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BMW THE TABLE.
lMlrt lValley Ksjie (E.. W O.
I T. K.) Traina on thia rod ran fol
low: Now Orleam fat mil, daily, leavei
at 4: p.m. I Vick.bur eiree. daily.
leaveieti:la.ni. Now Orleani fait moll,
ally, arrival i:10 a.m.; Vicklburf ex
reu, daily, arrival t 5:4-5 p.m.
anaeaesipnl Teniae. Traini
gnu lollowi: Mew Orleani ,nail arrival
lily at 8:Xe.m.l leavel daily at 6:00 p.m.
inroorl aievaaaaatl HlonlMlpl Tal
ler .-Train! move u lollowi t ifajt 'Ine
laavel at 10:JO a.m.; fat. Louli fut lino
laavel at "5 :30 p-m. t Fait lino arrival at 1 :30
p.m.l Ieun ft line arrive! at :(J6 a.m.
LnnlKTllls and KaaliwHIe Tmlm
nova at follow: fait mall arrive! daily at
Dil5a.m. I leavea at 10:10 p.m.: mail leave!
daily at 10:10 a.m. I arrive! at 4:0(1 p.m.
Brownaville eecominodatlnm leavot daily'
exoei't Sunday, at 5:00 p.m.: arrival dally,
SieeptSundat, at8:50a.ra. (atandardtiuie).
tinlf iHiMKumi f'lty.Sprtaar-
14 Mil Memphis) Train! leave M. and
I. depot ai fel.owi: No. 4, Kamaa City ei
vreaa, leave! at 10:45 a.m. t No. 8. Knaai
City oxnroM. arrivoi at 80 p.m. No. 2,
KaiaaaCity moil, loaveo at6:00p.m.t Nojl.
Kanial City mail, arrival at 8:45 a.cu. No.
1. St. Lonii and Chlowo eiprnaa, leave! at
1-00 p.m.l No. l.Ht. Loaiii and Chicetoex-
5 rem, arrivoi at 1 :4fi a.m. Ia efieot bunday,
pril I8.I08A.
H.Mnhii anal llaarlealan Train!
nova ai follown Through expren leavel
daily at M: p.m. Mail nd axpron leavel
J. 11. -. in. fin m ftnmatrvtlla anoommode-
Hon Ikvoi dally, oioept Bonday, at 5:iJ0
t.m. Thronih exereai arrivoi daily otft:
a.m. Mail and oxpreiiairlvoi daily at lCiHu
a.m. Si.mervil a aeoommoaauoa am
ally. eit Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
m mm m. Himloxhaai and Atlaa
1. 11 u. ...... w.ini Tnlni move ai
Jollowi: No. 1 loavoi Momphil dally at8:46
, ,.! arrival at Bolly Bprlnat5:M p.m.i
to. ll loavei Holly Sprinaa daily at 8:00
b.b.. arrival t Momnhli at 10:10a.m.No.
loaveo Memphii daily at 1 :lfi p.m., arrive!
at Holly Sprlnai t 11:45 p.m.l No.6 loavoi
Sully Bprinn dally at 8:11) a.m.. arrival at
fjeaaplil and I.Htle ltoek.-Trelni
move aa follow! (oontral itanderd tlmeli
flo. 1 laavoo dally at 4:20' p.m. 1 arrival at
155 p.m. No. 8 loavei at 5:55 a.m. t arrival
t 8 M a.m. No. 5 (frelaht) loavoi IlopeBeld
Am, (.inent Hundavl at 6:08. a.m. I .arrival
a4 7:W ""-
T1IE WEATIIEK.
laMlleaUoBS.
For jUnhemm: Fair weather; tlightly
warmer: ttfatli generally toutherly.
For Afwimippi : Fair weather ; liMy
warmer in the twtJteattern portion; tltgkt
U cooler in the northern portion: toulh
ru wind.
For Tenneteee: Fair weather; AigMy
manner in the eastern portion: iligktly
tooler in the extreme wettern portion
nWi tenerally toutherly.
For JrUtuoa.- Fair waiher; ttightly
cooler; eoutherly umdt, ihifting to wet-
Wy.
The rwen will remain nrarly Uationary,
Mataaroloa'laal Brao'rl.
Miufhii, TpnWoJovemJwrl.
W'th
Tim.
7:00 .m
S :00 p.inj
10:00 p.nrjJO.lK)
Bar. j Ther.
30.143
30 0
73 0
000
Wind.
Olftr.
Cletr.
Clrar.
re
Calm.
HVf.
8.E
'MaxJianm temperature, 74.0.
ldiiici temprnttire, su.u.
Oiodi, 11 m.i 1.
RrI d fall, 0.00.
CITY NEWS.
Vote early,
livery ballot counts.
BUnd op like mon fur rhelao.
8Teral mall robberloa are
naitd..
Preaiilont lladdeo bad a bin doak
t yue'erdar.
rolls open at 9 oVlock and close
t 4 o'clock. .
Take yonr friends wilb yon when
70a go to tots.
Brieklaying haa been suspended
several days on account of want of
cars to bring in lime.
The polton will preserve strict
tder at the polls today.
Don't let tho Republican bosses
4o all yoar voting for you.
Ten dollars wss stolen Sunday
from the Tennessee Brewery.
One vote might decide. Remem
ber Cleveland's email majority.
No good Democrat ean aflord to
stay away from tUe polls today.
