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RAILROAD TiflE TABLE.
lo1nTill,Nf w Orlraas ta4 1t Rj
iMMiNMirFi oi r
Ob ud ehe Mj 1 )Mi, ihwmm trains ea
lets road will run M loiloai:
JAbf MAlL. Hoaia. I fctl.
I :S0 p.m
10: (13 p.m
1 : e.tn
11 1)6 p.m
A Wltb til lloei entering Meapfctl.
B With ll.iN.W.H. R. for Helena.
0 or Greenville and Huntington, end til
Arkansas point. . "
D-With V. A f. end V.. 8. A f . Railroads.
ft-With N., J. A C. R. R. for i etches knd
f For Poibu ob the Branen.
6 With iiumin (or Barou Sara.
H With railroads . diverging fur Florid.
TexM end Coeitlpninte. '
J AS. M. KPMMKIiS, V. P. BBdQ.lt.
A. J. KSAPP. fl. P. A.
tseleelapl aad Tw Trtlni
Sot M follow! flew Orleani sail arrival
uly at a.m. i leav.i daily at 6:011 p.m.
fiardi! aecouim detion arrival daily at 8 4.r
a.m. I leave! dally at 5:2U m. New Orlrani
mail train will not itip at any flag station
between Mempbii and Sardii. or at "h'l
haven. Hora Lake, Meibil and Love. Freight
trains do sot carry paeaengeri.
Mew port araiaatf Mfelaatppl Val
ley. Iraini move a tollowi: No. I (tait
Una daily) leaves at 1U:J a.m. No. 2 laavaa
at 11:40 p m. daily, bt. Loaii fut lin
Imtu daily at 6:) p.m. bo. 7 (lait Una
daily) arrival at 1:30 p.m. Mall and a
press arriTM daily at 8:1 a.m. St. Louil
fast lis arrive, daily at K:U6 a.m.
Loulevllla aad ahvllle Train I
ov. as follow! : fait mail arrives daily at
6:1 a.m.: leaves at 10:1U p.m. i mall leave!
daily at 10:10 a.m. arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brownsville aooommndatiom leavw daily'
except Sunday, at 5:00 p.m. I arrive! daily,
except Sunder, at AO a.m. (itandardtima).
Hemphli and LHIIe Rork. Train i
move as follow! (central stand rd time):
No. 1 leave! dally at 6:116 p.m.i err I el at
:V p.m. No. 3 learea at o:N a.m. ; arrive!
51 :60 a.m. No & (froiirht) leave! Uopefield
ally (except Sunday) at fi:0u a.m. arrival
t 7 :10 p.m.
Meniphl and 'harleeton Trains
Jiova aa fnilowi: Through eipren leave!
ally at 0:1NI p.m. mail and express leave!
ally at lll:()a m. Soaserviile eoeommode
lion leaves daily, aioapt Sunday, at b:M)
p.m. Through express arrives daily at 6:25
a.m. Wail end express arrive! dally at 4 :6ft
8.m. Bomerville accommodation arrival
ally, eioept Sunday, at Si.'K) a.m.
Unit Raoladtanaae t'liy, Nprlnar-
rll aad Memphis.) Traim leave M. and
T. depot ai fol awi: No. 4, h'ansait itaex
press, leavaa at 10:45 a.m. I No. 3, Kansas
City expreai, er-ivee at .1:90 p.m. .No, 2,
Kania City mail, leavaa aU:00 p.m.! No. 1,
Kaniai Oily mail, arrival at 0:46 a-m. No.
I, Ht. Loaii and Chieano eure-s. eavei at
iflO p.m.) No l,Kt. Louil end Oblcanoei
preM, arr'vei at 8:46 a.m. In aBert Hunday,
April 18, 1IW6.
rnphli, Blrmlwaham and Allan,
tl Uollv Hprinn Kouta-Traini mova a
lellowit No 1 leave! Meinpbil daily at 3:1
p m.t arrival at Uolly r-pringi at 6:68 p m. i
No. 2 leave! Unlly -rrinm daily at 9:00
a.m.. arrival at Mempbii at '1:1 a.m. I No.
t leavoi Memphli dally at 7:16 p.m., arrival
Rt Holly K print! at 11:4S p.ui.l No. 6 leave!
(UyS prior daily at 2:1 a.m.. arrival at
Uawphii at 8:4. a.m.
WaiamoTOK, Juna 6, 18H6, 1 a.m.
