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HAILR01P Mi TABLE.
LoitoTfllf.ffcw OrlMBf art TriM R'j
UMiaUrri TALLST BOUTS.
Oa ud after Mar t. 1M, passenger tralm ol
- tMirott wnirnau iwiowi
10 :M p.m
4 :l7 a.
1:44 a.n 11 :1A p
i:'A a.n! 81 p
6:14 a. ml 7:61 n
:(!) a.ml 8:011 p.m
With all lines entering Memphis.
Hilt 1.N. W. n. it. lor ueioaa. ,
C or tireeaville aad Huntington, and all
Arkansas paints. .
D-With V. M. aod V;. 8. P. Railroads.
I-With K., J. A ti. R. i. tut iiatohei aad
F for Points on to Branph.
AWltt, .M.mara for Havon Sara.
fl With railroads diverging fur Florida,
Trial and l oan points.
JAB. M. EDWARDS, V. P.andO. M.
M. BI KKK, General Sup-,.
A. J. LNAl'P. G. P. A. f
Mlaolaalppl and TnMw. Haw
X)rleane call leave! daily at 6:0U peg. ar
rives at :-5 a.m. Bsteivide aceommoda
iinn leaves at 4 2U P m. : arrvvee at tt:06 a.m.
freight train! do not carry pageangcre.
waarlllaaad Haalaalppl Vajl.
ley. Trains mora at lollewi: No. I (tut
liaa daily) leaves at 10:00 e.m. No. 3 laaval
at 11:40 p.m. daily. bt.,Lnait faat lina
Uitu daily at p.uw-No. 7 (tut Una
daily) arrives at 1 J0 van. Mail and ex
press arrival dally at 3;l"e.ni. St. Louis
rait lina ayives daily at 9:05 a.m.
Leule1He aud Nnabellle Trains
move as Jbllowi: Fait mail antral daily at
tilMum.: laaraf at 10:10 p.m. I mail laarai
dally at 10:10 a.m.) arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brownsville aooommodatiom laaraa daily'
inapt unday, at 6:00 p.m.! arrival daily,
exaeptSucdai, at e:50 a.m. (standard time).
Memphla and Utile Roek. Trains
For aa follow! (aantral standard time):
o. 1 laarai daily at b.'Jt p.m.: arrival at
M p.m. No. S leaves at6:Wi a.m.: arrirai
Jt I :R0 a.m. No. 6 (freiht) laaraf Itopaflald
aily (except Sunday) at S:0O a.m.; arrirai
at 7:10 p.m.
empble aad Charleetoa Train I
Bora al follows: Through oi press leaves
daily at 10:20 p.m. Mail and aipreii laaval
daily at 10:IOa m. Bomervlilo aceommoua'
Uoo Irani dally, except Sunday, at ft :Hfl
Through aipraii arrival dully atft:2.S
Mail and express arrival daily at 4 :66
p.m. hnmervtaa accommodation arrirai
daily, except Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
ttnir Roniedsaneaa f lly, Nprlngr-
rld and !tlmplila) Trains leavo.M. and
T. depot as followi : No. 4, Kamai l ily ex
presa, leave! it 10:4ft a.m.) No. 3, Kuniai
City eirreni, arrival at 8:.1fl p.m. No. 2,
Kensaa City mail, laarai atA:00 p.m.; No. 1,
Kansas Oily mall, arrirai at 1:45 a.m. No.
I, St. Lost! and Chioaio tiprix, laaval at
(lOO p.m.; No. 1, St. Louil and Chlcasoex-
Xresi, arrival at 8:45 a.m. In effeot Sunday,
pril 1H, im.
Memphla, Birmingham and Allan.
tie Holly Springs Route Trains mora ai
followi: IN o. 1 leaves Mempnls dally at S:46
m.t arrival at Holly Spring! at 6:30 p.m. i
o. 2 !! ihflv rlnrinm daily at :(
f.io., arrival at Mampliii at u Ho a.m. I No.
laawai MeBiphii daily at 7:10 p.m., arrival
at Holly Sprinn at U:M p.m.! No. 6 laarai
UoMy Srinci daily at 3:30 a.m., arrirai at
MaiDphi! i .m
THE . WJ2 ATIIElt.
WiiHiHoroa, May 28, 18H6, 1 a.m.
Injicationa: For Tcnnons;o find Ar
kansas, locul ra;n, rIIkIiHv cooler.
For Mitnuippi, Ixtuuiana and Ttxat:
Fair wither; no derided change in Urn
pernturt; wind generally tmUhcrly,
For Tawtftt and Arkanmt, locnl taint;
ilitjhtly roultr; rariable viiidn.
Mmrm, Tin., May 27, 188A.
Baton Roof ft
siow Orleans H
Time. Bar. Tlier. Wind. W'ther
7:00 .m. W.001 (i9.0 H. Cloudy
11 :00 a.m. 29043 80 0 S.W. Hur.y
8:00 p.m. ZW 87.0 S.W.Clear
7:00 p.m. 9 8.(2 8(1.0 S.W.Clear
10:00 p.m. mSlO 80 0 S.W. Clear
Maximum temperature, 84.0.
Minimum tamperaturo, (W.O.
Oione, 11 o'clock a.m., 1.
la Itaa (Hitioa Koarlon.
fllOHAl 8RT1( , U. S. Abmt, 1
My '17, 1886-5 p.m.
