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TDIE TACLE.
4aUBVUir,-W tsl ivkiu. aaJ Irualt'j
aad after May I IfUMi paaaenrer tralni oa
tbn road will run ai luitowi:
baulk.
f : .m
::) p.m
VIM .
1:00 .m
1:44 B.m
i .1 i
8:28 B.m
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CONNECTIONS
A With all 11dm anurias Memphis.
5-With M.1N.W.K. R. for Helena.
47 for Greenville and HanUnslon, aad ail
AHaneai points.
T With V. A af. and V.. 8. A P. Rallroadi
fc-With N.. J. A 0. E. R. for Aatohes ana
F For Points en tha Branch.
tVWlth nKmM Inr Ha.nn Sara.
H With railroad div.rsini for Florid,
T.iaa and t naat points.
i48. M. KDWARD8, V. P.eadG. M.
. Bl'RKR, Oanaral Sup'U
A. J kJiAl'P. U. P. A.
Newport N ewaaatf MImImIbpI Fa
lew. Trains mot as follow! i No. I (tut
line dally) leaves at lU:U)a.m. No. 2 leaves
at 11:40 pm. daily, bt. Louis fait, lina
leaves dally at 5:30 p.m. No. 7 (tut line
daily) arrives at 1:30 p.m. Mall and ei
raaa arrives daily at H:la.m. St. Louis
fast Una arrival daily at vi06 a.m.
Loalevllle aa aiaabvllle Tralni
ova as follow! i feat mail arrival daily at
0ilSa,m.f leaves at 10:10 p.m.i mall leaves
daily at 10:10 a.m.i arrives at t:U) p.m.
Brownaville aeoommoietlom leaves daily'
inapt Holiday, at 6 :00 p.m. I arrives daily,
except Boeder, at 1:60 a.m. (itandard titne).
aHaelaalgtal mm Teaaeeeee. Fait
ail traia loaves daily at 4:) p m.l arrival
at l46 a.m. Looal fraifht laaral at 6:40
a.m.) arriral at 4:S0 p.m. Freight tralni
Mm. 6 and t rus trl waakly. No. laaral
llamphii Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
eaBahle m4 Mitla Rath,-Tralni
mora a follow! (oantral itandard time):
no. 1 laaral dally at 6:K p.m.i arrives at
:Mn.m. No. S leaves at 6:M a.m. i arriru
at 1 :50 a.m. No. 6 (freight) learai HopeDeld
daily (aioapt Sunday) at 0:00 a.m.) arrival
at 7 :10 p.m.
eanhhla Cbarleetea Tralni
Jiov. ai followit Throoih aiprail leave!
ally et 10:80 p.m. Mail and aipraai laaral
ally at 10:00 a m. Bomerville aooommoda
tion leavei daily, aioapt Bandar, at ft:S0
p.m, Throoih aipraai arrival daily ato:2r
a.m. Mail and aipraai arrival dally at 4 :&8
S.m. oomorrttje aoonmnindatioa arrival
ally, aioapt Sunday, at :30 a.m.
ttttir aaal (Kaaaaa Clf 7, apHar-
4 aad Mrmplilil' Tralni laava.M. and
T. depot aj follawn No. 4, Kamaa City ai
praai, laaral at 10:44 a.m. I No. 3, Kansas
Jlty aipraai, arrives at aim p.m. No. i,
Kansas City mail, laaral at 8 :00 p.m. No. 1,
aaniaj vuy man, arrival at s:u a.
No.
Ht. Loan and Chioaao eitre'a
tOD p.m.) No. 1, tit. Louis and Chlcasoei
presa, arrival at 1:45 a.m. In affaot Sunday,
April IM.IKNA.
Menapala, Rlrrolaabaro and Atlaa
tie Holly Bprtngt Honta Traini mora ai
followit No. 1 laavai Memlhil dally at 3:46
p m.i i
arrival at Uolly bprinn at 0:30 p.m. t
at Uoll
No. 1 laaral ihdly Hj.rinn daily
laavai ihdly Hj.rinn daily at 0:00
a.m.. arrival at Momnhii at II :16 a.m. i No.
Phil at 11:16 a.
I laawai Mamphil daily at 7:90 p.m., arrival
at Holly Bur nil at 11 160 n
I No. 6 laavai
lolly Hprlnri dally at 8:30 a.m
arrival at
tamphu at a.m.
THE WEATHER.
laMHfiatlan.
For ififtiwippi and Tennemre : Local
taint, nrarly $taiumnry tanpirttturt, vari
able wind. For Arkatudt, Imulana and
Tua : IjocoI rains, oUowd by fair
weather; northerly urindi; fligfuly warmer.
ataaralaclral Mr part.
Mik-mta, Tin., May 1H, IMA.
T5
Bar.
CilLuOlD
Berth.
:!a.ni
7:21 e.m
4:('7 a.et
1:1.1 a.m
11:1 p.m
8: p.m
7:M B.m
6:i p.m
Memphis A
Vjrkibrt.....I
I'Krrieoa K
Thor. Wind.
00.0 N.E.
700 N.W.
75.0 N.E.
73.0 NE.
QUO N. .
I 7:00 a.m.
! 11:00 a.m.
i 8:00 p.m.
i 7:0i) p.m.
10:00 p.m.
MaiJuiai
31.161
Cloudy
Oloudy
3().07
180.(128
30025
Cloudy
Cloudy
3i001
. Minimum temjnrature, 52.0.
