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RAILROAD HIE TABLE.
.UgTfl)rv,f w Orlran and Tim E'j
Ob and after My J,Wn Immi trains e
tnis road win run es iouo
J AtT MAILT"
: p. so
8: p. ID
10 :M p.m
i:44 a.as 11:16 p
5:26 a.aa! : p.m
:i4 a. ml 7:01 p.
: a. ml 5:fl p.m
lth all lines antariBi Memphis
-With H.1N.W.K. K. fur Helena.
0 or Greenville and Huntington, and all
D With V. A M. and V.. S.tP. Railroad!.
With N., J. a C. H. K. fur ftlatchei and
T For Points ob ttit Braaeh.
A With auamara for Havoa Sara.
a With railroad diverging fur Florida,
Trii" and Cbas'ltoinla.
J AS. M. KIWARI8. V. P. and Q
A. J.KNAMP. P. A.
leataalppl and Tfaawfo. Train!
move as follows: New Orleans stall arrival
daily at IhJba.m. : leaves dmilr at r:lsi p
tWdi accommodation arrival daily at :.
a.m. ; leaves flail? at p.m. pttw Orleans
mail train will not stop at any flag station
Between Memphis and Sardiit. or at VI hite-
hevea. Horn Lasa, Nebitand Lovo. Freight
trams uo boi curry passengers,
nrwixirl Ncweand MlaalMlnnt Tal
ley. Trains mora ai follow! : Fast 'In
leave! at 10:i a.m.: St. Load fut line
leave! at V.SO r m. ; Fait line arrival at 1 :S0
p.m. i el. Louis lait una arrival at v:ix a.m.
1.4ulevlllc ami Naahrtlle Train!
ova ai follow : Fa't mail arrival daily al
6: a.m.: leave! at III : 10 p.m. I mail leave!
ally at 1U:1U a.m.: arrival at 1:00 n.
Brownsville accommodation) leave! daily'
loapt Sunday, at (i:(J p.m. i arrive! daily,
ioel't Sunday, at S W a.m. (standard time).
Mentphla and Mule Rock. Trains
move ai follows (central itand ird time):
Ko. 1 leavei daily at o:2r p.m, ; arrival at
:nft p.m. No. J leavei at f:V a.m. : arrive!
atS:Wa.m No. (freiirht) leavei Ilupeneld
daily (except Sundny) at 6:UU a.m.; arrival
at 7:1U p.m.
Hemphl nl Charleston Tralni
move ai follows: Through express leavei
daily at W:a p.ra, Mail and ei proas leavei
daily at 10:00 a m. tviuiorviile aocoininode-
tion leavei dully, except Sunday, at f ::)
p.m. Throunh eiprem arrival daily
a.m. Mail and, express arrival daily at 4 :M
y.iu. Diiuivrviaq irniui iiiiMiniion ernvea
daily, aioapt Punday, at ;.HI a.m.
Unit llnntr (Kaaaae ( My, Nprlnar-
ell and Mrinililal Trains leave M. and
T. depot a foliowi- No. t, Kanaaa City ex
press, leave! at 10:4o a.m.: No. 3, Kansas
City exprnaa, arrivei at 3: .10 p.m. No. 2,
Kansas City mail, leavei atn:00 p.m. ; No. 1,
Kansas City mail, arrival at R:4A a.Jl. No.
I, St. Loaii and Cbicasn egpreae, leavei at
4:00 p.m.) No. 1, Ht. Luuli end Chioasoex
praaa, arrive! atl:tfa.iu. In effect Sunday,
April 1H, m.
Hemphla, Rlrnilaahain and Allan-
Holly Bnrinii Kouta Traini move ai
foliowi: No. 1 leavei Mninphil daily at 3:4.
p.m.1 arrivei at Holly Hprinn at6:58 p.m. I
No. 2 leavei Holly Hprinai daily at V:(Kl
a.m., arrive at Memphii at II :1& a.m. I No.
6 leavei Meni'hii daily at 7 : 16 p.m., arrivei
!t Holly Hprinn at W AS p.u.t N,fi leavei
loy Hprlnm daily at 2:15 a.m.,. arrival at
lampb.il at:4i a.m.
THE WEATI IlCIt.
WBiieTo, Juaa O. atSfl, 1 a.m.
Indicatioiu : For Tciiimwpo and
Arkanriw, 1(H1 rains; nearly station
For ititriMippi, Teimtutt, Arkarxm,
Louisiana and Ttxas, Iwal rai)i, nearly
tlaiimmry Itn.jxraturf; variable wiiiil,
Mimthii, Tm., June H, Ksrt.
7:00 a.m. L'iUiH'J (ili.O K.
