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BAHMD TISE TABLE.
IoiIktIHn'' uniiiM4 Texas R'l
ua alter Mar 1.1SSS, paeret tratni OB
thii rod will run Mioiiowi
....1 10:63 p.m
With all linei enUrirsMemphU.
M. Jt r n A. IV. lor ii.iena.
reenvllle ana uaniinaiou, ana su
T-With V. A M. and V.. B. ft P. Railroad..
S-With N., J. AO. R. K. lor ilatohea and
F For Pointi on tha Branch.
e-With lUamari lor Bayon Bara. -H
With railroad! dinning tor Florida,
Texai and CoanUpointi.
A". m'kDWAhXs, V. P.andO. M.
A. J.KNAHP. 0. P. A.
Mississippi anal Tennessee. TTatni
mora at follow! : iiew Orleans nail arrival
daily at ia.m.( learai daily at 6:00 p.m.
Hewport News and Hlaalaslppl Val
ley. Trainl moT aa tollowi: fait line
leavei at 10:00 a.m. bt. Lonii fat line
iaarai at 6:30 p.m. t Fast lina arrival at 1 :30
p.m. I St. Lonii fait Una arrival at :05 a.m.
Louisville and ajnsbvllle Trelni
mova a follow! i Fait mail arrival daily at
6 lis a.m. I laaval at 10:10 p.m.) mail laaval
daily at 10:10 a.m. I arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Erowpiville aooommodatiom laaval daily
eio.pt fiundey, at 6:00 p.m.: arr vei daily,
loaptBondaf ,atS:60 a.m. (itandardtiroe).
Held Maul HouapiilB) Traini laav M. and
T. depot a follow! : No. 4, Kjniaa CMty ai-
ria. laavaa at iu:o a.m.: w.
Cltv emre.i. arrival at SiAO p.m
Kaniaa City mall, leave atn:no p.m
V.n.u Cltv mail, arrival at
S,Bt. Louii and Chlcaaoeip
6:00 p.m. I Na. 1, Bt. Louie a
prM, arrival at 8:46 a.m. la
April is. iiw.
lemphls and Charleston Train!
mova ai rollowi: jnrouan eipr... .
dally at 10:40 p.m. Mail and eznreii leave!
daily at 10:00 a m. Bomarvlll accommoda
tion laaval daily, aioapt Sunday, at i:M
p.m. Thronthaipraii arrlvaidaily at 6:26
a.m. Mail and aipran arrive; daily at 1C:00
S.m. Bomervilla aooommodatloa arrival
ally, eioept Snnday. at fi 1 :30 a.m.
Heme HlruilDMra and Allan-
ile-Uofi Bi.rlni Koots-Tralna mors !
followit No.l leave. Mamphii dally at8:4S
pm7 arrival at Holly Kpringi lat 6:58 p.m.i
So. i laavai Holly fli.rlnii daily at 9:00
a.m., arrival at Momi.hli at 10:10 a.m. I No.
6 1 saw Mamphii daily at 7:16 p.m., arrival
St Holly Bprinii at 11 :45 p.m. No. 6 laaval
oIlyBprlnri dally at Hi 15 a.m., arrival at
Mamphii at 6:46 a.m. .,
Mamphla aud Little Korh. Traini
mora ai follow! (central standard time);
No. 1 laaval daily at 4:20' p.m. arrival at
V :66 p.m. No, J laaval at 6:66 a.m. I arrival
at i60 a.m. No. 6 (freight) leave! Hopafiald
dally (ezoept Bnnday) at 6:00. a.m.! arrival
at 7:10 p.m.
' TIIE WEATHER.
For Tenntmn anil Kentucky: Fair
watlter; toulherly windi; neurly station
For Alabama, Sfiti$ipii and Louis
iana: Generally fair vxallier; toittheatter
ly windt; nearly ttationary temperature.
"" time. Br." Tner. Wind. W Wr
7:00 a.m. 30,112 58 0 N. Clear.
