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BiDMI THE TABLE.
i araNmirppi valley boutb.
ad after May 1. 1S8S, passenger trains oa
th) road will ran m lolloes t
lA8X""All. Sooth. I. North."
Ytokibarg ..,. . . . D....
S arrisos i K......
K w Orleans. .H
11 :1A p.m
With nil Una. entering Memphis.
f-Wilh M.4N.W.R, R. tor lioiena.
0 ror Greenville and Huntington, and all
T -v.: V. 4 .'I. una V S. 1 P. R!lr..als.
1- Wlt - J. 4CK.lt. !or iNMo'.ei tad
T For Points on tha Branch.
With steamers tor Ilayon 8ara.
fl With railroads diverging for Florid.
mm ann twaiiotnu.
JAS. M. KDW A RrS. V. P. and (1.
A. J.KNAPP. 1. P. A.
laalaelnpl ai4 Tmimm -Trains
more a. tnllowis New Orleans mall arrives
daily at 11:26 a.m.: leaves dally at 6 :U0 Ma.
Srwport Hraiand Mlewlaalppl Val
es. Trains more ai follows i Kast In
leave, at 10:00 a.m.; fct. Louis fa.t tin
leaven at 5:30 p.m. ; Fast line arrive, at 1 ::so
p.m.; St. Louli last line arrive, at 9:0S a.m.
Lealarvllle ami N,Mlle Trains
Bonu fellow.: Vast mail arrive! daily at
5:15 a.m.: leave, at 10:10 p.m. : mail loave.
daily a. 10:10 a.m.) arrive, at 4:00 p.m.
Brownorllle aecoinmolatinin leave, da1';'
iolt Sunday, at 6:00 p.m. s arrive, daily,
loept SunJaf, at 8:50 a.m. (.tandard time).
Meraphha itl 1. II tie Koek. Train,
move ai follow, (eentrat .tandard time):
No. 1 leave, dally at 4:20' p.tu.i arrive, at
IAt.ni, JJo. S leave, at 6:fift a.m. j arrive,
at 8:fi0 a.m. No. ft (freight) leave, llopeftold
daily (except Sunday) at 0:00. a.m.) arrive.
tjnlf Knote (Knnana City, Hprtntr
field and feinphli) Trains leave M. and
T. depot a. follow.: No. 4, lianias ('ity ei
preae, leave.it 10:4ft a.m.! No. 3, Kama.
City expreaa, arrive, at 3:30 p.m. No. 2,
Kansas City mail, leave. at0:00 p.m. ( No.'l,
Kama. Cite mall, arrive, at 8:46 a. in. No.
1, Ht. Louli and Chloa.o express, 'eavea at
(tOO p.m. I No. 1, St. Louli and Chirairoei
pres, arrive, at 8:45 a.m. In effect Sunday,
Memphis and Ctiarlealoa Train,
move a. follow.: Through express leaves
dally at 10:40 p.m. Mail and expre.a leavea
daily at 10:00 a m. Sninervlllo eKoommoda
tion leavea dally, except Sunday, at 6:30
.m. Through express arrive, dully at 5:25
a.m. Mall and ex press arrives dally at 1C:00
p m. bomervine accnmmooalioa arrives
daily, eioept Sunday, at 8 :30 a.m.
Memphle, Rlrtnlngtham aaid Atlau
Sle HoIIt Springs Route Trains move a
fellows: No. 1 leaves Memphis dally at 8:46
p.m.: arrives at Holly Springs at 6:68 p.m. t
So. i leave. Holly rWinss dally at 0:08
a.m., arrives at Memphis at II :16 a.m. t No.
6 leavea Memphis daily at 7:16 p.m., arrives
at Holly Springs at 11 :45 p.m.i No. A leaves
Body Springs daily at 1:16 a.m., arrive, at
empnis ai " a . m
W assixotow, July 30, ISM, la.m.
Indications: For Tennessee, fair
weather, followed by local rains;
For Arkansas, fair weather, followed
by local rains; stationary temper
For Misumppv Fair weather except on
tit co4; local mint; ttaiionary tempera
ture; variant windt, generally touQxer'y.
' For IsOuitiana and Textu : Generally
bVr weather; toutherly vi'tiii, brooming
variable; nearly ttaiionary lemjmalure.
For Tenntwe: Fair weather; followed
by lifhi local raitu; tliyhtly cooler; varia
Mothers I oar lew! Bosaorl.
Wanrata, Tskm., July 2tf. laM.
Iinr. fbor. WlmT Nether
21183V 78 0 E. Fair. ""
'.'9 8i:j 89.0 8 K. Fair.
M.82.J 92 0 8.W. Fair.
29 7711 92 0 HE. Clear.
29 8J 86.0 8.K. Clear.
11 KM a.m.
. 8 KM p.m.
7 KM p.m.
Maxdmam tompnrature, 90.
