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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALS-THURSDAY. DECEMBERl 23, 1888.
rkMUMku obl Bante Train!
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a.m. W. Lomii fas liny Mm t :
t.m. Fast line arrivai at 1:30 p.m.t at.
JUvnU tut lln krriTM M I :W
BUolaolppI an T .
Bon as lolTown SawOrleapa mall arrive
daily at :uu n.ai. I hj
feardia aeoommod.tioa arrtv.1 dally t -
UaTM daily at t:V P. WJ
arai.nl arrive daily (.io.pt Sunday at S:30
7m.; l.ave daily (aioepl Sunday at :16
i.m. Mail traini do not stop at flaj rta
Uoni. or Whitahavea, Hora Lake Hwbit
MlMlaalpn HOT (
, anal. Ky.)-Trainionthisro fol
lows N.w Orl.an. fast mall, dally, leave
at 4:30 p.m. Vloksbnra; axpraii. daily,
laave. at 5:14 a.m. N.w OrUana fart nail,
4aily, arrive st :1 a.m. Viokiburg x
prau. daily. arriTM a 6:45 p.m.
LobUtHU anal Saanvllla -Traini
mora as lollown Fart maU arrival daily at
6:loa..i leave at 10:10 P.m.: mall laaTM
daily at IOiH) a.m.i arrive at 4:00 p.m.
Brownsville aooommoiatiom leavai dai y,
xoept Sunday, at 6:00 p.m.: arrive! daily,
axc.l t Bandar, at 1 :60 a.m. Utondard time).
ttalf Hnl-(KftaiHUi (ttijr.NprlntT
field aad Menaipsala) Traini leave M. and
T. depot at follow.: No.. KansaJlMty t
PrM. Uaveiat 10:45 a.m.! No. 8, hanis
City airreai, arrival at S:!w p.m. No. i,
Kansas City mail, leaves at6:Wi p.m. t No. 1,
Kama. City mail, arrival at 8:45 a.m. No.
5. tit. lioaii and Chioaco iprass, laaTM at
6. -00 p.ui.l N. l.Bt. Lonli and Chieaaoei
prM., arriTM at 1:45 a.m. Ia affaot Sunday,
Mompbla aid Charleataa Train!
nova a. ioiiow.i inruiiiii itw.
daily at 10: 00 p.m. Mall and axpr.il laevai
tion leave daily, axoapl tiund.y, at 4:40
rf i l. . I J.) . m A.in
a.m. Mail and axpra.1 arrival dally at 1C:15
p.m, Bomarrlll aooommodatioa arriTM
daily, axoapl oonaaj, ai : ;ju a.m.
wnt w. in iiui. - -
n i 1 u ! unH,- T.. I n. m AM .
follow! I No. 1 leavai Memphli daily at8:4&
P.m. I arrival at nuj djihui.
No. 1 Level Holly BnriDfi daily at H:U
, -4 u . . 1. 1A.1I A Ml. Nn
i laarai Mamphlt daily at T:U p.m., arriTM
at nony Dprina. a 11 w p.m. i
t4olly Sprinn daily at 1:15 a.m., arrival at
a r,M. mi K ir m .
emptala aad UtU Rork,-Traini
mora ai follow! (santral itandard tim.):
No. 1 laara. dally at 4:8ft p.m.iarrlTM at
-M p.m. Mo. 8 laavM at 5:55 a.m. J arrival
at9i45a.m. No. 5 (fraiiht) laavai Oopat.ld
dally (axsept Banday) at 8i20 a.m, arrival
lor Alabama, LouMttna and Miuii
tippi : fair vxalher; louthcrly windt;
' tor Tennetue: Fair weather; toutherly
windt; tltaht change..
lor lexaK Fair vxntJier in the umlh
ern portion; light ratm in the nortlurn
portion; variable windt; higher, followed
Iv lower temperature.
For Arkantat: Light rain$; toutherly
ii'indj. AUtini to colder wetierly
The lliuktippi river will tin $lighty
from St. Louii to Helena, and will fall
tlighily from Vir.hburg to New Orlrani;
the TenntHee and Cumberland wdl rue
elightly; Ik riven will fall .lightly.
MxaPmi, Tkhw.i Decomhur 22. 1HM.
8:00 p.m.,) 241
10:00 p.m 130.2071
Afaximam tooipurature. 53,
Minimum temperature, 45,
Osone, 11 a.m., 1. .
The Ubickmw Guards bIv a ger-
man at their club rooms tonight,
A You Like It at the thnaUr to
night by the Ro OpgU'aa Company.
xrltlay nigut, umaon Atiurance.
The new bank will open aa Boon
i auluble annrtera can be found. 1.
T. Fortar will be president and J. H.
The German Benevolent Society
-will give grand annual ball on
Christmas nlht at Ccchran Hall. The
high character o( the gentlemen hiv
ing charga ol the manavement aianrea
pleasant time to all wno win aitena,
Ther i will be Ian entertainment
tomorrow niglft at the Cumberland
Presbyterian Church br the members
of the Sanday School. The claswa em
brace a fiae array of talent, and a high
ly enjoyable evening may be, anticl
The will of Mrs. A. 0. McLeane
was probated yes'erday forenoon,
Bhe biaueaths $250 to her sou, Kay
mond liowen; $100 to her sistor, Mrs.
