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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1886.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
LolgTllle,Xew Or) rang and Trias R'j
IHMIMlPri T1LUT SOFTS.
Is Effect November 22, IMS.
4:00 p.m'll:( a.m
: p. ml :4 a.m
:f p.m 5:2U ..in
1:U e.ml 2:(M a.ui
2:42 . a.m
5:2)1 a.ml v:l p.m
A:2l a.m 8:12 p. to
9:3U p. ml 6:30 p.m
pinw Orlasna. ........ II...
Memphis . :n .m
l.ul. . 2:lrJao D
6:110 p m
Lelild SM p.niU:ll e.ro
Viriotjurg g-l 7:15 p.ml 7:30 a.m
A With .11 linei entering Memi'hia.
B-Witta M. A N. W H. R. for Uelena.
0 For Greenville and llunliugion, and all
lV-With V. A ii. and V S. A P. Railroad..
Jt- With N. J. A C. R- it. fur Aatcbea and
F For Pointa on the Branch.
With steamers for Iiayou Sara.
B With railroad, diverging fur Florida and
Pclln.n buflet Sleeping Canon all tralni.
J AS. M. KDW4.RDS, V. P.andU.iM.
M. BUKKK, O.n.ral Sup't.
A. J. KKAH. U. P. A.
MlMlpatl anal TnaaaaN. Fast
mail train leavei daily at 4 : JO i . s arrive
at fcreo ess. Local freight leaves at 6:411
a.m.; arrives at 4:30 p.m. Freight trait.
N & and 6 run trl weakly. No. rt leave
Memphis Monday. Wednesday and Friday.
H.arn t'lly, prlOrll and Mom
Rfcla Train. leave M. and T. dapot a. fol
wr; No, 4, mail and expreis, leavei daily
' at 11 a.m. ; Mo. i, mail and expreis. ar
rives at 3:. 10 p.m. No. bti, St. Loeii oipresa,
leave daily at 6:00 p.m. ; Mo. (ii, til. Louis
iprafi, arrival at 8;.'s a.m.
Mesapbla and LUlla Bark.-Train,
move as follow, (central stand ird time):
No. 1 leaves daily it 6:26 v-m.i arrives at
(:Vr.m. No. 3 leaves at 4:.'0 a.m. : arrives
at 50 a.m. No. 6 (fr.iiht) leaves Ilopefield
daily (oicept undsy) at 6:00 a.m.; arrive,
at 7:10 p.
rhnipMikt, Onla aed Honlbwrat
ara Trains more a. follow.: Mo. a (tut
line daily) l avea at 11 :.m a.m. No. 2 leave,
at n 40 p n. daily. M. Lonl. fast line
leaves daily at 'i-.Su p.m. No. 7 (!at line
daily) arrive, at 1:90 p.m. Mall and e-
Rr.hi arrives dally at 3:lf.in. tit. Louis
ut line arrives daily at 9:05 a.m.
M.aapkla and 4'barlraloa Train,
more a. fo'lowl: Through exprei. leav.i
daily at 10:2l p.m. kail and eiprat. leave,
daily at::I0a m. fc'umervllle acoouiinada
lion leavra daily, except tiunday, at 4 :S0
p.m. Through express arrives daily at 6:21
a.m. Mail and eiprex arivei dally at 4:65
S.m. Nomrrville accommndatioa arrive,
aily, eieept Runday, at t .'JO a.m.
Laalavtlla and Waahvltla Train,
more at follow.: Fait mail anive. daily at
4 :,rt a.m. : li-avei at 10:10 p.m. : mail loavra
d illy at t:00 a.m. Brownrvllla aoeommo
dativm leave, dally, esoept Sunday, at 6.00
p.m. i mail arrive, dally at 6:0) p.m.
Brownivilla rocouimndu'ioB arrive, daily.
loeptKanday. at 6.40 a.m. (atandnrd time).
Mampbla, nirmlnithant and Allaa
tic IIoilv tiprin.a Konte Train, move aa
follow. : No. I leave. Memphi. dally at 3:4;')
r m.i arilvai at Uolly fpringi at 6:30 p.m. i
No. 2 leavea Uolly lpnnn. daily at 9:00
a.m.. arrive, at Menipht. at i il&a.m.t No.
4) leave. Mempb.ll dally at 7::i0 p.m., arrive,
at Holly Bprlnii at 11 :69 p.m. No. 6 leave.
Solly Bprinaa dally at 3:30 a.m.. arrival at
evphb) at . a.m.
Ff Trnnrmee and ' the Ohio VaUey:
Fair xteathT, follounl in Tenneitet, by
local taint, vrituh generally twrthtrly;
, digldy Marntrr in tlte Ohio Valley; da
rumary iemieralure tluwhcre. in llie di
, At.I MAIL.
MKvrHia, Titwjaf. Maroh 1, 18H6.
Time. Zfiihi. Wind Wilier
7:0am 30 2( 42 8 N.W. Clondy
11:00 a.ro. )0.27 418 N.W. Olnndy
8:00 pm ItOl'rft 440 N.K Cloudy
7:n0p.m :-Q,f7H 8 5 N.K. Oloudy
10:00 p.m :)im 30 8 N K. OlondV
Maxlmrr tumpnrature, 4"i.0.
Minimnm tmnperature, 42.3.
. RaiuflJ. 0 04.
