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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 188?.
SilLEOAD TI1E TABLE.
Lw.tuTilie.Vw Orteant ted Texas R'j
MISSISSIPPI VA1.L.KT KOI I E.
arts- star i, Km, paiienaer traini oa
thil road will ran lollown
bomb.
Morth.
Miphlf-..A
Lai.. .,B
Llod....... .C...
V ioaiburt. D...
Harrison -I,.,-,,- --
Ethel... y
Baton tUnra. (1
4 :.) p.m
A:H p.m
10:03 p.m
l:o a.m
2:44 ..a
6:'J6 a.m
(1:14 fc.m
8:M a.m
T:21 a.m
i-Af! a.m
1:13 a.u
11:16 p.m
8:. p.m
7:M p.m
6i00 p.m
Hew Orleani.....!!
V:) a.m
CONNECTIONS,
A With all Unci entering Memrbli.
B-yilh M. 1N.W.R. R. lor ii.l.na.
0 for Greenville and Huntington, and all
Arkamaa pointi.
g With V. A M. and V., S. P. Rallroadi.
E-With N., J. A 0. R. K. for Watcbee and
Jaokion.
F For Pointa on th. Branch.
O With iteameri lor Bayou Sara.
Jl With railroadi diverting tor Florida.
Texai and Cnaitlnolnti.
J AS. M. KDWA RDB, V. P. and Q. M.
A. J. KNAPP.O. P. A.
Mlmtlaalnpl and Tennessee. Traini
mora ai toilowi: New Orleani nail arrival
daily it 9:25 a.m.) leavei daily at 5:00 p.m.
Newnort News aud HaslNslptil Val
ley. Train, mora aa toilowi: Fait ina
letvei at 10:00 a.m I bt. Lonli fait lira
1. arM at 5:30 p.m.: Fait Una arrival at 1:J0
p.m.! fit. Looli fait lina arrival at ; a.m.
LanlsTllle and Hash vllle Traini
bat aa follow! i Fait mail arrival daily at
5:lfa.m.: leavat at 10:111 p.m.: mail laavai
dally at 10:10 a.m.t arrival at t:O0 p.m.
jttrownivllle aoootnmodatiora laavai daily'
sxnept Kanday, at 5:00 p.m.: arrival daily,
inept Sundav, at S:50 a.m. (itandardtlma).
Memphis and I.lille Kork. Traini
tnova aa followi (central itandard time):
tlo. 1 laavai daily at 4:20' p.m.! arrival at
9 :V p.m. No. S laavai at 5:M a.m. ; arrival
at 8 M a.u. No. 6 (freight) leavei llopefleld
dally (exoapt Sunday) at o:00. a.m.) arrival
at 7:10 p.m.
nir Ronta-(Knnsna Vlty, Nprlca:-
fililaind Memphis) Tralni loava M. and
T.dapot aa followi: No. a, Knmai City ex
preii, leavei at 10:45 a.m. I No. 3. Kama!
City expreii, arrival at p.m. No. 2,
Kanfai City mall, laavaa atfl:0(l p.m. ; No.ll,
Kanrsi City mail, arrival at arts a.m. No.
2, tit. Louii and Chins n eira"i. leavei at
: l p.m. I No. 1, Bt. Lmaw ami ChiceKOei
pren, arrival at 11:45 a.m. la ellect Sunday,
April 18, im.
Memphis and ('hHrleslon Tralui
move ai followi: Through expren laavaa
dally at 10:40 p.m. Kail and eipreil leavei
daily at 10:00 a m. Somerville enoominoila
tion leavei dally, axoept Hunday, at 6:30
a m. Through exprei arrival daily at 5:25
a.m. Mail and expraM arrlvei diiily at 1C:(I0
p in. Somerville aoooimnodittioa arrival
daily, except Spnday, at 8 cm.
Memphis, Miniil nkJinne mid Allan.
lo Holly Spriniri Rout-Train! move a
followi; No.lleavei Momphii dally at 8:45
pu.i arrival at Holly Bpriugi at 5:58 p.m. :
Nj. J leavei Holly tyrWi dnily at 0:0
a m., arrival at Memphii at 11 :15 a.m. I No.
5 I tavai Memphii daily at 7:15 p.m., arrival
at Holly Springs at 11 :45 P.m.i No. 0 leavei
H Mj Suriniri daily at 2:15 a.m., arrival at
Mtmphii at fl:15 a.m.
THE WEA.TTIER.
Indications.
For Tmnturt: Ix-al ra!n; tlightly
wirmr; variable winds, drifting to south
erly. Meteorolukjleal Knport.
Maa-rms, Tun., Fcptomhor II, HSfl.
Time. Bar. Tner. Wiml. W'tner
7:00 .m. 2!.87N 03.0 N. Lt.jain
11:00 a.m
:(X) p.m. 2D.8J) 7o.O N.K Cloudy
7:00 p.m
J0:00 p.m. '-U81 710 N. Cloudy
Minimum temperature, (11 0.
