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EliUQlD TI5E TABLE.
iMl'nlppl Tnllejr Rant (I-., H. .
Bad T. Ky.) Traini on thii road run aa fol
low!! New Orlearii faat mail, daily, letTei
at 4:30 p. in. Vickabura epreae, daily,
learee at 9:15 a.m. New Orleans fait mail,
daily, arrlrei i t 9:10 a.m.; Yiokaburgex
preee, daily, arrival at 5 :45 p.m.
Mississippi an Twima La-Tralna
Sots m follow! i New Orleans mail amies
dly at 9:35 a.m. ilearss daily at 8:00 p.m.
wport Meiers and Hlaalsalppl Val
ley r-Xraini mora ai lollowi: Fait Una
learel at 10:00 a.m. t bt. Louis fast line
leaves at 6:30 p.m.; Faat lint arrive! at 1:30
p.m. i tit. Loan faat line axriyss at 9 :06 a.m.
LoutavHIe and Haahvllla Tralni
Biove ai follow!: Fast mall snivel daily at
6:15 a.m.: leaves at 10:10 p.m. t mail leave
daily at 10:10 a.m.) arrive! at 4:00 p.m.
Brownsville accommodation! leave! daily
xeapt Holiday, at 6:00 p.m.t arrival daily,
xeept Sunday, at 8:60 a.m. (itandard time).
dnir Knl (Kinj 1ty,Sprln(r
fleld and Memphl) Trains leave M. and
T Jnot aa fallow! i No. 4. Kansas Citf ei-
nress, leave! at 10:46 a.m.; No. 8, Kansas
City express, arrival at si p.m. no. z,
Kansas City mail, leavaa ato:00 p.m.) No.il,
Kansas City mail, arrival at 8:46 a.m. No.
1,81. Louis and Chicago eipree, laavaa at
6:00 p.m. I Ne. 1, Bt. Louis and Chioanoax-
Sreas, arrival at :1a a.m. la snoot Bunaay,
pril 1H. 1886.
Memphis anal Charleston Train!
nova aa follow! I Through atpraai laavai
daily at 10:40 p.m. Mail and express laavai
il.ll. .t 111:011 a.m. Bomarvilla aoeomtnoda-
tion leave! daily, sioept Sunday, at 6:30
p.m. Through axpraia arrival daily at 6:26
a.m. Hail and axpraai arrival dally at 1C :U0
p.m. bomervilla accommodation arrival
daily, aioapt Bnnday, at 8:30 a.m.
Mnmabli. rUriulagrhara and Allan
SI UMlw 8n,lnM Rnnl Train! mova ai
follow! i No. 1 leave! Mamphii daily at 8:46
pm. (arrives at Uolly Springs at 5:58 p.m.i
. 4 laavai Uolly Borings daily at 9:00
a.m., arrival at Memphis at 10:10 a.m. I No.
laavai Mamphii daily at 7:16 p.m., arrival
,t Uolly Spring! at u:ta p.m.i bo. i
oliy springs aauyat alio a.m.. arriv
.wnkla a l.iA A.m.
Memphis and Little Rocfc. Train
n.n follows laentral itanavra limei i
So. 1 leave! dally at 4:20' p.m. t arrival at
iM p.m. No. S laavai at 6:66 a.m. : arrival
at 8:50 a.m. ' No. 5 (freight) leaval Ilopefield
dally (aioapt Bnnday) at 6:00. a.m. I arrival
at 7:JU p.m.
For Tenneuet and Kentucky
weather; toniheatterly vnndt; ilightly
For Arlantat: Fair weatlm; touth
tatlerly vnndt; nearly ttationary tempera
For MiMMppi, Lwifiana aad Te.rat:
Generally fair weallur; touOierly vrindt;
nearly ttationary temperature.
Miurms, Tmw.. October 18. 1B86.
Bar. I Tlier.
Maximum temperature, 7U.0.
Minlranm temperature, 68.0.
Onne, 11 a.m., 2.
la tbe Cotton Keglon.,
Sional SnAvica, U. 8. Abut,
October 18, 1880-6 p.m.
Division of tolegrarai and reports for
the bano.lt of commerje and aerlcnl
tare. Cotton region bulletin for tbe
twentj-f )nr hours finding October 18th
t 6 o clock p m
MEMPHIS DIS- S 5 S 8 B W
mot. ? ?c &
B B J
Memphis.. 79 68 .01
Nashville 78 48 .00
Grand Junction... 78 ' 50 .00
Corinth- 80 62 .00
Tuscumbia 79 47 .00
Decatur 81. 43 .00
Bcottaboro 76 40 .00
Hernando 78 60 .00
Bateaville 70 64 .
Grenada 78 48 .00
Covington 80 62 .rjO
Dyerabnrg 80 48 .00
Arlington 82 47 .00
Brownsville 79 61 .00
Milan 78 40 .00
Paris 76 35 .00
Holly Springs o ? QO
Oxford 79 60 ,oi
Puma 1490 939 .01
Means 78 49
" DMTBJCTS. IS H SiS- 2.
