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The Memphis appeal. (Memphis, Tenn.) 1886-1890, June 22, 1886, Image 8

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ui attar If ay 1. IK. puitiiH trains oa
thil ni
ad will tin uimioi
Flbl MAIL."
boa ih.
North. '
A 4:30 n.sn :) a.m
.B : p.nl 7:21 e.es
.C...llJ:i p.m :OT a.
D..l lrOO e.mj 1:11 a.
Hamoa -
:28 a. nil : I'.m
Baton Hear
:U a.m T:M
:0 a.m 8:W p.m
Few Orleans-
A With all lines enuring MemphU.
I-With M. A N. W. R. R. lor Helena.
C-for Greenville and Huntington, and aU
Arkansas point.
P With V. A M. and V., S. P. Railroad.
I-With N., J. A C. H. K. for batches and
F For Point tha Branch,
ft With steamer lor Bayou Sara.
H-With railroad diverging lor Florida,
Tela and Cnastipoinu.
J AS. M. HOWARDS. V. P.andQ. M.
A. J.kNAPP. U. P. A.
laalaalppl and Tenneaaee. Train
Biove as t-Jlo wa : New Orleans aall arrive
daily at Sift a.m.; leave daily at 6:110 fa.
Bardi accommodation arrive! daily at i:tf
a.m. : leaves daily at b-.'JH p.m. New Orlaant
Jiail train will not ttop at any flat Million
alwaan Memphis and Kardis. or at While
aven, Horn Laka. Nevt.it and Lota. Freight
trains do not carry passengers.
Newport Hew and St laalaalppl Tail
lay. Trainl mora aj loilowt: i ail 'In
laaTaa at 10:10 a.m.; tit. Louis fast line
Usves at .:90 p.m. I Kail line arrive at 1:30
p.m. : hi. Louli fail line arrive at tt:(fl a.m.
Lonlavllle and Niaaliwlllei Tralni
fore ae follow: Fast mail arrives daily at
lift a.m.! leave at 10:111 p.m. I mail leave
dally at l'hlu e.ui.s arrive at 4:00 p.m.
Brownrvills aeooinrnndetlom leave daily
icept Sunday, at n:(p.m.l arrives daily,
aicapt Sunday, at H.hn a.m. (standard lima).
'fJesnphl and l.lltle Rm-k. Trains
nova a follow (rentral Handed time):
No. 1 leaven daily at b:'Jf P.m, I arrives at
t :W p.m. No. leave at n:HS a.m.: arrive
at': V a.m. No. 6 (freight) leave Hoprfleld
dally (eicapt Sunday) at 6:00 a.m.; arrive
at 7:10 p.m.
Mesnphl and Chnrlealon Train
aiov a follows: Throuiih express leaves
dally at 10:20 p.m. Mail and express leaves
daily at 10:00 a rn. Horoerville accommoda
tion leave daily, icpt Sunday, at 6:M
p.m. Through express arrives daily at 8:2A
a. 31. Mall end express arrives daily at 1 :M
S.m. HomerviUe eocommodntlon arrive
aily, aired Sunday, at B;HU a.m. . HU
tlnlf "nnle (Kanaae Clly.Wprlnsr
flrM anil Wemphlsi) Train leave M. and
T. depot a follow: No. 4, Knna City.ex
prers, leaves at 10:4o a.m.) No. 3, Kansa
City express arrive at n:W p.m. No. 2,
Kansas City mall, leave atn:l p.m. t No.U,
Kansas City mail, arrives at S:t7 a.m. No.
t, St. Loais and Chicaao eipres. leaves at
8:01) p.m.t Na. 1, St. Louis and Chlcaox
rres, arrive at :45 a.m. In effoct Sunday,
April IS, lM.i ava, I'JH
Oisxnpbla, nirmlaiKhnni and Allan.
ailo llollv Bprinirs Rout Train move aa
followsi No. 1 leaves Memihls dally at 8:4.
m.t arrives at Holly Springs at f):M p.m.t
No. 2 leaves IMly Hnrinaa dally at 6:00
am., arrival mi Mamnilis at II lS a.m. ! No.
6 leaves Memphis dally at 7:18 p.m., arrives
at Holly Hpri
holly Siirln
aamphli '
t Holiy riprlngs at n:in p.m. I no. n leaves
is dally at i:la a.m., arrive at
R-4r. a.m.
For llitsimirjri, local rain, follmoed ty
fair wtalhrr ; windi generally nortlierly ;
tHigMy warmer.
For Arbinmn, JxmUiana and Texas,
generally fair weather; ilighlly cooler;
Itindt generally northerly.
Fur Ki-nlucky and Tennessee, local
raini, followed by fair weather; tlationary
I fmperatarr; variable windi,
otorolKlonl Hvporl,
MiarHil, Tskk., June 21, 1888.
Tiiue. liar. T!ur. Wind. Mi'Uier
7:00 a.m. '.1)1)11 07 0 N.K. Cloudy
11:00 a.m. L.D'.'S (W.O NK. Cloudy
3:00 p.m. 311.887 77.0 N.W. Cloudy
7:00 p.m. '(I.H85 (i!.8 N.K. Lt.rnln
10:00 p.m.l'-ft SS5 (1H.H N.K. Vr.
