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UilfiC-D TISE, TAM.
nkmpnkfnilwM Boats Train.
. ioll.w.t Kui lir., l.aret at :S0
kYi ttt. Lul fMt II. level at 5:30
. Fwt lis arrive, at 1:30 p.m.; tH.
,liftHnearri.et 8:40 a.m. ,
laealealpitl 1 ewHMHMtfl. Truai
(,,u lollow.i Qrlsan. mill arrive.
.iirat : i ty.T. .V A1
nnrdil aeeosimaditwn arrive, dally ay:5U
l.n.l duly t 8: p m. Loi-l
night arrive. di.ily (exoept Panda) it 9:J
u. l.tvel ily toxoept 6undyl at 8:15
Mail train, do not .top. t I lo
tion., sor WktuluTan, Uorn Lax.. Seibit
Mx.iI.it.i waiter '.
an T. y .(-Tram, on thi. reed run si i fol
lsw.i H.w Orlaan.fs.1 stst!. dally, laavsi
it 4 JO a.m.1 Vlokibnr tipwi. ,".?
lMVsTBiV.lfia.in. N.w Orlaani fait mail,
VtlhTiniT.i l. .jl0n.m.t Viok.bori.i
ami. da'ly, arrive! t ft :4ft o.m.
' EiEvill" n-d nh.llle - TrIn.
move M follow. I yt mail arriva. daily at
ril5a.".i leave. "' P-m-' "il.'""
dady at 10:1U a.m. I arm., at 4:00 p.m.
Brawi'vill aooomuiodatiom leave, dai y
aiwt'riunday, at 6:n0p.m.t arrival daily,
sloeet Sundav. at 8 W a. m. (.taodard ti m).
"Jail" Home (Kimmmmi llt;,lprlii;
era an Memphis) Train, leer. M. and
f d.pot a. follow.: No. 4. K.niai City ex
nwi. lHTN. 10:48 a.m.! No. 3, Kan.a
Ait axpraia, arrlr. at 8
Zesta. City mail, Lira. at:U
E.Tiau Cit mail, arrive, at 8
a. t No. 1.
m- - - - , i f 1 V I -
ski. Lnnb and Ubleaio axpreu, e
BrUS P.m. I H.-1. St. Loni. and Cbloato.i
mi, arrive, at 8 146 a.m. Is .Boot Sunday,
tfimphi.' aad fT.srlesU.n-Tr.lni
Wot. al follow. Through iiprw leave,
dally at 10:00 p.m. Mali and axpr... UaTo.
2.n mt in-ftn &.m. Konarvilla aooommoda-
tlen leave, dally, axo.pt Sunday, at 4 :0
p.m. Throoih expr.1. arrtT. daily at 8:35
a.m. tisil aud .x preii arrive, dally at 1(1 :'J0
s.ao. SomwTill. aaoommodatioa arriva.
J.iiT, xwpt Sunday, at :30 a.m.
Hmiliia. Mirsoin-hane and Atlaa
iAnniiw flnpinci Hnt Train! doti al
allown No. ll.aT.i Memphli dally at 8:46
p.m.: arrive, at Bolly bprini. at 6:68 p.m.i
Mo. i Uar. Uolly Bprini. daily at tt:00
a.m.) arriT. at M.mphl. at lOilOa.m.l No.
tlMToi M.mphl. dally at T:18 p.m., arrlro.
at Holly Burlnn at 11 145 p.m.; No. 8 l.ar..
Bolly tfprinr. 'V "' l
ll.mphi. at 8:46 a.m. . . ,
cmphl. and Little Bock. Train,
u rnllnaa (nantral .tandard tim.ll
So. 1 laaTM daily at 4:)H p.m.l arrlra. at
f:p.m. No. 3 l.arw at 5:56 a.m. t arrlTy.
at 8i45 a.m. No. 6 (fraiiht) Lara. Uop.fl.ld
dally (.loopt Snnday) at 8:30 a.m.; arrlr.
a tfl: p.m.
Far Alabama: Fair weather; north-
tetlerJy wttub; ilightly colder.
