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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY. JULY 8, 1886.
RAILROAD T1IE TABLE.
fcoabrriDf ,ltw Orleans s4 Te xaa K'j
INSIKftf FPI V AL.A.KT KOI TE.
and after May 2. Dvri, passenger mini on
thta run will rnn lullnwa:
' Abi mailT
aesaphis - . A..
!) n ml t:W a.m
Lola...- .. B
:) p. ml 7 :21 a.m
10:11 p.mj 4:7 a,m
J arrisoa .
l:ii a.m : a.m
2:44 s.n U:1A p.m
&: ..ml 8:35 p.m
0:14 a.m 1 :oi p.
a. ml p;nn p.m
With all lines entering Stemphle.
B With M. A N. W. K. K- lor Helena.
C For Ureenville ind 11 ud ting ion, and all
P-U. mIi V. A M. and V.. 8. k P. Rallroadi.
X With N., J. A C. K. K. ior Aatobos and
T For Point, on the Branch,
a M'ih steamers ior Hayou Sara.
H Vi'th railroads diverging lor Florida,
Tens and Cnatpninta. ;
JAS. M. EDWARDS, V. P.andfl. M.
A. J.K.NAPP. (i. P. A. L
Mlealaalppl and Tfnnrura.-Trait"
tnove ai follows: New Orleans nail arrival
daily at Ih&e.m. ; leaves daily at 5:00 p.m.
Bardis accommodation arrive! dull j-nj 8:4.r
a.m. ; laavc. daily at 5 :20 p.m. Now Orleans
tail train will not itop at any fieg ntntion
tMtwean Mamnhia Anil Kardi.. nr itt'WhitM.
Karen, Uorn Lake, Nesbit and Love, Freight
trains do nut carry passengers.
If ewrorl Newaand MlaalaiaVpl Val
y Trains move a. follow.: Fast 'Id
Ihtm at 10:00 a.m.: ht. Load fast lina
leaves at $ :S0 p.m. j Fait lina arrival at 1 :30
p.m. ; bt. Louis fait lina artives at :ufi a.m.
Lonlevllle and BfawhWflle Traini
Fiove ai follow.: Fait Jnail arrival daily at
:16 a.m.: leaves atlOill) p.m. I mall leave,
dally at 10:10 a.m.i 'arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brown. villa aoeoininpdatiom leava. daily'
zoapt Sonday, at .Vflll p.m. ; arrival daily,
azeapt Sunday, at 8:50 a.m. (standard time).
Meaaphl and Lilian Rork. Traini
nova ai follow, (central itand.rd time):
Mo. 1 leave, daily at 4:20' p.m.: arrival at
' :M p.m. No. S leavei at 5:V a.m. i arrival
8:o0a.m. No. ft (freight) leaves llniwfleld
My (eioept Sunday) at fl:iJ, a.in.t arrival
tnlf Monte IKnnaa. Clly, Nprlna
" Id mad Memphi.-Traini leave M. and
lepot ai follow.: No. 4, Kama. City i
, leavei at 10:44 a.m.) No. 3, Kama.
eipresi, arrive, at 3:30 p.m. No. 2,
teal City mail, leavei etn:(XI p.m. : No.'l,
t. a. City mail, arrive! at b:t a.m. No.
t. Loaii and Chica.n espres, 'eavea at
I p.m. I No. 1, St. Louis and Chicaaoei
... arrive! at :,,' a. ru. In effect Bunday,
ell 18. 18HH.
fesnphla and Chnrlealon Traini
va ai follow! : Thrnoirh espreae leave!
ily at 10:20 p.m. Mail and express leavai
tily at 1(I:(X) a m. Somerville acoommoda.
oa leavei daily, except Sunday, at 8:110
.m. Through eipress arrive, daily etn:W
..m. A! ail and express arrive! dally at 8:40
.m. Somerville accommodation arrival
lally, axoept Sunday, at 8 ;U0 a.m.
Menapbl, Birmingham and Allan
'(Holly Spring! Konta Traini mova a.
illewi: No. 1 lenvei Memphis dally at3:4f
m.t arrive! at Holly Springs at 8:58 p.m.:
Jo. 1 leavai llnlly Springs daily at 9:00
arrival at Memphi. at II tl& a.m. t No.
s leavai Memphis daily at 7:18 p.m., arrival
4 Holly Sprint, at 11:44 p.m.: No. 6 leave.
ioHy Sprinn dally at 2 1 15 a.m., arrival at
WilHINOTox, July 8, 188A, I a.m,
todlcationa: For Tonnosseo, local
i ins; slightly cooler.
For Arkansas, local rains; Btationiry
For Uutimippi, laumana and Ttxa :
Local mint: ttationary teinjwrnlurt;
For Tfivirinte, local raint; itiyhtly
Cooler; variable ti iiids.
H tooroloft-lAAl ktrport.
MiarHig. Tiaa., July.7. 1888.
Time, Bar. Thr. Wind. WUr
7:00 .m. ;10 0'J4 71.0 NK, Fair.
11 :00 .m. :).022 77.0 K, Cloudy
8:00 p.m. ::o.oo:; 81.0 K. (Jluar.
7:00 p.m. -MMMH) K4 0 S.E. Clear.
J0:00 pjn. :m.01.r) 78 0 B.K. Clear.
.mum temperature, 65.
imnm Umiporature, 00
la th t'oitoai Heclon.
SlOMAL HllTICB. U. 8. ArMT,
July 7, 1888-0 p.m.
division of telenrams and reports lor
e benefit of commerce and asrlcul
ire. Cotton region bulletin tor the
i-enty-Iour hours ending July 7th,nt5
Uemphia 85 (il) .07
Nashville DO tm .
Grand Junction... Hti (18 .00
Corinth 1H) 65 .00
TnacambU 88 70 .01
Decatur 05 01) .00
Bcotteooro 80 01) .01)
Hateeville 84 tin .01
Grenada 8.1 (14 ,20
Hernando 8 (15 .
