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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY. JUNE 10, 1886.
RAILROAD S TIE -TABLE.
ialfTfJ!,5rw Orlf u a1 Texan E'y
Oa ud after Ms 1- 1h, paaenger trains 01
mi rnaa win run mm lotiowt
ASI MAIL. j boat.
1 a. m
5:26 a. mi
11 lie p.m
eton Range. G
CllN K KCTIONS
A With ell llnee entering Memphli.
5-With M.1N.W.R. R. lot Il.l.ne.
0 for ttreenvllle and Huntington, nd all
D-Witb. V. k M. end V,. 8. P. Rallroedi.
X-With N., J. A C. R. ft. for iiatchei end
F For l'omti on the Branch.
5 With ilunin (or lterou Bar.
B With railroad! diverting for Florida,
Texas end CoaatlrolnU.
J AS. M. KD W A hliS. V. P. and Q. M.
A. J.KN AI'H. 0. V. A.
laelaalBpl anal Teaaeaaea. Train i
nova m follower iew Orleans stall arrival
daily at -If a.m. ; Inra daily at 5:00 p at.
Bardie accommodation arrival daily at s:4A
a.m. ; leaves daily at VflJ p.m. Now Orlcani
nail train will not atop at any flat station
between Memphii and Sarilia, or at White
haven, Born Lake, Nesbitaad Lova. Freight
traina do not carry paaieMra.
lawMrl Rewaanct Hlaalaelppl Tal
17. Train! mora a-follow! t Kant itni
leavei at 10:00 a.mhl. Load fait lina
laava! at 80 p.m. i Past Una arrival at 1 :'M)
p.m. i bt. Louii fail pna arrival at Kit a.m.
Loalavllle an4 Naahvllla Tralni
on ai follow! : Vast mail arrival dally at
iilria.m.: laavaiat 10:10 p.m.i mail leave!
daily at 10:10 .5d. I arrive! at 1:00 p.m.
Brownsville iveommndatiom laavai daily'
eioept Sond.iy, at 5:00 p.m.) arrival daily,
leapt 8no dan at :.V)e.m. (atandard time).
eaaphlav aad Mule Rork. Train!
Sova ai fnjlowi (central itandard time):
o. 1 leayej daily at Si p.m,i arrival at
f :wi p.m. Do. a leavea at :no a.m. ; arrive!
at:n0a,m. No. 5 (freiiht) leaves llopeneld
dally (oept bunday) at 8:00 a.m.; arrive!
at 7:10 p.m.
enaphla aad Cti.rleetoa Train!
move ai fniiowi: Througn aipreai leave!
dally at 10:31 p.m. Mail and el ureas leavei
dallv atl0:iia m. Homervllla accommoda
tion laavai daily, except Bunday, at n:K0
p.m. Through exrreii arrlvee daily atft:zi
a.m. Mall end. eipraaa arrivaa dally at 4 :hn
p.m. bomorvila accommodation arrival
daily, eicept Sunday, at :M a.m.
Wnlf K (Hansn I'll y, Nprlnar
Brlal and Mriaiplilal Train! laave.M.and
T. depot aa follnwi: No. 4, Knniaa City ei-
raai, leavei at m:tn a.m.) no. a, naani
Ity einrcaa, arrival at .i:.ni p.m. no. i.
aniu uity mall, leavaa aio:ii p.m.i no. i,
anial C ly mail, arrive! at 8:4( a. in. No.
1. Nt. Louia and Chicaao elliraal, leave! at
i00 p.m. I No. 1, Bt. Loull and Uhicagoai-
Xraia, arrlvea at8:45a,m. Ia affeot bunday,
prll 18, lvS.
amphla, Rlranlnaham and Atlaa
tl Uollv Bi'rlnga Houta Train! mova a!
fallowi: No. 1 leavei Meinphil dallv at 3:4.
pi, t arrive! at Holly Hprlngl at 6 : p.m.i
No. 3 leavaa IMly Hnrlnga daily at V-AI0
a.m.. arrivaa aa Memntiia at II tl5 a.m. t No.
t leavei Mamphii daily at 7:16 p.m., arrival
at Holly bprinaa at 11 :4 p.m.) No. 6 laavai
Holy hnrtnii dally at 2ils a.m., ai
empntiitff :40 a.m.
WiiHiKGTOK, June 10, 1HH6, 1 a.m.
IndicationB: For Temipmeu, IocbI
TaiiM, followt'il by fair weather ; nlinht
ly warmer. For Arkunfns, local rains,
followed by fair weather; stationary
For Mufittippi, limit rafw, nearly ita
tumitry trmpemturt; mriable wimh.
For Arkmwiu unit Loiiimaiia, lotnl
taint, followed 1y fair weather; ttatumary
temperature, variahk wind.
For Tejta, tliyhtly warmer, fair wcathtr,
vtriiMr yrinds, generally toutltrrly.
