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RillMD TIME TABLE.
LoiIstIMp, Maw urinaria ul Tnu R'i
MIKNlaSIPPI VALEKT ROUTE.
u4 mwNul. 186, puHDnt traini on
imaroag win run aa lonomi
JfAbI WAIL.
booth.
North.
M.eiphli A...
Lula..... ...B
Lelatid .. .C..
4:30 p.m
:W p.m
10:03 p.m
1 :0 a.m
S:44 a. m
6: 2ft a.m
6:14 a.m
9:(J0 a.m
a.
T:21 a.m
4:1? a.m
1:1S a.m
11:16 p.m
R: p.m
T:fl p.m
5:00 p.m
Vloitbari..
Barriana
Kth.l ..
Baton Ron.,
...If
Hew Orl.ani
,.H
CONNECTIONS.
A With all llnea enterfnc Memphti.
B-Wlto M. N. W. K. R. lor ll.iena.
0 'or tfreenTllle and Ilunting ton, and all
Arkanaa polnu.
D-Witb V. A M. and V., 8. P. Rallroa.il.
E-W'ith N., J. AC. R. K. for jiatehes and
Jackaon.
F For Pointa on tha Branch,
ti With iteameri tor Uaroa Sara.
U With railroad! diverging for Florida,
Taiaa and Coaatipolnti.
J AS. M. KDW A Rl)S, V. P.andO. M.
A. J. KNAPP. Q. P. A.
niaalaalppf. ana Trnanum -Train!
move aa follows) New Orleani nail arrival
dailr at 9:25 a. in. leave! daily at 6:00 p.m.
MewiKirt araianll MlaslMslpatl Val
ley. Trair.i move al lollowi: Faat In
laavai at W:U0 a.m.: bt. Louli fait line
laavai at S:30 p.m. i Fait lin arrival at 1:30
p.m.iBU Loun fait Una arrival at 8:05 a.m.
l.onavlll and KaahTllle Train!
fiova a follow! t Kat mail arrival daily at
15 a.m. i leavai at 10:10 p.m. i mail laavei
dailv at 10:10 a.m.) arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brjwnnvilla aeoommodatiom laavai daily
except Kundar, at 5:10 p.m.: arrival daily,
except Snndai, at 8:50 a.m. (atandardtime).
"mnhli and Little Roek. Train!
uoii al follow! (central itandtrd tinia):
Mo. 1 laavai dally at 4:ai p.m,; arrival at
:W p.m. No. 3 leavai at 6:55 a.m. : arrival
at 8:50 a.m. No. S (freight) leave! Uopellold
daily (axoapt Monday) at 6:00. a.m.: arrival
at 7:1(1 P.m.
Salt Noafa (KaniM City, SprlBgr
fluid and Meinitlilx) Tralna laava M. and
T. depot an fol owi: No. 4, Kanau City ox
preii, laavai at 10:45 a.m.! No. 3, Kama
City expreai, arrival at 8M p.m. No. a,
Eaniai City mail, leave! el6:0l p.m. i No.'.l,
Kamai City mail, arrival at 8:45 a.m. No.
t, St. Louli and Chlcuo expreaa, 'aavoi at
6:00 p.m.) No 1, 8t. Louli and Chlca.oex-
Xrei, arrival at 8:45 a.m. Ia afloot Sunday,
pril 18. 18S6.
Hamphii 'and Charleston Train!
mova ai follow! : Through erpreu leaves
dully at !0:'0 p.m. Mail and eipreaa leavai
dally at 1H:00 a ra. SoiD.rvtlle aoooiunioda
tlon leave! dally, axoept Sunday, at 6:110
p in. Through axran arrival daily at 5:25
a.m. Mail and expraii arrival daily at lCstKl
8io. Somarvllla accommodation arrival
ally, axoapt Sunday, at 8:30 a.m. '
f etnphla, trlriitlnstiana and Allan
le Ilollv Bprina-i Route Train! mova ai
foilowi: No. 1 leave! Main phli dally at 3:4ft
p m. I arrival at Holly Spring! at 6:58 p.m. i
No. 8 leavai Holly Wlngi dnily at :00
arrival at Momphli at 10:10 a.m. I No.
6 b.ivea Memphli daily at 7:15 p.m., arrival
at Holly Hpringa at 11:45 p.m.i No.6 leave!
11 .lly bi.rlDiti dally at 2:15 a.m., arrival at
Mropbll al 645 a.m.
THE WEATHER. '
Indications.
For Tennmet, and Kentucky: Gtn
eraiiy fair weather; tlightly warmer;
windt aenerallu nortlierlu.
For Miiiiti): Fair weatfier ; lightly
cooler; northerly wind.
For Arkantat: Fair weather; tlightly
warmer; variable vnndt, generally tail
trig. .eteoroloarlral Rarl.
' Mmrmii Turn,., September 30, 1 88(1.
Time
liar
J'lier.
Wind.
Wih'r
rJ.WM) 021
1inHfi.F.
Clo'dv
3:(0 d.ui.
