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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY. AUGUST 10. 18SG.
tUniOAD TIIE TABLE.
JUitTriTUi," OrlMM a4 Trias K'j
, gaimisitlirri talxjct route.
aad rtr May 1. was puinm trains
I d4I will ran mm iohow
4 : p.m
1 tOO a.m
7 :M p.m.
With all Haas ntrlns Memphis.
With M. iM.WtK, K. lor Ualeni.
for Urnvtll and Huntington, and all
P-With V. k I
V-With N., J.
. and V., S. A P. Railroads.
AO. R.K. for Nitchei and
f For Point on tb Bnnoh.
ft With steamers lor Bayou Sara.
H-With railroad! diverging tor Florida.
TeXl and Cnajtlnntnta-
J AS. M. EDWARDS. V. P. and 9.
A. J.KUAPP. O. P. A.
tasiaalppl and Tnae. Trains
ov at lollows: New Orleans mall irrWes
lily at 8:25 a.m.: leaves daily at 6:00 p.m.
KMrl Hew and If laalaalnnl Val
ay. Train mora as
UaTM at 10:00 a.m.)
tollowi: ait ill
bt. boon fait Una
Imtm at 6:30 p.m. i Fait Una arrives at 1:80
p.m.ibt. Louis fait lint arrival at U:0fi a.m.
Loalavlll aad aaahvllle-Trains
fiOT ai follow! ; fait mall arrives dally at
lift a.m. i Imtm at 10:10 p.m. I mall Itu
tally at 10:10 a.m.i arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brawnsvill aooommndatlom Imtm daily'
io.Pt Sunday, at t :fl0p.m.i arrive dally,
loapt Sanday. at 8:50 a.m. (standard time).
amipBla and I.Htle Rock. Tralm
nova ai follow! (otntral standard timed
Ho. llaavM dally at 4:20 p.m.) arrlva! at
iCAp.m. No. S loavoi at 5:55 a.m.i arrival
tXinOa.m. No. t (freight) leaves HopoSeld
dally (eio.pt Sunday) at 6:00. a.m.i arrival
at 7:10 p.m.
Clair (Hanaaa City, Sprlngr
Id aad aiphla) Train leave, M. and
T. depot ai follow! : No. 4, Kansas City ex-
Pa.. loavMat 10:45 a.m.i No. 8, Kama!
y express, arrival at 3:30 p.m. No. 2,
dim City mall, loavoi itfl.-OO p.m. I No.tl,
nsis City mall, arrives at 8:45 a.m. No.
It. Loali and Chioaio eipress, laavM at
ItOO p.m. i No. 1. St. Louts and Chloaioox
praii, arrival at 8:45 a.m. I effect Sunday
April 18, 18M.
Memphis aad fharleatna Tralni
novo M follow!) Through express loavai
dally at 10:4(1 p.m. Mall and express leaves
dally at 10:00 a m. Boraervlll aocommnda
tlon loavoi dally, except Sunday, at 6:30
.m. Through axpran arrival daily at 5:2
a.m. Mail and axprM! arrive! daily at 10:110
S.m. Boroervilla accommodation arrival
ally, xopt Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
Mamnhla, Rlrtnlnsttiam and Allan.
-Hollv Springs Knuto Tralni mova ai
follown No. 1 loavai Memphli dally at 8:45
&m. i arrival at Uolly Springs at 6:58 p.m.:
o. t laavai Uolly Sprint daily at :00
S.m.( arrival at Memphli at II :16a.m. I No.
laavai Momphli dally at 7:15 p.m., arrival
at Holly Springs at 11:46 p.m.: No. 6 loavoi
Holly Springs dally at 2:16 a.m.. arrival at
Momphli at ;45 a.m.
WiiRiNOTOir, A uf ait 10, 188, la.m.
Indications: For Tennessee and
Arkansas, local rains followed by fair
weather; sightly warmer.
For Miesittippi and Iminana: Fair
walker; variable winds, generally south'
erly; slightly cottier.
For Texas: Fair weaUier; southerly
windt; nearly stationary temperature.
for Arkansas and Tennessee: Local
Tains, followed by fair weather; easterly
Hinds, becoming southerly; tlightly
Mmrnn, Tikw., Augiut 18, 18.
Time. Bar. Titer. Wind. VTlSwr
7:00 a.m. 20.914 82.0 S. cienr.
11:00 a.m M
8:00 p.m. 2U.01) IKi 0 N.W. Kair.
10:00 p.m. 20.0211 83 0 NK Ktiir.
Maximum tmnnorature. lid.
Minimum tetufieratiire, 78.
Ozone, 11 a m., 2.
la tbe (nltoa Koalon.
Bioiiai, Skbvici, U. H.Armt,
August 18, 188(1-5 p.m.
Division of tuk'xratus and reports for
the benefit of commerce and agricul
ture. Cotton region bulletin for the
twenty-four hours ending Angubt 18th,
at 6 o clock p.m.
MaMFHlB DI8- S 5 g 0 0
taicr. f g 2 ? B. &
9 B F
Memphis 1X1 78 .00
Haahville 85 7U .
