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tmm THE TEIi.
aVralTlII,w(rw Orlraai Texan R'j
UMIIMirPIftU.IT ROUTS.
Ul UtCT MaV 1. lo, PUMBrar train! 01
tun mad win ran ai lono.
wit
"Iasi kAlL.
South.
North.
M.nphil
Lai..-.
Lelend....
..A
,.B
,..C
.D
K
4:30 .m
9:Sfl e.m
7:21 a.m
4:07 e.m
1:13 a.m
11:16 p.m
Ri. p.m
T:M p.m
6i99 n.n
10:83 p.m
lokiburg,
Barriion..
:44 e.
maw hii i
Batoa H.air..
ff.w Orleani..
r
6:25 e.m
6:14 e.m
9:10 i.m
o:uu p.m
CONNECTIONS,
A With ill litioi inUriii M.mphli.
-With M.iN.W.R. R. for ii.l.ne.
9 for ttreenvill and Huntington, and ill
Arkamai point..
P-Wlth V. A M. indVu 8. k P. Rallroedi.
I-Witb.N.,J. A0.R.R. (or Natohei and
Jaokion.
f For Point, on th Branch,
ft With itoimeri (or Baron Bin.
H With railroad! diverging (or Florid.
TeiM ind Coeitlpolnu.
J AS. M. KDW A RDS, V. P. ind 0. M.
A.J.K.NAPP.G. P. A.
iMlulppI anal Tnonu...-Trilni
Iiov M followi: New Orleani mill arrival
ill y it 9:25 a.m.; I.avei daily at t:0u p m.
Innwrllmud Mlmlwfppl Val
or. Train! moT al lollowi t Fut Una
leave! it 10:OU a.m.; Bt. Louli fut lin.
U.t.i it 5 :S0 p.m. i Fut lin. arrive! at 1 :30
p.m. i St. Louli fut line arrival at V:06 a.m.
Lonlavtlle and Maahvllle Tralni
riOT. u followi : Fut mall arriT.i daily at
lit. e.m.: leavei atlUilU p.m.i mall leavei
dally at 10:16 a.m.i arrival it 4:(I0 p.m.
Browniville aooommodatlom leavei daily
Io.pt Sunday, at f-M p.m.: arrival daily,
axoept Sunday, at 8:60 a.m. (itandard tiin.).
eaapnla and Utile Rork. Tralni
tnove u follow! (central itandard tlni.):
no. 1 l.ar.i daily at 4:2(1' p.m.: arrival at
t 55 p.m. No. S l.aT.i at 5:M a.m. : errlvoi
et8:Wa.m. No. 6 (freight) leavei Hoiwn.ld
dally io.pt Sunday) it AiUu.i.m.i arriT.i
at 7:10 p.m.
Snlr Moo M (Kanaa. f'liy, Nprluff
elt and Meraphla) Tralna leave M. and
T. d.pot u followi: No. 4, Kaniai City ex
anii, l.avoiat 10:45 a.m.: No. 3, Kaniai
City unroll, arrival at 3:30 p.m. No. 2,
Kaniai City mall, laav.i at:(l p.m. I No. 11,
Saniu City mail, arrival at 8:48 a.m. No.
1, Ht. Louli and Chiouo .ipr.ii. I.avei at
4:00 p.m.! N.. 1. Bt. Louii and Ghioa.oex-
Jr.ii, arrival at 8:45 a.m. Ib .Boot Sunday,
prll 18. 181.
Memphis and Charleston Trilni
J love u follow! I Through eipreil l.av.1
ally at 10:40 p.m. Mail and expreil loav.i
aily at 10:00 a m. boaiervlllo aneommoda
41 on I.avei daily, except Sunday, at 6:30
.m. Throuihoxpr.il arrival daily at 6:25
a.m. Mall and oxpreai arrive! daily at 1C:U0
S.m. Bom.rvill. accommodation arrival
ally, .io.pt Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
Hrmphli, Birmingham and Allan,
le Holly Bprlnxi Rout Train! movo u
followi: No. 1 leavei Memphia daily at8:45
B.m.t arrival it Holly Bnrinae at 6:58 D.m. i
Do. S I.avei llolly Bnrinu dally at 9:00
a.m., arrivoi at M.mphil at II :16 a.m. I No.
(leave! Memphii daily at 7:16 p.m., arrive!
t n oi i y ppringi at u: p.m.: rto. leave!
ony Hnrinci daily at 2 no a.m., arrival at
V1UPU1I Kniw m.W.
TUB WEATHER.
WiiniiOTon, Anguat 11, 188, la.m.
Indications: For Tonnessee and
Arkanras, fair weather; nlightly
warmer.
Indication..
lor Miti$ijpi, Lovuinna and Te.cat:
Fair wathrr; Mutherly vimh; nearly
ttalionary temperature.
.For Arkansas, Trnnmee, Kentucky and
Ximmtri: Fair Mather; wulherly vindt;
tlighlly warmer.
UXoorolOffleal Rrporl.
Mmrnti, Tirnt., Anmi't 9, l8fl.
Time. I Uur. I Tlior. I Wlud.lW'ther
7:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
8:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
.10 154
uo.o
8i)!o
E.
Clear.
:i0.'i27i
Clear!'
