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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Loalgrffi',l(ew Orlf an aad Tcxai B'j
DMINMIPPI VALLEY ROCTK.
In Effect NoTTT,lr g, IBM.
Sew (Weans ... H....
4:00 p.m 11:00 .n
: p. ml B:4H a.m
r p.m. 5:21) e.m
1:(U a.m1 2-M .m
2:42 .m l2:lh a.m
fi:Ut .mi :..! p.m
6:1 a.m' 8:42 p.m
t:3U p.uil 5:.'W p.m
0:40 .n: 6:ll P in
12:t!au'nl t:V P i
."MS p.nvll :10 a.m
7:15 p. ml :' ,
A-'Wilh til linen enteritif Memph a.
f-With M. N. W B. R. tr lielene.
C for Oreeniille nd Hunting-ton, and HI
P-Wf,hk" A 'iTind Vu S. P. lUllr..
IC-Wlle N.. J. A C. K. for iiatcbei and
F For Ho BU on the Branch.
9 Wilhileameri Iw Bvu br.
B With railroads diteriing fur Honda and
Oout point. .
rll!nB Bu"t Sleeping Caraoo all treini.
JA8. M. KDWARDli, V. I'.aodU iM.
M. BUKKK. Ueneral Bup't.
A-J ENAr-P.. P.A.
lMlaatpl aal TfaaBsjN. - Fast
nail train leeea dally at 4 :SU p.m. ; "riven
at :4o a.m. Local freight leavei i at 6:40
a.m.; amvei at 4: p.m. trjliht tiaiue
ic 0 and ruB trl wtekly. No. leavei
Meaphie Monday, Wedneeday and Frida?.
aaia Traini leare M. aud T. depot tol
(awn - Ne. 4, mail and eires. loaroa daily
at UXi a.m.: No. 3, mail and eiprcis, ar
rire.atS !'n.ui. No. lie, 8t. l,oais aipreis
leavea daily at :00 p.m. ; No. &, tit. Louie
apre'i, arrivea at 8:Ke.m.
M.aaaBl aad Llille Rock.-Triini
more ae follows (central stand r-i time):
No. 1 leave, dally at 5:1S p.m, : arrive" at
Itfi.a. tio. 3leiTMal4:Mla.ui.; arrive;
at8:50am. No 6 CreiKht) lcaea Ilupefield
daily (oimptbunday) at :0U a.m.; errivoi
at 7 IU p.m.
wperl Rowland MlaaiMtnpl V.
Iy. Irnlni move a lullowi: No. (last
line dal) leavei at 11:30 a.m. No 2 leavea
at lli49pni. daily. Bt. Loan fat line
leayei dully at VSU p.m. ft". 7 tint line
daily) arrival at 1 :80 p.m. Mail and ex-
Ci.a arrives daily at Sihe.m. bt. Louis
t line arrival ually all) 05 a.m.
vaaphla and rnarloaioa Trains
wot. at fnMowi: Thr-uih expreM leavi
daily it 10:30 p.m. kail and expreff Iravna
dally at.':l(la m. bumerviilo accuuimoda
tion lTe daily, eicopt Hunday, at 4 :M)
p.m. Throaih eipreM arrive duly all 'Hi
a.m. Mall and eaprwa ar ivet daily at 4 :M
S.m. Bimervilie accommodation arrive
aily. except Sunday, at 8.: a. in.
yaiavllli and Hahvllle Tnilo
more aJ rolloet: Fa't mail ariiv daily at
4;;Vn .: leave, at 10:1(1 p.m ; mail leave
d-lly at l:0U a.m. llronville aceom'i'O
dalioia leavea daily, except Bundiy, at 6:(U
B.m.i mail arrival dai y at 6:01 p.m.
rowaiTilla leoommnda'loo arrivei dal'y.
xceplHunda', at a 40 a.m. teUndardtiuie).
MtDhl. Hlrmleiham ad Allan-
tie Ho i- Biirinii Roule-Traini more ai
fullown Ne 1 leavei Memnhii da'ly at S:4i
anlvei at Uolly rprlDiii at 6.30 p.m. t
Iso. 2 leavei
dHily ai W:UU
a.m.. arrlyaa at Memnb II at I :ia a.m. I no.
leavei Memphli dally at 7:90 p.m., arrivei
at Holly Hprinn at ll:Mi p.m.! No. leavai
Holly Bprinri dully el 3 1 JO a.m., arrlvs at
Memphlf all a.m.
WiaiitMaTnn, March K, IM6. 1
1 o'clock a.m. I
For Mpmphin oinl vicinity: I.lijlit
rain, (ollowtvl by fiiir cutlicr;Httiun
ary tomrHrnluru. Itlui tnr, bluecn'M-
ccnt, rod rtar.