License ti rairry wss itsti'd yes
terday to J. Webb and Alice Williamson.
Shelby county must be repre
sented decently in the next Legists
tare.
Dou't mind the kickers and the
milksops Uo and vote tlie lAuio-
eratio ticket.
Every man has a ceitvin amount
of influence. Let liiiu test its extent
t tho polls today.
Th Dolice shonld are that Demo
cratlc tlnrkion aro not browbeaten by
Republican tj;8ts.
Exercise your right as an Ameri
can c ilsen anil show your appreoia
tion of it. by going Id the polls today
An overwhelming victory for the
Democracy today means esv Bailing
two ours from now. bnow them
under.
The nlHintiff in tho suit of
SMiwalmever vs. Donsieck in tho Cir
onit Court was gien judgment for 150
yesterday.
T?iilnrtiit and Fields, two ma
lionantlv nariiran neeroeB, are sand
wir.hed im among the whites on the
R publican tii:ktt.
a a'pamboat man named II. O.
Heherer was tlnfd $60 and sentenced
naiimonihs in the Ciiminal Court
veatordny for enrrying a pistol.
n ia not unlikely that the Illinoi
rinntial will nut on a new schedule
tiita win'er. making the tun to dew
Orlears in tuirtson and a half hoars,
A fine of $25 ai.d a sentence ol six
mnnthswas imposed upon William
Monis yesterday for breaking a Btick
I 1 1 t!-.. I... I a Ma.man.
OVer IflllUW VlUArU D I fltb MPIIHIIW'
town.
Memphis received and sold more
eoVUm yesterday then any other town
in the connuy ana iue receipts 10
date are 28,000 bales ahead of this
tnuelBt year.
Suit for divorce was filed in
cbarcery yefterday by Lniarus vs.
Vlitvbe 'Walln. Desertion and the
"kei'pii'g o( (ompany obnoxious to
him " is allejie.l.
Hume eiiUrprislrs thief enteiod
the liq'i'-r bIjiooI E. Kosenhcin, at
Ko. 80 Bonle siri'et, UHt night, and
carried rfl his csh drawer, contain
ing about $15 in money.
The whole State is watching the
r titent in this Congressional ditnct
witn eager interest. A failure to elect
Vticlen would bring the Democracy of
thy Tenth into disrepute.
In ihs Criminal Couit yesterday
Jim Mu-rsy, alias rolk, notorious
black iroundrel, was flood $iD and
ciiter.cid to hix months for slapping
a little white g rl in the face.
Win. Farleigh, the jockey who
ro.lo A-co'.i in ttie s tepUchaso Satur
day, lias brought suit aisainiit Shea,
Afctoli's owntr, for $07, and also
claims tbitthe jumper was drugged
by hi ouer.
The pleasant memories a'socluted
with Bdles' girmana In previous
yesrs bai suggested the advisability of
aviDg another one tbls teMon, ana
rangements with that ena m view
e now being discussed.
A. R. Williams, a farmer, who
lives near E.ino, this county, ws
robbed by footpads list 1 riday nigtit
r.( 'f.n a ha withla half a mile of
borne. He bad been to town 10 sen
is cotton, lie says there were lonr
in the gang.
Sbeiiff Cannon mourns the lots oi
horse atd buguy, which he csreless
r left hitched to a post on Beile
street, near tuo nriage, uat u'gu.,
hiln he entered bonee on nnsines.
On his return buggy and horse were
gnne. Police!
Mr. John Kpicer, a cotton suts-
mn tor Arnold Uo., ctroppfi oeu
wi:h heart disease about 5 o'clock yes
terday evening, while sitting in a cha r
at the stote examining a sample of
cotton. Ho belonged to one of the
beet families of the couniy. ana leaves
large family to mourn bis deato.
The following changes have been
ma Je in the list of Democratic Super-
isors: John Ltnti, appointta in
place of V. W. Miller, in the tain
Ward; Hsrry Cissell, in plara of
M. T. Garvin, in the E-ghth wara,
and D. P. Preecott, in place of L. 8.
1k in thn Klchlnenth District
M airs. Miller. Garvio and Lake had
declined to serve.
The delicate and diflicolt task of
the law library from the sec
ond to the third floor of the Court
house Is going on under tue suoervi
Inn nf 1. hrarliin Flanauhan. who is
much pleated with the prospect 01
having a quieter, cleaner and coxier
rot root Thn unnovouces to which
membara of tke bar were subj ected dur
ing their researches in the Ubiary was
very great.
-llanrv Owmii and T. W. Hints
bad a "hooting match at Cuba, Tenn.,
vnoiaxlav. Owona drew his pisioi ur.i
aud firod three times in succession at
winna. mlpainir him. The latter re-
nnn it.l with both barrels of a sho:
. ..... L,. 1.1 1 -1.1
nun tint, tailed LO II 11 uia auiaauuiDv.
...... r 1 - n a
It IS Statea luav uweua uu mnoan
time in the penitentiary for horse
.loollnt, A warrant was sworn out
V I line DC lore itusiue uirry iui
Owons's arrest, and given to the con
s'.able of that dittrict to exernte.
The need for a public library be-
- - t . .
comee every day more apparent, air.
