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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-. FRIDAY, DEopAmr.U 3, 1886
&UU19 TISE TELE.
, n a ilellown rait line laavea at .
b.j t. Loan ! .'' ' 'i
v.. II.. arrival at 1:30 P.m. I
(lifajllne arrive! et 8:40e.in. .
..... inilnvii NewOrleani mil I arrival
,1 i ttm a. a. . : Irani T ;' -h
.ajdiiaeaoaiinnditioB arrivel daily at a.
iJlfM da.ly (.c.i.t huud.y) t 6 IS
i out rtP at fll
nr Whitehaven, Horn
K.Ii-lrainionthlirW ran nfol-
New Orlrarift nail, daily, leans
It ' t-m.) Vick.burg eipre.i. daily.
lrat5:16.Bi. New Orleans fert mall,
Ballyi arrive! a i:10 a.m. I Viokiburg ex-
daily, arrives at5:4n.n. m ,
'KeWsviiie -d aiuille-Trains
nan M follow! t tuX mail irrlTel dally at
-Vte m L-veatlU:lup.m.i mail Jyavei
.-'r,..,;r,.,H . - i arrivel at 4:00 n.tn.
KowbitUIb aoeoiumodatlom laam dai y
BoepCSuBday. at 5:(' p.m.l Brrivel dally.
,ipt andv. at do a.ia. standard Urn).
!lf mnio-(UiiiiiM tillr.Hprluat
eld and IleniplilH) Tralni leave M. and
T. depot as folown No. 4, Kniai City x
prwi. Irani t 10:45 a.m.1 1 No. 3, Kansas
City iprwiii arrive! at 8:90 p.m. No. S.
taaiea bity mail. Irani at6:l p.m. I No. 1.
f aoiaa City mail, arrlni at :45 a.m. No.
1 Kr.. Lanli aad Chlsaco !, leave! at
, jrfOBH ana wnii-
. la afisol banaay,
Tnmn.h fnmi leaves
Mall and expreei Umi
i ill .i n. HftanjirvUla IMommOW
on Irani dally, eioept Sunday, at ;4 :40
rr, ..-I a . amu rrlv.a daily atD:w
aim! Mail asd tipnu arrive! dally at 1C :!
?.m. Bomervllls aeeommodatloa arrives
Henivbta, sUrutlnaham and Allen.
Bl Molly Dpnage ivuoi-r"".u".""". . 7.
No. 1 Irani m
Corroa-sales yieterday, 7500 balfa;
receipt, 7007 balm.
Oottom Blomgi nd Oompresa atock
sold yef erday t 120.
Bnir!mjrn arid provil.n8 hve
a jTxnced in the lead ng airkets.
Cbablbh E. Wamaib haa mads
plion ion ioriaemberstlp to tbeCjttoa
Tna datlf dnar'ng hiu a'atem nt
Indicr.tra tbs nimenae, baiioeMnow
being trai earfed in Muxpt ia.
VwiToaa n 'Ohangn jreaterdny T.
A. Kmay, Wfebington City; Aleian
der Mealier, Wathir gton City.
Thb committee of arrangemants ap
pointed by the Merchf n'a' Excbarga
lor the reopptlon of the Ilirpt-r party
ia at wO'k making oat a programme of
oo e.iB.i no- ii oi
Mh, arrival atliai
on ai ioiiowii
daily at W:w p.m.
laaral Mamphli daily
.ilr at !
fi.m.i arrlni at nonj diiiiu.i'.u".i--j
Mo. S laaral Douy nrr
litiiii aany av :""
a.m. I airlrai at Mampbil at 10 :10a.m. I No.
f Irani Mampaii oany av i iiu
u.ii. u.n.a t ii .IK n.m. i N a. 6 laaral
Sally Bprinm aauyai aiiu m.iu; -empbii
at :4fi a.m. , .
MphU ad Utile Roek.-TralBi
niiA. lurl.tl standard timoj I
k. iWmldlr at 4 :'ift p.m. I arrlni at
I iBa p.m
No. 3 loam at 6:66 a.m.1 Bi n
at i46 a.m. No. 6 (ftalfht) Irani llopaDaia
daily (aiaeyl annaayi at dim a.mi "-"
Star Alabama: ' Fotr 4oeatW; twrlfc-
arf ind; Kotionary temperaturt,
Far MMuim and Lwtuiana: Fair
tMoifor; nortluatUrly windi; tiatlonary
. Ft TenrvMfe: Fair weather; northerly
uMi; tightly colder
ForArhimMu: Fair watlier; narlhtatl
tv iii; liuitonary temprra(ur.