'Grand Junction... 07 74 .14
Oorinth 101 74 .
Tnacumbia 08 r9 .00
Decatur o' 75 .00
Hoottaboro 07 (Si) 1 Aft
Hernando 07 72 .04
Bateeville 0(1 77 .00
Grenada OH 70 .00
Covington 00 75 .00
Dyerebnrg 100 74 .00
Arlington 05 73 .00
Brownsville OS 75 .00
Milan 101 75 .00
Paris.- 05 04 ,00
Bolivar......... 08 75 .00
Holly Springs 00 77 .(H)
Oxford 07 77 .00
fittms 1815 1H85 1.(13
Mwans 07 73 .00
OiDTRKTS. gg- gg g- 5.
Wilmington 01 73 .05
Oharlestou OH 73 .00
angusta. 01 73 ..(12
savannah 00 74 .04
Atlanta 05 73 .20
Montgomery 0(1 74 .CO
Mobile 08 74 .
New Orleans 01 til .07
Galveston OS ' 74 .00
Vlcksbnrg 07 74 .
Little Rock 100 73 .12
Memphis 07 73 .00
Sums - 1140 872 1.31
Means 0(1 73 .11
Tho Natfttoriurn Is opan.
The toboggan still spins.
Baseball today and again Saturday
A shower threitened yesterday.
It was a bluff.
The Api-cal acknowledges the re
ceiptola rake from the Ladies' Aid
This is tough weather on the
street csr mulos. They are deprived
of acefss to the soda fountains.
Tbe police want an owner for a
Liebreicl s oplrhtlinnsco.ie which
wastaH'n dotn a durkj yBte:djy by
Tt.e polic" were ni)t fi.'d yt's'f r.li y
ot fin ruhbiry of Jam a Connoid
residence, 01 Iluw'.cy street, of a
watch aud pin.
Tli era U every roaron to believe
that something will c iue ol tbe inven
'tigation otthi Water Cjuipany which
:is now gjing on.
The F r Pcpa'tment had a
goracous Va I oi-hh on 'lieb'nll' at 8
o'clock yHt ulav 111 uiiim. (! 1. 1) rk
Mason wjpiT'i t 1 d il tin cnking pro
ca, whtcii wjs dune to a turn over
tw pi i near tba Babcock engine
hon. Five carcunea were daronred
in ahort order by the fire laddlea, who
bad a gorgeous time.
ProL J. Irrlrg Orabbf, wuo was
for a time the society editor of the
Sunday Timet, la employed at present
on toe Telegram, paper josi suureu
Chm.Withemi'viE and Mary Alex
ander, W. II. Black well and Mattie
Yoansr, Otto Wendler and Nellie
Oandiod. A. H. Miaell and Lney F.
Merrill, were licenced to marry yester
The Memphis and Charleston
railroad and the City railroad are in
trouble about tlieir cro sintr at the
heed cf Vanes street. L'otli claim to
have their rails laid properly. The
caw is in the Police Court.
Water melons are scarce and high
Fioe ones anil for 75 cent", and extra
fine for $1 each. Wagon lotds of in
ferior melons were disposed of yester
day at 23 cents the round lot. icw
except dsikies are able lo buy.
Capt. Ciiabi.ii II. Collieb, Super
intendent of the Public Hcbcols of
Memphis. Tenn . ii in the city. at,d
last night was an interested spectator
at tne meeting ot Hie UlnclDnati Beard
ol Education. Ctnnnrnd Commercial'
Doctor Claud'm and Jfr. Isaac, in
new uti cent edition; A vtctonout JJe-
feat, by Balist6'; JCidimpped, by
tne antnor oi Jfr. Jetyeu and ur. Hyde;
rue Mm mystery, iiy Katherme Uieen
author of Ijcavenworth Case and Old
Fulhcrton t Clerk, are a few strong at
tractions Maneford offers for the hot
seasons. All are new and within the
reach of those who love to read some'
The following: trlosram was rs-
coived ye.terday by Dr. Thornton in
reply to one be si'nt Dr. Joteph Holt,
premtU-nt of ti e Loiiixiana Mate Board
of II fit ! , a kins if theie was any
foundation for t tie rumors that thera
were Cf sas of Velio fever in New r-
lHans: "There is no foundation for
such reports; they are falsi and ma
licious. There is one vessel with i
case of yellow fever at the lower qunr
amine, ninety miles oo'ow tlie city.
Under date of the Bth Just,
MessiB. Adamson & KoniildHon, of
London, write to tlieir Memphis cor
rerponuenia as miows: "We are
glad to tay that our next shipment (of
iioisieinsi got away safely from
Uravaeond, in the "Boston City," of
the I? unless Line to Boston, on Sun
day last. The importa'iou consists of
very choice cattle, as follows: One
bull, two cows, fifty-one vearlinm.
three heifer calves, three bull calves-
sixty bead, and will, we feol sure,
create a mont favorable Impression
amongst all your stock fnnd.rs. We
expect it to a-rive at Memphis the
first week in November, and hope to
aoiu tne saie a lotinignt later."
