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MILI91D THE TABLE.
laalaalpftl Vallry Bonis" I, H. .
d T. By.) Traini on thii road rnn ai fol
lowit New Orteani fatt mail. daily, lw
kt 4:80 p.m.j Viokabora eipreai. dally,
leaTeast9:lea.m. New Orleyoi feat mail,
daily, nrrWei i t :10 a.m.t Vioiaburg ax
preei, daily, arrival at 5:45 p.m.
MlaalMtppI and Tenaee.-Tratni
Bora at Jollowit SewOrleaai ''"""
dally at :26a.m.I 1t daily at 6:00 p.m.
ewjtorlNcwsMd Mlaalaalppl Val-W.-Traini
nova at followi: ait ne
luTU 10:00 a.m.: ht. Looli fait Una
!m!m at 5 30 p.. Fait Una arrival at 1 :30
1Mb" St. UuU fait Una arrival at 9:05 a.m.
Lonlavllls and Hashwllle Traini
- feiinvn rut nail arrival daily at
r.lKi.m.i leave at 10 ill) p.m.: mail laavel
daily at 10:10 a.m.; arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Drawnivllla accommodation laavel daily'
xeapt Snnday, at 5 HH) p.m. t arrival daily,
rn.Dt Sundav. at :50 a.m. (atandard time).
d.ii umi (Haaiai t'ltr. Hnrlna-.
t.irf m.i Momnblai Tratnl leave M . and
T. depot at followi: No. 4, Kaniaj City ei
treaa. leave! at 10:45 s.m.t No. 3, Kaniai
'City eipreai, arrivea at 80 p.m. No. S,
Kama City mail, leavei e6:00 p.m.l No.ll,
ir.iouCii mail, arrival at 1:45 a.m. No.
I, bt. Loaii and Cbieaxo expreri, leavei at
:00 D.m.i Na. 1. bt. Louis and Chioeuoei-
uraM, arrival at 8:15 s.m. Ia aflaot Sunday,
li ..II 111. tlUM.
Msmphis aad ClurlU Train i
nova at followi: Through eipreM laavel
dally at 10:40 p.m. Mail and eipreM laavel
ji.ii k in. fin .m. Rntnervilla accommoda
tion leavei dally, sxoept Bunday, at .5:30
. m . I'kmfltfh HnMu arrival daily ato:!)
sjm. Mail and exprail arrival dally at 1C :00
B.m. Bomarvilla accommodation arrival
daily, sxoept Bnnday, atB:80a.m.
Momnlila. iilrmlwahara and Allan
fla UmII RnflnM Wf.n t Trinl ItlOTI al
followi I No. 1 laavel Memphia daily at 8:45
1 . ...I... . Illl Untlnn at 5:58 D.m. 1
Srileavai Holly Brrlnw, daily af :00
a.m., arrival at Memphli at 10:10 a.m. I No.
Uavai Memphli dally at 7:15 p.m., arrival
at Holly Spring! at 11:45 p.m.l No. leavei
Jl illy Spring! daily at Iiio a.m., arrival a
U -ll. 4 a.lK an
Manipbla aad Mills Kovk.-Tralni
riiAa Imntnl etindurd tima):
Mo. I laavel dally at 4 -.a)' p.m. arrival at
:5ft p.m. No. 8 leavei at 5:f a.m. : arrive!
at 8 iM a.m. No. 6 (freight) leavai Hopefleld
dally (exeept Sunday) at 6:00. a.m. arrival
at 7 iiu p.m. mm m
T1IE WEATHER.
BT)toroloa;lrnl Report.
Ther. Wind. Wth'r
70 0 K. Fair.
82 0 B.E. Olo'dy
68 0 8.E. Lt.rain
Time.
Bar.
7:00 a.m.
3 :00 p.m.
10:00 p.m
:0 921
2!.7!"(1
29 493
Minimum temperature, 68.0.
Oione, 11 a.m., 1.
Unfal, 042.
' la tua 'otton Braloa.
Swwal Skbvice, U. 8. Army,
Mober 13, 18886 p.m.
Division of Meerams and reports for
tha beneAt of comene and agricnl-
tnre. Cotton reglo. bulletin for the
t 1 " tr-ionr hours nndMf October 13tb
' at 8 o'(Air
B"'
KKMPtirs saw.
TBICTi
Memphis
Kaebville
Grand Junction.
Corinth .........
Tnacumbia
Decatur
Pcottaboro
Hernando .'.
Batesville.
Grenada.
Covington
DyenDurg
Arlington
Brownsville
Milan -
Pari
Bolivar
Eolly Springs ...
Oxford
83
84
83
80
84
8fl-
85
80
80
83
80
95
85
85
80
80
81
82
96
60
60
08
58:
64
61
68
66
72
69
00
n
65
68
65
44
68
67
70
.or
.00 v
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.05
.07
.'OS
.0Q
.00
.00
.32
1
Sums.. .1.1..
Means
1692
84 1218
64
.70
.01
CITY NEWS.
" The Amateur Ath'.etio Acsooiatlon
will give an entertainment Friday,
October 22d.
In the Cilmlnal Court yesterday
Dick Weathers w found guilty of as
'sault and battery and sentenced to
' six months in the Workhouse.
