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MEMPHIS . DAILY APPEAXr-THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, . .1886.
RAILROAD TDIE TABLE.
LoUiUle,S w Orleans aa4 Turn li'j
MIMIShirfl VALLEY KOITK.
i" Kffet Novo-nber E, ISM.
b: a. hi
11 :C0 a.m
ew Urloana 11
S iS n.m
7 :-' em
A-With nil line enterinfMemphli.
S-WiU M. N. W . K. R. lor Helena.
0 For Ureenville and Huntington, and all
Arkanaae point. .,, .
D-Wiih V.AM. end V., 8. A P. Railroade.
fi-Witb N., J. A C. H- H. for Antcbeg and
F-Fw Poinu on the Branch.
Q-Wltaateamere lur Bayou barn.
B With railrpeda diverging for rlorldn and
Pelhaan'Kffe'fsieepIng Cnon all traini.
J AS. M. KUWAKDS. V. P.andU ,M.
U. HI KKK, tienorel Sap'U
A.J.KMAPP. . P. A.
iMlMlppl a TtW. FMt
Ball train Mfti daily at 4:4. p.m. t ar
rive l :4o Local freight leavee t
6:40 a.m. I a riree t 4:30 p.m.
aata. mint l.eeM. and T. denote fol
lowei No. 4, mail end oipreae leavoe daily
at U:e.m.No. t,uAilaodnpresarrlea
t .ao .m. i No. ea, u
leave daily at 0:00 p.m. I No. tSt.:LoDM
iprou arrive! at I :65 e.m.
awn Us aa Utile B4Mk Tralst
no m foil" a (oentrel etandaH tlmeli
N-1 mtii dl' at:84 P.m.' arrival l
:M p.a.1 Mo. 3 letvee at 4:M a.. I -i!tm
at 1:50 a.m. I No. 6 (freight! liini
Jlopeleld dllT. "eept Fundi y, 6i00
a.a.1 arrive at T:10 p.a.
(ThMpMktt Oklo aad SontnwMi.
ra rrelne move nfollown No. i (faat
lino daily) lavt at 11:30a.m. No.aloavee
at 11:40 p.m. Uv. bt. Louia fut lino
Iutii dally t 6:30 n.m. No. T lluj lino
daily) ainvee at 1 :30 p.m. Mail and ei
proaa arrtvee dally at 8:15 a.m. 61. Louii
lt line arrive! daili 9:06 a a.
aphis Md t)hrloom Tralr I
moroi fnl'owti Xhromh txproai loaioi
ur at lTp.n. r wl and axproat laarai
daily at 9:10 .b. romrTtll aocomopod'
tioa loaraa dallyt a oo baaday. at 4 80
p.a. Throaf b oxprati atWoi dally at 5.26
.a. Hail and oiprou arri- daily at 4 56
S.m. feomarlll aooonor odaMon arrnat
ally, oxoopt Bandar, all.bda.rn.
Lai'lll aal ahTtlla Tralnt
milfil'n't fatt mall arrival daily at
4:86 a. w.i lta-M at 10:10 p.a. i mail loam
4lly at 9:00 a.B. .hoiniTllo aoooaax
datioa laaral ually, ozsopt Banday, at 6:00
p.m.t rail arri tally at KiOO n.m.
BrewniTilU aoooaaodatiun arriroi lally.
r'ooBi bolday, at 1:40 a.m. itiaaaard
natki -, Blrnlacbam aad Atlaa-
tl-.Holy 6prn K"Uto Traint mora at
followi i No. 1 loam Mamphlt dally at 4:00
ti.a.. arrival at Holly bprinft at 6:30 p.m.
No. S loam llolly inrlnrt daily at 9:00
J.B., arrival at Morapbli at II tl5 a.m. t No.
lum Momphti daily at 7:80 p.m., arriroi
at Holly BprlDt-t at 11:69 p.m.t No. 6 loavai
llolly Bprlnn daily at 3: JO a.m., arrival at
, lUmphJat:36 a.m.
WiiHiiSTOM, D. 0., February I, m. X
1 o'clock a.m. J
Indications for Memphis and vicin
ity: Fair weather, ilowly rising tem
perature, bine creoceiit, red Bun.
for TmnniM and Iht Ohio Valley:
Fair wealhtr; tlowty riting tmprraturt ;
vimlt 'gtntrally northerly, becoming va
riablt. HalojurvloRleal Hopor.
Umraia, Tun., P.bruaryS, 18M,
Timo. Par. Taar.Wlnd. W oatbor.
7:00 a.m.. 5oW liTlT N.W." Clondy.
11:00a.m.. ao.ail IS O N.W. Oloar.
8:00p.m.. W.flU, '22 0 N.W. Ulnar.
7:00 p.m.. an.lWI 22.3 N.W, Clear.
10:00 p... 310 H 3 N.W. Olwir.
Mali mum tomnaraturo. 11.0.
Minimum tamparaturo, lii.0.
Kainfiill, 0 10.
Allobanrrationiarotakan on 73 meridian
4!mo, whlou li one hour latter than loeal
Roland Reed to night.
