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RilLEGAD TilE TABLE.
LaiIhtiIIo.Vw orteaaa aa4 Texan B'j
MIMIhAlPPl TAU.KI ROUTE,
ul after May J. 1B8, punnnr tratni ea
thli rofc'i will run M lollowi!
Mmphi -.-A... 4:30 p.m 9:30 a.m
Lele. U :3 p. in 7:21 a.m
V.IoI7... .C.... 10:3 p.m :(? a.m
ioasburg. .....D.. 1:0 a.m 1:13 .m
B trritoa -K.. 8:44 a.m 11:16 p.m
tihfl T 6:25 a.m : P-m
Baton Reur-.G ...... 6:14 a. m 7:51 p.m
Ksw Orl mm-. ..H :(Oa.m 6:00 p.m
A With ill lines entering Memphli.
B-With M. N. W. K. R. (or Helena.
C for Greenville and Huntington, tad all
T-Wtth V. A M. and V., S. ft P. Railroads.
J-Wlth N.. J. A C. E. R. ior fiatohes and
f-For Poinu on ths Branch.
With iteamen lor Bayou Sara.
U With railroadi diverging ior Florida!
Texai and CoaatlnoinU.
J AS. M. KDWARDB. V. P. and 9. M.
A. J.KHAPP.Q. P. A.
hot at (allow.: New Orleans mall arrival
datlv et 9:25a.m.: leavel daily at 6:00 n.m.
ImNIimu4 Mlaelaalppl Val
ley. Treini mora aa follow.! Feet 'In.
leave! at 1U:00 a.m J bt. Load fast lin.
leaves at 5:30 p.m.: Fait Una arrives at 1:30
n.m. i St. Isouil fan line arrives at Viun a.m
konlavllle and Mhwlll Train.
boh at follow, i fait mail arrival dally at
6il&a.m.i leavsf atlO:W p.m.i mall leavel
aauy at iuau a.m.! arrival at t:uu p.m.
Brown.Tllla aooommodatlom leavel dally'
aioapt Bunday, at 6:00 p.m.) arrival dally,
aznant Hnndav. at 8:60 a.m. (standard time).
Manaptala and Llltl Kork.-Train.
Wot. a. follow, (central ttandard time):
Wo. 1 leavel dally at 4:20' p.m, t arrival at
- :66 p.m. No. S learai at 6:66 a.m. : arrival
at 1 :60 a.m. No. 6 (freight) leavai Hopeflald
dally (exoept Sunday) at 6:00. a.m.i arrival
at i sin p.m.
oir lionte (Kanana Cltw. Serine-.
Id and Memphis) Train leave'M. and
T. depot ai follow! : No. 4, Kansas City ei
preis, leave! at 10:46 a.m.: No. 8, Kaniai
City express, arrival at 3 wo p.m. no. i,
Kansas City mall, leave, at 6:00 p.m. I No.tl,
Kiniu Citv mail, arrival at 8:46 a.m. No.
8, tit. Louli and Chioaaro express, leavel at
:uu p.m. I e. i, oi. Lioum ana umostoex
press, arrive! at 8:46 a.m. Ia eflsot Sunday,
AnHI ID. IfWA.
Memphis and Charleston Train!
nova u follow, t Through expreu leave!
dally at 10 :40 p.m. Mall and expreu leavel
UIW at 10:00 a.m. Homervills aooommoda-
tioa leavel daily, except Bunday, at 6:30
a.m. Throu.h axnress arrival daily at 6:26
a.m. Mail and expreu arrival daily at 1C:U0
8.m. bomervme aooommoaauoa arrival
ally, axoept Sunday, at 8:30 a.m. .
Memphis, asiriulnabara mid At Inn.
la Holly Spring! Ronte Train I move ai
follow! No. 1 leavel Memphii dally at 8:46
n m. t arrival at llollv Murines at 6:68 D.m. I
No. 8 leave! Holly Hnrlngs daily at 9:00
am., aiTlvei at Memphli at II :16 a.m. I No.
Miavei Mamphli daily at 7:16 p.m., arrival
at Holly Spring! at 11:45 p.m.! No.6 leavel
H olly Spring! daily at 8:16 a.m., arrive, at
Mimphll at -4A a.m.
For Ttnnttm and Ktnlucly: Gener
ally fair weather; tlightly warmer toutherly
For Arhmat: Fair mother; nearly
ttationary temperature; vindt generally
The rtiwa will remain nearly Btalion-
70 0 N.