Mrs. Matilda Young entered suit
for divorce yesterday against Benja
min F. Young, alleging desertion and
falhire to provide for her support.
There will be a meeting of the
Boaidof Eirectors of Ihe Young Men's
Chiistian Association '.at 4 o'clock
p.m., in the library of the Y. M. 0. A.
In the ctss of Mollle Wells, who
sued for divoros from Ohas. Welle, a
decree of divorce was entered yester
day in the Circuit Court, witu costs
against defendant.
V. V. Biimm. the nick luror in the
Bath murder case, has been oxcuod
from further service. A venire of fif
teen is ordered for this morning, from
which to till his place.
Miss Rosa Tenton. of Ciittenden
countv. Ark., is a heroine. When
bitten on the loft forefinger by a cotton
mnnlh anaka she eei.ed an ax and
chopped off the poisoned finger, and
is now out of darger.
TT 1 T CU.a 1lnit J..H
vf rlDK XV. ULUIiftvUU B IDbnnK ObUIl
Th Catting Aunty of Mrt. Itch and
Mn. Alethirt, will be if sued in paper
covers and in cloth binding on the
20th ol October by The Century Com
pany.
Margaret Dolan, whose husband,
John Dolan, was killed by a train
November 20. 1880. while tctlng as
night watchman for the Louisville
and Nashville railroad, vesterdav re
covered Judgment in the Circuit Court
lor J.WU. xne veraici was emereu vj
consent and ia the result of compro
mise.
Lists for the Thelsn and Shelby
Countv Democratio Clubs have ben
onened at HirDtnan A Bro.'s. No. 28(1
Main street; J. T. Walsh & Bro.'s, No,
60 Main street, and McNally & Ool
bert'e. Nos. 176 and 178 Main street,
where all who are friendly to the cause
are requf sttd to call and leave their
names.
While digging in the eand pit
near the Kansas (iity railroad Incline
yetterday, Tom F.uglisb, A. Dauriw
and Bill Ter.y were injuted by the
falling in ol a portion ot the bank
noon them. Tern Knglish's leg Is re
poittd brcken.and Danriic is severely
bruited in the back. Terry's injuries
are not known.
The committee In charge of
or naiatlong for "Harvest Home" ob
eivance next week, for the benefit of
destitute children In cate ol tbe Wom
en's Christian Asicciation. desire to
meet all the friends interested this
tnorninsr (Thursday) at 10:30 0 clock
at No. 273 Main street, where bgi,
etc., are ready lor distribution.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Yonntr Men's Christian Astociatlon
will hold a meeting at 4 o'clock this
afiernnon in the Durlor of the Y. M
C. A. Hall. 207 Main street (Leo block)
All ir.ambaia are reauested to meet
promptly, and all friends of the asso
ciation are cordially invited to be
present. The a'Boemtion is making
goad progreis. and it U dis'red that
tbe Ladies' Auxilhvy have as !nr,ie a
memberehiD as have aescciatiocs in
other cities the tin of Memphis.
Maria&e licences were issued yes
lerdayas iollows: Lucien D, Waller
1JBI
m
' -. Si
to Ml MtjtKle L. Riwell, W. U.
Meyers to Misi Benlab Robinson,
Lake Boyd, colored, to Miss Anna
Warwick, colored. Thomas Mitchell,
colored, to Mr. Maria Uladden, cil-
ored, lien Davie, colored, to rranKie
Kicbardaon. colored, Henry Kigiana,
colored, to Carrie Cooper, colored,
Henry JSnroy, coiora, to Missvaiue
Haywood, colored, mote morn-, col
ored, to Ella Broddie, colored, E. H.
Barringtine, colored, ta Fannie Har
rington, colored.
PERSONAL.
rp. Ti. E. Bullihoton will not be In
his office Fiidav and Saturday, the
15th and 161 h. ,
Mm. K. a. Williamson, of Fort
Smith, Ark., returned home tms
momma alter a pleasant viph 10 uer
numerouH friends in our city.
Mns. Ciikllis. room No. 21, Cotlon
Exchange Buildinsr. will have a grand
oDeniuir of miliineiy and decorative
ait work louay ana tomorrow.
.Trims Armhtbono left for hvane
villa last niirht to attend the funeial
of bis father, Mr. 0. Armstrong-, who
d'ed yeaterday.
Tsa ladies of the L'nden Street
Christian Obnich will tender a recep
tion to their minister, tne itev. J. o.
Rrtnav. and hia family, who have re-
cenlly moved to Memphis, 011 Friday
evening ol tbis week. The friends of
be congregation ara most corumuv
invited.
A IlrnegiHt'n titorj.
Mr. Isaac C. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
fnr h nfljit tan vears Bold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balsam for
tha Lunwi. I can say of it whut I
nnnnt aav of any other medicine,
have never beard a customer apeak of
it. tint fo nralae its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
In a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest enects. 1
haVA lined it in mv own family for
many years; In fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
use.'
11
LadiCH' Fur Trimming;
For Dresses. Cloaks and Packs. You
will save money by examining these
goods and comparing my pricei wun
nt.hnr nfttahliahtnente. I am introduc
ing these goods for the first time, and
will sell them cheap to get tbem
atm-ted.
Also Ladles' Furs of all kinds. Muffs,
Stolls, Capes and Caps in all kinds of
Fur. Cull and gie them.