Indications: For Tenntwe and
ArkanfM, fair weather, nearly Bta
For Uiuimippi. local raint, fMiefd by
fair vxaOicr and slightly warmer, variable
srindt. For Arkantai, Ijonitiana and
TfJCat, fair wtathrr, nearly ttatima'y
ImptTatun and variable winds. For
Tennrttee, fair icratlier, m arly stationary
temperature and variable winds.
Mmrma, Ta., June 4, 1888. '
1 rime. liar. Thur. Wind. W'ther
7:00 a.m. 110.05 63.0 N K. Clondy
11:00 a.m. till 07.0 N. Fair.
8:00 p.m. IIO.OIH 7H.0 N R Char.
7:00 p.m. 21 WI7 7B.0 ,N. Clear.
10:00 rt.m. 20 DKfi 70 0 N. CIh.t.
Minimom tnirtun, 63.0.
Otone, 11 o'clock A.m., 2,
Balnfali, .01. Jt
la the tialloa Rocloa.
BioHAtr flgHYin, U, 8. Abmt,
June 4, 1886-5 p.m.
Division of telnnrams and report for
the benefit of commerce and agricul
ture. Cotton region bulletin lor the
twenty-fonr hours ending June 4tb, 5
Memphia 78 (13 .01
Nashville 76 GO
Grand Junction... 76 01 .0)
Corinth 77 61 .00
Tnecnmbia 7 7 63 .00
Decatur 81 (ili .05
BootW)toro 77 6!) ,00
Bateaville 7 (it .00
llernando 74 67 .00
Grenada. n 71) 64 .00
Arlington 7 it 47 .60
Brownsville 77 01 .00
Milan 78 60 .00
Paris.. 76 41 .00
Covington........... 78 62 .00
DyerabrjrK K2 6S .00
Bolivar 62 .01
Holly Hprinira 76 62 .00
Oxlurd 77 64 Oi
8uoii....... 133 1073 12
Means 77 f6 01
WilminRttn 7 60 ,81
Charleston 87 65 82
AngmU 87 66 ,0S
Bovannah 1)3 71 .47
Atlanta. 83 65 .60
Montxnmerv KS 6 .XI
Mobile 8-5 65" .09
Hew Orleans 83 6 .0 )
Galveston- 81 67 .17
Vicksbnrg 77 (H .06
Little Roi 7!) 61
Memphis 77 f6 .01
Sums fi!)S 771) 3-"5
Means... 83 65 .21),
No mnrriae liceimos vfere iwtied
The erand jury mt yesterday and
found a lew trifli n indictments
The Kewp'irt News end Missis
elppi Valley Company are gelling ex
cursion tici eta o Louisville.
Another )iig slice dnipped into
the river at the f'Mjt of Hcale street
Tee'.erdav. The flourinir mill is in
Po'itirs nd the picnic season
walk merrily along hand in hand.
There are few candid es who have
the courage to ruiuae to buy a ticket.
T1ih Wes' Memphis Park will
f next tMM'lay. T e strainer P.
r Kelly, it Ii barges, w ill make
yf ,is every ha f ho r. There will w
ige perln" slices and the vie torx
K'ili havo n-e nf athletic impl r.icnla
'and other pjiportunilie to v joy i
rU-'iiy ci men can be found ho
insi t upon Capt rarragh'a Democ
racy, a qualification so eminently ne
i eM ry luai u lur innpoc or. A lilU)r
fight s being made on him by the
friends of one of the defeated candi
dates, who hope that his nomination
w ill not be confirmed.
The First Baptist Church wai
well filled last night when "The Sing
ing Flowers" bloomed in all their
fragrance ard charm. The solos
were: "My Lif- for Thee," "Oh,
tm, My Darling," "The Flower
Girl," "TheKxile;" a quartefe from
Rigoletta and "Oh, Bother the Flow
ers" The firemen are red hot on ac
count of the cder issued by the Com
missioners. The department is in
first-rate working order and thoroggh
ly eflictent, and thty think it unjust
to put a suspicion on every member
of the force because a few may be lax
in the'r duties. They agree with the
policeman who waa interviewed yes
terday. President Hadden said yesterda
t'at he had no frt'ilt to find with the
policeman interviewed by the Appeal.
lie was his friend, he said, even if he
was a It ifle sarcaatic, and be had maite
up his mind to pursue jug: the course
marked out. I lis principal reason, he
said, for attending to details himself,
was to gt rid of them onco and for
all, and then he did not care to make
his callers mud by refusing ti talk
with them even if it did wotry and
Tho building committee f t the
erection of additional buildings of the
Christian Brothers College, consisting
of Copt. Jarre lice, i' Michael
Oavin, Dr. D.T. Porter, Brother llo
munld, Vice Provincial from Kt.
