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PdimSAD TEE TEIE.I
bTjm1.Ip IVallry hne (I..
ftud T. jay .) Trami on tun roil !-, u fi.
Uwa: w Orleari fst null. ,ty leave!
at a:.W p.m.l vicwoura daily,
lT.t9:16.B. New 0 , , f,t mall
eaily, arriv., ..9:10 a.' VickBbnri ex
proa, daily, arrive, 0.45 im
T V o1o.llow,' Sew Orlean, mail arrival 1
wort 4cw,M4 ualaatrl Va-
fT' 'al TOOT, M to'.lowlt lalt l.B
leave, V 10-00 a. in.; bt. Louli fait Hn
leave, jt 5 :so p.m. ; Vatt line arrive. a', 1 :3U
P.w-'.Rt. Lonii fwtltue arrival et:('o a.m.
. '.AatsYllla and Rlille Train,
,ove m follow: rat wall inmi uiuj
:1d a.
.! loT at iu:l I'.m.i n.aw iv
daily at 10:10 a.m.! arriv.e a 1:1X1 p.m.
Browaivill. aooouiiroiatlom reevei di.t y
aeeit Sunday. at p.m. ) arrival daily,
uDtfiidii. at :60 a.m. (itandard tim.i.
Waif Itnnto (Hbm t'lly, Hprlnit-
RM1 and lrmeiiji iwni leave . in
T. denot a loliowe:
n. a. Kamal llv ex,
ma,, leavei a : i
City expreM, arrival at SiHO p.m. M. i.
KaniM City raatl, leave, rSBtiK) p.m. ; No.1,
t?...A ottv maU arrival at 8:4.S a. m. Mo.
STbv. Irouii and Chicane exprori. leavei at
S:00 p.m. 1, St. Louei and CWenoex
TrMS arrival at :45 a.m. Ia efieot bunda7,
inrll 18.141.
Hmplila and Charlealon Train,
rAiinit Thrnuirh eznreia le.vel
?aily at 10:0 p.m. Mail and expreia learee
.ii. ..in .an m. Romervilta accommoda
tion loavee dally, aioapt Sunday, at b::)
TkMuh inTHi arrival daily at o:2r
a.'m. Mail and exerei, arrive! dally it 1C:J0
B.m. 8omervilla accommodation arrival
dally, axent Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
Memphla, tilrmlngtbarn and Allan.
tie-Holly Bpringi Royta Tralni moy, aa
fnllawn No. 1 leavei Mewiphli daily at 3:411
L . .r.i.u llnll Knrlnai at M!8 D.m. t
V. 'ilt.ru Holly Bprmai daily at :00
. at Munnhla at 10:10 a.m.! No
Uavai MomDhli daily at 7:16 p.m., arrival
K.M-ln at 11 :4r n.m. : No. 6 laavel
Holly Hprlnyi dally at 1:16 a.m., arrival at
4miBl at :46 a.m.
aapht an Mtlli Rural. Train,
mawm rniiAwi inanrrai ivanuru tuuvi ,
tin. 1 taavai daily at 4 :2U' p.m. I arrival at
rMp.m. No. t at 5 : a.m. I arrival
at Sim) a.m. Mo. h (rai,ht) laava, lloiwflald
dally (aioapt Sunday) at 8:00. a.m.! arriva,
t 7, ID n.m.
THE WEATHER.
latllnatlooa.
For Tennttue: Ijocal raint;followtd by
fair wtather; cooler.
For Artanta: Fair walker; norlh-
r?y vnndu; cooler in Iht toutliern portion;
Marly itativnary Umprrature in tfu north
ern portion.
H.lnrnll tn t'ottnn I!l for WceU
Kadlaa: October i, IHHt.
Halicmt. Total,
Rivannah. (is 0 01
JarkBonvillf. Kla 0.80
; (Inilar Kpvb. Fla
Fort fimlth. Ark 1.12
GalvfBton, Tex 0.12
San Antonio. Tex 0.03
OhatkinooiB. Tenn 0.00
MemnhiB. Tenn O.dl
Indi.nBDo'l'. Ind 0.02
PlttBbn'g, Pa . 0.05
Calro.lll....- 0.07
CITYNEWS.
Ko maniaiie liconsea were issaed
yesterday.
A'verv Interestlnn; revival of relin
Ion Ib 'in progrew at Ueoruia Street
Methodist Church. The meet ng will
continue over next Sunday. All are
lnvi!ed.
