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S1ILS0AD THE TABLE.
a, BIMJWfr'l t AlA.lt! JtOVTB.
tfal road will t-1 ollo-!
IAS kAlL."
Soma
North.
foonphla
la.
4:90 p.m
t:W D.m
9:tt a.B
7:31 swa
4:17 1.1
1:13 e.a
11 :16 p.m
8i p.m
T:M p.m
6:00 p.m
Lalead..-.
lekebnrg,
lOsSS p.m
J.-uu a.m
8:44 a.m
6:25 a.m
(tl4 ft.m
:00 .m
BwtUoi
ftmm Orleans.... H
35 t uvvrt n x" 41
a-With til lines entering Memphis.
E-Wltb M. A N. W. H. R. lor Helena.
0 for Greenville and Huntington, and all
Arkansa. points.
P-With V. A M. and V., S. A V. Rallroeda.
4 -With M., J. AO. R.K. for Natchos and
Jackaon.
-For Point on the Branch.
Wltbateamere lor llayou Sara.
With railroad, diverging lor Florida,
Taim and Cnaatlpninta.
J AH. M
KDWAHDo, V. r. andU.
M.
A. J.KNAPP
. P. A.
Mlaalealppl an Tmhhn,-Train,
mora a. tollowa: JNew Orleans sail arrival
daily at 9:26 a.m.) leavea daily at 6:00 p.m.
MowsHtrt Nvwaaad MlaalMlnpl Val
or. Train, mora a. follows I Past 'In.
leaves at 10:00 a.m. I M. Louis fatt Una
leave, at S:30 p.m. : Faat lin arriv.a at 1 :30
p.m. i St. Lout, faat Una arrivea at 9:06 a.m.
Loalavllla aad Naahvllle Tralna
ova aa followa i faat mail arrival daily at
flUi.n.i leave, at 10: 10 p.m.i mall leaves
daily at 10:10 a.m.) arrives at 4:00 p.m.
Brownavtlle aooomtnodatiom leaves dally1
loapt Sunday, at 6:00 p.m.) arrives daily,
xoapt8nnday, at 9:60 a.m. (standard time).
ansphla and Little Bora. -Train.
ova aa followa toentrai sianaera umeM
o. 1 l.avaa aauy at : p.m.i arrivaa at
166 n. m. No. S leavoa at 6:56 a.m. I arrive.
at 8 :W a.m. No. & (freight) leavaa Hopefield
dally (eioei euBaej) at o:uu. a.m.i arrive,
at 7:10 p.m.
enir Baiala (Kaaaaa City, .prlaar.
rid aad II etnpula) Tralna leave" M. and
T. depot aa followa: No. 4, Kanaaa City ei
areaa, leavea at 10:46 a.m.i No. 3, Kanaaa
city eipreae, arrivea at 8:30 p.m. No. 2,
Kanaaa City mail, leavea at8:00 P.m.i No. II,
Kanaaa City mail, arrivea at 8:46 a.m. No.
I, Ht. Lonia and Chicago eipreaa, leavea at
iiOO p.m.i No. 1, Ht. Loula and Chlcasoei-
Xreaa, arrive, at 8:45 a.m. In affect bunday,
pril u,m.
Mrmphla aad 4'harlmafoa Train,
tnove aa followa: Through expreaa leavaa
daily at 10:i p.m. Mail and expreaa leavea
dally at 10:00a m. Bomervllle accommoda
tion leavea daily, except Bundav, at 6:M
.m. Through eipres. arrivea daily at 6:26
a.m. Mail and eipreae arrivea daily at H :KI
S.m. Boinervllle .accommodation arrivea
aily, eioept Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
vmplila, KlrmlDKliain and Allan
tic Uullv Spring. Knute Tralna move aa
follow! i No. 1 leavea Memphis dally at 3:46
p.m. lHrrives at Holly Bpringa at 6:58 p.m.i
Vo. i leavea Holly Springs daily at 9:00
a.m., aajrivaa at Memiinla at II il6a.ni.t No.
6 leavea Memphia daily at 7:16 p.m., arrivea
E' 11 oily Hprings at 11 :46 p.m. I No. 6 leavea
oily Hpringa daily at 2:16 a.m., arrivaa at
amphla atflMfs a.m.
THE WEATHER.
WaibinoTor, Auguat20, 1886, la.m.
Indications: For Tennemee fair
weather; slightly coolor.
Fnr Arkansas, local rains; sliKhtly
cooler.
Iadlcatlona.
For MuMiippi and Louisiana: Eatt-
trly windt; nearly ttationary lemptra-
iure
For Texai: Bain, followed by fair
vmther; norOifrly wimU; nearly tUUion
ary lemjicralure.
tor Arkanta: Jacal raim; tatterly
Vituh ; ulightly cooler.
For Tennentea Fair wratlur; ttuterly
api'mia; dightiy coaler.
The ritfrt will remain nearly ttution
ary. HtierolOKlal Knporl.
in,
n K.w.
IT
Time. liur. Tiier. WimT W'thur
7:00 a.m.:t0(X)i; 75.0 N.E Ka!r.
