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RIMQAD HUE TABLE.
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SB4 1. By.) Traini oa thii road run M fol-
laytt;';.ia. New Orleani fait mail,
daily, vriTM ct :10 a.m.i Vicksburg ex
Kail, daily, arrival at 6:46 p.m.
Uaaiealppl aaal Taaaaaa ea.Tralni
0T 11 follow! t Mew Orleani sail arrival
3ailr at 9:36 a.m. I l.ar.i daily at 6:00 p.m.
WMrtlewiaail Mlastaalnpl Val
ley -Tralnl mora al lollowi: Tait Una
laaTM at 10:00 a.m.: St. Louli fut Una
Imtm at 6:30 P . t Fait Una arrival at 1:30
p.m. t St. Loali fait Una arrival at 0:06 a.m.
Loalavllla aad Haaavllla Tralni
fiora ai followit rait mail arrival daily at
llSa.m.i leevei at 10:10 p.m.i mail laaTai
dally at 10:10 a.m. arrival at 1:00 p.m.
Brownsville aoeomaodatlom leaei daily'
xoept Sunday, at 6:00 p.m. t a-rlvei dally,
aioept Sunder, at 6:50 a.m. (lUndardtlma).
Clalf IKiiaui City, Hpriug.
14 mm Momptila) Iralni leaTa.M. and
T. dapot ai follow! : No. 4, Kaniai City -
rail, leave! e iv:v. a.m. i no, o, ahiu
Ity eipreii, arrive, at omu p.m. no. a,
aniai City mall, leavei at6:00 p.m. I Mo.D,
n,u Cltv mail. arrival at 8:4ft a.m. No.
I, Ol. Ijoei. MV vuioawv fipraij i.tm at
(:00 p.m.! Na. 1, St. LooU and Chioaaoei
praii, arrival at 1:45 a.m. la effeot Sunday,
April 18. 1886.
Hemphla aad Charleataa Tralni
ova ai followit Through express laaval
dally at 10:40 p.m. Hall and express laaval
ally at 10:00 a m. pomerville accommoda
tion laaval dally, azoapt Sunday, at 6:30
CM. Through expreel arrival daily et 6:2ft
Mall ana express arrival aauyai ii:wj
Bomervllle aooommodation arrival
ly, azoapt Banday, at 8:30 a.m.
Mematila. BlrBilaahara aaal Atlan
tic- Holly Bering! Koata Tralni mova ai
followit Ne.l leavei Mamphti dell at 3:45
am. I arrival at Holly Spring! at 6:M p.m.i
So. I laaval Holly Spring! daily at :00
a, an . arriTal ant M.amhli at MilOa.m.l No.
Laves Mamphli daily at 7:16 p.m., arrival
tt Uollv Spring! at 11:46 p.m.i No. 6 laaval
Unrlnn daily at 1:10 a.m., arrival ai
Mamphli at 6 :46 a.m.
Meaaphta and Lltlla Bock. Tralni
mova ai follow! (oantral itandard tima))
Wo. 1 laaval dally at 4:30' p.m. I arrival at
66p.m. No. 5 laarai at 6:66a.m.: a. rival
at t iM a.m. No. 6 (freight) leavai HopaAald
dally (azoapt Banday) at 6:00. a.m. I arrival
at 7:10 p.m. .
For Miuiulppi: Fair weather; vari
able tcindi; generally eatterly; cooler in
the northern portion; nearly ttationary
temperature in the southern portion.
ForArkanuu: Fair weather; preceded
ly local rairu in the wettcrn portion; vari
able vindi, generally northeatterly; cooler.
For Tenneuet: Fair iHtallitr ; north
taiterly wind$; cooler.''
MaMrmi,yin., Ootohar 20. 1886.
T Time. I Bar. I Ther. I Wind.l W'th'r
Maximum turn per wr. 81.0.
Minimam temperature, 61,0.
Ocone, 11 a.m., 2.
Ia laa Cotloa Begloa.
aio.Vi,' fiithT-ici, U, H. Abut,!
QttuihM nth kanaka tni t
Division of telegrams and reparta lor
the ban-eat ol commerce and srlcnl
tore. Got to a region bulletin for the
twenty -fonr liou rg imdl og October 20th
at 6 o'clock o m. :
3 5?5 ass.
