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RAILROAD JME TABLE.
LcITlll,Iew Orleaaaa4 Teia Vj
iaatiMirri vaixkt rr.
ti Elect Wovowiber tt.
iialL. i boats. K,na-
440 p. a 11:W ft-a
1:44 p.a! S:4S a. a
:4S p.a. : a. a
1 :U0 B.B I HO a. a
1:42 B.B 11:14 a-a
6:21 B.B, : .m
6:21 a. a 1:42 p.m
1 eton Rouse....
ew firle.n. ....
, H ...
: p.ai P
boath. I North.
9:40 a. a! B:W) pa
12;U!bo'bI 2:4ft p.a
3:45 p.B 11:10 a.m
7:14 p. ml 7:30 B.m
A-With ,11 lines entering Memrhll.
5-With M. A N. W . K. K. fr JleleBa.
C f or Ureenville end UuDliU)B, Bd ,11
ft-wVaWiTi. - V s. P. R.'"'i
fe-Wlth N.. J. C. R- K. fur u;b aad
JarktuB. . .
C-for I'oibU ob Iha B'Bfh.
-With lmri lorBayoa Sara.
H With rtilroadi duargiBf lur FloridB a, 4
JA S. M. KDWRll, V. P.aadO.I.
(. Bl'KKK, tt.n.ral 8apX
talaalMl T Fat
Bail traiB la. dally a 4 :30 p a. I ,rn
at :44 a.m. Lonal fraifht laai t 6:40
a J.i arrlTM at 4:10 b.b. . Fryiaiht UaiB.
No.. aad ( tub tn w.kry. ho. l.avo,
Maaphu oBd, WwJnMdaf aad yrid.
li.aaM my, arlBBa-M a4 Xa.
Bbla -Traioi laaa M. aad T. d.pol a; fol
L: No. 4. Bail and aipf. Iaaf daily
at 11: a.a.i No. S. mail aad aiproaa.
rirai at 3:. p.m. So. 6. Bt. Loala aiproif.
Itl'm dailf at 4:00 p.m. t No. bi, bt. Loull
ipra a. arriTMa l:S6.m.
MBaklB Uitl. Brk.-TraiBi
on at fullowa (owtral lUod.rd timo):
!,. 1 loaw daily at & ..m.; arrlTa. at
A p.m. o. i at 4 :S0 a. B.I arrlro;
alll:!ioa.B. No. & Ifreitbt) leaai Uupatold
daily (aioaptHundiy) at 6:00 a-B.l arnrei
at 7:10 p.m.
B)u Bl aCitBWil.
ra-Iralm aov, at ollow: No.h (taat
liaa da.Hr) laa. at 11 s30 a.m. No. 2 laaoai
at 11:40 p B. daily. t. f"' D
!. daily at :) pa. No. JtUt lin,
daily) arrirai at 1:M p.m. Mall and aa
t.rai arriTM daily at 8:tta.m. St. Loull
?at lino arrirai daily at DiOi a.m.
HraiBhta 4 aarlraloa-Tralm
mora M Wloi: Thrnuab anoi im
daily at I".) p.m. Mail anil eiiiraii leavca
daily at;ii:l(iam. Bi.BarviH, accouimuila
tioa It daily, aifopt Sunday, at 4:.
p.m. Throonh aaprafi arrival daily at 5:jtt
B.a. Mall BBdoapraia arivei dally at i :M
S.m. Somtrilla arrfimmndimoa arrirai
ally, aioopt Uuoday, at H;M a.m.
lnlavlIlD ! hvllle-Train
mora at .ll.i "at mail ,nla daily at
4 ..Cam. i Inarat at 10:10 p.m.: mail learn
daily at 9:110 a.m. Brownirlllo accommn
datiomlcarai dajly, axoaiit bandar, at 6:00
6. a. I mail arrirol daily at 6:0) P.m.
roarnarilla iwv.mmndn'ii.n arrirci daily.
1 mpt bundaf , at . 40 a.m. Mtandard tiiua).
Manapbla, Hlranlaghana and Allan.
! Iloilv Hnrinu Routo-Traini mora aa
followa: No. 1 loarai Meraphia dally at 8:4')
P a.i aniraaat Uolly bprinira al8:,IO p.m. I
Na. 2 laarat Unlly dprinaa dally ,1 VM
a.m., arrlroa at llamphli at II il6 a.m. I No.
6 karai Maaphia daily at 1 :30 p.m., arrival
at Holly Hprinca at 11 :W p.m. I No. 4 laaroi
Ilolly Hprinta dally at 8i30 a.m., arrirai at
WiiRiiuTox, Kabraary 27, V6.
For MtrnjihiH and vicinity: Warm-
r, rainy wi-atiior. Ulnn min.rt'd aun,
For T(mne and the Ohio VuUry:
Jnrroiring ckiudinrm vi'Uh load rains or
tnow; wmtlt genraHy ihfting to tntterly;
tlovAy ruing It mpnatwrt; falling baronuler.
atrla;leal Barl. '
lunii, Tn.! Fabruary 26, 1M.
Tim. Ear. Tbar. Wind. W'lher
7:00 a.m 30 271 32.0 .W. OIe.