Rainfall. '
Oaoptt Jl i.m., 1.
la tha oiiaa Rlaa.
bioiial Biitici, u. 8. Abut.
May 18, 1886-6 p.m.
Division of telruraaii and rrporU for
the benefit of commerce and agricul
ture. Cotton raRkon bulletin for tba
twenty-four hour, endino- Mar lHth. B
o'clock p.m.
11 ? a?
HUrHISDIS- R .gg B
TalCT. g? 9 g
Memphis... ........ 75 62 ,00
70 I 63 I .00
Grand Junction... 75 52 .00
Corinth 75 55 ,00
Toacumbla ......... 60 50
Iecatar..... 73 58 .03
8oottebxrOM 74 66 1.25
PtesvUla...M 70 54 ,0
Hernando ........ 75 40 ,00
Urenada. ............ 70 60 .00
Irllngton 76 63 .(10
Hrownsville...M 75 63 .00
Viilan.MMMM 77 50 .00
Paris ...... 75 38 .00
.Jo vington.. ..... 78 51 .00
Jyersburg 78 40 ,(X)
Joliyar... 75 52 .(0
Jolly Springs.,... 75 64 .40
tedwH . 74 55 .20
Bams... ... 1415 1009 S 20
r Means w 74 53 . .12
CITY NEWS.
The town has gone baseball craxy,
The Criminal Court will not be In
Melon until Friday.
; The expected announcement for
Huge ol tbe Circuit Court is at hand
A soda water fountain has been
ut up at the rotunda at the Court
iOUBO.
The outlook for theMozarts. ludir.
ig from last night's concert, is very
rignu
'License to marry, was issued yes
J-day to Andrew 1'ruden and
iroune White.
The Christiin Bro'hers' College
itenainmeniuxes place at ine Mem
lis Theater to-night,
mi . i . a
inegrana jury ws in session
sterday but did not transact any
jiiui-flB vi impuruince.
-Jake Om tta was arrested yester
y for cut ing a darky named WU-
his in me lace witn a saw.
t-The -movement in favor of closing
ioiesaie nouses ai inree o clock on
Hmlay evenirgt grows In favor
rjr day.
r-n was reponci. yesterday tint a
idicate nau been formed for build-
a big theater on Main street, near
i uayoso.
-In the Chancery Court yesterday
ck rarr en erea suit aglnst bis
e, Lillian, alleging abandonment.
y were marritMi in 1875.
- Youryj Ladiet' Jmrnal, JUvu4 de la
k, toantn. New York tathum Bazar,
mmt'i and Letlie'i Popular Monlldy
June, at Mausford's.
fChiei Davis has suspended tho
a-ed patrolman, H. Chi-staine, who
k an old drunken white womm,
Kate Wright, at the Station
m Monday night.
A great many friends, especially
he country, have been made by
J. P Voung, the most modeat of
he candidates He will ask the
inati n for Jude of the Probate
t.
There will be a meeting rf the
t'1 Auxiliary of the Young Men's
i:in Ahhoi iution at 4 o'clock this
isj;. t the rooms of the ansoeia-
tiou. All uienibers are nHjut-HU'd to
lie preet-nt.
) c Kliawocrry rroj i. uiiUjUuIly
laiye in thia ticinity thia year, a frood
many having gone into the b'si
nees th year. A good quality
was soiling in the market yeeterday at
five cent a box.
We are requested to state that all
members of the order and friends of
the Knigb'a of Honor are cordially
invited to the concert and id Ire of
ltr. thcr N. M. Long at Memphit
Lodge to-morrow ninlit.
An entertainment for the benefit
of the German Lutheran church will
be given to morrow ( I hurwlav) even
ing, May 20th. at the ri)ence of
Mrs. Lawless, Second street, Chelsea,
bv the German Lutheran Aid Society.
The mimic will be furnished by Croce
Jircs
D A balanco of t!j00 collected to
pay interest on the ex-Norton Ininds.
remains in the county treasury, nd
now that the count v hs trained the
suit, an eflort is to he mitde to iay the
buU of it out in laayers' fees. His
safe to say such on attempt will be
strongly resisted.
A full orchestra relieamnl of the
ITikwio will take plat a the theater
this (Wednesday) evening instead of
on Thursday night as previously an
nounced. The rehe'nutl will begin
promptly at 8:13 o clock and all mem
tiers of the cast and chorus are ex
pecU d to bo on hand at the time
appointed.
The Ilradntreet agency reports K0
failures in the United States during
the week ending May 14, 1NH1, against
12 in me preceding week, and 104,
1H7, KM) ani HHin the corresponding
weeisol '84, 83 anl 'H'j respec
tively. Middle StaU-s 3); New Kng
hind States 22; southprn States 82
Western States 54; Pacilic Mates and
Trmtoriea IN; Canada 30. Total in
the United States and Canada. 18H.
Alxiut 7tt per cent, wero thoseof small
traders whom) capital was lesi than
Tho contractors on the Memphis
extension of the Iron Mountain rail-
rood had their estimates in full raid
in tliis city, notwithstanding tho dilli
cullies that the engineers had to con
tend wth, in many instances going
(r in po nt to point in boats to make
tlieir estimate. This method of
forwarding chucks for monthly esti
mates is rather unusual. Jt is cub
tomaryto nvke contracts at a heavy
exnenHogo to tbe main olfice, sign
their CHti mates and tben get their
money.
