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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2 188G.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
IcmlsTlUe.Kew Orleans and Teua B'y
IMIKNirrl VALLEY BOCTE.
i TfK Noreirbev 12, IttV
.lied .. ..0
V ickiborr. P
Barriaea ........... .K-
Orle.pi .. M..
Bih. j Xkorib,.
Jf.mpbui . -
M p.m MrOO a. a
.m 5: a. Pi
lMM a,' J .-us a. a.
a 42 a.m 12:1 a.n
6:28 a.m! : p.m
21 a. ml 1:43 p.m
9:i p.m! 5:JU p.m
. S:M a.m
J 3:43 p.m
I 7:lo p.m
A With all line antenna Memphli.
B-With U. A N. W. H. R. for Helena.
0fot Ureonvill aad Huntinftoa, and all
P-Wlth V. A m. end V S. A P. Railroad.
R-Witn N.. J. A C. H. it, for Aatche ana
T-f or Point oa lb Branch .
ft With atAAmarfl for ItaVna H&ve. -
H With railroad, divorsinc fur alorida tad
M. fiUKKhV O.neral Sun1!.
Sat Hleenlna Caraafl all trataa.
kuwkkuo, v. l. auuu.aM.
Hleaataalppl matl Ti-aamn. feat
ail trail leave, daily at 4:30 l a.t arrive,
at t:i a.m. Local freight leavee at 8:40
a.m. ( arrive at 4:. p.m. freight train.
oi. t an 4 a rua trl weekly, no. sleeve
eeiphi. Monday, Wednaeday and Friday.
Naanai City, SprlasBrle aaa Mom.
Kale Train, leara M. and T. dapot an fol
w: No. 4. mall and eilire.., leave, daily
at 11:'0 a.m.: Mo. S, mail and .pree.,anr
rivai at 3 :m p.m. No. 66, St. Loan aiiiW,
leave, daily at 6:00 p.m. ; No. 66, St. Aouia
eipren, arrive, at l:&6a.m.
Beanpole aael Little Bark .-Traini
neve aa follow, (oantral atendiriT time) :
No. t leave, dally at h :X .m, i arrive, at
t:.vp.m. tin. 3 laarai at 4:fi0 a.m.? arrival
atS:.Vi.a. No. 5 (froiKbl) leave! Uopaf eld
tally (.io.pt Sunday) at 6:00 a.m.i ajriv.i
at 7:10 p.m. .
rkfupNkf. Oil! awa lanltwaal.
ra-Traine move a tnllown Mo.t (laet
liaedailyl laavei at 11:30 a.m. Mo. 1 laavaa
at 11:46 pm. daily. Bt. Lorfft faat lina
laavea daily at :3u p.m. bin. 7 (lat liua
aanyi arrival at 1 :zu I
intmtt to tli kvih rul reader an well
j the nanitarian. Amorifr the ron
Unbt of the current numlier are the
n-jKirt of Secretary I'lunket, an arti
cle on county boanla of health, ah
stnulH of healtli tidicers' reiort8 and
tueteoroloifical reports. The bulletin
ran ms had on application to Secretary
tl. . :n.. '
The committee in cliaryc of the
Woman' Kxchiinjre yeU'rduv were:
Mi. William liandoljdi and Mm. M.
T. WilliauiHon. Ainoti the viftiturs
wore: W. W. (iooilwin, J. L. IS.
Kneed, Mrn. II. A. Shaw, tl. M. Khaw,
Mr. ami Mm. J. V. Bruce, J. V. Kd
rinirton, W. . Wilkernon, II. A.
Jones, J. 1$. Wastton, C. E. I'ate,
weorjre fox, -Mims Wheeler
Mctjehee, J. II. Kliejmard, Lawrence
Kimpaon, lr. J. F. Cochran, T. I).
Khlride, A. II. Kortre. ht, J. R. Pe
ter, W. C. VjiU, Fenlinand lU-rrv,
C. H. Curtis. Waukesha. Wis.. V. II.
Heiskell, William Mmsick. Miss Ran
doljili, Slisg MaclH'th, Ohio, G. F.
Farrow, Hunsdon Cary, J. M. Kd wards,
Allen Asher, li. C. Amory, Canaila, J.
W. Shaw, A. C. Churchill, Miss
Blanche Chnrchhill. K.Y.
HE1LTII ORDER NO. 22.
Pai Tr Unra la Order t Ald
MILLIONS IN IT!
I'rieaa aanrdin to aiaa and loca
tion of rooma.
3 D Cronabaw, Ark KM W.Uon Aw, Mill
J P l.itt'B. Mf
R A William., Ttna
U Blaanr, Miaf
W Wad, Mo
V R Harria, Tana
J M bicvan.on. Ark
It H r.lln.tt, If no
P Y For.vlha. Ohio
E M Kindal Al, Tenn
r, k Jonea, jniai
C Nirhnla. Ark
Mr. J V Smith, Mil.
opaaa plan. Knlarrad and rafarnuhad.
