MEMPHIS DAILY ArPEAL- WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER, 8. 1886.
RUIEOAD THE TABLE.
LoilKTfllf, Vw Orleait m4 Tiu R'j
MIHSIASIPPI TALLII BOVTB.
ud altar Mar 1. 1886, puHim tnaiai oa
thii road will run as follows:
1 KM) ft.
U :1 P.m
A-THk all 11dm .nUrlai M.mpbU.
B-With M.1N.W.H. ft. for Halana.
0 for Ureenrille and Hantini ton, .ad all
Jt With N., J. AC.R.R. lor DatobM and
t Tor Point, oa th. Branch.
O With at.am.ri for Bavon flare..
H With railroadi diverting tor Florida!
ifliH .oa oMtipoinu.
JAB. M . KDW A RS, V. P. and fl. M.
aTJ.KNAPP. Q.P. A.
taaL.tppI and Tenneaaoe. Tralni
moT. i lollown NewOrleam nail arrival
aauy at :.m. iuth daily at 5:00 p.m
ewnort Itwiand Mlaalaalnnl hi
lay. Traini mora ai lollown Fait Una
Lara at 10:00 a.m. I bt. Looil fait lina
1..T.I at 5 :S0 p.m. : Fait Una arrirai at 1 :30
p.m. tot. iionM laiwin. arrive at a.m.
Lonlayllla aad aalavllle Tralni
mova a. follow! t Fat mail arrival daily at
o ua.m. : i.arai atiu:iu p.m.t mall l.avei
daily at 10:10 a.m.i arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Browaivill. accommodation! lTti daily
zo.pt Sunday, at 6:00 p.m. i arrivaa daily
azo.pt Sunday, at 8:60 a.m. (itanderd time)
faaapbla aad Little) Rork.-Tralni
nova at follow! (central itandsrd tim.)t
Wo. 1 laaTM dally at 4:W p.m.t arriru at
too p.m. 00. siaares at o:no a.m.: arrives
at 8 :50 a.m. No. 6 (fr.ifht) I..T.I Hopefleld
dally Uzo.pt Sunday) at 6:00. a.m.i arrirai
at 7:10 p.m.
Clair HAnta (Kanana nty, Uprlaa
14 aad Hemphl) Tralni Imi H. and
T. d.pot ai followi: No. 4, KaniaiClty ei
rr.li, leavei at 10:45 ajn.i No. 8, Kaniai
City azprui, arrival at 30 p.m. No. 2,
. Kania City mail, lam. eB:00 p.m. I No. H,
Kaniai City mail, arrirai at 8:46 a.m. No.
1, Bt. Lonii and Chlcafi ei press, l.aru at
6:00 p.m.) Na. I, tit. Loam and Chleaio.i
praii, arrival at 1:45 a.m. Ia .ffaot Sunday,
Ifamphta aad fharleaton Tralni
mora ai followi I Through azpraii l.ar.i
dally at 10:40 p.m. Mail and azpraii I.arai
dally at 10:00 a.m. Bom.rrill. aooommoda
tioa l.ar.i dally, azo.pt Sunday, at 6 :W
a.m. Throoih .zpr.ii arrival dally at 6:26
a.m. Mail and azpr.ii arrival dally at ICiUO
S.m. Bom.rvill. aeoommodatioa arrival
ally, .zo.pt Sunday, at 8 :30 a.m.
enipbla, Hlrtnlncham and Allan,
la Hollr Bprind Route Trains mov. ai
followi: No. 1 l.avai M.mphil daily at3:45
&m.i arrival at Holly Bnrinci at 5:58 p.m.
. S l.avai Holly Sprinzi dally at 9:00
a v., arrival at Memphii at 11:15 a.m.i No.
6 Naval Hamphli dally at 7:15 p.m., arrival
at Holly Bprinzi at 11:45 p.m.i No. 6 laavai
olly Sprlnci dally at itilA a.m., arrival at
.mphU at 8:45 a.m.
For Mississippi: Fair weather ; no de
tided chamje in temperature; windt gener
For Louisiana and Texas: Fair
weather; no decided change in temperature;
tatter I y winds, becoming variable.