For Tennenntf, loeal ruinn, followed by
fair weath'T, hijhtli Mvirwur, variable
MmPHia, Tbkh., June 0, IHHA.
Maximum tomiwraiuro, 85.0.
Minimum tem(ertAure, 70.0,
Oiono, 11 o'clock A.m., 0,
Ia ttaa (atlaa Reajloa.
Signal Sbrtio, U. 8. Abmt,
June 0, 18885 p.m.
Division of telegrams and reports for
' is benefit of commerce and auricul
ar. Cotton region bullntin for the
twenty-four hoars ending Juno Uth, 6
Memphis 85 1 70 .00
Hashvllle 82 (ifl .08
Grand Junction... 81 (17 .03
Corinth 85 (17 .00
Tnscurabia K (I!) .17
Decatur 85 07 .14
BcottsWo 8:t (14 .17
Bateeville 8(1 70 .8.1
Hernando 84 (14' .20
Grenada 8(1 (ill .70
Arllnnton 8(1 7 .
Brownsville 85 tin .
Milan 87 (18 .0:1
Paris i 82 55 .1(1
Covington.... 88 "0 .00
Dyersbnrg 88 (10 .03
Bolivar 82 (18 .15
Holly Springs 80 (17 .09
Oxford ....y . 80 Oil .71
Brims... ...1598 1285 3 58
Means.'. :..: 84 ' (8 .19
WilminRton 83 70 .47
Charleaioo 88 70 .4(1
Augusts 80 71 .48
tlavannah 91 71 .2!)
Atlanta. 85 (19 .3
Montgomery; 87 65 .40
Mobile....; ... 88 (18 .94
New Orleans 88 ( 71 .18
Galveston 90 fi .03
Vlcksbnrg 80 71 .32
Little Rock.. Kti Mi7 .28
Memphis 84 08 .19
Pnme :.; 830 4.2tt
Vr,n l :,7 .:t(l
Vt o' f era
sor rf !
uy. il Con-
L:uiiuncuji.ineut exercises at
Ft. AgnfS Acalcmy will be una
Monday next The occasion will be
one of exceptional interest.
p. J. O'LaugMtn and Jul;a Fit
natrick, O borne Huut and Kpne
Jackson were granted licenses to
Pink eye Is prevalent in the city.
A nnmber of hors's are urable to
work on arcount tf the disfaw, but
it is of a n.ild form as general thing.
This Is cctnniencf mcnt day at the
Clara Cmway Institute, and also at
Mif s Higbee's school. The sweet girl
graJaate will be supreme at both
The children of the Sunday
school of the Church of the Good
Shepherd enjoyed their picnic yester
day in spite of the rain.
The. Italian picnic did not cos
off yesterday, ss advertised. It has
been postponed to a dsy of which due
notice will be given by the Committee
G. P. M. Tamer and Bell Ethei
ridge were yesterday fined t5 each for
disorderly conduct. Mr. Hadden, for
reasons stated, held np the fines until
after the 4th of Augu t.
Six of the new green cars built
for the Hernando s'reet and Scotland
route sr rived yesterday snd wers
taken to ths shops to be put in run
ning order. They will be sent oat in
a day or two.
Mr. John II. Kobb, the well-known
theatrical mansger, who formerly re
tided In this city, thrashed a black
guard at Chicago the other day for
mantling bis wife. 'An account of ths
affair is pub ished in another column.
An examination of applicant, for
certificates to teach in the city schools
will be held at the Market Street
School building next Saturday, begin
ning at 0 o'clock. Applicants are ex
pected to register at l he office of tbe
Board of Education before the day of
Tbe following named gentlemen
wers recently elected ofliee'S of ths
Irish Literary Society: President,
John Lilly; vice-presidant, M. Gavin;
reccrding secretary, D. G. Sheehan;
financial secretary, M. F.agn; treas
urer, Dennis Sni'th ; librarian, Jatcej
Mallow; censor, A. Donnelly.
The commencement exorcises of
Miss lligbeu's school were continued
yesterday mornirg snd last night,
and wore largely at'ended by the
fri. nds and patrons of the institution.
The exercises of the senior class will
continue tonight, and to-morrow the
regular cmninc nicuient programme
will begin at 9 o'clock in the morning
Mr. G. W. McGinnis of the Louis
ville, New Orleans arid Texai railway
bos placed at the Exchange Siinp'es
nf wheat raised In Tunica county,
Miss., which is the bust proof that can
be furcished that the Yaxoo Delta is
as Due a grain producing country as
there la in the Union. The country,
it must be remembered, that Is good
for grain is also good for grasses. The
Delta is the couutry for practical and
Tbe following nftmed gentlemen
were elected a lioird of Directors of
the Bluff City Slove Works Mondsv:
H. Wetter, G. Scbmslsreld, W. F.
Tsylor, W. B. Mnllory, W. D. Bethel,
W. T. Bowdrs, Napoleon Hill, John
A. Denie, O. C. Hein, W. H. Kobin
son, II. FuiHtenhcim, George E. Itudi
sill snd C.C. Huntington. Yeeterday
those gentlemen elected the following
officers: H. Wettor, president; L.
