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HA1LR0AD TIME TABLE.
IiotsTDja,Rw Orleans aa Texas R'r
lUMalMtirri VAiXBt BtObTm.
Oa and afar lit J IS, piwim traini oa
thu road will nil lollowu
I :w a.m
11 ll p.m
a el-, r
id p. a
Re. Orleeni.... H.
A-With ell lint) entering Men
B-Witn fci.AN.W.R. R. tori
. R. R. lor Helena.
fcr ttrwenville aad Huntington, and all
-With V. A M. end V.. 8. A P. Rallroadi.
K-Wita N., J. A C. R. R. fur atchei uj
F Pr Point oa the Branch,
ft With llHBin (or H.ywfl 8 era.
B-With raiiroedi diverging for Florida,
Triii and OoliklJiloU.
JAS. M. KDW 4 RiS. V. P. and 0. If
SWA J- V a,n,ui wui uc a
W Ul UUir llaiiavi Nlln'l
A. W.fcIAKr u. I
.KNAHP.a. P. A.
WBort Irtraad Hlaalaalnal Tal
-Train! mrr ai lollowi: No. I (tut
Trains iB.rre aa follow! ;
fine daily) leavei at 10:00 a.m. No. 2 laavai
at 11:40 p n, daily. BU Louii fait Una
leave dally at :tb n.m. No. T (laat Una
daily) arrive at 1:30 p.m. Hall and ex-
Rreai imm daily at 8:1 a.m. 6t. Louil
M Jin arrival daily at 9:06 a.m.
Lqajevllle ! Haah villa Traini
oveai followi: Fait mail arrival dally at
eine.m.: laavai at 10:10 p.m. : mail leavei
dllT at 10:10 a.m.i arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brewniville accommodation! leavei daily'
axrit Sunday, at & :00 p.m. I arrival dally,
axoeptSundai, at B .50 a.m. titandard time).
BHealaalapl aad Teaaeaaae. Put
ail trail leavei daily at4:Mp m.t arrival
Ml:IS a.m. Local freight laavai at 6:40
a.m.t arrival at 4:S0 p.m. Freight traini
foe. i and 6 run trt weekly. No. (laavai
Memphia Monday, Wadnaaday and Friday.
eaaahla and Little Bock. Traini
move a follow! (central itandird tima):
So. 1 laavai dally at t-.'Jt p.m, i arrival at
l:bS p.m. No. 3 laaraa at 9:66 a.m. j arrival
:t 1:60 a.m. No. 0 (freight) leave Hopeteld
ally (except Sunday) at 6:00 a.m.i arrival
at 7:10 p.m.
unable and Charleataa Traini
Jiove a follow! i Threngh aiprell laavn
ally at 10:20 p.m. Mail and expreal laavei
ally at 10:111 1 m. Snmervllle accommoda
tion laavai daily, awapt bunday, at 6:110
p.m. Throaih axpraai arrival dally atS:2n
a.m. Mail eadex pram arrival dally at 4 M
S.m. tSomarvHa accommodation arrival
ally, aioapt Sunday, at 1;30 a.m.
Voir B.alo (Kaaaae City, e)arlaa
Itlaal Moinpbla) Traini leave M. and
T. depot ai follewi: No. 4, Kaniai I ity ex
preai, laavai it 10:4A a.m.i No. 8, Kami!
Clly airraaa, arrival at 8:90 p.m. No. 1,
Kama City mail, laavai at 6:00 p.m.; No. 1,
Kama! Clly mull, arrival at I: ft a. a. No.
I. Ht. Louli and Chloaao iitivi, laavai at
00 p.m. I Ho 1, St. Louii and Chlcafoai
praaa, arrival at 8:45 a.m. In affaot Sunday,
lly tiprlnti Roata Traini tnova ai
followi: flu. 1 laavei Mcmpbli dail
a, I arrival it Molly Bprlngi atHi80p.ro
nc. ivavaa lanny nnrinai dally
arrive at Mamihil at II ili a.m
laawei Memt'hil dally at 7i30 p.m., arrival
at Holly Hi.rtaii at U:h p.m.) No. laavai
UoMy Hprlnia daily at 3:30 a.m.i arrival at
MaiEpDIi at v .m
. TIIEi WEATHER.
, '' WiiusoTon, May 20, 1886, 1 a.m,
Iiiil'ratiotw: For Tonncwro lonl
fiiiiy, ( illowad by fair meithnr. For
Arkansaa, fair weather; nearly eta
tf unary teinpwature.
For Mimittippi and Tennamx : Local
rtitrij, follovnl fj fair weather; varialk
wlndf; nearly itationary temperature.
For Arhinmtt, fxuuiana and Texan
Fair utU)ier; larialk minds; nearly tla
Mmriia, Tarn., May 19, 1886.
Time. Bar. Cther. Wind. W 'titer
7:00 v.m. 29.9111 00.0 N.E. Cloudy
11 :00 a.m. it).fl4L 65.0 N.K. (Jlondy
8 ;00 p.m. 29(114 KJ.O N.E. Cloudy
7:00 p.m. 29 932 WU) N. Lt nlu
10:00 p.m. 20,Q;t4 6-'io Calm. Clear
Maximum temporaiure, 77.0.
minimum tunnieraturu, 01.0.
Orone, 11 a.m, 1.
Ib aha Cbleata KvlB,
Signal Shtici, XI. 8. A wit,
Mar 19. 1886-5 p.m.
