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RUlESiDlM TiBLE,
Lil8T'(1U, few Orleui Texas Wj
MIMIISlrPI WALLET MOUTK.
aad attar Milt 9. 186, puninr traini oi
thlt road will ran ai tollowi :
ITAbl MAILT
bonis.
Sorts.
Memphis.
4:S0 p.n
p.m
10 :aS p.m
lHK) a.m
44 a.B
8:i a.m
6:14 a.m
:30 a.m
1:21 a.m
4:17 a.m
1:13 a.m
11:16 p.m
iH6 p.m
TiM p.m
DiOO p.m
i,uie
Leland.-
Viokibarg..,
iiermon.
Kthel ..
Baton Koo.0.
.new llrleaai...H .
8:00 a.m
CONNKfiTlriMH
A With all lineienterini Memphli.
B-With M. A N. W. R. R. lor fi.lena.
0 for OreenriUe and Huntington, and all
Arkaniaa pointi.
B-WithN.,J. A0.R.R. for Matohei and
tfeoaaoa.
F Fot Pointt on tie Branch,
tt With iteamer! lor Uaroa Hara
H With railroadi dWertAac lor Florid
Texan and CnaatJnnini.
J AB. M. KDW A KUS, V. P. and Q.
A. J.K.NAPP, a. P. A.
H.
UssleaiuiM ana ('wkhh.-Train
more at follow! : NewUrlaani mail arrive
dally it :2&a.m. ium daily at 6:00 u m
Newport Newaaatid Mlaalsalnnl Vat
lejr. Train! moTeAi follow! t Kiut line
arei at ju:uu e.A.1 bt. Lonli fast tin
learei at 6:3(1 p.wiA rait Una arrWei at 1 :
p.m. t St. 1onii fet Una arrirei at tliONa.m
Laanlaellle and Maativllla Tmim
mova ai follow fait mall arrival dallr ai
6:15 a.m.: learei at 10: ID n.m.i mall leave!
daily at 10:W a.m.: arrival at 1:00 n.m
BrowniTilla aeoorninodatton. learei dully1
esMpl nanaay, at D sou p.m. t arrival daily
axptSon.UT. at t-M a.m. (itanHardtlme)
aseenpais aua i.niie Horn. Train
mova aa followi (central itandird time)
no, i learei daily at p.m.iarrivei
ViK p.m. No. X learei atS:MS a.m.; arrive!
at 8 :W a.m. No. 5 (freight) learei Hoperleld
dally leioept Bandar) at 8:00. a.m.i arrival
at ( p.m.
ulf Kante (Kaaiu t'Hy, Sprlnc
fleltl and Meinplila) Tralni leave M. anc
T. deoot a! follow! ! No. 4. Kanaaa Cltv ax
preii, leavai at 10:45 a.m.: No. 3, Kama!
Ulty eiiTeai, arrival at afvi
Kanaai City mail. Ieavoat6:0
p.m. No.
Kaniai City mail, arrival at 8:45 a.m. No,
St tit. Louii and Ghicaco eiirea, leave! at
b:0u p.m.) ne- I, ht. Loom and Chlcaioei
preaa, arrival at 8:45 a.m. In effect Sunday,
April ID, I WW.
Memphis and Charleston Train
mova aa fnllowl: Thronirh axurell laavei
daily at 10:411 p.m. Mail and exiireai leave!
daily at 10:00 a m. Boniervllle accommoda
tion learei daily, einept ftunday, at 6:110
a.m. Through eipreai arrival dally at 6:26
a.m. Mail and expran arrival daily at 1C:00
p.m. Bomerville aooommodallon arrival
aaliy. except Bandar, at :.) a.m.
Memphis. HlrniliiKham and Atlnn
tie Holly Sprint! Knnta Train! mova ai
followi: No. I leave! Metnnhii dailv at 3:45
&m. i arrival at Holly (taring! at 6:58 p.m. :
e. i leavai Holly Spring! dully at 9:00
a m., arrival at Memphli at 11 :15 a.m. I No.
0 I avei jHemphii daily at 7:15 p.m.! arrival
at Holly Spring! at 11:45 p.m.i No. 8 leave!
n ny Bnrinri aatiyat xiu a.m.. arrival at
jntmpnii at :' a.m.
TUB WBATnER.
Indleatlona.
Fur Jiitmsippi: Fair weallier in the
interior; light local rains on the coast
tliijht'y warmer; variable winds, gtntrally
taMniy.
For Louisiana: IakoI rains, followed
by air weather; nearly stationary temper'
aturej winds shifting to southerly.
For Texas: Fair weather in tin north
em portion; local rains, ollowed by air
imUher in the southern portion; no decided
change in temperature; winds shifting to
southerly.
For Arkanvu: Fair weatlier, Jullowrd
by local rains; nearly stationary temper
ature; variable winds.
