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RAILROAD IM TABLE.
Xoi1iTlllr,Kew Orlaaaa aa Tnw B'y
Ob ui alter Mi J ltwi, pea.enger trami oa
(hi road will run follow:
II en phi
4:l . : a.ra
a: p. ml 7:21 a.
10:3 p.m, 4:(.T a.m
10 a.m1 1:13 a.m
:44 a.a,ll:l p.m
6:1(5 e.mi : p.m
8:14 a. ml 7:M p.m
9:10 a.ml &:( p.m
A With til linna e n taring Memphis.
B-With M. k N. W. K. K. (or Helena.
0 For (ireonville end Hunting ton, and all
P-Wiib V. A M. and V., S. k P. Rallroada.
K-With ., J. AC. K. R. fur Aatcbei and
5 For Puinu oa th Branch.
With ateainere tor Bayou Sara.
B With railroeda diverting for Florida.
Tev.ua and Mit nointa.
JAs. M. KDW 4 RDM, V. P.andQ. M.
VI. IU'HKK. General Bup't.
A. J.KNAPV. it P. A. ,
Mlaalaalpttl ana Trnneaeee. Trains
move a follow!: New Orleane nail arrival
daily at 9:1 a. in. ; leavea iially at 5:11 p an.
Berdis aecoinui'datinn arrivua daily at H.Vt
a.m. ; leave daily at r:2l) p.m. New Orlrane
mail train will nut 'top at any flat Nation
between Meinpbi and Kardi. or at b te
haven, H irn Lake. Nt bit and Love. Freight
iraina do Dot carry pasaengcra.
Newport Amerind MUalaalnrtt Val
ley. Train mora a totlowa: No. I (taat
Una dally) leavea at 1U:. a.m. No. 2 leavea
at 11:40 pro. daily, bt. l,oui fart lint
laavei drily at : p.m. No. 1 (taut line
daily) arrival at 1:30 p.m. Mail and ai
ere arrive daily at ft:l'a.m. tit. Louil
faat line arnvoa daily at V:(Jf a.m.
Loniavllle and Nahvllle Train!
move aa tullowa : K.i't mail arrives daily at
5ilfa.m.: leavea at 10:111 p.m. : mail leavts
dnily at 10:10 a.m.) arrivna at I :() p.m.
Brownrvilia aceouimn latiom leavet daily
air-apt Sunday, at ft :1 p.m. ; arrive daily,
inapt Sondar, at II 50 a.m. (standard time).
MeanphU nnil Mill Horlt Trains
novo a tnllnwa (central stand rd time):
So. 1 leave daily at k.Jft p.m, i arrita at
9:. p.m. No. . leave at fi:.V n.m. : arrive
at ft l a.m. No. f CreU-ht) leave Itoperield
daily (eieept Sundiy) at 6:00 a.m.; arrive!
at 7:10 p.m.
BJrmiitila and Chnrleaton Trains
move a follow: Through extre leave!
daily at lOi'JU p.m. Jr ail and exprep leave
daily at 10:(i a m. S'niierviMe aoooniinoita
tion leave daily, except Hundtiy, at f::0
p.m Thronirh exprec arrive dtiily at ft
a.m. Mull and expreM arrive daily at 4 :W
S.m. Ki'merville accommodation arrive
ally, except Kunday, at H : 'Ml a.m.
(Jnir Hoillv (HHliana I lly, Mprlltli:.
Ilrl'l nail li'iiilil(.)-Triiin leave M. and
T. depot a fol nw: No. 4, Kanra t ity ex
rreaa, leavo t 10: a.m.; No. 3, Kanaw!
CUT expreH, arfivel at 3::t0 p.m. No, 2,
Knaa City mail, leave at:00 p.m.; No. I,
Kana Cily mail, arrival at 8:4 a. in. No.
S, St. Lou in and Chicami eiire-a. eavea at
0:00 p.m.; No. 1, Kt. Louil and Chicauoei"
pre, arrive at H:4.'i a.m. In elect bunduy,
April IK, 1H.
Miinitala, fUrinlnielinm ftitl Af Inn
tin Hollv Sprinir Koute Train move a
lollowa: No. 1 leavea Meinphii daily at 3:4."
Bm.: arrlvea at Holly Spring at 8:30 p.m. t
No. 2 leavea Holly ppring dnily at tt:00
a.m., arrive! at Mrmiibli at '1 :15 a.m.; No.
( loawei Maniphil daily at 7 :30 p.m., arrival
at Holly Spring at 11 :MI p.m.; No. Alnuvni
fioHy Hpring daily at 3;30 a.m., arrive at
WiSHixuTim, June 2, lSHfl, 1 a.m.
hiil i'uIioiir: For TenncHH' c, fair
i'ntlit!r, HliKlitlv riHiler. I'nr Arknn
bbh, lot'Hl riiinu, hli(,'litly wnrmcr.
For Miiwippi nnd Inminana:
era'ly fair withrr; vcurhj tUilitmnry
prrtiturf; wu'hirlij vimU Ftir Til
fair urnthiT, rxopl in the northern por
tion; lonil rmnt, variable wimln; nearly
For Arkmmif, diylithj warmer, variable
wtnd; eandithnt favorable for mire loeal
llortHJ in Arknn Mm,
For Tennmee and kmtucky, fair
weather, ri'njhthj eonler; variable wind)
MmmK, Ti., June 1, lRRfl.
Bar. I Thtr.