Maximum tomporature, 79.0.
Minimum tampcraturo, Ott.O.
RAlnfall, 0.23.
Oiono, 11 o'cltHik a.m., 1.
let lb 'otloa) Krcloai.
Siomal Skrvicb, U. P. Armt,
June 21, 1886-0 p.m.
Dlvialon 0! tolPKrami n'l rppoHa (or
the ben h fit of commerce and agrlcnl
ture. Cotton region btillntin for tha
twentr-fonr honrs ending June l!Hh, 5
o'clock p.m.
MKalPIIlB DIB- ftgi lgl I
TB1CT. j ? J ? I j
Memph'ia 7tt Ort.O .17
Grand Junction... 7A 03 1.0ft
Bolivnr 77 05 .30
Oxfird 82 (17 .1)0
Holly Kprlmrs 78 M .01
Oorinth 7 03 .05
Tuacumbia 7ft 61 101
Decatur 81 65 .4ft
BcotUboro 70. fit) .40
Paris 70 55 .30
Milan 82 Ofl
Brownsville......... 79 05 .44
Arlington 83 4 .07
Grenada 81 OH .00
Hernando 80 65 .SO
Bateevllle 77 68 .00
Ooviuuton... 78 (Ml .83
Dyersburg 80 60 .00
flashYllle 76 65 .48
Bnma 14!)5 1220 7.56
Means 78.7 014 .40
The continued rain comes In for
its share of commeut, from the farmer
The celebrated C H. M. Hmith
care came up in the Criminal Court
yesterday and was continued again.
PresMent llsdden has determined
to collect all! the tines in cash here
after. He will do no more holding up,
The papers In tbe damage suit of
the Memphis City Railway againat the
city for rlamaiice were setved upon
Piesidont Hidden yeeierday.
A few people are making prepara
tions to go away for the summer, but
the army of slay -at-homes will be
much larger than ever before.
The Typogiihical Union picnic,
advertised for yesterday, was pest-
Soned on account of the weather. Its
ate will be announced in a few days.
The city is rapidly se tling down
to the season of summer somnolence.
The cheerful chirp cf the candidate is
one of the few sigrs of activity in the
Vice PiosideutL9ake.o( the Mem
phis R;rn)inEhatn and At'antic rail
road, who is president of a company
o vun t g immense tracts of land in Ala
bama, lias gone t ) Mobile.
Tbe friends of home rule ia Ire
land will decide upon tho date for a
grand picric at an adjourned meeting
to te held at the Knights of Innisfail
Hall this evening at S o'clock.
The third number of Mr. George
THut'a weekly, the Memphis llcpu-
limn, is at bind. It is not too tuuen
to say of him that be mskos all that
anyone could out of so for urn a caute.
Piof. II. Warren did not wa'k the
wire last evening, ae announced, owing
to the rain, bnt will do fo this after
noon about 5 o'clock at the toboggan,
which opens at 2 o'clock. Fireworks
tonight will be among the attractions.
Deputy Hheiifl' J. M. Gathing
passed through tbe city yesterday on
bis way hornet-) Aberdeen, Mias., in
charge cf Frank Garth and Ne'son
Sima, colored, who are charged with
harino, jumped tbeiroopa.
aVrrangemenU Lav been made
with the various railroads to cairy
delegates to the Democratic Conven
tion of the Second Cooirrwsional Dis
trict of Mississippi, which conwnea
at Oxford on the 231 instant, at one
and one-third of regular fare.
The county Republicans are still
keepirg very dark. Tbey have not
yet fixed the time for tbeir conven
tion, but it does not matter. The con
vention will be a mete matter of form.
The machine has already gronnd out
the candidates after the manner of a
tatuam s' offer.
Thurtday evening, 24th instant,
an entertainment will be Riven for the
benefit d frt. Mary's Ca'hedral at the
residence of Mr. It. C. Brinklcy,
I'op'ar snd Manpwus street, which
will coriat of a choice musicale un
der (be direction of Prof. Levy, after
which drncing will follow. Admis
sion, 60 cents.
Friday niifht and Saturday after
noon, at the VounK Men's Hebrew Ae
aociaMon Hall, there will be an enter
tainment for the ben.flt of the Firat
Methodist Church. The Fairy Bridal,
a cantata, wi 1 be given in firet-claBs
etyle. A number of very bright young
people will take par1, among them
Wins A. (.reenwood.
The romarks of Old War Horie,
Sunday iiiorning. on the workingmao
qufs Ion, were widely reid, geneially
endorsrd br the workinirnion and
perused ith alarm by the dema-
KOgurs wuo, poeing as toners lor tnuir
daily bieid, hope to win prtferment
through the credulity of priy leaders.
The Democra's have no' yet
chosen their iardrd bearers. Nei'licr
have the Keiuiblicaus. It is perfectly
pla n, tbfiefore, that so fur there Is no
xcuse lor an irjiio.ierjiieni inovemeiu.