11:00 a. in
8:00 p.m. .": HHO N.K. Fair.
7:00 p.m
10:00 p.m. l"i).i)S8 SO 0 N. Oar.
Mlnlmnm temperature,' 74.
Ozone, Ham., 2.
Kolnfall, 0.00.
la Ilia ajoltoa KvkIuu.
Signal Skrtics, U. B.Ariit, 1
AiiRust 10, 188(1-5 p.m.
Divtalon of iuleKrams and reports for
the benefit of commerce and agricul
ture. Cotton region bulletin lor the
twenty-fonr hours ending August 18th,
at 5 o'clock p.m.
MIMPR1B DIB- SC S0 5
taier. g? ?B
? ? B F
Memphis 00 74 .00
Haahvllle 8.rj (15 .01)
Grand Junctiou... 00 71 .00
OortnLh 1)5 72 .03
Tnecumbla ill ') .00
Decatur 03 72 .00
Boottsboro 00 (Hi .00
Hernando.... 00 71 .00
J&tleavtUe 05 7:1 .00
Grenada !' 72 .(H)
OoTiuffloiI.M M) (X) .00
Dyersbarg 02 (0 .(H)
Arlington H4 71 ,(K)
firownaville. I 00 I 70 i(K)
Milan 01) (18 ,00
Paris.- S4 fit) ,00
Bolivar....... 00 70 .00
Holly Springs 07 71 .(X)
Oxford 07 75 .00
Sums 1732 1214 .00
Means 41 2 (i) 7 .(X)
Wilmington HO (IS U8
Oharlonlou 87 72 ,U
luguata 84 70 ..'17
Savannah 07 74 .42
Atlanta. Hi 70 .42
Montgomery l);t 72 .2(1
Mobile 05 73 .43
New Orleans. 02 74 .00
Galveston- OS 75 ,02
Vlcksbnr 07 75 .
Little Rock 0) 74 .00
Memphis 01 70 .00
Bums... . 1001 8(17 3.73
Mean 01 72 .31
Comparative Wrekly Kalafall.
The following is the lainfall in the
cotton belt region ;
Wffk Ending
A9. 14, '86. Aug. IS, '86
Booth Atlantio States...().0H l.L'O
East Gulf 8 a'e 0 70 010
West Gulf SUtfa 0.48 0.17
Ohio Valley and Tenn...0.64 0.30
Average for Dist 0 02 0.48
For TenuoK6 ulono the weekly
amount ia for
tdhattanooga. 0.01 0.01
Knozville 1 26 0 88
Memphis 0 00 0.02
Nashville 0.32 00(i
Average for Tenn 0.05 0.24
fine Wath rtalriut: at Hnlford's
MACitiNAW Jltt, 70c at Cohen's.
Order nllorH Wade 1W enlala.
Subscribe Tor the "Appeal.'
JATY HEWS.
More plnatant yesterday.
TheConrtbruse was as dry as a
bone yesteiday.
Tin Toboggau Lai another jood
crowd litt evening.
The threatened contest for magis
trate of the Fifth Civil District has not
yet taken shape.
J. W. Patton and Annie M. Carter,
C. T. Ilinshal and Minnie Trebert
were licensed to marry yesterday.
Topular ManUdy for September at
Mansford's. If yon want anything to
read I hey can supply you. Works to
smt an lastes.
Mr. 0. T. HalBi7, of Chorlwton.
8. C, wishes to know the address of
bis father, M. P. llalsey, 6apo:ed to
bj in this city.
A warrant was issued yesterday
for thfl arrest of A. O'rr, a house
mover, who cut the lire alarm wire on
YVaibiugion street.
A email rte war to St. Louis 1b in
progi ens be wean the Chef apeake and
Ohio and Kansas City lines. It was
run down to J3 75 yesterday evening.
The building boom inaugurated
in the spring continues unabated.
There ia plenty of work to do and an
abandant supply of labor and ma
terial. .
Work on tbe well and reservoir at
the Courthouse has been temporarily
suspended. The odor from the foul
earth overturned by the diggers makes
tbe atmosphere of the neighborhood
anything but salubrious.
The report of the Committee on
Street Railroads and Paving, which
was made to the Council last week,
bat been printed In pamphlet f jrm and
freely dls'riuted over tbe city. And
it is thus that it is proposed to carry
tbe war into Aires.
Judge Hammond yesterday re
ceived trie c inin'ssien ol the i.ewly
appointed iviarehal for this District,
Dr. T. B. Yancey, who ia expeced to
arrive tnday. It Is not believed that
he will make many charges in the list
ol deputies appointed by bis prede
cessors "No man has a better opportunity
of keeping posted about the popu a
tion of the city." said Chief Cleary the
other day, "aud I know it is rapidly on
the increase. During tbe past two
months I have made It my bupino'S
to Inspect all of tbe large buildings in
the city frequently, and dozens of inem
which were unoccupied hint year are
full to overflowing now. Take a walk
down Main street any day and you
will be astonished to observe the num
ber ol new faces."