Division of Ulexrami and rvpoitt (or
the benefit of commerce and agrlcnl
are. Cotton rtwion bulletin (nrtbe
twenty-lour boon ending May 19tb, 6
V a.itit.aa, pau,
"Wempbls... 77 54 .08
DaabTille.. 73 69 .22
Grand Jonotlon... 73 69 .08
Corinth.. M. 74 59 .10
Tnaoumbia 74 I 61 I .44
Decatur .. 78 69 (18
Ifcottsboro. . 73 55 ,H7
BatetyiUe 76 60 M
Hernando.. 74 54 .2(1
Grenada. 73 68 .48
Arlington 73 68 .03
Brownavllle, mmmi 72 I 60 I ,1)7
Milan .MHMU 74 I 61 I .20
Paria... 77 -4'J .00
OoTinRton..M....... 73 61 S3
Dywrsburg ......... 79 68 .31
Bolivar..... 72 fn 2.10
HoUy HpriDgs...... 76 69 ,H5
4-!oed.. 75 60 .12
Surca . 1416 K96 7 41
Jf'tnt.- 74 68 .39
9 . at;
. New Or iftana. ......
Base ball ajrain to-day.
The Legilative Council will meet
tbia altvrnoon. vx
The O nnty Judicial Convention
meeta Tut-auay next.
The iwlU'hback cetr will be
running in a day or two.
The ahower yesterday laid fin
dust and made, the market gai deners
11 en to r.arry was Imuc I ,-V-wfnv-
to Frank Gilltepio and iKins
Di'lia 1 ha c'.f r.
All the childrt-n uainir part in
Ah e Calvary Church Mav la i-.-al aru
aruestly requested to '".. ;it at
the afUrnoou r beortal Fridav, at tlio
haJL 207 Main Rtrect.
V strawberries con
market is glutted
yt there is noth-
after paying for
. Voneys in the
,a to the i red t
and p' ices
ing left for
u3 run by t i
a writ is ne i
"from Clianeerv on the prayer of John
D. Waldran, administrator. The
claim is for $5000, aga nst which I
counter charge is set up.
Building of inexpensive and ex
tensive character Is going on all over
the city. The work is of a much bet
ter and mere enduring character than
. uutt of any previous year,
' What business are vou in?"
asked the Circuit Judge yesterday of
Witness Knowberger of Greenville,
Miss. "A combination, your honor;
1 ran hotel, a saloon and an under
In the table of distances to the
top of bluff from the center of Ten
nessee street, given in the Appiai,
yesterday mnrning. the word "chute"
was usea instead of "street," .changing
the w hole tenor ol the article.
Do not fail to attend the Japanee
wedding at the Central Baptist Church
to-night. It promises to be a decidedly
novel and unique tntertainment The
ceremony will commence promptly at
8 -30 o'clock. The admission is only
"Yes. the real estate maikct is
active now," remarked a dealer yes
terday, "especially along te Port
Pickering river front, lt is changing
hands there rapid v and w hen the
wa'er begins to fill it will be laid off
All parties having flowers for me
morial service at iMmwoou, isaiuruay
nex', wh otlnd it inconvenirnt to send
them to the grounds, will please send
them to the Cotton Kxchanire. in
carftjf K. It. Spillman of the Execu
tive (Jommittee, and lie will lor ward
them promptly in time for use.
The trrand Inry has been engaged
in an effort lately to learn the name of
a doctor whom they believe to have
performed an abortion in the case of
the infant found recently near the
b you, in North Memphis They have
summoned one or two witnesses, but
they decline to lestuy.
The Rupreme Court does not
seem to take any paulcular stock in
the decisions of Judge Doughtus. A
lawyer who returned from Jackson
uight before last said that the court
?; X to work at 10 o'clock that morn
ng and he left half an hour later. In
that time six of the decisions of Judge
Douglass were reversed.
1 1 uot'ee your name to a petition
calling upon an ex-poker room keeper
to become, a candidate for an impor
tant county olllr o," remarked a friend
yesterday to a leading meniber of the
Baptist church. "What! So!" and
then he throw tin both h s hands
"Why I didn't know the man. I
signed because 1 saw tho same of one
of the blgt est men in the city nt the
top of the 1 st."
- Sonat r Harris has written tho
following to the Cotton Exchtngo:
"Your remonstrance against the re
moval of the headquarters of the en
gineer of tie Third District, MisNis
tippi river improvement, came to
hand to-night. I have referred it to
the honoiaule Socretary of War, but 1
had an interview with him and the
Chief of Enginet rs yesterday upon the
subjeit, and am sati-fled that no
change will be made."
At a meetinir of the Memnhis
C tton Compress and Storage Assoc a-
lion yesterday, Messrs isapoleon lull,
II A. Montgomery, W. D. Bethel, J.
N. Fa la, W.J. Crawford, C.lMlunt
a .d J. W. Jhllard wore fleeted di
rectors The new board, it is said,
a ill consider the advisability of re
d ueing the price of compressing to the
lowest possible rlirure. in order that
Men phis may retain and increase her
bold as a cotton cen'er.
The first rehearsal of the Mikado
wit1) full orchestra took nlico last
night at the theater. Profs. Hand
werker and Levy expressed them
selves as being , well pleased at ho
great progress shown. Tho rehearsals
will cont'oue during this wet k with
out the orchestra, but will be resumed
on Monday, Tuesday and Wedneiday
evenings oi next weea witn the com
piei orcnesirntion. ho one out es-
co ts of the young ladies will be ad
Tho trial of Mrs. Conwav's clerk.
