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i steamers lor Beroe Bars.
raUroedi diverting lor Florida,
a end Coastirwiinta.
object tue .J.KJAPP.q. P. a.
bom 0F ta(Mtv,B and Tw e,-Trlns
eo M folium: wUrleaoi mail arrive
daily at :Xe..l lea dally at 6:0U pa.
tWdii aeeommedatioa arriTM dally at 1:46
. a.m. : leave daily at 5:20 p.m. New Orleans
. !! breie will not slop at any flag tttoa
between Meeaphi and flardia, or at M'bite
heven. Bora Lake, hiesbitead Lor. Freight
- trains do aot earry pueeng.r.
Riaatrtlnnud Hlaalaafppl T all
ey .Trains no a follow! at tla
Imim at 10:00 a.m. I et. Loeii fast line
la at 1:90 p.an.t Fat line arrive at 1:30
p.m. i bt. Loan fan Una arri at V iU r.m.
tVoatirrllle " Bnahwlll Train
re a folio wii kast mall arri daily at
IS a.m. t leave atl0:10 p.m. t mall lava
dally at 10:10 a.m. am at 4:00 p.m.
' itrewasvlll aeeommodatioDi laau daily
' aieept Sunday, at () p.m. t arrive! daily,
- sreept Boeder, atli60 a.m. (standard time).
lapbla mm Little Koek.-Tralni
l a follow (central itandard timed
R. 1 laM daily at 6:!1S l.m,i arrive at
t :M p.m. No. t lee at B:S5 a.m. I arrive
a:M)e.n. No. 6 (freiaht) leaves Honefleld
daily (eioept Sander) at 6:00 a.m.) uriral
at J :10 p.m.
Mvtnphla mm Churl rw torn Treiat
a follow: Thrnnich riree leave
at 10:iX p.m. Mail and eiprtnl leave
dnily t 10:00 a m. KomerviH ancommoday
tloa leuve daily, atoept Bunder, at 5:.(0
' p.m. Throngs, eiprni arrlveadsilr at5:'S
a.m. Mail aad epre arrive deify at 4 :M
p.m. Bomerville aoonmmndatioa arrira
tteiiy, aieept Sander, at 8:3(1 a.m.
nlf Rnnt (Haaaaia 'lty, Uprlmr
(tola aad Momptal) Train leave M. and
I. depot follow! No. 4, Kenta City x-
) pre, leave! at 10:4T a.m. I No. 3, Kanae
V'i'r einren, errive et 8:M p.m. No. 2,
Keneu City mall, leave at 6:00 p.m. I No.l,
Jinj City mail, errlve at a:4o a.m. No.
1, ht, uoai aad Chineeo eipravt. leave at
(:(U p.m.: Na. 1, ft. i.ouli end CliV.o
lr, arrive at 1:45 a.m. In afieot Bundey,
April 1U, Isnd.
Mr irtrita, atlrimlasham nl Atlaai.
tt fioll brrinrt Root Trtn move a
follow! No. 1 leave Mempbl dally at S:45
p m.l arrive at Holly fcirrin at 5:M p.m. I
Ko. 3 leave !:.lly ftnrms! delly at :00
a.m., arrive t I'emphU at 11 tin a, m.l No.
b lenvet Mom phia daily at 7 1 15 p.m., arrival
at I'ollv tvrmxa at 11 r.m.J No. 4 lea
' jt.niy tprmi-e iuy at alio a.;
Waiupbtt at '
WiiaiNOTfla, Jan30, 18Sfi, 1 a.m
IndicatlonBi For Tennemee, fair
weather, followed by )ocl rains; ita-
tionary tempontturo. For Artansoa,
iootJ nini; ftlightl cooter.
For Mimmppi and Zouidana, local
rnim; itnlltmary temptraturt; variabU
3r Texa, local raini,fo!toud by fair
DtmOwr; dighlly armer; wtriabU mndi,
For Arlantat, tonal mint; digkley coot
, tr; northtatterly wind:
J;f Mintuciy and T-nim, fmt
voArr, followed by food ratnj; norfA
roAr VTitdj; nationtry Umperaturt,
arHtH. Tw., Jun 20, l'.M.
't lUr. I Ther. iWiiiliWtESr
11 :00 a.m.
7 :(K) p.m.
fi" a Kim urn teuipontture, 84.
Minimnm temperature, 68.
Onono, 11 o'clock m.va 1.
Mm lta Dottom Bactoal.
