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1 :li a.m
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2 :IU a. m
1 2 : 1 rt a.m
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y.w Orleans...-. H...
v irlmbnTg .
f:4i a.m 5:00 p m
I'JjrJno'n 2: p.u
S:4.' p.m1l:l0 a.m
7: IS p.mj 7:30 a.m
A-Wlth all lines entering Memphis.
B-WIU M.1N.W.R. H. for Il.l.na.
J For (Ireenrille end Huntington, and all
P-Wlth V. A M. and V,. 8. k P. Railroads.
J-With N.i J. A0.B.E. for Matches and
S-Fnr I'omta oa the Branch.
-With iImdui (nr Ilayou Here.
A With railroad! direrg inf for Flo'rida and
Pullman Buffet 6leeplng Ctrfon all tralnt.
J AS. M. HOWARDS, V. P. endO..M.
M. BVRKK, UtnarU Sup't.
A.J.KNAPP. G. P. A.
la.m., Mir 1, la, f
Indications for Memphis and vicin
ity: Wanner (air weather. Bluet res
mil, ped sun.
For Ttrmenee and the Ohio Valley
clearing and fair wither,
widt Incoming variable
Misr-sta, Turn., April 30, 1M6.
" Time. Bar. Ther. Wind. W'thcr
7:00 a.m. R9.R21 50.0 W. Clear
11 :00 a.m. C 904 55 0 N.W. Olondy
:00 p.m. M).(M4 01.0 N.W. O'eitr
7:00 p.m. W.41 2.0 N.W. Clear
10:00 p.m.frh, 972 65 0 E.'. Clear
Maximum temperature, (13.0.
Minimum temperature, 54.0.
Orone, 11 a.m., 0.
All olservations aro taken on 75
meridian timo, which is one hour Cantor
than local time.
la th Cotton Iteglon.
Signal Skrviok. U. R. Army,
April 30, 1880-5 p m.
Division of tolpgrami and rcpwti for
the benefit of commerce ami affricnl
tore. Ootlon region bulletin (nr the
twenty-four honra ending April 30th,
f o'clock p.m.
Twot. ? B a B 3 ff
f g 9 b p
Memphis 03 64 .01)
Hashvllle... ......... OH 4!) .
Grand Janction... 07 47 .00
Corinth 70 45 .00
Tuscumbia ......... 71 4!) .00
Decatur .. 75 40 .00
(tooltsboro.. ........ 70 43 .00
Bateaviile..... 71 48 .00
Hernando-........ 05 43 .1)1)
Grenada 72 45 .00
Arlinuton 70 40 .CO
Prownsvillo......... 07 48 .(0
Milan... 70 4!) .00
Paris... l 35 .00
Oovlnnton........... 00 f0 -00
Dyarnburg 07 48 .00
Bolivar .. 4lt .(10
Holly Kprings fill 50 .00
Oxford 72 60 .00
Rums........... 1317 888 .
Meant CO 47 .00
- "'".4rr.. i fg-Bf
3 a a a R.
Wilmmgton (15 61 .10
Charleston 70 62 .04
Aogutit 72 63 ,13
Savannah 82 62 .00
Atlanta 73 63 .17
Montgomery 70 65 .00
Mobile 78 61 .00
New Orleans...... 80 61 .
Galveaton 83 60 .03
Vicksbarjt 77 60 .
Little Iiork 70 40 .00
Momphia 00 41 .00
Sums... 002 C.L'l .44
Mesn 75 52 .04
Mottona in tho Criminal Court
- Marring IU-piiros were i eued yes
terday to Henry liutUt nnd MiHH llettio
Jnntea K (loodlett wns vcs'crdny
appo ntevl admiuiNtrutor of llonry M.
.ludgo I'i ree presided in tho
Criminal Court yesterday and re
ceived tho report of the grand jury.
PrcHidnn'. lladden iH nt home
agiin, but bis brief trip to ltiloxi does
mot appear to have been of any advan
tage to him.
The business of the Circuit Court
will be wound ni for tho term on
Monday, hen Judge Pierce will sign
the minutes for tin term.
