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KilLSOAD T11E TELE.
Laalavllle.Vew Orleans mJTm R'j
MISMoftlPPI V ALLEY ROUTE,
ul after Mm 1(W6, pmenit-r traini 0
thiiroaif will run ai lollowt:
"' UAbt MAIL.
10 :0S p.m
Vloeaborg.-.-... . D
Baua Mnn, .
New Urloani .U-
11 :16 p.m
A-Wtth all llnei enUrini MemphU.
tiviik M a W. W. R. R. lor Helena.
O t or tf rwnrille and Hunting ton, and all
D-Wlth V. at. ano u o; r. nure.
K-Wlth N., J. A C. R. 4. tot Watohei and
F For Point, on th. Branon.
O With itsiMAM fnr Ravnii Rara.
11 With railroadi dl.ar.lni (or Florida.
aTj.knafp. a. p. a.
, M. euwam'Oi v. r.mit. n.
laslsslppl and Tennessee. Train.
bot. M follow, t N.wOrl.an. nail arrive
oaili at :a.m.l leare. aaur at o:ui p.m,
aiaerevnri Mearaaad MleelselDvl Tl
ley.-fralni mori al tollowi: Fait In.
IttfH at 10:00 a.m. I Ht. Looli fait lin.
leaTeaet o:30p.i. Tait line arrival at 1 :30
p.m. i St. Loaii fait lin arrive, at B s05 a.m.
I-Mlavllla and Maahvlllo Traini
mora ai follow! I Fait mail arriTU dailr at
til6a.m.i leare! at lUiin p.m. r mall l.av.1
dally at 10:10 a.m. I arrlT.i at :U0 p.m.
Hrewaivtll. aooomoiodatlom leavei daily
xs.pt Bandar, at 6:00 p.m. i arrival dali
Sioept Sunder, at 8:60 a.m. Utandard time
eaannta and Little BoB. Traini
u fnllnwa (nantral atandard Urn.) I
Ma. 1 laavai dally at 4:20 p.m. i arrival at
o.m.m Na I la,ni tt i.m. i arrival
at 8 iM a.m. No. 6 (fraiarht) l.av.i Iiop.fl.ld
dally (.xo.pt Bandaj) ai 6:00. a.m.i arrivu
uir la-ISmwi d tr. Snrlna.
Bald aad Mompbl.) Traini leave M. and
T. depot a fol owi: NO. a. Kama, i uy .x
rreai. laav.iat 10:40 a.m. I no. s, jhim
Clt ainraii. arrival at Sw P.m. Bo, a
Kaniu City mail, leavea at 6:0(1 p.m. I No.
Caniai City mail, arrival at l:4o a.m
1. Bt. Loa.il and ChioafO.xpr.nij l.avH at
00 p.m. I N. 1, Ht. Lotas and Chioaioax-
Sreia, arrival at :46 a.m. Ia alf.ot Bnnday,
orU 18. 1IM6.
M.Mnhli Md Charleston Traini
mov. a. follow! i Thronxh eipreil l.avai
dally at 10:40 p.m. Hail and aipraii Uavat
Un. .tirwmam. gomarvlll. aooommoda-
tlon l.av.i dally, .io.pt 6unday, at 6:S0
a.m. Thronth axprau arrival dally at 6:25
a.m. Mall and axprau arrival daily at 1C:80
p.m. bataarvllla aoeommodatioa arrival
daily, .xo.pt Bandar, at 8:30 a.m.
Memahle. Mrmlnahata and Atlan
tin Hnllv Hnrlnaa Ronta Train, mova al
foll.wil No. 1 leave! Mamphil dally at 8:46
V m.: arrival at Holly 6rrinii at SiM p.m.r
Na. I l.avai Holly Spr'n" d,,l " 9:00
a a., arrival at Mamphil at 10 ilO a.m. 1 No.
6 lvai Mamphil dally at 7:16 p.m., arrival
at llolly bprinri at li:n p.m.i no.o l.avai
BillyBprinxi daily at Ills a.m., arrival at
M.mpklt al imJ
For Ttnniuee and Kmtucku: Fair
walker; nearly rtationary temperature
For Arhamat: Fair weather; dightly
warmer; wiitdi generally easterly.
