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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY. OCTOBER. 17, 1886.
MlMllppl TaHey Roule (l., W. O.
Zd T. rraina on thii road run aa fol
low.-N.w Orle.na ft mail. d.ily, leaves
i?wJ:o , Vickaburg iinnni daily,
n.. n.i..i mall arrival
55 " T.m. ill. daily at SiW
.wtmrt aewaand Mlaalsalppl Val-
loy.-Arein. - -v-fut
KIS Jt W p..T FMt iin. arrive, .t 1 :30
! St. UuFa "t line arrivea at :06 a.m.
r-.n .mi ajaahvllle Trsina
77. u follow, i '"' mail arrive daily at
8:15 a.m. i leu'"" atHI-.lu p-- ""i1"'
dally at 10:111 .m.t ei-rivea it 1:00 p.m.
naiir ...i,i in leave, daily
Hrown.yiii" -""". . r . ...it., rlailv
IS KISS: 'wYmTt.Undird tal
N.w Orlenr. feet mail,
t 9:10 a.m.) Vickaburg ex-
... . tax .Malta f 'I I W
ald anil HmiipliW-Trtlni and
? Swot a. W ow.t feo. i, Kaniaa CV, ex-
lm. Mrreaa. erriv.t at .. No. 2.
Kenau City mail, leevet kiotab. : o.i.
Santa. City mail, arrive! at a.:to.di. No.
S Kt. Lonii and Ohioa.o ftret, l.aT. at
J-nO P.m. H8!; 1j0 and dhie.eoex
iree, arrive, at 8:45 a.m. In .ffeot Bunday,
Humphla and Charleston Train,
move a. follow. J Through expreat leave,
dairy at 10 :40 p.m. !M ail and e.irv leavet
deity at 10 :00 a m. BomorvMe eoeommoda
ttn hMH dally, aioept Bunday, at 5:
D.m. Through imm arrival daily at 5:2
a.m. Mail and expreat arrival daily at 1C:00
S.m. Bomervtlle aooommodatioe arrive,
ally, sanept Sunday. at:30a.m.
atenipbie, HlrivOKbam and Atlan-He-Holly
Spring! Royta-Traini i move aa
follow. No. 1 laava. Wemphia daUvet8:5
. a UA w kltipi naval aVI ft '7lR D.m. I
lie. laava. Holly Sprin.a. da ly at 00
recovered yeeterday by Capt. O Haver
and Detectrve Pry da at the Cbesa-
peake and Ohio railroad, and a tor M
who gave his name as John K. ,'J0T.
man, who Held the cneca v t Le
tjunk was arretted. He d'riaimed
any knowledge of the conte Jt8 0j tDe
trunk, era i.ia tne Digg M m88ter at
the wrooK check. Tfje'trun wa8 re-
luroed to 1st. LrOuia -nd Qorman, alter
conBu!t t!on witV .Kg tjoltce of St.
L"U a, roleasad ttom cnBtody.
Peveial -Oored bupinesa men of
Memphis eld a mertinn last night
In the V,r of J. T. Turner & Co.
p-rocer tore. No. 155 Beale etret t, 1o
take, tindnr considi-ra'.ion the oraf niia-
".on of a protective union among
themselves. The lion. I. J'. M orris
made temnorarv chairman and
J. T. Turner temporary secretary,
Alter stating the objeit of the meet
tnr anil hvnrimr rpma'kl from tbe
1 fit-runt ones prefent. the following
Committee on Ornstitntion, Bylsw
and Rules was appointed: ur. tiea
W Rrvant. T. F. Casnele. J. T. i'umer,
11r J Hndtwfl and C. W. Perry, to
rennrt at next me tins. T. F. Cassels,
tir. Uw. A. L. Hall and D. L F. Uinks
annnintnd a Commit 68 On
II.lt. Toe meeting then adjourned to
nut at 1. P. Nnrris'a or:crv storP,
No. 134 Bea'e street, at the call of the
. . - i i i .n.iii. . rv ft
a m.. arrival i mampoii a
l.irai Mamphi. daily at 7:14 p.m., arrive.
at Hoi y Bprinx. ai i.m.i
Billy Hprin.1 daily at 2:16 a.m.. arrive, at
M.mtihl. at 9:45 a.m. .
afempbta and Little Bork.-Tralnt
move a. follow, (oentral itandurd time):
So. 1 leave, dally at 4 :20.m.i arrive, at
,56 p.m. No. S leave, at 5:65 a.m. : arrive.
atliMa.m. No. 6 (freight) leave. Hopefleld
dally (exoapt Bandar) at 6:00. a. m.i arrive.
