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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1886.
RAIIMD THE TELE.
LeilsTillXf w OrltaaiaaaTtiM R'y
b MI!mNIPIl VALLEY KOI I K.
ad alt.r Mu 1. 1R, peasenrer tralni on
thii road win run a. toilowi
gAbJ MAIL. Booth. Norlh.
Meuphll .. -.A 4:30 p.m 9:30 ..IB
Ll.- ..B.. 6:30 p.m 7:21 a. in
LaUad ..C.... 10:03 p.m 4:117 a. in
Vicuburi.....D.... l:(Je.m 1:13 a. m
Harrison K, 1:44 a.m 11:16 p.m
glhel.. -F. 6:25 a.m 6:36 p.m
Biliii Rtsw..ll.m 6:14 ft.m J:M p.u
fc.w Url..DiH. ft:00 a.m 5:00 p.m
A With .11 lines entering Memphil,
:-Willi U.1N.W.B. R. (or ilalane.
0 For GreenyiHe .ad Hantington, .ad all
P-With V. A M. .nd V., S. P. Railroad.
B-Wlth N.. J. A 0. &. il. lor Aatohn and
F Tor Point, on th. Branch.
O With iu.in.ri ior Bayou Bar..
H With r.ilro.dt diverging lor Florid.,
Tax.ii .nd Co.stlpoint..
J AS. M. KPWARIIS, V. P..ndQ. M.
A. J. Kit AFP. O. P. A.
laalnlppi . Tmmmm.-Train.
boot. followi: NewOrlean. m.il .rrtv.i
daily at 9:25 a.m.! U.tu daily .t 5:00 p.m.
Newport Hw. and M ImlMlnnl Val
ley. Tralni moT. a. follow, i Fait 1b.
lain, at 10:00 a.m.i Ht. Lnnla fut Una
laafal at 5 :S0 p.m. i Fait ltn. arrival at 1 :30
p.m. i oi. Lroau iut no. arme. at v :U6 a.m.
Loal.Tllle and aenvllla Tralni
moT. at follow, i Fait mall arrlrai dally at
6ll5a.m.t Imth tlO:k) n.m.t m.il le.rei
daily at 10:10 a.m.i arriv. at 4:00 p.m.
BrowniTill. aeeommodatlom le.rei daily'
XMpt Sunday, at 6:00 p.m. r arrival daily,
inept Sanday, at 6:50 a.m. (standard Mm.).
Meaapnla and Mill. Itaek. Train!
on aj follow! (eantrel itandard tim.)i
No. 1 Iutm dally at 4:20' p.m.i arrival at
9 :55 p.m. Mo. 8 laavu .t 6:55 a.m. : arrival
at 8:60 a.m. Mo. 6 (freight) la.vu Iloiafiald
dally (eioept Sunday) at 6:00. a.m.i arrival
at 7:10 p.m.
tlnlf Moajta (Kanaaa C'lly.NprlDK
flald aad Memphla) Tr.lni leave M. and
T. depot a. followi : Mo. 4, Kamai City ax
preia, leave! .t 10:45 a.m.i Mo. 8, Kaniai
City eipreee, arrival at 3W p.m. Mn. 2,
Kama. City mail, leave, at 6 :00 p.m. t No. II,
K.niaj City mall, arrival at 8:45 ..in. Mo.
I, St. Louis and Chieaam eipress, Lara, at
6:00 p.m. i Ma. 1, St. Louie .nd Chicago ei
pr.ii, .rrlva. ateiiSa.m. Ia affeot Sunday,
April IK. 1HKA.
Memphis aad Charleston Tralni
move a. followi: Through .xpreai le.vu
daily at 10:40 p.m. Mall and axprea. leave!
dally at 10:00 a m. Somervill. .oeominoda
tion laavel daily, .xoept Sunday, at 5:30
a.m. Through expreai arrive! daily at 6:26
a.m. Mall and expr.ii arrival daily at ICtOO
S.m. Somervllle aooomtnodatloa arrival
ally, axeapt Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
Mainphla, HlrmlnBham anal Allan,
tie Holly Bprinri Route Train, move a.
follow. I No. 1 laavel Memphil dally at 8:46
p m.i arrival at Holly fprlngs at 6:58 p.m. i
No. 1 leavei llolly Spring, dally at 0:00
a ., arrival at Memphis at II 15 a.m. I No.
6 liavei Memphil dally at 7:16 p.m., arrival
at Holly Springs at 11 :45 p.m. I No. 6 leavei
II illy Springs daily at JiU a.m., arrive, at
Jlamphli at6:45 a.m.
