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RULSOAD TO TELE.
laaf.alppl Valley Rant (E., H. O.
nad I. Uy .) Traini on this rod ran ei fol
low!: New Of leant fa't mail, dailr, leavel
at 4:30 p-w.i Vickiborg eipreM. dailr,
leave, et:15 a.m. New Orle.ni fait nail,
daily, arrival it 9:10 a.m.i Yiokiburgex
preu, daily, arrival at 6:44 p.m.
Bfjeslaslppl anal Tennessee. Traini
ova M followi : New Orlaani nail arrival
Sally at :36 a.m. I leavel daily at 5 :W .
.rri mmti MiaalaalPDl Vnl-
ier-Treini lollowii Fait llse
. in. in m.i ht. LodIi fait Una
Lni at 6:90 p.m.t Fut lina arrival at 1:30
b m.iBt. Uuii fait lina arrival atV:U6 a.m.
Eoatavllle and Rashville Traini
mora ai follow! I Fait mail arrival daily at
Si1fa.m.: lea vai at 10:111 p.m. I mall leavel
dally at 10:10 a.m.t arrival at 4:OUdR.m.
t.....!ll. aftflAmrooiiatlom leave! sally'
eio.pt Soaday, at 6:00 p.m. I arrival dally,
zeapt Sunday, at 8 :60 a.m. (itandard tlmsl.
flalf aa(a-(KaM niy.aprlH
eld and Nraphlil-Traini laava M. ana
T. daMt ai foliowi: No. 4, Kaniai City e-
prau, laaval at 10:45 a.m.) Ho. S, Kauai
City aipraii, arrival at p.m. No. ,
Kaniai City mail, leave at 6:00 p.m. I No.B,
nu mail, arrival at 8:16 a.m. No.
f fit. Loaii and Chicago etpren. leaves at
6 -00 p.m. Na. 1, 8t. Louie and Cbtoaioei
prau, arrive! at 8:46 a.m. Ia effoot Sunday,
il 11 IRuA
Meaipbla anal Charleston Traini
nova ai follow! t Through aipreii leavel
dally at 10:40 p.m. Mail and aipreii laaval
.i.u- .t . m Rnmarvllla aooommoda-
tlon laaval dally, eioept Sunday, at ,5:30
p.m. Through aipreii arrival daily at 5:2S
a.m. Mail and eipreis arrival daily at 1C :00
Tj.m. Homervtlle aoeomtnoaeiion arrive.
daily, eioept Sunday, at 8:90 a.m.
a Mama. Iila. Hlriolniliani and Atlan
ale-Holly Bprlnri Routa-Traini rnoye u
follow! I No. 1 leavel Mamphti dally atS:46
. . un. u,lt.a .I f, -.VI n.m.t
So. 1 laaval Holly Spring! dally at 9:00
a.m., arrival at Memphii at 10:10 a.m. I No.
leava Memphii daily at T:15 p.m., arrival
at Holly Bpringi at 11:46 p.m.i No. 6 leavel
II illy Bpringi dally at X:u a.m., am
u ..!.. . a. if. . m
Memphla and Etftle Bork. -Traini
niinwa fMntral itandiird tima) I
& 1 U.wai dailv at 4:20' p.m. I arrival at
ift6p.m. No. S laaval at 5:66 a.m. : arrive!
.i a ,Kn . m Vn. a (fral.ht) leaval IlopeBeld
dally (except Sunday) at 6:00. a.m.t arrival
at 7 1 10 p. in
THE WEATHER.
ladsnaHoae.
Vnr Tennemeti Fair weaUier: notth-
ineiterlv tm'nrfi; cooler.
Wnr Arlnnuu: Fair weatlier;- nortii-
trlv windt; coder.
For Uivittippi: Fair weather; north
V ttlrrly urindt, becoming northerly; cooltr.
Meteorological Report.
L" Time. Bar. Tuer. Wind. W'lu'r
, 7:00 .m. 50 705 71 0 W. Fair.
8:00 p.m. 20.012 77.0 P.W. (flear.
10:00 p.m. :t0. 000 61.0 W. Oar.
Minimum temperature, 64.0.
Oione, 11 a.m., 1.
lUinlall, 0.10. ,
la tha Cotton Region.
Signal Skrviob, U. 8. Abmy,
Octobei 14, 18806 p.m.
Division of telegrams and reports for
tha bftneflt of commerce and arical-
Cotton region bulletin lor trie
twenty-fonr hours ending October Mth,
li a Jh m ,
SV V V f e
MEMPHIS jSf 3B E
IB1CT. a T o a T g fc
f B B I
Memphis . 77 70 .45
Nashvilie 79 68 .00
Grand Junction... 80 68 1.07
Corinth. 82 67 .00
Tuscumbla 83 71 .
