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RAILROAD HIE TABLE.
Am tern Orleans (Ml T iu B'y
IMtlMirrl TiLUT MliTI.
Ob aad after Hu 1 law, passenger Iniuw
thisroae will run M foliowa:
J lAbl Hail. awn. KoTor
It rHf i ii - t l" a.m
" . , 1 : p'm T:11 a. a
,icisbarg..-..-..D 1W 1:13 a. a
lerrieoa... 1 1:44 a. a 11 lie .a
ihel,.,, f-. 5:16 avaa li p.m
lavwea Re ere. 9- 6:14 a.m 7 :61 .aa
io Price ae..H tMO a.m 5:00 p.m
want v i wiio,
A Witt all II dm entertng Meaphia.
-Witb M. A N. W. R. ft. for Helena.
0 for ttreeevtlle u4 Heatiagtoa, ana all
D-WIt V. A VDL7t lUMraads.
1- With N.. J. A C. R. K. for "etches aas
F For Petal the Branch,
ft with steamers for Bayoa San.
8 With railroads diverging for Florida,
Tote m4 CeestlpoinU.
J AS. M. KDWAhDS. V. P.aaad. U.
A. J.KJJAPP.H. P. A.
lasriaarlaal aad Toooaeaca. Tralnl
Eu fulluws: how Orleans nail arrives
at :a.m.i leaves dally at 6:00 pan.
aeooamedetioa arrives dally at 1:45
.m.s leasee dally at &:U p.m. Vew Orleana
Rail train will sot atop at any flat tatioa
tweea Meaphia mid Hardis, or at VV hite
haven. Hora Lake, Neybit and Love. Freight
traiai do aot carry puhhim.
ovraoraa'awaaad Hlealealapl Tail
lay -1 rat of mor. aa lollowai Feet ia
laaraa at 10:(0 a.m. i Ht. Loala faat Una
leaves at :t p.m. i Faat Una arriTaa at 1 :90
p.m.; St. Louis faat Una arrive at K:U6 a.m.
Lonlavlllo mm MkTtlla-Trtlni
rove u follow: Faat mail arrives daily at
16 a.m.: leaves at 10:10 p.m. I mail leaves
dally at 10:10 a.m. I arrirea at 4:00 p.m.
Brownsville accommodation laaraa daily'
aioept bandar, at 6:00 p.m. j arriTaa daily,
leapt Sunday, at t:60 a.m. (atandard time).
oaapbla and I.HtU ktK-k. Tralnl
mora a fbllowa (central atandird lima):
No. 1 laaraa daily at 6:45 p.m. : arrlraa at
1:66 p.m. No. t laaraa at 6 :6 a.m. I arrives
at :60 a.m. No. 6 (freight) laaraa Uopefleld
dally (eioept Bunday) at 6:00 a.m.i arrlraa
at 7 :10 p.m.
Memphis aad "Chorleeitoa Tralnl
Jiove aa followai Through aiprata laaraa
ally at 10:20 p.m.. Mail and eapreas laaraa
dally at 10:00 am. Somervlllo aoooinmode
Uon loaraa dully, eioept Sunday, at t:'M)
p.m. Through isaprese arrlraa dally at (1:25
a.m. Mall end ftpress arrives daily at 4 :fiA
S.m. Somewise accommodation arrlraa
ally, eioept Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
etalf Moal-(Kaaeaa Cltjr.BprlsaaT
Boldaue) Mriisplils) Trains leave.M. and
T. depot aa foliowa: No. 4, Kanraa ( ity ai
praaa, laaraa at 10:46 a.m.) No. 8, Kaoeaa
City eipress, arrlraa at 8:30 p.m. No. 2,
K antes City mail, laaraa at8:00p.m.i No. 1,
Kansas City mail, arrives at 8:45 a. in. No.
I, Ht. Louis and Cblcaao eipress, laaraa at
SiOO p.m.) Mo. I, Ht. Loula endChloeao ei
press, arrlraa at 1:45 a.m. In effect Sunday,
April 18, 1886.
Mempblo, Itlrsnlaaham Bad Atlan
tic Holly Springs Root Traina more aa
lellowa: No. 1 laaraa Uamphia dally at 8:4.
p.m. I arrlraa (t Holly tiprinia at 6:61 p.m.
No. i laaraa lfcdly Bnrlmia daily at V:00
a.m., arrlraa at Mempnla at II :16 a.m. t No.
(leaua Mamphla dally at 7:16 p.m., arrirea
at Holly fiprinre at 11:46 p.m.i No. 6 laarea
Hotly Hprinaa daily at Silo a.m., arrirea at
M.mphie atii6 a.m.
