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MEMPHIS I) AILYAPPEAL FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1886.
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U llLlWAU I XJlC. lADLL.
Aioaimil,he urieana aa Tela K'j
Ob and attar May I 1K, paiienger traini on
thii roadwill ran followi:
4 :!W1 p.m
'. I imwo HMw
. Ih-laanl ..-
i :im a.m
1'IIN N KCTIONts.
A With all linei entering Memphii.
5-With M. N. W. K. R. for Helena,
0 for Greenville and Huntington, and all
T Wits V. a M. an
J r 0 1. 11 TJ.llMB.la
K-Wiih N.i J. a C
. K. R. fur AatchM and
For PoinU OB th Branch.
ith iteam.ri lor Hayou bare.
With railroad! diverting lor norma.
Ihh and Coai'loomu.
J AS. M
fcliWAKlis, v. r. anau. n.
H. I. A.
Bf iMlaslppI ana Tenneanee. Traini
tnov folluwi: Kew Orleani nail arrival
daily at t:a.m. : leavei daily at 6:UI p m.
iardif ereomni' dation arrive! daily at H.ift
a.m. ; leavei daily at ft :2t p u. New Orlraoi
mail train will not flop at any flag itntion
between Meniphii nnd Sardis. or at Vi hite
haveo, Horn Lake. Nebit and Love. Freight
traini do not carry passengers.
A pernor I Nrwiaad MlaalMalnpl aal
ley. Traini awn ai lollowi: No. I (tut
Itna daily) leaven at 10:111 a.m. No. 2 leave!
at 11:4(1 p.m. daily. M. Louii fa"t lina
leave! daily at b:M) p.m. No. 7 (lent lina
daily) arrive! at 1 :3U p.m. Mall and el-
reu arrive! daily at 8:l."e.m. St. Louii
iat lina arrival daily at V :06 a.m.
Lonlavllle and Kahllle Traini
move ai (ollowi: Pant mail arrival daily at
S:la.m.: leavei at 10:10 p.m. : mail leave!
dally at 10:10 a.m.! arrive! at 4:00 p.m.
Browmville accommodation) leavei daily'
goept Sunday, at 5:00 p.m.! arrive! daily,
leapt Sunday, at8.fi0a.iu. (itandard time).
eaaphla and Mule Rock.-Traini
ssov aa follow! (central itnd rd time):
fo. 1 leavei daily at 6.-2S p. iu. t arrive: at
:5ft p.m. No. 3 leave at S:n5 a.m. : arrives
at:n0a.m. No. 5 (freight) leavei uopetleld
Jelly (eiocpt Sunday) at 6. -00 a.m.! arrival
at 7 :10 p.m.
emphla and Charleston Traini
J love ai follow! : Through eipreii leavei
ally at 10:20 p.m. Mail and exprei! leavei
ally at 10 :00 a m. Boinervllle anonminoda
tton leavei dally, aioept Sunday, at tt:'M)
p.m. Through eipreii arrive! daily atS:
am. Wail and express arrive! daily at 4 :65
S.m. Soniervllle accommodation arrive!
ally, axoept Bunday, at 8:110 a.m.
Half Kente-(KDi lily, Nprlngf
fleld nod Memphis) Traini leave M. and
I. depot ai foliawi: No. 4, Kanrei ( ity i
preil, leavei at 10:45 a.m.! No. 3, Kaniai
City expi-eii, arm., at 3:30 p.m. No. 2,
Kan tat City mail, leave! at 6:00 p.m. 1 No. 1,
Kaniai City mail, arrive! at 8:4n a.m. No.
I, Kt. Lovil and Chicaso eipre'l. leavei at
ttOO p.m.) No. 1, Kt. Louii and Chloaioax
preia, arrival at 8:45 a.m. In e fleet Sunday,
April 18, lHtf.
Momptala, Blrmlnaham and Allan"
tie IIoIIt Spring! Rente Traini move a"
follow!: No. 1 leavei Memphii dully at3:4s
t m.i arrival at Uolly Spring! at 6:58 p.m. :
No. 1 leavei liidly rpringi daily at t):O0
a.m., arrival at Mampbii at '1 :1ft a.m. I No.
t leavei Memphii daily at 7:16 p.m., arrival
t II oily spring! at 11 :i p.m. t ISO. o leavei
oiiyhprtngi daily at a.m., arrival at
uphu at 0:40 a.m.
WiBHiHUTo", Juna 4, 1HS6, 1 a.m.
Indications: For TennoMrc, and
Arkansas, generally fair weather, near
ly stationary temperature.
Fvr Tennftwe mid Kentucky, fair
weaOur; mriiMe wind; nearly ttatioiiary
Miaran, Ting., June 3, 1686.
liar. I Ther.
Maximum temperature, 74.0,
Minimum temperature, tio.0,
Ocnna, U o'clock a.m., 0.
la In (Jolioa Koarloai.
