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R1M0AD TIME TABLE.
Los.ItIHp, vew unaaa aa4 Texas R'j
I MISSlftNIPPI VALLEY ROUTE.
II and aiter May 8. 186, paaeenger tralna OB
I tola rned will ran aa lollo.
bouth. I. North.
4 :IT a.m
A With all linei entering Mempbti.
6-With M. A N. W. R. R. for Helena.
0 for Greenville end HantlngtoD, and all
D-With V. M. and V 8. ft P. Railroad!.
jt-With N., J. AO. R.R. lor Natohei and
F For Pointa on tha Branch.
0 With iteameri lor Bayou Sara.
H With railroadi diverging for Florida,
Texai and Coaattaointi.
JAB. M. EDWARDS, V. P.andG. M.
' A. J.KMAPP. . P. A.
ItsaUalppI an4 Tmuam.-Train i
mora aa followit NewOrleani mail arrival
daily at :-a.m.t laaraa daily at 6:UU p.m.
ileirMrt Mews and RUsalaelnpt Val
ley. Treini mora aa tollowit t t ina
leave! at 10:00 a.m.; bt. Loo ill fast lino
leave! at 5:30 p.m. i Fait Una arrival at 1 :30
p.m. s St. Louli fail Una arrival at V :06 a.m.
Lonlavlllo stud Naahvllle Tralni
neve a followit Fact mail arrival daily at
5:15 a.m. I leave! at 10 :U) p.m. t mail leave!
daily at 10:10 a.m.) arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brownaville aooommodatiom leavai daily'
iitwt Sunday, at 6:00 p.m. t arrival daily.
xanptBunday, at 8:60 a.m. (standard time).
finir Rnnla-IKaaMi flty,NrlueT
fleld and Memphis) Traina leave M. and
T. depot aa followit No. 4, Kaniai City az
preia, leavai at 10:46 a.m.) No. 3, Kaniai
City expreaa, arrive! at 30 p.m. No. 2,
tenia City mail, learea at 6:00 p.m. I No.Il,
aniu City mail, arrive! at .8:45 a.m. No,
t, Bt. Louli and Chicajro eipreM, leave! at
6:00 p.m. Na. 1, St. Louis and Chi canoe z
preea, arrive! at 8:45 a.m. Ia effeot Sunday,
April 18. 18HA.
Henaphte and Charleston Tralni
move aa followit Through axpren leave!
dally at 10:40 p.m. Mail and axpren leave!
daily at 10:00 a m. Bomervllle accommoda
tion leave! daily, aioept Sunday, at B:30
p.m. Through eipreM arrival daily at 6:25
a.m. Mail and axpren arrive! dally at 10:00
8.m. Bomervllle aooommodation arrival
ally, einevt Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
emphla, Hlrnilnaham and Allan-lev-Holly
Sprlnri Route Train! move aa
follow! i No. lleavee Memphia daily at 3:46
ti m. i arrival at liolly Burin at 5:58 p.m. t
No. ! leavai Holly Sprmira dally at 9:00
8 m., arrival at Me-pnia at iiiini a.m. t no.
I Mjtmiihii il.ifv nt 7:16 n.m.. arrival
in. I NO.
at Holly HprinM.i ll:4lT.m.
flnlljr ffprtniri daily at 2:16 a.
M.miihla atfi:45 a.m.
at liolly Wprin hut.hi.i no.o leavai
m.t arrive! at
esnpble and Little Horn. Tralni
move aa follow! (central itandard time) I
No. 1 leave! daily at 4:20' p.m, i arrive! at
9:56 p.m. No. S loavei at 6:66 a.m. ! arrive!
atSinOe.m. No. 6 (freight) leavai Hopefield
dally (exoept Sunday) at 6:00; a.m,; arrival
tl :10 .m.mmmmmmmmmmmm
For Tennenet: Fair weather; variable
xt'indi, generally tuulherly; nearly Italian-
For Arkantar. Generally fair weaOier;
tmthtrly winch; nearly tlationary temper
MmrniF, Tikk., October 6, 1886.
Time. Bar. Titer. Wind. W"Wr
7:00 a.m. U0 077 67.0 N. Clear.
8:00p.m.r'W).030 78.0 N.W. Dinar.
10:00 p.m KII.073 00 0 Palm, Olear.
iiuiiuuin temperature, 70.0.
Minimum temperature, 50.0.
