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The Memphis appeal. (Memphis, Tenn.) 1886-1890, June 19, 1886, Image 8

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7:51 p.m
8:00 p.m
10 :M p.m
l:ui a.m
1:44 a.a
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4:14 .
: a.m
A-Wlth all 11dm .ntaring Memphl..
6-With M. A N. W. R. ft. (or Helena.
0 I or Greenville and Bunting ton, and all
Arkansas polBU.
P-WHh V.AM, and V., 8. A P. Railroad..
1- With N., J. ACE. B. for Netohea end
r-Por Point, oa the Branch,
ft With lUtmin for Bayou Sara.
H With railroad, diverging for Florida.
Teiu end CoaatipoinU.
J AS. M. EDWARDS, V. P.andO. M.
A.J.RNAl'P.O.P. A.
Mississippi end Tenne.r, Trains
nor. a. follow.: fcewOrlean. n.ll irrira
dally at (:a.m. I leave, daily at 8:00 p.m.
Sarai. accommodation arriva. daily at 8:45
a.m. i leave, daily at 5:20 p.nw Now Orl.an.
Eiail train will not atop at any flag station
.tween Memphis and Sardis.or at VVbite
.van, Horn JLake, Neabit andl'Ove. freight
train, do not carry paaaengersY
I.WMrll.w.aad Miaalwalppl Val
ley. Train, mora a. follow : Fut iaa
leave, at 10 :00 a.m.s bt. Looli fut Una
leave, at 8:.10p.ai.i Fa.t Una arrive, at 1 :.)
p.m. I St. Lout, fait Una arrive, at U :U6 a. m.
Loaleellle and Hashwllle Train!
mere a. follow.: Fut mail arrive, daily at
5:18a.m.: leave. at 10:1(1 P.m. : mall leave,
daily at 10:10 a.m.: arriva., at 1:00 p.m.
Brownsville aaoommodatlom leave, daily
aioept Sunday, at 8:00 p.m. imrrlve. daily,
aioept Sunday, at 80 a.m. (itunilard time).
Meaephls and Lllll. Mark. Train,
move a. follow, (central atandnrd time):
no. 1 leave, daily at 5:'A p. m, t arrive, at
9:88 p.m. No. Heave, at 5:56 a.m. ; arrive,
at J :80 a.m. No 5 (freight) leave. Uopefleld
daily (except Sunday) at 6:00 a.m.i arrive,
at 7 :10 p.m. -
Memphis and Charleston Train.
Bova a. tallow.: Through aipr.ll leave,
dally at 10:20 p.m. Mail and eapres. leave,
dally at 1(1 :00 a ni. Bomervllle accommoda
tion leave, daily, eicept Sunday, at 8 :;
p.m. Through eipren. arrive, dally at 8:0
a.m. Mail aneivre.. arrive, daily at 4 :86
S.m. Komervin. accommodation arrive,
ally, aioept Sunday, at 8;30 a.m.
Half Konle (Kanaejs City, aprln--flelri
anil Memphis) Train. leave'M. and
T. depot aa follow.: No. 4, Kansas City ex
pre.., leave, at 10:48 a.m.; No. 3, Kama.
City eiirM, arrive, at 3:30 p.m. No. ii,
ft ansa. City mail, leave at:(m p.m. : No. 1,
Sanaa. Clly mall, arrive, at 8:46 a.m. No.
a, St. Loul. and Chloa.ii express, leave, at
6:00 p.m. i No l,St. Loul. and Chlcagoei
preas, arrive, at 8:45 a. in. In effect Sunday,
April 18, IXMri.
Hcmpbli, Klrmlaitham and Atlan
tic Holly Bprlng. Route Train, move a.
follow. I No. 1 leave. Metnpbi. daily at 3:4.
p a. ! arrive, at Holly Springs at 8:8a p.m. I
No. i leave. Holly Sirring, dally at 9:00
a.m., arrive, at Memphis at 1 :18a.m. I No.
D leave. Memphis daily at 7:18 p.m., arrive,
at Holly Spring! at 11:48 p.m. i No. 8 leave.
IloHy Springs daily at 2:18 a.m., arrival at
nemphi. at a -45 a.m.
WiaHiNOTiiN, Jane 19, ISM, 1 a.m.
Indications: For Tennuniee, (air
feather followed by local rains; slight
ly wannwr. For Arkansas, local rains;
near'y Btatioiiary temperature.
