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tunii.- - hi-.! v-1.
Oa tad after May 2. IMA, pasaenger train oa
thip roaf will run aa tullows:
boaih. ) North.
Kland 10;tB p.m: 4:;7 a.m
Vicksburg P l:OUa.n :Ua.m
Barruwi J 1 :W P-
Baton Rouire.. 6:1 a. aw P
Eewtrlns v:0n a.mj. : p.m
CtT.N N KCTIONW.
A With 11 lis entering Memphis.
fi-With M. N. W. R. R. ir Helena.
C or Greenville ead (Juulingtoi, and all
Arkansas point. . ,
D With V. J W. IH.IF..6. A P. Railroads.
K-Witb S.. J. i.C.U- K. fur iatche and
? Fir I'omts on If , branch.
8 With ateaiuera l.r llayon Sara.
B With railr..!i diverging for Florida,
Tuia" und',,"aa' p-'iLta.
' JAS. ;. HW KliS. V. I. and G. M.
M. l;i KRK, General Sup's.
A.lKNAPI'. 0. I'. A.
MlaalMlppI aiul Triiiiewee. Now
Orleana leavea Hxilyat fi :l I'm.; ar
rival tT:4 a.m. iiateville accouiiiioda
tii.n at 4 :i p m : arrives HtUiO.') a.m.
Freight traini do nut carry 'nori.
ewnortlsrwaaaHl lHliMiiil 'al-
Iff. Traini mvs lolluwir No. a (lt
line daily) leaves at lU:i a.m. No. leaves
at 11 r4( p ui. daily. M. Louis fast lina
leaves dnilr at : :-U p.m. No. 7 (last lina
daily) arrivot at ) :'M) p.m. Mull and ei
preaa armei. ahiiiV at :l;a.ui. tit. Louii
fait lina arrival daly at a.m.
Lonlavllla and Naii vine Traini
ore al followa: Fat mail arrival daily at
6ilSa.m.t laei at 10:10 p.m.f mail Icavai
daily at 10:1U a.m.; arrive- at 4: IX) P.m.
Brownsville aocointnn latiom leavea daily'
leapt Hunday, at SrdO p;t. : arrival daily,
except Suodar. at V Ml a.ut. (itandard tiiual.
Hemphla and I, nil stock. Trains
soot ai followa loaotrxl (Landird tiina):
No. 1 leavea daily It D:2S p.m. i arrival at
i:rV p.m. ti. S leava at :fVi a.m. : arrives
atltrnOa.m. No. f irToiirht) leaves Uopeneld
daily (eiiwpt Sunday) at S:uu a.m.; arrival
Hetnphlej stud Ctiarl-alon Train!
Jiev aa follow! : Through aiprsai laavai
ally at 10: p.m. Mail anil expreai leave!
daily at 1(1:00 a m. Somerville aoooiiiuiode
tion leave daily, eicept Sunday, at
p.m. Through aipraai arrlvea daily at 5:25
e.m. Mall and nproaa arrives dully at 4 :M
S.m. Soinervillo accommodation arrival
aily, aioept Hunday, at b:.W a.m.
Untf Hnnle (sannauM Clly, Slprlna
rll and ssVinpliln) Trains leave.M. and
T. depot aa follows: No. 4, h'ansas I Ity ei
praaa, loavoi at 10:4o a.m.) No. 8, Kanim
City aiprnaa, arrival at :: p.m. No. 2,
Kanaw City mall,leayeaa,te:0O P.m. ! No. 1,
Kanaaa City mail, arrive! at 8:4 a.m. No.
t, 81. Louli and Chicaao eipre-a. laavel at
6:00 p.m. I No 1, 8t. Louil anil Chloagoex
preaa, arrive! at 8:4f a.m. In eBeot hunday,
fjtmbla, Ktrntlniihiam rind A I Inn
lift Hollv Hpriqiri Riute Traini move aa
follow! : No.lirHVM Memphii dally nt S:4ft
p m. i arrival at Holly hpringi at 6:30 p.ui. 1
No. i leavei ikilly Mirinn dully at 9:0U
J.m., arrival at Mortipuii at '1 :h a.m. I No.
leawea AUmiihii daily at 7:H0 p.m., arrival
at Holly 8pring! at 11 :Mi p.m.; No. leavei
Hotly hpringi daily at 3i30 a.m., arrival at
Mamphia t a- .