Decatur 83 71 .05
Bcottuboro- 85 69 .
Hernando "76 65 .67
Batesville. 70 69 .52
Grenada. 78 6'J .00
- Covington 77 C7' '.17
MDyersburg. 88 DS .92
Arlington 79 67 .25
BrownsviU 85 69 .67
Milan 82 69 .60
Paris 80 61 .61
Bolivar 80 68 .00
Holly Springs 76 68 1.43
' Oxford. 77 69 .00
Poms 1523 1273 7.25
Mesns f 80 67 .38
DISTRICTS. Ilf 1
g'gg'g P
Wilmington 82 60 .01
Charlesion 84 69 .00
Augusta 85 lifl .04
Savannah 86 ID .23
Atlanta 85 69 .06
Montgomery 87 71 .
Mobile 80 69 .15
New Orleans 82 68 .00
Galveston 86 62 .00
VickBburg 78 60 .27
Little Hock 77 . 60 .07
Memphis 80 67 .38
Bums 998 78!) 1.21
Means 83 05 .10
CITY NEWS.
New York Fashion Batar tor
V ember at Manifold's.
No-
The Leglsla'ive Council will meet
this afternoon at i o clock.
An attempt is being made to raise
lands lor a Jtepublk-aa daily.
A marriage license was lsaed
yesterday to J. T. Bolton (colored)
and Dora Balton (colored).
A special venire of 150 has been
ordered for the Meyers case, which
will bs tried next Wednesday.
The Accident I nsurancs Company
of North America has been sued, in
tbe Circuit Court, by Mollie Bennett
lor $tiOOO damages.
Pitcher KnoulT bas signed with
the Baltlmores for next season.
Bronghton, however, is still disen
gaged, except by the Syracuse, with
which he will doubtlees decline to
p'y-
Tbe Criminal Court was engaged
yesterday 4n tlis effort to secure
juror to replies F. F. Semm, excused
on account of sickness. The juror
was not secured and the attempt will
be renewed today.
5! Tbe Board cf Managers of the
Women's Exchange are earnestly re
quested to met in the new Exchange
rooms, No. 30(1 Second street, prompt
ly at 3 o'clock this evening, as b ill
ness of importance requires their im
mediate attention.
Tbe Ancient Order of United
Workmen will give en entertainment
next Monday eight at the Young
Men's Hebrew Association Hall. The
Hon. George B. Tutors and Col. Bar
ney Hughes will address the audience,
and Mr. W. H. Barnes, a California
gentleman, will be tho orator of tbe
evening.
Capt. C. II. Brack ett's Memphis
Stables arrived from Lstonia yesterday
morning by the Lou avil'e and NjbIi
villa road, anl bis stable nf horses
will be in tliiB moroini. Ths following
is a list of the horses: Peacock, Wil
lie Mar, in, Capt. llamner (two year
old), full brothnr to Willie Martin,
Nina B. (to year old), Belle Biackett
(two year old), Leroy and Barbata.
E. L. Lovelace, tbe ex-policeman
who was convicted some time ago of
obtaining money nnder false pretenses
Irom A. n. aoja, was tue tiohbu oi u
accident Wednesday night which may
result faUl'.V. Lorelgce was in bis
lent in the Workhouse camp on the
Randolph road, near Wolf nver, when
Gus Coulter, a guard, began firing his
32 caliber revolve r at a dog. The ball
fiierced the caovBisacd bit Love. ace
n the back, lodging about three inches
to the ltfl of the spinal column. It is
doubtful if be can recover.
St. Mary's Mlrsion to the poor
earnestly appeals to the benevolent
fnr mnnev. colli, warm ClO'.umKi
blankets and ma'erial for providing
the poor with wotk. This misiion is
actively engaged in the care of the
p .or and toe sici, ana conuueuuy
aeks the sympathy and support of the
rltiutna of Memnhis. All contribu
tions in money or In kind sent to ine
mirsion room, No. 340 ropiar sireei,
will be thanklully aiknowledgea.
-The will of the lats W. M. Mc-
Feirin.of Collieivi le, has been p;o-
ba'ed. lc divides lis property fquaiiy
among bis children and granactiuuren,
hut. in pib Ha wife inrvivee him she
is given flV'6 out of the tettntor'ii
Dersonal estate. Mrs. McFerrin's will
w also fllii for probate, bnt i con-
ttA by Wm. Simnson on the ground
that it is not genuine. Mrs. McFerrin
leaves her property in uoinervuie 10
her hoBband, and at bis oain to iu
Methodist Uhu ca lor use as a paracn-
sgo.
