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RAILEMD TISE TABLE.
iMfMppi Taller Kanta fl., H. O.
Md T Ky. Trini on thu road run as fol
low": New Orleans fat mail, daily, level
it 4 :30 P.rp, ( Vick-bar. ..pr.-.. d.il.
'e:w . ' . .' Q.lft m Virkibnre ex
deny, arme. ' V " ,T'7i ; .
prate, daily. arrival at 5 : p.m.
aflaalaalppl Tennessee). Tralnl
(oiiowi: NewOrleani mail arrives
ssi; " .. i u 5i
wporl Hens and Mississippi Val-IV-Xr.in
moT. as follow! t Fait ne
UaTM at 10:00 a.m.) St. Louli fa.t In.
itevei at 5:30 p.m. t Fait Una arrival at 1 :30
nl t Bt. Unit faitline arrival at :0R a. m.
. mil Naahyllle Traini
i. -.. Vutm.il arrtvea daily at
t$m " t 10,10 p.m. ' !
S.iie at 10:10 a.m. I arrive at 4:00 J-'.a,
accommodation! leave! dr,i.
eioept Sunday, at 5:00 a.m. I arrive! ",Uy,
Held and MrmpiiiKI iraini ir,,,ji,,
T. depot . follown No. 4, Kan jM city ax
Sreulieavei at :t .m. I N,0. , Kaniae
City 'jxiiroM, ernvee at aU p.m. No. 2,
Ken'.ei City mail, leavei at8 (no p.m.i No.ll,
K.'ii.i City mail, arrival a', g.: No.
I, St. Loaii and Chicago express, 'aavai at
6-00 p.m.) He- Hl- Lo'-tt d Chloairoei-
Srers arrive! at 8:45 a. in. la eBeot banday,
Memphis anal Charleston Tralm
Biova M follow: Thmngh axpresi leavei
daily at 10:O p.m. Mail and axpresi laavai
daily at 1010 a in. bomerviHe accommoda
tion leaeea dally, eioept Sunday, at i:M
p.m. Through expreii arrival dally et:2S
a. at. Mail and axpraii arrival daily at 1C:U0
S.a. BomerTtlle accommodation arrival
ally, axoapt Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
Memphis, Mrminhani and Allan
Holly Spring! Route-Trelni move as
foilewii No. 1 leavei Memphli dally at 3:45
, . . . , Illl. Htirinva at f :M D.m. t
No." J leave! Holly Springs dally at :O0
m., arrival at Memphis at in:l0a.m.; no.
Mamuhia daily at T:U p.m., arrival
H illy Knrlni
Spring! at 11:41 p.m.; No.fi leavei
aauy at alio a.m., rn-a. w
Memnbla and Little Roch.-Traina
nor M tollowi tcontrai
Mo. 1 laavai daily at
4:2(1' p.m.i arrival at
t p.m. No. 3 laavai at 5:55 a.m.: arrival
. i.ta . m (In. h (fr irhtl laavai llopelleid
daily (exmpt Sunday) at 6:00. a.m.; arrival
at 7:10 p.m.
For Tennrmre and K'enluchj: Fair
wathtr ; Knilhfwttrlj vnndi; ilitjM change
For Arkantat: Fair weallur in the
tatltrnpoituin; local raint in the witern
portion; iliyhtly warmer; mulhtatltrhj
wndt. , .
For Alabama and JfitmtiiA: Gen
trally fair weather; eaiterly wind$; nearly
Wkmphii, Txww.. OdiihertUaW.
liar. I Tnor. I Wind.
7:00 .m.30.100 C0 0 K. Tlear.
3:00p.ro.30.00 70 0 U.K. l'alr.
10:00 n.m I:t0.073l (Ml 0 K. 'Jlear.
Maximum toinperature, 80.0.
Minimum temperature, 5D.0.
