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T.AHIOAP USE TAELL
and after I. P""w trlai oa
" i Abi' MAIL. booth. Worth.
KtoaX-ZL -1.8r. 10:3 4:07 a.m
VicUbU D. .liUS
Rthal a 5:25 a. in 1:3ft p.m
giSSm KonZr.a 6:ln.m 7:61 p.m
SrJSSZH-. 9r a. 5i00 p.m
I for Greenville kid Huntington. and all
-Wlth 11 IlneienUrini Memphll.
with M.lN.ff.n. iv. lor hvivbk.
D-With V. A M. end V., 0. r. neuronal,
-WKhN..J. TACK. A. lor atohea and
J For Point on mo Dramm.
lWlth lUameri tor Bayon Bare.
H With railroad! dlvertim lor Florida,
Teiai and CoutlpotnU. ,
JAB. M. KD WARDS, V. P.andO. M.
A. J.KNAFP. ft. P. A.
Tlaalealppl nnel Tonnennee. Train I
mora aa followi! NewOrleam nail arrival
daily t 9:a.m. leevee daily at 6:00 p.m.
Bjewynrt NeweaB Mlaalaalppl Vnl
lejr .-Tralni mora aa tollown Fait ;lne
leave! at 10:00 a.m.! St. Loali fait line
leevel at 5 :30 p.m. t Fait Una arrival at 1 :30
p.m. I St. Looli fait Una arrival at II :06 a.m.
Lanlavlll and anahvllle Tralni
nova al follow! i Fait mail arrive! daily at
Ii il5 a.m.: leavei at 10:10 p.m. I mall leavei
dally at UhlO a.m.i arrival at 4:00 p.m.
BrowniTilla aeoommodetiom leavei da y
exoept Sandey, at 1:00 p.m. I arrival dally,
axoept Sender, at 8:60 a.m. (lUndardtlme).
eaapnla and Little Back. Tralni
Sot a followa (oantral itandard time);
a. 1 leavei daily at 4 :20. p.m, arrival at
9 : p.m. Bo, I laarai at 5:M a.m.t arrival
at 8 iW a.m. No. 5 (fraliht) laavai Hopefleld
dally (eioept Sunday) at 6:00. a.m.i arrival
at 7:10 p.m.
Snir nante (" my.Sprlne;
eld aad MempnUt Tralni leave M. and
T. dapot ai foliown No. 4, Knniai City ei
praiiHoawiat 10:45 a.m.i No. 3, KaniM
City expreni. arrival at 80 p.m. No. ,
genial Oity mail, laava at 6:00 p.m. I Nojl,
Kantai City mail, arrival at 8:45 a.m. No.
I, Bt. Lonli aad Chloaao aiprani, Jaavai at
tOO p.m.) Nel.Bt. Louli and Chicago ai
praii. arrival at 8:46 a.m. Ia effiot bunday,
April 1&1HD6. '
Menaphle aad Charleston - Tralai
J i ova a follow! t Tbronih expreil laavai
ally at 10:40 p.m. Mall and outran laavai
daily at 10:00 a m. Bomervllle awwrnmoda
tlon leasee dally, eioept Bunday. at 5 30
p.m. Thronah eipre.i arrival i lally j ai5 2ft
a.m. Mall and eipreii arrival dally at 1C :0
p.m. Bomervllle eeoommodetloa arrival
dally, aioapt Sunday, at 8 ;30 a.m.
mania, Htrniinam aad Atlan.
lle-Hofir Bprlnn Root Tralni mov a
follawn No. 1 laavai Mempnli ean;
i arrival at Hour oprinai aioiw v.ui. i
i laavai iioiiy Bprinai daily at
.. arrival at Mempnli i
.. Mmnhla dail at
,t Holly Bprinii at 11:45 p.m. I No. 8 laavai
UollyBprlnii aauyaiaiio a.m
Mamphli tr.:4 a.m.
prtnai amiy at :w
hli at 10:10 a.m.t No
merit yestorday with
The Jewish New Year "Nras eclc
bntfd with appr jpilate coremoniea at
the Temple last night.
The cm of Sqaire Morris, on ac
count oi the absence t the defend
er witneea, waa reset for October
Begietrr Harrieon dl 1 not come to
the city yesterday. Wigiins, how
ever, had nothing to do with hie tUy
in a at home.
License to marry were issaed
llenrv Granberry and
Lncy Brooks, Wm. Edmondson
v in tha Mantitv ef the
. ' J vi.n w " " J -
man mhn mam mil Vrl7.9d at the IO0 1 Ol
Union e'reet Inesday night haj yet
A unitnm of aiz mooths wis im
posed upon Jennett Harney in tne
Criminal Court yesterday for carrying
Pralilnnt Fravser. of tbe Memphis
City railroad, yesUrday appealed from
a fine of $50 imposed by President
Hadden for obstructing tne street
An attachment wis issued yester
day for M. Hurtlg, who refused to Rive
iiiinameto tbe deputy sheriff who
desired to lummon him aa a juror.
