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. ett:Ua.m. New Orleass rut mail,
etaily, arriTes i t 8:10 a.m.t Vieksburg e
preea, daily, arrlTee at 6:43 p.m.
Mtm laartna-l Tcnneeeea. Tralnt
aere u tellowe: Hew Orleans nail arrirai
tally at 9:2 a.m. i leerea daily at 5:01) p.m.
Itwwrt Imianl MlNelaslppI Tal-ey,--Tralnl
more m followe: fait 'Ine
lean at 10K a.m. t M. Looli feat Una
aval at 6:30 p.B. I Fait Hd arriree at 1:80
,. ; St. Loail fait lint arrive at 8:06 a.m.
aLaulsvIlla and "awtavllle Trelna
rrtre a followit Fart mail arrirai dally at
:15 a.m. laaTM at 10:10 p.m. mall leave
daily at 10:10 a.m.) an im at 4:00 n.m,
Jrownsville eeoommodetioni leave dally
eioept Sunday, at firfJO p.m. arrive dally,
ejoeptSonaar. at 1:60 a.m. (itandard time).
Half Beats (lianeas City, Sprtutr
Meld and Memphis! Trains leave M. and
t. dapot a fol:owe: Ho. 4, Kansas City ei
freea, l.aras at 10:46 a.m.) No. 3. Kaniai
City eapreae, arrirai at 80 p.m. No. 2,
lease City mail, laarai at6:00 p.m. I No.ll,
Eansae City mail, arriree at 8:45 a.m. No.
STst. Loail and Chicago expreae, laarai at
tOO p.m.t Ne. 1. Bt. Loail and Chieaaoax
scees, arrirai at 1:45 a.a. la efleet Sunday,
April 18. lft.
Meaaphle Bad Charleston Tralni
sera a follows: Through express laarai
dally at 19:40 p.m. Hail and express laarai
dally at 10:00a m. Bamarrilla aooommoda
tim iearai daily, aiotpt Bandar, at 5:30
... ThMitk axnreaa arrirai daily at 5:tB
a. m. Mail aad oipresa arrirai dally at 1C:W
5 at. Somerrllle eoeommoaattoa arrive
aiir. axoapt Staday, at 8:30 a.m.
aUa Blrualaahan aadjetlaa.
l.-llolly Sprlnri Hoata Tratni mora ai
lulovst Ho. 1 laarai Mamphii dally at 8:46
anlniil tlollr Hurinaa at 5:51 D.m.t
klo. 8 laarai Holly Springe daily at :00
a.a., arrirai at Memphis at 10:10 a.m. I No.
laarai Memphis daily at 7:16 p.m., arrirai
at Holly Sprier at 11:45 p.m.i No. 6 laarai
Silly Springs daily at lift a.m., arrirai at
Meaaphle aad Little Moefc. Train i
an re ai followi (aantral itandard tlma);
So. 1 laarai dally at 4:30' p.m, i arrirai at
tffip.m. Bo. S laarai at 5 :65 a.m.! arrirai
at 8 iW a.m. No. 5 (frolahl) laarai UopolUld
daily (exeept Ssaday) at 8:00. a.m. arrirai
at 7:10 a.m
I ad (cations.
For Alabama, Miuiuippi and louen
una; Fairvunlher; toulherly Mines, &;
mming latterly ; cooltr in IM ntrtfiern
portion; nearly ttatitmary temperature in
Ihe toutkern portion.
Ftr Arkmmm: Generally fair weath
er; variable ttindt; cooler,
Ftr Temnetm and Kentucky Local
Taint; ttulherly windt, becoming norther
ly; collier. '
" lme. Bar, j Ttiar. Wind. W'tti'r
,7:00 a.m.WOtf Efl.O N. Fair.
1:00 p.aa. 1W.013 810 8.W. Olaar.
10 KM p.m lso.023 7t0 B W. Ol'rly.
Minimara temperature, 65.0.
Grose, 11 a.m., 1.
la lha t'attaa Brlaa.
BiNiL Skitici, U. 8. Amy,
Ootobei 23,1886 -0 p.m.
Division of BleKrami and reports for
the bena't of commerce and agricul
ture. Gotten region bulletin (or the
twenty-four hours ending October 23d,
at o o'oioek p m.