After mnch figuring, it has been
4ocidcd to ho'd tho primaries open
from 5 to 7 o'clock, which will g VO
all hands a chanco to vote.
At a mooting of tho Central Coun
eil'of tho Tennessee Unr Association,
presided over by Col B M. Kstes, it
wan decided to bold a meeting of the
AHHociution in this city July 1st
- Criminal Court will not be in res
aion to-day on account of tho dealii of
Mrs. Judge Douglass. Calendar for
Monday: 1S5, John Siiw; 1:4, W.
fl. Kogers; 82, J. W. James; 14S-14I),
The grand jury was busy with
tho Sunday ball plovers yesterday.
The clubs were all indi ted on com
plaint of t e members of thodariy
church in the vi inity of tho park,
who complain that public worship is
Treasnror Green' bmeflt prom
ises to ba a big success Tickets are
on Halo at all of the cigar 8 amis and
hotula, and are gelling rapidly. The
Doctor oi Alcantara is one of the brigh'
ent cp m-tuia ever produced in this
city, and there has been a big demand
for it ever since it wus produced at
the Young Men's Hebrew Association
Daily rehear alo of the Itwtur of
Aknvta'it are going on and the cat-t
feci confident that the pnfenttition of
that delightful operetta for Treasurer
Urreu'a benetit next Thursday night
will bo lunch mum complete, artistic
aiuicnjoa lo tbnn when it was lir.-t
prei i ted here about three months
ago. The fale f tickets is largo.
- The jury in the cae of . C.
Pea "( v-i. Su'ga i' I'ettit re urned ft
vtidiet fortius defendjuN on nil tbe
loin's in routnivcrny, and by tlieir
vcr'.ict said that the wile from Pciiicj
to fcuggs A I'ettit wast valid and legal
sale; that there wu no fraud practiced
hy Puggs & I'ettit upon said l't-ari-e,
but that the whole transaction wus
fair and square.
John Ping, formerly a eitir.en of
the Cel.stiul empire, was to have
Ixn tried in the Criminal Court to
day for pawing a "o-eonnterfcit bill
njM)n Ham Lee, lonnerly of the city of
l'e.in. The following nromineni
Americans are Ktimmonetl as wit
nesses against John Chinaman: Al
len Bing, Hart Sing, 1-ouis Lug ui;d
and Henry String.
Honses srd lots for sale in front
of Cs CouiMb u8 to day, commenc
ing at 1 J o'cieck norn, 'z : IIjihb
and lot on the noituwett corutr (f
Linden srd lrver f.tn-els; store-house
No. 238) Front street ; rt8idiic No.
!-' Cooit street ; bouse No. 374 Unit n
street; bouse and lets on east side of
Orlfasa t rtet; lot No. 3 of Hams'
subdivision on Cow Inland.
The announcement of Mr. John
F. McCallum as a candidate for re
election to the office of Begister ap
pears in another column. Ho is a
sterling Democrat and one of the most
popular men in the county. His
duties have been discharged in a
highly satisfactory manner during tho
past four years, ami the man who is
elected will bovo to lieat him. His
chance are excellent.
The Rev. G L. Knight, the heal
ing evangelist, will lecture at Raleigh
at 8 o'clock to-morrow evening. He
cornea from Fort Scott, Kas., und
claims to bo able to mako the blind
see, tho deaf hear and tho lnme to
walk. He rropowes to publish a book
entitled Mirarlrt fur thir Time, in
which tho glove of Ingersoll. the blat
ant Goliath of the nineteenth century,
is picked up, and his challenge to the
church to prove her doctrine by work
ing miracles is accepted.
It is proposed to hold I'nion
meetings at A very chapel each night
next week, beginning Monday, May
3d, for tho bftieiit of tho, young peo
ple. Speakers are appointed to pres
ent addresses upon the following
themes: Monday, "Moral Iteform;"
Tuesday, "Amusements;" Wednes
day, "Temperance" a mans-meeting
on and tho means of saving young
men from harmful resorts; Thursday,
"The Sabbath Question;" Friday,
"F.arly Training of Children."
A mission will be opened nt St.