11:00 a.m. ft 1W 7ti 0 K.
8:00 p.m. '.'.HMi 71 0 H
7:00 p.m. StMKiL' 77.0 N.K
10:00 p.m. UH.Ho.'t. 72 0 K
I t rain
Maxiinuin U-mixTaturt', 80.0.
Minimum tomix'raturo, 88.0.
Oione, 11 o'clock a.m., 1.
la IU 'lion Itealua.
Siowal HiHTica. U. 8. Abut,)
Juno 8, J88fl-5p.m.
Division of tRlKrams and repsrts for
the benefit of commerce and agricul
ture. Cotton mion bulletin for th
twenty-four hours ending Juno 8th, 6
AltBd . C..
Ickibmn .. ... g
larriaoa MMW K....
5 K trj
'"a' S i ?i I
emphiB 80 08 .29
.aahville 80 OS .:)
rrand Junction... 81 07 1.27
Jorinth 84 67 .00
Tuucnmbla Hi 7 .(Hi
Decatur 88 (Kt .:(
Boottaboro 8(i (H .0;)
Bateevllle 80 70 OH
Hernando 82 t:t 1.85
Grenada 87 (17 .75
Arlington 84 65 .13
Brownsville -.. 83 (is 1.10
Milan 81 (18 .'JO
Paris 82 til 1 ;o
Covington 81 67 .40
Dyeniburg 85 67 .S3
Bolivar- 80 OS .23
Holly SpriPRa 82 07 l.HS
Oxford Ml Oil 1 35
Hn nip. ..1570 120!) 12 05
Meaiiw......... 83 07 .63
iii 111- 0
il ill L
Viim!!)k''.on . .. .. S! 67 .08
Ucariemon 88 (W ,37
Anitntta 8S 67 ,no
Kavanuau 1H 71 ,3s
Atlanta.. Si: 67 .08
Montgomery 87 60 .20
Mobile so on ,i:t
New Orleans 8S OS .33
Galveston KH 07 ,07
Vlcksbnrg sr os .;',!)
Little Koik 83 07 02
Memphis 83 67 .03
funis... 1042 813 3 04
Mean 87 OS .30
Kalafall In 4'nltna Holt for Wrrk
Kudtav Jnaei, IHStt.
Charleston, c. V
Charleiton. X. C
Bmithville, X. 0
Cedar Kovs, ll.t
New O ledi's. I.a
Port Smith, Ark
LltUe K:ck, Ark
Ini in'po'ii, Ind
Knox vi lie, Tern
, 1 28
Order W n I tonMI a il o l t a 1 h."
. G ! MaUpOeie at laanraarklao fur
vear lloolar and Uaavl It (In a;
Tbe last of the dc'egat?s departed
tor isaanvillc last di tiu
The regular calendar will be taken
up in the Circuit Court to-day.
The toboggan will start at 2 o'clock
this afternoon and run until 11 o'clock
on account of the picnic.
Marjorit. or Wild at a Hawk, a novel
by Katharine S. Macquoid, author of
Patta, Louit", etc , in cheap form at
The Jewirih Temple is elaborately
fecorated with lloweis in preparation
for the conlirma ion services to be
President lladdcn continues to
insist that the negro mobs allien fre
quetit hie curt can with propriety be
uc areu , n ' tr.e people ol Memphis.
Ipquiry among stable men in !he
c'ty drvelopes the fa' t thatthe-e iino
rliarbon in the city or immediate vi
i inity. Stock generally is In i
heal hy (; nilit'on.
Sheriff Hacking of MisaisHiiipi
county, Arkansas, passfd through the
city yestenkiy cn h s return to Litt'e
lio It. lie ni)t:imo(l an order Irom the
Supreme Corjrt reinstating bim as
The Memphis Pi'trict Conference
of the MtthoiliHt church will meet
to-morrow at Salilsbury. The Mem
phis and Charleston railroad wi'l sell
tound trip tickets to delegates at all
jKjints from Memphii to Corinth.
Tho Kast Tenneasee plan of so'
lectins a Nuiirem") Judge for thtt set;-
tion is universally cond inred here,
where the hlea is fast taking root.t'liat
the sooner the linns dividing the three
sections are (orgot en the tetter it ill
tie for the Mate.
A disnule growing out of the Re
publican c nvention arose in front of
Liiehrinann'ti Inst nig t ab lit 11
o'i lock between ltell Vr. Ktheridgo nnd
i P. M. Turner, bo h of whrui re
sniil to Iw seeking the darky vote for
Attornev-(ier,cral. Th'-v wvre a"restd
by dlliier Mullownv aud put up for
feits of f5 each. Xo blows were pns:vd.
