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RiOlOlD USE TABLE.
fla.lpp IVelley Rente (1
a.lp IVallry Ft (1. W. ' s
I T. K.) Ireini on thil road run ' t."
New Orle.rila.t mail, daily,
na
it 4:10 pm.i Viclcibar rre-i. J,':,;"
daily, arrival " ' jburr ex
pf.i, daily, arrive! et 5:45 p.m. Dl" "
IMduiPPi ..ee.-Tralni
i.lr : '" j, t 6:00 p.m.
new port aeweana tllmuiptti
ley Tralni move e .ellowai lut Una
Imtm at 1U0) !,? bt. Loali fut lln.
Warn at V "l erriv.i at 1 :30
p.n. 1 tit. Uu I" iU arnvee et tl :06 a.m.
Wl"l" "r.d Raabwllle-Tretna
r,m m follow t Fu,t mKi krrlTU daily ,t
ilie-n.i ei atieilOp.m.i mail leaves
dally at 10:1' , a.m. arrive at rJ0 p.m.
j)rowTvtii MoomoiodatioiD leave daily'
except payday, at 5:n0p.m. arrive! daily.
ex".ItSr.dav, t 8:60 a.m. (standard time),
dolf. Rnnx-IKaniMi I'llr.Nniinr-
a.sd.aad Mempnia) Train leave M. and
I. fa pot al folowu Mo. 4, Kansas City ex-
tifi, leave! at iv: a.m.i no, o, nania
city eipr.
iinn, arrive at smvi p.m. fo. it,
City mall. leave at 8 :00 p.m. ( Ho. XI,
K.ii ctt mail. Itm atS:O0 p.
iiiui City mail, arrive at 8:45 a.m. No.
I, Hu Louis and Chioaco axpre.i, leaves at
6KXi p.m.1 No. 1, Bt. LouU and Chloeioex
preei, arrival at tit a.m. 1b efleot bunday.
April IS. lbno.
enapbla and Charleetoa Tralni
mora u follow! i Thronah express leave!
dally at 10:40 p.m. Mail and express leavea
4.11. ai 10:00 a.m. Some ilia aooommoda-
Uoa leavei dally, except Sunday, at 5t30
a.m. Thraaia exnres arrWai daily at 6 :2ft
l.m. Mall and exprea arrive dally at 1C:80
S.m. Boiaerviii aeoommoaavtoa arrival
iiHot Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
HrnapBIa, klrtnlaaaana and Allan-
(to Holly Bprinxi Route Tralni mora a
follow! I No. 1 leavei Mem phi daily at 3:45
n.m. i arriTee at Holl Snrina-a at 6:5 D.m
He. I leav. Boll Bprlnii daily at :00
Holly ttprinas
at M.miihla at 1
An. i arrival at Memphii at 10:10 a.m. I no.
laayai Mamphli dally at 7:14 p.m., arrive
at Holly Hi'rlnii at 11:4ft p.m. I rto.e leavei
fiolly Sprinei daily at liU a.m.t arrival at
ni-mr.1111 at e:to a.m.
ISeaaobla and Little Book.-Tral
mova a follow! (sontral Itandard time) I
Ho. 1 laayai dally at 4:20' p.m. I arrival at
iM p.m. Ho. S laayai at 5:M a.m.: arrlrai
atlitOa.m. No. I (fraixht) laarai Hoixllold
daily (axoapt Bnaday) at 6:00, a.m.i arriyai
at 7:10 p.m.
THE WEATIIEE.
Ia)dlatlaaa.
For Alabama and Niuiuippi
vtallim; northerly windt ;
warmer.
; Fair
tliglUly
Wur'TamtuH and Louitiana: Fair
vt other; tariahU wxndi, gentrally eatlerly,
it iaMu varmrr.
For Arlantat: Fair weather j variable
trindi, becoming touthmtterly; tlightly
warmer. 1
tcoroloajUa,! Kporl.
MxurRii, TaiM., Ontobar 110, 1M6.
Time. Bar. Tner.
7:00 .m.30nR4 37.0
8:00 p.m. 30.331 0(10
10 :00 p.m 3I1.3H0 66 0
Wind.
W'tn':
N.W.
N.W.
N.W.
FORBT,
(III ar.
Clear.
Maxlmnm ti-mperatur, 0H.0.
Minlmnm iempnratare, 37.0.
Oinae, 11 a.m., 1.
Kainlall, 0m
la tba 4'ottsa atclon.