M I 1
R I) Kmrrv tli..
A '" i Ark
C R Staart, Tana
John fchaorar. Ark
F M Tark.r. a.k
F Thomai A., Tana
KB King, M If
J C anvtnl
J II Urubba, Mil.
Yes, There's Millions In
It for the Poor.
IThefirmol GOODBAR A CO. ha been di.nll v.- t .
mnnaotinn . or i. V ' . . . "'s"ieu oor luiereei ia ID" n uoieraio COOS
and bbo Bnainea, ia
Cal icott, ol Coldwater, Miaa.. und.r th. stvl. of andfi, 'Z .:u'
in the past and hop for a continaanc of their fa?ora.
A. B. COODBAB,
W WW MAaam,
L.0oodJ,a,ACoM.mph,.: UU of UoodbW A r.JamphU. UWarr,L';. a'c... Bt TIXTZ.,.. v-
W K. k.OB,
W.., KJW M-AJ U ID, JUVh BUVt Mil,.,
We thank oar friend for their patron ag
A. if. lrUUlltiA
J. H. Q00DBAR.
n r LrtveU.MUl J L CurfT. Mii
V w'W' Mim Mim h llrMo. Tnn
R ? Collin,, Ark
ii u myeri, jni.a
MraT WalliaAd. Tena
Mr. FB Kin. NY
K A U'rhaa, 111
The Rich Also Made Happy.
prM arrival daily at aijs a.m
Ball and ai-
una arnraa dally VJ.us a.m.
cnaahla aad larla(oa Train.
Jiova aa iillowa: ftirnuah aipraM laav.
ally at 1:!M p.mf hall and otpra.a leave,
daily at;t:10aa Kumarvill aooommoda
tioa laav. daily, npt Sunday, at 4:30
a.m. Throaih eipra. arrival daily at 6:2)
a.m. Mail and aiprai. arrival dally at 4:55
8m. Bomarvillt aooammndatUMt arrive,
aily, aieapl Sunday, at 6;3U a.m.
tVaalavllla aad Maaavllle Train,
mora a. follow. : Fait mall arrival daily at
:.v a.io.i leave at in :iu p.m. t mail leavi
daily at l;M a.m. Brownrvill aaocmaio
datiom leave! daily, airant Sunday, at S:00
.m.i mail arrival daily at ftiOJ p.m.
rowaivilla aeommodaion arrival daily,
axeaptgaadar, at R.4C a. 14. (aUodard time).
aahl, Btraataahami and Atlaa.
tie Doll Sprint. Knute Train move aa
follow.: No. I leave. Memphi. dully at 8:45
S m. ! arrival at Uolly Hprin. at 6:30 p.m. t
0. 1 leave Uolly donna daily at tf:00
a.m., arrive, at Memphli at II tlfi a.m. 1 No.
leave Memphli daily at 7:30 p.m., arrive
SI Holly rJprina. at 11 :&9 n.m.i No. leave
oily Hprin dally at a:30 a.m., arrive, at
Jdampku at :: a.m.
MKuraia, Maroh 1, 1886.
The Board of Health call tha atUn.
toln of all property-owner, agent and
occupants, to the following order, t)
take effect from and after thii date:
1. Suitable covered boxes must be
provided by each householder for the
reception of ashes and kitchen gar
biRe, which -most be kept separata.
These boxes to be placed npon the sl-
loys, sidewalks or some place easy nf
access to the drivers o' garbage carts.
Boxes to be kept off tha sidewalk
2. All nrivT vault to be cleaned nnl
and stabler, cesspool, sinks, drain,
ttc, thoroughly cleaned snd disin-(e-
3. All property-owner and occu
pants are earnestly urged to white
wash all outhouse snd cellars, snd
cicsu up an yams connected
Mr, 1, an.kr.. . D If V . i
J r'?.?' ttk 3. M Tucker, Ark
JReilly. Mo JBeott, Mo
F Manaeil, Mo Mr. (I Crooker, Mo
D oern.ey Aw, HI JR Heave., Mi.,
f fl iW,,lAT"5 A 11 Hamer. Mia
J V Jewell, N V 6 P Williiord, Ark
'.B-. 9iH!"AJ. co-5 Paornrrroi.
t?i50 and $.1 per day, aeoordin U
lae and looation of room Special
?, E Sifr V", S yi'ton, Ten.
ii . wwa, ii.. ti u Doyd, xenn
vv J Robimoa, Ky
II J Brlveater, N Y
W U Batto. Mia.