M. A. Corcon. and the balance of her
estate to Ban F. Price, who is made
-A german will ba given at tlio
rooms ol the uinckasaw u nurds mm
evecine, to which all members and
thtir friends are Inaitod under the
rules. Those desiring to participnta
will please leave their names with K,
O. rrewitt, secretary,
W. B. Adams. J. B. Christian,
Ben Powell, Brooks, Neeley A. Co.,
and the corupresi company, for leav
ing cotton on the streets without
being covered, bad their ra?es con
tinued until the 26th of De ember,
after receiving a sharp lecture from
- Grimaldi, Pure Rye and a year
ling bay filly by Lelaps, dam Pot toss,
the dam of Princes Ban, the property
of D, T. Pulsifer, anived yesterday
and will jolu H.r Joseph, Taxgatherer
and the rest of his tUble at tue track
of the Memphis Jo.kny Club. This
addition makes Mr. Pu'siler's stable
one of the strongest in tbe West, and
with "Snip" Donovan In charge will
go to the top row of next year's win
ners. On Christmas day interesting ser
vices will be bold at the Centiat Bap
tist Church. The service will com
mence promptly at 11 o'clock and last
one hour. Pastor Lamar will preach.
A committee will bs at tbe church
from 9 toll o'clock to receive offer
ings for the poor, and will see to their
proper distribution. Let money,
provisions or clothing be given. The
pastor hopes that all will consider the
poor, as tbeie are many in need.
The following marriage linconses
were issued yesterday: Matt Hooker
to Matiab Canniogham, Jama Dillard
to Henrietta Travrra, Josh Brooks to
Harah Williama, George Flowers to
Jane Bradley, "amuel Smith to An
nie Bowner, Ribt. Hays to Nellie
Jones, M. Hawkins to Dona Ward,
Wash Bonner to Emma Brown, all Col
ored ; 0. B. Edwards to Miss Nannie E.
Matthes,aVinlock Miller to Mist Nan
nie A. Fields, F. J. Burrow to Miss
Mary A. Prrs'se, W. T. Norwood to
Miss Maggie G. Morrison, E.C. Broom
to MifS Alics Tyce.
Tbe alarm of firs from Box 6 at
0:40 o'clock liiet night was caused by
the burning rf a mattress in the gir
retofthe two-stoiy frame residence.
No. 177 Third street. Tbe hook and
ladder men arrived promptly and ex
tinguished the blaze bufore much
damage resulted. The loss was
trilling. While answering the alarm
tha tbe hore carringe of company No.
4 broke the hind axle wbile making a
turn at Washington and Sjcind
street?. The pla'.form on mhich
Pipemen McMnbon tnd Hof! man
were standiog brake in several p'aces,
but luckily tha men tsoaped Mithont
r fi nnMT Mnraaanttna the Ade
laide RandallBijoa Optra Company,
rim. Tlviunm nl flhlriffO. 111., la
visiting Prot Q. W. Dale at No. 46
Mies Elli M. Qy baa returned
from Miaaiiainni and la the aueat of
the family of VV. P. Wilson.
d Cobrioax has returned from SU
T.mil. tn annarlnUnd the DtflDtration
of bis horses for the spring meeting.
MiMTiB P. Kit, of Washington, v.
O., is spending tbe holidays with bis
brother and sisters on North Conrt
Attintiok is called to the law card
. T II W.I. in farmnrlwrif Holly
Springs, Miss., but who now has a law
ottice in room B, uouon isxenaoga
Gur Lkdrh learea about January
10:h for a profewional visit to the
principal art c-ntra of Karope.
VVbile there Mr. Leber will also visit
all lailinn mannfapinrarfl AS the
agent of O. K. Houck & Co., and will
recurs everything new or ariiuuo iu
tbe musical line.
rv? fliw Ri Aci a-vi i. nf Danville.
North Alabama, is in the city, stop-
plogat l tie raaBouy. ue is uuo ui
ka lBlni .nnpn m.a nt Alabama.
and it is only a question of time when
. ... . . , , i
ne will oe maae enner nmuiuci ui
Congrecs or elected Governor of the
ktoiu TTa la snrthv nf tha hilhest
honor?, for he is a man of ability,
great purity Ol cnaracier, aim uia
Democracy Lmralloyed, bai the ring
of the genuine metal.
