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afoaitrrtli,"' Orlean aai Teiaa R'j
JMMltMkirri VALaJas" BOUTS.
Ofl ud afl May 1. 161. pimtitt train oa
this km will ran M follow:
Bob la.
4:30 p.m
10:3 p.m
1 TOO .m
1:44 e.B
:2f .
6:14 a.m
v:00 a.m
: e.m
7:21 a.m
4:07 a.m
1:13 a.m
11:16 p.m
Si p.m
7:M p.m
6:()0 p.m
t !..
Ha cm Raura (
A-With all Unci entarint Memphli.
J-Witb. M.1N.W.R. H. for Helena.
C for Greenville and Hunting ton, and all
Arkansas point.
S-WithV. k M. and V., 8. k P. Ratlroadi,
-With N., J. AC. R. ft. for Natoh and
J k an n .
Fr Point on th Branch.
vt Uh iumin tor Bayou ara.
With railroad diverging for Florida,
Tela and Coast point.
J AH. M. EDWARDS. V. P. andG. M.
U. BI RKK, Gnral6
A. J.kNAI'P. O. V. A
KKb. uanaral bop t.
Miaelealppl anal Thmmm,-Iralni
eve a fellow: New Orleana .nail arrive
aailr :a.m. : leaves daily at &:) pa.
bardi accommodation arrival daily at
a. in. : lvu daily at 5:'4I p.m. Nrw Orleans
nail train will not stop at any flag nation
between Memphi and Sardi, or at White
haven. Horn Lake, Neshitand Lova. Freight
train do not oarry paaeengor.
RrwMrlNtwaand Mlealanlppl Vol.
ay. Train! mora as tollowi: No. I (tut
Jin daily) leave at 10:0(1 a.m. No. 2 laava
at 11:40 pm. daily, bt. Loui fast Una
leave daily at i-.m p.m. Wo. 7 (tut lint
dally) arrive at 1:30 p.m. Mail and ei-
ras arrive daily at 3:tfa.m. Bt. Loui
xt tin arrive daily at 9:06 a.m.
laalevllle and Naelivllle Trains
Mot a follow: Fast mail arrive daily at
S:la.m.: leave at 10: 10 p.m. i mail leave
dally at 10:10 a.m.) arrive at 4:00 p.m.
Brownsville acooinmndatiom leave daily
except Sunday, at f:00 p.m.; arrive daily,
leapt 8unda, at 8 SO a.m. (atandardtiin).
Moaaphla and I.lllle Rurk. Train
For aa follow (central standard time):
o. 1 leaves daily at t:'Jt Km,! arrlvea at
:.Vp.ia. No. 3 leave at 6:Wi a.m. : arrive
atD:rVa.m. No. A (treightl leave UopeAeld
daily (exoept Sunday) at 6:00 a.m.; arrive
t 7:10 p.m.
emphla emit Chnrlrafon Tratna
Move a followa: Through eipreaa leavea
daily at 10:20 p.ta. toail and eipreaa leavea
daily at 10:00 a in. Souierville aocommoda
tion leave daily, aioept Sunday, at h:'M)
p.m. Through eiprese arrive daily atA:!!')
a.m. Mail and eiproi arrive daily at 4 :A5
p.m. Somervilie accommodation arrive
daily, exoept Sunday, at H.M a.m.
Wnir Honlo-IKnnaaa City, Nprlns;
flrlilanil mipnli Train leavo.M. and
T. dopot a fol iowa: No. 4, Knntas t ity ex
presa, leavea at 10:4 a.m. I No. 3, Xanana
City eiprese, arrive at 3:30 p.m. No. 2,
Kanta City mail, leave atfl:00 p.m. I No. 1,
Kansas Oily mail, arrive at 8:4n a.m. No.
S, St. Loui and Chlcavo eipro'l. leave at
4i00 p.m.; No. 1, Ht. Loui and Chlraiioex
preii", arrlvea at 8:45 a.m. In effect Sunday,
April lKJKMfl,
finihlat niriiiloaham and Allan.
Hollv fiprlnita Route Train move ea
fol!"Wi: No. 1 leave Memphi dally at 3:45
a m.: arrlvea at Holly fcprinni at 6:30 p.m. i
No. 2 leave lkilly riiirmtc daily at H:00
a.m., arrive at Metnphia at 11:16 a.m. I No.
6 leava Memphi dully at 7:30 p.m., arrive
at Holly Spring at 11:60 p.m.) No. 6 leavea
lloMy Purine dally at 3:30 a.m., arrival at
Memphi al ?" .w
W ahiiinoton. May 30, 1HH0, 1 a.m.
hid CHtionri: For Ti'imcss: o, lornl
rains, Mlihtlv rimlrr went her. l''or Ar
kiuiNiH, local niinfl, ni'iirly Hlalimiiuy
tout jjcriittirt.