Peabody Hotel Stand,
U ayoso Hotel Stand,
Cigar Palace, S10 Main Street,
Headquarters for Horace K. Kelley A
a a noe Key west cigars. The trade
supplied at New York prices. Cigars
by the box a specialty.
I. SAMKLHON A CO.,
C01.. Simom Foltx is in the city.
O. K.lIoucKanrl Ma't Hall returned
this morning ftom Ctiicngo.
Hrnry I orii bat re'utned from Min
nesota, weighing about twenty pounds
more than when ho loft.
Mrs. Dr. B. G. Hunninq and chil
dten and Misi A'ma Black sre spend
ing tbe summer In Atlantic City.
Miss Hklki Lkvv, of NewOrlears,
is paying our ity a btief visit, stop
ping wlih her aunt, Mrs. C. I-evy.
Mihs Hattik Dean, accompanied!
ny ntir mmner, Mrs. L m. Itean, and
Mm. L. Montana, loft, vesterdxy morn
ing by the steamer City of Cairo for
Konkuk, la. Hhe will also visit friends
and relatives In Chicago and Detroit.
Missllattie has just recovered from
a severe spell of sickness, and we trust
she will be much benefited by her
dip. She will be gone some three
Thi Linden street Christian Church
was hands tnolv decorated with rare
and beautiful flowers at 0 o'clock yes-
tonlay mori ing and the sacred edifice
woll filled with a happy company
which was prefont to witness tlia wod
dina of Mr. Andrew H. Misll, of
NaHliville, to MIrb Lncy F. Merrill, the
lovolv daughter of Mr. 0. Ii Merrill,
of this city. Theceromony was pr
fo nied by the Rev. J. B Brinev. brida
and groom leaving a'ter tho ceremony
tor itiu r ituure Home in iNuabvilie.
Clohino pricesof f-'eptonibor ontions
at Chb'aso vetterdav: Pork, to 65
I.art. 7 115. CUnr rib eids. JO 20.
Corn, 4:iJ ;. Wheat, 78i Oats, 28c.
Vi-iTOHs on 'ChengK yestordev: R,
C. Uut.t, Columbia, TVnn.j W. D
lliflin, Ntriia; T. B Hookor, D:ta,
Mihs. : M. P. Mvers. Ttt itca count v.
Mi -if.: lln K . IDonuVs . Lncv. IVnn.:
K. B Johnson. Trcsevant ; Wm B'n-
tnens, Treaevanti M'B. Ida II. Ds
I'lAid). (!itv: J. J. liliickman. Mki:
1. A. i, l.oi ch. (Jity.
ilio MhitthtMter Guardian, in its
commeriitl nrlicle, says: Collets make
tiow prrgre-g at Friday's rates, which
aro stvadiiy adhoreu toauy, the ton
dncy, however. In In favir .f buyets.
Tho market at best waa only fairly
steady. Yarns are weak and tho f res
sure to sell growing dully. Ktpoit
yartis are in poor dumauJ. Buyers
are ablo to moko betttr Urine than at
tlie chss of la"t week. For home
yatns there id little luquity, while tbe
supply Is large. The c oth market ia
quiet but Urm. Occasionally sellers,
who have been looking fiir higher
pi ices, become convinced the tendoncy
is sgainst them and cflt rs that wete
refused Friday ars now accepted. In
dividual stlea aggreaate a fair amount.
India and China buying baa been
small. The fa 1 in exchange has now
been snfHciently covered by the rise
In silver in the Kast. Shirtings are
dnil, with a tluw demand. Although
there has br on a number of orders for
the finer farcjr India fabrics, only a
small propnttion of them cm lie filled.
Printing and other flnishlna: clothaare
steady, with slow demand at current
rates. The markst for heavy goods is
quint. Hali-8 email and prices steady.
Ciia-li-N J. l'ai in a ti R. D. Fray,
ter, tnift.-e, t.) iM nre If A. 1 1 a-ml on
in te Hiiu uf tlOiO, ait of lot 211,
S't.th at com, rot Main and Popar
ttree e, 20x72 (e t.
IS. J. Lit a aud wife ti John R.
Morn, lot 74 ol the RiuWmI eubd vis
i n,att aid of Ra aud avenno.tiOx
J 80 few-', f COO.
I :a B Mi.rre'l and W. J Momll ti
Walu i W. Ta ht n, lot I of Ma ltltiig's
u. div ei n, nor.h aide of Walker ave
Nuhwyrtu tor, the "Appeal.'
HE5KEI AND COM PANT.
Wo must bring the ladies oat
these warm days. It ia well known
that heat is not oppressive to those
who move around. To sit and
think about the the heat is what
sickens We are all cooler and ban
pier when oar st'rn is ful. Air
from all sios : vent latinn perfect,
and prices below freezing puint.
COME TODAY, LADIES.
At 6c, best Check Nainsook, splen
did material for underwear,
aprons and wrappers.
