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RIMOID TIE TABLE. '
LotlMlHe, If w urieauf sad Texas 't,
l(Wl(tIPFl fAUII ROUT S
aad erter May Lis, ptwiw tr 4iM8B
thii road will ran at follow ,.
Baton Keuire.... ;
New 0rltamM. J a
i K e.ra
, 1:44 a.m
I 5:28 a.m
11 :1 p.m
:U a. mi
'A-Tlth all ltr.ei entering Memrhli.
fc-Wlth M. k. N. W. R. R. for Helena.
0 for dlrer.aville and Huntington, and all
D-With V. k M. and V.. 8. ft P. Rallroadt.
K With N., J. AC.R.R. ior WatoUoi and
F Tor Point on tha Brenoh.
O With ateamere ior Baron Sara.
fl With railroad! dlrerglng lor Florida,
Texai and ".oentinoinia.
JAB. M. EDWARDS, V. P.endO. M
A. J.K.NAPP, U. P. A.
at Isslsstppl and Tmawin,-Tralni
more aa followai New Orleani aiail arrival
daily at V:s.m.MeeTee dally at o:UU p.m,
iwptrlltwiaad Mlewlaalnnl Tm
ley. Traina move aj tollowai Fait lna
leevet at 10:00 a.m.: Bt. Lonit fait Una
laaTai at :30 p.m. ! Fait Una arrival at 1 :S0
p.m. t bt. A.ouli taiwina arrival at V :06 a.m
LonlsTllle aad Haebvllle Traina
mova ai lollewa: Fait mail arrival daily at
o :15 a.m. i leavu at 10:10 p.m.: mall leave!
daily at 10:10 a.m.i arrival at 4:00 p.m.
- Browaivilla aooommodatiom leavu dally'
eioept Sunday, at 6:00 p.m.) arrival dally,
leapt Sunday, at 8:50 a.m. (atandardtime).
Meaaphls and Little Rock. Tralni
move aa follow! (central itandard time))
Mo. 1 leavei daily at 4:20' p.m, i arrival at
9 :5S p. m. Mo. S leavei at 6 :56 a. m . : arrival
at 8:50 a.m. No. 6 (freight) leavei Uopefleld
daily (eioept Sunday) at 6:00. a.m.i arrival
at 7:10 p.m.
Half Honte (Kannaa City, Sprtne;.
Id and If emplila) Tralni leave M. and
T. depot at followi: No. 4, Kanaaa City ex
creta, leavei at 10:45 a.m.: No. 3, Kama!
City expreaa, arrive! at 8V) p.m. No. 2,
Kaniai City mail, leavei at6:00 p.m. t No. II,
Kaaiai City mail, arrival at 8:48 a.m. No.
1. Bt. lioaii and Chieaam eipreaa, leavei at
6:00 p.m.; Ne. 1, Bt. Louie and Chloanoei-
Sreaa, arrival at 8:45 a.m. Ia afoot Sunday,
prU 18. 18Hfl.
Honpbli aad Charleston Train!
nova ai followi: Through axpreii leave!
dally at 10:40 p.m. Hail and eipreu leavei
dallv atl0:00a m. Bomervllle aoeommoda-
tion leavei daily, axoept Bunday, at 5:30
a.m. Through expreaa arrival daily at 5:25
a.m. Mail and expreaa arrlvee daily at 1C:U0
S.m. Domervuie aooommoaallon arrival
ally, axoept Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
Memphis, Birmingham and Atlaa.
lie Holly Springe Route Tralni move ai
follow! i No. 1 leavei Memphli dally at 8:45
pm. I arrive! at Holly Burinci at 6:58 D.m. i
No. i leavei Holly 8nringa daily at W:00
a m., arrival at Memphli at II :16 a.m. I No.
6 ltavei Memphli daily at 7 :15 p.m., arrival
.t Holly Bpriati at 11:45 p.m.i No. leave!
lolly H prion dally at 2:15 a.m., arrival at
javmpuia ai n:n a.m.
lad leal lona.
For Temrme and Kentucky: Local
rami, followtd by air weather; tlightly
cooler ; toulheatterly wind$.
Mmrmn, Tags., Beptember 25, 1WW.
: 3:1)0 p.m.,'211 94(1
Maximum temperature. 85.0.
Minimum temperature, 72.0.
Ofeono, 11 a.m., 1.
Rainfall, 0.03. .
Ia the 4'atlaa Regloai.