For Tenneuat: Fair weather, followed
by local mini; nearly ttationary tempera
ture; windi generally tatterly.
For Arkaniai: Generally fair weather;
dightly warmer; windi drifting to truth-
MaNrms, Tun., September 17, 1836.
Time., I Bar. I Ttier. I Wind.lW'tU'r
17:00 1.01.130084 723 8. Fair.
3:00p.m.,30 079 87.0 N.W. Fair.
10:00p.ro 30.MI 710 1 N. 'Clear
Maximum toiuperiture, 80.0.
Minimum temperature, 70.8. .
Ozone, 11 a.m.,1.
la the Cotton Beglont
Siuhal Sumei, U. 8. Army,
Beptombet 17, 1880-6 p.m. j
Dlvtelon of telsRrara. and reports for
the bsoeAt of commerce end agricul
ture. Cotton region bulletin for the
twenty-fonr houn imdiog September
iin, ato n ciocK p.m.;
MiMPBia Die- ffSg'SSB F
Memphis 00 72 .00
Nishville 88 03 .00
Grand J auction ... 80 67 .00
Corinth 90 61 .00
Taecumbia 89 00 .00
Decatur 89 64 .02
Pcottaboro 91 03 .00
Hernando 89 65 .00
Bateaville 87 67 .00
Grenada 88 62 .00
Covington 90 (19 .00
Dyereburg.. 85 68 .00
Arlington 90 65 .00
Brownsville 87 63 .00
Milan 88 68 ,00
Taris 90 67 .00
Bolivar 89 66 .40
llolly Springs 89 66 .00
Oiford 89 67 .00'
Pums 1086 1246 0.48
Menn 8S.7 65 6 .02
DlSTRlere. 1 1 a z g . b
B I p
WilminKton 90 69 .00
Charlen'oa 88 71 .13
Aognstit 89 71 .00
Savannah 91 72 .02
Atlanta. 89 69 .00
Montgomery 92 70 .00
Mobile 92 68 .00
KewOrleanr- 89 69 .00
Galvfston 89 70 .01
Vicksbtlrg 91 69 .00
Little Kock ......... 89 69 .02
Memphis 89 66 .02
Sums 1078 833 .20
Mrana! 89 8 69.4 .02
The building boom continues.
And now for the Legislative con
vention. Cotton factors are coming home
on every train.
1'belan clubs are to be organized
In every ward and district.
The pnetice of ball playing on tbe
streets ia a nuisance bitterly com
In the Pobate Court yesterday
Mrs. Gertrude L ftwich was appointed
dmioittratir of J. II. Cash, deceased.
Licsn'ejto marry were issued yes
terday to Stephen Thomas and Mary
Williford, Spencer Fleming and Vic
Hugh Andereon, assistant to
United States District Attorney Mc
Coiry, arrived yesterday and at ones
entered upon bis dutiee.
A great deal of Interest was taken
by local sports in tbe great race won
by Jim Gray at Louisville yettarday.
lis splendid peif armancea here were
IHohop Duncan, who will preside
over tbe Memphis Conference, to be
beld in Jackson, has changed tbe
time of meeting from Novemuer 17th
ti December 8th.
The sidewalk on Motby street,
from WinchHRter to Jnnes avenue, is
in a miorsble condition. Tbe new
sidewalk on Bull Kiin si roe t is caving
in and tbo brii k being washed away.
An A'soc'ated Charitable Associa
tion is one l tt e instiiutions of which
Memphis stands In need. The Wom
en's Cbrstian Association d )es good
work, bat it! scone is recessarily lim
A chotoirraah of President llitd-
dnn, fixed up in true ranchman style
with slashed leggins, a big braver hat,
ovf rcoat aod spars, mounted on a
mine, and riding np tbe Keep side ci
Pikvs Peak, waa seceived at Taxing
District headquarters yesterday.
After the adjournment of tbe
Cnngrestionil Convention yeaterday,
Fayette and Tipton counties nomi
nated Col. Win. Sanford. ol Tipton, as
a candidate for the HUte Senate.
Hardeman and Fayette nominated
Mr. W. F. Thompson, of Hardman,
for Floterial Representative.
Edward Faunob, an engineer,
missed bis footing and fell nnder the
wheels of a passing train near the
Chesapeake and Ooio depot, evening
before last, having one foot to badly
crushed that it will have to be ampn
ta'ed. Ho was saved from death by
the prompt action of I'.t Nconaa.