Division of teleKraiui and rpotn (or
the benefit ol commercn and aKrlcnl
tare. Cotton nion bulletin lor the
twenty-lour hoard ending May 27th, 6
' f- "S K trj
Memphta 88 60 .00
Nashville 80 48 .00
Grand Junction... 88 01 .00
Corinth 90 56 .00
Toscumbia 88 57 .
Decatur. 1 52 .04
Doottoboro. 8ti 51 .00
Bateavillefc HI 58 .00
Hernando m 59 .00
Grenada 89 5H .00
Arllnnton t)2 5,5 .00
Brownsville. I 89 b:j .00
Milan (12 62 .00
Paris. 89 49 .00
Oovinnton.. 90 60 .00
Dyersbnrg 91 47 ,0i)
Bolivar 90 58 .00
Holly Springs 00 62 .00
Oilord !H) 62 .00
Bnms 1703 1082 ,04'
Means t0 6" . '
i Little Hock
Grand jury met yenlerday.
Baseball axain this evening.
Southern Bhmiac for June at Mans
lord's. The drummers are going to work
in earne i.
Mikado agtin to-night and at niat
inee to-nu rrow.
The tol)oL'an will start on its in
itial tour .'alumay at 2 o'clock.
The Hoard ol Health has removed
to its new quarters under the City
Judge Ingerso'l, candidate lor the
.Supreme Vencli, captured 1'inca yes
.terday. Mrs. Florence Finl y Voorc's but
terfly carnival takes place next Mon
The Canientere' and Joiners'
Union will five a picnic at Kstival
Park Juoe 2d.
Ilotchkiss A Strong's sawmill at
Lakev iew was burned yesterday morn
ing Lo s, f 300.
The building ol the Citizen' rail
way lines was one of the things that
lowered gas stock.
Trustee Slaughter e selling off the
I land of the Bolton bequest aa rapidly
j as be can find purchas ra.
A. P. Muben aod Babe lonng,
Fjwn Joneaand Nancr Harria, C r
roll Cooper and 8aJb Jonea were li
cena d to marry yerterdiy.
Workmen were huayon Washing
ton street y.-sterday preparing for the
change of guage which will be made
in all Southern roads Sunday.
Chief Davis has received a let'er
from Chicago inquiring for the where
about of S. Koala trmott, who is
said to be keeping a randy stand in
Schrols (losew'th an enterta'n
ment at tbe Memphis Theater Friday
nigh. - Ticket will be issued and
children under ten years of age will
not be admitted.
Maj. Maecalie vesterday presented
the Odd Fellows' 'Library with three
volume containing the names of ier-
sons to whom supplies were issued by
the Citizens' Kelief Committee, ol
which he was secretary, in 1878.
--The quartette of young men dis
covered in a Linden street tssignation
house Wednesday f ight, were fined
$10 each in the Police Court yesterday
They did tot appear lor trial, and
writs for their arrest were issued.
In the Criminal Court yesterday
Will Jonea. convicted ol having at
tempted to rape a negro girl n ne
yrarsola), was sentenced to twnty
one years in the penitentiary. Six of
the jury were for hanging on the first
Eierc'ses of the senior classes.
except ihe gradua kg class, will be
held at Market strret school this
morning at 10 o'clock. The exer ises
of the graduating class will he held a'
I .. 1. -!:.- T1,.,.I,..T.....,I. In no
1, beginning at 8 o'clock.
President Madden savs Ihe most
important question the city now has
to consider is how to protect Fort
l'bkoring from the ravages of the
river, which threatersto cut into Ten
nessee, between Linden and Vance,
and into Shelby itt Hilling street.
In resnonso to many urgent re-
inests, the management of the Ama
teur Mikado have decided to give a
Saturday matinee performance, at
winch liotii the Yu m-i nms will ap
pear Miss trend well will sing in the
nist act, and Mrs. H T Carnes in the
second. The rent of the cast will be
same as before published. Tickets
can be found at Wright's, under the
1ho public exam'nation of twelve
candidates for confirmation will be
hold at the temple of the Hebrew Re
formed Congregation at 8 o'clock 'o
night Those having attained the
ago ol thirteen and aspiring to the
jprivilege of being admit ed into the
'congregation, have to show their pro
ficiency by a thorough exposition of
the tenets of Judaism and of the en
tire hi tory of the Jewish people and
their literature. They ara then en
titled to receive the solemn rites of
confirmation administered by the of
ficiating rabbi on the Day of Pente
cost. The following constitute the
class of 1 886 : M isses Itosa Fold, Hat
tio Uoldbaum, Flo a Samter, Carrie
H'lier, Fannie Wolfe, Mabel Dryfus,
Florence Schloss, Francis Leopold,
Masters Moses Hlrsch, I.co Morris,
Kdwnrd llirsch, Harry Iierner.
Solo Agents for Horace It. Kelly
lo.'s Key West Cigar?.
The trade supplied at New York
prices. A full assortment constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by us: Gayoso Hotel stand,
Peabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. i. samkuow a co.
BARUAI3S OF THE SEASON!
MEXKEN AND COMPANY.
Wa do not intend to keep Chil
dren' Maslin Underwetr any
more, and wish to clear out the
entire stock on hand at
JUST ONE-HALF VALUE,
making themcostac'uilly less than
price of material. Judge for jour
lelrej, tead the following prices and
Be Bar to tame To-Iar.
