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RAILROAD USE TABLE.
Miiwiirpi i.ut loiiTi.
and alter M lfwft P"nirer traini OB
tnil roaa win run mnuw . M
' Abl MAIL. booth. .Morlh.
t! iTJnZ. -l.C :B p.m 4:07 .m
ViiubaTr.r.rr.D..-.. io ... i.m ...
li,.0fleni- U ..- :." 6:00 p.m
CONNECTIONS.
A-WIth nil llneienurtnt Memphis.
lU With M. N. W. R. R. lor Helena.
C For Greenville and Hunting ton. and all
- tk5"WittV . fl. A P. Railroad..
Slw th N.. J. 0. R. A. lor Watches and
Jackson.
I-For Point! on tbs Br--With
lUemeri tor Bayou Bars.
H With railroad! dinning ior Florids,
JAH. M
Elm a M'o, v r. ana v. ju
A. J.KNAPP
. P. A.
IsalaalpM
anal Tennessee). Tralni
mora aa 10I10WII new urioau. wail rn,w.
aa lollowi
daily i :a.m.: leavei daily at D:UU em
Mewnort Neva ana iiwhipn vbi
lev. Train! toot
follow! : yt lino
i..t.i at 10:00 a.m. I bt. Louil fast line
leave! at 10:1
leave at t :30
a.m. i St. Lou
ht. Lon
Fait Una arrival at 1 :30
. i bt. Louil fait Una arrival at 9 :06 a.m
Louisville Nashville Tralni
fiovt M follown Fait mail arrival dally at
il5 a.m.: leavei at 10:10 p.m.! mall leavei
dally at 10:10 a.m.l arrival at 4:00 p.m.
1)....U1 .HAnrnmndkLlnm laevaa dai V
eioet't Sunday, at 6:K)p.m.t arrival daily,
xoept bandar, ats:Du a.m. viianuam uiuai.
n-ir uni.URiiuu tvlf v. Hprtna:
eld ana Memphis Tralni leave M. and
?. dapot aa followi: No. 4, Kftnaai City ai
rreai. laavai at 10:4ft a.m.) No. 3, Kamai
hi. ininii. arrival at sin" p.m. Ctn. l
Kaniaa City mall, laavai a6:l p.m. t NoJI
ST.... flli m.ll. arrival at 8:6 a.m. No
. hi. I.oali and Chtcaao ezprsaf, laavai at
I'.m . K- I HI Uii and Chloaeoai-
prM, arrival at an
April 1. HWft.
Memphis dad
Charleston Tralni
Through aipreil laavai
nova aa follow! I
daily at 10:40 p.m.
dally at 10:11 a m.
tion laavai dally,
Kail and aipraii leavei
bomervlllo aooommoda-
ament Sunday. etS::l
THrnn.hoinr.il arrival daily etoiaft
a.m! Mail and axpraii arrival daily at 1C:U0
-m. Hnmarvilla accommodation arrival
dall
Sally, sxnept Sunday, at :ao a.m.
.n.ku. Hlruiluuliam aud A(la
ti Bnfinrt Hnnt Train! mova a!
fottowi i No.1 laavai Memphli daily at 3:46
p m.k. arrival at Holly Hnringi at 5:58 p.mM
No. 3 Laval Holly Snrinii dully at 9:00
a.m., arri.rj at Matnpbli at umua.
leavei Manivhii dally at 7:18 p.m
arrival
at 11 oily Bprina.at 11:45 p.m.
fi oily Ki'rtnri daftj at 3:16 a.
I No. 6 laavai
m. arrtvai at
aj.mnhl. el o:w a.m.
nhls and IJwie Rofk. Train
mova ai followi (oantral ttandard tima)
Nn. 1 laavai da ly at :i p.at.i arrival
tMn.m. No. 3 laavai at B:o8 a.a. i arrival
at I iW a.m. No. K (freight) laavai nneflald
dally (ezoapt Sunday) at 6:00; a.m.l ar.Wol
at7U0 p.m
THE WEATHER.
ladleailona. "
For Ttnneure: Fair wtather; tatLtrly
ui'nrfi ; no dtcided change in temprralure.
For Arkaniai: Fair wtather in the
tatUm portion ; local rat m in the wfilirn
portion; variable windt, gtneruUy eo(A.
trl;; no dtcided change in temperature.
For Alabama and Miuittippi: Fair
weather; tatlerly windt; nearly nation
ary temperature.
liorolo(leal Report.
Mimphii, TiftK., October 8, IftM.
Time. Bar. liter. Wind. W'lb'r
7:00 a.m. 30 130 58 0 8.E. Olear.
3:00 p.m.,80.0H!t 81.0 BE. Olear.
10:00 p.m aO.U2 68 0 B.K. JJIear.
. Minimum temperature, 58.0.
Oaone, 11 a.m., 4.
