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RilLEOAD ME TABLE.
iMiippi Vsiiey Route (i-t w. -
IMi t. By.) Trsinl on thii road run as lol
lowe: New Orle.ne fe-t mail. daily, .
it 4-30 .! Vicisbora eipreis. daily,
leavee at:15a.m. New Orleana fast mill,
daily, arrives t :10 a.ro.i Vicksburg ex
press, daily, arrivee at 6 : p.m.
aataslsslppl and Tmmw.-Tralni
move M toilowe: New Orleans ineil arrives
Si it :Sa.m. leavee daily at 5:00 p.m.
l.Mmcmu MIlMli.pl Fal-le.-Treine
mort H follower aet jlns
htm at in: -J "h 'f in,S
taTiM. Wa' fluA Una arrive at:05 a.m.
LoalsvlUe
and Raahvllie Tratna
on aa follow!
Fast mail arrlres dally at
6,15 Vn. t leaves at 10 :10 p.m. I mall leaves
.Ullv at 10:10 a.m. I arrival at 4:00 p.m.
c.i.illa accommodation! leevee qeiiy
loeptfiondnT. at 6:00 p.m. ! airivee daily,
II,itSunda,.at8:&0 a.m. (atandardtime).
.. v..iKaui t'ltT.NDrtna:-
fleld and Memphlsl-Tratne leave M. and
- .t M:5 a.m.: No. 8. Kansas
fiiti amram. arrives at S0 p.m. No. 2.
;alaa U I
- - K I I..... .la. v n n.
liy man. V.
itr mall, arrives at l:to a.
m. I N o Tl,
Unaaa Cit
a- No.
I. St. Louts ana vnicaao aapra,
les.Tva at
a.rm - N. 1. HI. LanU Ha 1D1
lori! HUH.
Memphis and Chnrleato'a Tralna
nova ai follow.! Through axvreea leaves
daily at 10 :40 p.m. Mail and eiprMS leaves
daily atlOrOBa m. Bomervtlle ooommoda
tioa leavea dally, eieapt Bunday, at 5:30
p.m. Throughexpreee arrives dnly at5:2r
a.m. Mall and eipreea arrives dally at 1C :MU
S.m. Bomervllle sooommodattoa arrives
all. etneptBnnday, at II :30 a.m.
I Hemphla, HlrsnWhaneaud Atlan
tie Helly Bprinire Routa-Tralna , move as
..ilnwai tin. 1 leaves Memphit dally at 3:45
, .rrlvaa at Holly Bnrints at 5:58
Knrin. atfS:n8 D.m
Mo. 8 leavas Holly Hprinirs
Snnm aauy at ;uu
(at 10:10 a.m. i No.
.. rrlYai at Mampri
laaToa Mampkli dally
at 7:lBp.m.,arriTa.
at HllyBprinat 11:45 p.m.i No.6 !
Qilly prion daily at 2:16 a.m., arrival at
ajmn)iif at 6:46 a.m. .
Hrmptila and Lima KorH.-Tralni
feiiA. fMntral atandiird tima):
f?o. lloavai daily at 4:20 p.m. larrlvaa at
tflftp.m. No. SleaTaiatSWa.m.j arrlT
at:Na.m. No. 6 (friht) l-atei Hoiwfleld
dally (eioept Bnnday) at 6:00. a.m.: arrival
at lav t-i-m,m,mm -
TIIE WEATliEK.
Inillrnllona.
For TtnntMft: Fair vxathrr; nmth
rWy wind), becoming tatlerly; llighly
vxtrnur in the weUrn portion.
For Arkansas: Fair weatlter; easterly
vnndt; wirmrr.
The riveri will rimain nearly itatkn
xry. '
Mimi-bh, Jmt OBtobar IS. 1W.
Time. Bar. Taer. W(hd. W'th'r
7:00 B.m.30 27(l fiC O N.W. Clear.
3:00 p.m. 30.305 71 0 N. Clear.
10:00 p.m 30,3tU (10 tl N.W. Clear.
Minimum temperature, 55.0.
done, 11 a.m., 1.
Kainfail, 0.00.
la the I'oIIob Krslou.
Bional Service, U. S. Abmy,
Oclohei 15, 18800 p.m.
Division of telegrams and reports for
the bsneat of commerce and agrtcni
tnre. Cotton reition bulletin for the
twenty-fonr hours finding October 15th
t A nVlnclr n m
3 5?h 2H2. 5-
MEMPHIS DIB- 5 q 5' :3 B P
. ? g ? 0 :
Memphis 72 55 .00
Nashville 63 .00
' Grand Janction... 75 51 .00
Corinth- 81 47 .00
Tuscumbia 50 4(1 .00
Decatnr .............. 80 62 .
