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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FIUDAY,
OCTOBER 29, 18S6.
ninnnin TIWI? TI11V
Iat..,,U HJiEi lAiiliU
Hifni(pi nriiT (i n. o.
and T. K.) Traini on thin road ran a fol
io w: New Orlaaoifatt mail, dailf, leavsi
at 4:30 p.ni.; Viofciburr axprcM, dailv,
i,Ti at:15a.ro. Nw Orleaoi fatt nail,
dailv, arrival a i9:10 a.m.i Vickibura .x
pr.il, daily, arrival at 5:45 p.m. .
Mississippi Tennessee. Traini
ion a lollowi: MawOrleani mail arrival
daily at 8:a.m. : learei daily at 6:00 p.m.
iwartliwianil MlaailMlnpl Val-ley.-Traini
moTt M to'lowi: at i ll
aaval at 10:00 a.m.i bt. Lonii fatt line
.aval at 5:30 p.m. ; Fait lina arrlv.1 at 1 :30
.m" St. Lonii fait lina nrriv.i at :(J5 a.m.
Lonlsvtlle Binshvltle Traini
mora ai followi : Fat mall arrival daily at
5:16 a.m.: Ieav.1 at 10:10 p.m. I mail leavoi
daily at 10:10 a.m.! arrWai at 4:00 p.m.
Brownnvill. aoeommodatiom laarai daily'
azo.pt Snnday, at 6:00 p.m.! arrival daily,
exoaptSnndav, at 8:60 a.m. (standard tima).
Clnir Bonte (Kuau City, SprlnK
cld and Mfimphtnt Traini Ibjt;". and
I. dtpot ai followiHo, 4, Katltai City ax
Vrwi, wnv.iat ,y:io a.m. t No. 3. Kaniai
City siiireii. arrival at SrM p.m. No. a,
KaniM City mail, leayai at6:00 p.m. t Moll.
Kama City mail, arnvoi at t:V a.m. No.
r V and Chiciuro iprani. loavoi at
itOO p.m. I Na. 1, M. Louis and Chi-ij,u 11
prM. arrival at 8 :15 a.m. In afoot, Sunday,
HemphiS and Charleston Train I
nova ai followit Through azpraii laavai
dally at 10:40 p.m. Mail and .xproii laavai
daily at 10:00 a.m. Bomarvllla aeoommoda
tion Joavai daily, .xo.pt Sunday, at 6 :M
Wail and axpreai arrival daily at 1C :W0
ail. axsaDi Sunday , at 8 ; 30 a.m
Hrmahla, Birmingham and Atlan
aftAn.il Untitt. tinntA Traini mova M
follown Bo. 1 laavai Mamphil dailv at 8:45
bjb. I arrival at Uolly Bprinn at 5:58 p.m.i
Ho. 8 laavai Holly Brrinn dally at 9:00
a.m., arrival at Mamphil at 10 :10 a.m. I No.
laavai Mamphil daily at 7:15 p.m., arrival
at Holly Bprina-I at 11:45 p.m.! No. laavai
Holly Bprlnri dally at lilfi a.m., arrival at
Mamphil at 8:46 a.m.
Mamnhra and Little Bock. Traini
mova ai follow! (oantral itandard tim):
Ho. 1 laaven daily at 4:20" p.m, I arrival at
55 p.m. No. ( laavai at 6 :66 a.m. : arrival
at 8 iM a.m. No. 5 (fr.ttht) laavai Hopan.ld
dailv (araot Banday) at 6:00. a.m.i arrival
at 7:10 a.m.
Pur Alabama and Mmtiuiirpi : Fair
waihir: norlhvnterly vmd$, beaming
Variable; tlightly warmer.
For Arkanmi: Fair weaiher; variable
wind; nearly tlationary temperaturt.
Fur Tinneuee: Fair vnaiher; vetUrly
vindi; iliglitly warmer.
Xima. Bar. Tlier. Wind. W'lh'r
7:00 a.m.BO.187 34 0 W. Clear.
8-00 p.m. 30.0M 64 0 N.W. Clear.
10:00 p.m 30.114 47.0 W. Olesr.
Minimum temjieraturo, 34.0.
Oaoae, 11 a.m., 0.
; In the t o t ton Hrglon.
