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lUiLKUifl THE TABLE.
:-lTllsKe w Orlm aai Tf i iR'j
uiuuilVPI V.I.I.KY RWIITK.
ud after May 1. Ti pessenaer iram. uu
this row
4 WIITUP lMll'wp.
irnRii o
X MAIL.;
booth.
.North.
Memphii .
'r$y "
4: p.m
:! p.m
9:30 a.m
7:21 a.m
r?.'i-r
lead , u
1U:(W p.
! 4:C7 a.m
lkjborg. .. U'
arrlaoa t"""
:UmI---".
aro Reoirt,.
r Orleans..... . H
1:UU a. is
1:13 a.m
11:16 p.m
8:15 p.m
7:M p.m
5:li0 p.m
9:44 a.m
5:1S a.m
:14 a.m
9 -At) a.m
ftlNNBCTIONS
' A With .11 lhni.nt.rlni Mel
ipb.li.
w,. u AN.W.K. R. for
Helena.
fl For Greenville and Huntington, and all
Arkaniitl noint!
D With V. JH.
and V.! S. A P. Rallrnad..
-With H.,J.
A C. R. R. for Natch. and
Jacks.
f For Point ob tha Branch.
G With simmers lor Baron Hera.
H With leilroadi diverging lor Florida,
Texas ana uoaaapoinu.
JAS. M. KDWARD8, V. P.andQ. M.
A. J.AJNArr, . f. A.
Imlaalppl ka Teanmaea. Tralni
tnove as lollowi: New Orleans mail arrival
any at :3a.m. t leaves daily at 5:00 p.m.
Newport Nwa and Hlaalaalnnl Val-
Tralni mora a lollowi i Fait its
learai at 10:00 a.m.; bt. Load fut line
leer at 8:30 p.m.i Fait Una arrival at 1?80
p.m. : oi. uuia tut una arrival at V :05 a.m.
Loalavllla aad Hfaata villa Tralni
mora a follow! t Fait mail arrival daily at
5:l!ta.m.i leavei at 10 :10 p.m. I mall leave!
daily at 10:10 a.m.i arrival at 4:00 n.i
BrowaivUla aeoommodatlom leave! daily1
aoepi nnnaag, at o:iup.m.f arrival dally,
soept Bandar, at 1:50 a.m. (itandard time).
Mnaeabla aad Llttla Boeik.-Traini
ova aa follow! (central itandard time):
o. 1 laavai daily at 4 :'M tt.m. i arrival at
V too p.m. Ho. 3 leavei at 5:66 a.m. I arrival
atR:M)a.m. No. 6 ((relent) leave. Ilnneneld
dally (eio.pt Sunday) at 5:00. a.m.i arrive!
at 7 :10 p.m.
3nlf KoeM-fKanui City, NprlaiaT
ld iwl nsnplslNl Tralni leave M. and
T. depot aa follow! : No. 4, Knniea City et
ui, leavei at lu:io a.m.i Mo. 3, Kama!
City express, arrive! at 3:1
ress, arrival at 3:90 p.m. No. 2,
Kansas uity maw. leavei atn:ti i. m.
aniai City mail, leavei atn:0l n.m. I No. II.
Kama! City mail, arrival at 8:45 a.m. No.
I, tit. Leali and Chioago ikci, leavei at
iPO p.m. i No. 1, Kt. Louli and Chipaaoex
areas, arrive! at(:15a.m. In effoot Sunday,
April 18. 1BM6.
Hemphla and t'linrleaton Tralni
move ai follown Through expresi leavei
dally at 10:40 p.m. Mail and express leavei
dally at 10:00 a in. Honervlllo accommoda
tion letvel daily, except Sunday, at BiHO
I .m. Through express arrlvei dally at 5:25
a.m. Mall and expreii arrlvei daily at 1C :U0
S. in. nomervine aoroamouation arrival
ally, eio.pt Sunday, at 4;30 a. in.
BIfmrbla, Birmingham and lUaa
tin Holly Spring! Koute Train! move ai
fellow! : No.lleavai Womrhli dally atS:46
p m.i arrive! t Holly Spring! at5:58 p.m.i
No. 1 learea Holly Springs dully at :00
a.m., arrive! at Mempbli at M. 15 a.m.i No.
5 leavei Memphis daily at T:lfl p.m., arrival
at Holly Spring! at 11:45 p.m.i No.6 leavei
Holly Spring? dally at 2:15 a.m:, arrival al
fuampnu ai " - 'f
THE WEATHER.
WisnmOTOK, August 4, 1880, le.m,
Indications: For Tennessee, local
rain?, Bliftlify warmer. For Arkansas,
local rains, stationary tomperature,
latUcatlona.
lor IfutMpn: Variable wind, yen-
trolly mndhtrly; ttatxonary temperature.
FvrArkanxu: Local rami, variable
vindt; ital:rary temperature.
For Tenmtute and Kentucky: Loeal
taint, wind ihifting to Kiaherly; tlujhOy
Mxirmer.
wrwloa;lcl Kaorl.
lime. JBr. Ttier. Wind. W'ther
7.-00 a.m.30017 72.0 N. Clear.
11.-O0 a.m. 0 007 82.0 N E. Fair.
8 KM p.m. 29.9HA 87 0 N K. Fair.
7i00p.m. 2S903 81 0 N.K. Clear.
