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RAEEOAD THE TABLE.
LeildTllle, Vf w uneaasand Texan R'f
MIMINaifri TALLKT ItOUTK.
aid alter May 1. 1K86, paaaenger tmina oa
thii road will run aa tollowi:
IfAbl MAIL. I 6onlh. I North.
ftbal ...I '
Mow Orloni. .H
9:00 a. in
A With l! tinea entering Memphlt.
B-ffith M.iN.W.K. R. tor Helena.
0 for flreenrille and Huntington, and all
D-With V. a M. and V., 8. k P. Rallroadi.
a-With N., J. A 0. R. K. lor Hatches and
f For PoinU oa the Branch.
9 With etsemera for Baron Barn.
B With rallroadi diverging tor Florida,
Teiaa and CnaattpoinU.
J AS. M. EDWARDS. V. P.andQ. M.
A.J.KKAFP. O.P. A.
UlsatsslnBl and TnatNM.. Tralni
DiOTt ai (ollowii NewOrleana mail arrive!
dally at 9 :26 a.m. leavei dally at 6:00 p.m.
Kiwirllnriaad Mlmlaalppl w.
ley. Tr-ine mora af tollowi i Fait lne
learae nt 10:00 a.m.! bt. Looll faat Una
1 eerta at 6 :80 p.m. I Faat Una arrival at 1 130
p.m. I St. Lonli fait Una arrirai nt 9 :06 a.m.
Loalavllla aad Haahvllle- Tralni
mom aa followi i Faat mall arrivee dally at
6:16 a.m. I laava -Hu.iD p.m.! mall learea
dally at 10:10 a.m.i arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brownavill Moommodatiom leavea daily'
exo.pt Sunday, nt 6:00 p.m.t arrivee daily,
aisaptSnndaf, at 8:60 a.m. (atandard time).
Memphis aad Llttla Koek. Tralni
mora aa follow! (oantrnl gtand.rd tim)i
JSo. 1 lanraj daily at 4:20 p.m.t arrlrea nt
:6S p.m. No. t leavea nt 6:66 a.m.: arrive!
nt 1:60 a.m. No. 6 (freight) leavea Hopefleld
dally (axoapt Bnnday) at 6:00, a.m.i arrirai
at 7:10 p.m.
Half Heats (Kaaaa. tlly.Bprlnar
eld aad Btemanl.) Tralni leave M. and
T. danot na follow! t No. 4. Kaniaa Citv mt-
reai, leaveiat iu:w a.m.: o. o, naaiea
lit aiDreaa. arrirai at 80 n.m. No. 2.
Kenaaa City mail, leave. atfl:00 p.m.t No.'l,
Kiniai Ulty mall, amvaa al a.-to a.m. fin.
S, St. Lonli and Chloaa-o ezpreaa, leave! nt
:0O p.m. i Na. 1, fit. Lama nnd Chloaoei
pr., arrival nt 8:15 a.m. Ia effect Sunday,
April 18. 18H6.
Memphis and Vharlesloa Tralni
nova af followi t Thrnnih axpraii laavai
dally at 10:40 p.m. Mall and txprau laavai
dally at 10:00 am. SomervlUa aeoommoda
tion laavai dally, noept Sunday, nt 6 :!W
a.m. Throw h axpraii arrival dally at 5:28
a.m. Mail and axpraii arrival dally nt 1C:00
S m. SomervlUa accommodation arrival
ally, axoapt Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
Jeniphla, Hlrinlnsham aud Atlaa.
la Holly Snrinre Route Tralni mora ai
followi i No. 1 laurel Memphle daily at S:t5
p a. I arrival at Holly Bnringe at 6:58 p.m.t
No. i laavai Holly Snrlnri dully at 9:00
a m., arrival at Mamphli at II :1S n.m. i No.
6 laavai Mamphli daily at 7:16 p.m., arrival
nt Holly Springe nt 11:45 p.m.t No. 6 leavei
II illy Bsringa dally nt 9:16 a.m., arrival at
Mtmphli nt :45 a.m.
THE AVE ATIIEK.
For Tennttm and Kentucky: Fair
weather; itationary temperature; general
ly toutiierly winds .
For Missmippi: Generally fair weather;
nearly stationary lemperaUre ; southerly
For Arkansas; Generally fair weather;
itationary temperature; winds drifting to
The Mississippi river will rise between
Helena and Yichsburg.
