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1a)i-i' ,im vraiv sui acaaa a'j
mUMlMMPri TII UI BOUTS.
Oa ud after May passenger trlnio
ti.ii rnif will run at tallowi:
FAbf MAIL. South
Memphia A 4, p.m :.
LulaL. B 1 P.m 7:21 e.m
UlaiX -C ,10:6 p.m 4:07 a."
I.iai . 1 11 h
1:44 . 11:16 p.m
5: V.") cml (:. p.m
6:14 a. ml 7:M p. at
t:m a.ml 8:110 p.m
CON N KCTION a.
A-Wlth all line, entering Memihli.
-With M. A. N. W . R. R. lor lieleaa.
C for Greenville and Huntington, and all
Arkana point. . . .. .
P-With V. M. and Vu S. P. Rallroadi.
I-With N J. C. R. R. for Aatchea aad
tTt PoinU on tba Branch.
6 With itwntn for Bayou Bare.
B-With reilroade divara-ing for Florida,
Texas ami tlat points.
JAS. M. KDW KDS. V. P.andG. M.
MTBURKK, General Sup't.
A. J.KN APP. 1. P. A.
carport Nfwa and MlaalMtppI al-
ley. Train! mora aj tollowi: No. 8 (lint
line dally) leavei at 10:00 a.m. No. 1 leavei
at 11:4(1 p.m. daily, bt. Loaii Tut Una
leavei daily at 6:30 p.m. Mo. T (ieat Una
daily) arrives at 1:30 p.m. Mall and ox
reit arnvee daily at S:l'a.m. BU Louis
fait line am rat daily at 9:0 a.m.
Loalawllle and Haahwllla Tralni
ova a follows: Fait mall arrival daily at
iilSa.m.t laavoa at 10:10 p.m. t mail learn
dally at 10:10 a.m.i arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brownivllle ecoominoietlom leavei daily'
xeept Sunday, at 6:00 p.m. i arrive! daily,
aeoptSusdar, at 8:. SO a.m. (itandard tima).
ajeaaphle and I.lltle Kork. Tralnl
mora aa follow! (oantral itandard tima):
So. 1 laarei daily at &:! i-.m,i arrival at
:Mp.m. Mo. S laarei at 0:f& a.m.; arrival
St 8:60 a.m. No. 6 (freight) leavei Hopefleld
ally (except Sunday) at :00 a.m.i arrival
at 7:10 p.m.
eaaphla mmd Charlaaioa Tralnl
J i ova aa follow! I Through exprea! laaval
ally at 10:20 p.m. Mail and expreai learci
ally at 10:00 a m. Bomervllle aooommoda
tlon laaval daily, exoept Sunday, at 6:'40
p.m. Through expresi arrival daily at 6:25
a.m. Mail and. express arrival dally at 4:65
S.n. Someryiae accommodation arrival
aily, axoapt Sunday, at 8 :30 a.m.
laalaalppl anal Trnneem-e). Fait
Kail train laaval rlaily at 5:00 p m. t arrival
at 9:26 a.m. Bateivtlle accommodation
ieavea at 4:20'p.m. arrive! at theft a.m.
'reight leavai at 6)00 p.m.) arrival at 7:00
a.m. Freight train Soa. 6 and will no',
carry passengers. Trait! No. 1 and 2 will
not atop at Sua station! or Whitehaven,
Horn Lake, .eabit and Lore.
Unlf Hanl lii!ieMiy, ajprlner-
1(1 and Mxmplilal-Traini leave M. and
T. depot ai fnllewi: No. 4. Kamaa City ex
press, leave! at 10:46 a.m.; No. 3, Kama!
City express, arrival at S:.V) p.m. No. 2,
Kansas City mail, leaves atA:00 p.m.) No. 1,
Kamaa City mail, arrival at 8:46 a.m. No.
1, St. Loaii and Chicaao expre'S, leave! at
(:00 p.m.; No. 1, tit. Leuli and Chiceioai-
Srati, arrival at 8 :45 a.m. In effaot Sunday,
pril 18, 1HB.
Mempbln, RtrmlaKbam and Allan.
tlo Holly Bprinai Route Tralnl mova ax
follow! t No. 1 leavei Meinphii dally at 8:45
p m. I arrival at Holly Perinea at 8:30 p.m. i
No. 1 leavai llly dnrinm daily at 0:00
a.m., arrive! at Mii'hli at II il5 a.m. I No.
ftleavwi Memphinlmly at T:H0 p.m., arrive!
at Holly Bprinvi at 11:50 p.m. i No. 6 leavei
HoMy Bnrinri daily at D3(J a.m.i arrive! at
Meuphlx a M'T5 a.m
Wuinot(i, May 22, 1886, 1 a.m.
Indications: For Tennessee, local
lairs; nearly fta lmary temperature.
For Arltjinsas, fair weather; nearly
For uVuurijipt, Jxntuiana, Arhirmu
nnd Tja$: No dfritled change in Umjitra
turrf'vnriattk windt. For Kentucky and
Trnneinet: Fair weather; no decided
chrtnje in tempnatitrt; variable windt.
