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CtMXMtpMheataa DM Stout Traltia
leva a itoliowai Fui tin Wava at 9:S
e. a. St. Laou feat tine leavet at 5:30
f. m. Put arrivaa at 1.30 p.m. I M.
Levi I fad I'a. rr at 8:40 a. m.
toove aa ioHowi Nr Orleeaa a til arrivaa
aWily at 00 a.ia.i Uil a t
tiardia eoarnntaod 't'on arrWni daily at :W
am.: Ihin d.lly at 8:45 pin. Local
treiaat arrive! daily lnwit Panda al l:!
.( leave deilr lopt Sunday at 8:14
a.. Wa tran d sot atop a flaf ata
tiona, Bor Wauiebav.a, ilora Laka &eablt
iui.iip Wnlley KoaM (I. M. .
KB it 1. My.) I renin on thit roa fol
lawa: Haw Orleana lat mail, dally, leave
a 4:30 p.m.i Viokibara eiprea,- daily,
laavaa at:15 a.m. riear Orleane fai Bail,
daily, arrival :10 a.m. Viokaburg ax
area daily, arrivaa el5:4A p.m.
aemievMlt aad aalvill Tralaa
tare aa lollowt Vatt mail arrivaa daily at
:1&a-m.i laavaa at lOilo p.m. I Bail laavaa
daily at 10:10 a.m. arrivaa at 4:U0 p.m.
' Brewaavllle eeoom modattom laavaa daily!
leapt Sunday, at bM p.m. I arrivaa daily,
xoertSnadev. at W a.m. (atandardtime).
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- ! uiatMlal Xralna laava M. and
T. dpe iaa fol owai No. 4, Kanaa City .1
preaa. laavaa at 10:46 e.m. No. 8, Kaaia
City eipreea, arrivaa at S:S0 p.m. Mo. 1,
Kanaaa City mail, laavaa at 6. -00 p.m. t Ha. 1,
Keaaa City mall, arrivaa at Istt a.m. No.
:&U Loala aad Cbloaao eiprea, laavaa at
6 ruO p.m. Ma. 1. St. Loala and Ubioeaoei-
Xreaa, arrivaa atliaoa.m. la ffet ttaadaj,
pril la, DMA.
Meaapkia mm Ckwlastatm .Train
kova a followai Tiroaaa. exprea laavaa
ally at 10:00 p.m. Hall and axpree laavaa
ally at 10100 a.m. Bomervill eeeommode
tioa laaivat dally, axaapt Bandar, at 4:40
p.m. Tareac eapree arrivaa daily at 6:S
a.m. stall aad axpraaa arrivaa dally at 10 :
S.m, BoatervUle eeeoaamedellos arrival
ally, axeapt Baaday, at I :S0 a.m.
Menapbia, tiraaiaaiauimt a sal Atlaaf
tto-Boily Bert eat-TrelM aaeve M
( allewai Ha.lleevea Mampkla daily at ii46
p.m.t arrive at Holly Bpriafi atoiUp.m.i
So. 8 laavaa Holly Borlaaa daily at t:U
a.aa.l arrival at Maapala at 10il0a.m.i Me.
6 laavaa Mempk.li dally at TfU p.m., arrivaa
at Holly Bprlnxa at 11:46 P.m.i Mo. leavaa
BaUyyprinxa dally at lift a.fc., arrivaa at
kfemph 1 Id :45 a.m.. :
Meaambta mm Unit Koak.-Trelat
move aa lallowa (aaatral ataadard timet I
Wo. I leave dally at 4: p.m.1 arrivaa at
tit p.m. No. t leave atB:ta.m.: arrive
at 6 a.m. Ma. i (frelahl) leave Hopelela
aUvlaiMpt Baaday)al liS) a.m,t arrival
JW JUahama: Snow; northm$terly
winds; VMorff adliovtary bvomtUr,
For Mimmipvi and Louisiana: &no
or farm, folio wis! 6y fair weather; north
erly triad, becoming iveiterly; itaiionary
For limrmtt: Heavy mow; northwest'
rly tmnrf; tlighily eolder.
lorArkantw Fair weather; northerly
Vtndi; Uaiionnry lempiratur.
