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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY.! SEPTEMBER 11. 18S0.
RilLEOAD TIME TABLE,
LoilRTle,ew Or'.etM T B'j
HINMXNIFPI VALLEY BOUTS,
and altsrMarl.H6. peiienrer traini o
wis rowi win run
10 :B3 p.m
A-Wlth all linei enUringMenijhli.
fi-Wllh M. A N. W. K. R. lor Helena.
C for Ureenville and Huntington, and all
D-With V. A M. end V., 8. A P. Rallroadi.
i-With N., J. AC. R. R. lor Batches ad
F-For PoinU on the Branch.
0 With itsaineri for Baron Bar.
H-ft'ith railroadi diverting lor Florida,
Texas and Oastlpointi.
J AS. M . KDW A RrS, V. P. and Q. M.
A. J.RMAPi'. Q.P. A.
Mississippi and IraatuM.-Traini
dot aa In! to wi: New Orleam mail arrival
daily at 9:2Sa.m.i leavei daily at 5:00 p m.
Iorl Srwiaad H iwlaatrpl al
ley'. Train! mov aa tollowi: Fait tins
leave! at 10:00 a.m.; bl. Loud fail line
leavei at 5:30 p.m. ; Fall lin arrive! at 1
p.m. I St. I.ouu fait Una arrival at:0f a.m.
Louisville aad aaahvllle Traini
mora ai follow! ! Fett mail arrival daily at
5:15 a.m. I leavei at 10:11) p.m. i mail leavei
daily at 10:10 a.m.; arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brownivllls aeoommodatiom laavaa daily'
except Knnday, at 5:00 p.m.! arrival daily,
nept Sunday, at :50 a.m. (standard timet.
Memphis and Utile Hork.-Traini
mora aa fullowi (central itandard tiraa):
No. 1 leavei daily at 4 :SI p.m, ! arrival at
S :55 p.m. No. S leavei at 5:M a.m.: arrival
at 8:50 a.m. No. 5 (freight) leavei Uopeteld
daily (except Sunday) at 6:00. a.m.; arrival
at7:10 p.m. .
Hall Mnafe (Haani City", BprlasT-
Id and Memphis) Traini leave M. and
T. depot aa follown No. 4, Kaniai City ex
preit, laavaa at 10:15 a.m.; No. 3, Kama!
City expresi, arrival at 3fl p.m. No. 2,
KwiaaCity mall, laavaa ai6:00 p.m. ; No. II,
Ktniai City mall, arrival at 8:46 a.m. No.
1, tit. Louli and Chleaan expresi, leavei at
6: p.m.; Na- 1, (St. Louie and Cblcaioex
praii, arrival at 8:45 a.m. la effeot Snnday,
Apr" 1. ' .
Memphis and Charleston Train!
move) aa followit Thrnurh sxpreii leavei
daily at 10:40 p.m. Mail and expreea laavel
daily at 10 :00 a m. boeerville seoommodv
tion leavei daily, except Sunday, at 5:3fl
a.m. Through expreei arrival daily at 5:25
a.m. Mail and eipreii arrival daily at If. :U0
S.m. Somerville accommodation arrival
ally, except Sunday, etftiMa.tn.
Memphis, Klriulatliain and Allan
tin Holly Sprinn Routs Traini move aa
follown No. 1 laavaa Memphii daily at 3:45
r m. : arrival at Uolly biiringi at 5 :58 p.m. i
No. 1 leavei Holly Springs daily at 9:00
a m.i arrival at Memphii at 11:15 a.m.; No.
D liavai Memphii daily at 7:15 p.m., arrive!
at Uolly Bpringi at 11 :45 p.m.; No. leavei
Jl)lly Bpringi dally at 2:15 a.m., arrival at
Memphii at 6:45 a.m.
For Muniwippi and Louitiana: Gen-
,1.. r 1 1 I.. a
entity air wcavier; nniny nummary tem
perature; variable uindi.
For Ttxat: Oentally fair weather;
nearly ilationary temperature; windi gen
For Arkantat: Fair maOier; no de
cided change in temperature; variable
windt, generally no'therly.
For Kentucky and Tennetiee: Gen
erallyair waVter; tlightly cooler; windt
Ttie river$ will remainnearly tiationary,
M leerlttfleai Keport.
