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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEVL SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. 188G.
RiliEOAD TOE TABLE.
JjOiiaYll le.Vw Orleam aa Tr la It'i
JslMSIftSIPPI VAL1.KY ROUTE,
ud attar Mar 1. 18W, paaeenirer traint on
this mat will m as muowai
bo a ib.
u..phii a ?! SIS'
.C 110 :A3 d.diI 4:11 km
.D . lri .m 1:13 a.m
: a.Bmisjo p.m
F 6:1 a. nil 8-..15 D.m
((.... 6:14 a.m T:M p.m
A With U lines entering Memphis.
B-With M. IN. W. R. R. lor Ilolena.
C for Greenville and Uuntington, .nil all
Arkanaas points. ..
P-With V. M. and V., 8. P. Rallreeda.
fi-Wito N., J. kO.Vi.lL Ivt Nalohei and
J Tor Poinu on the Branch,
ft With atoiman tor Baron Sara.
H With railroads diveraiug lor Florida.
Teias and t'nmtlpolnli.
JAS. M. KPWAUI'S, V. P. and Q. M
lealeetppl and Tmmm.-Train,
nor. at fnllowii NewOrleane nail arrival
dally at a.m. learee aany at o :uu p.m
lwiMrlHwaan(l Mlaalaalnpl n
ley Train, mora a. follow. I Fast ln
I aires at 10:00 a.m. : tit. Looli -fait Una
eaTea at 6:30 p.m. i Faat Una arrjYei at 1 :30
p.m. I fit. I.ooii faat Un arrives A I) illfi a. m.
LoalTllle aa4 aiaanrllre Train.
Bieveae follow. t Kat mail arrives daily at
6:Ka.m.: leaves auu:u P.naJ man ware,
daily at 10:10 a.m.i arrives, at 4:00 p.m.
Brownsville aooommodetioaa leaves daily'
except Bonder, at 6:00 p.m, ?. arrives dully,
exeept Bandar, at 11:60 a.m. (standard time).
ajeaepnl and Lima Ko-at. Train,
nan u follows (iMntml atandard time):
No. 1 laaya. dally at . ii20' p.m.i arriraa at
V :66 p.m. No. 8 learee at 5:55 a.m. t arriraa
at 8 :60 a.m. No.64froight) leaves Ilopefield
dally (axoapt oanaVf) at 6:00: a.m. I arrival
enlf Mania (Kaaaaa 'lr, RprlDf
fleld and Hesnphl) Train, leave M. and
T. dapot aa follow! ! No. 4, Kansas City ei-
City aipraaa, arriraa
inrest. arrives at ami p.m. no. ,
Kama. City mail, leave at6:00 p.m. I No.ll,
I Ulty man, leave ao:twp.m. i
I City mall, arriraa at 8:45 a.d
Kansas C tr mall, arrives at :V a.m. no.
9. HI. Lnnta and Chloaco einreil. leaval a
:00 p.m.) Na. 1
d.1 Na. 1, Ht. Louis and Cblcaaoeg-
press, arrives at it a.m. la anaoi oaoaay
April I". imtn,
Hemithla aad Charteatan Trains
mora a. follow. i Through axprai. laaraa
dally at 10 :40 p.m. Mail and axpraai leaves
dally at 10:00 a.m. Bouierville acoommode
tion leare. dally, axoapt Sunday, at 5:
a.m. Throu.h aipraaa arriraa daily at 5:26
a.m. Mail and express arrives daily at 1C:00
p.m. bomervillo aooommodatioa arrival
daily, axoapt Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
amaniN, viriliinanam ana
lleHollr bVinu-a Route Train, mora aa
follow! I No. 1 laavea Memphis daily at 8:46
r m. t arrival at Uoiiy
No. 1 laaraa Holly H
arrival at Uolly rlprinxi at 6:68 p.m. t
I laavai Holly Hprings daily at 9:00
a m.. arrival at Mempnls at 11:10 a.m.! no,
6 laavai Mamphla dally at 7:15 p.m., arrival
at Uolly Springs at 11:45 p.m.i No. 6 laara.
