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MEJMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1886.
RilLROAD TIME TAELE.
IohTtTKN w Orleans Thm
lUMlfsklPPI TALXKT BOITK.
Ob ul (Kir May J l1, piwrer trains oa
tnu reea win run ai i"uu"
4:i 7 a.
1:44 a.avll:l p.a
&:' a. ml 0: p.m
6:14 a.m! 7:61 p.m
8:i) a.m' B:'t p.m
A-With (II lines entering Memphis.
B-Witb M. kS.fi. R. R. for Helena.
tot Greenville and Hunting tot, and all
p-With V. A M. andV.. B. P. Railroadi.
S-With N.i J. A C. K. ft. for Aatchei soil
JT For Point on lb Branch.
fl-Withitamri for llayou Sara.
11-Wuh railroadi diverging fur Florida,
Trial and Toast poiot.
JAa. M. aUWaKI'S. V. P. aodQ. M.
M. BlRKiT, (ientral Sup t.
A. J.KAi'l'. P. A.
RrMri Newaaad tliaalaarsppl 'al
ley, ireinl mar a follows i fco. a (teat
line da'ly) leaves at lu:UU a.m. No. 2 leat.i
at 11 -.40 p.m. daily. 61, Luii (ant Jin
karri daily at S :l it.ui. Mo. 7 (last line
daily) arrive at 1;J0 p.m. Mall and ex
press arnves daily at 3:1'' a.m. fit. Louil
ait Una arrival dally at k :05 a.m.
Lonlavlll and kaabvllle Traini
or aa follows: .Ft mail arrival daily at
MM a.m.! leave at 10:10 p.m. i Bail Lavei
I nly at lOila a.m.; arrive! at 4 :U0 p.m.
Brownsvili arcumntoiatiom Uavei daily'
aicopt Sunday, at J nu p.m.! arrive! daily,
Meant Soadar. at t jU e.ia. iataadard lima).
laalaalppl and Trantami, Fait
mail train leave! dally at 4:31 p.m. J arrive!
:1S a.m. Local freiihl laavai at 6:40
a. H. I arrival at 4:80 li.m
Noi. and run tri weekly. No. Aleavei
alempaU Monday, n adnaaday and Friday.
omiphia aad Mftle Rork. -Train!
mev aa fellows (central itandsrd time):
No. 1 leases daily at t:W p. m,t arrives at
t :M p.m. No. i leavel at tM a.m. arrival
at :W a.m. No. 6 (freight) learei Hopaflald
dally (eioept Sunday) at 8:00 a.m.) arrival
at 7:10 p.m.
aeeaaBhi and Cbarleaton Trains
mere aa follow! i Through aipress laavai
dally at 10:20 p.m. Mail and express laavai
aallw at 9:10 a m. ekm.rvtlla aocommoda-
tioa leave daily, aieapt Sunday, at 4:30
p.m. Ihroagn iprsi arrive dally ato:2
a.m. Wall and eipreii arrival daily at 4 M
p.m. Somarvill aooommodatloa arrival
daily, aioept Hundav, at SiHO a.m.
4nir Boole (ilaaaai Cily, ftprlnv
11 auad Mempttla) Trains laavaM. and
T. depot a follewi: No. 4, Kaniai Cily ax-
frH, lavat 10:4& a.m.: No. 3, Kanm
ity txpraei, arrival at 3 .SO p.m. No. 2,
ania City mail, laavai at:00 p.m. I No, 1,
aniaa City mail, arrlva at lin a. J. No.
rlt. Loai and Chicaan eipraei, leavel at
00 p.m. 1 No. 1, St. Louil and Chlcaol-
Xrai, arrival at 1:4a a.m. In ffeot Sunday,
prll W, MM.
HoBipbla, tllriTilBihani and Alias, i
ie Molly Horinn Houta Traini mora aa
(ollowi : No. 1 leavei Memphli daily at 3:45
r m.i arrival atuoiiy Bpringi at e:30 p.m. I
o. X laavai inly Snrinn daily at :00
a.m.. arrlwa at MamnM at 11 llA a.m. i N
leawai Mamohii dally at 7:30 p.m.. arrival
at 7:90 p.m., arrival
at Holly Nprlptl it 11 : P.m.! No. leavel
Sprinii daily it 3:30 ,m arrival at
ewpnu eiM a,m
WitHiaoTos, May 7, IBM, 1 a.m.
Ind'cations: For Memphis and
"Vicinity, fair, slightly warmer weather;
blue crescent, red sun.
Mimtsis. Tiki., May 9, ISM.
11 00 am.
" Maximum temperature, 82.0,
Minimum temperature. 64.0.
Ozone, 11 am., 0.
All observations are taken
meridian time, which is one hou
wan local Ume,
;im the Cotton Rlon.
Biqnal 8irticb, U. 8. Army,
May 6, 1886 61p.m.
' Division ot telegram! and repottt tor
the benefit ol commerce and agrlcnl
tnro. Cotton region bulletin for the
twenty-four hours ending May tub, 6
o'clock p.m. '
a hh a Ho t.