At 7 Jo, White Linen Lawn, former
price 20c ; a liaen lawn cheaper
than common lining.
At 12Jc, balance of our yard wide
At 71c, job lot of fine Geneva Mull,
Efain white; such goods as you
a ve paid 25c for ti me and again.
At 12 Jc, all our new India Crapes,
sometimes called Crazy Clotb,
but no matter what it is called
It is new; makes an elegant
dress, and la worth double.
42 USEFUL ARTICLES FOB 84e.
For TODAY only, 42 neef ul Uten
sils for 84c, 2c each. Large Fry
Pan, 3-qoart Bucket, patent Apple
Cutter, quart Flask, Pickle Fork,
combination Cake and Egn Tamer,
and 30 other equally ustful arti
cles, all for 84c.
Ureal Bargains In Cllanaware.
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
N.B. Ladies, don't forget our
clearing sale of Low Cut Kid Phoes,
just half price. And gentlemen,
don't forget onr sale of Percale
Suirta and British Sacks and
SUMMER LAP ROBES.
Don't suffer for (he want of
when you can get them on framos
for $175, full large s'z, and you
can get a three yard wide Bob net
Bar for 11, on frame; cheap for
even one night's comfort.
Cheap Ifnllroatl Rates.
Tbe rates of the Gulf road between
Memphis and St. Louis and Chicago
will in no cuss ba higher than those
offered by, competitors, and oureorvice
will continue to be superior aa In the
pant. Call at ticket office, 31 Madison
(3 tret t, before buying vonr tickets.
11.ii. aulas, nckat Agent.
Monogram llauglcs Mnlford.
Mackinaw Ht,70o at Cohen's
John WaMi, C'omI Dealer,
No. 230 Second street. Kentucky Coal
by the car, 2 50 per ten ; Nut Coal by
the ear, $2 10 per ton ; Kentucky Coal
ti dea'ets, 25c ror bnnol: Pittsbum
Coal, delivered in city, 35a per barrel ;
Kentucky Uonl, delivered in Ihe city.
Illlc per barrel; hint Ktal Anthracite,
60c per barrel ; Kentucky nut dolivortd
bt 27 Jc per barrel.
Molid Silverware at Ululford'a
Advice to 91 others.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing firruD
should always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relievos the little
sullerers at onco; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the - little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It is
verv nlniuuint isi IarIa Tt. flnntlina tlm
child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
towels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
Ordoru!tlnlford Made Medals.
Met KatlMlire Loiomanlno tada
A liriiKRlHt'a Story.
Mr. Isaac O. Chapman, drmrcist.
Newbtirg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the pant ten venrs sold several
gross ef l)r. William Hall's BaUam for
the Lungs. I can say of it wlmt I
cannot ny of any other medicine, I
nave never hoard a customer spoak of
it but to pmiHU lis virtues iu the high
est manner. I T.ave reconmii nded it
in a creat many cases of whooninu
cough, with the happiest eflecta. I
navo used it in my own lamily lor
many years; iu fact, always have a
Iwttle iu the medicine closot ready for
Mnlfortl, Jeweler. 204 Main, so
licits orders from the country.
They Ar Not etiirry.
There is one thing nobody ever re
grets that if, the day they first adopt
ed Parker's Tonic as their regular fain
ily medicine, its range is so wide
and its good efTocts so sure, that noth
iug else, except good nursing, an
ueeded in a great majority of cases.
Buy it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any praise rom us.
Wo lo Kullmlita A I.RcouinrxlDO lot
yonr JPIaiublna; and Waa-t'ltt In
Mackinaw Hate, 70c at Cohen's.
IS RBatOVSO HT TBI 081 Of OOCOANIS1,
And it stimulates and promote the
growth of the hair.
Fnrne.Ua Flavorttitf Exrranta are the
Niw Orleans, Anmst 18. Night
Departed: Future City and barges,
Cincinnati, O., August 18. Night
River 13 feet on the ganxe and fal.inii.
Weathtr dear and cool. Departed:
Granite State. Memphis.
Oaibo, Angnet 18. Night Rivor 9
feet 8 Inches on the rsukh and falling.
Weather etnu ty and warm. No arriv
als or dera'tiiri-s of reuu'ar packets.
LouiHVii.i.B,KY.,Auitu 18. Night
Rivet stationary, with 5 feet 8 inches
in the ranal sml 3 fm t 0 inches on the
fnlla. Weather cltar and pleasant.
St. Loots, August 18 Night River
rietin 1-10 nioht., nrni stint's 01-10 feet
on tba gantre.- Wither clear, after a
heavy ra'n ard thi eeve e t thunder
etonn ol the so-s n, wlih orcurrsd
I st u ght. Ar iv..l: D R Powell,
Virkstiutg. Dxpi.rUid: City of New
Orleans, New Orleans.
. HOTEL AKBIVALS.
BaaTy'a area a Hatel,
Ooraar of Adami aad Mala itraats. Rou
Due, 7Sa ana 81 t amji Amarloaa rlan,
S3 par day.
