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U-With M. N. W H. R. lur lielena.
0 For (Ireenville and Uuntinntoo, and all
IwWiih V. A ii. and V.. S. A P. Railroad!.-
S- With S. i. A C. B K. fur Hatchet and
F For Point on tbe Branch,
ft With .teamen for Uaynu Sara,
fl With railroada diverging fur Florida and
Pullman Fluff"' Sleeping Carton all trainl.
JAS. M. KUWAHD.S, V. P. andO.Ua.
M. Bl'KKK.Oenerei Bap'U
A. J.kNAPP.0. P. A.
leolealppl anal Tnnaeai. Faat
mail train If arei daily at 4 :.'U p m. : arrivei
at :45 a tu. Loral freight leave! at (1:40
a.m.; arrival at 4:30 p.m. Freiitbt traina
Nm fi and 6 run trl weekly. Mo. t laavai
laemrhii Monday, Wedneaday and Friday.
ltaaaael lty.rlagald and .Horn.
ahla Train leave M. and T. depot at fol
iawr: No. 4. mail and .ipraaa, lcavei daily
at 11:'4 a.m.! No. .1. mail and .xprrn, ar
Ttyt at 1 'l' P.m. No. oo, St. Loan eiproar,
leavee daily at 6:W p.m. ; No. tv. f t. Loulf
ipreif, arrival at 8:56 a.m.
aepnla anal Little Rack. Traini
niera u fellowa (antral atandird time):
No. 1 leeiM dully at 6:26 '.m, ; arrive, at
i-.tiif.a,. So, A lave at 4:.Me.m.; arrivei
atr.50e.m- No. 6 (freinht) loav.a lliipefield
daily (J'-ept Sunday) at 6:U0 a.m.t arrive
at 7:10 p.m.
Ckoaapaaka). Obi aad Wonlhwcat.
rn-TreiDi move lollowi: No. (taat
lioe daily leavai at 11 :ft a.m. No. 2 leavei
at 11 4(i p ra. daily, fct. Lk.uii fail lint
leavea dally at ":M p.m. No. 7 '.taut linn
daily) arrivn at 1 :3U p.m. Mull and ei-
Kora arrival daily at BtlW.in. St. Louli
it line arrival daily at V: a.m.
anphla Mud I'aarlealoa Train!
move a follow! : Thrnuib eipreil laavea
daily at 11:20 p.m. Mail and eipreil leevoa
daily at!:10ni. Humerville accoinmoda
tloL leave! dally, except Sunday, at 4 :W
p.m. Throeeb anirena arrivei daily alfi:2S
a.m. Wail and expreia arrive! daily at 4 :6o
S.Di. rVmrrville accommodation arrivei
aily, eirept Sunday, at S ;3t a.m.
alavllle anil Naahvllle Traini
move an f.-llnwi : Ya'l mall arrive! daily at
4::a.m.: leave! at 1I:1U p.m. i in nil luavca
dallv at G:0U a.m. Brownkvllle a:coin'oo-
daliom leave! daily, einei't Sunduy, at 6:00
p.m.; mail arrivei daily at 6:01 p.m.
Brownavill locommodu'lon arrivei daily,
eioeptrondur, at H.40 a.m. titan dardtiuie),
eienpbla, Hlrntlacham and Atlat
Utile Sprinaa Route Traini move aa
fallow!: No 1 leave Memphis daily at 8:46
f m. ; arrivei at Holly bprinn at 6:30 p.m. t
Na. i leave! llolly dnrinai dmly at V:00
a.m.i arrival at Memnhii at II :15a.m.i No.
S leavai Mamnhiidailr at 7:30 o.m.. arrivaa
t IJolly SrriQit 11 iM p.m.l No. leave!
" Holly Mprmt-i dally at
8: JO a.m. i arrive! at
AJiimpbii at 8:S a.m.
WmumuTON, March IW, 1
1 o'clock a.m.
To? Memphii and vicinity: Local
tin, ititioniry temperature, blue
BUT, Tft otar.
Fur Tcmumet and the. Ohm VuWy:
Fair wulKer in llir Ohio Valley; tool
raim in Trmwwwv, mrthetwlrrly wimh in
TrntiAwiv; nor1hwelerly whul in llw Ohio
Vallry; liighi cluimjrn in lempn-nlure.
M rlrorolOKtrMl Heipori.
MmrHia, T., March 2, IKM.
'J'line. Bit-. Tiior. Wind. W'ther
7.00 .m :10XI5 3U8 N.K. Cloudy
31:00 a.m. S0.3K J ItlMi N E. Cloudy
3:00 pni ;(0 20(i 4211 N. Cloudy
7:00 p.m 80.273 42.3 N K Cloudy
10:00 pm 30 2H7 40 3 NK Olr.ii.lv
Maximum temperature, 4r.0.
