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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY. JULY 23, 1886.
MIUftlD TI5E TABLE.
jtrle,Hew OrldMf i Term R'y
NIMilPPI VALLEI BOUTK.
ecl after May 3, Into, put Milter trelni on
this rotd will run ai follow! :
' 'fAsfMAIL. Bonth. ;North
MtmphtlW- A J:p.m :e.m
lala .B : P-m 7:21 a.m
,4lind. ..C 10:3 p.m 4:07 a.m
VTckibart. .....D 1:0 a.m 1:13 a.m
Barriion - E ;:44 a.m 11:18 p.m
ithel.. F.... 5:24 a.m 8: p.m
Baton Hoaire...rt.- :14 a.m 7:M p.m
yewOrleiini U witiO a.m 6M p.m
A With .11 llnei entering Memphia.
f-With M.1N.W.R, R. for Helena.
C or Greenville nd Huntington, mod kll
D-With V. A M. knd V,, 8. A P. R.llro.di.
I-WithN.,J. Ac. R. R. lor Hatch.! and
J For Point, on th. Branch.
9 With it.am.ri lor Bayou Bark.
H With railroad, diverging lor Florida,
Imi and Coaatlooinu.
3kti.fi. EDWAKDS, V. P.andO. M.
A. JKflAPP. (i. P. A.
MlMlnlppI and Tmewn.-Iralu
njove u follows! i'ew Orleans nail arrival
daily at S :26 a.m.; leavei daily at 5:00 p.m.
RtwMri Bewa and Mlaalaalppt Tal
Traim mora aa tollowi: Fast in
leave, at 10:00 a.m.: Kt. Louis fast tin
Ihtu kt 5:30 p.m.t Fast lint arrives at 1:30
p.m. Bt. Lonli fut Una arrival at 9:05 a.m.
Lonlevllle aad Haahvllle Tralni
roT. aj followa : Fait mail arriv.i daily at
;Uk.m.: I.av.i atl0:10 p.m.: mail leave!
dally at 10:10 k.m.; arrival kt 4:00 p.m.
Brownsville accommodation! leave! daily'
aao.pt Snnday, at 5:00 p.m.: arriv.i daily,
leapt Sunday, kt 8:50 k.m. (itandard time).
Memphis and I.Htle Bork. Tralm
ov. ai follow! (central itandard time):
Ko. 1 leavei daily at 4:20' p.m.; krriv.i at
Snop.m. No. 3 leavei at 6:55 a.m. ; arrive!
kt a :hd a.m. No. 6 (freight) leavei Hopefleld
dally (eioept Sunday) kt 6:00. k.m.i arrival
at 7 :lfl p.m.
Clnir R.nt-(K!UU 'lty, Sprlnar
rid aad .mphla)- Train! leave M. and
T. depot aa follow!: No. 4, Kantai City .
frees, leavei kt 10:45 k.m. I No. 3, Kaniai
City express, arriv.i at 3:30 p.m. No. 2,
KansaeCity mail, leavei at 6:00 p.m. t No.U,
Eamaa City mail, arrival at 8:45 k.m. No.
I, tit. Louli and Chicago eipresi, leavei at
1:00 p.m. i Ne. 1, Bt. Louis and Chicagooa
press, arrive! at 1:45 a.m. In effect Sunday,
April 18. 18H8.
Memphis and Charleston Train!
move aa follow! : Through .xpresi leavei
daily at 10:40 p.m. Mail and eipreii leave!
daily at 10:00 a m. Somervllle aooommoda
tion leavei daily, eioept Sunday, at o:30
p.m. Through eipresi arrive! daily at 5:25
a.m. Mail and eipreii arrive! dally kt 10:00
S.m. BomerviDe acoonmodation arrival
ally, eioept Sunday, at 8 s30 a.m.
Memphis, Birmingham and Allan
tie Holly Springe RouU Tralne move aa
followi: No. 1 leavei Memphia dally at 8:46
p m.i arrive at H1ly Hprinii at 5:58 p.m. i
So. t leavei Ilnlly Springs daily at :O0
a.m.i arrive! at Memphis at II :15 a.m. I No.