Thrs9wlio are aifiiating it now ate
doing bd because they realize that they
will not liavd the uUml 01 a snow lu
either convention.
The lecture to be delivered next
TliuiBday night at lb Young Mens
Christina Amtociation Hall for 1 lie ben
efit, of the Yonng Men's Temperance
Union should and doubtlms will be
well attend. d. Mrs. Lido Meriwether
ia a Unified and graceful speaker, and
lias her heart in the woik for whoee
benefit she will lecture.
The darkies have grasped at the
workingmao idea with the greatest
av!d!ty. They declare' that if the
white workinginen have two puted
they are entitled to at least three. So
far aa the white artieansare concerned
they pay very little heed to the mouth
ings of a few "aspirants for ollies who
happen to belong to their lodges.
Chairman Hiaimlitir it bard at
work peifectlng his plan for supplying
the Jail and Courthouse with clear
water. A new engine ami boiler and
two tanks will be necetsary. The coBt
will De 4Kui, which win 1 11 mi re a
laily supply cf 1000 gallons. At the
present rate the cxt of supplying
water and light would be $13,51 0.
A great deal of complaint is made
of the robbery of suburban flower-
bmls. In many raseithe mist beau
tiful loor yards have boon utterly
ruined by the vandals, who cut and
sIhhVi at valuab'e plants, malic ImHy
destroying those they ao unable to
carry awny. A lew well-dirt cted loads
of buckshot wou'd have a beceucial
John Ilradlev is displaving a sv
iravitv worthy of an old bead in bis
canvass for the nomination of County
Trustee. The manner in which lie
has conducted himself, where a man
of twice bis yeard wou'd havo b-en
exrusel for making mistakes, hae
awaket ed a rot ti lent o in him and an
enthusiaem for him that will be heard
from in the couven'iou and before the
-The sweet girl graduate swarms
on the city ttt'eeta. Of a few of them
it might be sung that she knew the
mighty giants and the nmHt'ir nilnds
of.sclence, all the Warning that was
turning In the tmrnirg mum 01 man,
hut she couldn't prepare. a dinner for
gaunt and hungry sinner, or gut up
a decent supper l r her poor voracious
papa, for Bhe never was constructed
on the old domestic plan.
There Is considerable complaint
among sportsmen about pot-hunters
slaughtering doves at this season ot
the year. This is wholly unjustifiable,
and should he condemned in the
strongest teims. Every old dove shot
at this time means the starvation of
two or three youn onus, which are as
yet too young to lly or leave the nests.
It is rumored that several parties are
organizing to go out dovrt-shootiiig on
the Fourth of July. It is to bo hoped
that this statement of facts will atop
them, as no true sportsman would be
guilty of eush general and unjustifiable
A pxnic prophecy, from the Smo-
ervillu Journtii;
The picnic mason now is hers,
And the paragraphia!
Mml furhirh ui with new veneer
The Jest we long have uiitsed.
The young man in the new light pant
Will cruih the blithe nih pie;
The aamlwlchn alivr with ant
Will make the children cry.
tit ElS
Inve will loll.
When all al once the timid maid
W ill see a snake and yell.
The mnn who swings the pretty girls
Will make his shoulders latuei
The dude who trips to row a boat
Will wonder why he came.
The thunder-storm that ends thr fun
Will crah down prompt at fouri
down proi
With stimlrd rhrieks the girls will ran
And drabbled skirts dt'plvro.
Oh, yes. the picnic season's here.
And (he paragraph!!
Will do his duly, never feat
And yet, he'd not he missed.
Hole Agents for Horace K. Kelly
t'o.' Key West Cigars.
The trade supplied at New York
prices. A full anwirtinent constantly
on band at tne following stands con
trolled by us: Uayoso Hotel stand,
Pcabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Freeh shipments received
weekly. i. ramkijioii a co.
Plllipbiirs I.mup Coal
At 33c per bnrrel.
Sniiiim'k Itrfort,
F.lctant accommodations for $10 and
f 12 per week at the nir-st charming
and deliahtful summer resort In Wis
consin. A beautiful lake and elegant
mineral spring are attractions. rite
for circular and rates.
Madison, Wis.
Mrs, HiittenbvraT.
Awnings, tents, cots, mattresses and
tarpaulins made at -Ji becond street,
Slouograiu Ilangtea; SI al ford
Pbimi declamation at Rolte Gram
mar School to-night at 8 o'clock.
Dr. C. SvriiK, No. 245 Second street,
will be abtent this week profession
al ly.
Will F. Nabim of Washington, D.
C, Is in the citv, the guest of bis sis
ter, Mrs. . A. 'Kelling.
Capt. and Mas. amm Lek, Miss
Georgia and Ora, left Sunday night
for a trip to Kentucky.
T. B. Micoc, who la a candidate for
Probate Judge, has been ill for several
days, but is again on bil feet.
Mihs Ankis Iks Fikdbb has gone
Kant to pursue btr studies in art at the
School of Design, Pittburg, Pa.
Thomas 8. MartiN.sou of the Rev. J.
