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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-WEDNESDAY. JULY 21, 1886.
RISLROAD m TABLE.
IV.ral,irw Orleaai and Tmm B'y
aiNMiHMipn talut roit.
u4 after Mar 186, punom train! on
" f isf HAIL. South. :NorthT
atcannhlJ- 4:M p.m 9:38 .m
B :p.m 7:21 km
lmnt-- .C. 10:03 p.m 4:07 a.m
TVrkitiarf.-. D.... 1:00 k.m 1:1.1 k.m
Barrkwa IS...... i:44 k.m 11:16 p.m
ltthei.... 6:26 k.m R: p.m
BatcB foaga.u ...... 6:14 k.m 7:M p.m
Kim Orlne.....n :00 k.m 6:00 p.m
A-With all Unci entering Memphis.
f-Witb M.1N.W.K. R. lor Helena.
0 For Greenville end Huntington, and alj
0- With V. A M. nnd V., P. Hallroaila.
1- Witn S.,J. C. K. It. tnr ivau-nei and
F For Points on the Prairr,.
g With iteameri lor Bayou Sara,
fi With r:i iIfoj U divert inn (or Florida,
Tela and t'ntiiliioiMi.
JAB. M. KDWAKDS, V. P.andQ. M.
A. J. KM A HP. fl. P. A.
Mississippi anil Tennessee. Train!
move a follower New Orleani joall arrival
daily at v:2Da.m. ; leavei daily at 6:00. p.m.
Newport Blewa and Mississippi ai-ny-Traina
mora a Mlowa: Faat ino
leavei at 10:00 a.m.! bt. Louii liut linn
leavei at 6:10 p.m. 1 Fait lina arrival at 1 :30
p.m. 1 Bt. Louis fait Una arrival at :U6 a.m.
Ioal.vllle and Hasbvllle Train 1
ova aa follow! t Faat mail arrival daily at
6:1ft a.m.: leaves at 10:10 p.m. 1 mail leavei
daily at 18:10 a.m.i arrival at 1:00 p.m.
Brow.aville aooomoiodatlom laaval dally'
eaoept Sunday, at 6:00 p.m. 1 arrival daily,
MeeptSu.day, at 6:60 a.m. (itandardtima).
Meoaphls and Little Kork. Trains
9 ova aa follnwi (eentral itandard time):
0. 1 leavei daily at 4 :20" p.m.! arrival at
inAp.m. No, 3 laaval at 6:66 a.m. J arrival
a:V)a.m. No. 6 (freight) leaves Uopefleld
daily (axoept Sunday) at 6:00; a.m.; arrival
kt 7 :16 p.m.
dnir Koute (Kauaas Clt y, RprlnK
eld ajad Memphis) Tralni leave.M. and
J. depot aa followa: No. 4, Kamai City ei
prees, leavei at 10:46 a.m.i No. 3, Kaniaa
City eipreii, arrival at 3:10 p.m. No. 2,
Kaniaa City mall, travel at8:00n.m. I No.ll,
Manias City mall, arrival at 8:45 a.in. No.
S, 8t. Loull and Chloaso egpresa, laaval at
:00 p.m.t No. 1, Ht. Louii and Chicago a
presa, arrival at 8:41 k.m. In effect Sunday,
Memphis and Charleston Train 1
nova ai fnllown Through aiprail leavei
dally at 10:40 p.m. Mail and expreaa laaval
daily at 10:00 a m. Sonierville aeconinioda-
tion Ipavea dally, except Sunday, at 6:H0
P.m. Through expreai arrival daily at 6:26
a.m. Mail and express arrival daily at 11:00
S.m. Bomervina accommodation arrival
ally, (leapt Sunday, at 8:30 k.m.
Memphis, Illruilngham and Atlan
ticHolly Springi Route Traini move aa
followir No. 1 loavei Mempbii daily at 8:46
p m.i arrival at Holly Surlnga at 6:58 p.m. !
No. 9 laaval Holly Hnringa dally at 0:00
k.m., arrival at Memphia at II :16 a.m.i No.
6 laaval Mvniphli dally at 7:16 p.m., arrival
at Unity Hpringa at 11:45 p.m. 1 No. 6 laaval
Solly Spring! dally at 2:15 a.m., arrival at
WiBHiHOToa, July 21, 1AM), 1 a.m.
Indications: For Tennosseo, local
rains, followt'd by fair weather; sta
For Arkansas, local rains, followed
by fair weather; stationary tempera
For Mittittippi, Louisiana, Texm and
Arkantat: local raint, followed by fair
mother; ttatioimry temperature; toutherly
unntfo, becoming variable.
For Tennentet: Jsocal mini, followed
by fair vealher; ttaiionary temperature;
Maaraia, Tiro., July 20, 1886.
DO 0 W.
80 0 U.K.
78 0 U.K.
10 MX) p.m.
Maxluiuui temperature, 02.
jainlranm temperature, H.
Ocone, 11 a ni., 2.
la til a Holloa Keloa.
Siqnal Shrtioi, U. 8. Abmt,
July 20, 18866 p.m.