3:00p.m.l0.0(i:! 80.0 N.W. 'Jlear.
lOiOOp.m 30.0HH 08.0 RE. Olgar.
-Alaxlmum temperature, nz.u.
Minimum temperature, 57.0.
Osone, 11 a.m., 1.
! (he Votton Boaioa.
,.i .. . w Stoif al Sbbvici, U. 8. Abmt,
, : " ' October 7, 1880-0 p.m. J
Division of teleRrams and reports lor
tha baneflt oi commerce and aaricul-
s rtre. Ootton renion bulletin for the
twentv-fonr houra ending October 7th,
a! A A'Alnntr nm.
Holly Hpringu ..
a B B
Fire alarms were plentiful yester
day, The Criminal Court la busy with
darky killing cases.
Ex Gov. Marks speaks on the
bluff toraorrow night.
Messrs. Pbelan and Taylor locked
horos at Atcka yeetordiy.
The racers are arriving. A string
ot seventeen arrived day before yester
day. The Devil's Aartinn Company ap
pears at the Memphis Theater next
The Chickasaw Guards expect to
enter trie coming arm at Washington,
and wi 1 s.on brgin preparations fjr it
. Beverly Hunt plead guilty in the
Criminal Court yesterday to playing
baseball on Sunday, and was fined' $25.
Justice Barry tried his first case is
Police Jndge yesterday a fight. Tbe
defendant was told to go hia way and
The Levee Commissioners of the
Fifth Levee District of Louisiana are
advertising forbid for a large amount
of levee work.
The ladies turned out in force yes
terday to admire the many pretty
things shown at the big dry goods and
The effort to have a meeting of
the Courjcil yetWday fa led for want
of a quotum. No one nnnwered ex
cept Mr. Kind e, who is always on
Lowens'oin's n-.w building, which
is to cost (150,000, w 11 be five s ories
high, with A doable cellar, built of
brick, iron and stone, and wiilbecom-
ple.ed August lit.
The Legislative camrai.ni seems
lo lag. II Shelby f onoly desirf s prop
er reprf sntatlon a great deal is lo be
ene between this and the dnjr oi
election, which. Is; rot lar cu.
President HadJen wa auccesfful.
The result of his visit to Toronto was
the passage of a resolution on the part
of the American Public Health Asso
ciation to hold its next session here.
n T) WnoilroD. of Ottonein,
Miss., writfs the Appeal fmV'nt in
formation of William B. Clarke, who
was last heard of at Memphis in 1 8(17,
when he was engaged in tbebuaioesi
of putting en gravel roofs.
Loud cries of distress and an agon
izing appeal for help were heaau on
the Mam street side of Court Square
about 1 o'clock last night, but several
persons who run at once In that direc
tion were unable to find the victim.
A cabinet s'ze photograph of
Miss Lizzie Evans is to be presented
to thoi9 who attend the matinee to
morrow. A lithograph of the KaHern
manager who his raised the price of
matinee sea's to $1 mUht be a better
drawing card more of a curiosity.
Lloenasa to marry were issued
yesterday to Armiatead Johnson and
Tennis Craig, John It. Love and An
nie B. Mosely, John H. Scruggs and
Maggie Read, Alfred Williams and
Annie Black, Wm. Lawyer and Ruchel
Gregory, W. D. Scruggs and Mrs. W.
Mr. Henry F, Walsh has resigned
his position as deputy clerk in the
Chancery Court, and will devote him-
olff tn tha nri ctii-n of law. His veers
of clote study in the Chancery Clerk s
cilice will be of the greatest va ue to
him, and, with his ambition, he is
suie to take prominent rank at the
bar. All who know him are his well
Chancellor Ellett issued th fol
lowing order yesterday: The Clerk
and Master having, ss required by
law, made his report to this term stst-Iro-
the amounts of money in blH
ofllee and trie cases to which the sev
eral sums belong, showing an aggre
gate amount ot $110,159 41 in hia
tmnds, it is ordered that the Barae be
filed for the inspection of the court
and of the attorneys, solicitors and
partits It.twested: and it is fii'tbr
ordered that H. E. Gtodlet', II. A.