L.Martin,D.D ,of Memphis.will gradu
a e from fcfou'h Carolina Collfge, Co
lumbia, S. O. (Sute University) next
Thurt day, June 24'h,taking two diplo
mas, A. B. and A. M. H's essava for
graduation were: For A. li. on "Geo
lcgical Observation"; for A. M. on
"Mind, the Function of Highlv
Evolved Matter." Thia latter is said
to b the tint st that was banded in
this year.
The Forked Deer Blade, published
at Jackson, Tenn., transmits to its
columns the resolutions of the Shelby
county Democtacy indorsing Col.
Loonev. and savs: "Col. Looney is
one of tbo Brandt st men of the South,
and 'b loved and honored by all who
know lim both at homo and abroad.
His reputation as a true Democratand
a high-toned gentleman is not con
fined to the touth, but is national.
No better man conld be selected for
(iovernorof the SLate."
A novelty in the way of floor dec
ora'ion baa been introduced in Mem
phis by the euterprising Ike Saruelson
in fitting up his new quarters on Main
Htieet. The front cf the (tore is laid
in va-iegated tiles, a number of which
are inliiid viith s andard silver dollars,
Theie is but one other place in the
United states ornamented in this
manner, and the effect produced is
very novel and striking. Mr. Saniol
b n will have the finest cigar and to
bacco hou'e in the South. It comes
high, but Ike cays he muat lead in
that as in everything else. The store
was crowded a 1 day with a curious
throng watching the operation.
GOc will buy $1 60 Silks.
$ 1 00 will buy f 3 00 silks.
Bulance of our beautiful Embroid
ered Charubray Kobes at ti 50.
White Hobes, 1 60.
10,000 yards ritiid and Striped
White India Linen at 7jc, regular
price 12Jc. Today only at 7Jc.
Come early.
A ti lice to 9Iothern.
Mm. Wlnalow's Soothing Syrup
should always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves tho little
suflerers at once; it produces natural.
quiet sleep by relieving tne cniut
oiu pain, ana tne nine cneruo
awakes as "bright as a button." It is
ery pleasant to taste, it sootnes ttie
lild. nnftens tbe minis, allavs all
, .
ain, relieves winu, reguiau nie
iowcIs, and 1b tbe best known remedy
for diarrhcoa. whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty-
five cents a bottle.
To Attend the Clearing Sale of
Are selling the stock of Boots and
Mines they ptircha'edof B. Iiwen
etein & Bros, at manufacturers'
cost, and their own superb goods
Be sure to come very soon. The
gile will not continue vory
much longer.
ZELLNEK & Cf).,3O0 Main Street,
txile Agents for the celebrated
Mikado and Wigwam
Owinii to change of gauge we are now
prupared to couiraet lor present or
future delivery of Alabama splint coal
at reduced rates.
Sett allMla;) at Eacomsinitno to !
your Plssmbln.
Central Nurtiery,
09 Market street. Telephone 717.? Re
duction of price for balance of the
Dyeing Hint tieHulng.
Ladies' and genta' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid glovea,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Reigel,58 J etferson street, Mem.
phis, Tenn. (-Jooda wmvh1 bv expreaa
Pratt (alii Co.
Attention la directed to the card of
Smiley, Smith A Co., manufacturers of
the celebrated Pratt gins. These gins
are made in Memphis, of best mate
rial, by a reliable Urin, snd can be re
lied on to prove tatlffactory.
Mnlford, Jeweler, 204 Main,
oclta orders from the country.
It Is Not slight
For you to leave for the summer
until you have bought yonr trunk and
valiro at the new Memnhis Trunk
Factory, 331 Main street, Goodman A
Barrett. Old trunks repaired promptly
and noatl .
Fine Watch repairing at Mulford'p
resaMMljr IIII.
C. B. O ALLOW AT k CO Paoriirroa.
Rata fu '0 and 13 par 4ar, atoorJing to
(is and loeatioa of room tipacial
rata mad.
J A Itlai-kwood, Ark
Mis E Kalir. Ark
S W Tapiian.Tena
T K Feund.r. Mil
K O Laagbvrne, Va
W Baldwin. N Y
R A Owea Aw, La
6) W Aani'iii Mo
Chu E Lino. Mo
J W Power. S J
I) L Cadmus, Ark
J YY t-argent, Mia
J W CuUer. Miss
11 H Wateri.Mo
J P Sheridan. Mo
W E Flvnn. Mo
L White, Kf
I . II 1 1 , , . , L
A J Naltr, Aw, Ark
F D Fliopin, Tenn
Mr A M Cooke, Tenn
A A McKannon, Toon
JT Illaok, Ohio
T Matthews, Ohio
8 A Pepper, Tenn
A E Hume, Mass
H E Brawner, Col
B hieser, Wi
P Stow. Mo
J H Zadeck, Miss
W C 8aun ars. Tenn
J T) Branson. Mass
J Mi-Donald, Mo
A Uiflla. Mo
L J Baker. Ia
Mis K Kejrnolds. Ark
Master Hevnolds.ArkM Opperheimer. Ky
w D fclierrill, lena u V latum, Ky
U 11 Mtlo;li, Ky
h Kattinan, Tenn
Al Childars, Ky
i W Argenbright, N V
W fi Moor, Tenn
T Freeman, Mis
II B Henley, Ark
J (J Ijevi, hr
J Montague, Tenn
H Phillips. Tenn
H .MrOomb Tenn
C P Kennedv. Kf
J n sin la, l enn
W L bhiili ler, Ala
W T Cnrtwrisht, TannW VVo.,d, Ky
V w (-harp, .Miss
E J MonUj y.