A11.6b8erv4tion are taken on 75s
naridfaa tlmp. which la one hoar
lajrter than lnral tima.
Cotton gtH'ii iipaKnln.
The Memphis Theater cIomhI.
The police had an unusually dull
Pwidout ltiulilon diHpoHud of a
long docket yoHtortloy.
The milo of m-aOi flir Raymond
openti at Mulfunl'a to-day.
Tim Mozart Society w ill haven re
hfarnal at Uicir hall to-night.
--In Uie Criiniiiul Court yesterday
D. 1,. iilli( was lined f0 for wlf
ing lottery ticket.
Tho Ciute of 1otiirt Krli, for nelliii)
railroud puwicn, will come up for trial
in the Criminal Court.1'
Fannie Wilson was sentcn I to
thirty days in the Work-lioime yester
day for frxviving stolen goods.
Tbe.r ore not likely to he any
dark horecs in the coming ciiiiipaigii.
The man who vans must work for it.
The ArrrtL acknowledges the re
. ipt of a sample of extra tine Jersey
huttor trt ra T. I,. Wills of Dyerslmrg,
Sircct Gray and Marvarvt lavis,
Walt Pavia ahd Mintie Ford, N. J.
Neff and Carrie Nolan w ere licensed
to marry yenU-rday.
T-Tbfl bifwst up-streain trip on
retord wan brought here yesterday by
the" tam-r C. V. Chouteau- 2tt,01 2
racks of ae! and 170 bales of cotton,
-The Healing Evangelist, Knight,
will arrive in Memphis about tho
lOtVurstaty, and will then invite
those eaffeniigwithso calltnl incurable
disease to roraeand Im healed accord
ing to Mark, xvi, 18.
fT Chief Clearyof tho Kire Iepart
mer.t ha rt-turned from Philadelphia,
a hero hflj went wirtt tho remains of
John Murgatroide. Ho spent a day
in Washington, and is full of a desire
to have more engines, after having in
spected the superb service in that city.
Chief Davis has received a lctU-r
fnrn t7etlmrg. Tenn., akiiig infor
mation of W. J. t'urran, a U-icL'mph
operator, who left that place three
wwks ag,und is sippostd to be lying
ill Bomewhere (n this citv. The chief
aiwld : glail to forwaixl any news of
liirjr. to b'w family and friends.
Dr. Willett, the physician in at
ten Jiiti-.'; upon Mme. Janauschek,
Ktatel hert. uicht that her condition
waa much improved, and that she
would r! able to leave her bed to-morrow.
Kta- will prH-ar Monday, Tucs
dfiv nrti Wednewlsy of next week,
ami tk-Aets already sold art goo.1 for
Tfco Bradstreet Agency rtport
Vile failures in the I'nited State for
the week ending February -Ii, 1SW,
asainst. 14 htit we'k, '.TO in the fourth
week of February, 18S", 2:' in 1SS4,
Ji.0 in 3Ws3 and V-'t in IS-'. Canaila
had 'h, against 26 last week and 4ii
for the likp week in 1SS,. The total
riuii.be- f failurtu in the I'nited
Suite from January 1st to February
" .th is ;;"-!'.. 3Tainsti775 int like por
tion of I f-Vi- nearly 8 failures less per
.lav thus far during l.SSil. The total
in '8 wwks of ISKtwas 2Hi, or but
r, Wa l,;in thus far this year. In I vvj
it waa 21t, anil in 18.
- 'Prompt l. ntlw
4 era by Hnb-rn-""
, work ar
Molford, J'Wvlrr, fl .Halo.
Jocits orders from the roanti J.
C. E. Chosby has retunied (mm the
8. M. Robinso; was this day ap'
poinUsl deputy by Sheriff Cannon.
Mas. I,t y liowMAK, sister-in-law of
Pr. It. C Kelsay, is visiting his family
Hoi.neiiH of Mississippi No. 1 levee
bonds should read the advertisement
of W. II. II. (ireen of Jackson, Miss.
Mrs. James F. IIi xtkr returned
home yesterday from Somerville,
Tenn., "when- she has lstn visiting
A. P. 11. Ghkks, treasurer of I.eu
brie's Theater, after a severe sicll of
illness, is out nimin ami on duty, sell
in"; choice seats for tho Janauwhek
II. (!. Kkixav. the natural dis-tor.
and family, w ho have been Bway on a
pleasure and professional visit for sev
eral weeks, have returned to their
houie, lOo Fifth street, Chelsea, where
the doctor will remain iM-rmaiUiiitly.
I'reii.s and students of music can
save the discount and commission on
music ami iHsiks of and W ht
rent, bv buviim their music direct
from II. (i. HolleulsTg, and paying
cash. Nee advertisement in another
C. II. Carnks, Jackson, Mich.; W.
Shores. Clinton, Mo.; C. F. King,
Virginia; L. Shepard, Los Angeles,
Cul. ; M. IK-k, Covington, Tenn. ; W.
Young, Chicago; Ir. I'. DeWitt, Wil
mot, G. ; J. I". Jtouscarew. New Or
leans; Y.. 3. Pitwratt, Chicago; Mrs. L.
ModesUi, Montgomery, Ala.; J. II.
