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MEMPIIIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1886.
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R1IMABJ13E TABLE.
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MlNa.l-vVll'r'l VAU.fct KWl'TK.
and at'er M-y lWri'HMctiwr framl on
tbi rn.f will run a tidipwii:
FAfl MAIL. J bomb. I North.
Lai. . H.....I h: ii.ni! i :2I a.m
LelanJ.. 10 t p.u,, 4:i-7 ,
Virkabara... -. P....-! l:ti.n. 1:11 .m
ItVrnoB B......
fl.ei,
10)0 KSUK 1
Few Orleans H
1:44 a. in '11 :! p.m
6:Vf a.Di p. in
li:M .tli 1:51 .m
t:tJ H.m :!' p.m
"lloN NKl'1 1()Nb
A-ilh all I'h.m nimring Memphis.
li-With M. IS. W K. t. tor ileiona.
C-.or ilroontille and llnntim(ton, and ,11
Arkn-u tmiiitp.
I Wild V. h M. nd Vj S. 4 P. Hailrna.Is.
I-YYithN., J. iC. h.Ix. tor iNatch,, and
Ja"on. ,-F-F.ir
Points in th. March.
O-With au-f "K-r tor liavnu l-.arn.
fJW'uh r.tiroada iviriring lor Florida,
Tel i" I'll I "! !
JAS. V. r !W tlil'S, V. I'.andU. M.
M. ) i I I ' K r" timers! Sup't.
A. J- k.VM'P. li. P. A.
MlHklllttt J."-. Ti iiii. N -w
rleits mail ! I ' ll ' p m.i f-
rixea it V:l .-n. hatii.-i 'il' !''' ii 'iit'dii
tinu 1' avoa ar i:-H p in l arr i na at S :i a.m.
jTrati'lil fan ft: 1 carry p,.aaeimi'r'i.
Hr port ' Hiul 1lmlw.Hi!! f.
!.- Irani mm-. n i.ill"Wii : No. a Hint
lino daily) jv.vea at l0:lt a.m. No. I leave
at ll:PMi". dii'y. M. Louis f"'t line
Imiiii .Jill, nt W pin. l-x. 7 (last lint
dally) nrriiv hi I .V1 p in. LV nil and es
irnf.li arrivo il.ulv nt 1-1 i.m. iSt . Louis
fast line arr vin ju ly l VM u.iu.
.untax)!! ! BiMlivlllf Trains
fenvo a, follows: Kaat nmil arrU.ifJ d ii!r at
6:la.iu.: l,voi ai it):lu ii.ni. : ,nmil Itiavm
d iily at. 10 in a in.: a rriv. t ( -ml . m.
Iirowtmvil.il ar ..uriaciiua lravui d.iily'
jr-it .'iii'liiy. at .r :hi p.m. : arnvn iliiiy,
joepl Sundaf, at f ' a.m. (tandnl luuei.
Mllia "nil l.lltln HttoU .-Triiinn
move an Follow iatitr:il tiiiid.'iil tuna):
So. 1 l,.Mdil ii'.u.; arrivna nt
t: p. iji. o. .1 laavioi ai K;rvT. u.m. ; arrivra
tH:Mla iu Nn MTraiaMl livi,. Km. n,.,
dailv ' it hundi) ul ti a.m.i uirivva
,17 :111p.m.
Itrmiitiix nnd "lrl'ilon Tralm
anov, aa I'n'lua: TM"ouill riprrnn Iahvkn
daily at it:V p.ia. Iiiil ami xpr.iR ln:ivoii
daily allu:('ta III. ronmri ilia iti-ooiniiiiMlii-tioq
Iravi a dnilv, arept nnili. v, al ft : Hi
p.m. Thrimah f ipTohh ariivan rtjilv HtS-'.'i
,.m. Nail a ml nap rum ariviia diiily al 4:6.'i
S.m. LSotiifvilio biii'iiMiir" iHtion arrivon
aily einept SuiiitH?, at n.m.
Unit Miil-- HniiaaM MIT. Mprlnif
fflill nml afirililal J'rn i n lonif M. mid
T. dopot tul mi: No 4, Kamta City
iraiia, Icavoii t M:t a m.; No. Kunaim
4'hy eii'ifl"!'. ar'ivi'o a' p.in. tl( 2,
KKmaa City iiik'I, 'nil uf iitrl :li p.m. 1 Nil. I,
Kama City rniiili iirr'iim nt K:.i,S a.m. No.
t, HI. Ilulu anil Chi '" .rn. aiiveii ut
li ttlft i. in . ; No I. Hi. Lcuin Hii'l Cltir.-iiMiei-irnfit
nrr:vaM at H:4r 11.10. Inodont Huinluy,
April IH, IK il.
MviIIim. IHrtiilimliMiii anil Allmi.
tlf lliillr Hprmaii Knnif -Trunin muva
fnllowi: No. I Ifi.VHi Mi tnpliU dnilv at :l:4"
ft in. t arrivri at lioily ppriiiKi lt o:..P i. ill. :
j0. x luavafi iiruy
iii.lv at tt:it
a.ro.f orrivoi tt .Vnn;rlili nt
0 lenwa ItWniiiliiH dailv nt 7:
:1S a.m. t No.
:1m ii.ni.. arrivau
al Holly hirm at ll.f!' p.m. j N". 'i imivaii
llnHy Kpriiik't iluily nt i fi a.m., arrival ul
MampUii a' '"
THE W 13 ATI LEU.
W aniNUTii, May IHl, 1 .m.
InilicaU'iiiM: l'tir Ti'iitii'KW.ii, itiiil
ArkaiiHiiH, IVit wt'ittli.T, nrarl.v Htnti'Hi
iry U'liipFtnturo.
ImlliHilloiia. 4 -
For Mirmfii'lii, hmixitma, Arbinixit
and Te.itm: Fair vt'illm; Wwminj Inn
Jirraturf; run'ri'iiV irindi. 'Fur Tniiuwr:
Fair weather, marl; ntntlmury ti mjiira
turf; rariahh wimh, grmraUij northerly,
INrlMirnluKlrnt Hiorl.
MaMfHta, TifNii., May 21, 1WW.
Time.
7:00 a.nu '.'((.sill fir.O
11:00 a.ni. '-"I ! IH -liSO
8:00 p.m. J'.HIJI 7:t.O
7:00 p.m. l'!)u 75.0
10:00 H.m. "ll.Wi'Jt 70 0
Miiximuiu tvUtpiTHluri.!, 7H.0.