M;00 p.m. 29.9731 77.0 N.K. Cloudy
Maxiriam tampentare, 87.
Minimum temperature, 70.
Oaone, 11 a m., 2,
KalnJall, 0m
la (ha t)alt Unclaa.
OIOHAL HmviCi. U. S.Armt.
Auaust 3. 1880-6 n.m. f
Division ol telKrams aud reports for
ma oenent oi commerce ana airrtenl-
lore. (JottOQ rozion bulletin (or the
at 8 Tflo.-k i.m.
9 IS V S M
a Hp 3 Ha E
Mcrma dih- S g g gg p
f I ? B F-
Memphis 87 70 .00
Nashviiro 82 m .00
Grand Junction... 85 tift ,(X)
Tttacumbla 86 61 .00
lecatur.h 87 68 .CO
rteottKDoro 85 lit) .(H)
Ufitenvlilu.. 86 69 ,(K)
Hornnndo.. 85 (16 ,(H)
Grenada 85 Ii5 ,00
(Xirin'li- 86 63 .00
Arlington 87 61 .00
Brownsville 85 66 .00
Milan .- 87 61 .00
Paris.- 85 50 .(H)
Dyorsbnrg 81) (16 .00
Covington.... 90 65 .00
Bolivar.... 86 61 .00
Holly SpringH 85 (17 .00
Oxford 87 69 .0)
Snais 16T 1231 .00
Mrans 86 65 .00
DI8TB10W. f g f g P
Wilmingtou 8S 69 .34
Charleston 84 72 .81
IngusU 84 72 .29
Savannah 89 75 .Mi
Atlanta, 86 6!) .08
Montgomery 88 69 .16
Mobile 88 6S .01
Hew Orleans...... 91 73 .00
Galveston 95 71 .02
Vlckabnrg 89 70 .
Little Bock 90 70 .02
Memphis 86 55 .00
Sums 1048 819 2.29
Mean 87 71 .19
Bahaffcll la '! Bli for
JtBdlag J a ly SO. ltN.
Week
Station!. Total
Augns , Ga 0 'HI
Charleston. H. C 0.( 4
Charlott.-, N O
Jacksonville. Fla 2.36
Savannah, Ge 008
8mithville, N. 0 000
Atlanta, Ga 0 '6
Montg nv ry, Ala 0 90
Penacoli, Fls .' 3 31
Vickunnra, Mis 098
New O lei s, La 0.18
Cedar K yi, Fla 3.30
Mobile, a- 3.30
Fort Sm t1:. Ark 1.68
Galvreton, Tex.....
Indiam li, Tex
Liitle RicV, Ark 1.18
Palestine T.x - 0 53
Wir.verort, l.a 0 08
Cairo, I1L 0 35
Chattau ogp, Term 011
Cincinna", O Ofli
Indixn'po'H, Ind 0.11
Knoxvifle, Teun 0 44
IxiuiHvillo, Ky 1.06
Memphis Teno 4.74
Chair Turn lo Chicago"
Tassengers by the Kansas City road
will be furn shed i h rrtl nu g chair
cars on the Chic po exnraion free i f
cbag. For Bleeping berths, go early
to oiii'-e, No. 31 Jladi on street, be
twetn Main aud Seucnd. j
CITY NEWS.
Election tomorrow.
Toe weather yeaterday was de
lightful.
There was nothing ol interest in
tne i'olice Uourt yesterday.
The eastern pirt ol the city wb
enwrapt in uarknoss last night.
Oilicer Hedrick arrested Gns Hill
yesterday lor housebreaking in Marion,
Arc
II this weather continues Mem-
pbiaus will soon return from the sum
mer resorts.
Every Iriend ol good government
should attend the grand rally on the
DIUII lOll'gllt.
A sneak tbiel and a colored con
vict was the only game bagged by the
ponce yetieruay.
The building boom' continues.
Handsome residences are going up in
every quarter oi urn city.
The courts are all dull, all the
officials seeming Id be awaiting the re
sult oi tne great contest tomorrow.
John Cady and Mattie Easan,
riant; iioaite and Mrs. Lncy Jackson,
ix)uis urn ana uena Taylor were
licensed to marry yesterday.
During these hot days there Is
nothing so delightful as a bath with
some one who knows how (o rub and
make the muscles supple and make
the skin toft and, pliable and equal to
its work in the economy of nature. At
Ziormano's yon can get justtuch a
bath, and in "William" you have the
ruont-r to produce the enviable tliects.
iry mm.
Engineer O'Donnell bpgan yeeter-
day boring the well at the Court
house Tti h steam, and expect) to
have it linished and in opoiatinn by
the middle of September. It will bo
about eight inchfs in diamo'er, and it
is probable that It will be nnccseary to
go down 500 feet before good water is
rtacoca. me well will bs a boon to
Uouit house.
"The curlew shall ring at night"
is the burden of Sergeant Kogers's song
in spue oi clamorous complaint about
Ll" ! f l . ... .
nis provincial cusu m. inefouare is
brilliantly lighted by ehctrlc lamps, it
is situated in the center of the city,
ana Bnoniu e Kopi open at all times,
uay ana nignt. lue gates snculo
never be lacked. It is an outrage to
iock tnem.
We were in error in giving Gen.
