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EMLEQAD T1HE TABLE.
J IfTflIe.Ieir Orleaia u4 Texa E'l
WM1MIFM WALLEf etui TB.
d after May 1. laws, petienger trainion
tbll road will ma m (oIIowii
FAbI MAIL. bcath. . North.
it.phU. A 4:30 p.m 9: a.m
Cala :W p.m T: a.m
Kead7....... ...0..i... WreS p.m a.m
-Uekiburg........D... 1:00 a. 1:13 a.m
n i. i - f t:4 a.m 11 :1 P.m
JUeZZZZZiL... :. :P.
3onrUue Q i1a. I sl
wew Of.ani-H...... 9:(0 a.m 8:00 p.m
1 With all Ileal enterintMemphlf .
f-With M. N. W. R. R. tor H.lona.
O-For Greenville and Huntington, and all
P With V. A M. andV., 8. A P. Rallreada.
-With N., J. A C. R. R. lor Detohee aad
f-?or Puiau si th. Branch.
With iteameri lor Bayoo Sara.
H With railroedi diverging lor Florida,
Tea and Onaitlpolnti.
, JAS. M. MWAK13, V. P. and (J. M.
A. J.KKAPP. . P. A.
Mleelealiil m TfBMM.-Irlni
ari a. followti NewOrl.am annll arrival
daily at B:2ia.ln.t leavea daily at 5:00 pat.
Kewnort Newamid Mtmlaalpitl 7M
Train! mova a tnllowi: i'ast ib
leivei at lt):M i.bj fct. Looil fut line
Jeavei at 5 : b.w. i Fait Una arrive, at 1 :30
p.m. I M. Lrfuii tail line arrival at :U6 a.
Loalevllle and Kaahwllle Tralni
Bore a lellowii Fart mall arrival daily at
,iise.m.l leavel atiUMU p.m.: mall laaval
daily at 10:10 a.m.t arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brownsville aooommolatlom laavai daily'
leapt Hsmlay, at 6:00 p.m.; arrival daily,
geept eonuay, at :ou a.m. titandara titua)
Mmpbla and Little Rock. Tralni
o-. ai folltiwi (eentral etandard tinj.lt
fo. 1 laavai dally at 4 :&)' p.m.s arrival at
p.m. Ko. 3 laavai at 5:56 a.m.! arrival
at e :5C a.m. No. 5 (freight) laavai Hopeneld
dally (axo.pt Sunday) at 6:Cij; a.m.! arrival
at 7:1" p.m.
viii atom i KKuaa ciiy, Nnrinc
flrld and MemphJal-Tratni leaveJ.M. and
I. d.pot ai followi: No. 4 Kaniai City ex-
!rii, laavai at 10:46 ajn,: No. 3, Kani.i
Ity eipresi, arrival p.m. No. 2,
.DIM City mail, oawtiaef:00p.m.i No.ll,
Lensai City mall, arriveeat (:4a a.m. No.
i St. Louli and. ChlcrJiprM, laavai at
:K p.m.) N. 1, St. Lata endChloegoex-
Xr.M, arrival at Hi4o a.m. la afl.ot bunilay,
Memplile amd Cbarleafoai Tralni
Wrve at followi! Through axpraii laavai
daily at 10:40 p.m. Mall and eipr.is laavai
dally at 10 :00a m. Boai.rvllle aocommoda
lion laavai daily, .xo.pt Sunday, at 5:.H0
.m. Through axpraKi arrival daily at 6:2)
a.m. Mail and axpraii arrival dally at 1C:10
S.m. 6omerrllle accommodation arrival
ally, except Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
r mptila, Klriulugliam mid Allan,
le Uolly Sprlnri Kouta Tralni mova ai
followi: No. 1 1. aval Mamphli dally at 3it5
m.s arrival it Uolly Spring! at 5:58 p.m. :
So. 2 laavai Holly Sprlngi dally at 9:00
a.m., arrival at Meniphli at II :15 a.m.t No.
6 laavai Mamphli dally at 7:15 p.m., arrival
at Uolly Sprlnti at 11:4 p.m.! No. 6 laavai
3. o laavai
Solly bprlngi daily at ailo a.m.,
Mamphli at KM, a.m.
our rinsi of September issue,
Vie nwnunl trade review of the AP
PEAL will he puhlithfd on tlie lit cf
Htptmber, It will If in very retpeel fC'
pkle wi'Ji fact), fijunt and logical com
ment and deilurtiont of interest to the buri-
nets intemts of Manphit, and in order
to accommodate merchant! and othert a
mammoth edition will be imied on Uuit
diy, lVe advise aiiw'irn of tiit fact in
ordT that they mny jtrtpart their noticei
and advertiremrntt fur it, and avail them
Ichesof iti imnunnc circulation among the
j1an!tft uho make Memphit their marltel.
Orderi fur ade(rtifnnentt orpapert ihould
he Uft at the counting room ai early at
potsille, in order to trcure prompt attention.
For MitfiMippi, Lmt'tiana and Texai :
Fair weather; toulherly winds; nearly
ttationary Umperature, .
