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MMOAD JHE TABLE.
fcalnTllle, V" Orieani ill Tmu B't
mmiMirpi t aukt bouts.
anil after If ay t, 188fl, pumnr trains on
this road will run u follows:
JAbI MAIL.
South.
Aorta.
Mfphll , A 4:30 p.m 9:M a.m
Ll... .B :39 p.m 7:21 a.m
Lelaad .C.... 10:fS p.m t:(i7 e.m
ioibnrf......D. 1:00 a.m 1:13 a.m.
IUrriion R.. iM a.m 11 :16 p.m
Kthel F 5:26 a.m 8: p.m
Baton Keage....H.... 6:14 a.m 7:M p.m
Bow OrLana H . 0:00 a.m 6:00 p.m
CONNECTIONS.
AWith all lines entering. Memphis.
f-With M. A N. W. R. R. for Helena.
0 or tareenyille and Huntington, and all
Arkanaas points.
D-With V. k M. and V., B. Jk P. Railroad..
E-With N., J. A 0. R. R. ior atones and
Jeokaon.
r Tot Points on th. Bran oh.
O With steamers lor Bayou Sara.
II With railroad, diverging for Florida,
T.xm and CoaatlnoinU.
J AS. M. KD WARPS, V. P.endO. M.
A.J.KNAPP.Q.P.A.
laaleelppl and TaanMa.,-Train,
nor. a. followi: New Orleans nail arrives
oaity at v;a.m.t leave, daily at o:l p.m
Newanrl Hewa auad Mlaalaalatnl Tal
ley. Trains move a. tollowit Vaa line
leave, at 10:00 a.m. I Bt. Lonli faat line
leaves at 5 :S0 p.m. Fait line arrive, at 1 .-80
p.aa. o. uuuu ihi tme arrives at v :uo a.Dr
liOUlBTWO and aahvllle Tralrt
move a. follow, t Fat mail arrive, daily at
tun a.m. I leaves at iu:iu p.m. i mall leave,
daily at 10:10 a.m.: arrive, at 4:00 p.m.
Brownaville aaoommodatlom laavaa dailv1
except Sunday, at 6:00 p.m. j arrive. dl'-,
aeepi ounaar , at a tou a.m. islander a time
Mesnphle and Llttla Kork. Tra'"
move aj followa (eentral atandard timet!
He. 1 leave, daily at 4:20' p.m, i arrive! at
V too p.m. 00. 3 leave, at o :no e.m. t arrival
at 8 iftO a.m. No. 6 (freight) leavea Ilopelleld
dally (exoept Sunday) at 6:00, a.m.) arrive.
M7:iu p.m.
Onlf Reel-(Kaaaaia Cltr. Sprlnr
aid and mmnje) Train, leave M. arii
T. depot a. follow. : No. 4, Kama. City ex
prets, leavei at 10:46 ajn. I Mo. 3, Kama.
City exnreaa, arrive! at 3)00 p.m. No. 2,
Kama. Ulty mall, leave. etotuup.m. I Ho.li,
Kama. City mail, arrival at 6:46 a.m. No,
I, St. Louis and Chioaao expreai, leave, at
6;0U p.m.! Be. 1, Bt. Lota and unicagoex
preaa, arrive, at 8 :15 a.m. Ia efteot Sunday.
April 18, 1886.
Memphis) and Charleston Train,
move a. follow, i Through exprei. leave,
daily at 10:40 p.m. Wail and expreii leavei
daily at 10:00 a m. Bomerville aooommoda
tion leavei dally, exoept Sunday, at 6:H0
a.m. Thrnn.h exnreaa arrival daily at 6:26
a.m. Mail and expreiiarrivei daily at lCteO
5 m. Domervilie aoeommoaatioo arrive,
ally, exoept Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
Memphis, Birmingham and At I v.
lie JInllv Sorters Route Train! move ai
follows i No. 1 leavei Memphis dally at ii'A
1,1 arrive, at Holly Sprint, at 5:58 p.m. I
No. t leave. Holly Springs daily at 9:00
a m., arrival at Memphis at II :1b a.m. I No.
6 lseves Memphi. daily at 7:15 p.m., arrival
at Holly Hprlnri at 11:45 p.m.: No. 6 leave.
Bally Springe daily at liu a.m., arrival at
jnemptua at wmq a.m.
THE WEATHER.
ladlealloaa.
For Tenntuet and Kentucky: Fair
wather in Oil eattern portion; local taint
in thi taeitern portion; slightly cooler;
wndt generally southerly.