For Kentucky and Tennessee: Om
trolly air weather; nearly stationary ttm
perature; varialle winds.
The lied river will rise btlow Fort
Smith; elsewhere the rivers will remain
nearly stationary.
Moroloi-taal Rxport.
MiMnm. Tim., Soptemlior H, 188H.
.A
.B.....
. . 0
lima. Bar. Tiior. YViud. W'tLer
7:00 .m. 30 132 71.S N.E. Hazy.
ll:00.ru -
d:00 p.m. 30.078 80 0 N. Oltiar.
7:00 p.m
10:00 p.m. 30.041 78 0 N.K, Olear.
Maximum temperature, 00.0.
Minimum temperature, 69 8.
-Ozone, 10 a.m., 1.
Rainfall, 0.00.
a tba Vvltoa Healoa.
8IONAL 8RTICB. U. 8. A ESI T,
September 8. 1880 0 D.m.
Wvloion of t4jlerams and reports for
tne Deneui oi commeron and iKricol
tare. Uottoa region bulletin for the
twenty-lour Loura ending September
pin, at o fi oiooa p.m.
MIMPHIl DM- Sag igg S
Memphis 00 70 .00
Naahvjlle 87 04 .(10
Urand Junction... 1K 68 ,0(1
Oorinth I1 62 .00
Tnucumbia 8!) (2 .00
Decatur 00 (12 .00
Siottaboro... 90 02 .(W
Hernando... SO oi .00
B.teeville 00 74 00
Grenada 88 03 .00
Civineton 05 05 ,3i
Dfrabnrg HI 0!5 .00
ArlinRton 1)2 03 .00
Brownsville 01 06 .00
Milan 02 06 .30
Paria.- 92 67 .08
Bolivar...- 90 07 .00
Holly Springs 89 09 .00
Oxford 90 72 .(H)
Bums ... 1716 1238 100
Means 90.3 05.2 .03
CITY HEWS.
The picnic, the mot quito and the
candidate sun anger.
Mr. J. ii. ruiien has oeen ap
pointed Register ol L!c?nsfs for the
laxing District.
S. K. Montgomery and wife left for
Chicago end the Kiel last evening, to
De gone lew weeks.
The Toboggan drew another big
crowd last evening. The cats will
etart again tomorrow evening.
Capt. Harbison was sufficiently re
covered to bs able to attend his dut cj
in the Register's r(llce"yHterdy.
Rogers, Pt et A'Oo. entered suit on
open account for-filO.OOO in the Circuit
Court ytey aju nKt C. T. Jordan.
The people of Helena will Lave a
high time taday, and a Inro number
of MrmphianB w ill bo on hand to help
them along.
5Ih. J. S. Dat, with hsr daughter,
"Hii Jennie, ii -inlitig a few days at
Hurricane Springs o.i thtir return
from Morehed C iiy, '. C.
It is to be hopfd that the commit-
teea eilici ing aid for the Charleston
eoiIoreB yill be allowed to leave no
man's door empty handed.
Mr. A. P. II. Green, who made
'lfgions oi friends la.st rear as Trers
urer of the M mphis Theater, can bo
found at Mur.sford's htrealtur.
Trie East TenuoKep, Virginia ard
Getrg a lailroad is nqiyrttd by K.
Kemuitz, tli'inah tie Cin-uit Court,
to pay over 10,o0 for Injn ies.
An ass'unment was made yester
day by U. B. Urlzatrd, d ing busineis
on Main Bbe t, near Commerce, to h.
J), Grant, a sigoeo. The total amount
of hie liabilities Is put down at
35 25; asset', $800. The btcck is
lned at fi02; acoounU, $229; As
tnres, $175.
Another fortune telling darky has
been gathering in the shekels among
the ignorant blacks of the city and
surrounding country. A fw of them
might profitably oe served up by
Sergt Rogers as food for his alligator?.
The Twenty-flrfct annual fair to
the Southwest, Kat tncky and Vef
Tennessee Association commences
Tuesday, Octobar 6th, and continues
five days.
. G. JI. Nittloton, J. B. Ford, J. E
Lock wood, M. L. riargent and Wallace
Pratt, (f the KuniRS City, Memphis,
Fort Bolt and Gulf road, are ttopping
at the Uayosi Hotel.
Col. John J. Barry inMfits that he
is to bs the next magistrate of the
Fifth Civil District. Ho far no other
candidates are announced, though
Col. Joe Flynn hat been sptken of.
A union drill will be g'ven by
Morris Henderson Camp So 1, K. of
F., Bluff Ci'y Commandery No 2, K.
of O, Mt. Tabor Commandery N . 7,
K. of T., and IMt. ArartitConmondery
No. il, K. cf O , at Ka'.ival l'ark tcdy.
