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E MEMPHI
APM
ESTABLISHED 1840.
MEMPHIS. TENN., SUNDAY, NOVEMBEU 28, liSO.
VOL. XL VI NO. 278
HP
TJE HARPfRS' PARTY
WILL PROBABLY STAT
DaYS IN MEMtniS.
TWO
0r Committee Will Endearor to
Hare Their Visit . Lengthened,
' if Fea.eble Oifier Speela'B.
U"CUt TO TH iPftAL.l
Nnr Oklkakb, La., November 27.
The ilariwia psr.y per we cay in
Mobile and will arrive btre tomorrow
' ,1 ;i i
morning, , rue uuy uouncu hbb ap
pointed a commiiUe ti meet and en'
teriain tbem. . The Cotton and Pro
dace Exchanges beld meetings this
afternoon, and tho proter committal a
were named, who will aee that tbia
city is ehown ns in ita best lipht.
Meeata. W A. Harper and W. H. In
man, jr., arrived here in advance of
the party tbfa morning acd are quar
tered at tbe fit. Charles Hotel. A com
mittee from the Memphis Merchants'
fexebange, rorrpoaed of Messrs. T. JJ,
Treievaot, Emmet L. Woodson and .
A. Keeling arrived th'S morning and
naa an interview witn them. Mr.
Harper piomised that tbe party wonld
stop one day In Memphis, possibly
two, unless c tner arrangements nave
been made by Mr. Warner since he
left him. The Memphis committee
will have a conference with Mr. War
Her tomorrow and definite arrange-
. menu will teen then be made. Mr.
Harper aays they are very moch
pressed for time and wi'l not be able
to spend as mncb time in Memphis as
they wonld like. He expressed himself
as being mncb (1 ased with his trip,
which so far baa been far more pleas
ant than, he expeo ed. Their treat
ment has been tbe most hospitable
and they left evrry place so far visited
with regret. Mr. Harpar reports
that tbe whole party are struck with
tbe remarkable prosperity of
the South, and all agree that
its natural wealth is unbounded.
He says farther, that they have
been to handsomely and continuously
entertained th-t they bave not bad
tbe time to devote to the elaboration
of tbe notes as fait as taken in proper
form for publication, and have so far
tent in only a few complete sketches
Messrs. Inman and Harper have been
shown tbia morcing some of tbe paints
of interest cf the antiquated city and
report tiemaelwamncb, entertained.
5ASHVILLE, TENS.
Jadae JTaa-daw Ntnkra Dead A Law-
alt af lutrrma Tbe Chattanooga
Hub 1 bartered.
ISFICIAL TO TBI APPEAL.
Nashville, Tenn., November 27.
Judge Jordan 8xkes died at 4:30
o'clock this morniog at his home in
this city. Judge Stokes had been in
ill health for some time. He retired
from tbe active praciice of law about
, a yeer ago, acd removed from Leba
non to this city in tbe hopes that the
change weald ben fit him. He was
born in North Carolina sixty-nine
yeais ago. He removed to Smith
county, this State, when quite young,
and engaged in the practice of law.
He afterwords formed a copartnership
with tbe Hon. Rabt. L. Carutbers, of
Lebanon. H s wife was Mies Martha
J. Fraater, who died four years ago.
. Judge Stokes leaves six children, the
Hon. Jamea P. Stokes,, Mrs. Buflord,
Jordan Storei, jr., Mrs. George
Waters, Mrs. L asie Sheets and Walter
Stokes. Judge Stokes was one of tbe
foremost and most successful attorneys
in renneeeee -
. At the time .of his death he was a
member of the Book Committee of
Methodist Epiesopal Church South
He served two terms in the State
Legislature. Tbe remains will be
taken te Lebanon at 9 o clock tomor
row mcrnirg on a special train for in
terment.
A suit that will attract much at ten
tion at tbe coming eetsion of the State
Supreme Court in this city is that of
certain new York ho tiers oi leonts
see bonds againtt the Funding Board
of the State. Ia tbia snit all classes
of bonds funilttd in 1882 under the
3, 4, 6 and 6 act. c'aimed as State tubt
proper bond', are represen'ed. The
amount involved directly or irdirectly
is abont $1,100,000. Ihe question
which the court will be called upon to
decide is whether inch bonds shall be
funded under tbe new law as ''State
debt pioper," or "Railroad bonds."