Johnson, St. Louis; Mrs. M. E. Wil
liams, Mississippi, ami Mrs. Seymour,
Oxford, Miss., are guests at lhiH'y'n
At tho entertainment of the
Memphis Club Sunday night Miss
Tillin Fnld of St. Umis made her
debut in local musical circles, anil
scored a brilliant success. She is the
possessor of a magnificent voice,
which she uses w ith cultivated skill.
Miss I'iih Frank, whose place in the
front rank of local elocutionists is un
contested, gave some admirable read
ings from well-know n authors in her
best style. 1ui c'l'g followed.
Jackson (Miss.) Clarion, Saturday :
"Kx.Gov. J.L. Alcorn arrived in Jack
son last Thursday, and will be in the
city for several days, in the interest of
some measures all'ecting the leveo dis
trict pending in the legislature. This
distinguished Mississippian is now in
his seventieth year, and appears young
for his ago. lie wns a member of the
Legislature forty-six years ago, as
Iteiiresetitative of Coalioma county.
Col. Singleton was a memls-r for Mad
ison in the same session, and tliev are
perhaps the only two survivors of that
body. Gov. Alcorn has enjoyed all
the political honors that the people of
Mississippi could confer upon him
legislator, Govertior, (Tinted States
Senator, etc. He retired somo years
ago from public life, and has only vis
ited the capital since in tho interest of
the river district to secure needed or
prevent hurtful legislation."
BiiiRTti, all styles, made to order.
Memphis Steam Shirt Factory and
Laundry, 224 Second street.
For kilsomlnlng telephone 601), A.
MkuphirStaikbd Glass Works, 236
Third street Gall and see.
Ssa John Lilly's card of closing oat
sale, wines, liquors and cigars.
' Tab finest and best selected stock
of gas fixtures in the city, at bottom
prices 1- a. bailey a co.
General repairing done by comjs3
tent workmen at the Cunningham
Wagon-Works, corner of Monroe and
Tbm Desoto Oil company is prepared
to fill orders for the highest grades of
finished feitlliisrs and fertilizing ma
terials. Thi Herbal Chill Cure, tho best
ton loan J antl-perlodlo knows. A oertaln
aitd .me oure for chilli Prloell per bot
tle. Sen. I itatui . for olroulari. Any raf-e-onfe
fixes. Addre.i John 0. llaoker,
Brown's Bronchial Troches for
ooaghs and colds: "I do not see how
it Is possible for a publio man to be
himself in winter without this admir
able aid." Rev. R. if, Dnent, Poccutet,
Tub most efficacious stimulants to
excite the appetite are Angostura
Bittern, prepared by Dr. J. G. B. Sie
gort & Sons. Beware of counterfeits.
ABk your grocer or druggist for the
0. D. Rmitb, veterinary surgeon, of
New York, bai decided to locate per
manently in Memphis. He treats all
diseases of horses, mules, cattle, sheep,
wine and dogs. Calls, day or night,
answered promptly. Guice at Jones
A Co.'s stable, 01 Monroe street; tele-
Shone 462. Residence, Fransioli
louse; telephone 32.
Kektucey Bocbhon and rye, fourteen-year-old
peach. Tennessee and Kentucky apple
brandies from four to ten years old,
Blandy madeira. Ysasi sherry, Jamaica
ram, imported clarets, burgundies (red
and white), Urbana Wine Company's
champagnes, California wines are
among the stock selling at cost by
John Lilly, 322 Float street.
2000 barrels seed-potatoes.
3000 barrels eating potatoes.
3 cailoids red rnst proof oats.
1 car German millet.
TAYLOR, Dl'FFIN A CO.
BEX KEN AND 10SPAM
Continue the Clearing Sale, to-day
of Spring Wraps. Every
lady should see those
Beaded lces, Beaded Fronts and
Beaded Wnis. Novelties
at every turn.
IS BKMOVKD BY TUB C8B OF OOCOA1MI,
And it stimulates and promotes the
irr "wtri o the hair.
Wnvnott's Flavoring Krtracta ava the
Solid MlterwRre At ffluiford'B
Following is the visible supply of
w heat and corn as compiled hy the
New York Produce Exchange : Wheat,
52,149 9tt bushels; corn, l,m,'JUt
Closiho prices of May options at
Chicago yesterday: Pork, 10 2J;
lard, ti.Ooc asked'; clear rib sides,
ft.42Je ; corn, 40Jc ; w heat, 84 ic asked ;
A twelve-pound turnip, raised from
seed furnished by It. G. Craig 4 Co..
was on exhibition at the Merchants
Exchange yesterday. It is 10 inches
in diameter and as large as a cabbage.
Kki-ort of the Grain Elevator yes
terday: Wheat received, none; dis
chari?ed, .none ; in store. 3lV7. bushels.
Corn received, Ki-Vi bushels; with
drawn, 225 bushels; in store, 40,072
bushels. Oats received, (iL'4 bushels;
withdrawn, 1727 bushels; in store, 30,
Mkmi'Iiis Merchants' Exchange Quo
tation Committees for March: Gro
ceries and Provisions, J. H. Martin
chairman, II. J. Eckerly and George
B. Metculf ; Produce, A.' W. Newsom,
chairman, and Ike A. Chase; Grain,
It. S. Taylor chairman, and B. L.
Bridges; Hour, G. T. Mays chairman,
audJ. M. Williams; Cotton-Seed Pro
ducts, i W. Brode chairman, H. J.
