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RIMOAD TEE TABLE.
aalRTm,ewOrlafWaa4 Texas R'j
aad attar M.y I. issb, passeArsr traini ea
tbii road will run an follow!
Lula .. .
.A. 4:90 p.m
hw.Bm 6t.ta p.m
.C... 10 :M p.m
,....D. 1 1(10 a.m
i K 1:44 a.m
F 5:26 a.m
0 6:14 a.m
A Tlth all lines entering Memphis,
B-With M.4N.W.K. ft. lor H.Una,
i 0 tfor ttraanvill and Huntington, and all
, ArkaniM point.
D-With V. if. and V., 8. k P. Railroad.
B-With N., 1. k C. R. K. ior atone and
F For Points on th Branoh.
G With lU.m.rs ior Byou Sara.
H With railroads diverging ior Florida,
Texu and Coastlnointa.
J AS. M. KDWARDB, V. P. and 9. M.
A. J.KAAPP. 0. P. A.
' Mississippi and Tenneaeee. Tratni
mov M follows! Pew Orlaam nail arrives
daily at 9:a.m. leaves daily at 6:00 p.m.
lwportHwiaad Mississippi Val
ley. Traini mora ai tollowi: Fait In
lnvei at 10:00 a.m.) bt. Load faat Una
I avi at 6:30 p.m. t Fait Una arrirai at 1 :30
p.m.! St. Louli fast Una arrival at 9:06 a.m.
iHtnlsTllle and Ma.hvllle Train!
mov at followi t Fart mail arrival dally at
6 .16 a.m.: laarai atl0:U) p.m.: mail leavel
daily at 10:10 a.m.: arrival at 4:90 p.m.
Brownsvill accommodation! laavai daily'
ipt Sunday, at 6:00 p.m.: arrival daily,
ziwpt 8nndav, at 11:60 a.m. (standard time).
Memphis and Little Kmk.-Traini
pov a followi (central stand ird time);
No. 1 laavai daily at 4:20' p.m, arrival at
9 tto p.m. No. 8 laavai at 5:65 a.m.: arrive!
at 1 :60 a.m. No. 6 (freight) leavel Ilopefield
dally (except Sanday) ai 6:00. a.m.i arrival
at 7:10 p.m.
Qnlf Monte (Keaiai City, Sprlna
flold and Memphis) Traini leave M. and
T. depot a followi: No. 4, Knniai City ex
tras, leavel at 10:45 a.m. No. 8, Kaniai
City axnreii, arrival at 3a0 p.m. No. 2,
Ktnsaa City mail, leave at6:00 i.m. No. 11,
Kansas City mail, arrives at 8:45 a. in. No.
S, St. Louis and Chiowo tipress, (avea at
6:1) p.m.: Na. l.Et. Lou la and flhlcaioex
prssn, arrfvei at 8:46 a.m. Ia affeot Sunday,
Mesnphl and rbnrlewfon Traini
mova ai followi: Through axpreii leavel
daily at 10:40 p.m. Mail and expreii laavei
daily at 10:00 a m. SoaiervlMe aooommoda
tion leaves dally, axoept Sunday, at 5:30
a m. Through express arrive! daily at 5:26
a.m. Mail and express arrives daily at 1C:00
8 m. Somerville aeoomniodatioo arrival
ally, axoept PnnHny. at :' a.m.
gseunplsls, turainaliam aud Allan
41a Holly Sprints Route Traini mova as
followi: No. 1 leave! Memphli daily at 8:46
p m.t arrival at Uolly Springs at 6:58 p.m.:
No. 8 leave! Holly Spring! daily at 9:00
a m., arrival at Memphis at II :15 a.m. t No.
6 Iisvas Memphli dally at 7:15 p.m., arrival
at Uolly Spring! at 11:45 p.m.: No. 6 leavel
II illy Sprint! daily at 8:15 a.m., arrival at
Mtmphu at 8:45 a.m.
For Mimitippi, Louuiana and Terat.
Qtneratty fair weaOier ttationary lcmer
ature; mndi generally xnitlierly.
For Arianttu: Fair tueaOier; tliglUly
cooler; mutherly wind, thifting to wtterly.
For Kentucky and Tennetue: lair
weather; lightly cooler ; iMherty tvindt.
