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RULROAD UU TABLE.
LolfTin,Wfw Orleaas aad Texas R'j
IMklMUPPI TiUltl SUITE.
Oa ui after May t 1M6, (nmnni trains oa
thii road will run a luifowa:
7:21 a. a
4:( 7 a.m
loinburg. ...... D..
upua lii aga. , Q. ..
A-With all Unci entering Memphis.
B-Wltb M. k N. W. K. R. lor Helena.
C for (ireeuville and Huntington, end all
P-W.th V. A M. and V., S. P. Railroad!,
S With N.,3. A 0. K- R. for satchel and
S For l'uiot oa the Branch.
With f teamen lor Baron Sara.
Il-W'tb railroads diverging for Florida!
Tcao and Coast point.
J AS. M. KDW ARDS, V. P. and 8. M.
M. BURKK, General Sup't.
A. J.KJSAl'P. . P. A.
ajew port Mewa and Mlaalaalnpl !.
17. 1 mini move M tnllows: No. I (tut
Una daily) leaves at 10:00 a.m. No. 2 leaves
at 11:40 pm. dally. t. Louis fait Una
Imtm daily at fi:S0 p.m. No. T (last lint
daily) arrives at 1:30 p.m. Mall and ex
press arrives daily at 3:1,'. a.m. 6t. Louis
fait lina arrives daily at :B a.m.
Lenlavllle and Kaahvllle Tralof
mora aa follow! : fait mail arrival daily at
6:lna.m.i leaves at 10:10 p.m.i mail leaves
daily at 10:10 a.m.: arnvaa at 4:00 p.m.
Brown villa accommodation, leaves daily1
axoept Sunday, at 6:10 p.m.t arrival daily,
xoeptSuadar, at tM a.. (standard time).
lealaeliBl anal Trnanan. Fast
vail train laavaa daily at 4 :30 P m. I arrival
at 9:45 a.m. Local freight leaves at 6:40
a.m.) arrival at 4:30 p.m. Freight trains
floi. 6 and 6 run tri waekly. No. It leaves
gaetnphis Moadaf , Wadnaiday and Friday.
Meaapble and Mill Stork.-Tralm
am aa follow! (oantral standard tima):
No. 1 laavaa daily at ..m, arrival at
f :no p.m, flo. a laavaa aioioo a.m.: arrival
t l:M a.m. No. 6 (freight) leaves UopeAeld
dally (except Sunday) at 6:00 a.m.; arrival
at 7 :10u.m.
Matnpkia Cbnrleolon - Trains
ova aa toiiowit Jhrnugh aipreii laavai
daily at in ; p.m. Mail and express leaves
Aallv at 10 :00 a m. boiuerville acooinmoda-
tloa leavea daily, eicept Sunday, at ri:30
p.m. Throuih express arrival dally at6:2ri
A.m. Mail and, express arrives dally at 4:nd
S.m. Somervale accommodation arrival
ally, except Sunday, at 8:10 a.m.
Unit Howie (Kouaaa Clly, Nprlnar
! aail SI mpiili Trains leave M. and
X. depot inlaws: No. 4, Kanias I ity ei
rrau, leavai at 0:V a.m.) No. 3, Kaniai
City aipraea, arrival at 8:30 p.m. No. 2,
KaaiaaOity mail, leave! atS.IMI p.m. No. 1,
Kaniai City mail, arrival at t:v a. in. No.
t, Ht. Loula and Chtnaio eiire-n. eavai at
fliOO p.m. i No. 1, Ht. Louii and Ohloaioax-
XraM, arrival atl:4Sa.m. In affaot Bunday,
prll 1H, lKKrt.
rnrbla, nirmlnctaam and Allan
lilt llollv Hprlnn Koala-Train i mova M
follow! : No. 1 lenvei Mempbii daily at8:4&
a n. I arrival at Uolly bpringi at 6:30 p.m.
No. 2 liorel Ibdly rlprinKi dully at V:O0
a.m.. arrival at Memunia at II ilS a.m. t No.
6 leavai Memphii daily at 7:30 p.m., arrival
at ilol'y Hprinil at 11:59 P.m.i No. A laavai
Solly Nprinca dally at 3:30 a.m., arrival at
eoiphla at ' a.m
WaiaiNOToa, May 21, 18H6, 1 a.m.
Iml cRtions: For Tonnesnte local
lalnr, fallowed by fair iteathe.
For ArkaiiBoa, gciieral y fawcnlh
er j nearly slatiooary tcmprratiire.
For yfiimuippi, Iffuitiana, Artttiwi
and Tfjrat: QtnfrMy air utathtr; vari
qWr vimh, northerly; tlationary iemprrn
turf. For t)dtichj and Tennfwee: LihoI
rain, flowed by fair vmlher, iVihlly
VKftmtr; variable vrindi, generally touth-
Maurati, Ti., May 20, lMfl.
Time. Bur. Ther. Wind. Wthor
7:00 a.m. 29.022 Bl.O N.E. Cloudy
11 :00 a.m. a (162 0H0 N.K. Oloidjr
8:00 p.m.200i4 72 0 N.W. Cloudy
7:00 p.m. 29 018 7.1.0 NR. Cloudy
10:00 p.m. 2fl.:W B7.0 N.W. Clear
Mnximuiu (omturature, 74.0.
