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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALTUESDAY. AUGUST 24, 1886.
MUEOAD HUE TABLE.
fcolrrin,?fw Oi-Imm aid TeiM K'j
LMMINNIPPI UUJT ROUTK.
ud alter May t. 186, pumni trains on
this road will run aa follow.:
.w Orleans. .....H.
With all linet entering Memphia.
-With M. N. W. K. R. lor llelena.
for Mreenville ana Huntington, and all
P-With V. k M. and V.. S. P. IUIIroada.
5- With N.. J. AC. K.K. lor Hatchet and
T For PoinU on the Branch.
6- With itearaen for Hayou Sara.
2 With railroadi diverging (or Florida,
Tea and t'oattipolnU.
J As. M. KDWAKDS, V. P.andQ.M.
A. J.K.NAI'i'.ti. P. A.
Mloolaalppl Biid TrnnmM.-Tralni
tame at tollows: New Orleans nail arrival
daily at U:iSa.m.: loavei daily at 5:00 p.m.
NewHrt Kiaud Mlsalsalppl Vil
y. Traim move ai tollown Fait Una
Laves at IOiOO a.m. I bt. Lonli fast line
laavat at 5:30 p.m. : Fat Una arrival at 1:30
p.m.! bt. Louii futlina arrive! at 9:05 a.m.
Lonlxvllle and Kjeabt-llle Tratnf
io'i af lillowe: Fait mail arrival duily at
5;lfa.in.: leavei at 10:10 p.m. i mail leavei
daily at 10:10 a.m. i arrivaa at 4:00 p.m.
Brownsville accommodation! laavat daily'
leapt Sunday, at .Vim p.m. i arrival daily,
io.pt Sunday, at 8:50 a.m. (itandard tims).
Memphis nnd I.lllle Rock. Tralni
mora aa (ollowi (central itandard tlino):
ro. 1 leavei daily at 4:0' p.m, arrival at
iVip.m. No. 3 laavei at 5:56 a.m. : arrival
al!:Wa.m. No. ft (freight) leavei Uopellold
dally (eacept Sunday) at 0:00. a.m. i arrival
Jnir Rnnte (Knsis City, rprliig
fleM nod Mempliekl Trains leave M. and
T. daiot ai follow! i No. 4, Kaniaa City ax
rraii, l.av.t at 10:45 aja.: No. 3, Kaniai
City axrreu, arrivaa at 3w) p.m. No. 2,
Kaniaa City mail, leave an :O0 p.m. I No.'l,
Kansas City mail, arrival at 8:45 a.m. No.
I, St. Louii and Chicuam Mpraw, laavei at
1:00 p.m. i Ne- 1. tit. Louis and Chica.oei-
Xran, arrival at 8:45 a.m. Ia afieot Sunday,
prll 14, llUd.
Memphis and Chnrlrawon Train!
mora a follow! I Through axpreia leavaa
dally at 10:40 p.m. Mail and exprei! leavei
daily at 1(1:00 a m. Bomervllle eooommoda
tion leavei daily, eioept Sunday, at ftiHO
.m. Through eipre. arrival daily at o:2
a.m. Mail and expreii arrival dally at KM
p.m. Somerville accommodation arrival
dally, axoept Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
Memphis, Hlrmlaitlinm and AIIrii.
tie Hollv Bprlnai Route Tralni move ai
follow! No. 1 leavai Memphii daily at 3:40
vj.m. t arrival at Holly tiitrlnai at 5:58 u.m. !
No. 3 laavei Holly Springs daily at H:00
a.m., airlv.i at Memphi. at IlilBa.m.t No.
6 leavei Memphii daily at 7:15 p.m., arrive
at Holly riprinai at 11 :4A p.m. I No. 6 leavei
n-n ' i . n . i r t
Mempnu at "Mrjajr.
For Mintimipii, Iouieiana and Arkan
mj ; fair wmllier; northerly windt; ita
For Tcxat : Fair vxathtr; variable
Hindi, generally toutherty; nearly ita
For tTetmre : Fair wather, preceded
ly local rainfin the e aitern portion ; mri
trly winds; nearly stationary temperature.
The riven will remain nearly stationary,
MmrHia. Am:ut 21, IKSrt.
Time, liar. I'nur. VViml. W'thur
7:00 u.m. 29 SI 1 4 72.0 AV. (Jlear.
11:00 H.m I
8:00 p.m. '."J.77 I 88.0 N.W. (Jlenr.
7:00 p.m P
10:00 p.m. 20.7HJV 77 0 X Ulenr,
Minimum ttiiupp.raturc, OS.
Ozone, 11 a m., 1'.
In (he Oolloa KkkIoii.
6ioiAt Servu ii, U. H.ARiir,
AiiKimt I';!, lii.Sli 3 p.m.
Dlviuioa of tfllograma and rcpoiU for
Ihe burmtit ot fomnieico uml Brionl
tnr. Ootton remon bullotin lnr the
twenty-ioii Jjonraeudinij Augubt SIM,
' g ? '' B" P3
Memphis fvS (is M
SashviDe St ti; .51
.Grand Junction... W) i;h .13
Ocrlnth t'5 08 .