ITU ifiwufipm rttxtr will rite dightly
htb Cairo; 0i Ohio river will remain
Hearty ialionary, and the other river will
f oil ilowly.
Muraiii Tina.. Dicembar 2, 1Br
L. Waahlnirton et nx. to Phillip
Gofeet, deed to thre parcala of land,
being a lot of the W. a. Garner tract,
forllOO. , a
RtaariTAnnMHa.cnaL vo vr . a
Mnnionmirr. 233 aurea of land in
Ktot nf Tnnafane to W. 8. W.
MnniimmiirT and W. II. Carroll, 216
nl UnA In Khnlhv oonntT.
John Durer and wile to B. Wheeler,
lot in Millington, $50. .
u.nr, flAMxel et nx. to Ona water
n.n In irnat. (a' anenre 41900 dne
ntifl niman. lot No. 600. on the
aoutheaat coiner of Poplar and High
Henry Beeael t nx. to Inaballa
Morris, In consideration of $5600, 87x
160 lent on l'opiar aireei near uigu.
Sa Fancioo,CAtt December'
The cnatoma c iUcers toaay r
maai l n ill II nrt An
Janeiro, recently arnyea ir
lbe drug waa ioanu in
S'ff Vi ?fnr -aber 2.-In tl
a, a wealthy re
do died recently,
II. LOAVEXSTEIX a IlIlO.
IUQ ItEBINANT SALE.
Call TODAY and you will fir
a Counter full of Choice Bern
and Dress Lengths, the
lationa from an actl'
flirting of the very
I'm tD-n iiir-AioM jjiigt and
wy lanuii g;-i in tie nppr cowt.
n m, prciiifcr a 48 ci arge it her c ffl?
Turn r. tw nf Nolz-V. . , n I.... ni.k .'
O'jt 'roai i'er. Orleara m-raed' fc' ""7
Loau yraurJay f veoiiig ''h. f
up s lecm trij Sbepot ofl'b 4 A l?!q
packag a, prinoi'.niljr nnr r re
e?, a d ai!e i 0'..tw.lisi)t .
io ion for ..imLIpiii,, 9 Jfi?&
Brides the c tton auJ- " .UL-..
on bosrJ COO b..l u' TBSP P
be!oir. 8helaaa!r n BtnTWf9?
trna of marble an A for St. Louw 127
upatO-iro. . Aeatch-wii.lay
. .. at i v .fltin-'e tender, Jq. Henry,
wrrkinp Tnet!air and i now
A leit- ..bciwfenCu ro aid ih s pctot.
for" M U(( to Capt. Cranttrivea the
Kt wing changw tojif f'ween
r . IjnKapd Calm: Pnll 1M,aJwb
jOO yards; Twin Hollow, up JSOvards.;.
flprinM, don 100 'd ,H1q a,
down 300 yards; Pa:in B)ck, nay
light; Cornice inland, aon it ju,
Kennett's, down 200 yards J Par(w .
J A .11 EN C. I1EIX. ITlde U
CFaMEYElt, au4 Tra.
Noi. 290 and 292
HAHUFACTURERS AIID JOBBERS
SPECIAL PBICES ic Bailroad ant Leree Coetractors for Wagon, Scraper and Curt Harness.
ptt and ehoiutt
all this season's par-
M we hare marked to
. last Oae-Half Their Talne.
will of James Oordo
tired merchant w'
which was pronac
A todAV, there ia
Urn Home of the
a.1.1- ..It.- ..J 1;1a
. .Kv lUIH VllVi RUU M Ilia
sWOrpfl. Asy.nm of
.M. Pa., December .-Pat-m
.01. -"T. Wiiliam McCarthy, Hug
f T atyand Hfnry Neihause were
terr .My burned, ia the converting de
.rtmectol the Edgar Thomson steel
r yorka at Bredd icka. Pa., this morn
ing, by the accidental lowering of the
converter. Biley and McCarthy may
dio, but the others may recover
N ,E. Cloudy
7:00 a.m. 30.47:' 24.0
10:00 D.mhtO. 31)1(1 27.0
"""Maxlmom terunerHtU' ajf
Mlaininm ttfinperat'jre, 24.