For Arkansas: Local raini; slightly
cooler; soutlterly winds, becoming variable,
For, Mississippi: Local rains; nearly
tlatitmary temperature; southerly windi.
The riiers will remain nearly itationary.
Meteorological Report.
Time. Bar. Tber. Wind. W'th'r
7:00 .m. 30.001 70.0 E. Olo'dy
3:00 p.m. 30054 84.0 8.E. Fair.
10:00 p.m 30.037 76 0 E, Olo'dy
Vaxlmum temperature, 85.0.
Minimum temperature, 70.0.
Oaone, 11 i.m.. 1.
Rainfall, 0.00.
la Ike Oottaa Brclea. ..
Signal Sirtici, U. 8. Armt, 1
) Beptembei 24. 1880-5 cm. f
' Dlvleion of tolegrami and reporta for
the beneSt of commerce and aurionl
tare. Cotton region bulletin for the
. twenty-four houra ending September
inn, at t o ciock p.m,
1
Jig 5
B 2
2 " S
3'
a
i
MBMPBI8 DIS
TRICT. B
a
B
Memphis
N.shTille
Grand Junction...
Corinth
TuBcnmbla
Decatur
HcotUboro
Hernando
Bateaville
Grenada
Covington
Dyersburg
Arlington
ltrownsville
Milan
Paria
Bolivar
Holly Springs
Oiford
85
87
80
88
80
88
80
85
83
85
88
!)2
00
88
80
88.
85
88
87
70
00
00
60
02
01
58
05
09
6
02
02
01
05
62
60
05
07
70
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.(X)
.00
.00
.00
Puma
Means
1053
87
1240
06
.00
.CO
a jf K w
WilminKton 88 r3 .00
Cliarlesioo ; 88 65 .
AugnaU 88 62 .00
Savannah 80 71 .00
Atlanta 87 62 .00
Montgomery 81) (Hi ,01)
Mobile... 88 68 .01
New Orleans 83 72 .25
Galveston 80 71 .00
Vicksbnrg 88 72 .15
Little Kock 85 68 .00
Memphis 87 65 .00
Sums...... 1029 805 .50
Means 86 67 .07
CITY NEWS.
There are forty-two persona in the
county jail.
Business is becoming brisk in
ponce circles.
President Iladden his settled
ilgui down to business.
The Shelby street car line will be
one ol tne beet paying in the city. .
Judge Galloway's picnic on earth
ouake day is a topic of conversation at
uie uonnnousj.
The merchants are coneratulntlnn-
each other over the prospects for a
Dooming iau iraae.
The general opinion is that the
ticket nominated Thursday has all the
elements oi success.
The Eepublicans held their nri
msries last night to elect delegates to
Mondays csnvenuun.
The Republicans have their con
vention Monday to nominate candi
dates for the Legislature and Congress.
John E. Fnlmer and Adaline
Beaumont, Beuben Semmes and Jane
Allie were- licensed to marry yester
cay.
It is proposed to give a big ball to
aid the firemen in paying for their
uniforms. The movement should be
encouraged.
The dead body of an infant km
found yesterday iu the bayou back cf
the I'eabody sihoul. Justice Fleming
held an inquest.
Mr. J. E. Fulmer and Miss Ade
Jalde Eoauocont, runaway couple
from Faducah, Ky , were married at
the Peabody yeiterday afternoon, and
are still in the ci y.
The indications are tbat "Bib"
Taylor will receive the biggest ovation
upon bis arrival bere tbat was ever
given candidate for Governor any
where in the etate.
A firo broke out about 0 o'clock
last ngbt at a shanty iu the gas works
need ai a tar shed. The, fire engines
were promptly on the scene, and ar
retted the St mes before any serious
damage was done.
C. J. Washington, a darky letter
carrier, handed in h'e. resignation yes
terday. It appears tbat a newsdealer
save him 14 to set a money order for
him in July lan and he forgot to do
it. His treacherous memory led lo a
request for his reeignaton. His
memory has beon faulty for some
time.
Judge Estes yesterday dismirsed
the Bmiih-Slanghter appeal cane in
the Circuit Court. Tbe Chanreiy
Court, it will be remnmbtred, decided
tbat the County Court must say
whether or not twenty-one votes had
been cast for Smith. The court said
ro, and Mr. Smith appealed. Judge
Esies said an appeal could not lie.
