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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1886.
RAILROAD T15E TELE.
LItI11p, w urieani Teiaa K'f
lHMlKNIi'PI TALLKf MOUTK.
u attar May 1. 1886, puwinr traini on
this roaa will ran ei lollowi:
f AbT WAIL.
South.
Nona.
MraiphU.
Lalaed
Tie a bora,
A.
B. ..
.C
4:M p.n
:! p.m
10:3 p.m
1:00 a.m
1:44 a.n
5:26 a.m
:U a.m
8:00 a.ru
a.m
7:21 a.m
4:07 a.m
1:15 a.m
11:16 p.m
SiflS p.m
7:M p.m
kOO p.m
Harriaoa
.B..
,r....
Iltil . ...
Baton Knn,
V.w Orleani
H..
00NHB0TI0N8,
A'-Wlth all line, entering Memnhli.
J-With M. A N. W. R. ft. lor tielena.
0 For Ureenvlllo and Huntington, and all
Arkanaai point.
D-With V. A M. and V., 8. P. Railroad!.
K-Witb N., J. AC. H.K. lor Matches and
Jaokaon.
F For Point on tha IS ran oh.
6 With iteainen tor Bayou Bar..
H With railruadi divorcing lor Florida,
Teiai and Coaitliointa.
Mississippi ana TaaeM.-Traini
h.t. m lullowi: Maw Orleani mail arrival
ally at 9:25 a.m. learoi dally at 6:00 p.m.
wHrl Sewa aaad Mississippi al
ly. lralni mora ai tollowit Fait 'In.
leave! at 10:00 a.m.) bt. Louil faat lina
Warai at 5:30 p.m.: Faat line arrival at 1 :30
p.m. i Bt. Louil fait tin. arrival at 8:05 a.m.
EaalSTllle u4 Nashville Train
ovsai follown Fait mail arrival daily at
1:15 a.m.t laavai atltliUl p.m.t mail leave!
daily at 10:10 a.m. I arrival at 1:00 p.m.
Brownavllle aooommodatlom laavai daily
aio.pt Sunday, at 6:00 p.m.) arrival daily,
M0.pt Sunday, at 8:50 a.m. (itandard time).
Hesapbla and Little Koch. Traini
ova ai followi (eantral itandiird time):
Bo. 1 laavai daily at 4:20 p.m, t arrival at
iHp.m. No. Sleavei at 5:55 a.m.: arrival
at I iM a.m. No. 6 (freight) laavai IloiwAald
dally (eioept Bundajr) at 6:00. a.m, arrival
at 7:10 p.m.
Bair Ronte (Kansas City, Sprlna
eld and Memphis) Train! leave M. and
T. depot ai fol owi: No. 4, Kaniai City ex
pr.ii, laavai at 10:45 a.m.! No. 3, Kaniai
City eipreai, arrival at 3iA0 p.m. No. 2,
laaiai City mail, laavai atS :00 p.m. No. 11,
laniai City mail, arrival at 8:4a a.m. No.
J, Bt. Lonl and Chicago eipreai, laavai at
:00 p.m. I Na 1, Bt. Louia and Chlcaitoei-
Xrna, arrival at 8:45 a.m. In eflect Sunday,
pril 18. UM.
Memphis and Charleston Traini
mov. a followi: Through eipreai laavai
daily at 10:40 p.m. Mail and eipreai laavai
dally at 10:00a.m. SouierviUo sooommoda
tioa laavai daily, exeept Sunday, at 5:30
a.m. Through eipreai arrival daily at 5 :25
a.m. Mail and ezpreii arrival daily at 1C :80
p.m. Boniarvilla aooommodatioa arrival
daily, axoapt Bunday, at 8 :30 a.m.
MrmahlK, Hlrmlnabam and Allan
tie Holly Spring! RouteTrain! mov. aa
follow! i No. 1 laavai Memphli dally at 3:45
m. i arrival at Uolly Bprlngi at 6:58 p.m.t
No. t laavai Uolly Sprinr dnily at 9:00
a.m.. arrival at Memphli at 10 :10 a.m. t No.
I laavai Mamphli dally at 7:16 p.m., arrival
at Holly Hprlngi at 11:45 p.m.; No. 6 laavai
Bally Hnrlun daily at S:16 a.m., arrival at
Mamphli at ;4 e.tn
THE WEATHER.
Indication.
For Tennetm and Kentucky: Local
rami, followed by fair, cooler weatlter;
tvtflrfi tlifting to wtrOierly.
For Atlanta: Fair, cooler wailitr;
vmvlt thifling to easterly.
Jeteorolnfrlral Keport.
Mmmta, Tknw.. September 27. 188.
Time. I Bar. I Tubi. I VVind.lW'Ui'r
' 7:00 s.m.2!).IM4 74 0
S:0p.m.Mr.8i3 80 0
10:00 p.m 29 W 71.0
Maximum temperature, 8U.0
M minium tHmnerattir. 71.0
Oaniifl, 11 a.m., 1.
Rainfall, 0.93; .
In the Cotton Krgloai.
8ional Skryicb, U. g. Akmt,
8npt-mbei 27,1880 5 p.m.