Tai proscenium bnxrs at tbe Thea
ter last night weie occupied by a tab-
ltnaMa fViAafar n.rlv nnmnniwd of the
following named ladlei and gentle
men: Misres Jessie Aicorn, bon,i
Bnred, Jennie Montgomery, Mies Long,
uirinnilmii. and Ml mi Carr!ft Keat
ing, Dr. Minor, Mr. Belcher, and
Messrs. Malcolm Mtuoweii, macon
Trezevant, Charles Dobb and William
Rnact Th. nsrtv warn tha onesta of
Miss Carrie Keating, and met at the
Uayoeo Uotet in mil evening ureo.
where each gentleman was preaentsd
with a bonttoniere and each lady with
a ' cotaags bouquet. From the hotel
they were driven in carriages to the
Theater, and after the performance
returned to tha hotel, where a delight
ful supper awaited them.
MENKEN AND COMPANY
Advise every one to come to our
store TODAY, as some Ex
traordinary Bargains .
READ AND BE SURE TO COME.
ATSOo each, Full Size Heavy Bsd
Comforts, never sold for less
AT 75c each, Blaok Hare MafL,
satin lined, formerly f 1.
AT 75a, Foley's best Pure Gold
Pens, with ebony and rosewood
holders, suitable for ladies, gen
tlemen and young people sold
by tbe manufacturers at (2 fiO,
Suing an nnoaual bargain, and
having only 500, we will sell
bat one to each customer.
Interesting- to Those Wanting a
We have divided all onr fine Im
ported Cloaks Into three lots, and
placed a price on each lot which la
bound to make them go today.
LOT NUMBER ONE.
All our Seal Piunh Long Barques,
quilted satin lining, sold every
where at 125, we offer them
(only 21 left) today
At laly (MS Each.
LOT NUMBER TWO.
All our Paris Fantasle Short Wraps,
satin liued, elegnntly trimmed
and finished, sold heretofore at
$40, we oflerthem (only 12 left)
At Only Sao Each.
LOT NOMBER THREE.
All nur Seal Pluih Jet Trimmed
Paris bhort Wraps, tbe. moat
elegant garments cvtr brought
here, sold heretofore at $75 and
$S5, we offer them (only 7 lefi)
At Oaljr 37 00.
This being the last reduction sale
of the season, those who intend
buying a Cloak should not fail to
FANCY GOODS, 0FEB1 U LASSES,
F1.V8H BOXES), ETC ,
AT SLAUGHTERING PRICES?
Not having time to mark the re
duced price on each article of our
immense stock of Holiday Goods,
we have concluded to sell thera at
a discount of 33 per cent To il
lustrate: A Drreiing Cse sold at
$9, will cost you only fo today.
An Opera Glast sold at $15,
will cost you only $10 today.
' A Shaving Set sold at $4 50, will
cost vou only $3 to-day. And so
on throughout the entire stick of
Holiday Uoods in Fancy Goods
Department, first aisle to the right
oi main entrance,
A MllUaa I'hriilmu Carrtf.
Biautltul, Novel and Cheap.
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
She iVa a Heathen.
He was a lazy, worthless fellow.
"I just worship that man," said a
silly girl he had mashed.
"You are a heathen," teplied her
companion, taking a bita of Sol Cole
man's Ko-Ko Tulu.
'I don't see how I am."
"You are worshiping an idle, that's
They are ro longer friends.
Christ matt Presents.
Gsn's' Eur Mufllers at Cohen's, 219
D. LOWEXSTEIJ BROS.'
Will Remain Open Evening. IJntil
Will bold bis Receptions daily,
From 0 to 11 a.m ,8to 5 p.m.,
aad 7 to 9 at night.
BIG CUT IN PRICES.
We are offering oar entire stock of
Holiday Goods, such as
TOYS ANB DoYL8,
VIEN ESSE STATUARY,
At BO CeaU the Dollar.
Latest novelties, at lower prices
than can be found elsewhere.
Handkerchiefs from the cbeapce'.
to the finest grades, for ladies, gen
tlemen and children. Wo guar
antee our prices to bs fully 25 per
cent, lower than any honee in tbe
city can name.
Beautiful Line of
811k and Cashmere Mofflorp,
BIG LINE OF
Gold, Silver, Ooyz and Buckhorn
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
GREAT REDUCTION IN
Celored and Black Dresi Woods,
VELVETS AND PLUSHES.
Onr Suit and Cloak Department
Offers special inducement. Low
prices prevail in this department
on every garment it represents.
GENUINE HARE MUFFS,
Satin Lined, only 05c.
I It 0B
Table Damaiks, Towels, Napkins,
Doylies, Marseilles and
Crotchet Quills, etc.
Sensible Holiday Presents at Low
Your holidiy purchases for lower
prices. Everything throughout
our house has been marked way
d jwn, and cannot get lower.
II. LOWE STEIN A BROS.
I hereby apprise my friends and the
pnblio at large, that I have rented the
elegant store. No. 301 Main atreet, un
der the Peabcdy Hotel, which I will
fit up in good style and fill with a well
selected stock of fine goods, such aa is
generally kept In any first claM jewelry
store. I will be ready for business by
about January 16, 1837, and my store
will be known, aa usual, by the old
name, the JetPalare. Resportfnllv,
iaiOOR BOKBCll a.