Mary's church, on Market street, Sun
day, May 3d, and continue during
ono week. Tho Franciscan Fathers
Augiistin, McGlory and Francis will
conduct it. The services on Sundays
will bo us follows: At 8 o'clock, mans,
and at 10 o'clock high mass opening
sermon. Vespers at 3 o'clock in the
afternoon. At 7:30 o'clock p.m., ro
sary sermon or lecture and benedic
tion of the blessed sacrament. Dur
ing tint week masses will be at 5 and
8:30 o'clock a.m., and at 7:30 o'clock
in tho evening rosary, sermon and
Tho meeting of BannorLodne No.
147, I. O. O. F. last night was a highly
interesting one to the members of the
order who were present ou that occa
sion. Hon. H. B. Case, the Grand
Master oi tlio Urand Jnlgo of Ten
nessee, honored it with his presence.
and a large number of the Past
Guards and other members of the sis
ter city lodges and several visitors
Irom other Stutes weru also in attend
ance, f luring tho evening a candidate
was Initiated in tho usual excellent
and impressive manner that this live
and progressive lodge is noted for.
Tho members were also highly enter
tained uy a oriel aitiiress Uy the Urand
master and remarks Irom Jacob
Deutch from Little Rock, Prof. W. 8.
Jones, T. G's. W. S. Bruce. J. W. X.
Browno and D. F. Jackson. Alto
gether it was a pleasant anil ngroeahlo
evening to the members of the order.
Sole Agents Tor Horace B. Kelly
Co.'s Key West Cigars. ,
Tho trade supplied at New York
prices. A full assortment constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by us: Gay ono Hotel stand,
Toabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. I. BAMBLSON A CO.
Great Closing-Oat Me of
If you wish to purclmsft good,
choice shoe f ir less than they can
hi made for, do not wait until tho
slook is broken, bat call at once.
See our srand display in this
line. Such beautiful and exiiuisitti
(lesluns in Fans hava never boeu
shown in Memphis. Many ate
OUB OWN IMPORTATION
And styles conllned to ns. We
guarantee onr prices to be lowor
than any house in tho city.
Nivelths In French and genu
ine Hootch Pebble Jewelry. Tbe
very latest novelties in tbe market.
GLOVE DEPAUTMEMT J
We have undoubtedly tbe larg
est and moot varied line of Ulovea
in the Southwest. Our assortment
ie always complete.
Kid Gloves for Ladies,
Kid Gloves lor Misses,
Kid Gloves for Children,
la all shades and styles, at lowest
FOSTER'S Genuine KIDULOTES
la every honk, shade and color. A
large sortment constantly on
hand. Silk and Lisle Gloves. Tna
largest stock in the city at prices
to tuit the times.
Five thousand Parasols at pop
n ut price. W look f ir quite a
rnsh for ra-a?o'.B to-day, bat we aro
u epared for it. 0 r siock is ua
usually Urge, containing all the
new 8'yles, mauy of which cannot
bo f jund elsewhere.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, MAY 1. 1886.
Ban IIitbst of St. Louis is spending
a few days in the city.
Mbs. K. R Riciiman, formerly Miss
Sadie Higbee, is visitiig lit r aunt,
Miss Jenny M. Higbee.
Confirmation will ta-e rlaco at
Immanual Church, 2.4 Third street.
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Tho
Rt. Rev. C. T. (iuintard will olticiate.
The Rev. Dr. Patterson will preach
Capt. Ed. P. If akt has returned
from an extended tour of the Eastern
cities in the interest of the National
Transportation Company, introducing
the Archer Gas Fuel, with which he
bus leen very successful.
Tin Ripley AViri announces that
Mrs Meriwether will be in Ripley
r-aturday and Sunday, the 1st and 2d
of Mav. She will deliver an address
Saturday night at the Methodist
Chmch. Subject: "Does Prohibi
tion Prohibit, its Enemies Tt'em
sclves being Judges?" Sunday night.
"White Ribbon and White Cross.''
Snndav afternoon at the Methodist
Church of the colored jwople. Sub
j ct: "Our Nation's Shame."
