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RAHMD THE TABLE.
LoilRTllle.Krw Orleans art Tm R'j
K MISSISSIPPI fALLII BOUT. .
1 and alter Mar 1. 186, paiienrer trsini on
thu roa
ma win ran a. iuiiuw.
YAtiT ..MAIL,
boulh.
.North.
Meaphli A.
Lb1. ...B.
Leland - .C..
VioMbarr..-.....D.
Berriion
itbel. F.
Baton Reure,...G....
New Orlni--.H..
4:3(1 p.m
6:S p.m
10:03 p.m
1:00 a.m
1:44 a.m
5:25 a.m
6:14 a.m
8:00 a.m
9:S0 a.m
7:21 a.m
4:07 a.m
1:13 a.m
11:16 p.m
8:. p.m
7:51 p.m
5:00 p.m
CONHKCTIONS.
AWIth all llna entarini Memr-hli.
5 wi.v. u a N W . H R. (or Helena.
0 for Greenville and Huntington, and all
Arkaniai point!.
T with V. M. ana v., a. r. Miiruaua,
S-With N.. J. ACR.lt. tor flatehsi and
Jaokion. ,
I For Pointi on the Braneh.
D With railroad! diverging tor Florida,
T.v.a inrl Cnajltlliointa.
JAS.
M. kuw ahuo, v. jr.anaw.
M.
A. J
KNAPP. . P. A.
Mississippi and Tennessee. Tratm
move ai lollowii Hew Orleans mall arrive!
daily It :e.m.j leavei uauj ai o;uu p.m,
ewMrtH)waauia Isslstlppl vat
ley. Traini mora ss
r. Train! mora u toiiowi: t
tollowit Fait Ha
leavei at 10:00 a.m.t Ht. Louli fait line
leavei at o:au p.m. r .u line arrive! at i:ou
n.m. i St. Louli feat line arrival at 8:05 a.m
Louisville and Nashwllle Traini
moT at follow!! Fait mail arriTei daily at
5:15 a.m.: leaTei at 10:11) p.m.: mall leavei
daily at 10:10 a.m.t arrive! at 4:00 p.m.
ttmwnaville aaoommodatiom leave! daily
exoept Sunday, at 5:00 p.m.! arrive! daily.
xoept Uonaay, at :ou a.m. wanaara iimei,
Unlf Knnl-I Kanaae City. Spring:.
field and Memphis) Traini leave M. and
T. depot aa follow! : No. 4, Kaniai City ei
vimu.
leave! at 10:45 a,
I no. 9, Kaniai
tMI n.m. No. 2.
City szpreii, arrive! at
t Haw
Kaniai (J
Ity mall, leaves ac:tv
On.m.t No. II
Kaniai Ulty man, arrival at e: a.m. 00.
I, VI. Lpali and Chicaso exproai, leavei at
6:00 p.m.; Me- liBt. Louie and Chicago ex-
ai City mall, arrival at 8:45 a.m. No
preii, arrive! ai o.w a.ui, ii envoi puouay,
April 18. lSoU.
Memphis aud Charleston Train!
move 'J, ollowi: Throuirh expreil leavei
"ui'iiy at 10:40 p.m, Mail and expreil leavei
Jm- t m.m. m Rnm.rvllla aaoommoaa-
tion leave! dally, except Sunday, at 6:0
p.m. Through expreai arrive! daily at 5:25
i.m. Mail and expreil arrival daily at 10:00
n.m. Bomerville sooommoaauou arrive!
daily, axoept Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
Memphis, Blrmlnaham and Allan-tie-Holly
Bprlnxi Royte-Tralni move ai
followi: No. 1 leavei Memphli dally at 3:45
. ...I... ol llnllv Hi.rinm at6:58 p.m. I
No. S leavei llolly Snrinin daily at 8:00
a.m., arrlvei at Memphli ai 10:10 a.m. I No.
6 leavei Memphli dally at 7:15 p.m., arrival
at llolly Spring! at 11:45 P. m. No.6 leavei
Solly Sprinn daily at 3:15 a.m., arrival at
Wamphli at 8:46 a.m
fenephla and Little Kork. Train
Sore aa follow! loeuirai iianaara umei
. 1 dallv at 4:20' n.m.i arrive! I
:56p.m. No. 8 leavei at 6:56 a.m. 1 arrive!
iliMi.a. Nn. 6 (fraizht) leave! Iloneflelu
daily (exoept Sunday) at 6:00. a.m.i arrlvei
at 7 :10 p.mP lmmmmm
THEWEATnER.
Indleallona.
For Tcnncurt: Fair weather; tanlerly
V)ind becoming toulherly; nearly tlation-
ory temperature.
For Arhanta: Fair weather; variMe
vrindt Ittooming toulherly; nearly tlation-
ory temperature.
For Alaltama and MittittijtpL- Fair
weather: variabU windt! no decided
chanyf in temperature..
leoroloalnal Hrprt
Mm rum, Tiikh., October 5, 1BS6.
Time. Bar. Ttier. Wind. W'th'i
7:00 a.m. 30.101 fi5 0 N.W. Foggy,
8:00 p.m. .10.037 77.0 N.W. Clear.
