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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 18SG.
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.aei M"aTL7 I 6oth. North
4 :00 p.m
I KB a.m
6 :a' p.m
. 3:45 p.m
7:i a. in
A-Wlth all linn enuriu Memphis.
fi-W th M. A N. VV- R. H. lor Il.lena.
Arkansas polnlf. . . ., ,
n-V,i(, V. Jk M. and V'.i 5. i P. JUiiroaaa.
l-With N. J, AC. R- H. fur Asuiues and
t-t i,r Mate on the TrancS. " '
IJ With'reilroada diveriini fur Hurida and
Cut points. ....
Pullman feuflet Slcf-pini Carson all trains.
JAS. M. KUW AKUS. V. P. and ul M.
M. I'.HKKK, General Sup't.
A. J-k-N Al'l1. i. P. A.
Jflelall ana .laa. Fast
mail train leavea daily at 4 :JU in. i arrives
at :1S a.m. Lonal freulu leav.a at 0:411
a.m.; arrives at 4:W p.m. freight traina
Not. 5 and ran tri weekly. No. 6 leave!
Memphia Monday, Wednesday and Flidar.
Maaaatty,Nprlaanrlt aad Mm
atliia Traina lear M. and T. depot aa fol
low.. : No. 4, mail and eipreaa, loawe daily
at 11 a. m. ; No. 3. mail and expreaa, ar
rives at S::l p.m. No. !. tit. Loaie exprea',
leavea daily at :0li p.m. i No. ill, Kt. Louis
eipre a. arriraa at 8: Vi . ? ,
Mmphla and Mill Kark. Traina
move aa follnwa (central ltand.nl time):
No. 1 leave'daily at n:2Ti p.m. ; arrives at
B:Vip.in. Ne. S leavea at 4 :Sti.n. : arrivea
at8:Mla.m. No. & (freight) leaves llopefleld
dally (eiMpt Bundiy) at (1:U0 a.m.; arrives
at 7 IU p.m.
rheaaprakr. Ohio aaa ftontbwrat
era Trains mora aa tnllowi: No. V (laat
lloe daily) leaves at 11:30 a.m. No. 2 leavea.
at 11:40 p tu. daily, bt. Lonia laat line
leavea daily at :) p.m. No. 7 (laat line
daily) arrive at 1:30 p.m. Mull and
preai arrive! daily at 3:l".a.in. bt. Louia
fail line arrives daily at D:5 a.m.
Mrrnphla aad 'herleelnes Trains
move aa fnllowa: Through eipreaa leavva
daily at 10:20 p.m. Mail and espreaa Inavea
daily at ; :10 a in. humerville eiwoinnioda
tion leaves daily, em-opt Hunday, at 4 :H
p.m. Tlirouah eipreaa arrie daily tf:2"
a.m. Mail and eiprera errivei daily at 4 :.V
i.in. Homerville anroininndutioa arrival
daily, aieept Hunday, at K..la.ni.
I.nnlai'lll) and Waahvllln Trulria
move aa fulloat : 'ait mull arrivea daily at
4:.'Ua.m.: leavea at 10 :1U p.m . : mail Icavta
d.ily at 9:00 a.m. Ilrownnvllle arcommo
datinis leavea daily, eirept ttundny, at 6:UI
Em.: mail arrivea daily at 5:0) p.m.
rnnvill aeromm.idutiiin arrivea daily.
xooptHundar, at It 40 a.m. litandard time).
Pfempbl, HlrinlaKbana and Atlan
If lloll Hprinia Hnute Traina move aa
follow.: Na. 1 leavea Memphia daily nt4:00
P m. I ariivea at Uolly bpnnii at 6:30 p.m. t
No. 1 leavea Uolly rjnrinai daily at H:00
a.m.. arrive at Uamrhia at H :15 a.m. I No.
6 leavea Memphia daily at 7:30 p.m., arrivea
at llollr Hprinia at 11:59 p.m.i No. 6 leave
Holly Hprlnia dally at 8:31) a.m., arrive at
Idamphi at 1:36 a.m.
WiBBiwiTOK, D. 0.. February 20, 18S6. )
1 o'olook am.
Obaerver, Memphia, Tenn.i
For Memphia and vicinity: Fair,
wanner weather, blue crescent, red
lor tfi Ohio VaOty and Tennmet:
Fair uxalhtrin Tennrwe; local mowi
in tlte Ohio Valley Jullowtd by fair
, vxaOur, tkmity riling temperature, windi
ikifting to witerlu, falling, followed in the
weMern poition by ritiny barometer.
HiMrma. Tin., February 20, 1W6.
Tim. I Bar. I Ther.
Wind. I Weather.
l:0Ha.m..F'0 & "I 29 3
T :00 p.m.. hO .'IIS :w 8
10:00 p.m. .IH0.25.V 3.1.7
Wailraqra temperature, 42.0,
Minimum temperature, 24. t.
All obaervalioni are taken on 75 meridian
time, which ta ea hour Inter than local
Mmjto's ttilcliratwJ Miuw vtill bo
Tondcrori by thcclioir ut Hi. l'otcr'H to
day At 1U::K).
JiuuhU nnprnrH m thn "t'rincowi
Audrtut" ut tlio Munipliiaj TIiiiiUt to
Annie Ilxlfy in the fun li liar M'lutu
and Xam, iiKMim tlio litxt tlirco luyn
wt'tk fit thti Mi'iiiiihiH TltouUir.
