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HilLRO.D TIHE TABLE.
TlMl-alpP IVslley Roate (L. . .
x. Ky.) Traint on this road mo m fol
l.wa: Naw Orlsana fat mall, daily, l.avai
a" : p m.t Vicssbors .iprs.i. daily.
Llnl t 9:16 a.m. Naw Orlenna fiat mail,
Saily. arrival :10 a.m.t Vickaburs ax
srsaa, daily, arritat at o :5 p.m.
Mississippi and Tennessee. -Train a
BOTt at lollowa: NawOrleana mail arrival
4tUy at :25 a. m. 1 laavaa daily at 6 :U0 P m.
Mcwpsrl Krwuaad Mlulwlppl Val
ley ,Traina son M lollowa: Fait ;lna
leaVea at 10:110 a.m.t til. Lonli fut lina
lsarai nl 5:1 p.m. i Kat lina arrive, at 1:30
, bt. Louia fait lina arriTsa at -.05 a.m.
Louisville and Ibaaiivllle Train
Btnra a fcllnwi: Pant mail arrival daily at
ft'Wa.m.: laavaa at 10:10 p.m.! mail laayoa
4aily at 10:10 a.m.) arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brewn'villa acooutniodatiom laavaa daily
aioapt Sunday, at 6:00 p.m.; arrival daily,
siMCt Sunday, at 8 :50 a. ui. (tundard time).
Hair Rotate (Kunsns City, Nprlnat
rid and Memphis) Tralna leave M. and
T dapot ai follow! t No. 4, Kanaai City ax
preaa, leavai at 10:45 a.m. I No. 3, Kaniai
City eiprana. arrival at SaflO p.m. tin. 8,
Kaaaaa City mail, laavaa a!8:() p.m.t No.U,
Kaniai City mail, arrival at : a.m. no.
I. St. Loaii knd Chioao axweaa, leavai at
prwi, arrival at 8:45 a.m. In effeot Sunday
nova as follown Through aipreaa laavai
aauy ai in: p., !"
AUy a 4:OW a.m. DUHIflrTIH POTUIUHIWu
tion laavai daily, aioept Sunday, at 5:90
.oa. Thronsh eipreas arrival dally at B :2ft
I. a. Mall and aiprail arrival dally at 1C :0
p.m. Boaarvllla aooommodatioa arrival
naliy, anospi Duaaay, ai .ui.
. . 1 1 a : u i . T ( n . mm, u
follawn Na.l laavai Mamphu dally at 8:46
d,i arrival at uony cprinn ay o;jo f-"";
No. I laavai Holly dnrinaa daily at :
a. an., arrival ai rasmiimi v iw.iw -laavai
Mamphii daily nt 7:15 p.m., arrival
at uony cpriDsi av 11 1 p.m. , ....... .
Dolly b'prlnn daily at 1:15 a.m., arrival at
jn.mnnia at o:ao a.m. .
Memphis and Little laoeaa. Tralna
mava ai follow! (oantral itandard time);
Mo. 1 laavai daily at 4 iiaV p.m.i arrival at
l.m. No. S leavai at 5 :55 a.m.: arrival
at 1 1(0 a.m. No. ft (fraiirht) leavai Bopaneld
dally (aioapt Sunday) at 6:U0. a.m.i arrival
St 1 ;iw .-m
Ft Alubmma and ifiuiuippi: Fair
VMsa7isr; nwthtrly windi, becoming aart
all; ilightly varmAr,
Far ArUmtot: Fair wathtr ; variahli
windi, grntrallv eatlerly; tliijhtly warmer.
Tar Tnntuet and Kentucky: . Fair
walker; noHhweilerly vindi, becoming
variable; $HgM) warmer.
10:00 p. m
Bar. Tiier. Wind.
80 214 37 0 W.
B0.210 (13 0 N.W.
30.201 fiOO N.W.
"Ilxluirim .umpenture, (i:t.0.
Minimam teruprrature, JD.u.
Oime, 11 .m., 0.
" Ka.ofa.ll, 0.00.
Ha tke Valaoa Rxfloa.
8ionai. Skktici, U. 8. Ahmt.'I
Ooiodci xi, 188U o p.m.