5 hS a ho r
TOtt. . I? I 9 g 6
Marnphla 81 " 65 .00
KaabTill 80 40 .00
OramdJanaUen... 62 63 ,00
OoriaLh- 82 W .00
fvaanmbia 83 63 .00
Decatur 82 42 .00
Beottabere 80 41 .00
Hentaado 81 63 ' .00
BaamTilla 77 63. ..00
Grenada 80, 6L' ; 1.00
CoTington 82 60 .00
Praiaburg 82 4(1 .00
AjtiDRtorj 80 40 .00
ErowaaTlll 81 40 .00
Miles.. 81 48 .00
Parii 80 , ,0f '
BoliTar... 82 60
Holly Bprinta H. 81 68 .00
(Word . 83 61 .00
a tea ... 1641 1 902 .00
Maana ,.... 81 60 .00
ift iff I
VTilmlngton 74 41 .00
Charleston 77 47 .00
Augusta 77 47 .Oil
Bavannah 81 67 .00
Atlanta 78 47 .0)
Montgomery 82 66 .09
Mobile 85 63 .00
NewOrleane 81 66 .00
Galveston 83 61 .00
Vlcksburg 83 68 .
Little Rock 80 r8
Memphis 81 60 .00
Bums 0fi3 613 .
Means 80 64 .00
The Yonag Msa's Hebrew Asso
ciation will hold ttie'r regular meeting
this alternooa at i o clock stiarp.
The Tobnvgan will be running
gain this altei noon and eveuivg ti
accommodate all who love to eujoy
Co!. John F. House, owing to
other engagements, will not be able to
addrees the people oi Hhelby on Kon.
day n'ght neztas annouccea.
The Chicka aw Guards will have
an inlormal opening of their new
quarters next Friday evening. The
company will commence drilling Tool'
In another column will be found
a nsi onus nors.'s now on the race
track. An exjrtws train with fifty
norses leu iimnijn yesieiuay morn
ing tor this cily.
Tim Hal fir. a white man. waa ,.
rested veslrrlry afternoon, charged
with larceny. It appears that he tirat
sola a vamaoie d ig to citixen and
then stole him Lack.
. The gant'emen having charge of
the litis of membersnip of Ptielan
clubs are rpqnt s eJ by the president
of the Central Clu' t ) return the same
Tuesday morning, OjloW 20th.
The victory of St. Louie over Chi
cago for the baseball championship of
the world caused general satisfaction
here. Tha Browns had fire friend
here where the Ouicgos had one.
The attention tf Peon orrats is
particularly directed to the address of
the Democrttlc tUte Commi'teo,
printed on the fifth page. It Is a ring
ing appeal f r continuance in duty
until the battle is fought aad won.
The Ronth Memphis Circle of th
C. L. 8. C. menu Tuesday night at 8
o'clock in the leciUM r jutn of t ie Sec
ond Fresb)t"r'a:j Cunrch, corner of
Main and D 'le str jet, I ir raorgan
iution and ec'ion tf bflicers. All
interested sre invited.
rastor Lamar will crUhrate this
mornirg hs furh aniirere'oy rs
pastor of the Crniral Dapliat Church.
Tbe fowing are the tndarTM
11 Inr a dtnnt alia: Nntlli bonr.d-
BTy, Cawona ar- aut bnondirr.
Tennfesee aupet, ,onth bjundirr,
Georgia street, i wegt btunriary.
lientucitf tiect-0KetDer about
eigni sciea. ..
-"Oulda'a ' UtfSt, A Umm Fariu:
T ovaae fa Ihe Cane br Cark t.,. ii .
fhit Man'$ Wife, by tienrge Fei-, -nl
Harper' Magazine for November,
a few attractions Mansford has to trer
the raiding; public this mirnirg; t
if you want anrlhlrg in the Dook di
pajrtment yon surely can find it at bid
place oi bus nesi, no. zu jaain street.
Upen until 1 o clock todsy.
The following mirriiga licenses
were issued yesterday: Ames Jackeon
and Mrs. Lucy M( Galium, ChxrUs
Mavfrj and Miss Willie O.ie, Henry
Wiiirht and Miss Urorgie Counini,
barla Fenell and Mist Annie Ran-
die, W. M. Dupratt and Mis Thcodc
cia A. Williams, W. T. Yarbro and
liifsMa'tieT. Dunbar, W. McBride
and Mis? Annie McOhee, Frank How
ard and Mios Cora May.
RAtn.t for crsr.y qailt, on exhibition
at Oem Saloon, No. 295 Second street.
Db. A. V. B. Lmdsliy, of Kasbvllle,
was in the city yesterday en route to
Mrs. RcTLiND. of Athens. Ala., is
yisiiinz her sister, Mrs. Dr.Sawyers, at
Ke. 420 Miasitsippi avenue.
W. A. Casey, firmerly with Otten-
heliner k Behwarla, ia now wiih R. 11.