Wm. H. Barnes. V. O. M. w. A.
0. V. W., of Oalilornia, will deliver a
public addrrrs at the Y. M. II. A. Hall,
corner of Union and Second streets,
Mnndiv niu'it. ttie 18th instunt. Dir.
Barnes is editor of the Fraternal Jndtr.
and Kan Franclcco Call, is a man oi
ability and eaid to be an elegant
r.aaker. Mr. Uimev lluifhes will
also deliver an addrers that evening
afer Mr. Barnes, on the eubinct ol
"Initistion of a Candidate." Every
hntv la invitad. and no one should fail
tn hear thtsi two lecturers The
ladies are especially lnvliod.
PERSONAL.
IIrnry Ldkiibu am bas returned from
St. Louis,
Mas. Florence Finlv Moobi ar
rived in the city yesterday
I. Menu, wife and eon returned
from New (Means yesterday.
La bus wishing to join Mrs. Dillard's
dress making class are requesiod to
meut ber at Miss dar Conway's rei
denes tomorrow morning at 9 o clock
Tna ladies of the Stranirerg' Church
will on ibis evening- expect to see all
of their friends ts well as those 1 1 the
rhnrrh at the residencx oi tbe Kov. ss
M. Long, corner of Liudcdale aud
Jackson streets.
Joski'h Mancini. who with his wife
and two children returned home lost
week from Europe, was the recipient
of especial and humans attentions a'
the hands ol ex-Mayor ftuwara uooper
and Dr. Stimpson, of New York. On
the vovsae Irom Havre Mrs. Mancini
- -
was taken so seriously ill that on the
a rival oi tbe vtEBei at me lurmer city
she had to be removed in au ambu
lance. Mr. Coooer on boird tbe
ataamsr had secured the prompt ana
cottinuous attention of French
physician for tbe sick lady, and in
New York ordered the ambulance
which waa necessarv to ber safe re
mnvnl as well f s comfo't. Mra. llealy
and her daughter, of New York, who
were passengers on the steamer, aico
showed Mrs. Mancini marked atten
tion, and when the vesiel reached her
dock where they were met oy ineu
relative. Dr. 8t mnaon. secured bis
Immediate services for the invalid.
Dr. Ktimpeon wa prompt In these son
vices and went Deyonu me pro
feisional demands. He engaged a
suite of rooms for Mr. and Mrs. Mao
flint at tha Hotel Rovale.but. untottu
nataly, the proprietor, whom the doo
tor sub eonentlv denounced as a brute,
had not the milk oi human Ktnaness
in his breast. When the ambulance
drnve nn tn hia door with itl burden
be rofueed to receive ber, ana oraerea
her and her husband to leave imme
diately. Dr. and Mrs. Stimpson at
once proffered their hospitality, which
waa irattluilv accepted, anu rare.
Mancini remained with them two
days, when she joined her husband at
the Hotel Normandy, which, by the
way, is one of the very bet In New
York. Mr. and Mrs. Mancini are run
of gratitude for the kindnecs of ex
Mavor Cooper. Dr. Stimpson aud Mrs
and Miss Hale, whose humane Im
pulses sre in marked contrast with tbe
Inhumsn proprietor of the lloiul Koy
ale.
LAW HEPORTS.
4'irrnlt C'onrl-Kites, Judge.
Jurv calendar for October 15th : Nos.
8616. J. E Goodwin vs Keneiaw Mann
facturinii Company: 8001). VV. T.
Uowdrn et al V AndrewNiewart twin,
. , m . i .1 .. , . i in . anhn f
w.i. uawuro v o r vrinniii , oiu, i.
Sheridan vi J. II. Stafford et al i 8978,
Wm. Cunningham vs N. K. Sledge;
8002. Mrs. Ana Lerill vs Dr. 11. J.
Shaw: 8004. Mary Nev vs Jacob Storls;
SOU? Ulnti., I P.nn l.tniavlIlM
and N sh ville Railroad Company, 00110,
-- nTiTiiAiii w
. J. Koapp vs aacrgs Bri , t r KWl, W.
Smith Vs Isaac West; 0002, W.J.
A
Smith vs A. B. Urown,
Chancery t'onrl-l'.lletl, Judge.
This beinn motion dav the day will
probably be dovoted ti business of
that chatae'er.
T11ANSFEIIS.