Ozone, 11 a m,, 'J.
Rainfall, 0
In tlm OiKtiia Kaclaa,
HioitAL Sbrvic. U. H Abut,
fctoptomber 14, 1880-5 p.m.
1)1 vision of toleiaiufl and reports for
th bc ivlit ol rommerue and axrlool
tutu. Outtoa ruzion bnllntin lor the
twenty-fonr hours ending Soptembor
H li. at o vcincg p.m.
"2 K-? ts
a Hm a ho E.
MKiirRia did- "2s "22 h
Mempliia 70 01 .02
Kueliville (() 52 .7(1
Grand Junction... 72 00 1.40
Corinth 72 00 .11
ToHCtiinbia 74 54 4.71
Decatur 77 54 .75
8i'tiiioro 72 58 .00
Hdmando 73 57 1.78
Bauwvillo 72 (12 2.00
Grenada 78 63 1.55
O .vinuton 7(1 (11 83
Di-rabnrg 71 (10 .21
A.4ntoti 70 ?i .10
B:wnBTllle 75 00 .77
M:!m 7rt (10 .15
PriB 74 40 .50
Bolivar 74 (10 100
o!ly Hpriiigu 71 (10 1.77
Ortnrd 72 (12 2.50
Hotns 1404 1113 22.03
Mn 74 1 50 l.io
- sb"Ibb s.
!I!illL
Wilmington 81 02 .03
Ulurlwiou 87 (i ,0,1
Auui'.ta 87 07 .13
Bav,;nuau ... 02 72 .IVS
Atlanta 82 (14 ,'
Mootirotnerv 00 (10 ,0u
Mol)ile 81 (18 ,53
New OrleanB 84 71 .71
Galventon 87 71 .32
ViskabitVK... 82 70 1 12
Little Rock 78 01 87
Memphis 74 . 51) 1.19
Bums 1(107 700 6.33
MeatiB 84 0 07 0 44
CITY NEWS.
Schools are opening.
Cotton ratea are unsettled.
A cold drir.i'e loll nearly all tLy
yesterday. k
"I am for J. 1.," tnii a wadgiah
votr yeBterJay.
Th work of refitting the Criminal
Court bis been finished.
The Congressional Convention
meets day after tomorrow.
The woods are still full of candi
datts for magistrate and otstuble.
The Ocober reo meeting is be
ginning t) creats considerable interos'.
Th de!ay in cleaning out the cis
tflin a1 tbe Ccurthouseii imltiDg those
ho have rrufir.eaa tliere auk.
In tie Piob.Ue Court yestwtdry
Bandy Painter was aipoititt)l aduiiuia
trator of Lily ar.d Lugene Wliitmore.
the Upper M'siiesippi Lsvoe Dis
trict wants tome ol the $2,000 1 00
whirl) the Kivi-r Caiiiniitisiou has to
epprd this year.
l.Tentes to mary wne iFgud
TPs'O'day t) John Wtiite and Jonnlu
Floyd, J. T. Holland aud S.il!io Fields,
J. 1"). .Sn ith ai:d Mincio Ie Jem s.
Thoro was only olo ticket in tbe
Foutth Waid, and it was eltcled as
piiu'td, with otie izceptiou. M. J.
Kelly wasdefea'ed by nineteen votes
by Ct a?. J. UleB iriP.
- ilnif, Demonst'l 1'ortfoHo o I'anh
on, si d U'A.if to Wear for f all and
titter, has juni ben received bv
Mansford'u P.orik aud Kea housn. It
is uunMial line numbtr, both beiig
CDnlaioed in one. l'liuo 25 cftta por
copy.
Fortune's ft-ronte numbers in
Grnd Quarterly Drawing, Class
Louisiana Btate Lottery, t Nw
Orleanp, Pep'embar 14. 1886 : 31.583
draw. $ 50.C00; 3479 draws 150,000;
72,480 draws 120,000 : 68,613 draws
$10,000; 72,983 draws S10.C00.
Secretary Keeling, of the Mer
cbants' Exchange, forwarded the fol
lowitir temrim to Cla-ltstou yes
ten'ay: "Eiprrssed you ysterdy
another package cotitainmu $717, bt
lng balance of amount of $2,717 con
tribuud for ycu by the ptople of
MompriiB.
Honry II. Meyer w ill have a p;e
1'mioi.ry hearins today before Jcs ice
l'jwel. Counsel lias Dren empioyea
by bth ido, several witoessis sum-
montd, aud the taaiimony promises to
be a trifle sensa ional. Ihe risult will
rletetmine whether or net Meyer ahali
be admitted ti biil.