Minimum temperature, 69.0.
OzoDe, 11 i.m., 1,
! (be 4)otta Brgloa.
SAl SlRVIOB, TJ. 8. Armt,
8eptBmbr21, 188U-J p.m.
Divicion of telegrama and rvorta tor
tht benefit of commerce and agrionl.
tnre. Cotton region bulletin for the
twenty-ionr hours ending Beptember
Memphis ,m 81 69 .00
Nashville 70 63 .00
Grand Junction... 82 67 .00
Corinth 84 64 .00
Tuflcumbia 83 63 .00
Decatur - 83 61 .
Pcottaboro.. 83 65 .00
Hernando 81 69 .00
Batesville. 85 64 .00
Grenada 84 02 .00.
Covington 81 69 .0
Dyeraburg 82 2 .00
Arlington W 63 .00
Brownsville ..,.. 82 60 .00
Milan 83 61 .00
Tarls. - 79 42 .00
Jrivar 81 60 .00
Holly Springs 82 68 .00
Oxford 84 02 .00
Pums 1501 1040 .
Mesnw 82.2 1 65.1 .CO
DiBimcrs. Hi" If
WllminBton 79 61 .35
Charleston 81 m .0!)
AugUBta 84 (.7 .00
Savannah 88 71 .21
Atlanta. 81 04 .00
Montgomery 90 08 .
Mobile 89 65 .18
Kew Orleanf ........ 80 09 .10
Galveston 87 70 .08
Vicksburg DO 71 .08
Little Kock 88 64 .00
Memphis... 82 I 65 I .00
Sums 1025 794 1.15-
Mran 85 60 .10
Most ot the private schools have
The weather yesterday was de
lightful. The public schools will open next
Capt. Tobin.Surveyor'of Customs,
Las qualified, giving $30,000 bond.
The police made an arrest yester
day for selling liquor without license.
A aeries of religious services is in
progress at the Safiarans street Moth
Commissioners were appointed
yesterday to set aside a year's support
to Mis. Charlotte Williams, widow.
On Saturday morning at 10
o'clock the teachers will hold a meet
ing at the Market street school build
ing. In the Probate Court yesterday
Wm. Brinkmsn was appointed ad
ministrator of the eetatei of Julius
Mr. John J. Barry is regarded by
bis friends as decidedly the strongest
candidate in today's race for Mag
istrate of the Fifth District.
Old man Wiggins's latest predic
tion that the country is to be de
stroyed by an earthquake on the 29lh
of this month is a leading topic.
Dr. Graves will probably be suc
ceeded as eecreiary of the Board of
Health by Dr. Oray, who has been
filling tbe position during his illnets.
A. J. Harris, trustee of Sholby
county, was in Nashville yesterday
and paid over to tbe State Treasurer
$25,33179 for the tax of Shelby
county for 1885.
A bg evening's fan on the tobog
gan tanigbt is tsnnei. The cars will
make tbe forward aod back rurjH with
out any person having to caanga
eeits. I bis will prove a novelty which
should draw oat the people.
The Baptist Foreign Mifsion Con
vention of the United Htites of Amer
ica will matt in the Tabernacle Baptist
Church, R. N. Countee, pestor, this
(Wednetday) morning at 9 o'clock.
Nearly every State in the Union will
Magittrates for the Second, Fifth
anl Eighteenth District!, and Con
stables for the Fifth and Fourteenth
Diatric's are to be e'ected. There are
any number of candidates for each
oflire. The liveliest fight will be
made in tbe Fifth District.
Prof. Barney Hughes has dm-
f umed himself so that even one of
'iukorton's men wouldn't know him.
lie has rhaved oil" his hirsute append
Bues which have veiled his cheeks for
tbe past ten years. It is rumored that
he contemn ates delivering another
lecture on tbe mule.
The U"k of collecting poll tax
from those who exerc'ss the elective
franchise by depositing tieir hallo's
at the different voting precincts has
always been a difficult undertaking,
but it is not generally known how
small a percentage of those who take
prominent parts in elections ever pay
for the pnvilege. The books show
that the property holders pay this tax
without grumbling, and it teems like
an injustice that the non-propstty
holders should be exempted through
a failure to properly enforce the law.
