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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY. ' JULY 20, 1886.
BlfLEOlD USE VJ.IL
loaliTlHff w OrlMM aa" Thm R'j
HINNIKhlFPI TALLKr ROUTE,
ud altar Miy a. 18(16, pawner tralni on
tM m. f will ran ai lollowi:
iAbT toA.lL: IBoaih. I.Hortb.,
i :uu e.m
A WKhell 1Ib. entering Memnhla.
8 With Id. A W. R. ft. lor ilelena,
0 I or GreanTille and Huntington, and all
I Witb V. A M. end V., 8. A P. Railroad!.
1- Wiih N.i J. A C. R. . lor Batohei and
V for Pointa n th. Branch.
6 with atoamera lor Baron Sara,
fi With railroad! dinning lor Florida,
Iiru ana voaaTinomte.
JAB. M. BDWAKD8, V. P.endQ
A. j.JtMAyp. a. v. a.
tsatsstppl and TruMm.- Train I
dot. a. follow t New Orleana nail arrival
daily at 8:25a.m. i leavea daily at 5:00 p.m.
wrllaiaail Mlaalaalnril Val
OJ. Train! mora at lollowat Feat sin
leave! at 111:00 a.in.i bt. Lonli faat Una
learee at t :S0 p.m. t Fait lin arrival at 1 :8U
p.m. t St. Lean fait Ud arrival at 8 :06 a. m.
Loots Title and Nashville Train!
Piov. a follow! i FeU mail arrival daily at
:1ft a.m.: laaval at 10:10 p.m. i mail loam
(ally at 18:10 a.m.i arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brewaiville aooommodatiom leavei daily'
aiaapt Sunday, at 6:O0 p.m.: arrival daily,
aeeptSunday, at 8:60 a.m. (itandard time),
afeaaaihla and I.I It la Roe. -Train!
S0Ta fullowi (santral itandnrd tima):
a. 1 laavaa daily at 4:20' p,m,i arrival at
itp.n, Ho. 9 leavei at B:W a.m. i arrival
at :fio a.m. No. 5 (freight) leavei liopefleld
dally (exeept Sanday) at 6:00. a.m.i arrival
aaair Monte (Kansas tily, Nnrloa:
eld and Memphis) Tralni laave.M. and
T. depot aa foilowir No. 4, Kaniai City ei
preas, laavaa at 10:45 a.m.: No. 3, Kaniai
City exprene, arrival at 3:30 p.m. No. 2,
Eaniae City mail, leave. at6:0" p.m. t No. II,
Kaniai City mail, arrival at 1:4a a.m. No.
1, Bt. Loaii and Chicaeo eiprem, laaval at
6t08 p.m. I Ne. 1, Bt. Loull and Chicecoex-
Ki, arrivea at 8:45 a.m. la effeot Sunday,
rU 18, 18X6.
Memphis aad Charleston Train I
move aa followai Through axpreii leavei
daily at 10:40 p.m. Mall and exnreal laaval
daily at 10:00 am. Bomerville accommoda
tion laaval daily, exoept Sunday, at 5:30
p.m. Through eiprem arrive! daily at 6:25
a.m. Mail and expren arrival dally at 1C :W)
p.m. Somervirle accommodation arrival
daily, axaapt Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
Hrnphli, nirnrtaabam and Allan),
tie Holly Spring! Route Traini mov ai
lellown No. 1 leave! Memphli daily at 8:46
t arrival at Holly spring! at ;M p.m.)
o. I laaval I loll v Hnrlnn da v at 8:00
J.m., arrival at Memphii at 11 :15 a.m. t No.
laaval ntemphti dally at 7:15 p.m., arrival
at Holly Spring! at 11 it's p.m.) No. 8 leavei
Holly Bpringi dally at 2:15 a.m., arrival at
empb.il at 8:46 a.m.
WAaaiaoTOH, Joly 20, 1866, 1 a.m.
InditaUont: For Tennessee, fair
weather, followed by local rains;
For Arkansas, local rains, followed
byfair weatlur; stationary tnmaera
For Alabama, Miirittippi, Louiiiana
and TVvai; Land raini, followed by air
Heather; tiationary temperature; variable
Hindu, gmira'ly mutlierly.
For Jt knnmu: ImcoI rulm, followed
by fair Vi other; variable wind; ttatiotutry
Far jnttenfee: Fair weather, fo'lou e l
by looal rain; ilightly cooler; variable
Mivrnia. T.rnr . Jul 10. 1RM.
lkr. Ther. WnuTWUiBr
29.8471.0 N.E. Fair.
J9 810 80.0 8.K. Clear.
l!fl.80-' 1)0.0 N.W. Oler.
S0.7fl 85 0 :W. Clear.
111.704 81 0 N.W. Clear.
Maximum temperature, 01.
Minlmmn tuuiperature, (19,
Otine, 11 a m , 2,
ia tha Ooltoa Raaloa,
BlOMAL BtlTICt, U. 8. Arht,
July 19, 1888-5 p.m.
Division of taioRrams and reports for
the benefit of commerce and tRricnl
two. Cotton region bulletin for the
twenty-lour hoars ending Jul llHb, at
Oxford . ... ... ...
o B B
The Zouaves drill at the Exhlbi
Hon braiding this evening.