9 11801
f.9 0
Ora'dy
10:00 p in
02 0
w.
jiear.
Maximum t 'mperdture, 60.6".
niiuuiium IMUijiprollire, 04.U.
Oeire, 11 a.m., 1.
Rtinfa'l, 0.00. '
In the 4'atton ItrKion.
SioriAL Skkvicb, U. 8. Ahmy.I
fiept-mbot 30, 1880-0 p.m.
Div lion :l tclenrara and report for
the bno3tn coutmorce and agricul
ture Cotton r on ion bulletin for the
twenty-f uir hour a finding September
xt, ' o " rioctt p m. I
1 ?
1 s?e. 5-
2 " S a
54 .-
MMIM
41 .0!)
45 .00
42 .00
44 .00
42 .01)
44 .00
53 .(0
' 44 .00
60 .00
47 .00
45 .00
44 .00
40 ,01)
41 .00
4(1 .00
51) .00
40 00
841 .
47 .00
la a
a B B
B
VIMPHII DIS
TRICT. lltimi'h'B
ahville
GrandJiii.ctiou...
Conn h
Tui-ciiriibiH
Decatur
he ttabo'O
llxrua'iiiii
Ba'HoviHe .'.
GrHimd
C'tVll B'IU
l)frbnrg
Arlh at i
nwi BVilln ,
Mlai
Paris
Bolivar
H lllv Kprmg,
0Iord
HlllJ.B
Mo I1H
60
70
75
72
70
1 74
Oil
70
70
73
7i
5
71
73
70
72,
70
72
1203
72
3 K
i Hi
a B S
niSTHlCTi.
o B B
D
Wtlmii gton .
(IhnrlttH'o.i ...
AiiH'iBta
Bxvrtin.ati......
At nnt.
Montnniory .
Mobil
NtwOrlnanf,
1alvta'on
V.cksbnrir ....
Llitko Uock...
i1sniilii8
70
80
81
80
78
77
74
73
75
75
75
.18
00
00
0:1
4
48
47
8:1
68
f'i
52
47
.17
.01
.0.)
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
Sumi
Mtii'ia
02 J
77
6,r2
54
.23
02
Comparative Weekly KalnTall.
Tue (oilowiiig ia tha laiufa liutbe
' nation belt region ;
Wrtk Kndinf
Srt.ffii. '8,5. S4,,l, 24, '(.
Booth At'cn io States... .3.48 07
Sat Oulf 8 a 68 l 77 o 80
"Jv'es: (Inlf SUtt a ?.08 1.62
Ohio Valli y and Tenn...O 50 0.27
Averaye f rDiat 108 0.80
For TVniiiHsoe apparaoly tho weekly
Amount 18
Knonillc 003
M-rt pb h o.Ol
hvillo .
005
0.
Clu'tiiii iiga
..2.78
0.10
0.04
Av.'ia,'f or Tonn 0.!);!
iJlTY NEWS.
Hichael Slrogoff at Mwliuee today.
Wiggins tins 'rady beea for-
Rlltll 11.
Dc-mocrcy wi'l have a grand time
Tue .cay.
' Couit Square now tlosis at 8:30
' o'clork p.m.
H. K. (nnin wa aworn in yra-
ter av a Mu ,i t a'.e of the K ghteenth
Dtri,: .
T'ef ' t vw nioth felt tbe onrth
qu V. i a'p d y an he w is sliukeu out
of bl'Difs etui rvirwiats.
. It 'm f at (1 Ih t is 8 on ti" the
croryo' tlie I're su y approves
the appor ion men' made for lveei
iv tbe It v r C mtnlion, bids wi l be
advertised for and tha work let in ten
diya.
Liens a to marry were issued yes
terday to fttar Anturna and Katis
Adair, M. A. Gillespie and J. M.
wynne.
In tha Circuit Court yesterday tha
o'B9 oi jonn a. Denle va 1. J. ua-
hani lor f 10,000 darn ages waa decided
in favor of tta) defendant.
George Hons on, tha darkly terrir
oi Tiifl ieum ward, was notd j&o lo
the Police Gcnrt yesterday for assault
ana Dmitry and carrying a piato'.
Th) rmlice re1ief4 cbanee tcdav:
Capt. O'ilaver and 6ergt. Kunhocs
will take tbe evening waicb and Capt.
Ilankttt and Bergt. Scott the morning
water).
The regular monthly montine of
the Board of Managers of the Women's
r.xcr aniie will be held at tbelr rrorrs,
Becoud street, at 10 o'clock a.m. today,
is; iLBtanr.
Ella Swift, colored, was snrit to ja 1
Dy Jucge uuboae tealertlay for steal
ing fately In tbe ca e of Himon
is epnenaoo, on tral fir carrying con
cta'ed weapons. She testified that
she did not know 8t8 benton had a
pittoi, wnen it wa positively shown
that nhe was with him when ha drew
and fired it, and that she afleiwarda
p ckea tt up wbere it bad fallen.
