnrlTia and R.ralrlna nf Qnne a
Speoialty. Largeit Stock. Beatatiortment.
Frank Schumann,
Importer aad Dealer la
Unas, nehlna Taekle and Sporta.
mea'a Sappllea. ear Special atuatioa
given to MANOf ACTURINe aad Sl-
PAIRIN9. -a
4ia Main NtMHfmDhli.Tv)nB
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Importers and daaJerf la Anna, Ammn.
altlon and flahlawg Taekle, atldere'
naruwikrv, abiw.raa, aw.. wu mm'
aaaelatara for Hotels and Reiidenoee.aeo
M , ------ a-uhl- Vamb IPIuI-
supplies alwars oa hand. Re pair! a neatly
J. F. U0LST & BHO.
(BDOCSWOBa TO U. H. HOLBT k BBO.
Funeral Directors.
B1VI BCHOTBD TO)
Mo. SMi 8IC0XD ST MEMPHIS.
AJTJLL and complete stock of Wood aad
M.tallla Jaaea and Oaikata. Olnthrflnr.
ered Caskets aad Burial Uobes always ea
band, ear-orders ay telaaraol promptly
Pennyroyal Fills.
'tnHlHMTtKH KNSLI"H "
The Orlarlaal aad Oalv Hmmim
Sale and always Reliable. Beware ol worth.
! 1 Dilution.. Indbpen.able to LA It! KN.
your t.rnaaiei tor Cblhetr"a
a.aial- "and take na nthar. nr Innlnaa me
(itaonpa) to as for parUoalars in Lama by
niara nail, M . , piptu. ukl.
ebeater hemleal Cov,
axis amnaiiMra aqaan, PDIIana., ".
THAU supplied by GS0. C, GOOD Will
waoies auraaaaia neetea, at a as (
wmmmA
E.
Harness. Collars,
HABDWABE AIVD I.EATIIEK,
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL it::::: $100,OO
Xzatesz-eaat jm,3L on. Xeiooalta.
OPBB ATPBDATB aJBHa, 7 O'ClMsCai P.M.
M. H. KATZENBEB6EB, PreBTdenU T. KATZESBEE6EB, Cashier
BOAKD OP DIBECTOBS.
WAP0LK0N HILL,
W. H. CARROLL.
JOHN A. DENIK,
J. W. BOHOKR.
EDWARD MOON & OO,
C0r.llSSI0N MERCHANTS
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
NOS. 8 nd lO UNION STlaFF-T.' . - - TrfFfflTPtTlB. TEWM..
JOSEPH BfJCIABBIAH.
FADER, FRANK & CO.
Mi Mors. m urs
UKsali
294 Front WtrMl. OppowKeCnafom Honne.
R. LCOCHRAN &Co
"3 fjSS '.4SrS'?r?
ta r - '4::'MwM'-: ;rn-
si
o :
J
AW ABB PLABIBCKaniJL. BATT-TABB,
tSsors. Sasb, Blinds. Molding, Liioi:
Lath asd Shingles, Flooring, Celling and CeduFcsts,
PJ5HP1MB. . TEWIOaMCp.
P. 8. ALSTON.
ALSTON, M&URY & CO.
AfldCommisMon Merchant" Hay, Cora, OaU, Bran, Chop Ffd.OQ Meal, -Lime,
Cement, Plaster, Balldlne aad Fire Brck, Etc.
Cor. Front and ITnlon. 1
Mier.Tbornto
Cotton Factors, VhoIesale Grocers.
MANHATTAN
AND TRUST
BOARD OX
5TOLEON HILL,
iOUIS HANAl'ER,
CAZARU8 LEVY.
MICHAEL OAVIN,
THOMAS ROYI.B
JOHN V7. COCHRAN,
SOL COLEMAN.
AMHS S. ROBLNHOlf,
ear Deposits reoelrad ia sams of $1 and upward, and interest allowed on same Semi-
ftDaDaVllfe
mw We boy and sell looal Investment Bonds and Seonrlties renerallv, par taxes, aetM
trnstees, and, In seaeral, ezeonU any Onanoiai business reqairini a safe and responsible
event-
" S L,,n drft, 1,,B,.o pnrohasers, on all parts of Enrope.
aja-Wehareaoomnioons Vanltfor the deposit of valuables, whiob Is at the sarrioa el
our easterners, Free af Cnarsra.
D. F. MADDEN, President, EWD. GOLDSMITH, Tioe-Presldeat
JABPS HATH AN. ('aahilnr.
D. W. FLY.
Lateol Commaroe, Miu.
f. B. BERKON.
Lateot Coffeeville.MUs.
FLY, HEBRON HODSOi J
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
324 Front Street' iUemohia' Tann.
SBCORiTT mm
OF MEMPHIS A CAFE DEPOSIT, TRUST C0.-AND
SAVIJXTGJrS BA3XTK,
No. 4 MADISO.Y STUEET, MEMPM1M, TEMN. T
OFrioiina
R. BVDLET !TNFR, Praetdeai. W. m. WII.KVRSOPr. VlnPreMtdea.
B. J. BLACK, Caauler. WM. B eKlfTlNG, i-eUer.
BOABD OF DIBECrOBS.
B. 1. MoDOWKLL, R. DUDLEK FRAYSKk. W. A WILLIAMSON, R. J. BLACK.
A VINC1S BSPECIALLT BOLICITED. INTEBESr PAID ON BEPOSITB
THI8 INSTITUTION IS AUTH0RIZEDUNDeTtHK LAWS OF TENNESSEEl
To do jGenaraJ I Baakln. Business. Dlieoant Parer, at. To Bur and Sail Stocks, Bonds and
tooal 8eenritias. ro Rereire Dapo.iu and par INTERBSr thereon. To Inrast In SeoariUea
forBiitates, Minors, Trustees, and others. To aot as Trustee. Administrator. Eaeoutor or
Guardian, same as an Indirldoal. To act aa Keoairer for Corporations. Lit'a-anta. and ta.
aM eases of Trust. To Bur and Sail Exohanre. Also, hare e Sale Depnit Vault, wherein
Valuables of all kindi on be aafaljr kept. A Depository ot the Bute of Tanne.aee.
aa-t.piffUI .ttntion p,,d to f!nlUtnws. Patron.ire R.-ttullT Wlli-ltd.Te
(HCGCEfMOlM TO ft. L. I.F.E), JOBBERS r .
Cigars and Tobacco
875 Main Street. Opp. Court
F. METtl'i Kec'y ausd Treaa.
A. COHEN, J. H. BI80OK.
T. V. TOBfN. A. 8. MKYBRa.
nE!IRT FRaNE.
JOSEPH. FADEB
it,. M
H. H. HACKT.
Howard's Row, Memphis
COMPANY.
TH.XTsHiTEl EO.
J. e. handwkrkkk
DAVID P. HADDKN.
JAMES A. OMBKRtt.
EWD. 00LD8MITH.(
HAKDWM PURKH.
HAM HflRHON
LaU of Brooks, Naaly k Oo.
Square, Memphis, Tenn.
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