Miariia, Tix., May 21, 18M.
Time. Bar. Titer. Wind. W'tlier
7:00 A,m. 29.8(11' 05.0 N.W. Foggy
11:00 .m. 21) 95:1 77.0 N.W. Olear
8:00 p.m. 20.028 81.0 W. Fair
7:00 p.m. 29 003 81.0 N.W. Olear
10:00 p.m. 72.0 S.E. Cltar
Maximam temperature, 82.0.
Minimum temperature, 02.0.
Id the Oallaa Rt-loa.
8iaNAL 8bvk , U. 8. Abut,
May 21, 18S6-5 p.m.
Division of taleKrams and repDtts for
the benefit of commerce and agricul
ture. Cotton reufm bulletin for the
twenty-four hour ending May 21st, 5
HKMrHll DIB- R g ft g 5
Memphia... ..... 83 02 .00
Haahvill 84 57 .00
Grand JuMtion... 82, 67 .02
Corinth ............. 62 8 .00
Tuacambia 82 til
Decatur 85 60 .10
ticottsboro.... 83 60 .00
Batesville 83 68 .00
Grenada 80 67 .02
Arlington 81 64 .00
Hrownsvllie..... 82 00 .00
Milan 84 67 .00
Tarie 82 45 .00
Covin gton.. ......... 84 60 .00
Dyersburg 84 68 .(5
Bolivar 81 69 ,f0
Holly Springs.-.. . 8:1 68 .00
Oaford 83 00 .10
Hernando 84 64 .08
Bama....... 1514 1(90 .37
Means 83 67 .02
ill ill L
Wilmington 84 01 .16
Charleston Ai 62 .00
Augusta S4 63 .13
fcavannah ' 8 63 .02
Atlanta. 82 01 .00
Montgomery 80 01 .30
Mobile 81 60 .30
Hew Orleans. ,63 59 .05
Galveston n 90 01 .00
Vicksbnrg 81 61 .19
Little Rock ......... 8 57 .07
Memphis 83 67 .02
Sums 991 729 1.24
Mean 83 61 .10
Basvhall again to-day.
Counfy Court Mot day.
No Chancery sales to-duy.
A he sir last night was full of elec
tricity. Ilandgome reward for the Water
Harprr't Magazine for June at
Licf'Dno to marry was issued yes
terday to J. W. Little and Lucy A.
Madison street ex 'ended makes a
pretty crive since it has been graded
Reports of caving along the bank
of the river below the foot of Ilea e
street are daily made.
Tholo of the Frame propoty
by tlie Chan ery Court lias boen post
poned tint next atarday.
Col, Harry Hi I'says tho engines
employed by company w 11 be here on
the 27th to begin operations.
Three Lu-drcd dollars more ia
n.eded to complete improvement in
the Confederate lot at Klmwoorl.
i? liL'i t'j tf liiu-c v.i.t liave
been hoping for the river t9 force its
way through Hatchie Lake are blight
ed. There was tnother big crowd last
night at the Central Baptist church,
wnen me Japanese weuaingcereiuouj
A tri-Sute race meeting, to be
participated in by the wheelmen ol
lennessoe, Arkansas arm rveuiuuav,
it among the probabilities.
Mr. N. M. Jones, having purchased
the majority of stock held by Col.
Knoch Knaley, has lie ome president
of tho Memphis gaslight Company.
The movement in favor of closing
all wholesale bonnes at 3 o'clock
every Satordayevening promiot, to be
as cucctBKful as could have been de
sired. There will be an auction sale of
the private boxes for the two perform
ances of the .Mikado at the l'eabody
Hotel this morning at 12 o'clock sh rp.
Barney H nglies will act as auctioneer.
Contribution boxes will be found
at the north and south gntes of Klm
wood Cemetery to-day and to-morrow
for the purpose of receiving contribu
tions to assist in paying for the im
provements on the Confederate lot,
and it is to be Imped that all parties
visiting El ui wood on these two days
will not neglect to contribute some
thing to this find.
On Inquiry at the office of the
Memphis fiaalight Company yester
day, it was sscertainea that Col.
Knoch Ensley has not disposed of all
of his stock, but still retains a consid
erate block of it, and will continue
to act as director. He has disposed of
a considerate portion of his stock,
howeve', and retires from the presi
dency in favor of Col. N. M. Jones.
A negro woman named Anna,
serving out a sentence at tho station
house, swallowed half an ounce of
laudanum yesterday evening, and
wanted to take the remainder of the
c n tents of tho vial, but was prevented
from doing so An emetic and a wet
towel brought her round all right
8he gave no reason except an attack
A number of workingmen who
were seen by A its a l reporters yestet
d.y vehemently deny the published
Mtt'tcment of certain manufacturers
that the nine-hour movement is as
suming alarming proportions. They
declare that it has been insisted upon
onlv in one or two isolated instances,
and insist that they are willing and
anxious to aid capital in building up
and extending the tr. do of the city.
