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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.: THURSDAY. AUGUST 26. 18S6.
BIBOD TIM TABLE.
&Mirin,irw Orleans ..4 Teiai S'
Uld attar Star X. 1SHB, PUHUBI (TUBS OB
win run aa ioho.
1 With all linei entering Memphis.
f-Witn H. A N. W. K. R. (or Helena.
C-f or Greenville aad Huntington, and all
p-With V. k M. aad V., 8. P. Rallroadi.
1-Wtth N.( J. AC. B. tt. lor Hatches aad
f-Tor Point on the Branch.
-With lUimtn tor Bayou Sara.
With rallroadi diverging lor Florida!
Tevaa and Coaatlr.olnta.
JAB. M. KDWAKDS. V. P.andQ.
Mlealetpl an Tenneaeee. Train!
Bore ai follows i New Orleans mail arrival
dally at 8 :2S a. in. I leaves daily at & :U0 p.m.
RewfMtrl Bfewa and Sflaalaslppl Val
or. Trains move as tollowii Yeit 'In
Itim at 10:00 a.m.: bt. Louis fait lira
leave! at 5:30 p.m. ; Fait lint arrive! at 1 :3i)
p.m. i St. Louli fait line arrival at 9:0fi a.m.
Lonlevllle and Maalivllle Train!
reve aa follow! : Fart mail arrival daily at
:lti,a,l laavaf at 10:10 p.m.) mall leavoi
gaily at 10:10 a.m. arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brownsville accommodation laavai daily'
aioept Sunday, ato:00p.m.t arrival dally!
aioept Sunday, at S :50 a.m. (itandard time),
enaphla and Little Born. Tralm
fiove aa follows (central itandard tint):
o. 1 laavai dally at 4:20" p.m, I arrival at
66 p.m. No. S laavai at 5:M a.m. I arrival
etSiWe.m. No. 6 (freight) laavai Hopefleld
dally (aioept Baoday) at 6:00. a.m.) arrival
at 7:10 p.m.
Salt Bente (Raaene City, irlua
Idaad MempUtal-Tralns leave M. and
1. dapot ai followi : No. 4. Ktniaa City ei-
Pn, laavai at 10:46 aja.: No. 3, Kama!
y express, arrival alTin p.m. No. i,
Diaa City mail, l-wtXaafi :00 p.m. I No.ll,
niai City mail, erriveWt :(fi a.m. No.
It. Loali and ChioMrtapraM, laavai at
:00 p.m.) No. 1, St. IxaiV and Chlcagoex-
Xr.ii, arrival at 8:46 a.m. la affact Sunday
prtl 18, llWo.
Hnmphli aad I'harleofon Tralni
Jiove a followl : Through axproil laavai
ally at 10:40 p.m. Mail and axpreii laavai
ally at 10:00 a m. Somarvill sooominode
tion loavaa dally, eroept Sunday, at di30
.ro. Through eipreai arrival daily at5:2
a.m. Mall and aipraii arrival dally at 11. :00
S.m. Homervllle eooornmodatloa arrival
ally, axoepl Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
Mritnpbl, Birmingham anil Allan
In Uolly Spring! lloote Tralni mora at
fallow! 1 No. 1 laavai Mampbii dally at 8:45
p.m.i arrival at Unlly Sitringi at 5:M p.m. I
iio.3l.aves Holly Springs dully at 9:00
a.m., arrival at Memphis at 11 :15 a.m. I No.
t laavai Memphii daily at 7:15 p.m., arrival
l Holly ctprlngi at 11 p.m. I ao.w leaves
our npriDKi o.iij m miiu b.hi. anim v
uipnti atM a.m.
For Louiniana and Terat : Southern!
trly winiU; ttighlly warmer.
Fur Arkttntat : IakoX raint; touthfatt
trlywindt; ilitjhtly warmer.
For Teimeme : Fair weather, except
in the extreme weitcrn portion; local taint;
latterly windt; nearly ttationary UmperO'
For Friday: Fair wtalher it indicattd
for Keiu England.
The riven will remain nearly Motion
MurHH, Tn Augint l'.
II IIIIMI I
Tliiio. liar. Tlier. WTucnV'thur
'"7:00 a. m. 119.022 71.0 K. LtKaln
B:0 p.m. 2U.02:t S3.0 . B.E. Fair.
7:l0 p.m I
10 :00 p.m. 20 Oiu: 78 0 8 K. Clondy
Maximuui ttiiuperuturu, Wi.
Minimum temperature, 71.
Oione, 11 a.m., 3.