For Arhmtat: FttfV vvathcr; touth
trlyuindt; no dtcidf d change in lemper
For Tt nnrsue and Kentucky : Fair
C(athtr; touth'rhj winds; marly station
Cotton in coming in at a lovely
The dirt' joadj are in excellent
The Tobrggun will doublloss draw
tbigCTOwd this evening.
Nearly all ci the Chicago excur
Isionle'.B have returned home.
J, L. Bcrdick has re tinned from a
fchef trip to St. Louia and Chicago.
fcueioy ureot la an lorn ran on or
fount of the exieaoion of the Oitiiiaua'
W, L. fM'Ei-niBB lina returned from
Clarksville, where he atlended the
- bicycle races.
'; Thel.O.O.F. Library having been
closed during the heated term lo sive
the librarian a ahort rest, is now open
The police aacceedej yeoterday in
A wresting anotcer darky whom they
believe to have committed a number
of small robberies.
Newa wai roceive l yestwiday of
the death reetrr lay at hii home in
the Second Distric; of JoBtice Cham
Jones, of congestion.
Mil Joriph Uhl returned yes'.erday
Iromatripto Chicigo. tihe was ac
companied by her aon and by Nr.
Fred Katt, Mr. Uhl'a cousin, who
comes to Memphis on a visit.
Kaleinh Spring! has been well
palrouiisd this mi miner by Memphis
people, in spite of the poor accommo
dations. A it!i a good railroad and
hotel that charmiug retort would be
crowded eveiy summer.
The nam of "Btrnum" on the
circus bills with which the cltv was
plaitered yetrdny was superfluous.
Ko other showman over understood
the art as he dom. Hiss'yle of adver
tisirg is peculiar:? bis own,
A fine of 130 was imposed upon
W. t. Hcbwameyer and L. C. Csstle
yesteulayby Preeidtnt Hadden be
cause a neighbor complained that
they tad built a lent-1 so high that It
shut him out from the light n( heaven.
Later io the day he was enjoined by
the Chancery Caurt from the col
lection ol the fine.
The commissions of the rtcrn'ly
electtd cllicisls win prohsbly arrive
today. A note in the Union of yester
day fays: Adjutant Ceneral Cantrell
and Mr. T. C. Tanner, of the ollire of
tbe&cretary of Sta'e, coapVted the
preparation cf the cmimiisiona of the
new imlir-s and ct omava o.no,i
The pcs'.olfice adreeees ot thoe tenl
uruiiu uavniK oetiu aanert ained, the
commi6aioua wer fotwarilcd last night.
Jnstics li'iigiey, the County Court
Clerk elect, said yis'eiday that the re
port that he intended to hoid the
c-fiite of magistrate was Incorrect.
' Ilia resignation cannot take effect on
til October 16th, when the Conntv
Court meet". Meanwhile the va-lous
candidates are getting in trim. None
are yet announced, hut among these
mentioned are M. T. Oarvin, J. J.
Barry. Joseph Flynn and F. li. Mil
. Feabody Hotel 8Und,
(iajono Hotel Stand.
CUar Palace, U10 Main Street,
Headtjuarters for Horace K. Keliey A
Co's fine Key West cigare. The trade
supplied at Kew York prices. Cigars
iy the box a specialty.
I, BAMfiLSON A CO.,
nsa. AaruiBALD Kaca and her
dariffhter, Mis Jnlia, leave on an ex
tended tour tonight.
Tna friends of B. L. Cochran will be
pleased to learn that he is out of
danger and rapidly recovering from
hla long and aerioni illness.
Mim Csi.ia Filsixtbal, of Jack son,
Tonn., Miss Theresa Tamm and Mrs.
J. Anker, of Brownsville, are spending
a few days in the city, the gueat oi
Mrs. J. Greenwald, Si Kxcbange
II ill, Fohtainb A Co. received on
yesterday the llrrt new bales of cotton
from Perkins & Jones, IJatesville,
Mise. ; J. J. Anderson A 8on, Jackflon
port, Ark.. and It. U. Atkinson A Co.,
tine BiuiT, Ark.
Miss. Maky ItAiNB died yesterday
morning at the residence of her son,
f iilbert I' nine, on I'nion street. The
funeral w ilt take p!aca r.t 10 o'clock
t morrow morning from St. Mary's
S. Kat.ihiif.rgeb Kcms are going Into
the banking hnsinecs.
Memphis expects to receive 600,000
bales of cotton tbia season.
Ci.osi.va prices of October options
at Chicago yesterday: Pork, f! 6'.
lard, 0 07J. Clear rib eidts, fO 20.
Corn,43jc. Wheat, 7Jj. Oate.SOjc.
Visitobs on 'Change yeeterday:
Capt. J. K. JefTries, Glandule, Miss, j
E. D. Frost, EvanBvllle, Ind. ; It. M.
Wright, 8aulsbnry, Teun.; Miae Cope
land, Norfolk, Va.
It. It. Chnrcb to Joj. Lenti, lot on
east side llrinkley Avennc, 140x175
feet, for f 1200.
Charles Koim and wife to II. C.
Waiinner, trustee, to secure Mrs. Ma
tilda Coleman in the sum of fl3CO,
Iota 5 and 0 block 60, south tide
Ghelson street, :!0xl50 feet each.
Win. M. Randolph, trustee, to Mary
W. Folkee, lot on north nida Vance
street, 30x120 feet, for $3000.'