Minimum U)inX)raturt, 00.0.
0on, 11 a.m., 2.
la aha !! Koajlaa.
Siomal Smbvicb, D. 8. Abmt,
May 20, 1886-5 p.m.
'ilviaioa of tulenraim tad reports' for
1 benwflt of cotnmtrca and arlonl
a. Cotton roRkon bullatia Inr tba
veoty-Jour hourt ending May SOtb, 5
,Hh 3 Ho C.
MIMPHII DM- S. c S-2 g B
Mampbis 74 60 .03
Baxhville HI 113 .01
Grand Junction... 70 R7 .53
Corinth ............ 70 58 01
Tnaoombia m....... 77 62 1.48
Decatur 82 f8 .30
Bcott.iboro......... 78 57 .30
Batttaville 74 60 .04
Granada 7:t 58 .!!7
rliuitton 7ii 54 .01
14rowneville... 73 58 .CO
Milmn 78 57 .05
PariH 76 40 .1)1)
CoyloRon....... 74 57 .08
rWHr-jbnrg 73 56 ,'ti
Bilivar 71 fiH .95
Holly Springs 75 60 .11
Otoftwd 74 60 .19
Hernando 75 54 .13
Bdo'B......-... 1428 1CS7 6 35
Man I 75 57 .33
B B P
Wihntnirlon 76 63 .79
Cbarle-ion 77 68 l.lrt
Anguta. 78 64 2.42
Eavnnnah 81 66 66
Atlanta. 78 62 .43
MnuUomor 80 60 .04
Moblla 78 62 .16
Kew Ofle.ua.... 78 58 01
alvcitton.. 87 58 Oil
Vickabnrg 75 67 .45
LiUlRk 79 55 .05
Memphis 75 67 .33
Sams . 942 71 6.50
Man 78 61 .54
A number of contru-ta for bride's
re being I t by SuKt Cole.
Lit enee to marry vas iwtied rea
trrday to C. C. Castir and Maria
Thn r IT f.r.. mtmhlinir rasa hu
been re et for next Tuesday in the
T?.u.;u,uw Th11..m ta nmiBrlno a lmt
of merchants wbo have not paid U
cenee t ) the city.
The atmosphere is thick frith
fu'ge about a repetition of tue po
liUttui si ualion of 178.
- The 1 arbei'ue, picnic an! dance at
Gill'a button yeaU-niay eviniug was
in overy - ne a succei.
Tommie Burrows, the youth who
fell from an elevator at Wilkera n'a
(iruir aioru it few days as was burial
Col. E i-!ey, 1 resident of the gia
cotnpaii ', Kive- u! tnree police a td
Tiro Com iiin'ioner a rontr 1 (leal He
eav P isi'UutylUdden is hading hira
up while Col. Montgomery goea
t roagh bis pocketn oa one side and
CapL Lee on the other.
Suit for divorce waa filed yesterday
by Annie against Thomea Taylor,
whom sbe accures of adultery with a
woman named Ann Johnson.
The May festival next Wed neiday
nl(?ht at Mr. Hoat'a W'li be for the
benefit of the orphan children whom
the Calvary Church Guild is pledged
Five rar-loada of gravel as a nam
Dle was delivered to the city yes erday
by the Memphis, Bolma and Bruns
wick railroad. It cornea from the
neighb rhood of Ited Bank, and is
aaij to b of a superior quality.
The private boxes for the opera of
the Mikado will be so!d at auction at
tba Pealmdy Hotel r-a nrday, the 22d
instant, at 12 o'cock, sharp. Mr
Birney Ilunhes has consenttd to act
A criminal information for the
pnppoaeof removing Khe itr Uankins,
of Miasiiisippl county, Ark., from Ar
kanaas. will be filel at Osceola and
Judge Mc(ivem will hear the case
next Tuesday or Wednesday at tbat
liberal donations having boon
made bv most of the di'ectoni of the
Citizens' Ktreet Hailway Company, the
tolxiggan will be pushed to com
pletion, and will p'obably be ojH'ned
to the public Tuesday night next.
In deference to the Baptist Church
cntfrtainment, to take place to-night,
the memlwrs of tbo Montgomery l'ark
Club, .iving the entertainment to oc
cur the mime evening, have consented
to postpone their entertainment til
Saturday evening, May 22d.
The follow ing were Hent to Slate's
prison yeHtord-y: T. K. Davin, false
pretennes, four yeurs; Wm. Irwin,
lalao pretenaes, three years; Charles
Johnson, rape, ten years; Andrew
Jackson, aHaault, two years and a liulf.
Prof. Handworker was again re
membered by his orchestrt 1 at Wed
nesday night after the Mikado per
formance, as be has been once every
year for the past nineteen yoars, with
a serenade. He na urally fetla grate
nil for this mark of esteem so regu
larly repeated, furnishing as it does so
ex ellent a proof of the high esttem
in which he '8 held by his fellow mu
sicians. A movement loot inn in the enrlv
closing of clothing stores is about. Uf
he set on foot, an 4 deserves gameral
encouragement nnd siiiipoptt Very
little clothing is sold nfpr n o'clock
p. in., and it would yrtail 110 loss on
the employer to jVrme at that hour.