For Miitijiri, Iruiinna and Texat
fair weather; nearly ilnlionary tempera
ture; variable winds, becoming mutherly.
For TennfK-ve, fair weatlur, followed l
heal raiiu; toutherly wind; diglUly
WeteoroloKlral Meaorl,
Maurara, Tikk., June. 18, IMA.
TaoI mail.
le.,kU 4
'y ,,.,',.',""'i"
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w. j.
Time. Bar. Ther. Wind. W'tlier
7:00 a.m. 'XH' 60.0 N.W. Uluar
11 :(X) a.m. :mm 7i,0 N K. Clear
3:(X) p.m. Z'.Wri 81.0 N.W.Clear
7:00 p.m. '.MUiHl 70.0 N. Clear
10:00 p.m. liO.INiHl 7.1.0 N. Clfar
Mnximnin ttnnperature, H7.0,
Minimum tmpuruture, 07.0.
Ralufftil, 0.00
Ozone, 11 o'clock a.m., 1.
In the foiioa Kvatlnn.
rjiaNAi HgHVici, U, H. Abut,
Juno 18, 1888-6 p.m.
Division of telHurams and reports (or
the benefit of ooinmerce and aricnl
tare. Out ion rnmon bulletin for tbe
twentv four hoars ending Jane 18th, 5
Oflnrk p.m.
Memphln R7 67 .00
Hftunville 71) 03 .00
Grand Junction... 84 0' .00
Corinth 82 HO .00
Tnscumbia 80 64 .01
Decatur 85 6I .00
Bcotteboro 81 (10
Batesville 84 67 .00
Hernando 82 75 ....
Orenad 86 6:1 .00
ArlinKton 8(1 (12 .00
Brownsville 8(1 64 .00
Milan 86 62 ,00
Paris 8:t 48 .(X)
Covington........... 84 61 .IX)
Dyershnrg 87 6.1 .00
Bolivar....... 81! 63 .00
Holly Springs 82 64 .00
Oxford 85 64 X0
Hums 1502 1175 .01
Meana 84 62
DISTRICTS. g g" a? I B"
a ' c a o F
WilminRton 81 J7 1.04
Oharleaion 00 6!) .13
AnKnaU..... I)J 67 .25
Savannah (X) 72 .02
Atlanta. 85 67 .28
Montgomery 85 64 .02
Mobile 88 67 .02
New Orleans. 00 60 .1(1
Galveston..... 06 72 .06
Vlcksburg. 8(1 70
Little Rock 89 65 .
Memphis-. 84 62 .
Rams... 1057 811 1.08
Means 88 68 .16
Chancery ealt to-dny.
Grand jury met yesterday.
Criminal Couit met'tj Monday.
The toboKgsn still catches the
The raspberry season is almost
Potatoes aie rotting in the ground
on recount of the wet weather.
8 Tbe music of the tally-ho bugle
wis heard in the land yesterday even
ing. Yesterday, one of the iifst de
lightful ot the early summer, was thir
oughly enjoyed.
Judge Bevell o( Mississippi coun
ty, Ark., Sberlll' Haskins's bailiwick,
has resigned h:8 oliice.
Tho cae o( John Donnelly,
cbhrged with killing Putch Frvd,
comes up in tho Pi abate Court to-dy.
The (ruit standi are reviving after
the long stale eeeson. They are bo
ginning to look quite (reel) ard in
viiirg. , .Market gntdenerj unite with the
residents of Beale street in a general
bowl abort tbe condition o( that thor
oughfare. Tha alarm of flre yeattd.y was
caused by a little b'ar.e at 297 Stventh
itreet, owned by Lest Cannon. Tbe
damage was about $10.
The Kaneas City road, as an
nounced elsewhere, threatens to be
gin work on this end of its Birming
ham extension early next week.
Tbe"Independent move" promises
to result very much like tbe (amoute
vigtory which the sore-heads gained
last January over Iladden and Lee.
The building of a new Courthouse
will be the next important matter for
tbe County Court to consider, and the
city will aoon 1'ok dp plana (or a City
The toboggan is now tbe attrac
tion in the amusement line. The
crowd prrsent lat evening (oond that
the "switchback" is steadily on the in
crease in public favor.
There will be a cock fight fought
at Michigan City, M St., on the 2d and
3d of July, between soma of tbe eld
cockers ol Mil Hiseippi and Tennestee.