Rainfall, 0.00.
' Sat. tkA I'OtlOaa HwClOMc
Biomal Sbbvici, U. 8. Armt,
( . Octobot 8, 1880-6 p.m. '
' ' Diyieion of tolegrRini and reports for
the beneJt of cocimerce aud aKricul
tore. Cotton ronion bulletin for the
twenty-four hours ending October 8th,
Memphis.. 81 58 .
Nashville 81 48 .00
Grand Junction... 80 55 .00
Corinth- 84 64 .00
Tojcumbla 79 47 .00
Decatnr 81 47 .00
HootUboro 80 45 .00
Hernando 80 64 .00
Bateeville. 77 50 .CO
Grenada 80 48 .00
Covington 83 60 .00
Dyersburg 84 49 .00
Arlington 84 48 .00
BrownavLUe 81 53 .00
Milan 82 41) .00
Tarla 80 40 .00
Bolivar 82 63 .00
llolly Hprings 78 , 6.) .00
Oxford 80 69 .00
Puma 1537 DCS .
Means 1 81 61 .00
DIlTRICn. b gg- g.
!lilliL
"WllmlnKton 70 40 .(0
Charles'on 78 49 .00
AurubU 70 49 .01)
Savannah 82 53 .00
Atlanta. 79 48 .00
Montgomery 82 63 .00
Mobile 81 56 .00
NewOrleanr 82 61 .00
Galveston 83 63 .20
VickBburn 83 60 .
Little Kock 81 57 .02
Memphis 81 61 .00
Bums 907 049 .22
Mtans 81 54 .02
CITY NEWS.
tioroner l'owel yesterday ap
pointed Justice J. J. Barry bis deputy
This Is mntlon day in the Circuit
Court. The reference docket will be
called.
Jim Dawson waa fined $25 in the
Criminal Court for playing ball on
Hun day.
The work on the Monroe street
sewer progreswa slowly. It will be
finished belore tlie winter sots in
The coc tracts ior levee work will
be let without Ires of t uie, and anura
b r of local contractors are on the qui
Tive.
Sea Sandi will be presented at the
mat nee, not "gulden cands upon the
sea shore," though $1 is to be charged
lor seat".
II. J. RammecVfr brought suit
aaainst the Taxing District yrsterdav
for J 5000 damnsta. Mo declaration
was filed.
Manager Trary announces that
the tiboKnan will be lie to the pno
children of the city this evening from
The city f jrce is at work
pavins
tbat parto, tlie letee between (Jourt
rl i( I
and Jefltwon s'.entc. Work is alto
being done be'ow Monroe.
Tho Iminnrtil Macaronlans will
have a grand "Uhrttiplier Cjlumbus
ueieuta'ion ' UJtiuer rjth, a' Mr. and
Mrs. MalhtetiU's, No. !ii7 Htcond
a reet, et 7:30 o'clock p.m.
The cess of Felix Ling, colored, (
for killing another darky, waa put on
iil in tua unminal Uourt. nia wu
hm was revenied hv the Buorfme
Court, which gave him a new trial.
Albert Newton, colored, who wai
arraigned belore Jntt:c Powell not
Innff ainre fnr heatiDB a child, is UOW
accused oi havirg murcerei anoiuer
darky named Bob Hooper, In Crockett
county, in 1873. The information was
given by Nuwtsn'a sister-in-law, who
prosecuted him at ine inai ior swami
and battery, and who was so bitter
that ehe brongHt out ine mururi
charge, which had been eleeping for
thirteen years.
A moaii'ebaolt who hsa traveled
all over the S afe in the wake oi the
Tavlor hrothere will quit the cam
paign with a well filled wallet, iie
ties a IreaK wdicd n cans vub iuu
bar, claimiog that its, or his, mater
nal accestor waa IrighteEed by a bear
shortly befoie becoming a mother. As
loon as a crowd collected the show
man put np bis tent and yelled oir. to
the voters an inviia'.lon to pay a dime
and sue his manber. It la eetimaud
that of the 100,000 people which have
hrard the brothers tnrounnoni in
State fully 20,000 have seen the freak.
About a month since ayoung man
named II. V. Armstrong pa-sea
through the city, from Columbia,
Tenn., on his way to Texas, in search
of employment. . He obtained a posi
tion, but a iriena woo ooiaiueu
pioyment fell ill and be give up h i
plate to nurse him. He returned Sun
day, on his way back home, put ting
up at the reb:dy noiei. ign -(..in
Utf. Iia ntHCD-pred no to the clerk s
doek ohont 8 o'clock and claimed that
he hid been drugged and robDeci oi
his watt h and i bain by a man with a
black moustache, whom he bad root
In the billiard room and wbo invited
Mm out for a walk. He was furnished
with funds by a friend and loft for
home lart night, a sadder and a much
w s-r youog man
PERSONAL.