1iuis, and Brother Maurelian, Presi
dent of the College, concluded on
yesterday evening a c reful exun ina
tion of the twenty-'hree bids offered,
and decide') in favor of Messrs. -New-
fiort and Stephens for excavation snd
ir ck work, a d T. F. Callahan for
all other departments of tho building.
Mr Itobert Fletcher was selected as
superintendent of construction.
Tenncsscs fire insurance com
panies figured prnmin' n ly in a fire
which occured in Chicago May 2i), de
stroying 1 K),HH. Out of i'siirance
amounting to 84,500 on buildings and
1 341,4 47 on con'enta, or t25,047 in all,
coveri' g the stately structure occupied
as a printing and publishing establish
ment by Be veal flrm, Tennessee
companies are in for $18,000, as fol
lows: Tre Knoxvill of. Knoxville,
7500; Van'erbilt of Memphis, 1 000;
Factors of Memphis, f V 00 i Fast Ten
nessee and Mount in City of Knox
ville $1001) ech, and Home Mutual of
Nashville, $4,500. These policies were
placed by Chicago brokers. Of tho
forty-five comp nies in the loss twenty-two
are in Sou'hern cities.
Nolo Agents for Horace K. K elly
( o.'s Key West ( Igars.
Tho trado supilied at New York
prices. A full assortment constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by us: Uayoso Hotel stand,
I'eabody Hotel Blond and 31U Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. I. samklson a co.
II. D IIeyunun has returned from
Tub exhibition of pictures at Miss
Ashe's studio will be continued to
day. Miss Fannib Lewis of Woodville,
Miss., is the g iest of her cousin Miss
KHa D. Tal ey, coiner of Trigg and
Til a Memphis and L'ttlo Uock road
resumes dcuhle daily trains on Mon
day morning, June 7th, leaving at
6:55 a m., and 5:25 p. m,
g Mr. PniL A. IIai.i k, correspondent
of he New York and Chicago Aews
iMer, and Mr. Hum Mook, will leave
to mor.ow for the Springs.
Ji iin C. Jovcit, the representative
of Memphis Pressaiois Union, left
last niglu for Pittsburg to attend the
convention f the International Typo
graphhal Union. '
Visa Ahmk IxwiNnAUPT and Miss
Adelle Yarhrough of Covington.Tenn ,
are amoi g the passengers on Uie
steamer Granite Suite which left yes
terday for Cincinnati.
W, T. W Ai.THAiii, jr., of Mobile, is
in t' e city. He was surprised at t'le
growth and imprevenunt of the city
si ce 1878, wien fee wai here with
his father, Mj. Vfalthall, who render
ed tiood eervice during the epidemic.
Mkl. P. A. JtMiKsoN, accompanied
b her little grand daughter, Kdna
Hobh, loft ycBlerday by the Grani c
8 ate for New York City via Cincin
rati, to he absent until the tl Ht of
September. They will be the kuchIs
t,f John II Robb.
T CArr. J. Hakvxy M atiikb leaves tt
day for Fast TeiiHessee, wheie he will
deliv r an add reus before tliH Univer
sity at Knoxville, of which institution
he has been a vis tor for fifteen ye ra.
Ho wi I return by way of Nashville
and the Judicial Convention.
Okolona Visa Slrssrnqir: Frank
White, one of t e proprietors and the
business manager of the New Uayoso
H tel at M mphi", is a polite, gentle
manly a d painataki g host, and to
I im we are under lasting obligations
forcou tesiesand attentions shown us
tlurieg our re.-ent visit to the Bluff
City. We iano -eenully recommend
t e Gayoso, too, to our readers as be
ing the best -we meaj it-h.,t 1 in tho
4'lrrnlt 'nuri I'lrrrn, Jailaei,
Mi tiom mi l he heard to d.y, com
nieniug at 9 n'clm k.
Junies Reil'y to J il n 8. P ake, psrls
of blocks 6i and f4, Clay'cr ok'a sub-
div's 0', north udo of Henry avenue,
lor il. too.
D. C. 8h lighter, trimtep. etc.. to D
E. Myere, 1, ti 1 and 2 ami t art of lot
4, bio. k 5'.', ejt eide id Driver street,
jKtiies Duffy and wife lo M'cl-.ael
B snun, lot oi the s ir h aide f J.hn
so- avei.ne, 1(lSxl76 feet, for J20.K).
Georire K. Brown to Kilen B Cary,
'ots 1, 2 and 3, Iowa avenue and La
Koho street, 330x:iftO feet, for $175
I aroline Join son al to Kllen K.
