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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1886.
TUB WE A.TIIBR.
. Jr Alabama, MittUrippi and hmioi
m j Fair weaiKeri norrtwsatwty windt;
Jar Tmmmm: Fair weaiher; north
tmti rty wiftii; dightly odder.
for Artanta: twr wtauur; port
tmttrly wmdt; Aifling to tarierly, colder.
Thi Ohio riser will rim tiigKOy from
Cbtcinnaii to Cairo; the Tennetm wilt
remain nearly mionary; the Miuiuippi
tmd aU other riven will faU ilowly.
""Tune. " Bar. j Tner. Wind. W'tli'r
7:00 a.m.2!977 430 8. Clear.
8:00 p.m. 66 0 N.W. Oiear.
V) KM p.m. 30 2 '1 42.0 N.W Oletr.
"Maximum temperature, 56.
Minimum temperature, 37.
Oione, 11 .m., 1.
Th, Telephone Committee oi the
ihar'ty ball aesnn to excite the atten
tion el tbe uatcs.
-'Qua. M. T. Williamson has been
annoanctd bv nil many mend aa
. candidate far raegletrate in the Fifth
Crvtl D atrlct
The necotlatlona'f r the onaollda-
tion oi tbe at root railways are off, it
being impossible to obtain the consent
- 4.1- . V,o rMli.r.a
Apply to Sistera oi flood Shepherd
on Biulevard. lor Christmas tree.
slants, abrubs, etc., tor beautifying
nddtoora'ine gardena. Mold atrea-
Theie will be an important meet
Ins oi the Womnn's-Christian Tenr
rerance Union Monday, at 3 o'clock
n.m.. it 27S Main street. Every mem
ber Is earnestly requested to bs pres
Tbe pastors oi the co-operating
chuicheeare requested to meat at the
Cumberland Presbyterian Church, on
Monday, at 11 o'clock a.m. to arrange
programme lor trie weeK oi prayer,
Capt Ham 8. Brown recently pur
chassd at Lexington, Ky., the fallow
ing well known race horsat: Bine
Wine, Bob Fisher. Duke of Bnnrbon
and Blue Garter, paying $21,050 for
the Int. These horses will all start at
the Memphis Spring Meeting. '
A charter, styled Ashland Male
and Female School, with W. II. Y.r
brounb, J. A. McClelland, T. II. Pos
ton, J. A. Armstrong and W. H. She!
by us incorporators, was filed in the
Regifctcr's office yesterday.to be located
in the Fourth Civil District of Shelby
unarms x. wrignt win be or
dalned this morning at the 11 o'clock
services at St. Mary b Cathedral, Pop
lar street, by the lit. Rev. Bishop
Qalntard. - Mr. Wright was educated
at theUnlvtrj.'ly ci the South. The
ordination te:mon will be preached
Dy U13 JtJisuop.
Mr. Ben Wilson, of this city, was
yesterday appointed by Jo. dim U ill. of
the United Mates District Court of
MisalttlDpi, receiver of the Mobile and
JNortn western Marrow Guage rnilroul,
under the foreclosure suit of 8. Ka'x
en merger's sons. Mr. Wilson was
lately connected with the Chesapeaki
anu ooutnweuern raiiroaa.
' The following marriage licenses
were lswnd yse'erdsy: Gnome Wool
sey end Miss Harsh Gill. Win. Milton
and Vis. Millie Lewis, Albert Thomas
nd Mrs. N'rclfS, Riches, hymns Fel
ton and Miss Surah Gardner, Wesly
uerry anil MifS Aienor rtitmundson
a. M. Davis and Amman Paik, Mad
son Monroe and Mirs Maria Brown
colored; P. II Cocke and Miss Minnie
V. Sbelton, Ailred Tiask and Miss Jo
All friends of the Liath Orphan
Asylnra are earnomly rq nested to
contribute to the annnal Christmas
dinner, to be itivan tbe orphans
Christmas day. These contributions
will be received by a committee of
ladies at the First Methodist Church
corner Second and Poplar streets, on
rnuay, udcerauer zi'n, between the
bonrs rf l a.m. and 3 p.m. Remember
these little ones, and let your doua
lions oe uuem.