John Ross to Thomat C. Lo.iney,
lott 11 and 12, South Memphis, Geor
gia street, fir flOOO. v
T O Looney ami J. P. Bykes to It. J.
Black A Co., lot Ko. 11, 78x178 feet, on
ssnth aid Georgia alreet, for f 1400.
T. C. Looney et al to T. M. Hcruggs,
trustee, to seenre K. J. Black & Co. in
the sum of $7-12, lot 12, J. W. Brown
subdivision, north side Georgia street,
Th old reliable L. A N. Rad will
asll on August -Sth and 29th tickets to
Washington and return for $20 45 and
to White (sulphur and return for 14.
Good returning in tea days. For
tickets and information call on S, L.
Finley, agent, 2s7 Main street.
To Our tiiwtouioraj.
We have Jmt received a large line
cf Samples of pisce goods from the
great tailoring house of
and our comprehensive and liberal
guarantee enables the customer to
order from an agent without risk of
any sort, and aa it cannot cost the cus
tomer anything whatever, if be is not
tntlstlod with the clothing his money
will be refunded at ouce. Trices ex
tremelv low for 6rst c)as work.
IU03. RANDOLPH & CO., Airont,
Ho. IS Wait Court itraat.
Solid Silverware at Mullorr
Wliy llio Tnjlorj Are So Succe8ral
It has just leiked ouf. A friend of
the lamily lias nivAn the snap away.
He says that bad luck pursued the
lavior brothers es long as tnev per-
siet-sd in chewing tobacco. At the
earnest soliait&tiou'of a friend they
both agreed to Quit the baneful habit
if a sstitfrctory substitute for tobacco
could ba furnished. Ko-KoTulu wai
iiiggcstsd, tried and adopled, and since
thou tue distinguished brothers are
daily chewera of the fragrant gum. If
you are in bad luck try it jourtelf. It
never fails t phase.
Flue Watch repairing At Mnlford's
Excursion via C. & O. R)ute.
The Chrsipeako and Ohio route will
Fell round trip t;ckota Anenst 28th aud
2!)th from Mimph's to White Sulphur
Springs, W. V., at $14, and to Wash
ington, D. O., at $20 45. Tickets good
ten davs. Pullman sleeper to White
rii'puur wiuiout cuango. umce unuer
A Ilrnllliy II01I7 aad a Clear Head.
If indlirMtlon, oonitlpation and hlliouiDtia
trrment the body, the head cannot ba olear.
Th. (iiinrdari reaot upon tha brain molt
burtfully, and produo. a oluudinau in th.
nrian of tliorntit tint cip.rl.ncad by a
h.althy man, Happily th.ia brain oppram
ini maladiai may b. antirely dlipailed by
that ptarloM alterative, llmtatter'i Stomach
Hitter, which chs.n, reireihei and inviao
ratci tha brain and nerval, while It reiulatei
aha oriani of diaoftion, aitimilation and
bllioui .aeration. It eipeli tha morbid bu
nion which poiaon tha tyntam through the
buwali and urinary pamact, and exerti a
powerlul inritoratinc Intluence ai well. Iti
rathartlo aotlon li never Irritating, vl.ilrnl
or painful, but even, natural and proajrei
iive. Ai an appether and ileep promoter.
iue uui..ra 1. uurivaiea ; 11 mmaatae tna in
jirmtt ei of ago, relievo the ailui.nta ppoa
1 tar to the a.ntler lea, arr.iti preoiaturd de
cay, and bulldi up aa enfeebled pbyalque.
Urt KaHllMlco Y LajiinaralaiA aa da
ItrootI Miiro buI Coifs
For sale by F. A. Jones A Co.
Cociinu, Iodoform or Mkrcl-riai.s
in any form iu the treatment of ca
tarrh or hay fever ehould bo avoided.
aa tbev are both injurious and danger
ous. Iodoform is easily detected by
Its offensive odor. The oily reliable ca
ttrth remedy on the market today is
l.iy 4 uieam luim, being iroe from all
poisonous dross. It hat cured thou
sands of aeute and chronlo caes,
w here all o ner reiuediea have failed.
A particle la applied Into each nos
tril ; no pain ; agreeable tiuss. Trice
60 cents of druggist.
Order MJf nllord Usule SledaU.
A UruKKlkt'i hlory.
Mr. Isaac C. Chapman, druggist,
ewburg, . ., writes ns: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
grots of hr. WilJaw llalls lialfara for
the Lungs. I res say of it what I
cannot say of any ether medicine, I
Lava aaver heard a customer speak of
it but to prmise i't vrtnea in tha high,
ert mann-r. I Lsts recommendeu it
in a gra.t rxaov CIM o( wrj0OpinB
cough, with t, UtipiMt eflcu. I
have OHd It in wj omn Umily for
many yr; i u-t, . .t, biva a
tttiji Ln tL ntwiit w nWredy 0r
FoundtJo. t:.ar a'i lfJ(J build
etrooud wit! lxoivi,.Oajltti jt
the r.u lu 1.
HuUcrlllwr IU -lsKavL"
AXSWEBS TO I5QUIBIES.
We have been frequently asked
during the present week why we
sold blankots at bo much lets than
value, as the season Is so near at
hand when almost every family
needs them ; at a) time, too, when
wool is advancing much above any
price reached In years? .