Far TmmMY ad the Ohio YaUiy:
Fmr mrieW, rjxtjit in tkr ednw western
porlim bml mini; iti'iul ginrrully
tadrrly; tlighih) wamur urather in tlie
Ohio FoltVy; araWj riaiionary temprrntur?
in Temrt. '
Mi!i, Ti.. March 4.
7 :9 p.m
Mti'mam temperature, 4 v.O.
MiDimnm temperatnre, 36 0.
All obeerrationi are taken on 75
tnoridiaa t rue, wbicb is one hour
' taster than I ral time.
vSfjorgo WalUm and Anna(iiirdncr
were boruimxl to marry yintunluy.
Mme. JanatiBoluik will ocrupy a
box at the nmtinno to-morrow.
Tire Moatrt Mocioty will give it
eccond eoncort of thii nenson not
Monday night at thoir hull.
The P. II Kelly of the W.-hI
MemphM Tackot (!oinpany hiw romo
off tlx) docks and rwmined Iter tripM.
The price of coal ban been re
duced 10 fonts per barrel, ronwiiiK'nt
. on littoral rtwipUl during the pilot few
rittflborg coiil hiu declined 10
rente) a bomO in tlie last day or two
and in now 40 cent, im low aa it ever
Brantlry and Oooley, who swvtult
ed K'rgt Kubnholi at tho IVifle
Iloiine a ahort time einee, were on
triii'. in tho Criminal Court yesterday.
"IHetorical Sketch of tho Dintri
butior? of Land in Knglmid," by Wil
liom U Birkbeck, in the lant one iu the
Jlumtoklt Library. Price, 16 eenU.
For sale at Mantuord'H.
Suit tor divorce wan entered in the
fHrcuit Court yeaterdty by riullie vb.
W. H. Byara, who were married in
Marshall county, Mi., fifteen yearn
apo. Owl treatment and fui.Mew
nea are charged.
There are nevenU wuya of liHiking
t the movement on the " part of tho
1cpnlntive Council to deposit the
city's money at the bank which will
pav the moat interest The precedent
tuay be dangeroua.
A genuine "Cead Mille Kuillhe"
a htmdrcd thousand welcomen whh
iriven lat ni'ht by the Ived Itmmh
Knighta totlieirgutwla on the occasion
of tlie wlebration of tho HIHth anni
verettry of thebirthof lJolw-rt KinnietU
Anderson, the rascally darkey who
tolo ten barrel- of potaloe1; from tho
elevator Tnendtty, has been identified
h the thief who Ktolo ten barrels of
" lan?iV Chesapeake dfjiot. lie
said that tiolKih'i'n sent for it and
ivt) a wrong number.
Tho Citiaena' Railway Company,
Manager Tate aayo, will run cars on
all of ita linea tlie first week in April,
tho weather permitting. The work
will be puHhetl rapidly, and as soon as
the stable i tinii-hed the earn will be
r.ut in motion. Though only nine
iiavs' work haxhiHin done on the utablo
it in nenrlv dure.
Pnring the discussion on number
irp tho street in the City Council
vititi-rday, Mr. Cralmm remarked that
of nil the bt reels in th city Clay
needed atU'iition niOMt. No attention
whatever has been paid to eonamt--H!
iiumbfrinir, and it is not nntisual
Jo we 12 bv the side of 4J. Old dray
numfiers, l:iurkM from cheap sales, etc..
-tetel up WitllOlll. it-j;hiu v
ir -ht lie v. i'!1"'1
Thompson, tlie iiKsistnnt bishop of t e
r tare on Kituruay, pih .- ,
aure-roo u of Calvary church, upon
, ' r i wl of tJlinsuaimy,
l a . lutir. A inn
(0 158 37 0 N.K
0.168 3S8 NK
iO 087 43 6 N K
0.074 4.) 8 N K
0W 42 8 N K
lectiin-N to ! deliveri'l under the
auspices of (he tiild of the Ascension,
an association of tho young men of
Calvary parish. The mcinliers of
(ir.tce anil St. Mary's parishes, as well
as of Calvary, and' the public gener
ally, arc invited. The lecture is five,
iiisliop TliompHoii's name, standing
uuioiiit (he foremost in the church,
carries with it the promise of a dis
course full of the modem spirit of
force and originality. On Sunday,
March 7th, Bishop ' Thompson v. ill
preach in Orace church at the II
o'clock a.m. service, and in Calvary
at night at 7 ::Ml o'clock p.m.
- The members of the Masonic fra
ternity and their families will enjoy a
rich treat to-nk-hi in tin blue room at
the Masonic Temirle, on vi liich occa
sinii Mr. .lames Ciirdcn will deliver a
lecture. Mme. Jauiiuschck and sev
eral members of her company will
also be present by special invitation.
Kvery arrangement has been made for
the comfort and convenience of those
V. I. Cole, I!. I.. Cochran, Jiiiues
Itcgmin, A. K. llavis, Joseph Haines,
I. Stephens, I,. Pricbitld, i. V. linker,
.lohn K. liandle, .lolm ). Milbiirn, F.