Mas. Ei.iiiktii P. Douo uim, wife of
Judge A. II. Douglass, of the Crimi
nal Court, died at the family residence,
corner of Shelby and McG'all streets,
yonterday afternoon. Mrs. Douglass
was formerly Miss Randolph, snd was
liorn at Macon. Ga., on the 24th of
April, 1830. She was married to
Judge Douglass, on her twentieth
birthday, at that place, and came Im
mediately to Memphis, where she has
sinco resided. M rs. Douglass was a
prominent member of the Women's
Christian Association and tho Second
Presbyterian Church, and has always
taken a deep interest in all religious
matters. She was a true Christian,
and in her death tho poor and needy
lose a strong friend. Mrs. Douglass
leaves a husband and six children,
two sons and; four daughters, all
grown, to mourn her loss. Tho fun-e-al
will take place this afternoon
from tho Second Presbyterian Chnrch,
corner of Main and liculc streets.
THE LE1DEII IN LOW PRICES.
Oar Aim to Beach Evtry racket.
Oar Clothing Kqanl to Caatom
Hatin. Behold end ba astonished
Men's and Youths' Stylish Sui'sat
$7 60 and upward.
Men'i and Youths' flue Caisimere
Su'ts, f 10 and upward.
laoo, (Mo, a-jo.
Will buy floe Corkscrew Suits,
wblch are ca in the latest stylep,
in Oni and Four button cutaway
Fr Kk, straight and cutaway Hue It k,
In the newest Shades and Patterns.
Boyi' Casiimire Suite, $150 an 1
Children's fiuita, in great variety,
f250 and upward.
To each of which wa give away
bsseba l snd bet, walking cano,
Tbe Old snd Reliable OAK HALL
One-Price Clothing House,
251 MAIN STREET,
Opposite Odd-Fellows' Hall.
SOL HALLE, Proprietor.
Order "MuHorfl Mntlc Mortal."
At Your Own Prioe.
Finn furniture, carpets, etc., at 419
Main strest, Tuesday, My 4 h, at 10
Daa't forgot t goto Beale Street
Mulford, Jeweler, 2H Main, bo
loclts orders from tbe rountry.
L. I.O EXS TEIN,
This is nabonibs'ic alvoriisement,
but pliiu facta.
I ofl'or this traion tho mcBt
attraclive Bt )ck of Caaaimt rf,
Worsteds and Cheviot
UUSIXESS AM) DRESS SLITS
Ever brought to this market.
Not only are my garments
perfect fitting, extra well
made, elegantly trimmed and
cut in the latest styles, but
the most important feature,
- which Is more than a matter
of interest to every pur
chaser, is that my prices are
fully 10 per cent, lower
than any Clothing Housj in
the city. I w ould call special
attention to my unrivaled as
YOUTHS' DOTS' CLOTHING,
Beautiful garments, at ex
treme low prices. Don't for
get the place,
Corner Main and Jefferson.
TBaTenreseee Brewing Company's
Pilsener Pale Bock is the finest beer
in the market.
At Ppeclit's ice-cream parlors Satur
days, Mmdays and Mondays,with pure
cream, citsUrjl cream and sheroets
balance' of week.
XEXKEX A5D C0SP1XY
Open tHav their Genta' Pearl
High Caseiweio Hat, known as the
BRIGHTON BEACH RAIEHAT.
We will Bill these bits to all gen
tlemen attending the races
For $2 50 (about half value).
This is the !ate&t Spring Shape.
GE.fi LEIEJ'S CLOTHING.
This week we have received sev
ral New and Nobby Suits for
Young Men. Abo additional
SCOTCH TWEED 6UITS.
BRING THE BOYS.
We have all playthings and games,
Ballf, Bits, Belts, Caps, Bicycles.
To-day we offer
250 Boys' School Suits at $3 15.
160 Boys' Dress Suits a'. $i 85.
10C0 Straw Hats at 23 and 50 cents.
GENTS' FURNISHINGS & SHOE j
Gentlemen ran rely on getting tbe
very best French Calf Sewtd Shoes
that are made from ns.
We tell the beat Low-Cot at $4 60.
We sell a gcoi Shoo for $3.
