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BUftMIMtirri VtLLtl BOITK.
Oa ud af'er Mar I lai, puwiift trains on
in if rota win run a unigwi:
V"t MAIL. Soath. KortaT
Isnrhif., t:Mp.a :.
.ola.... :: p.m 7:21 a.m
.el.nd .C 10:03 p.m! 4:(T a.m
'ickbori.....D.. 1 10 a.m I 1:13 a.m
l-i-r-r-n . 1:44 a.m 11 :1A p.m
I.l, ...y S: a. ml i!K p.m
Utoa Rure..U 6:14 a. ml 7:M p.m
Orle.n. H MO a.m1 8:) p.m
vv l " n x ii.' j.
A With all lines entering Memphis.
B-Witn M. A N. W. K. R. lor Helena.
0 For Greenville and Huntington, and all
Arkansas point.
P-With V. A af. and V., 8. A P. Rallroadl.
1 With N., J. k C. K. K. fur N itches and
For Pomu on tbe Branch.
With ilMimri lor Iiayou Sara.
I n tin raiiroaai uiverging tor noriae,
Texas ami Coastlpoints.
JAM. M. EDWARDS, V. P. andQ. M.
A. J.KA'API'. . P. A.
laalaalppl anal Tfnnmwf -Train!
nove as tolluws: New Orleans mail arrival
daily at 9:2ft a.m. : leaves daily at ft:(KI p m.
ardis accumaiodatiun arrival daily at 8:4)
a.m. ; Ihvm daily atVlfti p.m. New Orleans
mail train will not stop at any 6ag station
between Memphis and Hardis, or at White
haven. Horn Lake. Nesbit and Lova. Freight
train! do not carry passengers.
Meavport Heweand Mlaalrwlppl Val
ley. Trains mora aa tollowa: r ait lina
leave! at 10:1) a.m.: M. Louis fait line
leaves at VHO p.m. ; Fait lina arrival at 1 :.KI
p.m.; bt. Lou u fait Una arrival at Is :0 a.m.
Lonlavllle and NaahTllle Trains
move ai followi: Fait mail arrival daily at
t);l"a.t.: leaves at 1U:1(I p.in.: mail leave!
daily at 10:10 a.m.; arrive! at 4:00 p.m.
Brownsville aeommodatiom leave! daily
except Sunday, at 5:10 p.m. t arrival daily,
except SiMidar, atl.ftOa.u. (itandardtima).
Mesnphle end 1.1 1 tic Rock. -Trains
move aa follow! (oentral standard time):
Mo. 1 leave! daily at b.Jti in, arrives at
t iV p.m. Mo. 3 leave! at ':.V a.m. : arrival
JtS:0a.m. No. 6 (freight) leave! Ilopefleld
ally (exneptbundey) at 6:00 a.m.! arrival
at 7:10 p.m.
esnphle aad Cnarleetoa Traini
iove ai follow! i Through expresi leave!
ally at 10:20 p.m, Mail and eipreai leave!
ally atlO:UOa m. Somervilla accomnioda
tioo leave! daily, except Sunday, at !:M)
p.m. Through express arrive! daily eln:2.'
a.m. Mail and eipren arrival daily at 4 :ftr
5.m . BomervlUe aoeominodatioa arrival
ally, except Sunday, at H;M a.m.
Wnir Rnle-Mnnaa City, Mariner
rlilaad Ifesnphlal Trains leave M. and
T. depot ai followi: No. 4, Kansas ( ity ex
press, leaval at 10:4ft a.m.: No. 3, Kama!
City express, arrival at 3:30 p.m. No. 2,
Kansas City mall, leave! at 6:00 P.m. : No. 1,
Kama! City mail, arrive! at 8:4ft a.m. No.
1, Ht. Loiil and Chloaan express, laavaa at
6:00 p.m. No. I, St. Louil and Chicaaoex
praw, arrival at 8:46 a.m. In effect Sunday,
April 1H.1HK6.
emplsla, Rlrmlnaliam and Allan
tie Holly Bprings Route Traini move ai
followi: No. 1 leavei Memphil dally at 3:4.
p m.l arrival at Holly Spring! at 6:58 p.m. I
So. i leave! Holly Hi.rinn dully at 0:00
a.m., arrival at Memphis at 1 :1ft a.m. I No.
I laavai Memphil daily at 7 :1& p.m., arrival
at ilolly Hprinn at 11 :41 p.m.: No. leaval
Holly Hprinn dally at 2 lift a.m.. arrival at
Memphil iIMmi
WiiHiporoa, June 12, 18M, 1 a.m.
- Indications: For TenncHBPe, and
ArVanBM, local rairs; etu'lonary tm
pfrture. Indlrallona,
Fur Mimmtfii, Louisiana, Ariaruar
oruf Taa, load raim ; nearly tUitionary
Umprrnturr; rrinils grnrrally muthrrly.