Hunter and W. J. Freeman be ap
pointed to examine sa d report and
money, to see that the same is correct
in avnrv rosnect. and that ther make
report thereof to this court The
Ohanoellnr, as required by section. 378
of the Code, havinn examined tiie
bonds of the Clerk and Maaler, is
atisQed that they are in conformity to
law, and tbat the sureties on the same
are Rood and solvent and worth the
cunalties tf the bonds respectively,
and accordingly directs this oalry to
be made in the minutes.
The recommendations of the Mir
sippl River Commisnion as to the ex
penditure of ths river and harbor
fund for the lower Mississippi have
been approved by the War Depart
ment, and forwarded to the officer in
charge ol tbat work. They approve
of tbe proposed expenditure fur the
continuance of the work on the Mem
phis harbor. They recommend the
beginning of work for the rectifica
tion of the Red and Atchafalaya
rivers, and the work of repairs
to leveea at Delta Point. They give
140,000 for the construction of the
Morganla 'levee, provided the Sta'e
will innma tha remainder, and also
appropriate liberally for other work
1 KiPMmnViia. All tha reoommenda
I.. ... ' t . . . .'
t'ons of the commitslon ate approved
hv tha War Danartmont. Ureat satis
faction is felt among tbe friends of the
levee system that work on tbe leveea
la to be thus begun.
DO TOUR 81I0rriN(i TODAY,
AS OUR STORE
IV 111 Uo Cloned Tomorrow
In observance of tha Jewish
Onr Orand Exposition of Paris
Millinery, imported Wrapf, Ktlks,
Velvet, Plushes and flno Dross
Hoods will be continued TODAY.
Une (ltia)od and unrivaled fir "ex
tent,'1 "beauty" and "variety."
DO YOUR SIIOri'IMl TODAY.
100 dor,en Children's Ribbed Ho?e,
white feet, at 19c a pair, worth
60 drzen Men's B.lbiiggan Hose,
six paiis for (1, worth double.
IN CII1KA DEPARTMENT.
At 50c. Brlttanla Castors, with five
en araved bottles, fortnorly $2.
At 25c, large Brass Trays.worth 00c.
DO YOUR SHOPPING TODAY.
We oiler Special Bargains today in
tieallemen'e DreH Bulla,
Uentlf rara'e llailaeaa Malta,
From $10 to $20.
GOO Boys' All Wool Snits at 5 75.
Chkhtnut Gomos given away to
tbo boys between 10 and 11 o'clock
today, in our Clothing Department.
HATH. HATS. HATS.
1000 Men's Derby Hats at $1, equal
to the beat T- hat.
1000 Boys' Polo Caps at 25c.
remember the "Chestnut
MENKEN & COMPANY.
flue Watch repairing at Mulford'a.
The bonnet, litis and other articles
at Lavigne's, Odd Fellows' Building.
Nellil NlUerwHrei Hi Wnllord'S
'Onr Baby's rirst Tear."
by Marion Harland,- with other valua
ble Information; I rty-eiuht pane book.
Sent free on receipt cf 2 cent stamp.
Address Reed & Carnrick, MercanUle
Exchange Building, New York City.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FHI DAY,
W. H. BINGHAM... MmiQiB.
European plan. Knlarged and refarniiaed.
It ricn aocordioi to liia and luo- j
tin V! ro ,
id White. La t Rlifrer, Tenn
Mr j Meaglea As, Ark II Parka, Tenn
L Herman, Ohio 8 Wolf man, Tenn
J 8 bliiniier, Ark W lirkdale. Mm
JAUverDy, Ky W J lloaan, Mill
J M Coleman. Tenn U W Kt'orlu, 111
J P Kinnie, Tenn OC White, Ark
B M Turnley. Tenn K M Thoma, Mo
II W Pott, N Y A A Weill, Mich
W OKainey &w,Mlia F M Weill, Tenn
JCohn, Ky Mn I H Uinchif.M II
Mn MclJaniol, Misi M 8 Jay. Tenn
J il Lealie.Tonn Mini U llodgoi. Ark
hi MuCombi, Mill B Porkinl. MiM ,
M P Moore, Mill 1 Nichlon. Ind
J H Thorp, Mii A M Litilojohn, Mii
J M IliiKhei. Ark J Fiihar, Miii
Wm. llowelll. Tenn H K Bearh, jr. Mim
J 0 Burim. Mi Mrf JO Burmif, Mini
.1 P La Prade, Mill B Michel, Mini
T P chumberf , Ark Nl) Allen, Mo
l) u nooeru, jnixi.