Car., lots 7, 8, V und 10, Wtst tide It
Bose stree'. for f333 33
D. K. Myers to P. D Jordan, trus
tee to secure 1) C. Slaughter, trustee.
etc , in th 1 sum of 1117, lots I and 2
and part of lot 4, bloi k 52, South Mem
phis, Driver street.!
J. D. Ocl!y and wife to Walter CI-i -I'ress,
lo'a 134. 135 and 136, west eide
A r-o s'.reet, 50xl48J feet each, for
Ine A Chase and wife to T. W. Cox,
2 acres on the sonth aide of Bass av
enue for $1600.
P0 M.trket street. Telephone 717. Re
duction of prices for balance of the
MEMPITI8 DAILYGAPPEAL--SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1886.
Closing prices of July options at
Chicago yesterday: Pork, $8 65;
lard, 6.1O06ic; dear rib sides,
6.4rc; corn, 35c; wheat, 78c; oats,
Visrroas on 'Charge yesterday:
8. C. Upsham. liilltiborough, Tex.;
Gen. G. G. Dibrell, Sparta, Tenn. ;
W.T. Mitchell, Mirs Pink Mitchell,
Miss NupU Ilallowell, Mas Tebe
Hallowell, Colliervllle; Mrs. 8. L
Covington. Somerville; MissMarvella
Corinth, Marvella, Ark.
MENKES AND COMPANY
OFFER SPECIAL BARGAINS
Meu's aad Boys' Clothing,
Men's and Boys' Hats,
Men's and Both Shoe?,
Men's and Boys' Underwear,
Men's and Beys' ShlrU and Hose.
At $1 75 Men's Alpsca Coa's.
At $160 Men's and Youths' Seer
At $1 25 Boys' odd Knee Pants.
At $10 Youths' All-Wool Suits, long
pants: foimerly $15.
At 25c, 50c, 75c, over 10 000 Men's,
Youths' and Boys' 8 law Hats.
At $4 50 Men's French Ca f, Hand
made Shoes (bsst made), real
value, $0 50.
1000 Summer Silk Scarfaat 35c.
Special Offerings To-Day
100 rew Mikado Satin and Pongee
Parawls, at 5 48 each.
500 Black Silk Umbrellas at $1 50,
75 latest novelty Lace-Trimmed
Paraeo's at $2 60, upward.
New Summer Millinery.
We have just opened new shapes
in fine and Medium Straw hats
and Bonnets, all marked at remark
ably low prices.
LAST DAY FREE TRIMMING.
Take advantega cf th la-t day to
have your Huti and Bonnets
trimmed without cott if mateiials
are bought in the house.
25 dec Ladies' extra-lergth Jersey
Spun Silk Glove, new shades,
at 75c; f irmeily $1 50.
300 dor. AH Silk Lace Mitts at 25c,
50 dm Jersey Silk Mitts, all the
new shades, at 75c and $1.
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
Fine Watch repairing at Malford's.
"A straw best shows from whence
the wind blows," and the numerous
queries relative to the rale of the
housns and lots on Walker, Cum
minus and Elmwood avenus which
F. W. Royster & Cj. are called upon
to answer one thousand times daily,
Indicata very plainly that public in
tereft is aroused, and that parties in
tend bnying now The rale will take
place Thursday, June lOtb.
Nolld Silverware at Bfulforda'
Adilee to Motbeitt.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
ehould always be used wbon children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
si! Herein at once ; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to tasto. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all
Eain, relieves wind, regulates the
owels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
OrderwMullorl Made Menial."
M. A L. It. It. It.
The Memphis and Little Rick Rail
road rep lime their double daily tiains
Monday morning, 7th inst., leaving at
5:55 a. m. and 6:25 p. m.
do 4o KnlleUg-e A Lagamaralno for
your rinmhlna anil iJaa-t'lHIng:
7.KI.I.XEK aV CO.
NOW THE TIME UA8 COME
For every prudent housewife to
economize by lay irg in a supply of
ourrtal get uine baigAinsin C'dld's
Shoes. '1 here are no gentlemen's
shoes among the strck we puichaied
f om B Lioi sUiuA Bits., but we
I ave ti arkf d our own goods down
reaidlets of cist.
We've (lot a Little List.
A lot of Child's Button Shoes
(worti $1 25 or nnre) a' 50.'.
A lot t f a lies')pera Toe Slippers,
gennixe kid(wrr.h 00c) vt 60c.
A lot of Lsdiea' Genuine K d But
ton Hms, Bilk-worked buttin
holes! worth at least $225),$1 65.