Fur Tfniuuft, locnl raiitt; ntnlionary
tempmihtrt; variable ttimir, lietomhiff
loornloa-lral Mrpnrt.
Mmrnn, Ttxit., June 11, DWfl.
Time. I Jlitr. I Thr. iW'iml.lW'tlier
7:00 .m.
11:00 .m.
8:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
73 0
ta8:r! K.o
10:00 p.m
!8 rWl 81.0
MftViraam Uimrxirature, 8U.0.
. Knnimum temperature, tis.u.
(Hone, 11 o'clock a.m., 3.
Rainfall, .00
la tba Votloai Ha;len.
8iohal Hbhvici. U. H. Ariiy,
' June 11, 18805 p.m. J
Division of televrama and reports for
the benefit of commerce and asHcnl
tnre. Cotton region bulletin lor the
twenty-four hours ending June 11th, 6
0 ciora p.m,
Memphis 89 (18 .01
Baahvllle 87 m .00
Grand Junction... 88 (17 .(X)
Corinth 88 (14 .00
Tuscumbia 811 67 .
Decatur 05 (17 .00
Boottsboro 80 H;t ,(X)
BatesTllle 87 (ifl .00
Hernando 84 (11 .00
Grenada 90 (15 .(XI
Arlington Vi (t;l .(H)
Brownsville....... 89 R .00
Milan 91 07 .00
Paris 89 55 ,(X)
Covin (fton.. ......... 90 (17 .00
Dyernbnrg. mo (tfl .00
Bolivar -..... 88 (i4 .00
Holly Springs 88 (17 .00
Oxford 89 09 .00
Rums......... 1703 1303 .01
Means 90 Oil .
. B B P
Wilmington 90 06 .08
Charleston 90 68 .19
August. 90 H .19
Savannah 92 Ti .23
Atlanta. 89 00 .13
Montgomery 90 (1(1 .23
Mobile 9t 70 .12
New Orleans. 93 71 .27
Galveston 94 72 .02
Vicksburg 90 72 .
Little Rock 84 07 .02
Memphis 90 09 .
Sums 1083 827 1.48
Meana 90 (9 .12
Toboggan part:es will be the
fashionable pastime during the heated
A Urgs party have been invited
to the Ktitiley pluce to-day to see the
vrork of the Curry CjIIou Cultivator.
M. R. F. RnTNoi.no, commercial
eucnt at iew Olfans for the Mimis-
Bippi Valley Rout, hai iM'en in lbs
city on bueinesf, and left for borne
' yesterday.
Another big crowd visited the
loboe.m last evening. The lAdies, as
TimisT, were oat io Urceand a more
delighted crowd f jolly people is eel-
dom met with at a place of amuse-
lug in favor with the people.
A couple of young men of good
families vitited the toboggan cn
Thursday evening nnder circum
stanres which, if publithed, won'd
not be I'less nt re ding nutt r for
their relative. Ti e i a'iif of i atti. u
'are w:thhebl for the presi n.
i Tbr will b a Chanrerv sale of
JVnloaH re l ntat in fro. t of ti e
.Coor-Hoofe to-ly. Ti.e pr nt'rtv
rennets of a flue lao-surv ram-'
: R.lifg, on the south aide bf Libdcn
street, botwetn Lauderdale and Oi
leaos, known as the old Coe place,
and rome of the most desirable land
In Shelby county.
Mesrs. Lightbume and Thomas,
who settled a slight misunderstanding
on Madison etrift recently, submitted
their rasf s in the Police Court yester
day morning, and were fined $5 and
costs each,
C. Rose and Jane Rose, bis wife,
were before I'liwidcnt IJadden yester
day morning rhargi'd with stealing a
rope from one of Corhian's rafts on
Wolf liver. The couple mads no de
(nntetothe charge except that they
were starving ami bad to resort to this
desperate method to tecuie fjod. The
sympathy of the Court and audience
was with the pricorers, but the ex
cuse would not juttify ti e crime and
the case was continued.
The Blasa family of IJeale street
were before Pn anient Madden again
yettcrday mornirg with one of the
worst ca-wfl that ever rams up in the
courts. It was a family row, in wlrch
Joe Blass accused (tus b ass of striking
bis Bister. Mrs. lilam said that Joe
was in the habit f f whinpirg her,
while Jos accused Cius of inducing
their mother to swear a lie against
him. Gus sal J bis brother Joe wis a
thief and had been robbing him for
yearn The Irene throughout the trial
was diepraofful. Af'er all interested
became exhausted, bis honor entered
up fines of f.rH) eauli against the lilasi
brothers. An appeal was grayed.