The water question will come np
V -1 . 1 i . ...
ueiura iuu ixieiauve vooncil 1 nurs
lay. It will rrquire f 20,000 to build the
needed addition, to the Christian
Brothers' Coll go.
The Ilppnblicsn leaders were in
session all day yesterday, bat toeir
uen uerawons were secret.
llaynes denies the rumor that he
bag consented to take 1500 to retire
lrom the Republican ticket.
The nominations made by the
convention weie tnesuojectoi general
ana is voraDie comment, yesterday.
The Democratic Execative Com
mittee met yesterday to map on' A
plan for the campaign. All of the
candidates were prevent.
There will be a xjnaye drill ti ths
Exposition hnilding at 8 o' kck this
CTHning. Young m n desirous of
ioinins are lnviu-d to attend.
Llcenets to marry were issued yes
terday to Win. Wright and Silvia Har
ris, J. F. Poole and Luis Hhore, John
Wortham and Utr.ia noare, leon
6tanley and Annie Moore.
Wm. Hicks Hilton, Richard Dsvis,
8. Tice, Farer and Wm, Pmith,
were arreet'd by tbs police last night,
in Scotland, while playing a game of
llarpert Ma gazine for A ugost: "The
Long Uun," by Miss Cleveland, and
that nice little book that every young
lady should resd. entitled "Don't
Marry." Mansion! has them for sale.
A negro woman named Callie
Brown was arretted yesterday for
stealing (200 from a white man. Later
her father, Aeron Brown was jogged
for receiving stJti property, and $179
The Toboggun wa honored last
evening by a big crowd ol society peo
ple and among the j lyous gathering
was a bridal party, who took their
honeymoon trip on the cow popular
A rather ear national cn9 was tried
in the Police Court yesterday. Heater
Lowry, colored, was put on trial
charged with having caused a little
negro girl to have her feet frozen off
during the Mid weather of last winter.
The child was sent out to hunt wood,
and failing to liod any wa afraid to
return. Hie remained out in the cold
all night. The Judge decided Ihst the
prisoner bad not forced thechild to re
main in the cold and discharged her.
The United Brothers of Friend
ship and Sinters of Mysterious Ten
nut in the Cbickaraw Guards' Armory
yesterday for the purpose of balding
their Fifth Biennial National Grand
Lodge. The following aretbo officers:
W. II. Lawson, N. G. M., Loniville,
Ky.; C. H. Tandy. D. K. G. M , 8t.
Ixiu s, Mo. j F. (3. Long, N. G. 8.,
Waco, Tex. ; J. T. Turner, A. N. (i. 8 ,
Memphif, Tenn. ; Wm. Pos'er, N. G
T., Memphis, Tenn. A number of
delegates bave already reported, and a
great many are expected today and to
night. N. Lnbeck, an employe of Cole's
flouring mill, met with a terrible acci
dent yecterday morning. While em
ployed about the machinery his sleeve
canght in a swiftly moving band, and
in a second he was thrown violently
against a wheel. His clothing was
torn completely from his body and
with it a great piece of flesh from bis
loft arm ; and the skia was completely
peeled from between his legs, the
pa U being seevrely injured. His
wcnmls were attended to by Dr.
Oruves and the sufferer was sent to
Chairman Slaughter, of the Coun
ty Conit, and trustee for the Bolton
estate, Iim jiiht completed the pay
ment of a jndgment for $20,149 48 ob
tainod by Mrs. L. l'ee (formerly Mrs.
Jkl'on) agnli'st the Jiolion csiato in
the Supreme Court of Tennessee in
18C5. Mr. Slaughter si?s he is now
ready to mcft tho payments in the
erection of the long wiilied for Bolton
College, and is anxious to tee the in
stltuttrn stii'tcd at ones. lie has
done more lu I ring this matter to a
final tormina. Ion in the short time he
hs had the control of it than every
otlr njaa tver connected with it.
r. J. Quigley, the nest Clerk of
the County Court, a native ol Ireland,
came to Memphis in lHOO, where he
went to work at his trade as a toddler.
Mine years later he was elected a Jus
tice of the Peace, and in 1878 was
made City Kooordor. He was a mo lo
ot the Poor Law Com m lesion when
the reform was brought about, and
has always boen tha determined en
emy of johbery. As an illustration of
his fortitude and high sense of duty,
it may be stated that in the perilous
time of 1878 he opened and held the
Kocorder's Couit every day in the
week, Sundays excepted, from the
beginning to the end of that trying
period. Bach a man, with such a
record, nominated by one ol the finest
conventions that ever asie mbled in
Shelby county, surely adds strength
to the ticket, and will be elected with
tee reet by an overwhelming ma
President Iladden said yesterday
that there was not the slightest dan
cer that any contract for water wonld
bs made without full consideration in
which the public should share. He
said the Council would not stultify
Itself by acting, until the committee
of ten made a report. They were en
gaged in making a full investigation
of the matter and there wonld be no
haste. Everything would be done
deliberately. It would require two or
three years to get a supply. Legis
lation would be necessary. In tbs
meantime the present company wai
bound to furnish an abundant supply
of wholesome water. If their ma
chinery was not ample it was not the
fault of the city, but ol the company.