10.-00p.m aiMNKi 67 0 N.W. Clear.
Maximum temperature, 77.0.
Minimum temperature, 63.0.
Oeone, 11 a.m., 1.
Rainfall, 0.00.
In Ibe Cotton Krclon.
Signal Skbvjci, U. 8. Armt,
Octohei 6, 1880-0 p.m.
Division of telegram and reports for
the benefit ot commerce and agricul
ture. Cotton region bulletin for the
twenty-four hours finding October 6th,
t A A'nlwlr n m
TR1CT. f
Memphis tr 53 .
Nashville 77 47 .00
Grand Junction... 79 48 .00
Corinth- 7(1 61 .00
Tuscnmbia 78 45 .00
Decatur 77 45 .00
Bcottoboro 70 43 .00
Hernando 7(1 46 .00
Batesville 70 61 .CO
Grenada 72 43 .00
Covington 78 47 .00
Dyersburg 78 45 .00
Arlington 78 44 .00
Brownsville 77 47 .00
Milan 78 40 .00
Paris 75 35 .00
Bolivar 70 47 .00
llolly Springs 77 52 .00
TuBcnmb a 78 60 .00
Pnrxm 14(18 885 .
Means 77 47 .00
DiBTRicrs. Rgaffig- B.
3 a 2 1 a r-
. I I r-
"Wilmington 70 40 .(10
Charleston 79 64 .00
Augusta 77 47 .01)
Savannah... 78 62 .00
Atlanta 77 40 .00
Montgomery 81 40 .00
Mobile 79 48 .00
New Orleans 77 62 .00
Galveston.... 78 51 .00
Vicksburg 79 62 .
Little Kock 78 48 .00
Memphis........... 77 47 .00
Sums 92(5 692 .
Means 77 49 .00
CITY NEWS.
The store of B. Bcbaofl was at
tached yesterday for a debt of $200
one U. K. ltyan & (Jo.
Tbe fifteen white and colored boys
wno were arrrsted lor playing base
ball on Hunday have been indicted by
A 1 1 . "
we grana juiy,
Fortune Dowd waa again indicted
?eeterday for larceny. He is a chronic
bief, and haB frequently been in the
meshes of the law before.
All the hacks in town were on
the bluff list nigbt freighted with the
fair sex, who came to asslat as de
lighted spectatois in the "War of tbe
ltoees."
H. E. Whitesides and Walter
Milliken were vesterday indieted by
tbe grand jury fur assault with intent
to kill, npon the person of Charles
Sellers.
Hill Deatan and Huury Tries, a
brace of colored rucals, were indicted
yesterday for bringing stolen goods
into the State. The larceny is sup-
fesed ito have been committed In Ar
ansas. The reception at the Travelers'
Club next Thursday evening is al
ready being talked of. Many country
merchants will be in attendance ar.d
there is every p'orpect tbat the affair
will prove a magnificent success.
The white rose adorned the breaet
of many a gallant man yesterday, and
many of tbe ladles also deigned to
'Wear Bob's colore, The red rose was ,
not BO frtqnen', bnt it waa sufficiently
promirent ana conspicuous to nrauuu
Alt mat ne, too, ntu menus urre.
The epiiit ol lair play that per
vades a yemphis audience was neer
more clearly accentuated than in the
recognition accorded to aii xayicr. n
was leceived with enthusiasm, listened
to with respectful attention, and ap
plauded liberally, lie cannot out au-
mit teat ne nad a "lair snow uero.
U waa a anlilunt of common ie
mark last night that after Alf's defeat
for Uovf rncr his party ongtn to run mm
lor Jongres;. lie lives in a suru in
publican dietiict, and as be towers in
tellectually lit aa ana snouiuers aoove
every Republican in bis district, his
party owes it to him to elevate him to
. t it TI 1 T " t i
place in uienauuuai ucKimaiurr.
Itoach Oakley, an honest, worthy
colored man, was fatally stabbed by
another negro while coming up ino
Valley road yesterday evening. The
Vi'ourded man was convevea to 1110
hrg; ital. At last accounts he was in a
dying condition. Tbe ofliceis and
friends of the colored man are after
tbe murderer and he will be captured
by morning.
The Kev. Dr. Steel will conduct
the service at the First Motbodift
Church this evening, having delayed
leaviag for Louisville tbat he net min
this delightful rervice. The subject
this evening will be ".Personal in
fluence in the Work." The Gospel
Hymn will be nsed, and Dr. (Steele
rerims's that every member of the
choir be on hand promptly at 7:30
o'clock.
One of the straws tbat indicate
how the cat will jump was plainly
manifeettd last right when Bob Tay
lor referred to "the young man who
will cany the banner of Tiio party in
the Coneretaional fight in this dis
trict." The storm of cheers evoked
by that utterance excelled in enthus'
asra and spontaneity any expression of
applause heard in the course of the
f t: Dl..lAHt. unnn 4li
evening. J uu x neieu buuiu '"
masses is unmistakable.