Minimum temperature, 35.2.
All observation- are taken on 75
mendiaa time, which is one hour
tauter than local time.
The grand jury will meet iinuin
-Ta!k about another fire company
it again Indulged in.
Hcveral Htidtlea for the gpring iikhiI
ing are expected to arrive to-morrow.
-"-Jo (toe Kldridt yeHterday appoint
ed J. A. Tcrrp guurdian of Churle J.
In the Chancery Court yeatcrday
a decree wo entered divorcing Kinina
from Ilenjamin Taylor.
- The biimncHM of the urund jury
yewU-rday wan eontlneil to imlictiiiK a
number of hiiihII lliievea who have
been arrested and aro in jail.
Unlexe tin re are tther caNea for
jury trial, the jury in the United
Ulee Circuit Ikmrt will tie iliHcliareiMl
to-day at 10 o'clock. Attorney: will
please take notice.
licenced ta mnrry were iwued
yeHtnrday to Henry' Freeman and
Chrivtinu ('umnhell,' Ituldwin llama
and S. A. Smith, Juiiicr J. Hampton
and M. T. Huwkina.
The memhtirs of the IjkIu'h' Aux
iliary of thtj Vouiik Men'a Christ ian
ANHociatitm aro requested to meet at
'i o'cloi.k this evening at. the Young
Men'a (jhriatian AKK.H'intion Hall.
A -neh -show will be held at
Crosby' Dime Museum durinir the
week cc'romencing Monday, April nth.
Owners ft dogs desirous oi milking
entries (there will be a lurire nuinlicr
of pni's) should do so nt once.
The revised constitution covers forty
pages o! t.ye-writei foolscap, and many
changes lutve been made. The sched
ule of pirncs for the coming season
was umnired, and the association ad
journ d to meet in New York the
ectmd Monday in Pecemlier.
Thu marale bust of Jackson in
Court Kiunre bus been removed to a
point nearer the Main street entrance,
whcre.it is more conspicuous. Ser
geant Ko'erssays it was done in honor
of Cleveland, and insists that the
cultured featnrea of Old Hickory lit
up wit.li a smile of grim satisfaction
when one friend read to another tbo
rresidor'.'s putnge to the Senate
wbilo tiicy w'cri' ncatrd on a neighbor
ing bunch early yesterday morning.
The, fVwn, edited by liOreltusS.
Metoa'.f (nine years editor of tbo
Acrtft .iw-trttMit i'.v.i-r.-l. bits made Its
apnearuncc. . The Mjr, ii muiibcr con
tains come, vcrj intcreHtiiig rciulinir.
liuinrtly: "Soil n -o uud the State," by
J'rof. Alexander '',' im'tiell ; "Newspn-
tieraCuno to S. c.;i," hy James Parton ;
l,l)otiM fs'.k S. rv . i-,' by Whipple;
"iloM I w-f l iucated," by Hale:
"Thai 'mii.g Man," by Hammond;
"Shall the iJtws He r.nforced? etc
. etc. As usual, Maiwford is ahead.
He iih tlo supply. I'rice f)0 cents
Attention is called to the notice of
the mooting of the ljulies Pastors' Aid
fcooicty, to take steps to secure a new
carpet !or live Court "treet t iunbcr
land Pr-sbyti'rifln Chundi. The ear
pta of the'churcli were ruined during
toe recrn. revivui iihi'iiiiks, unu uic
varioua churches and citircn? in cen
era! should lend a helping hand in ro-
nlm-inff them. Tlic Omrt atnt'lcliun Ii
liaH Uh-ii uwm! (or every maun cliurr
Dicetini; ever held in the ritv. ami the
niemlxTB have U'n very ulieral In
liwniiiR their iluin h, and now is the
time when i-hun h memherH ami fit
wriB generally nhmM nhow their aj-
rirecmtmn t linn lntlierlv liflinur i
comiii); forwanl ami niilinir the latliea
in the pxiil work in whic h they are
It. 15. AVkt will 1'li'nwe rail lit !"
("aUM-y dtrvrt. InijHirliint.
lire. ii It. Ci i.i.kn ami wife nt u i in-i
Vi'Merilav morning Iroin a ileliiihtful
lrii to r'Wiila.
Mit. John l.i mhiiks, liresident of the
F.eld-Fri'iich 1'iiino and Orcan Co.
who Iihh Ihi'H in the rity for Keveral
(laya, left ycHtenlay fur iVaMtivillf.
t. V. (i.tuRiMiN, in reioii!e to
u'li'irrain annoiini'inir Inn mother a
midden illnerix, luft for Louisville luxt
Suturdav niK'it, accompanied hy hiw
hiNter, Miw Katie (iurriHon, who wan
viNitiii( Id m at the IniyoHo Hotel.