8iaAr, Sekvici, U. H. Abmt, 1
June 3, 1888-5 p.m.
Division of telegrams and reports for
the benefit of commerce and agricul
ture. Cotton region bulletin for the
twenty-four hours ending Juno 3d, 6
Grand Junction. ..
i a Hm
a B B
New Orleans. 93
Little Rock 85
' Means DO
a B B
Grand jury meets to-day.
i Century for Juno at Mansford's.
- Railroad wrecks seem to be the
! The toboggan goes gaily on it roll
The It l'an picnic at Esti vol Park
lext Wednesday promises to be a
jorgeous su cess.
The weather yesterday was too
rol for cotton, but delightful for per
Josie Davis the colored woman
barged wiih having thrown her in
tut into a wel , was lound over yes
irday. "The Hops Niuht School will clos
night with an enter eminent by
je boys.- All friends of the school
ra invite! to a teiid.
Prof. Hughes desiresthe nir.ml...ri
! the Young Men's (diristiun Arho
ation chorus to meet him at the
joins at 8 o'clock this evening.
Jnhn Muir has been appointed
tmeral Traffic Manager of the Chesa
;ake and Ohio system embracing
f Huntington lines betwteu the At-
I i ntic aeaboard and the Miarsiagippi
"rier. His headqnartpni will be In
Klij.h Franks and Kmma Martin,
C. T. Moore and Amelia Cbb,
William Scrupgs and Moliie L Young
nere licensed to matry jeaterday.
A spelling b e and music il enter
tainnie t for the benefit of te First
Methodist Chu'ch was giiireHafiilly
given last nigbt at the Kethel building.
The intersection of Court and
third street ia being paved with
stone, but no more work will lie done
on either street nitil more funds come
The twostrei t ailnadscoinaniea
have been notified that in future the
chairs used to support the Johrson
rails must 1m at leant six inches, ia
stead of four, in hight.
A bi'l for divorce was tiled in the
Chancery Court ye-terday, l,y W. F..
l'ie'ilf, who claims .thut his wife
S.ruh was a little too p evioiiH in pre
senting him with an hiir.
The iniiibora and friends of the
Stranoera' Church ami Sunilii)-B IiojI,
who picnic at Fit'.iiili'nnn's (irove to.
day, will aaferuble at tlx) I.m'aville
and Nashville depot at 8:45 o'clock
- A rren.ber of the Ci izens' IUil
road Company said yesterday thot th
reeeii t decision cf the Supreme Court
waaasmucl) to their advantage as it
was to that of the Memphis City rail
road, anil gave the luttcr no more
reasonable grounds of action against
them than ix'foro. Ho thought the
result would he a decision declaring
that the old company might run its
cars over the Second and Madison
street lines by payirg them a reason
ah e sum fortue privilege, hut though
that would amount to nothing as tlio
gauge was ililli rent.
We recnved yesterday a very
line specimen of prolific orchard
grass Irom a held of tifty acres,
owned and cul ivated ly W. 1
finuavant of the Magnolia fii'ni, in
this county. It is fully six feet in
hight and as heavy headed as the
best wheat, and proves not only that
Shelby county can be made a great
crass, as well as cotton countv. lu
that intelligent cultivation and well
directed labor can timl rewards in he
soil us prolilalile as thutof the West-rn
praiiies, or the Yazoo bottom We
congratulate Mr. Dunavant up?n
yield so lich in abundance.
Agents for Horace K. Kelly
to.'s Hey nest cigars.
trade supplied at New York
A full assortment constantly
on hand at the lotiowing stands con
trolled by us: Gayoso Hotel stand
Peabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. i. samklson a co,
S. A. McElwee, A. S. Thornton
Wm. I'uckett, U. Jone, H. C. Tale,
W. T. Moirf, U. K. Wilk's, T. F,
Cansel", Bon 1'aine and E. W. Wilton
applied I t a chrtr yesterday by the
iiHitiB and KyiH oi the nhelby Colored
Union and rianters' Bank fo It. J.
Black & Co., lot 24, Hill's subdivision,
no rth side of Moshy street, for f 1200,
',. O. and Julia 0. Cullins to Wm,
Fanford, truitto. to secure 0. W.
HolNr in the nun of $214, 34 acres in
ice FBccnrt district.
John Boss to Mrs. Annie K. Vlck-
ery, part of lot 10 noith side of Mon
roe street, 23x148 feet, for $.519 00.
D. O. H'aiiKhter, trustee of Bolton
estato, to Lavinia A. Teete, lot corner
of Fiont and JeffrMon stiosts, known
ai 1384 Front and No. 0 Jellereon
street, for $8025.
P. 0. Jackson et al. to Lucy II. Boyd,
lot 78, Greenlaw's addition to the city
luiioisca), ur jiikju.
M. 8. Kallor and wife to Annie Z-ll
ner, put ot country lot 494, 15x148
fot-t, north eido Union street, for $750.