Time. Bar. Tuer. Wind. W'ther
7:00 a.m. 29.983 73.0 S.W. Fair.
8:00 p.m. 29.945 88 0 W. Clear.
10:00 p.m. 30 044 73 0 N.W. Ltrain
wnuiuuiu WlliIOIBVUie) in. I.
Minimum temperature, 72 0.
Oione, 10 a m., 2.
la the) Oaltaa Kacloa.
Bighal BaaTica, U. S.AaiiT,
September 10, 188(1-5 p.m. J
Dtviaion of teleKrami and reports (or
the benefit ol commerce and KRricul
tore. Cotton region bulletin lor the
twenty-four hours ending September
luin, at tt o-cioca- p.m,
MEMPHIS D1B- ig 4g g g
TaitT, ? ?- p
Memphis 91 72 .00
Haahvllle 90 60 ,C0
Grand Junction... 91 07 .03
Oorinlh H 84 .00
-itucumbla 92 02 .00
Dewtur 03 68 .00
Swttnboro 9i 02 .00
Ilornando 93 68 .00
BitesvUle IK) (is .00
Grenada 92 62 .
Covington.... 92 (" .00
Dyeraburg 92 (it .00
ArllnRton 95 (i4 ,(!0
Brownsville 92 (Hi ,00
Milan 03 OH .00
Paris 90 C7 .00
.Bolivar- 92 (5 ,00
Holly Springs 93 08 .00
Oilord 93 CO .00
Sums 1750 1213 .
Means 92.0 05 .00
a Hm a H5 g.
DISTRICTS. f- f g g.
WilminRton 91 69 .02
Charleston KS 07 .
AukubU 69 (9 .07
Bavvnnah 84 71 .49
Atlanta. 89 00 .05
Montgomery M 68 .20
Mobile 90 65 .
New Orleans. 94 70 .00
Galveston 93 70 .03
VijkBbnrjt 93 09 .
Little Rock 94 70 .01
Memphis 92 65 .00
Bums 1084 819 .93
Means 90 0 68 0 ' .08
Ano'her thoosmd wai forwarded
to Charleston yesterday.
The Shelby Street car track, has
been finished to Pontotoc.
Several cases of diphtheria have
been reported to the Board of Health.
Tbe Elk will inatigurale the sea
son Sunday night with a so:sion fur
Messrs. Patlerem and I'bolan
apeak here Monday night, and prima
ries will be held next day.
Sheriff Cannon yesterday reap
pointed Deputies 1'oweil. 1'ope, Miller,
Stewart, McLendon and Mason.
Tbe wotkmen have b'gun dip-
mantling the old Liwenetem build
ing, which will soon givs way to a nana
SOU18 stone and iron structure.
Licenses t marry were issued
yesterday to John McPeake and Kiln
Matthewe, David Wells and Hannah
WilBon, Lawrence Wright and Vena
All persons wishing to become
chjrler membtrs of Memphis Lodge
Good Templars will meet the Grand
Chief Temp ar at ths l'riddy House at
8 o'clock this evening.
A movement has been put bu foot
to provide an elevator for tae Court
house. Some time aga Mr. 8. I. Mc
Dowell obtained a subscription of f i03
for the purpoce, and will try to double
iC If he should do to the elevator
willbs put in.
The committee appointed by the
County Court t- lefts: sfUr the well
decided yesterday to order a tower
which will tot $1200. The founda
tions of tbe new vault were thought
to be too weak ti sustain the taok.
The whole cost to supply watsr to the
jail and Courthouse willbe $3500. The
water rate is now $1500 a year.
D. A. Robinson, of Tine Bluff,
Ark., (olicilor for the Colored Indus
trial and Fair Aseociation of the Htato
of Arkansas, is in the city in the inter
est of the asrocia'ion. The first annual
fair will be held at Tine Bluff, com
mencing Tuesday, October 19tb, snd
continuing five day. A very liberal
premium list is oflcred, and tbe fair
will doubtless bo a succes.
The State Female College will
ropen Monday, September 13th, with
the following faculty: Mils MollieE.
Marshall, principal; Mr. Thomas S.
Martin, the classics, nuthema'ics and
history ; Mies Kate Aojl, preparatory
department ; Mim Lucy Raines, elocu
tion and English language; Miss Kv
Mosbr, drawing, painticp, modeling
and history of art; Prof. Carl to.
