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JMPJJNLeillB DA1L. Y AiPKiUWEDXESD AYT FEBRUARY X "13 8 07
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in Effect Nnrembar C. WS.
8ouia. I North.
4riin f,m 11 ") a.m
&M p. ml :4 a.m
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0:21 a.m 8:42 p.m
V:J0 p.m 6:.J p.m
South. I Korth
6:00 p a
li :iu a.m
A With all linei enlerina Memnhli.
u U'iih M. A N. W. K. K. tor lialena.
O i'or UreaoTille and Huntington, and all
Arkansas point. .,,.
1-With V. A M. and V S. A P. Railroad!.
K-With N., J. A C. & H. fur ftalcnei and
I For Fomu on tba Branch.
HU'itli .lA.miir. lor liavou 8ara.
IJ With raiiroada diraraing (or florid and
Pullman flurl.t Rleapltif Canon all train!
J AS HI. KUWaKKS, V. f.aodU
M. Ill KICK, Uanaral Suu'L
A. XklSi AVP.U. P. A.
HlaalMlppI ana) Traaraaaa. Fait
wail train learei daily at 4:4 p.m.i ar
rive! at :46 a.m. Local freiaat leavei at
;u a.m. I a nrai at a:J0P.m.
fthlav rraioe leate M. and T. dapot ai fol
owi t No. 4, mall and irii leaiei daily
at 11 :3t a.m. No. mail and axpreii arrlt
at 8.30 p.m. I No. tfl, it Lvmi eijr.ii
leave! dally at l:W p.m.l SO. 0), 61. liouM
axpreei arrlrat at 8:45 a.m.
Maraa He aad Utile Hack Tralai
mora ai folic j (cantral itaadard time)!
No. 1 mril dill t&:S6 p.m.i erriT.i at
9:55 p.m.' no. S lei.ei at 4:V) i.b.iii
ri.ei at 1:50 a.m. t No. 6 Ureirtii) leaei
HopaAald daily. "pt f undi X, at 6i00
a.m. i arrlTM atTilOp.m.
OheeaaMa. Obi aad Honlhwci I.
ra train a mora aifnllown No. I (faat
. Una daily) I level at 11 :30 a.m. No. I leavei
at 11:40 p.si. ally. 1. Luuil faat lina
laaTM daily at 6:30 a.m. No. 7 Hut line
daily) errv.s at 1 ::) p.m. Mail and .1-
Jreu arrlraa laily at 3:16a.m. 6t. Louil
at Una arrlrat dally 8:06 a m.
aphis aad Oharleataa Train
norai foiowii Through tipreii leave
uaily at " ip.m. ira.il and aipram leavea
daily at 9:10 .m. Fonteiv'll aeeonuodr
tion leave, dally, a capi Kent ay, at 4 So
p.m. Throunb aiprari a'r'T.i de'ly at 6:25
a. m. Mall ami eipren a-rtr-i daily al 4 55
p.m. Nomervlll aioomirodatioa erm.i
daily. aicaia t'undar. ai 8 .ua.u.
lalll ami Naahvlllo Tralm
novel I f Mri fait mail arrlrai daily at
4:35 a.m. I lear a: 111:10 p.m i mall laari
daily at S.oua n. niri!lc aceom ni
dation laavaa uaily, axitrt SjnHur. at 6:C0
B.m.t miil arr!a tai'y at r.m.
rownavlllc auecmnic iatio i airlrai laily.
' Bandar, at (:iu r.ro. tiiinjard
at.ii,h , RlriiiliiKhnm mill Allan
tl Hol Si' im HmilB Traini mora aa
followai No. I Iitm Mniiii'hia dally at 4;0J
p.m.. arrival at lln Snrlnri at 6:30 p.m I
No. i laavai ilnlly Srrinra daily at :M
a.m., arrival at Mamnhia at '1:15 a.m. t No.
Mcayaa Mami'hii lUily at 7:."0 .iu., a.-rlvci
at Holly Hirinr at 11 :M f.rn. l No. 0 Icavea
Jlolly hprlnri daily at 3:.'!J a.m., arrlvti at
Mampbif at H,,
Wabhinoton, I). O.i Feiirniry 3, lRHfi. )
1 o'clock a in. J
Indications lor Mcmphia and vicin
ity: Light local snows this morninp,
followed by fair, sMghfy colder weath
er, and Main followed during Thurs
ly by (lowly rising temperature.
J? of Tennfute and the Ohio Valley;
Cloudy vtnOitr and locnl $nnri ; irt'm
-gtMnBt MortWy; f',w'T "r,"r
tatUrn portion ; Marly tlatlonaryJM1
by tiowly riling temperature in 0a wtttern
Mimprii, Tikii., February 3, lWfi.
Tima. 1 Bar. IThar.lWInd. I V, aathar.
rrOOa.m.. . m an 21.0 N.K. CIoudy.
11:00a.m.. MUM JO 3 N.K. l.tHm.w.