Divlalon of telegrams and reports for
tha benefit of commerce and agricul
ture. Cotton region bulletin for the
twenty-four hours ending July 20th, at
6 o'clock p.m.
Memphis 02 74 .00
flashville 8H (10 .00
Grand Junction... 01 71 .00
Ooriath IH) 71 .00
Tnecumbia 80 () .00
Decatur 04 60 .00
Bcotteboro 02 03 ,00
JBatesville 89 72 .00
Hernando 04 71 .00
Grenada 9 6H .
Arlington M 00 .00
BrownsTille . 04 7H .00
Milan (HI 70 .00
Paris... 94 05 .(H)
OoTington 94 72 .00
Dyerabarg 08 72 .(H)
Bolivar 92 71 .00
Holly Springs (Ml 73 .(H)
Oxford 90 74 .(X)
Sums ... 1780 1310 .
Means 04 09 .00
DiWKitTS. gfgg- 5.
"Wllmineton 91 00
Charleuion 79 CO .00
angneta i 70 .00
Savannah 04 73 .(!3
Atlanta. 93 (17 .00
Montgomery 95 OS .(H)
Mobile.- 97 7(1 .02
New Orleans 03 72 .
Galveston 9" 70 .20
Vlcksbnif 94 75 .
Little Rock 93 72 .22
Memphis 94 09 .00
Rnms 1111 850 .53
Mrnnx 93 71 .01
Balalall In I'oilon Itolt for
Eadlaa July 1, le.
Charleston, S. C
Charllottw, N. 0
Pmithvil!e, N. 0
Vicksburg, -Mlri' ,
New Olears, l.a
Cedar Kys, Fla
Fcit Sin'.th, Ark
Gal V( ston, Tex
Little li e;, Ark
In iin-po is, Ind
Knox vi lie, Tern
Fi"w n g, r
Co I)I):1)1H, O
Chief Davis has resumed his duties
after an illness of several days.
The ra will be a very black horse
in the race for County Krister.
A card in the ledger yesterday
was brazenly signed "Madame Adelina
License to marry was ireued yes
terday to Charles Dritcoll and Bridget
Electric lights have been swung
(in Linden street, at the corner of
Hernando and Causey.
Th Ci'izuns' st'ppt car 'r'ck h''
)fn laid w hi eliy fr ni thu Custom
House to McCall street.
The remains of the unfortunate
hoe Maker, C. Iiirdsiel, who was
diowrel in the rivrr Sunday, were
rp( overed yestordny.
The R'and jury yeetarday found
'nillctments aaainst Thomas Jeflrtrron,
for larceny ; Charles Maxwell, murder ;
AHron and Ca lie. Brown, larceny.
The toboggan did a big busice'S
lest eveuirg, The colored puople will
have it on Friday evening, aid of
course the cars will be crowded all the
afternoon and night.
Lata last night Mr. Erich still
lingered. He was unconscious, dea'h
seemed close at hand. He cannot
live. His physicians expect him to
die in the next foity-eigbt hours.
Suit fur $10,000 dampges waa en
tered in the Circuit Court against the
Louisville, New Orleans and Texas
railroad yestorday by Unorpe Tradord,
administrator of James A. Tiafford.
Mrs. O. H. P. Pipor and Miss Ella
Dunnavant nt Memphis, U. E. Thomas
and wife of Newark, U. C. Jackson of
Indianapolis, and Dr. D. 1. Fcnner
and family of Uuatamala, have been
at Ford's tbis week. New Orltant
The Water Committee las re
ceived the report of expert appointed
to make a thorough tett of the Hyatt
Alter, and it is of such a nature as ti
remove all doubt in their miuds of the
feasibilitv of obtaining an ample sup
ply of pure, clear water from Wolf
liver, above luio'gu.
The suit ol J. P. Carey against
the Eimwood Cemetery Company, was
put on trial in the Circuit Court yes
teidav. His horse becamo frightened
bv a bell which sat upon tlio ground
near the gate and ran away, throwing
him out and badly injuring liim. The
court took a recess to allow the jury
to go out and see the tell.
Two or three women who have
rooms over the building on the north
west corner of Htcond and Cou-t
streets engaged in a rough and tumble
light late yesterday evening wun a
meek lotlurio meek at least after the
nicnio was over. The police in tor
fered before any blood was spilled, but
not In time to prevent the ampura
tion of the lit le man's lintrer by the
teeth of the infuriated damsels.
The Bradetreet A aenry rero ts 1H9
failures in the United Statos during
the week ending July 10, 1HS0, against
153 In the preceding week, ana
211. 102 and 124 in the corr pond
ing weeks of 18S5, 188-1, 18H3
and 1882. resnecttve'y. Middle
Btatcs, 49; New Eogland Wtatos,
25; Southern States, 24; West
ern States, 08; Paclllo States and Ter
ritories, 23; Canada, 11; Total in the
United States and Canada, .'uu.
A slight ripple was craated on the
surlace ol the social sea yeaioruay n
the announcement that Mr. E. 11
Horlon and Mi s Bessie Owoub had
been clandestinely married the evnn-
lug before by Justice Quigley. The
groom is about 22 veais of ago, and a
collector for J. M. Hill's shoe store.