Oaone, 11a.m., 2.
a-'flarry QoodyeBr has been appoint
ed a deputy slierill',
aA namber of good Ilolatolna are
offered at private rale at Faires's
A marriage licenss was granted
yesterday to J. B. Rohrer and Mlaa
Jennie N. Winchsater.
The will of Bobart W. Caskln was
probated yesterday. lie leaves, all
his property to his wife, Sara A.
Officer Bandolph arrested a col
ored man at 2 o'clock this morning
or stealing a turkey. Ha gave bis
name as Henry Thomas.
In the window of Wright Bros.'
tors will be found samples of Wolf
river water, Wfore and after parsing
through the Hyatt filter.
The Chlckacaw Ononis have de
cided to enter the National drill at
Waahlnirton. to take place next May.
We will have more to cay about this
8necial Advent services will be
held at 8t Mary's Cathedral, Poplar
treat, tonight at 7:45 p.m., and on
he following Friday uig'uta until
Fred Paalaen, the wrestler, l:aa
acceptod iVep Ford's chnllenze, and
will wrst' with him. best two in
three falln, Indian atyle, on Satniday
night, Dei ember 4tu.
The King of the Tnrf. Freeland
waa delayed by the running aground
of the Ci:y of CMio, on which be ia a
paitseiiKcr. Ilu ill arrivi) today, how
ever, and bj rucvivod wit a appropriate
-Chief of Tolica W. 0. Pavli has in
his paasHtsioi an overoat f r wldch
he wants an owner. It waa taken
from a man wh) was arriatd on the
charge of vagrancy. The chief is of
the opinion tuat the coat was stolen.
The cVarter of the Equitable B.
A L, Asaociation hta been liled in the
Beglatar's offloe with the following
incorporators: Samuel llitauh. h.
Ooldsmilh, L. T; Block, I. Bame'a n,
no. W. Cochran, Louis Lange, B. W,
Mary Podeala lias bronght snit in
the Circuit Court sgainat the Mem
hia, Birmingham and At'aniio Kail
road Company, claiming I5U00 dim
ages for taking her property for right
of way. The case of Simon Green
afjainat Victoria Jacobs, adminiatra
ni, ia on trial.
An attachment was latned by the
Criminal Court this morning to com
pel the attendance of Dr. II. L. Willi
ford, who is wanted by the prosecu
tion to testify in the Bowdan divorce
case. The deputy sheriff who took
the writ returned without the wit
ness, reporting him too ill to appear
in CJUrt. At noon counsel were
- arguing the quaation cf having the
plaintiff examked by some other phy
P. M. Btahlst.' funeral director and
embalmer. 66 Madison street.
Lovblt oranse blossoms for brides
dresses at tbe Womon's Exchange.
Cocoas. Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches are ued with advantage to alle
viate coughs, sore throat and bronchial
aflections. Hold only In boxes.
Q. W. Millib & Co., Patent Asbostos
Fire Proof Koofers. or durability,
equaled by none. Deed on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. No. 66
Ts.1 Herbal Chill On re, the best
i..i. .nil n,i.rinHlM knaam. A rartala
and inr aura tor oiiilli. VrlorfUl par boU
tla. 8tnd itampl for Iranian. Any
drail John 0. Ruoker,
Da. St. L. Laski la qnlte ill at his
residence on Main street,
Comb to the Women's Exchange for
beaten biscuit and country butter.
JLIapbt W. Fewall, business mana
ger of Mrs. D. P. Bowers, is stopping
at the Gayoso Hotel.
Tnxai will bs a meeting of the
3oard of Manageis at the Women's
Exchange this mornlrjr at 10 o'clock.
Jonn Roukkx, of .this city, died yes
terday morning at his residence on
Main etreet. His remains were sent
to Evanavilie, Ind , for interment.
. Miss Jknnic Wivchb6txb, daughter
of George Winchester, ii married
yesterday to Mr. J. B. Kohrer, of Lan
caster, Pa. Tha ceremony was per
formed by the Kiv. Dr. Wessama. The
happy conple left lost evening for Ln
csater, their fotnre home. The br.de
was the recipient of a number of baaii
tiful presents, the gifts of admiring
Iran no (nan. '
Why do tou pay $25 or $30 lor
mud v mads suiis when you can go to
L. Kcaenatein A Broa., 2H8 Main atreet
and 18 Jefferson atreet, and have a
suit made to oider. A nt guaran
ArioosnraA Bitthrs are the best
nmrdr for rcmovine indlKeation and
all diseases originating from the digest
ive orirsns. lie ware 01 counterfeits
Ask your grocor or drnitgist for the
genuine ai tlc.e, manuiacturea Dy at.
