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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1886.
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7:21 ft. a
4:u7 ft. a
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11:16 p. a
OtiVi N KOTTO N a.
A With 11 linei entering Mepb.li.
S-Wltb M. AN. W.R. R. for iloleaa. .
O or Ureenville and Huntington, aad all
S-With V. A M, Bd Vj, 8. A P. Rallroadi.
-With N.. J. A C. K. K. fur Aatchei and
S For Points en the Branch.
Withitearaeri lor Bayou Sara.
H With rftilroftdi diverging fur Florid,
Trial aad Coast point!.
J AS. M. KDW ARBS, V. P. ftnd Q. M.
il. BVRKE,Gencrel Sup'U
A. J . KK Al'P, G. P. A.
Seaport Baaraaud MUalMlnpl Val.
ley. Train! more tnllowi: No. I (Iftit
line daily) leaves at 10:J a.m. No. 2 leaves
at 11:40 p m. daily. Bt. Louis fait lint
UftTel dally at o:30 p.m. No. 7 (lat lint
daily) arrival at 1:30 p.m. Mall and ei
preil arrives daily at 8:l"a.m. St. Louil
(ait lina arrival daily at 9:05 a.m.
lnlalll and Mown villa Train!
move ft follow! : fast mail arrival daily at
6;l!ta.m.: leaval at 10:10 p.m. I mail leavei
doily at 10:10 a.m. I arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brownsville aacooiir nlatlum leavei daily'
leapt Kunday, at 5 :) p.m. I arrival daily,
aoapt Suedar, at 8 .ftO a.m. (itandard tiuia).
BJtaalaalBpl and Tranrawc, Fait
nail train leavss daily at 4 :) p a. I arrival
at t:4o a.m. Local freight leave! at 6:0
a.m.; arrive at 4:30 p.m. Freight traini
Noi. 8 and 6 ran trl weakly. No. A leave!
Memphis Moaday, Wednaaday and Friday.
Mvaaphla and LlltJa stork. Trains
move aa followi (oentral itandard time):
No. 1 leavea dally at t -.'Jb p.m. arrival at
:.V p.m. No. S Uavei at 6 too a.m. J arrival
atH:M)a.m. No. I (freight) leave! Ilopelleld
daily (eioept Sunday) at &;0u a.m.! arrive!
at 7 :10 p.m. i
Memphla a ad 4'harle'atoa Train!
Siove ai followM Through eipraii leave!
aily at 10:20 P.M. Mall and eipress leave!
dally at 10:60 a a. Sowerville eooommoda.
tion leave! daily, ercept Sunday, at 6 :.'0
p.m. Through eapreei arrival daily at i:Jfi
a.m. Mail andu press arrival daily at 4 :65
bouiervtle eicomniodellon arrival
, einept blunder, at 8:30 a.m.
fjnir Raaie-IHiniM fllr. ftnrlueT-
fjli and Aesnsll!l Traini leave.M. and
T. depot aa fiillewi: No. 4, Kansas! ity ex
press, leave! at 10:4f a.m.; No. 3, Kaniai
City eipress, arrival at 8:flrt p.m. No. 2,
Kaniu City mail, laarei atfl:00 p.m. ! No. 1,
Kama City mail, arrive! at H:4f a.m. No.
t, Ht. Loaii and Ohii'avo eiprai. leavei at
OtOO p.m. No. Louil and Cbicaaoex-
Xren, arrival at M5 a.m. In effect Sunday,
Mmirilt RayinlDahant and Allan.
tin Hollv Bprian Houte Traini move ai
follow! t No. 1 f i.v Memphii dally at S:4A
c m. i arrive! in tvlt ripringi at 6:J0 p.m. i
No. 1 leavei MMly rlnriugi daily at 9:00
a.m., arrival ftpMemphti at II ; 15 a.m. I No.
6 leavea Mampili daily at 7:30 p.m., arrival
at Holly HpriMi at 11 :f9 p.m. No. 6 leavei
IintlyHprlugliuly at 11:30 a.m., arrival at
Memphii al E-W a.m.
Whigto, JMav 11, 1HA0, 1 a.m.
IiuVcafeMiis : J'or TtMint'HHco fair
H'PiilhiT' Ofitrly Htntionnry tempera
tnrc. Vqt ArkaiiBiw, fair woatbvr,
I'oitA&fiuifipi anil Itouuiana : Local
rami, Marly HnUunnry trmjertturt, etiu
erljwuuii, thi fling to toutlitrly. For
Arltarmu, Ttxat, Mifouri and Kama:
ahyhtty warmer, fair wntlur,tfinJ thifl
mg tomthrrly. I'or Trnnetive and Ken
tucky; I Fair wfather, variable ivindt,
nearlf itatuiiiary tmnprraturt.
j Bet roroloit leal ttuporl.
MmfFRtR, Tni., May 17. Wfl.
Time. Bar. Thor. Wind. W'tlior
7:00 a.m. 3!).201 60.0 N.E. Cloudy
11:00 a.m.aiV.'ol OtJ.O N.E. Oloady
8:00 p.m. 30.18 611.0 N. Hmy
7:00 p.m. MO.l'.rO tiii.O N.W. (llnir
10:00j).m. :H) l l0l (12 0 N. Clear
Minimum temperature 5-i.b.