Heaves Memphis daily at 7:16 p.m., arrival
,t Holly Bprlngi at lino p.m.) no. o neves
oily epringa aauy at diio a.m.! arrive! at
ampnii at wy r
WiaimtTO, July 23, 1886, 1 k.m.
Indioationa: For Tennessee, gener
ally fair weather ; stationary tempera
tare. For'lrkansaa.Jfair weather; fol
lowed by' local rains, stationary tem
arratnre. . Indications.
ForSiimtrippi, Louisiana and Teat:
Local, raimt fdlowrd hy fair veattur;
at alionary mprrature; varwiiU vrind.
or Tenntm: Generally fair vraUier;
tta-.ionary tmperatwt; variable windt.
Maihorolofleal Heporf .
7:00 a.nim967 71.0 Calm. hary.
11:00 a.mJL'0 0'8 8U.0 K.E. hiiy.
8H p.m.Wtf)2 87.0 W. clear.
7Kp.m.lfl.fl2l 87.0 N. clear.
10:00 p.m.W.ii7ll 78 0 I M. I clear,
" Maximnn temperature, 88.
Mlnimnn temperature, 68.
Or.one, 11a.m., in
1 tkrvydiioa Recloa.
Bwk" Birvici. TJ. a Abut, 1
. July 22. 1880-6 D.m.
rMoUiAoltoli'tfrauis and renorta for
thebvneV! commerce and arlcal-tnre,-
l -widon bulletin lor the
twenty -roar hoars ending July 22nd, at
7 i i
emhta 88 68 .00
aasfriHe 86 00 .00
; Graid Junction... 89 62 .00
Ooratii 98 m .00
Tncambia 85 6 .00
De-atnr 80 05 .01
BcitUtwro..... 85 61 .00
ifattsville 80 71 .00'
Beinando.. 87 63 .00
Grenada M 85 04 .40
Arinirton fX) 51 .00
towns ville .. 89 01 .00
Mian K 57 .00
. 0 46 .00
CbyinKton... W) 68 .00
yersburg. 2 68 .00
BpllTar-.. 88 02 .00
Holly Springs 88 67 .00
Oxford 80 70 .00
Saras M 1680 1181 .41
Means 88 62 .02
a B B
V&rand jury meets today.
I he Democratic candidates are
making a thorough canvass, and find
everything to their taste,
r Licenses to marry wore issued va
terday to Wilson Thomas and Jane
Applebury, Alex Peterson and Mary
The asseti and liabilities of Bon
C. Jolley A Co. cannot be stated
definitely until Mr. Jollev's arrival
Piovidence Chapel has leased the
tobogiian privileges for Fiidsv, July
24th, beginning at 2 o'clock, aiid will
. use tbe proceeds to aid in building a
"more commodious place of worship.
Those who have been banking on
disaffection in the Heuiocratic ranks in
the First Ward will find themselves
grievously mistaken. All is eeiene.
The Democratic Executive Com
mittee experiences liit!o trouble in
raising an ample campaign fund. The
merchant are .determined thnt !
ticket shall be elected by at lea't 2000
Hodgps, Gay snd Taylor, who
were engaged in the cuttir.g scrape at
Kaleigh jHt fcunday, sent word to
Justice I'ior yesterday that they
would samuider, and asking him to
set their trial for 2 o'clock pm.
Dolan, the yon tig man wh3 wis so
dangerously stabbed, is said to be in a
fair way to recover.
Dunayant, Kel'y A Piper adver.
tiss in the Nashville papers for 2000
men at f 1 25 a day to work on the
Memphir, Birmingham and Kansas
City railroad between Birmingham
and Warrior river.
Lush Brown, who killed Oprr
Caldwell over a game of craps on the
Enslcy p'ace la'tmoDth, wss captured
by th Sheriff of Marion on a telegram
from Jailor Lawless snd brought back
to the city yesterday.
An instance is recalled of a boy
shot in the bead here several years ago
who lived eighteen months. I)r.
r-aundera is (aid to have bad charge
of the case, but the name of the bay
cannot be remembered.