O'Keefe, who lost 1000 belonging to
the i Uice in a poker game with a
Nashville lawyer at Welter's, la set for
trial Dolore President Madden to-day,
The am unt lost, tHX). has been
handed to PresHont lladdon by the
aniKiiia oi we Krwn cioin oi tne citv,
but Wetter contributed nothing. He
has closed bis house and declares his
indention of going into a legitimate
business, lie has a
capital ol prob-
Bole Agrata for Horace R. Kelly
to.'s Key West tlgars.
Tlte trade supplied at New York
pneea. A full asnortinent constantlv
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by us: Uayoso Hotel stand.
Pcabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. fresh shipments received
weekly. i. bamklhon a oo,
Rkv. S. A. Btkki. and Mr. J. R
Pepper havo retu ned from St. Ixiuij.
A. M. Lamhktit left vestertlav fnr
Middleton on a telegram announcinv
.i i . ...
iu se ious l iness oi nis lamer.
M i-s Tatra, daughter of Judtre
Coch an of Troy, is at present vis ting
remuvea at oo rum street, tuelgea.
Ma, ki A. Cuaso. wlfa of the wall.
known Irani ktrset merchant, is visit,
fnends and relative at Clarksville
Mm.CoOII. the oorularand atlr.pt.
Iv w fa of Mr. A. M. Cooke, a'ter a
T sit f two weeks to ht r relatives in
Utorai. is ataln at lha Peabodv,
whore th la always cordially wel
comed by a bo4 of Mends.
j Ames at. t.DWAne. ganersl mar.
T ar .
agwr of tbe Louisville, New Orleans
and Texai railway, bai rrorganised
the business staff connected with hia
iiimedia'e department Mr. A. M.
Uixjxe, pnrcbssing rgent for tha road,
baa b n appointed aeeis'ant general
manager, and has already entered
nt on the discharge of his duties. Mr.
Edwards has acted wlrclv in makina
this 'election, for Mr. Cooke is a gen
tleman of genial pretence and ad
dr. S-. ipleniid business qaaiiflcationt,
and ii d-ttined to make li s mark In
'I'r i.d circles. Mr. Cooke dcends
t orn hs belt families of Virgin's, and
Uiun g his residence In Memphis he
lis io borne himself as to win
te e tem and admiration cf
t- l 'io have bad tbe pleasure of
mill; : ig his acqnaintanca. Ha
Is a brother-in-law to R. T.
W( .a n of New York, pres'd' nt of the
V. ; f y road, aod he and hit charming
11 prove valuable aore aiont to
il.e h eiai circle of tbe City. Mr. Cooke
s ') typical young buslne-a man,
lo-es, aitve, prrgreative, cspable.
and fit- $rat prrsonal populaiity will
luake fiends of all wi h whom be
com s in contact, either socially or in
I u n s traneic'.icn.
Tat itrnggle now in proiresa for
Ju t.e 'if tbe Criminal Court is a most
in I or a. it one to the poi,ls of bbelby
foil t. The dignity of the place, tbe
;! .ficct;ons demanded of Liui who
will occupy it and tha lntarrsta which
are involved in tb aelectioo to be
male give to tba contest for Domina
tion an Interest far greater than mare
personal consideration. Among
those who seek tha nomination is A
M. Lambeth, upon whom call bai
ueen puouciy mad by zuu citisenr,
located In all narta of tha rsnntv. Mr.
Lambeth his not long been citizen
Of the Countv. hnt he haa mails many
friends daring tba three year b bai
naen a citisen. and u nominated na
will make a vigorous caavas. II ii
well read in the law, and, judging
from tb popularity and character be
mad for himself in Hardeman, the
county of hia nativity, be would, no
doubt, a sworn Judge of tb Criminal
Contt and a good ri izen execute tbe
law. Mr. Lambeth' fidelity to tb
principle ol th Democratic pirty,
and h s past efficient service none ran
question. 11 has been one of Harde
man county's ta'ented and favorite
iona, and. Judging by tbe list in Sun
day's Appbal, bis nominalion would
giv ratiafsction to a large number of
friends in Sbelhy county.
KXEKCINKMOFTIIE PRIM IKY AHU
At lha enphla Theater Last Kvea
faa Aa seallnat Praaraaam
Leubria'a Theater was fi led nearly
to iti mil capacity at 3 o clock yester
day afternoon by the patrons and
friends of tha Chnrtian Brothers' Col
lege to witness tbe exercise of tb
intermediate, preparatory and primary
Tbe want of light in tba theater ex
cited much of mtnent, and was not ni
deretood n ntil tbe pres'dekt annonnct d
that tbe employe ot th tneatr hai
refused to light up tbe theater, and
bad neglected other duties a hich bad
caused great Inconvenleuce, and that
the want cf light would necessitate
the omission of several orchestra
pieces. The president explained tbat
this was tbe thirl time io fifteen years
that the employe of tbe theater bad
acted io this manner, and tbat on
former occasions there bad been gresi
rudenrsi on tbeir part. Tb following
programme was nearly all carried out :
Introduction Mountain Balla March.
ooolaraitlon Mlinlacad Mrn.....raul Kav
Conoert Keoltatlon Anvil Chorus.
Friar nr Clan
Declamation Tha Puulad Caniua Taker.
- Viotor Krioh
Muilo r lano lieetner Hose. Lanae.