The riven wiU remain nearly ttationary.
MaarHii, Turns.. September 0, IBWrl.
lime. Bar. Tiier. Wind. W'ther
7:00 a.m. 30.023 . 71.0 N.E. blear.
d:00 p.m. 129.95I) 87.0 N.W. Char.
7:00 p.m ; :
1 10:00 p.rr,. 211.945 79 0 NE Olrar.
Maximum temperature, 00.0.
Minimum temperature, 70 0.
Oxone, 10 am., 1.
Bainlall, 0.00. ,
In tna Col to a Raclon.
Smmal Sibtiob. U. 8. Abut,
r eepiomoeru, jbso o p.m. j
Wvision of teltwrami and rnporta for
benefit o( commerce and agricul-
re. uotton region bulletin lor the
. wenty-f our hours ending September
9,h. at 0 a'olock p.m.
Mamphia 90 70 .00
Nashville 00 65 .00
Grand Junction... 92 60 .00
Corinth.. 95 05 .00
Tnaoumbia 91 01 .00
lMcatur 92 63 .00
Botlaboro 91 60 .00
Hernando 91 07 .00
Bueaville 90 68 .00
Gvnada 90 02 .00
O.yinKton 91 (14 .00
D;i'rflburg. 92 (S3 .00
Arlington 94 03 ' .00
B -ow-nsville......... 91 05 .00
Milan 92 04 .00
rria.M 9 J SO .00
ifnlivar...... 92 65 .00
Molly Springs 91 68 .00
0:Jord 92 67 .00
Sums ... 1797 1210 .00
Meana 94 H 64 .00
" 1 "8 K
? ' B ? '
Wilmington 82 70 .02
Chirleeton 79 70 .40
A adnata 80 67 .
Savannah 84 71 .25
Atlanta. 88 611 .00
Montgomery 89 07 .02
Mobile 91 70 .
New Orleans 00 6!) .00
Otlveeton 93 60 .00
Vhkabnrc 91 09 .
MUle Rock 93 64 .00
Mempuia 95 64 .00
Puma 1054 816 1.29
Meana 88 0 08 0 .11
The oyster season :s fairly opened,
TheHnghey injunction suit was
argued in Chancery yesterday.
S. M. Marks is a candidate for
Constable of the Fifteenth District.
E S. GarJiner will have the pool
privileges at next month's race meet
ing. John F.Key is quite sick at his home,
44 North Court street, wit'a bilious
The Memphis Cyclers will meet
at the Gayoso Hotel next Monday
Dear Life, by J. E. Tarton, and a
new Bonply of Dr. Jekyel and Mr.
Hyde, at WatiB.'ordV.
E. L McGowan wai appointed
administrator of J.O. Kelly inttie lJro
bn'e Court yesterday.
Thti Toboggnn runs tonight. Thnee
who fail to go out will mies an even
ing of Inn and pltii-an'ry.
The weeds have completely taken
(he ti 'ewa k on tbe nonh Bide of Auo
t on Squ.ri, kaving only a narrow
D. A. Sus'tto and Mrs. A. E.
Triioor. and Henry Kichardson and
E Jul Watson were l'ceneed to n:arry
W B. Doncavxnt, the victim of
rttt-rdaj'e traedv, took out a policy
on Lis life for $2000 ia' the ew ork
Munl Life Insurance Company on
May 15 ih.
The information famished the
Ai-pbal that Mr. J. H. Pullen had
been appointed Regikter of Licenses
was siightlv inarcafat. His brother,
ur. a. k fallen, jr., will succeed his
father in th.t position.
-Ab:ut9 o'clock yesterday morn
ing a boy.who went down into the cel
lar of Goodman & Barrett's trunk
Btore to draw some asphalt, heard an
explosion bfhlrd blm and turning saw
a flame licking out its tongue toward)
the Hour, lie ran through the ttre
yelling fire and bad not turned np at 4
o'clonk. The damage was about 1200.
The office of the Living Way, a
werkly paper edited by the Kev. K.
N. Countee, was broken into night be
fore lt and the tps ai.d ether ma
terial thrown out of the windows. The
parson has had a rather stormy ca
reer. His res dence on Dean avenue
was assaulted by mob several
months ago, and he was obliged to
ties in bis night clotbes to rave hU
life. His war on secret societies has
made him cordially hattd by thou
sands. Mr. John C. Hook, president of
the State Central Labor Union, re
turned homo yesterday from Nashville,
where be has been in attendance on
the regular meeting of that body. Mr.