Tlio jury intlm MayiUvrll faw, for
Btilbtiing ii ni'ro, fiiilcll to iinrco vt'H
toriliiy uml wcrt! lockod up until .Mon
day. Tlui MoiiiphlriThfutcr wiw pHckoii
yoHlorilay (rvfiiiiiR, when aUi n-
Htari'tl for Urn lust tinm, tlio ol.l bUiiul
by, Mmtlt, Ihhiik k'ivoii.
Tim liwliiw of C!ulvarv Olinrch will
jjivo nil "KnnliHhToii"iU."tlni rcHiih-iictt
f Dr. It. H. Maury, 27:1 Undo Rtrwt,
1'liiirmtay t-vt'iiing next.
Tlio M)liro mailc tt'hi haul litnl
niirht on ." IvoviI'k Hill," mnr tlio corner
of Third' mill (iiiyoxo, rapturing nine
liartl ninli) ami fcmulv cilizcUH.
It took the (Iluillii ry Clerk ttirfO
bourn to pi't thnniL'h with bin mtlo of
real CKtjiUi ymtrrilav. Tlio Halt uni
iMicoiuini,' tpiito u uV"ld for Kpcculation.
H7i(i' iirh ' .Wi'nr;, n new 'novel by
Cioorjfo Mu"lonuid,, and .V.mavnT
Wttiim, a Yorkshire llonianee, both
in cheap coverx ut Manslord'H. Open
until 1 oVIiH'k.
Tin; laulied' Aid Soeletv of lh
Ohureh oi tho CitMHl Shepherd will
ivc a wlect Noiaul ut the residellco of
1r. Will llutloii. S! Fifth street.
A very di-servinn and estinmblo
laily lost a purxe n I'oplar stn'et yen
U'rday eontiuniiit- JMo. If found by
an honest HTson it it ill he returned
atoiKH! to the Aitk.ii. othee.
A con viol named ltass Daniols,
who eseaped from the (ieorniit ini
tenliary afU r servinj,' six vt'iira of a
twenty yearn' Heutonoo, has btvn ciiV
Tired by the Memphis pulico.
LiiHiiHiw lo fuarrv were issncd
vester.lay to Charles I". Tuiisinan und
vii'Kiiiiit Kiiulers. Sain ('ars.m and
(Jortrii.le 1Uvoh, t.Win. Williams and
Ix'titiu Joneti, DooTonev and ltvinia
Tho Cominissioners fur the W.l
TciinessiH lnsjuio Asylum will m..i
at Uolivcr next Thursday, to view tho
location und confer with competing
archiUdts, who mo invited to lo
tproateiit, us to the location for tho now
. Tho Mindly Tioica, before tho typo
Betting content hcirun, as an induce
ment to it representative. otTcred to
him an additional priro of flO to
' win tho modul. Tho Hunday Timet't
Ion-man, w. J. adiiy, also ollored
Jothiniv baa boon hoard of tho
ri'portof too Work-House Juvostiimt
injt; Committee sinoo it wont into tho
poHsorwion of Justice Welhoruo. Ho
t. i.i: t 1:1.. l :- - 1
Owen it lo uii- puonc vt mo lusniuc nu
trients, with the original report intact,
nt the oarlicM XssiUlo moment.
Kales to California points are low-
now on account 01 I ho lurlit between
the throuch linoa. Tho Memphis nnd
JJttlo Kork rojid aro RclliiiR Iirbt-tl;u
nnlimilH tii krta to Pan Franriwo and
all inUrmwliaU- point at l'7 W; lim
ited nntU laHH, Vi; neoond clana, I JO.
Thitw are the clH-aiHwt rati pvt rpvt-n
from hero to thu 1'uoilio coast.
Police prottttdinKs yostenJay : Mat
tie Waldrvn, colored, drunk and dis
orderly, foiled to apjicar and her for
feit of'flO waa tuken in; (ieorjro W.
Smith, colored, aswtiilt and buth-ry,
lined f 'l, jtaid; Milca J'urkor, colored,
violating newer onlinaiui-, timsl $1,
paid; l'on-y 1'iitlomon, colonil, dis
orderly conduct, lined ", paid.
AlMint brcakfast-tiiiie yesterday
the rcsidenif of Mr. J. J. Thornton,
on Cynthia street, was discovered to
! on tiro, iloubtless on account of a
defective Hue. The roof was burnt'U
otr, but the furniture, with the exocp
tioii of thut in the lihrarv. was saveil
entire, Tin; .!:lrUiC iiij (ilx.'Vll flWU.
fully covered ny iniilrAncc.
An iteui in the Xew Orleans
Tinut-Ih uxiernt says, "Mainufcr Jtoliin
son returned .yesterday from Mem
phis, where be coutrtH'tcd for the erec
tion of a suitable buildint; for n lirst-il:L'-s
niuseuni. The ground has al
ready been broken for thu foundation
and everything will Ik ready by the
1st of Julv next, when summer iiuiuhc
ii it - i i t will be (.'iven, if it is advisable."
Pr. 'William Ku.iia of the Faculty
of the Memphis Medical CoHre has
just completed a live months' courso
of lectures before n class of youn) la
dies in Miss I lichee's school, tiiveli
in a .filial, pleasing an 1 eloquent
innnner, divesU'd of all ueeilless tech
nicalities, nnd illustrated by charts,
models, nml at times by real anatomi
cal subjects, these lectures have
proven of ifivit value to tho students.
Seldom has a class boon more privi
leyed in a study of such vital impor
At the Melnjihis Theater to-morrow
nijjlit jHiiish opens an enaement of
three niL'hts and a matinee in J'rin-
n Audita, one of the )reut Sardou's
plays. It is said to be very interesting.