MAHTIN COHEN, the Hatter,
'19 Main itroot
Fine Watch repairing- at Mulford'e.
Bath! HrtUirf' Ballis!
OAttr water, frosh a'r. warm rooms
hatha of all descriptions at No. 222
fiqeond street, near Adams.
tf
otrtis! Shlrlsl
All Styles 'tt.l nrl.a In order.
Memphis Steam urtrt Factory. 224
Second. .
Hulford. Jeweler. 204 Main,
apw
Helta orders from the country.
Notioe.
The Hon. Zack Taylor, the nominee
of tbe Kepubilcin party lor uongresp,
and Mr. James Phelan. nominee
the Democratio party for Uonweae1
will addrers tbe citlr.ons of the ientA
Congressional District, in Joint -
cusaion, at the time ana piaceB sifieu
below, namely: . - ,
Uermantown, xnurstiay, ucc i, i
P.m.
uomerviiie, rnaay, uoi. xo, i p.m.
Somerville, Saturday, Ojt, 16, 1 p.m.
LaOraoge, Monday, Oct. 13, 1 p.m.
Willlston, Tuesday, Oct. 19, 10 a.m.
Moscow, TueMay, Oct 19, 4 p mi
Pocahontas, Wednesday, Cot. 20, 10
a.m.
Middleton, Wednesday, Oct. W, 4
p.m.
MauisDury, i Duisiiay, uci. 21, iu a.m.
Grand Junction, Thursday, Oct. 21,
Toons, naay, uct. zz, 10 a.m.
Bolivar, Saturday, Oct. 23, 1 p.m.
Whltevllle, Monday, Oct. 25, 1 p.m.
Whitehaven, Wednetday, Oct. 27, 1
p.m.
a van 1 1 y-v 1 nn 4
uapievuie, inursuay, uci. ia, 1 p.m.
Memphis. Friday, Oct. 9, 7:30 p.m.,
at Exposition HuiUling.
Mason, Baturuay, uct. su, 1 p.m.
W. J. BMITH,
Chn. Republican Cnng. Coininiltea.
E. V. ADAMS,
Chn. Democratic Cong. Cuuimitleo.
HIonoxranillaiiitleM JMnlloril
luudrntr
IS BIUOVID BT TUB USB 0 OOOOABIM t
And it etimulates and promote the
srowtb of the'hair.
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are the
beet
Order "Mullord M de Medals.
A df Ice to MotUcrn.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing 8yrup
should alwavs be used when children
are cutting teoia. it relieves me uttie
sufferers at once; it produces natural,
quiot sleep by relieving the child
from rmin. and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all
Ealn, relieves wind, regulates the
owels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty'
five cents a bottle.
ADDITIONAL IIIVEKS.
Cincinnati. O.. October 13. Night
River 5 feet on the gauge and falling,
Weather clear and pleasant.
Pittsbcbo, Pa,, October 13. Night
Kiver 5 leet 4 inches on tne gauge
and stationaiy. Weatber clear and
cool.
Wiibsunq. W. Va . October 13.
Night River 2 feet 1 inch on the
gauge and falling. Weather days
warm, nights logny.
Cairo, III., October 13. Night
River U feet 0 inches on the Range and
falllne. Weather cloudy and warm
No arrivals or departures of regular
packets.
Looiaviu.1, Kt., October 13 Night
Kiver 4 feet in the canal and 1 foot
10 inches on the falls and falling
Business dull. Weather cloar and
pleasant.
Nbw Orlians. La.. October 13.
Night Arrived and departed: Future
Citv and barires. and City of Baton
Rouge, St. Louis. The Ed Richardson
left for Greenville, to resume her place
for the season in the band trade in
place cf the Paigoud.
St. Lotjis, Mo., October 13. Night
River fallen 1-10 feet, and stands 7 f et
on the gauge. Weather clear and very
warm. Arrived: Oity of Vii'kebnrg,
VlckBhnrg; City of Natihea, New Or
leans Daparted : Charles P. Chouteau,
New Orleans.
Subscribe for the "Appeal."
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TIIURSDAY,
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
The Hew Uayoao.
FARRIN0T0N, BTKWART WHnB,
Pmmitn,..
Ratal $2 50 to M par day, according to laca-
ucb qi ruemi.
Nnlile. Mo
Mr D Powen. Mo
Wm Miller, Mo .
O Y Balmon, jr. Mo
frank HamUord, Mo
O YBalmoe, Mo
Mm Muic. Mo
K U MoA'ee, Mo
W A Bodine. Mo
J M McCulloch. Mo
Mn llniinood, Mo
J McMuxh, Mo
W V Turner, Mo
I,TWation,Tenn
J Rflopton, Mo
J A beifon, Mo
II (1 Guran, Mo
11 0 Kerrii km. Mo
Mm Woodyard, Mo
0 Oleuno, Mo
J P lUn'ey, Mo
TKltarley, Mo
W Bli'ny, Mo vr. row, mo
II L (Junrlei 4w.Mii! Mn J U Lenox, Mid
0 K Hose, Mo
Mn W K Bell. Mill
A H SLewart. Mill
W Hbepard, Mm
HSh'an, Mis .
