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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-THURSDAY FEBRUARY 11, 1886.
IoiUtUI ,Xew Orleaat art Tf iu R'j
JIISSIbMPri TALLKT BOVTK.
In ItVct SeTemer g, 1W,
11 :00 a. a
8:03 a. at
ew Orleani .. H
1.. ........ .
A With all line! entering jdemrhll.
-With Sl.iN.W.K. R. for Helen..
0 For UrMnTill and Ilantington, and all
Arkantu poinu. ...
1) Wuh V. M. and V 8. k P. Railroads.
B-With N.. J. k C. B. R. for iiatco.e and
F For Poind on th. Branch.
O w ith iteamara lor Bajoa Sara.
S With railroidi direrfini for Florida and
Pullman Buffet Slerlni Canon all tralni.
JAS. .M. KDWAKDa, V. P.andU lM.
M. M RKK, UtncraJ Sap't.
A. J. KSAl'F. H. P. A.
Lalaalppl and Tea aeuea. Fait
Bail train laaraa daily at 4:iS p.m.! ar
rtTei at V:6 a. a. Local freight lea,. at
:4u a.m.: ari at :. v.m. Iraigbt
traini Hut. 6 and 6 run tri-waakly. No. 4
!avn llemphli Monday, Waaoaiday and
a laansaa Cltr.'prlaf Meldaad m-
?. train! l.a.e M. and T. d.pot aj fol
owti No. 4, mall and eiir.u l.ar.i daily
t 11:3" a.m. ilio. l.mallandaxpratf arrltei
at 3.3a p.n. No. So, bt Louii eir..i
aToa daily at 8:00 p.m.t No. 5i 8t.(Louil
ipraat arriTM at 1:65 a.m.
Man. tla sad Llttlo Bock Tralni
Bora aa lliij (eanlral itandard tim)i
No. 1 mm dkii at 6:25 p.m.) arrlr.i at
9:55 p.m. I Ma. i ltM at 4:60 a. m. I aj-
eyoi at 1:60 a. b.i No. 6 Uraiihi) Lava,
opofoid daily, ept Sandi y, at 6i00
.b.i arriTM atT:10p.B.
Caeaap.ako, Ohla and aaattwMl.
orn 'traini aora M follow! i No. S (fait
lino dallylltaToa at ll:30a.B. No. I laaiai
at 11:40 p.a. daily. St. Louli faat Una
laayoa dally at 5:30 p.B. No. T Ifaitllnt
dally) ainv.i at li3U p.m. Mall and ai
prwi arrivM dally at 3:15a.m. St. Louli
faat Una arriTM dally 9:06 a. a.
napala aad Charleston Train
anotaaa jol'own Xhroaib eipreil laavaa
ally at 0:ip.m. rail and aiproaa laayoa
daily at 9:10 .a. PomerTllle eeoommodf
tloa leer.i daily, a:oapi Sunday, at 4:30
p.B. Throaih eipr.ii a-rlrai daily at 6:25
a.m. Mail aadoxproaia'riMdailjrat4 66
5.B. Som.rrill. MOOBatoda'.ion arrltai
aily, axeopt Sunday, atl:&a.B.
Lealllle aad Baahvllla Tralni
ran fil'i aat mall arrWoi dally at
36 a.B.i Irarai at 10:10 p.B. I Ball loaytt
daily at l:Ula.a. h-owniTilla accommt
datloa UaraiaaUy, aiMpt Baaday. at 6:00
f.a.t nail arrlva dally at 1i00 T.m.
rownrrillo aoooBaodatiua arrlrai daily,
wot Baaday, at 6:40 a.m. (itandard
Ifompai BlrnalaRhana aad Allan-
tle-Hollr 6innir Kouto Tralni mora aa
followf : No. I loarai Momihli daily at 4:00
&,m..arrlTai at Holly Hiirlngi at 6:30 p.m.)
o. 3 loarai Holly fiprlnii daily at 9:00
a.m., arrival at Mmihli at II ilfi a.m. t No.
5 Iraroa Mamphil daily at 7 :30 p.m., arrival
at Holly Bprinn at 11:5V p.m.i Ho. 6 laayaa
Solly hpriniri daily at 3:30 a.m., arrival at
iiapbll at :V a.m.
WaSHisSTOX, D. C, February 11-1 a.m.
Indication lor Memphis and vicin
ity: Fair; colder weather, preceded
early tbla morning by local rains ; blue
crescent, red aim.
lor Tennruee and tlie Ohio Vallfy;
Cloudy tivalhtr and light local raini;
wiml fMting to wtiltrly in the vxtttrn
jKriion, ioulhtatlfrly in tlit tastern por
tion; tlighlly colder, prtadtd in llueait
trn portion by nearly a $tationary tem
perature. TrtoaroloaTleal Baaart,
MiUFRia, Tun., February 10, 186.