Oione, 11 a.m., 1.
la the lotion Region.
Signal Service, U. 8. Army,
October 0, 1880 6 p.m. j
Division ol telegrams and reports for
the bereflt of commerce and aricnl
'fare. Cotton region bulletin for tbe
rwenty-Jonr boari ending October 6th,
Kb v u i, hi. . yi in. ,
MIMI'HII S5 r
Memphis. 70 58 .00
Nashville 77 48 .00
Grand Junction... 79 63 ,00
Corinth 80 60 .00
Tuscumbia 79 4:1 -.00
Deoatnr 81 45 .00
Pcottaboio 79 45 .00
Hernando 78 6'J .00
Batnsville 77 65 .00
Grenadi 78 40 .00
Covington 79 48 .00
Dyerebnrg 82 40 .00
Arlington 78 41 .00
Brownsville 78 48 .00
Milan : 79 4(1 .00
Paris 70 35 .00
Bolivar 81 48 .00
Holly Springs 70 54 .00
Tuscumb a 79 64 .00
Sums 1495 915 .00
Menus 79 4S .00
jhS j g b.
niBTBicn. 5e ffgg- g.
ill ill l
Wilmington 72 61 .CO
Charleston 70 49 .00
Augusta 70 (0 .01)
Bavannab 79 54 .00
Atlanta 77 51 .00
Montgomery 82 51 .00
Mobile 82 49 .00
New Orleans. 80 65 .00
Galveston.... 81 GO .03
Vicksburg 81 50 .
Little Hock 78 61 .00
Memphis 79 48 .00
Sums 943 625 .00
Mfana, 79 62 .03
Kalnfall la Col ton Belt for
Kndlaa" Oolobda-1, 1MN6.
Pmithville, N. 0
Charleston, 8. O
Savannah, Ga ,
Cedar Keys, Fla
Pent acola, Fla
Vicksbnrg, Mis ,
New OileaiiB, La
Shreveport, La ,
Fort Smith, Ark ,
Little Kock, Ark
Palestine, Tex ,
Indianapolis, Ind ,
Grand Jury meets tomorrow.
logg'i Ferry at the Memphis The
ater again tonight.
Jt'oe Powell officiates as Judge
of tbe Police Court.
The City Conncil will meet loday
if a quotum can bs bad.
The campa'gn promises ti be an
exceedingly warm one from this time
Tbe first howitaer of tha Con
grcsfional campaign wr-8 fired at
Chief Davis wants an owner for
money found Monday ltst during the
parade of Birnum'a circus.
The police have a gold wedding
ring at the Staiionhouse which was
fonnd on the day of tbe circus.
Tbe Amateur Athletic Association
will give their first entertainment for
tbe season about tbe 15th inBtant.
Licenses to marry were fussed to
Benjamin Park and Cracie Jonep,
James H. Coles and Alberta Kogerc
A little unpleasantness occurred
in front of the Courthouse yesterday
evening between Juctice Iiourkeand
Cons'able Powell. Nobody brrf.
The Meyer trial will take up ti e
time of the Oiiininal Con it next week.
The testimony promises to be senna
tional and every available seat will be
The Taylcr brothers loft yesterday
morning for Ripley, where they spoke
last night. Toev held an informal re
ception at the Peabody afier break
fast, hundreds of tbeir political ad
herents calling npon them for a la it
Thieves broke into the grocery,
No. 215 Pontiac street, night before
last, and got away with a caddy of to
bacco and 500 cigars. Tbey opened a
can of sardines and had a hearty meal
on the counter, leaving a note, ' mid
The advance guard of Ed Corri
gan's horses, nnmberingsevenleen, ar
rived yesterday to participate ia the
fall meeting and go into winter quar
ters here. Tbe balance of the brigade
will follow In the course of the next
week or so. They are in charge of
Abe Peny, iSt. Corrigan's trainer.
The police yesterday arrested two
small darkies, Sam Phillips and Louis
Williams, neither over 10 years of age,
fcr burglary and larceny. They
robbed John Merg'e's store of $15 in
money and stole a lot of things from
A. Kiemann'a place on Pnale strict,
breaking a window to elTtjct an en
J. N. Virt RORD and Charlie Postal
returned yeeterday bale and hearty.
Mrs. GaoRtii B. Bowling, after a
pleasant vie.it to friends in Bt. Louia,
lias returned to the city.
