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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1880.
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RAILROAD T1SE TELE.
LoiUYille.'few OrleaBi u4 Texas R'y
HlNMIfkNIPPI VAl,l.i.Y HUUTI.
Ut alter May 1. 1SK6, pu tenner train! on
thii mad will run aa lolluwn
Abl MAIL. I bomb. 1. North.
ffemphll .
Lut
V.lm
, .A j 4:30 p. ml :S0 a.m
B I 6;!W D.m 7 .m
. .C 10:03 p. mi 4:07 a.m
Vioiiburg.,
i:ivi.m 1:13 a.m
..K S:4 a.m'll:l p.m
. Harmon .
rih.i
. I 6:i a. ml 8:3ft p.m
0.... 6:14 a. ml Tifil p.m
.H I :U) a.ml 5:1X1 a.m
Sew Orleeni...
CONNECTIONS.
A'Tlth all linei entering Memrhli.
B-Wlth M. N. W. K. B. tor ilel.na.
C for Jreenille end Huntington, and all
Arkanaai pointy.
D-With V. A M. and V., B. P. Railroad!.
E-With N., J. A C. R. R. lor i.atobei. and
Jaokion.
T For l'oinu on the Branch.
6 W'itb iteamen for Heron Sara.
H With railroad! di.enring ior Florida,
i Texan and OoMtlnoinU.
JAS. M. EDWARDS, V. P.endO. M.
.A.J.KNAPP.U.P. A.
Wlaalealppl and Tenneaae. Train!
re u tollowi: New Orleana mall arrive!
daily at :25 a.m. t leerei daily at 5:00 p.m.
alewnort Heweand . laalaatppl Val
ley. Iraini move ai tollowi: Put Una
eivea at 10:(IU a.m.! Ht. Louli faat line
eavei at 5:30 p.m. I Fait line arrive at 1:30
p.m.: St. Loan (ait line arrival at 8:05 a.m.
ronlaTllI and Baehrllle Train!
am aa follow!! Fait mail arrive! daily at
5;15e.m.: leavei atl0:kl p.m.! mall leave!
daily at 10:10 a.m.! arrive! at 4:00 p.m.
Briwniville aooommodatiom leave! daily
XMiit Sunday, at 5:00 p.m.! arrive! daily,
axoapt Sunder, at 8 :50 a.m. (itandard time).
Heanphla and Little Roeh.-Trelni
move ae ioni ,otuhi iu,.i i
No. lleavea daily at 4 : p.m, I arrive! at
55 p.m. No. S leavei at 5 :56 a.m. I arrive!
atS:Soa.m. No. 5 (freight) leavei Ilopefleld
daily (eioept Sunday) at 6:00. a.m.! arrive!
at 7:10 p.m.
Onlf Konte- (Kanaaa City, Sprlnc
aad McoiplilH). Trainl loave.M. and
T. depot aa followi: No. 4, KaniM City ex
prmi, leavei at 10:45 a.m.! No. 3, Kaniai
City exnreii, arrive at SiHd p.m. No. J.
K niu City mail, leave atfliOO p.m.! No.tl,
Kaniai City mail, arrive, lit S:tr a.iii. No.
$, St. Looii and I'hicaao eipre'l, leavei at
6: ) p.m.; No 1, St. Louie and Chioanoex
preaa, arrive! at 8:45 a.m. Jn effect Sunday,
Ai.ril 18.1SHU.
Mfimphia anil Cliarlealon Tralnl
move ai followi! Thromrh eireai leavei
daily at 10:411 p.m. Mail and expreai leavei
dai'y at 10:11 a m. Sowerville aoeoumodo
ti'jn leavei daily, except Sunday, at 5:30
a m. Through exireai arrivei daily at 5:25
a.m. Mail and eipreai arrival dailyat 1C:0U
Sm. Somervlile accommodation arrival
ally, except Sunday, at 8;3u a.m.
Hnmphta, Hlrmlnahiim ami Atlantic-
Holly Spring! Houle Traini move aa
lOUOWfi fOe i lOBVOaJ 4llt1IIlH UBIIT
ft
trt.i arrtvei t Uoliy csi.r.ngi aio:wi p.m. i
h i . ti ..ii . ai..J.... nii 4 unn
ni ., arrives ai mom i'uid Mb 1 1 m.mi . , .v.
t Havei Memphli dally at 7 :15 p.m., arrivei
at Uolly Kprinii at 11:45 p.m.! No. 6 leave!
11 illy Bprinii daily at 3:15 a.m., arrive! at
W imphli at 6:45 a.m.
TIIE WEATHER.
IaidlaallaBia,
For Arkanuu: Oentrally fair weatlur;
cooler; toutherly vindt, eltifting to wttt
trhj. For Tennrmee and Kentucky: Local
rain, followed by fair weather; cooler;
toutherly vimh.