Minimam temperature, 70.
Orone, 11 a m., 2.
Ui Cottoa Baa-loa,
Bioiiai, SiBTioa, U. B. Abmt.1
Joly 20, 1880 -6 p.m.
Division of telenraim and reporta for
the benefit of oommeroe and agricul
ture. Cotton region bulletin fir the
twenty-four hours ending July 29.h,at
a h5 ho t.
Memphis....... 9(1 7(1 .00
Haehvllle Oti 73 '.(V)
Grand Jn notion... 95 72 .00
Tuacnmbia (Ml 72 .00
Deoatnr 95 74 .00
sSeottaboro......... 99 09 .00
Mateeville 89 70 .00
Bernando 95 72 .00
Granada....... 95 72 00
Corinth 100 72 .(H)
Holly Springs 0(1 74 .00
Oiford 05 77 .00
Arlington 91) 72 .1st
BrowuevUle 94 73 .1)7
Milan 98 72 .2D
Parts... 101 00 .00
OoTtngton 92 7:1 ,oo
Dynreburg 104 73 .00
Bolivar 90 72 .00
Sums - 1827 1374 .(!(!
Mana (Ml 72 .01
DurrmcTe. gg? E,
? 1 p 3 a r-
Wilrainnton ' 73 .00
Oharlelou 92 71 .
a.URUta..... 95 72 .0)
Savannah 91 74 .00
Atlanta. 94 72 .1)1
HonWoniery '' 73 .00
Mobile 98 72 .00
New Orleans. 93 75 .01
Galveston 8 77 .03
Vicksbnrg 95 78 .
Little Ro-'k 96 73 .00
Memphie IH3 72 04
8nms 1137 8S2 .15
Moann... 95 74 01
1 No vot R'O likely to he thrown
way on the ay ol elec ion. Few
men fa e to vote for fun.
Thegrnd al y on tie bluff Sjtur
day tiiiiht ahi u d oe partii' p tted in by
every l)env c at in thx futility.
A Victnriout l)-feot, by BaWt"r ;
price, $1. M re ford's, aa unnl, lus
the first to i II r f r s.ile in this rity.
' The Tin nip'on Hon tn K'ertric
Light Cotui a y ri pu'ting np a In ge
nunibirol puolio nml privito Jaup
Ticke No. 1415 drew tie horn8
ruleaewini; n a 'hlre at the druwii a
att' e Kniglils of Iunlhluil ball la:t
Suit 'or divorce wai fJUd in the
Cif oil Cou t yenorday by Ji'tinie B
agaii s; CuhUs H. San , ellt-giug
Lloe"08 to nutry woro iki'ucd yes
terdayt" U FJjhnion acil Msinie
j. Cample'!, C. C. Cor an ar.d A lie. U.
TTea1we'.l.' ' - ." ' f
.:jO. V. n..iup et.toruA suit in the
Cirtuft Court ye.ttrduy against the
Memi.hls and Little Rock Railroad for
A beautiful display of fireworks
on the toboggan tonight
Tbe friends of George B. Peters
declsie that be and tbe whole ticket
must bs elected, and he bai friends
whose work counts,
The members of the City Council
are individually engagtd in wrestling
with tbe gas question, which will come
up at their next meeting.
No man Is doing mors to bring
the Democracy up in uneerried ranks
and with cilors fiying on election day
than the genial Pop Cannon.
Tbe Memphis Zou tve Onanls vill
leave the, c ty f r t'tiatt noo.a on the
30'h in-tail, at 9:30 o'clock l m , to
lake pait in the competitive dull by
twelvn other companies.
The deluded few who have al
lowed th'trn'e vos to be misled by
to'il rlonmpopticry will find the r
horns ioiviiti a "Hull tiinktriing
tl ul" on the evening of the e'e.tiou.
Thi Miclby Domocra'y liss no
mr.r letertLind end enthusiastic
euppoitir than Mr. Joe Uh', who v i'l
piu in tullin licks from row until the
polls close, with li s host of German
The German vote of Memphis
may be put down as solid aim oh t to a
inunfortlie Democratic ticket. Tbey
will not only vote f r it, hut they wl'l
go lo the pills on the Uy of tie el c
tion Htid work for its biiccoss and it
Tbe CI iil at aw Guards premiss lo
achieve almost as much pr ini'itme
as a social as Ihpy did a a military or
ggniza'ion when they move into their
new and elegant qinr'er in iho south
v? lng of the o d Greenlaw Opemhous
on Wf cr.d fctreot..
Work cn the dikes t protect the
Sjnlh Memphis river front is going
rapidly on. Hx thousand d illara baa
ro far been expended. Ono large mat
tress hat been sunk, and as ttie supply
of willow, s'oue and lab.ir is ample
tie work will go Bteadi y on without
An enthusiastic Demociatic meet
ing iu tbe Fourteenth D st ict, lw-t
night, was presided over by Mr. 11. P.