WiiHinoTOH, Jane 1, 1886, 1 .ra.
Indication!!; for Tenneeneo and
ArkantM, Ick-aI rJn, nc.Rrfy station
Fur MiMutippi, Teniuwe, Arkansas,
Louitiana and Texan, tocal raim, ntarly
Uationary tcmptraturt; nirinhle irimh.
1 Time. Br, Ther. WinTrW'tEeT
7:00 a.m. 29.907 70.0 N.K Cloudy
11:00 .m. 'J9.9S1 70.0 N.E. Cloudy
8:00 p.m. ?fl.H77 81.0 K. Cloudy
7:00 p.m. l!9H(iO 7.J.0 E. Cloudy
10:00 p.m. 29 92H 70 0 B E. U rain
Minimum temperature, 70.0.
Oione, 11 o'clock a,m 0.
la lb. Cwitoa Baajlwa.
BlQRAL WBTR', U. H, AaHT,
June 7, 1886-6 p.m.
Division of telftKfftuja and reports for
the benuflt of coruuittras and aKricnl
ture. Cotton roflon bulletin for the
twenty-four hoara ending tune 7th, 6
""r ? 1 1?
Memphis... .r....... 81; 70 ,08
Saahfil). 80 67 .41
Grand Junction... 85 68 .03
Corinth 85 . 68 .00
Tuacumbla 82" 69 .06
Decatur 80 08 .15
Soottaboro. J 83 m .00
Bateavllle. 82 70 .00
Hernando 84 63 .04
Grenada . 84 (Ml .00
Arlington 84 67 .02
Brownsville..... 84 09 ,12
Milan 85 67 .30
Paris. .... 82 65 .00
Covington 82 70 .04
Dyeraburg .......... 82 (id .0
Bolivar 78 (18 .00
Holly Springs 83 07 ,30
Oxford 80 69 .00
8nms......... 1510 1273 3 00
Means 83 67 10
DuraKTra. f gg g
WilminRton 86 f6 .41
Oharlenion 87 68 .44
Augusta 84 07 .38
Savannah.- 89 71 .30
Atlanta. 83. 07 .61
Montgomery 87' '05 .34
Mobile 85 06 .10
New Orleans...... 85 08 .60
Galveston 82 07 .13
Vicksburg... ...... S4 (58 .50
Little Rock. 82 05 .30
Memphis 83 67 .10
Puma 1017 805 4.S9
Means 84 07 .36
The City Council meets Thurs
dsy. The Italian picnic to-morrow
night at Fstival.
Several Memphlnns won on Miss
$ The ConJedcra'e Historical Asso
ciation ru'etj to-night at No. 8H Madi
The comoaenceuioct exercises of
Mixa Clara Conway' graduating cIilhs
takes place to-day,
Elija Clay pool, of BowlingGreen,
Ky., is visiting his brother, 8, P. Clay
pool, at 73 Market street.
The lad'es of Calvary church wi 1
give an Old Folks' Concert at Mrs.
Ward's, 270 Poale street, to-night.
In the Trobate Court yeeterday,
J. W. Allen was appoinW admuiis
trator of Uie eRtate of F. B. Crenshaw,
Licenmis to marry were issued yes
terday to Fan Fort and Mary Under
wood, J. W. Thomason and Fraacea
The fountain in Court Square was
not playing y sterday as the water
wa so muddy Sergeant Rogers ,aa
afraid it won d stop up the p:pes.
The toboggan benefit for the lrinh
sufforerB did not take place yesterday
evening, on account of the rain, bot
w ill bo postponed until next Monday.
Fred. Foe, who was stabbed in
Shelby atreet Saturday night, is not
1'kely to recover. Ilia assailant,
Jaa.ee Doanelly, was captured Sun
day. A Republican maaa meeting will
be held at the Exposition building this
morning at 10 o clock, to select dele
gates to the State Judicial Conven
tion. The walks of Court Square are
bad'v La need of attention. A few
cart-lrada of gravel; would do wonders,
and a little paint on the fountain
The weather permitting, a num
ber of gentlemen will go dowo to ihs
Ensley n'antation to-day to witness
the working of a new cotton cultiva
tor, which is said to be a wonder in
A picnic will be given undrr the
aupi:wi of Memphis Typographical
Union No. 11 at Kstival Park Monday,
June 21st, which promisee to he one
of the most enjoyable affairs of the
Applications for a charter for St.
Petei'a Orphan Asylum Association
a as made yesterday by Bishop Hade
mcher, M. I. Lily, John Veale.