Miniiuum tHinHriitimt, 0-1.0.
Ozone, 11 nVloi k a.m., .
RiUufull, .Oil;
Iu lh4'otln llciiloii.
8iunl Skkvku, U. S, Ahmy,
Mny :'4, lSHtl-6 p.m.
Division ol tolcKiaiHU nntl n p ntt lor
tbe beuellt nf cotniuf ri'. And iwicill
tore. Otittoii rxiiiiii bunntin lr tlin
twenty-four honru umluin Mny"'t 1), 6
o'clock p.m.
liar. iThnr.lWiml.jWUer
K It r'in
N.W. t'U'ar'u
N.W. ('loni)y
N W. Clour
N.W. dinar
t , a. T , " K
ktriinip,.. Sgg g.
TIUCT, -i i 3 t i c
Memphis c 7S OA .00
NaliviiiH 7: ill AH
GrBnd Jnnction... oil i;r .(W
Corinth m t(J 0J
Tuscumbia n l liii .0-'
Deratnr. ll.'i 4 .14
HcolMioro K8 HI .70
Itotesvilltj !l 'r .00
Hernando 8ii HI .(it)
(irmimlu S!l ll-' .00
AriiuKton !:l HI .01
Prow-Dsvillo W in .51
Milau '2 01 .in)
Piiris S'J .ri0 .I'd
(oTiu;toii ,.. S') 114 .si
Dyftrabnrn I 7;i .Hi
Bo'uvsr S;) til
Holly Sprints 7 07 .10
Osiord ! Ol! .10
Stirar,...'. r-,..ji''7i r,'i;o 4 44
Means i .vi tl ..;(
: H r : s e t '
j : j c .
AVilmnigton
Cdarlt'iiion
Ant,'n'l4
("avnnnah
Atlanta
HI 'm VI
itl " .00
'i! (H .
iV I 1.7 (i.'
ss ! t l .in
!i tul .ti;
):' t1 1 .04
: ('. .(Hi
Hi .00
!'0 04 .
9j ;
; ol
MorilR.Uiit'f y .
Mobile
Kew Orl'n .
44alveBton
Vii-kubnrx ....
I.itUo K:k . .
Bdemplw!)
PnmB
Mi-auk .......
IP'S
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CITY' NEWS.
Jiopairs aro puni? on m, lb.
old
Dinn: MisHi'Cim.
.ludiritil Con vcntiuii at l.v' ;jiitioil
liuiiiliiiK toil. y.
Tho Mi land a!i' at Magnolia
lakos jdaif Id day.
Court (imir h moro popular
tlihn it- him -vi ' bran brl.n
Kn'sc fr.i a'.Aijiis t.avo horn mi
' iiirun dnr in; tb paot Ihrrc ilayn.
The male ot -mis f .r the Mikttd.t
yctjb'rilay r.i,ra nc v.:uj very larcr.
Memphis Iu.h nii:ii'ir.s (or baHii
1k11, but not a Yi;t (or a public
library.
M'id.ii (itioot l ytbu Memphis ('inn
Club tin thi ir pr'inudi t'w'tay at -l:Sl
o'clock p. w.
J. K. Co dr'y, rcjircntiin; r..,b
ififtoii's Iimo tluecuai, New irleans,
, is in the ity.
Herly all th bnllillrijf now beinr
donn in the i!tyis of a f-u'tantial
rni W.ing cliar.n t, r.
Five million ! -i'J:mvciv u.anu
- fucturod in thci t'l.ii.'.l .-tittrit liuriiijj
ike jia.ii 'welv iii')!.:!in.
-AVoo'l Watoon van wiitcm ed by
the Ciiniiiml Court yc-J. rday to four i
iiionllm in f!:e ('.nintv Jail, Tor pelt v I
i ,i i
l.iu-iitH-.t to many Were i.nned
vetiterday toCliaili Heard and Dora
1atii -If, "John Miepperxm and Chris
linn l linen,
"Yen, 1 i(jTi them all," paid a
Vain olreet merchant ytntcrday.
"What diH's a petition amount to,
anyway?"
Nearly every church in the city
will have had itii whack at the festi
val racket before the atravi berry Hea
noli is over.
The row in tbe Kepuhlii an t amp
in. about Nettled, the nan r ol the ob
jectionable candidate having been
withdrawn by tin- boomer,
The market gardeiirr-, in the eaU
ern ail' tirlm of the city ate i'iayini f ,r
rain, w bich la bad I y w.mt'-d to de
velop the Iriah potato i u p.
The Ki'ouh i.'.ina m:11 have a con
vention Juno H In fend ill !i .rales to a
Stale .liidii ial an 1 I iuln rn.ilniial Con
vention to be held .ii Na-hvillo.
Albeit Schaeil' i. a victim of
drink, tried to commit pun ide in the
Mation-ll"iiH (Sunday nij:ht by tyiti(
"tie of his MicVuaroiind liKthroat. lli
wa.s di.-ti overnd in lime.
II. Malum brin.,' ab "-nt at Confer
ence, .lud'e Craft nccilpied til1 pu pil
at liiw Cenlral Methodist Church en-t-rday,
bin cubjei t bein the waHhing
of I lis ili-M'iplcn' In I by the Savior.
There was a hi); crowd at l!aloijjh
l.'iHt, Sunday. A lare niitnber went
out in busies, roi'kawiivH, furnitiiro
v i mh on 1 in (ml i, all prox idnl w ith
(.'nod tliinj.'H in ba."keiH, and had a
jolly tine! in the lovely litllo valley.
An election 'or deleatcH and
lleir.rcratic Kxecnt.ive Cuiniiiilteomen
xxan hi Id Sutuiilav in the Sixth J)ia
trrt.at Italeinh. 'i. I letebrr Taylor
-m linden committeeman and
Kli h her and Wylie Taylor xvrre elect
ed di legates to to day'a e'lnvrntlosi.
('itizeim of Ilish birth mid ile
to'out will not lorjiet Ihe met tinj; Id hi'
hell In ri it-lil at Jnnih(ail Hall l.o
take the htepa neci scary lo aeimrintr
aulihcripliniiH of money, fund and
clothinn for the Marvin;; peopli; of tho
xvo-a and iioilUweHtern iiiitH of Ire
laud. The convention to H'tid delctralea
to the .ItiilhU! convention, xvhich
mretH lit NaHbxille J lino lull, w ill c.mi
xeiic al, the bxiii.nli'iil builiiin;' al II
o'clock thin morniuif The leinu
cratic Kxcetllive x.'oininittce will inert
at 10 o'clock and oiganiw for the can.