SlOHAL Sehtick, U. 8. Aumt,
September 25, 18805 p.m. j
Dlvieion of tolenrnms and reports for
tha bsnefit oi commerce and BRricul-
lure, uoitoa resioa bulletin for tbe
twonty-four hour ending beptember
V. 25th, at a o'clock yjn.t , , -
MIM PHIS D1S
TalCT. 0 B
a 7 o
13 rand Janction..!
Tinio. Bar. Ther. I Wind.jW'Ui'r
30 0031 73 0 8.E. Olo'dr
81.0 S.E. .Oio'dy
I 77 0 ' 8K. loio'dy
BIBTWCTB. 2 j g g. o"
I 9 1
WilmiPKton 80 f,4 .00
Charles' on 87 65 .00
Augusta 86 63 .00
Savannah... 8S 68 .
Atlanta 85 64 .00
Montnomery 88 07 .01
Mobile 89 70 ,14
New Orleans--.... 85 74 .20
Galveston 80 70 ,64
Vicksburg 88 72 .21
Little Kock 88 61) .77
Memphis 80 68 .05
Sum 1042 814 2.08
Means 87 68 .17
Memphis Theater opens tomor
"Wait nntil after the earthquake"
la a favorite form of procrastination. '
T. C. Loonev waa flnaH tin In tha
Police Court yesterday for assaulting
vi. u. ivsui.
U the weather is fine the tobog
gan will draw hundreds of poople this
afternoon and evening.
Coroner Coleman has appointed
T. T. Taylor and Justice Powel his
deputies to hold all inquests.
The Young Men's Hebrew Asso
ciation will hold thoir regular meeting
this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock sharp.
All the colored delegates to the
Republican convenilon will meet at I.
. Norrit's on Monday morning at 10
Thp black stallion, W. P., that
wis nfliid off last night was won by
Lottiell and Dngm. The hightest
thiow was forty-ilvo.
Justice Smith is repotted lo be in
a very prtctrious condition at his
residenc south of the city. He has
been in bad health for some time.
JuBtlce Barry will open an office
on Adams street, next door to the Sta
tion Honre, and tbe indications are
that he will do a rousing business.
The drive to the Jockey Club
house is now in excellent condition,
and can be accomplished with a good
team in a little over a quarter of an
Wiggins may bs as much of a
fraud aa old Mother Shipton, but
there are hundreds of superet'tious
people who believe him to bs a true
The meeting of the B, M. C. cf
. U. O. cf O. F. will be held at
lelnhia Oct , her fith. TicksU
sold by the Louisville and Nashville
railroad lor l?19, round tn October
2d and 3d.
Cent. Jim Glass has returned from
Nashville, end paid bis respects yes
terday to Chiif Davis. He says he
will retire to the shades of private life
and won't drive a hack again. Jim
broupht Reub Shaw's regards to his
old ft tends of tbe police.
Pointlar Science Monti dy, Atlantic,
Harper i Magazine, Southern Biuouac,
f ir October; Comedietta and Farcet, by
Morton ; Both in Oie Wrong, by Spen
cer, are a few of the attractions that
Matisford has to offer tbe reading pub
lic today. Open until 1 o'clock.
There will be a special meeting of
the Women's Christian Association,
Tuesday, from 3 to 4 o'clock p rn., at
273 Main s'rett, in tbe interest of
hoiiss to bouce relief work. All new
or old members interested in that de
partment are expected to attend.
The superb band of Jacqaes de
Molay F.ncamDment No. 2, Knights
Templars, of New Orleans, serenaded
the AprKAL ollice yesterday evening.
They sre on their way home from St.
Louis, where they attended the great
E. May and Minnie Bchwarzen
berg, Sherman Jones and Ada Jeffer
son, Ransom Wellbanks and Mary
Brown, Mosea Hill and Linda Lfe.
Henry Blonitson and Emma J. Win
chester, J. 8. Woodward and Jennie
K, Morri", James Lindaey and Ella
Foster, were licensed to marry yester
day. Public schools open tomorrow.
Pupils are requested to report to tbe
same rooms and occupy the same seats
that they occupied at the close of tbe
late session. The superintendent and
principals will advance them to higher
rooms in classes. Parents are request
ed not to purchase books nntil they
receive the list from the teachers.