Oenne, 11 a.m., X
In the Voltoai Hlon,
Signal Bbrvici, U. S. Army, 1
Oolobei 9, 1880 0 p.m. J
Division of tolpgrnins and reports for
the benoJt of cotaiuorce and agrlcnl
1 ture. Cotton roion bulletin for the
twenty-four hours finding October 9th,
at A n'nlnnlr n m
MKMPHIfl DIB gBgB
TB1CT. jTbjTP a
t p s B
Memphis 80 50 .00
Nashville 70 61 .00
Grand Junction... 80 5 .00
Oorinlb... '82 65 ..00
Tuscumbia 80 48 sOO
Decatnr 85 45 .00
Scottsboro 80 44 .00
Hernando KO 50 .00
Batesville 77 61 .10
Grenada 78 60 .00
Covington 80 60 .00
Dyerabnrg 82 60 .00
Arlington ... 84 48 .00
Brownsville 80 63 .00
Milan 81 40 .00
Paris 80 30 .00
Bolivar 70 62 .00
Holly Springs 77 67 .00
Oxford 79 69 .00
Pntns 1523 071 .00
Means 80.4 61.1 .00
districts. sbB'oBb &
Wilmington 70 50 ,C0
Charles' on 79 62 ,00
AugnBta 79 49 .0.1
Havannah 81 6(1 .02
Atlanta 7U 49 .00
Montgomery 81 55 .00
Mobile 82 65 .00
New Orleans 82 02 .07
Galveston 84 till .15
Vickabnrg 84 01 .
Little Kouk 79 59 ,10
Memphis 80 51 .00
Sums , 9(13 0(15 .04
Means 80 65 05
The Kerrville Fair opens Wednes
day. The Devil's Anclion Company ar
rives today, carrying its own scenery.
George Crosby, who keeps a
butcher shop at No. 140 Seals street,
had his till robbed of $40 last night
The Young Men's Hebrew Asso
ciation meets this afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. limitless of importance to
The Toboggan will carry people
this afternoon the round trip without
changing rare. If the weather is fine
the cars will be crowded.
The movement in favor of toaring
down the old O.ty Hcepiial, selling the
ground and seeking a new location,
somewhere near the Marine Hospital
giound?, moats with general approval.
It is rumored that the Hon. Kti
erson i'.theridgn will finish the can
vass with the Hon. H. L. Taylor. It
was apparent ta eveiyone who beard
the Hod. Alt hero that it was the
keenest t:rlure to him to speak.
A call has been iesued for a na
tional convention of dlsiillers, brew
ers, and wholesale and retail wine and
beer dealers, to be held at Chicpgo on
tbe 18lb Instant. Memphis is t ) bs
largely represented by representative
Nothing has jet boen heard of
Barney Sbep, a young man who
opened a ta'oon about two weeks ato
on Poplar street, and who left his
family three dy ago t go to the
Courtbouie for a license. He had f 100
in his pocket.
The free rides on ths Toboggan
yesterday aleincon proved a rich
treat for the little rhildien. The gen
tleman who paid for tbe littlo ones'
fun wculd Im prud indeed had be
bjou prent to witness the result of
Llcor gfl ti many were insued yes
terday to Geirge Dickinson and Inu
beila It iss, Mcss Smith and l'l'nnii
Connelly, John McKiuney and Maggie
McClnr-, John Mibel nd gopM, ir.
ying, Wm. Dodson ax A jjy Benson,
Henry hlwardi anr . xr.,. ii,nar.n
Jta. Nelson and O ,tmvia noPM.
The Chickerir Grand pjBn0 in the
Gayoso Hotel. tn8e Chickerirg Grand
in the A. A. ra,i0rs, the Hard man
Upright Gr n(1 fa Uie Xr,Teie,8' Clob,
and the p fanol to be 0Bed ,njB genson
?,VPe New Memphis Theater and
Rob'' jon's Mmeiim. are all from the
8,aD I'sbment of O. K. Houck & Co.,
t jutics Barry held an inquest ys-
trday on the body of Janvs M orpl.y,
a newsboy, who wss found dead in ceu
at tha calabooee. He was arrested for
stealing a sacbel trim a lady's boggy,
and on account of his voiltb was given
aeentencs on the rock pile instead oi
in the rcnitentiary. Ilia dfatn was
probubly caused by oorgealion.