11:00 a.m. 30.300 WL6 N.E. 'J'.ar.
3:00 p.m 30 2,0 4iS N.E. Clear.
7:00 p.m 30.189! At I N.E. Clear.
10:00 p ra :iQ.12W a 8 N-K. Olw.
Maxlmam temperatare, 47.2.
Mioimnm tomperatnra, 32 0.
Raanfall, 0 00. .
All obMrTationa era taken on 75
meridian t'tne, which la one boar
faeiar than local Hm,
License to marry waij issued yes.
terday to Titus Crcnnhaw and Lucilla
Johnson. . - - .
Chief Cleary, who lias been in
I'kiladelphia several days, is expected
home next week.
M. M. (iambic, was on trial in the
Criminal Court yesterday for ma
liciously stubbing Lii 11 1 u Kyuu.
The City Hull will be rcadv for oc
f njiation by the Taxing IMstrict of
ficials by the middle of March,
There are twenty-two women and
boys lit present at. work on the rock
pile. The force is smaller now than it
The street-car track on Hcrnatidn
frtrcct is now laid as far out as Klliott,
and will be planked. A large force is
At w oi k at lu
Frof, Fuiua was yesterday pre
vented with it handsome honnct by
bis class in physiology at Miss II ig
the funeral of Mrs. Mury Picst
will take place to-morrow, Sunday
morning, instead of this morning, as
announced in yesterday' Ltdgrr.
In the Circuit Court vestenlay the
case of (Vila Ilartlett, administratrix,
against the Ixntlsvillc and Nashville
railroad, for the killing of a child, was
Messrs. Nnvford and Towner will
bold a wrvlco for children at 3:30
o'clock this afternoon. These evangel
, .jsts have, preut tact in holding chil
tfK'n's services.--, '
Judge F.ldridgo yesterday up
jxiinUnl Mattie V. Count) adminis
trator of Josephine Morgan, .1. J,
SturU guardian of K. P. and L. P.
Jjoier, mid L. Hammer ndiiiinistrator
Of J. M. Phillips.
A Very attractive programme is
arranged 'for the First Methodist
Church, beginning at 10 o'clock this
liiornrng. UUhop M.-Tvelre will pre.
aide. Everybody is invited to attend
ladies as well as men.
The following wioieties will cele
brate St. Patrick's day with a parade:
The Knights of lnnisfail, Ancient Or
ders of I lihcrniaus. branches i'S, W
and 177, Catholic Knigltttof America,
Irish Literary Society ind the Irish
TheCitirens' Pailwav Couiiianv's
ptahle on the corner of (taytwsi and
Hernando is rapidly gviing up. The
company has shown that It can make
great deal of good use of ground
rendered apparently worthless iy the
meandering of the bayou.
At noon yesterday an alarm of fire
from box 21 called out the department,
and the cotton pickery of H. F. Kobe
eon Co. on Jefferson street, opjnwite
the Library building, narrowly es
cajHMl total destruction. The damage
was alsuit f X, fully covered by in
surance. The anniversarv exercises of the
15arvl of Church Extension of the
Methodist Episcopal Church Smth will
le held iu the First Church t.wlav.
Meetings at lOo'cltH-ka.m., 3::!0oVl k
, ami ;3to cuH kp.tn. liishop Mo
ire will tnute. everai tiitin-
guiMictt numsters trom atroait w ui i-e
in attendance. The public invited to
Judge rVrnglass yesiterday ordered
iBBirii'traim not to send any more p
rins iijj o hi court on rliarpe of in-di-eiKy
and vjrran-y. He jrave a a
rt-aaaB tliat the l'oli Court and ju
tiivevtf the iwai could metp out un
Uhnient aufhrient. Tlie judpe flirt in
the tan- of the code, which mak.es
tlMne offenw- aiminst the j-ce and
dignity of the Mate.
Quite a number of the leading
MrthodiHta ol the citv met in a parlor
conference laxt evening at the reri-deni-e
of Mr. W. W. Smith, to consider
the work of the Church Kxtennion
fNiciety. l:ihlioi McTyeire .rfideil.
I r. Morton, wcretary of the koard,
made a very interxntinp; Ktaternent of
the work of the afniety, after whicli
tliere wan informal convenwition on
The following m a lixt of Mr. fay
ford' Sunday M-rvictn: At 3 o'l ha k
in the afternoon a er'ice will lie held
at the Court etreet church for new
convert) and weekcm only. At 7
o'clock p.m. a service will lie held at
the Central Jlaptirt chnrch for ladie
only. At H o'clock p.m. a service for
mei) only will le held at the Court
Street church. Thee will le the fare
well services of these erangc lisle.
Poplar street is to be paver! from
Main to Front. Chairman Slaughter
and President Hadden had a eaufer
ence vestenlay in regard to the mat
ter, the County Court having aome
time since agreed to pay half the cost
whenever the city should la7 the
pavement. Center alley front Poplar
to Kxi'hange will also be paved on the
same terniH, and the material used
w ill lie cedar blocks, to deaden the
sound of passing vehicles, which now
interrupt the proeeedingsof the court.