Oeon ?, 1 1 a.m., 2.
Ia I ha (Hiitoa Hna-lon.
Signal SiRVin. U. S. Armt,
tMay 17, 18806 p.m.
Divirilon oi telnram and repaita for
the benefit of commerce and agricul
ture. Cotton rion bulletin lnr the
twenty-four hours ending May 17tb, 6
' "8 If "8 P
MSMPMia Dia- S g s &
trict. " 9 ? 2 E
. B B F
Memphis... n. 70 64 .00
MaHh villa tiH 4u .00
Grand Junction... 72 40 .00
Corinth 72 42 .00
Tuscumbia 71 4H .00
Decatur 78 47 .02
BcotUboro 77 43 .00
Bateaville 73 60 .00
Hernando 70 45 .00
Grenada 73 47 .00
ArliDKlon 73 44 .00
roarnivUle..... 71 4S .00
Milan 71 45 . .00
Paria 70 32 .00
Govington.. ......... 64 49 .00
Dyeraburg 72 4(1 .00
Bolivar 72 47 .00
Holly Springe 73 60 .00
Surra ... 1205 832 .02
Meane (13 44 .00
I H5 3 Hp &
s B B ir
WUinington 77 62 .00
Obarltwion 82 Ort ,00
AuitmU 80 6 .00
Savannah 87 50 .00
Atlanta. 77' 61 .00
Montgomery 77 61 .00
MobUe 7ft 61 .00
Hew Orleans...... 7 60 .00
3alveetoun 7U 60 .00
ickelmrg.... 74 66
Little Rock 76 63 .00
Memphis 68 40
Sums 029 645
Moan 77? I 64 .00
The Rev. N. MLong lectures be
fore the Knighw gt, Honor luursday
Kichnrd Gibson was arrested by
the Dolice vestordav. charged with
wiie-whipping and disorderly conduct.
The gnat nas disappeared, but the
wiscacrca declare he is not dead a ut
Bleeping, anjl' that a good southwest
wind win huo nun up.
License! to marry were issued
vfstcrdavlo iV alter Moore and Annie
Goodman-, lUhard M. Gaulcy and
KosaCAin, lUiry Hawkins and Ollie
-iTho Keen" Dramatic Club's en
tertainment vlll take place on the
"28th at tie xotng Men s Hebrew As
sociation Hall,instead of tho 201 b, as
published on WUi instant.
The follow iig have been taken to
Jackson for trim-before the Supreme
Court: Stephen Pell, G. W. Urmmol,
Frank FreemauV Tom Jones, Felix
Lang. S.aiiro &rriB, Bill Tailor, I'
H Wood, G. W Watson, Henrietta
-(iarrett 1 WW John S. Toof, A B.
Ramsey, U. lj Prrtdy, C. P. Hunt,
I-oulaHMiancr, W. J. Smith, Dr. T.
l'orter. W. B tiatM, W. D. Ileibell, M.
U. Bfillv, Carrington Miaon and
Louis Erl were selected by the Crimi
nal Court yesterday as the grand
jury for the tt-nn. j
The following petit jury was se
lected in the Criminal Court venter
"lay: T. Breaman, M. J. Kumell, W.
T. Stone, Nick Ilooth, B. F. Hopgood,
Mat Smith, A. K. Sloan, George
iNfhieLKM. Avery. Ed Shloea, W.
M. lUney. S. M. Stewart, W. T. Ken
nedy and W. A. Amnions.
The concert of the Mozart Society,
to be given this evening in the hall of
the Young Men'a Hebrew Associa
tion, p'omises to I one of (be leading
magical events of the season. Ttie
programme includes numlnrs from
the works of liossini and Bishop, and
the Society des rve a larg pationage
from people of taste and culture.
AU the returns from the primary
elections in the county w hich have
been received show the following conr
mitteemen elected: Third District,
I E DoiiL'las: Fourth, W.T.Jackson;
Fifth, J. W. Monaghan ; Seventh, G.
W. Blackwell ; Eighth, A. E. Cole;
Tenth, J. I. Biggs; Eleventh, J. II.
Alsupj Twelfth, G. F. Farow; Four
teenth, J. J. Williams; Fifteenth, K.
F. Bettis j Eighteenth, J. W. Young.
An adjourned in place of a called
meeting of the Women's Christian
Association will be held at the rooms,
2734 Main street, Tuesday, tho 18th
instant, st 4 p.m. promptly ,instad of
10 a.m , as announced in Sunday's
papers. Annual reports and re
port of Women's Exchange will
be presented. Election of oilicers and
five new directors for the association
will take place. All members are ex
pected and cordially invited to be
present at 4 o'clock promptly. Mrs.
1'. M. fctanley, recording accretary.
The publication in the Appeal
Sunday of the winnings of the various
stables brought out some speculation
as to tho amMint of bookmakers' win
nings and losses It is stated that few
of the gentry made any money at all,
while many of them were from $1000
to SiCOO out of pocket. It is known
that one bookmaker quit tho track
after the fir t day. The amount paid
for tho privilege is an open secret.
Each paid $."40 for the week. Ten dol
lars a day is he regular salary to as
sistant! and all the expenses together
for the week were about JH00 apiece.