SioAi. 8u7ica, TJ. 8. Aur,
June 21), 1888 6 p.m.
Division of teleerami and reports for
bntiflt of commerce and Bericnl
Sura. Cotton region bulletin tor the
' tneuty-foar houn ending June 2Ulb, ft
o'clock p.m. -
: .t liviUe
; r .nd Jnuction...
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f.ra'ic juris r.-a;).
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1'hii. s KnighU of Honor day.
The tobopRun was a big saccesa
'ir. it tirnce may be expected at
ILq l;i'piilolican Coovention.
a. WBshine'on Gill's bomb ex
jiiO'Uvl witbont harting anybody.
C if! Pivishns received a letter
i ninniry icr uerogd nanison,
! u t'Luiih, for stca'ing
l -n.n fealenoed yettcrdey toayiar
JrthnVeof 175 wai itipoeed npoa
rrv: r; .tmt yeerHay for as aultin
etV.ul 1 v. if. nrur Lnfv Kta-
aiX - -
V!nayr tck of tlis Ci izens' Ptroet
aat'JoriSJ iy i being exported oir.
aripairjtnrd rou'h fiom tbe Custom
iStj tbt-d cixu
' r- mfon, a polite colore J
Snng.7r..tVl056 828 394
" M.mt. (V8 33
iHrbef , I pB,VJeB " 'to tor
X'jAm. b kU'w9iai
ajaviy m ay boSy m)m,
The laterainable esMi elO.HK.
BmiUi,clureed by Q. U. Dent with
tamling prirata paper, vm endad at
last yterrdAy fa tb Oriadsal Oetut
by a verdict of set guilty,
EaTriaon, who was at
Coohnui liall la thi city last March,
W-y informed that bis mother la
dying et Berlin, Wit aad aska tor
The ladles and leaUemen partici
paUng la tbe tunsical ernrcises at tbe
Knlghta of Honor eelebaaiion this
evening are reqnented to be Hear the
etags promptly at 8 o'clock n.m Tbe
andienrat anil ba aiutawL X
marry vera Issued
yeeterdu to J. J. Carrican and Terr sax
Beasly, T. K. King and Imogene
White, Ixnia llermonel and Mry
nn:: tar t o. J f ir.l
VlllUB, . AJ. nilAIll HUU fflMTT V U
Wert, Cbirlea Dancing and Margaret
J. U. fitricklio, the darky pen.
slon fraud who was arretted a
short time go on three indictment
In Haywood coun'y, submitted bis
cse in tbe United rjta'ea Court yea
teHar and was sentenced to six
monins. He has already served four
awaiting his trial.
A bn negro preacher, hunting a
la wen it, Las been in the habit of sit
ting in a seat in the ladies' coach ou
tbe accommodation twin on the Lou
isville and Nashville railroad recently,
bnt be etiuck a ronoh row of s'umps
yesterday. He inflated on sitting in
front of a couple of ladies, declined to
move wben requested, and in about
three seconds a bombstrnck him. The
'ragman's weie scattered in the rmok
The plcnlo of the I. O. B. B. at
Es'lval l'ark yenterdty wes attended
by tho eli'e of Jewhh society, and
was in every way a rtif lng saooeis.
During the dav the children and
bb es were ont in great nnrnbers.aod
seemed to enjoy the novelty of the
surroundings immensely. At nlibt
tbe groncds were lllaminalei snd the
pavillion cleared for danoing, which
was kept np un'il long after midnight.
Arnold's band furnished delightful
muaio as usual, and as the evening
wis cool and the company select,
those who were present succeeded in
having a splendid time.
Today the Knights of Honor and
their friends will celebrate tbe natal
day of that noble order in an appro
priate manner at Esiival Park. The
fenUvltite will begin at 2 o'clock p.m ,
when Arnold's fuii band wllldiscourte
sweet strains for tbe benefit of those
Inclined to tiip the light fantastic At
8 o'clock p.m., prompt, the vocal con
cert will eommenre, directed by Prof,
bchu'a. The professor has selected
some really grand and appropriate
chorus mublo for this ooosslon, all with
full orchestra accompaniment, a (.elec
tion which does him great credit. Tbe
extcntion is expected to be almost
faultless, as some thirty of ths city's
best singers, ladies and gentlemen,
have kindly accepted the invitation to
aflsittin making this feature of the
celebration a moit attractive one.
