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RAILROAD TIM TABLE.
LoiIktIUp, few Orleana and Trias R'y
w JIINBlftSIPPI TU,KI KIHTIj,
ad after Mi; t. ltW6, passenger tralni on
tnu roan win run a tollowi :
t Abl MAIL. Booth. .orth.
MephuJ.-...A.. 4:30 p.m 9:11 ..m
tla... ...B 8:39 p.m T:21 i.m
Lela.d .... ...C 10:03 p.m 4:17 a. m
Viokbarg.....D.. lMiOe.m 1:13 a.m
BarriaoB B 1:44 s.m 11 .16 p.m
fthU.. F. 6:25 a.m :3R p.m
aton Kar..0... 6:14 a.m 7:M p.m
Mew Orleane. H t:U0 a.m 6:U0 p.m
A With all linei entering. M.mphti.
B-With M. A N. W. K. R. lor Helena.
C For (Jreenville and Huntington, and all
D-Wlth V. k M. and V.. S. ft P. Railroadi.
E-With N., J. AC. R. &. lor atone, and
7 For Point oa th. Branoh.
Q With steamers for Bavon Sara.
H With railroadi diverging ior Florida.
lexai ana voasupoinu.
J AS. M. EDWARDS, V. P.andO. M.
A. JlflArri tt. i. A.
leslaslppl and TnamM,-Tralni
nor a. followii New Orleans mail arrival
daily at : a. m. ; leaves aauy at o :uu p.m.
Sewaert Mewa and Mississippi Val-
iey irain. mora aj loiiowai rait ilna
laaTM at 10:00 a.m.i bt. Louli fait Una
laarei at 6 :30 p.m. i Faat lin. arrives at 1 :30
p.m. i St. boon rut una arrival at V ;U5 a.m.
Lonl.rllle and HashTllle Tralni
mora a followti Faat mail arrival daily at
:lt i.m.i Mares auuiui p.m.i mail leave!
da y at 1U:IU a.m.i arrival at 4:00 n.m.
Brownivlll. aooommodatiom leave, daily'
i oept Sunday, at 6:00 p.m. I arrival daily,
io.pi ounaay, at a :w a.m. uianaara time).
.enapbls and Little Rock. Tnlm
moT. ai tollowi (central itandard time):
Wo. 1 laav.i daily at 4:20' p.m. arrival at
V:Hp.m. Ho. 8 leave, at 6:n5 a.m. j arrival
at 8 150 a.m. No. 6 (fr.ight) leaval Hopelleld
dally (.inept Sunday) at 6:00. a.m. I arrival
at 7:10 p.m.
Cluir It unto IKnnm Cllr. Nnrlna--
old and Memphis) Tralni leave M. and
T. depot ai tollowi: no. 4. hanaas City ai-
preai, laaveiat 10:45 a.m.i No. 8, Kanial
vity .xpreii, arrival at aswi p.m. no. i.
fieniai uity man, leave, atfl.-Hi p.m. I flo.u,
Kamai City mail, arrival at 8:4a a. in. No.
S, Bt. Louli and Chieao expreai, leaval at
6:00 n.m. 1 Na. 1. Bt. Loeial and Ch oaioex-
press, arrival at 8:45 a.m. la affect Sunday,
April is, isao.
Memphis and Charleston Tralni
move a follown Through express leaval
dally at 10:40 p.m. Mail and ax press leaval
dally at 10:00 a m. bomervillo aooommodi
tion leave! daily, except Sunday, at 5:30
a.m. Throuxh exnresi arrival daily at 5:25
a.m. Mail and ex preii arrival dally at 1C:U0
p.m. enmervnia accommodation arrival
dally, exoept Sunday, at e;3U a.m.
eimnbta, Rlrnilnahnrn and Atlan.
He Holly Bprlnxi Kouto Traim move ai
leivai Memphii daily at 3:45
P m.i arrival at Holly Bprinn at 5:
Ma. i leavei Ilnlly Bnrin.i daily
a m., arrival at Mamnbli at 11 :15 a.
:&8 p.m. i
nnhii at 11 iln a.m. i Na.
6 Uavei Memphii daily at 7:16 p.m., arrival
ai uony Dpnnii at ii:n p-m.t Ko.n laav.i
Holly bprlnii daily at 3 ilk a.m., arrival at
jnimpnu atniio a.m,
For Arkantot: Fair weather; windi
For Tennetiee and Kentucky: Fair
vtatlur; cooler wimh, generally wetterly.
in lenneuee ana vumtierland tiven
will rite tlighily; the othert will remain
Time" Bar. Ther. Wind. W'ther
7K ,m. 2(1.077 73.0 S E. Clear.