W M Msrshsil, Ind
M Schwab, Mo
W Bringel, lena
Chaney, S Y
L Cohen, Mir
F C Iliiun, Mis
K D Jlurs', Miss
A Loeb, Ky
W It Hoberli, Tenn
J W Allison, Tenn
YV J gtubbs, Ohio
M Lauler, ' liio
W S Boyd, Ky
Mirs EFrioe, Ark
MixsU Smith, Ark
3 W Anderson, N Y
II W Jackson, ill
J B Mattingly, Mil
0 F Peacock, K Y
W Macmastvr, Ore
.) W Toinnierson, Mo
W ti Pattiron, Tenn
M Monaghan, jr, Tenn
1 Slaughler, Ohio
T Loeb, Ohio
B F Murtin, Ind
Mi'sBPrire, Ark
B Price, Ark
W K Mudd. Mo
T P Johnston, Ala '
A M Morris, Ky.
Tbe New Umyonn,
Phoi-bi BTinta.
Rates, 12 CO to $4 per day, according to loca
tion of rooms.
W A Saunders, Tenn AM Littlejohn , Tenn
O D Emanuel, La L II Lanier, jr. Tenn
L Wuoster, Ark A M Bolton, Ark
V A Odium, Tenn J W Ualbrath, Tonn
J li Uuigley, lenn J A Sullivan, tia
J ll tunk Aw. I'll N J Martin, Min
J Patterson, Tenn J Smith, Ark
J NWithersp"on,Ark T Downey, Mo
C I) CalTrey, Mo D O Mouton, Mo
J S Burt, NC HF Tate. Tenn
J C Pritchett, Miss J L Smith Aw, Tenn
I) A Scult. Tenn J M heed. Tenn
L C ltruughton. Mill R Wilkinton, Miss
5M Sherer, Mm
N Couinton, Miss
J F.I I is. Term
W Aliernathy, Tenn
W M Keller, Tenn
C E Lindsay, Tenn
W V Ailama. N Y
A J npenoer, uniHS
H bow i, Tenn
F Welch, Tenn
A A Jabine, Tenn
J U ltra, Tenn
W CSherruil, Ala
L A Jones, Tenn
W A Morrow, Ohio
11 I Ilainos, Mo
Mrs R C Kennedy, AUK B LuPree, Mo
C C Webb. Tenn
M W Lewis. Ky
D U McNairy, Ky
J 11 Webb, Ky
Hary Bruton.NY
F S Woodson, Va
R J Harris, Mis
r Macaw, La
Win Brady, Ohio
J M Keplor, Mo
II 11 Harris, Miss
J L Butterfleld, Ark
Wm Bethel, Ton
F D Far abee, Tenn
y uarrate, Arte
J K Haines, Tenn
II U Smith, hy
nr a v longo, Ky
Chas Bainbereor, Ky 11 Goldsmith. Ky
W i; iMclnio-o. lenn u r. tieatri, lenn
L Lnmb, Tenn C H Footo, Mo
Mrs I McKeo, Tenn S M Fuci.'h, N 0
H W tiray. Mo K li Strong, Mo
J II Stone, Ala R J Homers, Ala
1) 1 Hodge, Alans a J Morris, lenn
M rsRL Kauf manTenn A U Wiles Ark
C O Harmon, Ark.
Kaaton's Hotel.
W. ti. BINUII AM Makaokr.
European plan. Enlarged and refurnished.
1'rioes according to sua ana loca
tion of rooms.
J I. Hall. Ark A 8 Duncv. Ark
li M bhorwood, lenn m ivarren, jr.. Mo
A Hamilton. Ark
W II Marohall. Ill
R H Preston. Was
Butler Hcirer. Ark
J W Lowman, Miss
(I S Honderson, Miss
B Hughes. M&C It R
J W Terry 4 s. Miss
H J bvans, Tixas
W W Stuart, Miss
A U Aunnison. Miss
O Cheaires, rr. Miss
K H Hums. Miss
Mii-s K Tobio, Miss
Mrs J 11 Stafiord, Miss Miss F I'ewey, Mis
Miss L Waiter. Miss Miss P Walter. Miss
J A Beronlo. .Mil's
Jno A Walker, Miss
W 11 Maynard, Miss
R W llai ey, Tenn
W K Smith. Ark
W II Irwin, Aliss
0 L Carter iUs, Miss
Waltor Tenn, Tenn
LC H u tor, Miss
L J McComb, Miss
M 8 Huier, Mi
Oscar White, Tenn
J II SwitTonl jr, Miss
W A hlliott, Miss
J L Lampson, Tenn
W LOrahitm.Tenn
J B Chaplain, Ark
D V Ott. Ind
W V Muxwe . U o A K h Kioi v. Ark
J II Stiiflord, Miss W F Kniney, Miss
j C Cravens, Miss t M Khelhy, Ohio
W r Jackuian, Ark Abe Murks, Mui
T J Lowe, Ark JnoH Aiiums, Ark
PJ U'Laughlin, Ark M L Roberts, Ark
tl E Crutchfla d. Ark M A (Jrecg, Mo
A S Kosenncld, JN I J 11 l-nrriy. lenn
R V. Hnbinson. Tenn Miss M erner. Ark
Miss L Wernor, Ark Miss B Crittenden, Ark
Mrs StovensA2.TennJohn Mevens, lenn
8 K Eckers, Tono A M Musson, Tenn
W P ii i. Ark II W Kosowarm. Ill
J A Avery, III M Schwab, Mo
S U Shock. Tenn J li we ton, anss
Mrs M V Walton. MissMonry Walton. Miss
Jai es Wallon, iVi.a Mr 11 KnowlU'S. Ark
Miss Knowlton, atk itiiss Liuta I'rice, Ark
Ed E Williams, Ark.