The Ttnnmee and Cumberland riven
will rite tlovy; ehi vhere tlte riven will
remain nearly Hationary.
exelrurolOKlcnl Iteiport.
Mufrma, Tami., Poptemricr 15, IBM.
lime.
liar.
Tijer.
W'tUer
7:00 run. 211.873 07.0. E.
11 :00 a.m
S:00 p.m. 2J.82l 72 8 W.
7:00 p.m ,
l':00 p.m. 29.901 74 0 H E.
OlonJy
Lt. inin
Fair."""
MaxiiQum temperature, 80.fT
Minimum tomixirataro. 0C 0.
rUinbll, 1.H0. '
Ocone, 11 a.m., 1.
la the Voirna) Kacloa,
Sioical SiitTio. U. H.Armt, 1
September 15, 1880 C p.m.
Division of tuleurumi and reporta for
ibe beieflt of commerce and axricnl
turn. Cotton rcgiou bulletin lor the
Weuty-four boura ending Kojitomber
14 Ii, at 7'clocH p.m.
TWCt. 3 ? 2 ? P. E
f B B P
Mempbia 80 f7 1.80
Nhvil!e 7ft 4 1.34
(.vrand Junction... 77 (1(1 1.14
Corinth 8! 67 .14
Itmtumbia 84 (12 .50
lM:atur 87 70 1 24
8 i.tat.oro 8(1 fi5 .13
Harnando 78 ttl 1.80
Bneevilla 80 till .18
G rnntla 84 03 .70
OjVlnuton 81 04 .30
Dyersburg 83 (il .0.rk
A.HnKton 81 02 .15
B-nwnuvilie 80 (11 1.28
Milan 80 (10 1.32
P.ns 75 64 .45
l'."ilvnr. 81 (id 1.55
fioUy Springs 81 00 .01
Otford ' 81 68 .54
H.iuil 1535 1211) 1553
Vnnnn 80.8 (il 2 .81
oiumicTa.
aBB aBB
illii-L
81 (IS .21
.88 70 31)
87 08 1 20
(13 73 .08
85 (17 .'.0
00 71 .02
8S C!) .02
87 72 .11
8!) 00 3.25
88 74 .24
81 05 .12
81 64 .81
1014 830 0.71
87 0 Oil 2 .60
Wilmington .
ClmrloKton ...
Aunpta
avnnnab
Ai'iAnta
Mooteomery .
J'o i;e
Ner OrleanH,
iiTeaton
ViiVaburg
Lit .le Koi;k...(
Memphin
I'nma
Mesne.
CITY NEWS.
More fhowera yesterday.
There will be no dead lock.
Congressional Convention tomor
row. Phelan Is the man who wdl snow
Z cii Taylor under.
"8wByl ock" Charlie Wilt on is a
Repel lican ctmlida'e ior Cous:nb'e.
Oherloa Knell brought suit against
the Taxing Ihe'.rkt yesterday for jOthO
damages.
Mike and Jim Madden "vplit tho
difloreijCe" ia the. Second Ward. They
we:e cnmlidntis on opiiuaiiion tiike'.a.
P'ann for ti e ciiiHtini'tion ol their
ineSw bnildii'g by tue congregation of
1 tbe First Meil'o'lit.t Cliurch have been
cciiiph ted. Thi steeple will ba the
tollent in the c'.t'.
A'ltrney G r.t r.Vi Pickle, recently
clneui by thetiuprem" C urt,'B hivhty
a..ol.en c'f h're. Mr. I". T. li.litiuuilson
tak s h'.u d feat t ilh r good grace, and
' ' . Bpe: ks in thje n' eulogibtic way
his Micc-sUul compmi r.
Mr. Charles F. l-.G'H-, a pronii
r.e:it niprclunt a:d ii we co;j!rsctor,
wis man ied iticl. ck yi-Heiday to
M as Lvd a Mcllare, the aic impHehrd
Tiece o'f Mr. George Arnold, who is a
bi!tine ptrtu. l i t the groom.
The ngro 1J nrriu-M Al-xam'er,
why was fci.ot ia tie utck by Jotm
Foitan night before last, died at 4
o'tLck jeeterdiy morning. Fogan'a
attentions to Alexander's wile was
the cause of the trouble, and a charge
of murder will now be entered agaioat
tbs priaoner.
The Ohelsta Four, assisted by
friend, will give a mueieal entertain
ment for the ot-nelH of tbe Church of
the Good bhepberd F.iday evoninv.
Heptember 17th, at the re aidenee of
W. K. Kendall, .Randolph road.
Henry If. Meyer, who killed W.
B Dunavant, waived examination he
Icre Jutica l'owel yeaierday ao'i was
rmndud to jail to await the action
of the grand jury. Gon. G. P. M.Tur
ner haa been retained aa his counsel,
and the prrg'cntion hsa employed
Gen. Lnke Wright.