Miss Blanche Curllse, at the
Memphis Tbeflter tonight, will per-
form the Dleaaina optical loatoi cav
log one of the young IbiHpb disappear
in plain view 01 me autuence.
A. T. Johnson, of Abordeen,
MifB., was fined $50 and bonnd over
by Judge Madden yesterday morning,
oa the char of carrying concealed
weapons and Jrawlug a pistol on V,
F. Ooaraon.
T. D. Unify, accused of stealing a
doff from John Jtt Uberle. wai dis
charcsd on examination bBfors
Justice Barrv vterday. Evidence
was uiven implkatlng 1. Wslah as the
gniltv party, and ha was bound over
in $500.
Miss Casilelon has attracted can
slderaWe attention on the roid this
season by ber many and rare stvlea of
stage dressing. The Commercial (latrlte,
of Cincinnati, states "she wears nine
different dresios, all marvels of sim
plicity and beauty."
A farmers' institute will he held
at Sard is, Miss., October 'Mh, to be
conducted by Uen. 8. 1. Lee end stu
dents, -of Siarkville University. A
special train hii been provided for over
the Mississippi andTennrseee railroad,
leaving Memphis at 8 o'clock a.m.
The Hon. Francis Fentrps". of
Boliver, was sworn in by Judge Ham
mond yesterday morning as Chief
Federal Supervisor of Klectiona for
Weet Tenntwec Ue will appoint the
dspnty Btipurvisora a? eoon sa the lietH
ate handed Id by tuo lepreaentatives
of the two parties.
The fallowing parlies were convict
ed in the Cnminiil Cjurt yeeteriUy:
Louis Point r, rnd larceny, three
years; Andrew Jackson, petit larceny,
six months; Win. C rie, petit lsrcany,
sixty days; Henry Johnson, petit lar
ceny, thirty (Uys; Carroll Wells,
whipping hia wife, $50 and sixty days;
Colin Wilson, whipping bis paiainour,
.. fined $25.
A difficulty -occurrodyealerday on
Gayrwo street, near Second, between
T. W. Tickett, a tinner, and Tom
Dwyer. It is reporled that Dwyer at-
- tacked Pickett with brickbats, and
that . the latter retired from the field
of battle and soon returned with a
ahotgnn, causing Dwyer to beat
preoipitat retreat. Warrants are
ut for the parties, but up to mid
night bad not been executed.
A aVe occurred at No. 530 Main
street about 3:55 o'clock yesterday
morning, and an explosion of a keg of
powde, made the houses for several
squares around shake aa if an earth
quake were beneath. The honss be
longed to Col. L. B. Eaton and the
loes thereon was not covered by in
sutacee. Tbe hous?, a two story
frame, wsa occupied by Mrs. Mo
Kense as a grocery and her itock,
fixtures and nousehold goods, which
were all dostrujod or neatly s were
insured ia the New York Under
writers for (HOC The cause of tbe
fire is supposed to have bee a incen
diariem. The first anniversary meeting of
the Women's Exchange will take
place Tuesday, November 9:b, at
10:30 o'clock a m., at the Cumberland
Presbyterian Church. Official reports
will be received and addresses made,
and a plan futma operations ag eed
upon. On Tuesday, November 2d, a
'French Marktt" will be held at the
rooms of the Exchange, No. 306
Second street, from 4 to 10:30 o'clock
, p.m. The ladles who are mem
bers of tbe Exchange were present at
the rooms yaiterday in large numbers,
and diecusoed plans for ttie proposed
market. Extensive preparations are
being naadiiorit and it will doubt
less be a pronounced success.
rim yatet repairing at Malford'a.
. At 1m igne's,
In tbe Odd Fe lows' Bu'lding, ladiei
will find Bonn t and Hats of la est
styles, best n.atirial aud lowesipilces.
Call and eea ihem.
amuemts.
T,b thl lMt nibt. -nd today
close! v""1 iennagrtnent of the com
pany. Kate Vnalldtna.
WVom6 lBnbter is ia ttore for
tlie 'ihfa'er eoeia nest week. Mies
KfCn CuatlAon. Tfho made inch an
irrtression hero with har txccll nt
eotupary last eeaBin, nill commonct)
her eecaad eneaecment on Monday.
If the not'cesand criilciems Bhe Ins
Rot bo far tins saasun'are any cnteriac
to bt Vjt alie ahonld fcava an even
more profitable week tuan bfiord
Her dainty and exquisite Bn(r(?etie
nn. and tari anafinc f icentrlciliea
of Mess!. John 1). Gilbert and KJdio
(jirard. the tw ere at items ol ner
eeccesj, are well remembered.