A lot i f l.uli s' K d and Goat New
port Ties (worth $1 75) at f 1.
A lot of Ladies' finn hand turn
French K'p.Vamp Button Shoes
(cheep lor $3 75) only $2 75.
And nnmer ins other bargains at
astonishingly low prices are o Hired
for your inspeclioD. Come, and
yon will buy.
ZELLXKIt A CO.
Dyeing and Cleaning;.
Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace cartains by
Lonis Reigel, 58 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods received by express
Monogram Hang lew; Mnlfbrd
Tiiipublics.de of houses and lots
on Walker, Cumminns and Elmwood
avennee, advertised for Thursday
next, promises to be a big success.
The locality is desirable, ihe terms
esy snd all else favorable. Go Bte
the place an 1 enroll yourself among
Hot Katleda-eat Laa-wa
In order to intioiluce the Alabama
Splint Cortf in this market, it will be
delivered at ikic per barrel in city lim
its. It has no superior.
f. . I'AlTaHSUft X CO.
8h ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and Laundry on fifth page.
Kalsomininq telephone 609, Mc
NeiL Da. C. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street,
P. M. Stanlxy, funeral director and
emba mer, 65 Madison street.
Omioa flour, the best. Try it.
SCHOOUriBLD, HAKAUIB A CO.
Ladics can have spring sewing done
satisfactorily and reasonably at 2t0
Paint your carriage for 75 cents
with Neal s Carriage Paint. For sale
by A. Renkert.
Send a postal to the Memphis Collar
and Cuff Laundry, 61 Main street, to
call for yonr laundry.
Dp. Wii.liford baa move his office
to 69 Madison s'reit, corner of Third.
Ofli e hours from 9 to 10 a. m. and 2 to
3 p. m.
Thb Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonieanii antl-wiodin knows. A oertain
and lure oure for pb'Ili. Prioa tl par uot
tla. Send itampi for rtreulari. Any ref
erent alien. Adilrait Joba 0. Rookar,
A bio chance for a cheap, substan
t:al and comfortable home is afforded
the mau of limited means by the sale
of houses and lots on Walker, Cum
miogs and Elmwood avenues, to take
place on Th ui sduy r ext. Don't fail to
Anoohtdra Bitters are the best
remedy for removing indigestion and
all diseases originating from the di
gestive organs. Beware of counter
feits. Ask your grocer or druggist for
the genuine article, manufactured by
Dr. J. G. B. S egcrt A Sons.
We call the attention of our read
ers to the card of Mr. G'lbert Raine.
It will he suen that he tepn-sents over
$40,000,000 insurance capital. Most
of the companie recited he has rep
resented some years. In addition, he
has added seveai rong ones to the
lint. Having had a thorough training
for fourteen years in the profession oi
insurance, he can bo depended on to
respond intelligently to the wants of
his ( ustomers.
"The cottage homes of Meraphil,
liow beautiful they atand
To realize the truth of this adapta
tion of an English poem, one bas only
lo walk' to 17 Lindin Mreet and view
the Taylor cottage This is indeed an
ideal cottage, and its proximity ti the
business center of the city is not the
leatt of its many attiactions. Go, see,
and be convinced, and then come to
the sUs next Tuesday and buy, and
in future years yonr children, realiz
ing the whilom of your investment
and reaping its benefit;, will "rise up
and call you blessed."
Hotel St. George. 51 Clark street,
Brcoklyn, fireproof, best construction
splendidly located on Brjoklyn
Heights, clo-e to Bridire, bandy to
central points of New York City and
Coney Island, with more luxury at
ona-third prions; 400 rooms, all eleo
tiic-lighted (1 01) bath-rooms), hand
Boinely decorated; very beet uphol
stered furniture; finest bedding; con
ceded to be one of the finest ho els in
the country. Transient rate?, t'2 60
per day, with private toilet. Snale
looms, $1 per night; open all night;
cuisine oii'nr aisd.
Lonlavlllc ExcnrMl m Tickets
The Newport News and Mississippi
Valley Company will soil tickets to
Louisville and return at $11 25 from
June 7th to 10th, gooi returning until
June loth, on account of the Opera
IB BSMOVID BT THB UBS OF COCOAINS,
And it stimulates and promotes the
growth of the hair.
Bnrnett's Flavoring ExtranUi are the
Orniumond's Natural Leaf.
The only genuine "Na'ural Leaf'
tobacco in the market ; "two tin tags,
one on each end of the p'ug ;" a mild,
elegant chew. Don't be deceived into
buying imitations. Take none but the
original "Drummond's Natural Leaf"
Mnlford, Jeweler, 294 Main, so
loclts orders from the conntry.