Hansen. Hhurl, stirring spf ecbes were
made by Messrs. Hanson, Jere Brooks,
J. H. Mathea. L. fJ. Kites, Buck Harri
son, J. Ha ii-on, R. 8. Capers and
Bartholomew. Tbe meeting was very
harmonious, snd sll of those present
dopsrted with every evidence of satis
faction. The 8t. Louis Olobe Democrut of the
28th instant has the following under
the bead of "WM is Graham?" "An
tonio Pierre, the French heavy weight
wres'ier, and Joliu Grahim, of Mom-
ibis, Tenn., will wrestle a nia'ch at ths
'eople's Thea er this evening for the
gale money. Graham Is believed to bs
no oilier than Tom Cannon, tbe well
known English catch a est h-csn
wrestler. He hss frequently adopted
the name Graha n for his own, and it
wai under this alms that he induced
James Faulkner and Clatonce Whist
ler to make matches with him."
The grind excursion from Mem
phis to Nashville Saturday tiigbt next.
July 31st. Tbo railroad company will
run a solid t'ain of ten coaches
through If Najhvil'e, without change,
via MeJsVtitle, that tbey may accom
modate the hundteds who are pie: ar
lrg to visit friends and tbe capital of
the Hate. A comfortable seat and a
speedy and de'igbtful trip is assured
to eveiy passenger. Ths train leavea
the Louisville and Nashville depot,
Main street, at 10 o'clock p.m., sharp,
and will arrive in the City of Hocks at
7 o'clock on ths nrxt morning. Fare
S2 60 and return Uoktts to d until
Tuesday, Augu t3d, to return by any
Peabody Hotel Htand,
tiajOM lintel Stand.
Vlsar Palace. 810 Main Street.
Heniiuua'tT for Horace R. Kelley A
Co's fine Key West cigars. The trade
supplied at New York prices. Cigars
by the box a special'.
i. DAaturvn ai w.,
Hole Aian la.
Mifs Lilijb SaasssL has returned to
the ci y.
I. Jiidbx, of I. Jledel A Bt) . hss re
turned fioin Now York.
B. W, Bphnsh. of Dayton, O, Is
s'opplug at tbe Gayo o Hotel.
Mua. J. C. M. Ktiii.on, of 81. Louis,
is sto ping at the Gayoao Hotel.
Miss Isadsi.l Levt Ii at borne again
after a brief sojourn at Hurricane
Mi s. J.T. PsTirraud daugbtor, Mies
Jem ie, left itst night for Bon Aqua to
spend the summer.
Miss Emily Witrrc has lo't Nash
ville to vis t E'ireka Hpriugs. She will
bo absent during ibe summer.
Ciuhi.hs Scott and family, and Col.
Alex nd.tr Yerger, of Mls-iBinul, are
s:ipimg 1 1 the Hnyoso Hotel.
Hoi, II au k hfr, the C'ty 'net night
for a ttip tn Cal f rnia tn his leturn
he will visi Ye l iwstone l'.n k and the
picture quo po'tion of the Northwest.
Joun C H'hk, provident of the
Slate C utrtl l.a''o U.nlo, has g 'no
to Co il Crtok, Ka t Tenru s ee, lo de
liver his leitur- on 'bo "l'r.Bte s of
Chtii-tian'ty ai d t ie Bresdwmneis."
Wasiiinuton Critc: Mr. and MivJ
He-s B. E in iiidm have rscenily pur
clins (1 n lit rn Connectieut avMinif,
ai d wil erect a h ndsome reeidenct
adjo ning the house not in the roune
ol eon p et on liy iho widow of Ad
niirsl Sunli'jr. There is at incident
of inters' in connection wth the pnr
chase of the pt' pry which ie a hap
py exemp ifio tioo of the triuim h of
indomita 1 emiry in delicate woman.
Mm. Emu ds n, who was a MUs
Ford, i if Memph'sj, Tenn., received
fr in her fa hei(W. U Ford formerly
a merchant of Memphis, where her
huhbaml piarticed law for time) a
gift i f 1 10,000. Early In ths p-et win
tr,hcig in deii,;. ta hrallb aud unable
lo tand the care of houaeke'ping, it
wai decid -d I y Mr and Mrs Edtnetid
on t ifel h-r" house ou Rhode Island
avenue. h cli was done, for $10,000.