For Arkanuu: Fair watlxer; station
ary temperature ; ea tetly winds, becoming
For Kentucky and Tennessee: Fair
veatlier; nearly stationary temperature;
Time. Bar. Tber. Wind. W'ther
7:00 a.m. 30.181 C9.0 N.E. F.ir.
8:00 p.m. 30.124 87.0 N.E. Fair.
10:00 p.m. 30.118 78 0 NE. Clear.
Maximum temperature, 88.0.
Minimum temperature, 08.0.
Oione, 11 am., 0.
la Iba Col to a Region.
Signal Saavica, D. 8. Abut,
(September 7, 18805 p.m. J
Diriaion of telex rami and reports for
the benefit of commerce and agricul
ture. Cotton region bulletin for the
twenty-four hours ending September
7th. at 5 o'clock p.m.
MKMPHI8 DIB- g g g- 4 g g 3
Mempbia 88 63 .00
flaahviHe 87 64 .-
Grand Junction... 00 CO .00
Coiinth 03 63 ,00
Tuicumbla 80 62 .00
i)ecatar 90 64 .00
8tUbiro......... 89 (U .00
Hernando 87 (15 .00
B tee villa M 80 67 .00
Grenada 83 00 .00
Csvington..-.. 88 64 .00
Deraburg . MNIIMI I 94 64 .00
ArUngtonn 03 65 .00
BrownaTille....... 8i) (Ml .00
Milan 01 Ii3 .00
Parle.M . eeea aeeaaaaa. 1 SM) 1 61 I .00
Bollyar-...... 81) 64 .00
Holly Bpringe.-... 87 68 .00
Otford ...... 80 60 .00
8nma....... 1700 1217 .
Means 90 64 .00
3 ' g 3 ' g p
Wilmington 83 65 .17
Charleeiou ......... 84 67 .64
Augusta.. 85 67 .01
Savannah . 87 71 .12
Atlanta. 85 68 .03
Montgomery 88 67 .00
Mobile 00 65 .00
New Orleans 91 00 ,00
Galveston...- 92 71 .00
Viskabnrg 91 60 .
Little Rock 91 64 .00
Memphi 90 64 .00
,"- -aaww i ma
Bums K57 807 .87
Means 88 0 67 0 .03
School Board meets Monday.
The Chanceiy Couit will be in sea
Three dikes for the protection of
the Memphis river front have been
The Toboggan will be miming
in is evening sua is sore to uraw a
License (o matry was iwucjyes
terday to Hugh O'Kourke and
William Bath was hell without
bail on preliminary examination vs
terday for tbe mur jt-r of John Kelly.
Mr. Henry Walsh, Danuty Chan
eery Cle k and Master, and a young
man of fine natural and educational
attainments is fav.nubly p ken of as
a candidate t r tne icgisiatare.
In the Cbaucery Court ytaterday
Adler, Uoldmaa A Co., ot im. iOius,
through tbeir attorney, B. W. Hirah,
filed a bill acainst the Indian Bay and
St. Charhs Hnpply Company, of Ar
kansas, for J2Sb7.
If there is any official who roeds
a vacation - it i- Secretiry Pullen'
of the l'.ilice and Fire Conimiiuners.
He has been atoadily at bis desk for
two years and has well earned a
decent leave of absence.
There will be service tonight at
the First Methodist Cburcb, con
ducted by Dr. Steel. Subject: "The
Word In the Work." Every one is re
quested to bring a Bible. A good
choir will lead the singing.
Dr. Nail was summoned last night
to attend a young man named George
Lisenbsrger. who was auuering from a
wound and blood poisoning at tbe die
reputable house No. 135 Ma'nstree'.
Ctiloroform waa administered and an
operation performed, bnt Lisenberger
could not he saved. He is said tD
have been subject to epilepsy in addi
tion to his other ailments.
The PreHbytery of Memphis con
vened Monday night at Mason depot.
The moderator, the Rev. W. G. Rich
ardson, died at his home in Stanton
about two months asn. It is probable
tbat Licentiate S. It. Hone, recently
fromPrincaton Seminary, fi. J., will be
ordained to tbe fall workol th minis
try. He is a young ma a of fine a'.tain
meota and great promise.
