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EMLEOAD TIME TABLE.
tonlrriUMw Orlraat m4 Tex B'j
IMIIShirriTtLLd ni 1 m.
ead after Mar MlWti, puenir traini on
tbti road win ran ai ioiiowi:
JfAbl MAIL.
buuih.
Horih.
Kraphif wiimA.i.. 4i30p.m
4la . .B 6:89 p.m
lelanlT....... .C.... 10:N p.m
Vi.k.kn n 1 rK) a.m
9:36 .m
7:21 a.m
4 :(T a.m
1:13 a.m
th.l. :JS a.m 8:35 p.m
0flanf...-...H......::IOa.inl 6i) p.m
COfNKCII0N8. ,
With all llnoa entering. Mamrhle.
B-Wilh M. k N. W. R. R. lor JJ.l.na.
0 For Greenrill and liun tint ton, and all
Arkaaaaipolnti.
'-With V. A M. ind V.. 8. k P. Rallroadi.
-With N., J. k 0. B. R. lor Aatchei and
Jatkann. .
-For Poinu on the Bransh.
-With itjuimiri for Baron Bara.
With railroade divanini (or Florida,
Texaa and uoeaupoirju.
JAb. M. KI'W A KI8, V. P. Bad 0. M.
A. J-KAAPP. ft. P. A.
laalealppl 1 Tenneaae). Traini
or. a loliuarai NfwOrlnni mail arrirei
dailr at V;.& a.m. ; lear.i amy at 8:1)0 p.m.
ewport News and Mlaalaalpnl Vat-
Trmim mora M tollowi: Fait 'lot
leerea nt 10:(IU a.m.; ft. Lontl fast Una
leavei at i:M p.m. t Fait line arriree at IsSO
a.m.ibt. Ijobu tutnne arrirei at :ua a.m.
Lonl.vllle mnil BTaahvllle Traini
rore ai lullowi: Fut mall arrival dailr at
15 a.m.: laaral atl0:10 p.m. I mail loarel
(all? at 10:10 a.m.i arrivee at 4:00 p.m.
Browmrille aooommodatiom iearei daily'
aieept Sunday, at 6:00 p.m. I arrivei dailr,
Msept Bandar, at 8:80 a.m. (itandard time).
empbta Bad Little) Roek. Traini
mote a follow! (central itandard time):
No. 1 leavei dailr at 4:20' p.m.i arrivei at
I ifop.m. No. 8 leavei at 6:56 a.m. : arrivei
at 8 iW a.m. No. 6 (freiiht) leave! Ilopefield
daily (exoept Bandar) at 6:00, a.m. I arrival
at 7:10 p.m.
dnir Hnnte Kana nty. ftrlaar-
cll If emphlai Traini leave M. and
I. depot ai follow! i No. 4, Kavraa City ei
(real, leavei at iu:o ijd.ii
City axnreaa, arrival at 80
leavei at 10:46 jo. Ni. 8, Kaniai
inreaa, arrival at 80 p.m. No. 2,
aniaa Ulty mall, leavea ato:W p.m. I ao.m,
ianiai City mail, arrivei at 8:45 a. in. No,
f, Ht. Loaii and Chieaao rpree. leavei at
aiot) p.m.) No. 1, Bt. Lutii and Chioaioei-
preai, arrivei at 8:46 a.m. Ia effect Sunday,
inn in. law.
Memphis and I'hirlntoa Traini
nova
follow! i Thrnneh exnreil leave!
Jail
ailv at 10:40 n.m. Mail and ei ureal leavei
d.ilT at 10:110a in. Bomervllle aooommoda-
lioa leavei daily, exoept Sunday, at R:10
m. Thronxh exprem arrival daily at 5:25
a.m. Mall and expreii arrival daily at 1C:U0
S.m. Bomervllle aoeemmodation arrival
ally, except Snnday, at 8:30 a.m.
aenipttia, mrmlwa-ham and Allan,
ale Holly Bprlnn Route Traini move aa
fellowii No. 1 leavei Memphii daily at 8:15
p.m. : arrivei at Holly Hprlnii at 5i58 p.m.i
No. leavei Holly Siirlnai daili af 9:00
a.m., arrival at Memphii at H :16 a.m. I No.
(leavei Memphii daily at 7:16 p.m., arrivei
at Hollv Burin. at 11:45 n.m.i No. 6 leavei
holly Bprini daily at 3:15 a.m., arrival at
aaempme ajKMftajn
T1IE WEATHER.
ladtcatlona.
For Uittittippi: Fairweatlter'; nearly
stationary temperature; southerly windt.
For Louisiana, Texas and Arkamai,
Fair weather; nearly stationary tempera
ture j southerly winds.
For Tcnnetm and Kentucky: Fair,
weauur; no aecidta aiamje tn tempera
iure; easterly winds, shifting to southerly.
For Ohio and Indiana: Fair mather.
. . ...... .
nwnuy warmer; wwas snijttng to north
trly. The ricers will remain nearly stationary,
eletoroloejleal Mvporl.
MtiiFRti. Tm.. Honter hrr 2. 1MB.
Time.
Bar.
Tlier.
WiudT
W'ther
7:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
8:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
30.178
C1.0
88'0
77 0
N.E.
RE.'
Clear.
Olear."
30!i31,
10:00 p.m,
30. 1W
810.
Clear.
Maximum temperature, 88.0.
Minimum temperature, uu u.
Ozone, 11 a m., 2.
Kalnfall, O0O
In the Deitoa Kurloa.