8.W." I;l,ht rain.
7:00 a.m. .'.7it4
Piratttof Pencance to-night,
Saturday will be St. Valentine's
A darky wife-be nter named John
Barnes waa lodged in the calaboose
The case of Mr. M. R. Patterson
lor contempt of the United States
court was continued yesterday,
The Deutcher Bruder Bund will
give their eighteenth annual enter
tainment at Cochran Hall Thursday,
Tom 8need wm arrested yesterday
for stealing several buckets o( butter
and a number of turkeys from George
Taylor's store on Front street.
Snow still linuers in shady cornem,
but if the rain continues as it has for
the past eight hoars the ground will
soon be free cf it and tliestretts clean.
The cane of Tom Nelson, accused
ot attempt to rape, was continued in
' the Police, Court yesterday. It waa
Mrs. Lucas, nod not Mrs. Barron, who
Licenses to marry were issued yes
terday to Lewis Pope and Mary John
eon, J. C. Lyter and Susie Poitw.Wm.
Reed and Kansas Jones, J. M, Mar
berrj and Lizzie Jones.
- In the Criminal Court, yesterday,
TJus Uilham wni sentenced to two
years in the penitentiary for stealing a
pair cf pants from Robert Church and
a suit of c'othea from Cnpt. Lake.
Notice was served upon Chairman
Slaughter by Jnatice Smith yesterday
Uat he would contett his election at
fh A nril tArm Phairmkn l.nlil.
will go right along ai chairn an all the
Mr. Sig Roescher, agent o! the
Schlitz Brewing Company, slipped on
the ice last Tuesday and fell, breaking
his arm between the elbow and shoul
der. Yesterday afternoon the physi
cian reported him doing well.
Tf ree willa were admitted to pro
bate yesterday. From the will of Ira
W. Pnrnell. coloted, his widow dis
sented. J. S. Marks mat made admin
istrator, with the will annexed, of the
eetate of Miss Mary Ann Williams.
George Mitchell was made administra
tor, with the will annexed, of Pauline
The fVml (.nnlsru Jinnt a.liro1 V.
- the Woman's Christian Exchange ot
New Or lean and rnmnriainir roninoa
of housekeepers experienced in the
science oi cooxery as practiced
throughout the South, and more par-
ttrftnlailv al It ia nnHnratuul an.l ark.
plied by the Creoles of Louisiana, will
neiouna lorssie at me woman a Ex
change. Messrs. W. J. Freeman, P. J.
Black and C. H. Raine, 4 committee
appointed t examine the books of
Clerk and Maeter S. J. McDowell, re
ported yesterday that they found
everything correi t. The amount in
the Mercantile Bank is $49,4t4 64,
State Nat ocal Bank $7,tk9 40, un
presented check $100, pttty cash
The Mississippi and Tennessee
railroad have placed a'l their ticketa
ia the office cf Mr. S. L. Finley. Mr.
Finley'a office is the only one where
ticket a can be purchased to ew Or
leans and points on the Illinoia Cen
tral by Grenada. The only place
where ticket over the Mississippi
VaMey route are purchasable ia froin
R. II. Talley, under Peabody Hotel.
Alonxo Com t ton, who waa
brought back from Kooxville day be
fore yesterday by Detective Pryde,
waa sentenced in the Criminal Court
yesterday to ten days In the Work
Honse. He was charged with steal
ing a lot of tools from- the Memphis
Melal and Wood Company, by which
he was employed. It was shown tt at
ha was drunk at the time, and the
sentence will probably be suspended.
The expenses of the c Dicer were $' 0.
The committee in charge of the
Women's Exchance yesterday were
Mrs. Wn. (jar. Mrs. Jerome Eaxter
and Mra. Dr. Lipscomb. Amonfr the
visitors were E. W. Morrioon, W. J.
Cbas. 8. D. Kyle, Chas. E. Pate, E.
II. Dorion, John Overton, jr., O. L.
Hav, Geo. E. Denman. M. C. Dona
hue, the Rev. II. J. Kay, Ripley, Tenn.,
the Rev. 11. A. Jonee. R. W. Dowdy,
Li tir ii . t J iit , r ir
numn, a. rk. niru, l. ji.
Ketes. jr., R. D. Goodnvn. J. C,
French. T. J. Latham. 15. F. Trice, F.
M. Kelt on, A. J. Mar.in. Minor Meri
wether, J. J. Murphy, Wm. Knrr, the
Kev. J. M. Maxwell, J. H. Barnurn,
W. M. Wheatley, A. M. Newsom, J.
M. Edward. L. B. Eaton. F. II.
Heiskell, Hunsdon Cury, Judge
Jerome Baxter, JUiss Florence Baxter,
Vf . V. cannon.