Adama. who has 6DSrjrB OI lua rtui-
.ni i alihrarw in the Odd Fellows'
building, ssysshe has numerous calls
fiverv dav tor sianaara nna lor now
.!, hlrh Atnnot be BUDtilieil
n ui n"v
Even the school boys and gins wno
vi.lt tha llhrarv In search 01 data tor
their compositions Una it uinicun i
obtain desired information on the
nmmnnMt tuhlentfi. It is net the
(nit nf thn ("1.1.1 Fellows. They gee
eromly give the public the free use oi
what books they nave ano euipiuj
librarlau in the bargain. It is not ex
pected that they will keep the library
up by the purchsse of new works.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL- T I) ES DAY, NO VENDER 2, 1886.
JAMES C. BELL, President.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Fcabodj Hotel.
0. B. GALLOWAY ft CO .Pot-:rroas.
Katea 8 50 and H por day. acmrdins to
no and location of ruoiu Upooial
node rater
J 0 bockerv. Mill
Will Levjr. Teno
O M French, Pa
U Prinitlo,
J r-lrullieri, IN Y
K. J he anion. Tona
W II llunnell, Tona
C 0 Kni.wle., Pa
W 11 U Br vi, ra
A 11 Ditvn, ra
H Bowman. Mo
J L (jtram, N X
J E Eckert, !o
H V Jahino. Ark
N B Vrio, Ark
JW Uedlvpi. Mill
C JuiiM, Tenn
C II Uanfcrd, Kr
W Pbeinple. Ky
H I'trtiDi. Tenn
MifiN Perkim.Tonn Mlm K Herkin;. Tonn
H Murdoch, t&o L rredinBn. Jena
PTPoweri, Mo L'o Frank, N Y
W II Korwood, Oh'o W Uardii.o, Ky
A A-her, Tenn l M Harvey. Ala
II Nvri'k, Tonn r J, iiaini, 010
W W Whltnon, Tonn B Arnold, l'a
M J Freiuera, Oliiu A V Uart, N I
1. 111,1. I'.nn
W 0 IJi.ikey. N U
lW HolierU, Ky
II 1) Doll, Ky
M Biern. Ill . ,
II 1) Martin, Ind
PTUriffin. Ky
Ma ler toiuburd. Mill
C W Knoitle, Tcna
11 W lt.dlord. Mm
Win Kouinton. N Y
K W Parker. N Y
J M Colib, Ky
J V Hloouin, ri Y
Ir Laureaoo Jtl.Kur
11 11 l.n.nka.il Mi..
II M Monwetlier, Ma m m iiuniey, iu
W H Oarrett, Mill L VV Kprinn, N O
KD Loach. Tonn K 1 Auaey, mm
8 hrn it. Ark l,eo K rule, Ark
T B Ilwiker, aVliea F Kramer. Mm
J T llaooock. Mo J O Debtn, f'hio .
J R Bavaio, Aiiuh John Uonnelly, Ala
Arthur Uonneliy.Ala H li Myer, ta
Johnlvryi.Kl H K Holme. Ark
Mr Allison AViann jiri.anr urane, iim
lllake ItuBiii. Tonn Kdd Mit"hcll, Tana
John ttiinptna, Ala Mn J Kininon, Ala
J U Hardy li, Ala J m imipotbto, imam
.j:-. aj Aili.n T.nn II Milnhll. Tenn
(ien W UaiKoton, a C W Hteiuhard, N V
al I. (Iravei. N V
H W Cooke, Tenn
W II Kmtland, N I
8 Hopkins, Ala
J W Wiie, Tenn
W FHoutoh, Me
OT Pepper. NY
J Oihern, N Y
J L Hebron, Mill
J W i.itllo, Ky
J F Ilanele, Ky
W W Kmllh, Jem
J R Kidoly, Ky
a W i urtii. Mo
M Mitcbell, Ky
K M llruwn. feaa
T L Wllliami, Tona
II Worten. Tenn
H Kebloii, Ohio
11 H Uel'ew, Mo
U Heartoi, loan
K L Johnion, Ma
W K Hill ni. N Y
T II Htuart, Ma
W W Uaaler, UDio
S Perkiui. Tean
J L Fraiier, Ky
W L boyd, Tens
II 1 llyen. Mo
M II !!,.. II. Mo
FMDual.Tonn WHKIjnn. hy
J I! bomitreet, Mill H W llradley, Tenn
JJaoobi, NY W Aleiiuder. Ala
W Kennedy, Tonn W C Urown, N C
8 Johnion, NO W C B'andton, (la
8 M Manu, Tax C K Brown, la
W Cutler, la 8 U Hamilton. Ohio
r D lluiuplirey.Olila A h Hubert, Ky
11 l Vernon, lenn T llartnian, Ark
T II Yinooy, Tenn J Jeaninn, Tana
HATS C1ITI.ITON 0CIMP1NV.
V.HI, nir.r. W Y II V Dnnnellv. N T
JDUlbort, NY Mini M Donnelly, NY
Mini a Uille'ino, I mill iirace i.oine, n i
Mill Daily Hall. N Y Frank Palmar, N Y
A H. Boll, N Y.
Tbe Maw Uayoao.
FARRINQTON. 8TBWAHT ft WHITE,
PaopaiiToas.
Kate 82 60 to W per i'r, accordint to looa-
lion of roomi.