Fvr Miioimipiii, lmmana and Texa:
Fiir wither, fiilowtii by liyhl lal tniia;
n'iWc wind, grnerally muAit.i; nrttrly
tLitittnttry Urnit nil tiff. For Trntuiwrf:
lxx al rain; tlujlitly cw'fr vmlhtr; tari
Me irinil.
Ma(ruloKlrnl Kvporl.
ioklbr... .!...
flimioi .. K
Mkki'hib, Tkkn., May '1, lKXfl.
7:00 .m. 1IW 73.0 S.K Clt ur
11 :00 a.m. '-Il (Mil 81.0 B.W. Clrnr
8:00 p.m. 2!8ill) Wt.O VV. t Hear
7:00 p.m. .'.I8.V2 77.0 N.K. Cloudy
10:00 p.m. a) 87li' 7.5 0 N.K. Ulmiily
Maximum tuinporaturo, 00.0.
Minimum UMHnitur, 70.0.
Orono, 11 o'clock a.m.. 2.
Rainfall, .0
! lb Vottoa UeaTloai.
May '29, 1880-5 p.m.
Uivlnlon of telexrauu and reports for
i 4 benefit of commerce and agriunl
re. Cotton reyion bulletin for tha
enty-four hours ending May 27th, 6
olonk p.m.
a hR 3 5' p.
ill ill
Memphis 00 70 .01
Hashville 02 50 .12
Grand Junction... 01 47 .00
-Corinth 02 e:t ,(X)
' Tnscumbia 00 00 .00
Decatur 05 05 .24
8cottsloro 80 61 .00
Batesville 07 05 .00
. Hernando 1)2 05 .00
Grenada 04 05 .03
Arlington 93 04 .00
Brownsville 02 lis .00
Milan 03 03 .01
Paris... 911 b7 .08
Bolivar 91 Oil .00
Holly Springs 92 (17 .00
Oxford 0j (7 .00
Buirs 1557 lONU .40
Mpnns 92 (14 (l:
'5 if? k S
oustkicts. -SglJlg-
?'3'j g
Wllminuton 81 58 .01
CharloHion 8ii W .00
Anisntta 80 03 .01
tSavaunah 91 71 .00
Atlanta 86 03 .01
Monlk-omery 90 04 .03
IMomle 91 71 .('3
Kew Orleans, 95 70 .00
Galveston 94 00 .00
VickcburR 94 70 .
Little Rock 93 07 .03
Memphis 02 til .03
Rums I0S7 793 .21
Vmun... 91 tit! .02
Tke Rii"pp of ni-arly all tlio South
cm railroads will In.' changed to da.
The Little Uock road will send out
her trains ut 5:2 o'clock to-day, as
The train on the Ioiiisville and
JJasliville railroad was eight hours late
last night.
f Tt.oinas Alexarder and Mrs.
Annie U'l'lynn, 1). 1". llavnos and
Misa Mattie E. Kenney were licensed
te aiarry yesterd y.
Monday, May Ulst, In'in a na-'tio-al
holiday, the po'ollice will close
at 10 a.m. Carriers w ill make one de
livery and collection.
By a typographical prror the loss
by the burning of UoU hkissA Strong's
Haw mill at Lakevicw wai made 3j0.
It tliould have been i30 .0.
The toboggan will start it 2
o'clock today a d run until 11
o'clock to-night Two thousa d pec
jde were on t e grounds last Light.
A telegTara was f'ceived from
liiltl Hock last night, asking the Am
ateur Athletic Association to give the
Mil-ado at Little Rock. The ass cia
tion baa not vet decided what it will
There is a movement on foot to
open a public park at Wist Memphis,
where feundav amusements can be
had. A number of moneyed men are
said to be at the head of tbe enter
prise. A novel entertainment is to be
given at the Finit Methodist Church
next Thursday evening. A class of
foity leading citixens ill recite, sing
and spell, and Prof. Barney llogheH
will act aa teacher.
TV Clovd Door, by F. du Bois
goliey ; Social &4utin Ao 1, by How
laud; 7id Mayor of CnMnbridg?, by
Thos. Handy, end In Prison and Out,
by Stratton, all new and in cheap
form at Mansford's.
Judge John h. T Soeed will lie a
candidate for the United States Sen
ate to succeed fenitor Whitthorne.
The announcement bas been definite
ly made a d in such a way as to pre
clude the poMsibility of doubt.
The poiiiniencenrent exercises of
Missis'ippi College will commence
June 12th. The sermon, on June
20th, will be delivered by the Kev It
A. Venable of Memphis, and the ad
dress, next day, ty the Hon. J. L.
Alcorn of Jonestown, Miss.
In conseijnenre of the Louisville
and Nashville railroad changing the
gauge of Its track on Decoration Day
Miillicient transpor ation cannot be
furnished to justify an att nipt at
memorial services. The cemetery w ill
bo open, how ever, to all who may de
sire to visit the renting place of the
Federal dea I to-day, but nodecoration
exerciwH will re conducted by the
(irand Army of the Republic.