8.-00 p.m. 2!) 042 84.5 S. Fair.
10:00 p.m. 20.9W 77 0 8E. Clear.
Maximum temperature, 85.5. '
ffunimnm temperature, 72. 8.
( Oione, 11 a.m., 1.
la tbe Cattaa ateciaa.
DIOHAL Haavici, U. B.Abmt,
September 10, 1880 -5 p.m. I
Division of telegrams and reports for
turn oeieni oi commerce and agricnl
tore. Cotton region bulletin for the
twenty-iour Hours ending September
."M mini, p.m.
HXMrHIl DIS- ! 2 5 Jr S
? I f B
Mamphli ',. M 73
Nashville- 87 60
Grand Junction... 85 00
Corinth 80 09
Tuscumbia 84 7
Decatur 00 09
Ssottflboro 89 03
Hernando 85 07
Biteaville 82 73
Grenada u 85 07
Cavington. 87 I 72 I
Dyersbarg.u 80 71
Arlington 80 70
Brownsville 8-1 70
Milan So ?Q
rarla.M 85 f,Q
Bollvsr.. m 71
Holly Springs 8 68
Oxford 80 71
Bums 1023 130(5
Means 85 4 (18 7
a B E
New Orleans. ...
The chain gng is at work in
The LsMoyne Normal School will
Open uciober 4 th.
The two-thirds rule is not likely
to bother anybody today.
Chattel mortgdges are beginning
. .w. .u.w M;ginvci o UUiLQ,
Yoxmg LoiUet" Journal and Review
tie la Node lor October at Mansford'a.
The Congressional Cnnvantinn
meets today to nominate Mr. James
Nelson Gas, for attempting to rut
j-eiroiman mcv-ormicx, was lined f'.'o
Candid ntse for Magistrate to sue'
ceea justice tuigiey rjecome more
W. A. Cullier writes Chairman
Maitin from Battle Creek, Mich., in-
Closing $iu lor ttie Charleston suflerers.
' In the Probutu Court yesterday
H. Hindrman was appointed guardian
of Mrs. M.rv Howard, who keeps a
grocery in North Memphis, arid who
recently went insane.
John Fogan, who shot and killed
John Alexander several days ago, hai
utterly broken down. He weeps And
will not be comforted. He realizes
that tho Stato bus a strong case
Ths Firemen's Ralief Association
did two bandsaroe things yesterday.
They made a donation of $25 to the
Jiremen of Victoria, Tex., who recenIy
had their apparatus destroyed by a
storm, and $50 to the suffereia at
Fortuue Djw i one of the most
unmitigated tcoundrels eritti irhom
the police have to deal. He has spent
hall his life in. the Station Houae. No
sooner bad he paid line in thel'olice
Court yesterday morning lor carrying
a pistol than he started cut to work a
new villainy acd was rearrested lor
The rerent scoop of the Knoxville
Chronicle by the Journal of that city
seems to have been agiod thing for
the Tribune, too. The Knoxville Tri
bune seems to be enjoying a healthy
boom. It now issues a double sheet
on Sundays, and shows other alecs of
incressed prosperity. Messrs. Bean,
Summers & Wallace, who have been
the proprietors of Hie Trilmne for the
pest eix years, are enterprising young
inert and deserve great credit lor hav
ing built np valuable newspaper
from almost nothing. The Tribune't
editorials have the tiue Democratic
ring. No Southern newa.aper has
more cleirly and ably discuned the
impottaot questions of the day.
-T.artlett wants her charter ba"k.
Two yeats ago it was a flourishing
town and a shipping paint of no mem
importance. The saloon business, like
other things, was brisk, and a majority
of the citizens determined to break up
the traffic by asking for a repeal of the
cnarier wmcn would prohibit Its sale
nnder the law makinir it a tienaltv to
sell intoxlca ing liqaois within four
miles ol an incorporated institution a
learning. The chatter was abolinhec
and the town became a graveyard so
iar is ouunesi is concerned. A peti
tion Is now being nrjmeronnlv maand
by tbe leading men of the nlars.
church members included, to have the
Liegisiaturw niHkw lt.rtiwtt a city again
J. 8. Drake has returned from
tour of Canada and Saw F.nolnn
Miss Kmilv Whitb. hai re'nrned
from a seven weeks' trip to Eutek
Mats. Fan Nays, clalrvovant. has
returned and will be found at the old
stand, Ko. 177 Third street, near Pop
M. J. Andrews Is circulating
moDg Dis menus, tie was tormerly
wua menaen nro., Dut is now a ris
lng merchant of Clinton, Mo.