Pcottoboro 82 54 .00
Hernando 73 40 .00
Batesvill .70 , .64 .00
Grenada- . 75 - ; 47 .00
Covington 73 48 .rjO
Dyewburg 83 47 .00
' Arlington ... 78 47 .00
Brownsville 73 50 .00
, Milan 70 50 .00
Paris 72 89 .00
Bolivar 70 62 .00
Holly Springs 72 62 .00
Oxford 77 61 .00
'Puma.. 1427 041 .
Means 75 50 .00
Npk p
DU.TK.crs. b? I
"Wilmington 81 64 .00
Charleston 85 08 .00
Angnsta 81 02 .03
Savannah 84 OH .(X)
Atlanta 82 51) .01
Montgomery 82 (10 .01)
Mobile 81 65 .00
Nev. Orleans 78 50 .00
Galveston 80 64 .00
Vicksburg 75 50 .
Little liouk 7(1 51 .05
Memphis 75 50 .00
Sums Util) 703 .05
Means 80 511 .
CITY NEAVS.
The tale stla fur Tangled Live be
gina today.
Th DeviTt Action tX the matinee
today. Also tonight.
The cold snap that set in last
night waa generally welcomed.
A prediction: The street of
Memphis will bs lighted by electricity
in less than three months. Gs
most go.
No marriage or whisky ' lirenses
were iusued yesterday. Remirkable
ooincidence.
The trial of Wm. Bath for the
murder of John Kelly with a heavr
wooden mallet, in a saloon on F,ont
street, was begnn yesterday.
0. H. Brackett leavei tbi. morn
ing by the steamer James Lee for
Helena, to take in the races there,
lie carries with him a Blable of six
horses.
The Legislative Council yeeteidy
ordered Court Square to be kept open
all night, and the ring'ng of the 9 p.m.
bell discontinued. Alas, poor K jgers,
it will break his heart.
A consignment of elegant oike,
from Holly Springs, MiB., wai rt
Ooived by the Women's Exchange on
yesterday. Beaton biscuit and doli
ciom bread three times a week.
Jews Franklin and T. E. Scott,
paBsr ger amenta, got into a scrimmage
yesterday. Fiaokiin had Scott's brad
under h s arm and waj industriously
punching it when the police arrived
on the eoece and stepped the sport.
. TheCitiutH 8 reeJUrtlway Com
pany will herealUir run its yellow line
of cars int) Madison s'reet only until
9 o'clock in tie morning, and from 5
to 7 o'clock in the evening. After
these hours, will run straight through
Second etieet.
The grand jury yepiterday returned
into court tiie following indictments:
William Cade, larcsny; Sim Phillips
Lonifl Wilson, two caws, burglary and
house breaking; Honry Jolmson, lur
cany: Eddie Ode, carrying brais
knacks and carrying a pis.ol.
A while man namod R. M. r-tsven-son
was arrested yeat-rday, charaed
wi'.b pompliclty iu the murder of Paul
and Riea Juati on Pigeon 'rtooet road,
lie waa to ba tiled by Justice Powell
at 3 p.m. yesterday, 'out for some
reason or otter the trJ did not come
off. lie was released on bia own recognizance.
PERSONAL.
Those who veie fortunate enough
tt hear the el oquent Dr. Whfat at the
rat, fliomotfist UDurcn on imii ouu
day mornir.g and night will have an
other opportunity tomorrow morning
at the 'jBme placa. Dr. Wheat has
kindly 'consented to preach a few times,
for Dr. Steel, who U Btill absent in
Louifiville.
M.ibs Mini 8. Greenwood wiitcs
frc,m the St. James llotel, New York,
t-o ray that "on account cf severe ill
ness and the positive orders of my
physician, I am obliged to give up my
Inr thm winter and return
R.6. ----- .
home in a lew caje ior )iuum.it
rout " Mioa Orennwr.od'g friends Will
reret to read this, but will hope she
mav be able to ao back to the stage
again before many weeks.
AMUSEMENTS.
iiii Mew Heanplila Theater.
The DevWi Auction Kill bs repeated
l 4V,. matin tnHl. A 10 tOOlKIlt.
B. .UV lim.i"" - . ..
ita mnriiR. which are many, win
doubtli SB insure two good houses.
Roalnaaa'a Huneum.
This remodeled place of amusement
will open Us doors to the puuiicon
Mnndmr. Outober"18th. at 10 o'ciock a.
m., with a good array cf cariosities
and a double etsga perioroiaucB.
MENKEN A COHPAJiT.
BiKGAISS IN CL0TIII1VU.
Today we will give the gentlemen
a featt of bargains. Clothing, Ha's,
ShofS, Shirts, Wool Underwear,
Siarle in fact, tho whole outfit to
day at prices that will surprise.