Hearing that Capt J.J. Darragh
was the owner of a steamboat and Hi t
bis name as the owner of the It. A.
Sliced was entered at the Ciistom
lloii'c, Judge Hammond yesterday
mo'iiing withdrew l is voto for him
for boiler insi rotor, but dipt. Da-ragh
was afterward able to sati fy Judge
Hammond that he did not own a
steamboat and the vote was restored,
A. H. B. fcbelton, Magiiie Riley,
Lottie Bowman, Mary Walsti and Mr.'.
Kat e Wtippeynan appliod for a char
ttr of incorpnra ion by tbe name and
tv Is of "The Memphis Ladies'
Kirgl'U of Labrr Co-epsrative Cloth
ing Manufacturing Company." The
cnpilal stock is fixed, at $10,000
Tacnty thousand shares are to be is
sued ft $5 per share. The dura'im of
raid corporation is not to exceed eighty
The annual commencement exer
cises of the graduating cla a of the
public sclioo's will bo held next
Tuesday light t 1cubrio'H The ter,
beginning at 8 o'clock. Tickets of ad
mission can be secured at the book
stor-H, and also at the ofliee of the
Board of Kducation. Children under
ten years of age will not bo admitted.
The issuance of tickets and the exclu
sion of children are tho conditions
upon which the manager of the thea
ter granted the use of the same to the
Board of Kducition.
The plan of tho proposed new
First Methodist Church can be seen at
the olllce of Mr S. II. Dunscomb, No.
22 Madison street. It presents a hand
Homo view on nper, and when built
will be one of the finest churches in
tho count y. Tho ollicers have met
very encourjging response to tho call
for money, nearly two-thirds of the
whole amount ncc;ssary having al
ready b-en subscribed. With this
splendid edifice erected the Methodise
Church in Memphis will outer on a
new era of progress.
A grand baniiuct will bo given by
St. Voter No. 12 and Mount Morisifi
No. 10, Knights IVinnlur, at Chicka
saw Armorv.No. 13j Hernando street,
Thursday, June 3d. Tho Committee
of Arranitcnicn'B will be Sir Thomas
K. Williamson, 8 r Alexander Webb,
HrJohn Norrell, Sir William Bailey,
Sir A. Alexander mid Sir T. W. Wiil
iams. The Reception Committee will
bo S r B. F. Gwin. Sir Robert Cox, Sir
Henry Clay and Sir James Washing
ton. The Door Committee will be
Sir William H. Barnett, Sir W. Thom
as, Sir N, H. Evans and Sir J. J.
The Rev. A. F. Board. D.D . for a
number of years pastor of the Ameri
can Chanel in Paris, France, and in
charge then of whit are known aa the
McCall Missions, will this morning
occupy the pulpit of the First Metho
dist church, by invitation of tho pas
tor, Dr. Steel. Dr. Beard was last
year recalled from France to take the
position of associate secretary of tho
American Missionary Association of
New York, which place him in im
mediate oversight and direction of
the great work being done by that or
giiHir.ation amrng the col red people
of the South. Dr. Beard to night
preaches the annual sermon to tho
students of LeMoyne Inst tuto at the
Soroud Congregational church, Or
leans street, and on Tueday night,
Juno 1st, lie gives the address at the
graduating exercises of the came- in
stitution. Solo Agents for Horace R. K clly
I'o.'s Key West t lgars.
The trade supplied at New York
prices. A full assortment constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by us: Cayoso Hotel stand,
Veabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. i. bamkijion a oo.
Fiis'-Class Material,
Superior Workmanship.
31 Second street.
llabrrllUK Nteni-lla, S10 Nocottd at.
To (lie Public.
Owing to cbango of gauge on the
Louisville and Nashville rai ruad Sun
day, May 30th, train No 4. leaving
Menu his at 10:10 p.m Mav 29th, aud
No. 2, leaving Memphis at 10:10 a.m.
M y 0th, wi 1 be discontinued.
I rain No. 1, due at 5:15 a.m , No 8
at 4:00 pin., May 30th, and No. 1
May 3 st, will also be discont uued.
Schedule of all trains will be re
sumed witi N i. 4, leaving Memphis
Sunday at 10:10 p m., May 30lh.
Furniture antl Carpetn
Sold on Weekly and Monthly Pay
ments at
IlafcarUncRnbbcr Mlainpa SlOtdat,
Kiarch! Starch! Ntarcbt
We have bought at underwriters'
sale 6'KX) boxo damaged starch, whioh
will be sold in one or more toxes at
less than half price We must close
it out at once, and we se'l it c cap, at
Sam (Jabay's. agent and commuuion
merchant, 400-413 Suelby street,
J R Rva of Virginia is stopping
at the Gayoao hotel.
Ww H. WiutoK leaves this morning
for Lourdea, France.