The bride is 17, very pretty, has been
an operator at the Telephone ex
change, and is the duunhter of the
foreman of the Louisville and iNaMi
vllle carpenter shops.
T There was a great uproar in the
Library building, on Third s'reet, Sun
day night, caused by a husband dis
covering bis wile in me act oi emerg
ing from the room of a festive Italian
who inhabits that aristocratic tene
ment. Tno husband revenged himself
on the spot by beating his wife until
her screams brought assistance. After
concealing herrelf all day Monday to
oicape further punishment, the wife
re urned to her husband yetorday
and all diQorences are reported to have
been amicably adjusted.
The City Council meets tomorrow
to consider a proposition inado by the
Citizens' Water Company. It is un
derstood that the old and new c-ini-
naniea make similar propositions. Thoy
propose to supply the city with water
from the MifHiss'ppi, from Wolf river
at Its moutb or anove itaieign, or iroin
any other acurce which the City Coun
cil may selort. There is a general
feeling on the part of members of the
City Council that the city rhonhl
build its own works on tha plan to be
proposed by the Water Uommitleo
Oiiminissloner A. J. McWhirter
has succeeded in having a Tennessee
land company organixd in Uritt, la.,
and expects to purioct similar ar
rangements in the Hates of New York
and Pennsylvania duriug the summer
During the part two years ovor 7000
emigiarvts bave btou satisfactorily
settled in Tennee( o through the efl'orts
of the Bureau ol Agncu ture. Tney
are well-t do farmers and prove a
valuable acquisition toonrpnpuiation.
Commissioner McWhitt-r is daily in
receitrt of letters of inquiry from van
r us sections of the country, written by
persons who want to come to this
Slate to tettle.
At the meeting of the Merchants'
.maves last night Mr. Kauch was
elected chairman, Mr. Boyd treasurer,
and Mr. James I). Proudfit secretary.
It was decided to hold the regular
monthly met ting the third Tuesday ol
each montn, ana me iouowmg nuw
mnmhoni were elected: Charles J.
Hand, T. E. Patterson, W. Dalton, J.
C. Bnvd, H. B Gates, A. Ware, T. G.
Maytteld, T. L. Price, W. V. Allen, u,
H. Kawtallo. O. A. Harries. W. Hamil
ton, T. A. Mablor, W. (i. Stemler, W.
O, Schroollineyer, jr., T. W. Sbercn,
It. H. Noland. J. A. Winkelman, J. O.
MeFar aud, .1, 1. l'rondtlt, F. Kit Def
frv, jr., and J. P. Jordan. Tbey wid
drill every Tuesday evening at the
Peabody Hotel Stand,
Uavoso Hotel Stand.
iiai. i..l,irn. 310 Main Street.
llaa.l.ninttnra (or Horace It. Kellev
Co's fiuo Key West cigare. The trade
supplied at Now York prices. Cigars
by lire box a speci" v.
1 I. sameLsonaco.,
.oie Anen u.
Onler "Mill lord Made Medal a."
Chew "Drummond's" two tin tag
lnil" Tobacco. Mild and
elenint. The only genuine. See that
"two n taira" are oa eacn piug. o
ware o! imitations.
Fine Watch repairing at MuKord'a.
iirt Kntlrdarrett LaajomnnlDO lad
J. N. Mdlfoho ler 'ast aoin to
Ipend a few days at Como, Miss.
Ilonur D. Eraio. of tbe Drummond
Tobacco Company, ia in the city.
J. 8. Day and family leave tha city
this morning to pass the teason at
More beau uity, n. u.
Mb. Ji-nb Crohsitt and Mies Ger
trude Tepe, of Moscow, Tenn., were
married at 8 o'clock a m. yesterday.
and are stopping at Gaston's. They
win b joined today hy mips f.lla Tepe
and Mirs Anna Bsllo Croesott. who
will accominny tt.em on their bridal
Xiik s-d news comes to us by tele-
gra h that Mrs. Mary Kaine, mothi-i
cf Gilbert and Hunter Itine, and
widow of the late Mnj r ('. J. Kuino.
a ga luLt Confederate S"ldier,who died
wounds received in battle, and some
mn tts bstore tbe cause was lost, is
dying at Greenville. Tenn. Mrs.
Kaine is a woman of decided mimetic
talent and had she bren seconded
with a determination equal to her
ability, would bave made a name for
nerseii upon the stage, as a reader,
none now upon the etige can surpass
her in pathos and deep feeling. In
the recitation of lines that embalmed
the touching memories of the South,
she never failed to reach the bear's of
her auditors and bring tears and tobs.
In more than one instance the
writer remembers her to have
compelled this tribute from Northern
prinle, who acknowledged the won
derful magnetic powercf the beautiful
woman whose breast was aliame witb
patriotism for the South. Lovely in
tier life, a true gentlewoman, a de
voted Christian, none wbo knew her
and who read theBe lines will fail to sor
row for the sufiVrincs borne with hero'c
forti udoof tbe mother wbo pointed
with pride to her children as worthy
of her love, hr anxiety and her ten
der so iuitude and care.