Hnok says it wai the larerst meeting
of the kind ever held ia the State, and
indicates a rapid and healthy growth
cf organized labor. The fallowing
oflk'trj were elected for the ensuing
yt-ar: President John C. Hook,
Memphis; Eirat Vine President O B.
Woodard, Memphis; Sacond Vice
President Dallas Hargis, Tracy City j
Third Vico Pres dent A. W. Thorn,
Gallatin; Fourth Vice President
James A. J. Hnnilln, N ishville; Cjr
renpnnding and Recording Secretary
W. F. Harrington, Nashville; Finan
cial Swretary Qutniard Jones, Nash
ville; Treasurer P. J. Wrigbt, Naih
M. Fi'ld has returned from Cincin
nati. Jctdgb LATnati returned boms yes
terday. L. 8. Steimag, of Balt'more, is at the
(i ay oso Hotel,
T. R. Chaniv, of New Orleans, is at
the Gayoeo Hotel.
S. J. O'Suixivak. of New York, Is
at the Gayoeo Hotel.
Mb. A.JM. Lea, a prominent Vicks
burg a'.torney, is at the Paabody.
Lag Hbxtkb, Secretary of the Green
ville ComprfB! Company, Is in the
Maj. Feed Kramer and wile, of
Little Rock, were registered at the
W. 8. Jbtbb and daughter, Miss
Wella Jeter, of Arkansas, arattupping
at the Gayoso Hotel.
Chabiis L, Pollbn and wife leave
this evening for a two weeks' tiip to
Chicago and the lakes.
D. It. Morby, general freight egsnt
of the Illinois Central railroad, is
stopping at ths Gayoso Hotel.
Miss Nettib Phyou, daughter cf Mr.
John P. Pryor, formerly ol this city, is
at preeent with Mr. G. S. eVarlton, of
No. 604 West Broadway, Lou sville,
Ky., and would be glad to hear from
any of ber old or her father's friends,
who may wish to purcriaee oututs ior
mourning, for the bridal or for sohool
uniforms. Their facilities are unsur
passed, and orders given them will be
executed promptly and at the lowest
po Bible oet. UtBides dry goous anu
wearing apparel, they supply furni
ture, carpets, pianos, window ehadee,
china, glassware, jewelry, sowing ma
chines, groceries, school suppliep,
books, munio, wedding invitations. vls
idng cards, or any work in print, lith
ogrsph or engraving, carriages and v
hides of all k nds. The making of la
dles' dre'ses by experienced modistes
will receive my closest attention, ny
Dersonal supervision of each order, di
recting fashions most appropriate for
ago, style and circumstance? ol ladies.
Visitors on 'Change yes'erdav:
Judge John T. Jones, Lira, Ark.; B.
F. Clark and J. J. KotlueiB, Verona,
Mls. ; S. B. Suerrili, Jiickson, Mine. ;
Hon. F. Krsmor, Mayor of Little
Keck; T. u. Hunter, Mies.
Olorinq prices of Octobor options
at Chicago yesterday: Pork, $10 45;
lard, $0 05; clear rib eidrs, fO 97i;
corn, 41:; wheat, 77J3J oate,2(!Jc.
Ahsihtant Seciiktaby La Hacub
was tt e recipient vemouUy of a mait
nillcent br.iKiuot. the gift of the Sisters
of the Good hhepherd.
Trirt lntest thing in the way of cheap
books is a complete, unabridged and
illustrated edition of Cour( of Monte
OiXo, by Alexander Duriini, just pub
lished by T. B. Peterson & Brothers,
Philade'phia. in a laruo octavo volume
of 000 pages, for M) cents, making it one
of the cheapest h-wks ever published.
J. N. Ford to J. F. Wolf, south side
of Williams's avenue, lot No. 3 of a
subdivision cf lot No. 72, for the sum
of $700, adjoining the eouihweet cor
ner oi Kobesin and Williams ave
nue. Samuel J. Latti to 11. C. Tale, lot
front, for the sum of $000.
Mouoktrui ItHnglea Mnl torsi.