D. Pante et al to 1, J. Latham, lot 3
A. J.Hays's subdivision, 107Ji352J feet
on fattoa avenue: consideration VM.
Jno. M.Thompssn to Mary Pigeon,
132x150 feet west, side of 'Kayourn av
enue, near Webster Btreet : considera
tion 1!040.
T. lvy et al to B. T. May. lot 3 of
W. C. Bradford's snbdivl ion of coun
ty lot f00, 2!xl!i!)J foet, south side oi
roplar etrent; cousideration f 1HUO.
K. Wolf et al to Hchofleld, Hanauor
& Co.. on Washington street near
High, 38x148 J feut; consideration
SHOD.
Adiline Kohlmnn,mortgags to R. B.
Snowden, for SMI 8U, lot 14, block 485
City oi Memphis.
MoaogrMiu ItaugleN 9f nli'ord
LadleM' Fur TrliainliiK"
For Dresses, Cloaks and Pack. You
will save money by examining these
goods and comparing my pi ices with
other establishments. I am introduc
ing these goods (or tbe first time, and
will sell them cheap to set them
started.
i u. r -v.. n i.t.i. f..a.
aidj Aja ura a- uia ui nil ikiiiuo .uuue.
Stolls, Capes and Cans in all kinds of
tur. Va" "nfl them.
1 MARTIN COIIKN. th Hatlar.
iiH .Main itreot.
Order "Mnllanl M tide Medals.
Notlor.
1 am now ready to wait on rrr
inencisand tne punlio at largo wnn
the choic'st of nier.ts, oys'ers and fish.
Kememher tha p'ai-e: it is at the cor
ner ot Ji'gh and PopUr. Telephone
i0. 8,0, u, 8KES9aL( SB,
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY,' OCTOBER 15, 188G.
AMUSEMENTS.
Tha Hew MeaanbU Theater.
The DeriTi Auction seain attract; d
fair house lost nigbu Tbe sale of
seats for tonight promises a brilliant
audience, as all fie desirable places
ere going rapidly. as io
the meriti of the performance
we ran onlv repeat what we
have heretofore said, that it surpasses
any spscticular play seen here in a
long time, noi oniy in me peauiy ui
its Bcerterv and cos urn es. but in tbe
superior skill of the artis's enraged
ar,d the csmeliness and srace of tbe
ballet.
K. B. Hnnlell and "Tangled Liven."
Amons the man v pleasant theatrical
everts anticipated at the Memphis
Tbeattr durintr the present season,
none, perhaps, will a' tract more Inter-
tat than tbe approa' hiug er gagomeot
of Mr. R. B. Mantell aud the superb
crmpany of snpoortir g srtis s which
Mr. Auauetus 1'itou ns secured in
order to give Tangled Liven an appro
priate and fitting interpretation, wr,
Mantell'a srtiitio ability in emotional,
romantic characters, Is 6? well and ia
vombly known that the mer) mention
of tbe fact that Mr. Man'ell assumes
the part cf the hero cf the drama
ought to bs sufficient tc at trait over-
i : .
nowing aauieocen. ivcitfriij iu mo
play, the company and to Mr. Man
tel!, we excerpt from a late iswe of
the Philadelphia l'reu as follows:
"The moral of the plsv is a Kcod one.
Tangled Lwei is an adJUion to tbe Deer,
plays oi the class, ins dialogue is
briuht. wit'v. oiten larcastic, seldom
preachy or dull. Of the acting but
little ran be said which lsiio;ccm-
mendatory. Mr. Manteh s love scenes
with "Edith" are exquisite, and his
well modulated voice lends itself well
to the dialogue of these parages. Iu
the stronger emotional icenes, like
thote in which be sees hU happiness
destroyed lust as be was about to en
joy it by the appearance cf the woman
he believed (lead ; and, again, in the
last act. when he discovers her perndy
and can hardly reetrain h'mself from
strangling htr tho?e qualities which
gave htm ma first great success in re-
dor a, were again str, kingly apparent."
Mr. Mantell will commence an engage.
ment of five nights snd Saturday mat
inee at Memphis theater, Monday
evening n?it, and the sale of eeais
will open at Munord s tomorrow (Sat
urday) morning at usual time,
A Nw Show at Popular Price.
Everybody, that takes Interest in
amusements. i askine "What kind
of a show is Foiepaugh & Samwel.'s
Carnival of NoveUiesf ' that is an
nounced to appear in tbis place on
Monday, October 18 b, for one week,
on the Blutl. For tbe information ot
our readers we can say that it is a
i eon table exhibition under canvas,
such as has been the invariable cus
tom to charge il, 75 cents, and nevtr
leBS than 50 cant) admission, and
which ia exhibited at the extremely
low fliture of 10 cants to each patron.