T K Draper. Mo A M ftoae. Tonn
W Uol.ii.1, Ky WP Scott, Pa
A A Kinic, Ohio R D Kwell, Tenn
H I Meniei, Kng I H Hick i, Mm
(i C Huiht, III RSDavn, Mo
H I riirUiiatni'K, n IJ i oewman, i onn
ll it jaconion, n i
W T Kmith, Mill
k M poruem, Tenn
Prlddy Kaaiac,
rPnrM.,1. rmnmirfllll llntfll.l
Cor. Fri.nt and Jefferson St. MeiepBii.TonB
J. II. rillH.Y, rrnp r, fl xviroinonu, va.
Traniiont ratei, 1 50 to 2 per day.
JanCoi, Mo A W Jnnoi, Tenn
C Adaroi.Tex W W Adaai, Tex
J K r-inith im, Ttx C R Martin, Mini
J R Mariin. Mm A C Perrell, Mid
MC Shore, l'a 11 L heelin, Tenn
R 8 Kniney, Cat W P Outlaw, Tenn
W 11 W Janiei.L'B A W Wilhami, C04SW
JRWilion, Mo W A Juno, Mo
1) Shannon, Ala n n nirureuu
WDHolmei.Ark TBJonen, Ark
M W I.o 'low, Ark Mini Dudlow, Ark
A A Braei, Va C W Welroy. Mm
8 11 (Jib.on, Tenn H W f-ooper, Tenn
11 M llarriron, Mill uoina. Him
D M Ilnm-r. Min Mm Wank, Tenn
C B Cannon, Tenn J 11 Cochran, Tenn
V J loor, Alii n it " neaney, ai
11 I, Johnaon, Ky J ll IIarri, Ark
T a Wurd, Ark 11 Kami, kil
W 1, Andnrnoa, Aln .1 A Lamb, Tenn
E Fowler. Tenn I HyHt', l,a . .
J ll lteid, l enn T J Vriirht Aw. Ark
(1 K llom, Min A I (Jrillith, .Mini
11 Mofeak, Mim J Mipoirica, mo
K Stuart, Win J P Carry. Tenn
11 8lorei. Mi mi 0 A Doula-i, Mm
KC Brown, Ky T J Edward-. Ark
U W Mophenioa.Ark 1 A Hetchall, Mm
A J Vincent, Ind H F Strong. Ind
E Fin'ey. Ind K Vincent, Ind
AJ Brown, Mo 8om liobion, Mo
C B McKay, 111 K Brown. Mi
RL Hamilton. Ill 8 1 Walker, III
W L Hendenon.Ma Ed O Rutlnnd, Will
Koht McKeniie.Cana J II Uill. Mini
P II Phillipi. Mill 8 1 A yen, Mm .
C B Collim, l. H B Fronoh, La
C L Cameron 41. La.
E. F. MEYEIl, rec'y and rreta.
WIEWIPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Noa. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET,
-WHOLESALE
MEMPHIS. iTEHTT
Saddles.
HAHTJFACTDRERS AND JOBBERS
Collars.
-OF
arness.
Wff SPECIAL PRICES t Eallroad aat: Levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper na inn narunws.
JAMES M. OOODBAH.
BaTAinjisiiiirJ xseo.i
l. I,. IXAHU. E. J. OAKBISIGTOH
r. a. jomes.
OMPAUX
Gtt m mi
GOOBBAE,&
whoijtisaijH
BOOTS & SHOES
N. 319 MklS STREET.,
.MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
A BEAUTIFUL START AND
AN EXCITING FINISH.
v . , . , . U laaMal tea L. iJI
a-Onr Fall. and Winter Block or wh -"J-' ".. a ..mT ,1m. Thi foot that we aall moa than
now.eomplato. and we invito tno mercnanii vi.ivio, --- r ;----! lhat oir Voooa and nrleea a aati.i
?BJ!,'W;,h!L0ii!i,7A0fT o oolobratod lioo. Hooker Calf Booto. Krippondorl.
Dittman Co Ladi.".' ild. iat and Call. bld.l a lari. variety of othor .k... Our Jtaitern mj, jkio.
any hone. Olvopiarwll.
market
aay other
laetory to-
DiMindorf.
goodi ean not he larpaiaed by'
Neck and Neck from the Half-
Mile Post to the Judge's
Stand.
The Bargains at the Misfit Cloth
ing l'arlors Fass Under the
Wire SeTeral Lengths
Ahead.
NPECI1L NOTICE.
MESEES AND COM PAST.
Daring yesterday afternoon we
were out of those
H-alendld Walking Jacket!
At $3 aud $6 50 Enok.
Another ahliiment arrived late
hat evening and will be exhibited
today.
orEN TODAY A8 USUAL,
(Election Day Tueatlay.)
FROM 8 a.m. TO 6 m.