Tbi friends of Mr. J. I). Monteilnn
lco have been nrging him to become
candidate for the State Senate, and it
is understood that he has consented 1 1
go before the Democratic convention,
(i. M. ItnRTWTPV nf T?!nl.ir XXIaa
shipped on the 8th instant to Suggs &
Pet' it the first bale of cotton of tbe
new crop Irom Tippah county, Miss.
Mr. Uostwick is a Junta and influen
tial merchant at Ripley, Miss., and
bandlfs a large amount of cotton, all
of which be ihips to our city.
Tri announcement of Mr. Jn.. F
Brown as a candidate for the State
senate appears in the Aitbal today.
His former services in thn Lr o-lnltnr.
the extent of hla arnnaintnnoA. tint
only at home but all over the state,
euuue HIS name to tna uprlnna rnn.
sideration of his pirty. Few men are
belter posted about public sflairs and
a long residence in this county, a bu-
laineu iniorest in its we fara nt, All
times, make him admirably qualified
in every way ts represent Shelby in
we next iegisiaiure.
Cl-OMNO prices of October ontlon.
at vnicago yeeteruay: rorx, fl0 45:
lard, f0 25: clear rib aides, f 7 Al
corn, 39jo; wheat, 70 Jo; oats, 201c
Visitors on 'Change yesterday : W.
Baker. Aberdeen. Mian. Mn. ft
T. Ba'sett, Memphis; Mis. J. 8. Bas
SBlt, Chicagej Fied Attmane, Black
Hawk, Mhs. ; Mis Katie Ford, Arling
ton, Tenn. ; Miss Annie McOeoy, city j
Mrs. M. M. Beattie and Mir.es May
and Grace Beattie. Georira H. Womnl.
jr., nd Mrs. T. K, Weasel, Nashville;
Col. 0. J. Moore, Mississippi; Co!. W.
u. iuciananan, Mason; w. O. Hate
man, Lucy, Tenn.; George Finley,
Hollv Sprlnsg: M. W. Taouarl li na
Bluff ; A. P. Howel, Utile Rock ; B. D.
Pennington, Clarksville, Atk.
. change says; During the
IhL Tl'lir " . 1:11 V il ,
mi conuuion 01 uie tra
tins improved to such an extent tbat
as the season closes there Is a marvel
ous contrtHt with the k tuition of fou:
tcon or more months ng . At the
present time, taking the trade as n
whole, lubor is occupied, ihe Iocuh
and epindles are all busy, etocks of
goods are biiihII, the margin between
cotton and cloth la fair, and coiisuiiin-
tion is going forwur J at an accelerating
rate. In a word, aithough there is n j
speculation aud no excitement either
among Boilers or huyerj, there is
quiet, healthy, regular demand for
K lods, just about taking up the
monthly out turn of the mills.
kViRYTiima points to a b'g fall
trade. The following from a New
York paper gives a hint as to the
situation there: Broadway is so
blocked with truiks loaded with
freight from the dry goods and other
snipping districts thai it is almost lnv
possible to mn street care. Many sin
gle houses are occupying sidewalks
from two to four Mockj with cases of
goods awaiting shipment. Railroads
have lines of trucks waiting, often
two mi es lonj, taking from two
to five hours to deliver their
ireignt lor shipment. Railroads
report that their bomnese is better
than at any time in live years, and
show it bv their earnings. In coal and
iron the demand exceeds tbe supply.
All other branches of commerce niaks
ine same report.
U K. DonelsDn to W. B. Gate?, lota
21, 22 and 23, block 49, Fort Picker
Ing, each 25 feet front on Walker
street, ior the aura of $750.
E. Astrain and wife to G. H. Jordan,
trustee, to secure Marion Provioe in
the sum of $240, lot 78, north side
Alston street, 64x160 feet, in the Four
teenth Civil Dottier.
