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M1MD TOE TABLE.
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MISSISSIPPI fAlLKI ROVTB.
.1 uil arter M if 1 . 1 M6, pain n nr train! on
' if AbT MAIL, bomb. North.
w,mBM, A 4:30 p.m :S0 a.m
riT Dl". :p.m 7:21 .m
LalJaXJIZ:. JL.C 103 p.m J:ll7 a.m
Vlekatmrg IrOO a.m 1: 3 .m
Ethel- F 6M .m Ji p.m
Itetoa Keurt.- .H-..- 6:14 .m 7:51 p.m
Kw OruSSmn...... 9:00 a.m S:00 p.m
A-Wlth I1 line! enterina Memphii.
C-wui. m N w. R. K. for Helena.
C for Greenville and Hantlniton, and all
nnn.i. v a .if V.. S. A P. Rallroadi.
B With N.. J. AC. R. R. for Hetohes and
I For Point on the Branch.
a Wi.k .ta.ma-. tfnr Bifoii Sara.
H With rallroadi diverting tor Florida,
Tawa. anil liAUtitAln U
J AH. M
kdw a 111)0! v . r. ana u. so..
Mississippi ana Twiwiii,-Tralni
more ai lollnwit New Orleani mall arrival
daily it 8:25 a.m.: leavei daily at h :uu p.m
, BewpartNewsand Mlsalsstppl Val
ley Tralni move al tnllowat Kant 'Ine
!! at 10:00 a.m. I Bt. Lonil fait lin
leave! at 5 :30 p.m. : Fait line arrive! at 1 :30
p.m.: ot. Louli fait line arrival at v:uo a.m.
I-onlavllle and Nashville Tratnl
move aa foil own Fatt mail arrive! dally at
6:15 a.m. I leavei at 10:10 p.m. I mall leavei
daily at 10:10 a.m.) arrive! at 4:00 p.m.
RrAwnivllle aoeommoiiatiom leave! daily
sxoept Sunday, at 6:00 p.m. t arrival daily,
zeaptDnnaaf, ais:ou a.m. tiunaaraumei
(.air keete-IKranw dir. NprlneT
old and Memnhls) Tralni leave M.and
T. depot ai foliowi: No. 4, Kaniai City e
creie, leavei at 10:46 a.m. I No. 8, Kama!
City expreu, arrival at SiHO p.m. No. 2,
Can IM Ulty mall, leavei ao:iiti p.m.i 00.11,
iuiu f!it ma II. arr vai at a:4o a.m. Cto.
. Ht. lionli and unieano expre-i. leavei ai
t:00 p.m. 1 Ne. 1, Ht. Louie and Chioairoea-
tireai. arrival at 8:45 a.m. la ofloet bunday,
April 18. 1686.
Henpkli and Charleston Tralni
move ai follown Thrnuah expreu leavei
daily at 10:40 p.m. Mall and expreai leavei
daily at 10:00 a m. Bomervllle accommoda
tion leave! dally, except Sunday, at 6 :!0
p.m. Through eapreii arrive! daily at 5 :2J
a.m. Mail and expreu arrive! daily at 1C:00
cm. Bomervllle soooinrnouaiion arrive!
dally, exoent Sunday, at 8 :30 a.m.
Memphis, Rlrmlnarham nit Atlan
tisHolly Spring! Route Tralni move ai
fnllnwi 1 No. 1 leave! Memphii dally at 8:46
t m.i arrlvei at Uolly Boring! at 5:58 p.m
I I..... I 1 1 w Anrlnira dil l at 9:
a.m.. arrlvei at Memphii at I0:10a.in.t No.
ft M.Mnhii Anile at 7:16 D.m.. art
at Holly Spring! at 11:45 p.m. I No. 8 leavei
Holly Spring! daily at 1:16 a.m., arrival at
Jlemphll at ft' n.m.
For Tennrure and Kentucky: Fair
wathfr; nortlieatlerly vtindt, hemming
" Far Arkantat: Fair wtatlier; uiindi
thifting to toulherly.
For Alabama and ilutiuippi: Fair
weather; northeanterly windt; diyhtly
MmrHii, Trail.. Octobr2. 1H8B.
Time. Bar. Tuer. Wind.
7:00 a.m. 30 3M 43 0 N K.
8:00 p.m. 110.300 63 Q N.W.
10:00 p.m 3H.308 64 0 N.
Maximum ttmpernture, 04.0.
Oione, 11 a.m., 1.
la the Cotton Region.