Mm. K. A. Niomever aVchted
from herfphaeton in front of Hellne'.' B
a few days ago and entered tbe '.tore
to make a pun usee, leaving ner liana
satchel on the bugpiy Beat. tn her
return the satchel waj. gone, and as it
contained valuables the 'police were
notiSed of her low. KIijqo WilliaraB
and Charles Murphy, two white boye,
were arrested yesterday with the con
tents of the satvhel in their possession.
A gold watch and thimble were among
tbe property recovered. Tbe satchel
was afterwards discovered buried in
the Custom House grounds.
It is rumored, and, we bolieve,
not without foundation, that the Board
of Managers of the Women's Ex
change have secured the large and
commodious house, No. 200 Second
street, where they will Boon throw
open to the public and their many
friends attractive parlors and sties
rooms, an inviting cafe and comfort
able apartments and suites of rooms
for rent to business women. We
earnestly hope this is so, and that this
enlarged enterprise, organized by a
number of our most estimable women,
will be encouraged and sustained by a
generous public, as it is certainly a
most worthy enterprise.
The demand for both sitling and
standing room on the blufl last night
was unprecedented. 1 nrilty specula
tors took advantage of this fact. A
number of small boys carried cabbage
crates, casks and boxes to the out
skirts of the dense crowd and sold
space, or rather "reeorved seats," ss
they waggishly termed It, at 10 cents
apiece. They found numerous pat
rons and realized handscme sums by
their enterprise. It was 00 uncom
mon thing to see a yoang lady dressed
in the hight of fashion perched on the
bead of a hogshead and listening with
eager attention to the speakers.
PERSONAL.
Dn. At L, Kimoro bai returned from
a visit to Dakota.
Miss Josib Qotti.ikii, of the Queen
City, is gracing the HluUf City with her
presence, being on a visit to her siBter,
Mrs. Joseph S. Andrew.
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the Masonio Temple, hold October 4th,
tbe following gontlemen wore re-elected
to serve as directors for the ensuing
year: D. P. Haddon, president; 8. II.
ltrooks, L. Hanauer, U It. Buggs, Jno.
Overton, jr., W. H. Moore.
Tub taak of ergaulzing and directing
the prodigious demonstrations yester
day in honor of tbe Hon. Robert L.
Taylor, the Democratic nominee for
Governor, dovolvod unon Gen. A. J.
Vaughn, and right nobly did he per
form the task. A gontleman by in
stinct, at heart and in practice, he met
the largo demand npn hia brain, his
temper and his wlsilom, iu a way be
coming a liS'ler of such an occaxion,
and ou:?cnfii!ly bore tbe strain to
which he was fcubjocteii. He threw
his potential perEoaality into the du
ties imposed upon him and he de
serves all the praiss be received. Tbe
reception of Bob Taylor wis a grand
success and it could not have been
otherwise with Con. Yanghn as chief
marsuai.
ON 'CHANGE.
Tnc apple crop of Colorado is worth
$250,000.
It is said Montina will ship 250,000
neaa 01 cattle to market tuts season.
Last year the city of New York
spent $15,000,000 in tmildiqg improve
ments.
Tin tax on oleomargarine to be made
at Kansas uny will amount to nearly
tiuu.uuu.
Nbari.v $150,000 have been contrib
nted in New York for the relief of the
Charleston earthquake sufferers.
Tub Bradatreet Agency reports 205
failures in the United Slates during
the week ending October 2, 1880,
against lau in the preceding week.
Middle States, 60; New b'ngland
States, 21; Southern States, 30; West
ern States, 63; Pacific States and
Territories, 20; Canada, 14; total in
the United States and Canada, 21!).
W see it stated that A. J. Snyder
& Son, of Kansas City, have just com
pleted a cattle trade of immense mag
nitude, having purchased 18,000 head
for $274,000. Six thousand head of
these were two and three year olds,
bought of Maj. Beth Mabrey for $100,
000, 4000 beeves from J. D. Miles for
$124,000 and 2000 three year old steers
from Charles Goodnight, of Texas, for
$50,000. All these cattle were bonght
delivered at the Cherokee Strip, I. f ,
where they will be wintered in a large
Sasture recently purchased by Messrs.
nyder, of the Texas Land and Cattle
Company.
$9 CO to St. Louis and Betnrn.
Tickets on sale via the Chesapeake
and Ohio route, October 2d to HtU in
clusive, good returning until October
lltb, at i'J 00. Ollice under Poubody
Hotel.
Mnirord, Jeweler, 2i4 Main, to
llctts orders from the country.
HnbHciibe for the "Appeal''
MEMPHIS DjlLY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1886.
HOTEL A'aniVAIJS.
Pcabr
Mr Hotel.
r H. UALiLjUVf 3 m . nr.
Rml and 1? ' ? ' ? """'d
me ana if ,tl0n o( rooinSM
ratal mad-
.PaopiiiToxs.
nt to
room ajeoial
PnM.,15 VArk. TP Willlami. Tenn
h u u . "f'ther, Mill W Illack. Ark
ABl'-ll.Ark J LMeKieAwlfe.MiM
win a jmon.Xenn H K Mnrnon, Ttnn
C rp.y, T.nn J R MoNely, Min
vt Polk, Mii J (1 Martin, !tenn
M V Monro. Mill K D Cole. Mil!
j 3 IlratK. Tcnn P Nnundera, Mill
vm 1 ranKliD, lena V 'Jealy, Tonn
M II Cheatham. Tenn A 1) Ilium, Ark.