Judge Wm. M. Pmith furnishes
tbe Appeal the foiloaing for puhliot
tion: "In today's Appkal and jeit?r
dy'd Ledger I am alltidtd to as a prob
able enndidate for Hena'nr from bhel
by. Pirate ccrrect this. I am no', and
wi'lnotbe. a candidate f r anytninir.
I have bad election enough for tho
pr.Stnt."
W, P. Burham, a drummer, bad a
lively little tussle yesterday with 1. f.
Mav. at the lattfir's stora. Burham,
who is a much larger man than May,
tried to down biru with - his list, but
the latter floored him with a c ub ana
was afterwards arrested on a warrant
sworn out bv Bur! am, chaiifire h;m
with a long bet of high c iuies abd
mi:demeanois.
John FnRan,a colored blue'ksmith,
shot anotter r'arky named lUrrifon
Alexardur in tho neck about 4 o'clock
ves i-rday moriiini:, at his house rn
llealo stret't. Ollicor Leo jailed the
Bhoot'Ht. Tte wound is pairJu', but
not fata1. A'cxacder says hie wife
rei.ts from Faxen end tt at tte later
found him alep on tho doontep lait
n'gut, nnlnred lum to go away, gut
When he refused shot him.
The Lev so Board of the Upper
Mis'iiHii pl Dietrkt met yebtt rduy at
uiaiKiaaie, nuts. r.ear:y tony hih
we re opered, and the mitber of dele
gates was larger tlun ever e fended
any previous nieetiuK of the b 'nrd.
On ncvt uiit of the desire i,l President
While tnd Chief Engineer Dabnfy to
attend the treulinu of the Ktver Oom
miw ion in Mtw Orleans, and to make
an tffoit there ti ob'aln additional
fundp, the examination cf b:dB wes dt
lerted. No awards will be made for
vem! dayp. Col. Whits and Maj.
Djbtiey passed through the city list
tight on their way to New York.
The msntgament of the Mi.-sion
Home, 101 Ahb mt street, togotuer
with ihe olllcerd of tl e Wtimeo's
Chrisiiin Aseodaiion, under whoe
rare it iff, desire to expr,sB in this pub
lic manner their heartfelt thanks for a
ro.entsnd most opportune donation
of one cr load (280 barrels) of cod
from CrahtreeUoal Company, Dawson,
Ky.,Mr B. M. Salmon secetarv : aho
to the Newport a.', d Jlistiesippl Valley
railioid fur free tianaporttian of the
same, and to Mr. Ayers P. Strange,
pgar.t in this city, for delivery t the
Mis-ionfreo cf charge. The item of
luel in a lionuetiold inciuoins lorty
helpless children is a very serious one,
and help there is always gratefully
appree iated.
A Memphis leloyratn to (he Naeh
villo jtmrTioari Bays: "Mr. W. G. Ta
lor, telegraph and night editor of the
Appeal, ictigned his po itien today
end left th e mornirg ft r Los Angeles,
Cal., whieh will be his future home.
Mr. Taylor's removal to tbe mild cli
mute of California is rendered ncees
itfy by the ill health ol his wife. He
U an ao omplisbed jouri a'is', of plrav
ing maorers and Kta. poisoual popu
larily. lie has held the position jut
vacated for ten yoais, ninl is cotictidcd
by rewepiiper himii to bs the best tele
uraph editor MeuihiB bai ever Lai.
He tnjoyed the cotilidencs of his em
ployers to such an extent that during
Col. Healing's a' 8 ncn he always oili
ciatud as manRging editor, and invari
ably aiqui t'd himeolf with redl
He is but 32 yea s of ace, end h is
wotkedbis way tip fioai theiase.hav
log at ore time or another tilled almost
evoty position on the paper. His place
in local journalism is not easily fill-.d "
PERSONAL.
MrsK Sscbes has gone to Kansas
City.
Ei'genb Joikiui.u was in tbe city yes
terday. Mits. Dr. Sawykk and family have
rettirnnd from Alahaira.
Ham Mov rks, of I, "land, Mies., is in
tlm city pure basing his fall stock.
Mih:ks FiiANt'Ks and Clara Wolf left
M"n!ay for a short visit to Helena. 4
EJCapt. Frank Mkiikiom), of Meritio'd
6 at on, Mis"., waB in the city yeet'.r
dy. S. II. Coward rnd family leturned
to the c ty yt.stitrday from ti e era
shore.
Capi. Cium.sa Diiown, of Oaceoln.
is in the city circulating among old
friondx.
S W. GAtinifo!! has returned from a
plfnaant trip to the Bluo Ureas reg'ocs
of Kentucky.
Minn Katk Milton, of Iudiauapolip,
Ind., is in the city vis ting her cjuaiu,
Mrs. 1). U. Morford.
Thk many friends of Mrs, E. M.