HQ Risk, secretary and manager; W.
F. Tsylor, vlce-preMtlmt; George
Schmalr.reld, treasurer. The company
has done a good business, and is
among the most promising concerns
in the city.
When Mies Hiiibee opened the
flrat art school in Memphis for draw
ing from objects it wis thought a
doubtful venture. But tbe exhibition
now open is worth the critical at'en
tion ol all lovers of art. Miss Dobyns
has shown what Memphis can do un
der intelligent iim'ruction, in tho most
finished wood-carving mid in drawing.
Tbe wood-corf Ing deserves special
notice, both from the variety of arti
cles and the dinereut characters ol
ornamentation. The drawings from
still lite, in black and white, show, in
many instances, true conceptions of
form, outline and shado.
Solo Agents Tor Horace It. Kelly
lo.'g Key West Cigars.
The trade supplied at Now York
prices. A full ruwortruent constantly
on band at the following stands con
trolled by us: Gayoso Hotel stand,
Peabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly, i. samsijom CO.
O. M. Peck and wife have luturued
to the city.
Wm. Kwin of the Nashville Union
is in the city to report the Memphis-
Mist Mii.annis Woou from Natchex,
Miss, Is visiting Mrs. Gsn. William
son, 125 Adams street.
G. FicutoNHKi.D of Aurora, 111., is
visiting his stHler-ln-law, Mrs. 8. Vini
dig, 118 Washington street.
Miss Jsnsis 8. MiRRiLLof Nstohes,
Miss., Is visiting her relative, Mrs, V.
A. Goodman, Shelby strtot.
Mishiik, G.S. Maclaiian andC. K. F.
Ham, left lant night for Eng'and
and if they get a clmnce will etufl the
ballot boxes ljr Home lime.
Dit. and Mrs. S. J. Morrison Mt
for Litlle Hork yesterday, called there
lv tint lllneru of their gramlihtld
TiiO doctor will be home in a day or
Proc. A. J. Ktkei.s of the LeMoyne
Institute left tbe city yesterday for a
brief vint to bis former home in Wis
consin, after which he will leave f ra
tour through Europe, leave ol eh-
fence for which has tieen granted him
by the American Board of Missions.
This is the tint SBrson of rest thut
Mr. Steele ha enjoyed for yeais and
be needB It as a me ins of lecuoera'ion
from labors that Increase with the years.
A faithful pub lie servant with his
heart and soul In a great, good work,
be will be followed by the good wishes
of all who know him, his follow teach
err, the graduates and the schola's of
l,e vioyne. Tbe Api'kal wishes nun a
good voyage and safe re.urn.
C. F. Conn, a well-known cltisen.
on Tuesday night suddenly ana
painlersly passed away. When ths
morning dawned bis family found
that, without a struggle, his bands
folded across bis breast, his heart bad
ceased to bear, and tbe repose of sleep
bid become the repoie of deitb. A
resident of this city for twenty-one
years, a man generous and pnblic
f pirited In prosperity, patient and un
complaining in adversity, an advanced
M:i-on, a conscientious and unassum
ing leember of ths First Presbyterian
church, tins to dutv through three
epidemics, always a devoted husband
u d a singularly feud father, be
s nght s'ep he found everlasting
Xolford, Jeweler, 294 Main, so
oelts orders from the country.
Owing to change of gsuge we are now
prepared to contract for present or
future delivery of Alabama splint coal
at reduced rates.
P. M. PATTERSON A CO.
Order nl lord W de Medals."
OAttinu the great auction sale of su
burban homes to-day. Sold on tnoo'h
lv payments by T. A. Lamb and J. 11.
Barton. F. W. Royster, auctioneer.
Fine Watch repairing at MalTord'a.
Tbi unsold stock of cotton now in
Memphis ia 20,906 bales, by actual
Closing price of July options at
Chicago yesterday: Pork, $8 80;
lard, etc; clear rib sides, 6 47c; corn,
35c; wheat, 75c; oats, 271c
Visrroas on 'Change yesterday: H.
T. McLaoghlin, Boflalo, N. Y.; A. F.
Jones, St. Louii; Mirs Jennie S. Mer
rill, Natchet, Miss. : O. A. Goodman,
city: L. M. Vance, Columbus, Miss.;
Pat Kerns, Archy, Mo.; H. II. Starr,
ZELLNER aft CO.'S
Ureat Bargain Sale of
BOOTS a ax! RHOH
Continues to Draw Crowds I
T'usy sell Lowrnstein's Shoes at
Don't fail to secure some of these
Mkbchants wanting seme cheap
job lota come and see us.
Orders From the Country
will have the came attention as if
parties were here in person.
Come! Try t Yon will be pleased.
ZELLNEB Ol CO.