TBICT. ? I p ? I
Memphis 82 116 ,06
Nashville 74 61 .29
Grand Junction... 79 63 '. ,L'9
Corinth w 80 (it .02
Tnscumbia 71 iii ,ii5
Decatur 79 01 1.33
8oottel)oro...i 78 67 2.20
Batosville 87 H .15
Hernando 80 00 .00
Grenada 81 (It '.00
Arlington .. 83 02 .03
Brownsville 78 (12 2.M
Milan IMH4IHI I KO GO ,5r
Paris HO 51 .02
Coviugton 8:1 64
Dyeraburg 79 03
"Boiivtir 78 0:! .10
lloily Pprings.M... 81 e:i .01
O-furJ m W.
aaaaHaBamamasyMMartaaBaBamma. aaaMawa wvemmaawaa afjaaamaaami
- Bums ... 1520 ll'.K) 7 :19
Means 80 03 ,f5
DISTBICT!. f g" b g.
Wilmington 80 00 .00
Charleston 86 53 .00
Angtuta. 83 59 .04
Savannah.-.. 88 59 .00
Atlanta 80 59 .08
Montgomery 86 00 .00
Mobile m.... 87 02 .00 ,
5ew Orleans.-... 8 64 .
Galveston- 87 68 ,00
Vickihnrg... 86 65 .
MsUtyhis 80 .' 63 .,.55
Pums..: 928 672 .67
MyWI" 8 t'l I M
, cxyr NEVFS.. . ,
The picnic season is upon us. -This
will be a big day at the race
The boss plnstefWa will meet this
T luitGfniut, by Wilkie Collins
Jirice 20 ccut, now for sale at Muus
ord's. 1 (
Edward Goldsmith was yesterday
appointed guardian of Henrietta anil
If there are any pickpockets in
the city this week they are keeping
A marriage license was i?sned yes
terday to Clias. Williams and Miss
Letba Franklin, colored,
Loveless, the ex-policeman, was
sent to jail on a Htate'a warrant from
the Police Court yesterday.
About $5 damage was done by
lire to the stable of Martin Kelly, 2i3
Desoto street, yesterday at noon.
So admission w ill be charged for
the lecture by Mrs. Carr ut the
Strangers' Church this evening.
Tlie w ill of Mrs. Mary Hope was
admitted toproha'e yesterilav, and Mr.
John .l'eters was appointed adminis
trator cum te.stamcnto annexo.
A white infant, prematurely horn,
was f jund wrappe 1 in a t jwel in the
liayou near Washington street yesttr-1
day. An inquest waj held by Juatice
Mm. Sallie Houston t'arr woman'!
part in terrjiieram-e work. Fine elo
I'atinnary eierciw a and music. To
night at 8 o'clock at Ftrangera' church.
Admission 25 c? nU.
A crowd of aevfrul huntlred peo
ple gathered on the corner of Main
and Linden street at 1 o'clock yester
day, w hen simill darky, who had
been lighting a few moment! before,
fell in an epuh-ptic fit.
Columbuf, O . Mar " Warrants ftjr
tie rrrert c the ahjent Dr-mocrtc
henator are being ipued to-Dinht, and
the dpnty sercpant-al-armi w II make
an tflort to suits them tomorrow.
The warrants are mute returnable im
mediately. The glints were unusually bad
yes'erdav. The air was close and
they fairly Hwariiicd. Stock wn
nearly frntitic (.'own and I rimes suf
fered aline . (tnHt oil h'iiiihI to afford
verv little reMof, and considerate
hiii'linien mai'.e tunokes linger their
liorses when they had to Htand for
any length of t ine
The comini Maifest promises to
be the mob, gorgeous of the many
grand ulluirs tlie (ieriiiiiim of &! em
phis have ever hun-Jlcd. The ar
rangements for It have all been made
on a gorgeous scale. The Various
committees are determined to leave
nothing undone to make it a pro
nounced succem, and it is safe to say
their elicits will not he in vain
5 Treasurer (ireen's benefit, which
was to have token phuo last night,
was postponed until next week on ac
count of the storm. The theater, and
the Indies and gentlemen who were
to have taken part, were all in readi
ness, but so many had purchased
tickets who could not be expected to
attend, that the afl'air was advisably
put oil. .Notice of ilate will be given
Mr. Tamura, the Japanese Prcs
byterinn clergyman, now a guest of
iln. Uliurcli on Nielby street, will
speak to the ladies of the Second
Presbyterian Church nt 4 o'clock this
evening, and to tlio public in the
chnrcn at 8 o'clock to-night, tnib
ject: ' Home Life in Japan." Ad'
iinsbion tree. Mr. Tamura Is a
thoroughly educated gentleman and a
most interesting speaker. He ought
to, and no doubt will, have as lartre
an audience ns tho church will hold.
At the meeting of cotton crushers
yesterday, Mr. Mansticld was per
mitted to make a statement in favor
of .the machinery used in what is
known as the new process, now used
by mills in the country. Mr. Algeo
reported that dispatches had been
forwarded to Washington protesting
against the passage of tne butterine
bill, in accordance with the resolution
passed yesterday. A lengthy pajer
was read by Col. Fairly of Charleston.
8. C, upon the various processes of
separation, and one by Mr. J. C. John
son of Memphis, upon the general
subject of manufacturing cotton-seed
Sole Agents Tor Horace B. Kelly &
to.'i Key West Cigars.