J M Woodnll, Mm
H Moody, Mo
11 T :;err, Mo
J K Parri.h. Mo
I Q Holland km, Mo
Mi. a Knlland. Mo
T Wilron, Miu
B T Ward. Mo
W M llowen, Mo
M a Weaver, Bio
Mlu Fsrknun, Mo
Mn L Holland, Mo
KCbk'oIIo Aw, Mo
0 U William". iinton
M Oriy. Clinton
w Noal, llinion
tip M..Iniire.Oliaton 8 FlannafaH. Clinton
H Brewer, Clinton H I Baird, Clinton
Mini Uaird. Clinton Mi bi-ratt. I Iinton
K 8 Mahler, Clinton H b Moore .Vf, Mo
T Tucker, Mo
JV1IHI IVIOK, iu
J O bhiiup. Mo
Min Terrell. Mo
B Kreed. Mo
J Q Brantly &o, Mo
J m Bran. Mo
RCMoBethiir, Mo
Mr MnLiue. Mo
C 8 Jererd, Mo
C Clenney, Mo
CBe l, Mo '
J V Uuulap. Mo
J Kahn. Mo
J A KnhneitocW, Mo
R I) Blair. Clinton
V A rtneoi.y, Mo
Mr J w Hhirnp, Mo
C C Williaun. Mo
DO Whit,. Mo
(1 0 Bhaw Aw, Mo
M V Li k inn. Mo
Mim McU.tli. Mo
W 11 Jerard, Mo
8 K Price, Mo
fl P Jobnron, Mo
a U Baker. Mo
L Baum, Mo
H A Mnhe. Mo
J J Mclvee, Mo
Mr Farrnn.1, Clinton Mii Blain. Clinton
J Ward, Clinton K waru, unnion
A T Huillonf, unnion n nr, "
V L llttrner. Clinton S Bliitt, Clinton
ini-.u ,,tnH A A Kmi . Ulinton
j v I,.r, v,.,.u, .... -u.,,..
O Johnnon, N Y F T Uullin, lena
p i Tate'. Tenn A I) Arnutrotm.Tenn
J I' Cole, Tenn J K onn. ln. .
t ii, n J Tliniinnir. lenn
JChaiiiberlai''&w,Ark W Armitrong .Mill
Mn llolany Hie.itx mn "'"""""?..
Mim Jordon. Tex Mn H t MoMenry, Kf
II Mnltenry, jr. Ky B J Force, hy
11 C Moore, hai JHW illard. Mm
A U Treiuaoli. J.enn u i"
A Haynie 4w, Tenn j Norton, Mo
1. f.Mmli. Tenn
J 1) UInilUIUl Al
11 Uritjokt ll, Ind
C Watiion, N V
T K Price, MI'i
K M Miller, Mill
8 t llaynoi, Ark
KL Turner, Oa
11 J Wheeier, Ky
r K Kinenon, Ky
(1 Li Atkiui, lenn
F LCI re, Ala
T ll H.1,.1. Tnn
Rll Bell, Ind
A J Noble. N Y
STCe, Mim
J Conalanoe. Ark
P E Harbor, Mo
T J hhermn, Oa
K M Monby, Ky
B E Collini, Ala
li R bUvens, Ala
B K Sullivan, Mill
R(iHrnei4w,N Y
TKBluiion,N Y
, BJtnei, MO
A R Pattanon, Mo.
Peabodw Hotel.
0. B. OALbOrVAy ft CO PioriToas
Hatei li oO and 13 per day. acoorama vo
lie and location of room oueolal
made ratal.
Mn L Buihor, Ark W Bnrrelt, Tenn
Mill A llawkinl, mo mn nryson, inu
W B Mandy, Mo
1 r nonoway
Mo
W Clijnua, 410
O D Uiiwkini, Mo
(i Deune, Mo
11 HettaRO, Mo
JJ Wilaoo.AIo
J Watchel, Mo
?H Htrutjr, Mo
RBuxh, Mow
11 bheldon, Mo
T M Peeler, Mo
J 1 Bradley, Mo
W Kamiey, Mo
W B Taylor, Mo
Mini Petler, Mo
F M Uroff, Mo -A
C Martin, Mo
0 Cheatham, Mo
J B Harnett, Mo
1 H Hainan, Mo
V PMnrio, Mo
J M Elder, Mo,
W Bryant, Ma
li Marx, mo
B Brown Aw, Mo
R Luoai, Mo
V Meyen, Mo
R 11 Alliion.Mo
A K Buab, Mo
K Fowell, Mo
M T Panler. Mn
W P MclJonald, Mo-
J V renn, mo
T Pone, Mo
U T Peelor, Mo
Allen Jonei, Mo
U Y French. Mo
J S Liuhtfivot, Mo
A R W ildea, Mo
X V Miller. Mn
3 Uolilainith, Mo
F II Roie, Mo
I Uoldiinatu. mo
B K llarrli, Mo
1) Peck, Mo
11 A Bnbcock, Mo
A J Benitar, Mo
I llalitin, Mo
J W Home, Mo
H Holland, Mo
E Barge, Mo
W P Llnrle, Mo
R Adkinton, Mo
G Brown, Mo
O Baker, Mo
HP Peeler. Mo
Will Potter, Mo
W Woaklor. l
0 p Duval, M
J BoBKir.MO
F AtocLH Mo.