A. E. Walbhby of Louisville is in
Miss Mary Rumuouoh of Little
Rock is visiting her consins, Miases
ellle and Dannie Treievant, 5Uti
GkOEfis Manlovi of Vlcksburg, one
ol the )opniar young men ot tbat
city, ia at Gaston s, and will probably
Sam Mabi.iy, the well known plum
ber, who has been with J. W. X.
Browne for the last ton years, is now
with Kutledge Sc Ltngomarsino.
D. '.8. WAnBi'BK, book-keeper and
collector for G. W. Fisher, is very low
with typhoid fever at Mr. Fisher's
residence. Mr. Washburn's mother
and brother are here from New York
to attend him. Miss Belle Raymond,
a niece of Mr. Fisher, ia also serious
ly ill with the lame fever. Their
many friends hope for a speedy re
cavery. West Tmnmski Whig: Dt. J. W.
Rogers of Washington, father ol J.
Harris Rogers, the Inventor of the
Pan-Electrics telephone, is a native of
Haywood county, this Rite, and in
early life was married to Miss Cornelia
Harris of Fayette county. Dr. Rogers
has engineered the enterprise for his
son in Washington. Dr. Rogers spent
a greater portion of his life as an Epis
copal minister, and prior to the war
win rector of Thomas's church at
Bomerville. After the war he spont
some time In Englsnd, snd attended
the Pan-Anglican Council, an ec
clesiastical body which assembled
in London about that time. On his
return to America he was imbued
with extreme high church ideas and
Practiced n ritualism in the church he
ad chargo of in Memphis that waa
beyond anything the Episcopalians on
this side of the Atlantic were ac
customed to. A quarrel between him
and the bishop ensued, and shortly
afterward he went over to the Catholic
Church. He is a man oi very genial
and fascinating manners, he has a high
degree of personal magnetism ana a
line lacuuy tor entertaining,
At Liverpool yesterday American
wheat wai atrady, but demand poor,
holders offering modernt'ly. Cora
steady, but demand poor,
Visitors on 'Change yeetsrday : W.
J. Gatlin, Saulsbury, Tenn.; J. H.
Stafford, Concordia; D. A. Ferguson,
Saulsbury; A. M. Alsup, Allenton,
Tenn. ; G. S. Mitchell, Milwaukee.
Yesterday waa a dull day at Chi
cngo. The following are the closing
prices for May options: Pork, $11 25;
lard, 0.22 Jc; clear rib sides. 5.65c;
corn, 40jc bid; wheat, 81 jo bid; oats,
Riport ot the Grain Elevator yes
terday: Wheat received, none; with
drawn, 8391 bushels; in store, 6."(i5
bushels. Corn received, 5831 bushels ;
withdrawn, 21195 bushels; in store, 32,
681 bushels. Oats received, 3053 bush
els; withdrawn, 4281 bushels; in store,
Thi situation ol the cotton market
is far from encouraging, and it is
feared that lower prices may be
looked tor before a healthy reaction
seti in. The capital of the world
seems to be arrayed against the pro
ducer, and every available pretext is
eagerly seized upon to depress the
market. I he large increase of dally
port receipts over those of luit year is
ndw the favorite bear argument, and
that it is being successfully worked is
apparent from the weaker tone and
lower prices at all important markets.
The publication cf Ellison's annual
cotton review, indicating tbat an
American crop ot 0.150.000 bales will
fully supply the consumptive wants of
the world, has also doubtless had its
effect in depressing the market. The
tone on 'Change is decidedly bearish,
although a few plucky spirits are still
braving it out and insisting that the
turning point is near at hand. It will
be pleasant to record the change.
Low Bales le Hew Urleaaa aad Br
lara. The Louisville, New Orleans and
Texas and Mississippi and Tennessee
railways will sell on Mondays (15th
and 22d) and Tuesdays 10th and 23d)
of February round trip tickets to New
Orleans for $; 60, good for fifteen
days. Every one wishing to see the
Exposition should patronize these
lines, and tike advantage of these
special rates. a. i. knapp,
tifnaral PuunnT Avent.
, N. 0. A T. and M. k I. Railway!.
JTulford, Jeweler, 291 Main, so
locits orders from the conntry.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp
should always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
suflerer at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relievirg the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the beet known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty-five
Monogram Bangles at Mnlford's,
Get Railed) Tc Uaa-oaiailaa fa
Old sold aad silver taken as ea.h
Sbibts, all styles, made to order.
