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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL- TUESDAY. AUGUST 17, 1886.
B1M0AD HO TABLS.
bctnfUN Vew OrlMU ul Text Vj
i auMtiMHirri vaulkt Kovra.
and attar aiav 1. lows passenger wiuigi
tail road will ran M lollowi ;
ii tie p.a
f Ifil p.B
K.w (Means H
A-WHball Hnei .ntaringM.Bjphtg.
B-With M. N. W. R. E. for Helena.
O-For Greenville and Buntlm ton, and all
D-WitbV. k M. nd V.. S. P. Railrotdi.
a-WltnN.,J. AC. R.R. lor Satchel and
F Tor Poinu on th. Branch,
tt With steamers lor Bayou Sara,
fl With railroadi diverging lor Florida,
Teias and Coaitlpolnti.
J AS. M. KDWAKDtt, V. P. and a. M.
A.J.KJiAPP. Q. P. A.
alleelealppl anal TrnaMtM,-Traini
Bora aa lollowi i New Orlsani nail arrival
daily at Ril&a.m.t leaves dally at 6 :00 p i.
ItVMH lfl Md Mlealaatnpl Tat
ar Train! mora as lollowi t Fait 'In
ru at 10:00 a.m. I bt. Lent! fait Una
laaTM at 5:30 P.m. I Fait Una arrival at 1 :30
p.m.! lit. Louii fait Una arrives at 8:06 e.m.
Loal.Tllla and aabvllle Traini
f or ai follow! i Fait mail arrival daily at
ilfta.B.i Laval at 10:10 p.m. t mall Level
ially at 10:10 a.m.! arrival at 4:00 p.m.
rowniville ecootnmodatiom Level daily'
(apt Sunday, at 6:00 p.m. I arrival daily,
iopt Sunday, at 8:50 a.m. (standard tima).
Maaaphle aad Little) Hock. Train!
nova ai follow! (eantntl itandard time):
Ho. 1 Laval dally at 4:20' p. m,i arrival at
(iM p.m. No. S laavai at 6:66 a.m. j arrival
at 6 :50 a.m. No. 6 (freight) laavai HopefLId
dally (aioapt 8nnday) at 6:00. a.m. I arrival
at 7 :10 p.m. '
Unir Boot (Hanui City, MprlaeT
eld aad Moraphla) Traini leave.M. and
T. dapot ai follow!! No. 4, Kanaai City ax
ran, laavai at 10:45 a.m. I No. 8, Kaniai
City express, arrival at 3:30 p.m. No. 2,
Kansas City mall, laavai al8:00p.m.i No.ll,
Kansas City mall, arrives at 8:45 a.m. No.
I, St. Louis and Chioaso eipresi, laavai at
4:00 p.m. I Na. 1, Bt. Louli and Ohloaioei-
ireis, arrival atftit5e.ro. Ia effect Sunday,
pril 18, 185.
Moaaphfe and Charleeloa Traini
wove ai follow! : Through eipress laavai
dally at 10:4(1 p.m. Mall and aipraii laavai
daily at 10:00 a.m. Somervllle accommoda
tion laavai daily, .icept Sunday, at 5:fl0
.m. Throuffh eznresa arrival dailv at 6:25
a.m. Mall and a i press arrival dally at 1C:00
.m. Boniervine accommodation arrival
ally, eioept 6unday, at 8:30 a.m.
Momphla, Blrmlnaliatn and Allan
(la Uolly Sprinn Route Traini mova ai
follow! i No. 1 laavai Memphis daily at 8:4ft
i a,i arrival at Uolly Spring! at 5:58 p.m. t
No. 2 laavai Holly Springs daily at 9:00
.m., arrival at mempbii at into a.m. I no.
laavai Memnhla dally at 7:15 p.m.. arrival
at Holly Spring! at 11 :45 p.m. t No. 6 laavai
Dolly Spring! dally at tu a.m., arrival at
tlemphli atH'45 a.m.
Waihirotoh, August 17, IMC, la.m.
Indications: For Tennessee, (air
weathor; slightly cooler. For Arkan
sas, fair weather; nearly stationary
For Mississippi: Fair weather; southerly
wind; nearly stationary temperature.
For Louisiana and Texas: Fair
weather; muthrrly winds; no decided
change in temperature.
for Arkansas: Fair weather; southerly
winds ; nearly stationary temperature.
For Tennessee: Fair weather; south-'
trly 'tlnds, becoming variable; slightly
The Arkansas river will fall slowly; the
Other rim will remain nearly stationary.
Mmrma, Tien., August 111. IMS.
Time. liar, i Titer. Wind. Wilier
7:00 a.m. 21J.050 80.0 S.W.Clear.
8:00 p.m. 2H.MW 91 0 W Clear.
10:00 p.m.l'I'.OIQ HUP H. Clear.
faxluiiiui temperaturo, 1)5.
Minimum temperaturoi HO,
Ozone, U a m., 2.
la lb a (lotioa Kocluu.