Div!(ion t f tolecrnms and reports for
the oeDcSt oi coiamerro and aurloul
tnre. Cotton rexion hullcun lor tm
twentv-loarhonr Bonding October 29lb
a Ku K P
M-MPHWDU- gg-gB g
iwip. i I p I j
Memphii (15 30 .00
KaahylUe 60 45 .00'
t Grand Junction.. 64 33 .00
Oorlnlh- 64 38 .00
traaotmbia 64 31 .00
t Decatur 63 20 .00
Hcottaboro 60 33 .00
BtttMTlU 63 35 .00
Barnando. 62 ... .CO
tarenada 63 28 .00
tArilnjrron 64 28 .00
tBrownavllle 64 31 .00
tUllM 64 34 .00
tParla 62 20 .00
10oTiBRton 4 31 .00
tOranbanr 63 20 .00
tOollvar U6 31 .00
Hollr Ppringf-... 62 35 .00
tOtalordl.. 64 34 .00
Rama 1197 652 .00
llsana 63 32 .00
' Killlm froit iFroit.
prprt a hand-oma atone ana iron
block on the site within the nextaix
monthi. Tbo building cn HtieiDy
atreet ioat completed by blm cdui
Drm nf triA mnlu of tar Xo. 30
f the Citinena' line had one of lis
foot caught in the ftog at the junction
of Hadison and Second atretta ytaler
da7 and wae Tery bad'y iciorfd. itt
withstanding Ih a, ana mat lie w
very lme. tno inuuman uuvki
whipped bim and mcdu him go on u s
long trip nor'h instend of releasing
him to be sont t3 the "table. The by
standers wtre grea ly ontiaed and
several t f thtm threatened to repou
him to the Pocitty lor the l'reyention
cf Ciuelty to Animals, lie ongbt to
be severely punished.
i .nwiia vnnno man wantinff m
appointment to the Kast Tenncs.ee
Unlversny, Anomvuie, uioy uuw
tame by applying at the basement
of lice at No. 4i Madison street.
a vr T.llv kn T J. Ttliam. lot 1
A. Wright's subdivision, east side of
Ravhurn avenue. 60x180 feeticonnd-
eration, f 1750.
(J. A. Hill to J. P. Bykes, patt of lot
0, block 41, plan of Booth Memphis;
J. P. Sykes et ai. to D. D. Thomas,
107x300 feet east aide of St. Martin
street; consideration, $1900.
v Vtrana , nr . tmst deed to se
cure Mrs. B.E Paim in the snm of
I'iCO to R. J. Black as trustee, 60x109
fet west side Jarose atreet.
XV V Wrnl,lnriiliH nt nl. to T.SW-
rence Biinpson, 72 feet front on Kay
1 .f 1 a hi At
burn avenue, anu oeing iui iiu. 1,
conaideration, 1 500.
Lait day of the fall meeting.
The Grand Jury met yesterday,
Yesterday wai lovely ens for
There 'are forty-six prisoneis in
the County Jail.
The Congressional campaign
closes tcuay at Maaon.
An uninteresting case occupied
the Circuit Court U day yesterday,
License to marry was Issued yes
terday to Lindsay Brown ana J ana
A number of loafers were ordered
to leave town by Presldont Uadden
A Tmt Uagdalen, by Bortha Clay
It is one of ht-r butt. Price, 20 cents
tor ra'e at Mansion! a.
The friends of Mr. Phelan are de
termined tbat so brilliant a canvaBS as
he has made shall end in a rousing
The munio of the horn of th
Tally-ho. which bag enlivened Madi
son street for the paat weak, will be
mussed alter louay.
The Phelan and 6helby County
Democratic LJlub holds a meeting at
the Courthonss tonight at 7 :30 o'clock
harp. It alnuld be a rousing one In
every sense 01 the word.
The Democrat- are waking up to
a realisation of the neceaeity for warm
and earneat wo k next luesday, and
very man who U able to walk should
te at trie pons on mat aay.
A furniture factory is talked of.
Union City baa two extensive con
corns, one of them owning its own
mills, aiwing ita own luniDur and em.
ploying first ana last aoaui ouu men.