II. Venn, Francis luigley, ('.(,'. Iturke,
.1. V. X. Itrowne, ( corgi1 Kubsch,
Flward IjtLiin, William M. Itisites,
II. A. Carrol and P. C. MclNuigal np
plied lor a dinner oi incoiHraiiou
yesterday by the name and style of
the Memphis Builders' and Traders'
At lint a movo is to he made
toward keeping stock from roaming at
large in the streets and alleys of the
city. The old law is a dead letter.
The pound-keeper carried iiis lif in
his hnnd, mot has long since resigned
that dangerous 'post. President J hid
den is in favor of giving the police
power to shoot roaming iinimiils, every
other remedy having failed. The City
Attorney wiis instructed yesterday to
draw up a new ordinance.
-The fair for the hem-fit of St.
Itrigid's church continues to meet
with popular patronage, mid promises
to be a gratifying success. The pro
graiunie lust night included -ycloramic
views of the wild West, which were
highly appreciated by li large audi
ence. The views to-night w ill embrace
the cities of I Conic and Mexico, and
are sure to be both entertaining and
instructive. The next best thing to
visiting those cities in person is to see
a wcll-cxccutcd picture of them, as
presented by Pud. WiMslruh". The
voting for County Trustee and Attor
ney (ieneral continues lively, und
I iromises to furnish exciting contests
icfore the polls are closed, The re
freshment department is open all tiny,
and those desiring a delicious lunch
would do well to,call at Knights of
lnnisfail hall, 1KI7 Second, nt any time
after 12 o'clock in.
A farewell reception was tendered
Miss Sarah Iteingaumm last night at
the residence of her relatives, Kir. and
Mrs. L. Itosi-nbmttn, No, t'l'J IWalv
street. Miss Itcingnmnm has hern
here for several weeks, which she
spent most agreeably, ami returns to
day to her Western home. She w ill
be rememlH-ivd by many with pleasure.
Among the ladies and gentlemen pres
ent were Misses llattie 'Iing, Iouis
ville; Celia Steinauer and Siillie Weil,
Cincinnati ; Mary Ciahay, New York;
llattie llo.insky, Vick'sburg; Bella
10 v, I-a a ( iahiiv, Celia (icisiniiun,ltav
1 lul l is, itay llulle, SiillieSonlield, Bella
llehr, lfosa (ioldstein, lfosa Silherberg,
Fannv Ix'vy, Hosa Hullo, Bertha Best
hoir, ltd lu (iolilhaum, Kosa Colin and
Im-oiiu 1evv; Mrs. I,, liosenhauni and
Mrs. Ike .lcndlc; Sam Block, (ins
Harris, Max Harris, Phil M. Halle,
Herman Boshwitz, Herman Mendle,
Onirics Wnrt.burger, Harry Set-lies,
(teorge (ialmy, Sam Behr, Ktigene
Frieilninn, Otto Besthoff, Iavo Wurtx
burger, William Sontleld, Krnest Kll
man and Ike Mendle,
At Liverpool yesterday wheat a
quiet, but steady, w ith a poor demwnd.
Corn steady ; demand ptHr.
CixtsiNn prices of May options a
Chicago yesterday : Pork,'fl0 40; land,
6c; clear rib sides, ISJe; corn, 40Jc;.
who t, WJc; oats, :t2,c.
Ukcoiit of Ctruin Klevalor yesterday:
Wheat, no change, in store, :),r7 busl
ela. Com nii-ived, 0N7IV; withdrawn,
2( !l : hi store, M,L'07 bushels. Oats
n-ceived, 21114!; withdrawn, 4178; in
yisiTona on 'Change yestenlav: W.
I). UoU'rts, I'yershurg; J. M. N"ichols,
Byhalia; S. A. S. John, IT, V. John
ston, New lork; (apt. J. h right,
t'ourtland; Miss P. T. Fnrnsworth,
Tunica; Joseph Kviru, Ark; M. W.
Cowen, Iicbanon, Tenn.; S. W. Helm,
Ihuiville, Va!; F. I!.. ISIiiVcIt, I.vons,
In.; Hy Hurst, Atkiiitr(ia.
C. L. (iRKKNK & C(V:'s IVwct on cot
ton fiituressaid yest'erdtry : The "bull"
feeling continues, with another ad
vance of about Jit naulr, busim-ssshow-
ing up full and tlw market cloning
firm at nearly the highest prices of
the day. Sonieofth large operators
have been steady and' free sell-n, and
there has been a considerable amount
of realizing, but the oireriugs did not
stem the tide of demand ami wen
readily exhausted with only a few
temporary react ions. Ptew ( H leana
has been a large buver h cover and
materially assisted the improvement.
LiveriKKil shows a somewhat re
sponsive feeling, hat the Continent
follows slowly ami mdirrcrvntiv, Hint
keeps bids well below a parity of our
Ucl RuIIixIbt LaexoinarHlaa 10 da
IVew OrleMim 9f MrtlUGrnn.