StOOp.m.. :KI.(I75 81 0 N. Lt Sloat.
7:00 p.m.. X).(H M.O N E. I.tblact.
10:00 p.m.. 30 0:1ft 34 8 N. l.tHnc.g.
Halntall, 1 41.
All obaarvatloni ara taken on 75 meridian
tima, which li one boar (alter than local
Aimee In Mam'xtk at matinee to
day. The enp;.giment of Aimee closes
tc-niglit with Mitt or Aire,
Mam'trUt at the matinee this even
ion, and Divorconi, by spocial request,
The rioneer Cotton Mill will be
fold to-morrow at noon, at the earner
of Main and Madison streets,
The Central Committee of the
charity ball will hold a flnul meeting
at the Prnbody nt 4 o'clock to-morrow
Owing to the inclement woather,
the lecture on "Antipyrlne" has been
postponed nntil Thursday, the 4th
instant, at 10 a.m.
The Rev. R. II. Motion. D. D.,
will preach to-niht at 7:30 o'clock at
the union ineetiiiir, on Court street.
(Services also nt 10 a. m.
Licenses to marry were fanned
venterday to Charlns Rice and Klim
Williams, Harry May and Margaret
Dunnvant. II. T. Arnold and Nellie
Young Ashton of Memphis and
Hike Cleary of New Orleans will have
nother glove fight at Vicksburg to
night. Jack Gallagher has tele
graphed that he will not return for
A cutting scrape occurred yester
day morning at Romeo Lucarini'a
lodging-house, 184 Front street. Bill
Mareen drew his knife and cut Joe
Tanda about the heal, fare and log,
nd he was sent to the cilice of Dr.
Graves to have his wounds dressed.
The would-be murderer attempted to
acape, but was raptured necr the
(Jourt-Housa by Ollicer Mike Garvin.
' Memphie Illurirattd ia the title of a
new work just issued by the Kntor
prise Publishing Company. It is
without doabt one of the handsomest
a well aa the most complete histories
of the city ever published, and shows
the great growth and progrws of the
city as no other work of a similar char
ucter has done. The illustrations are
very good, and the work, in its entire
ty, highly creditable to the publishers.
In the Criminal Court yesterday
A. M. Rogers, a.deputy eheriR, was
iound guilty of extortion, lt was
chown that he had collected Jj 25 in
the taw of Kmma Richard", found
ptiiltv of a falony by Justice Hpelman.
The justice said he was cf the impres
sion that he had taxed the woman
with the cottJ, lint even in that case
the amount noald cot have reached
At a meeting of tho colored pas
tors at 4 o'clock p.m. yesterday it was
finally as reed that Mr. Moody s meet
ing for the colored people at 11 o'clock
.m. neat Sunday would be held at
Avery Chanel. Pastors will arrange
with their churches about the tickets
at the weekly prayer meetings. It is
reported that certain parties are offur
tog for f ale on the streets tickets br
this meeting. Let no one be imposed
. opon by this fraud. Tickets will be
free to ai many as can obtain thetn
j.-om tae various pastors, and the
number will be limited by the ca
pacity cf tho building. t
T& committee in cliarga of the
Woman's Exchange yesterday were:
Mrs. f. Msrsford. Mrs. W. A. Gag,
Mrs. W. li. fc.i.rd and Mrs. Al
Burke. A iron the visitors were
Mai. J. J. Murphy. T. D. Kldridge, J.
B. iiinkel), John Overton, Dr. J. li.
Dunn, VY. A. Gago. Ca-t Jeseis For
rewt, K. V. Graves, W. u. t .misia, 1.
I. Latham. Mrs. R. R. Freeman, Dr.
Waiwon, A. W. Newnom, A. J. Martin,
M. Donelson, C. Mason, Charles K.
IV, J. 8bfpherd, Martin Mitchell,
J. W. Falls, Judge Calvin Vance, YV.
A. W header, JautM Gallagher, James
H. Pmitb, Robert Cash, George Fox,
F. II. Heifkell, A. F. Robinson,
George E. Rudisill, R. J. Morgan, W.
A. Collier and W. D. Beard.
Always ready to recognize real
merit, the A rriAL gives space for the
lol lowing brilliant literary ellort by
the celebrated "Tack-Hammer1'
Wells: "Know-balling ia going on at
3:20 o'clock p.m. There is aa much
mud thrown as there is beautiful
scow. Kids are on top of Waldran
block peppering the passers-by who
notice them. One big, fat aunty got
into regular battle with another
dark-skinned female, which canted
much merriment, but now believed to
be a drawn battle. Bleighs may look
for a good, h 1 of a time before the
return from charity ball in the morn
ing. Ccajting may break somebody's
neck going down Lindon street from
Main to Christian church."