BioHAL Basvici, U. S.Akmt,
September 2, 18S0-5 p.m.
Division of telegrams and reports for
the benefit of commerce and agricul
ture. Cotton region bulletin for the
twenty-four honrs ending September
2d, at 5 o'clock p.m.
rs Si
1. .g
3 .
9
g B B
3M
o
MEMPHIS D1S
TXICT. Memphis
Sashville.
Grand Jnnction...
Uorinth
Toscnmbia
Decatur
Hcottaboro
Hernando
Satosvllle
Grenada M
Uovington
Dyersburg, ........
Arlington
Brownsville., te
Miiaa
Paris..
Bolivar
Holly Springs
Oxford!.......
Sums. ...
Means -
88
85
89
$0
SD
88
85
85
85
87
88
112
91
88
01)
87
80
87
88
00
B7
00
00
60
fill
5U
55
60
fi3
55
55
52
58
65
45
60
03
02
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
'.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.03
.00
.00
.00
1071
8J
1084
67
.00
,1
DISTRICTS.
i ft r-
B
1 37
a S B
Wilmington ..
Charleston ....
Angus ta
Savannah ,
Atlanta.
70
81
80
81
8U
87
00
90
00
8
88
63
64
09
03
07
03
02
67
04
60
67
.00
!do
.03
.00
.03
.00
.04
!co
.U0
S Montgomery..
Mobife
j New Orleans..
1 Galveston
! Vhksbnrg
Little Bock....
Memphis
Bums...
Means .
947
S0 0
.07
01
03 0
CITY KEWS.
-The Tobog(an will run tonight.
- Mr. George Coleman ha? accepted
a position in tne Register s cilice.
The we a' her yesterday wai
,'ovely as cculd have been desired.
Century and Korth Amnican Review
'or September at Msnaford'c, 2W8 Main
-ireet.
I Ladies wi'l be admitted free to
he biseball g4me at Citistns Park to-
ay and tomorrow.
. United States Manhil Yancey
.ualiiled yes'erday and entered npon
ue du'ics of bis office.
'i la the Probata Court yesterday
L. Webber was appointed executor
i J. if. Juval, deceastd.
t Motions will be beard today by
odgei tilett, nl utiancery Uourt
ill then adjonrn until Monday.
! IJ. V. Pearson and Jamej Biggs
ave bten appoin'ed in place of IV
olmea Wilson and Kernan, dis
ifl5ed. Dave Pulitzer has bespoken win
r sl.ibliog far tight horsei at Mem
.'w. Anion j th?m will be Sir Joseph
i Brother Baa.
Licemcs to marry w?re Jesued
terJay tj IV. P. Gibbs and Annie
p. W. B K orta and Minn e E.
cd, James -W.l-jy and Jennet Gil
W'.L Hmth and .M'fln.'e M.
W. Grsen and JMattia
The wiil of tha la'.e Bobtrt
Wormeley waa admitted to probate
yesterday. He leavea a handsome sil
ver service as a souvenir to the wife of
h'a nephew, Robert Harris, and
the rfsidua of his estate to Mrs.
Marco Foli.
RfBu'.ar divine services will 1)8 m
surxied at the Temple of tbe Jewish
enngreeation? on Poplar street, at
o'clock tom'ulit. Tbe choir has been
rf organired, under the IradersViip of
Prof. Oharlija Winkler. Tbe pu'pit
win be occupied Dy tne itev. vr. bam
Cald. tvlio will deliver a lecture on
"The Kvils of Conventionalum."
WarJen Toraey, of the peniicii'
tiary, left la' t night with the following
convicts: Aaron .Brown, larceny, no
eais: (Jallie Brown, lirceny, liv
years; Lush Prown, assault to murdei
ten yea's; John I.icey, muider. fix
veais: CharlieScarhorioch, grand lar
ceny, three yearj; Ejua Harm'
finud larny, thrfe years; Lwann
Jonrs, pe-tit larceny, tiro years. Lacey
is only l.i years old.
The tlarin of fire for the Cot'age
Gallery was received and responded
ti at 0:35 o'clock a.m. yeater.lay, and
at 0:50 o'clock the aprii'atas hud re
turned to quarters. Therefore tbe en
tire time that the epparstui was ab
sent from quarters was precisely fif
teen minutes, and the s ntemeot mado
yettwday of needless interruption of
travel by tbe firemen would leem to
be incorrect.
PEUSONAL.
Siiebipf Cannon returned home yes
terday.
6. MonaBNTBAU, of Cinciona'i, is at
the uyoso Hotel.
E. C. JonssoN, of Lexington, Ky.
is at the Uayoso Hotel.
Ghorg Stover, of New York, i
stopping at tbe Gayoso Hotel.
M. Thompson and wife left for Mis
sissippl last evening on a visit.
O. P. Livermore, of Walla Walla,
Wash. Ter., is at the Unyoso Hotel.
Taeodokb F. Chaedaioynk, of New
York, is stopping at tbe Gaycso Hoto'
Miss Eva Strickland, of llndton
ville, Mies., is visiting at tbe residence
of Uspt Uillgra. oi Marjbail avenue
Sam I. McDowell, Chancery Clerk
and MaMer, is at home aga'n. lie
bas been summeiing at Waukesha,
and is much improved by bis tup.
Mb. W. II. Jones, a prominent
planter of hosier's Landing, Miss
and Miss Minnie Montana, a w-ll
known and popular young lady of this
city, will be united in marriage this
afternoon at 3 :30 o'clock. The core
mony will tflks place at Cavalry
Chnrcb, the Knv. Davis SeeBums"" t Hi
elating, and will be a quiet one, owing
to a recent death in the family of the
bride elect, l lie well wishes ol
host of friends follow them.