Stdwky fJ. Wilson, the yonng
noveliet of Memphis, bas gone dowo,
to Hernando, Mies. He will retuta h
a few days.
Thk Rbv. 8. A. Stbbl loft for Louis
ville last night, to take charge of the
Walnut Street Motbodiet Chuich, of
which be bas been appointed pastor.
Dr. Steel's pulpit at the First Mttho.
diet Church will bs filled next Sunday
by the Bev. Dr. Wheat, of the Univei
Bity of Mississippi. Dr. Wheat is re
garded as one of tbe finest pulpit ora
tors of the South, and will doubtlees
have a very large congregation to he r
TODAY we place before the Ladies
additional Paris novelties in
Ladies' Short Wraps,
Paris Beaded Wraps,
India Crepe Peliases.
Misses' Astrachan Cloaks,
Misses' Tailor Units,
Children's Cloaks and Suits.
Elegant Paris Bonnets,
London Walking Hats,
Children's School Hats.
Another brilliant display of
Gorgeous Evening Silks,
Lyons Wlk Dress V el veto,
Beautiful Plush Panels.
This will be the moat Elaborate,
Wonderful and Grand Exhibit ever
beheld in this country.
CHEAT BAHUAINS T0DAT.
We offer for THIS DAY only
AT 15c, Bleached Sheeting, worth
AT 29c, All Wcol White Flannel,
suitable for underwear, worth
AT lOjja a pair, or six pairs for $1,
Men's BalbripRtn Half Hose,
worth 30c a pair.
AT 98c, Children's Ribbed Hoso,
white feet, well worth 35c.
AT 25c, Large Brass Trays, woith
There are but limited quantities
of the above goods, and they will
becll'ered at the prices stated for
this day only. Don't mits -the op
portunity. KEKKES AM) COMPANY.
TVio Hnn 7...V TU tl.o fiAtn ndA
of the Republican party for Congrcs,
and Mr. James Phelan, nominee of
me Koraocrauo party lor uongresr,
will Bililrara ta nitivana nt tlia Tantl.
Congressional District, in joint dis-
cuBsion. at me time ana places stated
Kandolph, Ihursday, Oct. 7, 1 p.m.
Atoka, Friday, Oct. 8, 1 p. m.
Covington, Saturday, Oct. 9, 1 p.m.
Tabernacle, Monday, Oct. 11, 1 p.m.
Y)..-.i... n... 1 . 1 . . 1. .
jwiumi. iuesiy, uot. ii,, x p.m.
Brunswick, Wednesday, Oct. 13,
Germantown, Thursday, Oct. 14, 1
Collierville, Friday, Got. 15, 1 p.m.
Somerville, Saturday, Ost, 10, 1 p.m.
LaUrange, Monday, Oct. 18, 1 p.m.
Williston, Tuesday, Oct. 19, 10 a.m.
, Moscow, Tueaday, Oct. 19, 4 p m.
Pocahonlas, Wednesday. Oct. 20. 10
Middleton, Wednesday, Oct, 20, 4
Kaulsbury, Thursday, Oct 21, 10 a.m.
Grand Junction. Thuradav. Oil. 21.
loons, Fridav, Oct. 22, 10 a.m.
Bolivar, Saturday, Oct. 23, 1 p.m.
Whiteville, Monday, Oct. 25, 1 p.m.
Whitehaven, Wednesday. Oct. 27. 1
Capleville, Thnrsday, Oct. 28, 1 p.m.
Memnlrs. Friilnv. Onr. 20. n.m..
at Exposition Building.
juauoo, ciaiuriiBy, Urt. 30, 1 p.m.
vr. J. 8Mirn,
Cbn. Republican Cnnr. Cominiltee. '
. T1 K.K.ADAMS,
CbnI'euuioratlo Cvng. Cvuimitlea.
Order " 1nl lord Made MdalN.
All styles and prices to order.
Memtdiis S'.eiui Shirt Factorv. 224
C. LOHEASTEI.V at KItOS.
GRAND FALL 0PEXLNG
(b flicac'y anrounred in this pa
per, will take place
On this occasion we will display in
the lateat productions and the
most novel designs of tbe season.
Every lady visiting our estab
lishment today will be presented
with a copy of a dainty ballad enm
pcsd by Prof. 8. Turney. This
will be a carnival day with us and
everybody is cordially invited to
IS. LO a BROS.
The New Uayoan.