Just bofora President Halden's
departure for Biloxi, bo said in a con
versation with an Aitial man, that
one of the things ho would consider
as ho listened to tho sea break, brek,
treakingover the cold grav stones,
would 1)0 tho question of closing
hoHS'S of assignation. The salt air
seems lo have been favorable to a
consideialinn of that subject. In the
police court vesterday morirng be
said: "Thero is n queHtion which I
linve been considering for some time,
ami it is assignation bouses. I want
every house of the kind in the city
rauled and the Inmates, white and
black, arrested. Wo have the powor
to hreak up tueso houses, and we in
tend doing so. These houses are more
dangerous to tho morals of the city
than open houses, and they must go.
I havo made up my mind to that ef
fect, and oilicers will do their whole
duty in breaking them up."
Sole Agputg for Horace K. Kelly k
to.'s Key West Cigars.
The trade supplied at New York
prices. A full assortment constantly
on band at the following stands con
trolled by us: Gayoso Hotel stand,
Peabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. l. samei-hom a co.
Miss Paui.imk Acklrn of Washing
ton City 's the guest of her rela'ivo,
Mrs. Walter A. uooclman. Miolliy
A Hani-script copy of the annual
catalogue of EeMoyno Normal School
has been taken by mistake from the
office of S. C. T.iof A Co. A liberal re
ward will be paid fonts prompt return
this morning. ,
Prominknt arrivals at the Gavoso:
Pr G. B. Thornton, Tenn.; the Hon.
L. F. Jono. St. Louis; V. K. Mc-
Guire, Itosedale; W. J. McCord.
Washington, D. 0.; J. H. Hornor,
Helena; Wm. L. Clarke, Nashville.
Amono the arrivals last night at the
Gaston House was the Hon. David
Johnson, superintendent of the Mis
sissippi Stato Penitent a y. He is
just returning to bis home in Fulton,
alter making an extended trip in
nearly every part of the S ate. visiting
larms wiior convicts are woraea. lie
reports the crops in good condition,
but somewhat late, lie also reports
the fanners In a better condition
to make the crop than for some
time pat. Among; the 600 convicts
now on farms, be finds but little sick
ness and th't tho treatment and con
dition of the convic a ate better than
for years past. Ho now goes to
Uipley and Pontotoc, whero Col. Falk
ner has about 1!0 convicts at work on
his narrow gauge road. Col. Johnson
thinks that Falkner will reach Ponto
toc by the 1st of Octobor After this
year all the convicts will have to be
called in from the farms and worked
on publ c works. This is ia accord
ance with an act of the last lgisU'
MEME5 AND COMPANY.
The Great Carpet Bale
Choice Tapoettrjr IlruHeU
Bought at the recent famous Auc
tion Pale of a leading Now
York carpet mill, will be
These new, choice and elegant
carpets were bong' t "way below
(tost of production, and should in
duce everybody wanting carpets to
secure some of these extraordinary
We have divided the purchase
(42 different yles) intoftbree lots,
at the following sacrificing prices:
Lot 1, 149 pieces - at 60c
lot 2,65 pieces - at 621c
Lot 3, 150 pieces - at 79c
600 pieces Can 'on Matting at
COME EARLY I
Don't miss the GREATEST BAR
GAIN in carpets ever known,
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
IB REMOVED BT THE TJ8E OV COCOA1MI,
And it stimulates and promotes tha
growth of the hair.
Burnett's Flavor ng Extracts ara th
Sai ad.' of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and Laundry on fifth page.
KAtaoMiaTiva telephone 609, A. Mc
NeiL, DaC C. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street
TaAvixtni' Protective A'soc'ation,
Stats Division, will meet tD-nigbt at
Ladies can have spring sewing done
satisfactorily and reasonably at 20
Paikt your carriage for 75 cents
with Neal's Carriage Paint For sa'e
by A. Renkert
Sind a postal to the Memphis Collar
and Cuff Lanudry, 61 Main street, to
All for your laundry.
Dh. W. W. TavIvOR, residence Pea
body Hotel ;. office, 338 Main street,
coiner Union. Telephone connection.
Art Embroidery ExHiniTioi,at New
Horns Parlors, 46 North Court rtreet,
May 17tb, 18th and 19;h. Ldie$ in
vited. The Herbal Chill Care, tho best
tonioana anti-period lo known. A certain
and lure oure for chilli. Prioe II per bot
tle, bend itamn for oironlari. Any raf
arenra glxeo. Addreil Jobs 0. llncke;,
Send to Memphis Floral Company
for list and price-current of plants.
Have largeet stock in town. Come out
and see for yourself. South gate Elm
The Topp residence ami lots on
Beale, IiSuderdale and Jessamine
streets will be sold st noon Wednes
day, May 2iith, by W. A. Wheutley on
Miss Moli.ie Upton has remeved
her dressmaking business to No. 7 St.
Martiif second door south of Beale,
where she will be pleased to see her
old customers tnd many new ones.
Woik at the very lowest prices.