Far ifimukiA and Louiriana: Fair
mtaiher: gentraUy northerly wind;
For TmneurK Generally fair weather;
t older norlkwtittily windt,
For Arkana$: Fair weather; northerly
wind, becoming wiabltfj&igliX changet in
The Wui$rippi river will rite helow
Cairo; the Viio Hurr will btgtn to fall
I owly ; the other riven will Cenlinue to
Him rut, Tim., D.o.mb.r 1, 1886.
lime. I Bar. I TUer.
10:00 p.m 'SO. W
MaxiujonTU) ni per h tare, 65.
Minimum temperature, 3tt.
Otone, 11a.m., 2.
"Ladles' Day" at the Ohlckaaaw
A mreat aale of Imoorted Hol-
tain'i' will commeooa to day at the
1 aires stable, Union street
Dnke A Su'livan. ol Lone Elm
Term., made an assignment ytsteiday.
Liabilities fJOO; aasats, nominally
11 W0. '
Charles Ezbart Oraddock'a new
novel. In the Ckudt. which has been
anxiously lookbd ior by her admirers,
armed yeeterday at Mansioru s.
Progrecs Lodge No. 39, Knights of
Pythias, meets tonight f r the par
pose ol electing ofllners and also con
ferring the rani ol Page on four can
didates. Members oi the Evening Recep
tion Committee for the Harper party
are requested to meet at the Mer
chants' Exchange this afternoon at
-The liabilities of Jacob Bhoule, of
Marianns, Ark., who filled Monday,
re placed at $20,000, a great part of
which is due lo Memphis merchants.
Assets estimated at $14,000.
The Gayoso Hotel has tendered
Its hospitalities to the Harper party,
and the recep Ion committee oi the
Merchants 'Exchange have accepted
the couitesv w.th thanks.
The wal's and celling) of the cor
ridors on one Bide of the Courthouse
have been calelmintd and white
washed, aud present au imposing ap
pearance. Now for the other side.
Frank Turon, a white man. wai
arrested yetturd iy for vagrancy. On
his riereon wi re found a diamond rut
ter and several other artiulos which
are snppoeed to have been stjlun from
a carpenter shop.
About fiftaeu horses belonging to
different slaMe now at the track will
1 eave on the 16th instant for New Or
leans, to participate at the wintur
meeting, which begins December 2lhh,
and continues until spring.
Mr. U. T. Anderson was elected
vesterday without opposition as magis
trate in the Eleventh (Qermantown)
District, to fill tlie place of Justice
John Graham, colored, who was kll'ed
recently. Mr. Audeisjn received 153
At a meet'ng of the Bricklayers
Union lat night, P. Taylor Morgan
and Oliver W. Vaughn were elected
delegates to represent the union at
the Convention of Bricklayers which
will meet as Washington, D. O., next
Marriage licenses were issued yes
teiday to the following named partita:
Salomon Menkens and Mit-s Tjoa
Mayson, co'ord, E. F. Verdel and
Miss Annie Kchnlts, J. D. Carpenter
nd Mies M. E. Dot.on, W. .N. Wald
ran and M.si Biilie N. Roberts.
Judge Jiicksou loft last night for
Nanhville, and will return January 2,
1887, to ait with Judge llimmoud in
- the trial of the city railroad cases, at
which time the equity docket will be
called, certain otner caies on that
docket being already set Im that day.
Frank Louie, a white man, giving
his age as 40 yeais, and claiming to be
a United States detective, v. as ar
rested last night by Officer Keboe,
chanted with larceny and resisting an
officer. Louli took three squirrels
from Frank Timberly, on Upper Main
Street, hence the charge oi larceny.
'Geo. Clinton, mate of the James
Lee. and Jjmes Caaadey, a well
known steamboat mate, were arrested
TesterdaT evening charged with car
rying concealed weapons. Oaesadey,
it aeema. went aboard of the Lee and
after cutsiug Clinton pul ed a pistol,
but before he ooald ass it the weapon
waa. wrested from hh grasp. At the
Station U .084 a derringer was also
found npon his person.