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
W Warlield. Toan
WOate, N Y
C I' Kewart, Tenn
K Kill It, Tonn
: II Foot, Mo
J V lltKkt .wcr, Miu
W A llacchuia. Mill
J S Miclilletvn, b 0
W K bwain.Col
T L Hoberu, Tonn
T V. Wilnon.Tonn
JnoDl'owell, N Y
K J MoClean, Mo
W McCain, N Y
R F Tiita. N Y
W W Wood, Ky
JSU'hilBon.Tonn
11 Phillipi Aw, Cnl
C N Thouipjon. Mini
II K Freuian, 111
A 11 Kent, Ky
J 11 Allen, La
C T li'Keele, Tonn
R P Falooner, 'l enn
W 8 llayar, MiH
M A Phillipi. N Y
J K0ohn,N Y
C J Dirdoci, N Y
A MCook.leui
N OJumi. N O
F Quaokenboii. N 0
W Johnnon, Tenn
Felix Pope. Mini
VI Lyndon, Kai
T L Hoborta. Mill
SFeaoht, Mini
11 Atbey. Mill
M Dbaaki, Ky
IT rf If UUli, IVJ n. Wi wuuai vaaa
Mf M MoColliitr.r.Kai P Corrigun, Mo
Harn llalpern. Mo C L liurrii. Mm
W II Pbolpi, Mli JT Low. Mm
P Thoa pnonAw.MinaUen Unoker jr. Ohio
JUSmiih.Mn J bhmherd . Tenn
H P Wllion w, Tonn Miu Lee Wilion.Tonn
ll u nainoarn, mo
W H Dudley, N 0
P Ludinner, Ohio
Mn C A Pratt, Mill
K 1 Carnoa, Mini
i Biilako, Mini
J II Wataon. Mill
VEGntmm, Australia
Vi K Parev. ir. Tonn
J n I.ntfnirHAt. Tenn N R hleilire. Mill
Mn N H Sledie, Mill Mini B Leltwiok, Mill
U J Hlitlery, br 1 u driver, Aia
Ltl Cruiapton, Ala A ja Uenry, Ala
U H Hubbard, Mo Rl Kininan, Mo
U Jankioa, Mo R K Mnrehead, Mill
0 11 Krwin. Mill T Howell. Wise
JlWalkor, Ark II M bmith, Ark
BRKirby, Ark M T t-torn, Tena
U K Newton, Kr 18 Dnherty, Ohio
A T Chriitiaa, Ohio B B Kiohards Kai
HJW.bb, Kai BN Jane, Mo
HJAtkim, Ark C 0 Adami, Ark
P M Uurdinv. Mill R J Morria, Miu
H D Neman, Mo I. A Ketohnm, Mo
W W MeCollintcr.Kai II (1 liopkina. Ark
C A Berry, Ark A M (libion. Ark
RJHinith, Ark M H Prkin, Ohio
h T Rohinion. ()hlo J Peanon. Ind
A B Polkar, Ind T 11 Steventon, Mill
U A Kllieorth, Mill B U Jordan, Ark
MTiuiberluke.Tenn G U elaon, Tonn
sol Uolou an, tonn
Oaatoai'a llalol.
W. U. BIN0D AM MAHiaia.
Euroian plan. Knlarird and relurniihod
f nui aooordint to me and loca
tion of roumi.
ibori.
W (1 Kndreri, Mill
II Henderaon, Tonn
C U Kiiev. Tex
J Roberta, Tenn
S W Reiney. Tenn
L OraUain, Miaa
A N Lowenite n, Ttna
WSdnnona, Mill
A B MoUride. La
b li Kaaon, N Y
Mra J K Glenn if, Ark
P.
Alabama Splint Coal.
M, PATTERSON ft CO., AgonU.
Tna nniamtiains firm of I. Bamol
an A Co. have secured the agoncf of
the celubrnted Uernandoa llavftna
ciKarettoa 'which lellat the popular
prion of b and 10 cents a package.
Lout-Hew Aril.
Batwten my place and race track
8unday evening black cloth overcoat,
Morry A UidRolv, maker, ia collar,
Ketnrn to II. A. Montgomery.
The IlandaomeMt
Hate and Bonrntacinbe had at Lf
Tlsat'a, in Odd FellowB bui'ding.
A DriiKRlHt'a Bfry.
Mr. Inane O. Chapman, drnwlat.
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's llaleam for
tho Longs. I can say of It whnt I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never heard a customer appak of
it but to praise its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest ettects. I
have used it in my own family for
many yearn ; in lact, always have a
Imttle in the medicine closet ready for
1180."
Adticc to Mother.
Mra. Winalow'a Soothing Syrup
should alwavs bo uaed when children
are cutting tooth. It relieves the little
siitlcrers at onco; it produces natural,
quiot sleep by relieving tho child
from pain, and the little chorub
awakes aa "bright as a button." It is
very plooaant to taato. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and ia the bent known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty
live cents a bottle.
