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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALS SATURDAY. HJLY 24, 1886.
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UBESlDjaSi, TELE.
aUHSlMKIPi'I WAIT BOUTS,
sac alter Mar i. ) mmi traine on
ski. road -ill run as lollowai
"AST MAIL.
South.
North.
s-
1:30 p. ml 9:.18 e.m
.B I : p. ml 7:21 e.m
.C 110:63 tt.ml 4:01 a.m
..D 1:00 a.m 1:13 a.m
....K 2:44 e.m 11:16 p.m
&:', e.mi g:Sft p.m
..U. :U e.ml 1:fi D.m
.H. I :l a.ml S:jrVm
CONNKOTIONH.
A With H lines entering Memphis.
$-Witb M. A . W . R. R. lor llelen..
C For (ireenville end Hunting Ion, and all
Arkansas point.
P-WilS V. A M. snd V.. S. P. Rai'rsada.
g,-V'ki. ."., J. AU. II. i1.. !or .tiht and
JsckjIGD.
For Point ob the Brasjn.
A With steamers lor ll,o bare
H With rallroadi il'veriring tor
Florida,
Texas anil CnarJ"tnti.
J AS. H. KDW
P. endG. M.
A. J.HMAPP. P. v. A
Mississippi ' and Tennessee. Traina
ova as follow: haw Orleans aiail arrival
daily, at tiifie.m.1 leavea daily at 6:00 i m.
' ewarllnaa4 Mlaalealppl Val
ey. Trelne shot aa lollowa: Fait In
leavea at 10:00 a.m.: St. Louis fut Una
laaTaa at 5 :S0 p.m. : Fait Una arrival at 1 :30
p.m. I St. Louie fait Una arrival at v:(Jb a.m.
LealeTllle and JSMhvllle Traina
ova ai folio! : Fast mail arrival daily at
6:15 a.m.! leavea at 10:10 p.m. i mail laavai
dully at 10:10 a.m.: arrival at 4:00 P.m.
Brownsville aooommndatiom laavai dully'
except Sunday, at 6 .-Oil p.m.: arrival daily,
sio.pt Sunday, at 8 ;60 a.m. (itaadard time).
Hrmpbli and I.lltla Rock. Train!
nova ai followi (eantral atandird tlma):
lio.l laavai dally at 4 :M0' p.m, i arrival at
M p.m. Mo. 3 laavai at 5:f6 a.m.: arrival
atS:f0a.ni. No. o (freight) leaves HonefUld
dally (exeept Sunday) at 6:00. a.m.i arrival
. ? .10 m
tiiill Knnla-dtaniaa ;ily, SnrlnaT
old anil Memphis) Traina leave M. and
T. depot aa followi: No. i, Kansas City ex
preM, laavai at 10: to a.m.; No. 3, Kansae
City express, arrival at 3:30 p.m. No. 2,
Kansas City mail, laavai atR :00n.m. I No.H,
Kansas City mall, arrives at 8:4a a. in. No.
a, St. Loall and Cbieaeo expres, laavai at
6:00 p.m.) No. 1, Ht. Loula and Chlcagoex-
Xress, arrive! at 8:45 a.m. Is effeot Sunday,
pril 18. lo.
Memphis and Charleston Tralni
u follows: Through aipraii laavai
dally at 10:40 p.m. Mail and express leave)
jUIIv t KI-OI a m. Somervllle anooinmoda-
tion lesvei daily, except Sunday, at 5:110
.m. Thmairh axnrexa arrival dailv eto:2n
a.m. Mall and express arrives dally at 1(.:00
p.m. SomerviUa Sjacouimodation arrival
dally, axoapt Sunday, at e.ao a.m.
Memphis, MrmlnBham and Allan.
Ilollv Springs Route Traini mova ai
followi: No. 1 laavai Mempbii dally at 8:45
n.m.f arrival at Roll Surinai at 6:50 p.m. t
Me. 2 laavai linlly Springs dally at 8:00
S.m.t arrival at Moanphia at 11:15 a.m. I No.
laavai Meinphti daily at 7:1ft p.m., arrival
St Holly Springs at 11:45 P.m.: No. 6 laavai
lolly Hurlnm dally at 2:16 a.m.. arrival at
lempbli aJJZmmmm
TUB WEATHER.
WmmoToa, July 24, 18M,la.m.
Indlcationa: For Tenneaseo, fair
weather, followed by local rains ; sla
tidhary temperature. For Arkaosaa,
light loral rains; stationary tempera
hire. laMxIeatloaa.
For Mimiuippi, Louitiana and Texat:
Local rain, ftJUrwcd by fair vtatiur;
ttationary temperature; variable wind,
gmiratty xnUhrrly.
For Tmnmn: Fair vcather, followed
hy local raint; tlanonary ttmptrahirt;
toiriabU vrind, becoming touthtrly.
MiMrelaaTinal alepajrt.
Mmrgn, Tim., July Zl, 188.
&i LI.
tMPBl. III I
iale..y
YloUbarg.-.
numm mwi"
Tkne. Bar. Taer.