When the city got ready t distribute
its sunply through pipes, it would
offer the old company what it would
cost to build new, allowing for wear
and tear, and if they did not rare to
sell for that, the city could goon with
its own dis.ributlng pipes.
Peabody Hotel Stand,
Mayose Hotel Stand,
I'lier Palace. 810 Main Street.
Headquaiters for Horace K. Kelley A
Cos fine Key West cigars. The trade
supplied at Mew York prices. Cigars
by the box a specially.
I. BAMKLS0N a CO.,
Colli kr Estes is sojourning at
Edwasd Lstan, editor of the Pa-
ducah Standard, was in the city yes
terday. Wm. Ri'sir leaves this morning for
Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas on m
Miress Ida and Nannie Foraythe,
dsnghters of T. D. Forsythe, left Sat
urday forluka Springs to spend the
summer with relatives.
Mas. J. B. Kibkwood and her ac
complished daughter. Joele, of Little
R'Ki, are guests at the reel ence of
Mrs. Mnnt U, on weahlngion siroei.
Mi s Lavkhni Mrrravii. an a-com
plifhed elocutionist, has located in
Memphis, and will doubtlef s soon find
coreenlal emolovment in teaching
thnse who are drsirous of perfectirg
themselves in that art. A Uiasgow
paper says: Mies Mitcbum is an
elorut onisl of very fine powers, and
is als ) poes'sssd of cootidernble his
trionic talent. She has read and re
cited lefore Glasgow audiences st'V
eral times, and won for herself a very
enviable reputation in her prof'eslon.
Her clasi in elocution gives evidence
oi ner protlciency as a txacoer.
. RaiiMia-e LafreaaarslDa t ale
year a I nT.
Is the old reliable trnk manufacturer
of the 8 iiith, vhuie a 1 good work ran
befcundat low priio;, and repair ng
done without delay at No. 313 Main
street, opposite rVabody Hotel,
OrdorM9Iallord Made JHcdala."
CABD TO OLE PATB05S.
MESKES AND COMPANY.
We ask the indulgence of our pat
rons who bave not yet received
jackages purchased on Saturday
and Monday. The unparalleled,
rash daring these two days exceed
ed our capacity for delivery. To
day, however, we shall catch up,
having employed several additional
Tba Ureal Mala or
Ladle' 9InNlln Underwear
Will be continued today.
ALL FRESH, NEW GOODS.
At 17c, good plain Chemises.
At 38c, extra good gowns.
At 28c, tacked Muslin Skirts.
At 67c, splendid lace Corset Covers.
All the other bargains of Saturday
and Monday. The great feature of
today will be a special sale of
Fine Lace Underwear,
Which were in bridal trourseau
sets, snd are now offered in sepa
rate garments at a grtat sacrifice.
$12 Night Drospes at $5.
$5 Chemises and Gowns at $2 90.
$2 50 hand emb'd Chemises at $1.
This is a regular feast for ladies of
taste who appreciate elegant goods.
Today we offer 100 dcren figured
PERCALE SHIRT WAISTS,
Unlanndriod equal In quality to
the Dollar laundried Shirt Waiet,
Fer 89c Each-39c.
250 Summer Coats for Gentlemen,
At 25c Each-25e,
Think of it I A Coat, made, fin
ished and ready to pnt on, for 25c I
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
Da. O. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe Btreet
P. M. Stanlit, funeral director and
embalmer, 65 MadiBon street.
Mobbhiad's Cantaloupes, fresh
every morning, at Oliver Finnie & Co.
Fbish grapes twice a day, morning
and evening, at No. 300 Main street.
Db. 8. J. Bill, veterinary surgeon,
No. 378 Main street, at Edwards's
Cliab Watib hot and cold baths,
25c, at the Turkish Bathhouse, No.
222 Second street, near Adams.
Miss Lbwbllyh will take pupils in
elocution during the summer Del
srte method. Call at No..89 Adams
Tbs Herbal Chill Core, tha beat
tontaand antl-ferlodio known. A certain
and lore sura for chilli. Frie II par bot
tle. Band itamci for aironlari. Anv raf-
t ranee rlien. Addraia John 0. Backer,
Drs. Sim A Nbblt have become as
sociated in the practice of medicine,
with their office and res tlenee at 120
and 128 Hernando street. Telephone
G. W. Millkb A Co., IVent Asbettos
Fire Troof Roofers. For durabi ity,
equa'ed by none. Used on wooii,
tin, irn, fait and gravel roofs. 65
Tut ladies of the Alabama Street
rrsbyterisn Church will give a lawn
pa ty on Thursday evening, July 22d,
188(1, for the benefit of tue chuich
mmiso, at the residence of Mr. J. U.
Johneon. Music and refreshments.
Admirsion, 25 cents.
Wb call the attention of those see'
ing the bett School fur I heir sons to the
lxu sville Kngby School, whose card
ap)iora in a 'other column. It offers
thorough in traction and refined and
elevating infltiet-ces and as oelatlon.
For excellence of wort as thown by remit
It elands wiln ins M in the country,
Angostura Bittbbh Is a household
word all over the world. For over
fifty tears it has advertisd itself bv
its merit. It is now advertised to
warn the publio against counterlel's.