W V .l.nnmm, Mill
8 W W Taylor. La
W L Thoutpion. (la
II A Irwin, Ky
VY I) Knnpp, Mo
(1 T Uowerton, Mill
T Uoy, Tenn
P Tracy, Tenn
K W Harry. Mm
W llTownieiul, Pa
A J (InHilli. MiiH
W W Camn be . Mill 4 A Newlom. V V
O B Fentuaiin, Mo A I) Rippel. La
A llama.. Mo w u tiolinett, mo
F H nuiliteri, Tenn C 11 Wa'ion, Tenn
JCBrumleytw.MisoPW Khndea.Tenn
K W rth' dei, ionn J II Itliojrf, lenn
W H l.ninbert, Ark WI llunloy, Ark
A V (iiirriHon, lonn K ll auiumpra, itx
II V Andermin, Tex P 0 leaaon, Ark
O llutter. Ill VV u Kmpp, Mo
J FitaKiuuoni, Wi J r Noalun, Va
II Ktnadinan, Tena HI) bholton, lenn
0 H bhellou, Tean W T llouiriaaa, Tonn
8 II Uuuter, Miaa 8 F Finloy, Tonn
b 11 Uualer. ir, lean a J Hill, Tonn
DALndir,lalo,Toun 11 illiama. Tean
J boott, UK K W Friend, Ark
(1 W Friend. Ark Or T K Felti, Ark
Debiiasauri'Jin.Tenn Miaa Dobuuaaiiro.Tenn
J C bnoenoy. Tenn W A Kooace, Tonn
P V l.enlur, Mla J A (liant, La
II 0 Moure, Ark 0 P Howard, Va
J il banda Aw, Ark H Caaey Youna, D C
.1 W Little, Ky CP tlibaoa, Miaa
M L bhol'ner, Tenn D P llndden, Tenn
Wll McDonald, Tenn W LUryaa, Tenn
W 11 lrby, Tenu (1 Baker, Tenn
D A Abernatky.Tena II 11 Cul'en, Tenn
B W btnilh. lean i M Coleman, Tens
Mri K v bmilh, Tonn J K Waildy, Tenn
J J bholton Jr. Tenn J 11 Mcl.une, N Y
McTishe, K Y Capt Aadrawl, N Y
MraW ll LeeAito.Tenn Miaa Lee, Tenn
Miai Butter, Tenn Miaa 8ndi, Tenn
J W X Browne, Tonn W 1) Maudlin.Toan
P Btllll. Tean Mn V L Hill, Tenn
11 U ilien, Alberta K H Pritchard, Tonn
MraL R Wheeler, Ala 0 W King w Jlo, Miaa
Mra Wninwriiilit.Miaa M 8 .lay. Tenn KiV
H 0 Fleming, Vt K C Ruiker, Ark
P i Wintera, Tonn W R Oroaa, Tenn
N AOlodilina, Tenn T P Ferguion, Tenn
11 PAnUiony, Miaa . W B VanKlrk. Mo
Dafi'i I oiraprMn Hotel.
Corner of Adarai and Main itreeti. Roomi
Me, 75o and ll per day : American PI
1 per day.
Vlmt Al.ultMtinrinl in the Hotel
J.U. DUFFY (111 yeara with Poabody Hotel)
rropriator
J W Franklyn, Toan
W H Unuroh, III
B btevena, Tenn
Bluffy, Md
0 cnCon' Tonn
Fl) MephC"- T,na
1 i Cai, Tenn
T Rnther, TenB
J B Pioklea.Tenn
T A Oordon, Tenn
II W llarroah. Ark
T W Alton. Mich
8 8 Porry. Tonn
Mrau Fo-le' .V4o,ien
WARMING UP It ia now time
to think of Fall and Winter Cloth
,1. it -
mg. liclore starting mo race tuo
horses are warmed up to bring every
muscle into action. To think before
you buy is to warm up the pocketa,
Tho low prices at tho Mis-fit Clothing
Parlors make it warm for compel!
tion.
STEADY NOW I GO! In the
raco for trade tho Misfit Clothing
Parlors are away in tho lead. We
e not handicapped with ready
made or job-lot goods, tut our speed
boots -are Custom-made Clothing,
bought at Half its Actual Cost, and
old at Half its Actual Value. '
WINNING THE SWEEP
STAKES-IIundrcds of Beautiful
Custom-made Suits at tho Misfit
Clothing Parlors-Suits that
steady goers and warranted not to
shy or break SuiU that will stand
woar and give good satisfaction.
CAPTURING all the PURSES
We sell you Custom-made Suits and
Fall Overcoats Chcapor than you can
buy ready-made. For Good Cloth
in, at Low Prices, we lead in the
raoe. In Prices we are the Favor
ites Against the Field.
ZELLNER & CO.
OFFER THE FOLLOWING
SOLIDBARGAINS
THISWEEK.
A LOT of Child'a Button Shooi, Heal
and Spring Heel, itroni and iub
itantlal, best Philadelphia makei,
imall aiaea radneed from 11.50 to 70f.
A LOT of Child'! Button Shoes, Calf and
Pebble Goat, liiei 8 tolOH, reduced
from 11.50 to 1.00.
SOO pain Pebble Grain Solar-tip Spring
Heal Button Bhoea. liiei 8 to W'A, re
duoadfrom 11.50 to $1.05.
300 pain Miaa.a' Pebble Grain Bprint
Heel, Solar-tip Button Sboei, aiieill
to 2, rodnoed from 12.00 to 81 SO. ,
200 pain aame kind, with heela, re-
duoed from 12.00 to I 80.
100 pain Yonthi' Calf and Grain Bat-
ton Shoes nioeanditrong, fully worm
t2 25. liiei 11 to 2, reduced to ai.es.
ISO pain Boyi' Button Shoes tbia li a
iplendid ihoe, nicely flniahed and
vrv aarvtoeabla liiei 2 to b)4, worth
fully 13.00, reduoedjo 3.00.
For This Vcek Only
Wo will loll our Ladiei' 12.50 Cnr Kid
Button Bhooi, worked buttonholei, lateat
tyle ahapea, pointed too and high heel
and common tenia too and low Men
every pair warranted, lor tho low price
nrai.ss.
Onr Men'i 13.00 Shoei aro tho belt in
tho land. They are made of genuino
calf akin, with leam'eii vimp, well fln
iihed and porfoot fitting. Wo warrant
"enti"rLadier and Children'! Droll
gJuIi', Ladioi' and Children1! Stout
iir 1 1. : ci...
Ever thing Excellent in Footwear, at
price! LOWER than eliewnere.
zi:llneh & co.
300 MAI STItEET.
i I N SAVINGS Wi
Ufl, 7 TVT ATaTSnTI STREET.