T 1. 1 ltil.l.. . sit. I ait -
xjumt rj. n riKuv urouit lur tuis sen
tence in the ArpiAL of yeftesday:
- uan you vote lor Juiigo wniltn, who
waoiea to uisirancoiBe every South'
ernman7 We make the correction
at the inetance of Won. Wiigtit who,
while differing with the Judge politi
cally, has too high a respect for him
to utter such a sentence,
The Bradstreet Agency reports 162
failures in the United S at-s darine
tbe week ending July 30, 1880, against
m in tne preceding week, and 184.
199, 156 and 122 in toe corresponding
weeas oi ana MS2. re
SDectively. Middle States, 49; New
England Statu.", 14 ; Sou' hern S atoo,
14: Western States. 62: l'acifio SUiea
ana lerniorles, i3; Uaiuda, 22. To
tal In the United States and Can
ada, 184.
The Travellers' Insurance Com
pany some tims ago presented to its
patrons a portrait srouD of the Fed
eral Uenerals who held Important
comm suons dolng the late war. it
ws an artistic piece of work and ex
cited general admiration. Today the
same company his iesned a portrait
group ol OiHUrRuished Confederate
commanders, standing near and abont
ex i rewueni Davis, wooro portrait
represenis mm as he appeared when
tne war commenced. The ennera
( incirs are Koneit K. Lse, Joseph E
Johnston, James Lo gstroet, A. P.
Hill "S onewall" iackson. P. T.
Utaurogard, J. II. H od, J. E. B. 8:u
Uli8 gfoep is landing there is a y, rv
good framed likeuees of AlboitSd-
ney Johnston. The whole picture is
Birmu g ana en.H uve, so much so aa
to have won the encomiums of Mr.
iavis hlm'ir,
The Bonovolent and Church Aid
sncietiist f MiiH.'stipiii, Arkam as and
Teuneestxi ore now 111 te"Aoo at E:der
Curtis's churth, North Memphis. A
urgo dHiega'ion la present. coinpoMtd
ot pre idoDte and recording s-crot'ir es
of Hibordlnttte soclerlos. Tlio grand
pree dont is Iron Arkaii'iai, wh lo the
vie grand president fli;d crst d chap
lain are from Miiie8:pil and Tonnes
sue. T o permanent onmnie tion was
ellni'tud lit oviiutig. The in4 im
puium ptrt ( f the wnrk will ho hi;
conipliulied tiihiy and tomor ow. Tlie
seRP)nn a.o he d with rpen doors, aud
visitors iirj mailo w come. Tbt grand
nc pion and irnlalHiloa il bo
given tO'dght. Dr. Jav. of M limine..
pin.ichi d the annnnl n rm u lt nicbt
to a rrowueii iionso. Ti.oro hm n a iy
attractive forttures C'iiiuiict',d wit't h'n
t-rdi r, which tiieir fr euds will see hy
auni nig 11 0 8 itHions. Tne lv. J
T. White, of Arkaoea', is the origii'it
tor 01 uia largj ani iljuristiuiK h
cuty.
PpnrMiily llotol stand.
tiayovo Hotel Stiiml.
Cigar I'm lace. 310 Main Street.
llHHtl.mn t rnfor II iaee It. Kt llev &
Co's 11 0 Key West ciirtrp. The 'ra le
supplied at Now York prices. 'Cigars
ny win cox a spinney
1. BAMKLSON A CO.,
Bule Agent.
LOCAL NOTICES.
Dk. C. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur-
gwn, o. oi Monroe street.
P. M. Stanley, funeral director and
em ba nier, 66 Madison street.
Da. 8. J. Hull, ve'nrinarv sunron.
No. 378 Main street, at EJaarde'a
stable.
Van Vlmt A Co. and Wl ker on A
Co. aresgents for YeiIostjne Kit's
medicines. 1
Tut Memphis and LHtle Fork rail
road is adve Using low raiea to Arkan
sas and Texas.
Clxab Watib hot and co'd baths.
zoo, at tne Torkleh liathhoose, o.
i'ii oecono street, r ear Adams.
Tin Wdl am son Corse' asent. at No.
245 Serond street, has returned and is
pr pa ed to waii ou ber cuatomers.
Mihs I.iwillyn will t ke dudiIs In
elocut'oa during the snmme'-Ddl-
s rtemehod. Call at No. 89 Adams
tre't.
Fbvh sa't rieing bread, tetst brvad
ami ura'mra bn ad a' Women's E.
chat go Mondas. Wedn sJavs acd
Saturdays.
G. W. M ili er A Co., Pa'en Asetos
ire rrooi Ko hra. Koi Xluraiu ity,
equa ed by noi.e. Us d oo wood,
'i , lr n, felt ind gravel roofs. 65
Maditon street.
Taa Herbal Chill Cure, tha beet
tonloaad anti-narlodlo known. A sertali
and lure sure for chilli Price fl per hot-
tie. nena iiauipi lor circular.. Any r.l-
Jre nee lii.n. iltiren Jcba 0. Knokar.
lynehborx. Va. '
(i)-UII I'OUIO
Just received a 'ot tlr c'a'f. gen
tle, bn k ponies, t Foironi'a
taablc, 57 and 59 Mom or strtet.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.- WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 4,
PEKSONAL.
Mim Lilly L. Laski has returned to
hams, Tex.
Phil A. Hall, the popular Balee
man, uai iuw xorx.
Misses Maqoic and Mollie Cabky
have gone to Brinklcy, Ark.