Col. Tom Heath and Maj. Bob Pur
ely of Ciienada, Miss , were in the city
yesterday on hnsinens.
Mrs. M. R. Patterho his gone to
lhliricane Hprlngs, where she Kill
remain during the summer.
Arthur Rryson ha, returned home
from the Kentucky Military Institute,
to remain during the summer vaca
tion. Mai. Max Ginhui'hubr of Grenada,
Miss., was in the city yesterday, pur
chasing goods There ix rorna talk of
running the Major for Congress in the
Fourth District.
Sole Agents for Horace R. Kelly
Cu.'s Key West Cigars.
The trade supplied at New York
prices. A full aHsortment constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by us: Gayoeo Hotel stand,
Peabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. i. samklhon a co.
Kaisominino telephone 609, Mc
Neil. Db. C. D. 8MiTn, Ve-terinary Sur
geon, No. (il Monroe street.
P. M. Stanley, funeral director and
emba'mer, 55 Madison street.
Taint vour carriage for 75 rents
with Neat's Carriage Taint. For sale
by A. Kenkert.
Send a postal to the Memphis Collar
and Cull Laundry, 61 Main stroet, to
call for your laundry,
GitAND baby show at I. O. B B. pic
nic next Wednesday. One hundred
prizcs will bo awarded.
The wives and daughter of the I.
O. B. It. will set a grand feast lie fore
their guests at the picnic next Wed
nesday. The only bathing house in Mem
phis. Clear water, fresh air, light
rooms. Warm or cold baths, 25 cents.
No. 222 Second street, near Adams.
Thi Herbal Chill Onre, the best
tonic and antt-perlodlo known. A certain
and aura onre for chilli. Price II per but
tle. Hand itampi (or olrouUr. Any ref-
Ir.nce (lien. Aadreu John C. Hooker,
ivnehbari, Va.
We ird authorized to announce Mr.
Carl Black of Lucy StaMon as a can
didate for Circuit Court Clerk, subject
to the action of the Democratic Nom
inating Convention.
Music, fencing, foot-races and nu
merous other artistic exercises will be
furnished visitors by the members of
the Uermania Turnvereln, who will
give their first annual Turnfrst at
F.stlval Park to-morrow (Sunday).
Admission only 50 cents; ladies and
children free.
Anuonti'RA Bitters do not only dis
tinguish themselves by their flavor
and aromatic odor above all others
generally ured, but they tre also a
euro preventive for all diseases origin
ating from the digestive organs. Be
ware of counterfeits. Ask your grocer
or drnggiRt f r the genuine article,
manufactured by Dr. J. U. B. Sicgert
A Sons.
Many persons are sfllirted with
eruptions of the skin, boils or ulcers.
Brandreth's Pills taken freely will, in
a short time, cure eruptions, pimples
or boils. Ulcers of long s'nmling re
(ii're treatment for some weeks, but
be assured that the worst fever lores
or obstinate ulcers will surely disap
pear If you persevere with these pills.
To-morrow (Sunday) the Turnfest
of the Uermama Turuverein will take
plaee at Kstival Park. It promises to
turn out the sal a affair of the season.
The most extensive preparations have
been made hy an experienced com
mittee, and the gentlemen c instituting
same expect every good man. woman
and ch hl of the Taxing District to be
prercnt at the Turnfest to-morrow.
Hotel St. Ueoroe, 61 Clark street,
Brooklyn, fireprool, best coDHtiuction,
splendidly located on Brooklyn
Heights, clo'e to Bridge, bandy to
central points of New York City and
Coney Island, with more luxury at
one-lhird prices; 400 rooms, all electric-lighted
(100 bath-rooms), hand
somely decorated; very bet uphol
stered furniture; finest bedding; con
ceded to be one of the finest ho els in
the country. Transient rati, t2 50
per day, with private toilet Single
rooms, fl per night; open all Dight;
cuisine uneuraesed.
Nate or Suburban Home.
Owing to the threatening weather
Thursday 'he great suction tale of
hnnsea and lots near the State Female
College has been po-tponed nn'il
Monday, June H'h.at 2 o'clock, when
Mesr. Lamb A Barton, through Roys
ter A Co., will positively close out tire
entire property on terms advertised,
t-es for sa'e column and go and look
at the property beforehand. There
has never been an oprortuuity for
purchasers lo secure such new and
bratitiful homes with si tit le monr-y.
The prices will be within the reach bf
Order "Ms I lord Made MevlalH."
Dramrnond's Natural Leaf.
The only genuine "Natural Leaf"
tobacco in the market ; "two tin tags,
one on each end of the phig;" a mild,
elegant chew. Don't be deceived into
buying imitations. Take none but the
original "Drumruon i's Natural U'af"
Mrs, lltillfutH'rK
AaririkS, en;s, C"t. mttr- ses and
'8 paul.ns niadtr at 231 Snond st eet.