7:00 a.m. 30 0:0 72.0
11 KM B.m. nO.Ods 8V0
8 KM p.m. 10020 00 0
7 KM p.m. 'M.Wl 80.0
10:00 p.m. :K).(XH 80 0
Oalra.
Fair.
N.
N.W.
N.W.
Calm,
iClear.
Ulrar,
Ulnar.
Ulnar.
' Minimum temperature, 70.
Grane, II m., 2.
Bahifall, 0.00.
la tk Oa(l Kaa-lsa.
8kal Hmvica, U. 8. Abmt,
July U3, im6 p.m.
Division ol telerams and report (or
the beoeflt of commerce and agricul
ture. (Jotton reion bulletin for the
t a-en ty-four houra ending July 23d, at
f o'oloik p.ir
mbmpbu pta- 5S5&S2 5
TBitrr. S ? 5 2 ? B. E
B B P
Memphis 01 70 .00
Nashville 88 4 .00
Grand Jonotion... 01 62 .00
Oorintti m G2 .00
Toaonmbia 91 2 ,(M
Decatur D2 61 .00
Scottsboro 88 60 .00
itateaville.. 88 66 .00
Hernando.. 90 67 .00
Grenada....... 88 60 .00
Arlington 92 62 .00
Brownsville....... 02 64 .00
Milan tee ! I 94 63 .00
Paris.M 95 60 .00
OoTineton..,.u... 02 63 .00
Dyerabarg... 9i A3 .00
Bolivar ... (H (13 00
HoUyHprinRS 01 65 .00
Oxford 90 65 .00
flams M 1731 1102 .00
Means 91 63 .00
DiflTRICra. gB g.
!ii
Wllminuton IH 70 .
GharleHiou 90 69 .42
irtguhta 01 71 .11
SAvannah 90 75 .41
Atlanta 90 09 .06
Montgomery 91 70 .
Mobile 92 68 .05
New Orleans. 89 74 .41
Galveston 04 76 .19
VlckabnrK 91 73 .13
Little Kot:k 92 63 .10
Memphis 91 63 .00
Bnme 1092 811 1.88
Mean 91 71) .lt'
CITY NEWS.
Chancery gales today.
Grand jury meets Tuesday:
The elcct'ons only ten days off.
The darkk'B hud a picnic at the
toboggan ycaienlay.
Every Civil D strict in the conn y,
will hnvd iti barbtcue dur'ng tbe nexi
Ion days.
The nMice Teftieri'av arrested five
more g'oc rjf iutn for b.Li.g l-tjuor
without license.
The Rsv. A. W. Lamar, of the
Cuntial Bjpllut Churth in at present
ii ling a pulpit in Knoxville.
In the Criminal Court ycfUrday
Calvin (irflvdkton was scnlenied to
three yeaiB in the penitentiary.
Wm. Vangbn ami Bt'S'io AUison,
Jessie CumnuuH and 1'ollin Swaiue,
wtrelicei'B d to murry yiBterdny.
Frank F. Todd, a llrnondo,Mi-8.
nmtdrr. r, pin ed through the city
ymterdny lucl ariceo! fllitnffD.rkery.
The Avoy Chapel conerrgtr.n
will miVe an i-xcnis;im to iN-u-hviile,
k"aviigtbii.y on the 31t Ht 10;10
p. ui.
Bi-ale s'r.et, in the vlt 'uity of the
market botfie, wai d-nbcly picked
with darky aocieiy numberj nearly
ft 1 day yesterday.
Mrs. J. L. Burdick, after spend
ing several weeks pleasantly with her
daughter, Mrs. Simon, in Ht. Louie, re
turned to her home yesterday.
The Circuit Court veeterday ren
dered a verdict of $1000 in tbe plain
tiff in the case of IJlanz vs Liodtuiann,
the details of which were given yester
day.
There are about 7000 colored peo-
p'e in the city, who came in on the
excursion ra es given by tbe railroads
rn arciunt of the meeting of the
Grand Lodu, Knights of Friendship.
The tohrtfean is sure fo re an a-
tra tion during the e.itirr biimru. r. A
lew future la tJ beittn.iluued i the
slupeolan H.Tial junplccute. Wh n
it g ar at Icafit 10,100 perrons win dj
on the g'oand.
.Some (inestir.n having beon a's:d
at to wtiwher or not Mr. H. P. linn
aim ou"d supptrt tbe Democratic
lickf t. he.'is res tl eAprsaLto stale
tliat ha will do everyihins in his power
to m cuie the elec ion ol every man
on it.
A few demsgognes who ei g
about the d ar people purely to cauh
their vote have been making an or
ganized tfijrt to gull tbe workingmen
in the various snois, but up to date
the crop of simpletons is not very
tlouriebing.
Mr. Hadden wouid not himeelf
strike orabuss a woman, epm:ially
one who was nursing another beside
hrr own life. It is therrfore all the
more attonishiug and astounding that
be wouid be so lenient t) tho coward
who aifaullod his mistresi as to let
him go free with tcaicely a rebuke.