, ' kJatvoroloflnal Report.
" Time. Bar, Trier. Wind. W'th'r
7:00 a.m. 30 101 1 70.0 8.E. Clear.
8 :00p.m. 30034 87.0 8.E. Clear.
10:00 p.m 3D.O0V 7B0 8K Clear.
MMallUUUI V . J-U JJOI IIUIli oty. V
Minimum temperature, 60.0.
Ocone, 11 a.m., . ,
la lha Vottaa Krlaa.
SlGIIAL SgRVIOl, IT. B. Armt,
Dlvltlcn of telearami and renorts to
tba bsneJt of commer.a ard aoricnl
'tare. Oottoa regloa bulletin for the
twentj-fjur hours ondloj September
"SST' Iff E
Memph's.- 80 60 .00
NiahTille 88 02 .00
Grand Junction... 88 09 .00
Corinth 00 0L .00
Tutcumbla 8 (10 ,00
Dtctnr.... 87 60 .00
Kcjttaboio 86 50 .00
Hernando 8(1 6t .00
l!ateavll!e 8,1 67 .00
Grenada 8(1 62 .00
CoviDKton 1I1 63 .00
Dyfreburg 11.1 61, ,C0
ArllDRton !U 64 .00
ll-owcBville 80 65 ,00
Milan 8i 62 .00
Taris - 8U M .00
Bolivar 8H 65 .00
llollv Hprlngs 8(1 (17 .00
Oxford 87 60 00
Puma 1068 1181 .00
Means 88 62 XQ
T? S K w
DlsTRlcrs. 2 S a ' S a 5- S.
B ? I r"
Wllmlogton 86 69 .00
Charleston 83 (9 ,0i)
Aoguala 85 62 .00
Havannah 87 tig .18
Atlanta. 80 64 00
Montfonierf 88 66 .00
Mobile 89 65 .01
New Orleans 87 69 .
GalveatonM 81- 70 ,62
Vlcksbnrg 90 69 .
Little Kock 87 65 .
Memphta 83 62 .00
Sums 1042 788 .71
Meana...i 87 66 ,00
ChteVen thieves are raleina things
in Fort Pickering.
The tale of seats tor Wilson A
Kinkin'i minstrels will begin today
Mansford has theOc'ober number
of Harper's Monthly, which is an unus
ually excellent number.
The Republican Congressional and
Legislative OonvaDt'on will mfot on
next Monday at the Exposition Build
ing. The Toboggan starts agiin to
night. All who ride will make the
round trip witbeut gelt'ng oS the
Ralph Davif, one of the nominees
for the Legislator, was srrrnadrd by
number of M young Moods last
-The retail businma bis bern
rather dull during the past few days,
bot the who! wale uun have been
making things hum.
Tbe three new c tores in coarre nf
cons ruction on Main atreet, nearly
orpo-lte tbe (iajoo llvte'. will be
rebdy for occupation in about two
Marri'S'e license" were issued ys-t-iiilay
lo Cbarle A. Cayton ai d Mits
AmaDda R. Field, K. M. Pathaoi and
Jlifs Elvina Kaupi", Wm. Jkon,
;i.lorcd, end Hannah Nunn, colore
John Shores, colored, and Lula Tham
EJ McKeever, a youni white
mao, aged 21, was arretted Uet night
for tie larceny of watch. McKeever
has been working at Bob Cburch's
saloon, corner Gayoio and Second.
Clarissa Bowie, colored, wife cf
Waih Bowie, colored, who le&idrs on
Mrs. Cheatham's place, near Wei 'b
Station, Mis., on the Louisville, New
Orleans and Texas railroad, a day cr
two ago gave birth to triplets, all girls.