PAID CP CAPITAL, :::::: $100,00
Intereat Paid on. Xopoaltai.
OPKN SATUKOATS UH1IL. 7 O'CLOCK P.M.
M. li. K 1TZ BERG'lF, President.0 T. KATZEXBERGER, Cashier
BOABD OF DIRECTORS. .
A. TOHEN. J. H. BISC0K,
T. f" TOBfN, A. 8. MEYERS.
NAPOLEON HILL.
W. 11. UAKKUL.1,,
JOHN A. DBNIE,
J. W. hCHOHR,
WHOLESALE GROG
EES,
JUST BECEIVWO AND IS STOKE,
a nnn .,. n. Kdw IVnn fNpnann lHJSft). ItiO C'oflee.
3000 kcRS Iron and Steel Nails-best brands.
1,000 barrels lteuneu nuKr n .".
100 barrels New Crop ((Season lsw), KIce.
1,500 pkRS. L.eal and llcilned L,ard.
150 tierces Canvassed llama.
1O0 boxes Breakfast Baeon.
a ddd 1... ttft.At lAwdiip fa U fl I fl flM.
1000 boxes Canued Goods, Sardines, Oysters, Etc.
l.OOO bxs. pore Mewajreana nt-inc- ' " " " , " . ' . . .
1,000 bags hand-picked Virginia and Tennessee Peanuts.
ma ..-.. n...u ai 1ia oililrated brands ofSIL-
VEll MOON and JttEMPlII Pure Stick Candy, and Baking
Powder. Iniporter)9 of foreign Frnits, Lemons. Oranges,
Baislns, Nats, Etc.
Nos. 284 and 28G Main Street, : fflcmpnis, renn.
Subscribe for the "Appeal,'
a Q Mnnai, Ai k
J 0 McKee. Ark
ll Kittiaaer, Ky
D Thouipaon, Mo
II J Mnrphy, Tenn
J II Todd, Tnna
8Uuli, Tenn
K Smith, Tenn
Mr Nelaon, Ark
J Van, Mo
R P Howard, Tinn
C i Hell, Tenn
W T Owona, 1'enn
J Vt Oowell. Tenn
u n uuinpnnea.ienB l martin, ay
MISFIT
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Siinure, .neinpiiia, lenn.
Open evenings until 9 ; Saturdays.
until 11.
N.B. Remember, all alterations to
insuro a Perfect Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE, by a First-olass Tailor
in our Parlor.
Deviled Crabn, Shrimp,
Salmon, Frean aMjria,
Sardlaita, Lobalera,
Brook Trooi, Oyateira,
Haekercl la Tonaalo Catnap,
Raeel StntTed Pleklen,
inn Plcklea by thecal. ! laj
Pickled Onlona, Hot Bellao,
Wooatr Sance, Tomato Catnap,
Capers, Maatard, Cnrrjr Powder,
Salad Dressing, Olives, Olive OH,
Cream ae, Celery Sauce,
Celery Ke., Kle.
j. r. buckhajml&co.
UNION & PLANTERS' BANK
OP MEMPIIIS.TENN.,
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS,
nn-ronim so. lOBO
Boots and Slioes
26X1 jVEAXNT ST.
yvtlR F,T0CK OF BOOTS AND SHOES FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR IS MORE
O S. nt Pe , th r.nri.in, not only the belt and finMt but alio I all lino, of u..
dinm. durable nd ityliah gooda, whioh wo offer at low tgurea.
thu TRnK . orTev aneeial Indueemel
onr rn CT7 1' J . n fill ordera lor
enabling Merchant! to fill in without being eompelied
iti. Carrying mon oi onr goeaa ia
JiVt .i... II So EXTRA COST, thu
to buy goodi not needed.i
AKenU;for the:Celebrted W. I. Doan-las Men's CaU Sboes and 1
Boys' Shoes In all atyles.1
rn,T,lTSTHATWr CATAT.OftnW ANT PRTOK T.TBT MATT.wn yWKK-tsa
Frank Schumann,
SECURITY BMI
BESOCBCES.
v x ni.uK.ii
llankinghouio and offioo fixturei 30,W "
Overdrafti..... aij'tjj
Kviwinaea ana laxei ' ' v
HightKxchange...
Caen on hand
...in8.225 36
,.. atie,717 7J-
nv wnvpiif IL..A n APE DEPOSIT. TRUST CO. AND
V iUAJUa. W..KJ M- ' fBBMasBBl
svinxrcsrSJ BA.3VK.,
Ko.13 MAUVSOX STIIEETtMlSMPlIl,TEai.
626.94S 09
t2,(29,9H 79
I.IABILIllK'i.
O.nltalP.idnp .2 22
Undivided Profita Wf.Jj' 5'
Kxohange and Intereit 31,341 92
2,029I4 79
q d nifin '. Cashier
DI HECTORS.
a v...rr,. Wm. A. WIIHemion,
Joaei,h Bruoe, Napoleon Utll.
R. Dudley Frayior. K. hnaloy.
Sinner. SS! MaWitt.
laaae N. Bnowden.
K.
B Kll'liai, leaaer.
- . wu m w . ,4 r w . , - - -
n. v hkww K. r,,.ru.. " . . a
H J. I1I.A U. Caalilrr. vvm
BOARD OP 1HRECIOHS.
. r. aonww. S. P. B KAU.