CliolliH and Mies May Chellis will be
1 leaned to learn ot thevr return to tho
city from a pleasant visit to the counts-
MlKSKS SaLI.II ANU AgQIS WlLJIUItNt
cf Searcy, Ark., accompanied by their
father, Maj. W. A. Wilbum. arrived
last evening per eteomer Chlckaaw
and are stopping at the Gjyoco Hotel.
Maj. N. H. Hotchkish, the Kris
K'.nkle cf the railroad world, was in
the city yesterday. He travels bahind
a steam engine and not in a sled
d awn by reindeer, but be gets over
the ground faster than Santa Claus
ever iiid. He was for many years gen
eral agent of the Chesapeake and Ohio,
and is now the lost car agent of tba.
company.
Splendid Opportunity for a Few
llimrV Enjtt)mnit In the Country.
A fpocinl tinin will leave Memphis
tomorrow evening at 0 o'cloek to carry
all who wish to attend the moonlight
pien'c pnd suprer for the benefit of
the Presbyterian Church at Red Hacks,
Miss., a nice villane 35 miles out on
ttie Memphis, liirmingba n and At
lantic rauioad. Train will return at
12 o'clock p.m. Trice round trip, $1.
Haeuie to go aud have a good time.
All are invited.
KoIKIMIienvnrn &t MiiIforra
W 00 St. Louis and Rotnru $0 CO.
Cheeapiieke and Ohio route will sell
tiikwte from Memphis to St, Louia and
rntu-n in Sopfmber 18th, 10 h and
20 li, good rottirninir until Sejitsmber
oOth, at fll 00. Tnrough fullmail
slfepirg nud reclining chair cars.
OU'ilO under Peahndv Hotel.
Mulftird, Jeweler, 84 Main, w
U its orders from the country.
liOTJfili AKUlVAia.
Oaatoai'a H.lel.
W. H. BIHOHAM. . Mimosa.
Xnropean plan. Enlarged and refurniihed.
FricM aoeording to liaa and loca
tion of roomi.
T Steele, Tenn A Crockett, Tenn
W C ttrioklai.,l,Tenn J W Mitchell, 11 iu
O W Joaei, lenn K C Beard Ark
O (J Siuipion, Ala T C l rawiord, Va
T T IKuxlaai, Mill ( A Wilinn, Mo
JKempner, Ark W P Cluyt n, Mini
W L Cooke, Mi O A Smith, Tenn
a 0 Howard, Tenn R Cheatham, Tenn
J H Jnlmion, Tenn Mill J Bex, Mill
Mill L Brown, Mill Mill M loomtu. Mill
Mill M Ole, Vin Mln I Muyion, Mill
Mn W HohLa Ai.Ark Mini b Hit', Ark
J M l'oina, Tenn K ilnhn, Ohio
J W rirruggi, Ala J P Uackler. Ark
EBtimilh.Ark FUantall.Mn
MirrA Knchlr,Mijs K Attoanwe, Mill
M K I'raffet, Mill J T Juhnenn, Mil!
T A Junei, Tex J ll,je, Tenn '
PJOajtnan, Ark T II Watlorion, Ark
II 8 Mctieha, Mill K C Aldridge, Mill
J P Lo.an.l, Mi K to u.,kcr, Tex
K 8 Burnett, Mill J C Page, Tenn
N U Jones, J, no Mn II 8 Burnett, Mill
I J Koiier, Mm J K Wa.Lly, Tenn
J C lale, Tenn T II Mmliews, Ark
II H Hurt. Ark W H Buotlio, Mi"
H W lluutha, MiM W V Koylei. Mill
Wm Far ann. Mill J 8 A Hunter, A'k
A J McOueiton, Ark Mn MoNainoe, Tenn
Mint BimtbwIck.Tenn J M Cnppcdira, aiiei
A J Murtin, Tann 0 II Mint. MiM
II Crohn, Pa ' P T K r-ythe, Tenn
M J Clarke, Tenn W 1) ItoUrM, 'J enn
P I) Clock, Mii B Felon jr, Tenn
L vv Molieo. Ark 0 F DeUnrii, Mini
8 A Kepenon, Tenn DCJoyner, Ark
II C Wallace, Ark 1) 0 Howard, Tenn
W T Wernor, Ark .1 Ungue, Ark
R II Scale, Ark Mn llnyne, Ark
J Mamhall, Mim U II Millington, Tenn
W OEaaley, Tenn BOBeard, Ark
II J Allen, Mi"i K V Leiter, Mill
J R Hiirtlott. Tenn Ji Whitcomb, Ark
M W l'rewett. Ark 'li W Jordan, Ark
Mill Jj McKinney, Ala,
Peaboiljr Hotel.
C. B. O ALLOW AY k CO PaorataTois.
ltatei il 50 and 13 per day, according tu
lite and location uf room SpecUl
ratal maile.
