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teOT. tollewei Feet lint Imvm t
a.n.l Hi. Loot, fut lin. IwtM at 8:30
p.m. Vast tin arrival t 1; p.m. I bU
Louis bat lis. arrival a 8 :40 a.m.
aaalaalnpl mm Twwwiii.-TrlM
Mot. a. lollowii Kew Orleans mall arrive
aailrat :00a.m. laavM daily a 1 5:00 ..
Cardil accommodation arrives daily at :M
am. i leaves daily at 8:45 P m. Local
freight arrive daily (eieepl Sunday at S:3p
p.m. I leave daily (exoept Sunday at 6:14
A.m. Mail traini do moi atop at flag sta.
tions, aor Whitehaven, flora Iak. fiaibit
and Loves. .
himnuiip Vallrjr Kama (a. . O.
and T. aty.) Trains on thU roa fol
low! : New Orloani fast mail, dally, leevei
at 4:30 p.m. Vlokabnri eipreai, dally,
reaves atV:l& a.m. Now Orloani fait mail,
daily, arrive U 9:10 a.m. Viokibnjf (
press, daily, arrival a 6:45 p.m.
LeaUvllla and Kaah villa Traini
Mortal follows i Fait mail arrives daily at
:1ft a.m. i leave at 10:lu p.m.i mall leael
daily at 10:1U a.m. arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brownsville accommodation leevei daily,
' except Sunday, at 6:H) p.m.t arriTM daily,
except Sunder . at S :60 a.m. (standard time).
Salt Itanie (Kansas t'llr.nprlnar.
flidMd MfmplilHi Traini leayo M. and
1. depot ai follow! : No. (, Kansas City ex
press, lesvos at 10:45 a.m. I No. S, KaniM
City xirM, arrirai at 3:30 p.m. No. 2,
SansaeOity oiail, leave at:00 p.m. t Mo. 1,
Kamai Oity mail, arrives at 8:45 a.m. No.
I. St. Loaii and Chlewo express, laarai at
6:UU p.m. I He. 1, St. Looil and Chleaaoex
pren, arrival at 8:45 a.m. la efleot Sunday,
April IS. IS.
ampins and Charleston Traini
wiove ai fbllowi t Through express leave
daily at 10:0U p. a. Mail and express leaves
UUy at B :30a. in. Bomrrvtlle aoeommoda
4ion leave daily, axoept Sunday, at 4:40
p.m. Throuxh express arrival daily etfi:ll)
a.m. Mail and axpraii arrival dally at lC :!5
5.m, Somerville eoeommodatUin arrivii
ally, axoapt Bunday, at 8 :30 a.m.
umphli, Hlnulachara and Allan
tie-Holly Springs Route Traini mova ai
fallows) No.lleavee Mompbli dally at 3:45
R.m.l arrival at Ilolly Springs at d:&8 p.m. t
0. i leave Ilolly Borings daily at 8:10
a.m.) arrival at Mamphli at lOilOa.m.t No.
ti leaves Mampbli daily at T:U p.m., arrival
at Ilolly Springs at 11:48 p.m.) Wo. 8 laavai
Molly Springs daily at liU a.m.! arrival at
Kampbii at (:48 a.m.
mpbla and LHtle Bock. Traini
nova ai lollowi (central itandard tlma)i
Mo. 1 laavai dally at 4:ifi p.m. (arrival at
:28 p.m. Mo. 8 laavai at 8:58 a.m.! arrival
at 9 .46 a.m. No. 6 (freight) loaves flopefiold
lellv (exoept Sunday) at 3:20 a.m. arrival
at 1:10 p.m.
lor Alabama: Fair weather; variable
winds; nearly stationary temperature. .
Far Miuiuipi and Louisiana : Light
taint, followed by fair weather; variable
wind; nearly stationary temperature.
lor Tennessee: Light rain, f Moved
by fair weather; variable winds; station
tor lexas: Fair vnithtr; variable
virufi; slightly colder.
For Arkantat: Light rains, followed
by fair weather; variable wind, slightly
Tlit Mississippi river will fall slowly;
the Ohio will rise slightly; the Tenneutt
and Cumberland will rise slowly; the
eXAcr rivers mil fall slightly.
Time. Bur. Xuer.