Tbe public City Schools will bs
opened on Monday, September 27ih.
Pupils are requf.ted to report to the
eame rooms aod occupy tbe same
seats that they occupied at tbe close of
I he late ses ion. The superintendent
and principals will advance them to
higher rooms in classes. Parents are
requested not to purchase books nntil
they receive the lUt from the teacher.
A meeting ol the teachers will be
beld at tbe Market (street fcctiooi tnis
morning at 10 o'clock.
"I'm looking for my daughter-in-law,"
said a seedy psity with a rubi
cund nose veiterdav to the County
Con.. Cleik. "She's been sashain'
around here pretty lively end I ve lost
track of her. Wanted to see if she
hadn't not married." No license could
be found, and as he started away he
said: " Well. I euess she s gone, and
now I'll go and see the police and hunt
np my wife. She went out lat night
and said she was going to No. 147 Main
street.
"You need not stay here to report
this thing," (aid one of the knowing
ones to an Appeal man on the floor of
the ExDoaiilon Building Thursday
morning as he palled tbe brim of bis
big, sott bat down over one eye ana
stioked his long silky beard. "I can
give yon tbe entire ticket now,"
whereupon lis dotted them down oa
tbe back of a card which the reporter
stuck away in one of his pockets. In
going over his loose memorandum
yesterday evening it dropped out, and
every name but one showed up In the
the order in which they wee written,
and that one beat himeell by talking
too much.
MENKES AND COMPANY.
WE OFEER TODAY
150 All Wool School Suits, 4 to 12
yeais, at f 5 75; a great bargain.
200 Boys' and Youths' All Wool
Suits, long pants, 11 to 17 years,
at $10.
250 Boys' and Youths' School Suits,
long pants, 11 to 17 years, at
$050 to I860.
Gentlemen's handsome All Wool
Business Suits, Scotch. Tweeds
' and All Wool Mixtrres, from
$11 50 to $20.
Gentlemen's All Wool Casiimere
TrouBeu, latest patterns, at $4
and $5 50 a pair.
Remember Oar Dollar list
It is as good as any $2 Hat sold
elsewhere.
200 dozen Gents' Seamless Half
Hose at 15c a pair.
150 dozen Ltdies' Colored and
Striped IIoo (new Fall Styles)
at 25 o a pair.
Foster's Genuine Kids,
All the new shades and new
styles dressed and undressed
Kid Glove, from 5 to 20 button
lengths. We aie sole agents for
Foster's Genuine French Kid
Gloves. Beware of Imitations.
None gonuine unlesa stamped on
inside of glove thus:
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
Test, CoO'ee and Spire.
William Dean and John Lily have
formed a partnership for the purpose
of conducting an extensive business as
codes roaatera and dealers in tea,coffee
and spices. Both of these gentlemen
are well known to the people of Mem
phis, and have bad extensive experi
ence as grocers. Mr. Dean is an ex
pert in sll matters pertaining to roasted
coffee. They will be at 205 Main street
in a few days. Till then they can be
found at 101 Poplar street.
Nalld Silverware at Unlford'a
, A Superb Lnuch
will be set this (8aturday) morning at
13 Poplar street, where Charles Dux
will reopen and continue the saloon.
All are invited. The best of wines and
liquors will bs served,
Order "MnllordMade Modal.
Dandruff
IS BBMOVID BT Tns CS OF COCOASIWS,
And it stimulates and promote the
growth of the hair.
Burnett's Flavoring Entrants are the
best
Chew the Celebrated Horse Shoe
Tobacco. Best and cheapest. All
dealers sell it.
Flue Watch repairing at Mnlford'
Set Hailedta LagaaaarslBa Sa da
yaar riaaablaa.
The "Cotton Belt Route."
The St. Loois, Arkansas and Texas
railway has opened an oiiice in Mem
phis, at No. 41 Madimn street, and is
now prepared to quote freight and
passenger rates to all points in Arkan
sas and Texas. Telephone No. 702.
J0UH J. KUUKHH, Uen. Asent.
KulMirribe for the "Appeal."
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY.
PERSONAL.
Gin. D. II. Reynolds, of Chicot
county, Ark., is at the Peabody.
Mrs. Jissib Armstrong; and Miss
Carrie-Armstrong have returned from
Put-in Bay.
Ma J. M. Boris aod wife left last
night for Chiog, and will be absent
for over a week.
Dr. C. J. Schsrsr returned home
yesterday, alter a five wetks' trip to
the North and Eist.