J Mendel, Ky
t M Kallost. Ohio
OK Owen., NY
0 B Mauer, Mia
R E Bullinaton. Tens
wuu 11. HI
uw a v-..r: :.. nfr.r''is' "um
Oov Aloorn Ad "Mia. O S Ande.'. N Y
rortuite Is Knocklne at
Every Man'i Door.
367 & 369 Main and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tchn.
wVai vaxxA4jAv no, limn aiailKTi
. tl D.Ll rr
" " .ill". HUB
8 Martin, Cal
RC Kyle, Mill
Wl (lallup. Ind
h P Field.. Tens
U M Cola. k
0 L Wbitelaw, Mo
KM Uuialey, Mo
A v Miller, Lbio
m Tvise and Sare Cash, and
Fatronize the Misfit
d W Knott. N t
w K Uuk.Miai
F0 M.nn, Mill
M Meilbrow.,, Ky
J Koran, Mo
EB Kirk, Tenn
K Uin.ley, III
M 8 Maynard, Mill
W D Cutner, atim
t (J Morehcad, Miai
N J Oull.l Ml..
Mill MUariwnter, Ark W Taylor, 'Zona
T J William.. Mo L White, Ky
A Allan Mo V Uawkioi, Tena
L t riedman, Tena R M Vano. Tenn
W U I'ayne Iw.Tann tl M Helm. Miai
W rV,cer & Feduian, Tenn
c oi yeevai, aeuu i iiyari, inn
i u roiion, tena L
it lye n in an, Tenn
W B Kail. Mn
J Ii Athy, Mia
A L John.on, Mil.
J Huil. Mo
W K Codia, Mo
8 Jackaon. Pa
K Thumaa. Mo
W flray, Ko.l.nd
L W Humea, Tenn
o i Duarpenter, Ark
A B Treadwell, Tena
lln all v. rti m MnitMl.J UU
V jmma WUUWMJU Villi I t k 1 1 1 - . Ol
thfiir nromlaaa In lo. .I ik. .vui T A oodwyn. Tenn W U Cuxhlinc. Mo
11 IUI..UU1IUVI, i taw U1.1UD1 mo r n Moore aw . ina
ill I : i 11 . I IlI ... V i . . " -
iiioivuiudi. winuo niriuiy eniorcetl
snd all paities found not complying
wwu iiiem Dy marcn xoiu will be ar-
Mlu Faanio Moort, lnd.
The Mew (Jayoao.
By order of the Board of Health.
0K0, 8. URAVKS, M.D.,
Secretary Baard of Health
FARRIN0T0N. STEWART WHITS,
Ratal, $2 50 to M par day, according to loca
tion of room.
W S Klnkead, Ohio W R McCrary, Ark
MnM B Davit, Mill Mil J B Davl. Mill
WasarneToii, D. 0., February 25, IMfl. I
1 o'olook a.m. j
Obierver, Mvmphil, TaU.I
For Memphis and vicinity : Local
rains this morning, followed by fair,
colder weather; blue star; blue cres
cent; red crescent.
tor Ttimeaee and he Ohio Valley:
Cloudy utathtr and local raint, followed
hyfair wather; tmndi thifting to teeHerly
in the wtlern portion, mmilxeriij wind in
ihs eattern portion, thifting to eeuterly;
britk to high vnnd aommpanying tttere
local norm ; falling barometer in the
eastern portwn, followed by rittng barom
eter in the weilern portion; colder treather
wnlA a ihyht cold ware.
Meteorological Beport.'" "
Maarns, Tiim., February 34. IMS.
Time. I Bar. ) Ther. Wind. Weather.
7iU0a.m.. :1.1(ll fto.S 8.K. . ' noiidy.
11:00 a.m.. J0.IH7I M.I 8.K 0 ondj
:00p.m.. .l.(V) fil.O g.K. Lt. rain
T:(l0p.m.. W.KHt 3. 8.K Krai
10:80 p.m...7H0 I 88 ', Kg"'
Minimam temptratur,'4A.S.' '
Rainfall, 0 IW. ,
tlmL' 0-M7i!'l"n r.u'?,' n meridian
t me. which ii oat hoar faiUr than loeal
VaaaBaraUve Worhly BalBlrtll.
Tho rainfull at roitnn n-gion stations
lor the weeks nftmod below averairo
bout a follows; , .
. t'tb. ai.'MS.
Ohio Valley and Tonnexe 0.4(1
forTenneNsee iilone the iimoimt
I'haltanflcia n ft)
. m. 0.H2
Averaira for Tnrn..e. n.m
-Miisk hull t Skatini; RinP March
Thr iittention if ( Hum iH diret t
.l to an order iwued veftcnlny by tire
Board of Health. . ,
Tlie man Wnl.li, who was shot ut
the lV;ifk! House last Wedtiesdnv
night, is rciHirU'd s likely to recover.