The New 4Jjoio.
FARRINOTON, STEWART A WHITE,
Kateft2 60 to $4 pat day, arcordins ta leea-
tinn of ruomi.
Jacob Weller, Tenn C J Hanki, Tenn
nnu v nuuiwri ink
(J R Auitier, N Y
QT Underwood, kai
W N McOrath, La
J W White, Mlia
M 8 Brown. Mill
B K Doyle, Ind
A K Darnel, N Y
C B Clay, Mill
Mi" HoiIkc". Ark
J 11 Bell, III ,
Henry Htewart, La
O 11 Mcdufl, Mail
Mr McLeod, Mini
T II Bomle, Ind
BII While, Ind
K J Burnett, N Y
C M VTtiy. xonn
N J Currier, Ark
H W Mitchell, Tenn
K J Combi, Mil!
J B (lorndon, MiM
RN liillman, N Y
H M llicki, Mo
R L Turner, Mo
II J Mod bee, Tei
T K Ilenderion, Ala
K H Miller, Ky
T M Himinon, Ala
W II Bird, Ark
D 11 U'llinan, Tenn
MrtO Green, La
J M Read. Klin
II J Hindi, him
H J Binipion, Tenn
Chai Kenton. Tenn
K R Jones, Miai
B E HoberU, N Y
Ihomai Reeie. Mo
C if Latham, Mo
Henry Barber, Tex
Bel cion Watkini, N Y
B M Wilson, Ky.
C J Thornton, Ky
W J Jackion, Ark
0 II Foot., Mo
W 8 Baxhaw, Tex
Mill C H Harper, La
1 B Senior, Ky
I) W Htewart, Tenn
III Maddox, Mil.
W A Nettleton, Kai
W W Wood, Ky
J R fctewart, Tenn
Wm Harper, Tenn
M K Parent, Ka
G II Nettleton, Kai
0. B. GALLOWAY CO Piopmktoes.
Katei Si M) and 13 prr day. aeording to
lie and looation of room Bpeoial
H A Allen, Va J A Mahnod, Va .
C 11 DrfKhneld, NY M C Ilreihfield, N Y
Leon Abeloi. N Y J O Wilber, I
A J Kerley, NY M Klauirhter, Ga
A Griman, Tex VT 11 Moria. Mall
II U Blake, III Mn J W Folk, Ark
W HIJaviiAw.Ark N Bill, Toon
I Morrla, Tenn MnMB Haraa. Tenn
Mill M Havage.Tenn G L Danlorth, Ky
Mn B Taylor, Tenn II M Cole, Ky
L Frank, N Y FOhaney, NY
W F Jaokion, Ark M J Bieming Tenn
Mind Bin ing.Tinn W II Nioholi, N Y
A Moore, Mo , J I IRi. Mo
II Murdook, Mo M llornhi liner, Mo
J B Parker, Mo 0 11 Ingenon, Tenn
John R Gage, Mill K J Uryor, Mug
T It (Jnwan. Mis!
a uurry, rnua
J W Pope, Ark
K M Baggott Aw, Mill
T B Yancey, Tenn
G L Brinkinnn, Mo
EP Smith, Misi
f 0 Calohingi, Mill
(1 W Bnrdine, Ky
w II Uoleinan, Tenn
W P Moliath, Mill
F D Mabry, Mm
J L Hull, Ohio
M It ('..Ulna. Mill
L White, Ky
M l..nul.lmn Jtw.T.a WRGra.sl. Va
J Hkinnar, Mill 11 M Klikley, Mo
J W Alliion, Tenn J Marx, N Y
Dufl 'a European Hotel.