The average workingman may n't
have time to read op the latest works
on poiitical economy, but he has suf
ficient native intelligence to ttach him
thst ninety-nine out of a hundred of
tbe men who boaet of tbe great err
vices they have peiformed fir the
workingmon are tbe merest domR
Rogues. A woman, no matter what the
errors of her life may be, always ap
peals t9 the eympattietic man, and
never appeals in vain. Hence it is that
the sympathy of the public in against
the brutal bully or cowardly ruffian
who strikes and kicks a woman. Mr.
Hadden should make a note of this
for his future guidance.
Lymns Wallace says bis enemies
put up a Job-pn him in the Republi
can Convention by circulating a report
that he received I10C0 a year for his
eervices as a member of the Legislative
Council, and thus beat him out of the
nomination. He declares that he is
candidate for Register on tbe "Lymns
Wallace ticket," and thinks be will
beat Fields without any trouble.
"Cases of remarkable recovering
from or lingering after injuries to the
bran are not tare," remarked a lead
ing physician yesterday. ''When I
fi st begin the practice of medicine
hi re I was called one day to attend a
little girl upon whom a tree bad fallen.
I found tbe skull cracked in a number
of placet and took out toveral pieces
of bone. Tbe child recovered and
grew up to be a vory spr ghtly woman.
Coronor Coleman Is non-committal
about the c iming election. Ho will
hold the election and count the
ballots, but be cannot do the voting.
If the Democrats of Shelby county
don't want to turn the almlnbtratlon
of its aflat a over to tbe Kepublican
horde for the nest eight years, they
will have tr clofo their doo B, pu'.l off
their roats and gu 1 1 work. Lukewarm
ness will not win, and if the ticket is
defeated evory Democrat who fails to
do h s duty will be reeponelble to the
extent of his vole and his influence.
There is not much whoop and
hu i rah about this campaign, but tbe
great muss of the Ddmocratic party is
thoroughly in earnest and will not
willingly klve Shelby county over into
the hand of Lawyer Hiyms, the Re
publican b.wtees and the r negro heel
ers for the next eight years. That
much they are determined upon.
Hundreds have already expressed
determination ti clone th(ir stores, go
to tbe polls and allow their young
men to go on thidayof election and
put the ticket through from top to
bottom
Peabody Hotel Ntand,
Wajeo Hotel Ntand,
Cigar I'alaee. 810 Mala Street.
Headquarters for Horace R. Kelley &
Go's floe Key West cigars. The trade
supplied at New York prices. Cigars
by me box a specially.
. I. BAMKL80N A CO.,
Hole Agent
PERSONAL.
Mm. Martin Guiffin and son,
Ma ter John Tmcy GriiUu. arrived
Irom Jacksonville, la., on Thursday
evening.
F. K. Taixby Bfsumod tbe sgency of
the Ijtnkawanna Fust. Knight Lne
I 1 -1 XT
some i"W Uiys I doc, wiiuduiod hi iau,
31 Mad bo n s reet.
At the irant'at of the members and
friends of the "Bi k Church," Chel
sea, the 1W. E. M. Hichardioti left last
n glit forM'Utegie lora mui ii nuuded
rest, lie will bnatweni unnutamonut
MixkF.ixkn Wnita, of Huntaville,
Ala , is vhi it g M an Whtutlt y, atro
21 CyutliU P ace. It ia always a spe
cial plersme to Momnhiaiis to wel
come this charming lady, w ho person
ated "Yum Yum" last evening.
Trpheld Fever.
Charles Hartford, of New Castle,
Weelchtater county, N. Y., suflered
with typhoid fever, snd was given up
to die. He was restored to health in
one week by taWi g five Brandredth
ril's everv nicht and drinking plenti
fully rf oatmeal gruel. A few do es of
Brandrtth l'lllfl will Invariably cure
any kind ol fever.
Nnbarribe lor I he "Appeal.
H to Chicago and Itcturu.
On Anirust 7tb. tbe Ksnas City
road will sell round trip tickets to
Chlcaso vl St lx)uis at the low rats
oftSOO. Tickets wM he good to re
turn for 20 davs. and otien to all.
Tiain will leave fromd'potwt 6 p. ra ,
and arrive at Chlcagi next evening at
7:10 Through coaiUki and sleepers,
For further tiarticnlars call on H. D
Ellis, Utii u ticket rgrnt, 31 Madisjn
street, t
SttlldNlUerwrirw at "liilfortt,a
A DriiKRlKirai htorj.
Mr Tno O. Chsnman. drngglst.
.,.. M V wrlrM na: "I have
no.uuipi, ... " - - - -
for the paat ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William nan s uairwa ior
the Lungs. 1 can sav of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never heard a customer epeak of
it but to praiee its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many esses of whooping
cough, with the happiest eflecta. I
have need it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
bottle iu tho medicine cloeet ready for
use."
Nulw rlle lor the "Appeal.1
KENIEX AND COMPANT.
hPECIAL XOTICE.