For Trnnfuet and Kentucky : Fair
vxalhtr; eattrty windt; iliyhtly v armtr.
For Mmimippi: Fair weather; norlt
tMlrrly winilt; nearly $lationary tempera
ture. , ,
For Arhintat: Fair veaUter; tatUrly
windi; tlightly warmer in thi wettern por
tion; nearly ilationary temperature n the
The rivert will rtinain tiatwnary.
Wkmphiii. TW.. October 1. 1HW6
' 7:00 a.m
Minimum temperature, 4ii.u.
Oaone, 11 a.m., 2.
la tbe t'otloa Realoa.
Bio n Aii Skrvick, U. B. Army,!
Octobei 10, 1880-0 p.m. J
Division of telegrams and reports for
the beneflt of commerce and aurlcnl
ture. Cotton region bullrtin for the
twenty-f(inr houra ending October 15tb,
..a a .Ctlnvlr n in
lumrmsDis. a-S g' ?g B
TBICT. P g ?
Memphis 72 M -00
Naahville 00 43 .00
Grand J unction... 71 44 .00
Corinth 74 60 .00
Tnacnmbla 77 S7 .00
Deoator 76 - 37 .
Bcottaboro 76 -40 .00
Hernando ......... -
Batesvllle .. .
Covington 71 41 .00
Dyerabnrg- 71 41 .00
Arlington ... 71 30 .00
Brownsville - 70 48 .00
Milan - 70 41 .00
Paria.. 09 35 .00
Bolivar 72 43 .00
Holly Springs 71 43 .00
Oxford. ;. 75 43 .00
Bums... 1U9 076 .
Meana 72 42 .00
The souvenirs at Robinson's
Museum tomorrow will be distributed
by Mr. Eugene Robinson In person.
A considerable amount of bitu
minous concrete hai been put down
In tue city, on walks, alleys and
Tbe Ama'eur Athlelio At socintion
will give a reception at, their rooms to
. members and lady frknds on Friday,
the 22d instant.
All numbers of Branch No. 35,
Catholic Kri(iats of America, are re
quested to in pit at thoir hall this
morning at 10 o'clock.
A meeting of the lr!eh Literary
Aseociation ii called for fomorrow
evening. All the members are re
quested to be present.
The Tcbaggan this afternoon and
evening Pasicngera make the round
trip without gt-t ing c)l' tlie cars. If
the weather is fine no doubt another
Sunday's fan awaits those who at
tend. Joan irmltwrl-t, a novel, by Mao
quoid; The Touthttoniof Peril, by For
rest; LeMie'i Popular Monthly and Sun
day Magatine U t November, with all
the late papers for the week, at Mans
ford's. William Bath, who killed John
Vnliv with a wooden mallet, on Front
street not long ago, was found gni ty
of murder yesterday and sentenced by
the jury to twenty years in the peni
tentiary. Mrriag3 licenses were issued
yesterday to the following parties, all
colored : Wm T.yler and Miss Lula
Fipp, Harry Miktiell and Mi Mattie
Clruiy, James Knellins and Mrs. Hue
Williams, D. O. Thatcher anl Mrs
Lavonia Franklin, Henry Brooks and
Mies Victoria Allen.
(iorgs K'stup, a iwltchman of
the Memphis and Little Rock Railroad
Company, wts un ovr by a coal
train Friday night at Hopefleld, the
cars pat sing ovtr the middle of his
body and cut ing blm almost in two.
He died in a eat agony about an hour
and a half aier the occurrer.ee.
Mr. Wm. Wa'te, an employe of
the Thompson-Houston Klttctric Light
Company, was att eked lust night in
the alley bat k of Ho'lenberg's music
store by a negro, who cut at him with
a knue acrosi me bdnen an n took
to bis heels W.Us's heavy clothing
was cut throngt) aud through, but he
escaped onir jnred.
