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lomphii at 8:46 a.m.
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m. fn nam iMfiivai lunin tiinvi
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Sti4aa.m. Wo. nrral.BW laavai nopvnviu
ally (axo.pt SudM)ai8i a.m.1 arrival
Pgr Alabama and iliuiulpyi: Orn
trallffak weather; cooler; westerly wind.,
tkfiitig to twttoectterly.
For Temmret Fair weather; colder;
For Arkantat: Fair weatlier; colder;
northerly winfo, with cold wave.
' The MiuitrippiA river will confirm to
r 4c itaiity below Cairo; the Ohio river will
begin to fall $low1y ; Out other riven will
ontinut to fall.tlowly.
0 bMTVir. Mem i hilt
Holat cold wave signal. The hm
porature will probably lall from 12 to
8 0 daring the next twenty-four hnwe,
Hiaraii. T., November 30, ISfMt.
39 8 tft
Maxlmam teinperature, 60.
Minlinnm tumperature, 43.
Otone, 11a.m., 1.
BaJntall la Cataaa BeU for
KaUlac flovember, 14.
Oharle te. N. 0
Charleston, 8. 0,
Cedar JEya, Fl-.
Peniacola, Fla. MM !
Fort Sm th. Ark 0 47
Little Rick, Ark 2.3
Galveston, Tex.. 013
Palestine, Tex 0.79
Chattanooga. Tenn 3 63
Knoxville, Tenn .....4.23
Memphis, Tenn .4.22
Nashville, Tenn 2.68
Loniaville, Ky 1.44
IndUnftpo'K Ind ....0 74
Cincinnati, 0 1.42
Oolrmbni, 0.......M .....1.5;
Plttalnrg, p l.'JH
Cairo, 111 2.25
One thousand tors ol steel mils
were reeflved yes'erday for the Mis
sissippi and Tennessee railroad,
Dr. Winchell will lecture at the
Clara Couwsy Inetitu'e this afternoon
at 2 o'clock, on the "Reign of Ics."
The Factors' Fire Insurance Com
pany, of Memphis, are intereitteh to
the extent of $.500 in the Duluth are.
In the Probate Cjnrt yerterday
ohn Loseue was annnintea adaiinin-
trator of Alex Wa-d and Roscoe Field
tdminHfrator of W. O. Allen.
TLnMnm ftni.1 I. Hi- t. d n.AMI.Un
i B S5o editious: also a freah supply of
Mrs. Walvortb's iSew Man ai Kou
mere, at Mansfjrd's, 21)8 Mala street.
The Jury la tbe rases of O, II,
Allen, alies R. G. Anlt. and T. A,
1 I, I , ... 1 1 ! ,.
Arnoia,cuargeu wua strung a vaua
came to an agreement yesterday, and
declared them not guilty.
0. n. Ley, the trick and fancy bl-
0 ycle rider, will ride on one wheel
down Main street at 3 o'clock this
afternoon. I; will truly be a wonder.
nl feat and woith seeing. At night
; be will aive an exhibition at the
. kating Rink.
Chancellor E lett granted an at-
.itchment this morning against tbe
kuilking on Qayoto street known as
Kthe "Mansion,'' at tbe suit of John
. Kaetner, who claims S38 17, with in-
. terest i)m Msy 16th last, for laying a
stone pavement in front of the house.
Tbe owner is W, L. Duff, now a real-
. dent of Illinois.
In the damage suits In the Unite!
States Ciicmt Oou't a.alnst the Kan
sas City Railroad Company by tbe
u. owneisof property on i tree's tiavemd
by ths mad tbe statute of limitations
was plf aled in abatement. The canrt
- held the eU nte of limitations did not
' apply, and fixed the ca es for trial on
the second M tdy in Jannary.
The Criminal Court Is engaged in
i the tril of Oliver Bowden, a very
' black man, charged with committing
-a erimioal aesanlt npon a modest
looking colored girl, of h lght com-
- plexion, earned Hat'ie West. Tbe
trial will be conilnued today. Bow-
' den, who was out on bond, was re
, manded back to jail without ball.