There was a little 2x4 sensation in
the Criminal Court yesterday when a
sentencs of twelve months was pro
nounced agai nst Km ma M cGowan a ne
gro woman tried for stca'ing aqunntity
of household goods from Mrs. Niesso,
224 Hernando street. Without a
word of waining she routed over on
the floor and was not restored to con
sciousness until lr. Graves of the
Board of Health poured a bucket of
ice water down her back.
A dray mule was almost instantly
killed ye'terday evening by Chief
Cleary's little gray Texas pony. The
cart, to which the pony was hitched,
was started up the alley between Main
and Second streets by a boy named
Jack Maloney. He was unable to
control the pony who took the bit in
his teeth and dashed madly away.
Half a block (lis ant one of the shafts
of the cart struck a dray mule stand
ing in the alley in the side, penetrat
ing a foot or more. Mule and pony
rolled in the dust. The latter was
unhurt, the former died almoet in
stantly from the Injury.
The Rev. A. F. Beard, D.D., of
New York, now assistant correspond
ing secretary of the American Mission
ary Assoi ialion.wlll this year give the
annual address to the graduating clss
of the LeMojne Institute on June 1st.
Dr Beard was- last year called from
France, where for years he had boen
in charge of what are known aa the
McCall missions, to take his present
position. The D ctor is well and very
prominently known t the K st, anil
w hile he is in tho city onportuoity
should be given to the people of Mom
phis to hear and moot him. We un
derstand he is to spend Sunday, the
SOth instant, here.
Sole Agent for Horace B. Kelly
Co.'g Key West Cigars.
The trade supplied at New York
prices. A full assortment constantly
on hand at tho following stands con
trolled by iw : Gayoso Hotel stand,
Fcabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. i. bamklsok a co.
Programme for Memorial Services
at Elm wood To-Day.
Col. O. W. Fnaer, president of the
Cnnftdeia'e Historical Association,
will preside over the exercises at the
eland at 3:30 o'clock. Ail members of
the M'Eiirt Socio'y who have rx
prfsted their willinn(si to s ng at the
doroMtlon ieniots are requested to
awemble at the musio stand aad
bring with them Goepel Bongs com
bined. A cordial invitation la ex
tended to all singeig to take patt. The
fullowirg sorts from Gospel 8orag
combined will be snug in connection
with the programme as announced:
Hong 422, "Nearer My God t Thee;"
prayer by th Rv. G'O-go Patterson;
rong 79, "What Shall the Harvest
B--?" oration by Dr. J. M. West; song
317, "Heavenly Father We Beseech
Thee ;" song 199, "Shall We Meot Be
yond the River?" dexology, "Piai
God From Whom A'l Bleoeings Flow;"
hened'ct'oo by the Rev. W. K. Bogas.
Th mu i will be under the direction
of 1'rof. Winkler.
Uo to Br ale Nlrl Market for
MaHord, Jeweler, 294 Main, 80-
loclts orders from the country.
arlaa; Lamb, Veal, Beef aad Park
at Beala.Nir.ft lriei.
Wm. Lunn.whrsa experience in the
plumbing audgat-rjrting btiBioemdatia
hack n any years in ihii city, will
hire-ifter be found in the capiicily M
Krjeral superintendent with J.'.W. X.
Browne. With this combineton we
hope to nerve the airnsof Browne,
the Fitimher, with tareful snpervieloa
ef work rnd at price s low as will be
cons s ent with the quality of work
for tb4aelrrt rmklnutil!
Beale fttri Market.
Dramneml's Xataral Leaf.
T'c only genuine "Na ural Leaf
tobarro in the mark t - "tin li lm
one on aeh end of the p'ng ;" a mud,
eiegant cuew. ion l De fliwived into
blivitnr imitations. Tnli nnnn i.m ika
original "Drummonfl's Natural
All Mlndaorrrewk Mtaia at Meale)
8a I Railedara a Laian,.i ffw
yaur riambtaa aUid Oaa-rilUBa;.
DRY GOODS BCLLE11N.
GREAT MAY CLEARING
Call lo-Day for Bai gains.
12 Imported Novelties in Parasols,
new shape., reduced from 25
12 Imnoited Novelties in Parasols,
reduced from 18 to 9.
60 Cream Beige and Fan Parasol,
Tambour and E-.curial Lace
covers, $7 75.
100 Novelty Mikado Parasols, re
duced from $10 to 15.
100 Pongee Mikado Paraso's, S4.
100 Cream tatin Mikado Parasols,
100 Alameda Parasols, plain,
changeable and Pekin stripes,
fine Alpine sticks, $5.
50 Cieam Satin Parasols, lined,
laco trimmed. $3 75.
103 24-inch Silk Be ge Parasols,
fine handles, il 75.
100 22-inch Silk Sergo Parasols,
fine handles, II 50 each.