II oily Sprint, daily at 2:15 a.m., arrival at
phis at II il5 a.m. I No.
For ilittittivvi and Louitiana: Load
mini; nearly iUttionary temperature;
For Texan: Local raini, fotloHtd by
fair weather; no decided change inttmjter
ature; wuhcrly windi, becoming variable.
For Arkamas: Local raint; tlighlly
variable winds, generally thifling to weit
trly. For Tennetut and Kentucky: Local
raini; tlightly cooler; variable windi;
The river$ will remain nearly tlationary.
,Manrn, Ta., Baptomber II
Maximnm temperature, 88. 0.
Minimum temperature, 68 0.
done, 10 a.m., 2.
la the ajotiaa Haaioa.
Biqwal Biarioa, U. S.Armt,
September 11, 1880-5 p.m.
Division of telegramg and report (or
tha benefit oi oommeroe and agricul
ture. Cotton rexton bulletin for the
twenty-four hours ending September
inn, at o t-aiooK
miiPHia DM S o S g K
nuct. S ? 5 S ? B- E
? B ? B F
Memphis HH 68 .00
Kaahvllle 87 06 .-
Grand Junction... 8!) 67 .50
Corinth 02 67 .00
Toscumbia 02 60 .00
Decatur 1)1 60 .00
Saottaboro 02 63 .00
Hernando.. ........ 02 61 .00
2;taville.. ,. .01 3 .00
Grenada. I M
OaTinnton..- 9 08 .33
Dyeroburg 81 Ct .'.18
Arlington 04 C7
Bfownsvlllo 1U (17 .04
Milan 01 60 .00
Paris.- 81 60 .IK)
Bolivar 00 68 ,00
Holly Bprlngs 01 61 .00
Oilord 01 69 .00
" Bums 1708 1212 .09
Means 00 0 65 .05
T : n w
wsraicw.. Hi g- J.
? ' I P ' P
Wilmington ....... 01 70 .01
Charleston 80 60 .05
Augusta 02 68
Savannah 88 71 .61
Atlanta, 01 67 .01
Montgomery 02 70 .
Mobile 03 68 .00
Hew Orleans, 00 72 .14
Galveston H 02 72 .10
Visksbnrt;.... 9 72 .
Little Rock 04 08 .10
Memphis 00 65 .05
'Bums 1083 832 1.07
Menus 91 0 09 0 .C9
TbeTobopttati should draw crowds
this a'ternoon and night.
Mr. Huiih L. Brinkley is an
nouDced as a candidate for the Btate
The City Counclllrled to hold
meeting yesterday, but couldn't get
Snit for divorce wis riled la the
Circuit Court yetterday by Carrie
against Dock Cooper, colored.
MansBfr Grav sais he bas every
body he wants at the Theater now,
players and em ploy es, except a janitor,
Fanny Cannon and husband keep
the clubbouss at Montuomery i sm
Fanny is a favorite with club mem
Licens to mary were Isaned yes
tarda? to K. J. 1'tetc.At and J. B. Jn
kin, Luke MoUnlly and Ol arlotte Jtf
ferson, Win. uooker aud Maggie jao'
Mrs. II. E. Piauo snd children re
tnrned this morning over the Kans i
dtvrond. af er sutndine four month
in the Eart and on the bauks cf the
The Citns Straet Railroad Com
jany comuienced ytfUerda afurnooa
to run their red line of cars down on
Hhelby ttrect, as far as Vanco. Tbey
iu now run regularly, and, as last as
paving is completed, extend tneir
All persons bsllevinir a Good
Templars' Lodge calculated to extend
the blesalngs of sobriety, are Invited
to De present and unite Willi anu oe
come charter members of Mvoiphis
Lodge, Monday nipht next, Septem
ber 13tb, at the Triddy House.