The Padfic Express Company bave
moved into their now quartotson South
Court itreet, which were especially
fitted up tor the purpose. It is one of
the handsomest places in the city,
with every facility for transacting
their large and increasing business.
If a man kicks or bests a dog wan
tonly be excites, and junti , the con
tempt of his neighbors. How much
more worthy of that contempt is the
cowardly rnfDan who strikes and kicks
a helpless woman, and one whom be
believes to be tnceintt. This is the
light in which Mr. Hidden should
view every such caie of wsault.
The suit of Mrs. G. F. Blao
against H. Lindemann for damages
was begun in the Circuit Court yester
day. Mr. Ulanr, rented a house from
L'ndemann, the closet being bail
over a deep vault of the old fashioned
kind. The rotten floor gave way one
day beneath the feet of Mm. Blanz.
who is a large, heavy lady, and she was
precipitated into the vile depths hi-
It is generally believed that Mr.
HaJilen made a great mistake in per
milling the young man Cotton to go
free of any punishment. When he made
the assault upon his mistress he did so
in the moat cowardly way, believing
her to be enceinte, and knowing that In
committing the assault there was risk
ol murder following upon it. He
should have been puni-hed for an as
rault with intent to kill. It is jutt
barely pucsible that Air. llntlden smis
apnlied leniency may lead to the com
mission of a capital oileosa before
many months bave passed away.
Peabody lletel Stand,
Hajoso Hotel KUid.
Cigar Palace, 810 Mala Street,
Headquarters for Horace K. Kelley A
Co a fine Key West cigars. The trade
supplied at New York prices. Cigars
by the box a specially.
I. SAMKLSON i CO.,
Thomas Keei.t snd daughter, Mits
Mamie, have loft for New York City to
spena me summer.
Cm,. William O. Faoi.knxb, of liip-
Icy, Mint , who divides his time in
writms. nnvels and building railroads
is at the Peabody. He is a headlight
ia anyming be undertakes.
Mm. M. L. Mxacbam and Mr. Louis
Meacham departed last Friday for
New York, where they will remain for
several days and then sail for Europe
by ioe steamer uty oi uome.
Mies Io Simmis, Mr. Thomas J,
Bemmss and Mrs. Marianne Bennies
Mr4aock left todav, by the Kansas
Uty iniiroad, lor lour months' tour
in Colorado and New Mexico,
Mijob JamksA. Sanoston, general
oouiaern pawngor agent oi the llli
no's Central, is circn'ating among his
friends again, altera success! ul tour
through the South and West
F. riRBC , agent of the Lackawann"
line and general Southern agent of th
Louisville, New Albany and Chicago
railway, wim Headquarters at L,in B'
ville, is in tbe city on business con'
nected with his line.
WoBDiuanl to Un. H, B. Formal.
At a meeting recently held in Mem
phis, Tenn., it was resolved that a call
be made on all ex-Confederates, and
all thore who feel in accord with the
movement, to contribute of their mita
to the building of a monumeut to be
erected to the memory of oar lute
cbieiutin and commander, Gen. N. B,
i-urrrei. Jill WUO W1SO IO SUDSfnOe
and nave their names emblazoned on
the scroll of memory, will pleae call
on, or correspond th. W. W. BcJion
held, treasurer, of Memphis, Tenn.
11 vi put our shoulders to the wheol,
and incnsfs will soon crown our ef
forts. All papers friendly to this cause
wiu piease publish the above.
J. F. SMITH,
it. V. RAMHAIIT,
. V U. O. OALLAWAI,
K. J. ULACK,
' " " Committee
Hanaft-rain liana lea Mai ford
..new "l'rummond 's" two tin tsg
naenrai iear 'iorjacro. Mild im
elegant. The only genuine. See that
two im tacs are on each pluor. Hh.
ware oi imitations.
KnlltHiKa A S eiamini. n uii.