100 26-inch Sun Umbrellas, best
XX, serge, paragon frame, (3 50
250 Misses' Silk Parasols, lace
Pptclal Sale of Black Fans.
We had devoted last Wednesday
to this Great Bargain Sale, but,
owing to the inclement
weather, many of our pa
trons could not attend.
We for This Dav Only
quote prices below
On Black Fans,
which aro not
likely to be
Black Satin Fans f 40 I 25
Black Satin Fans 60 30
Black Satin Fans...- 1 00 60
Black Satin Fans 1 25 75
l!l-tk Satin Fans..... 1 75 1 00
Also, Painted Fans at same prices.
Our Finest Black Fans at equal re
ductions. ITEMS FOR GENTLEMEN'.
Our stock of Furnishing Goods
is by far the largest in tho city.
Prices the lowest. Call and exam
Imported English Full Regular
Balbriggan Shirt and Drawers.
Imported French Lisle Thread
Shirts and Drawers.
Imported French Balbriggan Shirts
Bretlcs English St iped Balbriggan
Shirts and Drawers.
A full line of Domestic Balbriggan
from 60c to il.
One lot of Full Regu'ar Tan-Colored
Balbriggan Suits a, f 2 50.
Complete line of Gauze Goods
from 35c to SI.
The Best Bargain Ever Offered
A small lot of Silk Shirts for gen
tlemen at S2 50 each.
Suspenders, 25c, 60c, 75c and $1
Scarfs, Neckties and English
Bows in Silk, Lawn and P. K. at
Unlaundried Shirts of the best
quality and make at the very low
B.LOWEKSTEIX eft IlltOS.
Sf ouoarram liang-lea, MullortL
Saa ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and Laundry on fifth page.
Kalsomininq telephone 009, A. Mc
Neil. Dr. C. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
Ski the change of lime-table for the
Sunday excursions to Lakeview.
Laoiis can have spring sewing done
satisfactorily and reasonably at 21.0
Paint yorir carriage for 75 cent
with Neal s Carriago Paint. For sa'e
by A. Rcnkert,
Sknd a postal to the Memphis Collar
and Cuff Laundry, 61 Main street, to
call for your laundry.
Dr. W. W. Tavlob, residence Pea
body Hotel; otlico, 338 Main street,
corner Union. Telephone connection.
Tub Lunch Committee of the Wom
an's Exchange meet this morning at
10 o'clock at the Exchinge. A full,
prompt attendance is rtqucsted by
Thb Herbal Chill Cure, the bent
tonic and antl-parlodis known. curtain
ana lore sure tor chilli. Price tl per bot
tle. Sand atnmri for oircnlari. Any r.f-
trenre alien. Addreai John 0. Ruexer,
On Wednesday, May 26, at noon
harp, the Robertson Topp house and
lota on Beale, Iuderdalt and Jessa
mine streets will be sold on the prem
ises by W. A. Wheatley. Two lines
street cars run near. Can be examined
Fine Watch repairing- at Mai ford's.
Ut Katladf e Latromarsliia.ta da
In order to introduce the Alabama
Splint Coal In this market, it will be
delivered at 30c per barrel in city lim
its. It has no superior.
P. M. PATTERSON A CO.
Dy eing and Cleautiia;.
Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Lonis Reigel,58 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods ranaiwad by express.
OrderuMullord Made MedaW'
The river at this paint marks 30
fett 3 tenths by the gane or 31 feet 4
tenths abovo low wa er mark, a rise of
2 tenths in twenty-lour hours.
Niw OaLBAxa, May 21. Night
Departed: City of Baton Rouge, St.
Cincinnati, May 21. Night River
20 f-e; nthe eauge aud falling.
Wea'r.oirTlear and wa'm
LooiaviLLB, May 21. Night River
falling, with 9 feet 10 inches in the
canal and 7 feet 8 Inches on the fall'.
Biuanees good. Weather char arid
Cairo, May 21. Night River 38
font 9 inches on thegangeand falling.
Weather dear end warm.. Arrived:
B ex and t-w, New Orleans, 4 p.m.
Departed: Annie P. Silver, New Or
leans, 2 p.m.; B.ua and tow, Ohio
river, 4 p.m.
APPEAL SATURDAY, MAY 22. 1886.
MENKES ASD C9MPASY.
This will be a big day in our Cloth
ing Departmtnt. WeofLr
T (TEN I tPLEXDID BARGAINS,
Ea:h one worthy of note.
At S3 50 Mns Bine Flannel Suits.
At 1 50 Men's Mackinaw Straw
Hats, worth 12 50.
At $9 75 one lot of Gents' Cheviot
Suits, wnrth 1 13.
At $16 choice of five styles Gents'
Scotch Tailor-made Suits, worth
At 14 85 assorted let of Boys' extra
fine Ali-wrol Suits, knee pants,
At 25s and 50s ea?h, 10C0 Boys'
and Youths' Straw Hat?.