There is no re-awrf hy clothing stores
should m (Allow the examplo of
other stojt-s in this respect The
clcrkyrlVo works late at nlu'lit in win-ter-Aiiintlm
when business is brisk, de
fvesa littlo recreation in summer
' in the nay of shorter hours.
Cius. Hkr.ou & 11 110. will close
their store during tho iumaierat3
o'clock p. in. 1oui of others ought
to do so.
(). K. Jknkinh, traveling passenger
agent of the New York Central rail
road, with headquarters at Chicago, is
at the l'eabody.
Our young friend Meredith P.
Go t v. t'ai gone to Philadelphia to
spend the summer with his uncle,
Gen Joe Barbiere.
T11 a ladies and centlrmen who In
tend to participate In the musical part
of the decoration pf gramme, on Sat
urday allernoun, ore rtnuestou to
meet at Mozurt Hall this afternoon at
oclock. and bring Gospel song
hooka with thorn.
Bole Agents fur Horace R. Kelly
Ct.a Key West Cigars.
The trade supplied at New York
pnees. A lull assortment constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by us: Gay two Hotel stand,
Peabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. 1. bamklson a co.
II Court -Iharnaa l. Kldildae,
Calender tor to-day: 8902. 0. E.
K.nith ts D. C. 8 aughter; 8!65. John
L' anna, adm r, vs Uallie r Humes,
aHm'x; 8907, Phil Gwynn, for use, ts
W. L. Hot-era: 89H9. C. W. Lealoa TS
W odrufl Lumbtr Company ; 8971, J.
B. Conk, for use, ts Union Stock Yards
and FtrtPizer Company; 8T-0, E
Hoffhaimer & Co. ts. Fied Thomp
ion ; 8984, Nam U. Uirnnr ts faille v.
Origg; 8985, Mrs. M. C. Thoiuai vs J.
C. Morjai; 8981, W. H. Binuham s
Theidt ra Bead : 8987, Ja. 0. Nolan ts
B. Richmond; Joseph Pat'ernon va W.
Iltrvay ; MIHJ, A. M. Arpiewbite vs
Milton Granberiy etal.
t'haaerry t'onrl airDowrll Jwdiin.
Calender lor May 24 h : No. 432,
8iate vs HoUt; 4:i01, Sisters Z on v.
Dckinson: 43,7. Hint vs Bolton:
44i,HtateTa Co'e; 44:W, Frehan vs
Bynns; 4s52, Folwell Ta Tenrewes
Building A's ciation ; 44 5, H ota 1 vs
Ketl.n; 4166, Zanrne va MrKenna;
4167, Dick nsen ts Green; 44' 8, Vas
ts vs Ray; 4589, Grant ts McKay;
4"97, HnmesTS Ptovina; 4605, Howell
vs GrivBhabtr; 4806. Brings ts One
shaber; 4616, Poiudrx'er vs Collier;
4ll 2, Marlny va Boyd ; 4652, UrsMtt va
Hon; 4654, Stiong vs Guion; 4660,
B Burnout ts Til lev; 4663, Wood ts
M outlay, May 21th, la gpntrjl di
vo te nay for any cases ready aud fur
Liisbed the chrk. This is inoticn day.
Iyelng amd lUennlnK.
Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid glove,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Kelgel,58 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods raiwiad by express.
tonoKrtani UAugleti W nl ford.
from f0 upwards In the latest styles.
H H. Meyer, No. 227 (Second street.
Call at once or send postal for designs.
Wo to Raulodto at LAaTOaaaraloo ror
your rinmblos amd UaevrHUas;.
In order to Intioduce the Alabama
Splint Coal In this market, it will be
t-livered at otto per barrel in city lim
its. It baa ro superior.
P. M. 1'AITKRSON k CO.
wot Kailod a laaaralaa.la da
Fiae Watca repairlag at MalfertPB,
Wm. Lunn. wbrss uparience la the
plti ubing ami gaf-ti:ting buainevi dat's
! k n.auy yoara in ihii city, will
h redter be found in the capicity of
gi.rral superintendent with J.'W. X.
11 wee. With this combination we
o to serve tbo patrons of Browne,
t P omber, with tarelul superyision
f or nd at prices is low as will be
ns s ent with the quality cf work
ME3IPHIS DAILY APPEAL EltlDAY. MAY 21, 1886.
THE UA COMIITIEE
TO HAH K A EPOBT
THE ca ii..
Tae rropoal llama Dlacaaocd-Cllreels
to Be Opoaod-Oibor Fab
The Legislative Council met yester
day with President Hadden in
the chair nd Messrs. Lee,
Montgomery, Randle, Kney and Wal
lan present. The lollowing resolution
was used :
Wiiiuab. It is necessary to take
for the public use a certain strip of
la"d, fll y feet it w dth, which is now
private property, for the pu pose of
opening Carolina street from liayburn
avenue to Main ftreet; therefore,
Heolwd, 1 hat the Engineer layoff
the same snd the Attorney institute
condemnatory proceedings in the Cir
cuit Court, is rquired by law.