Tuscumbiti Si) ti7 .21
Decatnr HI 70 .17
Hrottaboro S7 (i,"
llernan.j 00 G3 ,31
jiaieBTillo D2 71 .1(1
'Crenaiia Itl s ,-
Covintou JW H7 .00
Dyerebnrg iU US ,K!
ArlinKton M US .10
Urowusvilio W 03 .45
Mi!n !: OS M
Paria.- i'i f7 .00
Bolivar. '.it US .75
Holly HpriuK S'l US .30
Oxford M2 70 .20
Bnme 1723 I 127!) iM
Mwang I 01 07 ,2l
Daraim. . g S B" g.
5 a a a r.
Wilminnton S(i 02 .00
Charleston Ml 5H .00
InKUsta S7 0) ,0.i
Savannab SH 01 .00
itlanta SS 00 M
MontfjomBry S8 5 .20
Mobile : ( .08
New Orleauu IMi 72 .02
Galveston 07 7:1 .0:1
VifksbnrR 01 71 .14
L:ttie Rock- 9J 71 .02
Mempbia 01 07 .20
Sums... 10U S01 l.Sl
Mpana Ml f,7 .11
Jiniup T. J. Liitlinrn left yesterday
lor tr.o t.tex.
Main street c tTilay lookul likfl
nnytbing but da'.l tiuH-a.
The ja1! and a'atioa hoimo were
yisitetl by tbe grand jury yesterday.
CenMdorable improvement la to
D4 maud in nud r.iiut the (Jtia'.om
Tbe rnin Sunday tsiiibt waa a
lileflsin. 1 ne Oust was well laid and
cifiterts everywhere were well sup
plied. The police liavo eqnfeied every
thlrjc out of the darky burglar, Law-
rence, that be knowa, and tiave aunt
hi in before the prand jury.
Th? nrfrrohouaebreakerTom Law
renre bound over yeaterday to
apptar bcfcue tbe Criminal Court on
five d lforeiit counta. He waa fined
$50 in the bargain.
Licenfes to marry were Isatipd yeB'
terday to Xathan Hillman and Xanry
BuforJ, Frank Hooker and Mary Hin
tm, Henry Tbomae and Emm Smith,
16 Drown aua muuio uicicey.
Tbe well at tbe Conrthonae is now
192 feet dep. Another contractor
will (!0 to wnrk at Ihe rearvoir today,
the party who wae firet given tbo j)b
fiiliuik' to coma up to the scratch.
There weie large number of peo
ple out at KiMixh rjuudny.aad if there
wte a good railroad and hotel accom
modation! that convenient resort
would be crpwded six months In the
Judge Ellett ran half block yes
terday to catch a Poplar atreet car, and
after depoeiting bis nickel took bia
Beat looking as Trash ai a lark. Thoie
wbjp pretended to believe him too old
for election to an eight year office
should have seen the performance.
By a recent deciaion of the Su
preme Court it seems to be settled that
appeals from Probate Court be to tbo
Circuit Conrt. J ridge Kldridge said
the other day tbatthe conrt waa much
needed, and that tbe next Loftislatnre
should be asked to enlarge and dclino
The Hadden Guards, a newly or
ganized and well drilled company of
email darkies, in gray uniform, armed
with wooden guns, paraded tbe prin
cipal streets yesterday, preceded by a
tifer and two drummers, who kept well
"in the middle of fio road'' and at
tracted all the ultention tbey desired,
I hey go thiouga th various evolu
tions in first rale style, and wjuld
make excellent materinl lor an advanra
guard in a war with Mexico.
A Courtlimwe official who seemed
to know, said yesterday that when
Jndga Dubwe was sworn in ns Jndgo
of tlie Criminal Court, one of the lirdt
things he would do would be to order
tbe Sheriff not to allow any more per
sons to enter tbe conrtroo-n than
could find chairs, lie predicts that
tbe new Judge and Attorney General
Peters will get along famously, as they
brtth Beam to agree in their ideas
about how the court should ba run.
' Can't you let him off now, Jodge;
I've got $51" remarked a colored
woman yesterday as she lesnad over
tbe railing which separates President
Hadden from the pleading world.
" What's he in for?" waa asked. "For
banting me, Judge," she answered,
turning her blackened eye the other
way. "No, I've got too much regard
for you," be answered. ' He's been in
five days; -that's f 1 25. Let him sweat
about two weeks mora and then come
and pay your five nnd he'll be ao
humbleyou can club hiuiin bis turn a
Mr. II. F. Walah, Deputy Clerk
and Maatar of the ChancHry Court, has
returned from the First District of the
county, where they have baen busy
taking deponitions in regard to tlie beat
locution for theechool endowed by the
Into Wade Bolton. As Bonn as tbe
Court is able to tilt the evidence and
decide he will render an opinion, and
then the work of building will com
mence. The originol building fund
was $10,000, but, with Interest, It now
amounts to ll!),CC). Throd hundred
eoMS around the college are to be
rented for ita support, and there will
be nearly fH'D.CJO bcaidis to keep
1'eabody Hotel Stand,
Nayoao Hotel Stand.
