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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 188G.
8
uasou mi table.
laalratpn ITalley Kante (I H. O.
W4 X. Rf.) Trains on this road run as fol
low! : Now Orleans fet nail, doily, laavaa
at 4:30 p.m. Vlcksburg ipres, dally.
l.aTeaatf:lSa.m. Now Orleans fast mail,
dally. arrlTes i i:10 a.m.i Vickiburg 01
proil, daily, arrWes at5:i5 p.m.
Mta-tMlwpl and Town Trilni
Koto M lollowi: New Orleans ' '
Solly ot :a.m.l leases doily at 6:00 p.m.
ItwMrt BJcwaand iMlMlppi w'
leyTrain! moTO M follows! Past no
Imtm ot 10:00 o.m.l tt. Lonll last line
Wares ot 30 p.m. 1 Foot lino arrives at 1 :30
Virjst. i-uli foot lino orriToo at :C6 a.m.
. LoaloTtllo and "owhwIIW-Treln;
cto oj follown Past moil nrrlTei dally ot
Jll5i.m.i l.aTeiatl0:10p.m.t moll Iootoo
doily ot 10:10 o.m.l orrWoi at 4:00 p.m,
BrowniTtll. aeoommodetiom Iootoo do y
xeept Sunday, at 6 p.m. I nrrlyesdally,
Moopt Sunday, ot 8 :50 o.m. (standard time).
wir Knl(Hoou Jltr,Sprt-a
eld and pjoniptaio) Trolnt leaven, and
1. dopot oj followit No. 4, Kansas City ex
i, Iootoo ot 10:45 .m.t No. I. Kansas
City oiprooi, orriToo ot 30 p.m. Ho. ,
gusas City moil, U.t.1 o6:00 p.m. Nojl,
t ... raw mm. II. orriToi ot 0:45 o.m. No.
ST fit. Lli ond Chlcaao oxpnwi, Iootoo at
ruO p.m.i No. 1. Bt. Looofand Chloaoooi
nrass. arrWes at 1:45 a.m. la offoot Sunday,
lori! la.1884.
Memphis and rnarleaton Tralaa
boto a follow! i Through oiprooi Iootoo
Sally at 10:4t p.m. Moil and ozprooo Iootoo
2Tii. i in -00 a.m. Hemarrill. aoeommoda-
tloo Iootoo dally, aieept Sunday, at 5:30
o.m. Through eipreei oitItoi dolly at 5:3ft
J. . Jlatl aad express arrW.s dolly at 1C-.90
b m. Somorrillo aooommodatloa arrifoo
Jally,onoptBadoy,atl:aoa.m.
Mla. BlrOBlBKllBot and AtlaB
tie-Holly Bpringa Routa-Trelni mov. M
follow I No.llooTOi liompbli dally at S:46
.i,i arrival at Holly Baring! at o :oo a.m
Bo. 1 Iootoo Holly Sprli
Inrinrs d
.. arrvre at ktompkli ot 10 :10 a.m
No.
Iootoo Mompali 4l
;T:16 p.i
., arriTM
It
,t Holly Bprlors at 11:4ft p.m.! no.o leare;
Hoi yBnr
oily Bnriars auy ai aiu a.m., bitjt-j
Mamr-hla at 4 :46 a.m .
atoioola and IJItla .-JTrlna
iova aa follow! Central ttandarl tlmo) i
BOTO
&0.1
0. 1 Iootoj aaiiy at a :su p. , i "
Jtsi
m. id, 1 leeres a oma "J rr',J
1 .to o.m. No. 6 (freight) loam u.penoia
doll (ozeopt Bandar) at
I 4:00, a.m.). arriTM
aHilQp.n.
THE WEATHER
lldlMUOM,
Fer Alabama: Fair wwatW; nearly
t ationary temperature in toulhtm portion;
I ightly cooler in norihtm portion; so 'A-
For MMmlppi: FairveaUur; tiigMy
toder; toulhtrly winds.
Ftr TtuntnM: Fair wathtr,- tliMy
cooler. ' ' U
For Arbxntat: Fair wea&tr; tooUr;
Vittlerly windt. y ;
trolo;lcal Report.
Hnria, T., NoTembor 1. 1W.
Time.
Bar.
Tiier.
Wind
7:00 k.m.
180 141
50.0
700
00.0
8K
Olo'dy
8:00.rp
30.070
S.W.
Hair,
10:00 f.tik ltO.084
B.E. lUlttr.
Mazimntn temperature, 72.0.
Minimum temierature, 48.0.
(hose, 11 a.m., 2.
Kainfall. OOP.
CITY NEWS.
The dust la terrific.
' Courts were closed yesterJay.
No mora elf ctlons for two yearn.
The police had a quiet day of it
This weather is rough on the
clothiers.
The cotton compresses are run
ning day and night,
The Hon. Gassy Young was on
the ground yesterday.
Preparations for the winter are
irolna on at a lively rata at the race
track. . i .
The election yesterday wai one of
the quleteat ever held in Shelby
county.
The weak vice of scratching waa
not Indulged In to aoy appreciable ex-
A Homan'i Error, by Bertha Clay
and Century for November, just re
ceived by Mansford.