Marriage licenses were Issued yes
terday to the fallowing named partiei:
. W- H. Coleman and Mine Pbcehe iiob
incon, ro'o eit. John M. Millen and
Miss Pauline V. Wood, tlbarlet Ivory
uumin i urn tJtyw, oiorea, Joan
F. rdkington and Mies Margaret
O'Ojnnellf, Onlly .Mayweather and
. Miss Mill nt OAe, W. 8. Mathews
ad Mia. W. Kolan.
Tlie alarm i t fire from hx No. 15
at 0 o'clock yeWrd'y mori'lnv was
aarwed by a fjre at Na, 14 MKinley
Mtitmm Oxkw nftil. arrival at lt4& a
,. Lo ail and Okirico twtf,
4i00 p.m. I Ma. 1. bt. Unta and 0
street. Tha , .
owned b rttse,on torrlrum,
pled br J tce D.niels nd ocu
dwtroy Hr:fc- GrehaD, n totally
nrr 1 Mr. G'han hold, aa in-
$5(K . YjHey Prir' ""c!?' ,ot,
th a Haifinea Nit. 8 and 3 la d cnt
..I- h t tlirv were nnab! to
ml water (rum the fire plu(?5. 1
--Depnty Co'oner Barry ywiieiuay
held an tnqneet on the toay 01
colored girl named Keimca or m, ,
died from the tfl'a ol barnaf.
ried Monday c!iht at h-r bo-e,
No. 30 Marshall aentie. one bu
ventured too mar the nreniy g.,d
her clothing be Inn lRn'l'.r' eh" was
revere'y burned before 'A. flame,
oinld be pxtintoished. Uhe lingered
on il ytcrdy morning, wnen Ut aia
relieved her ot all poin.
MuMPana Louoi Kn. 6, E. of P.,
will elect otBceii tonight.
Cheat weather itripi at E. Wright's
paint store, No. 414 Main street.
Mfia. Richabd II. Au.au, ol New
York, is in the city, and stopping at
the residence ol Thos. 11. Allen.
Tbb Rev. 8, A. Pnai, his returned
to the city, and will conduct fie ser
vice tonight at the First Methodist
Attbhb the Central Baptist Cbnrch
concert at the Young Men's Hebrew
Association Hall Thaiaday night, De
Fnar SiciTW i Ark.) Tribune: IMr.
"Not fleet, a popular knight ol the roid,
hailing from Memphis, will eat turkey
today at tne JUeurana.
Charleston (Mi ) New$: Miss May
Faaow, ol Memphis, Tenn., a b'auti
fal and accomplished vonng lady, is
vlsiticK relatives at the Cbarleston
Tirton (Tenn.) Record: JndgsSom-
en, chanceuor ol law oiviaion,
quite ill with flax at Dyersburg, and
bis physicians and friends are nneasy
TirroM (Tenn.) .Record: T. W. Green
has been in Memphis and Brownsville
locking after the dfd. Miss Miry
Allison ar,d Brady White have been
visiting in Memphis this week.
Ki plit (Tenn.) Entfrprite : Col. W.
A. Gge, senior member of tbe firm
of W. A. Gage 6 Co., coltoa factors,
Memphis, 'Jean., was mix:ng with his
legion friends in Ripley last week.
Tbb Ltdiee' Aid Society of the
Geoigia Btreet Metbodist Church will
bave a rosette entertainment at the
cbnrch this evening for the benefit
ot the church. Admission free. All
A kmiptiom will be given Friday
evening next at the residence nf Mrs.
Walter A Goodman in honor of Mipses
Lucy and Sarah Wool! lk, of Lexing
ton, Ky , and Mis J Norma Goodman
ol th s city.
BaBDis(Miss ) Reporters An excur
sion t aia from Yus o City passed np
tha road to Memphis vrsterdav after
noon. The excursionists dinfd here
and we will underwrite that they got
a good dinner at Blake's.
Sabdis Reporter: Sr. J. 0. Arm
s'roog, Mr. and Mrs. Lacey, snd Mr.
Eugene and Miss Bailie Williams vis
ited Memphis this week. Mr. Louis
Rosenthal, of Memphis, is in town to
dsy, ta'king. cigars and tobacco.