11. LO WENSTEIN BROS.
tJBEAT BLANKET SALE
TODAY t
Note the Redactions t
Sow Is the Time to Bay!
10-4 White Blankets reduced from
$2 to f 1 50.
10-4 White Blankets reduced from
$2 60 to $2. .
10-4 Whits Blanket reducad from
$3 50 to 3,
10- 4 Wbite Blankets redaced from
4 to U 50.
11- 4 White Blankets reduced from
$4 75 to $4 25.
11 4 White Blankets reduced from
$5 75 to $5.
12 4 White Blankets redused from
$0 25 to $5 50.
6 4 Orev Blankets reduced from
$2 25 to $1 75.
fla Orev Blankets reduced from
$2 75 to $2 25.
10-4 Silver Grey Blankets reduced
from $2 75 to fi so.
11-4 Silver Grey Blankets reduced
from $3 75 te 5.
11 4 Silver Grey Blankets redaced
from $t 25 to $3oa
10-4 Red Blankets redaced from
$4 50 to $3 75. v
10-4 Rd Blankets redaced from
$5 75 to $5.
Full Sie Bed Comforts redaced
from $1 25 to 00c.
Full Siie Bed Comforts redaced
from $150 to ft 15.
Full Siie Bed Comferts redaced
from $2 to $1 50.
Great B eductions In Lap Robes.
Comments are unnecessary. Prices
given above are the lowest
evor ofleied in the city.
Don't miss this
chnnco.
U. LOWliBiSTEIN A BROS
HOLSTEMS AT ADC H05.
A Ilaral or Flae Cattle t Be Bald
Tadaw at tka SUM, or K. A.
Jaaea at CW.
Seventy-five registered Iloletein
Friesien cattle will be sold at auction,
the sale commencing this morning.
They are from imported sires and
dams, belonging to the beet herds in
the United Mates. These young cattle
have been bred in this country, are
thoroughly acclimated, are in good
condition, and calculated to give satis
faction. All who are familiar with
the merits of Holsteins art likely to
become purchasers.
Kolld Silverware mi Hnlfwrtl'i
Alabama Splint Coal.
r. M. PATTEBbOX A CO., Agent.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL W HbNKSl AY, OCTOBER 27, 18S(.
HOTEL ATUUVALS.
Prabatfy IfuU-l.
C. B. 8AH-0WAY cor .roarrrr
Knii'ii 'Mi "u I1"' ".
ma aui location of room bieml
mada ratna.
B Mnrlin. Ark
I, M OraVe, 111
0 K Drown. Ark
J Wat-on, Mn
B Nnyra. li-
II P Wclio-.uld, Ky
M w o, tun, nn
J K Wo: d. Ark
U K ll-. Mir,.,
J Wilyniiniki. M m
J M'UtBu", Tenn
J 11 Kenton, III
V leuwn, Tenn
T Makey, Tnn
VH banoa, N Y
WChantbam.Ti'jon
l (! Haile 4w, frno
J H Killcbmv,, Tenn
W li. met', " enn
H llBV,i. V V
H t lirr, n i
rl X Uoiiulaai, Inn
(ino S Et.iiiii. N Y
1 C I'.niwn, lenn
J II Wiloy, N Yr
J W lter, N Y
k i rrfor. uiiio
ja Fiilmer, Tnn
Jtt" runner, i.iuh "..V ,
u II Cartwii.lit. Tenn W W l-e.0rly. Tenn
W A Warron, Mai John K tltenny. La.