W. N. WILKERSON.
JKO OVERTON.Ja.. W F. 1AVL0B :. R . b BLACK
K.R:?f PA1DON BEPOSIIS
A . v Miaa.aajBME.ar. " - -
w T. BETI1EL.
mlliv. II A I 1 L'V
atvlKUN .Nl'KLlAl.a.Y SOLICITED.
THIS INSTITUTION IS AUTHORIZED UNDER THU 1 LAWS OT .
To do a General Bankina Builneii. Discount VVM?l?fXlarl "tnveit in See-ittel
r i K,.,,riii,.. Tn Kereive Uenostti ano pay inmn' TT" :. i. ffii.nminr or
Guardian, fame aa an Individual
Valuable!
.ni
To act a. Meoe vor for wrnoranoa.. .fi'v"" i; J
I. Alio, nayo a o "-rvr" '..I..-. -
oi ino BVV'.rr,. -
rnnaare rieie-tu.MyjMM
j, r.utv .il ' : ,. .... i m.. v.... Kale ur.
,HeaejorTrnt. To Buy ana eoii " To the But. of Tenneaaee,
nm nil iiinai cau uo Bniniy " ---- ,t u
-Huopial Attention Pnid to Colleotmn". fat
Importer and Dealer la
Bui, Flablnic Taekle and Sport.
anen's Sappliea. ar Bpooial attention
given to MANUFACTURING and R-
R. KTJPFERSCHMIDT,
IMPORTER AND DEALER VS
; li.Ji-k---n.Vl..
j. G. SCHMIDT & SON
ti
V a. 1 IT. . i
nnnelatori (or HotelMBd 5?.1
zszzszsm i hindrRop"
done. '
P U Seilon, Tenn
A J Jonea, Tenn
W T Kohul), Ark
W P Sialti, Ky
F D Htepheaa, Tenn
B Slerena, iena
11 It Uobba. Mo
T Walah, Mo
H Porreal. Col
D It tl nvten. B 0
r hoohn. Tenn
I! K Ruoknr, Ark
J W Billingalea.Ark
W K Dabha, Ark
J M t're'ght, Tenn
B K Adaina, Tenn
L J llouaer. Mo
J H-'iaaro, Cnl
T P MeKee, Tenn
CO lieariek, Ind
0 C Williainun, Ark 8 B (lannaway, K
1 ti lleagerty, Ky J At Poiiiaaan, (ini(
RKMontiiomrry.TennW B Burton. Tenn
J M Taylor, Toon i TCatlei, Tenn
0 M Ulaik, Tonn Wui Heard, Mial
11 Kteveni, Ia.
UMudrnll
II B1IMOVSD II? THt riaa o COPOABIH1,
Anit it dttmalates and promote tha
prowtb of the hair.
nrnntt'a Flevort:!Evtrotiavaths
teat
oiann, Animnnltldn, Flulilnn Tackle
and riiiortamena' Nupplioa.
WHOLKHALK AND RKl'AIL.
Ma etnin Street, Menaplils, Tenait
MaaiTfVritr."'" nl Rspalrlng ol Sona a
o rr.-tnok. Beat aaiortmenU
DtBfia'Fi
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
8HEA ft McCABTIITtrropfs,
140, 142, U4 Front, Memphle.
ONE or THE LARGEST BOILER SHOPS
in tha Booth, and 'he only e"mpletl
Boiler and hheet-Iron Work, in the eity
aaaaanlHctnreraal Iteajy Pl
work ol every dparrlpila. opooial
attention given to plantation work. ;
COAL.
COAL.
..aso
COAL.
JOH3I WALSH,
SSO Seeaand Street
,nrn niTTCtiniin
"1MHMi S'DK KNTUCkV COAL.
Al-BO-HARD
nOOD.
H, H. COOVEIl k CO,
II
LUMBER YAHDaPLA
MANUFACTURERS OP , ,
DooSsh,nUnds,Mold..lK.n
Frames, Brackets, scroii-n ura, -----
Liuubcr, ShlnKles, LatUs, Water Tanks .
ai. o? Wood Work Executed at Short Notice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Mempl.ls. l enn.
i
IG MILL
760..
..TELKKHOBSE .-1?0
HUBDr
DEAFNESS
U at vour own ho
twenty-eilht yeara,
Iti eauaei, and s "jw
and luoeaaiful ''"i
ami, by one wno w ui
Treated tiy nioai oi
the noud ipeolaltau without
iHRii.r in three montha. and tnen
band "red of otoeri. Ifuli rtou!.ri lent
oa spplleotlon. T. 8. PA'KJ.,.
So! tt W ot 31it itroet. Nw lork CitT.
J. F. II0LST & BR0.
(accCKsaoBs to u. a. homt bro.
t"
Funeral Directors,
HAfl BBMOTEB TO
Ko. i SECOSD ST MEMPHIS.
A TULL and oampl-) toV'mot.-&"
A. MeUllio Oaiol nd CaakoU, l0y
rod CaakoU and Burtal Robog
hand. aaa-Ordort bt talogiapfc promP
Hod.
S 00TT0H m
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seaworthy Vessels ft:
Ginhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
124 and 19ft POPLAR STREET, MEMPHIS.
D. W. FLY, ,
Lata ot Commerce, Mi
v ti nun RON.
Lata o'l Coffeoville. MUi
SAM H0BS0N.
Late of Brooki, Neely k Co.
FLY. HE
BROSI & HOBSOW
Cotton Factors and Commission Merclianta
324 Tront Street1 Memphis Tenn.

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