In 4ha Owtioa Kaclnn.
Signal Sbrtick, TJ. H.Army, 1
AnRust 26, 1880-5 p.m. J
DlvlHion oi telegramo anil reportfl for
thd benefit of commerce and nricn 1
tnra. Cotton rsion bullntiu for the
twenty-four hour, ending Augiint 25th,
at 5 o'clock p.m.
kbmphis Dia- S 5 S 2 2.
UemphlH... Ml 71 .18
Bashvllle ML M .82
Omnd JunclioQ... 8(1 UN .in)
Corinlh- 8i 11,1 M
Itucnmbia 8S tiJ .m
Datnr 01 0 .01
Hcotwooro Bi (17 .
Barnando 82 7 .42
Hateaville 82 73 .07
Covin iitc d.. 85 (10 .41
DfrBbarR.M 8!l d ,r
Arllnutoa Hl 7 .ill
BroamBviile 84 M M
Mllau NS dt 1.15
Farm 85 fill .S5
Bolivar .. 8"i (is ,:'.il
Holly Kprinifd 8(1 (!! .13
Otford 8U 72 .22
Hnma lr.M 121(1 5.03
Mi-ana N! IIS .'.'8
fITminirton 03 7 .('0
Chrlslpn 03 Ml .00
Auoista 02 01 .CO
Bavjinunh 03 72 .
AlUnta. 80, li' .('2
MooUomerr 00 71 .01
Mobile 8 70 .02
New OrWu 82 I'.'l .31
Oalveaton 07 74 M
Vlcksbura; 8 ft 70 .15
Uttle Kotk 87 70 .14
Mempb!e 8 0 -8
Puma 1070 B:; 1.04
Mnn NX 70 .00
Comparallv .! Ralafall.
lists (01'ov.irjg ii tba niinfa 1 ia the
eot on belt rg;oa ;
Ann. 21. ''. Aut. 2il, "So
Hooih AtUn lc 8.atw....0.0 0.70
FatGalfHa'es 0 87 OAS
Weal olf Stat. 0 35 0.27
Oaio Vallry aud Toxin. ..0.81 0.70
AveuaeforDist 0 62
For TennoMoo alono tbe
amount ia for
Knoxville 0 61
Kashville 0 00
Average for Tenn-
MtPHlfl,TNt., Aujustll, 1SS.
Acid Iron liarth Compnnyt
Gk.stlkmkm I am pleased to be able
ti c"ily the woiti of the Extract
Add Iron Earth. I as reeenty de
bil:tm.d bv an attack i f fever, aud at
the fame time was dyspeptic. While
in this condition 1 commenced the use
of A.iid Iron Kar.h, and after taking a
botile I am asain Btrodg and no longfr
1rou'j!ed with dvapoptio, I feel n
lieeit.mey in rf ciimwndipc it.
JAUK3 C. OATUINiiS. M.I...
Jndga Wood baa not yet acted in
the Mamhalahirjjnatter aubmittad to
him by Judge Hammond.
The latest addition to the rojrues'
Ealle'T ia the photograph of the noted
ooeetreaker, Tom Lawrence.
The old Library Bnilding ie be
coming more of a nuisance, eo far aa
ita occupants are concerned, ayery dy.
All the prisoner, in the jail, eleven
in number, were arraigned yesterday.
They will be tried Mouday and Tnea.
The Louisville. New Orleans and
Texas railway excursion lo Clarks'lale
nut Sonday will be a very pieisant
Llrenfcs to msrry were is'ntd
yea'erday to Henderson Ross and Lue
Armiatcad, Lee Uieen and Bettie
A big company of bill posters
arrived lart oigbt and will at occe
proceed to paior, the town red with
Barnum's show bills.
No suppMtition stout the Demo
cratic Committee. The have settled
on Friday as the day for nominating a
csndidate for Congress.
The ceiling of the Peabody Hotel
rotunda has been handsomely adorned
by a fresco artist of sufficient ability
to make bis reputation on canvai.
The work is worth a walk of several
blocks to see.
The Mempbi. City Railroad Com
pany is making active preparations to
relay ita track, on Beale from Desito
to Liuderdale street with Jobnton
tails. A big lot has been ordered and
may arrive at any time.
Capt. J. B. Franklin, of the Mem
phi, and Little Rock road, was in the
city yesterday looking after a cafe
against the Accident Insurance Com
pany. Ilia foot, which wis badly in
jured in an accident ssmo time since,
is well enough now to enable him to
dispense with a stick.