Two tuils for divorce wrrs en
tered by darkies in the Circuit C u t
yeeturday. Julia Jackson wants tlio
court to cut the knot that ties her t )
Abe, and Edward is anxions to dis
Rilve connubial partnership with
Bettie Biyd.
Allot Ihe suits brought in Chan
cery by the Memphis City Kailrind
Company were yeLterday removed t i
the United S'a'es Court and will be
tried bufoie Junticca Hammond ai d
Jaiksnn. Presidont Frayser, wh bes
returned from a trip to New York,
said yesterday that he web conlldunt
of winning.
"I notire Henry J. Lynn's friends
are trying to make bim a Ktate Hena
tor," siid a party yesterday. ' I hoie
he will have better luck than he did
some years ago, when be was running
for echool victor. There were six
candidates and he was the only man
In the bunch who ciuld paise a sen
tence according to the rules of gram
mar. He alono was defenUd."
Application for a charter wus
made yesterday for the ii. Vettr
Manufacturing Company by II. Wet
ter, Geo. Kchmalzried, er, Geo
Hchma'zrled, jr., Geo. K. Itudisill and
II. O. Thompson, for the purposa oi
manufacturing stoves, hollow ware,
tiuware, mantels, grates, hatdware,
utensils, and all articles and utensils
coming under tbo gi?neial designation
ot liousp furnishing gjeds. Capital
etcck tot meLtionod.
The LouiiV lie l'osl of September
6th has the following alnnt a well
known Memphian: Mr. H W. Garri
son, of Memphis, Tenn., well known
in this city, had a rather unpleasant:
experience on Saturday night. Ott
arriving at the Short Line depot from
Kbe'byville, where he had been visit
ing, he was arrested by two detectives
es a Clncinn ti embeziler. Mr. Gnri
son protested his innocence, but the
hour being so late ho was unable to
identlfv himself. He tallied exactly
with the description of the C'icclc
natian, and the detectives were sure
they had their man. lie wb taken to
the Central Station, and scon released,
with profuse aimlogie, upon being
identified by his brothvr in-law, Mr.
Metcalf, superintendent of the Short
Line rail rood.
PERSONAL.
Mb. . N. Ehths has returned from
Asheville, N. C.
Mao. Fan Nats, the Clairvoyant,
will be absent from the city a few
dnys.
Hol Coleman, the celebrated Ko-Ko
To Hi manufacturer and cigar importer,
has just returned from a three weeks'
trp through Winconaln, looking
healthy and Iresu lor the tall cam
paign.
GkokciiLord ami Miss Fannie E
Vlars were mirried at (St. Mai v's Epie-
copai Church on Jut Buay evening ins
by the Rev. Mr. Klein. A number
of their friends aesembled to witneea
theteremoty and extend their con
gratulationa to the happy couple, who
left en the Uliosapeake road tor a six
weeks trip to the r-aat.
The stork of china, ft' ass and queens
ware of the late Charlo N. Kricti I ai
been purr-hated by Mr. Ben K. Pullen
and Mr. William Floyd, who are now
taking stock ami will bs renly 1 ir
business in a few days. Mr. Hoyd
will devote bis time to bis confection
ery ana restaurant and Air. 1'ullen
will take charge of t lie china course,
He will go East in about ten days in
order to complete what is already one
of the finest stocks not only in the
city but in the South. Mr. Pullen
has the ndvantflL'R of an experience of
thirty voire m the business, and was
once the proprietor of the rm st cx'eiv
sive establishment of the kind in ttie
city. He is enterprising, full of ener
ay and one of the beet kcown ami
most universally popular citizens of
.ftiempniB,
Order MIn Word Maile ltlell.
MENKEH-AM) COMPANY.
f ppcial drives today In odd lots
Summer Goods, which we wish to
close out.
All silk Milts, colored and black,
at Ida.
All silk Gloves, colored and black,
at 25c.
Children's muslin Kkirte at 10c.
Children's tl 25 Jerseys at 73c.
Children's Drawers at 13c.
Ladies' line embroidered Hose, 37c.
also
1000 quires best Note Paper, at 6c.
24 sheets for 5c.
JUST RECEIVED FOR FALL
l.ri0 pieces new Ginghams at 12c.
30. 0 pieces I udigo (Mica at 7Jc.
150 pieces all Wool Cloth for tailor
dresses, all the new shades, at
50c.
HENKEN Al) COMPAJiY.
.Hallerd, Jeweler. 204 Main.
80'
licit!) enters from the country.
Daudnitr
bsuovsd or tw est- or col'o.'S.x
And it ctimnlates aud promote the
growtU of the hair.
Bnrnelt'l Flavoring Bit racta are t be
beet
Ho to KalliMlare Utanaralae for
your rinmblDK anil Waa-t IUIbb
Solid Silverware at ainllord'a
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY,
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Iha Haw Garoao.