Miss Lknna Valerie Tiiombon, well
known in Memphis society, who went
to New York several months ago for
the purpose of perfecting berrelf in the
German, French and Ita ian laogungee,
and to etudy for the Btngo, has a host
ol menus who will be aratltlod to
know that she lim beon ergigad by
MMsr. Lehnon & Batemin to play the
leading bcavv role in the melodrama
entitled The Romany Rye. M its Thorn
em is raid to posfea emotional talent
of a high order, is an earnest and clcs3
s'udent, and a brilliant future is pre
dieted for her by such competent
judges of the dramatic nrt as Franklin
(Sargent, ol tbe .New lork Dramatic
School of Acting, acd tko veteran
stags manager and actor, r. F. Mack ay
whose pupil she is. NUs Thomson ft
summering on the gicauakts as tbe
guest of bermana.iora wdo.
ON 'CHANGE.
Ct.osiNO prices of Octobor options
at Chicago yesterday: Pork, $10 42J;
lard, Jti 87J; olenr rib eidrs, ifrt 07 j;
corn, jo; wueat, iis; oate.LVjc.
H. C. Forwood, New York ; Georgj
ij. ocnoranerger, new xora; u. u.
BnUer, Meadville.Miss.: W. J. Langh-
man, Knoxvil'e, Tenn.j J. D. Srnilb,
ureenviiic, jmihs. ; Airs, lvalue Uarter,
Or.ark, Ark. j Mies L'zzte llaxter, cityj
Jake wiiczinski, ureenville, Mies.;
Dr. J. A. Oarruth, Wileon, Li.j J. B.
Phillip, Brownsville, Tenn.
DON'T FOKUET THE DATE.
lolllae'a
Exruralon o Chicago,
Nrplrmbvr 7th.
If you averexpct to visit Chinsgo
with its tliousandi of cuiio.'ities, local
aitriictions, ainisf menta, myuteries
and wonders, eow is your time. Buy
your tickots at onoe and avail youwelf
oi uiisvory cneiip ana del ghiful ex
cursion ; and, beside, September is
certainly tbe meat drslr.hle and at
tractive month of the year to make
this trip, bje rates and farther par
ticulars in unothnr column.
LOCJAJL .NOTICES.
Da. O. D. Smith, Veterinary Bur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street,
P. M. Stanley, funornl director and
euibaliner, 65 Madison street.
See card of Gotdbaum Broj., whole
sale dea'ors in jeans clothing.
Wanted To borrow, 20;:0 on Im
proved city property, for two to five
years. Address J., tnis ofllce.
The Herbal Chili Core, the best
tonio and anti-i'ertodlo known. A certain
and iure oure for chills. Price 1 rer bot
tle. Send atamri tor oiroulnri. Any ref
erence ilxen, Addreii Joba 0. Kacker,
Lrnahberx, Va.
O. W. Miller & Co., Patent Asbeidcs
Fire Proof Koofers. For durability,
equaled by nrne. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and travel rooU No. 65
Madison streut.
Mant mothers sre unah'n r tin ma
tholr children. In such cases the best
substitute to be found is Mellin's
Food, prepared after L'eb'g'e frrmnle,
which his proved ty cor-espnnd physi
oloiricaliy with niotheru' miik.
THBmemberaof (he Womon'a Ex
change will meet this morning at 10
o'clock in ths Excbangs rooms A
full attendance is earnestly requested,
aa there is business of importance to
be transact id. By order of the Presi-
dent MRS. JOE BRUCE.
Studies at St. Agnej Academy will
be resumed on Monday, the 6th of
September. As an incentive to the
industry of the pupils, a handsome
gold watch preeotd bv Mr.Taylo'as
the "Maggie Ruffin Memoiial Pre
mium" will be awarded to the young
lady boarder who, having attained her
fourteenth yiar, bai excelled in all
school duties and requirements.
Fine Wa tea repair lag at MnlforJ'
Aollce.
Ail members of Pmnon's Kpgiuient
(First Missiteippi Cava'ry) are re
quested to meet at Grenada. Miss..
September 13.
J. fLM K,
J.B. KIM),
ftnd others.
Sfoiiogrnui Uituglew Mnlloxd.
Moniana, Q,
Brown.
MEMPHIS DAILY
H0.lil SiUEET SKY. IB.
r
A Deiallaa Malemtel of tke font ef
CoalroU,n.
Tbe work of building tbe Monroe
Street rower, one of the largest and
most difficult jobs of its kind wbi'h
the city bas as yet undertaken, is
nearly finished, and the following
items oi cost obtained from the en
gineer s office yestordny may be of in
terest. The toit of the construction
of the west end of Monroe street
fewer, beginning nt a point twe've
feet ean of man hole on levee, thence
east 531 feet (from June 1st to August
jsr, inclusive;, was at lollows:
531 feet of 24 inch nine at Ka i.er
. , font- i 604 45
16 brrrl of Portland cement at
75 60 (X)
12 borrelg of Ktaondale cement at
U 25 S7 00
23 barrels of Louigville cement at
$1 60 3 fit
2 W'eli of liine at 1 80
17 IoikH ol fun a nt 91 & 21
45(H) brirke at Hfl (HI
50 loada broken atone at 81 60 . 75 (.0
Total coat of material
Total nut of labor
IV) 00
l,flf4 00
Total coat of 531 lineal feet
Cnot of material per lineal foot
Cost of labor per lineal foot
.ti.iU 00
. 3 11
Total coat per lineal foot S
Main depth of eewor 43.39 feet.