In the Circuit Court a calendar of
non-jury cases bis been sot lor the
first six days of Ihe repember term
and pested on the bul'eun board, At
torneys are requested to lile their
doclarations and pleadings as soon as
possible, the docket being ready.
Capt. Carnes' crack trotter O. F. C.
had a big day yesterday. He won ihe
live year old race and Ihe freo for all
at Murfreesboro in flue stylo. John
Morrow telegraphed Capt. Came",
congratulntiug him cn the victory and
on the splendid work of his driver,
Francii, a socialistic romance by
M. DalVero; Otlilte, by Vernon Lse,
both new and in cheap form; also a
new stock of The Late tin. A'ull, by
Frank Stockton and Balatnmbo. Mans
ion's has all the late publications of
any note aa soon as issued. Open
until 1 o'clock today.
The Shelby County Teachers'
Reading Circle will meet at the offlc
of the County Superintendent the last
Saturday in September to reoranizs
and prepare work for the ensuing
year. All the members, and those
who wiah to join, are earnestly re
quested to attend.
-Mr. Jo?. Uhl, ex-Clerk of. the Cir
cuit Court, was busy yesterday turn
ing over to his successor $10,000 of
shinplasters, Issued by the Missifsippi
and Tenneesee railroad during the
war. They were all of small denom
inations, and the stacks covered the
top of a big desk. He found them in
the cilice when heentereditand don't
know where they belong, though the
ownership is aid to be involved in a
Bult already decided by the Supreme
The Merchants' Zouaves are pro
gressing nicely. Their guns arrived
yeBtorday and they a ill sson begin
drilling twice a week. NextTuosday
tbey will have their first drill with the
new guns. They have also decided to
order part of tueir fatigue unlforme,
and will appear in them in alnut two
weeks. Adjutant General Cantroll
has given the company all the assist
ance possible and encouraged them in
their work. The financial n'siatauce
from the merchants will be sought so
that tbey may order their dress
uniforms by the first of Novembor.
CneU 0 'isand dollars will b necessary.
There will be a supper given by
the citisens of Red Banks, Miss., on
the evening of the 10th instant, for
the purpose of securing aid to build a
Presbyterian church at that place. Ar
rangements have been made with the
Memphis, Birmingham and Atlantic
railroad to carry passengers on their
trains from Memphis at $1 25 for the
ronnd trip and half fare from all in
termediate pointa. A special train
will also run from Holly Springs and
return to accommodate all who may
wish to attend; round trip, 50 conta.
Every one is invited to be piesent A
good supper and a pleasant time is
Miss IIiobm has returned.
Mjsj NaNNii Parks returned home
yesterday from Eureka Springs.
John Martin, wife and child, of
Taiis, Tex., are shopping at the Gay
Mrs. A. K. Sloan his returned from
(he East, where she socurod her fall
stock of millinery.
Miss Bittib 0. Yancey will resume
her school Wednesday, September
15th, at Ho. 512 Main street.
J, N. Mclforo returned from the
East yesterday. New and elegant
goods are following him closely.
Mrs. Fannie Katsbmbbrqicr, ac
companied by her daughter. Mrs. L
Llpman, has returned from Waukesha
Mips Hiodbb will receive business
calls at the tchool on Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday from 0 o'clock till
12. JeeRamine si root entrance.
Col. II. M. Nkki.y and Lis charm
ing bride returned today from an ex
tended bridal trip, and have taken
rooms at tbo Uayosi for the winter.
Mrs. B. G. IIiix, accompanied by
he.rcunrm.nK little danijliU'r JOtsle find
MiBI Mittio KxhuK'iid, have rotumt-d
to the citv alter an absence of two
Ar a rneollror nf thfl directors of tho
Security Bunk Ool. lt. Dudley Iraysor
was vestordnv elf cted pie'ulfnt to 11 I
tho vacancy causodjby tho death of Col
O. O. Graham.
Invitation canls are nut for the
wedinrg oi nusiuusste MioerDerg anu
Mr. Ike Kullinan, at the) residence ot
Mr. Silborberg, No. 34 Main street, on
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock, the 19;h
Cards are out announclrg the mar
riage of Misb Mlnnio Schwarzenburg
and Mr. E, May, Sunday evening,
Septembor :6th, at 7 o'clock, at the
ball of ihe Young Men's Christian Ae
Bcciatiou. A la rob number ot people are
traveling now. Those whose bnsinesj
leads them to toe vicinitv oi tue i ea-
boilv Hotel are made aware of this
fact by the iinueneo numbar who stop
at this popular resort.