Tlrtitaaa Raataarant in tfca Hotal.
t. M. D" 11 i (lo yanra with Paabody UoUl)
WMWniiaini, Mill T L Collier, Ark
HR Taylor, Ark W T Jamiann, Ark
W R Norai, In J J A Carr. Tann
WH Pinny, NO B O Tucker, Ohio
K I, Woo.Ih, Mo H M North, Mo
CO Vanable.Tonn II L Donnaly, Ark
H J Donnelly, Ark OC Wildman, N Y
WHCi erry.Ua J F Biuiini, Mill
P Jacobi Aw, Ohio K Mariana, Ark
W Norwoo.l, Tnn II T MoUaniel, Tex
ftl ran blytha Ail, lex v isoweu. Ark
i K Powera, Ark
W Kite hie. Mita
ft J Heitn, Ark
P M Morria, i'nnn
A A Martin, Tenn
A Cobb, V T
J 8 Webster, La
II W Uuini'hrie, Ten
T A Don ng, N C
C U Uuthrio.Tenn
8 Fleti-her, Tenn
J II 1'rayaer, Ind.
0. B. OALIiOWA V i CO PaoraisTois
Katea 12 w and J per day, aocorJmc to
iia and location of room Suaoial
HW Bradley, Ky
J J Hooker, Mo
J Oitrander, Mill
II Carney. Ohio
KM Laird, Ark
B J Baal, Ark
H M Cola, Ky
K M Sheridan, 111
T H Htuart, Mo
A Bauer, Miai
J D Sublett. N Y
A J New, 111
J A flunhei.Ky
N H Trimble if, Ky
II 0 Fay, Mo
O W Curtii, Mo
0 B Jonea, Miai
JickaoD, N Y
J McDonald, Ark
W Jenklni, K,y
J Uitywood, Ky
W Jamil, An
A F Lanier, Ky
B B Conner Aw, Ark
J Luce if. MiBi
1) L Korti. Ind
Miss M A Carney, Ohio
A ii menu, lenn
W K William.on, Pa
Mn S A Cherry. Ark
Mini 8 8 V.teraon, All
ii nrair, jm x
W S Moore, Tenn
W A Cochran, Tenn
TP Kelly, Ky
D W Whitney, Tenn
J G Ballentine. La
Miaa Buttarfleld, Neb
M r juyera, anal
A Mart hall. Ala
W Martin if. Ark
J It bcatei, Ky
P Smalwood, Ky
B C Jamison. Ark
C Charlton, SC.
The New Oaroao.
FARKINOTON, 8TKWART A WHITE,
Ratal, 12 50 to W per day, according to loci
tion oi rooini.
JKIIolden.Tena 'W D Heflin, Misi
W T Avery, Tonn J P Murphy, Tenn
MBTotten.Tonn WBHoyt, NY
A A Oreer, Mo L Loeb. Ohio
OOusoiok.Mo S Hobbini, Ohio
WJBera.Ky W Robinson, Mo
C (IrovoHiioriw.Tenn M Rocknlrlluw, Pit
L Kronil.nl, NY J II Price, Miss
U H Corkeav. N O I T Xiouea. N O
J IS Kralth A w. Miss T HMcKenaieAw.Mill
mr w d Sleiigro, Alias miss Bie.ige, nts
R T Harris, Misi B Wiinbrouith, 111
P Latham, Tenn II Dunfae, Misi
N RKIe.Ue, Mi s 0 1 Bldlit-Aw, Mill
0 Willlaui4nn,Teiin W Hardy, Tonn
JDOiiar, La KThal, Ht Louis
WW Wood, Ky LTHnll.Ky
CB Miller, Ala L B McPheraon, Ind
LB Hancock. Misi 0 k Gill, Misi
M J Wolf, Miss . T Howard, Tenn
L B Jackson, Tonn CT Jenkins, Tenn
U W Morton, Tenn B E Wright, Ark
C D Murphy, Ark R H Herron, Ark
J C Cochran, A a R E Mason, Ala.
BlHlirll.l.I BaSKBaLL oldb.
W II Oo'dsby, N linden,
A Sohellhaai, W O'Brien,
O P Beard, 0 Marr,
L Bonders, T Ilallman.
W. H. BINQIIAM Mmaii.
European plan. Enlarged and refurnished
fneea according to site and looa
tion of rooms.