Mrs. Edinoudnoti with b r two little
irl, 'h n left for a san itarium in
New Yo k, wbeie she was t undirgo
aregnlirc u stiof uentment. Whi'o
at tliis place, fr m wbl h great benefit
was derived, a la'ge ealt mine wai d s
c veie I iu fie neighborhood. At this
tints Mis. Edmondso", d-V'loping a
rem rkilile b viues cap olty,inve-t-d
he m ney in the si-It mine with tho
m 8' for'ui am lesulte. She his now
ei'lire'y recovered her health and
drivis over in a life tarriage each
day o tl e mine in order o p'rsinally
supirvio her Inter te, which have
lncreaed enoriu(usly aud are now
bu'lling up fur her an euormous for
tune. S. Levy
I He o'd rrlieble trunk manufacturer
of thr S uth, where a'l good work can
hef ni' Jat !ov prices, and repnir'ng
('cne wi'hont dely st Nr 818 Main
s'.rfet, 'peo.iito Hsnbndy Hotel.
Flue tV.iUh repairing at Malford's.
. $IEMJIf 18 J)AILy APPEAI FRIDAY. JULY 30, 1886.
II. LOH ENTEI. at BROS,
10 piece? Richardsm A Son' full
34 inch pnre white Irish linen,
sold everywhere for 60c. We
have maraed this lot to close
35 Cents pei Yard...
One lot red border damask all linen
knotted fringe towels, icduccd
fiom 3 50 to
'2 25 Per Dozen.
One lot red border damask all linen
towele, siz9 21x45, woith $150
per dozn. Tuese we have
marked to clear out at
$2 75 Per Dozen.
Fancy Goods. Fancy Goods.
One lot ladies' blnck seakkin shop
ping bsgs, marked down. from
$3 75 to
$1 CO Each.
One lot ladles' alligator shopping
bags, in tan, marked down from
$2 00 Each.
One lot ladies' Mikado bags, tbe
very latest ehopp.ng novelty in
the mar kit, reduced from $5 to
$2 00 Each.
One lot Mikado shopping bags,
marked down from 2 25 lo
1 00 Each.
Real shells and tea beans, the verj
latest novelty, 15c each or 25c
FANS. FINS. FANS.
One lot gauss fans, marked down
to clote from $1 35 to
CO Cents Each.
Splendid YALUES Splendid
This Season's Fm chases.
Oar Patrema Will P!eao Bemeua
ber Tbstt Oar Store Clesea To
Promptly at 1 O'clock.
II. LOWEXSTEIX ft IIIION,
1oii1 What iho People Say.
"Welch fi u e are yn going to Chi
cago ibe 0th ( Atwu-t?"
"Why, by tbe LouiBville and Nash
ville, of c ttrto."
"B-rau e it is the best line, and
makes fiiiter time than aoy other
Look at the sd'ednln and compare
it with tha' f i.iber linis.
Leave Memphis 10:10 a m., arrive
ChieagJ 10:55 a ni. nxt day. Be
turriiu lave Chi' ami 3:45 p.m., er
rive a' M tnpliis a 4 n.xi nfirrnoon.
Gototi k trllic, 2H7 Main street,
and stenre b.-rtts iusieeper.
Yki.i.owstonk Kiriislill in ths city,
and givis the gmndest entertainment
eve' seen at K.tival Pork, Huuday, Au
Cole .Miiiiufacttirlug Cmiipiiny.
Doors, Hssh, Blind", Lumber,
1,'tha and Sb n ie,
I'aint', O is ai d UUss.
Office, Corner Union and Sacond.
Te'epons No 80.
Lumber Yard, Gayoeo and Hernando.
G. T. Ba:iett, Manrg-r.
Teleplionrt No 407.
Planing Mills, Bread sy and Poston
Toliphon No. 2643 Kings.
War, hnuas, Brna4way,B-teea Ray
bum and P st n Avenues.
Telephone No. 2543 Rings.
Ycllowstonb Kit 'hrows away dia
monds ai well an money. A heiut.ful
diamond ring will be given to the tody
or ih Id gating the lu ky nnmber at
Es ival Pa k, 8urday, Auu t lot.
Jnst received a lot of first cUas, gen
tle, well broke ponies, t Forrest's
stable, 67 and 59 Monroe street.
Order "!HuUorl Made Medal."
art HuaiaMtaro ek aaomairalBe l do
Y'ii.L'wstoni Kit gives a pretty
souven'r to every lady and child who
visits Eet'Val Park on Sunday.
$4 Cbleaxo Kxonrwlou f)8.
The Oherapeake and Ohio roule will
sell nurd tiip tirkets Memphis i
ChiiAgn on Augu.-t'P.b.groJ reterning
in iwentv day, ai 8. Op.-.o It every
body. Full infermatlon niver by R
H. i'slliy, ticket ft,,onl, ui der Pabody
Ho to RnalaHiarr S tiiarlaie lot
yeiar Flinnhtus and Uaa.lillu
EIEEN AND COMPANI
THREE STUNNING BARGAINS,
Such as will be sure to Attract,
Please and Satisfy.
COME IN THE MORNING,
but morning, cvefcing, and tvaiy
hour from H w.m to 6 p.m., yuu
will find tbe above at d a thcubuud
btber bjrgiics euitahld I r the sea
son. Bargain Ao. 1.