Dir'ti in of toleKruma sad reports for
the b 'ne.lt of cotamon e aud agrloul
are. Cotton rexion bulletin for the
twontytf mr hours radiag September
7th, at 6 o'clock p.m.:
W
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m
;
MtMPIIII ins
TMCT, 2 H
oB B
Memphis
Nashville
Grand Junction..,
Corinth
Tufcumbla
Decatnr ,
Hcottsboro
Hemanilo ,
Batesville
Grenada ,
Coviigtoo
DyrTrbiirg
ArlltiRt n
Brownsville
Milan
Paris
Boliva-
Hollv Springs ....
Oxford
80
84
85
82
87
88
80
82
65
88
80
88
80
8H
89
87
8:
87
74
7L
71
70
08
08
CO
70
74
71
73
7'd
73
73
72
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73
70
72
.22
.10
.40
.00
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.20
,02
!oo
.19
!05
!oo
.10
;37
.05
Funis...
MO Hill
1541
80
1341
71
1.60
X8
RE. Fair.
8.W. iFair.
H W Iln
2 h5 Hg g:
DISTBICrS. S H S S S' '
S 1 r"
WiliiiliiRlon 89 (14 .00
Cbarlwt'ou 88 62 .00
Angusta S9 64 .00
BavKimah 88 60 .0i)
AtisnH 88 04 .00
Montiiniiiery 1)0 68 .1)0
Mobile 89 68 .02
New Orli-atip 88 72 .25
Galveston l 73 .10
Viciebnr 89 74 .
Liltle Kotk 87 71 .18
Memphis 80 71 .08
Bums 1002 ;817 0.03
Mmu" Hi 68 05
CITY NEWS.
Minstre'saziiii tDnight.
Womm's Chrlsliaa Association
meets this evening.
Tomoirow will be earthquake day
adorning to old Wig.
The pub io schools opened yester
day with a good attendance.
A pnssureof sixty rounds Is ex
pect' d wl.en the new Worthing on
pnuip ia put in.
G- n. A J. Vaughn will command
the giR'id p'ocrwfion wliich will greet
the Hon. R. L. Taylor on his airival
hero.
-Tin' biiRT.es in the Circuit Conrt
yeslnrday was of an unim; oriant char
acter, and no hing more than routine
wert.
Yesnrd.ty answRrm enough for
AugiiH', and iiotvous people iiiing nt-d
tlia t'.i r.j wai a sligiit td jr cf eulLur
in the hir.
lliHhnp Ncrfbrop's airol for aid
fnrCi ailcrtion whs read in the Caiholic
chuiclies ycstcrdity and libetal dona-
tlOIlH lllllllf.
Tim Cheltoa ichoul building is
bing r. )iid y pnabed to completion,
but coiil'i l ot tie completed in tkne
lor ciKininis t'ay.
T"e M 'miihiflaud Cbur'eiton mil
10 d t a i i i s l'r t'ie inouih ol AugiHt,
1880, we 0,182 9; Align t, 18S5,
f;il 914 10; iatr a e, 14,248 74.
A nuili ig o! the Beavr Dam
Du' k CI i1' t alltd fur tl is ft rnonn
a1 4:110 Vo'k, s'lnrp, t 289 Miiti,
corner Mud s in. This is regu n. ai.nu
al mi', ti g.
Wi gi a is a'l right si fur. The
la'n c .um u in in torren a yejterdt y
ever log, and there was wind enough
in it to ftiaie it difficult for a man to
keep his feet. r-
It ia requeet'd that any person
having papers in case 618, Probate
Conrt, of John League's administra
tion, vs. Ellen Horao, will return to
Clerk at once.
In the Criminal Coutt yesterday
Dick Duva'l was tried for assanlting
his wife witb an ax, but Dick claimed
that be or ly struck her with a piece
of bark. The court was rather inclined
to Dick's theory, and fined him tha
sum of f25.
The following inarriige liceme
were issued yesterday : 8am Silberb rg
and Miss Eva Schourer, W. J. Litteli,
Jr . and Misi MoHi Armftrong, T. O.
WeBhlngton and Muss Cora Burton,
H. M. Parr and Dora Stowges, Moee
Anderson and Mies Kate Jones.
The remains of B. Fiank Owen,
who was killed on !he Louisville and
Nashville nad Saturday, will b buried
by the Typographical Union today at
2 o'clock. Ti e remains of O'Baugb,
who wai killed at the sime time, will
not be removed until his people are
beard from.
G. A. Hart'ey wai taken before
United States Commissioner Cough
yesterday morning charged witu hav
ing stolen about 000 at Lyons, Mi ,
where he was agent for the railroad
and express company. He failed to
give bond snd was remanded to the
jail at Oxford, Miss., to await trial at
the next term of the court.
Deputy Bherifl O. L. Jones, of
Roeedale, Boliver county, Mississippi,
arrived yr sterday morning from Cov
ington. Tenn.( with Hemy Young,
colored, in custody, charged witb Ihe
murder of John Butler, in the fall of
1882. Young was ariestsd in Mem
phis In 1883 and canied bank, bnt
escaped jail September 13, 1883. He
was r. arrested by Don Smith, Bberitf
of Tipton county, 1'ennoEsee, two
weeks sgo, on Holman's Bayou.