Memphis, the metropolis of the
State, is preparing to do as she ought
give "Bob" Taylor a royal reception
on bis arrival here. Col. It. F. Looney
baa been spoken of as an appropriate
man to deliver an address of welcome,
and it ia suggested that every man
whb can buy or borrow a horse should
mount and go out in procession to
The New Memphis Theater opens
tomorrow night wi'h Wilson and
Rankin's Minstrel Company. They
appear Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day nights and Wednesday matinee.
Tbe sale of seat has been very gcod.
The company ii said to be excellent,
the Pavsnellss and Poluski brothers
being especially attractive features.
Michael Strogoff will follow the
minstrels at the Memphis Theater,
beginning on Thursday evening and
finishing the week. The production
is that of Charles H. Andrews, who,
three years sgo, bought tbe play and
all its rights from Haverly and Col ville,
and who has, by embsliahing the play
in the most lavish manner, and by tbe
introduction of a minuet carnival ta
inted an interest into the already pow
erful Russian play which won both
fame and fortune for him last season.
MichaH Strogoff will be seen here this
week, with complete and entire new
scenery In everv act. with new. rich
and expensive contumea, wita savariil
new ana remarxanie Btrong specialties,
and wun a powertur company.
Basiball at Island Grove Park this
P. M. Staklit, funeral director and
emDaimer, oo JUauison street.
Mrs. A. W. Pa bus, teacher of piano
forte. ior terms inquire of O. K.
llouck & Uo.
Dr. Nelson baa removed his dental
office to his residence. No. 02 Madison,
opposus uiarenaon no'.ei. -
Tin largot assortment of tablets and
school novelt'cs in tbe city at E. F.
Wills & Co.'s, 317 Main Street
Tub primary and Intermediate
grades of the Clara Conway Institute
will reopen Monday, September 27,
Chkw "Diummond's Natural Leal"
Tobkcco. See that two tin tegs are on
me uiug. Don't take any imitation.
juiiu ana elegant.
aiies iAHitii m. Keating will re
sume her classes in tnuslo (piano an I
vocal) on the lit of Octobor next. For
terms, apply at E. Witamann & Co.'s,
Tbi Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonioand anti-reriodio known. A oertnin
and lure enre for ohllli. Price tl par hot-
tie, neii'i uu) for oireulara. Any ref
ereane men. Artilnuf John C. Uusker,
G. W. Mii.i kb A Co., Patent Asbestos
rire x rooi itooiers. or auraoiuty,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. No. 55
SI ad iso n street.
many momers are unable to nurse
their children. In such cases tbe best
substitute to be found is Mellin's Food,
prepared after Liebig'a formula, which
" 1'iuvcu iu uorreepunu puyaiuiogic
ally with mothers' milk.
lemoynb IN8T1TUT1 will reopen
October 4th. Prof. Steele will return
from Europe soon after that date,
The other teachers will all be present,
Including Mr. Stevens, of the Bnva'
Industrial Department, from tbe first
Th exercises at the First Metbodiat
Church ted ay promise to be of special
Interest. Ttis morning Dr. Steel will
preach especially to boys, though he
hopfs the boys' friends will be on
band, too. The evening service will
begin with a service of song by tbe
coorus cnoir, and Dr. Uieei will preach
on "The Influence of the Feolinon in
Religion," one of a series of sermons
to the unsaved. Dr. Steel's pastorate
at me nrst ctmrch will close soon.
Fine Watch repairing at JUlford's
Hakerllnt Beala, SIO Becoad si.
All styles and prices to order.
Memnhia Steam Rlilrt Factory. 234
do ( KBtletlae Laaeaanlae fat
wear Plaaablaa aa Uaa-rilUaa
Order "Mulford Made Medals.
J. . Vlvrett, of Nashville, Tenn.,
has at F. A. Jones & Co'a stable one
car load of extra fine mules, suitable
for drays. Also, some extra saddle
and harness horses and mares which
be is anxious to sell.
ot Katledaje UlomanlBe (a da
The celebrated No. 9 Kentm-kv
Coal, Mt Henry mines. Lump and
Aut teal wholeRA'e and retail.
, . . DKNNY O'NKIL, Agent.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY.
C. J. Scheueb has returned home,
Capt. Holmes Cummins ia at home
Max Rasbett ht returned from tbe
M. w. A beams and wife have gone
.st ior a nymg trip.
Miss Susan M. Wilion has returned
home from her summer trip.
Capt. Jones, of the Atlanta Jour
nal, was in the city yesterday.