Will Brooks left yesterday to enter
tbe Senior ciaea at tbe Philadelphia
College of Pharmacy.
Joni J. Riorbh, general agent of
tbe St. Louis, Arkansas and Texas
railway, is now located at 41 Madhon
atieet.
Tea firtt ba'e of cotton was received
today from Bonds, Tenn., consigned
to Aibuckle & Richardson by L?fae &
Bonds, and ginned by Thomas Orgill.
Wm. Maul, Esq., president snd
comptroller; J. L. Frtxier, ticket
agent, and John E:hols, al: of tbe
Cnesaptake and Ohio system of rail
way, srs at the Peabcdy.
Mrs. G. R. McNabb, nee Miss M it lie
Crow, is in the city and stopping at
the Peabody, where she has been
cordially welcomed by her many old
fiiends. Wbile a girl she won great
popularity in the public schools, and
hundreds of pupils to whom she bai
imputed knowledge remember her
with great kindnts and aflection.
Mis McNabb takes her normal posi
tion in tbe public schools, although she
was offered a place in the private
schools of the city. Mrs. McNnbb has
a beautiiul daugbter, Mies B:ssie, who
porsestes all the genius of ber lather,
who lives in tbe afftctions of all who
knew hiB noble character.
Tub Huntsvilln (Ala ) papers an
nounce tbat Mr. John B. Stewart and
Miss Mary R. Tree were united in
marriage in Hurleys, at tbe residence
of Mr. J. L. Bo wen, uncle of the bride,
at 8 o'clock p.m , Monday, September
14, 1880, the Rev. H. H. Smiib offici
ating. We nnite with their many
friends in cordial congratu'ations Mr.
John B. Stewart and bride reached
Memphis last night and are stopping
at tli 8 Peabody. Mr. Stewart Is a
brother to Mr. Wm. R. Stewart, of the
Union and Planters' Bank, and is au
employe cf tbe Miesissippi and Ten
neesee railroad. He ia a gentleman
of integrity, and his bride 1b of tbe
first families of North Alabama. Tbe
bridal ptrty is accompanied by Miss
Fannie B. Stewart, niece of Mrs. M, C.
Gallaway.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Unaton'a Hotel. r
W. H. BINGHAM Makioii.
European plan. Knlargad and rafarnt.hea.
Prion aenordini to tite and loca
tion of roomt.
J h MrKee, Tenn R L Howard, Mill
Mr. A l'erkina, Mia. Mn J E Stile, Mia.
Mra II 8 (layly, Mini A L Clark, Tenn
ti D Pinlay ft f, Mm W T Alexander, Miaa
PCafiin., Ark L 0 Hankin. Miai
P Uloaion. Ark M J Ford. Ky
Mr. U W Clark, Ark Mra Canning A e, Ark
Mra Everett o, Mo 0 D Slater, Mia.
OUarrii, Miaa J K Ward, lenn
B Hogora, Tenn A Karr, Tenn
WT Kmbrey, Tenn M Meriwether, Tenn
B W Ureen, Ark N U Boott. La
J W Little, Ky Mr. N O Boott, La
A Drayfui, Mill W 8 Boott, La
J Klein, La 0 Hinklemann, N Y
11 0 Myers, Miaa Mr. 11 0 Myera, Miaa
J D Wllliamt. Miaa Mr. M Aloxander, Ark
K D Huaaell, Miaa Miaa L Howie, Tenn
LShellon,Tenn H O Lowe, Tenn
W m Karr, Tenn B U Porter, Tenn
J A Ueiater, Tens T A Arrington, Mill
KM Leach, Tenn.
Peabody Hotel.
0. B. GALLOWAY k CO -..PaoraiiTOis.
Hatea 11 60 and t3 per day. according to
aiie and looation of room Bpeoial
rate. made. .
Auatin Millor, Tenn T M Kdwarda, Tenn
FA Handle, III JPMellen.La
H H Kduiunda.Tenn B MoCauly. Ark
KKHcotl.Tenn W V Wendland, Ark
R A Kvani, MO OB Howry, Miaa
0 F Maion, Md G P Landman, Ala
Jl 0 Anderaon, Tenn S J McDowell, Tenn
T L l'ieroe, Miaa J G Smith, Tonn
J K Fulmar Aw, Ky G W Henry, 111
1 ii Brown, Kaa 11 0 Coke if, Tex
John Jreya, K I Skell Hayne, N V
A B Plnney, Maaa 1)11 Reynolda, Ark
T P Kni.ht, Miaa T J Barnard, Ga
8 W Wilaina, Ua OH Ingeraon, Tens
U M Floyd, La M Kahn. N Y
A Krbrlcn, Ind J 8 Hmith, Miaa
(1 D driilln, Maaa II H McCalob, Miaa
Mra Clarke A. Miaa Miaa M Molary, Mo
W M Doudaon Aw, Mo Miaa Alioe Moore, Mo
Mra Nelrnn Ad, Wia Mra M Ticker. Wia
frank Marigold, Mist U M unlock, Mo
HKhired.Mo CD Oliver, Ark .