While under arrett Young attempted
to make bis escape and got off 200 or
300 yard and was shot at twice, and
escaped injnrv, but was recaptured.
Deputy Sbeiifl' Jones left at 5 o'clock
on the steamer Kate Adans with the
prisoner.
In the Criminal Court yesterday,
in the case of John Walton for carry
ing a pistol, the facts showed that
Walton boarded in the bouse ol Aire.
Wheelsn; that he had been a boarder
there for several years, and took many
liberties"; alao, that the relations exist
ing between him and Mr.'. Wheelan
were not of the niott circumspect
character; that he fell out with her,
and while drinking, walked into a
room, picked up a pistol and walked
out on the gallery near to the kitchen,
where she said the colored servants
were washing np diebes, etc., and
punched the pistil to her head, telling
fier to go and get him bis dinner, and
n other wajs made himself generally
disagreeable. Judge DuBose charged
the jury to acquit him of cirrying the
pi t il. The Court then fined him $50
and sixty days in the Workhouse lor
assaulting Mrs. Whoelan.
PERSONAL.
A. M. CitRisnoi.M, of Peoria, 111., is
in town visiting friends.
Col. C. W. Fra.br returned yester
day from Moorohead City.
Ellis Lkutirib is in the city and
will spend the vt inter here.
Kate Smith was permitted ts give
her own recognisance in the Bum of
$2 )0 to keep the peace. ' ..
An attache of the Appeal de-r-ires
to return thanks to Mr, S. J.
King for a graceful courtesy eitended
last night in the rain.
Ralph Wobmklev and laugh
ter. Wis. II. O. Wilson, have just re
turned from Hot Springs, Ark. Mrs.
Wilson, after a Brnous illnees. is now
convalescing, and will leave for St.
Lou:a, Mo., Thursday, her future
borne.
Tnx marriage of Mr. E. May to
Miss Minnie Schwa' a nberg took
place Sunday at 7 p.n., at the Y. M.
II. A. hail, in the presence of a large cm
ronrae of invited friends. The bride,
who is a picture of female loveliness,
never looked prettier than in her
whits silk bridal costume, and Mr.
May, in the usual black dress suit,
was evidently proud of the prize he
had won. Supper followed the cere
mony, at whion Rabbi Samfield olli
cUted in his usual eloquent style.
Music and dancing followed, and it
was verging toward morn before the
merry making terminated.
tli:.Ki: AMD CttiMIMXY
WE OFFER TODAY
5000 yards of the
BEST DRESS GIMHUMS,
Fall and Winter styles, suitible for
ladies' and children's dresses,
. AT 8 l-8e k YARD.
Everyone knows the retail price
is 12 jc. As the quantity Is limited
and we wish to distribute them
among all our patrons, we will sell
only 20 yards to each customer.
12 Tarda for $1,
Goods worth everywhere 12o a
yard.
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
Fine YYutoa repairing at Nalford's
W.I HutlMla-e Lasamanlna to da
your rinmbloir.
lHUlrtilT
IS RltMOVIO 11 r TUB OHM Of OO0OA8IM R,
And it otimulfttoe end promote the
growth of the hair.
Bttrpett's Flavoring Fjrtrarta ara the
btiat
Monogrma Kwnartm Mnlford.
tO A I,. COAL.
The re'ebratod No. 9 Kentucky
Cod, Md lorry mines. Lump and
Nut foul wholesale end retail.
DUNN Y O'NKIL, Agent.
Talariluina "AO.
Mnl lord, Jewelrr, 294 nln, so
licit n orders from the country,
Shirta! Milrtft!
All stylos and prices to order.
MmnphiB Sie.u Shirt Factory, 224
Secoud.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
keabMl7 ll.tel.
C. B. OALLW AT A CO Paorjuroas.
KatM ti 60 and 13 par day. acoordini to
aia and looition of room bpaoial
ralaa mada.