Mr. Morgan J. Kelly's name waa
put on the Fourth Ward ticktt with
out any solicitation on his part, and
l.ia euanlmiiy was not diHturlted by
the fact that he w8 defeated. Ht did
not go to the primaries aud haa no
better friend than the gentltman who
wra choaen in his stead.
Tbe Wedneeday evening services
at the First Methodist Church aro of
special interest to Christian workers.
Tbe subject for tontght is "The Holv
(Spirit in the Work." Everybody ia
taroetly invited to attend, and it
would be wtll for tboae who can do ao
to bring their bibles with them. Tbe
meetinga are fall if life, and there ia
not a dull moment in the hcur spent
tbere.
J.E. Met'eand Marearet Delaney,
Cbarlea F. DeGaris and Lydia E. Mc-
lldn, J. II. Taylor and C . Harria,
Francis Frank and Ida Ksismel, John
Chapman and Rosa Campbell, J. A.
llendeison and L'zziu lliusby, John
Wedlevaod J. II. Bancroft, Abiaham
rarisb and Ueldnra Willioms, O. F.
Wyeong and Bel'e Baitd, Harry Gil
ford and Matilda Kinzlor were liceEBod
tj marry yes'erday.
Tbe I!radntrt Agauny reports 153
failures in the United Sta'ea during
tbe week ending bepteraber 10,1880.
aka'ntt 173 in the preceding week, aud
183, 180, 130 and 121 in the correspond
ing wtvka of 188.5, 1884, 1883 and 1882,
respectively. Middle StHts, 51 ; New
Eng'nrid Mtates, 2t); outnern Biaies,
16; Western Statse, 51; Pacitic Mates
aud IVritorits, 13; Canada, 22. Total
iu the United Slates aud Canada, 175.
TEKSONAL.
F. Lavionb hai relumed from New
York.
Mm and Mrk. Robsnbtock, of Avon,
Mias., are at the Pea body.
Dr. Ovihall lias opened an oflice in
the Main street entrance to tbeGayoso
UotV.
Mrs. M. G. Boi'RKgandaon, Harold,
havo returned home from Hunisville,
Ala , where they spent the summer.
Mrs. L. L. Latvia, of Virginia, is in
the city visiting her father, Col.
Looney. Mi'bsds Louisa and Sallie
Loonoy have returned homo frjtu the
EiBt.
Mkh. WniTsoN la again in the city
and stopping at the Peabody Hotel.
She ia writing up Mompbis in one of
her t'haraciensiic letters, which ara
alwaya aprightly, breezy, ue-.By and
interesting.
Tub opening on the 14th instant ol
Mrs. Bowles's hool, lri5 Adams
street, wf s a very decided succesa, at.d
the number of pupils present and
those registered for the term insures
her prOHpei'ta flattering beyond bor
most sanguine expectations.
tare or Nprnla.
Mackdos Cintik, Wayni Co., N. Y.,
February 21, mi. J
Borne years ago I badly epraiued my
stoniach pickieg cherries, and have
suflered grebtly ever since. So thing
has been so beneficial ai dllcock a
Plasters. They entirely cured me of
that trouble. I have also been afflict
ed with a lame ankle, but these Plas
ters aoon enabled motowa'k. I rec
ommend them whenever I have an
opportunity, as I have found them
very uwful for over ten year. All
cock's Piasters have always done me
the greato.-t service, and l" am every
day more and more convinced that no
Ik useliold should be without them.
MRSbl'SIB ABILLS.
Pplenilhl Opportunity Tor a Few
Honrs' Enjoyment In tbe Country.
A special train will leave Memphis
thl evening at 0 o'clock t) carryall
who wish to attend the mnonliuht pic
nic and supper for the benefit of the
Pfpsbyierian Church at Red Banks,
Mis?., a nice village 35 miles out on
the Memuhia, Birmingham and At
lantic lallioail. Train will return at
12 o'clock p.m. Price round trip, f 1.
Bo mi re to go and havo a good time,
All are invited.
Ordor fu.nl Marie SI edals.
Fine IVatfh winrinir at tnlford'8
A DrtiKKixi'H Mlory.
Mr. Iaaac O. Chapman, drnggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the past ten vrvro anld several
gross c.f Ur. WilllHm Hall's Balsam for
the Lungt. I caa say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never bc.trd a customer speak of
it but to praise its virtnea in tbe high
est manner, I Lave recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cougn, with the happtent eueotn. I
have used it in my own family for
many years; in fact, alwaya have a
lottle in the medicine closet ready for
use."
All eiza Grates at Gahay'e.
Mnlfurd, Jeweler, 204 Main, so-
ileus oraers rrora in country.
$9 CO to St. Louis and Return,
By the Gulf road, on September 18th,
19th and 20th. Tickets gocd until tbe
30th. This is the only line that runs
through coaches. Plenty of room will
be provided both in aleeperj and
coactiee. For tickets and beitns call on
il. 1). KLI.IS,
Tirket Am-nl,:ll .Ma.lima itreet.