The Fire Department answered
tso alarms of fire vts erdav, and both
cime fiom Box 4. Ihe fl'st trai at
10:45o'o'oox a.m., and was canted by
tha barninz of tne roof of the two
story frame hense No, 67, Third street.
The damare amoounjJ to about $i0.
The tecocd alarm, at 0 o'c ock p.m.,
wa' caaKed by a chimney turning out
at No. ii Prcmenade BUeeU
Thetdors Georee. in ordr to sat
isfy Paulsen that he is not b offlnr,
called at the ArrsiL r fflce last night
and deposited t30 additional forii i,
making $50 altogether. Paulsen baa
written anotner cna'ienge, onenrg
to meet George in private If a purse
of $100 can be raised for the winner.
He also, In reapnr ss to Deep f ord s
challenge, eays: ' I will make a mixed
match with him, one fall G -o Bo-
man, one fall Indian style and toss up
for choice of the third." This looks
Jack LarnT. who peddlew papers
on the levee, was arrested this morn-
ins on the chants nf knocking down
and beptlng John Waters, s little news
boy Ic tbe purpose oi ronoery. i.v
my was in trouble lafat February for
etauling papers from the Southern Ex-
press cince. lie served juu oays on
the gang and was then ordered to
leave town, but a petition in his be
half was presented to President Hid
den, end he wis allowed to remain. In
June last he was fined $60 for vagrancy
and agtin ordered to leave, but con
tinued to frtenent his old haunts.
A meeting of the Water Commit
tee is called for today at President
Uadden's ofnoe. It Is understood
that it is aboat to make its final re
port to tbe Legislative Con-xll. The
examination oi me niter qaeauon dub
only been conclnded within tne lait
few days, and is said to be highly fav
orable. The coramitten ia already
unanimously on record as favoring
city ownership, and tbeir plans for a
complete water system will be emi
nently practical, and we doubt not
will prove t oe a stusiaovory solution
of this important question.
Nasbvills, Tsnic., Deoember 1.
Hlrsch Bros. Oo.'s bankrupt dry
goods and millinery stock, which cost
$160,000, will bs sold st public auction
without reserve. It will pay you to
come to the Nashville sale this and
next week. Tbe stock is all fresh for
this season's tr''e.
L. ROSENHEIM BROS, k C.
A Ilapp IteHponfte.
An Instance of a happy responss is
that of ths old Southern Judge bnt
whether a judge in courtesy or intact,
the writer cannot state who must
have had the faculty of quick and ap
propriate reply pretty well developed,
if the story related oi him is true. He
bad been a fierce Secessionist, and the
fact was not forgotten when, after tbe
war, he re-entered the political arena
of his native State. Speaking at a cer
tain place one evening In the interest
of his own candidacy for Congress
some one in the sudience, who evi
dently bad a good memory, inquired:
"Didn't you epeak here just before
the war T' ...
"I did," promptly .responded the
Jarts"e' 1 ... .
"And didn't you eay we could wnip
the Yankees with popguns and Ko-Ko
"I did,"replied the nnabashed J odgo.
but, confound 'em, tbey wouldn't fight
A Drtijrglnt'B Story.
Mr. Isase O. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross ef Dr. William Hall's Balsam for
the Lungs. I caa say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never heard a customer speak of
it bnt to praise its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest enacts. I
have used it in my own family for
many years; in met, always nave a
Ixjttle In the medicine closet ready for
Largest, finest, cheapest and
assortment of horse blankets
carriedln the rl'y at
MiMrma sauulbjii ou.-a
IS BSMOVBO BT THS DSI Ot OOOOAIH88
And it stimulates and promote tha
growth of the hair.
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are th
Foa cheap and good hone blankets
go to tne
USJirmS SADDLERY CO.
For pretty hats, bonnuts and liatr
Bonds has been very ao'ive during the
fall. Lavlgne, in Odd Fellows' Build
ing, carries a large stock ot the best.