Hotil St. George, 61 Clark street,
Brooklyn, fireproof, beet constiuclioo,
splendidly located on Brooklyn
Height, close to Bridge, handy to
central points of Nw Y rk City and
Ccnsy Island, with mere luxury at
one-third prices; 400roms, all electric-lighted
(103 bath-rooms), hand
somely decorated; very best nphol
sloted furniture ; fioeet bedding; con
csded to be one of the finest hotels in
the country. Tiaoaient rates, $2 50
per day, with priva' toilet. Single
roomr, $1 per night; open all night;
The attention of the public general
ly and that of the pleasure and health
seeking people especially is respectful
ly called to tho advertisement of the
opening of BeaverJam Springs. Ttiij
famous pltasure and health resort is
now in good shape and will be opened
on the first day of June. It now en
joys railroad facilities something not
known to it before and we can assure
(bo public that all who go there will
bo admirably taken care of. The les
sees are gentlemen who thoroughly
understand their business. All who
want pure air. good water, and who
desire to spend the "most enjoyable
season of their lives," should teck
Fine Watch repairing at Molford'a,
Dyeing and Cleaning.
Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Reigel,58 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods reoeivad by express.
CiiBw Hrse Shoe Tobacco.
Beet In the World.
lmahla Floral is, haa the lamas
lock ef plants tm towvj.
Wm. Lnnn, whese experience in the
plumbing and gat-fitting business dats
back many years In this city, will
hireaftorbe found in the capacity of
5eneral superintendent with JAW. X.
trow ne. With this combination we
hope to serve the patrons of Browne,
the Plumber, with careful supervision
et work and at prices is low aa will be
cons stent with tha quality cf work
Monogram Bangles, Mnlford.
V te Ratladare) at Laaromaralaie) tw
roar flambiuK and Waa-flltlaa.
In order to introduce the Alabama
Splint Coal in this market, it will be
delivered at 30o per barrel in city lim
its. It has no superior.
P. M. PATTERSON k CO.
Card of Thanks.
The Teutonic Association wish to
express publicly their great obligation
to all who aided in making the Maifest
a success, especially to Messrs. P. M.
Stanley, Hoist & Bro , O. Zimmerman,
tho police and the entire city press.
jus. t in,, I'rendont.
F. ZIMMERMAN. SenteUry.
Order"M ullord Made Medals.''
Ad I lee to Mothers,
Mrs. Winslow's Soothinn Syrup
rhould always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
sullerers at once ; it produces natural,
-1 i. ir.. . t i 'i 1
quici Bleep uy relieving uie cuiiu
from rain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to taste, it soothes Uie
child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is Uie best known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from
toothing or other causes. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
Solid Silverware at Malfbrd,a
Tbb river at this point marks 28 feet
and 6 tenths by the gang or 29 feet
0 truths above low water mark, a rise
oi 1 loot In Z boor a.
PrrrBDBa, May 17. River 7 feet 4
Indus and falling. Weather clear and
feet on the gauge ana tailing. Weatbar
clear and plevanu
Cincinnati, May 18. Night River
31 feet 10 incbea on tee gauge and tall
ing. Weather clear and cool.
EvANSvitxs, May 17. Night River
ruing, with 2V Iset 9 inchei oa tne
gauge. Weather cool; thermometer
62 to 70". Departed: Golden Crown,
"St. Locia, May 17 Night River
fallen 3 lories, and bow stands 10 feet
3 Inchei) on toe gauge. Weather clear
and cool. No arrivals or departures
of regnlar packet!.
Oaibo. May 17. Nlaht River 39
feet 8incl eon the eauire and rising.
Weatber clear and cool. No arrivals
ol regnlar packets. Departed: City of
St. Lou s, New Orleans.
LouisviLLt. May 17. Night River
falling, with 13 feet in the canal and 11
fert Id inches on the fall". Bniinesa
giol. Weather clear ard cool. Arrived:
Buckeye State, Memphis,
Tha Ir Uavewa.
IARRISOTOW. STEWART A WHITR,
Ratal, 12 50 to to per day, aooordlaf to loea
tioa of room.
LPCoBllDf. Ark BO Helrei, Ark
arey, voio p a norner. ara
a, n. a
1 Retrace. M fl Baeaaulape, Mill
w PiloJaiwr, Tenn HP indexur, Teaa
e, N I
N Bacaaalopa, MiM
J n Douiiu. in
A T Tonan, Mo
J B Adamr. Mia!
I B Allan, l a
J H Ilirki.Wau
K F Miller. Mi!