Corner of Adami and Main ttreeti. Roomi.
60o, 75o and II per day ; Amaiican Plan,
ft per day.
Firt olnmltentaurant In the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 yean with Peabody Hotel),
JM Cole. Tenn
V Shepherd, Mil!
J Rliruder, Mill
G Humphries, Tenn
W L Kennedy.Ky
LT Baldwin, Tenn
C Uuontal. jr, Tenn
Co Buokelow, Ark
W Johnion Aw, Ark
K M Fuller, Teon
f A Overall, Tenn
M M Prsdfnnl, Tenn
M 11 Phyfer, Mill
J B Chaplin, Ark
W II Khinook. Ky
W Mitchell, Mo
TW Henry, Ark
W J Bennett, Tenn
G MoCormiok, Tenn
1, Karibwood, Tenn
W U Crouohly, II Y
MJ White, Ark
0 0 Warner, Ohin
W II Thomai. Ark '
G M Daily, ivy, .
II T Jamiion, ind
P M Manning, Ua
O L Jnnel, ua
II T Carrutheri, Tex
J L Cunningham, N 0 J II Rohrer Aw, Kai
K G.orn. Mo
W B Adami, Mo
M Adimi, Me
M Hunter. Ark
K L Wilder, Ky
J T Row., Tens
O II Tate, Mill
W M Aldrich, Tex
H M Ford, Tann.
M K Wilion.ua
11 II Minor. On
T J Maioolm.Tenn
II. LO WENSTEIN & BROS.
Tomorrow (SATURDAY) be
Our Wholesale and Rotail Stores
Will Be Closed.
it. i on i:s 1 1 1 a linos.
Dancing Academy is open for the sea
son atinnlsfail Hall, earner Jefferson
and Second streets. Cbildren and
Misses' OIb Wednesday at 3 p m.and
Saturday 1:30 p.m. Lsdirs and Gents'
Clan 8 p.m. same days. He will give a
grand promenade concert and matinee
every Saturday from 3:30 ts 5 p.m.,
with a fine orchestra ot twelve musi
cians. All persons attending the mat
inees will be instructed in all the
latest styles cf dancing during matinee
houra. AdmieBion 10 cents.
Three smart voutlis who can
write well, and three bright young
girls aa salesladies; also one at
model in (Jloak Department.
MENKEN & COMPANY.
Monogram Itawylea Mn I lord
Tin Arm'trong Furniture Company
have just received an elegant line of
rattan and reed rorkere. All the new
est patterns 272 Hecond street.
Order Mnltord Made Medals.
All stylos and prices to order.
Memphis Hleam Shirt Factory, 224
Datli! IIhIUhI Hatha!
Clear water, fresh a r, warm rooms;
baths of a'l descriptions at No. 222
Hecond street, near Adams.
Molforu, Jeweler, 21)4 Main,
Kelts orders from the country.
Dyeing aud Cleaning.
Ladles and rhuU' clothes clesned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and luce curtains by
Louis Relgol, 68 Jetl'eraon street, Mem
phis, Tenn, Goods received by expreee.
Free To St. Louis
How to Go. From the Bluff
City to the Koand City
The Plan as Arranged by the
Misfit Clothing Parlors.
THE ROUTE-Eithcr direct by
" river or by steamer to Belmont,
Mo., thence by rail, or all rail, via
Nashville and Cairo.
ACCOMMODATIONS Plenty of
room for all excursionists, but no I
sleeping-coaches on the boat, or no
steamboat bar on the cars.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors are
not issuing free tickets to St. Louis,
but any one buying a Suit and
Overcoat there cao save enough to
pay tbe expenses of the trip up the
When you buy a Suit or Overcoat
at the Misfit Clothing Parlors you
get really First-class Cloth and
First-class Work. You really got
Double Value lor your money, so
that the difference between our
prices for fine tuilor-mado clothing,
and what the tailor will charge you'
would pay for a trip to St. Louis.