U UNiKbtinnale. Rl H 1 M jUini, N Y
C'R li via, Tenn J Lovin.oi.d 42b,Mii
iiin L'.n Allnn. Ark .lohn lledreji. Pa
C lilliuan at ile, Mo K K Cuuair, II 0
a J Vivrin. Mo
M f. Lion Mo
Krnnk lteilly. Mo
W (1 Talcutl, Ilia
0 W Nurcan, Ark
T II htuurt, loun
K II iJavto, N Y
!L llu-t, Mirn
W A Alder, N V
O II In eron, 'lean
1) il Konr. e, Mi'i
Goo Uoodheart. N Y
P Snydom. N Y
1) Keily, N Y
O K Kalner, N Y
J U Uake. Mo
KT Martin, Ark
II L Legueney, N X
C II liry.nt, ky
W K ilnuck, Mo
II J Liel, N Y
K II Kimball, MM)
LWallenstein, N Y
Mn J C Hvaoi if.Miii
MIfi K bbarron. La
W T limner, Miai
li G Huford. Tenn
K E Kilinondon, Ky
J W Howell, Min
W 11 Klynn. Ky
0 Dtiokley, (llilo
J C Kuykeniliill, Mid
J II MeLeod, Mil,
II M Cole, Ky
VY H Muore, Tenn
8 Vauirhn. Toon
Y C Jnnea. Ala
8 Collier k w, N Y
Mn J 11 1'arker, Tenn
M 0 II unban, Ky
A lirinkenhnrT, Tenn
(J W ' ave, N T
V Mclroio. r I
J M Kva,e, N Y
Keyaoidi. rt l
U U'n.nli. Mn
J F Wilbanka, La
8 M Hall, Ky
K u llaviu.in. ny
L R t'noni, N Y
II W Naylor, Ma
J Uirylna. N Y
w A follooK, rain
Minn (I Klemma, La
(i W Curtia, Mo
A N Col per, Tenn
K J eil 4i w, Mill
A Hampton, MiM
II II Faiiin, Tenn
(! 1) Mitchell, Ky
T Hnrtmer, Ark
W M Dubard. Mill
8 Kittle, Mini
A Ueoier, Tenn
W Laurence, Tenn
J An'lenon, Ala
A M Jankaon. n I
V L 8tarr. N 1
k I! ltn.il. Ohio
1) V Hamilton, Ky
W Mi IntoKh f,le
ennH H Ilrown, l'a.
r K mi... Pa J B Hill Af. Pa
W K Dnuaherty, MlnH 1) Jonei, Mill
B Davldnon, Mini
W J Hiiniiion., Mil,
11 rl Smith, Tenu
T S teele, Tenn
T Harluian, Ark
W Jobmon, Ark
BC Caldwell, Ala
C Hamilton. N Y
Q Turker, Ky
A 8 Leon, Mo
C 0 Homdexter, Ala
J II l)n ko, Mo
B V Uroaiber,, Ky
J P Klliaon, Mo
Mr. W W l'i, Mil,
llnrry Mix, Ky
S II William., Tonn
K A Clarke, Tenn
W 11 Sandman, NO
C S Knrinht, Ky
F W Keynold., Ky
Tboi Quinn, Ky
B J Lorentball, Tenn
L Tieltlebauin, Ua
Ml.i T Tncii, Ark
P R RoKeri, Tenn
P U Duffy, N Y
J II Knuckle, DO
J 11 Ilunmian, N V
A I Kuu III. KT
J II B yd, Tenn
T Koblniin, lenn
8 Jonn 41, Ark
W B Crni, Aw, Ark
J B Cariiixton, Ala
H C llr.l,.,n. N V
J O M, Butfaiu, N Y
B Uppenlieimer, A in
S U Chand., Ala
T B Kin, Aw, Tenn
0 W Bnniiie, Mo
W W l'.. Mill
.lamei Uilroy, Ky
K llu,o, Mo
K llawkini. Tenn
0 F Jiuniion. N U
R K Bryne, Ky
U A Brady, Ky
C Qulnn, Ky
C U Kimball, in
I) Ure.aer, M Y
W 0 Harre't. lean
W E Wuir, N Y
K I) Marabull. l'a
A Uhllarom. Ky
V li Kvaan. N Y
H Muniork, Mo
J V O Miller, N Y
A C Knrkeudal, Mill J Kuykeudal, Mill
0 II Jentaraon, Tenn L Krower, n O
FJSwi.op. La T L Sehailine, N T
J Alexander, Mil, II 1'bne, Mm
II Hur, U J o raraor, l,aa.
The Hew Uajoao.
FARRINUTON, STEWART A WHITB,
I'aoraiaTOBa.