The advanco sale of tickets for
the Mikado to be (riven by tho Ania
t ur Athletic Association, on the 27th
and 2Nth, hax been very largo Har
ney Hughes, Ksa . has kindly con
sented to oflidata in tho capacity of
auc ionc r for the sale of private
boxes to the highest bidder Saturday,
May 22d, at 12 o'clock, sharp, at the
1'eabody Hotel. Tho box-si oet will
be open at Wright Ilros., under Tea
body Hotel, Monday, May V4th. The
first day (Monday) will be devotod ex
clusively to the exchange of reserved
seats for tickets which bavre 'boon,
previously sold, aUrVhlch the gon
eral salo will b continued.
Bole''
Agenti for Horace K. Kelly k
Co, 's Key West Cigars.
The trade supplied at New York
paices. A full assortment constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by us: Gayoso Hot4l stand.
Peabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
wceaiy. i. hamkiqm a co.
PERSONAL.
Samuil Jack. jr.. hft yesterday for
ienver, ii , ana an extended tour
through California and the Western
Territories.
Gih. Jonii Davast of Barnwell, 8,
u., is vising ins relatives, r is. ana J
o. 1'avani. i nere are a irreat manv
old friends of his in the city, who are
making his trip agreeible, and his
imprns-ions of Memphis are most fa
yorable.
Mm. Llixahbth L Haxoh, the well
known lecturer on temperanco, left
ine city uuii nigm tor a snort season
of rest and recuperation at the Bat le
ureex (Micii.)ssnatinum. For seven
VHRm Mlfl. KftVnn hoa linl.l Ikn ttlnl-
format an active worker and tiling
sjieaaer ior temperance relorm with
tut anything like recreation, but at
last she has succumbed to the
inevitable and is compelled to
seek the rest demanded by
exhausted nature. When com
pletely restored she will enter her
chHsen field of w ork again, and con
tinue so long as health and strength
lasta to battle for the greatest of all
reiorms-tne one that hnngt all oth
ers in its train. She is a noble woman
and well des rvos the hiuh reenect
and esteem In w hich she ta held by
the peoplo of the South, Tenntwe
especially.
LOCAL NOTICES.
8kb ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
factory and Laundry on fifth page.
Kaisomimno telephone 609, A. Mo
duli.
Da, C. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, riu. oi oi on roe street.
La nits can have spring sewing done
satisfactorily and reasonably at 20
ueaie street.
raiirr your carriage for 75 cents
witn weal s Carnage Paint. For sa e
by A. Kenkert.
Sino a postal to the Memphis Collar
and Cuff Laundry, 61 Main street, to
can ior your lannury.
W. A. Fa irks, 59 Union street, has
just rf ceived a c r load of large broke
aexas noises ana mares.
Dr. W. W. Tatlor, residence Pea-
botly Hotel; office, S38 Main street,
coiner Uniun. Telephone connection.
Thb Herbal Colli Cure, the nest
tonteaad anti-Kariadlo known. A aariala
ana mry oor for chilli prioa II par mU
tla. 8and itaniiii fur alreulan. Any raf
tranra rixan. Addrari Jb 0. Haokar.
Lraahbara, Va.
Sxhd to Memphis Floral Company
i"r auu price-current 01 plants.
Have largest stock in town. Come out
ana se or yonrsell, South gate Elm'
wood Ometery.
i hi iopp resilience and iota nn
Beale, l.auderdale and Jessamine
streets will be sold at noon W'Adniw.
tiay, way 2tith, by W. A. W heatioy on
me premises.
Miss Moilis TJrmN has remavod
hr dressmaking business to No 7 St
Martin, seiond door south of Beale,
where she will be pleased to see her
old customers and many new ones.
W ork at the very lowest prices.
Oh Wednesday. May 2ft. at nnnn
harp, t'ie Itobertson T'opp bouse and
lots on Beale, LauderdaU and Jesaa
mine sir ts will be sold on the prem
ises by W. A Whoatley. Two lines
street cars run near. Can be examined
afternoons.
The 21nt remmrnrrnisnt
Of Dr. Wa d's fYminary, Nahville,
Tunn .. I . M V l .. ii - , i ..
I
forty-three yon -if ladies will graduaW.
MEMPHIS DAILY
LAW REPORTS.
. my launhaap,
Oalandar Icy to-day: No. SOW,
wuir.ii sxi at uo. vs Juantvant a Kl.
If. From yesterday's calendar: Nts
8813, Taylor Abernathy ys Jerrv
htjr, 8822; Taxing DUtrict vs Joi n
Ovrrtoo, Jr.; 8823, same ys Memibis
City Kiilrnad Company; 8824, fame
ys same; 8825, same ys tame; 8826,
J. k. uooawin vs William Walker
8827, George Hatfield ys J. R. Gocd
win; 8851, M. McLaughlin et al ys
Jutin Cullen; 8800, Viotoiia L.Owen
ys Jamea Dgnan; 8861, C. K Kvan
& Co. y William M. Bledga: 8872.' W.
F. HchslT-r ys Valley Oil-Mill; 8875,
u. & Mcrariand vj Arple 4 Dun
vint; 8880, Blair T. Hunt v Mrs.
Winnie Leonard; 8888, John Mc
Knabb vs L. Frin.