Pbxsidbnt Haddkn is expect )d Sun
dav.
0pt. Jahis Lkb. jb.. is at home
again.
Tn Hen. T. O. Ca'chinga, of Mit
slrsippl, is in the city.
Mhh. A. J. Vaiiohh returned yester
day from Clarendon, Ark.
WiiTinCiiKOOHY returned yester
day trom a two wetke' trip toBiimlni
ham. Miss Florkncb Cooraa and Mica
Jennie Petlit left yesterday on a viuit
to Macon, lenn,
Prok. Saxby will pos'pnne bis nut1-
nee till next Saturday lor uet, tr prrp.
ration. His claws will meet ssstateO.
Thb Securttv HivinBS Bink of Mem-
phiB is safe plica to leave your
money snd get Interest thereon, it is
now a Sia'e depository, where the 8 ate
of Tennessee keepi Kb accom.u.
Tni Rsv. Mr. Thompson, of Fay-
etteville, will officiate at Calv.ry
Church on next Sunday morning and
veninir and nntil the return of the
Kev. Mr. Sfsstimi, who is in attend
ance aa delegUe at the general con
vention at Chicago.
The Cigar Palaoe of I. SamMwn &
Oa. will be cloeed today owing to Jew
ish holiday. TV ill reopen at 6 o'clock
this evening. This firm have just re
ceived a fresh ehiDmentof Dil gencias,
which they bought at a preraiam, this
beiai the only lot o( theaa goods ia
the United Btafs.
Thb friends of Mr. Joe. Mancinl will
be pleated to learn oi his Bale return
from Sanny Italy, where he has spent
tha rjaat two or three months. His so
journ among the friends of his
vounaer davs wai as p'ea-ant as be
could have desired, and the trip across
tha continent a delightful one. Mrs.
Manclni was quite ill, however, on the
steamer on the return trip, but
reached home safely and is already
improving.
transfers:
R. E. Lee to . W. Bryant et al, 50
feet front, west slJe o! Wellington
street, lot No. 4, considera'ion $2000.
Thos. Mull, deed to A. O. Harris, lot
No. 407, Union street, 150x00 feet, eon
aideration 13000.
MarvT. Kla hi to J. M. Wbtte. 6
acres on McLemore avenne, or Jack-
nn street, for the sum ot JOjOO.
J. JN. Uiiver, j. r. rinnie ana u. iu.
Weaton to J. N. Oliver, trustee, lot 11
on Stevens avenuo; Int 1, block 27,
Innu s subdivieion, iSpring and tJa
milla streets: lot 23, near Uuntyn bta-
tion. This deed is aiven to Uiiver to
sell tho above described property to
make an equal division ot tua pro
ceeds, on account of one of the part
ners having drawn out in last May.
Order "jtlullorri M tuie Medal.
Shirt! MilrlMl
All styles and prices to order.
Memphis tileam Shirt Factory, 224
Second.
, .a , "
Another Vh-tliu.
F.very day some life-long sufforer
from dyrpepBla passes away, and the
mvatery la why people will lie on thmr
backs and suuer when relief is reaay
to hand. Whore T cries the antleror.
At your nearest grocer e, or at the
fruit stand. Ak for KoKo Tulu.
Chew it regtilirly after each meal aud
if it don't curs you ita because you
haven t got dyapeptia.
HonoKram Itauttlea Mulfortl
DHUdrntT
IB BSMOVBD BT TH DSN Of OOOOA.BINB,
And it Btlmulatea and promote tha
growth of the hair.
Burnett's Flavoring Kxtranta ara tha
beat
Ad i lot) to Mothers.
Mrs. - Winslow'a Soothing Syrup
should always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
atiDorura at once; it produces natural,
quiot Bleep by rehuvinir the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It ia
very pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the brut known remedy
for diarrhtca, whether arising from
tithing or other causes. Twenty.
nve cents a bottle.
. A DriiKKlHt'B Mtory.
Mr. Isaac O. Chapman, drngglBt,
Newbnrg, N. Y., writes ns: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of l)r. William Hall's Unlearn for
the Lungs. I can say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never beard a customer speak of
it but to praise its virtues in the high
eat manner. I i.ave recommended it
in a great many cBes of whooping
cough, with the happinst efiecta. I
have used it in my own family for
nniny years; in fact, always have a
Ixittlo in the medicine closet ready for
UBO,
Mnlford, Jevttlir, 21)4 Main,
Hulls orders from Ike coanlri.
NubtK'rlbe lor Hie "Appeul"
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY,
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Pabd HaUI.
C. B. GALLOWAY A CO..PorriToa.
Katai ti oO and 13 par day. aeenrd'ng to
ita and location of room bpaoial
mida ratal.