The "Cliihlren's Shout." at Miss
Hi nine's school, a charming and
uniiiu' enUTtiiinnient bv the nunils
oi me rnn ary Departrnt-nt, wa tuor
oughly enjoyed by a retlntd a-d m
tliusiisic audience vesterdav morn
ing The programme was skil fully
va ied to show the results of the care
ful training of thu ) ear. The sovt-ral
achera in charm, - Miss HIioiihb. Miss
Johnson, Miss Weatherford aad Miss
Jost are to be cong-ntulattd.
The sixtepnth annua! picnic of the
Societa di Unione e Frutellanxa Itali
ana, to bo given to-day at festival
l ark, promises to boo'eof tho most
enjoyable alhtirsof the kind ever given
n Memphis, iho most extensive
preparations have been made to pro
vide enter ainmcnt for all who come,
ami there are already indications oi
hrge a tendance. lYo procession
w ill start (mm the society's lull, cor
ner Second and Adams, at 1 :30
o'clock pin., and will pimdo tho
lirinclnil streets. Arrivetl at tho
(troiind, nihlre'ses will be delivered
iy Judge llaminond, A. 11. Vaccaro,
ire lclent of tlio societ , and J. D.
Mi nted'iiiico, I till in n Consul Tne
iiieen of the day will bo Miss Victoria
In answer to ainie tionas to
whether Gen. Catcliings will ig in be
andidate for Cotig'ess. Mr. VV. A.
Kvernian, of ttis ritv. writes tho
0 aiksdalu, Miss, yioirvr as fol ows:
'den. ( ati'hings will bo a randidato
'or re-election to Congress from tho
old Shoe-string, and lie deserves tho
vote ot every man in the dis iict I
am just hack from a trip to Washing
t n in the interest of an appr p in
tion for the Mi'sirtnppi liver, whero I
met Mr. Catcliings frequently, and I
can assure you ho has douo faithful,
honest and tollingwork for ti e inter
est ef hit constituents. lie lias
n'readv made his mark, and his friends
should, and would if they knew how
well ho has borne bin part in the pres
et t session of Congress, ttand by him
in the coming election."
Sole Agents tor Horace R. Kelly
l'.'t Key eit Cigars.
Tlie trade supplied) at New York
prices. A full luvtortinent constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by ns: Gayoso Hotel stand,
Peabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. i. smkl80w a co.
IValla. Mtlla. IVallH.
A lot of slightly danaged nails, ss
goid as new, f 'r sals chrap at
DKS JAHD1N3, MILLKK & R0OTU8,
X)4 Main ilrcet.
LADIES, DOST POKUET
That hut four days lenmin to have
your hats and bonnets
My gtlting the materials in our
100 Summer rovelitics in while
and rcru drew fdlnic", jujt
opened. Piicej veiy low,
.MENKEX AND OMPASY
MonogrMiu I Ih nt: I cm; Mulford
In(lorMiiieiitii tliak t'oiui.
The following ex'iact ('om a letter
from the hading who'esa'o grocery
meichsnts of Cincinnati to Sol Cole
man ipsks for itself:
"You mav not be aware of P.. but
the price t your article seems to be
the ohjec'inn of retailers handling it.
ll is, liowever. in our oinnuu. the
bs'. Tiilti we luva ever teen, and e
ar pleased tosll it beciujo it adds to
our reputation for keeping a tirst-clasi
On the subject the manager of a
rrommont news company bas this
"Your goods are, in our opinion.
much the tine it on the tnarktt. von
have advtrUtod them vetv liberally.
the sain is constmtly inceaairg. and
we s'-all continue to handlti vour
r-ucn imlor ements are not only
valuable from a pecuniary point of
iw but h'ghlv Haltering and a fouree
( f jurt pride to our fellow citizen.
who la at last begnmog to r.alir.e
that bis persistent eflorts to furnish
the bett article of gum on tlien arktt
ar at last being rtc-gt.iied, and that
ii b linn nut ai iiiKvru a Da lonai rep
uta on that redounds tot oulv to hia
c-tdit, but to that rf the city where
the gum is n ae. Y'esU'rdny tnoider
catiin fir 20 bcxs for a U'ge whole
s tie firm in N. w York, and it wi 1 not
be lorg, if ihe p ejent rate of con
sumpt'on ron'inut-s, before theKo-Ko
'lulu factory will be unable ta meet
tl.c demauls np; n it.
Fine WaUh repairing at XaKord'a,
TUIIODGU TO NEWPOBT.