Other great features are the eloquent
addressee by some of the distinguished
orators of the order. This part of the
programme will be ended at 9 o'clock
p.m., when general dancing, prom
enading and merry-making will be the
watchword. Kvery Knight of Honor
is expected to be present snd bring bis
ladies and h a friend.
"(Sole Ageuta for Horace B. Kelly
. Co.'s Key West Cigars.
The trade supplied at New York
prices. A full aeeortment constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by ns: Gayoeo Hotel stand,
Peabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. i. sami,om oo. .
Without consulting ns, a large New
York importer shipped as
10,000 Yards of Swiss Embroidery
With Instructions to sell them at
European cost. We hesitated about
keeping them all, bnt at last con
cluded to offer tbe lot today and to
morrow at snch prices as will sur
prise the Memphis ladles. Many
new patterns snd novel designs are
Prices begin at 7) cents and go up
to 10, 16, 20, 25. 35, 60 and 65 cents.
It would be dilllcu.t to toll which
la beet value, all are so exoellout.
5(100 yards of Cambric Embroidery
will be offered atcqnlly low prices.
The gjodswill beexp eed on tables
in center aide, opposite white
All are Invited. Every article, es
always marked, in plain lgurcs.
MENKES AND COMPANY.
N. B. The sale of Ladies' and
Children's Etudy Made Dre-a8
will continue until all areso'd. We
are goiog out of that branch ol
Flue Watch repairing at Mnlford's.
Pittsburg Lump Coal
At 3So per barrel.
0. B. BRYAN A CO.
Elegant acrommodai ions for $10 and
$12 per week st the most charming
and delightful summer resort in Wis
consin. A beanlifut lake and elegant
mineral epiing are attractions. Wiite
for ctrrnia' and ae.
TONAYWATUA SrRIXO HOTEL, .
. Medium, YYu.
Summer Ilevort Notes.
Waukr-aha, Wis., tbe great North
wootern "Spa," and the nioet popular,
fashionable ad eucces:ful summer
rerort in the NorthweRt, anticipates s
brilliant bpu'od. The Fountain Uonee
opens Jnne 1Mb, under the manage
ment of J. M. Lee, of Florida.
Drnuimond's Natural Leaf.
Tbe only genuine "Natural Leaf"
tobacco in tho market; "two tin taps,
one on each cud of the p'ug;" a mild,
elegant chew. Don't bo deceived into
buying imitations. Take none but the
oritrinal "Druuiniond's Natural Leaf"
' - Ttn JSwer .
f AKS3I'f . tTTWAM A WOTS.
r or. a.
Kate, tt H K) f Mr r. eemJlst I !
UB f N9U.
T !!!!, Teas
aa PA retriek, Ala
H A Kea4. Aaa
.ie w H Orr, Tea a
L l.. . r A ...
"m mira u e.ineeM, eu
OWM ".! Iam,c,' W p Drveat, Mia
r J f Smith. lad
I K Smith, Tai
N riet, laaa
ta Uelia, HI
oCeeaioettAw.MiM fciaa Darb. Mtae
MKeed, atir W R Love, teua
I Heine, Jj g D b.r,ivy
E ",:ipon. m.f " aaurt,gi
' B Cerey, alia
J H rriixr, 6ii
1 1 !
C B Weuoa, Ark
0 jonea, Mia
a a Booie. miu
J 8 Bioita, Tenn
W R Lovf. all
JF Mckinaon. Tens
E Ure.ory, ill.
J B K.ckford, Hilt
I li 5i "arah, W
I Vf J
E J AUineoa, Ala RL Ktebblni, Ala
0 L Qarley. Mui.
J aw Hotel.
W. H. BIWUHAM r..Miie.
loropeaa plaa. Knlarced and refnrnuhed.
rrioe aooordin to lis aad loae
tloa or room.
W T CortwrJht,TBnW F Hoptttm, lena
HWBall.Tna. T B Wio.toa, ii
T 0 Daniel, we, Ark J M Vuneen, Bfi
8 O perrott, Tena A J Sohwonman. Ma
H U M IVtV. J
J Werner. Me
A L IrftwaaiteiB, Xena
E JOdea At, Ala
J B Waihtncten, Tana
W I, Uraham.Tana
WW Kroaae, 111
K II Tevlor. Tena
W Thompaon, Tenn
n rarker, lenn
Mia K Jonnton, MleU Arnold, elty
j icvtarria, oiiy v Jones, Ala
Rahbi L W.im, Mill O W John.on.T.nn
m v t'rnmp, aiai It a nr..iie, ienn
II SalaL Mo
A Oamaro Aw, Mill
1' Uariaro, 11 if
L L Ujruaro, Mill
P Uaokl'r, Ark
M 8 Joy. Tenn
4 uargaro, mm
A Uariraro, Mil
Ja M Keating, Tenn
n iUeatnam, Ark
li v arliam tr, Ark
L, trump, Mill
i.l L Llunlen. M
Pr i 0 Dunlap, Mia Mir L bunlap MIl
mil j uuniau, mm j
T 11 llounor. Ark
K Buck, Ark
KQWi bar. Ml.