Judge Walker, representing the
city, and Gen. Luke Wright, fur the
delendant, left for Washington last
niiht to attend the Supreme Court.
where the diummeis' tax case is to be
It Is provable that Mr. F. II. Cos-
Blt,o(JNer Eora,wno owns me oiu
Gall koaae, oa the corner of Main and
eale street, via imt 11 aown ana
IT IS A KNOWN FACT
Has the largest and best assort
GENTS' DRESS AND BUSINESS
Of Scotch Cats'morts, Cheviot! and
CorkEciews, ranging from $10 and
Gents' Light and Heavy Weight
Overcoats not to be beat in Styles
Keeps the nobbiest YOUTHS'
SUITS, In va riety of Styles and Ma
terials, equal to merchant tailor
make. Come and look at our
prices 19 and upward.
Takes particular attention in select'
Ins their BOYS' SUITS, and keep-
ins In view to lult the times, we
will sell a Boys' Long Fanla Suit
for 15 and upward.
OAK II ALL.
CHILDREN'S SUITS are not to
compare with any other house in
the city In Durability and variety
of Patterns not to be excelled at
the low figure of $3 60 and op
Parents and Gturdiana, will find
it to their interest before purcbas
ing to examine our Htock, at
OAK HAIL CL0I1I1HU HOUSE,
251 MAIN STREET,
Oppoaite Odd-Fellowa' Hall.
SOL UALLE, Proprietor.
AP PEAL-S AT UltD AY, OCTOBER 30, 1886.
MESikEX k COMPANY.
n . TV II
A BEAUTIFUL START AND
AN EXCITING FINISH.
Grand Special Kale
BEADY MADE 0ABSESTS.
Cloaks for Ladies!
Clothing for Gentlemen!
Buy your Cloaks now, ladiea;
voa will find better selection
- . . ni i i
ill an ater. we are ouennr 1111-
mente bargains in Ladies7 and
Children's uioaxs ana rbbuj-
Lock at out S7 50 Short Wraps.
Look st our $5 00 Jackets.
Look at oar 19 00 Circulars.
Look at our $15 00 Wraps.
GENILEME5 AND BOYS.
Today we place on sale
100 Satin lined Overcoats (gentle
men; a' iBio
7K VlAuunt l)rRH Hnitu at 829.
500 All wool Business Suits at $10
300 Oveicuats at $7 60 lo $20.
At $12 60, Youths all wool extra
line I uits, Vi to is yearr, reai
At $10, One lot fine Corkscrew
riuits, knee pants, to n yea,
va ne 14.
Also, choice lot of BOYS' OVER
COATS at ?e 6V.
W. Viavn thit biff ot stock of
Men's. Youths' and lioya Uloltiing
in the city. We have the neweat
and the best always
AT CORRECT PRICES.
LADIES', (JESTS' & CHILDREN'S
Hand made Shoes, every pair wr-
i i fn ......
ranieu. i'j uur
Ladles new Kid Shoes. $1 89.
Hoys' Calf Shoes a' $1 85.
Men's Calf Shoes, $3.
KEBP WARM, AY0ID CHILLS!
Buy the renowntd
Camel Hair Underwear.
Nothing like it, no'hiog equal to
it. Beats sheep's wool, silk and all
other textiles. Ask for GenU',
Ladies' and Children's
Camels Hair Underwear.
We have the genuine. There are
imitsiinna of this, as there are of
all excellent articlea; but there is
a way of testing the counteneit.
For instance, there is no genuine
Foster Kid Glove without Foster's
facsimile inside the glove, tbus:
Neck and Keck forn the Half-
Mile Post to the Judge's
ThoUargalns at the MisfltCIoth-
ing Parlors Tass Under the
Wire Several Lengths
WARMING LT-It is now time
to think of Fall and Winter Cloth
ing. Before starting the race the
horses are warmed np to bring every
muscle into action. ' To think before
you buy is to warm up the pockete.
The lowprioes at the Misfit Clothing
Parlors make it warm for competi
STEADY NOW I GO I In the
race for trade the MitGt Clothing
Parlors are . away in the lead. We
are not handicapped with ready
made or job-lot goods, hut our speed
.boots are Custom-made ' Clothing,
bought at Half its Actual Cost, and
sold at Half its Actual Value.