WiniilNaTOK, May 29, lrUMi, 1 a.m.
In4:ctiiil(i: for TcniicRfit'O nniJ Ar
' annua, (a r weatbor; mwly Hltion
ary UMuppruttiro. .
For Mintiti)pi, liOuMnna, TVjfl and
Arkatuiu: Fairvxatlifrjno dtcidrdchamjf
in Umptrnture; xariaUe wind, generally
', toutforly. For Trnneveer Generally air
vitayfier; nearly" tiationary temperature;
variable iliildl : -T
Hiariia, Tlitl., May 28, 1606.
Time. Bur. 1 Tlmr.
T:00 .m. '.11.884 75.0
11:00 a.m. I'D 1)55 74.0
8:00 p.m. lilt 881) 8:1.0
7:00 p.m. m um M.O
10:00 p.m. a) 9.17 78 0
Minimum tnixraturo, 74.0,
Oionc, 11 o'clock a.m.. 3.
la Ui 'olloa HagloD.
Siqnai, StHvira, U. H. Abut,
May 28, 1886-5 p.m.
Division of telekrami and reporta for
the benefit of commerca and agricul
ture. Oottpn region bulletin lor the
twenty-four boars ending May 27tb, 6
o ciock p.m.
MKMPHll Dm- . g g ft g B
nw" --vim g
Memphii 85 74 .01
NashTille 81 (Vi .89
Grand Junction... 88 71 .00
Corinth 88 (1 00
Toacumbla 87 (8 .00
Pecatur no 61 .07
"BooUaboro 85 0'J .00
Eateeville PI 72 .00
Hernando 80 04 .19
Arllnttton 112 7 .
BTown8Villo..Jw. 1)0. f4 .00
Milan IW l .27
Paris 8ft 55 .(to
Covintfton.. ......... 88. 75 .00
Dyerebnrg 01 53. .0J
Bolivar S3 67 . .00
Holly Springa.... , 87. tW . .24.
Oxford ..,.. -71 .00
r3utnB......,i- 1&87 1172 1.07
Meana ,.... .88 . ti5 W
. warr- f g-g" g-
,. ,4 .';? a g f:
WilminKton ::.:.i: 84 04 .04
Charleston ....... 1M) 64 .00
Anguata . 87 65 ,
r3avannab...-w..w 92 - 67 .00
Jttlanta.1 87 65 .05
"Montcomery fll 64 .00
Mobife . 92 65 .)
Hew Orleans 04 5t .IX)
Oalveeton.r: 02 68 .00
VickBbnrg P2 69 .
Little KocX.., 9i 67 .02
MeiiyphiB ' 88 65 .09
Suma... Z.: 1081 771) .20
Mearm 00 05
Mikado matinee. '
Chancery en'.ia to-day.
Judge Pierce i" . j.; et-! Iioiho
Minerva A in'iHi.er h j ille.l
rjigi.t for fle':ii'u w 1 't of ild.Kiw.
Otlii't r Cliu-. j j.--, tnvk :i
drunken v.ii te ii'iun, iia l-.--ti line !
$'!5 nnd n-intrtt.-l.
llio Uett uu:hii of .n. ,l" yi,'
'hurrh. whii li w -. i n' i t . :l l.v PailM-r
Luitellt f in H:i:j I..- .'.-.i;.:itt-l
tu iiiono i. "a, lit
The committee iipjiointi d in Tin
day's nieetinK to- raine fuii.l.s fur the
relief of the Irish mitlerers have col
lected over 1.4).
Fire at 322 Bnd 324 Waehinnton
ntreet, la- uig t, dt-stri yd h r o'.
The boildiDK is owned' by Meye a &
Sceed, and the lots amounted to $L 0,
Memphis whwlnienh ve received
an invitation to attend the tourna
ment of t he Columbia, iin., whetdmer,
which takes place July 15th, 10th auu
Thfre are f cur?r p'scs of ' oda
in Mt-mph s 'ban wttm t on he Her.
Another oi.e vivs raided ltuit flight. :
Mry Moby, a colored woman, living
at 257 Hay etroet, was jagged by Ofti-
t cut i vie Committee a niaas meeting of
tie Democrat of Mielby county will
1 held at the Kiponition building
next Tuesday, to select didt'irates to
the (tuliernatoriul Convention which
meets at Nashville.