Wui L Viippin, otty
4 J Wiggijr, Ark
lien rowell, Tenn
W F Reiner Aw, Kit
PB Canton, BO
Kobt K Stager, Tenn
J A Plammer, Arc
0. B. O ALLOW A V A CO.. ...... .Paorurro.
Kate 2 ol and 13 par day, aooorJIna to
ii and looatlon of room Special
Fred Org!!!, Tonn
Ton Fnaier. N T
it a mik
IfH. Fla G 1) riflllnaa.Tann
mr tt u uoiine,aea I ii iobii a, Ala
T llartman, Ark
v . a..,i. aoiin
O Lavon. Miaa
' tj 1 1 T
u u moioy, Ara
8 Ouear. Jr, Oa
W Bringel. Tenn
O W Gurtii, Mo
W L Bahoook, Mo
H M Cat, Ky
WB Croiby. 0a
0 lIAult, Ohio
A Cbilder, Ky
M Summerfisld, Mill
W 11 Thondnm, Mo
O W Meadow, Ky
II M Lef broa. La
J M Wallace. Miaa
o nmiio. m
W Mabry, MtM
Mill H uenion, rna rw Kemnel, iN i
T T MoOlellan, Tex W K Wolfiey, Chlo
Mr Mnrakn, MIu (I W Gem' sell, Mo
W 0 MeLean, M!m B T Klmorough, Mill
Mr Kimbrongh, MUlO I) Owan, Ark
V B Tarlor, Ui O Kaine. Tenn
OH WlatersmUh.KyMiu W Flower, MUl
N Meora, Tenn ij Chnrle. Ky
L White, Ky 8 A Ro.e, Mo
W R Cady, Mo 3 8 Btiwart, II
J A Daote, Tenn II Dow, Taaa
ii Triitvant, lana.
awllrs Baromewa Btel,
Ooraar of Adami and Main itreeti. Room.
60o, 7io and 1 par day i Amarioaa Plaa,
ti par day.
Flrat-el! Raitaurant in ths Hotel.
J. M. DUFifK (10 rear, with Peabody UoUl)
M M Hash, Ark W 0 Taylor, A-1
11 H William. HiU T J Jamiion.
K LHntton, Mo
0 H Wood, Kr
B J Sutton, Mill
A R Cullan, Tex
A 0 Sliotter, Tena
M T Freemen. K
II W Andrew. Ark
u M wootan, Tex
li it Uonnor, uy
IV B Pennyman, Tenn
i m Aiittur, tena
0W kin. Miaa
A 0 rioolt. M l.ih
R H Adema. Ark
I P Flernoy, Mich
W P Northwood. OhioJ Johnaon. Tenn
B M Reward, Tenn P O Kdmunda, Tnn
R Crawford, Va F llaring. Mo
J Nioboll.Tonn W A Thompson, Tenn
DOollier.Tenn H K He well, Tenn
KW Franeiaoo,Tna D H Boun, Ky
W S Hotahkiaa, Tana J B Brantley, Teas
J Hall, Tenn C K Martin, Ohio
J Smith, Tux H 0 hc ieberry, Ark
110 Franklyn, Mis
E O. Payne to David J. Allen, one
balf of lot No. 24, John Graham sub
division, Poplsr street, for 12000.
Mrs, Laura Oeiger to Mrs. 0. B
Stout, part of lota No. 11, 12 and 13,
block No. 6. Eighth ward, Manauas
street, for $475.
John W. Cochran to Mrs. Mary
Lawlew, part of lot "0," south side
Washington street, 75x154 feet, for
John Ross to C. E. Barbour, lot No.
9, Fnrleenth Civil District, F.aLatham
subdivision, east side Latham avenue,
330x990 feet, f ir $1100.
J. B. and E. D. Christian to A. B.
Duncan and J. C. Page, trustee, to
secure G. K. Dancsn in the earn of
11500, loti No. 6, 9 snd 10, block S,
Amos Woodruff subdivision.
