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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1886.
MLEQiD THE TEH.
LitTiile, w Orleaas ! Texas K
jaSIPJSIPPI T1LL1I KOUTB,
ud after Me 1. 1886, peaaearer tilni on
thia roea wtu ran ea ro'.ios
Vaw Orlaui H
A-With all liDM enUrtn,
i til Unci enUrina Memnhla.
B-With H. A ti. W. R. R. for Helena.
0 for Greenyille and Buntini ton, aad all
D-Wlth V. A M. and V., B. P. Railroads,
S-Wlth N.i J. A C. R. R. for Hatchet and
1 ryv Points o tli Branoh.
O With steamers for Beioo Sara.
H-Witli rallroadi diverting for Florida,
iexu ana t;oastspoinu.
JAS. M. EDWARDS, V. P. and 8. M.
A. J.KHAPP. 3. P. A.
laalaalppl ana Tmumim Tralni
more as follow! t New Orleans mail arrival
aaur M :xa.m.i leares dally at 6:00 p.m
ley. Xraini idoto ai followi: 'ut lis
letTM at 10:00
Load fait Una
D.m. I Fast iina arrival at 1 :M
p.m. I at. lioaia tail una arriYes at V :06 a.m
. i . . . -
EaalaTllIe aad Raauville Tralni
wva a followi : Fait mall arrival dallr at
6 :15 a.m. I laavel at 10 :10 p.m. i mall leave!
aaur at iuiiu a.m.t arrival at cuu p.m.
Brownivllle eooommodetlom laavM daily'
isapt Sunday, at 6:00 p.m. I arrival daily,
leapt Sunday, at 8:50 a.m. (standard tine).
enaphle and Etltle Mock. Tralni
fiova aj followi (oantral itandard tima)i
o. 1 leavai daily at 4:20' p.m, i arrival at
66 p.m. No. t leavai at 5:66 a.m. t arrival
at SiM a.m. No. 6 (freiiht) leavai Hopefleld
dally (eioept Sunday) al 6:00. a.m. i arrival
Clair Itoate) (RaaiM City, ajarlnar
eld and If omphia) Tralni leave M. and
t. depot ai followi i No. 4 Kansai City ei-
press, laavaaat 10:45 a.m.: No. 8, Ki
flltv aznra... arrival ai HJTO n.m. N
Kansas City mall, Hares aiS.-OO p.m.l No.tl,
Kama City mail, arrival at 0:46 a.m. No,
J, St. LobIi and ChieMrOAipreai, laavel at
6:00 p.m.; Na. 1. Bt. Loub and Chloaaoei
praii, arrival at 8:15 a.m. Ia effeot Sunday,
April 18. ism
Teaspnla aad Charleston Tralni
nova aj follow! i Through axprau laavai
dally at 10:40 p.m. Mall and azpraai laavai
daily at 10:110 e m. BomerrH a aooommod
tioa laavai daily, eioept Sunday, at 6:30
a.m. Through expreai arrives daily at 5 :25
a.m. Mail and express arrives dally at lOitO
p.m. Somarvill aooommodatloa arrival
dally, azoept Bunday, at ;3U a.m.
empale, Birmingham aad Atlan
lly Sprint! Root Tralni move ai
follow! t No. 1 leavai Memphli daily at 8:46
arrival at Holly Bprinii at 6:58
XI o. I laavai lioliy Bprli
Bnrlnaa daily at :00
i.. arrival at Memnhia at II lift a.m. l Na.
6 leavai Memphli dally at Till p.m., arrival
at Holly Sprints at U:4S p.m.i No. B leave!
II ally Bprlnri dally at Silo a.m., arrival at
Jetmpau ai .nwrn
For Mmmwvi and Louitiana: Fair
weather; ttigMy cooler; mriablt ivindi,
For Texat: Fair weather; ilightly
cooler in the northern portion ; stationary
temperature in the southern portion; varia
For Arkansas, Kentucky and Tennes-
tee: Fair, slightly cooler weather easterly
winds, becoming variable.
The rivers will remain nearly stationary.
Miaran. Tiww., Beptemher 4,
Time. Bar. Tlier. Wind. W'ther
7:00 a.m. 30.170 67.0 E. Clear.
11:00 sun -
8:00 p.m. 30.124 86.0 K. Clear.
10:00 p.m. 30.131 76 0 N.E. Clear.
Mtudmnm temperature, 87.0.
Minimnm tomperatore, 64.0,
done, 11 a.m.. 1.