FARRINQTON, STEWART A WHITE,
Ratei f2 50 to 14 per ilay, according to Ieca-
ticn of rooma.
W L Haynot.Tf nn W A Percy.Miaa
I) K Loonoy. Ark I V Chambers, Ark
Kililey, Ark JCJohngon.Ky
Blbtawnrd. Ark W W Polk, IMina
I Weil, I'a t) K Junes, Tann
D A Reid, Ohio 8 Severance w, Pa
N'HUIediew.nab.MiasMiaa I Hledie. Miaa
I W Voorhooa, Pa Mr M J JoLnaon, N Y
ti K j nompKin.lena f. Unodman, Alo
v n ravaire, mo u it Hell, Mo
M It Hhaw, Ky
E B Frailer, Ind
Thoa Hanipaon, MlEI
FK Young. Miaa
P 0 Cole. Ill
ii yy weeka, Ala
W W Moraan, Ind
E H Roleru, Ark
K T llanka, Tenn
J M 1'hhilHpa, Tenn
K8 HohbiM, N Y
It H Kirka. Ml..
MraA V Lombard, Mill
n i iinrria. n i
W L Kimberlin. Mo
DASoot'.wAeon.Mlii Mia Nettie Scott.Miai
Miaa CScuti, Min
8 11 llroiika, Tenn
L I. llailey, Tenn
II T lleinea, Mo
U II Mitchell. Tena
11 II Uainea, Mo
0 K Honton.Tenn
II 11 Washburn. Mo
B M Mason, Ark
A 11 Darin, Miaa
V 1. Ureen, N X
K II lndwin&w,Tenn Miaa M C (Jilea, Tern
it MHIeilae.w&o.Miu Miaa Lean ills. Miaa
lona llouaall, Ky J II Maddex, Miaa
Judge MoCorry,Tenn 11 B Avery, IV no
G K MoCullnok, Tenn K T Ptarlinp, Miaa
11 T Franklin. Miaa WH Clark, Miaa
(J W llrown, Tenn F, T Blackburn, Tena
8 8Nowhall,NY JOl'helpa, M Y
0. B. GALLOWAY A CO ...PaorsitToas.
Katea ti 60 and 13 par day. aconrding to
ail and looation of room Speoial
0 t Hooker, Tenn J R Iloakina, Ky
H H I'epkin, Mini J T Low, Tenn
W O Bronka iw.Tenn H W Curtia. Mo
J P Clopton, Ark 0 Polk, Ark
UKattenberg, Mo ti lluckley, Ohio
T O Kerguaon, Miaa W J llogan, Mill
8 Tate, Jr. Miaa W T Korbea, Ua
W L Harden, NY L W Ulake, Va
J A Hanraton, Tenn B 0 Burohell, N Y
MraLM Ilopaon,Tenn 11 Ilopaon, Tenn
Miaa M Maoroa, Va Mra M Gaffe;, Ala
W A Farley, Tenn W T Farley, Tenn
Paul Sanndera, Miaa C 8 Tnmpkina. Miai
K M Kiekardaon.Miaa W R Williamaon.Tena
R A NoAndy, Miai J R Ualloway. Tena
M rl Brown, Tenn J 1 Merria, Tenn
WM Moore. NY G J Ingman, Ohio
KMHooe, Oliio M J O'Neill, NY
H Snyder, NY K Hague. N Y
W J Fniler, N Y Mta btephenaon. Mo
Miaa K Bartlett Mo R A Trimble, NY
C 8 Lennvx. NY 0 M Uotiaehall. Ohio
W Settle. Tenn
J J Morriioa. N Y
J Baird, N Y
A 8 Lowenthal, Ky
II I Turner, Maaa
P Hellara, N 0
O W Yerbv. N Y
Yl v morgan, tenn
W M llurdott, Miai
Max Moyaoi, Miaa
nam Moyaea, oi'.aa
J B Williamaon.N Y J C Mitnhelaon. Mo
I. li lingers, lenn Mra I. u Aloorn, Mill
II M Kemberger.Mlaa J K Faner, Boaton
M Buyd, Boaton T J Leary, N Y
M .1 Fugerty. N Y
0 J Raubt, N O
R W llouek, Miaa
W 11 htcvena, Miaa
L Roao, Tenn
K tliiokih, Ky
W 1, Uojd, Ky
K W I'arkor. Mo
II C Cnmn.N Y
11 tl Srud'ler, N Y
A ri ililhert, Ky
J 8 Knwliiii. Tenn
J II Pailry, Ky
JH liull. Mi-a
L IllKkely, (ia
Tom Sloule. Tenn
K 11 haiiihn, I'a
M U Millett, Ky
J B Jnnkina, Mo
1. P Fiahor, Mo
K U Uavidaon, Ky
J W James, La
J 1. Chapman, Va
O V lteynolds, Mo
O K Taylor, Uhio
J W lliirdner, Tenn
II II Matlack, Ky
J P l'reagrove. Miaa
J 0 Hull, Miss
A T Cunningham, fla
J K Stone, Ark
F M Duvall, Tenn.