A good litt of caies is Bet for trial
in tbe Circuit Court tomorrow.
Mas. 8. M. MoCau.csi returned yes
terday Irom Alleghany Springs, V a
Mns. W. 8. Stuff-kit has returned
from her summer trip to Waukesha
Jddgb J. B. Morgan, of the Sec
ond Mississippi District, was in tbe
Mas. M. Johnson It ft last Monday,
with bf daughter Lizzie, for Sr. Cecilia
College, jNasnville, ienn.
Habry Miller left yet-tenliy for
Loniaville, to visit relatives and take
in tbe exposition. He will retnrn in
about ten days.
Tua Rev. Dr. Evarts will fill the
pulpit of the First Baptist Church this
evening lis always pleases ana in
strncta his audiencr.
Every member of the First Baptist
Church and Sunday school is requested
A- L. A. Al.l- 1 i ' .
to uo iirtaeuii iuis muruias. ouuie
thing important to all.
P. II. Strickland, of Center Hill
Miss., brother of Mr. G. K. Strickland
of the Register's office, paid the city a
iiying visit yesterday.
Miss ukack Ijbwellyn will resume
her clsss in elocution SeDtembar 27th
For terms, etc., rail at No, 89 Adams
a ' roof m f ms Q t'ilinlr
a vi pmvi u v blUVSti
Hknby Levy, a popular young sales
man lata with Menkens, has accepted
a good position in one of the leading
noases oi Monticeiio, Ark.
Mik3 Maby Adami hasreturned.and
ill a LI 1 1 !
vein toBuiuq icuuuiUK uor uiibs ia
mueio on Monday, September 27th,
Address, E. Witzman & Co. s.
Vicksbubo Herald, 25th : Capt. O. C.
Cowan and bride airived in this city
at i o ciock tnis morning irom Mem
phis. They will ramain in the city
soma aays visiting relatives.
The Rev. Dr. Evarts, of Boston, will
preach at the Central Baptist Church
th's morning at 11 o'clock, and the
Kev. Dr. Blackburn, oi litfayette, lnd
will preach tonight at 7 :30 o'clock.
Mr. Walter A. Goodman add her
daughters, Misses Louise, Cerinne
and Norma, have returned to the city
after a most delightful sojourn at
Crab Orchard, Lexington and Knoi'
Mbs. J. W. II upton hss recently
marnea irom Virginia and is at Mrs.
Campbell's, No. 431 Shelby street, on
a farewell visit to Memphis before ber
floal departure for Honda, her future
H. G. Hollenbsbq is still in New
York, having been detained by orders
for three more Parlor Grand ilollen-
berg Pianos, tent to him this week by
his Lit I lo Rock home, for prominent
We are plessed to announce that
Trae R. Purjear, with li. Lowenstein
& Bros., has entirely recovered from
tbe painful and daogerous operation
performed on him some fifteen days
ago. Much credit is due bis attending
phvslcian, Dr. T. J. Crofford. who so
oientincaiiy per lormsd tbe operation
Huntsvillb (Ala.) Democrat: Tbe
many friends of Miss Louise K.
Goodman, who wai such a charming
addition to our social circle last sum
mer, will be glad to hear she is in onr
city, the guest of Miss Mary L, New
man. Since her last visit, when she
gave so much pleasure with her voice,
she has been to New York, where she
lis bad the benetit ot a thorough
training from one of the best vocal
masters in that city.
Mas. E. M. Chillis has returned
from Chicago, where she has been oc
cupied in learning new stitches in
embroidory. She desires to annonnce
that she will tomorrow begin organiz
ing classes in embroidery and wood
carving. Classes in embroidery Mon
days, Tuesdays and Wednesdays; in
wood carving Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays. . Mrs. Chellis has
brought with her a large stock of fall
.....i.uv.. nuivu mil, hi. nu cany uaj
be offered lo the ladies of Memphis at
reasonBDie nno?s. uall ana examine
at rooms in Cotton Exchange Building.
Dr. Bvrmhm, through his fiiend Dr.
II. J. McKellops, met a number cf sir
anigiiisol the dental profession, and
was a gneet to the reception held at
the Armory in Bt. Louis on the 25th.
By request of Dr. McKellops, Dr.
Byrnes gave a clinio on tbe 24th,
demonstrating bis mode of correcting
irregularities. Among the eminent
practitioners who witnessed the clinic
were Drs. H. J. McKellops, D. D. S.,
St. Louis; Commander James H.