The genuine article s manufactured
by Dr. J. G. B. Siegert A Sons.
Oct of ths two thousand or more
who have attended the Law school
at Lebanon, Tenn., lint twelve hun
dred and one have g aduated. It ia
smpr sini how many ol theme, with
out resard to sect or paity have be
come diBiinfMiUhfd men. A list of
them wou d be interesting.
Fine Watch repairing at Malford'r.
Ads Ice to Mother.
Mrs. Winalow's Soothing fl rup
should always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the ) ttl"
sufferers at once ; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhua, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
Owing to chst'ge of gauge we are now
pr-pard to contract lor prent or
future d livery of A abama splint coal
at reduced rates.
V. M. PATTERSON A CO.
As a Co mm ob Mobtal is the title of
s novel published bv Caraoll A Go.
The scene is laid in New York. It is
fall of interest for students of Ameri
can social life, and will be found good
reading for these long, lazy summer
Fbank R. Stockton's new novelette.
"The Casting Away of Mrs. Leeks and
Mrs. Al shine," which is to begin in
the August Century, dccribts the re
markable adventures of two worthy
New Ei'g'and women and the chron
icler cf tue tale, who were shipwrecked
and cast ashore upon a small island in
the Pacific Ocean, which proved to be
by no means a desert.
Wb have just received from the pub
lishers a book entitled The JSattle for
Bread, being a series of rennonson the
labor une-tion just delivered by the
Rjv. X. DeWitt Talmsge. Every
wnikingman and those who employ
labor, and, in fact, all who areataii
interested in the labor pr.iblem, should
r. ad this book, and thus obtain some
grod ideas in reference to the solution
of this great question. It contair s
128 pages, and will be cent by mail, in
paper cover, for 25 cents, or cloth for
50 cen t, by J. 8. Oilvie A Co , the
publishers, 31 Rose stieat, New York.
Th b war f cat ti re of th e A n b u st Cenru ry
will be "Fredoiickat urg," described by
Gen. James Long-treef, and bv Gen.
Darius N. Couch and Gen. WiUUm
Farm Smith, the la'ter of whom were
Union corps commander in tht bat
tle. A short paper by Maj. J. Horace
Lacy, of Virginia, owner of the his
toric "Lacy House" opposite Freder
icksburg, printed in the Bima d um
ber, dscri .es "Lee at Fredericksburg."
It contains the following paragraph:
"I am the more moved to sand you
these remitiitcensep, as in the provi
dencs cf G jd your megaz'ne occupies
the foremost place as the gteat pac fl
cator of between the North and the
Scutb, holding the even stacs of
equal and exact jus ica, and pouring
light on every set and incident of the
great civil war. You have not raked
amid the deceitful ashes of the past,
lo bring together up.m the alter of
sectional hate the live coa's of tbat
fire which orc-i I u-n d all to j fiercely,
but evur by kind, fair and impartial
utteraucfs, giving bo li tides an equal
show, you have poured oil np:n the
troubled waters and deserve that
benediction which rests upon the
0. B. QALLOWAV A CO ...Peopriitois.
Katei 12 60 and 13 per day, aooor. ing to
lite and location ot room Spaoial
J B White, Ohio A Stuart, N Y
i Halnei, Maas K V Foster, Tenn
J S Wilkes, Tex J Howard, Tenn
A Loe, NY A B Cumeron. M Y
II Lanman, Ohio E U Moore, Mil!
Mra M b Sahara, Miai MimMoutKumery.Miu
W 8 Thompaon, Mo L Mayer, Ohio
W II Peake, Miu W II 11 Brown, Pa
BSteilel.Mo J J .iniicle, Ind
R K Morrii, Tann Mra W 11 Bethel, Ky
L L Criip, Mo (1 W Amman!, Mo
W O Baker, Mini F C Smith. Mo
i V Tatum, Ky P D Long, Ky
0 II Htetrel, Ky A Mittingn, III
U T ileiuet, NY B More!, N Y
F (Utaia, A rk Mi i M Thompaon, Ala
W JJuford, Phil'a J W Hewitt, Ark
WWoed. Ky D J Fraeer, III
W J McKoe, Tann W B-ingel, Tenn
II W Bradley. Ky BP Kvum. Ky
N Heman. Ohio M Rknller. Tenn
JUMannum, Mo UAWaaoon, NY
T 11 Btuart, Mo J II Bathune A wf, Mo
Jaa Burke, Miaa M Kohn, Ark
J o li -lloman, Mica 11 H Matlaok, Ky
W L Boyd, Ky W Barnett, Tenn
J Towniend, 111 J B Sledge, Mita '
J R Sottei, Ky T M Ueorga, Ark
M D Howell, Mo R B Burdina, Ky
0 Ron, Tenn H Murdock, Mo
MO Andrew!, Mo H B Motteheo, Mill
L Ohsppell, Tana R W M ullin, Miu
K A Belvw, Miu J H Bliooe, Tenn
U F Callieott,Min R M Uwynn, Fla.
The Hew Satramo.
FARRINQTON, STEWART A WHITS,
Ratci, 12 50 to 4 par day, aooording to leoa-
tion of roomi.