, 7:00 a.m..T0.1(IS S8.0
8:00 p.m.iltOOti.' 55 Oi
10:00 p.m UP. 154 65.0
B.W. Clo'd y
Maximum temperature, 50.
Minimum tmjwrature, Us.
Csone, 11 a.m., 0.
Uatl and Fans, with Rose Oogh'
lan aa 'Teg WolUugton," at the thoa
Ptg Woffmgtm tonight, with Mies
OaghlHn in the title role, at the New
A number of farmers from Dosoto
county, Miss., arrived in the city yes
terday rnronte to Arkansas, where
they will settle.
The residence of Mrs. Fredericks
Rhine, 123 Fourth street, was bur
vjrlarixed last night between midnight
and 1 o'clock. The thieves got away
with two pintols and a velvet sklit.
Mies Avorv, of Arkansas, who h
TiaiUng Mrs. W. K. lilll at No. 6(i
Avery street, lout hnr pockot book
yesterday morning while shopping.
The book contained two 50 bills aud
10 in change.
An attempt was mml to burger
lz9 tbe residence of Mr. J. f. O.
Wright on Kiyburu avnui, at 3
o'clock a.m. rundny morning. Mrs.
Wright gave the a'aiin, atid a couplo
of piBtol 8ho!s weia seut after tlie
burglar by her huabaud, but the
burg ar got awny.
L:(t Sunday afternoon Kzra
Lodne. No. Il'.i, Keeher Khtl Brael,
elwted the following ofllcern ta eerve
during the e:sning term: President,
Kamuel Kusenhein ; vice president, J.
L. Fros. ; si crctary, II. Lro n ; troas
nrer, M. Gnotman; conductor, M.
Jaoobaon; O. U., M. O. spari; repre
sentatives to the Grand Lodge, Nathan
Bach and Mititin Cohen.
The following marriage licenses
were Issued yesterday: D. I). Bryant
and Miss H. A. Williams, J. M. Moore
andMieiSallielijhioeoti. R. E.Morris
and Mies Lottie U. Galloway, O. A.
Landuraff end Mits Lena Ste'ur, M.
G. Black and Mis Alma W. Hays, J.
B. Baker and Miis Kmma Pennel,
Hcott Thaddins (c) and Mies Sarah
Jones (r), Wesley White (c) and Miss
Millie Howard (c), Robort Miwre (c)
and Mrs. Saish Orook (c), Wm. Hooper
(c) and Mies Delia Jor.ej (c), James
Howard (c) aud Miss Phoebe John
eon (), B. J. Bannett (c) and Mies
Malleta Pruden (r).
A new thin? for SCcUlv nnnrila ia
the "pavane," a dance which some ol
the leaders ol Parisian aoclety have
lately taken it into their heads to rs
aiscitate. It Is something like that
ciiieii alter AdaiBiu'a famous knight.
At Mme. de Rule's reception the oth-
r night, In hojor of Hmor Oestelar.
f 1 J.) . ( V ..... 1
lour conpies auireu in iiouts a v cat-
tume danced the "pavnne." For the
benefit ol those curious m such mat
tera it may be well to state that the
"pavane" cotnpri-ea a series of grave
auu urareiuj grjiiOD8, aau that tfcee
ara sniposed to be modeled after the
movements of paons, or peacocks. Tho
pavane- was introduc d from Npiin,
a'ld not. as some enonosp. fr un i.tna
it was patron icd by Catherine de Me-
uiciB. anu was a la vonte dance of mail
clad knights, who were able to take
part ia it without removing their ar
Baor; ,m tb0M ceu'omed to the
qaadrlUe the "pavane" eeemi rather
The Fire Department badly needs
: ,horB's Recently two hook
and ladder truck horses became dis
abled by hard work and bad ta be
ant to the "doctor's shop lor g-neral
repair," and a third got no bidly
"stove np by runs to hree that he
wee shot and hie Bpiiit i- he ever had
any-jeut to gri3 on the pjs
tare lana of the next world. A
hirse wan tLen borrowid from the
City Department and on yeeterdav
that poor cuiiua! we dc:ared dii
a'jIeJ. Aj no morj ho-eg cou'd lie
obtained, Chief Cleary y. t;day had
togetmnlts. aud two 'ol the mm k
ard lowly lcna; eared anlnu's ikw
ad.rn ttib Lo:k aud ladder trcck.