TRANSFERS.
John Abele snd wile to Lae Thorn
ton, let 0x160 feet, in block 5, noitb
s de L nden street, 2300
0. Reder snd wife to M. Gavin, lot
14, Woodruff enVivisinn, 35x102 feet,
south side ol i Raleigh Rtsd, 41150.
B. H. Hayden and wifo ti Annis L
Owens, part lot 50, 23jil5S fett, north
side Waihin.ton stree',$005.
M. E Btardslry and others to Fran
c's Holmes, one-fifth interest In a lot
44i!10 fee',, east side of Tenntswe
s'.rf et, and s lot 45x80 feet eoutd side
of Butler s iect, 1300.
John Beamish and wife to Feter
Rsiter, lois 3 and 4 Urinkley A Bnow
den subdivision, 32i.
C. N. Grosveaor to Ssm Tate, jr., et
al , block) 5, 8 and 01, est. side of
Walnut s'reer, eight scree, $4700.
P. K. Freeman and wifo to Rcs
mnnd Abele, Iota 8 and B, Freeman's
subdivision, 11250.
O. LO WEtfNTEIN A imos.
IMPORTANT BARGAINS IN
WHITE EMBROIDERED ROBES.
We will place on sals THIS DAY
two lots of Whits Embroidered
Robes, just received per express.
These goods were bought at an Im
porter's sale at one-balf tbelr prrs
ent market value, and we offer
tlipm at a small margin above ccst.
If yon want bargains call and seo
them.
60 EMBROIDERED
Whits Rnbes, put un in boxes, con
tain ng 12 yards fins whits lawn
and 9 yards wide embroidery; 'at
the extreme low price ol, J3.'
50 EMBROIDERED
White, ft nies, imt up in boxes, con
ta ft'ng 12 yards fiat r wbito lawn
and 9 yards finer wide embroidery
than the first lot at only $4.
ALSO PLACE ON SALE
20 pieces fins largo Fluid White
Canvas, something nea and fully
woiti 35c a yaid. To day we offer
this lot at l7jo a yard.
BLACK DRESS GOODS.
20 pieces more of 40-inch Black
Nun's Veding, all wool and fast
blaek. We have had remarkable
U"ceas with this line, and we offer
ihem at IHc a yard, and recommend
tbem ai specially cheap at the price
named.
FAN DEPARTMENT.
Special Bala af Blank Tana For
This ajr Oalj.
This is an Important ta'e to all
ladies who use black fans. We have
an unansl large assortment, and for
this occasion offer them at prices
not soon to be repeated.
OBSERVE THESE REDUCTIONS.
Black Satin Fan worth 40c, to day
25e.
Black Satin Fan worth 50s, to-day
30c
B'ack Satin Fan woith $1, to-day
Mc.
Black Satin Fan worth $1 25, to day
75o.
Black Satin Fan worth $1 75, to-day
tl.
Also, Painted Fans at same pHcrs.
Oar finest Black Fans at equal re
teduotions. II. LO WENSTEIX A DUOS.
Fine Watch repairing at Mnlford'a,
Order "Mnl.or.rjri tide Medala."
Solid Mlverwtare'ttt Mulford'a
Monogram itautfleHt M nlford.
Mulford, Jeweler, 294 Main, so
luciu oruers irom ine eonntry.
43 to RatleHare at lJamaralaa for
a-iaaaDiaar aa Vaa-MIUai,
i i 1
Out laiMria Lacoaaanlao to do
io to nphla rioral Caaaaaay
toy iaaia aal nlaaty of Ihma.
Mrmahla Floral Vm. Has ths laraoot
oeat ol atlaaia la tow a.
I
Heeaaial odlitoai Baltrrlrk'a Sam-
Baer 4'atalnaaaa anal Faaalaaa n
eelvoa al AlorKio'a, sa B, t'oarl at.
Ohiw Hnrse 8hoe Tobacco.
Bust in the World.
Chew Horse Shoe Tobacco.
Best in the World.
FrtaM lalBtlu(r.
Leber Bio, are prepared ti do all
kinds of fins frescrina. S89 Main
eirtet, at U. K. Houck's.
Itooms Frescoed
from f8 opwards in the latest styles
H H. Meyer. No. 227 Second str.t
Call at once or send postal for designs.
Doors, gash. Blinds and White Pine
Bonldisf.
Head nnarters for yel'ow pine framing.
UK1NKLKY LtMUKR COMPANY,
ji naraoa itraaU
Comblnallon.
Wm. Lnnn. whese experience In the
plomrnny, snd gar-h ting hutities daUs
rial a ti any vearn in Unit Hit
hre4fterlie found la the csn.oitv of
gner0 suorinUndnt with J.W. X.
Bit.wmi. With this combination we
liorwi to eerve the natr.ina of Brnwn
the P.umher, with careful supervision
tf work end at pricej s low as will be
etna sent with the quality of work
required.
Coal.
In order to Intioiiuee th n lUhimi
Splint Coal in this market, it will h
delivered at 30e Der harrnl i
its. It has ro fni)yrior.
T..H.h.a.56?:M-1,AlTERSOI,co-
APPEAL WEDNESDAY, MAY 19. 1886.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Caalaa'a Uolrl.
W. U. BINUHAM MliiOB.
European plan. Knlanad and rafarniihad.