In view of his recent personal ex
perience in that line, the following re
marks of President IJadden in the
Police Court yetUrday have some
weight: "There is one thing that I
want to make a few remarks aboot.
and it entirely slipped my memory
until thia moment. I notice In the
papers every few days articles aboot
ma'chea being made for this slugging
business. I think these peopleaad
btt'er stop that. If they want ti do
any fighting let them go over to Hope-
n id, west Memphis; the sandbar or,
in fact, any other place on the other
aide of the river. These slugging
matches amount to nothing more than
assault aad battery. I think it is very
poor amusement, and it has got to
be stopped in this city."
The last issue of the Bullttin. the
oflicint ornan o the Ltaiue of Ameri
can Wheelmen, contains Uie following
under New York date of January
zolo, ana signed w.walon jieckwitb,
president cf the L'uguo of American
Wheelmen: "Upon the recommen
dation if a number of the meat prom
inent and active members of the
League of American Wheelmen in
Tennessee, whose sentiments were
voiced at a called meeting cf said
member January 18th, I take pleas
ure in appointing as chief coneul
League of American Wheelmen far
Tennessee, Mr. W. L-. Hiirprlse cf
Meuir his, whose terra tf oilice shall
extend to the regular election1 in
March next." On account of the in
clemency of the weather the 'Cycle
Club failed to get a quorum at its an
nual meeting held hit night.
Home anxiety is felt in certain
quarters as to tho whereabout) cf a
young man named Crow, who came o
this city some months ago and at
tempted to establish himself as a bill-
collector. He was turned oaf, of sov
eral boarding-houes for not paying
his bills, and finally wound np at a
well-known boarding-house on rjocond
B'reet, where he met a voung lady,
and by gorgeous tutea of boundless
weanu u enptureu ner yw-"1
affections. After paying her court
as long as his credit lasted he
t)ld her that, aa he had not seen his
parents for several years, he was going
to pay them a visit, but would return
in a couple of days. That was two
weeks ago, and he baa not been heard
from. A small trunk (empty) wni left
behind aa a reminder, but Mr. Crow
has disappeared as mysteriously as if
the earth had swallowed him up.
Hhl your eoltoa
brent at 'o.
R. O. McNamib and wife of Holly
Springs are in the city.
Ma. Joskpb Bbooks, manager rf
Leubrle's Theater, arrived la the city
John Multord, a well-known Mem
phlan, who left this city several years
ago, is now a bond and stock broker
at 200 North Third street, bt. Louis.
Jouit R. DuitKr of Louisville, a for
mer citizen of Memphis, is a candi
date for the position of division super
intendent of the Poetolllce Depart
ment, located at Cincinnati, with bood
prospects cf success. Mr. Durff htti
many friends in this city, who will be
glad to hear cf his good fortune. His
Democracy is unquestioned, and he is
a square man all round.
II. F. Arnold and Miss Nellie Kiley
were married at the Catholic Church
yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
They are both well-known rocitty
people of the city. Mr. Arnold was
formerly a member of the firm of J.
J. Arnold & Co., the well-known mer
chants of this city. The bride is a
young lady reared in this city, and
waa much admired for her graceful
manner and amiable disposition, at
well as beautiful person. The happy
couple left immediately on a bridal
tour to the Floridas.
Yistkroay afternoon Mr. Harry
May waa married to Miss Marguerite
Dunavant at the Central Baptist
church, the Rev. A. W. Lamar ctliciat
ing. The bride was rooBt elegantly at
tired In white, and never looked more
lovely. Mr. May is a well-known
young business man, with a bright
future, and tho bride is the accom
plished daughter of Mr. W. P. Duna
vant. The ushers on the occasion
were Dr. W. W. Taylor, Lewis titvk,
Ed Cooper, Jack Protidfit, Sim Bpeers,
Fiank Far ruber, Charlea Churchill
and Robert Tray lor. The bridal couple
left on the 6 o'clock train for Hi. Louis.
Ship yonr calton. to
breath at '.
W. H. Ual-
FllOM THE PEOPLE.
A, llra for the I'owt, llorara aad!
Mnlra Bnaula at Large.
To th Editori of the Appeal :
The humane man is always consid
erate of his dumb creatures, and with
out dictating I would reapectfu'.ly sug
gest to Mr. Lane that there is one cry
ing sin in Memphis, namely, cows,
horses, etc., running loose in the
streets aad alleys with nothing to
shelter them from the rude blasts oM
winter. Men and women who won t
care for their eto:k should not be
allowed to own them. humane.
Fire frire ! Fire I
We have bought from the lata fire
of Henry Peres 200 majolica pitchers,
20 sets knives and forks, spoons, and
all kinds of hard and queensware, fur
niture, chairs, that will be sold at very
low figures. Also a'l kinds heating
and cooking stoves for ante chran,at
Agent and Commininn Merobaht,
0t) to 413 thai by ilrirtt.
Monogram Bangles at Mulford's.
Alan la " Jgaia'ai lie."
The beet house of the swafoi. con
sidering the weather, areetrd Mil a.