Last evening when the tone aonndod
a fir alarm t ie rualra declined to be
bitched up, and one ol tbem ran oat
of the house and when oat gave utter
ance to lta feeling! by braying loud
and long. When aeenred, tne track
wf t pushed and hauled oat by acorea
of citizens, bat they got no further
than Main itreet, jatt ia time to meet
the returning fire eteamer. Aa It now
stand, chonld a big fir break out at
night and the ladders be needed to
tave life, they eon id not be gotten
Uiere in time by male power.
Ifua Ella D. Taxur returned
home last evening from Fline Uafl,
Mim Kati Trades-left yesterday
morning to speed the Christmas holi
days with ielativs in i d:t rJmith, Ark
O. O. Johnko.i. division freight axent
of the "Golf" system c.f railroads, who
has bren confined o his bed fur the
past two weeks with congnttion of the
biain. result of overwork, is conva
lescing, end was at his oillcs for about
an hour yesterday.
I. Roistiter. the well known lew
eler. has gone Etst for tbe purpose of
baying a fine stock ol watchut, dia
monds, jewelry, etc., for Ms new
store, the Jet Palace, under the Tea
body Hotel, which he will open by
abont tbe middle ol January next.
MassRS. H. N. Ifcooo and Wm
Fisk. of tbe Br. Louis Globe Democrat,
have been in the city for the put two
days, and will leave today for Little
Kick. Toey appear to be ImpretsBU
with the (ubetantial evidences they
have received ol the prosperity fcl
Memphis, and recognise it as the
Future Great cily of the boo'h.
A. T. GhamberAt ux. deed to 0. F
Friddle filty acres more or less in the
Hint District, bhelby uounty. uon
THE EXCITEMENT GROWS.
Ttt COHTE8T WOH
of (he Polls at (be CloalB
There is no abatement ia the inter
Bt in the voting for the doll bride at
Kremer'a. Up to this hoar the vote
stands as fallows:
Jennie Seabrook 47
Aggie Hcully 210
Beseie Camp 137
Jennie May Brodie 123
Myra Boyd.. 76
May Lawry 3
F.ulalle Deniaon. 27
B'Bsie Mak 14U
Isabel Coleman. 10
Gertie Heiter 3i
Genevieve B.lbow 23
Thereea Jacobs 27
Nettie A Ithousi.. 13
Martha Harris .'. u... 33
Laura Wallace 12
Alma Hesse 21
Emma Tether- 2
E ta Key.. 35
tiophia Marks 14
Amy Kahn 17
Jaha Kemmes 13
Msy Micas 17
Alma Beesel , ....13
Hallie Boll Castle 18
Ballelins will be placed at 12 o'clock
m. and 6 o'clock p.m. of each of the
three days, announcing the vote.
Every purchaser of whatever amount
entitled to one vote oa beautiful bride
doll, to be votd ti tbe most popular
little girl in Memphii by
M. S. Q. KREMEK A V9.
Polls c'oee on Cbris'.mas Eve. De
ISoko ('oKlilitu'M Voice
Is tho rage of the town, and specula
tion is rife ts to how she acquired it.
A theory advanced by a promiatut
merchant on Main street n ay explain
it. He says Jhat, without bidng will
ing to vouch for the fjcl, he is willing
to bet that ehe chews Hoi. Coleman's
Ko-ko Tulu three timea a day.
4lpoal( the t'oilon Exchange, at
SSO Nrrnnd Klreni, yoa will Hart the
lateal nuU beat aty lea for mea'a wear.
r. t'AMPIll:!.!, CO.
In the ehape of hats and bonnets, are
attracting largs crowds to the store of
F. Lavlgue, lu the Odd Fellows' build
ing. He 'electa fctjck with care, and
pleases all who inapect goods.
An Eleuant Combination
of Music Boxes in Toilet Cases.
J. J. Miles's Drug Strore,
No. 290 Main street
T. J. McCarthy, an long.aad favora
bly anowa ia lb Mea'a rarnlahlav
iraaa or me ell j, u n lih
r. CAMPItGLL A CO.,
8H0 Neeond alroel.
To all purchasers
of Khoea at
LINKIIAl'ER ft LEHMAN'S,
292 Main street,
llamlaonia boa fa or I'lne Candlea
for Cbrlatmaa prmm at Hpechl'a.
rirel Fire I Fire!