Tbe School of Acting, located in
the Lyceum Theater, New York City,
hps forwarded the Aitial asla'erneut
of its newfflt plans. Its third year
opens in October, under a reorgauizv
tion comprising Mr. F. II. Karguot as
director, David Balasco as stage man
ager and a full corps of dramatic teach
eis. Students this year ara ottered
publlo appearances, like those cf Wil
son Barrett's Thca'or, London; dally
stage drill, after the manner of the
Paris Conservatoire, and education in
all the actor's accomplishments. Its
management claim that this school is
the only institution in America exclu
sively devoted to training for the pro
The Tradetman, published at Chat
tanootta, his made a very liberal oflbr
to further develop its rapidly expand
ing subscription list. Each sabacriher
sending 12 for one year's subscription
will receive eight handsomely bound
volumes of standard author, includ
ing works of Carlyle, Macaulev, Ton
nyeon, D'lserall, kingelov, Goldsmith,
George Elliott, James Anthony Frourtfc,
Hawthorne, John Kuskin, Unarles 11.
Spnrsenn, Lamartine and others.
Also, "Knight's complete History of
England." The Tradetman contains
in each issue valuable letleis from
every commercial and Industrial city
of the South, and besides gives the
name of every new enterprise con
templated or commenced In any of tbe
Sam Elie, co'ored, who lives five
milt s north of the city, was arrested
yesterday morning by Ofllcer Lane, of
tbe Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals, at No. 132 Alain
street, for driving a male with a sore
back. When about passing the Court
house the darky insisted upon going
into Justice Pope's office to be tried.
Lane declined his request, wishing to
take the case before Justice Powel,
and tbe darky became obstinate, re
fusing to goon. Lane finally drew his
pistol, and thus eoazed, his prison
yielded. Justice Powel fined him$l
and $2 60 cosls. Lane a'so arrested C.
H. Wurtzburger, charging him with
Interfering with him in the discharge
of hia duty, but the Court dismissed
the case. Lane was afterward baund
over by Justice Pope for drawing his
pistol on the darky.
Capt, O. K. Jopi.im has spna to
Elizabethtown, Ky. He will return
in a few daya.
Mirs Alice Bkrhy returned Satur
day, after spending a very delightful
summer at Bon Aqua and Sewanee.
Dr. Ebskink is called to Columbia
on account of the illnees of one of bis
children. He will be absent several
Don't fail to go to the polls today
and vote for John A. Powol for Con
stable of the Fifth Civil DiB'.rlct. Tbe
First, Second, Tnird and Eighth
Wards and Big Springs are the viAing
precincts. Polls open at 9 a.m. and
close at 4 p.m.
W regret to record the death of
Dr. George Graves, secretary of the
Boaid of Health, which sad event oc
curred yesterday at 2 o'clook p.m.
The doctor had been contlced to his
bed with typhoid malarial f ver for
some time, and notwithstanding the
utmcHt rare and attention, succumbed
to the disease. Dr. Graves was the
second son of Dr. J. R. Graves, editor
of the Tenritfiee Baptift, and had held
his position In the Board of Health
tor the past three years. He wis a
young man of great promise, and will
be sadly missed by a wide circle of
friends, to whom he was endeared by
his goou qualities oi ncad ana heart.
Attention, Workmen and Others.
The following merobant tailors have
signed the "Bill of Prices" presented
to them by the Journeymen Tailors'
Union of Memphis, Tenn.: Barney
McMahon and J. L. Frost. The firms
that have refused to pay the bill ara
Ellas Slager and Sam Stager & Co.
The Union is formed of the four shops
named. George Richard, President;
E. J. Pone, Recording Secretary. By
order of the Tailors' Union. The
Union will meet next Monday night
at i ;.tu o ciock snarp.
Mnlford, Jeweler, 294 Halo, so-
iiciu oraers rrom las country.
, m ,
, For KepreoeutatlTe.
Henry F. Walsh is a candidate for
trie legislature, subject to the action
of the Democratic Convention, which
meets at tbe Exposition building on
Thursdsy, September 23d.
Fine Watch repairing at Malford'g
Sflll Iss the Field.
C. Kasior is still in the field for Con
stable, In tbe Fourteenth Ciil Dis
trict, notwithstanding the rumor of
Boy Grates, Fronts, Fenders, Stoves
and Stovepipe at Gabay's.
monogram llanglcst Alnlford.
Cotton Seed Hulls
for rale at City Oil Works, Madsion
Molld Silverware at HnH'ord'a
All styles and prices to order.