(IfMflMMATT. KnlamltA O Wtrlif
River R fiwt 'i ini tioa on tha oniiunanrl
falling. Weather clear and very warm.
Pittsburg. Pa.. Rpntemlmr O Niolit
Rivtr 5 feet 4 inches on the gauge
and rising. Weather clear and warm.
WllXELIMO. W. Va.. KHtltomhnr O
Nigln River 1 foot 8 inches on the
gauge ana tailing, w earner clear and
EvANSVII.I.E. RunlpmVinr O NiirVit
River falling, with 4 fort 0 inches on
me gauge, weiuuer not; tuermom
eter 73 to 01.
Cairo. Krntnmlpr O Klirlif Ptnmr
8 fetti 5 incLes on the gauge and falling.
n Biuner ciear anu warm, is o arrivals
LodihV.LLB. Sentomlier 1). iol,t
River falling, wit. 3 teet 10 iuchee in
inn canai ana i oot B inches on the
falle. Businens dull. Weather clear
St. Louis, SertemSer 9. Night
TvivHr tinlnir. scilh II I. xt n inr.l.u. nn
the gauge. Weather clear and warm.
Arrived: Arkanasa Citv. Virknhnro.
Departed: Jay Gould anil barges, New
Orleans; Arkaneas Citv, Vicksburg.
Mnlford. Jeweler. 294 Main, so
licit orders from Ike country,
Pea body JHaUI.
0. B. OALL0WAT CO PaortiiToaa.
KaUi 12 60 and 13 par day, aocorJini to
sit. and looattoa of room Spaoial
Mri H B Cappo.Tena
ill Campbell, Ark
B Uarw.il it, Xena
W R rbarili Aw, Mill J W Treior, U
r. iiamnesi, is r v Kmbt, Ala
W A JiouaUn. Ala W Uu.rtennoui Al.Fla
MriJ WCook, Ark Mrs Williainson, Ark
J l; Foster, Miai M Kremer, I.nn
B P Hobday, Texaa J L Ktnkini, Mill
J Johnson, La J B Shenill, Miu
W B hharp, Ohio A Warren, N J
K h Thomai. 1) 0 S A llono' hibtra, N Y
C K.ssw.y, NY J 11 Laurence Af, Ark
C; Boyd, Ohio A M Les, Miss
T K MoUuire, Mill 11 K MoVe'Kh, Ark
J McDonald, Mo II Shoe-lor, Mo
M A Lome, Tenn 11 M llonnill, IVnn
J II ronan, Tenn A F K.nwood, Tenn
W T Miller, Ky J A Wright. Pa
A renmiier, ra M bsnli;, Ark
CRiyle,Tenn HKe-ii, Mo
H 11 Morton, Tenn C 8 Kinport, Pa
R Le Willie, Mo C F Biminons, Mo
Kred KrHuiir 4, Ark Misi KKramor, Ark
Misi J Uudener, Aik JWUill.Miss
M Laurence Aw, Mis! T Strauss, N Y
A L Klinner, Md J R K inlet. Md
T N McLeiuore, Mill H GoodriiUe, Mill
M F Johnson Aw, Ark Misi Johnson, Ark
MissFllullock, Ark J 11 Hooker, ind
W L Duncan. Kv AD llonirre. La
C L lionnere, ha Mrs K B Krellson, La
jnrs uiiai.y, i-a HAD Keen, Ky
W L lluyd, Ky T Downey, Mo.
The Sew Uhvo.o.
FAKHINQTON, STEWART k WUITB.
Rates, 2 60 to M per day. acoording to leoa
tion of rooms.