The NewiKirt News and Missis
sippi Valley Compa".v and the lxuis
ville, New Orleans nnd Teias railroad
trains will leave and aniveas usual.
Thetewill bo no delay, as they are
now standard atiei. and do nut make
any change whatever.
Mine. Leon, the trnpezc performer
who wits so badly hurt v. t en Robin
son's show visited here, and who has
been in the city under treatment ever
since, is aide to move about on crutch
es, and will have a beiieiit at Kstival
1'ark to-morrow afternoon nnd nijiht
A joint meeting of the two l!x
t hn- k'ch will be held to-day at tne
Cotton Kichaii(; to lake action with
efereiicu to the bill now before Con
irrcs" providing fur t1 e bridging of the
ri inBiH.-ti j i rive' at th sjioint by the
Memphis and Kansas City Kailrowl
nnd llridge Compn'.y.
The closing exercises of Mr. Ben
Heave's school in the Fourth District
tiok phi! e yttcri'ay.and it was an oc
casion of rea enjoyment and pleasure.
Trie citir.cnn und patrons of the. school
combined together and gave a grand
picnic dinner and bran-dance, nnd
they succeeded admirably. There was
a lart;e array of candidates on the
ground and several made speeches.
The teremony of confirmation
was performed for twelve candidates
at the Jewish Temple last night. They
were Misses Rosa I'uld, Hatlic (iold
bautn, Flora Sumter, Carrio liauer,
Fannie Wolf, Mabel Dreyfus, Flor
ence Schloss and F rancis Ijcopold ;
Masters Moses llirsch, Leopold Mor
ris, Kdvtard llirsch and Harry l-enier.
An Associated I'lessdispateh from
St. 1-onis last night says: "l'r ies
controlling the Memphis and Little
Rock rail-oiul have decided ti extend
their line to Hot Nprings, and ulti
mat ly to Khoiinan, Texa. This
project is render, d necessary by the
Missouri Pacific, budding aline from
Raid Knob, Ark., on the Iron Moun
tain railroad, to Mclnphis."
The Fraim property on Marshall
avenue a- d Jell'erson street will bo
sold at the Court House to-day by or
der of the Chancery Court. That on
Marshall avenue has been subdivided
into nineteen lots, very desirab'e for
residences The property on Jellerson
street is near the Imposition building.
Only 10 per cent. cash is required pnid
down, balance on longtime. This is
a good chanci for person wishing a
homo or a go'd investment.
The Switchback Toboggan railway
starts at 2 o'clock to-day, und will run
until 11 o'clock to-night. At 6 o'clock
this morning ten guns w ill be fired in
celebration of the event, three at
noon, nnd from 5 o'clock on, every
half hour. The cnr,i have all arrived,
and everything willgoorl in fine style.
There is almost certain to be an im
mense crowd at tho opening. Tho
ground is resetted by the Mndisrn
st reet line of the new company and the
Vance street lino of the old company.
The Board of Supervisors yester
day appointed Capt. J. J. Dnnngh In
spector of it ilers, In opposition to the
desire of every po itician in thi end
of the State. Capt Dugan and Judge
Hammond voted for Darragh and Mr.
1 lessen for Charles llnclgalupo. Ex
citement has been hiit! for the past
month over the appointment and was
at fever heat yesterday, so much so
that several street fighta seemed immi
nent, inc Democracy of tho ap
pointee is questioned, but be vehe
mently denies the charge of Republic
Role Agents for Horace R. Kelly
l'o.' Key West Cigars.
The trade snppliod at New York
prices. A full assortment constantly
on hand nt. f.hn fnllnwlnir atnnila ivin.
trolled by us: Qayoso Hotel stand,
Peabody Hotel aland and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. i. samkukw a co.
Tin Hon. Casey Young returned
home yesterdny from Washington.
Lai'rknck Lamii returned yesterday
from a short trip to MiddleTennost.ee.
He is rapidly recovering froa his re
DR. E. LipfincoTT of this c ty on
Tuesday last read a paper on "Hay
Fever" before the Indiana Institute
Miss F'.u.a D. Tally returned borne
yesterday from Tine llluO, Ark., where
she spent several weeks very pleas
antly with relatives.