BtoNAL Srrvicc, U. 8. Army, 1
. Oolober 28, 1880-0 p.m. J
Division of telegrams and reports lor
the bone.lt of commerce and axrlcnl
tnra. Cotton renion bulletin for the
twentv-ionr hour sending October 28th
t a m ' a1 rr r r m
TBI OT. jj; 7 D T p
Memphis S4 34 .00
Nashville 4tt 33 .00
Grand Junction... 54 30 .00
Corinth 65 ... .00
Tscumbia 65 30 .00
Deoatar 65 31 .00
Boot-bore 65 37 .00
Hernando , 50 24 .00
Bateaville I 64 34 .CO
Grenada 60 2 .00
Covington 61 9 .00
DyewbW 61 88 .(H)
Arlington 68 28 .00
Brownsville 64 20 .00
Milan - 65 32 .00
Paria 65 28 .00
Bolivar 64 29 .00
Holly Ppringa 63 32 .00
Oxford;. 66 30 00
Boms 1035 655 .00
Means I 64 31 .00
WpIiW and Miss G. E. Mayo, 3. is,
Varcaro and Miss Emma Hollander.
It is anthorilatively annnnncsd in
Nashville that Mr. Charles Nash, th
present efficient deputy in the office cf
Clerk cf the United Slates Ciicnit
Court, will retain his portion under
Mr. II. M. Doak.of the Avalanche, who
is to succeed Mr. L. T. Baxter.
And cow our entorpiiBing lndifs
are about to turn market women en
mas. Stately dames and brilliant
belles lire to appnar in that role in a
"French market" (a la New Orleans)
at the Women's Exchange, on opon
icg night, November 2d. Whether
each thrifty purcboer U expected to
carry bis own basket is the question
among many anxius ou's'uerj. H
so, the scene at 300 Bncond street next
Tuesday night will bs a regu'ar tipsy
tarvy of sccUl rrada'iors. Onions
and Bweot marram dealt out by
Lady Eunice andSireot Margsryto
Charles Augustus sud Duke John!
An adventurous younB ma from
Buffalo, named J. H. Dennis, amveu
here yeterday In n 6pen boat on his
way to Florida, having traver.-ed the
distance Deiween inis p;ace anu u
home In Iwe've weeks. His boat is
18 faet 0 inches in leng:h, 4 loei iu
inches in beam and carries all yard
sail. He intends lo winter In Florida
and when the weather Dreaas io coasv
his way up to the mouia oi ins iiuu-
. 1 . 1 1 . llli.n
son, inen aiong tan nvor iu aiu"ji
and thence by toe line canai w dui
falo. Mr. Dennis has already covered
half of his journey without touching
land except io purchase necessaries
onH thfm no reason wnv ne buuuiu
not succeed In the daring undertaking
l,o ton ninhnrked in. lie left hero
last night alter a day's reetpnthe
Dauntless, which is the name he has
given ta the frail crofi that carries him
Mr. and Mas. II. O. Nali, left for
New York lafst night.
Capt. W. G. Ykrcikr, of Greenville,
Mis.,patsed through the city yeetsr-day.
Mo Nathan IUhiNSKY. a promt'
nent Vicksburg cotton .nerchant, is at
the Gay oso.
Jofljt W. Morton, manager Tennes
see department Farmer! Uome journal,
Nashville, is at toe reaoouy.
Um. J. 8. Dbivbr. ib nee Miss Uar
rieKmney.of this city, is lying very
ill at her home in Osceola, Ark.
Mm. Hai.l P. Falconer, of Fort
Rm'th. Ark., is lo the city visiting her
brother, I. ii. wnson, ai me uiubu
J. P. Simmons, of Louisville, and W,
T Minr. of Union Citv. are In town,
nrenarina to open a wholesale anu re
tail music house.
Mr J. J. Nkwsom. the wide awrke
and nnniilsr urrocer in Chelsea, at the
onrnur of Kerr and Filth streets, has
hneti tnnkinor manv improvements in
his Dlace. having added lo his well-
stocked grocery a new meat market,
where be will keep all kinds of meata,
PiinriRAiiHc for the entertainment
to be given tonight by the Ladies' 8
Ciety OI vue vnuiini jbf'idi, vuuii-i.