William WalHh, Antonio Luiselli and
A number of the delegates to the
S ate Judicial Convention left hist
night, and the remainder leave to
night. Mr JohnH. Sullivan will issue
credentials at Nashville and there will
be no proxies.
C. Boechleof Huddermann A Co.,
Shctlield, Ala., was in the city yester
day. His firm inanufaiu ei gray and
reu buck, for house fronts, out ol clay
dug rear HhcHie d, which is sa'd to
be almost as hiird as stone.
Pr. sider.t Hodden finds it hard to
give up his li 'bit of de ivering pro
uunc'amentos from the bench. J be
ragged throng which attends the
Adams strctt tribunal does not consti
tute the "piople of Memphii."
Atlanta and Memphis play for the
last time today. Nashville follows
tbe champions. Itcts have been
made in ihe city that Memphis would
win five out of the eight gamei to be
played four with oach club a risky
Hank Bettia, who figured in a
shooting ac rape some months ago, was
arrested yesterday for whipping his
wife. She was also ariesteu and a
charge of disorderly conduct preferred
against hrr. The pair live in tho Wal
W, B Haakins, tho recently de
posed Sheriff of MisHiasippi county,
Arkansas, passed through the city
Sunday. It appears that the Supreme
Court has yet to decide whether or
not his failure to execute certain
orders of court were sufficient grounds
for sustaining a criminal Information
igaiust him. Ho haa an -.ther chance
for Ins office.
Willie Tavlor. colored, while n)av
ing In Toplar strett about 8 o'c'oek
Sunday evening, ran into car No. 52,
driven by A. M.jColoman, and before
he could stop the car it had run over
tho boy, pinning him to the earth
about midway between the front and
rf ar wheels The car was immediately
lifted off and the roy taken home witn
his skull fractured.
AnAw aAL man who has talked
during the post few days with farmers
and others from almost every part of
this Congiessional district, found
without exception p onouncod friends
of Mr. Phelun. So fares the country
is cooceriied, they regard h's nomina
tion iu November as assured. In the
c ty he has grown st onirer everv dav.
and those in a position to know look
upon him as invincible.
Secrotary Pullen, of the Fire and
Police Commissioners, who returned
yesterday from a Hying trip ti Missis
sippi, says the crop of R. E. Bobo, at
Bono Station. Coahoma county, is re
markably well advanced. He Ins his
corn laid, by and most of it ia in tassel,
and blooms are thickly scattered
through hia cotton patch. His crop
is nrar'y a month ahead of the usual
"Old Domocrat" writes the ArraiL
ea foliowa: "As Oolliorsville, the
Tenth District, la desirnua of having a
membor in the next General Assem
bly of the State, the many friends of
Col. J. I). Powell will be glad to know
if he will consent to become a candi
date for the legislature. He would
be warmly supported by the country
delegation, as lie ia a representative
farmer in this district and a true Dem
ocrat. On Saturday evening Messra. Ferd
Trep, Frank Ellis and Tony Khrens
started on their bicycle, fora trip to
Laeviow, a distance of nineteen
miles by county road. Tbey made
the ruu in two hours ami a half, re
maining over niiihtnttln hotel and
returned hero at noon on Suuday.
Such trips should be indulged in by
all owners of wheels, as the exercise
can only e nduce to their better
The sale of ticket to llarney
Hughes' lecture is quite la'ge, and he
will, no doubt, have an overllowing
audience. Barney is always enter
taining and keeps his hearers iu con
stant laughter by his humorous rnd
witty sayings. His next lecture Ukes
plneo Wednesday nigi.t, Jure 0th, at
Mouirt Hall, Main s reet, north of
Adams. Prof. YViuklcr has charge of
the music and a sp'endid programme
The answer of Chairman Slaugh
ter to ex-Chairman Smith's bill goes
over the ground already covered by
bills in the cae. He denies that Mr.
Smith w as tairly elected on the first
or any other ballot, all of them being
foul until that which elected him
Slaughter. The matter will erne be
fore the County Court Monday, and
there is no doubt of Chairman Slaugh
ter's succesa. It ia an annoyance, bat
On opening the Police Court, yes
terday morr.ing, President Haddon
deive'rel the followingcommand to the
motley throng, who afterwards in
formed Chief D.vis: "This street has
become an avenue and one which has
become greatly Improved by change
of name (Madden avenue). It is the
intention of the Conned to clear tins
street of all disreputable characters.
The police w ill notify a 1 residents of
this avenue to be oq the lookout for
houses elsewhere, as the move will be
general and no further time allowed
after August 1st. The landlords will
not complain about this order, aa they
are equally guilty with the occupants.