NolttlMlverttare nt Tllulford'a
el MntliMlB l.aiunratnu lo do
yr.ur rinmtiinx.
NIiIiIm! Mill t I
All syle? ivud prices to order,
Memphis (S e.ui Shirt Factory, 22-4
Second.
F.cy G rales, Fronts, Fenders, StoVf a
and Stovepipe at Gal ay'a.
l KntlfMlu A l.aKoninmlno fat
jmtr l'liimlilUK una Una-t lillna
Athicc lo Mot tier.
Mrs. AViualow's Sootldug Syrup
should always be ned when children
Rre cutting toet;:. It relieves tbe little
sntlerers at once; it produces natural,
rjuk't sleep by relieving the chilJ
Imm ihiit. a , .1 tl.n 11, ,1a rliAniK
awakes aa "bright aa a button." It is
very pleasant to taste, lt soothes the
i-iiuu, wiueiiB vue Kumr, auays "
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
l.owels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhwa, whether arising Irom
lil .... ...... n".-.....-
five cunts a bottle.
UOTEIi AKI1IVALS.
The lew Uireie.
FARRISOTON, BTEWAET k WHITK,
rauraiiToas.
Rate!, 12 60 to it per day, acoordioi to leea
tioa of roomi.
i bSftiitb. Mil! J Morrii, i'.nn
1, MnllU, lex Wolf, Tenn
W (loixluiaa. Tenn H II Washl.urn, Mu
JO Julian, Mo A Jo'i'h. Mid
i:Cll-k.r,Ct Mii Mlarnlry.Okio
Mill J tialvin. Ohio K T Ilarria, Ati.a
W to Baker, Mil! 0 W Meek, Mill
.1 ( Ankew, Mira U W liacoo, Mill
K 11 Urown, Slin L IS htmball, Ark
T 0wl(l. Aik CDt'aae, Ark
D K Morrix.n, Ark C Warner, Mo
II J Campbell, Mo J M'.ore, Mo
T Warrakti Ala A lt iliu.A ,,, n . Oh Irt
J Pratt, N Y W T.nikini iw.Kl
Mim MTompkni,M' T Btune, Ky
11 K Eleiton, Ky H 8 Firber, Tenn
1j A oiiilpinn, 16DD X l iain. xeon
Dr 1 h Combi, aiin A J bonelion. Tenn
V J HornlL.r. Tenn If O Verkes Teun
j ocrtt, lenn v now, lenn
T Ii I'i ntoB. jr. K Y K W Kittle, N Y
t If VV..k L".. If W lt....llA L' -
W Wiinto'n, Term ST Sims Tenn
T II Pur.... Irt, H n II, .,!,.. Arlr
L B Lewis Mim ' 8 R Williams Mill
thai Btmi.inn, Ark 1 K Myers Am
( hia Hurley, Mill 8 K tiinmn, lii
11 11 Jul. Dion, Miu 11 b iiuucan. Aeon.
OiuitaB'a Hotel.
W. H. BINGHAM Maaaoaa.
European plan. Knlarged and refurniibed.
?ricei aooordini to aiie and looa
tion of rooms
R.MonsArk ADrivor.Ark
(( M Millinaton. TennW C Kmley, Tenn
J W Rhodes Ark L A Morris Tenn
J W Price, Ark C II Halley, Ark
ii V Worrell, lenn " If (Jollier, Ara
W 1' Jokmon, Mill Min Uilmoro, Tenn
7. T Carlton. Ark Mr Onlontiy. Ark
JJ Mann, Tenn 11 I) Hnminington, Ark
J 1, ''oinb, will, Mill ) II Farmer, Mif I .
k Weed, Tex I M llamniet, atk
W H Hurry, Mill E T McVoisli. Ark
W II Thompiun.TennB V Locke, icon
II Irhy, Tenn F 8 Markut. Kai
Mm I F Smith, Kai W K i'utreill. Mil!
T a Andorboldl, Mill J A Scott, Tenn;
E Ful "litfo, Tenn P Wilklns Tenn
W i' Tuylor, Tenn Jl T Ilrers Tenn
1) A Campbell, Mill J W Tata, Mif
J T lirowniee, Mill K S fierikins, Mifi
W h t'obb, Ark Mian M Cobb, Ark
H llerrylnan, Kv J K Cnririll, Xann
M ti Maxwell. Tenn E Q Wither!, Miti
K H .iiirrvillei w ,'Ienn K J Ilorner, Tenn
O If llahlwin, Mini F Holmes Mill
J 1' Ilnunton, Miti J A Him man. Ala
M SS Kallcr, Tenn J 8 Kaller, Mi
J M UoukIii". NO J M Clayton, Mini
1) W Chirk, Miia D T Patrick, Ark
P A. Arnold, Mi! W 11 hhi.uria, Tonn
It llrmlorfun, Tenn O H (Iralinui. MU
A A Keynoux, La W J tiutlin, Tenn
Mn 1) oker, Ark J Listen, Ark
II 1' l.it"ti, Ark A U Himpiun, Ala
11 F llulior, Ark Mr butler. Ark
L Finnk. N Y U C Chandler, Win
J ii liuyr.es Mi'l C B Powell, Atk
Min C UUlilaud, Teun.