Sionai, Hirvici, U. H. Abut,'!
uaiouei uti, 1000 o p.m.
DlTlrirm of tolOftrams and reports for
tba baneat of coiauiorco and aricni
tnre. Cotton region bulletin lor the
twentv-fotir hour "finding October 30. b
IV V V V VTX F
msmphh DIB- ? S 5' 3 i B E
TBior. p?g j,?! &
Memnhia H 37 .00
NaebYitla 02 36 .00
tQraad Junction.. 00 33 .00
tOorlnth 85 ... .00
Tnwrjtnbll.- 67 34 .00
Deoatar ............ 62 3a .00
tootUi)oro. ....... 01 31 .00
BattM-ill 00 , 35 .00
Hernando....,.,,.. ...
Grenada-... ..- ... .
tA-rUngton 67 20 .00
tBrownaville 60 81 .00
Milan 00 29 .00
!ParU 65 26 .00
OoviDBton 63 30 .00
Dyersbirg. 67 27 .00
tBollvar 08 30 .00
Hollf Spring-... 00 39 .00
tOxiord. 67 32 .00
PnmB..... 1112 609 .00
Meana 65 32 .00
KlUlnx fruit t fruit.
,. dibtkiotb. sag-a- g.
Wllmlnjrton 62 38 .00
Cbarlee'on 01 83 .00
Augnsta 61 34 .00
Bavannab (it S7 .00
Atlanta. 02 32 .00
Montgomery 65 40 .0)
Mobil 0 85 .01)
NewUrloaui...... (0 84 .00
Galveston..- 76 52 .00
Vicksbiird 69 80 .
Little Rock- 00 SO .00
Memphis. 65 32 .00
Sumo... 788 450 .00
Mrana I H .00
IOlt.
CITY NEWS.
The Toboggan will not run today.
The racing ssaaon ended yester
dev. '
Tnefday will be election day an
orer tbe Bate.
Kats Oaatleton and Company ar
rive today from NashTllle.
A number of blcyolera will enjoy
a ran over the plkts today.
Bide for 100,000 cubic yarda of
Bolivar county laves will be opened
Monday week.
Thefrlnldfewlwhe ere trying tu
throw cold water1 on tbe Democratic
titket are meeting with very little suc
cess. - :
The Chickasaw Guards now have
tbe aacst elegant clubtoomaof any so
cial organisation in this part of tbe
country. ,
The Bethel Sewing School will re
open en the 16th of November. The
teachers will bs g ai to see all the old
scholars and as many new ones as
caja come.
- Everybody and his wife or sweet
. beart ia txpented ti visit tbe Women's
Exchange, No. 300 Second street,
' during tie evening of Novmber 2d.
Doors onea from 7 to 10:30 o'clock
p jo. Hocberge.'
Messm. P. H. Brooks and Nolan
Foataiae bavin declined to act aa execute-
of tbe will cf tbe late 11.
Farsnh-.im, the widow of the testa
tor bat been appointed sols executrix
and trus ee without bond. i
On Monday, November 1st, the
Citisens Street Kailioad Company will
commence to ran their yellow line
atraigbt through Second atreet, and
not go lata Madison street. Ala , ail
yelljwcrs mi 1 go direct to Elmwood.
Kemy 11. Meyer, tbe slayer of
Doanavai t, having sold all his f ami
fare and hooatold e fletta, lelt Thurs
day night tor t 'r, III., avcompnnUd
by his wife and c'eighter, Carrie, lis
leaves ed us debts behind him! among
other things bis rett bill.;
-Tha idea of bavlug two xsmpant
.rdiral whitM acd a pair ol rca-!
Hctonsly Ignorant dklp it rrpre
tentrhtiby county in the nextUen-
tral Aaeembly la not a piemni cno,
bnt eTf ry Democratic To'e will be ne
cetaary to prevent it on Taesday.
Poifon Crftr. by Linton; My
Valitorth't Diamond, by the Duchc;
7it beam of Conuqurncet, by Corn;
UUle Tupenny, by Ucnld ; all in cheep
form. Alio the Southern JIwomoc lor
November, at Manafjrxa B.ok and
Newn llonjo. Open until 1 o'clock
todiy.
The Coniessi"nl campaign
clcaed yesteidiy at Waeon, hon Mr.
1'helan made a apeecn, sam Dy mo
who were prf eent to have bf en even
mern Dnwerlul than hia addrras ol
Friday night, an cflort of which he
and tiie party have good reason to be
proud.