n the lecture rooms oi ihb cmuuu
lIntrnmental fuet. Mrs. Bran
ham and Mies Taylor, 2 Pyra
mid ol Bsautv. 3 Itecitation. 4
Pyramid of Uglines. 6 Violin soio,
ltti Dlllard. 0 Naobs and Child,
statuary. 7 Woman's Ktgnts. n vo-
nal duet. Misses Watd and Taylor
-Angels' Whleper, statuary. 10
Konitjttinn. li lijiiem an scenea. it
l'iann nolo. Mrs. Branham. 13
Wheie Are the Men Tomani r n
Vlnlln duet. Misses Dillard. 15
Wher the Men Were. 10 Music,
1 7 Rirhen and Poverty, statuary. 18
Vocal solo with cornet obllgato,
Mies Waid and Mr. Branham. This
will nrnvn a very instructive and
amusing entertainment, and all should
attend and assist the ladies in thia
good cause. Admission zt cents,
children 10 cents
The New Uayoao.
FARRINGTON, PTEWART WIIT IT,
Hatei 12 50 to $4 par ay, accordior to loca
tion of rjomi.
F D Mnnion, Ark J K Blnko, Misi
11 L K'lberu, ra
C U Mart h, N Y
0 Baiiilieriior, Ky J William", liim
W A Morron, Ohio R A JlcUaulcy, Mi
M Donelson, Mill W C Ledlittter, Mill
h R Harbor, "1 1 llontlev. Mo
C 0 Pnnnor, Chieiio J E Uorland, Ohij
J W Keyai. Mini 1. T Toylor, Miia
J E MMouihton.MlMMn B P Fnk-nnar, Ark
Ooo Winiton, Ml H Uulibard, Tonn
A H McKinney. Mill Wn Branch, 'i'enn
J 0 Leake, jr. Va J J Uooker, Ohio
FByrd.Tenn T W Lett m, Chiengo
11 Kephenson, 111 J A Qrundy, Tenn
H 11 Mitchell, Tens J MoK Jono!, Tenn
0 F J icksoD. N V C W lJudlcv.MiM
0 A Wooddtll. Misi W J Baiinfky, Jlil
W K Uendia, Mill W K Jcnkino, N Y
R F Tale, Trnn T P Chanoollor, N I '
EJBjbot, NO J Williami, Win
JHoii, Ohio J B Howell, Mi
J E fclder, Tenn J T Farf ,an, Tenn
W A Ooinpton, Mm W J Moliowan, Tenn
T M Crump. Tenn FA HeMiK, Tenn
1 Frank, Hi J M Nathan, lenn
K M (Jnlburn, Mam J M Held. Mm
J W Blaitkman, TonnJ.(Ue McCorry, Tonn
r n e-"-!"".j V .i Mnore. Mils
D W Lake, Mitl T B lliUhoune, Mill
0 F Rielle. Mo O N Nortoo, Mo
A K U bo, mini " fumn,
W B Wheotloy, Mill T 8 Ea.lenbarg, Mill
Mm W Williami.MiiiW (Jay, Tenn
I. Wolf. K B Hubbard, Ala
D FrM. r. Tonn h B Morehe.d, Tenn
6 A Bhelton. Tenr. A A Kee, Miu
8 L Riu.ell Aw, M Y Miai Ruiiell, N Y
0 B l.ind.a" , Ohio J K Over man. A rk
B M Newton, Ark B R Martin. S i
ATM aruny, no '
Jc, D Moouy, mo
lf nbudy Hotel.
0. B. GALLOWAY iiUr.ror ,
Rate! V 0" ana as ir u.
iaa and loeation of room Hpeoial
J W Morton, Ark,. R V Maniton, lenn
0 W MoKnignt, mih vi i,iirai
II K AdauFon. Km J K Bi.ren, N Y . .
K M Ham Aw. Tel W F Maddins. Ara
B K Kturdivani, mill b ,, f w.
D Hamiltun. Ky K Ml; ant, Mm
J W Kirk lw, Tenn 1 W Cooke, N Y
J W Uolllnw, miia jni
W H Casev, l'ft A iJo?e'N Y
SCohen.III &rnnt'.llL- ii.
J W Evani. Ill M K Pratt ft. Ala
J 11 Parker, Ara j ?, V,no, ou a'.I
A K Wewton, mo a u oi
K Uroyfu,. (I Y WApPl.Rta.ill
T K Koienirani, i ' v'1.1" . ,
Neck and Week from the Half
Mile Post to the Judge's
The liar-gains at the Misfit Cloth
ing Tarlors Pass Under the
AVire Sereral Lengths
JAMES O. BELL, President.