The City Council meets this after
noon. The snow fall on a level win about
Sleighs were oat in force' yester
day and tbe sport was good.
John Clancey is again in the em
play of the Museum as special cflloer.
The sun shone all day yesterday,
bnt muds very little impression on the
The Dime Mnseum has a regular
string oichestra engaged for tbe curio
Almee c'osed her engagement lost
night, appearing as " Cyprionne " in
The Chancery Court has adjourn
ed until tomorrow, when the 8 in it h
tslaughtercase wilt be decided.
Several motions for new trials in
tbe Criminal Court were overruled
yeeUrday and sentences pronounced
Licenses to marry were issued
veeterdav to Alex Williams and Mrs.
Annie Bimmons, Istao Barton arid
Every tramp who could buy, bor
row or beg a shovot turuod out yes
terday mornlnp, and they fcot work
enough to do.
8uU fir damages to property was
entered in the Un tl Hates Court
yesterday by A. Cordos itjalnst the
Kuntaa C.ty IUilroad.
In the report of licenses to marry
published yesterday in this column
appeared the names of II. T. Arnold
and Nellie Kilev. They should have
been given as II. F. Arnold and Nel
The rxx f of Patterson's it tblo on
Jefferson street caved in about 11
o'ciock night btf rs last and a bus or
two was daroagdd, but fortunately no
- stock amen.
Lonis T. Hope, a white man. was
orreeUdlsst night by Officer Wilton
while endeavoring to pawn a tine
piece of csssimere, supposed to have
been stolen from a Uilor. The cloth
' is cow at the Statioa-house awaiting a
Tickt t for tbe Moody and Sankey
meeting at Avery Cbupel will be dis
tributed to members ol the church
and congregation, Thursday eveuing,
st the church, by Mr. Ueorgs Dardie.
This wi'l be the oily opportunity to
secure them, and nil are urged to be
There tro fnuitcen delegites so
fir in I he Fat Women's Convention
and the lightest weight "kicks the
beam" at 3-11 pounds, whilo the heav
iest delfgate will weigh over 000
pound i he6e local heavy weights
re to enter tbe coutesL There will
be voting for a champion's medal.
The beautiful fljnl ship sold at
the charily tail wss presented to ihe
charily fisml rv Mis. It. Furstonheim
and sold fo 123 J ta Miw U.-oevener.
Taelit'keiol Hovers dorated by s
ynnng Udv was i old at the Meichants'
ExsniiUfp lut week to Mr. Tom Gra
ham, and he donated it but" to the
f tbd. J hey weieo.ed to Mrs. Sam
Tate Jr., ss the rooet poj.ular married
la ly. They were sold at 25.
Ia rf atl to the issuanca cf t'ek
el I r Mo-jdy andSankey's met tings,
xegardins which a few are to', yet sat-
iftfled, the chairman on ticket attd
that iba object o( almitUng by ticknU
was rot Irofp anvtoiyontof the
oueetinita, bot to Iniore aeata t m
many ai the church will bo'd. That
t oe Jojra will be operied for the pub
lic at ten minntea W fore the honr of
f a-sh service, when all that can (ret in
will be admitted whether they bave
tickets or not, except that men will
not be admitted to women's meetings,
nor women t) men's meetings.
In the absence t.f a regular commit
tee Mrs. Cap pa. managed the affairs of
the Woman's Exchange yesterday and
acquitted herself creiiahly. A. W.
Newsom. R. M. Uhnrchill htw York,
Mrs. L. Wende), Mrs. If. G. Hullen
her, W. A. Uaira, J. U. Kmith, W. A.
Parker, H. A l'erkin, K. C. Oravee,
Itsv. li. O. Young, li. Kicbmond, It. J.
Morgan, BVrry Kdwsrde, lie v. 11. A.
Jones, Arthur Wardle, Henry A. llar
ris, James H. Jones, T. J. Latham, L.
Simpson, G. W. Ileisktll, J. B. Heis
hell, F. II. Ifeiekell, J. D. Alwp,
Frank Bice, U. W. McGinnis, T. D
Eld ridge, L. B. Vton, U. W. Lesde 1
Oil wd, Miss., Mrs. M. 0. Gonawsy,
John Johnson, L. B. McFarland,
Ifansdon Cary, Geore K. Kadisill,
Monroe Merri wether, BL Louis, were
Dr. Kbnhioy Jomis returned loet
night. His brother I'aul is convales
cing. Tub Rev. J. B. Briney will preach
at the union meeting t 7:30 o'clock
American wheat at Liverpool yes
terday was quiet but steady and un
changed. Corn steady but demand
Visitors oa 'Change yesterday : li a
G Hollowsy, Oxfjrd, Alius.; W. J.
Watson, Nashville; John L. Miller,
Louisville; O. L. Maples, Rossvllle.
CuwiKti prices of May options at
Chicago veaterday: l'ork, fll 65.
Lard, 6.27Jc Clear rib sides, 6.821c
Corn, 3tia. Wheat, 84c asked. Oats,
KiroRT of the Grain Elevator yes
terday: Wheat received, none; with
drawn, 1227 bushels; in store, 16,721
bushels. Corn received, 2127 busbels;
withdrawn, 2673 bushels; in store,
80,256 bushels. Oats received, 018
bushels; withdrawn, 1615 bashe1; in
store, 64,459 bushels.