Signal Service, U. S.Abmt,
August 10, 18SU-6 p.m. J
Division of teleRrania and report for
the benefit of commerce and agricul
ture. Cotton region bulletin lor the
twenty-lour hours ending August Kith,
at 6 o clock p.m.
"SSL" pi I? I I
Memphis 05 80 ,00
Nashville 04 7U .-
Grand Junction... 05 73 .00
Corinth OS 71 .00
Tuscnmbia 00 fiO .00
Decatur 100 72 .(H)
Kcottoboro 05 08 .00
Eernando 07 74 .(X)
ttatesvill 04 78 .(X)
Grenada 07 70 .00
Covington 08 71 .00
Dyersburg 100 74 .(X)
Arlington 100 74 .00
Itrownsvllie........ 00 75 .(X)
Milan MX) 75 .00
Paris.- 00 02-. .00
Bolivar-..- 07 7:1 .00
Holly Springs 07 70 .1X1
.Oxford 08 7U .00
Sums 1851 1377 .
Means 07 72 .00
r B B P
Wilmington 00 72 .23
Charleston 03 73 .13
Angusta. 05 73 .10
savannah 05 75 .10
Atlanta. 05 71 .06
Montgomery 08 74 .22
Mobile 09 74 AX)
Hew Orleans. 07 79 .00
Galveston- 08 74 .00
Vlckaburg 04 74 .
Little Rock 09 78 .00
Memphis 07 72 .00
Rami 1150 885 139
Means 96 74 .12
The court have all adjourned.
Nothing wts developed yesterday
in the street car consolidation Bcbtinn.
Seve-al persons were prostrated
with heat yesterday. None of the
cases were fatal, however.
Col. W. L. Vance is very 111 at
Morehoad City, N. C. His wife hat
been telegraphed for and will leave
Licence to ma'rvMr8 issued yes
terday to Sam McNeil and Ma L
Williams, Rjbt. Smith and FraLCes
The Ladies' Aid Society will give
a select social at the residenoe 'A Mrs
JP. P. Baaer, 88 second street, Chelsea,
Sunday was a siorcher and yrsler
day was equally ss tongh en ' bote who
had ti us their hand fjr other labor
than that of wieldirg h pnim leal.
The a gomeRfo of the preachers
were acceuiutuu djim weatiunnat
Sunday. It waa mighty wiry ainnar
who did not welt under the combined
A meeting of the Memphis Cyle
Club will be held at 205 Main street
tonight A full attendance is nrged.
The Memphis firemen who visited
Chicago on the 16 rate have returned
home. Tbey insist tbat the breeze
from the lake made them long for
The Toboggan was crowded Son
day afternoon and night by hundreds
of ladies and gentlemen. List even
ing throngs enjoyed the glorious moon
light trips "over the hills and down
Pe'or Gorman, coh red, who at
tempt sd to rob the boarding bouse of
8. W. Davis, No Of 0 Main street, San
day morning, but wa dlecovered and
recognized, was pointed out by Mrs.
Davis to Oflicer WilioD, and arres ed.
OvnrSOO people visited the new
Island Gr.ive Park Sunday afternoon
and evening by the steamer Enquirer.
This park Isoneoflhe most delight
ful places near the city. The Eoqnirer
will continue to make trips every Sun
day during the hot season.
Three inquests were held Sunday
one by Justice Fleming on the body
of John Brown, colored, who died of
congestion: one by Justice Batten
beg on the body of J. B. White,
colored, who died of natural ciuies,
and third by the same magistrate on
the body of the infant of Susan Mul
tins, aged S hours. The county pays
$5 for each inquest.
"Rather a high handed niece of bus
iness," said a sweating ciu.en yester
day while he mopped h:s face after
reading a telegram announcing that
President Cleveland had gone to the
Andirondack mountains for a month,
"I can't get off to the springs or the
seaHbore or even to Hopelluld, and so
help me. if I were United States
Comptroller I'd dock him for every
day be is absent. "
Pcabody Hotel Ktand,
Gajoso Hotel Stand,
Cigar Pul-et . 810 Main Ktreet,
Headquarters for lloiace R. Kelley &
Go's floe Key West cigars. The trade
supplied at New York prices. Cigars
by the box a specialty.
I. BAMELS0N t CO.,
Mb. J am its F. Bhannun hm returned
Mihhbs Maud Wilhvb and Josie
M U880, of this city, are visiting Louis
ville. Mmi Fan Nays returned to city yes
terday. She will be found at old stand
177 Third street,
Jamih H. Malonb and family left
Sunday night for a month's vacation
in North Alabama, near Hyde Park,
in Limestone county.
T11 ib will be a meeting of the
Ladles' Missionary Society of the Cum
berland Presbyterian Church this
morning at 9 o'clock, A fud attend
ance is desired.
Jamkn O. Harris, of Tiptonvi le,
Tenn., is stopping at the Perry Hotiso,
Kureka Springs, Ark., for his health,
where he wcu'd hn gld to see or hear
from any nf his frlendx wlio desire in
formation from Matir.d Bond.