WINNING TK K SWEEP
STAKES Hundreds of Beautiful
CuBtom-made SuiU at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors-Suits.; that are
stoady goers and warranted not to
shy or break Suits that will stand
wear and give good satibfa 3tion.
CAPTURING a 1. 1. the PURSES.
We sell you Custom-made Suits and
Fall Overooats Cheaper than you can
buy ready-made. For Good Cloth
ing, at Low Trices, we lead in the
race. In Prices we are the Favor
ites Against the. Field.
Fa Fa MEYER, e'y ant Xreaa.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Hob. 2S0 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS," .TENS'..
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
Saddles. Harness, Collars,
saiIiEi:y haudwabe anu leathek.
Has- fcPECUL PRICES U Railroad ant Levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness.
JAMES H. SOOOBAB,
WH. I. CL&RK, E. J. JAKBISOTOW.
F. O. JONES.
. . . wtiiTS. TF.!V1VESSEE.
-0a, Fall and Wtnt.r Btook of BOOT AW1 HOE-th. larae, la fhta m.rka LuJmi Jjg. fo S!SL
i. now oomplatj. and wa Invitatha Morchant. vi.it.ny M.mphia to oal t Jtdsnoi f "hit o? a ooi and price, ara .atiilaotory to
hou.a h.ra, and p.rbapi mora than an, hou.a on h ot a Oh 1p 'Jj- uj?fie' 200"" oo. Hooker 6alf Bootd, Krippendorf.
the trade. W. Kill carry a Urgs lint of CUSTOM-MADE OOD.l. jnaiadinf tM W"? 1 00d, cannot he aarpaated b
Dittman k Co. a Lad ea' Kid. (ioat and Call, baaidei a largs variety of other makea. Aaattrn ma j a ro. a.aiT.
any hnq.e. Give ua a call.
262 Second Street,
Opp. Conrt Sqiare, Memphis, Tenn.
Open evenings until 9 ; Saturdays.
until 11. "i
N.B. Remember, all alterations to
insure a Perfeot Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE, by a First-olass Tailor
in our Parlors. .
Than . Imitation brands and
various crooked ways of dodging
the iEsae, but as a matter oi mvw
true as 2 and 2 are 4, no house in
Memnhls fells Foster's Genuine
MEM EH ft COMPANY.
IB BSMOTItl) BY TrtS CBS (if OOOOABIIfS,
And it etiinnlF.tee and promote id
ornwt h of tlm liir.
unmet; s x lavormu r.x' ts. am
Another QuaUe ot. ltt.
D. II. Ita'dwln A Co.. muslo dpalera.
will be found on the 1st at No. 2!8
Becond street, (halting first clas3
pianos and organs down to second
clats prices, tiere you win "uu
Decker Bro.'s and other pianos, Estey
and other organ, on eame terms they
odor in their Uinclnnatt, ixjumvuie
and Indianapolis houses. VV.T. Miller,
whoae fair ualing lias won lor nun an
enviable reputation, will be foand
there, raily lo give you a new piano
at $25 cash and $8 per month, and an
organ at f 10 cash and fii per montu.
Ha has an eve to business. Oome to
see him, but don't rush. lie comes
tO Stay. D. H. BALDWIN CO.
fine Watch reoairtaat at Bilfbrd'e.
v A Piiin Vn. fin Union street.
m Inal. mpaIvhiI s rar nf arnod Ken
tucky saddle and harness horses. Also
a lot of improved 'lexas mares.
Order uHnlfrd Made Medal.
Advertlslna' Hoaces for Rent.
on the fence surrounding B. Lowen-
. . ... . ..... . ; 1
stein a uro. a new ouiuung, main nuu
Jeflereon streets, by Hook A LaOrill.
Apply at once.
Mulfnrd, Jeweler, m Main, ao
IJclU orders from the country.
Alabama Splint Ooal.
P. M. rATTEBSQ?! A CO., Agents.
Honogriam Itanulfiai Malford
A Drunlitra Ktory.
Mr. Isaac O. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes ns: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balsam 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 bnt to praise Its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest efiecta. I
have UBed it in my own family for
many years; In fact, always have
liottfe lu the medicine oloeet ready for
Solid llTrrn are at Milliard"
Mrs. J. II. Si.atkr, teacher of Ger
man, Gayoso Hotel.