Tbe Bradstreet Agency reports 173
failures in the United Sta'es during
the week ending September 3, 1880.
anainftt 150 in the preceding wetk, and
109, 178, 142 and 1 10 in the correspond
ing weeks of 1885, 1H84, 1883 and 1882,
respectively. Middle Stite b, 68 ; New
England States, 23 ; Southern States,
14; Western Statap, 59; Pacific States
and Territories, 19; Canada, 27. Total
in the United States and Canada, 200.
The Forreet City Times of Septem
ber 4th says: The lecture upon tbe
Philosophy of Human Life, at the
Presbyterian Church Tnaedav night
y tne Kev. h. u. uaiuwen, oi -Mom
pins, was instructive ana entertaining,
The lecturer presented several phases
of life, paid attention to the cynic,
nondescript, egotist, skeptic and oth
er, and exhibited a familiarity With
books and a true appreciation of tbe
duties of life.
A medal for Knouff, now In course
of preparation, will be presented in a
few days. Mr. E' bridge made i ublic
announcement of the fact Saturday,
when he presented the other medais.
It will be of gold, similar in shape aad
design to those won by Snei a. An
drews and Broughtun, and will bear
tbe inscription, "To Edward Knouff,
for nnexcelled pitching, from a legion
of Mempbii friends " It will be a
well deserved tribute to the merits of
a great pitcher.
Convention of the Lauderdale
To th. Editor! ol Th. App.al:
RiPLtY, Tbnm., Ssptember 6. A
large and reprerentative convention of
the Democracy of Lauderdale county
assembled here on Saturday, tbe 4th
instant. There were seen tbe most
flintifying evidences of tbe barmon
ous feeling, and of determination to
win in the ensuing campaign by in
The indorsement given to our follow
citizen, the Hon. P. T. Glass, the
present Representative in Congress
from tbe Ninth District, was emphatic
and enthusiastic. By a unanimous
vote of the convention he win de
clared to be the first choice of this
county for the Brownsville nomina
tion, and the larga delegation cboeen
to repreRent this county in tbe conven
tion which will meet there on
Wednesday next, are instructed
to ne every honorable means
to secure his renomioation. Mr.
Glis', eince he entered Oon
grsrs, has grown Immensely on
the Democracy of this dletrict. and is
now umivereally esteemed one of the
most able and uteful members of Cm
gre s from the Southern btatos. With
out the slightest deposition to dispar
age the merits of other aspirants, we
yet none mat our convention may Bee
and appreciate the wisdom ot keeping
Mr. GlaB in this position. We cannot
aflord to give him up.
Uur County Convention made a
most excellent (election ol a candidate
lor Representative in the State Legis
laturethe Hon. Cha. S. O. Rice, a
most estimable and intelligent gentle
man, of thorough loyalty to the party,
and having the advantage of a term in
tbe Legislature some ye irs go.
Altogether, we uod that we did a
good day's work on Saturday, and are
now foil ready for the serious work of
htj campaign. lmtdhrdah.
Sam May left last night for New
8. STERitBKRa and wife are back
from a two months' trip to the North
west. Sam Schivbs and wile left latt nk'ht
for Philadelphia and Eastern watering
Frank Kaiin. accompanied bv Mrs.
Kahn and family, returns today from
a visit to Northern summer resorts.
C. W. Mrtcalf relumed to the city
yesterday after an absence of several
weeks fishing and hunting in the lakea
William Cai.dwbi.l, of Penatobia,
Miss., pawed through the city yester
day on his way to Clarksvillo, fenn.,
where he will prosecute studies in the
Southwestern Presbyterian University.
S. W. Williams ha jnst returned
from an extentive trip through Ar
kansas and Louisiana, having sold
some o( tbe largest bills ever sent
through that section for year;. He
has been selecting a new territory
through Tixas and he suems determ
ined t make St. Louis aud other cities
open their eyes.