A DOLLAR FOB FIFIT CENTS
WILL DBiaS rBOPLK OCT, .
Desirous of Inducing the public
to visit our house to-day, being the
first day of removal ot Millinery
and Ladies' Department
ON FIRST FLOOR,
offer for to-day only:
Best 50c towels for 25c.
Heat 40c sheeting for 20c.
Beet $1 gloves for 60o.
Best 15a muslins for 7Jc.
Beit S1 drees goods for 50c.
Best 7jc calico for 3jn.
Best Uu tumblers for 3o.
Best corsage flowers marked to
one-third value for to-day.
Hunches worth $1 for 33c.
Bunches worth 60c for 15c
Sbibts, all styles, made to order.
Memphis Nteam Shirt Factory and
Laundry, 224 Second street
MkmphisStainbd Glass Works, 236
Third street. Call and see.
J. II. Lowrby, M.D., Ilomeopathli t,
318 Main street; telephone 081.
Bzar fitshloa sheets for February.
44 North Court. John F, Key & Co,
Tub finest and beet selected stock
of gas fixtures in tbe city, st bottom
prices. J. A. BAll.ST 4 co,
Mihs Caurib M. Kbatino can be
found every day at K. Witzraann ft
Oo.'s, 223 Second street, from 4 to 6
A. Rsnkbbt & Co., No. 215 Main
street, corner Adams, and 10 corner
Market and Main streets, keep con
stantly on hnnd a supply of Dr. Har-
ter s celebrated wimuuerry imtera.
Tna Herbal Chill Cure, the beet
tonio and antl-poriodio known. A certain
and nuie our. lor chilli Price tl par bot
tie. Bem taini for eirculan. Any rol
orenro eiion. AdUroti John 0. Ruoker,
Most of the so-called incurable dis
eases are successfully treated by Dr.
E. Henderson, M.D., No. 226 Second
street. The doctor can refer to eonie
of the best citiaens of Memphis. Con
Tub most effioacions stimulants to
excite the appetite are Angostura
Bitters, prepared by Dr. J. G. B. Hie
grt & Sons. Beware of counterfeits.
Ask your grocer or druggist for tbe
Tub Comhihation of Ingredients
need in making Brown's Bronchial
Troches is such as to give the best
possibls effeit withnifety. They are
the beit remedy in use tot Coughs,
Cole's and Threat Diseases.
O. D. Fmitii, veterinary surgeon, of
New York, 1 i decided to 1 Jcate per
manently In Memphis. lie treats all
diseases of horses, mules, cattle, sheep,
swine snd dojs. Calis, day or night.
answered protuotly. Office at Jones
& Co.'s stable, 61 Monroe strftt; tele
phone 402. Residence, Fransioli
House; telephone 32.
(lot RnlleelseA Laaomanlno to do
Fine Watch repairing at Mulford's.
Djclng and Cleaning.
Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers snd lace curtains by
Louis Reigel,6S Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Term. Goods received by express.
Old gold aid silver taken as cauk
Go) to Balled A Laoaralno for
yoar Plnmbluat and Jaa-t'Utlt.
Jlolford, Jeweler, 294 Main, go
loclts orders from tbe country.
FROM TILE PEOPLE.
Rella-toaa Mr. -
To the Editor! of tbo Appeal :
Protestants for several years bave
Dale repeated attempt! t create
a religions unity in their camps,
or even among all who al
anine the Christian name. Pome
(just now wrtir in the Cen
tury) attempt to create this deeirahle
unity by the adoption of a nnif rm
liturgy, as if tbe essence of religion
consitted in tbe litursy the outward
show, of rite, of rtligion, snd not
rather in tbe iU rior acts of faith,
hope and charity, i.e., the absent to
tbe divine word and tbe fulfillment of
its precepts. Two men may bow their
beads or bend their knees or prottrate
on the ground, and at the laue time
may be as contradicting as devil acd
ngel, and as contrary as fire and
water. IIow different from such no
tion is the Cataohc dostrine on this
point In the Catbolio Church there
Is actually a great variety in liturgy,
but there is aa eutire and most perfect
noity tn doctrine and in the moral code.
Catholics most perfectly agree in re
tard to what mntt be accepted for
sure as tbe word ot God, and what
every one mutt regard as right or
wrong, according to sound reason and
God's outspoken will. Catholics
firmly hold that in waiters of faitb,
hope and charity there must be ab
solute unity, bnt in the outward ser
vice, as f as it is not essential t J the
form of the sacraments, there sbonld
be uniformity so far oa circumstances
and nssges allow it. No man of com
mon good sense can object to this idea
of unity among Christians. "In
necessary things nntty, in doubtful or
indifferent thingi liberty, but in al)
things charity," ia the old Auguatin
ian motto in tbe Catholic Church.
Even tbe Apostles Peter and James,
or any other, may differ in their lit
urgy and at tbe same time remain
firtt rate Christians, with a true relife
ous nnltv and charity.