J M Reed. Mill M N Taggart, Ark
h V Butler, Miaa B R Chapman. N Y
F 8 Latham, Mill M Goldman, Mo
T A Deflney. Mo EM Klam, Mo
II Kumar, Miaa r I) Marshall, Mo
WM Water field, Tenn J 0 Pritonett, Miu
H Petit. Tenn R N Temple, Va
T B Craig, Bt Louia O (1 Jonea, Mill
JNWt bb.Ky 8 Darin, Kr
W L Smith, Tann H 0 Rather, Ark
R L Simpion, Ala 0 8 Bamueli, Miu
ti B Woodard, Mill L B Randall, Tenn
Sam Jonea, La W II Jonea, La
JHFoote, Mo VMorrie, 0
B Uillhoure, Mill Alex Yargar, Mill
W P Stulu, Va J R Ryan. Va
R D Aberuathy, Mill K B Moroon, Mill
0 M MoDonald. O J I Cole, Tens
0 I Rockwell, Mo E A Belew, Miu
R W Mnllio, Miaa OLUurley, Mo
L Wolf Ky Mini L Steart, Mill
J 8 Miner. Mies L KTuttle, Mo
S B Shannon, Mo R L Dixon, Ark
W Barnett, Tenn N K Sledge, Kiu
M m B Leitwioh.Miu II A Tntum, Tenn
8 0 DlTlne, Tann K K Ellman. lenn
W E Lore, Tenn W R Molntoih, Tenn
RAHnrt, lun L R Atwood, Ky
R 0 Judge, Ky US Bab'ock. Ind
WP Clark, Mo T B r wing. Ark
W T Qre, Ark R J Samueli, Ark
M D Taff. Miaa J 1' Hobinion, Miu
R L Peanon. Miu M B Smiih, Miai
C M Young, Tann J J Lo.-kwood, Tenn.
W. U. BINGHAM Masaaaa.
European plan. Knlarged and refurniihed.
Vrioea aaoording to liie and loca
tion of room.
Mr P Wilborn Ala.O O Coflin Mii
R Watt III, B B Rogeri Tenn.
W A Fairei Tenn, R Uarnnold Ark,
SrWil i ord A f Ark.M i S Williford, Ark,
MMWak.rArk, F llarall M",
N C Snider Tel, R W Butord Mill,
J It SiaCord M.ai, II Blaier Mi I,
Alex Sin lh Mi, 6 T Power Mi,
MnSTl'o erMaa.MraA W Leinar2oMiu,
JAKeilM'i-!, MS Jay Tenn,
t) D Melune Tenn, Cotn Ureene Tenn,
U H He, ,.r M"i. N Z T gad Miu,
R ' Byn.e k Pd Ky.'I A Dell ey Mo,
H R Abernathy.Ieun P J O'Laugtilin, Ark
N Smith, Ark MMinard, Ark
WK Lenox, Ark N M Ai-u Tenn
11 DTou.l nion vf Ark ThoiSnblo't. Ill
A Q W nrnan, Tana O J D-aiouu, Ark
J B Amboin, Ar K L WvbiU-r, Ark
H P Aubrey, A. J J Rvmi. Ark
1 hia Dx'larli. Mill J A Warmer, Mo
J W Little, Ky A Little, Kv
lUleei Kiberl, III K A .nead, Tenn
Mic P Fleetwood, La Henry We in, Tenn
R J Burr' , lenn J M Keating, Tenn
W 11 Van Kiik, Mo R J lliggini, Mo
L Fubrett, Ark J S Ladd, Ark
WPUbbi, Ark W F Frot. Mm
R F Bettii, Ark W n She rrin, Tena
0 J Dearonna, Ark I. D Whituker, Miaa
H B t'ullen.Tenn Mim W lloll jway.Ark
Mri Sampion, Tena R F Cnllini, Ark
J A Mcr.rrier, Tana J W Dunu, Mo
R Montgomery, Tann D Wilaon, Tenn
lnnya Knrepeaa Hatel,
Coraerof Adami and Main itreete. Rnomi,
60e, 7ta and II per day: American Plan,
ti ar day.
Plnt-elMI Reitaurant i tha Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (lu yer with Peahody Uotel)
JIISnrder.Tenn J II Willi n. Ark
' Mark ev.T'-nn I W Bnrrnwa, Ind
B Foreman, Ky II 0 King, Tenn
A Oo.i.trieh. Ark W Webb, Tin
?M 0 .w, .id, Miu J A Town, N Y
H .luiuiiehet, Tenn II L Spinner, Miia
D S Rniloid, Mils U A Mimno.', Ark
FWKi.er, KT F Murphy, Tenn
J LL'iiintt, N O JAM Her, Tenn
M T Meielinnl, Tenn O i. i l.ama. Pa
T M Bimduraiit.Tau F L Moon, Mick
J C Brirklar. lenn J Tou'ie, N Y
S I) II nrw. To it a ' C ark, 'in
0 Kr .nk, Ohl" P C l y, Vama
M F lilaliirk, T na II"' Smi h, Mul
J T Atyao, Tena J N ith. n. Mine
K 8 MiirKnn,Tean T O t'o.'ke. Minn
C C Mi ohe 1. Ark A A Martin. 1'cnn
I Irrlloma tm alaaae-Lerralae,
Vkki.ih, Jnlv 19. lu th vleclions
f.ir iiieuibeis of the vniiiiiiusl loun
cils.tiinn'.een Herman 'nuiiigrau'S and
Ihirt-en nntive gernvuis Imte heen
HUivesfilul in Meis.while i-i S nitshdiy
wIunm council lu.H t'tiity teveu lecm-
1 er-, the'e hsve heeu e'icl d eleven
men hoMiuv'ing I rtoiiv-t'fgri r'y,
liim t ifrinMii i" ': ant:' a'nl eleven
in,., ), . 0...,j,i.. in i', itli-r !! iiio
of li u n,i ii.ei.i "li, 't 'H 'ir nl rut in
Vni) f. . i- A ' I. )' ;!' . r h :ve
i o lu' si 1 1 jinn' -' t in s "".