"French market" at SOO geoond
street (Women's Kxchange) next Fri
day and Saturday, from 4 to 10 o'clock
p.m.
Jockey Forleigh sticks to his story
that Ascoll was drugged Hatnrday, bnt
ays he does not believe the jumper's
owner did it.
Robert Peblow, an old and well
known cltiun, dropped dead with
heart disease yesterday evening at bis
residence, No. 63 Avery street. lie
was 73 yeais of age.
L'ght winds which prevailed all
day vebterday caught np the finely
powdered dint and sent it in clouds
through the ttreuts, Main street look
ing as if it were enveloped In a fog
most of the day.
The dirkles took little interest in
the result, and unfortunately the mer
chants wtra all over thnir ears in
work, and many of them found it dif
ficult to find time to vote belore the
hour for cloeing the polls.
The Young Men's Christian Afso
elation will give a social entertain
ment and concert at tlie'r rooirs, No.
207 Main street, next Friday night at
8 o'clock. There will be no charge
for admiseion and all frieuda are cor
dially Invited.
There will be a turoting of the
adies Auxiliary of the Young Men's
Christian Aasociation next Tournday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, in their
parlor, No. 207 Main street. All la
dies wishing to take part in this work
are invited to bs present.
The market muster at the Wom
en's Exchange next Friday and Satur
day evenings will have need to be a
polyglot. The number and variety of
tails, stall keepers, wares, purchaser,
and tonguet, will eclipse anything tula
me oi raria or f.gypt.
Judge Dubose sustains Coroner
Powel in his statement that he and
his deputy are alone entitled to hold
inquests, when either are in the coun
ty. Judge Dubose says: "Inqueeta
are frequently held where thete is no
necessity whatever for such practices.'
I am determined that uselesi extrava
gance in this, as well as in other cases,
niiau not uo pnrmii ea; no men un
lawful expenses allowed. No marls
traie but the regularly elected and
qualified coroner or his deputies have
the right to hold inquests in Shelby
Mnnl.
oeverai nauowe en parties were
(I I I II . ..
given Ajanday night. Many of the
cusiOms at such gatherings are very
Sretty. One of them is to place four
ishes on a table, one containing a
gold ring, another water, the third
clay and the fourth broomenrn. A
' person is led bllndlolded to the table,
and if he pnU his hand in'.o the dish
with the ring he will be married be
fore the year; if ha dips Into the water
he will take journey across the
water: if into the clay, he will bs
buried before the end ol the year; if
the ill starred .dame of fickle fortune
nould nndge his elbow, mayhap he
will crab the hroomsorn. which Ha.
cides his fate as an old bachelor to the
end ot his days
I
PERSONAL.
Mas. F. E Bbanram, of Oxford, ft
Visiting her niece, Mrs. F. II. lieiskell.
Fine Jewelry at HnlfVrd'g.
AMUSEMENTS.
Cram Patch drew toother bis hone
at th llempbii Theater lat night.
It will lie repealed every niKht this
week.
Wr, l a t t o.
W. A. MfHtayer, whose' name is
familiar in every part of the country
from his extended tonr with Tht
Touritlt in a Pullman Car, piraose to
Bay ba rever appeared in Memphis,
iiaTiuK piavou iu fiTerj uhj m mv
United Statoa and Canada with this
one exception. He will present bis
new comedy ol we, U$ A vo. om Mon
day evening at the Memphis Theater.
The play is built upon a remarkable
partnership existing between a quack
doctor and a Wot torn veterinary sur
geon. The patients are quartered at
a tauilarium known us Mad Springs,
where mcst of the funny scenes are
laid.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
' ' SaoloalHotrl. -
V. H. BINGHAM Miaooia.
Knropoaa plon. Knlariod and rofarniibod.
ITIOOi aoooraiaf fco oio u luomr
tion of rooau.
B F Bottli, Tons N Morlwotbor, Ark
W E Bmiih, Ark JA Woodioo, Ark
D MHIor, Ark B Cormack. N Y
W K Vatrall, MIm J lUmbl.t, Ark
T J Eholton, Jr. Toaa P W Hhodoi, Tox
Pr Bloaa A w, biim u n n. vorni, in
11 N UarDoaior. Xona J A
BlanohUr. Tann
J n Borloa, BV
. Kr
W P McKwen, Tona
A f Cook, Tonn
W P Palntor, Tonn
JBCbopllno. Ark
Br Collins, Tona
J O Carter. Toan
8 Ii Hitnbol.Tona
W Wimlow, 111
W T Rrbom. Tona
j M Colomon,tona
J M Jonoi Aw. Min
W 0 Bwoopo, Tona
(1 ViltKarald, 'J'onn
J f lli loinao, Tona
DP Kllia.Uo
T Taylor, Tena
B A Koborti, Itlil
J boa way, Mios
T Moron y. La
0 A DoHoussaro, Ton
R W MoUuirk. Tonn
W A Pains, Tonn
II It (Jrlnnall. Tann
HAKIIU, KT.VAUR
H Itloinantnal, mi"
J W Hoiobroach, Mo
R Tioborman. La
H)ii K lnt , Tona
Mrs 8 i MoUoo, Tann
N U Jonos, Tonn.