We bought theso Blankets when
wool was much lower, about June
1st, and though prices at which we
now ollVr them are lees thin they
can be bought at the mills today,
we are making a fair prolit on tbcm
and era always wiling to give our
customers the advantage of bar
gains. Any housekeeper In Memphis
that has the money to spare would
lay In coal for next winter if ald
at the price prevailing where it is
mined. Blankets are quite as nec
essary as coal, and it appear to us
that they add wonderlully to the
comfort ot a winter niuht, and at
our present prices yon save exactly
30 j on the dollar by buving now.
This special sale of Blankets will
MteetlBK anil Towel. .
Damnaka ! KaspklDS.
Oar fall Importations are now on
exhibition. Novelties in t-p'ashers,
Table rjca'fj and l'iano Covers.
MENKES AND COMPANY.
EVENT OF THE SEASON.
Comma's Graexl sraralnn to Chica
go, September Tib.
This is not only a very cheap trip,
nut is cer'ainiy tee most del gntmi
and attractive excursion ot tbe eeaeon
Kxcureion train leaves Durant, Miss..
September 7th at 7:30 am., Grenada
10 a m, Holly r-prings 1:30 p.m..
Grand Junction 2:30 pm., Jackson
4:15 p.m., Milan 5 p.m , Martin B p.m.,
Fulton 0:30 p 111. Fare for the round
tilp exceedingly low. Itckets good
going on special tra'n September 7th,
good returning on all regular trains
lor twenty days. Accommodations
ample and strictly first claes, including
I'ullinan palace and bullet cars. Tick'
ets for sgie by the regular ticket agents
01 tue Illinois uential railroad at all
Everybody knows what the Collins
excursions are. They need no recom
mendation tbey sitnpiy recommend
For rates and full particulars, see
large bills and advertisement, or ad'
dms U. L. COLLINS,
tieo'l Manager of Excursion, Milan, Tonn
Db. C. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
P. M. Stanlcy, funeral director and
embalmer, 55 Madison street.
G. W.Mim.er A Co., Patent Asbestos
Fire Proof Koofers. For durability,
equaled by non?. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. No. 55
Thb Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonloand anti-p.riodin known. A Oflrtkln
and inra oure for chiili. Price II per bot
tle, bend lUmpi for rireatarr. Any ref
erence aixen. Adir.il John C. Uueter,
The edition of the Arrg-Ai on the
1st of September will be tho largest
ever printed in the t i'y. It will go to
nearly every one who buys goodB or
tolls cot'on in Memplra. Every busi
ness bouse should be represented in
AMooeTCRA Bitters, the world Ire
nowned appetizer and luvigorator, im
partsa delicious flavor to all drinks
aud cures dyfpepwa, iiarrhaa, fever
and ague. Try it, but beware of coun
terfeits. Ask your grocer or druggist
for the genuine Angostura, manufac
tured by Dr. J. G. B. .Siegert A Sons.
Studies at St. Agnes Academy will
be resumed on Monday, the Oth of
September. Aa an incentive to the
industry of the pupils, a handsome
gold w atch presented by Mr. Taylor as
the "Msggie Kuffin Memorial Pre
mium" will be awarded to the young
lady boarder who, having attained her
fourteenth year, has excolled in all
school duties and requirements.
We are pletsed to note the prcgresj
ivecpirit of !uderdale Institute, Rip
ley, tenn., under the mamgAment of
Profs. Randle and Cheek. Over 200
choice volumes grace the ahelves of its
library ; an extensive assortment of ap
paratus litis the tables and shelves of
the laboratory; maps and charts orna
ment the walls, and one of the richest
museums of scientific specimens and
curiosities, all neatly mounted and la
beled, in large cases with glass fronts,
attracts the attention of its pupils and
vlritots, whits its courso of study Is
eminently useful aud practical.
River 3 feet on the gauge and fulling.
Weatherclear aud warm.
Cincimkati, O , August 26. Night
River 11 feet 2 inches on the gauge and
falling. Weather fair aud sultiy.
Ht. Locia, Angutt2t. Night River
fa'len 3-10 inches, and stands 8 1-10 feet
on the gangs. Weather clear and warm.
Arrivedt City of St. Louis, New Or
leans. Departed: Belle Memphis,
Vuxsncao, August 20. Night Ar
rived: City of Cairo, St. Louis. De
parted: Oakland and bargoa.St. Louia,
10 o'clock last nisbt: Anaie P. Silver.
St. Louis, 5 p.m.; City of Natchez,
ewur leans, 10 a,m.
Louisvillb,Kt.. August 20. Niuht
River stationary, with 0 feet 6 Inches In
the canal and 4 feet 4 inches' on the
fall. Business dull. Weather cloudy
and warm. Arrived: Deeoto, Cincin
nati ; Ohio, Memphia.
Oario, August 28. Night River 10
leet 0 Inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather clear and warm. Arrived:
Arkansas City, Vicksharg, 3 pm. Da
parted: Arkansas City, St. Louis, 3
p.m.; City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg, 3
t t ReitlMlara at Latemantao for
your PlMnbieur m U-HUm
fcoWrlbe for Vbe APPel.
HOTEL Alt RIVALS.