1'lirur Palace, MO Muln Street,
Ileail(iiartera for Horace 11, Kelley A
Co'e lino Key Went clgira. The trade
supplied nt Xew York prices. Cigars
bv the box a specialty.
Dii Kennedy Jonks hss return to
Miw. I'ikkcb has returned home and
wiil reopen her studio at 72 Court
J, L. From has returned from an ex
tended KaHern trip, looking much im
proved In htnltb.
Dk. II. It. M.tritv arrived at Xuw
York Sunday n tho Uuibria. and will
be at home Thursday.
Minn Ll'na Bkiiuv bin retiirord, after
pending a delightful time iu the
1.' st among her frienda.
Mas. S. P. Corwink and lir-r sin
Harry II. returned .Saturday, nf er a
bt-'ot visit t? fricndi iu Cliinago,
Tiiomas J. BaoaAN roluraed yesior-
day from Cliicauo, where he attsnded
the Irish Xidional L?agoe Convection
as a delegate.
W. J. Huiid, general ticket and pas-
aepg. r agent of tbs Clieeaneake and
(.bio Uau'.e, hds bfeen in tbo city for
sovoiftl days pas'. ,
Dr, E. A. W'niTU and wifo were and-
denly cl!od to ll.iliv.ir, Miss., on ne-
ciuut of ttio illness ot tusir UauKiiter,
Mrs, W. T. Shtltoii.
Pat Caiu.in, of Johnson Bvriiin,
li ft lint niglit via the houiarille and
Kaflivllle railio.til on l.u annual trip
to Xew York ud lioston,
Tkof. W. S. Joxks bni returned to
the city and anyone wisliing to see
h 'in In regard to Bchool inn'ters can
find him at K'.ii Hornando atreet.
Jons EorRii. accompanied by
M S3 Alice OWeil and Miss Annie
Hoper, left hut night for Waukesha
Kprlug, Mijs , vi'iitiug country com
hie. W. A. TriKY, chief clerk of the
Peabody, left ye8terdy for Albany,
lnd , whole he hopes to recuperate
his failiDg health, Hispl'co will be
temporarily filled by Mr. W. A.
Miss Jkm. II. Weakly, cf Florence,
Ala , Is visiting friends and relatives.
She i tho daughter of (.ion. S. D.
Weakly, an old ami highly respected
cliizm nf Xoitb. Alabama. Mica
Weakly is special correspondent of the
Tuscuiuhia Sorth Alabaminn nnd other
newspapers, is a lady of talent and
her lettera ara biilliant and sparkling,
THE OHLAT SALE
FIXE 1!E1 iilaki:ts
MENKEN AD lOHPANT.
N.B. Ladies in need of
MI.H (4LUVr.ll AND MITT
Can buy them now at half price.
Whltr Knlpbnr Mrlnaa Kxraralon.
TBe Chefiipeake and Ohio route of
fera tbe public chtap excura'on tickets
Memplii-i to t"e famous Greenbrier
White Sulphur Springs, W. Va , Au
gust S!Sih and 2'.i;h, goid returning ten
days f i om aalu at low rate of $U.
Through Pullman e'eepers. For tick
elf, elteplng bertha, etc., ta'l on It. H.
Tal er, i'. and P. A , under Peib :dy
FKOM TUB PEOPLE.
Aa Olal Kcaaocrst'i Tlcwa.
To tha Xilltori of tha Appeal I
Permit one who baa voted the Demo
cratic ticket for thirty-seven years
without ever being a candidate for
office or receiving $1 of official patron
age, to tbank yon lr the editorial in
Sunday's Appeal, headed "Manufact
uring F'irebrasde." Yonr rebnke to
tbe mischief makers is timely and well
deserved. Tbe syndicate to which you
refer seems to think that if it can get
rid of men with Confederate records
old men on whom tbe people leaned
in time of need, they will have no
trouble In "bossing" the "machine."
It ia hoped the organs of the new dis
pensation will notify tho public how
old a man has to be to come under the
ban. l'or thirty-seven yeara I have
eerved the Democratic party as dule
gato to fctate, dmtr.ct and county cm
vdntioii', and if I rn too old to bold
otllce, I am too old to Kerve as dele
gito, and I would dislike to be refused
admiaftion into tbe next District Con
vention. To aave mo this inoitilica
tion, 1 want ti know if a Democrat 53
yeaia of age comes under the rule
the timo fixed ir bis retiring. In this
free country the ponple assembled in
convention have been in tbe habit of
nominating the man that suited them,
whether he be in tbe charmed circle
of aspirants or outside of it. But, ac
cording to tbe new dispensatiin
formulated by the syndicate of mis
cbiaf niukers, ua two and no mora are
to be considered in a nominating con
vention. If a candidate could not
secure a two-tbirds vote that "over
whelming public Bentiment" in oppo
sition to "dark horses" would not per
mit the convention to nominate a new
man. but force it to adjourn without
making a nomination at all. I!
either Luke E. Wright, K. J.
Morgan, J. M. Greer, Jcsiah Patterson,
Cieorge Gantt, T. B. Turley or 8. D.