Hundreds ot Fine Suits.
Tempting Array oi Spring Over
coats, Big Stock of Fine Pants,
all selling for less than the cloth in
Make no mistake, as Misfits will
save you many dollars,
Open evenings until 9 ; Saturdays,
Remember, all alterations to in-
sure a itrrect rity vyjnru ujvcj.ci
OF CHARGE, ly . a Frst-class
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Wqnare. Memphis. Tenn.
Mas. J. H. Klatkb, teacher of Ger
man, Gayoeo Hotel.
Mas. Viani, dress making, removed
to No. 56 Avery street.
P. M. Stanlkv, funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison street.
Thb KeirvlVle Fair will commence
on Tuesday, the l-'ih instant, and con
tinue four days.
Drs MiTcnatL & Machy have re
moved their oflices to their new sana
tarium building, No. Ill Court street.
T. M. Pattbrhon & Co. are receiving
large shipments of Alabama Splint
corI, clean and dry from the cars.
Office, 278 Second street.
Miss Carbib M. Kkatinq, pianis,
mav be fonnd at the store of E. Witz
rastin & Co., 221 and 223 Second
street, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. every day
till the 15th instant; after that time at
the Gayoso Hotel.
G. W. Mili.br & Co., Patent Asbestos
Fire Proof Robfors. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and Rravel roofs. No. 55
Owiko to the pain's and decorations
not being dry, we have postponed our
formal opening until Thursday, the
7th instant. Respectfully, ,
FLOYD A CO..
Supooiisr to 0. N. Krloh.
All authorities agree tbat the milk
of a healthy mother is the best food
for an infant. Next to this, and con
taining all tbe e'ementi for perfect
nutrition, is Mellin's Food, which,
alter a long test, la highly indorsed by
prominent medical men.
The Hon. Zack Taylor, the nominee
of the Republican parly for Congress,
and Mr. James Phelan, nominee ot
the Democratic party for Congresp,
will address tse citizens of the Tenth
Congressional District, in joint dis
cussion, at tne time ana places uuueu
Atoka, Friday. Oct. 8, 1 p. m.
Dnvinston. Saturday. Oct. 9, 1 p.m.
Tabernacle, Monday, Oct. li, 1 p.m.
Battlett. Tuefdny, Oct. 12, 1 p.m.
Brunswick, Wednesday, Oct. 13,
Germantown, Thursday, Oct., 14, 1
P Colliervllle, Friday, Oct. 15, 1 p.m.
Somerville, Saturday, Oat. 16, 1 p.m.
LaGrange, Monday, Oc. 18, 1 p.m.
Williston, Tuesday, Oct. 19, 10 a.m.
Moacow, Tuecday, Oct. 10, 4 pm.
Pocahontas, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 10
Mlddleton, Wednesday, Oct, 20, 4
Baulsbury, Thursday, Oct 21, 10 a.m.
Grand Junction, Thursdtfy, Oct 21,
Toors, Friday, Oct. 22, 10 a.m.
Bnlivar, Saturday, Oct. 23, 1 p.m.
Whitevlllo, Monday, Oct. 25, 1 p.m.
Whitehaven, Wedneaday, Oct. 27, 1
Oapleville, Thursday, Oct. 28, 1 p.m.
Memphis, Friday, Oct. 7:30 p.m.,
at Kxpositioa Building.
Mason, Saturday, O. t. 30, 1 p.m.
W. J. SMITH,
Chn. Republican Cng. Committee.
Chn. Democratic Cent. Committee.
OCTOBER 8, 1886.
JAMES C. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Mob. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENK..
MANUFACTURERS AIM JOBBERS
SA5IF fill Y II- BDWABE AXI
IQT SrECIlL PRICES to Railroad ant. leiee Contractors for Wagon,
JAHES M. CIOODDAB.