Pt'TTISO IS t'lBR PLUGS.
A let'er from the fire chief to the
secretary of the Water Company, ask
ing that a fire plug be at once attached
to the main at the corner of Mill and
Thirl streets, nd a reply from the
secretary decining to do bo, but sug
gcoting that as water was "furnished
free" ihe city should have the work
done, were submitted. Received and
AN OIL WAHiHOLKB.
A petition from J. H. Cofiin & Co.
asking permiss on to put up aware
house for tho sto age of oils, at the
corner of Auction street and Center
a Icy, was reported upon favorably.
Granted, tho cellar to be o' sufficient
depth to hold the oil and keep it Irom
running in case of fire.
MAY IIUILD A WABinOl'HS.
K. C. Buchanan atked permission
to build a warehouse with metal roof
and iron siting on brick piers, 70x100
feet, on the northeast corner of Ten
nessee and Vance streets. Granted.
AN ALLkY TO IIS OI'KNBn.
A protest was rcceivtd from various
property owno s against the clo ing
by J. ll. Good of an alley running
from the Covington road to Johnsou
avenue lteferr d to City Engines to
open al'cy should Attorney decide it
can be ioiio. '
.' Ol'KNINO HrHKlrt.
Th report of 'he Engineer recom
mending the opening of Quinby street
Into Winchester at one angle and into
Fourth at another ws referred to the
President and Enginoer with power to
The question of opening Turlcy,
Monro, Linden, Pontotoc and Lauder
da'e streets was referred to the Presi
dent with power to act.
THI OAS COMHITTKI.
The meeting ws cal'ed for tho pur
pose of hearing the report of the Gas
Committee. The committee was in
tension in President Hadden's private
rllico until half an hour after the
time for the Council to meet but was
unable to reach anyconclusion Pres
ident II dden, who was s en after
ward, said that tho old company Lad
been very quiet until after tho passage
of his resolution by the Council, when
1 hey had submitted the two proposi
tions already outlined; one to furnish
gas free to the city for 1 treets, parks
and public buildings, the other to pay
to the 1 ity all its earnings over 7 per
cent , all moneys p id for extensions
etc , to come out of the city's share ;
stock to bo issued to the city in an
amount equivalent to tbat expended,
the city to pay the gas company ior
gas consumed by contract; wlncn is
to sav that should tho company make
$100,000 a year the city's part
would be H3DO00; out of tbat
10,010 or 112,000 or whatever
is demanded by c ntract shall be p-id
thecoinpany forpuhlic lighting; and if
extens ons, etc., cost 10,000 or 20,000,
that is also to be charged up to the
city, to which stock in the sum of
f 16,00 J r 120,000, as the case may be,
shall be issued. The committee is un
able to decide between the two pro
posals, though it is no longer a matter
of doubt that they prefer accepting
eitberone of them to taking their
chances by allowing a new company
to enter tne held. The proposals of
the old company are based, of course,
upon the guarantee by the city to the
old company of an absolute monopoly.
MENKEN ANO C01PANT.
Offtr sp'endid bargains TO-DAY in
Lauo Department (center aisle )
COO pieces wide new Egyptian Lice
Flouncing, and Skirtings at 95c
a yard aud upward.
3T0 piecrs new embroidered Swiss
Flouncing end Skliting. (yaid
and a qutrler wide) at 85c and
Aleo Grand Variety of
Eflcnrlal and Cbantllly Lace,
entirely new designs. Cometvday,
ladies, aud f 11 joy this giaod ex
hibition of choice new laces and
LAST DAI OF WRAP SALE.
All our elegant Wrapa marked
exactly half price. Rare oppoita
mty to get a beautiful wrap suit
able for spring, summer and early
5 will buy a10 Wrap.
10 will buy a f20 Wrap.
15 will buy a 10 Wiap.
Come to-dsy, Ladirs, come to-day.
MENKES AND COMPANY.
Kolld Silverware at Mulford'a
to aapkla Floral Caaav
far alaaaa aad Iiit of tat.
Adice to Motbem.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp
(hould always be nsed when ohildrea
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
Biinerersatonce; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes aa '-bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, soften the gums, allays all
pain, relieved wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhora, whether arising from
Uething or other causes. Twenty
five oeuts a bottle.
IS BBH0TSD 8T THS 01 0 COO0AIWB,
And it stimulatna and promotes the
growth of the hair.
lurnett't FlsTorlns Bct
Tbo Vow avoao.