YT. II. tllNGHAM MNoitn.
Euroi cm ,lan. Knlargcd nn) ret'urniahed.
Vrioia according to alio and loca
tion oi rooma.
Miaa J Calhoun, Miaa J II Weaver, Tenn
W 8 Moore, Tonn J W Tate, Mifa
W F Filahugh. Tox N C Tucker, Miai
1 K Moore, win Mra I'jrkf, Tenn
Mixa I'nrka, Tenn 8 J Mel'eak, Miaa
J W Mcl'eak. Miaa T Boyd, Tonn
J W Little, Ky M Maiden, Miai
R L Howard, Miaa R A Burrougha, Mill
Mra L Ford, Miaa KWUoyd.Tenn
K WaUor'h, Tenn A Folsenthul, Ark
Mllavin.Tenn J K Speed, Tenn
(1 K llearn, Ark J J Conway, Ind
Mia MeMullen, Miaa J Katun, Tenn
K Miehiiiiird, jr, Cal C K Turnly, Tenn
JT king, Tonn RH Bone, Tonn
M 8 Jay. Tenn M T Leak, Tenn
Mra R F Raiford, Ark Maater Kaiford, Ark
J M Rolnnaon, (la Misa A Pryor, Tenn
R8 Moaeley, Mill J M Lindaey, Tenn
I A llurham. Ala I A McLarty, Tenn
V 1 button, Miaa II Mallahan, Miai
J A Andrewa, Mill J L Sutton, Miaa
J Moore, Tenn J T Brownloe, Miaa
Mr; l'ritcliyrd, Mill CWCoudant, Mo
W L Hondi.tte, Tex J Evim, Ark
JT Foodfon As, Ark W A Bright, Ark
8 8 Dawn, Miaa Mra 0 L Jonea, Miai
DurTy'a Batropran Hotel.
Corner of Adami and Main atreeta. Rooma.
60o, 75o aod II per day; Amerioan Plan,
, li per day.
. .."It!!. r!RiUurant in the Hotel.
J. M. Dill i (19 yeara with Peabody llotel),
J J Worrell, Tenn
T P Cbeaaen, Ark
8 Bt-tewart, Tenn
A R Caabeer, Ark
II F Adami, Ark
V W Henry. Ark
K M Jonra, Tena
CJ Donnely. Ohio
L W Smith, Tenn
H Wiekiter, Tenn
J N Harrison, lenn
i 0 Fitapatnok. Ark
K A Herkina, Tena
W P Painter. T.nn
(1 II Kuhl. Kv
G Oueniel, jr, Tenn
II liuah, Tenn
H L Laiham, Ark
A LKIIia. Ind
M M Cowan, Mo
W H Rook, Tenn
W II Coffy. Ark
Mra Pope A lo, Ark
W T Jackson, Tenn
J V Neil, kv
- - . - ..... .i.,.i,g, i,n,
Mra l erguaun. Miaa J L Harr.tt. T.nn
mra nicwuire, Miie
O V? bailey. Ky W II Crauchly, N Y
M J Hooker, Ark C M Coyle. Tenn
II II Williams. Tena W L Adama, Mo
W II Adami, Mo J 0 Maleont, Ua
JH rennyman.Tenn C J Wildman, Mo
J M Uinott, NY R R Kicharda, Ind
P H Khedea, Tenn W 8 Jackson, Tenn
F T S ea, Misa M L llutch.ns. Ark
P M Morna, leaa SB Stewart, Tenn
Monogram It angle Wnllord
Tna Aint'trorg Furniture Company
have juHt rtceived an elegant line of
rattan ai d reed rot kers. All the new
est patterns 272 Second street.