T.l. McCarthy, aa Ian; and favera
Mjr fcnowa lo tha Men's Farnlahlna;
trad of tbe city. 1 with
r. cAMrnu. a t o.,
0 Nvcaaa atreet,
GentV Fur Muillers at Cohen's, 210
To all Purchasers
LIS kflAVER ft LEHMAN'S,
202 Main street,
Marked down for one werk.Toya
and Candy. Wpeyht A Wnlltt'i,
Mxhpris Steam Laundry , No. 224
Fecond BtrfeU Call,. and deliyories
P. M. Stamijit, funeral director and
embalmer, 66 Madison street. .
Miss Cabbis M. KAna, pianist,
may be fonnd at the Gayoso Hotel.'
Memphis Steam Laundry. Calls and
deliveries free. Telephone No. 21.
Sea tbe Mummies, at x1
07 Main street.
Mimfbis Wholesale Meat Co., 11
Adams. Daily fresh Beef,Pork and Mut
ton, a'so Corned Beef. Orders solicited
and promptly filled. Telephone 874.
Bbown's Bbonchul Tbocbbs will
relieve Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh,
Consumption and Throat Diaeeses.
They are used alwayt wi'h good tuccru.
Tea Herbal Chill Oars, the best
tonic and antl-twrlodia known. A eartain
and aura aura for ehilli. frieall par bou
tla. Band itinti for elrealari. Anv ref
irtnw linen. i.4drl Join 0. Ilaok.r,
Mcixm's Food, tho only peifect
substitute for mother's milk, is rec
ommenced by our most prominent
physicians ai the beet and safest food
tor infants. It contains no farinaceous
matter, which so often produces dis
orders of the stomach.
If your complaint is want of ap
petite, try half a wine glaea of An
gietura Bit 'era half an hour before
dinner. Beware of counterfeits. Ask
your grocer or druggist for tbe
fnuine ar;ic!e, manufactured by Dr.
. G. B. Slegert & Boos.
T. J. McCarthy, an longhand favora-
trade of tbe city, I. with
F. VAJIPBELL A CO.,
itMO Meooad atreet.
-To all purchasers
of Shoes at
L1SKHAIER ft LEIIMAK'S,
292 Main street,
Handsome boxra of Fine Candles
frr Chrlalmaa preaenta at Bpceht'a.
Plnah Toilet Cases,
Finest and Handsomest
ever exhibited in this ci'y,
J. J. Miles's Drug fctore,
No. 209 Main etrott.
PKKPABB FOB FLOODS. ,
Foundations, cellar walls and build
ings subject to over ffnw should be con
structed with Louisville Cement It is
the standard. .
v F. Cam libel I A Co. are .howlac the
Intra! uovrltlra In Neckwear, Hand
kerrblef a, Uloves, Collars and Calls
Mo. MHO Warond lr.
Sobafail, the great Supper and
Breakfast Fry. For snle by Weet A Co.,
No. 65 Jefferson street, near Third.
Ia the shape of hats and bonnets, are
attracting large crowds to the store of
F. Lavigne, in the Odd Fellows' build
ing. He selects stock with care, and
pleases all who inspect goods.
Oppo.lte the Cotton Exchange, at
2S0 nreond atreet, yon will fflnd tbe
lateat and beat .ly lea for men's wear.
F. CAMPBELL CO.
lii Cat uibbs Buttles
of Beautiful Shapes.
J. J. Miles's Drug Store,
No. 299 Main street.
Automatic S. Machines $50. White
office, kby 00.
Atl vice to mothers.
Mrs. Winalow's Soothing Syrup, for
children teething, is the prescription
of one of .be best female nurses and
physicians in the United Htates, and
has been used for forty years with
never-failing success by millions of
mothers for their children. During
the process of teething its valne )h in
calcuable. It relieves the child from
pain, cures dysentery and diarrhoea,
griping in tbe bowel 4. ami win! colic.
By giving health to the child it rests
ths mothor. rriceo cents a octtie,
F. Campbell A Co. are abowlna the
lateat novelties in Neckwear, Hand,
kcrchlefa. Glove, Collars and Caffs.
Ko, 880 Second Wtreet.
A ix disorders caused by a bilious
state of the cistern can be cured by
UBing Carter's Little Liver Pills. No
pain, giiping or diroomfort attending
tneir use. iry mem.
Orders for all kinds of Sblrtsmade
to measure at am and 2iO Second
street. F. CAMPllKLL CO
in the Greatest Variety.
J. J. Miles's Drug Store,
No. 299 Main street.
To all Purchasers
of Shoes at
LIMKHAUEU ft LEHMAN'S
' 292 Main street,
Opposite tbe Cotton Exchange, at
aao Second street, yon will And tbe
lateat and beat sly ir for men's wear.
F. CAMPBELL, CO,
Ivory, Celluloid, Fine Woods,
Combs and Brushes
in Kndless Variety.
J, J. Miles's Drug Store,,
No. 299 Main street.
Mimphis Steam Laundry finish col
lars and cuffs equal to new.