J W Jefenon, Tonn BR Scott, Mill
J 8 Loeke, N Y Jlnrper C'oyDe, Ala
J J Rogers, Mill It 1 Clark, Miss
J W Uuchanun, Mill Murrv F bmltli, Mill
A Truss, Col 1 V VIkui, N X
M J Me Joy, HI A Kirkkjr, NY
J J Oru.le, Muss Mr C Hoott if, Miss
C (Inrrett, Tenn A 11 ll.speber, Tenn
T J Foster, Tenn L 8 Btoimn. Md
RW llrooks, Tenn L llexter, Misi
K K Chnnoy, La H 11 Washburn, Mo
J li Leidy, nlasi II L Warner, N Y
W S Jeter, Ark Misi Jeter, Ark
11 1) Harris, Misi Miss L Harris, Misi
H I Harris, NY r) II Sullivan, Ky
r. Erhleon T R MnUu re, Miia
1 Lnthnn, T.nn O H Mjlunn, Md
Hf O'Sullivau, NY N 11-11, Tonn
UllMorcy, La J K Ryan, Va
T ii Tyler, Ind C W l'artca. Mill
J Coyne, Tonn WWood.Ky
H M Mansion!, Tenn J 11 Webb. Ky
W R Duiley, Ky A C Kelly, Tenn
Til Jinks, Miss KWLyon.Miii
J H Irwin, Tenn H F Took, Ark
R K Hancock, Ark J W Downing, Ark
WCKerse.Ark W A llullock, Me
T (iriiwold, Ma H J Morrell, Ohio
WB Hall, Ohio.
' 9atou'a Hotel.
European plan. linlargeJ and refurnished,
rrioei aoonrding to siie and loca
tion of rooms.
MPJuy. Tonn CCauilce, Misi
J E Dinlol. Ark MreHtewart. Ark
Mrs Johnson, Ark Mrs 8 Y Melchion, Ark
mrs nu ues, nra i J uacon, linn
J 8 Iniraui.Misi M MoTishe, Ark
11 (1 Houston. Tenn J L Adams. Ark
Mrs A Schmidt, Miu Misi K Reiluinn, Misi
j w lien, wan, misi a .l AudUotb, Miss
(1 Arnold, Tenn T Caldwell, Misi
HCrohne.Pa OLAckins, Md
O II Hiilley, Ark A M Wynn, Misi
Mrs J C Price Ac, Miss W C Iilll, Tenn
R M Leech, Tenn Miss L Knrle, Ark
Mn Ward, Tenn 0 A Higirlns, Ark
P.I Coffin an. Miu J C Mitihnll. Mli.
Mrs J W Little, Mill Misi J h'essums, MUa
li bAnurrwi, lenn it ; Meyers, Alisi
K 8 Hcrasvins, Miss R W llrooks, T.nn
W K MoD..niiiii,Tonn H L Fox, Tenn
W D Sawrie 4 w, Tonn Mrr Sawrie, Tenn
R LoKnn, Ind J II Leslie, N Y
O Leslie, N Y D Morgan, La
K W Kinr. Ark J U Foster. Miss I
J U Marlntt, Misi R F Smith, Tonn
au Howell, lonn jv morvell, Tenn
V. II Thomas, Miss J M Lane, Tenn
W W Cmnminis. Rtt J N Pruuilfoot. RR
J L McKeo, Tenn H P Melchion, Mis!
J W Thomas, Mill 0 W Parted, Misa.
Durty'a Earopeitti Hotel, '
Corner of Adaroi and Main itreeti. Rooroi,
ouo, vao ana li per aay i Amerioan Plan,
6 per day.
First-dftSI Restaurant In the TTntnl.
J. M. DUFFY (10 yean with P.abody Hotel)
W C Jordan, Mo 11 M Williams, Tenn
W R Robertson. Mill 8 J Nuthens, Tenn
J M Lainoih, Mn J PchTzingur, Mo
II It tlonlon. Misi W It Ladi . Miss
Mrs Bwunsen k a.Tei J M Hwnnxen k w.Tox
v a uursnnuer, miss j v rrott, mitt
A uicKinson A w.Ark ju iirmn, Ky
v A n i i.l. n n H1 i . rr
W A Dinner. Ark
CF Wright Tenn
K F Webbsr, Tenn
W O Bolgan, Ark
J P Alston, Tonn
T Daley, Ark
W L Dolan.y, Mo
M Monaghan, Tena
W R Cox, iss
1 B Oniy, Mo
N Coker. T.nn
" Ilumpnrey, Miss
T K Anderson, Mill
J li Bnyder, La
L weea Ark
M Jonniogs, Tenn
J Colvin, Ark
P M Morris, Tenn
Mrs E A Dunwell.Ark
J M Anderson, Misi
119 Alv.s, Miss
Mil Cummings, Tonn
T IT Uuflin.Tenn
J C Burrow, Tenn
M (larvin, Tenn
W 11 Dunn, Ky
J Lawrence k w.Tenn
Db. 0. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
P. M. Stanlby, funeral director and
enibalmer, 55 Madisou street.