B W Snyder, N Y G William., Ark
W Wood, Kt L W Hunk, Wia
1' E Payne, Kr K G Davidson, Ky
J E Illnke, Miaa MKIink, NY
K J Harris, Mo J McDonald, Mo
W II Flynn, Ky II U Matlaok, Ky
W Mabel, NY J L Frailer, Ky
J Gehula, Ky A L Weiainger, Miaa
W L llnyd, Tonn J B Pimintre, La
J M l'ohna.Tenn J D Wood, jr. Tenn
C Wright, Miaa W T Towne, Va.
The New Unj oho.
FAKRINGTON, STEWART A WHITE,
Priipbiitokii.
Rata &! 50 toM par day, according to loca
tion of room..
T F Puffin, Tenn W B Jonea Aw. Ark
G II Frioberg, Ark G I) Moore Aw, Miaa
G T Ciipplonnin, Miaa D II Shell, Miaa
KBKrana, Tonn J Morria, Tonn
W II L'oloinan, Tonn A 1) French, Wia
II llondy, NY II Meyerheitner, N Y
HMhiio, La E Wolf, Mo
0 Luilinger, Ohio G L Gurley, Ohio
1 M Uopkina, Miaa B A Tatuin.Miaa
L N Gurrett, Miaa A Sitnpion, Ark
K J Lipacomb, Tenn E L Talbot, Tenn
K B LeMortin, Tenn D J Kearna, Tonn
W M Farnbee, Tenn W II Stovall, Miaa
J C Furgnaon, Miaa K Hoffman Aw, Miaa
G GStoutenburg, III R L Allen, 111
W J Manaon, Ohio L J llartman, Ky '
M D Ryan, Tenn A A Kioharda, Tenn
O E Fairohild, Tenn R I Kraken, Mia.
M EHIinpaon, Miaa LBEUia.Ga
R G Hall, Ga K R Lealie. Tenn
G E llumea, Tenn H T Butterfiald, Tenn
B T Perkina, Tenn J U Planton, Ark
L F Hodman, Ark BLWilaon.Ark
C B Newman, Miaa L T Barnea, Miaa
P U I'almor, Miaa KM Bauaman, Miaa
Chaa Moore, La R W Sheldon, N Y
Wm Sawyer Aw, Pa Miaa Mary Sawyer, Pa
H W Perkina, Ind L B Lowia, Ind
II W Jonea, Mo UK Cumintng, Mo.
Dairy's European Hotel.
Onrner of Adami and Main atreeta. Room.,
60o, 75o and 11 per day; American Plan,
U per day.
Flrat rlaaaReataurant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 yeara with Peabody Hotel),
Proprietor.'
W L Hamilton, Ind T J William., Mo .
O 0 Goodall, Miaa T M Watla, Miaa
U T Kobertaon, Miai P U Clyne, Tex
A A Harria, Tenn W H Bell, Ga
II T Lrtler, Ind M T Hinea, Ky
II J A.lama, Mo WBAdami.Mo
R L Alexander, Tenn P U Fauat, Miaa
J M Anderaon, Miaa J F Burna, Tenn
T A Nolan, Ohio W TOwena, Tenn
F Murphy, Tenn B Steven., Tann
WUIIrown.lod J T Cut'ea, Ark
E A Garbook. Ark II Cunningham, N C
1) Gardner, Tenn R P Carthy, Tenn
RFO'Neil.Tenn Kd Bullock. Tenn
J W Jamea, Tenn 11 Kobb, Tenn
F Lewla, Mo G F Minor, Ark
8 1 Henry, Tenn J P Bethel), Ark
C Llentel. jr. Ohio T A Harrington, Miaa
F Doyle, jr, Mia. W T Adama, Mo
TJHlcka, Ark J Ruhel, Miaa
R F Wllliami, Tenn R H Owalhney,Tenn
P Kearna, Mo II V Joyce, Trx
M Monaghan, Tenn F A Holmes, Miai
W Roberta, Mia. G W Cox, Tenn
C Davia, Tann G E Litocheker, 8 C
EMMurry, Tenn JAWiaoAw, Ala
K M Jonea, Tenn.