4 51
The co?t of the construction of tbe
weet end of Monroe street sewer, be
ginning at a point V Inet east of man
bole on levee, tbence eat 700 foet
(from Jane 1ft to September 1st in
clusive), wai as follows:
71 a feet of 24 inch pipe . 1 95o ner
foot $
25 barrels of Portland cement at
i 75
21 berre'a of Hoaendale cement at
ti 25
44 barrel! of Louiiville cement at
II 50
6 barrela of llnia at 90u
756 20
93 95
47 25
64 00
4 5')
72 00
90 00
37 60
90011 brick! at t
hi) load! of broken atone at f 1 50
30 loadi of land at 91 25
Total eoit c f material
Total coit ol labor
..$1,1C7 20
m. 2,477 35
Total coat of 796 lineal feet $3,644 65
Colt of material ner lineal font B
1 47
3 11
Coat of labor per lineal foot
Total coat per lineal font $ 4 68
aiuln depin et fewer 43.U0 feet.
Toe above con loclud s two brick
manholes ab;ut 80 vertical feut of
brickwork.
COLLLVS' (JIt4.D EXCURSION
To t'blcnico
on Tueeday,
ber rib.
Bepiein-
Parlies from Memphis wishfnor ti
avail themselves of this very cbeap
and delightful excursion can bo via the
Aiemnuis, liirminiinam and Atlantic
and join the exenrsion at Hnl y
Sprini. Rale: Hollv Snr'nas to Obi-
cano and return, f 10. Or by the Mem-
ptiis anil unaritston nna 1 m the ex
cursion at Grand Junction; rite, $9 50,
Chicsso and reiurn. Or via tbe Louis
ville and Nashville and join the excur
sion at Jinan ; rate, y 0U. ur via the
Chesapeike, O.no and routbweitrrn
and join the excursion at Fulton:
rate, $7 50. Tickets good to return at
pleasure on lezular trains for twenty
dys. Excursion lcavs Hollv Sorinas
at 1:15 n. m , Grand Junction at 2:li0
p. m., Milan at 5 p. m., Martin At 0 p.
m. and 1-ulton nt (3:30 p. m. Tickots
for sale by regular ticket egnnts tf tbe
Illinois Central Kailrosd. Fur furtbor
Information addrefs U. L. Collins,
peneral manager of excurs'on, Milan,
lean.
TUB TURF.
Nherpalirad Bay Rare.
SiiBSPjUKAD IUv. N. Y., Hentember
z.Jc irst Mace ror all ages, teven lur
long. L'zzie Dnyer won iiy two and
half lengths ; Pontine second. Time
secona Jiace.t or two vear o da.
tbres qiiiir ersot a mi e. fiessio Juiie
won by four lengths; lt'ilala B'cond,
Hind tniru. Timo 1:15.
J'iird Race. For three year olds.
one mile and three-eighths. Aretino
won by a length and a half: Exile sec
ond, Bonanza third. Time 2:22 J.
Fourth Race. For three year olds,
mile and three-quarters. The Bard
won by six lengths; Ferrona second.
TI- 1 ,t-!-.l riv rt '
ijiriiHri uiiru. nine a:uo.
Fifth Race. Mile and an eitrhth.
Jim Gray won by a Imigth and a half;
lime wing secouo, pllnRQe'.d third.
Time l:5(il.
burin liace. TLree-ouarteis of a ml a
on tbe turf. Miry Kennedy won by a
onath; Goofallon second. Katie
Flttchar third. Timo-l:15.
RarloK at dinner Oak Pnrti.
IIartfohi), Conn., 8fptembr 2.
Six thousand persons witnoseed the
trottmat at Charter Oak Park todnv.
The groat event was the special HO,-
l):i(J staks r ci, it resu'td m follows:
Oliver K.,4, 2, 1,1. 1; Uel'o F., 1, 1, 3,
3, 3; rrince wuites, a, o, ' L', a;
Kenilwortb, 2, 4, 4,6,4; Bmuie Mo-
Ori-gor. 3, 3. 5, 4, 5. Time 2:153,
:iit, :i(it, -nut, z-.iis.
Solid Silverwiire Ht lUuHortr
ToPeonlo on Line of Mi. & Tenn.
k. u. towns s txcorsUn to
Chicago.
Arrangements have been made with
the Miwli sippi and Tennessee Kiilroad
to sen round trip tickets at reduced
rntos, to ennneot with this cheap and
dol'ghtfnl excurs on at Grenada, thuB
making it irjin tsenat tva lo (Jriicaao
and return on'y $l3 05;O'tno only
f 12 75; Satdin, $12 00; liateevillo,
sii -u: Vourtianu, ju w, ana other
etatinns in proportion. For ticket
and further inlormn'ion ee agents at
the (lifTi-rtnt etatinns. Excura'onists
on Mississippi andTf nnrsaee Kallroad
mtiBt leave oo evemog of 0th to con
nect with excursion at Grenada.
Order "31 nlforl Made Metfalia.
To Our CiiNtoiitcrs.
We have in it received a t;iri'0 line
of S'lnp'ei of piece gouds from the
great tailoring bouse ol
' JOHN WANAMAKKR.
and our comprehensive and liberal
ua-antee enables the customer to
dor from au agent without risk of
any so it, and as it cannot cost the cus
tomer anything whatever, if he is not
fatsned wiiliths ciotbing his money
win us letunded at once. Trices ex
tremely low for first c'as work.