ArllDRton 1)1 00 .
Bronsville...n.. 01 s .10
Milan Dl 07 .OS
Paris.- Hi! 5(1 .00
CovinKton oil 05 ,0f
Dyereburg. 01 07 .HO
Bolivar... 87 68 .00
Holly Nprings 84 07 .00
Oxford 8(1 (i! .00
Sums 1078 1200 .80
Means 88 0(1 07
? ? W
DISTRICTS. gg" Sg- g.
WIlminKton 8!) Oil .00
Charleston !H) 70 .13
AurubU 88 00 .00
Savannah 01 72 04
Atlanta 88 00 .;!;!
MonUfOmtry 88 07 .12
Mobile SS" 07 .12
New Orleans 8!) OS .01
Galveston 02 00 .00
VicksbnrR 00 08 .21
l ittle Rock IK) 08 .10
Memphis 88 00 .04
Pums 1071 822 1.01
Mwana... 80 08 .1(1
Another big crowd at tbo tobog
gan last evei.iuK.
A little bii'lilinp boom ie going
on in Fort Pickering.
Tli9 Eev. Mr. larrmr will proaoh
on 'The Coding CoDllict" Sunday
Tbrro baflb'tcn a decided drop in
llua price ci lumber durinz the pint
No caruo has yet been discovered
for the suicide if the young man
The Domncratic primarios will be
held next Tu flay uad lhi tonvculiou
t he fol 1 o v i tig i h u rs lay .
Su't frr divorce wr k ciUammI in
the Ciirtiit Court yoRterday by Krank
egsinft Caroline Hwon.
The Innks and inmranco enm
priis are tominn up t autisnnely
with their dividend notice.
The Citizrrs'Stre't Rii'road Cora
pgnv is r.'pi'lly Imdding iU lino nr.
fcibelby i-tr.ct. TUerd carj williua
out tbut lOate.
Paider)t ll'drfea ii making more
ase every day of thlit:lo blinks to
fiils up nits tie name of n buid ol
depa tmant and gives to visitors who
ca I upon him. In this wy be re
lieve himself of a great deal of annoy
ing labor and adds to the efficiency
and dignity ol bis cuiofr.
A reward of f003 is offerf d for the
fp.' andcvrviciion of the mmderers
of Ko;a and Paul Justi. Bee adver-
tireniuct in rewaid column.
There will be eomo lively bidding
Ior privi eges I r the picnic t J he given
for the ben? lit if Ireland. Tno s lie
of ticket ttxki s place tonight.
The Cit'acns' Watur lias Com
rany bai sslwlfd Mr. George B.
Fleece as its rts dent enginenr. He
will at oijca enter upon his duties.
The picnic cf ! Memphis Typo-
fiaphical Union baa brea roKtponed.
t will take place Monday next if the
park fan be procured for t hat da'e.
William Ilale, colore!, wriiei to
the jorreUrr of the clut) that "The
fi-ches is a bitting every wlier, lull the
Ibhert-rs to cunt on low to iloavcr
Not more tan two of the enter
taiomcnls at l'.stivnl Park this season
trananircd on the date announced.
Al'liey weio all pflstponed, sometime
twice or more.
Tbo box office for the Keene
Dramatic Cub's entertainment at
KHival Park Friday evecing will bo
open at 0 o'clock Thursday and Fri
day morning at Manriford's.
Licpnees to marry yes'erday: J.
A. Nagle and Kate Clancy, William
O'Neal end Annie Johnson. Peter
Covirjgtm and Tomato Pernull, John
Lorpnzi aud Mary Lorenzi.
The reward of $200 offered by T.
J. Device for the detection of the
murderer of bis father-in-law and
mother-in-law, Paul and Ko;a Jmli,
has bren inrreaced to 38C0 by A. and
D. Botto, Mrs. Josti's brothem.
Patrolman Randolph wore plain
clothes yesterday evening. In the Po
lice Court in the morninir, when Pres
ident lladdnn fined Afl:e Jclmsn,
colored, $25 for efwaulting her white
miatrem, and fined two young men
who punished her with a strap the
same amount, he leuurked in Capt
llackett's hearing that if the rase had
been one of colored mint thrashing a
white woman, hanging would not
have been tno good. The chief re
lieved Randolph of his star, hut he
explained tbat tie was simply repeat
ing what wis said by some negroes
whom he had ordered to be quiet.
8oIe Agents for Horace K. Keftv
to.'g Key West Cigars.
The trade supplied at New York
prices. A full assortment constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by us: Uayoso Hotel stand,
Peabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. i. sambisow a co.
Louis Ehb will summer at Cedar
Mrs. S. , Hunt has gone to Ocean
A. A OMR leaves today for Virginia
and the Eiet.
John R. PaoTneoand E, (i Rutland
are visiting friends in Little Rock.
Mas. Gilbkrt Rains and children
havo gone to Morehead City, N. 0., to
remain during the summer.
Dam ficiiLoflg announces himself as
a candidate for Circuit Conrt Clerk.
He is a business man, well known to
most of our citizens, having lived in
Memphis many years. .
Miss Mary (j. Mayo, afler a pleas
ant bo o urn cf several months at Mor
rillton, Ark., has returned, and her
many Mends will be pleesed to learn
that sho is to remain in tho city dur
ing her summer vacation.
Yrhtrhday afternoon the Christian
Brothers entered on a spiritual re
treat, to continue eight days Tho
Rev. James Ryan, aPassionlst Father,
will preach tne retreat, and Brother
Rorauald, Vice Provincial, will con
duct the order of exercises.
Prof. S. A. Mosks, a practical and
successful optician, now stopping at
248 Second strtct, brings the following
testimonial, among many others from
eminent gont'emen in the South. It
bears date, Baton Rouge, Juno 28,
1880: '1 take pleasure in recom
mending the pebbles sold by Prof. 8.