Ike Samkiaon loft last night for an
extended Eastern tour, embracing
New Yotk, Boston and the principal
watt ring places. He will rominlong
at Lung Branch. Mr. Hatnelpon
will be abtent about six weeks, and it
ia rumored will not return alone.
Opb young friond Gilbert llaine is
much giatifiiul with the succe s here
cf his great life Irutiraiire company.
We are not Btiprined, however, as he
would surely display his best judg
ment in suit cling a h'e company that
would be popular with (he public.
Tin Rev. II. A. Jones, of tho Court
Street Cumberland PraebvteiUn
Church, who hns been in England for
several wt oka, will re'urn to Memphis
on tho 25th of August, lie preached
to a large congregation at his old
church in Kpg'nnd on the 1st of ibis
month, and ws warmly greeted oy nis
Mkihim Oarhki.i, & Company. Limi
ted, of New York, will pu'tlit-h. in a
few days a new novel by Mm. J. H.
Walwo'th, enti'lnd "The Nhw Man at
RosHmere." Mrs. Walworth's "Har
Sinister" and "Without Blomish"
were both received so kindly by the
press and public, that a new b ok
from her pen is sure of success. It is
consi leted to bs Ur in advauce of her
former flloris, and doubtless will be
one of the mo t ponul.tr novels of the
seacon. Mrs. Walworth formerly
lived ia Memphis and wai a regular
contri u'nr to the Api'HAL under the
nom de plume of "Mutu rGoosn." Her
many friends in th 8 city w 11 be g ad
In heer of her success as a writer iu
Tub fourpT-Jiiiirnal givo a graphic
description of 1 he grand ba'l at trab
Orchard Spring on Friday last. We
tnae the fol owing ex rai t: Mirs
Corrine Goodman, M mp'ds, crims n
plush and jollow sa i, en train, with
BRrnitnre of ted a d yellow tita.
Miss Nor in Goodman, Memphis,
white eilk with ov. r-kirt of otit-mai
lace, and garmtnte of pink res.
Mias Kats V& c, Momph's, bin satin
with lace trimmings. Mrs. Urnlum,
Memplia, hick velvet, dUmoi d-t.
Misi Mary L uieo Yerger, Greeuvi lo,
Miss, cinnry silk, gua and a tin
ovordresK, with an au.btr head-d
front; luces and d'nmond. Mrs. T.
J. Latham, M mphts, black ve'vet
en train, point lace, diamonds. Mrs
II. O. 8impon. Munph'B, maoin
eilk, pink bioraded front, diamonds.
Mist Floy Lt' am, Memphis, pink
satin, pink Spa; isri lace overdress.
It would prove a very d flhmlt tak
tt any one to find aa many prrtty and
charmii'g young ladies a' any other
summer r. sort as are at dab Orchard
Springs this eeBon. As it would be
almost an impoes billty ta attempt to
particular ie, mention only is made of
a few among the mos' popular: Miss
Louise Yerger, of Greenville, Miss.,
Misses Coir noe and Norma Goodman,
Mies Kate E tea and Miss Jennie Mer
ritt, of Memphis.
Fiae rTath rormirtwa- at MaUord'a
Citiw "Drummond's" (only genu'ni
twot n U) "Natural Leaf" td. ceo.
The btst chew In the Sta.e,
Mackinaw Hata, 70c at Cohen's.
Adloe to Motbenu
Mrs. Winalow'a Soothing Srrup
should always lie used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieve the 1 tile
suderurs at once j it produces natural.
?uiot sleep by relieving the child
rom pain, and the little rherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It ia
very pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, noftons the gums, allaya all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
Iwwels, and la the best known remedy
for diarrha, whether arising from
leethlng or other causes. Twenty
five cents a bottln. '
OrdorMullml Made 5I4ls.
Pickibc ii inakini rood Drosresf In
Tbxab ia sgain comp'aining of
Oatibpillabs are reported in dis
tricts of Georgia, Florida, Alabama and
Mississippi, but with no appreciable
injury as yet
Closing: prices of September options
at Chicago yesterday: Pork, $l)07.
Lard, $7 35. Clear rib sides, f6 22.
Corn, 44c. Wheat, 781c. Oats, 28 jc.
A leading Front street house has
sent a trust woi thy representative to
YazioUiiy to solicit couMgitraents of
cotton. That's the lort of eaterp ise
tbat builds np a city's trade.
Visitors on 'Change yesterday : Maj.
T. C. Dockery, Miss.: N. M. Fa'k,
Wioona, Misi.; Dr J. W. McAllisti-r,
Nahville; J. S. Griffin, Columbia; A.
O.Terrell, Gill's Station; M. O. Mil
lett, Oweusboro, Ky.