J. U. B. Megeit a boub,
Tna question of a proper food for
infanta interests ali motpeis; eape-
rlallv thone uniib e to nuisn their on-
unrinir. Mellin'a Food norstUHca all
the reanleiins as a substitute for
ini.theW mil, and is hiirhly com
mended by the medical faculty of both
Europe and America
Bib Ri bkbt Chbistison, physician to
Her M ninety, the yueen ol l.nginna
Miniik ntr of tba Coca , ri ant, aava
"rii nrrtnir!iea cl this WOtldeiflll
I'dant a'e the moat ri rnarkable of any
mown to the mrdical world. From
rntienttd neisonal trials I am con
vinced that its use is highly beneficial
an 1 tonic." To build up a broken
down sy.tim, URe the Lietilg O
Cicd Beef Tonic, Indorsed and re
eommeutld by the forcmrst phyid
clana of Europe and Anieriia. Over
wrought and fu'ble neivea are quiet d.
dicrstion is nroimded, and now tone
and vir in all the organs nf tl
body follows i'a iifb.
nlliera KamaiUi Hnllrond.
Kt. Lou is. Mo December 2. The
railroads interested in the Kouthe
Kansas buaiueas, at their meeting this
Bftnmoon.n Arted J. II. tltland as com
niiiaioiur of their I'fl iirg. A pool haa
not vet been reaularlv formed, it la
raid, but there seems to be nc doubt
but that one will be organised at
once, and that as aonn as that is ac-
comuliahed the d.'iision nf Ihe arbi
trators at Chicago will be known.
NaaHViLLX, Txnn.. December 1.
Hlraoh Broa. A Co. 'a bankrupt dry
goods and millinery atock, which coat
150.000. wdl bs sold at public auction
without reserve. It will pay you ta
come to the Nashville sale this an
next week. Tha stock ia all fresh for
this season's trade.
L. HOSKNHKTM DR08. A, CO
A lrHKKl('N Story.
Mr. Isaac C. Chapman, druggist.
Newbnrg, N. Y., writes ub: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
groas of Dr. William Hall's Balnam for
the Lungs. I can say of it what
cannot aav of anv other medicine.
have never beard a cnatomer apeak of
It hut to nraiafl its virtuea in the blirl
eat manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
coush. with the happiest eneuts.
have uaod it in my own family for
nianr vaars: in fact, always Have
UiWle in ths medicine closet ready for
Thor Arc Not Marry.
There is one thing nobody ever re
grets that ia, the day they first adopt
ed Parker's Tonic as their regular fam
lly medicine. lis range is so wide
and its good effects so sure, that noth
ing else, except good nursing, ar
needed in a great majority of cases
Buy it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any praiaa f-om na.
Arnvc. Blood Elixir ia the
aV'SxV only Wood Kemody
pnarrntced. It Is a poaitlvo cure for
Uloers, Eruptions, or Syphllitlo Pois
oning. It purifies the whole system,
and banishes all lthcumatio and JNau
raldo paiua. Wo Ruarantoe it
i.i itur-r-l """""
BEMNANTS OF TBICOT.
BEMNANTS OF CHEVIOTS.
BEMNANTS OF CHECKS.
BEMNANTS OF PLAIDS.
BEMNANTS OF OASUMEBES.
Don't Forget This Extraordinary
II. LO WENSTEItf BROS
te's A Pilfir
AND YOU'LL PROFIT BY IT
IF YOU ARE WISE.
rretljr aud Cheap.
Tim tints and bonnets at Lavlgne's
Odd Fellows building embrace all the
latent Amerioan and foreign styles,
and are for sale very cheap. The
ladies should examine these goods
when looking for the best.
A Happy ltepoiise.
An instance of a happy, response is
that of the old Southern Judge but
whether a judge in courtepy or in fact,
the writer cannot statu wno must
have bad the faculty of qui k and ap
propriate reply preUy well developed,
if the atorv reiauid ol him ia true. He
had been a fierce Heciaioniat, and the
fact was not forgotten when, after the
war, he re entered the political Hieua
of his na'ive 8'ate. Speaking at a cer
tain placa one evening in the interest
of his own c-nlidary for Oongie-s
aome one in tha audience, who evi
dently had a good n.em ry, inquired:
"D.do't you r-peak bore just btfore
the war ?''