rcaboxly Hotel
O. B. OALI.Off AY M CO Paoraiirou.
BaUa ta 50 and 13 par day. aeenrdini to
liia aad loootioa of room ttpoolal
mada rata.
r.m.r. Hill (1 W C CllllotlO. N Y
MClarko.NY W Aftood, Ark
falmor, Art 1 u niouinin, n
KV Hill Ao.Tsnn J J llaitor. Tonn
(i W Andorion, Miss G W Lowry, Miss
C HTumiiklns.Tonn J W Crowlay, Miss
(1 (lillotto. M Y
TT TT niVBo Afjnil
KTKbod.i, N Y
W J Jonoa.N Y
L A Law ton, NY
A Warron.N Y
BJ Colo. Miss
T W Lininir,Pa
W M Mooro.Tonn
r laf i T
fa I
' Fnedinan, Ubio
Allison, Tann
W O Andrawa. Kr
W Woloott, N T
II LCraighaad, Tonn
I) Brs.H .rii. N Y
W KCsdy.Mo
TBFisb, Tann
NUowTn, i
A fl MoAshlsnd, N Y 0 W Barrow, Va
U HAmi. Miob
O W Lasmtry. N Y
TJBtoak, N Y ,
Thns Downey, Mo
0 Krasor, NY
B J Corpontor, la
J P tipinnlna, Ohio
Mrs 8 Vauvhn. Ky
J M Murphy, Ky
T C Park, Tann
A D Uritlin, Mo
V O Hallow, Mo
J Y Harlan, Ark
M Daniels, N Y
H Iilaka.Tenn
0 Caldwell, Ala .
M Morton, N Y '
B0 Combell.N J
J nOilr. l,a
PT Powers, Mo!
A LOdenwaldor, Mo
11 II Jobson, N V
II VT Fuller, Ky
SK Nathan. La
A Hkai-n. Kr
W O Cbamborlain.MU
B W Uisuox, N K
CBKohwarU, N Y
J M Comnton, Ky
J Nash, Tann
C I) finionton, Toaa
B Huain.Tonn
(1 M Johnson, Ala
S Doris Aw, Ala
C Chambers, N J
M Anderson, N Y
J JumisoiuBO
J Uoleman, Ark
z. . . . i i i I vi r
U ll"firnoaHl AI, Ara v vupeianu, i
CB Taylor, 111 J R coital, Tann
Da By 'a yoropcan Hotel.
Corner of Adam! and Main streets. Rooms.
Mln. Ifta and II per day I Ameiioan Plan,
12 par day. First olass Rostsurant in tho
Hotel. J.M. DUKPY (10 years witb rea
bodyllotol), froprietor.
?M Illaok, Tsnn BBtaTons, la
W Franklyn.Tonn A A Martin, Tana
FStoub, Tann Huuffy, My
K B Millar, Tann T Junes, Tonn
-1-111 T I II....... u.
x rvurrj, s.iiu w iml, , mv
J M Hamilton, Miss 0 B Miller, Tonn
T Harris. Tenn
U T O'Uavar, Tona
fH Torry. Tann
W Hmith, Tena
K TPool, TVna
W M Gray, Tann
P M Morris, Tann
5K Knoker. Aak
R Miller. Tonn
JLOray, Tenn
A Llndsey, Tonn
0 J F Wharton, Tena
Mri 0 Coosa, Tonn
KB Morton, Tonn
J R Rofars, Ark
K M Joaas, Tana
11 1 Wheeler, Miss
W II Adams, Ua
RC Fuller. Miob
C T Cope, Mo
J L Cooper, Mill
R L Pennrman. Oa
r Hamilton, Ark
TW Waller, Ky
K 11 Toms, Ark
BBtMib.Ark .
J M LatnotttMo
H M Wolls. lnd
W B Adams Ua
P J Allan, Ky
K M Franois. Tex
J Malcolm, Ark
H U BoutbwIoK. Ark
II Ford. Mini
0 0 Williams, Ts
R R Fulmar, Mo
J W Anderson, Ark
Tbe Mew Sjlayoao.
FARRINGTON, BTRWART k WHITE,
Paoraiaroaa. ,
(iHsi. O. Ruth Manasor.
Ratal 12 50 toM par cay, acoordini to laoa-
uon oi rooma.
M t Boeman, Ohio
I. H Katoham. Kan
VTA Rullock, Mo
T M Butler, Ark
0 U Chambers, Tena
B W How. Tenn
Mn US Kicks. Miss
Miss A BNims, Miss
A UoUlinsn, Mo
J II Nowaom, Tenn
U M KdaerUin, Mo
i II lllakn, b
in.
U L (Hnloy, Miss
J W Turner, N J.
K K Uiinaldion, Ky
K L Armrtad, N X
Hon II T Kllett.Tenn
MsJ W II Berry, Tone
B II lliookf, Tena
A K Cldwll. Tonn
J U Allen, Ten
Min l.ovall.MJ John Marshall, N Y
II T llitinei. Mo A II UaniK, Mo
KJPaarson, Mo H J Hamilton N Y
U 1j Whipple. N 1 J It unrmlon, Ky
J A Hnydir, Miss A It Meroer, Miss
K M llonderson, Ark A K Simpson, Ark
II T Phelps. Ark
J W Canlu. Ark
C 11 Clarke. Miss
ll M Jones, Mis!