II, M. Nekly and his charming
bride have returned from Manitou
Springs and occupy rooms at the Gay
oao iioiei. mngratuiauona irom meir
hosts of friends poured in noon them
yesterday evening, all of them vicing
with each other iu extending a cordial
J. 0'NBiLL,businessmanaEerof 3. B.
Doris's great show, which appears
here on October 9th, wes in the city
veaterdav. and hi mntnm at once pro
ceeded to paint the town red. The
show is one of the best on tbe road,
and it doea not euflar any by having
Mr. O Weill in advance. He la not a
strangsr in tbe city aud there ate few
cleveter men on the road.
Fine Watch repairing at Mulford'S
Orders Tor Hacks
at J. II. Manor's s'ables. one block
from Luehrmann's. will receive
prompt attention. Telephone 820.
NoIldMlUrwHre tat Mnlford'i
DyeluK Hint C leaning.
Ladies and gfltits' clothea cleaned
or dvd in anv co'or. also kid aloves,
rstrlih i atlirrs end la?e curtains by
Lou s R kel, 68 J Oerum street, Mem'
phis, Tenn. U odi received by express
SIoiKPuraiu Ivttiia-lew Mill lord
ADVICE TO BI4I1 II IE HS.
Mh. Wiaaum'r Soutiiino Svaue ahoulJ
alwnya la urni fir chtlilmn teatbinir. It
aouinc- ion riiini, niiiicnii ma .uma. ,,n,a
all "in, carca winit mil,. , and 1. tit bt
Misady 1T Uur.'Ueai ro a bvtlia.
HASEHALjL m otes.
A few weeks ago Joe White went to
Fort Smith, Ark., with a scrub nine
and lost a couple of games, where
upon tbe entire State began ta crow,
and every station on tbe return ronte
was crowded wita lbs tiatives wco
cmo out to guy the vanquished Ten
nesseans. Joe swore revenge, and
mben next he got a requist from the
Fort Smith nang-ir to fcring a team
down there he wired ba?k: "Will
bring a strong team." TueArkanfoa
man responded: "None but strrng
team will do: bring the Browfl?.
This Is what Joe wanted off and hs
tarted lor Fort Smith with B!ak,
uranam, rneian, rusBciuacn, mc
Horley, Merritt (late umpire), Lynch,
Brady and 'Ash. The bovs had their
pockets full cf money, and wh'ja tbey
arrived at their destination foi.d tlie
Arkamans ready to accommodate
them. Mcfiorley alone put up about
$200 on the firjt game. Bob Blaik
cooped In the price of flity kegs of
beer, for the new salor-n. Unfoitu
nntely fr the) peckets of the Browns
they didn't have enough money to
go round tbe first day, and after that
thero wes no more betting. Tbe
Arkansts men had suddenly reformed.
Tho first game wai won by Mem
phis by a score of 11 to 4. MiSuley
pitohed, FuHsslbaoh caught, Graham
covered first, Pfce'an stcond, Merritt
third, B'ack shortstop, Ash right field,
Lynch left field, Brady center fiold.
McSnlny. Fueselbach, Meriitt snd
Brady failed to make a hit Pbolan
made two, including a heme run.
Memphis made eight errors and Fort
Smith fifteen The attendance was
about 1200. The second day the a'
tendance was great y diminished.