7:00 a.m. L'!).8S(! 7fl,o N.K
11:00 a.m. :'i).000! SftO W.
8.00 p.m.lHi4! 111.0 W.
7:00 p.m. W KSrt! 7S.0 K.
10:00 p.m.b) 8K(t! 7S0 I S.K.
Maximum Uimpnraturo, 1)3.0.
Minlmnm temporaturo, 73.0.
Ozone, 11 o'clock A.m., 1.
Im tha Tottoa HoKlon.
Sihnal SaavirE. D. 8. Abmt,
Juno 1, 1880-6 p.m.
Divinion of telegrams and rpporta for
the bmfit of coiunicrce and sgricnl
ture. Cotton rnnion bulletin forthii
twenty-four honra ending Juno let. 6
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oBB p B B g.
m 73 .00
88 m .03
fli! tffl .00
!U 8 .01
fll 71 M)
l 08 .01)
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"'I ti8 M
nVt 7i" .
- tW .71
IH (11) ,(H)
t'i 72 .00
m "3 .uo
ll!'7 11(11 1 24
HI' 70 10
iB B a B 5
1 c 3 c 2"
8(1 l3 :s
84 (Jli .00
8(i 0(1 .('
ID 71 .03
87 (K! .0'.'
13 .;) .( s
!Hi d'. M
Hit l,i) .(Hi
W 71 .01
:oss 8ls .71
Oharlei iou ....
Little Ko. K...
ict'iihcs were issued
"Urt inci-ts to day.
'iirtant a in likclv to
Du iraiicai H'
. mi IB
TliO tnliiijvpri vi 1 run to day, In-
g nninjf n n iot'k, atul con inuo
iluri"vt tlif pi inc.
T'f Carpenter.,' and PtiircrH'
riation meet at the Kniirhlsof
uinfaii Hall to night.
i ry lawyer in Memphis
,; 'nl Convention
number hut quarter was 212, and the
largest during the winter 230.
Vineia, or the Phantom CtVy, by K.
Werner, from the Gr rn.an ; The Mayor
of Catterltriilg', by Thos llard; North
Aiwrican lieHev and 77i forum for
June at Mansfurd's.
Justice (uigley held an icipiest
yesterday uKn t' e body of a negro
infant, found in a well near the corner
of Lantija veil ue and I un lap street No
clue to the unnatural mother rou'd be
The hot was intense yesterday.
The atmosphere from 9 to 4 o' lock
was dense, i low and almost insuffer
able, lot it b came much cooler after
6 o'clonk, ar.d at midnight it was qui e
The reception and wai ing rooms
at the county aluiMhouse have been
handsomely frescoed by an inmate
wt o drifted into the place from the
combined nlluencri of alcohol and an
Since the (rradinvr, paving and
track laying haH been done on Madi
son street and Marshal avenue, jirop
erty, which was quoted at tlO a foot
with no bidders has r sen tofJ5 with
a lively demand.
There will be a prize dance by
little girls under the ago of ten tears
at the carpenter-and joiners' picnic
at .festival pak to-day. All thiioo
who wiah to part filiate will please he
m hand at 4 o'cloik p. m.
William Wa't.h. J. J.Dnffy-Martin
Kelly, J'. McCadden, John Walsh, A.
Walsh, John J. (Shea, John S. Sullivan,
I'. M. Winters, M. K. Carer, l'at
oslin, J 1' rancis and J. liyrne yes er
day applied for a charter for the Adam
At a meeting of the Hoard of
DircctoiK of the Mt-rchants' Cotton
rrcHsand Storage Company, held yes
terday, ollicers fur the ensuing yea'
were elected as fnl own; Napoleon
Hill, president, II. A. Montgomery,
general niiringcr, S IS. Montgomery,
se re ary and treasurer.
The Aei'HAL olliee was treated to
a serenade las', night by the liluH City
Maud, iihhMciI bthe San Francisco
'Jimrte te. The baud is compesed r f
Kd. Schafer, lirst vioin;Chas. Ia-im-nd,
second violin; Dan. Kinkle,
flute; Then Schat le, cornet; Will
Kmery, bass; Henry l-pvy, trianiilo
In the Police Court yesterdav,
when the case of Mr. N. 1'icard,
charged with having assaulted Mr.
WftUer Kennnly, came up for triul,
Mr. I'icard submitted his case without
argument. Several witnessed wero
heart!, President Madden lirally dis
charging the defendant, no blond
having been spilled, and there being
no do ire to prosecute.
- Fx-Tollct'iimn loveless was sen
tenced to ore year in (he Work-HouB
for fraudulent breach of trust. Some
time since loveless, who at that time
owned an interest in the steamboat
Tiger, was iiivm $M)0 by Mr A. M.
lloyd to pay partiet on I ho St. Francis
river, lie npjiror riated it to his own
use and afterward left for Wash ngt n
Territory where ho was captured on a
telegram sent by Chief Davis, lie
did not appeal. The csf in the rase
amounts to f3o0, wli'iif)tiiill make his
whole sentence nboutA), tovears.
Secretary Hill of, "heej,,,,! Hoard
hasr ecived.anumlifKelu "Jem lately,
principally "from l Mistin s ating
that the writers havl bfl ''at there
is a vacancy in ttic aTuntl wherineiin-
tendent, and nHkinJVml turdeS,,t to
tha place. Ago. coS'ir impovei ,n,i
hair, height and we
cases given, and a fe
ICSt 01 f 4.rV
are accompanied hv
'I ho book agents are r.
tressing extremis Hide
le to keep
resort to expedients noV1", witn
and vile There is not 'ots to
not likelv tn bo a vacaVi"!? he
olliee of Superintendent. Jcncee
Agents for Horace R. V
t;.'8 Key West Cigars.