K M Thompson, Oa
J D Marshall, Mo
J I) Kamp, Ohio
H R Dean, Ind
J II Illake, La
H M Mo Mliitor, III
K J Hudson, Tenn
8DUra,Misa
C R Carringlon, la
0 T Dudlny, Ohio
B M Watktna, Ark
R I Hunt. Tann
T J Calhoun, Ua
11 I, Klliott, Mo
R Phillips, Ohio
H K Miller. Ind
B R Low, Miss
J B Thompson, 111
11 K Watsna. Tenn
8 R Harrison, Tonn
II H llis-its, Miss
C P bowers, la
AM KlaUr. Ohio
J B Peaaon, Trnn
V n uiay, roan.
Priddy Hnow,
i r- 1 . i i! -i
tCUIIIIDII, "UWIH.IVI.I (,U,OI,
Cor. Front and Jefferson Bte., M.inphls.Teaa
J. II. 1'aiuuT, I'rop r, or Kii-auionu, Va.
Transient rates, II 50 to fc! per day.
Mrs Purrass, Tana Mrs J Illaok, Tonn
SB lloyoa.Tonn
Powlar. Miss
U W llaker. Mis!
J II Raid, Tenn
J K Hinlth, Tona
D II Nusant, Mill
O W Nteveuon, Ark
0 Harrison, Misi
A L Uradlord, Mill
A B II. nt, Ark
C M Carter, Ark
Henry Prloe, Ark
W H Boyd, Mirb
I'll Handera. Mist
K O Brown, Ky
SHwentman, tia
B MoRoberta, Mo
T Ularkson, III
M L Bowers, Ark
Miss J Uilbert, Miss
P Powell Aw, Tona
I) B Kmbary, Tona
T W hastier, Miai
JR Tamsley, rWer
II Harris. Tann
J 1 Kdwardi, Ark
BBtuart, Miss
J Andorson, Miss
O P darner, Ark
RL Bond, Ark
BP WUford, Ark
J B Boyd, Mlrh
H Oolwoll, Im
L Linohaa, Ky
J J Poole, Ky
Mooro, Tenn
unser. Ill
Moonoy. Ill
Miss C Bowers, Ark
f N Pnider, Ala
J W Himiison, Tann
R (1 Taylor, Toaa
C U Cook, Miss
OL Knox, Mlaa
Ala
Aik .
KViiove, Ala
J K Adams. Ark
son, Tenft
e. Tenn
RM lllakemoro, Toaa
A II Martin, Miss
Chaa N.winaa. Miss
B U lilSI.lt, Miss
W Walls, aio PL Davis,
J W Williamson, Ala I U Willis
Ala
ami, Ua
Solid Silver at MuUord'H,
Still Another.
Mr. Charles Kummerle, bu'clier,
iui stain street, was yes erday re
lieved ot a tape worm in sixty mln-
utis by Dr. M. Key Smith, Ho. 72
mauison s-reeu
fif uirvrdft, 210 Main.
Alabama Splint Goal.
P. M. fATTEBSQa A CQH Ageats.
Fine Watch Repairing, XalfortTs.
The Ilandeoiucttt
Hats and Bonnets can be had at La
vigue's, in Odd Fel.ows' bui ding.
Inspect Mnlfbrd it atock.
lfautlriitt
is RBaiovan by ths css or ooooasibs,
And it stimulates and promote ths
growth of the hair,
Burnett's Flavoring ErtracU are the
ON 'CHANGE.
Tnoea who have subscribed to the
pool on crop etti mates must ray their
subfcriptions today, or their natbei
will be erased from tae list.
Sales of cotton in Memphis yest. r-
day 14.C03 bales, distancing a'l pre
vious records, inenext largei-t eaie
was U00J bale?, sold January 3, 1880.
Tbx Bradstrret Agency reports 210
failures in the United btatis during the
week ending Uj'ober 2Utb, against wo
in the preceding week and 170, 205,
19a and 137 in the corresponding week
of 1885, 1884,1883 and lt-83 respect
ively. Middle fetates, 44; New hnt
land S ates, 157 ; Hoothern S-atee, 28;
Western States, 78; Facifio States and
Territories, 20; Canada, 10. Total in
the Utited btates and Uanada, TM.
FROM THE PEOPLE.
Tba Lata fiamnrl Hmllb, of Mary
laaia.
To tbo Editors ol the Appeal :
A selected article in the Appcal of
Sunday which alludes to Samuel
Smith, of Maryland, and to his long
service in the Congress of the United
States aa uneventful and undistin
guished, recalls to memory perhaps
the moot striking incident in his ca
reer. When old and quite feeble he
took part In a debate in the Kenato, in
which Mr. Clay was the leader on the
opposite side. In tbe course of the
discussion Mr. Clay, somewhat un
kindly, applied to Mr. Smith tbe lines:
"Old polltlolana ohlmoon wisdom past,
Aad totter on in bluaderi to tba last."