A uniformity in liturgy (If such be
possible) could never express the es
sential common faith of Catholics,
nay, not even of Protestants and Prot
estants. This would involve an open
contradiction. Nobody must doubt
that faith, hope and charity are tbe
first essentials of true religion. There
fore nnif jrmity in ceremonies only
can never be called a true religious
unity of Christisnity. V.
Order Medals at Mnlforu'i.
is rbmovrd bt ths csb or ooooaibb,
And it stimulates and promotes the
growth of tbe hair.
rlomstt s f lavoring a i a -ant are tbe
Monogram Basgles at Mulford's.
Fire I Fire! Fire!
We bave bought from the lata fire
ot Henry Peres 200 majolica pitchers.
200 sets knives snd forks, spoons, and
all kinds of bard and queensware, fur
niture, chairs, that will be sold at very
low figures. Also a'l kinds beating
and cooking stoves for sale cheai,at
Aftnt and Comminion Merohaht,
m to 113 bhelby itreet.
Solid Silverware at Malford'p.
A DruKglNl'ii fstor,y.
Mr. Isaac-' O. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg. N. Y., wriies us: "I have
for the rat ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Baha-a for
tbe Lungs. I can say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never heard a customer speak of
it but to praise its virtues in the high
eet manner. Ibuve recommended it
in a great many cases of whopping
congb, with the happiest effects. I
have used it in iny own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready tor
ADDITIONAL KIVK NEWS.
Cincinnati, O., February 3 Night
River falling, with 24 feet 5 inches on
the gauge, weather cloudy and cold.
Departed: Ohio, Memphis; Golden
Crown, New Orleans.
Lou;svilib, Ffbrnary 3 Night
River falling, with 0 feet 8 inches' in
the canal aud 7 feet 6 Inches on the
falls. Business dull. Weather clear
and cold. Arrived : Thomas Sherlock,
Evanbvillb, February 3. Night
River stationary, with 19 feet 0 inches
on the gauge. Weather thermometer
10 to 20. Ice very heavy. The Will
lams left her tow in Dutch Bend and
went to Green river to get out of the
ABB MTILI. TBI DM PIT AST.
Tor Sftoenreara tber bare etaadily gained
in iaror, and with talei eonitantly inoreaa
Inf hare berome the moit popular Corteta
throuf boat the United tjtatea.
Tbo u qualitr It wiaiAHTiD to!wtwio
Aa icmo at ordlnar CoaaiT. Wo bare
lately Introduced the W and 01 II (Tadoi
with EnTii Lino Waiit, and can lurnitb
tbem when preferred.
Ulnho.t award! from all ths World'i
rreat Fain. Tbe latt medal reoelT.d It lor
KiaNT bruau or Mkrit, from the late Ki po
litico held at Now Orleant. While enoret of
patentt hare been icund worthlett, the prin
eiiiet of the Ulove-Viitlns bars prored lu
Talnable. Ketailan are anthorlied torefond noner,
tl, on oiamination, lh". Coraxta do nut
prnre aa reiiretentod. "r aula every
lalalotnm trru Dpllratlaei.
Thomwon, LaugdoB A Co., New Vork
It IMilX. IIOI NJB OF
Henry Clews k Co.
13 & IS Broa St., New Tork.
I per root. luteroet Paid Depoall
ORIKRS exeented on all the Txcharret
turSTiXiiia. Udxdh, (Ibaih, Cottom and
furniii.n-M for Oah or on .Munln.
Thli BKLT or Ho
saner- U r it made ei-
i reiflT i or the care
There It bo
at.Mi.tanA thm one.
tinnou. ttr.ani of
KLM TBIOll V po
mHtla, throaab the
.a.i. i" wi pari ' - ' - -
earta Bia ri"re
(nam to n.aiiov aeiinn ' wv. nv.w-
thit with Kleotrlo llelu adTortlted to -are
all III. from head U toe. It t- lr the ON kt
pooiSe parpoae. for rlreulari r atotnc r 1
ntormatlion, addroet thaeror Klostr" Boll
Uo., 104 watbinata turn, vaioaat
Tbo Bfrw Uarow
FARIttSQTOTT, (STEWART A WHITE,
Ratei, 12 SO to U per d-r. acoordlns to loca
tion of room..
TWOalbrath.Tonn A T Waller, Tosa
1) 1 Huit-r. Ohio II 11 w orihington Ohio
h Mono, Kr W C Jenkeut. N Y
O :tn'r.l,Jr,Kv (I M liranrn. Mo
A VAlitct ll, Ark i L H.tt. A, La
J T .lefJeraua, Toon M T I'.ic, Mm..