The trade supplied at New York
prices. A full assortment constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by us: Gayoso Hotel stand,
Peabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. i. bamrixq.n a co.
LAKUYIEW KC I KSIOXS.
Loafavlll), Mnw Orleans and Texas
Hallway, Commencing Bna
day. Hay eth.
Sunday excursion trains will run as
Lrtii ilrmphi. Ixan Lakmew,
10:30 a.m. 11:05 a.m.
1 :30 p m, 2 :05 p.m,
3:W p.m. 5:00 p.m.
7:30 p.m. 11:00 p.m.
Fare for round hip, 25 cents. Tickets
good only on dav of sale.
A. J. KNAFP, Oen'l. Pan. Aont.
A New Hliulrsale Notions ami Far
ulslilng (i ood s llonse.
Messrs. W. B. Rolison and Ben
Block, late with B. Lowemdoin & Bros,,
lo!t last night fcr New York to pur
chase a Mritc stock of goods fir the
the new wholesale house they propore
to establish hern on the 1st of July, in
the store formerly occupied by Lang
stall & Co, Th y are both popular,
erjercetic and thorough businefs men,
and have an extensive ncq'iain'anee
a'nonn the mcrchatit in the tenitorv
contiguous to Tennesfe, who wdl
doubtless welcome them t) thtir new
ield of usefulnets with large order?.
There is no re von why an establish
ment devo'.ed to the nile of notions
and furnishing goods should not suc
ceed here, and wo are coLil lent that
he new ura has the ability and de
termination necsdsry io flUCCW
- - .
Memphis and Charleston H.allroad.
MivipniB, May 3, WfA.
On each day ot race week traini will
leave the Memphis and Charleston
depot for the race track at 10 t.m., 12
noon, 12:30 p.nv, 1 p.m., 1:30 p.m. and
2 pm. Returning, the traini will
leave race track at clote of races.
Round-trip tickets (good on day of
lale only) will be sold at No. 278 Main
street and at depot at 25 cents each.
No tickets will be sold at Vance
street cioasing, nor will traini stop
there for pafsengers.
Trains returning from track will,
however, stop at Vance street to let off
Two lines of street cars (rad line and
new Citizens' line) run between the
Memphis and Charleston depot and
the various quarters of the city.
0. A. PkHAUSSURB,
Anlitant (leneral I'anienaer Aitnt.
A Drngglxt'a Story.
Mr. Isaao' C. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes ns: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balaam for
the Lungs. I can say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never heard a customer speak of
It but to praise ita virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
to a great many esses of whoiping
cough, with the happiest eQorts. 1
have used it iu my own family for
many years; In fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
nisi: II ALL.
Mi:SIllII4 YM. MK O,
May 8th, 101 h. 11 Hi, lilli.
(jilt 1110 C'HlU'tl lit I l'.M,
Wouog;rui ltangh'wt Mullortl.
Atlvlcc lo Motliors.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Pyrup
fliould always be used w hen children
are cutting teeth, lt relieves the little
sutlerers at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and tho little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It is
verv pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, softens tlie gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the host know n remedy
for diarrho-a, whether arising froiii
teething or other causes. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
B. LOTOEX8TEIX BROS
WILL BE AX
INTERESTING DAY FOR
VTTRACTIVi: U AltO A IX S
In Addition to Oar Great
CLOSING OUT SALE OF
Ud if s',M lege,' and Children's Slioe
Which of itself should bring out
great crowds, we offer four other
attractions which no la Jy can well
afford to miss.
VK FIRST CALL Y0VB ATTENTION TO
lOVER 5,000 REMNANT3 AN1
DRES8 LENGTHS OF COL
ORED DRESS GOODS.
The past bnsy month has left ns
with tbe choicest lot of remnants
we have yet offered. These we
have placed on center table, op
posite our Dresj Goods Depart
ment, and have marked them at
Oiie llaV Tlteir Actual Vatiit.
OUB HUT OF FIB IS
(10,000 Worth or Black and Col
ored 811k Remnants and
All New, Choicf, Seamnalle Goods.
They will be displayed on center
table, opposite oar Silk Depart
ment. Ai to prict, we have marked
them 89 low that it wou'd not sum
prise ui to see them all go in one
TUB THIRD GREAT DRIVE COMPRISE!
A CHOICE LOT OF
FINE GINGHAM, PERCALE AND
FRENCH SATEEN REMNANTS
AND DRESS LENGTHS,
ALL OP THIS SEASON'S IMPORTATION.
We OJVr Th(te at Half Price.
LAST BUT NOT LRAST OP TBE MANY
BARGAINS WC OFFER TO-DAY IS
in Elegant Lot of Jaconet and
Mali Embroidery Remuntits.
What they cost to manufacture
has not been taken into considera
tion. Wo are determined to close
them out. Ha come and see them.
PRICES WILL SVnPJUSE YOU.
II. LOHEMSTJEIN V BROS.
44a to Memnhta Floral Company
for alanta and plenty of them.
Conpea and Carriages at W. E. Ed
wards Broa.' Stabletna only
nlaea la the eliy tnat has tbein.
Telephone Orders promptly attend,
d to. Teleplioaea Moa, e and 751.
Two car loads of extra mules and
horses at j. a, porrkst a co.'s,
Memphla Tloral Vs. haa tho lara-oat
Slock of nlaaia la town.