COME EARLY FOR CHOICE.
At 20o Corded Band Chemise,
made of Waroeutta Domestic,
8 to 14 yeais; former price 50o.
At 25o Tacked and Embroidered
Chemises, 8 to 12 years; for
At 25o Tucked and Embroidered
Night Gowns, 2 to 8 year; for
At 50i3 Pointed Yoke, trimmed in
beautiful embroidery, editing
aud inserting, t ts 10 yeais;
formerly fl 60.
At 25o Tucked Drawers, made of
Wamsutia Dom(tic, 2 to 10
years; formerly 50c.
At 25c Embrolderei and Tucked
Drawers, brantilully flniehed;
At 20c Tucked Skirts made of Wain
suit Mutlln, 4 to 12 yearj; for
Besides a gieat varety not men
mentioned in above list.
We will Include in this sale 250
dozen Glove-fiitlng Coat-back Jer
seys for ladie, at tbe low price of
The ba'anceof our Ladles' Hand
Embroidered Freeh Mindtn Underwear
will be closed oat regardless of cost.
MEXKEN A3 1) C0XPAM.
Now the largest, 'nont popular and
fashionable resort in Virg nia, will lie
open for the reception of guests on
the fliKt day of June. The most cele
brated dyspeptic water known.
Xalfora, Jeweler, 894 Mala, ao
loclU orders from the country.
43a to Rnlloar a Laaaaaarala for
jroar Plaaablac and 4Jaa.rilla.
Tn nnlav in IntrotfucA tha Alabama
Splint Coal in tbis market, it will be
delivered at Me per Darrei in city lim
it. It has ro superior.
P. M. PATTERSON k CO.
Slonograin Uanglet; Mulford.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1886.
CALL FOat MELTISO
f tka rrteaata ar La
Jaha f. riser.
The following fentlemsn, friends of
mo lata un, 4 no. U. I IIT aim uia iiuu-
ily, are earteatly requested to meat at
tbe private parlors ol the Peabody Ho
tol tbia erening promptly a. 4 o'clcck:
Hob D P Haddaa, Hoa Joha Ovnrton,
Har DrHM Una, lUr Ir W K n,
Kay a A Janaa, Gtn Colton Graana,
On Luk. it WrUht, Hon R J M or fan,
HoaHTKM.t. Hon J T Latham,
Hob Haary Craft. Hon W W McJJowall,
Hoa X ha L T fiaaad, W 1) Bathal,
Uoa W K Msore, Hon j K Urior,
Col M Maaaraay, Col H M Nteiy,
Col B F Laoaay, Col M C Oallaway,
Col Joaiah Pattaraoo, Cul Wm F Taylor.
Col Lnka W i inlay, Col A DUwynae,
Hob C Hi.k.U, W.jMBark.,
l)r D T Portar, Napoleon Uili,
Jamaa Phalaa. bam P Kaad,
Mintar I'arker. Tom Uaia.
J liarvar Mathaa, I M Snowden,
Jam. i Kldor, W W S boolliald,
J T Firiuon, JJMarphy,
0 Treadwall, W 8 llrm o.
SNBitaa. Wm N Brown
U W.aiharford, Dr Alei arikine,
Samuel II bunaoomb.John K Siard,
JaaKB'aalay, Col W T Wilion.
Marya B Traiavant, Arthur E Nalmaysr,
John W Cochran, J I'roaton Vouna ,
i B Aldr'oh. Ilr Kd D Mitohell.
Miaa Lnwanateia, llunidon Gary,
C B Galloway, Ilr Uebsr Junai,
W i Cannon, Jamoi Sturm,
J 8 Monkaa, Tbomaj O Brian,
I n G' dwia, jtmet Graham,
CI J T Pattit, J B Emary,
J M Hondbar, Kobt B Armour,
Joaiah Tags , L 11 Kitaa.
J J DuUoaa.
Mrs Lavihqcb of Vanndalc, Ark.,
is visiting Mrs. A. M. Johns m at 402
Mrs. J. C. Bitioos and Miss Lo'a
Garrett of L'ttle Kick are visiti g
'A J. Goodwin's, No. 287 Georgia
Mihb Lina anu C'oba Morris,
who have been visiting friends in tha
city for several months, returned to
their home, near Willis:on, Tenn ,
Mm. Dr Hewitt and daughter,
Miss Mollio Thomas aad Miss Susie
McNear, left last evening on the
ate mer City of Cairo to visit friends
and re atives near Point Pleasant, Mo.
Tim Hon. John M. Itrinlit of Fay
etteville, Tenn., in stopping at the
Peabody Judge Bright is a candi
date for Supreme Judge from Middle
To nessee, and is one of the ablest
lawyers in the Stats.
Tiic Gayoso Hotel was the scene of
a roman ic marriage Wednesday
at 7 p.m., the contracting parties be
ing Mr. Morris Schott of this city and
Miss Clementina Kahn of Baden.
They have been betrothed for two
years, and the groom came here in
advance to seek his fortune. It seems
he has found it, for ho sent for his
bride o cross the ocean and join him.
and Wednesday they were declared
man and wife by Kabbi Sam field.