Ia Oat4oa Bacloa.
SlONAL SiSTICi, U. 8. A BUT,
September 0, 1886-5 p.m. J
Dtvialon oi teleKrama and reports for
the benefit of commerce and asricnl
tore. Cotton region bulletin lortbe
twecty-foor boon ending September
cm, at o Q-cioct
B B P
Memphis.., 87 C4 .00
Hashville...... 85 01 ,00
Grand Junction... 87 62 ,00
forlnth 90 60 .00
I'tuonmbia 87 67 ,00
Decatar 88 58 .00
Soottaboro 87 58 .00
Hernando 80 68. .00
BatesTilleJl 87 05 .66
GnaUA..,. 87 58 .00
CaTinBton..M..M. 88 58 .00
Djenbnrg.M....... 05 58 .00
Arlington- 80 56 .00
Brownsville..... 88 (5 .00
Milan 89 I 58 I .00
Paris.-............... 89 47 .00
Bolivar 88 52 .00
Holly Springs 87 65 .00
Oxford 88 67 .00
Bnma........ 1671 1127 .00
Means 88 59 .00
MmuOT III' all I
Wilmington 84 68 .08
Charleston 83 65 .00
Augusta....... 84 68 .02
Bavannah... ......... 86 70 .05
Atlanta.. ............ 83 67 .00
Montgomery....... 86 66 .00
Mobile 89 66 .00
New Orleans. 91 68 .00
Galveston-... 91 70 .02
"Viukaburt;. 91 66 .
Little Rock.. 91 61 .00
Memphis, a,. I 88 I 68 I .00
Bums 1047 794 .17
Means 87 0 66 0 .01
New bales are plentiful.
Brother Bagley exhorted on Court
The Dime Maaeum will soon be
thrown open again.
The bridges in the suburbs
badly in need oi repair.
. The People's Theater was thrown
open for the season last night,
The Knights of Pythias will have
i i I . 1 - . : i I - 1 i
agranu picnic at juiuvai n ouuwuij
Several small burglaries have been
reported to the police in the past few
John Yarhorough, colored, filed a
bill in chaucery yesterday Biking a
divorce from Amelia.
A meeting of the Memphis City
Club will be held at 205 Main street
at 8 o'clock this evening.
The . college of the Christian
Brothers opened yesterday with an at
tendance oi luu students.
, The street cars now run out Beale
street ta Wellington, which hits been
laid with Johnson nulj, without
This is very late in the season for
jsignolia blooms, but there is a small
tree in the yard of N. W. Bpeers which
dsb several fresn miwers.
Mncsford received last evening
new supply of Baleetier's "Victorious
Defeat;'' also "St. Briavel's," ths 1st
est in Franklin Square Library.
Licenses to marrv were issned yes
terday to N. B. Pleasants snd Minnie
E. Honter, George Lord and Fann e
E. Years, W. L. Spalding and Mamie
The Toboggan drew another big
crowd Sunday afternoon and night.
It will start again tomorrow evemug
and the ladies who attend may rest
assured of having a good time.
The committees sppointed at the
Merchants' ExchangM yesterday to so
licit subtcriptions for the Charleston
sufferers are requested to meet the
chairmen at the Merchants' Exchange
this morning at 9:30 o'clock.
There will be a meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Young Men's
Christian Association, on Wednesday
atternoon at 4 o'clock, at the new
rooms in the Lee block, 205 Main
street. All members and friends of
the association are requested to be
The Serjtember issue of the Sun
day Times was a hummer. Departing
(mm lha rut which the dailv papers
were obliged to pursue, it furnished its
reaaers wua cuuiue bbiovuuu u, ""5
inal sketches, many of tbem bind'
somely illustrated. The issue was on
the whole exceedingly creditable to
iha Timn. and itii nianairement is to
be beartilv congratulated upon the
success of their eflorts.
Rnit for divorce was filed in the
Circuit Court yesterday by Alma
against K. 8. Smith. They were mar
rfarl in December. 1881. and the com
plainant states that she has endeav
ored to aid in the snpport of the fam
ily by clerking in a dry goods store
and had run a green grocery on upper
Main street, that her husband abuses
hor and not onlv fails to BUDDOtt bim
self, but threatens to break up her
business. An injunction was issued.