Dors'er, Gtrman and French ; l'rof. C.
P. Winkler, teacher of vocal culture;
Mrs. M. F. lienor, teacher of pieno:
Miss Anne Poston, assistant teacher of
Capt. J. P. Meredith, formerly su
perintendent of the Memphis, Bir
miogbam'and Atlantic railroad, was
the recipient of a plearant surprice
yesterday morning. On the arrival of
the train from Holly Springs he wes
wsited on by a delegation, headed Ty
Judge J. II. Watson, who, on behalf
of the transportation department of
the road, presented Capt. Meredith
with a handsome fto'd headed cane, as
a mark of their esteem f jr him as an
official and a man. Capt. Meredith,
although taken by surprise, gracefully
responded, saying he win no speaker,
but that the "boys" knew how much
he appreciated it Those pre'ent were
CaptM. Holden, W. 11. Bensini, Harry
llitterbnrner, Wm. Richey, Mewman
Wells, Sam Wilkeraon, J. R. War
nacker, J. W, Morris, W. H. King,
George Stokes and A. D. Bankley.
Tom Boykr", of tbe Fort Worth Ga
ulle is in the city.
John W. Dillabd, with his family,
are at home again, after a pleasant
visit to Morehead City.
J. 8. Day, wile and daughter, Miss
Jennie, returned to the city yesterday
from Asbevills, N. C.
D. Zbiankb baa arrived, and from
his looks bo must expect to do big
shoe business this season.
Granvillb Goodlos, M.A., princi
pal of McTyeire Institute, McKenzie,
Tenn., has accpted the professirship
of Greek In WcfTord College, Spartan
burgh, 8. C. He is succeeded at Mc
Tyeire by Mr. J. 11. Harrison, a dis
tiognished graduate of Webb School
and of Vanderbilt University.
Lovis B. Acdioiir, editor of the
Slate Wheel Enterprite, published at
Searcy. Ark., is la the city.
MENEEX ASD COMPACT.
We want to impress the entire
male population oi Memphis with
tome facts about our Clothing,
Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods
which may otherwise escape their
We keep the largest variety of
Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel.
We guarantee all oar goods ex
actly as represented.
All goods are marked in plain
Yon waste do time In haggling
We have but one price, and that
is the lowest.
Our Clothing and Shoes are man
ufactured expressly for us, and are
equil in all respects to custom
And are really better (hapes and
more comfortable fits than if made
1000 pairs Men's oJd Trousers,
all fall styles, 2 50, upward.
l(X:o Men's Busicesi Suits, $10,
Tbe Dollar. Hal, Fall Shape,
equal to any $2 bat to be found In
BOYS' SCU0OL SUITS.
All our new styles of Youths'
Boys' and Children's School and
Dress Suits . are now ready. Also
BOYS' CLOTH HATS.
CROWDS OF BARttAIJfS.
TODAY we offer such splendid
drives in Hosiery that no one in
want of such goods can afford-to let
the opportunity go by.
One lot of Children's Genuine
French Ribbed Coiton Hose for
25o a pair, real value 65c.
One lot of Children's Striped
Cotton Hose at 15c a pair, or two
pairs for 25c, not half value.
One lot Ladies' Colored Lisle
Hose at 15c a pair, the former price
One lot Men's Solid Colored Half
Hose at 15c a pair, or two pairs for
SPECIAL TO tiESTLEMEN.
We have been very much disap
pointed by our shirt men in Troy,
who were backward in filling or
ders on account of strikes, but now
we are pleased to announce that
we have received all sixes and
styles in laundered and uulaun
dered GOLD AND FILVER SHIRTS,
acknowledged by the whole world
as the beat shirts made.
it EX KEN AND COUP AN' Y.
W. H. BINGHAM , Masaoia.
European plan. Enlaried and refurniihed.
rrioai aoeordint to liia and loca
tion of roomi.