The best wishes cf all who admire
constancy and true love are with
A most delightful party was given
last Tuesday by Master Norton Bobo,
complimentary to little Miss Mellio
Khodts of Golden Lake, Ark. A per
l'cc gem of a table was spread at 5
o'clock, a'ter which Japanese favors
were distributed. A bevy of fairy
girls and lovely boys indulged in
frolic t'll quite late. Those present
were Misses Maud Tucker, Dot Ames,
Kite Bradford, Lei Mai lory, Mabel
Crawford, Lottie Collin, (iertrudo
Asher, Helen Livcrmoro, Mary Lou
Thomas, Emma Tuther, Christine
Jrtt, Ida Seabrook, Connie Tate, Cyn
thia Parker, Ho en Parker, Sallio
Shephard, Evelyn Caldwell, Julia
Mai lory and M.rtha Harris; Mas
ters Fred Thomas, Heber Will
iams, Willio Ormberg, Duke John
ston, Karl Johnston, Hosber Barrett,
Frost Barrett, Heber Copeman,Wileon
Mallory, Stark Goodbar, Guv Hunt.
George Albon, Aston Clapp, Marshall
Pease, Robert Clapp, Frank Ormberg,
F.rskine Bradford and others.
At the Young Men's Hebrew Asso
ciation Hall to-night Ihe Kaene Du
matio dab will present the drama en
titled Meg'$ Diversion. The cat will be
a follows: "Jeny Craw, a farmer,"
Hirry Sullivan ; "Ashley MctoD, Esq.,
of tbe Hall," Wm. Bo wen, Jr.; "Jas
per Pidteon, a villiage carpenter,"
Edwin Morrison; "Roland Pidgenn,
hit brother," Andy Morrison: "Ey
tem, an Exeter lawyer," Harry Bellin
ger; "Margaret, Camelia, daugbtera
of Craw," Mine Clara Halden, Miss
Beatrice Steinkuhl ; "Mrs. Notwell, of
hr Grange, a young widow," M'ss
Bessie Owens. This Is the first enter
tainment of this club and it should be
Ski ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and Laundry on fifth page.
Kalsomininq telephone 609, Mc
Neil. Everv one must attend the Butter
fly Carnival May Slat.
Dr. C. D. SMiTit, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
Ladies can have spring sewing done
satisfactorily and reasonably ut 260
Paint your carriage for 75 cents
with Neal s Carriage Paint. For sa'e
by A. Renkert.
Mrs Florrm( k Finly Moohk's But
t'rily Carnival May 31st, at Gayoso
Hotel, will be a grand aflair.
Bind a postal to the Memphis Collar
and Cnff Laundry, 61 Main street, to
call for your laundry.
Thb Herbal Chill Care, the best
tonlonnd antl-rxriodio known. A eartain
and aura enra for ohilli. Prloa II par bot
tla. Sand ilampi for olrsalan. Any raf
ranoa lixan. Addraii Joha 0. Ruokar.
Thk privileges for stands in Estiva!
Park for the Carpenters' Picnic, June
2d, will be sold at Kstival Park be
tween 4 and 6 o'clock Saturday even
ing, May 27th.
Tat most efficacious stimulants to
excite the appe ite are ANGOSTURA
BITTERS, prepared by Dr. J. G. B.
Mfgert A Sons. Beware of counter
feits. Ask your grocer or druggist for
the genuine article.
ADDITIONAL K ITERS.
Cincinnati, May S7." Night River
1 4 feet 7 inches on the gauge and f Ail
ing. Weather haiy aod warm.
Lovisvilli, May 27. Nigbt River
falling.with 7 feet 3 inches in the canal
and b fort 1 inch on the fall. Busi
ness fair. Weatht.Til a-a d pleasant.
Cairo, Mav 27. Night River 32
feet oq the gauge aur) falling. Weather
cloudy and warm. No arrivals of regu
lar putktts. Departed: K. S. Hayes
and bargee, New Orleans, 1 p.m.
Niw Orleans, May 27. Night
Arrived: U. P. Schenck, Cincinnati;
City of Vickaburg, St. Louis. Depart
ed: City of St. Louie, City of Vickaburg
and City of New Orleane, 8L Louis,
i St. Locis, May 27. Night River
fallen 9 inchoa, and now stands 20 feet
9 Indu s on the gange. Weather clear
aud pleaBunt. Arrived: Henry Lourey
and bargee, Ntw Orleans. Departed;
Arkansas City, Vicksburg,
Taa law Uayaaa.
FAKRIHGT0", STEWART A WHITK,
Ratal, K SO to 64 par d-y. aoeordiaf to leea-
tioa of roomi.