Bishop ILK. MTyriiik is in the
city, ami is the guest of Mr. J. II.
Mr. John lli'NTVjiaiid w ife of Louis
ville, Ky., are visiting his cousin,
(ieorge JtiibM-h, jr., lit Ui:j Georgia
(t:s. AV. C. I'kiiiiv and bride, iittnr
ney for the Southern liistrict of Kan
sas', is in the city, find has taken rooms
at the Pen body 'ilotel.
Tiik l!ev. Iaviil Morton, D.I)., of
liouisville, K v., secretary of the Itoard
of Church Kx'tension, is in the city to
attend the anniversary of the liourd.
TiikKcv. 11. C. Morrison, D.D., of
Pus-ellville, Ky the itev. J. C. .Mor
ris, Ii.l)., of Kuiisas City, and the Itev.
W. T. Harris, Ii.l)., of Union City,
Term., are in attendance on the meet
ing of the Itoard of Church Exten
sion. Tiik body of Mr. C. M. Mason, who
died a few davs ago at Tampa, Fla..
arrived here last night. The funeral
will take place Sunday under the di
rection of South Memphis Lodge of
Masons, and will start from the Ma
sonic Temple at 2:110 p.m. Sunday.
Shibti, all atylea, made to order.
Memphia Steam Shirt Factory and
Laundry, 224 Second itreet,
Skr John Lilly's card. Closing out
Foa kalaomining telephone 609, A.
MiMPBia8TiiNBD Gluh Woris, 239
Tt!rl !tr?v(t Call and tee.
Cx g John Lilly'a card of cloiing oat
ule, wine, liquora and ciRara. .
n.Toi. NriRsiBT. No. 99 Market
itreet, la the nearest place in the city
for plant and catfiowera.
Tbi finest and beat eelected rtock
of ru flxtarea in the city, at bottom
price. J. a. bailiy a to.
Gx.ixaAL repairing done by compe
tent workmen at the Cunningham
Wagon-Works, corner ol Monroe and
Tbb Herbal Chill Cure, the best
Unto and aatl-pariodis known. A cartels
ad auiaoorafor ohllla. Pric.ll par bot
tla. Band aUmii for olreolan. Any raf-
AUUr.at tfvaa K. ABoaar.
Tbi moat efficacloua atlmulanta to
excite the appetite are Angostura
Bitters, prepared by Dr. J. O. B. Sie
gurt A bona. Beware of counterfeits.
Ask your grocer or druggist for the
C. D. Smith, veterinary Burgeon, of
New York, hai decided to locate per
msnently in Memphia. lie treat all
dlBeasea of horses, mules, cattle, sheep,
swine and do. Calls, day or night,
answered promptly. Office at Jones
A Co.'i stable, 01 Monroe street; tele-
fhone 402. Residence, Fransioll
louse; telei'hone ,'12.
Fine Watch repairing at Mnlford'i.
IB BIM0VID BT THI CSI OF COCO A 1KB,
And it stimulates and promotes the
growth of ths hair.
Burnett's Flavorini Eitraeta are the
Order Medals at Malfard'n.
tahr roafa rralrd ky Babh
ft mmm, 1M aad Hcale Blra).
Bids w ill bo received for ten days
from this date on the stock of goods
contained in the factory, saddlery and
vehicle departments m tho woodrun-
Oliver Curringe and Hardware Com-
juiny, same to lie inaueoneach depart
ment separately, and tiled with the
secretary at the ofllceof the company.
Any nnd nil bids subject, to rejection.
1IETIIEI.L, A CLAl'P, Aial,nMi.
Nolld.Sllverwure at Mulford'a
Prampl aflallna la lln work ar-
d.rskji HnkarkAMoa, Trlrptaaae BS
Advice t Mother.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrun
should always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
suflerer at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving 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 best known remedy
for diarrhiea, whether arising trom
teething or other causes. Twenty-five
Monogram Dangle; Mulford.
l Bailed At Uftaanli, tm da
Balford, Jeweler, 294 Mali, bo
locit orders from the eonntry. .
Va Railed,. l.amaralae far
year Platablac and Uaa-riltlaa.
Old (aid aad allvrr takea aa raah
I Malford'a. a4 Mala.
ly elng and ( leanlug.
Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Reigel, 58 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn, Goods received by ei press.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL- SATURDAY,
X5EEX AKD COMriST.
TO-DAY weopenonr Spring Stiles
of Hen's, Youths' and Boys'
CLOTH IXCJ AXD II kTK,
Every garment baa been selected
with care, and is guaranteed per
fect in fit, in make and in finis.
In two years our Clothing Depart
ment hs grown to enormous pro
portioBF, snd the cause for the un
precedented growth is easily ex
plained. We bay the beet and sell
at a reasonable profit, making pos
sible for the entire popnlution to
dress well for little money.
Wa inangnrata the season with
some Special Bargains for
Boys' All-Wool Baits, 3 85.
Hen's All-Wool Baif, $11 75.
Bays' Knee Pants, 83c.
These sre all Spring Good, made
exprearly for as, and offered at this
low price so aa to it Art the season.