IfKMPRU DI8- S B &H B
TBICT. ' ? 2 J T P
i M ? i
Memphis 81 61
Haahville 80 61
Grand Janotion... TO 66
Corinth 82 67
Tnacnmbla .' ' 79 47
Decatur 80 4S
footUboroM 'R0" . 40
Hernando 78 65
-( Bateaville 77 60
Grenada 78 48
Oovlcrton 82 62
Dyerebnrg 82 62
Arlington ... 82 60
BrownsTlllavC.,.. 80 60
Milan .V..:... 83 M
Paria . 82 30
Bollrar 81 62
Holly Springe 77 67
Oaford.. 79 68
eume...., 1622 691
Mean 80 62
"Wilmington 70 50 .00
Charleston 81 68 .00
AognsU 82 53 .00
Savannah 2 03 .04
AtlanU 70 64 .0)
Montnomery Bl 67 .00
Mobile 82 52 .00
New Orleans 82 611 .01
Galveston H4 70 .01
VicksbnrR 82 58 .
Little Hock H2 00 .
Memphis 80 62 .00
Bums 973 6S0 .06
Means..... 81 67 .
The Legislative Oonnoil will meet
at 3 o'clock p.m. today.
L. 8. Fame worth and RC. Gddina
ver appointed Notaries Public yes
Memphis received more cotton
yes'erday than any city In the conn
try, New Orleans and New York not
Great preparations are making for
the opening ball oi the Memphis
Club, which takes place next Satur
day eight, October ZJd.
The la'.e Henry Furatenholm's
win was admitted to probate yester
day. All his property Is bequeathed
xo nia wns ana children.
Mannford has received a new sud
ply of Zitka, by Henry Greville, and a
aew nnmber of Humboldt library, en-
i lieu aimki of animated nature.
The rili(jrirg intelligence has
jubi oeen received that i'helin Ulubs
are forming all over the county, and
me signatures are multiplying at a
rate to insure sacces?.
Keep the ball rolling. Let there
D6 no iiggarda in this contest. Or
ganiae l'he'an olubi iu every precinct
and lee that every good Democrat is
euroiiea anatr His party's banner.
Tonight Memphis Lodge Knights
of Honor will confor the degree ander
the new ritual at No. 298 Second
Street. The work is very beautiful,
and there should be a large attend
Mr. II. Neville Ward writes ns
from London that he was to sail for
New York on the 13 b, and would be
in Memphis shortly with a herd of
Holitein ca'tle, which he will offer to
the farmers cf this s?c'ion.
Ladies and gentlemen desirous of
Joining the choir of the Young Men's
Christian Arsxiation will mtet l'of.
Hughes at iho r..oins next Friday
night, at 7:30 oVoc k prompt, to re
hearse for the entertainment.
A very beautiful qailt i9 on exhi
bltio.i in one of Menken's windows
that is to bu sold for the benefit of
fhe Pio'es'ant cemetery at riavannali,
in this State. It is very artistic
piece of work, and ought ,o bring a
M - i.a
.-..igo licenses were grautru
Jeeterday to L M. Naah and Miss
(amie McOowan. W.J. Brigham and
Miss Mary K DeBeVoise, William I.
Mervin and Miss F orence B. Lading!
T. E. Norman and Miei Ida Lte Kllis,
and George William! and Miss Barah
The ladies in charge of the Mission
Home hope to welcome and introduce
to the family this afternoon every
friend, new and old, so many chil
dren yon won't know what to do. Be
sare of this whatever yonr gift, yoo
will wish it twice as big wben you tee
those sailing innocents.
There are a good many anxious-
yet hopeful, hf arts this morning con.
sideriDg the outcome of the "harvest"
gttheribg at Mission Home, from 2 to
4 o'clock p.m. A bint that money an
swer. th all things may be of use to
SDmepsttled frier da, and we give it
g atij. A good crop of dollars ia the
Deet oi an.
B. G. Craig A Co 'a fall display of
agricultural prodncts will bs opentd
.November l&tb, and win include speci
mens of culiivated grasars, grain, po
tatoes, vegetables, field peas, p amp
kins, turnips, etc., raised in Wft Ten
nessee, Nonh Miflslrslppi, Eastern
Arkansts, North Alabama, Bo u them
Kentucky and Kastern Missouri.
Auoko our marriage notices of this
morning is the announcement cf the
marriage of John . Finley, of Mem
phis, and Anna Crockett, of Murfrets
boro, Tenn. The groom baa the goad
will of a very extensive acquaintance
ship and the bride is a member of a
popular and well known family of
Louibviixi Courier Journal: Mr. II.
M. Dcak, editor of the Memphis Aw
Unche, has been appointed Clerk of
the United Htates Court for the Mid
dle District of Tennessee, and will ac
cept the position. Tb is is a good thing
for the court and a misfortune for the
journalism of recntssee.of which Doak
is one of the chief ornaments. Barring
his ldicsyncracirs in regard to Ken
tucky politics, about which be knowa
nothing. ' The Paraon" is the best in
formed mau in the journalism of his
native Btate. and if he could read his
own abominable handwriting afterjt
getsco'd, would make as good clerk aa
be Is an editor.