The Hxvilchback, or "obo).":aii,"
w ill not be ready to xtat t to-i ay, as
the cats have not yet arrived from
l'hiladrliihia. It in expected I hat t his
nexv railroad novelty xxill tro into
operation on Thnrailay afternoon at "
o i luck pud will be a 1 i f altraction on
the comini; hot. evenira.
The iueation aa to the riht of
Mchmih. Croup, end Mercer to ail aa
meinbera of the (Jounty I iiarlorly
Court will come up before the Su
preme Court for Dual adjudication on
Thuraday next. The matter baa been
fully iliHcnaaed ever ninco Chairman
SUi'bter'a election, and it H not be
lii'ved by the beat poated niembi'rH of
the bar that there can bo any change
of tbe decidon rendered by Judo
l'ierce.
-One of the attorneys, of the Mem
pbia ('ity railway iiaxorted bin p I'itive
lirlief yeaterday that the Supreme
Court, which would lake up the case,
would decide it in favor of tho Street
Cur Company. Tbe court here decid
ed that the m'mplo fact of occupying it
Hi reel upon which the C uncil bad
liot granted rirlit of way, coiiHtituted
a nuisance. Shou'd the Supreme
Court decide adversely, the whole
(pieatioii will assume itn former nt i
tilde, one favorable to tho old com
pany. The American Ivindortfurten Nor
mal School xx i I hold its Heaaion this
year nl Mount Mitchell Hotel, Itlack
Mountain, North Carolina where
teachcr.4 In the South especially will
Unit it not only plea-ant but very
prolitab'e to meet Mihh Coe in North
Carolina, especially as an arrange
ment has been made to extend the
kindergarten lessons beyond tho Unto
of the assembly nieetiiiv;. Thuaali
can be provided for by special l(aaima.
Teacheis in Memphis and theanr
roundin country will take imttru.
A m'etiiiK will be held at the
Cotton Kxchanjie to-inorroxv afternoon
at ;l o'clock lor ti e purpose of consid
erini! measures necessary to prevteit
tho total loss of the valuable land ly
itiK between Tennes'ee at rent and the
river, from Itcale at reel to tho ice
house ami brewery. Kvorv person
w ho oxx na property within that limit,
whether east or west of Tennessee
atrcet, is vitally concerned in this
movement, which should result, in
immediate work after the water falls
There is not a moment to lose, and all
concerned should act or -mptl)- ami aa
one man.
A Hardeman county man, who nt
present occupies an ISO position n the
iio tollice, xx liich was taen with the
belief that le would be promoted,
still holds that place in apite of the
pressure upon l'osl master 1'Viwlkes,
who is reported loath to dispense
with the services of Mr. J. K Itcnton,
the siiperiidcu tent of mails. Mr.
Kenton is a K.'mhl can, but thorough
Iv understands bis business, having
ot copied bis present position, which
ptya about loOO a ve-r, for a long
tunc. Ilia dismissal, anil tbe promo
tion of the Hardeman county m n,
w hi carries xo'cs in his pocket, it is
said, is demand-d by one of the gen
t etiien who took an active pa t in .v1 r.
l'ow lkes'a nomination and now seeks
ono for himself.
Hold AgcntM lor Horace K. Kelly
(.' s hey neat tlgars.
The trade supplied at Nexv York
prices. A full assortment ronstantly
tm hand at the following stands, con
trolled by us: tiayoso Hotel stand,
l'eabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. i. wixmkibon a co.
Fine Watch r, ,,aii iiii ut MnlforJV,
VHintiioliuIl"
The ale of h U a' tho above iiAinrJ
piece takes place tu dnj;, and 1l.e am
reaH of MewiiH. I'.iil) mid luni.nd's
nndert. Ling is assured. Tba public
are too fully alive to tbe bet.nils of
having tber own h tines iu tbe imuie
d ate subarLa i f this groiiiK t-i'y l'-
permit sucli a ch tneoas wi'l be ottered
tit-iiiv io eauino them.
K.'W. Koystei A Co. taVu this op
portunity n ending to thf f'l.fiij a
bear y Invitation ' ) the eale. Trains
leave fir "M-g:ioli" at 10 o'c'oek a.m.
and 12 o'rlors ivion from the M., K. A
Attuut c U. K. depot, and bidders will
be r uiv.-ytd to end from the ealx froo
of chi rra.
KHttihu:oiit bv Mr. Jacob .tei:i
ktihl. Order"Mnllrtl Mutic R1iIa1-i.'
KoontH I'i--s'0m1
from f'i r.pwardb in the latt at siyb.
II 11. Meyer, No. 7 Sefond elicit.
Cull at once or t-"iid p:-a! f'r dtttitTj,,
I!
ZlM.nKU V CO.
KKM EMBER THE PATEI
WeJnesday.May L'Otb, is the Open
ing Day of our
GRE1T SU0L SALE.
This is is a bona fi le Itargaiu
Sale, and we mean to ptove every
word we say. Tbe entire Shoe
Mack of It. I.owenstclu X llros.
lias to be idtl regardlesH uf roit.
We a'e able toaull them way below
their ou'giual cost without 'ois t'j
ourHelves, and ws mean i ) do ii.
The goods aru all fre ah and drsir
ub'e, and as the size of tume lims
are slightly broken w j l ave con
c'udtd not to codIIib tie gr, a', ra
dtiction to tbcttock which wo hava
pnrchasttj so very low, but have
marked prices of our ohii slork
down to corri hpiiiid, tlida making
till the largest stock of iiooU
and Shocr, etcr ottered l'ir sale
under one roof.
ItKMKMLKR THE DATE
Of our (iroat llargain Sale
CuHlom-Hude Itoots and Shoes,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1880,
zi:Li.jr;it a o.,
300 Main Street.
LO(3AL NOTICES.
Sbk ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and laundry on fifth page.
Kalsominino telephone 601), A. Mc
Neil. Kvkky ono mimt attend the Ilutter
liy Carnival May 31st.
I). C. I). Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 01 Monroe street.
Exiiii s can linve spring sewing done
yalisfnetorily and reasonubly at 2,0
lit ale street.
I'aivt your carriage for 75 cents
with Neal's Carriage 1'aint. For su'e
by A. Kenlu rt.