Memphis Steam Shirt Factorv. 224
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY,
W. H. BIN 0 QAM... ....Mini;'!.
Europe n plan, knlargdd and refarniihad.
moti aoooroio. to iiie anu loca
tion of room!.
W L Robinion.Tenn P Caniidr. Ark
J T Fowler, Ark J C Comer, La
W O Kalen, La J T Hare!, Tenn
J L Revell, Ark M Hell, Tonn
Mim li cell, leon Min s lien, xenn
W U Uavii Aw, Mill J J Ilrown Aw, Mill
J W barby. Mill T 11 Ferguson, Ark
K M Leech, Tenn A H Knnx, Mill
Hev J II Htrong.Tcnn Rev 1) Preirlv, Tenn
A J MrQuiiten, Ara J J Miller, Tenn
J CMoflut, Tenn K K Hobinion, Tenn
JS Wheelel, lenn Blnby. Tenn
J S A Burner, Ark J M Mollenry, Ark
U W Arringlnn.Miii H M Hen enon, Tenn
SPBIlhe, Tenn J L McCulloch, Tenn
A f-Lunher, Mo J 8 (.rowdy. Ark
W K Lambeth, Ark W A Joplin. Mo ...
J I) Pavii, Mo W B Bridgefurth, Mill
J T MoNaioee, Tnn J Hire, Tenn
M Blumenlhal. NY OF Kitcliber, N Y
11 Tbarp, Tenn B M Parten, Tonn
B F Alattin, Tenn F J Lewii, Tenn
Mill MoSiadden.Mo A P Herron Am. Mill
MiMMcKadden.Tonn W 1 Lumpkin. Tenn
11 TMaiaengale Aw.TMri KJunei, Tenn
1) M Wilion, Ark W II Maynard, Mill
B U Hhellnn, lenn J T II amulet, Mill
A J l)ougla, lenn Mn Freeman, lenn
J II hmith, Tenn K F 1'itterion. Tenn
A J Martin, Tenn J 8 MoTighe, Mill
A H Ferguion, Ark F liolinan, Tenn
U Andrewi, Tenn I Sorb, Ark
J FreiUhol, Teun 'HO Fox, Ark
M 8 Jay, Tenn f II C Cary, Mill
W Kbancy, Mill K Chew. Tenn
OPM Turner, Tenn U Arnold, Mm.
0. B. GALLOWAY k CO .PaoraiaToaa.
Katei i 60 and 13 per day. according to
lii. and looation of room Speeial
TTt V.nn.v. Tn II Pntlnl. N Y
H D Johnston, Ark
B M Jones, Ark
I P Thompson, Ark
W K Kidder, H Y
l IVrlnnn. Mill
11 1' Koiigen, Ara
1 11 Jackion, Ark
Mmei Kali, Ark
C T Kelley, Mill
MmN a Perklni, Mill
A II KortreohIA fTennJ W Hagland, Ark
C F Dolanr,, Tex
O L Moiby, Ark
I Morrn, lenn
T K llaird, Pa
C E Fogerty, N Y
K M Brown, Tonn
II K Johnson, Mini
John Butler, Ohio
H B Parker, La
II Doli id. N Y
w j wile, no
H L Davison. N Y
J Flood, N
J II Kogeri, Ky
H (1 Power, N Y
J M Parker, La
K (J Pryor, Ohio
11 F titrauia. Md
1) B Harris, Mill
Y Redmond, Tenn
i v i tr i - TJ T II ' . . 1 .
0 II Ambom iw.Miss O U iDgorion, Tenn
II U McCalel), Mill
Leo Frank, Ohio
W A Lee, Ark
J S Clnybrook.Tenn
C W Brenzle, lenn
W II Poole, III
R K Morrii, Tenn
K 1) Collier, Tonn
J Uampbell, Ala
P Meregay, Mis!
Chm Baker, Ala
J 11 Cowan, Tenn
T Downey, Mo
K 11 Kdenlon, Tenn
TO Helm, Ark
W I) HiH, NY
A M McMillan, Tenn
W L Boyd, Ky
S B UutcbkiKi.Tenn
J W Johnston Aw, Ala
C S Camp Af, Ala
FJ W Parker, Me
W AWilburn. Ark
J Mitchell, Mo.
The Kew Clayoan.