A charter was filed in the Regis
ter's office ytsterrltiy s'yled, T Je 8rc al
Benevolent Mount J yntr Kocitty No.
1, to be lrx-A!. d at Whits Haven,
Tenn , bv W. T. Plnnket. Piince An y,
Wyatt Bel, Wyat' Dedman and
Frank Robertson, all co'ored. Said
corporation i f r te pu poses, v'z., to
take cam of the s cc and bury the
dead of tbe s- ciety.
In onr ti-lrg a b!cc"lumris will b
found an a c u it i f a t u ik contaln
ing jewelry cunpl-s valued at 13(00
that went as r.v at fct Louie, ind as
shipped to thin city. Tue trunk was
Emili Law wi.l hereafter preside
at Calvary Church organ.
Emilb Lvy and family returned
irom New York yetteiday.
Miihis Ev and Rachakl Gaiuy
have returned from Cincinnati.
Cards are out announcing the nrar
lingo of Mies Ida Lee Ellis and Mr. T,
E. Norman, Thursday, Octqbtr 21s.
Mtua (Ivmthia Latting. after au ah
nni of five months in Nevada and
California, whre ehe vifited rfUtives
and friends, has teturned to her home
on Exchange ttrcet,
Mss. A. M. Shook, of Iracyuny,
Mr. T.lile Meriwether and Mrs W,
8. Abernathy, of this city, leave Mon
day morning, via Kansas ti'y, for
Minnnannlia. Minn., as delegates to
lbs National Convention of the Worn
an's Christiaa Temperance Union.
Mm. Flobbnok Fihlby Moorb has
arrived in this city with all the latest
society dancfs, and on tieat Haturday
i. .!!,. O'lt 3 n'plnpV.
If r I .,,. . Ii.. .n..n!na anil ranftntlnn daV
at the Yonng Men's Uubrew Associa-
tinn JIall. corner Becona anu uniou
street. The people of Memphis are
cordially invited lo be present. .
A fabhiomablb wedding will take
at the Firnt Preebvterian Chnrch
on Wedneidav evening next, at 8:30
o'clock. MUs Florance lilting, dangh
tQr aI k (4 l.tiin. will be united in
marriage to Mr. Will F. Mernn, of
Plant City, Fla. The many fnen s of
tbe young lady will regret very much
to learn that she Is to leave Memphis,
lint will nnnanle themrelves with tbe
thought that in Mr. Merrin she gains
a husband in every way woithy of so
charming a bride.
Mis. J. W. Nblson writes from Salt
Lake Oitv that she will return to
MnmnhiB in a few davs and can be
found at her Btudio, No 02 Madison
street, ready ti sorve the pub'ic. She
remained in California a considerable
time. DBFaed the heated term at Soda
Springs, Idaho, and has been giving
.ftr,tinri to thd beantifnl scenery of
Dalitnrnia and other ooitions of tbe
Pacific slope. Bha has been doing
jnst what American artists ought to
do painting pictures of the grand
scenery of their own country. ..,
"H Low bnstbih A Bros.' dreea making
department, organgiaed but a short
time ago, hrs already met with great
Buccess. Thia department is under
the supervisions of Mm. Rousseau,
late of Paris and New xorir, wnois
now leady to take all orders for tailor
made costumes, traveling and street
dresses, and the most elegant dinner
and reception dres'es. Perfect satis
faction is suarantsed in all the details
that are absolutely necessary to pro
duce a garment that will prove- a
model of (killed workmanship and re
' Miss BLaNcua Clark b, of Clarkes
dalP. Mirs . is at the Peabody. After
spending the summer in Worcester,
Mass., at the home of her schoolmate,
Miss Agnes M. Fanning, she returns
South still radient in her beauty, in
tnlliirnnce and the graceful charms
which make her a favorite wherever
she is known. Miss Blanche is ac
companitd by Iipi friend, Mifs Agnes
M. Farming, of Worcester, Mass , who
will spend a part of th winter in tuo
South. This is Miss Fanning's first
visit to the Inml of orange leaves and
magnolia bloBRonis, and ehe will be
cordially welcomed, for she is a young
lady of bright in ellect, charmingly
easy and graceful in her manners a
I -V- ...1 - V. k.klnn
typical rr prorruiri'ivo vi i!" .aoin.jtj(
wealth and lntolliiience of the great
State from which she hails. It is hoped
her visit Smth will be one of unal
loyed pleasure to herself, RS it cor
tainly will be to all who make her cc-quaintance.