Memphis Steam Shirt Factory nd
Laundry, 224 Second street.
Rcbsxh & So,-tinners have removed
to 20 and 22 Beale street.
MsmfhisStaikid Glass Works, 236
Third street. Gall and see.
Ckktbal Ncrsiby, No. 99 Market
street, is the nearest place in the city
for plants snd cut flowers.
Chika gilded and fired by Mrs. Liz-
tr- I r 1 1 t. i li :
J. H. Lowbey, M.D., Homeopatbif t,
318 Main street; telephone 9l.
Ox i carload of muler, at wholesale,
at a big drive. 65 Union street.
J. L. BALI..
-The floest and beet selected stock
of gas fixtures in the city, at bottom
prices. J. A. BAILEY A CO.
Brows' Brokchial Tkocuh for
coutibs and colds: "There is nothing
t j rm compared with UeD "
KEV. 0. 1. WATKINS, Walton, Ind
Miss Carrie- M. Keati.vo can be
found every day at E. Witzmann &
Co.'e, 223 Second street, from 4 to 5
o clock p.m.
Fine lot of yoang Farm Mules just
srrived at 303 8econd et-eef, Robert
Johnston s btables, three doors north
of Monroe street.
Thi Herbal Chill Cure, the best
ton io and antt-poriodio known. A certain
ana lu.-e cure lor chilli, frico II por hot'
tl. Han itimn for oirfinlarf. Act ref
areata eixea. Addreii John C. Backer,
Lyacbbori, Va. a
The most efficacious stimulants to
excite the appetite are Angostura
Bitters, prepared by Dr. J. G. B. 8ie
gert A Sons. Beware of counterfeits.
Aak your grocer or druggist for the
C. D. Smith, veterinary surgeon, of
New York, hai decided to locate per
manently in Memphis. He treats all
diseases of horses, mules, cattle, sheep,
swine and dogs. Calls, day or night,
answered promptly. Office at Jones
& Co.'s stable, 01 Monroe street; tele
phone 402. residence, rransioli
House; telephone 32.
0. B. GALLOWAY A CO Piorairroas
Katea K!50 and S per day, aceordint to
iia and looation of room Sieoial v
J D Tucker, Milt W R Cady, Mo
(i W Naill, Ark E Hateuuin, Ohio
J F Adarai, NY T E Snunderi, Mill
B f Nerill, Ark N VV liaptiit, Tenn
L Webiter, Ark H E Johnson, Ark
CPrrkini, Al P Lawrence, (la
C 11 Loop, N L BHMecklin, Ha
J Pwopn. Ohio JHCary, NY
Ml Martin, NY T D RadVliff, Ala
W Winiton. Tenn J Aliton. Tenn
J 8 Clement, Term . J 11 tSmedley, N Y
J M Thill hl. Mo JASad er. M ia
J A Sadler, Mile
I J 1) Curiienter, Mo
L Kuth, led
W li y.athii. Miei
Mill L Howard, Mill J 1) Curienter, Mo
T A Hutu, ind
S Davii, N Y
r, v tt i - nf
II none, N I T Howinin, Mo
WCU.nman.NY U M haaw, Mini
II John ion, Tenn It F Martin, Ark
V (1 Baker, Tenn J L Fraiier, Ky
W B Doly, NY M J Mundertoo, Minn
S Hoaenhelm. Ill K B Holland, Ohio
A J Friihy, Ohio T T Brown, N Y
Mm M l'hillii, Ind J Ledver, Ark
J Mi.ri, Ohio J F Harroll, Ky
F C Mct'arroll, Ky J L Cocke, Tenn
i K McNairr, Tenn W A M. libit, Ark
s W Luicombe, Tonn,
W. H. BINGHAM Manaoaa.
European plan. Knlamed and refurniihtd.
Fricei aooordlna to ilea and loca
tion of roomi.
O BBudlilll.Tenn M 8 Joy, Tenn
W (I Ford. Ark
J C Foley, H V
3 K Ulenn. Ark
Mra A York, Ark
K W Mctjuirk, Mill
J Lofland. Tenn
W i Cheatham, Mo
Mr i A V Doyd, Ark
N K lluirrjef. Miiia
T 8 Hare, Tenn
K P Knanti, Ind R Maror, Ohio
JW Hho.lej, Ark W P Hale, Ark
) I) Driver, Ark A Driver, Ark
JLi'tle, Ky J Montgomery, Mill
J f Burni, N Y P B Bromley, Mich
S ?i.lb, Km W W Crandell, Tonn
r. r xirown, a
II lli.n. N
. I. . A . 1.
u AJnorein, mil
W Inaram. AJk
J H Fieldi, Mill
j it r leiui, Aii.s o
A J norrli, lenn
& D noooeru w. xeuu uo nereu. Anna
)eo Braiier, Mli A Str.leikl, Tenn
F BKaymond, Tonn WJCoy.Ku
Mn Crockett, Ark TO Hick., Ark
CDBowden.Ky It Owa'hmi)'. Kf
M V Frailer, Ohio E L Morris, Tonn
IS W Rumelli, Mitj.