150 drzen Children's Muslin
Drawers, made of best domestic,
tucked and trimmed w.th edge,
AT 13b EACH, ONLY i:jj,
worih 35c. 8p.cial lots of Ladiis'
Cndrrwear n,urkcd down, on tale
Hargalu Mo. 3.
100 dozen All Linen Htirk Tow
els, good quality, medium ti.e,
9s EACH, OK $1 A DOZEN.
0'iunterpanes and B!c.'.chtd Dj
mesticiat Ijw prices.
Bargain IV' o. 3.
25 dor, Keep's celebrated Shirt?,
laundikd, shield bosom, open front,
AT 7oc EACH, ONLY 75c.
The retail price of these thirts in
New Yerk and elsewhere is $1 75.
Other Intcresjling Items.
75 dcz regular 50c Lisle Thread
Ilcse, all colors except black,
TODAY AT 2cc A PAIR.
200 Satin Coaching Parasolr, reg
ular price $1 50,
TODAY AT 75c EACH.
These warm days it iB a luxury
to enjoy tbe cool breezes tbrougb
our Emporium from a hundred
windows, opetirjg on four sides of
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
Da. C. T. Smitii, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
P. M. Stahmy, funoral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison street.
Db. 8. J. Bill, veterinary surgeon,
No. 378 Main street, at Edwards's
Tut Memphis and Little Rock rail
road is advertising low rates to Arkan
sas and Texas.
The "wonderful Japanese" floating
in mid air will positively bo seen at
Estival Park Sunday.
Gliai Watib hot and cold baths,
25c, at tbe Turkish Bathhouse, No.
222 Second street, near Adams.
Tub Williamson Corset agent, at No.
245 Second street, has returned and is
prepaiod to wail on her customers.
Tbb Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonieand antl-perlodio known. A oertaln
and sure onre for ohills. Prioe II per bot
tle. Bend atamrs for oiroalase. Any ref
erence ciien. Address John 0. Kaoker,
G. W. Millrb & Co., Pa'ent Asbestos
Fire Troof Roofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood,
tin, iron, felt snd gravel roofs. 65
No will rogula'ed household should
be without a bottle of Ahoobtura. Bit
ters, ths world renowned appetiser
and invlgorator. Beware of counter
feits. Ask your grocer or druggist for
the genuine a' tide. Manufactured by
Dr. 3. G. B. Hiegeit A Sons.
R. J. Black A Co., as salesmen for
the executois, ftiil efftr for rale at
public out-ry, at noon on Saturday,
July 31, 1880, on tho premises, tbe
fire residents of the late Judge A.
Wright. The house contains eight
large rooms, with kitchen, suioke
hou30, pantry, servants' honsevtable,
carriage house, greenhouse, etc. Ttio
lot eonUins near'y four a: res,with the
ilnefct lawn and foiest trees in the sub
urbs of Memphis. Ttrms: One-third
caih, balance on reasonable terms to
accommodate purchasers. Also, fif
ten or eighteen lo's near the home
place. Flat cn be seen at ofllce.
M1II Silverware at 9Iulfbrr
The grandest excursion of tho eea
son will leave ths Memphis and
Chariest n depot tonight at 9:30
o'clock for Chet'anoigs, to the
between six companies. Savannah
has come Into toe c ntest, so all who
want a good lime, go.
it 60 for tbo Bonwel Trip.
MONKOB N. STEPHENS,
Atlanta companies want to bet $1500
on thfir companies against Memphis.
Ixiter. Chsttanooga h.s made pro
pat ation for 2000 people. All business
will be suspended Saturday to witnees
the game of baseball and competitive
drill, Iho grandest time ever known
among tho c,f ji.s of Chattanooga.
Monogram Bangles Wnlford.
rh traea iwtre dray. snorsilBK
nil ev.nlaiK, ia Km. 80 Mialei.
S lo C hleago and ltd urn.
The St, Lcnia an i Chicago Suort
lane (Gu'f Route) will sell round trip
tickets firm htra to Chicago on Au
gust tith at tbe low rite of $8, tickets
go.-ul to return within twenty days.
This .-onto will carry yeu through St.
L.'Uij and tbroug'a the Slate of Illinois
in the dav.' T;aiu will leave Memphis
at ( o'ch'ck p.m. and arrive at Chicago
next eveniug at 7:10o'olork. Through
cierhes chnrta'sard klrepers. For
sleeping berths call nt Union office
Jo. 31 Madia n street, esrly.
Mutr.ifd, Jewt ler, 894 Ma B, SO
Holts order from tho country.
fetibMcrllHi Iwr lite MApiet!a"
JAMES O. BELL, PresldeHt.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.,
MANUFACTURERS AIID JOBBERS
Beer 8PECI1L Pi; ICES it Railroad
Ho Played Baseball
Ilia Ifonie Itnn Hit Captured
tho Heart of an Heiress.