Mbs. Chas. A. Moore and dangh
ters, of Kivburn avenue, are visitin
Mrs.T. F. Caldwell of Batesville, Miss
Mas. M. Leopold, of Spartanaburg,
k. u., is in tne city visring Mr. an
oirs. Li. ieopoia, ner'aauguter-in-luw
Mms Sau.k A. Ferguson, eccompa
nied by her brother, Mr. 8. 11. Ferk-u
non, and Mr. F. M. Young, all of
Kerrville, Tern., leave this morning
for Vernon, Ala., on a visit to friends
aaa relatives.
M. II. Mayor bas returned from
three weeks' vl-it to Greenville. Mifs
where he has been vifiitiBg his parents
ana menus.
Mas. J. B. Kirkwood and her dauc1
ter Josie, of Little Kock, af!er spend
ing several weeks with friends here,
leave for home lira evening.
mb. and rs. joun u. uockb re
turned to the city yesterday from
Middle Tennessee. Mrs. Cocke has
gone to Com j, Miss., on a visit to her
relatives.
Mihh Virginia W. Johnson, the well
known novelibt, while sojourning in
riorence some iime ago, wrote tot
friend in New York City an interest
ing private letter, from which Ilarper'i
nctKiy was permuted to make the to I
lowing extract: "I wish you could
look into the studio of the sculptor
Mr. Lsruin Me d, Drotbei-In-law of
Mr. flowells, and see his work, 'The
Misbisdippi Kiver,' a colossal form of
water god. surrounded by all the em
uioms oi tne majpenc titream. 1 m
confident you would be profoundly
Into ested in the noble work, as I am,
watching the head and line grow oat
oi uio uarrara Dicck, Irom tbe crown
of cotton to the a liga'or coi'ed be
neath the feet. Tuitj is the most char
acteristically American woik I have
yet seen undertaken by a native
American arti-t, and the Urgent ideal
nituresnce MichAHl Angelo s gigan
lie shapes. Jlis sculptor is a small
and slondor man. Oue is curiously
reminded of humanity in watching
tne u;uu ibkb torm oenea n ine b owh
of tha cbisul, realising that we are all
being thus fashioned by years and ex
perience." It has been suggested tht
Memphis would be the moit Buitable
p ace in Amer ca for this colossal ideal
of the Mississippi river, since she is
pre-aminen ly toe great city of the cen
iral part of the lower part of the val
ley. Jt would bs a magnificent mono
ment to the munificent eenerositv of
any one oi our weaitDy citizens who
would purchase and set it up,
.I.OWEtf STEIN A nilOS
GREAT MIDSUMMEB
CLEARING SALE t
IMMEN8B BBDUOTIONS
Ill OUB
SUIT DEPARTMENT.
I Miasos' White Suite, nicely made,
14 and 16 years, for$l.
Misses' White Suite, elaboiaWv
trimmed with embroidery, 12,
14 and 16 years, at $2 25 each.
Children's fine French Welt Pique
Dres-oa, trim red with All Ovor
embroidrrv, 4, 5, 0 aud 8 yearn,
$3 5i and 1-1 60 each.
Children's Oriontal Lscs D
4 to 8 years, at $5 60 and 7 CO
each.
Boys' French Welt Pique Drews,
Bligh ly soiled, at 1 25 each,
WOltllfS.
Buys' Twilled Linen Blousea and
Kilts at $1 25 each.
Cbi'drou's Gingham D es-ifB, wM
mnueana nii oly trimmoil, 4 to 8
yoiiiu, at Jl 65.
M'ss"a' GIni'hsm Drews. 10. 12.
14 nud 16 y. a s, nice stylus, at
J2 25, Wjrih5.
DON'T FJRGETonr Oho-p S lo of
i, 1 1 es- u 11 a ,11 1 i-sea J ui s -iy e, l'a r
asjls and Truokd.
TowoM
Towels!
40
drr.cn lilui nnd Rod Hor.lcr
Dninnsk Towels, p n lSi.itt,
or h 3 2o. We ofl,)r at 2 'lb
per d xi-ii. '
LI ii on Carriage liobi'8.
One lot Striae d Linon Lan Robot,
rnuuuen irom l 'j t 76o each.
One lo Novell v Lip Ro ie, reduced
jioni . to eitctt.
One lof. of Kmbroidrred Linon
Mnmlclnp Robi s, rot mod Irom
$3 60 to 1 76 OiCii.
Waoh Dress Goodn.
Only 50 pircos left of thrsa Beantl-
inl ftgu'etl Ldo.cn l.am( am
as advertised in 8 ndiy'd pa
per), worth fully 22 at tte
remarkably low pr.ee cf 12Jo
ptr jatd.
60 pieoea yry Hnrlnome T k
r ignrel Lawiif, Bat ate and Or
gandie', reduced irom 26c to
12jC per yaid.
76
pli-ca of tha Terf FincBt Fig
uid Lini'n Lawna, v ry i re ty
ra'troB, te luted fiom 32.: to
20c per yard.
B.LOWEA STEIN 4&BROi.
(vllbtMrllMslAr stivt M4ipeAl.
Billon, new.