GOODBAB & COMPART Y
BOOT & SSKEOES
No. 319 MAIX STREET MEMPHIS, TESXESSEE.
asa-Onr Fall and Wlntar Stock of BOOTS AHD SIIOES-tha lartett in thi market, and one of the largest io be fpnnd !b an: r market-
U now eomplete, and we invite the Merchant! viaitmg Memnhu to call and examine me aoj.
hou.e hV..VnP.r.bap. more than anrhon.e.onjhot
th tr.(l. Wa Itl fl.rrv a iRrur. Itn. OI i;nniuniiiw uvvi,n, mmu.uii .u. wo
Dittman k Co.'i Ladiei1
Kid, Qoat and l'alt,
anyhone. OIt. a mil
Buy Only the Best and
Save Money !
ZELLNER & CO.'S
SCIIOOI. SHOES ARE
FOR 1 75
We offer yon Bije' eood, Ntrona;,
Neat Bnlton Shoea, inch aa yon
never bought before Tor leni (nan
83 A to 83 SO, tbe elaee rnnnloK
from 11 to a.
FOR $1 25
We sell an Excellent Double Tip
ped Shoe for Children, 4 to 7,
worlb regular 81 BO. For 1 2S,
anrne kind, ttlaoa 7 1-3 to 10 1-2,
worth regular 81 85.
e-Chil(lren'i and Miaset' School Phoes
cneaper man urer, or Anywnere iee.
Call and Convinoe Yourselvea.
FOR &3 OO
Ton can buy of na a pair of )La
dlea Kid Button Shoe that yon
cannot aubatltnte elsewhere for
We offer yon Ladlea' Pebbled Goat
Button Shoes, fully worth 83 7o.
FOR $3 OO
Ton can buy a pair of Men's Oai.
tern, jLace Bals or Button fehoea,
full stock calfshin, seamless
varan, solid sole leather and
counter, every pair warrantea,
worth at least 83 75 to 91 OO
FOR $1 25
Tan can buy or us a pair or Hen's
Btltebdown Buckle or Tie Shoes
tbat cost you el.ewhere 81 78.
ZELLNER & CO.
Deviled Crabs, Bnrlmp,
Salmon, Fresh Can Mackerel,
Brook Trout, Oysters,
Mackerel in Tomato Catsup,
Sweet Stuffed Pickles,
Sour Pickles by tbe sal. and in jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Relish,
Wooster Sauce, Tomato Catsup,
Capers, Mustard, Cnrry Powder,
Salad Dressing, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheese, Celery Sauee,
Celery Salt, Etc., Klc.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Importer! and dealer. In "ani7Y"
nllion and Fllil Tackle, KalUlers
. u .a i.in.i.1. Units anu An-
nnuelators for HoteU and Reiidenoe,84o
Main street, .; Ji. " "in, Tenn. Klectric
aunnliei alwan on fcantl. Repairing neatlj
Nil fa a McCarthy. Propr's,
140, H2, 144 Front, Memphis.
OKI Of TBI LAR0KST BOIL1R SHOPS
in ths South, and ths only o'nplet.
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Worm
aAnrunMM t hmff nlate iron
work of every demcrlptlon. SpeolaJ
attitntlna .a wl.w.ation worlc
Imnorter and Dealer la
Sana, Flsklna Taekla and B porta,
men's Bnppllea. mw Speoial attention
aivsa to MAHDIACT0BIN9 and Bl
413 Main WtMemiehia. Tenn
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationer?,
a IS Mala HU, Memphis, Tenn
a new nverw or
IMPORTER AND DIALER IB
Suns, AmmnnltloD, FlBhlnii Tackle
and Snnrtstnenf,' nmllcs.
W HOLKSALK AND RETAIL.
M4 Main Nirorl, Memphis, Tenm
M.rnrnrl. r,A HanairiniOt Ann!
Bpeeialty. L.rient Stock. Bent amortmen
Urethral Stricture Cured
I KE l'EBMANKXT,
RfinoTil Cnmnlata. Neither knife, eauitia
nor dilation. No pain. No hnmbua.
Adr's Dll. II. Hr. TlTIIIIliI'.
BOX 154. ATI.ASIA A.