O II Jemren, Ark
B B McMijten, Ky
B8 ltoady, Ark
W P Adami, Tenn
J N Killinailey, Ark
r i, uuiorie, atk
J U Carpantor. Ky
.14 r, noyria, i,a
L, a nowanon, i. a j rettcin, ienn
J L Simmon', Mira B O Branch, JliM
Mi Mor ail ien, Mill Mill li I'alti.n, Mill
J (Sutherland, Tana C f Miller, Tdq
Mm Mickey 4c, Mill 0 F Dednrii, Tenn
O Verier, leno K Wurman, Tenn
J .1 Caiay, Mill A J Knuland i, Ark
1) Ktmpel, Ark W 1 Troten, Ark
W L Urnham, Tenn L PMotitKomery.Ark
W A Jotioson, Tenn J L Adami, Ark
Mill J Williauii.Mim J Hill, Tenn
L A Franklin, Tenn Mn J Kaevei 4o, Ark
Mri C M in lor io.Ark II D Tomlimnn, Ark
W B Hayai, Ark W Freehofor, Ind
A L Norrii. Tonn BOotlv. Ark
TC Hicks. Ark
J 11 Hull, Ark '
J I, IIhII. Ark
B F McCnnnell, Ark
W Lambeth Aw. Tenn
T C Kertuiii'i, Mill
W Ct-trn-kland, Tenn
B P Willifur.1, Ark
V O llalyhurton, Va
Mrs A 11 Craig, Ark
J L Priver. Ark
Wl' Hall, Ark
(1 W hCorlii, 111
i Eliutior, Ark
(1 W Tarry. Ark
l.u Purtoii, Ark
N A Taylor. Mill
J A Kci.l, Miai
H M Mdlehe, Ark
W K Adama, Miia
F It VanUatnn, Mill
J K Kicherion, Ala
J F ll'.dnei, Ark
T E Lenta. (In D M (ionlnn. (1
1) M lio
1,111, unn ihib. t inrroii. nra
Mn be Haro .t to, Ala Mill J l'erkim, Ark
F Borenilie, Tenn TJ McOowan, Tenn
II M llemlerion.Tonn A C Reovei, Tei
B F Mcnear, Tax H J Oitrnantor, Tenn
W M Bhelton, Tenn H Jarralb, Mill
C. B. GALLOWAY A CO ...PtopaiiTois.
Katei2&0and9 per day, aceor.lint to
iia and location of room Special
W Wright, Va A Friedman, Tenn
WP Wait Ark K K Anilenon, Ala
H V Armstrong, Alia WW Keith, Ala
J B McUlellund, Tex Mn MrClellitnd, Tex
Mn Mitehell Ac, Ark C L F.Kgloeton, Ark
EC King. Ua W Alston, jr, On
H W MnClennn, Ga W Muiwolf, Ark
EDl'illow. Ark W llendenon. Mo
J Witon, Mo It 1) liniwn, Tenn
II M Shockloy.Tenn J M Brinkley, Tenn
T Junes, Tenn W B Woodward, Ky
A G England , Ark G F Biliintiily, Miai
V H Rogen, La W A Barnard, ienn
AHcnrh ruugh, Tenn W Winters, Tenn
K J William", Ark CWWooten.l'a
W Baker, Mo CO Jones, Tenn
M C Keilmore, La W K Alston, La
P M t: 1 won, liy D 1! Hanson, Wia
G 11 fearer, La G 8 Ailiion, N Y
FAShufelt, 111 CT Small Aw, Mo
BW Cutter, La II II MoCaloh, Miri
C A Heifer, NY H B Johnston, N Y
F M Uuvall.Teun JEOuiwn, Misi ,
II Mitrx, La K 11 Kvuni, N Y
K $ Lerine. La W E Sohuiug. Ky
Mrs EV Weiiinger.La P H hdmerville, Mill
J Graham, Tenn R Taylor. Tenn
M Hall, Tenn J I) Wood jr. Tonn
J B Bmoiuan, Ark H Herman, La
MrsBillingsleyJti.MtiiMri N U Dkinner.Mlsi
J V McDiinald. Mill T P Kelly, Ky
JAllunhei.hr L White, Ky
G W Auimoni, Mo ON Miller, N Y
A S Gilbert, ky PT Griffin, Ky
F. WarteKI, Mill E Edwards, Ala
Mri Jackson, Ala Mill Jackion, Ala
John Jonei A w, Ark.
The New tJavoeo.
FARRINGTON, STEWART A W1IITE,
Ratal, 12 50 to M per day, according to loca
tion of rooini.