8 MX) p.m.i:
Maxlmnin temperature, 25.
Minimum temperature, vi.
Oaoca, 11 a.m., 2.
The one (tor? brick house, No. 177
Adimi .rtrefl wai damaged early yea.
terdT morning by fiie to the extent
o! $60. Tbt Are i ciaaed by de
ieotlva flue; '
It ia nnonnoed that the first
through freltrht train over the Mem'
hla, Braniwick an1 Atlaotio etten
aionolthe KtntM City road to Near
Albany will be Bent oat next Taee
T. , ,
Oliver Bowden. the colored man
who la chug d wit h a criminal aaaaalt
npon Uattie Weat, a reapeotable and
modest mulatto girl, was, lound Rnlliy
In tti VdwiDKl Uoart yeaierday and
a Sentenced to ten ara In the penlten-
The reception to be tiyen the
arpeInrr)ann pirty will Uka place
In the psrloia of the Oayoeo Hotel,
from S to 11 o'clock, on the evening of
Wedneeday, December 8th, A fall
repreaentatTon of onr aoeiety people
la expected to be preaent.
Trustee Andrew Harrla waa Inter
viewed by an ArriAL reporter yea er
day, and aald that he would, when the
mandamna kitaed against ' him came
np lorttraring, ehow good eauie why
beahonld not turn over delinquent
polltax litta to Q. K. Weatheiford.
The ldiea o( the First Presbyte
rian Church will give a novel enter
tainment next Friday night, Decern
, ter 10th, at the church parlor. The
traditional f'Old Woman that Lived in
11 er Bhou" will be there with her nu
meront prog iny, and furniah amuse
ment for;young and old.
MftTiige llcenm were issiiBd yee
terdav to T. K. Hit flyend Mri. Mat-
tie Ytca, ,Thoe. richavftie (colored)
and Marr Bianford (colored), Liu e
Kankln (co'ored) and Annie Trlitg
(colored), Waller L. Uronks aod Mug
Lena La ie, Harry Bmlth (colored) and
. Jennie Erana (colored). ' '
Sleigh,' ;ridiog became, suddenly
faahionaiilo' vesterday, but Memnhia
has grOwn too mttropolittn ti notice
ancn toiogs. Time waa when the oc-
' enpanti of alight were pelted with
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tuai leaiuro oi proviuuiaiiBm, ana
nowaday a ele;gh attracta little more
notice tuaa a atrtetcar. . ,
lre. vv, a. xtugjF, riURens uauieia
and R. A. Venable and their congrega
tions will Anita with the pastor aod
eonBTfgntion of the Central Bintlat
T TTT TJi Tt W r I 1
Church thla evening In holding a
apecial memorial aervipe- to the la
mented Dr. Bylvanna JLandnm. The
aervicea will be bf general internet to
tola oommnnity, ana; all ,ajf, cordially
The following chancery aalea ware
made yesterday: Lot .10; block 62,
Dixon' subdivision, 70x150 feet, on
weat side of Walnut street,' to M. 0.
Pearoe for $16t; lot 11, block S3, Dix
on enbdlviaion, on Porter street, to M.
O. Pearcs for $126 5 . 173 acrta on
Pigeon Booit road, known as the
Bethel place, to Mrs. Dnella Wheeler
forttOOO. - . ..; r
Mrs. H. Hot-ton, finperlntend
ntof Public I net ruction, sends os the
following; "Owing to the inclemency
of the weather there waa no meeting
eJ the Shelby County Reading Circle
yeeterday. The members are requested
to meet next Saturday, wben a fall at
tendance is d elred, aa the books for
coarse. reading have arrived, and we
do not wiaa to get behind other cir
Manafoid's Christinas cflaplay la
now ready, and embraces a wealth of
pretty things heretofore unrivalled
even at that popular eetabliahment;
Toilet casea of bronse, covered with
plush, .and valued at $160, are among
the expensive novelties for sale. The
Christinas cards are particularly beau
tiful, and ait ths' goode exhibited are
notable for new and tasteful deslgna
and exquisite workmanship.