Harsh purgative remedies are fast
giving wav to the gentle action and
mild effects of Carter's Little Liver
Pills. If you try them, they will cer
tainly please yon.
See tbe Toys at
BPKCHT av WALTER'S.
Pinand'e, Reiger's, Coudry's and
leading Araenoau rerfumes.
J. J. MUea's Drug Store,
No. 299 Main Street.
IS 1BM0VBD BY TBS CSS OF OOOOAIBBS,
And it stimulates and promote the
growth of the nair.
Burnett's Flavoring Bxtraeta are tbe
Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets,
Smoking tats, Shaving Sets,
J. J. MiWs Drugstore,
No. 99 Main Street
Ir you had taken two of Carter's
Little Ltver Pills before retiring you
would not have had that coaled
tongue or lftd taele in the mouth this
morning. Keep a vi.il with you for
I oil., Tt nail a, t'riullra, Drnnm, fur
reaent,at tipeclil A Waller's,
HOTEL ARRIVALS, .
Oaataa's Hotel. -
W. H. BTNOHAM Mis.siB.
Eropn plan. Knlarsad aad rtfarsuhsd.
rnoat aaeormnf u .iia ana loca
tion of rooms.
ti Thormn. Ta JPOufnn.Ark
J T Klror, Mill E8tov. Will
w L Hurtnw.r.x.na 1. WadimgUr, i.nn
EH Hill, Tana M O Pattcaon, T0B
C H Vuttj, T.nn J H Iina , Ttnn
OWR Corlii. ir. Ill R W Fri.nd. Ark
Thoi Price. Ark joterh Prio., Ark
KLTl.tAf. T.x J a Th rnton. T.nn
J C jkea, Mill J U Bell, Teon
S E Jobnion. Ark , John FiUimaom.Ark
JBDwin.Miii W H Hiyi kU Mill
w WH.on, Ark M 13 i;ooke, Ark
ADriT.r, Ark C C Sirw, jr, Ala
JTHIi", 'I.nn R H Miekle, Xenn
Mn Williami, Tenn J llobion, T.nn
C K Wiili.mi, Tenn A Hyo, T.nn
U R Ward. Ark W W Miliar, 111
Ahmith, T.sn C H PayDe, Ark
I) O Payne, Ark A M Kandull, Tenn
J D Williami, Mill K II Collini. Ohio
W Edmonds, Tenn J W Browne, Tenn
E Moon. Tenn W M Tavlnr. Ark
J M Nicholn. Tenn 11 K Ni-bolr, Tenn
H 1 Kay, Mill 11 Huibberr. Ky
JJSmitb.Ky H O Stone, Ark
J E Pardon, ili'l V II Adama, Mil
J J lil .oknor, Mini T M Urouther, Miss
w I wimini Hi, Ark V Mnnn, Miri
R H Mahon, Tenn J I. U.rrew, Tenn
(1 F Ualloa.y, Va R V Lowery, Tenn
W Wilin, Tenn PU Hill, Ark
JTllili.Ark W Brocks, Ark
J An rait Mo P Short, Mo
T O Flinnln. Tana J R Mn(!.rt.. T.nn
J II Harrn, Him 3 U Atber, Mill
w 11 railoy, Ark u Una, Aik
W Luck, Tenn D II Taylor, Tenn
E A landiiey, Mils J T Fdinondi, M ill
i j vrootiion, miti its Drown tt. mm
Van Uavidaon. Misa J R Miller, Mini
K C Bratton. Mill A L Braiton. will
11 L Uouiton, Ark N A Taylor, Mill
J u vj.rr, xez.
The Hew Uayoso.
fARRINQTON, STEWART k WEITB,
Chas. O. Roth Manner.
Ratal 12 50 tot4 par day, according to loca
tion ot ronma.