My attention has been called to this
street on several occasions, and the
'new deal' demands a thorough clear
ing of tbis and other streeta of al
tens c'ass of houses."
Among other tilings which Preai
dent Hadden delivered from the bench
yesterday to his colored audience, the
ren full of plain drunks, the Police
Court lawyers and few darky police
men, wa the following order to the
Chief who was probably writing let
ters in his otlice at the time: 'My
atten ion has alto been called to a
church on this street where services
continue until 3 a.ui Now, while 1
dislike to interfere) with churches, it
does appear to ma that pre'ehers,
both white and black, can say enough
by 11 o'clock. I don't think religion
should be tempered with, but a church
can became as much nuisance as
any other place. I passed this church
last night, and yon could hear the
prnacher's sermon eight miles. I
never heard such a noise emanating
from a church. People who reside in
tbis locality complain to me about be
ing nnabls to sleep on account of the
great noise, and if this be a fact it
ahould be stppped at once."
A most enloyab'e affair tosk place
last Sunday, the occasion being a pic
nic given at Haggerty a Park, five
miles south cf tbe city, on the Missis
sippi and Tennessee railroad, by John
W. Schorr, p eeident, to the employes
of the Tennessee Brewing Company
and their immediate friends. Ihe
party left the city by special train
chartered for the occasion by Mr.
Schorr, and arrived at the place of
festivities about 10 o'clock a.m. Hag-
5ertys Park is a beautiful apot of un
ulatiDg ground, with forest trees and
grassy award, well adapted to esjoy
ments of this kind. The day was
spent in amusements peculiar to occa
tiona of the sort, chief among which
was a game of baseball between the
Tennessee Brewery Company nine
and tbe Fogariy nine, resulting in a
victory for the firct nlte, the ecore
being 7 to 6. Muiic, dancing and
singing, the inevitable concomitants
of such affairs, were the order of the
day. The little ones, represented to
the number of abont 100, had a grand
time in childish sports and games.
The moat iotere titg feature took
place in the afternoon, when Mr. Bar
bour, cashier tf tho Tennessee Brew
ing Company, mount-d the musicians'
stand and, in a few well-cho en
words, presented Mr. Schorr with a
handsome and costly cane, inscribed:
'Trtscnted to John W. Schorr, presi
dent of the Tennessee Brewing Com
pany, by his employes, June 6, 1880."
Hole Agents for Horace R. Kelly
Co.' Key West Cigars.
The trade supplied at New York
prices. A full assortment constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by us: Uayoso Hotel stand,
Peabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. i. eambuoh a co.
Nail. A alia. Nail.
A lot of slightly damaged nails, as
good as new, fir sale cheap at
DES JARDINS, MILLER A R00TES,
8U4 Main alreet.
Bon Chistiah of Somerville was In
the city yesterday.
A. B. Abmstbono has returned
home after two years' traveling in
mexico anu lexas.
Thi engagement of Mr. Ike Cull
man to Miss Gussie Silbcrberg was
made public yesterday.
MihsIiUcy E Stainback left the
city yesterday for Baltimore, Md , to
spend the summer with her aunt.
The best programme of the season
is to be presented this mornicg at
9:30 o'clock, at the Clara Conway In
stitute. Friends and pa'rons will be
Tub members and friends of the
Women's Christian Temperance Union
ae earnestly requested to meet at 273
Main street, Wednesday, at 9 o'c'oek
a.m., for tho observance of Flower
Mission prison day. Flowers, papers
and hooka desired.
ZELLXEK at CO.
The Great Bargain Sale
Of B. Loweoeteln & Bros.' entire
Retail Shoe Stock, and alsi Zellner
& Co.'t full aseoitment of
Fine Boots and Shoes,
continues to attract everybody who
takeV advantage of such rare op
portunities. Pa-lee AaalJ Haretafaie
will remain in fores until the Shoes
so advertised are gone. You are
welcome to call and see for your
eolf that we mean what we say.
ZELLNER A CO.
Pittsburg Lump Conl
At 33c per barrel.
C. B. BRYAN & CO.
Dyeing and Cleaulag.
Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louie Reigel,58 Jeff erson street, Mem
phis, Tsnn. Goods rsoeivad by express
TO-DAY st 11 o'clook, Royster A Ca.
will sell that beautiful cottage, the
present residence of Mr. J. A. Taylor,
it being houM No. 17 Linden ttrtet, half
vay between Main and Shelby, in (Se
choiceM privaU residence locality in tie dig
qf Memphi. Will tell good HtU and jiv
Xalford, Jeweler, 294 Main, so
oclta orders from the country.
NeinphU Water aland.