Mr. Smith resented tbe affront in a
naech full of fire and spirit, which
surprised his friends and evoked tbe
sympathies of the Senate. Tbe occur
rence was much spoken of at the time
and Is well rememoeieu ny tne writer,
mmmmmmmmm 8ENEX.
MISSISSIPPI NOTES.
Fomtotoc county rrjoices becanse it
has harvested the largest hay crop it
has cnt smce the war. Such a result
is worth rejoicing over.
Somflowib Codhty, Miss., bad an
odd experience at its last examination
of school teacher candidates ; only two
stood the test, and these two were
both colored. 6o slates the Yaiso
Sentinel.
Ths Hindi County Comet, which
shows how progress has Invaded that
State: A resolution has been adopted
at the Industrial Institute requiring
the teacher of dress making to visit
New York every summer so as to keep
np with the latest styiss.
Tax Vicksburg iZeraMssya the effect
of tbe organization of cotton planters
against the cotton seed oil companies
in already felt, and seed bas gone ap
in price to $0 per ton. Poor cotton
seed! As the railor ears, "it's between
the devil and the deep sea."
Menkes
aw Tho aontinned brisk lalei, In all depart
ments, bas broken the assortment of Colors.
Texture! and Biaas, in so many olasiei ol
foods that wo find it ABSOLUTELY noeei
sary to CLKAK our ihelroi and aonntsri
of these
mora lines
AT A SACRIFICE.
Tba earnest oorreotnosi of tba a so of tba
word NACturiuit you wut aoxaowioaso
whoa yoa examine
(REINER'S
Groat BROKEN LINE of Dresi floods, all
wool, oiesani quainr, wrm w
double-width, enbraolnf foods at 60 and 75
and Hoe Sjlreuslstat Variety of Colore
stael Tealure.
K11EMK1VS . :
Great Broken Line Dress Goods
Finest tradei, sreatest ralaei, '
7B data r yard.
ambraoim 76o, 11.00 and It.X roods twenty
or Intrty aineront kinds.
GREAT CLEARING
French and Nnnllih Tailorings Nobby,
New and Durable,
All New Prices Monday
AND ALL LOW PRICES.
GRE AT REDUCTION
Combinations Elosant Swell All reduce!.
reiardlosa of desirability. Compare this
woes, i and last week i prioei.
iim:irii:it'g
t)l.an 24 inch wide Colored Rllk VeWet
TliEUKHAT 8UCUKSH, IIK0KKN LIN K3,
Romembor, this mama Mamains, and Bar.
ains at Kticainu a mhamb
Gooi Goods at Cheap Prices
ELEGANT WRAPS
That Mast
lie Mold
Ibis Week.
KREMER'S
WRAPS are tho
handsomest
Tor shows hero.
S 7 ASTRAOHAK JACKETS.
IO BO ASTKACHAN WRAPS, TAIL
IRIMUaD.
A treat many odd Wraps, ont of a kind, to
he sold at ooe-balf nrlre oome and mmt ona.
Wo hare limply tho most Immenao aaaort-
mant that ona oouia aestre to seloot from
LIUUT WEIGHT WRAP8, lace and frlnie
trimmed., at nu, an nu and H oO.
A LINE OF N RWM ARKEIti, of Ino qua)
tly, at ft mi sssisw.
rU'LDRKN'B CLOAKS In ill lisee.
tl :. II AVELOCKS for school wear.
t7 7.i, FINK CHILDREN'S CLOAKS, At
trackan trlmmea.
FOR 08 CENTS
BOO Fine Birds' and Fa-cy Feathon, worth
ai w w u ou,
CORSETS.
7H reasta-CorsoU: tho best In tho South
lie wla Corsets of many kinds, that arc
worm aouDio ana urioo.
Of tbo best shapes that are out at SB Malta,
100 Fine Trimmed Hats. Felt Hats. Lots ol
Bow ihapea oomina in daily.
TIUJIJIISU DEPARTMENT.
BALL TRIMMIN9, M cents.
FKATIiKK TRIMMINGS. M cents
FUR TRIMMlNUtMn Lynx. Bearer, Musk
iiuason jay dadio.
IIANDKEKUUIEFS.
Bilk Ponma Ilandkarcbtefi at 15 cents.
liandkerchiefi at 18 oents, in all kinds ol
fanoy borders.
GLOVES.
KRKMKR'ft Guaranteed UloTes at tl 00
WOUHullHTAIRRS. extra ooalitT. at tl
01)US AND KN1B of Ulores at II 00, worth
tl M.
BO 'siia Chlldron's and Mines' Jersey
UIOTOS.
ua OHNTH
Buys an immense lino of Fancy Rlhaoa ol
OTery wid b and atylo, worth twioo and
tnrioe.
M-Dlaplay r Ha-daomo Wrnra
rimeEvrnlaBMIIheand Broeadca,
Elraamt Velvala aad Bllka, Hew
nilllaory, MONOAT, al
KREsMR'S
A BEAUTIFUL START AND
AN EXCITING FINISH.
Neck and Neck from the Half-
Mile Post to the Judge's
Stand.