At the residence of the bride's eie
ter, Mrs. Miller, on Monroe street,
lat Monday evening Miss Minnie
Hunter and Mr. N. B. Pleasants were
united in marriage. The groom is
well known a a sterling young busi
ness man, and the bride, one of the
most charming vonns ltdles of the
city, was universilly known for the
great power, purity and melody of Her
voice, which mads her a leading figure
in the choir ol the Strangers Church.
Cluhino prices of October options
at Chicago yesterday: Pork, $10 05;
lard, ft! 65; clear rib sides, ffl 70;
corn, 41 c; wheat, 77 Jc; oata,20jc.
Yisitohh cn 'Chanae yeFtsrday: J.
Felienthal. llrownsville; J. M. Wag
goner, Bells; A.M. Bateson, Liver
pool; Mine Minni Yae. city; Mrs. W.
W. Willis and Mrs. F. W. Sherrill,
The following conundrum was pro
pounded to the 'On Chancre reporter
of tbe Aitral yesterday : ' Why is it
mat cotton declined ic in Memphis
today after an advance in Liverpool
olMCd.and lu Mew York of l-10c?"
The reporter gave It np.
SriERs'sGin turned out three new
bales ytsteniay, averaging over 500
pounds. They wr vrown by
Moore & I'ouglpss, William White
and James Neinli, nrid conttigried re
flectively to V. F. Taylor A Co.,
Hjbcoilittld, llanauer A Co. and Tboe.
II. Alltn A Co.
W. H.BINOHAM .Mimeiz.
Karopaaa plan. KnlawaandrtfurnUh.il.
Prioa. aooordiaa to lit. aad looa
tioa of room.
O Klmp.1, Ark W D Trotter, Mill
T 8 Ad.rholdt, Mil. D McCracktn, Ohio
N V Hamilton. Ark .1 0 Clay Aw, Mill
W N Yount , Ark J Smith, Mail
SN Alftn, Mill jf A Bhaw Aw. Mill
P H MoUuffsy, Mill J B Cole, M in
J P Marshall, Mill J DL.1I1., Mill
J O It rant lay, T.nn T B Luck, Mill
J I) Powell, Mill K llrooki, Mill
J N ltrown. Mini Mli Bllaya.a, Hill
Mr. W.iion, Mil! F W Bo.rd, Tenn
F F Fowl.r, T.na L B MrFarlanJ, T.na
L J Urooki, Tenn H M Chapman. Mill
(i C Chandl.r, Mill F JaonKi, Ark
H 8 Ham.r, Mill A K Williamion, Mill
A B Crawlord, Ark A M Cl.Kt. Mill
K Montoia.ry,Tena J M Bamieri, lii
Miji Wllliami, Ala Mini V Wi ion, Ala
Mn F.naaon, Ark Mln Ferguaon, Ark
W A Johnion, T.nn W A 8tovr.ll, Ohio
II Montaomery, Miai Zach Tarlor, T.nn
W J Smith. Tana L A Hamilton, T.na
A Boyd, Tinn O Crmiaan, la
N Meriw.th.r.T.nn L llnnaner. Tann
J E Braith, Ark J N Ford, T.nn
W F Taylor, Tenn O M Taylor, T.nn
11 J CarpanUr,Tenn T O'ilara, Ark
K P Barnum, T.nn J w Foster, Mill
0 N Barton, Tenn L PCoopar Aw, Tann
Mri Stewart A.l.Tenn J E Rvley, Mo
K L Wall, Mill F E NorHeet, Mill
J T Wiliiami.Mlii J LUomai, Mifi
0. B. GALLOWAV tt CO M..PorrTOis.
Katai II 51 and 13 par day, aceorJins to
lie and location of room Bpaoial
R T. Vravlor. Tann T T Tall.v. T.nn
K W Heetb. Miai
ji monitor, j eon
W Honker, Ark
W B Robinson, Ark
J I Hancock, Mo
S B Krana, N Y
w A Dew.ri, f.nn
W R MoCreary, Ark
T C Stuart, Tann
h Salinger, Ark.