' Imw,r I Bttr. Tlier.
0" CM 4
10:00 p.m "30.1981
Maximum t"mpersturp, 71.0.
Minimum temperature, 61.0.
Oiooe, 11 i.m., 1.
la tb Cattoa Rrfl-
Sioiial SiRTjf. U. 8. Abut,
Wimlui tS. 18885 n.m.
. iJlTiriob o teleRrami and reports for
" tha traneii oi commerce ana asrlonl
-tare. Cotton reloa bulletin for tha
- tventjtliiar.uoura imdiag Beptemba
zr. a o-oioca p m. r -
. - infill? t
OT 3 9 g j! ? f
Memph'a 71 65 1.81
Duhvilte 77 6ft .1)0
Grand Jocction... 81 60
Oorlath- 85 61 .00
Tnicumbia 83 61 .
Deeatnr 80 68 .07
Hernando 78 60 .80
Bateayille. 81 03 .61
Grenada. 81 02 ,00
Dyersborg- 75 67 ,32
Arlington 85 57 .10
Brownsville 65 63 .51
Milan 84 58 185
Pari 67 40 .04
Boliyar 81 fil .00
llolly Springs 77 61) .41
Oxford 81 03 ,00
Fams 1341 1013 8 84
Meina 7 00 .62
1 K H
WilmlPKlon 01 07 .00
CliarleBtoa 90 63 .00
AukobU 00 0U .00
Barannah 00 65 .00
Atlanta. 89 05 .00
Montgomery 00 60 ,00
Mobil 88 60 .11
New Orleans. 81 9 .64
Galreaton.. 83 60 .03
Vickabnrir... 83 68 .85
Little Rock.... 83 69 .88
Memphis 79 60 .62
Suras 1030 780 3.63
M.ana.. 80 65 ,30
Balafall la "o4a Hrll for Wfxk
kadiaa kalinber a, laaa.
Bmithville, N. O 0 85
Charleston, 8. C 0 67
Savannah, Ga 0 65
Jacksonville, Fla , 0 91
Cedar Keys, Fla 0,08
Penracola, Fla 0 53
Mobile, Ala. 2 25
Montgomery, Ala 0.40
Vlcksburg, Misi 0.06
New Oiloans, La..- 1.94
Shreveport, La 0.40
Fort Smith, Ark 0.05
Uttle Knck, Ark 0.03
uaiveston, Tex 6.39
raiestine, Tx 2 01
Uhattaooogs, Tenn 0.10
Knoxville, Tenn 005
Louisville, Ky 0.26
Indisn.polls, Ind 0.42
iincinnatl, O 0.38
uoirmbui, O... 1.22
rittebuir, Pa 0.18
Cairo, Hi., 0.10
fires ana ltgni overcoats were
. comfortable yest, rduy.
! The Jewish new year festival be
gins ai eur set tola evening.
Minstrels at the ma'inee today
ana ior ine las' time tonignt.
The grand jnry yesterlay returned
several nnimportai.t indictnii-nts.
A "ahover rf the qnoer," who
gave his nam as ThiniaiGrlgsby.was
The chamrrj senbrctte L'rr.ie
Bfana will be n', t lie Kbw Memphis
'Jiaicatre te wao,o of nr vt w.'ek.
The tob fctfsnjwill inn tnnigbt lor
ths benelj,of themj vho :iwifo lo ro-
miin aww.'ke on account of the earthquake.
Tire ces cf Felix Lint for tnur-
er. and Dick Wither and B. McCoy
for vault to murder, wre reset in the
Criminal Court yesterday f jr October
Thecsssof Wm. Meyer for the
murder of Will Duoavaut will ba
hard 0?tob.r 12th. and that of Wm.
Bath for .laying John Kelly on Octo
This was the day we were to have
Wieeine'a earthquake, bat the old
Canadian fraud has disappointed the
public by declaring that be had never
made such a prediction.
A little) unpleasantness over a
baeioesj affair ended in a lively set to
between a couple of young busineHS
men on Madicon street yesterday. Ho
bones broken and no blood spilt.