Late yesterday evening Mia. Ka'e
Wright, a half demented, gray ba red
woman, who has been considerably
given to drink of late, c oncluded to end
her miserable existence and deliber
ately walked into tbe water at the foot
of Beale street. , Some boys who siw
ber gave the alarm, and she was
snatcned fnm the water just as she
was atepping beyond ber depth. She
was locked np on a charge of lunacy,
as she threatened to repeat the at
tempt. There will be expended on the
improvement of tbe Big Hatshie river
$3000. It will be used in the removal
of logs, snsfH, leaning timber, cow
obstructing navigation, but the im
provements will notba permaneut, as
the obstructions are liable to form from
time to time. It is thought by the
engineer, however, tbat when the
work is completed tbe portion of the
river gone over will not require foriher
work :or some yoa-s. Before tbe com
mencement of . wqm navigation was
MENKES AND COMPANY.
We make a special display to
day of Ladies' and Children's Im
ported Lisle and 811k Hosiery,
The most elegant, varied and se
lect BKortment ever shown in this
MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR.
Oar stock of Men's, Youths' and
Clothing', Shoes, Bats, and Fnr-Ishlng-
is now complete in eyery detail.
Yon can get a Gent's Suit from
$7 60 to $40 00.
You can got a Boy'a Suit from
$3 76 to $22 60.
You can get a II at from $1 00 to
Yon can get Beautiful Bcarfs from
QENTLE1E1C.Y0U CAN GET
everything you wear at our house,
ia the best style and at tbe lowest
Bey.' ftcaaol Salt.,
Mea'e Bn.iaeea Suit,
tteallenaea'a Dress Suit.
N. B Don't forget onr Dollar
Hat; style tame as the $5 00 Hat;
quality equal to any $2 00 Hat in
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
P. M. Stanlky, funeral director and
embalmer, 65 Madison street.
Mies Cabhii M. Kkatino will re
sume her classes in music (piano an I
vocal) on the bt of October next. For
terms, apply at K. Witzoiann & Co.'s,
Tbi Herbal Chill Care, the best
toaio.nd antt-neriodlo known. A oertaln
and lure oare fur chilli. Prioe II por bot
tle. B.nd itampl for oironlan. Any ref-
treno. .lien. Addren John 0. Ranker,
G. W. Mru.tR & Co.,Patent Asbestos
Fire Proof Roofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. No. 65
Miss Minnis Hannah, teacher of
piano, will resume her clseses at once.
Having had advsntage of best lostrno
tion in New York and Boston, will
avail herself of the most recent meth
ods of imparting knowledge to pupiU
Apply at residence, No. 109 Second
But few articles have reached snch
a world-wide reputation as Angostura
Bittkrs, For over fifty years that
they have been the acknowledged
standard regulators of tbe digestive
organs. Their success hni incited im
itations. Be sore you get the genuine
article, manufactured only by Dr. J.
G. B. Siegert & Sons.
A. B. C. Cranston, floor walker for
Stern Brothers, No 32 West Twenty,
third stree', New York, together with
bis wifo, wa troubled with malaria
for upwards of two years. They wer
both entirely cured by taking one or two
Brandreth's Pills every nigrit for three
months, without interfering with thoir
labor orhonsahoM lntif.
A tit loo to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrup
should always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieve1 tbe little
suflerersatonce; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It ia
very pleaeAnt to taste. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
Solid Silverware t M iilford'e
A Timely Ulul.
"I feel as if I were in heaven," raid
an ardent admirer, who was slow in
popping the quesiion, to a young lady.
1 wih vou did," whs the rejoinder.
' - by, da you doubt my words?" be
said repn.ai-h.lul y. "Well well
they eay tii.rriiue's era made in
heaven," dim replied. Sh wears an
ergagemeut ring now and chews 25
cents worih of lio-Ko Tulu a day.
W. II. BIHUHAH Mmi'iii.
Karop.aa plan. Holarod .nd rtiurniih.d.
fried accord in. l-t tiie and loca
tion of roonrn.