1000 Summer Puits for men,
yontba and boysAlpacas, Seer
suckers, Bcilhenes and light
weight wool goods, all oflered at
For Men, Youths and Boys.
To-day all our two-dollar (f2)
straw hats will be sold for 1 1 each,
only $1 each juHt half.
Men's aad Boy' Shoes.
Gentlemen, get a pair of our
hand-sewed, French Ca f Shoes bs
fore they are all gone,
tl 50 FOR SHOES W0KTI1 $0 50.
Y'ou'll regret it when they are
all gone. You can now save $2 on
a pair.
Cleans, I. Ml Ira and Cblltlrew.
.... FOR
Uoals, Ladles and f hlldren.
Has clofed all the first-class shirt
factories in the country. There
are plenty of common shirts made
now. We have still a full supply
of the i
nnequa'ed for durability, fit and
finish. New British and Lisle half
hose just opened.
And get K-button length, pure
spun silk gloves for 75c value,
$1 60.
Get a $2 Satin l'aiaiol for f 1 25.
Get a pair of Silk-lace Milts for 25c.
Get a $5 Jersey for $3.
Get a $.1 Jeisey for $2.
Get a 08c pair of Kid Slippers.
Free Trimming In Millinery Dep't
Also, New Lot of Mimes' Sailor
and High Hats.
Clokino prices of July options at
Chicago yesterday : Tork, $8 85 ; lard,
6 17 Je ; clear rib si doe, 56'JJc; corn,
35c .wheat, 74Jc; onta, 27 jo.
Th Liverpool cotton market
closed at 1 p. in., yesterday, and will
remain closed nntil Wednesday next
on account of Whitsuntide holidays.
Visitors on 'Change yesterday:
J. T. Alvis, Taylor, Miss. ; L K. Fer
guson, Louisville, Ky. ; G. P. Brown,
lee county, Ark.; W. A. Eldridge,
New Orleans.
The following gentlemen were
elected directors of the Arlington In
surance Company Thursday : T. B.
Sims, J. W. Richardson, Alston Boyd,
Otto Schwill, D. Caosle, Geo. Arnold,
John A. Denie, J. M. Hill, J. M.
Smith, W. T. Stone, A. Rnkert, W.
P. Donavant, L. Law horn, B. II. Car
bery and John Armlstead. The di
rectors subsequently elected T.
B. Sims, president: J. M. Smith,
vice-president; W, H. Kenneday, sec
New Orleans, June 11. Night
Departed : City of SU Louis, St. Louis.
Cincinnati, June 11. Night River
11 ieet 5 inches on the gangeand fall
in);. Weather clear and warm.
Louisville, June 11. Night River
stationary with 0 feet 1 inch in the canal
and 4 feet on the falls. Business good.
Weather clear and pleasant.
EvANSvu.i.s.June 11. Night River
etationarv. with 10 feet 2 inches on the
gauge. Westher pleasant; thermom
eter 68 to 78. Arrived: James W.
Gaff, 0 p.m. ; she leaves at 10 p.m.
St. Locia. June 11. Night River
risen 0 inches, and now stands 15
feet 1 inch on the gauge. Weather
clear and warm. Arrived: City of
Cairo, Vicksburg. No departures of
regular packets.
Cairo, June 11. Night River 20
feet 3 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather clear and warm. Arrived:
City of New Orleans, St, Louis, 9 p.m. ;
Mary Houston, Cincinnati, 7 p.m.;
Arkansas City, St. Louis, midnight;
H. J, Friable and barges, St. Louis, 9
p.m. Departed: Arkansas City, Vicks
bnrg, 3am.; Mary Houston, New Or
leans, 9 a.m.; H. J. Fiisbieand barges,
below, 9 a.m.
And it stimulates and promote the
growth of the hair.
Rnrnttt'a Flavoring Extracts are the
Mulford, Jeweler, 294 Main, so
ocits orders from the country.
rittaburg Lump Coal
At 33c pr barrel.
Fine Watch repairiuir at Mnlford's.
V le Katlrdf t ljacniKralBia for
onr Plamblna aad Waa-FIIUmaT
Nolltl Silverware nt Mnlforda'
NalMM-rliM for "Appeal' .
To Insure to Every Purchaser
satisfaction and greatest
comfort in dress, A PER
FECT FIT, we have ar
ranged to
Every Dross ratfern Bought in
Our House This Week,
Whether tbe i-rirs be t" or 150. Remember,
it frill be Cut aid Fit frie of any obarae.
Tbii offer will be mori than luffieieot to in
duce every lidy front Cheliea to Fort Pick
erint to bur a dreu at our itore be ween
Monday mornioi and Saturday evening.