M. 8. Kaller and wife U 11. Bens-
dorf, trustee, to secure the German
American Building and Loan Asto
c ation in the sum of $3200, part of
country lot 491, noith tids Union
ZKI.Ii' Fit A CO.
NOW THE TIME HAS COME
For every prudeut lnupowife to
economize by layirg in a supply of
our rfal genuine baigains in Guild's
Shoes. '1 hare are no gentlemen's
shoes amoug thehtrck we purchased
fioniB. Lowenstt ioA Brcs., but we
hove marked our own goods down
regardlefs of cast.
We've (Jot a Llttlo Llat.
A lot of Child's Butmn KWb
(worth $1 25 or mire) a 50.-.
A lot cf 1-aJieB' Optra Toe Slippers,
gennine kid(w.:r h 90c) st 00c.
A lot of Ladies' Genuine K'd But
ton Sh ws, silk-woikel bintin
holes! wonh at lraM $225),$1 05.
A lot cd Ltdi' s' Kid and Goat New
poit Ties (worth $1 75) at 1.
A lot of Ladies' fine band turn
French Kip, Vamp Button Shoes
(cheap for $3 76) only $2 75.
And numerous other bargains at
astonishingly low prices are offered
for your inspect ion. Come, and
you will buy.
Nolld Silverware at AInirorda'
Ho to RntlHla a Laaomanltio tor
your Plnmhlne: aait Wnavifmiaia;
In onier to introduce the Alabama
Splint Coal in this market, it will be
oenvereu at atc per barrel in city lim
its. It has no superior.
t i . J M- PAl'TKRSON A CO.
Fine Watch repairing at flulford'o.
IS RB,eoVIID BY THE V OF COCOAIM,
And it stimnlates and promotes the
growth of tba hair.
Bnrnwtt'a Fiomi Kviracta are thm
Order M9I it I lord Made Medal."
tlel Railedge liomnralno lt do
Drnmiuond's .Natural Lear.
The only gtnuine "Na-ural I-enf"
tobacco in the mark-1 : "two tin tnim
one on tacb end of the p'ug;" a mild,
elegant chew. Don't be deceived into
buying imitations. Take none but the
original "Drummonu's Natural Leaf"
.Ynlford. Jeweler. 294 Main.
loclts orders from the rnnntry.
Dj elnfr aud C'leaulug.
Ladies' and gents' cloihes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid glove,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Keigel,68 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tena. Goods Kivd by exprtwe
II. LO WEJSTEI!f at BKOS.'
DBT GOODS Bl'LLKII.
GREAT OFFERING OF
REXARKtBLT LOW PRICES.
WASH DRLfeg GOODS.
100 pifess beautiful Plaid and Tult
cd Z'jhyr (iinghams Wehuve
bfen ceding these gco'Jsthrm-g'i-ont
the I'l on from "5c up to
40j a yard. We have placed
thetn on oar Cent -r Tvbles and
t iler tbo entire lot at 15c a yaid.
Willi E GOODS DEPA2I MET.
One ctse more of thorn WbitflSar
ncwn I'laids, line lartio sheer
plaids. Nothing like them have
ever been sold f r les than 35c
a yard. We rllVr tbiscasa at
the low pries of 20c a yirj.
50 piects of Malaca Pauls, very
rimer, large, handsome plaids
Would be ctieup in any maikot
at 25(; a yard. Fur this werkcnly
we have put the pi ice down to
15c a yard.
Only two cartrons left of those rich
S'riped and Plaid Himan Sash
Ril'bocs, 7 and 8 inches wide,
which we sre offering at 50s a
We offer TO-DAY and during the
100 dozen Gen's' Ganuine French
Lisle Half-Hojp, full regu'ar
made; jint the thing for turn
mer wear. These are our awn
impnr alion, and cannot te
bought outside of our boiuu lor
less than 50c a pair. To give
the gentlemen an opportunity
ti pay us a vitit we offer t'le
line at 35c a pair, or $2 for a box
of 0 pairr.
H. LOtVEXSTKI.V k IJKOS.
Ski ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and Laundry on fifth pago,
Kalsominino telephone 600, Mc
Db. O. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. CI Monroe street.
P. M. Stanley, funeral director and
ouiba mer, 55 MadiBon street.
Omeoa flour, tbo be t. Try it.
WIIOOLKIKLD, IIANAl'EK i CO.
LAniKHran have spring sewlne done
satisfactorily and reasonably at 2o0
Paint your carriage for 75 cents
with Neal s Carriage Paint. For sale
by A. Kenkert.
Bind a nostal to the Memnh la Collar
and Cuff Laundry, 61 Main street, to
call for your laundry.
Nkw classes in shorthand now form
ing for the summer term.