Tbe State is interested in the suit to
the amount of about $35,000, known
as an annuel interest account.
Tbe ContUi.ooga Baseball Associa
tion was In s morning granted a char
ter under tbe lavs of J ennes-ee.
The funeial of Cel. E 8. Jone, de
partment commander cf tbe Grand
Army of the Republic, will occur from
the family residence at 1 o'clock to
morrow afternoon. Services will be
conducted at the residence and at the
.National Cemeterv hv Gwiro-n H
Thomas Post No. 1, Grand Army of
. 110LLY SPRINGS, MISS.
Cards Oat for tbe Baehaaaa-Deaa
aaralaga,
IsraeiAL o vaa afpbal.1
Holli SraiNOi, Mies., November 27,
Cards are out fur tbe marriage of
Uapt. Oeorge M. liiichanan and Miss
Susie F. Dean, which will take place
on Wednesday morning next The
contracting parties have a host of
friends amorg our young people, who
will be g'ad to know that Capt. Bu
chanan 'a beaatiful home in this city is
again ornamented by one of Marshall
county's fairest daughters.
SHEFFIELD, ALA.
low Tblnn are Bonitilnr la
mluRbaoi'a KlvaU
I.Mm.l rn ... 1
Blr-
. - " a
HHimaxo, Ala., November 27.
Everything ia booming in Sheffield
since tne ratification of the furnace
trade on the 24th inntant DlMmni,
are constantly arriving and operations
in real estate are brisk. Tbe sales to
day amount to $23,000. All residences
in tbe city are occupied. Business in
all branches is looking up. Tbe
Cleveland Houae changed hands to
day, a syndicate of gentlemen from
Laguardo, Tenn., taking charge, with
propose to keep a good house.
BIRK1XUII AM." ALA.
Tbo Hea. W. n. Keller Addreeaea a
arao Aadleoee la tbe Magla
til jr.
lartaiAi, to tbb ArrBAb.1
Birmimbam, At., November 27.
Jbf Hon. W. D Kelley had a house
full of men from all classes to hear
him at the Operahonse laet night, and
he made a epacch about an hoar long,
which was very entertaining, at well
as instructive. He addressed himself
mainly to th his'ory cf American
industriee under different taiif laws,
to tbe eueet of free trade discu'sions
In theTreieary Department, and tbe
cordtirn of Amercan a compared
w tfi Ejr pn labor. Ha vai a
pi udel ti the echo whrn be sid
Cbat'anroga bdi Bi m ngbam had
come into the kdmtrtal areLa to star,
and when be eatd he ba1 fooni work
ingmeti'd wages as hih here at in tbe
r n. Mr. K.eUv aid the cent It man
with bim left for Anniaton imraedia e-
)y alter the speech
A rockmason named Put Tullyjwas
roucn aeia on the escmrj naa on tn
Ely 'on Land Company's dummy
ttr,et car line about 7 o'clock to
night, with bis bead crushed in such
a a ay that it cancot bs U Id whether
he was tun over or clubbed todfa'.b
The theory of foul play is supported
by the fact that shortly btfore, in Ihe
same neighborhood, one man was
seen to ttrike another with a plank
The railroad men say they did not run
over tbe man. Tully was employed
out on the Kansas City railroad
worka.
aUCKSOS.TENN.
Two Deatbi Mra. Hoberc Uadeey
aaa nr. jerry uray.
aPIOIAL TO THI APPBAL.
Jackson. Trnn. November 27.
Mrs. Robert Lindsey, one of our purest
and most highly esteemed ladies, and
the widow of the late lamented Robert
Lindsey. died to-day,
Mr. Jerry lira v. an old conductor
on tbe Mobile and Ohio railroad, died
at nia Dome in mis rity this morning,
HIGH POINT, If. C.