Tbe case ot the Forked Deer
Milling Ojinpiny, of Dyeriburg,
Tenn., atninht the Kickers iu Rolliuv
Mill Ojmpnny, of Grand K
Mich., which tins been on trial iu the
United States District Court f.ir
we k, was decided yesterday by Judge
Hammond in favor cf defendants.
The plaintiff) purchased a flunring
mm oi ueiera mis ana claimed that i
did not come np to contract. They
asked for a receiver to take charge of
me mm, return me amount paid on
same, anti pay uaoiaiies for non-par
iorunce of contract. The court held
that plaintiff must keep the mill, and
reierreutne c to a trustee to take
testimony whether any damages have
vyu muuricu ny inanition by resson
vi ueiecuve operation oi the mill par-
vuhku ui utitrjUHn,S.
At St Lonla liwl Ki-I,!av Mm T..1;
inoningham, nee Miss Jnlia Topo, of
civiiiB, uLuniueu , veratct ol Sib'
vw aga unt me i copie s Hallway Com
pany lorinjuties teceivod by falllna
' ixoiu lus piauorin oi
sireet car approaching the Poplar
uuau viuiug, on robrta
Street. A train was in nlirht
onely c'oee to the crossing and coming
on at a rapid spoed when th, street
ar reached the crossing. Toe driver
of tbe horse car could not contrcl the
praxe, as Mrs. Uunmngham supposed
in time to prevent a collision, and she
made a jump for her life, falling on
her back in the street and causing
permanent injnriea of a very serious
cnaracter. I he conduct or, whost
business it was to rat ahead and warn
the driver, failed to do aa in time to
prevtoii icate among the passenger;,
At the adjourned meeting of the
new lodge of Knights of Honor, in
South Memphis (Miller's Hall), niov
4een sddftiounl charter members were
uomiea, making lorty-nvs in all,
goouiy number to start off with. The
aegree won was then exemplified
npon two candidates, the various
cnaira being niled ai follows: Geo. E.
Hswklnsj ol No. 406, as P. P. j W. B,
aoiiunu, oi no. 4t. as protector ; J
jueoruuKF, oi j. zrs, as Yice pro
tector; Mia. Brooks, of No. 212, aa
cnapiain; mis. . M. Reynolds, of No.
4M, as gnide, ;and Edward B ante, of
iwaai RUAi-uiaq, xner, were also
assisting: u. I. Owsns, I). O. P.; J.
r. 1'rescott, of No. 405, P. P. and sec
retary, and U. Huase, of No. 143. Tbe
oeremory caused off in an eiceilont
uinuuar. oroincr j. Mcllrooks was
called npon, and for half an hour
iiigniy eniartatned the crowded lodgu
uil uiueiy remarks and advice,
Which were vtr appropriate to the
Ivory, Celluloid, Fine Woods,
Combs and Brushes
in Endlf ss Vaiicty.
, J. Mile9's Drug Store 1
No. 299 Main stieet
Oou W. M. Cmaea la In Ue dty.
Ma. O. M. WwsTO. of Washinr
ton, is at tbt Gayosj Hotel
G. B. Foasicx, one of tha proprietors
of the Iogleton Quarries of North Ala
bama, la in th, city.
Haaar Cuminof Bpriogfleld, Mo.,
is in town slopping with bis wile s ,
family, 106 Adams itrM. I
. J. O'ibsbu of the Boathern News
Company leaves ToesJay for Iouis-
ville t j apend tQe boitaays,
R A. Rrihinobim oi tha Nashville
American la in tbe city and will remaio
until Monday night, when bo will
leave for bis borne.