JAMES C. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS' SADDLERY CO.
Nob. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.,
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
Saddles Harness,. Collars
SADDFT.BY M 1SU WARE AND IATIXEK.
ttg- SPECUL PBICES hi Railroad ant, levee Contractorg for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness.
Vicksbubo, July 19. Night Dt
parted: Arkansas City, St. Louis.
Ciscinbati, July 19. Night River
10 ieet 3 inches on the gauge and
falliDg. Weather clear aud pleasant,
LonisviLLB, July 19. Night River
about stationary, with 5 feet 7 inches
in the canal and 3 feet 5 inches on the
fallp. Business dull. Weather clear
Evansvills, July 19. Night River
falling, with 8 feet 7 inches on the
gauge. Weather cloudy and warm;
taermomtter 72 to 91. Departed:
Granite State, Cincinnati, 5 pm.
8t. Lome, July 10. Night River
fallen 4 inches, and stands 11 feet 2
inches on the gauge. Weather clear
and very warm. No arrivals of regu
lar packets. Departed: Henry Lourey
and R. S. Hayes and barges, New Or
leans. Cairo, July 19 Night River 17 feet
5 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather clear and peasant. Arrived:
Henry Lourey and barge?, St. Lonis,
3 p.m. ; R. S. Hayes and barges, St.
Louis, 3 p.m.; Belle Memnhie, Vicks
bnrg, 7 p.m. Departed: R. S.Hayes
and bargee, St. Louis, 6 p.m.
Nsw Oblians, La., July 19. Flour
dull and a shade lower ; choice, $.'( 70
3 80; fancy, If 3 904 10; extra fancy,
14 200,4 40; Minnesota and winter
wheat paten's, $4 704 80. Corn
moderately active and higher; in
sacks, mixed, 49c. Uate easier ; choice
Western, in sae&s, 4243c. Hay strong
and higher, prime, 14 6015 50;
choice. $16 017 50. Hog products
unsettled, but generally lower; pork,
$10 50. Lard refined fierce, 6 25c.
Hulkmeati shoulders, 6 37c; long
clear and clear ribs, 6 60c. Bacon
shoulders, 6 75c; long clear, 7 00c;
clear rib, 7 12jc. Haras choice sugar
cured, canvassed, $11 75 1- 25. Other
Salt Again! thai Defanct Provident
St. Loois, Mo., Joly 19. Informa
tion was made and watrantu sworn out
this afternoon by Julian Loughlin, at
torney for Barr & Widen, depodto s
of the defunct Provident Saving Bank,
for the arrest of the officers and direc
tors of the bank, for alleged criminal
violation of the banking law. The
document states that on the 14th day
of July,1886,Oharles U. Smith.Chsrles
B. Greeley, George Scott, William P.
Malln, Thomas H. Swaine, A. B.
Thomson and James S. Gar lan, beicg
then officers of the bank, received or
afsisted in the reception of $130 is a
deposit, knowing at the time that the
institution was insolvent or infailing
circumstances. Mr. Loughlin said the
claim was made as a test case.
Hnlford, Jeweler, 294 Main, so
licits orders from the country.
IS BKMOVKD BT THS DBS Off OOOOASIH1,
And it stimulates and promote the
growth of the hair.
Bnrnett's Flavoring Extracts ara the
Solid Silverware at MnlfTd't
A Druggist' a htory.
Mr. Isaac C. Chapman, druggist,
Newbnrg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the ".past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Bata'A for
the Lungs. I can bay of it what I
cannot Bay 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 happiest effects. I
have used it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
ItfonoirrMni ftHnirIa! Wnlford
Importer and Daalar ia
aaa, FUhlns Taekle mm "parta-
mu'aMaullr mw Spvotal attention
(Wan to MANUFACTURING and RK
4a n tain MMetniblu Tent
Infertile and illrth llomors Speedily
Cm etl by Cuticura.
FOR Cla nlntha8kln and Scalp of Birth
Hunrnra, O'a larini Itohiac. Barnitif
and Infl iramttion, forcurin' tha nnt !TnP
tomiol Koi.m , I'nuriaili, Milk Cruit, told
Haad, Bero tula anil nthar inbarttad akin and
blnod diaetaea, i'.uthiuia, ""a srat Skin
Car, and Cum ua SoAr, an iQalaito skia
Bo.ut.fier, ai!rrn'lT,and Cotiobb RirOk
tbnt, tha n.w I'.ino I Purlfl.r, iaternallr, ara
inlallibia. Ab.olut.lj para.