Paxtaaar Wins the Darby.
iniioa aecoaa aaa Jeaa val Jeaa
luira,
SMOUL TO TBI APPaiL.I
High Point. N. C November 27.
ins morning was frosty, brlcht and
clear. 'Towards noon the day was
warm and right for good work. The
derby was completed at noon. The
pointer stake was started in the after
noon. Jean Val Jean and Paxtaoe
were the first braes down, and they
were to compete lor nrst pia:e and
prize. Jean was very sore from the
effects of the long, severe beat
of yesterday afternoon. Paxtang
ranged a little the better in
tbe opening, but in the woods they
rargad nearly equal. Jeaa Val Jean
waa very muih better in style. Pax-
tong made four points and Jean Val
Jean made three. Paxtang won. A
couple of extra beats were run to se
leer a dog to run fnr second p'ace and
prize with Jean Val Jean. Consols-
tion was selocted. Consolation made
four points to Jean al Jean s three.
Ibe beat was a short one. Oonsol
tion won. The judges then considered
Jean val Jean the winner of third
without any further running. This
finished tbe derby. Alter luucb, five
braces of pointers were run in the
first series of the all age pointer stake,
Toe character of tbe work done rated
very inferior to that done by tbe
setter pappus in the derby. Malite
beat Sweep, Tammany beat Jetham,
Robert LeDiable beat Richmond.
Nick of Naes3 beat Flash R., Donsdot
peat v xie.
LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
Paraljaed by tbe Fallnrc ofQalaa
wrej, iae iarceai nercaauia sa
toe ataie.
lapaofAi. to eaa appbaL.1
Lrrru Rock. Ark.. Novemoer 27.
This city was fairly paralf aed lata this
aiternoon on a report getting out that
the large wholesale and retail firm of
yiinn Urey.located at Nos. 311 and
314 Main street, bad tailed. Tbe Ap
pal correspondent went at once to
their premises and found the doors
barred to tbe public Next be called
on Cirouit Clerk Brown, where it was
learned tbe papers were filed about 4
o'clock, and that Joseph Griffith,
County Treasurer of this county, bad
takei charge of the establishment as
iss'gttee. His bond, signed as it is by
tbe banking firm of Parker &
Wortben, and V. G. Foneo, tbe bard
ware merchant, is f jr $75,0C0. The
cause of the failure is said to bs too
heavy purchases made for an expect
ant large fall trade. Their total aesets
will aggregate $.50,000, flCO.000 of
which is invested in dry goods. The
firm did a large credit business, and
have open accounts due tbem of up
wards of $'0,000. A majoiity of
theee are believed to be good.
There are only four preferred
creditors Parker aud Worthen, of
Little Rook, $11,500; Latham, Alex
ander & Co , of New York, $2000; P.
W. Fairell,$3000; Fletcher Ho'a
of Little Rjck, $300-fur rent of build
ing. B.- yond this all creditors stand
on equal Rround, an d will receive a
pio rata of the amounts dus tbem.
The othor property turned in besides
the stcck of goods is a small etock of
goods at Sapington's Mill, Jefferson
county, lot 1 ia block 1, Argents,
and lot 12 in block 16, Cen
tennial addition to the city
of Little Rock. The honee is successor
to the firm of Qainn Bros, Which
failed here about three years ago, John
A. Gray, of Georgia, and Joe Quinn
pooling i heir issues and opening one
of the largest dry goods and gent's
furnishing houses In thla' aMhn M
ine Bjutnweet, Their trade, which
tbe proof says has been one of loss,
uao at tae same time Caniwrl all mm.
pernors to stand and look on at tbe
ruinously low prices at which
they have for month pionoiitoroH
goods. "Leaders of low prices," has
been their motto, and, although it has
led them to Ihe worst, the bnsiness
public will regret to learn that tbe
house has "closed for renaira." rioht
in tbe midst of the heav aii. it
is sincerely trusted that the business
wnicn complicates the firm will soon
be straightened out. and that thnv
will again announce to the world that
all adjustments have been made, and
mat mey nave enme to stay.
MOREELLTOS, ARK.
Killed oa Aeeoaat of Ellaa.
(SPBOIAL TO TBB APPBAb.l
MOKBELLTOH. Am.. NovBmher 27.
Last night, at a negro dance a few
miles in the country fiom here. Syl
vester Anthonv shot and instantly
killed John Wilson, both cnlnred.