It was aoloteand exciting gimo. Eight
innint bad been iilare 1, and the score atood
a tic. Memphis had retired itn opiionent ia
the ninth inning without (coring. Memphis
was at tbe bat. Two men were eat. Two
strikes had bpen oallcd upon tho man at the
bat. The next ball pitched oame straight
toward hiio. Then it touk a sudilon curve.
He swung his bat. Would he miss it? The
exoitement was painful. There was a quick,
short stroke. Ah I he has bit the ball. Away
high In the air it sails. See, tbe center
fielder is rbasing it. The speoUlors hold
their breath. Suddenly there is one tumul
tuous nhout. The ball has gone far over the
head of the fielder, who is chasing it.
Around tha bases apeedi the batter. He
touches the home plate and the victory it
won. Bouquets aro showered upon him.
Ue looks np just in time to see a lovely girl
take a bunch of roses and throw them at his
feet. As he rraoefully plots them up their
eyes meet. A humble bate ball player has
captnred a rich heiress.
" Go," the says to him two weeks later,
"so to the Misfit Clothing Parlors, 262 See
ond street, and order your wedding sa't."
She was rich ia common sens as well ai
If yon want tha best of clothing for the
least money, come to ths Misfit Clothing
Parlors, 261 Seeond street, opposite Court
Extra Attractions lor Summer
GrtMat Redactions la Sails,
Great Kedaetluna in Fsanis.
The best clothing in the world for really
lest than others ask for poor ready-made gar
ments. This is why it pays to buy at the
Misfit Clothing Parlors,
262 Second Street,
Opnoaltc t'oart Square.. Henphls.
SW Fr r 90 days the entire stock of Fine
Custom Clothing will be sold at a tremendous
ar-AU alterations to inmre aperient fit,
done free of charge.
HOTEL Alt RIVALS.
Fe-bodjr Hotel. .
C. B. GALL0WAT A CO Paoraiiroig.
Kates 82 50 and S3 per day, according to
sise and location of room Special
M FWi'liamaon.TennW B Rose, Mo .
L S Flatan, Tex T E Saanders, Mist
R L 8mith, Tex W H Oiblin, N Y
JPH-ntry, Va 0 R Carrinaton, Va
W B Demoreit, Conn J Dreyfus, (ia
W B McDonald, Ark J F Matihai. Md
K P Smith, Pa C F Forsthe, N Y
W Bringel, Tenn J J dates, Ten;
A Ohilders, Tenn II Werlemen, N Y
AVuil.la W 8 Thompson, Mo
E S Thompson, Mo F E Smith, Mo
J R Child, Mo C R Kult, Mias
W H Cate Aw, Ark O T Bomat, La
J Legendre, La W A Williams. Tenn
S Seelig, Mo C A Elder, Ohio
J T Berry, NY R M Iiarvy. N Y
J 8 McNeely.Mlas U M Kellar, Tenn
W A Morrow, Ohio F Holat, Tenn
F A Banold, Md W II Bradley. Ky
TC Anderson, Tenn T H Knight, Fla
J Skinner, Miss Matt Foster, N Y
H Murdock. Mo B M Sherrill, Ky
J W Hale, Ky C P Day, Md
D Vorenberg, Ala W L Boyd, Ky
M D Howell. Mo W S Moore, Tena
W Lawrence, Tenn M Wilson. Tenn
J Anderson, Tenn O A Wood, Mo
0 C Jones, Tenn
The Hew Uaveao. .
FARRINOT0N, STEWART k WHIM,
Rates, 12 BO to $4 per day, according to loca
tion of rooms.
G ft Jones, Tenn H C Behaafer, , Ind
JKhnnan, Mies B W Hume .Ohio
W N Tanksley, Tenn Chas Hoott. Mies
A Yerger, Miss R R Tate, Mias
H P Red, Tenn Mrs S P Reed, Tenn
MisiP Reed, Tenn F A Hesslg, Tenn
8 M Jackaon, Ky T Downey, Miss
N C Keville, Tenn 0 0 Cri'i-r, Kaj
I 11 Donglaas, III (3 T Boo- well. Mo
Mrs Whitehead, Miss 8 T Smith. Miss
h K Small, Ark 8 O Mitchell, Ark
CBLow, Tenn ET Pain. NY
O B Patterson, N Y EJ Small, Ind
LB Ware. Ark T S Ru ler. Ark
Mrs J M Kehlor, Mo J C Pritchett. Miss
T K Riohardnon, Misi h V Butler, Mies
K B Miller, Mo J B Cowan. Miss
LB McConnico.Tena A A Collier, lenn
H I, Uut'hinaon, Oa W W Wood. Ky
M O Hiiiith, Ky LB (1 rah am, Mo)
( P OrawtV.nl, Mies C K Wilson, Mies
P A llurnee, Tonn C P Franklin, Tenn
II H Rioh'irds, Ark C T Uou.itree, Ala
K L Piorce, La T 11 lrant, Ark
E 0 Uopkins, Ark.