The liargalns 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. Before starting the race the
horses are warmed np to bring every
muscle into action. To think before
yon buy is to warm np the pockets.
The low prioes at the Misfit Clothing
Parlors make it warm for competi
tion. STEADY NOW !-GO! 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 Custom-made Clothing,
bought at Half its Aotual Cost, and
sold at Half its Aotual Value.
WINNING THE 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 satisfaation.
CAPTURING all the PURSES.
We sell 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 Prioes we are the Favor
ites Against the Field.
MISFIT
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Coirt Square, Memphis, Tenn
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.
LOCAL JNlriUJCS.
Dr Overall is at the Gayoso Hotel,
Office telephone 408.
P. M. Btanlsv, funeral director and
embalmer, 6d Madison street.
Dr. R. E. Bdllinoton, surgeon
dentist, 357 Main. Telephone 708.
B V Tnrnnsv fe Co 'a Mflnlndnn
Dime Hhow is said to be the best cheap
price enow on trie roaa.
AO OO. S. HiriBon, dentist. No
279 Ma n street. . Bulger aesi6tant
Call and get a new set of teeia (or $6
Tnn lad:es of Hernam'o Street
Methodist Church wiil et rve dinner
and luncheon ot 297 Second street,
commencing today and cjntiuuing the
rest ol tne week.
Ths Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonioand anti-poriodlo known. A oortais
and suroonrofor ohills. Price II i,or hot
tie. Pond BU11.H for oircuUrs. Any rof
aronce vixen. Addrnil John 0. Huoker,
LiTnflhhorir. Va.
G. W. Miller A Co., Paten Aibeetoi
Fire Proof Roofers. For durability,
m n aim! hv nnnn. Used on wood, tin,
Irnn. flt and c ravel roots. No. 60
Matllson ttreet.
Why do you pay $26 or $30 for
ranrtw m.Ho an H a nhnn vou can cro to
L. Kosennteia & Bros., 208 Main s'reet
and lft Jffiriiaon street, and have a
suit made to order. A fit guaran
teed.
Au, authorities agres that tbe milk
nf a hoalthv mother is the best food
fnr an Infant. Next to this, and COU
talnlng oil tbe e ementi for perfect
nuUition, Is Mellin's Hood, which,
after a long test, is highly indorsed by
prominent medical men.
Messbs. Wat. 8. Kimball A Co. have
produced a Cigarette that has long
been desired. -It is delicately per
fumed, just enough to destroy the
odor ol the burning paper, ana
ohanffu t.VtA imnks la an incense, so
ntiri HifTnrAnt from the ordinary
Cigarette that no one can object to its
use. It is innoxious ana universally
liked.
This Is to certify that after ten years
of suffering with. broDCums. oewg in
a lingering condition, I fortunotely
(Frovldentially) tell into the hands of
Dr. B. C. Keleay, of Memphis, Tenn.,
who prescribed and famished me
ik umo.ii.i srhlrh have realorc d me
to perfect health. Although 70 years
of age, I feel yonng siatn.
MlnlsUrof thoBaptiit Church, Byorsburg,
icon.
Malford, Jeweler, 294 Main street,
solicits orders from the country.
Lost Ilewttrd.
Between row nlace and race track
Sunday evening black cloth overcoat.
Murrv ft Kldsieir, maacr, m conar,
Return to H. A. Montgomery.
InlliHlllluff) at Miilford's.
Dyelus and Clenning.
Ladles and gents' clothes cleaned
or dved in anv color, also kid glove",
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Reigel, 68 J etlerson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods received by express,
Gold Pons nt MulTord'a.
SnlMcrllre for tlie "Appeal."
JAMES O. HULL, PrenldtnU
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
- .. ..n
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOJiD SIKET, MEMPHIS. TENTs..
-WHOLESALE-
LIAiaJFACTURERS MID JOBBERS
-OF
A
Saddles
AIIL,EKY
t& SPECIAL PRICES tc Railroad
J1IES H. ClOODBAR.
GOOBB
BOOTS . SE3IOBg3
No. 319 MAL STREET........ MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
ava-Our Fall and Winter Stock of BOOTS AID SHOES the 1 arrest la this market, and ona of tho 1 arrest to bo found in any market
is no w oom piety, and wa invito tho Herohanti viiitinr Memphis to eall and examine tba same. Tbo faot that wo sell more than any other
nonso nor, ana pernapa mora tnan any nonse sonin oi tne unio rirer, is sumoient eTiaonoo mat oar coons ana prices are aatl.i.atnrv m
tho trade. Wo still carry a large line of CUSTOM-MADE GOODS, including the oolebrated Ueo. Hooker Cair Booti. KriDMndnrf
Cittman k Co.'s Ladles' Kid, Goat and Call, besides a larre rarioty of otbor atakai. Our -astern made roods oanaot be inn.assed ai
any home. flWo os a call. BOoBKAK CO -
ZELLNER & CO.
OFFER THE FOLLOWING
S0L1DB Alt GAINS
THISWEEK.
A LOT of Child's Button Sbooi, Bool
and Bpriif Heel, itrooc and inb
sUntlsl, best Philadelphia makes,
small siies reduced from 11.60 to 7Sr.
