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EAUEOAD TI5E TELE.
wtvfl!,1Fr-w Orlfair? a as Mm By
u( attar May ' 1M' NHiw trains oa
this mad will ran u Mlnwi:
lAofTaaAlL. TSo.thTl: North.
:) p.ra a. at
: p.m 7:21
llliW 4:07 a. as
lrto 1:13 a.m
1:44 a.ll:lo P.
5 .-a. a.m
:m p. a
:I0 ft. m
Wltk 11 lines entering Memphli.
Willi M N W. R. JL Inr Ilalana.
0 for Graanvill and Huntiagtoa, tad all
P-Wlth V. A M. and V., 8. k P. Railroad!,
-WiihN., J. AC.R.R, for -latches and
f For Poinu aa th Breach,
ft With lUtman (or Hayou Sara.
fi-Wita railroad! diverging fur Florida.
Toia and Ooastlnoloti.
J AS. M . EDWARDS, V. P.andO. M.
A. J.KNAPP.G. P. A.
Iaalaalrl ana Tfww-Trmlni
taov M follows: Htm Orleans nail arrives
daily at :ie.m.; lurn dally at ft:(w p .
6ard.il accommodation arrive! daily t 8 :45
a.m.1 leaves daily 1 !S :Jkl p.m. Now Orleans
Ca.il train will not ilop at any Sag fitim
twocn Memphis and Sardis, or at Whit
h ivn. Born Lake, Ne'blt and Lev. Freight
trains do not carry passenger!.
waart Heweand ttlealiyilnpl v"al
y. Tralni mora al follow j 'ut Ina
Ihim at 10:00 a.m.: bt. Luli fait lino
Inni at 5 : 80 p. m. i Put Una arrives at 1:30
p.m.! tit. Louii fait lino arrrs at :05 a.m.
laulavllla and Nsjttivllle Tralni
Povee follow! t fast mail arrival daily at
L"e.m.t laayaa atlO:l" p.m.) mail ler-ei
dully at 10:10 a.m.! arrival at i :00 p.m.
Brownsville aooomrsoibtioa Lavas daily'
xo.pt Sunday, at ft :0m p.m. t arrivoi dally,
agoept Sunday, at ,10 a.m. (itandard II in).
aaable and f.lilla Rock. Tralni
taov aa follow! (Central itandard timali
Bo. 1 loavai daily at 5:28 i.m,t arrises at
:Mp.m. No. S Ifcafai at o:N a.m. j arrivoi
at I :n0 a.m. No.6 (freight) leaves Hopefleld
tally (except Sunday) at 6:00 a.m.i arrivoi
at T :10 p.m. p -Homphta
and Charleston - Tralni
yiova aa fnllirwat Through express leave
ally at 10:20 p.m. Mall and express leave!
dally at 10:00a m. Somervllle aocommoila
tioa laavoi dally, aioapt Sunday, at 15:30
p.m. Throngs aiproi arrival aanv at
a.m. Mail end express arrives dally at 4 :M
S.m. Bomervln accommodation arrival
ally, aioapt Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.; av
tall Maul (Kanasui City, prtaa;-
eld aad Mesnphl) Tralni laavo M. and
T. depot ai fnllowi: No. 4, Kaniai City ex
press, loavai at 10:48 a.m. I No. 8, Kansai
City aiproai, arrival at 8:90 p.m. Nn. x,
ansa City mail, laavao at8:l1 P.m.i No. II,
Kaniai City mall, arrival at :4A a.m. No.
I, Ht. LobIi and Ckicun aiproai. loavai at
i00 p.m.) No. 1, (H. Louii and Chlnaooai-
Xron, arrival at 8:45 a.m. Ia offoot bunday,
pril 18, I).
Irmpbli, tllrmlwabam and Alaa
tl Hollv Sprinn ionta Tralni mora at
fallowi: No.l laaval JMamphil dally at 8:46
m.t arrival at Molly Pprlnn atft:M p.m. I
So. loavai Holly nnrlnai daily at 9:00
t.m., arrival at Mrmphla at H tl5 a.m. I No.
loavai Mamphil daily at 7:16 p.m., arrival
at Holly Kprinri at 11:41 p.m.) No. 6 laaval
BoMyrfprlnn daily at Xtl6 a.m., arrival at
Momphli a' -4s a.m.
For HMjmppi, Artantat, Ixnimana
and Ttxat, grnmiUy ir vrathrr ; txiri
chit vindt; Mationary trmprraiure.
for Kenlurty and Trnntttre, local rain,
foUowrd by fair vrnthrr; ttaiionary tem
perature; varuihle vrinilt.
Maaraia, !., Juna 23, 18AA.
fW Bar. Tber. Wind. W'tbor
7:00 ,m. 20 81 60.0 N. K. C'oudy
11:00 a.m.LD.871 77.0 N.W. Fair.