The regular monthly meeting cl
th Women's Chtitt'an Anec:ntion
will he held tomorrow (Monday)
from 10 to 11:30 o'clock n.m.
exactly. To facilitate busintsu,
all repoits muat be preieLtoJ
at prcper time and ia writing Ar
rangements for 'Harvest Home" and
some important new bnsinesi render
a large and prompt attendance neces
tary. fr. Ziermann, the proprietor ot
the Hecnnd street batbiog establish,
rnent, called att'.e Api kai, offlcs lait
night and enteied a viiiorous protest
against the shutting oil of the water
supply, which is of no inconsiderable
damage to titn, as he wan obliged to
tarn away hundred of customers,
many of wbom ae undergoing a eye
tematic trfatment for various com
plnints. The company's eicuseis that
it is putting in a new pump,
Mrs. Horton, Superintendent of
County Hchools, was not able to be
preeent at her cilice in the C'nurth&use
yesterday on account of a painful acci
dent which occurred near Woodstock
last Wednetday. The pole of a drag
in which she was riding wuii rs.
Wendell broke, throwing them both
out. Their injuries Bre not sex ons,
hut nainful in the extreme. Miss Lie-
lie Hoiton odiciated in bur mother's
The SUtte Board of Health Bulletin
for the month of August states that
the reports for August exhibit lens
aicknees than would be looked for in
the don Etar month. A number of
counties raport excellent health;
some few unusual sicknfts: the mi-
jnrity note bowel derangements and
d eeafloa caused by malaria. The
principal disease, named in the order
of their greater prevalence in the
8tnte fur August, were dyttentery, ma
larial lever, typhoid lever, uiiiouh laver,
diarrhea, coolers lniantuin, cnsump
tion and cholera morbus.
Manaokk John L. Snkkd has re
turned from Nashville.
Marcilli'i Loo an has returned from
Florida and Mississippi.
En D. Pai mkb, representing Ault &
Wiborg, of Cincinnati, wai in tbe city
Mrs. John 8. Brown and children,
of fit. Louie, are visiting her mother,
Mrs. M. K. Speed, No. 482 Lauderdale
Buti.kr Rooms has gone to New
York to attend tbe annual c invention
of ihs Carriage Builders' National As
sociation. Miches Jennie and Majrg'e Brinkley,
of this city, left Saturday laat for tbe
Cook County Normal School, at Nor-
Messrs. A.: f. Tucker tni Peo
nies have been appointed to clerk
ships in tbe postolhce, vice Looney
and Higgins resigned.
Caft. iii'Riiows, of Yazoo City, is in
the oily. Formerly a citir.m of !A
phis, the captain is well known
to a host of friends, who honor
Mr. (need and his sister, Miss
Louise Snood, returned to tbe city on
Friday night from a thine mouths'
tour through Europe, In which they
were joined by Mrs. Onl. Eaoch Ens
ley anil Miss Hatti Ensley, who re
mnined in Paris. Mr. and Miss Sneed
made a most enjoyable tour of the
British Islands and of tbe continent,
and return more in love with their
own country than ever. They trav
eled with their eyos wide open, and
are thoroughly intelligent and appre
ciative of all ttiey raw, but t lie wide
contratt batween America and Europe
was constantly before them, the cou
trat that dibtinguishes the happiness
and comforts of the people of this
country as compared with those of
We certify that Dm. Koleay & S San
son haveb.iughtnf nnr home medicine
to the amount til ($t700) six thousand
Beven hundred dollais within the last
twelve moit1 ha. All the goods w ere of
the very best and highest grade of
quality, and altogether vegetablo aud
8. MANSK1KL1) A CO.,
2i6 Main 8t., Mutiipb.il, Tonn.
t'ohon, Hie Hatter,
Wboie judgment on the quality ot
hats and cans on always be relied on,
has a stock in store from which be
thinks he can supply the wants of all
the men and boys about Meaipbi.
