OCR Interpretation


The Memphis appeal. (Memphis, Tenn.) 1886-1890, October 02, 1886, Image 8

Image and text provided by University of Tennessee

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84024448/1886-10-02/ed-1/seq-8/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 8

8
RULSOAD T15E TABLE.
ui attar Mejr 1. 1HS. pumiM trini on
thil will ran l follows:
- jfAb MAIL. Booth. MorU.
:39 a.m
7:21 a.m
4:(tf a.m
1:13 a.m
SamphlJ.
n)ay
ienbor.-.
arrisoBMM
.A
4:90 p.m
6: D.m
10:03 p.m
,..D..
.K..
1:ipu a.m
1:44 a.m
11:18 P.
5:'6 a.m
li p.m
7:M p.m
Luton Keura.
6:14 a.m
9:00 a.m
Raw UrlMDiM
U
d:UU p.i
CONNECTIONS.
r-Wltk all Hues snrtB Maaaphla.
for tirwnYllie and Huntington, and all
D With V. ai. ana o. .
B With N.i J. 0.iU&. lor Halohei and
Jeniion.
T For PoinU on tha Branon.
5 With railroads dtTerglng tor Florid!
JAB. M . BDW A RDS, V. P. nd 0. M.
A.J.KMAPP.Q.P. A.
MlMlulnBl an Taln,-TralB
moTO ai follows! New Orleans mail arrival
dally at SiSa.m.s leaves aaur ai o:uu p.m
rairtlmnina Hlaalaalpnl Val
lw rr.ln mrrva u tnllnwl t Vast 'lnc
leaves at iu:uu a.m.: m. uoui. ihv una
loaves at 5 :30 p.m. t Fait lino arrlTii at 1 :30
p.m. t St. Louis fait lis arrives at 1:06 a.m.
Loalavllla aad Saah villa Tralni
atova a. folio wit Fait mall arrives-dallr at
5tl6a.m.t leaves at 10s 10 p.m. I mail leaves
daily at 10:10 a.m.! arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brownsvllla aooommodatiom leevea dally
ioapt Sunday, at 5:110 p.m.) arrival daily,
aioept Bandar, at 6:60 a.m. (standard time).
BSoaapbla and Llltla Koek. Trains
Wkw. mm fnllnwa (nentral itandird time)!
Sli. 1 Uavaa daily at 4:20 p.m, I arrival at
iMn.m. No. Sleeves at &: a.m. arrival
ip.m. Uo.SlenTesatB:Ma.m.i arrlres
I ifio a.m. No. 6 (freight) Inm Bopefleid
ly (eiaept Bandar) ai 6:00. a.m.) arrives
at 6:1
daily
at 1 :10 p.m.
enlf Rant (Kaaaaa Clly.Hprlan
tld aad omptala) Tralni leave M. and
T. depot ai folio wi: No. 4, Kamai City a
pran, Uavai at 10:46 a.m. ! No. 8, KaBiai
City aipraii, arrival at 80 p.m. Wo. i,
Kaoiaa City mall, leave! at6:00 p.m. I No.tl.
Kaniai City mall, arrival at : a.m. No.
I, Bt. LobIi and Chloaio aiprei, laavai at
6:00 p.m.) Na. 1, Bt. Louil and Chioaioai
prMii, arrival at 8:45 a.m. In effeot Bunday,
April IB.18M.
amphii and Charlealan Tralni
fniinwa, Thrnnffh aznraii laavai
dally at 10:40 p.m. Mail and axpreii laavai
J.I i. at 10 Tim a m. Bnmervilla aooommoda-
il.. I.i,.i rf.llv. aioant kotidev. at 5:30
p.m. Thronfh aiproii arrival daily at 5:26
L Mall and aiDraii arrival dally at 1C:00
p.m. Bomarvtlla aoeommodatioa arrival
dally, aioept Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
awnatola. Hlrmtnabam attd Allan.
(In Ilnllv Hiirlnn Roota Tralni mova M
follown No.l laavai Mamphli dally at 8:4S
wk.t arrival at llollv Hurinai at 6:58 p.m.!
Ho. 1 laavai Holly Hprlnai dally at B:00
a.n.. arrival at Mamthil at 10 ilO a.m. t No.
tWavei Mamphli daily at T:16 p.m., arrival
. I 1 nl I Hn,Ln.i &t 11 iK ii. m. j Na. A laavai
fiilly Sprinn dally at SilA a.m.. arrival at
Mimpuil at A'4" '"
TUB WEATHER.
ladlealloaa.
For Ttnntmf and Kmluciy:
wather; taHerly windi, becoming
Kuteriv; warmer.
Fair
WUth-
For Arkantat: Fair mother; eatlerly
ipwufa, fxoomtujf motherly; warwur.
leoralnaloal Krporl.
MlvrBta, Ikn., Ootober 1, 1HHA.
Jime.
'
, f K)Q a.m
8:00 p.m,
10:00 p.m
Bar. I Ttier.
Wind.
W'th'r
Clear.
lOftitl 47,
M0I ftO
.245j 61
N.W.
NW.
W.
Clear.
Clear
Maximum t mperature, 81.0.