MEMPHIS YS. MACON,
Saturday, May Nth.
Game Called at 4 P. M.
(19 Market street. Telephone 717. Re
daction of prices for balance of the
Fine Watcb repairing at Mul ford's.
Ho to Rnlledice A l.naninnralno for
yoar flumblna and Una-t Ittlua.
Snbacrlbe for the" Appeal."
' The Base Hall Association will pay
$5 for eacb and every man convicted
Tor cutting the fence at their park.
Order "M 11 Hortl Made Medal."
Parlor and lied Room Suites,
SPECIAL BARGAINS RACE WEEK
AMES, BEATI1E & CO.,
303 MAIN STREET.
Ph'mks cleaned, curled and dyed,
14 North Court street. Colored to
match auy sample.
Mulford, Jeweler, 891 Main, go
locits orders from the country.
In order to introduce tbe Alabama
Splint Coal in this market, it will be
tlelivered at 30c per barrel in citv lim
its, lt has no superior.
, , P.m. PAIIER50S A CO.
. IaiWdy Hotel.
C. B. OALLOWAT t CO Paoraitroa.
ft a tea tl 6U and t par day, aeeorJiai to
ia and location of rovov-bpeeial
RPHann,Tn W C Ballinrton, Tens
" i ntii, An j b noei, Arc
CW Lucy, Ark i L Klin. Um
I II Fal knar. Ark K C lirnr. Ark
j B iaioa, lean
J B Placer, Mim
II w ickiier, N Y
r r or. una. Tenn
J M Kearn, Tean
J L pimuvnde. Mill J B I'hillipi. Tnn
V II ltl,.n U'l.
L 11 1 urner, aiim
W L Youni , Tenn
H KCild.ell. Kf
J II Irwin, K
J HiaTiond, Pa
J Wolf Aw, Ark
A M Shook, Mii
II H Henij, Ark
M P Karly, Ark
Dr Mriero-k, Ark
W U Koi. Mu
J N Carjienter, MUi
S M Uabner, Mill
L Marie, Mo
N J ricner, T
J M Siieari, Tann
S WlVke. Tenn
J M StHion, Ark
Mim F Aiken, Tex
II I' Landman, Ala
J 14 Martin. Tenn
J II llxdden, N Y
S Kalin, Ohio
I. k Inline. Ma
11 lirncD. Mien
' i.-Dinei'uin..Micll t'onper, l'On
Slim J Carton, Ark l! H iken, Tex
J II Mranav Aw. Tenn J II IItiiiiioii. Fla
A K Ja"kion, Fla W B Kichinond. Ark
J 11 HlHntun, K 8 M imixon, Ala
K.li JohiiM.n, . Y 11 UojU e, Ohio
A M Martin. Ohio Mm A M Martin, Ohio
Vai Jnhn bmith. Mim P II Siev.n ln
Mri-C 11 Ayrei". k Mim M,irri. kw
C (i J,bimon, Yenn
O W Purker. P C
W KHi I, Mi.i
J r: Oliver, .Trna
J lt HooAtun, 3utt
J V. ItokertHoi. Xei
(" M K'hn, Ohio
L White, lay ,
K V Mnr.u.n. Via
(J lteiii(rer, Ohio
B Iiavii, Tenn
1' L (ray. Tenn.
.1 VnUn.l, Ark
J II hernnrd. Mis
W : .M. mi, Min
A V Smith, Mo
KS I'Mtle, Mo
II It .Uattuek, Ky
F IlMinarii. Mo
J O W alker, Tenn
(i W Learcla, Mill
J B Jenningi, Ala
Miki Jackion, Ala
V HSlr.vhnrp. a.l. I 11 lu.L... A -u
A J Htenewald. NY WE Ilichardi, N T
J It Jithti.nn Mi..
b i Simojl 4 w. i Y
J .M Young, Tann
W M HiMDHkei, Ky
.1 II m'h, Tena
K s Horner, Aik
'I' II Faulkner, Ark
J E Kyley, Tenn
W L Hunt, Ala
K L Jordon, Tens
J W (ilann. Tuna
Mini Caldwell. N J
J II On wmn, Ky
J II Knai, Ark
C II Turner. MIm
W L Lucy. Ark
J K Maudlin, Mitl
J W Walker, Ala
R II MoUte, Tenn
A V Loring, Tenn
W A Cunniniham,Tn
Tbo Hew toyoao.
. FARRIJfOTOW, BTEWART k WHITE,
Ratel, 12 90 to 14 pr day, aocordint to loca
tion of roomi..
P M Hardina, Milt M T Matnard, Mill
N 8 O-rrett, Mini .1 II Cork, Mm'
6 E Wilnon. Mill WCAyen, Min
T H Todd, Mm R J Lyle, Mim .