He sells very cheap, nnd pleacs all
who deal with him. Cohen's Is a re
liable bouse, deserving the immense
business be is doing.
LalleM' Fur Trimming
For Dresaea, Cloaks and r-'acks. You
will save money by examining these
goods and comparing my prices with
other establishments. 1 am introduc
ing these goods for the first time, and
will sell theua cheap to get them
A I.-. I.'.... .11 1 !...! f.,n.
aid fij. iro i inn Ul .11 niii.iD, uiuup.
Htolls, Capes and Caps in all kinds of
1 ur. Call and s.-n them.
MARTIN 0011 HN, the Hatter,
219 Main itreet
Pianos and organs, all styles, rented
at lowest puces. O. K. llourk uo.,
No, 3S9 Alain street.
r'lne Watch repairing at Mulford's.
All sises stives, grates, fronts and
fenders at Gabay's.
Hnberllna Rubber Nlampa. 810 9d al.
Tin Sheriff (alorf K. DantnA Co,
stock of fine groceries, wines, etc., at
40 Madison street, is continued to
Monday, October 11th, at 12 o'clock,
llaberllnc Nrnla, SIO Senoad at.
NoIIINIlTtrwRr Ht Mnllorel'a'
HaberllBaNlenrlla, (10 Neeond
All siss grates at Gabay's.
KvEBYiioov'a friend, the genial Steve
riansioii, oppnaite Mempuia ana
Charlestun depot, golls tr'amelson's
Chickasaw tiuiird cigars.
All gtvles end nric(s to order,
MempbiB fii-am Hbirt Factory, 224
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.SP.VDAY, OCTOBER 10, 188B.
BESIBE3CE FOR BEST,
That deBirable brick residence,
No. 85 Madison, mmr Third, in
fl ret-rale order, will bs rented to an
acceptable party (private family
preferred), fir one, two or thre
year j, at mnch Is s than its rental
vilue. Poiseesioa at rnce. Ap
J. S. 1SDKEWS,
MENKEN AND COM PAST.
Tbe Hon. Zack Taylor, the nominee
of tbe Republican party for Congres,
and Mr. James Phelan, nominee oi
the Democratic party for CongreFP,
will addrera tse citizens of the Tenth
CnntrrfBsional District, in joint dis
cussion, at the time and places etuteu
Tabernacle, Monday, ucr. li, l p.m
Bartlett. Tueadav. Oct. 12. 1 p.m.
Brunswick, Wednesday, Oct. 13,
Uermsntown, Thursday, Oct. 14, 1
uoiuerviue, rnaay, usi. in, i p.m,
Homerville, Saturday, 0.it. 16, 1 p.m
LaGraoge, Monday, Oct. 18, 1 p.m.
Willislon. Tuesday. Oct. 19, 10 a.in
Moscow. Tuedav. Oct. 19, 4 pm.
Pocahontas, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 10
Middleton, Wednesday, Oct. iO, 4
Maulsoury, TDUisnay, uci. zi, iu a. in
Grand Junction, Thursday, Ott. 21,
Toons, a riuav, uct. vi, 10 a.m.
Bolivar, Saturday, Oct 23, 1 p.m.
Whiteville. Monday. Oct. 25, 1 p.m
Whitehaven, Wedneaday, Oct. 27, 1
Capleville, Thursday, Oct. 28, 1 p.m
Memphis, Friday. Oct. 29, 7:30 p.m.
at Exposition Building.
Mason, Saturday, Oct. 30, 1 p.m.
W. J. SMITH,
Chn. Republican Onni. Committee.
E. V. ADAMS,
Cbn. Democratic Cong. Committee.
KAIIN at FHEIIIEIIG.
Corner Main and Poplar.