Declamation Look Aloft Vincent Uarvin
Mu o Simi. etu i t tb Muilo C'laai
hcciUtion The Cobbler's Secret,
W illiam Block
Concert Recitation What tha hniinei Said.
Third Preoaratury Clan
Deolamation A Traglo btory,
Muilo Fodora Walli, Bucalome,
Deolamation Olva tha Little Boyi a Chanoe,
TheCharoo' Man... .Third Preparatory Clan
neoiiauoB now urui bam me vaoie.
Muilo Piano OreetUfi to Morn, Lanie.
Diclamatinn-Clvll War Charlei Floyd
A leolaratioc-When We Shall ll Men,
I Cbarlei fea, Hi. Uarrloiton
I and Pint Preparatory Clan.
Deolamation Ueorgia Volunteer,
Muilo The Oparalie Dude,
heoond Muilo Claai and Oroheitra
Diolamation Ktgului to tbe Human r-enate,
Meeting of Pita Jama and Roderick Dhu,
Muilo Piano flonattna, fichmitt Duet,
(leorKet-chuta and Isidore Kuohl
Ride of Collini Uravee Heorve Kouick
Pulaiki'i Banner Harry Praniioli
Muiio Drowiy l'olka....Third Muilo Clan
Dream of Columbui Tbomaa McHooy
Conquered at laat M ..Thonia Lilly
Madalne'i Child William Knnn
Muilo Traumbilder, Pantaila, Lambye,
Collet a Oroheitra
Reottatlon Tbe Apothecary.
Tha Brigtda at Pontno Joieph Martin
Muiio fiano Pearli of Foam.
Deolamation The Pollceman'i 6iory,
A Tale of the Daniih Invaiion,
Muilo Java and Rooky Mountain March,
Fourth Muilo Clan
Deolamation Tbe Hypoohondriao,
Sameon .Thomai Tulbar
Second Muilo Clan and Oroheitra
Aaacdota Stubb'i Lag Coarad Bolllnrer
Humbuf Patrlotlim...... Daniel K. tiraoa
Mulle La bouveraine, Herman,
The Huntry Boarder Biobard Hmiddy
The Factory Uirl i La t Day,
Finale-Rotella Maroh Collet e Band
Tbe music by the younger bays was
as good a could have been expected
from pupil but a abort time nnder
instruction. That rendered by the
orchestra, tbe flist and second c'as'e
and the band wis remarkably good
and rather above the average for tuoh
young ama'eart. Unfortunately too
much time wai consumed in tuning
and preparing, which proved some
wlat tedious. Taken do the whole,
the performances, whether on tb
violin, flute, piano or baes instru
ments, were snrpridngly good, and
indicate great taste and talent on the
pert of the pupils and careful instruc
tion on the part of tbe teachers.
The appearance and good behavior
of the boy were universally com
mented upon. Tb concert tecitations,
declamations, etc, were io some in
stances cf very superior merit. Sev
eral of tbe decla'msrs made tbe'r first
anpearaccs on this occasion, and it is
worthy of remark that among so many
there wa i not even one failure. Tbe
entertainment will long be remrm
be red by all who bad the pleasure of
en i oylngit.
Oct atled'eT e LaraaaartBa ta da
In order to Introduce th Alabama
Splint Coal In this market, it will be
delivered at 36o per barrel in city lim
it i. It baa no superior.
. P. at. PATTERSON A CO.
Solid SlUerwatre mi Hmlfbrd'a
aaaahla flaral da. haa th taaweal
etaaat af a-laata la aawa.
Doors, KAgh, Blind and White Pise
Headouarteni for yel'ow nine framing.
VH J. ff.raoa l treat.
Order "Hallord 91 atde) nedmlM."
ta a Haaaphia FHtral Caaspaay
far adaata aad ptoatT mt laaan.
Drnntaiond' Mataral Leaf.
The only genuine "Na'ural Leaf'
tobacco in the mark' t : "two tin tag,
one on ach end of the p'ug;" a mild,
elegant chew. Don't be deceived into
buying imitations. Ta ke none but the
original "Drummonu's Natural Leaf'
Mono8;rmm IlnKlet HrxIfortL.
from ffi unwards in the latest irtyles.
H. H. Meyer, No. 227 Second street.
Call at once or send postal for design.
6a ta KaUedaw 4k aaaraaaaralBa faa?
yaar Plaaahlaa; aad aa.ntUn(.
Mnlford. Jeweler. 294 flalo.
loclU order from tat? country.
APPEAL THURSDAY, MAY 20. 1886.
' raahady Satal.