S M Turnlay, Tann R Phaathim, Tnn
Arihnr Ilnnnflllv.Ala J Iilork. Ohio
I a Kndnn. Tann J W Uarratt. MlM
W P binolair, Tenn
J n Ducnanin. linn
K H RoLaitaua Aw, Mo
K U Llovii, Tann
Mn W KLacy Ai.Miu
K M btirani, Va
W D YVilkenon.Tann
Wm L Clarka. Tann
J P Morrii. Tenn
T W Uormlev, Md
A Wirren, N X
K R Ward, Ky
EC Ju the. Mill
Hurry M Hill, Tenn
H Van lturn, Ky
ft I) Cbiam, Mi'i
W A l'ercyjr. Mill
J II HaiHon, N
W F Armtrong, lenn
J S Mam, Mill
L II McUonnloo, Tenn
w n uadv, JMo
T . li; 1 T
1 1 ii vjuuuu, itiu n i. .iu i.tia
W II Flynn, Ky I Dugnn. Ky
B K Pullen jr. Tenn W T Miliar, Kv
J liiggini. Ark FA Kernel, Ohio
T 0 Powell, Ohio A B Fannalea, Ohio
II H Matlock, Mo
J Komann. ecutland 1 F ijinnie. la
l! Ii liowJtn, Mill
Miaa A luuglai, Mo
W F. Laoey. Mill
K B Merrill, Mail
C II True, Me
J W Walkr,Tenn
J B Jenkina, Tenn
7. B Rirhardi, 111
W K Aunin, Ky
J II Brown, Tenn
J K Benin, Ky
Q W C'urtil, Mo.
K H Stiirra, N T
W Cannibo I. La
J R hicbariU, Md
T II Stuart, Mo
W Kranklin, :Ark
II I) Ilodaea. Ark
M Duvall, lann
W Burnett. Tenn
J 11 MoClnllan. Ohio
LKenlhal.M Y
tiaaton'a Hotel.
W. H. BIN0HAM MiKioim.
Earopean plan. Knlarged and refurniihad,
eoraing v iiie ana loca
tion of roomi.
R J MnPaak. Tenn T F Duffin. Mill
C F DiidariiAw.Mim MriU Wlliincbki, Mill
MiaaA Wilaini'likl.V'alMri 11 M)er, miaa
J F Crane, NY J M Lindaay, Tenn
WT Miller, Ky J M Ilawken. Mill
H I' Wellifunl if, Ark J S Kiiber, lenn
Miaa 1. Moore, miai mriL.iDi n.ArK
Mi'i P Partee, Miia Mini Wilion, Miai
A Brenner, Mian J F Williaini, Miea
K M Jehnion, Mill J W Little. Ky
J M llarrii, Miai J C Page, lenn
NHJnoa, lenn v r ntui, Mian
W R Toinliuion. Ark L P Powell. Mill
W L Marmon, IMiai T E Hato, Miai
FPWatkini. NO A h Watkim. N C
T B Hooker. Miai Mn M V Irving, Va
MraJ U Dickinnon.va mm Lotn irvin
nir. va
Mn J Irving, va
H A McComba, Mil!
J W Dunoan. Ark
W I Stolon. Tern
W J llogan. Mill
B L Owen, A'a
R W Niebola, Ark
II U AnJtraon. N J
0 11 Trimble. Tenn
Miai W Buiilh.Teon
J dram, Ala
Til BDavla.NT
P Tracy, Tenn
T Barham. Tenn
K C Turlay, Mm
P M Wiiilen. Tann
W Carter. Mia!
J 0 Koiebrongh, Mill
w ll Jobmon, Mill
O P Vann, Mill
J W Paulett , Tana
M (lavin, Tonn
K 11 Thorn, Tenn
WO Nelion.Tenn
J W Tate, M ia
T BAiderholdt, Mid
J Kaniien. La
F M Buiiih Af.Tenn
w K Maneea, Ark
w a mires, lenn
W Q Wllliami.Tenn W K Niohola, Tenn.
Tha Hew Unvoeo.
FAKRINGTON, STEWART A WHITB,
PsornaTona.
Ratal U 50 to 14 per ilay, according t- leoa-
tlc u orraomi.