Joe Wetter and Mike messlnir
were, fined IW each in the Criminal
Court yesterday for kcopiriff gamt4ig
house. ' , f
John Knviige, whiUv nnd Fhik
Andemon, colored, were- fincdSI
ami cost each, in Um Criminal Curt
yesterdny, for charging extortionate
fees white serving Hhspei iitl conMifl.los
lor Justice Agnt'tv. . , - (
White Station, on tho Moijdiis
anil Charleston niilroiul, vr:i.s theseeno
of a fire yosterday whitih remised in
the destruction of the residence of
Mr. Ttuss. Kmnitiire snvcrl btrt ditm
ajred. No insurance. - '
This evening lit the ret-idence of
Ilr nm Mm 11. .i... . 7
. .. ...... .,,, y merc promi
in in. ,,..ii. i .. . .
" M"- " ix'vei ciiicrijiuillicnt 9 II
the way oi an " English tea," pvenry
Uie laTli.'S of Calvary church. liV'frili
merits of various kin,U ill i... .JL.i
rl t...: . . . V n"fw
aii.-ilioir HSSlSted hy their irinds,
win rvniier some fine sc
Tickets M (rents.
.ii urn afro licoiiHes were lN-vsyes-terdayto
Mr. SI. R. I'atUi ut mill
Misa Lucilo .loh'iKon,' p. J.
Currigtto and Miss Murvirritriinj
Mr. J. B. CleiiM'nts nnTvtis S, K.
Knox, John Record and I aiie Jack
son (colored), Win. lixoiVid Emma
Boyd (coloml), Wui. Vrfib and Mm.
Muttie Woods (colored rlonry Ilii;.
gins and Loucie RohUiJ ilored).
Do Molay Comnli(.rr Ko. 12,
uii.us Ji'iiijinir, OlilloOlHVIlIC, iv v
h:w issued a circul:iirmnst one. Ir.
.Hay .ale, who is ifrilKd as an nc--omplishod
swiuUf .," Knights n
cautioned not to lifr hiin any ntoner,
accept any of his taFts or identify hiiu
at banks, thc"yi('in' his favorite
methods of frail. , $au vims formerly
a member of IJoylsiir Itdgo is, V.
and A. M.; iil'vof Ie Molav Com-
niandcry No. fcpi Ixwisville, (
The Jundarv rmtiitin oi tlie Stntn
JUinrd of Ileal ill ha Bi(ii received.
Thin roblicatiou 'u, wulnrlv issued
by tho board, and luiitains a largo
'.amount of valuable hiforuiiition of
B. F..MiTCiiKi.L, freight nnd passen
ger agent of the Chesapeake, Ohio
and rkiuth western railroad, left for
MissKatik Gakrison of Iuisville
will arrive this afternoon on a visit to
her brother. 8. W. (iarrison, aud will
stop at tho GayoBO Hotel.
Mkh. S. D. Powkm. and daughter,
Mis Ada, of Brookhavon, Miss., are
ni uie city visiting ner sister, Mr. M.
W. Polk, 300 SM'oiid street.
Col. Tomunson Fokt of Chattanoo
go i in the citv, where he ha been
tailed by the death of hi siator. the
late Mrs. Judge Morgan, who will be
rmned tin afternoon from the First
WooDitm- and Oliver, having with
drawn from the Woodrufl-Oliver Car
riage and Hardware Comminv .hm
become agents for some of the best
iimnufncturem in tho country, and aro
now selling carriages, buggies, saddles
nnd hurness at L'OU Muin street.
Cody M.Mason died .Tuesday at
Tampn, Fla., and will be buried in
this county, on the plantation of his
father, Maj. Dick Mason of White Sta
tion. The deceased was for several
years a deputy sheriir of this county,
and his dwath will bo regretted by a
host of friend.
Tub announcement of the death of
Mrs. Martha Morgan, wife of the Hon.
R. J. Mortmn. in the Apfkai. wm nrt
unexpected; still it caused profound
sorrow among a wide circle of friends.
Munv times from tliu vum ul,n.i..... i
death Mrs. Morgan has eiuergod, and
with a vititlitv that scorned marvelous.
Her life lias been falling and rising
tide for yeurs; but in her lust sickness
it, was an ebbing tide, ami Tnesdov
night eternal silence fell upon tho lips
which never sjioke but for truth, love,
charity, nnd in uniiso of hiiMlmrwl
children and God. A woman of such
jiroininenco, intelligence, and possess
ing, as ohe did, all the virtues that
anorn the wife, mother and Christian,
deserves the extended tribute which
some friend will 110 doubt pay to her
memory. The entire community sym
pathizes with Judge Morgan in his
great sorrow. Jt is a terrible blow to
n nature its devoted and kindly as his.