J Vooaoiat, Toon 11 k.ff'ner, SVna
R Wiikerton, Mm M M ettr. N V
K L Dorr, Matt T II Coi-kiell, Mii
0 H Nacbe, Ohio Rtl ltribt, Mit
.1 J Hnncoraun, Mitt t' 1 liarrit, Sit
R J Tburi.ood, Mit Jadre Clarton Mill
W H I olrrnan, Ala ) Leavell, Mitt
Ij Lamb, Tenn Jat Rxrn.tt, Mita
II Andrew, Tex Ir 1 hiilo, Ala
V Miiauire, Mift K A Iouu.ob, tlitt
W TWe b. Mill J J K'aokllo, Tuno
Dr Z R Wl,,, Ala W J IUo,.n, Mo
HT Oliver. Mo J II P.rru. A w, La
K N Daniere, La K K Towner, La
K A W.t-on. Mi' W J Morriam, Mil.
f C Klliion Aw.Tonn I, " Hrookt, Mi-a
C E Kinley, Ala (1 T Uoh.nton, Ala
L bbafer. Are 11 D Howell, Ark
T Akhhriok Aw. Ark A C Kennedy, Arf
R W Uiriotfj.ld. Ark W Cunningham, Tenn
OTPiTier, Tenn J K lioyd, Tenn
W J Cowan Aw, la U 0 Tucker, la
M V Lirarmore, la A J Uoldtmith. Tons
1 Ifptteio, 'Jona G R riiawart, Tenn
Wm II Nlion.Tona.
C. B. GALLOWAY A CO PaorariToas
Ratal tl M and Si per day, aoonrdina; to
iaa and location of room bpeoial
L La-nb, Tens W E Moore, Tenn
OSFoa, leno N W Uaptiat. Tens
A J Oriel, III W Lery, III
gQolri-mith.Tenn B K Olrnn, La
RWntlt. Ark A Kriedman, Tenn
H Reurhi, France J Kin, Ark
fist H Yeaier, Ark C 1' Winkler, Tenn
C Looney, f.nn K H Ilerd, T.nn
L Webb, Tenn T (Iraham, Tenn
W J freeman. Tena w 11 Darnot. Ohio
(I Arthur, NY EM Rahn, N Y
M Wight, Mail ABMarkt, NY
M Van Botehe, N Y FFShiof, NY
WUNiohol., NY W H I'nwell, N Y
A C Ci-buylor. N Y LJKIIit. Ark
AWLowry.Ohio A P Sand, Mitt
JTK .ward., Mill J N Kldrid.e, Mill
T A Ruth, Ind N C Shaefar, Ind
W T llvtelle. Wit W A Ktarke, Wit
A E Taylor Aw, Ohio H T Chamberlain, Mill
li I Moor. Aw. Mo W C Fa kner, Mine
W E Weldoo, Mo J R 8-ato. Mo
J A LeClery, Tenn B F MoConnell, Mill
B BTolliton, Milt H MpCalleo, Mint
F 1 Robinion. Mitt A K Suddoth, Mitt
Mr i B T Chamboriaia Ad, Mitt.
W. H. BINQHAM Mawaoh.
Earopean plan. Enlarsed and refurntined.
Prioee aocordin to alia and loca
tion of room..
Oeo Tbompton, La J R Olena At, Mill
J Wardon. Ark
r r i nor, aim
D Bteiman, bt Lonil
Leo Wilron, Ark
W BIluthetAw, Ark
JH Botault, Mo
J I) Wemack.Tenn
U W DeatoB, Mite
O L Dye, Si tit
J R Core, Ark
Mint Core, A k
J II Brown. Mill
0(J Rice, Ohio
J A Tuokor, Mlti
ilea N-aon. Mill
J T Ware, HIM
J y CI op ton, Ark
M H Woeayard, Ark J I iiarbee, &r
WRC-ott, Tens Tbot Kiley, lil '
Chat Jonoe, Tenn MtiJa, Tenn
T J MoGowan, Tdan Thoi Kiley. Ill
OB Loot, Ky 1'rR M Bo.twick.Tena
JO Clark, Tenn J A Ware. Mint
J A Aodrwt, Mill B 'f liarrit. Mill
DF Bell, Tenn J E Johnton, Ark
V C Ludton Aw, Ark J II Wheeler, Tenn
Cb Hrown, Tenn W L Uraham, Tena
Benj Bowdre, Tena R Cheatham, Ark
D.tauun, Mm Mn J Curtu, Ark
M Franklin, Mitt R S Browa. Mill
t X Johnston, Ark Mn Lemon A2o, Tenn
Ratal, tl per day. Centrally located, oppo
site Maionio Temple.
(i 8 Daui-herty, Ky
0 M Heart-ill. Tex
1 B hnoboy, Tenn
J Devin, Ark
W Claton, Ark
H Word A.rt, III
J Weemt, Mi't
P Joh niton, Cal
M P Winiro, Ind
II M Jamet, Tenn
W Manning, Ky
B William., La
F L Hobintoo. Tenn
II Mnione, Arr
W K Kvlyn, lad
TU MoAlliftor, La
t P W.rd. Mil.
J F Mturioe, Ky
W A MoLean, Tenn
a W r-eabody, Mail
a ai.rtin, elty
C C Koo.le, Ark
II F Buckner. Mill
C F Hunter, Tex
E M Johnston, Cal
M Ku.ki, Min
H ilion, Tenn
H Mannioir, La
L Jonet, Ten
F 11 Wilmot, Tenn
S (Ireen, Ind
UP Jama., Ill
X MoAllittor, La
8 Duncan, Mint
M I Mo.eby, Ark
tl Clark, 111.