An informal reception will heiriven
to Kev. J. 11. lirinev hv the ladica of
the Linden Htrcct ChriHtian Church
on Friday evening of thin week, af
fording an oiilMirtunity lor our people
to irive a Irienilly irreetini to the lic
tor at the heiinning of hin lalxirn in
our fKKi city.
Coi.i.inm'n ifnind excursion to New
Orlcitna: on March 17th from Miintn on
the IIIiiioih leiitrul rnilroail in cer
tainly one of the c hcniiext and inont
attractive triim on record, ami with
lim very lavorahle reputation as an ex-
ciirxioiiiMt HliouM, ami no ilotibt w ill,
lie well and larjfely patronim-d. Scu
lull inrticulnra in another column.
At a meftihitT of the faculty of the
.McmphiH ItoHpiUil .Medical uollcue
ycHtenlay, Dr. W. 11. Koldiu was
lected dean lor the eiiHinnif year.
I'r. Itoeem Iiiih Imh-ii f lorn ly idcntilied
with the collciM' almoht from iU
liCL-inniiiL', havini; tilled one of the
profcwuirHhipH for Hcveral yeuni, and in
thoroughly converwint with the re
niiircniciil.H of the poNition. ThoiiLdi
eomparativelv younir in yearn, Dr.
IburcrH hU8. iv lianl Httldv ami clone
application, hoVcn n place in the front
rank of ln proleNNion, ami will lirin
with him to hix new licld of action a
profcMniomil exH'rience of which liny
mun nni.'ht lie proud. 1 he collctfc in
to he coiiKrntnlutcd upon lutviiut
fieciired Ilia valnalili; Kervicea, anil,
under hit direction, will iloiihtlcaH
continue in the micccHHfnl work in
Hiiiiriilcd by the father of Dr. Kogers,
the into Dr. W. If.. Kotfera.
Shirt, all stvW made to order,
Momphia Kteam Shirt Factory and
Laundry, 'i'ii second street.
For kalsomlning telephone 600, A
Mimphib Stained Glass Works, 238
Iblru street. Call and eee.
Bkr John Lilly's card of closing out
Sim, winer, liquors and cigars.
Tu a finest and best selected stock
of gas fixtures in the city, at bottom
prices J, A. BAIl.tV a co.
Tun Nashville SeiiHiition Gold llrick
Swindle. Wonderful success. Valen
tino's Goid Hrick Tolu. Chew it.
Gi'.nkuai, repairing done by compe
tent workmen at the Cunningham
Wagon-Works, corner of Monroe and
Tub Desoto Oil company is prepared
to fill orders for the highest grades of
finished fertilizers and feitiliaing ma
terials. Tbi Herbal Chill Cure, the beet
tonic and antl-perlodio known. A oertaln
ana euie euro lor rniua rrictll par ooi
tle. San.i atami for cireulari. Any ref
erenfe fixen. addraii John C. Booker,
Tiikrk is on exhibition to-day in
Messrs. Mitchell fi llryson's show win
flows a set of parlor furniture the
handsomest and costliest ever seen in
this city. It was made to onler for
ono of the elegant residences the city
can now lxiast of. and cost what many
would call a small fortune.
0. I. Smith, veterinary surgeon, of
Sew York, fc 85 decided to locste per
manently In Memphis, lie treats all
diseases of horses, mules, cattle, sheep,
swine and dogs. Galls, day or night,
answered promptly, OMice at Jones
& Co. 's stable, 01 Monroe street ; tele
phone 402. Residence, Franeioli
House; telephone 32.
Kentucky Bouniif and rye, fourteen-year-old
poach, Tennessee and Kentucky apple
brandies f om fmir to tn years old,
Illandy madeira, Ysasi sherry, Jamaica
rum, imported clarets, burgundies (red
and white), Urbana Wine Cotnpauy'a
champagnes, California wines are
among the stock selling at cost by
John Lilly, 322 Float street,
Havino arrived from New York,
completing my spring and Hummer
stock, and having purchased these
goods in Oetolier, imported expressly
lor mo from the great importers, Ior
meuil fe Freres of Paris and Ijondon,
also, Poquet & Co. of Paris, I wish to
say to my customers and the public
that I have the largest and choicest
stock of piece gooim for gents' wear
ever presented in Memphis, compris
ing all the choicest novelties and new
est designs In the French and Knglish
markets. 1 laving selected these goods
in jvcrson from the agents of those
houses, w ho came to sell me person
ally and no other bouse in this city, I
have selected t.ilK) extra pants of the
most beautiful designs of French and
r.nglish trouserings. I ask an inspec
tion by the Memphis public of a
mammoth stock of elegantly selected
goods at the olllce of
Cor. Second anl Jeflemon Bu., Memphla.