A. Moaes, a practical and experienced
optician. His glasses seem, from
numerous recommondiilnns in his
possession, ti havsgivun gennral satis
faction, N. D. McEnery, G jvernor."
T. B. Turley and wife to W. H.
Moore, lot ll, north side of Georgia
street. 40x177 fret, for $025,
Julius Nelsjn and wife to Mrs. M. A.
Mattia, lot. 1(1, block 01, north tide of
Wa ker street, 4 xl77J fret, f r $500.
John B. llruner ami wife to Jo'iu B.
Sawyer, loll 23 and 21, K, P. Ktewatt's
subdivieioti, Lint-terilale streot and
Stowa't avrtinie, fori:!5(H).
W. II. Moore to A. lUtchelt, true
tro, t flK'iire T. It. Tuih'y in the sum
ol $200, lut 11, Allen ami Loonoy tub
diviHi'in. C. P. Damon to N. W. Spaers, jr., lot
;l, b'ock 41, ea-t side S:. Martin street,
OOxltllO fi'et, for j:(.ritK).
Ivhnuiid and Lucv Orgill to Mrs.
.ItiHephine Vienna, lots 0 and 7, Or
gill'a HiibdiviHinn of Magnolia, Four
teenth Civil District, fcr $1(K0.
Nnunie F. Castnt-r to V. L. Clspji,
truetse, to somvo John K. Speed in
the sum of $ liiO 0(iij, 2 acres in range
8, section 1, EluventhSurvoyor's D s
trht. Jehn S. Lewis and wifo t- W. L.
Clapp, tru'to. to sreure John K.
Speed in tho sum of OCj, 2 acies
adjoining laet above.
Jcstiph Burney to It. O, Warinner,
tru to, to seen c C, W. S :hu'iein the
sunt cf $1500, 00 acrts ia Fifteenth
E. M. Br nkley et a! to J. H. Smith,
titiKtco to sjftire the Plan erj' Insur
ance O. mpjny in the sum of $0i0
lot on a uiu eifo of Poplar street, near
Sic nd, 00x101 fett
P. A. Edmunds to Lady P. Mt Brido,
weBt 10 acre ol W. K. Harris's 00 aero
tra: t fnr i:UX)0.
A. McNeil and wifetoL. W. Humes,
truste, t'l Hfi'iire LalyP. McBiidain
the sum of $2-00, lota 0, 7 aud 8, Filx
gerald's Bubtivisiotr, Manais s street.
W. 11. Lot key and wife io 11. Cary,
trus'ee, to sectue Arthur D.inne ly in
thu sum of $778, west ibird of hit 7,
block 50, 423x10 feet, South Mem
ph s, Ponto'oi' h ieet.
Tiia pveting proritmme af'er sup
Pr. One of r-amc's n'a Ch;cksaw
(iuaids cijarr, r tiMkoje of Ko Kj
Tulu, th a i'ii 'o the Kiuif ndpinl
tho weiring wi V os pn Kit.
NiiUm-i-IIx' liir Atal."
lithe o'd r l.li ;. jk ini f ir'nvfr
il ih" H i t i. v,:.o en 1 po't.l wcrk chii
be i u dnt .oat pr-es :itt J rep irug
di uewi ho'it He y ,t N . S'8 Wan
oUket4 1 pi-r.-i'i: i . jibo 'y Hotel.
Closing prices of August options at
Chicago yesterday: Pork, $10 15;
lard, $0 00; clear rib sides, $6 25;
com, 30c; whent, 82,c; oats, 30gc.
Visitors on 'Changs yesterday: G
A.Park, Owem-boro, Ky , James M.
Thom s in, Mrs. Tbomtson, Mrs. Ber
t e Tliompsnn, city, H. B. McGehoe,
Woodville, Miss.; J. E Morri. Annis
t i), Ala.; Ibbie Bradley, German
(own ; S3. O. Bradley, Germantawn.
Eolrlfia for tbe 4'hlrnKO Raen,
Chicago, III , July 7. Tir follow
ing are the entries und weights for
fit 4 Rare Three tourtl s of a mile.
Vann (102). Griret'o (102), Margo
(102), Nellie B (102), Mary (107.)
Sevond Race. One mile and a hal',
Lizr.-e Dwyer (113), Buchanan (114 )
TVitrd Rarr.I he Englewood staki e,
one mils. Hatt'e Carlisle (113), Pure
Rye (118). Kalo-rlah (120), Es'rel;a
(113), Mamie Huiit (113), Ada D.
Fowth Rwe. Mile and a quarter.
Lehman (101), Emma JNlanley (95),
Virie Uearne (99), Punka (03), Jo
quita (100), Lls'and (83), Taxgathertr
(Ul). Albion (91), Brevet (88).
fifth 7i!ic. Three-qnait'.r mile
bests. Midnight (118), Gleaner (112),
Nora M. (110), Eva Button (108), War
Sign (115), Eloife (99), Seeks (118),
EAra Race. Three-quarter mi'e
hea's, same conditions. Wild Kansas
(112), Mr. Isaacs (01), Louise (112),
Governor Balo (91), Tommy Cruse
(XX)), Unique (91), Mary Williams
(110), Miss Goodrich (110).
llrlKhtou Unnrh Kaeea.
BrtidtiTON Bkacu, N. Y., July 7.
First Race. Three-quarters of a mile.
D zzy lliunette won by a length and a
half; Susie Forbss second, Lizzie
Walton third. Time 1:18.
Second Race Soiling race, seven
e'ghlhe of a mile. Lutestring won by
throe lengths; Marsh Rodon second,
Brunswicx third. Timo 1:30.
Third Race.-Seven-eighths of a
mile. Broughton won byalengthand
a half; Call) cart second, Lmmett
.FtmrtVi Race. Ttiree quarters of a
mile. AI Reed won by a lenuth and a
half; Uiily Ouk second, Bslleview
third. T.me 1:18J.
Fifth Race. One mile. Leonora
won by five lengths', Burgomas er sec
ond, Petersburg third. Time 1 :45.