1 ffardy. Mo
William!. Mo
R Nation, Mo
( MereUeld, Mo
(1 W Btone, Mo
AWally, mo
Mill 8 Peeler, Mo
0 rHIaneMo
IW Snvd.r. Mo
W 11 DeJLnTornne.Mo Mini E Dais, Mo
n IIVtUIIQIRUV.mu
MinKMoBrida.Mo
U Day. N U
L Hwooie. Ark
C E Ivea, Mail
T Hartinaa, Ark
T. W Ch.rrv. Ark
J Vancleari, Ky
K W Porter, Ara
Mini McCowan, Tex
TPBprin. Te
Mill A McCowan, Tex
w w isott, mm
11 Pclimidt. n x
P 11 Kins, la
MraJ O Walker, Tex
J H VanmaterAw.Ark Mill M Blaydei, Ark
FA Montfomery.mlilBi'aiiron, Ara
ti ur 1 .. T (!A.n.ra. T.nll
A 0 Kllithorpe, 111 F T h lithorpe, III
II M Cole, Ky 0 W Bloat. Aw, Mo
MaitarVanmeter.Ark R M Btrother, Mo
Ku Robluion. NO O II Intrarion, Mo
ph.. ui n,....i... T.i III llnvt. N Y
J ti .adecb, Mim Mn T ti Jauiet Mill
(1 W Bardine, Mo
W Hhcrer, N V
llDPhlllipi, Oa
P 0 Uadol Aw. Mill
II R MoVeigh, Ark
Knl Hill. Tonn
W F Perkim, Eoaton
J M Binartv, Mo
J Orithnin, Tenn
W Lawrence, Tenn
C J Campbell. Ala
C Hamilton, (la
W Jackson, Mill
O JnnflR. Ark
V Anna-ion, Mo
B ltullin.Tenn
W .1 Uoyd &, Ala
W Jon.xAf, (ia
Jai M it.liell. Mill
J Cu'dwe 1, Mi
J A Shrove, Mini
Mrs 8 Elder Af, Mill
I, White, Ky
W K Morliinor.Ky
X U Yancey, lenn
C ll Cameron, Mo
J J Bakron. Ky
A Cali.-b, N Y
II 11 Nelnon, Ind
W 11 F ynn, Ky
Mm Himuioni, Ark
A J North, Mo
A J I'erea, ill
W W Rutlodne.Tonn
H 11 Mat lock, Ky
Mm J Kiim. Ark
J U KiuUi'iky, Mim
J U Kadxiiiky, mii n uuinn, aim
J Arriniitun Aw. Mill Mien rrmgton,Mlll
H Duflin, Mill
J V JenmnKH, Ala n' J itainp.su
.1 Mm-h.r nn.. IA J Hi Dnlse. la
Mra W (1 YerKor.Miai MieiAllunlor.Minir.
Onaloii'a Hold.
W. IT. IlTNdHAM MlliOll.
European plan. Knlarired and refurniihed.
rricn aocoruma to me anu loca
tion of roomi.
a T Flnlnv. Minn (1 K Croiraft. Ark
Mm A I) Millikeii.ArkMri K Houston, Tenn
Mill F llamblet, Ark Mm A U haw. Ark
Mr K W Oobba, Ark P K Cobbi, Ark
11 Miner, ark k u mi or. a n
Mm I) Clayton. Mill Mini H Norman, Mill
n F Ulna. Ala V 11 Fl nnen. A a
j Fiiher, Ala Mra J J lieavii, Tenn
Miai C Mmter, Tenn J K rtpecit, Jonn
A (1 Ilenrr. Ala J B McKet, Ala
J H McFerran. Tenn 8 P Wilaon. T.nn
W M Taylor. Tenn T J Taylor, lenn
J M Brown, Mim J K llyloi, Mo
K I) Mannonel. Mo r llanse II. MO
Mn la leali Ao.Mial Mm A Kobb Ao, Mill
P Rrlckcy. Ark J Ku (Ten. La
It A Chapman, Ll Mm KiiiibrouBhicMia
Mill Mcl)onnKl, mill J I) Brown, (ia
J Bhearer, Ark J A Tontille, Ky
MnL Hrnwn Ac. Mm H w wi ton. lenn
K 11 Collins. Oh c
MraluwilliauiaAiArk
Mini h Morrii, Ark
0 11 Brown, Tenn
H L May, Terns
W P Halo, Ark
Mill Ii llayea. Tenn
Min McKinney, Ark
W 8 Hayct, Ark
H p Haye, Ark
K J Cotter Jiw, 111
JKIienAd. Tenn
Carroll, HI
A C Morse, Mian
J T Williami.Miai
K L Stewart, Tenn
J 0 banda, Ark
RP Able, Ark
SH Grier, Mial
11 Lowinan, Mlai
J b Koblmon, Tenn
J V Porter. Tenn
1 W Benthiil, Mill.
J 1) Dayton, Tenn
Mm F Powell, Ark
Miaa SSummera, Ark
li K Mantell, Ark
(1 Straiti. Miaa
Miai A llerrin, Tenn
Miaa U Klina, Tenn
M Clarke, Tenn
J N Piiltim, Tenn
R 8 Saunderi, D C
K J Keith. Ark
J D Leatherwood Ark
r J Wulih, Ky
J 8 McTIh,Tenn
M Mcllghe, Tenn.