Fortune Dow and John Williams
were Hoed $50 and rentenced to sixty
days each in the Criminal Court yes
terday for carryini concealed weapons.
Suit for divorce was filed in the
nirr-nit Court veaterday by Kate
Whitala atrainst John Wtiitolaw,
They were married in 1S7U. ana tne
grounds are drunkenness, abuse and
failure to support.
It has been suggested that all of
tba railroads should ran excursion
tr.ina into the city next Tuesday
The present schedule will deprive the
country people of hearing the debate
between tbe Taylor brothers.
A faw axcasalvelv nervoui andsu
nnritiilnnalv inclined neople drew
thulr hmath ahfit and kentaway from
I all buildlnirs yesterday on account of
tha eortlinnike ntedktion of tbe
Canadian crank, bat with the nujoii
iv nl nennle old WisirinB was an
tbonabt of. There wis no shook, no
wind and no rain, but tbe day wis
... , . .. . I lL. .. .
one of tne meat aeitRiuiui oi mo joi,
"MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TIIURSDAYa SEPTEMBER 30. 1886.
JAM 8 O. BELI, Prefjldent.
malice and I HOTEL ARRIVALS.
. Fa BIEYEli, M;'y aiid reaaw
Thi Hew Uayaas.
FAREINOTON. STEWART WHITB.
Ratal 12 50 to $4 par day, aroordlni to lie
UWU Ul WD..
n R Mullallv. HUl W B Neadham. Mo
E.SE: MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
J II Wabb. Kv
J M Raad, Mill
H w tiion, nim
K V Bowlai, Mich
J K Morria. N 0
I Miller, no
J H Kanilall. La
J I) Vaa Laer, NY
W II Iludion. Tann
A A sharp, Mill
G B BoruKKi. Xenn
K U Bibbitt, 111 , r
Mn A Stiwa-t Af, La
Ban Moyaei, Mill
J B Jnnei, Tann
. I f, if . T...
uaer, n I an iiunt, acuh
W A Mrlntofh.Tonn I. Slater. Tann
T V Mnnli. Mn H A Hainal. Mo
ii v 1 nllllpl, ArK i n liowaru, nra
n. I . i. ! i f I.'-,,-
W UTrowbri'Ue.Min Mn Trowbridie, Mill
Mini A 'Din. lonn r v"'w
r u u.ii.k.ti Mil. fi Ik MUfiva. Mini
OT Kxrniworth.Tenn A 0 uaiuwau, iou
TW I. im M H n Allan. Ala
FH Dam, Ala J iiawranra, nun
A 1. i-haw, Mtm f wiiiob, uui
u v II T.,n T. K Dnraav. 'lann
M K lUalanU.Ina I D lirauioru, inu
in & llit.Hiauu.iui.
8 J I'arkini, Ind
i M btreat, Am
ha(n I'ullen, Ark
J J Pope, Tenn
K II liaiiei', mill
11 L Ktoonarion. no
Mim Tucker, N Y
A U ITootor, l.a
II V MiUar. Ark
E B Saffurd. Ark
W B Martin, Tenn
Frank hiiopion, Mill
O K Tanker Aw, N Y
Chu i Knoi, La , ,
AbnerT Uainei, Uliio.
W. H. BINQBAM Minoii. .
Xaropean plan, e-olarged and refurnunea.
rrlocl aoooroinf m use aou iuoa
tlon of roomi.
0 Whit. Ark J A Omberg, Tenn
J B Koier. Mo KB Ko''V; Ark
J r barrau. lann wn iv xaor, ouu
n M Hna.Ml . IHI11H J U TVIMIO. D M
WOAlilridgeAw.MliI J N Parton, Tenn
A Dollar Is a Dollar.Wtaether
Saved or Famed.
How to Have Cash!
Letting In a Little Light on
the Subject of Lucre.
A dollar saved is a dollar earned.
It is not what a man earns that makes
him wealthy. It is what he saves.
It is easier to spend money than it is
to earn it. Therefore, wben you
spend it see that you get full value
Clothing is a necessity of life. We
have to dress. The laws of civili
zation demand it. Clothing costs
money, and the MISFIT CLOTH
ING PARLORS, No. 2G2 Second
Street, will give you more for your
money than you can obtain elsewhere.
Nob. 3290 .'and
292 SECOND STREET,
MANUFACTURERS AIID JOBBERS
Saddles, Harness, Collars,
SADDFTItY HTiOWAItE AND lyEATHISll.