Minimum temperature, AU.U. .
Oaone, 11 a.m., 1.
Rainfall, 0.0O.
la ! 'otl Kraloa.
BiaMAL BlRVICB, IT. H. Abmt,
Oclobei 1,1886-6 p.m. J
Division of ieleitrami and reports for
rtbe:beneJtf ooiamerce and attricul
tore. Cotton roftiod bulletin for the
A .....
1 twenty-four hours ending Octooer 1st,
to o'clock p.m.;
PI
2 5,
u DU-
pB 8
vxior.
Memphis
Vaab villa -
Grand Junction...
Corinth
Tojcumbia
Decatur -
8oottaboron
Hernando
Batesville
Grenada.
Covington
Dyerebarg
Arlington
Brownsville
Milan
Paris
Bolivar
Holly Springs ....
Oxford
1
60
65
08
2
0
04
8(i
7
07
18
Ht
C9
71
CO
CO
05
71
46
43
43
47
62
60
40
48
41)
43
42
42
41
41
30
44
43
43
Fams...
Maana
1203
67
748
44
.00
.00
CITY
NKWS.
-Ool.
asaln.
W. A. Tally
i at home
. All tlio courts will be In setslon
Monday.
License to jaarry was Issued yes
. terday to Loonry iiayle and Uertie
Gordon.
The Tiave'ers' Club will give a
frand rortioii and banquet at their
- rooms Thursday night
Sparks set fl e yesterday to seven
bales of cot'on at the Clit-npeike and
Qbio depot. Tbe damage was Blight.
C Justice Chum Jones, tbe youngest
mtaabfr of tlje County Cout, recent
ly eltated t) aucoeeJ tiis father, quali
fied yesterday.
In the Probate Court yesterday
Mrs. O. A. Leftwlch wis appointed
.- admlniftrator of the es'ate of Dr. J.
s W. Leltaicb, dtceawd.
Tbe ladies mast pay a hi round
. dollar for aaals at matinee today.
Their husbands may atand it, but
what a blow it will be to the poor lit-
tie wallflower dudea,
One of the baot evidences of the
.very prosperous buaines outlook is
the crowded condition of the hotels.
Tha Garoso snd the Peabody ara both
, fall and Gaston's is every day crowded.
Thorn is Blair was fined 50 and
and aonienced to one mi nth in tbe
County Jail yeeterdiy for asu't and
.batterv aud carrvirg a pietol. This ia
the kind of a Blair educational bill
. Judge Dubosa believes in.
Dr. Thornton leaves today to at
tend the IiiftiDB of tha Amerirmn
'Public lioaltb AaaorUtlnn at Toromo,
Canada. .J'rtsidant Haddan mty alro
H tend, ia he ii very anxiona to per
suade tbe saoclativin to bold its ut
meoting bete. : :
A fisrdis, Miss , darky, named As
fciry Whilehnrst.epFiW kt ihe polics
- station ytsterday for help1 to find his
wife, who. h 'declared, had elopod
-with rrank vis. lie add hedlon't
want to har. htn, ut he ' wanted to
put the kw to him."
-Ih Century tr October j lit Fell
wi uam With li,t by K John
Farmelf't Vurtr, b' Hawthorne ; Olad
$Ume'i lri h Qiuttitiu tnl A Romantic
Toung La iy, ty K hiit G'ant All
arrvd yaaterduy at Man.Lrd's book
store.
Toe oalo t;f seats for the Lirtie
Evtoa eni4(iiuent commnictii U
fty at Mult iro'e. The eprt' ry will
heaafiws; Sra Smth. MoiHfv.
Tuesday. and Sa uttlay matine e ; Fovg' f
Ferry, WfdBfBfl.y nd Tb.rsdy
ninbtii Vuipra ray, rnaaj no
nrday nifthts.
Mr. Pcrkin. city gm for t M He
livery of the military bifltary 'jf Teo-
nefiee durlnn tne civu vi aill re
ceive today the ba'ance (o Mempbii
iubscr.bera and will b-in to deliver
them at once. SubBrber will find
the book all that tb pabliaher prom-
ited and more. J., a perfect boot
and a model fjar the other tutta to
follow.
The pavera bave finished their
work on Shelby street, and it has been
thrown ODen to the Dublic. The Citi
zens' Strret Car Company ha fs line
completed from Madu-on on Bhelby ti
Kontb, thence to Tenneeree, thence to
Georgia thence to Fourth and out
Fourth t Jarkson. all except the
ernaainff nf tha Tallev rnad on Tennc H-
Ha street, and of the Mississippi and
Tennessee load on flhelby strret. The
irons are being mide in Ht Louis, and
as soon s they are received cars will
be run. t
Col. Tom White. Dresident of the
Mississippi Levee Board, who hai jnst
leturned from New York, where he
nt ti conanlt with the Uifsseirpi
River Commission, wss registered at
the Gsyoeo ilouse yeeterday. On te
ino intnrvlnwnd a to the resalt of bid
visit North, aaid he had reesinto hope
the commission would expend at lesst
$100,000 at points between tne Missis
sippi State line and tbe mourn oi me
Ystio. This wilt be eratilying news
to the peoplo of the Delts, who nave
a oVioarfn.l ftrnpntlnri larirfl fums in
tha maintanance of an excellent and
eflec ive levee syotem. The expendl-
Inrn of the anm mentlonea in win iu'
caii i v Inilinatnd will be cheerfully in-
nnrand bv the neonle of Memphis, who
ar commerciallv interested in the
welfare tk the Delta.