The trouble arose over a colored girl
whom one of tbe men accompanied to
the dance. Anthony is under arrest.
This is the month when thoae
troubled with a cough should go for
Dr. Bull. Cough Syrpp.
Favor a BevlaloB la the Tartar.
Boston. Mass.. Novem w 97 AnmA
weeks ago the Qlobe sent letters of in
quiry to leading Democratic Congress
men, asking what action rnnm
should take on tbe tariff question in
tbe coming aeesion. Nearly all the
replies favor a revision rf the present
aws, tbouffb tbev diflVr m tha
means by which this ahnniH ha ac
complished.
"What's the mattnr Tnmmt.r
Papa, my po-po-pony has cu-cu cut
his foot." "Panawl don't fret, papa
has got a bottle of Salvation Oil." -
T ') i aaa aam
OUR FASUIJ. LETfER
THE LATEST STYLES FOR W0MEX
AXD CllILDUEX.
Words of Advice and Suggestion
From a Most Experienced Modiste
Colors and I rlmmlnga.
ICORilSrOKDIKCI OP TBB APPIAL.I
Nw Yobk, November 27. AI
though tLe shapes in bats and boa
nets are very numerous, and the eelec
tion in ins matter ot mtteriala very
large, the velvet capote seems still to be
the choren headgear for the majority of
our ladies, ihe general accompini.
ments and trimmiDg remain about tbe
fame aa formerly, ribbon, pom-pnns
aigrettes ana small birds beicg chiefly
worn. By the way, a novelty wh'cri
I expected wonld be very favorably
received es a novelty this eeasan has
appeared, but bas not been eo widely
rojoiced over as ita originators believed
it should be. This is tbe use of the
cat'a hesds as bonnet trimmings. The
ladies apparently do not countenance
their extended use.
A decidedly neat and jtanty house
costume, shown in the illustration, is
found with a combination of striped
and plain woolrn materials ; it bas tbe
oaeque made with a plastron, which
is almost a vest, of plain cream so rata,
shirred for a short distance at the top
and plaited the rest of the way down.
It is bordered on either side with
broad revers of velvet, which meet at
tbe point of the plstron, where a
brooch is fattened. Lace is need to
finish the velvet cuffs, as ia usual with
indoor costumes, Tbe lower Bkirt is
laid in broad plaits, being of the eame
mateiial as tbe basque, but the over
drapery is striped. It ia allowed to
fall very nearly to the end of the un.
derekirt in front, drapine- itself natur
ally, but at tbe 1, ft side, it leaves tbe
latter muy exposed. The back drap
ery Is scant
As 1 suppose our young people bave
as gooa claim to be in tbe laehion
as the mamas and elder sisters, I will
say a word this week concerning styles
for children. We pay nowadays far
more attention to the costumes of oar
children than was formerly the case,
Indeed, the models shown here for
children's dresses are very numerous
and very pretty. It ia sometimes
rather difficult for a mother to decide
what to clothe the children in when
they are of an age at which they care
very nine aoout tneir ciotning, and
appear chiefly intent anon its SDeedv
destruction I mean about four or five
years old.- A very s'mple and ia
destructible model, which is at the
same time as pretty a drees as
child can wear, is of striord
mnnei. it is made tn one piece, but
the waist is made with a short voke.
ana is garnered, xne skirt is entirely
plain, and a sash of broad ribbon is
tied loosely around tbe waist. There
is no trimmiDg, beyond a plain braid
binding at neck and wrists.
A coat for outdoor wear, intended
for a child of Ihe same age, is made
from a plain, smooth, dark blue wool
en material. A band of the same is
drawn around the wa'st. and the
skirt below is kilted. The surment ia
double brea-ted, and two rows of large
peari Duttons are la d diwn the front.
A wide, turned down collar is drawn
around the neck, and a binding of
broad white braid mav be sewn aronnd
the lower edga of the skirt and on the
callar and cuffr. O.herwiee this gar
ment is also entirely plain.
a neat suit lor a girl oi about 10
years, mads from plain woolen ma
terial, bas a plaited vest of contrastire
surah, either striped.or in some bright
eolor; tbe jacket which is drawn over
this vest is of the woolen mateiial, and
reaches considerably below the waist.