ZEIXNER & COS
Great Bargain Sale or
BOOTS AND 8IIOES
Will Continue This Week I
Goods will be sold at the same im
menereduo(i n ai pub
lished last week.
Now la the time to !av n a BIG
SUPPLY OF SHOES for
A freih shipment of Miksdo or
Wigwam Kuarett Leather Slip
pers Just Received.
ZELLNEB at CO.,
800 Mala Street.
Orders from the Country Prompt
CI t RntlMfer) l.ittnatrnlaj for
rr aeimielmr iea JiMuritln
Awnings, tents, cot, mattreeses and
tarpaulins mads at 231 Sf cond atreet.
New Loan Jflice.
As there are a good many people
in this town who want to borrow
money tbe facilities for accomodating
them are being increased. 8. A. Uodr
shaw has opened at 20S Main street,
where he will make liberal adrsncos
on diamonds, gold watches and jew
elry, Mr. Qodshaw has bad consid
erable experiouce, and is awars that
success in his business depends on
good treatment ofcnstoiners.
Crt KntlrriK lKQBaaralB to m
J ont yimmtmag.
Mouogram Itaitglea Mnlford
Owing to change of gunge we are now
prepared to contract for present or
future delivery of Alabama splint coal
at reduced rates.
P. M. PATTERSON A CO.
Mnlford, Jeweler, t9i Main, so
lie Its orders from the country.
Isaacs & Co.'a antiquarian hook
ftp re and ci'culatirg library ba re
moved irom No. 310 lncond to No. 419
KoIldSiiverware at Mulford'a
tnt SZ2ATI5T BAXQAllAT
07 TTZ mmZT 82AS01
And, we might add without hi
of contradiction, that no snch
Were ever offered In thitcity Ufore.
We fi st call yonr a'tectlon (o our
Black Dress Goods Department.
25 piece All Wool Black Nun's
Vailing, full forty inches wide, fast
black, and guarantee d better valne
than vcr sold by m or any otber
boute in tbe city. No lad should
mies this great bsrgain. We have
S3 Cents) Per Yard.
Tbe next bargain on this
100 pieces beautiful Plaid and
Check Ginghams not tbe crdi
nary cheap trash that is usually
soid bnt real nice goods, lreeh
tbij season, in rm.icsly worth 12J
and 15 cents. We bav placed I th s
7 12 Cents Per Yard.
The next great drive:
A b ok'n lot of edd s i m in La
diHu' Balbr guaa II itte, H xCiocktd,
lull regular made, the beat vtlue
ever ollerad In ttiia market.
tlx Pair for $1 OO.
Oar next offering is tomethiog that
interests tbe gentlemen.
ISOdosen Gen's' Colored Bordered
Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs,
extraordinary valut. st 20 cents
each. This lot we hare pisced at
13 13 Cenia Each.
100 doien Gents' Colored Bordered
Hems itched Liaen Handkerchiefs,
very fine goods, sold all over tbe
city at 25 tents eath this lot will
be sold at 1ft Cents Each.
200 dosen Gents' Whits Linen
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at J 9
Cents Each, fully worth 16 cents.
Still two more extraordinary
, bargains. -
One case Plaid and Check Nain
sook, full twenty-coven inches wide,
At 5 Cents Per Yard.
This Is not the ordinary 6 cent
goods usually offered, bnt just the
same thing that others seil and call
a bargain at 10 cents per yard.
One care Sheer India L'nen,
smooth, pretty goods, thirty-tbros
inches wide, and worth 12 J cents
per yard ; this lot will be sold at
7 1-2 Cents Per YnrcL
B, LOWEJVSTEIN at BROS.
Five dollars to Nashville andjreturn
Via Louisville and Nashville road,
Friday, July 2d. Tickets good re
turning nndl July 6th. For further
information call at ticket -office, 287
Main street. ..
PrrraBURO, Jane 29. -Night River
4 feet on tbe gauge ana falling, VV earn
er clear and cool.
Cincinnati, O., June 29. Night
River 25 feet on the gauge and using.
Weather fair and warm.
Naw Orleans, June 2t. Night
Arrived! Paris O. Brown, Cincinnati,
Doparted: City of St. Louis, St.
Vicxsbubg, June 29. Night Ar
rived: City of Cairo, St. Louis, and
returns during the nigbt. Departed:
TJ. P. Sohenck, Cincinnati.
Lodisvillk, Juno 29. Night River
lising, with 11 feet in the canal and '.)
feet on the fall. Weather cloudy, in
dicating moie ra n. Business dul.