J Gill. Ohio ' TJnnei.Ky
D J Wright, N I A T Kemia, Mich
K Mnntaomery. Mill W R Love. Tenn
3 N Kixter, Miia A lioipeler, Tonn
0 A 'ihompaon, Tenn J F Mctlregor, N Y
1, U Waihen, Ky 1) rt Conatne. Kng
W K Mcintosh, Tenn J T Ruckham, Tenn
R N Ti mule, la H C Buchanan. Miaa
II II Waahburn.Mo. RT Baldwin Aw, N Y
Miai J llaldwin, X T K Hpenoer, N X
n tl r .liter, Ala li n owrna, Ala
Wm Thornton, N Y 1) Mcb.nald, Tenn
.1 V llliinea. La
K W II. iw. T.nn
j w iiuctianan, ny
Mn A Buohanan, Ky
J 0 Armitmna' jr, Ind
A T l'atteraon, tlbto
W J Klliott, lad
W V Clark. Mo
V h nation, Uhio
J K Hhsnnon, Mo
II J M aker, Ky
W A Williami. Ala
N 8 Palmer, Mo
m J mann. Ky
B T Brooki, Ala O I. Dlake, Ky
II J llonaldion, Ky E T llarriann, Ky
Lavid He wart, Tonn I R Mill!. N V
feth Juhnaon. Oa T B Mnlone. Oa
A B Davii, Ala Thoa II Kitigerald Ala
J O Rica, Mill W T Blackwood, Mill
r iii'rwooa, mm r n neara, lenn
0 M Wsoow,La J M Kiohardton, Ark
1, H Llunv. Ark M r Slorman. Tann
RJCark, Mo B B Jonei, Mo
Jn J oawyer, Mu.
Da STy 'a Knropran Hotel.
Corner of Adami and Main ttreeti. Rnoma.
Mo, Too and 11 per day ; Amai lean flan,
Vi per aay.
Fint olaaiReataurant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUri'Y UU yean with Peabody UoUl),
i'roanctor.
D Bcruggi, N 0
D Carroll, Tonn
J 0 llolape, Tann
A MnCartv. Tenn
J C Steel, Te n T W Bryan, Tenn
r M Milla, Tenn 4 u wilioa, lenn
W M Brewer, Tenn J W Ramaey, Tenn
H Reynold!, Tenn"' D J- Wallace, Tenn
M Moore. Tarn J n miller, lenn
J L l rdmer, Va T J Murphy, Ark
w A Wanklln, Tenn u aeratine. Miaa
F W llarben. Ark J Lake. Ark
K w rJintln, Ark . u umuwni, miii
W Woodi, Mill J II Beaumont, 11 a
W II Seymour, Ohio TJWalih, Ky
K 8 Marahall, Tex R 8 Morgan, Tenn
A Frarer, Miai A B Sluiaer, Tenn
1 -1'.. 1 1 u k. u. m A It.-. L - w ..
muvuuuuaii n , m u t n aja. wau, mu
J BScarbornogh, ArkMiaa boarborongh, Ark
M v Hiciinrm, lenn li macK. udio
Mn T Cullini. Tenn Miaa 1 Fleetwood, N 0
1) m eceloi. lenn u u ueariok, ind
II Ailaina. Miai U (J Cannon. Tenn
1 P Klliott, lnd J F Johnson, Tenn
A r uaiboon, Tenn v u ward, Tenn
Jul Venn. Tenn W K llughei, lenn
li U Handle, Tenn II P Hohaon, Tenn
L Hchmoller. Tenn J Wendler. Tenn
J Klliott, Tenn J R riloan, Tenn
ADDITIONAL 11IVEKS.
Ovkioe Siqmai Sbrviob, TJ. S. A.,
M km nil", OutolterS. 1 p.m. i
The following observation ate taken
at a 1 stations named at 75 meridian
time, which is one hour fa ter than
Mempnta tim:
4.0've Ljw
Water.
Change.
STATIONS.
Ken
Fall
Foot.
lOtlu
lOthe
lOihs
Ortiro
Chattanooga.
(Jinc;nnai ...
2
1
5
"i"
l
Dtvinport....
Diilnuiu"
Furt Mnith...
Keokuk
Heluna
L Crofse
Laven worth...
L tt'e Back..,
lyouisville
Memphis
Nashville
New Orleans
Omaha
Pittsburg
St. Louis
St. Paul
Shreveport..
Vicksburg
1
Diager l.laa Peat and Untha of a foe!
above aero ot gauge
Cairo. 40 feet.
ffaattaneoga, SS feat,
Cincinnati, r.
Dvbuaua, la.
liavenport, la,
fart Hmiih. .
Keokuk, i.
Laeroise, 24.
Little Kuek.H.
Memahii, M.
Naahvilla, 40.
Omaha, 11.
St. Louil. M
Bhreveport, 'A.
Helena,.
Leavenworth, fl
Loaiiville. 'M.
Mew Orleani, H.I.
I'lltaburg, M.
Kl. l'anl.7.
Vickahurg, 41.
Taaktan.M.
Telegrame.
CiNriNWATt, O., October 8.-N!ght
River 7 feet 10 inches on the gAtigeand
laiimg. eainer clear and mild.
Pittsbdhm, Pa., October 8. Noon
River 6 ftirt 5 inches and statinnry.
w earner ciear anu p ca ant.