Hatch, D. D. 8., San Frane's&o; Sir
Knight F. II. Rehwlnkle, D. D. 8.,
Cbilhcothe. Secretary on Oral Sur
gery of the Medical Congress, Dr.
Rehwinkle, requested Dr. Byrnes to
clinic before tbe Medical Congress in
Washing'on City September next,
stating that he would be delighted of
so much merit thoroughly explained
to the dental profession at large.
Closing prices of May options at
Chicago yesterday: Pork, $9 50.
Ird, 18 15. Clear rib sides, $7. Corn,
37c. Wheat, 73Je. Oats,25o.
Visitors on 'Change yesterday: Col.
J. F. Smith, Marion, Ark.; MisiLydia
E. Creighton, Rock Island, 111.; June
M. Thompson, Chicago; J. P. Jones,
Atlanta. Gs.; 8. Hirsch, Fayette,
Miss.: 11. M. Banks, Clifton, Ark.; T.
Hirscb, Delhi, La.; J. F. Lewis, Knox
y.l"0' Ee5.n-! M,HS Maggie Jones, citv;
Wm. T. Benedict, New Orlesns; D R.
Graham and Harry W. Benedict, New
laahloanble Merchant Tallora, S04
Mtjelbv Nlret, llader Uayoaa
Have just received a large line of
new goods for fall wear. All the
latest styles and pat erns are em
embraced in their assortment. Gen
tlemen are Invited to call and examine
our stock. We guarantee a perfect fit
and our prices sre moderate.
SeIld Silverware at Mnlford'a
H aborl.ua Rubber Sttampa, SIO ad at
Dyeing and Cleaning.
Ladies and gents' clothe elnan
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Reigol, 58 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Uooda received by express.
Hatacrllna t'heeke, BIO Stoeoadat.
Snbacrlbe for (tie "Appeal."
Saved or Earned.
How to Have Cash!
Letting In a Little Light on
the Subject of Lucre.
A dollar saved is a dollar earne
It is not what a man earns that makes
him wealthy. It is what he saves,
It is easier to spend money than it if
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. 202 Second
street, will give you more for your
money 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, although they 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 Clothing Parlors
are now displaying hundreds of Fine
We have the finest assortment of
Pants in Memphis.
We show a nioe line of beautiful
Fall Overcoats. :
a-Oo atroaar point la that we
are Clatklaaj ntwj low, aad are
tbrefurable taaell It very low
We gtva yexi aha Beat tlotblng
for me Xaaa Haaey.
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn,
N. B. Remember, all alterations to in-
aura a perfeet lit dona free of ehirae.
Opca Evealnga nntil Batar-
nrly. nntil 11.
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM-
FITTING AND SUPPLIES.
J. W. X. Browne, No. 254 Second
The already large and constantly
increasing demand for thorough and
sanitary plumbing has necessitated
the carrying ot large stocks ol
supplies in the latest and most ap
proved styles of bitli tubs, wasb-
standp, water closets, traps, cocks,
valves, etc, as well as the employ
ment of a large forca of the meet
skilled and reliable workmen, in order
to execute promptly the orders lor this
work, and ".Browne, the number, is
prepared to fully supply tae wants of
the city and surrounding country. It
is not necessary, or even profitable, to
go elsewhere for plumbing work, oi
for the lines in which Browne is en
gagedthat Ih tho furnishing of gas
and steam pipes, C3ck, valves, inspi
rators, st 9am pumps, fittings and en
gine trimmings for the country and
city trade which is carried in large
quantities and all sizes, from six inch
pipe and fittings down to the
smallest sizes, and in order to
fill the orders of the jobbing trade
as well as mills and factories promptly
and in the best manner, Mr. Browne
has recently added steam power in
his establishment with capacity for
cutting and threading pines from the
smallest size up to and including
eight inches in diameter, which ia
equal to the capacity of any house in
tbe West or South.
In the gas fixture line the largest
stock and most varied selection of
newest designs are to be found here,
and at prices as low as in the Eastern
markets. It may be proper to say
here that this house is now tbe oldest
and mont successful In this line in tbe
city of Memphis, and it will prove to
the interest of all to place their orders
iiu j. w, a. isrowne, zoi secona
Monogram llanslea BtoIJortl.
The "Cottoi Belt Bo ate."