It. H. W. GODWIN,
398 MAIS STREET.
Cloaks and Wraps.
A complete, comfortable, nice
fiitini?. Btvl n'a collection of ail
n.l Winter (larments for Ladies,
Misses and Children will be louna
in onr Cloak Department, lhey
are shown in diBerent longtuB,
weiuhti, styles, colors, matenaip,
all flt our wonderful low price'.
We mention a long Newarket I r
4 fid: vnn would auess the prii e $7.
Blai k lliaeooai lor lo.wono o uu
of anybody's money.
lilnr It and urown ARirociiau iui
50. would be chap for 10.
Onr Silk P.uah Wraps at f 2o are
Short W raps are marvels oi Dead
ly for the money.
The vorv prettiest Black Jersey,
for 50s. vuu ever taw fnr the money.
Norfolk Jersey, lor i zo, is iomo
thing to wonder at for the rrice.
Our imputed Plain Cashmere
Jsisey for 1 1 75, everybody says is
worth f 2 ou.
All Wool Filled at 10c, wor.h 15c.
All Wool Filled at 12Jc,worth 2()c.
All Wool Fit edat 15b. worth 26c,
Eitra All Wool CaHhmere for 40c,
wou'd be chean at 00c.
Extra qualiiy Tricot for 05o, cm
not be duplicated for that price.
.fimt rfctivad a line of 50-inch
Tricot, in new effects; never sold
for les than II 26. you can have
iVmm fnr 82Jc ( Mondav onlv).
Finn Enuiish Hair Line Si'ks,
checks and stripes, for 02je, worth
every ctnt of DJc; only a limited
The biirrest bargains in Mem,
pKis for 2 60, $3, 3 50, $4, $4 60,
Embroidered Fronts, Collars and
Ciitlc. all wool mattenal in new
shadts, for $7, would be a bargain
at $12 50.
Five button, scalloped top, tan
ehades, nice quality, lor 35c.
ZEPHYR SAXONY YARNS,
Beet duality Zephyr, 10 oz.. 3 for
Beet Quality Saxony 10c a bank,
worth any piaca toga. i
Job Misses' Full RBU.ar Made,
elf.ej 6 fo 6, 7 to 7J, 8 to 8J, as
sorted colors, at 12c, 15c, 20c.
French and Gray Mixed bcnooi
Hose for Children, 7 to 8, at 10c a
pair. Try a pair of them
Ladies' and Misies' Bhoes.
Lvlies' Custom Made $1 96, worth
2 60. . .
Lidies'Kox lop uus.om juaue,
12 60. worth S3.
Ladies liana rurneu aiaae.j to,
Medicated Red Flannel worth
40o vou can have Monday for 25c.
White Flannel worth 87J0 lor z&c.
Gray F.annel worth 36c for 25c.
Shawls' in endlees variety at our
Wonderful Low Prices.
Free To St w
JAMES C. BELL, Presldeol.
E. F. METEK, fet'j and iTea.
Haw to Go From tno Bluff
City to the Mound City
Nor. 200 and 292
SECOND STREET, MEMPH".
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
Tho Plan, as Arranged by the
Misfit Clothing Parlors.
Saddles, Harness, Collars-
t&- SPECIAL PRICES to Railroad ant levee Coutractora for Wagon,
Scraper and Cart Harnegg. "SM
THE IIOUTE-Eithcr direct by j
river or by steamer to Belmont,
Mo., thenoe by rail, or all rail, via
Nashville and Cairo.
ACCOMMODATIONS Plenty of
room for all excursionists, but no J
sleeping-coaches on the boat, or no
steamboat bar on the cars.
JAMES M. GOOOBAR.