Vittobs on 'Change yesterday : J.
L. Driver, jr, Osceola, Ark.; E. D.
Smith, Philadelphia; W. T. Thomp
son, Arkansas; Miss Caroline DvL,
New York ; Miss Kate 8aunders, city ;
B. G. Brown, city; E. Schumacher,
New York; O. O. Allen, Covington,
Mo.; Mrs. Msria Psrhim, Mrs. Lucy
Armiatead, Bolivar, Tenn.
The Mew Bteaapbl Taaater.
Tonight will be the last performance
of the Brook. Tomorrow (Thu'eday)
n'ght the company will do tbe xxtim
intnj; Bird, announced as a three act
farcical eomedy expresily written for
the Troubadmra. Toe cast will con
tain three or fonr more people, and
tbe play ia prouounced remarkably
Bicycle Bldlac at the Park.
Prof. O. II. Ley, of Chicago, one of
the best bicycle lidars in the world,
will aive a performance at the Skating
R nk this evening. His fets on (hat
popular vehicle are described as won
deiful, and are everywhere received
with enthuriram. He will donMees
a'trkct a lerge crowd. Among oiher
things be will do wi I he balancing the
hicyc e on cliairs ai.d tiding a Dingle
tXgy wne i.
8. E. J ihrfson deed to Ma 8. Booker,
2 ft e'. Of the snath eide cil lot 8. Mo
Kinney's suhdivhlon, by a depth ol
13 left: oonaiiieration. ou
Hiiah L. Olirk et al to Sarah A.
Price, lot 22, Brown and Lmu'a snb-
divieioo, Davie avenue j consideration,
LOCAL N OTIUE&a
P. M. Stanlbt, funeral director and
embaimer, oo Maxiison street.
Mihs Cabbib M, Kxatino, pianist,
may be loanil at the Uayoeo Hotel.
Lovblt orange blossoms for brides'
dresses at the Women's Exchange.
Calvary Church choir will sing at
the Central Bapt s' Church concert at
the Young Men s Hebrew Asaocia'ion
Hall Thuruday night. Admiaeion,60c.
G. W. MillsbACo , PatentAsbetos
Fire Proof Kjolers. tor durability,
1 .. .1 I IT 1 I ...
vifuniuu VJ UUIIO. urou UU WlfUU, kill,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. No. 66
T&b Herbal Chill Cure, tha beat
tonlaand antl-ttarlodlo knows. A aartala
and lara .ora for chilli. PrloaU par bot
tle. Band itampl for olroolan. Any raf-
araaoa nxeB, Addraii Joha 0. Aaekar,
War do you pay 125 or $30 tor
ready made suits when you can go to
L. Risenetein A Bros., 2o8 Main s reet
and 18 JeOeison street, and have I
suit made to Older. A fit gnaran
Tbb question ot a proper food for
infants interests all mothers; eflpe
rally those unable to nurse their on-
fpring. Mellln's Food Dowsses all
toe requisites as a substitute for
niothera1 miU. and is hlahly com'
mended by the medical faculty of both
Europe ana America.
A Veded Cling.
Miss Gaahlnnton Ohl Mr. Nlce'el
low, you n.ust corns to our fair. It's
for the bent fit of the heathen, you
Mr. N'cefellow Are tha bea'hen in
any great stress Jtst at present?
"Wny.how btatt'easyoaaret Don't
you know winter is ooml ig on and
ihey don't even know how to make
wo ln coth'sT''
"But Ihey live where the thermom
eter marks 160 in the shade all win
ter." '"Pa they? Toof thing I Well, we'll
nerd th mor ev f r lanj and Kc-Ko
MEaiPIHSDAT APPEAL "WEDNESDAY
Tbb Ohio wi 1 1
am here on Friday
U B. EaeEell U ber
Tub Br tgeya gfatft lpft !agt niaht
for Cin')nDgll with jono bliM oJ cot.
on .40 car whee's and a good lot of
Tea Helena, from New Orleans,
Votigtit 11,38) packagee of freight, in-
C DdiDgiuail sscxs ot cjttac seej.