Momphiswon. Score, 12 to 0. Pota
tions were same as on first day. The
third day Bob Black went in to p'tch,
and then tbe Memphis nine Bhowed
tbeir country brothers what tbey
could do, shutting them out by a score
of 12 to 0. Before leaving Fort Smith
the manager of the lecal nineadmitted
to Joe White that he hud brought a
strong enoush team. On tbe wav
home the stations were descr ed Rod
there was no guying of tbe defeated
Black, Fasse'baoh, Graham, McSor
ley and Phelannlll probably finish
the teas in at Hot Springs.
t'Mcnico, 11 Uetrolt, 4.
Chicago, III, September 11. The
Chicagos pounded the life nut of Bald
win and ran buses like deer. Tbey
fielded splendidly and won right of
the reel. The visitors could not hit
Clarkson a littlo bit and their fielding
was rank. Ttiey were outplayed ac
every point. Score:
Chicago... 4 0 0 0 1 3 0 6 -14
Dotroit. 1 0012000 a 4
Waahlnatou, 4, pbllndi thla, 8.
Washington, September 11. The
WsshingtoDS defeated the Phlllks to
day in a very exciting and interesting
game, which was won in the eighth
Philadelphia 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 03
Washington 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 1
Knnana Cllj, 0; Ht. Louis, 8.
Kansas City, Mo.. September 11.
rue Maroons played very badly today,
aad it was only through errors on the
part of the home team that they made
a run. The Uowboys outplayed them
at all points. The gme was called at
eigntu inning ou account of darkness.
Kansas City 2 0 0 4 3 0 00
Sr. Lotiis 0 3 0 0 0 0 0-3
Now fork, IO( Boatoo, 8.
New York, September 11. About
3000 people saw tbe game at the Folo
Grounds today between tbe New
York snd Boston teams. The New
Yorkers batted Radbourne all ovor
the field and won easily. Conner's
torriflo batting was the feature of the
Boston 0 0021000 0-8
New York 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 8 -10
AMEBIC AN Atl.IOVIA.TION,
Athlftf lea, li I'lllabura. 10.
Philadelphia, Pa.. September 11.
The l'ittsburgers fielding today was
fbout the worst ever seen here. Both
Atkinson and Galvin were hit hard,
but the lsttor'a miserable support per
mitted the Athletics to iuu up sixteen
unearned runs. The feature cf the
game was Mann's batting, which was
teriiflc. With the exception of a diili
cuU running catch by Brown, the
fielding was uniformly bad. Score:
AthloticF 0 3 0 7 4 4 0 0 0-18
Pittsburg 0 3 2 3 0 0 2 0 0-10
M. I.onla, (It Ilroclilvrl, 4.
Nfw York, September 11.' Tho St.
Louis club defeated the Ilronk'n team
at Washington Park, Brooklyn, today.
AbDut 0500 peisnis vveto present.
I'mplra Walsh was loudly hlocd. Tito
Weatern boys plaved flue!-
Brookbrs 0 0004000 04
S?. Louis...., 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0-0
Dnllluiorra, H; l.niilHvllle, O.
Baltimohk. Md.. Septembor 11.
The Louisville played lietleBsly in the
lirst part 01 today s game, and tne
home toam obtainei a lead which the
viators were unablo to overcome.
Baltimore 0 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 08
Louisville 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 05
MolropolllHiia, K; ( laclnaall, 8.
New York. September 11. About
people saw the game on Staten Island
today Dotween ma Ainuropoiuan and
Cincinnati clubs. The home team
played fairly and won the game.
Pechiney pitched for three innings,
but so wildly that Mullane was put in
his place. The latter was batted all
over the Hold.
Cincinnati 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 03
Metropolitan 0 0 3 0 4 0 0 1 08
Cincinnati has signed Lefty Marr
for next season.
vThb following is the nine that played
at Fortemtth undor the name 01 Mem'
phis Browns: Urahani, 1st b. ; McStir
loy,p. ; Black.s. s. -.Fnsselbach, c,'; The
lau, 2d b. J Merritt, 3d b.; Lynch, 1. f. j
Asb, r. f. ; Brailv, c. f. Eleven base
hits were made off McSorloy and
eight off the opposing pitcher, but
Memphis won by bunching bits in the
f urtli inning, making sven runs, one
oi them a homo run by s.ack.