K. R Bullock &. Co , the firm be
hind tbe Citizens' Water Company,
which proposes to furnish Munpliis a
water supply, is making similar pro
posals at Natchez A telegram from
that point says: "A few weeks go
tbe firm of Samuel R. Bullock A Co.,
of New York, sent an engineer here to
make investigations, with a view of
putting in a eyttem of water works.
His repoit was so saticfaetorv to them
that Mr. Bullock bus deiidt d to come
himself, and witti his engineer, Mr.
Fuller, will be here tomorrow, when
be will make a proposition to the peo
ple;, which, if ratisfactory, will insure
tbe immediato construction of the
works. They come as capitalists, who
deeire t9 put their money where it
will pay them well, and rnly ask a
guarantee of eulliciont patrunngo as
will justify thuin in in vowing.
Pcabody Hotel Stand,
Gajoso Hotel Stand,
f'liriii l'iiliiii- 111(1 Main mrMnf.
IIo(linia't"ra for Horace it, Kellev &
(Vt'a (Ilia hTutr IVnal ftli-ava Tim trail
supplied at New York pnuts. Cigars
oy me uo HpeciHiiy.
I. BAMKLSON A CO.,
Sol. Alien t,
PERSONAL.
F. T. Williams, one of the popular
salesmen of Huntor Bro3., is enjoyii g
1 no mountain air witn relatives in
Virginia,
Poi, Comman, the king manufact
urer of the famous K0 K0 Tulu, and
leading tobacconist of our city, left
last ntgnt for Colorado and Frisoo fnr
rest. Sol needs it badly, and when he
returns he will be ready for the fall
campaign.
Mr Caldwill, conductor on a con
struction train on the Louisville, New
Orleans and Texas radroad, wa iu
tbe city yoterdav, and gave a biit-f ac
count of the killing of the panther
which attacked a train band, about
two miles south of Shelby, early this
month. Mr. Caldwell was near the
track and the negro was just at tbe
edge of the woods. Seeing a etranuo
animal approaching him, the negro
cried "catamount. As the animal
jumped the negro threw up His hands,
catching the animal by the side ol tbe
jaw and one of the hind legs. Tbe
animal and victim fell together, and
Mr Caldwell quickly shot t he panther,
which was live feet long. The negro
was tightly cut on the face by tbe
teeth (.1 the animal. The counga of
the calmed man made a veiy favorablo
bupropion on the mind ol his bora.
There were two panthers toguther, bnt
one rttreat!d into the woods while the
other made the attack.
TRANSFERS.
K. G. Craig aud wife to R B. Koen,
(53 82-100 acres lu the conntry. for
$15(H)
U B Koen and wife to F. D. Craig,
trustee, to secure R. G. Craig In the
auia of fl500, same property as above.
J. If. Field and wife to II It. Bat-,
lotO, b'ock 13, westeide Shelby street,
near Linden street, for $4000.
Sarah J. McUee and husband to Mrs.
H. K. Slglor, lots 12 and 17, Fourth
District, for fUOO.
lioth Would Haul It.
Mr. Jags and Mr. Cage were talking
about religious matters.
"It is a groat pity that Noah's ark
could not have been preserved," said
Mr. Cags. "It would have materially
assisted in educating the masses in re
ligion." "I don't know about that," replied
Mr. Jags. "If It were in existence
Barnum would have it,"
"Yes, I supposs so," mused Cags.
Either Barnum or Hoi Coleman. The
latter would paint Ko-Ko Tulu all over
it and tarn her loos."
Mackisaw Hats, 70o at Oohen'a.
Cheap Hnllroiul Hut a.
The rates of the Gulf road between
Memphis and St. Louis and Chicago
will in no case hs higher than those
tllered by competitors, ahd onr service
will continue to be superior as in tbe
past. Call at ticket otflck 81 Madison
ttrett, before buying volir tickets.
It. D. KLMelTlckot Atant.
Lenlavlll iiat.
PRWAR FOB l.OOD.. ,
Foiinduticj. s, cBllnr fills and build
ii gaoii' cttoowitj.iw should be c n
etrucud . t . LduisvillA Cement. It is
tin, Mli.,lf,r.l y
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALS FRIDAY. AUGUST 20. 1886.
ON 'CHANGE.
Thi first bale of new cotton from
Arkansas river, shipped by w. P. Mc
Diel & Co , Garrateoa'e Landing, eon
mimA t. Mll nnl,.J JL
rived yesterday and will be sola at
auction toaay at 11 o ojock a m.
B. B. Bkkcber bas been elected a
member of tbe Cotton txebange.
Visitobs on 'Changs yestsrday: T.
A. Hunt. Ripley, Miss. ; F. 8. Spalding,
Newuriean; u. uarney, uincinnall ;
W.N. Sandlin, Monillton, Ark.; G.
P. Reeve, Vicksburg; W. 8. Crossman,
New York: J. C. Ka'en'uo. New Or
leans; T. G. Itobbins, jr, Louis
ville. K.V.