Cieiri'
10:00 p.m
IH0.0H3
H00
8 W.
Maximum temperature, IX),
minimum temperature, u'J,
Otone, 11 a in., 8,
Rainfall, 0.00.
la the ( ottoa Bocloa.
Signal Birvioi, U. A.Abmt, 1
August 10, 188U-6 p.m. )
Division of teleiirauie and reports for
the benntit of commerce and agricul
ture. Cotton region bulletin lor the
twenty-four hours ending August 10th,
tat A rt ' s I m W n m
HI V VJ Vliv a." "i
MBMPRII DIB- t 2 E 4 g g B
I'lPj g
HemphU 00 09 .00
Kaahville IX) 64 .00
Grand Junction... 90 t7 .00
Corinth 04 (14 .00
Tuecnmbia !0 (13 .00
Decatur 01 63 .00
Bcottaboro 8!) tft .00
Hateaville 88 (18 .00
Hernando 02 05 .00
Grenada (U 64 .00
Arlington 94 02 .00
Brownsville......... 03 00 .00
Milan .m 03 02 .00
Paris. 02 50 I .00
Oorington.. 01 05 .00
Dyersburg , 04 03 .00
BollTar- 01 05 .00
Holly Springs.-... 01 60 .00
Oxford 01 09 .00
Buma..... ... 1735 1223 .00
Means 913 04 .00
Itflllff I
WUmtngtoa 84 71 .68
Charleston 88 71 .04
larMU..M 86 71 .43
savannah.-.. 91 72 .10
Atlanta. 86 68 .25
KoBfaromerT 91 67 .00
Mobile.............. 93 67 .00
Hew Orleans...... 93 70 .
Galveston.. 93 70 .01
Vlcajbnrg.. 95 72 a
Little Rock. 92 64 .
Memphis..-.- 91 64 .00
Soma- 1083 827 1.61
Mean 00 69 13
atalalall la Catloa Bell far Week
Kadlaaj Aagaet a, lane.
Station. Total.
Angus1 n, Ga 0.15
Charleston, 8. 0 181
CharUte, N. C 2.84
Jackeonville, Fl 1.44
Bavannah, Ga . 2 34
BmithviHe, N. C 0 08
Atlanta, Ga 0.76
Montgomery, Ala 1 at)
Penacola, Fla 268
Vicksbnrg, Mis- 0.99
Hew Oceans, 1 1.07
Cedar Koye, Fla 1.S3
Mobile. Ala- 1.67
Fort Smith, Ark 1.80
GalTHton, Tex .
IndianoU, Tex
Little K.)ck, Ark 4.95
Palestintt, T-x 0 26
8hreveiort, La 091
Cairo, 111 . 092
ChattennogR, Xeun 26(
Cinctuna'i, 0 1 9
Indinn-poli", Ind , 295
Knox vi lie, Tenn 2 85
Lonifille, Ky 1.36
Memphis, Tenn -3 41
Nashvil e 0 72
Pitlshurg , 0 74
.Columbus -0.40
Mnlfiird, Jewfl r, 294 Main, .
llcJU orders from the roantry.
Go our nd s"n KuonfT strike o'.it
(he Savannah etngrs today.
CITY NEWS.
Crops are excellent In the Mem
phis district.
Fireworks on the toboggan to
night complimentary to our visiting
guests.
Licenae to marry was lisued yes
terday to W. T. Bryant and Maggie
Williams.
F. B. TruYia returned from Byba
lia Sunday where be his been attend
ing school.
Mrs. J. W. Mm hull and sisters
have gone to spend a few days down
in Mississippi with Mrs. Thomas Fox.
A Chanc Acquaintance, by C. D.
Howell, lias ju t Wen issued in cheap
form, price 60 cents. For sale at
Mansfords.
F. B. Millard will probsbly be a
candidate for Mpgistiate of tbe Fifth
Civil District, the place now held by
County Clera Quigley.
The great Savannah club, the
leaders in the league rice, will try and
win a ball from Mniphis tody.
Game railed at 4 o'clock p.m.
Secretary Pullen was not at city
headquarters yesterday, on account of
tbe serious illness of his youngoat
child, a bright boy of 18 months.
Fbom all accounts tbe English gar
den party to be given at M'S. Turley'a
Friday night will be one of the mo-t
enjoyable entertainments of tbe sea
son. Dr. Graves, secretary of the Board
of Health, who has been very ill for
several weeks with malarial fever, is
convalescent. His oflice is filled tem
porarily by Dr. Gray.
Book agents and ticket sellers are
becoming scarce about the Courthouse
sines election. They had a rich har
vest before, but receive a dishearten
ing reception at present.
Tbe Appeal acknowledges the re
ceipt of an invitation to attend a social
reunion of ex-Confederate s ildlers of
Tate and adjoining counties, Kr.tliy,
August 13, 1880, atSenatobia, Miss.
The re-idence of Mr. Bmith Pea
cock, it Mill and Seventh street, was
broken opnn and robbed ol several
articles of clothirg and iowolry yes
terday morning about 2 o clock.
The health officer wai called on
yPB'erday to inspect the Court Square
fountain. The defuDct 11 -h used by
William (lie Conquerr Rogers to feed
tho alligators a.e said to give the park
a rathei unpleasant odor.