800 Mala Street.
Kaisominino telephone 609, Mc
Neil. Db. 0. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. CI Monroe street.
P. M. Stanlxy, funeral director and
emba'rner, 55 Madison street.
Paint your carriage for 75 cents
with Neal s Carriage Paint. For sale
by A. Ronkert.
Sind a postal to the Memphis Collar
and Cuff Laundry, 61 Main street, to
call lor your laundry.
Tub Herbal Chill Care, the best
tonlaand antt-narlodlo known. A aartain
and aura onra for ohilli. Prloa II par bot-
tia. Band itampi lor otroulars. Any rer-
Iranra ilion, Addreu John 0. Kuokar,
Many persons are a (11 ic ted with
eruptions of tho skin, boils or nlcers.
Brandreth's Pills taken freely will, iu
a short time, enrs eruptions, pimples
or bolls. Ulcers ol long standing re
qu'rs treatment for some weeks, but
bo assured that the worst fever tores
or obstinate ulcers will surely disan
pear if you persevere with these pills,
Hotel St. G so bob, 61 Clark street,
Brooklyn, fireproof, best construction,
snlendidly located on Brooklyn
Heights, close to Bridge, bandy to
central points of New York City and
Coney Island, with more luxury at
one-third prices; 400 rooms, all elec-tric-Mghted
(100 bath-rooms), hand
somely decorated; very best uphol
stered mrniture; nnest beuaiing; con
ceded to be one of tho finest hotels in
the country. Transient rates, 2 60
per day, with private toilet. Single
rooms, $1 per night; open all night;
Wa call special attention to the sue
tion of bonnes and lots to-duy by Hoys-
ler v uo. me nouses are new and
complete; cisterns, eta.; loca'ed near
ths street cars and convenient to busi
ness; lots 100x150. sold with each
house. The plan of getting a home
on such easy terms is a new one Mere,
and certainly ought to be very popu
lar. It is a decided improvement on
renting year after year and having
nothing to show for the money at tbe
end of the time. Thoeo preferring
can buy lots on same terms. Take
red' cars on Main street. Eleven
o clock prompt.
Itut Three More Day.
Ladies, there are just three more
days to get your Hats and Bonnets
trimmed free of charge.
JUST OPENED TO-DAY
New Summer Crinkles and Novel
ties in White Goods.
MENKEN AM) COMPANY.
Kollri Silver wKre at Miilforda'
Everybody should go snd look at
the six residences near State Female
College which Messrs. T. A. Lamb
end J. 11. Haiti n will sell at
auction to-day on - monthly pay
ments. No such opportunity lor
getting a nome will be onered again
sion. ine auct oneers are t. w.
H.iyster A Co.
91ouog;raiii ltanslcHt M ulford
Pitt3bcrg, June 9. Night River 5
leet 4 Indies on tbo gauge and rising.
Weather clondy and cool.
Wbumno, Jons 9. Night River 3
feet 4 inches on tbe gauge and falling.
Weather cloudy and cool.
Evansville, June 9. Night River
rising with 10 feet 4 incheson the gauge.
Weather warm, with rain nearly all
Nsw Orleans, June 9. Night
Arrived: City of St- Louis, and Oak
land and barges, St. Louis : Joseph B.
Williams and tow, Louisville.
LomaviLM, June 9, Night River
falling, with 8 feet in the canal and 3
feet 10 inches on the falls. Business
good. Weather cloudy and wet.
Cincinnati, June 9. Night River
10 feet 8 inches on the gauge and fall
ing. Weather cloudy and hot. De
parted: James W. Gaff, Memphis.
Cairo, June 9. Night River 20
feet 5 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather cloudy and warm, with rain
this afternoon. No arrivals or depart
ures of regular packets.
St. Lotus, June 9. Night River
fallen 4 inches, and now stands IS feet
on the gauge. Weather cloudy and
sultry. Arrived : Port Eada and barges,
and City of Natchet, New Orleans.
Departed: City of New Orleans, New
99 Market street Telephone 717.- Re-
ucuoa ol prices; for balance ol the
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
FREE OF CHARGE,
Every Dress Pattern Bought In
Our House This Week,
Whether the price ba 15 or $50. Remember,
Il will ba Cut aad Fit free of any charge.
Thia offer will ba mora thaa luffiolent to in
duce every lady Irom Chelsea to Fort Pick
erini to buy a dreai at oar store be' ween
Monday morning and Saturday evening,
gtill, in order that thoia who deatra to have
their Dreiaei Sniahed in our home may fael
that they are remembered, wa hare raiarved
The Greatest Offer
we hare made thia leaion for them, namely,
The Choice ot a Hundred Dif
IN SU1T3 JI1DK TO ORDER, COM
PLETE AND KLKUAKT, IN
KB EMEU'S MATCHLESS STILE.
$25 A SUIT.
Guaranteed and warranted correct in every
detail of atyle, fit and qualitr, ai
are all our goodi.