The NcwOrk'iiiiK.SY'irV' savs of a ri!eeiit
s'rformanro there that Janish, in tho
role of "Princess Andrea," was very
pleasing, graceful and Womanly, und
won tho favor and hearty applause id
tho audience. While not a powerful
actress, she is decidedly clever und
charming in be r conscientious work,
estahlishinetho fact that she possesses
talent of n liib orders
lanisli ut the Memphis Theater will
Is followed by Annio l'ixley, who
tills out tlio remainder of tho week.
M'liM will bo Riven Thursday night
and ut tho Saturday matinee. Zcmi
I riday ni'lit und a liew play Saturday
Will B ncld To-Day at lha Tarlona
Ctaarcba at tba Hoars Sam est.
8md PnAiileria. Corner Main and
Deal atroela. JSoaervioe.
Si. Mary'i Cathedral Poplar atreet- 8er
Tiee at 7 and 11 a.m., and at 4 p.m.
Si. I'ttrr't Roman ColAoio Church. High
maaatl0:30a.m, Toapen at 7 ) p.m.
iSlrniora'6Br!j. Union atreet. The Rev.
N. M. Lone, pastor, hervioca at 11 a.m. ana
Onrral ilrlhadUt Churfh. Union atreet.
Service at 11 a.m. by lha Rev. K. ll.Ma
bon, 1).!)., paator.
Firrt Mr&oditt. Corner of Seeond and Pop
lar atreet. freenhini at 11 a.m. by the
Iter. 8. A. BUel. No nliht aorvioe.
Birnanda Strrtl ilrthoditt Church Corner
Linden and Uernando. Herviee at 11 a.m.
by th Rev, J. M. Snenoe, paator.
Ltnlrnl Bnplirt. Second afreet, near Beala.
Preaohtnc at 11 a.m. by the Kev. A. W.
Lamar, paator. No night aervlou. All at
ChurrA of th Good Shnhrd. Corner
Fourth and Mill atroeta, Uhelaea. rXervioea
at 11 a.m. and 7::0 p.m., th Rev. R. C.
Valvarv Church. Corner of Second and
Adaina atroat. Karly eomunion at 7 a.m.
Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., th lUv.
Davla Beaauma, rector, officiating.
Alabama Strert Jrbytrian ChurcX. Cor
ner el Alabama atreet and Jonea avenue.
Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. by the
Iter. Jaine L. Martin, D.I)., paator.
LaudrdaU Strtt Prbyierian Church.
Corner Lauderdale and Ileal atreet.
Preaohlng at 11 a.m. by th Key. 8. 0.
Caldwell, paator. No night aervicea.
CArwliaa Church. Linden atret. Preach
ing at 11 a.m. and 7:1 P m. by tha Her J.
11. ltriney, paator. Morning aubjeott "Th
Three Kinidoin of Uodi" evening, "Re
cenclllaiioo." draft Church Cornor Vance and Lander
dalaatreeta. Th Itov. Oeo. l'atterion, rec
tor. Karly communion at 7 a.m. Morn
ing aorvioe and aortnon nt 11 a.m. Kv en
lug prayer and aeruion at 7 :30 p.m.
Cumberland Pmbylrrian. Court (treat.
Sorvio at 11 a.m. by the Iter. 11. A. Jonra,
tiaautr. union atirvic ai .);.to anu i:.vp.n,
iv the eminent revlvaliala Snvlnrd and Tow-
per. Th aervloe ut night ia for men only.
Firnt Hantitl Church. Second atreet. north
of Adama. (loapcl temperance aermon by
the Kev. 0, II. Mead at if a.m. lie will alio
preach nt the C'oliina church. Waahington
atruet. at 3 p.m., and at Ueale blreot iUptiat
church at 7:30 p.m.
Telephone llabc rllnic fur BaKgaca
8oIilNllverwnr at Mulford's
RED, WHITE AND BLACK
W. J. CHASE A CO.
185 Main Street.
Tvlopbou Habfrllaar for Ntampa,
A Regular Musical Conger rtttory.
One need only take a stroll to the
well known muaic-Louae of K. YViiz
mann A Co. to find one's at If sur
rounded on all aides by the sounds oi
ninsic. The two upper 11 lors are de
voted erttreiy to tue I cud i tie prolos-
sionals of the city, and tlie popularity
of the house is bIiowd by the follow-inn-nauied
profeatioaalu who teach
MISS CARWF. M. K HATING,
MISS MAKTIIA Tlti'UaAV),
. PRoF. ANTON SI RKI.KZKI,
PROP. 11KKMAN Si-IIUIKK,
PROP. K. I. 1N0KlKR,
rit"P. t'AHL M. 1)011 TKR
l'MOP. 1IARRV K. PIANO.
List of undelivered teli'Rrams re
maining at th Weitern Union Telegraph
Umoe, New Cotton bichange Building, cor
ner Madiaon and fceoond atreet. OOioe
houra fr.m I to 10:30 ('clock a.m.. and from
o io n.m. i
T A rtavant 1
V I) Fuch
Dr 8 J Morrtaoa
S Kataoubftrgor Son
The Meinnhia Kgg lo 2
K A ill' am
llrooka, Ne.ly ft Co
II 1 Cook
oc Biuce '
11 J ,-imm ACo
Uei II Latham
V 0 Jiihnann
R L Tray lor 2
II 1. Kendall
tt W Porter
Capt A If Uriaiom
Geo Arno'd A Co
Anderaon II at Co
K i Taylor,
KC Uuiban.n A Co, Mra W O B ihrl.
ij A llopk.na. Mr. Duol.y Bluith,
ibuV',h'n V" M Wnldran.