W. D. Tiuct. A. B. Tracy and Misses
Imogen and Elenor Tracy, of New
York Utty, are in me cny, miuuB
their relative, CoL B. B. Bnowden.
P. D. TtiBKnu. Ions identified With
the iewelrv business of Memphis, baa
mads a business connection with M.
Goodman A Co., lata tbe Jet Palace.
Miss Amma Lib Polk, of Helena,
Ark., is visitlna Miss Pet Galloway
at the Pesbady Hotel, and will ba one
cf her bridesmaids at her marriage.
trwhlch has been du'y announced.
Tea many friends cf Mil. W. L,
Anderson, cotton salesman of Hill,
Fontaine & Co., will be pleased to
hear that he is on the high road to re
covery from bis recent severs spell of
Mies Emma Galloway, youngest
daughter of 0. B. Galloway, of the
Pea body Hotel, who baa been at Vs
asr for nearly two years, will reach
the city this morning on a brief
vi'it to her relatives and friends.
Miss Fbank Writhit of Washing
ton, D. O.. is visiting Mrs. B, T.
Cooper, 60 Court s'reet. She will be
remembered aa aiding in tae reception
at the triple wed. ing at the residence
of U. A. Montgomery about a year ago,
Tub closing extrrfsesof the Rolfe
Gr immar School, December 24, 1880,
at 2:30 p.m. y;der of exercises: Ad
dress of welcome I Latin). L. II. Tread'
well; Dissert tloB on man, W. P. Mat-
cat: "via Krktmnen, w. M. uox
Recitation In I - ar (conducted Dy
Prof. L. Rol'e); Racitation in German,
(conducted by Prof. Ltndlsberg and
Mr. Root) ; Essay, W. Uesstck ; " J ra
eiscbe Gerchinht')." E. M. Durham
"The Loss of tbe Arctic," A. D. Mc
GEBBElt A METTE'N
Tbo Place for liollduy Presents I
Immense display of Goods.
Lowest Prices! Lowent Prices I
Come early and avoid the rush.
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS I
BILK MUFFLERS I
We are showing the largest stock
and best selection in Ladies',Genta'
and Children's Handkerchiefs ever
displayed by any house. Special
prices to par! lis buying In large
quantities. Fancy bu s free of
KID AND CASUMEUE GLOVES I
We shall open Monday a com
plete line of Ladies' and Misses'
Kids, Gents' Kids and Dog Skin
Gloves, both plain and lined.
Woolen and Bilk Wristlets.
Misses and Children's Gloves
Ladles' Leather Bics
and Pocket Books.
Scarfs and Tidies,
la felt aud linen.
Lace Bod Beta.
Lace Sham and Tidies.
Ladies' Cuffd and Collars.
GcnU' Onus and Collars.
Suspenders in silk and cotton.
An endless variety of Scar's.
Toilet Sets romfl CO t j $15 a sot.
Elrgaut Table C'oth and
Njpkiua to match.
Fancy Towels and Table Covers.
Balmorals and Wool Skiits.
Gents' Cardigan Jackets.
Silk Uoae at a reduction.
Fancy Articles! Fancy Articles!
Suitable for preseata,
fl7 60 to $20 Blankets.
ON MONDAY 10 ONLY f
Store open OTery Night next week.
UEltBEII A NiITTl-
- 867 Us la Street
An Elegant Combination
of Mnsic Botes In Toilet Cacs.
J. J. Miles's Drug Strore,
No. 2W Msln street.
HfcrllB CtlB ataaells, 10 M at,
CCRAFAKL. the Great Runner and
Breakfiut Fry. For fule by Wwt & Co.,
oo jeueraoa street, near lairu.
MiMruie Steam Lanndrv flnUS
snirts.speclaliy lor evening wear.
Tbe rrettlcNt r let area.
Hnch as are taken at Bingham A Hll
liard's, are veryappiopriate lor Christ
Fpll line of holiday ancA at M.