FARRIRQTON, STEWART A WHITE,
Paoraiaroas.
Ratal, 12 (0 to $4 par da?, aoeordlnf to Iaoa-
tion of rooma.
fl Preble. Init N A OladdlDKi, Inif
WH Turner Aw, Mill OL Wraon Aw. Mm
J H Wheeler, Tann
I Kidelion. Pa
1111 llerndon, Va
OMarkenK.N Y
0 Dattelle, Mo
LO Strum, N Y
M l'ilei, lad
E M Verier, Mill
J Ii Powell, La
H W IJaxtor. Mo
J S Hum, Mill
Mix Hum, Ark .
WPTowler, La
J HM'irrtHll.Miil
liial, Aik
L V Butler, Minn
J T FarfrHson, citr
A M Cork.Tonn
WSPhare, Moti
M J Freibaru. Ohio
K A Coomb, N Y
E W llo,Tcnn
D A Focitt, MIki
K J Faucett, N 0
J 0 I'ntohi't. Mm
Mm Buaz, Ark
J Willi Iw, Win
Maiter Tuwler, La
J 11 1 hI, Ark
Mi D irinn.Mm
F Jolloy.Tinn
J 11 Watton, Mill
K i ill- Tnnn
M rimltn. Uhio
Mill Purl llMd.Tenn W 11 Stline. Mo
RA Aruiiitea.1. Ark 11 C Jferky, Tenn
U w Htowart, Ln
J A Foiter, La
CM Windaur, Mo
M O Iracy, Wo
G II Taylor, 111
A Kel !. Mo
U II Neltleton.Mo
J K Lookwuod, Mo
Wallace 1'nitt, Mo
R rt l entDD, Mo
1 J llinlny, Mil
L I! Kvuni, Ark
W II Fitb. Ky
S F Farmim. Ala
F 0 Ward, Ohio
J V llui'kir.a, Tenn
A U llut n, HI
WKWriht, 111
(1 W No-ton, Mo
J 8 Ford, Mo
M h Harnxnt, Mo
L 11 Warreo, Alo
H U too, Ind
W 1 M.iynn, Mill
K E Cariieuter. Ark
J. 0 Ilor,un, Kr
(1 C Munninv, Ohio
J 1) UuKiin,Ienn
Unafon'a Hotel.
W. H.BINOnAM Makaobb.
European ilan. Enlarged and relurnnhed.
Frioei aoeordin to liio and loou
tioa of roomi.
KB Jennlni, Tenn W W Siinpton, Aik
11 Van OrrAd, La J Hulimnnw, Mies
riOnhi, Ohio MIm ()eh, Ohio
' It Mjirknnm, Mill MnCH Mum hain, Mm
T F DulIin.Tenn M B Jay. lonn
W R Juhnwin. Tonn J A Urunt, La
0 W Maiwelliw, 111 'rCW Wieri, lla
M'm Ayonard. Muni II O Lonu, Mill
W (1 Sykei, Mi J W lionton, Ark
J S IluwollAf. Ark M KniderAvr. Ark
SAIIon.Mim Jl'Ouck.Ark
WO Toole, Ark Kev A M Branion, Ark
C E Fromman, Mo M Htliorfer, Ark
II 11 faruell, Mill I T dbert, 111 ..
T II D. Ihor Aw, Ark W H Kldridito, M A C R
J II Dial, Ark W J Cox, 'Jun
It W ilrak'n, Tenn LN Keloe, Ky
C CCrowi Aw. Mil K T Morrill, Ark
U J Keith, Ark (1 Maneei, Ark
KRHinith, Ind W R Youna, Ark
J It l'holiin.Tenn W J Fi her, Mini
MraUe I'liiillpi, Mill Mn Palmar, visl
F llamoll. Mo
W C I'eiL'oe. Mill
.1 0 Mitchell Ai,
, Pa
Mn L Karl i f, Ark
Mini Mitchell, Ark
Mr E 1) Little, Ky
J C Crennhiiw, Ark
P Arnolil. Miai
J F liruwiilee, !
J W Llule. Kr
lui
D II Pepper, Mill
Y V timitli Aw, mill
11 Finer, Miia
J 11 Stall'ord & . Mil! 5
J II rl'arTurd, jr,
Mill W O Flynn. Miii
II 1) I'artee, Mm
L Webator, Ark
llnnner, Ar
L F Chamber!, Ark
1 Murrirun, lonn
Mn Iliilimn, Mo
J F. Dell, Ohio
H K Chalinrri, Uill
1 Juaeeh. Mial
G Arnold. Miei
Kentheriton, Ark
M L Chamber., Ark
W J Fisher, Miaa
F S Itayiiiund. lonn
W O Pearoe. Va
RFUettii. Tenn
M Joaeph, Mias
Mra J D Parkor, Tonn
i K ltmlKitra, Mill
M J Clarke, Tenn
Mra M K AbJell.TennJ A Arr'mton, Tonn
J M Marateller, Mo W V Hamilton, Mini
Peabody Holl.