COI KTRY STORK IJiStRAINt E.
UILBKUT Il.il Xl
General Insurance Agent, gives
special attention to insuring coun
try merchants at any point in the
Southwest, at fair rates, in compa
nies of high standing. 1osscs ad
justed by iiimsclf.
Cilice: Room 1, Cotton F.xcbange
SolUlMlverwHre at Nuirord'n
Prampl attention to llawnrk ar
drra bf KnaarhaNna. Trleihane H
el ItailfxtaTo A Laaonianlne ta da
Mulftrd, Jeweler, 294 Mala, so
lucits orders from theroimtrj.
Leaky roofa rramlrwit hj Maberta
at (tun, 90 and a Beat alrt.
old a .Id a ad allver takea aa eaah
at Mairard'a, S4 Mala.
II. LOW EXSTEIX l' IIRO?.
WILL OPES THIS DAT
Their First Invoice of
lleautiful garments, especially
adapted for present wear.
Call and See Tbemt
We offer the rialance of our stock
of Black Coney Muffs at
75 Ctnts Eacb !
II.LOWEXSTEI-V A IIBOS.
0. B. (t ALLOW AY A CO PaoranToui
Ratal 12 50 and H per day, according te
ma and looation of room Special
(1 II Park, MIm. J M llewett, Ark
vv a nine, n x Jia Hoienbeiin, N I
Ed Inaalli, NY J II Ware A ion Tenn
N II ( allinua. Tann P C tlunlaan. (ml
0 II Denton, NY 01) Sihwartt Tenn
H II I'liillipi, lonn I C llradv, Kv
1 a Wu A -L 111., uj . -1 i r
John Denton, Mita T V I'erklni jr Tenn
A 11 Plant. Tenn
X rreeman, ATai
J 8 Warren, Tenn
J M Villain, Tenn
L K Yatea, Ky
tl L Judaon, Ky
11 C Payne, Ky
J D Lookhart. Tenn
W Walcott, Tenn
W T Norton. O
TD Fllopin, Tenn
W H Traben. Ky
J I Dana, 111
S Fletcher, N Y
H Napier, N Y
J h Alcorn Ad, MIm J Landntreet Aw, Tenn
r ii nyman, t j n bomngweil, IN 1
W 11 Kobimon. NT F T MoUehea. Miaa
N 11 ilouiton. ir. Va J V Oilit. Va
J U llolloway, Mia Mill J Alcorn, Min
Mill (1 Alwrn, Mill U is Mathea. Miea
L J KIIIh. Ark
W (t Andnon, Ky
W O'Urien. Kaa
ti W Curtis. JHa
J E Hall, Mo
C M Mmpion, Tenn
0 W Na.h, Mo
O It Twinn. N V
T C Murray, Mo
0 R Joulln. Mo
8 (Iradenlti, N Y
D H Naah, N 0
Z Moaea. h f!
W P MoCormick, Ohio
c noiton, inn
W W Cooley. N Y
J H Scatoa. Tenn
J R McNairy, Tenn
J Hpencer, Tenn
H W Anderion, Ind
W II Planke. Kr
J K Noel Af, Tenn
A Mctienee, Ark '
C K Iloyer, Ky
R W llaiter. Mo
I II I'oatun. Tenn
D W Lake, Tenn
M Uooilbur, lenn
C D ThouiMon, Ohio
F A tioodwyn. Tenn (1 0 Mcdoodwin, Ark
A H Treadaell, Tonn J . Harriion Aw, Ark
T M Hill, lenn J Murphy, Tenn
The New Uayoao.
FARItlNOTON, STEWART Aj WDITE,
Ratef, $2 60 to M per dj, ftooordior to Ioc-
hod oi roomi.