Pricai aeenrdint to and loca
tioa of roomi.
Mr J MeClaar, Ark Mi'i Littia Liwil, Ark
j yi r.iaar. ay m K una, aiiri
K W B'inkler, Mill C F llmton, Ark
A Frank.. Ark Tl J Wiiod. Tann
K li Lippiorott.Tann J T Patrii k A, Mill
i N"riDnt, Tenn
P M Hiack. Miu
M HI ckaa. fllua
W 0 Kalisy, M iaial
K I) l.itun, Tenn
D V INrrif, Mill
W tl Duller, Tana
R A Jnnei. Mm
J hmith. lann
B W Brant, Mill
F f-mlih, Tann
J D V.ua Aw. Col
8 A KrrfarioB. Ark
8 V. K-hnli, Tenn
h 11 fc'illivan. Ark
h S Howard, Mo
t; L llntta. N V
F C Fiald, Mill
Jubn Shcaxur, Ark
W B Pearra. Mi-
Mr. Battman Ad, Tenn
r. J Allan, Ali.i
W J li.itlin, Miu
J T Eaton. Mm
tl W Pennel'Aw.T.nn
A J Pattiaon, Canada
J Itaw. lann
J M TboiDi(Tft, Tana
N II Kobera, Ark
T B Echoli, Ark
T 1 loans, Miu
ii B Smith, Ark
TJ Flippin, Ala
P II Cm I, Ark
J II Fiald. Mm
TBeal, Ark.
The Hew Uaynao.
PAKRINOTOV, STEWART k WHITE,
PaoPKICTO.K.
Ratal, $2 50 to 14 por if, acoording to loca
tipn of rooma.
R Btenr, Mo
M Mien, Mo
11 C D.v.8. Mo
B Nnir, Ark
Mri I Iavi, Mo
Jno M Wylev, Ala
F 0 Volter. Mo
J L Kerr, Tenn
E J Cameron Aw, Iowa
I A A mlrowi, Ohio
J A Grundy, Tenn
J L Hall, Ala
J M Ma li., La
M Manning, Mo
Ollihbnna, Maal
R 1 Harrii. Mii-h
J JN Webb, lenn
J Al Heed, Mill
Capt A B Smith, N Y R S Rickey, I enn
J SelvH.e. Mo
J J Brown. N CI
B liu-hes, lann
E Nelv. Mo
W W Wahburn, Mo
W II Babbitt, Tenn
F R Kin,, Ala
li J Boenrer, Va
J W Brown, Ark
V G kohlnitin, Ark
R J Cooper, Tenn
T J CharJei, N Y
BPWil.on, Mill
N II Iludon, Tenn
Mai (1 M llelmi, Milt
8 MoaexSKy
W o Bwnpa, Tenn
W Waliham.NY
R L Dunton, Miai
K (1 Paul.
W Lamb, Tann
B E Dowdy, N Y
R J Mullim, Ala
R JT ruin. Va
J H Hnbinnn, Ark
T S Akin, Tenn
w t johnion, Tann
R H Wallii, N Y
C! K Cnru her", Mill
B F. Hioki. Ky
I) DaBoie, Oa
W A Pernv. Tann
J W Morahead, Ky
S R But'er, N Y
T B Xobinion, Mill
T I. Alhbrook, Tenn
Peabody Uolel.
C B. OALLOWA V k CO Pbopbibtcib.
Ratal ti 60 and 43 par day, aoror in to
li. and loeatinn of room Special
ratal made.
T Hartman. Ark T HJaukion, T'nn
T C Petri. Ohio A J Moon ki.M
BAM Mll. Pa M0 Andrew, Ky
I T Hancock. Mo K R Bmitk. Tann
7 w WTIt?'""' w L H.aunhter. Va
! W 11 ll. Ill K 0 Boanoll, Tenn
Mr II 11 Thiirp.Tann E I) ( nnranmn. Mo
11 ('far. Mo MMLoror.Ky
a W M, K nney, Tex W B Tichom.r Ind
J A Do'e, Tenn J L McWi'hua Am Ml..
A 11 .ll;lt.,Ohlo A M'u.VC. mT..M"
J 1 Trent, Miai 11 Jonca ,Vf. Mia.
. IT UiiaiB. ,4f B I Y C S.np.VnAf. N Y
A Or.iinderlnd,MiaiHC inmi.on. Mm
8 H Martin. Tann Ftt Jnnea, Tenn"
J M tinni, Tann J M Hah... M:..
B A S one, N Y
C B Hvi, Mo
W 4 Percy, jr, Mil
CJPel.e bridge, NY
f Hloiiim, Mo
H W Bradley, Tenn
wteTenV1 CUy
jjDcorAf-T"n
W A Trimble. Ky
B C Sinclnre, Ky
OVTiitum, Ky
U IMiUorr, Ua
J h l.auglilin, Ky
1. White, Kv
J R Tiner. Mo
O Chandler, ti 0
W Powoll. Tenn
J Kollv, Tenn
B Hendrix.Tenn
0 W Dnnoan, Tex
UH.lackaon.Ky
KDBIattr.Miai
R W Porter. Mini.
Dnfly'a Enropaaa Hotel,
CnrBer of Adami and Main Hreeti. Foonit,
6(io, iSoandll r.rday: American Plan,
... ..a2 Par day.
J. M. DUFFY (10 veara wlthPea'iody Hotel)
Proprietor.