Tho trade supplied at New Yoritf
prices, a ma assortmont constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by uh: Gayoso Hotel atand,
Peabody HoUd stand and 310 Main
street, Freeh shipments received
weekly. i. samkijion a co.
JHairord. Jeweler. 89 Main, an.
locits orders frnm the eon n try.
H. LOWKKNTKIN A IlltOS.
1KT GOODS 1IULLE1I'.
We advertised In Sunday's issue
ofthispspsr Zephyr and Etamlne
Colored F.inbroidered Robes, very
handsome goods, that w ere former
ly sold at $.0, $'J5 and f 30, for $10
ca ih. As they do rot nnvo fast
ennugh, we offer thrm this nioi n
irgat J7 50. Commetits mm' ess
iary, as lira is an Uuhe.ird-of bar
gain. Wes'ill have a (hw of those 1. am' -some
Slrljied Zcpli)r Ilnbes,
which arrivtd too la'e for us to re
c 'ive at tin price com r c ed for.
We have bprn ilirec el by te im
p rt-r ti cloaw them out at 5 e o.n
he do Ur. Tiify would he cheap
at $13 fiO; we ciW them .t $ii M,
Inch is far below cost of produc
tion. While Goods Department.
50 pci 24 -inch While Lint n I.swo,
WHirnied all rrnro linen, a"tua
va'ns 371c. We p'a"e this lot cn
mle a' 2rj a ya'd.
One case Sjirinttt'de Mull Plpi Is,
Sheer, pret'y goo Is, and belter
vs uh than snyihu.g offered hv us
before. TI is cash will be so 'd at
l."ic a yard.
Two cafe fine 4 4 Utica Shirlieg,
ptc'al va'u, (o clcs,; we oiler
tlii lot at 10c m yar I.
Three c&M'sHo.ik fold l.org Clntb,
20 y rils to the holt ; tt.o jr,ce this
w.ieR, 2 per belt.
Fans, Fans, Fans.
We a-e showing the hrgast and
most va'ieJ stick of (i,u3naling
F n eer dif idayed in the city, ai
p ies never before cfler d.
Petutifnl line cf Whi'e and
Cr am (iauxs F'ans, fr.tn $2 15 to
II ind-naiuted Satin Fans, from
Don', buy a Fn until you have
iosj.ecttd our stock.
. LOWENNTEIX A MKON.
MEMPniS DAILYfTAPPEAL.-AVEDXESDAY. JUNE 2, 1886.
A LI 1 Ell A L OFFER.
n?E TBOIIAID DaLL4J T4
AST CHAKI TABLE IRiail
TITIOS, It II C'aBB b ! aa II la Staled
Rwheeter, S. V.. Union end AdvertUer.
Friend of Ex-President Aitbur are
very much diiqu;eted.
Of coarse hm im not oirirtodie
He is in thetandjofavtry particular
Hi i doctor dees Eot call it Brigbt's
Dsaase! No, it is itoaath d Border
tra'. be is snffrr ng from now. and cf
ery few boars he takes a old, aod
fiom time ti t'ine n any other symp
toms are developed. Ttiese symptoms
me public MionM know a e rcailv t e
oi dary to Briuht's D s-t:te.
His (.hrsioianj say that everything
tt atmcicil tk II rai do fjrh.inis
Tnisis cot sol
Thlscaie is a pnminent oie be-
raii'e ttie sereril is ao t x-Pmi'Jent:
and yet theie are thousands of farm r
quittly dying in their farm-h"usts of
seconrlary sympiun tf lirighl's
Duels', csilcd by eviry other con
ceivable name: thousands ot work
men, likewue dying, leaving helpless
lamilKs; huDdrids o' tuonsamls of ail
walks of life who have eiiksned. and
are likewite dying, belphsi vittims (f
powerleis l hVcician.
Ivght jens ago a vtry well known
gentleman was about tj enter upon
laigs commercial transections. His
n edica.1 a lv s-r qui- tly dropptd into
rus omce one day atiU told nis c nli
denliul clerk tLat be wi.u'd be dea l in
three norths, and that he ouulit to
set'le up bis humness s Quits a once!
luat nan is alive and well today;
yet Le wa given up an lrcuratile with
tne ssrno iliseaie tuiit Is tilin g Uen
Our reporter mtt this gentleman
yest' rday ai d in cenverBation about
th Geni ral s crop, he siid :
"1 will give l iOiiOlo any charitable
"inttitut'on in the Slate of New York,
"to be (Wgoateil by the editor of the
"New Yora World, the editor of the
"Hulfal i AWci snd W.E Kissell.uig'i
"oftheTioy Timet, if Wamei's sufe
' cure (taken acctirdirlg to mydirec
tione), wnicn cured me eight years
' ago, tannot cure den. Chi s.er A. At
"thur cf DJght's diseaie, from which
re is sintering.