Apropos of a communication in an
other place, it is proper to announce
Hint Miss Annie l'arham has returned
to the city from Wushingt n, and will
resume herclassee in stenography on
Monday nex'. If the public could
only realize half the worth and va ue
of Miss l'lirhnm aa a successful teach
er, as her pupils do, it would require
a very largo building to hold all who
desired to take le sons of ht-r. Her
method is simple and direct, and her
instructions clear and pointed, so that
much of the dilliculty of grasping the
first lessons in stenography are over
come ty her, and she makes the way
plain for beginners, and smooth all
the way to the end for faithful stu
denta. KELI.ftEK A CO.
Moore Another Home Hum.
OUR THIRD DAY
has provt-n auother great success.
Our store was the busiest place in
the c ty, and the real Genuine Bar
gains our patrons are seruring it
Ihehe-trurt suiest adverli-emeut
of tho Grand Bargain Sale of
BOOTS AM SHOES,
inaugurated by us this week, to con
tinue for tlrrty days. We murt
auin im-r-fo it njion the public
i hst icr nv piVfc'rtf our tiMe and
nlur .!n k en tin (Wiinfm and martni
; - i ii i'ji to bare manufacturer' nut.
Y ..a iil c tve at h ait li ty percent,
by puri l.j'-irg your shots of us
it', nnd if yon come early yon
! Mat ure the choice of sis a and
1 1 vh-s.
F'.ir seet young lady graduates
ue have a specialty in
Hlillc Hid m-a Nalla Sillpprra
and 11 fu I a.
You are invited to call and con
vii Ci y.mr.udf of the fact that we
ojtau exactly what we eay.
zi:i.i.kk it I'O.
IS BBalOVin BY 1'HH CSC OF COCOA IS S,
And it stiinnlatea and promotes the
growth of the hair.
Burnett's Flavoring ExTract ar ths
HO t KnllPdax t l.anaarala for
yar Plnaablotr aa4 Waa-l'IIUas.
WILL START AT 2
it. lou i:xsti:i at itnos.
8EAS0BIABLK H.U! (JAIN'S.
In order lo meet the nuusual de
mand for Low-priced Tarasols we
have made a draft oa cur Wt.o'e
sale Deparlment and TO DAY we
place on our Cheap; Tables 2500
Parasols, which we will re'a'l at
the lowest jobbing price).
500 Striped Sateen Parato'.B, 20-Inch
canopy top, at 00;.
500 fine Serge Parasols, 20 inch can-
opp top, all colors, at 00c.
600 Satin I'arasolr, 10 rib, 20-inch,
scalloped edge, at $1 15.
500 fine Sntin Pans l', Ptkin
stripes, ll colorf, at $1 25
500 tiue.it Stin Parasols, 20 inch,
lined, scalloped edge, all tolois
at 1 50.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN OUR
200 dozen 6-Bnt'.on Length Silk
Mitt, black and colors, splendid
value, only 25c a pair.
200 dca-en 0 Bui tin Length Silk
Mitts, choice line of ct loin and
black, belter quality tban the
first, 50c a pair.
100 do n 0 Bui ion Silk Mitts, very
choice, colors and b'ack. Our
direct imprrta'ion.and superior
to any glove in the market in
fit, shape and quality, and well
woith 85c; onr price is 09c a
200 dot 8 Button Silk Mitts, choice
line of colors and black, and fir
superior to any glove sold in
this city for $1 j w e i Her them
at 75c fair.
Great Drive-Shopping- Bags at
Every Bag wehaveins'ock marked
from t4 op to 17 we oiler, to
close, at $2 50.
Every Bag marked $3 and 13 75 we
offer, to clote, at 12.
Every Bag narked f 1 50 and $1 75
we ofler, to close, at fl. -Every
Bag marked $1 25 you can
have at 75c.
B. LOWENBTELV at IIIIOS.
Rkk ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and Laundry on fifth page.
Kalsominimq telephone 600, Mc
Neil, Evrry one must attend the Butter
fly Carnival May 31st.
Dr. C. D. Smitii, Veterinary Sur
geon, No, CI Monroe, street.
Ladiks tan have spring sewing done
satisfactorily and reasonably at 2.0
Paint vour carriage for 75 cents
with Neal's Cnrringe Paint. For sa'e
by A. Ronkert.
Mrs. Florkntk Finly Moork's But
trfly Carnival May 31st, at Oayoso
Hotel, will bo a grand atlair.
Sknd a postal to the Memphis Collar
and Cnff Laundry, 61 Main street, to
call for your laundry.