Duffy's Enrosisi Holtl,
Corner of Adam and Main street. Rooms,
otto, 75o and 11 per aay: Amorican nan,
per day.
Vtrat-ctaaa Restaurant in tha Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (1U years withPeabody Hotel)
C J Warner, Tenn
M R Rhodes, Mo
W B Adams, Mo
L C Davidson, To I
Wm Johnson, Ark
O Hutley, Miss
11 II King, Mo
R J Dodd, Ark
P II Manor, Tenn
M II Duval, Mis
W 11 Hall, Tenn
W Kay, Mis
W O Royers, Tenn
J II Lewis, la
J T Miuiire, Miss
M W Henry, Tex
B L Milam. Tenn
W C Coleman, Mo
L C Huter, Miss
W M Krai I, Miss
A C Prutzmnn, Miss
C S Ilibbln, Miss
A A Martin, Tenn
E J Seanlon, Ark
J J McCaswell, Miss
B S Conley, Mo
F Foster, Tenn
O II Dewls, Ark
8 R Dowdy, Tenn
P M Morris, Tenn
W L Shidoler, Ala
L P Tata. Mo
O J Sutton, Ark
C L Adam. Mo
J M Davidson, Tex
L C Andrews, Ark
T M Rutley, Mo
M T Fleming, Tenn
R R Wilder, Tenn
W B Clark, Ark
M II Watts, Ohio
Z T Hodges. Ark
Mrs M Lattle & f, Fla
R P Brown, Tenn
J 0 Morrison, Tenn
J N Adkins, Tex
DC Barrow, Ark
8 B Stewart, Tens
W A Klhott, Mi
0 Chapman, By
w r McUougal. Tenn
W C Sanders, Ohio
0 Hoefol, Tenn
T 0 Turk, Tenn
J P Watt, Tenn
W Ragsdnle&f. Ark
P R Juhnson, Ark
J M Uuthings, Miss
W L Rogers, Tenn
P J Ames, Minn
W 8 McFarland, Tenn
R II Brown, Ind.
Orderw9Iiillord Made Mm?r1C
Tbk Coldvrator road rart is the het.
They can be seen at Touilin & Bsnjes's,
171) Main street.
Ue to Rntleflge at lJUOinanluo for
yortr PlnmblssaT Una-l'lttlng
A Druggist's Ntory.
Mr. Inaao O. Chapman, druggist,
New bum. N. Y., writes na: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balsa'n for
the Lungs. I can say of it what I
nannnt hbv of anv other medicine, I
. f . , ,
have never ueara a customer speaa or
it bat to praise Its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a groat many cases of whooping
cough, with tne nappies. enecia. i
have used it in my own family for
manv veara: In fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
Nolid Silverware at MnlfonU'
Tuk bovs want them, the farmers
will have them, and the turfman
would not be without the Coldwa'er
road carL
Isaacs A Co.'s antiquarian book
store and circulating library has re
moved Irom No. 316 becond to No. 419
Main street
Tomlim A Bknjbs are the sole agents
for the Coldwa'er road rarta. the best
riilina cart in the world 179 Main
And it stimulates and promotes the
rmwui nf thecair.
Snrrmtt's Florin(t'RXT!tvtria
Ir you want comfort and style com
bined, (ret a Coldwater road cart at
Toinlin A Benjea's, 179 Main street.
JAMES C. BELL, President.
Noa. 290 and 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS,. .TENT.,
tor SPECIAL PRICES to Railroad
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 rn a a who comes homo 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 aoed 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, continne to buy their
clothing at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 262 Seoond street.
Curl-papers will be much worn in
the morning, but lalse 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,
2C2 Secend street..
In writing love letters don't call
your best girl a "ducky darling" more
than 9H9 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 suit at tho Misfit Clothing
Parlors, 2C2 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,
evening: till 9, Saturdays
till 11.
& AH alterations to insure a per
feet fit done free of charge.
N.B. We have several hundred
Seersucker Coata and Vests which
will be sold at II 25.
No. 238 Main Street.