W. Gjdwin, No. 3V3 Main street.
Mrs. II. W. BABTaoiiOMKW, one of
Dentiir. III., is vii'ina hnr relativs.
the family of Mr. J. M. Goodbr, No.
312 Vance street
B. R. Batin, of 8k. Louis, supnrin-
trndent of the Baltimore and Ohio
Telegraph Company, is In the city,
and will remain for a dty or so.
Paci. T. Volknes, general stove
repairer. Stoves ut up, polished snd
repaired. Fiompt attention paid to
postal carda. Addresi corner Ala
bama and Hecood streets.
Carr. SroiiBs, with his popular
ahow, in which there are 130 men and
a largs number oi ammais, wui ap
pear at Jackson, Tnn , November 1st,
and will visit Memphis soon afterward.
J. D. Bhankb, who has been con
nected with the china and queenawara
trade for the last thirty year?, bas
taken charge of the retail department
of Floyd & Co. lie will be glad to tee
bis old friends.
At the funeral of the late Mrs.
Viikers, which takes plies todsy, the
pall bearers will be B. F. Haller, lapt.
Ad Storm, J. J. Duffy, Robert Gallo
way, J. O. McUlintock, Henry J. Lynn,
. A. Keeling and A. F. Davis.
Attention la called (o the adver
tisement, in another column, of the
sraod auction sals to be ma'le Wednes
day. November 17th, of Ho'stein cat-
i e, imponea greet irom uunauu uj
Adamson & Ronaldaon, importers.
Thi Dancing Academy of Mrs. Flor
ence Finley Moore was reopened yes
terday afternoon at the J. M. Het hall
with great eclat, most of the pupils of
list season being there to renew their
connection with the school, and many
new recruits bsing added to the rolls,
As this academy is patroniasd only by
the elite of Memphis tocittty, parent
desirous of famishing their children
with instructions in danolng are not
only arsured of skillful teaching bat
of refined companionship.
Tna Memoin of Gsn. R. E. Lee,
now beinir ranvaned for in this city,
will daub less prove to be the mot
.iiihantuiliiatorv that has reached the
reading public in the la it quarter of a
cantury. This work wta commences
tv Gen. Le during his lifetime and
t his death left unfinished. At thia
point it waa taken by Gen. Long, ms
military secretary, and with the aaiist
ance of Gen. Lee's family will bs as
nrar an antobioBranbv as any it would
banosiible to obtain from anoihr
hand than that of Gen. Lee himself,
Tha oflkUl renorts contained in this
work are supplemented Dy tne paoip
citinn far the fir. t time of the confi
dentlal letters snd dispa ches to f resi
dent l)via and the Bacretary of War.
taken Irom the private letter book of
Gen. Lee and Irom tntcai papers nere
tofore inaccereib'e and unpublished,
furnished through the courtesy oi tne
authorities in charge of the govern
ment records st Washing on. A por
tion of the procseda of this work will
he donsted to the Confederate BjI
diets' Home at Richmond, Va., aod
this fact alone ought to be sutiicient
to secure large subscription list. R
sgent, 19 West Court
N. Mavbb IIatibon was elected
member of the Cotton Excbaogs yee-
'Stbict ordinary" Is a new type of
cotton officially introduced in New
Last week's total sales of 20,100
bales waa the largest on record in
Thi Fanolian of this week says: We
are not a practical farmer, vet we are
of the OLlolon that itioie oi our laruv
era who are sailing oil their eotton
seed to be shipped to Memphis or
some other place to oilmllls are doing
themselves more barm than good
We have been told by men who have
made Ihe experiment that cotton seed
makes one of our best fertilisers, and
that the increased productions of the
soil cauaed by pliclng thereon a lib
eral supply of cotton seed will
make more money for the
man who gives the seed to the
toil, than the man who sells to the oil
mills or cotlon seed buyers. Every
day during the week wa see load after
load of seed brought here snd sold, to
be shipped sway. No wonder we
luar complaints of poor lands, when
all la taken from the land that can be
and nothing givi-n cr left to bring back
that w hich la tnken away. Land wou
last always unless you feitilise iU
rise Y'ateb repairing at Malfera's.
A I,osm to Ilteratore.
Caily'e's death was hastened by
uyepepaia. ins autnor oi .Sarlor Jie
kiiIui en lie red daily tortures frjm ia
digest on. As Is well known, be em-
tittered not ouly hisovn life, bat that
oi all who were around bim by his per
petual ill temper. All this might have
nten avoided ii lie bad lived lu Amer
loa inFtead ol bcoilanu. For 5 cents
he could have purchased en on ah Ko
ivuiuu io nave secured imuiui uy
from indigeftion for a day, and for
$1 60 hia iif won'd have been a ron
s ant j y till the Tulu gave out. Hw
Brtd II at gergrnpliicul reasons pre
vented this gieat mai from eeruiing
sopluatinit a remedy and so sure a
pievenut ve. Try It.