Tub second game of baseball Wed
nesday between the Memphis Browns
and the Fort 8mith Athletics resulted
In a vlctjry for Mem v his by a scorn of
12 ton. Both clubs batted hard. The
Fort Smith pitcher, being still crip
pled, was unable to pitch. Black, of
Memphis, got in the only home tun.
fomevery tine playing wai dons by
McSorley and Fueselbach for Mem
phis, and Kberle and Bridendolph f or
NAsnviLLB Dn'oii.- Bakot's smile hs
caught all Rochester, and he is now
the lion of the town. Ia his II rot
gamn against the Ulicas, tho leaders
in tbe race for the International.
Longue pennant, ho is ctedited with
one run, one hit a double two put
outs, fourteen assets and aix errms.
lib was much handicapped in bis
work by the ball nssd, whii b Is aumall
er, but heavier one than that lined ii:
the Southern League The following
paragraph from the Rochester Uitatd
shows how quickly he bas jumped
into popular favor: "A large nunibsr
of baseball enthusiasts want Manager
Bancroft to put Bakei in tbe box
again tomorrow. It is to be hoped
that he will do sV
Order "Ma i f oral n arte Medals.
IlalMSrlla Rabbrr Mlnmpa, SIO 9d at
Mulford, Jeweler. 5W4 Sliiln,
Ilcits orders from the country.
New Obleans. September 11. Night
Departed: Annie P. Silver, St.Louis.
OAiBO-Sntamher 11. Nitrbt River
7 (eel 4 Inches on the gangeand falling.
Weather cloudy and mild. No arrivals
Pincikiiati. Sn'umlipr 10. N Jght
River 4 feet 0 inches on the gauge and
falling. Weather cloudy and cool.
LocisvriXB. September 10. Night-
River falling, with 3 feet T inches in
the canal and 1 foot 5 inches on the
fallrt. Business fair. Weather clear
Wo Fall iu Line for the
First Fall Month.
THE SUMMER HAS ENDED.
Some Seasonable Sugges
tions for Memphis
Tlie Summer, according to the
Almanao. his ended, and it is time
now to think ot something else than
how to escape the summer heat.
Fall, with its change of oliuiate and
change of clothing, is coming.
For the ohange of clothing whioh
is now neoessary, the Misfit Clothing
Parlors, No. 262 Second street, has
lone 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 evor to offer
great bargains to our customers.
Our field has boon extended and we
will be able to offer larger assort'
aients 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 ooat or a pair of pants
may be neoessary to piece out your
fall attire. Well, we have prepared
for just suoh emergencies. We have
New Fall Nulla,
llaadtonae Dreaa Sulla,
. Wood Every Day Bulla,
Coats and Veal a,
A Fine Line of Pants
raala for Dreaa or Work.
All our Clothing is offered at
prioes whioh do not represent the
actual first oost ot the goods. By
buvine from us you get tho finest
Clothing in tho world for much less
than its aotual valao.
262 Second Street
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Teun.
r Botnember, all aJloratloni to Insure a
perleet Ht, done frea ot oUorgo by a nrit-
roil $1 1 23
Tan can bny efn pair or Men's
BtitclMtowa Bnchla or Tla "Uoea
bat coat jou rlerwnera at 70.
run p oo
You can bny a pair of Men's Wal
ter. Lace llaM ar llnlton Bhora,
rnii atnrk caintklu, aeamleaa
viamn olid aole leather ana
ronater, evary pair aarraaim,
..k -a tonal as 7a to aa
Ton can bay ef na a pair of La.
dlea' Kid Button Bhoea Ibat yon
caanot anballlnla claeahera for
FOU $1 73
We offer yon By'ood,Slrone;,
Neat Bnllon Nboea, anrb aa yon
aever boucbt before for leaa than
a as an S3 80, tbe alaee rnaalai
rrona 11 to 9.