Mim. FiuiKNtn Fni,t Mooitn's But'
t-rlly Carnival May 31st, ut Uayoso
Hotel, will be a grand allair.
Sknd a postal to tho Memphis Collar
ml Cuff Laundry, 61 Main street, to
call for your lnuudry.
Tua Herbal Chill Cnre, the heat
tonic mil an ti-purioiilo known. A nnrtain
and rur, our. for ohilla l'l u'.Jl ror bot
tlo. Hand ataaii a for oironlnrfl. Any rof
erinro (lion. Addro.l John C. Kuokor,
ljTncbbarit, V.
Tint moat ellicacious sliniulants to
excite the itppo'ite aro ANliOSTUKA
lUflEUS, prepared liy Dr. J. 0.15.
Si'gert At Soiih. lleware of counter
feits. Ask your grocer or druggist for
tbe genuine article.
On Wednesday, May 2fi, at noon
pharp, the Kobertaon Topp bouse and
lots on Itcale, bauderdala and Jessa
mine streets will be sold on tho prem
ises by W. A. Wheat ley. Two lines
street cars run near. Can bu examined
afternoons.
A sot lAiun will be given by the
Young Eitdios' iluild of l ! race Church
on Tnesdav, May 2rdb, at the resi
dence of Airs. E.' J. Itecktel, No. 72
Madison street Dancing will begin
at 8:31) o'cb'ck p m. Admission, 60
cents, refreshments included. Croce
Ilros. will furnish tho music.
Jtv rclorcnce to our advert!sing col
umns it will be seen that Mr. (.'has.
Scott of Kosedale, lb.livar rountv,
Misa., oilers for sale it tine lot of wild
lands on and near tbe railroad iu that
county. Hands there are on a boom
since the improvtd levees have af
forded complete prolettion from a
water which exceeded in ninny places
the high water of 1KS2, and parties
wishing timber or lands for agricul
tural purposes, would do xvell to cor
respond with Mr Scott.
We agiin announce to Ladies,
Gentlemen aud Families tho im
portance of liking a lvanlage of the
(JHEATI1 VUH VI.N S VblNif ciUOLS
iuatiguin'ed yesterday, and con
tinued to-day. Thiiito Shots are
new, made of the very bcM le uher,
and finished on the moat, fashion
able rs well aa on the common
senso las'e. We are enabled lose1.!
these f uperlor goods ho much below
value, owire tu the cash rurebass
we lately made ol an Eastern reiniu
facturer w ho became seriously em
barrassed through tbe recent
btrikis.
Every pair of Shoes sold nt this
sale will be guaranteed to w ear well,
fit well, and give perfwet eatit faction
in every respect. It ii the interest
of evitry one to attend this Ex
traordinary Bargain Sle.
MEXKEX AMI COMPANY.
On Wednesday, Mav 20th, at noon
bha'p, the R jbertsrn Topp house and
lots (in llea'e, Limit r.'.t'e iind Jessa
mine streetawill be f o'd on thopieiui
sea bj W. A. Wheatley. Two lines
mrett enra run mar. Can be examined
afternoons.
aHHl-tJ.
Don't lcuve uutil you live bought
your trunk and valise at the New
Memphis Trunk Facto y, ;5;.l Main
HtrOCt. OOOOMAtl A BAnkaTT.
ii. ,i: lnr to inttodiue the Alabama
Spl.i'.t Coal iu this market, it will be
itriivcred nt 3tc per barret iu city lim
it It '.as no sui eii t
r. n. pa 1 1 ;:k.hon & co.
'iv'iepbon, V'V.
On Wednesday, May 20th, at noon
sbnrp, the U brteon Topp house and
loti nn It a e, l.Ruderda'e and Jessamine-
sl'i tds will be sold on tbe pn mi
s.'.' by W. A. Whcstley, Two lines
i-keel cfrs run near. Can be examined
A'ternoons.
Mnirord, Jeweler. STfll Main, 80
loclta ordtfs from Cue cenntry.
IIOTEL AKllIVALS.
Tv x u o.kyhi.
FARRINUION. Kl kWAltT A M UIIE.
PHOPHIKTIIKS.
I'.aUa, $2 'j0 to 14 ir dny, ;cerdirjf to loca
tion of roorua.
I' M llardinc, UU J Itirhardnoo La
J l Duko, Ark 6 M Jui-kaon, ky
K W Moriraithal, J!ol K Slfwrt, NT
oP I. von, Ind A I' (atwin,, InJ
MMH.IWuiibarn,Ky A K 0 ii I . Oliio
T K 1it hell. Ill S P (Jl.nn, Tonn
A Ii Pii-k, HI (i L Uarahart, Ark
U Sr.. J, Ti no V. T Hawy.r, Masa
I M llaniihoa, M:i.-s IV C SUriihalt, Mo
W P I.vu.i.-. I, a K A hin-ie, Md
A I' Mnhir, Mo J F M'lbh y, N Y
II U Lraj-k. jr, N Y II l Martin, N Y
I II t.arkin, Mo
J K llria. Art
-I M K-f J, Min
S liii-nu, Tenn
N M .-eay, N Y
.Vi-a hvy, Mia
N it ll-ian, M"
K N.wbvraxr, Mus
I, Li-vy, Mia
S B' ttn, 1'bnn
A Jniiriit,, lenn
W M ke.uor, fenn
W Vtmartik w.l.nn II kumnnr. MIm
.1 N Prcoiii,. Toun h N M.-Corrv. I'.nn
K tl tor.itt, N Y M f k. .bier, Ky
H kirknmn, Ala N Hill A , Tenn
III! Ni'wnun, Tenn J II u eob, Ky
XV J (i.ii.ab.ir, Tor, u X Ver.-i-r, Miss
T m A.loihoiilt. K H.- oy, Mo
M l,irvH, Tann ti W .MeVer. SC
K M liuti -tl, lir.-.n I' 1) hullin, Oa
I. I. Ariniatrunii, ilo Mi Xrnisti im
XV HMnyili, P ti liulpen. Ark
II It Murniy. Mo Mm i (ilenn, Tenn
tl Uankn, Tnn K A A i nulonil Aw, Ark
It T H.irrtf, Ala V A .Vi.'lnl'ih, Jeiin
1' i-'niilrei?, Tenn ) h toiler, TeriL
J T Karaamin, l'ennC l'! "bi, Al.i-.ii
W K Love, Ten, U K Tbninaa, .Mifa
1" S tiurar I. Mi, II (i irnor, Min
I hi Hri, ,Mi.-1 A M Waat, Mim
II T llnrriK. Van W tl Hi-runa, Tenn
J i: Blnkd, Mi 1! 1' llii-k. Ky
Ii f Allrn, Ai k 0 li 'i uruor, .Mia,.