Weakley were proposed as compro
mise candidates, tin y would be told
this convention wants no "nominee
with an uneeanned record,'' although
much scanned records fail to secure a
nomination. If the syndicate can kill
oil dark hordes, Confederate soldiers
and old men, tlie Democratic party
will have a '.'marhine" and new
"bofS'C." I wai told yesterday that
the war on old men had special refer
ence to Senator lahnm G. Harris in or
der to rrive place to one of the ayndi
cute. When elected four yen-s ago,
Senator Harris announced his d-tcr-miunt
on never again to be a candidate
for oilica in Tenn sse. It has been
his expectation to retire. He ha made
a faithful and eilicient Senator, but
the abuse and viliillcition of the syn
dicate organized against him may
make Irs candidacy necasrary
for bia vindication. If he should be
f ireed into the contest the rr :ult will
show that, ho has done nothing to for
feit tbe confidencs of tbe people be
hasserved faithfully and satisfactorily.
In the canvass for Congress my frieni,
the lion. James M. Harris, is placed at
great; disadvantage. A distinguithed
writer once 8:iid that "In the Kotacn
Senate Octavlus bad a parly, Antony
had a partv, but the commonwealth
hd Dime." Turner has an organ,
Phc'nn has an organ, but Harris has
rone. But thin weakness may pnsii
b!y bo Harris's ct-esgth, f'r the can
didate who owns bis org in handles
aharp edged tools. Tumer'a disgust
ing praito of himself lost him many
votes, and ludcinst from Sunday's lia
hinche another O'g'n will Boon kill off
another ownor. If Jim Harris shou'd
etrt an organ to sound his prair-e, you
will s-e that ho will never peimit
it to ollend Conftd r,it soldiers and
men who have spent their talen's,
time and money in building up a party
whesa youug olllea seeking leaders
propose to expatr'ate, throw them
overboird because: 'Tell it not in
Grtth, pulj'i. h it not in the Btreets of
Askelon," bee.nise t'tey are old.
A 0U DEMOCRAT.
Moir-ms, Augu'li), Mi),
4Joll lor New York.
to tha Editors of tlie Appeal i
Diumkm, Auuuit 20. The North Gorman
Lli'vl ftinuixhip Simla, whii'h (nileil toiUy
for Now York, took in imrt of her cargo 81,
The above is from yonr paper of to
diy. Will you explain in what abape
this gold reaclu s tlitB country and into
whose hands it paases? Would like
s iuio information as tt this procers of
fitynient cf balance of credit be' ween
orsdgn countries t'lid ouro. Y'ou will
greatly obl'gj BKAunn.
".Ketder'' sks us bforma ign
respecting gold imports, to answer
which would reiiuirrt more space than
we have at our diepmal and which he
cm best learn by icquiiing of niy
cotton buyer for export. We refer
him alsi to detiiila givuu in The Bus
iness Situation," ou the fourth page.
Me Word, Jeweler, 2!4 Main, so
licits orders from the country.
Ad. loo to Mother.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Sirup
should always be lifted when cbildien
are cutting teeth, it relieves the little
suflerers at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by re'rving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awake) as "bright as a boaon." It is
very pleasant tobmio. It kooIUos the
chifd, softens the gums, nl'.nys all
pain, relieves wind, tcgiihites the
bowels, ami is lliebcst known remedy
for dinifluen, whi'ther nriains from
teething or oilier causes. Twenty
five cei: ts a bottle.
Ml Hntlrrtrn i.H(oniKralae 10 do
Flue Watch repairing at Xnlfonl's
is bxmovco ai ran csg op cocoasixb,
And it stiiunlates and promote the
growth of tbe hair.
Rnrnntt'a Flavoring Bxtrn r tbe
SlitlNllT?rwHre Ht Mnlforii"
D.m't take any Tobacco forGravely's
unless raeh cut ia stamped "Gravely'u
Superior." Otherwise it ia i ot genuine.
A DrnffKlHa'a Mory.
Mr. Iaaao C. Chapman, druggist,
Xewburg, N. Y., writes ua: "lave
for tbe past ten yoars sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Bait am 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 bnt to praiae its virtues in the high
est manner. 1 have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happieat eftecls. I
have used it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
Uottle In the medicine closet ready for
Order ".Mnlluril Wade W ertalw.
Hnltacr'be lor tli "Appeal.
Itrood .Hares and C olts
For sale by F. A. Jor.c A Co.
Isubtcrl1e lor Ui "AppeaL"
r embody Hotel. ' '
C. B. OALLOWAT k CO -.PaorxixToaa.
Ratal 12 50 and t3 per day. aocorJiox to
lii. anil loeation of room bp.oial
R Bailer, Ky Dr Moflavock, Ark
K J Kchaiff, Mo A I Howell. Ark
CD Cavena, Ark CHl ant, Mill ...