Walter Everson, of No. 142 Ninth
B'reat, Brooklyn, N. Y., writes the
Appial to aid bim in discovering pi
pers needed to etitabliah French
spoliation clilm, which are believed to
be in the possession of ssme person in
this city. J hey were held hv John
ivers n, a brother to tJapt. l,ver;on
The f irmer is said by tha writar to
bav b.'tn killed in Memphis in 1850
Dy a gauiuittr nam a Able.
The Christian Brothers' Coilesa
hr s already tn attendance of nearly
200 student?. The extmnive addi
tions will be model of neatness ar.d
c mtort. Tbe whole college w'll be
heated by steam, peifict veL'.laiion
Has been provide!', tbe beet oi ma
leiial has bet-n u:ed by the brick-
layiTJ, carpenters, plaUarerj, ets , and
the wood work will have a beautiful
hard oil finirh. Tho addition will en
able the Brother t accommodate an
IncreHsed number of pupils in the
boarding department as well as a gieat
er number oi day Btuuei.ti. Toe cata
logue which waa issued by the Brothers
arliort time ago ia replete wiih inter
esting matter aud a copy of it should
be in the hands of every friend of tbe
college.
Speaking of Col. Enoch Ets'ey,
in connection with his recent big deal,
the Nashville American, of yetteiday,
sayst Enoch Ensloy. the late prosi-
deut of tbe Pratt Coal and Iron Com-,
pany and president elect of the new
co s 1 dated ccnanany, was barn noer
NdBhville in 1834. His fa her was
woalihy and at bis dea'h felt bim a
foitnuo valued at $l,COO,CO0. The war
reduced this to one-half. Young
E'lB'ey was educated for tbe bur, but
it was distasteful to him, and ha
nttred the flnld of speculation.
He is the owner of five fine
forms on the Miiaisslppi river. He ia
rfgiif Jod as a financier of remarkable
ability, and liaa the confidence of the
people. Mr. Enaloy hB done as
much ai any man to develop the
8 re at coal and iron interests of the
South. Col. Eneley pofsesa-s remark
able forethought and angaciiy, and has
therefoie been a r-uccts in toe various
avocations of life lu which he has em
barked, as a planter, banker, prea'dont
of the Memphis Ojs Company and
finally as a c:al minor and manufact
urer of coke and pig iron.
I'REI'AKE FOB COOL WEATUER
MEM EN AND COMPANI
Orrrr TODAY at "pedal Prloea
1000 pairs extta s'sa ,
Angora Wool Bed Bluukets,
60 dozen
Oil Chintz nod French Sateen
Bed Comforts.
2000 yards extra heavy
Medicated All Wool Twilled Flan
licit).
Lad;es', Genta' an Children's
Wool and Merino Underwear,
in all the improved makes.
The insidious cold moisture of
October morning and ninhts is
render, d linrmlcm by wearing v.oo'
under;e.tr. J)o;i't proL-rtistiimio.
MENKEN AJil) COMPANY.
NKW TOBK DHY UIMDS MARKET.
NEwYoRK.HeptemborSO. A widede
niaud for co. ton goods of A fixed char
acter have taken a good quantity and
sto. ks aio more nominal and the dally
production more covered by offers.
Agents have advanced Amoskeag ACA
tickings ic; Excelsior, Jo; Columbia
heavy and XXX denuns, Jc; Cordis:
tii'lr noa atari niimli 1 m T YTaiI i b &
uu liuiuu il U I t UUU'nV
tickings, Jcj Mohawk wide sheetings
on the basis of 21c for 10c bleached.
Extra Midi nrlnlin olntha firm ai
Sc, and 60x00 cloths, 3ic.
Pine Waten repalrinc At Mnlford's.
tte to UatleAae at Laaraaaaralai fvtr
aar Plnmblnar and Waavrittluat
ShlrlMl Mhlrta!
All styles and prices to order.
Memphis K:caiu Shirt Factory. 224
Secoud.
Nolld MlverHHrej nt Htnllonl'A
KnlltaT Laiaatanlaa la da
yunr VlnanblnaT.
MnKord, Jeweler, 204 IMain, so
licits orders from the country.
A DriiKKiMfii Hiorj.
Mr. Tnaan fl. rhani,an drllirirlnf
Newburg, N. Y wriies us: "I have
fnr thft itanf: fan vaarf tmlrl atraral
n'u v vaiQ dviu Kvvvvaaa
gross of lr. William Hall'a Baleara for
ma L,nngs. l can say oi it what 1
cannot say of any other m'odicine, I
nave never ncard a customer speak oi
it but to praise its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a frretit manv pibai nf whnnnino
cough, with the happiest effects. 1
uhvu ueeu it in my own lamiiy lor
ltianv piiaar in fa-t nlvAwa It...
!ottle in the medicine closet ready for
use.
Ordor "Mnllard Wade Medals.
Chew the Celebrated Horse Shoe
Tebacci. Test and cheapest, AH
dtslrrasell it.
MEMPHIS DAILY
PERSONAL. ,
Mas. J. H. Slatib, teacher of Ger
man, uayoso tiotel.