PERSONAL.
C. D. If illiard baa returned from
Rhea Borings.
Mrs. J. M. Kiatinq and Mips Carrie
M. Keating bave returned to the c.ty
and are slopping at uayoso uoubb.
Mm. IUhiiib. of Padticah. Kv.. will
he with Miea O.rrie Bpicer, No. 8J0
Vance street, Batuiday, Hunuay ana
Monday.
Minn Cabbii M. Kbatino. pianist,
ma fnnnd at the store of E. Wli-
J . J- An. 1 m.l'l tl ,1
mnnn A UO.. Zil ana no oevuuu
street, from 3:30 to 6 p.m. every day,
Tna wall known evangelist,! Or. J.
Vf. lloyte, is holding a meeting at
Oprmantnwn in connection witn ine
thir v-ixth anniversary o! tne Key.
R. R. Hvans's ptstorate oi tbe Preaby
tsrian Church mere.
Ow Thursdav evenine last Mr. Mar
cus J. Wright, jr., son of Gen. Marcus
J. Wright, was married to Miss Annie
Wright, of Nashville, dangtrter oi tne
linn. .Tnhn V. Wriirht. of that city.
The wedding took place at St. John's
Koiscopal Courcb, Washington, D. 0.,
and was larselv attended by Tennes-
Anana and rrominent Southern peo
pie in tbe rity, nnu many prominent
society people resident there. Mr.
WrtahL who has been in Washington
for soma years in the Hignal Service
there, ha. mahV friends in the social
woriu, aa nas uro jmw vvrim, wu
hai srient a cood deal of time in Wash
ington In the past few soc'al seaanns as
the sneat of her uncle, G en. Wright.
The marrisge wss a gre buvwhhh tu
the friends ol DOto rarttea. Aituooga
it was rtlanned some time since, me
secret bad been well kept. The wed-
dina took place In Kt. Joun s unurcn,
on Lafavette Square, Jrt opposite the
White Houce, one of tbe oldest apin-
rnnal rhnrrhes in the WT, a(l
the one sttended by Prudent Ar
thur and so many President be
fore him. The marrisov ceremony was
nulxtmaii hr tha RoV.'Dr. lIolilman
r . "V "..J i l u
aFSleteU Dy Ut. lepuaru, iwwi oi m.
church. The brlrt wa given away at
tbe altar by Gen. upsbsw, anbisibm
Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Bus
attired in a tasteful stay traveling
dress, and ater receiving congratula
tions of thnr intimate friends the hap
py pair lt by train for Jatkaon,Mis8 ,
to wbirk point Mr. Wright baa been
order i for duty. Among the large
niiml!r ol people present wora uen
Wrr tit and family. Gen. and Mrs.
ITn.haw. Onl. K. J. Harvev and fami
ly, M j. John T. Pickett, Ihe family of
Ool. Bam Donelson, E. J. Gray, Dr.
Newman and family, the MissBS LHde
of Tenneisoe, and many others of dis
tillation. 'The brldo and groom have
gone to Ja eon, Mies., to live.
MENKEN
COMPANY.
We ak the
attention
ct
uentitmoo to o
Fall Se
lections
CLOrUINU, HATSSHOES,
Wool Underwear andXtleneral
Furnlbhlng Good
today we display
nAMi.i ai.. onAain
noys' Dress baits, t to -o.
Aiao
500 All Wool Business Suits at $10
to f22 51).
600 All Wool Boys' Salts, $5 76 to
3 DU.
Special Sale TODAY ot
GENTS' WOOL TJflDJERW EAR,
GENT8' SHIRTS awo SOARFS.
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
$9 60 TO ST. L00H ANB RETURN,
Via the Gnir Won to K. CM A at.
.Kallrood).
CommeDcii'g Oc'oker 2d, we will srll
rourd trip St. Louis tlkels for Z 60
LoDt l the 9 b, tickets ood to rtturn
until the Hid. rorougu coaon tna
sleeper. Qui' kest line by one hovr
and forty minutes,
n. D EUI3,
Oeaaral Agent, No. 31 Madiioa itreoi.
Tbe Cold Weather
Hai caued a lively demand for the
b au'iful winter gfiodsatF. Laugne's,
Odd Fellows' Buildinff.
MoaoKraui lianclea Halford
iHiidrnir
IS RUMOVSD BT THS C8B 0 OOCDASINS,
And 1 stlmula ea and promote the
growth nf tha ha r.
Burnett's Fl.vorina Eitrvcti ara the
rest .
Mnlford, jfunrr, ttH n'n, so
UclU orden from tha country.
eppcial
lr
A
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL 'SATURDAY,
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
dntM'i Ilatrl.
W. H. BINGHAM Miiioi. .
European plan. Knla'atd end rtfurni.bod.
mots aomraioa I sue ana looa
tio of rooms.