We otri-r yon Ladlea' Pebbled oat
llnlton Hhoea, fully worth SH 79.
aa-Chlldren'e and Miaee' School Bhoei
hearer Than Evor, or Anywhere EUe,
Call and Convince Vourselvca. ,
ZEI.LI.'ER & CO.
A MONTH, errii
,m atlirl.a In Hi" i ' ' . I t.iniplr IT. a
JAJ1ES . BELL, President,
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nob. 1290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENK
MANUFACTURERS AIJD JOBBERS
tar SPECIAL PRICES k Railroad
JAMES H. CIOODBAR.
TSo. 319 M4IX
V-Onr Fall and Winter Stock of BOOT AID HIIOKS-tbe largest In thii market, and
u now complete, ana we inTiie iae mercnant.
onse here, and rerhaDI mora than anv hoaFfl
the trade. We atill carry a large line of ajajnTO!! -MADE UOOia.S. innludinir the aelebratad Ueo. Hooker CaU Boots. Kriurendori-
Dittman s Co. a Ladiei Kid, float and Call,
ny hmi'g. fllve m rail .
Deviled Crab, Rbrlnap,
Saluton, Freab Can Mackerel,
Brooh Tront, Oyatero,
Mackerel in Tomato Catanp,
Sweet BtnOed Pickle.
Hon r Pick lea by tbeaal.and Injnr,
Pickled Onion, Hot Reliah,
Wooater Sance, Tomato Catanp,
Caper, Maalard, Cnrry Powder,
Hnlad Dreaalna, Olive. OIIe Oil,
Cream Cbeeae, Celery Sance,
Celery Salt, tic. Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
9anB, AmranoItioD, Fishing; Tacklf
and uase-uaii uooaa.
WnOLKRALB AND RETAIL.
93a Main Street. Memitbl. Tenni
Uanufaotarlng and Repairing oi Sum a
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
2 IS Main St Memphis, Teni
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
TUBE PAISTS, CA5TAS, Etc.
S).-r - ai
JN N II
m G 0
B 2 I
Removed to 308 Frcr
Bettveen Monro and MaJiscn, o.,r:y
12 iPUHIJIT .?, ROM
rmnorten and dealeri In Onn,Animn-
nlllon and llalilna; Taekle, uaiiner-
Hardware, hleelrle Men wn
nanelatorafor Hotels and K8idenMi,840
Main atreet, Henipht, Faaa. Kleotrie
inprlies always oa hand. RpairB neatlf
lone. , f
SUEA McCABTHT, Propr'a,
110, 11-', HI Front, Memphis.
ONI 0TTHI LAK8EBT BOII.IB8H0P6
la the Soath, and the onlj ooioi' N
Boiler and Beeet-Iroi Works In thaeitr.
MMnnrnetnrera of ueavy piaae
work of every damerlptlon. Bpeola
attention o wtwt.tlnn work.
ImiMiriAV anil TWl.r la
Dona, riablnc Tackle and B porta
men Snppllea. aa- Special attention
given to MANUFACTURING aad n
413 fln NUWinth.Tnn
nPHII BOI'TIIKRN EXPRESS CO. will ee
. I M.at a J I ... A IV.. .f ArnrM. rnlstri
a m- uu'a auu iui naivii 1 1 no ui ninia"" -
butinns f.rUie relief of the aufforera by the
Earthquake at Charleiton, South Carolina
Suieruittdont Southern Kxpresa Co.
at ..u:. v u . o lujtf
.no,,, iu ,ry ji pun., o, in
Koch's Pat. Store
NIIEI.V1KH l,Im.thl. tn meet anrnead
orbusmesa Itis oheapcrthan old style, l.an
he int up br any one. I'oeqnaleal lor
1'aalry wiillliiiik Mirlvra. Auuroa.
. iUH il A. It. ( Mir,,
aai am Nr.. iiorii. 11 1.., or,
ano levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Barnes?. -3
WM. L. CLSBU, E. J. CAKKI.VGTOX.