( liKin nvi rif unrkinff dev from 8
a in. in H ti in., iniduiiinir hatardav.
and every hour from 8 to 6 there
Will lie BUCU unnsiiHi, nnprecs
AaniaA t-.araaina am will anrnri.A UTtii
please old and young, rich and poor.
li ght here it will not be ont of
p'aca to remind the 26,000 readers
of tbis piper tbat we
HATE BUT ONE PBICE
and tbat price is marked in plain
figures on each article. No efforts
to make A. believe that bis dollar
will buy more tban B.'s dollar. We
bave emerged into the new era and
absorbed the true principles of
dealing with tbe public One price
for all, no misrepreeontationf, no
effort) to do business at the ex
pense of principle and truth. Yon
can always feel positive, that your
neighbor pays no mote and no less
f jr goods in our house tban you do.
NOW F0S TUE BARGAINS.
Attn. ..A (n.lAJ.unnlii labial'
Ul mull) lui iajuuj uuii mh ... j
and mioses' rough and ready
straw sun hata; you know their
value.
At 25c, Mifss' colore! and white
bread brim sailor Hats; Hereto
fore 60a.
At 5c. 25c and 90c, beautiful arti
fieial flowers; formerly sold at
50c and
At 25c. Choice of 500 straw bon
' nets and hats ; worth 50c, 75"j
ft and 91 -'a.
lfo8 and Men Men and Boys.
At 07c a nair. 500 knee pants, 4 to
14 years, wool goods, no trash;
woith fully' 150. See them.
Oaly one pair to each.
At 73c, All our men's $1 50 Mack!
naw straw faato.
We will pnt a base ball (a good
one) in every hat today, whether
'ibc or J.r.
150 men's coals at 25c, try one.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
Ladies, don't mi s this splendid
opportunity to get excellent,cholce
garments lor a mere trine.
SHEER WHITE GOODS.
The appreciation of the public
(or tbe great bargain 01
IMPORTED WHITE U00DS
induce us to keep them on sale for
today also. They are tbe best val
ue ever offered. 16c for imported
goods worth 40c.
SHOE S1LE TODAY.
250 pair inisrea and children's Ox
ford and Newport ties, all eizes
and styles, at 88c; reduced Irom
$2.
600 pair ladles' kid Newport but
ton and ties, at $1 35; reduced
from $2 50.
125 pair (only) men's band sewed,
French calf, low cut shoes, at 1
$4 25 ; worth $0 60. ' 1
MENKEN AND COMPANT. A
LOCAL NOTICES.
Dr. C. D. Smith, Veterinary Bur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
Chkw "Horsa Shoe" Tobacco. Best
in tbe world.
P. M. Btanlbv, funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison Btroet.
Morkiiiad's Cantaloupes, freBh
evi-ry morning, at O.iver Finnie A Co.
Dn. H. J. Bull, veterinary surgeon,
No. 378 Main street, at Edwards'
stable.
Clkab Watkr hot and co!d baths,
25c, at the Turkish Bathhouse, No.
222 Second street, near Adams.
Mirs Lb willy n will take pupils in
elocution during the summer Del
sarte method. Call at No.;8 Adams
street.
Thb Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonioand entl-nerlodlo known. A certain
and tare eare for chilli. Vrioell par bot
tle Bemi atami. for olrouleri. Any ref
erence tixen. Addred John 0. Hooker,
Lynoubera, Va. ,
Dm. 6m A Niily have kocoine as
sociated In the practice of medicine,
with their office and residence at 120
and 128 Hernando street. Telephone
4(15.
G. W. Mi 1.1 kr A Co., Patent Asbestos
Fire Proof ltoofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on. wood,
tin, iron, felt and gravel roofs. 55
Madiion street.
No will regulated household should
be without a bottle oi Amuobtcra Bit
tsrs, the world renowned appet'aer
and invigorator. Beware of counter
feit. Ask yonr grocer or druggist for
the genuine article. Manufactured by
Dr. J . d. B. blegort A Hons.
Thi Women's Exchange, 297 Sec
ond street, continues opun. All con
signor of iel.iee, preeerves, pickles,
etc., should be prepared for buey
trade tbis fa'l as many absent home
keepers will furnish their shelvee Irom
oor stock. We solicit corsignmenis
in every department for tbe (all trade.
Urt Hailed- Laiomulln 1040
your jMimhlnar.
lt ld Thin.
Chew "Drnmmond'a" twa tin tag
"Na ural lal" Tobacco. Mild and
e'enint. The only genuine. Bee tbat
"two tin tags" are on each ping. Be
ware ol imitation".
Mnlford, Jeweler, 2ttt Main, so.
IteltB orders from the country.
It. LOWEXKTEO A BROS J
OUR PATRONS WILL PLEASE
REMEMBER
That Today, SAtarday,
0UK STORE
CLOSES PROMPTLY AT
1 o'clock.
UNTIL THAT HOUR
Ton Can Buy Big Bargains
THROUGHOUT
EVERY DEPARTMENT.