W. J. Chate to John Johnson, one
half of the undivided one-half of 6 lots,
1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, block 11, uo feet front
on the eatt aide of Tennessee street by
ISO feet deop, for the mm of if 3812 50.
K M. White to Mary E. Heron,
deed part lot 602, north aide Court
reet, 40x148 feet, for the sum of
Jack Richardson to W. II. Hughey
et al, pn of lot 6, of Holmes suodi
v sion, 105x210 feet, for the miuj cf $50.
John Scheibler to J. W. Sueibler, 4
acres in country, for the mm of $85.
fc. G. Cartwilirht 1. 1 J W Klihlo-
lot of land in country, J nines Freeman
grunt, for tbe. sum ol $400.
J. S. Count IO Cuth Knot or ln 111
and 37, Wright subdivision, block No.
1, 30 feet front on Vriii a.na
$1300. " '
J-.Jwa il Irhv to A
al, trustees, pa't of 612 acre t r Ai t in
count'y; couaideration.love and aliec-tion.
O. B. OALLOWAV CO .PaoniiTOs.
J ana per day, accord in. to
siav aua location or rooin Special
F Downey. Mo R A Si mnson. S C
C H Dolbar, Ark N J Uulliilca. Mill
T J Munn, Tex II J Uolton &w. Mill
UBeaiei, Ark J T Fuller if, Tenn
J M foatterday, Ohio J N Carter if. Mill
Mn Craiir f, Mill M'l McCracken, Mii
JtT,Xu'" ""i J " Mowacten, aim
Miia B fai lor, Mill Mn U Mclieiiee, Alii.
ii morn", lenn ; Lel. lii
Mim Rl'hillipi.MiH li- II Phillipi, Mill
ii moore, unio w (Jrav, K X
Wm L Clarke, Tenn J M Liddell. jr. Mill
W A Ponntrn. N If OA Fulix. N Y
u o inn, i.nn
J 0 Taylor, N Y
W O Price, Mi.i
J C Lyon, N Y
I) Wiillor, N Y
AT .Mitchell, Ky
(1 1) rliumlen, Tann
J L Frieilinan. Ohio
0 U Ooua-lai, La
J Nornianl, Tonn
J I' Ml)oiialil, Mim
) K Fallen jr, Tenn
H Oppcnbeituer, Ky
II Owoni, Ky
W P t urtii. N O
I) A ' keer, Ky
K W Parker, Mo
N W Ibptitt, Tens
W L Church. Ohio
J Oraham, To nil
F CoiDiniinlar. Tenn
A W Itn.ckway, Tenn
J II lliicoe Aw, Tenn
i u retoi, unio
F M Duval, Tenn
O D (iriflin, Mifi
Mm Uouilai. La
A T McNeill, Tonn
. I) Jenninga, M:ei
w (i tinker, SIi-i
W V hill. Tonn
Li Wliite, Ky
I) I Hull, Mim
h W 1'ioraon, Va
J W Cninplon- Ky
W II Fiynn. Ky
A Miller, Tenn
H W Miioro, Tenn
W K VauKhn, Tenn
B i) 1'illow, Ark
B M Carr, III.
Tbe Hew Uavoao.
FARRINQTON, STEWART k WHITE,
Ratal, 12 50 to tt per day, aooordlng to loca
tion ol roomi.
BPMcKormon, Ark AR Cook, Ark
J I) Knule. Ark
1' r Buntini. Mill
W CMcllbee, Mill
Mini Kirk, Mim
W I) Miller, Mill
Mii K Miller, Mil.
O W Meek, Mim
M FCook, Ky
C Cliambori, Tenn
A 1' Howell, Ark
0 Here, Fa
A L Dodge, Mo
A J llebrun, Ohio
KJ Hurt, Mo
1 U Willi ti
F M Koolt iw, Mim
CM I'rilchclt. Ui
Mn C V Millor, Mill
J II Witaoii, Mill
B II Williamson, Mill
V 1 Maron dew, Midi
Ham Klsai. Ohio
A I) Armitronir, Tenn
j B urake, fenn
J J Fletcher, Ind
S K Freeman, Ind
0 B I'ayae, Mo
ll ,7 II llllfllUB. .UU
K B CollinH. Mim
J A Willis, Mill
0 K Ilullarlleld.Tonn K 1) Kagland, Tonn
B i lllacli, Ark KJU
K ts Jonen, Ark
II Barker, Mo
W MoKowan Set, La
It W Uruoki, Tonn
FO Merrill, DO
W M Dean, N Y
W C Nolx.n. Tenn
(1 Therrell, Mill
D Knox, Tonn
Z lliirrid. Mim
Mill T McManui, La
J n VanUorn, La
O L Ourley, DO
11 Ka-iner. Mim
T K Kichanlion, Miu
n ii iKirning-fl, jam
o a i.eitn, Mim
K L Smith, Mil.