The St. Louis. Arkansas and Texas
railway has opened an ollice in Mem
phis, at No. 41 Madisin stmt, and is
now prepared to quote freight and
passenger rates to all points In Arkan
sas and Texas. Telephone No. 7u2.
JOHN J. R0OER8. Uen. Agent.
Mnlford. Jeweler. 294 IMaln. so
licits orders from the country.
Cincihhati. September 25. Night-
River 5 feet 3 inches on tbe 'gauge and
rising. Weather clondy and sultry.
Cairo. September 25. Night River
6 feet 2 inches on thegauge and falling.
Weather cloudy and warm, sno arrivals
or departures. ,
Lomsviixa, September 25. Night-
River 4 feet 3 inches in the canal and
2 feet 1 inch on the falls and falling.
eather partly cloudy and warm.
St. Louis, September 25. Night-
River fallen 1 1-10 feet, and stands 8
4-10 feet on the gauge. Weather warm,
with a steady tain for several hours
during the day.
SEPTEMBER 26. 18S6.
JAMES C. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nog. 3290, and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN..
MANUFACTURERS AI!D JOBBERS
SA1F r.ltY II. SDWAllH AND L.EATIIEU.
t&" SPECIAL PRICES k Railroad ani Levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness. -
JAMES H. ClOODBAB.
No. 319 MAIN STREET MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
ata-Onr Fall AT))! W flit AT R tof lr nt BOOTS AMD SHOES tha I aviraur thin m aar . n rl nrtm nf thai larona-r ift h 4rnn A In tnavkat..
if now complete, and we invite the Merchant!
hniiia n am. an rl narhani m nra than an w rinrt aa
i ife ITn.'at T.arliaaat' VIA. (inat and r!a1f
any hon'e. fllve m a fall.
FOR $i as
Tan can bay or a a pair of Men's
Stitcbdown Bnokle or Tie litaoea
Ibat coat you elaewbera 91 79.
FOR $3 OO
Ton can bny a pair of Iten'i Gai
ters, Lace Bala or Button Hboes,
full stock calfahin, teamlesa
vamp, aolld sola leather and
conater, every pair warranted,
wortb at least 93 70 to $ OO
FOR 3 OO
Ton can buy of na a pair af La
dles Kid Button Shoes tbat yon
cannot substitute elsewhere for
FOR $1 75 .
We offer yon Boys' Good, Strong,
Neat Button Shoes, such as you
never bought before for leas than
09 85 to 3 OO, the alaes mania
from 11 to 8.
FOR $2 25
We offer you Ladles' Pebbled Goat
Button Shoes, fully wortb 8a 70.
BvChildran't and Millet' School Shoei
Cheaper Than Ever, or Anywhere Elie.
Call and Convince Youraelvci.
ZELLNEB & CO.
Deviled Crabs, Shrimp,
Salmon, Fresh Can Mackerel,
Brook Trout, Oysters,
Hackerel in Tomato Catsup,
Sweet Stuffed Pickles,
Sour Pickles by thecal, and in Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Relish,
Wooster Sauce, Tomato Catsup,
Capers, Hastard, Curry Powder,
Salad Dressing, Olives, Olive OH,
Cream Cheese, Celery Sauce,
Celery Salt, tic. Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
rntnortera anl ilnalMra In Guns. Ammn
nlllon and linhlnic Tackle, Banders'
Hardware. Llm-irle Bells and An-
nunelatorsfor Hotel, and Kaidencea,84a
Main street, Memphis, Teea. Plrotric
inppliei alwari on hand. Ken'r"" nm.tl?
SHEA & MCCARTHY. Propr's.
140, 112, 144 Front, Memphis.
rNl 0TTHI LARaiHC B0ILIR BHOP8
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Worki Jatheeltr.
Manufacturers of heavy plate Iron,
work of ift deaerlutlon. Scaolal
etuntlnn Hm aewlantatlon work.
Importer aad Dealer la
Guns, Plahlns; Tackle and ports,
men's Supplies, ar Speolal atUntloa
slTaa to MANUfACTUBXN(J aad BB
413 Main Ni Womphla. Tenn
For Sale Engine and Boiler.
O K HORSB POWKR-Nearly new. Alio,
aUO inokeitack, belting, pnlleye, ibalt
Ins.ltool., 'AVanTlgAN' OO. .
J. F. IIOLST & BRO.
(BCCCKSSOBjS to a. H. hoist bbo.
HAVB MHOTED TO
Ho. 3M SECOND ST MEXPfllS.