Miss A. C. Parham, 110
Thi regular monthly meetinir of the
Women's Exchange w ill take place at
373 Main street at 3 o'clock this after
Thi Herbal Chill Care, the best
tonloand aoti-porlodio known. A oertain
and lure oure fur chilli. Prioell ier but
tle. Send itair il for aireulari. Anv r .f-
ernnre glien. Arldren John 0. Kncker,
Anoohtura BiTTEitfl are the best
remedy for removing indigestion and
all diseases originating from tho di
gestive organs. Bewaro of counter
feits. Ask your grocer or drucuist for
the genuine ar icle, manufact"red by
Dr. J. G. li. S egert & Sons.
'Sinoino Flowkiis" at the First
Baptist Church to-niirht with the fol
lowing well known person? to partici
pate: Air, lifvuoy, jr.. Mist t.mmn
'cake, Miss Miti'iie Hunter. Miss
Mario Hitzfeld, Mrj. W. P. Miller,
Mi s Sarah Ibown, Miss Ida Bruce,
Miss Alice Treadwell, Miss llortei-se
WjilkiiiH. MiHS E tna lUmbaiit. Messrs.
Huttoii. Byanand Andersou and Mrs.
G. 1). lUtine.
Ntw Oblians. June 3. Niirht
Departed: Paris 0. Brown, Cincinnati.
VukSBORo, June 3. Nioht De
parted: City of Baton Rouge, NewOr-
PlTTcllDRO. June 3. Niirht River 5
feet cn the gangs and stationary.
Weather cloudy and cool.
Cincinnati, June 3. Nicbt River
14 feet 10 inches on the eauire and ris
ing. Weather clear and chilly.
Evansvills. June 3. Nicht River
faUing.with 9 fuel 6 inches on the gauge.
Weather pleasant. Busiuecs improv
ing. liOuisvn.Li, June 3. Night River
nuing, with 6 feet 10 inches in the
canal and 4 feet 8 inches on the falls.
isiiBiutsa la r. WeatuercUar aLdtool.
St. Louis, June 3. Nicbt River
stationary, aud now stands 17 feet 2
incht-s on the gauge. Weatberclear
and conl. No arrivals of re.nlar pack
ets. Departed: Oakland and harir.m.
New Orleaus; City of Vicksburg,
Cairo, June 3. Niirht River "t
feet on the nance and fullinc. W.nidi r
cloudy and ctol. Arrived: Belle Mem
phis, V icksbtug, noon ; Jsmea W. GaH,
Memphis,5 p.m. Departed: Pelle Mem
phis, 8t. Loins, lp.m.;Jauies W. Gaff.
t'incinnat', 5 p.m.
Adtlee fo MotbetH.
Mrs. Winelow's Soothi ntr Svmn
should always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
sufferers at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from tain, and the little il,..riit.
awakes as "bright as a button." It is
Verv nlon.uint to Itii. It .,wwl
.1 v. .1 r.H.1 il IV
child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether ariinr from
teething or other causes. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
F:iaboratt and elain fnKi
uted bv lit'ber IiroH. in tlm lni..ut
styles, No. ;WH Main streU, at O. K.
Houik & Co.'s.
a') aleiw 4Jyi"a.
FARRINOTON, STEWART A WHITE,
Ratal, f3 50 to $4 ear d-j, according to loca
tion of roomi.
W V MnCart, Iowa J W Martin, Iowa
T M Miliar, Tenn EWbalu, Maaa
W B Marrab, Mill KCbruca, Mo
J W (iraham, Tenn I Miller Aw, Ark
M-M B Turner, Ark J B llesdnrki, Ind
J Mo.iler. ill H P MrDauiland.Mioh.
II 11 Harrii, Ming K T Harrii, Mm
J T k;liott. M m (J W hutler, a.Ui
8 J Met aalej. Md f V W hite, Tenn
JAKennaa, Ark W K gledga, Miei
J M Wallace, Mill R M Taylor, Mill
M M Pear. NY Wri C Hearee, Ind
H C Willi. mi, Ind MUi F M Davii, Mill
Mini Itullington.Miii C II Poote. Mo
W U Marrab, Mill g P Singleton. K
7. Witgi. Tenn
J W Khndei, III
U W lirabba, Mo
1. A ndar.on, Mm
II J hrhkoff, Kt
W W Wood, Ky
.1 II Kendrirk, Ind
il I. Webb, Ky
It D'lhoma., Ala
H C Stone. Ala
J K Bdrd-well, Conn
J E Aniluver, Mill
L D Weill, Mill
J t: bavii. Mo
J Wood. Ky
Cbn. P Murrhy,
J II Webb, Ky
J liaiU-y, Ky
C H June.. Ala
C U Simpon, Ala
W A Martin, Mill
R h Matbewa, Ala
W. H. IlNli!l AM Migaoga.
European plan. Knlarxrd and relurniibad.
l'riee. according to lite and loca
tion of roouii.