"Now I want you to understand,"
he -a d, "that we do not profess to
"make new kdceys, but we do
"know from personal experience and
"from the txtenenc) of many thou-
"..ar.ds ol similar cases that we ran
"attplha consumption of the kid
' neya. Many a man hts gone through
"life vii'h one kidi.ey wilhont incon
"veiiietice. Thnmandj of people have
"lived a maj ority rf their life wilh
"one lung. They did not have a new
"lung mih. We do not make new
"kldieys, but if the kidney is cot
"coisumed tco much we can stop
"disease and prolong life if laken iu
Thisofftsr comrs fiom H. H.Warner,
prcprie'or of Warntr's Bifs cure, of
this c ty.
Mr. Warner a'si said, "My dear tir,
"thee are Governors, Senate ra, Presi
"deutial car.diJa'es, members of Con
"giess, prominent men and women all
' over the countiy whom I personally
"know have luen cured of disrns1,
"duch as Ot n. Arthur suffers from, by
"oil! Warner's la'o cure, but owing to
"the circles in which they move they
"do not caro to giva public teetimor.ial
"to i he fact '
Mr. Warner Is Jnteraated in 0n.
Anhur's ctss because he is personally
acquainted with bim snd he rays that
it is a thame that any man should be
al'owed to die under the operation of
old-fn?hioiied powerful cathartics,
which have no curative effects, rather
than that a modem, conceded specific
tiior Kinney uieeace whose woitn la ac-
Kooieugea woiid-wiue, should save
"If yon doubt the efficacy of War
ner's stfe cure," siy the proprietors,
"a'.k your friends and neighbnis about
it. This is aking but litt'e. They
can tell you all you want to know."
"We have kipt a standing offer be
fore the public lor four years," sava
Mr. Warner, "that we will give 15000
to any person who can successfully
dispu'e the genuineness, so far as we
know, of the toitimoMals we publish,
and none have done it."
Were Gen. Arthur a poor roan, un
able to be left "in the bands of his
physician," be wonld use that great
remedy, s tnar.y thousands of others
have done, and get well.
How absurd then for people to say
that everything that can be done is
being done for the ex-President, when
the one successful remedy in the
world that has cured, or that C4n cure
a tase like his, has not been used by
Qcotation coinmit'nos for Jut o of
tho Miri:hntM r.xcliani;n: Or oo ics
in 1 rriviniotiH W. II. llorton. clmir-
tnnn ; Jim. H. To f, I). W Fly. I'ro-il'i'i'-li.
Iiwhorii, rhnirnmn; M.
vtnlt. lira n-T. It Kiiub, clini'inun ;
C. II. Taylor. Flour-Hiuh Petti-!,
c'n irmiin ; 1, 1'. Ilonolson. Cotton
St'til Pro Itictg J. W. C'ot'liriin, t luir
limn ; 8 J. ('nmp, V. (1. Ijittiii);.
Hkk ail. of Mt'inpliis 8tonm Shirt
Factory and Ijnuulry on llftli pane.
Kaixomimno teltilione (K)t, Mc
Neil. 1R. C. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geoii, No. 61 Monroo Btreot.
Omkoa Hour, the bo t Try it.
IIOOLUKI D, II AN At' Kit A CO.
"pRMiitkNT Clevpluml'B Wedding
Marrli." by Inidor Witniark, waa re
teived yettiirday by O. K. Ilouek &
Lapiiu ran have spring sewing done
natiHfactorily and reasonably at '2.0
Paint your carriage, for 7I cents
with Neal a t'arriagt Paint. For su e
by A. Kenkert.
SkND a postal totlifi Memphis Collar
and CntT Laundry, 61 Main street, to
cull lor your louui'ry.
Nkw claRHOs in shorthand now form
ing for the milliliter term Apply to
Mism A. C. Parhain, llti Mulberry
Miss Amik will exhibit the wrk ol
her pupil on Friday at her studio,
"SO Main street. The seholara are
requested to have their work in by
Anoostuba lliTTKus are the best
remedy lor removing indigestion and
all diseases originating from the di
gestive organs. Ueware ol cuntcr
leita. Ask your grocer or druggiHt lor
the genuine ancle, manufactured by
ti. lv. n rgert & Sons.
Klabo'ate and jilain frescoing eie
cuted bv IxdM'r ltros. in the latest
styles, No. 389 Main gtrett, at O. K.
Honck A Co.'s,
C. B. SALLOW A V CO Paoranrroa.
Ketae tl iu and S3 per day, aeeor ins to
aiae and lueatioa of room Speetad
RW Binion.Kmland W M Johnaton, N Y
J L Baiter. Ark
J P Port wood. ilhU
U H Matlaek. k
k L UuoUbar, Tens
JO L ho., Xt-nn
i U,t','i'in. r"
A W Cull.r (U.K.
0 V Taturo, k.r
u It I'eraoni, Si X
J C Zimmerman, N
o n ureen, Ubio
John Maihtr, N Y
V H lienderion. Ark
J L Lov.laue, Tenn
II L Mrl'h.r.r.n. I.I
JO Van Hrn. Ill
Y Mnmoni, tcOD .ido r mellcn, L.a
Alti Jacob, N Y V M Iluvall, lenn
C L White, Winn J no s Cooper, 1) C
JKKoberU, M i J Meyer, Mo
W J Tailor, Ala J J Jonea, Mo
WPr.ir, p ti 8 (iiean, Tenn
WRLerr. M.l Mr. II l ,n. k'.