C. B. A ALLOW A If k CO PanpuiToa.
Mia ai 60 aad J par day, aooor. iaa to
iaa and loeatloa of room Spaeial
W B Haiklni. Ark K K Buiu. Ark
SP Hid, Tenn . J L Driver, Jr. . Ark
J a iore well. Art r A lirtibam. Mo
J K H.Bpe, tT 3 W Adkina, Tenn
W t Brnwa. Ohio II O Black. Ohio
Mn M Hampb'y," C Ma.ter Humphry, N C
mine nuapbrey, a i r i aicr-ailliiie, A X
BWHelm.Va KH Miller. Va
YM Helm, Mm H L McP' err on. Mo
X ARolle, 111 S Q Marih.ll, Miu
JN.il. r.aa RJbyee, Mo
SMJackaon.Ky T A Mar-hall, Mill
O K Allan, Min J Oaka, Mm
J London, Tana C C Oermany. Miaa
Wm Htarlma. Mill P W Daney, Mill
0 W Barrow, Va W L David.on, Ohio
CBJackion. Ala BJSim Aw. Ala
C Taylor. Ohio B Boyd Af, Ohio
M Cooper, Tenn F A Avart.eck. Ohio
WSBoyd. Ky 0 V Reynold!, Ky
Mn K.ailey Ale, AlaT E llopkini. Tenn
C II H-.lBei, Mo W P Mallali.u. N O
J I. Oldham. Mo Mn J L Cocke, Tena
1 H S.ndi A w, Tenn B C Chandler, N J
E L Jackaua, Ala S W Johnion, Tax
Mn 8 W J.ihnion.TezMn Poaell, 8 O
JMJoneiAf.SO BCJaori, NC
UMCole, Ky B P Smith, Tenn
W. H. BINGHAM Mamiobb.
European plan. Knlarted and refurnlihed,
t ileal acooraina to ma and loca
tion of roomi.
0 J Curfe, Min
B F driffio, Min
John Clarke. Ky
J U Hindi. Ark
J Birdiall. Ark
Mn J A Warren, Ala
jnrl u M Hunell, Win
MnN Wiiiiami, Mill
a tioete, lann
J L llolloaay, Mill J L Allard, Ky
rf wiitiami, r.y nciaint. Ark
J M ivianoy. Art
A A Weill, Mich
J P Bouioaren. Ark
J E Moore, Miu,
W H Uibion.Miil
J W Littie, ky
(1 L P. tier. Pa
8 HOIenn, Tenn
n i retty. Ark -R
H Britti. Ky
W H Uibion, Mill
MB Lee. Miaa
A L Cummins. Mill
riooi "lonelli, lann
W P Waatoer, Tann
J Turnav. Tann
r O Thompaon, H o
W P Campbell, Tena Mn H Sampion, Tenn
Mn J B Jordan, AI Aai'ln Miller, Tenn
EJ Keith. Ark H J Thommnn Aw.N V
mm i.e an, lonn J J ot yer, lenn
J C Lynch, Ark Min Lynch, Aik.
Tha Kew Uayeae,
FARRINUTON, STEWART k WHITE,
Ratal, $2 50 to 84 per dy, acoordins to loca-
iion oi roomi.
W C Swopa. Tenn J W Hincock, Tenn
I) Bantalope, Tenn
W II Howard, Mm
M J Ford. Ky
J W f ield, Ua
F Robbim, Ohio
II lln.ton, N V
J K F nnev. Mo
Y Urltnoli. T.nn
H burden, Tenn
u iccnie, itnn
F 1. Kbey. Iowa
P Houaton. Tann
W B Braielton, Tex
R8 Ri.-kv. La
DBF Kittrell. Min
Mn B F Kitti.lt. Miaa
Min K Rittroll, Mill R B Simmoni Aw. lex
N H Scott. Miai w B Catcbinn, Ten
J M VVinihin. La T 11 Chanev. uhin
K E Mcacham, Tenn Mia E Meacham, Tenn
inri me cnim, le.n vv n nerry, tit
Fain Monk, Miii J PD bbini. La
W. Her White. Tenn John Bradley, La -N
M Jamel Aw, Mill K A Widiami Mill
T J Heed, Mm R U Uunn, Ohio
H (1 Sutcliff. Ohio ROPerkioe. Ohio
I Hamolion. La 8 W Jonei, Ala
F J Wititon Aw, NORN Aleiander, Mill
.1 J Willlama, Ala K P Curtii Aw, Mo
J E Andeuon, Kn R T Black, Ami
R Knritht, Tenn A Brnughton Aw, III
J P f mith, Min J W North, Mm
F M Kutlnh, Ala J W Crane Aw, "hio
BTilarriion, Ky W Palmer Aw, Ky
l E Dodte. T.uo R II Lewii, Tena
W I) Tbacher, Ark P H Webb, Ala
C J Andrew!, la CP (iaither, Ohio
T Pinckney. Min N 0 (liiOia Aw, Pa
W P Bartlett. Ark II J Wade, Min
DaSy'i Caropena Hotel,
Corner of Adaml and Main itreeti. Roomi,
oOc, loo and II per day : Amartoaa flan,
12 par day.
Plrat-claai Raitaurant In tha Hotel.
J. It. DUFF If (10 yean withPeabody Hotel)
M V Wllion, Tenn , F L Hope, La
c l) stew-rt, Tenn
R H Mitchell. Tenn
Lee Tbo-ntoi). Tenu
W W Trout, Tenn
J Craig, T'nn
C Hoeiel, Mo
A A f-hirp. Mill
J 11 Davii. Ten
H 8 oavidion, Miu
S A Murry, III
A 0 Brainard. Ohio
L J Tatmel, M ll
T U T L.. U
0 Hoefvr, Tenn
J T Dudley, Ark
II J Morgan. Tenn
W II Mar.hall. lcnn
J W Lawion.Miu
B M H.warj, Mo
J M Nhivarl. Tenn
L P Will ami, jr.Tenn
H J Morgan, lenn
J Calun Mo
Mn IIawkiniA2i, Mo
J r Morrii, A k
T P Hardin, Ohio
T M Heilv, Ark
PJ fralih, Ark.
J Cary, La
J F Minor, wAo, Ky
V U..-:.. A.I.