Order "MuliwrU JUade HrdalK,
B. L0TTESSTE1X t BROS, j
The mirror of fashion reslecti no
more beautiful and becoming cos
tumes for ladies, mimes and chil
dren than is contained In our Suit
Department. We males mention
aad give a description of iome of
onr special bargains for this week.
Ladies' Costumes of Black all
Bilk Rhadamts, front of skirt laid
n diagonal plaits, bouffant drapery
i back, ba:qne edged around with
r"ary bead trimmings; psnelson
eai gide of skirt, edged with ros
ary eads. Anywhere in the city
oatsie of oar house you would
bavetpy$40 for this garment,
and thi it cheap at that. You
will bs Mrprieed when yon see
this costuLe and learn that onr
price is od1$2!?.
Another vy attractive garment
ia a Ladies' Tor Made Bult of all
wool Cheviot, ia brawn or navy
blue, basque anb skirt finished
with tailor braid an' buttons, very
stylish and exceedingy well made.
This costume wa Gilait $20; it is
unquestionably worth uch mors;
you will say co when yo see it
Here is a garment that will in
terest you. Ladies' Suit of best
English Cashmere, wide Win pan
el on each aids of skirt, nit shawl
drapery back and front, satii collar
and cuffs; beautiful ccBtama, and
what makes It s'.ill more appreci
ated is the piles, $151 Think of t.
By the way, we have an immenta
slock of Dress Goods. Counters,
shelves, and shelve tops sre groan
ing under the weight of the hand
somest fabrics ever displayed in the
city. The wool market h?a ad
vanced, making manufactured ar
ticles higher in price, but thisdoes
not affect our present stock in the
least; as usual, we bought in lime
and can therefore sell very fine
all wool French Bhooda Cloth,
38 Inches wide, in any ahade and
quantity, for 37)3 per yard real
We will sell you a heavy Twilled
Flannel Suiting, SB Inches wide, In
gray, brown, navy blue and myrtle
gresn, at 50s per yard ; others ask
05e for the same goods, but, as
usual, our prices are always the
Have you seen onr assortment
of Cheviot Checks and Mixtures?
Well, they are very handsome,
very desirable fabrics, full 44 inchea
wide and every thread w.ol, aod
if bought at present market rates
could not bs sold for lesi than $1.
But we have them and they must
go, to call and see them ; price only
65c per yard.
8upenders for gentlemen, nice,
substantial goods, only 25o per
pair; never so cheap. Also a beau
tiful line of , men's Neakwear, best
selectien in the city.
Marine andWool Tjnderwear for la
dies, Merino and Wool Under ear
for gentlemen, Merino and Wool
Underwear for children. Now ia
the time to buy these goods, for
the reason that our stock is com
plete and prices lower than they
will be a month bence.
Nothing is so essential in a la
dy's toilet as a well fitting glove,
and after careful study we are able
not only to supply a glove for dura
bility, but also perfection of fit.
We call attention to the
B. L. & Bras'. Foster Kid Gloves,
Manufactured expressly for us by
Foster, Paul & Co.; our own direct
These are the very best Kid
Gloves known to the trade. They
have the improved Hook fastenings,
which prevents catching in sleeve
B. L. k Bros. Fester Kid tilove
Are msde of the very best French
Kid, ar.d are supsrior in finish to
any glove made. The skins aied in
the mnnnfactare of this celebrated
glove are of the very finest grades,
free from any imperfection.
We always keep a complete line
of the B. L. A Bros'. Foster Kid
Glove, 5, 7 and 10 hooks, ia all
the newest evening and street
shades, also black. Every pair war
ranted. Nona gonuine unless
stamped on inside in facsimile of
tut above. If yon want comfort,
durability and perfection in fit, aek
B. L. ft Bros. Foster Eld Glove.
USE NO OTHER.
II. LOWEX8TEIX A nilOS.
APPEAL S3 ND AY,
RELIGIOUS 8ERT1CI3, :f
Will Ka HOS Tartar at fa Trfaas
Caarcbea at laa Bran Haaaa.
BuOui. J of pal tons aad araUa tarrica at
Spiritual Bali.-258 BaMli ttreot. Maafc
InsatSp.m. Safarant rt Hetkodi Ckwnk.lktU.