" eim'e Hotel. '
W. n. Braort iy Winnn.
lurepeaa plan. Salaried and refurnlibsd.
rricee Meoraini to nae ana loca
tion ci roomi.
CCSelden.Ark J T Byrne, Ark '
SP Ralnei, Mw C W WeiM li, Tta
J V Uweaa, tia L W Clark Sv.Iei
B M Wruht. Tenn MrHcMurrayio,MljI
j o Tirunnaii, atk 11 lit nderfon. ienn
CC llimtiDf on. Tenn A M Wynn. Min
Oil Wetkini. Tenn K D Mom. Tenn
C V Wrlaht, Tena W A rptnki, Mifl
Lgtrjnin.Ohlo EWH.adle, Ark
W Iay, T.nn T F Sikiuhh, Mill
F N ilioB, Miie H Hamilton, Tax
T I Oreer, teen lin price, Tex
Vi M Keller. Tenn t l'l'. weri, 111
A Crawf..rd,wAc,Mill J S Clement, Tern
E A Iro.t, lad Wim Cheatbutn, Mi'
i II Morrixm, Tenn A U Merriu ao, Tenn
Jlleura. lena S A Woolxn Ad, Ark
W I tiraham, Tenn A Kerr, Tenn
H Cunimina, Tenn Mim .1 Price, Tex
J H Ilrown. Miu ,V c Hill, Tn
J liarr.ll, Tex E Vminv, Mifl
J A Averv. Ark k W lwilfv. Mill
R Shr.tw.II, Mill I) T Owin, nid. Mill
it 11 Aocraainy, Mo Miu 1, 1. i:iihop, Miei
C L Campbell r, Ark Mn K Pruct, Ark .
Mi-i J l'ruet. Ark Mie T Pruct, Ark
M M Morrow. Ari L M.irkt, Jlin
1 K.rtiine. Mt.i H B Parker, Mil.
R 1 Wilhami, Mill II M VWwtalt, Ohio
Mr FChnuiberi, MiiiW E Chamber!, Uus
J W Blanu.n, Tenn W N Port.r, Ti x
ti TChamberi, city N T Jonei, Tenn
CCI'ueti, lean W II lirnhsm. Mill
T Tjyior, Tenn Vt"TW'tthoriiiittun,Ark
a itreaa. ienn u 1 rorter, lenn
Mn; liA Jonei, Tenn Vi M E Shipp, Miu
n t nrwiaiey, .! I v tMEtin.Arx
W P Stevem, IHm !n M Duke, tihio ,
T P Chan ben. Ark Mn Howard. Ark
Mrt Lbtnitn. La K Jarrntte, Mill
MrV illiamion.Miri C A Archibald, Ark
M N Mebaae. N 0 Mm J F Smith, Ark
J B Ihompfon, Ark CIV King, Ark
Tbe Hew eavoao.
FARRINQTON, STEWART A WHITE,
Ratal, ti 50 U M per day, aecordlns to U01
tioa of roomi.
ELSpraptini, MIji J L' Fetter. Mir?
Juitin Uanar, N X Lonit M Polii, Mill
U Brinkley, Md Rcl.t Tinkler, Ark
S Keyi, Man J U McCnnathy. N Y
P 0 Uuler, Miie Jno W Fitch, ky
X Turner. Miu C P Stewart. Misi
V lieniol, Tena WwFinry, 111
LTanner. Ill 11 L C Hotelle. N Y
R L Jones, jr, Miti bamuel P (irevei, La
6 (i MarrhaU, Mo A Jurrder, Mo
L J Kriigr.fr. JJ Y B F Lee, Mi
II Mark. SIim W L llendrickt, Ark
W'C Stone, Mist J W Athby, Miu
E A Tro.t. Ind A S Collier. Tena
Miu W ooten.Tann J O Pavii. Tenn
W R McIntofh.Tean V W .Mathewi, Pa
J C Priti-hett. Mil. Mp. T. V Prl,-.. Ml
Mm F W Boyd, Tenn MrsWCVanllookTenn
D rryion lenn J 11 w ebb, hy
L f Simmoni, Tana 6 1 Cappleman, Tenn
O It Foole. Mo
Of r ttinitnn, Aliti
W W Wood, Kr
J Maokoy, Tex
C Palano, Miu
J Monr e, Ky
N A McK, Mill
T Bvrnei. Ky
F F Cromer, Toan
i 5 Hardy. Mir;
M A Kourke. Midi
L W rhuitt, Tenn
J C Lantriev, Ark
P Power!. Mil" J M llarter. Miu
J M 11a
J f Farirason. Tena T. E Mea rham, Tenn
J .M Kee.t, .ll.fi J V liarrell, Mid
1 B.rniea, Mo C Sanion, Mo
C A Dean, Miu II Alexander, Tenn
1) Taylor, Tean W Uibion. Tann
W A Calhoun, Ark CC Jenntr.ri, Ohio
A Ilolroyd, N Y TMorre, Md
FuPaxtoa.FIa 11 H Clark, Tenn
W W Coilim. Ark W H Prueott. Ark
C F.Thomron, Ark F Redmond. Ma?i
KM McFadden.Ohio J I Uuywi.rtb. Mill
S H Marr. ta F W Parmer. Miu
D LiTingiioce. Mill Mr Foley, Ark
b ti Se, St Louis.