W u Lou ae H Sneed, J 8 B Co,
Planiera Oil-Mill, M It 1'alt-rion.
J.awh rn A Newrum, Johnmn A Kmnil.
th Alfred So-ler,
W U ilriOmc, I' t'anl A Co,
' A 1 u.i, Kulinboigor'i Sum.
T. P. Ntbors and wife to J. W. and
H. W. Flinn, tract of land on Pigeon
Roost read, near its intersection with
Park avenue, for (809.
M. 8. Chapeky and wife to Mrs.
Charlotte Urey, lot No. 7 of A. t.
Brown's subdivision, 60x148 feet, on
south side Walker avenne, for $200.
Charlotte Qrey to C. F. Keden, trus
tee, to saenro M. & Uhspsky, in the
sum of fl50, same as above property.
K. N. Ppencer and wife to James
1ee, jr , part of lot No. 210, near cor
ner Main and Poplar ttreets, (or
West half lot 3t8, north side Madi
Hon ijreet, 87x1 tJ, to J. W. Nelton,
T lo block r.5, Intersection Cl
Iku'e and (Second streets, to U. W. ta
Ixits 17 and 18, block 35, fame sab
division, 2ixtS, east side Man strett,
to W. U. Fowlkes, 8) each.
Lo'.s 21, rams subdivision, to W. C.
Lot 101, east side Wstir street, ISx
131 feet, to W. J. Chase for $55.
Lot 40, Battier addition, 25x140 feet,
north side Exchange street, to M.
Gavin for $45.
East part lot 401, north side Market
street, 37x148 feet, to W. J. Chase for
Lot:M, BuUier addition, to L. B.
Eaton for $15.
Lot ft), same, to W. J. Smith, $25.
Lot 7, block 14, south side Beale
street, 25x80 (set, t John Donelly for
Lot 0, block 41, east side St. Martin
street, 00x300 feet, to L. B. Eaton for
Lot 6, block 39, contb side Linden
t'et, 50x124 feet, t) L. B. Eaton for
Part of lot 385, noith side Commerce,
37x07 feet, lo A Webber for $1205.
Lots 34 and 35, north side Exc hange
street, 50x140, to A. Boyd for $75.
Lot 5 in block 8, west side Hecond
street, 24x01 feet, to John Donelly for
Part of lots 207 and 208, north side
Waehinf(fon street, 20x58 feet, to John
Donellv for $2200.
Pait of lot 375, west side Third
street, 411x148, bftvifnn Adams and
Washington, to George C. Lowe "for"
Part of lots 1 and 4, block 43, 20x1.10
feel, south side Pontotoc Etreet, to W.
J. Smith for $150.
Lot 19, block 11, Butter addition,
60x152 ieot, went side Sixth street, to
A. Boyd for $100.
Lots 4 and 6 on Brown street, 63x150
feet, to John Adams, $400.
Lot 7, country lot, 614, west side Ma
nama street, 50x214, to Alston Boyd,
Lot 11, block 62, east side Potter
street, 70x160 feet, to John. Donnelly,
Lot 0, block 62, west side Waldran
street, to 0. W. HeiBklll, $115.
Lot 10, block 62, went side Walnut
strett, to 0. W. Ueiskill, $140.
Lot 10, block 62, east side Porter
street, 62jxl50 feet, to Alston Boyd,
Lot 20, same sitj, to Theodore Read,
Lot 17, block 17, east side Clinton
street, 21x76 feet, to Alston Boyd, for
Part of block 64, country lot 436,
east side Third street, 60x200 feet, to
M.Uavin, for $100.
Lot 11, Valentine subdivision, 19x
53 feet, to M. A. Tighe, for $55.
Lot 13, of same subdivision, to M.
A. TUbn, for $d0.
Lots 7, 8, 11, 13 and 17, north side
of Valentine avenne, sold to Arch
McCarver for $40 each.
Lot 0, block 0, Fort Pickering, 25x
116 ftet, north side Alabama street, to
Ueo. Ryder for $05.
Lot 7, block tl, north side Alabama
stioet, 25x110 feet, ,to Char. Critchell
Let 11, block 6, north side Alabama
street, 25x110 feet, to W. J. Smith for
Lota 27 and 28, block 12, south side
Alabama street, 60x160 feet, to J. T.
Cooney for $.'!6.
East half lot 6, block 9, north side
Bt. Paul street, 30x146 feet, to Kate
Miles for $76.
Lots 19. 20 and 21, block 9, north
side Carolina streeet, Fort Pickering,
to Archie McComer for $200.
Lot 6, block 4, south side Broadway
street, 26x116 leet, to J. T. Cconey for
Lots 4 nod 5, block 9, west s'de
Third strett, Fort Pickering, t5 II.
Reicbnmn for $150.
Lot is, same subdivision, to V. J.
Smith for $110.
Lot 27, north side Valentineavenne,
containing 22 1-6 acres, to P. Kallaher,
Nine and oiin-ha'f acres, northwest
corner Vuttntine and Watkiiis av
enues, to P. Kalluher, for $450.
Lot 11, Crocket subdivimon,' north
west corner Kaleigh plank road and
Lewis Btreet, to T. B. Edgingtun, for
Lota 34, 35, 36,Weakley subdivision,
It acres, to W. J. Chase, for $500.
PaitoflotlO, Crocket subdivision,
65x425 feet, north side Rilelgh plank
red, to W. Bininger, for $115.-
It 12, block 8, Donelson subdivi
sion, 40x212 feet, west side Diau
avenne, to B. J. Kimbroagh.for $460.