0 W MoAnalty.Tena A M KH.berry, Ark
M F R lenn J T Moh' .iocs, Tenn
h I MoDowell, Tens AD Ande-eon, Tena
K II Moon, MiM Mrs Bpra. in.AcMLi
J B Posilewaite Teas A(IC Libbr. Mais
J B PmiKin, Miu LB Pler. Mill
W Nanford. Tons
h ttejeon, lenn
R M Uecta, Tena
J Klli'on, Ark
C C FrirriO". Mill
G A Pate. Ind T
JW W.Uon, Ark
J I Swein, Mo
J I. llTlf. Kv
MiM A KuJdy, Ark
J L Webb, Mill
J N P. lUin.Tenn
K W Piekeni. Ark
W OPhippi, Mill
0 Humoer Aw, III
U L l'hup. Mini
JWT Falkner, MUl A B Anderton, Mill
B P Kobion, Miu w r wiiion, lenn
Mri Arnold. MUl mn meriwaioer, aim
DM Bell, Mill ' ft L Nolen. Tenn
Mn Hiniuon. Tena J Filaierald, Tana
J Randall. Tenn F ilanioll, Mo
W M llarvey, Mill V A ueoafiure, xidb.
rvabody Ilatfl.
0. B. OALLOWAT CO ..PorrTois.
Haul It w ana i: per aay. itwuu'ii w
:ie aoa looii'on oi room owoiat
iiiu mnaa.
. . a l V U1..TI m w. 111.. II. V.
a N tinarki ad. Ara r ii urane, in
T llartmin.
Ark
P Campbell, Ala
T M Rimer. Tenn
W R Peanman, M X
I W Cobb, N Y
WCSwoi.e. Tens
C C Meniiei. Ohio
Mill Biedelman, Ark
Mn J Bal'i, Tex
MriCH Uook.Ua
T Burke. NY
Mr Haloh if, Ark
B U Mitchail, Tenn
F V DeUrar, La
Ike Orhei, Mm
yMrKeniie, Mill ,
D Kvam, N I
LI
B Muiirova. Ala
A 1 Noltv. Ark
L B Tiuoh, N I
1, 1 ake, N V
0 P binilh, 'fans
M Burke w, lean
Mill Ho-a, Ark .
W ti Matthewi, ba
Frank Kinney, M
K M Btaindlar, H T
VY R Lyman, La
A M Bonay, Mo
Mn I.eatben, Mill
(I K Conk, Oa
J U Foitar, Ala
M is lieman, B u
II Murdook, Mo
J M Wintorimith, Kt W Dunnavent Jr, Ky
A W Boyd, Tenn
L Wkila, Ky
.1 C Writ-fat. Mill
a uroikneiy, lean
B W Parker. Mo
T Hleele, Tenn
J W Johnion, Mill
MiM M Sparkl, Ark
8 Moora, Tenn
W Lawrenoe, Tenn.
(1 A Hparki, Ark
T B Tanoey, Tena
J Uranaai, lenn
The Mew Oayoao.
FARRINOTON, 8TBVTART k WHITB,
Panraiaviiaa.
Ratal t2 t9 toM per .'ay, aroordins to Uoa-
llta at rnomi.
W J nartaoll. Mo
D H Cliaoh, Va
0 A Rucker, (la
L Miner, Tenn
Ben Ayraa, Tena
J 0 Haloomb, Ark
W n L.a. Mo
Wmay. Tenn
Ben Meyiea, Mivi
T L Btinae. Ohio
J H Brown. Mill
Ml.. O Koatlnr. Ten n
r V Morrn. ien
r. k.aiiaz. rem
M Keatini, T.nn
j U WaUon w Ao, Mi ji
W ) Robimon jr. Ma J J Wylea, La
O K Denton, lenn
V L Rankias Tana
O B Smith, Ark
V Hoyt, Artt
A Lionel. Tenn
K B l'ervini. Mill
II B Kim, Ark
O L Blaok, Mo
Mn Mrntton xto, Tex
B J Marki, Mo
L W Laa, Cal
J V Xiquea. La
Mii'OPeak, Tei
Vf W l'arkor, Me
Mn E Bailey, Mill
0 11 Naat. Ohio
F I) Morrill, u u
MnFPeaV.Tex
(1 11 Tinl.ii, Kl
O 8 Cnraery, La
Mim L Peak, Tax
J It Blake. Mill
II & Bradley, Ohio
C B Dant'orth, Miis
A M Wilt, Will
M Pointer. Mill
L L llailay, Mill
C T Vance, Tenn
J 11 Ti eiiD, Ky
K J Uarrinnten, T
Mn Cernnn-ton.Tenn O wtnanurgi
Ii, III
J H Dumoorob. Tana 11 Mvriok, ienn
R H Moora, Mill J M Keed, Mils
W W Wood, Ky C II Trimble Aw, Tenn
J ft Kdrinatoa, Tenn F Boott, loon.
DaaTr'a Karapeaa Hotel.
Corner of Adami and Mala itreeti. Roomi.
60o, Too and l per day i Amenoan nan,
m per oar.