Sbeputtfl ber fieightat the font of
Union street, and returned to New
O. leans last dIkU 8he has engage
ments below suflkieiit to fill her out.
Tbb Chickasaw brought out of
White river 1141 bales ol cotton. She
reehipped 268 ba'es at tbe month, put
off 10 bales at Helena, and brought
the balance to this piit.
Thb Gulden Rale, from Cindnnati,
drawing 6 feet, and with ab"ut 1000
tons ol freight, pased to New Or
leans yesterday morning. Sne did
nothing of interest here.
Tbb tags Sharley Butler, Perry and
Ida, whose arrival was mentioned in
yesterday's ArriAL, left yesterday
morning. The Butler goes to Morgan
City, while tbe otners go to iionua.
Tbb Iron Duke arrived yesterday
morning from Pittsburg with two
barges containing 1000 tons of steel
rails for tbe Mississippi and Tennessee
railroad. The Iron Dake went back
nnthe river yesterday evening and bal
in tow the barge rank several weeks
ago by tbe city of Natchea, and which
was raised by Diver James Moore.
The barge will be placed on the docks
at Mound Uity.
Tbb steamer IL A. Tyler, recently
Durcbased at Bt. Louis by Capt B. W.
Marston. arrived yesterday evening
from St. Louis snd has on board about
400 tons ol miscellaneous freight for
points on Red river. Capt Marston is
a planter on Red river and being, as
he says, "tired of the pool line
steamers," he hied bimeelf to St.
Louis, purchased tbe Tyler and will
ma ber In the New Orleans and Red
river trade as one of tbe packets com'
rjosins the "Farmers Alliance Steam
boat Line." After the purchase of
the Tyler Capt. Marston spp'ied to
tbe Department at Washington per
mission to change tbe name of the
steamer. A dispatch received by him
last niaht stated that his request had
been granted and that tbe neceesary
papers would bs here this morning,
giving him authority to change the
rame of the H. A. Tyler to that of G.
W. S.'ntell, who is a prominent cotton
man of flew Orleans.
List of snags removed by the
United States snagboat J.N. Macomb,
Cant. Frank M. Cayton, batween Mem'
flUIB, IVUU.I a 1111 UIDruvillc, luins.,
rora No. 2d to 27th, inclusive, under
the supervision ol Mat A. M. Miller.
Corps ol Engineers, Unitad States
Army: One at President's Island, 2 at
Dr. Fleece's. 1 at Horn Lake. 6 at Sil
ver Rest. 2 at Cow Island. 29 in Oiw
Is'and bend, 1 at Cat Inland, 2 at De
soto Front. 5 at Star Landing, 3 at
Polk's. 8 at Commerce ijindiog, Vi a
Dr. Peters's. 1 at Ashley Point, 3 at
Mhoon'sS in Bordeaux, 8 at Rosalie,
2 at Hardin's Point, 1 at Soip Inland
6 at Ha'bert's. 4 at 8t. Francis Island
1 at month of St. r rancis, 5 at rrairie
Point, 1 at Island 60, 1 at Trotter's
Point, 2 at Pillow's, 1 at Montezuma, 3
at F'iars Point, 1 at Kangaioo Point,
1 at Horse Shoe, 12 at Miller's Point, 8
at Island 62. 30 at Island 63. 2 at
Hoghey's, 8 at Island 64, 1 in bend of
Island 66, 1 at Sunflower, 1 at New
Hope, 2 at Lake Charles, 1 at Ander
son's, 5 at Island 68, 28 in chute ol Isl
and 68, 1 at Knowlson's, l at Ben rye,
1 in Concordia bend, 3 at Frawley's, 1
in ScubgraBS bend, 4 at Victoria, 4 at
Riverton, in Monterey bend, 2 at
Island 78, 3 at Bolivar, 6 at Catfish
towbead, 1 at Wilkinson's, 1 in Choc
taw bend. 2 in Yellow bend, 1 in
Georgetown bend, 1 in Rowdy bend,
and 1 at Point Cooafort; total, .38,
Cinoish ati. O..November 30. Night
River 28 feet 6 lnohes on the gauge
and falling. Weather fair and cool.