Evamsvillb, Ind., October 8 Noon
Kivei 4 If et 2 inches on the gangs and
lis1 rig. weatoer clear and pleasant
Whxkmno.W.Va .October 8. Night
Kiver zieei n ciits on tne gauge
and lining. vveaiLer cieaa and pleas
ant.
Louisviuji, KT.,October 8. Night
River rleing, with 5 feet 2 Inchei in
the canal autl 3 leet on the fall. Bus!
ness good. Weather clear and warm.
Oaibo. lLL.,Octo'ior 8. Night River
7 (eel 7 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather cloudy snd cool. Arrived!
Henry Lotirey, St. Louis, 2 p.m
ldlewild, fcvaiiHVille.
N xwOri.ans, La., O .-tuber 8 Night
Departed: IJity of Nat, inc. ht.Louie,
Paeced up: R. H. Haves and barges to
St. Louie. Cap. U. J. Henkill, the
wcllknown steambmt man, died end
di nly in the sti-amer l'argould last
night. Ilia remains were lorwurded
to Montgomery, AU , wheie his lamily
reside, lor interment,
Free Tost Lois
How to Go From te Bluff
. i
City to the Mound City
for Nothing.
The Plan as Arranged by the
Misfit Clothinj Parlors.
THE ROUTE-Eithcr direct by
I
. . T..1 1
river or oy steamer 10 jjuiujuui,
Mo., thence by rail, or all rail, via
Nashville and Cairo.
AfinOMMODATIONS-I'lenty of
A 1 " i Vavi- MA
room ior an excursionium, uui uu
sleeping-eoachcs on the boat, or no
steamboat bar on the cars.
FULL DETAILS.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors are
not issuing free tickets to St. Louis,
but any one buying a Suit and
Overcoat there can save enough to
pay the expenses of the trip up the
Mississippi.
When you buy a Suit or Overcoat
at the Misfit Clothing l'arlors you
get really First-clans Cloth and
First-class Work. You really get
Double Value ior your money, so
that the difference between i
prices for fine tailor-made 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,
ill selling for less than the cloth in
them cost.
Make no mistake, as Misfits will
save you many dollars.
Open evenings until 9 ; Saturdays.
until 11.
Keuiombor, all alterations to in-
sure a rerieot if it, DUJfi innn
w- n r . tA7W unun
OF CHARGE, by a Frst-olass
Tailor.
VMISEIT
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opn. Court Snnare, Memphis. Tenn.
LOOAIi N()T1CE&
Mas. J. II. Slater, teacher of Ger
man, Oayoso Hotel.
Mrs. Viani, dress making, removed
to No. 50 Avery street.
P. M. Stanley, funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison street.
Thihb is no better coal than Ala
bama Splint. Office, 278 Second street.
Tub Keirvi'ile Fair will commence
on Tuesday, tbe 12th instant, and con
tinue four days.
Dns Mitch it ix & Maury have re
moved their offices to their new sana
torium building, No. Ill Court street.
P. M. Pattebson A Co. are receiving
large shipments of Alabama Splint
coal, clean and dry from the cars,
Olllee, 278 second street.
The Arm trora Furniture Company
have just received an elegant line of
rattan aod reed rocKers. ah tue new
est patterns. 272 Second street.
Mihs Carrib M. Keating, pianist
mav be found at the store of . Witz-
mann & Co.. 221 and 223 Second
street, from 3 :3(J to 5 p.m. every day
till the 15th instant; alter that time at
tlie Oayoro Hotel.
G. W. Milleb A Co., Patent Asbestos
Fire Proof Roofers. For durability,
enuftled bv none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, fait and gravel roofs. No. 55
Madison street.
Miss TJptom is now at 402 Shelby
street, southeast corner of McCall, op
posite the Oayoso Motel, prepared to
maka dresses In the latest ttyles. Good
work and reasonable prices.
Thi Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tanlAanrf antl.narlodlo known. A oartain
and lureourefor ohilia. Price 11 per bot
tle. Hand itanipi for olroutari. Any
trenxa glxen. Addreii John 0. Rn
lynohberg. Va.
Owing to the paints and decorations
not being dry, we have postponed our
formal opening nntil Thursday, the
7th instant. Respectfully,
FLOYD k CO..
Suoceiinn to 0. N. Krlch.
Am. authorities aires that the milk
of a bealtby mother U tbe best food
f r an infant. Next to this, and con
taining all tbe e'omont for perfect
nutrition, is Mellin's Food, which,
after a long tust, is highly indorsed by
prominent medical men.
Deserving or Confidence. There
is no article which so richly deserves
the entire confidence of tbe commnn
itv aa Kunwm'a UllllNrlllAL ROCHES.
Thnna an M'nrino- from Automatic and
Bronchial diseases, Coughs and Colds,
should try them. Price 2o cents.