0 W (Jravat, Tenn J II Vandeinan, Mill
fl Hcbt, Ky Mr Kimbrou-rh, Tex
J FOentry, Mill E Mutrlille, t
J Jnbmon, Ark W li l'eake, Mia
J P Parker, Wo . O II Collin, Mans
E V Shrew, Ohio ( H Loker jr, Mo
I Kllinrhficld, Ark H U Pay, Mo
A Roxe, Miaa 11 J..cr, Mo
V E Flynn, Ark W 11 lecm, La
Irank Min.nld, Mill Leon rritdman, Mala
W A Andrew., Kv li Abruru.on, La
h Fihel,wic 2 c, Sliex N K Levy, Slif
I M Dockery, Min C M Willcy, N Y
W A Jamet, Tena E 11 KobcrUon, Mita
H M I'ortor. NY T J Nuliktl. N Y
A W P.onitt. y.im II A lloujere, La
C M SiiuinoD, Ark C W Creaitle. Ky
J W fcuiith, Tenn. J l'hillii-.. Tenn
(1 Hohortrnn, Mim L i'.haiell, 'lenn
Jl N S'outelle, Tenn K.J Siuiion, Tex
A II llerliem, Tenn E C Bow.li n. Ark
K E Scott, Tean Slif bcott, Tonn
M ltiilgeway, Ky K M Maughlcr, Tenn
U B Iirton, Tenn E W Parker, Ky
E E Fuller, NY J W llucknor, Ivy
M rl Lorch, NY R W Hillman, Mie
W L Itoyd, Ky (i W Ilnnline, Ky
W S Moore, Tenn W Lnwionce, Tenn
TP Johnnton, i.nn M Wilpon. Ala
M (iahriel, Tenn E .1 sicnnlar., Ark
.! II If hind Va ' YV P Kichurd-on, Miss
N L Walkor, NO (JM li.uno. Tex
J W Joiner, Mini S K Shai-kclford,Mifi
II H Leonard, Mibi R K.Murrell, Tenn
D W oil, N x o C Cowan f, N 0
J P l'uiyinan, Tonn C P Hheihy, Tena
W L liHiiain, Tonn J B MoBride, Va
C A Sminljack, Tenn T B Yancey, Tenn
I) Heinaob, Tenn P L I'liolpi. La
Jiui Currnn, La W F Wescott, Miai
S L Peohham, Mo JKMcNairy, Ky
W A lluagen, Tena II Carney, Ohio
Mini Marv Carney, 0 Oil Inyer.on, Tenn
M S'ern 4d, Mo F M PuVal, Tenn
J V Johnaon. Mis! E J Wintin, N Y
II E Wiiherton, Miaa F Ornill. Tenn
L White, Ky J Thornton if. Mita
A I. Waitainger. Mill W 11 Klynn. Ky
Rlkiley, Ky J W Vick, Ky
R B Mhoon, Ky L Barton, Tenn
W Wood, Ky.
W. H. BINGHAM Makaokr.
Europcun plan. Enlarged and refurnished.
Price, aeeording to lira and loca
tion of rooms.
EMPortar, Ark T Stinson, J M & 8
F Fowler. Tenn K I 1'aluior. Mica
E C bwoope. Mm E W Hull, Mies
11 K Hood win, Tenn MR. L Brooks, Ark
0 P Hin on. Ark W W Jacknoii, Ark
M W I'rewett, Ark J M F Erwin, Ua
J E Hyera, T.nn B Fifher, Ky
E V Filzgerald, Miaa I Brandt, N Y
A J Adam., N Y K V Williarap. MI.
I) A MoCunller,Kna Minn MoCuDdiena, N 0
S T Chamhers, Rll J II LaKue A c, Ark
J I) Collin.. Ark
K 11 lii-luerrjr 41, Ark
C M Jacknon, Tenn
W A Joplin, Mo
O W HCorli., Ill
N i Burt, Min
O Piokung. Mis.
il B Alurrell, lenn
Mtk (1 C Bif9, Fla
11 Brnddy, Ark
A I) Ililllo, N 0
J W Coo xr. Min
I) Wirtz jeri or, Ohio
U Y laylor if, Ark t llarendu, Ky
W L Ural) hid, Tenn C Uoilnris, Mis.
J L Blakemore, Tenn M R Hurry, Ark
T Flanagan. Tenn L Ulernberirer. Tenn
Mm M B Acre, Mia J 11 Bernard, Miaa
N A Taylor k on.Miai'K V Ilomm, Tenn
II B Cullen. Tenn HS MontKoruery,Tenn
M llolden, Jlia OWynn,Ark
O U Potora, jr, Tenn M liiivin, Tenn
M Priddy, Tonn MreJ Williama Ao.Ark
Mr I F iV llannon.TenMm 11 Rodacrs Ao.Ark
W A Aleiandor.W Vull R Alexander. W Va
V (1 Dollur. Tenn A S Lindsev. Uias
J Bannernutn, Mo
il K Uondwtn. ionn
T II Hildirt, Mia.
C !? Eckatone, Mips
S D Che.'iira.kaon,Mi9l
,1 t-rhiia, Miaa
1 V Vauht, Mill
I). F Cheara, Mi.-!
