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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
LoataTllif .New trrlran. aid Texan K't
BIMhlMtirPI WA I.LKI BUI II.
On and after May J 1KM, passenrer tr'na on
tma man win run at loilows:
FAST MAIL. I boulh. I North.
Meni hia .... 4:.'i p. mi H:l ..tu
Lu.a .. B I r:.m (..mi 7:1 .m
Leind 0 lOifll .ir. j 4:i7 .m
t icasonrg, ... i l :m .m IHia.ni
IUtik.. V. 2:44 a. to 11:11 ..m
Kth il. .,.. r'... r:..'i .m K: p.m
Ko H u.e '.... a.ml 7:M p.m
he ' T -n. .. ,...H i :( a.tr! p in
f I With all lines enterine; yemrlla.
l-U itn M. A N. W . K. K. ..r Heiena.
C fir treei.TUl nJllunlinmtn.ai.il.!
P-With V. A M. urn) V , F. A P. lUilroals
K-Wiih N..J. ac.K. K. fur AaU-bei an;
T Tot t'oinl on tv. Pranch.
(aWit. st.u.ers tor ltavon Sar.
11 Wi'h rnlr..iia diverting lor Florid.
Tons aol ('.. pmnl.
J AS. V. HW KfS, V. P. andG. X.
M. l'l KKK, General Sup't.
A. J.KNAi1!'. G. P. A.
Nr.Mrl J-wkstl mmmI i
Iry. lraina sot. as follows: No.l Itut
tin daily) leaie- .1 lo.-no a.m. No. 2 leaves
at 114ipn. daily. M. Lo.il fast lin.
Imtm daily .1 fi r.m pan. Kn. 7 (taat lin.
daily) arm, at 1 :.V pa. Wail and ea
tress imrN daily ( XilSe.m. Si. Louil
fat lin. arrives daily .1 .0r a. m
iMIaylll. a4 KawhTlll Tratca
ots follows: r1 mail arrint daily al
1:1 ..a..: Iwm al 10:10 p. ta.: au.il luru
daily al 10:iu ..b.i .mvM at trial p.m.
Brewasrill. eooom epedetiom leare. daily'
inept 8. day, t n-OO e.at.i arrive daily,
mmi,ui mi a.m. ieia,e.o.rd time).
Hull itppl m4 Taaaa. Faat
ea.il tra.1. Imtm .ally at 4 p a.. .rriv.s
at t : ..an. LooaJ freight Lav, .t :40
a.B.1 arnrat at 4:W p.m. freight train.
ft. aad ran trl weakly. No. Imtm
aaeapkis Monday, Wdnday aad Friday.
Meaaaphta aa Llttlo Bork. Train
am a follow, (cntral stead ird Una):
B. 1 Imtm daily at :SJ r at, s arrive, at
l:Hi... Ma. S Imtm al l:ii& ..aj arrirai
4l:M..aa N.. 6 (fraiht Imtm Hor-allald
daily (aioart ba.day) M :00 ..a, arriru
4 7:10 p. an.
MBahla axl Clia)rlaitaj Tfralni
ajj.T. m follftwn Throa.h .iprM. Imtm
daily M 10:20 p.m. Mail aad .ipraai Imtm
aily at 8:10 m. bonianrlll. aooommoda
U. laaraa daily, ain.pt Sand.y, at 4 :30
.m. Thronih aipraaa .rrirai dally at S :2ft
.a. Mall and aipraaa .rrirai dally at 4:64
a. . Somarrtll. aooommodatlu. utItm
dally, .imipt Kn.day. at :30 a.m.
Unit Maata-iaiaaaa. I lly, .ri.(.
rid U4 Haanbl.) Tralni l.ara M. and
T. dapot aa foliawi: No. 4, K.niai City al
rran, loarei at 10:V a.m.1 No, 3, K.s.ai
City .inrcii, .rriTM at 3:30 p.m. No. 2,
K.niM Oily mail, laaT. t:00 p.m. I No. 1.
K.niu City mail, .rrir. .t 1:4s ..in. No.
I, tit. Loali and Chioaio .(prari, laarai t
4i00 p.m.; No. 1, Ht. Lonii and Chloaao.i
rraa, rrWi .t:15..in. In aBaot Sunday,
riapbla, nirmlachan. aint Atlas-
HoIlT Bprinn Rout.-Tr.ini mora .
tollowi : No. 1 Imvm M.niphif daily .t 3:46
B m.t.rrlTM at (lolly (Spring! .t A:30 p.m.!
No. 1 Imtm IMly 8nrinm dally at tt:U0
a.m., arrival at Mamimii at II :1S a.m. I No.
4 Imiwi Mampbli d.ily at 7 :30 p.m., arrival
t Holly Kprinai at 11 .-At) p.ui.t No. U Imt.i
HoMy Hiirinir. daily at 3:30 a.m., .rrir.i at
M.mphii .1 H r'VS a.m.
WiUHUGTo, M.y 10, 1RH0, 1 a.m.
InJ rations: For Tenncng-e aiul
Arltnnwui, fnir wentlior, Bliiht cliaiiKcs
in temperature; lilno croBccn', red sUr.
For Arkantu and Tennttiwr: Fair
Wnlhn; no dridl change in Innjxrn
ture; wnilmly wind.