The following named gentlemen
on the Day Reception Committee for
the Ionian Harper party are requested
to meet at the riesisalppi and Tennee
aee raikoad depot at 9:15 o'clock to
morrow ( Mood?) momiogto go down
the Louisville. Nw Orleans and Texas
road in a special Car and meet the in
vited nU'wrs: D. P. Hidden, chair i
man; W. J. Chief, T. II. Tresevant, J.
T. Fargasm, ISmraet Woodson, J. 8. 1
Menken, Jamee Pnelan, J. M. Pr.illipe, I
Bar. Titer. Wind.
30820 200 N.
H0SI7 24 0 N.W.
3(tB9 23.0 N.W.
J. W.Dilhvd, W W.8thoolfield,i.T.
Pe tit and E. A. Keeling.
Jom h H. Hayee, egd 80 year,
ewit hmaa cf the Lnu evdle and
N'ehville railroaJ, wa rni over by a
freight train of thut roed at 1 o'c'o"k
p.m. yea erday af. th foot of Main
'w, receiving trjaries from which
be subsequently died. Tht train was
backing and liases f olinhly walked
In advance of it at a alow gar, instead
of availing faimaelf of the arljoinlrg
truck. Deputy Onroner Barry neld an
ir qu a1, but could discover uo culpa
bilny on the part of anyone concerned
in the accident.
H. 0. Nall and wif returned from
New York ltst night.
Two xxcaLLanT pictures, by Misi
May, are on exhibition in Byrd'a win
dows. Mas J. 8. MaNxan has arrived from
Now York and ia atopping at the
Tbb Rev. Wn. Fllnn, of Mobile, ii
in tne city, atopping at vt. Mew
Musi Lotma and Janie Johnson, of
Tuacnmbia, Ala., are viaiting relatives
Tata Bey. John E. Craig, of Phila
delphia, Pa., arrived in the eity yes
terday, on a visit to relatives.
Mua Maav Cutrroir, a charming
brnnetta, of Macon. Ga., Is the gneat el
Mr. Jamee k. iseaaly, 387 Vance street,
In the present issue of the Arretx
will be lonnd in full the report of the
Water Committee and Mr. Bnllock'a
' Jacob Fbixdmam, of Boston, pro
prietor of the New Memphis Theater
and the aenier member of the firm
of Friedman Broa., ia in the city.
TnaRev. Dr. Fllnn, a prominent
Preebvterlan clergyman, formerly of
New Oi leans, bnt more recently of
Mobile, ia in the city viaiting relatives.
J. K. Hbxtkb and wife, of Victoria,
Tex , will arrive la the city today, on
their bridal tour, and during their
stay here will bathe euesta of Mr. and
Mrs. Uexter, No. 88 Exchange' atreet.
R. O. Obaio and wife will celebrate
the golden wedding of Mr. Oralg'a
parents tomorro from 4 to 7 o'clock
p.m. at their residence, No. 101 Union
atreet, and have Issued cards of invi
tation to their friends.
En Law, a prospering merchant of
Fort Worth, Tex., and Mrs, Jacob
Bbawl. of Marianne, Ark., left for
borne lan night. They have been vis
iting their mother, who has been
dangerously ill, but ia now out of
Full report of the arguments before
the Presbytery of Louisville in the
Converse case In full. Son of His
Father, by Ellis Oliphant, In the
Fraeklin Square Library, and a full
line of reading, at Manaford'a, who
will keep open nntil 1 o'clock today.