K B Willlaini. Tena A Chlldara. Ky
K a I.... tin
E K bcoiu lann
R H HJmundi, Tenn H Landenar. Ua
J M Howard, Mo J L Leonard, Ar
1 M Bafford, Tenn HP ke. Teni
Ark
n
I Morris. Tcnn
Wm Mahl. N Y
J l, Pratier. Ky
J K Hmiih, Mo
C M Simpion, Tenn
I) 1) (libboni.Ohio
M U Kubel, III
n H Urover. N Y
J L Fisher. Ohio
A Young, Mo
Y Kcdmon.l, Tenn
C J fbillin. Pa
11 Ooltermann, N X
O K liinr. N Y
T F llmnie. Ia
Jai Komanei, Snot
u.. u.. v.h Ml,, W I. SlMuifhtr. Va
T H Utuan, Mo II P llawkini, Min
OB Crittenden, Ark liogo Lanae, NY
FAMontiomerrjr.Miill 11 Webber, Mm
T V Vouinarjl, N 0 8 doldiinith, Mm
P Starr. Tenn W,,r1.i'y.0,1"' 1,1
F M Uoval, Tenn J W Walker, jenn
Vr 0 M Taylor. Ind H H Cro:keti, lenn
J R Soit.i. Ky K ordin, La
Bo'ton bmith. Tenn H H Cu-t, III
K E Morria. Tenn W Cortn. Mo
A F Yancey, Tens H H Matlock, ky
A 8 diib-rt, Ky J BKhieldi, Mo
E M Parke-, Mo W L Fbinnoy, Mail
W T Uray, Ohio R Fojal, Ohio
LBhrer.lenn L L Fin-her, Tenn
Dr Arrinxton, Tinn Vt'T Arrinittonjr.Tenn
J M Coleman, 'lean J P Houston, Tenn
A M Cook, Tenn
IfT niDiir, ioiiu
L W Springs, N C
C J Clarke, NY
W U lllankwell, Tex
Mri Austin id, Tex
J (J Crawford, Ark
K Foster, Fla
J W Ccok, Mo
J C Zimmerman, N Y
II M Cole, Ky
L A Cohen, Mill
J Condon. Tenn
RMartiodale, Pa
Mrs Kllintt, Mill
L W.biter, Fla
It L Rouen, Tenn
8 S Field, N Y
E A Buck, Tenn
J 0 Piekui, Misi
T A Crawford, Miss
O B Fox, Tenn
Mr. (1 Hill Turin
J W Garrett. Mill
H 11 White, Mm
F Orxill, Tenn
W II Bradley, Ky
ti K iNutt, miss
K M Verier At, Mill J A uauon, sin
M t Uowoll, Ky W L Boyd, Ky
FRMontKomery.Misi J E Casaeley, N Y
J II FoKter. Misi H Mashcne N Y
L Whitoomo, ifiass r j iiownaii. dimi
AV J ThumisonAf,Ark Mrs Martin 42c, Ark
RSutro. N t
j ! (tiecleT w.lo. Misi
H 8 eoott, Boston
Mrs JU Smith, Mill
J W Ray, Ark
O Oriel, Y
E 11 Chapman, N Y
C R Cnrrington. a
THMtiKeniieJtw,Uisl
L P Firber. Mo
T Downey, Mo
K Mari.N Y
J T Chenri is. Ark
W J Uuffy. N Y
II II MoUa en, Aliss
T Hartinan, Ark
K J f!rriiiBlnr. Mill C Uoodwin. Md
W P Boinell, Tenn R P Boiwell, Tenn.
WILHON 4 RANK N'H 1I1N8TBILS,
O Wilson,
J Daniels,
W J Wintirburn,
B Fagnn,
L Pavanale,
D Pavanale,
V Pavanale,
B Poluski,
T Lewis,
F Sydney,
E Oreenlnnd,
H L Church,
(I Wilson,
J Uoran,
E Siiunderi,
11 F Maxim,
C Rankin,
(' F Loraine,
J Uurt,
J w Doyle,
D Pavanaio,
R Pavanaio,
W Poluski,
W Mack,
E Iluesel,
K Prouty,
W H Farringtco,
A ''arroll,
J Hulse.
(1 Snyder.
W Ryan.
A Verry.
Tbe New Uayoao.
FARRINOT0N, STEWART A WHITE,
PaoraiiToaa.
Ratal 12 SO toS4 par day, according to leoa
tion of ruomi.
W O Morton, Mis)
B B Anderson, Tenn
B F Thomas, Mini
WO Teller. Mich
R Powell, Mo
W White. Tenn
J D Blakemnre, N Y W J McCord, DC,
J B Rease, Mill E L Bmith, Mill
C M Pritohatt. Misi
J K Holder, Tenn
! D Augustus, Tenn
J D Oglesby, Miss
T Dnvanpott, Mill
EK Denton, Tenn
N Uolburg . Mo
W H Winter, Ia
a W Hunt. Ill
rl Caulk, Ark
A M Chisholui, III
W 0 Lawrence, Ind
J P (libinn, Ala
M Hutohineon, Tenn
B D Hodges, Ark
Wm Guy. Tenn
P M liarduy, Mill
M Adler, Tenn
T J Ouinn, Mail
Mri 11 Solomon, Tenn
Mrs John Kelly. Ill
J Heyruan, Ohio
W 11 Scrugia, Tenn
Wm S Fell, III
R D " oncannon, Mo
R J Tate, Jenn
Wm Quarloi jr. Mill
II T Rockwell. Mo
Mis F Quarlei, Mill
C J Bridsong, Misi
Mrs H R Dnvla. Miaa
J K Blake, Mill
Misi Lulu Doyle, Miss Miss " Uoyle, Miss
L L Branum Aw, Miss Miss Klia Berry, Mill
M Holder. Tann J M White. Tenn
C J Danheiier, Tenn Judge Morgan, Tenn
11 Solomon, lenn
M M roav. N Y
k T Haines. Mo
1 P Singleton, Ky
L B Hill, Tenn
J B Harris, Ark
E T Klliworth, Ark
R J Washburn, Mill
A M Saunders, Misi
CO Henshaw. Min
T J Knowli, La
T R Perkins, Tenn
J R Horner, Ky
Q B Wllburn, Tenn
E F Sweeney, Ark
R (I Parine le, Ark
C E ( lark, Misi .