At$l 10 Boys' Bine All-wool Pants.
SPECIAL BALE TO DAY OF
Genta' SLo5S, Underwear and
B y' Underwear, Shirts and
G siits' and Youths' Summer
DUNLAP'S $5 HAT3
Will be soldi to-day for 13 50.
Uraad Rammer Sale of Ladles'
STRAW IIATd ASD BONNETS.
23c, 50c, 75c and f 1, each a gem,
and worth double. We open to
day choice novelties in
PARIS FANS AND PAR&.SOLS.
Lidiep, make ycur select. ors now
while you can get a complete ort
ment from which to select.
Come To Djy ! No Better Time !
NEW JERSEY JACKETS.
TEN ELEGANT NOVELTIE3
in Ladies', Misses' aad Children's
Jerseys, al at very low prices. For
50 Persian Embroidered Paris Jer
sey" at 13 50 each ; i epular price
J5 50. Larlits, you will appre
ciate thia magoiScent bargain,
t5 50 for $3 50.
MENKEN A SO COMPANY.
W. H. BINOnAM MiSAOia.
European plan. Knlarred and refurniihed.
Pricea accord inr to lite and loca
tion of roomi.
P II MuUeeffry.Mi'R Mn B Rcdrick, Mill
N Carpenter Aw. Ill Dr Kreamer, III
J W Leonard, Ark Mri Coapnaxe Ac, Mm
P Caiaidy, Mim II A Moorr, Mill
J Blackinon, M'li T Mull, Mim . .
Mri M Parker, Mill Mri K iriohard, Mm
.Mri M Jonei, Mill J U Ramsey Aw, Tenn
W H Tuck-r, Tenn W P Juhns'on, Miaa
Mirl Johniton,Mi!l Mn J 8 Bryant, Mill
Mrs T Hunt Ac, Mo L K Hill, tenn
Mri ADcokeyJe.nMri J W Briglet, Tenn
b 1) Fortune, lean waiter uarrtia. misi
J Bradley. Tenn
W 1) Cannon, Tenn
J A Pain, Mill
Jno Henry, Mill
J W Little, Ky
M Lope, La
H j Patterson, Tenn
J i St-rn, Ark
M Mnoney Aw, Ohio
W H Carter, MiM
J J Nicholion, Mill
Chaa Lewii, Axk
J X Head. Ky
J H t.e.ilie, Kai
T V Turner, '1 ana
Henry Kline, Ark
H Iia-c. La
1 Miller, Ark
J u Ilarley, Kimo
It P Jonei, Colorado.
Tha Mew ayeo.
FARRTJNUTON, BTEWART A WHITE,
Rate!, t2 60 to M per dy, according to loca
tion of roomi.