Bowie was in tbe c ty yfsteid.y and
reported mother and children doing
Prof. W. A. Faze will rive a fres
lecture at Spiritual Hall, No. 258 Sec
ond street, next Sunday, September
'26ib. at 4 o'clock p. m. Cba'k talk
for the little fo'ks, in which crayon
(ketcbes will be executed in less than
one minute. Subject of lecture: "The
Problem of Life." All are cordially
A fire broke out at 12 o'cloik lat
night In the dmtle tenement houeeat
No. 347 Missiaeiopi avenue, owned
by Dr. R. L. Liski, and ocenpied by
M(srs. Dalton and Woltz and their
families. The fire engines were
prempt'y on the scene, but before the
flames conld be arrested about half of
tbe bu;ldln was destroyed. Twoflrr
men, Pat Scott and Chas. McDonald,
of No. 2, were severely burnt In tbe
face by the expLsion of a coal oil
The twenty-fourth anniversary of
the day when the emancipation procla
mation was issued will be celebrated
in Memobis on a grand scale Monday,
September 27th. There will b a civil
and military pageant, and excursion
trams will be run fiom neighboiing
States. It ia expected ibat about 10.
000 visitors from adjacent towns will
bo here on that day. Dr. G. W. Bryan,
inspector general of colored miliiia,
will review the military companies,
both local and visiting. Compini s
are expected from Georgia, Mis-isiippl
and Alabama, and a competitive drul
will be among tbe features of tbe day.
Col. Curry, of NisUville, and Capf.
Croe, of the Chickasaw Guaids, will
act as judges.
J, McDavitt bai re'.urned from
B. S. Kicks, cf Yazoo City, 1j tt tbe
Mirs Ottir Doan has returned from
her summer trip.
' W. II. J. Mulfobd of New Yoik, ii
stopping at tbe G aye so Hotel.
M.s. Giobob II. Latham, co'.ti n
buyer, has returned to the city.
' Mas. E. Lowkssteiw and family
have returned from Long B ancb.
Mrs. Geougi Arnold and children
returned yesterday fiom the Nortu.
D. M. Rush ill and wife, of Mi'sis
Ippi, are stopping at tbe Gayoso Ho
tel. President Hadden and Mrs. Har
den returned yesterday from Salt Lake
T. H. Collins and G. A. Page, of
Mississippi, are atjpplng at tbe Gayoeo
Mr. and Mas. Maclarkn and child,
from Liverpool, Eng, are at the Gi
J. M. Willi ms will receive this
morning fi st barrel new crop L u
ieiana molaraea of 1830, shipped by his
correspondents, Messrj, Zuberhier &
Behan, of New Orleans. At 12 o'clock
today it will ba sold at the Merchants'
Excbange, by S.cietary Keeling, to
the highest bidder.
Circuit Conrl-Eataa, Judge.
The colondir for tomorrow is is fol
lows: Nos. 8805, L. 8. Taylor vs
the Chesapeake, Ohio-and Sonth
wes'ern - Rii'road Company; 8918,
Mrr. M. T. Pullnn vs the
Memphis and L'ttle Rock Rallroai
Company: 81)19, J. 8. Smith etal. vs
Eugene J. liollanan; mil, Aeron
Thornton vs Fannie Thornton; 8930,
Jcaenh Fader et al. vs W. D. Gannon,
ahead ; 8938, Thomas Clark vs Mary
Uunninpliaru; HHin, KatneiioehcDui a
s tbe Memphis City Railway Com
pny; 8933, 1'. McCarthy vs Mrs. N.
F. Miller; 8954, the IWdent o( tbe
Fire and Po'ice Commietioners vs H.
S. Moeeley ; 8062, C. E. bmlih vs D. O.
Criminal Court-Inbo, Jndgf.
Th9 fnllowicg cares were disposed
'i'boo. Lawmnre, coli r. d, fjr g;and
larceny, Bontt need to seventeen ymn
In the Stute penitentiary, in sivea
larceny, sentenced to tiro years iu tbe
Charles Williams. co!o ed. houar
breaklrg and burglary, eentenced to
imrieen jeais in tin state peniten
Tho grand jury will bo in session
The followirg Is the Criminal Court
calendar lor today: os. 6. W. tlem
Fiazer and Barber; 4, Kansas City
road; 1, John Rant; 4, Jim Ratt; 10,
H. C. Sheartr; 6, MoGrath and other;
o, weisuanii otheis; 3, Frank White
Malford, Jeweler, 294 Mala, ao
nciu oraers rrom taa coontrj.
A PICXIC FOR THE DOTS !
ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th,
OAK HILL CLOTHING HOUSE
Will give away to every School
Boy a 12-INCH RULE or SCHOOL
CASKET, between the bouts of 2
and 6 p.m.