MMrm.. T., May 10, 1IUW.
Time. Bar. Tlier. WTml W'tliwr
7:00 a.m. "JO RSI 70.0 S. Clmr
11:00 a.m.'-'O.WW 77.0 H. Cltnr f
8:00 p.m. '.D 8: 83.0 R. Fait'
7:00 p.m. 29.707 8X0 BE. UWr
10:00 p.m. 21)81 i 78 0 H, Qleur
Minimum tflmiwrr.turfl, C!i.O.
Rainfall, .00. y
Ozone, 11 .ra'T, 1.
t'h. natloa Rlon.
8i.itAi 8mvic, U. S. Abmt,
, ' May 10, 1S80-5 p.m.
-' Divialon of talPKrams and rrports for
the benefit of commerce and agricul
ture. Ootton raoaDn buQntin for the
twenty-fonr honre ending May 10th, 6
TUOT. ? ' 1 ? i F
Memphle 80 (ill .00
HMhrille 85 70 .00
Grand Junction... 84 (2 .00
Corinth 85 55 .00
Toacambia 83 60 .00
Decatur Ht) h .00
Boot Uboro..... ...... 84 57 .00
BateavlU 81) 07 .00
Hernando 85 62 .IX)
Grenada 87 r8 .00
ArlinRton 87 (id .00
Milan fll I (lit I .00
Paria 80 67 .00
Covington.. 87 08 .00
Dyerburg. 80 69 .00
Bolivar 84 0(1 .(X)
Holly Springs 8tt (5 .00
Otqnl 8U 07 .00
Rnatg 5550 1149 .00
M-ana 811 04 .00
JUIBTHICTS. S 5 2- 2 S 0
a B B a B E
i a i ' a
WilminKti'ii 8 69 .00
CliarleMon 8(1 .'id .00
Auuu.ti 88 2 .00
Havminali S!t 58 .00
Atlanta SO 53 .Oil
Montgomery SS 01 .00 '
Mobile S9 00 .00
Kew OrkMna. 88 t;4 .
.lveaton r9 70 .00
Vlckaburfj 88 02 .
Little Koi k 8S 06 '.( 0
Mempbia 80 04 ,0J
8nmg U'53 739 .
Mean. 88 02 .00
Orand Ui v niects to-day.
The Maifot wna a big nucvcus.
Th demand for building permits
oecomea uvoner ovory tiay.
Tne picnic that blooma in the
apring is becoming numeroux.
Several email ainnera were bi
tneed in the Criminal Court yes'.er-
The medl shoot of the Memphis
tiun Club that m to nave como oil
to day ha ben poatjuined.
A go(ak-t!iicf named John Wil
lterson was eentencei to ten months
by Judge, Douglnas yesterday.
Suit for divorce was fileA'in the Cir
cuit Court yesterday by W. H. againNt
Oeo'gia Handall. " Desertion is al
leged. A few of the turfmen linger still,
though most of the men and horses
have .one to Louisville, St. Louis or
- The w ill of the late Dr S. II Brown
was admitto I to probate yesterday.
He leaves his proerty to his two
f Ralph Crawford, the linndsomo
ten-year-old son of Mr W. J. Craw
ford, net with a serious accident ves
icnlay afternoon at 1'rof, Itoffe's
school He Ml while wrestling with
younir Durham, a school-companion,
and had one of his legs broken in two
A slics (f the lank at the foot of
Tennessee at reel caved in yesterday,
brinping the water within ten feet of
the railroad track.
Tlie farrncrx nortbtast of the city
aro still mourning their lop by the
recent storm. Tin1 damage in some
cases runs up into the thousands.
( n. Tr.n v hfH received a tele
gram from A. .1 r.ittison, saung he
will be here this evening to begin
work on the tohoirgnuiiig; switclil.uclc
Speaking 'it i!ie races, the eor
n 'NMindeiit o the St. Jxmis U-imliUr m
n:ys the meeting wis t!enotsuc
ce'vful ineveiv wiiy evr held south
of Mason mid Dixon s line.
Shcrill' Cannon received a tele
phone vcMentiiy from the sheriff" of
Crockett countv'ask na him to hold A.
J Newton, whom want'd for killing
a man near Bell's Million in IH7U.
President Harden is 8 i 1 too un
well to attend to his duties ts l'oli
Judge, and was obliged to leave his
ollice altogether jesterday on account
of the serious illness of Mrs. Iladden.
The Southern Express Coinpjny
wi 1 send its express, commencing to
day, from Memphis on the Memphis
and Little Bock railroad on the alter
noon train, leaving the ollice at 4 :30
p.m. and depot at 6:20 p.m.
In the Criminal Court yesterday
Jas W Jarmea, for carrying a pistol,
was fined 150; A.J. Norton, for as
sault and battery, was flood $-i and
sentenced to six months, and a fine
of $50 and sixty days waa also im
posed upon bim for carrying a razor.
Treasurer Green's benefit, which
occurs at the Memphis Theater to
morrow night, promises to be largely
attended. Daily rehearsals of the
Doctor of Alranitira have been toing
on, and all the members of the com
pany are thoroughly up in their parts.