M W Wllborn, Mill II O Jxhine, Ark
C T Rnliinion, lean
II M Marthall, Tenn
T I' Cbamberi, Ark
J T Terry, Mm
J N ll.rr i. Tenn
II lllork. Ark
M Mrl'oak, Mo
E I) Pnrtwnoil, Mill
E J Hill. Tenn
J 0 Martin, Mill
W L Matbif, Mm
W A Calhoun, w In, 0.0 Ilurria. Tenn
T 11 toot, lenn J li t not, '1 eon
T J Harris, Tenn T J Jobmon if, Tenn
MiM M Nenbit, Tenn A F Yopp, Tenn
J I. Low, Tenn KM Fox, Tenn
W F Jones, Tenn J l'lr.oon, Tenn
J W Jonep, Tenn R H Jonei. Tenn
W May, 'Jenn C II Andenon, Tenn
K N Mitobell, Tenn K K Iiarria, Tenn
W A Low, Tenn F llulinea. Mill
A J Conte'.Tenn WW Caatlebury.Tenn
Mm C 8 Eliil.Tenn Mia L Atkinlou, Ark
T Hoik, Tenn W HTh.iDJi ion. Tenn
K V lilenn ii, Ark ! T Jonei A, Ala
A 11 Heck, Ala ' J W Wilion, tinn
W V lianeonk, Tenn F 8 Himinon. Tonn
i W (iarrett, Ark E W Jonei. Tenn
Q T Hoot ner, rk 8 T Demon, Mm
'1 TI Hooker, Mill L (ianong, Miai
A C Terrell, Mill fl Harris, Mias
J M l'recortl, Xenr) C J Kojeri, Tenn
W L Darii.Teno MUL-wiy, Mial
J J Lowry. Mira W A Tboiniiaon. Tenn
J D Croirett.Tenn K C Chriaiian, Tena
J Moment, Tenn J Kirkpatrick. Ill
V Ble.er,.Tann J II Leahe, Tenn
E A H Jonei. Tenn J L Hold, Mo
AliaaJ Wheatley.TenS M Canfiold. Tenn
W Cbarland jr, La J H ilinale, Tenn
II M Turna.e, Tenn J K McCalluui, Tenn
MS Jay, Tena lr Biahy, Term
J It Sbelton, Tenn J K Calhoun, Tenn
W II Walter, Tonn J H Bloan, Tinn
C C Poindexter.Tenn W McClel.and, Tenn
W A Miarf, Tenn J V Peia. Tenn
B C Walker, Tenn J Ulaydea, Tenn
N McMullin, Tenn II 8 Harmon, Tenn
II Trou.librnniih.Ten V 8 Kimbrouirh, Tena
8 M Smith, Tenn J B Footi, Tonn
, White, Tenn J J Bomemlle, Tann
W Ketchum.'J'enn W R llarrell, Tenn
J F Diukann, Tenn J N Ilarrli, fenn
BKIam.Tenn R II lireen, Tenn
A BUatthen, Tenn P M Wintera, Tenn
T K Diokerfon, Tenn W Kenedy, Tenn
J P Edmondannlonn W Hell, 'tenn
E L Morrii, Tonn 8 J Mik dy. Tenn
J l Moore, Tenn H R Pope. Tenn
T lloyd, Tenn F Brill, Tenn
OWDavii, la B R Koott, Mill
(I I) Knott, Ali'i J J Foatar, Mia.
U W Foatar, Mial W J Chaie, Tv-in
T Clark, Miaa R K8 Wilon, Ark
J Taylor, Tenn P Short, Mo
MO Terry, Mo J K Smith, w4, Ark
W II Straniie, Tann A Mayo, Tent
J 11 Fonto, Tenn J A Ombem, Tenn
V Kiinlirounh. Tenn l)r I E Blnydi, Tenn
Col N M ;Mullln,TennMajll Trobauxh,Tenn.
P abody Hotel.