A K'ea' many ro pie who in the
hurry of bus i e-s pu p down t ifir
mi a e, and 'hrongti a failure to m'ti-
c-te their fool po'r y aafler from
dep eion du-ts indin'inn, are a t
t ia.1 tt i ilioun-(w. Ti ij ia a co li
ra n mi tne. Bit the rooe'iyfor
ind rost't n i-i chap, pnUt jl I -nd
ealy ornund. O e 'ii k )f K -K
1 u u i ft r each me I wi 1 e-i the
rio ju cei in mot on at d knock in i-
g at o i h'gl er liaa k te
Solid mi er are at Mullord
HOTEL . A Ltlll VAL.
1-
Ca.ioa'i Hotel.
W. H. BINQHAM MiNieia.
Europenn plan. Kniarxod and refurniibed.
i rioei aoonrdinx to me ana loca
tion 0 roouji.
T I, Tloualaii, Miri M J Buwldin, Mlm
u tr 't '
Jose Uuintona. lie
U Aleiander, 111
Oapt Ulorter. Tenn
K Hanneil, Mo
M Milei, Ark
V Cainidy, Ark
DB Alexander. Ark
A J Perea. Ill
1 W bdnionion. Ark
T T Taylor. Tenn
C. F Mitr. Ind
I) D Anthony, Miss
A Ilrrn, .Vila
0 W Parker, Ark
P I) Clack. Mii
I! W lln.l.r Nii
K F Ch.w, Tenn
Mri B Utewart, Tenn Mill J Istewart, Tenn
M la L, titowart.Tenn 11 J Carpenler, Tenn
11 A menell, Tenn L Wrieht, Va
J 8 bcott, Va R W Davidion, Tex
saojy, i.nn uujoner.
Peabodr Hold.
C. B. OALLOWAV A CO .PaormxTons.
jvi sz w and I'l per day, according to
nee and location of room bixoi&l
rate! made.
JW Wooldridce, Ky W H Palmer, N Y
T A Herkini, Tenn 8 A I'erkini, Tenn
N Prince, Tenn J R Savro, Ala
IJTOoodwin, Ala HMyrick.Ark
Fl. Miichell Aw, ArkJ W JJanaell.Ark
JNIlahn, 111 JT8prk,Tenn
J E I...Rwod, All A O Dick. Mo
C Pn-kor, Ua EM Bimpion. Ohio
M M McUonald.Tenn J 11 tV hile, Ala
Mrs M J Burney, Ark Mill C Burner. Ark
11 r Heine, Ark iM inter II Heine, ark
n m ioie, ivy v v (.utieneia, 111
F-illollinKiworlh.Ill W 11 Harrii. Tenn
T A Moorman, 1 enn Mn. Moorman. Tenn
miiarni8ironx,ienn w Ulsmi, Uio
0 Wooddi.l, Ohio E Cmack, Mo
W 11 Nichoil, NY T 11 Stuart. Mo
HD Hare. Ark W 1) Wellborn, Mill
m n wellborn, Mill T W Caatleman, La
J F Allen, Ark J B Jones, Tenn
A Miller, Tenn 8 J Christman, Mill
W J Coopwood.Tenn F Y Voit, Kr
A A Hharp, Misi R U Moore, Mill
8am I ate, jr, Tenn W D Bethel, Tenn
( W Curtl., Mo JNah,M(r
M D Howell, Mo I L Friedman, Ohio
OA Elder, Ohio J M !)(. in. Mo
Mri A h Brown, Tenn Mr. McFarland, Tenn
mus "crananil, lean 11 (ionilinun, Jenn
( V Ta-uin, Tonn 11 U Ma-tock, Kr
J R Queen, Mo J K Scales, Tei.n
A WUrockway, Tenn M O Anilrowa, Ohio
PTUriffia.Ky E (i l)vidon, Ky
J F Miller, Ky J W Vick, Ky
w 8 Moore, Tenn J Anderson, Tenn
W B hose. Mo 0 E Barnes, Ohio
W Wood. Ky JL Uocke, Tenn
The Brw Uhvoio.
FARRINOTON, STEWAKT A WHITE,
Propmi.tiir.
Ratei, (2 B0 to $4 per dny, according to loca
tion ot rooms.
A M fitnndifcr. Mis. V. Franklin. M;
JTbhanki, Tenn R II Temple, Va
n b nicaey. in u 1 15 (ioodbar. Al nn
I A Thomiil. Tenn M iR. M PiLvninn .T.nn
W Kerrigan, Bt.Louii H E Fleming tit. Louis
.1 waixer, et. Loiin u 1 Kockwell, Mo
B W Bedford!!" Mias J C Pritonett, Miss
R H Moore. Miss J J li cks. T.nn
Whoi Wei lord, Tenn Cant E B Smith, Ark
C Mnsselman. Ark E W Williams. Ark
RB Davis. T.nn TRMiirlin.1i.nn
L (4 Newbuver. Tenn M L Kimhnll. Mia.
(1 B Oreeii, Misa R F Berry, Tenn
TOBvani.Tenn W A Carter, Tenn
B E Torr.noe, Mill L B Reynolds, La
O P Hioe. Mn
li u cull ni, ivio
A LDuntin, Ohio
J B Kelly, Ark
1 1) Andrews, Ala
L E Mnsby, Tenn
IV J Carpenter, Mils
W T McOuire. Ky
E W Jones, Miss
J L Dudley, Ind
I, B Banning, la
T B Williams, Tenn
T K druthers. Ohio
J G Allen, Ark
CB Knight, Min
CTbrmtu, Tenn
T D hep.rd, Tenn
I. T Briars. Ml
J W btev.os. Ky
W K James, Ind
It T li A -U
. . " . ' i in u ni,
CT Kenton, Tenn
Dnlty'a European Hotel,
Corner of Adam! and Main streets. Roomi,
duo, (ooanuei neraay: American nan,
ti per day.