Penbtxly liolftl.
0. B. OALLOWAY & 00 PRoraiToaa.
Ratet ti 50 and SI per day, according: to
liie and location of room Speoial
ratei made.
J A Deaton, Mill
W A Curtis Ark
V. K Mmilli. N V
Q H Motion, Mil
S J Chester, Tex
II W GraHam.Md
J W Maxwell, USA
K V Maii;ton,MlM
lb .iiniiffLtiui ivurn v " imoFtCH ij u a
A J Van Kntera, N Y J McKlrov, N Y
J Cra.ldnck, Va I) II llranilord, Tenn
Tl 1 It:... ( ; . 1 1 1 T . Mi..
i! n ii, n, mi.a At ii i n i u 111.11 . iutp.
MaterLawrenoe,Miil A L Weuinor, Mill
M Diivii Si w, Tenn E J Kwamon, Tenn
W A Htewart, Tenn J P Lyons Tenn
T KKiililick iw.'ienn Mn II Pulliam, Tenn
FUMnd, Man. AWriKht, Va
II A Webb, 8 0 R A himnion, S 0
A ChiMers Ky W W TaKKert, Ark
W t Mitchell, Tenn J P Cowan if, Ark
W W Cowan, Ark K II Tolliion A f, Ark
W N Yeriter, Min II W Ilradly, Tenn
K U Laurence, Mam E 11 Kittle, N Y
T B l'inton, jr, N Y 8 W (larriion, Ky
II W Fmhor, Tenn T B Yancey, Tenn
H Napier, NY G F Ulaok, Ohio
I) L Hoaa, Tenn H J Petorson, Ohio
E K Fcrrioi, Tmn I Murx, N Y
A 0 Tillman, Mini DAbkeen.Ky
II Wlleainaki. Mill J Hornor, La
E Howard, Md E6Muir, Tenn
B Hunter, jr. Tenn F K Caitlo, N Y
C Cobb, jr.Tex 0 P Wetherell. Mill
I) Brinkley, Ohio LPtartling, Mini
11 A 1'ipos La 11 11 MoC'aleb, La
F AMontvoinery.MiiiJ W Watson, Md
J U Knox, Ten W llThoropion, Tenn
A Friedman, Tonn J Wall, Mini
L Wriiiht, Va 0 E Hughes Tenn
F W VVeatherby.Miii Mrs R M Brown, Mill
Mini M ltovden, Mill J C Taylor, N Y
W P Walker. Ohio B V Mitchell, Ky
(1 l.eve, N V Mr L Alirintroir.tsLa
AM.Scarboronitb.TeniiU Miller, Ara
V L, Hoy.l, Ky II Smti, Mini
R D Black, 111 W M I'inkiton, Tex
J (ioodmau, Mill J W James La.
Dnlfj'a Enropeau Hotel,
Corner of Adami and Main itreeti. Rooms
50o, 7jo and II per day : Amerloan Plan,
$2 per day.
Flr"t r!jii Reitaurant in the Ilotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 yeara with Peabody hotel)
Prourletor.
T J Watts Mo J W Michaili, Ark
T E Binders Mo W I) Barry, Mo
N Cokor, Tenn L llarvev. Mo
11 Honks Ohio R J Smith, Ttnn
W J Robi.rtann, Ala W D Martin, Tex
J II Mnniel, Tex J P Dillnrd, Ark
H 0 Willis TenrT J Bell, Tex
H II Jackion. "a R L McDouiral. Ark
W T I'iekett, Mim W It Watkini, Uhlo
T J Williams Mill
P J Morrow, Ark
R L Howling, Ohio
J Van Hook, Tonn
O Btluthrle, Tnun
W A Iladway.Tcnn
Mrs Honors Ya
A RUiillanl. Ark
ii j jiutier, lenn
W LThui.ion.Iud
0 Jones Ark
J L Muith, Mla
J Kcmtine, Mill
Mn Booker Ao, Ark
WH Park. Tenn
W C Brooks Tenn
Jiimea Pholan. Tenn J J Cox. Mif!
O t Simpaon, Tenn CT Wright, Tenn
L V Pennyinan, Oa
J II Morrison, Tenn
C P Barton, Tenn
W 8 Lane, Ark
S D Henry, Tenn
W TOwon, Tenn
8 M Ward, Mo
Min K Warnke, Mo
W 0 Tichner Aw, lenn
T W Wood, Ark
J Jackion, .""ill
1' T boyinour, Tonn
AMcAbby, Ark.