W. U. BINGHAM Minima.
European lilan. Knlaraed and refurniahed.
1'rioei aooordina to ilea and loca
tion of ronma.
0 0 Mono, Mo W K Fisher, Mill
1 M Hat Hi A wf, Mill Holy Daoly, Mini
SWCooly, Tenn 1 13 rJoruRaa, Ark
11 ni iinon, lex rotor iracy, lona
K Low. Ark O L Jonea. Miaa
II Cox and wiTo. Tex Vim l.aura (latlin. Ark
J P llaoklin, Ark Mi a II Davidson, Misi
w u brown, Art wuion jjunum, Aim
ran L r-nennn t. Bitu r v Msmun. mm
O Jyui.Kii.e, Miri H S Hull. Mni
.1, 11 - ,,.. .1, .1 T. tA W 1 .
tv jni iiiiiiiu., m ibb t r jntuooaei, miBB
RV Mndulrk, Uin Jno Kline, Tenn
11 ( blmnB n. Ma
J Trunnper, Ark
MIh W C'rowi, Tenn
J W Colainan, La
Andy Cuba, Tenn
T J Turner, Tenn
Mini CloUny, Tann
T 11 Babbitt, Tonn
Mri Btaveni, Tex
J 1) 1'ortor, Mini
C II Denarii, Mill
J V lloll, Tenn
X O noil., nr.
J K Ewald, Tex
N II Connoll, Tann
J 15 Jonoat Tann
en Kuilisill, Ark .
Miaa M Lowrv. Tenn
T - UU-ll. 1 .1.
W 11 Uhainbori, lonn
I w Jonea, Tex
J C I'ortor, Mian
J V McDonild, Mill
W H Murphy, Tenn
II J Alton. Mill
j Little, Ky
A Little, Ky
N W Klchmond. Mlai J W Hhodoa, Ark
0 Jj irnvon, a.k
0. B. GALLOWAY A CO Propriktosh.
Hatei ti M and Kl par day, acoorJma to
iia and looatlon .of room tipeoial
J (1 Rtern, Ark
TC Hoffman, N Y
J I) White, Ala
J B Kdd.ni, Mill
N Liberlea, Md
K 0 MnUlure. Pa
K Conanck. Mo
K McDonald, Ky
8 Seward, Va
Ja llainei, Mara
J 11 Wiley, fa
ham Uonen, atk
6 Wl llaiuaon, Tenn T Williamxon, Tenn
J Htainer. Md
P Ohorrdoler. tJ Y
B Dunoan, Mill
II W Am menu, La
M Aakew, Mill
I llartman, Ark
Mr (1 K (luntor, Mill
U w liAnline. Ky
O R Morrow, Tenn
D A Love, Mill
E 1 Smith, Tonn
K II Kvani, N Y
II II Bl alter, Ala
II Laninitn, Ohio
W K Cody, Mo
H F Reynold!, La
(1 E Hudiiell, Tenn
W 8 Moore, Ala
J S Maedonald. Ala
J A ndrewi. Ark
8 Nolaon, Tenn
8 Phillina. Tann
W V Milner, Tenn
K Newman, l'a
L White, Ky
W II Flynn, Ky
W W Dakar, Uhia
,1 It Oiieen. Mo
T A Wright, Tenn
II Ward, N V
J II Mitchell, Ark
A II Uroene, Mill
T Treievant, Tenn
1) Jainiion, Tonn
The Hew Clayoao.
FARRINGTON, 8TKWART k WHITS',
Ratal, t2 SO to $4 par day, aooordina to loca
tion ox roomi.
W Harnett, Tenn J W Kailor, N V
w IMcUowell, l.k DO Anueraon, inu
Klllutn, NY J W Luoai. Tann
Leon Levy, Ohio T Dnwnir.it, Miaa
Helen Heath, Miaa V K Armatronir. una
J M Preatridk-o. Lk EN Sioklea, NY
J C Hritehett. N Y KD Spied, Mo
N A tlant, lai J K Stinaon, Tenn
J B Tohin, Miaa W 1) Doan, Tann
A uooaery, mm a iwKery, jr, miaa
K 3 Carriniton, Tenn L SeartT, Miaa
Kllliai, Mii O Anderion, Tann
J (leratla, Ky KB Clark, ky
T K Konnedy, Ky Miaa Morton, Mill
J Khrman, Mill 11 T llainei. Mo
U Turk, Ark K B Price. Ind
Mra llunton Aa, NO 11 W Walton. Tonn
II K llicka, Ky JM Reed, Miai
It L Perkina, Mlia S K Spenoor, Mill
LKTurpin. Alk JLriark.Ala
H II Koole, Mo T D White, Tann
L B llrooki, Mill R J Shelton, Miai
C T Lawton, Mini K L Adami, Tonn
K J Ilarton, Tenn D M Cooper, N Y
J A Kuwiop, Ark C II Urav, Ark
H L lload, Ark 8 0 Kendall, Ark
J J Newberry, Miaa.