The Only Daylight Trip
To St.iLiuis is via tha Ghe apeake and
Ohlc route. Leave Memphis dally at
9:30 o'clock a.m, and arrive at 8U
Louis at 0:66 p.m. Quickest time on
record. Same train arrives at Ohloago
at 7:20 o'clock next morning, three
hours and a hall ahead of other lines.
Through sleeper to St. Louis on train
leavlrg at 6:80 p.m. Ticket office
under Peabody Hotel.
Fob carTiagft and bngtv robes
Pretty and Cheap.
The hats and bonnets at Lavigne'a
O ld Fellows building embrace all tne
latest American and foreign style
sod are for sals very cheap. The
ladies should examine these goods
when looking lor the beat.
Dyeing aud Cleaning.
Ladies and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Reigel, 68 Jefl'erson street, Mem
phia,Tenn. (Jorwi received by express.
Thfj Are Wat Sorry.
There is one thing nobody ever re
grets that is, the day they first adopt
ed rarxer s iodic as tneir regular lam
Uy medicine. Its range ia so wide
and its good effects so sure, that notb
ing else, except good nursing, ar
needed in a groat majority of cases
Buy it, try it, snd afterward it will not
require any prates jrom ns.
plnint of thousands sultoring from
Asthma. Consumption. Ooimua, eta.
Did you ever try Acker's Kngliah Uetar
edvP It is the boat preparation known
for all Lung Troubles, sold on a posi
tive guojautoe at luc, duo.
MEMPHIS DAILY ATTEAL THURSDAY.
II. LOWEMSTEtX &BKOMJ
8PE0IAL SALE OF
BOL'CLE AVTBlKriAS JACKETS
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES).
100 Russian Circulars, trimmed
with fine wide black fur or
astrakhan, reduced from $18 to
25 Plush Newmarkets, quilted satin
linings, reduced from $30 to$15.
200 Brown Boncle Jackets, tailor
made, reduced from $6 to $3 75.
100 fine Astrakhan Jackets, brown,
navy and black, reduced to
LOOK AT THE PRICES I
200 Bed Comforts, medium else, re
duced to 65c each.
500 Bed Comforts, fall 10-4 wide,
worth $1 75, reduced to $1 25.
100 pre White 10 4 Wool Blankets,
well worth $1 a pair, reduced to
200 prs full 11-4 White Wool Blank
ets, would be cheap at $5, re
duced to $3 85.
200 prs full 11-4 White Wool Blank-
eta, special good value, at $0, re
duced to $4 15 per pair.
Wonderfal values, which cannot
fall to attract your attention.
20 doa Gents' Striped Wool Shirts
and Drawers, reduced to close,
at $2 per suit.
25 dca Ladles' Scarlet Wool Vests
and Drawers at $3 per suit. This
ia a special bargain.
25 doi Misses' Merino Union Suits,
s'cos 28 and 30, tha beat value
ever offered and well wo-th
11 60, price reduced to close
few of those Fancy Merino
Shirts ltft, only $1 25.
TURKS SrECIAL BARGAINS
Men's Genuine B.ilbrkgan Half
Hose, full regular made, French
foot, 3 pairs for $1.
Ladles' Fancy Cotton Hose, dark
stripes, full regular made, 20o
per pair,, worth 40c.
Children's Extra Heavy Cotton
Ribbed Hose, all sises, three
pairs for 60c; dark colors only.
Two cases 4-4 Bleaohei Domestic,
heavy round thread, soft fin
ished and well worth 10c a yard,
we offer this lot
AT 8 CENTS PER YARD.
One case Soft Finish 36-inch
Bleached Long Cloth, 20 yaids
to bolt, at $2 per bolt
Two cass full 10-4 wide Bleached
Sheeting, extra goods and real
extra value. This lot we have
marked down to 22 Jo per yard.
MM. ......... . ..... M. . ......
U. LOWE STEIN & BUGS.
Cbaaeer'y Comrt lllrt. Chancellor.