.T T Ellla, Tenn
W Ptrnng. Tenn
f)0 Rice.OSio
W Farley. La
T, F'-hei, Miu
JBPn'lv, Ark
fB Stewart. Tenn
P Vork. Mi.,
P R-n, I a
fWCwrell.Tonn
RHMitnhell.Xann
I. P rrn. Til
.1 a Qnln,Tnn
' V IMol
Kea Aw, Tenn LD Lawion, Tenn
.1 J Sullivan. Ta
Wfimraerraanaw.Kai
M V Wilion, Tenn
H Ptewart, Tenn
Rll Mitchell. Tenn
T, Thnmpaon Tann
W W T'nnt, Tenn
J W Lao'ema, Miu
P J A eiandor, Ohio
J H Maloom, Mo
R J Bowlei, lax
M 11 lo)la, Mini
TP Williau,i,lnd
T L (loddinKi, Tann
W Uarrit, Ark
A C Carr, Tenn
P L Anderion.Tenn
II Waller, Tonn
11 M Tay.or, Mill
M J Jnmlon, Mo
u uupe, Lia
C Hoefee, Tenn
J T Dudley, Ark
I, J Myruiin, Tenn
W U Mar-bull, Tenn
11 Woodman, Ind
A W Uairea, Tenn
J M Lamotta, N C
A Hunter, Ky
K H Cheatnut, Mill
R L Jacnbi, Tann
Ml.Wi liami, Ind
M Fletcher, Mils
H Wi ler, Mo
M J Chapman, Tenn
H J Barker, Mill
T A Wei I, Ark
i Urlmea, Tenw.
EASTER HATS!
EASTER HATS!
"VT0W 18 TI1ETIME TO CHANOE HATS I
X for the Bnrinc I lata have made their
appearance, and MAK'I'IN t'OUEN, Th
ainiir.n, nai tna LargeH ctock In tat
city. Theycompriio all the Lateit Novel-
tiei: tney areol tba lleit BUndard Brandi,
in all c i on and kinds, from the little baby'i
bat to the old grandpa a. Young men'i light
ooioreil Lierhya troin Jl 00 up to tl 60. We
ell a Derby for 13 50. lold everywhere for $4.
A 9.1 SO Derby for B:i OO.
A SS OO llrrby ror ta BO.
A S'4 00 Derby for 94 OO.
S-Ladloi eaperlally invited to examine our
urge noc ol tbildren'i Hiraw llaU.
Martin Cohen,
THE HATrER.219 MAIN ST.
Jobs Ovbbtor, Ja. 0. N. Qbosvibob.
OVERTON & GROSVENOR,
Real Estate Dealers
4GOTTN UBOREISS,
Offloe, 264 Second Street.
at. BW tiew, Ncviaavti aaa Vvara,
MEMPHIH, . . . TEHMiJISEK.
RSAL IUTATB BOUflllT N3 SOLD,
Taxei Paid. Rante CuLecud, ate., on
vuiuniia.inai.
Humphreys1
H0MC0PAT111C
Vefennarj Specific:
Cure Diaeasea ol
Horses. Cattle, Sheep
DOGS, HOG3, rOL'LTIlY,
In iiho for over 20 yonrs by Fannors,
Stockbreeders, Ilorso K. li., io.
Used by U. S. Covornment.
STABLE CHART "S
Mounted on Rollers Jt Book Hailed FreSa
Humph re v.'Mrd. Co., 109 Fulton SC. H.T.'
mv'l' r T a strvvn
:i!B
yt. '-'J :j nnr-rttrin
lu ll. .ul vara TKa nntv ntt..... h.l .i.
Nervous Debility, vital Weakness,
avml rnaatrAimn, fpniu i.vfr-ork or o(ttr auvC
41 )rvinl. rft vinlrtand lnrkit
tnu.tatl IYiI afti.
BV UKrnialri'lV. (irr
privt). t Mtetfihrrji' Mtaittisw ii
I tHtUM (Hat . 1.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
2 IS Main St., 3Hcuii,hiK,Tenrj
Wlehlnar 1. Ra(lr frnm BaBlaeaa
We Oiler ar l aitra
STOCK AT COST.
pAPON FPRINUS AND BATHS (AlkiHna
V J Lithia Watara: aisoKina Im. Wt'nl.
Haaiuhire Co.. W, Va. No I'oki. onaia
na. M'bere tn. rick and ov.rarked ion
recover, and th. well are alwavi baprr
bead for ram vhlet. W. II. bALif, Prop
mm
KarThe firm of GOODBAR & CO. has been diaeolved, and we have reorganised oor interest in the 'Wholesale Boo
and Shoo Business, in connection with Mr. W. E. Love, late of Warren, Love k Co., 8t. Louis, Mo and Mr. J. O
Callicott, of Coldwacer, Miss., under the style of and firm name given below. We thank ou friends for their patron agt
in the past and hope for a continuance of their favors. A. B. GOODBAH.
o U. H. GOODBAB.
. . . . j.h. oooDBABi, w. k. vot. j.o.ciixiren.
iUoi uotxibar m Co.. M.mphli. LaU of
G003DBAR, LOE & OO,
3G7 & 369 Main
BOSTON
We are
now received s law and Entirely New HlrU of Eastern and Custom-Made Boots and Bhoee for
Spring Trade ol 1886, which we offer at HSock Itotiout lrlc?8, on as liberal terms as can
ha mada bv any comrtinir morkor..