E. Fa MEYEIS, Kec'y and Treaa,
Nos. 290 e,nd 292 SECOND STREET,
'MHDFACTDREBS AMD JOBBERS
Saddles, Harness Collars
SPECIAL PKICES tc Ballroad
Contractors for Wagon,
Scraper and Cart Harness. -Qa
J W Allen, Tean
W 11 King, unio
J R MoNeoly, MUl
J A Boyd, K
J II Uawion, Ky
w J Hrown, va
W F Hurck. Mo
H 0 llinui Aw, Ala
W Lawrence, lenn
B A Hn.oll, Pa
a V 'latum. K
J W Arohib
O M l'riett, Tenn
A Childeri, Tenn
(I Wailmiu, ivy
W M Fariatr, Mo
C M Perkins, Mo
K A Collin, NY
Rev J Turner, Va
W H Rooth Aw, Mm
W 8 Moore, Tenn
B Kuflin, Tenn
II H Wi.ll.ck. Ky
O II Trimble, Tenn
. Ky V It irnuoie, lei
aid, Tonn 0 A Arnold, III
.1 II Krhn.ber Wll
II N Wincholl, 111
J F White, Kai
J Jncobnon, I T
M M Marahnil, Tenn
J Kirk, Pa
L F Mimer, Pa
J Urnhain, Tenn
T J Himpton, Cul
K O Carroll, Mini
F N Decker, Ark
( U Newboll, Mich
W V Kchnli, Ala
V R,-olt. Tenn
T 11 Uildnrt, Mill
J II Tuttle. Wil
J l Winnalt, Ark
N 11 Willard. Mo
A T Knnpp, w X
K Wimlon, Pa
U Vauuhn. Tenn
T K t'rutolier. Mm
II Murdoch, Mo
Juo llliuatt, Ark
L h Konirr, lenn
J I. WiKvini. Ala
1. w lli.. Tnnn
II P lobnonw,Tnn Mini 8 Walker, Tonn
F W Dural, lenn o j nicnarua, nuaa
r Monaold, Mini I Hlaunhler, Ohio
J KhoiiKtroiu. Ohio L Wlnto, Ky. .
W A Kernan, Mo D Uoilms. Ohio
W U XuoKer, lea p vv vaiuweu,
D l rice oew, i",
PHiry'a European Hotel.
Corner of Adami and Main itreeti. Room).
600, 760 and II per uay i Ameiioan riau,
ii per day.
Flrot clnnRettaurantin tha Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 yoari with Peabodj Hotel),
MO Maxwell, Tun
KM rrlenon, lenn
Samuel each', Mo
WARMING-UP It is nowfe
to think oi Fall and Winter Cloth
ing. Before starting the r ace tj,e
horses are warmed up tc.'oring every
muHole into aotion. 0 think hefore
you buy is to wari'j up tho pockeU.
The low prices ar, te Misfit Clothing
Parlors make it warm for competition.
STEADY NOW I GO! In tho
race for trade the Misfit Clothing
Parlors are away in tho lead. We
are not handicapped with ready
made or job-lot goods, but our speed
hoots are Custom-made Clothing,
bought at Half its Aotual Cost, and
sold at Half its Actual Valuo.
WINNING TEE SWEEP-STAKES-IIundreds
Cu8tom-mado Suits at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors r Suits that are
steady goers and warranted not to
shy or break Suits that will stand
wear and giv good satisfaction.
CAPTURING al the PURSES.
We sell you Custom-niado Suits and
Fall Overcoats Cheaper than you can
buy ready-made. For Good Cloth.-
ing, at Low Prices, we lead in the
race. In Prioes we are the Favor
ites Against the, Field.
S Duffy. Md
Q D MnOall, Tex
T A McCarthy, Tenn
Ooo keiui'h, Tenn
j L Winter, jr, La
J Nathien, MUl
P I) Itarrowi, Tex
J J Coi, Tenn
W S Uarrett, Tenn
Jamei Ureen, Ark
A Flra, Ar
T A (lordon. Tenn
J Kuth, Ark
8 Buymyr, Ohio
M Morrii, Tenn
V Webster. Md
A Laird, 111
J II Bibb, Tenn
W L Mitohel, Tenn-.