Wilmington 70 47 .00
Charleston 78 60 .00
Augusta 0 49 .00
Kavannah 81 67 .04
Atlanta 77 52 .0J
Montgomery 81 58 .03
Mobile 85 65 .00
NewOrlean? 82 68 .0t
Galveston 81 63 .00
Viokslmrg H3 54 .
Little Rock 79 62 .00
Memphis 78 49 ,
"Bums 667 034 .05
Means 80 63 .
W. H Pollen was yesterday ap
pointed a Notary Public.
Tangled IAm will be repeated to
night at the New Memphis Theater.
Shoppellt Modern Houm and Amer
ican Builder jut received at Man ford's.
Sam Philips and Louis Wilson,
for petit larceny, were sentenced yes
terday to eleven months and twenty
nine days in the County Jail.
Trying to do business without ad
vertising la like winking at a pretty
girl through a pair of green goggles.
You may know what yon ara doing,
but nobody elsa does.
A fire broke out at 2:30 o'clock
p.m. yesterday in a cotton ehed at No.
85 Washington a'reet. The Fire De-
Sartment promptly extinguished the
amea. Danitige very slight.
The funeral ol the late CharleB
Heizog took placa yesterday forenoon.
He wts burifd in t.'-e Jewish ceme
tery, and many of lis coreligionists
louowea mm to bis wit resting place,
Eddie Cole, ro'ored, for carrying
a pnwi, was until ;u in me triruiral
Court yesterday, and (cntenced to six
months in the County Jail, and for
carrying brass knuiks a similar sen
tence was entered against him.
Marriage licensee were isMi.d yes
terday to W. P. Binder and Mist Kate
W. Alexander, KJ E. Case and Mies
Annie L. Pm th, L. A. Cohen and
MifH Minn o B ass, Thos White, col
ored, and Mis Jennie Walker, J. A.
Wbittaker, colored, and Mra, Jennie
Secretary Kesling yesterday Is
sued asses-mennt ncticcs to the mem
bers of tSe Merc'iaijti' Exchange
Mutual Aid As ciation on acc:ount of
the dath of Mr. Heury l-utstenheim
Mr. Farstenhiim whs the president
and one of thn originators of this
branch of t!,e Exchrnge.
The refidwrneof Col. H. A. Mont
gomery wis I roki'n into la'e Hatur
day niht and ruhbe 1 of the followinir
articles: A fin br ech loading shot
gun, the to on. -I s arty j h key hat, a
pox ol ciara, a tilk haudkercbief,
brown overcoat, ten silver teaspoons
and one de-ert spoon, and a piaieu
sugar bowl and m ix pitcher.
Miss Katb W. 8auhd.15 has re
turned to tbe city.
W. P. Flasdbrs, of Atlants, is in the
Mm. Tirwi (1. Millir is home alter
a five months vimt to relatives in Oak
land and San Faacisco. Cil.
Dr. A. A. Lawbkmgb and family,
who have spent tbe fmnraer in
EuroDC nave arrived In flew mix
and will teach Memphi) in a few days.
where they will be cordially greeiaa
by their many friends.
Thh remains of the late T. J. U'eu
were loliowed 10 uavairy vemrnvrj
Sunday afternoon by a Urg cortege.
The Knights of Innisfail and Ancient
Older of Hibernians mane a nno ap
pearance in the procession.
Visitors on 'Change yesterday: M.
Michao's, LiGranga, Tonn.; J. Man
ning, Byrcnap, i.; j. u. jou,
Hvracn'e. N. Y. : Bovd Hays. Niah-
ville, Tenn.; Mnt. M. G. Caldwell, Los
Angeles, Caf.; Mrs. M. J. Dooley, Los
Mas. D. Jamks W. Nblsom has just
returned fram an ex'nnded tour
thronghout California, Uth and the
Western States and J ermines, cue
will be found in her studio, whera she
has won so much fame and populaiity
in tbe art she adorns.
Col. W. C. Falknkb is in the city
and stopping at the Peabody. His
wife anil two beautiful daughters,
Mies;s Eilie and Bama. will spend the
winter in the city and bs a valiuble
accession to tbe social socitty of Mem
V. L, Pmith, one of the gentlf man
ly and popular attaches of the Mem
phis and Charleston railroad, will be
. . i i . n 'in ',.1 1.
umiea in marnajce ai. o.ow uuwk
n.in. todav to MIrs Lnttle McClelland.
at Oalvarv Church. Th bridal cjuple
leave for Chicago at 6 o'clock p.m. No
cards. Mies McClelland is a young
lady of great personal attractions and
many accomplishments and is the
center of a wide e'rele of friends, who
wish her much joy aid happinejs.