T. M. Htanlky, funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Alailison street,
Db. R. K. Bulmnoton, surgeon
dentist, U57 Main. Telephone 7ti3.
8. K. TwunaT & Co.'s Mastodon
Dime Hhow is Bald to be the best cheap
prico tliow on tlio read.
MO OO.-S. llinson, dentist, No.
27U Ma n stroet. E. Bjlger awintaiit.
Call and gat a new But of teeth lor SO,
Miss Upton is now at 402 Shelby
streot. southoRBt corner oi McUall, op
posite the Gayoao Hotel, prepared to
make arches in tne mivst nyius. uoou
work and reasonable prices.
Thb Herbal OhlU Cure, the beet
LOOK HOW YOU VOTE
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19 D H I H HIE1 Hid W III i 1 ST MW IT O B
Wllhv I III llOM I - Vm y LIVIULilGi fi.
tat fcSTjW a W ssaai w w J - - - .
THE QUESTION OF
IS THE MOST IMPORTANT ISSUE.
Work diligently to secure legislators pledged to submission
It is not the desire of Hie TEMPEBANCE LEAGUE 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, who should have the right to vote on this question.
We claim that public sentiment is now in favor of Tem
perance; ns the late published report of the Liquor Dealers
Association states, . they iavor Temperance and are opposed to
WE ALL KNOW that the manufacture and use of alcoholio drinks is the greatest evil ot the country; that
preferences, to vote for candidates who have pledged themselves, as below, to vote lor bLBMIbblOW, remem
bering that if we fail now we are barred for six years bv law. W ork while you live.
I T E ill PERAJltli
Importer and Dealer la '
Jans, FIstiloK Xin'hle ant Nort
mvm'a Sinppllos. mr Spsoiai attention
(Ivan to MANUFACTURING and KB
41 A at tat n M 1H em nliln. Tenn
Tm. Rlfl.T nr Ra
aor:.tor i( made at
tonloauJ autl-iverlodlo known. A aertuiu
.nd aura aura for ohilra. Prioatl Der bot
tle. Sen 'I atnmif for otroulr. Any ref-
Ir.noa alien. Adilreia John 0. Huokar,
irnobbarc. V a.
G. W. Mili.bb & Co., Paten Aabeatoe
Fire Proof Koofers. For durability,
Aoiislnil Vt nntia 1 Tasis4 An an n r! eVTar.
rUniC.a U i UUilD UBOU.VU TTUUU lAISa
iron, felt and gravel roofd. No. 66
Wi have sold an interest in our
business to J. D. Danbary and will
continue to do business at the old
stand, 202 Front street, under the firm
name ot l)rd, JLhebl & Dan bury.
LORD A DIBQL.
All authorities agree that tbe milk
ot a healthy mother is the best food
... . Infant N..I tit Ikl. an A
tainlng alt the element for perfect
nutrition, is Meuins food, wulch,
alter a long test, is highly indorsed by
prominent meaicai men.
Sir Jambs Paobt, piesident British
Medical Association, lays that 70,000
deaths are annually caused by nervous
diseases in f.nglanil, ana that there is
no more powerful and efiectual nerva
tmlc than Liebig Co.'s Cocoa Beef
Tonic is evidenced by the emphatic
testimony of the most eminent physi
cians. For malaria, debility, sick
head c tie, ayBpepti, montniy sutler
ing and bilioues it is Incomparable.
Thb ueuil treatment of catarrh Is
very unsatisfactory, ns thousands of
derpairing patients cm testify. On this
point a trustworthy medical writer
says: "rroper local treatment
is positively necessarv to success.
but many, if not most of the
remedies in general uee by physicians
atlord but temporary benefit. A cure
certainly cannot be expected from
nuft, powders, douches and washes."
Ely's Cream Balm is a remedv which
combines tbe important requisites ot
quick action, sped Ho curative power
with perfect safety and pleasantness to
i.r la ne
atrument th oon-
ttnnoua atream oi
masllna tKvnt1arn ihtt
ntrtai nnit rsltor
them to health? otjon. Do hot eon ton nd
.11 lit- I A tu Ta I tr,m tks flPJ
1. . Pnr ir An lata. vlvlnv full
BformfclHon. addnu Chevr hleo'rlo veil
On.. IPS Wwhlntrtnn nXrtmt. rhrmw , 111
L Oi.tnW 20 Kieht
KiverS feet In tne canal ana juincms
on the falls and stationary. Business
fair. Weather cloudy and cool.