Drumaond's Nataral Leaf,
The onlv iwnnine 'Natnrl TaJ
iuumcco in me maraet; "two tin tags,
one on each end of the ping;" a mild,
elegant chew. Don't be deceived into
buying imitations. Take nona hntfclm
oriirinal "Drummond's Natural Leaf'
Ha laUfMlr. aa Lanamiu fn
riaaablaia; aad WM-t'UUaia;
Malford. JswAlitr. 8S4 Main. ao.
Ucits orders from the country.
OrderwSIallord 91 Sad e 9frMlal.n
V LrjunBOBo's perfume. Edenis
i.untiDorg-s perfume, Alpine Violet.
I.nndboru'a mufnma. Ulv nl tha
Valley. " r .
Lnndborg'i perfume, Marchal Kiel
NiwOhlanb. Jnlv 22 . Nlohf A v.
rived: Citvof N.w
Departed: U. P. Schenck, Cincinnati.
Vicxsbobo. Jnlv 22. Niirht Da.
parted : Annie P. Kilvar. Citv nf Cairn.
St. Louis; City of Natchea, New Or
leans. Cincinnati. Jnlv 22. Nicht Rivr
. . . . '. . :
iu iuoi inches on the cause and
ising. Weather cloudy, clear and
Louikyillb. Julv 22. Ninht Rivar
falling nlowlv. with 6 feet 0 inches
in the canal and 3 feet 4 inches on the
fall'. Btisineaa dull. Weather clear
Cairo, July 22-Night River 15 feet
5 inches on tbe gauge and falling.
Wenther clear and warm. No ar
rivals. Departed: Paris O. Brown,
New Orleans, ;
B. LO WEXSTEI.V A BROS
Midsnramer Clearing Kale.
will be a memorable day for
BIG BARGAIN'S t
BPK4 IAL KALE OF
TOWELS! TOWELS! TOWELS
We place on silo today the very
host bargains in towels, we
have but three lots, quantities
limited, and we positivelyaj
tert that no such values
were ever offered in the
city before Call and
see them and judge for yourselve
20 dozen towels, that cannot be
bought anywhere for less than
$5 00 per dozen ; these we bave
marked to close at so cts each
25 dozen towels, finer quality thsn
I lie Dret lot. very large size
same goods sell at 17 50 per doz
en ; this lot we have marked to
close at Bo cts each,
Oar tine novelty towels, haadsom
designs, open work, knotted
fringes, etc.: thess goods are
worth from $10 to $12 per doz
en; we bave marked them to
close at 60 cts each.
Battens ! Buttons ! Buttons !
We offer inducement) ia th's de
partment that excel all our previous
etiorts. we will pises on sale to
loose batons, from 1 to 2) dozen i
each box. ''The real value of each
package is from 25o to 50o not
lets; we went to close them out
quickly, and in order to accomplish
our puipose will sell them at
10 Cents per Box.
100 grots full ball pearl buttons, re
duced from 35c and 50c per
20 Cents per Dozen.
100 gross white pearl buttons, re
cured lrom l&c to
7 1-2 Cents per Dozen.
100 gross Roman pearl buttons, all
colors, at exactly halt price,
7 1-2 Cents per Dozen.
Parasols! Parasols! Parasols
One lot finest satin parasols, no
lace, lined, bright colors. at $1 70.
One lot finest black satin parasols,
lined, no isce, at $1 oo.
One lot black satin parasols, lined,
lace trimmed, $1 bo.
100 fine black satin parasols, lined
wiae lace trimming, canopy top,
200 children's finest satin parasols,
an colors, at ou cents each.
We have placed on our cheap
tame another lot oi ladies an wool
jerseys, colors : navy blue, seal and
garnet, with ribbon bow and lan
back, At 76 cents.
iu doz?n black all wodI lerseys,
scalloped bottom, braided in
black, at $1 3
10 dozen black all wool jerseys,
pleated in back, at ft 3d.
10 d;z)n finest all wool jerseys,
coaching back, tailor made, at
llandkercblefs ! Embroidery!
1C0 dcr.n Bents' linen white hem
nmcns'i nanuKeri'Qiets, at 10
200 dozen ladies' colored borde
hemstitched handkerchiefs, at
600 remnants of embroidery, all
widths and lengths, at just
LAST YOU WILL GET.