"Wa bavj been," eays the Philadel
phia Ledier, "advised of repeated in
stances ol chtrzirg excessive fees for
protesting small cueckr, but the fol
lowing, told by the Hartford Courant,
ra'her caps the climax: 'One of our
banks received not long ago on deposit
a check for $3 on a bank in Dakota, It
was forwarded for collection in due
course, and alter some time came back
protested, with $3 06 fees. It was
aiterward ascertained that the man
who drew tbe check was also the no
tary public of the Dakota bank on
which it was drawn, and so pocktede
f3 06 fees for protecting his own 3
check.'"
FROM THE PEOPLE.
Beforaa of C'oavlcta.
To th. Editor, of tha Appeal 1
Bines public attention has been so
pointedly called by your correspond
denf'B'' to cruelties perpetrated on
convict) by pr son oilicials lacking in
humanity, will you pleae publish the
following short a't'cle taken from tbe
Northwttlern Chriitian Advocate, just to
baud, and bearing directly on the
question to clearly stated by "B." Let
him goon in his good work.
JUSTICE, JR.
RBPOBM OF CONVICTS.
Northwestern Christian Advocate: The
emferenue held in St. Paul, Minn.,
laet week discussed some of the most
important queetions of the age relating
to ilinrrfiirm of the treatmentof crim
inals, Our j tails and penitentiaries
bsve been transited hitherto on tbe
old Mosaic doc rine of retaliation an
eye f r an eye and a tooth for a tooth.
No idea of tbe reform of the convict
has bsen entertained until within a
few yearj. The murderer must be
put out of tbe way as completely as
tiis victim. The man who cannot
pay his debts must be confined until
he can, as ia the vrss of Mr.
Durrit In romancs acd lnnumtrable
examples in this country down to
recent times. O! course a man in
juil with nothing to pay can only sat
isfy bis creditors by suffering pain and
humiliation. The whole scheme cf
which such methods are a part belongs
to the lex talionis, and is not in har
mony with Ohrittianity. The new
methods which are advocated look to
reforming the prisoner and fitting him
by a lories of years of careful disci
pline for becoming a good citizen
again. Hope and aspira'ion are to be
raised in bis heart, and his term of
Impiunnment is to be determined by
himself; a system of marks adopted
recording hii behavior, and good be
havior shortens h s sentence. Such a
s.i s'em ia at preprint in practice in El
mira, N. Y., and is being studied with
ere it care by philanthropist) and re
formers. The old eys em necessarily
icg.,rd4 a diRchftrgdd convict ana crim
inal still. He finds that everybody is
Rgiinst Mm. lie has , the mark of
Cain, and in many esses a roor fel
low lluds it best, as he thinks, at
leat, t repeat his oflense and
Hnd refiigo in the walls of th ponitan
tinry fgin The new method seeks
to conlino the prisoner, nnd subject
him to a diec'pline which shall reform
him, and then dismiss him with a cer
tificate of good charae'er based 'upon
his behav or while in the cre and
charge .f tbe State. The old method
either muxes criminals or confirms
them. It is mere than idle to turn
out a convict, hardened and calloused
by contlnr-mant, without a helpful
moral t aining, and expect him to be
anything else than a criminal. Our
gr. at cities are rile wkh discharged
criminals whs ara busy plying their
vocation. It is time we bad a reform
in the direction indicated.
JUST RECEIVED
BY NOL (JOLEH1N,
Importer of Havana Cigars,
llO S A PEIIIECTOS.
Two for 25 cents.
for Hale only at "ol Coleman's
lKr Palace.
Mackinaw Hats, 70c at Cohen's.
Nerve an lujnrellou on Dlaeaae
By Invigorating a Labia oonatltution, reno
vating a ddhllltat.il iihyniqua, and anriohlng
a tnin and innutrition circulation with
lloat.tter'a Stonwh It it tar a, tbe finest, th.
moat highly annotiomtd. and the moat ou
lar tonio and iroventlve in exiatcnoe. It
atr.n.thena the atoinarh, roinediea torpor of
tha liver and bowole, and give, a healthful
Itnpulie to the aeoretive aud diarharglng
funotiona of the kidneya and b adder. Not
only doai it arreit and iirevent the reour
reaaa ol malarial tevera, but it furniahra
tha oily a.eaaat aafeguard agalnat them to
peraoia who have never been afniotedwith
ihoae maladies bat woald be liable to incur
tit in if neiioinally inyroleotod. It eliin
Inaea' 01 the blood oertain Impuritiea
which the aioit akllllal pathologist, aaaign
aa the exalting oauae of thoae agoniaing com
plainta, rheuinatiiin and gout, and it ia,
moreover, an excellent romedy for an en
feebled or overwrought atata of tha nervoa,
and tor mental deapondonoy.
Ho to Rntlrnl.ro l.aa;omaralno lor
your floiublUK and Waa-l-'ltUBa;
A Valnnblo Hrmljr.