The company is smong the best of
any ot the tented exhibitions in
Ameilra and includes the everywhere
celebra'ed Forepaugh family, eight in
number, who, both in surface and
so lal aits, have no p eta. Prof. Sam-
wells troupe of trained aminals, in
cluding dogs, g lata, ponies, monkeys
and bears, evmca miracuous pro
ficiency on the part of the trainer and
extraordinary if not incredible
sagacity in bis brute pupils.
LOCAL. NOTICES.
Mas. J. H. Rlatkb, teacher of Ger
man,, Gay oso Hotel,
P. M. Stanlit, funeral director and
embalmer, 66 Madison street.
Dm Mitchell & Maury have re
moved tbeir offices to their new sana-
tarium building, No. Ill Court street.
Mim Cabbie M. Kiatino, pianist.
may be found at the store of E, Witz
mann & Co., 221 and 223 Second
street, from 3:30 to 6 p.m. every day
till the 15th instant; after that time at
the U ay oso Hotel.
O. W. Millir & Co., Paten I Asbestos
Fire Proof Roofers. For durability,
Iron, lelt and gravel roots, ao. bo
Madison street.
Tna Herbal Chill Onro, the beet
tonieand antl-mriodln known. A sartaln
and inraonre for chilli. Prico II par bot
tle. Sond itauipi for oiroulan. An? rat
aranna iin. Adiiraii Jobn 0. Huo'tcr,
Lrnonbara. va.
All authorities azree that the milk
of a braltby mother is the best food
f ir ah infant. Next to thie. aud con
taining all the element' for perfect
nutrition, is Mellins food, which,
after a long test, is highly Indorsed by
promiuent inediml men.
Flue Wateli repairing at M a 1 ford' 8.
A Welcome Iiiiifroveiueiit.
The Memphis Steam Laundry aod
Shirt factory have opened a perfect
little gem oi a place next door to the
Aitial offica and have laid in one of
the handsomaet aud completest sleeks
oi gentlemen's furnishing go ds ever
hrougut to turn market. Mr. i. J.
McCarthy, well and favorably known
to our cniaens, naa onarge oi tne es-
tab,tahmeDU nd.hiB of f(iend8
wliidoubtlessimprove tbe opportunity
to onr citizens, bas charge of the es-
oi renewing oia nee, or scans, no puu
intended, uive tne new enterprise a
call. You will be pleased.
Noltd (Silverware at Mnllbrr
DaudrntT
IS BI1COVS0 BT TUK OSS Of OO0OA81HI,
And it stimulates and promote the
itrowth of the hair.
Bu rnntt 'a flavoring K'raa a a the
best
nuiora, jeweler, xv Jlulu, ao-
llciU orders rrom the cenatry,
ADDITIONAL 1(1 VEILS.
Cincinnati, O., October 14. Night
iver o ieei on me gauge and station
ary, w earner ciouoy.
Pittsbubq, Ta., October 14. Nioht
River 5 feet 1 inch on the gauge
anu wiling, n eavuer ciouuy and cool.
Evansvillb, Ind,, October 14.
Night River 4 6-10 feet on the gauge
and falling. Weather high wind;
vnermomeier ui .
Whbkunu, w. Va , Ootober 14.
Nicht Kiver 2 feet on tbe eauire and
falling. Weather clear and wiudy to
night, with very alow rain during the
day.
Louistvillb, Kt., October 14 Night
River 3 feet 11 inches in the canal
and 1 foot 0 inches on the falls and
filling, business dull. Weather part
ly ciouay, auu winuy.
Caibo, III., October 14. Night
Kiver o reeio incnea on tbe gauge and
falling. Weather clear. Arrived : Ohio,
Mempnis, i p.m. Departed: City of
uauo, vicasuurg, noon; Unto, Cin
cinnati, 4 p.m.
St. Louis, Mo., October 13. Night
River f ilieii 1-10 fot t, and stands tt 910
f et on the gauge. Weather clear and
cooler. Arrived: Belle Memphis.
Vicksbnrg. Departed: City of Vicks-
Durg, vicasDiirg.
EBB TO S
L0Q1S
How to Go From the Bluff
City to the Wound City
for Nettling.
The Plan as Arranged by the
Misfit Clothing Parlors.
THE ROUTE-Eitber 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 oars.
FULL DETAILS.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors are
not issuing free tickets to St. Louis,
but any one buying a Suit and
Overcoat thero 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 you
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 tailoi will charge you'
would pay for a trip to St. Louis.