' ' . -
WolldNllyyrwara at lrlnlt'ord'a
IS a.tMOVSl) 11V TUB Dai Olf COOOASINI,
And it etimnlaies and promote the
growth of the hair.
Vr rnl t's FhvoriDg Fvrrarta are tha
Muiford, Jeweler. 204 Slain, an.
liclts orders from the country.
APPEAL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1886.
0 mm goul mm mm j aa aaaj
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 cams that makes
him wealLhv. Tr ii what he saves.
It is easier to spend money than it is
to earn it. Therefore, when you
spend it see that you get full value
Clothing is a necessity of life. We
have to' dress. The laws of civili
zation demand it Clothing costs
money, and the MISFIT CLOTH
ING PARLORS, No. 202 Second
Street, will givo you more for your
money than you can obtain elsewhere
Why Misfits Are the
1. Because you are sure of getting
2. Because tailor garments are al
ways well made.
3. Because you get the best of
clothing for less than half its
4. Because, although they are called
"Misfits," you get better fits
than you can flud among ready
- made clothing.
5. Because you really gain what the
6. Because you get clothing that
was made to bring double what
you pay for it.
7. Because you are always oertain
of getting full value for your
8. Because Misfits are really the
Our New Goods.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors
are now displaying hundreds of Fine
. We have the finest assortment of
Pants in Memphis.
We show a nico line of beautiful
jrOnr strong point la tbat we
Vet Clothing very low, and are
therefore able to aell It very low.
We give) yon the Beat llotnlna;
for the Leaat Honey.
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
N. B. Remember, all alterations to In
sure a perleot fit dona free of oharge.
V-Open Evenings until ; Satur
nrdaya. wtitll 11.
Mrs. J. II. Slater, teacher of Ger
man, Oayoso Hotel.
Mrs, Viani, dre:s making, removed
to No. 50 Avery street.
P. M. Stanley, funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison street.
Thkhb is no better coal than Ala
bama Splint. Office, 278 Second street.
The Keirvllle Fair will commence
on Tuesday, the 12th instant, and con
tinue four days.
Dim Mitciirll it Madry have re
moved their GflicR to their new sana
torium building, No. Ill Court street.
P. M. Pattbhson it Co. are receiving
large sbioments of Alabama Splint
coal, clean and dry from the . cars.
Oflice, 278 Second street.
Mrs. Lily Loiitv will take a limited
number of pupils in instrumental mu
sic, blie is a competent teacher.
CARRIE M. KEATING.
Mihs Cabrib M. Keating, niantst.
may be found at the store of E. Wita
mann & Co.. 221 and 223 Second
street, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. every day.
Q. W. Mili.br A Co.. Patent Asbestos
Fire Proof .Roofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. No. 55
The Herbal Ohlll Cur, the best
tonioand anti-perlodle known. A eertaln
and inre oure for ehilli. Price $1 per bot
tle. Send itampi for oirouinri. Any ref
erenoe alien. - Addreai John 0. Ranker,
Mies Upton is cow at 402 Shelby
street, southeast corner of McCall, op
posite the uayoso Hotel, prepared to
make dresses in the latest styles. Good
work and reasonable prices.
Owing to the paints and decorations
not being dry, we have postponed our
formal cpsDinit nntil Thursday, the
7th inBtant. Respectfully,
FLOYP A CO..
eucreai.ri to 0. N. Erich.
All authorities agree tbat the milk
of a healthy mother is the best food
for an infant. Aext totbis, and con
taining all the element for perfect
nutrition, is Mellin's Food, which,
after a long test, j8 highly indorsed by
prominent medical men.
Deserving op Confidence. There
is no article which so richly deserves
the entire confidence of the commun
ity as Brown's Bronchial Troches.
Those suffering from Asthmatic and
Bronchial diseases, Coughs and Colds,
should try them. Price 25 cents.
The "Exposition Universelle de Part
Culm airs" awarded the highest hon
ors to Angostura Bitters as the most
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. . li. Biegert A Hons, ana Be
ware of imitations,
Fine Watch repairing; at Maltbrd's.
$9.00 to St. Louis and Bet urn.
Tickets on sale via the Chesapeake
and Ohio route, October 2d to OtU in
clusive, good rtttiruing until Octaber
litn, at oil. umce unuer reauouy
11HVI1 W V -W 1.1
mimjiMJua v. Mit .E.lt, I rraiucuu " "
MEMPHIS SADDLERY' CO.