. Drcree for Wednesday: Mate vs
Ware, sale set aside ; Brown vs Brown,
t'tla to Live and reference; Stats vs
Alexander, dismissal lot No 23, 24,
31 a d 32; E.fniUWe Gas O ynpaqj
vs Taxing tDintrict, pr .confe no set
aside; Vascaro vs Dafly, decres on
mrit; Stats vs Chase, dif m s al lot
No. 383; Snjtn vs Uwen. order to snr
rjrd -r notes; SUte va Chribtio, orflr
as to taxes; State vs Allen, dismissal
lots Nos. 9 and 1", 1 block .1 ; -Htats va
Frey, difm'8nl 27 seres; bUte vsHim,
di-mitsal lot No. 7. blork 47- 8:ate w
Dixon, diemissil lots .NiA 43 .and 44;
8ate vs Chase, dif missal' part vf hit
No. 383; State va Dixon, dismissal Jot
No. 45; Gardner vs Gardner, continu
ance; Hampton vs Wyons, continu.
ance ; State vs Memphis City Ralljoed,
demand for jury; Rice'vs Rice, dis-
missil.. , , . v ,,. , r , frt f
rirenlt Cnrt Kait' JileJry
l'ienuitr .or uaccni'jer au.
The remaiader of the calendar as
published Tuesday will b called, with
the addition nt No. 886?, Thomas
Keely vs Alston Boyd.
In the cass of T. T. Goldeby against
the Mississippi Valley Railroad Com
pany, for killing stock, the- jury yes
terday gave a yerdict ior defendant.,
Criminal Court IlwBooe, Jndie.
The trial cf Oliver Bawden'colored,
charged with rape upon the person 6f
Hattie West, colored, agun occumea
the attentien of the court "yesterday
It will probably go to the jury. today.
P. M. Stanmt. funeral director and
embalmer. 55 Madison street. ' ' .
Cbbap weatherstrips at E. Wright's
paint store, No. 414 Main Btreet.. i
Miss Cabrib M. Kiatino, pianist,J
may be found at the (Jayoso Hotel.
Lovblt orange blossoms lor prides
dresses at the Women's Exchange. t
Coughs. Brown's Uronchial Tro
ches are uted. with advantage to, alle
viate coughs, sore throat and bronchial
affections. Sold only in bxes. "
Calvabt Church choir will sing at
the Central Bapt'St Churchy concert at
the Young Men's Hebrew Association.
Hall Thursday night. Adiniesion, ouc.
G. W.Millbb A Co., Patent Asbestos;
Fire Proof Roofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wcjod, tfn,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. Ho. ,.55
Madison Btreert. 1
Tb.b Herbal Chill Curs, the bast
tonioand anti-twrlodlo known. A rtln
and .nr. oar. lor emu., rno. i par oot
tla. Band .tamps for olronlaw.' Any rof-
ir.nn. (lx.n. Addraaf Joan V ttaox.a,
Why do von cav $25 or $30 for
marl marln anil, when TOU can BO l&
U Kosenstein a uros., zss jnarn street
and 18 Jefferson street, snd' Save 'a
suit made to order. A fit guaran
teed. Thb question ef a proper food fox
infants interests all mothers; espe
cially those unable to nurse tbeir jpff-
Drino-. Mellin's iood possesses' an
the reaniaites as a snbstttute lor
mothers1 milk, and is bixbly; com
mended by the medical faculty 61 both
Europe and America.
Akoostdba -Bittbbs are the Best
remedv for removina indigestion and
all diseases originating fromthedigestr
ive organs, iieware ol connterieius.
Ask your grocer or druggist for the
Senuine article, manufactured by Vf,
. G. B. Siegeit & Sons.
Snbaerlbe for the "AppeaL"
Thb eovernment eauee located at
the foot qf Jefferson street reads
twelvs inches more than there should
be, as a close comparison with the
gangps at the elevator will show. The
figures displayed on the boards located
on tbe Custom House grounds, will
give the correct readings from 8 o clock
a m. each day, and tney are turmsnea
by Mr. J. U. (Jammer, who is tnejgov
eminent gauge observer. t , . t-( S
PiTTflBona, P., December l.NiglSt
River 8 feet 4 inches on the'gaugs
and rieina. Weather light show all
day, cold and stormy tonight.
Wbbblino. W. Va., December 1.