Around the vest, however, snd inside
the jacket, a broad sash is drawn,
which is bidden all the way around,
except in front, where it Is tied in a
large bow, and (he ends a' lowed lo
fa'lnearly to the bottom of the skirt.
The latter is bIfo of the woolen
material, and is kilted. Tbe collar is
Of velvet, and the enffs of the umn
have rows cf small buttons sewn upon
them.
What changes there are in the
fashions for ladies' hosiery seem to be
for the better. Tbe ugliest of tbe
striped and patterned hose shown
some time ago are dieappearing,
and the stiipes shown are for the
most part very plain, hair lines being
by far the most popular.
Ladies who do not find silk hose
the most durable (and who do 7) will
be pleased to near oi a novelty which
strengthens the part of a stocking
most liable to destruction tbe foot.
Tbis is the Introduction into a fine
silk stocking of a foot woven from
fine Sea Island cotton, which will out
wear, perhaps, three pairs of full silk
boss. "Splicing" feet and ankles of
one color to tops of another is also
popular. Tbe foot of a black stocking
is frequently white, which prevents
"crocking."
Tbe plain standard colors have suf
fered little change, except that red is
scarcely worn. Tans and similar
shades are toe most in use.and tbe pres
ent taHe seems to be very quiet, dark
colors being principally in favor, while
Elain black or white have many ad
erents. A charming variety of models for
morning wrappers, breakfast gowns,
matinees, neglige robes and other airy
costumes for wear at home during the
early part of the day, are shown at
present by all the leading houses and
modistes, as a drees of this kind is now
essential, and must be as new and
stylish in fashion and material as any
other garment in a lady's wardrobe.
One of tbe most pleasirg is in a light
soft cashmere, one of tne daintiest
materia's a lady can wear while
within doors. Behind tbis robe is
implicity itself. There ate two or
three plaiting! below (he waist, but
beyond ihia it ia entirely plain. In
f ont, however, a cream tinted vest, of
India muslin, ia loeselv bat art in t leal 1
arrauK"", winuu imibio ids waint; DS-
j i i i , . . i . . . . j
i ii milium But, j aasxii
ELEGANT CHAMBER
In Walnut, Mahogany and Antique Oak.
MSTRONG FURNITURE COMPANY,
272
Opposite Court Square.
BOSTON ART FURNITURE,
RATTAN FURNITURE,
VIENNA FURNITURE
MANTLE CABINETS
low this, the entire front of tbe ear
ment consis'a of a plaited leng h of
the same de icate material. Nowa
days the collar, even of so loose and
comfoi table a garment as thia, cannot
be otherwise than plain, straight and
higher tfcan, lor tbe sate oi strict conv
fort, would be necessary. c h. h.
PERSONAL,
K. L. Cochbak has returned to the
city.
Hinby Hurst went to 8t. Louis last
night
Ceiap weather strips at E. Wright's
paint store, no. lit naain street.
Gkohgb Lsitib, of this city, was a
visitor at Uilesville.Miss., this week
A. J. McWhirtsr, of Nashville,
Commissioner of Emigration, ia in the
city.
Miss Lacb& Pofc of Nashville
Tenn., is visiting relatives on Union
street.
A. J. Barnitt and Mr. G. T. Mor
ton, of fiipley, Mies., bave been here
on business trips this week.
A. T. Goodwin and wife have re.
turned, after rpendlng a few weeks
pleasantly in New Orleans.
Miss Rosa Rogers, of Jackson,
Trnn., In visiting; Mits Permelia Vac-
caro at Ho. 186 Vanes street.
A. 8. Babboro, a former reeident of
this city, but now a prominent mer
chant oi Arkansas City, is here on s
ViSlt.
Tin book reception at the Clara
Conway Institute naa tbe project of
tne pupus, ana tney alone sent oat
cards. Miss Conway sent none.
Col. Tom Nial. ot tbe Dverahnrir
Gazette, accompanied by h a wife, was
in the city yesterday, and with sev
eral other notables from Dyer county
took in tne opera. ,
Ir Harry Busb. formerly of New
York, will call at the Peabody Hotel
tomorrow at 3 o'clcck p.m. he will
hear something to his advantage.