M. Humes et al to 8. A. Rodgers f t
al, six lot, Ncs. 1, 4, 8, 21, 22 and 23,
block UZ, JJixnn's subdivision, tor the
sum of tl 044 824.
' J. W. Helskell et ui to S. A. Rodgers
etal, lotO block 62, Dixon's (mbiiivl
aion, 60x150 feet, waat side of Walnut
street: consideration, $209.
Andrew Harris, trustee, to John
Uojs, lot 7, 60 acre. In f itteeoth Uis
t riot, for the sum of $5 80.
John Hobs et nx to Mrs. F. Riuch
haupr, same land as above j considera
George W. Will ama to Henry F,
D x, trustee, to secure R. Dudley
rayser.l30J. lot 7, block l, Over
ton's subdivision, 60x750 feet south
side of Calhoun street.
G. A. Waring, bill of sale ti O. R.
Ran & Co., all bis stock of groceries,
wares and merchandise in bis store at
85 Hadden avenue; consideration,
Order MMnllorl Blade Medals.
Jfalford, Jeweler, 294 Main, so
noils orders rrom me country.
IS HSMOVXO BY TBI DBS OP OOOOASIMa,
And it stimulates and promote the
growth of the hair.
Burnett's Flavoring Evtnuita am the
A DrORKlMa'a HtOTf.
Mr. Isaac C. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes na: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross ef Dr. William Hall's Baleam for
the Lungs. I can say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never beard a customer speak of
it but to praise its virtues in the high
est manner, I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest eflecta. I
have need it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
liottle in the medicine closet ready for
Ii the place for ladies to boy Bonnets,
Hats and Hair Goods. Everything
UrBt-clasi and at low prices.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
The firm of 2 Lords A Diehl U this
day dissolved by mutual consent, M.
H. Lord retiring. All indebtedness of
the firm will ho paid by George Lord
and Adam Diehl, who are alone au
thorized to collect indebtedness due
the said firm, and who will continue
the business at the old stand.
Han-ram Ita ugle Nalford
The Hon. Zack Taylor, the nominee
of the Republican party for Congress,
and Mr. James l'helan, nominee of
the Democratic party for Congress,
will addrets tse citiaens of the Tenth
Congreeaional District, in joint dis
cussion, at the time and places stated
Haulabury, Thursday, Oct 21, 10 a.m.
Grand Junction, Thursday, Oct. 21,
Toons, Friday, Oct. 22, 10 a.m.
Bolivar, Saturday, Oct. 23, 1 p.m.
Whlteville, Monday, Oct. 25, 1 p.m.
Whitehaven, Wedneaday, Oct. 27, 1
Capleville, Thursday, Oct, 28, 1 p.m.
Memphis, Friday, Oct. 20, 7:30 p.m.,
at Exposition Building.
Mason, Haturday, Oct. 30, 1 p.m.
, VT. J. SMITH,
Chn. Rapoblioan Cong. Committal,
K. V. ADAMH.
Cbn. Pamooratlo Cong. Coiumillae.
Subscribe for tli "Appeal."
Vicksburg, Mine., October 20.
Arrived: City of Vicksburg, St. Louis.
She returns Jomorrow.
Pittsburg, Pa., October 20. Night
River 6 feet 6 Inches and falling.
Weather clear and mild.
Naw OaLiAxs, La., October 20.
Night Departed: Helena, Memphis;
City of New Orleans, St. Louis.
Cincinnati, O.,0ctobor 20. Night
River 4 loot on the gauge and station
ary. Weather clear and pleasant.
LouisviLLi, Kr October 20 Night
River falling, with 3 feet 3 inches in
the canal and 1 loot l men on the laile.
Business good. Weather clear and
warm. No Cincinnati packots. owing
to tioub!e at Riaing Sun bar.
Solid Mil verwar at Blnllbrira (
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TllPItgDAY,'
-if rnvit a v n
. "in ad at par day. aaenrdina u
IE aai Vw: g 9lpavil
Hnttna fimltk. T.aa
D Craic, Mill
A Dod.., N Y
W T Dauiihtry, Ark .