First-RlASI Restaurant in tha RoUI.
, M. DUFFY (10 years with Peabody Hotel)
rropneior.
A B Rtiaknev. Ark DHh.nk. Ark
A I'aer, Miss J Burner, Tenn
WSMol arlani.Tenn W Hall. Tenn
N Color, Tenn A Kraier, Tenn
DPMnir. Tens P G Me.th. T.nn
C R Stilwell. Tenn J J Hicks, Tenn
TMHcottAfm.Tenn J i Alston, Tenn
M F Blalaek, Tenn , A Dickinson, Ark
F Nelson, Tonn R J Farrell, Tenn
P D Gallaxhar. T.nft P .1 Kn. Tn
J W en. look, Tenn f M Morris, Tenn
J IlMcKav. Ark
r t-ortmsndtr, Tenn
B B Knl.bt, Ark
CCHedrioa. Mo
J A Hughes, lna
J M Lamott, Mo
WUAdami, Ga
W A Irman, Ark
C MoUaflrey, Ark
U J Morgan, Teun
J U Holmes, Tenn
H 0 Cope. Mo
P L MtMftoham. Ark
K L. jamiiin, ind
ULPennymaa, Ind B 0 Tucker, lei
it n Alien, unto
Flae Watch rupalriD? at Malford's.
Read What the People Say.
"Which ri ute are you ttoim to Chi-
CBcro the 6th f AuMUt t?"
"Why. by the Luuiaville aid Nash
ville, of course.
"Why 7'
"B9cau:!0 it ia the lies' lini, and
mnkes faster time) f an aiy tthtjr
linn." Fare for r u id ii- ,i, H. 1
Look Ft tho scltod'.ue a.; comwo
it with thftt of r.th r llms
Ieave AJoniphis l(i:() a m , arrive
Chicago 10:65 a ni. nux. 'iy.i Ro.
t;iTiiiii!(, l.'Bvo Chi-ajo 3:-.) p.ki,, er
rive ai idi niji'il" ni 4 xt uliniw.
Go to tu k t (iihce, 2S7 Aioiu otrcot.
ana Bccuro Drrtua Himeepi r. ;
Bet KuCxlirn A IiKKvniaralno to do
jfone !"lntnr.io.
9S-C'lileago 4 IJouIch.
Tha Cher-a;:0 -;W a ,d Ohio jailrcind
will soil ' if kots Mpinpliii to hicgo
nr.tl n t ir.i, Auml O.h, nt tfs Koou
frr twun'y days, via Uwr excsllont
roiitPH. Tihiu lt?iv;nir 0 n iu. hss
sim per to lniisv;l!e, ffl':P cur.noc-tio-i
v c Inohri'nnlif, 6roa ronte.
Train ie'vinz 5:30 ".r co'inor-
t t n vlt Fulton .-dai- Hi e I. 0. R.
K.. alsj vi i Fu t:.'U J'" tlferer to St.
L niis Only oojVK;in ci'raany
rr.u . Hop i,v v )r.v. lo.it) grant m1
vi a'l rout n. Si'l at ticlr rtlice
under Peabody 11 t 1 h r pa thulare.
ViiJitf'-'el.'ifew'tl.-r, H-iiB, 8d
licit ordort fT'im Oie couutry.
S. Lery
Isfheo'd r l'mble trm It manufacturer
f Y thi S ut i, v, h'e a 1 uotvl work cmi
be (' u :il at lo-vpruo-', and repairing
rune wi'tiont. do i-y a im . 3!8 .Main
street, (ppoaito iVabody Hotel,
Order"ision ivlatle Medalra."
tin to Kntl4Mlire a.- i.nanHrNla Yog
pin,ill,,ir Ktnl J -1 , a
J. Fa U0LST k IJK0.
(BUOcaaeuBa to a. h. holmt a bbo.
Funeral Directors,
S20 MUS ST., MEMPHIS.
AVt,l. and oo.u.iki iwk of Wood and
Mrtallie JaM and Cask.!, ClothOov
ered Caskoti and Bnr al Kobei always a
bamv ' r.'" liV :eli:ravh pmmntiy
INPeBTKn ntTIKtl. rrrTHWKS.
" Ti(ig). triK FKtiM
BIRRK-HORN UNKXrFlil.R" roa
IA.MILV l'R RvCOMMkNU
KD BY TMK
Hikbrwt .lardlei il Aiiltil rlll..
Sole gents nr Vempls,
J(. tlRo A Ii t R II IT r
Frank SckmUanil
lmwrter ; ;
Nnna, lKlia T
g.von 'i, V(V
PMHI.Vl -
! 1'r.alur in
aid stsrta-
VTiei-lal ttcr)tior
J1V;J ,n. pj.
.
i , its, j a..K
JAMES C. BELL, President.
IflEKflPHIS SADDLERY CO
J
Wos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET,
-WHOLESALE-
MANUFACTURERS AND
OF
Saddles
SABDFTVRY
tST SPECIAL PBICES k Railroad anc Levee Contractors for Wmrnn. Soro-' n n
Between & Betwixt
Too Early tor the Fall Too
Late for Summer.
Hints How to Save Money.