E. J. JAKKI.TOJf.
besides a large yaneiy oi outr bum
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID TP CAPITAL, s : : s : : : 100,000
Iutorent Paid oaa Deposits.
OPEN SATlKIAV U Hi I lb 7 O'CLOCK P.M.
M. II. KATZEJiBEKGEF, Prudent.0 T. KATZESBERGER. Cashier.
W. il. CARROLL,
.Tflim A. T)RTIF.
J. W. BCBOKR.
Z. N. ESTES.
(SCCCEaaOBS TO ESTES, DOAN A.CO.J
Vlolesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Tb the Trade
Tlwra attained, hea Induced nnpr no pled
PmTtation. W.'hertbi oauUon .th.blf.
on eaoh boi, and our Faotor JSumber, UOO,
Xne only ail long Havana niier iurai,i""" . .
OBO. I. JjXBB ea CO.,
Factory 800, 3d Dlstrltt, N. Y.
. . . ts si n i 1 1 a, n
FOR SALE BY-S. A. Jraniioll, P. Carlin, U.
300N & JOYIJEB,
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STILES, fzo.vu ahu trtiAu.
aarTIRMS-Cuh. or eair Monthly InitallmenU. Write lor mwirawa vevaiesw.-a-i
. HOUCK fi3
HOI.R aflMTS FOB
No. B89 IVCaalxa. Ot.,
W. M Bnlon Street, MashTlUa. I
Sole Agent! for the following
1IAP0 Kranich &
OKANS Clough &Varren, and Smith American.
ee-A KBW 7-OCTAVE
Write for CataloRnen. No?. 221 and
27 Main Street. Opp. Tonrt Kgnare. Wetnplila.Tenn.
JBST BECEIY1HG AND IN STORE,
1,000 bags New Crop (Season 1886), IU Coflee.
IMM kegs Iron and Meel Nalls-bcst brands.
1,000 barrels Kenned Snsar-all Krades.
IOO barrel New Crop (aeaaon 16W6), Kiee.
1,500 kgs. iLeat and lleflned Lard.
150 tierces Canvassed Hams.
IOO boxes Breakfast Bacon.
1,000 hags Shot, Powder and Caps.
1 000 bixes Canned "ootls, Sardines, Oysters, Etc.
1 000 hia mure New Cream Cheese Mlver Moon Brand.
1,000 baKXaBd.K Virginia and Tennessee Peanuts.
Manufacturers or the ,eeVra,ed,braudIli,f
TEB MOON and JHEMP1I1 Pure Stick Candy, ami Baking
Powder. Importer(J of Foi.eig Frnlts, Lemons, Oranges,
Italslns, Nuts, Etc. .
Nos. 284 and 2Sfi Main Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
loots and Shoes
vIlR JTnrif Off BOOT3 AND SII0KS FOR FALL AND WINTKR WEAR 18 MORE
0U?oi JlC.Kthan?.voVpriRn SSureV"" "Ut B" 'UU
dinm. durable and .tlih good., whioh we ofer at low f"'- . . .
.nahiint Morohanti to Mt id without bing
HETEB, Kee'y and jTreaa,
Scraper and Cart Harness.
F. . JONES.
xne raoi mav , '".""f"
w. --. - ---
Kutern maile goods cannot he lurnsssed by
A. COHEN. . J.
T. F. TOBIN. A.
. S. MKYISHS.
IT . B. BOA5.
manntaoturers 10 piace
.11 S.aln. Cigarro. will bear
3d Oiatrlet, . . ,
J. lletiter, k. jatuwr, x.. . vampue.i . w
OF THE TVOBLD."
n aast fn a TY TTTaCSf A 11
Ha. 1100 Olive Street, 8. JLasUatj
and Ivs A. 13 ill
. KJijIi I.
Bacn, uaoier, ana wneeiocn.
PIANO rOK iho.-
82 Second Street, Memphis.
SNOKH TO S. JLi JLEK), JOBBERS OF
BJAND PRICK LIST MAILED FREE."
to bay goodi not needed.