The "Exposition Unlverselle de Part
Culinaire" awarded the highest hon
ors to Angostura Bitters as the most
etllcucious stimulant to excite the ap
petite aud to keep the digestive or
gans in good Order. Ask for the gen
uine article, manufactured only by
Dr. J. . B. Siecert 4 Sons, and be
ware of imitations.
NoHdSlUirwBr at Bfnlfortr
IUIIik! IIiiIIim! llathk!
Clear water, fre h a r, warm tooms:
bth8 of a'l descriptions ot o.
rucond Btreo, near AiiauiB.
i'iue W atoli repairing; at MalfordU.
OCTOBER 9, 1886.
JAMES C. BELL, Preflldent.
MEMPHIS SADDLE
Nos. 290 and 292
laddies.
NADDF-TIBY
PBICES to Railroad
VS" SfECIlL
JAMES M. WOODBAB.
BOOTS & SHOES
MAIX
anv hone. fllvemacell
SCHOOL SHOES!
Buy Only the Best and
save money!
ZELLNER&CO.'S
IHILDS'
M'lIOOL (i IIO liS
ARE
Til F. BENT I
FOIt?l 75
We offer won Bya Good, Nlrona;,
Neat Button Khoen, aucn na jou
never bouicht before for leaa Ibaat
83 81V to fi OO, tbe alaea rnuuing
from 11 to 8.
FOB l S5
We sell an Excellent Double Tip
ped Hboe for t'taHdrea, 4 to 7,
worth reaulnr SI 00. For 81 30,
nam kind, alaea 7 1-2 to 10 1-3,
worth regular VI 80.
V-Children'a and Miaie' School Phoei
tneHper man aver, or Auy.uoiq xiidv.
Call and Convinoe Youraeivei.
FOIt $3 OO
Ton can buy of u a pair of La
dles' Kid Button Hboea that you
cannot anbatltute elsewhere for
3 OO.
FOIt $3 25
We offer you Lad lea Pebbled Goat
Button Shoea, fully worth S'l 70.
fok oo
Ton can buy a pair of Hen's Gal'
tera, Lace Bala or Button aUnra,
full atoek calfahln, leamleaa
vamp, aolld sole leather and
eouater, every pair warranted,
worth at least 83 70 to 84 OO
elaewhere.
FOR $1 25
Ton can buy of us a pair of Hen's
Btltchdown Buckle or Tie Shoes
that cost yon elaewhere 81 70.
ZELLWER & CO.
Deviled Crabs, Shrimp,
Salmon, Fresh Can Mackerel,
Sardines, Lobsters,
Brook Trout, Oysters,
Mackerel In Tomato Catsup,
Street Stuffed Pleklea,
Sour Pickles by tha gal. and In Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Relish,
Wooster Sauce, Tomato Catsup,
Capers, Hnatard, lurry rowuer.
Salad Dressing, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheese, Celery Sanee,
Celery Salt, tic , Ete.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
J. G, SCHMIDT & SON
imnA.i. anil iteaiera la finni. Ammu
nition and FimilnTnckl,llnllders'
Hardware, Elerlrle Bella ond a
nnnalnliini for Hntale and Residsncel,4il
Mnln street. i: w .Is. lenn. Ileotri
mppliei always hnn-J. Repair' twneatlj
done. .
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
she a k McCarthy. Prowr'g,
140, 142, 144 Front,, Memphis.
riSH OTTHB LAR3K3T D0ILR BHOPb
VJ in tbe Hontn, ana tna oniy wbh
Boiler and Soeet-Irori Work! Sn tusaiiy.
Hanufactnrera of heavy pmir iman
work ot every denorlptlon. ctpaolai
attMntlnn i'ta'inn worlr
Frank Schumann,
Imnorter and Dealer IB
duna, Flshln Tackle ana ep"
men's Supplies, aar Bpeoial attenuoa
liven to MANUFACTURING and SI
PAIRING. -
4ia Main Nt Wenmhl". Tenn
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationer?,
a IS SI! St., Heiuphls, Tenn
A NEW M PPLY OF
SCHOOL BOOKS
JTNT KECE1VF.D.
R. KUPrERSCHMIJJl,
IMPORTER AND DIALKR IB
rSS
rj-TJeV"
Hnn. Ammunition. Flsblufr Tackle
anil riortnies' MipiiHfs.
W HOLKSALB AND RKTAIL.
ttl Main Street. Memphis, Tenni
M.nnfaitnrl. r.A K.n.lrina ol Hnnl
Snenialtv. Larraat Stork. Beat aaaortment,
Urethral Stricture Cured
I RE PI KM IM.M.
Ri-mnvel Cnmiilatr. Neither knife, cnustiO
nor dilation. ISO ain. no nnuioua.
Adr's Vlt.ll. U'.l VTIHW'e
BOX 10. ATLANTA Hi.