C N Cuichen.Ohlo
T n aj ii ni
A E McMullenA.Minn
J A Orr, Mini
W U McUulre. Mlai
jV iHQIIVIIa V 1 t
W Karrell, Min
D M Lewii. Ky
H B Pontrick Af, Min
Mini Mitchell, NY S W Snencer, Ore
M (1 lllanck. Mo J K O'Hrinn. flnln
CB Mitchell, Ark W N Huffaker, Ua
m Koieianu, Aid U w Jonei, Ky
K W Mitchell. Tenn 8 W Uroene. Ohio
K A Ilulmer. NY K Il.rn.tl. N Y
JRHunt.Md J B Allen, NO
1) 0 l'atterion. Miaa A Pattarann. Miaa
J M Preitridve, Ky C II Howry. Miaa
Mn T J Read, Tenn Mill L Boyd, Tnn
A Boyd and w, Tann U B Welborne, Ky
Am may a. ju v u Bryan, leon
W J Murphy, Tenn Dr. Wm Head, Tenn
I.,. in nviu, i.an miaa r nean, lenn
II 11 Pollock, Miae K A Pariah, Mill
Min Pariih, Mils Mini M Herron. Mill
W Runell i, IIC J Mo'tioinery, Mill
Dr. Pnllian, Miaa Mn II J tier t well, N Y
Mn W Churchill, NY 0 P Ford and w, N Y
A T MnGhaa. Maa A P Herron. Miaa
tf Vandsabsry Tenn J A Ws'fon, Miss
W W Wood, Ky
W. II. BrNdHAM Miiinn
European plan. Enlarged and refurniahed.
rrioei aooordlna to liie and looa-
tion of roomi.
T Low. Tenn MSJav. Tnn
J A Plummer. Ark i R Bnker, Tenn
HUanki, Ark A J Aydelott Aw, Ark
A L Llumai, Mill J C Davii, Tenn
R 1 Thoinnion, Mill K T Parkini, Min
B MoKwen. lenn H Kohlman. Miaa
H II Williaina, Ind D Lindaley, Tenn
A T Inman. Mill J Li'tle, Ky
B K Duke, lenn T J Flippln, Tenn
T 8 LeUon, Ark J W Katet, Tenn
II P Ortonror. Ky C Ureen, Tenn
II Parka, Tenn J A Hiwthorne, Ark
Mil. M Hhoot, Tenn W (i bhotwtll, Mill
J 0 Kitell, Min F ENoiBett, Min
II i P.tteraon, Tenn F 8 Hoiera, Bolton
UrCarlw.,1 Aw. Tenn Mr F M Wearea.Tenn
K R Anthony, Tnn J Wi'harinaton. Tenn
W L McDonald. Tenn II M Turnag . Ttnn
B P McKarland.Tenn J M Harrii, Miaa
1 T Nickle. Mill J A luck. r. Miaa
D U Pepper, Mill EL Smith, Ark
li Jonei, Miaa HU Ware, Miaa
F ('!... Oa ML Collina. Tana
U W l'ryor, Ark T Boyd, Tenn
M m lurnage, lenn J w Clark, 11m
W U Kobley, Mill
j Kyle, Mm
W T llamblett, Tenn
E B Popeioy, Mill
E BStejiheni, Tenn
Dr W II Uragg, Tenn.
R H Bone, Mill
J II Doaan. Mi. a
?W Deaton, Tenn
D Fulton, Tann
Dady'a Karopeaa Hatal.
Corner ot Adami and Main itreeta. Roomi
ooo. Too and II per day i American flan,
Ii per aav.
Fint-claai Raetaurantin the Hotel.
M.DUFFY (10 yri with Peabody Hotel),
L flooin, Ark C M Aihley, Tenn
I, Camubell. Ark . B J Smart. Mo
W 8hire, Ind LA Wanhington.Tenn
J (Jro.iett, Ark 1 K Hmltn, Ark
H tlillord, Ark 11 C Ce, Ohio
U Manua. Tana K Peyton Aw. Ky
A H llarril, Tenn C II Chambonneau, III
HOeagan.Ky W T hbotwell. Mo
J L Davii. NY R D Kol.ion. Ireland
W D Stalling!, Tenn K E Falk, Tenn
L Bennett, Tenn i u llingham, lenn
K Kmith. Ala
Mn Ilruee. Mini
J Woolfall, Ark
J C kinneat. Ark
L Williama, Ky
R Knight. N Y
J P Klliott, Ind
B L Milann, Tenn
M Dabiel Aw, Ark
8 Hall. Mi.a
f H Clifford, Ark
If CUiliHirt. Ala
8 Titcuinb, Ga
0 Brown, Tenn
A Michael, Tenn
J W Cooper, Miaa
U F Puillipa, Ark
Noi. 61 and A3 Madiion atreet.
BOWLES A LKKK .. PaiiriilTOis.
Ratea per day.
W Doan, Mo
M Prieat, Neb
J D Alinp, Tenn
J A rangnton, Tenn
(' S Deborr, Mi. I
C j Kianert, Ark
t CCalleott, Tens
J J Smith, Mo
W P Coman. Tenn
D Hu.kina, Mo
Dan Bronn, Ark
41m Camel, Mo
Mn Sinrrell, Mill
I W Wright wAi, Mill
A B Coi, Tenn
J i Woolfork. Ark
Mn L Kirby, 111
J W liailman, Mo
J R Coman, Tenn
P Carnovan, Mo
L Webiter, Ark
P Carnnaugh, Kf.