Hundreds of Fine Suits.
Tempting Arra jol Spring Over
coats,
Big Stock of Fine Pants,
all soiling 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.
Remember, all alterations to in
sure a l'eriect lit, vvata Divt
m . -a-, j-t T t T
OF CIIAROE, b? a Frst-olass
Tailor.
MISFIT
Clothing Parlors
'262 Second Street,
at
Opp. Court Sqqarp, Mgrnphla. Tftnn,
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
a 18 Main St., Memphis, Tenia
A NEW atUPPLY OF
SCHOOL BOOKS
JIWT RECEIVED.
ADDITIONAL MARKETS.
Chicago. Ill, October 14. Cables
Quoted dull foreign nihrketa and con
tinned no warlike iotellivence. Appa
rently nnd'jr this iitluence values
were lower and a portion of yester
day's advance lost. Speculative offer
ings of wheat were lariie,end consider
able Ions property pure! used yester
day was thrown overboard. Cora
and oats both ruled dull and easier, in
t-vmpathv with other markets. 1 to
vi'ions were dun, mo is poric Being id
. - ... . . - w
20c lower, rlour qnie', firmer and
unchanced. Cash quotations: INo.
spring wheaN7171jc;No,2 red wheat.
71 Jc. o. ' csrn, s-mflaoc. no. i
oais.24lo. jno. a rye. 4c: rno. l. ozc,
Mesj pork, S3 90. Lird, $5 70. Bhoit
ribs, loose. f5 70. Dry called ah on I-
dure, boxed, 5 405 45; shor clear
sides, Hi 05(')G 70. Tbe markets all
clofod at inside figures at 2:30 o'clock
p.m., as follows: Wheat October,
7lc: JNovemDerwiin irecemDer, ttic
May. 8l'o. Corn Oc ober, 84Joj No
vember, 3oc; uecenioer, 30jc; May,
401c. Oate October, 24c; November,
25Jc; Uecembbr. 2&b; May, Si'.c,
fork October. S ; iNovemDer,
SS 021: January. $9 90. Lard Octo
ber, 565; November, $5 75; January,
$5 95. Short ribs October, 10 70
January,$5 05. Receipts Flour, 21,
000 brls; wheat, 87,000 bu; corn, 167,
01)0 hu : oats. 124.00.) bu : rve.3000 bu ;
barley, 91,000 c-u. ftnipments lour.
17.000 br e: wneai, d.uuo du; corn,
84,000 bu; ost, 161,000 bu; rye, 3000
bu; barley, 28,000 bu.
Chicago. Iil., Ootober 14. The
Drotwa' Journal repoiti: Cattle re-
eeints. 10.500 head : ehlDments, 2500
rood, at ron ir: common, weak: ship
ping steeis, 950 to 1500 lbs, $3 50
iol5 40: a'oekers and feeders. 12(4
3 25; cows, bulls and mixed, $170
(3)3; bnlr, $2 202 40; through Tens
ca'tle light supply and gooo oemunu ;
Rtnnni. $ n0(3 40: cows. Si 35(2 60;
Western ranirers Hie lower ; nau ves anu
half breeds, S33 90 ; cows, $J 40&3 15 ;
winternl Tnxans. S3W3 50. Hons re-
' v ' . ' ,. I
reints. lO.MK) head: thiomenta, SOOU
bead; market strong early, cioseu iut
lHn Ofnr- rniioh and mixed. M ou.fll
4 20; packing and shipping, $3 90X
4 60; Unlit weights, S3 6004 45; skips,
12 20(a3 25. Sheep receipts, 6000
head; shipments, 1500 head; market
slow and a shade lower ; natives, S2
(A4; Western, S3 40?)3 CO; Texans,
$2 203 10 ; lambs, S3 754 75.
PiTTsBrBQ, Pa , Oc'ober 14. Petro
lenm dull; National transit certifl
cst's opened at, 64 jc and closed at
64.; highest, 65c ; lowest, 6 1 jo.
Dyeing and Cleaning.
Ladies and cents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, aho kid gloves,
I ostrich feathers snd lace curlains by
I Lou's Reipel, 58 Jefl'erson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods received by express.
JAMES C. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nob. 290 and 292
Saddles.
EtlDDy f HI
Wy SPECIAL PRICES k Kullroad
JAMES M. CIOOUBAB.