W M Shaw, Jarkon, Stretleikl. Tenn
J I owenhaupt.Tenn J Brown, Ark
J C Page, 'fein O S lonei, Tenn
J J Singer, Tena w W llolmei, lenn
L Shelion, Tenn T 1'r.iell, Ark
b Ki her, Tenn 8 II Hutler, Tenn
K U browning. Tenn J M Hovle, Tenn
J Lui-krr Aw, Mim B llughel, Tenn
(Hjoiamamoore,Tenn ri T Anderson, Mo
M il HuddlMtoD, Mo Mii lieele.Mo
Mrn McLeuiore, Mini II D Tendon, Mill
J E Moore, Mim W A brown, Ark
J Li llo'loway, Mill Mi U Hull wy, Mill
Mi Ora'g, Ark Mim J Craig. Ark
I W (luen.nt. Ark L Minor, Ark
W ') Uuford Tenn Kowon ihayer, Mill
1) WoodliiLgton, Mill A iluant, 1 hio
Mri W (,'rewi, Mim J o Powell, .Vlim
W'm L Kenrit'ly.Miei-J Amrepsl-y, Mill
C Urten, Tenn J II cnti. III
I)r V Kely, Mi. Mi Mi-Fadilen, Mill
Mi-i Pulton, Mill M Hniden, Mini
M I, Chauiben, Tena (1 1) Matnn, Mill
J Wf Keno, M i J Land. Ark
B Evai.i, fenn J I outer, Ir-d
R J bui-bunnn, Ohio O W U'ue, Mill
Mi-i V Kmcoe, N V 1) V Jo; ner, Ark
J H llightowe-, Ark M S .lay, Tenn
T Li Young, Mm L E 11-11, Tenn
J C Davi., Tenn w W Wi li.inp, Tenn
(ien Marg'll, Mini J T Williaini, Tenn
W P Jackion, Ark B W renn, Tenn
n Mcl.'moroat, fllniw Morrii, 'in
Min L Morrii, Tenn Mice li Morrii, Tenn.
C. B. OALI.OWAV k CO Pgoraigroa.
ltau. SiirxiHnd S) par dy, acor ingto
life and location of room Speoial
M O Andonon, Ky W M Mar-hall, Ind
R rtuott, Mii F Y McUavock. Ark
8ol Cohen, 1 in H 0 Honey, Y
J W Wooldridge, Ky J II llnllard, N Y
8 H Hobortmn, Ark W Tinhenor, Tenn
E Wartie'd. M
T II Kice.Tenn
W E Wol Hoy, Teen
E C Horner, Ark
A II Webrr. Mo
F C Story, N Y
J Wolf Aw, Ark
L H Lenter, Mini
C Katznan, N Y
r hrlia., lenn
R P lloswell, Tenn
Q W h inmoni, Ky
J II Scott, III
S C I haw lit, Tex
W S Kinkeid, Ohio
R II Lacey, Tenn
11 A l anion, til
A J M'-t'nrd. Ky
Urn O UDib ell, Tenn J Felfenihal, Tenn
L Hill A I. Tenn
S 0icnbriuier, Tenn
0 W Bardine, Ky
F II JohBton,hy
W Wood. Ky
A M I'avn.Ark
L B Leiter, Viu
11 iiopaun, Miu
rr u IJslein, Ky
J H R-ii, Tenn
W I Ilo.d, Kv
II Soul, if. Mill
Mn K M Ilnpion,Min
ti diciair, Mo.
DnOjr'a Enropean Hotel,
Corner of Adami and Main itreeti. Rooma,
uou, iuo mil ii per aay: American nan,
ti per day.
Fir.t-olan Reitaurant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUF Y (lu yeara with Peabody Hotel)
WFKimbrongh.Tenn N T hotwoll, Mo
J n hnxier. lenn
C Hoefel, Tenn
C W C x, Min
J Nicholi, Mini
J B Mli hell. Ark
BM Seward, tenn
B L Milam, Tenn
A Graham, Tenn
Dr O CiiMion, Tenn
G W Dailley, Ky
M C Hunt 4,), Tenn
B Ward. Ark
Min C Higgini, Tenn
r II Fletcher, Mo
J L Holder, Ark
V B Uuthrie, T
MillK Uiuirin! Tenn M Rhi.i. Mo
C M Murray, Tenn S N i arradine, La
T L Binahuin. La
it h i nomai, 1 enn
0 H Wither!, Mo
T L Hooper, N Y
PC Hull, Tex
W B Cherry, Ind
II L Cope, Mo
G Rutley, Ind
J Thorn, Mil!
R R King, Ark
M P Goodwin, Ark
.1 II Henry, Tenn
R II Jordan, N U
R T Cherry, Ind
II Kioe Aw. Tenn
R T Cope, Mo
L Ku.l.y, Ind
W H Wheeler, Tenn
Memphis White Hirer PktCc
U. K. in AIL, iUlV.
STR. CHICKASAW, r-iU.