J D Wi'liain, Mifi A Woolridae, Tenn
J M Moriihan. Tenn J L Lik, Mini
KB Turner, Mill W H C'rntheri, Mill
M Dnnelion, Mill li P Molcher, Mm
HP Hill, Tenn J J Uanki, Tenn
WSBeyd, Tnn (I Mailer, Tann
J M Ulenn. Tann W Cnnnioghain.Tenn
N Loring, L R8 Jordan, La
A Her uice, NY T Newcomi , lenn
C U Hurr;i, Mo T W Johnion. Ill
J Felienlhul. Ill J B McMvin Aw, Tenn
G W omiih, Inn H Kmiih, Tenn
W H Coleman, N Y J J Cowan, Min
Mim Sledge, Mln HBruton.NY
J E Blake, Mini B F Thonia', Tenn
Mn A houibard.TennF Bjrkett, Tenn
Q 11 Lynch, Mich R J Harris, Mich
C (labain, Tonn SCSicne. Ark
Mn C Camy, Tenn Mifi K llarrins, Tenn
jim norien. lenn it neweomD, lano
.1 F Shepparil, Tann T A Allen. Tenn
W R Bir, Ark
M Keed, Mill
1)C Moore, Min
W Wilson, Ala
C B Kobinion, Mill
J M Howard, Mim
J B Moore, Ark
H (J Adam, N Y
J M I.awi, Tenn
W Cooper, Tenn
M M Sony, .N Y
J L Walker, Ala
J W dully, Mo
E J Mathews, Mill
H 0 Johnion, Tenn
0 M Pack, Tann
J Callaghan, Ky
W 1) 81de. Mill
t 17 1 . 1 UI.
m lj .v. .... w v, , iu,.. i.i nooiea HEW,
G W llaroum Aw.N Y V. Moore. V V
M INoblei dew, N Y
J M Martin, NY F It Aiken, NY
H J Stewart, NY WO Kbbart, Mo
C Foster. Mo N C Anderion. N Y
Mm J Waldron, N Y M m Davenport, N Y
O F Landrura. Ala J W (iardner, N Y
M Fehrman, NY K L Mortimer, N Y
JSOadimy.NY J Andrews, Ohio
RO Harder, Ark W R Splrey, Ark
W T Morrow, Mo J C Pumell, Mm
j i iiinnouse, aim a a Mill, Ohio
G Winilon, Misa
11 C Moorn. Mim
W U Harvey, Tenn
li f Johofon, Misi
J T S-ei.herd. Miss
TJ Murders, Mill
F A Alden, Mini
W. H. BINflHAM Mah.om.
Enropenn plan. Knlarged and refurnished.
Pricei aocording to site and loca
tion of roomi.
(i Vlol.l.. Tan r. 11,,.. I.... . rp
M J Jonei, Mo 8 K lowdy, Tenn
IW.II... II. TU 1,:..
J J bason, Mifi K 8 Pritnhard, Mi.i
Mire B Welken, Mill MIm O Welkes, Mill
M B Jones, Mill J SSnundors Aw, Misi
J llelsh, Tenn T F Uodgei. Ark
Tom Steele. Ala W A Alexander. Ala
J H McKmnie, Tann H M Ward, Ark
J Kvins, Mill A Tolenson, Ark
MrsCFuhn, Ark II K Williams, Ark
n li Kin. N v nr... iJ , .. '
(i Keed, Ark L Barhee, tenn
F Uiiw.ll. Ma w u 1.I. mi..
J K Moore, Va P T Foreythe, (3bio
bit J urner, Misi w w Patrick. Mo
W L 11 ran nam, Miss J F Kolley, Misi
lt M ll.r.i. Mia. A U 1I..1..II 1.
J Ltawiliorn, lenn KKJiimos, Min,
n r .Ha my, miss o 01 llowiird, Mil's
Mini I, Moor, Misi Mn Q K Ki'isey, Misi
Miss 8 Parker, lenn Mn Jenkens, Tenn
Miss Farley Tenn HG McNnnoe Aw, Mill
Miss McNimoo, Miss W I 11 bertson. Ark
W 1'enyei.r, Ark W 1) I'elisnn, Ark
.,,,,9,,"lC0,,Arl1 J W Gibbon A w.Tenn
J T Edwards, Misi J C Marlcv, Te'n'n
i i. Tl""".'.?onn M"" M.lrxandor, M
u,lHl.','1e Ml" W W Murphy. Miss
1" Malore, lonn KM Alsup, Tonu
JsM oir, Tenn Jno A (irani. La
w K Alexander, Ala GeoK SholtonAw.Tonn
Ihoi Newrnmo, Min M 11 Hove, Miss
JnoT II it laimi n.'l enn J II Sigman, Tenn
S l) I1..?1 IS' Vineyard, Ark
I, """t, lx Miss Id Vano, Ark
J 1. bridge, Mss Mn K fiskridio, Miss
(Formerly Commercial Hotel.) Corner of
rront and JeHerson itroeti. Terms:
t ,, transient ratol, 12 per day.