' L. 4 0. Ii.
Thb Jim Glass who was fined S10
yes'erday in the Police Court for die.
orderly eononci was not me Junta a
Glass who works forCoodioff, O'iver
4 Uo., and resides at No. 166 Beais
street. s k
C. H. Lay, of Chicago, a bicycle
trick rider, is here on a visit. The
Memphis 'Cycle Club would like for
him to alve an exhibition before hia
departure, as the peiformance would
be interesting. .
Thi readeis of the Apfbal will
doubtless be pleased to learn that Mr.
W. h. CJaraeron, Becreiary of the
Memnh's Water Worke. will be re
tained by tbe new company. Mr,
Cameron is a capable, courteous and
popular officer, and has a legion of
friends.
Dennis Donnelly and Miss Mary
Leery were married last Thursday
n'ght at the residence of Mr. Dono
hue, No. 72 Johnston avenue. There
was a large attendance of friend',
presents were numerous, and the oc
casion was a happy one to all who par-
:elpated in the leaiivitie).
J. B. Rjhrbb, of Lancaster, P;,,
ill be married to Miss Jennie N.
Wincbeet r, Thursday. Doceinber 4.
Tbe wedding will lake place at the
residence cf the fathirol tbebridn.
Mr. George Winchester, on Third
etreet, the Rev. Davis Sefsums tf
hciating. Mr. and Mri. llohrer will
leave fir Lancaster, Pa., tbeir future
home, direct y aftsr tbe csremony.
Db. Aiixandir Winch ill arrived
in the city yesteidav and is the aorst
of Mrs. Carrington Maeon. He will
address the pnople this evenirar on
Science the All nf rthrlatlanitv "
tomorrow evening 'The . Lifetime of
a world," and Tuesday evening,
Evo'ution Godless T" Tickets. Bt the
book stores and at Ihe du?, corner of
Union and Second atreet", Young
Men's Hebrew Association HalL
At the Alhletio entertainment two
cloaks were misled by tbeir owners,
and one cloak waa left over unclaimed.
One is a steel plueh cl ak, handker
chief in pocket marked in full; tbe
other is seal-brown plash Dolman
(short), trimmed in light braver, fin
ished with a fringe of liebt and dark
far balls alternately. The mistakes
can be rectified by applying to Mr,
Clerke Knowlton, who bas posjets'on
of the wrap that was left over. He
can bs found at 286 Main street.
List of Shelby street ladies who re
ceive on Tuesday. It were well if
other streets would observe Ihe same
custom on other days: Mrs. Cos, Mrs.
Re Vance, M-ss Annie Jones, Mrs.
Malcolm Bemmee, Mra. Elle't, Mrs.
Boggs, Mrs. Arrlrgtun, Mrs. E.
Meacham, Mrs. Goodman and daugh
ters, Mrs. 8. P. Read, Mrs. Jefferson,
Mrs. Duval, Mrs. Prondflt, Mis.
Church, Mrs. Ppsed, Mrs. Grabam,
Mrs. Treadwell, Mies Shanks, Mrs.
John Graham, Mrs. Saunders, Miss
f aonders, Mrs. Austin, Mra. Coffin,
Mrs. Fame worth. -
Ma. W. B. Galbbbatr, who bas for
bo many years been a leading cotton
factor and commission merchant of
Memphis, has removed to .Boeton,
Mass., wbere he bas opened an office
under the firm name and style of W. B.
Galbreath & Co., cotton factors and
commission merchants, No. 75 State
etreet, corner of Kilby street, Boston,
Mass. Mr. Galbreatn was for years
one of the moet prominent factors and
among tbe very best judges of cotten
in Memphis, and in bis new location
will be in a position to advance the
Interea's of his patrons. These who
intend doing business through his
honse can riatarsored that such bad
ness will bs attended to nromDtlv aod
cate'ully, and the very btat piices for
the fleecy staple that the market
affords will ale-ays be secured. ', miet
1 1 11 111 "I
DIED.