Tho steamer Oily of Now Orlean",
on her next op trip, w ill carry students
for 8t. Vincent's College, Cp Gir
ardeau, Mo., nnder the care of the
llev. Thomaa J. Weldon, O. M., who
tarried in our city for a few days on
his wsy South. He expecls to take
some Memphis boy. a'ong with those
from Texas, Lonisvllle, Misirippi
and Arkaneas. Father Weldon leaves
New Orleans on Fridiy, August 27ia.
Peabody Hotel stand,
Hayoio Hotel Stand,
Clirar 1'ulacfl. It 10 Main Street.
Headquarters for Horace It. Kelley &
Co 'a line Key West cigars, ine iruue
.applied at New York prices. Cigars
by (he box a specialty.
I. SAMKLS0N A CO.,
"Sam Mook lias returned frsm Bt
A. Am.ER returned yesterday from
Louis Rbigls and wifo returned yes
terday from a trip to Chicago, Mil
waukee and Niagara Falls.
A. G. DiiNNts and wife have gone to
Morchead City, N. C. He lies been
qnlie ill, but is recovering.
II. (4. Colktabt, of the Mississippi
nod Tennessee railroad, hai returned
from a trip to the niouu'.ain. of North
J. K. and Misi. Flkbhe Goom.ktt
left Inst nliiht for Nashville .nd Mont
eagle. Thoy will spend tho remainder
of tlie lioaieu term ac uie mi er piace.
T. II. Bahry. a member of the Ex
ecuttve Board of the Knights of Labor,
is in the city in tho interests of the
order. He will speak to the Knights
in mats meeting betore ce returns to
A plkasakt oinnanv cDnvened at
the residence ot Dr. Deutech yestnr
dav evonlnc. and woro handsomely
eniert.tinnd by the Doctor nnd hia
wife. lViiuhtful music was dis-
coursed, lo the del-rta ion of the com
pany. Tlie gniwn weio reirtHUMi
Willi di'lig itiul enxn ar il dlimoun nlil
wine. Among the (KU'kta w. re ur,
Rotii.o t. wifrt en I dmuhtor; Cul.
L;nu ev, Dr. E. Frantva aud Dr. Ku
qua. Dr. Dotiteh fooii leaven our cily
u (ae up Ilia rtidet ci in the city of
Little Ho k, Ark.
Tiia Uv. H. A. .Tore', pastor of tho
Camliland I'r.abyianau UixiTh, re
lnrnrl vestoiditv I'rom a delightful
trip to Ki g'and, so mtvib improved in
iieHiin anu spintr) u at nia coi gieH'
t,cn will not I e.rtuku him his vara
lion when he resumes active charge of
the wo x in wh vi ite has been so anc
iwln! in M"iiili . No paetor in the
r.l'y ei'j'iVH t a t;r nter extent the lovo
aud HHU'ein of Ii;h liork and his iullu-
pnee fur good bat lietm feltbeyond tho
nrelo c rcuuiei'iibed by his large ana
ii tliienttnl nieninorthip.
Tuk follow ins Iftdie.? and gent'omen
ldl vratiidav for KrianCroint to wit
nee the great luveball game between
the a'.enuier l.ce im! lMars I'oint club"-;
Tnev will retnin today: W. lxns, I
Millor, .1. L. Mml.eas, Frank (Snow
den. Thus. Wilcox, Mr. Morrison,
C. B. Atiiiutus. t.has. Mayer, J. U
Count rs,C. liatberer, E. Collins. R.
Hammond. Mr. Hiltuii, Mr. 8chilley,
wilt and (laughleis, MiFBcs Grlahon,
Josh' and Ida Wilbur, Hanoy, Piagglo,
,Tk Wa'sh, wife and daughter, Misses
Cradoy, Wa'eli, Kubach, Mrs. Itubscb,
Mrd. bwcunnger nnd Mies wneannger,
Tm T.nn!avil1i w Orleann and
Texa railway will rnn an excursion
from Mouiphls t-i Clorksdale, MIbi., on
8undav, August 20. h, for wbi'e peo
ple ouly; l 60 for the round trip, in
cluding dinner. Special train will
leave Miss;HMprl ana Tennessee depot
W a w ciuva n.iu., reiuruiiiK ni ic-nvu
Mumptits at i o'clock p.m.
K. II. HAUHV, JR., Tail. Agt
Monoitram lla n glen Mulford.
Oo to Knllx1ci A a.aBvaiaralao far
To Our CiiNtonicrs.