II f Hoao, lenn
L Smith, Tonn
T J Morris Ark
A Noon As Ark t
8 B Seward, Tenn
Mra Warnke, Mo
A J Warnke. Mo
W 8 Lyon. Ark
J M Anileraon, Mill
R 0 Ackley, Mo
T T t-until, Ark
LOCAL NOTICES
P. M. Stanley, funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madiaon street.
Mies Cabuie M. Keatinu will re
sume her cIshsks in ransic (piano and
vocal) on the lt of October next. For
terms, apply at K. AYitzmann & Co.'s,
Second st ret t,
Ths Herbal Chill Cure, the bent
tonic and antl-perlodlc known. A certain
and sura oare for ohilli. Priced per bot
tle. Bond itamn for niroulars Any ref-
L rente gixen. Addreai John 0. Hacker,
ynohberg, Va.
G. W. Mili.kr A Co., Patent Asbestos
Fire Proof Roofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Uaed on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. No. 55
Madiaon street.
All members of the Ladies' Auxil
iary of the Young Men's Christian As
sociation are requested to be present
at a meeting today at 4 o'clock, at the
rooms in the Lee building.
But few articles have reached such
a world-wide reputation as Anoostuba
Bitters. For over fifty yeats that
they havd been the acknowledged
standard regulators of the digestive
organs. Their success hm incited im
itations. Be sure you get the genuine
article, manufactured only by Dr. J.
G. 11. Siegert & Sons.
ADDITIONAL KIVEKS.
V . . uu..t...,Wn 11 Kink
Arrived and departed: Arkansas City,
Kt. Louis.
Cincinnati. Sr-titeinber 15. Night
River 4 feet M inches on the gauge aud
stationaiy. Woathtr cloudy and wet.
Louisville. September 15. Night-
River falliug, with 3 feet 3 inches in
tbe canal ana 1 loot 1 inch on the lalla.
Buaiuew dull. Weather c'oudy and
raining.
OaiK'1, SfptBmber 15. Night River
5 !ett 7 men? on tr.e gauge and mil'
ing. Weather fa;r Riid rr.ild. Noarriv
aiaof reulnr paikeip. Departed: Buck
eye Kate, Memphip.
fr. Loots, September 15. Night
River (alien 1 inch, and ttnnda ti fret
on the gauir. Weather dear and
pleasant. Arrived: City of Vickeburg,
Vtcksbnrg. Departed: City ol el.
Louis, New Orleans.
All eiia Flower Pots at Gabay's.
Slouoxraui liauglo Slulford.
THE SENSATION
OF SEPTEMBER.
Wc Fall In Line for the
First Fall Month.
THE SUMMER HAS ENDED.
Some Seasonable Sugges
tions for Memphis
Citizens.
The Summer, acoording to the
Almanao, has ended, and it is time
now to think of somethiog else than
how to escape tbe summer heat.
Fall, with its change of climate and
change of clothing, is coming.
For the change of clothing which
is now necessary, the Misfit Clothing
Parlors, No. 2C2 Second street, has
long boon preparing. We have not
been idlo during tho hot months, and
the result of our activity is that we
are now bettor 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.
Tho Misfit Clothing Farlors are
now offering a fine fall stock. If
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 I'nll Suits,
Hanilaonifl Drraa Suits,
Good Ewer Diy Bulla,
Coats and Testa,
A I'iue Line of Pants,
Pant, lor Ureas or Work.
All our Clothing is offered at
prioes which do not represent the
actual first cost ot the goods. By
buying from us you get the finest
Clothing in the world for much less
than its aotual value.
MISFIT
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
a-Remember, all alteration! to insure a
perleot fit, dona frea of ohsrge br a Brit-
elan tailor.
W0RKINGKIEN 1
ATTENTION!
STITCHDOWNS !
FOIl $1 23
Tou can buy of ns a pair of ai
Stiti'hdowu Buckle or Tie tihoes
that coat joii rlaewbere 81 70.
run $t3 oo
Yon can buy a pair or Men's Uai.
lor., Lace Dale or Iliitlou ftliura,
full aloek en 1 rutin, aeanileaa
vainp, aulld sole leather and
counter, every pair warranted,
worth at leaat M 73 lo M OO
rlaewbere.
roit 3 oo
Ton ran buy of tie a pair of Ia
dice' Hid Button Mhoa that yon
cannot aiipatltute rlaewbere for
84 SO.
FOIl 1 75
We oiTer you Iluya' Wood, Ntrong,
Neat Button Knots, audi aa you
never bought before for Iraa than
aa 85 to 82 SO, the alxea rauulua
from 11 to H.
FOIl $3 33
We offer you Ladles' Pebbled Uoat
llntton Mioca, fully worth 89 7S.
BB-ChllJren'i and Mlisea' School Phoea
Cheaper Than Erer, or Anywhere Else,
Call and Convlnoe Yonraelvci.
ZELLUER & GO.
W. A. WHE ATI.EY
ttcal Estate A sent.
AM) V. H. COMMISSIONER
H1 Main, wear Marttaoti.Memphiai.