MARKS-At midanaa. No. 81 Whla
ton itrast, Saturday, Nnvambar 27. lMftl. at
3:a0o'olo.a p.m., Rosittb Masks, agta 73
raare.
Fanaral will taka plaea from bar lata rtii
danoa thla (SUNDAY) afteraoon atSo'elook.
Friend of tha family art Invltad 'o attend.
SOUTH MKMPBTS LODOB
11S. and DKSOTO LOUOB
will niaat ia Joint uraoUl oora-
maaleatlon oa MUNDAr MUUT
Nov. !19ih. at S a'n'oak. for tha ra-
oaptlonof tha M. W. Q. M. of Tannaanea, T.
O. Morria, and work tn tba M. M, drr
Wambari of aiitar lndata and viaitlnc brtlh
ran aia fralatnallj Invllad to at'and.
Byrd.r W.f. BTONE.
W. M Foulh Mamphla Lodia No. lis.
At'ait: J. L. Ssllibs. Secretary.
By order W.J.BRoWN,
W. M. Daoto Lodra No. 299.
Attatt; O. R. PoLLAap. Bortary.
TONATUAN WOOD LODvlB No.
(J 30. K. of P. Will neat In nan-
lar oa oottlon, at th.lr C title II all, Iff
zto aiam iire.1, on biunlia v nixnt. i
Not. 2Mb, at S o'olock, to.l-otoffi.
ori fnr the anaalni term. Vlalting
KnlKbU Iralernally loviiea.
Br order H. H0K0TIR, CO.
AttMt: J. ffimii K.ol Hi and 8.
SOUTHERN BIVOUAC
FOR DBCKMBBR,
READY DECEMBER
let.
Will contain (be firt inatallment of the pa
rem relatlni to tha
Sorlhwratorm Camaplrarj-Fu'l of His
torical In tar ail ana peraonal ailvanlure
VnpnbllahrX Lellra From Jrnr.
ao Belatins to vnblle matlera and
feilarea of hi la Virginia a hundred
ycara aio.
Live Hlooia In Kenfnclijr-A sfrlea of
papera tranim tbe lenreta of tbe trotter,
and dtao'ibini tbe prinoiplea on whioa
he hn been develoiied. Other aapara
oombine to make it a Brilliant Nuuhib.
Single Nnmbara, 20o; Nix ftioatha. Ill One
Tear, 12. For laie ky Newidealeara, or by
mail. Addreaa,
Aonhrai Ulvoaiae, lHnlvllli, Kr.
AHD
Most Elegant Selection
or .
(DIRECT)
And American Production of
B&" Our Rclccdoii oomprlHen
Elogant Stj les (of i lie Latent)
and BENT Makers, Foreign
ituri Domcidc.
fPaTOiir Ooodiaare Imported
1IKECT, through OUIt Cum-
torn House.
nrftOL
Practical Planomalxcn
'1 Baiara:
ad Bopalawra r Plaaoa, Oraana,
And Muiloal Initramanta Otaarallr.
SS7 MAIS BTM MEMPHIS.
Ma. t Now Baadj.
CONNOISSEUR
MKW 1TXTTHTRATRD QrAKTEIiLf
AKT MAUAZLNIC
Pnbliahed by BaJUCT, Bania A Bioni.t.Jewelrra
O N LY 50 Cta. A YE AR.'de"ta
Oupiee.loCta. FUlaaapoclalBeld.wllhnorttaL
MEUC1IANT TAILOIt,
Claaalas, Dyclnc a Mcpalrias,
No. 17 W, Gov it Btbbbt.
foora aai. 3Jioixoi.
COAJLJ
Wholosalo and Retail.
P.Ll.Paltersun&Co
Z7H Necond Street.
DK. R. L. LASKI,
rtijalclan, Margooa sad Acconcher
RKSIDENC8 AND OrtlOI.
343 Main Mtreet, Near Union,
Tela pa one. Bo.. Mi. rrAVB
lie Laif st
IMPORTED
WW.
mm
SUITS.IBEAUTIFUL
Latest .Tapestry, Plusand Velours Colorin;s.
WALNUT, MAHOGANY and ANTIQUE OAK
PILLAR EXTENSION TABLE,
CIIEFFONIERS,
' BOOKCASES, ETC., ETC.