C. B. GALLOWAY A CO PaoraiaTons
Hatea Si mi ana i3 per aay, according vo
liie and looation of room Special
ratal made.
S M Johnaon, Mo
J W Luttroll, Ky
It M Mrothor, Mo
N H Price, Ark
M Frana, Miai
A J Vinoent, Ind
Mial Grace. Mu
.1 L Fray'lar, Ky
L White, Ky
1 Allman, Ohio
W II Thompson, Tex
L II Teitlobauin, Ua
J W Graoe Af, Mo
W II Babbitt, Tenn
C II llortun, N Y
11 PB Li a tlH 111 illlBB J tl HUriUUi 11 .
Mr R M Couaar, I) 0 Ed Myera, Ohio
M'la L Adam, Mill
J M Hinith. Ohio
O 11 Inireraon, Tenn
T 11 Miiart, MO
J L Webb, Tenn
8 A Morrell, N Y
Leon Apolunt, N Y
W 8 Moore, Xunu
Joe Gruhain, Tonn
I Kiaher, Mia
PT Kutuin. Va
K II Fulton, Mill
A Cliililrra, Ky
J W Allison, Tenn
II T kiil.l. III
Tom Stool, Tenn
W Curtia. Mo
B Bowtn, N Y
A J tiimpion, Miai
P A Johnion, Misi
J Jenkini A w, Ala
A Maddox A f, Va
B J Board, Miss
Atnoi Wood, M 0
J Craig, Ala
J lloylaton, Md
II Ireland, Tenn
Win McMai or. Oa
J no A Lonie, Tenn
RGodwyn, Knglaud
F 1 IJuVall, Tnnn
W W ,Y norn. Miai
F MoniKoitfery ir.Mlia
T F Burke, W Y
Will WinterB, Tonn
J Clr.rko. Miia
W J Fisher, Miai
Hen Skein, Tann
B R Hoott, Mira
A KellogK, N Y
J W Wooldridne. Ky
J W Johnson, III
JQMurroll.Tenn
All (tiffin. Mo
A J Humuierfiolil, Mill
w 11 Mynn, Ky
W Mitchell, Mill
B C Morriaon, Ala
C Blond, Miss
A Johnaon, N ft
W HiuiinoDi, Ala
M Monney, III
0 Enitland, Tenn
B Chundler, Ga
J I) Adaina, Tenn
R A Goodwin, Tenn
W 0 McClure, Tonn
J 11 llailey, hj
J B Buydtun A
w ni Llavldaon. n v
f.Ark J D Robinaon A w.Miaa
j A x'eitre, miai
Dnlljr's KnroitenD Hotel,
Corner of Adami and Main Itneti. Roomi,
OOo, 76o and 11 per aay i Amerloan flan,
ft par day.
Flrat-ntnai Restaurant In tha Hotel.
J. M. DUFFK (10 yean with Paabody Hotel)
Proprietor,
E J Plggott, 111
J L Corbctt, Ky
J M Kodvors, Tonn
J Schwab, Term
W II Lad J, Miai
J M Moader, Ky
Kd Whitlork, Ark
A BiRiiian, Miai
K P Goviin, Tonn
C M Ashloy, Tonn
F W Truss, Tenn
J Lilly w,td, Tenn
N W Armstrong, tla
J It u Hi n, Miai
J Pbeliin, Tenn
H P Karsner, Ala
W Lewis, Tenn
R Thomas, Ky
H Johnaon, Miss
SW Smith. Tonn
Stewart. Tex
T M llayditn, La
W B Adams, Mo
II W ord, S 0
II II Win tor, Ind
R M Mullen. Miss
Q M Baldie, Mo
E L Krwin, Tenn
J K Irwin, Tenn
Mrs J E Lewis. Mill
G II O'Byrne, Ohio
CC llodriek, Ind
K Kldridge. Ark
J B Gray, Mo
II R Fitipatriok, Ark
N I'oker, Tenn
JSBsrliold.TonD
J W Dauglitry, Ark
WFSledgo, M:si
C C Ileyn, Ind
T Buyer, jr., Tenn
R I, Harris, Tenn
W S llnynes. Tenn
Mat Monainnn, Ton i
11 N Lamb, Miss
B II Tboinpion, Miss
It L Conner, Mo
W 0 Adami, Mo
H J Perrv. N O
W T Alexander, Mill
1, James. Mo
11 B Androwi, Tex
U J Can-others, Tonn W C Flernoy, Ark
C P ltartnn, Tenn
LOCAL NOTIONS.