Chap. Morbow, cottOn bnyer, Las
returned irom tbe East.
A. G Ds.iais and wife have re
turned from Morehead City much im
proven in nealtb.
Misi Nob AsHFORD.of Holly Spiiogs,
mime, u viHdog her friends at J. J
ii-eiiy's, Ho. 131 Pontotoc.
Mrs M. C. Dodykh his returned
home in improved h altli, accompa
nied by Wis. tvuns Peguea, of Wtsh-
lcgou, jj u.
Mas. J. M. Bailiy, who hai been
"pending the summer in Somerville,
Tenn, re: urn d to tbe city Taeidiy
mr rning accompanied by Iter Uece
miea Annie jone.'.
John E. Wilkkksoit left last night
with Miis Marv Mb'.on for New Yurk.
Mies Mhoon will remain at the Select
Home School of Alone. M. (Jinvanioi
and continue her Vccal a udita uader
Pof. MIZ9.
At tbe Higbee School this evening at
t) o clock a recital ia music and elocu
tion w 11 ba given by tbe several
teichers in those department. No
cardi of iavltauon will be issned, and
all pa'ror s and friends of the ichool
will be cordially welcimed.
Vihitobs on 'Change yesterday: W,
D. Ualloway. Allemon. Tenn.: R
Ttioma", F. aur, Mo.; Mrs. D. C. Rugg
aaa mm Jonnie Kogg, not Hprmjis;
Mis Jnnie 1'e.t t, ci yj Kib9tt Kors
ner, F.orenee, Ala.j Jotin Adams,
Kerrvin;J 15 Uuisrn, trials 1'oint,
M ies ; W W. tit me. Mit sis told : J. T,
Dtan, Whits liiveu; T. M. Neal,
VOVet, Aik.
II C. Cabb, editor and pioprie'or of
tbe Helm (Ark.) ratnot aud corre
spondent of me Ai'I'sal, is in tie cily
in bu-ii.e s for hi paper. We com
mend Mr. Ctrr t) tha mott f ivorable
coDs i'era'i in of tlie pnnple of Mum'
phis as every way roliab e. Ilia de
ptr cirjulates largely ia urritory that
irailH itli Memphis and erjojs the
cji.uucnce ri me p:opie.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Peabody Hotel.
0. B. GALLOWAY A CO PnnraiRTOKS
hataali M) and 13 par day. accnrd'Dsto
ana and location of room tipaoial
rataa mtda.
W p Wendland, Ark J DDrinr, Ark
RF Abbey, Mm W P Sinclair, Misa
w A Me.art, Ark A Lapp, Kr
J 11 IMirwar, Ark (1 W AloKia, Mln
K 1 ScharIT, Mo bMCnllom.Mo
W I, Phillips, Mo M i,, DePrlest, Va
FBKifh. 16 W Whit., BO
Or J W Hnvta, Tenn J Heamar, Mui
II U Karwell Aw, Man T II Hmniilell, Mara
W P Mokai, Pa F 0 VI liitfnrd, Conn
P R Rouen, Chicago W Field, Chicago
W U Kirkland, 8 II J S Walker, leiaa
W II MeheganJr.Va W P Bouii.lf, Ky
K M Drown. Md B Noyto, MiSi
H J Al.iamlor. Tann .1 K Mnnlt. N Ci
t M Neal. Ark L W (loldbcrg, Pa
M'i,hr FTKobme, Mo
A Uoratinan, Mo K W Forbuth, Maaa
T Downer. Mo A SCntharn. I.a
Mri L Alcorn, Mill J h Alcorn, jr, MUa
j u nugan, lonn JMaHb, xenn
A T Mitoholl, Tenn II A Uvam, Mill
J II Heea, Pa J I. W iggini, Tenn
BOUouiar, Ark J W Wynne, Ark
F J Hawkins, Tenn J W I.uttroll, Ky
() P Uainaa, U ri A WD Robert),
nuniun, jr., iiil.B nuuouwin, lia
F M buvalf. Tenn (1 K Hudiaill. Tann
H P llankin!. Mil! W L Iioyd, Ky
J L llarrell, Ky (t E llnppil, Ua
MMJohnaon.Ky B W Hula Aw, Ark
WHFl.nn.Kv II II M.linnk. K
N B Kennedy, Mill J M Keniudy. Mill
BIBuabv, Tann DAekeen.Kr
U L Wahb, Ky MO Andrews, Ky.
r XlUrlllin, Ky A I'bilden, Ky
L Hunt. Tann S W Mnnr.. Tnn
J Urahaia, Miu B H Kuffln, Min
a oncugran, loun.
Tbe Hew Uayaao. .
FARRINQTON, STEWART A WHITE,
Paopaiaroaa.
Ratal 12 60 to$4 pr Jar, according to leoi
tim of rjouis.