E R Pratt, Miss
8 P Robimon, La '
LO WaUi. Tenn
R M Bpenoer, Mo
h B Foote, Mo
K R Patterson, Mo T IE Sinclair, Ark; 1
L M Singleton, Ark
I. M Rusiell, Ala
W R Johnson, Ind
T B Shaw, Ky
() B Arhcraft. Ohio'
(leo Hall, Pa
Ch-s Harrison. N Y
S E Kimball, N Y
MI'i Jones, Ala
L T Kinnoy, Mill
LK Adkim, Ark
n li
Collins. Ark
Chas Donaldson. Ala
T D Proicottt Ind
II I Morris, hy
J L Green Aw, Ohio
Tboi Neal, Miss
Rnbt Kimball, NY
T R Jones Aw, Ala
E K Harris, Ky
R J Gregory, Ark
J B Smith, Ark
dailen'a Hotel.
w. h. b Ingham miaous.
European plan, (enlarged and refurnished.
Prion aocording to liie and loca
tion of rooms.
Ti B Jackson, Tenn D B Mnulton, Tenn
F F Lusher, Tenn H L Barnett, Tenn
D L Luker, Tenn P J O'Laughlln.Arlc
M llolden, Mill W B "heann, Tenn
J Hall, Ark BF Ball, Ark
JPIInltnn.DC F Fisher, Ky
Mrs N C Porter. Mill Misi Porter, Tenn
M J Glennan. Tenn R F Collins, Tenn
W II Coliins.Tenn M Rose, Tenn
T G Blocksi Misa J V Hayes, lenn
II Wind. Ala M llentiae, Ala
D Vnrenberg, Ala J Vann, A a
A 0 Grayson, Ala J Gentry, Miss
J 0 Martin, Tenn J T Ferguioc, Tenn
M G KlUdge, Misi W J Horsman, Tenn
W II Ornwder.Tenn J 0 Wells, jr., Tenn
APl'renilt, Tenn RMT)oan,Miss
J L Mann, Miss G T Newman, Ala
R W Bryant, Miss J W Ilium. Miss
Mrs J M Ford, Ala Master 0 Ford, Ala
TR Hall, Ala G 11 Webb, Tenn
l Monlioinery.Tenn W A Robinson. Mill
II J Allen, Miss R L Bradley, Ala
11 r Lill'lioy, Tenn M F Green. Ark
C L Jones, Miss II McDonald, la
L II Flvi'hwoll Aw. La N J Klhson, Miss
MrsTC Weir Ad, Miss Miss N Chirk, Miss
Mrs Wright Ao. Ark J C Rosebrough, Mill
G Alexander, III T J Cain &w, Ala
KWWillianisAw.ArkP Short. K 0 R R
J w Little, Ky
N R Anderson. Miss
N J Taggiird, Misi
j R Morton, Misi
J A Hester, Tenn
M (linxberger, Mill
A M Moulton, Tenn
Misi K Galea, Mill
R8 Alinbroot, Tenn
J D Andrews. Misi
w u words. Aim
P I) Uwcns, Miss
J iV JiiikKon, Tenn
M M Boland. Miss
A V Gat s. Misa
U W Martin. Va
w n forter Aw, Tex J c Watson, Miss
HCFentherstone MisiJ W Brown, Misi
W P MdClung, Tenn II H Andrews. Ark
J Patterson, Tenn T B Kprouie, KORR
E J WillinmsAw.Ark T F Kaser, Ark
J T Urowlee, Miss , J II Smith. Tenn
DHeildorl.rantid.ArkMrs 8 J Irby, Ark
Mi' K Trolan, Ark M Clark, Tenn
W RKpperaonAs, Misi Mrs W R Kpper on
J G llai y, Ky 8 M Mitchell, Ga
GO Chandler, Mini J K Swoope, Ala
J H Hodaway, R R
TPChambrrs, Ark
TTOhryant, Misi
D A Morris, N Y
M Kretner, Tenn
F J Bryio, Tenn
V Btegnr, Tenn
II II Mitch &m. Km
JJ Ferguson, Mill J J Coser, Min
N Pattuu, Tenn Mrs W T Burns, Tax
Miss A Hums. Tr
W L Barns, Tex
J R Simmons, Ark
II Kates, Ark
U - U 11 !. . U1..U V.... I Ul
Mri W A Love. Misi WO Chambari, Mifl
W 8 Soott, La.
DiT'a Enropean Hotel.
Corner of Adams and M ain street!. Roomi.
50o, 75o and II per day s American Plan,
2 per day.