A. R. Gill of Columbus, 0 , is stop
ping at the Gayoao hotel.
Miss Mamii 8caia returned from
South Carolina yesteiday.
A. H. Newman and H. K Fleming
of St. Looia are stopping at the Gayoso
J. N. McLPoitu has returned from
Iuka and Collierville, much improved
in health.
Will Itosxuaouon has returned
from Colleoka, where he has been
attending school.
Mas. Johii Cbail and son, Master
Eddie, of 1ouisville, Ky., are visiting
Mrs. J. H Westbay, their aunt, at 85
Mosby street.
Dr. E. J. Took and wifo left for
their home in New Haven, Conn.,
yeslorday. after visit of leveral
weeks in Memphis.
Fain. Barxks bas charg of the cus
toms department at A K Sloan's, 221
Main street. Leave your me-snre for
a nice, fashionable pair of walking
Ma. W. T. Andkiuon it happy over
U.o arrival of a "bouncing baby girl"
at t is h use yesterday. Mother and
child doiug well. Congratulations are
in order.
Miss Ashb will exhibit the wrrk of
her pupils on Friday at her studio,
280 Main street. Tho scholars are
requested to have their work in by
Da. R. II. Ma hon re'urned yester
day from Richmond, where he has
boon attending tho General Confer
ence, and will conduit services as
usual to-day at Central church.
Col "Bikiov" Johnstn is in the city
circulating among bis friends, of
of whom lie bas a host in every ci y
from New York toGalvcstou and from
Maine to California. He will be in
Memphis s vend days.
T. B. Mh"mi announces himself a
candidato for Viobate Judge, subject
to tliH Democratic Convention. Ho
bas lived in this county many years,
is a lawyer of ability, and enjoys tho
good wi 1 of a'l who know him.
Tub closing exercises of the week at
Clara Conwar Institute will bo on
Tuesday, Wednesday und Thursday
morning at 0 o'clock and on Friday
evening at 8 o'clock, the last for the
benefit of the library.
Mr. ami Mcs. Sam Marks of 24
Bradford stroft, wish to inform their
many friends that through the profes
sional att ntion of Dr R. Miles Bud
deke lho;r son, Harry L. Marks, bas
entirely recovered from a vtry serious
attack of dipbtueria.
Ji'ixia Wai in of Holly Springs,
Miss, who came hers recently to un
dergo an opu:ation for c tarrh, ha)
left for home. His friends will ba
glad to know that the operation,
which was performed by Dr. Sinclair,
lm restored bis sight.
(iKomiK J. Goui.ii, Wil'iam Kerii
gan, W. II Newman and H J. Flem
ing arrived ill two special car over tho
Kansao City road hi t night. Thev
will remain in the city to-duy and will
leave to-night on their trip. The pa'ty
are on a tour of inspecti n over the
Gould lines.
Tim intermediate department of tho
Jidlcrson s root school will hava its
clos ng exercises at 10 o'clock a.m. to
12 m. on Tuesday. In the fctternmn,
from 2:30 to 3 p. in , the time will be
devoted to selections from the poet of
tlie South, leather Ryan, by Mi:B
Ashe's school.
Tun many friend 4 of Mr. E. II.
Stevenson regret to learn of his de
parture from our midst, to make his
future homo in Kansas. He has been a
resident of our city for the past fifteen
years and honorably associated in
Iiusiiiess with the firm of J. T. La
Prado A Co. We wish him every suc
tess, cong a u'ating the firm rn the
acquisition of so worthy a member.
In a notice of the closing exercises
of the Ennis (Tex.) public schools has
the following to say of the daughter of
Dr R. L. jAski of this city: "The
music rendered by Miss Llllie Laski,
teacher in charge of the musical de
partment of our publ c school, shows
?;reat training and an eminent fitness
or her present position." Miss Liski
has been re-engaged ior the coming
Prok. Euii.k Levy hai good reason
to be proud of the success of the
Mikado. It was under his artistic
direction that the opera was given.
Weeks of earnest preparation and
hard drilling were necessary, and it is
remarkable that ho managed to give,
with novices, tt ire performances of
the most trying and dillicult of all of
Gilbort and Sullivan's operas, which
ran through smoothly, without a
break from first ti las'. No musician
in New York could have done better
nnd we doubt if there is one in tho
South that could have done as well.
Mies Anna Lek Polk left for her
homo at Hi It mi, Ark , yesterdsy even
ing, nnd she left many bright and
cherished memoiies, and as the van
i - lied from the Bight of eeveral she
ltfc a Berne of loss aud sailnens:
"Tho innate ot her worda they bore
Lonaailor it was hoard no more."
Mine Polk tarried in the city for over
a ut out Ii, aud for tha i ait two weeks
her besutr and aecompl shnien's
mad" I er the cynosure ot all eyes at
tbe Vettiody Hotel. Sle is the high
eft and brightest ideal of the model
young liicy.