The New (iayoaa.
FARRINQTON, STEWART k WHITE,
Ratal, t2M to M per day, acoordint to loca
tion of roomi.
Mrllamllton Aw, NY H W Irby, Mid
J P Short, Mini LDBlunn. Ark
C B Johmon if, Ark M J llcndenon, Ark
M K Allan, Ark W S Fiiher, Onl
N A Johmon, Pa O W Rotnn, Mill
II B Troutman, Ky Henry Fink, Tenn
F W Hatch. Mo Bob Branch, Ind
lTMoKuiKhtAw,WilW 11 Calhey Ao, Ark
Koht bhean, fa M Mny aw, lenn
urinuiiiiDr, I n a hi ..iiii. iiiv
ti S Mitchell Aw, Wli 0 HWilllami, 111
M N Smith, Miai J B Convene. Ill
W W Shelby Aw, Mill 0 N hhelby Aw, Mini
Mill L A Harper.Miu Mill M K Shelby. Mln
W II Kainey, Mill J M l'rentriduo. Mill
C B Howry, N Y E M Ye.reer, Mill
f 8 Ailoiliiiit, Mill J II Robinson, Tenn
J II Pullen, Tenn S H Lamb, ir, Tenn
K P Coleman, Mill J P Sliort. Mill
H W Jabey, Mill S W Lamb. Mill
J' A He.'iii, Tenn J C Farriniton. Tenn
A Price, Ala 11 A i.iven.uhio
W A Morrow, Tenn A F MoCraa-, Mill
J Fiihor, Mill O L Howard. Mich
H M Howard, Mich II T Haim, Mo
Jell' Williami, Mo Mn II Cuthey .t, Ark
Mra Lombard, Mill A T Mcilhee, Mlm
7. Bisari, Tenn W B Hudaon. Tenn
F M Koaearanti, Ark J K Hoakini, Ky
WLBoyd.Ky J II Erwin. Ky
BOWLES k LEAKE Panraiiioas.
Katei ti per day.
W P Brown, Tenn J A Sangiton, Tenn
U E Franco, Tenn P A Babbit, Tenn
J II Babbit, Tenn B T Pattenon, Tenn
J Hamilton, Tenn S Pavia, Tenn
II M Dillard. Min J White, M
lr W F CaniK, Ark J Currin, Tonn
A B Fisher, Ind J J Hnyder. Ohio
W W Pope, Tenn J D Null, Tenn
C M Esi, La K dei ftardini, Tonn
W P Phelton, Tenn.
1 m n un. juo
Order Medals at Mnlford'f.
Sa to Ralledaje A Lacoraaralao for
yoar Plautbina; anil Uae-tlttlos;.
A DrnxglMt's Story.
Mr. Isaac G. Chapman, drngg'st,
Newburg, N, Y., writes us: "1 b
for the jait ten years sold sevti'
grors of Dr. William Hall's BaUft'a lor
.the Lungs. I can say ot it what I
'cannot say ot any other medicine, 1
have never heard a customer speak c;
it but to praise its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whojping
cough, with the happiest effects. I
have used it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
bottU in the medicine closet ready for
Fine Watch repairing at Mnlford's.
Prompt allrntloa tla werk ar
de re ay Knaarb n. Telrphano se
Dyoliig; and lloanlnjf.
Ladies' and gents' clotbea cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lacs curtains by
Louis Reigel.M Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods received by express.
Solid Silrerware at Malford'?.
laky ror raalr4 ay Rabaeh
A Maa, ao aatl S3 Heal alwl.
Fire I Flrct Fire I
We have bought from the late fire
ot Henry Teres 200 majolica pitchers,
200 sets knives and forks, spoon, and
all kinds of hard and qneensware, fur
niture, chairs, that will be sold at very
low figures. Also a'l kinds heating
and cooking Stoves far enle chean, at
BAM O ABA Y,
Afent and CommiMion Merchant,
, iw to IB fchelby itreet.
ADDITIONAL KIYEIt JiEWS.
River falling, with 14 feet 1 inch on
the gauge. Weather cloudy and warm.
Departed : Granite State, Memphis.