Duffy's European Hotel.
Corner of Adami and Main ttreets. Rnomi.
6Uo, Tc ana 11 per day; Amencan Plan,
a. per any.
Flr.t claiiRe.taurant In tha lintel.
J. M. MU X (1(1 yeara with Peabody llotel),
rroprieior.
li V " l
C C And
U M Coi
L C Wlthera. Oh'o TJIlayward, 8C
deraon, Fla
W ll Hell, Mn
R J Smith, Tenn
11 T Murry, Ark
W C Taylor, MiM
C L Uiiodwtn, Ohio
J M Lauioth, (la
J 1) 1'ivor, la
I. T Holmea, Tenn
11 M Kline. N Y
onnera. Ark
A II Knmht, Ark
R T l.ijard, Mo
J M Talor. Miai
RT Malcolm, tl a
0 11 Wilaon, Tex
R R Carrothera, Ind
CO William.. Ark
R C Nail, Ind
J J Parker, Tenn
C F Moraan, Ohio
J J Parker, lenn
W P Painter, Tenn
T Kennell, Ark
A 8 Tate, Miaa
A 0 Uaaparr, Tenn
L Kramer. Ind
W K llcndvraon. Mill
0 J F Wharton. Tenn
N T .hotwcll, Me
II Winil. Mo
Wm Stephana, Tenn
u nunnaily, lex
W C llroka , Tenn
F Ott, Tenn
C b Momann, Ind
J T Caaaeli Aw. Tonn R J llupkina, Ma
W A Itopkina, Mo AMewby, Ark.
1 am now reBdy to wait on my
friends and the public at larfie wiih
the choicest of meats, oysteis and tlsli.
Hememher the p'ace; it is a the cor
ner of High aud Poplar. Telephone
JNO. (U. H. SKRH9KL., BR.
KoiiaiSilTerHHre t MnllrI'
HnhSLun
How to Go From the Bluff
City to the Mound City
for Nothing.-
The Plan as Arranged by the
Misfit Clothinjj Parlors.
THE ROUTE-Either direot by
river or by steamer to ieimont,
Mo., thence by rail, or all rail, via
Nashville and Cairo.
ACCOMMODATIONS Plenty of
room lor all excursionists, duc no
r aa 1 i
sleeping-coaches 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 Parlors yon
get really First-class 'Cloth and
First-class Work. You really get
Double Value lor your money.
SO
that the difference between
our
prices for fine tailor-made clothing
and what the tailor will charge you
would pay for a trip to St. Louis
Hundreds of Fine Suits.
Tempting Array of Spring Oyer-
coats,
Uig Stock of Fine Pants,
all selling for leas than the cloth in
them cost.
Make no mistako, as Misfits will
save you many dollars.
Open evenings until 9 ; Saturdays,
until 11.
lveuiember,. all alterations to in
sure a rerieet iit, jjUiNtt f ivbu
OF CHARGE, . by a Frst-class
Tailor.
MISFIT
Clotliiiig Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Sqngrc. Memphis. Tenn
Young & Brother.
Booksellers and Stationer?,
319 Main St., Hemphill, Tenn
A NEW SUPPLY OF
SCHOOL BOOKS
3 VST KECEIVED.
LOCAL. NOTICES.
Mm. J. H. Slater, teacher of Ger
man. Gayoso llotel.
P. M. Stanlby, funeral director and
embalmer, 65 Madison Btreet.
TbbriC is no hotter coal 1han Ala
bama Splint. Office, 278 Kecond street,
Dim. Mitchell oc Maury have re
moved their oIIicpb to their new sana-
tarium building, No. Ill Court itreet,
Miss Cabrib M. Keating, pianist,
mnv h found at the store of E. Wil
mann Vc uo., ..'i ana i& oeconu
street, from 3:30 to 6 p.m. every day
till the 15th instant; alter thai time at
the QayoEO Hotel.
O. W. Millkr A Co.. Patent Atbestoi
Fire Proof Koolers. For durability.
flauale.d bv none. Used on wood, tin
iron, felt and (travel roofs. No. 66
Madison street.
Tni Herbal Chill Cure, the beat
mU,.j &ntl-ierlodl0 known. A certain
and inrs oure for chilli. Price 11 per bot
tle. Hand itampa lor olronlari. Any rer-
arenct llXtlb .taoureil Joan v. oaoier
Ltnchberc. VS.
Mi Upton is now at 402 Shelby
street, southeast corner of McCall, Op-
Doeite the U8V090 uoiei, prepare 10
make dresses in the latest btyles. Good
work and reasonable prices.
Tna steamer Jas. Lee, being de
tained on account of low water and
bad weather, will leave this day at
10 o'clock a.m. sharp; auo on batur-
dav next at 10 o'clock a.m.
' 11 UL'9 T HE T . Rnn'i.
Thosb compiaininq of Sore Throat
or Hoarseness suouia use du
Bronchiai. Tbochrs. The effect is ex
traordinary, particularly when used
bysioseisand speakers for clearing
the voice.
All authorities agree that the milk
of a healthy mother is the best food
for an infant. jNextwwns, aim
taininu all the elements for perfect
nutrition, is Mellin's Food, which,
after a long test, is highly indorsed by
prominent medical mea.