Nkw classes in shorthand now form
ing for the summer term. Apply to
Miss A. C. l'arham, 116 Mnlbe:
Tas Herbal Chill Core, the best
tonloamt antt-iwrlodie known. A certain
and aure cure for ohilla. Price II per bot
tle. Send itamn for nlroulnri. Anf ref
erenra fixen. Addren John C. Hooker,
Th privi'eges for stands in Estival
Tark for the Carpenters' licnic, June
2d, will tie sold at Kstival Park be
tween 4 and 6 o'clock Saturday even
ing, May 27th.
Tin most efficacious stimulants to
excite the appe ite nre ANGOSTURV
HiriF.KS, nr. pared by Dr. J. O. B.
tgert A Sons. Be ware of counter
feits. Ask your grocer or druggist for
the genuine article.
Tux Sunday-school of the Lauder
dale Street Church will have their
picnic to-day at Lakeview, on the
Valley railroad. The children will
assemble at the church at 8:30 o'clock,
and will b conveyed bystreet tar
to the depot. Quite a ltre number
of the grow n people will at end. The
train will leave the depot at 9:30
Solid MI Yfrware at Mulfortl'n
To the lubllo.
Owing to change of gauge on the
Louisville and Nashville rail road Sun
day, May 30th, train No. 4. leaving
Memphis at 10:10 p.m Mav 20th, ana
No. 2, leaving Memphis nt 10:10 a.m.
My; Olh, w i 1 be discontinued.
1 ruin No. 1, due at 5 :15 a.m , No. 3
at 4:00 pm., May 30th, and No. . 1
May 3 st, will lso be iisoont tiued.
.S-helule of all trains will bo re
Buraed witri N.i. 4, leAving Memphis
Sunday at 10:10 p m , May ;0th.
WM. COL-CAMP, Sort.
Dyeing; and CleHuluf(
Ladies' and gente' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Reigd, fJ Jefferson stivet, Mem
phis, Tenn. t roods received by express.
APPEAL SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1886.
A 1 It EAT IAY FOK MEN
MENKES AMI COMPANY'S.
T went j Rousing Bargains To-Day
.V.E.'S AND BOW CL0T1II(;.
10.000 S-raw HatR-Mick'.naw, Ma
nilla nnd Canada straw at 25c,
50c, $1 and each worth
At f"50 Men's All-Wcol Tourist
Co.tJ, the latest novelty for
summer wear; regular price fit.
At JO 75 special 'ot of Men's A 11
Woil Cataimere .uits, worth 13.
At $15 choice cf all our fine import
ed Cheviot and Scotch Tweed
Su it s, sold every w L ere f oi $22 50
At$l 59rni thons'nd India Seer
siuk?r fc'ults, woith f3.
At 14 75 GenlW men's fine Cassi
inere Tr onsets, in plain and
fancy styles; a decided bargain.
i 1 12 07 Boy.' Smts, 4 to 13 years,
knee pants; regular price 4 50.
At $4 85 Boys' Fie.ich Cassimere
and Tricot Drets Suits: worth
3000 pairs of Men's, Youths' and
Eaajllab VTalklaaj Shoe
at. artor.iehlngly low prices.
Each pair guaranteed.
The House for SlilrMYalsta
Th!s being ouv great specia'ty,
we show TO-DAY
100 Mew Nlylea 807a' Walati.
Unsurpassed for beauty, nnsnr
parsed for cheapness and variety.
GRAND CLEARING SALE OF
(JESTS' SUMMER NECKWEAR
At Jiixt One Half Kegulnr Price!
Jl SILK SCARFS. 50c.
503 SILK S3ARFS, 25c.
Sieeial for Indie.
We exhibit TO-DAY our new ar
Silk Jer.ey and Lare Mitts,
Mikado Parasols and Fans,
French Bonuetsaod London Hats,
Jersey Jackets and French Corsets.
MENKEM AND COMPANY.
St a re It! Start'h! March!
We have bought at underwriters'
sale 0000 boxe- damaged starch, hich
will be sold in one or moro boxes at
less than half price. We must close
it out at once, and we sell it cheap, at
Sam Gabay's, nirent and commission
merchant, 400-413 Shelby street.
Fine Watch repairing at Mulford's.
In order to introduce the Alabama
Splint Coal in this market, it will be
delivered at :!tic per bnrrel in city lim
iui. It has 1 o fnp'i '
Y. M. PAITEHSON A CO.
OrderMMnllord Made Jledalr."