Cairo, February 10. Night River
20 feet 7 inches on the gauge and tail
ing. Weather cloudy and cold. Ar
rived: Jaaaes W. Gaff, Memphis, 1
Louisvilik, February 10. Night
River falling, with 7 feet 3 inches in
the canal and 5 feet 1 inch on the
falls. Business fair. Weather clear
and pleasant. Arrived: Paris C.Brown,
Evansvills, February 10. Night
River falling, with 13 feet 7 inches
on the gauge. Weather thermometer
44 to 53. River full of heavy ice. The
W. W. O'Neill got to Henderson with
her tow and laid up.
MOST PERFECT MADE
TrepirtM with jxxdal repard to betvitb.
No Ammonia, LJme or Alum.
PRICE BAKINQ POWDER CO..
CHICACO. ST. tOUia.
Thli BELT er Ra
anr.tor ia mada aa.
mCMrcVLKVof d.aanoration of
' ?fFi .WL. I a V,. ..aafal aa A-
RIC WJ,, -TheV. i. "no
Vliil FORjVjf miitakaabon thiiln
. WlrT-iss-"TJ'r .atrnment tha oon-
1 ijfetS .il tinnoni itream of
iiLttiniUll X per
meatlnf through tha
narti moat reatora
them to health? action. Do not eonionnd
thii with Electric Belu advortlied to cure
all llli from head to too. It it for tha ONE
peciBe purpoie. For circulari living- full
nformetlyej, addreii Cheever Eleotrlo Belt
Co., 1i wH'hlnaton atreet. Cbicar ', III.
A Valuable Patent
Danay's (Horse) Corn and Pea Plan
ter. HAVING porfecUd my Inrantlon, I wlih
:o plaoa it before the public, especially
manufacturer. Aa a Dorn Planter, it ii a
lerlect -u cell openi tha drill, dUtribatei
the leed aocrateiy, uumiered, and coven
tha lame, thereby ona man performing tha
work of three. Thar hare been need in
thii lection for aver a doien yean with per
fect lattifaction. Can lire roipociible toitl
JOHN 11. DANCY. Dancyyllle,
Haywood county, Tenn.
KKMh.iT I'UUK. A victim of youthful. imtrudencft
etitinj Premature Deoajr, Nervous Debility, Loui
Manhood, Ao.,liavlnc trid in vain Try known
remedyJfaidiiooTerea a i tuple mennsof wlf-otir,
which h will strd FKKK to hit fellow-atifffireraS.
Addrcw, J,H.RKKVK8,4301ithtrotiUiSw Voriy
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Bfempbla, Blrmlnahara and Allan.
OfFica or 1
Mkhphih, Birminqham axo AtLasticI
Railroad Cojipanv, !
MmrHiH, Tinn., Jan. SO, 1896. J
SEALED PROPOSALS addreued to tha
undenigned and endoried on ttve out
Ida of the en vein ,e "TEN" HER," will bo
recQived at tbil office until Ulo'olock m. on
Monday. Febraary 15, 1SS6,
for tha Graduation, Maionry, Bridging,
Traitlei and Oroia-Tiei for that part of th
Memiihii, Birmingham and Atlantlo Rail
road lying between tha Illinois Central and
tha Mobile and Ohio Railroad, bains about
fity (HO milea in lenith. Protlei and ipeo
iflcationi can be leen at thii office, where
printed form! of tindor oan be obtained.
Contractor! are requeited to bear in mind
that tenderi will not ba oom'dered union
made itrictly in accordanoa with the printed
formi. Thii compnny reiervei tha right to
reject any or all bid.
U. 11. TEMPLE, Chief Engineer,
Cotton Eiehanre Buildinr.
"Empraii of Song," containing 63 vocal
pieoei, 50c, by mail 6oo.
"Song 8ouvenir,"contalning59 yocal plecal,
60o, by mail 6Ac.
"Piano Souvenir," containing 60 inatrn-
mental riecei. 60c, by mail n5c.
'Folio of Muiio," containing 80 instrument
al piecei, 60c, by mail two.
"Excelilor Method for the Organ," con
taining complete inatructioni, beaidei
over 100 vocal and imtruinental pieoei,
bonnd in boards. Price tl, poitpaid.
"Coe'i Method for the Violin," the latait
and most progresiiva instructor pub
lished, having all neceisarv instruction!,
and 100 selection!, such as "When the
Robins Neit Again," "I'll Await My
Love," "Dancing In Hie Barn," "Little
Darling Dream of Me," "Peek-a Boo,"
"Soma Day." Price 75c, poitpaid.
Complete itock of Music Rolls, Cniei, Wrap-
o i ti - . i . y, i : hi Ti-
iicn, opriua-DacK roiiuH, iu avt, ao
ligm of Leather and Plush.
ALL STYLES AN l PRICES.
3S0 Main St Meiupbiu.