Tn "Exposition Unlverseiie ae i an
nnllnolra" tt lirdflll til 8 hlilbeSt DOU-
oratn Anooatura Bitters as the most
afl nir nniatimll intlO CXC11V Ml" H
natit .mi in knnn the diaestive cr-
irans in oood Order. Ask for the gen-
. " . f I
rr J 14 n. 'sipirert A Sons. nd be
artinlo m anil IRPinmi U1I1T "J
ware of imitations.
SL Man'a Mission to the Poor
m M.nnki. moiro. nrimnt appeal for
money, coal, warm clothing, blanxeis
and material for supplying the poor
with woik, This mitsion is actively
engaged in the getieinl care cf the
sick and reedy, and aeks for the eym-
pathy and support ol me ciu"
Memphis. All contributions in money
or in kind sent to the clergy nousp,
N,i. S4R I'nnlar stree Will 00 inana-
fully acknowledged,
OCTOBER 14, 1886.
JAMES C. BELL, Fresldenl.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY GO.
Noa. 290 and 292
Saddles,
s
SJLBtt? T.BY
I6T SPECIAL PRICES to Railroad
JAMES M. eOOUBAR.
O feOvTi"
BOOTS & S
So lift MAIST
ww vur x ii ion n luior ovgci oi ' ' "
-f T? 1 1 I nrii ri 1 DmtT. AWn
ii now complete, and wa invite the Merohanti
home here, and perhapi mora than any houae
the trade. We itui earry a large line '
Dittman k Co.'i Ladiai' Kid, float and Call,
any houra. Give oa a call.
SCHOOL SHOES!
Buy Only the Best and
save money !
ZELLNER&COS
CUILDV
BCHOOL SHOES
THE BENT!
ARE
FOIt $1 75
We offer yon Boja' Good, Strong,
Neat Ballon Kboea, auch aa won
never bought before for leaa tban
3 sr to X SO, tbe alaea rnunloR
from 11 to a.
FOU $1 25
We sell an Excellent Double Tip
ped feboe for Children, 4 to 7,
worth rt gular 91 DO. For 81 25,
aaine hind, ilin 7 i a lo 10 1-2,
worth regular 91 S5.
-Chlldrn'i and Miaaea' School Shoea
cheaper Than liter, or Anywhere Else.
Call and Convince Youraelvei.
FOIt $3 OO
Ton can bny of n a pair of La
dle' Hid Button Hboes that yen
cannot aubslitufe elaewhere for
3 OO.
FOR $9 25
We offer yon Lad lea Pebbled Goat
Button Shoe, fully worth 84 73.
FOR $3 OO
Von can buy a pair of Men's Gal'
tere, Lace Bala or Button Olioea,
full sleek calfskin, feamleaa
vamp, solid sole leather and
conater, every pair warranted,
worth at least as 79 to OO
elsewhere.
FOR $1 25
Ton can buy of us a pair of Hen's
Slltehdown Buckle or Tie Shoea
that cost yon elaewhere $1 70.
ZEIXNER & CO.
Deviled Crabs, hrlmp,
Salmon, Fresh Can Mackerel,
Sardines, Lobsters,
Brook Trout, Oysters,
Mackerel In Tomato Catsnp,
Sweet Stuffed Pickles,
Sour Pickles by thecal, and In Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Relish,
Wooster Sauce, Tomato Catanp,
Capers, Mustard, Curry Powder,
Salad Dreselnc, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheeae, Celery Sauce,
Celery Salt, Klc, Ete.
J. F. BUCKHAM fe CO.
R. KUPFERSCHMIDT.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IS
Huns. Ammunition. Fishing Tackle
and Sportsmeni,' ftonplies.
WHOLES l.B AND RKTAIL.
924 If al ii direot. Memphis, Tensu
Mannfaotnrirz and Rapei'lriK ot ttnm a
Sneoialty. Largest Stock. BeataaaortmenU
. EAGLE
Boiler Works.
Mil Ft Jk yteV.x RTH. Propr's.
HC, 14.2, 114 Front, Memphis.
rvnvntrni MkniRT liOILKtt SHOPS
Ll U ths Boath.and ths only eompleta
oiler sad Bbeet-Iron Workl in tnionr,
j.MfmA.nwAva t hiuif i nlsie) Iron'
work of every rteaeriptlon. Bpeolal
attantlna Alalon worlt.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Importart and dealer in 1nJiL,"'.",",
nltloaa and riahl TsjrklJ. ''
Hardware), t.lcclrle Hs aud Am-
i.. ti ..J Ttaldanoel.849
Bf.ln atreet. Memntils. Twmn. Kleotrle
aoDliai slwari oa hand. Rapainn naaui
dona.
Frank Schumann
Imnortar and Dealer la
Sans, riNhluc TncUle nod Sports
men'sSnppllos. axsr Special attention
Siren to MANUFACTURING and R-
PAIRING.
113 MluStMeunLtlJ,Tnai
E. Fe
SECOND STREET.
-WHOLESALE-
LIANUFACTDRERS AHD JOBBERS
OF
Harness,
- -
SITS15WABE AND
ant levee Contractors for Wagon,
bbtabxjIbbsid xeoo.i
w I. UI.AICK. K. J. AKBI)fGTOW
AR & COM
WHOI1PI8AI1B
STREET MEMPHIS.
aiinm.thii .rmt in thii marae', aou
. ' .7 " " . . ' , .v ,om-
uttina memiinii k oaii ana oiui...