Ratal $2 50 to H per day, aronrdinf to leoa
lion oi ruoma.
w n R.,I,. Miai R W Sinker. Ark
C At Todd, Mo B F Ouo.teruioui, Ark
R 1) T"ip, HI J M ua.a, ill
KO dill. Ark H L Williami, Ark
I) W Lake, Tean J Balet, La
Frank Fanireai.Tenn II P McDonald, Ky
BO Trueidell, Mi. I J 11 Wallace, Ala
J K Doreland, Ohio R M Wilann, Tenn
I'.l Webb. Tenn
vr n irimoie. umv
T Aloihion, Ky
F J Uarner, Ky
F llawkini, Ky
J U Dempey, Ky
L Curran, Ky
L Frederick, Ky
i Bobo, Ky
M 0 Dent, Mill
V 1) Munaon, Ala
(lan Hooker, ir. Ohio
W 1) Powell, lenn
J C Iloardman, Ky
F J Uomell. Kr
W R Annlea-ate. Ky
J M Nolion, Ky
T Atohiion, Ky
K Leltnrch. Ky
A Uflho. KV
(1 Rl'aae.M
iu
T U Hatch, Mo
II L Jooei, Ky
A Btloodbar Af, Tenn
11 Shreva. rl I
11 11 Waabburn.Mo
K n I'rioe, MO
11 W Sleveni. Mo
8 A May. w in. Mo
1) l!nr. Mo
I n K.nilrlnk. Ml. a
W KoCain, Md
i Calhoun w. Mil, n a rrana, n i
M I. IMa.nham. Tenn U L Todd. Tenn
L 6 Rmenbaum, Ky W J Kykei, Tenn
J J O'Brien, III.
11 McCain, Mini
M J Alexander, Tenn L U Bagnett, Mil,
Mn Cll Uyrnei, Mill Thna
it Lieiiim
lime, Oal
T f Salter. Mill
0 8 Robimon, Mil,
W 8 Mod bee, Mil,
RFTitdale, Tena
W N Trimble, Tenn
W Barrett, Tnn
A P Inman, Tenn
W Orally, Ky
J Boland, Tenn
W H Htovall, Mil,
V M M, ,.!,. Kt
S F Andrewi, Ha
A A Sharp, Mill
JFXiauoi, NO
(1 S N -ruai, Tenn
C J Brodway, Mia,
W J Smith, Ala
J A Staplei, lenn
K I. Itrnwn. Kr
J T Ooldimith, Ohi
Beldon WatkinB.Ohio R M Meyen.Ind
M B Spotiwood, Ind A K Poweri, Ind
A S Auatin, Mo
B L Haulier, Ky
RL Field', Mill
C (I l'aine, Mo
K H Minne, Mo
O ZP,e, Ark
11 M K.iberti. Mill
L H rayne, wo
T 8 Look wood, Mo
J 11 Men er Ark
U L Williami, Tann
L L Win dion, Tenn
T M Cnrutheri, Tenn
T K Jarvn, Ark
a UDaUo, Ala
V V rarun in t
B M Judaon, New York
Dai STy 'a Karoxaraa Hotel
Corner of Adami and Main itreeta. Room,
Mo, 7ao aud II per day; Amerioaa Flan,
12 per day.
Vlr.t elA.KUANt.iirant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 year! with Peabody lioUl)
l'reprletor.
.1 ff Rurka. Mn II K Fleooa. Tenn
8 Lowinauhn Aw, NO A l.ii,"inarino, Tena
W 1. 1'oi io Aw.Tenn J W Hill, Ohio
(1 W lUuipbrlesTon L 11 Bonn, (la
(1 Il.iliiw.li. Ark J F Hall, Tex ,
O P Ilanooivk.Tenn J K Stui-kcy, Ina
K S Center, Tena 0 W llarrell. Mm
F (1 Jordnn. Mill 1 K Montgomery, Ky
.1 .1 (',,. T..n H 1 Burrow. Tax
.1 T Faurott, Tena 8 1) .Montnoinery.Tenn
R T .Martin, Ark 'ri MrFarland, Ark
J J Randall, N Mex II Wauiaburic, Ark
Mn ferry Siio, Ark M Miller, Ky
W I. I.amln.ln. Ark John Van. Mo
J C Luler, Cal M W Woodon, Tenn
C M lllaok, Tenn F I, Wagner, Neb
J K Biaith, Tenn 0 Fletcher, Tenn
J Burke. Tenn J Ringlii.g, Vi,
J Norria, Tenn N K Norrii, Tenn
B snlari. NO P M Morrli.Tenn
JIllloan.Mo T M Burg, Ky
PWinn, Ky NT Smith, Mo
J M boott, Tenn P J Quigloy, Tenn
L Turner, Tenn C J taaloolni, lud
W V Aihe, Mo Mn Ander.nn, Mo
W 1 Maxwell, Tena M Fi.her, Ohio
J W Dwyer, Mill ABO Sweeny, Mo
WMNelion.Mo J J Freeman, Ark
RLChaie, Mo 0 L Alexander, Tex
AT Andenon, Mo J M North, NY
W P Fainter, Tenn.
eaaton'a llatrl.