Sixth Race. One mile. Gold Ban
won by half a leng'h; Belle second,
General Monroe thud. Time 1:41.
Seventh Race. Mi'e and an eighth,
handicap. Nettle won by a bead;
Frolic second, Ballot third. Time
Eighth Race Dwyer stakes, mile
and a half. Pnekskid wen by three
lengths: Ben Prvnr second, I, II. D
tb rd. Time 2:42.
FIIOM THE PEOPLE.
To tha Eilton of tho Appeal:
Hadden made a ten strike when ho
contracted with the old gas company
for onlv ten years. Before that time
Memphis will get natural gas from
Birmingham, or, perhaps, from Ar
kansas. A lata Pit'sburg letter in tbe
Philadelphia 7Vm says that" more
than 90 per cent, of the manufactur
ing establishments of Pittsburg now
UBe natural g'B instead of coal for
fuel," and preoicts that in a few years
New York, Boston, Philadelphia. Bil
timore, St. Louis snd Ih'cgo will rm
natural gas ss Pittsburg does, which
transports her gs from wells twenty
miles d stint. Why not 109 or 1000
miles in pipes? Tho great gas area
emhracesallof Western Pennsylvania.
E'stern and Southern Ohio, part of
West Virginiaand Northern Kentucky
and Southwestern New York. The
letter is very interesting, rambleh.
Our Wholesale and Retail Estab
lishment i close promptly
Saturdays at 1 p m.
AND ON THE
Remaining Days at 6 p.m.
11. LO WEXSTi:i A IUION.
Tosioiit. Tonight. Tonight. Bring
your w fe and children to see Norman
i n 1 the little Jap on the bind to
MolttlMllrerwnre nt f ulford'a
Atltlt'4' to AIothoiM.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Ssrup
shouhl always ho used when children
aro cutting Teeth. It relieves the little
8uflrtni at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving tho child
from pain, mid the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It is
verv pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, softens tho gums, allays all
fniin, relieves wind, regulates tho
towels, and is the best known remedy
for dinrrlm'S, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty
live cents a bottle.
Stontgomery White Sulphur Springs.
This famous resort, recently
equipped with all modern improve
ments, wim capacity ior ouu. now re
opened for tho reception pi guMs.
Close connection via E.T ,V.& G. R. R.
OrderMJMHllorl Mnde Medal."
Get a supply of Ko-Ko Tulu and
and one of SiinielHan's Coickaaw
(tuirdsclgarf. then come cut and see
Ye lowatone Kit's grand entertainment
ou the bluff tonight.
MoiioKrHm ItniiRlcn Mnllord
A DrugglMt'H Nlory.
Mr. lease O. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "1 have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's HalfS'a for
the Lungs. I can say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never heard a customer speak 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 happient effects. I
have used it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
O Aring tichangn of gauge we are now
nr pnr-d to contract for present or
f .t.ne di livery of Alabama splint coul
at reduced lates.
P. M. PATTERSON A CO.
Pea body Hatel.
0. B. OALIiOWAV k CO. .PiortiiToa.
Ratu 12 &0 and 13 per day, eoeorJici to
ia and location of room bpacial
ratal mad. "
J A Fault, NT J 8 Uurtoo, Mil.
N II Mark, Tex J It Iri-koni, Win
W II EdentoD, Tenn V W Edentoo, Teno
K J Swan. on, Teon T llartman, Ark
A L Lelouii, Mir. KGib.on, Tenn
4 C Cantrell. jr. Ky .1 A Vouville, Ky
J Morrow, Tonn W UriiiKel, Tenn
L l'enlertra.(j(f,ArkK E Morrn, Tenn
W V Webb. Ky
M Ktorn. Ohio
I Joiepb, la
0 Colion, N V
J R Mill., Ark
CC itoll, Tonn
W 8 Moore, Tona
W U Kwoopo, All
I Pntt"n aw, ienn
W Cullen, Mic.
A 8utbr:rl.'ind, Mo
8 H JamiHon, Alii
.1 Levi, Ky
T II 1'iirb.iin. Ark
If P Htrowberg, Ky
O W Cu tin. Mo
M Wiljon, Tenn
J A iJc-nie, 'i'enn
VT 8andcr, N C
J U N a), (ia
C Dryaol, (ia
A b.iyd-Kin, Ala
K Suauel., N
J Kmr Aw, N C
li J Cohon, N 1
VV 11 Wa.libum.Tenn W W Canlrell, Tonn.
W. II. BI NUH AM MANiona.
European plan. Knlaraed and refurniabed.
1'rioe. acoordina to aiie and loca
tion of room..
W C Honor, Tenn J Blumentbal, Mill
W Tboinaon, Min J A tllinnkamp, Ky
KJuarr, Ala A K Uaim, Ark
0 W Ireland, Tenn TKWatann, Mill
W K llarnnck, Teun M Pirkleheiuier, Ky
J W Jordan, Mill K J Koitli, Ark
P Humell, Ark (j U Lynch, La
R Kichardi, Ark J H McCrarty, Tonn
J Norman, Ark (1 W I'unon. Mini
A Karr, Tenn J 11 Le.lie, Tenn
LB Jordan, Mo W C Irickoy, Tenn
A 8 Oldham, Tenn A It Ynunic, Tenn
H Youns, Tenn II M Turnaice, Tenn
E II Handle, Tenn Mis Kundlo, Tenn
A M lhomp.o-i, TonnJ K Cordwell, Tenn
WvVil.on.Tena 8A Warner w A ie, Ark
J Forga. Ark E K Woodward jr, Ky
W L C Potter, Mitti J W Folk., Tenn
The New IJayuao.
FARRINQTON, STEWART k WHITE,
Ratoi, 2 90 to 14 por day, aocording to loca
tion of rooini.