No8. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENTT..
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
SADDJT.BY II TIB WAKE AO LEATIIEK.
tT SPECIAL PKICES to Railroad a'- leve Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness.
JAMES If. UOODBAR.
BOOTS & SHOES
IMn. ota M4I7V
awOurFall and Winter Block of BOOT A
ia now oomulete. and we invii. the Merchant!
omplete, and we invite the Merchanti vilitins Memt.hu to call and examine the eame. The fact that we aell mora than any other
re, and perhapa more than any houae aomh ol the Ohio river, i. auffinient evidence that our goon a and nricea i are aatia ectory to
le. We Btitl carrv a large line of ;lIHTOM-MAOK UOODN, inoluJina the oe ebrated tleo. Hocker Calf Boota. Kriprendorf,
i Co.'i Ladiea' Kid, Uoat and Call, beaidea a large variety of other makai. Our Kaatern made goodj cannot he aurpMsedby
e. niveoaaoall. mn.nam;Hi p"'
Buy Only the Best and
CUII.De' St'llOOl. HnOES ARE
We olTer you Hoy a' Good, Ntrong,
Neat Billion Snoea, audi a you
never bona" lit before for leas than
83 2d to 83 SO, the alaea rnanlug
f rom 11 to 3.
We aell an Excellent Bonble Tip
ped eihoe for Children, 4 to 7,
worth rriciilnr 81 OO. For 81 29,
eame hind, alaea 7 1-2 to 10 1-2,
worth regular 81 85.
M-Children'i and Miaaea' School Fhoea
heaper Than Ever, or Anywhere Else.
Call and Convince Youraelvei.
FOIt $3 OO
Ton can bny of n a pair of La
dles' Kid Button Nhoea that yon
cannot anbiatltnte elsewhere for
We olTer yon Ladiea' Pebbled Goat
Button Nhoea, fully worth 83 79.
FOR $3 OO
You can bny a pair of Men's Gal
ten, Lace Bale or Button Bboee,
full stock calfakin, teamleas
vamp, solid sole leather and
counter, every pair warranted,
worth at least 83 70 to $4 OO
FOR $1 25
Ton can bny of ns a pair of Hen's
Blltehdown Buckle or Tie Shoes
that cost yon elaewbere 81 70. .
ZELLNER &, CO.
Deviled Crabs, Shrimp. '
Salmon, Fresh Can Mackerel,
Brook Tront, Oysters,
Mackerel in Tomato Catsup,
Sweet StnHed Pickles,
Sour Pickles by thecal, and in Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Relish,
Wooster Banco, Tomato Catsup,
Capers, Hastard, Curry Powder,
Salad Dressing, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheese, Celery Sauce,
Celery Salt, Etc., Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Importeri and doaleri la Gums, Ammu
nition and r'iMliUm Tewkle, U-tidera'
Hardware, llflv tiell and Aa
nnncintorHlcr Hn'"l'id Keaidenroi.KI-l
Main street, it.a.ri;;, Venn. Klectrlc
anpplioi alwayi on hr.n.i. Kepairlnat ueatly
SHEA & McCAKTHY,Propr
140,142,144 Front, Memphis.
Off 1 07 THK LAR9K8T BOILJB 8H0PB
In the South, aod the only oomp eU
Boiler and Soeet-Irozi Worki in theolty.
Mannfaet-rers of heavy plate Iron
, 4..iiillAn. Kn.nl.!
a.eAe lv -u-(lon work.
Imnortar and Dealer la
Guns, Flshlns; Tackle and Sporta.
men's Snppllea. tmr Speoial attenUoo
given to MANUFACTURING and Bl
413 lWln Wt, Mfiiitnlilw. Tenn
Young & Brotber.
Booksellers and Stationer?,
218 MtB St., Memphis, Tenn
A KIW SUPPLY OF
IMPORTER AND DXAI.KR HI
Huns, AmmnnltloD, Flshln TackJe
p.nd Nnortstnenh' Mippllos.,
W HOLKSA LB AND RBTAIL.
234 Main Street, Memphis, Tenni
. i r. . . t m U..i.ina al Utltlai ft
BtwsUltT. Lwrgftyt Stock. Betwortinnt
Urethral Stricture Cured!
rmr ivhm AM.NT.
Removal Complete. Neither knife, cauitio
nor unauon. io paio.