We Bell splendid Hose for 25c.
Wa sell the beet Shirt tit $1.
We ee'l tho newest Scarfs at 60c.
We sell Lis'o and Balbriggan Un
derwear at $2 a suit and up
ward. LADIES, COSE TODAY!
The Rubens, Rembrandt and
Roger de Coverly Styles, en
tirely new, novel and elegant.
Misses' Tiimmed Hats, $1.
Ltd lea' Shade Hats, 25c.
Misses' Sailor Hals, 25c.
Don't put off buying a Para
sol. Buy to-day, and get a
choice one. We are offering
SUH UMBRELLAS I
YOU ALL WANT GLOYES!
But there is no glove for dress like
a Kid Glove. None other fits so
snugly, none otb looks so drew y,
snd of all Kid Glovts
FOSTER'S GENUINE FRENCH
Carries off the ptlm. None
genuine unless stamped on
iuside in fac nmile of siqna
turo. We are sole agents in
Memphis for Fo-tr's Gnu
Ine French Kid Gloves. Fos
ter, Paul & Co., who control
all that art) brought to the
United States, have entf red
into an agreement to tell to
us only in Memphis. This
mnch, that yon can all buy
Kid Gloves with your eyes
open. We warrant all Fos
ter'oGloves.makinggcodany 'that are defective iu any way.
MESKEN AND COMPANY.
Kolld Silverware at Mulford'g
Fla Val at Brale Rtreet Market.
Regardless of Value,
This morning at 10 o'clock,
At 08 Beale street,
Cigars, Tobacco, Fixtures, Show Cases
Harlag Lama at the Boalo Street
Fine Watch repairing at Mulford'g.
Tinscsii Bbiwino Com pant's Pil
sener Pale Bjck on Up with all their
All klada of WagelaMe at Boal
A Havre Chance
To get fine furniture, carpets, etc , at
your own price at 419 Main street,
Tuesday, May 4th, at 10 o'clock a.m.
Oa to lha Boalo Street Market for
09 Market street. Telephone 717. Re
duction of prices for balance of the
To all who arc iufferlni from th arron and
indifrratiost of youth nerroai weaknau,
rlT dec?, om of manhood, eto., I will
tend a tKi that will cur joa. FSKK 01
CUARJE. Thi fTl rsuitdy tu dlssorar
d br a muiicoary ia South Amarioa. Sand
ttf-aJArcFfrl ,dt1;. to th Rct. J )sir
T. Ixai s, Station I. Tor.
US" The firm of GOODBAR 4 CO. baa been dissolved, and wo have reorganised oer intereet la tbe Wholosale Boot
and bhoe Business, in connection with Mr. W. E. Love, latg of Warraa, Lova A Co, St Lonis, Mo., end Mr. J. O.
Callicott, of Coldwa'er, Miss., under the style of and firm name givea below. We tback our. friends for thir patrons
in the past and hope for a continuance of their favors. A. B. GOODBAT.
o J. H. GOODBAR,
A. B. OOODBAR, I. If . COODBAR, W. F. I.OTE, M. C. CALLICOTT,
LaUoi Goodbar A Co., Memphli. Lata of Qoodbar A I o., ll.iaphie. Lataoi Warron. Lot k Co., 8t. Looii. Lata of Colds atar,
Jf V'U' IL
3G7 & 369 Main
We are cow receiving a large and En'trely Wew Stck of Eastern and
Spring Trade of 1880, which wa offer at ESot'k Itotiom Prlcea,
be roads by any competing market.
ON FIRE !
The Water Exploding and
Along the Banks.
tT The sight of a river on fire has
not been scon in the vicinity oi
Memphis, but it is certain that the
Greatest Bargains in Clothing are to
bo found at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 262 Second street.
It is now time to think of Spriog
Clothing. Ponder well where you
can buy it to the greatest advantage.
Who can afford to sell it the cheap
est? Whore ought the greatest bar
gains to be obtained? These are
questions that should be considered
by every buyor.