MIDSUMMER CLOSING SALE
CONTINUES.
We Have Determined to C'lese
Oat
ALL OF TIII3 SEASON'S 1'UK
CHASES
REUAbDLESS OF COST.
The Loss It) Oars, the (lain Yours.
IF YOU CANNOT
Call Tody Before 1 0'Clock
FLEA8B RISERVI I
YOUR PURCHASES UNTIL
. 4 MONDAY
And We Will dive Ton
BETTER YALUES
Thai Any House In tbe City.
B. I.OWEXSTEIN at BROS.
HOTEL ABB1VALS.
Gaaton'e Hotel. V
W. H. BINOHAM Minaoia. ''
European plan. Enlarged and refarnuhao
Prioei aooordiDi to aiia and loca
tion of ronmi.'
W JFteldi.Tenn C F Blue, Ala
J T Qover, Alias V C Kamsey, Nial
E Leo, Mo RH Elliott, La
W J Martin, Mlai Mrs J C Lynch, Ark
Misa Lynch, Ark 0 0 Coulter, III
W N Lipscomb, TennThoa 'fhnmai, Mm
K W Smith, Tenn Albert McUee, river
J O Pape. T.nn 11 A Suae, lean
R B Lipiaouib, Tenn T Ledaiaogon, Tonn
I)r I.yaoh, ionn A L Milner, Tena
GWPecnell.wic.TennT B Pippen, Miaa
1 Hall. Ark W P Weill, Ark
11 nr Weill, Ark A R Dowdre, Ark
raMBroeohua.Ark J A RuthroulT, N Y
J B Chapline, Ark -Joel Sohild, Mia
M P Moore, Mi W W Childera. Tenn
W J Ureene, Umn J M Rnaaell, Tenn
J Shear.! Aw, Ark W R Manua, Ark .
LA Kail, Tenn O A Hmith, Tens
Mra 10 Lauibeth.Ala liar J Beyer, Miea
ffiabodr Iltl.
0. B. GALLOWAY A CO.......PsoraiSTOBg.
it aiea du ana per aey, aeooraina 10
lie and looation of room fipeoial
rates made.
P n R.vtnn. Ark T. Rallnvep. Ark
C U Aiken, Toxaa 11 Mnehler, N Y
tO Debes, Ohio J U McKinne, UMI
B Lester A w, Miss S ioster, Misa
L 11 Lester, mim u it fester. Miss
W W Baker. Ubio J J Knhn. Kv
j A Sansston, city J B Hilton, III
J 8 Brnwn, Tenn W J Fields, Tenn
1, II. A Mn.A I
II lldliuiaii, nu mw . ...
ht . ir 1 1 . w 11 TBfr. a 1U...
w m ureen .x w.miss r T,uert, xenu
. V . . rt II II 1 , T
y j i;av son, loan " un,!.,, jeuu
II M tinrdrr, Ark M Farlead, Mo
J 8 Jaekson, Pa (I W Am mom, Mo
Kd Cnank, Mo W 8 Mnoro, len
L Underwood, Ark W WooVl, Tenn
A L Perryman, Tenn J R Walker, Tenn
v,ri.i- 'i.- H1IV..U 111
il y niiumrnui ,suii fc.- . .... ..
O N Hart, La Mrs D L Dunlar, Ark
B II Dunlap, Ark
J 13 Kindesion, .Viss
J K Ktrxluton, Misa
I lleldelboriier, Pa
J 11 Levy. Mita
I Marx, Ohio
W llarnett, Ohio
W T Harner, Miss
B F DuK. Tenn
j w vanee,iksa
JR Child, Mo .
B K R lloyt, AU
11 M Hnydor, Totm
J W Davis, Ind
W Winston, Tenn
A 0 Grnham, Mist ''
W J Uerg, Ky .
hn Kchols, Ky
FARRINGTON, IsTEWART A WJUTlB,
1 nirBimiinn.
Rates, 12 50 to W par day, aooordlnf to leoa.
lion 01 roooia.
TFHeok.Ark
A M Cook, Tenn
F L Putnam, Mass
Miss Turne, Ark
t SlAlar. Ark A
.IAlni.on.ir.Ry
K P TurnerAw, Ark ,J
MMooreAf, Ark
Miss Moore, flra
Ml.. 1. M nAM. Ark
K Goldsmith, Tenn
J Mayer, OhtV ,
K BTipet,Kyj
T U Crutobbeld. Ky
J L Plummer, N Y
A l!..ki...i.. nl.ln
V S Clark, Term II A Weterhouse, N Y
Mrs K M ForikArk U C Brichauen, Misa
WMWatanv4.renn ij j bumjuuii, iuh.
L B Frank, Misa
UTMeOeulay, Ark
i"rv.nuj 1 . . " " ....... , ...