W. H. BINGHAM Maiuaea.
Kurorean plan. Knlarred and refurniihad
Pnoei aooording
to lite and loea
tlen ,f reoma
Wm Jaekien.Tenn
J Serbian, 111
L Harriaon, Tenn
Mra A Boitiok, Mill
J V Potter, MM
Mn Manioh, Tenn
R R Coburn A w, III,
M Hell, Tean
K Homiaei, Tenn
U W Potter, Miia
J 11 Son.in, Mil,
S Fry, Tenn
K Doretv. Tenn
Min Lack, Tena
H Mnv.
yioi, MI'I
W 8 Johnion, Mill
3 It l.nmani. Mill W M Durham. Mill
J S Kettle, MI'l WM Mol.evine, Mill
J F Harioni. Tena K Brady, Min
fM Carr, Mill Jim Doyle, Mill
P Kturtav.nt. Mlal J Williami. Ten
J T Eaion Af. Mill Mn M Campbell, Mill
A 0 Chanoellnr.Uii, J " lurner, Mil,
tl- 1 Ui.. .IWt llll. L .
. i.litDiej, mi,. . ..,...u, ..
R K Luckie Aw.Mlii Mn FB bhuhreck.MUl
MnOU Witheri.MI.I J It l.onlie, lenn
Wm M Taylor. Ark M S Kirkland, Mil,
K L IIuiniihreyi.Tox F C Simi At, Mil,
MriLSOalhiuiAfMla, D W Bill, Mill
Wait Shuphord.Miai R W Draper, Mill
B Hugbei. Tenn H B Callen, Tenn
T D l'earaa, Ohio M 0 Maxwell, Tenn
r ini.in.iii inn
J H Phalan, Tenn
J Maycock, NY
W Hancook, Tenn
Min Hancerk, Te
PU How man. Tena V Kunnnein, lenn
r vv Mineiu, lenn
WU Clark. Mill
W ll.n,nnk. Tenn mill Hancook. Tenn
Min Hanoeck, Tena D A McKinney, Ten
mn wcKinney, ieno a mcn.m..,
V K Whit fluid. Tenn 2 Taylor. Tenn
Mn MrKinneyTenn J T McUamet, Tena
W T Joi'nion, Mill 0 M Taylor, Mil,
II V D Toleanei, N Y W Wainri,ht, Ark
J A I ochran, Ara
Mill R Beard, Mia,
Mill II Beard. Mill
T Thayer, La
Ml.i Comntnn. Ala
U U Uarrvlt, Mill
v li mo
nkwen. Ark
T J McUowan, Tenn
li r unn, iunn
j B Monro, Tenn
J H Potter, Mil,
F B Devil, Mo
8 M flant, Ala
TjHeiah, Ky
J Sullivan, Tenn
WT Miller, Tenn
O D Mattingly. Kr
8 W Woody. Tean
i n ii . i i .
J A labney, Tens
I) W Potter. Miai
MiM W A Love, Mil,
J Ward, Mo
W CSiini. Ala
11 Henoerion, Tena
J Ilrown, lenn
J P Hiumoni, Ky
J A lleau. A.V
O O Mngleton.K
A L Blake, Tenn
B R Scot . Mia.
rv r (iuw uu, a on ii -
KII l.orobardAw.Mill B R .r-cot
V B Seiriom, Mil,
J A I appan. Mill
W D Cannon, Tenn
TMarkey.Teaa
OHutler, 111
wrpvw,,ii,Miu
K D Wither., Mill
Jll B ieo, Tenn
J Bradley, Tenn
R V MoOall. Mo
W Philley, III
TFSigmin.Miu
A BEAUTIFUL START AND
ANaCiTi FINISH.,
Keck and Keck from the Half-
ili!e Post to lbs Judge's
'' Stand. ; .
be lkrgalucj at Uic jlisfit CJotli
It!g Tarlors Pass Under the
AVIre SeTeral Lengths
' ;?-v Ahead.' i- '
WARMLStr UI-It in now time
to think of Fall atjd'tt'iutcr Cloth-
Before starting the race the
horses are wjiitled ipfa bring every
muscle into action. ' To think before
you buy is to warm up tnc pockets.
The low prices at thb Misfit Clothing
rarlors make . it warm far competi
tion.
STEADY' NOW f-GO ! In the
race lor traao tne Alisat Ciotumg
Parlors are away, in , the lead. ' We
not handicapped with ready-
made or job-lot goods, but our speed
boots are Custom-made Clothing,
bought at Half its Actual Coat, and
sold at Half its Actual1 Value.