Goodman & Co.'s, late Jet Palace.
Ai'i'sio Riils for 60c-former price
at H. G. IloIlenhergV.
Marltrtl down lor on wvrk. Toy
Bid Cnufly. Bper nt 4 Walter's.
B. LO WEH8TJEO ak BBOS.
momm a '
Preparations having been made for
tbe proper reception of '
He will bold Via Levees Daily,
(la onr north window)
At the following hours to 11
a.m., 3 to 5 p.m., 7 to 9 at night.
Read this attractive list ot
6TJITABLB AND SENSIBLE
CLOAK and SUIT DEPARTMENT
... .....M ......
Hot What Yon Cm
f 6 CBU.
500 Best EnaMsh Hare Mnffj.
25 D(hq Ladies' Bet Calico
Mother Hubbard Wraoners.
100 All Wool 40x10 Shoulder
109 Ladles' and Misssa' Gosea
mers. all slaes.
200 Lsdies' Black all wool Jersey s.
100 Misses' all wool Jerseys, any
color, witn vest.
At $3 00.
Large sirs Crochet Sh wls, any
60 Ladies' best Sliver Gray Gos
100 Hots Children's Fancy Fars.
25 Doa;n Ladles' Fine Jerseys.
At fjl 75.
125 Ladles' Heavy
50 Ladies' Cashmere and Flannel
100 Ltdiea' Heavy a'l wool Shawls.
150 Lidiea' Astrakhan, Oheveron
and Stockinette Jackets.
At $0 75.
60 Lsdies' Odf tie Circulars, quil
ed lining, heavy fur collar, any
100 Ladies Cloth Newmarkets.
5 Heavy hit wool Velvet Fin
200 Children's Cloak?, Just re
ceivtd, worth $10.
75 Children's Cloth Dresses, re
duced frjrn $12.
100 Lxdiee' Bouclo Short Wraps,
fur trimmed, fur ball fringe,
worth f 13.
. At t 50.
150 Ladies' Cloth Russian Circu
lnra, worth $18.
100 Ladies' Imported Cloth New
50 Ladies' P,ush Short Wraps, fur
100 Misses' Fine CI altf, 12, 14, 10
years, reduced from f is.
25 Ladles' Cashmere and Cloi
Dresses, reduced from $13 and
12 Genta' Silk Smoking Jackets,
enihroidced collar, cuffs and
At $13 50.
150 Imported Cloth Nownnrkets
(all we have), reduod from $20
2 f inest Holeil Bilk KU'cun uir
cnliirn, rcduoed from $25.
100 Btat Box Plush Short Wrap?,
quilted satin lining, far and
tall trimming, worm ou
12 LtdieV Piush Newmarkets
25 Ladles' Cloth and Tricot Suits,
.5 Misnea' Silk and Velvet Dress
es, 12, 14, 16 years.worth $25.
20 Lsdirs' Fine Tailor Made Suits,
60 Ladies' HbuI Plu?h 8hortWiBp,
ha'l fringe, reduced from $27 60
12 Gonts' Japanese Silk Dressing
Ujwns, embroidered cull, col
lar and rackets.
25 Ladies' Finest Silk Circulars.
best American Sable and XXX
squirrel lining, worth $50.
20 Paris and Berlin Short Wraps,
a low novelties; the greater
part ot this lot black valvet
with jit trimming, reduce
from $50 aud $80.
18 Fins Seal Pluih Newmarkets
and Riglauds, bevnrald be
fore tor leas than $85.
6 Very Elcgint Black Bilk Cos
tumes, worth from $80 to $100.
4 XXX AlR-ka Seal Short Wiap,
genutue London dye, worth
4 Alaska Seal Hnrquet, 40 Inches
ionp, wortlt 17o.
3 Alssk Seal Short Wrapa,
trimmeJIwlth plucked Otter or
rem uiack ox fur.woitb (2U0
4 Alaska 8.ftl Sacques, Quality
aa, 41) in. long, worth $210.