READ AND PONDER.
GontV Corkscrew Suite, $15 00.
Gents' Casimtre Tioueo'S, $:$ 00.
Gents' All-Wcol Suits, f 10 0 '.
Gents' Eiegtnt Drees Suits, $22 50.
At 0r, Gents' and Youths new
tyle Silk Scaifi, worth $1 00.
At 10c, Gents' Regular Made Bil-
b'iggan lloee.
At $1 00, the best .Derby Hat in
the country for the price equal
to any $2 00 Hat.
YOU MS AND BOYS
Are notjnrgotten today. We have
some choice goods for them also.
5 75 WILL BUY Bo;s' All-Wool
Suits (with Knee Pants).
$1 00 WILL BUY a splendid pair
of Odd Panta, 4 to 13 yearB.
25o WILL BUY choice of 100 dif
ferent styles of Polo Caps,
98o WILL BUY the new style
Cloth Hat.
$7 00 WILL BUY All-Wool Long
l'anla Suits, iz to J8 year.
. SUQES, SHOES, S1I0ES.
r "
Our Shoe Department Is full of
UNPRECEDENTED RARGAINS,
Men's Calf Shoes, tewed, f 3 00.
Ladies' Kid Shoes, $1 9).
Boys' and Youths' Shoes, $2 25.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
We have iustrtceived a complete
line of the Genuine Camel's Hair
Underwear for Lidiea. GenU and
Children. All who have need this
splendid underwear agree that it i
superior to silk or wool gooas
warmer and pleasenter to the touch
ASK FOR THE GENUINE.
MISSES' SCHOOL HATS.
Today we open in our Millinery
Department
1000 Misiea' Tii mined School Hats
at $1 00 and upwan'.
Ostrich Feathers 2'w, 60o and 75a.
610 Felt Hats at 05c.
MENKEN & COMPANY.
N. B. We nealected to mention
in the body of above advertise
ment that we shall offer a tpocial
bargain for this day only in lioya1
Uiotuing. for
$8 75 Boys' SulU 4 to 18 Years.
tlM Watch repalrlBK at Mnlford'a.
Horrible to Thluk of -A. Monster
Sixty I'ect Long.
Mrs. John Hutchinson, whose hus
band is fireman on the switch engine
at West Memphis, wat yesterday re
lieved ol a tape worm over sixty leet
In length by Dr. Iu. Ney Mmtth, spe
cialist, of Springfield, Mo. Dr. Smith
has a new process for removing taps
worms. He takes them in the re
markable short time of from ninety
minutes to two hours, and requires no
lasting or starving, lie can ne con-
milled fr,e at Mrs. Becktel's, No. 72
Madison btrett.
Mnlford, Jeweler, 21H Main,
llclU orders from the ronutry.
so-
I'rof. Snt'a
Grand Promerade Concert and Mati
nee today at 3:30 o'clock p.m. at luis-
fall Hall, corner Jefferson and t-econd
street, with a tine orchestra of twelve
musicians. Ladies, bring your chil
dren. AdmltBion 10 cants.
New FJrui.
Messrs. J. Dunize dt Co., who have
purchased the entire stock and fir
turtB of the lute firm of K Duntie A
Co., the well known Madison vt reet
doalers in iuip-rt?d fancy groceries,
liquors and delicacies generally, will
open this ruuinir.g at to. 300 Second
ttrtet, with a new and well soleittd
B'ock of gcoils iu their line, and res
pectfully invite their friends and the
public Kneialiy to give them a rail.
Notice the new loca'ion. No. 3(X) Sec
ond street, oppose the Women's Ex
change. Houogrieiii JSuugles JHuIford
MEMPHIS DAILY APfEALSATttttDAY, OCTOBER 1(3, 1886.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Pvabod j Hatel.
C. B. OALtOWAT k CO.. .Po airoas.
ttatoa 12 60 and 43 par day. acenrd'r . u
lii and looation of room Bp' jial
mada rata.
J K Ptnrkdale. Neb W E Winhtn. an, Mo
J II Williami n, lnd II Shannon T.nn
A RIlnd oD.Tenn MWa'dor, Ohio
D h Wil iami, Ob'o ' RLylea.'Xy
J C Hall, Mm J Uul iJ'.y.Tenn
MtiMJHimiiii.ieDi mm n uia-aioi. irnu
AKOIIbert, Ky II J A..1(. rman, N Y
AJ01d,Tenn Mr F, T Be l.-Toi
Miva Aonia fall, Tex M B Dyer, Tenn
J W Keevea, Tenn Hf, Hou'O, Tann
II N wora, renn a warren, jenn
WO'Neil.Ky Kin. Sharp, Tenn
K C Ojborne, HI M U Kc':ieo, mm
H nT Lawrence. MiBiJdatr Lawrenee.Miil
0 11 Hunvnn, Mo John M U.ult, N Y
B K llawkinf, Miia Itaao Kri.herit, Uhio
A M Honey, mo jm hud, in
JBM.nin.DO JPOentiy.Va
w M wriirni. An u o
Bar Job Turner. Vi OH Ineron, Mo
i J ll... II (i If n Id, hart. Tann
1) MoKenme, Miei m noaenne'iiwaiujiii.