Aimee in Mam'trlk st the theater last
night. While Mam'ielU, from a dra
matic stanipomt, will bear no fuu
parison with Dirorcont, still it it pieas-
ikk auu aiwaya ueuKuia ao auaience.
The play has been presented in Mem
phis before, and is fsmiliar lo theater
goers, hence no extended criticism is
necewary. wile. Aimee is always
charming, and last nigbt did her belt,
which was appreciated by the audi
ence, as evidenced by the generous
applanss and numerous encores. The
song "Pretty as a Picture" was the
gem ol the evening, the lit le lady
having to rep?at it three times before
the audience wan satisfied. The sup
port, including the inimitable Cbea-
nill aa the "Manager." and Mr. Bas-
sett aa "Tnpper," was very good. At
the matinee Mam' telle will be repeated,
and to-night 'Aimee'a engagement
closes with Divorconi, it having been
substituted, by special request, for her
new piay, aims or Mrs.
f roe by 'a Dime naetam.
There never waa a week aince thia
house wasopened when tbe attractions
presented were so decidedly meritor
ious. The inflationist, James Wilson,
has many admirers who are never
tired of ceejng him burst etrong
webbed bracea by filling his lunge,
whilo the handsome bearded' July,
Mme. Meyerr, has woa a host of
friends of both sexes by her bland
and lady-like demeanor. Miss Eva
Perry, the bird trainer, gives a pleas
ing perlormnnce with her educatsd
canaries. In the upper ball the huge
akeleton Ferralto, w:tb his queer com
panion, the "What'f-Its-Name" (the
latest issue cf the "No Name" series),
are fully as strange and curious as the
lectnrer'a florid description of them.
The gem of the programme upstairs
is batzums, the Japanese jnggier, and
he holds a crowd from first to lait
with his olever work. The theatorlnm
programme is a can, ttl one: the fasci
nating bird warbler, Prof. Wallace,
must lie heard to be thoroughly ap
preciated. He is tui gtnerie a star of
the first magnitude. The Powers
twins. Miss Lena Fuley, the Whitings
and the sinuous Lorraine are the con
comitants of "a ftajt tf reason and
flow cl soul."
Ford's Opera Company.
The management cf the Memphis
Theater is to be congratulated upon
having secured Ford's Opera Company
for next week. Their delightful per
formance of the Mikado here earlier in
the season will be sure to commend
them t) the Memphis public upon
their return, when they will give, in
the ccmrfe of their engagement, The
J'rinetu Ida, Piratt t of I'enianee, Three
Black Cloake and Nthudo. The Ford
combination is admirably at3apt:d to
Ihoir work. The prominent actors are
good elocutionists, their voices are well
placed, and the grace ot uotlon they
bring iutj fieir peculiar language of
gesture Is perfect. Not the vocal score
or the vocal execution alone call for
criticism in opera boufle ; the acting
and the libretto must equally stand the
test of legitimate analysis. An actr&s
may sing divinely and ait like a stick
she won't do for comic operi, how
ever the devotees of jj.and opera may
applaud. She mny aing and act well,
but if she mumbles her part and toys
stupid nolhlngf, neither she nor tbd
opera will pleuio. The sals opens
Solid Silverware at Mulford'e.
Bbirts, all styles, made to order.
Memphis Steam Shirt Factory and
Laundry, 224 becond street
M(mpois8tainid Glass Works, 266
Third street. Call and see.
Th finest and best selected stock
of gas fixtures in the oity, at bottom
prices. J. a. bailbt a co.
Miss Carri M. Kiatino can be
found every day at E. Witzmann &
Co.'s, 223 Becond street, from 4 to 6
A. Rknkbrt & Co., No. 215 Main
street, cornor Adams, and 120 corner
Market and Main streets, keep con
stantly on hand a supply of Dr. Har
ter'a celebrated WildCherry Bitters.
Thb Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonioand antl-pertodio known. A certain
and lure oare for chilli, frice II por bot
tle. Bend itainii for oiroulari. Any ref
erence itinon. Addreii John 0. Kucker,
Most of the so-called incurable dis
eases are successfully treated by Dr.
E. Henderson, M.D., No. 220 Becond
street. The doctor can refor to some
of the best citiiens of Memphis. Con
Tub colored pas'ors have united and
agreed tbat Messrs. D. L. Moody and
Ira D. 8ankey'a services, so kindly
proffered for the benefit of their peo
ple, shall be held at Avery Chapel, on
Sunday, February 7th, at 11 o'clock
a.m. All colored pastors are requested
and urged to call ut the oilice of the
Rev. T. Nightingale between the hours
cf 12 and 3 o'clock, on Thursday, Feb
ruary 4th, where the undersigned com
mittee will be in waiting to deliver
each his pro rata of tirkf tt.
T. NIOUTINil ALE,
0. 11. l'lllIiUll'S, Sen.,
Order Medals at MulfbrdV.
ADDITIONAL IlIYEll NEWS.