ATULL and eemplete ilock of Wood and
Metallto Oaeei and Oukeu, Cloth-doT-ered
Caiketaand Bnr'al Robea aiwayeoa
hand, ear Order! bt telearanh promptly
B lail .
A. 6. RHODES & CO
IlaTe Remored to
na a HEOOND BT.
Where they will continue to tell Ho Fur
Diihini Good, Ctieaier Than Anybody,
and on Katler lernia
H.W. L. IXiKK. E. J. VARBIHrGTOBJ
visiting Memphis to call t,nd examine the fame. The fact that we sell more than any other
inn t n nt tha Hhin lm .lla.u tU.t am nn A aJ -.
haa-iriaa a Ioi-m .iL.. 1
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK
Ko. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : :
WM. KATZENBERGER, President.
Z. N. ESTE3.
(SDCCKSSOKS TO ESTJES, DOAH CO.) .
YLolesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street Memphis, Tenn.
To tk Trade
Have attained, baa indnoed nnprinoipled manufacturer! to plaoe on the market a base
imitation. We hereby eaution the public that all Genuine Ciiarrot will bear a. HDD tea
on each box, and our Faotory Number, 200, 3l District, K. Y.
The only all Ions Havana filler cigar on the market for O oente.
Factory 200, 3d District, N. Y.
MOON & JOYNER, Wholesale Agents,
"THE STANDARD OP THE WOULD."
FA.BL0B AND CIIAFEL STYLES, 125.00 AND UP WARS.
ssrTBRMS Caih, or aaiy Monthly InitallmenU. WriU for Uluitrated Oatalatas.H
O- Kl- HOUOK ctb OO.
SOLE AGEHrS FOR THE SOUTHWEST,
ATo, 888 IVXealxi St., IVIemphls), Tenn,
a. Id Union Street, HashTllle. ' No. 1100 OllTS Street, BS. Ean'
Wholesale Dealers and Fublisherg,
Sole Agent! for tho following Firat-Clasi InitrumenU;
STEINWAY and KISTBE
MAXOSKranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
ORGANS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
S-A NEW 7-0CTAVE PIANO FOR 8190,-wi
Write (or dialogue?. A'of. 331 and 233 Second Mtrect, Jllempuis.
(nCCUKSNOKS TO S. I,. I.EE), JOBBERS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
375 Slain Street. Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
JUST BECEIVIXG AND IS STORE,
1,000 bags New Crop (Season 1S86), Rio Coflee.
3,000 kcKS Iron and Steel Kails best brands.
1,000 barrels lCctlned Sugar all jfradei. "
100 barrels New Crop (weason 186), Bice.
l,SOO pks Leaf and Iteflned I.ard.
130 Heroes Can vanned JJams. 1
100 boxes Breakfast Bacon.
1,000 bags Shot, Powtler and Caps.
litOOO boxes Canned Goods, Sardines, Oysters, Etc
1,000 bxs. pare New Cream Cheese Silver noon Brand.
1,000 bags nand-picked Virginia and Tennessee Peanuts
Manufacturers of the celebrated brands of SUV
TEH MOON and Ml EM fill Pure Stick Candy, aad Baking
Importers of Foreign Fruits, Lemons, Oranges
BaiNlns, Nuts, Etc.
Nos. 284 and 2SG Main Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
oots and Slices
261 3VTAI3V ST.
VUR 6T0CK OF BOOT AND 8H0K8
W eomile'e than ever, onmpruint not only tne oeai ana nneii oui alio lull line oi me
dium, durable and atyliah tooda, whioh we offer at low figurea.
TO TIIK TRADE we offer apecial Induoemente. Carrying mo( of our gooda in
HUL1U bl'.KS, we are prepared to fill oraere ior eneciai mea ai cnj mini vuax, thui
enabling Merchanta to ill in without being oompellea to buy gooda not needed.
.IDIliE.. BRO. cSs OO.
Aceats for the Celebrated W. I.. Doaalaa M Men's Calf Shoes and ta
Boys' Shoes In all sly lea.'
-ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST MAILED FREE.-a ,
F. METER, ec,j and Jreaa.
F. G. JONES.
A... V.- -.Am i . i a. "
iOHM A sfr '0 - FA W T".
: : : $100,000
1. KATZENBERGEE. Cashier.
OX DEP09ITS, FROM 81 BP.
W. B. D0A5.
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR IS MORE