Ua In Ratlrdae Ixtmanlae for
your Fluinlttnar and Waa.l llllng;.
Fine Watcli repairing at Mill ford's.
Bills v, ill lie received for ten days
from this date on the stock of goods
contained in the factory, saddlery and
vehicle dejinrtnients of the Woodruff
Oliver Carriage and Hardware Com
pany, same to le made on each depart
ment separately, and tiled with the
secretary at the office of the company.
Anv ami all hids suhiect to rejection.
BKTHKI.L A CLAPP, Auigntel.
February 1, leeb.
Grand Excnraloa to Kew Orleans
mad the Great Amerlcaa Ex
' posllIoD, oa M'edaesday,
Tla tbe Old and Reliable Illinois
Central, "the Model Railroad
of the Soatli."
ONE or 1IIB CHEAPEST AID
HOST ATTKAITIVK TBIPs
Jaat Thlak af tbe Katra far tbe
Bound Trip Ta Ira Orleaaa
From Fulton (Ky.) Martin, etc. only. 07 AS
From Milan, Jaekion, etc., only... a 00
From Orand Jnrction. etc., only .. S SO
From Holly Springs, Oxford, etc only S OO
From Qronida, Vt'lnona, etc.. only 4 00
From Durant, etc., only X BO
And even these low rates include
tickets of admission to the great Ex
position, which of itself alone is
worth the cost of the trip. Tickets
good to return at pleasure on all reg
ular trains for TEN DAY.S !
On Wednesday, March 17, 188f, a
KlHH'ial train, with ample and ri rut-class
accommodations in every respect, in
cluding Pullman Palat' HleetierB, will
leave rulton for Aew Orleans, via the
Illinois Central railroad, at 0 o'clock
a.m. : will leave Milan at 10:55 a.m.;
Jackson at 12:10 p.m.; Grand Junc
tion ut 3 p.m. ; llolly Springs at 4:10
p.m.; Crenada at 7:1)0 p.m.; Duraut
at W;45 p.m., thus giving a Daylight
Arrival in tne crescent .-ny ut aooui o
a.m. on the imli.
This is indeed a rare and first-class
opportunity for everylxidy, and the
attention of the Imlics in particular is
called to tins excursion, as it will cer
tain ly prove a charming and delight
ful trip for them.
Special arrangements have heen
made with the hotels in New Orleans
for the hunelit of this excursion.
lluv vour tickets at once, secure
sleeping-car Berths orsections if want'
ed, unit avail yonrscll oi tins very
cheap and delightful opportunity to
visit the great Exposition and the
beautiful "Crescent City," as this is
the most attractive season of the year.
Tickets for sale at the above and
other stations by the regular ticket
agents of the Illinois Central railroad.
For further information, address
U. L. COLLINS,
General Manager of Excursion, Milan, Tenn
Order Medal at Mulford'H.
2000 barrels eeed-pctitoes.
3000 barrels eating potatoes.
3 carloads red rust proof oats.
1 car German millet.
TAYLOR, DUFflN A CO.
Monogram Ilaugleutt Mai ford.
ADDITIONAL KlVElt NEWS
Vicksbubo, March 2. Departed:
Port Kadn and barges, New Orleans;
Thomas Sherlock, Cincinnati.
PiTTHBUBQ, March 2. Night Rivtr
5 feet 10 inches on the gauge and fall
ing. Weather clear and cold.
LoiisviLia, March 2. Night River
stationary, with 8 feet 10 inches in the
canal and 6 feet 8 inches on tbe falls.
Business lair. Weather clear and pleat
ant. Cincinnati, March 2. Night River
22 feet 2 inches on the gauge and ris
ing. Weather fair and milder. Ar
rived : James W. Gal, Memphis; Gold
en Crown, New Orleans.
Eva viLLB.March 2. Night River
falling, with 19 feet 6 inches on the
gauge. Weather clear and cold ; ther
mometer 23 to 40s. Bnsineea improv
ing. Departed : Ohio, Cincinnati, noon.
St. Lodis, March 2. Night River
risen 3 inches, and now stands 17 feet
1 inch on the gauge. Wenther clear
and coid. Arrived : City of Vicknburg,
Vickshnrg. Departed : City of Vicks
Swcot Pickles, Etc.
Staffed frail Pickled Oreiret,
Blurred frail Pickled Cacambera,
Uaffed Frail Pickled Peppers,
MlarTed frail Plekled Mansoee.