Oaibo, III., October 29. Sight
Kiver 4 feet on trie gauge ann Btu""
Wsillur nlaar anH rold. No ar
rivals or departures of regular packets.
8t. Loom, Mo., October 5!i.-in-
Kiver naen i-iu ieei, aou rau"
feet on the gauge. Weather dear and
warmer. No arrivals or departures of
KVAJavtr.i.K Tun.. OfltnberM. Noon
Kiver 1 loot 6 inches on the gauge
and s ationarv. the lowest bi-ko
reached for years. Weather warmer
thermometer 4H to oo ,
Advice to Mother.
Mrs. Wlnslow'e Boothing Syrup
olinnl.l atwaira h tised when children
are" cutting teeth. It relieves the little
snflereraatonce; It produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright a a button.' It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothes the
l.;u tlm mini a. allavl all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhnxa. whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty'
five cents A bottle.
W. J. SMITH,
T. A. HAMILTON,
JOHN T. SPEAK,
11. II. HIDEOUT,
W, A. FIELDS,
J. C. JOHNSON, Secret ary TempcraTiC League.
Something for Gentlemen
o..nt i.asibor Dress Gaiters,
with Blsefc tlai rreia Tops,
very handsome anal alyllen, an.
i...ih KahbT and Htjliata
nnaa maid Walklnar Btooeai of the
finest qualities and hesi wor.
ga-Oar sjssortmeat la every -psrlraent
is bow eomplete, and
I..1. ! we can Bt
every foot and anlt every taste."
FOR THE LADIES
We have provided the latest and
haaadsonest styles of Bress Blip-
I. sail aktaSadtna nf SestlDs
rrcncti Ula, Branme and Klwti
as-The very bst qnallHes of
Boys'. Stlaaes' ana . - -
Dress and School Shoes la endless
ZELLNEi. & CO.
300 Main St. .
ECHANIGS SAVINGS BANK.
PAID TP CAPITAL, ::::::: 100,000
luteroait Fatd on Deposits,
OPEN SATURDAYS US 1 11. 7 O'CLOCK P.M.
M. II. KATZEKBERGER, President. 1. K1TZENBER6ER. Cashier.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
NAPOLEON HILL. JOHN A. DENIK. A. OHEN, J. H. BIBCOb, ,
WV 11. CARROLL, J. W. BCUOKR, T. F. TOBIN. A.8. MLYKR8.
Deviled Crabs, Shrlnsp,
Salaaos, Fresh Cam Mackerel,
Brook Trout, Oyster.
Maeherol la Tomato CaUap,
u t aanarMt PlAklaisu
Soar Plchles by the cat. Bad 1b Jara,
Pickled Onloas, Hot Bellali,
Wooster Sanre, Tomato Cataap,
Capers, Haatard. Carry Powder.
SaUad Dreaalaa, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Ckr se, Celery Bsaee,
Celery .,"., Ete.
J. Fa BUCKHAM & GO
JCST BKCEITIWa AHD IH STORE,
l,00O bags New Crop (Seiwon 1885), Rio Coflee.
3,000 keKB Iron and Steel Nails-best brands.
l.OOO barrels Ketlued Sns;ar-all (rrades.
KM) barrels New Crop (season lSO), Hloe. j
1,500 pkgs. Leal and Heflned Lard.
150 tierces ;anased Hauis.
IOO boxes Breakfast llacon. , ,
1,000 bajts Shot, Powder and Caps.
liiOOO boxes Canned Uoods, Sardines, le ,;.,
1 000 bxs. nnre New Cream Cheese Mlver Meon llrantl.
1 OOO baXnd-plcked Virginia and Tennessee Peannts.
Mannfaotnrcrs of the celebrated brands of SII
VF.It MOON aud MEMPIII Pure Stick Candy, and Baking
Powder. . w T a nna.
Importers 01 jr oreigu ituim, licmv, v.aUBv,
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Nos. 284 and 286 Main Street, ; Memphis, Tenn.
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AND KEHTUCKY COAL.
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