Eameat at 11 a.m.
. Mnry'i OifWral. Ponlv itreat. Sar
vioc at T and 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
Mtmphit B'tkd. Pralia sarrlca at 7:30
p.m. Uood (iosars will ha im attandanea.
Walooua all. . ' ,
Straneen' tkwek. Union itraat. Tha Bar.
K. M. Loni, paator. Sarrieai at 11 a.m.
and 7:4 p.m.
uumW Uarclr. No. K4 Third ftraet. b
twaan Jefferion and CaurV Serrica at 11
a.m. and 7i30 p.m.
Central M'Aodiet, ,QkurA. TJnioo .(traet.
RerriMi at 11 a m. and TiSS p.m. K. 11.
Mahon, D.D., paator.
FvrH Mrthtrliet. Corner of Raeond and Pop
lar etrseta. Tha Rar. 8. A. ttal will preach
at 11 a in. ana i:m p.m. ... .
Cheltea Cumberland- Prtihitorim Ohurfn.
Corner M tourth and i.oonr atreau. oar
rioai at U.a.mj snti 7:if-p.ia. , .....
tArwitp arca-tforwsr of.liijidati and
Mnlharrt lreit.' ' 3. H.v UrinM, pastor.
Harricaiat wtvs a.m. ana t:30 n.m.
Urtt Rnrlut. Serrlrt at 11 a.m: and 7:30
p.m. liautuia ai Bisatkt-AUaeaU trea. All
ara invitad. Jlar. iL, A. ygnabla. paator.
Afnmi Pre&LvUrian Lnutc C.nrnmT Main
and Uaal itreata. - B'rririi at 11 a.m. and
7:30 p.m. by tbattar.W. It. Botgt, pastor.
tirel fWnlrwaMrafvaf vThu,d and
Poplar itraata. Prenoliint l tl a.m. nd7i.W
p.m. by tha Kv. Jiosaaa Daaiel.DU., paa
tor. ..... ,. .: ::,
. Pttrr't Romuuk CatkalU (Aurck. Flrnt
aw at 7 a m. s taoond man at V a.m. ; hick
uaniand Mrinon at 19:50 a.m,: rtapart at
Otoreia Street MHodlrt. The Rev. D. D,
Mnnra, putgr. : Prear.binf at U t.m.
7:30 p.m. Special ranval lervloca every
night this week.
Lauderdale Street Pretbyterian CkurcX.
Corner Lauderdale, and Heate (treat".
Preaohlns at 11 a.m. aad7:30 p.m.. Hav. 8.
C. Caldwell, paator.
Hernando Street Me&odiet Ckurck .Corner
Linden and Hernando at-eate. Pfeichioc at
II a.m, brtha paator and at-7:3i) lum. by
the Her. V. V. Harlnn, oi Arkasiai.
Central Baptitt. Second itreet, near Beale.
Preachin Bt 11 a-m.'. and . .7:30 p.m.-by
Rer. A.W. Lamar, pastor. All aeata f-aa.
Annireraary serrirea this mornins. Vap
tiiin atoloseofterrioa. .
Cumberland Preebyteriemi Court atreet.
SunHar School at V a.m. Serricet at 11 a m.
and 7:30 p.m. Tb.re will be a eonsrreia.
tloaal meetinf after the morning aerrioe-
I Rev. 11. A. Jone,.patof,..t. . .
Orora Ckureh Corner Vance a.d Laoder
Ule atreeta. The Rov. Oeo. Pattereon, D.
h , rector. Mornine; Service and sermon
atUa.ni.i erenins prayer and forvlceatS
p-n Early communion at 7 a.m.
Attrry Havel, A. if. B. Church. Desoto
treet, near Keale. Preaehine at 10:30 a.m.
by tbe Rev. 1)1. Porter. AtS pm the an
nual report will . read by J. W. Waahins
tua, aeeretarr. At a d, m. .valed'ctory dia
courae by the nator, Durdis. Mon
day erening, "Lore at.'r.'
Alabama Ntreet Prtetyterian, Church. Cor
ner el Alabama atreet and Jones avenue.
Bervloes at 11-aim. onndaoted .by Jurfte
Henry Craft and at 7:30 p in. by Frajier T.
Kdmondaon, Ks. Af'er the morning aer
rioe a very important ba Iness meeting will
be held. All membere and friends interest
ad are earnestly requested to be pretent.
Calvary Church. Corner of Second and
Adams atrecU. RavrVT, 0. 0. Thnmpaon
oAoiatlng. - Iloly oominunion at 7 a.m.