Parrisii and J. C. Johnson.
Visitors on 'Change yesterday: N.
Smith, Arkansas; K. J. Thompson,
Harrison, Miss.; Win. Smith, Oil
Trough, Ark.: J. P. Dulk.Oil Trough,
Ark.; Judge J. II. Stuart, Monmouth,
III.; Mrs. W. V. Sullivan, Oxford,
Miss.; Miss Mary K. Moorn, Kentucky ;
B. Buice, Baltimore; .1. J. Harby,
Greenville, Miss.; J. II. Owen,
Brownsville; J. A. Brewer, Browns
ville; J. G. Ikesheimer, New York;
Dr. It. It. James, Cotton Plant, Ark.;
J. W. Wright, Corinth, Miss., and J.
X. McCurdy, Augusta, Ark.
Tiik New York F.erning 1'ori of
February 2oth says: The question is
frequently asked whether tho value of
cotton has not been sufficiently re
duced to encourage speculative pur
chases. No doubt prices are low, and
unforeseen events might cause a tetn-
1 wintry if not a permanent advance,
lowever, in the regular course of
events it is to be considered that the
article is at least quite as eheaji in
Liverpool as in the lowest ofourSouth
ern markets, that the supply
of American and Indian cotton
will ho abundant, that business
in Europe is unsatisfactory, and
that political home affairs in Great
Britain are in a worse state than
ever. Cnder such circumstances it
cannot be a matter of surprise that
there is hardly any speculative dp
maud. As far as Liverpool is con
cerned it is to be hoped that tho de
mand for consumption will be large
enough lo support present prices.
Occasionally, weeks of large buying
may cause a temporary stmt in the
Liverpool market, but "the time for a
durable improvement does not seem
to have arrived yet.
Wk learn from the monthly circu
lurof the Manhattan Savings Bank
and Trust Company, issued yesterday:
"While it will lie noticed that the ad
vance in values of local securities has
been general, the greatest apprecia
tion has been liiude by our municipal
Taxing District bonds, and this is
really the most gratifying feature in
the case. It has taken some time to
convince some of our own peojilo of
the almost unsurpassed situation of
Memphis as a distributing point ; but
now that tho fact seems established,
beyond doubt, that Memphis has
really just begun to wake up from her
lethargy ; when wo see one railroad
after another coming this way;
w lien all reputable enterprises flour
ish ; w hen new buildings begin to go
up; when the volume of bank clear
ings steadily increases; when
foreign capital eagerly seeks our
doors; it will be seen that tho appre
ciation in our securities is not hase
lesB. The single exception to the gen
eral advance in dividend-paving stocks
appears to bo in the case of Memphis
Gas Light stock, which is 2 cents
lower than at the corresponding time
hist year, hut w hich had sold 3 cents
higher than last year during the past
two weeks The decline lias been
brought about by the threat of one or
two ex-holders of tho stock to organize
a competing company. While the con
struction of a new "company would
doubtless reduce the revenues of the
Memphis Gas Light Company, we
doubt very much that the agitation
will result in anything but a reduction
in the price of gas, and, collaterally, a
reduction in the rate of dividend.
Wm. It. Moore to II. C. Gains, lots
3 and 4 Shepherd A Moore's subdi
vision, 40x110 feet, Orleans street, for
David Hastings to C. Bueliignani,
lot 3 block C, Stephen s subdivision,
W. F. Berthold to A. Hatchett et
al., deacon of F'irst Baptist Church, lot
32xWJ leet South Memphis, tor j.suu.
W.C. llainneret ux. to Meoilemus
Anthony, tract of land in Ninth Civil
District," for $200.
James B. Bingham to W. II. Nelson
and wife. 50 acres north of Sumner
avenue, known as Scales Place, for
W. II. Nelson and wife to II. L.
Williford, trustee, to secure J. B.
Bingham in the stun of $275, same
property as above.
S. C. Kddins and w ife to J. B. Black
well, trustee, to secure Mrs. Jennie L.
Jteeves in the sum of $S22, 40 acres in
from lha Bt. JaaaeaA. Heard,
President Btata Normal Collate, Florence,
Having the "llollenberg Pianos in
my scIkmiI for six years, 1 am able to
give an opinion of their worth. Within
that time they have given entire satis
faction to my teachers and also to my
family, who are especially delighted
with the new style "I'pright" as a
family instrument, both for its beauti
ful appearance and sweetness of tone,
We have had a square and upright
in use ami we tlnd them admirably
adapted for school use, on account of
their great strength and durability,
therefore can cordially recommend
them to those desiring to purchase a
Order Mv'HWnt Itluirord'n.
Ut Rnllrdwo Jk Latemaralna la 4e
Bids will lx. received for ten days
from this date on the stis k of gissls
contained in the factory, saddlery ami
vehicle departments ol the Noixlrutl
Oliver Carriage and Hardware Com
pany, same to lie niadeon each depart
ment separately, and tiled with the
secretary at the office of the company.
Any and all bids subject to rejection.
BKT11K1.I, A CLAPP, Aui.neee.
Fine Watch repairing at Mnlford's.
41 la llatl.Hla;a dt Laaaaawrataa for
laaa- rianibUig aad Vaa-rtuiBf,
Tba Haw Wajaa.