The pleasant, rieturcsijno line is
via the irreat Mismssippi alley Houte
(lxiuisYille, New Orleans and Texas
railway), passing through historic
Yiekshurg, Itatmi Kongo and the im
mense rice and sugar plantations of
Iiuisiana. Kound-trip tickets, 112;
gtsxl fifteen days. On sale by H. H.
Talley, under Pealsxly Hotel. Secure
your berths early.
Fine Watch repairing at Mai ford's.
Ua to Raitleria;e e iMoniinleo for
)er PlaaablHal " uaa-t iitiaej.
Bids will Ih' ri'ceived for ten da-8
from this date on the stock of goods
contained in tlie factory, saddlery and
vehicle departments of tlie V oodrutl
Oliver CarriOLf and Hardware Com-
pan v. same to le made on each clepnrt-
ineiit separately, anu meu wuu im:
secretary at the oQiceof the company.
Any and all bids subject to n-jectinu.
11K I I1M.I, S V.KA1I-, (!iiie
february !, lNi.
Mulford, Jeweler, SOI Main,
lucits orilers friuu the rountrj.
IS BIMOVID BT THI C8K OT COCOAI5B,
Ai.d it Rtimiilatna aud fromoUa the
at wtn of tho hair.
"Wnntt'i FUyoring Ext rar.ta ave Ibrj
W. II. Mn.voitD of New York is at
the (iayoso Hotel.
R. II. Lackv of Nashville isagmst
at the iayoso Hotel.
K. H. Mooke and family of Missis
sippi ure at the Oayoso Hotel.
Tiik popular Willie N. Mirath f
ew Orleans is a guest at the javoso
(l.KNWdon I'iikiii.k has returned
from his Indianapolis trip, und is now
at the (iayoso.
M. K. Pattkiison- and bride have
taken a suite of rooms at tho (iayoso
Hotel for their permanent residence.
Tin: well known honifaee, Frank
White of the (iayoso, with a party of
friends, has gone on a pleasure trip to
Tiik largest, strongest and eheaH-st
life insurance company in the wxild,
assets $10",MX),(X)U, has returned to
Memphis to do business. Sec card of
John F. Wilkerson, agent, in another
Cm.. Srtu.KT, caterer for the New
(iayoso Hotel, is a well-known hold
'nan of very wide experience. Ho
was a colonel in the Confederate army
and fought through the war, being
one of Lee's paroled soldiers.
Tun Hev. Mr. Briney, who recently
assumed the pastorate of the Christian
Church, will be tendered a reception
1o-iiiglit. Mr. Briney has already made
for himself a warm place in the hearts
of the members of his congregation,
and to-night's all'uir is sure to be a de
Mas. (i. A. Hkvuv of Ttiscumhia,
Ala., is at the residence of Mr. Knoch
Fnsley, on liayburn avenue. She was
located at the 'Pciihoily Hotel for two
months, where she leaves many
friends, made on account of her own
merits and because she is the honored
widow of the lamented Muj. (. A.
Henry, loved and respected by all w ho
W. Nick Hooth to Itobort K. Lee,
eiint purtof lot No. 124 block 20, north
west comer of Jellorsoii and Prome
nade streets, 2.Sxt.' feet, for (TsHH).
John Overton, jr., trustee for It. L.
( iverton, to John K. I'endegrast, lot 54
Overton tract, Clay street and liay
burn avenue, for 12730.
W. F. Taylor and wife to James 10.
Clary, t0 acres in Sixth Civil Histrict,
know n'as the Ingato Place, for 12500.
James C. Bell, surviving trustee
Mississippi aud Arkansas Ijiml Com
pany, to James Paine, lots 4, 5 and li
in block 5:1, south sido Wulker street,
also lots Hi, 17, 18 and It) block 53, on
north side Coll'ee street, for !24,
Foa kslsominiog telephone 60!), A.
Memphis Stainid Glass Works, 236
Third street. Call and see.
Skk advertisement of Memphis
Steam Shirt Factory and Laundry.
Tai finest and best selected stock
of gas tiitures in the city, at bottom
prices J. a. bailey a to.
Tiik Nushville Sensation Gold Brick
Swindle. Wonderful success. Valen
tino's Oo':d Brick Tolu. Chew it.
Gknkral repairing dono by compe
tent workmen at the Cunningham
Wagon-Works, corner of Monroe and
Thk Desoto Oil company is prepared
to fill orders for the highest grades of
finished fertilizers and fertilizing ma
terials. Thi Herbal Chill Care, . the best
tonic, and anti-perlojio known. A certain
ana iaie oare for chilli Frio tl ler bot
tle. Kent itami t for oireulara. Any ref
erenre nlxen. Addreii John 0. Ruoker.