Lot 13, block 98. same size, to B. J.
Kimbrongh, for $275.
Lot 14, block 21, Fort Pickeripg, 25x
90 feet, north side Alabama Btreet, to
Jas. T. Cooney, for $10.
Order McdiilnHt Miiltard'H.
Telerthone Habrrlloai lor Flour
Butterk'k'b FrRiNO Ca r.L0ouE,
March linhion shetti and reviews and
dtlmwtirs and full line tf lit est
styles of patterns 'or ladies', misses'
and children' artring coatnme a.
J. B. ALDRICil A CO. 'H, N. Court at.
Old ST Id end allvi r taken aa rewh
ml Malford'a, Wnln.
Victor 1. Fprh'aJ Market,
Nos. 39 and 41 Jefferson, can furnish
varitty cf choice eatables for Sun
day breaklast and dinner. Toe assort
ment embraces choice dressed turkeys
and chickens, mal'a-d docks, prairie
chicken, qnai Is, Savannah river shad,
Lake Erie ta'mon, smelts, oysters,
fine. Kansas City fresh meats of all
kinds, etc. All orders delivered
Molford, Jeweler, 294 Main, 10
loclU orders from the country.
Uet Hailed loikralii I do
Excursion tickets from Memphis to
San Francisco, good to return in six
month, with privilege of stooping at
Loi Angeles, wilt be fo'.d Ft br nary
18th, 19 h and 20ib, at the lo ret of
$110 fir the round trip. For further
information call on R. II. Talley, Ticket
Agent, Peabody Hotel.
Gknkkai. rupuiring done by compe
tent workmen nt tho CunninKham
Wapon-Works, corner of Monroo nnd
W. B. BIBQBAH Hilitn.
BareMaa plaa. KnlarraA ad nrarniahed.
Vrioa aooordin w i aad loca
tion of room.
J M fUbartaon, Hlu E B PopJoy, Ark
K niecra. Ark J r eDrr, uoio
w t vanwrivat. Ark K A l,?urw,
J 0 dray. Ark f ho Moll, Ark
J Leal, Term J Kinman, Ark
a iuui..i, jj r aauier, vuiu
A B Crawford, Ark J Clorent, Ark
J APIammr Aw.Teaul' ( afiidv, Ark
E I. Knitb, T.no W 0 Ford, Ton
I) F llojH, Mid VSBeyuolda, NT
LCrertvld,r, La A gparka. Ark
It M M. l'her.on, Kv H Berner, Ohio
W Okcllr, Tena I1J Patteraoo, Tenn
Miif Su.lnaaila.MliaC Van-tul.bloford.Mo
.ebWid, Ark Mra S K 11 arc. Mia
Mia Slumps, Mia A Nathan, Ohio
N Kreadroan.Garm'y C U Pmoia, arAa, Miji
MtJy, Tnn II Kreadwau Aar, Utr,
C. B. OALLOWAT A CO..,--.....I'lfn-aisTOM
Hataa 12 50 and H ft: dy, acrordinj ta
lit and location ol n.uin 8pcial
FHaird.Pa . T Foster, N Y
PDLddk, Ky W N Uiiileta, Ky
JllWitta. NY J W Panslt, leu
.1 K ltuawell, Tenn 1. F MoWbetcr. Tenn
II F Nevell,Ton Y J Wendell, Tenn
K 1 Kice, Va, J K Ki'-e, Mo
T F Iiounharty, Tena Mra A VV hit, Ala
8 Marvin, NY Mia Whit, Ala
W II MolJuiiouirh.N Y A i Stark, N Y
II Chaurant, NY 1. L Dbiier, Mo
A llrftt'li, N Y JJMooro, Cul
J A Ti Dion. Tenn C A Klaiuback, Tenn
Z Ward, Ark W II Ward, Ark
R A William. Ark VV F fpa'dinir, N Y
WWiiuckinirhaw.NY LA !carborouiih,Tenn
K Arnold, Pa Jl F Martin, l'a
M Emanuel, NY II Silvcrf tone, N Y
tt I. Tai Aw.MiM W r .-bielda. N Y
L Friedman, Tenn K K Uullington, Tenn
A K llunbaui. Mo V' Koberaou, La
II II .li.Doa, Wo A II Wood Aw, Mo
(1 II Cunninfhara, 0 Mifi Cunniniham, 0
J F iU.lyr.ijd, Mo 1. 0 Allen av, Alt
Mra.lOAnderron.Mla V 8 Whiteaidea, (ia
J 8 l'iK)er, Tenn J A Stewart, Mia
F A Franuiaco, N I C M Ferriti, N Y
W II T lloe, Pa C A IieSaucaure, Tenn
8 F Ilirley, Tenn JHticalea, Ky
J P Mi-Lewi, Tenn II Leonard, Tenn
(' Chidealer, Tenn A II Treadwoll, Tena
W C l'ull. n, Tenn W F 'l aylor, Tenn
J M (loodbar, Tenn w u Harvey. Tenn
J 11 Poaton, Tenn W 8 Kly, Tenn
T A Auatin, Tenn T A Uoodyear, Tenn
II l) .w, Tenn L Siiuijaon, Tenn
W t' McCiure, Tenn J A llunie, Tenn
H M Vance, Tenu J 8 Dunaromb, Tenn
K U'l.man, Tenn II Treievant. Tenn
I Lamur, Tenn T Coleman, Tenn
L Hunt, Tenn W Kobertaon, Tenn
W b tloodwyn, Tenn 1 M Siwei-or. Mi-a
tarn New, Tenn J K Logwood, Ala.