As yet the workingmen these
who earn their bread by the sweat cf
their (aces are notUkingany interest
in the fight for tbe offices. They are
waiting for the legis'ative and Con
gressional election, when they promise
to be beard fiom with a vengeance.
Mr. 0. M. Dowling baa in his
poHeuHsion a couple of very rare old
books, one in manuscript and tbe
other in old Knglish type. They are
of a religious character, and are very
valuable as curlrgitits. They will be
placed on exhibition.
KicharJ Brooks, a colored hoy
g)d twelve or thirteen years, left his
borne on Laltoie street Wednesday
morning with his market banket and
has not been heard of since. He is a
bright yellow boy, with a black mole
nn his nose hetween theeyts. Any
information of hia whereabouts ill
be thankfully received by bit family.
In the Circuit C' urt yeiterdBy a
c80 was on trial in which the wit
nesses and all parties concerned wire
witntswa It appears that the firm of
Humes & Posion was employed by
Mr, Hanauer to attend to his interest
in the celebrated Pickett plantation
case. Gen. Humes died before the
su't was decided, having previously
withdrawn from the partnerdhip. His
son, Leury Humes, sues for his fath
er s share ol the lee, wulcn Meesrs.
I'm ton A Fcston claim tbey are enti
tled o.
At the Meeting of Chlckastw
Lodge, No 40, Ancient Order of Unit
ed Workmen, held last Thursday
night, the following officers were elect
ed for the ensuing term: J. C. OhIbs,
M. W.: Wm. K. Craft, F.: John H.
Mitcbell.O ;J.O CrnmptoD, Recorder j
Geo. W. Proudfit, Financier; H. B
Hlianks, Receivor; Kd. Karr, Guide;
B. W. (Japps, f W.; F. lluUinghnu",
O. W.: John W. Brush. Hall Tructee.
The proposition to incieaae the dues
was, alter mature consiuorauon,
deemed inexpedient at the present
Hole Agents for Horace H. Kelly
fJo.'g Key West Cigars.
Tlie trade suppliod at New York
prices. A full aHRortniont constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by us: Gayoso Hotel stand,
Peabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. i. bamkijiow a co.
William R. Moons and wife departed
for Europe last niglit.
Bishop Gkxcio and family, A tut in,
Tex., are stopping at IuUy'e.
Jas. K. Vsnnro of rhilad-lphln is
visiting his uncle, Mr. Sol Vendig, Bt
No. 1 lit Washington, htreet, en route
for Dallas, Tex.
Fbop. J. D. Andiiihon, a well known
educator of North Alubmnit, president
of HOntsville Female Heminary, is in
the city mingling with friends.
Miss Emma B. Browns, piincipal of
Porter School, accompanied by htr
nephew, Master Harris Browne, are
spending the summer at Monteagle,
Mixs("Ji'ixir") MiCouBV.oneofMifs
Conway's brightest graduates, left for
her home in Jackfon, Tenn., yeft(r
day, after spendin severul days in the
city the guest of the Missis Horton,
Eatlvnl Park.
Free musical concert Sunday after
noon Kverybndv invited tu attend.
At night grand Vaudeville entertain
ment, with a number of new and
striking feature.
Vihitoim on 'Chaniie yesterday:
Samuel Rirkman, Florence; R A
Tread well, Juckunn ; A. Stewart, Now
Orleans; J. K. Waddy, Cdlierville;
MIks Rebecca Nicholson, Knoxvi le,
Ci.osino prices of July options at
ChiiBtO ye terday: TorkjS 60; 1-ard,
6.17jc; efar rib sides, 5Jc; corn, 35c;
wheat, 731c; oats, 27 r.
Thcs. Keely and wife to L. E. Tat
ton, tart ( f lot 100, eouth side Kaflar
ans street, for f 100.
Mrs. F. B. Hardin to Lee Barton,
(li t) acre, cn Paddy's Hen and Chicken
Island, for $300.
Lee Barton to Mrs. F. B. Hardin,
lot 20, block 60, west side Seventh
street, 30x210 feet, for 11200.
Miuter Parker to Emma C. Dixon,
part of lots Nos. 11,12 and 13, west
side Orleans street, for $748 70.
Cincinnati, O., June 18. Night
River 13 feet 7 inches on the gauge
and rising. Weather clear and ccol.