Strong, hearty and hopeful as is his
nature, he will snfl'er in every liber of
his being, and all who know and love
him will grieve for him. But nothing
they can say or do can put a star in
his liit'ht of sorrow. A heart as hhr as
his bleeds sorely when it is wounded.
W Bbick.. Miia
8 F Burke, III
V V neirort, Ky
L W Lanier. Ark-
Mi.a D Herri.. Ala
J M Smith, Ky
11 n matway, HO
A Barker, N Y
N F Tate, Tena
J 0 Rom, Tenn
A Barber, N Y
W 11 Howard. Tenn
T 0 Beatty, Mo
n i uavu, va
M 8 Collin.. InA
J A Srhuman ,NI
Mi.a M Mitchell, Tenn
I Cohen it, Ala
B P lavi., Ohio
M 0 Lewi., Ohio
J W Oraham Aw, Toon
L D Owen Aw, lio
A K Bubo, Mil
Peter Tracy, Tena
J I MoOlur. N T
HOTnomn.on.MMiMr.D8 Hatch. Mail
TVBryani,Mo 0 W 0 Olll.tto, N Y
G Canelly.Mo 18 Hebron Jr. Maai
II Warrmer, Tana
11 torr, lenn
P V Loater, Tmn
A M Jaok.on, Ky
J W Uurrem, Mill
a r Bnillli, Ma
u opara., xenn
J L Kinsley, Tonn
U W Walton. Tena
A T 6toke. Mill
Jay L MoCorry.Tenn Clara Martin, Tonn
R K Ilarri. Ml.. W W Wood, ky
Mr 0 L Iglehart, Mil..
Dnfly'a Karopeaa Hotel.
t-wnor 01 Adami and Main .treat.. Room.
uv, iuoauu.1 peroayi Amertoanflan,
, . ti Mr day.
J.M.DUFJbXtWyri with Poabody Ilotel),
4 ivr Be
J.H.?.on.Tenn C W Tiohner. Tonn
r N it Jonc, Miai
A J Vinoent, Miai
T W Neal, T.nn
B W Bennett, Ark
T J William.. Mo
J W Vincent, Tena
B D Byauin, Mi..
W Bryan. Ark
B McAbby, Tenn
T r Aloh.ee, Tena
The man who ear js big money snd
spends it ss fast as he earns it ii not
a well off st the end of the year ss
is the man who, while earning bat s
little, saves 1 portion of it.
Economy is the road to wealth,
whether you earn little or muoh.
Economy ia 1 gift, snd extravagance
seems to be born in some people.
Economy Is wise buying, snd wise
buying is getting ss much as possible
for your money.
It's eoonomy 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 eoonomy to patronize the Mis
fit Clothing Parlors, because while
prioes are low the goods are of relia
ble clotb, something that will give
satisfactory and substantial wear.
It's eoonomy to buy good Clothing
when you can get it at a less prioe than
is usually asked for muoh inferior
Money is a blessing if you use it in
making younolf oomfortablo, and
the Misfit Clothing Parlors will serve
you well snd give you satisfaction.
Your timo has come. A plain
warning to the residents of Mem
phis. Your time has come, but a
time for joy instead of sorrow.
The Misfit Clothing . Parlors, 2G2
Second street, opposite Court Square,
will give you the opportunity of get
ting Clothing at much loss than the
actual cost. j
Our Overcoat Bargains are some?
thing every man should take advant
age of. Equally as great bargains
are offered in buits and Pants.
the following Specialties under our
t- . J "7 competing market.
, " uoi control in this market of the fol
lowing lines of CUSTOM-MADE Goods, all of whi-h we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction : "
George Hocker's celebrated Men's Calf Boots,
o f Shortell's Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoes.
T. M.liarris 4Co.'s Phllsdlphis made Children's Shoes.
Also, L. W. Nnte & Oo.'s Kip Brogans and Plow Shoas
tbe best Brogans made in the United States-heretofore
handled by Gc odbar A Co. wurn
We are the only house in this Market handling the cele
brated KnoDendnrf. Dittmann At IV. Una nf v . :. j
Misses' Kid. Goat and Calf CIIKlnVt aJ. wm tr
SIVELY. onder tha Fetorr Brand.
We also control
own brands, vii :
rw?.?5.8!? k"' Co-, Men' Ondned Calf CUSTOM-MADE
Bals, Bntton and Congress.
Gv?bvrf I,J?Te Co ' Me' N.K. Calf CUSTOM.
MADE Bala, Button and Congress.