A. F. Davis, painter, has removed to
No. 333 Second, south of Union street.
Sealed bids for the v.rious privi
leges at the ensuirg Fair nt Kerrville
will bn rereiveJ up to the 25tli instant,
by P. T. L'ori, Kr.vi le.
Ths ilerbnl Chili Cure, tho best
tonioaud soti i.Tiodle known. A eartain
au i sum cure lor caiili. l'rinell per bot
tlo. band atarnpa for oirovl.irs. Any re(
orocro gixen. Adireii John C. lUck.r,
Bkstok counly, Mis?., sends ber
fl st new halo ti Saul-burv, riised by
Tobe Uatlin, Ksq., ar.d shipped by V,
W. H. Elliotte, jr., & Co. to ', N. Ksies
G. H Mili.kr & Co.,r.tent Asbestos
Fiie Vroot Koofurs. For durability,
equaled by nuns. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel rontj. No. 65
Tub first new bale of cotton from
Crittenden county, Ark., was rained
by (iilbert Actlin and shipped by Col.
J. F. Smith, of Marion, to Schoollield,
llanauor & Co.
Frenchnion can properly be callod
"the knights of the utile' They are
go-id judges In all its refinements and
delicacies. In order tt ttimulate the
appvite and keep the digestive organs
in good order they give pre-eminence
to Anoostcra Bittkks. When you try
them be lure it is the gsnuine article,
nianufaciured by Dr. J. G. B, Kiegert
Studies at St Agnes Academy will
be resumed on Monday, the Cth of
September. As an incentive t3 the
industry of the pupils, a handsome
gold watch presented by Mr. Taylor as
the "Maggie Ruflln Memorial Pre
mium" will be awarded to the young
lady boarder who, having attained her
fourteenth year, has excelled in all
school duties and requirements.
Another ebipinont fine of Dameoos
just received by Lytle A Shiolds. '
Flue Watch repairing at Malford's
ADTICE TO MOT1IERN.
MRS. WlNRMlw'S SOOTHINO SvBl F shnulil
always be used for children toothing. It
soothes the child, softens the sums, allays
all pnin, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy lor diarrhea; 2V a bottle.
Order 44 .Hullortl Maile MtialM.
Mil to Kntlrita l.acoiilanluo for
tout I'luuibluc tna hs I lltluc
IS KCMOVKD DT THB DjS Of COCOASINI,
And it et.imnla'es and promote ths
growth nf the ha!r.
T'nrnoil's FUvorlug Ksrvantaaratht
MollsJSllTerwHr hi SlnUirtl,a
DelBallnlre LAaouiaralua la da
Sabsicrllte lor tho Appeal
We Fall In Line for the
First Fall Month.
THE SUMMER HAS ENDED.
Some Seasonable Sugg
tious lor Memphis
The Summer, according to the
Alinanao, has ended, and it is time
now to think ot something else than
how to escapa the summer heat.
Fall, with its chango ol' climate and
change of clothiDg, is coming.
For the change of clothing which
is now necessary, tho Misfit Clothing
Parlors, No. 2U2 Second 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 bargaios 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
tire Buit. A coat or a pair ot pants
may be necessary to piece out your
fall attire. Well, we have prepared
for just such emergencies. We have
New Fall Nulla,
Hautli&ine Drees Sulla,
Good Every Day SiiKu,
Coat and VeaCa,
A Floe I.loa of Pants,
Vnnla lor Dreaa or Work.
All our Clothing is offered at
prices which do not represent the
actual first oost ot the goods. By
buying from us you get the finest
Clothing in tho world for much less
than its aotual value.
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
wBomember. all alterationi to insure.
perleot fit, done frea of chsrge by a first-
WORKINGMEN I -
l'OIt $1 23
You pan buy or na a pair of HI en's
Htitclulowa Buckle or Tie Shoes
lunt cost you elsewhere 81 7a.
rou $:i oo
Ton ran buy (t nlr of .Wen's (Jai
lers, Lace llnla or Button fthoea,
lull stuck, calfskin, seamless
vamp, solid sole leather and
con tiler, every pair warranted,
worlb at least 3 75 to Hi 00
roit $3 oo
Ton can buy of ni a pair of La
dles' Kid button Shoe that you
cannot substitute elsewhere for
TOIt 1 75
We offer yon Iloya flood, Nlronar,
Neat Ilullon Ntioe, inch a yon
never bought before for les than
S3 aa to U OO, the sisrs running
from 11 to a.
for $a as
We offer yon Ladles' Pebbled Uoat
Hal Ion Shoe, fully worth i 79.
na-Childrtn't and Misses' School Shoes
heapar Than Ever, or Anywhere Els.