BO MeGulrk, Mo
J J llrav. Tenn
FB Arnold, Tenn
C L Clark, Ky
J A Grann. La
W A Bell. Miss
JO Clilsuin, Miss
KM II rrie, Misi
W Blanks, Tonn
E J Keith, Ark
It 8 Cnrloton, Ark
B J bantord. Tenn
J H Brown, Misi
P J Cornoys, Ala
it n Jonna, misi
J Urny, Miss
R ti (lant, Tenn
K B Johnson, Tenn
W U Youn, Ark
J M Uawkinx, Misi
HP Aubrey, Ark
A 8 Keiter. va
IVIn M R finch, Misi
Mi B Nichols, Miss Mis K Nichols, Misi
E P Borum. Tonn J W Odoiu &w. Mimr
(I WHniith, Tenn (1 D Bust iinonta. Mies
Miss VI Jackon,Mirs Miss U Jackrnn, Miss
F llnrding, Tenn II 8 Young, Tenn
H J Patterson, Tonn Mi-a II Man, Ark
Misi Fti 11 (Skills. Ark B 11 (Iril)in Jtw. Misi
8 A Ablo, AH It A AtcAnulty, Tonn
tl it invert, lenn r. lirooKa, Miss
MLChantborlino.Mis&C K llapberry Aw, Ark
nj cvans xw, lex j n urown. Miss
.nek Taylor, Tenn J R Sloan, Tenn
W A Bell, Miss M 6Jy. Tenn
A W Johnson. Tonn Miss O Briuns. Tann
Missel Moore, Ark Misa K Keynolils, Ark
V KevelB, Ark vv It Itioiuas, Al-si
S D Kokortinn, Miss 11 J Carpenter, Tonn
1 Ilanseil, Mo J 8 Curries Miss
D M Uussel'.trw, Miss J It Uood, Mies
C B Clarke, Misi C W McCray, Miss
A Ureonlaw, Miss C JonesAw, Miss
W Uuinoy, Miss .1 .1 Cosey, Miss
J J Blackmiin, Miss R II llnuen, Miss
MnO W Young, Tenn
LOCAL MOT fC'FaS.
Dr. O. D. Smith, Vetcrir.ary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
P. M. Stanlsy, funeral director and
einbalnier, 55 Madison street.
W. A. Faibks, No. 50 Union street,
has just received an A 1 lot rf good
iventucky saaulo ana naraees liorees.
Tbi Herbal Chill Onre, tl.e f'tst
tonic ind anti-periodic known. A oertain
and lora oure for ehilla. 1'rioa tl Per bot
tle. Send itampi for oitoolnr". Ary mf-
eren"e gixen. Adrfroii Jhn ' Knc;:av,
Ihobeit, r;itn'ator of digestive or
ganssnd thobatt appstizsr known is
Angostura timers. Tiy it, but best-are
of ioittKti us. Get from your groutr
r r aniggtst. tno Rennine artic e, munu
ftvtured by Dr. J. G. B. fcieijsit &
Stodiks at. Bt. Agnei Anadomy will
be returned on Monday, the 8th of
fontember. As an iticeut've ta the
industry of tho pupils, a hi'iHlsjme
sold watch i re'et.t d bv Mr. Taylor as
tlie "M.iggie Rull'm Memoiial Pre
mium" will he awarded lo the young
btdy boarder wh i, havirg attained her
fourt enh yinr, hai excelled in all
achool duties atid nquiremeutl,
Ttrs westit g inlaws of ittfnnta and
childien are by no mt-ans confloed to
an insufficient mppiy of food. The
trouble is thi-t Urn fut.d is ii jndicioiu--ly
stlec'ed. and tlie lintitod dig: stive
power of i lie child is unb!e to as
biitiiiato it. Mellio's food, when pre
pared according to the directions,
forms the bts. subMitu'o for mother's
milk that lias ever b en pto luced.
Ely's Ckcam Balm wattr c immond
rd to me hy my drnvKist as a pn v.uta
tive to hay fever. Have bpen nsing it
aa dirrc'eti since the 9 h of August and
have found it a specific for that much
rt'oadedand loathsome dis-weo. For
ten years or more I have been a great
sufferer each year, from August 0th
till frosi, and have tried many alleged
remedies for its cure, but Ely s Cream
Bairn is tbe only preventative I have
evi r found. Hav fever sufferers ought
to know of its ellkicy.
F. B. A1NSWORTH,
Of F. B. Ainiworth Co.. Publishers, ladi-
Dr. H'iirU'8 Sriutnary,
Naahvlll. T. n1 , the h adirg school
for voung ladies in the South, and
tqual to any iu 'he Notth, opens its
twetnysMond yar Heptsmbcr 1st.
This ichnoiiatio el kiiowrt hy lis
grand sacce a and tie toble line of
women it h-a cdncttod to nuod any
comment. P.tre, ti will slso find lithe
most rersoitable in its terms Itr suth
ro m, suih acouip'lhtd tomb re,
aud such B'lpeiur murif, French end
a t kdv..n sgJs Addre-'S
t I'll. W. K. WARD.
Flao Xtab repairing ut .UvtlforU's
M ncxiNAw H it,", 70 1 at Cohen's.
' 'importer ant Dealer la
Snaa, Flihlac Tackle and BHrla
mca'a Hapallfia. r Special altentloa
glren to MANLf ACTURINU and RK
JAMES O. BEIX, rrfml&enL
fiiEFvlPHIS SAMLERY CO
Non. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET.
tgr al'ECIAL PBICES tc Railroad ant levee Contractor, for Wagon, Scraper ai Cart HatTiesg.
' j aAWaTaATaTJaaaAMaMiMafaATaTTaTaTm ,.
BGiWCBII & Botwixt
Too Early for the FallToo
Late for Summer.