M Sohott Aw, Tana J D Allaar, Taaa
U Prabla, Tana E P. U.nry. lad
J 0 aviaon, N x M t Olivar Aw, Ark
o Clark. Ohio Miia Bchomakar, Ark
J T Johaaop, Mill B K Paryu-on. Va
DMrKea, Ark K A IaWitt, Tax
1 8 llu'h. HC W a Uarratt, Mm
W 8 Koaarion, Miu J M Kins. N Y
BTHuoaon. NV JHIawaoo, Ark
CAWilioB. Ark E H Burr, Mo
8 T Uown.y, Mo I K Holdar, Tana
J Waddall.wAe.Tann J W Job BOB, Mill
R T Uarrii, Mi'i H L llatohinaon, Ky
A M J.nkini. Mail J B Suttlar, Ark
R I Turnbuil. Mill W W Farkar, Mo
J I! WataoB A". Min H Mrfharion, 0
C 0 Parkar, Ind A H Hneed. Tana
W a. Cary, N C R P Cary. T.nn
J L Karr, Tann C F SchwfJ.r, Mo
W T ABdaron.Va Wn C F ltorion. Va
M F Ralaiah, Ind CGI owner. Ohio
T B Il.ol.v, lo CTB yd, T.nn
R K Myan. Tenn B L Kobb nn, Tana
T B Stawart Mo T i llieki. Mo
T B Bu.-.ll, Ind R O Iay. Mill
D H Graham. Din X H Harria. Mill
R R Uarriion. Mm J A Miaanint, H C
A T Ulln,,. Mn HI'Tlli.T.ni
J A Sylvei ar. tenn H binimora. Tens
K B iMho n. Tenn WUGrider.Ky
Mi.i M Carinter,Pa C b Jonea, Tons
H T Lanier, Ala, CB Monlroniery, Ala
K L Watkim. Tenn R T Cola. Ohio
Jl Witherr, Ark T C Simpion. Ark
F 0 Smith, N Y Mill M Smith, N If.
C. B. OALLOWA A CO PsoraiiToa.
Batei 2 50 and $3 per day, aceor. lot to
liia aod location of room Special
R O 1'iiana, Tenn C L Sanford, Tann
J B Pbtilipi, Tenn W Morebead, Ala
ADOiffiB. Mo WRCady, Mo
J D Jordaa, Tex C 11 Rumpion. Mo
A W Brokway, Tens J R Head. Tenn
D Hull, Mill J MfBright, Tenn
E U Sanier, Oa M O Andrawa, Ky
L C bolaner&w.Miil F Kaufman, N
JWiniaU.SC W W Brady, Ky
H B hiam, MI.k P Henry Aw, Ark
KRTuttle, Mo W S Thompion, III
GR Hill. Mill IT Jones. Ark
JWPowlkes, Va Mn L It Alcorn, Mi I
Mn E T I'roflitt. Mill Mn Perklni, Misi
MimC Barnex, Miri .Mm Uulaney, Mm
I, Welhou.e, ( W Murray. N 0
J C Wright, Mi.'i J W Goodwin. P
M Frill, Ohio J K Hammond, N Y
AFGau, NY KShelbv. Tenn
R Williama , Mo M V Sullivan, Mill
W H Moore, Tenn W J Anderion. Tenn
C B Gavlor Af.Tex 8 C Chandler. 8 C
J II Harrinntun. lex T Steele, Tonn
Bolton Smif, Tenn 11) Ballard, Pa
L White, Ind ESCastle, Mo
I. I.ehinnn, N Y .Mill J M Cooper, Mil i
II Dow, Tenn John Dooie, Tenn
W II 1'ullen, Trnn H Payne, Tenn
C 8 Johnat' n. Ill B Sander! Aw. Ala
W T Hinder?, Mo W Talbert, Tenn
W. H. BINGHAM Man AflkR.
European plan. Knlarned and refiirniihed.
Price! according to liie aud loca
tion ot roomi.
J W T.ittla, Ky R M Biinki, Min
RLlliddie Ark G G Woodward, Tax
K 1) Walker, Ark A II Howell, Ark
II K 1'attrr.on, Tenn F N Mi-Lam roif.Min
M W Mnlburn, Mm S W Kolick, Mi?
Mn Roberuoi , Mill Mill Gonliek. Mill
I N Brown, Mi?! S T Jack'on, Tenn
Mn Byrd. MiK Henry O Myen, Mitt
A N llarrii, Mis S J Harrison, Min
M 1) Andea, Tenn R B Demese, Tenn,'
B Hughe! A w. Ark Mill Kliii, Ar
L B Conner, Tenn J B Childi, Tenn
J A Coulion, Ark HBChism, Ark
T M Mooney. Mim H B Brown, Him
C II Glenn, Miir Mils LTalum, T.nn
WJ Northornii.Tenn Hi Knapp, III
A Gargaro, Mill1 J W Moore, Tenn
I. Wright A w, Va W H Allen, Va
Mini J Alien. Tonn W B Stuarl, Tenn
W R Aoraa, Tenn II A Mooney Tenn
J W Jordan, Mi.-i J C Brooka, Mid
RT Logan. Miss Mn McAdami. Misi
L P Cooler, Tenn J A Uunlap, Tenn
JKWalli, Aik JFBeatty, Mo
- I'll Camp, Tann
Daffy's European liotcl.
Corner of Adsir.i and Main itreeti. Roomi,
50c, 75o and II per day: American Plan,
ti per day.
Firit-cliui Restaurant in the Hotel.