WINNING:TKE SWEKP-
STAKES-IIundrods of Ueautiful
Custom-made Suits at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors-Suits that a
steady goers and warranted not to
shy or break Suits . that will-stand
wear and give good satisfaction.
CAPTURING all the PURSES.
We sell you Custom-mad Suits and
Fall Overcoats Cheaper than you tan
buy ready-made. . or Uood woin-
ing, at Low Prices, we lead in the
le. In Prices we are the Favor
ites Against the Field.
MISFIT
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn,
Open evenings until 9 ; Saturdays
until 11. .. -
N.B. Remember, all alterations to
insure a T'erteot x it, jju. iu x iwiu
OF CHARGE, by a First-class Tailor
in our Parlorsv ' " y' ' '' '
COAL. COAX. COAL.
JOHN WAIA1I,
aso..
..Maooaal Hirrrt..
..aso
ANTHRACITE, PITTPBURfl
AND KENTUCKY COAL.
ALSO
HABI WOOD.
700..
..1 EtitCPHONE 760
LOCAli NOTICES.
Mbb. J. H. Rlateb, teacher of Ger
man, Gay oeo Hotel.
P. M. Stanlrt, funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison street.
Dr. K. E. Bclmngton, surgeon
dentist, 357 Main. Telephone 08.
Miss Carrik M. Keating, pianisr.
may be found at tlie uyo-o Hotel,
8. K. TfiimiBY & Co.'ii Mas'odon
Dime Show is said to be the heat cheap
price ehow on the read
ttfi MK S. Hinson. dentist. No,
27a Main street. E. Bolger aesistant,
Call aud get a new Bet of teeth lor $0,
G. W. Mili.rr & Oo.,Paten Aabeatos
Fire Proof Koolora. r or durability,
eaualed bv none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and travel roofs. No. 55
Madison street. , ,
Thi Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonloand antl-pariodto known. A certain
and inreourefor obilli. Frioell per bot
tle. Send itamp) for circaiari. Any ret
trance gixen. Addreil John 0, Kuoker,
lynohber,. Va.
All authorities aeroe that the milk
of a healthv mother is the best food
for an infant. Next to this, and con
taining all the elements for perfect
nutrition, is Mellin s roon. which,
after a long test, is highly indorsed by
prominent medical men
JEWELRY OFEMXQ
'' AT
C. L. BYBD A CO.'S,
, 290 Main street,
October 2Sth.
Day and Evening.
Mulford, Jeweler, 294 Main, ao
HclU orders from tae coantry.
WANTED.
TEN CA81I BOYS.
Apply between 8 aud 10 o'clock
a.m.
B. LOWENSTEIN 4 EBOS.
Order MMUrd MutleMedsUau
JAMES C. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLE
Nos. 290 and 292
Saddles.
'9
8A2EKY
t&" SPECIAL
PRICES to Railroad
JAHESI M. eOOOBAB.
AA UOIjF!8AIlia
BOOTS &
No. 31ft MAIN STREET MEMPHIS,
afarOurFall and Winter Stook of BOOTS A
ii now oomo ete. and we invite the Merobanu
v. 1. A ,1. kAH..
the trade.' We still carry a large line of t:UJTOrl.M 1IK OOOIW, ineluding the oelebmUd Oeo. Hooker
Uittman A Co. iiaaiei Kia, uoat ana vaii,
any hnne. Give ma call,
HOW YOU 'VOTE
t -
IS THE MOST IMP0ET AST ISSUE.
Work diligently ao aecure licgislators pledged to submission.
It is not the desire of the TEMPEBANCE liSAOUi: to place
new candidates in the field, if the ones now presented will pledge
themselves to Vote for Submitting the Temperance Question to
the People.
New Candidates will he presented tomorrow lor tliose not so
uledired. We claim
Xemperance; as the
Association states,
Intemperance. We
vote on this question.
Something for Gentlemen
Patent Leather Dresa Oal ira,
with Black Hatla Franoala V.pe,
vary bandeonie an4 etyllah. $S.
Alao oilier Nobby and Htyllah
Dreaa and Walking Shoe of the
flneat qualities and beat work,
manablp.
aav-Onr aaaortnaent In every De
partment la bow complete, and
we can trnly Bay: We can lit
very root and ault every taala."