Vicbsbdro, February 2. Departed :
C. P. Chouteau, Memphis.
Pittsburo, February 2. Night
River 5 feet 10 inches on the gauge and
fU in?. Weather clear and cold.
Cincinnati, O., February 2 Night
River rising, with 24 feet 7 inches on
the gauge. Weather cloudy and cold.
Wnaw.iNa, W. Va., February 2.
Night River 10 feet on the gaupe and
falling. Weather cloudy aad cold. Ice
Cairo, February 2. Night River
20 feet t inches on the gauge and ris
ing. Weather t now fell all day. No
arrivals or departures. The Buckeye
State is due from Memphis to-night.
Louisvillb, Ftbmary 2. Night
River stationary, with 9 feet 5) inches
in the canal and 7 fet 7 inches on the
falls. Business fair. Weather cloudy ;
a steady snow has been falling since
morning. Arrived: Granite Slate,
IWansvillb, February 2. Night
River fallina, with 10 feet 6 inches on
the gang. Weather enow all day and
st 11 snowing; thermometer 18 to 23.
Arrived : Charles Morgan, 1 a.m. ; she
will leave at daylight. Departed : Ja.
W. Gatf. 12 m.; Thomas Sherlock, 1
p.m. The S. L. Woad went to Green
river with her tow to get out of the
ice. Three other towboata will arrive
and ga there this evening.
Old gold aad silver taken as cask
Go (o Katie!;) a Ijaffomaralao for
yoar riaiablas aoel Oaa-FltUna.
To ill Whom It Say Concern.
TLie day Cornelia R- Menken has
ceaed to have any inreratt in the
buiineas heretofore carried on in
the city of Memphis, lenn , nnder
the rami of Menken Bio'hers,
Agents; and on this day Julea A.
Menken his ceased to be agent in
the conduct of said business.
The business will be conducted
at the old stand by the undersigned
and his associatsr, as
MENKEN & CO., Aobnw.
J. S. MENKEN.
MiuriiiR, January 9, 18&S.
C. B. GALLOWAY A CO -...roraiTne
Katea and $3 per day, according to
lie and location of room Sveeial
OMCu'tli, Mo H Applebanm, N T
M F Paine. Mai K Drerlaa Aw, N Y
Mn Porter, Tnn lir J MeUlvndon, Ark
U H Danieie, Ark N W Ilaptim, Tann
K J Hwanmn, Tenn II p Aubrey, Ark
W II Uii-kineon.Miri K Kocbe, Me
8 RTimberlake, Ark J I) Lawn, Ky
J llinruond, fa H Comptno, Ky
II B Beach. NY MM Boddi., Ill
W P Smuplo, Ky L Frankenhciwer.fl Y
V Muufer, NY OA Chapman, Mo
J M Uaaiinf, Ky W A Williamion.Ienn
A Chamber! Aw, Ark J P Jllnwnr. Ohio
A Archibald, 111 J Ilrookf, N
J Kriiinmoni, Mo J H Cox, Niki
K 11 Hoffman, La W K Laoey Aw, Mill
W C Mandnvilla. til J I. Cocke. Tenn
J Clarke, Tenn J A Plane, T.nn
Mre A Trimble, Tenn Mm C J Walton, Ky
ZliOoes Ohio J () Walker, III
II Hlln.o. Ml.. U' Or. ,11 T.n.
J T linddie, ky A 51 MoCreieht, Tenn
K J Wendol Aw.Tenn H K llunby, Tenn
J A Tipton, Tenu I bhelton. Mo
Will Levy, city A J Urief, oily
R K Thorupion, Ky . II Furtenheim, Tenn
Plii'lrnn.Ohio J K. Minor, NY
L (loodiuan, Mill T W Caldwell, Mill
F Petera. Mo J Dnbion. Mo
T Ilcker. Ark K Suiter. Ark
J 11 Keei, Tenn V K Welden, Mo
R L Neely, Tonn J W liarrett, Miai
J R Haiti, MiM W Smitbo, N Y
J B WillUini, NY 11 MnntKoiunry, L'aM
W hcott, Mana J 11 IIIkuiI, Mug
W li Smiler, Tonn H Junes, Trim
J brown, TV. Wliriny, 'fox
W liraaen, lex CMon, lenn
L Minn, Tenn.
W. H. BtNQFIABI MaHatfaa.
European plnn. Knlurzed and refarnnhed.
I'ricol aoooraimt to rue ana liga
tion of room..