St. Louis, June 29. Night River
fallen 1 foot, and stands 19 feet 2
inches on the gauge. Weather clear
and cool. Departed: Belle Memphis,
Oaibo, Jnne 29 Night Rivor 28
feet 2 inches on the, gauge and rising.
Weatber clear and warm. Arrived:
Henry Lonrey and barges, New Or
leans, 2 p.m. Departed: City of New
Orleans, New Orleans, 1 am.: Henry
.Lnnrevand hanra. fit. T.nnla. 5 n.vn.
Thti medicine, ejemMntng Iron with pure
VMrouhle tonitu, oiilckly and completely
Varre lrprp-i, I 1.rrton, Wrnkejrea.
fmpnrr Ulead, JLaikriawl atlieand Fevrre,
Hid NeumUiH. .
it i an uuiMiiinir remedy rbr DIseaaes of th
Kldnry and l.llT.
it ti Invaluable for Ttleeawa peptiltar M
Women, and all who lead erdMitary livra.
ltilom not injure tlatterth, cause hradache.or
prodiKn wtijatiiiii Wiv roe meuictHft da
Itenih'Peaantt rmrlfte the blood, atimulr.tcl
tlieanx-titc, a'd the assimilation of tool, re
liov. tipertbiiin and lielobiui;, and ttreutn
ens the mun-lc ami nprves. .
For Interm'tt-nt Fevers, Lasa'tuae, laeasf
Eucrry, Ac, it ha u-nual. . '
t Theirr-miine has above tn1e mark nj
Crocwril iJ llwa on rappor. Take no ottiet.
aty scow is I'uaiciui, co, SALnaua. aa
l:U I II 11 Li
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IToftv ISO mmA tZ3
t& tXPECIAL PRICES to Railroad
What It Will Ce Fashionable
To Do and Not To Do.
BINTS ON ETIQUETTE.
Sensible and Seasonable Advice
Especially Adapted to Mem.
phis and Vicinity.
Blaok h aicry will bo much worn,
but the m a who comes home late at
night wit a black eye .will be re
garded wilii suapioion. Full particu
lars at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
262 Second street.
Many of last year's bonnets will be
worn, bnt the owners won't feel hap
py while wearing them. The males
of the family, however, can save the
cost of several new bonnets by bay
ing their Spring Suits at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 2G2 Seoond street.
Men who wear wigs need not lift
their hat to those lady acquaintances
they meet in the street daring a
wind-storm. The wind is liable to
carry away their wigs. Wise men
will, however, continne 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 back of a
ohair before retiring. Before de
oiding to buy elsewhere see the fine
stock at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
262 Sooend street;
In writing love letters don't call
your best girl a "duoky darling" more
than 999 times. She might remem
ber that a duck waddles and feels in
salted 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 prioes 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, 262 Seoond street.
It is fashionable garments at un
fashionable prioes that you get at the
Misfit Clothing Parlors. If you want
to get the most for your money oome
to the '
262 SECOND STREET,
MEMP )S TENNESSEE.
1 till 9, Saturday
teaT" AH alterations to insure a per
fect fit done free of charge.
N.B. We have several hundrod
Soersuckor Coats and Vesta which
will be sold at, $1 25.
Stijbe the Iron While It's Hot
In ordr to mora oor tmmena stock w
make th followin ofler:
Good Straw Rati at Xe, 3fa. BOo and 75s
Extra Fine Straw liati et....il, 1 25, $1 60, ti
Small Straw Bonnet, all oolor.... 60s
Extra Wide Brim llati, for oountry.....J6c
Beautiful Rose, all eolori, par doien.
Violets, per doien..... 5
Bntteroups.par doien .......10o
Carnation Fink, per doien Ho
E latent Banohe. of Flower r. 2Se
Extra Fin Bunche of Flower. ...w. Sue
Imported Frereh Flower Vom 41 to IS
Oetrlcti Hps (8 In banrh) ror ..304
Fruita, Leave. Btems, all kind of ma
terial to make Artificial Flcwart.
Bridal and Mourning Outfits
The Finest Airortment of DOLLS ir he oitr.
nta Bcahaiped, Foather) f l-ud,
Uveal and fBrlrdj
GOLDEN HAIR WASH by . mall or
larre quantity, p
We Make s Specialty o'Xillinery,
Kmt.1ovin th bt bandl teethe flit, rive
onr wnoi attention to it, an w datr oo
DtlOn tO it, sVTj
it line. m
petition in mat
Corner Madlmoa antuVhlfd Streets.