The report of Inspector Line lur
the month cf Oo obcr showa: eoro
and disabled hirees and mules re
lieved, 72; children looked alter, ;
hor.ei shot, 1 ; total, 77. rennas r
natrri. .14: found irailtr. 33: dis
charged, 1 ; persons indicted by grand
inry. 4.
The Preabvterv of MemnbiS will
hold an adjourned meeting in the
1 aderdale street unarcn aaonaay,
November 1st, at 2 o'clock p.m., to re
ceive a colored candidate undrr tbe
flare ol the Preabvterv. and to adopt
the memorial of tbe late Dr. W. U.
ltichardson.
8. L McDowell. Clark and Mailer
In Oancarv. who waa aDneinted by
the Chancer Ojnrt to take Droof and
report aa to the proper location ti a
college to be rrecUd under the will of
tbe late W. II. Bolton, has reported
in favor cf what Is known as the
Badge Field, on Mis. I't- s If cation,
near tbe junction ol me uoitou croai
roads.
Coroner Powel Dronnses to tret
the ritrht of a mail's rate fo hold an in
quest by virtue oi nis onme, cioimiDg
mat 11 IS ine bub rigut aim uuij ui
thu Coroner and his aienuty. when
ever tbev are within reaching ais-
tinre. Justice Flemins held one yet'
terday in Hoatb Memphis. Coroner
I'owtl; found it out and dlfpitched
Dnnutv Onrnner Barrv to sit on the
corpse, on the ground that he and bis
dmnty atone have the litfbt to act
when Ihey are within call. Whrn
Itarrv arrived at the scene he found
that tne lady bad been naried aud
nave ur the duett. Onrontr Powel
tr onuses to cut in bill lor the in
rjurst at tbe next meeting of the
L'ouuty Conrt and got a decision as to
bis rUhte.
The Plate Convention, held
v til. m ft ') ) I . .mil.
was well attended by delegates from
all parts ol the btite, wiin some rep-
maunlltUaa fmm nthAP Hlal.PH. TOnif'H
on d.ffirent branches oi the work I
-ere fully and ably dlBcubeed, acd
UiUCU UUU l.WUlJ'linuoMi " r' ' "
ceedingK, which are of much iutorekt
to ail members, will soon bepublirhed
for distribution. I( was decided to
employ a Htata secretary at once, for
which about $2000 waa subscribed, the
principal subscriptions as follows:
Nashville, 1500; Knoxville, $200;
CbatUno 'ga, $200; Memphis, $100; a
large numrter of $50 and lets. Mem
phis was selected for the meeting next
year. Mr. E. W. Wa kirs, represent
ing the International Committee, New
York, arrived in tbe ciiy yeiteulay
and will speak at the ball this after
noon. The meeting will commence
with song service at 3:30 o'clock this
afternoon, instead of at 4 o'clock, at
the hall, No. 207 Main street, and at
4 :30 o'clock the directors and members
will meet for a conference with Mr.
Watklns. Merchants, young men and
strangers ate cordially invited to visit
the new rooms, located in the Lse
Block.
The Suiril of the Fmrm baa the fol-
lowlcg'.to ev in its laaue of the 27ih
instant : " w itn tnis nam oer me puo
licatlnn of the Spirit of Ike Farm as a
separate Journal ceases. Hereafter It
will be consolidated wiintne rarmert
Home Journal, of LiuWvlile. The lat
ter journal will assume aud carry out
all contracts for advertisements and
anbscriDtlnna to the full time contract
ed for. We hope all our friends will
give that Journal the same support
and friendship beretofore aooordod to
this paper. With the addition ol the
subscription list of the flntrtl of the
Farm the Farmm Home Journal will
reaoh nearly every neighborhood In
the South, which makes it n moat
valuable med um of reaching the eye
cftbepublio, hence onr advertising
pa'rons will not lose anutiiug Dy tne
transfer of business. The Tennessee
deputinent of the Far-wra' Jfom
Jour-nol, hereto'ore conducted by
Capt. John W. Morion, will bs con
ducted in the future as in the pas,
wiih wlu ni all contract, for advertit
in nnd tutis rlptiom inunt be made.
Ollloe at Nathvlle." The Farmer'
Jorna Juurnul, with one exception, is
the only weekly agricultural and live
tick Journal published south of the
Ohio river. This consolidation will
Srently enlarga Its already extended
eld of usefulness, and give additional
interest to its many patrons.