Sola Agent! for Chirkerlng, Hardman and
new angiana rianoi.
J. F. 1I0LST k BH0.,
(SVC'CSSSORS TO O, H, BOUT A BRO.)
t30 MAIX ST., MEMPHIS.
A FULL and complete itock of Wood and
Jrl.tallie Caiei and CaketJ, Cloth-Cov-ared
Caskets and Burial Kobe! alwaye on
hand, aar Order by teletraoh promptly
Xotlce is Hereby Given,
THAT tha annual meeting of the itook
holderi of th Cheaiake, Ohio
and Southwestern Railroad Company
lor th election of Director! and
uch other business as may coma before the
meeting, will b held at tha oBico of th
Company, in the city of Memphu (callod tha
Taxing Ilistiict ol r-helhy County!, lenn..
on the Btn .lay of April, IMS, at U
o'clock noon of that day, and that the lease
tram that Company to the Newport ISew and
Mii-iisippi Valley Company will, b ub
mitted to th itockholde-a for their consent
thereto and approval thoreof. Transfer
books will ba closed lroin March i)th to
ABry1ord'of the President and Board of
Director. ISAAC K. (iATES, Secretary.
THE annual meeting of. the itockholderi
of the Momi'hii . Light Company will
be held at the otSo of th company, No. 68
Madison street, Memphis. Tenn., Monday,
March 1, ISO, to olect tNeven (i) Direclora u.
serve the company during th enmlng yar.
Election from 10 m.tollj "-
JOSKI'd CRA1H. Secretary.
Subscribe for the "Anpeal."
sar Tbe firm ol GOODBAR A CO. has been dissolved, and webave reoriranized oor intereet in the Whole ala Boot
aod bbos Biiainee, in connection with Mr. W. E. Love, lata of Warren, Love 4 Co., St. Loaia, Mo., and Mr. J. C
Calhcott, of Coldwater, Miss., under the style of and firm name given below. We thank oar friends for their patrouaxo
in the past and hope for a continuance of their favors. A. B. GOODBA1V.
o J. II. GOODBAR.
T . A-B-1ta0' . J. H. OOODBAB, W.K.LOVE. J. C. CALLICOTT.
Lata of Uoodbar A Co.. Memphii. Late of Goodbar A Co., Momphjg. Lata of Warren. Lov A Co., St. Lonii. Late of Cold water. Mi
GOOBKAR, LOE Sd GOo
3G7 & 3G9 Main and IS Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn.
BOSTON OFFICE Jfo. 24 HIGH STREET.
We are roar receiving a large and Entirely Sew Htvt of Eaatern and Custom-Mada BaoU and Shoes for tha
Spring Trade of ISstJ, which ws offer at Hovk. Hottoni Prices, on aa liberal terms as can
We have EXCLUSIVE control in this market of the fol
lowing lines of CUSTOM-MADE Goods, all of whhh we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction :
George Hocker'e celebrated Men's Calf BoDta.
Brady & Shortell's Boys', Youths', Musses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoes.
T. M. Harris it Co.'s Philadelphia made Children's Shoes.
Also, L. W. Nute & Co.'s Kip Brogans and Plow Shoes
the beet Brojana made in the United States heretofore
handled by Gcodbar & Co.
We are the only house in this Market handling the cele
brated Krippendorf, Bittmann & Co. line of Lt dies' aDd
MieW Kid, Goat and Calf CUSIOM. Goods EXCLU
SIVELY, nnderthe Factorv Brand.
Battle of the Petticoats.
Fierce Factional Flglit Follow
ing Foolish Female Frolic.
M ild War IV li oops Women
Exasperated. 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. Testy But my husband
never kicked over the stove.
Mrs. Crusty Are 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 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 I you mean thing!
My husband never gave me as much
as cross word in his life.
Mrs. Crusty No, and 1 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 suffering
Mrs. Crusty I can prove that my
husband is not a spendthrift.
Mrs. Testy Prove it, please.
Mrs. Crusty Why, he buys his
clothes at the Misfit Parlors, 2C2
Mrs. Testy And so does mine.
He says he can save money enough
there on a suit and overcoat to buy
coal for the entire winter.
Mrs. Cwsty That's just the re
mark my husband made. He said
the overcoat he got there for $22 was
worth MO, 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
the Misfit Parlors. Graciouil what
happiness, they do bring to Memphis.
Mrs. Testy 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 6ELLINO below
cost to enable us to make room for
the large and handsome stock of custom-made
garments which we will
receivelfrom our agents at the open
ing of the spring season. If you de
sire to secure a genuine bargain
in a suit or overcoat it will pay
you to give us a call.