Diifly'a Karopnaa Hotel,
Corner of Adnmi and Main itroeti. Roomi
olio, 75o and II per day : American Plan,
ti par day.
Flcf-flna. Kn.taurant In tha Hotel.
J. M. DUFiY 10 yean withPeabody llotel)
K S Moritnn, Mill T C Cooka. Mill
U M Mitchell, Ark A A Martin, Tenn
A J Miller, Tonn M T Merohant, Tenn
F J Caldwell. Tann
C Frank, Ohio O L Swilt, w.lo, Tann
.1 Sullivan. Ark J W Laahore, Ark
J U .Inn... Tftnn .1 Nfltftlin. MlBI
(1 (I Manoea, Ark J A Matun, WJO, misi
Mra Forthburry, MilaMra J J llniiae, lenn
W Norwood, Tonn A Oaat'en, Ky
W A Ionian, Ark U Balaton. Mo
i C Grtmiry, uhio Win Uutehtnion, Tox
T M Alexander, N 0.
Jfuirord, Jeweler. 204 Main, so.
liclU orders from tbe country.
Ha In MntlMlar lJa-orrl n for
yor riumhlaar aaia aa-iuuk
Nolld Silver wHre at Mnlfonl'a
Naw Obi.bans, July 20. Night Ar
rived: v. t. tSchenck, Cincinnati; An
nie r . Silver, St. Louis.
rirrenrjRQ, July 20. Night River 5
feet 8 inches on tire gauge and rising,
Weather raining and cool.
Vicksbubo, July 20. Night De
parted : City of New Orleans, New Or
leans ; City of Providence, Future City
and barges, St. Louis.
Evansvillb. July 20. Night River
falling, with S feet 2 Inches on the
gauge. Weather cloudy ami warm;
thermometer ib" to 1U".
Cincinnati, July 20. Night River
10 feet 1 inch on the gauge and
stationary. Weather cloudy anil ccol
er, wi h rain thisa'ternoon.
Cairo, July 20 Night River 17 foot
on the gauge and faliing. Weather
cloudy and hot. No arrivals of regu
lar packets. Departed: City of Nat
chei, New Orleans, noon.
Louisville, July 20. Night River
about stationary, with 5 feet 3 inches
in tbe canal ana 3 feet 4 inches on the
falle. Business dull. Weather cloudy
and raining. Arrived: Uramte Nate,
St. Loots, July 20. Night River
fallen 1 inches, and stands 10 feet 8
inches on the gauge. v earner very
warm, with a slight shower tiua after-
P;i.aI Ratrtn P-tt,.A
New Orleans. Departed: City of
II. LO WEX&TEIX aft BROS J
GREAT MIDSUMMER CLEABI.VJ
All of Tbis Season's Purchases
Most Be Cleared Oat.
BE SURE AND CALL TODAY
For Big Bargains.
LAWN AND UINGHAM DEPART
100 Plec8 beautiful .P aid and
ritriped Ginghams. Same goods
sold throughout the season at 15c
and 18c per yard. We have
placed them on sale today at 01c
Pieces Cjlored, Checked and
Plaid India Linens. These cooiis
ate worth today 15c per yard, but
we want to clear them out, and
(rive you choice at tJJc per yard.
100 Pieces Me.-ve Lawns to closs
quickly, at fic ner yard.
75 Pieces 4-4 Organdie lioitdicd
Lawns. These are very pretty
sheer goods. Colors warranted
fast, and cannot be bought any
where for less than 15c. We
have cut the price in two in or
der to clear them out. Call end
get them at V Jo per yard.
WHITE GOODS! Will IE GOODS!
The Lowest Trices Yet Reached.
75 Pieces beautiful Sheer Piaid
Lawns, earns as you pay 20o a
yard for everywhere. VVe are
determined to clear them out,
and otter tbem at 8c per yard.
25 Pieces Lace Plaid Lawn. Murh
in demand this season, and sold
readily at 30c per yard. I his lot
we have marked 121c per yard
40 Pieces fancy Lace Striped
White Lawns. Ccst 22Jc to im
port, but they rn.net be sold, and
these you nave an oo pcryara
Unheard of Bargains.
25(10 Yards India Etamine Scrim,
for curtains, at 9c per yard.
100 Pieces Lace to trim Scrim Cur
tains, from 2 to 3 inches wide,
at 10c per yard.
100 Remnanta of Ijice Yoking, in
1 and 2 yard lengths, at half price,
DOMESTICS I DOMESTICS I
3 Cases of splendid toft finish,
yard wide Domestic at 7Jc per
2 Coses excellent 10 4 Bleached
8heeting at --jc per yard.
2 Cases Ling Cloth, 20 yards to
hnt. for ill !.-..
1 Cae 38 inch soft finish No. 200
Cambric, at. 15c per yard.
Gentlemen's Firio Underwear.
Immense Redaction in Prices.
Onlv a limited supply on hand.