Read the Answers in the Stars.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors can
sell you Clothing at Half Cost, be
cause we buy Clothing at Halt Price
The Misfit Clothing Parlors buy
nothing that they do not secure
at, what represents a great sacrifice
to the tailors who made the gar
ments. Low buying is the seorct of
selling low. The Misfit Parlors sell
low because they buy low.
Tbe Flowers that Bloom In the Spring
The spring flowers will soon be
hero. Prepare to dress to receive
them. The Misfit Clothing Parlors
Stacks of New Suits,
Files of Easiness Salts,
Tons of New Pants,
Bcautif ul Spring Overcoats.
OUR STRONG POINTS j
First in quality; lowest in prices;
nothing but real, reliable clothing;
every garmont carefully made.
262 SECOND STREET,
Opp. Court Sqnare.
trThe Wide-awake Great Low
liar All alterations, to insure a per
fect fit, made free of charge, by a
First class Tailor.-'fiil
ALL A MISTAKE.
The MaifeHt Privileges
Will not be disposed rf as advertised
before, but will be sold openly to the
highest bidder Mondav, May 3d, at 3
o'clock p.m., sharp, at No. 34 Adams
F. W. M0KW3, Chairman.
California seedlings, at Specht's.
Moaaahla Floral C. baa tho largest
look of alnaia la town.
Coapoa aad Carriages at W. M.
Bdwarda Broo.' Stable tho only
plaoo la tho eltj that baa theaa.
Trlrpaoao Ordera promptly attoaoV
4 to. xolepboaeo Hoo. e aaa 70S.
to Momphia Floral Compaay
for plaato aad plcatv ol lboaa.
Says Specht's pure cream is the finest
in the city or United States.
Ho to Rntlrdgo l.aarmaralao for
your riumblag and Uaa-rmtag.
Coapra aad Carriages at W. E. Ed
wards Bros. Stable tho only
place la tho city that baa thrm.
Telephone Ordrra promptly attend,
od to. Trlrphoaes Nos 6 and 7SS.
t KailMtiro At Logomaralno'to do
and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn-
OFFICE No. 24 HIGH STREET.
OKGILL BROTHERS & CO.
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR BUTTS.
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR LOCKS.
PLAIN AND BRONZED SASH FASTENERS.
BOLTS, KNOBS, ETC.
A MOST lOXPLKTI STOCK OF
Ox" 33i7-'-y TJeaorlptlon.
James M. Goodbar Was. L. Clark Engeae J. Carrlagtoa Frank O. Jonao
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to KERCH ARTS ONLY the lanrait and beat itoek orBooti and Shoe wo
havo aror broupht to this market, and which cannot bo f urpaaiad In quniitr and
tyloi br any home in this or any other city. In addition to a complete Una of Eastern
made ood, inolud'na tha 4'Kt.k.BttiaTKU UuOllHaH CO. BKOUahN, wahandto
a lam and lelect stock of Custom-made Goods for Men, Woman, Misses and Children. Wo
carry a number of tbe best makes in the eountry. In ever, variety iDd at la, and among
themUh well known Men's Calf Boot and Khnei manafartnred ny Deo. Hooker for oar
Sprina Xrade. Wa also carry a choice line of Ladies' and Misses' Custom Kid, (ioat and
Calf Goods, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman k Co. Wa invite the trade to examine
oar ttook before buying elsewhere, and we guarantee everything we tell to rlre satisfaction.
Cotton Factors, Wliolosnle Grocery
No. 11 Hilton Street. : : 5Iera,)hU, Tertut.
Strike the Ironnhile It's Hot.
In order to more oar Immune stock we
make the following offer:
Good Straw Hats at .25c, 35e. SOo and 7So
Kx ra Fine Stm HaU at...41, tl 26, li 50, f 1
Umall Htraw Bonnets, all eolors..... 50e
Extra Wide Brim iiata, for country ...25o
Beautiful Roses, all colors, per doien 40e
Violet, per dosen 6o
Buitercups, per dosen lflo
Carnation Finks. per dnsen lfo
Elegant Bunche- of Flowers 2fto
Kxtra Fine Uunoli.s of Flowers 50o
Imp Tted Freooh Floers from -.41 to 15
ajhirlch sipa (3 In btiucb) lor Mg5o
ifruits, Leares. Htem, all kinds of ma
terial to make Artificial Flowers.