K. 0. PoitaUmaiUr I 0. M. foetal... ... ,r,
t'lar4nilon, Dvalla niair, ia Arc.
n (uain, .larkaoniiorl t Hnnrcy,
dfcAVKti MKMPUISKvery WBD-iKSBAi
at fin. m. Tbronvh r.tm &A all nnlnt.
Freight coa-tguod to " Memphii and W hit
ut- Packet Ccmpany" will beiorwarded
proroptly h. u LOWS, Agent,
ro. -Wn-I.nri . Tlenhn- No. W.
The Sf. Francis River 1 rsnsportatior
Co.'i Vina Slde-VV bool II. 8. Mail 8am9;
Here macready. r-nj
0. K. Jcplin i a.fer.
i.ai Ul) niHI'HIN EVER!
ot 5 o'etooi;, i'or huiriinsr,, tl Cut-OIT, and
luleimeiliivto larjdiui.on Kt. Vriinei. vim.
Th cKptain rciarvti the right tn oni a)
landinir he d.wiii iiniale. J AS. liEK, Jr..
. i "n.H.nn .t.
Arkansas llivcr Pk't Co
Str. JOE PETERS,
R. B. Smith.... master,
Leavei Memi hii Every TUESDAY, at 5 p. a
11. C. LOW E, Agent,
OWce, No Midl.on it. Tolephone Nn. S3
II KR BK8T FRIEND 1
DR. J. BRADFIELD'S Jj
1 EMALE ItEOULATOll
Thll famoni remedv nil h.nollv muu
thedvroand of the age for woman i peculiar
and maltiform amiotiom. It il a remedy
for WOMAN ONLY, and for on SPECIAL
CLASS of bar diceaiei. It g a ipeoifio for
certain diiaaied condition! of the womb,
and propoaei to 10 control the Memtrual
unction ai to regulata all the derange
ments and irregolaritiei of Woman's
IIOITIILT Nl KNEMS.
Ita proprietor! claim for it no other medical
prnjwrty; and to doubt tho faot that thil
medicine doei poiitivelv ooaian lunh min.
trolling and regulating powen il limply
todncredit the voluntary telti aony of thou-
lanui oi living wuneieii wno art to-day
exulting In tba restoration to lound health
li itrlctly a vegetable compound, and li tba
product of tnedical irien--e and practical ex
perience directed toward th benefit of
It il th itudied preicrintion ot a learned
phyncian, who" H'ocialty wi WOMAN,
and wnon- faui becauieenviableand bound
leM bectu. ol hii wonderful lucce.i in th
iremnieni inj cur of rmal complamti.
TH K KKOVLATOK il th GRANDKsI
HKMKL'V known, and richly dueryei it!
H EST F
EST -C 15 1 END
Becioie it control! a olaii of function! th
Tarinui derangamenti oi which oaui more
III health than all other cause! combined,
and thui retcuei her Irom a long train o!
atlliotioni which lorelj embitter her lite and
prematurely end her exirteno. Oh, what a
multitude of living witneiiei can testify to
iti charming ffecta I Wumah, take toyonr
PRM MM tt BOOK OF HEALTH!
It will rliT you t nearly all tb com
plain'i iecoliar to your lex. Rely upon it
m your lateguard for health, happinen and
Sold by all druggiiti. Send for our treat
ise on th Health and liappineii of Woman,
mailed free, which gives nil particulars.
1 US BRADF1K-1 REiilJLATuR CO.,
H.it 28, Alnt. (li.
R()N 1H niTTlRS RE.
itvred to health and energy Mr. E. M.
Avery, Mo. as) MadiM.n street, Memphii,
Tnn., after an attack ,,f malarial fover
which left him lo feeble th.it he wai oonfined
to hi be l .
Sttiuogrnui Jvaiiy,!e; Muliord
JAMES . BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TEXTS'.,
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
What It Will Be Fashionable
To Co and Not To Do.
HINTS 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,
2C2 Second street.
Marjy 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
they meet in the street during a
wind-storm. The wind is liable to
carry away their wigs. Wise men
will, however, continne 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
be carefully hung over the back of a
chair before retiring. Before de
ciding to buy elsewhere seo the fine
stock at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
2C2 Second street.
In writing love letters don't call
your best girl a "ducky darling" more
than 9D9 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 Par
lors 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 becond 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. Tonrt Nqnare,
Open enla till e, Natnrdnya
Sq" All alterations to insure a per
feet fit dotfe free of charee.
N.B. We have several hundred
Seersucker Coats and Vests which
will be sold at $1 25.
JndJsputedinlhe BROAD CLAIM oftelfti
m BEST OPERATIM,
Most Perfect Ccoking Stove
EVER Fl.At EO Oft SALE.
FOR SALE BY
H. WETTER Sl CO., Agents,
J.me. If. tioodbwr Wm. I.. Clark Eagene J. Crrlnarton I
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis Tenn.