II. a. Hollvnbera hia the larg
stock or BaaleaxKl aaleal laatra
mBts of every description. Hew
Haale received daily. Dleeoaatato
T chars aaid 1'nplla.
For low prtcea la wlolor aader
wearao to Hrstar'a, No. aid Mala
atreet, who baa a larae aad well aa
sorted atorh la Fancy Camera Hair
aad While Woolen siooda. Alio
no slock of Fancy Ovorahlrta al ro.
anatkably low Binrca.
Coltoai atonclla at Habarllaar'o.
rlaaoa and Oraana far real, at
llollenbcra'a Slntle IIowae.Ho.
Maa atroal.
Oolloa Stencils m Haborllac'fc
Furnltnre.
All new patterns of first class Furni
ture at low prices.
ARMSTRONG FURNITURE COMPANY,
'No. 271 Saooad Btroot.
Cottoa BicacHa at leberllaa's.
n. o. uoiyLEnuFBa aKLua tub
H raeaer,
riaanr Braa.,
Mailer dt li ay la, I at a a MO a
Hrarr r. sillier,
V, ta. fetoao at ..
SSoaart, J
Ordare by auall far Flanoa, Oraana,
Mails and Mnalcal laalrwmemia,
aeat to II. . IlolUabera, veoelve
Imaaedlaio nntl Carcfnl attonlloa.
Uaberllaa Oottoa Nlonotla, 810 M at.
Plaaoa and Orcaaa aold aa oaay
monlbly or weekly aiayaaoala at
Ualleabora'S Wnale Ilopao, II.IM
ala tirael.
MEMPHIS DAILY
B. LOWEMSTIIX A BROS.
SUIT AXI) CLOAK
Depart iucni.
The month of Ootober was to
warm tba'. we could not reasona
bly expect our customers to give
much attention to the purchase of
winter wrsps or costumes. With
the advent of November we may
anticipate cold weather, and in or
der to make up for lost time wo
have reduced tbe prices on all
ladles', misies' and children's ccs
tnmee and wraps.
All ladies' $12 suits reduced to $9.
All ladies' f 15 suits reduced to $12.
All ladies' $18 snils reduced to $15.
All ladies' $22 salts reduced to $18.
All ladies' $26 suits reduced to $20.
All ladles' .10 suits, Including cloth
tailor made, reduced to $24.
All ladies' f 35 suits including black
silks, reduced to $27 50.
All ladies' imported cloth suits,
with wraps, worth from $55 to
$70, reduced to $40.
All misses' and children's suits re
duced to witbia 10 per sent of
cost.
Ladies' floe tailor msde Newmar
kets reduced fiom $12 to $9 E0.
Ladies' fins imported Newmarkets,
satin facing, nicely trimmed, Te
duced from $16 to$!2.
Ladies' finest beaver Newmarkets,
siees 33 to 44, black and brown,
reduced from $20 to $16.
Ladies' cloth short wraps from $8
to $20 each, and all reduced 20
per cent.
Ladies' plush short wraps, quilted
lining, fur trimmed, worth $18,
reduced to $13 60.
All $20 plush short wraps reduced
to $16.
All $25 plush ihort wraps reduced
to $20,
SILK DEPAKTMENT.
20 Inch colored silk plusb, in navy
and olive, at 99c per yard.
All silk black satin Rbadames, ex
tra heavy drees quality, at $1,
worth $1 60 a yard.
Great Reductions in Yelvete.
Knowing that velvets are not
considered at correct or new as
plush goods, we have reduced our
entire s'ock of extra wide colored
suiting velvets to just one-half of
former price.
22 inch black! File Francaise, all
pure silk. ( t
22 inch satin File Francaise, all
pure silk. .... 'L
22 inch black silk Boyal, all pure
The actual value of either of the
above is $2 25, but we have re
duced the price to
$1 87 12 Per Yard.
PI ashes 1 Plushest Plushes!
Clouded or marblelted. Before se
lecting your fall costume do not
neglect to examine this fabric, use
tor trimmings and suitings, com
p'.ets assortment of colors in all
grades, irom $1 35 to $3 60 per
yard. This material Is beyond
ques'.ion the molt popular and
newest cf all fabrics tor the present
and coming seasons.
KID GLOVES.
The best kid gloves known to the
trade are thoae manufactured by
the celebrated French kid glove
makers,
FOSTER, PAUL A CO.