Mr A W lalney,Ark Mn L Hmitb Jt e, lex
uj -iiki. Am vi a KidridKe, La
8 J Christian, Miaa K 0 Crair, ieun
reu urull, lenn
H M Pajrno, Tenu
W ' 8 eg, 111
I II htuart. Mo
J C Tutl, Mn
K ajtie, .M i
R C Welliurd, N Y
A U Settle, Tent)
A i; t'hauilierr, Ala
MrB Snuih, h C
W iiala. Tain
R K B illiuaton, Miai
II P Itodaeri, Ark
11 Ovarbark. Mo
J LC ckr 4 wife, Tenn
a irtri, len
W L blovall, Va
J B Granule, Tenn
W B Cr.iKbton, Ala
PB Koule. Ark
I tu tckert, M
B it Milt A wile, Mini
I L 8 Iloldin. Mo.
Tne Btw UaruM.
FARKIMUTOKI, STEWART k WHITE,
Ratei, 12 50 to M er d-r, aeeordinc to Iocs-
ttoo o roouia.
J E Blake, Mir P P Van Vleet, Tenn
Mr Van Vleet, Tenn Mil M McKay, Tcn
Mii B McK.v, Teun J iluabe Aw, Mia
JWTanay, Ky 8 11 Buchanan, Ark
J C Wheeler M ia M K Lewis, Mo
J II Freeman, Term J M Kreidiimn, Tenn
K M Pre diouo, Tunn T U Jackon, Tenn
A J Webtrr. N V 111, Ari,,tl T.
J J (into., Tnnn 11 11 Cole, M V
t; Luiiiit, &!!.- M acter ( oilier. Mill
Mr J E Jhuii-, Mici T II Baldwin, Tvnn
li VV T-rry. Miii T W Moaeby.Tenn
M K Weil, N v Mr L Payne, Tonn
Mia I. Hmni. Tenn J II Chanlin. Ark
ri J Abbott, M' UN Lindy, Ky
11 I 1 ay or. Mif! It .1 Murium. T.iin
J L Kulao, Olii i J W Harrow, MUa
N B.ickor.wii', Oa N W Madden, Tenn
K L tii.oub.r, Tenn W II Kidridire, La
II I. Mul'her.xiin. IS Y .1 I. Vn ll,.rn V V
W C r harne. Ti'im 8 J M P.rk. Mi..
J J SiuipMin, Tenn C B t arutlur. All
K.l .Morruuiin, tenn J II Wilroo, Ark
HC'U.urko, Ark TBKecd, Tenn
t 11 f uu, lenn.
Itutly'a t:arufHn Kolel,
Corner of Adnma and Main itreot. Room!,
one, i.jo and II per day: American Plan,
$2 per day.
FIrteliiH Hnatuurant In IKa ITntnl
J. M. Dili k (in year wilhPeaoody Uutel)
J K Ciirpenlrr. Tenn F Murphy, Tnnl
r J UiilUwell, lenn T J Monier, N V
I) 11 ttenhiiu c, Tenn 11 Felduian. Ark
J Human. Tenn
C ' 1 1 oiiri uh , lenn
l r shodei, lenn
W McJriror, Ark
J P Hillard, 8C
K L Willis, Trim
J K Gilbert, Uhio
W A ilinamo e, Muai
J Miller, Ark
W J Bell, Tex
0 U (luilirie, Tnn
' W Veareer, Tenn
W T Merchant, Tenn
L P Jordan, Tonn
II Lyon. Ti'nn
A B Hi, 7i.ll. Mi-
T J Kbolluor, Tenn
J 8 Werley, Ali
v Mcliiencir, Ark
11 I' Henry, lenn
L P V ill im me. Tenn
h W Hell, Tex
T J Campbell, Tenn
K J Meek, Ark
W. II. BINUIIAM Mminit
European plan. Knlarited and returnithed.
I'noea acromion to sue and loca
tion of rooma.
J II ltainey, Ark fl R Doudy. N Y
r a i.nttiHin. lenn J I Johnpion, N 1
W 8 r-cc.it. La L K Hill. 'len.
8 Bo ta. Tenn Wm knll.r. T.nn
J 0 Wunn l, Tenn Dr initb, Kimlnnd
w M Kimiidale, "ex l t boruirRn, Ark
(leo A Brown. Ark Unlit hrnwn. Ark
8 II Buchanan, Ark KB Smith, Ark
imim m cut. Ark Alua Nettie Pitt, Ark
Mi N (Iriir.liv. r.,1 Iir I.inil l v i.n.
J 11 McUonalil, Tenn C A lliiKlrcilire, Tonn
Dr Mmwell iw, Miia Mm tiuinn Jifam, Ark
Mia lju nn. U Mra Mayo, Ark
J A Uriiv, tla Mr A yulnn, (in
Mi! A Wililaui, Ark J II Mitrhell, Ark
Mia M Morri, Ark Brioe Cook, Ark
Mr I) A Moore. Ark J K MnillKrtc. Tati
U WCow, Mi 11 .1 Allen, Mi
J J Oarmav. 1ml .T W JmnM.. Mi..
J L Miulklin. Tex Krnnk llannell. Mo
8 (i Munn, III J B N hn ..lar k h, 111
Mi- 8chroder, 111 Mr .1 B Ni-elaner, III
L Nielaner. Ill Ira ll I1i,II,... Mi
C It MnrrillAw.Tcnn N KUIIc.lt, La
air J hhirbai h, l.a :l)udey8 rbacn, La
R W Mctluirk. iVia Mra 11 II Merrill .Tenn
MraWHimonton.TennMr II N Smith, Tenn
miArtinonton. " k w Mi.Kur ii
J L Talky, Tenn J II Leilie, Tenn
A K Ward Toon A W 8tovall, Tenn
A T llnuiakcv, Ark ('apt McKee, Tenn
L Wriirht. Va C A Norri.. P.