W. II. BINGHAM Marraoria.
European plan. Knlarged and refurniihed.
PrioM acoording to eiae and loca
tion of roomi.
R R Farrar.Mafrnolia M B Ilnrtman, Ooeola
R II MoOutTey, Miaa Mn J McUuffey, Miai
Mr J WUarratt.Miaa A LBiaith, Tex
I N tinowden, Tenn 11 1) Cullen. lenn
1) I) Anthony, Mii I) C Ureer. Union City
W D bobaon if, Mill Liizie Britton. Miu
JE Powell, Ark T K Maxwell, Miu
B l'eraini, Miia J F Kdwarda, Mill
Mn M Clement, Tenn Ella Clement, Tenn
Mra B K Adama.Tonn llattie Adami, Tenn
Mn O V Bookar.Tonn Annie Booker, Xenn
MraLHW.IIer.bC TWeller, BC
M Madden, Tonn
B F Locke. Tenn
II I I'atterxon, lenn
W C Ntrickland, Tenn
K D Fletcher, la
U W Ueaton, Tenn
JB Driver, Ark
J A Dunlap, Tenn
John (iattala, Ark
J A Avarv, 111
D Krow. Ill
A K Kicnmond, Ark
T Phillips, Ark
J Lratun ,vr, i
T 0 CratchBeld, Ky
Wm Sawyer, 111
II J Parrivh. Tenn
Mn L Kiirle, Ark
TFHowoll.Ark J M Fuller, Miaa
II T Jordan, Mia B F iiuuhca, Miaa.
A N Rutland, Ark
0. B. 0 ALLOW AY A CO PRornrnTOR.
Kataa 12 fiO and J! per day, accnr.iing to
aiie and location of room Speoial
J n Driver, Ark E J Wen. lei, Tonn
J K Lelleaae, La (1 W Ao, Ark
5P Motlovern, ArVf R A McNeoly. M.ial
C EdniBton, Tenn 6 llindman, D C
H (Irillin, Ua Ike David, Ky
A M lavia. Ark
w p r reeman, lonn
J M Ward, Ark
V M Earnest, Ky
A M Conke, Tonn
S S Fiold, N V
Tom Foatcr, N 1
E I) Flelrher, Wil
J W Walker. Tenn
J L Alcorn .Vw.Miaa I Weil, N
J M Kurke, lenn
A U llrai.lley, Miai
J M add. 'X. Tenn
F M DuVall, Tenn
FK Smith, Mo
DC Brady, Ky
Mra Ulonn, Tenn
Miaa J Glenn, Tenn
J C Jamiton, Ala
J Harmon, N V
K 0 Pratt, 111
A F Jonea k w. Mo
W S Moore, Tonn
S Smaller, Ala
J Clarke, Miai
C P Reavea. Mo
L Ferman, Ky
Miaa L Glenn, Tenn
W Jonea k f, Ala
B C Jackaon, Ala
W J Kobinion, Ky
A M Jenninga, Ala
Tho Hew Gaiyoeo.
FARRINdTON, STEWART k WHITE,
Ratal, 12 SO to i per day, according to loca
tion of roomi.
Miu N Norton, MUl E W Morgantha'jr.Mo
M Donolaon, Miai J H Wation, Mill
Mra 11 Calm, Miai Mn L Leaaor. Misi
Mn A Marco, Ark C Cofllnberg, Tenn
8 Wheeler, Ind A R Davii, Mo
M Bchumaker, Ohio M K Owena, Misa
OA Arnold, Mo WMUinger.NY
J A Orundy, Ind W 11 J M ulford, N Y
P M Harding. Miai Jno W Fitch, Ky
J L Morriaon, III J F Johnaon, Ark
Geo Wlniton, Miai J N Martin, la
T B Chipman, Ia PL Holmei, Tenn
W T Roaaell, Tenn U T Rockwell, Mo
STStovalliw, NC J A Bkinwith, Ark
J H Barton, Ark J II Wobb, Ky
WEMarah, Maai CHFoote, Mo
JUWataon, Ky R F Youni if, Miaa
Mn V T Lee '2o,Mla W II Under, Ky
AJMyerair, Md B P rSimpaon. Ala
K A Parriah, Mill T B Field, Miaa
G R Wallace, Miu S O Franklin, Tenn
T C Taylor, Tenn T B Hatch, Ark
P C Grillin, Miaa C L Johnaon, Tenn
F D Munaon, Tenn G II Nottlcton, Mo
J 8 Michael, Mo E Davia, Mo
A Joy, Mo UHA;len,N
J Baker, NY J llurna, Me
T Duvia, Me F T Fnote, Ala
T M Chaae, Tenn O F Griffin. Ark
N B Uilimorc Ark W 11 G II, M.-a
PF Hay., Miai 11 F Hill. N Y
D P Lmdnn, Ind S t Bradley, Ind
K P Brown, Ind S K Davia, Am
RBJau ca, Tenn C B Yalei, Fla
K L Benaon, Fla.