8:00 p.m. 211.820 82 5 N.W. Fnir.
7:00 p.m. 20.803 75 8 N.W. Fair.
10:00p.m. 20.8114 718 W. Clear.
laiimnm tompurature, 82.8.
Minimum teinporaturo. 0.9.
done, 11 o'clock a.m., 1.
la tbe itottoa) HkIb.
Siqnal Skrticb. U. H. Abmt,
June 211, 1886- 6 p.m.
Division of toltKrma and reporta for
-the benefit of counniTre and aRrioul
tare. Cotton reion bulletin forthn
twentT-four honraendinn June 22d, 5
rapBii d- ? 3 5 S 3 5.
tiior. 2? g 2 ? B g
B -3 B r
Memphis 8! 67 .07
Juhville 70 63 .06
Grand Junction... 84 (VI .16
Corinth 84 (CI 01.
Tnacumbia 70 HO .12
Decatur 86 (17 .85
Hcottuboro 81 62 .80
BatjvlllB 82 63 .29
-Hernando 71) 68 .21)
Grenada 84 (Hi .35
Arlington 80 62 .12
Brownsville...-.-. Hit 67 .13
Milan 80 66 .26
Paris... 85 62 ,(X1
Covington 85 66 .38
Dyereburg. 90 66 .04
Bolivar M 83 65 .30
Holly Spring 82 05 .05
Oxford - 86 68 .34
Bums 1506 1220 4.12
Maans 83.8 64.7 .22
a c 3 T a T
Wilmington 87 68 .00
Charleston 88 71 .
Aogusta. 80 06 .CO
Bavannah 86 70 .10
Atlanta. -M . 6S ,12
Montaomerr 86 ' 66 .21
Mobile 87. ( .35
New Orleans. 8 (W .10
Galveston 89 6!) .03
Vlcksbtug 88 69 .13
Little Rock 84 64 .15
Memphis 84 65 .22
Sums -...1030 808 1.41
Means 86 6 67.3 .12
Comparative Weekly Rainfall.
The rainfall at cotton reirion stations
lot the weeks namvd below average,
about as follow h:
Am. lM.'HS. Jun. 18. 'W
800th Atlantic SUte....1.20 OtiO
F4t Gulf H-a'e! 0 82 1 H)
West Oulf SUtfg -0.56 1.86
Ohio Valley and Tenn...l.l8 2.56
Average for Diat 0 94 1.73
For Toiiin'ssee alone the nmonnt is
ChattanooKa- 1.54 3.02
Knoxville 1 57 1 21
Memphis 0 50 6..'!
Naehville 1 42 3 34
Average forTenn 1.26 3.29
Whoopina-coogh is almost an epi
demic in portions 1 f the city.
In the Probate Court yesterday,
R. W. Harris ws appimtaa guaidian
of J. W.Uanis.
Annnal rommencetnuit exeieifes
' of Christian Brotbets Uollewt at Leu-
fcrie's Thea'er at 4 o'clock this even
ing. Ovir 1500 people rode on the to
bonan ye.st r!ay atemoon and even
nx. 1'iof. Warner italks a w re 150
feet leng nd (ixty feet high each
afternoon at So'c'ock. Tb exhibi
tion is free, and a big crowd attends
Lioenrea to marry were issued yes
terday to N. F. Eainei and Lydia Mor
riion, JJeniamlo Kncter ana jLatie
Tber area lot of chickens at tbe
Station House which are believed to
have been aioleo. Tbe police want to
find owners for them.
John Goff, a fugitive fra Jurtxe
from water Valley, Mirs., was put id
tbe Stationhouae yesterday to await
tbe arrival of tba propr r officers.
Tbe uegio W'lbarn, who was
brought back from Pack UillTaerday
by Deputy Phfriff Ingram, swindled
the darkies of that place out of $300 or
On Wednesday nut, at 8 o'clock
p.m .amu'lcalewill be g'ven at te
rsidenceof Mm. J. 8 Piestidge. 75
Union s'reef, for tbe benefit of Grace
Mr. Harry Bill sa;d to an Appsal
man yesterday tbat, ad reports to tbe
contrary, be wis rot a candidate for
oflice before tha Republican or any
Dick Commins, tbe versatile vi
ricty performer, will have benefit
Under! Mn at tbe People's Theater
Friday night, A gord bill his been
arranged and big crowd is certain.
Ladies and gentlemen participat
ing in tbe muiical exerchei at the
Knights of Hoi or ce'ebration are re
quested to meet at Wi'sinann's to
night at 8 o'c'ock sharp for rehearsal.
Tbe fairy Bridal, a cantata, with
a full cborui ol seventy five children,
will be given at the Young Men's
Heb ew Association Hall tomorrow
night f r the benefit of the new First
Methodist Church. '
Coo. Porr.ell, co'orod. was arrest
ed yeiterday 1 Constable Robinson,
for striking J. M. Vaughn, coloied,
over tha need with a bar of i;nc,
Justice Buttenberg bound tbe offend
er over to the Criminal dure.