Chains were stretched acrofs Cen
ter alley at Poplar and Exchange
streets yesterday, and teams cannot
now enter there on account oi tne in
tenuution by noise to the Criminal
Sonne mischief making scoundrels
are tampering with the wires of the
Thompson-Houston Elertric Light
Company and Impairing tne emciency
of their service The police should
keep on the lookout for them.
Jadae DuVse ordered P. Wallace
McKettrick indicted yesterday tor va
grancy. He lias been t leaioriiauaa
cumber oi times, on tne rase occarion
for obtaining grocerits under false pre
tenses, but always escapes through a
Claude Cain, a boy of ten years,
while getting off a car on Vance street
yesterday afternoon, missed his foot
ing and fall. J tint at tois time a pass
ing carriage rolled over bim, but with
out infl ctiog serious injury, a none
of his limbs are broken and no interoal
damage euaUinrd. His escape, under
the circumstances, is marvelous.
A movement is on foot to give the
poor children of the city "an after
noon on tne ioongau iree oi coei.
The idea emanates from a gentleman
connected with one of the banks, who
will cheerfully pay all expenses. Mr.
Tracy has named Saturday, October
l)tb,as the date lot the little ones' "big
A 'ample of cotton g'own by O 8D.
B. W. FergMon, of Burdett Landing,
Miss , was shown us yesterday that
lit staple, color and clean pinning
goes beyond anjthlng we have seen of
t.ri t vnar'a croD. The sinning was by
Mr. 1). Williams, of Randle St Co. The
gin, having a fan elevator, nas mrnea
out the cotton pure and clear of dust.
And now Justice Galloway is try-Ino-
to make it annear that the picnio
announced to be given by him in bis
ten acre flnl4 today was unauthorized
by bim. He will una it naru w con
vinem the multitude who will assemble
there today, and unless he furnishes
arsred music, red lemonade and bat
loons, life will bs a burden to bim
until Wiggins dies.
The lec'ure room of the First
Methodist Church was full at the last
Wednesdsv evening service, and
villi -riMbilaaa hm full amin taaiaht.
Dr. BUwl's method o? conducting this
service has developed great interest in
his congregation. Tonigbt the subject
will be "The Influence of Song in the
Work for Christ." The singing will
bs a delightful part of this service.
Officer Cn?tatne s attention was
attracted br a auick gathering crowd
on the levee yesterday, and when he
, reached the spot discovered the cen
ter of attraction o be an Iiish coupli
engaged In a little "family dispute,"
as the old ladr afterward explained
A woman with a very red f aoe.dreseed
in her huoday clothes, was banging
a tall and ratber unbteady individual
over tha head with her parasol. It
was a wreck when the officer snatched
it from hr. and his rusty derby was
smashed all out of shape and crammed
down hard over his eyes.
N. W. Aver & Sin's American
Newtvaver Annual for 1880 contains I
carelully prepared list of all newspa
pera and periodicals in tne united
States and Canada, arranged by States
in geographical sections, and by towns
In alphabetical order, giving ttie name
ol tne papers, the issue, general cuar
icteristlcs, year of etuii isnment, sins,
circulation, and advertising rates for
ton lines one month. A lif t of all
newspapers intoning advertisements,
arranged in Miles by counties, with
the distinctive features and circulation
of ach pper. Also complete lists of
all the religions or agricultural period
ical, cf niodical, commercial, srien'
title, educational, or any other ol the
clats ubitcations, as well as ail publi
cations printed in foreign languages.
It contains besidis a vast amount of
general and s'atieticnl information of
pric ical value to almost every bus!
riees man, and is, in its line,esdo3orv
Irg a p'eco on desk or in library as
WtbJier s dictionary or a nrjt class en
A SAFE PLACE"
To Wall far th Nhark That Will
The earthquake will not come off on
schedule time this evening, but the To
boggan will run as usual, and those
who are timorous of earthquakes and
falling houees can find a sals refuge at
this popular amusement resort. The
earth may shake and the earth may
?iuake, but the Toboggan will glide on
urever. Try the imDroved method
of the trip without change of cars. It
is pronounced by all who have tried
it a great improvement on tne old way.