C A Archibftld, Ark W P Oorman, Ark
A W Kflruupon. Ark
,1 A AlcCormack. Mill
W F llnvy, Miie
W W l'iiebui, Tonn
R 11 Trimble. Tenu
0 F nnklin, Tenn
P Kloi ui.-r. Ind
T Kiley, III
J U Hi due. Mill
M Kirlirt, Ind
J II Wheeler, Tenn
R II Scale, Tenn
J J Conway, Ind
I) S Mitchell. NY
(.' It I. una, Ky
E B Popejoy, Miri
(1 VV Nnrrii, Tonn
H K Dowdy, Tenn
i I'oaiiitt, Tenn
W F Riiiney. Min
U A Mnirrett, N O
A Y MrLeiuore. Tenn J T Low. Tann
T M Monro, Tonn W B Puce, Mm
X II Mnlone, Alia
S Ptnton, Tonn
T Vol, Tenn
II H turtle!, Tenn
II F Arnold A. Tenn
K 0 ChrUtian, Tenn
II M C 1 bun n i, Mill
II Wilbnn. Mi.11
F K hick ,l-w, Tonn
W I Murtin, Mo
H J Uoene, Touq
A 1 a Her, mini
W 11 lbite, Tenn
J D Pariuer. Mill
W Avrciok. Tonn
j C Payne, Mii
V K ?fflleot, Mill
1) Wort. Oliio
It Cameron, Mo
IV JS iiodi, 1-
0 VTetherford, Teon
The Mew UHfoaO.
FARRINGTON, STfnVART & WHITE,
PlIICP I RTltUft.
Ratel, 12 50 to 1 per day, according to loca
tion 01 rooini.
C II Foote. Mo
Mr Key, Mo
W W Wullia, L
Chai Whitinir, Kui
Win Brady, Ohio
K Buck, Ark
D J Roiaer. Mini
A V Hart, lenn
J M rrrHtridie, Ark
Mini L Fowlki, Va
A B Levy, Tenn
T M Houafall, Ark
R Cheatham, Mill
Hot Cohn. Mikb
J J Linri., Va
Miri U McKay. Tenn Min II Rico. Tenn
W W Woodi. Ky
J II llrwin. Kr
TR Jordan, Ark
8 C Moore, Mica
II K Kchmldt, Mo
J J Carter. Ky
Jame Carter, Ky
E I) Manhall, Pa
V T Uwinn, Ark
J R Campbell, Mill
Mii Hliia, Ky
L T Burger, Mo
Mm r Curfr, Ky
M M Neil. Tenn
K B Boyd, Ky
J Y Uear. Mail
Kd Iniall!, N Y
Jni M Frreman.Tenn J A Lune, N Y
Mn iV Vii. .Minn J M tiollowmon, Tonn
S II Powell. Mo
I J uampheil, Mill
H V R Unyward, Mo
R T Harris, Mill
Mn I eimueli. Mo
llrKK Franoia, oity
L Lnmb, oity
, 1.,-. f
hd Campbell, city
11 K Uounlai. city
M Meriwether, Mo
Ilr N HOrr, city
r ai iininuivi., iuis. i.i un, v
Cot J P lluninla. Ark W T liuchei. Ark
J V? MoUlinden, Ark V? Hargui, Miu.
Dolly's European Hotel.
Corner ot Adarai and Main itreeti. Rootni
DOo, 75o and II perday t AmerioanPlan,
12 par day.
Firxt-claai Railuurant in the Hotel.
J.H. Ub'FFYtlOyra with Peabody Uutol),
W B Reeve", M ies P W Henley, Ark
w c. Hull. 8n Ki Co P M Mitohum. Tonn
E J Swanaon, city
r II Arimiea, o civt
F Martins. Ohio
II Lang, 111
P J Wicks, Ark
CP Williumi. Mini
Jotnnh hchillv. oitrv
A Hunt, lenn
R K l'nlmer, Tenn
J R Woat, Ark
Henry Uenrg, Tex
m llerxel, Minn
PM Mnrrii, So Fx Co 11 1 'envoi, Ara
Juliui lluth, Ark O C Heinricb, oity
T C Uulei, Tenn S R Tlmborluke, Ark
Mn Harris i 2c, Tenn A A Martin, 80 Kx Co
F1I Annate., KoKxCo K A Campbell, Miai
II . Murrerf 60 KxCo 11 Bpnulding, Tenn
tlW Humphrey!, rJF.O J M McClaincr, I.AXR
J B Baatett, Ark J R Olenn At, Mill
J 11 Reinhait, N Y.
Ratel, t2 per day. Centrally looated, oppo
Ita Maionio Templa.
J R MoCall, Tenn J W McClintock, Ark
L II Howe, NY HO Mo.Munnil, Miu
(1 M Uurrunt, Tenn A M Laniger, Ark
J A Davia. Ind
w 11 uravts.oit
W M Keller, city
FM Whitney, Mo
J Baldwin, Ky
N Aditaad Aw, Kai
M Nobles. Miu
V H Rivei, Mo
F 11 Anderson, Col
A W Crosse, ind
John Fyfe, Miai
J tiilmore. Ark
T L Nobios, Mill
L Robert, Tenn
Multord, Jeweler, 291 Main, ao
loclts orders from the country.
Get Balleda A LKOiiiHralao to do
Fine Watch repalrlng.at Mulford's.