Caibo, June IS. Night River 24
feet 2 inches on the gauge and rising.
Weather clear and hot. No arrivals or
VicKSHuaa, June 18. Night De
parted: City of Cairo, St. Louis.
PiTTem-KG, June 18. Night River
11 foot 5 inches nn the gauge and fall
ing. Weather clear and cool.
Ht. Louis, June 18. Night River
fa'len 3 inches, and standi 16 feet 2
inches by the gauge. Weather clear
and ccol. No arrivals or departures
ol regular packe's.
LodHVti.i.R, Juno 18. Night River
stationary, with 7 feet2 inches in the
canal and 6 feet on th una. Busi
ness fair. Weather clear and cool.
Drututnond's Natural Leaf.
Tbe only genuine "Natural Leaf
tobacco in the market : "two tin tntra.
one on each end" of the plug;" a mild,
elegant chew. Don't le deceived into
buying imitations. Take none but the
original "Drummond's Natural Leaf"
Prepare for Warm Weather I
Oder Special Bargains To Day in
lea's m Boys' Clothing,
Men's and Beys' IfaU,
Men's and Boy's Shoes,
Mea's and Boys' Underwear.
$1 will bay choice of our $2 Straw
3 60 will buy Gents' Blue Flannel
Bui s.
50c will buy Men's Summer Suit!.
2 37 will buy a Boy's Suit knee
25c will buy a Boy's Staw Hat.
4 25 will buy a Boy's Suit marked
down from $8.
$15 will buycholee of Gents' Che
viot Suit, worth $22 60. Also,
1000 Alopaca Seersucker Coat.
Gloves and Parasols.
We are just In receipt of full as
sortment of pure silk
Tan and Ecru Mitts!
Taa and Ecrn G lores 1
$1 25 will bny a cardinal, beigs, or
b'ack satin Paraiol.
$2 will bay splendid Silk San Um
brellas. $4 f 0 to $0 will by Gent's Silk Sun
Umbrellas, 28x30-incb.
$5 to $7 60 will buy perfect beau
ties new-style parasDla worth
much mote.
N. B. The great millinery sale
t f Untrlmmed Hats, Feathers and
Flowers will close to-day. Come
Kalsomininq telephone 609, Mc
Neil. Dr. 0, D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
P. M. Stanmv, funeral director and
emba'mer, 65 Madison street.
Hkno a postal to the Memphis Collar
and Guff Laundry, 51 Main street, to
call for your laundry,
Turn Herbal Cbill Cnre, the beet
tonia.nd anti-neriodlo known. A oertaln
and aure enre for dhill.. Price II per bot
tle, nenil itaipf. or eirenlan. Any rer
erenre giien. Addre.t John 0. Kuokor,
Lrnenberg, va.
A pleasant tide cf a dozen miles
into the country and an exciting per
formance on a light rope, not to men'
tion the delightful music by Croce's
band, may be enjoyed by every one
who visits LAkeview next Sunday.
Anoostura Bittbks were prepared
by nr. J. u. li. Niegort lor nis private
use. Their reputation is such to-day
that tbey nave become generally
known as the best appetizing tonic.
Beware ol counterfeits. Ask your
grocer or drugitt for the genuine artl
cle, manufactured by Dr. J. G. B, Sie'
gi rt & Sons.
NuMKitoirs toMimonia's prove be
yond a doubt that Allcock's Porous
l'laaters cm paralysis, nervous de-
luiitvaml Io.-b ol memory wlien ap
plied t the epine. They remove
kidney dimculties when worn on the
small of the back ; applied to the pit
ot ilia stomacn, dyspepsia and indi
gosiion disappear. Colds, coughs and
asthma no longer trouble the Buffering
patient when he uses them on the
chest. If you have a headache or
want to sleep put an Allcock's Porous
l'laster on the nape ot the neck the
work is not only done, but well done.
This remedy not only cures ague cske,
liver complaint and malaria, but is a
protection against fevers, small-pox or
sewer gits.
All prices quoted heretofore
will remain in force for all this
nr Famous 00c Opera Slippers.
For MisseB and Ladies,
Come quick before they are all
We ate Sole Agents for the
Just received a new lot ot them.
Everything in the house is marked
down. Come and see us.
800 Main Street.
Fine Watch repairing at Mulford'a.