Columiicn I Miss ) Ikmorrat: Maj.
W. J. Sykes of Tenneseee, has for the
past day or two been visiting rela
tives here. Our re dew will remem
ber the excel cut and sound advice he
pave to parties contemplating inve t
ing capital in a road from Menu his to
Birmingham, at the convention held
in Aberdeen last fall. W bile the
Memphis, Birmingham and Atlantic,
to whom the advice was more directly
aimed, ignortd it, the K nsas City
road, it now appears, will more likclv
pursue the rourso be then indicated,
or, at leatt, as far east as Columbus.
Maj. Sykes, besides being thoroughly
familiar w th this jnirtionof the South',
has a practical knowledge of railroad
ing, which, if the two rowls should
ever l aole to measure lances, the
Memphis, Birmingham and Atlantic
will sadly deplo e-for while the lat
ter is only a few ndles Bhorte', the
K-iis s City road will have material
advantages in many other re ports.
Slouograiu Haiitlis Mullord
For Latest Stjlos
And Best Work,
Order from
231 Second street.
Hoot and Kboen.
If you want ease and comfort, leave
your measure at A. K. Htoan s, 221
Idain. Repairing dote,
Lla 1 1JaaleUver Telewroaaa.
List of undelivered telegrams re
mainin at th We.Ura Union Telegraph
Office, Nw Cottoa Kiohauf Building, cor
ner Hadion and Beoond IUnU. Office
hoar (mm t to 10:30 a'clock e.m.. and froa
6to9 a.a.t
Col K Uoeey, J P Bennett,
Mr M A Havin, Caledonia Armatronc,
C.pt.N P Baldwin, U J Perkine,
J b B Co, Toot, McUowaa k Co,
yoware, t Hmith Caldwell Co,
P Larkla, K J Wood, k Co, t,
A B Mann, Hattie Tbcmpaon,
K.tman, Mr B A iloileneerc,
C VV (loyer k Co, Mia Bertha Uordoo,
A J Knapp, RBSnnwden,
JBDavant, Hope Oil Mill,
Brie k Ralitun, UoyerC8Co,
K J Wood k Co. John Johnaoa.
See ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and Laundry on filth page.
Kalsominino telephone 609. Mc
Neil. Da. C. D. Smi, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street
Ladies can have spring sewing done
satisfactorily and reasonably at 210
Beale Btreet.
Paint your carriage for 75 cents
with Near Carriage Paint. Forsa e
by A. Rcnkert.
Send a postal to the Memphis Collar
and Cuff Laundry, 51 Main street, to
call for yonr laundry.
Nkw classes in shorthand now form
ing for the summer term. Apply to
Miss A. C. Parham, 116 Mullx-rry
The Herbal Chill Core, the best
tonic and anti-periodic known. A oertain
ana a are cure tor chill. Price II per bot
tle. Pend (tamp (or circular. Any ref
erence aixen. Addrei John 0. Hacker,
brnchberii, Va.
The children of St. Mary's Catho
lic School will have a festival on June
1st, at grounds of tho Loath Orphan
Asylum. Friends of the children are
At Y. M. C A, rcoms pof pnl meet
ing at 4 p.m., conducted by Brathrr
J. W. Flassey, a v siting perr?a y, and
a sf rvice of si ng by the Y. M. 0. A.
choir, conducted by Prof. Hogbo',
wiiii flu'eanil vie I n accompaniiiifnc.
All a-e caidially invited.
The lunches of the Woman's Fx
change will be return don Tti'siUy
next, Juse Is, undir the sun rvisirn
of Mrs. Go gi Hnlmts. Eideivjr
will te made to furnish sati-factory
mralsto oil who will favor tha Ex
chrngi with their patronave.
The Lauderdale et'eet Eunday
schrol ci joyed a puniest Likeviaw
yfs'o dav. Nearly 2C0 were in ctts'nd
ance, r.nd all(e"nie l to ei joy tbe day.
Such a basket dinrer is not ofUn to
hes'en. It was abundant and of the
tinett nua'ity. The cbiliben weot on
rxcuriions by water and by lar.d
fishing, brat-rid, rg and fern bunt ng.
Don't f,iil to attend "S nging Flow
ers," tha novel entertainment at the
Baptis' c'aurch Friday evening, June
4th. The ta'en of Memphis will par
ticipate. Mrs. G. D. Raiuc, Mrs. W.
P. Mil e-, Mrs. Levi Joy, jr., Mia.
Samuel Latin, Miss Minnie 11m ter,
Miss Marie liii.feld, Mioses Ssllie
Brown, Ida Biown, Hor'ense Wat
k'ni. Allio TreadwU, M;mie Loil
Bowling, Edra Rambiutand Measrs.
G, D. llutton. F. Y. Andeism, J. F.
Ryan, C. C. Webb and Will Brown.