'OrlA Int nnan TiapV nnlanndrta
sniris, linen bosom, reiniorced
iron is, good material aad well
made, at 87 1-2 renin
One lot open back nnlaundried
shirts. New York Mills cotton
1HOO llnAn hiwm ra
front, continuous slay binding
in back anil alnnvm at AK ennta
One lot 6 and 8 pleat, open front
uuiminnneu sniris, linen bos
oms, reinforced front'. Waure
gnu cotton and well finished, at
Wash Fabrics ! Wash Fabrics !
50 robes put no in boxes contain
tng 15 yards plain material and
10 yards oi embroidery, reduced
from $5 00 to Si 60 Each.
100 ploces splendid shirting percale
our vtry best goods, 4-4 wide,
reuueeu io v cents ner vard.
10(H) remnants of our verv beat
wasu launcs, sucn at t rench
sateens and ginghams, Persian
figured lawns, all desirable
goods, in lengths from 5 yaids
to 12 yards, at less than Half
Oar patrons w ill ploass remember
that tonnrrow (SATURDAY)
we close promptly at
II. LO WEXSTKIX aV ItKUN
ME5EEN AND COMPANY.
We bave received another ship
Ladles' Muslin Underwear,
which we place on sale todav,
These garments were made to or
der: the lowest grade is quits as
well made as tbe most expensive,
No trashy ttnn is offered. All new
freehand desirable goods that any
lady can use. A lew prices sre
given but it icaifely gives an idea
Tremendous Mass Exposed
OUR COUNTERS TODAY.
Ladies should fee snd examine
At 28c, Domestic skirts hemmed
At 17c, Ladies' domestic chemise
made of good muslin and sewed
in tie best manner.
xi s.o uosd domestic gowns
sleeves snd neck trimmed
roonv, well made snd finished!
At 25t, Splendid chem'se, good
domestic, well made; well
At 46c, Good tkir, tucked aud
At om Elegant chemises, square
neck, trimmed in embroidery
anoiace: regular si cnem sa.
At VaCk Beautiful embroidered
nightdresses; wortb $2. A great
At G 7 f, Beautiful cambric corset
' overs, torchon lace tnmminir.
I At $1, Hand embroidered French
gown and chemises ; also
r 60(1 Extra fine garments, chemises.
gowns, skins and drawers, more
expensive at regular prices than
there is a demand for, will be
onere today at
60 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
Lidiee of taste and judgment
can appreciate tneee undoubted
bargains. AH perfectly new fresh
gooas, no uaa whatever.
Today we offer (because we have
too many )
800 Pair ladle o genuine kid button
shoes, worri anywhere in the
country $250 a pair. Today
we win sen inem at
$1 63 i PAIR. 1 3
Thess are oar regular goods.
iresn am? perect. we merely
have 300 pair more thsn we need
in stock; and ofier them cheap to
clear toem oar.
( Ladies, you have often seen and
Jongbt r i
BARGAINS IN WHITE GOODS,
but we-ysnture to say yon never
had mcl bargains onered ae you
i .-j i r
tun gei iruiu uo hjubjt iu
No 6c or 6c goods, no blenched
domes io with a cord run through
to make a stripe or piatd, but genu
ine imported sheer mnslins in all
the new effects of stripes and bais
Pure White and Eern,
goods that are sold right along for
ouo, oop and 4iic,
TODAY ONLY Iff CENTS.
Think of it ladies, real French
goods that will not thicken or turn
yellow in washing, be, uo and 70
gnods are valueless when compared
This White Fabric for 1 Cent;
worth mor than double. War
ranted not-to thicken or disco'or
In washiog. A diets made from
these Eoods you ran be proud of,
It does not cairy cheapness on the
face ox it like common goods, which
can 'tte recognized at a distance as
of AJow grade.
PURE WHITE CRINKLES,
an article that Is very scarce; also
NEW CORDED MARSEILLES,
At See to SOe a Tard.