TaAnra A Cn'm nnttnnnrlan linrtW
store and circulating library lias re
moved from No. 316 Second to No. 419
main street.
Hat Katloria; A.Laa-omaralne to do
year Planablaa.
OrderwMnllord Made Medial."
Plt.abnrg Lump Coal
At 33c per barrel.
Xalford, Jeweler, 294 Main, an
oclts orders from the conn try.
la Rntlrde; at Lagonmralno for
year Plnuihlna- aail Una-l'IIUac
Owing to change of gauge we are now
prepared to cout't for present or
future delivery of Alabama splint coal
at reduced rates.
O. LO WEX8TELY t B308.
We have just received another
invoice of very handsome Mull Em
broideries, patterns different from
the lot advertsed on Wedneeday,
but the same class of goods, just i s
fine and eqailly as low in price.
They will certainly be in great de
mind at the prices we quote:
100 pieces Mull Embroidery, from
2 to 4 inches wide, at 15c a yard.
100 pes Mull Kmbroidery, frcm 2J
to 6 inches wide, at 20c a yard.
75 pes Mull Embroidery, from 3$
to 8 inches wide, t 25c a yard.
Don't wait until Monday for these
gwd, but call TO DAY and make
your purchases, as the lota are
small and will not last long at tbe
prices named.
Bargains In Oar Glove Depart
ment. We offer TO DAY 50 dozen pure
Silk Jersey Mit's, 6 button length
(our own importation), in cream,
tan and lla"ke. Tbe price for this
glove is 75c a ptir; to day we place
them on sale at 50c a pair.
Fans. Fans. Fang.
To-day we will place on sale an
other lot of Grenadine Fans, tame
aa these efftrid a few days ago at
Ala? another lot ol White and
Cream Silk Grenadine Fans at apo
dal piicrs.
Reduc'ion in fine Colored Ostrich
Feather Fans, for this day, in black,
yellow and gray. Regular price of
ihtse goods is $5 05; we have but
a lim'td lot and have marked
them at tbe low price of $4 each.
Parasols. Parasols.
Elegant Qoodt at Low Price
100 S rped Coachicg Paraeols,
canopy top, at 90c.
100 Satin Paratope, 20 inch, ica'
loped edge, black or colors, $1 20.
100 best Black Satin Paranoic,
lined, scalloped edge, $1 45.
250 Black Hatin Parasols, lined,
laced trimmed, $1 65.
200 nnet-t lHatin Canopy Top
Coaching Pnsols, $1 75.
75 Pongee Parasols, deep lace,
150 double extra All Silk8re
Sun Umbrella1, natural haodits,
$1 65.
150 double extra All Silk Srgo
Umbrellas, fit o celluloid handle-),
$2 25.
100 Novelty Parasols, including
Mikado, Mauresqifs, Alamedas,
Louis XV, Friusee Velvtta, and a
few line imported novelties, at $5
Pocket-Books. Pocket-Books.
We will pliiee on tale to-day all
the newest makes in Mikttdo and
other newdeniges, jiiBt received, at
popular prices. ,
Curd Case!-. Card rases.
Beautiful exhibit cf Card Cases
in all the latest designs in ltather.
GeuUt' Famishing Goods.
25 dtii-n Gente'Silk Scarf', new
styles and very desirable ratterr'S
Our regular price 50 :, but to-day
we place this let on sale at 25c
20 dozen Tan Colored Balbvifiran
Suits, shirts and drawers, full regu
lar made. Would be a bargain at 13
Call and make your selection at $2
a suit.
Solid Silverware at Million!'
And it stimulates and promotes tbe
growth of ththair.
r.tirnott'" Fli-Yorng Kraor err the
A M- bt thrilling performance will be
given by Prof. Harry Warner on a
t ight rope t tretched rut over I-nkevie w
for a quarter of a mile, nd at an alti
tude of 100 fttt above the water. This
exhibition wi 1 be freo to all.
For you to 'eave for the summer
until you have bought your trunk and
vahte at the rew Memphis Trunk
Factory, H31 Main street, Goodman &
Barrett. Old trunks repaired promptly
aud neatl .
Mniioirram ItangleMt Trliilforit
At t loan ol Bnilaem, Mar 1HH.