Tin readers of the Appeal, and in
fact evrv ci'uen ol Memphis who
has come within the influence of hia
genial pv rtonality, will be glad to hear
of the gond fortune that tins fallen to
Col. II. M. Dnak. editor of the Am-
lancht. A telceratn was received yes
terdny announcing that he had been
appointed clerk of the United States
Circuit Court, with headqiar
ters at Nashville, the appointment
to take etTect December 15th. The
place is said to be a comfortable one
but nothing like the anerits of the ap
pointee deserve. A scholar ot varied
erudition, a linunist of no mean at
tainments, a wiiter who combines
vigor of expression w.th solidity of
thought, Col. Doak is withal the most
modest of men, and one who
wonld blush to hear bis pra'ses
suns aloud. No more pleas
nrable ta'k has tven been
awigned to the writer than to congrat
nlate him Dubllclv nnon his goon for
tnne. and wish him all manner of
rood things in his new field of use
f ulnets. The only regrettable feature
connected with this matter is that
Memphis will lose a man of tare per
sonal merit. If a truer, higher-
Strug, -more perftct gentleman than
H. M. Doak exists anywhere, we are
ignorant of bis whereabouts. The
whole staff of the Arr-BAL heaitily con
Miss Oabric M. Keating, pianist,
may ha found at the Uayoeo Uotei.
Dob. Mitchrll & Madry have re
moved their oiiiens to their new sana
torium building, No. Ill Court itreet.
Fob bronchial, asthmatic and pul
monarv complaints Brown's Broncaial
Troches manifest remarkable curative
propert'os. Bold only in boxes.
. R, Ryam A Co. have just received
a car Ion nj new California London
layer raisins, ri. open up very
fine. For sale to the wrj gt low
Q. W. Mili.kr & Co., Paten Aabeatoa
Fire Proof Koofors. For durability,
...xju.... 1 ai.
iron, felt and gravel roofs. No. 65
Taa Herbal Chill Cnre, the boot
tonioand antl-perlodio known. A certain
and lure ouro for otallla. Frlcea nor bot
tle. Bend ilaiiini for eiroulnri. Any ref-
eroore giien. AJdreil John C. RiTckar..
Aix authoritlrs agree that the milk
of a henlthy mother is the beat food
for an infant. Next to thif, and con
toining all the e'omenti for perfect
nutrition, is Molhn's food, which,
after a long test, la highly indorsed by
prominent medical mon,
Thk breath of a chronic catairb.
natient Is of en so oUenr-ive that he
cannot go inta society and he hocoinos
an obiect of dieenst. Alter a time
ulroration bo's in, the spongy bones
are attuked. and frequently, entirely
destroved. A constant source of dis
comfort is the dripping of the purulent
secretions into the throat, sometimes
producing inveterate bronchitis, which
in its turn has been the exciting cause
of pulmonary disease. The brilliant
results which have attended Its use
for years past properly designate Ely's
Cream Balm aa by far tbe Lett, if not
tbe only real cure for hay fever, rose
cold anu catarrh.
The Hon. Zack Taylor, the nominee
of the Republican party for Congress,
and Mr. James Phelan, nominee ol
the Democratic party for Congrese,
will addreps tbe cltisens of the Tenth
Congressional District, in joint dis
cussion, at the time and places stated
1'ocahontas, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 10
Middleton, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 4
8suUibnry, Thursday, Oct 21, 10 a.m.
Grand Junction, Thursday, Oct. 21,
Toons, Friday, Oct. 22, id a.m.
Bnllvar, Saturday, Oct 23, 1 p.m,
Whitovtllo, Monday, Oct. US, 1 p.m.
Whitehaven, Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1
Oaplevilli. Thursday, Oct. 28. 1 p.m.
Memphis, Friday, Oct. 2t), 7 :30 p.m.,
at position minding.
MasoD, Saturday, 0. 30, 1 p.m.
w. J. SMITH.
Clin. Republican Cong. Committee,
h. r. AUAMH.
Chn. Demoeratto Cong. CoinmiUaa.
Tbe growing popularity of Ko Ko
To'u as a remedy f ir dyspepsia is be
coming marked and worthy of inves
tsgatlnn. Ara its merits purely ficti
tious and built upon the fertile imag
ination of a skilful advertiser, or are
there real virtues in Ko-KoTulu aa aa
aid to digestion? Those who are af
II cted owe it to thcmsolvis to probe
the nia t'T to the b'lttom and uncer
tain if to t reat a boon U within tlmir
le.ich ob a remedy thtt catue i o d b-la-te,
but on the contrary is reliehed
by all who try it.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY,
0. B. 8ALL0WAV C0 ...-.PaoearTOa.
Katai li ou ana i par aay. acenraini hi
ia ana loeauon ot room ovaoiu
W D I.umpkln. Tann A Childen, Ky
W H Willlamann.Aia J Uoburn, Ala .