. Flrt classRestturanl in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (1(1 years with Peabody Hotel),
Proprietor,
n Rooney. Tonn C (I Vonable, La
r Burrel. Ky W H Seymor Ohio
f J Caldwell, Tenn B G Kddy. N Y
J J Rogers, lenn r- 11 W illiams, Tenn
K F Johnson Ah, Mill V. W Hedges, Tenn
0 Quentel ir, Tenn .1 T Klyeo, N C
11 N Oakins, Tenn II Stevens, Tonn
SJ McDonnell, Tenn J II Snyder, La
1.,..I, T.enn J K Steele, Tenn
An Love, lenn S Prmas, 1 enn
A U Knox, Mii T J Caldwell, Tenn
R h Morgan, Tonn 1' M Morris, Tenn
C Davia, Mo J K Steel, Ky
O OHe.lriek. La J D I'helan, Ark
h tuiselbarh. Ark 11 Graham, Ark
H S Morgan. Tonu T L BiiiKham, Tonn
T II ehb, Tenn (! Lvidigh, Ohio
A V Ji no, Tenn K l Nceblelt, Ky
T J Snihh, Tenn J Benaon, Mial
ti II Miaw.Tex TG Patrick, Tena
VJ Smith. Tenn W G Patrick, Tenn
W O smith, Tenn R K Giay, Mi, a
T 1) 1 1 rillin, Mias Mrs ,M V Wisa, La
PJ William. La U Smith, Mo
G i Dahney, Misi A II t'hrntian, Tenn
It h llolloway, Tenn K O Joyner, N C
A L Weill, Misi W K Carruther. Min
A K W lute. Miaa D 11 Phill pa. Mini
S K Gray, Miss J R Gray, ,Mis
J J. l'tiillii.i Aw, Mill R Gl es, Tenn
J l.eaih, Tenn G D Dixon, Tenn
1) Sletn, Ark J M McDowell, Ky
t J W illiainv, Mo II D Gibaon A I, Tex
MraA llarria Ad, Tenn R M Webb, Tenn
A Dickson, Misi F P Nayler, Tenn
J R Roaan, Ala R R Tate, Misi
JDl.haniherlaln.TennW P Ilerg, Tenn
A Rojenthai, Ky W F Rediatn, Ky
J h Miatt, Tenn T L Bingham. Tenn
K Murphy, 'lenn Mr A V Uwen, La
Order "Milliard Blade Mortal).
GET r.lOIIEV!
1 Dollar Is a Dollar. Vtiether
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 wbat 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 PARLOUS, No. 2C2 Second
Steket, will give you more for your
money than you can obtain elsewhere.
Why Misfits Are the
Cheapest.
1. Bkpause you are sure of getting
good cloth.
2. Because tailor garments arc al
ways well made.
3. Bkcacse 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
wade clothing.
5. Because you really gain what the
tailors lose.
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 fot your
money. '
8. Because Misfits are really the
cheapest. 1 '
. Cur New Goods, i
The Misfit Clothing Parlors
are now displaying hundreds of Fine
Suits. .
We have the finest assortment of
Pants in Memphis, j 5 '
We show a nice line of beautiful
Fall Overcoats. '
aa-Our atrona polat la that we
gel 'lothtaa; very low, add ara
therefore able to aell It very low.
We give you the Beat Clothlnv
for the Leant Honey. " .
; MISFJT .?
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Teni.
N. B. Remember, all alterattoni to la
or a perfeot It don. free of charge.
sea" Open Evening nntil tt Bat nr.
nrdwya.nntll 11.
ADDITIONAL lilVEKS.
Okfics Sionai Skrvicb, U. S. A.,
' M eh phi', September 27, 1 p.m. j
The following observations are taken
at a1 1 stations named at 75 meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Memphis turn
a-b'veLaw
Water. Change.
STATIONS.
R se Fall
Feet. lOths lOthe 10:hs
Cairo 6 8 1
Chattanooga .... 2 1
Cincinnati 5 8 3
D?vennort "3 2 2 -
Dobuqin 5 7 5
Fort bmith 3 2 4
Krokuk 2 4
Helena 6 3
La Creese 5 9 2
Lavenworth... 5 6 11
Little Kock 3 8 3 -
Louisville 4 6 1
Memphis 5 6 2
Nashville 3 2 5
New Orleans.... 3 8 2
Oamha 7
Pittsburg 6 9 1
St. Louis 6 8 1
St. Paul 2 6 1
Phreveport 2 -
Vicssburg., ...... 4 9
Dancer Mne Foet and tenthi of a feet
above tero of faugo:
Cairo, 40 feet. . Chattanooga, S3 feet.
Cincinnati, 5. Davenport, In.
Dubuque, 16. Fort Smith, 2t.
Keokuk, 14. Uelena, .
Laeroiae, 24. Leavenworth, 2.
Little hook, 23. Louiaville, 26.
Memphia, 34. . Xew Orleam, 13.2.
Haihville, 41). Pittabnrg, 22. .
Omaha, 18. St. Paul, 7.
St. Louia, 12. Viekaburf,41.
Sb.rev.port, 28. . Taakton, 24.
Telecrami.
Nw Orleans, September 27 .Night
Arrived and departed: Port Eads
and barges, St. Louis.
Pittsbobo, September 27. Night
River 5 feet on the gauge and falling.
Weather rainy and warm.
Cincinnati September 27. Night
River 5 feet 10 lncbeson the gauge and
rlting. Weather rainy and warm.
EvANSviLLK,8eptember 27. Night
River 3 foet on the gauge. Weather
cloudy, with rain; thermometer 74.