0 II Fool a. Mo
L C Klehash. Ala
0 O Johnnon, T.nn
l) n Ulay, Ky
r M Caiiey, Mill
H K Matliewi, Mil.
El) Winter Aw, Mill
Ia u Hurt, 'lenn
M 1 enter, Mm
K K Thorn, j, Tonn
I MoCraok.n, Ohio.
W. II. BINGHAM Mimnn.
European plan. Enlarged and refurniih.d.
rrioei aooorning to ma and loca
tion of roomi.
T Ilanaell, Mo WO Flynn, Mia.
(1 Arnold, Tenn fi Prince, Mam
P M Wilnnn. Ark W II U'ril,f t,v
T II (liirilner. Kv W 1) Hoeaki. Mia.
J Williauii, Miu Mri W W illiami, Mim
n n. ivuneriaon, oiiaa Aiim w ualtora, Mm
Miai l'I Knifo-,1. Mim C. II Flint l- MS..
J W Little. Ky . Mn (1 W Wile. Mim
Mim u I'lliirnei.Bliii A M Wynn Aw, Mill
ii d en. renn ii ii ldiui. i .nn
J T MllbrV. Mi,H A Mnrr. T.nn
J W A Brown, Tenn HPOvermeyer, Mill
ii uiarx, aifi r. u moure, Uhio
M Kreinor, Tenn W 8 Jonea, Tenn
Mrs A (ilenn ilio.MiiiJ A Oien, Mam
F W Terrell. Arlr Rill.,....!. Ml..
J M Dean, Ala T II Doan, Ala
W C Battle, Tenn W II Thomai, T.x
W II Oaiton.WiLo.TaxJ Uutei. Tenn
J Naylor, fenn J Anderson, Tenn
jnisH xii ii.wier, oils.
1) VV Peck. Ark
it i.iiTwur, niK
J A II,., hM. T-nn
J II Coilello, Mill
K D Annarann Aw. Ariel! 10 Hill irA u:..
i S,?'n Tonn I Honimel, Tenn
8 Williams, Tenn JOLaoy, Tann
J a Ooiipwood, Tenn Miss L Lanv. T.nn
Mill C Laov. Tenn Ml.. I. Ilnnl.. T.nn
" uiinmi,iann u u nation, Ark
11 B Hunt, Tenn M Bell, Tenn
Mim 8 Bell, Tenn Miss 0 Boll, Tenn
Misi 0 Bowan, Mill J W Boyd, Tonn
W 0 Newiom. Tenn M F Hn.e. T.nn
Mn Campbell. Tenn Mim E Campbell, T.nn
jhim o Dmuu, xean
DnOy'a European Hotel.
Corner of Adam, and Main .treat.. Room.,
ww, iuu,uu,iii,rut7i Am.rioan rian.
a. per aay.
Flrat-fltaa. V-.t-Mr-n. in .V - TTnt.i
J. M. DUi'i'Y. (10 year. withPeabody Hotel)
P M Mnrrli. T.nn B 1. 11... I. T...
J R Brillin. Kv W A It.-...
" iiouie, 'loan M MonaRhan jr, Tenn
B T tlould, Mich A Trotter. Tenn
1 1'Andwerkor,, Tenn J H 6hepherd, T.nn
R ,EL llama, Tenn A McAfiy, Ark
i murni. i.nn M..n-. Hi.