D 11 Hamilton. Ark
1) F Cad mm, N
F A Franoiaoo, N X
O H Obear, N
A O Lee, Miai
J P Pease, Miai
J Q Murrell, Tenn
II ft Winn. Tenn
Miai M Kobinaon.iuiu
Mill L Koblnaon.JKlil r v nooinion, miss
W H Moore, Tenn J W Arderaon, T.nn
J Morrii, Tenn J U Foster, Misa
Mri W II Palmer, NY J R Orahnm A, Ark
Mix! Allan. Ark
P Clnnton. Mlsa
j E Logwood, Ala
J II MoPbail. Tenn
M B Ton.y.Tenn
0 II Marshall, N
A P Sauer, Misi
0 R Harris, Mill
Jo Reynolds, La
II Wright, jr.
T A Marshall, Jr.
i Armatein, N
II Parks, jr., Tenn
S BChiam, Miai
M rt Bryco. Pa
J M Satrurd.Tenn
J T Urownlee, Mill
T Hartmiin, Ark
B 0 Jaokion, Ark
W M Jones. Ala
J J Slnrlch, Ind
O 8 Evana, N
J Marx. N Y
h II Uubb.ll, Mo
O H Ing.rion, T.nn
R Thomson, lenn
W W Millrr. Misi
A Voamar, Ohio
K 0 Doty, Misa
H W Smith, Tenn
iino W Ainmons. La
11 K lohnaun, Mlaa
J T Hamblett. T.na
M I) llowoll.Mo
K K Thomas. T.nn
J W Vick, Ky
8 Slinma k t, Ark
A MMobl.y, Ala
C Broadway, N Y
M M Maroh, N
v u Jennings, la
Mrs Simmon 'A o, Ark W J Bland lit, Li
COPavna, Tinn .las B Deadly, Tenn
Curtii Wulten.Tenn W Kawrence, Tenn
The Hw Uayoao.
FARRINQTON, 8TEWART A WHITE,
Ratsi, 12 50 to at par day, aooording to loca
tion of roomi.
W RMoIntoih. T.nn MJBenl., Ark
W A Stewart, Ark J L Askew, 'lenn
W O Mollhee, Tenn K L Estep, Tenn
Mn E Lov. A f, Mill Mra. Q J Banks, Mill
Mrs L b'erlinr. Miai II II Jones, Ala
MMSoay, NY H (1 Marshall, Mo
K A Dixon, Mo J W Hailoy, T.nn
Mri M K Briscoe, La Mn May Androwa, La
0 Laugnnn, La Mra Powell, Mill
a L Record, Misi I B Knot., Tenn
D Ktmpell, Tenn W D Notter, Tenn
L K Simpson, Miai R J Thomai, Mill
L J Donaldson, Miai J B Stetson. Miai
0 K Benton, Tenn I L Phillips. Tenn
L F P.llaril, Tenn T B Haley, Miai
JL Bullock, Miai T B Doriey, Ark
II N Henry, N Y C B Johnson, Ohio
7. B Holden, Ohio R O Fort, Ky
TB Miller, La RL Turner, La
A L Simpson, T.nn R K Smith, Tenn
T Q Clino, T.nn R S Plasson, Misi
B L Tucker, Miai C E Juilsnn, Misi
W Kobhini, Ky O L rtrinley, Miai
A U Tollman. Mill J L IUbor, La
8 Goldsmith, (la II B Jones, Tex
L T Atkins, Mo Mra C Robert!, Misi
Misi Roberts Mill Mra C! Roberts jr, Tex
(1 R Page, Mill F M White, T.nn
N Hill, Tenn F Jolly, Tenn
Mra M A Bray, Ark C II Forte, Mo
TOummingi, Ky WW Wood, Ky
J Ktrby, Ky,
Dnflj'e Karopeaa Hotel,
Corner of Adami and Malnitreeta. Rooms,
60o, 76o and 11 per day i Am.rloan Plan,
fi par day.
First-clan R.ataurant in th. Hot.1.