4 AUska Seal Sacques, quality
aa, vj in. long, worln $225.
3 Alaska Seal 8cqnes,warrantvl
beet London dye.qualityXXX,
leegtn j inches, worth f 375.
4 Alaska final NawmarkeUi, war
ranted best London dye, length
66 inches, worth $500.
Kvenlasra Dnrlasr Week
B. ft HHOS.
B. LO TESHTFAN BBOS.
An jther column of appropriate
At Lower Piices Than Ever.
DRESS GOODS I DRESS GOOD J I
AT 15o PER YARD.
Double laid WhipOorl and
gonai Suitings, worth 2oc.
AT 60c PER YARD.
64 inch all wool Cheviot Suitings,
very limited qnantity of these
goodi, worth $1 25.
AT 47Jo PER YARD.
20 -pieces Camel's Hair Serges,
Checks and Siriped Suitings,
worth 75 j to $1.
AT 50c PER YARD.
A line of gooda in Plush Effects for
trimming and combinations, re
duced from $1.
AT $2 PER PATTERN.
Robes in boxes, Fall Dress Pat
terns, worth $3 76.
AT $7 PER PATTERN.
50 Dress Patterns, which have
been sold all season at from $10
AT $10 PER PATTERN.
50 Drew Patterns, which have
been sold all season at from $15
AT 60is PER YARD.
20 pieces Banuockbarn Suitings,
45 inches wide, in beautiful
mixtures, regular price 75c
Adapted for t'hrllnam Present.
100 French Sateen Robes, all dark
and rich colore, at $4.
100 Gingham Suits at $1 25.
250 Combinations in Calico, 15
y.ird patterns, at $1.
Y.'j ara offering a choice line of
Laces and Lac 9 Goods suitable
for Holiday Presents.
600 pieces Lad ea' Neckwear at 25a
each, worth from 50c to $1 25.
10 pieces Black Goipure and Chin
tilly Lace Xt, 27 inches wide,
from $1 ti $3 per yard, worth
from II 75 to $5.
One lot of 200 real Duchesse Lacs
Handkerchiefs and Collarettes,
all diff'ernut, worth from $2 to
to $,'6. Those we have marked
at half priea.
New lot of Crepe de Chine fringed
Scaris, all colors; nothing sicer
for a Christmas present.
10 Dozen Children's Collars at.25o
5 Doe n Children's Collars at 35o
5 Dos u Chi! 'ren'a Collars pt 7fi
Tli bove .ro wo;:ti Ir.ui COj to
$1 2'e vM.
Ill u k l.'ca Scarfs worth $1 25
Black Lice Scarfs worth $2 for
Black LaceFkhus worth $1 25 for
B ack Lacs Fichus worth $2 for
One lot of Oreum Cotton Lace, 1J ti
3 inches aide, oa!y 3c per yard.
Beaded Fronts, Panels and Laces.
To close out our fall atock we
offer them at lees than 60 cents
on the dollar.
HOUSE FURNISHING WOODS.
25 Diron floe all linn Hemstitched
towels, formerly sold at ft) par
dnoii, reduced ti OUseacti.
10 Pieces all linen Bleached Table
D.'mntk, 61 in. wide, worth
$1 25, reduced to 85c por yard,
We display an elegant Assortment
ot Bleached Damask Cloths, with
fringe in all white and colored
boiders, with Napkins to match,
lengths of cloths from 27 yds to
47 yds Ion?, ranging in price
lromij to Jl5 per set.
A handsome linr of Hand Embroid
ered Linen Tidies and Towels.
A 'bo, a superb lot of Novelty Tow
els, worth from $1 60 to $2 60
each ; this we have marked to
close at $1.
Haudkerchicfu I Handkerchiefs !
Of every description, from the
Lowest to the Finest Grades.