FARRLNQT0N. STEWART k WHITE,
Ratal, 12 60 to it par day, aooording to loca
tion ol room..
J K Holder. Tana W W Lake, Tena
H W Hubbard, Tena L S Cravenion, Ky
M Hall. Tan.
i B ratten, lia
C Hood. Tenn
C E Butler, Tana
A H llr.dv, M Y
A E Heed, La
I. V liutler, T.nn
W J Smith. N V
UK Hub , Mo
J 'lar'lner. Ten.)
Miu Hood, Tena
J A Kida-.ly, Teea
C A Ketchum, Me
11 Man, N 0
J Coleman, NY
Kd Gardner, Tena
II C Buchanan, Tenn
jonn i.aea, rrnn
tl T Will ami. Ark
W K Rowland ir TennT D Paraltae. Tenn
on tan every, Jllo ll ninei, no
II C f ritch't. Tann
Mm H Band. NY
A I. II inch, N Y
J K lloikina, Ky
J : NorHeot. Mil.
K K smith, ()a
K K Jamai, ark
H P llou.e, Ark
W A Jon.i, Ark
J K eir.tr. Mini
M PFifher.N Y
C 8 Kttinker, Tens
J I) Ada inn, Ark
I)r Nuttall Aw, Tenn
K Rniley, Tenn
N Oretory, Ark
J TUamblett, Ark
J Wutkini, Ind
C B Fueher. Ky
M L Chappelle, Tenn
J a uib.on, mil.
1 K Aleiaader, Ark B E llec.l.rion, Ark
m u uoraon, J ex K l U.u, In
I J Jaok.on, N Y
0 Decker, tolo
W H Tucker. Tenn
J J Puro.ll, NY
E OO.rr. Mo
C 0 Ette, Mo
J A Porter, Alt
T B Bea'ley, Tenn
II JJ Mwlford. N Y
U I Alliior., N Y
Bruce, N Y
W K M. Intosh.Tenn
11 Kaainer, Tena
w U Mciih.e, lex
CAKweeiland Aw, NY Hn C B Holme., S Y
J J Oati.. Tenn
C II Foota. Tenn
W O Januea Ai, Mill
W W O'Neal, Pa
W P flemple. Ky
K A Anthony, Tena
W l Uudion.Tenn
1 C Buckley, ML.
A Marco.". Pa
8 More., Ky
J 0 Calhoun, Ark
tien 8 Uilbert, Tena
i K Hunt, Mil.
W E Love, Tenn
T tt Baird, Ala
a u reraina, Ala
W. H. BINOIIAM Masasrr.
European plan. Enlarged and reforniih.d.
rrioei aocorJin. to .lie and loca
tion of room..
J (i Ikclheimer, NYSE Dowdy, Tenn
OH Poller, Cl II Banks, Ark
D Kahlman, Minn U W ProudOt, Tenn
M s Jay, J eon J J Harty, Mm
J N McOurdy, (la
J L Rowland, Ark
Miu ETolbra, Ark
W T Clarke. Ark
A Halney, Ark
J H Baker, Tenn
J B Knowlion, Ind
It McEaen, Tenn
W T Clark. Ark
W Dempf, Ky
J B Ko.err, Tenn
W L (iraham, Tono
H Fmith, Kai
II D Gill. Ill
W 8 Bebold. Ark
Miu M Rowland, Ark
TO Phillip, Ark
CA Wallorhouie, Ark
A KflovaB, Ark
J M Brack in, Tenn
DB Biaokoaln, Pa
J W Torrv, Ark
J R MoCl.r'y. Tenn
E W MarrelL Tenn
J W Little, Tenn
J D Driver, Ark
W JOv.rinjor, Mill
J D B'.ffinan, Mo
J P Duck, Ark
w u i'ooie, Ark
K W McLemore.Mlia T N McLau nra.Mlm
J 0 Lc bdol', Miu J 8 Pinilev, Tenn
KB Aldrich, Tenn W D Boyd Aw, Mill
J II Trimble, Mil. SB Jack, Tenn
H M Smith, Tenn T 8 Harvey, Tenn
U N Albright, Tenn R D Lewu, Ark
J T Willina, Tenn T J Duffin, Mi..
I) Wurliburger, Uhio J 0 Mclntyre, Tonn
(1 K Lourin. Tann W 8 Shaw Aw. Mix,
J Burnheim. Mil. C A Cox, Mil.
J C Ferrell. Mill A Mjeri, Mix.
K l'oiton. Tenn M J Clark. Tenn
A Murrav, Tena U 11 Backer, Ky
J W Relil, 8 0 J V Cloptns, A rk
J William., Mia. 8 J McPeak, Mini
TlMoung, Mii J W Crowley, Mia.
A vv L'hambli..,Tenn 11 A f Kundlett, Mail
K A MoAnultv. Tenn J M Harria. Miia
J A Ware, Ka J E Edwardi, Ark
r M llauka, Ml.i A Tinman, Miu
W W Wmterton, Mill M Dmni, Ark
K B Smith, Ark JI Low, Tenn.