We have juit received large lino
cf aample. of piece good, from tho
great tailoring IioiiBe ol
JOHN WAN AMAKEB.i
and our comprnboDsivo and liberal
guarantee enables the customer to
order from an .gent without risk of
anv sort, and aa it cannot cost the cus
tomer anything whatever, if he is not
ratlstied with the clothing ins money
will be relnnded at once. Frlcea ex
tremelr low for first clas work.
TU03. RANDOLPH CO., Aon.
No. is Wot Court itraat.
Moirord, Jeweler, 294 Main, 0
Helta orders from the coantry.
Hot HatifHiaralk a.aa-onaaralna tad
Don't take any Tobacco for Gravely'a
unlaaa each cut is slumped "Gravely.
.Superior." Otherwise it is not genuine.
Solid Ml vervVMre at Mulfortl'a
It rood Mart' hikI CoIta
For sale uy F. A. Jones & Co -
Order "M ullortl Mutle SleJal
B, LO IF EX STEIN A KKOS
DRY GOODS BULLETIN.
40 pieces beautiful Figured Linen
Lawna, choice patterns, worth
25c. Owing to the late arrival
will close them out at
12Jc FER YARD.
70 pieces light and medium Sum
mer Print?, all standard gcods,
none better in the market. Will
close them out at
5o TER YARD.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
We will place on sale TODAY an
entire new line of Housekeepers'
Goods, our own direct importation.
These we believe to be the best val
ues yet offered. The price, we name
below are extremely low for the
quality of the goods, and no house
keeper should lutes these excellent
100 dozen all liren Glass Towels,
fringed, 38 inches long, worth
II 50. We place them on sale
tl PER DOZEN.
SOdczinall linen White Napkins,
d border, sine 18x18, fully
worth SI 50. This lot we have
marked to sell TODAY at
II PER DOZEN.
One lot Crochet Quilts, fall eW.
worth 1, have been marked to
.ell TODAY at
20 pieces all linen unbleached
Table Damask, 68 inches wide,
splendid value and worth 75c
by the case. TM. lot has been
marked to sell TODAY at
, 50c PER YARD.
15 piece. Turkey-red Daniaek, war
ranted last color., bcotch goods,
full 68 inches wide, worth 65c.
This lot has been marked to
Bell TODAY at
40o PER YARD.
100 grofs white Tearl Drera But
5o PER DOZEN.
II. LOW EXSTEIX at DUOS.
Dr. C. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
P. M. Stanley, funeral director aud
embalmvr, 65 Madison streut. i
G. W. Mili.xh A Co., Patent Asbestos
Flro Proof Roofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofd. No. 55
Thb Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonlaand antl-pariodis inown. A oartaia
and inra euro for chilli, frioall par bot
tla. Hon 'I itnispi (or airoulan. Any rof
aranne vixen. Addran John 0. llooliar,
Tub edition of the Appeal on the
1st of September will be the largest
ever printed in the city. It will go to
nearly every one who buys goods or
sells tot on in Memphis. Every busi
ness house should be represented in
Angostura Bittkrs. tho world fre
nowncd apnetizsr and iuvigorator, im
part, a delicious flavor to all drinks
and cure, dyspepsia, diarrhtva, fever
and aguo. Try it, but boware of coun
terfeits. Ask your grocer or druggist
for the genuine Angostura, manufac
tured by Dr. J. G. B. Siegort A Soup.
Tua wasting diseases of infants and
children are by no meana confined to
an insnllicient supply of food. The
trouble is that the food is injudiclone
ly .elected, and the limited digfstlve
power of the child is unable to ai
Bimilate it. Mellin's food, when pre
pared according to the directions,
forms the best substitute for mother's
milk that has ever been proiuced.
Studies at St. Agnes Anademy will
be returned on Monday, the fth of
September. As an incentive to the
industry of the pupils, a handsome
gold watch nrenuted bv Mr.Tavlor aa
the "Maggie Kullln Memorial Pre
mium" will be awarded to the young
lady boarder who, having attained her
fourteenth year, lias excelled in all
echcol duties and requirements.
Cocaink, Iodoform or Mercurials
in any form in the treatment of ca
tarrh or hay fever should be avoided,
as thev are both injurious aud danger
ous. Iodoform Is easily detected by
its offensive odor. The only reliable ca
tarrh remedy on the market today ia
Ely's Cream Balm, being free from all
poisonons drugs. It has cured thou
sand, ot acute and chronio cases,
where all o'her remedies have failed.
A particle i. applied into rich nos
tril ; no pain ; agreeable to use. Price
60 cents ot druggists.