"I did," promptly responded the
"Ar.d didn't vou pay we could whip
I ho Yankees with popguus aud Ko-Ko
"I did."renlied the u: .abashed Judge,
but, confound 'em, they wouldn't fight
that way I '
A Foollalt nd Stubborn Belief
In the afflcsoy of certain romidiei of vlulent
nation, ii tha boiattim foibla of tha ignorant
and prelndixd. Tha Indtsorlmlnata an of
purgailvai Ii a Terr common phu of tho
faluitj of luch pcoplo. Aloai, podypbillin,
dlikuiiad in imar ooatlna, outer oil, mar
oury, and otbar old iaiblonad dmii. itill
hold thalr own anions this olaii. and ai
thonah tha iuoooii of IlonUttar'i Stomaoh
Bittan luffloiently disproyai tba naoauity
for violence in madication. tha adharanti of
... lltt tiAad Tilmri
yards: KaakaakU Fi?ry, tew jrighf ;
,f nv.nhu'ff. iew fight: Efbtrty
laland, down 200 yarca; Kyans.oown
200 yards;, rieven'y i j-iu.uk,- uj
100 yards; Handing D g Used, up
100 yarda; Flora Cretk, discontinued;
Miaton I'oini, new ngai ilf'
dean Bnd, te'ajMighti Commercial
Point, up 75 yrrts; Old Piice Landing,-
down to Ptea LanHn;.Dog
Tooth Ia!aT,d, tp 100 yards; eppoaite
Thnmnmn: moved .. back itiat high
ground. Madrid Bnd s'atloa will be
moved on December 2d opposite the
wreck of foe John J. Roe, f) ? :
BarVlsaHoa Sniipeajdfcd.f ''' " 'll
St. Louis, Mo., Dfcembr 2. The
river is bDk full of loatloij iqe, and'
navioation ia nracticjily. euAptcdiid.
It the present temierature tfomtnuss
for a day or two longer there is a
strong probability of tLe ice"orging
between here ud G.iro. ' Ifr has al
ready atoppfd at points above -'
Wmtterrna' W.' Vi.. December 2!i-s
Night-rKivor "ll feit oa the gin'ge and
Stationary. Weaihercold and windy.
Cimjinwati. O.. Dicember 2. Night
Rivet 3'X tent.ll Inches op th,e,gauge
and rising. : Wcatl)atcier apd,.?i''a!
Vicesbubo, Miss., December 2.
Night Departed: City uf Vickaburg.
Ht. Louia; Golden Bule paklnd, apd
barges, Newr Orleans. sl ,.
Hr. Loms, Mo.,D. cemher2. Night
River fallen 6 10 feet: andf-stande
3 310 feet on tha gauge. Weather
clear and very cold, toe me(UWrbiPit
cloae to xero. No BrtlVa or depart
ures. ': ,-!ill
Oaibo, III JJecemherifNightf
River fee' 2 inches on the- aUe
and falling. Weather cloudy and coid.
Arrived; Hiii-Whvb State. MemohiR. 1
p.m. Departed: Backeye'sfitate, jLat.yles in vogue at the preesnt time
cmnrJi, 6 p m. - .. fc b def) of BuUs
Lomsvruji. Ki, December 2.' J V " e.
Night River fal irg, with 10 feet 2 but the extraordinary low prices at
tne i ,;,, h Wa hnv enables us to sell lllgn
Grade Suits lor less than the oloth
and the making cost. The great ad
vantages we ofler make it a great ad
vantage to buy from us.
HERE'S AN OVERCOAT
POINTER I Ii you haven't an
Overooat you'll soon have to got one.
You may have bat 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
a addition to the Lowest Prices,
wv have the Boat Assortment and
the Beat Fabrics in Memphis. When!
good goods and cheap prices go to
gether, the purchaser is always sure
nf catting the most value for his
money. See the point?
fflcCLELLAM OWN STORY,
. In One Volume, Riyal Ojtr.yo of about 700 Paes. Elegantly Illustrated.
General HeClellan igency.