C. B. GALLOWAY A CO ...PtoratiToaa.
Katei te and 13 per day. according to
it and looation of raom Speoial
FO Petlui.'.Tenn J B White, Ala
J 1' Hanki, Ark M E Poynter w, Ky
A J Vtni-ont. Ind J N Woodion, Ark
W P Hurry, Tenn C A Ktainbaok, Tenn
J M Wall, en, Mill 0 F Mititin if, Ark
MrallL Mulilrow, Mill Mial Muldrow, Miaa
J A Manaon,Tenn W Durdon, Tenn
K J Swanaon, Tenn ' J II Foster, Mial
II (Iroauian, Ohio AJNolty.Ark
b M Sherrill, Ky 0 O Fer.uion, N Y
J L Hano. Mail W 11 Field, 111
P (1 Beailey Aw, Tenn Hon I Kvans, Mm
J Kliiien, N Y W Wood, Ky
W Siuiinoni, Ohio R W i-mlth, Tenn
J Owen, La T Wlliiaminn, Tenn
O Wi'liaroson. Tann JUobion.Tcnn
W L Fratier, Tenn W A McKadden, Tann
P B Mmby, Tenn fl A Jackaon.Tonn
W 11 lloiiott, Tonn J II Uortoh, Tenn
W A J. meaon, Tenn J R Jenkim, Tenn
E Roberts, Tenn W J Cannon, Tenn
l II iDKhain, Eng II Wright, Jr. Miaa
C Warner, Kng II 8 Young, Tenn
B H Pullen, Tonn W J Hmit ,, Tenn
T II Stuart, Tenn L 0 Dulaney, Mils
P J Smith, Tenn J B Hamilton, Tenn
H W Cutter. La O II Ingeraon, Tenn
J Alcorn, Mial M I) Howell, Mo
ti D Porter. Tann W II peck, Tann
C C Fite, len T L Reynolds, Mil.
E M Perry, Tenn R Gibson, Tenn
8 A Montgomery, Ten W 0 Brooks, Tann
T B Y.noy, Tenn W Sanford. Tenn
W A Percy, Mil. fl M P.ta. Ky
J Burke, Miaa J II Lauderdale, Tenn
0 B Stephen'nn, Tax P H Motiufley, Miaa
H LIvlnaatonAw.T.n M 8 LWintaton, Tena
W A Woolen, Tenn J W deceit, Tenn
J N Knieborou(h,Ten 8 Burnbaiinor, Mil.
M 1) Keathty, Tonn R 11 (Irron. Tenn
LJNeal.Tenn J R Banford, Tenn
R 0 Smith, Tenn fl P F'otcher, Tana
W A Tuoker, Tenn J II Wynn, Mliav
W J Wl'a, Mo MnWaddali, Miia
UTKidd, Tenn I! O Johnson, Tann
A B Uodfo, Trim J J Rogeri, f ana
W O.Exum, Tonn. i
The Hew G.yoao.
F ARRINQTON. STEWART A WHITE,
B.Ui 12 SO to(4 par d.y, according tj lac
tic n of rjomi.
A Emonion, Ark J McClandon, Ark
Mrs Jonas, Ark SCL.ua, Misi
A P Howell, Ark J Morris, Tenn
W II Cannon, Mial J M Biiley, Tenn
B M Stephensoa.Tenn R D Ewell, Tenn
CM Miller, Tenn J M Warner, NY
R A Meyer, III 8 Fell, P.
O K Ev.m, Ky E li Oaridion, Ky
0 W Davis, NY J Legemler. N Y
AMBntder, Ua RJ Gray. Ga
P B McKlnn.y. Tinn II K Wocdson, Tenn
E L Johnson, lenn RGMoora, Tann
L B Ellsworth, III J A KdringtonIU
U Powell. Ala
j ci rnwier. oiibi
H II Was.hburn, Mo
II V Bidea, Ohio
K G Hlackwell, N Y
W 11 Baldwin, N Y
J CPritchett, Mill
J H Suler. Ark
i u v i mi:
E Little. Miss
F 1) Morrill, DC
W II Hayes, M"S
J F Mobley. N Y
A J McUlean. Mo
L O Dulnney. Miss
T It Duck Aw, Ky
Miss 0 Polton, Ky
II A Mooney.w.Vn.Ky F II Armstrong. Tann
O Williamson, Tenn J W tlrny, Miss
Mrs Nallio (Ir.y.Mij. Mrs W L RoborU.Misa
W J Hera. K
1, Williamson. Tenn
S J York, Tonn
Mrs L Barber, Tenn
t hus 8 Halo, Mo
J Wood, Tonn
I M Clark, Miss
B P Randall, Tenn
L O Pearson, La
I II Green. Mo
LA Stii, son, Tenn
8 A Finch, Tenn
R J Kohbins, N Y
Mrs A ti Wbltn, Tenn
8 M intruder, Misi
J F. Blake, Mial
8 W Te. 1 4w, Ark
BWoi. iw, Ark
II W i'onnywit Aw, La
R J Bedford, Mo
J M Richardson, Tenn
C L Jackson, Tonn
li! A Wllll.n,. m v
8 M Avero.ll, Ark
A Jonaa. Ark '
0 R Kdniomlson, Ark K Y Hlantnn, Mill
u J r rierson, nil's c rtr"ng, Xann
L II Buckley, Tann II Barber, Tenn
T Davia, Ala II Alexander. Ala
II Howmnn, Ky S T Sawyer, Ky
U Wolf, Tenn A I Jewell, lenn.