.1 u CTaiKheaw,Ariin raiior.un.iouu
I) R Oonn, Tenn j jua-on, tiii
K. r rmilh, lenn J uraiiam. nu
W H Moure, T.nn B Kullin, Tenn
W L.urenee, Tenn Homrr Palton.Tenn
A Martin, lenn uen n ln.uin, ;
F Oririll.Mifi ' K llaitkina. Mil!
W 0 Burkiohuih.W Y J K Mil'er. Ky
J .1 Jmnei, Ky P T Orillin. hy
J B Bailey. Ky 8L W.bb. Ky
W Jaruuea, v,nai ureyiu., ivj
i, T..l.:a. llVtin II Rn.Mnhra. Va
A rrieuentnai, n I r moDwumorjjtiiuu,
WLBojd, Ky B Urabain, omo.
eaatan'a llotrl.
W. H. BINGHAM Mniaia.
llnMnHn nlan.
i, r " 1
Enlarged and rr furnished.
mot aoeoraint vt me aou iuob-
tion of rooma.
8 W Williamii, (la F A Simmoni, n x
K D miller, mm u j"ievu,
H l.y.na, N V J Oldham aw, Tenn
BMll.rii..Mi..w, TMull.Miu
Mra n H Miller, Mill KM MoFerran Af.Ohlo
Mbb Hhnilaa A7A. mialBl ITI fl T F UU III UllPB
: M rant. Mill n j"
K A titone. Mim W J Cock 4w, Mini
Ml.a C Mcl'o.k, Miat K Moon, Tenn
W K Kiaher, Mim Mn M L Paok, Mm
I'llnJ.r.nmltK.TunnW A Hankina. Va
WIIenderonAw.Mim W II Wri.bt, Ark
J W Alliton. Tonn Mra A'L Vorran,Kal
J K Dennett, Miaa i u Aiiinier. ra
J M llawkeo awJVU.i 0 l)reyiu. Ky
0 A DeSanniure Tenn M B Jay, Tenn
J W Lowman, Miaa I) C blauiiliter, Tenn
W B Johnson, Ky B uenoi, Ara
J M Merrity, Ark D Bmith, Tenn
Mra Prewitt. Ark i ' .w, Ara
W K Divia, Miaa t! B Hood, Miva
K W Caruthera.Miai Mra ilimnooi Af.Misa
M Hopaon, Kr 8 P Bnwdre. Tenn
K II Babbitt. Ill C K Hanborn, Mioh
N M Alaup, Tian J II Creath, Tonn
A U I'nwan, Ha r, .i n.un, ra
KF Chriatiaa, Tenn U T Whitman Ad, Ca
mra n e carter, lex.
Tha New Uayean,
FARRINOTON, BTKWART A WHITE,
PauraiBToaa.
Ratal 12 60 to 14 per lay, according to loca
tion or ruoma.
W J Fercuaon. Tana John Meyera, Mo
R M Tuoker, Miaa W B ll.n-loT, Ark
WW Wood, Ky K R Uoyt.N Y
W U 8ornira. Tenn Builey Whinple, Ky
Hugh Pettit, Tenn W Win, Mie
II 1 Holland Aw, Mo J I) UlacV. Ky
.1 Wurrnn Aw. Ala K V Dnve II. Ark
8 M JackRon, Ky w w wninpicaw, Ara
Mwter Wbipplo, Ara is uriaoon.n i
J II Suttlnr. Ark
U R f tone. Ohio
Ij V liuiler,
A P Oliver, Mo
A R Monrof, Mo
L M Maaon, lnd
II R Rl.rins, Miaa
B J Warren, Ark
W Power". Mill
L R Hoiiktna. Ala
0 Iieake, Midi
A J Harris, Mo
K T Rankin. Ark
G f-penoer, lnd
BPBIuke, Miss
W J Gore. Misa
K II Huhlett.Mo
VBMiller.Ky
n J Birdaona. Miaa
0 T Jones, Ky
B J Talbot, Miaa
C B Peed, Ala
K L Blackburn, Miaa
K J rowan, Uhio
, B A Jackaon, Ark
II M Farley, Miaa
1' L Hlmrman. Tenn
h 0 Webb, UDIO
OR Marshall, Ark
(1 B (libaon, Ark .