US' SPECIAL PRICES tc Railroad ant. Levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness,
JAMES JI. eOODBAR.
WH. L. 1'i.AKK. E.
F. 6. JONES.
BOOTS & SHOES
No. 319 MAIN STREET
H V. Mnnre. Mini
W Clay. Mlri
M Holden, Mill
J I) Driver, Ark
L lUoauer, Tenn
N 1 Jnnei, renn
W A (Jreen, Mill
W U Porter Aw. Mill
J 1 McKiiaock, I)en
W D Cannon, Tann
Ml, K Moora. Mill
J U lirlght.Miii
B A Carlton. Ark
H Millar, Tenn
J C Fage, Tenn
W R Haueei, Ark
P Tracy, Tenn
BP terms, Tenn
K K Pattanon. Tenn
J W Whitehead, Mill
Tan n ftjnhn.on. Mo
H Hrariwntsr, tenn
J U Vann, Ark
Mini M Lnwrejr, Tann
; THE "WEATHER.
For Tamtttf and Kmlwly: Gen
erally fair weatiwr; tightly vxxrmer;
For Arkwtat: Fair waUur; tUyhtty
wvrmn; toulhwetlerly vindt,
The rivert will remain nearly tlationary.
The Comas Winter,
ProphH FosUr, in Burlington Free
Prcn: T'l be forewarned is almost
equal t1 luting wH armad.- Following
tbe drouth will be a long, cold, ormy
winter, with a largo amount of snow.
There will he some beautiful weather
between Ibis and the middle of De
cember, and then, for at leait three
months, extreme cold and snow blook
des. Of c mree the oold will not be
continuous, but durinu thJe long period
there will be no general thaw, as we
often have the laat-ol January or in
February.' Hunh 'wintera alwaya
cause great snflering to man and beast,
and the wise fill provide plenty of
fuel, repair tMr dwellings and pre
pare good aiiVltcr for stock. We fore
told ttieMff at drouth o! tbis veir many
mony' More ft pommenced, antLthe
iorves Uutt- eotitrol the-droutlw 'ao
control the wintmsaa to their reverity
or mildness. There is no superstition,
no gneaiiwotk, no astrology about
these prediction, but l he calculations
are made from what ia known of the
laws of nature, and If mistakes oocur
it Is from niismlcu atljn, as in any
other mathematical problem.
MiMr-au. TrniH.. Peptember 29. 1WB.
Time. I Uui,
7:00 a.m. 80.2.0
(Ml 0 N.W.
(U) 0 Calm.
"Tktailmum t"ni perjure, 70.0.
Minimum temperature, 63.0.
Ototie, 11 a.m., 1.
Ia the t'olloa) Krclon.
SlONAI, SkRVICB, U. 8. Abmv,
8ept mbe! 'JO, I8H0-U p.m. j"
Dlvifion of tolf itramt and reports for
the bne3t ( f coramor. e and agricul
ture. Cotton remon bulletin for tbe
twenty-fmr honis tuidiug Nt-pteinber
! B B
Meraph's 70 53 . 0
Nashville..w 65 4tl .00
Grand Juuction... 70 40 .00
Corinth- 70 45 .00
Tnscnmbla -71 47 .00
Decttur 70 61 .00
HcotUboro. 7i .62 .00
Hernando 9 4:1, .00
Bateaville. ......... 70 62 " .CO
Grenada..' 71 40 .00
Oovingtoa ..i 70 47 .00
Pyenburg 72 45 .00
Arlington ... 85 45 .10
Brownsville 70 47 .00
Milan j..--. 70 43 .00
Paris J. 3 34 .00
Bolivar 71 47 .00
Holly Springs 09 60 .00
Oxfordf. 71 60 .00
Bums 1344 404 .10
Means 71 48 .00
DisTrucrs. lis 3" B I
Wilmington 81 04 .05
AngusU 87 67 .00
Bavannah 00 67 .01)
Atlanta 3 3 .03
Montgnmery 84 61 .
Mobile 75 58 .03
New Orleaur 69 .
Galveston 7 69 .00
Vicksburg 75 67 .07
Little Rock. .74 49 .00
Memphis - 71 48 .
Sums 798 652 .18
Mfana 80 69 .02
Da. Sim has returned to the city.
Miss Fa Unix Mat his returned to
Capt. Haet Fbesm as arrived yester
terday from a few daya trip.
Owiita to the Jewish New Year the
naUtinl nutabllshmknt of I. Bamolton
A. Co. No. 310 Main street, will be
closed until 8 o'clock this evening.