Between six: and seven hundred
people attended the performance of
the Davene Comedy Company at Ksti
val Bark Sunday night It was a very
fair varie'y show, with no features
woithvof siKsciil mention except the
trapezs act of the Davenes, which
was one of the best thimrs in an acro
batic way ever seen in Memphis.
Sergt, lingers, Court Square keen
er, a full uniformed and bonded po
liceman, was convicted yesterday in
the Criminal Court of carrying con
cealed wepons, and fined 150. He ap
pealed to the huoreme uouri. me
proof showed that he was in the sober
performance of his duty at the time.
To those who remember the ease with
which certain drunken denuttes es-
cap d a short time since, this ruling
of the Court will bo a surprise.
In tho Countv Court yesterday It.
D. Fiaysei, Theo. Bead, I). A. Frayser
and 8 I'. Beed lllnd a bond as sureties
for R J. Black, jmblic guurdivn im
proved. Tho chairman was instructed
to make out contr cts for the stores on
the ground floor of. tfie Court-House.
On motion of Jcs'ico Galloway, tho
action of thnyOourt in appropriating
$.'50 (or ericrs of special deputies to
gu'ni.ijounteo was reconsutorou and
Onally passed by a vote of 9 to 8. A
,Viilo of po itlons reducing assessments
were paivMsi upon.
Tho purchase) of tho "uWio Iilgrr,
for which arrairements were made
several days ago. wis consummated
last Saturday, and for tho nmno of K
Whitmore, which has appiarcd at tho
top of tho paso for twent' Tears, that
of the new firm, Mathes &
Co., was substi'utud yosterday even
ing. Capt. Mathes lmi been the edi
tor ol the paper lor ntieon years, ana
Capt. Trunk, an equal partner with
him. for eleht var. Cant. Mathes
and bis associates have the beat wishes
o! the A ri'KAL fcr their future, which
it goes without saying is assur ed, start
ing aa they do nn a basis of twenty
years cf uninterrupted success. An
experienced newspaper man and with
the assistance of C.pt. Trask, h ought
sbo't'y to increase the strength of the
Isdijtr In every direction.
8ole Agents for Horace B. Kelly fc
Cu.'s 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. samkiaon a co.
W. T. Brooks of Wa'er Valley Is
slopping at (iaston's.
AV. W. IoiinY of Forrest, Miss, is
legistered at tias on's.
J. W. Buchanan of Crcuada, Miss.,
is registered at Gaston's.
C-M'T. J. U YmtoKK of .Inckson.
Miss, was in the city yesterday and
visibly impressed by w hat he saw.
Mm. Sam ik IIoustom Cakk will,
for t is week, and perhaps longer, be
the guest of Mrs. Bronsoii Bay lias, 102
Mu L. Boskntmai. b aves this luorn-
iu lor Cincinnati, to attend the con
vention ol the American Ticket
Brokers' Asso: iiilion.
Mini Bkm.s Fokh'Sk, from the New
.I'.nglniid Conservato y of Music,
Boston, i in the eitv visiting the fam
ing Of Dr. B B. .Nail.
Thk Confede'ate Historical Associa
tion will meet to-night at :'. Madison
street A full attendance of mem
bers is respectfully asked and ex
Tut ladies of the First Presbyterian
Church will bp happv to en erta'n all
of their friends on Thursday evening
from 8 to 11 o'clock. A small sum
will lie charged for refreshments. Ad-
Miss Mom. ik Uitom has removed
h'r dressmaking business to No 7 St,
Martin. bccoiuI door south of Beulo.
where she will be pleased to seo her
old customers lul many new onus.
Woik at tho very lowest prices.
Thk fact that some Memphis mer
chants are w ell know n a long distance
from home was made known at Mar
tin Cohen 'a yesterday. He was hlp-
Fing a Shaker hat to Washburn, Wis.
t was a fine black felt, crown six
inches high and rim six in-lies wide.
It bad lieen ordered from Mr. Cohen,
was mado according to his dtieclions,
and was an excellent piece of work.
Thi many customers of I. Samelson
it Co. w ill be glad to learn that during
the remodeling of their store, which
will take about two weeks, they have
secured room at Messrs. LoebA Mook's
gents' furnishing store, corner Main
and Monroe BtreoU, where they will
continue to dispense their choice
brands of cigars to their legion of
friends, and at the? same time save
money to the traveling man on rail
road ticke's to all poin s.
Mrs. R Bice, representing tbe Gal
veston 0t! (ifnj4, is in D e city in
the interest r f that sprighty w -ekly.
She comes to Memphis with letters
from d stinguished p rsonsnnd is well
ndorsed as an energetic ana milium
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, MAY 11. 1886.
agent, whose work is of the most prac
tical and the-efore of the paying kind.
Mrs. Kite canvasses fur sub:cnptions
and also acts aa correspondent, writing
very good letters of every plice she
visits. She projKvscs to w rite of Mem
phis and htr trade and prospects
I writing up the card in Sunday's
issue of the Memphis r-addlery Com
pany we tininteii ionallv mentioned
that Mr. K. Mever v.as of Meyer,
Ba'ierman & Co., St Imis, Vo., wide
he is only a brother of Messrs. Meyer
Bros, of that lino and is in no way
connected w ith the bnsine s there.