OFFICE HOURS-" to IS a.m.
Telephone 0J3, n to 5 t.m.
o oiuuLLiM vm
SZOOZTD STIir.Tr, ZnIPIZZS. T LUIS,
milDFACTUQEIIS AIID JOBBERS
and Levee Contractors for Wagon, Scriprr and Cart Harnegg. s
Jam . Odbar Was. Ka, Clark
319 Main Street,
WB offer to MKBCHASTS OSLT th largeit and belt Itook of BooUj shot
have aver bronaht to thii market, and which cannot be turpaued 1 nalit
Ityle by any bona in thii or any other eity. In addition to a complete Mr " v
made ooda, tnolndin th aU.BtaTCa OOOUHAK afe JO. It it OU AN
a lane and ieleot itook of Custom-mad Qoodi for Men, Women, Miami and Ci "ir
earry a number of th beat make in tha eon n try, in ever, variety and tjl inJ
them ithe well known Uen'a Calf Boot and Shoe manufaotnred oy Geo, Hi krrf
Dprin araae. si aiao oarry a onoioe line oi Aaiaa ana .fiuees custom jlv. Q( . . 1
Calf Good, manufactured by Kriupendorf, Dittman A Ce. We invite th trad',, ...mine r i
oor Itook before bovine alaewher. and w
MEMPHIS. TENN., Jun 1 1888. : '
TUB firm of ESTES, DO AN A CO. I thii day dissolved by limitation. Thenrvivlnf
partner, Z. N. E.tea, will settle the buiineii at tha office of their uoeeT,, Z. N
ESTES A uU.a who will oontinua tha Wholesale ttrooary and Cotton Faetorair btjlneii ac '
formerly don by oi. Z. N. EnTES, T
K. J. DO AN, Exejutrlx. ,
Z. N. ESTES.
Z. 1. ESTES & OC,
(SCCCEASORS TO ESTES, DOABT CO.
Mno II I.O end I? llnlnn
iius, a. miu ij wiiiuii
For Jnda-e of tha Criminal Court.
MESSRS. Sapoleon Pill, Henry J, Lynn,
John W. Dillard, U. M. Neely, W. D.
Betha'. R. Qt. Craif A Co.. li. V. Kambant,
A. L. Lowanitein. J. 8. Menken and otheri
la response to your call upon m to be
come a candidate for the office of Criminal
Court Jodie of Shelby county, with linoere
thanki lor your kindnoai and eourteay, I
hereby announoa myself ai a oandidat for
the position, subject to th action of th
A. M. liAatiSfilll.
Clerk of tb Vrlnalnal Conrl.
WE are anthoriied to annonnoa R. B.
CAPERS (tor twenty-one year D'P
nty) a a candidate for Clerk of th Criminal
Court of Shelby county, lubieot to th Dem
WE are anthoriied to announce DABNEY
W. COLLIE K as a candidate for Clerk
of the Criminal Court of Shelby county,
obieot to the Democratic Convention.
Connty Court Clerk.
THE ArritAL Is anthoriied to announce P.
M. WINTERS as a oandidate for Coun
ty Court Clerk, lubjeot to tie action of tha
WE are authorised to annonnoa that
RICHARD A. ODLTJM Is a candidate
for County Court Clerk, subjeot to th action
of th Democratio Convention.
WE are authorised to announce P. J.
QUIQLKV a a oandidate for Clerk of
i Connty Court, bubject to the action of
.no Shelby County Pemooratio Convention.
Jodae of tbe Probata Court.
rpo MyFellow-Citiaani of 8helby County
X Fearlnc that my circular announoint
my candidacy for Probata Judge may have
failed to naoh many of you, I take thii
method alio of announcing myself a oandi
dat for that office, subjeot to th action of
tha approachlnc Democratio County Con-
tintlxn, and respectfully ak your una up
port in my behalf. I have th honor to b
your obedient lervant, i'. n. auuou.
WE are anthoriied to annonnoa J. P.
TOUNd a a oandidate for tha offioa
of Judge of the Probata Court, lubjeot to th
action of th Connty Democratio Convention.
WE are anthoriied to annonnoa JOHN
M. BRADLEY a a candidate for
Trustee ot Shelby oounty at tha ensuing
Angmt election, inbieot to tha action of th
are anthoriied to annonnoa AN
HEW J. HARRIS a a candidate for
VV DREW J.
re-election to the office of County Trustee,
ubiect to th action ot tna iemooratio con
vention. THE A ppeal ii anthoriied to annonnce Mr.