The relatives of the lata Vic Gal
linn state that his death wis ciused by
coiiKMtion of the stomach. He bad
not been drinking lately, and thestato
nient that he died of hrart disease,
produced by hard drinking was an
error.
The toboggan will do a big busi
ness today. It will be ready this'
evening for our guests from Arkansas,
and no doubt tbe merchants will see
that a pleanant recollm tion ol 'Tracy's
toboggan" will be catriod back by the
visitois.
Lush Brown, who wai tried in the
Criminal Court yesterday for killirg
another darky named Lewis Caldwell,
on the Kosley plantat ou, was found
guilty of murder in the second degree
and sentenced to ten yearn in the peni
tentiary. At the drawing of the LouUiana
Slate Lottery yesterday, No. 08 301
draw the capital piize of $75,010 No.
35,031 drew 25,00; No. ' 00,849
drew $10,' 00; No. 57,815 drew
(0000, and No. 18 Sib drew $0000, the
latler drawn In Memphis,
One of the rm-mbers of the Equit
able Gs Company wonted to bet $500
y sterday that lii( coinptr y would be
furnishing aa to the people of Mem
phis within the next Iwo yars. The
Council will piobably cons tier Jheir
rrcent cmnmunica'ton at its m-eling
tomorrow.
Deputy Sheriff Murphy bad a
lively chase ytsterday a tor Bob Grt in
well, a negro hny, wsn'fd by the
p dice for assanl ii g a liitlo gul at a
liuit a'aiui O'l iviam s rent a lew nays
ago. HodHshed through Couri Sqtiae
at breaknei k end, ad was tapiared
with the aid of S. rgt. Kogets.
A shootii'g a lira v occurred at
Gills S'atl n about 7 o'c'o.-tt ls' night
between Will Cooper .nd Will D ven
port, two young neyrt hoodlums,
which lo.-u'tud in the h'oti' g of Da
venport, once in the le't th-gh and
on in the li ft arm. Cooper wa f
terward arreaied Vy Peputy ShurifT
Alexanier and dipt. Hackott.
The sanitary fon'e b as been slight
ly out of gnr f ir a W'-ek on iconnt
t f a ftrike on thep ri of te c r tl riv
ets, who were receiving $1 25 a day
and d mantled $1 1 0. Their pla es
were tilled w.th n w men hy Ca, t
Jacks 'ii. They have n arly all eined
the t'oundiiies of the w rd ami ev
er) thii g gi e on am whly again.
Th re will be a ex nrsl m from
Metnihi to L tie Rock end return
Saturday n'vhi for i eb ' efl if Aviry
Obepel The ( h ir h Is he-vilr tn
debt, and .k s tb a mea s o iale
money The fare ha Wen placed 1 1
the low is e 1 f $2 60 f r the rou d
trip, in mder to g ve very one an op-
r)Mnnly of g 1, g. Tie rain will
ave at 10 o'e ock Bataid y nl.ht.
Suptirlnt ndent B rr tt. f tbe
City rallnad, ret'emm the denia1
mide the day before by President
Fiayaer r ga dii g the roo o'ida ion 1 f
the two com in ee H ren a k-d lo
eidenia'ly, h eve', that table or
f lectrior r' w rn H inire of the n ar
fu nre. He pat the 0 st of fe-dlng
malee, stabling and hire of ) o tleis
for his co.np.my at anout $i0,( 00 a
year.
Tbe B aiMreat Agency TepoHa
124 failure m the Unit d Ma'es dur
ing the we k ending AUBU-tt 7, 1880,
agalmt l'2 in the iirecwili g week and
192,2tl. i60and I05intb"eo r-epnrl.
ing we- ks f 188, 1884, 1883 nd 1882.
re pwt'velv. Middle Sate 88, Ne
Kugiand State" 6 Somherii Sta en 46.
Weete n Kta 18, Pariflo States and
TH-ntor e 19, Ci a la 12; t UI in the
United St tea and Canada 136.
Mr. J. M. Avent, of the Memphis
and Avent Krinel, p-teet-d ttironuh
the city Monday wiili twelve ol his
fle d tiial rlotis eti route tn CMum'dv
Dak ta, wbeie he wi I run th in in
chickens f r six; we k, the famous
i hauiuioi a, Paul Giad tone and K d
erigi. be nx in the lot. Mr. Avent
wi I judge thri Manitoba fl ld trixls m
Np emiier, and will b'ho rnn Paul
Q nl Glnd t ne ad R xt-rlgo in xhl
hition tiea a 'or th'benefltot ihettials
and naaenibled Fpirtmen.
We cip the following ex'ract
from tlearxet'li of Francis F- ntrww,
delivered at SprintA -hi, M i , la-t 8a
nrrtiy, In regard to the oi i s and
tiwi si f WtTennefS"e: "Nhw town
and ei ie have pprnnginlo ex'etenee
as II by maive, nntl thst Hp!endii itv,
Ii' k.d so ind aiM'lui'ly to yo'i of South
Miwiouri, ly a grnd radrohd line x
tendirg from vour norttiern borderui
eg nal y Ihrout h the Stale will yt t
onir.val br ai ciont nuuini.ke on tho
Nile, r-i'iiat d a lif, ib at tl e hmid of
papet ;al ami iiuij.li ri up tA navin
lif'ii of th" gn at ii:i'M ipi river, noon
to ;) t'.i r. Hi i niixd hv a nio li'v
I ri lgixif itvi.Ttit'i ti.'b' 'and tiiiitk j
Hues if ihi.it.'it.!i eiuj tjliijr the picd-
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL- "WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 11.
ncts of the world at ber doors; with a
population of 60,000 souls; herself tbe
local point of trade for all the sur
rounding country within a radius of
more than 100 miles ; already the third
in rank of the cotton markets of the
continent, and with a people un
daunted by plague or pestilence in the
past, which, thanks to sanitary sci
ence, can never again return, her pres
ent prosperity is but a faint earnest of
what she will be in tbe near future.',
Peabody Hotel (Stand,
tiayoso Hotel Stand.