K II KnnK. N Y
F 11 A nderion, Va
L F Hrcwn, Tnn
OK Clarke. Ky
i M Kobtrl.. Ky
NMarki. MY s,
J (1 M liuDaloa, NY
ti Kobblm, Onto
CX Kindnkoff, N
W E ('tint'. Mo
T w Millar, Tnn
C W (iravaa, Tana
(J li Meliootjua
J B llayei. Tann
J Kn, N Y
A j iviroy, mil
tit U........i;.lJ 1tm. I V A i b I I
J II Logwood, Ala T II luart. Mo
M M Uaniumen. Ark J K rrii-e, lex
J M Bameant, Mini J 11 l'ahlor, Mm
Min A Moulollan.La J K O'lioarn, la
J 1) ThniDinon, Tenn LS LoKan. Ky
W V Klanden, Ha' D L Utukill, N 0
II L Koteliill. MY li U lirodie, Mo
WHLvonl. Ill A Willi. Ohio
J M Crump, Tenn J P Hall. Mill
W A hirwnn, Mo J B uiKe, fliiM
I. F Tracer. NY C E Ktaley. Mo
Mn I.am.hear, Mo (J W Curtin., t
M 1) llowel'. Mo w b lioya, Ky
W White. Tenn J E Kemp, Ky
J Wiil.n, Mini It F Abbay, Mipi
K K lioi.lh, Si i J 1) Mnrrii, Utilo
i Hexiraer, Ohio C J Kiley, Ohio
J W aldw.ll, Tex A Feiber, La.
I A Iir-ndenburicD C K K CruiK, Mo
Mini F Aiki". Tex Jaa AikiD, Tex ,
CHAikin.Tex V U Creln Aw, Ark
Ram Hurt. Tex Mr! K Uodzei. Mill
Mm 8 F Hull, Mill F u llauer, JN I
W C Falkner, Mill J U liolloway, Mill
K T Waahburn. La WCI.r ni.Mo
J Edmnndaon. Tann T M Miller, city
J 11 Mcl'hail, Trnn 1) Cableni, Ky
Jo W Alliaon, Tenn M Simon. N Y
0 D WinKlield, La J Friateil, Tenn
J S Waaliiniton.Tenn J Morgan. Tenn
BT KlnxaolU. X J Jimti, n I
A Lindaar. N Y
W l Greenetla. N Y
W Newboraer, N Y
F II Jones, Kngland
0 l Dovey, a Y
J A Sanaiiter. Ill
II II McCaleb, Mo
J P Kugle 4w, Ark
W 11 norby. Ala
N Wheatcroft. N X
U W Bardine, Ky
U Buckley. Ohie
K A Job nnon. Mnll
It 0 Walthall, Mill
M.iT II I'h'llina.Miil F Mnrivold. Miaa
H Letter, Ky W J llarriion, N Y
W Lawrence. Tenn H B Moore. Tenn
T M White, Miaa K Y Morrow. Ky
TKParbam.Ky W Gillette, la
JKMleon.Ala F A Averbeck. Ohio
A I hrretout Aw.Misa Mn Johnaon, MlM
F W Uuvnl, Tenn F Orgill, Tonn
Mr L Kldriiliti. NY Miaa K Carv. N Y
J K Kcatea, Ky W F liliin.le. N V
J 1) MrKitrink, NY W F Ilarnei, Cat
W L Bibcock, Mo J L Barringion, N I
J Complon, Ky J Owen, Tenn
J u rration, uii J K Ladd, Ui.nn
W K Klynn, Ky II II Wiitlnck, h v
A L Wesiinaer, Mill II Parka, jr, Tenn
W II Cady, Mo J K Jainoi, Tenn
3C Jennino, Tonn 11 C Jnckaon, Tex
Huynaid Aw, Tex A W Mobolaon, Mill
B 0 Jonei it. Ark L 8 Camp, Va
R N Uluck, Va 8 M Coleman, Mill
Miai J Uoleinan. Mill W Ifalilwvn. Mill
H B Carry Aw, N C 8 W Simon if, Ua
A B uero-rt 4o, Ua o C rairlty, Mo
A H Cox, Mo J Barton, Ark
The New Uny oho.
FARRINQTON, STKWAHT t WHITE,
Ratal 12 (I) to $4 per day, aroordinx to leoa-
iion ot rooina.
LEmmloh, Mill Mn 8 8 Lrnch, Tinn
f r imrnea. lenn I, ..hmun. Ann
W L Force, Tenn L fi Foater, Tonn
I U Bollon, Tenn II Winna. Tnirn
J P McLawi, jia. F H Smith, Mo
B Woll, Miaa H II Leyter, Miai
KFTate.Miai B F Maodoi. Ma. a
0 Weaton, NY E T Rockwell, Kal
M L Hurley, Mini L C Dulaney, Mill
Ml.aM Dulanov.MIn 8 D Kvla.Tenn
J llanan, NY J II Laley, lonn
8 llnrrii AW, Ky J 11 Soruitga, Tenn
Mn 8 Furreaa, Tann Mita S Brown, Tenn
TI'Graaly, Ky P MoOoure, La
Ir J II Ma.l.lox, Mo ill UodRea, Ark
JMKvana.Ohlo 8 B Andnnon, Tenn
U (J lluncan.ail J V Mutter, N Y
W W O'Noil.jr, Pa MM Beay. N Y
W W Wood. Ky
J 11 Irwin, Ky
J M Hukor, Ua
Mra Mchenry, Ky
Nathan Gregory, Ark
M L Wilon, lenn
J A Mathews. Mid
E Morton, lenn
K J Force. Ky
H MoIIonry Ky
A W Maion. Ark
J Fentrei,f enn
J L Judd.N Y
Q B Auatin, Oa
J Manning, N Y
II K 8tone, Ohio
J II Rack, D C
E Fanning, NY
A H liny, USA
J M E-toa. Min
G W Johnaon, Tenn
0 0 Sherrod, Tenn '
J Bruniwiok, III
I) McCracken, Tann
J K Elder, Tenn
JO Kendrick, Tenn
R J Ilendricki, N Y
RJ Wall, Ala .