PrrMBCRO, PA.,November 30 Night
River 7 feet 4 inches on the gauge
and falling. Weather cold, wilh rain
Cairo, III., Novembor 30. Night
River 23 leet 9 inches on the gauge
and rising. Weather clear and co d
No arrivals or departures of regular
VicxenuBO, Miaa., November 30.
Nigiit Arrived: City of Vicksburg,
8U Louis. Departed: City of provi
denoe, St. Louis; the new t tea oner
O.lver Be roe, New Orleans.
LocurviLLB, Kt., November 30.
Niiht River station aiy, with 11 feot
inches in the canal ano 9 fet 2 inches
on the falls. Business dull. Weather
cloudy and warmer. Arrived : Hornet
and tow, Cincinnati. Departed: Uor
net, 8. L. Wo id and Silas P. Ooe with
tows, New Orleans
The Onlj Daylight Trip
To 8L Lols is via the Chefapeake and
Ohic route. Ltave Memphis daily at
9:30 o'clock a.m. and arrive at St,
Louis at 9:55 p.m. Quickest time pn
record. Same train an Ives at ChlcR
at 7:20 o'clock next morning, three
hours and a ball ahead of other lines,
Throcgh sleeper to St. Louis oa train
leaving at 5:80 p.m. Ticket offiji
under Peabody Ho'el.
John Walah, Kentnck j Coal
At wholesale to dealers, 271 cents per
barrel. Corner Front and Market
streets. Telephone No. 760.
For pretty hats, bonnets and hair
goods has been very ac'lve during the
fall. Lavigne, in Odd Fellows' Build
log, carries a large stock ol tue best,
Dyeing and Cleaning.
Ladies and gents' clothes cleaned
or dved in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Kelgei, 08 jeuerson street, Meru'
phis, Tenn. Goods recedvad by express.
Subscribe for the "Appeal."
A Druggist' Mory.
Mr. lease C. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg. N. Y writes us: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross et Dr. William Hall's Balsam for
the Lungs. 1 can ssy ol it wbat
cannot aay of any other medicine.
bave never heard a customer speak ot
it but to praise Its virtues in the big
est manner. I have recommended
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with tbe happiest eflects. I
have used it in my own family for
manv vaara: in fact, always nave
lot tie In tha medicine cloeet ready for
Bootlier at hiuid. It is tlo only snfo
medicine yet made thiit will remove
all infantiio disorders. It contains w
OjHum or Morphino, but t''ve. the olilld
natural eaerta pain. IVioo 25 ccuut.
Ta Uraad Mailer af JHaiaua Tuom aa
A complimentary hanquet was
yen last night at ths Ciyoeo Hotel
by the Masjnic fratirnuy to Most
Worry loos. MOftu; uracu airier
of fie Mieons'fOr Tennecaee. lheoc
rashn wus a mM et j ijaMe one, and
pa ticipateo in py a lar:e oniuo
our ItUO cii.teus. Anwng iww
M. W.. T. O. forrii, O. W. Tin-re;
I. W., M. T. Wi liainion.d. J. VV.I
I. W.. W. H. Mo ror, U. J I
M. B. lorrey, Nanhllio: V
r. V. T. Porter, R. n. Btose, .
1, J. Brown,' Alrok AllnoB,
. H.bom, ' Cli Loop, '
1). B. tui aa, , Ben Biofham,'
UarKe, . , y..n.r.am
M. KmeT. JoeB'B-e.
II. J. Lfon, Bub r. rrlos.
JH. trake, .. u. d. jui, j-
Aad maByotaert." ,
onritr. itranath and wholeomonai. ; Mora
aooBomioal than tha ordinary kinds,, ana
annot b lold in oompetiuon wita invmui
titode of low toat. ihort weight aiam ar
phoalhata powderi. Bot.n oklV IH oaS,
HVIA1. cum"" run i"VTv V. i.
11 Wall utrnet. New York.
ZELLNER & 00
Boots and Shoes.
A Dlaerlmlnatlag Pnblle are
4)alck to Diseaver Where 1.0 w
Prleea Actually Prevail.