Yon can buy candy very cheap.
Underwiitfr's eele this morning at 8
No. 43 Jeflereon strei t.
Holla, Trnaka, Cradlea, Drnrua, for
praeBta,at Kprrht A Walter's.
MasRsciiAuii sets, piprs, cigar and
clgarutte holders, cigar cases, and
many other useful and pretty thiaga
for Christmas presents at Bamelson's
Cigar Palace. A ches'nut bell with
F. Campbell o. ara abowlactha
latest Bovelllralai Serkwrar, Hand.
korchlera,lavra,Collara aad Cull a
Urn. 0 Wf.oad Mrotif.
LADits, go to Samelsm's Cigar Pal
ace and buy one ol their fine Meer
schaum aets for your husband's
Ohriatmas present if you want some
t'cBAFAiL, the gr.at Hnpper and
BreakUet Fry. For s tie by Weet & Co.,
No. 03 JtHcrsDn s'reet, near Third.
in Cut Gl3 Hi, t' Ins
of Beautiful Shent'B.
J. 3. Milwh's l)ru Btoro,
No. '.yy M .in street.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY.
D. LOWEASTEIX at BBOS.
t.Mtiii mmm mmnmi
FOU S.1WTA CLAtS,
The little man can be
From 9 to 11 a.m , 8 to 5 p.m.,
ad 7 to 9 at night.
ItBESS GOOD DEPARTMENT.
Acceptable Holiday Presents AT
For 15c and 20c per lard,
You can buy double fold Dress
Goods, all wool tilling, very an
propriate for Christmas ores
ents, sold formerly atSCcand
4Uo per yard.
' At $2 Of),
We offer full Dress Patterns in
boxes nice goods which an
not be had elsewhere for lees
At $7 00,
Fine imported Dreta Patterns, very
aty lien jnst tbe thing lor
Christmas rresenta worth f 15
At 75c per Yard,
We offer all wool Cheviot checks
and mixture!. These goods are
full 54 inches wide and aold
throughout the entire season at
ll all per yard.
HOUSE FUBblSIIIXO GOODS.
In thia department we ofior lor
today four items that cannot fail to
attract, from the fact that they are
cheaper than ever offered before,
and would be more than acceptable
One lot ol splendid Marseilles
limits, tun sire, which we have
reduces specially iroin $3 5U to
One lot ol good durable Crochet
U'tnts, sua 1U 4, worth f 1 25.
These yon can have lor
One lot Cardinal Damask, about 10
piece all we have lull 62 in.
wide, pretty goods, sold else
where at $1 To. Thia has been
marked for today at
83c per Yard.
Fine 8-4 unbleached Damask, all
linen our $i za goods this
we reduced, to close, at
85o per Yard.
EXTRA HOLIDAY BARGAINS.
All our $15 Gold Head Silk Urn
brellai reduced to $11.
Our Onyx end Gold Head $12 Silk
Uinbrollas reduced to $10.
Our 9 Buckhorn and Gold Head
Silk Umbrsllaa reduced to J 7.
Out $ Gold and Silver Head Um
brellas reduced to t4.
I ! oatt
Ladies' Cotton Hose, dark fancy
styles, full regular made, 25c
Di-r noir. worth double.
Ladies' Cotton Hose, dark eolld col-
ois and black, lull regular made,
at 25c per pair, worth 50c.
DONT make env nurchases In
this line before looking carefully
through our immense stock. Ra
member that we have all kinds
and at all prices. No euch barmina
offer d anywhere. For Handker
chiefs and MufUirs, in your own
interest, call at headquarters.
MiTWe glva a handsome box with
every half dosin.
Such as Plush Boxes. Boxes of
every description. Siatuarv. Dolls.
etc. .have been marked away down.
They must go regardless ol cost.
Handsome Line of
Almost given away.
Onr Suit and Cloak Department
Represents more genuine bargains
..A.. til 11 - J 1
iiiiu yvu viiii uuu auvwuBitf
In tha rltv
See thoee 95c Muffs very service-
aoie ana accepuDie lor
Every style and kind for ladies,
gen ta, misses ana cnnaren at
Remarkably Low Prices.
Open during the week nntil 9
..... .......M .
II. LOWFJVSTEIX at imOS.
a o a Maaataa a at
FOB THIS DAT ONLY.