J. M DUFFY (10 year with Paabody Hotel)
FLBurkh'tiwTenn Wm Broylei, Ark
If 11 Armi'tcad, .Mo A Urubam, lenn
T W Callahan. Pa
L Coyne. Menn
B Steveni, Tenn
A C Venablo, Tenn
L A Hall, Ohio
W T Looke, Ark
R Mar in, Ark
J 8 Smollwood, Tenn
W II Inrnnn, Ark
R A Webbor, Tenn
J C Lamoth, Ga
.1 Keely, Tex
H RTutt, Ark
S T Graham. Misi
II S ope, Ohio
P 11 Ma'colm. Mo
M .1 Niubens. Tenn
R M llHttlo, M
C C Wilduian, N 1
C J Haley, Tenn
J E Fnneult, Tenn
J R Johnson, Tenn
W Rosi, Ark
K Mum, Ark
S II btowart, Tonn
N D Green, Tenn
: llenckell, Tenn
A V Sortorai, Mo
R T Ramiey, Tex
G Ja obs, Mo
l L i 'on i elly, Tenn
K T Cope. Ind
M J Sullivan, Mich
C J Chestnutt, Ark
B C Tucker, Ark
R II fields, Mo
l. Ill tenia, Fia
L K l'eonvmun. Ark
T. R and E. B. Waring to Ann'e A.
Ashe, lots 1 and 2, M it , -bell's subdi
vision, west side of Wellington street,
John M. Thumpsjn and wife to El
len M. Horgan, lot o7Jil481 feet, on
south aide ot Madison street, fort'J-500.
L. D. Adams to John N. Harbin,
trustee, to secure Emma J. McDonala
in tbe sum of tilOO, 33 acres in the
Thirteenth Civil District. .
Theodore Read to R. D. JcrJan,
trustee, to secure D.C. Slaoghtir, true
tea of tbe Bilton rsUte, in ihe sum ot
f 1000, part of lo-. .'til, aod Wdrt half of
the east tiOri let t of taid lot, north aide
of Court ftreet.
ZEI.I.XEH at CO.
Moore Another Home II tin.
OUR SECOND DAY
has proven another great success.
Our store . sj the bmitmt place in
the city, and the real Genuine Bar
gains our pa rous arc securing is
the best and ure3t advertisement
of the Grand Bargain Sale of
BOOTS VXD SHOES,
inaugurated by us this week, to con
tinue for thirty days. We must
a:iin in.piess it ut on th pub'i"
tint tec hare placid our uiuie and
entire .foci on the counter nnd marked
them down to hart inannfacturert' conf
You will save at leu-t fifty per ceut.
by purchasing your thus of us
now, end if you cove early you
will secure tbe choics ol s'zde and
For sweet young lsdy giaduates
we bava a sp culiv in
While Kid and Nalln Hllppara
You are invited to rail aod con
vince yourself of tbe fact that we
mean exactly what we say.
ZELLNER at CO.
Solid SllTerware at Mnlfbrd'a
from fl! upwards in the latest styles.
H. H. Meyer, No. 2'27 Second street.
Call at once or send postal for designs.
Order HMulir4l Made Meiiahi.''
Don't leave until yon have bought
your trunk and valiso at the New
Memphis Trunk Factcy, 331 Main
street. ooiwman a barrett.
Fine Watch repairing at Nalfbrd'a.
4l Katlada dk l-aaamaraln la da
Nallea la Mhlppera.
MmrniK. Tkkx., May 2, 1S86,
OWING to the change of gauge of tbe
Memphil and Charleston Railroad on
Monday, May Slat, no freight will be re
ceived after 6 o'clock p.m. Thursday, May
27th, nntil 12 o'clwk noon May .tint, except
to point between etemohis and Hu Uville,
which will b received nnttl5p m May ! h.
After Mar th all freight in car-load lotl
ennat be unloaded within twenty-lour houn
aOer arrival at dentin alien, or it will be un
loaded by the Company at the expense of
the eoniigne. All partial ara requeued to
i nave .very car en loaned py u o clock noon
I Saturday. May fc'tn.
Mef-The firm of GOODBAR k CO. has been dissolve, and we have iwganiaaj aer iatereet in tbe WboleealaBoo
and Ehoa Business, in connection with Mr. W. JL Lots, lata of Warren, Lor A Orx, Kit Lottie, Me and Mr. J. O
Callieott, ol Cold water, Miss., under the sty' at and firm Bane given below. We thank oar friends for tteirMtonatt
in tha paat and hope for a continuance of tneix favors. ; A. B. GOODBA.
o IJ. H. GOODBAR.
A. b. oeeauB, J. h. smnai, w, a. lots. . c. caixioott.
LaU ef Goodbar A Co., Mamphli. LaU of Goodbar a Co., Memphla. Lata el Warrea. Love k Co., BU Lcjg. lve of Cold water.
GOOBBAR, LOE & 0
3G7 & 3G9 Main
We are now receiving a large and En'irely JSw Nf ok of Eastern and
Spring Trade of 1886, which we offer at itock Itot'om Prices,
ha mad hv inv eomrvair(r m'irkaf..
JAM EN C. JIEL.1 l'rettldrnt.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.,
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
Saddles, Harness. Collars,
NAIIlYEItYr IIAIllW Altai AND IATIir.K,
What It Will Be Fashionable
To Co and Not To Do.
III.XTS ON ETIUI ETTE.
Sensible and Seasonable Advice
Especially Adapted to Mem
phis and Yicinity.
Black hosiery will be much worn,
but the man who comes home late at
night with a black eye will bo re
garded with suspicion. Full particu
lars at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
262 Second street.
Many of last year's bonnets will be
worn, but the owners won't feel hap
py while wearing them. Tho males
of the family, however, can save the
cost of several new bonnets by buy
ing their Spring Suits at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 2G2 Second street.
Men who wear wigs need not lift
their hat to those lady acquaintances
thoy meet in the street during a
wind-storm. The wind is liable to
carry away their wigs. Wise men
will, however, continue to buy their
clothing at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 262 Seeond street.