OAK II ALL CLOTHING HOUSE,
251 MAIM STREET,
SOL. HALLE, Proprietor.
Solid Ml verwat-A t Hnlioni's
o ta KatlMl l4Kruianla far
Iar riamblaa aad Uan-rittlag
DycluK and f'loanluK.
Lodits and gents' c'othea cleaned
ordyfdia any co'or, Ho kid glover,
ostrich f atheis end lae cunains by
Lon's li-iikcl, 58 JtO'erti n street, Mom
pbis, Tonn. Giodi received by expiess.
Nnbsrrlbe for the ' Appeal"
MEMPHIS. DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 18S6.
Closimo prices of October opt'nn a'.
Chicago yesterday: Pork, $9 65.
Lard, 6. Clear rib aidee, $7. Corn,
37jc Wheat, 73J 04ts,254c.
A diHpatch from New Orleans cays:
"The Maginnis Cotton OI Works his
been taken in tbe American C it ton
Oil Trust. All the mil s in this city
now are in tbe trust."
Visitors on 'Change yefterdavn
Thomas Grce, Iberville, L,a.i .
L.Mtrmon, Miss.; Gen J. B. Kille
biew, Nashville, Tenn.; J. O. Merri
weatber, Senatobia, Miss. ; W. K
Berv, Burke'a Landinj-. Mine. Harvey
C. Vernon, Chicago, 111. ; J. P. 0eo,
DtsAre, Ark; Will M. Erwin, Des
The following transfers of property
were recorded yesterday:
J. C. Neely U Ben Ricbmind, 100
acres, section 16, townBbip 1, range 6,
weft of Chickasaw pnrcuase, c mntry,
J. D. Randall et ox o T. M. Scrngie,
trustee, to secure R. J. Bla- k A Co in
the sum of $600, part of h.t No. 12,
block 39, northwest corner St. Matin
and Pontotoc, 68 feet f :ont by 150 feet
Jessie Arm'trong et ux to Simuel
HiMcb, trustee, to secure the Memphis
Building and Saving Association in
thesnm of $2600, 205) feet fronton
t'ie old Raleigh roid, eait of Manasses
J. 8. Bailey to W. L. Biley, 40 acres,
ronth of Metnpbi two miles on Trigg
avenue; alo 1167Jx498 ftet on Trigg
avenue, for $4400.
J. T. Dickey to W. T. Arbuckle,
trust deed to secure W. T. Arbunkle
in the sura of $100, bis home plice
Seventh dls rict, Shelby county.
MENKES AND COMPANY.
TODAY we will sell Upright
WILLOW CLOTHES HAMPERS
For $1, only a dollar.
Rogets Brotberb' Al Quadruple
Flat id Ware
1C03 Majolica Quart Pitcher 3 at
LAST HANDKERCHIIF SALE
Of the season. Ladies, Gellemen
and Children can be anpp'if d with
any quantity. This is tbe lust day
that ih's offer will be made.
FOStER'S KIO GLOVE .
FOSTER'S SUEDE GLOVE 8.
New Fall Shades just opened. Wa
are so'eagints f)r Foster's Genuine
French K'd blovts. Foster, Paul
& Co. sell no ether houee in Mem
phis their first quality French Kid
Gloves. You can get the genuiue
fiom us. Efery par is warranted,
and uih pair et imped with fzc
simile of signature thus:
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
LADIES, don't rleny yourselves
tb pleaenre of locking at our mav
rjilkent New Goods. They ara ex
posed for your benefit throughout
thectora. Coaie end look at them.
XEN'KEN AND COMPAJiY.
85 Mad'stu street rfs'denca cf tbe
la'e Dr. R. M. Bu idtke, possession
October It t. Arplvto
J. S. ANDREWS,
. Menken & Co.
Fine atrh ron(rinir at, Hnlford"
At the H'gbes School tomorrow, at
2 o'clock, the pupil will participle in
the cods ruction of the new buildirg,
by each laying a brick in tbe sil d
masonry ot the rislos walls. Interest
ing ciTamonl s - have been arranged,
and pitronj aad iritnis rj invited.
Nouosraui ItansleH Klnltoril.
The Perils or Hoard lug.
"You look though' ful loniaht. Dam.
ley," remarked Feather'.y, as he
etre'enea nimsen on tbe bed.
"Yes," 8;ghed Dumley. "I've just
got a note from the landlady."