Cigar Palace, 810 Main Street,
Headquarters for Horace R. Kelley &
Go's fine Key Weet cigars. The trade
supplied at New York prices. Cigars
by the box a specialty.
I. BAMELSON A CO.,
Solo Agenti.
FIBE THIS MOUSING.
TlieBalllmore and Ohio Telegraph
Office Take fire.
At 2 o'clock this morning fire was
discovered by patrolmen Faver and
Jenny in the third floor of the build
ing occupied by tbe Baltimore and
Ohio Telegraph Companv.on Madison
street between Main and Second. The
alarm was given and by the time tbe
fire steamers arrived the roof was
ablaze. A well directed stream soon
checked the flames and what might
have been a disastrous conflagration
was narrowly averted. Tbe fire
seemed to have started between the
ceiling and tbe roof over the
ba'tery room. The battery
was comparatively unhurt. Dr. Tur
ner's dentistry rooms, on tbe second
floor, were slightly damaged, and
there was some damage by water to
tbe office on the first ll Kr. The loss
to the building, which belonged to the
Clark etat,nnd which Is insured with
B. F. Price's agencies for $5010, was
about $500.
II. LOWEJVSTEIN A IlltOS
lllg Drives Today I
LAWNS I UIXGIIAMS!
Best Tallica of tbe Heaion 1
75 pleoes beautiful Linen Lawns,
all desirable pa' tern?, all this
season's importation, reduced
from 22Jo to
10c per yard.
65 pieces L'nen Lawn, choice goods,
sold throughout tho entiie sea
son at Si'Je, 27a and 25o call
and take your choice at
15c per yard.
80 pieces beautiful Pla'd Gingham,
medium daik colo s, just the
thing for early fall wear thh
lot bas been reduced to
7jo per yard.
60 pieces choice styles yard wide
Lawns, reduced from 15c to
C jo por yard.
White floods Department.
75 pieces Wbtye Checked Nainsook,
good quality, at
5c per yard.
25 pieces fine Sheer Persian lawns
-this is an ex'ra bargain. Sxme
gouds sold ev-rywhete at 25 1
and 3Dc. Th s let we have
marked down to
15c per yard.
Houfte FiirnlHbliiK floods.
150 handnome 12-4 White Mar
selllts Quilts, woith $3, reduced
to $1 75.
200 10 4 White Crochet Quilts,
worth $1 25, reduced to
85 cents.
60 dozen Red Bordered all linen
bleared Dama k Tow-Is, woith
12 50 per dcr.en, redui'td to
15c each.
Paranoia ! Parasols !
Miesea' 20 inch Satin Parasols,
tcall ptd edge, 85c.
Ladles' Canopy Top Coaching Par
asols, 90c.
Misses' finest Satin Parasols, lined,
stalloptdedge, $170.
LtJifs' best black Satin Pa'aimls,
lined, no lace, $1 65.
Ltd es' fine Brocade Satin Paraols,
lined, deep lace, $1 76.
Misses' colored Sa'in Parasols,
pointed ed(ie, lmed. deep lace,
reduced from f 2 25 1
$4 60 each.
Ladles' 24 inch Serge San Umbrel
las, white bandits, f 1 45.
Ladies' XX Serge 24 inch Sun Urn
' brellas, cellu old handles,
$210.
Ladles' best double faed Laven
k tine 26 inch Umbrellas, 4 25.
All 17 and $3 lace trimmed Sa'in
Parasols, $5,
Pongee Mikado Paaols, lined,
brown, pink and light bine, $0.
Also, entire stock of fine imported
Novel' ie, rargiogln prioe from
$18 to $22, have ben reduced
to $7 60 each.
Children's best Satin Canopy Top
Parasols, - 60c each.
H, LO WEN STEIN aft BRO S.
W. A Fairxs, No. 69 Union street,
has just received an A 1 lot l g""ol
Ken ucky aaddle and harness horses.
Fine Watrh repairing at vaKord's.
Bio ba'ball today at Cit 1 ni' Park.
Mompl ixva. Savannah. Go out ana
ere Knouff make mukevs t them,
OrderMffnltirl vlile ! lain.
Gkkat g .m; ai Cit t ns' Park today.
Mi mpl.is vs. Savnunu. Kuouff will
p'toh.
HOTEL AKRIVALS.
Oaetoa'e Hatel.
W. H. BrSOIIAM ......MiliOii.
Kurop.an plaa. Enlaried and reraraiihea.
rrioaj aooordini to ii. aad loca
tion of roomi.