Bkcubh East Work and
Subh Pay Bt Gattiko a
HERE'S A POINTER! 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 JSeoond street, sell noth
ing but good Clothing. Our special
ty is Fine Clothing, bought at saori
fiae priocs from the Merchant Tail
ors, and offered to the publio at bar
. HERE'S A SUIT POINTER 1
Areal Well-made Suit, selling for
less than a muoh inferior grade ol
goods can be bought elsewere, is the
Pointer with Vhich the Misfit
Clothinq Parloes appeal to your
pooketbooka. Our Suits are High
in Quality, but Cheap in Prioe. We
have them in Sacks, Cutaways,
Prince Alberts, Full Dress, and all
inches in Ihs canal and? f(e.t on
falls. Bnelness dull. West'6rej
and cold. Arrived :Giitaate,'
an eiplodod fallacy Hill pariiit In ilvlni
ana lakinr inoruinaia purgatira aoiai
rai,la. flonatiuation. llvar oomulalnt
oartainly and thorouihly mbduad by the
11 -t tan, ai they are Invariably amraratad by
an indiscriminate uia of medicines, oftjoinal
r proprietary, belontini to the elaiiwblob
we nan condemned, raver and ague, nar
vouineti, rheumaiiim and inaotiylty of tha
kldneyi.vieldto the UltUri.
John Walali, lieu tacky Coal
At wholesale to dealers, 27, cents per
ban el. Corner Front and Market
streets. Telephone No 760.
Dyeing ami Cleaning.
Ladies and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich fi-atbera and lace curtains by
Louis Koigei, bs J etieraon atreet. Alem
phis, Tenn. Good received by express.
PRRPABB FOB FLOODS,
Fcnndat;ons, cellar walls and build
ings subject to overflow should be con
structed with Louisville Cement. It is
Our Baby's Flrat Year,"
hr Marion Harland, with other valua
ble informAtion; forty-eight page book.
Hent tree on receipt ol i cent stamp,
Address Bead A Carnrick, Mercantile
Exchange Bnlldlng. New York City.
Lumpbobo's perfume. Edenla
Lnndborg's perfume, Marchal Nile
Lnndborg's perfum, Alpine Violet.
Lnndborg's perfume,' lily of the
d 4 -
ADVU'K TO IIOTHKRH.
M. WiKSLna'i 8tmitm!o Stbcp ihoald
alwayi be uned for children teething. i
mthei the ohlld, loiteni the a a ma, allari
all pain, enrei wind polio, and Ii the. belt
remedy lor anrr!"; yo a nettle.
... -. :iJemaBaSrt ,k'
Thii prVwder nerr varfei.'' A 'marvel ot
purity, otrenath Bt'l nhn'eomfDeUe Wore
economical than tha onidiary" Blnrtr. ana
onnnot bo lolil in luiuiie'.ition ioa biu
titude of low W, (Uort waiirlit alym
phoni'tiute powilet". ,S,h,d oni,t is; Oakb.
KUY AL BArlNi) PtlVV-bKM IV"
' 262 Secsnd Street,
Opp. Court Square, Jnempnia, lenn.
N.B. Roiucmbor, all alterations to
insure a Perfect Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE, by First-class Tailors
in our Parlors
ow-Tlie lime To Npet'uDU
ACTIVE Fluctuatloni In the Market oder
opportunitin U ipacalaiori to oiako.
money li Orain.Blooki Ilondi and Petro
leum. Promvt prional attontioivian to
orderi received T ;ire or mad. Correi
pondence lolioited. Full Information about
the marketi in our Hook, whioh will-be for
warded tree on application. , i
11. 1). KYLK. Bunker and Brokar. .
a Broad A a Dm Mf-eoti. NewYork City.
SHEA ft MrArlTII,rropr's,
110, 142, H4 Front, Memphis,
viuit n.TIlR LAHGRST BOILER 8UOP8
J In the South, and the only ooarletJ
Holler and Rhael-lron Wor; tn toe oy.
lMuailncliirrol llnnvy Wl tmuu.
wnrei al every UM-rlellu,bpanw
attention liven to plantation work.-
lsiportar and Doalar la -ainwa,
riablna Taekvle and Sriv
meat's NnMeB. ja SpaoiJ attenUea
ivea to MANUrAOTURIN ad RaV
'tis Wain NU MaiiiiililfcTeiiB
iTin bkabp ki.ixiii
MM . MM I" -
ZELLNEE & 00
Boots and Sboos.