SiOHAL Sirvicb, U. 8. Army, 1
Octobet 2, 1880-0 p.m. J
Division of telegrams and reports for
the baaeSt of commerce and agricnl
tare. Cotton region bulletin for the
twenty-fonr boats ending October 1st,
at 0 o'clock, pin,:
"8 aF. S g
um,ZDl ' Hi' Si I g
MIOT. 3 ? I jj "? g
Memph'a. 04 43 .00
Nashville 62 40 .09
Grand Junction... 64 38 .00
Corinlh 66 40 .00
Tnscumbia 04 87 .00
Deoatnr 64 40 .00
Bcottaboro 71 40 .00
Hernando 01 35 .00
Bateaville 63 43 X0
Grenada.. tii 30 .00
Covington 64 37 .00
Dyeraburg 65 38 .00
Arlington 04 34 .00
Brownsville 03 37 .00
Milan - 64 84 .00
Paris 60 4 .00
Bolivar 60 40 .00
Holly Biprtpgi 63 38 .00
Tustnmb a 68 40 .00
U Pums 1 1223 742 .00
Means 64 3D .00
DISTRICTS. lB BB g-
b i "
Wilmington 65 4(1 .00
Charles-ou 70 f8 .00
Augusta 72 53 ,00
Bavaunah 70 60 .02
Atlanta 72 47 .00
Montgomery 76 48 .00
Mobile 70 43 .00
NewOrlean- 71 47 .00
Galveston...., 77 r2 ,00.
Vlcksbnrg (18 43 .
Little Rock 69 41 .00
Memphis 64 39 .00
Bums 860 580 .02
Means 72 48 .
The Medical College opens tomor
The Canfield Orphan Asylum
School for colored children will open
. Several members of the 'Cycle
jiud took a run oi twelve miles yes-
leioay evei ing.
The Toboggan will drair a big
crowd th's afternoon and evening if
tne weatner is noe.
Manslord rel s badges for the ben
fit of Calvary Cmirca Guild. Wbite
roses for Bob, rdd r, eos for Alt.
The De roit "Chaff," enrstened
Llzs'e Ea s "The little Electrio Bat
tery," on axouot of her dath aud
Fire broke out about 3 o'clock
yesterday eve ing in the batement of
witxman's musio Btore. No serious
A gme of baseball will be played
today at Cycle park between the
Eclipse colored club and a white club
captained by Bob u aax.
The Michael Strogofl Combination
closed its engeg mentfttbe Memphis
Theater las: ngh'. Tne attendance
' at tbe mat nee was small.
Floiid avenue promises to be one
of the handw mett in Foit Pickering.
The lt(st re i 'it nee, and a very hand
some one, was built for Mrj, busan C.
Maafort?a 1ms Michael Strogoff, by
Voles Y'rne, Magazine of American
Jlittory for O : O 'ft a id a full line i.f
the new w. rki on hand. Open until
1 o'clock todry."
Marriage licnses were isutd to
thtt following pcTeons yeterJay : B.
B.Todd and Mr-. Alice Br Hey, Wm.
Bates and Miss Lucv Bell, frank Mar
tin and Bailie Robinson.
TbeOounty Court meet tomor
row, and among other thing? it will
nave to do will be tbe enaction oi a
successor t9 Coroner Coleman, who
will not serve again. Those -poien
ot as his suoreMor are Justices Butten-
burg and Powell.
The connty Rang ytslerday fin-
iihed removing the diit from the old
ris'ern at ttie Canrl house, and ltw
it is washed ont it will bn osed as a
reservoir to f unply the Courthouse
and County Jail with water froin tbe
newly bored well.
-Inpnector Lane, of the Society for
tbe Prevention of Cruelty to Animals,
reports for the month ot Beptemner,
lBKtt: Paw disabled mules and Horses
releaml, 84; children protected,
pertons srreetf d, 35; found guilty, 30 j
ducoargeo, 4; apreaiea cises, 1.
A Teachers' Recital was given flt
thell'iibee ririoul las! rriday nigtit.
A refined and cultivated audience
assembled to hear a well arranged
(election of musical and elocutionary
-renditions as per a moat artistic pro
gramme. Alter tbe entertainment a
neneral recent on was neiu ana an
toe teachers were introduced to tbe
gneils. The affair was uaique ia idea
and most enjoyable.