K L 1'earaon, lenn
Mn K Kuiaeil. N Y
L A Hussoll k w, N Y
U K kelley, Ua
11 Moore, Mo
K B Clark. Tenn
E B McClelland, Ky
II Hearles, Ala
J F Winir, Ark
R L Iliolta, Ohio
R Kink. Tenn
S M Katnpaon. Ky
K IJunoan, Ala
B B I'liillim, Ala
A J Powell, Ark
H M Cook, Tenn
IS M Price, Tenn.
Dairy's Firropran Hatel.
Corner of Adami and Main itreeti. Rooma
AVo, 76o ano 11 peraayi Amerioan nan,
ti per day.
Trlro ntnaiRitaurant In tha Fotol.
J. M. DUFFY (10 yeara with Peebody Hotel)
Proprietor.
K Co'rad, No J Gibson, Md
K It Kirk, Tenn na I'raae, Ara
L J Murrii. Tenn T M Evana, Mo
R T West, Miaa G MeAvoy, Tenn
R M n.n.T. Ark W C Callena. Ohio
Mra J M Thomas, lnd Miai K Thomas, lnd
W 0 Flelda. Tnnn G Nelaon. N Y
LTreadway, Ohio LC Peak. Mo
RR Collins, Mo AO Lay, Ark
W Rogers, Ark J uulleo, misa
A Hubert. Tenn F Peniro. K Y
J Zennl.Ohlo W W Weni-1, Ohio
W 0 lienderron, Ark W UJamiion, Ark
W O eott, Tenn O J Wildman, Mo
J M I.amott, Ohio R L Tuoker, Misa
K Wilson, Ark A r nipley. lenn
W B Bchram, Tenn J W Crowell, Tenn
P R Johnson. Ark
A u uasi ary, lenn
J Kline, Tenn
J McDonnell, Md
J Minkla. Ky
FM Williams, Ark
0 Kmn, Tonn
J W Palmer, Tenn
A n DoUion, l enn
:MraAGoodrich&d,Ark
Look Out.
There is no enemy whose step is so
stealthy and whnss attack so danger
ous as ttyapopBia. His victims are as
numerous at the sands ol the sea. 153
warned in time, and prepare for him.
Ko-Ko Tu u will msare Dood digestion
and make dyspepsia an impossibility.
It is a cheap, site, palatal e ana in
fallible remedy. TbouHt.nds have tried
it and foun t inexpressible relief, iry
it yourselve. You wilt have cause tu
bhss the dy you dr it.
NolldMlverwtu-e l Miilford't
Notice.
The Hon. Zuek Taylor, the nominee
of the Republican parly for CoureB,
and Mr. Jaiius Phelan, nominee of
ttie Democratic party for Congress,
will addre'B t-.e citizens of the Tenth
Congressional Distrkt, in joint dis
cussion, at the time and places stated
below, namely:
Homerville, Saturday, U.:t. 10, 1 p.m.
ItGrange, Monday, Oo 13, 1 p.m.
Williston, Tuesday, Oct. 10, 10 a.m.
Mcbcow, Tuesday, Oct. 19, 4 pm.
Pocahontas, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 10
a.m.
Mlddleton, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 4
p.m.
Baulsbury.TbU'sdsy.Oct 21, 10 a.m.
Grand Junction, Thursday, Oct. 21,
4 p.m.
Toons, Friday, Oct. 22, 10 a.m.
Bolivar, Saturday, Oct. 23, 1 p.m.
Whiteville, Monday, Oct. 25, 1 p.m.
Whitehaven, Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1
p.m.
Capleville, Thursday, Oct. 28, 1 p.m.
Memphis, Friday. Oct. 29, 7:30 p.m.,
at Kipositioa Building.
Mason, Saturday, Oct. 30, 1 p.m.
W. J. SMITH,
Chn. Republican Cong. Committee.
K. Y. ADAMS.
Chn. Democratic Cona, Oummittaa.
I.ftdtCM,
Remember LaviimeV, in Odd Fellows'
Building, when von want the best
of Lla's and Bjnntts, which are there
in great quantities acd Belling; vary
cheap.
Order "Mnllortl M tide Medals.
A Weleome IinproTonif ut
The Memphis Steam La indry and
Shirt factorv have opened a perfect
little gem of a p'ace next door to the
ArriAL cflicB and have laid in one of
the handsomest and completest stocks
of gentlemen's furnishing go ,ds ever
lirotight to this market. Mr. 1. J
McCarthy, well and favorably known
to our citizens, has charge of the es
tablishment, and, his leg on of Mends
will douh'.lees improve toe opportunity
of renewing old ties, or scarfs, no pun
intended. Uive the new enterprise a
call. You will be pleased.