The holders of Memphis Water
bonds dated January 2, l!W2, are here
by notified that in consequence of
decision of the Supreme Court the
Water Company remrganiied under
the act of 1885, and it not legally lia
ble on said b ndj. Uavirg, however,
assumed the debt which they repre
sent, it is necessary that new bonds
should be issued in lien of the old.
Tbe July interest will be paid and
new bonda excbanied for the old on
demand, after Jnne 10,1886, at State
T. i. LATHAM, rreaid.nU
Maaraia, Jane 6, lWS.
tie to Batlaaa at Lataraeaaralaa Par
faac riaaaaiBC a4 ttaw-rttuas
Floe WaUh repairing at MaJford's. j
APPEAL TUESDAY. JUNE 8. 1886.
To Insure to Every Purchaser
of our DRESS GOODS,
SILKS and SATINS that
satisfaction and greatest
comfort In dress, A PER
FECT FIT, we have ar
fuee of chauge,
Every Dress Tattern Bought in
Oar House This Week,
Weather the prioe be 15 or 160. Remember,
It will be Cut and Fit free of any charge.
Thii offer will be more tbaa auffiolent to In
duce every lady from Chelaea to Fort Pick
arlnt to buy a dreaa at oar atore beiween
Monday moraine and Saturday ereotni.
Still, ia order that thoae who deaire to hare
their Dreaaea Iniabed in onr houae may feel
lhat they are remembered, we hare referred
The Greatest Offer
we have made thia aeaioa for them, namely,
The Choice ot a Hundred Dif
IN 8U1T9 MADE TO OBDH, COM-
PLITB AND ELIOANT, JN
EBEMER'S MiUULESS STILE.
$25 A SUIT.
Guaranteed and warranted eorreot in erery
detail of atria, fit and quality, aa
are all our roods.
The Best Quality of riHS.
BCRQ LIMP COAL deliv
ered In any part of the city
at 85 CENTS PER BARREL.
BROWN k J0NE', 282 Main street.
Pruinaiond'g Natural Leaf.
Tbe only genuine "Na'nral Leaf"
tobacco in tbe market ; "two tin tacs,
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"
Nolld Mirer ware at Mnlforda'
IS BKXOVXD BY TBI HSS OF COCO Alii X,
And it stimulates and promotes the
growth of tbe hair.
Harnett a lavormv Kxrrania are tbe
Monogram Dangles; Mnlfrd
Advice to Mothers,
Mrs. Winslow's floothintr Syruo
should always be used when children
are cutting tooth. It relieves the little
suflorers at onto ; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
irom pain, and tne little cherub
awakes as ''bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to taste, it soothes tne
child, softens . the gums, allays all
ain, relieves wind, regulates tne
owels, and is the beet known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty
flve centa a bottle.
OrderMMnlford Made Medal."
In order to Introduce the Alabama
Splint Coal in this market, it will be
delivered at 30c per barrel in city lim
its. It has no superior.
P. M. fAlTKKaUM a uv.
Louisville Excursion Tlekefs
The Newport News and Mississippi
Valley Company will sell tickets to
Louisville and roturn at $11 25 from
June 7th to 10th, good returning until
June 15th, on account of the Opera
M. AL It. It. It.
The Memphis and Little Rock Rail
road resume their, double daily trains
Monday morning, tu lost., leaving at
6 ;55 a. m. and 6 :'25 p. m.
99 Market street. Telephone 717. Re
duction of prices for balance of the
l Batlodaro aft IaraaiaralBa ( ela
The Louisville and Nashville will
sell low rate round-trip tickets to
Grand Opera Festival to be held at
Louisville June Utb to 12th inclusive.
See Louisville and Nasbville agents.
Vickisdro. Jnna 7. Ninht De
parted : City of St Louie, New Orleans ;
City of Cairo, St. Louie.
Evansville. June 7. Night River
tioing with lOfeet 8 inches on tbe gauge.
Weather warm.wit.h lkht raio. de
parted: Ohio, Memphie, ' p.m.
Cincinnati, June 7. Night River
12 feet 6 inches on the gaugeand fall
ing. Weather fair and warm. Ar
rived : James W. Ual, Memphis.
Locisvnxt, June 7. Night River
falling. with 6 leet 7 Inches in the canal
and 4 feet 5 inches on the falla. Busi
ness dull. Weather cloudy, with in
dications of rain. Arrived: Mary
Caibo, Jans 7. Night River 21
feet 2 inches on the gauge and 'ailing.
Weather clondy and warm, with rain
thia afternoon. Arrived: Anaie P.
Belle Memphis, Vickebnrg, noon.
rsarAaa roa flood.