DO TOUR SHOPPING T0DAT,
Will Be Closed Tomorrow
In observance of the Jewish
PREPARE FOR COOL WEATHER
All our Wool Underwear, Blank
ets and Flannels are now on sale.
Make your selections TODAY.
Best Dress Ginghams, 8 l-So.
Ton all k sow their value. Quan
tity bting limited only to 20 ards
win De sold to each putchaser.
MEXKEX AM) COMPART.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY.
Da. Eb'kini has returned to the
. Blum, of New Yoik, is stopping
at the Gayoso Hotel.
Jcdoi Jam as Fsmtbbss, of Bolivar, U
at the Gayoso Hotel.
Miss M. THnMPsiw baj returned
from a visit to MiseifBippi.
. Miss Vacb Johdsor is home again
from her summer vacation.
E. H. Moose, wif and chl'd, cf Mis
sissippi, are at the Gayoto Hotel.
W. G. Rico, of Biston, be returned
and taken rooms atUayoso Hotel.
J. O. Clarkk. president of the Illi
nois Central railroad, is stopping at the
T. B. Micoo has returned from a
visit to Seircr Springs, much bene
fited in hca th.
Mas. Z. N. Ksteb arrived home last
night after summering in the moun
tains of Noitb. Carolina.
Mh J. J. DnrfifY has returned from
nendine the summer at Moreneaa
City and Allegheny Springs.
Miss M. Lib Barbdw has returned
from the Ejst and will resume ber
music cla's Monday, October 4th.
V.. R. Wood and II. O. Cowie have
returned from Liverpool and taken
rooms for the winter at Gayoso Hotel.
It hM been but a few davs since the
A pi'ial noticed the return of the Rev.
H. A. Jones irom i-ogiana, wnereue
bad been on a visit to his agea
parenv, mu it is uun
privilege to announce the sud-
. j ii 1 - n , I a maty I
en dtatti oi nis ageu momer ai
IvArnnnl. Thonoh she lived to the
Hnn old .pa of 70 to eriov the devoted
flection ol tier ros, nis wiae circie oi 2.
warm friends will sympaiDizs aeepiy
with bim in his human grief for ber
n. LOWENSTEIN 4BROS
commemoration of the Jewish
New Year our
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Will Be Closed TOMORROW,
THURSDAY, SEPT. 30th.
- 100 pieces New Fall Ginghams,
best goods in the market and all
very deeirable patterns. These
fabrics are worth 12Jc, and cannot
be duplicated for lees. As a Special
Drive, we have marked them to
eell TODAY, in any quantity yon
At 7 l-2c per Yard.
B. LO WENSTEIIf dc BROS.
P. M . Stanlit. funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison street.
Miss Qra.cs LtwiLLYH will resume
her class in elocution SeDtember 27th.
For terms, etc., call at No. 89 Adams
Mus Uabrik M. Kbatinq will re
sume ber classes in music (piano and
vocal) on tbe 1 ol October next, for
terms, apply at K. Witzmann & Co.'s,
Ths Herbal Chill Care, the beet
tonlo and antl-neriodin known. A oertain
and lure oare for chilli. Price II per bot
tle. Send itamni for circular!. Any ref
erence giien, Addroai John 0. Hooker,
O. W. MiLiiKR & Co.. Patent Asbestcs
Fire Proof Koofors. For durability.
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and Gravel roofs. No. 65
Many mo hers are unable to nurse
their children. In such cases the best
eubbtituts to be found Is Mellin's Fool,
prepared alter Llebig s formula, which
bas proved to correspond physiologic
ally Wltn morners millt.
The Virtues of Coca.
The Jesuit Father, Antonio Julian,
In bis book on travels In Hautn Ameri
ca, cays: ."This plant (the Coca) pos
sesses all the wonderful properties
claimed for it." Commodoie Gibbon,
United States exploring expedition of
tbe Amesin, says: "The Coca has
properties so marvelous that it ena
bles the Indians, without any otber
nourisnmenr., 10 peiiorm forced
marches of five or six days. It is so
bracing and tonic that by chewing it
alone they perform jsurneys of 300
miles on foot without appearing the
least fatigued." To bnild up a broken
down system, to relieve dyspepsia and
nervous prostration, Koko Tulu has no
Flae Wateb repatriag at Melford's.