THE GBEAT BiRGilX,
However, is oar New Spring Shspe
DOLLAR DERBY HAT,
In Black. Brown. Tsn snd Pearl.
No be ter hit tan be b inght for f 2 30
Gentlemen, come and see these
Hitv Don't forget that we keep a
fall line of the beet Shoes made.
Men's Sewed Shoes, 12 75.
Men's Hand-Made Shoes, $4 73.
for the re-
GOLD AND SILVER SHIRTS.
None better at any price.
We offer TO-DAY a lot of Chil
dren'i Liced Shoes, sizes trom 4
AT ONLY 40c A PAIR.
Shoes' that ware sold at $1 25, but
we want to close them out.
Foster's GENUINE KID GLOVES.
All the New Spring Shades are just
received, in every length. We are
Sole Agents in Memphia for Fos
ter's Genuine French Kid Gloves;
none are genuine unless stamped
"Foiter" on inside in fac-aimile of
signature. We have the "Foiter"
Glove for geptlemen aa well ai
Gentlemen, Don't Ton Forget
That oar Clothing is ap to the belt
OUR DOLLAR DERBY
Is nnrivaled, unapproachable and
the biggett bonanza in town. Noth
ing to equal it for lees than $2 50.
BESIDES THE DOLLAR HAT,
We show a Fall Lineot
Dnalip'i Fifth Aveaae Bala,
For which we are Sale Agents in
Saturday nights until 9
To all who ara mfferini from tb, arron and
Indlaoratloni of youth, earrona waaknaat,
aajly daoay, loia of manhood, at., I will
(and a raolpa that wUl car, yon, FREE Of
CHAROI. Thli rraat ramady i dUoorar
,d by a miiilonary la Boath Amarlea. Sand
air-addraaaad aaralop. to tb, Rar. Jasara
Taets. i(vm D, Tnrt fv.
ARB BTIIX TBIVHrH ABT.
For dfteenyeare they bar, ateadlly ,alaed
In laror, and with aalea eonatantly Inoreaa
ini bar, bexoaa the mnat popular Loraetl
lk.nn.hnhl lk I ! R I t.H Mt-tl..
The 44 duality ie wtaaasTBo To' will Twio,
A, Losa aa ordinary CosaaT,. W, hare
lately Introduced the 41 and B II rad.a
with Kit, Lose WaiiT, and easlurniah
them wbas preferred. , ' ...
Uihait award, from all the World'!
treat Kaire. The laat medal reoalradla (or
Vim. h.,. .. U . frnH th. lM KaDO
aitioB held at New Orleana. W bile (ouree of
petenU hare been found worlhleaa, the prln
oinlea of the Ulore-Vittins hare proved la-
valuable. . .
Retailer, are authorised to refund money,
II, on (lamination, tbeie Conata do nol
prora a, represented, rar sale every
- - ' kBfttalla.atlaB.
Thoaisen. Langaoa ( ., New Verk
Kv,a If Tea Bay Daaea
eomaoB perooe plaatere whlrh foa can tat
for a eon, at any of th, Cueap John diu
,iatt you bar, merely thrown away your
money, In? one Berieoo', Capclue 1' I after la
worth them all. The reaauB Ie thlai aten-
Inn a It it
t that ie
II tbe only poroua piaater 10 tue mr-
bnneatly and akllllully made, and
Ik.n n..n.lnl I tnitnvl inB. nf Itanai'Q'l. They
inner, are o n.nw
ara nhran. banauta Iher lionet, non, of th.
inMrniuia kli,k ramlnr Hnnaon'a ralua-
hle. Th, latter era prompt to at, pleaaant
to wear, and aura in faw hour, ailmenta
whloh other, will not eren relieve. The
,.l.l.r. .....nl.ll. warned aaa n.lao-oallad
Intended to do- olve. A.k for IJeneoa , and
i..i. ... ,1.. " I hr.. Ha.la 1 trade mark sad
tbewwd f'Cspolaf " cut la the oenter.
j? Why x
IMPORTER AND SIALXR B
us, ABiButtloB, Fishing Taskle
aad Hportsmea's SappOea,
WHOLES A LI AND RETAIL.
BBS Bala trt, eaaakla, Teaa;
MasnractariBc and Rapairlnf of Sob, a
hwialty. aarTalaphona No. 80S.
Importor and Dtalarla
ilaaa, Plstalna' Tasekla aad Naarls
aaca', aapllea. mr Hpacial attantion
alv.o to MANUFACIIRINU and RE-FAIRING-
4ia Main RtMMennblmTenii
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importer, and tetter. In 43bbb. Aaaaaa.
nlilaa and riakla Tarkla, Jtalldara'
Hardware, alectrl Iteila aad Aa
aaaelaiara lor Hotela and Raidnra,S48
Mala street, Memphia, leaa. Klaotri,
nppllai alway, oa hand. RapairtBi neatly
tfS Badlaoa Street. Jlemnbla, Teaa.
A FULL atoek of Wooden and MaUIlio
CaM and Caaketa. Larial Kobea, etc.,
alwayaon hand. Ordera by Talagraph or Tal
anhona Promnily ttwHH n.