C. B. BRYAN & CO.,
COALanilWOOD,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Xo. 20 MADISON STREET.
Congressional Convention.
FlUDQt!ATICa
Dmor-BATic Cosobio!ai. Ciimmn,
Xntu DisTRior or TssrKr.
t-eptember 7, 18Mi.
THE Convention of thii 1 i.tr let will
aamhle in the city of MtMFUIh, at thi
KXP(ltlT10N lil'fl.DlNO, at Wo'clockm
on KR1UAY, ISKl'TBMOritt ,, Tor the
purpoaeol nominating a candidate fur Con
greaa. The varioul County toniinittoes will
pleaae take notice and lelect tholr delrgatei
Anr.linlv. tjikln. ai a baaii ot aMiortion-
nient the U.vuorriUio Congreaaionul vote for
ISlit, electing one delegate tor eaoh 10O votei,
and one delegate for each fraction of fifty
votea or over Ihereoi. iiv oroer oi me eom
K.W. BAPtiT, becntary.
JAMES C. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY GO.
Nog. 1290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN..
-WHOLESALE-
MANUFACTURERS MD JOBBERS
-OF-
laddies,
SinDJTltT
VSS" SPECIAL PKICES lc Railroad
JAMES H. HOODBAR.
No. 319 MAIN
G-OOBB
BOOTS
M-0ur Fall and Winter Stock of BOOTS AMD HIIOES the largest in this market, and
now coiuimchj, mu we iutiib ioe meronanu viiitma luomuun uj can ana examine tne lame, ina ibci inai we ieu more man any otner
louae here, and porhapi more than any houne anu'h ot the Ohio rirer. ia lufficieot evidence that nor gooHi and prices are latiaiactory to
he trade. We Kill carry a lanre line of CUkTOW-JI AOK Uuwn.s, ionludine the oelebratid lieo. Hooker Calf Boota, Kriur endort.
Dittman
ft Co.'! liadles' Kid, Uoat and Call,
ny hii.e.
IeTlIel Craba, Bhrlnap,
Salmon, Frcata Can Mackerel,
Nardlnea, Lobatera,
Brook Trout, Oyatera,
Mackerel In Tomato C'atanp,
Sweet Stnfled Plcklea,
Sour Pick lea by thecal, and In Jars,
Pickled Oulona, Hot Relish,
Wooater Sauce, Tomato Calanp,
Capera, Hnatard, Curry Powder,
Salad Breaalns;, Ollvea, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheeae, Celery Banco,
Celery Salt, Cte , Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
R. KUPFERSCHMIDT,
IMPORTER AKP DSALXR. IH
Sans, Ammnnitlon, Fishing Tacklf
ana itiise-isan noons.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
aili MAI il.MA, IM u.n h I. T.M!
Manufacturing and Repairing oi Qan a
ppeoiauy.
Young & Brother,
Eooksellers and Stationers.
318 Mtabi fit., If emphls,Tenj
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
Artists' Materials,
TUBE PAINTS, CASTAS, Etc.
sc3 Jt
o
o
H i
TJ 5
N
T 2
And jj
B ?
R
O 8
REMOVAL
Otto ScIiwill&Co.'s
SEED STORE
Removed to 308 Front St.,
Betweon Monroe and Madiaon, Nearly
Oppoaite PoatolBce.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Importer! and dealer! In Onno,Amnn.
nlllon and Elalilna; Tax-lali, Manara-
Hardware, Mxtilrla Bella ana n-
nnnrlatornfor Uoteli and Keaidancei.BaS
H -. . ... HAH.kla Vmimm Klafllrlf
mppliei alwayi oa hand. Repairing neatlj
none.
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
SI1EA ft MCCARTHY, ProprB,
140,112,144 Front, Memphis.
ONI OT THI LAR8KST BOILIR BH0P6
In the Booth, and the only eomp eU
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Work! tn theoitr.
Hannfaclnron of heavy plate Iron,
work of every deiterlptton. fipeotal
att.nloi rt.a Ta.iion wprlf.
Frank Schumann,
Tmnn.tjk. anil T..lar In
Ciniie, I'lahlu Tarhle and Hiforlav
inrn'aNnppllea. ojrSpeoial attention
given to MANUF ACIUR.LN1 and RK
PAIRING. T THE rCHLI.
WE, the undcraiirned, havinir bonnht the
entira buainsai of luanufacturini;
Furniture, Mattreea,Awnlni;a, Tent!, etc..
Irom lloury liuttoiiberit, would reapeottullr
aak a ahare ol Tour patronaire, knowing: lull
well that, Irom lone experience, we can and
will aive entire auiiafaction to all work en
trusted to ui. We will be ready at all timei
to furnlih Awninxa, Tenti, Paulim and all
blnlnffl.n.ii.n.lri miilr..ll k inilfl Of firit-
olam Mattreaaei; ropair, varnish and make
all kindi of Furniture; reupholater Parlor
Buitf , and deliver oodi free of cha-re. -ar-pets
renovated in the true Peraian atyle. All
worn done promptly and at living price..