Chew the Celebrated Horse Shoe
Tobacc. Best and cheapest. All
dealers sell It.
8olldNUvrwnr tkt IrlnlfortTa
Miss Mamie Mulvey, formerly with
Mrs. A. T. If. Vianni, bas gone into
tne urefsmakioa business at liorreBi-
ilAnea. Nn S.'U f!nnrt otraal .Tt.n,l.,l
and will be pleased to see all ber oli
friends. All latest styles and a perfect
Dyeing and Cleaning.
Ladirs and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyrd in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich fVthers and lace curtains by
xjoum ivbikhi, 00 j euerson street, mem
phis, Tenn. Goods received by express.
Order Hnltord Hade Medals.
All styles and prices to order.
Memphis Steam Shirt Factory. 224
Uet Railed a acomarslno to do
Chew the Celebrated Horse Shoe
Tobacco. Best and cheapest. All
dealers sell it.
do to Kntlftdae laroniarsino for
sonr Flnniblna and Uas-rittlns
A Dollar Is a DolIar.Whether
Saved or Earned.
How to Have Cash 1
Lettinn In a Little Licfit 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. 2(2 Second
Street, will give you more for your
money than you oan obtain elsewhere.
nri-.i 1 v
1J1J illlSlllS illC
Because you are sure of getting
Because tailor garments are al
ways well made.
Because you get the best of
clothing for less than half its
Because, although they are called
"Misfits," you get better fits
than you can find among ready
Because you really gain what the
Because you get clothing that
was made to bring double what
you pay for it.
Because you are always certain
of getting full value for your
Because Misfits are really the
Cur New Goods.
The Misfit Clotiiinq Parlors
are now displaying hundreds of Fine
We have the finest assortment of
Pants in Memphis. Li u s.'
We show si. nice line of beautiful
Fall Overcoats. ,i . .
rOaf atraaa patat la that we
aet Clotatae; vrrrl.w, aa are
tb.rcr.reaal to.Ml it very low.
We gtv. yn t be. Best Clolnlnv
far the Leaat Iloaef, '
I Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Coart Square, Memphis, Tens.
N. B. Remember, all alterations to in-
lure a perieot nt don. free of ehsrge.
as open Evenlnas until I Satar-
Removed to 308 Front St.,
Between Monro &nd M ad lion, Kearly
Vicksbobo. September 28 -Nieht-
Departed: Arkansas City, Ht. Louis.
Pittsbubo, September 28. Night
Rivtr 0 feet 3 inches on the gange and
rising, w earner rainy ana cool.
Wheklinq. September 28. Night-
River 4 fet 8 Inches on the gauge and
rising. Weather hard rains ail day.
Cairo. September 28. Night River
5 feet 9 inches on the gauge and rising.
Weather fair and con. No arrivals or
OihctmsaTI. September 28. Night-
River 5 feet 11 inches nn the gauge and
about stationary- Weather fair and
much cooler alter a steady rain.
Locisviixb, September 28. Night-
River 4 feet 11 inches in the canal and
2 feet 0 inches on the falls and rising.
Weather clear and cbiiiy altar a rainy
day. Business dun.
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, 11c per gallon.
Clivbland. O., September 28. Pe
troleum quiet; 8. W. 110, 7Je.
Titosvillb. Pa.. September 28.
National Transit. cort ficates opened at
63c : highest, 63fC ; lowest, (i.'tc ; closed
Bbadford. Pa., September 28. Ina-
tional Transit ceitifieates opened at
63c; closed at 62Jc; hiahsst, 63c; low
est, u.'jc; clearances, j,zu,uuu Dris.
Pittsbubo, Pa , September 28. Pe
troleum dull and heavy; National
Transit certificates opened at 62 Jc;
closed at 621c; highest, 63c; lowest,
Oil Citt, Pa., September 28. Na
linnal Trarjsit certiticatej opened at
63Jc; highest, 6;Hc; lowest, 62Jc;'
closed at 62o. Sa'eB, 1,797,000 brie;
clesrancs, 3,408,000 br's; charters,
60,319 br s; sbipmt nts, 07 807 brls.