J. H. Post and bla handsome and
accomplished wife, who have been
spending several dsya with their
brother-in-law, Dr. B. O. Kelaay, de-
Sirted for their home, in Cleveland,
., last evening. Mr. Post is a promt
jjent buel ee maq ot Cleveland, and
thinks Mem nhi (ha fflrtftt nrnanftri.lt
and enUrprltriniroity in the Bauth.
GERBEB fc METTE'S
BABGAXSS TI1IS WEEK!
LAST CHA5CEI LAST CHANCE I
SO dosen Ladiea Merino Vesta, fnll
regn'ar made at f 1 00, aold else
where at $1 75.
35 dosen Oenta' Merino Bblrta and
Pan's, $1 00 each : regular price
Miwea' and Children's Bhlrta and
Drawers from 25o upward.
Ladies' Merino Vests, 60c and 65o;
extra good value.
White Blankets, Colored Blankets,
10-4, 11-4 and 12-4, from $1 26
to $16 60.
Gents' Cardigan Jackets, from $2 00
to $7 50.
Glovra, Gloves, Gloves Ladles'
Kid, Cashmere and Fur Gloves.
Gents' Doitskin, Caslimore and
BurkGlovee. Children's Gloves
in all stylea.
Ladiea' Newmarkets and Short
Wraps at an immense reduction.
Ladiea' and Children's Jackets and
Jerseys, thn largest stock In the
city, at low pricks.
Bed nt tear lit
To reduce onr immense stock in
thla line we shall offer apecial bar
gaina in Cashmeres, Henrietta
Clotb, Dianonals, etc., etc. Ladies
needing anything in this line can
not atlord to let this chanoa
Lsdiea Linen and 811k Hdkfa, .
GenU' Linen and 811k Hdkfa,
Silk and Cashmere Madiera.
In this department we carry the
largeat and best aelected stock In
tbia city. Every lady in the city
will bear na out In our assertion.
Come and look we charge noth
ing for the trouble.
GEBBER A METTE.
867 Kjtta Street
llakarllats C)ttai 8taella,aie S4 at
Bathat Uathal Battant
Clear water, warm rooms. Batba cf
ail descriptions ; rot and cold. 25 cents.
at the Tnrkith Bathhouse. No. 222
becond atreet, near Adams.
The hats and bonnets at Lavlgne'a
are me most appropriate tor cold
weather. Ladiea ahould call and ex
Dyeing and Cleaning.
Ladiea and gents' clothes olesned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Lonis Relgel, 68 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Good received by express.
HaberllBgOtttiaai nieaiclla, S10 M at.
Elixir is werranted, Is because It is
the beet Blood Preparation known.
It 'Will poeiuveiv cure all mood Dia
enges, purities the whole syBtom, and
thoroughly builds up the oonstitutioa.
Jicmcmbcr, wo guarautco it
MEMPHIS JIA1LV APPEAL- SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1886.
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FINE FflESCU DttESS O00US
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AT lilLP PRICE t
Oa Monday morning we place on
sale our entire stock of Fine Im
ported Dress Patterns at half price.
Ladles who want dresses for pres
ent or future nee ahould not fail to
see the finest collection of novel
ties aver brought to Memphis,
marked at one-half their real value.
Fine Plnsb, Beaded and Camel s
Hair effects, all new, fresh goods
of this aeason'a purchase.
f 7.00 yon can buy a dreaa 114.00
12.60 " " " 26.00
16.00 " M 80 00
17.60 " ' " 35 00
2000 " " 40.00
2(00 - u 60.00
All our fine trimming goods re
duced. Handaome plaid and stripe,
plush and wool efleota, 42 in. wide,
at $1.75, worth $3.
At 11.60. $2 and $3 per yard,
Trimming Goods, worth double.
At $160 per yard, 45 in. All
Wool Camel's Hair Stripe, reduced
from $1 35 : with plain to match at
$lj reduced from $1 60.