DniTj'a loroprasa Hotel.
Corner of Adams .nd M.in itreeti. Rooma.
6Uo, 75c and fl per day: Am.iio.u Plan,
it par day.
First clasiHastauranl in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 years with Paabody Hotel),
J R Cash, Mo F J Caldwell, Tenn
R 8 Morgan. Tgnn J N James, Tann
W Bomurvilla, Tann W H Lee, Mo
W I) Gray, Tinn J M Moore, Tenn
G T Barll.tt.Tenn Mrs Beam. Tai
D Miller, NO Misi A Powers, Ark
Mra A Jonaa f, Misi Mrs L Brown Ac. Ark
T J Branny, NY J K lirophy, N Y
James Kinney, III W C Brooks, Tenn
I'll. Hi"". wai-n v uuilll.l, vuiu
Miss Armstrong, Ohla L Smith, Tenn
A A Bennett, Tann T A Thurston, Tenn
A A llflll ncii.. t
r J Caldwell, Tana
G W Murray, Tenn
5J Wood, Tonn
W Pryor. N 0
G H Hare ll. Ark
N f Bhotwell Ad, Mo
M L Veaer, Tenn
Lee Thornton. Tenn
J N Harrison, Tenn
K M Jones, Tenn
T A Brewer, Ark
II N Warren. Mo
J 8 Clifton, Ohio
$9 CO to St. Louis and Ketarn,
Bv the Gulf road, on September 18th,
19th and 20tb. Tickets good until the
30th. Th's is the only line that runs
through coaches. Plenty of rjom will
be provided both in sleeper and
coacues. For tickets and bertns call on
. , 51. D. KLI.IS,
Ticket Agent, 31 Madison street.
Buy Grate?, Front, Fenders, Stoves
and Stovepipe at Gabny's.
Fine Wateh renittrtng at Mnlford's
Ha KaslfMlaa. lA.ainar.lae far
rar riankla. aad Maw-fliilac
All styles and prices to order.
Memphis Sieam Shirt Factory, 224
M niton). Jeweler, 2V4 Main, so
Hells orders from the country.
All ma Grates at Gabay's.
Cot Ion NlMMl IIulN
for rale st City Oil Worke, MadBion
ef KuslMtraat LaiomnnlaoUd.
All sits Flower IVts at Gnbay'a.
Order "Mullord MilUe Meal.
We Fall In Line for the
First Fall Month.
THE SUMMER HAS ENDED.
Some Seasonable Sugges
tions for Memphis
The Summer, according to the
Almanao, has ended, and it is time
now to think ot something else than
how to esoape the summer heat.
Fall, with its change of climate and
change of clothing, is coming.
For the change of clothing which
is now necessary, the Misfit Clothing
Parlors, No. 262 Second street, has
long been preparing. We have not
been idle during the hot months, and
the result of our activity is that we
are now better able than ever to offer
great bargains to our customers.
Our field has been extended and we
will be able to offer larger assort
ments and still lower prices.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors are
now offoring a fine fall stock. Ii
you need Clothing be sure to call and
inspect it. You may not need an en
tire suit. A coat or a pair of pants
may be neoessary to piece out your
fall attire. Well, we have prepared
for just such emergencies. We have
New Fall Bulla,
llaad.osaa Dree. Suits,
Hood Every Day auilaj,
Coats and Veals,
A Fine Liue of Pants,
Fan la for Dreaa or Work.
All our Clothing is offered at
prices which do not represent the
aotual first cost ot the goods. By
buying from us you get the finest
Clothing in the world for much less
than its aotual value.
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square. Memphis, Tenn.
a-Rem.mber, all alteration! to Inauraa
perleot fit, dons frea of charge by a lint
el ass tailor.
FOIt 1 23
Vau ran buy of n a pair or Hen's
fjtltchdown Buckle or Tie Shoe.
bat coat ion cl.ewbcra (fl 70.
FOIl 3 00
Yon can buy a pair of Men's Jal
Icra, Lace Hale or llntlun ft horn,
full Block cair.hln, laamleii
vamp, aolltl aole leather anil
rou.ler, every pair warranlcal,
worln at least 3 79 to OO
FOIl $3 OO
Ton can buy of u a pair of l.a
dice' Kid Button Dhoca tbat yon
cannot snbatltute el.ewbere for
FOB 1 75
We offer you Boy a' flood, Ntrona:,
Neat Button Sboea, inch aa you
never bonabt before for lea. Iban
a BO to OO, tbo al.ea running
front 11 to S).