Tiik en'erprising firm of Adamson
& Ronnldson of London, Eng , import
ers of the celtbrated Holstein cattle,
as, will bo en-ii from their card in
another c .luinn, nro preparing to
make an early importation to this
market I' is gratifying to know that
men of such business enterprise and
pluck, as th' y are i aid to be, are fully
alive to the growing demand in this
section for the purest and best breed
of cnttlo. This Holland bred is fast
becoming a favorite among the stock
raisers, dairymen and farmers. We
wish them success.
Democratic Mass-Meeting Postponed.
It being important that a large and
thoroughly representative mass-meeting
should be had to appoint delegates
to tbe Gubernatorial Convention, and
tho committee fearing tht suflicient
notice of the meeting called for the
1st day of June bas not been and can
not be given, they have determined to
postpone siiil meeting until Saturday,
the 12th day of June, 1886, at the Ex
position building, In the city of Mem
phis, at 12 m., at which time tbe
Democrats of Shelby county are ear
nestly requested to assemble.
J. II. ALBUP, Secretary.
Beet Goods
And Lowest Piic?, at
j. n. urn & co.'m,
338 Mt ia Btreet.
Order "Mulfortl Made Medal."
Hnberllaa; Ntenrlla. SIO Noroud at.
Are desirable in ! this warm weather.
These who are traveling son learn
where the lest scconniiiiJa ions can
be had. Tney want ccol rnd clean
rooms, with lite btst of eveiytt in to
rat. All these can be bad at the IVa
body. Solid Silverware at Mul ford's
Haborllne; 4'heeha. SIO Second U
Iyetng; aud C'leauliiK.
Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Reigel.58 Jefferson Btreet, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods rofleivnd by express.
HabrrUna: Meal. SIO ftrrnnd
A1HHI (AL lit V KltS.
Wntxi.iMi.May 20 -N:gh' P.iver 5
feet 5 inc u a on the vaugu aiid tailing.
Weather clear and pleasant.
New Orlean. May 20 Night
Arrived: City of New Orleans, St.
Louis. Departed : U. P. ScUenck, Cin
cinnati. Evansville, May 29. Night River
falling, with 12 feet 3 incbei on tha
gauge. Weather clear and warm. De
parted: James W.Gaf, Memphis.
Louisville, May 2 '. Night River
falling, with 6 feet 6 inches in the canal
and 4 foet 6 inches on the (alls. Bum
nesa fair. Weather charted pleasant.
Caio. May 29. Night River SO
feet on the gauge and falling. Weatber
cool, with heavy wind and rain tbia
atttrnoon. No arrivals or departure
of regular packet,
Cincinnati, May 19 Night River
13 feet 6 incbei on the gauge and f dl
ing. Weather clear a-d warm. Ds
partd: Granite State, Memphi ;
Golden Rule, New Orleans.
Ity Th firm of GOODBAB V CO. bas been dissolved, and we hare ncnhewi oor Interest la tb Wholeeale Boo
and Shos Business, in connection with Mr. W. E. Lot, lata of Warren, Lot a Co, Bt Louta, M and Mr. J. O
Callicott, of Coldwatar, Hiss., under tb strl of and firm nsma given below. W thawk oor friend for their panag
in th past and hop for a eontinnanea of their favor. A. B. GOODBA. d
o .. 0. H. GOODBAB.
A. B. eeODIAI, J. H. OSaaVM, W, . UTI, J. O. CA1XI4XTT,
LaUof Qoodbar ACo.,MmphU. Lata of ftoodbar k C., Mmphl. LaUol Warm. Ur k Co., BU' towli. Law of Coldwatar,
3G7 & 369 Main
We are now receiving a large and Entirely New Ntok of Eastern and
Spring Trade ot 1886, which we offer at Bock Bottom Prices,
hn road hw anv cnmrinr merket.
JAMES C. HELL, President.
What It Will Be Fashionable
To Co and Not To Do.
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. F ull 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. Tho males
of the family, however, can save the
cost of several new bonnets by buy
ing their Spring Suits at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 20'2 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, continue to buy their
clothing at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 2G2 Second street.
Curl-papers will be much worn in
the morning, but false hair should
be carefully hung over the back of a
chair before retiring. Before de
ciding to buy elsewhere see the fine
stock at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
262 Second street.
In writing love letters don't call
your best girl a "duoky darling" more
than 909 times. Sho 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
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, 2(52 Second stroet.
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 come
to the
Opp. Court Nqnarr,
Open cvaulova (111 f, Naaardaya
till 11.
aT All alterations to insure a per
fect fit d-sne free of charge.
N.B. "Wo h&ve scvoral hundred
Secrsuokor Coats and Vests which
will b snld at $1 25.
Fine Watch repairing at Mulford's.
LaRoae Mdravry,
Coiner of Jackf on and La Rose street,
Williamson's pi ce. South Memphis.