L C Jaooha, lex
B KS-rand. Mo
?Q Venable. Tenn
H Latham. Tann
J J C Mankin, Tenn
tf v m.n.iai aviiu r piuric, ni.
W S McParland, Mo M T Merchant, Tenn
P M Morrli. Tenn B M few arc. Tenn
Mri CO' II lire. M il J O'llara, Mii
Min k O'H.ra. Miu Mrl Malina. Tena
J T Roberta, Mo T P Bingham, Tenn
W 1 lalmer, Tann A C Uunter, Ark
Sei ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and Laundry on fifth page.
Kalsominino telephone 600, A. Mc-
Da. C. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, no. 61 Monroe street.
Ladies can have spring sewing done
satisfactorily and reasonably at 2.0
Paint vour cam aire for 75 cent
with Neal s Carriage Paint. For sa'e
by A. Renkert.
Sbnd a noatal to tbe Memnhis Collar
and Cuff Lanndry, 61 Main street, to
can tor yonr laundry.
W. A. Faires. f9 Union Btrect. has
tust received ac-r load of large broke
Texas horses and wares.
Dr. W. W. Taylor, residence Pea-
body Hotel; office, 338 Main street.
coiner Unicn. Telephone o nnection.
Tfs Herbal Chili Onre, tha tMtet
tonic and antl-perlodlo known. A eartain
and inre oare tor chilli Price 11 per bot
tle. Send atnmn for oiroulari. Any ref
erence gixen. Addraii John 0. Rucker,
Send to Memphis Floral Comnanv
fnr list and price-current of plants.
Hsve largest stock in town. Come out
and see for yourself. South gate Elm-
Tin Topp residence and lots on
Beale, Iuderdale and Jcvwaniine
streets will be sold rt noon Wednes
day, May i.'6th, by W. A. W heatley on
the premises. '
On- Wednesday. Mav 26. nt noon
rharn. the Kobe rtHort Tonn house and
lots on Beale, I-audenlaU and Jessa
mine strata will be sold on the prem
ises by W. A. Wheatley. Two lines
street cars run near. Can be examined
Naw OautARS, May 19. Night
Departed : Charles Mo rgao, Cincinnati.
Pmisuao, May 19. Night River 5
feet on tbe saageand falling. Weather
clear and mild.
WBMijuo.May 19 Night River 8
feet on tha gauge and falling. Weather
clear and pleasant.
Vicxsbubo. May 19. Night Ar
rived: Ci-v o 6l Louis, Hi. Loo Is. De
partxd: 8 uoky C 'y and tjw, Ohio
river. River lose 1 tenth.
Cisi-tNATr, Msy 19. Nlgbt River
29 le 6 lucneson in gauge and fail
log. Weather partly clondy and warm
Departed: Granite tit ate, Memphis.
Gaibo, May 19. Night River 39
feet 7 inches on tbe gauge and failing.
Weather cloudy and cool. Arrived:
City of Providence, 6 p.m. No depart
ure of regular packets.
Evaksviixb, May 19. Night River
falling, with 28 feet S inches on tbe
(range. Weather clondy ; thermometer
6J to 78 Departed: Joseph B. Will
lams and tow, New Orleans, 3 p.m.
Sr. Louis, May 19. Night River
fallen S Inches, and now stand 25 feet
3 inches on the gauge. Weather clear
and warmer. No arrivals. Departed:
Port Ed and bargee, New Orleans.
LocisvrLLa, May 19. Night River
falling, with 11 tot 4 inches la the
eanai and 9 feet 8 inches on tioe falls.
Buaneaegcod Weatherclear ardp'eaa
ant. Arrived: Ocl den Bu'.a, New Orleans.
ftWTh firm of GOODBAR dt CO. has been dissolved, and w have reorjraniaed our interest in tb VTholesal Bo
and 8ho Boaine, in eo nnection with Mr. W. E. Love, 1st of Warran, Lore A Oo St. Louis, Mo- ma Mr. J. u
Callicott, oi Coldwater, Mia., nnder th style of and firm nam given below. W thank our friends for thefrstowag
in th past and hop for a contlnnano of their favor. B. vOODBAm
o U. H. GOOlKAJL
A. . eoomiE, j.h. eonDBii, wv b. bvotb. J. c. CAU-irorr,
Lata of Ooodbar A Co., Memphli. LataofOoodbar A C., Memphis. Lata oi Warren. Lava A Co.. Bl LoaU. Lata aOold water,
(EfOOBBAR, LOB COo
367 & 369 Main
W are now receiving a larg and Ealrcly New Stck of Eastern and
Spring Trad of 1886, which we offer at Itock Bottom Prices,
- ha mad hv mv rvmo'ing market.
JAMES C. BELL, PrealdtoU
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nob. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.,
HAHUFAGTORERS AIID JOBBERS
Harassing the High
RIGHTS OF THE WORKER.
For His Hard Earned Dollar.
If mankind will boyoott foolish
extravagance mankind will be better
off. The money foolishly spent every
year would take oare 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 boyoott 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 than you get elsewhere. You
also get the benefit of the very lowest
A Word About Ourselves.
Have you examined the line oi
Spring and Summer Goods we are
now showing? If you have not, it
will pay you to do o. 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 You will
never find any old or shop-worn
goods on our counters.
8000 STBW ST7XTS
To Saleet From.
OOOONB W PACTO'IS
For Tour Iaipwotioa. '
Remember, all these goods are
really sold at actually less than you
could buy the cloth for. Remember,
all these Suits and Pants are the best
material and make. Remember, that
our prioes are much lower than you
can obtain elsewhere.