Mr. and Mm. Kraratt Btabhina. Balonar
town, Maaa., writer "Oar little boywaa ter
ribly afflioU'd with Sorofala, Halt Rbeum
and Bryi i'.lai. aver ainee he waa bora, and
nothina warmu'd giva him helped D m nntil
we tried Odth oa rWuauiea, which aradn
ally cured him, until ha la now aa fair a!
"riai hmd'to rrEr."
CharlM Kara Hinkle, Jeraey Cltr HiahU,
N. J., writea: "My too, a lad of twelre
y.xri. waa com i lately eared ot a terrible
oaaeof E"iemahy the CoriotiaA RmiDiia.
From the loi. of hi. head t ' the loin of hil
lert waaonemwmf toabi." Kr.ry other rem
edy an I phyniciani had been tried In vain.
'A I irri.K BUT CURED."
Nath k Nh. Oi.Tinaton, Ky . wrlle:
"One of cur cuaiumeri bouabt your Cnriooaa
VDiR8 tor hu httle bof. whu had a kind
of huii"" in the h'-id, no th be waa a ro id
acab i ' aiirea. He waa entirely cured, and
bis f. th ir vt h would nil besrudae MM
lor the good ith.tr douehiat "
Sold ercry where. Price: CcTirtraa. 60
catita; Kaaoi.TRNT. II 0i I Hoar, 25 oenta.
P-eparad hj tha foTTaDauo and Chemicil
Co., lieaton, Maa.
Send for MMw to l ara Bbvlat DlBeajaea."
DA D V I'aa !'ntirr !, an eioala
PM it.ly i plumed akin BanilM'-r.
rd N "W.i nam l. i"rt .u'ane ui. infallible
inl rafo. .At nil d:u 1U, V'P i 6. lor
ai ti; ir po't.rie tr h oi rua
j I lieinli'Nl to, ttv-lou, Mitas,
mN. ur-Uio, Sciatic, Puddan, Sharp
a d N. rv. u t'ain and Mralm re.
Iievi al f one mloai br the
lit enri, ADM-falo ala.ter,
the iii' it i xrf'Ct aatidote to rain
.n.l i. A. .nm.linn MMnnnHtiJ.
Jomei W. l;xitbar Win. 1 Clark KneeBc J. Carrluaton Frank . Jonea
319, Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer te MERCHAHTia ONLY thaargeit and best atock of Boot! and Shoea we
. , havo evir brought to thti market, and which cannot be anrpaaaed in quality and
itylei by any bouse in thii or any other oity. In addition to a complete line of Eaetera
made sooda, inaludins tha l El-KBH aT.i 04OIBAK A CO. BKUUAMH, wehandka
a larita and aeleet atock of Cuitom-mada Gooda for Men, Women, Misne! aqd Children. Wa
carry a numberjof the boat makoa in the country, in evem variety and ityle, and among
thennthe wall known Men's Calf Boot! and Shoca manufactured by Geo, Booker for car
bpring irade. iWe alao oarry a choice line of Ladtea' and Mire.i' Cuatom Kid, Goat arr4
talf Hood!, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman Jk Ce. We invite the trade to examine
our itock before buying elsewhere, and we guarantee everything we loll to giye eatiiifaotion.
M'llKHAK A CO.
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AUD DEALERS IN
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Dressed Flooring, Ceiling Weather-Boarding
Cypress Shingles, Lath, Efc.
"Our faollltlei ara.nninrpaised by any lawmlll tn th. South for CNngorden promptly.'
Flooring, Ceutbg, Biding, Step Lumber and Cypreaa tthinglna a Hp-iyaltv: alio, Framing
Lumber of all dlmeniioni. We make the Wholeaale U'jaiuus a ipaoial feature. Orders
lolioited and promptly filled.
GEO. BAY5IIL,LElt, AGENT,
No.'124 Jefferson Street MeiruhiB. Tenneinee.
He Played Baseball
Ilis Home Run nit Captured
the Heart of an Heiress.
It waa a oloie and exciting game. Bight
inning! had been playeJ, andtha aeora itood
a tie. Momphii had retired It! opponent In
the ninth inning without aeoring. Momphii
wai at the bat. Two men were eut. Two
atrikei bad been called upon the man at the
bat. The next ball pitched eame etralght
toward him. Than It took a audden curve.
He iwsng hii bat Would he miia ltT The
axoitement waa painful. There waa a vulok,
abort atroko. Aht he baa hit tha ball. Away
high In tha air it aaila. See, tha center
Holder la chaaing It. Tha Ipectatora hold
their breath. Suddenly there ia one tamol
tnoui ihout. The ball haa gone far orer the
head of the Balder, who la ohaeing it.
Around the baaea ipeedi tho batter. He
toaohei the home plate and the Tiotory li
won. Bouqoeta are ihowered upon him.
He looka up j nit in time to aee a lovely girt
take a bunch of roaei and throw them at hi!
feet. Aa he gracefully picta them bp their
eyea meet. A humble bate ball player haa
captured a rich helreai.
" Go," ihe layi to him two week! later,
"go to ths Miafit Clothing Parlor!, 262 Seo
ond atreet. and order your wedding lutt."