Foundation, cellar walla and bulld
ogs subject to overflow should be con
structed with Louisville Cement, It if
CUT ID FIT,
JAMES C. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Ifoi. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, ME2XPHES, TE23TT.,
IlnllDFACTUBERS AIID JOBBERS
Saddles, Harness, Collars,
SAIJJIiEItY nABDWABE AUTO IiEATHElt,
ty SPECIAL PBICES to Railroad and Levee Coatractora for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness. -f
n n i
What It Will Be Fashionable
To Do and Not To Do.
HINTS OK 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,
262 Second street.
Many of last year's bonnets will be
worn, but tbe owners won't feel hap
py while wearing them. The males
of the family, bowever, can save the
cost of several new bonnets by buy
ing their Spring Suits at tbe Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 202 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, bowever, oontinne to buy their
clothing at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 2G2 Second street.
Curl-papers will bo much worn in
tbe morning, but false bair should
be carefully hung over tbe back of a
chair before retiring. Before de
ciding to buy elsewhere see the fine
stock at tbe Misfit Clothing Parlors,
2G2 Secend street.
In writing love letters don't call
your best girl a "ducky darling" more
than 999 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
tbe 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 tbe wed
ding day. Brides, bowever, should
insist npon the grooms buying tbe
wedding suits at the Misfit Clothing
Parlors, 2C2 Seoond street.
It is fashionable garments at un
fashionable prioes that yon get at tbe
Misfit Clothing Parlors. If you want
to get tbe most for your money come
262 SECOND STREET,
Ope. Court Sqnnre,
pea evealaara till , Natai-days
ft" All alterations to insure a per
fect fit done free of obarge.
N.B. We have several hundred
Seersucker Coats and Vests which
will be sold at tl 25.
Young & Brother.
Booksellers and Stationers,
48 Mala St., MBiplits,Tean
ITIaalatr a Hotlra troaa Baalaeaa
We r liar Eatir
STOCK AT COST.
Joia Ovaaroa, Ja. 0. N. Qaoavaaoa.
OVERTON & GR0SYEN0R,
Real Estate Dealers
AGENTS afc BROKERS,
OCloe, 284 Second Street.
. Mm Oar. aeaa mm Oaara,
MEXTHIS, a e a TE3XESSEK.
RIAL 18TATI B0U8HT AND SOU),
Taxea Pale. KenU Collected, ate., aa
irieWHH MMMI BITTEeV '
- a- r-letely eradicated malaaial poiion
troa the arntem of kae little aen of Mr.
Pearee, 4.V) Poplar earaet, Memyhie, Tena.,
whan auffarlnc from bill and fever. Qui
nine failed to benefit him.
Ketlce to Fire aad Barglar-Preof
CONTRACT to ternlah the Sheriff 'a oftoa
of Tate eoanty, Miaeiasinpi, with, a Fire
and Burglar Proo! Safe wJl be let to the
loweil and beet bidder by the Board of Ba
perviaora of eaid eoanty, at the Ceort-Hoaae
thareol, la Sao at obi e. en the nrat Monday ot
July, l&eX. Capaoit and atjie of Safe to be
adopted the dav of lettlni eaid eontraot.
Any or all hide aubiect to rejeetiea by Board.
By order of Board. .
JaneS. IMS. 8AM J. HOUSE. Clerk.
-fvatowNtt mow bitter was
aaed hr Mra. Kate Btepheneon, K Pey
ton evanne, Memphie, Tenn., ia one of the
mul atnbborn raaae of chills aha erer knew
and It eared. See rave it to her children
with rood reaulu ia bowel diaorder aad ire-repaie.
J a aa as M. Oeodbar I Wna. I. Clark
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to HEBCHABTT OBJLY the lareat aad beat atoek of Boota aad Shoea we
bayo erer broaaht to thia market, and which cannot be a a Treated la quality and
etylea br any houae in thia or any other oity. In addition to a complete line of Kaalera
madetooda, including the KLfcBBTaiI) euOWBAat at CO. BfctMJAftN, wehaadle
a lame and eeleot (took of Cuatom-made Ooodt for Men, Women, Miasea and Children. We
carry a number of the beat makea in the country, in erery variety and atyle, and among
themlthe well known Men'a Calf Boot and Shoea manufactured by Geo. Hooker for our
Sprint Trade, we alao oarry a choioe line of Ladies' and Mlaaea' Cuatom Kid, (ioet and
Calf Oooda, manufaotured by Krippendorf, Dittmau A Co. We invite the trade to eiamina
our atook before buying elsewhere, and we guarantee everything we aell to give satisfaction.