Tbe re'ebrated No. 9 Kentucky
Coal. Milleurv mine.. Lump and
Nnt Coal wholf sa'" nd retail.
PbiSMX O'NEIL, Ageni.
Mnlfbrd. Jewt lrr. 2t4 laln, ao
llclts orders from the country.
SEPTEMBER 29. 1886.
JAMpS C. BELL, President.
MEIViPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos.2280 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS. TENKL
MANUFACTURERS AIID JOBBERS
PRICES to Railroad
JAMES M. OOODBAB.
GOOBB AE COMPANY
BOOTS & SHOES
No. 319 MAIN STREET MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
vOnr Fall and Winter Stock of BOOT AMD BIIOES th. largest in this mark., and
ii now oompl.te, and w. invite tn. Mercnant.
name Here, and pernapimora tnan any nonae
we atlii oarrv a large un. 01
Sittman k Co.'. Ladle.' Kid, Ooat and Call,
inytinn'e. Hive ma call
FOR $1 S3
Yen ean bay of na a pair of Men's
Btltrbdown Buckle or Tie Hhoe.
luat eoat yon el.ewners 91 78.
FOR $3 00
Ton can bny a pair of Hen'i Gai
ter.,. Lace Bala or Button fcnori,
fall stock eairakln, leamleaa
vamp, solid eola leather and
coo a ter, every pair warraatea,
worth at leaat 3 70 to 4 00
FOR 3 OO
Ton can buy of na a pair of La
dles Kid Button Shoes that yen
cannot substitute elsewhere for
FOR 91 75
We offer yon Bays' Good, Strong,
Meat Button Sboca, auch as yon
never bought before for leas than
3 95 to 3 00, tbe elsee rnanlng
from 11 to .
FOR 3 25
We offer yon Ladles' Pebbled Goat
Button Shoes, fully worth 9 70,
orChlldran's and Mliei' School Shoal
Cheaper Than Ever, or Anywh.re Eli.,
Call and Convlno. Yourselves.
ZELLIJER & CO.
Deviled Crabs, Sbrlmn,
Salmon, fresb Can Mackerel,
Brook Tront, Ojaters,
Mackerel In Tomato Catsup,
Sweet Stuffed Pickles,
Sonr Pickles hj tbe al. and In Jars,
Pickled Onions, Bot Bellab,
Wooster Sance, Tomato Catsup,
Capers, Hastard, Carry Powder,
Salad Dressing, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheese, Celery Banco,
Celery Salt, Etc , Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
SCHMIDT & SON
Imnorteri and dealers In Bans, Ammo.
nlllon .nd CInIHuk Taekle, Bnlldera'
Hardware, fcleelrle Bella and An
nnnclatorafor Hoteli and Reiidenoei,S4S
Main atreet. Hemplnla. Tenn. Kleotric
luppliei alwayi on hand. h-i,",n'neaUj
A" tFAXUi f f V X
shea McCarthy. ProDr's.
140, 112, 111 Front, Memphis.
OKI Or THE LAR9KBT B0IL1S BHOFB
In th Noath. and th. only eonip eU
Boiler and Bhe-Iron Wurki in th. city.
Mannraetnrers of bear plate laom
work or everr description. BpaolaJ
attention rlv.a oUaaHon worK.
Importer aad Dealar la
Sons, FUnlna Tackle and sporas-
sen's Supplies, oar Special atUnUoa
alTen to KANUf ACTU&IN9 aad XX
PAIRIN8. 4ia Main WUHfamohl. Tenn
Young h Brotber,
. Booksellers and Stationer9,
818 Mala St., Memphis, Tenn
A NEW SVfPLT Or
IMP0RTIB AND DIALKE IB
fianB. AmmnnitloD. Flsbln Tackle
and pnrtamena' hnnplleg.
WH0LKSAI.B AND RKTAIb.
OS Main IIM.I. a.nna I. Tsnni
Mannfaotnrlrc and rUpalrirao M a
Bpaelalty. Laryfiit Hlock. Bantamortment.
Urethral Stricture Cured!