Robinson's Dime Mufeum opens
October 18th with the celebrated dog'
faced man Jo-Jo. Tte cut tbe Appeal
publishes today le, however, not that
ol tne attraction, dui 01 too nnuusuiua
proprietor himsel', who has made
radical chanc-H in tbe building, arid
will make the Museum one of the ben
in the country. He hss ample capital
ml larnre exnerienre. He has been in
the businrss nt New Orleans for a
number of years, and made a big suc
cess of It there.
t. w. x,
The already large and constantly
increasing demand lor thorough and
aaoitary plumbing has necessitated
the rarrvinir of large stocks ol
supplies in the latest and most np
nroved styles of bath tubs, wa-ti
tanda. water clostts. traps, cotk
valves, etc. as well ai the employ
mont of a large force of the mrst
skilled and reliable woikmen, in order
to execute promptly the ordora lor tins
woik, and "Browne, the Plumber," it
prepared to fully supply tiie wants ol
tne city ana surrounuing country, n
is not neoetsary, or even profitable, to
go elsewhere lor plumbing won, oi
for the lines in which Browne is en
gged that is the furnishing of gnb
and steam pipes, csck-, valves, inspl
rntnra. ateam numDB. fliting and en
gine trimmings for the country and
cily trade which is carried in large
Quantities and all sires, from six inch
pipe and fitting down to the
smallest sizes, and in order to
fill tbe orders of the jobbing trade
as well as mills and factories promptly
and in the best manner, Mr. lirowne
hta recently added steam power in
bis establishment ( with capicity fur
cutting and threading pipes from the
smalltst tir-e np to aud including
elcht inches in diameter, which is
e oual to the capacity of any house in
the West or South.
In the sas fixture line the largest
stock and most varied selection of
newest dos'gns are to be found here,
and at prices as low as in tbe Extern
marke's. It mav be proper to say
here that this house is now the oldest
and mort successful in this lino in the
city of Munphls, and it will prove to
tbe interest of all to place their ordora
with J. W. X. Browne, 254 Second
Mrs. J. II. Slater, teaoher of Ger.
man, Gayoso Hotel.
Mrs. Viani, dre?s miking, removed
to No. 50 Avery street.
P. M. 8tahly, funeral director and
erabaliner, 55 Madison street.
llinmsfiMK silk dresses made at reas
onable prices by Mrs. M.A. Abdlll,
No. 511 Min "feet.
Miss Mary Ktkdhan wil reopen
her school at 07 Bull Run street, on
Monday, October 4tb.
l)it. Nkijjon has removed his dentd
clliu-e to his residence. No. 62 Madison,
opposite Clarendon llo:el.
Nkar rioiit. far siicht, old sight,
weak eight and bad sight successfully
t 'eated by Prof, Moboj, 248 fc'ccand
PitOK. Moans. 218 Second street, fur
nisbt'8 the best of glasses, prepared far
any kind of tight, at extremely low
Ciibw ''Prummond s Natural Leaf
Tobacco. Se that two tin tags are en
the ping. Pon t take any imita'ion.
Mild and cleg mt.
At 8. A. Goothaw's. No. 208 Ma'n
street, there will be an auction sle of
expired unredeemed pledges Monday
evening, October 4ib, at 7 o clock,
Miss Cabrik M. Kbatinq, pianist,
may be found at the store of h Wlta
mann tc Co.. 221 and 223 Second
street, from 3 :30 to 5 p.m. every day,
G. W. Mii.i kr A Co., Patent Asbestos
Fire Proof Roofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and travel roofs. No. 55
Mies Upton Is now at 402 Shelby
street. eouthetBt corner of McCall. op
posite the Gayoso Hotel, prepared to
mans arewea in me ibubi tiyieB. uuuu
work and reasonable prices.
For elegant furniture go to the
Armstrong Forniiura Company, 272
Second street. Tnev have special
barftalns for next week. Special
figures to those buying outfits.
A sckcial and important meeting of
the Women's Exchange is called for
tomorrow (Monday), October 4th, at
10 o'clrrk a.m., at rooma No. 297 Sec
ond street. Nut only every manager
and member, of the Exchange, but
eveiy other lady interested for busi
ness women, n cord ally invited to at
tend, as a new departure is contem-
Tea Rolfe Grammar S. hool opened
lat week. Ihere ia still room lor a
lew moie in the limited number of
pupils. Prof. Landabtrg has been
added to lad year's corps of teacbe'B
as instructor in German, and the
rchnnl now offers the very beet oppor
tunities lor learning both modern and
ancient languages. There is no extra
charge for instruction in the modern
Chen the Celebrated Horse Shoe
Tobacco. Pest and cheapest. All
dealers sell It.
SolidNtlverwnre at Mnll'ortra
For TaylorV rewpt'fn. at Hopkins's.