Incorporated XOGO
THE eour of study is extended. thorougii
and practical, affording eapenpr fili-
f.,r ..f.i.inin. aaound business education.
Kor Catalogue eall at the school-room or
adira T. A. LEDUIN. Principal.
J. F. II0LST &BR0.,
(succsesoBS to o. h. ioubt a sbo.
Funeral Director,
A FULL and somplet i .tock f Woodi sd
A. MUllieCaeandCasket, Clothoy
end Casket and Burial Robe always oa
hand. -Orders bf Ulraph promptly
aiald.kj ' .
IO ?! M
E. F.
and Leree (oatractorg for Wagon,
I Janar H. eoodbar I Wm. L. riairk I Ba;ise J. CarrlssKtoa TrmmU S3.
sast a. loll six eel. lOOO.I
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WI offer to M K RSJ If A NTS) OBI1.Y the largest and best stock or Boots and Shoes 4
have aver brought to this market, and which cannot be surpassed in quality and
styles by any house in this or any other city. In addition to a complete line of Eastern
made goods, including the CKLliBHSaTKD SJOOISBAK at C O. BHOUAftN, we handle
. l.ra. .n A ajkUftt atnOr nf Custom-made Goods for Men. Women. Misses and Children. Wfli
carry a number of the best makes in tha country, in every variety and style, and among
them th well known Men' Calf Boot and Shoe manufactured by Geo, Hocker for oar
Spring Trade. VV also carry a choice line of Ladies' and Misses' Custom Kid, Goat and
n.ir dnnria. mennfaftured hv Kriooandorf. Dittman k Co. Wa invite tha trade to egamina
our itock before buying elsewhere, and wa guarantee everything wa sell tn give satisfaction
TBS firm of ESTES, DOAN A CO. Is this day dissolved by limitation. The surviving
partner. Z. N. E'tes, will settle the business at tha office of their successors, Z. N.
ESTES 4 CO.. who
formerly dons by ui
ESTES k CO.. who will continue the Wholesale
8. S.
Vholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
For Judge or tbe Criminal lonrl.
MESSRS. HapoIeon Hill. Honry J. Lynn,
John W. Dillard, II. SI. Keely, W. 1).
Beth . R. (J. Craig iCo...V. Kambaut,
A. h. Lowenstein, J. S. Menken and others
In response to your call upon me to be
come a candidate for the office of Criminal
Court Judged Shelby county, with sincere
thanks lor your kindness and courtesy, I
hereby announce rnyelf as a candidate for
tbe position, subject to th action of the
Democratic conveotion LAMBETH.
Clerk or tbe Criminal Conrt.
WE are authorised to announce R. 8.
CAPERS (for twenty-one years D-p-nty)
as a candidate for Clerk of the Criminal
Court of Shelby county, subject to the Dem
ocratic Convention.
WE are anthorited to announce DABNEY.
W. COLl IEKas a candidate for Clerk
of the Criminal Court of Shelby county,
subject to the Democratic Convention.
t'onnty Conrt Clerk.
TBE Aprrn. in authoriied to announce P.
M. WINTERS as a candidate for Coun
ty Court Ciera, nuaieut to tbe action of the
Democratic Convention.
tttv. .r anthor red to announce that
V V RICHARD A. 0DLUM Is a oandidata
for County Court Clerk, subjcot to tha action
of the Democratic convention.
TV arm antbnriaad tn announce P. J.
IlllIDt.kY a. a candidate for Clerk of
tha County Court, subject to the aotion ol
tile Olicioy VOUU.T lcicocraiic v.'iocmiyn
Judu;e or the Probate Conrt.
rpO MyFellow-Cltiiens of Shelby County
X fearing mat my circular announcing
my candidacy for Probate Judge may have
failed to reach many of you, I take this
m.ik n in ri a ti nun n cinir mvseii a canui-
ili for that office, subject to the action of
tha approaching Uemocratio county ccn-
ventien, ana respeciiuuy bsk your imu auii
rort in my behalf. I have the honor to be
your obeaient servant, X. B. MiUUU.
TXT F .r. .uthnrUad in annonnna J. P
W Vol Nil aa a candidate for the office
of Judge of tbe Probate Court, subject to the
action 01 the county ircmocrauc vouvouuuu!
For Trustee.
WE are authoriied to announce JOHN
M. BKADLEV a a oandidata lor
Trustee ot Shelby county at the ensuing
August election, subject to tne action oi tua
Demoorauc convention.
T ITU ... anthnrtaad to announce AN-
VV nu VV .1 II A KHTS aa a candidate for
re-eleotion to the office of County Trustee,
subject to the action ol ma xremocrauo vou-
mil It Ann. at Is anthnriaad to announce Mr,
JL N.F. LEMASTER a a candidate for
the office of Trustee ol enemy couniy, uo
iect to the action of th Demooratio Conven
For Allorne-Oeneral.
WE are authorised to announce GEORGE
B. PETERS, Jr.. a a oandidata for
tha office of Attorney-General, subieot to tha
action 01 the lstnooratia convention.
mnn Ann.al It nn'hnrlted to announce S.