FARRIJfOTO", STEWART k WHITE,
Ratal, t2 50 to 14 par imj, aeeordiai to loea-
uua 01 room
t vTl ilnikl. Mill
J B Henry. Ma
N A Alaiander, Tan
M U Iwll. Ohio
V i Uarrie. Kr
K BeoktnaB. HI'
J H Bullivan, Mo
J Bilveritooe, Tean
Mra Delano, La
M A Turner, Ark
J M H.. Mill
P U McCuff, Mill
W A Younv, Mill
K L Tnpp, Tena
J B Doothe. Mill
W H liuok. Tenn
8 II Duncan, Miia
W D Miller, M'li
K D Pent' o, N
It (I Davii, iii
J 11 Wabb, Kt
C himpton, Ala
J H vehb, Kr
J N Rirharilinn, Li
C W Irwin Aw, M J
KB Field, tena
A B Hmitb, Ind
w H Kerr. Mo
C Jonei, Mo
L Bluaenthal, Mo
K ii huckwall. N Y
K H KliDh, Mo
W H Uuder, Kr
11 Kariner, Mill
J H W.laar. N Y
0 C Armitronr. Tana
Y 1! Lourey, Mill
C W Dudor, Mill
X Miller, Id
F A Burbank, N Y
W J W'iiliaini, Mial
8 Johntna. Ala
H L Wa.hburn.Kv
K H Jonei, Ala
- Klwarda. Taan
TT II J Landii, Tana
M B Wicehip, Ala
L J lluiton, Al K.
a A VAMK AB IAIIHAI.L CLUH.
C II Morton.
Thiim :i Uillea,
11 Collin ,
P J Bottling,
C. B. OALL0WA I k CO PanrtixToa.
Ratal fi hu and S3 par day, acew. in to
aiia and looation of room Special
8 Friedman, Man M J Ford, Ky '
(i H Lorch'e, Ky M 01 ver, Tenn
KOBill. Ky K Milton if, Ky
K 11 Davii, Mill Min M Tipton, Tana
Mra t'h nip, Tenn Mi'i O Conner, Tenn
FMOdena, Mill D K HirirhAeld. Ark
A Werren, N J Mian b llirrrhlield, Ark
J II White. Alt WFKcott, Pa
0 Frank. N V T II Stutrt.Mo
II K Hawkinii, Ark HMurdork, Mo
ABruck, NY l A Adami, Tenn
J K Hall, Mo W C lluxbaum. Ohio
JEMcKlroy.VY W Walcott. Ark
F I Swaiey. NY J M Warren, N Y
J W Hoarn. La K V Sawver, Mil
Mill ilawley, tl Y Til llinhct, N X
J M Wallnce, Mill W tv-hrotr A w, (,
K Urenno, Obio U M-I) Hampton, Mill
Mini Hampton, Mial 8 K Kundle, Mill
A L VV Kuinblr, Mill M Burke, Tenn
.I it Mann, Tenn B G bhieldi, Tonn
II (I June A". Ala J Caldwell. Ua
B ! Jaokiun Aw, JN U J rail, H U
8 W JohuMin. 8 0
R II Tavlnr. Mi
K .lohnion. Mill
J Vairer, Mo
II H Matluck. Ky
K liarknrat, N Y
M Catnn on. Mill
C O Cfiwati, Tenn
M D llowoil, Mo
W M Jobnion, N Y
M Helm. Mini
W II Hynn, Ky
O F Jenkim, III
I H Steinor, Tenn
J II Kent, Tonn
J U Metcalfe, Tenn.
W. H. TilNOHAM Makaork
European plan. Enlarged and relurniihed.
Piioei aoonrdina to lite and loca
tion of rooini.
0 Hlti, Mini R F Ilondrickon,Mi.i
J II Leaiie.Tenn T l buSf, Mn
T8 houeer, .Mini W A Sbelby, Mill
HC Myers, Mita Kd Ramsey, Mo .
D A Sunn, Mii A ina O Conway, Tonn
F A Dnrl.ank. N W B Brozjllon, Tex
Mm M Uio7.nlton,TonnR A Jonei, Mini
(I Turnor, Tenn JTKainn,Miff
Min Julia Jonei, MinT N Hkelton, Ala
P J O Lnuihl'n. Aik J J taiey, Min
T G Smohi. Mm
8 D Chana. Mm
C B Clirk, Alisa
J KSobell, Ala
A K Llperate, Tex
M Hhu lirlaT, Mini
A Karr, Tenn
W Murray, Tenn
K L Hinlth, rk
ll Meyen, I'a
J Kahn, Tex
A U huddoth, Mill
Mn Murdook. La
J Friebii, Pa
O O Jonei Aw, Mill
J Sullivan, Mid
J Chaduich Aw, Mini
Dal'i Earopena Iloteil,
Coraer of Adami and MainitreeU. Roomi,
5o, 75o and Jl per day : American Plan,
ti par day.
Firt-flni Raitaurant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFl Y (lu yeara with Paabody Hotel)
Mn S R Tlawklni, Mo Jacob Miller. Tenn
F J Oaldwell, Tenn F Murphy, Tenn
J II Bnyder, Tenn J L Oram, Tenn
J bt.ff.ird, 'lenn Mra L Daniel, Tana
W ' Chamber n, Mill t Drown, 'lenn
A EHunter, Tenn
D KDadU'ser, Ky
N l Urren.Tonn
J CInnii, Tenn
J N Thouipaon, La
F llemred, Tenn
J W l'arr.Tenn
A L Cummlnn, Mill
A Ur-inrird, Uhio
F J Caldwell, Tenn
T L Bincxain, Tenn
J M Moboli, T-an
t) A I'ouitlsi, Mlrl
M J Mot oy, Tenn
W B Hafferd Aw, Tena
J F Mintor, Mill B H Htewrt, Tena
J H 8naliwood, Tena J H Booth. Mill
L Roberts, Ark A L Janei, Tenn
W C Cooper, Ala P J Marian, Ark.