FAKRINUTON, STEWART k WHITE,
Ratii $2 59 toti per day, according to leca-
tion or roomi
K B Tepplt, Ky TV Parker. Ohio
II II iriitfa, .iiu i.i nuiini,) Mjm
Mrs Litllejohn, Tenn Mini C Pope, Tenn
nuns j ruuvi x
O F While. Mil
j m lannon, Ara
J F Dullin, Tenn
M Meriwether, Tenn
0 B Allen, Miss
J M noiniggs. Tenn
RT Harris, La
J ho. Gills, Tenn
K Holder, Tenn
8 B Siiirer. Tenn
H C Porter. Tenn
K Hhugog Aw.'.Tfnn
W II Failini, N Y
II J Higgini, 111
M Pointer. Mill
11 A Washburn, Mo
C L gpenrer, N Y
M F Kmilh, Mo
0 0 Armstrong. Tenn L L Hitiler. Tenn
W 1) Morrison, Tenn J P McDonald, Tenn
V V Van VeMiite, Mo U M Aleinmler, Alo
J G Blake, Mill
I) P Coan. Mo
h Levy, Mm
T RDavii, Pa
W W Wood. Ky
WT Meacham, Ark
R J Lenken, Ark
T J Sampson. Mil.
L Aubrey, Tex
R Fink, Tenn
W A Lee, Ark
J M Connor, Ark
L li Hudson, Ark
S J Miller, Mill
K E Wat kins, Mill
T J Webb, Tenn
A R Jnhmon, Ohio
V A hearni, lenn
R B Marshall, Mo
R M Htraduian, Ohio E B llleriius, Ohio
1. T Smith. Kv
J Warren. Tenn
Kobt Mercer. Va
CT Jones, Va
T J Shannon, Ark
E B Austin, Miss
3E Carlisle, Tenn
T Cole, Tenn
L A llarrell Aw, JJ Y
J L James, Ky
('has Hatoh, Ark
Hi J McUhee, Mill
W HConnell, Mil.
A L Woolfolk, Tenn
E M Simpson. Ind
Miss K llarrell. N Y
J U Webb, Ky
Dufl'a Baropean Hotel.
Corner of Adams and Main street!. Rooms.
60o, 7&oandll per day: Ameilcan nan,
First MasiRestauranl in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 yean with Peabody Hotel),
F Hall Ai, Mill
C C H.ilrlok. Ohio
E M Jones, Tenn
J L Craig, Tenn
J A Collinan, Tens
F Murphy, Tenn
J E Moore, Miss
MissW Clark, Ark
RW Draper, Tenn
J Rubee, Tenn
OB Collins Aw, Mo
8 P Blythe, Tenn
A B Knox, Min
D Morley, Tena
HC Shine, Tenn
J II Street, Misi
A II Powell, Ark
0 M Hammond, Ky
T L Bingham, Tenn
RC Craig, Tenn
WM Welkins. Tenn
S O Wllkins, N Y
A MoAvoy, Tenn
K Miller, Tenn
M Monaghan.jr, Tenn
. D B Push, Ark
A Newby, Ark
J L MoCullough,Tenn
F H Williamson, Mill
W 0 Brooki, Tenn
M C Oalloway, Tenn
N (1 Williams. Misi
O F Wright, tfenn
A Michaels, Misi
P M Morris, Tonn
The Memphis Cotton Exchange
Building Company to the Western
Union TelogrAph Company, lease of
basement room, 62x27 feet 5 inches,
and one-third of tbe eonth end of the
fourth floor, for five yeais, t a yearly
rent of $ 00 for the first year and $2100
per year alter the lirat year and there
after, payable monthly.
Cnsey Young to 11. A. Thorns, 350x
287 feet, corner of Spring and High
streets, Raleigh, Shelby county, for the
Bum of $1000.
Louis Erb t Wm. B. Rodgers, lot
No. 4, blc.k 49, sou h side of Vance
street, for the sum of $2000.
James Roundes et al to Ami Aesch
liman, lot No. 0 of Thos. White's sub
division of lots 5 and 6 of tbe west line
of Mosby avenue, for the sum of $350.
Henry Webb to John W. Bob, trus
tee, to secure E. M. Williams in the
sum of $575, part of lot No. 17, block
59, Shepherd e subdivision, south side
of Linden street.
Circuit C'anrt-r.alea, Juelae.
Non jury calendar for Wednesday,
September 2, 1886 : 8(170, Nancy Baugh
va Thomas Farr; 8890, M. M. Robin
son va R. M. Mason -, 8705, M. E. Con
way va C. C. Reakiit; 8719, President
Fire and Police Commissioners va W.