No. 9 Kentucky
Coal, Mi Henry minus. Lump
Nut Losl wbolmsi nnil retail
DENNY 0'NliIL, Asent.
Will Be Held Today nt (he Varlone
t'bnrebea ( the Bean Samed.
Ittthrl. Goipel long and praUe tervioe at
Spiritual Hall.Z'A Second itreet. Meet-
AVirm Bantitt tAufA. Carolina itreet. The
Kev. L. n. nuiiami, pallor.
Siiffarntu Street Methodiit Ckurc,thllta.
nrvn'Bi at 11 a.m. by L. II. Ettei.
St. Marv'i Cathedral. PodIix itreet. Ber
viceiu 7, 9:30and 11a.m. and 5 p.m,
nwii Mixtion. Fort Pickerlnr.
Oeoraia Street MrlkodiH.lht Rev. D. D.
Moore, paitur. Preacbinx at 11 a.m. and
Ntrnnoen' Church. Union itreet. The Rev.
N. M. Long, paitor. bervioei at U a.m
and S P.m.
Imnanurl Church. No. 254 Third itreet, be
tween Jetlerion ana uouri. Dervioe ' n
a.m. and S p.m.
Central MelhodUt Church. Union I treat.
Rarvieei at 11 am. aud 7: '10 p.m. H. 11.
Mahon. U.D.. inalor.
Christian Church. Corner of Linden and
Mulberry atreeta. J. H. uriney, paiioi.
Hervioel at 10 :45 a.m. and 7 :30 p. m.
Evangelical Lutheran Trinity CAurcA ;-
inn). w asninxion iireei, oevweeu iu
and Fourih. bervioe at 10:30 a.m,
V.um Afrn'm Chrinttan AmmCtatton W 111
hniil a Gomel meotinr at their room!, M
Main itreet (Lee block), at 4 p.m.
i' J r..;..,f.r.,r.M i.htirrh.Cnrnnr main
and Boule itreeU. 8-rvici, at 11 a.m. ana a
D.m. by theltov w. tt. iwni. paiiur.
-..r ttnitiMt.RmnenA atreflt.near Hedie.
Preachinr at 11 a.m. and 7:. p.m. by
Rev. A.W. Lunar, paitor. All leeti jree,
.-.. p..t..li.',a Hnpn.r if Third and
Pnular itreeta. Preaching at. H a.m. anu B
p.m. by tbe Kev. Eugene Daniol, DD., pal
lor. n. . l P,li,i(Mnii court itreet.
G...,.nl.l ..rvin.1 at 11 a.m. Uiual
iiorviee at 7 :'M p.m. Iter. II. A. Jonei, pai-
litrnando Street Methoditt Church. Corner
I.lnrian and liernanao. l-reacnnix v
a.m. and 7 :M p.m. dj luonev. j. jn. diuui
St. Peter' Roman Catholic Church. limy
man at 7 a ni. ; leeonu masi ai v a.m. . nixu
luanit ami aerrnon at 10:30 a.m.: voaperi at
tint Ilavtitl. Service! at 11 a.m. and
TitiOn.m.in New Chapel. Special aervntea
fll IllKllt. .IWW. .... -
ft.. All p,.a All UM InVltJIll.
Kev. H. A. Venable, paitor.
Chelnea Cumberland Prabvlcrian Church.
rvirnar ni Kounn ana liooney ircoi..
vic-iatll a.m anil 7:30 p.m. by the Rev,
K. P. but til. ol lloiivar, lenn.
Alabama Street Pntbvterian Church. Cor-
m. ai Aiuhnma. traei and Jonei avenue.
Knrvicaa at 11 a.m. anil 7:39 p m. by the
Kov. Jainei L. Murlin, v. v., ranior.
Averv Chapel, A- M. i. CAurcA. Deioto
itreet, near Iieale. The Kev. Ueorge uaru a,
nai or. will prea:b at 10:30 a.m. (ioneral
ela.il meeting nt 3 p.m. Preaching at p.m,
ffrnf! (,'AurcA. Corner Vance and Lauder
dale itreeta. The liev. ueo. raiienon, u.
11 ann- Mnrnln.mrvifl. and aorulOn
at it a.m. i evening prayer and lerviceatS
' iuiuia TAurnA. Corner of Beeond and
Adaim itreeta. Karly oommunion at 7 a m.
WaU,,l,i. .arvina at 11 a.m. and 7 :30 n m.Rov.
(loo. Pntteraon will celebrate and alio take
charge ot (I p.m. aervioe.
Lauderdale Street Preebytertom Church.