The place to buy is where you
can get the best goods for the least
money. That place is at the
262 SECOND STREET,
All alterations to insure a per
fect fit done free of charge by a first
MT Our buyer has just arrived from
the East, where he haa secured 2000
more Seersnoker Coats and Vest,
whioh we will continue to sell at tl 25.
.aX-Oaaa nealan till a, Bmtmf
Aid lea Cream MaaaJDaetarers.
7. BAXXjZX' 36.
French Chemical Works
tW Jeffe-nto. Street.
MANrFACTTJRKS STKtiPS OT Alt
fLAVokB. which be eCen at tba low
friea of as nail n.ll.a, of aar kind of
flavor. Uualitr and pnrit? guaranteed, lea
Creaa maaafaptnreri will nnd ail kindi of
K i tract aad rmt Coloring! at a wr low
and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn.
officeWo. 24 man strhst.
M. Good bar Wta. Im Clark I
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis. Tenn.
WE offer to MKRCHABTT" OltT tb. larteit and belt itock of Boot and Bhoel w.
havo ever brought to thli market, and whioh eannot be mrpeeied in quality end
tylei by any house in toil or any other city. In addition to a complete line of Eaitarn
madegoodi, inolud'ngthe tkLrBaalau CifiOOfJAK ek CO. BlUHiaNN. we handle
a large and leleot itock of Cuitom-made Qoodi for Men, Women, Miaaei and Children. Wa
carry a number of tbe beat make! In the eonntry, in ever, variety and ityle, and amoni
them i the well known Men'i Calf Boot! and Bhoel manufactured oy Gwo. Hooker for our
Spring Trade. V. alio carry a choioe Una of Ladiei' and Mtnei Cuitom Kid, Goat ana
Calf Qoodl, manufactured by Krlppendorf, Dittman A Co. Wo invite tb. trad, to examine
our itock before buying elsewhere, and we guarantee everything we tell to giv. latiiiactioa.
Far Jadaje ot Ibe Crlmlaal Coarl
MESSRS. aplenn Pill. Henry J. Lynn,
John W. Dillard, U H. Neely, W. 1.
Bethe . R. O. Craig A Co., U. V. Kambaut,
A. L. Lowenitein, J. S. Menken and otb.n
In rearjonie to vour call noon me to ba
con e a candidate for the office of Criminal
Court Judge of sh -Iby county, with ilnoere
thanki lor your kindneii and courteey, I
hereby announce my-elf ai .candidate for
the petition, lubject to the action of the
Clerk af tka Criminal Court.
WE are authoriied to announce R. 8.
CAPERS (tor twenty-one yean D-p-ntvl
aj a candidate for Clf rk of the Criminal
Court of bbelby county, lubject to the Dem
WE are autho-lied to announce D ABNEY
W. COLUErlai a candidate tor Clerk
of tbe Criminal Court of Bhelby county,
abject to the Democratic Convention.
Conaly 'art Clerk.
WE are autborixed to announce that
RICHARD A. ODLl'M li a candidate
for County Court Clerk, lubjeot to tb. action
of the Democratic Convention.
Jaffa or tha Krobata Coart.
WE are authoriied to announce J. P.
VolINl aa a candidate for the office
of Judge of tbe Probate ourt, lubject to the
action OI mi wubij muwnuu vuuvvuuvu.
WE are authorltd to announce JOHN
M. BRADLEY ai a candidaU for
Truitee ol Shelby connty at th. eniulng
Aoguit election, lubfect to the action of tha
Wl are author lied to announce AK
RHKW J. HARRIS aa a candidaU foe
l-.Iection to tbe office of County Truitea,
lubject to the action of the Democratic Con
THE Appeal ti authoriied to annonnc Mr.
N F. LKMAbTER aa a candidal for
tha ottliia at Troatae of Bhelbv oouniy. lub
ject to the action of the Democratic Conven
WE are authoriied to announce OE0R8E
B. PKTbRS, Ja., ai .candidate for
tha affloe of Attornw-Ueneral. lubieot to tha
aotien af the Democratic Convention.
THE Appeal fa au;hotiied to announce S.
D. WHAKLEV a. a oandidale for Attor-
ney-Ueneral, lubject to tni Democratic In
vention. For Bealater.
rpO the Voten of Shelby County and My
4- Priendi I hereby announce myaelf lor
the aeoond time a cand daie tor th. office of
County Regular, lubj.ot lo tb. Democratic
Convention. I am poor and need the office.
Feeling that my pa-t i.rviceaia lervant of
the people haa given latiifaction, and that I
can come before tb. people and aik tnair
luffrageiand support tor County Reiiiter, I
am, reiptotfully, JOHN A. POWEL.
WE are authoriied to announce N. F.
(BUNK) UARkISUN ai a candidate
for Register, lubject to tha action of th.
Democratic County Convention.
B Appeal ll au'lmr'ied to announce
JOHN V. MnCALLUMaa a candidate.
for Kegiiter, iu ject to tbe action ot ue
THE nnderiigned announce! that he la a
candidate lor Regiiter, and aaki the
luppert ol th. voten of Bbelby ceunty. li
elected, will endeavor to give letiif.etion in.
tha aiacnam or the autiea oi ma omo. ana
plaoei fall claim! lubject to th. action of tha
Connty Democratic Convention,
1UUB. B. UttAKaUAVf .