THUS. RANDOLPH & CO., Agenti,
No. 15 Wait Court itreet.
Out RaitliMla-eiaii LJkJroiaralq ta da
yr riawiiBf.
A Triad Remly for Bllloaenf a.
Thoia who luffcr from diiorder or inao
tioa ol the liver will never get tha upper
hand of tha anruly organ to loni ai they nit
inch Irrational remadiei ai blue pill, calo
mel and podopbyllln. But from tha tried
and popular medicine, Hoa'etter'i stomach
Bitten, they may expect relief with a cer
tainty of obtaining It. The influence of tha
Uitteri npon the great biliary gland ii direct.
iwertul and anaedilv fait. Tl,. r.ll.r r.
orded ii not apa.uiodie. but eomnlaia and
crui-nrui. j ua i.iiowne.i ol the ikin,
urred appaaranea of the tongue, indigei
'I'll. rtWIlt.nill. nJt.ll.i.hB. nxi.AS ... . n .
iii.i.uiii in. niini ri.ie and ibouloer in tact,
every acooinpun'inent of tbe ooilinnte onu
plaint are ent raly ai d proinptlv removed by
a coureo thii ineaiimabls uiediome, in be-
neni.g from etery quarter, and from all
claetci of looiety.
APPEAL FRIDAY,
1IOTEJL AKKIVAL8.
PaalNMljr Hatel.
O. B. Q ALLOW Ar" k CO PanrwiToe
nau oo ana n par day, aoc.rJina to
ue and looation of room Special
ratal made.
J II Freer an. Tenn W L Leodrutn, Kf
Mrn K B Aibloy, Ark W U A.hley, Ark
J JoDM Uw, 'lf. MnJ Wnnd. Va
Miu Hunter. Va Mr. V iu,,w,..i...Tcn
JJriJ D Latimer, Tex Mn U Hpinner. Va
raorrn, va u H Trimb e. Tenn
W W Lnsilev. Ark
J II Mclina
.Id. Tenn
Mn M J Morton, Ky
J A Denton, .fni
F J l'liiilire. N V
J K Warner, Tenn
II Frnnk.W Y
I) H Conn, Wo
M Levy A I, La
II 11 M.llcck, Kv
Ji u Urown, f
H W liradlev. Kv
0(JM-Juire4,J1in
w Wood, Ky
Mra L M Arnold, Mo
i I'reili.n, Mich
M D lloweil, Mo,
L 11 Aiidur.o ', Ky
w u Aii'lrewf . hi
u V intuin, hy
Mr Wilkeraon
, Mur Mii Wilkenon, Mill
E J Wenilel, lenn
Ml 1, 'P m
W h Moore, Tenn
W Lnwrence. Tenn
W E Vauithn, 'fonn
W Wilion, Tenn
JA Wara.Tnnn
J HS'uiirt, Tenn
Jt L MuCann, td
C M 8iur'('n. Mtsi
V J UninM4. Mi.H
T I' Johnaton, Tcnu
II Y Dunks, Ohio
WDUreanello. NY
U K Dowell, Ud
(1 W Amnion!, La
Mil. K Price. Mi!a
w u K(iliertAw. juisi
JV W t'nmpbell, Mill AJ Vincent. Ubio
Aira e llou'ton, Mla V (J Ho yd, Ohio
K Krltlf,... N Y IT M li....all T.nn
J 1 Mo'urthy.lArk W P Hoinun, Ark
C'.rnorn, &rk J W htemer, Ind
HTKirid.Ky PMllutler.La
T 1' Price. Mui D B Herman. Miaa
W A flunkott, Ark A ECraia, i'a
The Keitr Uaroto,
FARRINQTON, 6TEWART A WHITE,
PaOFaTBT-ORft.
Katei, $2 50 to W per day, aooording to leca-
iion oi rooma
hr S A TWeri A wTenWra Colecamp, Tonn
u n iuouaven.aiua, j w liuohanan. Ml!!
Napoleon liill, Tenn E L Smltb, Tenn
E F Lawreuoe, Tenn lka Morrii. Tenn
W R Vauuhn, Iowa Mia L Vaughn, Iowa
i. yy moaeiey, lenn v l Tripp, (Jala
B C Lanior, Mill W M Farringtnn Teh
i r unaruaroyne.n l 0 wiinntki. Aim
J Bulton, NO UU Washburn, Mo
C B Livermore, WI C T Stiff, l'a
ITMorri!, Ark C E Wi.eman, Ark
T E Battle. Ark R J Sheldon, Mii
C T Armitad, Mill J R J l)oula!H, Tenn
L Terroll, Tenn C MoCiain. Ky
L S (Iruh.in, Ky (1 Iiiion, Ky
R Kirk, Mira UW Day, Mill
H (1 Campbell, NY V A Hen, N
WBCatchini Af.Tenn L II Puna, Pa
O Btoror, NY ti C Stone, Ark
tA I, i : . -1. -1 1 ui.. ii, m i . t
J I) Stetart, Mo II D Richmond, Mo
F J Koefur, Ala J Kvenon, Ala
I. U Waterman, Miaa U P Calvin, Mill
F h Strother. Ark W Rl- ck. Ark
TOoldamith, Ky M J Frank, Ky
L T Judion, Tenn R U Iteemii. lenn
R (1 Line, Ark L O Atkiuaon, Mm
Kotb Jobnaon, Ind T J Wilton, Ind
L 8 Fielda, Ind R II Sandif'nrd, Tenn
A B lluchnan lenn K Bowmen jr. Miu
E C Johnion. Ky II C Jenkina. Mira
H Morfianthan, Ohio M Knahland. Md
Miu Ellrod, N Y SJHitt, NY
L (1 Iliirdnr. Ala R C Locar. Tnnn
J B Powell, Tenn HC Hopkini, Mo
E (J Olark, Ark R J Nonbit, Ark
8 F Martin, Min T B Little, Mies
I, Cj llammell, Miai.