.. 1-l.iKK. E. J. CABBISTGTOJI.
r. e. jones.
II. II. W. GODWIN,
398 Main Streef,
Opposite tiajoso Hotel.
UEUIIEK A METTE.
WILL OFFER THIS WEEK
25 piecf s ftriFBt Tricot at 00c.
60 pieces Black Cashmere 2ic to
20 pieces All Wool Homespun at
Fnll line of Robes $0 60 fo $17 50
Silk Velvet Ribbons.
orrv - i o i l Ma KCin
O0J X-A IU A 1UUU bitv, ivn.,
60c and 05c, worth SI, $1 60 and
$1 75 a piece.
Job Lot of Tan Kids.
50 doeen 6 and 7 hooks, 8 o and $1,
fully worth $1 25 and ft 60.
Ladles' and Chlldrea's Underwear.
Complete ttock in all colors and
Blanket and Comforts.
Prices from 75c to $17 60.
Gent's Cardigan Jackets.
Biys' Shirt Waist.
GEIIBEK & METTE,
207 Main Street.
KAIIN aft FREIBERG.
No. 169, 171 and 173 Main street.
Grand Cloak Bale. Cloaks to
nit anvone and evervbody at half
the nrice vou PBV at the stores down
' . . a nl .
town, we naveBime very uneonuiv
Wrans. cut and fit but notnntsned,
Boucle and Bilk Velvet Brocade
which we will sell at one-quarter
value; M k Velvet Brora led Cloaks
worth J 1 6, lor o; uioaks wonn
J20. f jr J7 : Cloks worth $25, for
$8 60. Do you want a very fine,
nwirlv 2 vard wide dreai. Flannel
or Tricot , 85o, worth $1 25 per yard ?
Do vou want an exira tine birik
Cafhmere? CU on K &F. Blatk
O.iBhmere worih 7.cc lor 50c; Black
Ca hmore worth 90 1 for 70c; Blark
Cushrnere wsr h $1 25 for 85c.
Grey Camel's llnir Dress Goode,
pear.v 2 va da wide, 50c per yard.
I)) vou want Silk Volveta, batina
or Si k Plueh s? Call on K. & F
We have a fine linen bordered
(Jamb iic Handkerchief, not cotton,
bnt linnn. 10c, worth 20c. Crashes
Crashes Atl linen, 4io per yard.
Shoes Shoes Bhoes Shoes ur
Ladies' tine sample French Kid
$4, worth 0; Children's and
Misses' Shoe! verv cheap, and
Just as good, if you pay
double the prict. Just received,
Feathers and Winas for HaU and
Bonnets. Tips. 3 in a bunch, all
Colore, 10c. Look at the fine Tips
60ii a bunch. Ladies' all wool Un
derwear, red and white fine seam-
less eocdfl, at half price. We have
on band Ladies' Wool Vests, s ight-
lv damaued. at 30c and 40c. Do
vou want Clothing? K. AF.'ais
the p'ace to go to get Children's
and Youth's Suits at half price
Look at our Men's Suits, Shoes and
Underwear. Fine British Halt
Hose 25c, worth 40c ; Men's Colored
Halt Ursa, loll regular made, JOc,
worth 35c. To do yourself justice
you must call on
KA1IN A FREIBERG,
No. 109, 171 and 173 Main street,
The Misfit Clothing Parlors are
not issuing free tickets to St. Louis,
but any one buying a Suit and
Overcoat there con save enough to
pay the expenses of the trip up the
When you buy a Suit or Overcoat
at the Misfit Clothing Parlors you
got 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 olothing,
and what the tailor will charge you'
ould pay for a trip to St. Louis.
Hundreds of Fine Suits.
Tempting Array oi Spring Over
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-class
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Hqnare. Memphis. Tenn.
. ,li I.-. ., , i.rirunt to be found in aDV market
-. ... . . .v ..to a awn hb. nvjLn. trmir in inn diubo-i n wuw v. - . ., . i .