Notice.
I am now ready to wait
on my
friends and the pub'ic at large wi
h
the choicest of meats, oys'ers and fish,
Kenicmi er the p ace; U la at tne cor
nor nf H'gh and Popl.tr. Telephone
No, 870. a. RBitsjki., br.
Frte To Stlfis
flaw to G9 From the Bluff
City to the Mound City
for Nothing.
The Plan as Arranged by the
Misfit Clothing Parlors.
TIIE ROUTE-Either direct by
river or by steamer to Belmont,
Mo., thenoo by rail, or all rail, via
Nashville and Cairo.
ACCOMMODATIONS-Plcnty of
room for all excursionists, but no I
sleeping-coaches on the boat, or no
steamboat bar on the cars.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors are
not issuing free tickets to St. Louis,
but any one buying a Suit and
Overcoat there can save enough to
pay the expenses of the trip up the
Mississippi.
When you buy a Suit or Overcoat
at tho Misfit Clothing Parlors yoa
got really First-class Cloth and
First-class Work. You really get
Double Valuo 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 Over-
coats,
Big Stock of Fine Pants,
all 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. , ' ! ' :
Keuiembor, all alterations to in
sure a Perfect Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE, by a Frst-class
Tailor. z
MISFIT
Clothihg Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Sqnare. Memphis. Tenn.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationer?,
318 Mala St., Memphis, Tenn
A NEW MJrPLY or
SCH00LB00KS
JITST RECEIVED.
LOCAL "NOTICES.
Mas. J. H. Si.atkb, teacher of Ger
man, Gayoso Hotel.
P. M. Stanlky, funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison Btreet.
Miss Cabbie AI. Keating, pianis ,
may ba found at the uajoeo Hotel
Thkrb is nn better coal than Ala
bama Splint. Office, 278 Second street,
Dns Mitchell & Maury bave re
moved their cmc?s to their new eann
ta.inm Knildino Nn 111 Cmirf. aftrent
G. W. Miller & Co.,Paten Aaboatoa
Fire Proof Koofers. For durability,
equaled by ncne. Used on wood, tin
iron, felt and gravel roofs. No.
6o
Madison street.
Thi Herbal Chill Cure,
the best
A oertnln
tonioand anti-porlodio known.
and aare core fur chills. Price J per bot
tle. Bend atampa for ciroulars. Any ref
erence alien.. Address John 0. Hooker,
Lynehbara, va.
Mies Upton is now at 402 Shelby
Rtraar. sou tti erst corner of McCall. op
posite the Gayo3o Hotel, prepared lo
make dreates in the latest ttyles. Good
work and reasonable prices.
Trobb complaining of Sore Throat
or Hoarseness should us? Bbown's
Bronchia Tbocrks. The effect is ex
traordinary, particularly when used
by singers and speakers for clearing
the voice.
An, authorities agree that the milk
of a healthy mother is the best food
for an infant, Next to this, and con
taining aU the element' ior perfect
nutrition, is Mellin's Food, which,
after a long tear, in highly indorsed by
prominent medical men.
Thk "Exposition Universelle de Pirt
Gulinaire" awarded the Highest uoi
ors to Angostura Bitters as the moot
efllcitcious stimulant to excite the ap-
nntitn and to keen the digestive t r-
gane in gnod order. Ask for the gen-
ninn article, manufactured only by
Dr. J. G. B. Siegert & Sons, and be
ware of imitations.
Adf ice to Mothers.
Mr. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
should always be used when children
are cutting toeth. It relieves the little
stiff erers at once ; it produces natural
nnit aleeo by relieving the child
nain. and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays
naln mfieves wind, regulates
all
the
bowels, and ia the best known remedy
fnr diarrhoea, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Iwenty-
five cents a bottle.
Daudrntt
IS BIHOVSD BT THI D Of COOOAIIHI,
And It etimr. ates and promote the
err A will nf the I air.
nnrnstt's Favoring Extract are the
bent
JAMKS C. BEIX, Prtssldent.
WiEWIPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos. 290 and 292
addles.
SPECIAL PRICES to Railroad
JAHtB M. 4JWODBAR. WM. JL. l-I.Kll. - ' ," ., -, n-KVW'
GO OBB AS. & COMF AMY
WM.
No. 319 MAIN
f?:?'.?i,d ?'5tOT 0S.?21J
BOOTS
house here, and perhapa more than any house souih o the Ohio river, is sutHment idenVh U.'n Hooker 8alf " bSoL, KrippendorlT
tha trade. Wa arill carry a large line of CUhTOtl-MA WE GOODS, including the MraUd Uao. Hm
Dittman 4 Co.'e Ladies' Kid, Goat and Call, besidea a large variety of other makea. Our Eaatern majj aooa. an IJ tAmVy
SCHOOL SHOES!