WH O laTl 3.XaZ9
r3 C& r3
Timing memuoia 10 call and examine tue aame. TSelaol mat we aeu more tnan any oilier
aoo'h ot the Ohio river. 1. .ffiiMnt ATirf.nrit
baaidea a large variety of other makea. Our
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
Ko. 7 MADISO.V STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : : : $100,000
WM. KATZEJiBERGEB, President. I. KATZENI5ERGER. Cashier.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. FROM $1 VP.
8 Truis u
Have attained, baa iqiluoed unprincipled manufacturers to place on the market a base
imitation. We hereby caution the public that all Genuine Citnrroa will bear A KEt teal
on each box, and our Factory Number, UOO, Sd Itmtrlct, 9i. T,
Ihe only all long Havana filler oigar on tbe market for S cents.
MOON k J0YI1ER,
"THE STANDARD OF THE WORLD."
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STYLES, $25.00 AND UPWARD.
arTERMS Cash, or easy Monthly Installments. Write for Illustrated Catalao.-aa
SOLE lOSlirS FOR
Xffo. BOO TVIaIxx at.,
IU rjaloa Street, NnabTllle.
Sole Agents for the following
PI1NOS-Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
Clough &. Warren, and Smith American.
09-A NEW 7-OCTAVK
Write for Citalogue?. ATo. 231 and
.11 vr HtlllVIVU
1,000 lai; ntv Crop (Season 1SSB), Klo C oflec.
,000 keen Iron and te"I A'ails-best. brands.
1,000 barrels ICelhred SiiRar-all Rrdcj.
lOO burn N Kcw CJron (reason 1SJO), liiee.
1,500 pkRw. l.enl and Refined Iard.
150 itereeH anvassed llaiiin.
lOO boxes UrexklMNi Jlaeon.
l.OOO biiRH thoi, Powder and Caps.
Ii OOO bxes Canned Hood, Nardlne", Oysters, Ete.
l.OOO bxs. pure New Cream Cheese Oliver Moon ISraiid.
1,000 bag liand-pleked Virginia and Tennessee Peanuts.
w n .1 h.an.l. nf KIT...
mil iiiiiaciiirrr'" ui t.i ... ... ... ... - -
VER MOON and JliaSMl'lII Pure Stick Candy, aud Hakinff
importers oi l oreign a runs, t,riuwus, viauBv,
Nos. 284 and 2S6 Main
S09 MAIN STREET,
Hoots and -.Shoes
S3X TJk.XN ST.
cTnrK nv Hn(VIN AND SIIOKS FOR FALL ANDWINTER WEAR IS MORE
0e"l. .Vn .T2 .1 lull lino, of me-
dinra, durable and stylish goods, whioh we offer at low figures.
TO Til K TRtllK w. offer aneolal Inducements. Carryin. rno-t M oor goods n
SOLID 8I.KS. we are .reiared to fill ordera lor special siis at M) tTKK tOoI. thm
nabling Merclianta to fill in without being compelled to buy goods not needed.
ADIjBR ES2.0- cSs OO.
A groin for Ihe relebriitwl W. a, nonIn JIn' Calf Shoe and 83
Mo,' Shoe la all aiyle.'
ME YE If, Pec'y and rreas.
F. G. JONES.
one of the largest to be found tn anymarket
th.t nnr vnoHa and nrirea are .Atia.antnrv tn
ricea are aatia.aetorv ta
alt Boots, Kriupeodorl.
Kaa tern maHe good cannot he surpassed by
GEO. 3E. IjIISS tSo CO.,
Factory 300, 3d Ulstrlct, IV, Y.
Bio. IIOO Olive Street, Na. IoaCC
PIANO FOR !90.Tra
223 Second Street, Memphis..
AND iX SIO HE,
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Street, : Memphis, Tcnn.
wllk a fall aer
i i MEMPHIS, TEiyif.
AND PRICE LIST MAILED FREE."K