FIVE ROUSING BARGAINS
FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS
BARGAIN NUMBER 1.
AT 8Ja a yard, or 12 yards for $1,
all onr 20c and 25c Dri as Goods,
plain, brocade and fancy.
BARGAIN NUMBER 2.
AT 21c a yard, all our double width
English Cheviots. DiaaoDalaand
Checked 'lothB,Bold at 40c and
i!o a y ara.
BARGAIN NUMBER 8.
AT 371;. all onr French Serges.
stripes, JOucleand Maxony buit-
lngs, sola at UUc and loc a yard.
BARGAIN NUMBER 4.
All Onr Paris Oombioatinn Pat
terns, surpassing in variety and
elegance any othor assortment
in tbe city, at
Jnst Half Former Price!
BARGAIN NUMBER 5.
AT 97c, balance (only 21 pieces) of
our ceieDrated Jouuara iyons
Black Hiiks, warranted pure dye,
good value at $1 60.
AT tl 35, to clofe (only 9 pieces),
a'l our Uoloet Dlack Uros Urain
Silks, worth 2 25. Oar selliDg
price TODAY is lees then
coat of importation. Only 20
yards will be sold to each cus
tomer. BARGAINS IN CLOIIIIXG.
All in need of Clothing, for men
and boys, should attend our
BARGAIN SALE TODAY.
AT 10c, tbe balance of onr Polo
Caps (only 40 diesn). Yon all
know the pricais 25c.
1030 beantiful Brocaded Hem
stitched and Pongee Silk Hand
kerchiefs at 50c and 75c, worth
100 dosen Lsdiea' All Ltnen, beau
tifully embroidered initial hem
stitched Handkerchiefs, re
3 FOR 60a.
Price yesterday waa 25c each.
MENKES AND COMPANY.
Special Clearing Said Today
Of Eisy and Rocking Chairs, Man
tel Mirrors and Japanese
CALL KABLT AtVD GET CHOICE.
P. M. Btahlrt. funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison street.
Miss Cabrib M. K bating. pfaniBt.
may be found at the Uayoao Hotel.
Memphis St?am Laundry. Callrt and
deliveries free. Telephone No. 21.
Chsstnut bells given awav to everv
purchaser of Christmas presents at
tfaiuelson'B Cigar l'a'aje.
Maiifnis Wholeale Meat Co.. 11
Adams. Daily fresh Beef.Poik and Mut
ton, ato Corned Be; f. Orders eolleited
and promptly filled. Telephone 874.
Tei Herbal Chill Uuro. tho best
tonlosml anti-reriodin known. A oarlalc
and lure eoro for ehilli. fries It per bot
tle Band itamw for clrculan. Any ref-
ronn into, Adtlrsi Joan 0. ttucker,
Mki.lin's Food, the only perfect
substitute for mother's milk, is rec
ommended by our most prominent
physicians a tbe beet and safest food
for infants. It contains no farinacoens
matter, which so often produces dis
order.! of the stomach.
State ol Tennessee, Shelby County:
Personally appeared "before me,
Thoa. Fleming, J. P., of said county,
Henry Uemple, and made oath in due
form of law, that from information
received by him, and believing the
same to bs true, 1 am now satisfied
that S. II. Pool, defendant in suit of
Henry Uemple and wife vs. 8. 11.
Pool, now pending in the Circuit
Court of this county, is not guilty aa
cbargdd in the facts tot forth in said
euit; and farther, I believe that the
information on which I brought taid
suit was false, and it is my de,iro to
diemiss the suit above mentioned at
out of plaintiff. henry ukmclb.
Sworn to and subscribed to before me
this 21st day of December, 1880.
I1I0S. FLKMING, J. 1
Automatic S. Machines $50, White
office. KKT a eo.
Plush Toilet Cases,
Finest and Handsomest
ever exhibited in this city.
J.J. Miles's Drug Store,
No. 209 Main atreet.
flTlvni'TNATr. n.. Domh.r 21 Nlaht
Rltar 24 feet 11 lnrhai on tba tauia and ril
ing. Weather drlialluc rain.
VICKSHURO. Ml8S.,Denber 21. Night
Danarteili Citr of Cairo. Mainpliiu 11. K.
rinblaand tow. New Orleans. Puiaednp:
John A. Wood and tow, Ohio riren Uttid-
t star, Cincinnati.