WW Wood. Ky R B Rinforil, Ky
DC Millen, Ark B B Bethel, Ark
R C McOauilry, Ark J J Cook. Ark
B D Hodirei, Ark L Law, N Y
EBTppett.Ky J G Fisher, N Y
Mn W U Meiliie.Miil G W Guilty, Mill
EMayei. ii GR Hill, Miss
J 11 Lewis, Tenn A 0 Kennedy, Tonn
T B Galloway, Tenn T.T Olmstad, Ark
A M Robertson, Tann J Q Guiding, Tonn
L B Geddii, Mo CK Douglaas, Mo
HE Cutter, Mo A B Buchanan, Mo
C B Conkey, Mo LB Green, Mo
A B Seymour, Ala T S Taylor, Mill
L A Shaw, Mill R ll"nd, Ark
Chai Murphy, Ark R I Wilson, Mill
EJ llanly, Mifi L A Harlow, Tenn
8 Hntnmott.Tenn G M Waller, Tenn
N Goldstein, tenn L Sugarman, Tenn
W 1) Sledge, Tenn J U Bond, Tenn
H B Srhlois. Tenn G W Willey.lenn
Misi M Little, Ark J E Blake, Miss
J M Reed. Mii R I Duckwell, Ky
T C Murray, Ky P A Evani, Ark
W P McKemia, Ark W L Newman, Ark
Daily's European Hotel,
Coraarof Adami and Main irreota. Room!,
60e, 75c and II par day: American Plan,
ti par day.
Tint-elan Raitaurant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFi K (10 yean with Paabody Uottl)
J C Riley, Mln A B Seward, Tenn
R F Webber, Tenn Wm Hertiman, Tann
J U McCain. Tenn J 0 Moflatt, Tenn
Rev J II Strong, Tenn Rev H Rabb, Tenn
K I) Martin. Mm L Helllmrath, Ala
T KUuSin, Tenn T E Andenon, Mill
L Green, Ark L 11 Weed, Ark
W Van Uerolgen, Ark E J Adanu, Mich
HP Scott, Ark JM Hunter, Ark
W J Miller, Tenn J M Lane, Tenn
TB Smith. Ark E A Shaw, Mill
Mn M A Abdill.Tenn J G Knox, Tenn
A M Averill iw.Tex W D Hall, Tenn
T I) Ramaay.Tenn T D Kewburn, Tenn
W C Locke, NY T Uartman, Ark
C E Steele, Tenn C C Uarick, Ky
C McCaffry, Ark L Weed, Ark
J M Uedrii k, Ohio R L Harris. Tenn
Matt Monaghan, Tann G W Humphries, Tenn
Mill Simmons, Ky J L Gilleipio, Mill
E I) Martin, Mill.
AM t mm 1 ' Ul.. V tAI T II . l
LOCAI. NOTICES. j
Dr. C. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
P. M. Stanley, funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison street.
A. F. Davis, painter, hps removed to
Xo. 353 Secjnil, siuth of Union street.
The Turn Ve-oin excursion leaves
for Little Rock itt 5:55 o'clock to-morrow
morning and tickets can be pro
cured after todiy.
Hxai.ru hid for tho virions privi
leges at the ensuing Fair at Kerrville'
will bn received up tothe25:h instant,
by S. P. L;gon,' Kenville.
Ths Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonic and anti nerioilio known. A certain
aud lure euro lor chills. Prieell par bot
tle, hamt stiwnpa (or oiroulnn. Any ref
aratica gixen. Adilren John 0. Ruoker,
G. W. Mim.kr A Co.,ratont Asbestos
Fite Troof Roofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, fi-lt and gravel roofa. No. 65
Mkhhrs. J. Klatjss & Co., of Hunts
vllle, Ala., shipped the first bale of
new cotton from that city, which was
forwarded free by the Memphis and
Charleston railroad, to Schoolfleld,
Hanauer & Co.
Tub hut cheap excursion to Lake
view will take place Sunday, the 12th.
After that these excursions will be
discontinued. Everyone should take
advantage of this opportunity to pafs
one more Sunday pleasantly, where
fishing, dancing and sailing on tbe
lake may bs indulged In.