In addition to our Cloak and fine
imported Jerseys advertisement of
last week, and of which we muBt
beg our lady fiiends not to lost)
sight of for one moment, especial
$8, $ 10 Short Wraps, $0, $8, $10,
We will show this week
lOo bunches, 3 feathers in bunch,
10c. 41c, best linen crash (500 pee),
4jc. 60c, high novelty Tinsel Batin,
liOc; theie gocds coat $2 a yard to
import. 8Joandl2ic,Toweh, extra
sixes, 12ao, 8Jc. K'c, finest pure
linen hemstitched handkerchief',
10c. 15c a piece, all pore silk vel
vet Ribbons, 15c. Chenille Fringes
and Ornaments from tbe failure of
Davereux & Co., at less than one
quaiterthe trice elsewhere.
KAIIN & FREIBERG'S
Clothing and Shoe Departments
$150 and $2 60, children's good
cassimere Suits, fl 60. $t. silk and
woo, beautiful Snit,$4. $12, men's
tinebt cassimere Suita, $12, tost you
$22 elsewhere. Finest misses',
ladies' and men's Philadelphia
sample Shoes (drammern') at act
ually 60c on tbe dollar. Give ns a
call, and we will see that you are
well paid for your visit.
HAIHV : FIIEIIIERU,
Cor. Main and Poplar.
N.B. Oar silks, velvets, saline,
ribbons, passementeries and mil
linery need only bs mentioned
to draw a crowd at the prices we
quote. We can do it as no other
house. K. A F.
The celebrated No. 9 Kentucky
Coal. Mcllenry mines. Lump and
Nut Coal wholesale nnd retail.
DENNY O'NEIL. Agent
Dyi'luK and Cleaning.
Lidies and gents' clothes cleaned
ordvedio anv color, also kid gloves
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Ksitfol, 58 Jefferson street, Mem
phia.Tenn. Goods received by express,
I. JOI.ISMI Til tV 1IKOS.
SPECIALTIES THI3 WEEK.
50 Combination Suits, trocade and
embroidered. The very latest
stvles iust received.
Novait es in B!ack Goods, Henriet
ta, Drat d Alma, Jsiua Unber,
Dingonal and R"ps.
Novelties in Dices Goods, plain
and mixtures, embroidered and
plain Flannel Dress Goods.
KID GLOVES. KID GLOVES.
Largs assortment of the latest
styles just received in lacing Gloves
and button, embroidered back
Glover, etc. Ask for the "Empreis
of India" hook Glovs.
Cloaks Cloaks Cloaks War
ranted the largest stock and aheap
est goods in the city. Large assort
ment of Short Jackets.
Lace Curtains Large assortment
of Nottingham Lare, by the yard,
in white and cream. Also 200 pair
Lace Curt tins at $1 25 a pair, worth
$3. 60 Lace Bed Spreads and
Shams at $1 75 a set.
Home Furnishing Goods Table
Idnen in white, cteam and Turkey
red in large variety. Large assort
ment in tine Towels just received.
Blanket! and Comforts Largest
assorted Btoik in tbe city and at
prices lower than elsewhere.
We have juet received the latest
novelties in Fc logos and As
trachan Trimminga. large and
sma'.l Buttons to match iu large
GIVE US A CALL.
L, OM)SailTlI aft linos.
Monogram 11a iiglea Mulloril
Habrrllma Hnbhrr mompe.SIO ad at
If yon want a fine ciitargotoBerenlx
& to., the popular druggists of Poplar
street, and tall f r hame son's cele
brated ChicksBiw timrd cigars.
HMbfrllna; t brrha, 810 Hewondat.
Molford, Jeweler, 294 Alain,
llclts orders from the country.
By heating stoves at Gabay's.
Free To St. Loui
How to Go From tie Bluff
City to the Wound City
The Plan as Arranged by the
Misfit Clothing Parlors.
THE liOUTE-Kithcr 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
sleeping-coaches on the boat, or no
steamboat bar on the cars.
The Misfit Clothing Tarlors 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
When you buy a Suit or Overcoat
at the Misfit Clothiog Parlors you
got really First-claBS Cloth and
First-class Work. You really get
Double Value for your money, so
that the difference between o
prices for fine titilor-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 Orer
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 Perfeot Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE, by a Frst-olass
262 Second Street,
Opp. Cnnrt. Sqnare. Memphis. Tenn.