W Lociao, La
K T Duckert, Ln
BPSalatich Aw, La
L F Sivian A w. La
Min M Ward, Ky
P 11 Co in r ton, La
M K Mitchell. Miaa
J B Walion, Mia
v iienaiey, La
II Be.uioroa. La
F J Wirort, La
II S rett. La
Mrs J B Pace, La
J W Littie, Ky
A M Wynn,wA-3c, Mi!l
II II ( ace, Ark
C W Flowers, Miaa
J u i-nite, lenn
u B Jones, tenn
TN Rhode., wic.Miea U YVStockwell, Mlia
C F Wriuht. Tenn
A llarrv. Mia
8 Mnrtindale, Toon
A M Vounti, Trim
.1 L P;iver A w, Ark
W B .louoa, Tenn
.1 M Dunciin, city
S Campbell, 111
.1 II Kendall, Ark
J 11 Weaver, Tenn
11 J Pcttrnn, La
J PunfrecUon. La
J 6 Fitdinr, Tenn
B Fllond, Ark .
Mra S Privor, Ark
E C Munxon, Tex
A L Lowanxtein, Tenn
A W M"e, Mo
E A White, La
J Frovenzuno, La.
The New tJnyoio.
FAURINOTON, STEWART A WUITE,
Rates, (2 SO to f I per day, according to loca
tion of rooms.
J B Domard, N Y Mm Tntura A3c, Tes
WAKllia, Ala A (Jrillin, Ala
J (i Cooper Aw, Miss W T MoUrni-ken, Miaa
I.Loeb, Misa M Breinrlc.Teiin
L l'rouadnlejr, Tenn MrE Fnltheu.T'ex
L'haa Meyer. Ohio W Donald.-'on, Ohio
I U Van Ara del, Ohio J S Lowi, 'lenn
li Moniaon, Mo !S Kirkmun, Ala
I W Fuuua, Mia 11 T .Mitchell, Ky
it Lljurlcj-, N X T Downey, Mo
Y B IludtuQ, Mo A Lnn, Tenn
S hobinnon, Ohio AV ! Key, Mnai
I S (iiibaney, Ala O U Moulin, Ala
J II Millhouic, Tonn A M Dirragb, Tena
U CSnntollc, Tenn, A.I Hninrs, Mo
A A (freer. Mo J K Wolf, N Y
(i 3 Arnica, NY D K Fisher, Ohio
A Jooider, SIo J W llickn an, N Y
A TBernea, Mich R I.cstcr. Kv
W W Wood, Ky AVmUay, city
S Xacnua Jtw, Miss II 1' Scott, Ark
Z T Hiirria, Tenn A C Bunt, Kansai
J L Smith, Ark Col N (Jreg iry. Ark
S (i Mnrahull, Mo 1 W U illinnif. Kaa
L R Aiwool, Ky T 1' Powers, Min
(i F Panforth, Miaa J Miirtin, Miaa
( Thorroll, Mis. J U Webb, Ky
Mra Early, Tenn AV E Love, Tenn
(1 I Mooro, Miji C H Foote, Mo
W S l'erkina, Ohio 11 Whipple, Ky
R II Stinaon, Ky C A Tonn kiiu, Ky
R BHpencor, Ohio C L Hheltmi, u
S A HarenJ. Mo L E Jacluon, Mo
S B Hancock, Miaa T E Hush. Miaa
III) lloleiuiin.Misa ri (i Fisher, Ark
R E Cowun, Ark Oco Pom hiss, Ark
S T Martin, Tenn H 1, llut er, lenn
R L Edwnrda, Tenn (1 MontRomory, Ala
A M Williama. Ala CT Laurence, Ky
J L Iludaon, Tcua B I' Brooks, ihtt
S L Hailoy, Visa Alt Curtis, Mo
R BScru.aa, Mo JUWalker.Mo
1) K Spencer, MIbb R .1 Siuipaoi, Miaa
J S Hughe, Ark 11 J Patterson, Ark
0 J Parkin, Ark J M It ed. Mies
J L Cooke, Tenn Fr.mk Crump, Tenn
J 11 Stewart, Turn ULUurly, Miaa
Dnlly'a Knropenu Hotel,
Corner of Aduini and Main atroeta. Rooms,
f3De, 70e and f 1 par day : American Pluu,
W per day.
Fir.t-c'aaa Restaurant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY U years with Peabody Hotel)
J II Snyder, L AV S Hivyr.oa, Tonn
Mra .Vo'.raryA tc.Ark C A Uonallon, Tenn
RP llnrria. Icon KStuher, Ky
A de R ae, Ky 8 A Allen, Tenn
RLJonea, Ark J TCassitj , Ky
AV W Kr.ell, Ky M Mrks, Mo
A W ParniUKh, Tenn C llailev. Ark
.) U.irviii, lnd A Uickinaop. Ark
E W Francisco, Tenn P M Morri., Teun
8 II llonrv.Tcnn 1 Edmun.li Aw. Mo
J Yarachsky, Miaa AV C ('haiub.rlin, Mita
R S M-rh, Tonn .
P IMu'd ion, Miaa
AV B Roae, Ark
PC Adama, Mo
HO Miller, Miaa
0 O Wilaon, Ark
E L (loodman, Tonn
J Freely. Ka.
A W Penninnn. Ark
M J Klck.rds. N Y
R A Wa'ker, Tex
C .N Ilrown, Mir.