"What does she say?" -
"She says that I mutt pay my bask
b -ard at once or her dauithter will ene
me for breach n( promiee, I'm think
ing what I'd better do. I've been
blowing In a dollar a day for cirameU
and Ivo-Ko tuu lir that youoa lid',
and can't afford to loe tb invest
trtnt I guess I'd bettir j dn the
J. V. Vivrett, or NiisIitIIIp, Teun.,
has a-. F. A. Jonne & Co's stable one
car load of extra flue mulie, snitattle
for. dtaya. Also, some extra tadiUe
and haroFBi hordes aud mares which
he is anii'ina to el.
Order "Mullurtl !Ial Itledaln.
All s'ylea and prices to order.
Meoophia S earn Shirt Factory, 224
Met Ratio k Laaomnrnta la da
Adiice to Motheaa.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Srrup
should always be need when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
sufferers at once; it produces natural,
quiet Bleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright aa a button." It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, aoftens the gurue, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and ia the best known remedy
for diarrhiea, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
A Dollar Is a DoIlar.WIiether
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 PARLORS, No. 2G2 Second
Steeet, will give you more for your
moocy than you can obtain elsewhere.
Why Misfits Are 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, althoughthey are called
"Misfits," you get better fits
than you can find among ready
5. Because you really gain what the
6. Because you get clothing that
was made to bring double what
you pay for it.
7. Because you are always certain
of getting full value for your
8. Because Misfits are really the
Our New Goods.
The Misfit Clothinq Parlors
are now displaying hundreds of Fine
We have the finest assortment of
Pants in Memphis.
We show a nice line of beautiful
trftat atvonar point la Ut, we
et Clatbtaai very low, aad: are
therefor able la aril It vary tow.
We alv yd the Beat ChXbiu
for the IiCaat Moavy. i,.-..T . ..
262 Seclfftift Street;
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Teun.
N. B. Remember, all altaratloni to in
ure a perfect lit done free of chjrgo.
asr Open EvealBKS nnH O i Satar
nnliy. ntilll II.
P. M. Staklby, funeral director and
embaimer, 55 Madison street.
Tub primnry and inte-mediate
gradts cf i he O'aia t'onwav In-titu'e
will roopen Mjnday, September 27,
Cnaw "D ummond's Natural Lea."
Tobicco. See that 'wo tin tegs aie on
tbe plug Don't tiki any imitst oa.
Jl'i'd Bid elegpnt.
Mrs CaBRis M. Keating will re
sume hflr I'less'is in music (piar.0 f.n I
voc il) oa tbe lt ot October next. For
terms, apply at K. Wilziuann A Co.'s,
ran lAerUhl Chill Cur, tho lest
tonic;.l i-.iti.jwrKa -. s. A reri.iu
and icie erre .'or osiil pei boi-
'Sua' im.uh oi A:.y ti(-
rno clxen. Addrai.) .l iUu C. K-iner.
G. W. Miller & Co., Patent Asbestos
Fire Proof Kooievs. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
i-on, felt and gravel roofi. No. 55
Many mo hers aro unnble to nurae
their children. In Mich casea the beet
eubttilutito bef.ud is Mtllin'sFco',
prepared after Liebig s formula, which
has proved lo correspond physiologic
ally with mothers' milk.
LbMoybi Insiitcti will reopen
CK'tuber 4th. Piof Steele will return
Irom Europe soon after that date.
The other teachers will all be preent,
Inclndtrg Mr. Stevens, of the Boys'
Industrial Department, from tbe first
Tns "Exposition Universale de Prt
Culinaire" awarded the Liuhfst hon
ors to Angostura BitUra aa the most
ttlictclous stimulant to excite the ap
pel its and to keep the digestive or
gans in good order. Ask for the gen
uine aticle, manufactured only by
Dr. J. G. B. Siegert & Sons, and be
ware of imitations.
ViCKSBrao, September 23. Night
Arrived : City of VickBburg, St. Louis.
She returned at dayngnt.
Pitt?bobo, September 2:?. Night
RivirO feet 3 inches on tbe gange and
stationary. Weather cloudy and cool
Louiaviu.1, S-ptember 23. Night
River 4 feet 5 inches in tne canal and
2 ftet 3 inches na the fulls and risintr,
Business dull. Weather clear and pleas
Cairo, Sptsmber 23. Night River
6 feet 4 intUe on tbe gauge and rising.