J. II. PmnuT (of Richmond, Va) Paor
n J? ,1.Iar' W. H B Fallin, Tenn
w k i". ior' ' 1"! S X Uirmingliam, MUi
TO1iu"'.'.rlt 0 M""ii, Tenn
! a?r" r .V-1" WH Hurdaway, Min
VrFtPM.,1't'M' T B Ward. Ala
i H,Kl)', L Cochran Aw, Ark
J W Williams. Ark W 1) Maudlin, Tenn
Cart Fields, Ark Mrs D Dorrii, Ark
i h J,r"n, Ark Misi C Brown, Min
J K Timr, Mo, J 11 Kdwardi, Ark
J II Bennett. Mill A Ktover, Ark
W Lannin, Ohio J Warren. Ky
Geo Wilson, NY C Darnieli. Ark
Mils J Hicks, Tenn W Lee, Ark
C B Smith, Ala George Read, Mo
J A Read, Mn W I) Ptallings, Ark
T J Morris, Mill W F Koiell, Min
D i Steverion, Mill John Kenney, Ky
G U fclo.n, Misi JF Williami, Mill
James Hogler, Tann F Clark, Tann
J W Gould, Tenn G Williami, Ohio
W B Horinon, Ohio B Warren, Tenn
8 J Wilson, Mo 'JUHowan.Mo
T Slaughter, Tex J Cannon, Tex
SJ Wright, Mo . JHSweattArk
A J Ashwood.1 Va Joseph Brown, Tenn
Dally Enropena Hotnl,
Corner of Adami and Main streets. Roomi,
60c, 75o and 11 per day : American Plan,
i per day.
First-clnsi Restaurant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 yean with Peabody Hotal)
J IT Snyder, Tenn A T Fortun-, Tonn
J F McOuugal, Tenn J M Heaves, Tann
J B Kiel. Tcun A C Rhodes Aw, Tenn
GTG-skins, 111 I, Shaw, Tenn
K 1. Wothertey.Tenn J W Perkins, Ark
J O Johnson, Misi Chxi W est, Miss
D M Powell, Miss j M Cumpton, Misi
J C Morrison, Tenn IAS Bell, Miss
G W Hay, Miss 1, K Coleman. Tenn
G M Ttnbeock, Mo J D Tucker, Miss
W II Jeffreys, Misi AGrunewald, Misi :
W T Scott, Tein E L Chambe-s, lenn
J G Wells, Tenn V 11 Ellis, Tenn
J R Bliickmsn, Tonn K C Pavis. Tenn
L A Iluller, Tenn . W fl Tmsley, Tenn
J K Berry, Wins J M More, Tenn
CGHrown.Tenn J Van, Mo
T C Johnson, Miss S Miller, Miss
W lt Miller. Miss W Merrill, Miss
C W alker, Ara Mrs V Lewis, Kv
W G Calloway, Tl; II S None. Col
T R Bryant, Tein W U Leregsnr, Mo
L Me?le, Mo W M Huher tann. Ark
1) Kice, Ark C A Woodruff, Tenn
F Murphr, lenn F 3 Caldwell, Tenn
S U Ssuiuels, Ind 11 J Sutherland, Mo
Mrs M L Neil, .Min Mrs L Nisbit. Miss
J T Siaith, Tenn I. 1 Williams ir, Tenn
J B Heid. Tenn W M Sheppard, Ky
N It Byrd. Ark J A wterinan, Vo
N L Naregan, Mich J M Andrews, Miss
0 J Manier, Mirb J T Willis, Ind
L J French. Ky R M Chesnut, Mo
HI. Cops. Mo LT Flel.htr, N Y.
Memphis t. Macon will open the
League seatton in Mrtmphl on Satur
day nest, ti.tme called at 4 p. ni.
tirt Kntlelae ijtaTOniarsilno to do
from fit upwar !s in the latest styles.
H. 11. Meyer, No. ?2 -Second street.
Call at once or send postal for designs.
MtfTht) firm of GOODBAB A CO. haa been diasolTed, and ws have reorjranixed oor interest in the Wholesale Boo
and Shoe Bnsinetv, in connection -with Mr. W. E. Love, late of Warren, Lore 4 Co., St Louis, Mo., and Mr. J. O
Callioott, of Coldwater, Miss., under the style of and firm name ffiren below.W thank oar friends for their patronage
in the past and hope for a continuance of their faTora. ) A. B. GOODBAST"
-o ' iJ. H. GOODBAR.
A. B. 4SOODBAB,
Lata of Ooodbar A Co., Memphli.
3G7 & 3G9 Main
We are now receiving a large and noMrclj Sw Stock of Eaittern and
Spring Trade of l$8t, which we oiler at atoi'la llotioiu l'ricei,
Ko mad" b anw enmpe'inor marker,
ON FIRE I
The Water Exploding and
Aloqg the Banks.
ter The sight of a river on fire has
not been seen io the vicinity of
Memphis, but it is certain that the
Greatest Bargains in Clothing are to
be found at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 262 Second street.
It is now time to think of Spring
Clothing. Ponder well where you
can buy it to the greatest advantage.
Who can afford to sell it the cheap
est? Where ought the greatest bar
gains to be obtained?' These are
questions that should be considered
by every buyer.
Head the Answers in the Stars.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors can
sell you Clothing at Halt Cost, be
cause we buy Clothing at Half Price
The Misfit Clothing Parlors buy
nothina that they do not secure
at what represents a great sacrifice
to the tailors who made the gar
ments. Low buying is the secret of
selling low. The Misfit Parlors sell
low because they buy low.
The Flowers that Bloom in the Spring
The spriDg flowers will soon be
here. Prepare to dress to receive
them. The Misfit Clothing Parlors
Stacks of New Suits,
Tiles 'ot Business Suits,
Tons of New Tants,
Beautiful Spring Overcoats.