By special contract the above
firm manufactures for us, from the
very best selected skins, a glove
that we can recommend to our
patrons as tbe very beat produced
Oar importation lor this season
embraces every shsde, hook and
color, also black. Every pair war
ranted and stamped on the inside
In fo simile of cat above. If you
want comfort, perfection of fit and
durability, ask for the
a
B.L A Bros. Foster's French Kid
Gloves,
AND USE NO OTHER.
IE. I.O WENSTEIN at BROS,
APPEAL SUNDAY,
B. LOWES STEW IIBOS.
COLORED DRE.SS GOODS.
We will place on sale Monday
moraing
200 Pieces
AU-Weol Dre ssGooi's, bought from
manufacturers at 50c on the ft.
We recommend thete roods to oor
customers as beinc desirable in
every way. The prices we cfl r
them at are lul'y 61) pfr cent, less
than the goods hive ever been cold
at before. Don't fail to see them
At 75e, 1C0 r.ieces48 jnchAll-Wool
French Tricot, nrver sold Dfiore
for lets than $1 25 per yard.
At 75c, 50 pieces 64 inch All-Wool
Bonnnckburn Suitings, never
sold before for leal than $1 25
per yard.
At II. 50 pieces 64 inch All-Wool
Frisie Stripe Suitings, neveraold
before for less than $1 60 per
yard.
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT.
Two special drives for Monday.
150 dozen Men's Balbriggan Half
Hots, full regular made, worth
$4 a desen. Will close tbem
eut at 90o a box ol tix pairs.
500 dosen Ladies' Fancy Cotton
Hose, good styles fall regular
mf.de, worth $4 55 per dor.m.
These yoa can have at 25c per
pair.
250 doaen Miiseb' French Ribbed
Cotton Hose, ex'ra heavy, full
regular made. all eizes, worth 5
per dc sen. This lot we oiler at
25c per pair.
U0USE rURSISHlNU GOODS.
All-Linen Double Sitin Table Da
mssk, 8-4 wide, at 8c, worth
$1 25 per yard.
All-Linen Double Satin Damsek
Doylies, slzs 18 inches aqusre, at
$1 65, worth V ol) per acaen.
All-Linen Hack Towels, in all-
white and red borders, size 20x
40, st 15c each, oith $2 50 per
dosen.
10 4 Marseilles Quilts at $1 75
' each, worth $2 60.
200 Colored Marreilles Quilts, the
very best quali'y, worth $4. We
offer them to close at $2 75 each.
B. LOWESSTE1S a& BROS
Mulfbrd, Jeweler, 294 Main, so-
Udts ertiert rrom tae eouairj.
LOCAL NOTICES.
Has. li U. Slatxb, teacher of Ger
man, Uayoeo Hotel. .
ChAzvQvili on raflle et tbe Gem
Saloon, 295 Seoond atreet.
DRBosMAKiiia and plain sewing done
at No. 250 Beale street.
P. M. Stahlbt, funeral director and
embalmer, 66 Madison street.
Dr. R. E. Bullinoton, surgeon
dentist, 357 Main. Telephone 708.
S. K. Tbibbsy & Co.'s Mastodon
Dime Show is said to be the beBt cheap
price ehow on the road.
fko OO. S. Hinson. dentist, No.
270 Main street. E. B.ilger assistant,
Call and get a near set of teeth lor $0.
Tbb Memphis Wholesale Meat-
house. Adams street near Front, is th
place where all can secure the very
Dest iresn roeaia.
Trb Herbal Chill Cure, the best
taniAaad abtl-poriodla known. A eartaln
ana iar oaro fur ohltla. Prioe tl per bot-
tia. Bend itampa lor eironlara. Any rei
aranna alien. Addraii John 0. Knoaor,
Lynonb.ra. Va.
G. W. MiixaR&Co.,Paten Atbestoe
Fire Frool Kooiers. f or auraDinty
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin
iron, lelt and gravel roots. Ho,
Madison street.
66
Wa have sold an interest in our
buHiness to J. D. Danburv and will
continue to do businrss at tbe old
stand, 202 Front Hrer, under the Arm
name ol lxird, iieht Jt iranoury.
LORD A DIKQL
All authorities agree that the milk
of a healthy mother is tbe best food
for an infant. Next to this, and con
taining -all the e'eraonti tor perlect
nutrition,' is Mellin's Food, which,
alter a long test, ia highly Indorsed by
prominent medical men.