H R C FoiUr, Mill
il Mill!, Mm
J 8 bred, Tenn
W M Keller, Toan
FB French, Mill
MIm L L Crntir, La
0 W Erwm km. Hi
(i Hall, N V
J W Folkei.Va
II C Hamilton, Ky
J P Mrbawi. Ky
M A Ki-a Ohio
Wm L Clarke, Tenn
0 Blhorton. T.on
Bll Horner An Ark
L F Jon... Mo
U Moi ain, Xenn
J Neibirnr, Mies
W W Walter, Md
BT Middox, Mail
0 W Jonea, Mial
J J (ietea, Mile
C N Weinaen, Hiai
C W Jaoine.Tenn
A Iemoth, Mill
V Hawkini, Mill
C II Foote, Mo
D liuHoia, Oa
J H Freeman, N J
B F Ilirki.Ky
II Milburce, Ky
: B llarrii. III
J F Miu-hell, Miss
R J Morgan, oily
8 11 Uorner, Ark
Mollie Mosaly, Tenn
Alf H Joblio, Ark
S Friedman, Mail
Wm Haliaber, Mo
Cl-Kobinaon Aw. Mill II l Vincent, Mill
fleo Hocker jr, Conn MA Turner, Mo
F B-cker, Mo C Kocbler. Mo
J J Houaion, Mill O K Hill Mill
Ir Mn Landii.Miia Ueo tandii, Tenn
J L Minor. Tenn F A Hoaiiz. Tenn
J T I) Hilltioiiie.Tennll 11 T Hafnei. Mo
F H Fie d Aw, haa WW Wood
jr. Aw, Te
R II Mitchell. Tenn
MiM V Joy Mo
W K I nve. Tonn
N A Edwardi, Tenn
J H Ireeujan, Tenn
T N Jobnaoo, Ala
J Ellowden, Mm
F B Wnliaui. Mo
W Findlar, Mill
iiJy, jr. aw, xenn
w j .uoL'oni, u u
J C Davis, Tann
J S Drake, Tenn
F R McOuire Aw, Mil!
WT Martin, Mill
A Wood, Mill
T R French, Mill
FJ Jarvii, N V
J. B. OALI.OW A V A CO PinraiiToa.
Ratei tZ 50 aid 13 per day, accnr.iina; to
lUt and location of room Speoiu
H W Bradley, Ky
U KHoth, Tenn
F Moultun. Tenn
ri B eiel, Tenn
J M Duwniny. Ark
A N Oreene, Fla
Mn W I) Wc.od.Tex
M Li i pi, N Y
TH Buich, Mail
J Oorinun, Mo
I. II Ki.i.u. Ark
L P Evani, Ky
II I Busby, Tenn
T D Flippin, Tenn
J Buihnell, N i
JV Moilovern. Ark
U MoUaniel. Tex
U W Learnard, Mail
K Howard, Tenn
C V McFarland, Tonn
J II Irmnvene, Min
H h I'eckham, Mo
w it niobolion, Colo
MnCil Brink. Colo W T Baler, Mini
Mn K Kice, lex ts Jenning-i, lex
i B CbiUli A , 111 OilS nd.-n. 111
B8 Tumlinion, Ky Mill Keatini, Tann
II P Robert!, Tenn DT Fianneey, Tenn
K G Kyrick, N J D Adauii.Tenn
dipt Vvindor, Tenn MriMAItrownini Mill
MifiKBrownln(,Mii8 F M DuVal, Tonn
J K llul', M APSmitli, Mo
W K Cady, Tcna J Fohaolcr.Tenn
(IVTntuiu, Ky B H McDonald A w, Kl
JPorryA.Ki A J Stork, M Y
ZTCorpcninK, Mill 0 A (iibxuu. Win
W 8 lluyd, h v J II Bneliiui-. Mo
A B Ililloiy, Mo J Jnckion. AU
II 0 Jonei jr, (la A Mi Ian As, Ua
K K Krancii. Tenn B rmith, Tann
J C Dvi, Tenn 11 M Horter. N Y
W 11 Bradley. Ky Max Cohen, Md
Cbaa Lewir, N Y J L A'oo'n, Min
T U Siewart. Mo H Murdurk. Mo
W A Parry Aw, Mill W Percy, Ala
8 V Kuodle, Mm Mn J L Alonrn, Mil
Jai Alcorn, Mm
x M f'arber, Md
Then b Jiinci, hy
(loo LaneiburKh, Misi
Cbai U Adam
li ivi uarvey, loiin
V W Uaney, Mill
J Powell Jr, Tenn
R W Buford, Mi
8 Perkins, lann
W II Pullen. Tenn
J B William, kiss
II Henry Jones, Teen
J II Poller, Tenn
U KKudnill, Tenn
WAV.rcann n. Mo
J 1! Ma t, n, lunn
K J Carrinton,'Xenn 8 L Davii, Tann
11 Dow, Tonn d U Booker, Ky
EDIIaliey. NJ Mill M O'B Jikr, N J
MiM M Beud, N J ADOiffin, Mo
K 8 Caitle, M O LPu ten, Tenn
11 E llaya, NY 8 H Holomon, Ohio
11 1: Smith Aw, Ark 8 A II Icoinb. Tex
i. J Aleiardtr, TennlM J bland. Mi a
J B Amlrewi, Ark CJ Smith, Tenn
11 X iMhburn. Tenn K Mesaio, f enn
II C MoClure, Tenn E Lehman, Tenn
Mn Becktel, Tenn C N Weisiier, Tenn
J Orgill, Tonn L Freeman, Tenn
V uaviaion, Ars.
W. H. BINUH AM MANiflm.
European plan. Knlarxed and rolurniihad.
1'rloei according to mi and loca
tion of ronmi.