The lecture which will be deliv
ered by Mis Lide Mfriwother Thurs
day evening, June 24th, at the Y ung
Men's Christian Arsociation roinis
will be attended by music on the vio
lin with piano arcompaninmnt and
Hinging. Tickets can be obtained at
Floyd's, N. Wi l ains's and B. Lawen
stein's or at tbe door.
The rainbow party given by the
young ladles cf the Central M. K.
Church at the residence of Mr. A. W.
Newjoin last Tuesday night was such
a success socially to at, by request,
they will repeat it in connection with
s promenade concert next Monday
night, June 28th, at tbe same p'ace.
A band of mueic baa been tecared.
Mrs. Lide Meriwether will lecture
this (Thursday) evening at the hall
of the Young Men's Christian Asio
claiion for the benefit of the Young
Men's Temperance Union. Her sub
ject will be "The Knights of tbe Nine
teenth Century," and she will tell
who they are, what the object of their
crusade, and with what weapons they
George Wright, colored, called on
Pete Noonsn, cook at the Ptabcdy,
yesterday, with a brick in bis pocket,
to collrct s debt r.f fifty cents The
culinary ar ist bad never sven George
before, but supposed f om the manner
in wbinh he ftngerd the right band
pocket of his cost tbat he hail a pis
tol, and invited him over to the cor
ner to get tome change. There they
met a policeman to whom George
wai promptly hanJed over.
The leitme tonight at the hall o'
the Young Men's Ob' is ian Assttia
t on is likely to draw a largo audienc.
It is not necesrarv to ray, when it is
announced that Mm. Lide Morriwether
will occupy the platform, tbat the au
dience will be interested as well as
large. The proceeds will be devoted
to the Young Men's Temperance
Unior, an organisation whica is al
ready well under way and promists
At the residence of Mrs. It. C.
Brinkley, corner of Poplar and Msnas
sas streets, tonight a musicals will be
given for the benefit of St Mary's
Cathedral. The following ladies and
gentlemen will take part: Mrs. W.
A. Gge, Miss Jennie Montgomery,
Miss K.uima Peake, Miss Manila Lucas,
Mies Emma Jones sud Mies Msry Lou
Boiling ;and Messrs. M H. McDowell,
Ad Rem and C. C. Webb. Mr. R. G
Brown will read. Prof, Levy, musical
director. Theenter'alnment will con
clude with a dance. Admission, 50
Sole Agents for Horace R. Kully
( o.'a Key West Cigars.
The trade supplied at New York
prices. A full assortment constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by us: Gayoso Hotel stand,
Peabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. i. samkuow a 00.
JamksH Pi'llen left last j'ght for
Elian Lowknktkim and family left
fcr the White Mountains yesterday.
Brow n Binciiiam left yei-terday for
Durk River, Tenn, his old heme, to
spend two weeks.
John T. Flvnn, of Jefferson, Tex,,
wai regiattr.d a', the Mtrohauta' Ex
chsmte yet-rdy. Mr. Flynn is an
old Mfinplnmi, was at one time super
intendent d the Memphis division of
the Louisville and Na&hville railroad,
and ban many friends here to welcome
lii in aud make his v'slt tileniaut.
11T THIS OI'T
And Keep It This Week Onlj!
imniiT Ooodi Have Got to Go!
We are detrrmiued to clem tbein
out and b'ginthe nt-xt snsonwith
NEXT BEASON'S GOODS.
Read and wouder! Come enrly and
aet your choice.
600 prs Mi sfs S'rsp Sandals, worth
SI 75, HEs 11 to 2, for Wc.
1000 prs Ladies' Kid Opera Slip
pars, wor.hft, for 60c.
600 p'S Mirses' Kid Opera S'ipper',
worth $1. for tide.
200 rs Ladies' Kid Oxford T es,
pumn (ole, worth $2, for 1 25.
00 prs Lsdits' Kid Fancy Or ord
Tit, pump sole, north 2 50,
for l 50.
60 pis Miss's' Alligator Oxford
Ties, v-ry stvlish, pump soles,
wenh $2 f,0, for $1 25.
A lot of Children's I'ebb'e Goat but
ton Newpnrts, worth tl 50, for 75c.
A lot of first quality High Cut San-
dsl Button Shoes for Ladies and
Mistes, wor'h $4 60 ami upward,
for the amall mm of $1 60,
A lot of ladies' Bat m Xiwuortp,
pump eoles, worth $2, for $1 25.
Take Your Choice. A lot of
Children's Shoes, lufan's' Shres,
Infants' Sandalr, and other edds
and ends, tome totting as high as
$2 and mors take 5'our choice for
only 40c. Cut this out and keep it
this week only.