P J Mamiun, Ark
J A hhlne, N'iss
C M Panning, Tex
J B llayr, Tenn
J M Carter. N J
Miss K Mul loon, Mia.
W M Alexander, Ark
II T Adams, M
A A Tutnul, Tenn
M It Davis, Ark
J M Payne, Tex
T J Malcolm. Tenn
C M Cooper, Tdnn
11 W Abel, Mo
R J Walker, Tex
AV M Frayacr, Tenn
B M Lcwiira iw. Mo
A I. llnrtlet, Mo
T M Tillia, Tex
AV R Kobcrta, Miaa.
Niw Orlbans, Auiiist 23 Night-
Arrived: Annie P. tiilver, St. Louis,
PiTT'nuKo, Pa., Angus' 23. Night
Rivir I'i inches on tbe gauge and lull
ing. Woather warm and raining.
VHKi.iNQ,W.VA.,Augmt 23 Night
River 3 feitJ inches ou the gauge and
falling. Weather cloudy and warm.
Cincinnati, O., Anguat 23. Night
River 12 feet riinches on the gauge and
stationary. Weather croudy and warm.
St. I-octs, August 23. Night R'ver
fa'len 6-10 inches, and stands ? 3 10 feet
on the gauge. Weather cloudy and
(O lor. No arrivals or departures of
LotiaviLi.i,KT.,Aunuit 23. Night
River rieinir, with 0 feet 0 inches in tbe
canal and 4 loot 4 inches on the falls.
Buaineaa dull. Weather cloudy, damp
and ccol. Arrived : Deco'o, Memphis.
Cairo, August 23. Night River 9
feet 2 inches on the gauge and rising.
AVfjithcr clear and warm. Arrived:
Pelle Meinohis, Vickaburg, 3 p m.
Departed: IJtllo Memphis, Memphis,
4 P '"'
lio to Knilr-tn A l.acomanlno for
yar flnuibluK "U Wna-t UUnK
JAMES C. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN..
MANDFACTDRERS AND JOBBERS
t" SPECIAL PRICES tc Itiiilronil ant Lcree Contrndora for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness.
Between & Betwixt
Too Early for the Fall Too
Late for Summer.
Hints How to Save Money.
svwr It If between aeaaona ia tha elothini
trade. Tha demand tor summer roods ia
now over, and 'invert are Dot ret thinking
of fall goodi.
The Miifit Clothint Parlor, 2(12 Seeond
treot, do not believe in dull aeaaona. Goodi
can alwayi be lold, provided pricei ara
placed low enough. Tha war to do business
li to do it. It trade ia dull force it. That'a
what we now propose doing-. Of course we
still have roods on band which we do no
care to e&rry over. Now we propose to .ell
these froodi. How? Why, by soiling them
much lower than they cost ui.
1I4KGAIXS TO SNAP AT!
Medium-AVeight SuiU-Juet tha Thing!
for Fall AY ear.
Light-ATeUht Bults-Below Cost.
Fine Medium-Weight Panta earr'ed from
Heavy-AVeight Panti for Winter Wear
at Half Winter Pricei.
A General Clearing Sale.
We Intend to sell all our present stock be
fore our Fall Goods arrive. Now la the
chance to aeoure great bargains. It will pay
you to atock ip now with the Suits and Pants
you may not need until the fall. Fall will
toon be here, and what you can lave now
will be a lucky inveal ment.
M'KI I!. NOTlt'E-Oddi and Ends of
Suits, and Odd Coats and Vesta, at remarka
bly low prices.
Misfit Clothing Parlors,
262 Necoud Street,
Opposite t'onrl Sqnnre Hempbla.
ir Open Kvanluffa nutil 7 ) Bntnr
nrilnja, until II,
CB-All alterations to Insure a perfect fit,
done free of eMrsro.
IevllrI Vrnba, Slirlmii,
Knlmou, 1'reaU t'nu Slnckerrl,
Ilrook Trout, Oysters,
Markerrl In Toronto t'atunp,
Hvreot Mnllcd Pickles,
Kunr Plvklcabj tbeal. and Injara,
Pickled Oniona, Hot Kellab,
Wooater Snucc, 'louinto t'alanp,
4'aper, Mnatnrtl, Cnrry Powder,
Naiad l.rfsaluc, OIItcm, Olive Oil,
Crraiu Cliceae, ..Iclcry Snc,
Celery Salt, t.c , Klc.
J. F. BUCKHA5S &.CO,
SHEA MCCARTHY, rropr'8,
HO, U2, 1H Front, Memphis.
ONB0H11S LkZi KM BOILER eUOPt
ia the Honth, and the only oouiplett
rtoiter aad 8naet-Iron Wi-rko in theeity.
MannrJtctnrera of bavy plate iron
rort of evrr deiMjriptlon. Bpaolal
attewtv riT.w ta ni.Tit.tlon work-
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
finr-nrtart and deatnrt tn Unas, mra.
nliton and t'llla Tackle, BxUrtfre'
lUntware. t.lecirla Helta and An
nnneialwrator Hotel, and Residencies, S0
Halu atreet, Nrmphls, Ten. Eleotrtc
uppliea alwayi on hand. Repairing neatly
IM POUTER AXD DEALER IN
Onus, Animnnltlon, Flalilrij TacVlf
and Itase-Iiall Hotwla.