Day"i Knropenn Hotel,
Corier of Adami and Main ftreeti. Roomi,
. iss ana 11 per day : American fian,
fc per day.
FfVtt-llaFI Reltanraat In tbe Hotel.
J. M. Dll SX (1U yeari with Peaoody llotel)
B L Newton, Ky Jl T Franc1?, Mo
A R William.. Ark W L Martin, Tenn
T M ltrif.j, Miu U R..bert.on, Mits
L M Itowini, Ohio T J Ba.lry. Ky
J C Marinui, Fla J Hall, I'hio
LLeik.Tenn II I Andrew. Tex
W M Aadrewi, Tex P L Ad m. Mo
R T Hawkini. Tena W C lie;:. X Y
J F tiroran, Tena A C Vt iceman, Tenn
JHurd. Tenn E G Richter. Kv
E J Lnnham, Tenn C A Donsldcon, Tenn
r hexton. iana J t ltbues Ark
K B King, III
MrsS B.lch, Ark
J II Beckler, Tena EJKeiih.Ark
li V Lawion. Mil. J M Dnflv. rir
E A Kri.it, Ind J J Fu iu. Tenn
P M Morrii, Tenn W L Garrett, Miu
F M lire.ble. Mo F J Ual.lwell, Tenn
R S Mcrgan, Tenn J Vaslinok, Tenn
11 S Wauon, Ky HE ilollonay, Tenn
It P Neely, Tenn.
C. B. GALLOWAY A CO PiormiTms.
Ratei I-in and it per day, according to
iie aad location of room ai eciai
E B Watfon. NY 8 L Peckham. Mo
T C Petri, uhio J W Beruhein). Ky
R L Kobininn. S C J I Fulmer, lenn
tv Arno d, MiM 1 L I Jail, .Mo
R H ll.mn Ht B A Pi,ne. La
JWJnnei, Ark A I) Illann, Ark
C li Olner A w. Ark D T lUrtr.ett, Ark
8 M Rumver. Ark E V Beniauiin. Uhio
J P.ran. Mill CHKurr, Tenn
.M Ureenhood, NX J W Gault, . Y
M A Mnrtin, Ark J Jobnion, Ark
W E Garrett, M-ia E A Curiire, X Y
Lenn Abt let. X Y W 11 Jr.net. Md
W Wood. Ky P T Griffin, Ky
W A Williainfon.Tenn F A Kniter, it
ti C Permus, X I Leo Krill. Ark
H L Buck, MIm J S Waterfield, X Y
H H ltojrers Tenn I Marx, Uhio
Mn V C Wiikini.Ark Mii-t A Kitzhugh, Ark
Mi'i A Wilkini. Ark B F V Carter, Ubio
J Yager, Mo E 11 t-brere, Ohio
H it 1,0 Her. Mo I' i.ewi.t, .ttui
II C Vallandik-hnm.KyRev It Tatton, Ark
C II Inierron, lena I U Uolli,way, Mii
L White, Ky W K Harmon, Ark
li A Wood. Ma (i W Amumm. Mo
J J Dufour, Pa .MrlAlll'attisf.n.t.t.Ind
J P Grigiby, Tenn W 6 Marion, Tenn
J Andcnon, Ala W'm Jackion, Ala
It J aunderi, X Y n J Cunninchiim, Ala
B W Jautiion. Ala B C Uavidinn. Mo
8 MCarutben, Mo J C Drury A I, Ark
M C JetinitiKt, La WinJonei.L
Wm Slaughter. Ohio J C Jenkin. Ohio
TCP.rk.Tenn A Childen, tenn
T K 8p,dord, Mo J E lin k. Ark
Jllalo.Miii PDavi.lion, Mli
J P ChinJIer. S C W Jacaion Ji f. ti C
C 1) Heed Aw, Ala B M Ranadon, Ala
J Milliard, Miu. C B Blunton, Mill
air unuerwooti. ienri
Mnlford, Jeweler, 201 Main, ao
licita orders from the country.
Circuit Court of Shelby county, Tennelxa-;
Lille atoody ti. tviiuam .moojj.
It apriirlni to tha Court th it on the 5th
day of .March, ISM, tha petitioner, K'sie
Moody, filed her petition in thit Court
aaainit Ike laid Williiuu Moody; and that
on the Sth dny of March, 1H--", a, tub.
fenato amwer wai Uiued againit laid do
ondant by tbe Clerk ot this Conn rciuirlng
him to appear in the came and makede
lenie, whii hwai placed in tha bandiofthe
Sheriff of Shelby county and by him re
turned March 1C, ISHri, defendant ant to ha
found in fail county; and thereupon on tha
Ma day of April, an aliai fummons
waa iiued enntinnndiut the Sheriff to lutn
moa laid defendant to appear in the oau.e
on the third Monday In May. 1M, to aniwer
the petition of tha laid Elite Moody, and tha
Sheriff, having made return on the 17th of
My, 1HM, that a'ter diligent learch made
tha defendant, William Moody, Wat not to
be found in hii county:
It ii therefore ordered, adjudged and de
creed, That publication once a week, for
lour coniecutive weeki, oa ntaue in me Aiom
phil Appeal, a newipaper publifhed in bhel
by oountr. requiring tbe laid illiam Moody
to pemonilly be and api-ear in tbii caue on
the third Monday in September next.tben and
there to answer the petition of the laid Elite
Mood,ur tha lamawlll be taken as eon
le.'ied and tha caul wtll be tried as parte.