J. M. DUFFY (10 yean withP.abody Hotel)
OW Noel, Mill J Marks, Tenn
PM Morris, Tenn JN Jarvii, T.nn
WR 11111, T.nn A Dickinson, Ark
A Cnk.r, fonn T Fields, lenn
K J Swanaon, Tena R A Jones, Tenn
J D Shearin, Ark L k Shearin, Ark
J A Madlln, Ark T O Connor, Toun
0 W Orovai, Tonn C McOsffrv, Ark
A B Seward. Tenn M Mnnayhan jr, T.nn
F L Ewing, Tenn U Archer, Tax
R 8 Morgan, Tenn () Cox, T.nn
J R Walmott, Tenn J F himmoni. Mill
S 0 Caldwell, Tann T J Manual, T.nn
R Thomson, Ky RL Harrii, T.nn.
Dr. O. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
P. M. Stanley, funeral director and
embaiiner, 65 Madison street.
The fierbal Chill Cure, the beat
tonloand antl-parlodlo known. A certain
and iur ear. lor chilli, l'rlo. tl p.r bot
tl. Send itkuipi (or oironlari. Any r.f-
tr.nr. gix.n, Addr.il John 0. Kaok.r,
G. W. Miller & Co., Patent Asbestos
Fire Proof Koofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel rooU No. 65
Frenchmen can properly be called
"tbo knights of the laole,'' They are
go id Judges In all its refinements and
delicacios. In order ta stimulate the
appbtite and koep the digestive organs
in good order they give pre-eminence
lo Angostura Bitteus. When you try
them be ure it is the genuine article,
manufactured by Dr. J. G. B, Kiegeit
Studies at St. Agnes Academy will
be resumed on Monday, the 6th of
September. As an incentive to tbe
industry of the pupils, a handsome
gold watch rrejentfd bv Mr. Taylor as
tbe "Maggie Kuflio Memoim! Pre
mium" will be awarded lo the young
lady boarder who, having attained her
fourteenth year, has excelled in all
school duties and requirements.
Fine Watch repairing at Watford's
Ho lo KnilMtg. 4k l.navmsiralao ror
four numbing and 4aa- UiHag
And Tet He Went to Jail.
Judge I shall tend you up for three
Prisoner What's tbat for, Judge T
Judge (sternly) You're a tramp
and are without isible means of sup
port. Prisoner (earnestly) I sdmit it.
Judge, but 'taint my fault. I've axed
three girls to bave me in the last
month and failed because of my ina
bility to feed them on Ko-Ko Tulu.
but if you'll give me a show I'll get
niarnou Detore winter.
Solid Silverware Ht Miillortl'a
ly?tuic and C'leniiiiiK.
Lilits and gents' clothes e'etned
or dyed in any color, aho kid clovea.
ogii ich f-atheisand lace curtains by
l.on s Keiut'l, Ds Jflleraon street, Mem
phis, Tenn, Good received by express.
MonogrHiii ItiiiiKlen Aluliord.
IS BSHOVEO BV TBS CM OP COCOA SINE,
And it stimulates and promote the
growth of tbe hair.
Harnett's Flavoring F.v'rant.ara the
41.1 RailsilieA Lsininsrilnaleda
Knbscrllie lor the "Appeal."
We Fall in Line for the
First Fall Month.
THE SUMMER HAS ENDED.
Some Seasonable Sugges
tions for Memphis
The Summer, according to the
Almanao, has ended, and it is time
now to think ot something else than
how to esoape the summer heat.
Fall, with its change of climate and
change of clothing, is coming.
For the change of clothing which
is now necessary, the Misfit Clothing
Parlors, No. 2U Second street, has
long been preparing. We have not
bcea 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 prices.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors are
now offering a fine fall stock. It
you need Clothing be sure to call and
inspect it. You may not need an en
tiro suit. A coat or a pair ot pants
may be neoessary to piece out your
fall attire. Well, we have prepared
for just such emergencies. We have
New Fall Nulla,
Handsome Dreaa Suit.,
tiood Every Day- Bulls,
Coals and Tela,
A Fine Line or Pants,
fanla lor Dreas or Work.
All our Clothing is offered at
prices which do not represent the
actual first cost ot 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.
warBem.mbar, ill alteration! to Imur. a
perfect fit, don. fre. of ehsre. bv a firit
Removed to 308 Front St.,
Between Monro, and Madison, Nearly
THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS CO. will ae
rept and torward, free of char., contri
butions for tb. relief of th. tuQ'ereri by th.