Wot KalliHlBr attUaaxomnralaa lo da
Molford, Jeweler, 804 Main, 80-
locits orders from the rountry.
from f0 upwards in the latest styles.
H If. Meyer, No. 227 Second street.
Cull at once or send postal for desigus.
Don't leuve until you ha.ve bought
your trunk and valise at the New
Memphis Trunk Facto y, 3;1 Main
Street. OOOPMAN A VARKETT.
Slouogruui llauglets Mulford
WThe firm of GOODBAR tx CO. has been dissolved, and wa bars reonraniMd oor interest in the WholeeaU Boo
and Shoo Business, in connection with Mr. W. E. Love, lata of Warran, Lota cfc Co., St Louis, Mo, and Mr. J. O
Callicott, of Coldwater, Miss., nnder the style of and firm name given below. We thank oor friends for their patronaga
in the past and hope for a continuance of their favors. ' A. B. GOO DBA", g
0 IJ. H. GOODBAB.
A. B. eoODBAI,
Lata of Ooodbar A Co., Memphii.
GOOB3BAR, LOYE & CO
307 & 3G9 Main
We are now receiving a lareo and En'lrely Kew Nlek of Eastern and
Spring Trade of 1886, which we otter at iitoek Ilotioiu 1'rleem,
be madfi hv nv comnetir.u mnrket.
JA.tlt:.S C. HELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO,
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.,
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
laddies. Harness. Collars.
What It Will Be Fashionable
To Co and Not To Do.
HIXT3 OX ETIQUETTE.
Sensible and Seasonable Advice
Especially Adapted to Mem
phis and Vicinity.
Black hosiery will be much worn,
but the man who comes home late at
night with a black eye will be re
garded with suspicion. Full particu
lars at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
2G2 Second street.
Many of last year's bonnets will be
worn, but the owners won't feel hap
py while wearing them. The males
of the family, however, can save the
cost of several new bonnets by buy
ing their Spring Suits at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 2C2 Second street.
Men who wear wigs need not lift
their hat to those lady acquaintances
they meet in the street during a
wind-storm. The wind is liable to
carry away their wigs. Wise men
will, however, contione to buy their
clothing at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 262 Second street.
Curl-papers will be much worn in
the morning, but false hair should
bo 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,
2C2 Seciud street.
In writing love lottcrs don't call
your best girl a "ducky darling" more
than 309 times. She might remem
ber that a duck waddles and feols in
sulted at the comparison. Compari
son, however, is the true test of
merit, and comparison shows that
the prices at the Misfit Clothing Tar
tars are much less than prices else
where. In spring marriages it will not be
fashionable 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, 2G2 Second street.
It is fashionable garments at un
fashionable prices that you got at the
Misfit Clothing Parlors. If you want
to get the most for your money come
262 SECOND STREET,
Opp. Court Hqnare,
Open CTrBlai till a, Satardaja
JiJ All alterations to insure a per
fect fit done free of charge.
N.B. Wo have several hundred
Seersucker Coats and Vests which
will be sold at $1 25.
"London" Trouser Stretcher
1 J Patented in Eu'opa and Urn-
imri.'W. r.r n.rn .a
1 all.d NlMim for celrbrated
John Hamilton 4 Co. Strotch
rr. Take! bamcln ut of
or caat ihape. Only patented
mioiCDffr cuinuminKicraw r.'u
m combination with clampa.
ill . 1 .. . .
Original and y alrrlcber
uar Jf-r irailrntr-n' ear. lif
Sxiwa i-eourelr parked. Price ti 5(1. Write
nrrirruNr . Aepnta wnted in everr oity.
J. H. SHIWItMS A H( , Hln.H-.
PTI.pS In'"t relief. Final cure in
irn UHya, inn never re'uru.
No purre, no aalve, no (.uvpoaitory. buffer
era will learn of a aimnle remedy, Kree, by
addreuinf C. J. MAbO',78katauit.,K.Y.
H. GOODBAR, W. B. LOWE,
Ooodbar A Co.. Memphis. Lateot Warren, Lore
and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenu.
OrriCENo. 24 HIGH STREET.