Dh. O. P. Smith, Veterinary Sur-
geou, iso, ut luouroo Blreet.
P. M. Stani.rv, funeral director and
emuaimer, 55 Madison streot.
A. F. Davis, painter, hs removed to
xno. dfid fxfcnnd, soutti ol Union street.
Telephone 401.
Siai.kd inns for the various nrivi-
lo(r B at the ensnirg Fair at Kerrville
will ho received up to the 25th instant,
by 8. P. Liuou, Kerrville.
The fir.-tt hale of new cron from
Ilardoman county, Tenn., was received
yesterday lv Meesrc. Z. N. Estes A
Co., from Wrigtit & Durden, 8anls
bury, Tenn.
Thi Herbal Chill Care, the best
tonic and anti-periodic known. A certain
and lure cure lor chilli. Price II per boU
tla. Hand itampi for oironlara. An vf.
Yence gixan. Addreil John 0. Rnckar,
Lynobhen. va.
Q. W. M11.MR A Co., Patent Asbestos
Fire Proof Hoofers. For durabilitv.
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and travel roofs. So. 65
Aladison street.
Frenchmen can nronnrlv ha raltml
"trie knights of the taule' Tliev are
joid judges in all its refinements and
delicacies. In order to stimulate the
app t ta and keep the digestive organs
n goou oruer tnev give pre-eminence
0 Anuctura Bittkks, When you trv
them bature it is tlie gtinuine article,
manulacluud by Dr. J. W. B. i-ienert
LV ooub.
Stcdiks at t. Acne Academv will
1 e re-umed on Monday, the (ith of
September. As an incentive tD the
ndustry ol the pupils, a bunds rae
)io!d watch t',refoiit"d bv Mr. Tvlo'as
the "Mrfgiiie Kullin Memoiial Pre
mium" will he awarded 10 the vnnnir
lady boarder who, havii g attained her
Jourti oni h ytar, has excelled in all
tt'liool duties atd rfquiremeutj.
Fine V? atrh renmrimr at Vnlford'g
Jrl l( mini ue A Lamiaianlaa leda
yoar PinmiiHa
AIIVH KIO SKlTHtM.
Miia. WmaMlw'e Soothimo Svpiiw ahnnl.l
alwayi be used for children teething. It
so iluei tbe clnld, lofiem tha 11111, allara
all iin. cures wind folic, and ii tha best
remedy lor diarrheal 2V a bottle.
Uouograiu iiaugles 91 nil ord.
THE SENSATION
OF SEPTEMBER.
We Fall In Lino fur the
First Fall Month.
THE SUMMER HAS ENDED,
Some Seasonable Sugg
tio&s for Memphis
Citizens.
The Summer, acoording to the
Almanac, has coded, and it is time
now to think ot something else than
how to escape the summer heat.
Full, with its change of climate an
change of clothing, is coming.
For the cliango of clothing which
is now neoossary, the Misfit Clothing
Parlors, No. 26"- Second street, has
long boon preparing. We have not
been idlo during the hot months, an
tho result of our activity is that we
are now better ablo than ever to offer
great bargains to our customers
Our field has been extended and we
will be able to oiler larger assort
menta and still lower prices.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors are
now offering a fine fall 6took.
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 pieco out your
fall attire. Well, we havo prepared
for just such emergencies. We have
New Fall Nulla,
Hnnilaome Dreas Milts,
Hood Kverj Day bulla,
t'onli aud Vel,
A Fine Line of Pauls,
fanla (or Dreas or Work
All our Clothing is offered
at
prices which do not represent th
actual first cost ot the goods.. By
buying from us you get the finest
Clothing in tho world for much less
than its aotual value.
MISFIT
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn
aVarBemember, all alteration! to lniura a
perfaot flt.ilone free of charge by a Ant
rim tailor;
REIOVA
OttoSclmill&Cos
SEED STORE
Removed to 308 Front St.,
Between Monroa and Madlionk Nearly
Oppoilto Poatoffica.
W. trdllllr rtccmmtnt
Tour Uiilh, tst rnie.ly
known to wlorikwotibuea
antl i;ict.
Wah, mid conildcf
al l. o,l la tmr CM u
Mtglvaa MUafkcdca.
AlMtt IJak,
lludKW. N. Y.
Sold by Dnrr't
rric. tl.OA.
! SOTKIi.
rpflR SOUTHERN KXPRKS8 CO. will ao
X ccpt and lorward, free of charge, contri
bution for tha relief of the aurTereri by tha
Eartbtiuaka at Lbarleaion, hrnith Carolina.
II. u. I IMlaH,
Superintendent Southern Kxpreai Co.
Womphla, Tenn., Sept. 3, 1S8H.