Dndy'a Knropran Hotel.
Corner of Adami and Main alreeta. Roomi
600, T5o and tl Per day : American Plan,
t2 per day.
Firt-clna Keataurant in the Hotel.
J. M. Di l l V (lu reara with Peabody Hotel)
J W Blevina, Ark C C Hedrlck, Ark
t Murphy, Tenn P M Morria, Tenn
C 1. Moore, Tenn J W Campbell, Ohio
L v Campbell, Tenn J a uienn, Ky
C M Black. Tenn
J Montaomery, La
L Cock, III
J 11 Fox, Mo
V II Stilca, Mo
S C Hernden, Tenn
?J Caldwell, Tenn
L Binaham, N O
M L W illiami, Tenn
W L Thomaa, Tann
C P Adama, Mich
W B Maddcx, Ga
OC Jonea, Ark
K Stone, Ohio
J J Roberta, Mo
W L Maaos, Ala
M M Lrona, Ark
K 11 Andrewa, Ky
J Uor.lon, ill
J II Heckler, Tenn
N T Shotwell, Mo
C Burt, Mo
K M Murray, Tenn
t M Carradina, N 0
C B Guthrie, Tenn
W J Hamilton, Mo
E J Adami, Mich
R T Kennedy, Ark
M L Frayaer, Ohio
J M Waller. Ohio
P Matthewa, Ind
R P Goodall. Mo
C M Kline, N Y
P M Cain, Ind
T L Murphy. Tex
j atorrow, Mo
T U Malcolm, Ark
R L Caldwell. Ark
Pitlabnrg Lump Coal
At 35 per barrel.
C. B. BRYAN A CO.
Oct Railed at LacoaMraUao to He)
Drumtaond'i Matirtl Lff.
The oulv irenuine "Na'ural Leaf'
tobftiHNi in tm markf t : "two tin tam.
one on each; cud of the plug;" a mud,
elpgant chew. Don't h dtctived into
bny ing imitations. Tak none but th
original "Iuiuruond' Vritiiral Leal"
lnl,.A .... ...
JAMES C. BIXL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOHD STREET, MEMPHIS. TENTS'.,
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
Saddles, Harness. Collars.
HADDLiEItY HABDWA1U2 AND I.'EATIIElt.
Sar 6PEC11L FIICES t. RailruS Mni Lctm Coitracton for Wvo., 8crapr and Cart BaraM nam
What It Will Be Fashionable
To Do and Not To Do.
III5iT ON ETIQUETTE.
Sensible and Seasonable Advice
Especially Adapted to Mem
phis and Vicinity.
Black hosiery will be much worn,
but the man who comos home late at
night with a black eye will be re
garded with suspicion. Full particu
lars at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
2G2 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, oan save the
cost of several new bonnets by buy
ing their Spring Suits at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 2G2 Second street.
Men who wear wigs need not lift
their hat to those lady acquaintances
they meet in the street during a
wind-storm. The wind is liablo to
carry away their wigs. Wise mon
will, however, continne to buy their
clothing at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 2G2 Second street.
Curl-papers will bo much worn in
tho morning, but false hair should
be carefully huog over the back of a
chair before retiring. Before de
ciding to buy elsewhere see the fine
stock at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
2G2 Sccand 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
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-olass fight
until at least one week after the wed
ding day. Brides, however, should
insist upon the grooms buying the
wedding suits at the Misfit Clothing
Parlors, 2G2 Second street.
It is fashionable garments at un
fashionable prices that you get at the
Misfit Clothing Parlors. If you want
to get the most for your money oomo
262 SECOND STREET,
pp. Court Nqnare,
Opea evenlaira till 9, Salnrdaya
loir All alterations to insure a per
fect fit done free of charge.
N.B, AVe have several hundred
Seersucker Coats and Vests which
will be sold at II 25.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
IMS Mala SU, M em phis, Tenn
VTlaalat Rrllr Iroan Baalacaa
Wa Her War Katlr)
STOCK AT COST.
Job Oviitok, Ji. 0. N. OaoaTixoi.
OVERTON & GROSVENOR,
Real Estate Dealers
AGENTS at BROKERS,
Office, 284 Ssoond Street.
Jft. Car. aaal Coart,
MEXTHI8, a a a TEJfXESSEX.