Tiik Gayoso in- gaining new laurels
daily, and is firmly established as the
leading HrsU-huw hotel of Memphis-.
Its patronage has increased so rapidly
that its dining-rooms arc alwayi
crowded during nmal hours, which
speaks volumes in f.tvor of its popular
proprietors, Farriiijrton, Stewart A
Pronilacat Arrivals at the Oayoso
CiiAiti.KS K. Pkask, president of tho
Btickeve Inn und Brass Works, Day
ton, O. ; John F. Kiday, president and
grnentl ninnager of the Indfpeixdent
Jmnit, Now York ; J. V. Motter and
1 M. Duiilap of Now York; Bfshop
Tkompson of Mississippi.
Ortfrr NeitaNat IWulford't.
COUJITRY STORK INSURANCE.
(kneral Insurance Afcent, ives
special nttention to instringcoun
try merehants at any point in tho
Soutliwi-st, at fair rates, in compa
nies oi high standing. Losses ad
justed by himself.
Olfioe: Koom 1, Cotto Exchange
MoatiHcrHiu llanxlewt Mulford.
PimavRo, March 4. Night River
feet 10 inches on the gangs and fall
ing. Weather clear and eold.
WBami-tNti. W.Va.. March 4. Night
River 0 feet U inches on the Range
and falling. Weather tlear and cold.
Oaixx March 4. Night River 31
feet 3. inchea on the aaope and falling.
Weather clear and co jI. IN o arrivals.
CmciNNATi.Marc.h4. Night River
21 feet 8 inches on the gauge and fall
ing. W father clear and mild. Ibe
Ohio is due from Memphis.
E ansy iixa.Marah 4. N ight River
falling, with 17 faet 6 inchea on the
gauge. Weather alondy, with signr.of
dm ; thermometer 36 to 46. Pack
ets in and out wish good business.
LouisviLLs, March 4. Night HivT
stationary, witn v feet in the canal
and 6 feet 10 inches on tne tails. BubI
neratair. Weather clear and pleasant.
Artived: Jaruas W. Gaff and Charlea
Morgan, Cincinnati; Ohio, Memphis.
MoirmraM ef Wf4iai Mteaxaaera,
Piiilaivkaphia, March 4. Arrive-!:
British Princess, Liverpool.
SorTHAMTON, March 4. Armed:
F.ms, New Yora for Bremen.
Bostom, March 4. Arrived: Iowa,
Lokoon, Match 4. Ariived: British
1)ovbr. Mv.rch 3. Passed: Oc.un
King, New Orleam for Bremen.
DABTMorxn. March 3. Arrived?
John N'.wriron, Ne Orleans foe Brti
APPEAL Til IDAY,
Tke Haw Wayavaa.
FABRINOTON, BTKWART t WHITE.
Katai, 12 50 to M per day, according- to loca
tion of rooml.
Mrl II Colin, Mill A I.Ohio
JLsmiti. Ark D N Smith, Ark
J x !'!' . Ark DC .Mitrhtll. HI
CKWilni, NY A 8 Allni Aw. Miri
C K Pease. Ohio W C Kn-tlerirk, Mo
BTh'.niiuun. Min FB .Slunk. Mi
J K hliuM.o iw. Mill M Pattiiion Aer, Tena
K I Moore A a Mi.a D Miller. Ark
i'.rr A J Hci'nrtjr. Mo Miaa A liroan, Me
AMiSilea, NY J H ll-wr, N Y
1) A lluir.l, La WW McUratb, 111
1' sColrmin.Tenn (1 R Pane, Mine
H M lunl(i. N V T J (.'impliell. M'ma
1. Oi-nenl.eiiner.Tenn W Me... ,-k, Tenn
i II M. Ili-nrr, Tenn J V P, ace, Misi
II I! I.mb.m. Tcnu K ll I rayvr, Ti-nn
M Kntley.Tenn K li Thomai, Tenn
M H Mialt-r, Mill K L Kpraauea, Mihh
C H Foote, Mv Mi. a Tliurr.oa, Y
J M Prcntri'tKc-, Mill J Motter, N Y
JKeilljr. NO HMJnr), NO
ti W l.tn.ion. Mo W l.a'?, Tnn
A Waflel, 1'cua C K Fur-dick, 'i'enn.