Young & Brother,
booksellers and Stationers,
218 Main St., Hemplil,Tenn
WlahlBaT to Bellra tram Baalaeaa
Ve Oner 4ar tallre
STOCK AT COST.
Jobs Oviktox, Jk.
C. N. Orosvisoi.
OVERTON & GR0SYEN0R
Real Estate Dealers
AGEHTS ate BROKERS,
Office, 264 Second Street.
a. B. Oar. eeaaa aad Vaara,
MEXFIUH, a .,a TESXESSEE.
RIAL IBTATX BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Taiaa Paid, Rente Oolteeted, ete., ,a
SHEA A MCCARTHY, Propr's,
140,142,144 Front, Memphis,
091 01 THE LAK0HT BOILER SHOPS
in tb, Boath. and th, only aomplate
Botlar and BaaeVIro Works la theeity.
kHauaafaetarera i.f kaan alata iroav
warh af aaaerlatloa. Bpaoial
artnerloe tyftalon work.
CRESCENT EATING HOUSE,
I, H. O. e T. Railroad.
Train, ,loo IS mlnutea for maala. .
Braaklaat, soma North. .......... .
Dinner, roinc Hoath. -. 1-
Dinner, oin. North 1:11
Bui par, foiof Sooth .... (.:?
Tb, bote! la near the L.. N. 0. and T, Ral'
rona Depot. The only hotel in tiwn. Trarel
era. ret boardaraand familiea will find t ie
beat of aonou modattona. Tfia room, are
eo nforteble, w t plenty of bedding. Th,
table and terrlc. Hurt ciati. it. me rea
onBhl,. W. K. TI1UMMIH at Vll,, itowhh-.
For i$ yeart at 37 Court Place, now at
1 mkHl rimriul l-flr MU"1 tTUcl aa, the
evwt iMtahl, tit tnalM 1U
peraoauirraaa aaa jjupuv"".
a. lb. malt f MeM la )wv. anwl m aa.
u.renneMa, erliM n 1
towiuHiM. . ai"i -!-. t-,;-
Howl. Oimmi). Uun af DHknlnj Sn'ir-r-
CtafMke .( :aa, I .1 a.i r , ... rrfc..H
MrrlM ("PIOI" " hfT' '""'I' " f
OLEET, om Oraeiui, Int. ua hVf
It U tlf.Mtoal Uua . fkf alU. tJ' R
.7.11 Ik. HIV fV MMK kMHoM MB t. M.4
wata H w aiwww ,
aad Mr.lj if II m eiprwa MJ.hm.
CnreM Guaranteed la all Case
"JMlllSiJifSSleT r If aa4 latltal
CU WMiailn a rTiie- eulailr wnlliHelHi
4 PRIVATE COVKSILOR
or toe phm, we) w u, uw-w, wnnlr uw
wr, muia m U r4 a, all. .. .
taw ta.wesa. a. a.,, P.M. utaj,!ie:
No. 9WM, (II'-Chaniery Court of Ehelby
t?ounty-r)iate 01 inne.ne, ir v.,
tp. W. r Butler at el. I and No. l""". K.
Clty of Memph va. F. W. Kr.rer at al.l
and No. 1U, K.D.-City of Memphia va.
V. W. Fraaeretal. . ...
1 )V virtue of an Intarloeutory decree for
J) eale, entered Ta the abor,u.e OB the
lith day of Norember. m M. B.. pa,e SS,
Jwill aall, at'polilio auction, to the hiahe.t
Idder, in front of tbe Clerk and Ma.ter
oflioe, oourthoui, ol bbelby county, Mem
phia, Tenn., 00
. Hataraay. 1'cbsaary BO, 1.
within le,al houfe, the lol owin, deeeribed
property, allua'ad ia Memphia, bbelby soua-
"Lot laVolh" situated at the norlhweet
Intereeelliia ot B.ale end H"nd treeu,
Irontin, W feet en the north tide oi lieale
treat aad ruunlns back wlih the we.t line
of Heeoad Itreet fta feet. Sold a property
ojcT W.Kdmonde.O. W. Fratarand otbera.
D 11.ru,. it .n.l te. klnrk ais.a.int'aaub-
4il. , ... eaob irontlnr i" feet 00 the eaat
, -i' fee
M.ln itreet, luto wire, or "JS".'"
. r 1 1
rara, dj e u.i'w vi
rA feet. Hold aa property ol Anna a. una
Alio: l.tJ 21 and .!'. Salal'a h
dlrl.lon. 10th wardi ol 'U fronlin, SO leet
on the eaat tide of Main treat, and lot Jl
froatiof A feet on the eaat aide ot Main
,tret andrunnln, baok 4 feat.
.1 - .i i. 1 in - eredit ell tnonthei
parobaaer eaeoolln. Botes with security 1 Ilea
retained and radamplloB barred. Ibis Jan-
J J. M. Bradley, bepuly t-li
J W. ll.miitnn. snllrimr.
ry i. iin. , ..v ..J M..l.r.