Brandreth's Pills bave been used by
millions of human beings. Their
sucie'S is founded upon the thoory of
reason, and an attentive observation
of symptoms of disease. Whatever
makes bad digestion breeds disease,
and whatever makes good digestion
cures dleease. Brandreth's Pills make
good digestion, purify the blood and
remove all bad humors out of the
body by tbe organs of the stomach
and bowels. They act in harmony
with vital action aud work of nutri
tion; the strength increases, the skin
and the eye become clear, and the
symptoms of the nia'ady are en rely
rendered mitdw by their use). Tbey
are barmleaa for all a4ea and condi
tions. Mnlfnrd, Jeweler, 1(94 Main, to
Holts orden from tha conatry.
A Drugg-liit'ei (story.
Mr. Isaao O. Chapman, druggist,
Newbnrg, N. Y writes us: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balsam for
the Lungs. I caa say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never beard a customer speak of
it but to praise its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest eftects. I
bave used It in my own family for
many years ; in fact, always bave a
bottle In the medicine closet ready for
use." '
MouogTHiii llHiiglea Malford.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Dafr'a lareraea Hotel,
Corner of Adaml aad Mala .treat.. Rooms.
owe, Tbt aod fl per aay i American nan,
ti per day,
RAfltanrant In tha Hotel.
J. M. DjiY (lu year, with Peabody Hotel)
rropneior.
EM Wood, Mo
F Fletcher. Ti
O WIInmphriM.Ark
K L ll.rrn, Tenn
A Dickeruian, Ark
J TCiaco, Tenn
J Wilaon, Tenn
K M Jonea, Tenn
J F Du'na. Tenn
J LMalone, Ark
E B Knight, Ark
v reaaela, Jenn
8 W Little, Ind
H L Milam, Miaa
K J bullivan, Ohio
T K Crawford, Va
J 11 rinjder, Tenn
A A Mnrtin, Tenn
'C Ilcilrira.Ark
It M Kouglua, Ha
W T Adauia, Mo
A C McKinneyAs.Miaa
(i B Aloreheiu, Tenn
II L Pridiiy. Menn
H h noon, Uoie .
N I'y ea, Mo
(1 11 Mr
Riiev. Ind
W II Adama. Mo
H u Core, Ark
O CMnore, Tenn
L a Williama. Tex
That Haw Uavoao.
FARUISOTON, STEWART A WHITE,
PRitPRtaroRa.
Ratea, $2 60 to 14 per day, aooordiLg to loca
tion ol rooma.
J P Honae. Oa C T Bieer, Mo
K Knaley, Tenn II D Clark, Ala
J II Douglaaa Ac, Mo J R Ryan, Mo
Miaa Abernathy.Miia Col N Uregnry, Ark
HT Hunt, Miaa T A Hunt, Mia.
H J Thurmond, Miaa R Thurmond jr, Miaa
J Brown, Miaa A ) Rhoiiea, Ua
K U Ruhhlna. Kv .IB Pail rev. La
E J Ilundon, Tenn W L Baker, Tenn
J W Bailey. Tonn
A M bhouk, xenn
M Wolf, La
T Downey, Miaa
E W LaBeaume, Tez
J C Johnaon, Miaa
Wm Hstovall, Miai
J ThoniDBon. Mia.
v K weed, n 1
W J McMaater, Mo
J A Grundy, Tenn
OR Hill, Miaa
R E Bteger, Tenn
F CFerguaon.Miaa
U Ualna, Mo
II A Kike, Mo
CT Calvin, Ky
1(1 Nevitte, Ala
Robt Wplfenden, N Y
n uue, no
R E Perkina, Ala
L B Witaon, Ark
I. W nuah. Ark
Jt J Waaler, Mo
T E Jaokaon, Ark T B Williama, Ark
M Coleman. Miaa L J Burbank. Miaa
L A Uickona. Miaa Thoa rjlaunhler. Tenn
Coleman. Aiiaa
wiim itiuil., IQllti lata1-' a iiOCinji IDIIU
A 8 Maxey, Ark It J Field, Ark
Thoa Maker, Ark A J biinnaon, Mo
Chaa Fenton, Mo A F Turner, Mo
J B Uaborno, Mo LB Reynold, Mo
ri... ' , . t . f. -r L- x: . i ,
Peabody Hotel.
C. B. GALLOWAY k CO Pbofrictohb.
ttatea iz oo ana 9.1 per day, accorJing to
aiie and location of room Special
ratea made.
ASFernald, Mo
S UnltrorTAd, Ark
E J bicanlan, Ark
W A Jamoa, Tenn
L 8vdhev. Mo
W N Pandlin, Ark
K C Blnncharil, Miaa
E A Johnaton, Mo
K J Harinda. Tenn
118 Enell. Ohio
11 hilveraton, N Y
M lUyinmi, Ohio
W M Harrison, Tonn T K Kiildick, Tonn
E M Brown, Tenn T I! fcerguaon, Miaa
J Thoinpaou. Miaa
B Wolf. N V
V l Uwena, Ark
J M Kimuiea, Tenn
U C Moorman, Tenn
C 0 Van titter, Tenu
W W Hile, Mis.