S P fllenn, Tenn E (i Richlee, Lo'irilla
U W .mbiiston, Tens P 8 Sxdlord, Ky
W E WarOeld, Ky W S Flirpan, 'tenn
8 M Rich A w Tenn A E Mcduirk, Cal
J E Cremmen, Kan Mis (Irace Muck, Mo
W 1' Kiger. MiM A U Klpple. N U
W K Plunkitt, Ara J u uruas, ria
M Cromwell. St Louis 8 U Kilter Mill
R R Jonei. Mial (loo Klon. Tenn
W P Outlaw, Tann C R Moten, '
T 8 Adiiboldt, Mill Ir.W Child, Mast
W L Oraham.Ttnn
It 8 Miller, Alo
Mn L E Moore, Dak
R K Chea, Tann
J A Avery, 111
W Duffin, Mill
F W McOuirk.MIsi
J O Wabh, Tenn
V A Frano.ico, N X
D Jiibnl"n, MIm
A Clique Aw, Tenn
P Tracy, Tenn
8 K Kcbols. Tena
II IS WOU'll, tOl
Mn M Martin, Tenn 1 mull, Aim
T E Richard on.TennW X llamley.Tann
M M Moody, Mill
v n mouro, let
J W Hamell, Mis!
H H Keller. Mo
J T Burni, N Y
W Smith, Min
F II Aydlatt, Tenn
B W 8ollivan,Tenn
8 E Echols, Tena
8 A Aber. Mill
UT 1 U
J M .Moore, ienn
J J llouiton, Mill
B W Brant, MUl
T D Feraaion, Mill
Misi CarSeld, Mill
H L Mallott, MiH
A (i bmith, Mm
H 8 Youns, Tann
8 P Wilinn. Tann
Mrs Lee Wilson, Tenn
Mis! L Wilson, lann a l. i;iarn, lenn
J J Heier. Tenn M Hnlden, Misi
D T Ilarmui, Tens P J O'Laughlin, Ark
0 M Pern. fit, Tenn f D Young, Mis
W C 8 ope, MUl E 0 Swoope, Mils
B W Hall, Mill Col Taylor Mils
F 8 Laihim, Tann F Smith. Tenn
W A Vinoinon. Me J w iiittie. Ay
0 8 Merrlwether, Miss.
ni'Si H xnrarts or ST. l.oi'ls.
CaptT RRoeman, RPhilippa,
Lieut T Foaao,
Lieut W J Murray,
ij i uiimaDt
B 1 etaon, .
W Dane s,
F I) fforv.
Daily 'a Inropaaa Hotol,
Corner of Adams and Main ilreeti. Rooms,
Sue, Too and II per day : American Plan,
CI per day.
First-clasi Restaurant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY. (10 years with Peabody Hotel)
0 Doubalr A2d, La WK Knott. Ark
B T Reami. l enn
J J VI eavor, lenn
0 K Ivoi, Tenn
K W Carroll, Tein
J II Booth Aw, Ala
B M cieward, Tenn
P M Morrii, Tonn
K H Mercer, Tenn
W 8 Macfnrlane.Tenn
J P Elliott, low
W Harden, lenn
F 0 61umhamh, Ia
O Brown, Tenn
R M Midcett.Tenn
Rolla Ryan, Tex
A D Oreen, Tenn
E F Hicks. Teaa
Mr- Dtvis, cAs, Ark
W POuttan, Tenn
R Crotree, Ky
J W Pcnnal, Tenn
N O Ore.n, Tenn
R L Runner, Tenn
W C Beits, 111
W MoUlnty, Mich
J P 8louih, Tenn
J Murphy, Tenn
C Briokey. Tena
C North, Ark
FJ Caldwell, Tenn
Walter Uevia, Ark
R Littlewort. Mill T C Park. Tenn
ABallar.Tana R Kaanadr. Ill
Sheridan. Ill Mial Julia Brvaat. Ill
K A Wetnar, Tens S Ban tley, Cklcaco
J 8 Smallwood, Tena f J Murphy, lad
BD Henry, Tena J D Lawion, Misi
O Clark. Misi li 0 Venabla, Tena
V M Spriarer, Cal W A lamaa, Ark
roiter, Ark A Piewby, AfX
I T Wrli
Chai Absl, Oa
ti W Uusey, Ky
Hera ml .will lost Ball frtka
awer 4 atavlocaea anal faahlaaa re
calved at aldrlea'a, S!l . a'aart at.
Leber B ot. are prepared t do all
kinds of fine f react ing. 389 Main
Btreet, at 0. K. Houck's.
6e la apkla Flaral VoaaataaT
far alaaU aaA aleaty mt ta
from 16 nDwards in the latest stvles
II. H. Meyer, Ko. 2-J7 Second street.
Call at onoe or send postal for designs.
Mnlforw, Jeweler, 294 Main, s-
iociu oraers irom ibs coaniry.
Chw Horse Shoe Tobacco.
Best in the World.
Daora, Sash, Blinds aad Hhlta Flae
lleadfinarters for yellow pine framing,
BRLNK.LBY LUMBKR COMPANY.
1M J. fl.r.on street.
! Ratio at Laaaj-mlae:ta
ty Tha firm oi GOODBAB & CO. baa been dissolved, and ws bav rwoqtaniaed oor Interest in the Wholesale Boo
and Shoe Basineas, in connection with -Mr. W. . Love, late of Warn, Lor & Co St Louis, Mo- and Mr. J. 0
Callicott, of Cold water, Miaa., nnder the style of and firm nam given bai-TW. Wa thank oor friends for fcbeir patronagt?
in tha past and hop for a continuance of the if favors. A. B. GOODBAS.
o U. H. GOODBAB.