Ladies' Printed Border Hem
Lmlks' White lloniutitched Hand
Ladies' Initial Hemstitched Hand
Lidi:s' White and Colored Silk
Ladies' Silk Embroidered Hand
Children's Printod Border and
Genta' White Hemstitched Hand
kerchiefs. Gents' Initial Hemstitched Hand
kerchiefs.' Gents' White and Colored Silk
Genta' Silk Ponee Handkerchiefs.
Gents' Japanese) Silk Handkerchiefs
uents' uasnmere aud Silk uuiuors.
HoT Don't bny handkerchiefs until
you have examiued our stock. Re
member, we bavj the largest stock,
best variety, at prices lower than
any other houes is tbe city.
A handsome box given with every
half dot.n handkerchiefs.
Open every evening during the
week until 0 o clock.
It. LOWEX.tTEIX at BBOS.
B. IXWEXTEC at BBOS.
STILL AJJOTflER C0LUMX
CHBKELL&Si! CMBKELLAS t
Silk Umbrellas in gold, silver, onyx
and buckhorn beads, from $3
Silk Suspenders, one pair in a glass
box with fancy cards, $1 25,
$1 60, $1 75, $2 and $2 60 a pair.
Embroidered Silk Suspenders, one
pair in glass box with hsndsome
Christmas cards, $4 60 a pair.
We have placed on onr counters
two lots of Saspenders which
are exceedingly low in price,
bnt splendid value.
One lot silk corded ends at 60c pair.
One lot in white and fancy colors
at 25c a pair.
Ve have an immense variety of
Scarfs for gentlemen and boys,
in velvet, silks, satins and heavy
ribbed piper, at all prices ; hand
some box with each Scarf.
Lanndried Shirts, one in a box,
splendid goods, at $U
The best line of Boys' Wool Neg
ligee Shirts irom $1 to $2 25 each.
Merino Shirts and Drawers from
75c to $3 60 each.
Lace Curtains $ 1 601 1 25
Lace Curtains 2 00 1 50
Lace CurtaluB 3 25 2 50
Lace Curtains 4 50 3 60
Lace Curtains 5 60 4 60
Laca Curtains 6 50 5 00
Lace Curtains 7 50 6 CO
Lace Curtains 9 00 7 50
Lace Curtains 10 00 8 00
Tambour LsceCurtalns 12 00 10 00
Tambour LaoeCurtaias 2500 20 00
Tambour LaceOurt.iins 30 00 23 60
Tambour LaceCurta'ns 4 00 33 60
Wehavo marked down our fine
linea of Turkish and Vienna
Portieres to such figures thai
will guarantee a speedy sale.
At Actual Cost Our entire ttock
of Embroidered Felt Table
Scarfs, 4-4 Embroidered Felt
and Stand Covers, Embroidered
Felt for Mantel Liiubrequins,
Piuih Einb'o:d3d Lambrc
(juiua and PiiuU Scarfs.
Raw Silks, Rimies Spun Silks, Pvt
tet Points, Silk Flushes, Mohair
Plushes, all wool and Union
Terrys, Hair Cloth, Furniture
Linen, Fringo, etc., at great re
ductions from former prices.
Cornice Poles 35c, 45c, 50c, 65: and
90s each, in walnut, cherry and
Brass Drapery Chains and Hooks
complete, 350, 40c, 45c, 60c and
NPECIAL HOLIDAY PBICE.
We have a few pieces of Tapestry
Brussels left, which we offer to
close at 66c per yard.
6000 yards of all wool Ingrain Car
pets at 65o a yard.
Oilcloth Mats at 25c.
Tapestry Mats at 50c.
Smyrna "Mats at 95c.
2 yard Tapestry Rugs at $1 75.
2 yard Velvet Rugs at $3 25.
Large Sofa Velvet Rugs at $6 75.
Large Tapestry So .'a Rugs at $5 50,
Smyrna Rag at $3 50 and $4.