W D Letter, Mill
J W Shmault, Mill
T U Kenney, Mo
U 4J t - ... Tana
n pwdiisi vua
C H Clay, Ark
A 8 Conner, ky
J F 81 inter, ill
W C Brooki, Tenn
J L Page, Ind
John Vin, Mo
Max Hi eh, Mo
KB Miller, Tann
P M Fnrmell, lax
C F Wait, Tenn
R M Churoh, Ala
R 8 Morgan, Mill
0 J Bell, Tenn
A J Vaooaro, Ark
W F Pierce. Tenn
i Mln Hue Pierce, Tenn
A Wanmenburg, Tenn
W Bo-well, Mo
LA Williami, Ohio
J W Franklin, Tenn
E Bniion, Mini
(1 Huiidins, Tenn
II Fletcher, Ark
K Reiser, Mini
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court jSqtareY Memphis, Tenn.
Open eTcnings until 9 ; Saturdays.
until 11. 1 1 -
N.B. Remember, all alterations to
insure a Perfeot Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE, by a First-olass Tailor
in our Parlors. '
! F Fleming, Ark
T Benson, Mm
3 5 1 h! I
DISTRICTS. S f i
3 g ? ' p
WilmiDRton 69 48 .00
Oharlos'on C8 39 .00
Augnsta CH 38 .00
Savannah 7 41 .00
Atlanta 60 35 .29
MontKomery 58 34 .0)
Mobile 68 35 .00
New Orleans tW 37 .00
Galveston ti 43 .00
Vicksbnrn 69 33 .
Little Itock (12 35 .00
Memrbie 64 31 .00
Sums 748 419 .29
Mfans 03 37 .02
The grand jury meets today.
The llon.W. R. Moore has declined
to serve ts Supervisor of JMections.
There were a Rroat many sad
faces in town last night. The favor
ites had lost. ,
JuJue Hidden savs Fort Picker
ing Las irot in be bido walked frou one
end to tue other.
The movement to give Col. H. M
Doak, of the Avalanche, a farewell
supper, It taking shape rapidly.
The streets were crowded veetr
dav with visitors from the country,
and the retailers wera as busy as bees.
The informal opening of the
Chickasaw Armorv takes place to
night. It promises to be a grand
Knoxvllle last night celebrated
the opening of her handsome l'ublio
Library, When will Memphis do
The Yonna Men's Hebrew Aeso
elation will Rive a musical and literary
entertainment next eunuay evening
to be loiiowea py a nop.
Robert Bowles was arrested last
night for malirionsly rutting Bill Mul
ligan with a knife, indicting a sash
acioes the nose and cheeks. The
wounds are not dangerous.
The buinets boom continues,
and cotton merchants are kept bust
ling tin order to meet the rapid in
crease of their business. Kverr cotton
factor in Memphis reports an increase
over last year s Dudnes.
The joint discusctou to take place
at the Eapos t'on Building tonight be
tween James I'helan, the Democratic
standard bearer, and the Hon. Zach
Taylor, the Republican candidate,
-will doub'.leus draw a large crowd.
An imps riant meeting of the
Woman's Christian Temperance
Union will be held this evening at
their rooms at 3 o'clock at 273 Mnln
3treef. By order of the president,
Mrs, J. C, Johnson.
The following marriage licenses
weregran'ed yesterday: R. L. Strat
ton and Mrs. Daisy M. Steele. Joseph
Kern and Mis;KoeUe Dubgcb, J. U.
HENKEN ft CUXPANT.
Special Announcement Today.
Today we dicplny additional nov
Ladles' and 1'liildrou'H Cloaks. '
600 All Wool Newmarket, $9.
150 KuBian Circulsrs, $1 1 50, splen
did quality, worth $1(1.
250 Astraclian Short Wrnpi, $8 50,
100 elegant wai numi wraps, I u r-
trimmcil, $10 to V-').
50 choice imported Hhort Wraps,
$35 lo $05, worth $0 to $100
1000 Astraclian Jackets at $5, worth
f 8 50.
500 Astraclian Jack eta, tailor made,
JO 50, WOltbJiO.
Now is the time to got your
Cloaks. You can gut a selection
now that can't bs had later, and
prices were never so low ai wj are
COME EARLY COME TODAY
Camel's Hair Underwear.