Earthuuak. at Charleston, South Carolina.
Superintendent Southern Kxpresa Co.
Memphis. Tenn.. Sept. 3, lUXft.
COAL AND WOOD
IBS BEAT.R STREET,
Nnar'ttie Corner of IVsMo. Memphli, Tenn
NKwORLiANB,September 7. Night
Departed: City of tit. Louis, St. Louis.
riTTSBPBG, Pa., September 7. Night
Rivt-r 6 feet on the Range and falling.
Weather clear and warm.
Cincinnati, September 7. Night
River fi feet 10 inches on the Ratine and
falling. Weather clear and warm.
WnssuNO, W, Va., September 7.
INIgnt lviver Z leer' i. jiicusb uu inn
(jaDRe and falling. Weatber clear and
LotnsviiAB, September 7. Niht
Kivvr 4 feet in the canal and 1 foot 10
on the falls and falling. Business dull.
Weather clear and pleasant.
Cairo, September 7, Night River
0 feet on the Rauge and rising. Weather
clear and warm. Arrived: Arkansas
City, Vicksburg, 2 pm. Departed:
Arkansas City, St. Louis, 3 p.m. ; Jay
Gould and liarges, New Orleanr, 6 p.m.
Militant. Jrneler. 2114 Main, so
, llnilu orders from the conntry.
JAMES C. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Not. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
LIAIJUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
Saddles, Harness, Collars?
SADDFy(BY H'TIDWABE AND I7EATHEK.
t SPECIAL PRICES to Railroad ant levee .Contractors for Wag-on, Scraper and Cart Harness. -f
janes si. eooDBAB.
Wo. 319 MAIN STREET MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
-Our Fall and Winter Stock of BOOTS ABTD J HOES -the largeat In this market, and on. of th. 'anreat lob. found In any market
is now complete, and we invite th. Merchant! vialtmit Memnhia to oall and ex tmine the tarn.. Th. fact that w. sell mora than any other
bouse her., and perhapi mor. than any home sotnh ot the iho river. i auScient evidence that our ioois and pricea ar. tatia aotory to
w. atm earrv a lam. line ot
Dittman 4 Co.'i Ladies' Kid, float and Call,
any nnne. mvausacan
Deviled Crb, Bbrlmt,
Hal man, Freeh Can mackerel,
Hard In. a, Lobster.,
Brook Trout, Oy.lera,
Mackerel In Tomato Catanp,
Sweet BtnlTed Pickles,
Soar Pickle, by thecal, and la Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Relish,
Wooster Banco, Tomato Calanp,
Capers, naalard, Corry Powder,
Salad Dresalnc, Olives, Olive OH,
Cream Cheeae, Celery Base,
Celery Salt, Ele , Ele.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
IMPORTER AND DKALKR VSt
Snns, Ammunition, Pishing Tacklf
and Base-Kail Woods.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
934 Main Street, Meutpbla, Tenn)
Manufaoturins and Rapairini oi Quni a
Young & Brotlier,
Booksellers and Stationers,
21 Maiu St., Memphis, Teni
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
TUBE PAINTS. CASVAS, Etc.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Importer! and d.al.ri In tJnns, Amma.
nlilon and FIbIsIbk Tackle, llailders'
Hardware, fcleclrlc Bells and An
nunciators for Hotelaand Residences, S.8
Main street, Hempbls, Tenn. Ilaotric
luppli.ialwayi oa band. Repairing neatly
SHEA ft MCCARTHY, Propr'e,
110, U2, Ui Front, Memphis.
ON 1 Or TBI LAR8K8T B0ILIR SHOPS
In th. South, and th. only eompl.ti
Boiler and Bneet-Iros Wvrki in th. oity.
Mannfaclnrera of beavy rtlat. Iron
work of every deaerfntlon. Bpsolal
Tmnorta. and TJaalav Is
Clnnk, Flablnc Tackle and SporU-
men'a Supplies. Bp.olal attentloi
liv.n to MANUrACIURINO and BE
413 Main M WampUs". Tnn
JOHN E. RAN OLE & CO., Atrenta
Drug Store for Sale.