Cloih ins Parlors
272 Second St., Memphis,
Opp. Court Square.
sH- Ttemember. all alterations to
;,,c,,r a a nerfect fit cheerfully and
promptly made, without additional
charge, by a first-class tailor.
-Uprn Evenlna aatll o'clock,
Saturday naill 11.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importer! and "lr In "a. Arnmn
anion and rinhlns; Tarkl. Bnlldvra'
Hardware, Hecirle Bella and An
uarlaltn (or Uoteli and rUidencei,o
Mala almt, Hvmpaia, Tea, tlectrio
appliM alt7i on band. IU pairing naaUy
Minimis, Tf.ss.i February 8, 1898.
THE itocaholdi-ra of tha "lieal la
aiaaMt'onpaai are hereby noti
fied that the annual eleotion of beven Direc
tor., to lerve the en.uinf year, will he held
at the office ot the company, No. 10 Madison
treet, oo TUESD AY, February 8, lSt. be
tween the hours of 12 m . and 2 a,m
II. M. NEKLY, Treiident.
Johx Jouyaox, Secretary.
uo ma-je oy any competing market.
OF CAHT05, OHIO,
ORGILL BROTHERS & CO.
81Q and 313 Front Street. Itfeinphlm Tenn.
BACK BANDS, IIAME (STRING S,
BLIND BItIDIrE8, TRACE CUAIN8,
We have a most complete stock of Cutlery, Gnns, Shelf aDd riantntion
Hardware, which we offer to the trade at rock-bottom prices.
DES JARDINS, MILLER & RO OTES
394 MAtlV STREET MEWPniS, TWOS.
THE FIRM OP eODBR CO., COMPOSED 0 J. M. GOODBAR, A. B. GOOD
BAR, W. L. CLARK and J. H. GOOuBAR. wai dipiolved January 1, 18, by mutual
eonient, A. B. Uoolbar and J. H. Goodbar having old their entire interoit in the ameti
to J. M. Gocdbar and W. L. Clark. J. M. GOODBAR.
W. Ii. CLARK.
A. B. GOODBAR.
Mkmphu, Tkxm., January H, 1886. J. 11. GOODBAR.
-Referring to the above 'notice of diieolation, J. M. Goodbar and W.L.Clark beg to
inform their frienda and ouitomeri that, succeori, they willeontinue the Wholeiale
Boot and Shoe Buiineia, at the old itand, 319 Main itreet, under the old firm name of
GOODBAR k CO., having admitted u partner! E. J. Carrington and F. G. Jonea from and
after January 1, ISM. Those indebted t the old firm will make lettlenient with ui.
GOODBAR k CO.
Jamea M. Uoodbar Wm. I,. Clark Engine J. Carrlnaton Frank G. Jonea
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
. oz5A.nxrrTE3 da? oo.
iP'lii. rift-' J
Madison Street, IV car Cotton Exchange and Theater
Rates, $2 I3 ox" Dav.
BOWLES & LEAKE. PROPRIKTORS
ALABAMA SPLIHT GOAL!
Ordrra for Ibla Coal, In larce or email qnantlllca, filled by
1. M. PATTEKSON
iw Telephone tf&,
Sternberg & Son,
(8CCCESSOBS TO ITtlHBEHO LEE)
TOBACCO, CIGARS & PIPES,
336 Front St., Cor. Union. Memphis, Tenn.
bask ix g norsE OF
Henry Clews & Co.
13 k 15 Broad St., New Tort.
S nr cent. latere. Paid on Depo.lt
ORDERS eietoted on all the tiohenrei
forSTOCkS, Bowns, Urain, Cotto5 aod
Petrolkvh fur Cash or on Manin.
We also control the following Specialties under our
own brands, viz :
Goodbar, Love & Co.'s Men's Grained Calf CUSTOM-MADE
Ba!s, Button and Congress.
Goolbar, Live & C.'s Men's N.K. Calf CUSTOM
MADE Bale, Button and Cangrees.
Gojdbar, Love & Co.'s Ladies' Kid and Goat CUSTOM-MADE
Flexible Polish and Butt jn $3 00 Shoes.
Our Ladies' S3 00 Shoes are made from the best se
lected Curacoa Kid and Tampico Goat Stock, and have
Solid Sole Leather Counters and Flexible Inner Soles
and we warrant them to fit and give perfect satiefactioiv
in every reanect.
and Lock Go,
CtEORBE 8. FOX.
ffi AGENTSTVJI. 6.
1 Fisher Ranges,
257 Main St.
& CO., 190 Jefferson st.
Young & Brother.
Booksellers and Stationers,
2 IS Main St., Memphis, Tenii -
WlahlDK to "Hire from Ba.lneaa
W Offer nir l.nllre
STOCK AT COST.