Oeo Holmes, Mill (i W lick-on. Mill
LHi-rn, Tenn K '.''illiaun, Tenn
Bchiff. N JE Lot, wood, Ala.
L Hopper i wife, N Y ftlake Uuffin, Tenn
J 11 White, Ala T Downey, Mo
KHUnyd, Ky T G Park, Tenn
J II Dubir
in, All
Alex Jaiobn, K i
Jm Ktruthari. N Y E Aloinv. Kv
Alf A Taylor, Tenn Rnht L Taylor, Ten nal
TP Ktlly, Ky CJ St John, Tenn
0 11 Aruiintead, TennT II Pnrhain, Ark
S A Douolal, Tenn TO Whiteside Aw, Ark
J W Dean, Ala -Ino R Walker, Tenn
RBUurdma. Ky Ike Marx, NY
J Kticntei, Ky J U Irwin, Ky
JohnMon wA'oh, Ky Homer Patton, Tnn
FD Plant. NY W B Beharrel, Ind
Mi I, Whitaon, Tenn I. L Boiren, Tenn
W M Moore, NY W A Uuwkini, N M
A JMoW hirler.Tenn M Frank, Win
h H (iartnell, Mill M bhuoklo. Mill
J B Turner. Mad CUJenkini.NY
W Koiter, NY J Eummorlie'd. Mo
Mri HuinmerOeld, Mo F A Markey, Mo
J H Maroura, Mo 0 II Inrerson, Tenn
1 Weil, N Y; II Wood, Ohio
J Parham, Ark Mill P Parham, Ark
i MoMurray Aw, Ark D L Iloloomb, MUl
T II Stuart, Mill.
aaton'a llotrl.
W. n. BINOHAM Mimoia.
European plan. Knlarged and refurnished.
Prioi aooording to lite ard loca
tion of rooui.
MB Jay, Tonn B Cam m(Klk, Mini
S Salmser, Ark K II MoOounell. Ark
J a!.xVrUA W fhomai. Arit
J W lariud. Mm II a (,,. M m
Mri Hhell, Ark J ri li.ckwoll. Tenn
W 11 Hubbard, Mill
) W Paulette, Tenn
UUay, Tenn
LTrohine, Mill
(1 A Steele, Mini
W F Hancock, Tenn
P M 'Iralier. Tenn
II E Mormon, len -Nri
0 Weill. Oa
(i II Malt hit, M'
JAduy, Mii
jU,:n"M3rn
Mri M K 51, "la
ML,lf 'aeden. Mill
L II Meriwether, Misi
K rark, Ala
Mini L SanderasMiii
W B Aaderaen, Min
K Underwood, Tenn
H 1 Brown. Tenn
W W Smith, Min
W A Turner An, Ark
D A Cooper, Mine
W R Jackion , N Y
OJ Moire, 111
J J Conway, Ind
J Qor.iola, Ark
P Short, Mo
J H Barry, Mill
L K Kennedy. Mini
V .'(, Tenn
RPaek.Tenn
v" J Miller. Torn
J A Fouler, Mill
RColeinaa, Mill
O llutohiaaon, Ala
0 NT Nail, Tenn
W J Porter, N Y
J N Pattoa, Ten a
J N Paine, Mill
J II Siimun, Ark
J K Hattley, Mini
C. H Punk. Mine
Min N Wright, Mill
MisiMoUlaloby, Mial w j uabiin. 'lenn
J M Prewitt, Ark
J M Harkerslee, Ark
K If Ucttn, ionn
J H Leslie, Tenn
II It Cullen, Tenn
U (lilbnui, Tenn
J 0 Dale, Tenn
X Taylor, Tonn
J W Donaldson, Ky
D B Uarratt. Ky
A Meti-alf, Ky
M Franklin, Mill
a M rarauee, Tenn
J llowea, Tenn
J L llowoll, Ark
M J Chrk. Tenn
BF Williams Aw, Mil!
u unnpmHn, Ky
A B Donaldson, Ky
W L Unrratt, Ky
L Ornubineir, Ky
P K Matthews. Mir
J W Hall, Miki
BllUKbea, Mt"HK
II I'.Ijeweniiaun.Tenn II A Simuiona. Min
J W Mesienger.Tex Oil Collin, Ark
K W Burni. Ark
II H Cuttinir. Ill
J L Crn up, Mial
W Ward. Tonn
DC8lauKhter,Tenn
K Q Withen, Mill
(1 ll Sale, Tenn
T M Kdwardi, Tenn
W Murray. Tenn
J W Wenaon, Mill
T F Fink, Ark
J S MoKinley, Tenn
W W Uibion il.Teni
T K Kinnie Af. Tenn
A J Knaly, Tenn
W Motiuiie, Tenn
J W Hall. Ala
J P Lal'rado, Mill
TH W. III.. win. Tonn J K Waddv. Tenn
J S Howell. Ark W C Striokland, Tenn
W K llarrell, Tenn T llo'man. Tenn
J M Coleman, Tenn l W Wintorton, Mial
D D Anthonv, Mm K Anderton, Mim
U Perkiai, Mill K Buck, Misi
B C Cook, Miss J D Og esby, Miaa
T O Fltr.patriok, Ark.