Jamea H . Ooodbar I Won. 1a, Clark KaR-ene J. Carrlaartoii rrank . Joaea
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
TXTE offer to MEHCHAHTS) OStI th larireit and beat (took of Boot! and Shoe! wa
TV havo ever brought to thia market, and which cannot be anrpaaied in quality and
tyleibyany home in thia or any other city. In addition to a oomplete line of Kaitero
made gooda, inoludinr the I tLr BSiTKO HOOOSAR A CO. BKOU a 1VN, we handla
a large and leleot atook of Cuitom-made Gooda for Men, Women, Miaiei and Children. Wa
carry a number of the beat makes in the country, in ever variety nd it) le, and among
them ithe well known Men'i Calf Boot! and Shoe! manufactured by Oeo. Hooker for our
Spring Trade. V) e also carry a ohoice line of Ladiei' and Mines' Custom Kid, Uoat and
Calf Goods, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman A Co. We invite the trade to examina
onr itook before buying elsewhere, and wa guarantee everything we sell to give satisfaction.
NNOUNCE M ENTS.
For Jndge or the Criminal Cnnrt.
MEHSKH. hapnleon Hill, Henry J. Lynn,
John W. Uillard, 11. M. Neely, W. i.
Iiethe , K. G. Craig k Co., G. V. Kambaut,
A. L. Lowenatein, J. S. Menken and others
In response to your call upon me to be
come a candidate for the office of Criminal
Court Judge of 8h-lby county, with sincere
thanks lor your kindness and courtesy, I
hereby announce myielf as a candidate for
the position, lubject to the action of the
A. M. LAMBETH.
Clerk of the Criminal Conrt.
WE are authorised to announce R. 8.
CAPERS tlor twenty-one yean Dep
uty) as a candidate for Clerk of the Criminal
Court of bhelby county, lubject to the Dem
WE are autho-lied to announce D AB"EY
W. COL1 IEK aa a candidate lor Clerk
of the Criminal Court of Shelby county,
subject to the Democratic Convention.
County Court Clerk.
WE are authorised to announce that
RICHARD A. ODLl'M le a candidate
for County Court Clerk, aubjeot to the action
of the Democratic Convention.
CXTR are authorised to announce P. J.
VV QUlULhYal a candidate for Clerk of
the County Court, subject to tbe action of
the anelby County 1'ejiocratic vonrenuon.
Judge or Ibe frobata Conrt.
WE are authorised to announce J. P.
YOUNG as a candidate for the office
of Judge of the Probate Court, subject to th
aotion of the County Democratio Convention.
WE are authorised to announce JOHN
M. BRADLEY as a candidate lor
Trustee ot Shelby oounty at the ensuing
August election, subiect to th action of th
WE are authorised to announce AN
DKfcW J. HA KRIS as a oun dilate for
re-election to the office of County Trustee,
subiect to the action ot th Demooratio Con
vention. THK Appeal Is authorised to announce Mr.
N F. LKMAbTKK as a eandidate for
the office of Trustee of Shelby county, sub
iect to the action of th Democratio Conven
WE ar authorised to announce OKORflB
B. PKTKR8, Jr., as a candidate for
the offioe of Attorney-General, lubieot toth
action of th Demooratio Convention.
THE Appeal Is authorised to announces.
D. WkAKLKY a a candidate for Attorney-General,
aubjeot to th Democratic Con
vention. For RXrlaier.
TO the Voters of Bhelby County and My
Friends I hereby announce myself lor
the second time a candidate for the office of
County Register, subject to th Democratio
Convention. I am poor and need the office.
Feeling that my pat terviceaaa servant of
the pe ple has given satisfaction, and that l
an oome before the people and ask their
lurTragea and upport for County Roiriater, I
am, respectfully, JOHN A. POWKL.
WE are anthoriied to announce N. F.
(BUNK) HARKISON as a candidate
for Register, subject to the action of th
Demooratio County Convention.
THE Appeal Is authorised to announce
JOHN F. McCALLUM aa a candidate
for Register, suiject to th action ol the
THE undersigned announces that he is a
candidate lor Register, and aaks the
miMirt nt the voters of Shelby county. If
elected, will endeavor to give satisfnetion in
the discharge ot the duties ot tneomce, ana
places his claims subject to tbe action of the
County Democratic Convention
T110.S. B. CRENSHAW.
Memphis, March 28, 1SS6.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Kerrvllle, Tenn., is a
. candidate for RKGIsTKR. subject to the
action of the Democratio Convention.