At Mies Hlabee'a school, tomorrow
evening at 8 o'clock, there will be a
recital of mnsio and elocution by the
fparhpin. Patrons and, IrlendH are
Misua Carbii Wolf and Florence
Fold, assisted by Mrs. A. G. Milium,
will receive their many friends at tbe
residence of Mr. and Mrs Fuld, No. 80
Court street, on New Year, Thursday,
September 30. b.
A special from Dei Moina. Is., to
the Oincinna'i Timei-Mar, states that
Mr. Annin Ctiambers Ketcbum. for-
mrlv of tbis citv. hid taken the veil
and assumed tbe white woolen habit
of the Third Order of Penitence, Sisters
.Visitors at the Cotton Exehange
iraainnUv: C. P. Person. Collierville;
a J. Virkand Mies Marv Vick.Vicks-
hutg; J. Motter, BU Louis; MisaB.T.
Dfenon, Bolivar county, Miss ; A. 8.
Walker and wife,' Louisville, Ky.j
Mn. W. A. Steffev. city: John Jtergu
mn. Mlaaiaslnoi: B. L. Armstrong,
ArkenFas; Micsea A. Lacy and Budie
Tea Rev. Dr. 8. A. Steel, pastor of
the First Methodist Church of thla
city, baa received notice of his ap
pointment to the Walnut 8treet Meth-
ml lit (Ihnroh in Lou sville. Kv. Vf.
Bteel endeavored to avoid a trattster
from the Memphli OonfBrence, with
which he baa had delightful relations
for the past four years: but the de
mand for his eervices at Louisville was
too urgent for hi in to decline. The
Walnut Btreet Church lathe leading
Methodist coogregHtion in Louisville.
Dr. Bteel will not leave his present
Dr. A. J. KeiiUR, of Hot Springs,
who for many years wis a rosideut of
Merrnhis, was exceptionally hloBted
in his sons. Two of them, Mniray
and Irving, followed him loto the pro
fession oi medicine and both have
made most credit iblo reputations, and
In lines entirely independent of
him. There is nn better phy
sician for his ape than Dr. Murray
Kellur, and Dr. lrvinn was quite bis
equal, in his Hpeclaliy superior. I tie
nndo i f tho father and mother cen
tered in these Tourg men. Our
rnadnra r in indue, then, of the firco
of the alow they have rcelved in the
death of their son Irving, which took
nlana vesterdav momma at Hot
Hurinna. But not only to his idolising
narnnts and friends but to tbe 8 ate
la Dr. Irving Keller's death a gnat
loss. To say we sympathise wittt
llinm la Vint a mid inrmalism. We
deDlora the death ol si useful and
nr.im'aino a vounu man aa a loat be
yond repair. A bright and brilliant
lifa has been cut short in tbe moment
ol its greatest usefulnes. Dr. Irving
was the most prjmiMng of the young
nhvslcians and anmeous of Arkansas.
The (acuity not only of that Btate.but
of Tennessee and Kentucky, confei ssd
his worth and aligned him a very
hiah dace even anion a the most ex
nerienced of their members. Ha was
ambitious and etndioas. careful and
nrndent. an unfailina and skillful op
erator to whom the secrete of bis ait
and science were unfolded aa if by
manic to a favored one. Had he lived
ha would have won the hinhest hon
or and hla name wonld have been
among those that aie cherished for the
best examples oi s lentmo uuio. anu
W II Wardlo
11 u lilrun, An
Mi'lO Jiy, Tana
M " Jay, Tann
B M Adaini, Tenn
M M UaTia, Mim
A 11 Cook, Mill
J B Franklin. Mill
T J Cole, Ohio
KM fclam, Oto
0. B. OALLOWAv CO ..PioriiToaa.
Haul tl nil ana l per a ay. acoru'ui hi
it anil location of room Bpaoial
Mllall.Tann J S Hibbl. Pa
W V Wendlnnd, Ark C L Uurt. Mill
A J Unit, Mill
W A Btooki, Mill
J Kimman, Ark
J Nolan Aw.Tenn
W P Ilerry, Tenn
1) H Konan, Mill .