Tlie Mw Uayeao,
FARRINQTON, STEWART k WUITE,
PauraiiToua.
Rate! 12 50 tod per day, acoording to loca
tion ot ruoma.
MriHPartee Af.Ark J W JerTeraon. Tenn
J J Horner, Ark K P Colli na, Mial
I) V Arrington, NO MB LI i ten, Tenn
J A Mmrow, Miai K M Fuller, Tenn
J U Ma'tln, Tenn A D Martin, lenn
j u meriin, xe
?J Safftrana, i
0 Meriwtthoi
P Morrii, Te
it, Ark Ueo Halloway, Mo
thor, Mill 1j L Wynne, Miaa
Tenn W P Balo. Miai
0 K Butler Jr, Ark M W But er, Tenn
II d Coleman, III A K Harvey, Ua
B H Wardliw, Ky
(1 BShiltwoll, Ala
F Miller, Mial
J (1 Martinet, I.
W 0 Williami.'Mo
II C Downey, Miia
B H Hicka, Mifs
U P Woollen, Tenn
a k niiaon, Ky
X HRobinten. Ala
C LOinley, Miaa
K H Mitchell, Tenn
F Kahn, N Y
H F Uouch, Mlai
J O Davii, Tenn
Col M 8 Saay, N Y
U W Nail, Ark
Mrs c Pope, lenn
Mri 0 Kldridre.Tonn T T llurlev. Tenn
W J MoKeo, Tonn M' B Itrown, Mit
J M Howard, Mihi W II llanna, Min
0 L Talbott. Ark S A Perkini, Ark
0 L Cox, Ark B R Wataon, Tenn
Oeo II Sanka, O K K Lindaey, O
1 B McUermott, Ind C U Clifford, Miaa
J M Hall, Miaa CI K Durand, Mill
TB Kent. Tenn J J Kina. Tenn
B I Dnuglaai, Tonn K R Knox, Tenn
f M Uldliuin. Ark
E C Kuaaell. Ark
H W (filbert, Ark
M L llarriion, Ark
CCNelaon.Tonn
K A Si enoer, N Y
T 11 Taylor, Tenn
7, W Moarna, O
R ti Terry. Mo
H 1) Wenaon. Mo
It II Morria, Ky
K R Hafferd, N Y
BHUibaon.Ind
(1 11 Chirk, Ark
WJ Miller, Ind
J A K airland, Tenn
II J Mulone, Tonn
W II Davia, Tenn
K T Movin, Mo
(1 H Soott, Mo
W II Newhall, Ky
T J Walah, Me
T B Pelteraon, N Y
J E Stevoni.lnd.
IinHa Knroprnn Hotel.
Corner of Adaina and Main itreeta. Roomi.
500, 75o and 81 per day ; Anieiioan Plan,
ti per day.
Firt olnaaReiitiiurant in the lintel.
J. M. DUFFY (111 yoara with Peabody Hotel),
Proprietor.
J II Complon, Miai J RCnrney, Tenn
Mri WoKAaiter.Ark (1 W Howard, Miaa
Miaa II Howard, MUa W S Lane, Ark
A A (lainbill, Ark J WCondsoy.wAd.Miai
W 11 C-ffey, Ark F II Wilion, Tenn
W II Black, Tenn W P York, Tenn
WDMoriwelhor.Tenn F W Kolly, Ark
J 1) Alaup, Tonn H D llonry . Tenn
C! KTato, Miaa J Payne, Tonn
J 1'urt'ne, Ark W Black, Ark
T P Ohoaaor, Ark R M Cnmmini, Ark
MnWelck. (la J W ltutledge, Tex
K t Srwin, lenn K K Krwin, Tenn
MraThompaonAa.TcnnC Kdwin, Mo
n r rainier, lenn T J McUowan. Tenn
J W Moore, Tenn
CC Hodriok, Ohio
R J Thomaa, Miai
J N Bennett, Ark
W I, Hart, Tenn
LB McOill, Miaa
W J Uatlin, Ark
RS Morgan, Tenn
C I, Campbell, Ark
E 11 Knitht, Xrk
J D Jiuka, Ark
C Quentel, Tens
II M Cope, Ark
SM Shankle, Mill
II llinti, Ark
FW Kelly, Ark
W II Brown, Ind
l F Williams, Ark
A A Ford, Tenn
n u lia
Y (I CI a
jCCall
3 W Jai
n u lianaar.ua
lark, Tena
IlicoU.Tenn
ames, Tenn
JP Bradferd, Tenn J T Manire, Miai
K Hill, Tenn
F W Henry. Ark
II CCamahan, Mill
TLRinaham.Tenn
J 11 AnJoraon, Tenn
mri uaidwell, Ual
J Walker, Tenn
to. len
J J W
orrell, Tenn
NotlctJ.