R D K well, Tenn
'1' J Flimitn, Tenn
II Reivhenbach, N Y
T II Collina, Mo
(1 V Tatum, Ky
W J Led better, Tena
W L Boyd, Ky
S B Parmolee, Ct
E R Weema, Ala
H R Diokaon, N Y
J Kohlbry, l'a
CF Ashlev. NY
J 8 Harris, Mo
E M Huol, Ohio
W T buttot, Ky
II II Matloc
k, Ky
A Warner. N J
W Neimar. Y
F M Duval. Tnnn
J P Neuthor, 111
J Harp. Miaa
J U RodJini.Fla
W8Cro8aman,NY
J F Miller, Ky J H Ayrea, Ky
Mra .1 L Cocke, Tena J B White, Ala
j a urown, lex 0 a miner, lex
Wm Starling, Miaa II H Harper, Ohio
AChildera Kv Mra K JacoVa id, Ala
J Hubbard, Miaa E Goodwin, Mo
L W wood, IN 1 A D Hriffin, Mo
KB Wilaon, Mo.
Caaton'a Hotel.
W. H. RTNflllAM Mminte
European plan. Enlarged and refurnished.
rrioea aoonrding to alia and loca
tion of rooma.
JEPankey, NO A Brown. Miaa
LHMaai n.Tex F J Thornton, Ark
J E Smith A. w, Ark Master Smith, Ark
T White, Ark L R Willla.Tonn
J Wheeler, Ala C A Johnaon NY
E Scorbath, NY C J Russeli, N Y
B C Johnson, Miss O MullinU, Kv
II (Iraves, Ky HCKilman, Ky
P Murphy, Ky E P Rowell, Ky
W 8 Crosstnan, N Y Mrs J Hawkins, Miss
ft ruroerman, Ulito IS II lloneruy, N Y
P Chamber., Ark J 11 Ilogan, La
W S Duvia. Mn
Mrs E Hughes, Mi.-i
J P Morrisey, Miss
J 11 miuib, lenn
T II Milburn.Tenn
H Ba'ta, Mich
WC Knight, Miss
11 Hamio, Ala
W A Bell, Mia.
W F iV.oCalmon.Tonn
U J Kodgars, lenn
D A Moriill, Tenn
F Biinling. Tenn
Miaa I Hall, Ark
K Q Withers, Mies
I tuinn, itelann
J UDun, tonn.
LOCAL NOTICES.
Dr. 0. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
P. M. Stanlky, funeral director and
enibalincr, 55 Madison street.
W. A. Fairks, No. 59 Union street,
has just received an A 1 lot of good
Kentucky saddle and hun.e;B horses.
Thb lierbal Chill Cure. he best
tonio and anti-rerlodio known A eertain
and sure dure for chills. Pri. iL pur bot
tle. Send atumpa for oironliir'. ,'. -jy ref
rnnce gixen. Addreaa John tl. Hooker,
bynnnnarg, va.
flio boat regulator of diifi'lve or
gans and the best appetizer known is
Angostura Bitters. Try it, but beware
of imitations. Get from your grocer
or d: uggtBt the genuine artie'e, manu
factured by Ur. J. O. JJ. Kifceit &
Sons.
Studies at St. A enea Academv will
be resumed on Monday, the 6th of
September. As an incentive to the
industry of the pupil, a handsome
gold watch ri6ientvd bv Mr. Taylor aa
the "Maggie Kutlln Meinoiial Pre
mium" will be awarded to t je young
lady boarder who, havirg attained her
fourteenth year, hai excelled in all
school duties aud requirement.
Tub wasting diseases of infants and
children are by no means enn lined to
an insullicient supply of food. The
trouble is that the fiind is injudicious
ly selected, and the limited digestive
power of the child is unable to aa-
bimilata it. Mellin's food, when pre
pared according to the directions,
forms the best substitute for mother's
milk that has ever been proluced.
Ely's Ckam Balm was r. commend
ed to me by my drneitist as a preventa
tive to lny fever. Have b?en using it
as dirpctotl since the H'h of August and
have found it a specific for that much
dteadedaud loatbaome disease. For
ten years or more 1 have been a arreat
sulUrereauh year, from August 9th
uu irost, ana nave tried many alleged
remedies for its cure, but Ely s Cream
Balm ia the only preventive I htve
ever found. Hay fever sufferers ought
to know of ita elllcacy.
. F. B. AINSWORTH.
Of F. B. Alnawnrth A Co., Publiahere, Indi
an a po 1 ia ii"i
Aa.lt ice to Mother.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothinc Svrun
should always be lined when children
are cutting teeth. It rel icves the littln
sufferers at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It ia
very pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and ia the best known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty-
nve cents a Dome.
Solid Silverware at BlnlfbrtT
ADDITIONAL MYERS.
Cincinnati. O.. AnonnMfl TCfoM
River 11 feet 6 inches on the gauge and
falling. Weather clear and cool.
VicasscRO, August 19. Night Ar-
rivAit ' Hnlla Mamnlila Kt I.nnla IW
parted: Oakland and barges and City
01 Baton itoage, ou ixrais.
Cairo, August 19. Nght River 0
feet 7 inches on the gauge and falling.