Smyrna Rugi, 2 yards, at $0.
JUST RECEIVED. .
A handsome line of Kensington
Squares in high art designs and
: CHRISTMAS CARDS.
Endless variety at extremely
OPEN EVERY NIGHT THI8
WEEK UNTIL NINE
B. LOWEXSTEIIV A B BOS.
m NUltlM aaaaBaaMMa,aaa,c,M .
B. LO WEX8TEIHT BBOS.
Reasonable Presents for the
Handsome black and colored
Silk Dret s Patterns, specially pre
pared for Christmas presents.
.BIG DRIVE IN PLU8HE3.
One lot full 23 inch hand made
plushes at $1 75 per yard. Same
goods have been sold throughout
the season at $3. This line com
prises a splendid assortment oi the
moat fashionable shades of the sea
aan. (Sold only In Dress Lengths.)
Piasb and Lrather Goods,
Dolls, Bkque and Vienesse Orna
ments, Toys, etc.
Inspection solicitsd. You. will
find our prices much lower than
HOSIERY, HOSIERY, HOSIERY,
For Co'ilday Presents.
Lidiea' pure spun Silk Hose, dark
colors and black.with white split
feet, $1 50 a pair, worth 12 60.
We show a magnificent line of high
novelties in French and English
Lisle Thread Hosiery, bought
specially for Holiday presents.
175 doz?n Ladies' Cotton Hose,
d,irk fancy colors, fall regular
made, in packages of 3 pairs for
76s; worth fully 50c a pair.
Open every evening during the
week nntil 9 o'clock.
A Presant for Everybody. Fine Sou
venirs and Vases Given
SOL YENDIG'S CLOTHING HOUSE
Greater reductions than ever in
Corkscrew Suiia reduced from $18 to
Cawimere Snilsredncrd from $14 to $8.
All Wool Suits reduced from $12 to 37.
Working Suits reduced from $10 to $5
THIS WEEK THI8 WEEK.
Great bargains in boys' and childien's
Our 75 Suits must go at $2 50 ; our
$ 60 Sails must go at $4; our $3 Suits
mut go at $5.
THIS WEEK - THIS WEEK.
Special sacrihe,) in Fine Clothing.
All our fi. e Prince Albert i.Trioota
and Corkscrews, formerly $33
and $35, yonr choice now
f ix $22.
OVERCOATS - OVERCOATS.
Actually Rl.iu;liter,'d. An ex'ra good
child't) Overcoat for $3, worth $i;
a boy'a Overcoat for $, worth $10.
GENTS' FURSTI8HING GOOD3
At one-half prlc this week.' Yonr
choice of 500 styles $1 Tics f.r 25c.
To th Public I intend goin Inti
the wholesale clolhii g business ex
clusively, aid have sought the above
means of closing oat my entire retail
clothing Gtock, and yon will find it to
your interest to give me a call before
Bluff City Clothing House,
SOL. VENDIG, Prop'r.,
259 Main Street 269
Twenty-five Salesmen. Apply
tomorrow marring, ready for
work, at 8 o'clock,
MEMEN AND COMPANY.
Water Company's Office.
In order to repa'r tha twehtt'-lhch
main pipe ou Third street, I am com
pelled to shnt off the watir from tha
same. Pressure will be low in the
southern portion of the city for sev
eral hours, t'om Sunday morning at 7
o'clock until about 3 o'clock p.m.
For ptft'y things for Christmas
pressnA has been very lively at tbe
store if D. W. Hughes.
in the Greatest Variety.
J. J. Miles's Drug Store,
j No. 299 Main street
H. G. Hollsmbibo has the prettiest
designs in nprlght pianos ever brought
to Mempbis. (Jail and see wnat oar
gains he offers.
Mimphis 8te-m Laundry finish col
lars and enff j eqn d to new.
PinandV, Beige's, Condry's and
leading American Perfumoe.
i. J, Mi eVs Drug S ore,
No. 299 Main Street.