II 0 Tilion Aw, Ark
J Births, Mill,
D Hartrett. Min
0 RCoolldgalr, Ark A 0'oliilg, Ark
t A Kaiier, Wn W WhiU. Tenn
J Morrii.Tcnn R A Urewry, Tenn
K P Uovan. Tenn uujonei, Tenn
MriBBratlfonl.Tenn CBtow, N
B C Johnion, Man A u uwrii, n i
lli v jonnaun, mi
W llulhiir. N V
A B W Piker am, tty
Wade wodU, ay
C 0 MeUehee, Mill
Mill II err n renn
N J Viok, Mill
W Yerjrer. Mill
H II MoCaleb, Mill
L H r-onoenier. 111
K R Morria, Tenn
1 Pierce, Ky
0 W llrinale. Ky
?W Ourtii, Mn
H Freeman, Tenn
J Urahaui, Tenn
Wm Uannon. mm
W J Miller. Va
B J Howard, N Y
A M Jnnei, va
J D Dorrii, Ark
J W Alliion, Pa
F K.ufman, N Y
OonCHarrti Aw, Mill
K W Voanler, Mo
Mill M K Viok, Mill
I Levy, Mill
T U Htuart, Mo
11 B Humphrey. La
hem in. I, Ind '
B W Uale Aw, Ark
J R Seat,, Ky
J MoUonald, Mo
J F Hl, Tenn
8 W Mitchell, Tana
CJ riynoa. Ark
J 0 Jenninai, NO
J Biinmi Ari Oa
C Ulanton, N Y
Wm Jao'aon. NO
u.. I ll,, An. TI O C lllanohard. Mll
A D Brown, Min C II Unoladei, Mexloo
Jai Jamiion, Ark W Jjml-on, Ark
11 M Doek. Tenn T J Jaokinn, Tana
W W Ward, NY J A Browder. tal
R (layol Aw, Mexico h Walton, Tenn
J Andrew, if, N SCCa dwell, N Y,
Dairy 'a Eoropifaai Hotel.
Corner of Adami and Main itraett. Rjomi.
600, 760 ana 1 per aayi Amanoan riau,
ii par day.
Vl..t l...Ti..i.rnt In the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 yean with Peabody Hotel),
R A rtrown. Mill
W 0 hohnabol, Ark
C U Adami, Mo
,J OOarrutheri, Ark ,
K M llicki, Tenn
Why Misttts Are the
1. Because you are sure of getting
2. Because tailor garment are al
ways well made.
3. Because you get the best of
clothing for less than half its
4. Because, although they are called
"Misfits," you get better fits
than you can find among ready-
Because you really gain what the
6. Because you get clothing that
was made to bring double what
you pay for it.
7. Because you are always certain
of getting full value for your
8. Because Misfits are really the
, Our Now Goods.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors
are now displaying hundrods of Fine
We have the finest assortment of
Pants in Memphis.
We show a nioe line of beautiful
aw-Onr Fall and Winter Stock of BOtlTI AMD SHOES-thalars-ent in thii marker, and onaof the lamit to be found In any market
linow oomDleto. and we invite the Merohanti viiitnx Memr.hu to oall and examine the lame. The fact that we iell more than any other
houie hen, and perhapi more than any home iomh ol the Ohio river. i infficient evidence that our gooi and Pricei are latiiiaotory to
the trade We still mitt largo line of :UiTlt-.nADt GuODS, Including the ee'ebrated Ueo. Hooker Calf Booti, Kriopendorf.
TJltttnan A Co. Ladiai Kid. tioat and Call, beiidei a large variety of other make!. Our Kaitern maHj gpodi cannot be lurpaiied by
any hon'e. fllve m a rail
Bn j Only the Best and
Save money :
irOnr atraaj pal at we
Ret C!lothla; npary ilew anel are
Ibercrore akla tweetl Ii very low.
We a yea bm Sat tlolblnif
for tbe Iwt Kiaiyt is.
J W Perkini, Ark
F J Caldwell, Tenn
II C Penny, Oa
W J Ward, ()
WB Adami, Mo
L T Fremiti, Ind
J M Ilaynei, Ark
B F Sullivan, Min
0 Quintal, Jr., Min
B T Dr.wni, Mo
A MrAbby, lenn
0 K Tate, Mill
r U Powe'i, umo
8 jachi. Mo
W W Culver, Mo
II A Ball, trio
II A Dl
Mr. TP YouniAo.La W VJoyoe, Tenn
A P Cleverie, lonn
A A Martin, Tenn
K J Btedman, Ark
Mr. 11 0 White, Tex
A F Hogeri, Ky
11 W Watti, Tenn
F Badox, W i
K F White, N Y
0 B Guthrie, Tenn
K M Rogeri, Tenn.
262 Secohd Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
N. B. Bememher, all alteration! to in-
ura a perieot fit dona free of ebirge.
0- Open EveailDeTa nntil 9 1 Sntair
We offer you Boya' Good, BtraBK
Nent Button Hboea, each aa you
never bought before for leaa tnan
a 8ft to $ SO, (be alaea ruunlna
from 11 to S.
FOB ill 23
We sell an Excellent Double Tip
ped Kboe for Children, 4 to 7,
worth regular SI 00. For si xo,
aame kind, ilm 7 18 to 10 1-8,
worth reanlar 91 85.
a-Children'i and Mlnei' School Shoel
heaper Than liver, or Any wnero m
Call and Convinoe Yourielvei.