Everybody should use the genu-
nine Camel's Hair Underwear;
warmer than wool or silk, pleas
antor to the touch, and much more
1000 pairs White and Colored Bed
ii an nets,
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
MENKE1 ft CO PAST.
O. lln.lirn.. Mo
I W illimuaon.Tenn 1 rinnay, Arc
w urimn, lenn
A Hall. Ark
W Smith, N V.
W. II. BINQBAM Minhie.
European plan. Knlamed and refnrnlihad.
Prioti aocordina ii ute ana loca
tion of roomi.
J C Smith, 111
Mr llolmei. La
J I) Chapline, Ark
R W llnley. Mini
R (1 Oliver, Ark
II ISUuer, Mi8i
L M Buivott, Mill
J L 1 1 iry , lonn
II A hmllh, t.-nn
j K Calhoun, Tenn
Mif Walker, lenn
l M handerii, mim
J W Little. K
T II Wattemon, Ark
W Hhielei, Mill
K Book, Ark
.1 Mnhone, Mi'i
Mini M Kina. Tenn
J M Morrii, i'enn
J W Molnvalo, Mitl
R A Chapman, Ala
B O llawkim, Mill
L J McUnintm, lenn
W K Alexander, Ala J A MoWilliama, Ala
O W Hherrell, Ala
C K hherrell, Ala
W Clycook, Ala
P I, Thornton, Tenn
M W Khoaden, Ark
DC Worrell, Tonn
A I) Kiirl, La
J R Miller, Ark
P .1 Cnliuian, Ark
C N RK(can Aw, Mo
F P Collina, Mini
H Barber, Ark
R titurdivant. Mini
S I, Itioieley, Mist
W H lloiln, Mini
P Youniblood, Dak
C F Wriicht, Tenn
7, Wearer AI, Mill
R Hubbard, Tenn
R McKinney, MiM
K M Perry 4i, Mill
Mm 'lhomal, Mill
O W Wilaon, Tenn
J Kminoni, Mo
T P Fanner, Tex
B Woodman, Mill
J II Miller, Ark
B W Bedford. Mill
0 M Kioe, N V
w s J arret t, lenn
fine Watch repairing at Malford'a.
Monsters. 76 Feet
MiMrms, Tann ,OetoberS8. I wish
to teetily that today Dr. M. Ney Smith
relieved me of two monster tape
worms. Tnev were each over seventy-
five feet in length and both heads
were intact. It only required one
nineiy-nve minutes lor the treat
ment, joum't. kdhn.
Mr. Kuhn is a prominent merchant
and planter of Koaedale, Hits lit,
8mith can be consulted at No. 72 Mad
ison street for a few more days.
Dyeing nutl ('learning;.
Ladies and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Reigel, 68 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn, Goods received by express.
A B Khorrell. Ala
E A Sorkwolf, Ala
W Leonard, Tenn
P, J Koilh, Ark
J C Humphrey!, Tenn
W T Amlornoii, Tonn
8 D l-'indley, Mill
O A Smith. Minn
R G Han-iron, Miel
W K Martin, Mill
W T Werner. Ark
S M Plant, Ala
K Weaver, Mini
W A tlurnell, Tenn
11 11 Kllii. Dak
T K Hill, Tonn
W Brady Aw, Tenn
7, K Welch. N 0
K M McCorbon, Mini
mn uom, mini
K A Foster, Tenn
T A Hamilton, Tenn
T Loeb, Ohio
C T Kirby, La
W (libboni, Mill
W II Burnell, Tenn
0 W Jonei, lenn
L I) Thomi-inn, Tenn
J Krleiella, Tenn
J Feriaion, Mitl
JAMES M. OOOOBAB.
I CLtBK. E. J. CABBIKGTOJI.
vwm ww waa
No. 319 MAIN STREET jnivTit-xaaa,
ii now complete, and we Invite the Merchanti vilitint Memnb.ii
Onr Eaitern made goods cannot be mrpaised by
. . . . , .4 l i J I :
r0, Fall and Winter Btock of BOOT AID HOES-th. larw.t in tal. : .k. . anon. oJ-JJ" WViVllmor, than'."; oth
Ii now compiew, ana wa invue me mercoaui.. vmimi -r"; r, "" mTi.ntavidenoe that our aoodi and pneei are latiilaotory to
hnnio h. and narhai.i mora than anv houte ouih o the Ohio river, ii lampianieviaanas ' f,.,e n.. i.;...,j-f
i u.v.. .unu " j 1 ... ...... . j ; i. .. .hHia, i,.n. nnnR.T V:.i, diiolh. ivrii.imnaiiri.