Lean, and Di.ooanU il,180,38 3S
Memphis Compromiae Bond....... Ii5,0o0 00
Cotton Kiotaange Member.hip iJ 00
llankinghonae and olfioe fixture. SO.eilil 00
Kxtenana.. 8,764 66
hight Kiohange 2M,S24 0f
Cub on hand ;W,1K on M,ia) 13
11,772,534 74
Capital Paid up I 600.0C0 00
lindiviiled frtinu.k iin.i.nrx
Interest and Exchange 40,A fti
Depoaiti - 1.01.ia 51
A.Vaeoaro. Wm. A. William.on,
Jnneph Bruce, Napoleon 11111.
H. Du.lley l'rayer, K. Knatey,
S. P. Krad, Benj. Bant,,
John R Pepper, Ja. H. MoDavltt,
laaaa n. onowaon,
WM. A. WILLIAMSON Vice-Pre.ident
S. P. READ Cannier
ON the 1st dar of May, 18W, the Brm ef
tlKKKK A ADAMS, Attorney., was die
olred by mutual oonsent. -
j . m. unbcrv,
a. t. a Diua. LAi-aixca lams.
A.DA.MB c3 1-A.HZHf
Attorneys at Law,
lie. IO Madlaaa : Mranphla, Tea a.
Pr.-li.- in tho State and Federal Court! of
Tennerree, Arkan.M and Mi.;Ui'pi.
JAMES CELL4rrewldCtt(U
Saddles, Harness Collars,
t&" SPECI1L PBICES to Railroad and Levee Coatractors for Wagon, 'Scraper and Cart Harness.
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 tbe 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 Bare the
cost of several new bonnets by buy
ing their Spring Suits at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 2C2 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, eontinne 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
chair before retiring. Before de
ciding to buy elsewhere see the fine
stock at the Misfit Clothing Parlors,
2G2 Secend street.
In writing love letters don't call
your best girl a "ducky darling" more
than 999 times. She might remem
ber that a duck waddles and feels in
sulted at the comparison. Compari
son, however, is the true test of
merit, and comparison shows that
the prices at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors are much less than prices else
where. In spring marriages it will not be
fashionable to have a first-class fight
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 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 oome
to the
Opp. Court Sqaare,
Open evening till , Satnrdara
till II.
H& AH alterations to insure a per
fect fit done free of charge.
N.B. We have several hundred
Seersucker Coats and Vests whioh
will be sold at 11 25.
No. 238 Main Street.
Incorporated lOOO,
TBE course of study 1. extended, thorough
and practical, affording superior facili
ties for obtaining a sound business education.
For Catalogue call at the school-room or
address T. A. LEDD1N, Principal.
J. F. HOLST &BR0.,
(succaasoRS to o. h. holst a bro.
A 'I'LL and complete stock of Wocdand
Metallic Ca.es and Casket., Cloth-Covered
Casket, and Burial Robe, always on
hand. eer-Orders by telegraph promptly
alald. .
Funeral Directors,
James H. Good bar Wm, I Clark I Eagene J. Carrlaatoa Fraak S. laaw
Xaeatja.1ollaab.ecl 1B80.1
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to HKBtHAHTO OWI.T tha largest and best itock of BooU and Shoe, we
hare ever brought to thi. market, and which cannot be surpaased in quality ana
tyle. by any home in this or any other city. In addition to a complete line of Eaitera
made good., inoluding the CELaBkal SO HOOHSaR fc CO. BKOtiaSS, we handle
a large and select stock of Custom-made Goods for Men, Women, Misae. and Children. We
carry a number of the best makes in the country, in ever yarietyand style, and among
themlthe well known Men'. Calf Boot, and Shoe, manufactured by Geo. Hooker for oar
Spring Trade, we al.o carry a choice line of Ladies' and Misses' Custom Kid, Goat and
Calf Goods, manufactured by Kxippendorf, Dittman A Co. We invite the trade to examine
our stock belore buying elsewhere, and we guarantee everything we sell to give satisfaction.
UmillKtK A S O.
MEMPHIS, TENN.. June 1. 1886.
THS firm of ESTES, D0AN k CO. ts this day dissolved hy limitation. The surviving
partner. Z. N. Eites, will settle the business at the orTice of their successors, Z. M.
ESTES A CO., who will continue tha Wholesale Grocery and Cotton Factorage business aa
formerly dona by us. Z. N. ESTES,
E. J. DO AN, Eieootrix.
S. 6.
Z. N. ESTES fc CO,
Vholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
For Judge of the Criminal Court.