ZEI.LXI U tV CO.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, JUNE 24.
MEXIEX AID COMPANY.
It has been raining so long and
so persistently, keeping tbe ladies
indoors, that TODAY we propose
to tempt them out
Regardless of tbe Weather.
Ladies, come today, rain or shine.
We promise you tbat youll not re
5000 yards Plaid and Striped White
At Be a Yard, Worth
5000 yards bed I2Jo Plaid and
TODAY Only Oe Yard.
All our 8-Button Lisle and Silk
Gloves, heretofore fold at 60c and
75c s pafr, TODAY you can buy
at Site a Pair.
You can buy choice of about 500
pairs (a job lot) of Gloves
For Se a Pair.
Keep your hands white and pretty.
Even going into the yard you can
afford to weir
i loves at 1 beaa Prices.
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
09 Market atreet. Telephone 717. Re
duction of prices for .balance of the
18 BIMOVaP BT TBI DBS Of COCOAIHS,
And it stimulates and promotes the
growth of the hair,
TCnrnatt'a Flavoring FrtvaMn are tba
Nolld Silverware at MalfordV
A DrtiKgltit'a Ntory.
Mr. Isaso O. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balna-n for
the Lungs, I can say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never beard a customer speak of
it but to praise its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest effects. I
have used it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
Drnmmond'i natural Leaf.
Tbe only genuine "Natural Leaf"
tobacco in the market ; "two tin tags,
one on each end of tho plug;" a mild,
elegant chew. Don't be deceived into
buying imitations. Take none but the
original "Drummond's Natural Leaf'
"NEW WHEAT FLOUR."
Plant's "Victor" la tbe aad, as
The Pott-Difpnich of the 22d instant
rays: Tha new wheat bought yester
day by the Geo. P. Plant Milling Com
pany was at once ground by them int)
flour, and today a sack of this first
new wheat fburnas shown on Change.
The quality was first-class, grading
about a "best straight," or nearly up
to a patent fl ur. The bead miller of
the Plant mill says the wheat was tbe
beet first receipts he hsd ever known,
dry and g"od qua'ity. The Plant Mill
ing Company sold 100 barrels of this
new flour, Victor brand, to the Doier
Weyl Cracker Company, at the pre
mium price nf $5 a barrel.
Fine Watch repairing at Malford's.
Wo to Katledse l.acoiuaralno Tor
your Plomblnc and Uaa-f'lttlog
Knight of Honor Privileges
for ft ale.
The picnic privileges will bo (old at
the Terrace Garden, over Luehi
msnnV, Friday, Jnre S!5tb, at 3
o'clock p m., to the highest and best
bidder. By order of the commit'ee.
Postponed on account of tain, will
take place Monday next at Estival
Pra. Thnia will Via mnrn fun all
around at the Turnfest than at eny
other picnic of the season.
Gt Kntleds at Lagrornnralno to do
Till Fairy Rhidai. entertainment at
Young Men's Hebrew As ociation
Hall Friday night and Saturday mati
nee, will be aa attractive affair. It is
for the benefit of the First Methodist
A mi-sicai.s for the benefit of Grace
Church will he given on Wednesday
night. June 30th, at the residence of
Mrs. J. 8. Prejudge, No. 75 Union
street. Tickets, 60 cents.
Mnlford, Jeweler, 294 Main, so
or Its orders from the country.
Dyeing audi Cleaulng.
Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers snd lace curtains by
Louis Reigel.58 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods roai"iyl by express
I vol's, enmp'aint is want of ap
petite, try half a wineglass of Angos
tura Bitteis half an hour before din
ner. Beware cf counterfeits. Ask
your grocer or druggiit for the genuine
article, manufactured, by Dr. J. G. B.
Siegert A Sous.
Order "Mnlford Made Medal."
Tuatilk cf thotown Kit's Herb
Pad' Go fee him and his Japanese
troupe on the bluff tonight
Slouograur. Uangleut M til ford
Tito Slew Wavoa.
FARMS (J TO !f, 6TEWABT A WHITS,
Batai, 2 10 to W par aar, aeoordlac to laoa-
tioa of room.