GOOBEAR & OMF AM
BOOTS
No. 319 MAIN
arOurFall and Winter Stock of BOtiT AND HIIOKHthalarseit in thil market, and
ti now complete, and wa inTite tbe Mercbanti
houie here, and nerhaDi mora than an, home
the trade. Wa still carry a large line of
Uittman 4 Co. Ladies' Kid, Qoat and Call,
anyhon-e. Ofveo.arall.
SCHOOL SHOES!
Buy Only the Best and
save money I
ZELLNER&CO.'S
CU1I.DS'
BC'IIOOI, SHOES
THE BENT!
ABE
FOR $1 75
We otTr yen Uje'Wood.Strone;,
Neat Bnllou Nboca, anch aa yon
never bonarbt brfore for lent than
a aa to OO, tbe iliei rnuniug
from 11 to a.
FOB $1 25
We sell an Excellent Double Tin
ped Rboe for CblMren, 4 to 7,
worth rrgnlnr 91 OO. For 91 SO,
mil bind, alsea 7 1-8 to 10 1-H,
worth rcgnlar ft 89.
ata-Children'a and Hieaei' School Phoel
heaper Than Kfor, or Anywhere Elao.
Call and Convinoe Yourielvcl.
. FOR $3 OO
Ton can buy of a a pair of Ea
dlea' laid Button athoea that yan
cannot anballlute elaewbere for
$ 00.
FOR 25
We oftr yon Eadlea Pebbled Goat
Button bboea, fnlly worth S3 70.
FOR $3 OO
Ton can bny a pair of Men'a Gal.
tera, Eace Bala ar Button ahoea,
full stock calfskin, aeamleaa
vamp, aolld sole leather and
counter, every pair warranted,
worth at leaat M 70 to 81 00
elaewbere.
FOR $1 25
Ton can bny of na a pair or Men's
Blltcbdown Bncble or Tie Shoes
that coat yon el.ewbera 91 79.
ZEIXNER & CO.
Deviled Crabs, Bbrlmn,
Salmon, Fresh Can Hneherel,
Sardines, Lobsters,
Brook Trout, Oyatera,
Mackerel In Tomato Catsup,
Sweet Stoned Pickles,
Sour Pickles by thecal, and injara,
Pickled Onions, Hot Relish,
Wooater Sance, Tomato Catanp,
Capers, Mnstard, Carry Pitwder,
Salad Dresalntr, Oltvrs, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheeae, Celery Suuee,
Celery Salt, lc . Kte.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO-
It. ETJPFERSCHMIDT,
IMPORTER AND DIALER IN
6nns, AmmnnllloD, FiBhiD Tact.e
ami himrljouenk' hiipiilfes.
V'llOLr.HALK AND RKXAIb.
H34 nln ttreet, ,nmblat Tennt
Manufaoti'it a and Repiir'mr ol uni a
BpeclaltT. Largent Stock. Betaortment.
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
811EA McUARTHI, Propr,
1411, Hi, 114 Front, Memphis.
ONI Of Iflk LARGEST BOILIR BHOPb
it tha Bosth. and tha only
S oiler asrt BheeV-Iron Wurki In the elty.
laanfnctnrers cf beavy lnt liw
work or every deaerlptlon. Bpealal
att.ntlnn i.atlon work-
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Importara and dealora In .n"?J
nlllo- and rial.iB Tackle, iinlldera'
Hardware, r.l.nn-le Bells and An
nonclat vra tor Hoteli and Reiidonflei,8
Main atreet, emphla, Tenn. Electric
auDDllai alwaya on hand. RepairMueaU
done
Frank Schumann,
Importer and Dealer In
Suns, riahlne; Tackle and Sports,
men's Supplies, ew Special attention
given to MANUFACTURING nd Rl
PAIRING. -mm
1LX filialu MtnMemplaIsXenn
. 1
E. Fa
SECOND STREET,
WHOLESALE
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
OF
Harness
H. "581 WARE AND
ant Levee Contractors for Wagon,
EHTADLISHIir) X86O.)
WM. It. CtllK, E. J. CAKKI.-VGTOBI.
A717-IIOXj?F1S.IjI!JI
STREET MEMPHIS,
viiltint Memntiii to oall and extmine tne name, ine raot mat we ion more loan voy oia.r
lon'h ot the Ohio river. 1 mffinient evidence that oar coo'4! and pricel are latii'ictory to
UfTOri.JI 41E HOODS, including the ce'ebrated Ueo. Hooker Calf Bunti, Krivpendorf,
bendei a large variety of other makei. Our
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
' NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, ::::::: $100,000
Zntoreat Falci on Deponlta.
ePEK SITCBDAYS VHIlb 7 OLUVH r.H.