F H LobuoU. Pa I! Ilri.,ln,i.;n K
J T Low, lenn, MS Jay, Tenn
Al (la? in. lenn
XELLXEK A C O.
NOW THE TIME II 4S COME
For every prudent lioutuwife to
economize by laying in a supply of
our real gemiint) bargains in
Child's Shoqs! There are no gen
tlemen's shoes among the stock we
purchased from B Ltjwcnstein &
liros., but we have marked our
own hoods down regardlessof cost.
W E'VE GOT A LITTLE LIVT!
A lot of Child's Button Shoes
(worth fl 25 or more) at 60c.
A lot of Ladies' Opera-Toe Slippers,
genuine kid, (worth 00c) at (0c
A lot t f Ladies' Genuine Kid-Put-ton
Shoes, silk-worked button
holes (worth at lo-stl'J .'5), l 6")
A lot of Ladies' Kid and Goat New
port Ties (worth 1 751, at $1.
A M of I ji lies' Fine, Hai ti turn
French Kip Vamp Button Shoea
(cheap for J:J 75), only 75.
And numerous other bargains at
astor.iHhingly low prices are ollcred'
for your inspection. Come and you
.fli,m: a co.
Monogram liaiikrlfi-; Alullortl
Del ltnil4l( A'l.nicomnratiin to do
Fine Watcli rrpatrinir aP-WwIfuril's.
Hale ItniliHlae A l.naamnrMlun rr
your I'lnmMnir i'l Uava.!- iiiIkik.
Democratic Mans-Mei'llnn l'ostpont il.
It bt-ing important tkata 'urge and
thoroughly representative iiiiw-iiieet-ing
should be h d to appoint delegates
to the Gubernatorial Convention, and
the committee fearing th-t sullicient
notice of the meeting railed for the
1st day of Juno I-ivh nuk'be-n and can
not be given, they have determined to
postpone siid meeting until Satiirdav,
the 12th day of June, lhSrt, at the Kit
position building, in the city of Mem
phis, at 12 in., at wi.ich lime the
lemocratof Shelby county are ear
nestly reqties'ed to asseintile.
VARTIN K rXLV, Chnirtnan.
J. II. At l'l', fe rrtarr.
NolitI Niln rivari'Mi lllfortU,
I'itt m kg, June 1. N ght River 2
feet tn ti e yauge and fulling. Weather
clear hi 1 warm.
VuiHHrHO, June 1. Night De
parted: V. P. fcjehenrk, Cincinnati.
Arrived: Arkamai Citv, St. Louia;
she returns during tho bight
LouiNviu.it, June 1. Night River
falling, with 6 feet 4 inched in the
canal and 4 f"t 2 inches on the full.
But i nisa dull. Weather char and
Cairo, June 1. JJight River 26
feat 4 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather clndy and warm, with heavy
rain tliis aftnrnonn. No arrival or
departure of re;nlr ptukta.
New Oblsans, June 1. Night
Arrived: Liouem and tow, Pittehurg;
rarioC. Brown, Cincinnati j R g Hayes
and batee., St. Lonip. Danarted: It B.
Hayes and bttrges, and City of New
Or!eau, St Loaw.
JAMES C. BELL, Prcwldcnf.
MEMPHIS SADDIERY CO.
Nos. 200 and
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
Saddles, Harness, Collars,
SADDLERY HARDWARE AND LEATnEIC,
vnninnr Tlnnliinnn I
What It Will Be Fashionable
To Foand Not To Do.
1ILTS OX ETIUIETTE.
Sensible and Seasonable Advice
Especially Adapted to Mem
phis and Yicinity.
Black hosiery will be much worn,
but the man who comes homo late at
night with a black eyo will be re
garded with suspicion. Full particu
lars at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
2C2 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 tbeir Spring Suits at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 2G2 Second street.
Men who wear wigs need not lift
their hat to those lady acquaintances
they meet in tho street during a
wind storm. Tho wind is liable to
carry away their wigs. Wise men
will, however, condone to buy their
clothing at tho Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 2C2 Second street.
Curl-papers will bo much worn in
the morning, but ialso hair should
be carefully hung over the back of
chair before rotiring. Before de
ciding to buy elsewhere see the fine
stock at the Misfit Clothing Parlors
202 Second street.
In writing love letters don't call
your best girl a "ducky darling" more
than !)'J9 times. She might re mem
bcr that a duck waddles and feels in-
salted at tho comparison. Compari
son, however, is the true test of
merit, and comparison shows that
the prices at tho Misfit Clothing Par
lors are much less than prices else
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 get at the
Misfit Clothing Parlors. If you want
to get the most for your money come
262 SECOND STREET,
Opp. Court Nqnare,
Open rvenlBva till 9, Hatnrdnjra
t All alterations to insure a per
fect fit done free of charee.
N.H. Wc havo several hundred
Seersucker Coats and Vents which
will he sold at $1 25.
i. M. STANLEY,
d5 nadlKun Street. If emphla. Tens
A FULL atork of Wooden and MeU
Caaea and Caaheta. Burial Kobea, eto.,
alwayunn hand. Order by Telegraph or Tel
efilm Pmtnnily .ttnrfel In.
KinDKLTlH.K. T. Board on the Hill.