O MalMV, T.aa
W L Kicharil.on.Ho
B (i Neb.it, M in
C folio, N Y
Mill A (irnff, Ky
T 1 Young, Misi
f W Ford, N C
J K Ilriviii, N Y
W ti aioore, Tean
0 Q Bil.Ur, Kniland
M 8 Levy iw. N I '
A F Brunch, 111
B U Ball, Ky
(1 C V.rn.r, III
J L Turn.r, Va
C H Juceraon, Ter n
1 Marx NY
K B Daaa, N Y
W B Cow.n kj. Ark
JC Kvan 4v , Mill
J C Carman, Ark
J W Maion, Miii
W D Beard, Tenn
Ja L Frailer, Ky
0 B Rsavii, Mo
W B Danpere, Ky
0 Oakei, Ohio
P H Thornton, Mill
J T VYaUoD, La
W Lawrenoa. Tenn
Ilcnur Patton, Tann
Jai U Nixon, Ark
OB Jenkinai, Ark.
JW flint, (ia
B Kent. Ark
B V Houitai, Ma
A L F.rrjrra.a. Ala
1 .1 II Ll. - J
n II m.Mlli ID.
8 M Ward, Ten a
1 W Uanaall.Tann
S K Davii, III
A Warran, Tana
J A Johaaoa, N Y
W U Williami. n Y
L K kitcbam, UUh
C 0 Jon.i, Tana
F 0 Browa, Mall
W M Calhoun, M Y
O f Haad, Ind
N Kai.er, N Y
K W blarlins, Pa
J Nak, Icnn
(1 W KBaad. Pa
T II Ktuarl, Mo
w w .tap, jn i
W II Tavlor. N Y
1 M Mayaov, Ky
J C PsttUraw, Ark
J M Hlar.nl, T.nn
L rbfti.l, Jena
H J Miirs.n. Tann
VY LBovd, Ky
Thin liowney, Mo
1) it MorrlioD. Ohio
8 H Ilaniall, Pa "
Q V latum, Ky
J Ur.lit.iu, Tann
B hullin, T.nn
The Hew Uayaao.
TABRINOTON, 8TKWART A WHITE,
Ratal t2 N to4 par riay, aroordlns to l.oa-
tlca of roomi.
J M Oinne, Tann VT C Klnoamnnn.Tinn
Frank J Kyan, Tann J C rl.ymour, Tonn
T R Davii, Pa J D Hamilton, Ky
0 B Mitohell, Mill O B Bunhanan, Mid
DU Like, Tean J B Hail, Mim,
J R Brigxi, NY J B B.aley, D 0
Win 11 Janningi.Ku J 11 Krarin, Ky
A B Dick, III AAfcott.Ohio
B J Nolman, Ohio KBJoaei, Ark
A B Pritohard, Ark K B Jobnion, Ark
R E Hullinaton, TennB A Johmon, Mo
Mn N Borne, Mo II U Waolibura, Mo
J Myeri, Mo K O AipleaU, Pa
11 W.bb, Mini Felix Pope, Miti
J Btein, Ia ti J Murks, Mo
Mn Llson, Tenn Mill Li.on, Tenn
J Hhortriile, N Y Mrn M Harper, Ky
J M Noilly. Ohio V 1) Van DeMnle.Mo
Caiit Leaob, Tenn E L Waynes, Mo
II M MorKan.Ohto A B h'eolt, Ohio
U II Hunt, Teno W B Biker, Tens
U W Abbott. Mill J D Manitield, Mill
1) K Parish, MUi II M Talemna, Ky
R i Waodion, Ark O II Gray, Ark
K II Brady, Ark ALMa'on.Ark
n P lliiwa. Mo W J Coouar. Mn
tl H Lewis, Tenn ...UK Brings. N T
J 8 Conway Aw, N Y Mill Conway. H Y
R II Milohell. K
r v tiaton, itu
I) K Fisher, Ohia
J II D.v'i, H Y
J I) Miller, Mo
M U Connor, Mo
C M Vernon, Mill
I. A Rhode.. Ark
M M rear. N Y
II H Baker, lad
F M Uildreth, Mo
J C Faote, Miss
R W Jioobi, Mini
11 M, Newoomb, Ky
v A Jones, Ky
A H Kaller, Ala
, W. II. BINGHAM MiHAOta.
Buropean plan.N Knlarfsd and refurnished,
Prleci aooorainj to ilia and loca
tion or rooms.