MESSRS. Bapoleon II 111, Henry J. Lynn,
John W. Dillard, H. M. Neely, W. I).
Dethe .R-G. Craig 4Co.,G.V. Hambaut,
A. U. Lowenstein, J. S. Menken and othen
In response to your cull upon me to be
come a candidate for the office of Criminal
Court Judge of Shelby county, with sincere
thanks tor your kindness and courtesy, I
hereby announce myself as a candidate for
the position, subject to the action of tha
Democrutio convention.
Clerk of tbe Criminal Court.
WE are authorised to announce R. 6.
CAPERS (for twenty-one years Dep
uty) as a CHndidato for Clerk of tho Criminal
Court of bheiby county, tubject to the Dem
ocratic Convention.
WE are authorized to announce DABN'EY
W. COLLIE K as a candidate for Clerk
of the Criminal Court of bholby county,
subject to the Democratic Convention.
County Court Clerk.
WE .re authorized to announce that
RICHAHl) A. ODLUM Is a candidate
for County Court Clerk, ruhjoct to the action
of the Democratic Convention.
CTTE are authorized to announce P, J.
VV QUIGLKY its a candidate for Clerk of
the County Court, subject to the action of
the Shelby bounty ncmocratia convention.
Jndg-e of the JHrobnte Court.
TO My Follow-Citiiens of Shelby County
Fearing that my circular announcing
my oandidacy for Probate Judge mny hare
failed to reach tunny of you, I take this
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 obeaient servant, T. B. MIC0U.
WE are authorized to annonnce J. P.
YOUNG as a candidate for the office
of Judge of the Probate Court, subjeot to the
action of the County Democratic Convention.
For Trnalee.
WE are authorized to annonnce JOHN
M. BRADLEY as a candidate for
Trustee ol Shelby oounty at the ensuing
August election, subiect to the aotion of tha
Deuiooritio Convention.
WE are authorized to announce AN
DREW J. HA KRIS as a candidate for
re-election to the office of County Trustee,
subiect to tho action ot the Democratic Con
vention. TU E A ppenl is authorized to announce Mr.
H. F. LEMASTEH as a candiuate for
the office of Trustee of Shelby county, sub
iect to the action of the Demoorctio Conven
tion. .
For Atlorney-IJeneral.
"VTE are authorized to announce GEORGE
VV B. PETERS, Ja., .. a candidate for
the office of Attorney-General, aubiect to tha
action of the Democratic Convention.
THE Appeal is autboilted to announces.
D. WEAKLEY ai a candidate for Attorney-General,
subjeot to the Democratic Con
vention. .
For Keglaler.
TO the Voters of Shelby County and My
Friends I hereby announce myself lor
the second time a candidate for the office of
County Register, subject to tbe Democratic
Convention. I am poor and need the otlice.
Feeling that my taet lervice a. a servant of
the people has given satisfaction, and that I
.an come before the lieople and ask tbeir
suffrages and support lor County Heiripter. I
am, respectfully, JOHN A. P0WEL. j
TTTE are authorized to announce N. F. I
TV (BUNK) HARKISON ai a candidate
for Register, subject to the aotion of the
Democratic County Convention.
THE Appeal Is antborized to annonnea
JOHN F. MoCALLUM aa a candidate
for Register, subject to the aotion of the
Demooratio Convention.
THE undersigned annonnce. that he la a
candidate lor Register, and ask. the
support ot the voter, of Shelby county. If
elected, will endeavor to give satisfaction in
the discharge of the duties of the office, and
places his claims subiect to the action of tha
County Democratic Convention.
Memphis, March 28, 1886.
A. uuuuiiAki. in nriiTiiiw, ,,iiu., in
'- candidate for REGISTER, aubiect to the
i Ttnrmr i a - tr .. : 1 1 ir I - -
action of tha Democratic convention.
WE are authorized to announce E. A.
EDMONUS0N a. a candidate for
Oounty Register, .object to the aetion of the
Democratic Convention.
THE Appeal ts authoriaed to announce
JOHN W. GOULD as a candidate for
the office of Register, subjeot to the action ct
tha Democratic Convention.
Jailer or the Circuit Conrt.
WM. S. ILIPPIN is a candidate for Cir
cuit Judge of Shelby County, subjeet
to tha action of a Democratic Convention.
nr. t J , T. T7 to.