VicKSBORfj, June 4. Night De
parted : City of Providence and R. 8.
Hayes and barges, St. Louie.
Cincinnati, June 4. Night River
15 feet 5 inches on the gauge and ris
ing. Weather clear and pleasant.
New Obiianb, June 4. Night
Arrived: John A. Wood and tow,
Louisville. Departed: City of Natchez,
St. Louis. "
EvANsvnxi!,Jiine 4. Night River
rising, with9fet9inchesou the gauge.
Weather pleasant, Departed: Buck
eye Statu, 2 p.m. .
LouiHviLi.it, June 4. Night River
riving, with 7 feet 2 inches in the
canal and 4 feet on the falls. But ine us
air. Weather clear and pleasant.
St. Louis, June 4. Night River
fallen 6 inches, and now stands 16 fe t
8 inches on the gauge. Weal her clear
and cool. Arrived: Annie P. Silver,
New Orleans; lielle Memphis, Vicks
burg. No departures of regulat
Cairo, June 4. Night River 23
feet S Inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather clear and mild. Arrived:
Golden Crown, New Orleans, 5 p.m.
Departed : W. W. 0'N111 and barges,
New Orleans, 2 p.m. ; Golden Crown,
nnclnnst.', 4 n m.
CURTIS & CO.
817 and 819 afST I DfllS
OH W 0) BOILERS
LODGERS' & RAFTERS'APPLIANCES
SAW AND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
49- WUITK FOR CATAlAM.l'E.
To all wbo ara luflerinf from the arrori and
indinoretioni of youth nervoui weakneai,
aarly decay, lorn of manhood, etc, I will
end a reeii that villi cure you, FREKOF
CUAB0E. Thli irrvjat ramedy waa dir?ovr
ad by a minionary In South America, Send
al'-addrese 1 envelop to the Rev. Jjii?s
T. Isail, Stnivn J), Jltv Tor.
JAMES C. BEIX, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
No. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET. MEMPHIS, TENN.,
MANUFACTURERS AIID JOBBERS
Saddles, Harness, Collars,
SADDLERY HARDWARE AND LEATHEK.
t SPECIAL PFICES to Railroad and Levee Contractor, for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness. -
What It Will Be Fashionable
To Do and Not To Do.
HIM' 5 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.
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
oost 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, continue to buy their
clothing at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 2G2 Seoond street.
Curl-papers will be much worn in
the morning, but false hair should
be carefully hung over the back of a
chair before retiring. Before de
ciding to buy elsewhere see the fine
stock at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
2G2 Secand street.
In writing love letters don't call
your best girl a "ducky darling" more
than 909 times. She might remem
ber that a duck waddles and feels in
sulted at the comparison. Compari
son, however, is the true test of
merit, and comparison shows that
the prices at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors are much less than prices else
whore. 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 suite 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 Sqoaret
Open evenlnr till 0, Saturdays
staT All alterations to insure a per
fect fit done free of charge.
N.B. We have several hundred
Seersucker Coats and Vests which
will be sold at $1 25.
Young & Brother,
I.ookKcVers and Stationers.
9tH MainK.; Meuipb ir, Tenn
Brier var Kallre
STOCK AT. COST.
MEN, yonnc or old.
And the K lee trio
Shield and Suicnio
ry cure every itaae ol
VVeakneii of the Kid
ce I, heiual Syitein,
Varicocele and lostur
enfeebled row en.
Money refunded if
not aa represented.
Price an and upward,
rami'hlet free. All
ordure mnt be lent to
way. aw Tnrfti, av
Ir t o , 7a HrvMMti
all our Western offirei
The Orltrtaal and Oaly Hcanlnc.
Sate and alwayi Reliable. Beware ot wort It.
I. Imitation!. Indipemable to 1.4 III M.
A- your Drnavlat (or "t'blchtr"
t uali- "aad take no other, or inoloee 4e
(itampa) to ui for particular! ik Lima by
rrlara mall. I. a PAP1.H,
rketer I rtemlral
II. HI MaalwB Saaare. Phllarta.,
TKAUK lapplied by SO. C. OOOD WIS
KROVelvaiROX ntTTF.RH CAUSED
the dyrepiia, which troub ed Mrl.
John H. (liiion.HS Hill itreel. Mempbii.
Tenn., lor nearly three year, to ipeedily
dinappt&r. the liuoarely ulviive ail af
flicted to try h.