T R Hall. Ky
U U 8aoki,01no
O W Tuthill, Mo
J R raaier, Ark
Mn F.atea. Miaa
J T Fruit, Tenn
I u Milien, lean
Jidney Cook. Tenn
Wm Uorety, Tenn
M Uracy, Tenn
M M 8aay, N Y
h a Mayen, Ala
0 B Mitchell. K
L B Ham'oy, Mill
T R lionderion. Ark J 8 Moore. Ark
w i Jordan, Ara J at Armstrong, lean
11 n Hickman, lenn w u Strong, Tonn
8 11 Perkini, Mo
N II Lindaar, Mo
11 J I'aie, Mo
0 G White, Tenn
P X Harding, Mill
II Winter, Mill
J Murrell, Mill
J II Adami, Ind
(1 11 Milei, Tenn
II T Hainei, Mo
H J Harria. Miaa
j II Watinn, Mill
W JPhilllpi, Ind
L M Judion, Tann
101IT. B. HANTII.I, COMPANY.
RBMantell, WJ Fielding,
Mario slioldon, Elfie Shannon,
W. H. BINOHAM Miiiaoib.
Karoraan plan. Knlargsd and refurnlihad.
frloti aoeordini totiie ana looa-
tion or roomi.
T JRowell, MIm
C W Allen, Tnn
W A Thomnion. Tenn
U 11 myeri, lenn
J A Miitthewi, Mill
H L Mohaurin, DC
J A Durham, city
n r-hari'Oi lonn
J A F-ntur, Ky
hT Oliauibera, oily
HM Wright. Tenn
J u neny, i
A II Khodoi Aw, Tenn V A Armitrnng, La
J M Dunoan. oitr J R liruitor. Tann
J K Kvana Aw, Mill Mm .1 I) Porkini, Mill
iii r none, lonn i uuray, Ara
J I) Chaplino. Ark U A rjtorkloy, Tenn
II M Do twiok, Tenn F II Hnllini, Ala
Mra M lliggina. M il H W Williaina, Ua
7. Taylor, lenn S D Kraley, Tenn
W M Inio. Mita W R llnrmum. Miaa
J C iion, Mo M MoKeon, Tonn
W U Uoadoii, Tenn J S 8 Trnvia, Tenn
W L Urahiun, Tonn (1 M Rye, wAc, Ark
11 J llmter, Tonn T Caary, Tenn
I While, Ark R W Camii, Ark
F Hanaoll, Mo 1) J Uautior, TVi
I, Uautier. Tex (I K Ooloman, Mill
M R Mitchell, Mill 11 V brad loni, Ark
J K liavia, Miai Mra S U Bigny, Ark
L C t'rumii, Miaa W J Knox, Mill
J W Thoinna, Min J 11 Heid, Tone
A J Sullivan. Ala W J Owen, Ala
Mra lion lor .to, Mo JPUall.Miai
L hrnmtr, lonn J Doliiud, uliio
Mra moLtmore, Mill li Levy, Tenn
W A faint,, k'v
A Lowenstein, Tenn
W W Jett, Ark
B Davis, Mo
Win Nelion. Mo
A HMarati, Tenn
J J Atkinion, Mo
M Jar, Tenn
Mra A Dnlofiehj.TAnn
i l Phelan. Tenn
M r Barry, Mo
J Ward, Mo
(1 Bnlllvan, Mo
lien Taller, Tenn
J Allen, Miia
K K l'oite, Tenn
Mn Ieiniiiiheart,Ten J j Maton, Tenn
WCFuircll At.Miai J D Dnnuury, Tenn
K Poaton, Tenn W Kioe, Tenn
K R Anthony, Tenn It F Collini, Tenn
A II Coleman, Min H 11 Miti hell. Tenn
U L It if.. T a ft.i-
J II Lealie, Miai V Leaco, Ark
li w lieaton, Mi'S W 8 Mayei, Tenn
w li Hamilton, Tenn J U Uiger, La
K 0 Fuller, Miaa K 11 Ilaaen, Mill
Lit Dakar. Mo A J Hnin.a. Mi.a
11 Aakew, Mill Miai L MolIowan.Mlia
W II Wrirht, Ark Miai Draco Hare, Ark
i lemii.ArK J il Avery, Ark
MiaiSMoDoaald.TennMn T J Kncro, Tens
ii monona a, Ark U w rl l orln, 111
H 0 ohult. Mo W P Perkins, Mill
Matter 1'orkina, Miai M V Su.ith, Aliti
lnfra Rarnnaan H.1.1
Corner ol Ailami and Main atreeti. Koomi.
avo, too and II ier day s Aiuenoan 1'lan,
, J per aay.