Dit. Rtkfi., pa.st or of the First
Methodist Church, h s gone to St.
linison minis er nl sc. vice. Hewill
le joined there bv Mr Anthony Boss
of this city, ami they will make a
thorough examination of thecbiiiches
of St. Louis, wilh a view to selecting
plans for tlw new church to be built
on the ci rner of Poplar and Second
streets. Dr. Kteei's pulp t w ill be oc
cupied next Kiinduy by the Bev Mr
Ramsey, the popular pastor of the
Methodist Church at Oxford, Miss.
Capt. C. B. Ssafs of tho corps of
engineers, United Slates army, who
has )ecn stationed in this cily for two
or three years past in charge of the
work of saving and protecting this
harbor and the river improvements in
the vicinity of Vicksburg, has been
ordered to Willis's Point, Long Island
Sound, and will leave for that poet of
duty in a few davs. No officer of the
army stationed here has ever gained
upon tne esteem of this public as
Capt Sears has done, and this not by
catering for popularity but because of
Lis attention to duty, and the result
ant good work tint followed. Aa a
scientific officer be lias maintained his
own good name and upheld the honor
and character of a corps that is de
servedly held in high regard, especi
ally by scientic men. The people ol
Memphis part w ith Capt. Sears with
great regret, believing that his devo
tion and special adaptability to the
duty assigned bim here made bim of
special value to a work they are
especially interested in. Goo1 wishes
go with him, and if ever in the shift
ing life of a soldier he comes this way
again he is sure of a warm Southern
frlralaal Canrt lionglaaa. Jade..
Calendar for to-day: 159, Chas
Fallerj 141, Jim Ryder; 105, Jim
Armstrong; 10,'J, Allen Porter.
It. LO WENVTEIN A IIIIOS.
OIK (J BE AT MAT .SALE
Inaugurated yesterday and which
waa attended with such great sue
ies, will be
No lady should fail to attend this
sale, from the fact that the oppor
tunity to purchase New, Choice
Garments, well made and of the
very best materia), at such extreme
low prices, does not often present
itself. All prices named in Sun
day's issue of tbii paper will be
HAVE YOU ATIENDED
Oar Great (losing Out Sale of
I.ADIIN', Mlsar.V, ( IIILDHi:it'S
Ksmemher this sale cannot con
tinue much linger, thertfere lay
ub an early call, provide yourselves
and rhildieu with the very best
BhofP, for less money than they
ran be mads for.
We exhibit to-day a beautiful line
tf Kichnive Novelties in
SIMMER WASH FABRICS,
Our Own Direct Importation.
Tufted Crapes la Stripes,
With Plain to Match.
Tufted Striped Batista,
With Plain to Match.
These are the most attractive
light Summer Fabrics that have ap
peared in the market this season,
and promise to be very popular,
because of their novelty and the
exquisite taste displayed in the de
a gn and combinations.
They must be seen to be admired.
B. I.OWENSTEIN Jk IIKOS.
MonoKram littngleai; Bf nlford.
4. RaUedare a l.taaraniaralaia far
yoar riaoabJoa aad aaa-'ttUac.
Uft ttatlatda-e a Laaraaanta ta) da
Coapre aad Carrlaaraa at W. K. Ed
wards at Uroa. Mlakle the only
plaea la lae rilj tbat haa them
Trlepaaa. Order, promptly attend
adl. Telrptaaaes Maa.a and 70S.
W. H. BINGHAM Miami..
Europaan plan. Enlarcod and refnrniah.d.
Plica, according to ma and loca
tion of rooma.
R P Ch. Teno H P Cullcn, Tonn
W Corla-n. K txirand, T.on
J W hall, ii J K Ui-h irda. .Mm
Mn I'.irhanln, Mia. HinM t hni.n. Mill
C l!ruoli. Mim I 0 B-rty. 11.)
J Jl Field. lii W W U"urv. Mia.
J A CroViiii-r, Tfnn ""ra It Field, Min
K S JenuoiK, Toon Mp l.arland A i,
M Jny, lnu J lloiKrll, Ln
"II Orr. Tenn J Cauilien, M m
L KPeUr-. Irnn V 'f (ilo'..u, ild
: Juno, Mi-n ' A Krr, Max
I. T Ki-ulili-y, Tenn II II Orr, Tonn
P U Hill. 'J.-i.n M (; Cruu-p. Tenn
8 f U-jIo. .Mo M Mul. Mo
T P i lirt 111 iif-m. Ark Mi.sJ limliiei. Tenn
Mix K iiliqr, lesn J II hupliiio. Ark
I.CTiiinr, jrK X A Taylor, Ark
B Deiiinan ,v w, iliej W li i ronnl.nw, Mill
V 11.4 r, Mix J 1. Jtnloee A w, Ark
P T Foryi!ie,oh'o Y. .1 alien. Miaa
(' A Pe'eriioii, N-b P J O'l.uglilMi. Ark
C O MeKini.i-y, Mo T J Ilullin, .Viiaa
J N bainlruiii, Teun J 1) IValdr.n. Ark
C F 11 row ii, lo'-n B .li Fvuna, Tenn
J W lliin.-i.ii. Tenn W II Miller, Mix
JTPullen.Ky J Einniu, Mo
WeiPiek.tt, Ark V E llurri.on, Mo
C P. Uararr, Wia Mia, Paul. Wia
8 B Hopkins, Tex II Smith, Ark
C C Mohinney, Mo P (I Reininaton, Ohio
i Wenitbur.or. Obio J W Buchanan, Mil.