A P Denning, Mill H P Oormin A i, Ark
11 Unidr, Art J 8 Howard, Mill
J M Flood, Va W 8 HrCrack.n, Mill
J r uocni.r, Ark u A uui, juiii
R E Craia. Ark D P ilarrii. Mill
W K MoDonald.TeDn C W Priddy. lean
M8Jr. Tenn Ed Whrnlork, Ark
Min M Nunn, Tenn JWTaU, Mill
JKeioan.T.nn J W Quorlei. Mill
E C Buchanan, Tenn 8 A Kpixraon, Tenn
N Merriir.th.r, Tenn J 8 Leon.Teon
A W Kanden. Tenn Min W Wort, A'k
W A Farrlea, Tenn W L (irabam, Tenn
K M Le.cb, Tenn J R Ilond. Tenn
K W itheripoon, Tenn H C Needham, Kai
E D Bluter, Mill J M Than, (ia
A Yelland, Mo T J Taylor, Tenn
II A Lewis, Tenn J W l'ernim, Tenn
0 N Perkini, Tenn J R MoCallon w, Ten
II 8 Bandari, Mini J C Clifton A d, Mill
Min L Clifford, Misi R 3 William?, Ark
J K McUlarty, Tenn R 8 iMbney, Mill
C II Carthage, Mo J M ('atroxni, Va
C C Uuntington.Tenn J W B gm, Tenn
11 W Itryant, Tenn F 1 Munaon. Ala
T B Winning ham.Mo R 8 Craig, Ohio
W F Norman, Va T Bliioto.nthal, Mill
P W HpotUwood.Min T Greenwood, Ala
JAdarni, Va J A Ailams, Tenn
A W WbiUker. Min A J Barrett, Tenn
P M Cobbi, Ark
Peabody Hotel.
C. B. QALtiOWAV A CO PmeiiiTOEB.
Katei 12 50 and S3 per day, eooortiini to
liie and location of room Special
ratal made.
0 Millar, Tenn OWCurtii.Mo
h 8 Robertaon, Tenn W Black, Ark
W 0 Falkner, Mill F H Parhain. Ill
8 H Caldwell, Ark H Floxmao, Ky
R 11 Taller, Tenn W W Fairbanks, N J
P W Hopewell, Mo JW England, N Y
D Walker, Va HO Pryor. Ohio
F Funicer,N Y D Fox, N Y ,
A Miller, Tenn 8 L Black, Ark
W'Hmiih.Tenn PBMoiby. Tenn
JP Edmondion.Tenn L Franok, Ky
J Wheeler, Ark M J Wheeleriw, Ark
B R Bale., Mo AW Brockway, Tenn
OUntoutenbenh.Neb II Chauranant. N Y
J B Leake, Hn Mn M C llullif, Mill
A .1 Snifen, Miia 1) Wolf, Ohio
J H Newberger. Ill T M Tucker, Mill
J Fentre-i, Tenn R V Mamton, Mm
MriDUuiaell.Miu O 11 Dovey, Ky
F U Howald, Ohio A W Smith, Tenn
II 0 Porter, Tenn J E Bunion, Tenn
H D Hartman. Ky TP Kelly, Ky
M l Robert!, Tenn J W Wouldridge, Ky
J R 8oata, Tenn C 1) Heavia, Wo
K W Parker, Mo E D C Buah, III
B V W Oweni, NY W 8 Moore, Tenn
Fiiher, Tonn B C .lonen, Tenn
FJudaon.Mo 11 H Perry, Tenn.
Tbe Blew Uavoao. .
FARRINOTON, STEWART A WHITE,
I'KOPIIITOKS.
Ratea, t2 CO to tt per day, according to loca
tion of roomi.
B Montgomery, Ky (1 N Brticoe, Tenn
W Buxbaum, Tenn - Briggi, Tenn
J B Atkinion, ky M Iluyle, Tenn
P M Howea, Mo B N Hurt, Ky
W B Catobingi, Tenn 11 J Krabble. Ind
RJTate, Mini C D Exum, Miei
R T Ilarrii, Ark T Downey, Mo
W Coleman. La T 11 Bell Aw, Oa
R F Haundera, Oa FA lltnig, (la
R W Thump, on, Tenn J C French, Tenn
L E Perkini, Mils C R Henry, Mill
R II Morton, Tenn T B Joy, Mo
J II Reynoldi, Mo R U Fowler, Mo
A Tl-impaon, Mo S K Nicholaon, Ala
T B Baaaett, Ala 0 Cox, La .
Thoa linker. Ark W W Wood. Kv
W L Hookaday.Tenn T O Taylor, Tenn
A L Boat, AU ASJonei, Ala
II W Fuller, Va W J Begii. Kv
Uen LN Meeki, Tenn F Fentreaa.Tenn
MaeterKentrena.TennC F Verrol, Mo
8 Shullivan, Ohio HT Harris, Mo
K 8 Cen'er. Tenn W W Wood, Ky
M J Coleman, Ind J B Baker, Mo
J U Kimball, Ark T D Perry, Ark
A B Miller, Ark T E Bridget, Mill
Dnftjr'a Enropenn Hotel,
Corner of Adami and Main itreeta. Roomi,
50o, 76o and tl Per day: American Plan,
Wi per day.
FlrKt-ola.nl Reataurant in the Hotel.