NEW YORK LIFE'S RECORD
HISJ 188S.
t
total New Bnsiness Greater than the total new business of All
Other Companies now represented tn Memphis Combined.
Increase in Surplus more than twice the total Increase ot.
surplus ot all other Companies now represented in Memphis.
GILBERT RAIIJE, 7 GENERAL AGENT.
J. F. WALKER, : : SPECIAL AGENT.
Boom No, 1. Cotton Exchange HuHding. Memphis, Tennessee
o)nnfppif
5) o kUlH .
AT COST, FOK TIIIKTY 1AYS, (o make room Tor Spring
Slock. One l;t 0en ftiiKitief. aultable Tor eountrj' tixe.
OCB OWN MANUFACTURE, and fully Kiiiirunteed.
Lilly Carriage Co.
325 Second Slreot. Mompliiaa Tenn. .
0WJ1.HBS3&CO
- n
5 Car-load Nteel IVallia,
. 3 Car-loud NanU and tiodm,
1 Car-load Larrt,IIantH and taimaKe. ; -a
Carloadai Atucrlean fiardlnea.
1 Carlad New HatMtn,
1 Car-load New Nalmon,
1 Carlond California Canned FrnJt, .
10 Car-load ToiuatoeaC IeeUe,CoriJi,EIJ
1 Car-load Atinore' Mince Meat, ...
9 Car-loads New York llnrlawbeat,
9 Carload llKleet, Krant aud Itarrel Fickle?-
a Car-load Milter Moon Cream Clieeate,
M 'nr-loadn Yira;inla Peanut,
si Car-loads Fire Crackera and Fireworks,
il Car-loada Nulaj and Cnrrantu,
3 Car-loads Flue Ilananaa,
5 Car-loads Hed lien DavlH Apialea,
8 Car-loada Freak Fancy Caudlei.
1 Car.load Oaluiral. Oracked tVliAAt. V.tn..
And a complete assortment
or i ue special uno oi a.ouniry nercuanis.
mrtsend for a lrlce-Llsl.-a
Oliver, Finnic
WnOLESALB
try Goods, Notions, Hosbry
AND-
GEIJTLELEirS FDIUilSIIIIIG GO0B3,
Vom. 8SS and S38 Mala St MexapItla.rTarBA.
ErT?rVTfl7rfa7a a!?f V1! "MM AMM aT
TiT. Co.1 PUIdg, DrtllA, Hkeetfif, Blfrtlsf,
8. GrABAY,
Agent and Commission Merchant and Wnolesals Dealer.
naTini purchd the entire Itook of llnnrr
iiiina oi nujTCR.
or. aurnltare, waoenaware, iinware anu uouaoouiu immiu ui
will tell cbeuiwr man ny omer Home in me 0117
P.B.-AI
We ban
All klnda New and Second-hand Storea and Machinery fnr jalenheap.
y all klnda of Rum and all iradaa of Cotton, Iron, Monef, llidna, Fura, Matala and
all kind, of Rum and all aradaa of
Featha'a. Hlgheat t'anh Prloea l'ald and Prompt Returna Made on all iouOh tonsiitoea 10
me. lOOO loua Old IroaX WaaleO. ,(rret)ondenoa lollolted. aaa rrioe
aentoniappllcatlon.; UH ..Bfja. laMSfc
71UW1I1 anal Il.t Wlieiuy Mri'ft anal hi iiraif waa-ya-i.
7. B, GALBREATH &C0,
Cotton Factor8& Commission Morcliants,
75 state street, uor.
030lSt030L
And Commission Merchants,
ITaMt. 84 and SO IgIaoiCtrcct, IiaF
PARLOR SWTS!
A. I. Ai:nNTIIOX, Mnnager.
3
,JI
of Staple and Fancy Grocc-
"3.
-" -it
Peren, M Bnale itra, at a low Hat
are, oon-
e 1
41, we)
flive ui a caII.
iTe u a can
1 Machinery fnr aalenhaai
Cotton, Iron, Monef, llid-ia, Fura
Llat
Kiioy, aua i un, roMaa.i
tSLOtOITC
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