OUR STRONG POINTS :
First in quality; lowest in prices;
nothing but real, reliable clothing;
every garment carefully made.
262 SECOND STREET,
Opp. Court Square.
SOT The Wide-awake Great Low
All alterations, to insure a per"
feet fit, made free of charge, by a
Young & Brother.
Booksellers and Stationers,
2 IS Main St., Memphis, Tenn
Wlahlna le Retire from BnalneM
We Oiler Oar Entire
STOCK AT COST.
Cincinnati, May li. Night River
lit feet 6 inches on the gauge and
rising. Weather clear and pleasant,
after a bard lain.
Lovisvn.LK, May 5. Night River 7
feet 2 inches in the canal and 5 feet
on the gauge and rising. Weather
clondy and stcrmy. Business good.
Evansville, May 6. Night River
stationary, with 10 feet 4 inches on
the gauge. Weather clear and warm ;
thermometer 70 ti 81. Departed:
Thomas Sherlock, Cincinnati, 6 p.m.
Caibo, May 6. Night River 24
feet 6 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather clondy and warm. Arrived :
No arrivals of regular packet'. Depart
ed: City of Cairo, St. Louis, 5 p.m.;
Guiding Star, New Orleans, 1 p.ui.
foaaei aud Carrlnge at W. S.
Edwarda Broa. Hlnltlr the only
place la the cily thnt has them.
Telephone Ordera promptly attend,
ed to. 1 elephonea Koa. and 70S.
Solid Silverware at Mnlfortl's!
J. H. eOODBll,
Lata of Ooodbar A Co.. Mampala.
W . LOTE.
Lataol Warren, Lor
TTCZZOXLiZIISa.XjZI - '
and IS Gayoso Streets, Memphis,-Tenn.
OrriCEKo. 24 HIGH STiTEET.
ORG ILL BROTHEES & CO.
HMlif HARD V A
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR BUTTS. -PLAIN
AND BRONZED DOOR LOCKS,
PLAIN AND BRONZED SASH FASTENERS,
BOLTS, KNOBS. ETC.
A HOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
Or H-crx-y TJeaioriptloii,
Jamea ML. Goodbar Wna. In Clark Eugene J.'Carrlngton Crank CI. Jone
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to KEBCHAHTH OHIY the lamest and belt itock of Boot! and Shoe w
have ever broueht to thil market, and which cannot b surpassed in quality and
tyleibranr house In thil or any other city. In addition to a complete line of Saltern
mad (oodi, inoludina the CELKBilaTKO SOODBAK A CO. BKtMj)4MH. wehandl.
a largo and select itook of Custom-made Goods for Men, Women, Misses and Children. W
carry a number of the best makes in th country, in avert variety and ityle, and amoni
them (the well known Men'i Calf Boots and Shoei manafactand by Geo, Hooker or our
Spring Trade. V alio carry a choice line of Ladies' and Misses' Custom Kid, Goat and.
Calf Goods, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman k Co. We invito th trade to eiamin
oor itock before buying lftewhr, and w guaraotee avarythlng w sell to give satisfaction.
HmiliRtR A CO.
Clerk or the Criminal Court.
WE are nuthiHied to announoo DABNEY
W. CULLIEK as a candidate for Clerk
of the Criminal Court of Shelby county,
abject to th Democratic Convention.
Jadge of the Probate Court.
WE are authorlied to announce J. P.
YOUNG as a candidate for the office
of Judge of tbe Probate Court, lubjeot to th
aotien of the County Democratic Convention.
WE are authorized to announce JOHN
M. BRADLEY as a candidate lor
Trustee ot Shelby county at the ensuing
August election, lubiect to th action of th
WE are authnriied to announce AN
DREW J. HA RRH as a candidate for
re-election to the office of County Trustee,
subiect to tbe action ot tha Democratic Con
vention. THE Apnenl iiauthorited to announce Mr.
N. F. LKMASTER as a candidate for
the office of Trustee of Shelby coun'y, lub
ject to the action of th Democratic Conven
tion. For Atlorney.General.
WE are authorized to announce OEORGK
B. PETERS, Jr., as a candidate for
the office of Attorney-General, lubiect to the
action of the Democratic Convention.
TUB Appi nl ii auihoiised toanneunceS.
D. WiSAKLEY at a candidate for Attorney-General,
subject to the Democratic Con
vention. For Kearlater.
WE nre nuthorited to announce N. F.
(Bl:NK) HAKKISON as a candidate
for Rch-i-ter, suliject to the Action of the
Democratic County Convention.
THE Appcnl is ntithnrr.ed to announce
JOHN 1. M( GALLTM as a ciradidnte
for Heni8tor. su ject to the action of the
THE undersigned announces thnt he is a
candidate tor Register, and asks the
support ot the voters of Shelby county, li
elected, will ndeavor to give siitiaftction in
the discharge of the duties of tbe oflice, and
places his claims subiect to the action of the
County Democratic Convention.
THOrt. B. CKENSUAW.
Memphis, March 28, ISSti.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Kerrville, Tenn., is a
. candidate for REGISTER, subject to th
action of th Democratic Convention.
WE are authorised to announce E. A.
EDMONusoN aa a candidate for
County Register, subject to tbe aetion of th
THE Appeal is authorited to announce
JHN VV. GOULD as a candidate for
the office of Register, subject to th action of
th Democratic Convention. . . .