D L Heath, Mill W H Kerr, Mo,,,
8 A Murry, 111 P M Hardinf, Mini
0 A Wo lley. Mo L F Armstrong, 111
M A Wllion Aw, Ind T H Kina, Ohio
LDMayhew, Mo Mri U U Theobold, Me
Min N Corriran, MiliUrO M 111 nton, Miu
JTMaudi, N i MHipe, NO
W R Wandleii, BY J tie-rell, Tenn
J B Greer, Ala W W Dudley. Ill
R J Thurmond, Mill Ben Ayeri, Tenn
K E Vaumeter, Min T L Kice. Mill
N W Littlejohn, Mill J M A K Jonei, Ark
L0Knot.rk U U Dick, Oa
K J Ilarrii, Niii Uen D Kama, Mm
K D ltabney, Misi W D HledBe, Miti
W T Koixell, USA A B Diok, III
A Sonenthal Aw, Ind W A Harry. Tenn
II T Uarrii. Me ' W Bum, Man
N ilarrii, Ky J L Friedman. Ky
T C Leake jr, Va C f Kerr-, Maei
W W Wood, Ky D Miller, Ark
Dr E K Leake, Tenn K J Walleo, La
S BCampbel', Ark L T Sherpird. Ark
T Harding. Ark K L Evat.a, Teun
CT D"uUi, Tenn R II Huxhoi, Tenn
L B Fiher,Mi! B B Moore, Miu ,
L 0 Colliai, Mm C (1 Connor Aw, N Y
A B Wilcox, NY Misi Mary Connor, N'T
C. B. 0 ALLOW AY A CO PaoratiToa.
Rate! ti 50 and S3 per day, acm:r ing to
ita and looation of room Special
0 W Wood, Mo U W Curtis, Mo
L II Lanier, Tenn W Roumanian, Ky
W llrisga, Ka.land JWa'ker.NY ,
R W Daniel! Aw C K llamner, Md
K M Hoor. Kr
8 Perkins. Tenn
T F Mitchell, III
CF Hall Af Ala
R W Ha':ck, Mill
B H Tbor, Ala
D W White. Mo
T8 Basoh, Md
K lleri, Ct
Mn 8 C vioure, Ky
Mira M Urren. Ky
N K Cherry, Miss
J II ntinxtnn, OdIo
H K Hulls, Ark
U M Utrvey, Tenn
J C Crcmhton, Ala
f Finch. Tenn
W Campbell. Ala
W O Kelly, 1
J H Kent, Tenn
II C r ay, Mo
L White. Ky
J B Johnston, Misi
B J Singleton, Ala
K M Jenninjri, Miia
W J Mills, Col
11 HUnlou, la
J K Kemp, Misi
H W Bradley, Ky
F Stuart, Ky
J Ors II, Tenn
W 11 Pullen.Tean
ft Powell, Mise
8 P Kvnns, Ky
W C -rfy. Mo
d Wimd, Jse, Mo
8 Coleman, Xenn
Mira L Koxeri, Ala
M A Andrews, Ky
W li Link. Ohio
W H Dodd. Pa
T W (letiuan. (J a
D C krady, Ky
J II Iliicoe, Mist
Misi Moore, Ky
11 Isaac, La
W B llaskins, Ark
Mill M Thurman, Ky
8 N Lee, Tenn
W Moore, Tenn
J Harvey, Tenn
J Jacas-in, Ala
A M McMillan, Tenn
K II WitheriprHn,Misi
W W Taylor Aw, Tenn
W E Uibson. Misi
E M Hadcliue. Ala
J r-imma Aw, Miss
B C Jnction, Miu
J li Bland, al
Misi fonierl Am, N Y
II B Riddle, Tenn
P Halloran, Ky
H Do. Tenn
8 U Phillips, Tenn
A Wainbum. Tena
J Turner, Mils
J B Da ton, Misi
A Ba;loy. Ky
A MUirtin, Mo
J Boiitiy. S C
A 11 .riiix, Tenn
Dutly Karspma tel.
Corner of Adam! and Mfn streets. Roomi,
StK, Tic and fl ear day: American Plan,
ti par day.
Firt-c!as Restaurant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 yeari with Peabody Hotel)
E M Jonei, Tenn
8 H lirerford. Mo
L A Butler. Tena
B M A yen, Ark
8 t Henry. Tena
T Porter, Misi
H W Parker, Tana
i D l indiay. Mo
P M Mo rii, Tenn
8 R Siewait, Tenn
J F Lnvejny, Alk
A J McDadr, Misi
n W travel, Tena
E A Uardner, Ark
F M Tucker. Ark
L A Marbqry, Tena
M W Ball, Ark
E Lieleeman, Oa
A Buroside, Ky
(1 C Venab e, Tann
C North, Ark
J ft ttroul s, (la
T Z Beerder, Ark
S 8 Marks. Tenn
Mr. J H Ronlh. Mia.
J C Urant, 111
A J I, ml. Tenn W J MnD.de. Mia.
K C R'deman, Ohio N 0 Coleman. Ohio
A N Wilion. Tenn B M Reward, T.nn
from f 6 upwards in the latest styles.
H H.Meyer, No. 227 Second street.
Call at once or send postal for designs.
Solid sUverwarej at Hullo rd'a
. . .
I :aiiirntr of Lftiri water. M ins., nnuer
i. .i & u un4.;M.MA
ua uaw ian. auu uuiw iui a wumiuaum
A. B. ClOODBAat.
Lata of Ooodbar A Co., Mampbii.
PSJ-Tbe firm ot UUOUUAK A JO.
and.Shoa Business, to, connection
GOOBBaML LOVE Si CO,
367 & 369 Main
We are now receiving a large and En'lrely Aw Stok of Eastern and
Spring Trade of 1886, which we offer at Ji&ock Bottom Prices,
he made hv nnv compering market
JAMKS C. HELL, Preftidciit.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nob. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.,
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
Harass ing the High
RIGHTS OF THE WORKER.
For Ills Bard-Earned Dollar.
If mankind will boycott foolish
extravagance mankind will be better
off. The money foolishly spent every
year would take care of all the widows
and'Orphans in the country.
The money you spend at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 262 Second street,
is not foolishly spent. We more than
give you full value for your money.
We boycott 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 of
Spring and Summer Goods we are
now Bhowing? If you have not, it
will pay you to do so. Every day
brings us fresh patterns and styles,
Our buyers are constantly looking
out for bargains. We sell low, and
this enables us to sell fast You will
never find any old or shop-worn
goods on our counters.
BOOO INT 13 TAT SUITS
To Beleot From.
OOOO NEW r-A-JNTTS
For Your Impaction.
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 prices 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,
BaT All alterations to insure a per
fect fit done free of charge by a first
class tailor. v
taT Our buyer has just arrived from
the East, where he has secured 2000
more Seersucker Coats and Vests,
which we will continue to sell at $1 25.
R.B. Opeat evealaara till V, Natar
nva (III II.
Aad Ice Cream Manufacturer",
2VX. X. D AIIjIS1 33.