The Hon. Zack Taylor, the nominee
of the Kepubllcin party for Congress",
and Mr. James Phelan, nominee of
the Democratic party for Congress,
wilt address tse citir.ens of the Tenth
Congressional District, in joint dis
cussion, at the time and places stated
below, namely:
Lucy, Wednesday, Oct. 0, 1 p.m.
Bandoloh, Thursday, Oct. 7, 1 p m.
Atoka, Friday, Oct. 8, 1 p. m.
Or vington, Saturday, Oct. 9, 1 p.m.
Tabernacle, Mondav, Oct. 11, 1 p.m
Itattlett. Tuesday, Oct. 12, 1 p.m.
Brunswick, Wednesday, Oct. 13
12 m.
Gormantown, Thursday, Oct. 14, 1
p.m.
Oollierville, Friday, Oct. 15, 1 p.m.
8 Jin-rville; Saturday, Oat. 16, 1 p.m
UGrarge, Monday, Oc. 18, 1 p.m.
WilltBton. Tuesday, Oct. 19, 10 a.m.
Moscow, Tuonlay, Oct. 19, 4 p in,
Pocahontas, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 10
a.m.
Middloton, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 4
p.m.
Baulsbnry.Thu'srlay.Oct 21, 10 a.m.
Grand Junction, Thursday, 0O. 21,
4 p.m.
Tcors, Friday, Oct. 22, 10 a.m.
Fnlivar, 8turday, Oct 23, 1 p.m.
Whitovillo, lloudav, Oct. 25, 1 p.m.
Whitehaven, Weduetday, Oct. 27, 1
p.m.
Oaplevillc, Thursday, Oct. 28, 1 p.m.
Memphis, Fr'day.Oot.19, 7:30 p.m.,
at Kxpofitioi Building.
Mason, SaturJay, Oct. 30, 1 p.m.
. ... w- J- SMITH,
Chn. Republican Cnir. Committee.
. K. F. ADA.M.s,
Cua, Democratic Cung, Committee.
GET MONEY!
A Dollar Is a Dollar, Whether
Saved or Earned. .
How to Have Cash!
Letting In a Little Light on
the Subject of Lucre.
A dollar saved is a dollar earned.
It is not what a man earns tbat makes
him woalthy. It is what he save
It is easier to spend money thaD it ;s
to earn it. Therefore, whrjn you
spend it flee that you get f- un vaiuo
for it.
Clothing is a heeessit- y 0f life. We
have to dress. The iawg 0f civili
zation demand i clothing costs
money, and the MISFIT CLOTH
ING PARLO,iiS) No. 2C2 Second
street, wi) t give you more for your
money thaa y0u oan obtain elsewhere.
Why Misfits Are the
Cheapest.
1. Because 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 value.
4. Because, although they are called
"Misfits," you get better fits
than you can find among ready
made clothing.
5. Because you really gain what the
tailors lose.
6. Because you get clothing that
was made to bring double what
you pay for it.
7. Because you are always certain
of getting full value for your
money.
8.
Because Misfits are really the
cheapest.
Our New Goods.
The Misfit Clothino Parlors
are now displaying hundreds of Fine
Suits.
We have the finest assortment of
Pants in Memphis.
We Bhow a nice lino of beautiful
Fall Overcoats.
arOnr atronv point la tbat we
Ktit Clothing very low, and art
therefore able toaell It very low.
We give yen the Beat Clothing
for the Least Money. '
MISFIT
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square. Dfempbfg, Tenn.
N. B. Remember, all alteration! to In
lure a perfeot fit done free of ohargo.
mr Open Evening! nntll 0 ; SMtar-
nrflay. nntll 11
LOCAL NOTICES.
Mrs. J. II. Slater, teacher of Ger
man, Gay oso Hotel.
Mbh. Viani, dre?s making, removed
to No. 50 Avery street.
P. M. Stanley, funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison street.
Dns, MiTciiRLL & Mauri? have re
moved their oIQcmi to thuir new sana
torium building, No. Ill Court street.
Mrs, Lily Lousy will take a limited
number of pupils in instrumental run
sic. She is a comnetin' teacher.
CARRIE M. KEATING.
Miss Oakrib M. Keating, pianist,
mav be found at the store of E. Wilz
mann & Co., 221 and 223 Second
street, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. every day,
G. W. Miller & Co., Patent Asbestos
lire t'rool Hooters. or durability,
equaled by none. Used on ood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. No. 55
Madison street.
Tbb Herbal Chill Care, the best
tonloind antt-reriodlo known. A oertain
and lore enre for chilli. I'ricetl per bot
tle. Sen.l atanupi lor I'lrciKra. Any ref
erence gixen. Addreia Juhn C. Raoker.
Iirnehbers, V.
Mies UrTON is now at 402 Shelby
street, southeast corner of McCal), op
posite the Gsyoso Hotel, prepared to
make drewes in the latest styles. Good
work and reasonable prices.
Owino to the paints and decorations
not being dry, we have postponed our
formal opening until Thursday, the
7th instant. Respectfully,
FLOYD i CO.,
Snooeuera to C. N. Krioh.
All authorities agree tbat the milk
of a healthy mother is the best food
for an infant. Next to this, and con
taining all the element lor perfect
nutrition, is Mellin's Food, which,
after a long test, is highly indorsed by
prominent medical men.
line Watch repairing at Mulford'g.