Bids for Fainting
TUB Cornice, tlutterln,, etc.. of the
Court-llouaeol K.y.lte ",1u"l?'.lTr, V
tPomerville. will be re reived until Meroh
1, lawi. by Ihe Committee. Joh P, M'""
e ,n. 0. A. 8. Knew and Bamuel II. Morton.
S ".L.. aaen Bt the oftioe ol
tli, CouBlr Court Clerk of ette county
FEBRUARY 27, 18SG.
IsThe firm ot GOODBAR & CO. baa been dissolved, and webave reorganised onr interest in the Wholea.e Boot
snd Shoe Boainsse, in connection with Mr. W.F.Love, lata ot Warren, Love Co., 8t. Loaia, Mo., and Mr. J. O.
Calllcott, ol Coldwater, Miss., under th stvle of snd firm name given below. We thank oar friends for tbeir peonage)
in the past and hop fot a conUnuance ot their lavor. j- B- QQpgp
A. B. eeoBBAa.
Late of Ooodear A Co., Memphia.
Late of Uoedbar A I ... Meapkia.
GOOBBAR, LOYE & CO,
307 k 3G9 Main
We are cow receiving a large and Knlr'ljr Mew Mack ot Kaatern and
Spring Trade of 1&6, which w offer at krk Holioiu I'rlwa,
We have EXCLUSIVE control in this market of th fob
lowing lines of CUSTOM-MADE Qools, all olwhl.'h we
warrant to give perfect satisfactioa :
George Hocker's celebrated Men's Celt Bolts.
Brady A Shorten 's Boys', Youths', Misee' and Children .
6olar Tip Sbov
T. M. Harris &Co.'s Philsdelphls made Children's Shoes,
Also, L. W. Nut & Co,'s Kip Brogana and Mow hhoa
the beet Brogana made in th United State heretofore
handled by Grodbar & Co.
We are the only boos in this Msrket handling th cele
brated Krippendorf, Dittmann A Co lin of Ladle' and
Miters' Kid, Goat and Calf CUSTOM Goods F.XCLl'.
SIVELY. under the Fartnrr Brands.
MILLIONS IN IT!
Yes, There's Millions In
It for the Poor.
The Rich Also Made Happy.
Fortune Is Knocking at
Every Man's Door.
Be Wise and Bare Cash, and
Patronize the Misfit
The man who ear js 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 of 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
baying is getting as much aa possible
for your money.
It's economy to buy your Clothing
at the Misfit Clothing Parlors, be
cause you get there the fineet Clothing
in the world for the least money.
It's economy to patronize the Mis
fit Clothing Parlors, because while
prices are low the goods are of relia
ble cloth, something that will give
satisfactory and substantial wear.
It's economy to buy good Clothing
when you can get it at a less price 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 givo you satisfaction.
Your time has come. A plain
warning to tho residents of Mem-
t.Viia Your time has come.1 but a
time for joy instead oi sorrow
The Misfit Clothing Parlors, 2C2
Second street, opposite Court Square,
will give you the opportunity of get
ting Clothing at much less than the
Oar Overcoat Bargains are some
thing every man should take advant
ace of. Equally as great bargains
are offered in Suit and Pants.
262 Second St., Memphis,
0pp. Court Square.
svir- Remember, all alterations to
f a. . I east A a"kT
ittalt-A TntfiriAItL Db flUOO AACU v
charge, by a first-class tailor.
aa-Opea Bvealaera BBlll wo'eloefc
iare)aya aalll II.
T IOOQ V foT. nianoare Court of Shelby
W.B- Butler et al.l iNo. -Cityof
Memph is -. M. MoNeill etal.
TlYvlrtue of an Interlocutory decree for
D sale, entered In th, abov, e
. . . T vi lUK-t n .1 Mn.ved Dei
r"V..?. C ,",-"iMf .111 ..11. at
'i'..":":riirrKi.HU bidder, in
IT, V .(th.Cl.'rk .nd-MaVterl oSc., eourt-
houee of 8helby county, Memphis, iena-, u
ataraar, rekraary 0,
ItMa lesal hours, th, follpwlnr
d in Memphis, bbelby noun
re. the 10 iowiu, uji"-
rr'T.na : to-wit- BeiinDiii oa th. eaat
r.lAV.BK-' aril .v ail ol Third street el
it. Intaraartion with the south side of Jener.
ISj VI a
ion street: tlieB-e. eMt w.tb eoutn id.
J.Serson atr.et 1 leet
JeSerson atr.et v leet; nh'""i"h,- il
f.-t to an alley 1 thenoe we.t with norta aiae
if said .Hey U ft to the Mjllw -t
of Third street; thenoe with said alley
fiet uffh. be.lnninr, MjtU Propetty
if P. 3. Meat, and Martha Bod ie. .
lerms of Sale-Oa a credit of T no"e.
thence south . HfH
... .k ..nrii! lien reteinea ena re
demption barred, tbie January iJK
o 1 u.n.ivri t. r i.rk nd Ma.ter.
v M. llradlay, Iteputy Clerk A Master,
. W. Hampton, bolloitor. ,
Tbe above le po.tponeo to
JOHN M. BRADLEY, Deputy Clerk
w. k. love,
Lateof Warrea. Lore
ami IS Gayoso Streets,
OrriCE No. 24 HIGH
o niAiie oy any competing unrseu
We also control
ORGILL BROTHERS & Co
310 pad SI Front Street, MenipbltsT4?nn.