.vvSSA'JlJ16 4 Co't Ladies' Kid and Goat CUSTOM-MADE
Flexible Polish aqd Bntton 13 00 Shoes,
Our Ladies' $3 00 Shoes are made from the best bt
Lec.t,C,araco" Kid an1 Tamploo Goat Stock, and hav
Solid Sole Leather Counters and Flexible Inner Soles
and we warrant them to fit and give perfeet sati&f actio
In every rwwet.
SJlSf lORGILL BROTHERS & Co
218 Mala St., Memphis, Tenii
Wlahlnr 10 Betlro fro an Baalne
Wa Offer Oar Satire
STOCK AT COST.
JOBM OVIRTOH, JB. 0. N. GSOSTIXOB.
OVERTON & 6R0SYEN0R,
Real Estate Dealers
O face, 264 Second Street.
b. b. war. sieeama auad Uaua,
MEXrifJS, . . . TESSESiillE.
RPAL E8TAT1 BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Taxei Paid, Rant ColleoUd, oto., on
CLOSING OUT !
810 rad 313 Front (Street, Memphis, 1bb.
B vie to ft ehanam of hnilnaMa. T
flonelndd to nlnaa nut mvsniira
kof WINKS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
T !04T. Thoitook include, th ehoioe.t
soodi (Forelco and DoBaatio) known to tha
trade. The good muit be nfd iniide of SO
VAID, II po IIDIO. mr iUHMB CAUH.
JOHN LILIYF, 3a Front St.
J. F. II0LST &BR0.,
(SUCCSSS0RS TO O. H. UOLST A BBO.)
iT Au.tin,tenn M W Ii
v o unone. kf
JO MrKeo. NO
i iiainam. Ohio
M U Manor, Ark
Ij Jacob.on, Ark
C Weather ord, Tnn ARK
iv .71 miner, X
M Fiolda, Ind
M William. Mo
T L Wiie, Mill W II Kellv. Mn
J M Warrlner Aw.Ky II 0 McCormiok.Tonn
M Franoii, Mim T M Maya, Ark
""arner, an a owita, Ala
T M Van Ulinda, NTM Lanier, Miw
262 Second St, Memphis,
0pp. Court Square.
tao MAES ST., MEMPHIS.
AF ULL and complete itook of Wood and
Metalllo Caaol and Caaketi, Oloth-Cov-
erea iaaieu ana nariai mod alwayi on
; amrvraor oy uiorrapB promptly
IMPORTER AND DIALER IH
W are Jaat la Kecelat at a Lam Mhln.... .r
R. R. Plows, Columbus Steel Drag Scrapers.
HnriCiiiiAUiaUiTS, HUUVELS, TICKS, MATTOCKS,
And a Complete Line of CAMP OUTFITS.
DES JARDIIIS, LIILLER & ROOTES,
Jio. 394 MAIN STREET WEWPHIS, TEKHTESSER.
Jamea at. Ooodbar Wna. I Clark Easeae J. Carrlaartam Fraak . Jonea
f 33 atfcll wiled XB430.1
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WBw.r. .Mi.""Ck?t"3I? 0"j7 th. Isrr.it and belt itoek of Boot, and Shoe we
i ,v 4 !m "."'V market, and whioh cannot be lurpaaaed In qnality and
tyleibyany houio In ti or any other city. In addition to a complete line of Eaatern
made toodi. inoludinrthe t:Bl,r.BMaTata OOWOBAB e CO. BBOAVwd
.iw.Bwv.vi vu.iuin-maae vooaa lor men. women, uiaaa, and chiirtmn. Wm
Five salesmen wanted. Also, youths
of some experience.
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
19 Remember, all alterations to
insure a porfeot fit done free of
charge, by a first-class tailor.
mr Open Evenlnaa antll oYloek, j
sainvflay. nnlll 11.
DDriDsT TrsVdt.. Ma avian rtarr a Arii. Ua Af f..ilU.' ..J UI....I ff.. v.i 7i ' . i
,. ,T , T - waawaw "uvi'i alwuiso BwaaU 1UIIBQI VUSIUU1 AeVIUe UVaTrw BlKl
Calf Good., manufaotnred by Krippendorf. Dittman A Co. W. iavlte th. trade to eiamina
our itock before buylnc elsewhere, and w. soaratitM .v.rythlns w. tell to give latlifaetioo.
wMinma et '.
j ALABAMA SPLINT COAL!
Prompt attentlaa to tin work or
der by Ma keen at Hon. Telephone H
SoIldSilverwnre at Mnlford'sj
o to Railed at Uiomanlao ror
yoar Plumbing and tlaa-Slttlng-.
Monogram DangleHt Mulford.
all styles, made to order.
hteato Bhirt Factory and
Laundry. 224 Stcond street.
Fob kalsomirilnff telenhnnn (VI!).