EVANS V1L1E, IND., Deoomber 21
Uht River 13 Icat 8 Inehea on the aaun
nd rliint Wfalber-thermometer 41. lo-
i art li Mar; llounion end unio. kincinnau.
lha Desoto, for IdemrhU, ii due.
NKW ORLEANS, LA.,v December 21.
Uht Arrivpd: llnilpil H Intnl. littllthoU'S
tender John llen-y. ISt, l.oun. The (.has. P.
huutdiiu km detmnrd takmf on lainher nt
ixiio-ilion l'nrk till this eveuina , when ihe
t'liartcd tor Menil'hie.
LUllksVILlG, KY., Doosmber 21. Nlkht
lttver H iot Infhci In the o iriKl and I tool
iiH'liee on the (nil nn.l rising, neatlier
udjr end nn!d. wiln dr irlmi rntn. Ar-
vail: mi iteye Mala, .ncini'Ui. l'0'rwai
DECEMBER! 22, 1886.
Chaneerr CrCKllt. CkMnU.r
Decrees passed December 21st: Da-
w I I I A.L 1
vi vb jiTim'o, remoyii 01 lana:
j uoanmi tb uosieno, rezerence; An
Dim Vsl C ")Iim an rlnnran rtn tannrf
ennedy va Campbell, decree on de
murrer, i'ota vb xtoner, revivor;
Bar on vs Fizer, title to Eaton ; Loague
va rrvor. teava 11 amenn ? NratA va a i
con. hiamiwal aa In 2(1(1 mnram
Call of calendar as published will be
Orimlaal Vonwt DnBoae, Jadara
Calendar for todav: Nob. 85. Cal
Raid: 15. Anderson Wriaht: 2l)2.
Dick Jonts: 67, Louis Jiffctrifs; 142.
O. A. 6. Hhaw; 143, By Smith; 201,'
Joe Uomnedonico; 203. wrlliana K)b-
inson: 116, T. P. Colt-John Farmer
l4o, Henry .Lewis.
Circuit Cnart Ealev, J !(.
The cvse nl Parker asainst r-ims was
beardl by the Court wl.hout a iuiv
and taken under advisement.
The jury in the case of Donnelly
vs. tbe iAuisville, JNew Orleans and
Texas railroad rendered a verdict for
the plaintiff in the sum ol $1086 75.
Calendar for today: 9017. Ameli
Jobneonva Tom Brown; 9086, Uocker
V8asman; UL'U'J, wnitelaw va Mem
phis ana Charleston railroad; V216,
Wright vs lowniend: Wiw. Town
send va wrigbt; Will, baton vs
Stieger; 8630, Kortrecht vsaicbreyer;
9193, Collier vs Taxing District; 9198,
urayaer va frank.
A Present for Everybody. Fine Sou
venirs and Vases Given
SOL YESDIG'S CLOTHING HOUSE.
Greater reductions than ever in
Corkscrew Suita reduced from $18 to
Cfsslmere Snits reduced from $1 4 to $8,
All Wool Suita reduced from $12 to $7.
Working Suits reduced from $10 to $5
THIS WEEK THIS WEEK.
Great bargains in boys' and children's
Our $ Buits must go st $2 60: our
$3 60 Suits must go at $l;cur$8 Suits
must go at Jo.
THIS WEEK THI8 WEEK.
Special sacrifice in Fmo Clothing.
ah our nne rnnce Alberts, Tricots
and Corkscrews, formerly $30
and $35, your choice now
OVERCOATS - OVERCOATS.
Actually slaughtered. An extra good
l, ; i ,l r ,... . o , u u .
UllllU O UVClVJAb 1UI WUllU U, I
a boy's Overcoat for $5, worth $10.
GENTS FURNISHING G00D3
i one-nan price mis weex. - xour
choice of 500 styles $1 Ties for 25c.
To thb Public I intend going into
the wholesale clothing business ex
clusively, and have sought the above
means of closing out my entire retail
clothing stock, and you will find it to
your interest to give me a call before
Bluff City CloUIug House, .
SOL. VESDIG, Prop'r.,
229 Main Street 259
T.J. McCarthy, ao long; and favora-
fcly known to the Mea'a Farnlsblna;
trade of the cily. la with
F. lAMPBKLL ds CO.,
280 Second itreet.
Cnnlvivr tlin draat Bnnna, n il
Breukfaat Frv. For sale bv West & Co..