Nlo-ht Kivnr lDfeet 6 inches 'On the
gauge and rising. Weather lifeht
snow all day and cloudy ami Stprmy
Locisvtllb, Kt., December 1
Night River fal Ing, with 11 iefct lh
the canal and 8 fiet 10 inches 'en the
falls. Business dull. Weather clear.
Cairo, III., December 1. Nighty
Rlvir 23 foot 8 inches on the game
and fallino. Weather clenr and do
Arrived: Belle Mempl.i', Vicksburg,
2 p.m. ; City of Cairn, bt. Lnuis, 4 pm,
ZELLNER & GO
Boots and Shoes.
A Dlaerlmlnatims Pablte r
Quick tm Dl.oover Where Lew
v Prices Actaallj Prevail. :'
ar Kooonrared by larraly Inoraasad
al.. over tn. pr.rloui rein, w. will
Contlna. to (.11 oar Boot, and Bhoe.
lower than any hoa In th. city for
Ilk. quality, and afford tha opportunity
to ..loot from on. of th. lari.it and
mott varied itocxi In tbe United StaUs.
Our Ladles Hid Hallos Shoe.,
worked button boles, cannot o
Oar Children's snd ! Htroaa;
(tehool Shoes, from i upward.
beat thing la the market.
Oar Uennlne Call Men's Shoe a.
senmlesa vams, nt S3, la all
styles and shapes, are the heal
la the world I
Reduction In Prices
On .T.rjthlni In oar Mtabliihm.nt. W
ar. orowded with food., and mutt work
them off before th Maton dotal.
COMB EARLY BEFORE TUB RUSH I
ZEliIiNISll ds CO.
30O MAIS HTKEET.
To t'oiilrtat lo.
2Kr nnn yards i.kveb work
t)U UUU In quintitiei to lult out
fit!, frnm Lak.TtewloU- e-. 1 inainr. Uoo
prioai and prompt rT. Apply to loof, M
uowaa 4 Co., Jlooii-hii. l.rnn ,or on wor
to J. U. NULAWS 4 CO.
JAJtlJCM C. BELX, Prfwldent.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
No. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.,
MAMFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
Saddles Harness? Collars?
HADDLEBY AND JjTSATHEK.
SPECIAL PRICES ta Railroad ant, levee Contractors for Wayon, Scraper and Cart Harnegg.
m k Pillllif
AND YOU'LL PROFIT BY IT
IF YOU ARE WISE.
HERE'S A POINTER I Good
Clothing is always the cheapest, as
it gives good wear and good satisfac
tion. It lasts the longest, and is by
far the best to buy..
HERE'S ANOTHER POINT
ER 1 The Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 262 Second street, sell noth
ing but good Clothing. Our special
ty is Fine Clothing, bought at saori-
be prioes from the Merchant Tail
ors, and offered to the publio at bar
HERE'S A SUIT POINTER!
A real Well-made Suit, selling for
less than a much inferior grade of
goods can be bought elsewere, is the
Pointer with which the Misfit
Clothing Parlors appeal to your
pocketbooks. Our Suits are High
in Quality, but Cheap in Price. Wo
i them in Sacks, Cutaways,
Prince Alberts, Full Dress, and all
styles in vogue at the preesnt time.
We have no cheap grades ot suits,
but the extraordinary low prioes at
which we buy enables us to sell High
Grade Suits for less than the cloth
and the making cost. The great ad
vantages we offer make it a great ad
vantage to buy from us.
r HERE'S AN OVERCOAT
POINTER! It you haven't an
Overooat you'll soon have to get one.
Tou 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 the best for the
least money at the Misfit Clothing
HERE'S A' PANTS POINTER
In addition to the Lowest Prices,
we have the Best Assortment and
the Best Fabrics in Memphis. When!
good 'goods and oheap prioes go to
aether, the purohaser is always sure
of eetting the most value for his
money. See the point ?
262 Second Street,
pp. Court Square, Memphis, Tcnn
N.B. Remember, all alterations to
insure a Perfeot Fit, DONE FREE
OF Cn ARG E, by First-class Tailors
in our Parlors.