Sung, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle
ana sportsmen's Hupplies,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
934 Bain Street, Bempbls, Tenn;
Mannfaoturlna and Ropalrinr of Ount
fineoialty. aarTelephon. No. 008.
Order for tills Coal, la larre or amall qnantlttea, fllled by
I. M. PATTEIISON A CO., 190 Jefferson St.
Order Medals at Malford'o.
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup
should always be used when children
sre cutting teeth. It relieves the little
sufferer at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as ''bright ss 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 best known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty-five
Fine Watch repairing at Mnlford's.
A Druggist's Story.
Mr. Isaac 0. Chapman, druggist,
Newhurg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the rat ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balen'n for
tne Langs. 1 can say of it what I
cannot lay of any otber medicine, I
have never heard a customer speak of
it but to praise Its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great nftiny cases of whopping
cough, with the happiest effects. I
have used it in ray own fsmily for
many years; ln fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
The agent for the above china will
have on exhibition In our store this
day and to-morrow a full line of Hav
iland's French China, from which we
make onr fuil Importation. We Invite
all wbo are interested to come and see
this displsy, and to any one wishing a
particular tibls service or decoration
tbia is a rare opportunity to su!t their
own taste. We trust our friends will
call, as no one will be importuned to
leave an o.-der.
WM. JACK A SONS.
Old a; Id end allvrr taken as eaah
a Malford'a, s Bala.
del Bailerte-eet Laaontarstno to do
tafcy room repaired by Babaeh
Hum, so aad 4 Beat, atroet.
ADDITIONAL KIYElt NEWS,
Niw Obxiams. February 24. Tha
steamboat Tensas, en ronte to this
city from Tensas river, with 1014 bales
of cotton and 270 sacks of cotton seed,
was burned yesterday near Eutaw
Landing, on Black river. The boat
aDd cargo were valued at $50,000, and
are a total In.
Pittshobo, February 24. Night
River 4 feet 10 Inches on the gange and
Whkii.ino, W. Va., February 24.
Night River 8 feet on the gauge and
stationary. Weatder clear and cool.
Vicssbcbo. February 24. Arrivad;
City of Vickburg.SL Louis; she will
return during the night. Departed:
Helena, New Orleans.
Niw 0 aleak, February 24 Night
Arrived: Oakland ana barges, St.
Louis; Thomas Sherlock, Cincinnati,
Departed: O. Carroll, Su Louis.
LouisviLls, February 24. Night
River falling, with 10 feet scant in
the canal aad 7 feet 10 inches on the
falls. Weather cloudy aud warm.
CiKCiNNATi,0.,February 24 -Night-River
24 feet 8 inches on the guage
and falling. Weather cloudy and
wdrm. Departed: Granite State, Mem
phis; Golden Rule, New Orleans.
St. Louis, February 24. Night
River fallen 8 inches, and now stands
15 feet 3 inches on the gauge. Weath
er clear and mild, with rain tonight.
Arrived: City of Natchet, New Or
leans. Departed: City of New Or
leans, New Orleans.
Cairo, February 24. Night River
37 feet 7 inches on the range and
falling. Weather mild with a light
rain. Arrived: Mary Houston, Cin
cinnati ; City of Cairo, Vickebnrg. De
parted: City of Baton Ronge, St
Louis; Pott ads,St Louis; City ol
Cairo, SU Louis.
Eta is villa, February 24. Night
River falling, with 30 feet 6 Inches on
the gauge. Weather cloudy and warm
er ; thermometer 36 to 56; barom
eter 29. The Charles Morgan could
not complete repairs and get away be
fore daylight. Local packets were in
and out on time,
Mbmfhis Staisbd Glass Works, 236
fVU! I a. ' . ii .
xuiru nixeew tan ana see.
8ydniy J. WiisoN, teacher of Eng
lish literature. 1 For particulars ad
dress him at 389 Main street
Sis John Lilly's card of closing ont
sale, wines, liquors and cigars,
Th finest and best selected stock
of gas fixtures in the city, at bottom
prices. 1 j. a. bailby a co.
General repairing done by compe
tent workmen at the Cunningham
Wagon-Works, oontor of Monroe and
Thb Desoto Oil Oomnsnv is Drenared
to nil oroera lor tne nigbest grades oi
finished fertilisers snd fertiliziDor ma
Ths Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonio and antl-parlodlo known. A oertaia
and .uie cure for ahilla. Frio, tl per hot-
tie, norm iami ror circuiara. Any ref
freore aiaen. aaur
Importer and Dealer in
Onua, riahlnar Taeklo aad Snorts.
men's Mnpnliea. a- Special attention
I'ven U MANUFACTURING! and RB-
413 Main St., Memphis, Tenn
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
draaa Joha C
Thb Happy Hour Soc'a'
ball takes plsce Monday. March 1,
1886, at the Young Men's Hebrew A,
sociation Hal), corner of Second and
No safes rkmbdy ess be had for
Coughs and Colds, or any trouble of
the throat, than "Brown's Bronchial
Troches." Price 25 cents. Sold only
Thb most efficacious stimulants to
excite the appetite are Angostura
Bitter, prepared by Dr. J. G. B. Sie
gsrt A Sons. Beware of counterfeits.