Curl-papers will be much worn in
the morning, but false hair should
be carefully hung over the back of a
chair before retiring. Before de
ciding to buy elsewhere see the fine
stock at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
In writing love letters don't call
your best girl a "ducky darling" more
than 009 times. She might remem
ber that a duck waddles and feels in
sulted at the comparison. Compari
son, however, is the true test of
merit, and comparison shows that
the prices at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors are much less than prices else
where. In spring marriages it will not be
fashionablo to have a first-class fight
until at least one week after the wed
ding day. Brides, however, should
insist upon the grooms buying the
wedding suits at the Misfit Clothing
Parlors, 262 Second street.
It is fashionable garments at un
fashionable prices that you get at the
Misfit Clothing Parlors. If you want
to get the most for your money come
262 SECOND STREET,
Opp. t'onrl Hqanre).
Open evralar till a. Mtttnraaya
t& All alterations to insure a per
fect fit done free of charge.
N.B. We have several hundred
Seersucker CoaU and Vests which
will be sold at 1 25.
"London" Trouser Stretcher
Patented in Burona and Uni
ted States. Aaenta lax
allra Mtalaa for celebrated
' John Hamilton A Co. Btretck
T er. Takei baalw
I kaeM restores pantaloons to
1 I original shape. Only patealed
" Stretcker combining, screw rod
I lin combination wiln clamps.
'A All othorf Infringements.
y I (Original and cai y Btrlsr
tVlw i.all.mea'. a.S. H
Expreaa seanralr parked. I'rioe f2 SO. Write
for rircolar.. Asents wanted in every env.
4.. W. MHIMM1 . Hw.laa.Waea.
fYROWiH IRON BITTr.a" CURED
Mrs. A. Mulier, No. 637 Main itreet.
Memphis, Tenn.. of enills aad fever, binee
Uking the remedy aha baa bad do return or
the malady, and aha considers it tbe bast
remedy ia the world,
and 18 Gayoso Streets. Memphis, Tenn.
OFFICE Ho. 24 HIGH STREET.
James at. Good bar I Win. I Clark Kagens J. Carrlnstoa rraaik a. Jaaee
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to KERCH AHTa ONLY tha largest and best gtoek of Boots and Bhoas wa
havo aver brought to this market, and which cannot be surpassed lo quality and
stylet by any home in tnii or any other city. In addition to a complete lina of Eastern
made goodi, inoiading the ( ULr.BKal au ewOUHAK CO. BKOSJafsN, we handle
a large and aoleet stock of Custom-made floods for Men, Women, Misses and Children. Wa
carry a number of the best make! in tha country, in ever, variety and stile, and among
them I the well known Men's Calf Boots and Shoe! manufactured by Geo. Hooker for oar
Spring Trade. M a also carry a ehoioe line of Ladiea' and Misses' Custom Kid, Goat and
Calf Goods, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman k Co. Wa invite tha trade to examine)
our stook before buying elsewhere, and wa guarantee everything wa sell to give satisfaction.
Far Judge ot the criminal Court.
MESSRS. Napoleon Fill, Henry J. Lynn,
John W. Dillard, H. M. Neely, W.D.
Bethe . R. O. Craig k Co., fl. V. Kambaut,
A. L. Lowenitein, J. 8. Menken and others
In response to your call upon ma to be
come a candidato for the office of Criminal
Court Judge of hh lby county, with sincere
thanks lor your kindness and courtesy, I
hereby announce my, elf as a candidate for
the pusition, subjert to tha action of tha
AjJM . LAMBETH.
Clerk ar tbe Criminal Conrt.
WK are authorised to announce R. P.
CAPERS (lor twenty-one years D p
uty) as a candidate forClerk of the Criminal
Court of Shelby county, subject to the Dem
WE ere autho-tied to announce D AB"EY
W. COLUErl as a candidate lor Clerk
of the Criminal Court ol Shelby county,
subject to tha Democratic Convention.
County Court Clerk.
WE are authorized to announce that
RICHARD A. OOLUM la a candidate
for County Court Clerk, subject to tha action
of the Democratic Convention.
TB nre authorised to announce P. J.
W QUIALbYaa a candidate for Clerk of
the County Court, suKreot to the action of
the Shelby County Democratic Convention.
Judge ar the Probata Conrt.
WE are authorised to announce J. P.
YOUNfl as a candidate for tha office
of Judge of the Probata court, subjeot to tha
action of the County Democratic Conrantion.
WE are authorised to announce JOHN
M. BRADLEY as a candidate for
Trustee ol Shelby county at the ensuing
August election, subleot to the action of tha
WE are authorised to announce AN
DREW J. HARRIS as a candidate for
re-election to the offioe of County Truatee,
subject to the aotion of the Demooratie Con
vention. THE A ppenl Is authorised to announce Mr.
N. F. LKMASTER as a candidate for
tha offioe of Trustee of Shelby county, sub
ject to tbe action of tha DemocKtio Conven
tion. For Atternej-O neral.
WE are authorised to announce OE0ROE
B. PETERS, Jr., as a candidate for
the office of Attorney-General, subiect to tha
action of the Democratic Convention.
THE Appeal is authorised to announce 8.