SI no here publicly state that my lit-
daughter, who is 13 years ol age,
had been troubled with nervous spells
seriously all her Hie. She also had
kidney and blood trouble, which
rendered us all very nneasy. As
we had no hope nf her curs, we ap
plied to B. 0. Kelsay, the Natural
Doctor, who now lives in Memphis,
Tenn., and be cured her, and I, with
a heart fall of gratitude from myself
and daughter to Dr. Keif ay, recom
mend him te all suffering humanity.
K. H. MITCHELL,
lallahoma, lenn.
Maya Emporium
Will open this week an entire new
It, r-1 .11 klnda nf lfmhroilurt Ma
terial, Plush, Felt, India Silk, eto., for
Lambrequins ana unair xiuin.
A new line oi novelties in Stamped
Linens for embroidery.
Novelties for home decoration.
Knitting Wools of every kind.
Chenille, Arasine,
Embroidered Silks,
New 81 yle Collars and!
. Chemisettes, Fancy Beads.
Stamping and Embroidery to order.
Lefsoni in Art Needle Work. Ladies
dtslring to make up fancy work will
find the only assortment at
May'a Emporium.
All those so tiering from rheu
matic or neurelgio troubles I would
advise to see and be treated by B. C.
Kelsay, the Natural Doctor, of this
city, he having treated me success
fully for the above troupes.
Mrs. o. vr. risnKR.
No. 67 Mera.t Sweat.
Monogram Kiensile Mnlford
BaaorllacColtea Btonolia. BltM at,
OCTOBER 31, 1886.
JAMES O. BELL, Prfsldeul.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY GO,
Nob. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENK..
-WHOLESALE
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
-OF-
Saddles
ABDLEBY
t&" SPECIAL PRICES to Railroad
JAHES H. SOODBAB.
BOOT
GOOB
No. 319 M4IS STREET MEMPHIS, TESSESSEE.
WOar Fall and Winter Btoex of BOOTS A BID HHOES-tha larg.it In this marker, and ona of thj '"JJit to j 'd "n "
i now eompl.ta, and wa invite the Merchant! yiiitmg Momr.hu to eal and 1 oxamin. tna lama. Th. W W " ""11 i.r.otoriTtS
.. hora, and perhaps mora than an, hon.o .oajh ot the Ohl. rtjror . I. aaBawat ar Jfethat oar goad i aad aati
ooaio nor., ana pernapa mora .o anr
ina iraao. na anil .earry a iar. uno 'oi vy?'"1" "7!",."'"".!.-
Diitman i:n L.adii' Kid. Uoat and call,
any hon'Q. Qlv. oiawll.
A BEAUTIFUL START AND
AN EXCITING FINISH.
Neck and Neck from the Half-
Mile Post to the Judge's
Stand.
The llargains at the Misfit Cloth
ing Parlors Pass Under the
Wire Several lengths
Ahead.
WARMING UP It is now time
to think of Fall and Winter Cloth-
ing. JJeiore starting me race me
horses are warmed up to bring every
muscle into action. To think before
you buy is to warm up the pockets.
The low prices at the Misfit Clothing
Parlors make it warm for com pet i
tion.
STEADY NOW! GO 1 In the
race for trade the Misfit Clothing
Parlors are away in the lead. We
are not handicapped with ready
made or job-lot goods, but our speed-
boots are CuBtom-made Clothing
bought at Half its Actual Cost, and
sold at Half its Actual Value.
WINNING TEE SWEEP
STAKES-Hundreds of Beautiful
Custom-made Suits at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors-Suits that are
steady goers and warranted not to
shy or break Suits that will stand
wear and give good satisfaotion.
CAPTURING all the PURSES
We Bell you Custom-made Suits and
Fall Overcoats Cheaper than you can
buy ready-made. For Good Cloth
ing, at Low Prices, we lead in the
race. In Prices we are the Favor
ites Against tbe Fiold. '
MISFIT
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tena.
Open evenings until 9 ; Saturdays.
until 11.
N.B. Remember, all alterations to
insure a Perfeot Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE, by a First-class Tailor
in our Parlors.
They All Say
That the fare and the sccommodationa
at the Peabody are the best to be
toond at any hotel in tbe Senth.
Solid SHverwaro at Mnlford
W. A. Fairks, No. 69 Union street,
baa lust received a car of good Ken
tueky saddle and harness horses. Also
a lot oi improvea xexas mares.
.
Haberllna Cotton SMacUi, BIO SMI ol
Haacrllaa CoHon ai.aella.SIO M al
Advertising Spaces for Rent.
on the fence surrounding B. Lowen-
stein A Bros new bmldtng, Main and
Jefferson streets, by Hook & LaGrilL
Apply at once.