James M. Ooodbar Waa. In Clark Kacana J. Carrlactoa Frank e.
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to MKRCHAHT OBIT tha"larreit and bait Itook of Boots and Shoe w.
havo ever broaaht to thii market, and which cannot be inrnaaied in quality and
tylei by any home in tail or any other city. In addition to a complete line of Kaatern
made good, inclod-na the t'ttb! BK a Tr.U MliiAK A CO. BKUUtaS. we handle
a I erg. and eelect itock of Cuitom-made Ooodi for Men, Women, Miiaei and Children. Wa
carry a number of the belt makei in the eountry, in everv variety md at le, and amonff
them the well known llen'i Calf Boot and Shoei manufactured hy (ieo. Hooker for our
Hprina Trade. V) . alio earry a ohoioe line of Ladiei' and Miriei' Custom Kid, Goat and
Calf (ioodi, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman A Co. We invite the trad, to examine
our itook before buying elaewhere, and w. (uarautew everything w. lell to rive iHtisfaction.
MEMPHIS, TENN., June 1, 1886.
THB firm of ESTKS. D0AN t CO. Ii thii day dinolved by limitation. The mrvivinr
partner, 'L. N. Etei, will lettl. the buiineil at the office of their luocenori, Z. N.
Est ba A tC'.. who will oontinue tna waoleialo Urooery and Cot'on factnraKe buiineil at
loruier.y dona by us.
Z. N. ESTE3. S. S. BPICER. W. B. D0AN.
Z. N. ESTES & CO.
(SCt'CIC.SORS TO ISTES, DO .491 A CO.)
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
For JadKe of I He aruulual toari.
MESSK8. lsploon Pill, Uenry J. Lynn,
John W. Dillard, 11 M. Neely. W. U.
Betha ,K. O. Craig A Co . (i V. Hambaut,
A. L. Lowenitein, J. 8. Menken and othen
In response to your call upon me to be
oou e a candidate for the office ol Criminal
Court Judge of bh -lby county, with lincera
thanii lor your kindneu and courtesy, I
hereby announoe my-elf ai a candidate for
the poiition, lubject to tha action of the
4'Irrk of the rlmlnal Court.
WE are authorixed to announce R. 8.
CAPERS (tor twenty-one jeari D o
uty) ai a candidate forClrrk of the Criminal
Court of bhelby county, lubject to the Dem
WE are autbo-lted to announce DAB1EY
W. COLi IEKai a candidate lor Clerk
of tha Criminal Court ot Shelby oounty,
subject to the Democratic Convention.
County Court Clerk.
WE are authuriterf to announce that
RICHARD A. ODLUM li a candidate
for County Court Clerk, lubject to tha action
of tha Democratic Convention.
WE are authorised to announce P. J.
QUWLhYaa a candidate for Clerk of
the County Court, su'ject to the action of
the Shelby County Democratio Convention.
Judge of the rrobato Court.
TO My Fellow-Citiaeni of Shelby County
Fearing that my circular announcing
my candidacy tor Probate Ju lge m-ybave
tailed to reach many of you. I take thii
method alio of announcing myilf a candi
date for I hat office, lubject to the action of
the approaching Democratic County C n
ventixn. and respectfully ask your kind sup
port in my behulf. I have the honor to ba
your obedient servant, T. B. MICOU.
WE are authorited to announce J. P.
TOUNii ai a candidate for the office
of Judge ol the Probate i ourt, lubject to tha
action of the County Democratic Convention.
WE are authorised to announce JOHN
M. UHADLEV ai a oandidate lor
Trustee ot Shelby county at the ensuing
Auguit election, lubiect to tha aolion of tha
WE are authorleed to announce AN
DREW J. HARRIS ai a candidate for
re-eleotion to the office of County Trustee,
ubiect to the action ol the Democratic Con
vention. THE Appeal li authorixed to announce Mr.
N. F. LKMAhTER ai a candidate tor
the office of Trustee of rihelby couniy, lub
lect to th. action ot th. Democratic Conven
tion. For Atlornry-tirBioral.
WE are authorixed to announce GEORGE
B. PETbRS, Ja., si a candidate for
the office of Attorney-Ueneral, sub ect to tha
action of the Democrat io Convention.
THE Appeal li an'.hotixed to announce 8.
D. V hAKLKY as a candidate for Attorney-General,
lubject to th. Democratic Con
rpo the Voters of Shelby County and My
X Friends 1 hereby announce myself tor
the lecond time a cand'date for the office of
County Register, lubject io th. Drmocatio
Convention. I am poor and need th. office.