FOIl $3 2.1
We offer yon Lad lea Pebbled oat
Button Mboea, fully worth M 70.
aarChildren'a and Mine.' Bohool Shoei
( heter Than Erar, or Anywhere Else.
Call and Convlne. Yourselrsi.
ZELLI1ER & CO.
W. U. BATES.
H. C. TOOF
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 2T2 Second Street,
New and Latest Styles Stock. Sew
Type, New Machinery.
Prices as low as anywhere, North
Increased facilities for doing all
Insolvent Estate Administrator's
Offlca Publie Administrator, fihelbr County
Courthouse, Meioi'hii, lenn., September
TUK undorsi.neil har'nrbeen appointed
.nd qualified .ilruinlstrator of the estat.
of W. T. l'ryor, deceased, notir. is hereby
f Iron to .11 araons indebted to said estate
to com. forward .nd aottle; and tc those
ti whom said estate is indebted to t a their
claims with the Clerk, and Master ot the
Chancery Court, duly probated, within tba
time prescribed by law, or the same will ba
ofrerar barred. J,0"1' L0AUUK,
J ABIES C. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY GO.
Noa. 3290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN".
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
SAIF r,RY II BO WAR13 AWI LEATHEK.
t& SPECIAL PRICES to Railroad ant Levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Corf Harness, -f
JAMES II. OOODBAR.
So. 319 MAIN STREET MEMPniS, TENNESSEE. "
erOilr Fall and Winter Stock of BOOT Ann SIIOF. S-the lariest in thii market, and ona of tba lara-est to be found in any m.rket
is now oomplete, .nd we invite th. Merchant! Tiaitinit Memohia to oa.ll .nd ezainina the same. The fact that we sell more than any other
th T w tin i i"
..... i . im.ui
Coa Ladiaa' Kid, Goat and Call,
Olve 1lB a rail. .
Deviled Crabs, Sbrlrap,
Salmon, Freab Can Mackerel,
Brook Trout, Oysters,
Mackerel In Tomato Catsup,
Sweet Staffed Pickle.,
Sour Pickles by tbo al. and In Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Bellsb,
Wooster Saucei Tomato Catsup,
Capers, Hnstard, Cnrry Powder,
Salad Dressing, Olives, Olive Oil, .
Cream Cbeese, Celery Sauce,
Celery Salt, Ele , Fie.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
IMPORTER AND DIALER IB
filing, Ammonltlon, Fuiblns; Tackle
and Base-Ball Hoods.
WHOLESALB AND RETAIL.
Ml Main Street, Mempnla, Tensu
Manufaoturini and Rspalrint oi ttuni a
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
318 Maiai St., Memphis, Teni
Lacroix'8 Mineral Colors,
TUBE PAINTS, CANT AS, Etc.
O H f 1
R n ,
Otto Schwill& Co.'s
Removed to 308 Front St.,
Between Monro, and M.diion, Nearly
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Importsra and dealer. In Clans, Atnmn.
nil Ion and Fishing Taaekle, Bnllders'
Hardware, fcleetrla Bells and An
nunciators lor Hotel, .nd Residences, 848
Main street, Memphis, Tenn. Xleotrle
nppliM always on hand. lUpalrlM neatly
SHEA k McCABTHY, Propr.
140, 112, 144 Front, Memphis.
OH1 Or TBI LAR9K8T B0ILIR.8H0P6
in th. South, and th. only eompl.t.
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Worki in the oity.
Manufacturers of beavy plato Iron
work of every description. Bpeola!
attenslAw aivw a ulawSaiion work.
Importer and Dealer la
anus, Flsblns; Tacklo aad Sport,
men's Supplies, mm 8neolal atUntlon
(Wan to HANUIACTTJiUNa and SI
413 Mlu NtMMemihlH.Tnn
TO TIIE PUBLIC.
WE, the undersigned, hartna bnniht tba
entire burinem of manufacturing
Fornitura, Mattrossoa.Awnin.i-, Tonts, eto..
trom Henry iluttenber., would respectfully
ask a share ot your patronage, knowing full
well that, trom loni; experience, wa can and
will .ire entire satis'aotion to all work en
trusted to us. We will be ready at all times
to furnish Awntn.a, Tents, Paulina and all
kindaof canvaeworks makeall sindsof firat
class Mattresses; repair, varnish and make
all kinds of Furniture; reupholster Parlor
fcuits, and deliver aomls free of eha'iro. Car
pets renovated in the true Persian style. All
work done promptly and atlivio. prices.