Corner Lauderdale and lleale itreeta.
Preaohing at 11 a.m. and 8 p m. Lord a
Raoner admlniatered at morning aervioe.
Rev. 8. C. Caldwell, paitor.
Krit Methoditt. Comer of Seoond and Pop.
lar itreeU Tbe Rev. 8. A. bt'.ele, U.D.,
paitor, will preach atll a.m. and7: lp,m
Jivcning lubjeoi i "The Excuiei of the Un-
laved liypocritoi in tbe Uburoh,
D. II. Pobtoh ia at home again from
a visit t3 Gjgebec. '
Miss Kate Tbadsr, of No. 331 Union
ttreet, has returned norne.
O. L. Pullem and wife retained yet.
tarday fiom a trip to Chicago and the
lake?. " "
VY. Q. HoLLKunKEa has returned to
thla citv after auite a atay in New
P. Kaleahbb haa n turned from
WankfiHha. much improved by liis
M and Mrs. N. Foktaine and
family left ht a northern trip last
Mhb. Anna R. Francis, after an al
sence of five months in Jburope, re
turned home yesterday.
Little Henry and MagRte Gotham
have returmd from a pleasant visit to
relative at Knoiville, lenn.
Mrs. O'Toolb. dressmaksr, is fully
Srepared ti extcuta promptly all or
uia in the latest style. No. 149 Her
Judob Upton M. Young, fnrmerly of
Vinkaburir. at preaeot of St. Louis, was
in the city yesterday, en touts to the
fomier city to visit old irienua.
Dr Martin h returned from South
O.rtlina. He will occupy his pulpit
this mnrninii in the Alabama oireet
Chnrdi at 11 :II0 a.m. and 7 :;10 p.m.
Maj. Sykks. known all ovirTenDes-
brh aa one of ths nio-t pnblic-apiritfd
cit'nans r f the Slate, ia iu the city, and
mav perhaps make his home here
J. D. O.ikh, of New Orlcanf, is the
latest acquisition to Memphis bu9i-
nn h circlpp. lie haa a lame acnuamt-
nncB here here, and will ba warmly
Clarknce Nklson and Mios Alice
He -del will bn married Tuesday even-
ine. October 5:h, nt 8 o clock, nt tne
Cumber anil Presbyterian Church,
Pi-OK. Saxiiy will ooen his dancing
aradnny WedneKlay, Oi tobsr 6th, at
InnieUil Hall, corner ol JellcruDU and
Second stretts, at s o click p.m. Uhil-
dren's c'ais Wednesdays and Satur
days, 3 o'clock p.m. ; ladies and gen
tlemen's at b p.m. same days.
Cai-t. Thomas F. Tobin, collector of
the port of Memphis, took prn-esslon
of bis ofllcs on the 1st instant, and
received tbe corgratu at'ons of his
numerous friends. Capt. Tobln is one
of our best cit tens best in the best
acnte. His character is of the bight st.
11. y and man he has always been the
SJiue and pursued the same honorable
career, in tne army ne was, wnlle in
command ol men, tbe very best ex
ample of obedience and readiness for
orders. In private life h has always
been even tempered, and,thprefore, tbe
solid dependence of his friends and
the Ufa ot many entertainments that
have a high place in the memory of
many of onr bBt entertainers. Capt.
Tobin is withal an excellsnt bimiufss
man, of which hs bat given uoquas
ilonei p'oof by the careful, prudent
and prontabio management ol im
portant trus's. us 18 tuat the man
for the place, 'the government has
nowhere a mors eth tient or trust
worthy c Ulcer. Tbe writer hasknown
him during all his jenrs of residence
in Memphis, and he indorses Capt.
Tobin for all that ii said here and
Fine YTateh repairing at nalfnrd's.
Hafcerlln Rabbrr Ntampe, BIO Bd at.
Chevr the Celebrated Horse Shoe
Tobacco. Best and cheapest All
dealers Bell it.
Mnlrord, Jeweler, 21)4 Main, o
llclts ordera frnm ibw conutry.
Haberllns; Steneils, SIO Sfcond St.
I)lnK and IoiiiiIiik.
Ladies and eanta' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any co'or, also kid gloves,
oat ruli fe athers and lace curtains by
Lin e Ktiiel, 68 J.eUennn street, Mem
phis, Tenn. U:iod received by express.
MonogrHiu Hanglww Mulford
Uaberllnx Slcnrlls, SIO Second at.
GET lil ON EY!
A Dollar Is a Dollar,. Yhellier
Saved or Earned.
How to Have Cash!