At 76c per yard, 54 In. All Wool
Checked Suiting!, Just the thing
for cold weather, worth $1 60.
At &0c, a few odd pieces heavy
All Wool Dress Suiting, 64 in. wide.
Gall for theae early as we have but
a limited quantity.
At 47)0 per yard, we offer all our
42 in. All Wool Dree Good at
thla price, worth from 75o to SI.-
At 15a, 20a and 25o per yard, we
offer a line of Double Fold Drees
GooJc, which are sold everywhere
at almost double the price.
At 87jc, the beet value we offer
In our All Wool French Shooda
Cloth; full line of beet ahadee.
These goods are worth 60c per yard.
BLACK DBKfcS GOODS.
Borne apecial bargains offered in
thla department which yon cannot
afford to overlook.
We will plaoa on aale a line of 48
in. Cashmere at Wo, worth $1 6J
One lot 42 in. Diagonal at (Oc,
worth 76o per yard.
One lot 36 in. Homespun,4 splen
did value, only 25s per yard.
20 Pieces Frenoh Plaid Flaunela,
bright plaid, well worth 60c;
to cloaa this lot will be aold at
35c per yard.
50 Pieces Colored Opera Flanne'a,
nice, fresh goods ; colors, Car
dinal, Bine, Pmk and Rd. and
well worth 60o; we offer this
line at 32 c per yard.
20 Pieces All Wool Navy Blue
Twilled Flannels, beat bargain
ever aold for this money, only
20i) per yard.
10 Pieces 7-8 wide Shaker Domnt
Flannel, other houaea aek 35a
for it; we will close the lot at
22 i a per yard.
20 Pieces All Wool 6 4 Caeei more.',
choice goods, just the tbinij for
men'a and boy's west; onr
price haa been 13 per yard, but
an we are overstocked we now
aek $2 per yard.
10 Pieces All Wool 6 4 Cassimeree,
still better goods, and would be
a bargain at $3 60; we have
marked this lot down to $2 60
per yard. Don't make a mistake
and overlook thla big bargain.
At 20c a pair, Ladiea' Dark Fancy
Cotton Hose, full fashioned,
At 26c a pair, Ladies' Cotton Hose,
dark solid colors and black, .'nil
fa hloned, genuine oil colors,
worth 4 jo.
At 25o a pair, something new and
, the beet bargains ever offered,
Children's Pore English Oath
mere Hose, with spilt cotton
feet, a warm and durable stock
ing and fully worth 50c ; all sites.
Wool and Merino Uaderwar I
Gents' All Wool Scarlet Shirts and
Drawers, $1 25 per suit.
Gents' Fancy fitripe All Wool
Shirts and Drawers, $3 per auit.
Ladies' Merino Vee'a, silk stitch,
silk bound, 4-bntt m front, with
silk catch stitch, 60c: also La
dies' Drawers to match at aame
pries. . ,
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One lot Silk Umbrellas at $3 60.
One lot Gold and Silver Head Silk
Umbrellas only $3 25.
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B. LOU ENTEI A BBOS.
II. LOWENSTEEV at BUOS.
Bargains cf mora than ordinary
interest. Read what follow. It
cinnctfa lto inierist eviry larly
who needa or contemplates buying
a dress or wrap. Our prices w
know are far below those ark'd
elsewhere, and onr awortmerit the
largest and most complete in the
50 B'ack Silk Dre see, brocade vel
vet nnnele. handeomn it trim
mints, worth from $10 to $50,
ail reduced to 127 60.
100 Ladies Worsted Dresses, in
cluding tailor made snits, cloth
and aatrakban combinations
and bair e tripes, etc., worth
$27 50 to $30, all reduced to
60 Ladiea' Cashmere Diesnes, in
duck or colon, worth $10, re
duced to so zo.