FOll ft OO
Ton ean buy of u. n pair of La-
dlea' Hid Button Shoea that yon
cannot aubatltnte elaewbere for
We offer yon Ladlra' Pebbled Goat
Button Sboea, fully worth W 7a,
FOll $3 OO
Ton can bny n pair of Hen'a Gal-
tera. Lace Bala or Button Hboea,
full atoek calfakln, aeamleaa
I mn. aultd aole. leather and
conoter, every pair warranted
worth at leaat S3 75 to M 00
FOR 1 25
Ton ean bny of oa a pa of Men'i
Stltcbdown Buckle or Tie Sboea
that coat yon elaewbere SI 78.
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL,
Interest Fald. on Dopoejltai.
OPEM SATCBDAYH BMIla. 7 O'CLOCK P.M. , -,
M. U. K1TZENBERGEF, PresTant.0 I. KATZENBERGEE. Cashier.
ItOAHD OF DIRECTORS.
A. COHEN. J. H. BI8COE,
T. FT TOBiN. A. b. MEYKRS.
W. U. CAKROiiL,
JOHN A. DENIE.
J. W. bCUOtiR,
Z. N. ESTE3.
B. 8. BPICER.
yf. B. D0AH.
(SOCCSaSOBS TO ESTES, DOAI Y CO.)
WLolesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street. Memphis, Tenn.
THE IMMENSE POPULARITY ODE
Have attained, baa Induced unprincipled manufacturer! to place on i the market i ibu
Citation. We 'herlbi caution the'publ.c that .11 Genuine Cigarroi will bear Bfcl. teal
"""".'ft- ""2';-vr:aic:; o. ad or.tnci. m
on eaou ."' S! .ki .V.t fnr a rnnia
The only all long Havana nuer oiai
43-BO. 3F. LIEH 3 C3.f
Factory 200, 3d District, S. Y.
MOON & JOYHER, Wholesale Agents,
If hat Hh lloiiKht.
Mrs. Flyaround ia quite a model
ile. Mr. F. is a ftood but inquisitive
husband. 8he baa been shopping all
attoraoon and Le ia intent on know
ing as much about ber experience aa
aim Hops hnrtfllf.
He protest "There, deario, don't
got aniiry. If you could only nave
eeen that lovely new fill cloak I saw
at Handmetlown & Vo.'b I know you
would say it waa cheap at $140."
"I dare any, sarcastically.
"And that mahoanny eot at Imita
tion Bros. H 800 my, how beautiful
ly ttiat would do for the front cham
ber np stairs."
"No doubt," Willi a lorceu smne.
"Then theie was that full erubroid-
ord crazy quilt, plush lioish juBt
Oriental, it was at Mr. lenpercent
oir, only $200, and I thought how
complete it would make tbe I iirnish-
iDg oi tne room."
"OI couth?," wiiu suppreesen angHr.
"Hut i he boonet at Miss Quitein-
fisblon's, m y I Ueorge, and I thought
how lovely it would go with my terra
and you Dougnt ur paie,
P. M. Stanlbt. funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison Btreet.
Mm a. Godart, at 209 Main street,
ia prepared t9 do the finest of dr ens
making. Miss Maby Ftbdmak will reopen
her school at 07 B ill Run street, on
Monday, October 4tb.
Oukw "Drummond's Katntal Leal"
Tobacco. See that two tin tags are r.n
the plug. Don't take any imitation.
Mild and elegant.
Miss Gracb Liweliyk will resume
her class in elocution September 27th.
For terms, etc., rail at No. 89 AdamB
n rcoi r.i.or u u v.w".
Mies Cabius M. Kbatinq will re
Bume her classes in music (piauo an 1
vocal) on the 1st of October next. For
terms, apply at E. Witzmann & Co.'e,
G. W. Miller & Co., Patent Asbestos
Fire Proof Koofem. For durability,
nnnaled bv none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, ielt and gravel roofa. Ho. 65
MaW mo.liers are unable to nurse
their children. In tuch cases the best
subttltutsto be found is Mellin's Foorl,
prepared after Liebig a formula, which
Deviled Craba, Starlmn, "" '
Salmon, Freata Can Mackerel,
Brook Trout, Oyatera,
Mackerel In Tomato Catanp.
Sweet Stuffed Plcklea,
Soar Plcklea by tne gal. and In Jara,
Pickled Onlona, Hot Bellata,
Wooater Sauce, Tomato Uatanp,
Capera, Hnatard, Curry Powder,
Salad Dreaalns, Ollvea, Olive Oil,
Cream Cbeeae, Celery Sauce,
Celery Salt, Etc.. Ete.