O D Howard, Tenn Vi II Riley, Tenn
A 8 Y.rbruurh, Mill J A Rogera, Tenn
F M llayei. Mo tt I Cappleman, Mill
J W Buchanan, Mill H Sadur wic, Mill
F Dauuherly, 'tenn E Beighe, Pa
J K Holder, Tena R W King-, Mo
T Uruh.ra, Tenn O A Ht.cy, Mo
Bamuol Held, Mo Hurl) Petit, Ins
F C lUwd. Mo E II Uyner, M in
CM Williami, Mill Vr E I Hodgea, Tenn
II R Brown, Tenn II S Manning, Tenn
M J Kendrick, Ark M D Anderaon, Ark
C KMcliuire, Ark F H Orawlord, Mo
E J Fleming, Mo P K Il.wley, Mo
a B Raymond, MY J W Atkim, Mail
E H lUlatad, 'lenn E R Hhaw, Tenn
C 8 Young, Tenn K T Bprague, On
H J Webb, Qa A M nation, M'ts
II L Tucker, Mill 1) D f p.-nccr, Miai
U M Beggerly Aw, La A M Cork Aw, Tean
MiaaLHneed. 'I'enn R T WiUon, jr. N 1
k w Mitctieii, xenn 4 uuinouae, lenn
RT llurria. 'lean
UU li iyne. Ark
D U liayne, Ark
J P Cbnrch, Miaa
R II Algee, Misi
J R Pi t'er, Tenn
T J William, Mo
F Merigold, Miai
(i L Uurley, Miaa
UM Arnold, Ark
O A Martin, Miai
U A Hull, lenn
H M tfardnar, Mo
II R Johnaon, Mo
J 0 Kdrington.Tenn
W 11 Uirkeraon.Miai
It M Meigii, Miaa
Miaa Hletlne, Miaa '
MiasKChentham.MlaaW Wood, Ky
8 ilarriy. Ky
J M Farria. Ala
11 A Kdrlngton, Ala
R M Reed, Miaa
K M Uraham. Ill
Miaa L Portwood,Mi
C J Fuller, Miaa
T li Thornton. Mail
R L Gardner. Ill
S B Cole, N Y
RS Reilly, k
1 H McGrtgor, La
C R Dean, Miai
A (1 CuHtia, Mies
.1 V WalK.r. Ark
J S Kllaworih.N Y
I M Wllaon, Ky
C A Cooke, La
II J Campbell, La
T II Hicki, Miss
M U Urnnt, Ark
w B talon, Ark
L II Ilanaon, l'enn
11 B Kl.nnbtar. Tenn R D Leland. N Y
W E Johnson, Ohio L E Palmer, Ohio
W rt ecott, Ohio.
0. B. GALLOWAY" k CO -..PaopEirroEa.
Kntoi fi W and Vi per day. according to
an. and location of room Special
R A Simp on.SC F f Prioh.rd, N 0
Arthur Becker, Tenn a llunlo, lenn
W 8 Moore. Tenn J Anderaon. Tenn
CMUchull.Ia W J Miller, Col
(1 W Wiley, Ky B J Arnold, Ala
( W Agae, Ark R A Armiatcad, Ark
J W Tommeraon, Ko C B Powell, Ark
OOAlbaugh, Ky FMChnpin, NY
W lllaok. Ark W F Finch, Ark
T Rodea Jew, Tenn ' R A Drewry Aw, Tenn
8 0 Amble Aw, Tenn Mra Jauii"n, la
M 11 uardweii, Ark H herer, PI r
W F BalleiUin,Tenn L Ferguson, Ky
W R muiiina, Tenn Miai p Rogers, Tonn
H Hengeback. lenn y u Jacquea, Miea
E a liuford. Ky D Holand. Miai
J N Dexter, Miea FSMJIer, Miai
tr uammom Jtw, uum r uiceraia, lenn
L Jonaa, Tenn A We nbaum, Tenn
F Y Moliavock, Ark II W Bradley, Ky
A J Nolty, Ark T 0 Hindman, Ark
T F Simpaon, Ala F M Duvall, Tenn
J Kui kendall. Mill
inn iggina, mo
C K htainbaek, Tonn
T B Yanoey, Tenn
H M Klunlev. Col
B Mninback, Tenn
11 J Whitney. Ill
A K JuOHina, Alo
G'LllatchelJer A W.Moll M unlock. Mo
T II 8tuart. Mo O F P.raalmw, III
J M Mangura, Tenn Mn W E Lacey, Mill
nCIloby, Mill P8Mmmea,0ho
W D Leek, Pa Miaa h Wooten, Ark
J A Moore, Pa K B Tolltraon, Ark
J A Daiwos, Mias J Monney Al, Miaa
7j I llurria, lenn 11 11 wallcra, lenn
UJ Walton, Ky JMayher, NY
F VKbonnard, N Y DAbkcen, Ky
J C Sykei, Miai J Kuykoodnll, Misi
K Lehman, Tenn L Lebinan, Tenn
L White, Ki E D Anderson As, Mies
F B Hinu Af, Ark V J Mntley if, Mo
JWKumpe, NY Miai K Kenned, N Y
Misa CC Kennedy, N Y W P Adama, Tenn
W W FarabDUgh, N Y W R Cady, Mo
A D (liffin, Mo K Corrigan. Mo
H N Collier, Tenn J K .Vciirido Aw, Miea
P R Rogeri Aw.'lenn Mice B Kogere,Xenn
Miai M Rogora, Tenn.
Daily's European Hotel.
Corner of Adama and M ain itreeti. Rooma,
BOo. 75o and SI ior day: American Plan.
ti per day. Firm olasa Keataurant In the
Hotol. J.M. DUFFY (10 jeariwith Pea-
bouy Hotel), rroprictor.