A LOT of Child's Button Shoos, Calf and
Pebble Ooat, lises 8 to 10, reduced
from 11.50 to 1.00.
SOO pain Pebble Grain Bolar-tlp Sprint
Heel Button Shoes, liies 8 to 10H, re
duced from 81.60 to 81 05.
800 pain Mines' Pebble Oraln Sprint
Bool, Solar-tip Button Shoot, site! 11
to 2, reduced from 82.00 to 8)1.30.
200 pairs same kind, with heels, re
daoed from 12.00 to 81 .80. '
100 pairs Youths' Calf and Grain But
ton Shoe!, nloe and itront, fully worth
82 25, siiei 11 to 2, reduoed to 81.68.
ISO pairs Boys' Button Shoes this ii a
splendid shoo, nloely finished and
Tory serviceable sties 2 to h, worth
fully 81.00, reduoed to 83.00.
For This Week Only
Wa will tell our Ladies' 82.50 Cur Kid
Button Shoes, worked buttonholes, latest
stylo shapes, pointed too and high heol
and oommon lensa too and low heels,
every pair warrantad, lor tho low price
or 81. SS.
Our Men's 83.00 Shoes aro tbe best in
the land. They are made of genuino
calf skin, with learn'on vemr, well nn
ished and perfect ntting. Wo warrant
erery pair. .
Genu', Ladies' and Children'! Dress
Rio....
Uents , Ladles ana vnuaren s -ciuui
Walking Khoas. ,
Erer thing Excellent In Footwear, at
pricu LOW Eft than elaowhore.
ZElil-NISll fc CO.
300 MAL STREET.
Deviled t'reiba, hhrlinp,
Salmon, Freotj tan Mackerel,
Sardlnea, Itbatera,
Brook Tront, Oyatera,
Mnrherel In Tomato CJatanp,
8 eet KtntTefl PlcUlna,
Honr Plchlea by the gal. and In .fare.
Pickled Onlona, Hot Relink,
Woowter Snuee, Tomato Catanp,
t'apera, Mnatard, Carry Powder,
Snlnd Dreaalna, Olivea, Olive Oil.
Cream Car me, Celery Sanee,
Celery tie., Et.
J. T. BTJCKHAM & CO
UNION & PLANTERS' BANK
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.,
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS,
ootoubh aa, xeoe
RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts 81,437.244 02
Bankioghouso and offioo fixtures
Overdrafts
Expanses and taxes
HightExchango.....M.41M,225 36
Cash on hand 36S,T1T 73-
80,000 00
2S.W7 26
7,100 U
5M.94S 09
82,029,941 79
..8 eno.oco oo
.. 121.377 7
LIABILITIE8.
Capital Paid up
llndirided ProBU ..
Exohange and Interest .......
Duo other Banks on
ll.ll.r.rfi.nnnnl-rf.a SlW ffJO OA
.. 31,341 93
Deposits 1.074.U6 15- 1,277.225 00
82,029,944 79
NAPOLEON HILL -.President
WM. A. WILLIAMSON Vice-President
8. P. READ Cashier
DIRECTORS.
A. Vacoaro,
Joseph Bruce,
R. Dudley Fraysor,
H. P. Head.
Wa. A. Williamson,
Uapoleon mil,
E. ICnsley,
BonJ. Babb,
John R. Pepper,
J as. u. JUovaTiti,
isaao N. Bnowden.
W. N. HALDEMAN.
Prasident of the Groat LOUISVILLE COO
R1ER-JUURNAL COv Ulll what
ha knows oi
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
Orrioa or ths Conias-Jocsnii.,
LoOlaTILLI. Kt.
Dr. WinUrtmitkSir: I wairo a rule I have
obsorrod for many yean, the valu. of your
remedy prompting me to lay, in reply to
yoar roquoit, what I know of yonr Chill
Cur. The nriraU assuranoei of its efficacy
I had, and the good reaults of its effects I
bad obserred on Mr. K. W. Meredith, who,
for more than fifteen years, had been for
mam n f mw nffli. Indncad ana to teat it in
asy family. The reaults hare been entirely
satisfactory. The fimt case was of two
years' standing, in whloh 1 holier, erery
known remedy had boon tried with tempo
rary rollel tbo chills rotarnlng periodically
ana with seemingly increased sorority.
Yoar euro broke them at one., and there has
boon no reearr.no. of them for mora than
six months. Tho other ease was ot a milder
form, and yielded mora readily to other
knt the ahilla woold return at In-
tarrals until your medicine was used, sino
which time, now sereral months, they bay.
entirely dieeppearea. rroin tne opportu
nity I bare had tojudgo, I do not hesitatato
aiprass my belief that your Chill Cure ts a
Taluable specific, and aarforml all yon
promise lor it. '4AU)MAirt.
ARTHUR PETER k CO., Agents, Louis,
villa, Ky.
'raw(faVfAprfl' ' Nfa-P -Vaa
E. F.
Harness
HAltIWAlt AK
ant. Levee Contractors for Wag-on,
ri3S3T-A.I3UIHIX3niD lBOO.
WH. 1,. CLAIK, E. J. CAKKlNeTOM.