Pnnboily Hotel.
C. I). (1 ALLOW A If tV 00 Priiphikths.
Kiit" 8 " anil per diiy, ncccr.iing to
ira and location nf room riponial
rUia runJe.
F tl J.'nini, T-nn II H Matlark. Ky
XV II Klyno, Ky .1 I. Ilf roia, Ark
I) Si liwarti., 'lnn li b Uinta, Ark
J K lliiniui.uil, N Y P it 1'l.von. ( bio
.1 XV Dim r, N Y P P W-illiridKo, N V
V'SVhit.'iiilt.V,Tuuri Vlra Wliiteaiiie, 'Jenti
J ti Oriltin, ti v .1 A Ilivhtuwor, (ht
H A Ariiiitii&it, Ail: T 11 c-tuurl. Mo
.liniS xXilke-if, Tix -Inn II Cameron. Mi, i
,1 M hi.. niiK. lit W ) UoKera, M I ?a
li rilionyitn, .N 1 t; lnt a. NY.
Li.lii. S C
r. a jonoa jr. 9 ij
.1 li .Mroin:, N C
W S Monro, Teoa
I) A Knnn, Ky
ti XV ll"l ii, Mia"
.1 P Miori'i.ni. Mo
11 IlolV it'W, 'jenu
'i' I rii'.-iiiari, Mis
Win .Miii'urtl, N G
A AioloMun, V
I) '1 ii'ner. Tonu
S Clirilin",Ti'iiu
H Kuin. Ti'iin
It I! XVabli. 'i'eiin
(i W (Iiirlia, Mo
T Wnlkor, Mi-a
P I rimy, I'i'.tiii
F Soott T ina
Mi Scott, Tonn
H P Hill, Ohio
W L linyil, ky
M H Anilrew.-i, Ky
b II Prince, N V
J ( Ham, N X
T II Hum:, Tenn
K lli.rkrws. N Y
I k stnvenKiiii, Ohio
'I h K iKaii'k. Ala
ft U llow.'.II. lo
f t'.in Tenn
.1 l lleynohla. La
,i iiiiinn, iwy
.iiial U Kirlna, Ark
o -' Auilm'Tioii, Tonn
XX' W 'I'm i,r J;w, Turn
P IX iiiiio, At las
.1 l,l.rk.Va, Mil's
J J liurlie, .XIish
.i it li iintiton A:vr,Alif-'fl
)r h L llrui'k. Misa f Y .I'.i.r.s ,Vf, Tex
XV M 11:11, 111 1 i' ion. Ill
TIP Mcllovern, Ark 1' AI Juvull, Tonu
Wanton's Hotel.
W. II. IitNUHAV, Masaokr.
Kurcpcan plan. Kninrvni .ire.i rnf'iiriiialir-J.
i'lions acoordiinr io ai7.b and Inca
tiou ol r' iimi,
r .J llnuuln.ia, Ark 'J ii llii lanil. Ark
V ll (libsna, Mil-'-; .1 .1 Nii'liolioii, Mi.a
XV 1 kollar, Tonn J W Little, Ky
1! K Mi't'oiinail, Ark 8 r W'Hliinn. Alu
.1 tl W ebb, Dak W I' XX nat, Miaa
Mirs West, Atii P A(.'r).-:iri. Alias
J II driver, Ai k Aim L K Moure. I'uk
Oa"iir W hite, Miaa 11 SVIioniild, Alii-L
T Stinsoii, JtoSB ) K lt;ilt.)U, Ark
XV K ltairil, Ark I' H Ani'ol, Mo
tl. o Anilnraon, Atn 1 r:mU finno-oll, Mo
H Alorriwellier, Ark li l Williauia, Ark
it O XV'iltiiiina, Ark IV ,1 livo.rinoyor, Misj
J Illoiint, Alias T I. Itunnclf, .Viis.
W I MeiX illiania.MiHe J I ltiillnr, Ati.a
8 K Kchola.Tonn Abe .Mmka. Ali:-s
f Fiaher, hy N T ilor.u.'li. At i
15 M 8leiilnti."nn,Tenn A i Hrey, Miaa
r, I' Koucll, Ky W I. tnjlor, Toati
K Tarty, Tenn .1 T I!. oil, Ark
Mr, L A Prown. Ark H V C 'llina, Tenn
P A 8iinpi n, S 0 .1 W t-pil!cr, Aliae
H K Coppoilno, Tonn '1 in .- .XT ail, Miah
MMer niekliur,Teuii W V, Smith, Ark
J C Prole, Tenn T ,1 I'linpin, Ton:)
1) A Morrell, Tenn J A U. i i, Mi-.-,
B.I Beouo. Tonr. .1 A Kr'ior, Mo
(I W Hamilton, N Y .1 II l'h;0'lniu, Ark
J J Field, Ark Ii o Miclu-s, Ark
U A llalink, Ark N (' Knv, Tenn
J II Monro, Tenn W l-airos, Tenn
Unllj'a I'nroiii;i JIoiol,
Corner of Adams and M:iin Rtreotit. Koninn,
olic, TdoundSl perihty: Ainurii:uu Plan,
ii por day.
Firat-nlaas Pnatnuriint in the Hotel.
J. AI. HUFFY, (la yen" with l'eabody Hotel)
Proprietor.
.1 II llei klcr. Ter n P II Cm k, Ark
A I i S i ti 1 1 ti , Ark 8 lirvin, Alu
C Kelly, Ark It A Webber, Tenn
.1 M Hunter, AIo A Cnodrick, Ark
XV 8 .hi.'km.n, Tenn 1 L C'liiiiiibiiiliu.Tenn
S C Sini'b, Tonn . J M Nnrlholl, Tex
Alias N Kunc, Ark J T Huaka, Tnnn
k Foster, irk S nstmvuri, Tenu
F I ("iildwell, Tonn 8 l'ovinir, Tenn
,J F t'ni'ko, ky J IV'iitHcr, Tenn
C I! innlmui, Tenn N 0 Ureen, Tenn
V T Walker, Ark 8 It Henry, Tonn
J W Oritliih, Ala P At Alorria, Toun
,1 L Allen, Miaa P II Cock, Ark
K I) Jones Tenn .1 Dnnloe. A rk
11 W Parker, Tonn J II Perkins, Tenn
M T Merchant, Tsnn Mra J lIPi rkinaAa.Tcn
J J battier, Tenn J liruuhntor, Ark
J K llrothcrton, Mini C Knoll.Vw, Tonn
K L-rov, Tenn Ii llenalov, lenn
8 It Simllon. Tenn W K M"Lonul, Trim
A V Hurhain. Tenn J S Ma.Ve.a, 1nn
J U'thephuril, T n R A VVe bl.er. Xonn
illiigiiUict'iii Mnjrnoliii.