J. D. Yivrett, or Nashville, Tenn.,
has at F. A. Jones & Co's stable one
car load of extra fine mules, suitable
for drays. Also, some extra saddle
and harness horaes and mares which
be is anxious to sell.
M oiford, Jeweler, 2U4Haln, so
licits orders from the couutry.
He) to Batlodae imremaralao for
yotir Plnmblaa; Md Ua.I'lttlac
KhirU! Mlilrlsl
AU styles and prices to order.
Memphis S:oam Shirt Factory, 224
Second.
GET 1PEY!
A Dollar Is a DoI!ar,U lietlier
Saved or Earned.
How to Have Cash!
Letting In a Little Light on
the Subject of Lucre.
A dollar saved in 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
for it.
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
Street, will give you more for your
money the a you can obtain elsewhere.
Why MistttsAre the
Cheapest.
1. Because you are sure oi getting
good cloth.
2. Because tailor garments are al
ways well made.
3. Because you get the best of
clothing for less than half its
actual value.
4. Because, although they are called
"Misfits," you get better fits
than you can find among ready
made clothing.
5. Because you really gain what the
tailors lose.
C. Because you get clothing that
was made to bring double what
you pay for it.
7. Because you aro always certain
of getting full value for your
money,
8. Because Misfits are really the
cheapest.
Our New Goods.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors
are now displaying hundreds of Fine
Suits.
We haye the finest assortment of
Pants ia Memphis.
We show a nice line of beautiful
Fall Overcoats.
trSuratroui point ia tbat we
a lottaioac very law, and are
tnerrarkbleleall it very low.
We BlV'7on the. Beat nothing
for tbe Iiettat Money,
MISFIT
ClotliingParlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
N. B. Remember, all alteration, to In
lure a perfeot flt done free of charge.
aar Open Evealnra nntil S Satar
tmlny. nntll II.
localnotic.es.
P. M. Stanlbv, funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison street.
Mrs, A. W. Parks, teacher of piano
forte. For terms inquire of O. K.
lionck & Co.
Tub primary and intermediate
grades of the Clara Conway Institute
will reopen Monday, September 27,
1886.
Mies Cabhib M. Kbatino will re
sume ber classes in music (piano anil
vocal) on the 1st of October next. For
terms, apply at E. Witzmann & Co.'s,
Second street.
Tbb Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonioand anti-periodio known. A certain
and aura oure ior cliilia. Price ft per bot
tle. Send etauipl for eircnlnra. Any ref
erence alien. Adiirei. John C. Hacker,
Lynahberc, Va.
G. W. Miller & Co.,Fatent Asbestos
Fire Proof Roofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. No, 55
Madison street
Many mothers are unable to nurse
their children. In such cases tbe best
substitute to be found is Mellin's Food,
prepared after Liebig's formula, which
baa proved to correspond physiologic
ally with mothers' milk.
LkMoynb Inbtitutb will reopen
October 4th. Piof. Steele will return
from Europe soon after that date.
The other teachers will 111 be present,
including Mr. Stevens, of the Boys
Industrial Department, from the first
day.
Tub "Exposition Universelle de Part
Culinaire" awarded the highest hon
ors to Angostura Bitters as the most
efficacious stimulant to excite the ap
petite and to keep the digestive or
gans in good order. Ask for the gen
uine article, manufactured only by
Dr. J. 6. B. Siegert & Bona, and be
ware of imitations.
Ifoxie! What Is II?
A harmlees. simple nerve food that
will supercede stimulants and ner
vines. It contains not a drop of med
icine, stimulant or alcohol, and is the
only thing known that will recover
brain and nervous exhaustion, kill the
thirst for alcohol drinks, opium, etc.;
gives a vigorous appetite, refreshing
sleep, and is invaluable to the brain
worker nd those Buffering in any
form trom nervousness, as it recovers
everything caused by overtasking the
nervous system. Moxie Nerve Food
is a delicious beverage, and is for sale
by leading druggists.
For Kent.
The store 40 Madison street, occu
pied by Duntue A Co. Apply to
J. 8. ANDREWS, Menken 4 Co.
MouojcritiH 1 tang lea Mnllonl.
l.oulavllle Caaaent.