100 Russian Circulars (all we have),
worth $15 and $20, reduced to
25 Silk Rnsalan Circulars, quilted
linlnes. fine fur eollar and trim
mings, worth $20 to $25, reduced
to 912 70.
25 Silk Newmarkets, oullted llnins .
fine fur cellars, worth $15, re-
20 Plush Newmarket, good box
plush, quilted lining,worth $25,
reduced to $15.
60 Plush Short Wraps,! ar trimmed,
quilted eatin linings, at $12 75.
100 Bonclo Jackets, tailor made, at
100 Astrakhan Jackets, double
breasted, large buttons, $5.
100 Fineat Imported Astrakhan
Jackets, satin lined, at $11. -
760 Best Black Hair Muffs, 95c.
60 Mimes' White Gooney Seta,
muff and collar. $2.
25 Mis-ee' Imitation Seal Seta,
muff and collar, $3 75.
25 Misses' Chinchilla Sets, $5.
Gents' Smoking Jacked A Gowns.
12 Japanese Smoking Jackets, all
eilk, plain, $0 60.
12 Japaneae Silk Smoking Jackets,
embroidered collar, cuffs and
pockety $9. ' ;
12 Japanese Silk Smoking Jackets,
all embroidered, f 12.
12 Japaneie Silk Dreadog Gowns,
12 Japanese Silk Dressing Gowns,
embroidered collar, caffs and
12 Japineee 8Uk Dreyiinj Gowns,.
all embroidered, 120., v L ,,1:0'
NOTB THE REDUCTIONS !
10 4 White Wool Blanket at $1 60,
former price $2 25.
10-4 White Wool Blankets at $2,
former price $2 75.
10- 4 White Wool Blankets at $2 00,
former prioe $3 76.
11 4 White Wool Blankets at $3 65,
former price $4 85.
11- 4 White Wool Blankets at $4 15,
former price $3.
11- 4 White Wool Blankets at $5 35.
former price $8 75.
12- 4 White Wool Blankets at $8 25,
former pnca$7 50.
12 4 White Wool Blankets at $6 00,
former price $4 60.
12-4 White Wool Blankets at $8,
former price $9 60.
10-4 Gray Wool B ankets at $1 75,
former price $2 25.
10 4 Gny Wool Blankets at $2 20,
former price $3.
11-4 Gray Wool Blankets at $2 00,
former price $4.
10 4 Red Wool Blankets at $3 40,
former pi ice $4 50.
10- 4 Red Wool Blankets at $4 60,
former price $5 75.
11- 4 Red Wool Blauke's (extra) at
$7 60, former prioe $9.
11-4 Rod Wool Blankets (extra) at
$10 75, former price $12 50.
600 Bed Comforts 65a, reduced from
400 Bed Comfort $1, reduced from
30 Bed Comforts $1 25, reduced
from $1 75.
Lap Robe and Horse Blankets in
all qualities at great reductions.
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At $1 65 (2 yard) Tapes' ry Rugs,
large assortment of patterns.
At 60c, Tapestry Mats, great vari
ety of patterns.
At $3 75, Velvet Rugs, 2 yards long,
big assortment , in newest
At$l 25 Imported Velvet Ruga.
Our line of Smyrna Ragi is com
plete, having been aelected spe
cially for the Holiday trade,
compriaing many new and
beautiful pattern a.
Tapestry Brussels Carpet 660 per
Ingrain Carpets 70eand 76c per
We have the beat selection and the
largeat stock of Body Brussels,
Velvets, Moouettee, a Wilton
Three Plye, ingrain Carpets,
etc, in the city, at the very
B. LOWE!8TEE A BBOS
JACK'S . fiEEL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Noa. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET UEHPH'S, TEXliV
Iaa?" SPECIAL PBICES te Railroad
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S0e Per Tarl,
Limited quantity, 30 inch Colored
At $1 25 Per Yard.