Wt are pleased to note the progress
iva spirit of 1-auderdale Institute, Rip
ley, Tenn., nnder the management of
Trt fs. Randle and Cheek. Over 200
. L 1 1 w 1 V O luiuuiva ,mw iliv pnvii.a v. .u
library ; an extensive assortment of ap
paratus nus tne lauies ana snoives oi
the laboratory ; mart and chart, orna
ment the walls, and one ot the richest
museums of scientific epectmen. and
curiosities, all neatly mounted and la
beled, in large case, with glass fronts,
attracts the attention of ita nupils and
visitors, white its course of etudy is
eminently neetul and practical.
It BIM0VID BT TBI OS1 OF OOC0ASIXI,
And it stimulate, and promote the
growth of the hair.
Bnrnetl'i Flavoring Extract, ara th.
KESKEX A5D COMPANY.
Wa concluded not to pack away
any spring and .uinmerca'icoe., ao
we offer the tntir. lot today
At 8e a Taid-8c.
Yon all know the regular price
is7ic None sold at th:s prire to
dealers. They will not b offered
aay other time at 3c, ouly tocay.,
It hat a Cent H1U UujI
SAVE 1HE PENNIES !
One cent will buy ladies' linen
collars; also culls. Some are old
stylo and some are soiled, but the
wont ia worth at leaaf ten times
w hat we ask.
lc Just One Cent lc.
In the same sale and at the came
counter (center a'sle)
5000 piece, of velvet ribbon (cot
ton silk finish) in black, blue,
myrtle, wine and cardinal
At le a Yard-lc.
Price was f 1 a piece of 10 yards.
From half inch to an inch and a
half wide, In all colors, at lc a yard.
Foley', gold pens, the retail
price of which is 12 50, we will sell
them ' .
TODAY FOR 75c EACH.
Also 24 ehoeU ot good note pa
per for 5c. Just think of it 1 Five
cents a quire of 24 sheets ; less than
15 of a cent a sheet,
MENKES AND COMPANY.
HOTEL Alf RIVALS.
The Nan avoo.
FARRINOTON, STEWART A WHITE,
Ratal, 12 80 to W iwr day, acoordin. to loca
tion VI roomi.
OWInnton.MiM T B Slmi, Tenn
U 8 Clura, Chioago JSLocka, NY
Mr Abernailiy, Mill K M Jarliion, Ky
WJifk.Tenn E II Conner. Ark
M ATlmothv. Tann CC Maud. Pa
Mlu L Abarnathy.ToiMipi K Abernatby.Toi
,T A 11H11BUUI, IU1IIB Hi Villi"!, Dl IIUUII
T Downay, Mo (i VI Ware, N Y
KWUooi, La C L Crawley, Ky
iLWjcoir, Ky JOKandriok.Miis
T M Larkio, tit LouliCJ Auatin.Tens
MimS U Vmr.TnnJ O Iihvif. Teun
W Farauion, Tana B 11 Willlauiion, Mill
r (! Brown, ta U Haabourn, umo
P K llitvii. Mi. i R Fink, Term
T Kiilfirlr, Pa P Jamea, Tenn
JO Uuihong, Tex A L stroeter, Tann
W 11 lloaan. Mini E II French, Ala
Sam Wolf, Tenn J L Siinuinni, Mies
M L Mnynnrd, Mill O R Kearm, Va
Jno M Duaan, Ark D T llnrrolj. Mini
J U Hubert Mill K A Hurt, Tonn
L H Clark, Mlti KCAllon, Ark
i! Connol'y, Mini V T Lerby.Va
W D Ford, NY W E (Hnl, Tex
A Ilaibrook, Tot J Robion, Tonn
I) II SrhclTniir. Pa A Patterson. Mill
M Neil, Ky C (Joodtnan, Mnsi
F Drundaxo. Ohio ii A Hnndern, Mo
V J llinc a. Mill TOW illiame. Mat!
O Nauli, Tenn C S Onlw ay, Mo
K II Porter, Tex 0 H Strom, La
A F Uutchinxa, Ala .1 M Fuller. Tenn
A (1 bavia. Tonn I Ilartol. Mi?s
John C Whitner, Oa Henry T Andonon, Ky
Frank Lowray, Ark Uoora-e Hainea, Ark
Win Freeman. Mill Alex llutehinsa. MUl
4 t itobinion, i.a rranx 1 relK, XeuQ
Dafty's Knropenn Hotel,
Corner of Adami and Main itreeti. Roomi,
We, V5o and II per day: American flan,
U par day.