Uorning prayer, litany and sermon at 11
a m. hrenlag prayer and termoa at S p.m.
Thuraday (Feast of bta. Bimon and Jude)
morning prayer and leetura ai 11 o'clock.
Weda.adar and Friday eroninfs, prayer at
Mas. J. II. Blatib, teacher ef Ger
man, Gayoso Hotel, , .
P. M. STAirLarr, htrteral director and
embalmer, 56 Madison street. . ,
Dr. R. . Bulumgton, sar(eea
dentist, 357 Main. .Telephone 70S. . ... ,
Miss Oabbis H. Keatino, pianist,
may bs found at tha Gayoio Hotel. -
All BIS3B grates at Gabay's. ,'
Dr. Tbobhtok has rfmored hisof
fioe to TXo. 292 8c eond. street, torner ef
8. K. TbibbxY Ao.'b Mastodon
Diroe Show ia said to be the best cheap
price show on trie road.. . ' i
) OO. 8.' HfneoTi, .daatist, V4.
271) Ma n street. E. Bohrer aesintant
Call and get a new set of teeth for So.
Thi popular dragglst, S. 6. Btm
t. A t)nl.a ei.nnf maakAt
sells Samelson'j Chickasaw Guard
G. W. Miller & Co., Paten labeetoe
Fire Proof Roofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and aravel roofs. No. M
Thi ladies connected with the
Bethel Sewing School for women and
airls are urgently q nested to meet at
Bethel Building Monday, tbe'-.n in
s aot, at 10 o'clor k a.m. promptly. By
older. hbs. w. w. bcboolfibld.
Still Thky Comb Dr. M. Ney
8mitti vesterdar relieved Mr. Geo. Mc
Kinaip. of the Chester street icnhons
ol a tane worm alxtv feat long, in two
hours. Dr. Smith can be consulted
free. atNj. 72 Madison street, for a
few more days. 1
All authorities agree that the milk
of a healthy mother is the beat food
f ir an infant. Next to this, and con.
taining all the elements for perfect
nutrition, is Mellin's Food, which,
after a long test, is highly indorsed by
prominent medical men...
Entertainmbnt by the Youno-La
dies' Guild for the benefit ol Grace
Uhu'ch, at the residence of Dr. Fits-
hugh Finney, 3(S0 L'uderdfile streflt,
Thursdav.October 28th. at 8:30 o'clock
p m. Tickets, including refreshments,
60 cents. Munc by uroce s osna.
On next Fiiday evening, the 29th
instant, the Ladies' Society will
aWe an enttrtiinmont at the lee
ture room of the Central Baptist
Church, consisting of tableaux and
music. Mrs. Re P. Tbompeon will
avist in the tableaux, and the music
will bain cbarirs rf Mrs. Branham. as-
aifited br a nart of tha Mozart orches
tra. Mr. J. K. Branham's cornet, and
some of the bet Toices in Memphis.
Mb. Ebokoib. sr.. who was for ser
en teen (17) yaa superintendent of
the Sieinway Piano Factory, has at
tained the most enviable success with
pianoa made in hia own factory. Onr
papular piano dealer, H. G. Hollen
lre. has secured the agency. One of
these beautiful instruments now
ado ns the parlors in the handsome
residrince of Mr. R. C. Graves. These
pianos are pronounced by all judges to
be the beet in the land and f r su lerlor
to anvof the so called standard makes.
These, with the famous Conover Bro.'s
pianos, together with his la gs assort
ment of piHnos and organs in genersl,
1)1. ces the house of 11. G. Hollenbtrg
as the largest niano house in the
rJou'hweat. A large stock of all musi
cai insiraments oi every oesnnanou
alto, a stork of musi a and music
books of over 60 000 pieces enablea
the boue to fill ail orders witu accu
racy and d snatch. Prices are guaran
terd lower and terms eaaier than any
house in the South a eat. Call or write
for anything in the musical line.
liny Oysters, Game, Fish
And fresh meats at
39 and 41 Jefferson street.
At AccTinn Colhing, No. 417
Main a rt.et, day and n'gut.
aionogrieiu litiugleaj Mnlford
OCTOBER 24, 1886.
JAMES C BEXI President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Woi. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS. TEXN.
LIAIJUPACTDRERS MID JOBBERS
SPECIAL PRICES tc Railroad
JAMES Bf . SOODBAB,
No. 319 MAIN
aa-Onr Fait and Winter Stock of BOOTH A
ia now complete, and we inrite tha Merchant!