JMIBAH t ,
MEMPHIS, TENN., Jnne 1, 1886.
THE rm of ESTK8, D0AJT A CO. la thia day diatolved by limitation. Theaurvlving
,4,lrin?,! Z E't?' wi," aattle tha buaineaa at the office of their aucceaaora, Z. S.
KSTKo A CO., who will oontinue the Wholeaale (Irooery and Cotton Factorage buaineaa aa
formerly done by ua. z. n. ESTK3,
K. J. DO AN, Executrix.
Z. N. ESTE3.
Z. Na ESTES fc CO.
(srjccc&BOKs to xsres, doah coj
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Far Judge of tbe ejrlmlaml Coairt.
MESSRS. Sapoleon Hill. Henry J. Lynn,
John W. Dillard, II. M. Neely, W. D.
Betbe'.R. O. Craig AC0..U.V. Hambaut.
A. L. Lowenatein, J. S. Menken and otbert
In response to yonr call upon me to be
come a candidate for the office of Criminal
Court Judge of Shlby county, with ainocre
thanka for your kindneaa and courtesy, I
hereby an Bounce myself aa a candidate for
the position, aubject to ths action of the
. A.M. LAMBETH.
Clerk of tbe Criminal Court.
WE are authoriied to annoince R. 8.
0APKKS (lor twenty-one yeart Dep
uty) aa a candidate for Clerk of tbe Criminal
Court of Shelby county, aubjeot to- the Dem
WE are authorised to announce DABNET
W. COLLIE H as a candidate lor Clerk
of tb Criminal Coart of Shelby county,
aubject to the Democratic Convention.
Conaty Court Clerk.
WE are authoriied to announce that
RICHARD A. OM-UM la a candidate
for County Court Clerk, aubject to the actios
or the Vemocratio convention.
4 1 K era authorised to annonnce P.
VV QUKlLHYee a candidate for Clerk of
the County Court, subject to the action of
tne bneioy uonnty I'mocraiio vonvenuon.
Jndaro or the Probate Coart.
TO My FoUow-Cltiiens of Shelby County
Fearing that my circular announcing
my candidaoy for Probate Judge msy have
failed to reach many of you. I take thia
method alao of announcing nigwlf a candi
date for that office, aubjeot to the action of
the approaching Democratic Coanty Con
vention, and respectfully aak year kind sup
port in my behalf. I have the honor to be
your uheaient servant, T. Bt. M1COU.
1 E are authorised to announce J. P.
VV JOUNti aa a candidate foe the office
of Judre of the Probate court, subject to the
action of the County Democratic Convention.
WE are authorised to announce JOHN
M. BKADIVKY aa a candidate for
Trustee ot Shelby county at the- eaauing
Auguateleotion, aubjeot to the action ef tho
WE are antboSsed to announce AN
DREW J. HARRIS aa a candidate for
re-election to the office of County Trustee,
aubject to the aolioa of the Democratic Con
vention. THE Appeal is authorised to annoince Mr.
H. F. LKMASTER aa a candidate far
the office of Trustee of Shelby coanty, aub
ieot to the action of the Democratic Conven
tion. For Atlorncjr-avBerail,
WE are authorisedto announce GE0RQB
B. PET KRS. Jr., ea a candidate for
the office of Attorney-Ueneral, aubiect to the
action of the Democratic Convention.
THE Appeal la an'.horised to announce 8.
D. WKAKLEY as a candidate for Attorney-General,
aubjeot to the Democratic Con
vention. For Reglatfir.
rTH) the Voters of Shelby County and My
-L Friends I hereb? announce myself lor
the aecond time a candidate for the office of
County Register, aubject to tbe Democratic
Convention. I am poor and need the' ofioe.
Feel na- that my oast service ea a servant of
the people haa given aatisfaction, and that I
ean oome before the people and ask tbeir
sunragesand support ior County rtecister,.!
am, respectfully, IUxli A. f OWhL.
JS are autnnrisoa to announce ri. r. i
VV (UUHh.) HAKoUSUN aa a candidate
for Register, subject to the aoaen of the
Isentoorallo vounty coavention.
rPHK Anneal la authorised he annonnce
J JOHN F. McCAiiLUM aa a easdidat.
leg negister. sulject to the aetien ef thi
THE andersigned announoe that tie it a
candidate for Register, aad aa'aa the
aupport ot the votera of Shelby county. Ht
elected, will endeater to give aatisfaction in
she discharge of the duties ot the olle, aid
Sleoee hia olaima aubject to the action of the
ounty Democratic Convention.
T40S B. CAENSSAW.