M. II. KATZENBERGEB, PrdenU T. KATZESBERGER. Cashier.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
NAPOLEON HTLL, JOHN A. DENIE. A. ,0HEN, H. BOE,.
W. a. CAKROLL, J. W. bCHOHR, T. F. 10BIN. A. 8. MEYERS.
Z. N. ESTES.
S. 8.
(NCCCEitaORS TO ESTES, DOAN A CO.
7Lolesale Grocers and Cotton Factoro
Hps. II 1-2 and 13 Unicn Street, Memphis, Tenn.
To tk: Trade and Smobi'S
THB IMMENSE
Have attained,
induced unprincipled
Imitation. We hereby caution tne p
1 tne public mai
Number. SIOO.
Oi
REPUBLIC
hai
The only all long Havana niier cigar on 100 mara.v iui w mu.
OBO. 3E. IiIBS e CO., " "
Factory 20, 3d Wlsirlt t, S. Y.
FOR SALE BY-S. A. Praniioll, P. Carlln, H. J. Heiiter, R. Mtiiter, E. O. Campbell k Co.
MOON & JOINER, Wholesale Agents,
"THE STANDABD
PiKT.OTl AMI) CHAPEL STYLES. 125.00 AMU L1YYA1U1.
as-TIRMS Caih, or eair Monthly Installment!.
SOLE AOENES FOB
No, 888 Main St.,
Ml Pnlon Street, NaahTllle.
assannnnnnsawanwann
E.WITZEIAliriCJoo
Tfbolesale Dealers and Publishei-8,
Sole Agenti for tha following Pirat-Claai Instruments;
STEIISTWA-Y
PIANOS Kranich &
OKGANK Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
a-A NEW 7-0CTAVK
Write for Catalogue". TSon. 221 aud
(M l XKSSOIU TO S.
Cigars and Tobacco
275 Main Street. Onp. Tonrt, Kware. Ivfeniplilii.Tenn.
OLIVEilHIEMO
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
JUST RECEIVING AND IN STORE,
1,000 liags Kew Crop (Season 1S80), Klo Coflee.
3,000 keRH Iron and Wteel Nails-bent brands.
l.tlOO barrels Kenned Sugar all Rraden.
lOO barrels New Crop (reason 1SW6), Kiee.
l,SOO pkRK. Leat and lteflned Lard.
150 tierces t anvassed llauis.
lOO boxes Ilreakfast. llacon.
l.OOO bags Mhoi, Powder and Caps. .
1 OOO bnxes Canned Uooda, Nardines, Oysters, Etc.
l.OOO bxs. pnre Kew Cream Cheese silver Moon Ilranrt.
1,000 ba( hand-picked Virginia and Tennessee Peanuts,
Manufacturers of the celebrated brands of 8I1
TEK MOON and JlKMflll Pure Stick Candy, aud Baking.
Powder.
Importers of Foreign Fruits, Lemons, Oranges,.
Raisins, Nnts, Etc.
Nos. 284 and 28C Main Street. : Memphis, Tenn.
AIM
Boots and Slaoes
261 MAIN ST.
dium, durable and itjliih aoodi, whioh we offer at low ngurei.
TO 1
THE 1RA1K wa offer iracial
B0UD BI'.KS.weare prepared to fill orden lor ipecial iliei at o 4Aia l-uoi, uua
enablinc Merohanti to fill in without being oompelled to buy goodi not needed
Aaente for the'.t elebraled W. I.. Ponslaa Jl.n'a Calf Sboeand 'l
Boys' Wioes In all ai,lem
wILLUSirATED CATAliOQUEIAND PRICE LIST MAILED FEEE -m
MEYER, Bec'y and rrea.
MEMPHIS, TENN..
Collars.
T-1S4THEI".
Scraper and Cart Harness.
F. 6. JOJfES.
TENNESSEE.
one of the larir.it to be foand in any market-
Kaitern mate soodi cannot be lurpamed Dj
niwA A fii-PT. .
BPICXB.
tr. B. DO AS.
POPULARITY 0TJE
manufacturer! to place on the maret a bait
an uenumo iiurrvi wm ubti
3d IHMriei, n. x.
OF TOE WORLD."
Write lor DluitraUd Catalacas.'VS
THE SOUTH WEST,
JVXexxx't?!!. Tenn.
No. 1100 Ollre Btreet, Ss. EosrnTg
and KNABE
Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
PIANO FOR lo.-Mi
22S Sccoud Street, Meniphis.
I. EEfc), JOBBERS OF
Inducement!. Carilnimojt of onr modi in

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