IMl'OKTEK AND DEALER IS
Huns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle
and Sportsmen's Supplies,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
BK4 Mala Nlreet, Memphis, Tea a;
Manufacturing and Repairing of Ouni a
Kpeola'ty. aarTe'ei-hnne No. Mo.
Importer and Daaler in
Gnn. FNhlnar iarhle aad Rporta-snt-u'B
Snplle pa-Speciul attenti.
given to MAN I! F AC T U KIN U and KB
PAIRING. iia rHnlii Wt..Hfi?iuplitii. Tpiki
11I. V. V, KOUUEIIS,
Late or New York.
Ortlee 8S Mala Mt Mentphla,Teaa.
CURES Coniumptian, Heart Diaeaae. Ca
tarrh, Rheumutiiin. Female Trouble!.
Liver, Kidney, Spinal. Nervoui, Blood and
bkin Diaearai, bio. Conialtatica and pra
icriptivoi. free. .
tsor The firm of GOODBiR & CO.
and bhoi Uoyineac, in connection
Callicott. of Coldaaxr. Miia..
In the past aad hope for a continuance
A. B. DIXtnBAIt, '
Lata of Ooodbar A Co., Mamphii.
3G7 & 3G9 Main
We are ior receiving a larsre and Eairely w St-lto! Eatrn and Custom-Mad
Spring Trade of 18S6, vshich we offer at ktock Hot I out Pricea, on aa liberal
Wa hvn TvVPT.TTQT V17 An.t.1 tn
" -wav.w--a v j va t j wi au mm uiai auii J ilia lJim
lowing lines -of CUSTOM-MADE Goo is, all of whish we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction :
George Hocker's celebrated Mtn'a Calf Boats.
Brady & Sbortell'e toys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Bfcois. "
T. M. Harris A Co. 's Philadlphis made Children's Shoes.
Alan T. W Nnl. Jtr f m Vn Dun... mnA Til--. Ck
the beet Brogans made in the Utited States heretofore
l. J 1 1 I ' i, . j:
ubiiuicu vy uuuuoar a IO.
We are tbe onlv hnnaa in thia Marknf. liandlinn, tno nl
brated Krippendorf, Dittmann fc Co. line of Lidina'and
Missee' Kid, Goat and Calf CUSIOM Goods EXCLU
SIVELY. nnder tha Factory Brands.
Battle of the Petticoats.
Fierce Factional Fight Follow
ing Foolish Female Frolic.
Wild War Wlioops Women
Exasperated, Excited Endeavors
Each Eagerly Embraced.
Mrs. Testy Yes, I'm glad to say
that my husband is very good oaturcd.
Mrs. Crusty And so is mine.
Mrs. Testy But my husband
never kicked over the stove.
Mrs. Crusty Arc you sure of that?
Mrs. Testy Yes, I'm sure of it ;
but I heard your husband did.
Mrs. Crusty Well, whoever told
you that told p. falsehood ; besides,
I'd rather my husband would kick
over tho stove than to kick me,
like I heard a certain woman's hus
Mrs. Testy Oh! you mean thing!
My husband nevor gavo mo as much
as a cross word in his life
, Mrs. Crusty No, and I suppose
he never came homo intoxicated.
Mrs. Testy Yes, I'll admit that;
but then he doesn't squander all his
money and leave his family suffering
Mrs. Crusty I Carl prove that my
husband is not a spendthrift.
Mrs. Testy Prove it, please.
Mrs. Crusty Why, he buys his
clothes at tho Misfit Parlors, 262
Mrs. Testy And so does mine,
lie says he can save money enough
there on a suit and overcoat tobuy
coal for the entire winter.
Mrs. Crusty That's just the re
mark my husband made. He said
tho overcoat he got there for $22 was
worth 140, and the suit he paid $20
for could not have been made to sell
for less than $35.
Mrs. Testy I'm sorry, dear, that I
said anything about your husband.
Mrs. Crusty Never mind, it was
all my fault; but I guess we'd been
quarreling yet if it hadn't been for
tho Misfit Parlors. Gracious! what
happiness they do bring to Memphis.
Mrs. Testy Yes, the Misfit Par
lors'are a real blessing. There aro
bargains there for rich and poor, for
it sells the finest of custom-made
clothing at prices which do not often
represent the cost price of clothing.
You get Suits, Overcoats and Pants
there lor half price.
N.B. Our present stock of fine
merchant tailors misfits in elegant
Ovorooats and Suits that we sold
originally for one-half of their actual
value, we are now bellino below
cost to enable us to make room for
the largo and handsome stock of custom-made
GARMENTS whiohiVO will
reoeiveifrom our agents at the open
ing of the spring season. If you de
sire to seoure a genuine bargain
in a suit or overcoat it will pay
you to give us a call.
272 Second St., Memphis,
Opp. Conrt Square.