Mixed Sweet Plehlea,
Croat at Blarkw ell's t'bew-Cbow aad
Plata ( neambtr Pickles by tbe call.
Olber brand or Plain and Mixed
Plcklea In Ulaaa and Ollvea.
J. F. BUCKHAM Sc CO.
Corner Second and lieale Sis.
IMPORTER AND DKALKtl LN
along, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle
and sportsmen's unppiies,
WnOLESALB AND RETAIL.
Baa Main Street. Meannbla, Tenn;
Manufaoturlnt and Repalrlnf of fluni a
wpefttaity. aari.einona no. aw.
Impoiter and Daaler in
daaa, flahlnaj Tackle and Snorta
mca'aaapttlle. mr Special attention
Siren to MANUFACTURING and KE-PAlRINIi-
4ia Main St., We mphlm Tenn
J. G. SCHMIDT &. SON,
Irarorterl and deleri in 8aia,Atin a
nlllnnand rialalna Tackle, Bnlldera
Hardware, hleclrle Bella and Aa
naaclatara lor Hotel i and Keaiden-ea,afi
Main alreet, Saempbla, Tenn. Elentrie
nppliM alwaja en hand. RapairBi neatly
SHEl MCCARTHY, Propr's,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
ONI Or THI LAR9KST B0ILXS 8H0P8
in the roath, and the only eempl.ta
Boiler and S.i-Iron Wurki ia thaeitr.
Maaanactnrera of beavy alate Iraarr
wark af awear daaerlptian. bpaaal
attastuar.raa llauuoa work.
t?-Ta firm of. GOODBAB 4 CO. has been diseolred, and we bave reorganiied onr ftrterest in tbe Wholetals I
and bU Bn5. In connection with Mr. W. E. Loto, lata of Warren, Lore A Co., 8. Lonis, Mo., and Mr. i. C.
Callicott, Cold water, Miaa., nnder tbe atylo of and firm name gi rea below. Wa thank our Jrienda Ivt their patron i
in the past nd hopa for a continuanca of their farora. A B GOODBAT-
A. B. OOI"BAB,
Late of Ooodbar k Co.. Mamphii.
eOOBBAR, LOE & CO
307 k 3G9 Main and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn. '
BOSTON OFFICE- No. 24 HIGH STREET. r
now receiving a large and En lrely New M-k of Eastern and Custom-Mado Boot and Shoes for the
Spring Trade of 188d, which we offer at liSock ltotiom Prlcro, on as liberal terms aa can '
bo made by any competing market. '
We have EXCLUSIVE control in this market of the fol
lowing linea rf CUSTOM-MADE Goods, all of whinh we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction:
George Uocker'a celebrated Men'a Calf Boots.
Brady A Shortell'a Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoes.
T. M. Harris A Co. 's Philadelphia made Children's Shoes.
Also, L. W. Note & Co.'s Kip Brogans and Plow Sbosa
the beet Brogans made in the United States heretofore
handled by Gcodbar & Co.
We are the only house in thia Market handling the cele
brated Krippendorf, Dittmsnn & Co. line of Ltdies and
Misses' Kid, Goat and Calf CUSTOM Gooda EXCLU
SIVELY, nnder the Factory Brands.
MILLIONS IN IT!
Yes, There's Millions In
It for the Poor.
The Rich Also Matte Happy.
Fortune Is Knocking at
Every Man's Door.
lie Wise and Saye Cash, and
Patronize tbe Misfit
The man who ear as big money and
spends it as fast as ho 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 ot it.
Economy is tbo road to wealth,
whether yon earn little or mnch.
Economy is a (rift, and extravagance
seems to bo 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 tho Misfit Clothing Tartars, be
cause you get there the finent Clothing
in the world for the least money.
It's eoonomv to oatronize the Mis
fit Clothing Parlore, because while
prices are low the goods are of relia
ble clotb. 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
tbe Misfit Clothing Parlors will serve
you well and give you satisfaction.
Your time has come. A plain
. n a na
warning to toe residents ot 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 less than the
Our Overcoat Bargains are some
thing every man should take advant
age of. Equally as great bargains
are offered in Suits and PanU.
2G2 Second St, Memphis,
Opp. Court Square.
Remember, all alterations to
insure a perfeot fit dona, free of
charge, by a first-class tails.
r Ucaa Evening aatll ecloek,
Hat n rd ai aatll 11.
Jobs (KaaroK, Ja. O. 6aoTi-o.
OVERTON & 6R0SYEN0R
Real Estate Dealers
AGENTS A BBOKER8,
OQoe, 264 Second Street.
B. Mm Vr. a Vanra,
MEMPHIS, - TKS2TISMZE.