JbV, UilllfuUrrK A to., 431 becvud,
WM. U C1.AMK. E. J. CARBINGTOir.
AH & COUP AH Y
JWi - TjlJir ii a a.a.' ai.al.ikM sumoieni erioence
: - V, , "Y"", mniuuin. ine oo'eoraiea eo. nooaer;au cooia, Krippendorf.
baaidea a larga variety of other uiakea. Our Kastern marie goods cannot be surpaased by
(j,l.ihaK . I ll' tAr '
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
No. 7 MAMMON STREET.
PATH TTP f! A PIT
jaL j- w JLX.il.XJi Vf Vf J J Vf
WM. KATZENBERGEJ?, President. i. KATZEMtERGER. Cashier.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS, FROM 81 I P,
To the Trade
Have attained, h.a induced unprincipled manufacturer! to place on th. m.rket abas
imitation. We hereby caution the public that all Genuine Cigarro. will boar A RED baal
on each box. and our Factory Number, itou, 8l Uialrlrt, N. ,
Zh. only .11 long Havana filler oigar on th. m.rket for 9 cents.
0130. P. LIEB ets CO.,
Factory 200, 3d DlMlrlct, JV. Y.
MOON & JOTNEB, Wholesale Agents,
mi k mu
"THE STANDARD OF THE WORLD."
PARL0B AND CUAPEL STYLES, 125.00 AND UPWABD,
nrTBBMS Cuh, or easy Monthly Init.llmanta., WrIU for BlustraUd Catalefue.-nn
OL K.- HOUCK. b OO-
SOLE AO EH FS FOR TIIE SOUTH WEST,
No, 889 main St., IVIomphln, Teutt,
Id Onion Street, Maatavllle. Mo. IIOO Oil re street, Ht. LanafX
L isa a . f-rj-g
m. w rrziiviiii m i i;o.
Wholesale Dealers and Publishers,
Sole Agents for the following First-Class Instruments;
STEIlsTWA-Y and KIsTA.BE
PIANOS Kranich ti Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
OBG ANS--nClough & Warreo, and Smith American.
-A NEW 7-OOTAVE PIANO FOR wl90.-s
Write for Catalogue?. Xo. 231 aud 22U Neeond Street, Memphis.
J 1ST RECEIVING AND IN STORE,
1,000 hng TVew Croit (Season 1H86), Illo C'oflee.
3,000 kKH Iron aud Nteel Mail" best brands.
1,000 barrels KeMned SiiKar-all Rrades.
lOO barrels New Crop (f-eason issd), Klcc.
1,500 kM. Lent mid ICeflned Lard.
ISO iterees 4 anTitssed liaius.
lOO boxes ItreitklHst Ilacon.
1,000 bags Mhoi, Powder and Cans.
l'A OOO boxes C anned Uoods, Sardines, Oysters. Ete.
J. OOO bxs. pare New Cream Cheese Silver lllooa llrand.
1,000 bags hand-picked Virginia and Tennessee Peanut.
Manufacturers of the celebrated brands or SIL
VER MOON aud MKMrlU Pure Stick Candy, and Making
Importers of Foreign Frolts, Lemons, Oranges,
leniniisn, n uie, ait'.
Nos. 284 and 286 Main
in tke market,
S09 MAIN STREET,
Boots and Shoes
361 MAIN ST.
OUR IT0CK OF BOOTS AND SH0B3 FOR FAI.Ii AND WINTER WEAR IS MORE
ooople a than evor, oomprisin. not only the beet anr finest but also lull lines of me
dinm, durable an I itylish goods, which we oner at low figures.
TO Til K TKtUK wa offer special Induoements. Carrying mot o( onr goods in
SOLID SIZES, we are prepared to fill orderi lor special liiei at NO EXTRA COal, thui
enabling Morcbanls to fill in without boing euinpallea to buy goods not needed.
Aceula for Ibe ( elcbrnteil W. I,, nonarlna S Wen'. Calf Nlsoea and S3
Boys' Mi Of In all Mjlea.'
xrILLUSTRAIED CAlALOdl'E AND PRICB 1ISX MAILED FREE.-
F. 9IEYEIC, e' j and if?a.
F. G. JOXES.
inai our goo-a ana prices are latii aotory to
Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
wltH a fall araert.
i t MEMPHIS, TENN.
P ft OLIVER,