Sea ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and Laundry on fifth page.
Kalsohikino telephone 609, A. Mc
Neil. Dr. C. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
Skb the change of lime-table for the
Sunday excursions to Lakeyiew.
Ladies can have spring1 sewing done
satisfactorily and reasonably at 260
Paint your carriage for 75 cents
with Neal s Carriage Paint. For sa'e
by A. Renkert. .
Sknd a postal to the Mampbis Collar
and Cuff Laundry, 51 Main street, to
call for your laundry.
Pr. W. W. Taylor, residence Pea
body Hotel; olllce, 338 Main. Btrect,
corner Union. Telephone connection.
Trb Herbal Chill Cure, tde tHwt
tonisand anti-period I o known. A eartain
ana lure our for chilli. Price (1 per bot
tle. 8eni iteuin for eirealara. Any ret
ranre gilen. Addraii John 0. Hooker,
Ssfto to. Memphis Floral Company
for list and price-current of plants.
Have largest stock in town. Come out
and sen for yourself. South gate Elm
Miss Moi.mk UrroN has remeved
hr dressmaking business to No- 7 St.
Martin, second door south of Beale,
where she will be pleased to see her
old customers and many new ones.
Work at the very lowest prices.
On Wednesday, May 26, at noon
harp, te ltoberUon Topp houae and
lots on JValo, Ituderdalo and Jessa
mine struts will be sold on the prem
isee by W. A. Wheatley. Two' lines
street cars run near. Ciin be examined
WBKKLiNO.May 20 N'ght River 7
feet on the gauge and falling. Weather
clear and pleasant.
Fitt.-bubo, May 20. Night RiTert
feet 2 inches on the gange and falling.
Weather clear and mild.
Cincinnati, May SO. Night RiTer
2tftet 7 inches on the gauge and f Ail
ing. Weather clear and warm.
Vicksbubo, May 20. Night De
parted: Arkansas City, St, Louis;
City of Natches, St, Louis, &a.m.
St. Locia, May 20. Night RWer
fallen 5 inches, and now stands 24 fet
bMncbeson tbegsuge. WaalUercxar
and pleasant Arrived: City of Nrw
Orleana, Nw Orleans. Departed: City
of Cairo, Viuaabarg.
New OauuHB, May 3). Nigat
Arrived: Future City and bargee and
City of Baton Rouge, St. Lou s. De
parted: Future City aad barges, St.
Louisville, May 2a Night River
failing, wita 10 feet M inched in the
oanal and 8 feet 8 inebes on the falls.
Boriness quiet. Weather ctoady ard
clearing after a bar ra n. Arrived:
Granite State, Cinciaaati.
Caibo, May 2a Night River S3
text 4 inches on the gauge and falling.
Wratber fair and warm. Arrived:
Bncieye State, Hickman, 2 p.m. ; Port
Kola and barses. St. Louis. 6 p.m. De
parted: Buckeye State, Mound City, 3
ulftr. Jeweler, m Mala, I
locits or-eit froa the eoantry.
Memobla Floral Co. tan the lartreet
eloa of alaate la oa,
The Arm of GOODBAR A
. 1 k. Dt.. U nH H -tin.
Callicott, of Cold water, Miss., nnder the
in the past and hope lor a continuance oi ineir ttvors.
A. B. CHM1DBAE, M. H. OOIBAII, W.B. MTI,
Lalaef Ooodbar A Ca.. Mamehlj. LaU of floodbar k t e.. MempUl. Lateol Warrea. Lor
OBBAR, LOE & GO,
3G7 & 3G9 Main
We are now receiving a large and En lrely Iew it of Eastern and
Spring Trade of 1886, which we offer et iook lietiom Prices,
Vva vriRrla h in mm raire marker..
JAMKS C. llEXl-, PreHldrut.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN-
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
Harassing the High
RIGHTS OF THE WORKER.
For His 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 eountry.
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 bettor 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 so. Ereyy 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.
To Seleot From.
OOOO XT3 VC FAKFTS
For Your Iaapaction.
Keuaember, 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 prices are much lower than yea
can obtain elsewhere. .
The place to buy is where yon
can get the best goods for the loast
money. That place is at the
262 SECOND STREET,
toT Ail alterations to insure a per
fect fit done free of eharge by a first
Our buyer ha3 just arrived from
the East, where he has secured 2000
more Seersuoker Coats and Vests,
wkieh we will continue to sell at 25.
,B.-Owoat rveatoara till
e)ava lilt 11
lid Ice Cream Miiufactarers.