No. 65 Jeflenon etreet. near Third.
Harked down for ona week. Toys
and Candy. Kpecht Wnltcr'a.
To all Purchasers
8 ao83 at
IAS KUAl'ER & LEHMAN'S,
292 Main ttrect,
Toilet HcU, Manicure Sate,
Smoking bets, Shaving Sots,
J. J. Miles's Drag Store,
No. 209 Mjiln Street.
Order for all kinds of (Shirt made
to nieaanre at U21 and 210 Second
atreet. F. C.M PI1EM. A CO.
For fine cnt flowers and boquets and
funeral designs of all descriptions and
decorations for parties and entoitain
menta and weddings. A great many
of my friends are witness to the fact
that one ot the finest decorations ever
made in Memphis was at J. C. Neely'a
last Thursday night. Bear in mind
you can get just aa fine decorations in
Mempbla as in any other city by giv
ing notice ahead at the greenhouse
and nursery, Hernando road, two
blocks south of Hernando curve.
H. MO0RB, Florlat.
Opposite the Cotton Exchange, at
880 Necond atreet, yon will Bud the
latest and beat aty lea for men'a wear.
F. CAMPBELL CO,
Ivory, Celluloid, Fine Woods,
Combs and Brushes
in Endless Variety.
J. J. Miles's Drug StoreJ
No. 299 Main street.
Memphis Steam Laundry fiaish col
lars and cuffs equal to new.
See the Toy a at
giPKI'ttT dfc WALTER'S.
Pinand'e, Keiger's, Coudry'a and
leading American Perfumes.
J. J. Mi es'fl Drug Store,
No. 299 Main Street.
To all Purchasers
of Shoes' at
LIS KH AVER & LE (IX AX'S
292 Main street,
F. Campbell A Co. are ahowlna; the
lateat novtlfiea in Krckwear, Hand
krrchltfa, dlovea, Collars and Caffs.
Ko. B80 Sccand Wlryet.
in the Greatest Variety.
J. J. Miles' Drug Stole,
No. 299 Main a'reet.
Muirms Steam Laundry, Ni 224
Second street. CalU .and deliveries
Thia oowdar navar variai. A mural
parity, itrenitth and wholecmenn. Mora
aeonomioal than tha ordinary kindi, and
cannot da tola id oompatuion witu tha mui
titoda of low tat, ihort weight alum or
IiBoaiiData powder", bold ONLT IX OASB
KOYII4 HA KINO PODEK CO..
lim wan utreet. rnr.
Sick Hearfnche and rellm all the tronblca Inel
dent to a bllioui nate ot the avitem, aach aa Die.
ineea. Ntnrra, Urowainrsa, Uiatreaa arter eatmr,
Pain in the Sid.'. &c. While their moil remark.
tble iucccm hu ben ahown in curing
Hoadachc,yciCurtir-Little Liver Pilli are eqnall)
valuable in CoiiBtipurlon, curing and preventing
tliiaannovlnifeompliinl, while thry alto correct
til dieordrra of tbe slouiac.li, atlmulate the live!
uia regulate tne uowme. vcn ir tut-y only cured
Kche they would bo almost priceless' to tlioie wht
iiillrr from thia dislrcBiinir complaint: but fortu.
nutelr their goodneaa dora not end here, and tbost
who onco try them will And theee little pilla valu.
ible in so many ways thrt they will not be willing
to do without them. But after all nek head
le the bane of so many lives that hero Is where mi
ilte our crcat boast. Our DlUs cute It wliili
others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pills are verv small and
very easy to tako. One or twobills make a dose.
They are ncl lv vccotablo and do not trine 01
purge, but by their pi ntle action please all who
use them. In vials at S3 cents; five for $1. Sold
by druggists everywhere, or sent by niaT.
CARTER MEDICINE OL".,
New York Ci. .',
Wholesale and Retail.
278 Necoud Street.
Importer and Dealer la
Sana, Cubing; Tackle and Sporta.
pen's Hnnnllr. par Rpaalal atientlot
Wan to MANUJACTURIKd and B3
413 fttaJn fit.. Memuiifio. Tont
In the Country should order tho
CIIKISTJUN CANDY BOX.