J. M. 1UFFY (1U yean with Peabody Hotel)
. Proprietor.
M L Tyion, Tenn H T Jncoba, Ark
R M Miller, Mo H T Andrewa, Tenn
R M Frayier, Ark W C Cooper, Mo
P L Minor, Ohio A M Taylor. Ind
r U minor, unio a hi iayiur. iui
R II Taylor, Ind II M A lauii, Mc
W L Floyd, Ala W M Attoway,
R H Henderson, Pa C J Minor, Ohio
lao
Tenn
A Dafhtell. Tenn T Brianen. Tenn
M "mith, Tenn W B Royater, Tenn
J Nolan, Tenn W T Kennedy, Tenn
8 M Mewart, Tenn B F Hopegood, Tenn
EdHehloas.Tenn J D mblett, Tenn
T A Wright, Tenn J K M Her, Tenn
Y E MoKeon, Tenn R J mith, Tenn
JHnll. 'ienn N Coker, Tenn
A B B'ackwood, Ark W H. Fowler, Tenn
A McKlven, Tenn J M Lamott, Ark
C J Abel, Oa RLNathem, NO
W C Cope, Mo II L Cope, Mo
AH Sldebottom.Tonn W L Puretta, Fla
B C Wa-ner, Mini A II Wildinan, Ala
CCWilliami, N Y MUsina, 8 0
W W Pennyman.Ark B OTuckir, Ark
P R Hopkina, Tenn J " Dnniela, Tenn
JZont, Tenn KSouiitb, Tenn
LOCAL NOTICES.
Br Nall has temord his residence
to 02 Eichange street,
Mkmphir vs. Savant nil at Citizens'
Park today.
Dr. C. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
P. M. Stanly, funeral director and
emba'nier, 65 Madison street.
G.W. Miller A Co., Talent Asbestos
Fire Proof Kolera. For durability,
equaled by none, Us-d on wood,
tin, iron, felt snd gravel roofs. 65
Maditon street.
Thb Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tontoand anti-reriodio known. A certain
and aureenre for chills. Price tl Per bot
tle. Send itampi lor cironlari. Any ref
erence gixen. Addren John C. Ruoker,
Lvnohher., Va. e
Studies at 6t, Agnes Academy will
be re um-d on Monday, the 6th of
Peptunber. As an incentive to the
inuu-try of the pupils, a nandsume
goid watch i re ei t d bv Mr. T ylo' as
the ''Miggie SufBu Memotial Pre
mium" will be awarded to tbe young
lady boarder whi, havlrg attained ber
fourt enth ytar, has excelled in all
schrol duties ai.d nqnlrtments.
Tm wasting diseases of Infants and
childien are by no means confined to
a 1 ii snfficient eupply of food. Tbe
tionble is that the f.md is Ir ju'1iciou
ly srlecied. and the limited dig' stive
power of ine child Is unable to as
aitui'ate it Mellln's food, when pre
pared according to the directions,
forms th b st substitute for mother's
milk that has ever b en pioluced.
Dom't fail to see the great game be
tween Memphis and Savannah at Cit
leans park, today.
NUdNllTerwar. at Malford'a
mt Ratlodr A IdNraanarataa ta
Thb greatest game of the season at
Oitifne Park today Memphis vs. Sa
vannah. Oa ao StatlMl a Ijacaaianitaa tog
ill! PlanblBS aavO alaaa-A IMiag
Honoxram llatnKlea Mnlford.
ADDITIONAL BIVERS.
Vicxsbdbo, August 10. Night De-
Sarted: B. 8. Uayea and barges, New
rleans.
LouwvillbKt., An?nt 10. Night
River stationary, with 6 feet 8 inches
in the canal and 8 feet 6 inches on the
fulls. Weather clear and very warm.
Departed: Paris C. Brown, Cincinnati,
Oaiao, Angutt 10. Night River 11
feet on the gauge and tising. Weather
rlar and Wiirm. No arrivals of regu
'arpat keta Departed : City of Baton
Rouge, New Orleans.
Pitt- bdro, Pa., Aligns' 10. Night
11 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather clear and very warm.
Cincinnati, O , Angus! 10. N ght
R'V'T 0 feet 3 incliMi on the gauge and
falling. Weather fair and hot.
St. Loria. August 10. Night R'ver
fallen 1-10 lncl.es, ai d sUm's 7 6-10
fe-l on the gauge. Wfatber clear a-id
vt-ry hot. Arrived: Citv f St. Lmiip,
New Orleam-. Departed: City of Cairo,
Vicksbnrg.
JAMES C BELL, President
MEMPHIS' SADDLERY CO.
N01. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET. MEMPHIS. TENN.,
WIIOLEALE
UAUUFACTDRERS AI1D JOBBERS
-OF-
Saddles, Harness Collars,
SADDrTiKY H'BDWABE AMU talSJLTHEK.
&" SPECIAL PBICES to Railroad ant Levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and -Cart Harnes?. -
Between & Betwixt
Too Early for the Fall Too
Late for Summer.
Hints How to Save Money.
mw It li between Maioni In the olothlns
trad.. The d.mand tor inmmer (ooda ii
now ovar, and Hajari are not yet thinking
of fall t oodi.