Weather fair aud warm. Arrived: Ar-
kanais City, St. Louie. No departures
ol regular packets.
Cincinnati, September 23. Night
River 4 feet 10 Inches on the gauge and
stationary. Weather clear and plea?
aut, after a violtnt wind storm wi:h
rain and thunder at 6 p.m.
11 BStfOvitD BY THS CSS OK COCaUS!!,
And it sdmn'ates an I promote tha
growth tbe hair.
flnmett'N Flavoring Krtrafli ara tha
Subscribe lor; ilie "AjrpeaF."
JTAMES G. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos. S290 and 292 SECOND STREET. MEMPHIS, TENN..
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
Saddles. . Harne Collars,
war bPECUL PRICES to Railroad anc levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper nnd Cart Harness. -
JAMES M. eOOOBAR.
BOOTS & SHOES
No. 319 MAI.Y STREET MEMPHIS, TE.VJiESSEE.
asa-Our Fall and Winter Stock of BOOT
i. nor oompiew, no wa inTiie ins meronania viaii ng jnemnnii 10 call and aximine tha nmi. J. He Hot tuat we aeil mors than any otner
bon bora, and perhapi mora than any house oo'h ot th"ho river, la iuffloie"t evidence that nur goo and prices are nti actor j to
he trade. We til I carry a large line i of t!UjTOlf.M4E tlOIs, innluJing the oe ebrated Ueo. (looker Oalf Boofe, Krinpendort,
Dittman a Co. Ladies Kid, Uoat and pal', beaidei a large variety of other laak.i. Our Eastern mae goodt cannot suriiiserl by
any hon'e. flivo u a call. um,liA ' HAV.
FOR $1 23
Yau can buy of us a pair of If en'a
btltchdown Buckle or Tie Mioee
Ibut cost ou cl.ewbera l 79.
FOR $3 OO
Yon can bny a pair of Hen's !
lera, l,aee Bale or Button alioea,
full atoek cnlfaklu, eearolena
vamp, solid' aole leather and
couater, every pair warranted,
worth at leaat 83 75 to 8t OO
FOR $2 OO
You can buy of ua a pair af La
dle avid Button Hhoea that you
cannot substitute elsewhere for
We offer you Boys' Good, Strang1,
Neat Bottom Shoes, such as you
never bought btfure for less than
a 85 to a SO, the slses running:
from 11 lo 8.
FOR $3 85
We offer you Ladles' Pebbled Goat
Button Shoes, fully worth 84 75.
aarCb.lldren'1 and Mltaei' School Shoes
Cheaper Than Erer, or Anywhere Elie.
Call and Convince Yourselvci.
ZELLNER & CO.
Deviled Crabs, Shrimp,
Salmon, Fresh Can Mackerel,
Brook Trout, Oysters,
Mackerel In Tomato Catsnp,
Sweet BtafTed Pickles,
Sour Pickles by the sal. and in Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Relish,
Wooster Sanee, Tomato Catsup,
Capers, Mustard, Curry Powder,
Salad IrealUK, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheese, Celery Sanee,
Celery Salt, tic , Etc.
J. T. BUGKHAM 3s CO.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
nrig, Ammniii(io:i, Fisblny Tack!
and liase-liall tinotiH,
W'lOLVlPAI.K AND RVI
Ua4 Main &tr, ini.:-, rnm
Manufacturing and Repair-).. 'funi a
Booksellers and Stationers,
3 IS Main St., Memphis, Tcni
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
TUBE PAINTS, CANVAS, Ete.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
mporteri and dealer! la nas, Amma.
nlfiaa and Fishing Taetklo, Balldors'
Hardware, Kleclrle Bells aad An
nunciator for Hotele aad Raildsacei,S43
Main street, Hempkils, Teaa. Electrif
loppliei alwayi oa hand. Repair' a oeetlj
shea t McCarthy, Propr'g,
HO, H3, 144 Front, Memphis.
In the Koath, and the only oompleu
Boiler and Sit-Iron Wurki la theoity.