Letting In a Little Light on
the Subject of Lucre.
A dollar saved is dollar earned.
It is not what a man cams that makes
him wealthy. It is what he saves.
It is easier to spend money than it is
to cam it. Therefore, when you
spend it see that you get full value
Oln thine is a necessity of life. We
have to dress. The laws oi emu
lation demand it. Clothing costs
monoy, and tho MISFIT CLOTH
ING PARLORS, No. 202 Second
Street, will give you more for your
money than you can obtain elsewhere.
Why Misfits Are the
Because you are sure of getting
Because tailor garments are al
ways well made.
Because you get the best of
clothing for leas than half its
Because, although they are called
"Misfits," you get better fits
than you can find among roady
Because you really gain what the
Because you get clothing that
was made to bring double what
you pay for it.
7. Because you are always certain
of getting full valuo for your
8. Because Misfits are really the
Our Now Goods.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors
are now displaying hundreds of Fino
We have the finest assortment of
L'ants in Memphis.
We show a nice line of beautiful
arBar atronar point la that we
are Clothing very low. and are
therefore able to sell It very low.
We five you tbe Beat llolblnK
for the Least Monoy. ,
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
N. B. Remember, all alteration! to ln-
lure a perfect fit dona free of chsrae.
tar Open Evening until 9 1 Satnr
nrrlayi. nnlll 11.
The Hon. Hack Taylor, the nominee
ol the Ki-publican parly lor UODnrea?.
and Mr. James Phelan, nominee oi
the Democratic party for Congresp,
wilt addrers the citizens of the Tenth
Concrisatonal Diatritt. in joint dis
cussion, at the time and places stated
l.ucy, Wednesday, un. o, i p.m.
Kandolnh.Thurpday. Osl. 7, 1 p.m.
Atcka. Fr dav. Oct. . 1 p. m.
Onvinaton, Saturday, Oct. 9, 1 p.m.
Tabernacle, Mi ndav, Oct. 11, 1 p.m.
Baitlett. Tuesday. Oct. 12. 1 p.m.
Brunswick, Wednesday, Oct. 13,
Oormantown, Thursday, Oct. 14, 1
Ooilierviilo, rriaay, uar. in, j. p.m.
S.imrvllle, Saturday, O.it. 16, 1 p.m.
LaGrarue, Moaday, Oc'. 18, 1 p.m.
Willis'on, Tuesday, Oct. 19, 10 a m.
Moscow. Tuenlav. Oct. 19. 4 pm.
Pocahontas, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 10
Middloton. Wednesday, Oct. 20, 4
Banlsburv. Thursday. Oct 21. 10 a.m.
Grand Junction, Thursday, Oct. 21,
Toots, iridav, uct. za, iu a.m.
Bnlivar. Siturday. Oct 23, 1 p m.
Wlr.tevillo. Monday, Oct. 25, 1 P.m.
Whitehaven. Wednesday, Ojt. 27, 1
Uanlevilie. Tnursuay, uci. ., i p.m,
Memphis. Friday, Oct. .9, 7:30 p.m.,
at K i position Juuiiding.
Mason, Saturday, o t. JU, l p.m.
Chn. Republloan C'nn. Committee,
E. 1'. ADAMS.
Chn. Democratic Conj. Cc mm it tee.
Baths! Baths! llaths!
Clear water, freih a'r, warm rooms:
batbs of a'l descriptions at No. 222
Second street, neat Adams.
All stvles and prices to order.
Memphis Steam Shirt Factory, 224
Order " M n I lord Made Medals.
riTTPBOBa, Pa., October 2.-Night
River 6 fwt 1 inch on tbe gauge
fallinar. Weather clear and cool.
WnKLiNG,W.VA.,October 2. Night
River 5 feet 0 inches on tbe gauge aud
Ullmg. Weather clear and cool,
Oaibo, Ii,L.,October 2. Night River
6 feet 3 incnes on the eauge and ris
ing;. Weather clear and cool. Ar
rived : Arkansas City, St. Louis, 7 p.m.
St. Locis, Mo., October 2. Night
River f ihen 210 feet, and stands 7 2-10
f et on the Range. Weather slightly
warmer, but still cool. No arrivals.
Departed : City of Baton Ronge, New
Orleana; Ilolle Memphip,Vickbarg.
THK ntockholdcri of the Home Inturance
and lr jt i nmpany are hi-rtby niitiueU
inai ine anruill eit'Ciion i"r luninmi
tun w i 1 be held at theoflVeof tie Comany,
'n ' l'r,,i ,t,.l ni W K I ) N hSD . OC-
lOHKIl 6. 1KS6, between tho hour, of 11 a.m.
and 2 p.m. K. L. MoWOw AiN, rroiuieni.
ili'N t . l'aioa, beoreury.