J J LaneaiUr, Taaa F O Chew, R
W C bickav, Tana C A Wil.on, Ohio
BCChri.tr, Pa A 0 Pattaraon, Pa
C W Battalia, Ha Capt Leach, Tana
OCSheildi, Me L K Kl.baah, Ala
P M Hardny, Mill A L Morrow, Ark
W B (iridar, Kv J C Pritehatt. Hin
Miu WouM, Mill LSMainaa, Mil
J L McKee, T.bo H O Cultirt, Tenn
V 1) Van DaMall, Mo N B Tunidale, Md
R J Mitohell, Ark C K lladlev. Ark
LO Powell, Tea a R J Kally.TeBa
L H Kuunll, Tena L a buBceo, Ark
!i Burnett, Ark C P bonslaai, Ark
Baker, Mo A 8 Clara, Mo
W T bmith, Ark KJ Run, Tenn
SJP.'att. lenn B Btevoni, Tena
TUreea,MiH A M Himpion, Mill
WUUall, Miu CT8haw. Tenn
T B Tarlnr. Ark 11 T Ilainaa, Mo
Mn C 11 Brink, Tax Martin Brink, Tex
WW Wood, Ky K J Simpaon, Ky
C L HaBdenoa, Ala,
W. H. BINOBAM. .Maieia.
European plan. Knlaned and refurnuhed.
Prion aooordint to lite and looa
tioa of roomi.
T F Duffin, Tenn H M Johnaon, Mo
John buanlan. Milt John P Tbnmai, Mo
Mr Johnion, Kai A J Hnipel Aw, Mini
W B Nnliiei, Miu Mm Muck, Mill
Mn VanKatnn.MIll Mn Van Katonie, Mill
Mn 8 B Stiikat, Mm K F Crittendon, Ark
S 1) (1 bciUKg. Miu 8 U Mann. Ill
JWMunn.Ill J Witherington.Tenn
Bonj Bin. ham, eity 1, P Cooper, city '
rlhep Kndven, oity M Gavin, eity
Mn I. Olireipr, Tens J W Jame., Mill
JONiion. Aiu 11 P Anbray, Ark
F llunter, city Krrd Berenaei, Ky
11 M MeVeitib. Ark John Kama, Tenn
John Clark, Ubio KW Wintertun, Mill
T F Brennan, Mil John T Ilayei, Ark
John B Driver, Ark Jamei Bell, Ark
J H Wilkerion, Tenn Arthur Little, Ky
J B Mun-er, oity W K Lanibath, Tenn
T R beliiman, Mill K J Keith, Ark
W HBnrton, Ark Mii 8bhannon, Mill
K II Klllott, La J M Lowe, Mill
Ihoinai Mull, Mm.
C. B. OALLOWA V 4 CO PanrariToa.
llatei 2 50 and $3 per day, accor.'ina to
lie and location of room tjpecial
C R Morrrw, Tons. H Fin'ley, Tenn
J R Prenton, Mini K F Preiton, Mill
J B Kobininn, Tenn II C Dunavant, Ark
L J Ilnkor A w, lonn W li liaikim, Ark
J L Peurey, Ark
1 1 ' i .7. 11
L Kobenon. Tenn
w t funis, mo
A Y Ktevon i, Tenn
Mibi Auitin. lex
Tom Tohin, Tenn
Mini M Neahit, Tel
B lavii, N Y
J A Faust, N Y
(1 B Petora, Ark
Mn W D Austin, Toi
J K Leonard, Pa
J C Harold, Ark
F B Davli, La
0 R Baoon, Mich
W BTunitall, Md
EUUiborns, N Y
o ncamii, fa
l T 1, L r
W C Bardenheuer.NYT L Robinion. Qa
w uriosel, ienn 1, ( Browne, Ohio
u K Arint irons, Mill u u Atklnion, Ky
j t. 1UU, oio
J W liuckner, Mill
,1 Newman. Idd
W KWolfley, DO
F I'okony, La
(i W Gunnison, Mo
WM Caldwell. Ky
w Bchild Aw, MiM
Mill A M Davii, La
Mn A F Johnion. Mill
W W Cowan, Ark
A Childeri, Mo
0 Reed, Ky
C W Breugh, Ky
J J Dulour. Pa
C N Reynolds, Ho
L White, Ky
W 8 Moore, Tenn
W L Payue, England.
J Alcorn. Min
0 W Daniel. Tex
JJ Qulnn, Mo
MiiH BDivii, La
Mn J Wither, Ark
J C Cowan &, Ark
J 0 Weill, Ky
J 11 Biicoa, Miu
Q W Amnions, Mo
J McDonald, Mo
C E Linn, Mo
W E Flynn, Ky
C 0 Curtis, England
JDnfly's Xnropeaa) Hotel,
Corner of Adami and Main itreeti. Roomi,
50c, 75 and II per day i Amerioan Plan,
ti per day.
Flrst-clasi Reitaurant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (lUyaars with Peabody Hotel)
T R Crawford, Miu D 8 Bron, Tenn
W R Berry Aw, Tena H J Cox, Tenn
J P (IriKSbv Aw, TennC J Knighton, Ala
E Pholan, Fla P Hardy, Mo
J B Buttle, Ark J M GnthinRi. Miu
W P Terry, Tena C M Black, Tenn
J Lennore, Tenn A A Latura, Tenn
J C Morrison, Tenn T M Dandman, Tenn
O Merriaett. Tenn
l M Muncy. Tenn
W M Adams, Tenn
P C Williamson, Ark
W J Coleman, Tenn
Dr C Cannon, Tenn
C M Rutledge, Ark
W II Milam, Mill
A C Mathews, Tex
Kalsouininq telephone 609, Mc
Neil. Bks Williems & Oo.'s card. $10 00
Dr. O. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
P. M.. Stanley, funeral director and
emba'mer, 55 Madison street.