II I. Williami, Mill J L Butler, Mis'
M 8 Haundan, Ark F U Caupboll, Ark
1' M llardinsr, Min Mr A Ne. ky
Mn K Sued, Tonn J W Clapp, jr, Tenn
K L Klowlme, NY ML Mandlehaum,N Y
A 11 Kno.man, III J M Uarber, 11
M T Alexander, Va i buyers, N O
I) Knid, Ky Mrs O Uniiuhcrtv.Mi
J C 1'ritcbott, Misi H II llerndon, Va
C L Sylventor, Mo 11 U Footo, Mo
C 1! Halov, Mo T" (jo idman, Mo
L II Hpancer, Ala T J Burton, Ala
K V ll'itlor, Ala h E l'erkina, M isi
K L MoAlliner, Mill ' A Martin, Miss
OUaora-e, ill L U Peatb, Mits
llrlirr. Mill lien Kranck. Ky
Mr. N Kbledeo.Mi.l Mix. 11 Leltwitch,Mii9
N K Siedao, Mil W O Pnvid. Ark
W 11 Coloman, Tenn A T Nathan, Kn
E A Dixon, Mo W C! Mu luan, Ky
J V, ArmHtrona.jr.Ind D W Mullor, MiM
T II Bennet, Ars R li 'I imberl.ke. Ark
L E Pinion, Ark OB ration, Ark.
Dnlly'a Knropenn Ilotl,
Corner of Adami and Main itreeti. Hoomi,
6oo, 75o and fl per day : Ameriean Plaa,
$2 par day.
Firit-olui Reitaurant in tha Hotel.
J. Id. DUFFY (1U yeara withPaabody UoUl)
R E L Uarrli, T.nn W R MeDoucal, Tenn
L llrrn., Tenn W E Iiolliday, Mo
B B rite wart, Tenn C Iloael, Tenn
It ti Kdtnundi. Tenn J W fiaird. Tenn
I! AHimonton, T.nn Mri Redmond, Tenn
Mri Williami, Tenn
J M Qarmany, Ky
J Couch, Pa
() Noble. Mo
u si L,enn, ul
J H Uonneli, Ohio
g h Turner, Ky
.TV M Noble. Mo
E B Knight, Ark
BU Tate, Tens
J Hall, ienn,
A lie Koie. Kv
BJSurli. Ky J T Williami, Tenn
T M Ilondurant.TeSn T Murphy, Tenn
A A Martin, Tena -l MoCoruiick A d.Tenn
8 D Henry, Tenn W 11 Williami, Mm
T L Noon, Ohio Km l'eterson, Xeun
J 0 Blount, Ind ' B C Alexander, Tenn
W L i'errymnn, Ark C M f-'outhwick. Ark
II .1 Wildinan, Ark t K H Haley, Ark
O W Wolls, Tenn O N tohhini, Mo
Db. C. D. SvtiTn, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe Street.
P. M. Stanuy, funeral director and
embaluier, 55 Madison street.
Send a postal to tbe Memphis Collar
and Cuff Laundry, 51 MjjSn street, to
call for your laundry.
Fully 15,000 people collected on the
blutl last night to see Yellowstone
Kit's grand entertainment.
Clear Wateii hot and c6!d baths,
25c, at the Turkish Bathhouse, No.
222 Second streot, near Adams.
Seb the gratifying announcement,
elsewhere, of tbe old, tried and suc
cessful Worklngmen'a Building and
Loan Association. j
Th Herbal Chill Core, tho best
tonio and antl-perlodio known. A oertaln
and lure our for chilli. Price (1 per bot
tle. Bend itampl for oiroulari. Any ref
erenre alien. Addre.l John 0. Ranker,
Lynohberg Vs. . v
Ahooi ;ura BiTTBiis are indorsed by
all tho leading physicians ind cheat
lets for their purity and wbolesime
nots. Beware of counterfeits, and ask
your grocer and druggist for tho genu
ine article, prepared by Dr. J. G. B.
Siegert A Son. -
Mulford, Jeweler, 294 Main, so
licits orders from the country.
Hotel de Cor.ellus,
Situated at Tullahoma, Tenn., sixty
nine miles from Nashville on a bench
of the Cumberland mountains, .posses
ses superior advantages as a summer
resort for persons in search of ltea'th
and recreation. Tbo hotel Is finely
located immed ately on aline with the
Neshville and Chattanooga railroad,
with quite a number of nicely -finished
and furnished cottages, with beautiful
shade trees ind walks, in every direc
tion. The water sphyulid, and the
fare the bast the obantty can afford.
Its convenience isinperior to any re
tort in the State. The c'itnate is mild
and invigorating. Boarders in direct
and clos'j communication with their
families aid friends, with its tele
gr'ph expten8 and telephone cili
ces and tacilitirs. Patrons exempt
from hack hire and trunk handling.
For further pait'culars would refer
vou to Mr. T. B. Turley, Col. Eli
kayner and Col. Sam Tate, of Mem
phis, Tenn., and others acquainted.
KaiUda-aaft Lagomai-slno to do
Isaacs A Co.'s antiquari.iri.b3ok
store and circulating library has re
moved from No, 318 Second to No. 419
Fine Watch repairing at ..nlford's.
ftfra. Hut. tubers;.
Awnings, tents, ct, matt reeses and
tarpaulins mads at 231 Second street.
New Obxans, July 7. Night Ar
rived: City of Nati.hez. St. Louis. De
parted : Golden Rule, Cincinnati.
Vicksbdro, July 7. Night De
parted: S. L. Wood and tow, New Or
leans. Arrived: City of Providence,
St. Louis. !
Cincinnati, O.J July 7. Night
River 10 feet on tbe gauge and station
ary. Weather clear end sultry.. De
parted : Ohio, Moinphis.
IximsviLLE, July 7. Night River
falling, with 8 feet in the canal wid 5
feet 10 inchta on tbe fallc Wsulher
clear and pleasant. Bumnefls dull.
Cairo, July 7. Night River 24 feet
0 inches on the gauge and ial ing.