OCTOBER 3, 1886.
JAMES C. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Not. 3290 and 292
!& SPECI1L PRICES to Railroad
JAMES SI. SOODBAB,
BOOTS & JSSOESS
No. 319 MAIN STBEET MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
aurOar Fall and Winter Stock of BOOT A
V . ..." , .
ti now oompiete, ana we inrue ine jneronann vian ue msmi'uu w u, nuu exttiuuio ." .u.. .a. .... .
house here, and perhapi more than any house ou'h ot the Ohio river, ia luSnient evidence that our aoo;;i end price! are aatia actory to
the trade. We .till carry a large line of CUnTOH-MADE GOOBS, inoluJina the oe'ebrated Ueo. Hooker Call Boot, Kriurendort,
IJittman A UO. I iiadlei' Hid. Uoat ana van,
any hone. Cllve ui a call.
Buy Only the Best and
Save money I
CUlIiDB' SCHOOL SHOES ARE
THE BEST t
Wo olTer you Boy e' Bood, Strong,
Neat Button Sboea, aucb aa you
never bought before for leaa than
93 HA to SO, tb alaea running
from 11 to a.
FOB $1 25
We sell an Excellent Double Tip
ped shoe for Children, '4 to 7,
worlb regular 81 OO, For 81 S3,
urni bind, sices 7 1-3 to 10 1-8,
worth regular 91 SB.
SWChildren'a and Misses' School Phoea
cheaper Than Eer, or Anywnere mse.
Call and Convince Youreelvca.
FOIt $3 00
Ton can buy of us a pair of La
dles' Kid Button Shoes that you
cannot substitute elsewhere for
FOR $3 35
We offer yon Ladles' Pebbled Goat
Button Shoes, fully worth 93 70,
FOR $'J OO
Ton can buy a pair of Men's Gal
ten, Lace Bala or Button Shoes,
full slock calfskin, seamless
vamp, solid sole leather and
counter, every pair warranted,
worth at least 93 75 to 94 OO
FOR Al 25
You can buy of us a pair of Hen's
Btitcbdowa Buckle or Tie Shoes
tbat cost you eltewbere 91 7a.
ZEIXNER Sc CO.
Deviled Crabs, Shrimp, '
Salmon, Fresh Can Mackerel,
Brook Trout, Oysters,
Mackerel In Tomato Catsup,
Sweet SlotTed Pickles,
Sour Pickles by thecal, and In Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Relish,
Wooster Sauce, Tomato Catsup,
Capers, Mustard, Carry Powder,
Salad Dressing, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheese, Celery Sauce,
Celery Salt, Ktc, Ele.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Importer! and doaleri In uos. Ammu
nition nd rishlntjTaBhlo, Bnlldcrs'
Hardware, Mex-lrle Hells asd An
nunclalors for Hotel! and Ke!ideDce!,S40
Main street, aHmptita, Tnn. Kleotrlc
aupptiei alwaya on h'ji!. lopairin; neatly
8HEA k MCCARTHY, Propr'H,
140, 142, 144 Front, Mempnis.
OBI 01 THI LARGEST BOILBR SHOPS
in the South, and the only oompleU
Boiler and Bheet-Iron Worka In th;oy.
Manufacturers ot iJoavy plate Iron
work of every denerlptlon. Bpeolai
attentlne re .a ""'wii worn
Imoorter and Dealer la
Huns. Fishing Tackle asq bf'-
men's Supplies, wa- Bpeolai atvenuu.
dven to MANUFACTURIHd and M
41 a Matin Ht.MtmDlilu T"B
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationer?,
2 IS Mala St., Memphis, Tenn
a new avrPLT or
mTAAT 1)AA 1Z fi
I O J II- J J H DUVw
IMPORTER AND DEALER IB
Guns. Ammunition, Fishing Tackle
and riportsrneiie' rinppncs.
WHOLKSALB AND RETAIL.
Hi M.I. ainwl. Mamnhll. TeUBl
Manufaotnrttif and Repal'lraot
RnanlaltT. Larirpst St,ck. Bet-ortment.
Urethral Stricture Cured!
Rcmoal Complota. Neiiher knife, cauitlo
nor dilation. Ho pain. Mo buinoua.
Adr's DU. B. UVIVIIULI.,
BOX 15. ATLS-KTA, A.