Sknd a postal to tbe Memphis Collar
and Cuff Laundry, 61 Main street, to
chII for your laundry.
Little Allbiqut, the Jap, makes
tha children Uugb, and Ni.rinan, the
Hpan'nh wonder, astonishes everyone.
Go see them on tbe bluff ton'gbt, free
Thb Herbal Chill Oure, the best
ton1" end antt-parlodio known. A oertain
and lure oure tor chills. Price Jl per bot
tle. Bend it.Turi for cironlnrs. Any ref
erence gixen. Addran John 0. Hacker,
Dr. John H. Gaopor, late of Beer
sheha Spriogs, is now in charge of
Ban Aqua Ca'l and see local sgent
JOHN F. KEY, 44 North Coart street.
Renumber, the bluff will be made
as l'gbt as day by electric lights t
night and every sight. Bring your
wife and children to see the 1 tile Jap
and Norman, the Spanish vonder.
Free to all at 7:30 o'clock.
It N Sot Hlght
For yon ti leave for the summer
until yon have boughtyour trunk and
valire at the r.ew Memphis Trunk
Factory, 331 Main rtr.iet, Goodman &
Barrett. Old trunks repaired promptly
O wing ti change of gauge we are now
prepared to contract for prevent or
future delivery of Alabama splint coal
at reduced rates.
P. M. PATTERSON A CO.
Plttsbnrg Lump Coal
At 35c per barrel.
C. B. BRYAN A CO.
New Early Ross Potatoes, at 50 cents
LYTLE & SHIELDS.
Awninys, tents, C 'U, mattresses and
tarpaulins mads at 231 Second street.
Isaacs A ( o.'s ant'qnarisn book
store and ci'ru'ating library has re
moved fr.ira No. 310 heeond to No. 419
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs, Winslow's Soothing Syrup
should always he used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves tho little
sufferers tit once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, end the little cherub
awakes at "bright as a button." It is
wry pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all
nain, relieves wind, regulates the
liowels, and is tho best known remedy
for dinrrhoa, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
feubM4.'rlb lor I e aAppel,M f
JAKES C. BEIX, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Nos. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET. MEMPHIS, TENN.,
UAIIUFACTURERS AIID JOBBERS
Saddles Harness Collars,
NAIIIaEItY IIAIlDWAItE AXI LElTflElt.
tS" SPECIAL PRICES to Railroad and Levee Costractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Uarness. m
What It Will Be Fashionable
To Do and Not To Do.
HUTS UN 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. Fall particu
lars at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
262 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, 262 Second street.
Men who wear wigs need not lift
their hat to those lady acquaintances
they meet in the street during a
wind-storm. The wind is liable to
carry away their wigs. Wise men
will, however, oontinne to buy their
clothing at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 262 Seoond street.
Curl-papers will be much worn in
the morning, but false hair should
be carefully hung over the b-..ck of a
chair before retiring. Before de
ciding to buy elsewhere see the fine
stock at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
262 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
the prices at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors are much less than prices else
where. In spring marriages it will not be
fashionable to have a first-class fight
nntil 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, 262 Seoond Btreet.
It is fashionable garments at un
fashionable prices that you got at the
Misfit Clothing Parlors. If you want
to get the most for your money oome
262 SECOND STREET,
Opp. Court Square,
Open eventa" till 9, Saturday,
19 All alterations to insure a per
fect fit done free of charge.
N.B. We have several hundred
Seersucker Coats and Vests which
will be sold at II 25.
No. 238 Main Street.
OPEN THE aXtlRK TEAR.
T'HK coarae of stndy Is extended, thorough
and practical, .Sordine; superior facili
ties for obtaining alound business educatioa.
For Catalogue oall at th. school-room or
address T. A. LKDDIN, Principal.
J. F. II0LST &BR0.,
(succssaoBS to a. h. bolst a bbo.
s :' . - - '.
CSO MAIN NT., MJEM FIT IS
A TV LI. and eompl.U itock of Woodand
Metallic Caaai and Casket, Cloth-Oov-ered
Cuk.u and Burial Kobet always oa
fK v.r-V :-ii--.lx,r?iji?.