DaMr'a Knropran Hotel.
Corner of Adamt ami Main ttreeti. Roomt
ove, 75o andfl perday; American Plan,
tl per da
Fimt-claii Restaurant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY 110 yra with l'eabody Uotol),
F M vartinr e, Ohio J C RicVey, 6o Ex'Co
J II Wvst, Ark W B Clet.ona, city
J 11 Dare, im W A Power., Tenn
J T from, Tenn O B Smith, Minn
(ieo V Ritchie, Tenn P W Henley, Ark
J Keith, w A 1 o, Tex Mn A J Wallan, Ky
AJVivic, Tenn 1 F Koeto, Ind
R S Williama, Kr Mr. Powell A 6 o, Tex
W I) Maxwell, DC E E Moore. Ark
8 8 Hall, Tenn T ) Alexander, Tenn
Jno Weed a in, Ark I H ChrutehBeld, Ark
K J 8wan.on.eity W N Trao, Ohio
Jno O Clark, Tenn i K Olenn A ton,Miai
Jno Woedam, Ark J W Dyer, Mitt
J T Cutlet.
aj-a-AS-.Vm ..an J-al. ijiiu:i.ji . A .
iiaw5 Ohhakic AV kake
lolana. rtwntt froll
A Radical Curs for
Loo f rw IndaliMDOsV a
ovar brain work. Amis'
in imposition of nrttt
ilooi icmOVsjf fttt Oust,
InmrSlM. fli itti Tob(
Kw,sh1 leara nrTponaa,
tCU Mum tsVaUxf tKantW
mont lacirhcT. Tut ft
CUKtD ihmnai, don
not lntriVrt wuti sWtn
tk'ti to burtM. or omm
inrounp; at rsiaaiei,,j
Tenrro tor ovts Si"?:?,
pain or taooowtnkttot la
any waf. sftiOakM t4
Years by u si i w many
T7f KA TMXT.
rr. B Ulrrctn
to tha Mat of dl
iprriAo tnfltMDcai t mH
witliout Otrav. Th Mo
Rural funftlrmwTtt bt-
1 1 ha aiiimaiitw awtmesnM
'of nfa, wbkh bam bswts
warftK. arerlvvn bsv-irand
tmiph aud BWaUewbltifossV
On Month, - $3 00
HARRIS REMEDY CO., M'FOCTOfim
vvw Qivm yiit
w l Ante for tn mi
V9KUIN1A, TaylortivlllP. O.
CIOL. HILARY P. JONES, H. A., PtIb
J eipal. tfnion Herint Pirpt. 80th and
mil Ja wtOlli. avUJotue ttnton ftp
eauatn Cramalnra Ioy, Sarroaaiiebl.it, Loa
sVianhood, io.,btTlnf trted in rain ?r kDowa
nmHlj.llMitia)oortI ft airopl mcanaof Mlf-onr,
Whfrh h w,llt.r'i FkEK lohiifallow-tmlfrw)ii
Kcvafitv Kkkbi A wintin nf wiiiithfuninnrDdDO
Notice of Dissolution.
TDK Brm of HERBKR8 A FRICK Sal th'i
day been dia.olTed by mutual eonient,
J. C. Filck having mid hit entire Intcreit in
aaid Sfto to Ueorx. U Ilerber., who aeumot
all llaoiliiiet ot tno nrm aim i aion.
thori.ed to oolloct all out.tancilns olaiml
of ...dllrm. J. .0- t.HICK.
n. MMiaMraa. Ovspcpwa.Torpio Lryw ,
fliow MtOAOM, MALAHI. iNOKHiTIOt. BCIM
TfiVaL'TCTrTHOtir OR1P.NO. 8-OKa
. . ti. a .ai,aai- TMl SYSTTIbV
VMliiefir. .rh flrml.rVi'.a
tThsflrmol GOODBAB A CO. has bsn rlissolred, and wsbsvs reorjranised oor Interest In tbe Wholwals Boot
and rSbo Bnalnear, in connsctir.n with Mr. W. E. Lots, lata ol Warren, Lots Si Co., 6u LoaK Mo., and Mr. J. O.
Oillicotf, of Co'dwa-er, Mies., nndf r the style of aid firm came given below. We thank oar frlead f r tMr r"for tje
in the past and hope for a continuance of their favors. A. B GOODRA7?.
6 J. H. GOODBAR.
A. B. 43onrBAW, J II COnbBAR, W K. IOTC. Jf. C. CAIXMOrT,
Lata of Goodbar A Co., Memphli. Late of (loodbar A to., M.mphit. Late of Warren. Lore A Co., 6C Louii. Lata of Cjld water. Mitt.
307 & 3G9 Main and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn.
BOSTON OFFICE No. 24 HIGH STREET.
We are tow receiving a large and En'trely Jfew Nt k of Ewtern and Oustom-Made Boots and Shoes for ths
Spring Trade of I808, which w offer at ttook Itottom Prict?B, on as liberal terms as can
be made by any competing market. 1
We bave EXCLUSIVE control in this
lowing lines rf CUSTOM-MADE Uools, all of whinh we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction :
George Iiocker's celebrated Men's Calf Boats.