0. B. 0 ALLOWA Y A CO........Piiofriitou
Rate. ft! 60 and 13 per day, acoording te
lie and looation of room Speoial
T D Klippln, Tonn C 8 Cunningham, Ark
0 Krotha. Md
n u iviinuui., N x
J Offenbach, N Y
J N England, N Y
II K Caldwell, Ky
M K Pratt Aw, Ala
W E Wolff. N Y
A Locb. N Y
O L Judion. Ky
A A Oreer, Mo
KKL Well., N Y
B C Morton, Ve
A llarabrrg, Ark
M C Newberger, III
0 M BealU, Miia
A W llutkor, Miu
A N Smith, Tonn
L A York., 11 H N
r v it iinniii. x
F D French Af, Miu
K Rmbor, 111
V I'ryor, Ohio
C II Boiher, N Y
F V Siminiinda, N Y
J A Logwood, Va
II LSonleiinger, N Y
W J Freeman, Tenn
J L Cocke, Tenn
J T Will aiuion. V .
II p Merriinan ,tw,Mo
W filmp.on, Ark
F M Doe. Tenn
J R Jenkins, Miu
J vi Bil nps. Tenn
W N Niuh, Miu
W Billion. Mo
R A Alliion. Tonn
J E Armstrong, Tonn
A E Spot.wood.Tenn J A Peace. Mil.
J burague, Miu W O'Neil, Tonn
vr jonnaon lean
N A Ron. Ky
J H Warren, Tenn
C B Irwin Aw, Mo
O W Ireland, Ark
Ir J A Daviei, Miu
L H Vendig , Tenn
K F Ruiieil Aw. Ill
J F Friedman, Tenn
A P llore, Obfo
W L Roberta, Miu
E J Carrington, Tenn
UPM Turner, Tenn
J W Scranxon, Miu
L Hunt, Tenn
K C Horra. Mo
11 si Btioc.lev. Mi
Mn 0 Heinh Ad.TennO C Ourlip. Tann
8 L Pcekhard. Mo WD Boyd Aw, Miu
J R Monaor. N P
n T U l. k. : -
0 Woodruff, AS A
KB Clark, Ky
U Richer j.. Mail
E Q Hunter, Ind
T A Lanier, N Y
T H Bate., Tens
P BMeibv, Tonn
D Kempel, Ark
Fnnk Marigold, Mil.
J II Trimble, Miu
II C Whi ieit. Ohio
M Kpecker, Pa
S II Nigh, Ohio
Mr. Mor ii Ao, Ark
11 P Aubry. Ark
11 U rayne, hy
4 UDavi", la
0 A Woidruff. Tenn J Moral. N Y
OORIcbt, NY T J Joyner, Tonn
J II riteener, Tenn W HJohmon, Tenn
CJUou er, Mo W R Rose, Mo
W R Codv, Mo L Human, Mo
TM Mendevillc.Miu C C Hill, III
A Lindheim, N ' W Rueieil Aw, Mo
B W MedlordAf, Mill I R Jonea, Miu
0 E Hooper, Md W K Flyon, Ky
J II Judion. Tenn L White, Ky
J E Arnmtrong, Ya 1 I) Adami, Ark
A W MoDougal, 111 D Hot r. lor, Omaha
11 B llughei, Tenn W L Taylor, Ky
ii II Monroe A w, Mo 8 Coleman, Tenn
TJCnrty.Md A Ii Moodey, Ark
T A Kuib, Ind John Baily, Ind
FDCulberhoner.Ark H W Cale, Ky
L llenog, Tenn, L J Kllii, Mo
P llalloran, Ky D W Fly, Miu
C Wiggin.,Fenn J C Cole, Miu
W Wilion, Miu W W Wilson, Ark
Mn Uibioa A., Miu AALawrenoe Aw, Tenn
Mme Janamchek Am.fl D Chaplin, N Y
AUStoart, NY Ja. Cardan, w Ac, N Y
Mir. V Neilioa, NY Miu II Rand, N Y
Miu M Dudley, N Y Miu A Mureby, N Y
Leuii Breton, N Y Phil 8immoni,N Y
Daal7a Earaaxaa Hatol.
Corner of Adamiand Main itreet.. Roomt
buo, T6o and II far day I Amarioan Plan,
fb. per day.
Flrit-clau RavUurant In th Hotel.
J.M.DUFFY (10 yr. with Peabody Hotel),
C H Cirnvi. Mich
W Shore., Mo
C FKIng. Va
A McAvary, Tena
T 0 Park, Tenn
0 f Morrla. Tenn
W Young. Ill
W j North. Miu
P W Holt, La
B L Millain.Tenn
W l.illletnhn. Mm
P M Morrla, Tena
L Shepard. Cal
R 11 Daly. Tenn
H I. vy, Tenn
M Lock. Tenn
V IteWut, Ohio
F Kociar. Ark
P Bouirareo, La
J A Kirby, Tenn
IJ Smart, Mo
Mr. L Mode.ta A chit W 0 Beauland, Miu
K V Beauland, Miu r U Armite.d, lens
OCDaugblry, Tena rV Park, Tenn
if vr liumpnriei
TCampboll. N Y
1. CNard, Tens
J B Farmer, Tenn
J B .lohnion, Mo
Mr. Leymer, Miu
J LCaia, Ark
R Arnold. Ark
W Brona on, Tenn
B L lleorge, Ark
J Wheeler. Tenn
BLM. InnU. N Y
tt' Moor, Miu
11 Figueira, III
A A bharp, Miu
Noi. 61 and in Mad lion itreet.
BOWLES A LKAKK PaoraiiTota.