Bt!ll, in order that thone who deiire to have
tbeir Dresiei floiibed in our home may feel
that tbey are renumbered, we have reierved
The Greatest Offer
we have made tb.it reaioa for them, namely,
The Choice of a Hundred Dif
ferent Materials,
$25 A SUIT.
Guaranteed and warranted correct in every
detail of itylt, fit and quality, aa
art a.l our goodi.
OHBtin'a Hotel.
W. U. BINOIWM Miaioaa.
European lan. MnlarKed and refurniihed
1'ricei accordtni to liie and loca
tion of roii mi.
II T Mohengele iw.Ill l U Wrinht, Miia
B K Koach, Mill 1 P Camidy, Ark
J W ltucbiiOHn, Mil F U Majii, Tenn
H C UliolHon, Miia K R Jonei, Mill
J S Mc-Tiiih. Ten n
W W KutletW Tain J II MoCiudb iw, Ark
Mm K Ileal, Ml 1 II Canon, lonn
A Huni.irej, Tenn T liolman, Tenn
.1 I. Actum.. Turin I M llnlden. Mill
E K Williams, Ton 4 I) A Abernathy, Tenn
U.. L- b'Al...l. U;.. Uia. 1 W.I.A. Mi.,
J IS Uarrett, Mill j 1. B Kobertinn, Mill
N 8 Diokonion, III S McKay, Mich
W W 1'alrick, Mo I Win A lUnkim, Va
JW Lronard, lenn C II Sandera, Tenn
Mn Bwareniier.Ark 0 K Kobertion, Ark
J W (lomlwin, Tenn II F Siini, Tonn
T J Heath, Mini 1 J 0 Nelion, Tenn
J 11 Darton, Tenn , .1 Sliilloway, Tenn
S K Latta, Tenn , II C Wilton, Tenn
W C l)Rvi, Tex W 0 Chambers, Mill
V A Promt, Ala ! J M Fuller, Mill
A Mhhreout, N T i Mn 8 C Walker, Ky
Mill S Walker, Ky U Babb iif, Tenn.
Tbe Hv UBToao.
Rates, I- SO to 14 per day, according to loca
tion ol roomi.
F O Chew Aw, Arkt A Yerirer, MIm:
J II Colon, Tonn ; J H Darn, Tenn ;
J It Loverimr, Tenn; M C Davia, N Y;
M 0 Wtiteler. Ill ; .1)1) Bvani, Col ;
VV (I Vinson. Alas M SUwene, Alal
T t ii V( : . u ,i n....: r
Jin nvnM ,ii inn, v. uun id. awh.
P llomton, Tonn; Judae A J Morran.Ten
K U HarKer, Ala: rs i. einitn, lenn i
L L Roienhaum.Ky; T Unwney, Me;
R F Tate, Mii: II II Jacobaon, N Y i
11 J Horner, NY US Chae, Ma-l
J C PriU-heit, Mo WD Miller, Mill
M Miller, Miia Miaa M Myert, Ter.n
Min J Letter, Tenn Miaa M Leiter, Mini
Mi'i Dupur, Mini Mn A C Myen, Mii
J M Keed, Miia W O Curne, Tex
0 K Letter, Mill Mill II Uobo, Mill
Miaa M Wynne. Mill L W Wynn, Mist
II Coolidire, Tenn Win J Polk, Tenn
II T ilainei, Mo W E Hawkins. Ala
W W Wood, Ky I II freeman, Tonn
8 B Waloott, Tenn R L Henry, Tenn
II II Rom, Ohio A J Fox lor, N Y
C U Cook, Ark 8 B Feuton. Ark
JO Brown, Ark WFHall, Mies
O B Hiiencer, Miia W 0 Davit, Mill
F X Mi lor, Tenn G M Malone, Tenn
R B Hoakina, Tenn 0 L Humor, Mits
0 B Prentice. Mitt R K Pierce, Ark
X U Davidson, Ark.
Peabmlr Hotel.
C. B. GALLOWAY A CO Pro?siktob
Ratal 12 50 and I I per day, accor.linz to
siie and location of room Special
rates made.