. i i 1 '
avsr Eneonrat .1 by largely ..laoreaied
alN over th. previom yoata, w will
continu. to tall oar Boots and Shoei
low.r than any hooie Id, .th., f ily foi
Ilk. soallty, and afford th. opportunity
te a.l.ot from on. of th. lars.it ana
moat varied atoolu la the United States.
Oar Lad lew1 $ Kid Bottom Bboea,
war bed kattoa boles, eaaaatlM
Oar Cbildrea'a sad !' Stroast
Be boot Hboes, rrona'fl adiward,
beat aay tblag la Itae anarbet. ,
Oar Ceaalae .Cair Hen'a Jboa.
aeaoiieaa ramyt, at IS. la . all
tylea aad abapes, arc tb beat
in tbe world I
Reduction in Prices
On .vary thing in our establishment. Wa
ar. crowded with gooda, and nut' work
them off before the leaion oloies, .
C0MK EARLY. BEFORE THE RUSH I
ZEIYL.NEII & CO.'
300 MAIN hTHEET.
J. F. U0LST & BUG.
(8UOCltBSOB8 TO v. H. H0L8T A BROJ
HAVl BEHOVtD TO
Mo. 3301 SECOND ST., MEMPHIS
A' yULIi and eompl.ta itook of Wood and
XX Slauilis vJai.1 and lnHHJ, Uloih-C'ev.
ara Uaiketi and uunai tlobai alwayi o
nnd. aar Urdars by teiacrapa prompt:
aVEHNMKN'T LEVER WOHK to tat
y qnaiititiri to luit ouiflti, at Plum Foln
Maaoh. ielood natarlal, rood prioea, prompt
y. APbly to jooliW uowan 4
phii.orowt,rw.v J. 8. Moll')
CURTIS & GO
817 and 810
XT 43 .1 Ca
V ma iculTTI
auirr acTtniBHS or
10C0ERS' & RAFTERL'i.P.VJtLL'Jt
SAW AND PIANINO MILL SUPPLIE
3-WRITH! rOR C A T A LOCIMC'
Importar aad Dealer ta
Baaa, rteblaa Tackle aad n porta
tnca'a Bappllca. ow Bpaolal attaatloa
given to MANUT AOlURINa and RE
4118 Wain tfnioiila.Tnii
Mnbacribe lor the MAppeU.w
ifR0YALfjW.lt Ifc XI
iSr-8 " " '
DECEMBfitl 1, 1886.
JAMES C. BtlLE, I'reaident.
Nob. 290 and 392
iW SPECIAL PRICES to Kallroad
AND YOU'LL PROFIT BY IT
IF YOU ARE WISE.
HERE'S A POINTER l-Good
Clothing is always the cheapest, as
it gives good wear and good satisfac
tion. It laato the longest, and is by
far tbe best to buy.
HERE'S ANOTHER POINT
ER! The Misfit Clothing Pal
lors, 262 Second street, sell noth
ing but good Clothing. Our special
ty is Fine Clothing, bought at sacri
fice prices from tbe Merchant Tail
ors, and offered to the publio at bar
HERE'S A SUIT POINTER!
A real Well-made Suit, Belling for
s than a muoh inferior grade of
goods can be bought elsewere, is. the
Pointer with which tbe Misfit
Clothing Parlors appeal to your
poeketbooks. Our Suits are High
in Quality, but Cheap in Price. Wo
have thorn in Sacks, Cutaways,
Prince Alberts, Full Dress, and all
styles in vogue at tbe preesnt time.
We have no cheap grades of suite,
but the extraordinary low prioes at
which we buy enables us to sell High
Grade Suits for' less than tbe olotb
and the making cost The great ad
vantages we offer make it a great ad
vantage to buy from us.
HERE'S AN OVERCOAT
POINTER ! If you haven't an
Overooat you'll soon bave to get one.
You may have but a little money to
spend, but yet you want the best ar
ticle you can get for that small sum
Well, you can get tbe best for tbe
least money at the Misfit Clothing
HERE'S A PANTS POINTER
In addition to the Lowest Prioes,
we bave the Best Assortment and
the Best Fabrics in Memphis. When
good goods and cheap prioes go to
gether, the purchaser is always sure
of getting the most value for his
money. See the point ?