Fir.t dnaallaiattiirianl In K. flnlnl
J. M. 1)11 FY 110 yeara with Peabody Uotal).
R M Taiwan, Ark M TConnnr, N T
J V Niel. Ky
A Diehl, Tenn
T J Franoia. Ohio
H J Pane. Miaa
J II I hoinaa, Miai
M T Taylor, Mian
I N Walker, Ark
T L Adatui.Mo
II C King. Tenn
II T Patten, Miai
J II Syniuiali, Ind
J W Raker, Tenn
K T Morriion, Ind
J Malcolm, IU
H J Parker, Mo
J M Tailor, Mill
w u Adania, Ma
II L Coyne, HI
T M Winlnrn. Ark
J LUeok. Ky
P M Morrii. Tenn
II K Kidiiway, 111
Mok rnrater. Kuaa a Jo-Jo. lluaai
Prol I Kox, Kuroia J L WycoB, Ky
miaa i, trare, in
K M Jonea. Tenn
J BCIiapliu, Ark
K J Jonea, ir, Xona
A Cobb. Tann
3 W Crowell. Mill
Ark V. lout. T.nn
M F Kuaa. Tann JT Hbtmi A.l T.n.
j n iiiiainaon, Kr M llinok ey. Mich
B L Mi'Uuire, Ala P Hardy. Mo
11 K Ward, Tenn W llama, Tenn
mra i, aiiare ao, lei A t Munp. Kaa
M O llallowny, TeiiB W W l.edliurry, Tenn
!! i .V C Callona. Ind
11 T Wlldman, N Y "J Coati, Mliai
W II lullor. I nd II N binith, Tenn
U h lieeio, Trim 8 I) IliMiry, Tonn
A U iiaipard, Tenn M McOlure, Tenn
li A Cooney, Ark K J Swanaon Tenn
H K Onlilahy, Tenn W II t atton, Teun
O W lldlton, lenn J V Harria. Ky
K I' wl I . Ark N A Oleaon. Mich
II 'H'rain Ad, Miai F A Mrilunler, Tenn
J iMinu, ,111,, HLMiy, lot
K L ,Mual) , Tnn A S Johuaim, Tenn
r,iitKi'Ai'i)ii a baiiwi'U.'h rim i b.
W R Foreiauh 4w, T Saiuwella Aw,
J(thn FnrimuKh, ilonm Foreiaiinb,
Maaiic Furrii.tiKh, 1'rarl Fiiremu. li,
lUltin Furep nub, Kuty Fiirei'HUvh.
Annie ForepAtiKb, Willie liirupautiu,
F.ildie Fornpauirb, lUrtino ,kw,
K S Deugeaa, KdLiuuard.
How to Go From the Bluff
City to the Wound City
Ths Plan as Arranged by the
Misfit Clothing Parlors.
THE ROUTE-Kither direct by
river or by steamer to licimont,
Mo., thence by rail, or all rail, via
Nashville and Cairo.
ACCOMMODATIONS Plenty of
room lor all excursionists, but no
sleeping-coaches on tbe boat, or no
'steamboat bar on the cars.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors are
not issuing free tickets to St. Louis,
but any ono buying a Suit and
Overcoat there can save enough to
pay tbe expenses of the trip up the
When you buy a Suit or Overcoat
at tbe Misfit Clothing Parlors you
got really First-class Cloth and
FirsUclass Work. You really get
Double Value for your money, so
that tbe difference between o
prices for fine tailor-made clothing,
and wbat tbe tailor wilt charge you'
would pay for a trip to St. Louis.
Hundreds ot Fine Suits.
Tempting Array ot Spring Over
Big Stock of Fine rants,
all soiling lor less than the cloth in
Make no mistake, as Misfits will
save you many dollars.
Open evenings until 9 ; Saturdays,
until 11. ' ' '
Reuiomber, all alterations to in
Porfect Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE. ' by a Frst-class
262 Second Street,
Opp. Conrt Square. Memphis. Tenn
Fine Watch repairing at Mulford'g.
Adf Ice to Mothers.
Mrs. WinaloVs Boothinar Svrun
Bhould always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
sufferers at once : it produces natural
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as "britilit as a button." It is
very pleasant to taate. It soothes the
child, softens the trams, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising irom
teething or other causes. Twenty'
live cents a Dottle.
Order "Mnflortl M lule Medal,
IS BKUOVID BT TUB OSS 09 COCOAPl.Ka
And it stimulates and promote tb.i
growth of the hair.
iinrnett'H invonna w1 rcers ro rm
Solid 81Her ware at Mullord'a
A DrnKtufM htory.
Mr. Isaac 0. Ohanman, druireist,
Newbnrg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William II all's Balsam for
the Lnngs. I ca say of it what I
cannot say of any other . medicine, 1
have never heard a customer speak of
it bnt to praise its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest effects. I
nave usea 11 in my own lamuy lor
many years ; in fact, always have a
liottle in the medicine closet ready for
Monogram Hangles Mnlfbrd
Furniture, Caapets and Lace Car
Received today a large lot of beauti
ful carpets just from the loom some
new patterns never before in tha mar
ket. Extra super ewe wool, extra
super O. O , and some lovely designs
in Body Brussels. Also new runs, lace
enrtaina and window shades. Elegant
sideboards, hat-racks, center tables,
and wardrobes with Drenctx piate
glass door. No trouble to show goods
and qaote prices, whether you want
to bay for cash or on installment.