WE offer to HEBCHABTfl OBi.T thlaw' "d lt itock of Bootg and Bhooi w
have ever brought to thii market, and which cannot be mrpaiied in quality and
itylei by any home in thii or -any other city. In addition to a complete line of Eaatorn
mad goodi, Inoluding th; t KLtltKal KU bllOIIBiK A CO. HttOUaMN, we handle
a larg and leleet itpck of Custom-made Goodlfor Men. Women. Mine, and Children. W
oarry a number of tha beat m.lraa in th
themtth well known Men'i Calf Booti and Shoes manufactured by
bl'fing Trade. Wy alio carry a choice line of Ladiei' and Miiiei Cuiti
Calf Uoodi, mannfactured by Krituxndorf.
our itock before baying elsewhere, and we
fTHK firm of ESTR3, D0AH & CO
L partner, Z. N. b'tes. will lettla the
S A tU., who will continue th Wholesale Orocerv and Cotton FtinlnrnirA biiainnH.
formerly don by ui.
1. N. ESTES.
Z. N. ESTES & CO.
TO FSTES, DOIN A CO.,
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
For Judge of the Criminal Court
MJSS5HS. napoleon mil, llenry J. Lynn,
John W. Dillard. II. M. Neelv. W. U.
Beth ,R. U. Craig ACo.,U.V. Kambaut,
A. ii. ijowenitein, J. a. Alengen and other
In reiponi to your call upon me to be
come a candidate for th office of Criminal
Court Judge ot bh-lby county, with unoers
thanki lor your kindnen and courtesy, I
hereby announce myielf ai a candidate for
the puaition, lubjert to th action of tha
A. M. LAMBETH.
Clerk or Ibe Criminal Conrt.
TXT E arc authorized to announce R. S
VV CAPERS (for twenty-one yeariD p-
nty; ai a candidate tor uierK oi tne criminal
court ol cneluy county, luojeot to the tlm
WE are authorized to announce DABVEY
W . CULL IE K ai a candidate lor Clerk
ot tne criminal Court of bbelby county,
luoiect to in iiemocraiio uonvantton.
Coanly Conrt Clerk.
TTTE are authorized to announce that
VV RICHARD A. ODLUM li a candidate
for County Court Clerk, lubject to the action
of th Dcmooratio Convention.
1 1 B are authorized to announce P. J.
VV OUIllLkVaa a mnrlidute for Dlrk of
the County Court, lubject to the action of
in eneioy bounty uemocratio convention
Jadgfl of the Probate Conrl.
TO My Fellow-Citizeni of Shelby County
Fearing that my circular announcing
my candidacy tor rrooate judge my have
failed to reaoh many of you, I take thii
method alio of announcing mvi.lf a candi-
dat for that office, lubjeot to the aotion of
tne approaching Democratic County C n
ventian, and respectfully aik your kind iup
port in my behalf. I have the honor to be
your obeuient .ervant, T. B. MICOU.
WE are authorized to announce J. P.
VoUNd ai a candidate for the office
of Judge of the Probate lourt, lubject to the
action of the County Democratic Convention.
WE are authorized to announce J0LTN
M. BRADLEY aa a candidate tor
Truitee ot Shelby county at the enming
Auguit election, lubieot to th aotion of th
are authorized to announce AN
DREW J. UARRISaia candidate for
re-election to the office of County Truitee,
lunieci to in action oi in uemocratio con
vention. THE Appeal ii authorized to announce Mr.
fi. F. LKMASTER ai a candiaat for
the office of Trustee of Nhelby county, lub
ieot to the action of tho Democratic Convon
WE are authorized to announce GEORGE
B. PETERS, JR., a candidate for
the office of Attorney-General, mbiect to the
action of the Demooratio Convention.
THE Appeal il authorized to announce S.
D. WEAKLEY ai a candidate for Attorney-General,
lubject to the Democratic Con
vention. For Reaialer.
TO the Voten of Shelby County ind My
Friendi I hereby announce mymlf lor
the lecond time a candidate for the office of
County Register, lubjeot lo the Democratic
Convention. I am poor and need the office.
Feeling that my pat icrviceaia "ervant of
the people hai given latiifaction, and that I
lufTragei and tupport for County Reaiiter, If
am, reipactfully, JOHN A. POWEL. J
WE are authorized to announce N. F.
(BUNK) UARKISON ai a candidate
for Register, lubject to tha action of th
Demooratio County Convention.
THE Appeal II
anthnrlced to annonnoal
I JOHN r
AirUAbLiCM ai a candidate
for Register, luiject to the action ol the
1 1 . . i
THE nnderiigned announces that he II a
candidate lor Regiiter, and aikl the
laonort ot the voters of Shelbv eountr. If
elected, will endeavor to give latiifxction In
the discharge ot tne antiei ot toe nmce, ana
Elacel hii claim! subject to the action of th
ounty Democratic Convention
TIIOS. B. CRENSHAW.
Memphis, March 28, 18&.