RAL ISTATI B0U9HT AND BOLD,
Taiea Pais. Rent! Oolleeted, ate., as
J. F. II0LST &BR0.,
(SUCCMSOKS TO O. H. HOLKT a BRO,
30 MAIN ST., HEM FIX IS
AT I'LL aad oompivte a took of Wood and
Metallic Oaaae aad Caaketa, Cloth -Cot.
arad CaakaU asd burial Hoba! alwayi ea
haad....aar Or dart hi talaarask prompUr
J a aa aa H. 3odbar I Warn. W. Clark
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to MERCHAB'T) OHLTtha largeat and beat gtock of Boot! and Bhoea wa
have aver brought to thia market, and which cannot ba inrpasaed in quality and
itylei by any houae in thia or any other city. In addition to a complete line of Eastern
made goodi. Including tbt I CLlBKaTKU eoOlaBAK CO. BatUUAftN, wa handle
a large and lelect stock of Custom-made Gooda for Men, Women, Miaiei and Children. Wa
carry a number of tha best makes in the country, in everv variety and itjle, and among
them (the well known Men'i Calf Boot! and Shoe! manufactured by Geo. Hooker for our
Spring Trade. VVe alao carry a choice line of Ladies' and Miaaea' Custom Kid, Goat and
Calf Goodi, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman A Co. Wa invite the trade to examine
oar itook before baying elsewhere, and we guarantee everything we lell to give satisfaction.
4JWw' ! H A K 4 "H'waV
MEMPHIS, TENN., June 1, 1886.
THE firm of ESTES. D0AN k CO. Il thil day diaaolved by limitation. TheiurviTinr
partner, Z. N. Eatei, will aettle the buaineai at the office of their eaooeaaora, Z, N.
EST Erf k CO., who will oontinue the Wnoleiale Urooery and Cotton Faotorase buaineai aa
formerly dona by ui. Z. N. KSTES,
E. J. DOAN, Executrix.
Z. N. ESTES.
Z. N. ESTES fc CO.
(BHCCE6SOBS TO KSTES, DOAN at CO.)
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Far Judge of the criminal coart.
MESSRS. Napoleon Kill, Henry J. Lynn,
John W. Dillard, II. M. N'eely, W. 1).
Bethe . K. Q. Craig ACo.,. V. Hambeut.
A. L. Lowenitein, J. S. Menken and othen
In reapooae to your call upon ma to be
come a candidate for the office of Criminal
Court Judge ot Shelby county, with aincere
lhanka for your kindneai and courtesy, I
hereby announce myaelf aa a candidate for
the poaitiun, anbject to the aotion of the
A. M. LAMBETH.
Clerk of tbe Criminal Court.
WE are aathoriied to announce R. 8.
CAl'EKH (for twenty-one yeara Dep
uty) aa a candidate for Clerk of the Criminal
Court of bhelby county, lubject to the Dem
WE are authorlced to annonncc DABNEY
W. COLLIEK aa a candidale lor Clerk
of the Criminal Court of Shelby oounty,
aubjeoi to the Democratic Convention.
Coiaaty Court Clerk.
WE are authoriied to announce that
RICHARD A. ODLUM la a candidate
for County Court Clerk, aubject to the action
of the Deinocralio Convention.
rtTK are authoriied to announce P. J.
VV in 1,1, 1. v l.lr
the County Court, aubject to the action of
the Shelby County Ppmocratio Convention.
Jadce of the Frobate Court.
TO My Fellow-Citliens of Shelby Count
Feirint that my circular announcinc
my eandidacy for Probate Judge may have
failed to reach many of you, I take thil
method alao of announcing myself a candi
date for that office, subject to the action of
the approaching Democratic County Con
ventien, and respectfully aak your kind aup
port in my behalf. I have the honor to ba
your obedient lervant, T. B. MICOU.
TT7K are authoriied to announce J. P.
VV YOUNli aaaeandidata for the office
of Judge of the Probata Court, aubjeot to tha
action of tha County Democratic Convention.
WE are aathoriied to announce JOHN
M. BRADLEY aa a candidate for
Truatee ot Shelby county at the enining
Anguit election, inbiect to the aotion of tha
WE are aathoriied to announce AN
DREW J. UARRISai a candidate for
re-election to the office of County Truatee,
lubiect to the action of tha Democratic Con
vention. THE Appeal tl authoriied to announce Mr.
N. F. LEMASTER aa a candidate for
the office of Truatee of Shelby county, lub
iect to the action of the Demooratio Conven
tion. For Attorney-Urneral.
WE are authoriied to announce GEORGE
B. PET&RS, Jr., aa aoandidate for
the office of Attorney-tleneral, aubiect to the
action of the Demooratio Convention.
THE Appeal ia authoriied to announce S.
D. WEAKLEY aa a candidate for Attor-ney-Ueneral,
lubject to tbe Demooratio Con
vention. For Reclater.
TO the Votera of Shelby County and My
rienda I hereby announce myaelf lor
the second time a candidate for the office of
County Regiater, aubject to tbe Democratic
Convention. I am poor and need the office.
Keeling that my pa.t lervicaaaa servant of
the people haa given latiafaction, and that I
lan come before the people and aak their
lurTrairea and rupport for County Register, I
am, respectfully, JOHN A. I'OVYEL. ,
lTE are authoriied to announce N. F.
vv iDui.iif uAnniovn as m oaouiuaie
for Regiater, mbject to tha action of tha
Democratic County Convention.