The New Unr"o.
FARRINOTON. 8TKWART A WHITE,
Ratal, tl 50 to M per duy, aocording to loca
tion ot room.
NCBoahn.NY S William. Ark
N F Musuire, Ark .1 B Baker. Tenn
K 8 Van Araden, N Y II K llutnhina"n, Ky
J nil, Mia t W Fairoll, Miia
W K Coleman, N Y M J Heme, III
Mra J Wheeler, Ala ii'a Whee er, Ala
J 8 Wheeler, Ala .Mi" Ida Mitoholl, Ala
A M Woodward, III J W llulbrath, Tenn
II II Mutton, l'a ' K Atkina, III
C A hi any. Mo Vni 1) U Uibaon, Ark
W K Marah, Mail V, D Crane, N Y
J M Moor. Ma b'mgt, Tern
U J Fritienrer, Pa KCMiater, Md
J K Cohen, Ohio 8..I Roaenbaum, Ky
II Breker, Mo M PrcatidKefM
Y hUray, Tenn .Mi! Moore, Tenn
Mill Lake, l'enn Mm lloid, lenn
Miaa 1) lloya, Tena 8 It Robioaon, Tenn
A II Dick, 111 J D Lovelace, Tenn
0 H Forio, Mo J T Cole, Tenn
J 1) Kin;, Tenn 11 B Johnaon, Kv
1 K llojkina, Ky lien P Traoy, Mia
M Rnaeiirant, Ark J R Weatbrook, Ky
M U Allen. Mna
C L llonner, Mai
T A Kraey N Y
I) K While, Ohio
W F Curtia. Ky
W A Leonard, la.
A : Oarey, N Y
A R Fiaher, Ky
V, K liravta, Ohio
h Wilnn, La
F C Wntlernian, Oa
T II Ofborno, Ua:
1) 11 Laurence, Ark
W A Treat, Mich
M M Favor, Ind
FC lloopos, Ohio
K M Jonea, Tna
r. J Taylor, in x
B M Porter, Mo
J 8 Chapman, Ohio
SO Marshall. Ohio
8 8 Dodie, N Y
W M Finley, Ky
W W Fennol, Ohio
RJ Williama, La
II M Patera, Ua
8 J Kelly, Ark
C 8 Strong, Ark
U B Garrett. Ohio
D T Ilinman, Tonn
11 II Johnaon, Mia
J h liow, Mis
1 M Jenkln, Miaa
F B Soott, Ms,
DaBy'a Earopean Uolfl.
Corner ot Adams and Main atreet. Room
otie, 75c andtl per day) American Plan,
ti r dav.
Firt-claa Restaurant in th Hotel.
J.U.DUFFY 110 yra with Peabody Hotel) ,
R Holme, Mia A McAbby, Ark
W A llurkholdcr.Ind L Marden, N Y
L R Emerlina;, III V U Ar.cat.ud.Trnn
W T Shntwell, Mo II J kntherUnd, Mo
W H O iler. Tena JFINiel, Ky
8 R Martin, Ala E II Daly, Tenn
K J Switnann. Tonn 8 Sparks, Tenn
RR-agan, Ky J H Smallwoood, Tenn
N C Taylor, Tenn B 0 Lee, Tenn
P J QuiKloy, Teuu W T Garvin, Tnn
WDt'ary, Tenn TBDcnnia. Ky
J W Phybir, Tex M Millar, Ky
C C Clark, Miaa J C Kells, Tenn
John Ltnjr, Tonn Nat Reave, Tenn
M Fink, Tenn L t Bay, Tenn
F Lambert, Tenn W n Joyera, Tenn
B F llayfood, T-nn L Ailing, Tenn
L II Campbell, Tenn Pfter Layer, Tenn
b II Hurt, Tenn Jamna Fairbain, Tenn
J T McKever. Tena W 8 Pope, Tenn
T L Forbea, NY P M Morri. Tenn
J C Frayaer, Ohio 1 L Minor, 111.
Piiibts, all stylus, made to order.
Memphis Hteam Shirt Factory and
Laundry, 224 Second btreet.
For kalaomining telephone COO, A.
Memphis Stainkd Glass Works, 236
Third street. Call and see.
Sbb John Lilly's card of closing ont
sale, winep, liquors and' cigars.
J. II. Lowrey, M.D., Homeopatbiet,
318 Main street; telephone U81.
Mits Lccib W. Raines, teacher of
e'ocu'lon, Dulsarte system. Address
No. &7U Poplar street.
Sydney J. Wilsoi, teacher of Eng
lish litara'.ure. For particulars ad
dress biin at 389 Main street.
Bdttkrick'r Sprino Catalogues
and March fashion sheets. A full
supply at Aldrich'e, 32 N. Court st.
OrTENURiMiR & fc'cuwARTZ are offer
ing embroidenei, laces, etc., at ex
tremely low figures. Kee their local.
Th Desoto Oil Company is prepared
to fill orders for the highest grades of
fioiahed fertilizers and fertilizing ma
Thi Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonio and antl-periodio known. A certain
and aaie our for chilla. Prlcotl per bo'
tl. Send alami (or circular. Any ret
eronr gixen. Addreal John 0. Ruckcr.
The Happy Hour Social Club mask
ball takes place Monday, March 1,
18S0, at the Young Men's Hebrew As
sociation Hail, corner of Serond and
W. N. Wiikerwk A Co., 334 Main
street, take pleasure in announcing ti
the tiaie and public generally that
they are now piepared to (ill all orders
promptly for the celebrated Buchan
an's Quinine Horse, Cuttle and Pou't'y
Tonic and Spanish Lightning Rebel.