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iiie ir.u, .iiii oiijf "'" ""I.-.- i.,.:i.i..,..1.i.
Kid, Uoat ana taii, Deiiaei m large mnw oi ""
Dittman A Co.'i Ladies
L Ah i
LOOK HOW YOU VOTE
THE QUESTION OF
IS THE MOST IMPORTANT ISSUE.
Work diligently to secure legislators pledged to submission.
It is not the desire of the TEMPEIUSCE 1.EAGUE to pl.ace
new candidates in the Held, if the ones now presented will pledge
tiiemselTes to Vote for Submitting the Temperance Question to
the People, who should have the right to vote on this question.
We claim that public sentiment is now in favor of tem
perance; as the late published report of the liquor Dealers'
Association states, they favor Temperance and arc opposed to
WE ALL KNOW that the manufacture and use of alcoholic drinks is the greatest evil of the country; that
the traffio enslaves women, wrecks manhood, injures pnblio and private service, peoples prisons, breeds paupers
and criminals, Ind S ENORMOUS BURDENS OF TAXATION; destroys capital and ruins
labor and prevents many a man from having a good home of his own.
Tne Temperance League requests everybody to work for the best interest of our State and regardless of personal
preferences, to vote for candidates who have pledged themselves, as below, to vote for SUBMISSION, remem
bering that if we fail now we are barred for six years by law. W ork while you live.
J. C. JOTINSOX, Secretary Temperance League.
W. J. S5IIT1T,
T. A. HAMILTON,
J.BI. Gill FIT?,
JOHN T. SPEAK,
K. II. HIDEOUT,
W, A. FIELDS,
Importer and Daaler la
Sana, riablDK Two! ut Nporta
men's Snppllea. aor Special attention
liven to MANUFACTURING and RB
PAIBTNn. -a ' , , ,
Naw Orlbans, La.. October 28.
Nlcbi Arrived: City of Nt.hee.8t
Louis, kibe returns during the night'
Cincinnati, 0.,Octoler 28. Niaht '
River 3 feet 5 inches on tbe sanae and
rising slowly. Weather sloudy and
riTTSBrito, Pa., October 28. Night
River 5 feet 10 inchei on the gauge
and falling slowly. Weather cloudy
Lodisviu.i,Kt., October 28. Night
River 3 feet in the canal and 11 inches
on the falls and stationaty. Business
dull. Weather cloudy and cool, with
Br, Locifl, Mo., October 28. Night
River risen 3-10 feet, and stands 7 9-10
feet on tbe gauge. Weather clear and
warmer. No arrivals or departures of
Caibo, III., October 23. Night
River 4 feet on the gantre and falling.
Weather cloudy and cold. No arriv
als of regular packets. Departed:
City of Cairo, Vicksburg, 1 p.m.
Mrs. J. H. Slater, teacher of Ger
man, Oayoso Hotel.
P. M. Stani.by, funeral director and
embalmer, 65 Madison street.
Dr. R. K. Bollinoton, surgeon
dentist, 357 Main. Telephone 7C8.
Miss Carru M. Kkatino, pianist,
may be found at the Uayoao Hotel.
8. K. Tbibbiy & Co.'s Mas'.odon
Dime Show is said to be the best cheap
price show on the road.
Thi Herbal Chill Oure. tho best
tnniA.nrf .f,,i.nrtndia known. A oertain
and iur oare for chilli. Price 11 per bot
tle. Send itampi for oireulara. Any
trenca ilxen. Aaarwi jonn u
G. W. Millbb A Co., Paten Aabeatot
Fire Proof Roofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. Ho.
Madison street '
Ws have sold an interest in our
business to J. D. Danbury and will
continue to do business at the old
stand, 202 Front street, under the firm
name ol Lord, Diehl & JJanDury.
LORD & DIEHL,
All authorities agree that the milk
of a healthv mother la the best food
ffir an Infant. Nest to this, and con
taining all the element for perfect
nutrition, la Mellin's Food, which,
after a long test, Is highly indorsed by
promiuent medical men.
Order "Mnltord Made Mortal.