Buy Only the Best and
save money I
ZELLNER&C0S
CHILDV
SCHOOL SHOES
ARE
THE BENT!
FOI-V 75
Wa offer yon Boy a' Good, Strong-,
Neat Button Shoe, inch an yon
never boiikbt before for Iran than
3 lift to 50, tha alaea ruunl-tr
from 11 to 9.
FOB $1 25
Weaellan Excellent BooblwTIp
ped Knoe for Children, 4 to 7,
worth regular HI 50. For 91 35,
aauia lilud, alaea 7 1-3 to 10 1-3,
worth regular Bl 85.
9-Cbildren't and Misses' School Phoes
heaper iban brer, or Anywnera fcite.
Call and Convince Vourselvta.
FOB $3 OO
Ton can buy of u a pair of I.a
dlea' Hid Button Khoea that yen
cannot aubatitnle elaewhere for
3 50.
FOB $3 25
We offer yon Ladlea Pebbled Goat
Button all oca, fully worth 93 75,
FOB $3 OO
Ton can buy a pair of Hen's Gai
ter, I.Bce Bala or Button those,
full aloek cairakln, aeamleaa
vamp, solid sole leather and
counter, every pair warranted,
warth at least 83 75 to 84 OO
elaewhere.
FOB fill 25
Ton can buy of na a pair of Men's
ntltehdown Buckle or Tie tihoes
that cost yon eliewbere 81 75.
ZELLNER & CO.
Deviled Crabs, Rnrlmn.
Salmon, Fresh Can Mackerel,
Sardines, Lobsters,
Brook Trout, Oysters,
Mackerel la Tomato Catsup,
Sweet StntTed Pickles,
SonrPlckles by the gal. and in Jars,
Pickled Oulona, Hot Reliah,
Wooster Sauce, lou.ato Catsnp,
Capers, Mnatard, Curry Powder,
Salad resNlna,Ollve, Olive OH,
Cream Cheeae, Celery Sanee,
Celery Salt, Etc., Etc.
J. F. BUCItHAM & CO.
R. KUPFERSCHMIDT,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Snns. Ammunition. Ftablnjr Tackle
and .pnrlsri.eiis' (supplies.
.vhOI.KSAOK AND R.KTAIL.
sua inul, nirt. Nemntais. Tensi
niifoctnrir.r and Kepalrlrr of Bona a
Bpeoialty. Largest StocH. nestasaorimem,
EAGL3
Al I ftl WW 0 1 IT ft
JLt UllUfl. TT
SHEA & MCCARTHY, Proprn,
140,113,114 Front, Memphis,
avkj r w a i.arokmt hUILEK SHOPS
LI ia ths SoathT and tha only oomplet
Boiler sad Sheet-Iron Worai J.n;o"
ava
huiiaHiH f lisavi ilate Iron'
work of every description. Bpeolai
atwnfnii
! iwi.wt.'lna work-
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Importera and dealer! In 0;jf1ui,"",
nltlon and rishlng Tackle, linlldera'
Hardware, tleuirle Bells and An
nunciators for Hotela and Reienoa,4S
Mala alreei. MeuiBhla. Tenn. EieotrK
annalist alwayi on hand. RnalrlnT oeetn
done. -.
Frank Schumann,
Imnortar and Dealer IB
Guns, riahlns- Tackle and Sports.
men's Maunlles. aav Special attentloa
iren to MANUTACIURIKta and K
PAIRINO.-n
113 Slain (StMeiaplils, Tenn
3
IK
r
E. F.
SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS,
-WHOLESALE-
IJAIiDFACTDRERS AND JOBBERS
-OF-
Harness,
9
UIWAIlE AND
levee-Contractors for Wagon,
anc
EBTAEIiIOIISm
1BCO.
It. 4JLA.KH.
J. CaBKiamwa.
WIIOIjPISAIjH
STREET MEMPHIS,
?!!.S,J1t:''!l L" )',.m,iV ha
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
NO. 7 MADISOW SllXJ-Xsi.