Manufactured by Bucharati Medicne
Company, formerly of Oiolona, Mise.
0. P. Fmith, veterinary surgeon, of
New York, bai decided to locate per
manently in Memphis. He treats all
diseases of horses, mules, cattle, sheep,
aain and r?nM. Calls, dav or night.
anawered promptly. Office at Jones
& Co.'b stable, til Monroe strett; tele
phone 402. Residence, Fransioli
House; teiepnone xj.
Dai nf the new features of the Gay
oso Hotel i serving erery Sunday
mnrnino the follnwini? fish and game
breakfast, in addition to their regular
Jiof Brain ,
8aratogaCr.il . ,Vlan Rolls.
I.eakx rontm rrtlrol by WtllMiell
JSTTbe firm of GOODBAR A CO. bag been dissolved, and we have reorganired oor interest in tbs Wholerale Boot
and Shoe Buajneap, in connection with Mr. W. E. Love, late of Warren, Love & Ctx, SL Lonia, Mow and Mr. J. C
Callioott, of Coldwater, Miss., under the style of and firm name given below. We thank onr friends for their patronage
in the past and hope for a continuance of their favors. a. B. jGOODBAL.
-o - J." H. GOODBAR.
A. B. SOODB1B, J.H. DOODB1II, W.B.LOVE. J. c CALLICOTT
LaU ot Qoodbar A Co.. Mamphl. Lataof Qoodbar A t ., ktmphi. LaUof Waxrtn. Lov A Co., Su Loni. ' LaU f ColdwaUr, Mie
GfOOBJBAM, LO YE &
867 k SOD Main and 1,8 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn.
BOSTON OFFICE Mo. 24 HIGH STREET
We are row receiving a larze and Eu'lrely Sew Nt""k of Eastern and Custom-Made Boots and Shoes for the
Spring Trade of 188J, which we oiler at ktock Itottoui I'rico, ou as hlieral terms as cau
We have EXCLUSIVE control in this market of the fol
lowing lines rf C US IUM-M A DE Goods, all of whbh we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction :
George Hooker's celebrated Men's Calf Boats.
Brady & Shortfall's Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoes.
T. M. Harris ACo.'s rhiladf Ipbia made Uuiliiren'g rsboes.
Alao. L. W. Nnte & Co.'b Kip Brogans and PlowShoss
the best Brxgans made in the United States heretofore
handled by Gcodbar & Uj.
We are the only house in this Market handling the cele
brated Krippendorf, Dittmann & Co line of Ladies' and
Misses' Kid, Goat and Calf CUSIOM Gooia EXCLU
SIVELY, nnderthe Factory Brands.
MILLIONS IN IT!
Yes, There's Millions In
It for tlie Poor.
The Rich Also Kiacfe Happy.
Fortune Ia Knocking at
Every Man's Door.
lie AViso and Save Gash, and
Fatronizo the Misfit
The man who ear jb big money and
spends it as fast as he earns it is not
as well off at the end of the year as
is the man who, while earning but a
little, saves a portion oi it.
Economy is the road to wealth,
whether you earn little or much.
Economy is a gift, and extravagance
seems to be born in some people.
Economy is wise buying, and wise
buying is getting as much as possible
for your money.
It's economy to buy your Clothing
at the Misfit Clothing Parlors, be
cause you get there the finest Clothing
in the world for the least money.
It's economy to patronize the Mis
fit Clothing Parlors, because while
prices are low tlie goods are of relia
ble sloth, something that will give
satisfactory and substantial wear.
It's economy to buy good Clothing
when vou can net it at a less prioe than
is usually asked for much inferior
Money is a blessing if you use it in
making yourself comfortable, and
the Misfit Clothing Parlors will serve
you well and give you satisfaction.
Your timo lias come. A plain
warning to the residonts of Mem
phis. Your time has come, but a
time for JOY instead of sorrow.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors, 2G2
Seoond street, opposite Court Square,
will give you the opportunity of got
ting Clothing at muoh less than the
Our Overcoat Bargains are some
thing every man should take advant
age of. Equally as great bargains
are offered in Suits and Pants.
262 Second St, Memphis,
0pp. Court Square.
JaaT llemembcr, all alterations to
insure a perfect fit done free of
ohargo, by a first-olass tailor.
el- open Evenlnara HI S o'clock,
lnrl' nwtll II.
ADDITIONAL KIYKK NEWS.
Louisville, February 20. Night
River falling, with 15 feet in the canal
and 12 on the falls. Weather clear
St. Louis, February 20. Night
River fallen 4 inches, with 15 feet 3
inches on the gauge. Heavy ice from
the Missouri river, below Kansas City,
is running through the harbor. W ath
er clear and cold. Arrived : City of
New Orleans, New-Orleans. Departed:
Annie P. Silver, New Orleans ; Dako
tab, Ohio river; Belle Memphis,
Vicksburg ; Future City and tow.Nc w
1iphooo Haovrlloc lor Blotter
Monogram Ilanglc Mnlford.
Prompt ottrntlon to tin work or
drra bj BntachAMa. Trlrpiaouotlll
Go to Rolldar. Uitnaraln ror
yar riomblnar ond Ona-MtUBff.
Fine Watch repairing at Muirortl'.
De made Dy any competing maikeu
ORGILL BROTHERS & Co
310 and '313 Front Street, Meuiplalg, Tenn.