A fine aa8iriment of bedd'Dgout
plants in peif cty healthy conaitioa
at very reatooaMe ra'ea. AUo Cut
Flower. Booaoeta and Flora' Desinna
of every description fumuhed on short
F. L. MOKAT, Ajeat.
Malford, Jeweler, 294 Halo, so
lociu oraera rrom in roontrj.
Sat Bailed; 4Laantarilaa t da
Li" U
and 18 Gayoso Streets. Memphis, Tenn.
officeHo. 24 high street.
E. F.
nmpwABia aivi,1iT!atii:ii.
Jatnea M. Qoodbar Wnt. I, Clark Eugene J. CarrlnKtoa Frank 6. Jonea
3El.stAlcllaBla.ecl IBBO.1
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to MERCHANT) OH1.Y tb larneat and beat l took or Boot and Shoe wa
havo ever brought to thia market, and which cannot be aurpaaaed in quality and
atyleabyany house in thia or any other city. In addition to a oom piste line of Kaetera
made aooda. Including the CCLaBKaTau 600UBA K CO. BKOU.lH. we handle
a Urn and select stock of Cuitom-made Good for Men, Women, Miaae and Children. W
carry a number of the beat makes in tb oounlry, in everv yariety ind stjle, and amonc
thorn i the well known Hen'a Calf boot and Bhnea manufactured by Geo. Hooker for our
bprina Trade. also carry a choice line of Ladies' and Miseea' Cuatom Kid, Uoat and
Calf Good, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman k Co. We invite th trade to examine
our itook before buying elsewhere, and we guarantee everything we aell to give satisfaction.
For J a da;e of tbe rlinlnnl Court,
MESSRS. Impnloon I ill . Henry J. Lynn,
John W. Dillurd, 11 M. Neely. W.l.
lletho , R. G. Craig & Co., U. V. Harahaut.
A. L. Lowenstein, J. S. Menken and othera
In response to your call upon ine to be
rone a o nidid'ito for the office ot Criminal
Court Judne of Sh I by county, with aincere
thanks lor your kindness and courtesy, I
hereby announce myelf a a candidate for
the position, subject to th action of the
l)emocratio convention.
Clerk or the t rlmlnal Court.
WE are nuthoriiod to announce R. 8.
CAPEK.-t (lor twenty-one year D p
nty) a a candidate fur Clerk of the Criminal
Court of bhelby county, aubject to the Dem
ocratic Convention.
WE are autho-lied to annonnco DABNEY
W. CULt 1EH as a candidate tor Clerk
of the Criminal Court ot Shelby oounty,
subject to th Democratic Convention.
Conoty Court Clerk.
WE are anthoriied to announce that
RICHARD A. ODLUM 1 a candidate
for County Court Clerk, aubjoet to tbe action
of the Democratic Convention.
rrrE are anthorlied to announce P. J.
VV Olliai.kVaa a candidate for Clerk of
the County Court, fu'jeet to the action of
the Shelby Oounty Democratic Convention.
. Judge of ke frobnte Coart.
P0 My Fellow-Cltlaens of Shelby County
L Fearing that my circular announcing
y candidacy for Probate Judge my have
failed to reach many of you, J take thia
method alao of anneuaeing myself a candi
date for ibat onice, aubjeot to the action of
the approaching Democratio Coanty C n
vrntien, and respectfully ak your kind up
ect In my behalf. I hava tha honor to ba
your ebeuieat servant, X. B. MiCOU.
WE are anthorlied to announoe J. P.
VlllINU aaaeandidata for the office
of judge ef tb Probat court, ub)eot to tha
aotion of tha County Demoeratio Co vn tlon.
For Trnatoc
WE are anthorlied to announce JOHN
M. BRADLEV a a candidate for
Trustee ot Bhelby county at the ensuing
August election, aubrect to tha actien of tha
Democratio Convention.
TTTK are anthorlied to announe AN-
11 ri d.1 t iiAUUTQ... u.4iJ.I. rn.
re-election to the office of County Trustee,
aubject to the aotion of tha Demooratio Con
vention. THE Apnea! Is anthorlied to announce Mr.
N F. LKM ASTER a a era did at for
the office of Trustee ot trneiDy oounry, euo
iect to tbe aotion of the Democratio Conven
tion. For Atlorney-erneral.
WE are authorised to announce GEORGE
B. PKThRS, J a., aa a candidal for
the office of Attorney-Uenerai, auoiect lome
aotion of the Democratio Convention.
THE Appeal is authoiised to announce 6.
D. WHAKLKV ai a candidate tor Attorney-Uenerai,
subject to the Democratic Con
vention. For Reiclaler.
TO the Voters of Shelby County and My
rriends I hereby anoouuoe Daylf lor
tbe second time a candidate tor the onice ot
f.ntv Yt.iritttjM'. .nltiMt 1A the Democrattn
Convention. I am poor and need tie office.
reeling that my pa-t tervice as a servant ot
the na, mle haa eiven satisfaction, and that 1
can come before the people and ask toeir
s unragea and rupport lor county tiemsier, 1
am, respeotfully, JOHN A. POWKL.