T'lr.it-nlaaa Reataurant In the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (lUyaara with Peabody Hotel)
A J Wlllla. Ark M T Charle. Misi
M A Walker, Tonn DSIIuon.Ky
R I, Harris. Tenn 8 H Shorod. Tenn
J B Thnmann, Mill J B llrickey, Mo
(1 Crowe, lenn i v liurbin, lenn
N C"or, Tenn J W Long, Tenn
W W Eiell. Tenn J E LautTiDa. Tenn
J P iiriK'bv, Tonn P B Buxton, lenn
C A Donaldaon, tonn A it IMckey. Mli
W Wallace, Tonn A b n caver, Tenn
II IlerifeUl. Ark W U Smith. Tox
J A Bell, Tex Mri R (1 Into, Ark
A A Alveo. Inil Mrs J U Love. Ark
A Dickinson, Ark J U Slauahler &w,MUl
K M Jonei, tenn Jl llama. Ark
L Tanner. Tenn P .1 Ouialor. Tenn
R K Uolloway. Tenn W 11 Scott. Ark
.T 11 SnviUr. La J F liroirnn. Toon
M LCarringtun,lennj t nniixoneer, lenn.
0. R. OALLOWAY It CO Proi-itos.
Hates 2 60 and J per day, aeoor.mia to
lie and looatlon ,of room Special
J W Bucknor, Tonn T J Kent, Term
J W Johiuon. Mid 1) F Huddle. Va
K H Simnia. Mi.fl l.po llem. U II
Mra A L Fuirohlld.ToxMra V AFairi hiM.Tcx
K M 1 I us. HI III, lloakini, H U
S 1 Johnaton, Ark Mr; RC Konnodv.Ark
Mra II II Slattcr, Ara a.i inconi, imi
Cliaa Tbienaia. I nil M U Andrews. Kv
C Ii Townloy. Ohio J M MrN'oilly. Mill
ii m ciiiiiwnii. n y .j UMraiio. i'a
W A liilehriat, Tean C A Slaiuback, Tonn
Misilopeluuil, Va JIM Item, lenn
lun... T IL' Ill
AlOa ,T1IU3 , UU " I iriirn. ill
.1 IVunlinl. l. T 11 l.iwiicr. Mo
J C LeKwiori, Mo J L Alcurn 1 uxor. Mill
(i It liublo, 1ml P II iiiRorann, lenn
V M Puvall, Tonn W llarnntt. N Y
.1 K Wynoo. Ark Mra M llurke.Tcnn
W Arnold, Mia L Mnrutnaitn, N Y
K lliifbeinier, Ky J A Womlaon, N Y
S F llllihcim. Ark J Ufaililecher, Ky
B F Mi-Conncll, Ark W L lioyd, Ky
W I) Cameron, III H Murdook, Mo
HC Fay, Mo 1 M Should, Ky
J Mcllonald. Mo T limine. Ky
C C Boyd, Ohio (1 V 'latum, hy
11 II Matlock, Ky II C lloJces, N Y
T Daily, NY L Collina, X Y
(niockly.NY WKadle, NY
JWilliaiaa, N Y J Jaoobi, N Y
J Puana, NY M Connor. NY
II Bonner. NY F Wilton, NY
W M Moore, NY TP .Inhnson. Mill
J W Anderson, Ohio M Wilson, Ohio
Q lcg-s, Tana Martin Jonoi, Tenn
ATLANTA B13KHALI. C1.VB.
Par-rail, Manager, Lrnch,
G Shaffer, Lyoni,
W. II. BINGHAM MiKAOia.
Enlarged and refurnished,
rrieaa aoeordinf to siia aad looa-
uob 01 rooms.