A copy atteil : Jtifi.ru i uu, viera,
lly Geo. J. Campbell, le uty Clerk.
Jamai Qallather, Att'yforpl a.
No. C2W, R-D In b Cbancery Court of
nelny uounty.ienn. joioiirren .
of tha Ancient Order of Lulled Workmen
vt. A. W. Johniton et al.
t. ...n..in imdi .., hill which Ii iwora
to in th'i caul, that tbe defendant. .John R.
Woodlook, W. Woodlock and M.irgie ood
laek.ara non reaident. of tha State of Ten
aeaaee, and that tha reiidence of the def.nd-
tat, Leo Woodlock, ii unknown and cannet
a ancerUlned after diligent .inquiry:
It la therelore ordered, i nm Mimon -fendanti
la.t abuva named make their ap.
iterance herein, at the Courthouse of Shelby
county, ln Mempnti, lenn.. vu or eviur;
tha firit Monday in September is, and
plead, aniwor or aemr w vmiiiii ,
hill, or th. ..ma will ba t.ken for conleiied
ai to them, laid John R. w oodlock, W.
Woodlook, Mageia Woodlock and Leo Wood-
lock, and let lor bearing ex rr.ii "
a copy of tbii order be publiihed once a
week, for four lucoeniive week, in the
Memphia Daily Appeal. Thia Wth. day of
July, IS! A . eopy-atte. :
By U. F. Walih, Deputy 0. and M.
John Frinell. Sol, tor compllt.:
Pi. 1- UK lUlt LbLi 'l.' ""t
ACrMTC e'ta moaev with oar Amateur
MUCH I O photo outflt, and ooileotmg
family Picture, to enlarge. Special SO dny
ofler. Eiopira Copying; Co., $31 Canal (trcct,
AUGUST 27, 1886.
JAMES C. BEIX, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nob. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET. MEMPHIS. TENN..
MANUFACTURERS AM) JOBBERS
Saddles, Harness, Collars,
t&" SPECIAL PBICES to Railroad ant levee Contractors fur Wagon, Scraper ami Cart Harness, -vjte.
Between & Betwixt I ' M Gooab"r aifiLSsmsss 'isssrr 1 rrMk
Too Early for the Fall Too
Late for Summer.
Hints How to Save Money.
erit It between teaiont In the olothing
trade. Tbs demand tor lummer goodt it
sow over, and buyeri are not yet thinking
of fall goodt.
Th Milfit Clothing Parlon, 262 Second
ttreet, do not believe in dull teaiont. Goodt
can alwayt be told, provided pricea are
placed low enough. Tho way to do busineit
ii to do it. If trade it dull fore it. Tbat't
what we now propois doing. Of eourie we
still have goodt on hand which we do so
care to carry over. Now wa propoie to loll
theie goodi. How? Why, by telling tbom
much lower than they cott ni.
BAKfciAI.VS TO SXAP AT!
Medium-Weight Sulta-Juit the Things
for Fall Wear.
Light-W eight Suiti-Below Coit.
Fine Medium-Weight Pants carried from
Heavy-Weight Panti for Winter Wear
at Half Winter Pricei.
A General Clearing Sale.
We intend to lell all our pretent ttock be
fore our Fall Qoodt arrive. Now ii the
chance to tecure great bargain!. It will pay
yon to ttock ap now with the Suitt and Pantt
you may not need until the fall. Fall will
oon be here, and what you oaa lave now
will he a lucky investment.
SPECIAL SO IKE-Oddi and Ends of
Suit., and Odd Coati and Vests, at remarka
bly low pricei.
Misfit Clothing Parlors,
262 Second Street,
Opposite t'onrt Sqnnre. Hcmpblf,
a-a-Open Evrmlnica nnlll 7j Sntur
nrilnja, nntll 11.
ear All alteration! to ininre a perfect fit,
done free ofchirpe.
Deviled rrabaj, Shrimp,
Salmon, Frrata Cna aiackrrel,
Brook Troat, Oyatem,
Mackerel lu Tomato Catsnp,
Sweet Slafleil Picks lea.
Sonr Pickles by thecal, and In Jars,
Pickled Onions, Hot Belltih,
Wooater Sance, Tomato Catanp,
Caper, HuMlard, Cnrry Powder,
Salad Dreaalutr, Oltvea, Olive Oil,
( ream ('beeae, Celery Sance,
Celery Salt, Etc , Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM to CO
SI1EA & MCCARTHY, Fropr's,
140, 142, Ui Front, Memphia,
f)Bt Of tHB LAP. 9 XST B0IL1R BHOPt
m low Dvivu. mhv (a voir owiuvibw
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Workt is thaoity.
Kannfaotarera of ueavy plate Iron'
work of etwery dewrlptlon. Bptela)
attaetlna etwaw tftvlaaiatlon work. .