TCmll Lonnwert entered ' suit
against Julia A. Waldran in the Cir
cuit Court yesterusyior ouiu aim
The Darties live in the tene
ment at No. 105 Market street and
Mm. Waldran owns a eavags New
foundland dog with a fondness for
Mr. Lonswert's flesh. The latter bad
two flnirera broken in a struggle with
the brute, which invaded bis yard, not
long siucB, and nes been unauie 10 00
any work : cence me sun.
In the Police Court yesterday
morning G. Haas, a South Memphis
store keener, was arraigned for aesault
ina a neero named Frank Watson with
a pistol. The proof showed that Wat
son saved lliai's boy from drowning
and was dissatisfied with the half dol
lar bis father gave bim for bis trouble.
Watson expressed bis dissatisfaction
with the smallnesi of bis reward in the
most vigorous way, and Uaas drew a
pistol on him. Uaas was fined $25.
President Surprise received a let
ter yesterday asking him to act is one
of the judges at the great Springfield
bicycle races, to be inaugurated next
Tuesday and continue four Ccn. lie
has not yet signified bis acceptance,
but the temptation Is bard to resist.
The SoriDsfield Club has several han
dred members, a fine ttone club house
and race track of its own and ia one
of the most flourishing organizations
of its kind in the country. Its annual
tournaments attract from 10.000 to 12.'
000 spectators daily, and the champion
riders of the world ompete for the
"The present Courthouse ia
regular vampire,,' said Chairman
Slaughter, of the County Court, yes
terday. "It keeps the county treat
ury sucked dry all the time. In the
first place, the building cott $150,000,
and $30 000 was expended at once to
nut it in proptr shape for a cnurt-
house. Since that time at least $100,'
000 have been spent in repairs. There
is hardlv a month that we do not have
to pay a big plumber's blll.'then the
roof gets to leaking or the walls need
fixing up, or something baa to be
done. The block is 148 feet square,
and with the building ought to be
worth $75,000. My belief is ws ought
to sell u and butid a uourtnonse on
the bluff, just north of the Custom
ptember Ia the Moatlb to Tlalt
If you wish to avail yourself of one
of the cheapest and most attractive
excursions on record and a visit to the
greatest city on earth take the Uoliios
excursion to Chicago on next Tuesday,
September 7ih, over the Illinois Oan
tral railroad. 1'aople lrom Bullions oo
the connecting roads can procure
tickets and Join this excursion at Ful-
'...a a si a
ton, Martin. Milm, jauason. urana
Junction, Holly Springs or Grenada.
Ses rates, etc., in another column.
Fine ffaten rwetTi tr at Milford'
Ua to Rdtlodar am Utarwramralwe) far
roar rianablaa aad tjeua-eymiag
Dyeing and Cleaning.
Ladies and Bants' clothes cleaned
or dved In anv color, also kid gloves,
ostricn x -ainers and lace curtains uy
Loots Rsiael. 68 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Uooda received Dy express
Malfort. Jeweler, m Main, so
licits orders from the country.
ft BatifMlare UtcaaaauraUae da
IS BBM0VBD BT TBI DBS Of COOOASIWB,
And it stimulates and promote the
growth of the hair.
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are the
8lld8UTerwnr t Mnlford'a
$10 to Chicago aad Return.
The Gulf Route will sell round trip
tickets to Chicago today for $ 0.
Tickets good for 20 days. For sleep
ers, call on h. n. ii.ms,
Ticket Agent, Si Madison street.
Monogram Bungles Itlnll'ord.
Cincinnati, September 6. Night
River 6 foot on tne gauge and falling.
Weather clear and pleasant.
St. Louis, September. 6. Nighty
Kiver rising, witb 6 let t inciies on
the gauge. Weather clear and hot No
arrivals or departures.
Locisviixa, September 8. Noon
River falling, witb 4 feet 3 inches in
the canal and 2 foot 1 inch on the falls.
Business booming. Weather clear and
wcrm. Dpnartnrl: RtirknveKtate.Mem
phis. Night Kiver 4 feet 4 inches in
the canal and 2 feet on the (alls and
falling. Business fair. Weather clear
Cairo, S-pt ruber 0. Noon Rlvei
8 teel 7 inches on the gauge and ri ing.
Weatber lair and wrui. No urn van
or departures of- legn'nr packet
Night Kiver S te 8 incites on the
gauge ani rising.' Wmthnr dear nd
warm. Arrived: City if VicHburg,
Ht. Ixnis, noon. Departed: City of
Vicksburg, Yicksburg, 8 p.m.