A Splendid Black All Pure Silk
Cachemire, Finest Fllle Fran
caise, worth at least $2 215.
At 97 l-2c Per Yard,
Just received, 50 pieces splendid
dresa quality Satin Rhadames,
(black only), worth almoBt dou
ble the price; also a superior
grade at $1 15, equally aa cheap
as the former.
At $1 67 18 Per Yard,
Just a ;few .lengths left of those
extra fine 22-inch Colored Suit
ing Velvets, which we are clos
ing out; former price of these
goods $4 50 per yard. They run
in lengths from 5 to 20 yards.
HOLIDAY GOODS I
On second floor a beautiful assort
ment of Bieque, Unbreakable,
Rubber, Wax and Rig Dolls
all si sea and prices.
Also a4 handsome line of Bisque
Ornaments, Peaohhlow Antique
Vases, Limoges Ware, Rudd
stadt Ware, English Worcester,
Viennese Terra Gotta, etc. etc
B. LOWE18TEE A BBOS.
The superior fare and arrangements
for the accommodation of guests at
this hotel receive the most favorable
comments from all who atop there.
Located bo conveniently to the busi
ness portion of the city, managed in
auch a way as to please ita guests, and
ita table supplied ia a manner snr
pasing any hotel ever in Memphis,
the Peabody ranks with the best in
j. m. urn a Co.. 1
Who have been selling Boots and
ShofB in Memphis for many years,
never allow themselves to be excelled
in quantity or quality of etock. Their
large store, corner oi Main and Union
streets, contains all the late and hand
some stylea in Boots and Shoes, which
are for sale at very jow prices.
La bob lot of new music boxes and
automatic instruments Just received at
Hollenberg's, No. 226 Ma n street.
Fish, Beef, Mutton and all other good
market meats, aa well as Oyiters, can
he had at the store of V. D. Fuchs,
Noa. 30 and 41 Jefferson street. Mr.
Fuchs ia careful in filling orders, and
aenda out only the beet.
BIG BARQAINS IN FURNITURE,
CARPET AND WILLOW FANCY
SUITABLE FOR XMA8 PRESENTS,
WHOME9ALE AND RETAIL.
AMES, BEATIIE & CO., 383 Main st
Baberllaai CoStoa tHeaella, SIO M at.
Elegant funeral designs made to
order at Central Nursery, No. 09 Mark
et stiwt TelephoneNo717.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
and Lowest pricea. At '
MITCHELL 4 BRYSON'8,
308 Main Street,'
HaborlluR Cotton Rteaelle. BIO Ml.
All styles of Orguinettes, Including
the Little Dot, Aurephone, Mel dia,
Musette, Oeleeiina and Herophone,
from $3 60 to 125 each, at Honck'a
Music Stores, Nos. 3S5 and 389 Main
Bbst violin, guitar and banjo strings
at Hollenberg's, No. 320 Main street
LIAinJFACTUREUS AND JOBBERS
aut Levee Contractors for Wagon
Confections, Glaces, Nougat Caramels, French! Fruit (tt?Mei ;
Cream Bon Bona, Fine French Handmade Creams 'and 4r;" '
, Bon Bonn, Chocolates, Ices and Nougatines. .
Tea eaa flndlthaaa geeas "AT. RETAIL," in any qnanUti, at 'Z '. i 7, V-Tf
The Peters ft Sawrie Co.'s Retail Ectabllshmeitt; h;
Ko. 43 Jeflerson 8treetOppolte Their Factory. .'"
Thate era th laaat Ooafactioni that th MemphU Pabli have ever had the OpBortoattt - :
to parehaae. 1 ' ' . f .. .,.,
afiTTry Onr "New Cream latf !flont.w-g .-i -
W. T BOWDRE,
84 and SO Matliaon St., t Meroplita, Tenn.
at. tX DAT.