Hextrr UoflrrlBC hi entire atock
of heavy Va4arwear M coat. Call
aud be convinced.
II. LOWEXSTEIX A BBOS.
KRISS KRMGL&'S WIDOM.
What thaJollyO! Soul Has
To Say Ta Msmphis.
t There is nothing in either An
cient or Modern History to prov,
that Kriss Rringle ever had a wife,
and therefore, as he is neither dead,
nor never was married, it is impossi
ble for him to have a widow.
But it is possibleand it is true,
that the Misfit Clothing ' Par
lors, 262 Second street, are making
special CHRISTMAS OFFERS in
fine Suits, Pants and Overcoats.
Do You Want An Overcoat?
Every one is anxious to save as
much as possible when buying. Tha
Overcoat you get at the MlSFU
Clothing Parlors are cheap, be
cause they are not only low in price,
bnt also high in quality. ,
OVERCOATS for the man with but
a few dollars.
OVERCOATS for the man y,u
wants fine dreis.
OVERCOATS for everybody and at
DO YOU WANT A SUIT?
You want a good Christmas Pres
ent for yourself. You want a Real
Nice Suit, and you don't want to pay
a high price for it. Well, the Mis
fit Parlors can accommodate you.
We have high quality Suits at low
prices, and magnificent and costly
Suits which we are selling at less
than half their original value.
It is a mistake to buy poor Pant
when the Misfit Clothing Par
lors will sell you good Tailor-madt
Pants at very low figures. Remem
ber, all alterations to insure a Per
fect Fit, done free of charge.
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tena
Open evenings nntil 9; Saturdays,'
until 11 o'clock.
B. II. W. GODWIK,
39 8 Mai ti street
A handsome picture of Mrs.
Grover Cleveland given to all pur
chasers of $2 or more.
35c Silk Handkerchiefs now 20c.
5c Silk Handkerchiefs now 50c.
$135 SiU Handkerchiefs, $1.
Also fiaer qualities, and Muf
fler?, Gents' Cuff Buttons, Scarfs,
25 o Ladies' L'cen Handkerchiefs
25c Gont)' Linen Handkerchiefs
$1 60 Sitin lined Fur Muffs, 85c.
3 lUdck Fur Capts now $1 50. ,
$1 A?rrachn Cape now $2.
Leather Companions, etc.
Pluih Bug for Ladiee, etc.
50c I.adiee' Pocket Books, 2oc.
$12 50 Drest Combination now $5.
$10 Dress Combination now $5.
10 d a. m ire of those Ki 1 Gloves
$6 Newmarkets now $3.
i9 Newm trkets now $4.
$18 Newmarkete, handsome, $10.
Ladies' Underwear, All Kinds.
Mies's' Underwear, All Kinds.
Children's Underwear,All Kinds.
Gents' U aderwear, All Kinds.
$1 60 E'ectro Gossamers, $1.
$1 Biack Gossamers, 50c.
15c Wool filled Dress Goods, 10c
60c Homespun, 36 in , now 20c.
60c Cut C.shmere,38 in., now25c.
65c English Sersw, All Wool,37c
60c Rignlar made Cashmere
Ho:e now 25c
5'Jc Regular made Child Cash
mare Hose now 25c.
50a Gents' White Wool 8ocks,25c
60o Gents' Gamut's hair Half
50c Genta' Satin b?ck Scarfs, 25c.
B. II. W. GODWIN'S
398 Main street.
- sn BnuH.ercbtr nod Neckwear
at rtcatf r'. 8U ntn street
M. Goodman A Co., at 288 Main
street, corner of Madison, have a large
stock of holiday goods, embracing the
latest novelties in j owelty, which will
Pretty, uneful or ornamental, go to tha
Hughes Jewelry Store, Main street
Memphis Steam Lanndry, No. 224
Second street Calls and deliveries