II R Wiggini, Midi 8 E Dent, Ark
P B F ite, Ark F B Waterman. N V
A J Martin, Ala A SeliUor, M V
M S Fleiuing. Ala A Miller. Tenn
J M Burning, Ky T L Fonick, Ala
C Mead. Ill I Morria. Tenn
W J Celviu, Tex N W Bun' int. Tenn
H II Brycm, NY J Kcnunbach, N Y
J K l'uiiii hrey, Ohio J M Mo.Nealy, Mill
'I llt.ii borhuuaeiw, Ark 0 II lngonin,Tnn
T H Mtuiirt, Mo L O liuli-li, Ark
T II Arumtrong, Mill Mi's R June, M'u
Mill f Temple, Mill A C Leigh. Mill
J (irnhain, icnn W Wood, Ky
W II Booth, Mll W W Bojloa, Mii
J Baxter. Ill ' T B Yancey, Tenn'
RWPortsr, Ark K 0 Fleming, Vt
T Ilnrtmiin, Arg E P Hovan, Tenn
D J Kn-ier, Mini A J Martin, Ala
R B Fulton, Mid ) 11 Kiniiuoni, Mill
M Mitohfll, Ky F M Luv,., Tenn
C CouH. N Y E A 0 erriion, Ark
C Mnnon, Tenn J K Crawford, Tonn
.1 J Martin, La 0 W Bringle, Ky
W K t-n.uh, 111 0 1) Liuibert, 111
J W Pu'dy. jr, N Y li T Ki.id, Ky
J MclJ.miild. Mo H J llarrii. Mo
B Rnphnol, N Y J A Ilughei Aw. Ky
WHFIynn.Ky W M Lanier, Mim
J M Little, Mill W H Uurdner, N Y
W 8 Mitchell, NY 8 W Anderjun, N Y.
Ttie New Haroao.
FARRISaiON, STEWART A WIIITE,
PHiiraigTuas.
Ratoi, (2 SO to 14 per day, acoording to loca
tion of rooiui.
) McE Jonei, Tenn W O Harvey, Mill
A Pattii.m, Mill 8 A Mitchell, Miai
M N Danlieiier, III Matt Ccen, Tonn
Mn Horner 42c, Ark Wnltnr Berdino, Mo
A 11 HotchkiM, Va J M Mnney ga, Tenn
C L Johnaon. Tenn Dr T B Yanoav. Tenn
K W Uowe, tenn U II Bnrney, jr, Man
K lll)l', Mill (i ri nut. min
P M Howef, Mn H Belaichmit, Mill
J F I'avls, Min J A Buchanan, P
0 J Moore. Mill W J MoC'ord, I) C
1) Hed MiM W (1 Coghill, Ky
F liiiwklna, Tenn FrnnniiiFonlrei',Ti)nn
J R smith, Ind K M Howard, N Y
J hweeney &w, Tonn 11 Sweeney ain, Tonn
8am Sweeney, Tenn J EBnnnor, Tenn
Mim M I'ointei, lex W A Wilburn, Ark
Mi'i S Wiibiiru, Ark Mini A Wilburn, Ark
H F llicki, Ky F 11 Scott, Tonn
W MiUiillistor, Kai TJ Williami, Kai '
II K Luekie. Ark 7. T Harris. Tenn
R I Price, Miei L E Flet.-her, Min
S E SI in morn, Mill T RCamiibeil, Tenn
R B Iienn, Tenn 8 L Lauib, Tenn
R Dunham, Ark V B Hunter, N Y
ORIco, NY J hi Hnrrii, Mo
J L Montgomery, Mo M M Pollock, Mo
S B Jonei. La It A McUlarty, La
W W Filthugh.Tenn D Diuhbruuk, Tonn,
I tu It 7 'a Karoenu Motel,
Corner of Adnmi and Main itreeti. Roomi,
30o, 7'o and tl per day: Amerioaa Plan,
fj per day.
Fir't-nlnm Reitaurant In tha lTotol.
J. M. DUFFY (lo yean withPeauody Hotel)
Proprietor.
LT Bitten, Pa W II Duvldi, tla
H'j' Jones Mn CW Cooper, Ark
P I. I'ullen, Ark .1 M Taylor, Ark
R J Kii'hiirdion. N Y W M Adami, Mo
WB Allium, Mo II M Th ai.Ky
W B Lamott, IV o B CTucker, Tenn
C C Wi iliimn, IdiI W L Dor man, Tenn
W A Bell, Tenn J R Ilnrroll, Mo
R LCnnnen, Ky WMe'ox, Tenn
A M Kii k.v.n, Ala C M Uarrett, Tex
W M Hunter, Ark 11 Durlee, ilisi
t) D dray, Tenn J Keretein, Mill
K R Williiiiui, Tenn J Sayerii, Tenn
W II Tucker, Tenn J L Mulona Aw, Ark
A W Lake, Tonn A R Ballard, Ark
W J otloe, Ark W W Hamilton, Tenn
E M Irvine, Ala I) W Jonei, Tenn
O T Vt right, Tenn P M Morrii, Tenn
B M SewHid, Tenn I. C Wateri, Ark
M Menxghan, Tenn Win Butler, Tenn
W I Uwnn, Ind II L (loodrioh, Ind
W II Bitton, Tenn W A liadaway, Tonn
C A Dnllin, Mi Wm Haiden. Mill
R F William Mill J R Ramp, Ky
Frank Uuil, Ky M (Joker, Tenn
R C Acklcy, Mo.