I'HKI'ARK for f loops.
Foundations, cellar walls and build
ings subject to overflow should be con
tructed wltn xouiBvuie tjement.
the standard.
It is
SEPTEMBER 25. 18S6.
JAMES C. BE1JU President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY GO.
Nob. 3290 and 293 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WHOLESALE-
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
-OF-
laddies.
SABDJT.BY XX BDWAItE AND IEATHEK.
tcf SPECIAL PBICES fc Railroad ant levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness,
JAHES X. GOO DBA R.
GOOBBAR&OOMFAMY
BOOTS & SHOES
Wo. 319 MAIN STREET MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
HTOur Fall and Winter Stock of BOOTH AID SHOES the laraeat in thil market, and one of the largest to be f ootid in any market
is now complete, and we Invite the Merohanta viaitina Memphis to call and examine the same. The fant that we sell more then any other
home here, and perhapi more than any house aonih ol the Ohio river, ia aumoient evidence that oar goods and pricea are satisiaotory to
the trade. We still carry a large line of CUNTOH-M AIiK GOODS, inoluding the oe'ebrated Geo. Hooker Calf Boots, Kriupendorl,
Dittman k Co.'s Ladiea' Kid, Goat and Call, beaides a large variety of other makes. Our Baatern marie goods cannot he surpasaed by
anyhou'a. Blve ua a call
WORKINGMEN I
ATTENTION!
STITCHDOWNS !
FOB $1 25
Ton can bny of ns a pair of Men's
Slltcbdowaa Bnekle or Tie (itaoeo
tbat eoat you elsewhere 91 79.
FOB $3 OO
Ton can bny a pair of Men's Gai
ters, Lace Bala or Bntton Slioea,
fall otook calfskin, aeamleaa
vamp, solid sola leather and
counter, every pair warranted,
worth saf leaat B3 75 to M OO
elsewhere.
FOB 2 OO
Ton can buy of na a pair of Lat
diea' Bid Bntton Bhoea that yon
cannot ubatltuto elsewhere for
a oo.'
FOB $1 75
We offer yon Boya' Good, Strong,
Neat Bntton Shoes, auch as yon
never bought before for leal than
a 0 to 93 OO, the si sea rnnnlna;
from 11 to a.
FOB $2 25
We offer yon Ladles' Pebbled Goat
Bntton Shoes, fully worth M 70.
srChildren'a and Misses' Sohool Shoes
Cheaper Than Ever, or Anywhere Else.
, Call and Convinoa Yourselves.
ZELLIJER & CO.
Deviled Crabs, Shrimp,
Salmon, Freeh Can Mackerel,
Sardines, Lobsters,
Brook Trout, Oysters,
Mackerel In Tomato Catsup,
Sweet Stuffed Pickles,
Sour Pickles by tbe al. and In Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Relish,
Wooster Sanee, Tomato Catsup,
Capers, Mustard, Curry Powder,
Salad Dressing, Olives, Olive OH,
Cream Cheese, Celery Sanee,
Celery Salt, Etc., Ele.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
R. KUPFERSCHHIDT.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Guns, Ammnnition, Flchlng Tackle
and Rase-Kall Hoods.
WHOLESALE AND RETAU...
834 Main Street, Meniiitt. til
Manufacturing and Repairinv cf Huns a
Specialty.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
218 Main St., Memphis, Tenl
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
Artists' Materials,
TUBE PAINTS, CANYA8, Etc
J. 6, SCHMIDT & SON
Importers and dealers In Guns, Amnan.
nil Ion and t'lahlna; Tatekle, Bnllders'
Hardware, Kleelrle Bells rad An
nnnelatora for Hotels and Residences,S40
Malm atreet, Mempkla, Tenn. Eleotrie
supplies always oa hand. Repair! n neatly
done.
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
SHEA MCCARTHY, Propr'8,
110, 142, 141 Front, Memphis.
ONE Of THE LAROKST BOILER SHOPS
in tba Booth, and the only oompleta
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Works In the city.
Manufacturers of heavy plate lron
work of every description. Speolal
wli Hn tn nUnta'lon work.
Frank Schumann.
Tmtutataa aajl Tiafcaalot !
wirwin' (BUIA M sjasava aen
Guna, rishlmsi Taeklo and Sports),
men's Supplies, aw fipeolal attention
sivan to MANUJACTURIN9 and Bl
PAIRINU. -va
412 Main NtMempliK Trnn
A. 6. RHODES & CO
Have Removed to
a a a bboond a T.