TniNewY'ork Commeroial Bulletin,
Angnttl4tb: The first bale of the
new c itton crop which has arrived at
this port was yesterday sold in front of
the exchange for 6Jc per pound. Leh
maon 4 Co. were the pnrcbasers. It
was classed as "strict good ordinary,"
and was grown in Thomai ville, Thomas
South Cabolina Aqbicui.tubal Rb
pobt. The Commissioner of Agricul
ture of South Carolina issued on August
10 his report on cot'on for August 1.
Two handled and fifty-seven replies,
covering every county in the State, are
summarized as follows: The reports
of the cotton crop, with few exceptions,
arr unfavorable. The correspondent
freneially concur in the opinion tbat a
arger yield than Is now anticipated
will he rea ized if the fall is late. The
condition on the 1st of August is. in Up
per Caro.ina 02, Middle Carolina 00,
Lower Carolina 73; average for the
Sta'e, 07, which is lower than it has
been at any time since the war.
Db. C. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
P. M. Stanley, funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison street.
Cbiw "Hone Shoe" tibacco. Al
ways best and cheapest.
W. A. Fairks, No. 69 Union street,
has just received an A 1 lot of good
Kentucky saddle and harness horses.
Tbi Herbal Chill Cure, the beet
ton lo and anti-pariodla known. A eartain
and lura eura for chilli. Frlna II par bot
tle. Band itampi for eirculan. Any raf
renoa vixen. Addreii John 0. Huoker,
The best regulator of digestive or
gans snd the beet appetizer known is
Angostura Bitters. Try it, but beware
of imitations. Get from your grocer
nr druggist the genuine article, manu
factured by Dr. J. G. B, Sirgart A
Tub Ladies' Aid Society of Hernan
do Streit M. E. Church will have a
lawn party Wednesday evening, Au
gust 18tb, at the residence of R. L.
Dalion, on McLemore avenue. All
invited. Refrefhmen's, 25 cents. Con
veyances will leave the church at 8
o'clock p. m. Fare, 5 cents.
Studies at St. Agnes Academy will
he roftimcd on Monday,' the 0th of
September. As an incentive to the
industry of the pupils, a handsome
gold watch rreont',d bv Mr. Taylor as
the "Mitggia Rullln Memorial Pre
mium" will be awarded io the young
lady bonnier who, having attained her
fourteenth ytnr, has excejlod in all
Echcol duties aud requirements.
The wnsting disoasos of infants and
childten are by no means confined to
an iiifuillieient eupply of food. The
trouble is that the fond is Injudicious
ly adeemed, and the limited dig' stive
power of (lie child is unable to as
similate it. Mellin's food, when pre
pared according to the directions,
forms tbi best substitute for mother's
milk that has ever been pioluced.
Ely's Cheam Balm was r. commend
ed to me ty my drnvsist aa a preventa
tive to h y fever. Have been nsing it
as dirt c e l eince the 9 h of Angust and
have found it a specific for that mnch
tteadedad loathsome disease. For
ten years or more I have been a great
euflyrer each year, from August 0th
till frost, and have tried many alleged
remedies for its cure, but Ely s Cream
Balm is the only preventive I have
ever found, liar fever suflorets ought
to know of its elll-scy.
F. II. AINSWORTH,
Of F. D. Aimworth A Co., Fubliihera, Indl-
Nbw Orleans, August 10. Night
Arrived: City of Baton Rouge, St.
Cincinnati, O , Angus 16. Night
River 7 feet '2 inches on the gauge and
etat o ary. Weither cloudy and very
hoc, thrdateidng ra n.
VlcKNitrjKa, August 10. Night Ar
rived : City of Oairo, St. Louis. De
parted: City of Natchei and City of
Cairo, St. Louis. River rising.
Loo ih v 1 i.le K y . , A u a u tt 1 6. N I gh t
Rivet stationary, with 4 feet 8 iucbes
in the chuh! and 2 feet 6 inches on the
tails. Weather clear and very hot.
Cairo, Anguet 16. Night River 10
feet 5 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather clear and hot. Arrived:
Annie P. Silver, St. Louis, 6 p.m.
Departed: Dooto, Memphis, 3 p.m.
Evansvillb, Angust 10. Night
River rising, wih 6 feet 9 incbea on
toe gauge. Weather clear and ex
cte4voiy hot. Arrived: Ohio, Cincin
nati, 7 pm. The Bnck eye State tele
grape to arrive at midnight.
St. Louis, August 16 Night River
fallen 2-10 inches, and stands 7 6-10
fet on the gauge. Weather clear and
very bot.the mercury reaching an alti
tude of 104s in the shade. Arrived:
Arkansas Citr, Vicksbarg. No depart
ures of regular packet.
(tolld NHverware at MnlfortV
Mackinaw Hate, 70c at Cohen's.
IS REMOVED BT TBB CSB 0 OOOOABINB,
And it stimulate and promote the
growth of the hair.
Burnett's Flavoring Ritvarta are the
tt MatltMlr at lkswaaaralBa) t
A llragtlnfa Story.