The Hiifit Clothing Parlori, 262 Steond
itre.t, do not beliav. in dull leaiom. Oooda
oan alwaji be lold, provided prion an
placed low enough. The way to do bnilnen
ii to do it. If trade ii dull force it. That'i
what we now propoie doing. Of eonne wa
atili have goodi on hand which we do no
care to carry over. Now wa propoie to sell
theae aoodi. How? Why, by selling them
much lower than they coit m.
BARGAINS TO SNAP AT!
Medium-Weight Bulti-Juit the Thingi
for Fall Wear.
Light-Weight Sultl-Below Colt.
Fine Medium-Weight Panti carried from
tbe Spring.
Ueavy-Weight Panti for Winter Wear
at Half Winter Pricei.
A General Clearing Sale.
. We intend to lell all oar preient itock be
fore our Fall Ooodi arrive. Now li the
chance to lecure great bargain!. It will pay
you to itock ap now with the Suit! and Panti
you may not need nntil the fall. Fall will
loon be here, and what you can lave now
will be a lucky inveilment.
KPKlIftL NOTICE Oddi and Endiof
Suiti, and Odd Coats and Vesti, at remarka
bly low prioei.
Misfit Clothing Parlors,
262 Second Street,
Oppoalte Court Square Hemphli.
mw Open Evenlnga nntil 7 ; Bator.
nrlaya,natll II.
A11 alterationi to insure a perfect fit,
done free nf chirge.
Deviled Crabs, rtbrlran.
Salmon, Fresti Can Mackerel,
Sardine., Lobalera,
Brook Tront, Oyaters,
Mackerel In Tomato Catsnp,
Sweet StalTed Pick lea.
Soar Plckleaby thecal, and Injara,
Pickled Onion., Hot Reliah,
Wooater Sance, Tomato Cataap,
Caper, Hnatard, Carry Powder,
Salad Breaalnc, Ollrea, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheeae, Celery Sance,
Celery Salt, Etc., Ete.
J. F. BUCKHAM fe CO.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
imporxer. ana aeaiar. in m
nttlon and t'lalilna; Tackle, Bolldera'
Hardware, r.leclrle Bella and An
nnnelatora for Hot.li and K.ildenoei,S4S
Main alreet, ateuiphla, Tenn. Electric
luppllei alwayi on hand. Repairing neatly
don.
R. KUPFERSCHMIDT,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IB
Suns, Ammnnltlon, Fiahlns Tacklt
and Hafie-Kail Hooaa.
WHOLES A LB AND RETAIL.
ma Main Street, lem.kli. Tennj
Manufacturing and Repairing of Song a
ep.Bt.itv.
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
SHEA A McCARTHT, Propr'a,
140. 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
tU Or THI LAR9I8T B0IL1R BHOK
1 l tk. Q.aaL .-J iL. .aln aABanlakt
BolUraad Bkaat-iroa Wurki la thaelty.
annlaetnrara of heavy nlato iron
work of ovory doaerlntlon, Bpeola)
attanttn '
Frank Schumann,
Importer and Dealer la
Sua, ITahlntr Taeklo aad Sparta-
aea Bnppllea. mw Special attantloa
iron to MANEIACTURIN9 and Rl
PAIRlNa. -wa
4ia Wain BU Wemphlw. Tna
J. F. H0LST & BlIO.
(BUCCI630B8 TO O. H. HOLaT t BBO.
Funeral Directors,
hats iraovia TO
Ho. 330) EC05D tT MEMPHIS.
A FULL and oonpleta itok of Wood aad
M.UIlio Jaaa. aad Oaaketi, OlothOov
erad Caak.U and Burial Robot alwayi oa
hand. aar Ord.n kv talwrraoh promptly
1114
DEMOCRATS TO THI FRONT To all
peraoaa Making Qovwam.at Km
ploym.nt ta any ol the d.partm.nti ai
Waahtagton, or any oth.r poaitlom and.r
th.ov.ram.nt.I will Mad (nil laitractlont
ai to how to proceed to obtain th.iaa.,
aad Blank r.rnief aplleatloa on
ree'.rt o On Dollar, trfarea JH
DW. RriiBt, Q0WLINO, Snc'aHit In
M.'ernal lin.arai Laii .xp.cting to
bemollier-o n be intrer'ed bo' to procura
painl.aa pirloriti n. OISi. 27H Mala at,,
over Leldy i hat itor. Offio. boun, to i.
1886.
E.
James M. Cloodbar I Win. I.. Clark Eugene, J. Cnrrlagtoa Frank G. Joaea
IXlaatAVillailiecX. 18GO.I
GOOBBAR&O
WHOLESALE
BOOTS and
319 Main Street, Memphis. Tenn.
WE or.r to MEBCHAHTS ONLY thelargat and but itock of Boot! and Bhoei we
have ever brought to th ia market, and which cannot be lurpuied in quality and'
itylei by any houae in tail or any other oity. In addition to a oomplet line of Eastern
madegoodi, inoluding tbe CKI.KBKaTr.u (.OOliBAK t CO. BBOUANN, we handle
a large and aelsot atock of Cuitom-made (Jooda for Men, Women, Miaiei and Children. Wa
carry a number of the beat makei in the oounlry, in everv variety ind itile, and among
them 1th. well known Men'i Calf Boot! and Shoe! manufactured by O.o. Hooker for our
Hprinr Trade. W e alio carry a choice line of Ladies' and Miaiei' Cuitoin Kid, Goat and
Calf ttoodi, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman A Co. We invite tbe trade to examine'
oar Itock before buying elaewhere, and we guarantee everything we i.H to give latiafaction.