Thb Armstrong Furniture Company
have just received an elegant line of
rattan aod reed rockers. All the new
est patterns. 272 Second street.
Solid Silverware at Mnllbrd'a
IIaIIih! Ballis! Baths!
Clear water, fre.'h a'r, warm rooms:
batus of a'l descriptions at No. 222
Second street, near Adams.
Order "Mnllerd Made Medals.
Call and See
My large and well aFsirted stock of
Parlor, Bod room and Dinning Room
Furniture, Carpets, Kugs, Art
Square, Window SliRdes and Lace
Curtains, with fixtures for came. Am
receiving new good every day, and
invite an inspection of them and my
prices end tnini, either for cash or on
tasy installments, o. w. fisher,
STH Second St., oppoaite Court Square.
KlouoKram ItaiiKles Mnll'ord
MilrH! Shirt!
tyles and prices to order.
All
iMeir.pln
s S:oAm Shirt Factory, 224
Second,
JAMES C. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Noa. 2290 and 293 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENK.
-WHOLESALE
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
'addles?
HqT SPECIAL PRICES to Railroad
JAMES M. HOODBAR.
GOOBB
No. 319 MAIN
-0ur Fall and Winter Stock of BOOT
BOOTS
ll now complete, ana we InTite the Meronanti vmtinir memnnis h can ana examine mo uio. iuo "
bouae here, and perhapa more than anr home aouih nt the Ohio river. ) mOoient evidence that our goorfi and prices are aatiaiactory to
the trade. We atill carry a lara-a line of liUsTOM-M ADE WOO !., inoluaing the oeiebrated Ueo. Hooker Calf Booti, Krinpendorf,
anv hone. Give m a call.
SCHOOL SHOES!
Buy Only the Best and
Save Money!
zellneb7&co:s
CHILDV SCHOOL SHOES ARB
THE BEST!
FOKfSll 75
We offer jron Biya' Good, Slrona;,
Nenl Button Sboes, inch as you
never bought before for less (ban
$9 & to t BO, Ibe alaee running
from 11 to 8.
FOB ll 25
We sell an Excellent Double Tip
peel Sboe for Children, 4 to 7,
worth regular 91 BO. For 81 OS,
am kind, nlxea 7 1-3 to 10 1-8,
worth regular 91 SB.
KS-Children'i and Hiiaet' School Shoe!
i heaperThan Kver, er Anywhere Elie.
Call and Convince Youraelvca.
FOB $3 OO
Ton can buy of u a pair of Lu
ll lea' Kid Button Shoes tbat yon
cannot mibslllnte elsewhere for
93 BO.
FOB $2 35
We oUVr you Ladles' Pebbled Goat
Button Sboes, fully worth 93 75.
FOB 3 OO
You can buy a pair of Men's Gai
ters, Lace Bals or Button Shoes,
full slock calfskin, Seamless
vamp, solid sole leather and
roaster, every pair warranted,
worth mt least 93 7B to 9 OO
elsewhere.
FOB $1 35
Ton can buy of ns a pair or Men's
Stltehdown Buckle or Tie Sboes
that cast yon eliewhers 91 78.
ZEXLNER & CO.
Deviled Crabs, Shrimp, . ,
Salmon, Fresh Can HaenVrcl,
Sardines, Lobsters,
Brook Trout, Oysters,
Mackerel In Tomato Catsup,
Sweet Stuffed Pickles,
Sour Pickles by the cal. and In Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Bellsh,
Wooster Sauce, Tomato Catsup,
Capers, Hnstard, Carry Powder,
Salad Dressing, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheese, Celery Sauce,
Celery Salt, Etc., Etc.
J. F. BTJCKHAM & CO.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
JfSSfi
."ay- :-'. .
Importon and dealer! IneSuns, Ammn.
nil Ion and FUnlng Tarkln, Mnlldnrs
Hnrdsare, Klvetrlc Balls and An
nunciator for Hoteta and Healdenci,34C
Hnln street, nn y,:.:, Tenn. Electric
larpliei alwayi or, i,i.uj. Kepairin neatly
done.
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
SHEA ft McCARTnf,Propr
110,142,144 Front, Memphis.
OH OTTHI L ARfl K8T BOILIR SHOPS
in the Bonth, and the only eompleti
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Work! In theolty.
Manufacturers of heavy ulate lron
work of every deHcrlptlon. BpeolaJ
attanrlnn r1 .'n(lon worlr
Frank Schnmann,
Importer sad Dealer la
Guns, Fishing Tackle and Sports,
men's Supplies, ear Bpsolsl attention
given to MANUIACTURIN9 sad B
PAIRING, -ws
413 Main Htwf emplUw. Tenn
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationer?,
3 IS Main St., Memphis, Tenn
A NEW SCPPLT Or
SCHOOL BOOKS
jrST RECEIVED.
R. KUPEERSCHMIDT.
IMPORTER AND OKALKR IS
(JniiB, Ammnnltlon, FfBblnff Tackle
and fiporturomiR' Mipplle.