BfVUur ran ana w inter chock
1. rtnm AnmnlAf A. and WM invite
Uittman A Co.'. Ladle.' Kid. Goat and Call, beaide. a large variety oi e..iiA
anvhnn'e. Hive m a rill
qio MIIV STREET
ickof BOOT. AMD BHqKl-theiarce(tm PV".'i"" "t?.-,- Kit w. .el more than any other
rite the Merchant, vnitmg Mernpni. w oai ana exauii... --j d . .atisiactory to
re than any hoore lon'h ot the Ohio river. i affiaient .5u.r, J Hk Kit Boot.. Kriupendorl,
Our Katern mJ,,",0,0, D.tr"S"5ieT.b
Mrs. J. II. Rlatbr, teacher of Ger
man, Gayoso Hotel.
P. M. Btanlby, funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison street.
Miss Cabbib M. Kkatino, piar.is',
may b9 found at the Gtyoo Hotel.
Tbbrb is no better coal than Ala
bama Splint. Office, 278 Second street.
Dr. Nelson bas removed his dentjl
offbe to hia rasidence. N, 62 Madison,
opposite Clarendon Hotel.
Dbs Mitchell & Maury bave re
moved their office" to their new eana
tarium building, No. Ill Court itreot.
G.W.MillbbA Co., Paten Anbotoa
Fire Proof Roofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roof No. 65
Thi Herbal Chill Cure, trie heat
tonio and anti-periodio known. A ovrtain
and ure cuve for ch'!l. 1'rioe Jl per bot
tle. Bend Mauip" for olrcnla'i. AT ref
erence g-ixon. Addrem Joau C. Kucior.
Miss Upton is bow at 402 Shelby
oirpnt amithefst corner of McCal), op
posite the Geyo3o Hotel, prepared to
IXIM An UJCDTDO IU fcUW IH'D, "Jtvm
work and reasonable prices.
Memphis Wholbsalb Meat Com
pahy, No. 11 Adams Btrett. Frtsh
Bef, Pork, Veal and Mut on daily, at
the lowest market pricep. Orders
nromptlv filled. Telephone 874.
Having joBt received a fresh sup
ply of calf skins, cordovan and por
poiss direct from the importer, all of
tbe teit biands now known; a'si
added to my present corps ot work
men, I am better prepared than ever
to supply the Increasing demand for
custom made boots and shots. I use
none bnt the best material and em
ploy only first class workmen, and am
thereby enabled to guarantee all my
WOrk GEO. UOWDBN,
298 Second. treet, Memehia.
NO. 7 MADISON Slltiix.
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : : s
Itttereat Xf.irf on DepoBits.
OPEN fSATCBDAYSl USUI I. 7 O'ClwVK .M.
M. II. K1TZENBERGER. President.
1. 1ATZESBERGKR. Cashier.
J. H. BI9C0E,
A. e). MKYEK6.
To tie We a
TUB IMMBNBE POPULARITY OUR
GRID REPUBLIC GIG
sd nnprlnoipled manufacturer, to plaoe on via "" SS
ion the publie that all (Jenuine Cigarro. wiU bear A KID Seal
ry Number. 800, Sd ptrM, N. Y.
filler oigar on the market for o eenu.
TTav attained, baa Induced
imitation. We herebircaution
on each box, and our f aotor
The only all ion. uavana
FOR BALK BY-S. A
Factory 800, 3d District, N. Y.
v :n P fiirlin. H.J. Heister. R. Maiater, E.Q. Campbell k Co."
MOON & JOTHEB, Wholesale Agents,
- .--B W
uthk kit a vn Ann OF THE WORLD."
PABL0B AND CHAPEL STYLES, 125.00 AND UPWAB
aa-TBRMa-C"b. ereur Monthly Ia.tallm.nt.. Writ for BlmtraUd Oatalatae.TJII t
BOLE ASKHrS FOB THE SOUTHWEST,
Wo. B8B JVtJfclra- I
Id DbIb atreat, Haahvtlla.
, JVXexxiTslilaw, TesBXBA.
Ho. llOO Olive 8irat, MB. 1
In all ila branches, by a celebrated
French modiste, at Mrs. K. A. bioan a.
Buita furnished to order.
Stop at the Penborly,
The leading hotel of the South.