Peabodx Hvtel. '
0. B. OALLOWAT A CO PaoMiarpas.
Jiatai 12 00 and 13 par day, aoeoroina w
liae and looation of room Special
M Coleoamp, Tana H V Temple, Tenn
Joe Reiai, Ark
W L Soearoa, Tenn
J Q Helheimer, N Y
A J Perei, 111
J P Coyne, Tenn
J C Andreii, Tenn
J W Holman.lll
3 W VieS, Ky
W A Lea, Ark .
II Btuart, Mo
R L Robinion, N 0
T B Kil Patrick Aw.Mo
O W Cnrtii, Tenn
A Lindheimer, N I
(1 W A in mom, La
LB Logan, Ky
A Cbilderi, Ky
II Wickiier, Tenn
A Salinger, Ark
J Ketting, Tenn
Rll Will li. Mini
W Flleiki, Ala
D W Lake, Tenn
11 Hill, 111
J W hargont, Miei
F Decker, Ark
W A Weard, Ky
W 8 Moore, Tenn
JB Ciaybrook, Tann
A A Cnrtii,
E Mosby, Tenn
II Miirell, N Y
II Murdnnh. Mo
IS J Bwaneon, Tenn
B F Powell. Miia
B C Chamber!. Pa
J K Fetter, N Y
K 11 uynei, mim
0 n Ingram, Mo
u w tfrlniflt, Ky
II T Kidd, Tenn
P R Roger!, Tenn
U L Hale, N Y
A A Kearny, N X
K O Nalilelt. Mil
v v uaaiey, unio
n 1 Ailiton, IN X
h Kooll, Ark
W O Maion, Mill
8 P Cox, P.
W T Ktranire. Tax
J F Allen, Ark
K I uivver. Mill
T O Cale, Mim
J Anoui. Ark
N J Kitoheui, N J
H 11 Matlank, Ky
II M Bhockley, Mo
F M Haddox, Tex
W C MoNutt, nity
J 0 Norfleet, Tenn
H L Baboook, N Y
Mr M MurJooh, Mo
0 II Blood Aw, Mo
T A Kendia, 1) C
Mite J K Hinilh, Mo
R A Holme., N Y
S Springer Aw, Mill
O W Butler, Mils
K J Carrington, Mill
W 0 McLean. Miei
F M DuVal, Tenn
J H Crider, Ohio
WR Lake, Ala
W Orgill, Tenn
K W Parker, Mo.
n n, ooaenig, m
J L Uanie Aw, Tenn
J F Gantry, Mill
B Weil. Kv
J Higdini, Ky
Tne Hew uaroao.
FARRINQTON, STEWART A WHITE,
Ratal, $2 50 to W par day, aooordlng to laoa-
uon ox rooma.
8M Oraham, Mo Wm Clifford, Ohio
JT Wright, Oa JTWil.on, fla
C E Hooper. Md C II Nelion, Md
J M Wood, Va H Kariner, Mill
KH Temple. Va HMMyeri.NT
DO Lowemlein.Tenn Dr A Tad lock A, Tenn
ChaiWeiton. N Y
W DBledae. Mill
i 0 Prltohett, Mill
O R Dreedlove, Tenn
L Kichardinn Aw.Miii
h Dana, Mo
J uunningham, Xenn
H 0 Tompklni, Tenn HW Jonaijr, Tenn
li inerrm, unio
John A Moura. Mo
K Denton, Tenn
J J Hillman. Tenn
J N Foeter, Mill
J L Aakew. Tenn
(J Lorrand, la
W 0 Sharrod. Ala
E OThvmpton, Ark
1 McDonald, Tenn
R D Abernatby, Mill B D Ilodgei A w, Ark
j uonn, unio
AO Miller. Mo
in ill vuuviBr, Ail
J L Simmoni, Mill
i Carroll, Tenn
W Boovlile Aw.Oa
T J Lindiay.Tenn
W Oar Aw, Tenn
J W Milllngton, 111
H Hlnhbarg. Ohio
R T llarrii, Misi
A L Johmon, Tenn
R D Fraaer, Mlai
W K Lore, Mini
L Andenon, Tena
A Dodd, Br. Ohio
B D Ware, Mill
L B Petterion, Mill
TE Hammond, Ark
J T Allen Aw, NY
E T Forbes, Tenn
N D Smith, La
M E Munford, Mo.