French Chemical Works
5S Jefferson Street.
r ANTTFACTCRE9 SYKTJPS OF ALL
iYL KLAVOHS. which ha offen at the low
Srire of 9 efata a callus, of any kind of
aror. tlnality and parity guaranteed. I
(.'ream manufacturer! will Bod all kind! of
K i trecti and trait Colorim 1 at a very low
Daa Deen oiaaoiveja, ana wa cava raorPu ... i T. 71 I
with. Mr. W.KLfve, lata, of mJ I
. i , . . .
tna srvie oi ana nrm name eiven naiow.
Af ih.it r.vnra ,
W B. JbTK,
Late o Varrea. Lev
Lata ofGoodbar A Co., Memphla.
and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn
OFFICE No. 24 HIGH STREET.
if Aiinvswiti; and
Jarara Goodbar I Wm. L. Clark Eugene j. Carrlng-tOB Frank . Joaei
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to If EBCn ABTTN ONLY the larreit and belt itock of Booti and Shoe! wa
hare ever brooeht to thil market, and which cannot be lurpaeied in quality and
tyleibyany home in this or any other city. In addition to a oomplete line of Eastern
made toodi, inclndini the I'tLaBaatail 600HBAK at CO. BKWtta.ftti we handle
a large and aeleot atock of Cuitom-mado Ooodi for Men, Women, Miaxei and Children. Wa
carry a number of the best make! in the country, in aver, variety and itjle, and amonc
themlth. well known iien'i Calf Boot! and Shoe! manufactured by 0o, Hocker for our '
Spring Trade, we alio carry a choice line of Ladiea' and Ml.aei' Cuitom Kid, Qoat and
Calf (iooda, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman A Co. We invite the trade to examina
our itock before baying elsewhere, and wo (aarantea everything wa sell to give satiifaction.
444Mkll)RAK aft 4 l.
Far Judaje of the Criminal Coart.
MESSRS. Banoleon Pill, Henry J. Lynn,
John W. billard, II li. Neely, W. I).
Bethe .R. G. Craig A Co., (i V. Kambaut,
A. L. Lowenstein, J. S. Menken and othen
In response to your call upon me to ba
con e a candidate for the office of Criminal
Court Judge of bh 'Iby county, with aincere
thanks for your kindnen and courtesy, I
hereby announce myrelf ai a candidate for
the position, lubjert to the action of tho
Democratic convention. ,...
Ji, M. LAMBETH.
Clerk of the Criminal Court.
WE are authoriied to announce R. P.
CAPERS (for twenty-one yeara D P
nty) aa a candidate for Clark of the Criminal
Court of Shelby county, lubject to tho Iem
TITE are autho-iied to announce D ABEY
VV W.COLlIEKaa a candidate for Clerk
of the Criminal Court of Shelby county,
lublect to tha Democratic Convention.
County Court Clerk.
WE are authorited to announce that
RICHARD A. 0DLUM la a candidate
for County Court Clerk, inbject to the action
of the Democratic Convention.
Judge of tha frobata Court.
WE are authoriied to announce J. P.
YUUNtl ai a candidate for the office
of Judge of the Probate court, lubjeot to tha
action of the County Democratic Convention.
WE are authoriied to announce JOHN
M. BRADLEY ai a candidate for
Truitee ot Shelby county at the ensuing
August election, lubiect to the action of tha
WE are authoriied to announce AN
DREW J. HARRIS ai a candidate for
re-election to the office of County Trustee,
lubject to the aotion ot the Democratic Con
vention. THE Appeal is authoriied to announce Mr.
N. F. LKMASTKR ai a candidate for
the office of Trustee of Shelby county, lub
jeot to the action of the Democratic Conven
WE are authoriied to announce GEORGE
B. PETfc.RS, Jr., as a candidate for
the office of Attorney-General, subieot to the
action of tho Democratic Convention.
THE Appeal il au'.hotiied to announces.
D. WKAKLKY ai a candidate for Attorney-General,
lubject to the Democratic Con
vention. For Realaler.
rpO the Voters of Shelby Coanty and My
X Friends I hereby announce mys'lf lor
the lecond time a candidate for the office of
County Register, lubject to the Democratic
Convention. I am poor and need the office.
Feeling that my pat tervice ai a servant of
the people has given latisfnetion, and that I
ean come before the people and ask.tnair
luffngei and rupport tor County Rerister. I
am, respeotfully, JOHN A. POWEL.
WE are authoriied to announce' N. 7.
(BUNK) UARltlSON as a candidate
for Register, lubjeot to tha action of the
Democratic County Convention.
THE Appeal II anthor'ted to announce
JOHN F. McCALLfJM al a candidate
for Regiiter, imject to the lotion ol the
THE underlined announce! that ha ii a
candidate lor Register, and aski the
upport ot the voters of Shelby county. Ii
elected, will endeavor to give eatisfnetion in
the discharge of the duties of the office, and
place! his olaims subject to the action of the
County Democratic Convention
THOS. B. CRENSHAW.
Memphis, Mar oh at, ISSo.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Kerrville, Tenn., Ii a
. candidate for KKGI6TKR. lubject to the
action of the Democratic Convention.