We are Jast la Receipt
R. B. Plows, Columbus
WHEELBARROWS, SUOYELS, PICKS, MATTOCKS,
And a Conaplete Line of CAMP OH r FITS. ,
DES JARDIIJS, KILLER & ROOTES,
So. 394 MAIS WTRFET
. sjaadbar SB aa. L. Clark
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street,
WE offer to BfEBWHABITa OBJLY tb, lajreat and beet nook or boom boo onoea we
kawn ever brouaht to this market, aad which cannot be inrpaaaed la quality and
style, by any home in thia or any other eity. In addition to oomplete line or BaatorB
made ,oode lnoludln, the 4:Ea.atBaiaTatl SOODBAB a CO BOejBiaV handle
a lani and eeleet iteck of Cuatom-mede Good, for Men, Women, Mimos and Children. W,
carry a d uiuutjr ui vua univ uiaaa m tu wuuu t aaa va - -- . -
tbemlthe well known Men', Calf Boot, and Bhoe, mBnufaoturadby Geo. gocker for our
BDrini Trade. We alio carry a choice line of Ladiea' and Mliaea Cnatoni Kid, Goat and
Bprins Trade. e alio carry a choice line or JUadiea
1 A 1 - k Vinn.(innf. Tlillni.lt M
Cilf flnoda. mannfacturad bv Kr DPendorf.
our itock before buyin, elsewhore, and we auarantee everything we siveaMtefBotioa.
JOHN REID. &' . La.
376-378-380-382-384-386 fcecond street, south ot Gayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles,
m on 111 I nr. mhi ns, at ruwr riwmim mw - w-w-.-w.
No. 37, 53li6, R. D. Chancery Court of
Bbelby county elate 01 jenneesee vs.
Dflmuel Fol well et al. and Fi ank Lally et al.
BY virtue of interlocutory decrees for
sale, entered in th, above consolidated
iaii.. nn the 4th dav 01 January. 1H6. M. B.
61, pane , and November i 1W5, M. B. SO,
pa,e., I win sen, ai puono aciiun, vo iu.
biRheat bidder, in front of the Clerk and
Maatar'a office, courthouse of Shelby county.
Memphis, Tenn., on
Malarday, March IS, 1SS8,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated in bhelby county, Tennes-
e, to-wit: , ..
Lot 1. bealnnin, wher, the south side of
the roadbed ot the Louisville and Nashville
railroad crosaea the west side ef the Bis
Creek road; thence south US" west with tho
weat aide or tb. Dir. creek roaa hw?i leetio
Concord street eitended; thence north 78
west 1.11S 'oet with Concord street; thenoe
north 10" east 165 feet to the south side of
aid railroad ; thence south 7u east with th.
htiroaa loe ieo u ioe oraiuuiua.
Lot 3, berinnlnc on the north aid, of the
Id Raleiah road at th, junct on ot the south
side of Concord street extended with the
north side of the Raleigh road ; thence south
64 weat with th. north sid. of the Haleigb
rosd H12 leet to a stake; tnence soutn 00
weat 132 feet to a stake in the north side of
the road ; thence norm if.V west icei to
Concord atreeti thence south 79 eatt527X
feet to the bepinnin,. .
tot 6, beKinnin, at the mouth of Quail
bayou on the north line of Concord street
extended; thence south 79 east 164 feet to
a stake on east oanx 01 ituau oayou : tnence
noith lO'-i' east 163 feet to the south side of
the railroad: thence north 79 west with the
south side of the railroad 240 feet to the eaet
bank of Dayou uayoso; tnence soutn n easi
with the bayou 1M feet to the beginning.
Lot i. fronting li'O feet on the north line of
Concord street extended 131'4 feet weitof the
Big Creek read, and running one a 10 tue
Louisville and Nashville railroad on which
it front, 200 feet.
Lot 6, fronting 9. feet on the north line
ofConcord street eitended 16Hteet east of
bavou (layoio, and running bick to the
lOUlSVllie ana niMuviiie nimuauiv. nM.uu
it Ironte 10 fert. ,
Lot 4, begin-no, on the nortr side of John-
....... Uhi n rn r.t aa.t of allev eaat
of bayou tiayoso; ibence east with road 50
feot; tnence aorta o; 01. w.. j
..1 avtendad : thence westward wito
tbe street to alley; thence B3H K to a point
i'jii t frem Johnson avenue; thenceeaat-
ward parallel with said avenue HS leet;
thence S 23V E 150 feet to th. bee-inning.
Terms of Sale 0b a credit of six months;
. , in,.Mii with .ai-nritv renuircd t
fi!. XlTLZld: redemntioa barred. Ibis
February 17. 1W fy
Bt J. M. Bradley, Deputy Clei
f . H. A C. W. Hetskell, Sols-
- .. V. . ill l B. U..ea
VlUTaV m aBAfT:i
DR. B. E. BULLINGT0N,
857 Mai fitreet. t Jleasphte, Ten-.
St. Agnes Academy.