Gentlemen who desire to purchase
tine Imported Underwear should
not miss this opportunity. We
kave marked them far below cost
Brettlea Ennlleh fancy Balbriggan
Shirts and Drawers only $1 50
per suit, former price $7 50.
Imported French Balbriggan Shirts
and Drawers f - oU per suit, lor
mer price $4 50.
Imported English Balbriggan Shiiti
and Drawers, regular made,
ti 75 permit, former iirics 1 1 50
Imported French Pearl Lisle Thread
Shirts and Drawers f o per suit,
former price $5.
Imcorted French Lisle Thread,
natural color, Shirts and Drawers
S3 per tint, reduced from f;.
Mikado Bracelets, Mikado Breast
1'inR, Real ea Beans and Shells,
at 150 each.
Don't Fall to Attend Onr Great Sal
Best Bargains of the Season.
B. LO WEXSTEIN aft BROS
JAMES O. BEIX, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Noa. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.,
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
SAlOF T.11Y H IJDWAKE AO
S&- 6PECI1L PRICES ic Railroad anc levee Contractors for Wagon,
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
11 Wt do ereby Certify that t tvptrvUe tht
arrangements or all the Monthly and Quar
terly Drawing ofth Lonana Stat Lottery
lsomyan, awttn pertan wianage ana ooniro
Uve l)rcing themtelvet, and thai the fame
are conducted with koneetv. faimeea and in
good faith toward all partus, and toe authoring
the Uompany to a (Am ctrWoatet vnth Jac
eimilet of our tignaturee attaoliedt in ik md'
,7 tr k
We, (7i undmitmd, Banlu and Banker;
icill pay all Prise drawn in Ths Xouwtana
,Sir Lotttria which may b pretented at our
J. H.OGLESBY.Prea. La. Ifst'l Bank.
A. BALDWIN, Pres. H. . Mat. Bk.
Incorporated In 1868 for twenty-five year;
by tha lieaialaturo for Edrtcational and
Charitable iinrpoaei with eapital of 81,-OdO.OOO-to
whioh a raaarve Rtnd of overk'-M,.
OuO baa lince been add, d.
l)y an overwhelming popnlat vote 1U
franohiaewu made a part ol the preientStste
Cnnititaliou, adopted Seoember 2d, A. IX
1879. , . ,
Ike only Lottery r vottd on and tnaoraerf
by IA ptopU of any Slate.
It never eealee or pottoone.
It Grand Mingle Similiter larawli.Ka
take nlaee monthly, and the Ki
traonllnary Drawlnaa regularly -iry
three inonilia Instead of aenil.
Annnnlly aa heretofore.
A lPL,fcNDII OPP4IKTV1VITT TO
WIH A reKlUNK. EIGHTH GRAND
DRAWING, CLASS 11. I THE ACADEMY
OF MUHIC. NEW OHhEANB, TUESDAY,
aniail 10, isse-l5lh Monthly Draw-
CAPITAL PRIZE, 875.0OO.
100,000 Tickets at Flye ItollaraEoob,
'raetlona. In t'iftha, In
LIST 07 FRIZES.
1 Capital prlta I 75,0(10
1 Capital priio 26,000
1 Capital priae 10,0(10
i Pritei of UfiOOO - 12,000
5 Pritei of 2DO0.................. 10,010
10 Priaeiof 1000 10,0(0
20 Priaes ot 600 10,0(0
100 Priaeiof 200 20,0(0
3O0Prieiof 100 90.0C0
NX) Priiei of 50 .0( 0
lOOOPriieaof 25 25.0 0
APPROXIMATION PRIZES. .
9 Approximation priiei of $750 6,750
9 Approximation priaeiof 500 t,5C0
9 Approximation priiei of 250....... 2,2b0
1967 Priiei, amountina to..... i5,&00
Application for ratal to elnbi ihoold be
mad only to tha office of the Company at
New Orleani, , ,
For further information write elearly,
g-ivinir full addreaa. POSTAL WOT EM, Ex
pren Money Ordera, or Naw York Exohanra
in ordinary letter. Cnrranoy by Expraai (at
our ..pan..), addremd MfJFH
Hew Orleans, la.
Or M. A. nirPHIH,
Waahlnarton. I. C,
or at West Court Ht., Mempbia. Tenn
Make P. 0. Honey Orders payable
and address Registered Letters to
HEW OHLEANM HATIOHA1. BASK,
as "the Hanan" als-.-e
O will Iirove Batlslnotor7 to
W every gontloman who -wints a
perfect article "Wo aro iiuf.mn Into tVJ
nunufacturo or t!iooa al:ooa, tho r?ulla cf ZO
X year,' experience and sluc'.y. of v.-Uat will
plooaa, give comfort o l v.;-.r
Z faithfully. Try tlio-i.
X dtuli- h.-a
No.fiafi, R. D.-In the Chancery Court of
Shelby County, Tenn- Louii A. Boeuor
ti. Fannie Boehler.