Mr. II. C. Howard, 2t! Wanhinirton
Park. Rooma larne; lunation delivhtfal ;
ronvenient to car to Manhattan llaph,
Coney Inland, Lone Be" ch and Central Park ;
alfoto New York (ilareanl nun.eTent.
Aad Ice Cream Miiuutictureni.
OX. BAXIalF S.
French Chemical Works
5H Jefl'ernoH Street.
MANUFACTURKS STRl'P9 OF ALL
FLA VoKH. "hich he ofert at the low
priee ol ait reta aarHlltiB, of any kind ol
iaror. (Quality and iiurity anaraateed. lo
t'rearo manufactarera will find all kinda of
Kxtraeta ana I rail Colorlm at a very low
lnovtK'a IMWN BiTlfKHCAl'SKD
the dyapepiia, wbioh troab ed Mri.
Jnhn h. (ill foi,8i Hill etreet, Memphie,
T.iio , tor Dearly three year, lo apeodily
diapiar. t-lie iiocerely idriica all af
flicted to iry it.
1 1 lii nil iifs
292 SECOND STREET,
. Goodbar I Wm. 1 Clark Eocene J. CarrlB;teM Frank 6,
OOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to MKBCH A VTn OB1.V thtUrwrt and beat (took of Boot, and Shoe.
have ever brouebt to thia market, and wbioh caDDot be aurpaaaed in quality and
tylee br am houae in thia or any other citr. In addition to a eomiilete line of Eaatera
made goode, ineludmf the H.t.Baj l l.u WoOIIBAK A 0. UKtMltlkn, wehandl.
a lama and aeleet atock of Custom-made Good for Men, Women, Miasei and Children. Wa
ffrr,,.k""nbMri?f th bH .maf, 'J ,.ho
them Ithe well known Men' Calf Boot
eiTin irade. va alao carry a choice line of Ladiea' and Mtea' Ctiatom Kid, Goat and
Calf Uooda, manufactured by Kriiiendorf, Dittman k Co. Wa invito tha trU t., .,.n,l.
our itook before buying elsewhere, and we
I " w; i, .V vl lui ur uisaoivea ny limitation, lnoaurvivina
,. J'a,'neri E" "'II aettlo the buaineta at the office of their auooeaaor. Z. N.
t-ThS i ix., who will continue the Wholesale Grocery and Cotton Factorage buainea aa
formerly dona by ua. .. N. K VTKSi u"
K. J. 10AN, Executrix.
Z. N. ESTES.
Z. N. ESTES & CO.
( BOR9 TO INTtfl, DOAN A CO.)
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street Memphis. Tenn.
For JoiIka or the 1'rlmlonl Court.
I Tl It E8SRS. h apnleon Mil, Henry J. Lynn,
IVl John W. Uillard, II M. Neoly. W. U.
Bethe , R. O. C'raia- k Co., i. V. hambaut,
A. L. Lowenatein, J. H. Menken and other
In reapone to your call upon me to be
eome a eandiiliite for the office of Criminal
Court Judge of th Iby county, with aincere
thanka lor your kindneaa and courteey, I
hereby announce my elf a a candidate for
tho pnait.ion, aubjoct to tha aotion of the
A. M. LAMBEIH.
Clerk of tbe 1'rlualnal Conrt.
WK are authoriied to announce R. B.
CAPERS (lor twenty-one aeara D n
nty) aa a candidate forClrrk of the Criminal
Court of bhelby county, aubject to the Dem
WE are antho-tr.od to announce D ABNEY
W. COLl IEK aa a candidate lor Clerk
of the Criminal Court ot bhelby eounty
tubieot to the Democratic Convention.
Conoljr Court Clerk.
are anthorized to announce that
RICHARD A. ODLUM 1 a candidate
tor County court Clerk, (uhject to tbe aotion
ol the lemocratie convention.
authoriied to announce P. J.
andldate fur Clnrlr nf
the County Court, fu'ject to the action of
tbe bhelby County Ueinocratio Convention
Jadire of the rrobate Conrt.
mo My FoIlow-CIIir.en of Shelbv Cnuntv-
X Fearint that my circular announcing
my candidacy tor rrobate Judge my have
failed to reaoh many of you, I take tbia
method alao of announcing mva.lf a eandi
data for that office, subjeot to the aotion of
toe avproaoning iiemncratio bounty ui n
ventien, and repeotiuliy ak your Mind eun
port in my behalf. I have the honor tn be
jour obeulent lervant, X. B, MICOU.
Til E are antbortaed to annonnee J. P.
VV VtilJNu) aianandidata for tha nfflna
of Judge of tbe Probate lourt, aubjeot to tha
acuon oi tne county uemooratic Convention.
WE are authoriied to announce JOHN
M. BRAIII.KY aa a nandlilaU l.r
Truatee ot Bhelby oounty at the ensuing
Aoguat eleotion, aubieot to the aotion of tha
are authoriied to announce AN-
VV DREW J.
HARRIS a a sand data for
re-election to the office of County Truatee,
aubieot to the action of the Democratic Con
vention. THE Appeal la authoriied to announce Mr.
N. F. LKMAbTKK ai a candidate lor
the office of Truatee of bhelby county, aub
ieot to tbe aotion of tha Deinocr.tio Conven
tion. For Atlorney-Ueneral.
WE are authoriied to announce GE0R0E
B. PETfcRS, Jr., aa acandidate for
the office of Attorney-tieneral, aubieot to tha
action of tha Demooratio Convention.