This sale will continue all day
that is, all our day from 8 a m. to
Wore opens promptly every
working" dy-wt-8 a.m. and closes
promptly eery working day at
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
JaVH C. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
. Nog. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
Saddles, Harness, Collars,
SABFTiY H HD WAItE AND LEiTHEIi.
ter SPECIAL PRICES k Railroad ant levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness, -m
THE OAK HALL
Calls special attention t
Their Regular Clearing Sale of the
Season. The Bargains we Of
fer will be on Our
Tables for Your
ine toiiowmg is a partial list
thereof not only in figures, but in
A lot of Children's Odd Knee
A lot of Children's Blue Flannel
A lot of Children's Suits, your
choice, at $2.
A lot of Children's Seersucker'
Suits, SI 75.
A lot of Children's Fine Casei
mere Suits, agee 4 to 10, regular
price $7 and $10; now $4.
"A lot of Boys' Seersucker Coats
and Ves's, $1 25.
A let of Boys's Sailor Suite, in all
- Men's all wool Cassimere Suits,
formerly 18 and fi'0; now $10.
Men's all wool Cassimere Panto,
from broken suit, worth $t, $7
and $8: your pick now at S3 50.
M anm IsAaran stir a C-ai m an1
u.tsu a av v Dutaui vvniaj amasu
Vesta, beet, 2 20.
The Balance of Our Entire Sum
mer Stock will be Sild in
Ljke Proportion Re
". gardless of Cost.
While Offering This GREAT SAC
Oar Terms will be Strictly Cash,
and No Goods on Approbation.
OAK HALL CLOTHING HOUSE,
. 251 Main St , opposite Odd Fel
SOL. HALLE, Prop'r.
Fine Watch repairing at Malford's.
V S. Levy
Is the old reliable trunk manufacturer
of the South, where all good work can
be found at low prices, and repairing
done without delay at no. 3is main
street, opposite reabody Motei.
8 rild Silverware at Mnlford'i
Ad f loo to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
should alwavs be nsed when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
sufferers at once ; it produces natural.
Quiet, Bleep 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 cums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regnlatas the
bowels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising irom
teething or other causes. Twenty'
five cents a bottle.
IS RIMOVBD BT THI CSS OF OOCOASIHB,
And it stimulates and promote the
growth of the hair.
Bnmatt's Flavoring Rrtrwi r th
A !(,! 1T1V CURB FOR
On. to two tauiitoonfale,
(..'tiuln. ('ha. OacRAao Si.t. In
K4nlf.j pitrltMf at llo. andJfc,
iiaiiiu. aiti ioid in duik.
Crab Orchard Water Co.. Prop'rs.
S N IONFS Mn.r. LoulTtll. Ky
Thii 11KLT or He
generator ia madeex-
preuiy lor me cure
of dereneratioi oi
XW SIC BLTiin. ' Xh-re t. no
FOR r? roll take abou' tbiiln
a Vvi Zs , itrument tha eon
B a Nfwz ,tinuoa atream ol
mention tbronch the
naxta Dill restore
to h.nlth action. Do not eonloand
thia with fclArttrtn luita advertised to pare
all llli from head to toe. It it for the ON K
peoifio nurpoM. For oiroulari cirlnf fnll
nformatlion, addreae Cheerer KI.otrioB.lt
C.. V& Wathinaton itreet, Chica .ill.
Jama St. Ooodbar I Win. 1 Clark Knaene J. Carrlnajton Frank G. Joaea
iIaat ArllaIiect 1880.1
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis. Tenn.
WE offer to HERCHAKTN ONLY th. largest and bett Itoek af Boot and Bhoei we
havo ever brought to thia market, and which cannot be larpuBed in qnalit and
atylei by any huiae in thia or any other city. In addition to a oomplete line of Eaatern
made aooai, tncludina the t'ELKBKeTEO uwuuuak till. KKWUaAN, we handle
a large and lelen stock of Cuitom-made Ooodi for Men, Women, Hiuei and Children. We
carry, number of the beat makes in the
tk.m Itha Wall kr... M .n ' fl.lf T4nn.
e alio carry a choice line
Calf Goods, maanfnetured by Krippendorf,
ear nooa oeiore ouying eiBewnere, ana we f aaratitee everyming we leu to give iatittaotion.
mxmgaB A I ,
Urlnkley, Ark Slauuractnrers I
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
ASD DEALERS IS
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Dressed Flooring, Celling-, Weathor-Boardlng
Cypress Shingles, Laths, Etc
aa-Our faoUltlea are nnanrpaiied by any lawmill in the Sonth for 81 ingorderi promptly.