1 1 J 1 .1 1
ooaie oera, un peruap. mora laao any auoav
tba traae. still earrr a large line or a;ejs.s-aaaiB. wyi". io mini
Dittman A Co.'a Ladies' Kid, Goat and Calf, beaides a large rariety of other makes. Our
any hoqe. Hire ea a rail.
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 excursionists, but no
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
Whet) you bny a Suit Qr)vercoat,
at the Misfit Clothing Parlors you
get really First-olass Cloth and
First-class Work. You really get
Double Value for 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 ot Fine Suits.
Tempting Array ot Spring Over
Big Stock or Fine rants,
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-
n . TvAtrn nnTin
sure a reriect fit, uuiva titn,
OF CHARGE, by a Frst-olass
262 Second Street,
Opp. Part Sqnare. Mamphfa. Tenn,
Advertising Spaces for Bent.
on the fence surrounding B. Lowen
ctein Sl Bro.'s new building, Main and
Jefferson streets, by noon i.auriu
Apply at once.
aiftiiti Nilvrmre at MnlPord'B
Bor heating stoves at Gabay's.
Wnifnrd. Jeweler. 2V4 Bain, so
licits ordera from the country.
At Adotion Clothing, No. 417
Main street, dty and night.
Nmw Oklbams. La.. Octobor 23.
Nlohi Arrived and departed: Port
Eadsand bargee, Bt. Louis.
PiTraBuiKi. Pa.. October 23. Night
-.River 5 feet 7 inches on the gauge
and fallinB alowly. Weather elear and
Cikcuikati, 0.,October 23. -Night-River
3 feet 9 inchea on the gauge
anri about atatlonary. Weather clear
EvAHSViixi, Ikd., October 23.
Nlirht River 4 feet 6 inches on the
gauge rid falling. Weather pleasant,
with indications pointing to rain.
Looisviixb,Kv., October 23. Night
Kir stationary, wim a leei i iuuu
, ... ..na and 11 inches on tha falls.
1 u iuo v" . , ,
Hnumww oood. Weather clear and
Oaibo. III.. October 23. Night
Rivet 4 fo1 8 inches on the gauge ana
i..nt W Anther oloudv and mild.
Jav Gould and barges, SU
Louis, 6 p.m. No departures,
Free To SI. Lai
ant. Leree Coatractors for Wagon,
WH. I.. C1.AKK
E. J. tlARBIMBTO".
rialt ng Memphis 1
.u -"!.- nLt.
iubi n oi '.""""r-'V
NO. 7 MADISON 8TB1.
IAin UI CAPITAL.
Interest Ia-ica on X3rosit. .
OPEN SATURDAYS UM11X 7 O'Cl.sM'la. P.M.
M. H. K ATZ EJiBERGEB, PresTdenu' T. 1ATZE5BERGER, Cashier.
BOARD OP DIBECTOBS.
JUST RECEIVING AND I If STORE,
1,000 bag New Crop (Season 188ft), IUo Coflee.
3,000 kegs Iron and Nteel Nailsbest brauds.
1,000 barrels Keflned Sucar-all grades.
100 barrels New Crop (reason 1886), lilce.
1,500 pkgs. Leal and Keflned Lard.
ISO tierces ;anvassed Hams.
100 boxes Breakfast Bacon. ,
1,000 bag" Shot, Powder and Cans,
la OOO boxes Canned Uoods, Nardlnes, Oysters, Etc.
1,000 bxs. pnre New Cream Cheese Nliver nssii Brand.
1,000 buK haad-pleked Ylrglnlaand Tennessee Peaunts.
HonnfiiWn nf tl, a pplphrflled brands of SIL
VER MOON and JHEMPUl Pnre Stick Candy, and Baking
Importers of Foreign Frnlts, Lemons, Oranges,
Balslns, Nats, Etc.
Nos. 284 and 286 Main Street, : Memphis, Term.
SHEA tl MCCARTHY, Propr's,
HC, 112, 144 Front, Memphis.
ONI Of TBI LABS 1ST BOILIB BB0P6
la tha Soatb. and tha only eomplat
kataalaoaarcra of heavr plaSe iroa.
Uar aaa Obaeviron nrorsa in us om.
work or vei7 aeaeripnoa.
attontlnn nUwia'.lon work
IMPORTKa AND DIALXH IB
gang, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle
ana pporisraena- nuppnes.
W HOLKSALB AND RETAIL.
934 Main . Stempbla, Irani
Uannfaetnrtvi and Rapalrirtol Anns a
Bpaolalty. Largest Stock. E8tasortmnt.
Buy Only the Best
IT SATES MONET
Preserves Peace in the
zellnSr & CO
WILL SELL I0U
AT 11.78. Toulha Bolton StaoCN
that cannot ae boncht elc
where for leaa than Ba.28, alaea
II o 9.