Where they will continue lo sell Hoiae For
nishini Uooda Cheaper Than Anybody,
and on Kaaler Term a
finriMi f
E.
Harness.
EBTAEHHHian ibgo.i
WiH. I.. tXABK. E. J. VAKBINGTOX.
WHOZiBSAIiB
IC
Wo. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : :
WM. KATZEJiBERGEB, President.
1STEBEST ALLOWED ON
Z. N. ESTES.
S. S.
I?J.IESstos x& Go
(SCCCEHSOBS TO ESTES, DO AN A CO.)
YLolesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Hps. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
- : , ,
To the Trade and Bmokos
THE IMMENSE
Have attained, has induced unprincipled manufacturers to place on tha marVet a baaa
imitation. We hereby oaution tbe public that all Genuine Cigarroa will bear A KED Seal
on each bos. and our Factory Number, UOO, Sd District, N. If.
The only all long Havana filler cigar on the market for O cents.
OBO. Xs. TjIEB cy OO.,
Factory 800, 3d District, S. Y.
MOON & JOYIJER, Vholesale Agents,
"TBE STANDARD OF TOE WORLD."
PABLOB AND CIIAPEL STYLES, J25.00 AND UPWARD.
snrTKRMS Cash, or easy Monthly Installaienta. Write for TJlastratad Catalefae.M
O. Kl- 3E20XJOK1 OO.
SOLE AGENTS FOB THE SOUTHWEST,
No. BOO Mitlu tat., Xa.Ze9xxi.T3la.l0e Tenn.
Id Union Street, HaabTllle. Mo. 1100 OUts Street, BS. joatfBT
E. WITZEfAMMi o.
Wholesale Dealers and Publishers,
UBiC
Sole Asentt for the followinc Firat-Clasa Instruments;
STEINWAY and KNABE
PIMOS... Kranich & Bach, Gab!er, and Wheeiock.
Olif-IANW Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
aar A NEW 7-O0TAVE PIANO FOR $)190.-so
Write for CataloRuei. Nop. 831 and 233 Second Street, Memphis.
(BVCtENSORS TO S. L. LEE), JOBBEKS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
875 Main Street. Opp. Court Sqnare, Memphis, Tenn.
MOiffilE GROCERS,
' JUST BECEIVINS AND IN STORE,
1,000 bags New Crop (Season 1886), Ulo Coffee.
3,000 kegs Iron antl Steel Nails best brands.
1,000 barrels Ketlncd Sngar all jrradet.
100 barrels New Crop (Neason 1886), Klee.
1,5(M pkgs. Iieat and Heflned I.ard.
ISO tierces CanvaHsed ilams.
10O boxes Breakfast Macon.
1,000 ban;s Shot, Powder and Caps.
18. OOO boxes Canned Ooods, Sardines, Oysters, Etc.
I.OOO bxs. pnre New Cream Cheese silver Moon Ilrand.
1,000 bags hand-picked Virginia and Tennessee Peannts.
Mannfactnrers of the celebrated brands of SIL
TEIt MOON and MEMPIIIPure Stick Candy, and Making
Powder.
Importers of Foreign Frnlts, Lemons, Oranges,
Italslns, Nnts, Etc.
Nos. 284 and 28G Main Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
mm no. & cc
IBoots and SHioes
261 TuTJk.XlSr ST.
-tUR 6T0CK OP BOOTS AND SHOES FOR FALL AND 'WINTER wear IS MORE
KJ oomple'e than ever, eompriains not only the beat and fineat but alao lull lines of me
dium, durable and styliah goods, whioh we offer at low Sgures.
va.b.k M..kv . m i i
SOLID SIZES, we are prepared to fill orders lor ayeoial sises at NO EXTRA COaT, thus
enabling Merchants to fill In without being compelled to buy goods not needed.
Acenta for tbe Celebrated W. I., nonalaa Jien'a fair snoea ana
Moya' Shoea In all eiylce.'
avr ILLUSTRATED CATAL08UB AND PRICE LIST MAILED FREE.1
F. MEYEIl, fcec'y and ieaa.
Collars,
F. O. JONES.
U KAK 4'tPA!Y.
$100,000
I. KATZENBERGER. Cashier.
DEPOSITS. FROM S)l UP.
BPICER.
W. B. DO AN.
POPULARITY OUR
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