Wuiklino. September 27. Night
River 2 fent 9 leches on the gauge aod
falling. Weather hard rains this
evening.
Lodibvillj, Spptember 27. Night
River 4 feet 9 inches in tbe canal and
2 feet 7 inches on the falls and rising.
Weather cloudv snd damp, with oc
casional rain. Business dull.
Cairo, September 27. Night River
5 feet 8 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather cloudy and mild. Arrived:
City of Baton Kouge, New Orleans, 6
p.m. Departed : City of Baton Rouge,
St. Louie, 5 p m.
Solid Silverware) ul MnlfortTa
I '
do to Kutledtre Laaomnralaa lor
your Plnmhlaa " ama-Mttlin
Dr. Nkijion has removed his dental
oflice to his residence. No. 62 Madison,
opposita Clarendon Hotel,
JAM EM C. BELL, Preftident.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO
Nob. 3290 and 293 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN..
WHOLESALE-
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS .
Saddles,
AI JF r.It Y
I SPECIAL PRICES tt Railroad
JAMES M. eOODBAB.
QOODBARA COMPAOT
BOOTS & SHOES
No. 319 MAIN
ronr rail ana winter btook orii"
uw TOiuiuow, uu w. iiiiinun nuiuuK mii'Di OTemnnii 10 oau ana examine tne same, foe fact mat we aell mora than any ott
home here, and perhapi mora than any noaae loath ol the Ohio river. I luffioient evidence that oor gooti and prieei ara latinaotory
the trade. We a till 1 earry a large line of IUMIIH..HAUE OOOUM. innludinc tha eelebrated Heo. Hooker Calf BooU. Krippondo
Vittman Co. I Ladies' Kid, Goat and Call, beaidei a larga variety of other makei. Our Eaitern made goodi cannot be lurpisied
WORXINGMEN I
ATTENTION!
STITCUDOWNS !
FOR 1 85
Tan can buj of na a pair of Men's
Nlltchdoirn Buckle or Tie finoes
tbat coat yon elaewhera tl 79.
FOR $3 OO
Ton can bny a pair of hea'i Gal
ten. Lace Bala or Button Iheei,
full atock calfskin, aeainleaa
vamp, aolld aole leatber and
counter, every pair Warranted,
worth at least 3 70 to M 00
elsewhere.
FOR $3 OO
Ton can bny of na a pair of La
dles' ,alld Button Htioes that yon
cannot enbatltule elsewhere for
a oo.
FOR $1 75
We offer yon Boys' Good, Strang,
Neat Button Shoes, such as yon
never bonarht before for leas than
3 80 to aa OO, tbe slses running
from 11 to B.
FOR 3 25
We offer you Ladlea' Pebbled Goat
Button Shoes, fully worth S3 70.
aa-Chlldr.n'1 and Hiiiei' School Shoei
Cheaper Than Erer, or Anywhere Eliei
Call and Convlnoo Youraelvei.
ZELLNER & CO.
Deviled Crabs, Sbrlnap,
Salmon, Freeh Can mackerel,
Sardines, Lobaters,
Brook Trout, Oysters,
Mackerel In Tomato Vatsnp,
Sweet Stuffed Pickles, -Sour
Pickles by thecal, and In Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Bel I ah,
Wooster Sance, Tomato Catsup,
Capers, Hnstard, Cnrry Powder,
Salad Dressing;, Olives, Olive OH,
Cream Cheese, Celery Sauce,
Celery Salt, Etc., Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
w
Importer! and dealer! !n Guns. Ammo
nlllou and FInIiIoit Tavukle, Builders'
Hardware, tlectrle Bells and An
nunciators for Hotela and rlealdonoei,So
Main street, Memphis, Tenn. Klectrie
luppliei alwayi on hand. BepairlnarneatlT
done.
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
SHEA & McCAKTHY, ProprB,
140, 142, 144 Frwrt. Memphis.
ONK Of TBI LARSKST B0ILIB BHOPt
in the Bouth, and the only oomp jU
Boiler and Sheot-lron Worki In thealty,
Hnnufactnrers of heavy plate Iron,
work of every description. Speolal
attantlnn n wlantailon work.
Frank Schumann,
T-uasa. Br1 Tsaulsa !
Aals KV1 bn rntmm '
Sana, PtahlnR Tackle and S porta,
men's Supplies, aw Special attsntlos
given to MANUIACTUKIUa aad RE
PAIRING. -
413 MalnHtMimbiw.Tgni
Young & Brollier,
Booksellers and Stationers,
a IS SfalM BU, Memphis, Tenn
A KKW SCPPI.T Or
SCHOOL BOOKS
JVST RECEIVED.
R. KTJFFERSCHMIDT.
IMPORTER AND DKALKR IN
Snus, AmrannltioD, Ffuhln Tackle
and Iortslerl, Minpllcs.
WHOLKSALK AND RKYA1L;
Slit Main Street, Memphis, Tensu
WanefaotnTlBg and l'i',n 0:J;""
DPflOtaVliy. liarmM v"-
. mm
Urethral Stricture Cured!
CXBE PERM AS EST.