A H beniing, Oh:ol KLiehman,Ua
H E P.ttua, Mmin K it ht.arni. Mo
f B.rn.cc. Aw, Mo B T Strand, Tana
a O Chandier, Mix T II McUraw, Mill
A J Hohaano-an, Mo W 8 Lai-hmja, Ky
E E Moirell, Tena (1 T Uaakini, Ky
J b t'pehureh, Tenn J M Landsman, T.nn
HPik-ber.Ky P 8 UriHilb, T.na
W 8 U'iHith.T.nn N Tanner, Tenn
A W Uiv.ri.i, fin JB Hooper, Ark
V W Bium.r, La.
Prakody Ha Lei.
0. B. 0 ALLOW A V CO PanraiiToa.
KatM 2 60 and 13 par day, aooorcina to
lii. and location of room tipacial
SMCall.n.Vo CO Cola. Ho
E Starr., Mo AH Pl.nt, T.nn
W U Fly.n, Ky W X Taliaferro. N Y
F O Koberuon, Min U Fl Fcott, Tenn
Theo Freenan, Mill L II Lanier, T.aa
W I) C.noon, Tuna A B Sweeny. Mo
0 K O.irdorf, Mo (1W Curtia, Mo
K Aldworlh, III X P McO.T.ra, Ark
0 W Hendric k. Ky 0 H bt lei, Ky
J 0 Davu, Tenn A A Lyle, Tenn
R C McNeely, Mix 0 H Turn.r, Mm
U U Pettan.id, B C C II Weaver, Ark
M K Buck.baam, Md 0 W Naylor, Md
CSCollirr, Ark Robt Dunn, Ark
W A B .mam, T.nn W O Baker, Mm
A Ooldthwaita, La (J W Head, P.
W W Taylor Aw.T.nnM Cochran, T.na
A Green. NY D Koblman. Mix
C U Eit.ll, T.nn C H L.Uouaer, III
W A Koii, Ky L Whits, Ky
(4 F Pepper, NT H Oreenwald, Tax
8 O Mani.all, Mo W W Ward, NJ
TP Wianini, Ohio J W Cobb, N Y
Tom Culwallader, III M H.ynian, Ohio
If K S,e, Km J K Hull, Mo
J MoHon.id, Mo C V Keynolda, Mo
II W Hradley. Ky S Erana, Ky
K Parker, Ark J J W.l.h, 111
P B Mo.br, Tens H UeO.ry, Mo
FFitihu.h, Tex A 11 Plant, Tena
T 0 Leonard, Mien A B Herbert, Tenn
A M M Millar. Ten a W A Uarn.rd, Tena
1'8 Alilrldga, Mix B P Ruber a, Mo
Mrl K hire, lex r 11 Montgomery, Mill
(1 L Harriinn.CliicaioMn M B Oollini, Mill
KCollina, Mill K W llign, Ci 0 R K
T A Atchinion, Tenn 0 0 b.vidion, M C
A B Cart r, Ua 8 B Jonai, Ala
W B Crateton, Ala 8 CJamiion, N C
Mra A K Fot, Mix Mill t May, Mix
T E Kdwurdi, Tenn C A Woodruff, T.nn
t) J Ulexins, Tenn B J C.rrington, T.nn
0 K Kudiifll, Teun H E Bullin. ton, T.nn
J F Harrell, Ky John Diidg.i, Ky
(1 11 Becker, Ky F Davenport, Mo
A P Smith, Mo K II Boott, Tenn
LJKlIia. Ark J M Taylor, Ark
lr Mu.l Aw, Ark Mill E Uuy. T.nn
M I Howell, Mo W L Boyd, Mo
J U Boyd ckw, Tenn A Hamwontree, T.nn
M 0 Son niion, Tn n M 1) Blaydei, N Y
J B Iluvii, N f A Aceri io, N J
B C Pimmoni, N J B J Strang., M J
UVT.tum, Mo MHMattack, Mo
Mrl N B Life, ours. nd child, T.nn.
NATIOMAL ailLSOAO AU.NT's 1S8DC1.TI0N.
H M Wilion, Pre. J F Pickett, Vice-Prei
KW Bia.i.SeoATreu YV N Whit.,
N L RoDaruon, A B Pop.,
(4 K llarrii, J P Ch.mb.ra,
F T Fuller. R II Uairer,
1 W Reynold!. II C Hnyder,
II J Lawrence, J 0 Downing.
L B Aroher, P B Ul.rkt,
AD Allen, EAThonton,
Mb Jay, CTScaile.
The New Uayea.
F ARRIN0T0 N , BT E W A RT A WHITE,
Ratal, t3 50 to t4 par day, acoordini to loca
tion of rooma.