Mr. Isaac O. Chapman, druggist,
Newbnrg, N. Y., writes ns: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William II all "s Baleam for
the Lungs. I cab say of it what I
cannot sy of any other medicine, I
have never heard a customer "peak of
it but to pralee Its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many rises of wnooping
cough, with the happiest eftects. I
have need it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have
I rot tile in the medicine eloeet ready for
nouewrtkni Utaugleej nnlferd.
0. B. SALLOWAT CO rionrrroaa.
Katea H 50 and IS par day, aeoordlna to
siaa and looation of room Spaoial
RVf Porter, Ark J B Franklin, Ark
MOM illett, Ky W Oav. Tann
W M Uunbar. Ky MO Nieholion, H Y
FPamron Aw, Ark J W Little, Tenn
J L Lovelace, fl Y B B Blewett, Tex
JC Deibonea, Ark W II Palmer, Ohio
JT VoanE, Ala H M Cole. Ky
C W Griffith, Tenn H Wii-kirer, Tenn
Q E beoton. tenn E tf Hufonl, Ky.
A i Stark, NY M Adler. Ohio
C Oaylor. Ky Mr. L O Huniaker.Ky
Mm M Taylor, Ky T J McCarthy. N 0
T 8 Noble, NO F Meriirold, Mill
J EShskeiford.MiM CC Emery. La '
Mill Raiier, Tea S Kauer, Mii
A J Bennett, Mill L liexter. Mill
W BoU-hilii, Mill I. K l.yom La
jT Queeny, La K R Lyons, La
E U Donnell, La W L UcConnico, la
T J Cornnell, fO M Block, La
T J Wallace, Lr. J E Kovae. Mill
Mn Contl, Mfji Mii Conti. Mill
M A Joyce, La W T Nolty, La
1 PrentUe, JMich J H Vail, Mo
P K Hotter!, Tenn J H dtewart. Mo
J M White La WS Moore, Tenn
J M Jamen, Tenn W W Jauiei, Tenn
T J At J, Mo F Matthewi, Mo
K E Horn, Mill J K Holder, Tenn
J Q lialey.La L Hunt. Tenn
T J Hunt, Tenn J K (catei, Tenn
C M Pr nala, Ky J. H Davii, W T
O W Curtii, Mo L C Padler. Mo
F E Smith, Mo J W Bicknell, Tenn
C Uermeny, Ky M Ko'ityel. N
Mn P F Lanier, TennMri P Lamb, Tann
J M Preiily k w, Ala W H Fiynn, Ky
Oee E Fossick, Ala J A Wilson, Tenn
OB McDonald, Kai TH Bunch, Ark
O W Jones, lann W L Atkinson, Mo
R V Atkinson, Mo J W Richardson, Tana
W Wood. Ky W C McNutt, Ark
Max Parker, A'k D Hackman, Ark
J O Fitti, Ark F Fraikel, La
Jeue Watt, Ar!t J W Vick, Ky
The Hew Savoeo.
FABRINOTON, STEWART A WHITE,
Ratal, 2 (0 to per day, aooordlnf to Iaoa-tionofrooma.
SS Donnell, N 0
A 8 Key, Tenn
Miss Key, Teon
M B Litten.Tenn
EC Field, Tenn
0 Chrisman, Mill
G N Dorsey, Misa
Misi Maxwell, La
W S Hansell, NO
Mn C S Burt, La
1 Mayer, N 0
P Battle, N 0
F Tovo, N 0
J II Spearini, N 0
J Jewell, La
L OCroiban. La
Miss (Jraco Vilor, 111
J W Clopton, Ark
W W Stephenson, Ala
E II Dickinson, Misi
C Howard Misi
Mrs Wardell, Minn
I Wiliinake, Misi
T A Divine, Tenn
S J Peebles, Mo
F M Jones, Mo
F II Neirman, Tenn
R Frank, Tenn
J W Hancock, Tenn
M S Kohler, Ky
Miss H Heath. Misa
Mn D Key. Tenn
Mn J H Wise, Tenn
8 P Owens, Tenn
W II Talley. oity
II A Hill, NO
Mrs F L Maxwell, La
M K Hansell, N 0
F A Burt, La
J L Dwyer. N 0
J Burnes, N 0
J J McCarthy. N O
H E Lengsfiold, Mill
F P Motlee, N O
M Wolf, La
II M Snyder, Ark
KL Viler, 111
M Andrew!, La
Lee Barton, Tall
W Wood. La
R L Brooks, Ind
V Fowler, Tenn
J J Peres, Tonn
N Jackson, Tenn
L Block, Mn
B r Hicks, Ky
E II Voegeli, Tenn
Ii S Minis, Tenn
A R dill. Ohio
J E Ho.th. Mill
w it ilardlrou, av III Puns, lenn
J P Hall, Mil W II Ouynn. Ohio
J W Harris, Mill M Bringle, Tenn
M R I doll, Va R A Armitsad w.Ark
d W Ague, Aik E (1 Brown, Tenn
R T llurrli. Mill B O bhelton, Tenn
W VvtoKadden.Tenn A P Smith, Tenn
W T Dounlaai. Tenn T I) Ilaile, Misi
Misi B Untie, Mill LHhelton, Miss
L E HoaihiTenn J H Bernard, Mill
W Williams, MI11 WD bledge, Misi
. W. II. BINQHAM Makaqrb.