Call and Conylnoe Yourietru.
ZELLIIER & CO.
Glvei Be'lef at
one and Corel
or Powder. Frei
from InJ urloof
DruKi and Oflan
A tortlnla Is snnlled Into ei nostril and
Is Hgreeahl. l'rio. ftO cents it Druiiistii
Hy mail, renistrred, rmeents. irouisrs ire.
M,V nulla., uruirKiS's, "in, ei. l.
TUS SOUTH BUN EXPRESS CO. will ae
oupl and lorw.ird, Irea of rliarire, rnntrl
billions for the rellet of th sull.rers by th.
Karihituak at Charleston, 8nnth Csrolina.
II. v. r i.u &t,
Superintendent Southern Kxpress Co.
Meuij'h is, Tenn.. S )'t. 3. 1S(I.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Onice, 06 Horaaado Street,
rStrlct attention glvn tQ all bsiinau In
raiwu to dm oar.
SEPTEMBER 10. 1886.
JAMES c. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
3Tos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET,
. IJAKUFACTDRERS M0
SPECIAL riClCES tt Railroad anc leree Coatractora for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness.
JAME 9f. OOODBAR.
Ko. 319 MALV
BOOTS & SHOES
f.?nr.r'ini?'1W,,'r ?t0"k 0.B"'L', "K-thIsrstla thii msrket. and on of tho arffsst to be found In any markat
,?,? k i ' u W ,nT,le.the MrohanM visit dr Memoha to eall and ex inline the same. The fact that w sell more than any other
th. Ira l VV. .I ll 1 l" " r
wy iiiii carry a larxe line of
?j'i ' ii "' Uoat Bnd Cal1'
any hoiie. Oive us s -nll
Itevlled Crabs, Kliriinn.
Nalinon, rresb Can Mackerel,
Brook Tront, Oysters,
91 neb erel In 'loinato Catsup,
Sweet btnffed Pickle,
Sonr Pickles by fhe cal. and In Jar,
Pickled Onion, Hot Relish,
Wooster Sauce, Tomato Catsup,
Capers, Hnalard, Curry Powder,
Salad Dressing, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheese, Celery Sauce,
Celery Salt, Lie , Ele.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
IMPORTER AND SEALER W
ions, Ammnultlon, Fishing Tackle
and Base-Ball Goods.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
034 Main Street. Memnhla. Team
Uanafaoturini and Rapairing oi Sana a
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
2 IS Slain St., HeiuptalStTeui
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
TUBE PAINTS, CANVAS, Etc
Removed to 308 Front T.l,
Between Monro and Madison, Ken
Ofjpos i t n tolEce.
J. ti. aUHWIUT iVbUN
Impnrtari and dealers la Sni.lmiaa.
union and flshlmt Tackle, Ballder'
Martlware, Lleclrle Bell and An
nunciators for llotels and Residences, 8t3
Main atreet, Hensphla, Tenn. illeotrlo
uppliai alwaya oa hand. Repairing neatly
Vourit m thehtnt remedy
knows to ui lot lioaorihtxaa
Ji'lt. and In tvory on U
AImU A Link.
UudMi. N. Y
Sold by DrarrUtfe
SHEA ft MCCARTHY, Troiir'B,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
ON I OF Til B LAR9 kst boilir shops
In th Ronth, and th only oompl.ts
Boiler and Sbet-Irnn Works in theoitr.
Hnnnracturer of heavy iIhI Iron
work of every description. Hpol
Mtewtlwa . IAl.,l.,nB wnrl.
Importer aid D.al.r la
8ni, ruhlna- Tackle and Sporta.
men' N applies. r Bptolal attention
given to MANOFACTUHINd and R8
413 Nialn H(M1ftmnliln,Teni
.1. l. liJOXtV tO.