W IlnrriannAw, Ark J T Alvis, Mill
Mrs Perkins, Mies JCKvana, Mita
L W Wynne, Mill H P Aubrey, Ark
J Morrow Tenn N W Buptiat, Tenn
O 8 Veit, NY O W Youna, Tenn
T Steele. Tenn F M DuVale. Tenn
F 11 Childs, La Mrt C II Simpson, N Y
U II I nri'ter, n X J DlorK. uhio
Mill D Davit, Ark Mi'i K LaFont, Ark
J B Chaplin, Ark I N Wolltlein, tta
W S 8 Moore. Tenn J C Mnyfid.l, Ala
HJ Waif, Ala J II lhoinpton, Tenn
W F .VoUi rmick.Ubio J M l.aiaro, Mn
CL White, Minn W F Scnall, N Y
A M Mitchell, Ky K 8 Cattle, Mo
J U Loawnod, Mil 11 D Ihera, Mo
MrsMcNakh, Tenn Mias M Shansa, Mo
Mias J Marahall. Mo E F Morriton, Ind
Max Sinner, lnd L White, Tenn
H Dow, Tonn M B McComk, Tenn
A Washburn, N Y CMJackaon.HC
UW Waring, NY B C Adleton, Ala
A M MoMillan, Tenn
Dufly'a Knropcuiai Holttl,
Corner of Adams and Main itreet. Booms
&Oo 7Kc and II per day) American Plan,
ti per day.
Flrtt-clatt Restaurant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (1m years with Peabody Hotel)
E M Murray, Tenn Mrt S Lesser, Miss
J C Johnson, Miss A A Sharp, Mias
J T Haines, Tenn B M Seward, Tenn
JWWehl, Mm WC Hall, Tenn
M Shea, La F Ford, Tenn
R W Nichols, Tenn J L Nichols, Tenn
J 11 Fox, Mo E J Simmons, Ala
T P Johnston, La JBNouna, Ala
BM Seward. Mo J L Will iamt. Tenn
L A Morris A f, Tenn A Yell nd. Mo
R J Cain, Ohio W R McDougal, Tenn
HTW heeler, Ind P C Coyne, III
W T Adams, Mo W B Adams, Mo
R M Williams, Ohio R H Patton, Tenn
M J Morgan. Tenn W II Taylor, Ark
A K Payton, Miai C M Orves, Miti
B C Lamott, Ark J II Miller, Tenn
C C Williami, Ohio R 1. Harper, Ark
LEtt 1.1X111.
From North tieorila).
Mrs. N. A. McKntira writet from Spring
Place: For manv tears 1 have been a great
sufferer from indigestion, sick headache and
nervous prostration caused from biliousness
and conttipation. 1 tried many remedies,
bat got no permanent reliel until I used
Dr. Motley's Lemon Klixir. 1 am now in
better health than for many years. My
dauahter hat been subject to chills and fe
ver from her imancy. I could set nothing
to relieve her: the Lemon Elixir has restored
her to perteot health.
W. A. J nruet, Be l Station, Ala., writes:
I have suffered greatly from indigestion or
dyspepsia. One bottle) of Lemon Klixir did
me more good than all the medicine I aver
took So cents and $1 per bottle.
Sold by druggists. Prepared by Dr. II.
Volley, Atlanta. Heorgia.
HonoKram lianase; MnlTord
Advice to Moihorn.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
should always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
Brtflerers at once ; it produces Batumi,
quiet sleep hy relieving the child
from vain, mid the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to t;wte. It soothes the
t-hifd, softens tlie sums, allays all
pain, relieves viina, regulates the
bowels, and is the loet knon remedy
for diarrho'a, whether arising from
teettingor other causes. Iweuty
five cents a bottle.
JAMES C. BELL, President.
Saddles- Harness Collars
Sr8 SPECIAL PBICES to Railroad and Leree Contractorg for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harness. -
a 11 1 a
What It Will Be Fashionable
To Do 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. Full particu
lars at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
2G2 Second street.
Many of last year's bonnets will be
worn, but the owners won't feel hap
py while wearing them. The males
of the family, however, can save the
cost of several new bonnets by buy
ing their Spring Suits at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 2G2 Second street.
Men who wear wigs need not lift
their hat to those lady acquaintances
they meet in the street during a
wind-storm. The wind is 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 lalse hair should
be crtrcfully hung over the back of a
chair before retiring. Before de
ciding to buy elsewhere Bee the fine
stock at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
2G2 Second street.
In writing love letters don't call
your best girl a "ducky darling" more
than 909 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 prioes 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, 2G2 Second street.
It is fashionable garments at un
fashionable prices that you get at the
Misfit Clothing Parlors. If you want
to get the most for your money come
to the
Opp. Court Square,
Open evenlBga till , Satardatja
till 11.
t& 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 $1 25.
No. 238 Main Street.
Iuoorporated 1QOO,
THE course of study is extended, thorough
and practical, afforilinx superior facili
ties for obtaining a sound business education.
For Catalogue oall at the school-room or
tddresi T. A. I.KDDIN, Principal.