Flr.t otinRaitaurant in the lintel.
M. DUtfY (It yaari with Paabodf Uotal),
Frapri.tar.
BOCllttoB.Tana
W II 0 rider. Ark
P B Ak'n. Ark
W 0 Brooks Tana
M 8 PhylVr, Minn
MnJJ Ro.ara, TeBB
II Adkini. Tenn
O Davli, Tenn
M Munyban jr. Tana
R L liarrii, Tena
TTBranoh.Tonn
TTIlnnb.Tenn
C B Tate. Hill
0 Uuenlel, Tenn
J V rhepo.rd, Mill
YT C P.aroa. Mill
J 11 Abel, Wil
J Mollenrr, Ark
A Dlokinion, Ark
J H ribepuerd, "enn
JMn(!rthl. 10
oOarthy, 1 0 J W Tattan Aw, Mill
Tl Willtwa". Ark
W M AlleB. Tex C B. Pnny, Mo
VT T Adkini, MiM -.v L Jaroiion, Tex
WLCoae.Ua , UT.X?, -
II H Ueddaa, OBia n oi n iinami, iaua
W C Anderion, Ark T L T.tum, Ind -
If M ViJ.I.. Mn J I. Franaia. Tana '
J 0 Hahiion, Mill ' V Hetharinstoa, Mlu
11 U Uirter, Tann W J Barnoi, Ara
Notice.
The Hon. Sack Taylor, the nominee
of tbe Kepublisan parly lor congress,
and Mr. James Phelan, nominee of
the Democratic Party for Congress,
ilt addrers tbe citiaens of the Tenth
Congressional District, in joint dis
cussion, at the time and places stated
below, name'y:
t.uoy, Wednesday, uct. o, l p.m.
Randolph, 'Ihureday, Oct. 7, 1 p.m
Atoka. Frdav. Oct. 8. 1 p. m.
Covington, Saturday, Oct. 0, 1 p.m.
Tabernacle, Mi nuav, ucr. ii, i p.m
Baitlett. Tuexdsy. Oct. 12, 1 p.m.
Brunswick, Wednesday, Oct. 13,
12 m.
Germantown, Thursday, Oct. 14, 1
p.m.
L'olUerville, ridy, Oct. id, i p.m
8 imsrville, Saturday, O.it. 10, 1 p.m
LaUrarge, Monday, Oo'. 13, 1 p.m
Willis on, Tnsay, Oct. 19, 10 a m
Moscow, Tue day, Oct. 19, 4 pm.
Pocahontas, Wednesday, Out. 20, 10
a.m.
Middloton, Wednesday, Oct. 0, i
p.m.
Hauistmnr. TtiU'Siioy.Uii zi, lua.m
Grand Junction, Tliuis lay, OlL 21,
4E:m- ..
Tcors, rriupy, ucr. vz, hi a.m.
Bilivur, 8iurd'V. Oct 23, 1pm.
Wh teviilo, Moi day, Oct. 25, 1 p.m.
Whitehaven, Weduoeilriy, Ut. 27, ;
p.m.
Uspievilie. rnnrsnav. uct. r, i p.m
Veim h s, Fr day. Oot. i9, 7 :30 pn.,
at I'.ipot-itio i isuilding.
Mason, Haturday, 0 t 30, 1 p.m.
W. J. BMlffl,
Chn. Rapnblloaa Cnni. Com'Uee.
K. V. AIAMS,
Chn. Damoeratio Cons. CoiuiUee.
Batba! BathHt Jkfaths!
Clear water, fro h a r. arm rooms
fcatba of a 1 descriptMns at No. 222
ceoond street, near mB.
Ba)HdMiiTTwi; t Mnlford'si
' A DrusafiTt'a Story.
Mr. Isaao ), Chapman, druggist.
Newbura, RT writes us: "I have
lor the oat ten years sold several
arose nf Dr. William Hall's Balearn for
the Lunraj I caa say of it what I
cannot aiyjof any other medicine. I
have nererl heard a customer speak of
it out 10 pause its virtues in the hich
est manoci I have recommended it
in a grenl many cases of whooping
congh, win the happiest efiecta. I
have useJ it in my own family for
many yutra; In fact, always have a
liottle it the medicine closet ready for
use.
Order "fflfnllord Made Medals,
dtlce lo Mothers.
MnJ Winalow's Soothins
shoukf always be used when children
are ctiting teeth. It relieves the little,
sufterjrs at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awaM as "bright as a button." It is
vertfpieasant to taste. It soothes the
, softens the gums, allays all
AllMVoa in.1 iu.Mil.la. I. -
r, . rt ... vt, iui.w. ,UQ
els, and is the beat known remnd
fordiarrhoBa, wbetlier arising from
hing or other causes. Twenty-
fUb cents a bottle.
i . a.
Shirts! Shirts!
All styles and prices to order.
I ampins S eam Shirt Factory, 224
ecood.
AtL antl oritttoanrce that the milk
ot a ! al l y in tl t r U ti e best food
f t an ii.fant. Neittotbie. aud con-
aining all ti e emeut for p r' it
.utrition, i Mrllm'a Food, Mbicli,
at r a lorg t a', in l.ighly indjrsrd by
noiiueut mirdicU muu.