COAL AND WOOD
11W CKALK STREET,
Noarith Corner of Dototo, Moun'hls, Tina
f I TO i DAT.j
JQmnoui mt M IB
WM. L. t'UKK. E. J. CAKKISGTOSf.
STREET ; MEJIPniS. TEXXESSEE.
i"T 'i-.k S ni u !,n SU Oici O'l I T I (IBDC
!Ua O H-M 4Dfc UOODS. inluilinc the ce
heiidea a lurg variety of other wakes.
So. 7 MADISO.Y STKEET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : : : $100,000
WM.KATZKNBERttEP, President. I. KATZENBERUER. Cashier.
INTEREST ALIO Win ON DEI'OmTN, FKtllW SI lip.
Have attained, has Induced unprincipled manufacturers to place on th market a bas.
imitation. We hertbv caution ihe public that all tienuine Cisarro will bear aw BID fcsai
on each box. and our Factory Number, UOO, Sil IsiHlrlcl, Si. Y.
The only all long Havana filler cigar on the market for S cents.
GKEIO. P.' LIES CO.,
Factory 200, 3d District, S. Y.
MOON & JOYNEB, Wholesale Agents,
"THE STANDARD OF TK WORLD."
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STYLES, 825.00 AND UPWARD.
aorTERMS Cuh, or easy Monthly Installment!. Writ lor Illustrated Catalof oa.-n
O. JBLm HOUCK. dS5 OO.
SOLE AGEN rs FOR THE SOUTH WEST,
No, QOO XkXAlxi. Git.. SUX e xxi fp la. las, Tenn.
11 nation Street, Haabrllle. o. 1100 Olive Btreet, St. LaaK
TVlioIesale Dealers and Fulrlisuers,
Sol Aaenta for th following First-Class Instruments;
STEINWAY and K1STA.BE
MINOS.-Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Vheelock.
OKGANS- Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
ira-A NEW 7-OCTAVE PIANO FOR I90.-M
Write for Catalogue'. Xo. 331 and
JIST KECEIVIXU AXIS IX STOKE,
1.000 bags ew Crop (aHOl issn), ISio to flee.
:t.OOO keies Iron and Mori ails bowl brands.
1,000 barrel's JCetiiicd Snsar all grjulos.
lOO barr Is Xew Croia (eaon li6), Klec.
1,500 ku. L,eal and Itefltif d I,nrd.
150 tierces anvawMcd Hants.
lOO boxes ItrcHklasL Hacon.
1,000 bags Mioi, Powder and Caps.
1 OOO bisxes Canned (oods, SardluetT, Oysters. Etc.
J.OOO bxs. pure New Creatu Clicese Mlver Moon Ifrand.
1,000 bags baud-picked Virginia and Tennessee FeauntM.
Islannraclnrers of the celebrated brands ofSIL
TElt MOOXaud JHb8If lit Fure ttlick Candy, and Uaklng
Importers of Foreign Fruits, Lemons, Oranges,
Raisins, Nuts, Etc.
Nos. 284 and 2SG Main Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
till In tfee market,
209 MAIN STREET.
S6X mITNT ST.
OUR 1T0CK OF BOOTS AND SHOES FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR IS MORE
comple than ever. comprUini not only the best and finest but also lull lines of me
dium, durable and strlish goods, which we offer at low figures.
TO THK IK OK we offer spiolal inducements. Carrjin most of our roods In
SOLID B17.K3, w. are Prepared to fill orders ior special sises at NO EXTRA COol, thu
enabling Merchants to fill in without being compelled to buy goodi not needed. ,
IDIjESE. 3BH.O. tS3 OCX
Agent rort betel vbrntrd W. L. Dnnala S Jlsn's fair Bboea and 93
Boys' alio la all styles.
-ILLUSTRATED CATALOQUE AND PRICE LIST MAILED FREE.-.
F. MEYEB, Sec'y and reaa.
F. e. JOXES.
tHt l ilt BOO"S SOU priCOS r IStlS SOtOry tO
ebratsd Heo. Hooker Calf Boot. Kriunendorl.
Our Eastern ma'le coods eannot he surpsssen by
j,,.IIKK I'll - PT.
233 Second Street, Bleniphls.
with a fhlt amortV
i MEMPHIS, TENN.