W D Urav. T.nn
M L Wllliami, T.x
T8 Malcolm, Ky
J L Casey, Ark
II R Day, La
W B Adams. Ky
C J Wood, N Y
F J Hawkins, Tenn
II I Patterion, Tenn
H Ltwrenoa, Ark
T L Weill, Ark
W II Attoway, Mo
R L Feririiion, N Y
II M Morrison, Tenn
R J Murphy. Ark
0 A (Iriffln. Miai
T P Miiloolm, Ky
n m nauan, lex
w t d
' A r .i .mil, mtsi
M T Weeki, Mo
R L Adama. Kv
3 L Robortion, Mill
P Kearns, Ala
W 0 Ilrooki, Tenn
R J Cowan, Tonn
K L ll.ndonon, L I
W T ltnliMi,.. linin
W II Davldfon, Mo
W W Withers, Tenn
A 0 ncott, Mill
I U Baan, Md
P. M. Stanlkv, funeral director and
emuainior, 0a WaUiaon street.
a t a-i . . -a r r m
JVIIFS VABltlK XVI. ABATING Will TO-
sumo herrltBflesiu muBic (plnuo an 1
vocal) on tbe ht of October next. For
terms, apply at h. Witzuiann & Oo.'s, I
rjuconu strut i,
Tin Herbal Chill Onre, the best
ton io and ntl-reriodlo known. A sertaln
and lore ouro lor chilli. Price II per boU I
ne. oenu siampi ror circulars. Any ref
.renr.. .Ix.n. Addran John C. Ruoker,
U. W. Mili kr A Co.,ratent Asbestcs
rue trooi nooiers. tor durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, leit and gravel roofa. No. 65
fcho Chcwotl Tobacco.
Misi Pollv Gehii?, of Washington
township, Pa., who recently died at
the age of 84, was always a manly
sort of woman. She hired out to the
larmers to work in tbe field, and could
Uo a man's work. She smoked and
cnewea tooacco lor over fifty years,
and boasted tbat she lia,l riAvar hail a
beau, and that no man ever lived wbo
aarea to ask ner to marry him. If
she bad chewed Ko-ko Tulu she would
r.ave uveu a century.
Fine Watch repairing at Malford'g
Boy Grates, Front, Fenders, Stoves
and Stovepipe at Gat-ay's.
y w "7-lab"... Lom"", to do
All 8iz Grates at Gabay'e.
Order MMiiIlord Made Medals.
$0 CO to St. Louis and Return.
By the Gulf road, on (September 8th,
19th and 20tb. Tickets good until the
30th. This is the only line that runs
tuiougn coicnes. I'lenty of r.wni will
be provided lioth in sleepers and
coacnes. For tickets and beitns call on
Ticket An.nl. 31 Ma.llson street.
Mnlford, Jeweler, 2U4 Main,
Ilcits orders from t he country.
All sits Flower Pots at Gabay'e.
All styles and prices to order.
Sletnphis S;eam Shirt Factory, 224
Mouoaraiu Hniiglew Jrlulfortl.
Cotton Need llulln
for tale at City Oil Work.
Va to MnilMiae l aiamanil.. for
yeur Plumblna- and ii-t luiut
MolldftsllTerware at JUiiUortl's
Wo Fall in Line for the
First Fall Month.
THE SUMMER HAS ENDED.
Some Seasonable Sugg(
tlons for Memphis
The Summer, according to the
Almanac, has ended, and it is time
now to think of something else than
how to escape tho summer heat.
Fall, with its change of climate and
change of olothing, is coming.
For the change of clothing which
is now necessary, the Misfit Clothing
Parlors, No. 2C2 Second street, has
long been preparing. We have not
been idle during the hot months, and
the result of our activity is that we
are now better able than ever to offer
great 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. 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 panU
may be necessary to piece out your
fall attire. Well, we have prepared
for just such emergencies. We have
New Fall Nulla, ,
lland.ome Dr Suits,
Good Every Daj Bulla,
Coats and Veals, , .
A Fine Line of Pauls,
FanU for Dreas or Work,
All our Clothing is ottered at
prices which do not represent the
aotual first oost of the goods. By
buying from us you get the finest
Clothing in the world for much less
than its aotual value.
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
Remember, all alteration! to inaur. a
perfect It, don. fr. of chirge by a Unt-
FOU $1 25
Yeu can buy of u. a pair of Hen'a
Slilchdown Buckle or Tie Shoe,
that coat you eliewhcrn Hi 70.
FOIt Ijl3 00
You ran buy a pair of Men'. Clat
ter., Lace llal. or Button Mioea,
full aloek calfaklu, seanilesi
I vamp, aolid sole leather aud
counter, every pair warranted,
worth at leant 83 73 to M OO
roit 3 oo
Ton ran buy of n. a pair of La-
UieV Hid Button Mhoea that yen
cannot .ubatitute cl.ewhere for
FOB $1 75
We offer you Boys' Good, Ntronar,
Heat Button Shoe., inch aa you
never bouaht before for la than
09 90 to 99 OO, tbe .lie. ruanloa;
from 11 lo 9.