W. H. BINUHAM Masabsb. .
European plan. Enlarged and refurnished.
Prices according to sise and loca
tion of rooms.
Clyilo Page, Tenn Julian Onithnr, Tenn
C M Ferris, Tenn
il it viilnr. N Y
M Mellglir, irk
J A uiIivmu, .Vies
.1 II LMer. Ark
T H Taylor, Tei,n
J T Crenebaw, Ark
Jos Zarga, Ark
J T ra'ee, Miss
T P Stefl'y, Tenn
P M Winters, Tenn
W W Drillhower, Miss
A 11 Tur, oy, Ark
11 N.than, Aik
O Hotlaris, Tena
T J rlippin, Tenn
O Brwn Aw, Miss
R M Ilarrif, Mies
J W William", Tenn
W A Rvana. Tenn:
.1 L A I nip, Jonn
J P Walker, Toon
W II Fitsgorald. Miss L R 1 urner, Mies
M K Mis er, Mies
T .1 V,
W Mourning, Ark
R K Mason. Mo
H F Chtw, Tenn
K W Bailey, Mies
j C Maddy, Tenn
3 M .tnnns. Tenn
H J Patterson, Tenn
B B Shore, Tenn
A K Bowdre, Ark
W R Oox, Miss
II 1. Pnn J:w. Tenn
Mrs Simmons. Tenn Miss L t immons.Toan
H t'oata, Ark
u o. itoberu in, Ara.
Daily's Karosesa Itotvl,
Corner of Adnms and Main streets. Rooms.
60e, 75c and II per dayi Amerioan Plan,
S3 per day. , . ,
Firet-clnss Restaurant In the ljotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 yeara with Peiaoody Hotel)
R T Taylor, Miee W M Robertson, Mist
V J Vehan, Mo L T Waller, Ark
J N North, Tenn W H Adams. Mo
C C HcnderaoB, Ark A R Hayward, Tex
W L moway.Miss C M .lohDSon. Mies
P II Maynard, Ark H T Walla e, Ark
K J Baser. Ind W W Cooper, Ohio
a I.... j.,. T.n. a n Aanrta, Ua
R R Kennfd., Ky A R Williams, Ark
A " u.uiiiu, ia
M L Dugan, Pa
Yi D Green, Tenn
J Yardyke, Mies
K Krloet, Tenn
R B Brown, Tenn
B T. Mclnnis, Ala
V J layior, Miru
J W S ewart, Tena
F Murphy, Tenn
J M Kirby, Ara
P M M rril.Tenn
A J Mo "ullum, Tenn
I U Snyder, Tena
V IS Uuthrie. 1-nn
B, J AVivn, ni a
WC Wiliiams, .
TBE PLANS and 8PCIFrCATtON8 for
B. Lowonatein 4 Bros'. New Five story
Stone and Brisk Whole-ale Sioreh. ue li5x
IV) let't). to br erecUd on sou'lreast corner ol
Main and JeBoiron etreeU, UIi?g j??4 v
examii'atiou on ani atwr iiurtjcsj l.
July .sin, at the ctlire ol na. aa. aiaii
Ar'-n'nect. :I10 Seoond eireot. ,.
Bide aie invited tor the Stone. Brick, Iron
sad Cnrrentern' work. Plumbing, Me
l.tiing. Boilrra and Kualno!, sepwaUly, as
are also bl,ls for the eulire wirk, pompleU,
in accordance with plans and specifications.
anc levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness. m
James M. Uoodbar I Win. I., Clark Eaicene J. SJarrlnalon'l rrank . Jon est
. . . st,k3iitsiix4dB. ieeo.1
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to WCKCIUSTN Oft LY the lamest and beat etook of Boots and Shoes we
havo ever brought to this market, and which oannot be surpassed in quality and
styles by any bouee in this or any other city. In addition to a oomplete line of Eastern
made goods, including tbat'ELfcHKATKU bSSOltHAH A CO. MKOtlawa.jijj handle
a large and seleot stock of Cuatom-mada floods for Men, Women, Mieses and hKnn. We
carry a number of the best makos in the country, in ever variety and sty le,a4 among
them'.thn well known Men's Calf Boots and Shoes manufactured by Geo, HoosTorfor fur
Spring Trade. V also carry a ohoice line ol' Ladies' and Mines' Cnstom Kid, Goat and
Calf Uooda, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman A Co. We invite the trade to examine
our stock boi'ore buying elsewhere, and we guarantee everything we sell to give satislaction.
waaakliKAK A '.