It li between leasoni In tha elothing
trade. Tbe demand lor summer goods ii
now over, and 'myers are not yet thinking
of fall goods..
The Misfit Clothing Parlors, 262 Second
treat, do not believe in dull season. Goods
can always be sold, provided prices are
placed low enough. The way to do business
ii to do it. If trade ii dull force it. That'i
hat we now propose doing. Of course we
till have goodi on hand which we do no
care to carry over. Now we propose to sell
these goods. How? Why, by selling them
much lower than tbey cost us.
HARGAESS TO
SWAP AT!
Medium-Weight Suits Just
the Tbingg
for Fall Wear.
Light-Weight Suiti-Belbw Cost.
Fine Medium-Wiigbt Pant! oarr'ed from
tha Spring.
Heavy-We'ght Pante for Winter Wear
at Half Winter Prioei.
A General Clearing Sale
We Intend to sell all oar present (took be
fore our Fall Good! arrive. Mow l the
chance to lecure great bargains. It will pay
you to itock up now with tbe Suit! and Panti
you may not need antll the fall. Fall will
oon be here, and what yon oaa lave now
will be a lucky invest ment.
NPElIaL MOTICE-Oddi and Endaoi
Suit!, and Odd Coats and Vest!, at remarka
bly low prices. .
Hnoflf lAtlilnos PoMn,
262 Second Street,
Oppoalte Conrt Square. Mempble
V-epen Evealnra uutll 7; Salar
nrdays.anlll 11,
KB-All alteration! to Insure a perfect fit,
done free of charge.
R. KUPFERSCHMIDT.
IMPORTER AND SEALER IS
blnns, Ammunition, Finning TacUf
ana uaBei(au Hood 8.
WnOI.tWAI.R INI) RlfTiTT.
991 Mall. NtFML MAmnhla. Xmsmi
Manufacturing and Repairing of Gam
rneol.'tv.
Duvlled Vraba, Obrlmo,
Salman, rreab Can Mackerel,
Nardlnra, Labalcra,
Brook Troat, Oyatrrs,
Maeberel In lomalo Gaaaaa,
Hwet MnffVd PIckleN,
Hoar Plrklm by the gal. and In Jan,
Pickled Union, Hot Rrllnb,
Wooater Nunoe, lomalo Calanp,
4'perK, aiaHlurd, 4'nrry Powdrr,
Nnlud nrPNifluw, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream r lie, t'elcry Naee,
Celery Salt, Etc,, Eic.
Boiler Works,
811 EA & McClRTUY.Propr'B,
110, 142, 144 Front, ffloinphis.
03 0 r T Jl A I. AUi 1 1: !iT BOILER aHOP'j
in Vi .i)'.!-i. nli.i ,ilw HAmtit.
Ci ller and 8jot-Iros Wurki In theeity.
m:lMlir.ri of n, lnlc lrM
worJi ft rery lievu i-tl,.u. Ppeoii'.
nn,(i-ri v'.'. i- M,i, -ifln .rtTr
J. F. BUCKHAM 3s CO.
EAGLE.
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DIVIUINIt NOTICE.
OaVaTinn Aa
MggrBiej Hitt Fii-i am Uihsbji. Iks. Co,
UIICI, 1 Mad ...n Hir..t.
MrHnim. T.. Tnl. 4 .
AT a mating t the Board ol Direotor
held thii ilay. a Cah nirl.nrl of PI v
Ptir I tOl, on tbe O.n.l.1 atnnk nl the so
panywaa deolared, py ble on deuand.
sy order ot tne tinard of Direrton.
NAr-OLtO.S BILL. Pmident.
A'test! Ussrv J. I.thk Uaslier.
J. G. HCHK.DT & SON,
(mpnrteri and daahr. la ainaa.Amnaa.
""ton and Kahlpg riwkln, Biltra'
"rvy, iwirir HDiia araa
nanHl.ra(or lintels ant Heiideri,48
l(lrwttniplii,, r.aa Sieotrlr
lappKMalwayi on hand. iUpatrln aeatli
lone V
TouVi
ig & Brother,
KookAHlerft and Stationers,
I8 Mta Jrteuiptiift,Teni
Lacrix'8 Hneral Colors,
Artists liatenals,
lfjLjii',U VAS, Vie.
! D m.
HAOHKL HOWiNrt. Ppe-aliit in
la ernal lsea.e.
anien eXDeetlnc to
htatot!?er7 e n be iaitrn
ed ho' to prooure
e. iKIHMain at.,
Stei houritf to 4.
a'lilfs. !rturin n. 0
ever Leiuy net store
o
ajaaaaa
J I
0. I
1886.
E.
Harness
II HDWABE ABTD LUATHEM.
Jam I Sf. Wood bar Win. X. Clark EaCen J. CarrlngUm
tX3Mtca1oll.asli.ocl I860,
GO
OBBAE&OO
WHOLESALE
iOOTS and J
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WSlT!11? ONL Y th. larrest urdbeFt itoek of Boob end St
.iK. JV:0Ut tht8 ffwket.and which cannot b sanmRsod in auJli
.v.o. -u, uuuoo lu vl,llur BnjniDir
Spring Trade. also carry a oholro lino
m&ae fooafl. inoindin v th.i ui.i.iiUAVirik iiAi.Akaa.u a a . mia-.