AT 1.30, Cblld a Sprlaa; Heel
and Heeled Button Sboea, tbat
cannot be anbatltntd for leaa
tbaa tl.eo. slsaa 4 to 7 1-8.
AT tl.SO, Cblld'a Sprlaa; Heel at
Hrelcd Bntton Sboea tbat are
. folly worth , alaea 8 to ! 1 8.
AT 91 75. Miaaea' School Shoes,
Heeled or Spring Ilerl, tbat are
a bargain at a.80, alsesll to9.
Oar Ladles' Button Kid Shoal ara
th wonder of erarybodr.
For wa off.r joa a spaoial banaln
this weak in Ladlea' Kid Crasa Button
Hhoas, French Ileal, that u wall worth
Our Men's M Button Bals and Con
grass Gaiters ara made of baft Unnery
call, soaniio" VL ,vr. 1
Kanaaroo laathar Up tbty ara 25 par
, . i i L . a ana a! haaa ar I hat.
cent, oatwr tu
gaat and elHa", for the cream of
FINE FOOT WEAK,
Call and Examine tha Immense Stock of
ZELLNER & CO.
300 9Iain St.
MISS S. F. MAY'S
Reopens October 4, 1886.
PUPILS prepared for "The Art Students'
League.'' of New York, or any other
first elaaa art achool they may desire to enter
NO. 57 MA1HSON STREET,
M KM PHf, TEIy.
uiatiTCn AUKNTb.Men and Women,
WANTE.U to sell "TI1R CIULU'l
BIBLK." introduction by Her.J H. Vin
, , ii n. One arent has snlt ((l in a town
of 674 people: one 73 In aTlllate of 7iHi one
aaa aaanttt in in days! one 'ii two sicoes
miVl wiekst one 40 in a days at two diff-ent
.;r Kiperienoe not necessnry. Addresi
timet. "cAyisiKLLaCO. (L't'd.l
10 Pearboia ttnat. Chicago,
nETEB, ec'y atl fre.
Scraper and can Harness, nn
F. . X0HES.
- , '
B : .
;"- ""-rj. ,d eanaet he anmassed br
Kattern afljf.,M a " "ilr a ? J? i 1 T.
To Dlsaelve Copartnerahtp.
" BELOW COST!
ear Our entire atock has to be sold by Jan
uary 1, 1887, to Dlssolre Copartnership
our company retiring, , ,
ov Wa olar our immenta Itook aea;ara
leaa ot Coat.
Oood Felt Hats - vsrs? 5? '
Fine Felt Hats. Mew Shape , worth 11.25, 75e
Henuine Baarer Hata.... 75e
Job Lotel Hata, wrrth from II to 2." Jna
Beautiful Hoe', all Colore 8 for 10a
Ostrich Pompons lOe
Children'a Trimmed Hata, worth 12, tor tl 0
Boys's Cloth, Velret and Plash Caps,
worth $1 - " Ma
Ladies' Trimmed Hata, worth M t2 00
Long Humes from up
Ostrich Tips, 3 in Bunoh. from.rf...-.s.5flo up
Bitds, Win, Fanor Frathera, Feather
Bands, eto., at Bldlffii 'ouly low frleea
eDon't Loco Your Chance. Remember
Irom this day to January 1, 1887.
aa-Brldnl and Monrolng- Oatflla,
srThe finest assortment oi DOLLS in tha
r lilts Besbaped, Feathers Cleaned, Dyad
as-Holden Hair Wash by the Small or Large
Deviled Crabs, Shrimp,
Salmon, Fresh Can Maekerel,
Brook Tront, Oysters,
Mackerel In Tomato Catanp,
Sweet Stuffed Pickles,
Soar Pickles by the gal. and la Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Bellsh,
Wooster Sance, Tomato Catsup,
Capers, Hnstard, Curry Powder,
Salad Dressing, Olives, Olive OH,
Cream Cheese, Celery Sauce,
Celery Salt, Kte., Ete.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
Importer and Dealer la
Unas, riehlnar Tackle and Sport,
men's Supplies, aar Spaoial atteatioa
(Iran to MANDIACTUBIN9 aad M
4ia Hffmln HtMWrtimlils.Twai
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
r . ..4 ila.lera In tjjnns, Amrau-
Hantaan, a.lerlrte Mells aad ia
nnnelatorator Hotala and Heldenoei.aa
Mala stroet, esapals, Jean Kleotr
supplies alwayt ea haad. Bepalrlaa; neaUr