Tub Chesapeake and Ohio snecial
train arranged to leave Membhis Oc
tober 30th at 7 o'clock a.m. for the
Dyersburg Fair has been charged to
leave at 7:30 o'clock this (Friday)
evening, October 2Uth. Special coaches
will be attacneu to regular train leav
ing October WKh at 10 e'clock a.m. for
those going that day.
SUdSllTrwr at Uulford' P. M.
Stnlfbrd. Jeweler. 81)4 Main,
llclts orders from the conutry.
Advertising' Spaces for Rent.
on the fence surrounding B. Lowen
stein & Bro.'s new building, Main and
Jeflereon streets, by Hook & LaUnn,
Apply at once.
Monogram llauglea Malford
Alabama Splint Coal.
rATTERSOJ H CO., AfCBtSt
Something for Gentlemen
p.i.nt leather Dreaa Gnltera,
wltU Blaok SiU TrimeaU Tops,
..w hnl.am ana alyllah,
. - -
ii.. nihrr Nobby ana
Drewa ana Walhlna Shoe of tha
flneat qnalltlaa and beat worn
aynr aaaortment in every De
partment la now eomplete, and
uti We can lit
every root and salt every tante
FOR THE LADIES
We bave provided Itae latea and
bandaomeat atylea of IlreMSHp
i. all kkades of Batln,
rreneta Hid, Bron.e and Eleetile
Boya'. Mia..' nd Children'.
Dri and school Shoes la endleaa
ZELLNEtt & CO.
300 Main St.
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID TP CAPITAL, ::::::: $100,000
Zntereat Paid on X3eroatlte.
OPEH SATURDAYS USUI. 7 O'CLOCK P.M.
M. U. K1TZEKBF.RUEB, President. I. KATZKKBEKUfcK. tasnier.
BOABD OF DIBECTORS.
NAP0LK0N HILL. JOHN A. DENIE. A. 0HEN, J. f. BISCOE. ,
W.H.CARROLL. J. W. BCH0RR. T. F. I0BIS. A. B. MhYERS.
Deviled Craba, Shrimp,
Salmon, Freeh Can Maeherel, v
Brook Tront, Oysters,
Mackerel In Tomato Catanp,
aan.PteklMby h.al.d Jr
Pickled Onions, Hot RelUb,
Wooater Sance, Tomato Catanp,
Capere, Mnntard, Carry Powder,
Salad Itreaalna, Uvea, Olive Oil.
Cream Ck' ee. Celery Sance,
Celery ., Kie.
J. T. BUCKHAM tfc CO.
JUST RECEIVING AND IS STORE,
1,000 bags IVew Crop (Season 1886), KIo Coffee.
3,000 kegs iron and Nteel Nails best brands.
1,000 barrels HeUned Sufcar all grades.
lOO barrels New Crop (Neason 1886), Ulce.
1,500 pkgK. Leaf and Itetlned Lard.
ISO Heroes Canvassed Hams. i
lOO boxes Breakfast Ilaeon.
1,000 bags Shot, Powder and Caps.
1 OOO boxes Canned Uoods, Nardines, Oysters, Ete.
1,000 bxs. pure New Cream Cheese Mlver Moon llrand.
1,000 bagsliand-plt ked Virginia and Tennessee Peanut i.
Mannfactnrers or the celebrated brands of SlXa
TEB MOON and MEMP1II Pnre Stick Candy, and Baking
Importers of Foreign Fruits, Lemons. Orangey
Balslns, Nnts, Etc
Nos. 284 and 28G Main Street. : Memphis, Tenn.
COAL. COAX. COAL.
830 Second Street SSO
AMD KKNIUCKX COAL.
760 TELEPHONE 76
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Imnnrtan and daalart In S,lmna.
nlllon and Fiahlac Tackle, Bnlldera'
Mardirare, Kleetrte Belle aad Am
anelatoralor Hotaliand R.ild.noa,SB
Main street, Memphis, Tenn. Kleotril
lapplist alwari ea band. Kapalrtai Beatll
J. F. II0LST & BR0.
(SUCCB8S0BS TO U. H. HOIST 4 BBO.
BATal BEMO TED TO '
Ho. SMI SKC05D ST MEMPHIS.
AIULL and sompl.ta itoek of Wood and
M.tallio Oaiu and Caak.U, Cloth-Cov-rd
CMk.ti and Bar'.al Robai alwari oa
hand, oar Orders by telacrapli prcmpUf