Kateiff.' per dav.
A B Canton, Tenn A F Dibhrell. Miu
W Jatnea, La I F Bryant, Tenn
0 L F.dwardi Aw, City W O llearland. Mill
K D Ilearland, Miu J L Moore, Tex
J W Wright Aw, Miu Mi. Wright, Miu
F llardentine, Tena B (I WerterUeld, Tenn
N S Uravec, eity Mn (travel, city
Mr. M H Newom,elty P Warner, Ohio
C A Woodruff, Tenn U Comalock, Mil.
L P Thorn i.ion. Tenn C H Dibble, Miu
J RoberUon. Teau BMcKwen.Tenn
RJardine, III JK
L Kiien. Ten
U 8 Davia, Tenn
T E Kdwardi, Tenn
W J Yapp, Tenn
Mn Parlor, Tenn
Mn K A llrei, ky
C J Hyatt, Miu
Miu Edwardi, Tenn
8 J Porter, Tenn
T W Tucker. Va
J W llavai, Ky
L W How., N V
W Aiken, Miu
J S narren, Ienn CSJoni, Ohio.
JANAIaCHIK COM PAST.
B W Turner, (I Conner,
Loui. Preaton, TJorei,
V Neiaon, M i Davn.
Mid m .Id rod ellvrr lakrai aa eaab
al Malford'a, a4 MalM.
Iieliig Miid I'lcaning.
l.ndies' and gerU' clothes cleaned
or dyea in any color, bioo hu
nalrii h (ml livi anil lace CUrtainSbT
lnia vtaivxl fs uilfrson street. Mem
phis, Tenn. Ooods rr1"! by eipreas.
Uaky roof r,ptrr r Kabaefc
aa avwn, av and ail "" -
iThe firm of GOODBAK A CO. bat been dissolved, and ws bars reontaoiisd oor iotereat In tba Wholeeale Boot
and Shoe Business, in connection with Mr. W. E. Love, lata of WarreL', Lots 4 Co., 8t. Lotis, Mix, and Mr. JT. O.
Callicott, of Coldwater, Miss., tinder the style of and firm name given below. Ws thank oar friends for their patronage
in the past and bop for a continuance of their favors. A. B. GOODBAK.
o J. IL GOODBAR.
A. B. SOADBAR, J. H. aSOOBBAB, W. I. IOTE, J. C. CALLICOTT,
Lata of Good bar A Co., Mamphii. Lata of Ooodbar A I o., Memphii. Lata of Warren. Love k Co., St. Loui.. Lata of Coldwater, Miu,'
(GfOOBBAE, LOE & COo
367 & 309 Main and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn.
BOSTON OFFICE--No. 24 HIGH STREET.
Ws are cosr receiving large and En'lrely New Black of Eastern and Castom-Mada Boots and Shoes lor tho
Spring Trade of 1880, which we offer at Itock Bottom 1'rlcen, on as liberal terms as can
We have EXCLUSIVE control in this
lowing lines cf CUSTOM-MADE Goods, all of whhh we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction :
George Mocker's celebrated Men's Calf Boots.
Brady & SborteH's Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoes.
T. M. Harris A Co.'s Philadelphia made Children's Shoes.
Also, L. W. Nate & Co.'s Kip Brogans and FlowSboee
the beet Brogans made in the United States heretofore
hsndled by Gcodbar & Co.
We are the only house in this Market handling the cele
brated Krippendorf, Dittmann & Co. line of Lidies and
Misses' Kid, Goat and Calf CUSTOM Gcoda EXCLU
SIVELY, nnder the Factory Branrta. -
MILLIONS IN IT!
Yes, There's Millions In
It for the Poor.
The Rich Also Made Happy.
Fortune la Knocking at
Every Man's Door.
Be AViso and Save Cash, and
Tatronize the Misfit
The man who earas big money and
spends it as fast as ho cams 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
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 eoonomy to patronize the Mis
fit Clothing Parlors, because while
prioes are low the goods are of relia
ble cloth, something that will give
satisfactory and substantial wear.
It's eoonomy 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
tho Misfit Clothing Parlors will serve
you well and give you satisfaction.
Your time has come. A plain
warning to the residonts of Mem
phis. Your time has come, but a
time Foa joy instead of 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
Our Overcoat Bareuins 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.
nemember. all alterations to
insure a perfect fit done free of
oharge, by a first-olass tailor.
tw Opaa evening U1 t 'clock,
Walwralawa will 11.
Joan Ovi.roa. Ja. 0. N. aosvoa.
Real Estate Dealers
AOEJiTS dc BBOttEBS,
Ofiiee, 264 Second Street.
M. M. Cor. Seconal auaal oa,
RIMI, KBTATK BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Tawa Paid. Rant CollaeUd. at., on
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
2 18 Main St., Meropbl'S Tena
i.hli. Wi-Hra " alnaa
H'e Hr vmr a.niirw
STOCK AT COST.
DK. B. E. BULLINGTON,
- - ...... -nwWOTWBT'
K7 JUU Street, Memphis, Tenia
do mane Dy any competing market.
market of the fol
We also control
own brands, vis:
ORGILL BROTHERS Co
310 iMid 313 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Wa are Joat la Kccelpt of a Large Shipment of
R. E. Plows, Columbus Steel Drag Scrapers,
WHEELBARROWS, SHOVELS, PICKS, MATTOCKS,
And a Complete Line or CAMP OUTFITS.