A.Collier; 8728. same vs W. F. Ship
pey, 8777, J. W. Crocker vs 11. P.
Robson ; 8822, President Fire and Po
lice Commissioners vs John Overton,
jr.; 882:5, same vs Memphis City Rail
road Company; 8824, same vs name;
8325, same vs same.
f)e to Kntlwlare et l.ncemnralB for
yernr tMnimblua; at Uae-t'lttlna:
To My Friends.
"He that li not with ma ii against me."
1 have, since my announcement as a
candidate for tbe magistracy, received
considerable encouragement, and
numerous promises of support from
my friends, all of which I truly appre
ciate. On this " the eve of battle,"
however, I detira, to remind them
that their support must be practical.
The above caption fully explains the
position of affairs, and feeling assured
that if my friends rally round me to
morrow my chances for election are
excellent, 1 beg for the laft time that
they oo (otApoand cast their vole for
e WILLIAM 11. ROYSTER.
Order "Mnllord Blade Sfeditls.
Dyeing: and Cleaning.
Ladies and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich f t-athers and lace curtains by
Louis RBigol, 58 JetTerson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. (ioods received by express.
Out Rutlexlere et LnKoniaralBO ( el
Au sirs Flower Pots at Gabsy'e,
A Dollar Is a DoIJ;ir,Whetlier
Saved or Earned.
How to Have Cash!
Letting In a Little Light on
the Subject of Lucre.
A dollar saved is a dollar earned.
It is not what a man earns that makes
him wealthy. It is what he saves.
It is easier to spend money than it is
to earn it. Therefore, when you
spend it see that you get full value
Clothing is a necessity of life. We
have to dress. The laws of civili
zation demand it. Clothing costs
money, and the MISFIT CLOTH
ING PARLOUS, No. 2C2 Second
Street, will eive you more for your
money than you can obtain elsewhere.
Why Misfits Arc the
1. Because you are sure of getting
2. Because tailor garments are al
ways well made.
3. Because you get the best of
clothing for less than half its
4. Because, although they are called
"Misfits," you get hotter fits
than you can find among roady
5. Because you really gain what the
C. Because you get clothing that
was made to bring double what
you pay for it.
7. Because you are always cortain
of getting full value for your
8. Because Misfits are really the
Our New Goods.
The Misfit Clotiiino Parlors
are now displaying hundreds of Fine
We have the finest assortment of
Pants in Memphis.
We show a nice line of beautiful
Fall Overcoats. .
erOnr atranarralat la that we
ret Clotblaa; vety law, ! are)
therefore able to sell It very low.
Wo give you .the Beat llotblos;
for the Ijeaat Haaay. .
262 Second Street,
Opp. Coutt Square, Memphis, Tena
N. B. Remember, all alteration! to In
aura a perfeot fit dona free of oharge.
aisrOpen Evenlug-a until 9 Satnr.
All iz9 Grates at Gabay's.
P. M. Stanlxy, funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison street.
The primary and intermediate
grades of the Clara Conway Institute
will reopen Monday, September 27,
Miss Cabkik M. Keating will re
sume her classes in musio (piano and
vocal) on the 1st of October next. For
terms, apply at E. Witzmann & Co.'s,
Ths Herbal Chill Care, the best
tnnlnand antl-nerioitifl known. A certain
and lure oure for chilli. Price II per bot
tle. Komi stamps or cirojinri. Any roi
aronce alxen. Addreii John C. Uacref,
G. W. Mim.sb k Co., Patent Asbestcs
Fire Proof Hoofers. For durability,
equaled by ncne. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. No. 55
. T. 8. Mallory is a candidate for con
stable of tbe Fourteenth Civil District ;
election September 22, 18sti. If elected,
will do his whole duty, regardless of
friend or foe. t. b. xallobv.
Many mo'.herj are unable to nurse
their children. In such cases the beet
substitute to be found is Mellin's Food,
prepared after Liebig's formula, which
has proved to correspond pnysioiogic
ally with mothers' milk.
LeMoynk Institute will reopen
October 4th. Piof. Steele will return
from Europe soon after that date.
The other teachers will all be present,
including Mr. Stevens, of the Bova
Industrial Department, from tbe first
Charley Cowan has returned to the
city greatly improved in health and
ready for big season's business.
The relattvelv bieh prices of cotton
in New Orleans is due to tbe fact that
buyers on French account are cor
Closing prices of October options at
Chicago yesterday: Pork, S10 02 J.