W 8 Winter, la E Morton, Tenn
J barw n, T.nn J C Mullin, Pa
M A Henrforino, N C II 0 Ogla, Ohio
A W McDonald, Tann W.J Whitthorn, T.nn
Cupt Leach. T.nn DAScott.Miu
T I Adenholdt, Mix B W Herah, Tenn
(J 1) Cnton. La F A Austin, Miaa
JEVolck.NY VWri.ht, NY
A T ilarrii, Mill W C Williama, Miai
P Pointer jr, Mill R T Sledge, Miaa
J M Read, Mia. T W Burroniha, Ind
A F Uunn, England K i Sutfin, 111
E Van de Walker.M f MM (lilobriat. T.na
L I. ti.rley, T.nn V K Harper, Mil
8 Bella. Md
C W Jabrin, Md
C L Uariey, Ohio
II W McUorry.Tann
J II Yeiger, T.nn
C 0 Ur.h.m, T.nn
MPPort.r. N X
J C Davu, Mioh
W T Anderaon, Toon
W M Keller, T.na
J II Freeman, T.na
W W Wood, T.na
0 B Uocki, N Y
R Fi.k, Ark
H K Franoii, T.na
II U Washburn. Mo
U K Pag., Miai
J C Loniatreet. Miai J Bradley. La
(1 N Pain., Miai H U Barrow, T.nn
K Drescoll, NY T H H olden. T.nn
B Kmmett, 111 C 11 Foot., Mn
J AllickiAw, Mo MHMiy.NY
W E lrfive, Tenn Miaa Morton, T.nn
Mix McCarry. T.nn BR Pri tt, w Aa, N Y
J M Johnaon, Mix Mix Wilion. M Y
J R J. nra. Mu T J Patera. Ala
L U Hawkins, Ala 6 T Mont.om.ry. Ark
o n need. Ark A L Ul.aaon. Ark
8 L Wl li.ins. Ark T I) Hunt, Ter n
O B Hiaith, Tenn LR Armstrong, Tenn
R J Siinpaon, Miai T B rurguaon, Miaa
U L tox. Mix F B Campbell, Mix
L F Austin, Mill B F Carlnl. Aw, N Y
Mra Carlisle, NY 0 L Wiiaon Aw, N Y.
Daily's Enropena Boitil,
Corner of Adnma and Main atreeta. Rooma,
60o, 75c .ad $1 per day : American Plan,
12 ier day.
First-clnsa Rostaur.nt in th. Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (Hi y.ara with Peabody Uot.l)
C S Moore, Tenn W B Seward, Tenn
J II Cnvdor, Tonn K hnoufT, Pa
.1 1 l'hclnn, Ti-nn K Fuxulbarh, P.
T Maisull, N V J Lhtio, N Y
C D llrouiililon, Tenn W Andrews, Ind
W W Cooloy Aw, N Y J II BarwaM, tin
W t) Iiclta, III C Kreahmeyer. Mo
A 8 Hi ilxnra, Ark W M Unvine, III
MiHi L Dovaue, 111 Misi C Forrer t. III
B l.ii-n. Ill
.. Kietwuod. Ill
C Hall Aw, III
(' M Aalilov, Ky
Misl Ijciin Liurent. TH
A J Ni w c an. Ill
Mix K Howard, III
K lloliiu.g Aw, 111
M ss.Iu1ia lirvnnt,IIl Mir- Annie Hider, 111
W B r-'ewiiri, Tenn J 0 Mo rison, Tenn
A Kvim Aw, Tezai
11 Mara, Teiai
D S Boone, Tenn
W O Sun. Tenn
Kollit llvati, Texa.
II S Irvine, Md
T L Bintham, Tenn
N D OreeM, Tenn
1 n 1) -: -1. rr
T Bnnel.nt, Tenn
4 iiniiai.u., .villi uiivr.;. leuD
F 0 Miuuibaimh, Alk E B (leddii, Tonn
CBHey.r, Mo F M Thomas, La
D 0 (Slaughter. T.nn A K Strickland, Tena
C B (-holler, Mn T K Fraiiar i.nn
J R O'Riley, Mix W Sheridan, III
W T Lightloot. Ill J Pmallwood, Tenn .
SHoefer. Tenn B M reward, Tenn
A WoodrntT, Tonn I) 0 York, Ark
FMnrphy.Tenn F S Inge, I.nn
R M l-'eward. Tens J 0 Moore, Tonn
WRH.rrell, T.nn J P Slough, N C
W A Steffey, T.nn
Solid Silverware at MuIforcTa
Ladies' and genta' jslothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostneb feathers am' lace curtains by
Louis Rsitrel, s Jetlerwri ntrt, Mem
phie. Tn"n. Hrmt i li. express.
OrderMaUord Wade MedaLO
Vmmtm aad Carrlaaea at W. K.
Edwarda dt Bra..' fitabla-tba only
plat) la th. eliy- taat haa thaaa.
Telephea.Ord.ro promptly attend
ed to. lelephoaeo h'oa. aad 79S.
MaKord, Jeweler, 24 Mala, to
loclta orders from the country.
do to n.mphta rlorat t'otapaay
for plaala and plenty of them.
Flue Watch repairing- at Sulford's.
I3The firm of GOODBAE CO. has been diseolvtvl, and we have reorganixed oor iniortxit in the Vboisale Boo
and Shoe Business, in connection with Mr. W. E. Love, late of Warren, Love A Co., St. Louie, Mo., sad Mr. i. O
Callicott, of Cold water, Miss., nnder the style of and firm name given below. We thank oar friends for their patron aga
in the past and hope for a continuance of their favor. A. B. GOCDBAT
o J. V. GOOOBAR.