It appearing from bill whloh 1" aworn to in
thia cause that the defendant, Fannie Boeh
ler, ia a non-resident of tha Bute af Ten
neaaee, and that bar residence ia unknown :
It la therefore ordered. That aha taake
her appearance herein, at the oourthouie
ot Shelby oounty, in Memphia, Ten;., cn or
before the flrat Monday in August, 1886. and
plead, anawer or demur to eomrlain
ant'i bill, or the lame will be takea for
oonfeiaad aa to her and let for haanag ex
parte: and that a eopy of thil order be pub
liahed once a week, for four luiceaaire
weeka, in the Memphia Appeal. Iaii Zid
day of June, 188. A oopy atieit :
8. 1. MoDOWELIj, Clerk and Maaler.
By J. M. Bradley, Deputy O. and M.
T. B. Kdgington. Pol, for compl nt. wed
a THK LIVKR. a li"
a rosiTivn cube for
Sick Headache. '
nn...nna e two tMDoonfnl.
It'nitlllft I H A Vtw nana- - J-
K 'uiiiuu otaiia
Crab Orchtrtl Ww o., rrop v.
. f rM.levilU tr
t n . hinps. ri"-K'
Electric Bell Free
rpo lntroduea it and obtain acenta we will
J- for tha next lixty dayi aire away, free
of charge, in each county in the U.S. a -limited
number of our Merman Klelro Wal
vanle Muipenaory Belto. Price 15: a
Eoiitira and unfailing cure for Nerroui Ue
ility, Varicocele, Emiaaioii, Impoteney,
ate. 1500.00 Reward paid it eTery Belt we
manntacture doei not generate a ,nTu'na
etectrio current. Addreaa t once ''I'U
TRI0 BELT AGENCY, P. 10. Box .179.
Brooklyn. N . Y.
( HANANl) I v j
m M- xIbr Win. L. Clnrli Eocene J. Crtrrlns-toai hank O. J
i-.Bi i.MRAXMxaoca xoova.i .
OOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street,
TKFR oBet to BIKCHANTN ON1.Y the largeit and best etock of Boots and 6hoea we
VVf have ever brought to thia market, and which cannot be lurpaaied in quality and
atyloa by any honre in thia or any other oity. In addition to a oouiplete line of Baiters
Biadf goods, inoluding the tlKH-.BttVI r.u HOODHAK t CO. BKOjlMN, we handle
a larve and aelaot etock of Caatom-made Qoodi for Men, Women, Misaei and Children. We
carry a number of the beat make! in the oountry, in ever? variety and it; la, and among
thai ithe wall known Men'a Calf Boot and Shoea manufactured Dy Oao, Hooker foruur
Spripi Trade. Me alio carry a choice lino of Ladiaa and Miaaei' Cuatom Kid, Goat and
Cain llooda, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman x Ce. We invite the trade to examiua
our I took before buying elaewhare, and we guarantee everything we lell to give aaiistactioo.
( txtitatAK '.
YELLOW PINE AND CAK LUMBER.
AMD MKAI.EKH I1V
Doors, .Sa;1i, Ellilh, DresKfd Flotirintr, telllmr, Weatiier-Boardlof.
Cypress fililnglerv Laths, Ktc
VOnr faellltiel are nnanrpaased by any lawmill in the South for 111. in g ordera promptly.
Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Stop Lumber and Cypres! Shingles a ipeoialtr: also, Framing
Lumber of all dimension!. We make tbe Wholesale Businesi a ipeoial feature. Ordera
No.124 Jefferson Street
lie Played Baseball
His Home Run Hit Captured
the Heart of an Heiress.
It was a olose and exoiting game. Eight
Inninga had been play el, and the score itood
a tie. Mempbii had retired its opponent in
the ninth inning without icoring. ( Memphis
was at the bat. Two men were out. Two
trikei bad boen called upon the man at the
bat. The next ball pitched came straight
toward him. Then it took a audden curve.
He swung his bat. Would be miss it? The
excitement was painful. There was a quick,
short stroke. Ah I he has bit the ball. Away
high in the air it sails. See, the center
fielder is chasing it. The spectators hold
their breath. Suddenly there is one tumul
tuoni shont. The ball has gone far over the
head of the fielder, who is chasing it.
Around the basea speeds the batter. He
touches the home plate and the viotory is
won. Bouquets are showered upon him.
He looks np jus-t in time to see a lovely girl
take a bunch of roiaa and throw them at hia
feat. Aa he gracefully pick! them np their
eyea meet. A humble bate ball player hat
captured a rich heireas.
" Go," she says to him two weeka later,
"go to the Misfit Clothing Parlors, 262 Sec
ond street, and order your wedding suit."
She waa rich in common sense as well aa
If yon want the best of clothing for the
least money, oome to the Miafit Clothing
Parlors, 262 Saoond street, opposite Court
Extra Attractions for Summer
Great Bedactlon. In Nil Ha,
Great Beduetlon. In Pants.
The best clothing in the world for really
leas than others ask for poor ready-made gar
menta. This is why it pays to buy at the
Mlsiit Clothing Parlors,
262 Second SI reel,
Oppo.lt) Court Sejaare Mentphl.
ne-Fcr SO dayi the entire etock of Fine
Cuatom Clothing will bo mid at a tremendoui
arAU alterationi to insure .perfect fit,
dona free of ehrrge
Building & Loan Association
lat Nerlr. matured tn 12H month.