1TE are anthoriied to announce E. A.
VV EOMONoSON aa a randidato for
County Register, subject to the action of th
TIIE Apreal fa authorised to na-omM
JiiHN W. GOULD iw a codu:t I'.ir
the office of Hgi'rr, nh-t tc the action of
th Democratic Convention.
Jnriar ar Hip' Orrnlf t nnrl.
WM. S. FLll'i IS' is a caul ill 'i';t"nr Cir
cuit Ju.ls ,f lrv Count.', rubject
to the act' jn ol a i'caio.-rati.' Ci-ct-ntion.
Wear" uthorir.il to nn nnce T.. II. T.S
TK'', Jl a -ami; jitte for '-do of ll d
Circuit C u t. n ,!. , t to tbs a A.a ct lt
Democr.itic Go ; oniion.
JAMHfS L. G0OPL0K will be a candHi.to,
beinre th Democrati Convention, for
nomination to the office of Judre of the Cir
cuit Court; and. if deieated, will support
the successful nominee.
We are authorised to announce that JOnN
JOHNoTuN is a cand date for Judge of the
Circuit Court of Shelby County, subject to
acrion pf the Iemncrat;c Convention.
mt UNDEVELOPED PARTS
On r f --.it.iraj-T
- T. lr.t.. r. rin aW.
J. O. CAIXirOTT.
A Co., St. toaij. Lata of Coldwatar,
Custom-Made Boots am! Shoes for
on as liberal terms as can
I'. MEYEIt, cc'Jr aud 1 reiw.
DURING the season we will receive Ben
Hart's Berrie Homing and evening.
Just received a fresh lot of Kennedy foe
Biscuit and Cakes.
Butter Scotch, Beatrice, Albert,
Lemon Cream, Jelly Drops, Shrewsbury,.
Cocoanut Tally, Royal Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. Assorted Jelly, Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM Sc. CO.
Corner Second and Beale Sts.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importers and dealers In dan. Ammo,
nllloa and rialilusr Tarkle, Bulldera'
Hardware, tleolrlc Hlls and As
nnnelaiorafor Hotels and rtealdences,SS
Main alreet. Minioln, Tenn. Eleotri
lupplioi alwayi on hand. Repairlnat neatly
SHEA & MCCARTHY, Propr's,
110, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
ONE OT THE LARGEST BCILIR SHOPS
in th South, and th only complete
Boiler and Set-Iron Wurki If the city.
Hanofnetnrera of lieavy ttlaie Iron
work of every denerlitlon. BpeclaJ
attantlnn rtvee in plantation work.
Importer and Dealer In
Sua, Flahlntr Tar kin and Sporte
mena Nnppllea. aa- Speoial attention
given to MANUFACTURING and RE
41 a HfMln MnMemp!iiH.Tenn
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers.
84S Main St., BlempUlisTenn
ITUblnfr a Retire from Bualnee
we Oner onr Kntlre
STOCK AT COST.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Sang, Animnnition, Flablng Tackle
and Ba8fl-Hall Hoodg.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
3;l Main at I roe t, flempbla, Tenai
fiiamiVuriuring and Repairing of Guns a
Joi'.i CrusT'"'!', Ja.
C. N. GaoavKNoa.
0VEBT0K & 6R0SVENCR,
Real Estate Dealers
lWi:?sTS V IiBOHJCB.9,
0Loe. 261 Second Street.
m. M. Cor. aecaxAi a net lonrt,
rsarHis, . txkstehmce.
RHAL ESTATJ BOUGHT AND SOLD,
Taies Paid. Recta ColltoMi. etc., on
olre ta a,iii,pen.
MaurBtH, '1 km a . , May 20, im.
OWING to tbe change of gauge of tbe
Memphis and Charleston Railroid
Monday, May :ilat, no freight will be re
ceived after o o'clock p.m. Thursday, May
27th. until 12 o'clock noon May 31-t, eirept
to point between ' era his and Uu Uville,
which ill b rece'Ved until 5 p m Nr28h.
After May 20th all freinht in cnr-kud Iota
must be unloaded within twenty-lcur hour
efter arrival at destination, or it will be un
loaded by the Company at the expanse of
the consignee. All parties are rsiar-ated to
have every car unloaded by 12 o'clock noon
Saturday. May ?'th
R. B. FKGRAM, Eupcrintendent.