Feeling that my )a t tervioeaaa lervant of
the pe iple has given satisfaction, and that I
tan oom. before th. people and ask toeir
suffrages and pport for County hevister, I
am, respectfully, JOHN A. POWKL.
WE are authorised to announce N. F. ;
(BUNK) UARkISoN as a candidate
for Register, luoject to tni
Democratic County Conventi
action of tha
T1E Appeal is author:ted to announce
V JOHN 1'. McCALLUM al a candidate
Tl . . . . . 1
1 1 ) r iveRlBier su jeu. w lum eubiou ui uie
THE undersigned announces that he li a
candidate tor Register, and aki the
support ot the voters of Shelby county. It
elected, will endeavor to give iatisfiction in
the discharge ot the dutiei of the office, and
places his claims subject to th. action of th.
County Democratic Convention
THOS. B. CRENSHAW.
Memphis, March 28, 18116.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Kerrville, Tenn., li a
. candidate for RKGIsThR. lubject loth,
action of th. Democratic Convention.
J E are authorised to announce E. A.
VV EUMuNuSIIN aa a candidate for
Connty Register, lubject to the action of th
THE Appeal is suthoriied to announce
JOHN W. GOULD as a candidate for
the office of Register, subject to the action of
the Democratic Convention.
Judge of the circuit Court.
WM. 8. FLIPP1N Ii a candidate for Cir
ruit Judge of Shelhy County, lubject
to the action of a Democratic Convention.
W. are authorised to announce L. H. ES
TE4, JR., as a candidate forjudge of th.
Circuit Cou't, subject to tha action cf th.
JAMES L. G0ODL0B will be a candidate,
before the Democrati- Convention, tor
nomination to the office of Judge ot the Cir
cuit Court; and. if defeated, will support
the lucoetiiful nominee.
We are authorixed to announce that JOHN
JOUNsToN is a cand date for Judge of the
Circuit Court ol Shelby County, subject to
action of flic TTio'-rtt'c fopv-niinn.
PI I l-W Instant rel
1 lljni,e ten d,r,, ,
lief Final cure In
Kn nnrrs. no salve, nn siirtbositorv. SulFnr-
erswiii learn of a simple remedy. Free, by
addreiung C. J . Jl AauN , 7i N afiau it. , N . 1 .
MEYEIE, fec'y and Treaa.
Z. N. K-TKS.
K. J. DO AN, Executrix.
DURING th. teaion we will receive Ben
ilart'i Borne n orn'ng and evening.
Just received a fresh lot of Kennedy Una
Biscuit and Cakes.
Butter Scotch, Beatrice, Albert,
Lemon Cream, Jelly Drops, Shrewsbury..
Cocoanut Taffy, Hotel Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. Assorted Jelly, Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
Corner Second and Beale Sta.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
mporten and dealer! In Ones. Ammn
nlllon and rialilua TarUle, Bulldera'
Hanlaere, tlerlrle Bella and Aa
Buulatorafor Hotels and Kesilencel,8a8
Halo ilrest, Hiuplila, lean. Eleotris
uppliei alwayi aa hand. Rapairlmroeatly
shea & McCarthy, Propr's,
U0, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
ONI Of THB LARGKBT B0ILSR SH0PB
in tha South, and th. only complete
Boiler and S.teet-Iron Worki in th. city.
If anufROturura of heavy gtlate Iron
work of every dmcrlptlon. Special
attention rtvee. to plantst'.on work.
KROWK'S IRO!f HITTEHS WAS
used with salutary effect in th. family
of Mrs. E. W. Edmund, 264 Adams street,.
Memphis, Tenn. She was cured of nervous
ness and her husbaod of indigestion.
Imperter and Dealer la
fauna, Fsahlna: Tar hie and Nporta
neu'a Runvllm. enr Special attention
(iven to MANUFACTURING and RE
413 Matin Nt., Memphis, Tenn
KROWN'H 1ROX H1TTKRM COM
pletelycured vliss Ethel Uunthorpe, 85
Hi 1 street, Mem, hi, Tenn, of neuralgia,
from wh oh she suffered nea ly a year. Two
bottiei only were required to do the work. i
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Hong, Ammnnltlon, Fishing Tackle
and BuBP-Kall troods.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
B34 Main Mtreet, Memphla, Tenn
Manufacturing and Repairing of Gun a
KOWN-N 1RIIM BITTEKS Proved
to Mr. John O Uighams. i1 Third
street. Memphis, Tenn., a mos efncacioua
remedy lor oonstipation and indigestion.
His daughter also takes it with saliilactory
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