Brady & Sbortell's Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip SLo's.
T. M. Harris & Co.'s Philadelphia made Children's Shoes.
Als", L. W. Nate & Co.'s Kip Brogans and PlewSbo
the best Brogans msdn in the United Stat as heretofore
bandied by Gcodbar & Co,
We are the only house in this Market handling the cele
brated Krippendorf, Dittm.nn & Co line of LdioV and
Minxes' Kid, Goat and Calf CU8IOM. Goods EXCLU
SIVELY, nnder th Factorv Brands.
Battle of the Petticoats.
Fierce Factional Fight Follow
Jng Foolish Female Frolic.
Wild War Whoops Women
Exa"perated, Excited Endeavors
Each Eagerly Embraced.
Mrs. Testy Yes, I'm glad to say
that my husband is very good natured.
Mrs. Crusty And so is mine.
Mrs. Teaty But my husband
never kicked over the stove.
Mrs. Crusty Are you sure of that?
Mrs. Testy YeB, I'm sure of it j
but I heard your husband did.
Mrs. Crusty Well, whoever told
you that told a falsehood ; besides,
I'd rather my husband would kick
over the stove than to kick me,
like I heard a certain woman's hus
Mrs. Testy Oh! you mean thing!
My husband never gave me as much
as a cross word in his life.
Ms. Crusty No, and I suppose
he never came home intoxicated.
Mrs. Testy Yes, I'll admit that;
but then he doesn't squander all his
money and leave his family suilcriog
for bread. -
Mrs. Crusty I can prove that my
husband is not aspend'.hrilt.
Mrs. Testy Provo it, please.
Mrs. Crusty Why,' he buys his
clothes at tho Mblit Parlors, 2G2
Mrs. Testy And so does mine.
He says ho can save money enough
there on a suit and overcoat to buy
coal for the entire winter.
Mrs. Crusty That's just the re
mark my husband made. He said
the overcoat he got thero for $':2 was
worth 140, and the suit he paid $20
for could not have been made to sell
for less than 9115.
Mrs. Testy I'm sorry, dear, that I
said anything about you husband.
Mrs. Crusty Never mind, it was
all my fault; but I guess we'd been
quarreling yet if it hadn't been for
the Mibfit Parlors. Gracious! what
happiness they do bring to Memphis.
Mrs. Teety Yes,. the Misfit Par
lors are a real blessing. There are
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 for half price.
N.B. Our present 'stock of fine
merchant tailors misfits in elegant
Overcoats and Suits that we sold
originally for one-half of their actual
value, we are now selling below
cost to enable us to make room for
the large and handsome stock of custom-made
GARMENTS which We will
receive. from our agents at tho open
ing of the spring season. If you do
sire to sooure a genuine bargain
in a suit or overcoat it will pay
you to give us a call.
272 Second St, Memphis,
Opp. Conrt Sqnare.
Remember, all alterations to
insure a perfect fit cheerfully arid
promptly made, without additional
oharge, by a first-class Uilor.
y- Opea Evenlna Mali 0 e'elock,
Raturdnya nwtll 11.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importer! an Scaler! In
nlilon and riablna-T1aI, BallUera
Hardwares .l'irl Bll i ad An
nunrlalen (or Hoteli and Reiideo.S4a
Mala atrt,Xenih'a Tena. Kleetrin
upplioe always oa hand. Rapeirln neatly
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers
3 IS Mala St., HemphltsTenn
Wlr.hlne; te Wetlr Iron. Bnalaeas
we eruer war Ar
STOCK AT COST.
BAIL LOYE COo
market of the fol
1 si n
OF CANTON, OHIO.
ORG ILL BROTHERS & CO.
aiO and 313 Front NtrMf, Memphis. Tenn.
SACK 11AWIN, II AMI: &TIllGS,
BIII I.RIDJIf, TB1E ClIAIf S,
TTe have a most complete stock of Cutlery, Guns, Shelf and Plantatlea
Hardware, which we ofler te tbe trade at rock-bottom prices.
394 MAIN STREET WEWPHK, TEHHf.
S. II. BROOKS.
A t I I) P ir 1 I. XT T7" T T ft
T. H. MILIiUIlN,
ROT. fill. KM AN.
l l- 1 n v vv jiniinrinii
JAM liS 6. H0BIN0N,
eDepoalta reoelred in luini of 91 and upward, and interest allowed oa aim Semi
annually. KT We buv and ell loeal Investment Monde and Beenritiee generally, ray taxe, act a.
trnsteoi, and, in geueral, eieouie any nnanciai ouainex rtquinuK a iaio ana reepuaaia.ei
era- W o iwue draft, in sanm to mil purchasers, on all parta of Europe.
BUT We have a eommod'oua Vault for tha deposit 01 valuable!, which ia at the leiTle of
oar caatomen, tree oi a arK.
D. P. 1IADDEX, President. EWD. GOLOiMII'ir, Vice-President
JAMES HATIUN, rnhlpr.