THE Appeal la aathoriied to annonnoa
JOHN V. MoCALLUM aa a candidal.
for Regiater, lutject to tha aotion ol lhe
THE undersigned announce! that ha il a
candidate for Regiater. and aaki the
lupport ot the voter! of Shelby connty. II
elected, will endeavor to give satisfaction in
the diacharge of tbe duties of the office, and
Blaoea hie claims aubject to the action of the
ounty Democratic Convention.
THOS B. CRENSHAW.
Memphil, March 28, 1886.
SA. DOVOLAS, of Kerrville, Tenn., Il a
. candidate for RKGISTKR, aubject to tha
action of the Democratic Convention.
WE are authoriied to announce K. A.
EDM0NU8ON aa a candidate for
Connty Regiater. lubject to the aetioa of the
THE Appeal la aathoriied to announce
JOHN W. GOl'LD aa a candidate for
the office of Regiarer, aubject to the action oi
the Democratic Convention.
Jadsrearthe Clrealt Court.
WM. S. FLIPPIN is a candidate for Cir
cuit Judge of Shelby County, lubject
to tha action of a Demooratio Convention.
Wa are aathoriied to announce L- H. ES
TES, JR., aaaeandidata for Judge of the
Circuit Coart, subject to the action of tha
JAMES L. O0ODL0E will baa candidate,
before the Democratic Convention, for
nomination to the office of Judge ot the Cir
cuit Court: and. If defeated, will lupport
the successful nominee.
We are anthoriaad to annonnoa that JOHN
JOHNSTuN U a candidate for Judge of the
Circuit Courtof Shelby Connty, subject to
action or the i,
PfTpG InaUnt relief. Final ear la
X XAJaLk taan days, and oever rttnrne.
No ram, bo t&lT. no tarDOsitorr. buffer-
r will U-vrn of fimpU remedy. Free, by
F. HTB, Basc'y and TreJU. .
Eaceae J. Carrlnoa I Fraak . Jaa
W. B. DOAN.
DURING the season we will receive Ben
Hart's Berries morning and evening.
Juat received a freah lot of Kennedy fin
Biscuit and Cakea.
Butter Scotch, Beatrice, Albert,
Lemon Cream, Jelly Drop), Shrewsbury.
Cocnanut Taffy, Royal Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. Assorted Jelly, Eto.
J. F. BUCKHAM Sc CO.
Corner Spcond and Beale Stg.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importer! and dealer! In Suaa, Annua.
nllloa and Flahlnsr Tatckle, Balldera'
Hardware, fclectrlt) Bella aad Aa
anaelatera for Hotel! and Residences, 848
Main atreet, Meanptala, Teaa. Electria
luppliei alwayi on hand. Kepairlnar neatly
SHEA ft McCABTUY.Propr'g,
140, 143, 144 Front, Memphis.
Om 01 THl LAR9KST BOILER SHOPS
in tha South, and tha only eompleta
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Work! In the olty.
Manoiaeturerai of heavy plate) lroa
work of erery deaerlptloa. Special
attention ttvaa to plantation work.
Importer and Dealer in
final, Finning Taekle and Bporta
aneu'aajuppllea. ar Special attention
given to MANUFACTURING and RE
413 Main NtNemphlH. Tenn
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Hung, Ammnnltlon, Fisblngr Tackle
and Base-Itall Hoods.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
034 Main Street, Mempbla, Tenn)
Manufacturing and Repairing of Guna
, Mwm Dictionary.
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The 1.tt in,UmAa. . x - 1-,
itMetteor of the World, over 'ifl, hut
nou-a peraonaj .Ttxio llluatrationa : II8.OH0 Word
in Ita vocabulary, being ,10110 more than found In
any other American Dictionary. Cornea with or
without Patent Index. "Invaluable in ererv
School and at every Fireaide." . "
S.AC. HERR1AM A CO., Pub'ra.SprtnKfleKl.Muvis
XNTo. B14 IVXaalxo. Bt,
Hal Jnat received a large stock sf the
latest atyle. of
CASSLKERE9 AM) W0CSTEBS
for Panta, which we will make to order at
much leai than the niaal pricw. wawill
make a good all-wool panta for Call
and eiamine our smnds. Alao, a complete
lina of GENTS' FURNISHING. GOODS
lor the Coming season atonr aaoal low
A. HEXTLK, SO. 214 MlIN ST.
.lotlce to. Fire and Barglar-Proor
PJONT'xACT to furniih the Sheriff 'i oflre
cj im county, Miesisstrpi, with a Fire
and B'arglar Prool Safe will be let to the
lowes'. end beat bidder by tie Board of Su
parT ieori of laid county, at e Court-House
hereof, in Benatobia, on tba trat Monday of
Jul y, m. Capacity and atyle of Safe to he
adopted the day of lettiig said contract,
'inv or arl bids subject to rejection by Board.
By order of Board.
"j Jon, 3, ii, SAM .', HOUSE, Clirk.
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