Adr'a DU. li. W. 1WTHILL,
BtfX 134. ATLAHTA, A.
WM. I,. ILAKK. E. J. CARRI.VGTOSf .
BID HOF.S-the largeat in this market, and
viaitinx Memtinn to call and examine tne
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, ::::::: $100,000.
Intoront Paid om. Deposits.
OPEN SATURDAYS US I It. 7 O'ttuCtt P.M.
M. H. KATZESBERGEB, rredeiit.0 T. KATZEXI5ERGER. Cashier.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
W. a. CARROLL,
JOnN A. DENIE,
J. W. bCUOUR,
Z. N. ESTE8.
(SUCCESSORS TO ESTES, DOAN t CO.)
WLolesale Grocers and CottouFacIors
Ncs. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
ERID REPUBLIC CIGARROS
Have attained, hai induced unprincipled manufacturer! to plaoeon the market a ban
imitation. We hereby caution the public that all Uenuine Cigarroi will bear m. Hi.li teal
on each box, and our Factory Number, 200, 8l Dialrlct, ti. T,
The only all long Havana filler cigar on tbe market for B eenta.
03310. 3E. IjIBB cto CO.,
Eaclory 300, 3d District, A Y.
MOON & JOYIIER, Wholesale Agents,
"THE STANDARD OF THE WORLD.
PARL01. AND CHAPEL STYLES, 325.00 AND UPWARD.
aarTKRMS Caih, or eaay Monthly Initallmenti. Write for Illuitratei Catalecae.-M
O. TSL. HOITCKL db CO.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE SOUTHWEST,
XCo. 888 XbCnlaa. St., Mompliln, Tenn.
. 11 Union Street, Masbvllle. Wo. llOtt Ollvo Street, St. LortC
Wholesale Dealers and Publishers,
Sole Agenta for the following Fint-Claaa Inatruments;
STEIISTWA-Y ad IvN"A.33E
PIANOS-Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
OKGANSi Clough & Yarren, and Smith American.
beb-A NEW 7-OCTAVE PIANO FOR IBO.-
Write for Catalogue;. Xom. 221 aud 22:i Second Mreet, Memphis.
(fcUCt ESSORS TO S. L. LEE), JOBBERS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
275 Main Mreet. Opp. Court Square, Memphis Tenn.
JUST RECEIVING AND IN STORE,
1,000 bags New Crop (Season 1886), Rio Coflee.
3,000 kcK Iron and Steel Mails best brands.
1,000 barrels Kcllned Sugar-all grades.
lOO barrels Mew Crop (reason 1880), Klec.
' l,SOO pkgs. Lent and Refined L,ard.
150 lierecs Canvassed Hams.
100 boxes Breakfast Raeon.
1,000 bags Shot, Powder and Caps.
1-AOOO boxes Canned Hoods, Sardines, Oysters, Etc.
1,000 bxs. pure Ivew Cream Cheese silver Moon Itrand.
1,000 bags hand-pleked Virginia and Tennessee Peanuts.
IWannfaetiirers of the celebrated brands of SIL
VER MOON and MKMflll Pure Stick Candy, aud Raking
Importers of Foreign Fruits, Lemons, Oranges,
Raisins, Xnts, Ete.
Nos. 284 and 2SG Main Street. : Memphis, Tenn.
ts and Slioes
361 3VXAI3NT ST.
-AUR bTOCK OP BO0T3 AND SHOES FOR FALTj AND WINTER WEAR 18 MORE
U comple e than ever, oompriaing not only the beat and fineat but also lull linea of me
dium, durable and itliah Booda, which we offer at low figure!.
TO THE TRADE we offer apeolal Inducementa. Ca'rvinr moat of onr goodl in
SOLID S17.KS, we are prepared to fill ordera lor apecial mea at M) tAjKA tOof, thua
enabling Merchant! to fill in without boing compelled to buy good! not needed.
AIDXEaSL BRO. dS3 CO.
AKenls for the Celebrated W. L. nnnli3 Men's Calf Shoes nnd M
Bojl' Shoes In nil sljlea.1
or ILLUSTRATED CATALOG UBIAND PRICK LIST MAILED FREE.-
Fe MEYEK, het'y and lYea.
F. G. JOS EH.
oneof the largeat to be jonnd in anj marlet-
eame. idbibuv ." -
T. F. TOBIN,
J. H. P.ISC0E,
A. B. MEYERS.
M . '
W. B. DO AN;