KRTatum Aw, Tex RFCMon.Tenn
7, T Collier, Xgnn J L Falronlhia, Ky
W W Miller, 111 ) B Harvey, Tena
0 II Lee, Tex K A Lindsay, Misi
J W Leonard, Tena Mrs A Kolser, Miss
P R Saundera, Mial I! J PuBote. Misi
W A Jenkins, Mias Misi A McPeak, Ark
Mri A J Oriflith, Ark V D Owena, Miss
M iai M Owens. Misi Mias II Owena, Mill
PCaaalily&i.KR II C Myers, Misi
Mrs 8 B Ware, Ark J H Southern, Mill
1 F Hyme, Ark ih?ff Uo. .
EG Richler.hy J M Calwoll, Ind
WCWolls, Ina 8 Barber, Mill
R F Johnson, Tenn ' 3 Foster, Misi
CF Wright, Tann jHAtkini.Ark
11 n H.,l,.r,a. Ark J D Driver t. Ark
JPFortueAv.Y N Miaa D P Fortune, NY
Mia. W F Hancock. Tenn
D L Furiuson, Ark J S Henderson Aw, Ark
KJheith, Arx a rrioe, lenn
K s Kiniil,. Mlu H L F nd ev. Tina
J W llohson, Ark M Meriwether, sr, Mo
R G Hill, Arkt J v H(, a
lirau ft 1 oung JO.TOi.iim t, in. luia
Miaa M Garrett. Tenn Misi A A Allen, Tenn
11 I Patterson, Tenn J U Ihoraition, Ar
Min K Uilinora, Ark Mra Perklni, Mm
J J Jonei, Miai M 8Ja-, Tann
W A Fairei, Tenn W W Murphy, Tenn
Chkap Tickets Memphis to VThite
Sulphur Spring, w. t a , ana return
via Chrsaneake and Ohio rout, Au
gust sth and 2V);h, at $1-1. Tickets
goo I for ten days. Through Tullman
butl'et sleepers. Office under Peahody
I Fine ate a repairing at Mnlford's
JAUES C. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
No. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TEN2fM
t&" SPECIAL PRICES tc Railroad
Between & Betwixt
Too Early for th8 Fall Too
Late for Summer.
Hints How to Save Money.
'It is between seasons in ths elothlni
trade. The demand tor lammer goods ii
now ever, and Surer! axe not yet thinking
of fall foods.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors, 3C2 Seoond
street, do not believe in dull seasons. Gooda
oan always be sold, provided prices are
placed low enough. The way to do business
Is to do It. If trade U dull force it. That's
what we now propose doing. Of conrse we
still have goodi on hand which we do no
care to carry over. Now we propose to sell
these goods. Bow? Why, by selling thorn
much lower than they cost ns.
BARGAINS TO SNAP AT!
Medium-Weight Bnlti-Jost the Things
lor Fall Wear.
Light-Weight Snits-Below Coat.
Fine Medium-Weight Pants carried from
Heavy-We'ght Panti-for Winter Wear
at Half Winter Prices.
A General Clearing Sale.
We intend to sell all oar present stock be
fore onr Fall Goodi arrive. Now is the
chance to secure great bargains. It will pay
yon to itock ap bow with the Baits and Panta
yon may not need antll the fall. Fall will
soon be here, and what yon can save now
will be a lucky investment.
NPCClali KOTICE-Oddi and Endiof
Suits, and Odd Coats and Veata, at remarka
bly low pricei.
Mislit Clothing Parlors,
262 Second Street,
Opposite t'oort Sqnatc Mcmphli.
oar Open Evenings until 7 ; Sntar
urrtaya, until 11.
'bt AU alterations to insure a perfect fit,'
done free of ohsrye.
Deviled Craba, Sbrlmp,
Salmon, Freab Can JHacUerel,
Itruok Tront, Ojatera,
nnckerel In Tomato Cntaap,
Sweet BtalTrd Pickles,
Soar Fickle by the gal. and Injara,
Pickled Onlona, Hot Rcllals,
Wooater Sance, Tomato I'atenp,
Capers, Nuatard, Carry Powder,
Naiad IfrenalnK, Ollvca, Olive Oil,
Cream Cheese, Celery Saner,
Celery Salt, Klo , Klc.
JJBUPICHAM & CO.
140, H2, 144 Front, Memphis.
-NITH LARUSST BOILIKBHOPB
in tne eonia, and the oniy complete
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Worka In theelty.
BtisniMcturers of heavy plKte lron
work or every dw.nlption. BpeolaJ
attention vve to nlaat.tlon work.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importers and deaters in n, Avaran.
nlllon and llli Tnekle, alailldera'
!l urilWHrA. Klwl.te Hvlla akd An
nnnelatora lor Hotels and Ksideno,e8
Main afreet, SSeeaplila, Tea". Klaetrle
nppliai always oa hand. Repairing neaUy
IMPORTER AND DKALSR IB
Sans, Amrannltlon, FiKhing Tackle
and Jtasc-Itall Hoods.
WHOLES A LB AND RETAIL.
Ml Main Street, Meiupbla, Tenw
MaBBfactarlag and Repairing el Suns a
Young & Brother.
Booksellers and Stationers,
3 IS Mala SU, Memphis, Tew
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
TUBE TAISTS. CASTAS, Etc.