JAMES C. HELL, PreHltlcnt.
IVIEftflPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.,
WHOLESALE-
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
-OF
laddies.
HAIIlYEIt
OYCDTT!
Harassing the High-
Price Clothiers.
RIGHTS OF 1H WORKER.
FULL VALUE
For Ilia Hard-Earned Dollar.
If mankind will boyoott foolish
extravagance mankind will be better
off. The money foolishly spent every
year wonld 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 boycott high prioes 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 than you get elsewhere. You
also get the benefit of the very lowest
prioes.
A Word About Ourselves
Rave 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, an
this enables us to sell fast. You will
never find any old or shop-worn
goods on our counters.
oooo ivbw muxTm
To Select From.
OOOO NEWPANTB
For Your Inapection.
ivcmcmDcr, an tnese goods are
roally sold at actually less than you
could buy the cloth tor. Ilemember,
all these Suits and Pants are the best
material and make. Remember, that
our prices are muoh lower than you
can obtain elsewhere
fni 1 a a a
ine piace to Duy is where you
oan get the best goods for the least
money. That place is at the
MISFIT
262 SECOND STREET,
MEMPHIS TENNESSEE.
HaT" All alterations to insure a per
fect fit done free of oharge by a first-
class tailor.
ts8 Our buyer has just arrived from
the East, where he has secured 2000
more seersucker toats and Vests,
which we will oontinue to sell at II 25.
H.B. Opon frralaaa till , Malar-
To CONFECTIONERS
lad Ice Cream Maaufuctnrers, .
X. BAIXiIFF,
PROPRIETOR
French Chemical Works
5S Jefl'ersou Street.
MANFFACTfRKS BYRUPS OF AIL
Fl.AVOHS. which he oflora at lha !
Srice of rma a anllon, of any kin j ol
"tor. Vuality and parity taarantetd. Ice
am manufacturer, will find all klnrli of
Extract! and trail Coloring at. Tar low
Pnoe.
CloigPA
Ooodbar it t o., Mampbia, Lata af Warran, Lova
WIIOIjEBAIjI!
fin
n
and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn,
OFFICE No. 24 HIGH STREET.
E.
Harness. . Collars.
HAK1WAI5 AND TRATITEK..
iltilLL HOT
AVERY and MITCHELL COTTON SCRAPERS,
AVERY WALKING CULTIVATORS,
. HANDLED and EYE COTTON HOES,
GRAIN CRADLES, GRASS SCYTHES, ETC.
Pumps, Machinery Fittings and Pipe.
James M. Uoodbar Wm. I. Clark J. UarrlBgioa Fraak . J.aiw
I3naBtJefcllali9cl 1BOO.I
GOOBBAR&CO
"WHOLES AXE
BOOTS and
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WB offer to MESCHAITS NLT thaSanreat and hart itoek of Boot and Shoal wa
haro arer broniht to thia market, and which cannot be lurpaaied in quality and
Ityleibyany honaein thiior any other city. In addition to a oomnlete line of Kaiiera
madatoodi, noladinfthe:iCa.k.BMaTKa SOOIIBAR a CO. HMUOanM, we handle
a larca and lalect itook of Cmtom-made Ooodi for Men, Women, Hiaiet and Children. We .
oarry a number of the belt makei in the
la wail Known ja.n i uair tioou
Bprini trade.
la irada. wa alao narrr a ahnina lina
Calf (loodi, manufactured by Krtppendorf,
oar iwob oeiore oayini eleewnere, ana wa
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Clerk or the Crlnalaal Conrt.
TTTK are anthorlied to annonnce R.
8.
TV UArKKn (lor twenty-one yean p
nty) aa a candidate for Clerk of the Criminal
Court of Shelby county, lubjeot to tba Dem
ocratic Convention.
WB are antho'lcad to announce DABEY
W. COL1 IKK aa a candidate lor Clerk
of the Criminal Court of Bhelby county,
ubjeot to the Demooratio Convention.
Comity I'onrl Clerk.
are anthorlied to announce that
TTTH
VV RICHARD A.
ODLUW li a candidate
for County Court Clerk, aobjeot to the action
of the Demooratio Cnnrenuon.
Judge of the I" rebate Conrt.
lirE are authorised to announce J
P.
VV VUlINl. aaa candidate for tha nfllna
of Judge of the Probate court, lubjeot to tha
action of tbe County Demooratio Convention.
For Trnalee.
WB are authnrirad to annonnce JOHN
M. BRADLEY al a candidate ior
Truatee ot Bhelby county at the eniuing
Annual election, lubiect to tba action of tba
Demooratio Convention.
WB are antbnriied to announce AN
DREW J. UAKKISai a candidate for
re-election to the offioa of County Truatee,
lubiect to the action ot tha Demooratio Con
vention. THB A ppeal la authorised to annonnca Mr.
N F. LKMASTKH si a candidate lor
the office of Truatee of Shelby oonnly. lub
jeot to tbe action ol tha Demooratio Conven
tion.
For Atternew-anier).
WB are authorised to annoanoa GK0RQB
B. Ph'TbKS, Ja., ai a oandidata for
tha office of Attornoy-tieneral, lubiect to the
action of the Demooratio Convention.
THB Appeal iiau'hoilied to annonnce 8.