W L Holmnn. Ark J Fi-her, N C
ASUiibstt, Ky C C Hcdrick, Ark
R E 8mitk, Ark J F Hale, lenn
K S Jobnaon, Mo 8 M Adama, 111
8 0 English, Miaa 8TBIann,Miaa
J P Mor'arlnnd,Tenn J Kobinson, Ark
W J Hall, Ark (1 Thomaa, N O
WLuak, Tenu C M Black, Tenn
F G Pbillii a, Ark L II Weed, Col
lU'h'atham.Ttnn R B Miller, Tonn
W R Fry, Ohio O hmith, Ohio
F Ilooen, HI 0 llenningi, Tex
(Jco Hera, Tenn J N llarnaon, Tonn
J W Gould, Teon II Wmrenbury, Ark
K lien, Ark II 8 Watson, Ky
T V MoKee.Tann J McKee, Tonn
R II Lindsey, Tenn E Jackson Aw, Ark
T A 111 tt. Mils J P Staggi, Miaa
V V Stowart, Mill A T Lacy, Mo
J J 8hio!ds, Tenn W T Morrow, Mo
8 E Stephonion.Tenn A T Ford Aw, Tonn
R B Doweeo, Tenn W Cart r. l'enn
J T Hogg, Tenn W U Williams, Tenn
JPM.Karland, Tenn J A Lin daey, Xenn
EThurman.Va A F Fisher, Tenn
H 8 WaUon.Tenn W II Cullen, Ark
T P Allen, Mo II N Anderson, Mill
A J Fuller, Miai T L Alexander, Mill
C 0 Williams, Mo II L Jamison, Mo
RH Taylor, Ark WO Robertion, Ark.
(Formerly Commercial Hotel.)
Cor. Front and Jefforaon Bte., Monipbia.Tenn
I, 11. raiDDT, frop r, or Kionmond, va.
Transient ratea, II 50 to $2 per day.
W C Ingram, Tenn GW McKee, Miea
I) B Nugent, Mill W H Ford, Miai
Ed Kutlend. Tenn J L W. baler, Tena
II Ksuit. Mii. Wm (larvin. Ala
John C Cowan, Ln T.M Hamilton A3o, Tenn
John Molullocb, Mo U u Moon, Mo
J 11 Edward., Ark Misa 8 Edwards, Ark
Miss L Edwards, Ark 0 E Wood, on, Tenn
J M OambellAw, Ark P A Wilkerion, Ark
Ceo D Faulkner, Ark A T Waggoner, Ark
W W Brooks, Tnn E J Vinornt, Ind
II Nelson, Misa W II relsn. Miss
B F FarabeeAs. Mill W B Moore, Tenn
J P Cary Aw, Tenn G W Anderson, Ark
Jae L Urowna, &U 8 Gilbert Aa, Ark
J M Fletcher, MTal t i Moors, Ala
J H llatcuin, Misa W A Smith, Misa
A M Watorson. Ark WG W agner, Ark .
C Leeton, Misi W II Hancock, Mill
A J Vincent. Ind 11 Com'took. Ark
WF Baker, Ark W L Manin Aw, Mill
J I Ingram, Miss 11 Marr, Misa
K A Lytle, Tenn D M Dancy, Tena
W T Uarham, Tenn L D Davia, Ala
, T Emerson, Tenn T J 8helton, Tana
11 1) Uaynes.Tenn J L Malone, Ark
J N Moure, Tenn J M Kight, Ark,
J B Reid, Miai B F Clements, Tenn.
Orders for all kinds orshlrta made
ta measure, at 824 and HBO Second
street. F.. CAMPBELL dt CO,
Mkmphis Steam Laundry finish
shirts specially for evening wear.
Ad Elegant Combination
ot Music Boxes in Toilet Cises.
J. J. Mi lee's Drng Btroie,
No. 2W Main street.
Gent)' Fur Mufllers at Cohen's, 219
Fcrafaki,, the Great Supper and
IreakfAt Fiy. i'or sale by West&Uo.,
Xv o. (u JcUerton street, near Xlnrit.
tm. ...j., n.w.r T.ri... A marvel
purity, itrength and wholeaomeneai. Mora
oeonomical than the ordinary ktndi, ana
eannot bo lold in oompetition with the mul
titude of low teat, short weight alum or
Duoepbato powden. Solo outT iw oaas.
ROYAL BAKlNfl POWDKKCO.,
I(t, wail trtwt. nrw i
Blck Headache and rcllere all the tronhlrs Incl
dent to a bilious atate of the eyatcra, such aa Dis
eincas. Nans, Drowiincsa, Dlstrcs. after eating,
Pain in tho Sidu, Ac. While their moat runark
able success hua been shown lu curing
ricadachc.yct C'artfr's Little Liver Pills are eqnall)
vaiuanie in vonstinaiiou, curing anu prcTeuiiog
this annoying complaint, while they also correct
all disorders of the sfonioch, stimulate the livel
ind ntiulutc the bowels. Jivin if tucy onij curcg
Ache tbey yronld boalniost priceless to those wht
lufTcr from this distressing complaint; but fortu
nately their goodness dors not end here, and tbosi
who once try them will find these little pills lu.
able In so many ways that they will not be wUling
to do without them. But after all sick bead
a the banc of so many lives that here is where wl
make our (Treat boast. Our pills cure it wbilt
others do nut.
Carter's Little Llrcr Pills are 7 cry small ant
rcry easy to take. One or two pills make a dose.