RWKi. BdTATB BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Taxei Paid, Kan la SoUaeUd, a to., aa
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers.
2 IS Main St., Memphis Tenii
Wlanlns ta Retire from Baalneaa
We OOer Mar Knllra
STOCK AT COST.
DR. R. E. BCLLIXGT0N,
867 Mala btrf ft, I Memphis, Iai.
Ooodbar k ( o., Mempkli.
Lata of Warren, Lore
ORGILL BROTHERS &Cn
310 rnd 313 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
We are Juat in Heeelpt or Large Mi I p meat or
R. R. Plows, Colnmbus Steel Drag Scrapers,
WIIE&LB ARR0 W S, S HOTELS, TICKS, MATTOCKS,
And a Complete Line or CAMP OUTFITS.
DES JARDINS, MILLER & ROOTES,
yo. 394 MAIN STREET MEMPIflS, TEIVXESSEE.
Janaea H. Uoodbar I Wm. L. Clark Eugene j. Carrlnaton rranhr 6. Jonee
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street,
E offer to sJEBCHAaTTn OH LY the Unreal and beat itock of Boole and Shoea we
li.vrt jivAr krnnrht In thla market, and whirh cannot be aurnasaed in ouality and
i. h.ni.in thiiM tn.flthtr miv.
made toodl, Inelodlni the CILaBHal aa OOOIialAit afc t'O. BKOOaVnH, wehaodlel
a large and aeleet ataok of Cailom-made Oooda for Moa, Women, Miaaei and Children. Wei
carry a number of the belt aoakei In the country, in arerr variety and itjle, aad amonift
them Ithe well known Uen'i Calf Boota and Shoea manufactured by Oao. Hoeker for oarf
Bpriai Trade. Ha alio carry a choice Una of Laotei' and Miliar Cuitom kid, Ooot and!
Calf Goodi, manufactured by Krippendorf,
our itock betora buying eisewnere, ana we
Sacwsaora to P0RTEB. TATL0B CO
Tiro, son PROKTT STREET, i t MT.MPHTB. TP-TffW
B. WITZMAUIT 1 Co
Wholesale Dealers and Publishers, I
Sol Agent! for the following First-Clan Initrumantii I
aH ? . J 0m. - a. "T nlfar
.a- FT" W 4UKt V
aTkiaaTl A IVH MaVateX e RAMI IN, (L(iUH s ITABBS3, OSU
Mr A SBW 7-OCTAVI PfAHO FOR !.
Writa for Oataloimea. N ocu 33.1 and
lata H. Hniliwan.
Wholesale Grocers, Cottoia Wttetovi
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front
MinWKra A PAHS AID JKFFEieaK
Mr.X N. RAINKY devoUl kUhole time the welfWng and lale of all 8otton, eo trait
to nnr chara-e. flnltnn Warohniax. in Wa.hlnaton atret.
ANDREW 8TEWABT, Kew Orleans.
CTF1IBT CfflYIl A RI
U I UHHII4I I ) Ull
Wholesale Grocers, GotFactori
NO. S56 AXD 858 FRONT STUEET, H9S7X, TENTS,
STEWMT BROTEEHS & COMPANY
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SEW ORI.KAjffV IriSIAW4.
iternberg & SonJ
(S17CCEKSORS TO STEBHBSRtt a LKI)
TOBACCO, CIGARS & PIPES
336 Front St., Cor.
J. 1L GOODBAB.
J. C. CAI.l,ICOTT.
, SU Louii. Lataof Coldwat , Klw., I
We also control the following Specialties nnder pur
.own brands, via: (
Goodbar, Love & Co.'a Men'a Grained Calf CUSTOM-MADE
Bala, Button ana Congress. ;
Gooibar, Love & Co.'a Men'a N.K. Calf CUSTOM
MADE Bala, Button and Congress. 1
Goodbar, Lnre &. Co.'a Ladies' Kid and Goat CUSTOM-MADE
Flexible Polish and Button $3 00 Shoes.
Our Ladles' S3 00 Shoea are made from the best so'
lected Cnracoa Kid and Tampico Goat Stock, and haye
Solid Sole Leather Counters and Flexible Inner Soles
and we warrant them to fit and give perfect satisfaction
In every rwineot.
in amiitinn tn a com niete line oi caaiern
ilittman at Co. wa Invite tna iraae u eiamme
guarantee averyxning we aen vo
wglMM'HA R efc 'v,
O. W. MACKAE.
T.l Pi B A
Jk 1 vmi 9 Wi
3rt SECOlwD NT., MEMPHIS
a. J, a)la
St., OempMs, tai
I ANDREW D. G WYNNE. Memp
I El IB t IA UUI
Union, Memphis. Tenn,