GET r.lGNEY!
A Dollar Is a Dollar.WIiether
Saved or Famed.
How to Have Cash!
Letting In a Little Li.ht on
the Subject of Lucre.
A dollar saved is a dollar earn'
It is not what a man cams that mr ta
him wealthy. It is what he t Ayeg.
It is easier to spend money thr iQ a
to earn it. Therefore, wh . you
spend it see that you get f ll value
for it.
Clothing is a neoesity ' jf life. We
have to dress. The If ,W8 0f civili
zation demand it. 'jlothing costs
money, and the MIf iFIT CLOTH-
INQ PARLORS, No. 2C2 Second
Street, will give , you moTe for your
money than you r Ma obtain elsewhere.
Why Misfits Are the
' jhcapest.
I. Beoatj' n you are gure of getting
i doth.
2. BeC a use tailor garments are al
' ays well made.
3. Bf cause you get the best of
clothing for less than half its
aotual value.
4. Bbcause, although they are called
"Misfits," you got better fits
than you can find among ready
made olothing.
5. Because you really gain what the
tailors lose
6. Because you get clothing that
web mado 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 Clothinci Parlors
are now displaying hundreds of Fine
Suits.
We have the finest assortment of
Pants in Memphis. '
We show: a nice line of beautiful
Fall Overcoats. . i,
awa-Oar atyoua; aola( la that we
Stet Clntbloa Terr law. aad ara
there fit re) aala la aU It very law.
We glve'rea taa ,BnI llotblna
far Ibe Uajl Maaey.. .
"THISFIT
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn
If. B. Remember, all alteratloni to in
ara a perlaot it dona frea af ohirgo.
aa-Opcn Evealass aatll t Balar-
nrdaya. niilll 11.
LOCAL N OTIC
Mas. J. II. Slater, teacher of Ger
man, Gay oso Hotel.
P. M. Stanley, funeral director and
embalmer, 66 Madison street.
Mia Maby rTRDat ant ml 1 reopen
her school at 97 B ill Run street, on
Monday, October 4th.
Pbbpar.tory smvices will be 'held
at tbe LMidcn'ala ritreet Church to
day at 4 :30 o'clock p.m.
Cusw ' Dru imrnd's Nstuial Leaf"
Tobacco. Bne thut t" t n tngs are rn
the p up. D.m't tuke any iiniia ioa
Mild acdeltg nt.
Mies Uracb LhwitLLYN wi I rcpume
her class iu eli cut n St-pt-Mt ber 27th
For terms, etf., i all at No. Si Adams
a rent i,f er 3 o il ck. -
G. W. Millbh A Co., Patent Asbestos
Fire Proof Boolem. For durability,
equaled by ni'ne. Used on wod, tin,
imn, f-lt and (.ravel rooU No. 66
Madison street.
Everybody wanting furniture, etc,
attend sale o'fine parlor, bed r pom ani
k tchen (nn i U', carpets aad bruse
ho'd gocds, at No. 120 Ma-k-t etrett
today at 11 o'clock. A. M. Stoddard,
auctioneer.
Many mo tiers are usable to nnrse
their cbi'dren. Ia etiRh cases tbe bust
tubttltut-i to be f iund Is Mellin's Foo4,
prepared a'ter Liebig's firmula, which
nas proved to correspond physiologic
ally with mothers' milk.
Thb "Exposition Universelle de P.rt
Culinaire" awarded ihe bigheat hon
or to Anoatura Bitters ai the most
fficc'oas stimulant to rici'e the ap
peiteaod to keep the digestive or
gans in good order. Aak for the gen
uine a'ticlrt, manufactured only by
Dr. J. G. B. Siegert & Bona, and be
ware of imitations.
ADDITIONAL B1YEKS.
Cincinnati, O., October 1. Night
Kiver 0 feet on toe gauge and tailing,
Weather clear and cold.
Cairo, Iu,Octolier 1. Night River
6 feet 2 inouee on tne gauge and tall
ing. Weather clear and told. No ar
rivals or depaitures of regular packets.
Louibviixb, Ky., October I, Night
River 4 feet 10 inches in the canal and
2 (ret 6 inches "n the falla and rising.
Busiaess dull. Weather clear and cold.
St. Lome, Mo, October 1. Night
River stationary, and tt.nds 7 4-10
I et on the gauge. Weathar clear aad
cold. Arrived: Belle Memphie.Vicks
burg. No depaitures of reguiar pack
ets. "Liable Ce'a Coaaa Beef Toale
is f-reu .erior to tha faahionab's and
i lus vd prerara ions cf b' f, wine and
ron," eats r,0'. r. w. uiinr. ai.u.,
Honoiary M-nib r Imptnal Med cd
Mncifty of St. P. tait-burg, Riisti, eti.
It w 1 iec ni'uict ih- in stshatteied
and nf ibl.d, r.'inv gorate he agd
and ii fl ni m d hnild up aiiklyrhiU
den. InvalnaMe in ftnnl irreguUr-
ty, rains aud eih un ion Queta est
ltsschldrxn and infati's.
fine YYatcn ropalrlag at MaKord'a.