The ?:.!( of lots a': Magnolia xvill af
fo.tl the public , i rare opportunity of
procuring a desi'iible home lot, at com
paratively low cost, and a year hence,
xi hen the neighborhood is beaut died
by it score ov mure of tung, csy cot
tajra and an eipial nuuioer of more
pretentious res'd 'iices, and yon who
do not buy an regretting your failure
to do so, we xv ' 1 1 he allordt'd the op
portunity of saying, '" We told you
so." This is the time to buy. The
sale of these lets, about sixty in num
ber, and c.'Ul:;ining each about one
acre of land, will take plac, as an
nounced elsewhere, Tuesday, the 2"th
instant. Map- tl the locality, to
get her with t'.'l information, can be
obtained at the ctlic-J ol V. Keys
ter A Co., N" ".'UT Second street.
Special hains fir tho ronveyunee of
bidders to (lie sale xvill leave the
Mcnphif. 1'ninswick and Atlantic
railroad i';eiot, a'. 10 o'clock am. and
12 o'clock norm of day of silo.
Ojcing ant! Cleaning.
I.stditiii' nad gents' clothes t leaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
osirich fealhe'a aud hu e curtains by
Louis Keigel,ri8 JoU'erson street, -Memphis,
Tenn. Goods roeeird by exptean.
On Wcdnei-diy, Mav.2tilh, at noon
sharp, Cm Robertson Top i house and
lots on Ueaie, Lauderdale and Jissa
mine Btiets will bo sold on Ihe prctmi
es by W. A. Wheatley. Two lines
streat cars run near. Can be examined
afternoons.
KolldSllYcrwiare Ht JtulforuVg
ADDITIONAL KIVES.
Ni.xv Oui.KiNs, May 24. Night
Arrived: Golden Crown, Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, May 4 -N'icht Kiver
17 ! of M incbrt on the t'Oie anil f ali
bi Weather dear Hhi: pioaoant.
ii Kssrno, May 4. Jxixht De
parted: Tort Fads and barges and
Ansio P. Silver, New Orleans; City of
Baton lttuign, St. Louis.
lajptsvn.i k. May 24. Night Kiver
falling, with s feet 1) inches in the
canal tU'i 0 feet 1 inch on tho falls.
HntinetM fair. Weather t.h a rand pleas
ant. Ht. Lons, May 21 Ni:d River
fallen 4 inchi s. anil now pt.imlb 2H feet
on the gaiik'c. X eather dear and warm.
Arrived: City oi Natchez, New Or
leans; Belle Memphis'. Vicksburg. No
departures nf re;nlsr pickets.
Caiko, May 21. Sight -River oo
feet ;i inches ou thegauge and faliine.
Weather clear and warm. Arrived:
fleury Lourey and hane, New Or
leans, 4 p.m. Departed: City cf New I
Orleaup, 4 p.m.; Henry Lourey aud
barges, ht. Lonis, 5 p.tu. j
fttf-The firm ol GOODBAR & CO. has bwa disaolved, and w have reorganiMxl oor interest in tbe Who.tale ho
and Shoe Bnrinoas, in connection with Mr. W. E. Love, late of Wn-ren, Low A Co., St. Louis, Mo., nd Mr. J. O
Caliicott, cf Coldwaler, Misa., under the style of and firm name given below. W thank oor friends for their patrongo
In tie past and hope for continuance of their favors. A. B. GOODBAIt. .
v o UL H. (jOODUAB.
A. B. OOODRAR, J. U. (lOODBAR, W. E. IOVK, J. C. CAIXM'OTT,
Lateo' Ooodbar 4Co.. Memnill. Lata of lioodbaj k Co., M.mfchia. Lata of Warren, Lor, k Ce., St. Login. Lax, ofUildwater.
eOOBBAR, LOYE'4& CfO
3G7 k 309 3Iaiii
BOSTON
Ws are now reecivin? a lar and Kii'lr! JNw .S.'k of Eaatern and
Spring Trade uf loh'i, which we onVr nt SlocL liotioui l'riei'H,
bn mado bv pr-v ennine'irn' inarki1!.
iklV.H it. Ill l'rilciil.
T
v l virnio
JTos. 2S0 aud 202 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.,
UlIOIXSAIJG-
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
-or-
a
i
What It Will Be Fashionable
To To an j Not To Do.
iS'ptisililo itiul SibT.soTiiible Advice
K-iprcially Adapted to Meni
phis and Vicinity.
Ilaok hosiery w ill bo much worn,
but tlio niau wlio comos homo late at
night with a black cyo will lo re
garded with suspicion. Full particu
lars ut the MisGt Clothing Parlors,
261 Second street.
Matiy of last year's bounets will he
worn, but the owners won't feel hap
py while wearing them, The males
of tho family, however, can save the
cost of several new bonnets by buy
ing their Spring Suits at tho Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 2G2 Second street.
Men who wear wigs need not lift
their hat to tlioso lady acquaintances
they meet in tho street during a
wind-storm. Tho wiud is liable to
carry away their wigs. Wise men
will, however, continue to buy their
clothing at tho Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 2(i2 Second street.
Curl-papers will be much worn in
the morning, but lal.-e hair should
ho carefully hung over the back of a
chair before retiring. Before de
ciding to buy elsewhere soo tho fine
stock at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
2()2Sccind street.
In writing love letters don't call
your best girl a "ducky darling" more
than Pit'.) times. She might remem
ber that a duck waddles and feels in
sulted at the comparison. Compari
son, however, is the true test cf
merit, aud comparison shows that
tho prices at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors are much les ihan prices else
where. Iu fpriug warmy? U will not be
fashionable to have a first -class fiijit
until at least one week alter the wed
ding day. lirides, however, should
insist iiiidii the crocics buyiug the
weddiug suits at the Misfit- Clothing
Parlors, 'J(I2 Second street.