J. F. H0LST &BR0.,
Funeral Directors,
A r I'LL and complete stock of Wood and
red Casket! and Burial Kobe always o
hn d.er Orders by telesrrepa promptly
Lv-i. Mivy, vv 1
Jam ea H. Uoodbar Wm. I. Clark
iaatcalollaaliocl 1000.1
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to MEKCHAWT) OHL.Y thelar(rest and beat atock of Booti and Bhoaa we
have aver brought to thia market, aad which cannot be surpassed in quality and
styles bj anj house in this or an other city. In addition to a complete line of Eastern
made foods, inelndinc the 'Ki..BIi.Tii CIUOUHAK CO. BKKIAHiSi. we handle
a large and select stock of Custom-made Goods for Men, Women, Missel and Children. Wt
carry a number of the beat maket in the country, in avers variety and style, and among
themtthe well known Men's Calf Boots and Shoes manufactured by Geo. Uocker for our
Bpring Trade. We also carry a choioe line of Ladies' and Missel' Custom Kid, Ooat and
Calf Goods, manufactured by Krippeodorf, Iltttman k Co. We invite tbe trade to eiamina
our atock before buying elaewhere, and we guarantee everything we tell to give latisfactioa.
MEMPHIS, TENN., June 1, 1SS6.
TDK 6rm of ESTES, DO AN k CO. it this day distolved by limitation. The surviving .
partner, Z. N. Etea, will settle the business at the office of their successors, Z. NT
ESTES k CO., who will continue the Wholesale ttroeery and Oof on Factorage business aa
formerly done by ut. Z. N. K--TKS.
K. J. D0AN, Executrix.
S. S.
YMesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street Memphis, Tenn.
For JatlK of the t rlmlnstl Court.
MESSRS. Napoleon Pill, Henry J. Lynn,
John W. Dillard, 11. M. Neely, W. D.
Bethe , K. U. Craig k Co.. ti. V. Kambaut,
A. L. Lowenstein, J. 8. Menken and others
In response to your call upon me to be
come a candidate for the office of Criminal
Court Judge ol Shelby county, with sincere
thanks for your kindness and courtesy, I
hereby announce myself as a candidate for
the position, subject to the action of the
Democratic convention.
Clrrk of the t'riinlnnl Conrt.
WE are authorised to announce R. B.
CAPERS (for twenty-one yean Dep
uty) as a candidate for Clerk of the Criminal
Court of Shelby county, tubjeot to the Dem
ocratic Convention.
WE are authorised to announce DABNET
W. COLLIER as a candidate for Clerk
of the Criminal Court of Shelby county,
subject to the Demooratio Convention.
Comity Court Clerk.
WE are authorized to announce that
RICH ARD A. ODLUM is a candidate
for County Court Clerk, subject to the action
of tbe Democratic Convention.
VTTB are authorised to announce P.J.
vv vuitibi aa a vanuiuaiv lor viera ui
the County Court, subject to the action of
uie oueiuy viuumy imiuranq vuuveuuuu.
Judge of the FrobMe Court.
TO My Fellow-Citlient of Shelby County
Peering that my ciroular announcing
my candidacy for Probate Judge may have
failed to reach many of you, I take thia
method also of announcing myself a candi
date for that office, subject to the action of
the approaching Democratic County Con
vention, and respectfully ask your kind sup
port in my behalf. I have the honor to be
your obedient servant, T. B. MICOTJ.
WE are authorised to announce J. P.
YoUNti as a candidate for the office
of Judge of tbe Probate Court, subject to the
action of the County Democratic Convention.
For Trnatee.
WE are authorised to announce JOHN
M. BRADLEY as a candidate for
Trustee of Shelby oounty at the entuing
August election, subieot to the action of the
Democratic Convention.
WE are authoriied to announce AN
DREW J. HARRIS as a candidate for
re-election to the office of County Trustee,
subiect to the action of the Democratic Con
vention. THE Appeal Is authoriied to announce Mr.
N. F. LEM ASTER as a candidate for
the office of Trustee of Shelby county, sub
iect to the action of the Democratic Conven
tion. For A tierney-Oenrral.
WE are authoriied to announoe GEORGE
B. PETERS, Jr., at a candidate for
the office of Attorney-General, subject to the
action of the Demooratio Convention.
THE Appeal is authorised to announce 3.
D. WEAKLEY as a candidate for Attor-ney-tieneral,
subject to the Democratic Con
vention. For Reajlater.
rp the Voters of Shelby County and My
X Friends I hereby announoe myself tor
the second time a candidate for the office of
County Register, lubject to tbe Democratic
Convention. I am poor and need the office.
Peeling that my past service as a servant of
the people has given satisfaction, and that I
san come before the people and ask tbeir
suffrages and support tor County Renister, I
. ...,f..ii jntiVA viiivti.
wu.,.a'v.H.., w V u . ... . J .. uu. .
r E are authoriied to announoe N. F. (
TV (DUNK) UAKH1SON as a candidate
for Register, subject to the action of the
Democratic County Convention.