G. SCHMIDT & SON
imnAv4.fi ami .saalar. Is Ouao. Amain-
ii Win ii and riablax Tackle. Hallders
u.nia.M. KlMiirla Hells asd Al
nH..l.l.n for Hntal. and Raildanoei.SdS
In street, Memphis, Tean. Klaetrte
inpplia. alwa. oa hand. Rapairlas i.atlr
IMPORT IR AND DBALIR 19
bans. Amniuuitlon. FuhlnB' lacaue
- ' and Kportsmens' KunpUes.
Wlint.tnAI.R AND RETAIL.
Bid Main Mtrees, Memphis, Teaau
BreotaltT. Largeit Stock. Beet aiiortment
mEk McCarthy, Propr'g,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
ONE or THB LARUBST BOILER SHOPS
tn th. South, end the only oomrl.t.
Boll.r and Kb-wt-lroa tvurki in tn. cut.
.iMiarenel Henvv PlMtelmv-
work mf every dcarrtpiton.aKp.eiAi
atntion .Iren to plantation woT.e;n
' -s--'.v. ka.
KiLLHf S OWN STORY.
In Oas Volume, Royal Octavo of about 700 Pages. Elegantly Illustrated.
Jgents S5patS General .HcClellan Agency.
McClellan dead.lif !s the veil which has
Ha was perhapi th. beat-loved and
eonntry .v.r produced. When h. wai dead It wai found that he baa written msown.
story for bis children. This book contains it. It 1. a wonderful itory, rev.allnB
ths secret bl.tory of the flnt year, ol
known th. truth, thl. book now maka. publio.
gold illy by subscription. AUEVl'S
CUAS). Jm WEBSTER CO., Publisher,
3 Fant 14f h Hi r-et. fView York City.
Sols AwnU for ths followlni
STEIN W A. Y
MAWOS Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and WheeiocK.
OBGANS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
asr A NSW 7-O0TAVB
Write for Cetaloenei. IVos.aai and
W, 6. GALBREATII & CO.
Cotton Factors & Commission Mercliants,
75 State Street. Cor.
Jakw a. aalllvaa.
TJboleMale Orocers, Cotton W9tra
An. Corajfliisicn rnsrehanti,
232 and 234 Front SI., HempbJs, tea
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34 mill 30 Ilndlson
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, S25.CC3,
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Confections, Glaces, Nougat Caramels, French Fruit Giacesv
Cream Bon Bons, Fine French Handmade Creams," and
Bon Bons, Chocolates, Ices and Nougatines.
Ton can tnd thus sood. "AT RKTAIL," la any quantitiea, at
The Peters & Sawrie Co.'s Retail Establishment.
No. 43 JcOenon Street, Opposite Thelr;Factory.
Thaaa ara ths Bn..t Oonfeotlon. that ths M.mphU Publio have svsr had th. opportunity
ftarTrw Onr "New Cream Loaf"" IHclon.""l
And Still They Come
FISE HAND SEWED
ItyEtery Pair Warranted!
qsvx tn.bo a pair. .
. AT THK.CUEAP CASH
; gnoE noiiNi:,
Atn Main Street, MeiupUls.
MJETEK, fiec'y &u& Treaau
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concealed the true histor y of 1881 and 1801
at th. tarns time the beat-abuaed man this
ths War for tne union, noons Ba. aver
PUNO FOR lieo. i
82S SHond Wtret. TWemr ''
Kilby, BOSTON. MASS.'
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A Valuable Patent.
Baaeys (Horse) Cora and Pea Plaaw
HAVINfl prfrt.d my tovyntroa, I wl.k
to plaoa it before th. publio, .ipsplaliy
mnufaotur.r.. A. a Corn PlnUr. it la a
perleot uooei.-open. th. drill, di.tributad
th. toad aecorately. unmiurwi, and oorerd
th. .am., thereby on. roan parfornlni ths
work of th. Th. hav. been und ta
this ..otion for over a do.en yaar. with per
feet aatl.faetion. Van lira raiponiibU U.U'
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