V V Harlan, Ark II T Binnott, Tenn
ten Mnore if. Miss Mn A MeEwan.Ark
Mill K MrKw.n.Ark Mini N McKwen, Ark
B-aj OlaUtUi 1UIM
H Nathaa.N Y
II 8oKi. M
U B Kimhle
B btanlev. Ark
M a MX I LXJ I v. uriroB
X (1 Oitrdner, Mill
C L Lewis, Ark
C A l).Hanssure,Tenn
CC1 Ster.ns Aw, Tex
Mill Stereni, T.x
Mrs Sleveni, Tex
T MoUwen. Ark
A J Bonwariman, Mo
1) Crait, Miss Mrs 8V Neol 42o,Tenn
W H T&nuipion.Tean R L Pybans, Mo
W A Dodson. Mo
D I) Anthony Aw, Mill
M M Tiiiha, Ark
J W Little. Ky
J F Neil, Ky
P A Campbell, Mill
W I) irety, Tenn '
J B Klden, Tenn
8 PBowdra. Tens
J Liiton, Ark
F Wall, Misi
J C Mulnahy, Mill
W A Dodson, Tenn
SO Busby, Tenn
V ' ueuarn, xenn
J J Ferguson, Misi
J M Hawken, Miss
J 0 Kendriek, Tann
T D Lucker, Tenn
M Graooy, lenn
J H Uonjpton, Mill
W N Heynoldi, Tenn
I) tiray, Mill
J W Thoinai, Tann
B Buby, Tenn
V m Wilion. Tenn
J 11 MoFerrin, Teaa
J Rhodes. Ark J L Coouwood. Ark
J Li loop
MralloraionA2o,TennW R Harvey Aw. Mill
i F Hmiley, Ark Mrs llenrtman, Ark
J W Odoin, Mm 1 W Jordan. Mill
K P Alston Al, Mill J B Illaokwell, lean
W n Marshall, II PB Bits, Mo
DaaTy'i Faroaraa Hlel.
Corner of Adami and Main ttraeti. Roomi.
Mo, 76o and II per day: A met ioan Plan,
U par day.
First olassRestnurant In the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 yean with Peabody Hotel),
B B Ward, La OK Fleece, Tann
W 0 Ch.mberlia, Mlif J P Qiilnn, Mill
0 J F Wharton, Tann W OJlrooki. lenn
W Uarrii, Tenn P P Hardy, Me
U Fouley, Tenn B P Peafield, Mo
0 A liavis, 'lenn R Chapman, Tenn
A U (laspary, Tenn C M Black, Tenn
MMCllne, Tenn E L Mosby, Mill
(I M Williams, H Y II R Alexander, Mill
TW Leonard, NY M J Pilohar, Mill
B J Swamon, Tens ti (I Manas, Ark
A Laaomarsino,Tena F W Leonard, N J
CJ F Wharton, Tenn Mn 0 Parker As, Mill
LTreidway, Ark 1 T Williams, Tenn
W 0 Vlokry, Mill M i Koisell.Tenn
T Doyle, Tenn AMFlinn, Tenn
8 1) Joner.Tenn 0 D I'orry, Tenn
R W llu.hev. T.nn J W l'.nn. T.nn
I w Allen, lenn
M T Allord. Tenn
J m Davis, Tenn
N Stewart, Tenn
J U Tilshmore, Tenn J C Dal ton, Tens
r ti hnox, Tenn J H Miller, Tenn
LBdould.Tenn T M Sparks, Tex
A 0 W ilder. Mo II T Andrew!, Ohio.
Mrs. J. II. Hlatkb, teasher of Ger
mau, Uayoeo Hotel.
P. M. Stani.it, funoral director and
einbalmer, 65 Madison street.
Mihh Carrib M. Keating, pianist,
may ha found at the Qayoeo Hotel.
Du. R. E. Bullinqton, surgeon
dentist, 357 Main. Telephone 70S.
Da. Tiiobnton has removed his of
flee to No. 2f2 Second street, coiner of
Drs MiTciiBLL & Maury have re
moved their oflices to their new sana
tariura building, No. Ill Court itreet.
Fob bronchial, afthmatic and pul
monary complaints Brown's Broncaial
Troches manifest remarkable curative
properties. Bold only in boxes.
Q. W, Milmb A Co., Paten JUbettos
Flre Proof Roofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. No. M
Ten Herbal Ohlll Oure, the best
tonioand antl-parlodio known. A oartain
and sura cor. for chills. Prloa II par bot
tlo. Bend itampi for elroulari. Any ref-
tranoa xixen. Addraii John 0. Kuoker.
Mies Upton is now at 402 8helby
street, southeist corner of McCall, op
posite the Uayoso Hotel, prepared to
make dressos in the latt-st styles. Good
work and reasonable prices.
All authorities agree that the milk
of a healthy mother is the best food
for an Infant. Next to this, and con
taining all the elements for perfect
nutrition, is Mellin's Food, which,
after a long teet, is highly indorsed by
promineut medical men.
Thb Peak Sisters will appear at the
Bethel Building, corner Adams street
and Charleston avenue. Friday even
ing, October 22d, at 8 o'clock, tor the
benefit of the Alabama Street Presby
terian Church. Admission, 25 cents;
children, 10 cents.