OCTOBER 2, 1886.
JASlUi O. 'iJEJJL, President.
MEMPHIS' SADDLERY CO.
Hob. 3290 and 292
Saddles,
fiiADDF TiBY
t& SPECIAL PBICES k Ballroad
JAMES M. 600DBAR
GO ODBAR & OMP AH Y
BOOT
No. 319 MAIN
tWOur Fall aad Winter Btook of BOUT a
U bow complete, and wa invite the Merchant!
home here, and perhapi more than any houe
t Via. trail at. Wa till naiprv av lnrirs.
Dittman k Co.'i Ladie' Kid, Qo&vt and Call,
ny hnn'B. Hlv i cull
SCHOOL SHOES!
Buy Only the Best and
bave Money!
0
ZELLNER&CO.'S
CIIILDS'
SCIIOOL SHOES
THE BEST!
ARE
FOB ftl 75
We aflTer yan Boya flood, Strang,
Ncal Ballon Shoes, each aa ion
never bonabt brfure for lean tbaat
M So lo S3 SO, tbe alaea raunlox
front 11 4S,
FOB St 25
We Bell an Excellent Doable Tip-
ped Oboe for Children, 4 to 7,
worth rrgulnr 91 SO. For SI 29,
enme kind, alaea 7 11 to 10 1-8,
worth regular St 89.
SdrChildren'a and Missel School Shoal
i hoaper I ban uver, or Any wnere i.ieo.
Call and Conyinoa Yourselves.
FOB S OO
Ton aaa buy of na a pair of I.a
diea Kid Ballon Mboes that yon
cannot aaballtule elae where for
a 00.
FOB $3 25
Wa orTr yen Ladlea' Pebbled Goat
Bottom Shoes, fully worth Wi 79.
FOB 8J OO
Ton can bay pair of Hen's Gal
tern. Lace Bala or Button Shoes,
fall Block calfakln, aeamleaa
vamp, aolld sole leather and
eoaater, every pair warranted.
worth at leaat S3 79 to M SO
elaewbere.
FOB ftl 25
Taa can bay of as a pair or Men'a
iltehdowa Buekle or Tie Shoes
that, eoet you al.ewhere fl 79.
ZEXLNEB to CO.
Deviled Crabs, Shrimp,
Salmon. Freeh Caa Haekerel,
Sardlnee, lAbalera,
Brook Trout, Oyatera,
Haekerel la Tamata Catnap,
Sweet Stoned Pieklea,
Soar Pieklea by tha gal. and la Jan,
Pickled Onlona, Hot Bellah,
Wooater Sauce, Ton.ato Catanp,
Capera, Hnatard, Carry Powder,
Salad Dreaalng, Uvea, Olive Oil,
Crram Cbeeae, Celery Sauce,
Celery Salt, Etc , Etc.
J. F. BTJCKHAM & CO.
J. G. SCHMIDT &. SON
tm porters aad dealers Ib Onna, Ammn.
nil Ion and riNlilnirTarkle, Balldera
Hardware, tleetrle Bella and An
nnnelaf orator Hotels tnd Residanoes,a4o
Main alreet, InTemphlM, Tenn. Kleotrir
supplies always on l"i--:. Repairing Boatlj
done.
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
8I1EA ft McCABTnT,Proprs,
110, 142, 144 Front. Memphis.
TS1 0ITBI LAR9K8T BOILBB BHOPt
J in tha South, and tha only eomp let
Boiler aad Shrat-Iron Works In thaoity.
Manufacturera of heavy plate Iron
work or every description. Bpaola'
t.ttlAfi rtaa (a ..'.wtatlon worlr
Frank Scliamanii,
Importer and Dealer la
fiaas, Plahlng Tackle and S porta,
aea't Sappllea. aar Spaolal attaatlot
rlraa to MANUIACTURIN8 aad Ra
PAIRING, -va
413 Main Ntyffemphla. Tens)
Toung & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationer8,
2 IS Mala HUt Memphis, Tenn
A NEW SJCPPIVT Or
SCHOOL BOOKS
JITST BECF.IVED.
R. KUPFEKSCHMIDT.
IMPORTER AND DKALSR IB
Hails. Ammunition, Flnbinr Tackle
and hportniiienh' Mipplles.
WHOLKMALB AND RKTAIL.
B94 Main Street, siempbls, Team
Mannfaotn'lrj and H.patrirot Mans a
SnaolaltT. L.titriit Slock. Bestasaortment,
Urethral Stricture Cured!
Cl'RE r Fit A IS EXT.
RcmoT.I Coa.pl.t. Neither knife, oixustlo
nor auation. Bio pain, no numouK.
AHr's DIC. II. W. '1 V I IIILI ,
BUX 134. ATI.INTA, UA,
hafc:a..- - . V
SECOND STREET.
WHOLESALE
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
-OF-
Harness,
H AND
sm. levee Contractors for Wagon,
BBTABrjIHIIIlXJ I860.
WI, I.. CLiBK, aV. S. maaia.i...