Mas. J. II. Slater, teacher of Ger
man, Gayoso Hotel.
P. M. Stanley, funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison street.
Thrrk is no better coal than Ala
bama Splint. Office, 278 Second street.
Dr. Nelson has removed his dental
office to his residence. No. C2 Madisjn
opposite Clarendon Hotel.
The Kerrville Fair will commence
on Tuesday, the 12ih instant, and con.
tinue four days.
One hundred song", all American or
foremn convriRhtH, sheet mus;c s za
for 50 cents. O. K. Houck & Co., No
389 Main street.
Tub Armstrong Furniture Company
have iust received nn elegant line of
rattan and reed rockers. All the new.
est patterns 272 Second street.
Miss Carrie M. Kkatino, pianist.
mav bs found at the store of h Witz-
mann fe 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. Miller & Co., Patent Asbestos
Fire Proof Rooters. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
imn. felt and travel roofj. No. 66
The Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tnninand anti-neriodifl known. A certain
and lure eure for chilli, l'riuell par bot
tle. Bend itaunn lor circular!. Anv
erenne tiian. Addren Jebn 0. Hacker
The opening of the Clara Conway
TnRt.itiitn list week, with a larger e
rollment than ever before in its his
torv. is the best evidence of the
strength of the school.
Ai t. authorities asree that the milk
of a healtbv mother is tbe best food
fur an infant. Next to this, and con
taining all tbe elements for perfect
nutrition, is Mellin's Food, which,
after a long test, is highly indorsed by
prominont medical men.
An nnt.n weather annroaches the ap
petite improves, and one naturally
thinks of the best place to sleep. Ao
cordinsto the rensrts of extensiva
fravnlpra and frTTiftri enced home pe
pie. the Peabody Hotel is the place
where these wants can be supplied
Tha tuMa la furnlnhnii with the bfBt
prepared by experienced cooks, the
vonma At a alaountlv furnished, tbe
home ia In thB center of the city and
prices are low. Try it. all who want
IIrIIim! Hath! Halust
Clear water, freh a'r, warm foorns
hatha nf a'l llBBKr nUOUS ml no.
Second street, near Adams.
Order "Mil I lord Blaale W ertala.
HabfrlliaT mwiu. aio Sewwl
Nw airck miiHic boxes from 50
cents to $100 each. O. K. lloutk A
Co., No. 3110 Main etreet.
Cheapest cooking stoves at Gabay's
Twksty five styles of Upright pianos
in ro-ewi od, walnut, mahogany ana
eboulzed ca-". Low prices and ev
t.rma i) K. Houck A Co.. No. 3S0
JAHEN C. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nog. 290 End 292
PRICES k Railroad
JAMES It. GOOOBAR.
BOOTS Sz, S
Wo. Hlfl MALV
-Oar Fall and Winter Stock of BOOT Altn N HO EK-the largest in this market, and
i now complete, and we inite the Mercdan'i vmtins Memnnn to eall and exuniine tne same, meiact mat j
home here, and perhaps more than any boute onih ot the Ohio river. lufficient evidence that our gooi and pricei i are gatis'nctory to
the trade. We I'ill carry a large line of t-UalOH-MAlJE OuoiM, inclujing the ee ebrated tJeo. Hocker Calt Booti. Kriopendorf,.
Dittman X Co.'i badiea' K.id, Uoat and fall,
RtiT hon'. flivit urn cull.
Buy Only tne Best and
Save Money I
CIIILDS' MIIOOL KHOEs) ARE
. THE BENT I
We offer you Hiy' Good, Strong:,
Men Button Shoe, inch you
never bouicbt be faro fur lf than
Q'i S5 to 83 SO, (lie klxennunluK
rrom 11 la S.
FOB $1 33
We sell nn Excellent DonblnTlp
ped kbae for Children, 4 to 7,
wurih r.tulr 81 BO. For 81 35,
nraa hind, nlme. 7 13 lo 10 1-3,
worth rvgulur ! 85.