A. B. OOODB4K,
Lata of Qoodbar A Co., M.mphia.
307 & 369 Main
We are cow receiving a larce and Entirely 2Vew Nt"Ok of Eastern and
Spring Trade of 1886, which we ofl'nr at iikock ltottoin Prices,
. he man1 hv anv (vvmrietino; m.rlrnr..
J AM FN . JIELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nob. 290 and 202 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.,
UAIIDFACTDBERS Aim JOBBERS
Saddles, Harness, Collars,
SADDIiGnY IIAItnWAIlI" AND I.nATIIEK.
ON FIRE !
The Water Exploding and
Along the Banks.
Star The sight of a river on fire has
not been seen in the vioinity of
Memphis, but it is certain that the
Greatest Bargains in Clothing are to
be found at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 262 Seoond street.
It is now time to think of Spring
Clothing. Ponder well whero 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.
Read the Answers in the Stars.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors ean
sell you Clothing at Halt Cost, be
cause we buy Clothing at Half Prioe
The Misfit Clothing Parlors buy
nothins that they do not seoure
at what represents a great saorifioe
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 spring flowers will soon be
here. Prepare to dress to recoive
them. The Misfit Clothing Parlors
Stacks of New Suits,
Piles ot Eusiness Suits,
Tons of New rants,
Beautiful Spring Overcoats.
OUR STRONG POINTS t
First in quality; lowest in prices;
nothing but real, roliablo clothing;
every garment carefully made.
262 SECOND STREET,
0pp. Coart Square.
JW The Wide-awake Great Low
fc" All alterations, to insure a per
feot fit, made free of charge, by a
First class Tailor.-e
Importer and Daal.r la
ftiaaa, Ftahlaar Taehlo aad Rporta
aaca'aaaBpllea. par Special attention
rven to MANllFAClUKIKti aad &K
413 nala Stn Memphis, Tena
J. H. BOODBAM,
Late of Goodbar A Co., Memphia.
W. m. UTI,
Lata ol Warraa. Lot.
i m . .ii i
and 18 Gayoso Strecls;Meraphis, Tenn.
OrriCEWo. 24 HIGH STREET.
OBQILL BROTHERS & OO.
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR BUTTS.
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR LOCKS,
PLAIN AND BRONZED SASH FASTENERS,
BOLTS, KNOBS, ETC.
A MOST COMPLETE STOCK OT
Of DEJxreix-y XDeaorlptlon.
Jamoa At. Goodbar Win. JL. Clark Eugene J. Carrlna;toa frauak G. Jones
BOOTS and SH
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to MEBI HANTS ORLT th. largeat and beat itoek oCBooti and Bhoei are
h.TO .T.r brought to thla market, and which oannot be inrpaaaed in qn.lity ana!
atyleaby.ny houne in thiaor any other eity. In addition to a complete lin. ot Eaatera
mad. (ooda, Inoludini the OKL.Bk.Tkii GOOOMAK akCtf. BKOG .AN, v.h.ndla
a larg. and aeleot atock of Cuatom-made Gooda for Men, Women, Miaa., and Children. Wa
carry a number of the beat makea In th. country, in ever variety nd at: I., and .moac
them tth. well known Men'a C.lf Boot, and Shoea ranufa-tared by Geo. Hooker for oar
Bprinr Trad, a a alto oarry a choice lin. of Ladiea and Mines' Custom Kid, Goat aad
C.lf Goods, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman A Co. W. invite th. trade to ...mine
oar atock nafor. buying elsewhere, .nd w. gaaraote. .verythlng we sell to give satiiifactioa.
UiHlilRtK at t'O.
Clerk or the Vrlmlnal Coart.
WE ar. antboriied to annonne. R. P.
CAPER8 (tor twenty-one years D p
uty) .a a e.ndidat. for Clark of th. Criminal
Court of bh.lby county, lubj.ct to th. Dem
WK ar. autho'lied to .nnonnsc D ABEY
W. COLIIBKm. candidal, lor Clerk
of th. Criminal Court of Shelby county,
tttbi.ot to th D.mocratio Convntion .
County Coart Clerk.
WK .re antboriied to announce that
RICHARD A. 0DLUM las candidate
for County Court Clerk, aubj.ct to th. action
of tb. Democratic Cnv.ntion.
Jnda-e or the Probata Court.
WK are authorised to annoone. J. P.
YUUNG aa a candidal. fortheoBc.
of Judg. of th. Probata court, subject to th.
action of th. County Democratic Convention.
WE ar. authoriied to annonne. JOHN
M. BRADLEY aa a candidate lor
Trustee ot Shelby county at th. ensuing
Augnat .Lotion, aubiect to th. notion of th.
WK are antboriied to announce AN
DREW J. HAKRISas a candidal, for
re-elootion to the office of County Trustee,
aubiect to th. action of th. Democratic Con
vention. THE Appeal la anthorlied to announce Mr.
H. F. LKMAbTEK aa a candidate lor
the office of Trustee of Shelby coun'y, sub
ject to the action of th. Democratic Conven
tion. For Atlornry-General.
WE are authorized to announce GEORGE
B. FKTKHS, Jr., aa aoandidate for
the office of Attorney-General, aubiect toth.
action of the Democratic Convention.