H Wilaon. Miaa F Pekoloa. Miai 1
Chan Hlnue, N I A J Moore wiivt, Vila
mri u n omnii, juna Miaa nrynnebart, Miai
iv i uoiuen, jex v u itogera Jt w, leuu
m m noirarH, ronn u uartnr. va
rJ il Kracke, D U FJWvles. NO
HP II wkina.tw.Miia T K Chaney, N 0
TVNoiand, Mla W bundy, Va
0 J Umliong, Mi-i CL-ndrewa, NY
V D llildrotb, N
WH Wrialit.Ark
UK Jiihnion, Ark
A V l'earoene d. Mihi
Keller Anderaon,leun
K n moan. Ky
M M M ruluill. Tann
n vuriu, nv
W llaxtar. T nn N A W nnrl. Tann
lni
0 Mel) Hampton. Miaall t Uiints, Mo
VI' ... IV.I .... T 1 1 rri L. i T
CS Kttinger, N V LBetinaon.NY
11 J Kendall, Mo
R B Anderson, Mo
P Li Himpaon, Ark
KT llin. on, Ark
(I B Untea. Miaa
li n Paaraon, Mo
M S lirannon. Mo
Robt Johnaon, Ark
hS 111 -ok, Miaa
8aml White, Mill
T L Aniioiaon, Tenn C K Ilib. Xenn
B H Foatei. Ark U llui-hanan. Ark
T 8 llinaon, Ark R M llutcbi.cn, Ark
o J rueiaon, unio , 11 rl Uiggiui, Ohio
V M bom.ri, Mi! U B Hlai, Miai
II Unoerwood. Tann K K Murr.v. T.nn
T Ur.cn, Ark II P Wood!, Ark
SLuk,Tenn . P T Ballard. Ton
A L Kn haida, Miai Frank Moore. Ky
Leon Mevera. Tenn K N Purrall. Kv
T ilUKiiins, Miaa T L Lane, Tenn
Ueo h Uurtia, Ark M T Ron, Ark
Ueo 1, Newton, Miaa II L Powera, Mich
j r lompaina, oiion.
Uaalon' llolrl.
W. H. BIN (I II AM Minima.
European plun. Unlaiged and refurniahed.
Prion according t aiae and loca
tion ot rojma.
KA1 Indiev. Ml MrK q Pr;il,.nl VI..
Mri i J 1, Parka, Misa Miaa I Parka, Miai
I W Riisowarno. Ill W A Dndmn, Mo
W J Hridiis Aw, Misa Mra , F 'ioiniin,Miai
MraR W F.rro I, Mica WO (Inllr.wayJIw.Miai
K neon e, Mo W II M
J E Philiii a, Tenn J J Murphy, Tenn
11 li linontorL, l.nn J I' LaPrade. Mips
N (Iranhory, Tcon E W llurton, Tenn
llr (1 W Vuinr, Mill T II SuiDiuerville.Mii!
C 8 MoCraw. Tenn R K Seminei, Tenn
11 K (Jar r. Ark K I. Kiiru.,ini. i,h.
J J Adnms, Mo K VY liailoy. Mill
A hojnli, Mm T K Morrison, Pa
?J,i?ti.DJ"n.?IiM w 11 Burnett. Ark
W y."ka",l ' v Kimbrough, Tenn
M M Mnrahall, Tenn 8 A Woud, Tenn
J MoPeak, MiM J Kinman. Ark
D W woAnally.TennS Hurb.eAw, Ark
A T tiny, Miaa J p llaldridae, Miai
hFubred, Mich, J Murphy Aw, Ark
JW Pauiett, Tenn Misa B Noel. Va
W L (iriihain. T.nn. KIIKi.t.. mi..
T N (Iranberry.Tenn J E Hobion, Tenn
n iBiKPinii, u miaa rar'ar. La
MiaiL Mitchell, Ark Misa A Daaerv, Ark .
BM Turn.,. Ill R M Davia, Mill
W U 6tone, Miaa T K Heffrey. Mo.
Darry'a laraaraaHai.i
C' t Adama and Main itreati. Rooma.
ww, ,tru muvt i'.r uay; Ametlcan Plan.
rival aI...T4 .1- ,L n . .
J. M. DU1" Fl (1(1 y.ara with Paabody Uotal).
Proprietor.
A.?R",;,rl' M Jonea, Tenn
O B TaU. Miai M Miller. Kv
Mri Acker As, Ark J M Hny, Ark
O () V.nable, Tex C Uu-ni.l T.nn
J P Vtooater. Ark AKH.Il.tonn
1 3 Rojfr, Tenn JMlUrtonAw Ark
Mri J T Hoffm.n.Ark W H Burn.lt, Xrk
J W Pntien Mu, in Mint; Husk, N V
i a'.uniiK., b i - it iiiana, Tenn
9 !! Cm'". N V XB r,kcnah.w.T.nn
LPJtonh.Ark J C W.ek., Ark
H M lUrri.. T.nn T I U lM. ' .r5 .
it rn. ,r. A u. i."S
M LPhillipi, T. TJAdauia. Mo
W I. U inl.ry irk II II V, .