Call and examine our large stock.
U. WT FISHKR,
274 Seoend itreet, opposite Court Square.
Mnlfbrd, Jeweler, 21)4 Main,
Hcits orders from the country.
MBS. J. H. Rlatkr,
ttacher of Ger-
man, Gayoso Hotel.
AdrertlHlng Spaces for Rent.
nn tt,a fnnno anrrminilmir IS LiOWen
eteln A Bro.'s new building, Main and
Jeflerson streets, by Hook Jiawrui.
Apply at once.
ljeliiK and Cleaning.
T.o.tiea nml o-nnU' alothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid glovee,
ostrich fathers and lace curtains by
Loirs Rinel, 68 JeUeraon street, Mem
I pliis, Teun. Goods received by expreee.
KnlMcrlbe for lUe tAppeL"
OCTOBER 19, 1886.
V aVVaa WWW W 11 1
1108. 290 and 292
I- SPECIAL PKICES k Eallroad
JAMES 91. CIOODBAB.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
BOOTS & 3
No. 319 MALV
WTOur Fall and WIntar Block of BOOTH AH
inn. flnmn .U. mnA ' n. I. ,h. M.Mh..l,
Douea Dera, and pernapi more tban any bouae loutn 01 tna i.inio river, 1. s
the trada. Wa still carry a larga Una of t'UHTOH-MADE OOIM,
uittman uo.'i L,adiea Kia, Uoat ana Call,
any hon.g. Hlva m a nll.
Buy Only jhe Best
Prcserios Peace In the
WIL L SELL YOU
AT 91.75. Toolbu IlaiitOD Shoea
that ennnot be bonght else
where for lee Ibnn a2.2ri, alaea
11 lo a.
AT 91.25, Child's Sprlna Heel
ond Heeled Enllon Nbora, that
ennnot be anballtnted tow leaa
than 91.60. alaea 4 lo71-3.
AT 91.50, Child's NprlBg Heel or
Heeled Bolton Shoes that ara
Inlljr worth 91, alaea 8 to 1 1 a,
AT 9175, Hisses' School Shoes,
Heeled or Spring Heel, that are
bargain at 92.00, alaea 11 to 2.
Onr Ladies' 93 Button Kid Shoei are
th wonder of ererybody.
For 93 we offer yon s ipeoial bargain
thia week in LadieB' Kid Dreii Button
Hhoe, French teel, that it well worth
Our Men's-& Bntton Bali and Con
(real Gaitnre i(T made of beat tannery
calf, leamleu ramp, sulid tola leather.
Kangaroo leather topi they ara 25 per
eent. better tban any othera at that
aT-For CTery thins; that Is ele
gant and stylish, for tbe cream of
FINE FOOT WEAK,
Call and Examine tha Immense Stock of
ZELLNER & CO.
300 Main St.
Derlled Crabs, Bknrai,
Salmon, Fresb Can Mackerel,
Brook Tront, Oysters,
Mackerel In Tomato Catsup,
Sweet Staffed Piekles,
Soar Pickles by thecal, and In Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Relish,
Wooster Sauce, Tomato Cats op,
Capers, Mustard, Curry Powder,
Salad Dressing, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheese, Celery Banco,
Celery Salt, Etc., Etc,
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO
Importer and Dealer In
Ouns, Flshlnpr Tackle and Sports
men's Supplies, aw Bpeoial attention
tiven to MANUFACTURING and RE
lia IMtatn M WiJimplilw. Tfinw
SHEA it McCABTlIY.Propr'a,
140,118,114 Front, Memphis.
ONI Of TBI LARUKST B0IL1R SHOPS
if the Soath. and ths only tomp et
E oiler aod flheet-Iron WorM n w.
laaaafxitarera of boayr pl
work or every description. Bpselal
atnlo attw to nlantallon worlt.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
finna. AmmnnlUon. Flshlnir Tackle
and Sportaniens' Snppllcs.
WH0LK8ALB AND RETAIL.
mi m .1 n eirat. Memnhta. Tenni
Manufaotnrin and Repairing o nni
Bcecialtr. Laraeat Stock. Beatanortment.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
rmporten sad daalan In uns. ",
nlllon end Fishlun Tiwkle, Itaillders'
Hardware, r.loetrle Bells aaad Aj-
m n m k . ami nw Uai.1, .nil Ra.1 dAncel.SSO
Main street. Memphis, Tenn. Eleotrio
luppllai alwayi oa hand. RepeiHn neatly
Young & Brother,
Eooksellers and JStationerf,
8 18 Mala St Kfemphls, Tenn
A NEW SUPPLY OF
jijfvr HFf r.ivED. ...
of our houis will b tontiu-
X i-ed aa heretofore
llKHlAMltin et HIllFvBD,
MANUFACTUBERS AND JOBBERS
WaaJ a- aa
H 'WDirAKli AWD
ant Levee Contractors
. r-i aitar E. J. CAKBIJfGTOS
D HIIOF.a-th. Iargoat in this -kat, and
.ilm Mumntii. to AAI1 ana BX.UIIUO uia pui. " . " . 7 . . . .
bandei a larga variety
UIIICS SAVINGS BANK.