Frenchmon can properly be called
"the knights of the unle," They are
soid lutlaes in all its refinements and
delicacies. In order to stimulate tbe
appetite and keep tbe digestive organs
in good order they give pre-eminence
to Anoostora Bittkks. When you try
them ha ture it is the cenuine a'ticlb.
manufactured by Dr. J. G. B. fciegert
Floe Watch repairing- at Molford's
Ortlor) for HaM'ka
at J. II. Manor's s'able b. one block
from Lucbrmann's, will receive
prompt attention. Telephone 829.
Sf onoxraiu ItaiiKlea Mnlford.
OrderM9Inllortl Made Medals.
AVI( K TO M1IIEKN.
Mm. Wikklow'i Sootrino Rvaup ihould
alwayi be used for children teething. It
loot-hei the child, lofteni the gumi, allayi
all pain, ourei wind rolio, and li the bent
reineuy lor Uiarrbea; so a bottle.
MnUonl, Jeweler, 204 Main, B0
licit a orders from the country.
jet KnlleilKa Lnaoranratno SO do
Do to Itntleilae l.Kaoinnralno for
your I'lnmtiluK anil t'litlua;
KoIldCillierware at Mnlford'
We Fall in Line for the
First Fall Month.
THE SUMMER HAS ENDED.
Some Seasonable Sugges
tions for Memphis
The Summer, according to the
Almanac, has ended, and it is time
now to think of something else than
how to escape the summer heat.
Fall, with its change of climate and
change of clothing, is coining.
For the change of clothing which
is now naoessary, the Misfit Clothing
Parlors, No. 262 Second street, has
long been preparing. We have not
been idle during the hot months, and
the result of our aotivity 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
tire suit. A coat or a pair of pants
may be necessary to piece out your
fall attire. Well, we have prepared
for just such emergencies. We have
New Fall Nulls,
Ilantlaome Dreaa Sulla,
flood Every Day Bulla,
t'oala and Veala,
A Floe I.ioe of Paula,
fnnla for Dreaa or Work.
All our Clothing is offered at
prices which do not represent the
actual first cost of the goods. By
buying from us you get tho finest
Clothing in the world for much less
than its aotual value.
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
er Remember, all alteration! to Insure a
parlect fit, dont free of charge by a lint
el an tailor.
. FOK 1 25
Ton ran buy of na a pair of Hen's
NtilclKlowa Buchln or Tie Mio
thai coat you elicnlier ttl 73.
FOK 'flS 00
Yon ran buy a ialr of Men's i-ni-irm,
Lace Ilnla or Itullon Mines,
lull alork ralfnh lu, eninlo
vamp, III Dole leather anil
counter, ovrry nlr wiirrnuK'il,
worth at least 3 75 lo 81 OO
FOK $2 OO
Yon ran buy of n a pair of I.ti
diea' Hll Kiillou allocs Hint you
rannol aubslllule elsewhere fur
FOK $1 75
We offer yon Uoya' flood, Nlrooa;,
Meat Biillou Mhoea, nifh aa you
iinver bonabt before for leaa tbau
M a to Mil SO, the alaoa rnoniuK
from 11 to 8.
FOK $3 25
We offer you Ladles' Pebbled Uoat
llnlton Wipes, fully worth 81 75.
eerChllJren'l and Mtiiea' School Ehoei
cheaper Than Ever, or Anywhere Eire.
Call and Convince Vounelvti.
ZELLHER & CO.
TBS SOUTHERN EXPRESS CO. will ac
cept and forward, free of chyme, contri
bution! for the relief of the uflereri bv the
Karthyuaka at Charleiton, s,1ro"n-
Bunerlntcndent Southern Kxnreei Co.
Memiihli.JennjJent. 3, 1KS6.
PURSUANT to an execution limed An
rust 6, 1 Stirt, from tho bupreme Court ol
Tennessee, on iurtiitfient rendered by laid
Court. Juna 10,ltsii, in favor of J. L. Kuper
.on enain't W. B- Oalbr ath and J. M.