Utaaf y.B-navASaa: Late of Maaaliw
DAT, HORTON & BAILER
Cr.CCERS AND COTTON FACTOR?,
StO-SSS Front Street Mentwliia Tema.
Haling from Mulberry
t& Insuranoe and Sacks free.
"The Largest and only Complete Gin in the ottr
tQTBewt Yield. Best Sample-
CLOSING OUT BmYLE
TEJiDIbyS, HO. 259 MAIS ST.
In order to effect immediate aale
of our complete stock of Clothing,
we offer tbia week extra induce
ments, and have made a further re
daction in oat previous low prices.
Oar stock most be sold at whatever
cost.. To all who parehaae this
week we offer an additional dis
count of 5 per cent, on pricea here
tofore marked. Dj not fail to ex
amine onr large line of Overcoats,
Winter Baits and Farnishitg Goods
before making your purchases.
YEN DIG'S, NO. 250 MAIN ST.
II IT 8 AJiD CAPS.
Examine Winter Btjles at
COHEN'S, 219 Main Street
HakerllBcCetton Btenalla, BlO tJd at.
D. W. Hughes, No. 293 Main street,
has recently received a large lot of the
latest and most attractive jewelry.
His general stock of watches, iawelrv
and diampnds embrace a great variety
of superior goods, and he ia ottering 4
tnem at very low prices. Uo and aee
him abont pretty articles for Christ
To the PnbUc -We
are prepared to contract and
furnish best Alabama splint coal at
40 centa per barrel, delivered. Large
ordeis and car load lots special.
! P. M. PATTERSON A CO.,
278 Second tret.
BHELVIHe laadlaaUbla to meet any Deed
or baainea. It I oheaperthao old atyle. Caa
be pot np bv any one. Uneqamivicl far
fantry nd Book Mholvra. Ad dreaa .
iti i iuiri
V.t: -aa-fe-- ' "jii-ij J4,..
V !;- lf'tj ..
laauaoiaa Hard war t., si. Loais.Mo.
WEl EJt, f ec'jr and Trea.
Scraper and Cart Harness
A fiartea. I ill i'f It'll i I OiiWlO
s. w. BAiurr.
to St Martin Streets
A I'lf let
AND YOU'LL PROFIT BY IT 'f
IF YOU ARE WISE.
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HERE'S A POINTER l-Qood ' t V
Clothing is always the oheapest, a , r ..
ai. 5iTva guuu near aua gwu aituoiavv .( g ,
tion. It lasts the longest, and ia by ' ' ' ';
lar the best to buy.
HERE'S ANOTHER POINT
ER! The Misfit Glothinci Pa- .
lobs, 262 Second street, sell noth-'
ing but good Clothing. Our special
ty is Fine Clothing, bought at saori
fise prioes from the Merchant Tail
org, and offered to the publio at bar
HERE'S A SUIT POINTER I
A real Well-made Suit, selling tot
less than a muoh 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. We
have them in Sacka, Cutaways,
Prince Alberts, Full Dress, and all .
styles in vogue at the preesnt time. '
We have no oheap grades of suits, .
but the extraordinary low prioes at
whioh 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.
HERE'S AN OVERCOAT .
POINTER l If yon haven't an N
Overeoat you'll soon have to get one.
You may have bnt a little money to ;
spend, but yet yon want the beat ax-
tiole yon can get for that small suin. , ,
Well, yon can get the best for th , ;
least money at the Misfit CLOTHwa .
Parlors. ( ;
HERE'S A PANTS POINTER ;
Ia addition to the Lowest Prioes,
we have the Rest Assortment and
the Best Fabrics in Memphis When) -'
good goods and oheap prioes go to-
nether, the purchaser is always surs
of getting the most .value for his h
money. See the point? . ... .
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn..
N.B. Remember, all alterations to
insure a Perfeot Fit, DONE FREH '
OF CHARGE, by First-olasa Tailora
in onr Parlore.
Ilaarerllns CottM SteawUs, no 84 at.
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