"THE STAND AUD OF TDK WOULD."
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STYLES, $25.00 AND UPWARD.
avTERMS Cash, or easy Monthly Installments. Write lor Illustrated Catalogne.-Wa
HOLE AGENTS FOB
No,888 Xa-nlxa. St.,
161 Ilnlesa Street, Naahvllle.
T. B. SIH, Proa't, GEO. ABSOLD, V -Prea't. W. H. KEMSKBAY. Bec'y.
CITIZENS INSURANCE COMPANY
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
rjoniitr Stores. Dwellings and Glnhoases a Specially
ttiTlAimie Adjusted Promptly, and Pld at Memphis.
W. N. WILKBRSOT. GKO. ARNOLD, J. W. RICHARnSOS. J. F. DUFFIJf .
W. P. DlJNAVANT. T. B. 8IM8, JOUM ARMI8TEAD.
Manufacturer of Alabama Lime,
AND DEALER IN
NEWEK PIPF, P'UTLAND CEMEST, .
BL1IK MNlrVtiS, UOFDALi! CKMEMT,
CHIHNfcV TOP, L.OCISVILLE CfcMEJST,
LAWN VASKN. PL.As.TEtt PABI-.
TAL.E, FIHK CLAY,
352 FRONT STREET
ADLEE BR0. &
DTlle4 Crabs, Starlma,
Salmoa, Fr ih fm Mackerel,
Broek Troait, Oysters,
Maoherol In Tomato C'atanp,
Street Mtatrett Pick lee.
Soar Pick Ira by the gal. and In Jars,
Pickled Ositone, Hot Itrllxh,
Wooater Sanre, I oh. a to C'ataap,
Caper, Meatanl, t'nrry Powder,
Salad Drea.lns, Ollvrs, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheese, Celery Suaee,
Celery Salt, He , Ete.
J. F. BUCKHAM fc CO.
shea & McCarthy, rropr'g,
140,142,144 Front, Memphis.
ON B OF ID BLANKET BOILER SHOPt
in the Sontb, and the only oompleta
Boiler and Saeet-Iron Works In theeity.
Manafautorers of heavy xlnte Iroas
worst tf erery deacrlpllon. tpeota
eteitA nl.wt.tlori work
j. F. uolst & imo.
(SDCCEtWUBS TO Q. H, HOLST A BBO.
330 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS.
ATIILL and sonfplete stock of Wood and
M.talho Oases and Caskets, Cloth-Covered
Caskets and Burial Robel always en
head, a -Orders by telearapk promptly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IH
tsnas, Ammnnltlon, Fishing Tackle
am) Basp-ltsll Hoods.
WTIOLKALB AND RETAIL.
t94 Main Street, Memnbla, Tea;
Hannfaotarlng and Repairing cl tianl S
II. A. UIVKXft. WILL, SEIL
50 KEGIJjTEHED JEBSEYN
at 'E'mar(ih,"Cynthlana, Ky., Wednor-day.
Jul. 2S, 185. irom the " Klmarrh Herd."
Send tor eatalome, aad be on hand to secure
a bargnln thia being the lar,eit and bt
oontriouUos ever mail from a single berd.
' " T -i'u-a--- ft
7:YE1I, Bec'y Bad rreas.
. IIOO Ollvei Utrfet. St.
IIAIR atn FIHE BUICK, Etc.
CO.,261 LIMN ST
Latest Novelties is Footwear
P0R STRING AMD BUMMER.
E BOAST STYLES I
AGENTS FOR THS FAMOUS
W. L. Donglaa 13.00 Call Shoet
la Button, Laoeand Congress.
ST DInstrated Catalogue and Price-Elf
. Mailed Free en application. wa
Building & Loan Association
lal Serlea matured la 18 snosiths.
lid serloa matured 1st IIS mostlsaa.
Profit lis lat Series, 74 per ertare.
Profit Iss lid atrlts,M per ahare.
The.e two Serlea paid off la rail.
Jfew Series epenrd. Money leLoal,
A stoml Navlaaeta fSaab.
Far fnrther Information, call tin
Secretary, S9H Halm atreet.
N. W. fsPEKHS, Jr , President.
T. II lllCE, Weeretary.
T i o
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers.
318 Main St,, Memphis, Tern
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
TUBK PUTTS, CASTAS, Ete.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importers and dealers Is Saas, A mm a.
nliloa and t'lablas Taekle, Bnlldera'
Hardware, fcleetrle Bells aad Am
nanelaforafor Hotels and Resldenoes,MS
Mala atreet, Memphie, Tea. Kleotrie
snpplies always on hand. Bepalrlnst neatly
Importer and Dealer la
Gnu, tlablosr Taekle aad Sparta.
me" SJope o- Hreoial attenthn
a'ven io ilANUFACIURLNU and RB
PAlHINft 11J Blulu btM einphlH, Teua