Importer and. Dealer la
, rtshlnc Tackle and Sports
men's Snpplles. a" Special attention
gtvea to MANUFACTURING and K
413 Main (StMempUls. Tenn
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
ant levee Contractors for Wapon,
JaviMJ BU Soodbar I Wm. L. Clark Kncene J. Carrlnatoa rreuik G. Jamas)
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
TTTB offer to rmcHAHTR OHLTtho largest and best stock of Boots and Shoes ww
W kaaro ever tjronght to thli market, and whkh cannot be inrpaised in quality ana
etstMiVyany house la this or any other city. In addition to a complete Una of Eastern
in '- g J- --'-jti 1- "" "" saooOBAK akCO. BKOHAMSI, we handle;
targweatdieleotiteog of Custom-made (Joodifor Men, Women, Missel and Children. Wf
carry a number of tae belt mates in the country, in every variety and ityle, and among
tfteenrtbe wall knows aWn'i Calf Boots and bhoea manufactured by Geo, Hooker for our
Berte Trade. We also carry a ehoioe line of Ladies' and Misses' Custom Kid. Ooai ta
Oati uoeda, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman k Ce. We invite the bade to examine)
ear stank before buying elsewhere, and we guarantee everything we sell to give latisfeotio.
LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE,
No, 321 Second Street ...Mem pills, Teun.
ear Fino StoolL.ts ear fStyllsilt Turnouta.n
i n k a ii iiPiiiis
"THE STANDARD OF TOE WORLD."
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STILES, 125.00 AND UPWARD.
arTSRMS Cash, or easy Monthly Installments. Write (or Illustrated CaUJne.-Bl
O. 3E3COTJOKL cfb CO.
sole aoExrs rou mt moctmwest,
No, OOO iMCalu St., XaXexaaioIilsBi, Tonn.
ex. Ml Union Mtreet, Maabvllle. No. 110U Olive Street, St. Loa&
ABLER BEO. &
J. N. PAT,
late of J. a. Day A Son.
s-J I M . . ii
w. rr. iiortos,
Late of Meacham k llorton.
DAY, HOETON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-382 Front Strnot Mcronhis Tenn.
ST. CECILIA ACADEMY,
EAll NAOIITILLE, TE.X.
CONDUCTED BY DOMINICAN SISTERS.
Unrivaled n' t only in facilities lor hlphest instruction in Languairci, Music, Art, but also
in location. I f '.ilthfulneas, home enaifor'a and training.
TERMS PEK ANNUM Payahlo Halt in Advanoe llo"d. Bedding, Vi ashing, Tuition in.
EnKlish itudioa, French, Herniiin. Vo?nl Music in Claas, SHOO,
ior parlioulura, apiily to SUiMlUIOlt.
Haocoawra ta FOSTEK, TAILOB A COm
ITO. 11X1 FHOWT STREliT. t t MEHPKIB. TENH
Old Stand, No. 9
W II IIB w a B Saw I wbstsbi w ' - - -
Dave attained, hia induced unprincipled manufacturers to I'n hrT BED tea!
UniUtion. We hereby caution the public that all tlenuine Cignrroa will bear A BfcU heal
on each box. and our Faotory Number, , P",;r,, ;
Tho only ail long Havana filler cigar on the market for 5 cents.
tBO. I. XiIBS CO.,
Factory 200, 31 District, X. Y.
UOOH & JOYHEB, Wholesale Agents,
MEYER fteCy andjrea.
Scraper and Cart Uarnesj.
GO.,261 B1AIN ST
Latest Novelties lo Footwear
run brmiNu imi bumdijuu
K1.ESART STTlilS I
AGENTS FOR THS FAMOUS
W. L. Douglag $3,00 Calf Shoes
In Button, Lace and Congress.
- Illnstrated Catalogue and Price-LIU
Mailed Free on application. "m
l3tATT GTN CO.
Manufacturer'! Agents for
Daniel Pratt Cottoii Gins,
FEEDERS AND C0NDKNSER8,
SMILEY, SMITH A CO.,
Pratt Erllpae Holler Ulna, Food
era aud Win Brttalrara,
OH to 101 I'oplar St., Memiitla.
a-Pratt Pevolvlns-Head (Jim nne
oualoil. ttook now complete. Prices
reduced. CorTe.pondnra ann niMers
rnlioiteil. Old Oioa Kn aired in First-
laail rde-. All work iiuuranteeu.
J. W. BAILRT.
LaU of Bailer Covlnctei,
U. We MACBJJBe
Union St., Memphis.