C B Morae, Ky
J S Smith, Ohio
R T Banden. N Y
u u I. Til
Ike Morria, Tenn
W JOidding, N I
TK Leslie, NY
Oeo Read. Ga
R F Tate, Tenn
WP Wat kin Ai
J Hirhber. Ohio
W F Uamner. Tann
R M Bledae, Mill
it rink, miii
Nanoleon Hill. Mlaa
Mra T O Lambeth, Ala
vi a uiover, unio
I Q Kenton, Mini
RI Montrose, Miss
R E Cbatfield, N Y
G H Foster, Tenn
U 0 Baldwin, La
C LKent, Mo
B L Perkins, Ky
L K Perkins, Ohio
II S itiartin, Mira
TL Pinaon, N Y
L E Boott. Kv
R R Mnrrell, Tenn
B E Bailey, Tenn
S R l'ickena, Ua
IB Midd eton, Ala
W E Laurence, Tenn
R E Foots, Tenn
C F Bangi, Tenn
L D Hobbi Aw, Mo
W W Baker. Miat
J H Little, Miai
RE Smith, Ohio
R H Armstrong, Oa
T B liiokt, Ohio
H E Uoodnet, Me
B A Morria, Miia
Miss E Savory, Ma
EE Carroll, Ark
B LBpau din.,N Y
RJ Whitehead, Ala
1 f Adam. Tenn
W W Mrarai, Tena
a v Kickey, Ala
D H Keeper, Tenn
J G Warren, Mo
I II Ewing, Mill
R W Gaylor, Ohio
MI Ward, Ark
T O Whitehead, Ga
A J Simpaon, Ohio
J B Jaoiaon, Me
L G Savory Aw, Me
Chaa Doualaaa, Ark
H 8 PopeNY
IE Brooks, Ohio
LK Porter, Ind
R J Williams, Ind
HH Clark. Ark
J B Jauilaon, Ullio
B B Moaea, Ind
II S Tompkim, Tann
W. H. BINOH AM Mimoaa.
European plan. Enlarged end refurnished
Prioea aooording to aise and looa
tion of roomi.
H f Cook, Mo J 8 Gant, Mill
B Battle, Ark - MD bbearin, Tenn
JML IIard.Tenn II M Howser, Ark
J ti R Cowan, Tenn MA 0 iniidine, Tann
u j nutcninaon,ienn a noageri, Tenn
i j ruppin, xenn
B Beiank. Tenn
V Bteger, Tenn
J B Hosier, Tenn
R J Mitchell, 111
K L Ecklea, Miaa
Mra Watson, Misi
J 11 tain, Ark
J W Little Aw, Ky
CP Gibson, Misi
J H Smith, Tenn
w Lowuian, Mill
E Kahn. Miss
1 Catty, Miss
V S LegKott, Miaa
J DnuirhArtv. Miaa
J S Calloway, Ky
in u layior a zc.xennii lianeur. ronn
0 J Uuiggina. Mies T M Becker. Miaa
R D WilDorn Aw, Ala W B Vankirk, Mo
ai uoiaen, nisa
J 'J Page. Tenn
T H Wobb, nisa
E M Uight, Misi
J 0 Harris, lenn
B L Cockroft, Tenn
D T Porter. Tann
N B Jones, lenn
M S Jay, Tenn
J C Moore, jr, Mill
Z Taylor, Tenn
W S Moore. Tann
jv a t aires, xenn
J paufuircy, A:
J W Tarry, Miss
A V Maybury. Ark
. V,'ar. Ar
Miss B Newman, Ark
0 B Newman, Ark
DJ Utley Aw, Tex
A L Stanley, Ala
L D Snapps, Ark
C Mahan, Ark
A 111 nog, lenn
T B Rogers, Masa '
R Wa.a, Ark
B Steveni, Mill
J K Uansell.Mo
W K Alston, La
J R Sloan, Tenn
J U Harding, Mo
- J O Roaeborough, Mill
R U McUee, Tenn
W O Brown, Tenn
J A Wiaterton, Mill
RO Miller, Tenn
J W Leonard, Tenn
J B Armstrong, a
A II Ingram, Ark
u Jesnon, Ark
M Kilmer, Ttnn
11 TSinnot. Tenn
J T Smith, Ark
N - Jennings, lenn
F Daniell, Mo
F J Kog e Aw, La
F J rog'e it. L
F B Dab ney, La
O Jonea, Miaa
Miaa C Jones, Mill
J T Long, Kas
A P Brooke, Tonn
W O Womsck, Tenn
T Taylor, Tenn
A Weber, Tonn
R H Brown. Miaa
J 11 Hope, Misi
T 1 Uoualaai. Mlsa
1) a Anaereon, Alls!