Dnfly'a Knropean Hotel,
Corner of Adama and Main atreeti. Rooma
Buo, 75o and II per day i Amerioan flan,
12 per day.
Firft-claaa Reatanrant In the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY Uu yean wilhPeaoody Hotel)
Proprietor.
FJ Caldwell Tenn OW.Dnllev.Ky
Dn V Burke. Ind
Wra Klewar:, wis, Ala
II Snvdor. La
J F Rl odei, Ark
U Munu, Ark
J Ha ley. Miti
Flinrt. Mo
J C Hcymour, Oft
FMPugh, Mill
J A Alston, Tenn
J W Jonea, Tenn
JI WW atti, Tenn
w T Jaokion, Tenn
A 15 nvuimei. lonn
W M Sievenion.Tenn D Conta. Ill
B Htcven!, Tono K A Wriirht, Tenn
C F WriKht, Tenn AHaer.Miaa
P M Morrii. Tonn C U Campbell, N J
R M liabcock. Mo Miss R Rice. Ark
Miu A L Roby, Mill Miae J Rohy, Mi a
iuibb r i'lcneuti iua" i.iuuii, iuikb
JW Brown Aw, Kf (J Wilmott, N J
w u Allen, Ohio . iiU aim
W R Johnson. Tex J R Robertion. Mlal
J B Feriruion, Ark II L Jamiaon, Ky
U U Aleiaudor, Mich T 1' Wood, ArU
w l urankiin, ix j.
Wnaton'a Hotel.
n nmriniu j . -. .
European plan. Enlara-ed and ret'urniihed.
f rioei aoooraing to ano and looa-
tion of roomi.
W I) Gray, Tenn DEGibion, Ark
II Cook, Tenn E 1 Garnette, Ky
B W Buririn. Tenn Mm Brandon.t-c, Ark
L Schwnrv. Ark W F Lourov.tw. Miu
'I 0 bickinion.t f.Tex T T Douirliiia, Miia
W B Robion.Tenn W P Glbba. Ark
It M Htevenaon, Tenn J Turnoy, Tenn
W N Youna. Atk E B I'oonior. Ark
MrsCRnimnckAcMiraMri W R Kolisnn.Tenn
Aiiaa Uoiifon, Tenn Master Hobaon, Tenn
J N Ford.TeuD
Mina M W ar.i, Ky
S P Wilaon, Tenn
II P Audrey, Ark
J K Waddy, Tenn
L A Cook. Mm
M J Clerk, Tenn
V! N Mower. Ua
Miu M Werner, Ark
E P Wntklm, Ua
R J illiiima, Tenn
.1 Bright, Tenn
E M Midtett, Tenn
Mia M Ward, Ky
JDriaith.Mira
Ol1 Barton, Tenn
S Rauman, La
ft H&uuiAn. ir. T.a
J Jny. lenn
K Underwood, Tonn
J McCombi, Miai
RJ Ucbowrie, Tenn
M Gavin. Tenn
J W Jnmri, Mill
B U Milerhold, Mill
Mi L Werner, Ark
P Klerner. Ind
Mill E Miller, Tenn
A Motor. Tenn
j K Sex on. Ark
J Robion, Tenn
E L Smith. Tenn
J II ll.rdinn.Mo
Miai 1 Uauman. La
H ti Sandera, Miia
E Cainmnck. Mill
J F Henderi'onAw.Ark
J W Little, Ky
MnOWFaiaonf,Miai
F Lane, Ohio
Mla (1 Sni'th. Miai
U W Faiaon, jr, Miai
R B MoMahon. Miai w L Aikim, Md
WO Brown, Ark R W McFerrun.Ohio
M b Jay, lenn.
IX1ERESTIXG.
Nrplambcr Is the Mtoatb to Visit
CblritBO.
If yon wish to avail yourself of one
of the cheapetst and moat att'Hctive
excursions cn record and a visit t j tbe
greatest city on earth lake the Collins
excursion to Chicago on next Tuesday,
beptember i ,h. over tr.o ll.ino:6 Uon
tral rai road. People from stations on
tbe connecting roads can procure
tickets and o:n this fxcn'Bion at tm
ton, Martin. Milan, Jackion. Grand
Junction, Holly Springs or Grenada
Bee raUs, etc., in another colcmn.
Mnlford, Jeweler. 2JJ1 flafn. so
licits orders ironi the country.
Sabaerllte far th "Appeal.'
ADDITIONAL U1VEUS.
PiTTf boro, Pa., September 2. Night
Kivi-r i feet incheB on tne grtnee
and rising. Weather clear and cool,
Whkkuno, W. Va., Ssptamber 2.
Night Kivnr 2 feet 4 inehes on the
gnugeand using slowly. Weather clear
auu cool.
Locibvim.8. gentombor 2. Niaht
Biver falling, with 5 feet 2 inches in
the canal and 3 joet on the falls.
Business dull. Weather clear and
pleasant. . .