A Bhawlaai la Bcaard I Ik laal
The Memnhia and Little Rock rail
way, in conoect'on with the Bstesville
and Uiinkley rjai, will have a through
line to Newport by July 1st Tne
Battsville and Brinkley will have the
extension completed from Anvergne
to Newport by that lime. Close cod
nertions with both height and ntssen
tr train will be made at Brickley.
The distance, Memphis tt Xewport, h
120 miles. This will enable pataengcri
leaving Memphis at 6 a.m. te reach
Newport at noon of tbe same day
Freight will arrive at Newport on day
East Traaeam IHalrlbodoa.
The East Tennessee, Virginia and
Ueorgia railroad gives nclics to bold'
ers cf Ihe Cantral Trutt Company car
tiflctae irsued in lien of Kait Tennf s
st e, Virginia tnd Georgia consol bonds
Umclnnati and Georgia divisiona
bonds, and East Tennewee. Virginia
ani ueorgit debentures, and tne over
due coupon thereon, that there will
be a meeting at the cilice of the Cen
tral Trust Company on tbe 30th day
of June, 1883, at 12 o'clock neon, to
designate the first Heard of I) rectsis
of tho new com; any, said bourd to
consist rf fif em in number.
The following shows what each
ho'der of f 1000 of old lecuritifg will
tor each llOOO of iconsolidatpd
bonds ftJOO consols and $500 tint pre-
lerrea Hoc I.
For esch flCOO of Cincinnati and
Georgia bonds f480 consoU and $020
lirst pie erred stcck.
tor each J1U.HI debentures 1180
coniols and $020 tirat preferred sto k
for each $1000 of income bond and
$50 i5 atsewment 1015 second pre
fened stock and $50 75 fi-et preteneJ
For each $1000 pte'erred stxk and
$07 35 isses'tnent $1122 50 common
stork aud $07 35 second prefcried
For ea"h $1003 of common stock
ind $32 64 avesitnent $544 common
stock and $32 CI second preferred
The committse bas not yet dee ded
to make tbe dittribu'ion, but the plan
of reorganisation permits it, and it ia
quite probable it will be made.
Ctaeaapeake anal Onlo.
The Che? apsskeand Ohio has ap
plied to tbe New York Stock Ex
change to list $007,350 sscond pre
ferred st ck to cover coupons on bonds
in default. The Norfolk and Western
has applied to list $200 000 6 per cent.
improvement and extonmn bonds,
due 1934, making total issue $2,7O0,CO0.
Maj. Belknap reports the water re
ceding from the Tensai and Bo no If
river swamps very rapidly, lie says
the road hands are closing in the g-ip
rais ng the track above overflow, aud
luiika that in two months tne wrK
will be conipkts and the entire track
from Tallulah to Delhi and Monroe be
p'acid above overflow.
J. J. Diti-kv nnd family leave to-day
;r a tnp to Moorhead City, X. C.
S. W. Garhihon hs returned from
a trip to Louisvillo and Nashville.
Art exhibition at Miss Iligbee's
School, by tho pupils of Miss Carrie
Dobyns. Open Jaily this week from
9 o'clock a.m. to 10 o clock p.m.
Capt. Jno. F. Wu-kersos and fam-
ilv, Mi a Ella M. Guy and Miss Susie
Wilson, daughter of Col. w.r.wnson,
left tho Peabody Hotel lent night for
an extended tour in the Western and
II. LOWEN8TEIN aft BROS.
DRY U00DS BULLETIN.
You will find dirplayed on center
table oppoiite our Fan Department
an o egant line oi
In cream, brown, yellow and pink
shales. These goods were bought
to sell at $1 35, nut having been de
layed in transit, and wishing to
dispose of them quickly, we place
them cn sale at 8oc fauh. This is
lower than ycu will ever buy
We offer 25 pieces Camo d lode
Plaid". These are large White
Sh-er Plaids, full 32 inches wide,
and cors'derad a bargain at 25c yd.
You can have them as long an they
last at 15c yd.
20 pieces la'ge While Fluid Organ
die, very handsome, ctylish g ods
and well worth 37Jc yd. We haie
reduced tht-m to tbe low price of
22c a yard.
Wanh Drma Uooda Department.
We have jnet received a bautiful
line of fcblnl Tan and Drab Ground
Saleene, with rich, bandsime fig
ure, which we offer to cloee at
35 o a yard.
3 ca'ee Fine 4 4 Cambric at 8c yd.
3 cases 4-4 B.eached Domestic, 6)c
5 caws better quality 4-4 Bleached
Domestic at 7Jc yd.
5 cases extra 4 4 Bleached Domes
tic at 8o yd.
3 cases be t 4 4 Bleached Domestic
at 9,c yd.