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
ant Levee Contractors for
WM. L. CLARK. E. J. CARRINGTOX .
BIO SHOES the largest In thii market, and
... .1 u. . - . .. 1 , J . 1.
oeiiaei a largo variety oi omer maaee. uuriuiiiiiu "r'a "tA ." SrJl,"'
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID TP CAPITAL, ::::::: $100,000
Interest Fald oil Z3opoajilts.
OPEN SATCBOJiYS UNIIL 7 O'CLOCK P.M.
M. II. KATZENBEROEK, rreaeut.0- T. KATZESBERGEIt. Cashier.
HOARD OF DIRECTORS.
W. 11. CARROLL.
JOHN A. DENIE,
J. W. bCUOKR,
Z. N. ESTE3.
(SCCCESOBS TO ESTES, DOAN CO.)
Yl olesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
To t he Trade aud mnkers
Hun attained, haa Induced
Imitation. We hereby caution the public that
on each box. and our Factory Number, 200, rt msirir,, n .
The only all long Havana filler oiaar on the market for o oenta.
QBO. I. IiIBS a CO.,
Factory 200, 3d District, J. Y.
MOON & JOINER, Wholesale Agents,
frU k MM OEM
"THE STAND AH D
PAT?T,nn AND CHAPEL BTXLKS. 5.UU AJMU urnAtil
M-T1RHB Caih, or euy Monthly Initallmenti.
SOLE AG ENDS FOB
No. 889 IMEaIxx St.,
jCl Union Street, Naabvllle. I
E. WITZM A1M Co.
Wholesale Dealers and Publishers,
Sole Agent! for the following First-ClaB! Instruments;
PIANOS Kranich &
OKO AN Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
e-A NEW 7-OCTAVE PIANO ?0R l0.-s
Write for Catalogue. Xo. 831 and 233 Second Street, Memphis.
IT H r &wIS
(hi ClKSSORfS TO S.
Cigars and Tobacco
275 Main Mreet. Opp. Conrt Square. Memphis Ten.
' JCST RECEIVING AND IM STORE,
1,000 bajts Xcw Crop (Season 188ft), Kio Coilee.
3,000 keifs Iron and Kteel Nails-best brands.
1,000 barrels 1 tell tied fSuKiir-all itrades.
lOO barrt-ls New Crop (oeasoii 18S0), Klee.
1,500 pkRH. Leat and Kenned Lard.
150 lierees t'anvassed llams.
inn boxen Itrewkfast llacon.
1,000 bags Nhot, Powder
la OOO buses Canned t.oods, Nardines, Oysters, Etc.
l.OOO bxs. pure New Cream Cliecse-Miver Moon II
1 OOO bags iiaiid-pieked Virginia and Tennewsce IN
Mnnnractnrers of the celebrated brands of SI1.
VEIl MOON and nollf HI IMire Stick Candy, and Making
Fowder. IUpwrter8 of Foregn Fruits, Lemons, Oranges,
Raisins, Nnt, Ktc.
Nos. 284 and 286 Main Street, : flfcmphls, Tenn.
Boots and Slioes
sex MAIN" ST.
rvWR rTOCK OF BOOTS AND SH0E8 FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR IS M0
diunit Ouraio iuu iLyuaa guutwi witu
TM IKtl.lt w. offer -pecial
we are nrnnared to till order!
enabling Morohanti to fill
. " r ... ... .,. .
la WltUOUl DIME If
n without being
Agent, lor the telcbrtted W. L. "".-' CB,f M
" Hoys' Shoes In all si ls.
M-ILLUSTRATED CATAL0OUB AND PRICE LIST MAILED FREE.-s
MEYEK, riec'j and reaa.
Scraper and Cart iiarness.
F. a. JONES.
one of the larg-it to be found In any market
- Taa fan, that Wa .,lll It, HT. Ill U fl IT,, nthfl,
IJlliillUiK A ( tl- PAV.
A. rOHKN, J. H. BIS00E,
T. F. TOBIN. A. 8. MKYKKS.
W. B. DOAN.
unprincipled manufacturers to place on the market a baas
i the public that all Genuine Cinarroa will bear A 1ILW best
all uenuine um
OF THE WORLD."
nn -k aa aa tk V V a ear a TlCSfe
Write lor IllnitraUd Catatsfos.-Ml
No. IIOO Olive Street, St. l,onl
Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
I.. I.EH.), JOBBE11S Of
Inducement., uarr, oTxTR,AUCoS "thu.
lor iiiio.ii ..... - --
11..4 n hiiv anoiia noL uceueu.