Lard, 16 25. Clear rib sidee, $7. Corn,
3i)o. Wheat, 751c. Oats, 20 e.
Visitors on 'Change yesterday: E.
A.Tavlor. Brownsville, Tenn.: J. T.
Fowler; Kus ssllvllle. Ark. : O. E. Arm
strong, Vicksburg: J. M. Parker, New
Orleans; W. M. Watkins, Red Fork,
Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. John F. Jackson,
Tub Bradstreet Agency reports 183
failures in the United Mates during
the week ending September 17, ISSti,
against 153 intheprecedingwetk.and
148,305, 177 and 130 in the correspond
ing weeks of 188,), 1S84, 18S3 and 1882,
rt'spectivelv. Middle oiaies, oa; rew
Ena'aod States. 19; Southern States,
20; Western Ktatae, 74; Pacific States
and Territories, 12; Canada, 28. Total
in the United States and Canada, 211
W II ton Weaton's Citae.
Habrismdro, Pa., September 21.
The Hoard of Pardons tocny postponed
the boaring of arguments tor a rehear
ing of the case of Milton Weston, the
ChicatfJ capita'ist, now undergoing
imprisonment in tne Kiversuie penr
tentiary, for -complicity in the Mur
xavevilio gas well riots.
SEPTEMBER 22. 1886.
JAMES O. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos. 3290 and "292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN..
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
VeS" SPECIAL PRICES fc Railroad
JAMES M. SOODBAB.
BOOT & SHOES
Wo. 319 MAIN STREET MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
a-Our Fall and Winter Stock of BOOT4 A
is now complete, and we invite the Merohanti visiting Memonii to oall and examine the same. The faot mat we leu more tuan any omer
home here, and perhaps more than any house south ot the Ohio river. Is sufficient evidence that our aooli and prices are in lis aotory to
the trade. Wa still carry a larxe line of S-'CstTOM-.H ADE GOOON, including- the oe'ebrated Geo. Hooker Calf Boots, Krippendorf,
Dittman k Co.'i Ladies' Kid, Ooat and Call, besides a large variety of other makes. Our Eastern male goods cannot be surpassed by
any home. Give ui a cull. HHHAc tAWF.
FOH $1 25
Tan can bny of na a pair of Men'a
Blltehdowa Buckle or Tie Nboea
tbat coat jou elsewhere 81 79.
FOR $3 OO
Toil can bny a pair of Men'a Hal.
tera, Lace Bala or Button Bhoee,
full atoekt callakln, aeamleaa
vamp, aolid aola leather and
conater, every pair warranted,
wortb at leaat 83 75 to 84 OO
FOR $3 OO
Ton can bny; of na a pair of I.sv
dlea' Kid Button Sjhoea that yon
cannot substitute elsewhere for
FOR $1 75
We offer won Boy e' Good, Strom,
Neat Button Shoes, anch aa you
never bonaibt before for If aa than
a 9)A to 9 OO, the elaes manias;
from 11 to a.
FOR f8 25
We offer yon Ladlea Pebbled Goat
Button Bhoea, fully worth 83 79.
a-Chlldren'i and Missel' School Shoes
Cheaper Than Brer, or Anywhere Else.
Call and Convlnoa Yourselves.
ZELLIIER & CO.
Deviled Crabs, Shrimp,
Salmon, Fresh Can Mackerel,
Brook Trout, Oyatera,
Mackerel In Tomato Catsup,
Sweet Stuffed Pickles,
Son r Pick lea by thecal, and In Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Relish,
Wooater Sauce, Tomato Catsup,
Capers, Haatard, Curry Powder,
Salad Dreaalnr, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheese, Celery Sauce,
Celery Salt, Etc., Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
IMPORTER AND DIALER IB
Bans, Amrannltlon, Fishing Tacklf
and ISasA-Ilnll HnoHi.
WHOLESALE AND Ke'TAlL.
834 Main Street, Mnisiil, aenni
Manufaoturlng and Repairing of Uana a
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
a IS Mala St., Memphis, Teni
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
TUBE PAINTS, CANVAS, Et.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Imnorteri and dealers In Gone. Ammo,
ttlon and riahla Tackle, Bnlldera'
Hardware. Kleelrle llella and A
nunelatorator Hotels and Residence!, 848
Main atreet, Memphis, Tena. Elsotrlc
luppllei alwaya oa hand. Repairing neatly
8I1EA ft MCCARTHY, Propr's,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
ONI OT TBI LARS 1ST BOILER BBOPB
in ths Sooth, and the only oompleU
Boiler and Biteet-lros Works in thaeity.