We ore Jaat In Kceelpt ot a larr NhlpmeDt of
R. R. Plows, Columbus Steel Drag Scrapers,.
WHEELBARROWS, SHOVELS, TICKS, MATTOCKS,
. And a Complete Line of CAMP OUTFITS.
DES JARDIHS, MILLER & ROOTES,
Xo. 394 MAIN STREFT WEWrnm, TEKJVCNSEK.
James H. Goodbar Win. 1. Clark Eaffeno J. Carrlnarton I Frank O. Joaeo
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to WKKCHAHTN OS1.Y tba lartrert and boat atock of Booti and Shoea ?
havo ever brought to this market, ard which cannot be lurramod in quality ttirl
stylet b any houie in thii or any other city. In addition to a eomtdete line of Eaitern
made iooda'ineludin the t.K.BK4TKU ewOUBAK Ct. HKUUftftN, we handle
a large and select stock of Custom-made Gtoods for Men, Women, Mibsos and Children. We
a large and select stock of Custom-made lioods lor Men, women, jhibms ana Vniiaren. i
carry a number of the best makes in the country, in ererv variety and stj le. and amo
tbemlthe well known Men's Calf Boots and Shoes manufactured by Ueo. Hooker for
Spring Trade. e alao carry a choioe line of Ladies' and Muses' Cuatoin Kit,, Uoat a
Calf Goods, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman A Co. We invite the trade t eiamina
our Itock before buying elsewhere, and wo giiarauteo everything we sell to give eatiHlajtioo.
NAPOLEON HILL, President. W. N. W1LKERS0N, TlccPreslden 1
II. J. LINN, Cashier.
H ITmwm Lih PI'. 4-tt Mil 0 fl rl
UH L V MB MM
t DOES A GENERAL KIBE AND MARINE BU8INENS.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FUR8TEN11KIM, WM. I. COLE, . JAMES RKILLY.
B. MANtii'lKLD. D. E.
OflicelO MadiHnn Street, Memphis, Tenn
IMPORTER AND DKALER IN
blang, Ammunition, Piublng Tackle
and Sportsmen's Bnpplies,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
aa nalai Btrel, Memphia, Trnm
Manufacturing and Repairing of Guna a
Specialty. ajsrTeleiihone No. SDH.
Importer and Dealer in
Gnn, "lhlnr Taphln and Nporla
uion'a Stappllra. nr Speciul attention
g.vcn to MAMUFAliTURI.NU and RK
4ia win M..in'iiiiiiii, Trim
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importers and aealers In Oaaa, Aanina-
liloa and llablnig Tarklts BallUrra1
Hardware), tlecirla Bella aad Aa
naala(ana lor Hotels and Raaldences.MS
Mala alree, Moaapals), Tama. Electrle
supplies always oa band. Repairing neatly
S11E1 A XcCARTIIY,Fropr'8,
HO, 142, 144 Front, Memphte.
ON OTTBK LAR9RPT BOILER BH0P8
In the Hoath. and tha only complete
Boiler and 8et-Iron Wurka in the city.
MMBffMtar- of boavy vlata Iroa
work of f detwrlptlea. Bpeoial
alWDtlon clran to vlaalaiion work.
We also control the following Specialties under cur
own brands, viz:
' Goodbnr, Love A Co.'s Men's Grained Calf CUSTOM-MADE
Bals, Button and Congress.
Goolbar, Love & Co.'s Men's N.K. Calf CUSTOM
MADE Bals, Button aud Congress.
Gosdbar. Love A Co.'s Ladies' Kid and Goat CUSTOM-MADE
Flexible Polish and Button $ 00 Shoes.
Our Ladies' 3 00 Shoes are made from the test se
lected Curacoa Kid and Tampico Goat Stock, and have
Solid Sole Leether Counters and Flex hie Irtner Soles
and we warrant them to fit and give perfect satisfaction
in everv reoneot.
rnnir tn mnv
W. D. BKl'UKLL.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
248 Main St,, Memphis, Tenn
WlahlDfr la Rftlra from Bonlaeoa
M' Offer nr Eullra
STOCK AT COST.
Johh OfSlTOK, Ja.
0. N. Geosvuiob.
OVERTON & 6R0SVEN0R,
Real Estate Dealers
Office, 264 Seoond Street.
W. U. Cor. aMeona susd Ooisjrt,
RVKL B8TATB E0U8HT AND BOLD.
Taxes Paid. Ranu Colleoted, etc., on
CLOSING OUT !
WITH a view to a chanre of bofintu, I
have concludf d to clofe out my entire
atorkof WINKS, L1QI 0US AND CIGARS
A I' t!.T. The tock Ino ndes the choicest
Hoods (Foreiitn and Voweat o) known io the
trido. The kooob muKt be anld inside of 0
DAYS, if po aible. aer TERMS CASH.
JOII1V LILLY, 883 Front St.
THE annnal meetint of the stockholders
of the Memphis Oa Lifht Companjrwill
be held at the office of the company. Mo. U
Madison street, Memphis, Tenn., Monday.
March 1, 1&S6, to elect tven (!) Directors w
'serve the cempany dnrini the ensuing year.
Election frem 10 a.m. to t p.m.
JOSEPH CRAM. 8eTtr7.
DR. It. E. BULLINGT0N,
357 Main Mreet. i JHompliif, lenii.
St. Agnes Academy.
TUB f PRIN3 RSSION will open MOV
DAY tbe ltof t'ebtoary. Teroia-7S.
I0, K) and tUKi, acrordmr o the ae and
class of the vapil. lor lurttier pariicolarr
VvUt to the Lady bnpe'ior.