Weatber clear and hot. Arrived:
James W. Gall, Memphis, rjooa De
parted: James W. Gaff, Cincimaii, 1
St. Louis, July 7. Night IT.ver
fallen 5 indies, and stands 13 foM 2
inches on the ganite. Weather dear
and very warm. No arrivals of Mgn
lar packets. Departed: City of St.
Louis, Now Orleans.
J ABIES C. BEIX, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.,
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
t& SPECIAL PMCES k Railroad
Ho Played Basoball
His Home Run Hit Captured
the Heart of an Heiress.
Ie wai a cloie and exciting Rime. Eight
inning! had been playal, and the loore itood
a tit. Memphil had retired it. opponent In
the ninth inning without icoring. Memphil
was at tbe bat. Two men were oat. Two
trikei had been called upon the man at the
bat. The next ball pitched oame straight
toward him. Then it took a sudden cure.
Ueiwunghia bat. Would he mini it? The
excitement was painful. There wai a quick,
short itroke. Ah I he baa bit the ball. Away
high In the air it sails. See, the center
fielder ii ihasing it. Tbe ipeotatori bold
their broath. Suddenly there is one tumul
tuoui thout. The ball has gone far over the
boad of Ihe Seldor, who is chasing it.
Around the banes speed! the batter. lie
touches the home plate and the viotory Is
won. Bouqneti are ihowored npon him.
He looki up ju-t in time to toe a lovely girl
take a bunch of rosea and throw them at hi)
feet. Ai be graoefully pick! them up their
eyes meet. A humble bate ball player haa
captured a rich hoiresi.
" Oo," ih lays to him two weeki later,
"go to the Misfit Clothing Parlora, 262 Sec
ond atreet, and order your wedding luU."
She waa rich in common ienn ai well as
If you want the belt of olo tiling for the
least money, come to the Mil fit Clothing
Parlors, 262 Second itreet, opposite Court
Extra Attractions tor Summer
Great Redactions la Malta,
Urrat atettaetlona la Pama.
The belt clothing in the world for really
leu than othemsk for poor ready-made gar
menu. Thia It why It payi to bay at the
Misllt Clothing Parlors,
262 Second Street,
Opposite) Court Sqnnre. Memphis
wn-Frr 30 dayi the entire itock of Fine
Custom Clothing will be sold at a tremendoui
a All alterations to Insure a perfeot fit,
oone tree or enwrge.
Stiike tbe Iron While It's Hot.
In order to move oar immense stock we
juav iuv luuuwiug uuerj
flood Straw Hats at .25o. 35o. 50a and 7Sa
Extra Fine Straw Hats at... .41, $1 26, 1 60, tt
Small Straw Bonnets, all oolora- ftla
Extra Wide Brim Hats, for country.........26e
Beautiful Rosei, all eolors, per doien tOe
Violeti, per doien 5c
Buttercup!, per doien .10c
Carnation nuks. per doien ...........loe
Elegant Banoho of Flower! 2To
Extra Fine Bunohei of Floweri 60o
Imported French iTpwen from ....tltotS
Ukirich Tlpe taiakanrh) for .SSe
Jfruiti, ijeavei, citems, all kindi of ma
terial to make Artificial Floweri.
Bridal and Mourning Outfits
The Finest Assortment of DOLLS ia the city.
Bata Reahapcil, Fealhara Cleaned,
Irjvd and fjnrled.
GOLDEN HAIR WASH by the small or
We Xake a Specialty of Millinery,
Era'ployini the belt hands in the cltT. elve
our whole attention to it, and we defy oom-
petuion in mat line.
Building & Loan Association
IhI Nerlra main red in ItiO monlhs.
ild aerlen luuiured In lie uioiilha.
Profit In 1 Hrrtra, (471 prr ahare.
1 re lit In al orrl.e.S! per ahnrr.
Tbe.e two Nerlea paldufl'ln lull.
Slew Sorlea opened. Money lo I.onn.
For fnrthrr Information, call an
SvM-etnry, 2H Main alrrrl.
N. W. NPEKHN, Jr , Proildent.
T. II. KITE, Neerelnry.
i-nilftrlT 'iuriitnt stiid lef-lly (iiiahtlKl pay MM P- 'i
pwituootfsifttl, til praWUoe will prove?
tSporuiiturrnea uO tmpotm: .
tDthcmniU of wlf-ibaat & ftmui fiuft anf?ar It tot
jam: vrra or otbwr caiir- and prmmriiig MUir".' "N
owiur (.llax'ta. KcritiuaQou htPitnal Kuilwiooa, ui.;ia.v
aimin V'j rtreiitntl. IMmneaa of iilglit. Drrat'tlrfl Urn . , riiy
. felDry-fcy, Pinit'lMot, r'ao v?r-ira tnHoeinr -I'snia-tH
.'fnrtatva t ' B'jal Power, c . fmii"
eoirriacf improii r or inihappt rt Uiorounhly du Tiat
L-ntli mimt gYPHII-IS 9,t,,'J ,1urr4 KlM
'iZ'Sm i.atr-m, Gonorrht
GLEET, Htrfctur. UvUUli nm.ia, itY tuvw-v.
Tt and otbT rerfTUt ill qah klj eurod
ttatr vi.lTit that hy aldan who rvi Br-ilsOe
wrtn rlaa of 4laMci, euid tnmling ihouiwiid anmi'
illj, aautrtM CTTat aklll PhTihiani kno wln-iihla laMolVt
unirofiK' fxwworia to my r- Wher ll Ll tDOoowot"! tt
titli tlifatj lo- trwttmrrjt. metlvHiiM ei aemt prtf aviij
avu PBiMaj uy wr. ii wr wxprwna auty wnarvx
a Ti 1 1 ts v fin It ts w .
vii-.ultiWiiiii iwtial. ot b -wiejr rrt ivJ 1tiuH
fcarga wn mkI crrpoL(loi tiiirVj mB&UW
a.'f WO prgM mtt tny mvrVr Minri amM, for ttvart,
cant a. Stiouul b Mad bjr vL iddrv n twv
,ftoei t)tmr frejatn A. f V t4ni.iaiwij.fta r
TJX 8000 FBBT.