C. B. (MtLOWAYACO Pao-itiTBi
Ratee KM) and H per da r. a-eordinite
in and looation of room Svecial
A Mctlebee, Ark
W P Ne ion, Tenn
J K Wnitinn, N Y
C Katea, Pa
W J Willif, Ark
J I) Keillr, Mo
B W Hale. Ark
JPCl- i'ton, Ark
W K Hamilton, Ohio
H Drew, N Y
8 D Jnhnxton, Ark
W A Broaddua, l enn
TC Murray, Mo
H Bcilry. aliii
P II Th rnton, Mlai
J L Prieiluian. Ohio
J A MoDermott, Ohio A Thomuinn, Ohio
J L Pitta. Va
II M Cole. K
B I Huaby, Tenn
.1 ) Fiih'r. Ky
8 1'ern.h, Ohio
FC Wilaell, N Y
T Pointer. Ala
EHtafford, N Y
A Lenald, tti
f W Mien iw.Mo
O W tiiiuiuon.Teno
W Manhall, Mill
K A Morgan. N Y
li L JuJion, Kr
W Dunton, N 1
II Y Maoiiherion, Ky T Murphy, Maji
11 l Mull, .nui airs t null, Mini
JLPittt, Va RM.-Nniry.Tcnn
CJonei. Ark J C Wruht, Mm
HIIUrookettA-'e.Tenn.l W bcotl, hy
Mri I. Percy, Mm
B Lerur. Ark
J W Woodi, Mo
F McDonald, Ark
II 11 Mat aek, Ky
U V Reynold, Mo
A M Cooke Aw, Va
J II tiianton. Mo
K ti t.iiamermann, 0
J M. -Donald, Mo
(1 Wh te, Ky
J K Williami, Tenn
A Newby, Ark
J U 1'en. e, Mill
johx T. rav(im Tairr.
John T. Raymond, Ueo Brailley,
f-leo Hunter, J A Kterhurt,
Frank Lano, Jerry l.ainb,
John Vinton, Frank Lamb,
W J Luuib, II PiDi-on aw,
W. H. BINGHAM Majuok.
European plan. Enlarged and refurnished.
Prioei aocordina- to aiie and loca
tion of roomi.
C F, l'dje, Tenn C L Jom-a, M-ii
J V L) nch. A'k ' li f Wiliion, Tenn
M lloiorook, M'tl A Slevcn.on, ind
J Utile. Kr
Mr i A 1 ilorine, Tens
C Arnold, Mill
0 A Morona, Ua
II B Anderaon. N J
II Heckwiih, N Y
J M Braekin, N Y
II Moore, Mill
J B Mockler, MWi
G K Pat en, tit Louii
8 1) Cheairr, Visa
II Nathan, N Y
J 11 Franklin, Ark
II N lleokwith, N Y
W A Furrell, N Y
J II Pointer, Mini
W M Banlord. Tenn
.1 A Tnnr.an. Ark
E Oppenhcitner, Ky
T R Wallit Aw. Mo
Otto Cnhen. Mo
u niack, Ark
II M Cook, city
Mils Laura Wallia.Uo
Mini Klta Hniith.Mlis H l'atteraon if, Masi
0' 11 llalch, Mim
A M Do n in u n, Ark
J U llamat. Ark
P Dolan. Miai
A J Ivy, Tonn
T C Smith, R R
C W King,
W N Hiowart, Miia
J II V heeler, Tenn
Mia L 1, Aleorn, Mini
B F Melius Aw, Mill
JO Denman. N C
R D Feoril. N C
N 0 Lane, Mill
Miaa M Binith, Tonn
I) A Diabto, Ky
H C Mytr;, Miaa
A II Moody, Ala
IS J Mi-Peak, Miia
FA Wilton, Tenn
GR Smith. MI(h
D Camerack, Miia
Mill P Pointer, Ala
(1 W Wlaa, Miaa
W R Sadler, Miaa
F J Denman.N 0
RD Murphree, NC
CU Metto.N 0
T J F'erguinn, Mill
J U Leith.Mo
DuOy'e Koroian Hotel.
Corner ol Adamaand Main atreeta. Roomi
ouu, T&eandSl per day; American Plan,
Flr.t clati Reitaurantfn the Hotel.
J. M.DUFFY 110 jn with Peabody Uetel),
M, Jay, Tenn EOn'M, Ala
0 ('l-fford. Ark B F Ktrand, Tenn
h J Creuett. Ark J 0 Brown, Ind
F E Irfinw, Ky W Shoree, Ind
K Halnion. Kv K Harper, Tnn
T F Duaahtry, Tenn Hra Jnnnie Moi-a, Tenn
Miaa Lena Moss, Ark It A Brown, a in
11 Finnic. Ala
L Lumnkin. Ala
J A Uarrell, Ohio
A Trotter, Tenn
A I. Brown, Ark
0 Thompson, Misi
0 Payten, Miaa
J Ratten, Mioh
I) W Polley, L
J II Bive, Tenn
W MTullyAw.N J
H Lippoll. Pa
N T enotwell, Mo
ii L Brown, Ua
L Pane, Misi
I MoConnell, Ark
A Indon, Ohio
J W Turner. N J
U B Polley, La
H K RiiUway, Rt L
D C Tall? kw N J
W J MeCall. Tenn.
Noi. 61 ami 63 Madison street.
BOWLES LKAKK PaoraiiTOia.
Ratej $2 per day.