D h Claytnoi'tenn
J 8 TulliuJiiMo
J 8 Mollitn.'La
RT Smith, Ark
J C Wheli9, Misa
j 0 Pritcliott. Miss
J 8 Wheli". Tenn
W Miirtin, Misa
U R Letter, Miss
W C PiVrne.Tenu
J K Tliilay, N Y
H O Hurris, Mo
U U Trimble, Uhio
1 si Hamser, lenn
w r 1 Mn
j A Warner, La
T B Gregory. Ark
J 11 LoKWood, Va
T Downey, Miss
R II Moore, Misa
J M Keed, Misa
T Hale, Tenn
HTrissel Aw, Tenn
B Peres. Tonn
M 1) Kelly, Uhio
T T Biauop, Ky
Itnftjr'a Europssn Hotel,
fJoraerof Adams and Main streets. Room
Hwo, 75oandl perday: Amerioan Plan,
, ii par day.
? . . . . . 1 .. ,1. . 11 ni.i
rirsi-crnsa nesiauran iu mi.
J. M. DUFFY (10 years with Peabody Hotel)
Proprietor.
j"M Lamotte, Tonn R T Williams, Mo
( .11 unwv.i.i
II I P... Ui
w u 1.11)1.1 Mi"
K J Adams, Mo
UC Miller, Miss
J M Taylor, Tona
M J Coyoo. Ill ,
K LTatnial, Ind -J
A Bauer, Ky
F J Caldwel', Tenn
u rr .1. . II u..
M t Andrews, Ark
R L Miller, Misa
G L Tylr, Tenn
H Nathans, Fla
P L Gillesiiip, Ohio
W 0 Jones, Tex
JJ J Jarkson. Miss '
J II Smith, Tenn
C M Ashton, Ky
m A cuuinvui ".'
J.VMiCorinarkAd,Ten
J P 8mith, Tenn J w vt nuioru aw.nra
Mrs McCloskcy.Tenn Mra W K Cniell,Tonn
J P 8mith, Tenn
f.".. ., . t ' V.'-- D 1 Ii.l.I.ll T.nn
v 11 iiiihups, ioiiu t . " v ' 1 v' '
.... . 1 1 1 Mr . .a u...
Ann
II On.lun. Ark
m 14 rnnv.il .
t PK.vnirA. Ark
Mrs Jacobson, lenn
t A Dickiii'on, Ark
W O 1-rooks, Tenn
' M f BU.ark, lent
J V Baor, Tenn
V K Miell, Arx
A O McCrary, Ark
n
JAJLES C. BIX, Pre dent.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO,
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET. MEMPHIS, TENNe,
WHOLESALE
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
Saddles, Harness?
SAF r,ltY H.iKDWAIIE AJf
t&" SPECIAL PRICES to Railroad anc levee Contractors for Wagon,
THE OAK HALL
CLOTHING HOUSE
Calls special attention t)
Their Regular Oaring Sale of the
season, 1 lie Bargains we ui
fer will be on Oar
TaMes for Your
Inspection. '
The following is a partial lis
thereof not only in figures, but in
A lot of Children's Odd Knee
Pants, 35c.
A lot of Children's Blue Flannel
Pants, 60o.
A lot of Children's Suits, your
rVinlpft at t9.
' A lot of Children's 6eersuckerj
Baits, SI 75.
A lot of Children's Fine Casei
mere Suite, ages 4 to 10, regular
price $7 and $10; now S4.
A lot of Bjj b' Seersucker Coata
and Vrs's, $1 25.
A lot ol Boya's Sailor Suite, in all
sli fides 93
Men's all wool Cassimere Suite,
formerly $18 and $20; now $10.
Men's all wool Cassimere Pants,
from broken suit?, worth $6, $7
and $8 : yo-ir pick now at $3 50.
Men's Seersucker Coats and
Vests $1.
Men's Sftcrsacker Coats and
Vesta, beit, $2 25.
The Balance of Oar Entire Sum
mer Stock will be Sld in
Like Proportion Re
gardless of Cost.
While OilWing This GREAT SAC
RIFICING SALE
Onr Terms will be Slrletlj Ctuh,
and No Goods on Approbation.
AT
QAK HALL CLOTHING HOUSE,
251 Main St , opposite Odd Fel
lows' Hall.
SOL. HALLE, Prop'r.
Fine Watch repairing at Mnlford'g.
Ad 1 Ice to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrnp
should always be nsed when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
snflerors 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 tbe gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
towels, and is the best known remedy
for liarrhaa, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
Monogram Bangleajgaltortf .
DandrnkT
1 BKMOV0 BY THB USB OF COCOASIKB,
And it stimulates and promote the
growth of the hair.
Harnett's Flavoring; nxrrmnw
OirUr"Mulird Made Medals."
e 1.v
Is the old reliable trunk manufacturer
rtLthe South, where a'l good work can
befrnodat low prices, and repairing
done without defsy at No. 818 Main
. 1 . u.Atuiil TTnful
Snbcalbe for the "Appeal."
'. ncilA Ptsnlen.
U,U.-V
jubi recaivBu a i. . -- n--
tie, well broke ponies, at Forrest 8
stable, 67 and 59 Monroe street.
to KntlMlsra i'""5!?'B? ,0
w.m mtmA juli tAainc
..r trtmwmmmr'm
ADDITIONAL HIVEKS.