N. F. LEMASTER a a oandidate for
the office of Trustee of Shelby oounty, ine
iect to tbe action of th Democratic Conven
WE are authorised to announce GEORGE
B. PETERS, Jr., as a candidate for
the office of Attorney-General, subject to th
action of tha Deinooratio Convention.
THE Appeal Is authorised to annonnoa S.
D. WEAKLEY a a candidate for Attorney-General,
subjeot to th Democratic Con
vention. For Ralaier.
TO tha Voters of Shelby Connty and My
Friends 1 hereby announce myself lor
the second time a candidate for the office of
County Register, subject to th Democratio
Convention. I am poor and need tha office.
Feeling that my past service as a servant of
the people has given satisfaction, and that I
an come before th people and ask tbeir
suffrages and support for Connty Register, I
am, respeotfully, JOHN A. P0WKL.
TTTE are anthoriied to annonnoa . V.
VV (BUNK.) HARRISON as a oandidate f
ior negisier, suoject to in aauon oi uio
Democratio County Convention
J JOHN F. MoCALLUMaa a candidate
for Register, sutject te tha aottoa ot la
THE undersigned announoel that h Ii a
candidal for Register, and asks th
support ot th voters of Shelby oounty. it
elected, will endeavor to give satisfaction in
the discharge of the duties of tbe race, and
B laces his claims subject to the actioa of th
ounty Democratic Convention.
TH03. B. CRENSHAW.
Memphis, March 2$, 1886.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Kerrvtlle, Tenn., Is a
. candidate for REGISTER, subject loth
action of th Democratio Convention.
WE are anthoriied to annonnoa B, A.
KUMONUMON aa a oandidate for
bounty Register, lubjeot to tha action af tha
rpHE Appeal in authorised to araoa.no
-L JOHN W. GOULD as a candUate for
th office of Register, inbjact to th action of
th Democratio Convention.
JadR-cof the Clrealt Coart.
WM. 8. FLIPPTN is a candidal for Cir
onit Judge of Shelby County, subjeot
to th action, of a Democratio Convention.
We era anthoriied to annonnoa L. H. ES
TES, JR., a a candidate for Judge of the
Eircait Court, lubjeot to tha actioa of th
JAMES L. OOODLOB will be a candidal,
before the Democrati.1 Convention, for
nomination to the office of Judge ot tne cir
cuit Courts and. if defeated, will support
the luocessful nominee.
We are anthoriied lo a?!ronnc thai JOHN
JOHNsTuN is a candidate for Jodgi of the
Circuit Court ol Shelby Connty, auajeot to
action of tha Democratic Convention .
UXYTS, B4f Se4
Kara; ena J. Carrlnctoa rreuak ft. itfZm
caaraotae everythina we aell to
f lv iiitactlon. '
If. B. lOAN.
and Cotton Favors f I
Ctv. llannkle Tosai ("
uuegi, msiuuiiie, vl.
tr Circuit 4airt Clor
TTTE are. authorised to
anaoaaa Mr. i
VV GK0RWB J. CAMPBEL
date for Circuit Court Clark, subjiA, to th
eation of the Democratic Conventio .
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Sardine, Jobatera, . j Jj
Braok Tront, Oyatara, . ,.- ' k
Haakerol Im Tomato CaUnp, eir
Sweet StnflTed Fickle. ' (, ,
Soar Pinkie by the sal. and In '
Pickled Onion, Hot Rellab, phono
Wooater Saace, Tomato CotaYr5i
capera, nnaanra, carry rowuv
Sana Jiresaina;, tsnve, uhvi VI
Cmdm I'ltu.. I'al... aiaMB
Celery Salt, Hie., Kle.
J. F. BUCKHAM to. CO.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Importer! rj4 dealers In Sana, An--!''
union and riahinc Tackle, Ball. :
Hardware, klooirla Bollav and Aa-f
nuneiatorafor Hotel and Reaidenoei.aaot
Main atrooa, Mempliia, Team. Eleotriaf
inppliai always oa hand. Repair! ne: neatlyZ
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ONI Or THl LAR9IST BOILxIR SHOP"
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Boiler aad 8 beet-Iron Worki la the eity,
amanauneiarera or neavy Plata iroaa
worm or every
ieaerlpUom. SpeoU ,
to plaataUon work.
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