Manufacturers of heavy plate Iron'
work of every description. Special
ettantlnn .Wm a nl.al.llnn work
Importer and Dsalsr la
duns, riablna Tackle and Sport,
men's Suppllee. mw Speoial attention
given to MANUFACTURING and RE
4ia iriln MMMemnhlM.Tenn
A. 6. RHODES & CO
Have Removed to
aaa beooistd mT.
here they will continue In sell House Fur
niihlng Unnds Cheaper Than Anybody,
and on &mn Inm
EL UK WARE AND
am levee Cofttractorg for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness.
WX, L. CLAKK. E, J. CARBINGTOM.
HO SlIOKSthe largest in this market, and
Wo. 7 MADISON
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : : : $100,000
WM. KATZENBERQEB, President. I. KATZENBERGEB. Cashier.
INTEREST ALLOWED OX DEPOSITS. FROM 81 VP.
To tlie Trade
Have attained, has Induced unprincipled manufacturers to place on the market a has
imitation. We hereby caution the publlo that all Genuine Ciiarroi will bear A KEObsal
on each boi, and our Factory Number, SOU, 8l IMatrlet, N. Y.
Tbe only all long Havana filler oigar on the market for 9 cents.
GKBO. P. XaXXIS eJ OO.,
Factory 200, 3d District, S. Y.
MOON & JOYNER, Wholesale Agents,
MASiiN k mm ii
"THE STANDARD OF THE WORLD."
FABLOB AND CUAPEL STYLES, 125.00 AND UPWARD,
eerTBRMS-Caih, or easy Monthly IniUllmenta. Write for Illustrated Catalefoa.ijaj
SOLE AOEHTS FOB
No.BBO IVXaaln Bt.,
M: 1C1 Union Street, HashTllle. I
E. WITZEffAKTH! Co.
ITholesale Dealers and Publishers,
Sola Agent! for ths following Flrit-Claii Instrument!; '
STEINWAY and KNABE
PIANOS-Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
OBGAWS Clougli & Warren, and Smith American.
PA NEW 7-OCTAVB PIANO FOR 810.-ar
Write for Cataloxncs. iVos. 231 and 833 Second Street, Memphis.
J 1ST RECEIVING AXD IN STORE,
1,000 lings New Crop (Season 1880), Rio Voflee.
,000 kcKs Iron and Meel Malls best brands.
1,00 barrels It ell nod SuKar-all Krades.
lOO barrel Mew Crop (nenson 1880), Ulee.
1,54N pkgs. Leaf and Refined L,ard.
130 tlerees CanTasscd llaius.
lOO boxes Rreakfast Bacon.
l.OOO bags Shot, Powder and Cans,
la. OOO boxes Canned tioods, Sardines, Oysters, Etc.
1,000 bxs. pure New Cream Cheese Silver Moon Itrand.
1,000 bags hand-picked Virginia and Tennessee Peannts.
Klannfactnrers or the eelebrated brands of SIX.
TER MOON and nEHfUI Pnre Stick Candy, and Raking
Importers of Foreign Fruits, Lemons, Oranges,
Raisins, Nuts, Etc.
Nos. 284 and 286 Main Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
Still in the market,
t09 MAIM STREET,
Boots and Slioes
261 mtA.iisr ST.
OUR ET0CK OF BOOTS AND SHOES FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR IS M0RK
eomple'e than ever, eomnrisinit not only the beit and finest but also lull linei of me
dium, durable and stylish goods, which we offer at low figures.
TO 'TUB TKAUK we offer ipecial inducement!. Carrying mo't of our goodi i in
SOLID SIZES, we are prepared to fill orders lor special slies at NO hTKA CObI, thui
enabling Morohanti to fill In without being oompellod to buy good! not needed.
JAJJDJLMyjEL BRO. OO.
Acenls for the Celebrated W. L. nonsrlns 3 Men's Cair Sboes and aa
Boys' Shoes In all styles. ,
VlXLUSIRAIED CATALOQUB AND PRICK LIST MAILED FREE.-
METEH, Sec'y and reaa.
F. O. JONES.
one of the laratit to be found In any market-
Wo. 110O Ollwa Street, St. LoaaCS ,
with a tall assart.
i i MEMPHIS, TEWW.
m no. & co