Cincinhati, Jnly 23.-Night-River
1 1 feet on the gng ana rising. r oiu
er clear and pleasant.
St. Looia, July 23.-Night-B:ver
fallen 3-10 incnes, anu sianus i
on the nantre. Weather clear and
warm.
Looibvilli, July 23.-Night-Rivfr
lising, with 5 feet 10 inches In the
r 1 t inphm nn the falls.
v mini ruu v ..vw - ,
Buftineaa dull. Weather clear and
warm.
Cairo, Jnly 23 Night River H 'eet
2 niches on tne khuo sou ;
Weather cloudy and warm. Arrived
1; i.l,. Xfamnlila. Ii Tl.m. Uf
ra iiimiuu, 1 i -u:.
parted: John A. Wood and tow, Ohio
river, 5 p.m.
-OF
Jamas M. Ctoodbair I Wan. I Clark Eugene j. carrlmrtoa Frank 6. Jooea
(SIsBtAl3llalXCl. XUUU.I
WHOLESALE
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Meinpliis, Tenn.
WE offer to WKBCH ANTS OM.I tbe largest and best stock ef Boots and Shoos wa
havo ever brought to tbis market, and which cannot be surpassed in quality and
styles by anv hune in this or ny other oily. In addition to a complete line of Eastern
n.ad.7oodsflSc!ad.nK tV H.i aT. UOUIHAK A (JO. UaaOGAMN , we handle
a large and eeleot stork of Custom-made Goods for Men, Women, Mmses and Children. W
carry a number of the best makes in tbe country, in avert variety and style, and amens
them 'the well known Men's Calf Boots and Bhoea manufactured by Geo, Hooker for our
Bpring Trade. also carry a choice line of Ladies' and Muses' Cusiom Kid, Goat and
Calf Goods, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman 4 Co. We invite the trade to examine
our atock before buyins elsewhere, and we guarantee everything wa it dl to iv 1 satisfaction.
- I at A ar affc f ,
MJMBE&
BiilGTCarMMaiict'iCo
Briukler, Ark.,
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
. AND DEAUEKS IS
Doom, Sash, Blln4e, Dregsed Floorlnir, Ceilinir, Weatber-Boardlng
Cypres Shlnglea, JLatbs, Ktc
Onr facilities ar. nsnrpaased by any aawmill in the Sooth for flt mi ordera promptly.
lXgVCeiling. Siding, Btip Lumber and Cvpreaa Bhlnglea a apwialtr: alao.Frlnii
Lumber of all dimenaiona. We make the Wholeaale, Buainaaa a apeoiaj feature. Orders
olioited and promptly filled.
GEO. jRAY5IIIeX.EIt, AENT,
No. 124 Jefferson Street MemPhia. Tennewee.
He Played Baseball
His Home Ban Hit Captured
the Heart of an Heiress.
It was a olos and exciting same. Eight
innings had been playe 1, and the score stood
a tie. Memphis had retired its opponent in
the ninth inning without scoring. Memphis
waa at the bat. Two men were ont. Two
strikes had bees called upon the man at the
bat. The next ball pitched came straight
toward him. Then it took a sudden curve.
He swung his bat. Would he miss it? The
excitement was painful. There waa a quick,
short atroke. Ah I he has bit the ball. Away
high In the air it sails. Bee, the center
fielder la chasing it. The speotatora hold
their breath. Suddenly there ia on. tumul
tuous shout. The ball has gone far over th.
head of ihe fielder, who is chasing it.
Around the bases saeeds the batter. Be
touches the home plate and the victory la
won. Bouquets are showered upon him.
He looka np just in time to aee lovely girl
take a bunoh of rosea and throw them at his
feet. Af he gracefully picks them up their
eyea meet. A humble bate ball rlarer has
oaptnred a rlca heiress.
' Go," ahe says to him two weeks later,
"go to the Misfit Clothing Parlors, 262 Seo
ond street, and order your wedding suit."
She was rich in common tense aa well as
wealth.
If yon want the best of clothing for th.
leaat money, come to th. Misfit Clothing
Parlors, 262 Second itraet. opposite Court
Square,
Extra Attractions for Summer
ereal edaetlona In Suite,
Qromt kedaetliins in Pania.
The beat clothing in the world for really
leaa than others ask for poor ready-made gar
menu. This ii why it pays to buy at the
Misfit Clothing Parlors,
263 Second Street,
Opposite Court Nqnnr... Hetnphl.
or Fi r SO days the entire stock of Fine
CuHtnm Clothiog will be sold at a tremendous
aaerifiee.
alll alAnlAna n In. nr. . rarfAnfc A,.
done free of chrKe.
WO RKINGS EN'S
Building & Loan Association
iHt Series matnreil In 126 months.
9d Series auaiared In IIS months.
Profit In let Series, 974 per share,
PreUt In lie! frlte,&H4 per share.
These two Series pitld off In rail.