Alabama Splint Coal.
P. X. PATTERSON A CO., Ageats.
Order "Mulionf, Mad Med ale.
Baaerllna Cottoa S.aelU,IO M at.
Fine Watea repairing at Malford's.
' Dyeing and Cleaning. '
Ladies and gents' clothes cleaned
or dved in anv color, also kid gloves,
ostrich leathers and lace curtains by
Lou's Koigel, 68 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods received by express.
HafcorUatj Cotton Bteaella, BI M at.
Get Hi
K
UU II
E. F.
Harness
AND
ant, Levee Contractors for Wagon,
IBHTA-BTjIS-Hr) 1800.1
HI). L. LXattU. E. J. UARRIWTOBT.
EAR Sl OESF AMY
whoijpjsaijB
& SHOES
;u;o . ".., . ""-,7-,.f,7 - HMk n-if .,.. K,iut..Ddorf.
baiiaai a laras variety oi oun ami. viwi
RnllGHlCS SAVINGS BANK
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID CP CAPITAL, ::: pivv,uvw
Ira tereat PAld on cpoalt.
OPES IATDBDAIS USIIL 7 O'CLOCK F.M.
M. H. KATZENBERGEF, PresldenU
BOABD OF
NAPOLEON HILL. JOf-N A. DENIS.
W. 11. CAKK01.L,
J. W. bOUOKR,
WHOLESALE
JUST RECEITIKO AUD IJf STORE,
1,000 bags Kew Crop (Season 1886), Itio Joflee.
OOO kegs Iron and Meel A ails-best brands.
l.OIMi barrel Ketlned SnRar-all Kraden.
lOO barrels New Crop (Neaaou 1880), Itlee.
1,500 pks. Leal and Refined Lard.
ISO tierce Canvassed Hams.
lOO boxes Breakfast Bacon.
1,000 bags Mioi, Powder and Caps.
18. OOO boxes Canned tjoods. Sardines, Oysters, Etc.
1,000 bxs. pnre New Cream Cheese Mlver Moon Brand.
1,000 bajes haitd-plched Virg;tniaand Tennessee PeanuUu.
TKR MOON and nEttflll Pure Stick Candy, and Baking;
Powder. "
Importers oi oreign rmia, t,cuwii ""-i
Raisins, Tints, Etc.
Nos. 284 and 286 Main Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
ZELLNER & CO.
OFFER THE FOLLOWING
SOLID BARGAINS
THIS WEEK.
A LOT ot. CMldTButtoa Bhooa, H..1
and Spring HmI, itrong ana ino
ataDtial, .b.it Philadelphia raakoi,
ml.mM ,AmnA from S1.S0 to 7SO.
A LOT of Chlld'i Button Shooi, Calf and
P.bbla Goat, aixi S to 10H. reoac.o
f.nm ai Ml to BI.OO.
SOO palra Pebbla Grain Solar-tip Spring
JJ.ol Button eboaa, iii to ra-
ilnnil fr.rt tl.VI to SI. 09.
SOO pain Mliiaa' Pebbla Grain Spring
Heel, Solar-tip Button Hboai, mem
to 2, redaoed from (2.00 to l 30.
800 pain lame kind, with heell, re
duo.d from 12.00 to 91 SO.
100 pain Y oaths' Calf and Grain But
ton Shoer, nice and itrong, fully worth
12 25, lire! It to 2, reduoed to B1.05.
ISO pain Bdti' Button Bhoel tbil tl a
plendid iho., nicely finished and
v.ry aervloeible ilaei 2 to fX, worth
fully H.00, reduoedjo a.OO.
For This Week Only
We will sell our Ladies' t?.50 Car Kid
But'on Hhoei, worked buttonholes, latest
tyle shapes, pointed to. and high heal
and common tenia toe and low heeli,
every pair warranted, tor th. low price
of !.
Our Men's 13.(10 Eioei ara th. best in
the land. They are made of genuino
oalf akin, with leam'eii vamp, well fln
iihed and perfect Utiing. Wa warrant
"Gents' , Ladiei' and Chlldren'l Dresi
80?nta', Ladlaa' and Chlldran'a Stont
Walking Bhos. . . ' ,
K.r thinr Kxoell.nt In Footwear, at
prices LOW ER than elsewhere.
Z EI.T.NKlt & CO.
SOO MAIN STREET.