WAatbitv rlnar anil nlaaiaanf AfvIvoiT.
Ohio, Cincinnati, 2 p.m. Departed:
Ohio, Memphis, 5 pm.
Louihvill,Ky., Auguat 19. Night
River falling, with 7 feet 1 inch in the
canal and 4 feet 11 inches on the falls.
Weather clear and pleasant Business
dull. Arrived: Granite State, Cincinnati,
JAKES C BEIX, PrealdenU
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
WHOLESALE
MMTJFACTURERS AIID JOBBERS
OF
Saddles Harness Collars
SADDJTiBY II BDWABIS AI LE1THE1I.
t& SPECIAL PRICES k Railroad ant levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness. -&t
Between & Betwixt
Too Early for the Fall Too
Late for Summer.
Hints How to Save Money.
r It la between aeaaona in tha olothing
trad. Th. demand lor aummer gooda ia
now over, and Suyera art not yet thinking
of fall good..
Tha Miafit Clothing Parlors, 262 Beeond
street, do not believe in dull aeaaona. Oooda
can always be sold, provided priees ara
plaoed low enough. The way to do bnaineas
Is to do it. If trade Is dull force it. That's
what we now propose doing. Of oourae we
still hare goods on hand which we do no
care to carry over. Now we propose to aell
theae gooda. HowT Why, by selling them
much lower than they ooat ua.
BAltOAIKS TO SNAP AT!
Medium-Weight Suita Just the Things
for Fall Wear..
Light-Weight Suits Below Coat.
Fine Medium-Weight Pants carried from
the Spring.
Heavy-Weight Pants-for Winter Wear
at Half Winter Prices.
A General Clearing Sale.
We intend to sell all our present stock be
fore our Fall Goods arrive. Now ll tha
chance to secure great bargains. It will pay
yon to stock IP bow with the Suits and Pants
yon may not need until the fall. Fall will
soon be hare, and what you can save now
will be a luoky Investment.
Nl'EdAL KOTICE-Odds and Endaof
Suita, and Odd Coats and Vests, at remarka
bly low prioes.
Misfit Clothing Parlors,
262 Second Street,
Opposite C'oart Sqnnre Memphis.
jrOprn Evenings nnill 7i Salar
nrdnye, nntll 11.
B9-AU alterations to insure a perfect fit,
done free of chftrsre.
Deviled Crab, Nhrlanp,
Salmon, Freata Can Mackerel,
Nardlne, Lobatera,
Brook Tront, Ovale,
Mackerel In tomato Catanp,
Nweet Hlufled I'lcklea,
Nnnr I'lcklea by Illegal, nnd In Jans,
Pickled Onlona, Hot Kellah,
WooMter Sauce, lomato t'atanp,
Capera, Maaatard, t'orry Powder,
Salad Dreaalntr, Olives, Olive OH,
Cream Cheese, Celery 8nco,
Celery Null, V.te , Kle.
J. F. DUCKHAM & CO.
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Boiler Works,
SHEA McCAllTlIY. Propr's,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
fX8 OFTHR LAKOKHT BOIMft SHOPS
1U III, UUUIUl 1311 111. VUlf
Boiler aid Sheet-Iron Wurka la theoity.
HMnnrxnlurere of heavy plate lron
work of everv rfeaerlntlon. Soealal
ettaTittnn .ivea kn ylnnnan work.
J. G, SCHMIDT & SON,
importers and dealers In nibi, amai.
Billion and liahlns; Taaekle, Hnlldera'
Hardware, fclecarie Mella aaid Aa
nnnclalora for Hotel a and Kealdencea,849
Haln el reel. MenaBSala. Teaa. Kleotrie
supplies always on hand Repairing neatly
dona.
R. KUPFZRSCHMIDT,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
fjniis, Ammnnltlon, Flshlnj Tacklr
and itaae-Kaii Hooas.
WHOLBSALK AND RETAIL.
M Main stireea. Memo hie. Teaaj
Manufaoturlng and Repairing of Sans a
Mnealaltv.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
a 18 Maui HUt Memphis, Tent
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
Artists' Materials,
TCBE I'AFITX. CANVAS, Kto.t
Frank Schumann,
Importer and Dealer la
-iti
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3
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Bona, riahlna; Tavekle) and Sparta
tsaeaaSappllea. aa-Special attantior
gW.n to MANUIACTURIN9 and RK
PAIRING, -aa
4ia Main fStM emplils, Tenn
E.
. Good bar Wm. L, Clark Kaaeaa J. sjarrlngtoa I Frank 6. Jaaa
ISIaitnlsllaBliecl 18GO.