A IlserImlnwtlB Pnblle are
)alck to Discover Where Lew
Price AcmH J Prevail.
er Enoonrated by largely inareaied
, tales over tha previous yean, wa will
- Antlnii-to soil four Booti"and;shoei
jiin.ar than anylhoui lnlth olty for
Ul'llke quality, and afford the opportunity
, Eto leloot from oneoftn ir.s"v.j5o
"Imoit varied itocki in ioaOnltailbUtea..
Oar ladles' a KldjBa1S'pJlhoe,,
worked button Boie,aun.
eaeellcd. tX-t Sr3
Oar Chtldrea'aand Mla' Stroaa
rNetiool Shoes, rrom 91 Bipward,
beat anytblaa In Ihe market.
Oar Oeualne Cslf Men'a Shoes.
seamless yarna, at all
styles and shapes, are tha best
la the wot Id 1
Reduction in Prices
On everything; In ouriitabllihmant. W
an crowded with goodi, and rnoit work
hem off before tha leason oloiei.
COMK EARLT BEFORE THE RUSH I
ZlilalAKIt & CO.
300 THAIS STHEET.
OKfl AAA YARDS LKVEE WORK.
JjOKJ UUU In quantitiei to iuit out-
flU, from baKeviewtoU. a. canning.
price! and prompt pay. Apply to loof, JHo-
(inw.n A Do.. Mami.hi. lenn.. or on worn
t .1 . B. Mrl.AWS A CO
Snboerlbejor the wApiieal.
McClellan dead.liffs the veil which has concealed the tru 3 history of 1861 and 1882
Hi wai perhapi thi best-loved and at the lame time the best-aboed min thU
oountry ever produced. When he wai dead it wai found that lie nao " "'"-
story for bis children. This booh eonlalns It. It ii a wonderful story.- revealing
tha secret hl.tory" of the first yean ot tha war ir ib nana, k""""""
known the truthi thii book now makei publio.
fSold oaly by biiberliitlon. auem aa a
. CIIAS. Im WEBSTER CO., rublisheraj,
3 Fast 14th Street. Sew York Clty,
E WITZMAif M? Co.
WholeHale Dealers and Publishers,
Sols Agents for tb following JTirit-Claii InitrumenUs
STBINWAY and KNABE
PIANOS Kranich & Bach; Gabler, anC WheeiocK.
OBGANS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
mm-k NEW 7-OCTAVB PIANO FOR fl0.-M
Write for Cologne. !Voi. gal and g3 Weeond Wtreol. lylemirlWa
T. B. SIMS, Prea'I.OCO. ARNOLD, V.-Pres't, W. II. KIKKEDAT, 8ee).
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARIKE BUSINESS.
tc9"Conntry Storea, Dwellings and UlulioiiHe u npeciauy
HS-Letwes AU J lifted Prouiplly, and Fald ai Memphis.
.WILKERSON, GEO. ARNOLD, J.W.RICHARDSON. T. F. DUFPIS
W P PHNAVANT, T. W. PTWB. JOHN AFMISTR'n.
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Picture Kail Mouldings and Jlixed Paints.
HOUSE, SIGN AND TRESCO PAZNTSS.
KO. VA Ql OTHKCT, - - - - MOtriHS. TEXlfi
W. T HOWimE.
8. IV 1IOWDUE,
34 and 30 iWndtnoit Ht.. t Memphle. Tewni
ILLY. ROPER & BEILLY,
Qi ocers & Cotton Factors,
Ho. CM nsala (Street, Gayosw Kloelt.
17 A ATT fflrTVill fllfl
Confections, Glaces, rkNougat Caramels, French Fruit Olaces,
Creati Bon Bon8,FineIFrench.;Handmadei;Creams2and
EonBons, Chocolates, Ices and Nougatines.
Tratean find heie:goodi '1AT:,REIAIL."ClniJanyaquantlUeiJat
The IPtters & Sawrie Co.'s Retail SEetablishment,
Xa. 43 JeOenion 8treel, Opposite TheirFelory.
Theta ara tie flneit Oonfeetloni that tha MempMi Publio haveleverlhad tha opportunltf
taTTry Onr "New CiaiiihironfwtlellclonauWJBl
Speer s Cotton Gm
j REMOVED TO
Iluliiiff from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
&" Inxuranoe and Sacks free.
"WThe Largest and only Complete Gin In tho city.
HoTBest Yield. Best SampleJ J
BliSBaiy nnww as.wi.i.i,i-.rst ansnniBWi mm rwf eigiiBiiigapsiiw 1 1 i.iisi