A. B. IVSeDUat, Jf. H. tSOADalAR,
LaUof Ooodbar ACo.. MaaphU. Lata otOoodbar A L-o.. Aleaipkla.
GOODBML LOE & CO
3G7 & 3G9 Main
We are now receiving a lares and Entirely New Ntok of Eastern and
Spring Trade of 1836, which we offer at flock Ilotiom 1'rlees,
be made by anv enmnetins marknt.
JAMES C. 11 ELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO,
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS. TE2TNV
KAHUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
Harassing the High-
RIGHTS OF THE WORKER.
For Ills Hard-Earned Dollar.
If mankind will boycott foolish
extravagance mankind will be better
off. The money foolishly spent every
year would take care of all the widows
and orphans in the country.
The money you spend at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 262 Second street,
is not foolishly spent. We more than
give you full value for your money.
We boyeott high prices by buying
goods direct from the tailors. We
buy at half value or less. You get
the benefit of our low buying. You
really gain what the tailors lose. We
give you better material and better
work tban you get elsewhere. 1 ou
also get the benefit of the very lowest
A Word About Ourselves.
Have you examined the line of
Spring and Summer Goods we are
now showing? If you have not, it
will pay you to do so. Every day
brings us fresh patterns and styles.
Our buyers are constantly looking
out for bargains. We sell low, and
this enables us to sell fast Yon will
never find any old or shop-worn
goods on our eounters.
To Seleot From.
GOOO XT PANTH
For Tour Impaction.
Bcmcmber, all these goods are
really sold at actually less than you
could buy the cloth for. Eemember,
all these Suits and Pants are the best
material and make. Remember, that
our prices are much lower than you
can obtain elsewhere.
Tho place to buy is where yon
oan get the best goods for the least
money. That place is at the
262 SECOND STREET,
All alterations to insure a per
feet fit done free of chares by a first
93" Our bnyer baa just arrived from
the East, where be has secured 2000
more Seersucker Coats and Vesta,
which we will sontirme to soil at $1 25,
1,1,-OMa ivsalan till f, Salar.
lad Ice Cream Maaafactarers.
ZaC. JP. BAIZiXX1 'JP,
French Chemical Works
OS JetTerMn Sire et.
MAHTFACTURK8 SYRUP 6 OF ALli
FLAVOH8. which he of an at the low
Srioe of H raiata a aalloa 0f any kind of
avor. guality aad parity r uaranteed. Ice
Cream mannfaoturera wjll and all kinds of
KiUaoU and t rait Coloring! at a vary to
Lataot WarTwa, Low
and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn.
OFFICE No. 24 HIGH STREET.
fif f t wm
mm DAU 1
AVERY and MITCHELL
AVERY WALKING CULTIVATORS,
HANDLED and EYE COTTON HOES,
GRAIN CRADLES, GRASS SCYTHES, ETC. I
Pumps, Machinery Fittings and Pipe)
Uoodbar I Wm, Ah Clark I
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street,
WE offer to If KRCIT AWT", OHLY tha largest and belt Itook of Boot and Shoe! are
havo ever brought to tail market, and wbioh eannot be inrpaised in quality and
itvlel bv any house In thu or any other city,
. . .t ill. U .
a laraa and select stock of Custom-made Goods
made aooai, inoiuainc me .LBni.wn.u,.un '
carry a number of the best makes in tha country, in averv variety and stle, and amont
tbemUhe well known Mon'i Calf Boot! and 6hoei manufactured by Ueo. Hocker for our
Hprinr Trade. V) a also earry a ohoioe line of Ladies' and Missel' Custom Kid, Goat and
Calf Goods, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman a Co. We invite the trade U eiamine
onr itook before buying elsewhere, and wa guarantee everything wa sell to give satisiaction.
Clerk of ike) Criminal Court.
WE are authoriied to annonnca R. B.
CAPEK8 (lor twenty-one yeari 'P
ty) ai a candidate for Clerk of the Criminal
Court of bhelby oounty, lubjeot to tha Dem
WK are anthoHied to announce D ABNKT
W. COLLIEKai a candidate lor Clerk
of tha Criminal Court of Shelby oounty,
lubiect to tha Demooratlc Convention.
Conalr Conrt Clark.
WE are authoriied to announc that
RICHARD A. ODIiUM Is a candidate
for County Court Clerk, subject to tha action
of tha Democratic Convention.
Judge or tha rrobata Coart.
WE are authoriied to announce J. P.
VIHTNl. aaanandidata for tha odea
of Judge of the Probate court, lubjeot to tha
notion of tha Oounty Democratic Convention.
WE ara authoriied to announce JOHN
H. BRADLEY aa candidate lor
Truitee ot Shelby oounty at the ensuing
August alaction, luDleot to tna aouon oi tna
WE are authoriied to announos AN
DKKW J. HARKISaaa eandirtata for
re-election to the oSoe of County Trustee,
abiect to tha action of tha Democratic Con
vention. THE Appeal Is authoriied to announce Mr.