Flooring, Ceilitig, Siding, Step Lumber and Cypreia Shinglea a epeoialtvs alio, Framing
Lamber of all dimeniioni. We make th. Wholeiale Bnaineia a apeoial feator. Oraara
aolicited and promptly tiled.
GEO. BAYJf IIlLER, AOENT,
No.'124 Jefferson Street Memshis. Tennessee.
lie Played Baseball
His Home Rna Hit Captured
the Heart of an Heiress.
It was a oloie and exciting game. Eight
innings had been playel, and th. teor. itood
a tie. Memphil had retired iti opponent in
the ninth inning without icoring. Memphil
waa at tha bat. Two men were .at. Tw.
atrikea had been called upon the man at th.
bat. Tha next ball pitched cam. ttraight
toward him. Then it took a indd.n eure.
He swung hit kat. Would he mill it? The
xoitement wai painful. There waa a quick,
abort itroke. Ah I be haa hit the ball. Away
high In tha air it laili. See, th. eenUr
Bolder la ehaiing it. Th. apMtatora hold
their breath. Suddenly there ia one tumul
tnoua ahout. The ball haa gone far over th
head of the (elder, who ia ehaiing it.
Aronnd th. baiea ipeedi th. batter. B.
touches the horn. plat, and th. victory ii
won. Bouquets are showered upon him.
He looks up juit in time to lee a lovely girl
take a bunch of rotes and throw them at hii
feet. Aa he graoefully picka them np their
ey.a meet. A humble baa. ball player haa
captured a rich heireia.
" Go," ahe aaya to him two weeka later,
go to th. Miiflt Clothing Parlors, 262 Sec
ond itreet, and order your wedding anit."
8b. waa rich in eommon aem. aa well aa
If you want the belt of clothing for the
leaat money, come to th. Miafit Clothing
Parlors, 262 Second itreet, oppoaite Court
Extra Attractions for Summer
(J real Bednetlon In Nulla,
Great Seductions In Paella.
The beit clothing in th. world for really
leal than otheri aik for poor ready-madear
menta. Thii ii why it paya to buy at th.
Misfit Clothing Parlors,
262 Seconal Street,
Opposite t'.nrt Senate.. Memphlf .
tar TcT 30 dava the entira atnnV nf Via.
Cuatom Clothing will b. sold at a tremendoui
aver All alteration! to imnra a nerfect fit.
done free of ohnrre.
Building & Loan Association
lat Series matured In 136 months.
Sd Merles matured In 116 monthe.
Proflt In lal Series, 7t per share,
rroui In ltd aeries, H4 per share.
Tbeae two Series paid off In rail.
New Series opened. Money to Loan.
A aood Havings uank.
For farther Information, call an
Secretary, 308 Main atreet.
Jf. W. SPEEBS, Jr., Prealdent.
T. H. H1CE, aieeretary.
On account of other engagement! re
quiring my entire perional attention, I hare
concluded to quit tbe mercantile part ol my
bniin.ii, and now for my entire itock of
for eale. Will rtnt or lease to purchaser, if
desired, my two-story iron-front building,
containing itock, on reasonable terms. Any
on. wishing to ge into buiineii canTiecur. a
bargain by calling on CEO. LAKE,
July5. IBM. GRENADA. MISS.
No. 6227, R.D.-Chnncery.Court of Shelby
county, ienn. tamuna urgiu vs. j. a.
Wiggi et al.