U. Uullvnbrrv A to., 231 becoud,
E. F.
Harness,
IL'ltBWABB AMD
m
ant. levee Contractors for Wagon,
HBTAHIjiBnHnjlBOO,
WM. V. CLAUK. E. J. CAKRIKGTOS.
WIIOIjEaAljH
& SHOES
STREET ..MEMPHIS,
beside! a large variety of other laakei. Our
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
Ao. 7 3I.1DISO.V STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : : : $100,000
WM. KATZENBERGEH, President. 1. KATZEN ItERGEK. Cashier.
IKTERF.ST ALLOWED ON BKPOSITN, FKOM 81 VP.
Ta thi Tra
THE IMMEKSE
Have attained, haa Induced unprincipled manufacturer! to place on the market a bast
Imitation. We hereby caution the public that all Genuine Cigarroi will bear A KKD teal
on each box. and our Factory Kuuiber, aoo, 3d IliNlrlrt, 81. .
The only all long Havana filler cigar on tbo market for & oenta.
OXOO. r. XaXXIS 3 OO.,
Factory 300, 3d District, JNY.
MOON & JOYQEB, Wlielcsale Agents,
"TIIE STANDARD OF THE WORLD.'
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STYLES, 825.00 AND UPWARD,
arTKRMS Caih, or aaay Monthly Installment!. Writ for IlluitraUd Catalegue.-m
O- KL. HOUCKL tSs OO.
SOLE AOEXTS FOR THE SOUTHWEST,
Uo. SOO XarZealia. St., MempMai, Tonn.
. ltl Galon Street, Waanvllle. - Mo. 1100 Olive Street, St. LonlT
Eo WFEZW AMMi Co.
Wholesale Dealers
Sole Agenta for the following
STEIISWA.Y and K1STA.BE
IIAWOS Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
OltCiAXSCIough & Warren, and Smith American.
BrA NEW 7-OCTAVE PIANO FOR 8190.
Write for Catalogue.'. Xo. 231 and 22.1 Seeond Street, Memphis.
WHOiiESALE GROCERS,
JCST KECEIYISO AXD IN STOKE,
1,000 haffs TVew Croi (Senson 18S), Rio Coflee.
,000 kt'KSlron and hteel 'ails-best brands.
1,000 barrel Rciincd SHRar-ail Kratlow.
100 barrt'N New oi (season lClec.
1,500 kRM. Eoat aud Refined Lard.
150 lierees luivnfcscd llanis.
lOO boxes Ilreftkl'MHt Baeon.
1,000 bags Shoi, Powder and Caps;
1 OOO boxes Canned dloods, Sardines, yters, Ete.
1,000 bxs. pure New Cream Cheese silver Moon llrand.
1,000 bags hand-picked Virginia and Tennessee Feauuts.
u - j - f . - ..I.I...IaJ l..nJi nftlf .
jTianniiieiurerH ui iiic Beifwr ........ ... ...
VEK MOOXnud MtJU'lIl l'ure Stick Candy, and linking
w
TmnnHor of Foreiirn Fruits. lemons. Oranges,
Raisins, Nuts, Ete.
Xos. 284: ana 2S6 Main
W
Mill ! "aarket,
Meat of
lgatly-
Carriages
Buggies,
209 MAIN STREET,
IA U ii y II IW ' IU? IMF
ts and Slioes
B
261 ST.
0
OUR f TOCK OF B00T3 AND SHOES FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR IS MORS
eomple e than ever, ooroprUinij not oily the beat and flneat but ulio luU line! of me
dium, durable and ityliah goods, which weoncr at low Cgurei.
TO TIIK THAU: we offer menial IndueementJ. Carrying; mot of our good In
SOLID 8IZKS, we are prepared to 1111 ordin tor ai'ecial niei at NO tTRA COal, thui
enabling Jlorohanti to 611 In without being compelled to buy goodi not needed.
IDXaESSL 333EI.O- tdS3 OO.
A rent a ror the Celebrated W. L. Bonrlaa 0S Men'a Calf Sboea and 83
Boja" Shoea In all aijlea.f
aya-ILLUSTRATED CATALOG UB ADD PRICK LISI MAILED FREE.-
MEYEK, X ec'j and rema.
Collars
l.EATUEIt.
Scraper and C" Wornegs. -
F. O. JOXES.
TENNESSEE.
one of the larireit to be found In any market
Kaitern ma'te goods cannot be lurpasaerl by
i!eai!t!f)ii(i!:er3
POPULARITY OUR
and Publishers,
Firtt-CIasi Imtramenta:
Street, : Mcmpnis, renn.
& OLIVER,
with a mil aaaart
New and
Flnlene
Saddlery.
Harness.
t i
MEMPHIS, TENN.
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