LOCAL KOTIC.K&.
P. M. Stanley, funeral director and
embn'umr, 65 Madison street.
Sealed Htm for the Virions privi
leges at the ensuing Fair at Kerrville
will be leceived up to the 2rh instant,
by H. P. L'.gon, Kenvi le.
Mies Cakhie M. Keating will re
sume her clnsst8 in music (piano and
vocal) on the 1 -t of October next. For
trms, apply at E. Witzmann & Co.'s,
Second street,
It. W. Mili erA Co., Patent Asbestos
Fire Proof Roofer. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on void, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofj. No. 65
Madison street.
RollKHTS?N's El-SINKCoLLKeiE, No,
35 Fxi hange street, Memphis, Tenn.
Open day and evening the entire year.
Studies thorough and practical. For
particulate call or addre s S. M. Rob
ertaoti, principal.
Fine Watch repairing at iHolford'g
Euv Gratef, Fronts, Fenders, Stoves
and Stovepipe at Gabay's.
Shirta! Shlrlst
All styles and prices to order.
Memphis S:esm Shirt Factory. 224
Second.
MouoKriaiu Itauglea Sfnllbrd.
All thi Grates at Gabay'e.
W to Kailntare A Lamuianiun tor
far fliimbliia atuil Uaa-I Htluar
lyluK Hiitl denning.
Ladies and Knts' clothes cleaned
or dyrd in any color, also kid glovep,
natriVh feathers and lace curtains by
Lou's RMcel, 58 Jell'oraon street, Morn
phis, Tenn. G;e)di received by express.
Ordor-'lHnltoril RlHtle HI etlalM.
All si.e I'lowe r Poti at Gabay's.
fj.l HnllMllra A I kuAiuHnlDAtAitil
yonr finnil.lna.
Muxlc! Hliat ii II?
A 1 armleis, fimple nerve I'.od that
will Bineroeele slimulauts aid ner
vines. It contains not a dtop of med
icine, BtimolHtit cr alcohol, and is the
only thirg known that will recover
brain and nervous exhaustion, kill tbe
thirst (or alcohol drinke, opium, etc.;
Gives a vigorous appetite, lefreshing
sleep, and U invaluaolo to the biain
work r and those snfJering in any
form trotu nervous nets, is it recovers
eveiything caused by overtasking the
nervous aystem. Moxie Neive Food
is a delicious beverage, and Is for sale
by lea ling druggists.
THE SENSATION
OF SEPTEMBER.
We Fall in Line for the
First Fall Month.
THE SUMMER HAS ENDED.
Some Seasonable Sugges
tions for Memphis
Citizens.
The Summer, acoording 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 chango of clothing which
is now necessary, the Misfit Clothing
Parlors, No. 2J2 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 bettor able than ever to oiler
great bargains to our customers.
Our field has been extended and we
will be able to offer largor assort
ments and still lower prices.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors are
now offering a fine fall stock. It
you need Clothing he sure to call and
inspect it. You may not noed 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 Suit a,
Itaudeouie Ureas Stilts,
Good Every Vttj 6ults,
fonts nud Veata,
A Fine Mat of Pants,
fnuta lor liresa 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 got the finest
Clothing in the world for much less
than its actual value.
MISFIT
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
0pp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
0ltomemher, all alteration! to Insure a
pertect St, done froo of charge by a fint
olm tailor.
WORKINGMEN 1
ATTENTION!
STITCIIDO WNS !
i on $i as
You can buy of na a pair or Hen's
MllchdnwH Buckle or Tie Shoes
lint coat you elsewhere M 70.
FOIl $3 OO
You cnu buy a pair of Men's al
tera, Lace Itala or llutlon Miocs,
lull stock ciillNkln, aeninlesH
vmnp, solid sole leather anil
couutrr, every pair warranted,
worth at lenat 83 73 lo M OO
elsewhere.
ron $s oo
I'ou enn buy of in a pair of La
dies aald Button Nlioe that you
rnnnot aiitiNtllute elsewhere for
Si SO.
ron $1 75
He oirr you Iliiys'eood.Ntronsr,
Nent llullon Shoes, aucta na you
never bouarbt before for leaa thaw
SJ Sa to tM SO, the slses ruunlna;
rroio it to a.