N. F. LKMASTKR aa a candidate for
it.. .Kh nf Trust of 8halbv oounty, sub
ject to the action of tha Demooratio Conven
WK are authoriied to announce GE0R8B
B. PETaRS. Jb., si aeandidata for
tha office of Attorney-General, lubieot to tha
action of tha Demooratio Convention.
THE Appeal li authoriied toanneunseS.
D. WEAKLEY as a candidate for Attorney-General,
lubjeot to the Demooratio Con
vention. For Rlater.
the Voteri of Shelby County and My
friends I hereby announce myself lor
the second time a candidate for the office of
County Register, lubjeot to. tha Demoiratio
Convention, a am poor ana am ma oom.
Feeling that my past lervieeaia servant of
tha people has given satisfaction, and that I
ean eome before the people and ask toeir
luffragu and luppos't
lor toaoiy rtovi-tvr, a
jon run au.
authorised to announce- K. F.
(BUNK) HARRISON aa a oandiaiata
for Register, lubjeot to the aekon of lha
Demooratio Oounty Convention.
TBB Anpesa l aotborjaad e aB
JOHN; MoCALiUM ai a. candidate
for Ragiitar,. lutjeot to tha aottoa at the
THE nndarilgtied aanoBnoat that ha II a
oandidata lor Raanstar. and aaki the
support ol tha votere of Shelby eoaaty. If
electad.wUl endeavor to ;giviaHifjctHB In
tha diicHsargeof tha dntieaaf Una oSeej .and
places ki. elalms icJWect to tha aobon of tha
Meaokii. March 28, 1IM6.
SI. DOUGLAS, of KeTrrMa.TiB.. Il a
. indideto f-REOI6tKR. ekjt to tha
aeirfea of tha Daaweratio Ce.va.tooB.
TTE ara aathorlaed to BBBennoa S. A
lA.,.uns,.cntl a candidate fee-
0 nt,X.Ut.r. iubiTto ih. "tioa of U.,
THE Appeal II anthorUed to annouva
JOHtTW. OOULD ai a candidate tor
lha offloe of Register, mbject to tha actica of
the Democratic Convention.
. m .w. i'iM.lt Caart.
WM. S. FLIPPIN ii a candidate isr Clr
eui? Judge of Bhelby County, aubject
to tha icUoB of a Demooratio Convaauon.
Wa are authoriied to announce X, H.
TKS, JR., aa aeandidata for Jura of tha
Circuit Court, mbjeot to tha aciaon ol tha
JAMES L. SOODLOK will ba oandidata,
before tha Democrat? Oeavention, lot
nomination to the office of Aadge.of the Ur
euit Court! and. if deferred, will aupport
the lacoesiful nominee.
We are anthoriied to announce that JOHN
JOHNSTuN il acanrVdete for Judge of the
Circuit Court of Sh.lby County, mbject to
action of tha Democratic Convention.
1. O. CA1XJCOTT,
Bt, LovU. Lata afOoidwatar.
Custom-Made Boots a4 Shoes lot
on as liberal terms as ean
MEYEIt, Sec'y and Treaa.
Eaa - eae J. Varrlmatoa I rraak .
in addition to a oom
Minii ete Una or K altera
aTl aaA Ihll S U aB- IWh
for Men, Women, Misses and Children. Wa
DURING tha seaaoa we will receive Be -Hart'i
Berriei morning and evening.
Just received a fresh lot of Kennedy Una -Biscuit
and Cakei. .
Butter Scotch, Beatrice, Albert,
Lemon Cream, JeMy Drops, Hhrewioury,
Cocoannt Tafly, . Koral Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. Aaeurted Jelly, Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM tfc CO.
Corner Second and Beale Sts.
Jobs Ovsbtos, Ja.. 0. N. Giosvuoa.
OVERTON & GROSYENOR,
Real Estate Dealers
AGENTS efc BBOKEBS,
Offloe, 264,Seoond Street.
at. a, Uaa. ataoaaMI suae) ejoaura,
XEaFHlX ' 7HNSX.
RPAL 1 STATS BOUH AND BOLD,
Taies Paid. ReaU Collected, eto.. oa
j. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
mpcrrton ard dealers In Bi. Anafnau
BHIoa and rtablaa T atlas Bulldara
Harlwars, almirl. Beiila aad Aa,
nan elatorotor Hotel! and Reiidancei.aaa ,
upi lioaalwayi oa hand..RepairM oaatly
8HBA e aTeCABTHT,Prcr'8,
140, M2, 144 Fsonty Memphis
O ITl Of TBI LARflXST BOILR SH0PB .
la. tha Beath. aad tha only complete.
Boiler and Baeet-Iroa Works te tha elty. .
Maaagairtri-Trt af koaww aiaaa traa
work af aery etaaerlptlttaa. Bpeotali.
altoaorea trvaa tovlaatanoa vsort.
IMPORTED AST) D.allXR IH
(ius, lAtnawlUoa, Pistdii; Tukla,
Md Base-Ball Uooda.
WMOUtPALfi AND RETAIL,
as Baaiai ktra at, Moanakla, Teaa;
Manufirftiuriag a' id Rapairing of Gam a
Importer and Dealer la
Baas, rtahlac Taoklo aea Rporta.
aaca'aaappltra. a- Special attention
riven to htAMIFAcTURLNn and BX
AIRLNG. 413 Havla StMemplalAHTeoPA