Hints How to Save Money.
trlt li between leaioni in the slothing
trade. Tba demand tor inmmer (ooda ii
now over, and Suyen ar not yet thinklns
of fall toodi.
The MlBDt Clothing Parlon, 362 Seoond
street, do not believe In dull teaioni. Ooodi
can always be lold, provided prioei ar
plioed low enough. The way to do bnaineia
ii to do It. If trade ii dull fore it. Tbat'i
what we now propoie doing. Of eonr.e w
till have goodi on band which we do no
oar to carry over. Now wa propote to sell
these goodi. DowT Why, by selling them
much lower than they cost ui.
BARGAINS TO SNAP AT!
Medium-Weight SuiU-Juit the Thing!
for Fall Wear.
Light-Weight Suiti-Below Coit.
Fine Medium-Wiight FanU carried from
Heavy-Weight Panti for Winter Wear
at Half Winter Prioei. '
A General Clearing Sale.
W Intend to sell all our preaent itook be
fore oar Fall Ooodi arrive. Now li the
ohano to leoura great bargain!. It will pay
you to itook ip now with the Suit! aad Pants
you may not need antil the fall. Fill will
oon be her, and what you oaa lav now
will b a lucky investment.
NPECIAI. NOTICE Odds and Endi of
Suiti, and Odd Coati and Veiti, at remarka
bly low prices.
Mislit Clothing Parlors,
262 Second Street,
Opponlte Court Square Memphis.
Open Evening- nulil 7 Salnr-
ear All alterations to Insure a parfeot fit,
ifnna free of rhrire.
IovllPl Craba, aiirlmp.
NhIiiioii, Frrah ('an Mackerel,
llrook 'Iron I, Oyalera,
IrlncKeiel iu 'loniulo 1'ntsap,
Siweet MollVil I'lcblcN,
Sunr i'U-ltlea liy Illegal, and In Jars,
Plrkklctl ainiouN, Hot Rellah,
Woo&ter Hanre, loioato lalanp,
Capere, SlUNlard, iirry Powder,
Naiad lreliia, Ollvea, Olive Oil,
Crcniu t'heeao, Colcrj 8a ace.
Celery Salt, Etc., Elo.
J. F. BUCKHAM fe CO.
Foitj Years a Sufferer from
WONDERFUL TO RELATE!
" FOR FOilTY VTt ARS I hara been a Vic
tim to CATARRlI-three-fourths of the tlm
a sultorer from BXCKUL'IA xihi fa 1KB
ACROSS MV k'OHlOllkAD AND MY NOS
TRILS. The diiohargei were so offensive
that I hesitate to mention It, except lor the
iod it may do some other luSerer. 1 nar
lent a young fortune from my earnings
lurina hit fortr vaara of aufTerlna to obtain
relief Iroin the dootors. I hav tried patent
tneiliclnea -every on I could learn of from
the tour corners of the earth, with no relief.
And AT LAST 17 marl of are) have met
with a remedy that hoi cured me entirely
made me a new nun. I weighed 12 pounds,
nd now weigh 146. I uied thirteen bottles
.1 , ' 1 . 1 - u 1 . i u
f the medinine. and tha only rerrat 1 hav
ia, that being in the hombl walks of 111 I
may nut hat influence to prerall oa all ea
tarrh sufferers to ua what ha ourd a
Gulun's Pioneer BIoosl Reaewer.
" No. 367 SMond strut. Maooa. tta."
Mr. ITun Clmrm. th wrlur of th
ahoT, formerly af Crawford foanty, now of
Macon, Oa., merit tb oontdtno of all la
Urested In catarrh. W. A. HI1 FT.
" Kx-JBiyor oi juaooa.
LESH PRODUCER & TONIC
(in Inn's Pltnaar Tilnoel RAaawnr.
Cures ill Blood and 8ktn Diseases, Rbeama
tiim. Bcrolula, Old Boras. A perfect tipring
B'uuicino. . .
If not ia your market. It will he forwarded
i reoeipt of prioe, timall bottl, II, large,
Essiy oa Blood aad Skla DImmm milled
IMl'OUTKR AND DEALER IS
fn nr;-- r. . ; - ,
is, Ammunition, 'Frihtng- TaeW
nnd IUso-li 1 (iosMla,
nnin .j, w . n H HTI IT.
3f stntn atreet. tieuipuu, Tiai
Manafaoturing and Kepalitag ( tluil a
IL'BDWABE AMD X.TSATHE.
I aow""" 1 1
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. '
KiTf bouieintbii or ny other oitr. In addition to a eowplete line of Eui.rS
Bide foods, Inoludmg the l ILtBKl tb OOOUBAR dk CM BaM lSi!