FOIl $3 35
WeolTrryon Ladles' Pebbled Uoat
llutlon Hbocs, fully worth Si 79.
-Chllilrin'i and Hinei' Sohool Shoei
Cheaper Than Eter, or Anywhere Elio.
Call and Convince Yourielvci.
ZELLIJER & CO.
,T. If A CON & CO.
DEALER IN
COAL AND WOOD
IBS BEAT.E STREET,
Kearithj Corner of Deioto. Mami'hli, Tenn
C.B.BRYAN&CO.,
COAL and WOOD,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. 20 MADISON STREET.
A. F.Davis, Painter
Hal Removal to
No. 351 Second, South ol Union
TKLF.P1IOXK 4i.
rOHALE.
Ice Machinein Atlanta, Ga.
T HAVE for lale TWO A RCT tC ICK MA
1 CHINES, In Perfect Condition. Capac
ity, about tea torn each per day.
Price leu than half the ooit. Addran,
. W. ADAIK, Atlanta, Ua,
JAKES C. BEIX, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
I7OS.3290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENNN
WHOLESALE-
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
-OF-
Saddles, Harness, Collars,
S1DDFT.RY -H ItDWABE AWI LEATHEK.
W SPECIAL PRICES to Kail road anc Ieve Contractors for Wagoq, Scraper and Cart Harnese. -&)
JAMES M. OOODBAR.
Njf yjr JiAm&AAbJiimW
BOOTS
Wo. 319 MAIX
-0ur Fall and Winter Stock of BOOTS
i. uu ouuiiio, nil we iniiiiiui uruiiuu
anyhnne. fllve m a call.
Deviled Crabs, Shrimp,
Salmon, Fresh Cast Mackerel,
Saidlnes, Lobsters,
Ilrooat Tront, Oysters,
Marberel In Tomalo Catsup.
Sweet Htaffed Plchles,
Sour l'lckles by tbe sal. and In Jars,
Plrklrd Oulons, Hot Relish,
Wooater Snnve, tomato Catsop.
Capers, Mastanl, Carry Powder.
Salad Dressing-, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheese, Celery Sance,
Celery Salt, tlo , Etc.
J. F. BUCiniAM & CO.
R. KTJPrERSCHMIDT.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
sIiiiib, Anininiiltlon, rislilng Tactlf
and 15i80-IIall HK)ils.
WHOLES A LK AND KBTAIL.
334 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn)
Manufaoturlnr and Repairing oi fluni a
Biieoialtv.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers
218 Main St., Memphis, Teni
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
Artists' Materials,
TUBE PAIST3, CANVAS, Etc.
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la now complete, and we invite tne Mercnanti vulfna Memnhn to oall and extuiine the ran
boaie here, and perhapi more than any hoare iomh ot thenhio rivnr. ! sulBoie'it evidence
the trade. We still oarry a large line of t'UaTOW-M AUK UnOIIS, includina the oe e
Dittman A Co.'i Ladiei' Kid, Ooat and Call, besidei a large variety of other makei. Ou
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REMOVAL.
Otto Schwill&Cos
SEED STORE
Removed to 308 Front St.,
Between Monroe and Madiion, Ncsrly
Oppoiite PoitolBca.
J. G. tcmiQi & SOW
?y- -jr
Importer! and dealer! In Gnns.Ammn.
i 1 1 Ion and FInIiIbk Tankln, liallders'
Hardware, Kleelrle Bells and Aa
n nnclHtom for Untoli and Keiidencei,a0
Main UrMt, Hemsala, Tens. Kleotrk
luppliei alwayi on hand. Rapairn neatly
done.
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
SUE A k MCCARTHY, rropr8,
140,113,114 Front, Memphis.
ONB 01 THI LARGEST B0IL1R SHOPS
in the fioath, and th only eomplete
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Wurki in the oi:y.
Manafaetorera of heavy plate Iron'
work of every description. Hpeota1
Frank Schumann,
Importer and Dealer In
dnaa, Fishing Tackle and Sports
men's Supplies, mr Special attention
liven to MANUFACTURING and RB
PAIRING, -m
412 Mmln NttrfeiuolilM. Tenn
NOTICE.
THK SOUTHERN EXPRESS CO. will ao
cept and lorward, free of eharae, pontrl
hutioni for the relief of the mlTeron by the
Karthuake at Charleston, Smith Carolina.
II. C. FISHErt.
Superintendent Southern Kxpresi Co.
Memphii, Tenn., Papt. 3, 1.
Koch's Fat. Store
Nil t.LVINtj liadjuitable to meet any need
or buainen. It it clieaper than old ityle. Can
ha put up hy any one. I neiiiiHIeil for
l'auiry aud Book khelves. Addrsaa
KOCH A. 11. U Mfn,,
Sal MA1JI ST., PEORIA, ILL., or,
Nlmmena Uardwar Co.,St. Louii.Mo,
H I
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And jj
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B8TAHril8HHD21BOO.