Thb "Exposition Universelle de Part
Culinaire" awarded the highest hon
ors to Angostura Bitters as the most
efllcacious stimulant to excite the ap
petite and to keep the digestive or
gans in good order. Ask for the gen
uine article, manufactured only by
Dr. J. U. B. Siegert A Sons, and be
ware of imitations.
t ine Hatch repairing at Harford'.
Adverting Mnaces for Kent.
on the fmice surrounding B. Ixtwen-
Stein A Urn. 'a nam hnll.lino Main on.t
JeftVraon streets, by llook A LaGrill.
Al i'v uucci. .
Free Tu S
How to Go From the Bluff
City to the Mound City
The Plan as Arranged by the
Misfit Clothing Parlors.
THE ROUTE-Either 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 ezenrsionists, but no
sleeping-coaches on the boat, or no
steamboat iar 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
When you buy a Suit or Overcoat
at the Misfit Clothing Parlors you
got really First-clous Cloth and
Firat-olasa Work. You really get
Double Value lor your money, so
that the difference between our
prices for fine tailor-mado clothing,
and what the tailor will charge you'
would pay for a trip to St. Louis.
Hundreds of Fine Suits. '
Tempting Array oi Spring Over
Big Stock of Fine Pants,'
all selling for loss than the cloth in
Make no mistake, as Misfits will
save you many dollars.
Open evenings until 9 ; Saturdays
until 11. " ' " '
Remember, all alterations to, in
sure a- Perfeot Fit, DONE' FREE
OF CHARGE, by a Frst-class
262 Second Street,'
Upp. Court Sqnare. Memphis. Tenn.
Ta DlMolveC'opartnerahip. -
sr Our entire stock has to be mid by Jan
uarj 1, 1H87, to Dissolve Copartnership
our oompany ratirini,
arWa odor our immense itoik Itegnrd-
Good Kelt Hati Wo
Fine Felt Hats, New Shape , worth tl. 25, 7So
(lenuine I'.aver Hats 75o
Job liotr.t lints, worth from 11 to M 25o
Beautiful Hoses, all Colon 3 for 10s
Ostrich Pompons Mo
Children'! Trimmed lists, worth ti, (or tl U0
Boyi'i Cloth, Velvet and Pluh Cain,
worth tl 50o
Ladies' Trimmed tlati, worth tl 12 U0
Long flumes from fiOo np
Ostrich Tips, 3 in Bunoh, from 60a np
Bitdi, Winai, Fancy Feathers. Feather
Bands, etc, at ttlillriilonaly Low lilce
"Don't Lose Your Chance. Remember
Irom thil day to January 1, 1887.
aarBrldnl aad Honratns; Oalflla.
ewThe fineit assortment oi DOLLS in the
urllati Reshaped, Featheri Cleaned, Dyed
aarttolden Hair Wash by the Small or Large
Dktiithixt of Tni Intiob, I
Wahinton, October 15, 1WK. J
S HALED PROPOSALS will be received at
thii Department until l'i o'olo.k m. No
vember 16, 1H', lor Inrnishing the material
and labor required in oompletiog the eulvert
and other work in the improvement ot the
Hot Spring! Reservation, at Hot Sprinin,
Arkansai. Blank form! of proposal, ipeci
floationi, etc., will be furnished upon appli
cation to thii Department, or to "Buperia
tendent of Hot Hurla.i Reservation, Hot
Spring!, Arkaniai. '
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationery,
81S MtOam HUt Memphla, Tenn
Plantation of A. Lfa & Co. on Island 34
for division o an estate. It contains abonl
ar00 acrai of rich bottom land ; about 3sll
aorai in eultlvatinn t leveral hundred acrei
above any overflow. Can be made om
of the finest stock tarms, completely lur
rounded by water, whioh nreventi the es
cape of itook. Also, about 150 Head ol Cattle,
-hinh .n la fin. ncnditinn. inoludin. love-
ral Short-horn Durham Halls, Cowt and
A. LKA A CO . Fulton, Tenn.,
or W. A.tlAUK ACO.,
No. SiO Front street. Memphis. Tenn .
Annual Meeting; of Stockholders.
Orrira or Miuphir ikd Chrlktoh1
RiiLaoiO Co., 10 Wai.i, Strikt, V
N. V nrlr. (,.!, .!ir A. 1HHA. )
NOTIOK l hereby given that the auuiihI
Meellag of the Stockholders nl the
Memptl. aid Cnnrlralon Mallr. ad
t'empaay will beheld at the office of the
company, at iiutisaviiB, oi,
Thurwilay, Ibe 1IIU day ! Moveua,
The translor booki of the company will re
main closed from October Ulh to November
11th, both inclusive.