WnOLKSAUB AND RKTAIL
92 a Main Street, Meinikl, Team
Manufacturing and Repairing oi Sunt a
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
a IS Mala St., Meiupbls, Tem
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
TUBE PAIXTS, CASTAS, Etc.
Importer and Daaler In
Gum, Plablna; Tackle aart Kporle
men's Supplies, war (Special attention
given to MANUFACTURE and Bii
413 Main N(.,5Ieunhls,Tfnu
Jamca H. OooJbar Hra. L, Clark Engene I, Carrlnicton Frank O. Jooa
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
J B offer to aKKCUAHTia OHI.T the largest and belt stock of Coots and Shoet wf
VV have aver brouckt to thia market, and which cannot be surpassed in quality ana
ttylet by any house in Ibis or any other city. In addition to a complete line of Eastern
made good, inoludinatha tKLCBtlAIKD ClOOUBAR A CO. BKOWAftfl), wehandl
a larta and select stock of Custom-made Goods for Men, Women, Misxei and Children. Wa
oarry a Dumber of tbe best siakni In the country, in everv variety and style, and among
themltbe well known ll.n'a Calf Boot, and bhoea manufactured by Oeo. Ilocker for our
Spring Trade, we alio carry a choice line of Ladies' and Misses' Custom Kid, Ooat and
Calf Goods, manufactured by Knppendorf, Dittman k Ce. AVe invite the trade to eiamina
our stock before buying elaewbere, and we guarantee everything we soli to give satisfaction
.- IH AM A CO. j '
LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE,
No, 321 Second Street Memphis, Teun.
trPlne Btook.-w srHtylisli Turuoutn.-ii
"TIIE STAxD.4RD OF THfa WORLD."
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STILES, $25.00 AM) UPWARD.
SJrTERMS Cash, or easy Monthly Installment!. Write for Illustrated Catalogue. -
O- XLC.. UOUCKL wSj OO.
SOLE AO EN fS FOR THE SOUTHWEST.
3Jo. OOO 3M.1 St., IVIotnplil m, Tonn,
). IU Union Street, Xanhvllle. So. 11UU Olive etreet, St. Eoalfi
awpi - 1 1 1
And Commission Merchant?,
ff oa. 34 and Matllson street.
rt r r t
SHOE w m
J. S. DAT, W. H. IIORTOI,
Lata of J. 0. lu k Son. Lata of Moachuin A Uorton.
DAY, HORTON & BAILET,
GROCERS AF!D COTTON FACTORS,
360-3S2 Front Strefit Mempliis Tonn.
Sxcceeson to FOOTER, TATL0S A CO.i
va. joo rRoirr steeet. i i Memphis- teivTK
(SUCCESSORS TO M
Old Stand. No. 9
XEAIt NASHVILLE, TEXX.
CONDUCTED BY DOMINICAN SISTERS. '
tlnrivaled not only in faciliiici for highest instruction in Languagci, l!uiio, Art, but also
in location . henlthfnln.M, home comforts and trawning. .,,,
TKKMb Pi:R ANM'M-Payahle Half in Advance Board. Bedding, A oihlng, Tuition 10
English studies, French, Germnn, Vocal Music in Class, ,".
Fur particulars, apply to bl:PER10K.
F. METER. Sec'y and;rrea.
Latest NGveSti&3 in Footwear
FOR SPRING ASP SUMMER.
KliEGANT STTIJKS! '
AQBNT3 FOR T11E FAMO0S
W. L. Douglas 13,00 Calt Shoes
In Button, Lace and Congreat.
Illnttrated Catalopue and Price-Lit)
Mailed Free on ati lic'-ion.-vo
PUATT GIN CO.
Manulacturcr't Agents for
Daniel IMatt Cotlou Gius,
FEEDERS AND CDSDESSER8.
SMILEY, SMITH afc CO.,
Tratt Ecllp.c Iimicr tJIsis, Ttitl
ers aul t.lu IK-palrcr.
98 to 104 l'oplar St., Moniphls.
iwrPratt BevolFinir Hend Oins une
quiled. btock now complete. Price,
reduced. Cnrre!i'ondnce ana oniert
. oliciled. (Jld iin Repaired in Kirst
' 1h, iirdpr. AM wti-V cnnrnnleed-
J. W. BAILET.
Lata of Bailey A Covingtoal
LOCATED AT FARMOAI.E P. O., fKANHMBI CO.,
six miles Irom Frankfort, Ky., opens 42d Annual Kcsiion
September 6, 1SS6, under more lanrable auspices than
lor twenty years. The (Superintendent end Faculty give un
divided attontion during all houn of every day to the gov
ernment and instruction of the pupils, all of whom are or
ganized into one family. Before placing your son elsewhere,
tend fur Catalogue and Circular of Information to
KIIBT. I. AI l.l: Wnperlnlemleut.
. W. MACBAE.
EACH AM HORION'
Union St., Memphia.
IS 0 -Br? a ito a n
Mi m Mmmtmrn