Ht. Ixcih. Sertembfr 2. Night-
River filling, witu 5 fet0 inches on
the gaugn. Weather warm acd threat
ening.. Ko arrivals, Departed: Ulty
of Cairo, Vickitbnrg.
Cincinnati, Sep'ember 2. Noon
Klvm 7 ieet I inch tn tbe gangs and
stationary. Weather clear anu cool
The Buckeye State, announced de
parted fir K ow Orleans last night, lays
over until t rttunlay.
Cairo, Pept?imber 2. Night River
9 feet H inches on the gauge and fall
ing. Wriilher fair end pleasant. Ar
rived: re'Otr, Memphis, 8 p.m. De
parted: D. R. Powell, Vinkburg, 4
p m. j Deto'o, Cincinnati, 6 p.m.
Kon-Kesldeat fiotice.
No. oMl, R. D.-In tha Chancery Coirrt ol
bneiur uounty, Tenn. blaie oi lennai-
Se vi. ba'an anone et ai
t appearing from bberirT'a return in thii
pea vi. Sa'ah Zanone et al
cauaa tbat the defendant, Mra. U ll.il,
Bertie Ilall and Harry liall, ara not to be
found in hit county i
It II tneretoro ordered, mat tney male
their appearance herein, at the Court-House
ot Mielliy county, in Mempnn, lenn., on r
belnre the firat Monday in Uoiober, 1 H , ud
plead, aniwer or aeniur to rouipiainani i
bill, or the mini wi'l be lakes for confcMed
ai io them and let for bearing ei parte; and
thnt a oopy of thie order be published onoe a
week for four auooeairo week, in the Mem
phi' Appeal Tliia id day ol September, lWti.
A f ipy Atteal :
8 I McDoWELL. Clerk and Maater.
Ry H. F. W.lfh, 1). 0- and M.
F. H. AC. W.lleUke.l, Solicitors fot Com
plainant. . ..i
SEPTEMBER 3. 18SU.
JA9I C. BEIX, rretildeut.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY
No a. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET,
-WHOLESALE-
ter SPECIAL I'HICES to Xiilrond
JAES 31. aOODBAR.
GOODBA&GO
BOOTS
Ko. Sin M4IX
f.:921?!JI," ?t0,?k 1 ?':
l L""V." ' a ' -.1. "71nVI?ulne i"an'a
Between & Betwixt
Too Early for the Fall
Late for Summer.
Too
Hints How to Save Money.
aw It la between aeaaona in tha clothing
trade. Tha demand tor maimer goodi ia
now over, and 'uyeri are not yet thinking
of fall goodi.
Tha Miiflt Clothing Par! on, 262 Beoond
treet, do not believe In dull aeaiona. Ooodi
can alwaya be told, provided prlcei are
placed low enough. The way to do buiineu
la to do it. If trade it dull force It. That'l
hat we now propoie doing. Of eourae wa
till hava goodi on hand which wa do no
oare to oarry over. Now wa propose to aell
these goodi. IJowT Why, by telling them
much lower than they coat ut.
B A HO. 11 AS TO
SNAP AT!
Modium-Walght Suits Juit
tha Thingt
for Fall Wear.
Light-Weiiht Snlta-Bolow Colt.
Fine Medium-Wiight Fanta carried from
the Spring.
Heavy-Weight Panti-for Winter Wear
at Half Winter Prioea.
A General Clearing Sale
We intend to loll all our preient itook be
for our Fail Good! arrive. Mow ia tha
chance to recure great bargain!. It will pay
you to atock ap now with the Sniti and Panti
you may not neod until tha fall. Fall will
loon be here, and what you can lava now
will be a lucky inveal ment.
Nl'Cl lal. NOTICE Odd and Ends ol
Suit!, and Odd Coati and Veiti, at remarka
bly low prieei.
Misfit Clothing Parlors,
262 Second Street,
Opposite) Court Sqnare. Memphis;
Mr Open Evcaioga antll 7 8atar
anlnya.nntll 11,
rAU alterations to insure aperfeot fit,
done free of rh.rge.
Deviled C'raba, Kbrlnap,
Nalnion, Irfali Can Blaokcrel,
Nnrdlut f, l.obalcra,
II rook Tronl, Oyetera,
Mackerel In lomalo I'atiop,
Bvreet MatTcil Plcklea,
Sour Fickle by thecal, anil Injara,
rick led Onion, Hoi Reliab,
Wooaler Sauce, Tomato t'nlenp,
Caper, Hnatanl, Carrjr Powder.
Kalad IU-ralnr, Olive. Olive Oil,
Cream t'lieeae, Celery Sauce,
Celery Suit, Etc., Ele.
J. F. BTTCKHAM fe CO.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Importer! and dealer! In 9nni.immn
nttlon and FlaliinatTaekle, Hnllder
naraware, Meeirie Delia anil Aa
nanelatorafor Hoteliand Keiidencei.SaS
Main alreet, Memphle. Tenn. Electric
uppiiai alwayi oa nana, ttepair'n neatly
aon.
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
811EA & MCCARTHY, Propr's,
40, 112, Ui Front, Memphis.
"S10T TBI IiARG KST BOILKR BH0P8
l I t ..k- C kk I . 1 , i .
iu uw pv.iui ana me only oompiew
Boiler and Bh.ct-Iroe Worke In the city.
Haunraetarer of beavy olate Iron
i iroaii
Special
worn oi every neaciipnon.
ettenHv -tn tn rlalilnn work.