Fowlkaa. comprising the 6rm of W . B. Qal
Sreath A Co., for one thousand and ele-hty-ntne
doilaia and eifhtr-flva otnti (10t So),
I will on
Hatnrday, Oadober a, 18SS,
la front of the Courthouse doer, In Shelby
oountv, Tenn.. lell to the highest bidder lor
cash the following dotoribed tract of land la
the Taxing District of bhclby county, in
Bhelby county, Tenn., Jo-wit i Hoginning at
a ioint on the loutn line ol Union street,
84H fat oait of a four lit foot alley s then.-e
east on and with aouth line of llnlon itreet
' feet to a Italia: thence louthwanlly, at
right anrloi with I'nUn street, lwi feet to an
alloy! thence with laid alley westwanlly
M teet to a itakei thence on alineiier
rendicular to Union itreet northwardly 1!'S
loot to the point of beginning, being same
lot conveyed bv W. 11. Ualbre.th to A. Vn
curo by deed reglilered in bhelby county,
Tenn., in book K0. page m, and samebemg
thoeiut half of lot eonveyed by t. Una to
M. L. Meacham and W. B. Oallireath, by
deed In book 51, page li'l, of the Itegister'i
oflice of ssiil county. Levied on as the prop
artvof W. 11. Ualhreath to satixy laid ex
"ution. , W. 1. OANNuN. ijherin.
By Jiihv J. Ms Paputy bhoriff.
l'oiton & J'oiton, Attoineyi.
JAMES C. BELL, Presldeut.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN..
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
AISr r,KY IK. IaSWAR2 ABTD LEATUEE.
t&r fePECUL miCES tc Railroad ant Levee Contractora for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness.
JAMES M. ClOODBAR.
BOOTS & SHOES
No. 319 MAIX STREET MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
MTOur Fall and Winter Stock of BOUT AND HHop-the largest In thii market, ajld one of the iarg.it to be found In any market
le now complete, and we invite the Merchant! viiit ng Memiihn to call and examine the same. The fact that we sell more than aoy other
timiaja nnra. nrtd nArnn mm nraa than ana honjo i It nl lha llhin aiu ! CC. t. : j ii a .. i .. '
the trade. We still I carry a large line of tWaTOW-MA BE MiS. including the celebrated tleo. H,
Uittman&Co. i Ladies' Kid, Uoat and Call, bendei a large variety of other laakei. Our Kaitern mad
any houre. (live us a all.
Deviled Crabs, Nbrlmp,
Salmon, Fresh Tan Slackerel,
Brook Tront, Oyalers,
Bfackerel In Tomato t'ataap,
Sweet Stuffed Plcklea,
Sonr Pickles by tbe gal. and Injara,
Pickled Onions, Hot Relish,
Wooater Sauce, Tomato tJalanp,
Capers, Hnslard, Carry Powder,
Salad Dressing, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheese, Celery Sauce,
Celery Salt, alio , Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM fe CO.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Snus, Ammunition, Flailing Tackle
and Mane-Ball fJoods.
WHOLESALB AND RETAIL.
834 Main Street, Memphii, Teuni
Manufacturing and Repairing oi Son!
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
21$ Main St., Memphis, Teni
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
TUBE PAINTS, CASTAS, Etc.
O H I
U a e
ON N H
A AD" u
e i ;
Removed to 308 Front
Between Monroe and Madison, Nearly
J. li, SCHMIDT
importer! and dealer! In OnaiB, Ammn
nil Ion and Vlshlma; Taekle,' Bulldera'
Hardware, Heel r IK Bella and As
nnnelalora (or Hotel! and Hesldenoei.Saa
Main street, Memphis, Teaa. JCIactrle
in pplisi alwayi on band. Bapair'n neatly
wa coHlilty recoeawena
rnurU at th.best r.mly
nown to us an Goaorrliuea
We have aold coniMr
IMs. .nd In rry cut il
sat givra Muttactlcs.
Alratt A IJak.
't TO niva l
QM-DtMl ..I 1.1
Urt eel by lie '
l' t Itim Chiolctl Sg.
Hudioa. N. Y
SHEA & McCAKTUY.rropr's,
140, U2, 144 Front, Memphis.
ONI 01 TBI LAROKST boilir shops
in the Sonth, and the only complete
Boiler and Bbeet-Iron Wurhi In the city'.