It is fashionable garuicnts at un
fashionable prices that you get at the
Misfit Clothing Parlors. 1 f you want
to got tho most for your money come
to tho
262 SECOND STREET,
Opp. Conrt Square,
MEMPHIS TKXXES.SEt:.
Open oveuinira till 0, Nalnrdnj.
till 11.
Iti" All alterations to insure a per
feet fit done lrec of charge.
N.B. Wc have several hundred
Seersucker Coats and Ve-jU which
will be sold at $1 2".
.tl34'C lo MoIIhtn,
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
ph iuld always be used when children
an- cnttin teeth. It relieves the little
eullerern .it oner; it produces natural,
quiet sl'op hy relieving '.be child
from pi.in, ni.d the lit tic cherub
awakes as "bri.'bt ivs a button." It is
verv pleasant totaste. It soothes the
child, softens the gnms, allays all
iain, relieves xv'nd, regulatea the
boxxols, and in tho best known remedy
for diairluen, wheilior arising from
teething or other causes.. , Twenty
live cents a bolile.
JJontigriim JSiiiicSom: t isl;yj-l.
Mil lo Rntterlirc ft tni,'oiiiaratuo lor
jrcr P.'nOiMiit huhI baa, I'M tltfK,
mm
MISFIT
llilii'i'fliif;-;
whoxjEhaliE
ami 18 Gayoso Streets,
OFFICE iNo. 24 HIGH
amess,
9
0
Jnnitsa IT. WuiMtburl M m. 1 4 Irk tlUKenn J. t'urriua-iou 1 1'rnuk la. Jocei
ISHtntollMlioct lnflO.I
GOODBAB&GO
WHOLESALE
310 Main Street,
w
olTer to Mf'.KI'nAWTS 4J1.Y tb. larireat and bnat stock of Boots and Shoo? no
bavn nvar brnULht to this market, and which cannot be aurimsAed in unalitv r.r-1
Styles by any hnuae in this or any other eity. In adilition to a ooiunlet, lino of E-i-starn
made goods, inoludinir tho I CLI BKa cl (jiltlliitA K (-'!. ltltOi. Kel.axHo
a larg, and a.leot stock of Custnm-mado Uoods for Men, XX oiuen, .Mi:;-ea and Children. t o
carry a nun. bur of tho best uiakes in tho country, iu everv variety and style, and aoiorg
thorn the well known Men's Calf Boots and Shoes nianufai-tured by Uoo. Hoeker f r our
Sprici TraJa. Wo ulso oarry a oboioe line nf Ladies' and Missoa' Cu.atom Kid, (lout ord
Calf tlooda, manufactured by Krippendorl, Ditlmau k Co. We invite th, trade to exandno
our stock belura buyinv elsovrhere, and we guarantee everythiac we sell to aive aaiiat-ieliuii.
tJOOOKAK A .
AJiXOUXCEMFJiTS.
For Jnilito of lre Olmlnnl I'liurt.
l ESSKH. fcapoleon Hill. Henry J. Lynn,
iVL John W. Itillard, II. Al. Neely, W. I).
liothe , K. U. Crnig 4 Co.. (4. V. Kauibaut,
A. L. Lowenstoin, J. S. Menken and others
In rosponae to your enll upon mo to be
cou:e a candidate for the office of Criminal
Court Judpe of Shelby county, with siucere
thanks tor your kindness and c lurteey, I
hereby announco myself as a candidate for
tho p sition, subjeet to the action of the
Democratic convention.
AM. LAMBETH.
rierk of lh f'rlnilnal Court.
WK are authnriied to announce R. S.
CAPI2R ilor twenty-one years 1). fl
uty) as a candidate for Clerk of tho Criminal
Court of Shelby county, subject to tbe Iom
ocr.itio Convention.
WE are nuth.nrir.cd to announce P ABy'KY
W. COL) Iblt as a candidato for Clerk
of tho Criminal Court of Sin lby county,
subject to the Democrfitic Convention.
I'ouuly I'onrt Clerk.
WE aro authorized to announce that
RtOHAlil) A. OULUM la a candidate
for County Court Clerk, mljioet to the action
of the Democratic Convention.
WE are authoriaed to announce P. J.
QliI'41-H.Y as a o.mdidate for Clork of
tho Coutity Court, auijeet tr. the action of
tho r-helby County Democratic Convention.
Jndg-e or Ihe t'robnln Court.
WE are authnriied to announce J. P.
YOlJNU ns a candidate for the office
of JuJiro of tlio ProbHte Court, subject to tho
action of the County Democratic Convention.
For Triislce.
WK are authorirod to annnnnce JOHN
M. URADLKY as a candidate ior
Trustee ot Shelby county at the ensuing
August election, subject to the action of th,
L'omocratio Convention.
WE aro authnriied to announce AN.
DRKW J. HARRISa, a candidate for
re-election to tho office of County Trustee,
subject to the aoiion of the Democratic Con
vention. THE Api cal is autlinriied to announce Mr.
N. F. LKMAhTKR as a candidato for
the office of Truatee of Shelby county, sub
iectto the action of the Deuiocrntio Conven
tion. For Aliornej-lliiieral.
WE are authnriied to announce tlF.OROB
B. PKTKKS, Jr., as aenndidnte for
tho office of Attnrncy-Oeneral, subiect to the
aetion of the Deaioeriitio Convention.
rpnK Ai'priiil is authnriied to announce S.
-L Dr XVV.A Kl.KY aa a candidate lor Attor-ney-tieneral,
aubjnet to the Democratic Con
,o:rnoii. For Koirlsler.
rpt) the Voters of tjlidby County and My
.L Frieiula I hereby sunnunce loyaelf tor
tho second time a candidate tor the otVico of
County Uortate-r, subject to tbe Deniorrutic
Conw ntion. I am pr-or and need tlio olnro.
r'oelit'K ti it uiy pii'l lorvieeasa aorvant nf
tiio penj lo has gi.en aatt."fiietioii, uini tlml l
an conic before the people and a."k tnu-r
suthsii'ia and :up ort ior t'onnty Hcviator, I
nut, rejpoi'itully, JOHJi A. PUVYKL.
""TK are autVorire-l to announco N. F.