Children's and Mlssaf.' School Fhoei
i heaper Than liter, or Anywhere EUe.
Call and Convince Vouraeivci.
EOlt 2 OO
Ton can buy of n n pair of Lav
diea Kid Button ttlioes Itant yon
cannot nbatllute eliewliere for
FOK $2 S3
We offer yon Ladlva'Pvbbled Mont
UuJton Mines, fully worth 81 75.
FOR $3 OO
Ton can buy a pair or Men's Gai
ters, Lace Bal or Button hnrs,
full slock calfskin, seamless
vamp, solid sole leal her and
coaster, every pair warranted,
worth at least 83 75 lo 84 OO
FOR $1 25
Tan can buy of ns a pair of Hen's
Slltehdown Buckle or Tie shes
that cost ion el.ewhera 81 73.
ZELLNER & CO.
Dt11cI Crabs, Nhrlntp,
Halmon, Fresh Can Mackerel,
Brook Trout, Oysters,
Mackerel In ToiiikIo Catsup,
Hnect fttund Pickles,
Nonr Pickles by theaal. and Injars,
Pickled Onlona. lint RellNh,
Wooster Nailer. ma Catnup,
Capcru, MuNti.nl. irry Powder,
Hulad DreHNlix, Ollv.M, Olive Oil,
t ream Clieeke, Celery tirtuco.
Celery Nail, Etc , Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO
Removed to 308 Front St.,
Between Monroe and Mad lion. Nearly
Urethral Stricture Cured!
Removal Complete. Neither knife, eanitio
nor dilation. No pain, do nuinoug.
Adr's DR. II. W. TUTIIILt,
BOX 1H4. AT1.WTA OA
U. 8. Kxoivkhk Or
, 1886. )
280 Front itreot
Memphis. Tenn., October , 181
flEALED PROPOSALS in triplicate, lub
D ject to the usual oonditiona, will be re
netved at this office until noon of October M,
18-6, to be then and there publicly opened,
... h. fnrniuMnir txt .11 nni.f.fiarv material
and l.bor, and laying of about 800 muuei of
Specification and blank formi for propo
ali can be hd on application at this office.
Tbe government reserve, the right to waive
defect! anu to rejeot any or an iu;.
8MI1I1 8 LEACH,
Captain of Engineers V. B. Army.
Sheriff's Sale of Groceries, Liquors,
TtV .Irl... nl n nril.r nf ala tfl ma direot'
JJ ed.fromthe tialltthancary Court
of Shelby county, aue do. moo, ineo-
doreHeadvi fA . .
An H...i h1 ft .fnhj.. A. 1 Hhm
within legal hour u to the highest b'"
ders, for ch.the! Oroceriei, "in"'
Liiiuon, Eiiturei, )E. Iluntie A C-
at No. 40 Madnon Said itock eo
.;.. r t v. J ... ... J r.nv rin. lltd
however, will be received within thetendy
for the eniire itock and fixture., to be lub
mltleil to the Court Tor approval or rejeouuu
P.rties desiring to make bidi will have a
r-esi to tbe mock by applying to me, or T. B,
Mallory, Deputy Sheriff. ,
Thil the auh day of September. 1MB.
V. D. tJANN''N.hherirT.
W W nns. 1. 1' l.ahman. 11. F.
D.lii. Mvi-r. A- Sn.iiil. Miller A UilniiiD. et
Attorney! for Complainant.
N.B.-The above sate is enntinned to Mob.
o'clock. Thil October0. lJ-Srt
W. i). CANNON, Sherif.
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
II ?MWA1W3 AKI
ant Levee Contractors for Wagon,
W.W. Ij. I'LAKK. E.
nesidei a large variety of other makei. uur
MECHANICS SAVINGS QAI
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, ::::::: 100,000
Intorcst Paid on Deposiits.
OPEN SATURDAYS VHIIt. 7 O'CI.Vt'K P.M.