Meaphls, Maroh 2a, 1886.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Kerrrille. Tenn., ia a
. eeadidaU for RBOIbTKit, subject Wtoe
aotieo of the Deicoentie Ccavention.
WI are authoriied to annonnoe R. A.
EOMONDdON ae a candidate for
Coaaty Register, aubject U the aation ef the
TIE Apnea ia authorised to anaounoe
JOHN W. OOVLD ae a. candidate for
the offioe of Register, aubjeot to the aotioa el
the Democratic Convention.
Jsadsro ar the arealt Coart.
WM. 8. PtrPPIN ia a oandidaU for Cir
cuit Jadae of Bhelby County, subject
to the action, of a Dew oc ratio Coaventiea.
We are aataoriied to announce L. H. KS
TES, JR., ae a eaadidata forjudge ef the
Circuit Casus, eukject to tha aotioa of the
JAMES L. SO0DLOK will be a candidate,
be fere tha Democratic Convention, lor
eoainetMB U the oAee ef Jadge ol the Cir
cuit Ceert: aad. if defeated, will aupport
Ua aaeeeeefal aenaineo.
We are aathorhed to announce that JOHN
JOUNbTuN ia a candidate for Judge of the
Circuit Court ol Shelby County, aubject to
PIT,FM Instant relief . Final cure in
a. MJiMM3t tea days, and never returns.
No purge, no aalve, no suppository. Suffer
ers will learn of a simple remedy, Free, by
addressing C. J. MASWN. 78 N assau it., N. Y.
F. METER, Bec'j and Treava.
Kaareae J. Oaraiaartoa rraak . Jeaas
W. B. D0AN.
DURING the season we will receive Bea
Hart's Berries morning and evening.
Just received a fresh lot of Kennedy Una
Biscuit and Cakea.
Butter Scotch, Beatrice, Albert,
Lemon Cream, Jelly Drops, Shrewsbury
Cocoanat TafJy, Royal Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. Assorted Jelly, Etc.
J. F. BUCKHAM fc CO.
Corner Second and Reale Stfl.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importers and dealer In JaaB, Amsssa
altloa an'l Flanlaar Tfesils Balldera'
Hardware, fcloetrttj JHKIs aad Aa
aaalaaorei for Hotels and Residences, 845
Mala atri, MesapsKia, Teaa. Electric
auppliea alwarya on hand. Repairing neatly
SHEA, at McCABTHlVrrepr's,
110, 142, 114 Front, Bemphis.
On Or THI LA9ST BOILER SHOPS
a tha Sonth, aad ths oaly complete
Boiler aad 6 beet-Iron Wurkr ia tho oity.
eaalaetaren ef heavy alata lraa
work of awavy doaerlnMoa. Special
atUntlon given (oelaataUoa work.
wit lwov mrrBBf was
BMed with salutary affect in tho family
of Mr. E. W. Ednmnd, K4 A dame street,
Memphis, Tenn. She was cured of nervous
ness aad her husband of Indigestion.
Importer aad Dealer la
Unas, Tsaklnar Tstekla and Baarta.
ana'Napplle. oar Special attention
given te MAN t?ACTURltl and RB
4ia Main Ntltf emphla. Tenn
fROVS8 Iatsaf BITTK! COM-
pletelyeured Mies Ethel Gunthorpe, 85
Hiil street, Memi bis, Tenn., of neuralgia,
from which sh sufered nearly a year. Two
bottles oniy were required to ao the work.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IB
6nn8t AmntaaitioB, Fishing Tackle
ard Base-Hall Uoods.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Ml Msala satroot, Mosaakts, Teaal
Jdanufaotaring and Repairing of Sana a
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S. A C MERR1AM A C0.,Pub,,8ering8eld,.Miu.s.
to Mr. John Q. Highams, lfll Third
street, Memphis, Tenn., a moat effieacioua
remedy for constipation and indigestion.
Hiei daughter alao takes It with tatiatactory
Among tbe Aortliern Lakes
of Wisconsin, Mlaneeot and Iowa, are hun
dreds of dellghtial places where one ean rasa
the summer months in quiet rest aad enjoy
ment, aad retara homo at the end of the
heated tarns oeapleteiy rejuveaated. Each
reeurriag aeasou brings to Oconomowoc,
V" Fronunac. Oko-
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merable ether charming localities with ro
mantie aaa.a, thousands of our best people
whoee winter hemes are on either aide of Ma
son and Dtaon s line. Elegance aad com
fort, at a moderate cost, ean be readily ob
tained. A list oi summer homes, with all
accessary in forma Ion pertaining thereto, ia
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aaa mo ST. Piol rUiLwar, and will be sent
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