Mannfatiltirrra of heavy nlate Iron'
work or every description. Bpeoia'
., ,lnn work
Importer and Dealer la
Suns, Flaking Tackle aad Sports,
men's Supplies, aar Speolal attaatlos
given to MANUFACTURING aad KB-PAIRINH.-aa
4ia Itfaln Nt., fiiiithiM. Tann
A. 6. RHODES & CO
Have Removed to
nao BBOOND ST.
n here they will continue to aeil House Fur
nirhing Good, Cncner Thn Anybody,
and ua Kwier ToruiJ
W.TI. L. CLASH. E. J. CAKKI.VGTOX.
AND SHOES-the largest In this marke, and
Ko. 7 MADISOX STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : :
WM. KATZE BERRER, President
INTEBEST AMOWED ON
1 oile nasi Uers
Have attalnrd, haa indnced unprincipled manufaotnrera to place on the market a bate
imitation. We hereby caution the public that nil Genuine Cigarros will bear A REM teal
on each box. and our Factory Number, Itoo, Sd WiNtrlct, M. Y,
The only all long Havana filler cigar on tbe market for 5 cents.
MOON & JOYMB,
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"THK STANDARD OF THE WORLD.
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rAULiUta AilV VillAtTSUll OLIlir.O, '.il.UU All!) U L TT Ataaf.
aarTERMS Oaih, or eaay Monthly Inatallmenti. Write lor Illaatratsd CUlegae.-wa
O. I3L. 3E3COXJOKL rib CO-
SOLE AOCNrS FOR THE SOUTHWEST,
Jffo,888 IVCnlxx St., IiNlexxi.ioli.lai. Tenn.
lal Ualoa Street, Kasbvllle. te, 1IOU Olive ft reel, at. .JLoaK.
Wliolesale Dealers' and Publishers,
Sole Ageota for the following
PI1NOS Kranich &
OltGANH-a Clouah &. Warren, and Smith American.
H-A NEW 7-O0TAVE
Write for dialogue?. Xoc. 331 and
Jt'ST BKCEIVISTG AND IN SI ORE,
1,000 bass cw Croi (Seaton 1S8R), Rio C'oflee.
.000 Uors Iron and Steel Kails-best, brand,
1,000 barrels Jteliaed SiiRar-all trradeH.
100 barrel INew (Jrop (reason ls0), Klce.
l,!iOO pkKs. Leat and Reflned Lard.
150 lierees anvaswed Hams.
100 boxes Rreakt'ast Bacon.
1,000 bags aihoi, Powder and Caps.'
1 OOO bwxes Canned Uoods, Kardines, Oysters, Etc.
I.OOO bxs. pnre Iew Cream Cheese silver Muoa Brand.
1,000 bags baud-picked Virginia and Tennessee Peanuts.
Manufacturers of the celebrated brands of SIL
VER MOON and Mfciltfr IU Pure Stick Candy, aud Baking
: Importers of Foreign Fruits, Leiuous. Oranges,
Nos. 281 and 2SG Main Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
WOODRUFF & OLIVER,
309 MAIS STREET,
Boots and. Slioes
261 "JMLJTlSr ST.
TJR fTOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES
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v S Ollui'i. o m.ii ,..r. ouuiinuu'l nwiuiiij iudw... -
dinm. durable ami atrliah aoods. which we offer at low fguwa.
T Til K TRtlaj we offor Kpeclal lnduoment. Carrying mo.t M onr goods in
SOLID Bl'.KS, we are prepared to fill order, lor apecial aiiea at NO hXTRA COol, thua
enabling Merchant! to Jll In without bring compelled to buy good! not needed.
Aseals for the t elebrateil W. t,. nonstn Men', t air Shoes and S3
Hoys' Shoes ia all style..'
atrlLLUSTRATED CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST MAILED FREE.-va
Fa MEYEIf, Rec'y and Irenm.
F. O. JONES.
on of tbe 'argt to bo found in any market
DEPOSITS. FROM 81 UP.
X. XjXX20 c3 CO.
Factory 300, 3d District. ,V. Y.
Firit-CIaaa Inatruxenta: . ' '
Bach. Gab!er, and Wheelock.
PIANO FOR 10.tps
S'i'.l Second Mrrct, Meuipbls.
with a rail asara
If ew an
: : MEMPHIS, TENN".
FOR FALL AND WINTKR WEAR IS MORE
..k-l..., n .1 fln.flt hut nlao full lin.i of m.