2 ctsfs 42-in. Pillow Cfsing, 10c yd.
3 cis s 45 in. Pibow Casing, 12Jc yd.
3 cftsrs 10-4 Blecbed Sheeting, gjod
quality, at ioc yd.
3 caes 10 4 Bleached Sheeting at
22Jc a yard.
It. LOW EX SI KIN a ItltOS.
Solid SlUerwarea mi MnllbrtU
Hot BallSHlaTCak lMromaralaio t do
Mnlrord, Jeweler, 294 Mln, o
Of Its orders rrom the eoustrjr, iiL
APPEAL WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9. 1886.
ZELLNEB A CO.'S
fcrtat Bargala Sale or
Boots and shoe
Contlaiet to Draw Crowd I
Taey ell Lowenttein'a Shoe at
Don't fail to secure some of these
MiactANT wanting seme cheap
job lot come and see us.
Order From the Country
will htvt the fane attention as if
were here in person.
flry! You (till be pleated.
ZILLXEIt A CO.
BOO Mala Street. .
inq telephone 609, Mc-
D. Smith, Veterinary Sur-
geon, IV o.
1 Monroe street.
P. M. Stanley, funeral director and
emba'nier, 65 Madison Btreet.
Paint your carriage for 75 cents
with Near Carriage Paint. For sale
by A. Benkert.
Send a nostal to the Memnhia Collar
and Cuff Laundry, 51 Main street, to
can lor your luunury.
Th Herbal Chill Care, the beet
tonic and aatl-ixrioiiio known. A oartain
and ur onra 1-r oiiilM. Prica II par bot-
Ken I atitniii I"- c-rculari. Any rof-
araD-a men. Ad lriui John 0. Kuckar,
Thi Memphis and Charleston rail
road will tun an excursion to Balti
mo'e, leaving Memphis Jnly 2Ut, 22d
and 23d, at one limited fare for the
round Hp. Tickets will be good to
July 10th. I The new line of Pullman-
Buffet sleeper running through from
Aiempn to a niogton and tialu
more fits il very nicely on this excur
Pittsburg Lump Coal
At 33o per barrel.
C. B. BRYAN & CO.
iMetuphlH Water Ilends.
The holder of Memphis Water
bonds ditsd Janiury 2, 1882, are here
by notified that in consequBnce of a
I'H-ision of the .Supreme Court the
Water Comnsny reorganized under
the act of 1S85, and is not legally lia
ble on said b md. Havirg, however,
assumed the debt which they repre
sent, it la necessary that new binds
should be issued in lieu of the old.
The July interest will be raid and
new bonds exchanged for the old on
demand, af'er June 10,1880, at State
T. J. LATHAM, Preddont.
iMnif rnis.'june 5, 186t.
In order t4 introduce the Alabama
Splint Coal in this market, it will be
delivered at 3c per barrel in city lim
its. It has rio-gnperior.
, P.M. PAIVER60N k CO.
Telephone NJ -
PiTTJBURa, Jane 8. Night River 2
foot on tbe ga ire and rising. Weather
clear and mild.f
Cihcinkati. June 8. Night River
11 feet 4 inches on the ganueani fall
ing. Weather fair and warm.
ViCKsarjRo. June 8. Nieht De
parted: Lionesi and tow, Fijtsbirg.
River fell 12 inches. Heavy rain this
Locisvillb, June 8. Night River
falhng.witho feet 5 inches in the canal
and 4 feet 3 inches on the falls. Busi
ness good. Weather cloudy and warm.
Caibo. June 8. Night River 20
feet 8 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather cloudy and warm. Arrivei:
Ohio, Cincinnati. 3 p.m. : City of Nat
chez, tt. Louis, 5 p.m. Departed: Ohio,
Memphis, 7 p.m. '.
St. Loma. June 8. Nieht Rivei
fallen 10 inches, and now stands 15 feet
incht-s on the gauge; Weather warm
nd raining. Arrived: Arkansas Citv.l
VicRstiurg: Ulty ot NewUrleanp. New
urieans. ISO departures oi regular
. . , ...
UNION & PLANTERS' BANK
OF MEMPHIS, TEN'S.,
At Cla of Hualnraa, Hay 30, 1S86.
aans and Discounts tl. 11. 399
Memphis t'omnromise Honds t.0.i0 110
Cotton Exchange Membership 250 00
Uankinghouse and oQioe fixture! 30. mm (10
penses 8,764 66
ight exchange n
asb on hand Xti.m 68 523,120 73
.. 11H 77 M
.. 1,013,18 51
Capital Paid up
1 ndivided Kri-fiUi
Interest and Exchange
A. Vaccaro, Wm. A. Williamson,
Joseph Bruce, Napoleon 11 ill .