2el tterle. snatnrel In 110 month..
Profit In lat Merle., Hit per .hare),
front In Sid berW.,tM per .nare.
Theae two Merle paid otr In full.
NewSerle..peapl. Money to Loan.
A (good Mnvluge Bank.
For farther Information, call en
Secretary, 2s Ham .treet.
Ti. TV. SPEEBS, Jr., President.
T. H. HICr, Secretary.
tTOi account of other engagement re
quiring my entire personal attention, I have
concluded to quit the mercantile part of my
buaineas, and now 4er my entire stock of
for sale. Will rent or lease to purchaser, if
desired, my two-itory iron-front building,
containing stock, on reasonable terms. Any
one wishing to go into buiinni can'iecure a
bargain by calling on GEO. LAKE,
JulyS. Itm ORKNADA, MIS3.
No. 6227, R.D.-Chancery Court of gholby
county, Tenn. Edmund Orgill vs. J. A.
W igga et al .
BY virtuo of an order of sale made in tbe
above cauaa, if not sold sooner at pri
vate sale, I will lell at public auction, to the
highest bidder, for cash, the following prop
erty at the follawing timea and plaoei :
First. On the premiaea.at southeast cor
ner of Court and Lauderdale streets, Mem
phis, Tenn., beginning at 10 o'clock a.m.
aaonday, Jnly ii. A, I will aell : Lot
or Tank! and Uoti, rotor Pump", one wagon
Tank, one pair of Soalea, lot of Steam Pipes,
Valvoa, Cocki.Connectionaa Pittlnae. Stocks.
Dies, Tongues, Tools and other machinery,
being part of tbe property constituting the
outfit of Hie leuneaaea Oil Oompany.
fcecond. In front of No. 2iW Front street,
Memphis, Tenn., beginnine at 2 o'clock
P.m. Monday , July lltt, !, I will sell
one Folding Derk, one Lounge, one Type
Writer, one large Tnble, one Railing, one
SUnding Dei k, one Flat-top Deik, one Safe,
one large Cabinet tor lamplei, one Latter
Preaa, one Water Cooler, one Cycloatyla,
eight Window Shadea, two Revolving Chaira,
two Office Chairs, one Stove and riiturei,
one Matting, one pair Letter Scales.
C. H. RAINK, KoccWar.
METER, Sec'y and Xreaa.
Scraper and Cart Harness. t
Memphis, Tenn. I
Deviled Crab., Shrimp,
Salmon, Fresh fan Mackerel,
Brook Tront, Oy.ter.,
Mackerel In Tomato Catsnp,
Sweet Staffed Pickle.,
Soar Pickle, by thecal, and In Jan,
Pickled Onion., Hot Relish,
Wooater Sauce, Tomato Catsup,
Caper., Hn.tard, Curry Powder, i
Salad Dressing;, Olives, Olive Oil. '
Cream Cheese, Celery Sauce,
Celery Salt, Etc , Etc.
J. T. BUCKHAM & CO-
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers. ,
a IS Main SU, Memphis, Tern
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
TUBE rAISTS, CANVAS, Etc. '
- IMPORTER AND DEALER IH
Huns, AmmnnitloD, Fishing Tackle
and Base-Kail Hoods. .
WHOLKSA LB AND RETAIL.
834 Main Street, Mempbia, Tennl
Manufacturing and Repairing oi Suns a
TUB pnrtnerabip heretofore eriating be
tween ECKKKLY, STUNS A CO. is
this day dissolved by mutual consent, W. T.
Stone and L C. Tyler assutring the payment
of all liabilities and are alone authorised to
collect all debts due the firm, and will con
tinua in business as Cotton Faotors and Com
Memphia, Tenn., July 10, 19KB.
SHEA & MCCARTHY, Fropr's,
U0, 142, 141 Front, Memphis.
ONR 01 THK LAR8JE8T BOILIR SHOPS
in the South, and the only complete
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Works in the oity.
Manufacturer, of Heavy plato irea
work of every description. Special
attention rive) to ntentallon work-
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON, f
Imparters and dealer. In . armanrV
nltlon and Flsblna; Taaekle, Dalloarr.
Hardware, fclcctrle Bell, and ht,
uneiatenfor Hotel! and Realrtanci,a..
Main street. Menapbl Tenn. Eleotrid
supplies always oa band. Repairing neatiy I
Importer and Dealer la
enna, Fisblnar Tackle and Sparta,
men. Supplies. aar Special attention
given to MANUFACTURINti sad &g
413 Main Nt Memphis, Tons
J. F. HOLST & BR0.
(SUCCE8SOB8 TO O. X. HOLST a BBO.
320 maix st., Memphis;
A VTJLL and complete itotk of Woo4 ani
MeUllioOaaei and Caakeu, Cloth'Cor
arad CaskeU and Burial Hobei alwaTaa.
band, air .Orders by ttlsrrapa proaiPtil
Zo (lucrum nnsle Malforil