Tbey are strictly vegetable and do not gripe oi
nnrffe. but bv thtrlr centle action olease all who
nsethem. fnvialsat2ocentS; flvetortl. Bold
vj umgglBl. cvery,vu'.ii:, ur .eu. uj wa-i.
CARTER MEDICINE OC.,
New York Cl,:v.
Wholesale and Retail.
S7S Second Street.
Importer and Dealer la
Bum, Flailing Tactile and Hporta.
men's Snpplles. sar Speeial attentloa
llvan to MANUFACIUKIH8 and RS
413 Klisln fii Went nh la. Tomi
M E n u H A N T S
In the Country should order the
CHRISTMAS CANDY BOX.
Ask your Grocer or DruRght for it,
or 'send to SPECHT & WALTER,
Manufacturers, and take no other.
IMsVORIKR AND DEALER IS
duns. AmmnnltfoD, rfshlnr Tackle
ana sportsmens' Hnnpues.
WH0LE8AL8 AND RKTAIL.
MS Main Hlract. Memnhla. Tanai
Idanufaotnrlng and Rapafrlng ot Huns a
Bpeolalty. Largest Stock. Beataaaortment.
JS0.D. KATUEB, A. H. KELLER,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
And Agents for tha Purchase, Bala or
Lease oi Lands,
TUSCUMBIA & SHEFFIELD,
snrBpectal attention glren to th .lamina
tion of titles,
oar Lands adv.rtlae.l and placed upon th
maraes. iree or onarge, nnieas a sale is maaa
Young & Brother
Bootsollers and Stationers,
8 IS Main St., Memphis, Tenn
A NEW Hll'FLT OF
RRISS KRDGLE'S YID0We
What the Jolly Old Soul Has
To Say To Memphis.
57 There is nothing in either Aa
cient or Modern History to prove
that Kriss Kringle ever had a wife,
and therefore, as he is neither dead,
nor never was married, it is iinposbi
ble for him to have a widow.
But it is possible, aud it is true
that the Misfit Clothing Par
LORS, 262 Seoond 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. The
Overcoats you got at the Misfit
Clothing Pablobs are cheap, be
cause they are not ouly low in price,
but also high in quality.
OVERCOATS for the man with Imt
a few dollars.
OVERCOATS for the man who
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 wo are selling at less
than half their original value.
PLATOONS OF PANTS,
It is ntaiHtako to buy poor Pants
when tho Misfit Clothing Par
lors will sell you good Tailor-made
Pants at very low figures. Remem
ber, all alterations to insure a Per
fect Fit, done free of charge.
262 Second Street,
Opp. Conrt Square, Memphis, Tena.
Open evenings until 9 ; Saturdays,
nntil li o'clock.
What enn be snore appropriate to
give, or more ttratll Inar to re
rrlva aa n present Iron) one's
Hnibnnd, Wife or Sweetheart,
tban a pair or
For lien and Baijra.
Elaborately hand embroidered Toilet
KliWiers in Volvet, Cloth and Plush af
handsome designs and onloi inns. Also,
fine hand-made Toilet Slippers, made
ol Alligator and Moroooo, in russet,
blaok, win color and other ahadea.
For Indie aad Ml.aea Beautiful
now designs of Bilk and Satin lilted
Bedroon Hirlera; also. Cloth, Velvet
and Kid Embroidrrd Toilet Slipiiera
and warm lined House Hlippen of
Felt, heavy Bearer and Matlaaaee, for
elderly ladiea and invalids.
arMippera for Dresa, Slipper for
the l lrcalde to unit everybody.
GENTLEMEN'S rood, woll made, hand
embroidered Toilet Blippera, worth
fully $1 60, for the low price of 90c.
AN ASSORTED LOT of Bllppen for
Ladies and Misses, including Velvet
and Cloth Embroidered Turkish Toilet
Slippers, Ked and Tan Morocco Opera
Slippers and many other styles, some
of which cost $2 50 and W oriRinally, wa
' want ta oloie tbem ont at a figure that
will make them go tha low nut uni
form price of II.
na-As these Special Bargainl are likely
to go very rapidly, wo wonld advise
the reader to come early and secure
zcxiiaNx:ii & co.
300 31AIX STREET.
Ice Skates. Roller Skates,
Toy Honey Banks,
Hois' Tool Chest",
Bojb' Axes, Wood Saws & BaeL
Bodgere' and Wostenhols.
Table Cntlery, Buors, Etc.,
Carving Knives and Forks,
Plated Knives, Forks, Speois, Ete
Fine Scissors In cases,
Carving Tools la sets,
' Bracket Saw Machine,
Plated Cull Bells,
Coal Tases and Hod?,
Shovels aud Tongs, Etc., Etc.
In addition to the shove, the most complete
assortment of sVIKIi II AKastVAKK in
tbe city. Ask to be shown the celehrnted
KCL1P.SK door bphlnu akd uueck.
the best thing out
WENTE & PAHRENT
387 Main Street.