She waa rich In common lenie aa well aa
If yon want the beat of clothing for the
leaat money, come to the Miilt Clothing
Parlon, 262 Second atreet, eppoaite Court
Extra Attractions tor Summer
Great Bednetlone la Salts,
Great Medaetlona In Pants.
Tha beat clothing In the world for really
leu than otken nk for poor ready-m ade gar
mente. Thii li why It payi to buy at tha
Misfit Clothing Parlors,
262 Second Street,
Opposite Court Bejaare. Hemphl.
r Frr SO daya the entire itock of Fine
Comoro, Clothing will beiold atatromendoai
mw All alterationi to iaaure a perfect fit,
dona free of ohtrira.
Building & Loan Association
let Series matured In 19 neanlha.
)tm B.rlM matured In 116 montks.
Profit la lt Series, S7d per share,
front In ad nrrl.e, V per ataare,
Theie twa Series paid OT la tall.
HewSertea.pened. Money ! Lean.
A Rood Havings Bank.
For farther Information, eall aa
Secretary, Haln atreet.
If. W. SPEERS, Jr., President.
T. H RICE, Seereaary.
1? OR AliE.
aar On account of other engagement! re
tolring my entire penonal attention, I hare
sonoladed to quit the mercantile part ol mr
bnalneM, and now far my entire atock of
for lale. Will rent or leaie to purehaaer, If
daaired, mr two-itory Iron-front ballding,
; eontalning itock, on reasonable termi. Any
! ana wlahinr to co Into buaineaa earfaeeore a
bargain or sailing en E. LAKE,
JalrMIKW. GRKNAPA. MI81.
W. at. BATKS.
S. V. TOOP
Blank Book Manufacturers.
No. 272 Second Street,
S ew an4 Latest stvleg Mock. Sew
Type, Kew Machinery.
Trices as low aa anywhere, North
Incretaed facilities for doing all
METER, Bec'j and ieaj.
Dtvllrd Crabs, Kb r Imp,
Salman, x'reali Can Haekercl,
Ilrook Trout, Oysters,
Startler! in Timiili CateBp,
Sarect HtnlTcri Pli ti Ira,
Ronr flclt 1 by III cal. and Injaraj,
Plcklert enlnnv, tint Rrllsk,
WooBtar Snnne, ton, a to Catsnp,
Capm, Moataril, Cnrry Powder,
Malad Drrsalng;, Ollres, Olive Oil,
Cream Chfpe, Celery Sanaa,
Celery Salt, El. , Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM fe CO.
THIS til avYS.
A FOSIT1VB CUBS FOB
3 DYSPEPSIA. .
Sick Headache. af
Dona : Una to two teaapoonfula.
rnnlne Cbab Obchabo HaLta In
Kalnd packaM at 10c. and 23c. Ho
genuine Delta aold in balk.
Crab Orchard Water Co., Prop'rt.
S. N. JONES. Uwiirer. Loullrlll.. Kr-
Young & Brother.
Booksellers and Stationers.
8 18 Main St., lWemphls, Tent
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
TCBE rIVTv. CANVAS, Etc
IMP0KTER AND DEALER IH
Buns, Ammnnltlun, Fishing Tackle
and Baae-Iiall Ooodg.
WHOLKHAliB AND RBTAIL.
S34 Main Street, Memphis, Tens!
Mannfaotarint and Repairing of Gnni a
TUB partnemhin heretofore axiitinf bs
teeen ECKEKLY, BT0NB 4 CO. ia
thii day apaoiTea bj maiu.i raui "
Stone and L O. Tyler aaiaming the payment
of all liabi itiei and are alone authoriaed to
eolleot all deote aue tee arm, uu wniou--tinae
in btialneaa ai Cotton Factor! and Oom
Memphie. Tenn., Jaly 10, 188.
SUEA k .MCCARTHY, Propr'g,
U0,142fH4 Front, Memphis.
ONI 0 F TB K LAR3K8T BOILKR BH0P8
la ths South, and th. only eompletu
Boiler and 8it-Irorj Wurka tn the oity.
Maaanetnrera of heavy plate troav
work of every deaerlptloa. Bpaolal
!ewMM n'".. Ion work
roa a i
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE "VZXSJZ'uZ'''
IghMt lienor .n't O.II Mr-d.t im .11 MliT ceiiitri.
lrrmi Haidew Kaurall... BOO. llrarfa.M lit
(jajii loTeschPra f'l"Ti"l. Vt f full Bunt 1Vp,
IncluJlnt Tul(.ton. Niatfuiief tud Hosrtl, about $0. HhorU
Uaii, Tj p-WrttU us Trlrtrrmph y. p'lt,ifi. N V
mUml Kaaarr Now. iarr)ualr 4. y aratd HaWUfc
For cirtulare addr W. U. WM1T U, fr- t, Lfxlngfa. kf.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importer! and dealeri In Sniis, Amrna.
nlilon I l.hlna; Taeatle, tlaildere'
Hanlaar, leearle Bells and A n
ni'iielwt. r. f, r Uotela and Reddencea.HaO
MulB aiw t, BJeaiptiiB, Tenn. Kl.ctric
mppliea aiwayt en hand, ftepairln neatly