UOOftHAK A CO.
ADLER BRO. &C0..261 MMN ST
W.LDOUGLAS;
w y . ,
SHOE 0?
AM
a.fS
H:wre jin i
MARTIW FEMALE WM
PulaslLi. Tenn.
Send for Catalogue showing exceptionally superior advantaiei.lnflaencei and environment!.
IDA E HOOD, 1 Pmvoipais
SUSAN L HKROST. ( "I!0IPAIS.
SEASONABLE SEEDS
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE,
39 Union St., Memphis, Tenn.
B ETH EL Classical and Military AC AD EM V
In a country noted for beau'y and health. Courie of atudy, 10 branobei, lurpasied In thor
oughneai by no aoadeoy ,n tbe south' Medical and Law Couraea preparatory to tho Uni
veraity of Virginia. Hoard, tulti m, medical attendance, half aeea 0", tib. No extra!.
A ddr. Maliir A, H. "M TH Bn'h-I Ar-aHmy P 0 . Fmion'.r 'v. V
l & j i a -r T ' y TmrntmuJ!- I .
'
-WfrSBJtti. H'"
-
I liliiii '
B. WITZMANB i Ci
Wblal Dealon m4k Pablisnera,
Bole Ag.aU following Fint-CIaa! IaitraaianUt
piAwoa Al.,v,iLtvci,.
lft B JH HAM! a HAH) IN, ULOIVH it VYABBBja, CHI
UAtiUA.i1M OAGO COTTASB OBalAra.
WW k. NIW T-OCTAV1 PIANO FOR !.
Write for DaUlnwnna. WJim. 9991 and 93ft NFTOK N'!'., M VM PUIS
THE PETERS
M. JONES, Preildent. I. F. PETEHH, Vica-Pratldent.
W. D. F HAWRIE, Secretary and Treaanrer.
Hneomaora to Peter. Sawrle,)
XANUFACTUBEKS OF THE "MAGNOLIA BRiND"
SO 38 aad JlO Jefferson Street.
I T)innoToiiB i
K. M. JONTW, JNO. K. RPWKO, I. P. PKTBRR, GgQ. ARNOLD, W. D. F. BAWRlf
J. A. BAILET.
J. A. BAILET & CO.,
33G Ncoml Street, Mempliln.
AtAROB AND COSIPLBTU 8TOCK OF PLUMBERS, OAS AND STRAM FOTIR8
Material. Pnnn. rr'v W.n., Tmn, toal anH -tn. Pin.. 'I " VItM-m. flloUa, Ita
VK KENTUCKY
AmiLITARY
itoiia. INSTITUTE
COLUMBIA ATKENtUM
Umai'li C4 aiTt-ali CapaciotI
liuiKiino, . I imei ht- il il v.uiiai.i An. horarv, rp' i'u n.1 rqulpDieott 1
teaohvi- TtaoriiUrfh f r.d eomp'.u coun. of instruction. Be-t .,.tv in ii-" in v uaic, Elocai
tinn,, Painting, 'C Ni inta-i tniam Sh Annual Satliou lfnt- .'J.MAV, bept.H
1886. Price! raaionabli. Illu.trted Catalogue tree.
F. METER, Sec'y and Xreaa.
SHOES
Latest Novelties in Footwear
FOR EPRINS AND BUMMER.
ELEGAHT STTLEsT"
SVPEBIOB WORKHAIRHir
LOWEST PBICES i
A8ENT3 FOR THE FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas 13.00 Calf Shoel
In Button, Lace and Congreu.
atar Illuitrated Catalogue and Price- Lilt
Mailed Free on applieation.'vo.
PJtti'lT UlS CO.
Manufacturer'! Agenti for
Daniel I'rall UottouGlns.
FEEDERS AN D CONDENSERS,
SMILEY, SMITH efc CO.,
Manufacturer! of
Pratt Eellpar llnil.c Olna, Fceal.
era and win kepalrera,
08 to 104 Poplar 8tM Memphis,
..' ,,5j a-a-Pratt bovolving-liead Oini una-
Iqualed. etook rnn complete. Prioee
'.Jrreduoed. Corre pond -noe ana ordert
-r j . , i .i ii. ... u -I I i - u; ...
t " ti.J... All mnt h .n.niil..
& SAV7RIE CO,
s
01
tf. I. WITT.
A V 1IML FUR TOONC
l.ilUM ol-in.aln, Teaa.
Utlth, rn.-.illnn! llandaonf
UmuU'li ,4 aiTt-ali CapaciotC
ectiP
I At Farmdale P. ., Prarklla 0... :y, ey.ni rrt
UumUv HDt..'W, lUtlnd annual wnilon andcrmora 1
I favorable aaiplee. tban fur pail w vwn. nil r
"iiitaciloo iwirrd bv th. Irt (hat th. Sept. and able
Kk-uIit .It. aadlvlded attention to paplle. A M
Inchool tor roya and young roi-n iiic-ii aranowitogf. no. a
uperlor. rvr cautogu. u. aUdraa. CI k ).AUJ.Boplal

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