K. Dudley Frayaer, K. Knsley,
S. P. Ktad, Benj. Unfit),
John K. Pepper, Jas. 11. McDavitt,
Isia? N. Snowden.
NAPOLEON ntLt. President
WM. A. WILLIAMSON Vice-Pre-ident
B. P. READ ashier
No. 238 Main Street.
OPfJI 1IIE EXriRK TEAR.
TBE course -if study is extended, thorough
and practical, affording superior facili
ties lor obtain in a a sound business education
nr catalogue can
t the nrhiMil-rnnm np
JAMES C. BELL, Prettldest. j E. P. MEYER, Re'j and Treaa.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET,
HAIIUFACTURERS Aim JOBBERS
Saddles, Harness, Collars,
MAlIL,EItY niBDWABE LEATHEn.
US- fPECIiL PRICES to Railroad and Levee Cn tractor for Wagon, Scraper ud Cart Uaries. &t
What It Will Be Fashionable
To Do and Not To Do.
IILT ON ETIQUETTE.
Sensible and Seasonable Advice
Especially Adapted to Mem
phis and Yicinity.
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 tho Misfit Clothing Parlors,
2C2 Second street.
Many of last year's bonnets will be
worn, but the owners won't feel hap
py while wearing them. The males
of the family, however, can save the
cost of several now bonnets by buy
ing their Spring Suit at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 2C2 Second street.
Men who wear wigs need not lift
their hat to those lady acquaintance
they meet in the street during a
wind-storm. The wind is liable to
carry away their wigs. Wise mon
will, however, contione to buy their
clothing at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 2G2 Second street.
Curl-papers will be much worn in
the morning, but false hair should
be carefully hung over the hack of a
chair before retiring. Before de
ciding to buy elsewhere see the fine
stock at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
2C2 Sccsnd street.
In writing love letters don't call
your best girl a "ducky darling" more
than 91)9 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
In spring marriages it will not be
fashionable to have a first-class fight
until at least one week after the wed
ding day. Brides, however, should
insist upon the grooms buying the
wedding suits at the Misfit Clothing
Parlors, 2G2 Second street.
It is fashionable garment at an
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 Square,
Open evenlnaa till O, Snlnrdaya
Ha? All alterations to insure a per
fect fit done free of charge.
, N.B. We have several hundred
Sicrsuckor Coats and Vests which
wll be sold at fl 25.
Young & Brother,
Booksellera and Stationers,
IS Mtkln St., Weiupbi,Tenn
VTlalalaaar lt Rotlre Irom Baaloeaa
Wj far oar Entire
STOCK AT COST.
Job Otiitck, J a. C. N. OaosTaaoi.
OVERTON & GROSVENOR,
Real Estate Dealers
aVtJKSTh eft BBOHEBS,
Offloe,234 Second Street.
a. B. SJor. Beom axel Dour a,
MEXFJira, e e a TENNESSEE.
RIAL B3TAT1 BOUSHT AND BOLD,
Taxei Paid, Rent Collected, ato.. oi
KROWHH IRON BITTER) COM.
pletelr eradicated malarial poison
from the a?stem of the little son of Mrs.
Pearoe, 4S1 Poplai stret, Memphis, Tenn.,
when suffering frou chilli and fever. Qui
nine failed to oonett him.
Notice to Fire and Borglar Troof
CONTRACT to farnlah the SheritT'e ofllca
ef Tate county, Mississippi, with a Fire
and Burglar Prool Sale will be let to the
lowest and best bidder by the Board of Su
pervisors of said county, at the Court-House
thereof, in eenatobia, on tbe first Monday ol
July, 1W. Capacity and style of Safe to be
adopted ths day of letting said contract.
Any or all lids subject to rejoction by Board.
By order if Board.
June 3. m. pi AM J. HOUSE. Clerk.
KKOWI'N IRON BITTERS WAS
used 3T Mrs. Kate Sieukenson, 26 Pey
ton avenue, Memphis, Tenn., in one of the
mo-t stubborn cases of chills she ever knew
and it cured. Sea gave it to her children
with good results In bowel disorder and djs- I
Goodbar Wna. L. dark
GOOBB AR 4& CO
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WI offer to Bl RRCHAHT OBI1.T tbe'lanrent and belt itoek of Boot and Shooi we
hare aver broneht to thli market, and which cannot be aurpaaaed in quality and
itylea or any home in thia or any other city. In addition to a complete line of Ewtera
made uooda, including the (ELLBHalKU WOOD HA K A CO. BHOUN, we handle
a large and teleet atock of Cnetom-made Goods for Men, Women, Miaaei and Children. Wa
carry a number of the beat makea in the country, in even variety and at; le, and amour
them. the well known Uen'i Calf Boota and Shoea manufactured by Oeo. Hocker for our
Spring Trade, w e alto carry a choioe line of Ladiea' and Miaeea' Custom Kid, Uoat and
Calf Uooda, manufactured by Krlppendorf, Dittman Co. Wa invite th trade to examina
oar ttook before buyini elsewhere, and w guarantee everything w aell to give aatialactioa.