WHOLESALE
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
TfT erTer to MEBCHAWTS OSIT tha largest and beat atoek of Boota and Shoes wa
.. nave aver brouiht to this market, and which oannot be aurpaased in quality anal
stylea by any honae in this or any other oity. In addition to a complete line of Kaetera
snade good., inolading the ajEI.KBUa.TED UOOItBAK V CO. BKWUtM, wVhandla
a large and select at.ck of Custom-made Gooda for Men, Women, Miaaea and Children. Wa
earry a number of the beat makes in the country, in everv variety and style, and among
tfeemlthe wall knows lien's Calf Boots and Khoea manufactured by Oeo. Hooker for our
VvriPM Trade. .We alio carry a ohoice line of Ladiea' and Miaaea' Cnatom Kid, Goat anil
Calf Sooda, manuraetnred by Kripinndorf. Dittman a Ce. We inviU the trade to examine
our stock before buying elBowhore, and we guarantee everything we sell to give satisfaction.
To the Trade and Emokers
THE IMMENSE
GRID
REPUBLIC
Have attained, has Induced unprincipled manufacturers to place on the msrketabaae
Imitation. We nerebv caution the public that all Genuine Cigarros will bear a. HDD Seal
on each box. and our Factory Number, , Sd Wialrlrt, N. V.
The only all long Havana filler oisar on tbe market for O cents.
OrEO. p. XjZXIS cft OO.,
Factory 200, 3d District, N. Y.
MOON & JOYNEB, Wholesale Agents,
ADMBR0.&C0.l26ffMlSf
W.LDOUGLAS
I
3.00
IQ9 aTCV 1
:H3 XjTITFS mSa CO
376-7880-382-384-38o fecoii.l street, south ot Oavoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingling
MnnMlnsr, I.afh. OfiRi PonfN anil rm
J. H. DAT, W. H. 1IORTOI,
Late of J. 8. Day A Son.' Late of Moacbam A Horton.
DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
-WHOLESALE-
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Tront Street Memphis Tenn.
ST. CECILIA
NEAR NASHVILLE, TEXN.
CONDUCTED BY DOMINICAN SISTERS.
Unrivaled not only in facilities for higheit instruction in Languages, Music, Art, bnt also
in location, healthfulneaa, home oomforta and training.
TKRMS PER AMNUM-Payalile Hall in Advance-Board, Bedding, Waahing, Tuition In
Engliah atudies, French, Uerman. Vocal Musio in Class, 9KOO,
For inrHcnlnra. apply tn HU"KRIOH.
A. YACC
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nos. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
(SUCCESSORS TO ttEACHAH 4k HOBTOH
Old Stand, No. 9 Union St., Memphis.
Manufacturer of
AND DEALER IN
SEWER PIPE,
1XCE LIMIIVGS,
CHIMNEY TOt,
LAWN VASE,
tile, riai: clat.
352 mONT STREET.
Lou!syillpm SELECT V
I J W3 '''""t tr its rlaK In
SCHOOL.
COLUMBIA ATM ENHJ .!:."
"""" i""11 "a""i u.vu uu venuiiii: oo. nurarv, app.ratua and equipment! 1
,?'v,n": Thorough nd complete course of instruction. Boat advantage in Muaic, Eloc.
tion,CPa;nting, eto. No eaetarianlam. Annual Setaion begins 410HDAY. b'erit
Ibso. Price, reasonab e. XUuatraUd Catalogue tree. BU41' ""-e
F. HEYEB, Sec'y And.Xrea.
BBAR & CO
wwiimg z S'O.'.I
P0PULARITI OUR
Latest Novelties la Footwear
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
KIiKGAHT STYLES!
BVPERIOB WOBKHAHSHir
LOWEST PBICESt
AGENTS FOR TUB FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas $3.00 Call Show
In Button, Laoe and Congress.
Illnatrated Catalogue and Price-Lilt
Mailed Free on api lioaiion."SPa
PJKATT GIN CO.
Manufacturer's Agents for
Daniel Pratt Cotton Gins,
FEEDERS AND CONDENSERS,
AND
S3IILEY, SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of
Fra'f Ecltpao llnilr nina, ted
era aud win aiepatrera,
OS to 104 Poplar St., Memphis.
ava-Pratt Revolving-Head Gina nne
qualed. btook now complete. Prioes
reduced. Correspondence ana orders
olicited. Old (iina Repaired in First
elaaaMrder. AH work auftranteed.
J. W. BAILEY,
Late of Bailey A Covingtol
Somerville,
ACA
AHO & Oo
DEMY.
a.TX3
Alabama Lime.
PORTLAND CEMENT,
ltOSEl4LK CEMENT.
I.OCINVILLE CEMENT, ,
PLANTER HA It IN,
IIAIU and FIRE BRICK, Eto.
MEMPHIS TElfW.
SCHOOL V FOR V BOYS
the Ninth. IsTtwirii for Pimlnptm nr Inarlinf Tfh
in ui S.-htitiln nnd I nivfrnitlw. l.iniittsl niimbvr of iMiaritcrs, wilt
Nuprin I A flTftntHSETii. For CataloKiiP with rcfrnnrt, ihddrett
ti . lriMi.'N a .!, .iitifiT oi atth, i nm'runy oi i rrutiBi,
A. I.. MrlM.N All. Urn. him- M.ih I,.r IniTornity, LoUv)lla, K
IIOHI. FOR YOUNf
IM. 4 ulmubln. T...
Healthv T.or&tinn; llmm.
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