WaOZiBSAZiB
SHOES
STREET... MEMPHIS,
AMD HHOF.S-ttae laraest in thil market, and
vim ns memnuie w oan ana eximtne me
on;h i ot the "'': uffloient evidenca
beiidei
a largo variety of other makes.
Our
S
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : : : t : : $100,000
Intereat Paid on rDejooaaits.
OPEN SATfJBDAXS USUI. 7 O'CLOCK P.M.
M. II. KATZENBERGEB, Prudent.0 T. EATZESBERGER. Cashier.
llOABD OF DIRECTORS. '
NAPOLEON HTLL. JOHN A. DENIE.
W. 11. CARROLL, J. W. bCBOtlR,
Z. N. ESTE8.
8. 8.
(SDCCEbSOBS TO ESTES, DOAH a CO.)
VLolesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Wos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street. Memphis. Tenn.
TotleUaoiUers
THE IMMENSE
REPUBLIC
Have attained, has Induced unprincipled manufasturers to plaaoon the market a bas
imitation. Wa herebr caution tha poblie that all Genuine Cigarroa will boar A Kl.U bettj
on each box, and onr Faotorr Number, aoo, 8l Oialrlet, M. Y.
Tha only all long Havana filler oiiar on tbe market for S cents.
OIOO. P. IjIBS eJ OO.r
Factory 200, 3d District, K. T.
100N & JOTNEB, Wholesale Agents,
"THE STANDARD OF THE WOULD."
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STILES, t25.00 AND HT WARD.
aarTISMS Oash, er aasy Monthly Installments. Writ lor Ulastratai Catalasaa.'VSl
O- KL- HOUCK. S3 OO..
SOLE AOENrS FOB THE SOUTHWEST, - Kv
ZOo. 800 XaXctlax St., 3VCezxa.i3li.laa, Tenn.
aT. IU Valoa Straat, WaaaTlllo. Mo. 1100 OllTa straat, Sa. aaUEi
B. WITZM AHMi o.
Wholesale Dealers aad Publishers,
IME-iULSio Mouse
Sola Agents for tha following First-Class Instruments;
STEIISTWA-Y and KHSTA-BES
PIANOS Kranich & Bach, Gab!er, and Wheelock.
ORGANS aClough & Warren, and Smith American.
a-A NEW 7-0CTAVK PIANO FOR 190.-a
Write for Cfnlognoi. IVoy. 321 and 22 Second street, Memphis.
(0UCI ESNORS TO S. I. I.EE), JOBBERS Of ,
Cigars and Tobacco
275 Main Ktreet. Opp. Court qnare, Memphis, Tenn.
WHOLESALE 6R0CERS.
JCST KECEITING AUD IH STOKE,
1,000 hairs TNew Crop (Season 1SS6), Rio Collee.
3,000 kegs Iron aud Nteel Nails hest brands. '
1,000 barrels Helloed Sugar all (rrades.
lOO barrtls New Crop (reason 1H86), It lee.
I,50O pkgs. lOeat and Iteflned Lard.
ISO Herccs a anvaHMed llama, .
lOO boxes Dreskfast Bacon. , r
1,000 bags Mhoi, Powder and Caps.
lOOO buxes Canned i.oods, Nardines, Oysters, Etc.
l.OOO bxs. pure New Cream Cheese Silver noon Itrand.
1,000 bugs hand-picked Virginia and Tennessee Peanuts.
Mannractnrers or the celebrated brands of SH
TER MOOS aud JHUMflll Pnre Stick Candy, and Raking
Powder.
Importers of Foreign Fruits, Lemons, Oranges,
Raisins, Nuts, Etc.
Nos. 284 and 2SG Main Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
IDIfflJM & 'CO,
Boots and Shoes
S6i 3vxja.i3xr st.
o
OUR rTOCK OF BOOTS AND BH0E8 0R FALL AND WINTER WBR 18 M0RB
oomile a than ever, oompri.ini not only tha best and finest bat also tail line of me
dinm, durable and itrliah goods, whioh wa offer at low figures. .
TO TIIK TRtllK wa nff.. .nanlal Inducement.. Carrilnr nnt nf our annda la
SOLID 6IZK.S, we are prepared to fill orders lor special sites at NO EJTKA COal, that
anabling tlerohants to fill in without being oompelled to buy goods not needed.
.IDHiESKL BRO. & CO.
lnls for tbe Olrbratal W. I., nonalaa S3 Mm'a fair Skara and S3
(toya' Mhora Iu all al)lr.
"ILLUSTRATED CATAL0GUK AND PRICE LIST VAILED FREE.-B
E.F.MEYEB, Hec'y and iTea.
MEMPHIS, TEN1T,
Collars.
ItSATHEK.
scraper snu uart
. . a n aV
Harness.
F. 6. JOMES.
TENNESSEE.
one or tne 'armat to do loona in any auin-
m. an. i "I" ...1 "7:" "t .
that our gooB and pricei i are .tia.aetory to
Kastern mvte goods cannot he surnnseefi by
A. COHEN, J. H. FISCO E.
A. roHBH, J. w. iiruuB,
1. F. TOBIN. A. 6. MEVKRS.
8PICKR.
W. B. doah;
POPULARITY OUR
I
OS

xml | txt