Maunlaetnrera of heavy plate Iron
war of every description. Special
attartlna lv. Blawtsrton work
lmnlM .nil TIakIa. Ill
Sana, Fishing Tackle and Sport,
mea'a Supplies, aw Bpeolal attention
given to MANUIACIURINS and Ri
4ia MsUn SIM rtfeimililw. Tenn
J. 11 A CON & CO.
CO ALAND WOOD
lf IlEATiE 6TBEKT. ,
earithe Corner of Dvioto, ilemi bis, Ienn
WM. 1. CltBK. E. J. VAKKIXGTOX.
MECHANICS SAVINGS Ml
So. 7 MAUISOX STJBEET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : : : $100,000
WM. KATZENBERGER, President. 1. KATZEXBERGER, Cashier.
1STEREST ALLOWED OX DEPOSIT S. FROM SI I P.
i o thg Trade aari Smokers
GRID REPUBLIC COK
Hava attained, hai induced unprincipled manufacturers to place on tbe market a bate
imitation. We hereby caution tbe public that all (lenuine Cisarroi wil! bear a. KED teal'
on each box, and our Factory Number, itOU, 8d Dislrlel, N. .
The only all long Havana filler cigar on the market for 9 centa.
oxio. x. IjZxis ea go..
Factory SOU, 3d District, JV. Y.
I00N & JOYIIEK, Wholesale Agents,
"TOE STANDARD OF THE WOULD."
PARLOlt AND CHAPEL STYLES, 825.00 AND UPWARD,
swTERMS Caih, or any Monthly Installment!. Write lor Illustrated Catalona."al '
SOLE AOEHrS FOR THE SOUTHWEST,
3NTo. 8QO ZaXnlzx Bt., 3VCezia.ipla.laB. Tasnn.
Mm. in Vailan Street, Nasbvllle. No. IIOO Olive Street, St. lVoaUjg
B. WITZ1M AKTMi Co.
' Wholesale Dealers and Publishers,
Sole Agent! for the following First-CIasi InstruxenU;
STEINWAY and IvHSTA.I3E
PIANOS Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
OKGANS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
3-A NEW 7-OCTAVE PIANO FOR 8190. -Kit
Write for Catalogue'. ISof. 221 and SS.'t Second Street, Memphis.
i. t r Dirrivivn a Vli lai MKlltl-
1,000 bass Sew Cror (Measoa iSSd), Itio t'ollee.
S.000 Kegs Iron mid Me-1 JKails-best brands.
1,000 barrels ICelined Sugar-all jtrades.
100 barrels eiv C'ron (reason 1SS6), Klee.
1,500 pkn. Leal and Uellned lurd.
150 lierces auvassed Mains.
lOO boxes Hrenklast, Itaeon.
1,000 bans Shot, Powder and Caps,
la OOO boxes Canned dloods. Nardine", Oysters, Etc.
1,000 bxs. inre New Cream Cheese fcllvcr Mtion Itrand.
1,000 bags hand-picked Virginia and Tennessee Pcaunts.
Mannfacliirers or the celebrated brands of SIL
VER MOOM aud MUM 111 1 Pure Stick Candy, aud Ilaklngr
Importers or Foreign Fruits, lemons, Oranges,
Raisins, Nuts, Etc.
Nos. 21 and 2S6 Main Street, t Memphis, Tenn.
Mil lata Market,
S09 MAIN STREET,
Boots and Shoes
261 MAPiT ST.
OUR STOCK OP HOOTS AND SHOES FOR FALL AND WISTHR WEAR 13 MORE
comple e than ever, comprUin not only the belt and Bnest but also lull line! of me
dium, durable and itrliah goods, which we offer at low figures.
. T THS IKtDlb we offer special Inducementi. Carryinr mo.t M onr goods in
BOtlD SIiKS, wears prepared to fill order! lor ipecla! mil at 0 XKA COol, thui
enabling iMerchanti to fill in without being compelled to buy good! not needed.
AKenla for the Celrbrntril W. t. Uonarlas 3 Man's Calf Shoes and 83
Hoys' shoes la all styles.'
t-IUA'STRATED CATALOGUE AND PRICK LIST MAILED FREE.Tta
F. MEYEK, Kec'y and rreaa.
r. G. JOXES.
prices are intu actory to
Calf Boots, Krippondorf.
e goods ennnot be lurnassed ho
Ull'IIIU ts A- i it HA Y.
with a foil assort.
i 1 MEMPHIS, TEITN.