-IliRKR PARK'AKD OAKLAND On
the crest of fhe Alleithnniei, within tbe
famous Ulade toctlon, dirertly on tbe line ol
theB.and U. NoStJijroRi.'e.or'Bui Trans
tem. All Limited Kxurtei Trains btop.
With the new and uhparnl eled fast fohed
nle on the Baltimore' and Ohio Kailroad,
these lovely twin rosorta are beyond all com-
Iiarison the most advautasreously located.
ioi h as to train rervice and inrmundinas. ol
anv east of the Kockies.
Srn.iiu ilpcni Jana s:td. No Files.
No Mosoiiltoea. Nn Hay Fever. No Malaria.
Deer l'ark and Oakland, the one being but
six miles distant trom trie othei with the
most charming drives ennnoctiug them will
be under tbe mananemunt of Mr. W. J.
WALKKR, who, in h three seasons' man
aeeniont.hn. made many enthusiastic friend!
ol tbe glorious resort.. l communication!
hould bo addressed to W. J. Walker, Queen
City lintel, Cumberland, Md., np to June
lMh. Alter that date, either Deer Park or
RATES Sot), 175 and lis) per month, ac
cording to locations.
The B. and . Company hai spared no ex
pense in rendering Uetr Park and Onkland
the Lading Mountain Kosorts ol tne r.ast,
and for the season ot lKMho attraction! wil
be of a character not hitherto equaled, and
the oulsine ot both houtes unexcelled.
First-claM Laundry. Fine Livery. Ele
gant new Bathing Pools.
ihe nneit place tor Uhudren in tbe una.
ant levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness. g
James M. Good bar Win. L. Clark Eugene J. sjarrlnatou Frank CI. Jonea
3Baata'Iolla9 lx.ee! loeo,
OOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to "HBrHAHTS OMIT the'largest and best stock of Boots and Shoes wa
have ever brought to this market, and which cannot be surpassed in quality and
styles by any house in this or any other city. In addition to a oomplete line of Eastern
made goods, including the 1'El.l.BuaTKO UstOUBAK fc SJO. BHwtl ANN, wehandae)
a large and select stock of Custom-made floods for Men, Women, Missel and Children. We
carry a number of tho best makes in the country, in everv variety and style, and among
tbemlthe well known Men'i Calf Boots and Shoes manufactured by Geo. Hooker for our
Spring Trade. e also oarry a choioe line of Ladies' and Misses' Cuetem Kid, float and
Calf floods, manutactured by Krippendorf, Dittman A Co. We invite the trade to examine
our stock before buying elaewhere, and we guarantee everything we sell to give satisfaction.
Z. N. EST liS.
Z. M. ESTES & OO.
(SUCCESSORS TO ESTES, DOAM CO.)
WUlesale Grocers and CottOE Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
rjPHB recent Republican Convention hastn-
jl aorsed me as a candidate lor emeriti with,
out anv rjledael or commitment on mv nart.
While I appreciate tbe uniolhited compli
ment paia me as a punno ouicer, l nereny
announce myself a candidate for Sheriff,
subject to the action of the Demooratio Con
vention, ana will support its nommees.
W. D. CANNON.
Far Judsre of tha Criminal Conrt.
MESSRS. liapoleon Bill, Henry J. Lynn,
John W. Dillard. H. M. Neelv. W. 1.
Bethe . R. O. Craig k Co.. fl. V. Rambaut,
A. L. Lowenstein, J. S. Menken and others
In response to your call upon me to be
come a candidate for tbe office of Criminal
Court Judge ot Sblby oonnty, with sincere
thanks lor your kindness and courtesy, I
hereby announce myielf as a candidate for
the position, lubject to the action of the
Clerk of tbe Criminal Conrt.
WE are authorised to announce R. S.
CAPERS (for twenty-one yean Dep
uty) as a candidate for Clerk of the Criminal
Court of Shelby eounty, subject to the Dem
WE are authorised to announce D ABNEY
W. COLLIEK as a candidate lor Clerk
of the Criminal Court ot Sbeiby eounty,
subject to the Demooratio Convention.
County a oorl Clerk.
THE ApriAi. is authorized to announce P.
M. WINTERS as a otndidate for Coun
ty Court Clers, subjeot to the action of the
WE are authorised to announce that
RICHARD A. ODLUM is a candidate
for County Court Clerk, subjeot to the aotion
of the Demooratio Convention.
WB are authorised to announce P. J.
QUIflLhY as a candidate for Clerk of
the County Court, subject to the aotion ol
the Shelby County Demncratio Convention.
Jndsje) of the s-robate Court.
TO My Fellow-Citizens of Shelby County
Fearing that my circular announcing
my eandidaoy for Probate Judge may have
failed to reaoh many of you. I take this
method also of snnouncing myself a candi
date for that office, subject to the aotion of
the approaching Demooratio County Con
vention, and respectfully ask your kind sup
port in my behalf. I have the honor to be
your obeuient servant, I. B. MIC0U.
TTTK are authorised to announce J. P.
TV TOUNU asaoandidate for the office
of Judge of the Probate court, subjeot to the
action of the County Democratic Convention.
WE are authorised to announce JOHN
M. BRADLEY as a candidate for
Trustee ot Shelby eounty at the ensuing
August election, subiect to the aotion of the
WE are anthorited to annonnce AN
DREW J. HARRIS as a candidate for
re-election to the office of County Trustee,
subjeot to the aotion of the Demooratio Con
vention. THE Appeal ts authorised to announce Mr.
N. F. LKMASTER as a candidate for
the office of Trustee of Shelby county, sue
leot to the aotion of the Demooratio Conven
tion. For Attoruvy-tieneral.