FOR THE LADIES
Wa have provided the lateat nnd
haadaomest atylea of llraa Slip
n.ra la all ahadea of "atla,
rreach Hld.Bronae and Electile
Readl.
.rTha verr beat Qualities of
Boya. Mlaara and Children's
Ureaa and School Shoea la cndleaa
variety.
ZELLNEU & CO.
300 Slain St.
Deviled Vraba, Rhrlmp,
Salmon, rrcah t an Mackerel,
RardlnM, Lobatora, ,
Brook Tront, Oyatvra,
Mackerel la Tomato Cataap,
Ml NtntTed Plcklea,
Boar Pleklco by the cal. and la Jars,
Pickled Onlona, Hat Bellah,
Wooatcr Ranee, Tomato Catnap,
Capcra, Maatard, Cnrry Powder.
Ralad Drcaalna, Ollvea, Olive Oil.
Cream Cbaeae, Celery Baaee,
Celery Bait, Ete., Ete.
J. F. BUCKHASX fc CO.
fokIIesi
. I II .
E. F.
SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS,' TEK27.
WHOLESALE
HMJOFACIDBBRS Alffl JOBBERS
OF
Harness
MAWTaAItE. AT?I
am. Levee Contractors for Wagon,
SSTABIiXSIZXir I860.
WM. a,. CLAKU. E. 1. eJARBINGTOX.
BID BHOKN-the largest In thii market, and
vtsitmg memnnn 10 oau auu examine. uiw .m. si, more uiu muj
.n.. , V. , V. . f ihin river
ia lurfioient evidence
Oar
Deiiuei a large vanst ui ui
-
mm
THE QUESTION
ss
that public sentiment is now in invor oi
late puullsncu report
they lavor xemperauce anu are opposeu i
claim the people should have the rlglit to
...--fm.-r-
Secretary Temperance lacague.
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
FAII Ul" CAi'iiAii,
Intereait Paid on DopoaHts.
OPEN 8ATCKDAT8 UNIIL 7 O'CXOCK P.M.
o
M. II. KATZESBERGEB, President.
BOABD OF
NAP0LK0N HILL,
W. H. CARROLL,
JOHN A. DENIE,
J. W. BCUOrtR,
LIVER.FIPIEI;
WHOlESHIE grocers,
JUST RECEIVING AND IN STORE,
1,000 bags New Crop (Season 1886), Rio Coflee.
3,000 keicg Iron and Steel Nails beat brauaU.
1,000 barrel Itetlned Sugar all jri-nde.
100 barrel New rop (season 1886), Rice.
1,500 pkgs. Leaf aud Refined Lard.
150 Heroes auvassed Hams.
100 boxes Ilreakfasi llaeon.
l.OOO bajfs Shot, Powder and Caps,
ia. OOO boxes Canned Uoods, Sardines, Oysters, Ete.
1,000 bxs. pure NevCream Cheeses MUer Moon Krantl.
1,000 OUR" UUUU-piCKCU virKiumaaaau m. tuU1v -
Mannraetnrers of the celebrated brands or 8IL
TER MOON and JHEMfHl rre Stick Candy, and Making
Fowder. luipwrer8 of foreign Frnits, Lemons, Oranges,
Raisins, Nuts, Etc.
Nos. 284 and 286 Main Street, r Memphis, Tenn.
S. N. I8TIS.
S. S.
(SCCCmsOBS TO KSTES, DOAS e CO.)
Vlolcsale Grocers and Cotton Factero
Nst. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street Memphis, Tesa.
JNO.S. TOOK,
E. L. MoQOWAN.
foot Iciowan & Co.
in
Vholesalo Grocers and Cotton Factors
And Dealers In Leree and Railroad Supplies,
No. J74 rront Street MemphlB, TenaeBsee.
MEYER, .e'y aasl jfreaa.
0,
0
uol
ItH3ATHEI'.
Scraper and Cart Harness, -fr
r. a. JOKES.
TO A TSTW
TENNESSEE.
onaof the largjit to be loand in any market
that onr goon, and priced ara latiaiactory to -
cair
Banta. Krinnendorf.
Eastern made goodi cannot he surnaised by
(Mllil ('l-lAT.
OF
oi me Aaiqiior iar
. . ... P'""!"""
1. K ATZ ES BEKU EK, Cashfer.
DIRECTORS.
A. COHEN, J. H. BI8C0E,
T. F. TOBIN. A. S. MEi'ERS.
BPICBR.
W. B. DO AS.
J, SJIoTlQEK. W. G. PATTEDOH.
mm
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