FOB 3 33
We offer you Ladles' Pebbled tioat
Button Shoe, fully worth 99 70.
crChlldnn'i ni Mlsaai' School Bhoei
Cheaper Than Ever, or Anywhere Elae.
Call and Convino. Yourselrti.
ZELLNER & CO.
W. An WIIE ATIaEY
Real Estate iffcnt,
AXD IT. S. COMMISSIOXEB,
SMI Mala, near Madlaon.Meniphlw.
C.B. BRYAN fc CO.,
COAL and WOOD,
WIIOLESALB AND RETAIL,
II Xo. 20 MADISOS STREET.
Dmor.iTic Conukikiioii.i. Com mittki,
1 XNTU X11BTRICT OF IIIIIN.F.MKI.
tiepteniber 7, 1MW.
TUE Convention of thil District will as
semble in the city of MEMPHIS, at th.
EXPOSITION 111'11.1'INH. at 12 o'clock m.
on FRIDAY, SM'TKMUKU 17, lfstl. forth,
purposed nominatin. a candidate for Con
.real. The vurioul County Conimlttoea will
nleaae t.k. notice and lolect their dele.nte.
apeotdln.lv, takln. ai a baaii ol apportion
ment the Demooiatio Con aressional vote for
lvil, electin. one dele.ate lor each llal rotes,
and one delerate for each fraction of fifty
votes or over iherof. Hv order of the com
mittee, c. A. t-TAINIIACK, Chairman.
jN. . Uii'iieT, becritary.
SEPTEMBER 17. 1886.
I 8 "E! 'wrd.tti
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
HaT SPECIAL PBICES to Railroad ant. levee Contractor fur fTafrnn
JAMES M. eOODBAR.
BOOTS & SHOES
Wo. 319 MAIX STREET them Pirns. Tvvvruivr
fX?!'. 5UI WJnt" of B?TS
Deviled Crabs, Shrimp.
Salmon, Fresh Can Mackerel,
Brook Trout, Oj.lera,
Mackerel In Tomato t'al.np,
Sweet Stuffed Pickle.,
Sonr Plcklea by the al. and In Jar.,
i-i ca lea union., Hot Bellsb,
Wooater Sauce, Tomato iJal.un.
Caper, Hnatard, Curry Powder,
Salad Drnilng, Ollvei, Olive OH,
Cream Cheeae, Celerj Sauce,
Celery Salt, Ele., Ele.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
IMPORTER AND SEALER IN
9anfl, Ammnnltlon, Fishing Tacklf
ana uase-iiaii uootls. -
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
994 Slain attrenl. Mmnhi. T.n.i
Manufaoturln. and Repairint of Quni a
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers.
218 Mala St., M einphls, Tem
Lacrolx's Mineral Colors,
TUBE PAOT8, CANTAS, Etc.
Removed to 308 Ft cat St.,
Between Monro, and Madison, Nearly
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Imnorteri and daalan In tvinns. Ammu
nition and Elalilait Tackle, Unllders'
Hardware. Kleelrle Bella tail An-
nnnelalora for Hotel! and Residences, a8
Main atreet, Blemphla, Tenn. ElMtrlc
inppliai alwayi oa hand. Rapairla neatly
SHEA k MCCARTHY, Propr's,
140, U2, HI Front, Memphis.
rVRl 01 TBI LARS 1ST BOILIR BHOFt
in iai dd.ihi ana ta. omy oompiobv
Doner ana oneei-iron Work. Is tneoity,
Hannfaetnrera of heave nlate Iron,
work of every description. Bpsotai
ainnniinn vivan .n VH.ntattnn worsr
Importer and Dealer la
Haas, rishlnaj Taenia and S porta.
men's Supplies, aa- Speolal .ttentlo.
liven to MANUFACTURING and R1-
413 Main RtnfemphlM, Tenn
TO THE PUBLIC.
WE, the nndorsi.ned, harint bon.ht th.
entire business of nienufaclurinc
Fnrnitnre, Mattresses, Awnin.s, Tents, etc.
Irom Henry liuttenbetx, would respectfully
ask a share of your pairona.e, knowin.full
well that, Irom Ion. experience, w. can and
will ive entire satisfaction to all work en
trusted to us. Wo will be ready at all times
to furnlah Awniniri, Tents, Paulini and all
kinds of csnvaiworkt make all kindsof flrst
elasi MaUrescst repair, varnish and maka
all kinds of Furniture; reupholater Parlor
buita. and deliver aooils free of cha'ire. Csr
leu renovated in tho true Persian style. All
work done promptly and at living pricoi.