11 M Hendomon. I enn C Mo
HB Paul.N WAMVRy J M Barton,
in. Ma F Ry
B L Thomas A w, MissO A Cox Aw, La
JRIloy.NY J Nathan, Mlai
nKiontgomery,lennJ 1'atterson, Tenn
K E Ranker, Ark W L Graham, Tenn
JMDunoan, L.NOA A J Schwariman, Mo
T Ry S J ilailiday, Minn
Daljr'i Bnropeaai Hotel,
Ooraer of Adami and Main atreete. Rooma,
nuo, 70 ana si per day Amerioan riani
U per day.
Firat-olaai Reatanrant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUm (lu yeara withPeabody UoUl)
J F Rhodea, Tenn
A McAroy, Mo
j H Snder, La
A Parr Aw, Miia
J Reldy, Ark
R 11 Uwatoey.Tona
f Irvine, Ala
T Dobaon, Mo
CP Barton, Tenn
P Gleaann, Ark
F Ashe, Ohio
j B Powell, Tenn
J N Pybaaa, Tenn
J A Ball, Tex
i Van Hook, Tenn
M Innia, Tenn
M T Martin, Ind
CM 1'hiUipi, Ind
f P Watts, Ohio
J M Taylor, Tenn
J W Lathing, Ind
B C Tucker, Ark
L W Smith, Md
J L North, Ark
II W Fird, 8 C
C J Anderson, Tex
0 A Griffin, Tenn
B Stevens, Tenn
J Kaufman. WT
0 W Made, N Y
A Dickinson, Ark
R 1 homaon, Ky
E J Swanson, Tenn
CP Person, Tenn
K R Dnnnan. Oa
M N Danheiser, Tens
v L James, lenn
W R Welaell.Tex
A A Martin, Tenn
F Fie'. is, Tenn
W M llarrall. Ark
W 6 Wilaon, Frk
C M Arok, Miss
II U Withers, Mo
R L Malcolm, Mo
RJ Haley, Ohio
W L Harris, Tena
TM White, Ark
C M Haiard, Mias
j L Boyd, Ind
J L Nathena, Ga
RIHT aKD riT'l COailtNATIOM,
RJ Riley. T Fey,
T B Nichols, Frank Burt,
WmUray, Jule WatUra,
G 0 mark, j Gibson,
d Uanley, Miss Kittle W Riloy,
iss Aimee Uanley, Min M Clifford,
ADVICE TO If OTHERS.
Mux. WiKai.nw'1 BooTHiHd Syrup should
alwayi be used fur children teething. It
anotbea tbe child, aoflena the gums, allays
all pin, euros wind colic, and la the best
remedy tor diarrhea) 2"o a bottle.
$10 00 to KaiiBits City and Return.
On Kpptember 14th the Gulf road
wll sell round tiip Konras City tick
ets at $10 g ioii lor six days. Tliis
will give M -iiipliinns an rpporiunily
to veil this great city of thi tVet at a
run h II eot-t The IuteieUie Fair and
Kp -ttnn aiil be in progreas from
t ie 13th to the 18 h. For ii kets and
sletping b"nh call m h n. kh.ih,
Ticket Agent, 31 Madison street.
Order "M a I lord Made Medal?.
We Fall in Line for the
First Fall Month.
THE SUMMER HAS ENDED.
Some Seasonable Sugges
tions for Memphis
The Summer, aooording to the
Almanao, has ended, and it is time
now to think of something else than
how to esoape the summer heat.
Fall, with its change of climate and
change of clothing, is ooming.-
For the ohange of clothing which
is now necessary, the Misfit Clothing
Parlors. No. 262 Seoond street, has
long been preparing. We have not
been idle during the hot months, and
the result of our activity is that we
are now better able than ever to offer
great bargains to our customers
Our field has been extended and we
will be able to offer larger assort
ments and still lower prioes.
The Misfit Clothing Jarlors are
now offering a fine fall stock. It
you need Clothing be sure to call and
inspect it. You may not need an en
tire suit. A coat or a pair of pants
may be necessary to piece out your
fall attire. Well, we have prepared
for just suoh emergencies. We have
New Fall Sulla,
Haadaonae Ureas Suits,
Oood Every Day Sulla,
Coats and Vesta,
A Fiaa Line or Famta,
raala for Dreaa or Work
All our Clothing is offered at
prioes whioh do not represent the
actual first oost of the goods. By
buying from us you get the finest
Clothing in the world for much less
than its actual value.