French Chemical Works
58 JeCTeraoa Street.
XfAKTJTACTUBKS SYRUPS OF ALL
1 I vr .tr.iuia h nflra at trie low
rlea of, Seoala aaallao.of ar.ykiad.ot
aor. Qaalitr aad parity foaraateed. Ie
Cream uaoufactarttn will tad all kind! of
Xitratta at 1'rttit Coloring at a Terr low
CO. bas been dissolved, and we bard reorganiaed our interest in the Wholesale Boo
rtion with Mr. W. E. Lore, late of Warren, Lotb 4 Co- St, Louis. Mo- sad Mr. J. U
style of and firm name givea beiow.
and 18 Gayoso Streets,
OFFICE vo. 24 HIGH
If ARTWA1U AND
James It. Uoodbar Wm. V, Clark I Eugene J. Carrlng-toa frank ti. Jonoa
OOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to HKBCHAHTS O SLY the larreat aedbeat ftoek of Booti and Shoal we
have ever bronchi to thii market, and which cannot be tutpaaaed in Qaalitr and
atyloi bran houae in thii or any other city. In additioa to a ooinplate line of Kattera
DiuileBOodt, Inolod n tfaSL.Baal aO 600UHAH CO. BalO(N. we handle
a larire and aeleet stock of Custom-made Goods for Men, Woven, Hlaset and Children. We
carry a number of the beat makes in the eoantry, in evr. variety tad strle, ana amoni
them. the well known lien's Calf Boots and Shoes manufactured, by Oeo. Hooker for oar
Sprine Trade. W e also carry a choice line of Ladies' and Mirses' Custom Kid, tieat and
Calf Goods, manufactured by Kiippendorf, Diltman A Co. We invite the trade to eiamino
our stook before buying elsewhere, and we guarantee tverythinc we ajlljlo ajtvewljIaetloB.
For Jndae of the Criminal Conn.
lil E83RS. ap'leno Pill. Henry J. Lynn,
. John W. Dillard.H
M. NaelT. W. D
Bathe . R. O. Crai A Co . O V. Hambaut.
A. I.- I.nwenitein. J. 8. Menken and others
In responre to your onll upon me to be
come a canaiumo lor me omce or wriminai
Court Judae of Sh Iby oounty, with sinoere
thanks lor your kindness and courtesy, I
hereby announce toy-elf ai a candidate for
the position, subject to the action of the
a. ei. iacai.ii.
Clerk of the 'rlmlil Court. '
WK are authorised to announce R. P.
flAl' KR.s (tnr twantv-one Tears D'D-
nty) as a candidate forClrrk of the Criminal
Court of tihelby county, subject to the Dem
ooratleConrention. WB areantho-ir.ed to announce DABEY
W. COLi 1EH as (candidate lor Clerk
of the Criminal Court o Hhi!ey county,
subject to the Demooratic Convention.
rMi i'iktirf Clarki.
WE are anthnriierl to annousee that
RICH ARU A. ODLUM la a candidate
for County Co-art Clera, subject to the action
of the Pemooratio Contention.
Judge eflha f rebate Cosart.
WE are aathorlted to announce 1. P.
VolINil aaacandidaie for the office
of Judrs of the Probate ojrt, subject to the
action of the County Demooratie Convwation.
WE are aathorlted to announce, JOHN
M. BRADLEY as a candidate lor
Trustee ot Shelby county at the ensuing
August election, sumeot to tne acuon i we
WI are authoriaed to announce. AN
nkkW J. HARRIS as a candidate for
re-election to the office of County Trustee,
subieot to the aotloa oi the Demooratie Con
THE Anneal l ertthnriied to annouoeeMr.
N F. LKMAMbK aa a candioate ter
h nffic nf TrmtM of ShalbT oountr. sub
ject to the action ot the Demoor.tio Codtwb
WE are authoriied to announce OE0B9S
B. PKThRS, Jr., as aoandidate for
the office of Attorney-tieneral, subieot to the
action of the Democratic Convention.
THE Appeal Is authoiiaed to announie 8.
D. W hAKLrSY at a candidate lor Attor-ney-tieneral,
aubjeot to the Democratic Con
vention. For Healaler.
TO the Voters of 6helby County and My
iriends t hereby announce my"lf lor
the second time a oand'daie lor tne omce oi
County Register, subject o toe Democratio
Convention. I am poor and need the o-e.
Keeling that my pa-t icrvice aa a servant of
the pe'.ple has given satisfaction, and that I
can come before the people and ask toeir
suffrages and upport tor County Reiister. I
Im, respcoifulry. JOHN A. POWaL.
WE are authorised to announce, H. F.
(BUNK) IIAKbISON as a candidate
for negioter, subject to tne action oi tne
Demooratic County Convention.
rpHE Appeal Is
auth'nr'aed te announce
3 JOHN V.
McCALLUM as a candidate
for Register, $a- joot to the notion of tba
THE undersigned announces that he Is a
candidate lor Register, and as' the
support ot the voters of Shelby county. It
elected, will endeavor to give satiafntioa in
the discharge ol tie duties ot tne ootoe, aau
places his claims auniect to tne eouoa oi toe
rnn ntm I kmf.ra 1 1 c (!nnventlon
THOS B. CRESSHAW.
Memphis, March 28, 1886.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Kerrv tile, Tenn., ti a
. candidate for RKOIsTER. subject tothe
action of the Deocratic Conveotoon.
T17B are anttjoriaad to annoaooe E.