AR OOMFAHY
-CV--COXjiTIS.Xj3
MECHANICS
NO. 7 MADISON STREET. '
PAID TP CAPITAL, x
Intere-t Zvlcl on XSepoailtai.
OPEH BaVTfJRDATS Cri- 7 O'CLOCK f.JS. ,
M. H. KATZENBERGEB, President.
BOARD Or
NAPOLEON HULL,
JOHN A. DKNIE,
J. W. SCHORR,
W. O.. CAKKOLL,
i mm n
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
JUST RECEIVING AND IN STORE, :
1,000 bags Hew Crop (Season 1880), Rio C'oflee.
3,000 kejfs Iron and Steel Walls best brands.
l,O0O barrels Kenned Sngar all grades.
10O barrels New Crop (Neason liwd), RIee.
1,500 pkKS. Leal and Rellned Lard.
ISO tierces C'anvassetl Hams.
100 boxes Rreakfast Bacon.
1,000 bag Shot, Powder and Caps.
12.000 boxes Canned tioods, Sardines, Oysters, Etc
1,000 bxs. pure New Cream Cheese Kilver Moon Ilrand.
1,000 bag band-picked Virginia and Tennessee Peannta.
Mannfactnrers of the celebrated brands of SIL
VER MOON and MEMP1I1
Powder.
Importers ol l- oreign runs, juemons. uranges,
Raisins, Nnts, Etc.
Nos. 284 and 286 Main Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
Boots and Slices
o
UR STOCK OP B00T8 AND BH0E3 FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR 18 MORE
complete than aror, comprising not only the best and finest bat alio lull linoi of ma
dium, durable and stylish goods, wbioh wa
TO THK TRADE we offer spooial
enabling Merohants to 111 in without being
Ak-enta.for tbe;celebrated W. I,.
-TT.T.TTSTH TKO f! A T LOaTTW
OF MEMPHIS -A SAFE DEPOSIT, TRUST CO.-AND
tQ-."7"I3rC3r 0-ArJ"XS.,-
Ao. 42 MADISON STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
OFFIOBRSi
R. DUDLEY FRTSrR,lrealdent. W. S. WIl.KFRSOSf, Tlee-Prealdent.
' K J. S.At H, Ca.liler. WM.B ORII f lNU, teller.
ROARD OF DIRECIOHS.
or r, T4T?TmJT.. J.R. OOnWIN. S. P. BEAD. W. N. WILKERSON,
TiipS- H- ALLKN. JSO OVERTOS.
Be 1. MCllU E I IV UVUUBi I r XV A. lOIiUi A- it uiniHu.i t
SAVINGS K8PECIALLT SOLICITED. INTEBESr PAID ON DEPOSIfS
--.t- waTfiwriTITTrf TAV TO k TTUTT AD 17 UThIT KT Tl C D TUB T. A Wfl OF TTCNNHSSEKl
1.LD IIXDXAAU AAVil AO AU XUVIVlliDii' i.-jrA.aj - -. '
To do , Gonoral Banking Bu.ln....pi.o.untP.rer.
liocal oecurities. 10 neroiye ueposiia uu Pt," ""S, il.i.i.i,.i;, F,,.n)ft,
for Estatei, Minors. Truiteas, and others. To aot ai Trustee, Administrator, Exeoutor or
Ouardian, same as an Indiridual. To act as M.oe y.r for Corporaiions, LitganU. and in
all eases of Trust. To Buy and Sell Exohange. Also. bar. a 6ai Deposit Vault, wherein
V.lu"bl. of all kinds can be saf.ly kept. , AVepoiitory ol tba T.""...
VarSponlal Attontion Paid to Colloctlons. patronage Renpectlully Solicited. -aa
H. D. COOVER k CO.
LUMBER YARDs PLAlli ILL
MANUFACTORER8 OF
Doors, Sash, Dlluds,Moldlags,all kinds of Door and Window
Frames, Brackets, Scroll-Work, Rough and Dressed
Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Water Tanks.
All kinds ol Wood Work Executed at Short Notice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street. Memphis, f enn.
iWl COTTON M
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seaworthy Vessels 0
Ginhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
124 and 126 POPLAR STREET, MEHIPIIIS.
w wr VT Y
r. B. nannun.
Lata ot Coffeerllle. Mlaa.
Lata ol Comm.roo, Mill
PLY, HERRON & HOBSOKI
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
324 Pront Street1 Mexa-ll, Tenn.
METER, Mjy and iTeas,
Collars
I.ATIIEIi.
Scraper and Cart Harness.
r. S. JOHES.
m . .
t tit t t . 9100,000
I. KATZEN BERBER. Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
A. COHEN,
T. F. T0BIN,
J. H. BISOOE,
A. 8. MEYERS.
Pure Stick Candy, and Raking
offer at low figures.
inducements. Carrying most of onr toodf in
oompollod to buy goods not needed. i
Donrlna S Men'i Calf Bboea and 8VI
AWT PBTfTTH LIST MrT,RT yWBK-rw
J... W. f. TAYLOR. R. B. BNOWDEN
Lata of Brooks, Ne.lf A C).
SAVINGS
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