JT. T. BUCKHAM & CO.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
"THE STANDARD OF TOE WOULD.
n rmt UTTi TTTI IB 1 TITk
PARLOR AND CHAPEL BTjlL1S zo.uu ahu truAw
narTXRMS-Caih, or eur Monthly Initallmenti. w rita iot iiiuiwawa uaiiaTP..--i
. HOUCK cSJ
SOLK AGEIf IB POB THE SOUTHWEST,
No. 888 MeatM. t., Carf
Id Onion Street, BtnatiTliie.
110O Olive Street, Sa. LonsK)
"Yea, and you
With dif gust. ... .,, h. nroved to correspond physiologic'
"No. dear; what made you .nyVithmothen'milt.
Th "Exposition Universelle de Fart
Michael Stropff tonigU.
Nearly all the aummer reaortera
An anbalt wa'k is to be built
around the Cusiom llo'iB?.
ConfUblf C. Ka eer, of the Four
.eeclh District, nualiUed yesterday.
The coinmiasions of Mesrj. Jones,
Cannon am) Bmy have been rocelved
hy the SheriU.
Tbe Mintlr li closed their engnge-
A DruKKlst's Story.
Mr. Isaae O. Chapman, druggist,
Newbnrg, N. Y., writea ub: "I have
fnr Lhn naat ten veara Bold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Bal'ara for
the Lungs. I caa say of it what I
cannot aav of anv other medicine, I
r - i .
have never beard a customer speaa oi
it hnt to nralae its virlnea in the nigh'
est manner. I have recommended it
in a croat many ctsea of whooping
cough, with the happiest eftecta. I
nave need it in my own lamny ior
many years; In fact, alwaya have a
tiottle in the medicine closet ready for
"I.lebla Ca'a Cocoa Beef Tonle
la f ir au nrior to the faahionab'e and
i lus ve prepara ions of b f, wine and
iron," says Piof. F. V. Uont, M.D.,
Honorary Member Imperial Med cil
Society of St. Petstabnrg, Ruaeii, etc.
It will reconstruct the m et ehattered
and eni h1)!h1, reinv eorate the aged
and iiJi-m nud build ii n eickly chil
dren. InvaluablH in female irregular
ity, pain and exhituAtion. Quiets rest
less children and lDlmits.
"Oh. beciuss it would re lust like
s womau," somewhat moUiflt d.
"Well, darling, i didn u au x
bonsht waa a nolka dot tie for you
and a bibpin for baby, and s package
ol Koko Tula lor myseit."
Moxlc! What Is It?
A barmlers. simple nerve food that
'ill supercede stimulants and ner
vines. It cental na not a drop of med
icine, Btlmnlant or alcohol, and is the
only thing known that will recover
t T i i .; mi tK.
Oram nuu utrrvuua diu.usmvU( us
thirst for alcohol drinks, opium, etc.;
gives s vigorous appetite, refreshing
sleep, and ia Invaluable to the brain
worker and those Buffering in any
form Irom nervouonets, as it recovers
everything caused by over tasking the
nervous eystem. Moxie Nerve Food
ia a delicious beve-age, and is lor Bale
by leading druggist.
Fine Watch repairing at Mulforu'g.
nnlinatra" awarded ihe highest hon
ors to Angostura Bitters as the most
efficacious stimulant to excite the ap
peiiteand to keep the digestive or
gans in good order. Ask for the gen
nine article, manufactured only by
Dr. J. G. B. Slegert & Sons, and he-
ware of imitations.
Wbbklino. September 29. Night
River 4 f"t 9 inches on tbe gauge and
rising. Weather clear and cool.
Pittsbobo, September 29. Night
River 6 feet 3 Inches on the gange and
stationary. Wtather clear and cool,
Oaibo, September 29. Night River
a it 1 Inch on the gange and rising.
Weather clear aud cool. No arrivals or
Importer! and dealer! In nB"i """"V,
nlllflu and rianlna; Tackle, Bnlldera'
llardwara, I Iccirie ueiia -
Hn...lu tj.m tr.r lln(A. .nrl It Rtffanoei.a4Q
Main atrcet, Hempbla, Tenn. Eleotrie
nonliai a wan on ham). " anvr'iut neatll
SHE k Mcf! A KTHY. PrODlJB.
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
rvm niTn T.annitciT TtOILSR SHOPS
J In the Bonth. and the only eompjjU)
Boiler and Bbeet-Iron Worn jn ne mw.