JteSy llcmcmbcr, all alterations to
insure a perfect fit cheerfully and
promptly mado, without additional
charge, by a first-class tailor.
asr open Evening aatll V o'clock,
Ratnrdaje uatll U.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importer! and aValon tn fJnan. Ammn
nlllon and A'latoln Tarkl, llillur'
llarlwar, Hwlrle Holla aail Aa
annalatara lor Hotels and Kaaidanoi,35
Main Mrrrt, Meuipnla, I enn. eetrio
apiiliai alwaji on hand. Repairing neatly
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
2 IS Main St., Memphis, Tenn
Wlehlue; lo Nftirn Irani Baalneaa
Offer War fcallre
STOCK AT COST.
s iu. rai tieen rtisnoived, and we rave reorganiisd our interest in the Wholt
ection with Mr. W. E. Love, late of Warren, Love &. Co., gf. Louis, Mo., and
under the style of aad firm name given below. We thank our IrSeacU tjt t.irir i
Unuance of their favors. y qq-J,
snolved, and we bave reorganiisd our interest in tbe Wholeiale Boot
COUDB4R, V jk. IOVE,
Ooodbar k ( a., Memphis-
and 18 Gayoso Streets,
mAAur mo. S54 Illlill
hrv uiauv UT mil J IUlAiptJllU UiafaVet
4h!. msaWA t u. ,i
OF CAJfTOBf, Omo.
OEGLLL BROTHERS & CO.
310 and 313 Front Street, Mmphln,Teiiii.
IXABXS, cor. X AXIS,
I5A.CK XIA73I, IXAMESTI21JSTGS.
KIYIO 2SKXJ'a!S8, TISACE CHAIN,
We have a most complete stock of Cutlery, Gucs, Shelf ni.d I'lantation
Jlardware, viliich we otter to the trude nt rock-bit torn prices.
DBS JIEDIMB, MILLIE & 100T1S
394 Wity STUERT
NAPOLEON HILL, MICHAEL GAVIN, J. G. nANDWEBKBR,.
LOUIS HANaUKR, TllOMAH BOYI.K, DAVID P. HADUKN,.
B. II. BROOKS, T. U. MILUUKN, JAMES A. OMBEKG,
IMhDVUr l L'VTODT OAT nt I L' VI A XI V U7 T Hflf Tii:UlTlI
JAMES S. K0BINSON, WM. K AT
atpDepositi raoeived in lumi of l and upward, and intcreit allowed on aame Bemr-
air We bur and lei lorul Invoitment Bondi and 8eenritiel centrally, pay taiM, act aa
trustees, and, in general, axeeuie any nnanciai Duaineii rojuiring a aalo ana reiponilnie
aw We isine drafts, In aaml to mitparcba'era, on all parti of Europe.
er We have aoommnd'oua Vanlt for the depoiit ol valuable!, which li at tbe aertice of
our euitomeri, t ree oi v narKC
D. P. IIADDEK, President. EiTDGOLOvHirH, Tfce-I'reyldent
JAMES If ATI! AN. Inhlor.
I-tVill pay Good Prices for MOTES, OI FALLS and
TKASIIY COITOi ol all descriptions. Send for Circular
and Prices Paid.
"W HE3 3E3 E3 JErL tTr.
75 Vance Street, Memphis, Tenn.
No. 297 Second Street, : SXenipliis, Tenn,
W. P. DDHAVAIT.
PaMcOABDElf & Go
GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS,
ADJUSTABLE ANKLE- SUPPORTING
Thel Best Thing in the World for Weak Ankles,
'Athletio Sports and Skating!
ZELLHER & CO., SOLE AGENTS.
HANDSOME BOOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS A SPECIALTY.
300 9XAIHT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENJf
Lr h i 41
Bail l JT U
And Commission Merchants
IVos. 34 ami 36 3Inlison Street, SXemptiis.
Sternberg & Son,
(8UCCEM8ORH TO BTKRHBEBO m LIIi
TOBACCO, CIGARS & PIPES,
336 Front St, Cor. Union, BlempMs, Tenn.
J. 11. (iOODBAK.
J. r MLLtlOTT.
Lata of Warren. Lore A Co.. St. Louii. Late of Coldwater. Hiii.
Made BooU and Shoes for the
tenna aa caa
Wa also Control tha fallnwinir Rnjaoialltn. ..J.. ...
own brands, viz:
Goodbar, Love & Co.'a Men's Grained Calf CUSTOM-MADE
Bala, Button and Congress.
Goolbar, Love & Co. 'a Men's N.K. Calf CUSTOM
MADE Bais, Button and Congress.
Goidbar, Love A Co.'s Ladies' Kid and Goat CUS
TO Vt-MADE Flexible Polish and Butt in $ 3 W Shoes.
Our Ladies' f.l 00 Shoes are made from tbe best se
lected Curacsa Kid and Tampico Goat Stock, and have
Solid Sole Laatber Counters and Flex ble Inner Soles
and we warrant them to fit and give perfect saiufactioa
in everv rsnert.
and hi k
ZENBKRGER. HAKDW1U PERES.
s. p. iioiVDiii:.
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