European plan. Enlarged and refurnished.
Vricei aooordinc to siio and looa
tion of roomi. ,
LKRo.lnr. Mn . TCUicks.Ark
J L Simmons, Mill LB 'ordon.Mo
J u 1'ayne, Misi
DO Pepper, Misi
B II Keyser, La
J Cushing. La
S Y 0 reves. La
u MoNuliy, Lt
W II Uoodall Aw. La RD Claret, La
J Marshall, Mm
PL Phelps. La
C Unines, La
Lee Burton, city
J Jack'on, Tenn
i Hansen, Mo
J Cur run, La,
L Uuillard, La
Mrs 1) Vnuni, Miss
mips r ) ours, Anns
Miss A C Porter. Miss Miss M Porter. M ss
J K Burns, N
v uurrece w, xenn
Mrs T thainbers, Miss
It A Lou, Ark
R A Bone, Tenn
W W Meachain.Tenn
M Munilerliek, Tonn
A U hyle, Ark
W E tJhunmori, Miss
JIIO ay, Mis
J N Salmon, Tenn
A Srhrre ml, Tenn
,T vj ifit'Vieury, mips iv a
K K LoekrKUe, Ky
M lloldcn. M BJlA R R F Kineai.l. Tenn
li C Lnlliiehe, Tenn W A Lucas, Ark
W T Williams, Ark JS Brynny.Miss
CJl riytnons, M B ArrR Lawrance MB A rr
J M Clayton, Mis 11 II Ciiko, Ark
W A Hankins, Va M F Rose, Tenn
TM WoDanill, Mo T L Honors, Mo
G Kraiior, Miss H Mayor. Ohio
V, Tpnnor, Tenn W A Tarles, Tenn
II M Meriwrthor, Mo (1 Meriwether, Ky
J D Sauer, Tenn W J (iolilin, Tenn
CP Boqiiin, Ark O A Foxl.-man, Ark
T J Rowcll, Miss CF eilaris.Mlss
J M Compton, Ky b B Smith, Ark
FFowlor.Tenn MS Joy, Tenn
Mrs Morton &ic,Ark B Mnrr s. Ark
N M Jones, Tenn 11 J Carpenter, Tenn
J R McClarty, Tenn T Down, y Aw, Mo
Miss C (lardner, Mo R T P, ruins it, Misi
U F MoMurchy,Ark J Montgomery, Misi
A T Seliunnan, Ark B M Stonmmn, 'enn
J WTreiler, Ark LAMcM hon.NC
M L Iloyrer, NO E Nowlamt. Tann
Calten Ureen, Tenn J O tlibson. Ark
0 8 Stroup, Miss LMUynum,Mss
JM McDonald, Tenn J F Hankhead, Tenn 3
8 J Deem, Tenn A S Koiliters, Ky
WT Kdwards, Tenn Snllie Smith, Ark
C D H line, A',Tonn L M Lee, Tenn
BFMuRae, Misa SFMcKee. Misi
T B Harrett, Ark J H Compion, Miss
J B Hancock, Tenn Miss 8 William!, Ky
W K Kwin, Ohio LA Weed, Ark
J II Snyder, La A McAvoy, Ark
J N llrillin, Tenn A Dickinson, Ark
Cdoodrich, Ark 'Misi Mollie Crow, Ark
(leoriro Crow, Ark Mrs N Crow, Ark
Mrs E Crow, Ark t'har le Crow, Ark
A M Rogers, Tenn B rtovons, Tonn
K K Young, Tenn R W Carroll, Tenn
W P Uood, Tox C R Piper, Mass
II C Lawsnn, Ark J I) Brraux, La
C Burn, Mi."S A Palmor, Miss
J Vollrath, Mill . T J Luinn, Miss
J Price, Miss Mrs Marshall, Mirs
A. 0. Pong'a and wif.i to O. M.
y.ewnrt, Iru tee, to tecme M. 8. 8ink
in tho sum of S540, conveys iu truBt
150 at tm in Fir4 (Jivil Dis riot.
Monroe O. Hawkins to W. F. Price,
trtrstep, to swure Mitchell Hawkins in
the sum of $20:1, 6d acres in Seventh
Civil 1) st ict, niar Br'lett.
U. H. Iiichardi, snrvivinz trua'ee in
bankruptcy of Cook A Oheek.loRtchel
Uowling, lot 14, McKinney sabdivie
inn, eiiBt side McKinney street, 70s
125 feet for 401.
Mackinaw Hats, 70c at Cohen's.
Mulford, Jeweler, 214 Main, so
Helta order from the conntry.