U rUA,nAM . hM.f nlate Iron'
work of every description. Special
attentln alvan ulaatallon wnra
Wholesale Dealers and Publisliers,
Sole Asenti for the following Flrit-Claii Initrumenti;
STBINWAY and IvJN
PIANOS Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
I OISGAW3 Clough & Warren, and Smith American. ;
B-A NEW 7-0CTAVE PIANO FOB 190.-wi
Write for Citelogne. Xo. 231 and 223 Second Mreet, Memphis. ;
(M'C'tKSHOItS TO N. I. LEE), JOBBtKfi or
Cigars and Tobacco
275 Main Street. Opp. Conrt Kgnare. Memphis, Tenn.
All styles and prices to order.
Memphis iSlenu Shirt Factory, 224
Mnlford. Jeweler, 2V4 iMain, w
llciU ordera from Ike country.
Ha to Kntleose lcomarelno for
yonr rinaablna and tlaa-rittlns
The ee'ebrated No. 9 Kentucky
Coal, Mi Henry mines. Lump and
Nut Coal wuoifeaie and reiau.
DkNNY 0'NKIL, Atent.
Order "Wnllenl Made Medals.
a)et Knilcme liaouiaralno to eta
Solid Sll tern are at Mnlferd's
Monogram iiaugles Mull'ord
JUST BCElTlMO AW IH STORE,
1,000 ling New Crop (Season 1886), Ki Coflee. -s!(MM
keJcs Iron and Steel Nails-best brands.
1,0OO barrels Kcflned Sugar-all grades.
IOO barrels New Crop (reason 186), Blee.
l,r00 pkgs. Leal and Meflned Lard.
ISO Heroes Canvassed Hams.
IOO boxes Brektiisi Baeon.
1,000 bag Shot, Powder and Caps.
1 OOO boxes Canned Moods, Sardines, Oy-ten, Etc. .
l.OOO bxs. pnre aew Cream Checse-lUer Moon -1,000
bags haitd-pleked Virginia and Tennessee reanuts.
a....-a r 41.0 iiiirated brands of RIL
TEB MOON and JllfcMlIII Pure Stick Candy, and ltaking
Powder. Iniporlerg of Foreign Frnlts, Lemons, Oranges,
LoursviLLs. September so-Night- P. IT O O L 1. 0 0 K S 2S1 nr. d 2Sfi Main Street. : Memphis, Tenn.
River 4 feet 7 inches in the canal ma w '
2 feet 5 inches on the tana anu stauon-
Imnortar aad Dealer la
dune. Flaking Tackle nnd Sport,
nien'a Sappllea. oar Speolal atUatloa
liven to MANDIACTUBLNU ana aa
4ia Main NtMemnhla. Tenn
Young & Brother,!
vrv. 11 J AA M v Ain
isooKBeiiers anu Diauuucir,
218 Main St., Memphis, Tenn
a new si'rrivr or
. r- IT iU- 1
aiv. miiuneea irnr. " eut vio, iu
Nw Oauuss, September 29. Night
Arrived: Oilmote and bargee, ana
Annie P. Silver, bt. lxmiB. ine
Gilmor and barges returns at daylight
St. Loom, September 2a. nigm
River risen 3-10 feet, and stands 7
4-10 feet on the gangs. Weather clear
and cool. Arrived: City of Baton
Ronge, New Orleans; City of Vicks
burg, Vickaburg. No departurea ol
All the Ladies
Should visit Laviiine'a, in the yua
tVl oaa' Building, and tee the splen
did display of hats, bonnets and trim
mings. It embraces all tl.e newett
ai d p-e'tieet article-, wrr.ch are cueieu
IMPORTER AND DKALKtt IN
eans, Ammnnitlon, Flsblng Tackle
and Sportsmenn' nrlleg.
WHOLKSAliK AND RKTAIL.
B44 Mala Mtreet, MenplilB, Tenni
Mannfaotnrlni and Repairirgot Mania
Specialty. Lament Utock. Bait awnvtment.
MO. h m
Urethral Stricture Cured!
Removal Comvlet. Neither knife, eanstlo
nor dilation. So pain. No humbug.
A.lr's WK. 15. IV. TIT THILL,
BVX 131. ATLANTA, A.
Boots anil Slioe
0rjR fcTOCK OP BOOTS AND . 8H0BS FOR
J oomple e than ever, eompriima not only tne oeii
dinm. durable and itjliin toodi. which we offer at low " . fl
T TlIK TRADK wa offer Ineolal Indnoementi. arry i
SOLID 6IZKS, w. are prepared to fill orden trPc 5u Y ioodi not needed?
. kiln. Murnhant. In All In withnut baina Oompelled tO Duy fOOU. BUI
A.ent. for the t debralert W. 1.. "'"" C"U Sh"" M M '
Hoy a' Shoe In all aijiea.i
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