Ask your grocer or druggist for the
0. D. Smith, veterinary surgeon, of
new iorx, nasaeciaea to locate per
manently in Memphis. He treats all
diseases of horses, mules, cattle, sheep,
awine and dogs. Calls, day or night,
answered promptly. Office at Jones
& Co.'s stable, 61 Monroe street; tele
phone 462. Residence, Fransioli
House; telephona 32.
Bids will be received for ten days
from this date on the stock of goods
contained in mo laetory, saiidierv and
vehicle department of the Woodruff
Oliver Carriage anil Hardware Cim
pany, some to be nildo on each depart
ment separately, and filed with the
secretary at the olllce of the company.
Any ana all bids subject to rejection.
BKTHKLL A CLAPP. A.iianee..
Holford, Jeweler, 294 Hals, so
loclU vrders from U couitry.
importer, and dealer! In OaaavAmmn-
nitioa and llahlna:TaelilerBaildera
Hardware. Alreirle Beiha and Aia-
aaaelatorafor Hotel, and Heldencei,S4
MiaHnvaempaii, ia. jsteotrio
uppliaa alwayi on hand. Repairing neatly
SHEA a MCCARTHY, Propr's.
140, 113, 111 Front, Memphis.
011 OF THE LARGEST BOILER SHOPS
hi th. South, and th. only complete
S oner ana oaert-iron Work la tneoity.
lanafaetarer f keayy Plato lroa
work of tr doaerlptloa. Special
ataawMftw wiae ae wiawtatlon work.
O0IIE7 TO LOAII
la Mleetaalppl aad Arbaaviaa.
riv.Ywan'Tia.. Low Rate. Anaaalla
tereJt. Call oa or addraa
S. D. TCSSEY or B. J. MARTIN
SI Wadlson St Memphis.
TBAPBBSS It CAUSES and C!!r)K,ty
aa who waa Aa&f twAfitv-alakt Teal-.
1rated by moat ol the noted ipeciall.ta of
the A iv with no BeBAfit. Cbbbb aiHaaLr ia
thrve month!, and lino, then hundred, of
other by .am. preoae. A plain, aimple and
Boca.ful home treatment, addraae X. B.
PAtiK.iagaatk Si. New York C iy.
THE ananar meetlnt of th. etoekaolden
of the Memphii (aa Liht Company will
be held at the office of th. company, 10. M
Madl.OB atrMt. M.mnhia. T.nn.. Mondav.
March t, lsrto, to eleot cwven (7) Director la
Krve to. company duriaa th. .n.Bins year.
kUectlOB from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
JOSEPH CRAXCI, Sacratary.
Oils c? HXTtto,! JStorojs
Office, 349 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
J. T. FAROA80N. J. A. BUNT. 0. C. HKIN. R. A. PARKER. E. L. WOODSON
J. T. FARGASON & CO.
VhoIesale Grocers & Cotton Factors.
S6S Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Cotton eoniirnad to u will bav. oar careful attention. rT. carry at all timea-a w.ll-
eleoted tock oi
Staple tl Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors Jobacco & Cigars
win aen aa iw aa awe anweet.
.... TJFSSfy? .
5 -tf-j aaaawiMfirviv-airiv-tt tTi.9-?-SWPfif!n S
V..-...... ' .a -.-.j.-...- - j: b
SAW AUD F LASIX tr-BOLL, HATT-TABD.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Molding, Luinbora
Latn ana sningies, Flooring, tailing and Cedar Fosts.
SOSXXPIIIS, - - TENNESSEE .
Cm and after thia dat. I ihall offer at private aal. th. .atira rteck of
.t one Ti-r a tut ciwvvim
AlWa fiUil 1UOUI fa a.r.,
Hardware, Cutlery, chanics1 Tools,
awmill snppiies, Agricaltural Implements,
QUAES and COTTOW ROPE, FENCE WIRE. Etc
ih.ll continue to aa'l from day t. day at vary low rate. T&oaa nnirtn. ...tvin, i,
thi line for Bnildin . Mwshanicl. Varminc or ethar aojpoat. VuTh7 1 ..rt-.?l
lupply th.ir wanu at rate, rraatly t. tbtir ad van tale W,U " opport,"li to
msBrBts.reDrusjy i, toeo, m. 4. MeDOWELL, BeeelTer.