' , II Vl,,fl, Jill
J I ttona. lox CP It w-n, lex
Jhrioonov.r.wAcArkJ B Ktailh. Tonn 1
i , ima. Tenn Mr. Y 8coit, T.nn
J" alk.r. T.nn V I Hrymou,. Ohio
C M Ashley, lenn M M Birdiong. T.nn
CBClill.n.Tenn WUOuder, Ark
NII'RAIL arkOHOVK rimi-ANV.
E A Locke, Mr O1 Neil Aw,
Mr RenaMn Aw, Mis. Van Uoky,
R Klelil iw, CeileRu.h,
Ma D La nice.
Chew Ihe Celi bratrd Horse Shoe
Tobacco. Riat and choapest. All
df a'o.8 sell it.
Tlie-ItoHiitlon,
In tbe way of Bonueta and Hats, at
LaviK'-e'r-, are af.rc ivg the attention
ot the laiies.
SIonoxrHui Itauitlen Mallord
APPEALFRIDAY,'
GET MONEY!
ADoIIarlsaDolIar.WIiether
Saved or Earned.
How to Have Cash I
Letting In a Little Li.ht on
the Subject of Lucra.
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 Kill value
for it.
Clothing is a necessity of life. We
have to dress. The laws of civili
zation demand it Clothing costs
money, and tho MISFIT CLOTH
ING PARLOUS, No. 2C2 Second
Street, will give you more for your
money than you can obtain elsewhere
Why Misfits Are the
Cheapest.
1. Becauhe you are sure of 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 vuluo.
4. Because, although they are called
"Misfits," you get better fits
than you can Cud among ready
made clothing.
5. Because, you really gain what the
tauors lose.
C. 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
money.
8. Because Misfits are really the
cheapest,
Cur New Goods.
The Misfit Clothing Patuors
are now displaying hundreds of Ffno
Suits.
We have the finest assortment of
Pants in Memphis.
We show a Dice line of beautiful
Fall Overcoats,
erOur alrouaT point la that we
an Clothing rrr low, and are
therefore able to aril it very low.
We gi0 yon the Brat Clothing
for Ihe Leant nouejr.
MISFIT
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
N. B. Remember, all alteration! to in-
sura a parlaot fit dona fr. of charge.
aiarOpeh Kvenlng-s until 9; Sntnr-
tirilnya. nntll II.
LOCAL NOT1CJES.
P. M. Stani.ky, funeral director and
.embalmer, 55 Madison street.
Miss Maky trdman wil reopen
her school at 07 B ill Kun street, on
Monday, October 4tb.
Mies Gracb Luvkixyn will resume
her class in elocution Heptambur 27th.
For terms, etc.. rail at No. 89 Adams
s reet t f er 3 o clock.
Tub Herbal Chili Cure, the beat
tonioand aml-iwriodio known. A oortain
and aura oor. for chilli 1'rioe 81 par bot
tle, oaml a tn in n (or oiroulari. Any roi-
aranne in. Addraai Joan C. llackar.
Lynohoora, Va.
Mies Cabrib M. Keating will re
sume her classes in music (piano an 1
vocal) on the 14 of October next. For
terms, apply at K. Witzmann & Co.'s,
Second Btrett.
G. W. MillkrA Co., Patent Asbestos
Fire Proof Koofers. For durability,
equaled by nrne. Used on wood, tin,
ron, felt aud travel roofs. Ho. 65
Madison street.
Many mo hers are unable to nurse
their children, lu tuuh cases tbe bast
substitute to be found is Mellin's Foo4,
Erepared alter Uobig s fnrmula, which
as proved to correspond Dhvdioloeic-
ally with mothers' milk.
Thb "Exposition Universelle de Part
Culinaire" awarded the Ugh est hon
ors to Angostura Bitters as the moat
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. G. B. Siegert A Sons, and be
ware of imitations.
ADDITIONAL MYERS.
VicxsnuBa, September 30. Nicht
Passed down : Oity of Hatches, Irom
St. Louis.
New Orlbaxs, September 30. Night
Departed: Gilmore and barges and
Anaie P. Silver, St. Louis.
Pittbbubg. September 30. Night
River ti feet 10 inches on the ganire and
rising! Weather cloudy and chilly.
WniKLiNG. September 30. N:cht
River 6 feet 6 irchts on the gauge and
rising slowly. Weather clear and cool.
Cincinnati. September 30. Nicht
River 0 feot 6 luetics on the gauge and
falling slowly. Weather clear and
cool.
Louisville, September 30 Night
River 4 feet 7 inches in tbe canal and
ftet 5 inches on the foils aud station-
ry. Business fair. Weather clear and
cool.
EvANsviLLB.September 30. -Night-
River 3 feet 7 inches on the gauge, a
rise of 4 inches ia the last tweaty-four
huurs. Weather cloudy and cool;
thermometer 65.
Cairo. Smtember 30. Night River
6 lepi 3 Incline on the pause and rising.
Weather coor, with a heavy sale irom
the n-r h. No arrivals. Departed:
City of Cairo, Vicksburg, 4 p.m.