Judge of the t'lreolt Conrt.
JAMES L. GOODL0E will be a candidate,
before th Democratic Convention, for
nomination to thevlGce of Judge of the Cir
cuit Court; and, if defeated, will support
the succeseful nominee.
We are authorlied to announce that JOHN
JOUXdTuN is a candidate for Judge of th
Circuit Court of Shelby County, subject to
action of the Democratic Convention.
W ire authorised to announce L. H. E9
TES, JR., as a candidate for Judg of th
Circuit Court, lubiect to th action cf th
PURSUANT to a decre rendered bvth
Chancerv Court at Nashville, at its 0c-
. 1 , IOC . .1 -.. t 1 Ar HM a ,
luuer icrui, io.'i ,uu piii.icu w. ,vu,w nr
page 3r5, M inute Rook No. 22, In th case ot 1
bHmuel fcrKins vs jonn d. viajorota auu
others, notice is Irerebv given that I will ex-
imse to publio sale, at tbe oourtbouscdo rat
lempLis, Tennessee, upon the terms here
inafter set out. at 12 o'clock m on the
2ld day or May, lt.
th following described property, all ntuat
in tbe Taxing District of bhtlby oounty,
Lot JNo. 35, west side of Auction Fauare,
Lot No. K, south si a of Auction Square,
Lot No. fiii Second itreet,
Lot No. corner of Overton and Third,
HH'i (eet iiiuure,
South hall lot 2;r2 Second street.
Lot Ut and part lot 14.1, west side of Main
street, between Market and Winchester sts.
'lermi of Sale One-lourth cssh. and the
bulance on credits of li, 12, 18 and 21 months j
interest bearing; notes required for deferred
payments, and lien retained. Snle fre Irom
redemption. . . SAMt KL PERRINtt,
WILL b paid f r the recovery, within
one week , of the body of one Isaac Piok
ton, who was drowned by falling Iron a
barge at the laot of Union street. Friday
April 3mh. I. F. NOKR1S. 1M Ueale st.
P. M. STANLEY,
M MatHaon Street. Memphis, Tena
A FULL itock of Wooden and MiUlIi
Cases and Casket. Bnrial Robes, etc.,
always on hand. Orderioy Telegraph or Tl
phos l'romptiy attended to.
X. C. CAIXICOTT,
A Co., Bt. Losij. Lata of Coldwaiar.
Custom-Made Boots tuid Shoes for
on aa libet&l terms as can
, . .
Sweet Pickles, Etc.
Stalled Frnlt Plekled Orange,
Stoned Frnlt Pickled Cnoninberaj.
Sinned Frnlt Plekled Peppers,
StaSed Frnlt Plekled Hnngoee,
Mixed Sweet Pick lea,
Croaa A Blnek well'a Chow-Chow anil'
Jllxed f Irk lea.
Plain Cucumber Pleklea sty the (all.
Other brand of Plain and Hlaed
Pleklea In tllem and Olive.
J. F. BUCKHAM Sc. CO.
Corner Neconrt and Ileal Nt.
Jobs Ovirtok, Ji. C. N. Geosvmoi.
OVERTON & Gf.OSVENOR,
Real Estate Dealers
AQEXTM A BBOILEICSe
Office, 264 Second Street.
SI. . Jor. Beoona and Conrt,
RIAL KBTATB BOUGHT AKD BOLD.
Taxes Paid. Rents CoUeoted. ate., oa
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importers and dealers In Ones, Aminn
nlllou and t ialilug Tackle, Buildera'
Hardware, felerlrio Bella and An
il n Dclntora for Hotels and Residonres,80
91 aln mi reft, Memphis, Tenn. lectrio
luppliei always on hand.Kepairtnt neatly
SHE! & MCCARTHY, Propr's,
110, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
OFB 01 THB LAR8KST BOILER BHOPB
in the South, and th only complete.
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Works in theoitr.
M annfHctnrer of heavy plate Iron
work of every description. Bpaclal
attantlea rlvaa to Dlantatlon work.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IS
Guns, imrannlUon, rishlng Tackle
and Base-Ball ttoods.
WHOLERALB AND RETAIL.
a Mala Street, Memphla, Tennj .
Manufacturing and Repairing of Ouni a
Importer and Dealer In
finna, Flahlnar Tackle and R porta
nicn'aNBppllen. mr Special attention,
riven to M ANUFACTUKlNtt and RK
PAIRINt. 113 Main M., Memphis, Tenn
No. SaX 4 JVC a 1 ix St.,
Eu just received a large stock of th
latest styles of
CASS1MERES ASD WORSTEDS
for Pants, which wewil' make to order at
much le.'i than the usual pricei. will
mnke a good all-wool panti for 93. Call
and examine our goods. Also, a complete
line of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
lor th coming season at our usual low
A. HEXTER, NO. 211 MAIN ST.
Finest Summer Resort in America
Miiinetonba llcach, Minn.
Offers accommodations uneqoalf d by anyhi
tel in the west. Rates, 13 per day: 7S per
month. Circulars and fuil particulars sent
i romp'.Iyon application to EfJUENlS MK1IL.
Manager, St. I'iCL, Mihx.
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