MEMPHIS, TENN., June 1, 1886.
THE firm of ESTE8, DO AN A CO. la thia day dissolved by limitation. The aurrivlnf
partner, Z. N. Etea, will settle the business at the office of their successors, Z. N.
KSTKS A CO., who will continue th Wholesale tirooery and Cotton Factorage business as
formerly done by us. Z. N. ETK3,
B. J. P0AN, Executrix.
Z. N. ESTEij.
Z. IT. ESTES & CO.
(SUCCESSORS TO ESTES, DOaH t CO.)
Vholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
For Judge of the criminal SJoairl.
MESSRS. tiapnleon Pill, Henry J. Lynn,
John W. Dillard, II. M. Neely, W. 1).
Bethe , H. O. Craig A Co.. (i. V. Kambaut,
A. L. Lowenstein, J. 8. Menken and others
In response to your call upon me to be
come a candidate for the office of Criminal
Court Judge of Sh'lby oounty, with sincere
thanks lor your kindneaa and courtesy, I
hereby announce myrelf as a candidate for
the position, subject to the aotion of the
A. M. LAMBETH.
Clerk or tbe Criminal Conrt.
TTTE are authorised to announce R.
v UAfblts (lor twentv-one venrs u-d
ntv) as a candidate for Clerk of the Criminal
Court of Shelby county, subject to the Dem
WE are nthoir.ed to announce DAB'JEY
W. COLLIEK as a candidate lor Clerk
of the Criminal Court ol Shelby oounty,
auorecr to tne uemocrauc uonvenuon
County Conrt Clerk.
WE are authorised to announce that
RICHARD A. ODLUM ia a candidate
for County Court Clerk, subtest to the action
ol tne iiemocrutio Convention
(XTE are authorized to announce P. J.
VV OlII'H.kY as a candidate for Clerk of
tne county court, sunject to the action ot
the enelby County Democratio Convention
Jndtre of the Frobate Court.
TO My Fellow-Cititens of Shelby County
Fearing that my circular announcing
my canaiaaoy tor rrobate Judge my have
failed to reach many of you, I take thia
method also of announcina myself acandi
date) for that office, subject to the action of
tba approaching Democratic County U n
ventian, and respectfully ask your kind sup
port in my behalf. I have the honor to be
your oneuient servant, 1. if. JUCUU.
TTTE are authorised to annnnnoa J. P
rV VUUNU as a candidate fortheoffioe
Judge of the Probate court, subjeot to the
Utlnn AftViA Pnnnf n.m..lifl . !
TTTE are authorised to announce JOHN
VV M. BKADLKY as a candidate for
Trustee ol Shelby county at the ensuing
Aogusi election, suniect to ma action ol the
WE are authorised to announce AN
DREW J. HARRISas a candiHate for
re-election to the office of County Trustee,
subject to the aotion ot the Bemooratio Con
vention. THE Appeal Is authorised to announce Mr.
S. F. LKM ASTER as a candidate for
the office of Trustee of Shelby county, sub
teot to tbe aotion of the Beuooratic Conven
WE are authorised to announoe OEOROE
B. PETKRS, Jx.,ss a candidate for
the office of Attorney-General, subieottothe
aotion of the Bemocratic Convention.
THE Appenl is authorised to announce S.
B. WbAKLEY ai a candidate for Attorney-General,
subjeot to the Bemooratio Con
TO the Voters of Shelby County and My
Friends I hereby announce myself lor
the second time a candidate for the office of
Coanty Register, subject to tbe Uemocratio
Convention. I am poor and need the office.
Feeling that my pat service as a servant ot
the people has given satisfaction, and that I
can come before the people and ask tbeir
suffrages and i-upportfor County rleristar. I
am, respectiuuy, juujx a. ruwuL,.
"VTTK are authorised to announce N.
TV (UUNK.) 11AKK1SUN as
for Regioter, subject to the aotion of the
Bemooratio Oounty Convention.