HKW TOSH DKT UODIM MARKET.
New York, Vugmt 18. At jobbing
hands the business opened with a very
good demand, but from first hands the
new request ws more modeiats, bnt
the greater part of the day's receipts
distributed 10 the execution of orders.
TTiTorM wtth stHt wird to TMrttr atrnsrtli aM
Umlthf ulnrsa. Ir. I'H HsSlnit l',,w,ler ,-onl tins
no nimonti.I.Inw.AI"irl'Ini;hti. Pr.f n.fjs
EiUacU. Vaulll. Uuioo, etc., lUTor dctlcloudy.
putt imm Kwon co. cwy assy st 1
I" 1' 1 ,-sr:..tirT,':;Tri
41 ILAV0RS I
JAKES C. BEIX, PreaJdenU
Non. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN..
LIAIIUFACTDRERS AIID JOBBERS
UaT SPECIAL PBICES k Railroad
Between & Betwixt
Too Early for the Fall Too
Late for Summer.
Hints How to Save Money.
- It li between leaioni In the elothlni
trade. Tha demand tor inmmer soodi ii
now over, and ")uyen art not yet thinking
of Ml goodi.
The Misfit Clothing Parlon, 262 Second
treat, do not believe in dull leaioni. Goodi
oan alwayi be lold, provided prloei are
plaoed low enough. The way to do bnslnesi
Ii to do It. If trade li dull loroe It. That's
what 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. IlowT Why, by telling them
much lower than they cost ui.
BARGAINS TO SNAP AT!
Medium-Weight Suits J ait the Thingi
for Fall Wear.
Llght-Welsht Suit-Below Cost.
Fine Medium-Weight Pants carr'ed from
Heavy-Weight Panta for Winter Wear
at Half Winter Prloei.
A (icneral Clearing Sale.
We Intend to sell all oar present itock be
fore oar Fall Goodi arrive. Now Ii the
ohanoe to lecure great bargaini. It will pay
you to itock ap now with the Buita and Panti
you may not need until the fall. Fall will
loon be here, and what you can lave now
will be a lucky investment.
NrXCIAL KOTICE-Oddi and End! of
Suiti, and Odd Coati and Vest!, at remarka
bly low prloei.
Misfit Clothing Parlors,
262 Second Street,
Opponita Court Square Hempnla.
ar Open Evening: ontll 7i Satair
All alterations to Insure a perfect fit,
done free of chrrire.
Deviled raba. fcbrlma.
Salmon, Frvata Cnu Mackerel,
llrnoh Tront, Ojrl-ra,
IHHchcrel In lomsio 1'nisnp,
Nfvnttt htnllnl I'lcHm,
Konr Plolilea by thal. and Injara,
PinUIed Onion, not Kellsh,
Weosler Sance, lonnito Calsnp,
Capera, Hnalnrd, t'nrry Powder,
Nnlad Dreaalu., Ollvea, Olive Oil,
Urrniu Cheoae, Celery Sit nee.
Celery Salt, tic , Etc.
J.P, , BUCKH AM&CO.
B 1 1
8I1EA b McCABTUI,Propr8,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
ONI Of TB B LAROB8T BOILER SHOPS
in th. South, aud th. only eomplete
Boiler and Sueet-Iron Work! in th.city.
Rtnunriictnrrre of riivj rlot Iron,
worn of averj dewertptlon. Speolal
sttnfnK r ni.nts,lnn work.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importari and dealan la . Aaanea.
tsUlon and rialilna; Tankle, Hnlldara'
Hantaan, llprirle Holla and An
nnniltorator Hotels and Residences, fl
Malts alroot, Heiiiplila, Tsaa. Kleotrie
iuppIIm alwayi on hand. Repairing neatly
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
818 Mala SU, Memphis, Tem
Lacrolx'8 Mineral Colors,
TPBB PAIST8. CASTAS, Etc'
Importer and Pealer la
Seal, riahlaa; Tackle and Bporta
maa Saapllea. ar Gpeclal atUetloa
given to MANUFACXURINe and BB
413 M-in St Memphis. Tenn
IMPORTER AND SEALER IN
Bans, AmmnnltloD, Flshlngf Tackle
and Knpa-liall 'voolo.
WH0l.Efia.L8 AND HVTAIL.
all Mala bar, Mewapala, Imii
Manufacturing and Repairing ei Sou a
DR. RACHEL HOWLING, Ppee'allst In
Maternal DiseeeM. Ladies existing to
be mothers ct bo laitracted how t procure
... 1 1 ... . . . . n m... lflHL M.m St..
, ov.r Leidy 'i hat store. Oftce houri, 9 to 4.
ant levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness. -
Jasnci . Cioodbar Wm. Ih Clark Ena;en J. Carrina;toB I Frank . Jaaea
(XlastaaVtll Ixescl 1880.1
G-OOBBAEr & CO
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis. Tenn.