Bridal iiiid Mourning Onlflta
The Finest Assortment of DOLLS in the oity.
lints Kewlinprd, l-'eiher Cleaned,
lyed and Curled.
GOLDEN HAIR WASI1 by the small or
We Make a Specialty of Millinery,
Employing tho hest hands la the city, sive
our whole attention to it, and we dely com
petition in that line '
go ob jar is wen
No. 1114 3VE.lxx Et.v
Hat just reoeired a larre stook of the
latest stylee of
CASSIMERES ASI) WORSTEDS
for Pants, which we wit1 make to order at
mnch less than the usual prices. Wa will
make a good all-wool pants for V9 Call
and examine our so 'ds. Also, a complete
line of GENTrf'lUKNISHINa GOODS
lor the coming season at our usual low
A. HEXTER, SO. 214 MAIN ST.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Suns, AmiBonition, Fishing Tackle
and Base-Ball Hoods.
WHOLESALB AND RETAIL.
tH4 Main Street, Memphis, Team
Manufacturing and Repairing of Gans a
Importer aad Dealer In
fleas, FlHhlng Tackle and Rporra
snens Napplie. per Special attention
FaIring WANliAl'IU",iil, l1 BK"
41J Wain NtnlffemphK Tenn
Merchants Cotton TrrrS & Storage Co.
M.it.nia T.v. . Anrtl 94
L ot this eompany will be held at i t ofuce.
Wednesday, May 19, lfcNo,
from 12 ro. oS p.m., for the parpo.e of elect
ing r'crsB (71 Dire s to serve the ,n-uinf
year. tt. R. MOSrOOMJiRX, &.cieuury.
Custom-Mada Boots and Shoes for
on as liberal terms as can
Sweet Pickles, Etc.
Stalled Fruit Pickled Oranges,
tnttod Fralt Pickled Caeambers,
Hlnflod rrnlt Pleklcd Peppers,
Stnflod t roll Pickled Hangooe,
Mixed Sweet Pleklra,
Croae A Rlackwell's Cbow-Cbow and
Plain Cue amber Pickles by tho gall.
Other brands of Plain and Mixed
Pickles la Olass and Olives.
J. F. BTJCKHAM fo CO.
Corner Second and Beale Hts.
And Ice Cream Manufacturers.
TiX. XT. X3 AX Za X I Off".
French Chemical Works
5S Jefferson Street.
MANUFACTURES STR0P3 OF ALL
FLAVOK8. which he offors at the low
price of 9 rents a gallon, of any kind of
flavor. Quality and purity guaranteed. Ice
('ream manufacturers will find all kinds of
Extracts and Fruit Colorings at a very low
Joes Ovietok, J. 0. N. QaosvEaos.
OVERTON & GR33VEKGR,
Real Estate Dealers
Gfilce, 284 Second Street.
a. S. Cor. Moevud and Coma,
mekteis, . . . raKNEsaiau
RFAL 5STATH E0UG11T AND SOLD.
Taxes Paid. Kenti ColleJteJ. eta., oa
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
mportart sad dealers la finns, Ammn.
nttloaand Flablag Tackle, Bnlldera
Hardware, Itteetrte Boils aad An
nnaolaaars for Hotels and Residences, aa
Main street, Memphis, Tenn. Electrio
supplies always on hand. Repair'a neatly
SHEA McCABTHY, Propr's,
140, 143, 144 Front, Memphli
OPl OF THB LARGKST BOJXKB 8H0PI
is the South, and the only eompiek
Boiler and 6fet-Iron Works in theoiq.
Manafaetorera of koawp plate lro
work of every deserlprlon. Speoi
atUntioa aivas te plaatalion work. ,
J. F. H0LST &BR0.
(BUCC8eSOKS TO e, H. bout a BBO.
120 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS.
A FULL and complete stock of Wood nd
M.tallic Casej rd Ca'keU, Cloth-.T-ered
Caskets and Burial hotwo alweyna
band., aarurdori br u;cri-h rro'J-.!
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