Mouotrrani BauKlei Mnlford
Hnbfirllnn Rnblwr atampi, 810 Sd at
, All b!b?b grates at Gabay'B.
Paala to order at Heater 'a fo. 97.
Meat?, Game and Vegetables.
Of these articles, one should always
look out for the very bt-st. Go to 31)
and 41 Jefferson street, where V. D.
Fucbs keeps theleadiDg market. Also
buy freBh oysters thern.
Mitchell A Bryfton'g,
No. 308 Main, is the place for excel
lent furniture and carpets at low
Mnlrord, Jeweler, 294 Main,
Helta orders from the country.
Emporium Ladies' Depart
Will show th's week many new and
novel deeigns in embroidery work, ail
of fluent imported mtterial, an entire
new stock of French 8 amped Liners,
new colrrs in Amino and Chenile
K-nhroiderrd 8ils, Wcshblo Silks,
Knitting Silt at d everything for fancy
work as complete as at,y housi in the
conntiy We are daily receiving new
goods Our Stmointf Depirinierithns
a 1 the newest designs, and the many
ladi)8 rons autly t om ng is an aaur
Hnce iha-at s action is tiven. Our
ttock of Z-pl yr, Germant wa and
8.x ny Wi o! U complete in all colors.
Cii 1 aud ste our display.
Southern Hoopaklrt and Corset
Manufactory, Establibhed 1807.
Largest stork of real French Corsets.
Fall lines of Health and Nursing
"Grod Sense" Corsets and Waists.
Miseea' CorsetB and Waists.
Black Corsets, red Coiset, and
Corsets of all colors.
All our Cor-eta are reliable.
Corsets made to order and sent C.
O. D. to any a J drees in tbe
Shou'der B area for Indies, gents
and Ohi.drt-n; best in the maiket.
The Uncrutihable aad other Untitle.
277 Main strtot, Memphis, Tenn.
Pants to order at Hextter'a for
Haberllnf t'heck.. BIO Secioodat.
Boy heating stoves at Gabay's.
Nn. 40 Madison street, next to Cot
ton Exchange, a most desirable store
for banking, imurance, cotton or any
business requiring a popnlar thorough
fare. Apply to
MENKEN & IA.
Faata to order at Hester' for VS.
Solid Silverware at Mnlford'a
HarllBft Htenella. SIO Second at.
CnsAPBST cooking stoves at Gabay's.
nn West Court etree'. is a saloon ana
tins hnuse oi note. A J arcs Dull
ness is done in oyEtera. Good lunches
end dinners are Berved at very low
nriceB. Tbe best wineB and liquois
are sold there, and the beer that benu
ly sells la the best in town.
All BizeB stoves, grates, fronts and
fenders at Uaoay's.
HaoerllotT Btenrlla. BIO Iteeoad at.
Order "JHallord Hade Medals.
At J. M. Hill A Co.'s, corner of Main
Buy Only the Best
IT SAVES MONET
Preserves Peace lit tue
ZELLN'KR & CO.
WILL SELL 10U
AT Al 73. Yon I lis' Hnlton Buoea
Hint ennnot lie bong-lit elae
here lor le.a Ibnn S2.2S,tlaea
11 lo a.
AT Sl.ao, fbllda hprm urei
and Heeled Button Sboea, IUt
pi.d.i be anballlnled for lea
tbK S1.60. else 4 lo 7 !'.
AT il.BO.fblld'a Spring Heel or
Heeled Button frhoes inat ore
Inlly worth a, alr.ea 8 to 10 1 2,
AT 17S. Jllaaea' Si,.nooi nnoea,
Heeled or Nilna Heel, tbat are
a. bi. realm al Sa.SO. llaea 11 lo S
n.,r T.a.li.n aa Button Kid Shoe, are
th wonder of everybody.
ror we on.r you aapvoini
.. 7 i I. i .Ail.- Via lira.. Buttoa
III II WBBK IU uww. , .