BY virtue of an order of sale made in the
above cause, if not sold looner at pri
vate sale. I will sell at oublio auction. IaIK.
highest bidder, for cash, the following prop
erty at tbe following times ana places :
First. On the premise., at louthoaat cor
ner of Court and Lauderdale itreets, Mem
phis, Tenn., beginning at 10 o'clock a.m,
atonday, July 36.1WH6, 1 willaell: Lot
of Tanks and Coil, lot of PujntM. on. Wmnn
Tank, one pair of Scales, lot of Steam Pipoi,
Valves, Cocks, Connections, HHtinas, Stocks.
T . - . 'V . . n n .. . - Tl .1 n 1 1. V
isio-, .i'uhuohi iuuib .lit, wiu.r mirninerj,
eing part ot one property constituting the
utfttof Sie Yennessee Oil C'nmimny.
becond. In (ront ol No. WJ Front street.
Memphis, Tenn., heirinning at 2 o'clock
,.m. iif, jui si, iHwa.i will sell
ne Folding ltapk. one Loonffc. nn. Tvn.
..(i.ri, v mi i... .ni.io, viid i.ii illllg, , ilia
Standing Desk, one Flat-top Desk, one Safe,
one large Cabinet for samples, one Letter
Press, one Water Cooler, one Cyclostyle,
L . .... nM 1 ... T.. L 1 u. -
ngnt inaow snaaes, two neroiving Chairs,
wo Office Chairs, one Stove anil Fiiturai.
on. Matting, onenair Letter Scales.
v. ii. KAia, KeceiTtr.
. F. MEYER, gee'jr avnd Trcaa.
coontry, in ererv variety and stile, andamona
mA Vw... ni.n,.f..n..J II C
of Ladiei' and Mifses' Cuftnra Kid. Uoat and
Oittman 4 Co. We invite the trade to examine
Deviled Crabs, Shrimp,
Salmon, Freeh Can Mackerel,
Brook Trout, Oyatera,
Mackerel In Tomato Vataap,
Sweet StnlTed Pickles,
Soar Pleklea by thecal, and In Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Bellsb,
Wooster Bance, Tomato Catsnp,
Capers, Hnatard, Corry Powder,
Salad Dreaalna, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cbeeae, Celery Sane.,
Celery Salt, Etc., Ele.
T. F. BUCiryrATVT & CO.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers.
24S Maalai SU, Memphis, Ten!
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
TUBE PAIST8, CASTAS, Ete.
IMP0ETEE ASD DEALEE ID
GnnB, Ammnnltlon, Flshlngr Tackle
and Base-Hall Hoods.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
3HI4 Main Street, Memphis, Tens)
Manufacturing and Repairing of ttuni a
TUB partnership heretofore existing be
tireen ECKERLY, STONE k CO. ia
thia day disioWed by mutual content, W. T.
Bton. and L C. Tyler auaming the payment
of all liabilities and are alone authorised te
colleot all debt, due the firm, and will con
tinue in bnaineia ai Cotton Kaotora and Com
Memphil. Tenn., July IS, I8S6.
SHEA A McCABTHY, Propr'a,
U0, 142, 144 Front, Hemphis.
ONE OF THI LARSKST BOILER SHOPS
in th. South, and th. only eompleta
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Wurki in the eity.
annlaetarera of heavy plate Iron,
work of every description. Special
attention rivaa nlawtetloa work;
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importer! aid dealer. In Snns.AmnaB
nltlonand Viahlna Tatekle, Bnlldera'
Hardware, Kleetrlo Bells and An
na Delator, for Hotel! and Residences, US
Main street, Memphis, Tenn. Electrio
luppliei alwaya on hand. Repairing, neatly
Importer and Dealer la
final, Planing Taekle aad Sparta,
men's Snppltea. star Special attention
given to MANUFACTURINii and SS
4ia Xftiln NU Memphis, Tenn.
J. F. nOLST & BR0.
(sUtTKHSOBS TO O. H. HOLflT A BBO.
320 MAIX ST., MEMPHIS.
A FULL and complete stock of Wood and
M.tallie .'aiei and Caskets, Cioth'ov
.red Casketa and burial Uobes always cn
band. asr Orari by Uierraph prompti'