D. WKAKLKY aa a candidate for Attor-ney-Ueneral,
lubjeot to tha Demooratio Con
vention. For Beclaler.
rpQ the Voters of Shelby County snd My
JL rriendr I hereby anoounoa myarlf lor
the leoond time a oand'data for tha office of
County Remitor. lukjact 10 tbe Democratic
Convention. I am poor and need tha office.
Valinar that mv na.t arvicaaa a aarvanl of
tha penple has (iven latiifiction, and that I
oan oome before the people and aak tnair
uffriKeiand support tor Connty Peaiater, I
am, reapiotnilly, JVUH A. I'UWKL.
TTTB are authorised to announce N.
r.
VV (BUNK) HAKMSUN al
oandidata
for Reiiatar, subject to the action of tba
Democratic County Convention.
T11H Appeal Is authnr'ied to announce
JOHN If. MnCALLUMas a candidate
for Reamer, su ject to tbe action ol the
Demooratio Convention.
THB nnderiirned announces that lie Is a
oandidata lor Resi'ter. and aiki tbe
support ot tba voteri of Shelby county. 11
eleoted, will endeavor to live latiifaction In
theduoharseof tbe duiieioi tneomoe.ana
daces bia claimi aubicct Co tbe aotioa ol toe
'ounty Demoorat'c Convention
THOti. B. CRENSHAW.
Memphis, March 2b, 1806.
s.
A. DOUQLA8, of Kerrrille, Tens., Il a
nandirlaU for KKOIsTER. subiacttotbe
notion of tha Demooratio Convention.
WE are anthorlied to annonnce B. A.
RUMllNuSON aa a candidate for
Conntv Reaiater. subject to the aatioa of tbe
Demooratio Convention.
THE Appeal ts authorised to announce
JiiHN W. GOULD aa a candidate for
tha office of Beaia'er. subject to the action of
the Demooratio Convention.
Jadre of the Owali Coart.
WM. S. FLIPPIN is a oandidata for Cir
cuit Judge of Shelby County, luhjeot
to tba action ot a Democratic Convention.
We are authorised to announce L. H. ES-
TK", JR., as a candidate forjudge of tha
Circuit Cou-t, subject to tha action si tbe
Democratic Convention. ,
AMKSL.OOOPLOK will be a candidate,
k.l.., th lljiinnrrati ' Convantinn. tnr
omination to the office of Judge of the Cir
cuit Court: and. if defeated, will support
tba successful nominee.
We ara authorised to announce that JOflN
JOHNSTuN it a cnd da'e for Judge of tha
Circuit "ourt of Sh'lby C. unty, subject to
action of the Democratic Convention.
k Co., Si. Loai. Lata of Ooldwatar,
Fa MEYEIC, ec,y und T react.
JUi
ai'J
oonntry, in arer variety and itjle, and among
and bhoei manufactured by Ueo, Hooker for oar
nr Lailiaa' and Ml.u.' (Iiiilnm KM iin mmA
Dittman A Co.
Wa invllA thm trrnAtk afamina
taarauUe erarytblns we mil tn five latiitaotion.
HIWBB4R V CO.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
For J a dee of tbe Crlmiaal Coart.
MESSRS. spnleon Pill. Henry J. Lynn,
John W. Dillard, 11 M. Neely, W. D.
Betha . R. Q. Craig k Co.. . V. Kambaut.
A. L. Lowenatein, J. 6. Menken and others
In reiponae to your call upon me to be
come a candidate for tha office of Criminal
Court Judge of bh-lby county, wlthsinoere
thanki for your kindneii and oourteiy, I
hereby announce myelf aa a oandidata for
the position, subject to tha action of the
Demooratio convention.
A. M LAMBETH.
Strawberries.
DURING tha season wa will receive Ben
llart't Borriej n.ornnc and evening.
CAKES.
Juit received a freah lot of Kennedy line
Biicuitand Cakes.
Butter (Scot oh, Beatrice, Albert,
Lemon Cream, Jelly Drops, Khrewabary,
Cocoanut Taffy, Royal Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. Assorted Jelly, Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
Corner Second and Beale Sts.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importers and dealers la Oaaa, Amnaa
nllloaand Flatalna Taekle, Balldere'
Hardware, a.leelrle Heile and Am
naaclaiorafor Hotela and Rasideaas,4(
Mala alret, atemphla. Team. JElaotrie
supplies always oa hand. Repair nx neatly
dona.
EAGLE
Boiler Works
SHEA. McCABTHY, Propr'g,
110, 143, 1U Front, Memphis.
ONI Of TBI LARflKST BOILER 8H0P8
in the South, and the only complete
Boiler and Baeet-IroB Works In the city,
Haaataetarere of heavy slate tress,
work of every eleeerlptloB. Special
attention (Ivan to vlaatadon work.
R. SUPFEHSCHMIDTe
IMPORTER AND DEALER IH
Gbub, AmmnBltloB, Flxhlnr Tackle
and Base-ball (roods.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
334 Mala htreea, aBemphta, Teaav
Manafaotorina and Repairinf of linns a
Specialty.
Frank Schumann,
Importer and Dealer In
euus, Flahlac lawale sad Hpeirta
bmb'i Nappllea. ajar Special attention
given tn M AMJFAlXt&jbiis and K-PAIKING-vw
413 Main M., Memphis, Ten u
SHOES
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