WM. L, CLaKK, . J. CAIIBIXGTOX.
WXXOXjBBAIjI!!
& SHOES
STREET MEMPHIS,
AXI NIIOES-tbe largest In thil marke. and
iiiifiii memnnn to oali ana extuiine ttie
(jiioiu tx V I'll PAiT.
Ko. 7 MADISOX STKEET.
PAID OT CAPITAL, : : : : $100,000
WM. KATZESDERGKB, Tresldeut. I. KATZENBERI.ER. Cashier.
INTEREST ALIOKED OX DEPOSITS, FKOM 81 CP.
I n thu Trade and 8mul-er:;
THE IMMENSE
GRID REPUBLIC UK
Have attained, has induced unprincipled manufacturer! to place on the market a base
Imitation. We hereby caution the public that all tionuine Cigarroi will bear a HED teat
on each box, and our Factory Jiumber, itoo, Uil IHMrlct, N. Y.
The only all long Havana filler cigar on tbe market for 5 centi.
GEO. X. IjIEB t3 OO.,
Factory SUO, tl District, S. Y.
MOON & JOYHEB, Wholesale Agents,
"THE STANDARD OF THE WORLD."
PARLOR AND CHAl'EL STYLES, ?25.00 AND UPWARD.
sarTERMS Caih, or easy Monthly Initallmonti. Write for IUuitrated Catalocue.-aka
O. JESL. 3EiiCOXJOI5L c5b OO.
SOLE A G EH rs FUK THE SOUTHWEST,
Wo. OGO XVT.in E3t., XsXoxxxipla.lBX. Tonn,
. 11 rnlon Street, Nashville. So. ItOO Olive Mrcct, St. I-onat
BsWITZEIAMMiCo.
Wholesale Dealers and Fubl lsliers,
Sole Aneiiti for the following Fint-Clais Instrument!;
STEINWAY aud KNABE
PIINOS-Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
ORGANS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
-A NEW 7-OCTAVE PIANO FOR 190.-s
Write for Citnlogue'. Ao. 231 and 2i.t Second Street, Memphis.
WHOLESALE CrEOGiBS.
J 1ST RECEIYIXU AMI IX SIOKE,
1 OOft lit;s T "cw C'ron (Scaxon 1SSO), Rio Coflec.
, ."t.OOO Kcks Iron and Mod Aallm best brands.
1,000 barrels ItcUncd Sniir-all grades.
100 barrels New Crop (reason ISNO), Rice.
1,500 iik,s. Ieat and Itelint'd I.urtl.
150 tierces auvasscd Hams.
lOO boxes ltrekl'ast Racon.
1,000 ba$rs Nhoi, Powder and Caps.
12 OOO boxes Canned Joods, Sartllnes. Oysters, Etc.
1,000 l.s. pure Sow Cream Cheese silver nooa RrantL
1,000 bagst hand-picked Virginia and Tennessee Peanuts.
Manufacturers of the celebrated brands of SIL
VER MOOV and JHi.MtIII Pure Stick Candy, aud Raking
Fowder.
Importers of Foreign Fruits, Lemons, Oranges,
Raisins, Nats, tc.
Nos. 284 and 2S6 Main Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
WBSISFF
n the market.
naent oi
Klesantly-
Carriages
Buggies,
209 MAIN STREET,
Hsoots and
261 OVIA-IDNr ST.
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OUR STOCK OF BOOTS AND BII0K3 FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR IS MORE
oomil e than ever, eomprinina not only the best and fir, out but also lull linai of me
diam, durable and ityliih gooiii, whioh we offer at low figures.
TO TIIK TK4.IIK we offer special inducement!. Carrying mn.t nl onr icodi in
SOLID SI.Kd, we are rreiiared to fill orderi lor special liiei at i.0 KXTRA CObT, thui
snablina Morcbanti to fill tu without being compelled to buy goodi not Deeded.
ADXjBR d!b OO.
Agents for the Celebrated W. L. BeailM Men's Calf Shoes and a
Hoys Shoes In all slyles.)
-ILLUSTRATED CATAL0QUB AND PRICE LIST MAILED FREE.-WI
F. METEK, ec'y and Xreaa.
F. . JOVES.
alaiTaii siia AJ3mJk sUc
TENNESSEE.
one of the tarueit to be found in any market
iame. xne taot mat we leu more man any otner
that 'ur gooci and pricei are aatu aotory to
ehratid Ueo. Hooker Calf Boots, Krivpendorl,
in. l)'..,t.n id ia unnAm n.nnnl k. iiirniiiiri h
ICS SB BANK.
POPULARITY OUR
I OLIVER,
with fnll assort.
New anal
riaiibca
Saddlery.
Harness.
: : MEMPHIS, TENN.
.oes
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