Removal Compl.ta. Neither knife, eauitto
nor dilation. Ho pain. Bo numou
Adr's Dlt. B. W.TUTHILL,
MI 1114. ATLANTA, A,
anc levee Contractors for Wagon,
WM. L. CLaHK. E. J. VARKINOTOIV.
Tiau ng memnnii to oall and examine tne aame.
fou'n or mo ''mo river, i. tumnient evidence
.unaw k-jwoub awuus, inniuiiina tn. ee'eorated u.o. uooxeruair uo, &riiienaorr.
a larg. variety of other mak.i.
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
OPEN SATURDAY KVENISGS TJBfllL 7 O'CLOCK. :
M. U. KiTZENCERGEB, President. 1. KATZENBEBGEB. Cashier.
BOA II ! or DIBECTORS.
NAPOLEON HILL, JOHN A. DENIE, A. COHEN, . J. H. BISCOE,
W. H. CARROLL, J. W. B0U0RR, T. P. TOBIN. A. 8. MEYERS.
Z. V. ISTE8.
S3. 1?3"3ZSi3tos CSo
(HCCGEaaOBS TO ESTES, DOAS a $0.)
Ylolesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
W08. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
To llic Trade
Hare attained, hai induced unprincipled manufacturer! to place on th. market a bats
imitation. We horebr caution the public that Ml Uennine Ciiarroi will bear A KtUfceal
on each boi, and our Factory Number, 110O, Sd District, SI. If,
Xne only all long Havana niier onar on id. maraet ior a oeuia.
O-XSO. Xs. XjIBB j CO.,
Factory 800, 3d District, N. Y.
MOON & JOYNER,
THE STANDARD OF TOE WORLD."
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STYLES, 125.00 AND UP WARS.
anTK&MB-Oaih. ar .air Monthly Initallm.nti. Writ, (or IlluitraUl Catal
SOLE iGEltn TOE
No. BOO XaXaalxx (St.,
. 1 Onion Street, MaabTllle. I
E. WITZM AMSFi Co.
Sol. Ag.nta for th. following Fint-Cl.ai Initrnmenti;
STEHSTWA.Y akd KNABE
PIANOS Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
ORGANS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
-A NEW 7-0CTAVK PIAK0 FOR 810.-w
Write for Cata1o(?nei. Ko. 831 and 333 Second street, Memphis.
(SI7CCKSSORS TO S. L. LEE), JOBBERS Or
875 Main street. Opp. Conrt gqnare. Memphis, Tenn.
JICST BECEIiriS AHO IW STOBE,. , t
1,000 baKs Wew Crop (Season J.jJJ1 J ,
iOOO kegs Iron and Steel Nallabest brands.
l!wrO barrels Keflned SuKar-all Krwdes. .
100 barrels New Crop (reason 1SWO), Bice.
1,500 pkgs. teat and lteflned Lard.
150 ilerces Canvassed llams.
lOO boxes Breshfast Bacon.
Mannfactnrers of the eelebrated brands of SI1U
TEB MOON and ADnrlll
Fowder. Iinportera of Forelsn Frnlts, Lemons, Oranges,
Balslns, Nnts, Etc
Nns. 284 and 28G Main Street. : MempjTenn.
Boots and. Slioes
261 IWLA-iaNr ST.
diom, durabl. an J .trli.h foodi, whtoh w.
" Si. thu -rnaiaa: Mr., .naalal
.Ke.l. fr.hrH.br.l W.I. Donslaa
nova1 Shoes la all al lew.'
a-ILLUSTBATED CAT ALOUD K AND PRICK LIST MAILED FREE.-ao
MEYHIt, fec-'y and irtRi.
Scraper and Cart Harness.
F. O. JOXES.
on. of th. arsit to b. found In any market
ine raot tnat we eon more tnan any otber
tnat oar too", and price, are latiractory to
Saltern mae aoodi cannot He mrpaaied by
W . B. DOA5. .
Ho. llOO Olive Street, sa. LenaC?
l'nre buck sjuuj,
offer at low figurei.
Indueem.nU. Carrj n mo.t ol onr g-oodi tin
Tint mn.t ol onr rooa. in
at NO EXTRA COol, thru