VM'i Ill?iJ,t,t2oki.of Custom-made Goods for Men, Women, Misses and
?KrJfthB.B2.bi'i0Lti! biS"ffaJfef.1? eoptry,ln everv variety md it)
Z . ; T J u.niienaon, natulan A Uo. We invite the trade to examine
our stock before buying eleewhore, and wo guamDtee everything we sell to give satiiflotTon?
H'"IHBKI. .
ADLER BBO. &
W.LDOUGLAS'
$3.00
SHOE
TTflll
AND TRUST
brganiasecl
STATEMENT AT CLOSE OF
BESOTJBCEI.
Cash on hand and in bank.... ....I 27,984 90
Offioe nitores (OH oo
Bills disoounted 41,669 62
Bondi and investment! (market
value) 69,910 20
(140,164 78
a iua
.?rt.? era'
aar- We, the undersigned Committee, hereby certify that we have etamined the above
tatement, and Cash, Bills ami Investments, and find them all eorreot and satisfactory.
We rtootmnend that the sura ot $3500, from the earning! of past six months, be erediled ta
WMim i NAPOLEON HILL.
D P. HADDBK. President. , S. H ANDWKRKEH.
J A3. NATHAN. Cashier.
T. B SIMS, Pre'(, GEO. ABNOLD,
CITIZENS INSnMNCE COIPAflY
DOES A GENERAL FIRE
t&" Country Stereo, Dwellings and GlnlionHC a Specially.
SrjT Louses Adjuufcd Promptly, and Pid at Memphis.
,17 T17TT TTT7T)UrT
W. P. PI'NAVANT.
T. B.
MART
Send for Catalocue ehowing exceptionally superior advantntes.lnflicnees and environments.
fc4'ini..i,'t-ri";ria'
HI a 1?'-ltS
j' .
. '.
Bl Hi-".
EaWITZlWAMLfsCc
Hholesnle Dealer und Publisher,
Sola Agenta following rirrt-CIaeg Instrument! t
3toil3L"7'gEfV and ES.nO,to.
PIANOH
KBAHirD A A
ORG ANS WABKM- cub
aar A RIW T-OCTAVB PlAIfO FOR !."
Writ for Oatalnimwa. Tyiva. aa aikIM SEfWajV 1 WT., KMPKIS
THE PETERS & 'SAWRIE 00.
M. J0NK8, President. I. F. PBTER8, Tloe-Pretident.
IW. 0. F. DAWRIE, Beoretary and Treasurer.
(Naeeaaaora 10 Prtera'A Rawrle.)
JMABtCFACTUREUS OF THE "MA6S0UA BBIXV
30
38 nd 40 Jefleraon Street.
N. M. J0NK3, JNQ. K.
SPKBD, I. f. PiTTKRB. GRO.
J. A. BAILEY.
J, A. BAILEY & CO,,
HnHJ HURTS IBS 3E :
airy
330 Second Street, Meniplilft.
ALARGB AND COMPLKT8 8T0CK OF PLDMBKRS. OAS AND STBIM FITTERS
Materials, i'umpi, Drive Weill, Iron, Lead and dtone Pipe, Gas Fixtures, Globes, Kto-
F. 31EYER, fcec'y and Treaa.
MEMPHIS, THHN
"
JOBBERS
Collars
a v huu van uoiuQBi! yVS
Frank G. Joae.
SHOES
oe vs
sariiasscd id oualitv and
oiiy. in (laitton to
complete line of Btuiern
nn, wehatdla .
Children. We
lie, and ami ng
of Ladies
uauumoiureu
by Ueo, llocker icr ' or
and Miiises' Custom Kid, Goat and
GO.,261 MAIN ST
Latest Novelties In Footwear
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
KLEGAHT BTTLESI
SCPEBIOB WOBUBAMSUIP
LOWEST PBICES I
AGENTS FORTHB FAMOUS
W. L. Donglas 13.00 CaU Shoe!
In Button, Laoe and Congress.
mr Illnstrated Catalogue and Price-LJg(
Mailed Free on application.
SAVINGS BMK
COMPANY.
July, 1BOO.
bTsIXESS, JBWE 30, 1S8.
LIABILITIES.
Cspital 4 20,000 M
Snrplui - l.WiC 0
Profits (net 6 months)., 8,819 4
Fnnd for taxes 609 7S
Deposit 114,235 tt
140,164 78
Kamining Committee.
V -Prea'l. W. H, KESKED1Y, Scu'y.
& MARINE BUSINESS.
DIIlKOTOriB.
OK(). ARSOLD. J. W. KICIIAHT1SON. J. P. DC?FIN.
RIMs, jnim AHMISTRin
IDA K HUOD, 1 t,
yianulaotarer'i Agouti for
Daniel Fruit ot Ion tlias,
FEEDERS AN I CONDENSERS,
. AND
SMILEY, iSMflTH efc CO
Manutneturers of
Pratt Eclla llmlvr Ulna, Ferel
rra nud Miu KnlrcrN,
08 to 101 t'nplur St., Jlemphis.
avFratt Kevolving-llead Gins une-
qumea. etocg now complete, rrioes
y louiiucu, vuiv imuumiua unu iiruers
ouoitea. urn wins ttepairea in r irstr
ass tirder. All work guaranteed.
Of, ABLER, in. D. PEANE
ami WHRiiJHia. mm
ARNOLT, W. P. . BAWRJT
tt. B. WITT.
I FEMALE IIIEE
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