THE SPRING rESSION will open M
DAY tb. 1st of February. Terms-:
j0. 190 and 1100, according to tbe age ana
eliseof the puril. For further particular,
pply to toe L.aur oupgriur.
kBArJIira-Its CAl'SKS and CliHE.ty
.......fnl home treatment. Address T.
r .no wno waa aeai iweni
"r-attd livmostol the notea apecianaia oi
t'se I d y with no benefit. Ccaaa bimbilp in
three months, and since then hundreds of
J. r. rAU-icorr,
A Co., 6t Louie. Late of Coldwater. Blin
Cuitom-Made Boot and Shoes for the
on as liberal terms as can
th following Specialties under our
own brands, vis:
Unodbar, Love A Co.'e Men's Grained Calf CUSTOM-MADE
Bala, Button and Congress.
Ooo bar, Lov & Co.' Men's N.K. Calf CUSTOM
MADK Hals, Button and Congress.
Go xl bar, Lov Co.'s Ladies' Kid and Goat CUSTOM-MADE
Flexible Polish and Button 3 00 Shoes.
Our Ladies' M 00 Shoes are made from the beet se
lected Curaooa Kid and Tampico Gnat Stock, and have
Solid Sole Leather Counters and Flex ble Inner Soles
and we warrant them to fit and give perfect satisfaction
In everv reerwet.
of a Lara Stalpaaeat af
Steel Drag Scrapers,
I Eaveae J. Oarrlatrtaa Fraak .. Jane
AR & 0
Uittman Uo. we invue.ine iraae i' '
No. 3843, R. Chancery Court of Shelby coun
ty M. Gavin etal. vs. Pauiok Martinet al.
BV virtu, of an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in the above oausa on the
lath day oi December, 1884, renewing order
ot May 18, 1883, andfagain renewed January
18, 1886, M. B. 51, p. 103, I will sell at publio
auotion, to tbe highest bidder, in front of
the Clerk and Master', office, courthouse of
Shelby county, Memphis, lenn., on
batarday, March , 188,
with n legal hours, the following described
property, situated in bhelby county, Tenn.,
to-wit: The equitable interest of Patrick
and Julia Mar in in lota 7 and 8 of A.
Wright', (oblivision, said lota having a
front each of 30 feet on the eaat line 01
Wright avenue and run back between paral
lel I nts 180 feet to a 20-foot alley.
Also, their interest 10 lot oueiu, 01
, oi A. Wright's subdivision. South Mem-
.1.1. 1 qa ... . In. ann th aide of
Georgia street and running back between
parallel line, 157H fe,t. ...
Af rmi o- Owir-vo a, 04 va i vi i
M.lt... KwaehuaaetnaBaAntB Ants a -til &D-
proved ccurity, tMi-vrinf interawt from tjatss.
na inn ruinvaio Mcarn p)uiauv. u
o. L. ncouLbu, viera auu inuwiwi.
HvJ M Bradley, Deputy Clerk A Master.
H. 0. w arinner and S lippin A i lippm, bo-
licltors, " -
B E AL ESTATJJ.
No. 5406, R.D.-Chancery Court m oreioy
a. -a OL -ll
county btate 01 jennei
DY "virtue ol an interlocutory decre, for
"J .ale eetered in the ahove cause on the
4th day of Janua-y, 1886, M. Ml, PHiM
bidder' in "root of ihe tl.-k and Master',
otl.ee, courthouse of thelby eoauty, Mcm
Halnrday, March 13, 18e,
within lugal hours, th following described
pioperty, situated in bhelby county, Ten
nessee, to-wit: .....
South half of lot 1. Fraier'a subdivision,
40 feet front by 160 feet deep, on the west
side ol Lauderdale itreet 85 feet north of
North 'half of lot 231 fron In, 37!. feet
on the west side of bixth street, 37H feet
north- ol Baffarans street, 9th ward, and
running back US feet. Sold as property of
Emma and John Caper.
Part or country lot 468 ; 30 foot front en
south side of Auction street, east of and ad
joking bayou Gayoio, by a depth ef 140 feet,
. Terms of Sale On a credit of six months:
note with security bearing interest required ;
lien retained: redemption barted. Tbi,.
February 17, ifWI.
B. I. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By J. M. Bradley, Deputy Clerk A Master.
F. H. A C. W. Heiskell, Sols. sat
- Administrator's Notice.
HAVING qualified as administrator of
the estate of Frank Duncan, deceased, .
notice is hereby given for all parties having
claims against said estate to file same with
me: and all parties indebted to said estate
will settle at t nce. Memphis, Tenn., Jan.
27.1886. ffril BENJ.R. DUNCAN. Adm'r.
DEMOCRATS TO THE FRONT T all
psrsoas seeking Government Em
ployment in any oi the department, at
Washington, or any other positions under
the Government,! will send lull instruction,
as to bow to praceeaa to obtain the same,
and Blaak forma af Application on
receipt ol On, Dollar. Aeforeaa JOHN
D. BUBS!, LMk.he.B StMs. Vluaaa. .