On and after this date I ihall offer
No. 205 MAIN SlIiELT,
Sawmill Supplies, Agricultural Implemcwts,
GRASS and COTTON ROPE, FENCE WIRE, Etc
er!I ihall continue to e'l from day lo day
tbia line ror nuiluinfr, Mecnanioai, rarmiaa r oiuor purpuAUB, wm uuti u uwu,.uu. w
lupply their wanta at ratea greatly to their advantage.
Mrmpris, rrrnsrv 1. ibnj
Iternberg Sl Son,
(SUCCKSSOIW TO 8TEBHBKBO at LEB)
TOBACCO, CIGARS & PIPES,
336 Front St., Cor.
IMPORTER AND DKALaB in
ttnns, Arorannltlon, Flsblnir Tackle
and porumeirs etnppues,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
34 Haia Slrcot, mptala, Taaau
Hannfaetaring and Repairing of Onni a
Dpeoia:iy. awA.i.puuo. aw. w
Importer and Dealer ia
Gobi, riatitnar Twkle aad N porta
meat's NnppltM. mr Special attention
given to MANUFACICKI'(i and KK
413 Main Nt.,lrromphiM. Tenn
A book ot 100 rarea.
'Ibe beat boot for
aaaxlv.. tiaer to oon
ult, be be eperi
It eoDtaina liala of
nawepapera and e'timatea o the eoat or ad
vertiaing. Theadtertiaerwhowant. toapend
one dolia'. flnda in it tbe information he re
qulrel, while for him who will inveat one
htiLdred thoa.and doll art in advertiaing, a
achen.e ia indicated which will meet hii
every requirement, or can be ma do to do aa
by eliihl change- eaaily arrived at by oorrn
apondene. One hundred and aflr-thre
ditlona have been iaaued. tent, poetraid,
to any addreaalor ten oenta. Apply to OKO.
P. ROWKLL Ctl.. NKWSPAl'B AI
VEKTlSlNii BURKAU.10 Sprue it. (Phnf
ing liouae Bnuare. , iiew York.
We also control the following Specialties under oar
own brands, vis:
Goodbar, Love & Go.' Men's Grained Calf CUSTOM-MADE
Bals, Button and Congress.
Goolbar, Love Oo.'s Men's N.K. Calf CUSTOM
MADE Bals, Button and Congrecs.
Goidbar. Love A Co.'s Ladies' Kid and Goat CUSTOM-MADE
Flexible Polish and Butt f 5 0(1 Shoes.
Oar Ladies' $3 00 Shoes are made from the best se
lee'ed Caracoa Kid and Tainpico Gnat Stock, and have
Solid Sole Leather Counters and Flex ble Inner Solea
and ws warrant them to fit and give perfect satisfaction
in evrv rroriMt.
J., a. nASTDWEBTnjR,
DAVID P. HADDKN,
JAMES A. OMDEKil,
at private sale the entire (tock of
at very low ratei. Thoae reqwiring anything in
w. a. mvim Hriini, -TtT-i .
Union, Memphis. Tenn.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
llemphla. BirmlnKham and Atlaa.
tie Railroad Etoaloa.
Orrini o 1
Uxhpbis, Biruinohau asn ArLAimci
Raii.khaii Company, '
MauPHiB, Tink., Jan. 30, 1886. J
SEALED PROPOSALS addreaied to. tha
nnderaigned and endorsed on the out
aide of tho envelope "TENDER," will be
received at thia nfiioe nntil lJlo'olooV m, on
MoBaay. lVbrnary 10, JSS6,
for the Oradnation, Maaonry, Bridginr,
TreaUea and Croaa-Tiea for that part of tha
Memphia, Birmingham and Atlantic Kail
road lying between the Illinois Central and
the Mobile and Ohio Kailroadt. being about
atxty (60 milea in length. Profileaand apee
ificationi oan be aei n at thia of ipe. whore
frinted forma of tender can be obtained,
oatractore are rciucted to bear in mind
that tendera will not be eona!dered nnleea
made atrirtly in acoordanoe with the printed!
fiirmi. Thia compivay reiervea the right to.
reject any or all bida.
R. fl. IKMPLE. Chief Fnrineer,
CotVin KichAnge Building.
"CHICHESTLirs ESOLlSn "
The Orlslnal nad Only Gcnalae,
Bale and always Reliable. Bawara of wortlt.
Icaelmitatinns. IndiainrJleto L4D1KN.
your Irgiria for tlhlAihealrr'a
Cnglla ."and Uke. no ether, or indole 4
(atamps) to ua for pariicaJara im httr by
relara anail. e - aAPajt. t lal
rkeiater a henalcal
HlilS Madlawaa hqnaAw. PMIart , -.
1BASK iiipplied by UEO. 0. tiuOUWlN
Wholeoalo Aaeaaa. Bextoa. Ham;
Jobx OraaTOM, Ja. C. N. Utori!V)E.
Real Estate Dealers
GEOTTN & BBOKEH8,
Oface, 284 Second Street.
. B. Ui, aeooaet aka.el Cemra,
SEXI'UIS, . a . TESRESSEE.
RVKX. BHTAT1 BOUGHT AND BOLD.'
Taxea Paid, "Rents CoUeoted. ato.. eo.