Deviled Crab., Shrlaan,
Salmon, rreala Can Mackerel, .
BardlnM, Lobatera,
Brook Trout, Oratero,
Mackerel la Tomato Catann,
Sweet HtatTed Flekleo,
Soar Pleklea by tbe al. aad In Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Rellak,
Woooter Sanee, Tomato CaUap,
Caper, Haetard, Carry Powder,
Salad Dreealac, Ollveo, Olive Oil,
Cream Car see. Celery Baaee,
Celery a Kt., Kle.
J. F. BTJCKHAM & CO
UNION & PLANTERS' BANK
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.,
AT CLOSE OP BUSINESS,
OOTOBER BO, 1BOO
RKSOtTRCCS.
Loana and BtsooanU .11,437,144 02
Bankinahous. and offiee flxtum au.niiu uo
Or.rdrafu
Kxp.ni.1 and laxai
Hiabt Bxohanaa J1M.22S M
Cash on hand . 364,717 73-
7,100 42
5,9(J09
$2,028,9(4 7V
a.iAasaa.a'axa.w.
Capital Paid np .........! WW.OrO 00
llndlrlded ProOU...... . . 121.877 S7
Biohanxe and InUrast ........ - ilMl 92
Da. other Banks on
IlillaradisiManUd.S Jffl 0T6 85
Depoiiu 1,074.126 16- 1.277,225 00
t2,02,m 79
NAPOLEON HILU . President
WM. A. WILLIAMSON Vice-President
B. P. HEAD Caibier
DIRECTORS.
A. Vaeoaro,
Joseph Brace,
R. Dudley Frayiar,
Wa, A. WllllanasoB,
Napolaoa Hill.
K. Unsley,
BenJ. Babb,
. Ia. H. MoDaviU,
B. r. svraa.
loha R. Pepi
rer,
Iuae
K. Bnowden,
t
MEYEK C ety aad reaa.
Collars
It'EATHEK.
Scraper and Cart HarnoM. tgf
r. o. joheb.
5"7.. k. h.
ililA Jk ' PANT.
1. KATZEwBEKGEB. Casmera
DIRECTORS.
A. COHEN..
J. H. BI9C0E,
A. B. MEYERS.
T. F. TOlilN,
GROCERS.
. .
J. F. HOLST & BR0.
(SUCCBSSOBS TO . H. HOLST A BBO,
Funeral Directors,
' HAVE BEHOVID TO
Ho. SSi SECOND ST MEMPHIS.
A FULL and eotnplets stock of Wood and
M.tallio Jaiai and Casdets, Clota-Oov
ered Casketi and Burial Robot alweya OB
hand, aer Ordera bv teJerraph promvUy
filed.
Frank ScMmann,
Importer aad Dealer la
(June, riNhlna Tackle and SportaW
men's Sapplleo. aar Bneelal attentloa
ftven to MANUFACTURING and RJ
PAIRTNG. lia Wain wt.. Memphis. Tenn
R. KUPFERSCHMIDT.
IMP0RTEE AND DEALER IB
fclans, Ammunition, Flshlac; Tackle
and Hpnrtsreenn' Supplies.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
B341 Mala Street, jwemnbla, Tenn
HannfaatnrlBa an
d Kapairlnt at unna a
flpeolalty. Largaet Stock.
D.n aatonmeni.
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
rJHE A A MCCARTHY, Propr's,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphlg.
One ot the largest boiler shops
la the South, and th only .ompl.lo
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Works in th. city,
aaannractarereof Heavy Plate Iron,
work or every deeerlallen. Special
attention ilr.n to plant ition work.
Urethral Strictore Cored I
CURE PERHABfEBTT.'
Removal Complete. Neither knife, oausti
nor dilation. No pain. He hambut-
Adr's DR. B. W. TUT1IILL
OX 111 ATT.AWTA 3A
COAL. COAX. COAX.
JOHN WALSHi
so..
..Hoeond Street.,
AKTHRACITb, PITTSBURG
"and kbntuckt coal.
iLW)
Bt A aV WOOD.
7aO.......TEI.PH OH E...........700
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
I 'J
Importora and daalen la Bnaa, Araraav
II Ion and Flakln Tack I a, ajnlldero
Hardware, kleeirto BelU and Aay
nanelaaoratoT HoUli aad Raeldancai.aaa
Main street, al em ah la, Tenn. Eleotiia
rapplloaalwaTl ea aaai. RepairiiM Mt,
dona.

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