WE are authoriied to announce E. A.
EUMONuSON aa a candidate for
Coanty Register, lubject to the action of the
THE Appeal Is authorised to announce
JOHN W. GOULD as a candidate for
the office of Hegi-ter, subject to the action of
the Uemoorauo convention.
Jnda- of the Clrcnlt Conrt.
TTTM. S. IrLIPPIN is a candidate forCir
W ouit Judge of Shelby County, subject
to the action of a Democratic Convention.
We are authorited to announce L. H. ES-TE-,
JR., ai a candidate for Judge of the
Circuit Cou't. lubjeot to the action oi the
JAMKS L. S00DL0E will be a candidate,
before tbe Democratic Convention, tor
nomination to the office of Judge of the Cir
cuit Court: and. if defeated, will support
the suoceiiful nominee.
We are authoriied to announce that JOHN
JOHNSTuN il a rand date for Judge of the
Circuit Court of Shelby County, lubject to
acrinn of the Democrat') Convention.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
SIS Main St., USemphlH, Tenn
Wlahlnar to Rfttrw from Bualaeai
Wa Otter oar Kaitlro
STOCK AT COST.
... ini.Mrf in th. W!inlA&a.a la '
" w wau. r
J. V. 11LLHO I I, .
A Co., St. Looii. Lata of Coldwatar,
Custom-Made Boots and Shoe for
on as liberal terms aa can
JIEYER, fcec'y and Xrean.
DURING tbe seaion we will receive Ben
Hart'i Berriej n-orning and evening.
Just received a fresh lot of Kennedy fine -Bircuit
Butter Scotch, Beatrice, Albart,
Lemon Cream, Jelly Dropi, Shrewsbury..
Cocoaout Taffy, Royal Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. Assorted Jelly, Etc.
J. F. BTJCKHAM & CO.
Corner Second and Beale Stg.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
fmnnrtara and dealer! In one. Am mo
nition and riahlua- Tackle, Balldcra1
Hardware, HMIrlc Bella and An
nunciator for Hotel! and Residence!, 845
Mala atreot, nemphla, Teaua. Electric
luppliat alwayi oa hand.. Repair n neatly
SHEA & MCCARTHY, Propr's,
HO, H2, 144 Front, Memphis.
ONI Of THE LARGEST BOILER SHOPH
in tba South, and tha only complete
S oiler and Sieet-Iror Work! is the city,
anufaetnrers of heavy filale lroo
work mt cvcay deanrlptton. SpaolaV
attention ea an plantation work-
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
fjius, AmmnnitloD, Flatting Tackle
and Base-liali Hoods.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
834 Ham 8trl, nrmpblt, Tenau
Manafaotaring and Repairing of Gum a
Importer and Dealer In
anas, Flatting; Tew Ho and Spuria
men' Mopnllra. ae-Ppeoial attention
given to MANUFACTURING and RE
4ia 9l.tn NtMemphlH.Tenii
EALTH 1" WEA1.TH.-Dl. K. 0.
Tf 1ST Ai.RT Mmu ..I
a guarantoed ipeciiic tor uystena, irim
ness. Oonvuliicti'S, ?its,. Nervous Neural
gia, Headache, Nerve Prostration, caused
by the use of alcohol or tobacco; Wake
fulness, Mental Depression, Sa'tsning of tha
Bratn, resulting in insanity and lea' ing to
misery, decay and dh Premature 'id
Age, Barrenness, LoTf Power in either
fx- Involuntary Losses and Spermator
rhea, eauv J by over-exertion of the brain
elf-abuse or ototindulgenoe. Each box con
tains on montL r treatment. 11 a box, ot
ix boxes for t5, lent k mail prepaid, on
receipt of price. We gnarrntce Six Boxes
to cure any case. With eaoh order received
by uiforiix boxes, accompaniod with -ft,
we will tend the pnrchaaer our written
tuarar we to refund the money if the treat
ment doe 'ot effect a euro. Guarantee
Issued onlybv A Hl.NKKKXA CO., Dri
gilta. MeanvMa. T1--
Tha Orlainal and Only Genuine.
Bale and alwayi Reliable. Beware ot woriii
Km Imitation!. IndispenaaWe to L4.IH KM.
A-m your Draaamt tor MChlfhratrr'a
Enali" "and take no other, or, inclose to
(stampa) to us for particular! m Lima by
r.lnrn mail. a. - ' PAPEat. Chi.
raMMttrr hrmlral (.,
SHIS Mtloa Nqoarr, Phllada.,
TKAUE snpplied by GEO. C. GOODWIN
ak.la.al. Ireela. Ilaalaa. Mm
BBOHHK IROSI BITTER") COM
nl.ul. .pai..lMl malarial no i -OB
from the iystm of the little son of Mri.
Pearce, 4W Poplar itreer, mempuis, xenn:,
when suffering from chilli and fever. Qui
nine failed to benefit him.