THE Appeal it authoiiicd to announce S.
D. WhAKLKY a a oandidate for Attorney-General,
aubject to tbe Demooratio Con
vention. For Kf at Inter.
TO the Voter of Shelby County and My
iriends 1 hereby annoonce inylf lor
the aecond time a cend'daie lor the office of
Connty Regmtnr, auiijft lo the Democratic
Convention. I am poor and need the olliee.
Feeling that my pa-t tervice aa a aervant of
tlm ttMitliln ha irivnn aRMMfuriinfl . nnd thnt T
an come before the people and a.k their J
unragea and mpport lor County rtoiitar, 1
am, reapeo: fully, JOHN A. P0WKL.
authoriied to announce N. F.
UAIinLSON aa a candidate
for Register, aubject to the aotion of the
Demooratio Oounty Convention.
Appeal I author'ied to
JOHN F. MoCALLUM aa
Tor Kegiater, su jeot to the action of tha
TUB nndercigned announcea that he la a
candidate lor Regirter. and aka the
anpport ot the voter of Shelby county. If
elected, will endeavor to give satisfaction in
tbe discharge ol the duties of the office, and
place hi claim suHji-ct to the action of the
County Democratic Convention
1UUM ti. CKH&llAVy.
Memphis, March 2it, lrlr)6.
SA. DOITGLAS, of Keirville, Tenn., I a
. candidate for RKtHsTKR. subject to the
action of the Democratic Convention.
AITE are authoriied to annoance E.
V EnMUNuUN a. a candidate
Connty Register, aubieot to the aetion of the
THE Appeal Is nathorlied to announce
JOHN W. UUULD aa a eandidate f?r
the office of Heginer, aubject to the action f
tbe Demooratio Convention.
Jndge of the Cirralt Conrt.
WM. S. FL1PPIN is a candidate fot Cir
cuit Judge of Shelby County, auAject
t tbe action of a Demoeratio Cunventwn.
We are authoriied tn a.nnonnoe L. H. FS-
TK, JR., aa a candidate forjudge of the
Lircuit (.ou t, ubj.jt to tha aouoa ot tha
TAMKSL. (100PL0R will be a oandidate,
tl before tha Dovjocrati- Convention, tor
nomination to the ofhe el Judge ot the Cir
cuit Conrt: and. if defeated, will aupport
tbe aucceasful neuinee.
We are autRorlinA In annnnacethat JWTV
JOBNdTuN is a esnd data forjudge of the
Circuit ('curt ol Kh.lby County, subject to
action of the IVmorrat'C Convention.
IRON BITTI.RH F.N.
- m tinlv tor
S A. Cock. .VD IM.in
etreet, Memphi, lnn., of a severe caaa ol
chills and fever, lie believei in it,
F. MEYEIl, Sec'y and Tret.
ooj"1'. in ver variety nd tj le, and a'mont
and bhoel manufactured by Heo. Hoeker fnrnnr
guarantee OTerything we aell to give eatita-tion.
.. sK lr '0.
MEMPHIS, TENN., June 1, 1886.
W. B. DO AN.
DURINO the union we will receive Ben
Uurt'i llerrie n oru'ng and evening.
Just received a fresh lot of Kennedy fin
Biscuit and Cakea.
Butter Scotch, Beatrice, Albert,
Lemon Cream, Jelly Dropf, Shrewsbury.
Cocoanut Taffy, Roval Miied,
Vanilla Cream. Assorted Jelly, Eta.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
Corner Seoonii and lleale 81a.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importera and dealer In Nana, Amtna.
nltlOB and FlablnK Tackle, Bwlldera'
Hardware, ajeeirle Bella and An
no Delators for Hotel and Reidencea,S40
Main alreet, Mvmable, Tenn. Electric
auppliea alwaya on hand. Repairing neatly
SHEA k MCCARTHY, Propr'B,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphig.
AN! 01 THI LAR9K8T BOILER SHOPS
IU .u DvmHi ,uu u voir OVUlflVliV
Boiler and Sneet-Iron Worka in the eity.
Manoaetarera of beawy plate Iron
work of even denoalptlon. Biaeial
attention Uvea te nlatitation work.
Importer and Daaler In
Bona, Flatting Tarkle and Nporta-
nien'a anllei. mr Mnecmi attention
aiven to M ANUFACTUIONtf and KK
113 IvfAln Nt..Ivfenihli.Teiin
ItROWJI'N. IRON IIITTKKM COH-
- pletely cured Mia Kthel Uuntliorpe, H6
Hi 1 street. Metui h a. Tenn . of neuralaia.
from wh ch she rulferod noa lv a year. Two
bottlea only were required to do the work.
R. KTJPFERS CHMIDT.
IMPORTER AND DKALER IN
Ainmnnilion, Fibbing Tackle
and ltaf.-Kall (Vtioos.
WHOLESALE AND RPTAIL.
Oaa Main street, neniphla, Tenn;
Manufacturing and Repairing of (luna a
KVOWN'N IKON RITTEKM Proved
to Mr. John Highama, lll Third
street, Memphis, Tenn., a inot efSeaciona
roincdy for constipation and indigestion.
Hiaidaughter also takes it with aatialactory
Johm Ovibtok, Jr. c. N. OaoaviNoa.
OVERTON & 6RQSVE1.0R,
Real Estate Dealers
AaiUHTN e MKOKEKS,
Omoe, 26 1 Second Street.
f . b. Werood and Conrt,
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