New Serleaopened. Money lo Loan,
A Rood Snvs Monk.
Por farther Information, eall en
Secretary, SH8 Hub street.
. N. W. SPKCBS, Jr , Prealdent.
T. H. KICE. Secretary.
M0i aooount of other engagements re
quiring my entire peraonal attontioh, I hare
sonoluded to quit the mercantile part Oi my
business, and now ffor my entire stock of
GEXEltAL MEKCHAMIE
for aale. Will rent or lease to purchaser, if
dealred, my two-atory iron front building,
containing atock, on reasonable terms. Any
one wishing to go into business oan'secur a
bargain by calling on HE.. LAKE,
JulyS. 18fW. GRENADA. MI83.
KECEIYEirN M.LE.
No. 6227, R.D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county, Tenn. Edmund Urgill ra. J. A.
'Wiggsetal.
BY virtue of an order of sale made in the
above cause, I not sold sooner at pri
vate sale, I will sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder, for cash, the following prop
erty at tbe lollewing times and places:
First. On the premise., at southeast cor
ner of Court and Lauderdale street. Hem
phis, Tenn., beginning at 10 o'olock a.m.
nnil.i. J.ilv iiH.lnMfl. I will sell: Lot
of Tanks and Coil, lot of Hump, one Wagon
Tank, one pair of Scales, lot oftiteam Pipes,
Valves, Cocks.Conneetion, fitti nue . blocks.
Dies, Tongues, Tools and other machinery,
belne. part of the prorrtv constituting Ihe
outtitot fce Tennessee Oil Oomvany.
eeoond. In Iront ol No. 2SK) Front street,
Memphis. Tenn., beginning at, 2 o clock
p.m. Nondsi , Jnly IM, I will sell
one Folding De'k, one Lounge, one Typ.
Writer, ene laswe Table, one Railing, on.
Standing Dek, one Flat-top Desk, one Safe,
one large Cabinet lor samples, one Letter
Press, nn. Water Cooler, one Cyclostyle,
eight Window Shades, two Revolving Chairs,
two Office Chairs, one Stove and Fixtures,
on. MiUin.. "YsMVgWW.
Collars,
IaEATIIEII.
Scraper and Cart Harness.
YARD
Mauufactnrera ef
Deviled Craba, RUrlmn,
Salmon, rreen Can Hacnerel,
Saidlnee, Lobster.,
Brook Trent, Oj.ters,
Haekerel tn Tomato Catnap,
Sweet Staffed Piekles,
Sonar Pickle, by the gal. and in Jars,
Pickled Onlona, Hot Bel I an,
Wooater Saoce, Tomato Cataap,
Caper, Ha.tard, Carry Powder.
Salad Dreaelner, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Cbeeae, Celery Sane.,
Celery Salt, Kte , Ete.
J. F. BUCKHAM Sc CO.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
8 IS Main St., Memphis, Tern.
Lacroix'8 Mineral Colors,
Artists' Materials.
TUBE PAI3TS, CASTAS, Ete.
B. KUPFILRSCHMIDT.
IMPORTER AND DIALER IB
Gnus, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle
and Base-Ban txooas.
WHOL&RALB AND RETAIL. '
994 Main Street, Mempnls, Tenn)
Mannfaetnring and Repairing of Anns an
Specialty.
Dissolution Notice.
THK partnership heretofore existing ba
tween KOKERLY, STONK A CO. is
tbis day dissolved by mutual consent, W. T.
Stone and L C. Tyler assuming the payment
of all liabilities and are alone authorised te
collect all debts due the (rm. and willeou
tinue in business aa Cotton Factors and Com
mission Merrhnnta.
Memphis, Tenn., Jnly 10. IM6.
171 A nT Te"
J-IX-VJTJ-IJUJ .!
Boiler Works,
SI1EA ft McCABTHT, Fropr's,
140,142,144 Front, Memphis,
rVNIOrXBl LAK8JC8TB0rLx!BBH0P8
KJ in th. South, ana tne oniy oomp m
Boiler and Soeot-Iron Worka in the city.
MannriactnrerB of heay plate lroaa.
work of every description. Special
attention srH n yilaataUon work-
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
rmAM ...I iIIam In DaaaAmsss.
nltlon and riahlna; Taekle, Ballders'
Hardware, Klelrla Bells and An
nnaelatorsior Hotels and Residences, B
Main street, Keniphls, Tenn. Xleotri
auppli.a always on hand. RepaiDn neatte
done. J
Frank Scbnmann.
Importer and Dealer In
Sans, Plahlnsr Taekle and Sport,
men's Nnpplles. s Special attention
given to MANUFACIURINS and REPAIRING-
413 Wain StM empsaU, Tenn
J. F. II0LST & BR0.
(st'CCESHOM TO O. H. HOLUC A BBO.
Funeral Directors
320 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS. V
A FULL and oonaplet. stoxk of Wood and
Metallic Jases and Caskets, ClothOvT- ii
erea Lasaeis anq nuriai ivones always es
hand. awOrien br telacratb promptlr
tiled.
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