Memphbi, Maroh !. 1906.
8 A. DOUOLA8, of Ken-vtlle, Tena., Iaa
. eandidata for RKaisTBR. lubject to ti.
action of the Democratic Ceavention.
WI are autaorlaad t annonnoe B. A.
ROMONuKON aa a randidata fnr
County Regiitar. lubject te the aetloa of She
THE Appeal Ii anthortaed to ann.ane.
JOHN W. ftOULl) a. a candidate- for
lha oSoe of Regiiter, gakyaet te th. aotiaa ol
tha Democratic Conventrao.
ladnaflke Ciraalt Oaart.
WH. a. FLIPPIK U a candidate fee Clr
eait Judge of Shelby County, eabjeot
te the actioa of a Demec vatic Conveatioa.
We are aatkorlied te aanouac L. H. XS
K4, JR., aa a candidate for Jad. of th.
ireait Coart. anaiMt te th. aeliea of the
JAMES Tj. eOODLOB wiU be a aaadldate,
befnr the Deexxrati - Conveatioa, lor
namiaaUoa to the oaoe of Judge f the Clr
eait Court i and. if donated, aiU lupporl
tha naeoeeifBi auaainee.
We are anthavtaad to aanonnaa that J0H?f
JOHNSTuN la a eaad-dai. for Jadre of tha
Circuit Coart ef Shelby County, lubjeot te
aettan ef the Pemorvat'e Convention.
Young t Brollier,
Booksellers and Stationers,
iS SSaln Sf-e Slemplal.TesB
laklBa; ta ttentra traaa Baalaaaa
Wa Otar war kallre
STOCK AT COST.
Onstom-Mad Boots and Shoe for
on as liberal term as can
F. 9IYH, nec'y and Treaa.
Eaerem J. Carrlagftaa F rata hi 0. Jaaas
DURINO tha leaion we will receive Ben
Hart'i Berriei morn log and evming.
Juit received a freih lot of Kennedy fine
Biicuit and Cakei.
Butter Scotch, Beatrice, Albert,
Lemon Cream, Jelly Dropi, t-hrewibury,
Cocoannt Taffy, Rora) Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. . Awurted Jelly, Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
Corner Second and Benle Sta.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importers and dealer! la OaaeuAaaaaa.
nlUea and Flanlaa; Takl, Balldera'
Hardware, Almlrle Boila aad Aa-
i ii-.-i. j xj i A m Am
Mala atrew. Bfexapaila. Tena. Eleotrie
applies elweyi oa hand. . R pairing neatly
SHA SeCABTHT, Propr's,
140, 143, 144 Front, Memphis
OWM OF THl LARSIST BOILER SHOPS
la tha Boath. aad tha only complete.
oiler and Sbieat-Iron Work! in th.oity.
lamafaatarera of heavy olata lroa
wark mt aven daaerlatlOB. SDaeial
atUntlea tlvwa to plantation work.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IS
Hons, Amnnnltion Fishing Tackle
ii ii i i .
ana Base-Bait wuwn
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
aVVAl Malaa Ktaaal Mamkhia. TaWaV
M&vx.afaVotarinc nd Rpalnnc of &an tv
' LaBortar aad Oaaier la
eaaa, rtaatoa; Taokla aaaaVBaeila
aeca'aaaaallim. tpr Spaeial attenKoB
riven to &ANCFACTORliili aad AJt
413 Mala Ntneniptala.Teria
i.JtkMj Cana m te Bdw
tiC TrW. WlnuMdMII V ItMUl
. XuywiliiMu.a)aaftMt CarMtn.faai(nifXrX
-' 1 " v ----- - - aa,K.rna
-"lievee sain, aide digeraon, aod tnnei an.
th. lyitem. Mn. W. A. bmlih.No. 680
hbalby itreet, MeabU,lan.,iayiharha!
band waa eared ef rheameuim alter tryinat
naany other ramadiee wiaVoot lid.
HKALTH IS WUAITH. Da. K. O.
Warv', Nbbvi ana Baais laiaraawv,
a guaraateed lEeelne for 11 yeteria, Dieai
aeM, Cavulaioeie, Pita, Karvnai Nearai
gia. Heartache, N.rvc-i Proetration, caaaad
by the aae of alcehel or lobacea: Wake
falneea. Mental Depreaiioa , Se'ten in of tha.
Brain, rwoltia in iaaanitr and lea ins t
mlaary, i deaay and death tPrexaatar. !
Age Bamaaaea, laai ot Pawar ia eithar-e-
Involaatary Loera and Snermator
rbaa. eanu by over-exertion e the brain,
alf-aknae or ovetladulgeaoe. Each boa eea
teiai oae montu'i treatmMt. tl a box. e
lix boxee for s lent be gaaU prepaid, oa
ript of price. We gaarrntre Six Boxe
te care any eaa. WiU each order rwoaive
by bi for ill boxee, aeooBpaated witn to,
we will eaad the parceeaer our written
twarannae W rafuad ta. Boaey if the treat
in ant doe. not .feet a care. Guarantee
Uiaed only be A. KESKA&IaA CO.. fir-A-aieta.
Kaovrnia ibo BrrrKits waa
Bled by Mn. Kate 8'ephenion, 26 Pey
ton avenue, Memph'i, Tenn., in one of the
mo.t itubborn raaei of ohiila ahe ever knew
and it cured- See gave it to her children
with good reralt! in bowel disorder and 4f