Shoe., French tttcel, that it well worth
A... m..Obi nHnn Till i and Con-
great Gaitere ar. made of beat tanner'
Kan'gareo leather top-they are 25 per
cent, better than any other, at that
a- For every ttalna lht la ele-
ml and aljllah, for tbe eream of
FINE FOOT WEAR,
Call and Examine the Immenae Stock ol
ZELLNEi: & CO
00 Ifain St.
E. WITZESA1TM? Co.
Wholesale Dealers and Publishers,
Sole Agent, for the following Firat-Claat Inatrnment.:
STEINWAY and KiS A.Li
m tan I.
PIANOS Kranich & Bach, Gabier, ana wneeiocK.
OBGANS- Clough tlWarreD, and Smith American.
irl NEW 7-0CTAVR PIANO FOR Sieo.-w
Write for Catalogues. No?. 821 and 23 Second Street, Memphis.
JUST BECEIYlKa AM O IS STORE,
1,000 ham w Crop ((Season 1886), Rio Collee.
8,000 kcijs Iron aud Steel Kails-best brands.
1,00 barrels IteQned SiiRar-all Krades.
100 barrvls New Crop (reason 1886), Kice.
1,500 )Urs. Leat and Iteflned Lard.
150 tierces CanTassetl Hams.
100 boxes Breakfast, Bacon.
1,000 bags Shot, Powder and Caps.
lilOOO boxes Canned Hoods, dlneg,OyierTA
1,000 bxs. pure New Cream Cheese-silver Moon Ilrand.
1,000 bags hand-picked Virginia and Tennessee Peanuts.
w r.w,....,a nr iIia Allrated brands of 8IL-
TEB MOOX and MEMPUI Pure (Stick Candy, and Baking
Powder. , i.ana
Importers oi oreign k runs, -""
Raisins, Nnts, Etc.
Nos. 284 and 2S6 Main Street, : Memphis. Tenn.
EAGLE I Young h Brother,
SHEA k McCABTIIY, Propr's,
140. ItS, 144 Front, Memphis.
r5B OF TES LABSf'sT B0ILBH 8HO?b
IS 13 OOWin. IB1 .uw wm.j .""r ...
BoUet aad Bheet-Iron Workt In thjeity.
fta,rlnrra ef heavy plate Iron,
work or every description. Bpeolal
attewHne vt.e tn plantation work.
IMP0RTKR AND DBALKR IH
! Huns, Ammunition, Flshlnr Tackle
ana Mportsmens' nnppiies.
W U0LE8ALB AND RKTAIL.
M m. aim nirvm, - -
Manufaetnrinr and Repairing ot ona a
Smeialty. Larreat6tock. Beataaeortment.
HaaerllnaBnhbVr wtaropa. 810 d at.
Fine Watcn repairing at Mnlford'B.
Uaberllna Seal. 810 Second at.
jr 1,000.000 t ublc Tarda Levee Work
In Tunica and Coahoma oountiea, Miae., to
l- tn ni.nntltlAi trt .lilt OUtfita.
10M atation men can And employment at
12 to 18 cent, per yard. A!ao, 603 teama.
Apply on work, or to Toof, KoOowan ft Co.,
271 Front atreet.
McTIOHK. McLAWS A CO.
JBFFERSOS ft McTIOHB, Contractor!.
Deviled Vraba, Shrimp,
Salmon, Freab Can Maeherel,
Brook Troat, Oyalera,
Mackerel In Tomato Catanp,
Sweel Blnfled Plcklea,
Sonr Plckleaby thecal, and Injara,
Pickled Onlone, Hot Rellab,
Wooaler Nanre, Tomato Catanp,
t'apera, Haatard, Cnrry Powder,
Salad Drmulna. Olive, Olive OH,
Cream t'heeee. Celery Sance,
Celery Salt, l.le , Ele.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO,
Booksellers and Stationers,
818 Mala 8U, Hempms, xenn
A NEW SUPPLY Or
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Importer, and dealer! la Vm":
nlllon and Plahln Tackle, Handera'
Hardware, fcleelrle Meila and An
nnnelatora lor Hotel, and Reald.noea.BtS
Main street, empbla, Tonn. Sleotri.
aupplie. always on hand. Repair) n. neatly
Importer and Dealer la
Una, rtablna Taeklo and Sport,
men's Supplies, ar gpeoial atuntloa
given to MANDFACTTJRIN8 and RI
US Mala St Memphis, Tenn