F R Lanier, Tens 0 Wallace-. Ark
C 8 Dabny, Misi J A Sangiton, city
H Cnmitoek, Mils- K Payne, Tenn
r V Jonea, lenn
J Kberinc Ohio
A Brown, Ky
WM Tally Aw, NT
K.1 Kliea. Mo
J C vuimby, lean
M Chriatiant Ky
D C Tully Aw, N Y
A F Cook Aw, city
TS Bitaon, Ark
J P Orea.br. Tenn
it T Mark, Miaul
J Keratine, Mill
i: Warren, Ark
J Campbell, Mi'.v
N Illoonworth, Tenn
N Morris, Carrol 1
W Love, Mo
J Barnott, Ky
K White, Atise
Otto Schmidt, N If
r Kemp, lenn
J Haiiie. Mn
J French, Hickman
K Edward., Ky
D 8 Jones, Miss
KiHisn trip New Orleans ticlrets,
I Pi, good fifteen dnyw, via Minnis.sipui
Valley Konte. Olliee under IVahotly
hoIidSIIervare ut HtuIforls
Leakr roora renalred by Rnbarb
aV Hon, ao and IM aVale street.
IrEiuliMtippI Vatlley Itouttv
Thin scenic lino paKn in full view
of the great MisHiHi.tp)ii river several
timea between Ha ton Kongo and rew
Orleans. Those going to tlio grand
Marda-Gras celebration, March tRh,
are securing berths ahead very rapidly.
For tickets and Lartlis can on k. it.
Tal'ry, under Peab-nly Hotel, without
Old m Id and allvrr takea aa eaak
i Hairord'a, Hal.
Pvaaapt attenttnaa la II" werk er
derekr Bnafh o, T.IliBelH
Importer and Dealer in
Oaai, riHbtna Tarhla aad porta,
ain'saappliea aer Hiieoial rttentioi
Ivan to MANUFACTURING and RE
PAIRING. ia Main WtMlf eiiiolilw. Tenn
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importer aid dealeri In .
nlllon aad riititaa TarKIS
Haru.are, Vlrlrl Hrila a4 Aa
nnaelalera tor lioteli tnd Residence!, aVa
Mala airae.t, Hetnpbla. Ten"- ileotrlo
nppliee always ca hand. RepairM neatly
SHEA A McCAUTHY.Fropt's.
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
Opt OF TBI LARttK!! B0II;BBH0P,8
in tue Kouth, and the o' "?''!
Tnller and 8)et-Irr W ,rks l
HaanfM-lurfrl of hrT pli ,rw"
work ef ejy elarrlpll''v oraal
attaatfea nroa teylutailon rk-
MARCH 3, 1886.
e7"The arm of GOODBAR & CO. ba been dissolved, and ws bave reorganised oor interest in the Wholesale Boot
and fcihoe Bnsineat, in connection with Mr. W. E. Love, late) of Warrewi, Love 4 Co., 8t. Loais, Mo and Mr. J. C
Callicott, of Coldwater, Miss., nnder the style of and firm name given below. We thank our friends for their patronage
in the past and hope for a continuance of their favors. A. B. GOO DBA T
o J. H. GOODBAR. .
a. b. eooitBAar.
Late of Ooodbar A Co., Memphli.
3G7 k 3G9 Main
We are cow receiving a large and En'irely Slew Stark of Eastern and
Bpring Trade of 1886, which we offer at Jrtock Itottom Prictts
We have EXCLUSIVE control in this
lowing lines r.f CUSTOM-MADE Goods, all of whi::h we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction :
George Uocker's celebrated Men's Calf Boots.
Brady & SborteU's Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children'
Solar Tip Shoes.
T. M. Harris ACo.'s Philadelphia made Children's Shoes.
Also, L. W. Nute & Co.'a Kip Brogans and Plow Shoes
the best Brogans made in the United States heretofore
handled by Gcodbar & Co.
We are the only house in this Market handling the cele
brated Krippendorf, Dittmann A Co. line of Ladies' 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 Made Happy.
Fortune la Knocking at
Every Man's Door. -
Be Wise aad Saye Cash, and
Patronize the Misfit
Tho man who ear as 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,
whothcr you earn little or much.
Economy is a gift, and extravagance
seems to bo born in some people.
Economy is wise buying, and wise
buying is getting as mueh as possible
for your money.
It's economy to buy your Clothing
at tho Misfit Clothing Parlors, be
cause you get there the finest Clothing
in the world for the least money.
It's economy to patronize the Mis
fit Clothing Parlors, because while
price 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 oan 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 give you satisfaction.
Your time has eome. A plain
warning to the residents of Mem
phis. Your time has come, but a
time fob joy instead of sorrow.
The Misfit Clothiag Parlors, 2G2
Second street, apposite Court Square,
will give you the opportunity of get
ting Clothing at much loss than tbs
Our Overcoat Bargains are some
thing every man showid take advant
age of. Equalryt as great bargains
are offered in Saits aad Pants.
2G2 SecondSt Memphis,.