It. KUPFERSCHIillDT,
IMPORTBR AND DEALER IN
Hans, Ammnnltlon, Fishing Tackle
na imsft-itBii HiMiiin.
WnOliKSACB AND RETAIl.
V34 Mala Mtree.1. innnhii. t..mi
Kanafaotarlag and Repairing ot Quni t
nnemaitv.
Young k Brother.
Booksellers and Stationers,
a IS Mala St., HemphlrsTem
Lacrolx's Mineral Colors,
Artists' Haferials,
TUBE PAINTS. CASTAS. Etc.
Frank Schumann,
-'. .iT-'frrt;'
Importer and Dealer la
nna, rtahlner Taekle and Snort.
meal ajappllna. a- Bneolal attenUo.
given to WANUJACIL'RlSa and K-
J-AllUMi. TM
home here, and perhapa more than any houe inn h ol theOhii river, j. iufficint evidei
the trad. We liill carry a large line of l US Mm-M 4 UK UUIIIIS, including the
Dittmin ACo. i Ladiea' kid, Goat and Call, beiidei a large variety of other makea.
113 Stain StnSfenjhlej, Tens
MANUFACTURERS AND
-OF-
.ariiess.
ant levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness, -fr.
ESTADtjIfJIIH naOGO.l
WW. I.. CLARIi. v J. UARKIXGTOX
WIIOIjKBALB
& SHOES
STREET MEMPHIS.
AKI HIIOES-the lareeat in thia market, and
viait ng iiiemnn.a to oii anil extmine the
denca
the
THB IMMENSE
To the Trae aad Smoker
REPUBLIC
Have attained, faai indnced unprincipled mannfacturera to place on the market a base
imitation, e hertb cauiion the public tbat i ll Henuine Cinrroa will bear A KEO ieal
on each box. and our Factory Number, KIMI,. Sili llialrlrl, N. Y. '
The only all long Havana filler oigar on the market for O centa.
GBO. 3F. XjXXSiS tte CO.,
Factory 200, 3d Distric t, S. Y.
100N & JOYHEB, Wholesale Agents,
II k HAMLI ORGANS
"THE STAXDAKD OF THE WOULD."
PARLOR AND CHAl'EL STILES, $25.00 ANU UPWARD
arTERMS Caah, or eaay Monthly Installment!. Write lor Illuitratei Catalogue. -va.
O- ESI- 3E3I01TOES: C3 oo.
sole Abr.xrs ron the south west,
3Mo. QUO BAaln Bit., IVI o xa t li 1 ai . Teun.
Id Union Street, Nanhvllle.
E.WITZM
IVlioIcsale Healers and I iiblibens,
Solo Agenti for the following Fint-Clasa Inatrniienta;
MAlWOS Kranlch & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
ORGANS Clough ti Warren, and Smith American.
r A JJEW 7 0CTAVB PIANO FOR l0.-sa
Write for dialogue-. ,o. 231 ami 22:t SeeoutI Mreot, Memplils
WHOLESA
JIST RECEIVIXO AA O IN STOKE,
l.OOO liass Wew'Crop (K?aoa 1SS), Itio C'oflec.
3.4MM Iron Hiitl Nleel aiU ImmI brands.
l,oMi liarreln Itotinctl Snar-all jrr.ntes.
lOO barrels Iew Crori (reason lsi6), U.'ce.
l,noo itkfiN. l.eal anil ICefliifd l.Hitl.
ISO tierces anvasetl lianiH.
lOO boxes ftrenklasi liai on.
l.OOO h:ii Nboi. Pontler ami Caim.
1'iOOO luaxes t'auned JoaiN, Sartliuef. Oysters, Etc.
l.OOO Iixn. inre iew C ream Clieosc Miver lUoou Itrand.
1,000 bag baitl-iiekeil Viriuiaaiul Tennessee Peanuts.
laimraeliirers of llto eelebrated brands of ML-
TF.IS MOO.aud JltMl IUI'iire hlltk Candy, and Itakiu
l'owdor.
Importei'M or I'dreisn I rnils, JLeiuous, uranges,
KaUius, AiiIm, t.iv.
Nos. 284 and 2S6 Main
(SITL'OESSORS TO H EACH AM A IIORFOH)
Old Siand, No D Union St., Mempliis.
WO
ODBuFF.-k LIV
MIUIb tke market,
neater
KJg,aatl7-
Carriages
Buggies
S09 MAIN STREET,
Speer's Cotton Gin
1 REMOVED TO
Haling from Mulberry
o
l Insurance and Sacks free.
fiThe Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
"Best Yield. Best Sample.
Goldbaum Bros
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealer" In
j No. 344 Main Street
r. mm sk mm f m m.'ai ti .' -
. F. MEi rii, hee'y and iei.
CO.
MEMPHIS. TENN
JOBBERS
JOVEH.
TESESSEE.
on. of the 'arg.it lo be found in any market-
eama. The fact tbat we sell more than any other
Gollars9
v a.
IIFAMY
that r.ur kidii mil nricea ur flHtii actor tn .
oe'ebrsted 'ieo. Honker Calf Bot.i, Kripponuort.
Our Kaitern made good cmoiit be aurpianed by '
POPULARITY OCE
. Ho, 1100 Olive Mreet, Ht. LoaKX
Street, : Memphis, Tenn.'
with a rail aewort
New and
FlBl.keel
Saddlery.
Harness.
i t MEMPHIS. TENN.
to St. Martin Streets.
Memphis, Tenn.
a v a ' 1 nv
LE 6R0GEBS.
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