A. DOUGLAS, of Kerrville, Tenn., I a
candidate for REGISTER, subject to th
action of th Demooratio Convention.
WE are authorized to announce E. A.
EDMONUSON aa a candidate for
County Regiiter, subject to the action of the
Is authorized to announce
X JOHN W
GOULD aa a candidate for
the office of Regiiter, subject to the action ol
th Democratic Convention.
Jnda-eoMne Cirenll Conrl.
WM. S. FLIPPIN is a candidate for Cir
cuit Judge of Shelby County, subject
to th action of a Democratic Convention.
W are authorized to announce L. H. ES
TE-, JR., as a candidate for Judge of th
Circuit Cou't, sabject to th action of th
JAMES L. G0OPLOK will be a candidate,
before th Democrat! Convention, tor
nomination to the omce ot J udge ot the Cir
cuit Court; and, if defeated, will support
the luccessful nominee.
We are anthoriced to announce that J011N
JOllXsTuN is a cind'dale for Judge of the
Circuit Court ol Shelbv County, subject to
action of the fipmocr.t'c Conv.nticn.
Mm lin-lv cored Mr. b. A. Cocki. 3;9 Main
itreet, Merophu, Tenn., of a lev ere case ol
chills and fever. He believe! in it,
F. MEYER, Sec'y and Treas.
verv variety md ityle, and amona
Ilocker for our
torn Kid, Cioat and
Dittman A Co. W inviu th. i-.,i.
guarantee verything w tell to give laiiilaotion.
ihk or .
MEMPHIS, TENN., Jun 1, 1886.
day dinolved by limitation. Theiurviving
buiinmi at the nffio nf tl,.i. ...n-.... 7
Z. N. KTK-t.
K. J. L'OAN, Executrix.
IV. B. D0AS.
DURING th leaion we will receive Bea
Hart'i Berriei n orn-ng and evening.
J uit received a fresh lot of Kennedy lina
Biscuit and Cakei.
Butter Scotch, Beatrice, Albert,
Lemon Cream, Jelly Drops, Mirewsbury,
Cocoanut Taffy, Royal Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. Assorted Jelly, Eh).
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
Corner Second and Beale Sta.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importer and dealer In Hani, Ammo,
nltlnn and Flahlns; Tackle, Bnlldera'
Hitrdware, Lleetrlc Bella and An-
nnelalorwfor Hotel! and rlsidenoeg,S4S
Main atreet, Hemplila, Tenn. Electric
inppliei alwayi on hand. Repairing neatly
SHEA & McCAKTHY, Fropr's,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
ORB Of 1HB LARO BST liOlLBU B II OPS
in th Honth. and th. nniv coninlatAt
Boiler and Sieet-Iron Vork in tho city,
liannfartarera of hrm? rfate Irom
work of every dewrrli(lon. FpeclaJ
attontlow tir.1 lo r.lant-lion work.
Importer and Dealer in
Van. Flnhfiia Tmhlo ami fSporlav
mt-B'i Mniipllea. mar Special attention
given to MANUFACTURING and RE
412 Main Klvfeinilil. Tenn
UROWX'N IRON RITTEKN CUM
iilMtlviirail Miaa Kthnl Unnthnrni. Kb
Hi 1 itreet, Memi h'l. Tenn
from whioh ihe luffered nea.
a;Iv a vear. Tw
bottlei only were required to do the work.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
fjnns, Animnnltlon, Flubing Tackle
and Base-Hal I Wood.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
aa Main Street, Merapkla, Tenn;
Manufacturing and Repairing of Gum a
BPOWS'8 IRON III ITERS Proved
to Mr. John Q. Highams, 101 Third
street, Memphis, Tenn., a most efficacious
remedy for constipation and indigestion.
His daughter also takes it with satisfactory
Joan OvaaTOg, Ja. 0. N. Gaoaviaoa.
GVF.RTOK & GR0SVEH9R,
Real Estate Dealers
4CI3XTS at BftOHJEKS,
Office, 264 Second Street.
. n. Cor. aeeond and Conrt,
RFAL ISIATH BOUQUT AND SOLD.
Taxes Faid. Recti CoUtctad, tc. on
A LIBRARY IN ITSELF."
The La tost include a Pronouncing
(aietteer of the World, over iM
tit ei! Hinvronl.io.l OlJi
noi...l ,.T "! """";.!."'
'"ri illustration; iih.ik.) Word
.1 . :1""0 m"re than found in
S, . DA'r",'n "tionary. Comei with or
without Patent In lex. "Invaluable in every
liool and at everv Fireside." r
G. & C. MERRIAM A C0., PtihYi.Springfield, Ma.
1PO7't IROX Ktri'EKN WI
used with salutary effect in the family
of Mn. E. W. Edmund, ifii Ad.nii street,
Memphis, Tenn. 6he way cured of nervous
ness aud ber huiband of indigestion.
BAH & CO