VV llil. N'K) IIAHMSON as a candidate
for Rftfiaror, anbjci-t to ihe action of the
Dcu.oct.itie County Convention.
riHK Appeal la nuthoT'ied tj annntin'w
.1. .loll N F. Mi-UALLCM as a eandidnt, f
for Rouiator, su-jeet to ttio action ot the'
Democratic, Cunveiuion. I
T1!K underlined announces that he I? a
candidate lor t:n,n-tcr, and aaks tho
support ul the Vetera of Shelby county. It
elccie.l, v. ill endeavor to ,me pntisf.'ftion in
hft noich .irtfn ul Ihi ilotiea..! 1 b ofr. co. Mill
ii1u.-ah b,a ohiilnl HiibiMi.l lit lh, eclion nf Dim'
Louuty Democratic ( .invention.
THUS. It. CIUNMIAW.
Mcmphif, March at. lia.i.
Q A. O'irOLAP, r.t Karrvil!,, Tenn., I
kJ. candiilntr f..r IU'iHl'f K, subject to the
action of the Deuioi ratiu Cibventton.
1?E nre nnlliorir.oJ to announco E. A.
V Kri.MONtiS'.N a candidate r.-r
County Ki-maiur, sobioot to tho aetion of th,
Diiuu-cratie ConveiiLon.
T,l!i? Ai'Pnal i.i nnthoriied to announce
L JtlUN W. OOI LD aa a candidatn tor
tlio ntVo of Ros si..-r, jubje it to tho action ol
the DoojecraUc Coi.ver,ti.,n.
Jmlire of the Cirrnil I'onrt.
w
:TM. S. FI.I1T1N is a candidate ior Cir
cuit Ju iiro of Sh'-lby County, suldeet
to tho action ol a Deinccratio Cor.ViiDtion.
W'e are an'... tired to :inr.oirce L. II. E?
TKS, JR., in a enndi iate for Ju.b:e of the
Circuit Coart. anbject to the aetiou of Hie
Democfatia Convenmn.
TAMFS L. IDOPLOK will lea candidal,,
si before th, he-i'-crati Ccni'cntiori, for
nomination to tho :.tVi v of Judte of the Cir
cuit C" .et : if de.eiUel, will sappor.
tho ruecoeatul uo:-.iiuee.
Wo are n'tt!iori:.e. to announce thit JOHN
JOHNoToN i -"-md .n.:e for Jadk-e of tba
Circuit Court "! t-h il v C unty, subject to
a-ti n of the Pie-. , ...cf Corvf ntjrn.
Htia'Slkli MIITIIK.CI'KEU
Vrs. W. a Levy, ,118 Main s'rwt,
Vempltii. Tenn , after bein troubled tor
levoial years with chills and fever and be-
inir th'jronslily nhiej-ted.
linlcigh Sj rings Hotel.
NUW UPEN for rec-pt-oB of gncats. Tbe
table will be aupplicl witb ihe bst.
The rooms are moeiy f.rniabcd and ca-e-ru.lv
attended to. Ktea--n.-r month, a.':
! per Kk, ST, kt, H. fit RR'JVV A Ct.
Memphis, Tenu.
STREET.
Caatom-Made Coota and Rhaw f
on as liberal terms as can
I'. MEYF.lt, bvc'y justl Tr H.
Gol!ar
4
Memphis, Tenu.
o
Strawberries.
DURING the season we will receive Ben
Hart's Berrioa u-orning aud evining.
CAKES.
Just received a frosh lot of Kennedy fine
Biscuit and Cakes.
Putter Scotch, Beatrice, Albsrt,
Lemon Cream, .'elly Drop.", threwaoury,
Cocoauut TaSy, lloynl Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. Assorted Jelly, Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
Corner Seeoiul and llele Sts.
,RIIIXN',H IRON HI r I MM OAL'SEO
- the dyspepsia, which troubled Mrs.
John M. 01i.son,8'i Hill street, Memphis,
Tenn., tor nearly throe years, to speedily
disappear. She sincerely tdvisea all af
dieted to try it.
J. G, SCHMIDT & SON,
..- -wi-iL'W',;--'.':--,
?4scg"",; ' .rii :.v. -
Irr.portrs and rloolers In flnn,, Amiim
ullton and FfKlilntf 'Inrkle, Unlldxr,'
Itnritwnre, Haelrtf BlflN ami An
nnmrlmorltor Hotels and lt')si lencc,s,845
Mnln Htrrel, .teuiiiU!.i, Teun Elootri,
supplies always on hand. .Kcta rin ooaUy
done.
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
SHEA & MCCARTHY, I'ropr's,
140,142,144 Front, Hfniphig.
ONB0FTHR LAKaKST UOU'KB SHOrS
in tb, Houth, and tba ord: oci.rl-.t,
Boilr and Shoot-Iron Worit In tbe city.
: ouiii tiv-ira of lia vy niiili" Iroi.'
worit of e,yjr Je'.rtj,U. tlpeclsJ
attfrtirr i lo r'artiticn worV-
IStlSD,
Importer and Dealer in
Unna, Mulling; Turkic anil fiport,.
tiu', Nci,lisi .rSMiial attontioa
given to MAN I'FAC'I b AlKil aud KE
PAIRINU. -
4I'i ?tnln Nyti'inpl;i. Ti iiti
Young & Drothcr.
Uookriellprs nnd Stationers,
'MH Mnia m Ni iuplslsTeuu
VTlHlfalsK; o Rrtlre froni Uaslncn
We Ot.'er Our l iulrti
STOGK AT COST.
35iow.-s iro-xi hit r ins i i kiid
Capt. A. Q. Tremont, 18 Madison
street, Memphis. Tean., when troubled with
biliourness. it strengthened him so he felt
!iko a new creat'ire.
IL. KUPFERSCHHIDT
IMPORTER ASD I'RALER IS
SI
Ssas, Aram null Ion, FItb!ug Tackla
and Base-raJI Uootls.
WHOLESALE AtT9 RHTAI0.
991 9ltii (urwl. m iciprila, Twin;
M,nuf:tcturme and Kcpairiag of Unci c
bpeoialty.
Joks OvasToy, Ja. C. JT. Grosviwor.
0VERTDH L Ge.UGYEC.'?,
Real Estate Dealers
Offlco, 88 4 Foooud Streei
a. X. Cer. itremil a vnr,
Ral sjiati Hoctiar aw soli?,
Taici Paid. Kant, Colioc!, ,o.. o:.
Copirrisstt-a.
IJHOWN-M IKOH KlTTHIMmHlfVl-
ly benefited Mrs M.C. Knckley, Mfi
rh'a. Tenn., when trouV'eJ with I'V'-r dis
order aud indist.'tier. Mb, rtrards it ss a
Eusiard family uedicin.

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