DES JARDHJS, MILLER & ROOTES,
Ko. 394 MAIN STREET IHEWPniS, TEHnUFSSEE,
Jamil H. Ooodbar Wn, L, Clark Enaene J. Carrington Frank U. Janea
IXla ta bllaalieci. 1860.1
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street,
E offer to HBCHAITS OILTthi larraat and belt itoek of Boeti and Bhoaa wa
hava avar brouaht to thil market, and which cannot be lurpaaaed la quality and'
Btylea ht any home in tbie or any other city. In addition to a oompleU line of k"
made toodfrinoludins the liLaBaatnO 600DBAK CO. BhlMJ AMN we handle
a large and lelaot atocK of Cuitom-mado Goodi for Men, Women, Miaaei and Children. Wa
carry a number of the belt makoi in the oonnlry, in averv variety and stria, and among
them Ithe well known aten'i Calf BooU and 6hoe manufactured by Geo. Hooker for oar
Bprinr Trade. e alio oarry a choice line of Ladiea and Mliiee' Caitom Kid, Ooat and
Calf Gooda, manofaotured by Krippendorf, Dittman k Co. We invito the trade to eiamina
oar itock before buying elsewhere, and we guarantee everything we aelUo givyaUsfaetuin.
at. Sawin. Jotan Sullivan.
ESI. dS-JTlTBil I co.
Wholesale Qrocera, Cotton Factor
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tern.
BKTWEKH ADAMS AMD JKFFKKSOH.
Mr.'I. N. RAINEY devotei hlhole time to the weighing and ta'e of all Cotton .ntruitod
to nnr chiirm. Onlton WuraHmiaa. WaaMnaton atriwl.
O. II. HERBEBS.
G. H. Herbers & Co.
GROCERS & LIQUOR DEALERS
338 AND ,310 FRONT
ata wbolenalo tjniv.Ti
IMP0HIKB AND DKALBR LM
0anB, AmmnnltloB, Flnhinr Tackle
and sponsmen g onppueg,
WHOLKSALK AND KKTAIL.
aa4 Main Blrcet, Hemphla, Tni
Maaufaeturing and Repairing of Oum a
Specialty. awTelephone No. Win.
Importer and Dealer la
(Jan., Itanlaar Takle and Rporla
nan'a nnppllaa. mr Speoial attention
.iven to MANUFAClURINa and REPAIRING-
41 Main BtMeniphlw. Tenn
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
anaara f X r ' '.V. '!
Iuiiortr and dvaleri In Cub. Ammu
nition and FlahlnsTarklr, Itatiarra'
Maratwarv), Mra-lrle Bil and Aa
nnalntaraor Hotel! and Keaidenrei,a43
Main mtvrt, .ttrniittila, Tran. tlootrio
mppliea alwaya on bad. Repairing neatly
Orrici or PriLio ADaiNi8TaToa,l
February 27, 181. f
HAVINO been appointed and qualified al
administrator of the eitala of Patrick
Rnper. deoeaaed, all partial indebted to laid
eitate are requested to come forward and
settle, and all parties to whom laid estate ia
indebted are requested to file their claimi
with m, duly probated in accordanoe with
law. JOuil LOAD'S, f ublU AdB'i.
following Specialties under oor
& Co.'s Men's Grained Calf
Button and Congress.
Gnolbar, Love & Co.'a Men's N.K. Calf CUSTOM
MADE Bals, Button and Congress.
Goodbar, Love & Co.'s Ladies' Kid and Goat CUSTOM-MADE
Flexible Polish and Button $3 00 Shoes.
Oar Ladies' f 3 00 Shoes are made from the best Be"
lected Cnraeoa Kid and Tampico Gnat Stock, and have
Solid Sole Leather Count and Flexible Inner Sole
and we warrant them to fit and give perfect satisfaction
in every reanart.
rnoa. Clark. at. J. Clam
IrOCIN KETTBlABf H.
HO, 112, 144 Front, Meniplilsk
ONI OF TBI LAR8K8T B0II.1B 8H0P8
ia th. Bonth. and th. only eomp eta
Boiler and Sheet-Iron Wurki in theoity.
Manniaatnraara of fcaa laa Iroa;
work of evary doaerlptlon. Bpaclai
attontlnn 'fen work.
J. F. H0LST &BR0.o
(gcccasaoRS to o. h. holr a bbo.)
83 O MAE? ST., MEMPHIS.
A jr TILL end oomplaU atoek of Wood and
Metallie Cats and Caskata, Cloth-Covered
Caskets and Burial Robe, alwaya oa
hand- aarOrdan by tolearaDh pronptly
CRESCENT EATING HOUSE,
L., H. O. tt T. Railroad.
Trains stop IS minutes lor meals.
Breakfaji, roina North... ......
Dinner, going toulh ............. 1. :fa
Dinner, going North 1:"
Supper, going South '
The hotel is near the L..N.0. andl. Rai
ro .! Depot. The only hotel in town. Travel
era, er boarders and familiea will find t ie
belt of acco'i modatiom. Tb. roomi are
eo nfortable, w t plenty of beddina. Th.
table ani aerrio. is nr. t oiaaa. lermi rav.
W, R, IHOHSOa ft CO., rroprivton.