NO. 7 MADISON STRET.
l4ir UP CAPITAL.
Intorest I,ici om. Doponlts.
OPEN ATUKAYB DM 1 11. 7 O'CXItCH P.M.
M. H. KiTZENDEEGEB, VrltialX 1. KATZbJiBEKGEE. Cashier.
BOABU OF DIRECTORS.
JOHN A. DENIE.
W. U. UAKKUMi,
J. W. bUUOtlH,
To Uv We and Smokers
TUB IMMENSE POPULARITY OUR
GRID REPUBLIC BROS
Have attained, has Induced unprincipled manufacturer! to plaes on the market a but
Imitation. We horeby caution the public that all Genuine Cigarroi will bear A. RIO beal
on eaoh box. and our Factory Number, 20O, Sit -.
Th nni. .11 inn. Havana filler Clear on tbe market for a eenta.
FOR SALE BY-S. A. Franiioli, P. Carlin,
MOON & JOTNEB,
IU I HAMLIN OS W
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STYLUS, id.UU AMI Li-WAIU
aarTIRMS-Cajh, er aaiy Monthly InatallraenU. Write (or IlluitraUd Oatalogas.
O. K.- HOTJCK
SOLE ASEirS FOB
Iffo, BOO IVCaIxi. St.,
am. I4U Union Street. HasbvlUe. I
Sola Asenti for tha following Firit-Clait Initrumentat
PIANOS Kranich &
rA NEW 7-OCTAVK
Write for Catalogues. Ao. 231 and
L. O. MULL1N8, ol late J. R. ttodwin A Co.
Cotton Factors Commission Bercbants
No.. 1 flowarfl'n Raw, Cor.
JUST BECEIVIHG AND IN STORE,
1,000 lanes Kew Crop (Season 1880), Rio i'oflee.
3,000 kess Iron and Nteel Kails best brands.
1,000 barrels Kenned Sugar-all grades.
100 barrel New Crop (eaon 1886), Hlce.
1,500 pkgs. l,eat and lteflned L.ard.
150 tierces 4'anvassed Dams.
100 boxes Breakfast Racon. "
1,000 bags Shot, Powder and Cans.'
lilOOO boxes Canned Hoods, Sardines, Oysters, Etc
1,000 bxs. pure New Cream Cheese silver Moon Ilrand.
1,000 bags hand-picked Virginia and Tennessee Peanuts.
Manufacturers of the celebrated brands of SIL
TER MOON and JHEMl'lII Pure Stick Candy, and Baking;
Importers of Foreign Fruits, Xemons, Oranges,
Balsins, Nuts, Etc.
Nos. 284 and 286 Main Street, t Mem phis, Tenn.
Z. N. ISTIS.
(SCCCESSOKS TO ESTES, DOABT CO.)
Vlolesale Grocers and Cotton Factor a
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis. Tenn. j
Boots and Shoes
261 UVIA-IOXr ST,
6T0CK OF BOOTS AND SHOES
Vy corople'e ttian ever, com
dium. durable and itjliao coo
TO Til K TRADK wa offer special
SOLID SIZES, wears prepared to fill orden lor ineciai aitea at JNU r-ATHA
anablina MerchanU to fill in without being eompelled to buy gooda not needed.
Aaents for the Celebrated W. I.. Ponclaa 3 Men's 1'alf Sboes and H
tloya' Shoes In all styles.
-ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE AND PRICE LUST HAILED FREE
MEYER, Kec-'j and Treas.
Scraper ona lari, nurncaa. w
r. O. JOJIES.
rae of tta iaryj.it ro . mnw
that our booi and pricea ara aatiilaotory ta
IN, innlndinc tha oe'ebrated Hao. Hooker Calf Booti, Krinpeiiaorr,
if other makea. OurKaiUrn JTkhV
A. rOHEN, J. a. BISUUB,
X. f" TOBIJf, A. b. MEYKRS.
OHO. F. IiIBB cte GO.,
Factory 800, 3d District, X. Y.
H. J. lleliter, K. aitister, c. u. vampoeu a v.
OF THE WORLD."
Ho. H0 Olive Street, St. UsoT,
Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
Warren, and Smith American.
PIANO FOR 190.-wi
Z'3 Second (Street, Memphis
JAB. Y0N3K, late ol J. W. Caldwell A O,
Front and Union, Hfomnhid.
W. B. doaSTj
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR IS MORS
on i t me De.i. inu unoei uut uiao iuii iinea 01 ma"
offer at low figurea.
Inducement!. Carrying mnt ol onr aooda la
fill ordera lor inecial aitea at NO KXTRA CObT, thu