DRUG STORE, 75 Chrleion arenne, do
inf a n rat-class Prescription and Pm(
Business. Good reaaoni fur lelling. Apply
at W Linden atr.et. .
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(ii.ar viiaK4i. wtTlK, muji
IRHKiSHORN. UNKX('KLLSt) roa
t'AMlLY ISB RKCCMMKND
KI BY TH K
lli(het beUli al AulborHle.
Sole .A rents for Memphis.
JIVUIIS aft tiAKKKTT.
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WX. V. CLASH, E. J. CARRI.VGTOJI.
3 z rS
uajsti tan-.naux. uiiuin, including th. e.'.brat.d ueo. uooaer uait booh, nrmrenaori.
besides a large variety of other makei.
MECHANICS SAVINGS .
No. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : : : $100,000
WM. KATZENBEUfiKlf, President. 1. KATZENBERGER. Cashier.
IKTKREST ALLOWED ON DFPOai Ifl. FROM SI HP.
To ths Trade asd Smokers
Have attained, baa indnced unprincipled manufacturers to place on th. marVetabae.
Imitation. We hereby caution th. public that all tienuine Citarroi will bear A KDU teal
on each box. and our Factory Number, ), 3d Oihlrlrl, N. V.
Ih. only all long Havana filler cigar on th. market for 5 cent!.
OBO. P. X-.IES c9 OO.,
Factory 200, 3d District, JV. Y.
MOON k JOYNEE, Wholesde Agents,
II k ill
"THE STAND AKD OF THE WOULD."
P1BL0R AND CHAPEL STILES, $25.00 AND UPWARD.
orTSRMS Caih, or asy Monthly Installment!. Writ, for Ulustrat.d Catlicn..fn
SOLE AOENTS FOB
3Jo. 888 IVTalxx fSt.,
o. 1C1 Union Street, Nashville. I
B. WITZM Co.
"Wholesale Dealers and Fublisliers,
Sol. Agent! for th following Firit-Claia Instrument!;
STEINAY ad KNABE
PIANOS Kranich &. Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
OKG AN 8 Clough &. Warren, and Smith Americana
w-A NEW 7 0CTAVK PIANO FOR I0.-mi
Write for Ctalogne. Kot. 221 and 223 Second Street, 9Ieinphls
1 V ul ai
urn r i iu m i r m laii
JEST Ryrt lVl.VG ND IN STORE, .
1,000 lisiffs New Cron (Season Rio Collee.
3,000 Uvuh Iron and Mcel Wails bent brands.
1,000 barrel K ell nod SiiRar-nll Riadew.
1.500 ikg. Leal and Keflneil Iard.
ISO tierces Canvassed II a in.
100 boxes itrewklHMt Bacon.
l.OOO bays Nhoi, Fowder and Caps.
1 OOO lxes Canned (aoods, Narliues. Oysters, Etc.
1,000 bs. pure NewC'reaui C'beese Silver ffleon Itrand.
1,000 bag band-picked Virginia aud Tennessee Feannts.
Maniilao'tnroi-H of tbe celebrated brands of SIL
VER UrOOXaud MKMFJlIFnre Stick Candy, aud Making
Fovvder. Ilporerii of foreign Frnits, Lemons, Oranges,
Raisins, Xuls, Etc.
Nos. 2S1 and 2S6 Main Street, ; Memphis, Tenn.
If F ft PEL
till In tke market,
209 MAIN STREET, i i MEMPHIS, TENIT.
Speer's Cotton Gin
1 REMOVED TO
Iluling from MultorytoSt. Martin Streets
Insurance and Sacks free.
Br The Largest and only Complete Gin in tne city.
Br Best Yield. Best Sample.
Cigars and Tobacco
275 Main Mreet.Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn,
MEYEK, fcec'y and reaa.
r. G. JONES.
Our Eastern maHe foods cannot He aurpnaaed by
No. 1IOO Olive Street, St. Lonlgft
with a roll aaaort
n n a- iu at, B
ro nam rf!.pn
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