E CATAHRH
Cream UalniLv LY'sTr, 1
oncandCure. 1!"
roi.n In IIEAI ZTl
" m
laiAHiu,
Hay rier,
NotaLluuld.Snuf
or Powder. Frer
from Injurioof
Drugi and Offen
Ira odori.
HAY-FEVER
A particle Ii applied Into each nostril and
la aireeable. Price M eenta at Drutriiatai
It)' mail, rcgiatered, tKlcenta. Circular! free.
ELY UKUS., Druggii'a. Oweto. N. Y.
DEALER IN
COAL AND WOOD
IM EKALB STREET,
Ncar.the Corner of JJeaoto, Meuirhls, Zona
nirrTTirrf iiii i ill n im i iu mi fffjnwi
I H r
TT C LI
U M El
V. T 8 n1
JLj O g ;
f fl to I DATS.
Oamala al
4, tMlllrlMni
V Slrau ChiBloal X
0lnelnaaa,a1sl
SEPTEMBER 9f 1880.
JAMES C. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos.. 290 and 293 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN..
WHOLES AEE
MANUFACTURERS AUD JOBBERS
OF
Saddles. Harness. Coll
J
SADDFTIRY
Itg hPECIAL PKICES to Railroad
JAMES M. GOODBAR,
GfOOBS
BOOTS & SKEOEIS
So. 319 MiL STREET MEJIPniS, TE.VNESSEE.
-0ur Fall and Winter Stock of BOlTl ASD N HOES the largest in thii market, and one of the larireit lo be found In any market
ja now complete, and we invite the Merchnnti nait nit Memnhn to call and exiinino Ihe tamo. The fact that we lell more than any other
noue here, and perhapi more than any hou?e ann;h ol the Ohio river, la mfflcient evidence that nor goo! and pricea are eatii aotory to
the trade. We itill carry a large line of a'UHMI..HADE UoOIIM, includina: the co'ebrnted (Jeo. Hooker Calf Booti, Krippendorf,
Uittinan & Co. i Ladies' Kid, Goat and Call, beiidei a large variety of other makea. Our Kaitern mae gooda ennnot he lurpaaaed by
anyhnu'e. Olve ua a rail . unllt arilftaT.
Deviled Craba, Klirlmp,
NalmOD, Frcalt Can naekerl,
Naidlne, Lobatera,
Brook Tront, Oyatera,
Mackerel tu Tomato t'atanp,
Bireet Ktaired PJcblee,
Sonr Pleklea hj thecal, and In J are,
Pickled Onlone, Hot Rellah,
Wooatnr Saoce, Tomato Calanp,
nper, Maatard, Carry Powder,
Salad lireaalnir, Ollvee, Olive OH,
Cream Cheeae, Celery Nance,
Celery Ball, Elc , Ele.
J. F. BUCKHAM fc CO.
K. KTJPFERSCHMIDT.
IMPORTER AND DEALER UN
Puns, Aramnuitlon, Fishing Tactlf
and HaHoltall Hoods.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
934 Main Btreet, Memplita, Tennj
Manufacturing and Repairing of Guni a
Bpeoialty.
Tonng & Brother,
Eooksollers and Stationers,
2 IS BfalH St., Meuipb In, Teui
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
Artists' Materials,
TUBE PAIXTS, CAXVAS, Etc.
. I EKIABLISHED 1872
LEADERS
-or-
Fashionable Footwear!
Have added Ihla araaon a full
liae of Iheaper Gradea of
Ni l TABLE FOB
Jobbing and Supply Trade.
Mikado and
Wigwam Shoes.
ALL GOODS WARRANT" E)
AS KEPUESENTED.
tT Cataloguoa mailed free to any addreil
on iipplicat.on to
ZELLNER & CO.
300 MAIN ST.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
.. ..: . " ay .
W
luitirwri anil aeaiera m vna., amH.
Billon and t'lalilas Taekle, Balldera'
Hardware, Kleeirte Hella aatd Am
nnnclalora tor Hotel! and Reiidenoei.SaO
Main atreet. ematlila. Tenn. Kleotrle
nppliei alwayi oa hand. Repairing neatly
one.
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
SHEA & McCAKTll Y, Fropr's.
40, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
ONI OF TUB LARGEST BOILER SB0PS
in the Booth, and the only eompleti
Poller and Sneei-Irm Wnrka In th. citr.
Manariiotnrere of lienv ulHte Iron
work or every dearrlptlon. Special
Frank Schumann,
ImiorUr and Dealer la
ana, I'lablng Tackle and Sports.
mea'aHnitpllem. mr 6peelal attentloa
ciren to M ANUf ACTUR1N3 and RE
PAIRING. -m
4ia Mialn M Mem pli to. Ten n
Drug Store for Sale.