Removal Complete. Ni''1"Nl'nJ?'lb0u,,tl0
nor dilation. Mo pain. No humbug.
Adr's DR. M. W.TUTIIIM,
BOX 104. ATLASTA, OA.
4sA
E.
OF
Harness,
ML It D WARE AND
ant Levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness, -ti
BHTAHIjIBIIHr) lOOO.l
WH. L,. CUHK, ' K. J. CARKINGTOIT. F. . iOJtES.
wnounsAijia
STREET..... ...MEMPHIS,
n 81IOES-the larsett In thii market, and
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK
Ko. 7 MADISON
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : ; : $100,00
WJS. KATZENBERGKR, President.
INTERENT ALLOWED ON
Z. N. ESTES.
S. S.
(SUCCESSORS TO
7Ldlesale Grocers
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union
Hava attained. Iiu Induced nnDrlneloled
imitation. We hereby caution the publio that
To the Trade o,nd Hmokeis
THB IMMENSE POPULARITY OUR
CRID REPUBLIG GIGAUROS
on eaob box. and our Factory number, kuu, l laiairirc, n. i.
The only all long Uayana.filler oigar on tbe market for 5 oenti.
G-XIO. X. IiIEB efts CO.,
MOON & JOYIEil,
1
I k Hill OH
" THE STANDARD
PAKLOR AND CHAPEL STYLES, 125.00 AND UPWAH
aarTBKMS Cash, or eaay Monthly Installment!. Writs for Illuatrated Catalotn."
O. KL- HOUCK. cS5 OO
BOLE AGENTS FOR THE SOUTHWEST,
S7o.889 XeXnlxa. St,, XaXexxitplalan. Tcxm
M: in Union Street, MaahTllle.
B. WITZM AKTHi Oo
IVholesale Dealers and PnbllMliers,
Bole Agent! for the following FIrit-Claii Instruments;
STEINWAY
PIANOS Kranich &
Olta AWS Clough &
s-A NEW 7-0CTAVE
Write for Catalonne. Jios. 231 aud
(SI OCESNORS TO, 8.
Cigars and Tobaccd
37S Main Street. Opp. Conrt nare, Meuiphls.Tenu.
ni mm riririiro
II
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
Jl'ST RECEIVING A BID IS STORE,
1,000 bates Kcw Crop (Seaaon 1880), Rio Coffee.
&,000 keys Iron and Nteel Nails best brands.
1,KN barrels Itefined KuKar-all jcrade.
1(M barrels New Crop (Neaoon I88O), Rlee.
l,ROO pkKS. Leal and Heflned Lard.
ISO ilerees aiivasHed llanis.
lOO boxes Breakfast Racon.
1,000 bags Shot, Powder and Caps,
lit OOO buxes Cannetl Jootls. Sardines. Oysters, Etc
J.OOO bxs. pure f'ew Cream
1,000 bags nan d-plekea Virginia ana xennessee Aanut
lvfannraetnrcrs of
TER MOON aud Mfcflll'lH
l'owdcr.
importers of Foreign I rnits, Lemons, orange
ItuiMius, ui,avU'.
Nos. 284 and 2Sfi Main
ts and Shoes
S6X MAIN ST.
o V
-vm iTnnv nw TtfinTa mn KIinR.q
J (omiile's than ever, eompriaing not only
uium, durable anu atjnm goooi, anion we
r.h "1, 1 .' THAnK .a. annlal
80L1D BI.K8, we ara prepared to fill orden lor fecial liaea at NO EXTRA C0tI, th
enabling Merobanti to til in without being oompelled to buy goodi not needed.
TIT nTTZ-Fl. BRO. cS3 CO
A cent a lor the Celebrated W. E. Donalaa SS Mts'i Calf Sboes ana 3
Hoys' NhOes In all alyles.i e
aa-ILLUBTEATED CATALOG UK
F. MEYEIl, feec'jr and Xreaua.
Collars J
9
lEATIIEir.
TENNESSEE.
on of tha larreit to be found In any market
Ul HI t ' - HAHV
(STREET.
I. KATZEXBEEGER. Casbie j
DEPOSITS. PROM 91 VP.
SPICSR.
W. B. D0AN.
ESTES. DOAN CO.)
and Cotton Factor!
Street, Memphis, Tenn.
mannfafitnren to nlaes on the market a ha
all Uenuins Cigarroi will bear RED to
factory 30 O, 3d District, N. 1
Wholesale Agent:
OF THE WORLD.
Ho. llOO Olive Street, St. Eo
and KjSTBII
Bach, Gabler, and Wheeloc!
Warren, and Smith America:
PIANO FOR 190.-s J
S'i'.l Second Nfreet, 91 enfpltl
E. EEE), JOBBEIlf OF
r
i
iHUlulEa VV
Cheese MUer Moon ItrantL.
the celebrated brands of NTH
Pure Stick Candy, and IJaklrV
Y
Street, : Memphis, Teni
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR IS M011
the beat and finest but alio lull linei of rJ
our av usx... ,
Indnoementi. Carrvint mnat of our rooda
AND PKICB LIST MAILED FBES.-VC
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