THE Appeal is nnMioriied to .nneunce S.
1). WhAKLKY ai a randitlato lor Attorney-General
aubjeot to the Democratic Con
vention. For Ke.laler.
WE ar. authorised to announce N. F.
(BUNK) IIAKKISON as a candidate
for Register, auuject to the aotion of th.
Democratic County Convention.
THE Appeal la authnr'tcd to announc
JOHN V. MrCALLUMM a eandidate
for Regiater, auiject to th. action of th.
THE nnderaigned announce, th.t h ts a
candidate tor Register, and asks th.
support ot th. Tot.rs of Shelby county. It
.leoted, will .nde.ror to giv. aatisfxotion in
th. discharge of th. dutiea of th. office, and
places hia claims subject to th. Mtion of th.
County D.mooratio Convention
TH0S. B. CRENSHAW.
M.mphia, Maroh 28, 1886.
SA. DOUGLA8, of Kerrvllle, T.na., Is .
. candidaU for RKGlbTbR, subject toth.
action of th. Demooratio Conr.ntion.
WK Jtr authoriied to anaonnc B. A.
EOMONuSON as a o.ndidat. for
County Register, subject to tb. action of th.
THE Appeal la .uthorlied ta announc
JOHN W. GOULD aa a candidate, for
th. offlo. of Regiater, subject to th. action oi
tb. D.mooratio Convention.
Jada-o or the Circuit Court.
W. .re authorised to announc L. H. E8
TKS, JR., a. a e.ndidat. for Judg. of ib.
Circuit Coa-t, aubjact to th. actio, of tb.
JAMES L. SOODLOS will b. a candidate,
before th. Democratic Convention, tor
nomination to th. office of Judg. of th. Cir
cuit Court: .nd, if defeated, will support
tb. laooaaafal nomine.
W. ar .uthorlied to annonne. tbat JOHN
JOHNSTON is a candidal, for Judge of th.
Circuit Court of Shelby County, subject to
.ctlon of the Pemoi-raf e ConTentien.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationery
348 Main St., Memphis, Tenn
Wlahlair to ttre from Bualaoaa
Wo Otter war Eallro
STOCK AT COST.
Lat. ot Old u ator.
Custom-Made Boots and Shoes for
on as liberal terms as can
MEYEIC, Hec'y and 1 reati.
URING the aaason w. will receive Ban
Hart'i Berriej n.orn'nf and .vming.
Just received a Iresh lot of Kennedy fin
Biscuit and Cakaa.
Butter Scotch, Beatric, ibart.
Lemon Cream, Jelly Dropa, r-ur.waoury,
Coeo.nnt Tally, Royal Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. AaaorUd J.ily, Eta.
J. F. BUCKHAM fc CO.
Corner Second and Beale Sts.
Jobs Otietok, Ja. 0. N. Oaosmoa.
OVERTON & GROSVENOR,
Real Estate Dealers
AGENTS A BROKERS,
Ofiloe, 264 Seoond Street.
at. a. oor. eeoBit a txan,
M tat HIS, a . . iSMCaiB.
RfAIi EST ATI B0U9HT AND BOLD.
Tax.a Paid. RenU Collected. tc., on
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
fmportera and deal.ra in Cnas, Amnin
ultlon .nd Flahiiijc Tackle), lliillilera'
llHrtlware, f.lfyirte Hnila and An
nnnclnturM for Hotels and Residences,S4a
Hnln atrrrt, MruiiihlH, lun. Kleotrio
supplies alwayi on hand. Repairn neatly
SHEA ft McCABTHT.Propr'g,
140, 142, 144 Front, Uemphis.
ONE OP THE LARGKPT BOILER SHOPS
in th. South, .nd th omy eompl.t
Boiler and S.Mt-Iron Works In th. city,
tfaautaetnror of hoawy plato Iroa.
work of ovovjr atoatertptloa. Special
atuatloa at a. vlantatloa work.
IMPORTER AND SEALER ID
Qms, AmannltioB, Fishing Tackle
and Itase-iiall Boods.
WHOLES ACE AND RETAIL.
xb) Mala Btroat, aoaapbla, Teiaai
Manufacturing and Repairing of Guaa a
j ORANGE GROVE TRACT CCS C CI
y' " aa mi m iu Viituit n. , I
I B. K. AND LANIk H., nt Hal. aa.,...,! I
oa. A.ar...B.7.ru. nJiiiSSSH I
O.I.HQ I. .... .-u.b.rk-a . iu i. u I
iiiS).ll,onopr.. V. py mi tin. rnr iw. .rUL I
' ' L . anarM. i. fun
roKTV AdltKH FHEK- I
.. St. Louia.
Of is'v rerer""" j-"""" I
Offlc. Public Administrator, Shelby County
Courthcuie, Memphis, Tenn.. April 15. 18N6.
rpills, undersigned hv eg been appointed
or Henry F. Arnold, deretsed, notice i.
hereby given to all persona indebted to said
estate to com. forw.rd .nd aettle; and to
thoa. to whom laid .state is indebted to 6'.
their claims with me, duly probated, within
the time prescribed by law. or the a.m. will
b forever brr.d. JOHN LOAGt'B,