I, . M. 6CIIWAN. Secretary.
The agent! of Ihe srvcrnl station! will fur
nish stockholder! with free ticket! to and
from the meeting.
II. C. WILTON, Treaiurer.
OCTOBER 21, 1886.
JAMES C BOX, President,
nil r ni n 1 1 1
Noii. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
uIANuTACTDBERS AIID JOBBERS
SADDrmY II, X&DWAI.IS ATI
ttST SPECIAL PRICES ta Railroad am. leree Coatractors for Wagon,
JANES St. eOODBAB.
BOOTS & SHOES
Wo. 91 MAI.V
ava-Our Fall and Winter Stook of BOOTS AH
ii now complete, and we Invite toe Mercdant!
nouie nere, and perbapimore tnan any bouse south ot the Ohio
the trade. Wa .till narrv a lam line of 4JUMTOM-M ADK I
Dittmun Ik Cn ' !.li.,' t'lj IJn.l anA (lull.
anv hon... 4iv. n. . call.
Buy Onjy Hie Best
IT SAVES" MONEY
Premei-TCM Peace in tlie
IV ILL 8KLL I0U
AT ! 7S. Toulhs' fJnttnn Bhoca
that rannot be bonaht rlae
where for lea tbaa tit.35, ilaei
11 to a.
AT 91.25, Cblld'w Sprlaa; Heel
and Heeled Sutton Hboea, tbat
CHnnol be anbatltated for lens
than 81.60. alaea i to 7 1-11.
AT 91.00, Child's ftprlna; Heeler
Hielcd Baltoa Hhoea that are
fully north $, aiaee 8 to 10 1 a,
AT 1 75, Hlaaca' Reboot bboea,
Heeled or Sprlnaj Heel, that are
a bargain at H3.60, ilzrall toS
Our Ladies' 9 Button Kid Shoei are
tb wonder of everybody.
For Sit we offer you a special bargain
thii week in Ladies' Kid Dress Button
hhoei, French Heel, thatii well worth
Our Men's M Button Ball and Con
gress Oaitera sjra made of best tannery
oalf, seamless vamp, solid sole leather.
Kangaroo leather tops they are 26 per
oent. butter than any othen at that
aa-For every .blag that la ele
gant and aiyllah, for the cream of
FINE FOOT WEAK,
Call and Examine the Immense Stock of
ZELLNEl? fc CO.
300 Main St.
Deviled Crane, Shrimp, .-
Salmon, Freah Van Mackerel,
Brook Troot, Oystera,
Mackerel In Tomato Catanp,
Sweet StnlTed Pick lea.
Soar Pick lee by the gal. and In Jan,
Pickled Onlone, Hot Rcllah,
Wooater Snnce, Tomato Vatanp,
Capera, Haatard, Carry Powder,
Salad Dreaalng, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheeae, Celery Sauce,
Celery Salt, tie., Ele.
J. F. BTTCKHAM & CO
Imnortar and Daalar la
Sana, Flaking- Tackle and Sport,
men's Supplies, war Special attention
given to MANCIACTUR1N9 and BB
413 Wain SUWanrohla. Team
SHEA k MCCARTHY, Propr8,
14C. Ita, 114 Front, Memphis.
OK OF T 315 LAR8KHT EOILHH SUO?t
ia the Soath. and the only eompleM
Ecller and Sheet-Iron Work! In theelty.
Baaahietarvira of IieaTy plte Iroa
work ot every deanrlptlon. Kpo9ai
attawtloa tlvss owleat.tlon work-
IMPORTER AND DEALER IK
i-Mm . . a 1 1
Bono, Ammunition, Fishtne TackJe
and Nitortamena' Minpllog.
WU0LK8ALR AND RETAIL.
994 Mala Street, Mempble, Tenai
Manufootnrlng and Repairing ol Wuni a
Bpeotalty. Largest Stock. Best assortment.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Tmporters and dealari In Bnm. Aminu
nltlen and rinhlnic Tewkl", Halldere
uamim.u . .i. hmii. uid Aa
nnnclaiora lor Hotel! and Kesidencei.8
Main alret, Hemphla, Teaa. Electric
uppliei alwayi oa haad. Repairing neaUy
i " jav ii x iir i
WJIC. 1.. tXAatK. E. J. CAKKINuron.