St. Louis. September 30. Night-
River baa been stationary since latt
reprrt, and ttunds 7 4-10 fet on the
gnnire. Weather cU-ar and cold,. and
getting colder. No arriva'l of reau'ar
packets. Departed : City of VickB
burg, Vicksburg.
OCTOBER 1, 1886.
JAHES OL BEIX, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos.3290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN..
WHOLESALE
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
laddies.
SAIIFT.ItY
$& SPECIAL PRICES to Bailroad
JAMES M. OOOBAB.
Wo. 219 MAI.Y
tt'J'" KfT'S" .LB SUSS.
SCHOOL SHOES!
Buy Only the Best and
Save Money!
ZELtNER&CO.'S
CIIILDi' fcCIIOOL SHOES ARE
THE BENT I
FOIl V 75
We olTrr ran Btya' Clooil, Strang-,
Bleat Ballon Shoes, men aa yon
nev.r bonabt befure for l.a. (ban
SV a to DO, tbe alaea ruonlna;
rrom 11 to a.
FOB $1 25
Weaell An Excellent Double Tip
ped Mboe for Children, 4 to 7,
worth rrgnlar ! SO. For 91 25,
ama kind, alaea 7 1-3 to 10 1-8,
worth regular $1 85.
V-Children'i and Miiaei' School Phoei
i heaperThan Ker, or Anywhere Elae.
Call and ConTince YoureeiTci.
FOU $3 OO
Ton can bay of n m pair or La.
dlee' aild Button Shoes Uiat yon
earnnot aubalitnte elsewhere for
a 80.
FOR $3 35
We offer yon Ladles' Pebbled tionl
Button Shoea, fully worth $t 79.
FOlt $3 OO
Ton can boy a pair of Hen'a Gal
tera, Lace Bala or Button ahoea,
full atoek calfskin, aeamleaa
vamp, solid sole leather and
counter, every pair warranted,
worth at leaat B3 70 to 81 OO
elsewhere.
FOlt $1 35
Ton can bny of ua a pair of Hen's
Slitehdown Buckle or Tie Shoes
that cost you el-en here 81 73.
ZELLWER & CO.
Deviled Crabs, Shrimp,
Salmon, Fresh Can Muckerel,
Sardines, Lobsters,
Brook Tront, Oysters,
Mackerel In Tomato Catsup,
Sweet Stuffed Pickles,
Sour Pickles by the tal. and In Jars,
Pickled Onion, Hot Bellsb,
Wooster Sauce, 'loiuato Catsup,
Capers, Hnatard, Curry Powder,
Salad Dreaming-, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheese, Celery Sauce,
Celery Salt, Ete , Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Importer! and dealer! In Onus, Ammn.
nlllon and Flahlug Tackle, Hnllrtere'
Hardware, Lleclrle Bella and An
nanclntora for Hotel! Ad Keiidenoei,B4S
Main street. Memnt.lu. Tenn. Ulectrit
inpplieialwayi on band. Repairing neati.
dona.
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
SHEA & MCCARTHY. ProDr8.
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
(TSin OJTIIb LARSBST EOltIR BHOPfi
III ID! UUU VII IUU VU. VU.
Boiler and Bneet-Iron Work! la theeity.
MMituractnrers of neavy itiaae irou
work at nan lMrlntlon. Bnealal
at.nlr, tAnl.n. linn work-
Frank Schumann,
Importer and Dealer In
Sana, riablng Tackle and Sport.
en's Supplies, aw 8proial attentloi
given to MANUPACTURIK8 and KM
PAIRING, -va
413 Main NtllfemDhia. TnrJ
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationer?,
3 IS Mala St., Memphis, Tenn
A NEW H'PPl.Y OF
SCHOOL BOOKS
JUST i:EIVEl.
R. KUPFEILSCHMIDT,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
WD8, Ammnnltlon, Fishing Tackle
ana iiorlsmenh' Mipino.
WH01.KSALS AND RKTAlb.
Ml Malu Nlreet, Memitlile, Tenm
Manololn-lr. and Ranairira el Wool a
Bpe"laltT. l.nritfH Stock. B.M aaanrtmenU
Urethral Stricture Cured!
(THE PERM AS EST.
Rrmo.al Completa. Neither knife, eauitie
nor dilation. Lo pain. No bnuiDUf.
Adr'a D. II. W, III THILL,
GOOBB
BOOTS
i w w , n u v us ouv lugivuniKi ' uvuiuuif WJ OKll BUU KK1UIIUV IU9 111010, X u9 ItLOl LUO.L WfJ 86(1 til OTA ID All ftfj T OIQAP
houea here, and Perhapi mora than anj honae ion;h ot tha Ohio rivar. I auffinient arldeooa that Pur gooi and pricaa ara latinaetorr ta
r) P?.'ii"J.C,rIf Ursalina of ;BTOW-MADE tlDUON, innlujinr tha oa'.brat.d Ueo. Hooker Calf Booti, Kri up.ndorl.
r. .?,0?;. ' Ld' , Kid, float and Call, baaidei a large variety of other makei. OurKaatern ina'le gooda oannot he ."rVaaaed by
"JZJL"'1 "iva ua a !! uihillHAi A- fit HAT
BOX 101. ATLANTA, OA.