TES, JR., a. a candidate for Judge of the
Uirouu uourt, tuojeci 10 toe auuuu si uie
Democratic Convention.
JAMES L. S00DL0E will be a candidate,
before the Democratio Convention, for
nomination to the office of Judge of the Cir
cuit Court: and, if defeated, will aapport
the laccessrul nominee.
We are authorized to annonnce that JOHN
JOHNSTON i. a candidate for Judge of the
Circuit Court ol Shelby County, tubject to
action of the democratic Convention.
1)yrU Inttant relief. Final cnre in
. AAiXifS. ten days, and never returns.
No purge, no salve, no suppository. Suffer
er, will learn of a simple remedy, Free, by
addressing C. J. MAS0N.7S Katiau It., N.l .
E4FJSTYEII, Sec'y and rreaa.
W. B. D0AN.
DURING the season we will receive Ben
Hart'i Berries morning and evening.
Just received a fresh lot of Kennedy Una
Biscuit and Cakes.
Butterscotch, Beatrice, Albert,
Lemon Cream, Jelly Drops, Shrewsbury,
Coeoanut Taffy, Royal Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. Assorted Jelly, Etc.
Corner Second and lleale fStn.
Importer, and dealer! In fan.. Ammo,
liltlou and Flatting; Takle, Bnlldera'
Ilartwnre, Kleelrle Bella and Aa
nnnelatwrafor Hotel, and Residences, 848
Main street, Memphis, T.aa, Eleotrio
supplies always oa hand. Repair's; neatly
Boiler Works.
SHEA k McCABTHY, Propr'a,
UO, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
in tha Booth, and tha only complete
Boiler and Booet-Iron Work, in tile city.
Mannraetarera of heavy plate troa
work of every description. Speolal
atuwtloa alv.e e plantation work
Frank Schumann,
Importer and Dealer in
Unas, Flatting; Tackle and ftporla
men'a Mapnllea. a- Special attention
413 Main MMemp lil. Tenn
Hans, Ammnnition, Fishing Tacklr5
and ItuBH-Kall Hooda.
M Mala Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Manufacturing and Repairing of Gun. a
WANTPtl AGENTS, Men and Worse?
I BIBLE " Introduction by Rev. J. H. Vis
cent, u.u. une agent nas soia to in a zowi
of 674 people; one 73 in a village oi 7iH;ni
new agent 85 in 10 days: one 2n8 in 4 succes
sive weeks; one 40 in 3 days at two d'ierent
times. Experience not necessary Address
CaSKLL A CO. (L't'd).
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WORLD Kv tlirtnmnn. 2ii tstwlrnu laat year. Thor.
oiifth tnitruction in Vix-aland lnvtromriita! Mitilc. riSDoand
Ornan Tuning, Fine Art, Oratory. Literature. Frenrh, Gr
oiu and Italian LaniruafrM. Engliah Uranchoa, OyninaMica.
etc Tuition, g.ltiit'Ji;bordanlronrawithKtiam Ilratand
Elartiic Light, Vtng7.s per term. Full Term beginl Sep.
temberl, l.v. srlm:elratdralenaiif,witb f:ill Informatnm.
eddrwa, E. TCH'HJKS, Dir., FrmnaLa 8q., BOSTON. Uaaa.
Mississippi &Tcnnessee U.TL Co.
MorkhnlilerV Meellnar.
MiarHia. Tn., May 12. 1886.
HE President and Direotor. of the Mis
sissippi and Tennessee Railroad Com
pany, in accordance wit a section. 15 of tha
charter of said Company, hereby wll a gen
eral meeting of the sto?kho)ders in this Com
pany, to be held in the office of die Compa
ny, in Memphis, Tear,., on Wedneeday,
the Soils etny nt Juue,lHH6. for the pur
pose of considering and acting en the con
trast, authorized by thi. Board on the 11th
dayol May, 1886: As to a l!ni?n Passenger
Depot, a. to Track en River Front in Mem
pjis, a. to Gravel and use of Terminal Fa
cilities of thi. Company.
By order of the President and Board ot
S. H. LA KB, Secretary.
Thi. clebrated Hol.tein-Friesian Bull
will be , ,t 110 Jefferson street lor the nexl
fifteen d ays. His sire is at the head of Smith
A Pow.ll . h.rrl, and is retarded ai one ol
the bejt milk and butter bu is ever imported.

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