III H.UIIII.
lonib ot th i(hio river, i. auEc 'n"e, Aft.d tieo. Hooker Calf Booti. Krippendorf.
-a V r T h.r mak.i Cur
beiidei a large variety of other makei. our
ECHAHIGS SAVINGS BANK.
NO. 7 MADISON lICti.A.
PAID TP CAPITAL, : :
Interest Iaicl
OPEN SATCROATs VH
M. H. KATZEJiBERGEB, President.
ROAKD OF
NAPOLEON HTXL,
W. H. CARROLL,
tttkt i nrvTC
wn h(1hr
Z. N. ESTES.
8. S.
(SUCCESSORS TO EflTES, DOAS CO.) 'Ji1 '
7Lalesale Grocers and Cotton Faclora
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Stfeet Memphis, Tenn.
TotleUaa
THE IMMESE
Have attained, ha Induced nnprinoipled
GRID
REPUBLIC
Imitation. We hereby caution the public that all uenuine varro. iu cm - u
on eaoh box. and our Faotory Dumber, SOU, 8d nistriet, . .
Xne only all long Havana nuer oia ar on iu uii v-.
GKBO. laIBB c CO.,
Factory 200, 3d District, S. Y.
. . . . , n it n i 11 k. l.
FOR BALE BY-S. A. FranitoH. P. Carlin,
MOON & JOYUEIi,
"THE STANDARD
Pinrnn iwn chapel styles. zo.uu ajmw ijrnAjfts
BSTTKRM8 Caih, er aair Monthly Initallmenti.
SOLE A0IHrS FOB
No, 888 IVEnlzx t.,
sail r.m.atrML Masbvllle. I
E. WITZEI AHMi Co.
Wholesale Dealers
Sole Agenti for tha followlnc
STEINWAY
MADfOS Kranich &
OROANS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
eirA NEW 7-OCTAVB
Write for Citalogne. No. 831 and
(fiVVtESNORS TO S. JL. I.EK), JOBBERS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
275 Main Street. Opp. Court Square. Itfemplil". Tenn.
mm nrvi
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
JUST RECEIVING AHD IN STOBE,
1,000 bags Kew Crop (Season 1886), Rio Coflee.
3,000 kegs Iron and Steel Nails-best brands.
1,000 barrels Reflned SiiRar-all Rrades.
100 barrels New Crop (reason 1886), Bice.
1,500 pkgs. Leal and Reflned Lard.
150 Heroes Canvassed Hams.
100 boxes RreRkfast Hacon.
1,000 bass Shot, Powder and Cans.
1000 boxes Canned Moods, Sardines, Oysters, Ete
l.OOO bxs. pure New Cream Cbcese-JlUer Moon Rrand.
1,000 bags ban d-pleked Virginia and Tennessee Peanut.
Manufacturers ofllie celebrated brands of SIL
VER MOON and JUfcMPIII Pure Stick Candy, aud ltaklug
Powder. linpwrter8 of F0regn Fruits, Lemons, Oranges,
Raisins, Nnts, ICte.
Nos. 284 and 28G Main Street, ; Memphis, Tenn.
AM
Boots and Slioes
261 MAIN ST.
dinm, durable and ityliab (oodi, which wa offer at low ngurei. -
TO Til K TBAltlt wa offer .pedal Inducement!. SVqJ
80LID BIZKS.weare rrenared to fill orden lor ipecial liiei at M) tXTHA CObl. thus
enabling Merohanti to fill In without being compelled to buy goodi not needed.
fk T"T .ttzt BRO. db OO.
Asenls for the;C elebralf d W. J.. Ponslas S Men's Csir Uoeand 1
Boys' Shoes In all Hlvles.t
M-ILU'STBATED CATALOQUBIAHD PBICB LIST MAILED FEEE -m
METER, Sec'y and rreaa.
MEMPHIS, TEKNW
uoiiarse
L13ATHEK,
Scraper anu tan iiarnegg. -ajr
e. JONES.
mi arr rCcW
xno
-,--- " ..i
The fact that we lell more than any other
. ----- .J. A .,i. In
Kaitern macie goods cannot be lurpnaed by
naiiern MO,MA H o-eAT.
$100,000
:
OM.
TJepoaits.
IL 7 O'CLOCK P.H.
1. KATZENBEEGER. Cashier..
DIUilTVIH.
A. rOHEJJ. J.
H. BI8COE,
T F TOBliJ. A.
. 8. Jltx EK3.
BPICER.
V. B. DQAK.
POPULARITY OUR
CI
mannractoreri to place ion "lareei . dm.
U. J. lleiiter, K. Miuter, a. w. viminu vv.
Wholesale Agents,
OF THE WORLD."
Write for IllmtraUd OatsJstss.BI
THE SOUTHWEST,
Momphlai, Tenn.
MOO Olive Street, St. lm)
and Fubllbers,
Flnt-Claii Inatrumenti;
and IvjN JJJil
Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
PIANO FOR lo.-s
323 Second Mreci, Jaempms
F.
PAMY
HOE
GARROS
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