Ask your Grocer or Druggist for it,
or Bond to SPECIIT & WALTER,
Manufacturers, and tako no other.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Itn porters and dealari la Hnna, Ammn.
nltlon and flahlna; Tavrtilo, Balldera'
Hardware, taotitrlo ikilla and Am
nnelalorafor Hotels and Ksideseai,S4S
Main atront, Mnaanhla, Tessa. Elactrle
supplies alwajs ob hand. .Repalrlaaaaatll
ISO. 1. itATUER, A. H. KELLER,
Yi. A. J0US0X,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
And A rents for the Purchase, Sale or
Lease of Lands,
TUSCUflBlA & SHEFFIELD,
anrSpecls.1 tttantlon given to the examina
tion ol titles.
er Lands advertised and placed npon the
msrtiet. free ol charge, nnlers a sale In made.
Young & Brother
booksellers and Stationers,
318 If Asa SU, Memphis, Tenn
a sew BurPLir or
KRISS KKMGLE'S WIDOW.
What the'Jolly Old Soul Haa
To Say To Memphis.
VS" There is nothing in either An
cient or Modern History to prov
that Kriss Kringle ever had a wife,
and therefore, as he is neither dead,
nor never was married, it is impossi
ble for him to hare a widow.
But it is possible, and it is tru
that the Misfit Clothing Par
L0R8, 2C2 Second street, are making
special CHRISTMAS OFFERS ia
fine Suits, Pants and Overcoats.
Do Ycu Want An OvercDat?
Every one is anxious to save m
much as possible when buying. Tha
Overcoats you get at the Misru
Clotiiinci Parlors are cheap, be
cause they are not only low in price,
but also high in quality.
OVERCOATS lor the man with tut
a few dollars.
OVERCOATS for the man win
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
Nioe 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
Suite which we are Belling at 1cm
than half their original value.
PLATOONS OF PANTS
It is a mistake to buy poor Pant
when the Misfit Clothing Par
lors will sell you good Tailor-mad
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, Mehiphls, Tenn,
Open evenings until 9 ; Saturdays,
until 11 o'clock.
What can be more appropriate to
give, or more rati tying to re
ceive ae a present Irons one'a
Ilanbaud, Wife or Sweetheart,
than a pair of
For Hen and Hoys.
Klborately hind emhroidored Toilet
Hlipiiers in Velvet, Cloth and lMueh ol
hnnilsoine design nnil cnloiiDgs. AIo,
fine hand-made To'lct Slippers, made
ol Alligator unii Morocco, In russot,
Mao, trine color and other, ifcndoa.
For Ladles auil Ml Beautiful
new design! of bilk and Satin quilted
Bedroom Nippers; ale), Cloth, Velvet
and Kid Embroidered Toilet Slippers
and warm lined House blippera of
Felt, henry Bearer and Ma!lassee, for
elderly ladiet and invalids.
yftllppers lor IlreHS, Nlippers for
the Fireside to enlt everybody.
GENTLEMEN'S (nod, well made, hand
embroidered Toilet Slippers, north
fully tl 50, for the low price of 90c,
AN ASSORTED LOT of Slippers for
Ladies and Misses, including Velvet
and Cloth Embroidered Turkish Toilet
Slippers, Red and Tan Moroeoo Opera
Slippers and many other styles, some
of which cost Si Ul and tJ originally, we
went to close them out Kt a figure that
will make them go the low but uni
form pr ce of $1.
avAl these Special Bargains are likely
to go very rapidly, we would advise
the reader to come early and secure
ZElsltNEIl & CO.
300 MAIN STREET.
Ice Skates, Boiler Skate;,
Toy Money Banks,
Uojs' Tool Chests,
Boys' Axeg,Wood Saws & Boot" .
Bodgcrs' and Wostenholft.
Table Cutlery, Baiors, Etc.,
Carring- KbIvcb and Forks,
riated Kalres, Forks, Spoons, Ete
Fine Scissors ia cases,
CanrlDg Tools In sets,
Bracket Saw Machines,
Plated Call Bells,
Coal Vases and Hodg,
ShoTcls and Tongs, Etc., Ete.
In addition tofie bov,the most complete
assortment of HSI HtKliWAKE in
the city Ask to be shown tbe celebrated
r-CLH'SE LhiOR bl'KISli AiiD CUKCK
the best thing out
3S7 IJaia Street.