DRUO STORE, 75Chirleion aTenne, do
ini alrat-claaa Preicrintlen and Drua
Buaiceai. Good reaaona far aalline. Apply
at WLiuJimtreet,
Boolsallts
E.
aaTwSalXa. JiJJ.' (Cf
M.nWAKS2 AJf LEATSE1..
ant levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness.
EBTABTjIBIIHDineo.
WM. I.. CXAKK. E. i. 'ilAKKINGTON.
AH & OOMF AM Y
WHOIinSAIiH
ECHAIaIGS
IVo. 7 MADISOX STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : : : $100,000
TVM. KATZKM(EU(1KK, President. ). KATZE.MtERGEK. Cashier.
INTEREST ALI.OWEIi OTI nr.l'OSI I N, EKOSI 81 VP.
Toil
THK IMMENSE
GRAND
Have attained, has Induced unprincipled manufaotnreri to plaoeon the marVet a baae
imitation. We hereby caution tho public that all Oenuine Ciearroi will bear A. BU ileal
on each box, and our Factory clumber, SIOO, 3d Itialrirt, S. Y.
The only all long Havana filler cigar on the market for S cent!.
GEO. Xs. IjIBB efts CO.,
I iu lory 200, 3d District, JV. Y.
MOON & J0TNE3, Vholc-saie Agents,
".TIIE STANDARD OF THE WORLD."
PARLOR AND ClIAl'EL STYLES, 25.00 AND UPWARD.
WTBRMS Cub, or eaiy Monthly Initallmenti. Write (or Illustrated Catalotoa.a
O- HI. HOUCK. 5 CO.
HOLE AGENTS FOR TIIE SOUTHWEST,
STo.BOO IVX fct., Xt-Xoxxa.T3li.liai, Tenn.
. 11 Ualon Street, Maabvllle. Mo. 1100 Olive Ktreet, ht, LMatf
E. WITZM AMMi Co.
TTholesale Dealers
n fi iters -9
Bole Agesti for the following Firit-Claai Imtramenti;
STEINWAY and KNABE
Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
ORGANS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
BB-A NEW 7-OCTAVE PIANO FOR l0.-wl
Write for Catalogue-. No. 221 mid 32.'t Noooud Street, Memphis.
w
IOlESAIE
Jl'ST KttEIVI.VW
1,000 biiRH ew Cro (Keaaii Rio C'oflee.
U.OOO Uih Iron and Steel 3iail best brauds.
1,000 barrels Refined .SiiRar-al! crudes.
IOt barrt-ls New Cron (reason 1S6), U.'ec.
1,500 ksH. Leal and Reflne.d I, ard.
1.10 lieree ( iiiiviinsoiI lianim.
100 hoxe.s Rreaktaiat Raeon.
l.OOO hag Moi, 1'owder and Caps,
lil OOO buses Canned Uoods, Narilinen. Oysters, Etc.
l.OOO iixs. pare Sew Cream Cheese silver niion Rrand.
1,000 bag liaod-picked VirKiulaand Teuuessce Peanuts.
Manufacturer or the celebrated brands of KIL
TER MOOXand MfcM rill Tare Stick Candy, and VakiDZ
1'owder.
Imnorters of Foreign Fruits. Lemons. Oranges,
Raisins, Wuls, :tc.
Nos. 284 and 2S6 Main Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
W001UFF I
Sttll la tke Market,
neeae ei -
Klegaatly.
Carriages
Buggies,
209 MAIN STREET, i
n ij
in, mn i m
mts and S
261
OUR STOCK OF HOOTS AND PH0ES FOR FALU AND WINTER WEAR IS MORE
comitle e than ever, ontnnri.inir n.i nnlv tha belt and fioeit but alio lull linea of rue
diuin, durable and itylish coudi, allien we offer at low Gu-urei.
TO THK lltailK we offer ipeoial inducement!. Carriina jno.t of onr Koodi in
SOLID Pl.KS, we are i rcoared to fill .ordera lor aierial litei at NO KXTIIA COaX, thus
enablint Alercbanti to till id without being compelled to buy g-oodi not seeded.
ADJiSR. JbJJHiLO- cSs OO-
Agents for tbe t elrbrntrd W. E nemlaa S Men's Calf Hboes and 83
Koya' Shoes la all aijle.i
i-ILLUSIRAIED CATAL03UE AND PRICE LIST MAILED FREE.-sn
F. MEYEB, fecy nd Xreaa.
F. O. JO.ES.
SAVINGS BANK.
POPULARITY OUR
and rublithers,
TLS" .ria -h -w mr Mrs.
grocers.
AMI IN NrOKE,
with a rail aare
Mew aael
rialabeel
Saddlery,
Harness.
t MEMPHIS, TENN.
ii u n t-ro ivi
ST-
0
IILI ORGANS
OLIVER,

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