D. WEAKLEY as a candidate for Attor-ney-Oeneral,
subjeot to the Democratic Con
vention. For Rpclaler.
rpo the Voters of Shelby County and My
L Friends I hereby announce mysalf lor
the second time a oacdidata for the office of
County Register, subject to tbe Democratic
Convention. I am poor and need the office.
Feeling that my pait tervice as a servant of
the people has given satisfaction, and that I
can come before the people and ask tneir
suffrages and support tor County Keeiiter. I
am, rospeotfully, JOHN A. P0WKL.
WE are authorised to announce N. F.
(BUNK) II ARHlSUN as a candidate
for Register, subject to the action of the
Demooratio County Convention.
1 JOHN t. McCALLUM as a candidate
for Register, suijeot to the aotion oi that
Demooratio Convention. I
THE undersigned announces that ha is a
oandidate tor Register, and asks the
support ot the voters of Shelby county. It
elected, will endeavor to give satisfKction in
tne aisonarge 04 ine aunee 01 me muce, ,ou r
places his claims subject to the action of the1
vounty xamocraiic onveu.iun.
THOS. B. CRENSHAW.
Memphis, Maroh 2Sy 18S.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Kerrrille, Tenn., Is a
. candidate for REGISTER, subject to the
aotion of the Demooratio Convention.
WE are authorised to announce K. A.
EOMONUSON aa a candidate for
County Register, subiect to the aetion of the
THE Appeal Is authorised to announce
JOHN W. dOULD as a candidate for
the offioe of Beginer, aubject to the action of
the Democratic Convention.
Jnrlsreof the Circuit Court.
WM. 8. f UPPIN is a candidate for C.
ouit Jadge of Shelby County, subject
to the action ofa Demooratio Convention.
We are authorised to announce L. H. K8
TK8, JR., as a oandidate for Judge cf the
Circuit Court, subject to the aotion of the
JAMES L. G0ODLOE will be a candidate,
before tha Democratic Convenuen, for
nomination to the offioe of Judge of the Cir
cuit Court: aad. if defeated, will support
the luocessful nominee.
Wa are authorised to announce that JOHN
JOHNSTuN is a candidate for Judge of ike
Circuit Court of Shelby County, subject so
action of the Pernocrat'o Convention.
BKtsWN'N IRON BITTER f Pill
Mrs. W. 8. Levy. 31 Main street,
Memphis, Tenn.. rter being troubled lor
several years with ebills aad fever and ne-
ing thoroughly exhausted.
To Contractors and Builders
THE CHICKASAW SAND CO. will deliver
the bast quality ot Sand, tree of gravel,
at the lowest price. Offioe on Levee, loot of
Jefferion etrect. Telephone. No, .64.
Oustom-Made Boota and Shoeafor
on as liberal terms as can
F. MEYEll, Sec'y and Treaa.
URING the season we will receive Ben
Hart s Berriej n-orning and evening.
Just received a fresh lot of Kennedy fine
Biscuit and Cakes.
Butter Scotch, Beatrice, Albert,
Lemon Cream, .'elly Drops, Shrewsbury,
Cocoanut Taffy, Roval Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. Assorted Jeily, Etc.
J. F. BUCEHAM & CO.
Corner Second and Beale Sts.
ROWN-IKOtt MlTrR CAUSED
the dyspepiin, which troubled Mri.
John R. Gil 100, 8i Hill street, Memphis.
Tenn., for nearly three- years, to ipeodily
disappear. She sinoerefy idvists all af
flicted to try it.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importers and dealers In Clnna, Ammu
nition and Ffablna Tarkle, Balldera
Hardware, aieailrta Betlla aad An
nunelatara for Hotels and Residences, 848
Haln afreet, Memphla, Tenn. Electrie
supplies always oa hand. . Repairing neatly
SHEA ft MCCARTHY, Propr's,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
ONI Or THB LARGEST BOILER SHOPS
in the South, and the only complete
Boiler and Saeet-Irop Work la tha city.
Manufacturers of heavy ttlate Iron
work of every description. Special
attention eiwaa o plantation work.
Importer and Dealer In
finni, Flaking; Taekle and "porta,
men's nupplle. e-w- Special attention
given to MA N U FACT U RING and RE
413 Wain 8t Memphla, Tenn
Young & Brother;
Booksellers aad Stationers.
8-18 SI aim SU, Memphis, Tenn
ejlahiu a Retire Irons Baalaeee
Wa Mer Our Entire
STOCK AT COST.
Capt. A 0 Tremcnt, 18 Madison
street, nemphls, Tenn., when troubled withn
biliousness, ji sirenguenea mm so ne ieia
like a new, aroature.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Bmtu, Amntan.tioii, Flablng Tackle
and Base-Hall Uoodta.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
M Main tiereet, Heraphta, Tenn:.
Manufacturing and Repairing of Sung aa,
Joiut ivsroji, Ja. O. KZUauevixoa.
OVERTON & 6R03VEN0R,
Real Estate Dealers
AGENTS ek BSOKJEB8,
Offloe, 264 Second Street
m. m. Car. ewe a a and Caare,
XEXFHI8, a ' a TSNXESHSS.
RIAL 1 STATE BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Taxes Paid. Hants OoUteted, etc. ea
BROWX-N IRON BITTERN UIEAT
ly benefited Mrs. M. C. Yuckley, M em
phis. Tenn., when troub'ed with livr dis
order and indigeiticn. Sba ragardl it as V
j'andajtd tatuUf medicine.