WlIOLKSA(,R AND RKTAIL.
mi Main Nlret, Ktemplile, Tenm
etanufaotnrlni and Kepalrinael oni
Specialty. Largeat Stock. Beat aaaortment.
Urethral Stricture Cured!
Cl'KE l"l:K H AM'.NT.
Removal Complete. Noilher knife, pauitto
nor dilaiioo. No pain. No hniubui.
Adr'8 llt. I). IV. 1 -U I HILL,
BOX 131, ATLANTA, M.
E. Fe
OF
Harness,
II. ItUWAKE AND
ant
levee Contractors for Wagon,
USTADXjIIHIXXJEITJ
lOOO.l
W. It. CWBK. E,
J. CtKBINGTOX.
AR & COMPAN
STREET MEMPHIS,
AHD SHOES-the largeat in thii market, and
a larae variety ol otner maaei. uur
GHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, ::::::: 100,000
Interest Fnld on. Depoalts,
OPEN SATURDAYS UN III. 7 O'CLUCK P.M.
M. H. KATZESBERGEB, President.
BOARD OF
NAPOLEON HILL,
W. H. CARROLL,
JOHN A. DENIE.
J. W. bCHOUR.
Z. N. ESTE3.
S. S.
3T.IESt g& OO
(SDCCEASOBS TO ESTES, DOAN A CO.)
7Lolesale Grocers and Cotton Factoro
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn. '
Ts tie He
THB IMMENSE
HEMIC
Have attained, hai induced unprincipled manufacturers to place on the market a bass
imitation. We hereby caution the public tbat all Genuine Cigarroi will bear A RED beal
on each box. and our Factory Number, 200, 3d District, ti. X,
The only all long Havana filler cigar on tbe market for 5 oenti.
OBO, F. LIBS tJ CO.,
Factory 300, 3d District, S. Y.
MOON & JOYIJEE, Wholesale Agents,
Iffi MIAMI
T1TE STANDARD OF THE WORLD."
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STYLES, 25.00 AND UPWARW
SSrTKRMS Cuh, or euy Monthly Initallmenti. Write for Ulmtratsi Oatalecot.
O- Kl- HOUOK d3 OO.
SOLE AGENTS FOB THE SOUTHWEST,
STo, 880 St., 3VEexn.i3li-las, Tenn,
yje. m union street, Hasnvnie.
E. WITZM AM If ! Co.
Wholesale Dealers and Publishers,
Sole Agent! for the following Fint-CIaai Instruments;
STEINWAY and KNABE
MAWOS Kranich & Bach, Gabier, and Wheelock.
OKGANS Clcugh & Warren, and Smith American.
ns-A NEW 7-OCTAVE PIANO FOR $190.Tm
Write for CitaloKno?. o. 331 and 22.1 Kecond Ktreet, Menipbis.
(sl'Ut ESSORS TO S. L. I.EE), JOBBERS OF
igsir s and Tobacco
275 Main Street. Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
.JUST RECEIVING AND IN STORE,
1,000 bags New Crop (Season 1886), Rio Coflee.
3,000 keic Iron and 81 eel Nails best brands.
1,000 barrels Kenned Sugar all grades.
100 barrels New Crop (reason 1886), Uiee.
1,500 pkgs. Leaf and Reilned Lard.
150 tlerees Canvassed Hams.
100 boxes Breakfast Ilacon.
l.OOO bags Shot, Powder and Caps.'
1 OOO boxes Canned Uoods, Sardines, Oysters, Etc.
J.OOO bxs. pure New Cream Cheese Ml ver Moon llrand.
1,000 bags hand-picked Virginia and Tennessee Peanuts..
Manufacturers of the celebrated brands of SIL
VER MOON and M KM 41 1 1 Pure Stick Candy, and Raking
Importers of Foreign Fruits, Lemons, Oranges,
Raisins. NuIm, Etc.
Nos. 284 and 286 Main Street, t Memphis, Tenn,
B
and
OUR fcTOCK OF BOOTS AND 6H0ES FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR IS MORE
eorople than ever, eompriiini not only the belt and finest but alio lull lines of me
dium, durable and atjliah gooda. which we offer at low figures.
TO THK TR4.UK we offer apeoial Inducementi. Carrying mo M our goodi in
onT.in SIZES, we are rreoared to fill orden lor apecial aiiea at NO bAlKA LOSi, thus
n.blins Merohants to fill in without being
Asenls for Ibelelrbrntetl w. I.. Donslssss jien siau anoesana
Boys' Shors In all aiylea.'
-ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE AND PRICK LIST MAILED FREE.-sa
MEYEIt, feec'j and freaa.
Collars
9
lEATIIEK.
Scraper and Can Harness, nun
a. JONES.
T
SHOES
TENNESSEE.
one of the lanreat to be found in any market
Aaiiera nuuua duuuui m Burintiou kj
HOnllHAH A I'll-
1. KATZESBERGEK. CaBhler.
DIRECTORS.
A. rOHEN. J. H. BTSCOE,
T. F. TOWN, A. S. MEYERS.
SPICER.
yr. B. DO AH.'
a
POPULARITY OUR
aiuu win. o am.
ilioes
compelled to buy gooai not neeaea.
i toll's
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