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
N.B. Remember, all alterations to
insure a Perfect Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE, by First-class Tailors
in our Parlors.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
importers anu uaaion in - . .
Bllloa aad nahima; Taobla, Batldera1
Hard am. KlMilrlC Holla aad A
na.l.litr. In. lint 1 1 tnd Ka.1d.&oal.B4fl
taalaalraat, !. Teaa. Xiaotrfl
inppliM alwavi oa hand. lUpalr'rw aaatly
IMPORTER AND DALEK IS
bans, Ammunition, Fishing Tacaje
and Kportsmens' applies.
WHOI.RSAI.R AND RBTAIL
94 Mala Hreel. Hemphia, Tcami
sdaBBfaotariiig and Repairing al 8ns s
Bpaoialty. Larg.it Stock. Beataaaortmonl
dDEA MCCARTHY, Propr's,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphia.
ONE or T1IE L AROEST BOILER 8TJOPB
in th. Koaih, and th. only enmrl.ta
Dollar and Bhet-Imo Work, in tb. eity.
work al .v.ry dnM-rlattloafapasial
aUcQtiva given to plantatloa work.
Heres i Piter
MANUFACTURERS AHD JOBBERS
ant Levee Contractors for wagon,
In Oae Volume, Royal Ojtavo of about 700 Pages. Elegantly Illustrated.
Jgents aavo".eneral ..cl'lellan igeney.
McOlellan ded,lif:s the veil which has
H. was parhapi th. beat-lored and
eoantry ever prodac.d. When h. was dead It was found that be bad written b la oar a
story for bta eblldrca. Tbls book eoatalna It. It li a wonderful itory, revealing
th. aeeret blttorr of th. Brat yean of th. War for tbe lluloa. No on. hat .ver
knows th. truth! this book now makaa publio.
Sold only by BUbscription. AOEXTS WANTED.
CIIAS. I- WEBSTER & CO., Publishers,
3 Fast 11th Slrat. Hew York VUy,
E. WITZ1IAHM5 Co.
Bolt Agenti for ths following
PIANOS Kranich &
OBOANS Clough i Warren, and Smith American.
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Write for Otaloene. !Vo. 8-1 and 22 Seeond NireMvfvniT'ilw.
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MULLINS fo TONQE,
Cotton Factors & Com mission Oerchanb
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Front and Union, tfemphia.
W, B. 6ALBBEATH k CO,
Cotton Factors & Commission Merchants,
75 State Street, Cor. Kilby, BOSTON, MASS
illLLTFONTAINE & CO,
Cotton Factors and Vholesale Grocero
jSOO-SOO Frent St., Herapliia, Toweu
niLLi FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors, Commission Oerchante,
XXo. HO Omuih Xlmln St.. Bt. Xrvnlau
84 and 30 Madison
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, 25,003,
j. z, GC9WO, Pram. I, M. COODBAR, Tlec-Prean. C H.IBAI11, C-fe-tft
oaoaairc- oar -Mrootora.
. M. eOUUBAX.
amwA aaaataary mt
ama grlwoa apaaaai maamaaama mm wiimu a.
Confections, Glaces, Nongat Caramels, French Fruit Glaces,
Cream Bon Bons, Fine French Handmade Creams and
Bon Bons, Chocolates, Ices and Kongatlnes.
Ton oan find thM. goodi " AT RETAIL," In aay quintltl.i.lat
'TheHPctcrs & Sawrie Co.'s Iletail Establishment,
j-'jfo. 43 J( fleraon Street, Opposite Their Factory.
Thaaa ar. th. aneit Oonteotioni that th. Memphli Publls hav. .ver had tha opportunlW
loeea to poroh.
0"Try Our MSew Cream L,oaf " DeIlclou.--Tt
MEVEK, Rec' and Treat.
scraper ana un arnegg.
concealed the tru? history ot 1831 and ISA -
at th. lame time th. beat-abaaed man this
and Publisher, i
Bach. Gabler, and Wheeiock.
St.. : Mempbli, Tenn;
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