I James M . taoodkar I Waa. Im Clark I
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to HEBrRAVRTH OMVY thalarreit and belt ftook of Boot, and Bhoai a
have aver bronsht to thil market, and which oannot be larpaieed In qnality and
Itylei br any bonis in thu or anj other oity. In addition to a complete line of Eaatara
made foods, inoludini th. CKLkBSaTKO ejllUIIHAH fc CO. BltOU ,(, we haDdle
a lane and select stock of Custom-made Goods for Men, Women, Misses and Children. We
carry a number of the belt makes in th country, in .verv variety and itjle, and amoni
themtth. well known Men'i Calf BooU and Shoes manufactured by Ueo. Hooker for oar
Hprini Trade. M alio carry a choioe line of Ladies' and Misses' Custom Kid, Goat and
Calf Goods, manufactured by Kripuendorf, Dittman A Ce. We invite th. trad, to examine
our stock before buyinc elsewhere, and we guarantee everything we aell to rive satisfaction.
W.MSI.HAK eV '.
MEMPHIS, TENN., June 1, 1884.
THB firm of ESTE8. DO AN A CO. Is this day dissolved by limitation. Thaiurviving
.ori.nt Z ? wi." "ttle th. bunneii at th. offic. of their successor, Z. N.
E8TES 4 CO. . who will oontinue tha Wholesale (irooery and Cotton Factorage business as
formerly don by ui. Z. M. ETK3,
11. J. DO AN, Exeeutrii.
Z. N. ESTES.
Z. KT. ESTES fc CO.
(8UCCEVBOB9 TO XSTES), DOAH aft CO.)
Vholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Far Judge of tbe Criminal Coart.
MESSRS. Kapoleon Hill. Henry J. Lynn,
John W. Dillard, 11. M. Neely. W. II.
Beth .R. O. Craig 4Co..U. V. Hambaut,
A. h. Lowenstein, J. S. Menken and others
In response to your call upon me to be
come a candidate for the oflice of Criminal
Court Judge ol fehi-lby oounty, with lincere
tbanki lor your kindness and courtesy, I
hereby announce myself as .candidate for
the position, lubject to th. action of th.
A. M. LAMBETH.
Clerk of tba Criminal Conrt.
TT7E are anthorited to announce R. S.
VV CAPERS (lor twenty-one eari D p-
nty) aa a candidate tor clerk ot tbe Criminal
Court of Shelby county, subject to th. Dem
WE are authoriied to announce D ABf EY
W. CO I, LIEU as a candidate lor Clerk
of the Criminal Court or fclhelby; eouaty,
ubieot to the Democratic Convention.
County Conrt Clerf .
TBE Apfkal is authoriied to announce P.
M. WINTERS as a candidate for Coun
ty Court Clem, subject to the action of the
WE are authoriied to announce that
RICHARD A. ODLUH Is a candidate
for County Court Clerk, subject to tbe action
of tha Demooratio Convention.
riTI are anthoriied to announce P. J.
VV UUIOLKY as a candidate for Clerk of
in. county court, sur-jeci to tne action 01
the Shelby Oounty Democratic Convention.
Judge of the froaate Court.
rpo My Fellow-Citiiem of Shelby County
L Fearing that my circular announcing
my oandidacy for Probate Judge may have
failed to reach many of you. I take thil
method alio of announcing myielf a candi
date for that omoe, subject to the action of
th. approaching Democratic County Con
vention, and respectfully aik your kind sup
port in my behalf. I have the honor to d.
your obedient servant, T. B. M1C0U.
WE are authoriied to announce J. P.
YOUNtf aiaoandidate for the office
of Judge of the Probate Court, lubjeot to th.
action of the County Democratic Convention.
WE ar. authoriied to announce JOHN
M. BRADLEY aa a candidate for
Trustee ot Shelby county at the ensuing
Angust election, lubieot to th. action of th.
WE are anthoriied to announce AN
DREW J. HARRIS as a candidate for
re-election to the office of County Trustee,
ubieot to th. aotion of the Demooratio Con
vention. THE Appeal is authoriied to announce Mr.
N. F. LKMAS1ER aa a candidate for
the office of Trustee of Shelby county, tub
led to tbe action of the Democratic Conven
WE are authoriied to announce GEORGE
B. PETERS, Jr., si a candidate for
the office of Attorney-General, lubiect to the
action of the Demooratio Convention.
THE Appeal li authoriied to announce S.
D. WEAKLEY as a candidate for Attorney-General,
lubject to the Demooratio Con
vention. For Betrlater.
TO the Voters of Sh.lby County and My
Friends I hereby announoe myself lor
the second time a candidal, for the office of
rinuntv RfMriatAr. luhiect to tha Democratic
Convention. I am poor and need th. oflice. 1
Feeling that my past service ai a aervant of;
in. people nai given laiisraciion, ana mat i
an come before the people and ask their I
iuJi-.e. and spport for County Register, I !
am, reepeotfully, JOHN A. POWEL.
11 B are authoriied to announce N. F. I
VV toui.lk; imnnioon M wuuiu.i.
for Register, lubject to the aotion of the
asemoorauo vouuiy ouveuuua.