Jai?,g: nnol,h"Mcl,.0f Ct-?".eoods for Men, Women, Mi" and ChildTJn. w!
llb1,',l I? ,h country, in ererf variety ud ityle, and amona
BnrinirvJ'11 u"0'"! M,D ' Boots and Shots manufactured! .leo. Hooker for on?
rLD & TIdo- W? cArrr. e)0" line of diea' and Wisaoi' Custom Kid. " oat ui
o;f.ESk1fm&nKUf""'r,,1 KriPPendorf. Dittman ACe. W invite th.tride to em"i
our stock before buying elsewhere, and we guarantee every thing we sell to give satisfaction.
' "R 4.lt A CO.
To the Tr
Hive attained. Tins tnfinc'Ail i,ni,.!..UI..I
l,ni(ofi.n ii v . k. . ,i - 7i "";r " ujnuiBciarera 10 puce on me market 1 base
We aerebv eaution ihe pnblio that all (lenuine Cigarros will boar av HDD teal
On each box. and mi f Kairnrw Nnmh.. UJU. 4.1 ...... mi v kBB'
Ihe only all long Havana filler cigar on the market for O oenti.
3-X0. Xs. X iZBS ett CO.,
Factory 200, 3d District, JV. Y.
MOON & JQYHEB, Wholesale Anents,
ADLER BBO. & GO.,261 MMNST
Z. N. ESTES.
shoe m- mA
(SVCCEVtSORS TO ESTES, DOAN CO.;
WLalesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
J. s. nT,
Lit of J. 8- DhyASon.
w. n. iioktow,
Late of Moachim ii Ilorton.
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
-WHOLES A tE-
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Vront Street Itteinvliia Tenn.
Mil FEMALE C
Send for Catalogue showing exceptionally superior advantases.lnfl tonoes and environment!.
If aj-'lllfV I AtFarmdalP.O..FrmWlnCo.,Ky., oyenallrsl
KtllTUlvT lltomlay 8..pt.,'8, Ua ISnd annual itilinnflmor
ana a J 'avorahle auspice than lor ipat years. Full
will I I U wr I "allaraollon Issurca oy urn j-uy. u
lllllail I iKacultyslve undivided attention to pupil.. A
mm ia wa a a I school for boys and young men which arknewledge-a no i
irOlllUla- I superior. For
(StJCOESSORS TO HEACHAsI k HOKTOSI
Old Stand, No. 0 Union St., Memphis.
Hanufacturer of Alabama Limo,
AND DEALER IN
SKWEK PIPK. " POITf.41JI CEJIEJIT,
FXUF IiIW0, Ksr.IlI.H I KJT.
Cfiiiwrf Y Toes, i.oi iwn.i.i; ruE.T,
,4W,i V4.SI:, PI-STKU I'AICIN.
TII.K, rilti: l l Y, 1IAI( uudFlHK It IlIC
352 rwOTfT KTT? T.T.T. 1VTT!MTms TT VN.
In;i!r.u:!ln T --rT
" ' w . . . M H W 1 .
Iti"t of iti rURH In th
urounus til urea); Lupacioc
liuii imas, il iikOioi, Hoti d nd vemilnie l ; ttne librar, nuaratus and equipmet-t; 1
teachers. Thorouuh.' nd complete course of instruction. Rest advanageMn Vuic, Eloct
Hon, . Painting, e;o No s-ctarianism anils Annual Session Uin J!OJDAy, iept I.
l!XSo. Prices rcMonahlo. Illustrated Catalogus tree. .
F. METER, ecy ansl. rea.
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Latest Novelties ia Footwear
FOR 6PRINO AND BUMMER.
ZLEGANT 8TTI.ES I
LOWKNT PBICES I
AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas 93.00 Calf Shoe.
In Button, Lace and Congress.
mtr Illustrated Citalca-ne and Price- Lift
Mailed Free on aw Mention. -w
W. B. D0AN.
11SATT GIN CO.
Manufacturer's Agents for
Daiilfl frail! CottouGins,
FEEDERS AND CONDENSERS,
SMILEY, SMITH V CO.,
Pratt Ecllpao lluHer dins, Feed
era and Win ttepalrers,
08 to 101 Poplar SU, Memphis.
awPratt Bsvolving-Mad Gins nn
qunled. btock now complete. Price
reduced. Correspondence ana orders
nlioited. Old Gins Repaired in First
class "rrler. All work ffuanintneil-
J. W. BAIEET.
Lata of Bailey Coringtoa?
IDA K 11UUU, I pBTNp,plIH
KTTSAN I- UK RON, f "IrCIPA-
caulogu etc auareaa wi.K.lJ-Axia,Bupl i
South. I'rftmrrw f.ir Hnninii or learting Trh.
Ilitlll SrhiKiln Hlltl Vlim'i'nitll1". l.lllllll'ii iihihImt of ltnal sleid, Hit)
Stfrli,l A(lvHiitK''' VuT ft il.-inii' iih ri-ftTi-iirffv, kr., mMrrHt
"iV. N. M HON A Mnnt'Tuf .rt, rnivimit of lt'rl'lpU,
A. I.. Ml DON AI O, ; t H ! U:t1 W,., j I I'lliv.TNit V, UtllKiilr, k
A as HOME FOR TOCV
aniKN. s ailnmbln. Teba
ealthy Location: liandroir.