VV KDMuNuSON as a candidate
County Register iuhject to theaoUon ef the
ml la authoriaed, to Miieenee
. nillll.ll aa a candidate for
the office of Register, sobjeot to the aeiioa of
the Democratic Convenition.
Jndgtafthe Ctrenlt Coaar.
WM. S. PLI PPIB is a candidaae for Cir
cuit Judge of Shelby Country, subject
to the active ol a Democratic Convention.
We are aathorlao4 to annousee L. H. ES
TKS, JR., as a candidate for Judge of the
Circuit Cou't, stJsject to the aeuoa of the
JAMES L. OOODL0E vUl be a candidate,
before the DemoeratiJ Convention, foe
nomination to the office of Judge of the Cir
cuit Court! end. if deleated, will suppose
the saoeessVai nominee.
We are authoriaed to announce that JOBS
JOUNSToN ia a rand date for Jndge of she
Ciieuit 'ourt of Shelby County, subject to
aeeip cf the Deeaocrat'c Convention.
Young & Brother.
a IS Malm St- IferapUfcasTeamn
eUn trona B
4er oar K Uro
STOCK AT COST.
We thank our friends for thrrh eanage
. M. V. CAIXICOTT,
k Co., SU Lool. Late ef ColdwaUr,
Oustom-Made Boots and Shoes for
on as liberal terms as can
M-.YE11, fec'y and 1 reaa.
rvUMNOthg season we will receive Ben
XJ Dart's Uerrlei aeraing and evmins.
Just received a fresh lot of Kennedy fine
Biscuit and Cakes.
Butter Scotch, Beatrice, Albsrt,
Lemon Cream, Jelly Drops, Shrewsbury
Cocwnut Tally, Koval Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. AesorUd Jelly, Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
Corner Second and Beale St.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importers and dealers la fJono, Asismei.
B I lion and Flohlna; Toeklo, BaHldero'
Hantwsre, elawirle Heda a d Aa
anelousro for Hotels and Keaidences,Sa)
Halai aireet, Bmmplila, Tenn. Electric)
supplies always oa hand. .Repairing neatly
SHEA ft M sC A B THY, Prepr'g,
140, 142, 144 Front, Meaiphis
OFI OF THB LARGEST BOILER SHOPS
In tha Roath. and the only complete
RaIIm aarf Rt.lrttB
Iron Works In the city.
naaifhetarera o4 heavy vlate Iron
nemvs oiaie iron)'
week of avsn deaerlDtioa
attanMoa eleaa to Blaatalion work
IMP0RTBB AUD DEALER IN
falans, Anuannltlen, Fishing Tackle
aud Base-Kali Woods.
WHOLES ACE AND RETAIL.
OU4 Main Ntreoa, Memphln, Tenaa,
Manufacturing and Repairing of ttuna a
Importer aad Dealer la
riMhln Tnekle and Sinorta-
naeaoa,apMea. nar Special attention,
given to MANUFACIUfiXNt and BE
41- Nalai Nt-Memphlu. Teniv
Kaai aur Kkim. A ridum of ronthfiil inipnidioa
eaoal-ag Pvemaaare Decay. Ifcrvoae Debilitf. boea.
Hanheod, Ao.. aaving Inn ia vain every kaowai.
iemy.MdiMaverea a etnale means of eelf-caiev
hk-a he e.ll mru VUl'.e, to hia tttem-anm.
A J.U&liVi.oquJharartt..Nw Vara
KRSW.leS, IBONt BITtlKRN. Ki
lieves pain, aids digestioa, and tones nn
the system. Mrs. W. A. Smith, No. 56
S'jelby street, Memnhi,1enn.,sayaherhna
band waa eared, of rlleometitfm attei try ma
many other remedies withcaA aid
HEALTH III WEALTH. Da. I. fl.
Wan1, Naava ao Siuia InaaTuivT.
agnaraaleed speoiae to llystei. Vms
neas, Convulsione, Fits, Kerrou Neural-
tla, BLaadache, Hervc-a Prostration eaueeV
y tho ne ol aleobol or toaaoooi Itake
fulnoa, Uentnl Depieaiion, rje'taotM of tho
Brail, resultiag in inaaaity and lea lag ta
m leery, t decoy aad deaths Premature n
aaa. uarreaaaas, jboee. oi rw so .ivo.r
ae t Involintary Losses ana o
,Vu. MB r. ... , k n.atfaSalVtlAB f'l t
ci the brain.
lfkiiavAvj,ladnlMaaa. Each bol eon-
kaiai on month's treatment. II a box, ot
ia bozos for ft, sent by mail Prepaid, aa
receipt ef price. We nanntce Sil Boxes
to ear aay ease. With each order received
by as far six boxes, aoeoaaeaaied with ao,
wo will aead the aureaaeer our writtea
gnaraoeae te refund the money If the treat
moat does lot afeot leM. Ouarantoea
iaaued only be A. HKS1E-RI. OO.. Droa
giita. Memphta. Tea. .
Biewii laos BITTERS Wa
aaed by Mra. Kate Stephenson, at Pey
ton avenue, Memphis, Tenn., in one ef the
mot stubborn cases of chills she ever knew
and it cured. See gave It to her children
with good resulti ia bowel disorder andiflt