THE Appeal la authorised to announce
JOHN F. McCALLUMu a candidate
&.?c7.r(?onv.o!0 ttu ,tion of
THE undersigned announces that he is a
candidate for Register, and asks the
support of the voters of Shelby county. If
elected, win endeavor to give satisinction in
the diecharre of the duties of the office, and
places his claims subject to the action of the
County Democratic Convention.
Memphis, March 28, im.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Kerrrille, Tenn., is a
. candidate for REGISTER, subject to the
action of the Democratic Convention.
YI7E are authorised to announce E. A
VV EDM0NOS0N as a candidate for
County Register, subject to the aetion of the
iiemocrauo convention.
THE Appeal Is authorised to announce
JOHN W. GOULD as a candidate for
the office of Regitter, subject to the action of
tne Democratic convention.
Judge ot the Circuit Court.
TTT M. 8. FLIPPIN is a candidate for Cir
W cuit Judge of Shelby County, subject
to tbe action or a Democratic Convention.
We are authoriied to announce L. H. ES
TES, JR., as a candidate for Judge of the
Circuit Court, subiect to the action ci the
Democratic Convention.
JAMES L. 80ODL0E will be a candidate,
before the Democratic Convention, for
nomination to the office of Judge of the Cir
cuit Court: and. if defeated, will support
the successful nominee.
We are authoriied to announce that JOHN
JOHNSTON is a rand date for Judge of the
Circuit t'curt of Shelbv County, subject to
miW Instant relief. Final cure in
ajCr. ten days, and never returns.
No purge, no salve, no ituppository. Suffer
ers will learn of a simple remedy, Free, by
addressing C. J . M ASoi , 78 N assau sU.N.l.
F. METER, See'r and Treat).
Eugene J. l'arrlna;toai rraaik G. Joatea
W. B. DO AN.
DURING the season we will receive Ben
Hurt's Berries morning and evening.
Just received a fresh lot of Kennedy fine
Biscuit and Cakes.
Butter Scotch, Beatrice, Albert,
Lemon Cream, Jelly Drops, Shrewsbury.
Cocoanut Taffy, Royal Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. Assorted Jelly, Eto.
Corner Second and Beale Sto.
Importers and dealer! In Ones, Ammu
nition and FlBhlnar Tackle, Baliara
Hardware, Eleetrle Bella aad la-tinnelatos-afor
Hotels and Residences, 5
Main alreet, Memphla, Teun. Electric
supplies alwayt on hand. Repairing neatly
Boiler Works.
8HEA & MCCARTHY, Propr's,
110, 142, 1U Front, Memphis..
in tbe South, and the only complete
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Works in the city..
Masiaracturerg) of heavy plate lroan
werb of every description. Special
attention ttver- to plantation work.
Frank Schumann,
Importer and Dealer la
buna, Flahlna; Tackle and Nportev
ana's nupplle. ar Special attention
given to MANTJFACIURINtt and RE
4ia Main St.. Memphis, Tenn
filing, Ammunition, Flaking Tackle
and BagfKall Hoods.
044 Main sjireet, nemphla, Tenni
Manufacturing and Repairing of Sang
Joaa Oviitok, J a. C. N. Gioavinoi.
Pta am at v"
neai tstate ueaiers
Office, 264 Seoond Street.
a. . Cor. sjeewnil aad Conrt,
Taxes Paid. Rents Collected, etc. cn
The Iteit t..i...i t
... iwim . rnmouncmir
iaj,ett(F of ih. vi'..i.i ... .. .
- . iiHiiiucaj uicnonarv, 7o
noud ,HTSonHj alio llIutrationa; ll,(i v,,.
anJoln"i,U7,b',in'::',l'l,,mo"1 4I""1 f""'"'
any other American Diet bnary. Cnniea with ,.r
without P,t Index. "Invaluable m "v, '
bohool and at every Fireside '
G. A C. MERRIAH, A CO., Pub'ra,8pringfield, M
Mississippi Tennessee U.K. Co.
Morkholilera' Meetlnc.
T Msaraia, Tssn , May 12, 18M.
HE Pre.idcnt and Directors of the Mis
sissippi and Tennesiee Railroad Com
pany, in accordance with section 15 of the
charter of taid Company, hereby call a gen
eral meernr of the sto-kbolders in this Com
pany, to be held in the office of the Compa
ny, in .M-mphiF, Tenn , -n rctuetulnv
tor SO, t. d ot J ,.;. . fortp"
pose of eonsi 'er nir and acting on the con
tracts i authored by tbis Board on the 11th
M:r-.A,t" 1 "i" Psenger
Depot, as to Track on River Front in Me".
i-'iT' .,n.i.,rTe' nd UM of Trminal Fa
ciiUios of this Company.
Distort" f ,'re,idnt i Board ol
S. H. LAMB. Secretary.

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