Opp. Cowrt Square.
Hemomber, all alteration to
iwsure a porfoai fit done frea- of
charge, by a Crst-clasa tailor.
aw Oaa raafjaira aaill t o'ciwek,
Watmrrtwye) naMI 11.
Jm OviKToa. Ja. 0. N. Obcikob.
OVERTON & GR0SYEN0R.
Real Estate Dealers
AGENTS A BROILERS.
Ofiloe, 264 Second Street.
a. Mm !)?. BeeetiMI aa Vaaura.
w-aan vum-i i.fiiTaftT a urn SOLD.
Txe Pwi, IU&U CollMted. to.. cn
Young & Brother
Bolisellers and Stationers
2 IS M alu NU, lHcmplilJ,Tcaii
Wlaalaa wir tria Bnslaoaa
He vnrr war .aiirei
STOCK AT COST.
D. It. E. 11ULLINGT0X,
NrflF.tn I EXT I ST.
837 Mala Street, t Memphis, Tens.
J.H. 600DB1I, W I.lOE,
Lata of Goodbar A to.. Memphii. lata of Warren. Lore
and 18 Gayoso Streets,
OFFICE No. 24 HIGH
be made by any competing market.
market of the fol
We also control
ORGILL BROTHERS &Co
310 ixnd 313 Front Street, MemphLs, Tenn.
II. R. Plows, Columbus
n n -err
YVHEliLlJAKKUnS, tlUVrJLS, I'lUAS, jnAliwiva,
And a Complete Line of CAMP OUTFITS.
DES JARDINS, MILLER & ROOTES,
No. 394 WAIN STREET
James H. Ooodbar Wm. 1. ClarU
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street,
K offer to MEBCH4ITK OMIT tha larireat and best stoak of Boota and Shaai wo
ha arer brought to thii market, and which cannot be lurpaisod.ia Quality and
Ural and Vilest st of Custom-made Qoodi for Men, Woman, Mils., and Children. W.
"airy a number of tha belt makes in tha oouniry. in .T.r. variety ndatl., aad amona
tnVmUha weU known Wen'f Calf BooU and Shoel manufanturad bj 0. Hocker for onr
Bprin. Trade. also carry a ohoic. line of Ladies' and Missel' Coem Kid, Goat and
Calf (foods, maanfaetured by Krippendorf. Dittman A Co. W. mrit. th. trade to eiamin.
iur itiX "rVbuyinf .laawher.. and w. guarante. .y.rythln, w. TiW
D. T. PORTER.
8BCcesora to P0BTEB, TAYLOR CO.,
wo no PBOWT STREET, t t MBMPBTB. T-fWr
e. wiTZHAinr s Co
WtaoleMale Dealera and Pnbllsnem,
Bola AaanU for tha following Firrt-Claai laitramaatai
aarA NEW T-OCTAYX
Write for Oataloimaa. roa.aa and
Wholesale Grocer, Cotton ITaetoP
An i Comraission "Merchants.
232 and 234 Front
arnrtu adamd asd ixmntnys.
Mrl N RAI5KTdeTotohlihol. time to th. weight- fit XM Cotton enUuiUd
ANDREW STEWART, New Orleans.
STEW, GNHE & CB
Wholesale Grocers, Got. Factors
Ka.33 AND SSS 2TROXT STREET, MEMPHIS, TESS
STEWART BROTHERS & COaPAHi;
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WEW OR17EAWS. T4lTTTHTAN4.
Iternberg & Son,
(SCCCEMHORS TO 1TKRSBERO A LEK)
TOBACCO, CIGARS & PIPES,
33G Front St., Cor. Union, Memphis, Tenn,
. ;?. CALLIOOTX,
t Ce., St. Loan. Late of Coldwater, Mim.
Custom-Made Boots and Shoos tor the
on aa liberal terms aa can
the following Specialties nnder oor
own brands, via:
Goodbar, Love & Co.'s Men's Grained Calf CUSTOM-MADE
Bale, Button and Congress.
Goolbar. Love A Co.'s Men's N.K. Calf CUSTOM
MADE Bals, Button and Congress.
Goodbar. Love & Co.'s Ladies' Kid and Goat CUSTOM-MADE
Flexible Polish and Bntton $3 00 Shoes.
Our Ladies' S3 00 Shoes are made from the best se
lected Curacoa Kid and Tampico Goat Stock, and have
Solid Sole Leather Counters and Flexible Inner Soles
and we warrant them to fit and give perfect satisfaction
in every respect.
Steel Drag Scrapersr
a n aTM -mm VaT flaTIAflTr a?l
Eaatjaa J. Varriawtoa Fraak U. Joae
U. W. MACRAE.
PIANO FOR 1IK.-b -r.
2afli HECOIVP ST.. WKHPW
aa. j. iia
St., Hemphis, Tcmi.
I ANDREW D. OWTNNE, Meaaph ,
first of a