1 D. WEAKLEY as a candidate for Attorney-General,
subject to th Democratic Con
vention. m
For Reglater.
mo h VnUra nf Shelby County ant
L Friends I hereby announce mysalf lor
h. .aennd lima a candidata for the bm(
County Register, subject to th Democratic
P.no.ntinn. I am roor and need the office.
Feeling that my past service as a servant of I
th people has given satisfaction, and that 1
an eonio before the people and ask their
suffrages and support for County Register, I
am, respectfully, J0EN A. POWEL.
.. . . . T
W are authorised to announce n. r.;
(BI NK) HARRISON a a candidal '
for Register, subject to the aotion of th
Democratic County Convention.
THE Appeal Is author'rel to annonno
JOHN F. McCALLUM as a candidal
for Register, aubject to th aotion oi th
Demooratio Convention.
THE nndtrslgnad announce that he Is a
candidate lor Register, and aks the
upport ot the voter of Shelby county. It
elected, will endeavor to give satisfaction in
the discharge of the duties of th office, aad
places his claims subject to the action of th
Memphis, Maroh 38. 1886.
- nntroT. S nf K.rrville. Tenn.. i a
O. ca'ndidaU for REGISTER, subject to th
action of th Demooratio Cojvention.
WE ar authorised to announc E. A.
EUMOKDSON a a eandiiata. for
County Register, subject t th aUn of th
Democratic Convontion.
THE Appeal Is authorised to annouao
JOHN W. GOULD a a eaadidate for
the office of Register, suiot to in aauu w
th Democratic Convention.
jnilge of tbe Ctrcnlt Court.
TTTM R STT.1PPIH is a caadidat for Cir-
W cui- Judge of Shelby County, subject
to th action of a DaoratM Convonuon
We are aulhoriaad to announce L. H. ES
TES, JR., a a candidal forjudge of th
Circuit Court, saJajVct to th aotion ol th
Democratic Coatee Mnn.
Tivni. aonm.nR will bea candidate,
fj before taa Democrati Convention, for
niMnimtinn th. nSAca ol Judge ot the cir
cuit Court; and, if defeated, will support
th suocataful nominee.
IT. .nnn.l..it to announce that JOHN
JOHNSTON is a candidate for Judge of the
Circuit Court ol Shelby County, suoject U)
: action of th Democrauc CgnTjauon,
METER, 8ec'7 and Xreas.
Scraper and Cart Harness. "Sal
MEMPHIS, TENS., Juns 1, 1888.
Grooery and Cotton lactorag business aa
Z. N.
E. J,
DOAN, Executrix.
tor Circuit Court Clerk.
TTTK are authoriied to announce
date for Cirouit Court Clerk, subject to th
cation of the Democratic Convention
DURING th season we will receive Bea
Hurt's Berries morning and evening.
Just received a fresh lot of Kennedy fin
Biscuit and Cakes.
Butter Scotoh, Beatrice, Albert,
Lemon Cream, Jelly Drops, Shrewsbury,
Cocoanut Taffy, Royal Mixed,
Vanilla Cream. Assorted Jelly, Eto.
Corner Second and Beale Sts.
importer ana aeaiers in
sililon and Fleblsiar Tackle, Bulldera'
Hardware, Kleeirie Bell and An
nunciator for Hotels and Residences, S40
Main street, Hesnpbla, Tenn. Eleotris
supplies always oa hand. Repairing neatly
Boiler Works.
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
la th South, and th only complete
Boiler and Soaet-lrcn Works In theoity.
HansuTaeturer) of beavj plate Iron,
work of ever deaerlpllon. Special
attention 1 o plantation work.
Frank Schumann,
Importer aid Dealer In
tluna, FlablOK Tackle and Sport.
iiin Nuiiplltxi. ht Special attention
413 Main SM Memphlw, Tenn
ttuns. Ammunition, Flsblng Tackle
and Base-Hall troarls.
m Halo Ntreiet, Hesnphla, Tens;
Manufacturing and Repairing of Guns a
St like the I roa While Ik's Hot.
In order to move our iromecM stock wo
make tbo following oueri
Good Straw nat aU.....2So, 3T. 50c and 75s
Extra Una Straw 11 aU at.. . 41. SI Jb. Ml 04. C4
Small Straw Botocta, all colors-. 50
Kjtre Wide Brim liau, lor ciuntry ... Xic
Beautiful Roses, all colors, sr doten.f)
Violets, perooten to
Batterrupi, par deeen . lOe
Carnation Finks. per doien -...le
Elegant Bunche- of Flower 2ro
Extra Fin Bunche of Plowers..... M
Imported Kronen Flower from.... ....41 to to
OasrU'U lip (S In bunch) fftr .SAa
Fruits, Leaves. Ktems, all kind of ma
terial to make Artificial Flowers.
ItrUal and Mourning Outfit.
The Finest Assortment of POLLS ia th city.
Bata Reeharted, Feather Cleaned,
Dyed and Curled.
GOLDEN HAIR WASH by th small or
large quantity.
We Make a Specialty of Millinery,
Employing th best hands In tha city, give
oar whole attention to it. and wa defy 00e
I petition ia that line.

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