THB Appeal Is authoriied to announoa
JOHN F. MnCALLUM aa a candidate
for Regiiter, lutject to th. aotion of the
rpHK undersigned announce! that ha Is a
a eaoaiuaie lor negisior, ana mki id. .
. .. 11,. B.M.f h1t. n.tfl Tf '
elected, will endeavor to give satisfaction in
the discharge of the duties of the office, and
placei hii claims subject to the aotion of th.
County Democratic Convention-
TIIOS. B. CRENSHAW.
Memphis, Maroh 28, 1886.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Kerrville, Tenn., is a
. candidate for KKG IsTKR. subject to th.
action of th. Demooratio Convention.
7E are anthoriied to announoa E. A,
I KDMoNDHON as a candidate for
County Register, subject to the action of tha
rp3E Appeal is anthoriied to announce
X JOHN w. UOULU as a candidal, lor
the office of Register, subject to the aotion oi
the Demooratio Convention.
Jsida-rnf the Ctrenlt Court.
tVM. S. FLIPriX ia a candidate for t'ir
V V cui' Judge of Skelby County, subject
to tha action of a Democratic Convention.
V, are anthoriied tn annonnee L. H.- ES
TES, JR., aiaoandidate for Judge of the
Circuit Cou't, sulriiect to th. action of th.
JAMES L. GO0T1L0K will be a candidate,
bofore th. 1'emoorati Convention, tor
nomination to the office oi Juue'e ot tne cir
cuit Court; and, if deteaied, will lupport
th uoceaafiil nomine.
We ar anthoriied to announce that JOHN
JOUN sTuN ii acand datefor Judge of the
Circuit Court ol bh.lhy County, suliject to
action of the Democra.ic ConreuUoa. ia;
METER, ee'jr and rreaa.
Eaareae J. Carrlnsrtoai I rraak a.
W. B. D0AN.
tor Circuit Court Clerk.
WE are authoriied to annonnc. Mr.
GEORGE J. CAMPBELL as a candi
date for Circuit Court Clerk, lubjeot to tha
cation of the Democratic Convent l n n .
I TJRINQ the season we will receive Ben
XJ Dart'! Iierrios aorn'ng and evening.
Just received a frenh lot of Kennedy fin
Biscuit and Cakes.
Butter Scotch, Beatrice, Albert,
Lemon Cream, Jelly Dropi, Shrewsbury.
Cocoanut Taffy, Royal Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. . . . Assorted Jelly, Eto.
J. F. BTJCKHAM & CO.
Corner Second and Beale Sts.
J. G. iiCHMIDT & SON,
Importer! and dealer! In dona, liana
nlilon and riHblsia; Tstebla, BnlMera'
Hardware, fcleelrle Bella aud An-
unelatora for Hotels and Residence!, S4S
Main street, Mempble, Teaa. Electric
luppliu alwayi on hand. Repairing neatly
SHEA & MCCARTHY, Proprs,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
ONB Ot THE LARGEST BOIXXB SHOPS
in th. South, and th. only complete
Boiler and Sbeet-Iroc Works In tha oity.
Mnnnrartnrera of heavy tlae Iroa
work or every deaerltlou. Special
tttlcn riw iff rtlafitation work.
Importer and Dealer In
Snas, Flatting; Tactile aad Boarta.
mn'anllms. .-Special attention
given to MANUFACTURING and RE-,
4ia Main NUWeuilimTtin
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Hons, AnimnulUori, FlsUiuir Tackle
.1. .. j
mid ininf-naii rtiMMi.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
924 ja.tsa etrert, nestpiiti, Tena;
Manufacturing and Repairing of Gun a
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No. 611'7. In the Chancery Court of Shelby
County, Tenn. -Daniel Willctu et ai vs.
! tin lluoier ct al.
It appearing from afll.lavit to the bill in
this cause that iho defendants Willie E.
Martin, Thomas L Aim tin and John R.
Hunter are non-rrsiden.'s of Tennessee and
resident, of Louisvlle, Ken'ucky;
It is therefor ordered, That they make
their apiwaranoe herein, at the Court-Hous
of fchelby county, in Memphis, lean., on
or Defore the first Monday in July, lrrtrl, and
Plead, answer or demur to eomnUinanU'
bill, or the same will be tiken for onf eased
ac to them and set for hearing ex parte; and
that a copy of this order be published once a
wek, for four luccessive weeks, in th
Memphis Daily Appeal. Thil 6th day of
June. Is,. A copy attest :
I M,cf,u ELL, Cl.rk and Master.
Tty B. r . oleraan, Deputy C. and M.
Poston Ponton, Sol, for crp!'t.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers.
8 IS Main Ku, rHetiitblia,TeDa
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
1TBE riLMj', CASTAS, Etc.