NIIOES-the largest In thii market, and
visiting Memrnii to call and ezamine.tne iame. in. 7," .-".,
ihii to call and examine the iame. The fact that we loll more tnan any otnar
lio rivor. 1 luffioient evidenoe that our goorfi and prlcei are latlilaotory U
K GOODM.incluJing the oelebrated Heo. Hooker Call lloota, Krli.pendorf,
ge variety of other utakei. Our Kaitern maHe o'lj oannnt bj '!"''
h.iU. - l.rv.
lECHANICS SAVING I.
NO. 7 MATilSOHr STREET.
PAID TP CAPITAL, : t
OPEN SATCRDATS CM
M. H. KATZENBEROKR, rrrant.
NAP0LK0N IIILL, JOHN A. DENIE,
W. H. CARROLL. J. W. HCBOKR,
To tie Ma
Hare attained, hai Induced nnprlncipled mannfantarer to plaoe on the market a bail
Imitation. We hereby caution the public that all Oenuine Oitarroi will bear A KED Uaal
on each box, and our Factory Nnmber, aoo, 3d Dixlrirt, N. Y.
Ihe only all long Havana filler cigar on the market for S centi.
0230. F. IjIBS ea oo.,
Factory 200, 3d District, IS. T.
FOR SALE BY-S. A. Franiioll, P. Carlin, H. J. Heliter, R. Mtieter, B. Q. Campbell k Ce.
MOON & JOYKER, Wholesale Agents,
TIIE STANDARD OF THE WOBtD."
FAEL0B AND CHAPEL STYLES, $25.00 AND UP WARS
aarTlRMS Cuh, ar eaiy Monthly IniUIlmenU. Write for DlmtraUd CataJaaa.-J
O. K.- HOTJCKL cS? OO.
SOLE AGENTS FOB THE SOUTHWEST,
SJo, SOB XVXavlzi (St., XaXem.i3l3.laa. Tenn,
W, m Patea Street, Haahville. llOO Olive Street, St. aauag
E. WITZMAETMi Co.
Wholesale Dealers and Fablisliers,
Sola Agenti for the following First-Clam Instrument! t
PIANOS... Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
OBGAWS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
a-A NEW 7-0CTAVK PIANO FOR I.-
Write for CUtnloene.. 3fo. 221 and 22.' Nccond Street, Memphis.
L. D. MULL1N3, ol late J. R. Oodwln A Co. JAB. 70NQE, late of J. W. Caldwell A tie
MULLENS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors & Com mission ierchants
No-1 Howard's Row. Cor. Front and Tnion, Memprii.
JUST RECEIVING AND IK STORE,
1,000 lings TWew Crop (Season 1880), Bio Coflee.
8,000 kegs Iron and Nteel Slalls-best brands.
1,000 barrels IteUned SiiKar-all grades.
100 barrels New Crop (reason 1880), Klee.
1,50 pkKS. L,eal and ltcflned Lard.
150 tierces CauTassed Hants.
100 boxes Itrenkfusi Bacon.
1,000 bas Hhoi, Powder and Caps.
1 OOO boxes Canned Woods, Sardines, Oysters, Etc
1,000 bxs. pore New Cream Cheese Silver fflaou Ilrand.
1,000 bags hand-picked Virginia and Tennessee Feannt.
Mnnnractnrers of the celebrated brands of SI1
TEB MOON and MLMflll Pure Stick Candy, and Baking
Powder. . " '
Importers of Foreign Fruits, Lemons, Oranges,
Itaisins, Nuts, Ktc. i
Nos. 284 and 28G Main Street. : MemphiSe Tenn.
t. N. EST IS. B. 8. SPICE R. W. B. POAJ.
E2l laaaTwaliSaS5ai3lS5 CjJr' CaCaD
(SOCCEASOBS TO ESTES, DOAW at CO.i
Vlolesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Teea.
Boots and. Slioes
261 MAIKT ST.
dium, durable and stylish goods, which we offer at low Bgurei.
TO THE TRADE we offer ipeclal Inducement!. Carrjlng em( of our goodi i In
SOLID 817.ES, we are rrenared to fill order! lor reolaI 11111 at NO tXTRA COsI, thu
enabling MerohanU to 111 In without being compelled to bny goodi not needed.
Aaenia.for the clebrat.ct W. I. noaalaa tS Mrn'a CaU 8hoa aad 13
Boya' Sltoca la all atTla.'
-ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE AND PRICK LIST MAILED FREI'-a
JfEYEK, r9c'j and rreaa.
R Y CO.
Scraper and Cart Hai-iegg.
r. . JOHM.
ona of the larg.it o ba fpnnd It any market
: : t t t 1(HM0
II a, t OtXOCK P.M.
I. KATZEMIERREU, Ciwhler.
X. F. TOBIN,
J. n. bircoi:,