WE offer to Mr.KI'HAItTS OSLT th. largest and belt itock of Booti and Bhoei we
havo ever brought to thll market, and which cannot be surpassed in quality and
itylel by any house in this or any other city. In addition to a complete Una of altera
made goodi, inolud'ug the CKLt-BataTKO OOODB1R A CO. BKOttaNS, we handle
a large and aeleot stock of Custom-made Goodi for Men, Women, Missel and Children. Wa
carry a number of the best makei in the country, in ever? variety and ityle, and among
them ithe well known Men'i Calf Boot! and Shoe! manufactured by Geo, Hooker for our
Spring Trade. W. also carry a ohoic. line of Ladies' and Misses' Custom Kid, Goat and
Calf Goodi, manufactured by Krippendorf. Dittman Co. We invite tha trad, to examine
our itook before buying elsewhere, and w. guaranta. everything we sell to give satisfaction.
GH REPUBLIC BOS
Have attained, has Induced unprincipled manufacturer! to place on the market a base
imitation. We berebv caution the public that all Genuine Clgnrros will bear A MB eal
on each box. and our Factory Number, 0O, 3l Isixlrlrt, Si. Y.
The only all long Havana filler cigar on the market for B cents.
Factory 200, 3d District, X. Y.
MOON & JOINER, Wholesale Agents,
iffl FEMALE HE
Send for Catalogue showing exceptionally superior advantaaes.lnfluencei and environment.
IDA E HOOD, 1 patvpip,,,,
SUSAN L HERON, f fB1MCIPAIS-
irCMTIirifV I At Farmdala P.O., Franklin Co., Ky., epei
aVa.la I Lff.iv T lunn. anr'sa. it. 42nd .nnn.l session nnapi
Bi warn -i
. ia wa - Hcb.Kjl tor boys and young men wnica acsnowieogcs no
INSTITUTEg I superior. For caulogue etc. address (Jol.B.l)-Aixiii,8apt
uMi,.,i.w ...ir TlffTk
'"tf'-' '- - . - .,. - w"vr;i'i.ai
Il(.t of its class In
vt.,ii,iinirs. well Imhied. heat, d and ventilated:
teachers. Thorough end oomplote course of
tlon, Painting, etc. 10 sectarianism- ansa Annual Dession oegius wvuvai, .
1886. Prioes reasonable. Illustrated Catalogue Iree.
Z. N. ESTES.
(SVUESSORS TO F.STES, DOAM t'O.l
WLolesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
No3. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
(StT00KSS4Ba TO MEACHAM et HOKTOsP
Old Stand, No. 9
Manufacturer of Alabama Lime.,
AND DEALER IN
NFWER PIPB, PORTXAND CKMF.XT,
FU K I I ItONEIALl-l tKMEM.
(JHIMXt.Y TOPrv, I.OBIfVILLE CERtEMT,
I.A1VJM VASI, PlsASTUR PARIN,
X1LE, El HE I LAY, UAlH and FIRE URICK, Etc
353 THOKT STREET. MEMPHIS TEWHT.
J. S. DAT, W. R.HORTfll, J. W.BilLKT,
Lataaf J.B. Day A Sob. Lata of Meacham A Horton. Lata of liailey A Covlngtot
DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
F. METEB, ec'j aad rreaa. . a
Latest Novelties la Footweir
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
BLEQAHT STYLES t
AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas 13,00 Calf Shoet
In Button, Lace and Congreii.
Illustrated Catalogue and Price-LIU
Mailed Free on ainillcaiion.'
-ii,,,. .unri ri hvthe fact tht the Bunt, and able
give undivided attention to pupils. A
PBATT GIN CO.
Manufacturer'! Agent! for
Daniel Pratt Cottou Gins,
FEEDERS AND CONDENSERS,
SMILEY, SMITH at CO.,
Frntt Kfllpar Ha Her ains, Fce4.
rn. Hiitl Uin RrpHlrvra,
fy-ft aPratt Revolving-Head Gins une-
- " - ',J qunled. Btock now complete. Prloei
. reduced. Corrofpondonoe ana erdert
.-iHw HM llin. hunaired in First
as Order. All work guaranteed.
GCHOOL V FOR V BOYS
the Mouth. Prepares for Hn.lniws nr. lending iccn
uical Schools slid Cnivi-rslties. Limited niiml-r ot noarners, wiii.
hi.o.'lnl AilvniitnePK. For Catalogue with rcfer-ncM, Ac acljlrcss
t.fi. UlrKONAI.n, Master of Arl, ITniversity of T V ,,
A. I.. MrlMINAI.lt, (Irii.limlc WhIi. l.ee UnlvenillT. I LmI.'III.. a
A ai'IIOAI, FOR TOCNC
I.AItlt.S. Inlnmbia. Tftaa,
Healthy Location; llandson,
flmuniil (U acres) : CanaeioK
fine iibrarv, apparatus and equipment;! 1
instruction. Best advaniaiw in Music, aloea.
vT. B. DO AN.
Union St., Memphis.