M. II. KATZESBERUER, Prescient.0 T. KATZESBERGER. Cashier.
BOARD IF DIRECTORS!.
W. U. CARROLL,
JOHN A. DENIE.
J. W. bCBOtlR,
Z. N. ESTE3.
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union
To the Mew Eon
Have attained, has induced unprincipled manufacturers to place on the market a base
imitation. We hereby caution the public that oil Oennine CiK""0' wl11 bear Ht"
on each box, and our Factory Number, aoo, ad District, Bf . .
Ihe only all long Havana nuer cigar on me maraei iur
OBO. F. XjX339 efts CO.,
Factory 2t)0, Stl District. Ji. Y.
FOR SALE BY-S. A. Franiloli, P. Carlin,
MOON & JOYNER,
"THE STANDARD OF THE WORLD."
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STYLES. 825.00 AND UPWARD.
BsrTERMS Cuh, or eaiy Monthly Initallmenta.
SOLE AGENrS FOB
Wn.BflB TAT.lii St..
. 1C1 Union Street, NashTllle.
E. WITZESAHM? Co.
lVliolcHale Dealers and Publishers,
Sole Agents for the following First-Class Instruments:
STEINWAY and IvlSTA.BE
PIANOS... Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
OBOANS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
ite-A NEW 7-OCTAVE PIANO FOR l0.-s
Write for OdaloRue?. Xo. 321 and 22S Second Street, Meiunhis.
ILdIESIES Sd 3LaES"WSrr IS
(OiCCt ESSOlt.S TO S. Mj. EEfc), JOBBERS OF .
Cigars and Tobacco
275 Main Street. Opp. Court Kqnwro. Itffempliiw.Tenn.
JUST BECEIVINO AND IN STORE,
1,000 Ihirs Kew Crop (Season 1S86), Rio Coflee.
3,000 keKs Iron and Steel Malls-best brands.
1,000 barrels Refined Sugar-all irrades.
100 barrels) Slew Crop (eason ls), Itlee.
1,500 pkKS. Iieat and Refined L.ard.
150 tierces Canvassed Hams.
100 boxes Itreitkrast Raeon.
1,040 bag Shot, Powder and Cans.
liAOOO boxes Canned Moods, Sardines, Oysters, F.te.
l.OOO bxs. pnrc New Cream Cheese silver Moon Itrand.
1,000 bags hand-picked VirRlnla and Tennessee Peanuts.
Irfannfactnrers of the celebrated brands of Sit
VER MOON aud JltMrJH Pure Stick Cautlj, and Itaking
Importers of Foreign Fruits, Lemons, Oranges,
Raisins, Nnts, JKte.
Nos. 284 and 28fi Main Street. : Memphis Tenn.
-VtIR STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES
I I - . . l. .... -. :.i .
dium, durable and ityliah goods, whioh wa
n iiik TKAUB wa oner sneo
SOLID SIZES, we are prepared to fill orders
enabling Merohanti to fill in without being
ADLER BBLO. dks OO.
Acenls lor Ihe Celebrated W. E. Donelns S3 Men's Coir Shoes and 1
Boys' Shoes In all sly lea.'
r ILLUSTRATED CATALOQUEJAND PRICE LIST MAILED FREE
J1EYEK, tec'y and i'reaa.
Scraper and Cart Harness.
F. G. JOS EN.
one of the larsreit to be found in any market
jLaaiern m .l"""u"-0riu
A. COHEN, J. H. BIBCOE,
T. F. TOBIN. A. S. MEYERS.
W. B. DO AN.
and Cotton Factors
Street, Memphis, Tenn.
H. J. Heiiter, R. Muster, Jt.u. ivampbeu 4 t,o.
Write for Illustrated CataJscM.M
Memrlii. To 3
No. 1100 OIIto Street. St. EonaE'
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR IS MORE
ik, K..t mnA fina.t hut nlfln full lint. nf mm
offer at low figures.
n..r. inr .nacia
Carrying most of our roods in
ecial siies at NO EXTRA COsI, thui
oompellod to buy goodi not needed