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Imrorten and dealer! In Gnna, Ammn
nltlnn and ruiilna; Tarkln, Bnlldera'
Hardware, Mnriile twlla and Aa
atnnelalora for Hoteli and Reitdencei,S4fl
Main alreet, amph!e, Team. Electric
luppliet alwayt on hand. KepairlM neatly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
tiaus, AmmnnltJon, Fishing Tackle
and bane-Han Hoods.
WHOLKRACB AND RKTAH.
93 S Main Street, atemphla, Tenail
Manufacturinc and Repairing ol Si at a
Yonng & Brollier,
Booksellers and Stationers
SJS ataUa St., Memphis, Tent
Lacroix'8 Mineral Colors,
Tl'PB PA1XTH, CAXTAS, Etc.
Importer and Dealer in
dona, rtthlnt; Tackle and Sport.
taen'aSnppllee. er Special attentloa
given to MANUrACXfRIXQ and RK
113 UalB St9feuiphl,Tcnii
100TS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Teni.
Wvf .tf.,'v,,Cw A. "T? OBET thelargeit and bait ttock of Boott mM Sbcet wa,
JjL ej7Z?.Y6.f u .i r t0 thl' "rket.aad which cannot be lurpaiied in quality aci
5Sj22'ii!K-l".w',j; ..n2i,bVt?- In dlitioa to a eomplete line of Eaitern
aaadetwoda, Inoludtnt .tk.iaLEBaaTlb CIOOOBAK aV CO. BltOGAMS, wahlndla.
13S7! Slh'JrA'.KV ""om-made ttoodi for Men, Women, Mines and Children. W?
earryammberor tie belt aiekei in the country, in every variety aad itle, and ameng
SS.-S" kiow U,n 'f Boo" and Shoei manufactured by (leo. Honker for""?
r,TiIiLU?4I:.f . 0 S'I'V hol Hoe of Ladlei' and Misiei' Cuitom Kid, tfoai ana,
b.K' If r-endorf. Dittm&a A Ce. We invite the trade to exa-mina-car
tisBk before buying eltawhere, and we guarantee everything we tell to give iaitaion.
.MIH.R A l-o"
LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE,
No, 321 Second Street Memphis, Teun.
aarFln.es Btoolt.-w trMtyllwh Tumouts.-n.
ISOI k ill ORGANS
"THE STANDARD OF THE WORLD."
PARLOR AND CIIAPEL STILES, 125.00 AND UPWARD
Skw-XXRIIS Cash, or easr Monthly Installment!. Write for Illustrated C&taJeaaa.'W
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SOLE AOEXT9 FOR THE SOCTIIWKST,
No,809 Tsa.et.Xrx. St., 3VEexa3.vIxlaB, Tonn.
ADLEB BBO. k
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V a. 1 V -' rj.ar ;i r . w---erf-vrvj" : n -
- J. 8. DAT, W. n.UORTOI,
Lata of J. S. Day A Son. Late of Mcacham A llorton.
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front Street Memwliis Tenn.
NEAR NASHVILLE, TENN.
CONDUCTED BY DOMINICAN SISTERS.
TJnrivaled not only In facilities for highest instruction in Languages, Huslo, Art, bnt alto
in location, healthfulnen, home comfort! and training. ,,.
TERMS PER AXM'M-Payable Half In Advance Boird. Bedding, Washing, Tuition it
English itudies, French, German, Vocal Musio in Clan, aaoo.
Jfor particular!, apply to BUI'tirllutt.
Bioeessori to TCSTER, TATI0B A CO.
JTO. tOQ FH.OUT STREET, i MEMPHIS. TEHTT
71 A SMITT
(SCCCEBSORS TO RIACHAM HORTOPT
Old Stand, No. 9 Union St., Memphis.
GRi'i REPUBLIC BROS
,ve attained, ha.. Induced unprincipled
nitat on. w e nereoy cauuon me puoiic inai an wenumo
n each box. and our Factory Number, . Sl Olalrlrt, N. T.
Tha only all long liuvana filler cigar on the market for 5 oentt.
OBO. I. IiIBS c CO.,
. m,.i., mr
BOON & JOYIIER,
, Ml. VI. It, Bec'y Audjrrea.
No. 1100 Olive Mtreet, St. IVoaW
GO.,261 MAIN ST
Latest Novelties in Footwear
FOR SPRING AKD SUJUktER.
XLSGAKT STYLES I
JLOWF-ST PRICES I
AQSNXS FOR IflB FAMOUS
W. L. Donglas S3.00 Call Shoes
In Button, Lace and Congnet.
nimtrated Catalorue and Prico-Lial
aiauea cree on at.tnication.
PRATT GIN CO.
Manufacturer's Agentt for
Daniel Pmtt Cotton Gius,.
FEEDERS AND CONDENSERS,
SJIILET, SMITH & CO.
FrMt Kcllp.e IlnilT Ulna, Fied
era and Wlu Kepalrera,
OS to 101 Toplitr Si., Memphia.
avPratt Rovolving-Iiead Gini une
quHled. ritock now complete. Price
reduced. CorreMiondmoi ann "nit
tolicited. Old Gini Rei aired in First
lass (Jrdor. AH work guiiranteeu.
i. W. RalI.ET.
Late of Bailey A Cortncto)
O. W. MACRAE.
manufactnren to place ,on the r'b"