No. am
aOnr Fall and Winter Stock of BO'WT A5I HIIOES-thelargait in thii market, and one of the '"ft"" ?7 '".h"'""
ii now complete, and we invite the Merchanti viiitmg Memphis to oa! and examine the ,me. Ihefac' .atuVotow to
KuS?i(toA L.di..' Kid. aolt and CUI.be.idei a l.rg. variety of other make!. Our Kaitern mad. good, cannot he urr.ai.d by
'I
E. F.
SECOND STREET,
WHOLESALE
lilAUUFACTURERS AIJD JOBBERS
-or-
Harness,
II AWI
anc levee Contractors for Wagon,
BSTADIjIBIIIir) 1B80J
H. t. CLABK, E. 1. CAKRISIGTOJr
1
WnOTjPlSALiBI
STREET MEMPHIS,
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
NO., 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, $100,000
Interest r'fvicl on. Dopoits.
OPEN S4TDBDAIS DM I It, 7 OtXeOH P.H.
M. II. KATZEJiBERUEB, Prudent.0 I. KATZESBERGER. Cashier.
liOABIt OF DIRECTORS.
NAP0LK0N HILL, JOHN A. DENIE. A. flOHEN. J. H . vmOV.
WV H. CARROLL, J. W. bCHOHR, T. F. TOBIN. A. b. MliERo.
"""
Z. N. ESTE8.
8. S.
(HCl'CEftSOBS TO ESTES, DOABf CO.)
WUlesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street Memphis, Tenn.
To tke Trade and Emokers
THE IMMENSE
TTava attained
lias indnced unprincipled
imitation. We hereby eaution the p
on each boi. and our Factory Knmber, ,
REPUBLIC
Ine only among Havana niier cigar on mo iurai, u.
GEO. I. ZilSa f9 CO.,
Factory 200, 3d IMsl ritt. JV.T.
. . m . . n n si I II L an.
unit sit u nTR 1 rn.loll. P. Carlin.
MOON & J0YI3ER,
THE STANDARD
1M k HUI WIS
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STILES, ca.uu Anv urnAM
TaRMS-Caah. or a aar Monthly Initallmenti. WriW for Illaitratad t,aiaists.-wn
SOLE AGENTS FOB
XtTo. 888 XXe4xx St.,
a,. 1C1 Union Street, Haakvllle.
E. WITZM Oo.
ITbolcHale Dealers and Publishers,
Sole Aitenti for the following Fint-Clasi Initrumenti;
8TEINWAY
PlllfOS-Kranich &
OBOANS Clough &
A NEW 7-OCTAVB
Write for Catalogues No?. 231 nutl
(M'Ct EHNOK.S TO S.
Cigars and Tobacco
Mr . Onn. ronrt Kqnare. Ivfeinplitw.Teim.
nm Mnln
ef !
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
JUST RECEIVING AND IN STORE,
1,000 hags New Crop (Season 1S80), Rio Coflee.
S'OOO keics Iron and Steel Malls-best brands.
l.OiHi uarreix iienntu nn m m - ,
100 barrt-ls New Crop (reason 1(6), K
1,500 pUgs. Leal ana itennea maru.
150 tierces Canvassed Hams.
100 boxes Breskl'asi Ilacon.
waa nn.AA IlAnTilAM URaall Crfl laH.
1.000 bxs. pure New Cream Cheese-MUer Wtiou
i olio bairs haud-pleketl Virginia and Tennessee 1
Wannraeturers of the eelebraled brands of SIL
VER MOOX and JIlEMl'lII Pure Stick Candy, and Raking
powder. ImpwrteM of Foregn Fruits, Lemons, Oranges,
Raisins, Ants, Etc. m
ns. 284 and 2Sf Main Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
Boots
sex
and
9WJWi::,iTl tnVtfEmM2foto, .ood. not needed
A.enl. for tke t elebra.ed W. I. "r'."-'.".?;"'" B"B" "d '
Hoys' Shoes In all alvle.
WILLTJSTHATF.P C iTALOO TJ KJAS D PRICK LIST MAILED FREE
BfEYEB, Hec'j auid Xrea.
RY
CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN
Collars.
IiEATHEISe
Scraper and Cart Harness.
TEXNESSEE.
BPICKR.
W. B. DOAK.
POPULARITY OUR
mftnufacturers to piao on toe
l "'""S'' 1
U. J. Heiiter, K. flltHier, a. u. tampoeu vv.
Wholesale Agents,
OF THE WORLD."
.a.AA awm rrn kbi i Ti Vk
THE SOUTHWEST,
Memphi
rTesxixx.
I ".
IIOO Olive R trees, St. LonSS
and KISTA-BiiJ
Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
Warren, and Smith American.
FIANO FOR I90.-i
2211 Second street, Memphis.
L. LEt.), JOBBERS OF
;ce.
Ilrand.
eanuts.
ilices
COMFAMX
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