H. Bullvubrrtt; A to., '431 coid.
292 SECOND STREET,
!! HO WAK13 AND
WM. I.. CIiABK
AK fWOES-th. largest in this market, and
". ln "ercnanu vuiting Mempnu to call and examine the
'o. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : : : $100,000
WM. KATZEXBEIUJK.ir, President. 1. KATZEMJERGER. Cashier.
INTEREST ALLOWED OX DEPOSITS, FBOH 81 VP.
To the Trade aBd Smoksrs
i "aind.. ha. Induced unprincipled manufactnrer. to plaoe on th. market a baa.
Imitation. W. hereby caution the public that all Oennine Cigarro. will bear a. KKO Kaal
on teach box, and our Faotory Number, 900, 3d Uixlrlrt, N Y. 1
The only all long Havana filler cigar on the market for S oenti.
oso. z3. iiizis eta co..
Factory 200, 3d IMstrlct, S. Y.
MOON & JOYHEB, Wholesale Agents,
"THE STANDARD OF THE TFOBLD."
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STYLES, 125.00 AND UPWARD.
aay-TERMS Caih, or eaay Monthly Initallmenti. Writ for IlluatraUd CaUlacns.'W
O- K.- HOUCK1 db oo.
SOLE AOENlB FOR THE SOUTHWEST,
STo.888 XtXctlaa. St., AXerxa.it Ills. aTexw.
.To. 11 Union Street, MaahTllle. o. 1100 Olive Street, St. LonM(S
L1" ' n
Sol. Agent, for th. following
PIANOS Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
OKCf ANSClough & Warren, and Smith American.
-A NEW 7 00TAVE PIANO FOR I90.-a
Write for Catalogaei. Xo". 221 and 223 Second Street, Meninbls.
JI ST BECLIVIXQ
1,000 liags lew Cron (Schhoii 1SS), Itlo Coflee.
U.OOO keuM Iron and Steel Nails-beat brand.
1,000 barrels Itellned SiiRar all Kradca.
lOO barrrlx New Crop Ceu.oii lCIcc.
1,500 pUgM. I.fat and lteflned lard.
150 ilerceH 4 hiivhnsciI llanis.
lOO boxesi Urcakl'MNt JIacon. .
1,000 hags Shot, Powder and Caps.
T4 OOO buxesi Canned Moods, Sardines. Oysters, Etc.
l.OOO hx. pure Riew Cream Cbeese fcilver Moon Itrand.
1,000 bags baud-picked Virginia and Tennessee Peanuts
Mannfactnrers of tbe celebrated brands of 1X
TEB MOON and Ai EM I'll I Pure Stick Candy, and llakinir
Importers of Foreign Fruits. Lemons. Oranecs.
Raisins, Nuts, Etc.
Nos. 284 and 2S6 Main Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
Mill In the market,
209 MAIN STREET, t
Boots and Slices
26i ia:ji.nsr st.
OUR STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR IS MORE
oorople than ever, eomnriting not only tbe belt and finest but also lull linei of me-
auraoia anu iiyinu g ooai, wuicn w. oner
TO TIIK TKtDK wa offer special Inducements,
SOLID 6I.KS, we are prepared to fill order,
enabling Morohanti to fill in without biing oompelled to buyjroodi not needed.
agents ror Ike Celebrated W. L. Donalas SS Men's Calf Shoes and S3
Hoy.' Shoes in all aljlesj
WlLLl'SIRATED CATALOGUE AND FRICE LIST MAILED FREE."tr
. F. MEYEJf , t ee'y and Irena,
8craper and Cart Harness.
r. e. jones.
on. of th. I.nr.'.t to he ,..nn
same. The faot that i -T .iT.V: V
that our gooHl and pricei are latis'.ctory to
'ebrated Heo. Hooker Calf Boota. Kriunondnrf.
rEaitern maHe roods cannot he lurnssjed b
WIiiIIMAk 0-iA a T.
AND IN firOKK,
wltb a run aa.ertW
t MEMPHIS. TENN.
al low ngures.
Carrying moat of onr goods In
lor apacial liies a
aitacial lices at MO KXTKA rn.T