THE Appeal la authorised to announce
JOHN F. McCALLCMas a candidal.
for Register, suiject to the action olthaf
THE undersigned announces that he Is a
candidate tor Register, and asks the
support ot the voters of Shelby county. If
elected, will endeavor to give satisfnetion in
tba diacharaa of the dutiM of the nftica. and
daces his claims subject to tbe action of th
'ounty Bemocratic Convention.
THOS. 11. CRENSHAW.
Memphis, March 28, 1886.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Kerrville, Tenn., is a
. candidate for RKOIaTKR, subject to tba
aotion of th Democratic Convention.
TTTE are antboriaed to announce E.
VV KIIMuNubO.N as a candidate
County Regiatar, subjeot to the aetion of th
THE Appeal Is authorised to announce
JOHN W. GOULD as a candidate for
th office of Kegmer, subject to the action ol
th Democratic Convention.
Jadar of tko Circa It Conrt.
WM. 8. FLIPPIN is a candidate for Cir
cuit Judge of Shelby County, subject
to th action of a Democratio Convention.
Wa are authorised to enioone L. H. ES
TES, JR., as a candidate for Judge of lb
Circuit Cou-t, subject te th action of tbe
JAMES L. OOODLOK will bea candidate,
before th Democratic Convention, tor
nomination to the oak-e of Judge ot tbe Cir
cuit Court; end. if defeated, will support
th sueoessiui nomine.
Wa are authoriaad to annoanc that JOHN
JOHNSTON ia a cand'date for Judge of the
Circuit Court el Shelby County, subject to
action of tbe TleTrioCTwt'C Convention.
1)1 1 VW Instant relief. Final cur in
A AJuaju. ten days, and never returns.
Ko purge, no salve, no suppository.
erf win learn oi
r will learn of a simple remedy, rree, by
Cageae J. CaurlBtoa Frank S. Jaaea
W. B. D0AN.
DURING! the season we will receive Bea
Hart's Berries morning and evening.
Just received a fresh lot of Kennedy fin
Biscuit and Cakes.
Butter Scotch, Beatrice, Albert,
Lemon Cream, .lelly Bropi, Shrewsbury,
Cocoanut Taffy, Kovul Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. Assorted Jelly, Eta.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
Corner Second and Reale St.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
i in j'tirwjr. ueaiers in " " "j ... m-
nlilon and Flahlnsj Titcikle, Bnildera'
Hstrdwstsre, fcleclrlfl Bella and An
nanclatorafor Hotels and Residences, 848
Main atreet, Memptila, Tessn. Eleotris
supplies always on hand. Repairing neatly
r . a j i . a
8BE4 A McCABTIIY, rropr'g,
110, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
ORI 01 THE LARGEST BOILER SHOPS
ia th South, and th only complete
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Work ia th city,
aaannraetnrera of taoavy plate lron
work of erery detwirlplloa. Bpeolal
attention alvea tonlantaiion work.
KVOWS'm IBOH BITTER" WAS
used with salntarr effect in the familr
of Mrs. E. W. Edmund, 264 Adams street.
Memphis, Tenn. bhe was enrea ot nervous
ness and her husband of Indigestion.
Importer and Dealer In
Sail, Flaking; Tackle and Rporta-
ssiea'a nnppiira. oar Special attention
riven to M ANUFACTUB.I-N(i and K
413 Main NtMemphlta, Tenn
KROWN'N IRON BITTER COM.
pletelvcured Miss Ethel Ounthorne. 86
Hi 1 street, Memihis, Tenn , of neuralgia,
from which she suffered nea-ly a year. Two
bottles only were required to do the wor k.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IS
(gang, Ammunition, Finding Tackle
and Base-Hall Woods.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Skat Main Street, memphia, Tsaai
Manufacturing and Repairing of (inns a
"A LIBRARY in ITSELF"-"
The West Includes a Proaounrms:
psMtT of the World, over as.m
tltiea: Hlnrra,.h(Ml Tu..li
potj-d persons; 30H0 lllnatrationa ; lmjsiu MiW,
in its vocabulary, being .vital more than found l
IYh l?l,r.A.'rlJn, Diclinnry. Comes with or
without Patent Index. "Invaluable in every
S.A00I and at every fireside." a. y
S. A C. UEHB1AM A CO., Pub'ra,Springni:tU,
XJ". B14 Main fSt
Hat just neeived a larg stock of th
latest styles of
CASMXEKES ASU WORSIEDS
for Pants, which wwii make to order at
much less than the usual prices. W, will
make a good all-wool pants for Call
and examine our goods. Also, a complet
lin of ttENTg FCRNIbHliitJ 000!"
lor the ooming season at our usual Jew
A. HEXTER, SO. 214 MAIX ST.
f .miif-K' --,1
SubfKTlhe lor the "Appeal.