WE are authorised to announce QEORflE
B. PETKKS, Jr., as aoandidate for
the oftico of Attorney-flencral, subieot to the
aotion of the Demooratio Convention.
THE Appeal ts authorised to annonnce S.
D. W KAKLEY ai a candidate for Attor-ney-fleneral,
subjeot to the Demooratio Con
vention. For Ht-a-mtpr.
TO the Voters of Shelby County snd My
Friends I hereby nnnounoe myself lor
the second time a candidate for the office of
County Register, subject to the Demooratio
Convention. 1 am poor and need the office.
Feeling that my pat lerviceasa servant of
the people has givon satisfaction, and that I
.an come before the people and ask tbeir
suffrages and support for County Register, I
am, respectfully, JOHN A. P0WKL.
1TTH are authorised to announce N. F.
VV (BUNK) UARHISON as a candidate
for Register, subject to the action of the
Demooratio County Convention.
THE Appeal Is author'sod to announce
JOHN F. MoCALLUM as a candidate
for Rogister, sui ject to the aotion ot the
THE undersigned announces that he is a
candidate for Register, and asks the
support ot the voters of Shelby oounty. If
elected, will endeavor to give satisfnctiorl in
the discharge of the dutioa of the offioe, and
'faces bis oiaims sunieci to me acnun 01 toe
lonnty Demooratio Conveutioiv
TI10S. B. OKEJOBAW.
Memphis. March a), 188.
A norl.1T . 2 . 4 M Tm.m la a
. candidate for R KQlsTKR, subject to the
aotion of the Demooawtio Convention.
WE are anthemed to announce K. A.
KdMONdSON as a candidate for
Cour.ty Register, subjeot to the aetion of tbe
THE Appeal Is authorised to announce
JOHN W. GOULD as a candidate for
the office ol Register, subjeot to tbe aotion ol
the Demooratio Convention.
Jnrtsre of the Circuit Court.
WM. S. FLIPPIN Is a candidate for Cir
cuit Judge of Shelby County, subject
to the action of a Demooratio Convention.
XV m m .iithnrl.nri In annonnce L. H. ES
TES, JR., as a candidate for Judge of the
Circuit l.ou-1, Buojeot to toe aouon oi me
JAMKS L. ftUOPLOK will be a candidate,
before the Democratic Convention, for
nomination to tne oraoe or juuge ti mo cir
cuit Court; and. if defeated, will support
the successful nominee.
Wa are an thoriied to a-.ronnce that JOHN
JOHNSTON is a candidate forjudge of the
Circuit Court of Shelby County, subject to
action of the Pemoor'c Convention.
nr l lrrn I Conrt Clerk.
WE are authorised to annonnce Mr.
OKORU E J. CAMPBELL as a candi
date for Circuit uourt clem, euoject to tne
cation of the Deraooratie Convention.
WK are authnrs"d to announce the csn
.liri.cv of DAN r.CHLOSS lor the orTw-e
of Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the action
of the Democrats Couvection.
Fe MEYER, Kec'j and reaa.
VT. B. D0AN.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importers and dealers In done, Anna,
nltlon and riablnsj Taekle, Bnlldera
Hardware, kleelrle Bella and An
nunelatorafor Hotels and Residenoei.MoJ
Main atreet, Mempnla, Tenn. Eleotrle
supplies always on hand. Repair! rut neatly
SHEA A McCAUTIIY.Propr'8,
110, 142, 141 Front, Memphis.
ONE OF TUB LAR9B8T BOILER SHOPS
in the Sooth, and tha only oomplete
Boiler and floeet-Iroti Works in the city.
Mannfaolarera of heavy plate Irony
work or every deevrlptlon. SpeelaJ
attention riven o p'sHa-ion work.
Importer and Dealer la
6nm, Flaklnsr Taekle and Rportau
sneu'anuppllea. asr Special attention
given to MANUFACTURING! and RE
413 1hIii NtM Memphis, Tenia
IMPORTER AND DEALER IB
ttnns, Ammnnitlon, Flsbing Tackle
and liase-ilall (Mod a.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
034 Main Street, rlemphla, Tenm
Manufaoturing and Repairing of Anns a
Deviled Craba, fthrlmp.
Salmon, Freali Can Mackerel,
Brook Trout, Ojatera,
Mackerel In Tomato Catann,
Sweet Stuffed I'lcklea,
Sour Pick lea bj- thecal, and Injara,
Pickled Onion, Hot Bellah,
Wooater Sanre, loiuato Catanp,
Caper, Maatnrd, Corrjr Powder,
Naiad Breaking-, Ollvea, Olive OH,
Cream Cheeae, Celery Saner,
Celery Sail, Klc , Kle.
J. F. BUCKHAM tfc CO,
J. F. U0LST & BK0.
(BUCCES.SOB8 TO O. H. H0L8T A BBO.
330 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS.
A FULL and oomplete stock of Wood and
Metaliio Oases and Caskets, Cloth-Covered
Caskets and Burial Robes always en
hand. aar'.Orders by telesTaoh promptly
ON the 1st day of May, 1886, the firm of
UhEKR k ADAMS, Attorneys, was dis
solved by mutual consent.
J. M. GREER.
I. r. ADAMS. LlDBXKCn Linn.
A.3QufVTVI3 rib Xaa.3TaXT3.
Attorneys at Law,
No. 10 Madison M., Mempbl., Tenn.
Practice in the SUte and Federal Courts of
Tennessee. Arkansas and Mis-issiptii.
iniiiKTi:n watch ii. ffpertev
Cr.NS' MIWI-K4I. VV'ATKK. FROM
BIRRKS1SORN. UNEXCELLED ma
FAMILY USE RKCCMMEXL
ED BY THK
Illtheal Medical AalhorlUea.
Sole Agents fnr Mempni.
JAUlBa st- UAKHlfT.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Matioiiers,
2 IS Slain M., cmphKTeni
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
1XBE PAI.Sr, CANVAS Etf..