THT1S are authoriied to announce N. F. f
for Regii-ter, (ubject to the action of th
Democratic County Convention.
HE Appeal la anthor'ted to announoe
JOllJM r. MCUAL.L.U Jl a a candidate
for Register, su
Democratio Conv
ject to the aotion ol tbe
THE undenigned announces that he Is a
candidate lor Register, and asks the
support ot tbe voters of Shelby county. If
elected, will endeavor to give satistxetion in
ttie discharge ot the duties ot tne omce, ana
laces bis claims subject to th action of th
County Domooratie Convention
Memphis, March 28, 1S86.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Kerrvtll, Tenn., is a
. candidate for RKGIsTKR. subject to tha
action of th Democratic Convention.
WI are anthorlied to announce E. A.
EDMONuSON ai a candidate f.r
Connty Register, subject to th action of th
Domooratic Convention.
rTVHE Anneal
is anthoriied to annonue
OULU a a candidate for
tb office of Register, snbiect to th actica oi
ta Democratio Convention.
Jadceoftbe Circuit Coart.
WM. S. FI.IPPIN is a candidate Kt Cir
cuit Judge of Shelby County, subject
to th notion of a Democratio Convention.
W art anthorlied to announoe L. H. ES
TKS JR-i aaaeandidata for Jadar of lb
Circuit Cou-t, subject to th aauoa oi U
Dmocralio Conveniion.
JAMES L. SOODLOR will k a candidate,
before th Democratic Convention, lor
nomination to th office of Judge of the Cir
cuit Court; and. If deleaud, will aupport
th suooMaful nominee.
We are anthorlied to announce that JOHN
JOJHNSTuN is i cand date for Jndge of th
Circuit Court ol Shelby Connty, ubjot to
action of th Democratic Convention.
Custom-Made Boots and Shoe for
on as liberal terms as can
MEYEIt, 8ec'y and Treaa.
DURING the season we will roceive Ben
Hart's lterriei u ornng and evening.
Just received a freeh lot of Kennedy Una
Biscuit and Cakes.
Butter Scotch, Beatrice, Albert,
Lemon Cream, -elly Drops, Shrewsbury,
Cocoanut TaSy, Roval Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. Assorted Jeily, Ete.
Corner Second and Beale Sts.
Importers and dealers In Sana,Aania.
nltloa and Flutalngr Tatekle, finlldera
Hardware, Hwirle Bella and aa
nnneiatora for Hotala and Residence, 4a
Main atreet, Hempbla, Tenn. Klectrie
supplies always on hand. . Re pair nx neatly
Boiler Works.
110, 142, Ui Front aemphis.
in th South, and th only eompleta
S oiler and Sheet-Iron Works in the city,
lanaiaetnrerfl of heavy plate lro
work of every description. Special
attention rival to plantation work.
Frank Schmaim,
Importer and Dealer in
ttnnsj, FlNblng; Taekle and Kfiorl
nien' aianpllea. vr Special attention,
413 Wain S(..Hfiriplila).TenB
Gang, Ammunition, Finding Tackle
and Base-Kali (toads.
944 Main Ntrmta, Memphla, TeaaS
Manufacturing and Repairing of Gun a
JoHir-OvaaTOM, Ja. 0. N. Gaojvisoa.
Real EstateDealers
Offloe, 264 Second Street.
B. K. Cor. Second and Coart.
J?t Tai Paid. KenU CollcUd, tc., on
Iinulvct Miotic f
No 64H (8) State of Tennese, Shelby coun
ty Ouce County Court Cle'k, Memphis,
Tean., April 2Ts ltwW To John Loague,
Puilie Adm nistrator of Sh'lby county and
aa auch Administrator of estate ot Henry
I? Amnlil. Mu.d I
AVING su rcs'el th lasolveacT or tne
Mlui. nt Haitrv F. Arnold, deceased.
yoa are hereby ordered tegite notice, by ad
vertisetrent in som nw.pHer published
within the said State, and also at the court
kause door of Bhelby ceaaty, for all parson
having claims againel said estate to apptar
ana file 'heaame.autaanti ated in the man
ner preacribed bylaw. r for the 27th day
July, llWr; and any eraia not tied on or
before said d.y, or before in appropriation
of th funds of said e-Ule is made, shall ba
forever barred, bolh ia law and equity.
Witness ay band at eline, this 36th day ot
April. 1886. HUGH B CI LLBN, Clrk.
By G. L Mcbenald, Deputy Cierk.
aarNotic given a retired by the forego-lngo-r.
ml JNQ. LOAGUE. Adm'r.
naovmii intisr mrrKiw em-lir-ly
cured Mr. 8. A. Cock, 3o9 Main
street, Memphi, Tenn., of a severe eat o(
chilis and ferer, 11 bliVM ia it,

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