.
-OF
Harness,
II. n WAKE AJSH LHATnEK,
ant. levee Contractors for -Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness.
BSTABijiBnHri xseo.i
WM. t. CLARK. E. f. CARRIAGTOST.
WBOXaKISAIiB
STREET MEMPHIS.
.1 L JWf.-.kA "d
.
ECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID HP CAPITAL, i t
Interest Faciei
OPEN SATURDAYS I'M
M. II. K4TZE.VBERGEI', PreMcIeTt.0-
BOABIt OF
NAP0LKON HILL,
W. a. CARROLL,
JOnN A. PENIE,
J. W. bCHOnR.
Z. N. ESTES.
S. B.
(SDtCEdSORS TO ESTES, DOAN a CO.)'
VLolesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street Memphis, Tenn.
Ts the Trade
THE IMMENSE
Ilava attained, hai induced unprincipled mannfaotoreri to place on the marVitabat
imitation. We hereby caution the public that all Uenuine Cigarroi will bear & BEU teal
on each box. and our Faotory Number, SiOO, 8l Itiatrlet, N. Y.
The only all long Havana filler oiiar on the market for S oenti.
GBO. X. XjIBB cJ OO., t
Factory 300, 3d District, JV. Y.
FJOON & JOYNER, Wholesale Agents,
mi k in mm
"TTIE STANDARD OF THE WORLD."
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STILES, 125.00 AND UPWARD.
aarTKRMS Caih, or eaiy Monthly Initallmenti. Write for Illustrated CataJarue.-W
SOLE AGENTS FOB THE SOUTHWEST,
UTo. 888 IVXcalxi. St., 3VIoixi.to1i1, Telin.
Mm. W Union Street, Nasbvllle. N. 1100 Olive Street. St. Iconic
B. WITZM AlfKi o.
Wholesale Dealers and Publishers,
Sole Agent! for the following Firat-Clasi Inatraxenta;
STEIIS3"WA.Y and IvjSTBE
PIANOS Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
OIIGAXS -Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
ee-A NEW 7-0CTAVB PIANO FOR l0. s
'V. to for CitnloKiie. Xo. S21 and S'itt Meeoud street, Memphis.
(CtUUCESMIRN TO S. I.. I.EK), JOBBERS OP
Cigars and Tobacco
273 Ma in Mreet. Opp. Court feqniire, 9Ieuiphi8,Tenu.
WHOLESALE
' JUST BECEIV1NO AND IN STORE.
1,000 Irngs TVew Crop (Season 1N86), Rio Coflee.
3,000 keys Iron and Mteel Malls best bramls.
1,000 barrels Kenned Sugar all grades.
KM) barrels New Crop (reason Utee.
l,SOO pkgs. Leal and Refined Lard.
ISO Heroes Canvassed Uanis.
lOO boxes Rreskfast Bacon.
1,000 baga) Nbot, Powder and Caps,
litooo boxes Canned f.oods, Mardiues, Oysters, Etc
I.OOO bxs. pure New Cream Cheese Mlver noon llrand.
1,000 bags hand-picked Virginia and Tennessee Peanuts.
Manufacturer of the celebrated brands of Sit
TER MOOXaud IttfcMl'llI Piire Slick Candy, and Raking
Powder.
Importers of Foreign Fruits, I.cinoiis, Oranges,
RalMluM, XiiIh, Etc.
Xos. 284 and 2SC Main Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
mi:
B
ots and Slioes
S6i 3vo:.i3xr st.
O
UR tTOCK OF BOOTS AND 6II0K3
V compia e man ever, eompriaine- not only tne oaai anu nuwi u ,un nun ui uiir
diom, durable and itjlifh gooda, which we offer at low igurea.
TO Til K TRADE we offer ipeoial
80L1D 6JXES, we are prepared to fill ordan
enabling Merchant! I
i to fill in without being oompalled to ouy gooui noi unueu.
ADLSR BHO. cSj OO,
Acents for tbe Celebrated W. E nonslna 3 Men's Calf Shoea and 93
Hoy a Shoea In all at j lea.
-ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST MAILED FRER.-re
F. MEYEII, ec'y and rreaa.
Collars,
F. 6. JOKES.
TEWWESSEE.
! .tbS " o b. foaad Inan, m.rk.t-
: : : : t $100,600
on TJeponltm.
1 1. 7 O'CXtMJlA P.M.
T. KATZEMJEHGER. Cashier.
DIKECTORS.
a. ron EN,
T. F. TOBIN.
J. H. BI8C0E,
A.S.MEYERS.
BPICER.
W. B. DOAN.
ad Bm
POPULARITY OUR
GROCERS,
FOR FALli AND WINTER WEAR 18 MORE
induoementa.
Carrjlnr mnit ol onr rood a in
lor arecial lit. a at NO aXTHA CCtol, thm
HOES
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