PAID CP CAPITAL, : :
T-nrnvasmt I.icl
OPEN SATCKDATS UN
M. H. KATZEXBERGEB, President.
IIOAKO Or
NAPOLKON HIXL,
W. H. CAKROLL,
JOHN A. DENIE,
J.W. hCUOrtR,
Z. N. ESTES.
B. 6.
230 ijar.ESstesii dfe CSo
(NCt't'ESSOBS TO ESTES, DOAN at CO. f4A
7Lolesale Grocers and Cotton Factor a
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street Memphis, Tenn,
tie Inn
le
THE IMMENSE
D REPUBLIC BROS
H, attained, baa induced nnpr nc pled manuraeturera w piaoo on ju mar.ov .u.
imitation?1 W.'h.rtbi oauU?n ,h rbMl'hiil?,lnr,Dc, r
on each box, and our Factory Number, 300, Sd itr lc
Ihe only all long Havana niier cnr un iuo mm - v ..
GOBIO. I". IiIEB tU OO,,
Factory 800, 3d IMstrit t, S. Y.
FOR SALE BY-S. A. Franaloli, P. Carlin, H.
MOON h JOYHER,
THE STANDARD
liSOI&MMlflMS
PAEL0R AND CHAPEL STYLES, MoMO Au ijrni3JMi.
aa-TllRMS-Ceah. or easy Monthly Inatallmenta. Write lor lllnatrauo v-ataiByBB.-wa ;
. 3E3COXJOKL
HOI.K AOEXra FOB THE SOUTHWEST,
ISJo. 888 3UEA,lra. t.,
,. l$a Onion Street, Nashville. I
E. WITSM AMMi Co.
Wholesale Dealers
nsio
Sole Asenta for ths following
STEINWAY
PI1NOS--Kranich &
OIIOAWJS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
rA NEW 7-OCTAVE
Write for CitBlogue-. Sos. 331 and
(MCt ESSOKS TO S.
Cigars andTobacco
27ft Wain Ktraet. Opp. ronrt Kgnare. lfeMtplilw.Tenn.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
JUST RECEIVING AND IN STORK,
1,000 basrs N ew Crop (Season 1886), Rio CoQee.
3,000 kens Iron and Steel Nails-best brands.
1,000 barrels Kellned Sujrar-all grades.
100 barrels New Crop (weaaon 1886), lWec.
l,BOO pkKS. Leal and Ueflned Lard.
150 tierces anvaetsed Hams.
100 boxes IlreikfH8i llacon.
l,OtM bags Shot, Powder and Cans,
lit OOO boxes Canned (Hoods, Sardines, Oysters, Etc.
J .OOO bxs. pnre Sew Cream Cheese SIKer flloon llrand.
1,000 bngsliaiid-plckcd Virginia and Tennessee Peanuts.
ivlannfactiirers or the celebrated brands or KIL
TER MOON and JftfcMrlU Pure Stick Candy, and linking
l'owdcr
Importers or Foreign Fruits, Lemons. Oranges,
RaiNliis. Nuts, Etc.
Nos. 284 and 28C Main Street. ; Memphis, Tenn.
Mill
Boots
261
and
IkXA-IONT
VUR t-TOCK OF BOOTS AND BII0K3
KJ eomple'e than eyer, comprising not
eomple e than oyer, eompriiina not
riinm. durnhla and It.li.h eanda. which we
TO THE TK4UK wa offer epeeial inducementa. Carryina most of our ' topii i ia
SOLID B17.KS, we are prepared to fill orders lor apecial eiaee at NO fcXTRA CObT, tha
enabling Merchant! I
to fill in without oeina
Aaents for the'Celebraled W. V. Ponslna Men's Calf Shoes ana S.I
Hoys' Shoes In all anylea.'
avar-ILLlSIRAIED CATALOQUEIAHD PRICE LIST MAILED FREE im
MEYEIl, pec'y and Xreas.
TENN
Collars
9
Scraper and Cart llarnega.
F. G. JOKES.
....
m?. Theiact that w. aell mon than any other
on
$100,000
Dopoaiits.
HI
, 7 O'CLOCK P.M.
J. KATZESBEEGER. Cashier
DIBECTOKn.
A. ' OHJ;iM
T. F. TOBIN.
J. H. BI8COE,
A. 8. MEYERS.
BPICER.
W. B. DO AN.
POPULARITY OUR
J. Uoiater, n. maisier, a. u. vaLupoo.i v..
Wholes sle Agents,
OF THE WOULD."
AA m am tTTn- WW I Talma
TWtom.tolalan, Taarxra-
Mo. 1100 Olive
M trees, SB. IausQ
Si
and Publishers,
ate.
Firat-Claea Inatrnmenta:
and K2STA.33E;
. a a atva
Bach, Gabier, ana neeiocK.
PIANO FOR 100.-s
23S Second Street, Memphis.
It. l.E.), JOBBERS OF
loes
FOR FALu Ai "in in it umbio mima
. k , Wm a tr n n am na nn a
only the beat and lineal nut also lull nnea ol me-
only i
Offer at low ngurea.
coibpiu w
Er0
"CP
!
mmm
CO.

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