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
r Remember, all alterations to Insure a
perleot fit, dona free of ohirga by a first-
Removed to 308 Front St.,
Between Monroa and Madison, Nearly
P ATAU H H
Gives Ra'Ief at
onoa and Cures
or Powder. Free
Druii and Offan
A particle la applied into each noatrll and
ireeanis. rrioe ov c
tail, reaistered. 60oai
Prioe 50 eenta at Drussisls
KLY BROS., Druggists. Oweio. N
we (crlln rereeiaieaa
aaova to al lac Ooaonauaa
w. h.,a vjA coBftdaa.
able, sad la fry 61H tl
hi gin. Mtuucuca.
AlwM A IJak,
Hudtea. N. Y.
Sold by D flip.
A Valuable Patent.
taneya (Hans) Corn and Pea Plan
ter. HAVING parfeoted my Invention, I wlah
to place it before the public especially
manufacturers. Al a Corn PlanUr. It is a
perleot suooesa opens the drill, distributed
the seed accurately, nnininred, and ooverd
the lams, thereby ona man performing the
work of three, Tbev have been naed in
thla lection for over a doaen yeara with per
fect satisfaction.. Una give responsible teatl
m JOHN U. DANOT.DanoyvllIe.
Haywood oountv. TenvJ
Tbe Original and Only evanlase.
Sate and always Reliable. Dewaroot worst,.
Indianenaable to LA ! EN.
A"H your rrnu for " Csaicineoteir'a
:ncli "and take no other, or Inclose 4e
(stamps) to us for particulars Tie laTTra by
rrlnra trrnll. N n . PAPEU. t hi
ehraier t liwnlcal t'o.,
II.HIS MiMllajon q, Phllada.,
'tAIK supplied by OKO. O.OOODW1N
WholMale Awonn. Bertea, lUnaa
COAL AND WOOD
1A BEAT.B STREET,
Near .the Corner of Desoto, Memphli, XeriB
V o s
f f10 DiTB. J
M ShthIm1 sM I. jj
4 M mm BuWtar
Iw J MraMiybyae '
JAMES C. BEJUL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Noa. '299 and 292
SADDF TiK Y
I" SPECIAL PBICE9 to Ballroad
JAMES M. eoODBAB.
BOOTS & JSISOES
No. 319 MAIN STREET MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
erOur Fall and Winter Btock of BOOT
Is now complete, and we Inriie tne aieronanta Tisiuns memnnia to call ana examine tne same, ine lact mai we aen more luao anj uiunr
house here, and perbapi more than anr home somh ot the Ohio river. Is sufficient evidence -that our rooia and pricea are aatis'aotorr to
the trade. We still oarrr a large line of CUSTOM-SI ADE HOODS, innludinf the oeebrated Oeo. Hocker Calf Boots, Krippendorf.
Dittman ACo.'s Ladies' Kid, Goat and Call,
any hone. fllveusacall.
Deviled Crabs, Shrimp,
Salmon, Freab Can Haokerel,
Brook Trout, Oyetera,
Haeberel In Tomato Catsup,
Sweet StutTed Flekles,
Soar Flekles by tbe !. and In Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Relish,
Wooater Sauce, Tomato Cataup,
Capers, Mustard, Carry Powder,
Salad Dreaalnar, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cbeeae, Celery Sauee,
Celery Salt, Kte., Etc.
J. F. BTTCKHAM & CO.
IMPORTER ABO DIALIR 15
Sung, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle
and uase-uaii wooas.
WHOLES A LB AND RETAIL.
34 Main Street. Hempbla. Team
Kanufaoturing and Repairing oi Sans
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
218 Matin St., Memphis, Tem
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
TUBE PAINTS, CASTAS, Etc.
j. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Importers and dealers in nne, Aramn.
Itlon and Flablasr Taeklo, Balldors'
Hardware, tleetrle Bella and as
nunelatora for Hotel! and Residences, 348
Main street, Mempblat, Tenn. Electric
inppliei always on hand. Repairing neatly
L. C. TYLER.
W. T. STONE.
(Suooessors to Eokerly, Stone A Co.)
ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE
WINSHIP COTTON GIN
268 Front Street, Memphis.
Importer and Dealer la
eaaa, Flablna; Tackle aad Sports,
men's Supplies. ar Special atUntlos
given to MANUf ACTUBIN9 and Bl
4ia Mln SlMemphia. Teniw
Tail BELT or Re
geners tor ii made ea
nresslv lor tbe our
of degeneration ol
the generative or
gans. There is no
mistake abou thisln
tmment the oon
tinuona stream ot
meating through the
na-,a mast restore
them to health, action. Do not confound
this with Electrie BelU advertised to euri
all Ills from head to toe. It Is for the ON H
speoiBo purpose. For circulars giving full
nformatilon, address Cheever Eleotrio Bell
t;o.. in; w asninaton streat. t.ninaif--.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS
or tub m man bmpy km.kki. hkvm.oi'KI
Ml l QtsTOStillft t.lrmhrTl'ej
m'"H sht-nl lliU.
. "i.t19. N. Y.
ALL persons are hereby warned npt
hn,nii...r.i.iiSA.ia Kn M tor tm sbarel
Masonic temple Stock, iasued to R. W. 6hel-
ton, April n, ii. a it nas oe.n i w
ald, and I haveapp led lor a flupiicaie.
S. H. 6UELI0N, AdmmiaUator.
MANDFACTDREBS AND JOBBERS
H T&DWAIU2 AND
anc levee Coatractors for Wagon,
WS. I.. CL4KK. E. J. CARRl.VGTO.
AR A OOMF AMY
ABTI SHOES the largest In tbla market, and
besides a large variety of other makea. Our
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
Jio. 7 MADISON
PAID UP CAPITAL,
WM. KATZENBERQER, President.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON
To tliG Trado
Have attained, has induced unprincipled manufacturer! to place on the market a baie
imitation. We hereby caution the public that all Genuine Cigarros will bear Jt HbU bear
on each box. and our Factory Number, SOU, Sd tsialrlrt, N T.
The only all long Havana filler cigar on the market for S centi.
obo. x. IjIbs ea go.,
MOON & JOYIJER,
"THE STANDARD OF THE TfCBLD.M
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STYLES, 25.00 AND UPWARD,
nrlKKHS-Oaih, or easy Monthly Installment!. Write for Illustrated Catleue.-1
O. KL- HOUOK OO.
SOLE AGEHrS FOR T1TE SOUTHWEST,
No, BOO nxevln at., THxta.vlxmt Tesxarx.
n. 1U Vnlan Street, Haabwllle. I Ho. 1100 Olive Dtreot, St. Vmmi
TVbolesale Dealers and Publishers,
Sole Agents for the following Firat-Claai Instruments;
STEINWAY and K
PIANOS Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and VVheelock.
ORGANS Clough &. Warren, and Smith American.
aWA NEW T-OCTAVB PIANO FOE 8l0.-
Write for Catalogue'. Vo. 231 and 23.1 Second Street, Memphis
JUST RECEIVING AND IN STORE,
1,000 bags lVcw Croo (Season 1886), Rio t'oflee.
3.000 keKS Iron and steel Mails-best brands.
1,00 barrels Refined Sugar-all grades.
100 barrels New Crop (reason 1886), Kice.
1,50 pkgs. Leal and Refined .ard.
150 Heroes Canvassed Hams.
100 boxes Breakfast, Bacon.
1,000 bags Shoi, Powder and Caps.
13 OOO bxes Canned Woods, Sardines, Oysters, Etc.
1,00 bxs. pure NewCreana Cheese Mi ver Moo Brand.
1,000 bags hand-picked Virginia and Tennessee Peanuts.
Manufacturers of the celebrated brands of SIL
VER MOON and MUMPlIIFure Stick Candy, and Baking
Importers of Foreign FrniU, Lemons, Oranges
Raisins, Nuts, Etc.
Nos. 284 and 286 Main Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
sail la tbe market,
209 MAIN STREET,
Speer's Cotton Gin
1 REMOVED TO
Hilling from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
WsTlnsurance and Sacks free.
I The Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
"Best Yield. Best Sample.
URESES S EnIES-T-niS
(felUt ESSORS TO S.
Cigars and Tobacco
275 Main Street. Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
E.F.MEYEK, ftec'y and Xreas.
Scraper and Cart Harness.
F. O. JONES.
ona of tbe largest to be found In any market-
Kaatorn made goods cannot no aurpasse'i Dr
1. KATZENBEKG EE. Cashier.
DEPOSITS, FROM ! VP.
Factory 200, 3d District, M.Y.
witb a fall aaeera
i i MEMPHIS, TENN.
E. EEK), JOBBERS OF