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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
LoftkrlllcWew Orleans Tex B'j
IMIHMirFI T1UII KOVTB.
if TaWt Noeember 23. IMS.
4 :00 p.m
8:4 a. in
2:(tt a. in
fteun Roue. .....
1:41 a.m; 12: In a.m
&:a e.mi p.m
:!!1 a. ml S:4i .m
9-.S0 p.jn!6:i p.m
.i t:n a.m 6:00 p n
... 12;li2noV 2:4A p.m
.... 3:4S p. m il :1 a.m
.... 7:15 p.ml 7:30 e.ni
A 'With all linei entering lemphl
B With M. A N. W K. K. for Helena.
C For Greenville and Huntington, and ail
Arkansas points. .. .
T-With V. A M. and V.. S. A P. Railroad!.
K-With N.. J. AC. K. K. for Aalcbes and
Jerkson. , ,
F-Fnr Points o tha Branch.
J With iteamers lor Baron Sara.
H With railroad! diveriini (or Florida and
Pullman Buffet Hlfpint Canon all traini.
JAS M KDW A R1S. V. P. and O.Ji.
M. 1)1 KKK, Uaneral 6up't.
Miaalaaippi ana, Ttaaama. Fast
mail train leaves daily at 4 :30 p i, ; arrive!
at -if a.m. Loral freight leave! at o:40
a.m.: arrive! at 4::X p.m. Freliiht tntioa
Km. and run trl weekly. No. ft leave!
Weapon Monday, Wedntaday and Friday.
Kan i lly. Jarl0ll and
nhia Traini leave M. and T. depot as fol
Jews: No. 4, mail and aipren. leavri dally
at 11 r.'tO a.m. I No. i, mail and expreii, ar
rive a' 3 p.m. No. ot, St. Loali einreis
leave! daily at 6:0(1 p.m.! f 0. 65, bt. Louis
einre's, arrives at S :55 a.m.
Meanptsla and I.illle Rork. Traini
move as follow! (central stand rd time):
No. 1 leaves daily at ft:) ..m,; arriTei at
:.SRp.m. No.3leaveaat6:ooa.m. j arrive!
t I'M a.m. No. 5 (froinht) leave! Hopefleld
daily (eceptSundy) at 6:00 a.m.; arrive!
at 7:11) p.m.
NewpartKewaantl Mlsalaalpps Val-lejr.-lrelni
move aa follows: No. 8 (leal
line daily) leavei at 11 :30 a.m. No. 2 leayee
at 11:40 pm. daily. Mt. Lools fast line
leavei daily at p m. No. 7 tle.t Una
daily) arrival at 1:30 p.m. Mail ,and e
nress arrive! daily at 3:la.m. bl. Louis
fait line arrival daily at 9:05 a.m.
afemphia and 4'harlralon Train!
move aa followi: Thrntiifh ei press leevc
daily at 10:20 p.m, Mail aud eipreii leavei
daily at;9:10a m. riomerville eocommoda
tion leavei daily, eacept bundiiy, at 4 :M
p.m. ThrouKbeiiroa arrive! daily eto:
a.m. .Mail and eprea arrlvel daily at 4 :oA
5.m. tiomerrllle accommodation arrive
ally, eioept Sunday, at H;3U a.m.
Lsalavllle and Waahwlll Traini
move ai followi: Fait mail arrive! daily al
4:.tta.m.: leavei at in :10 p.m. ; umil leavri
daily at 9:00 a.m. Urowmville aeeommo
daliom leave! dmly, osoent Sunday, at 6:00
P.m. I mail arrive! daily at 6:0J P;m.
Brownsville loiwminodn'ion arrive! daily.
loeptSundar, it a. 40 a.m. standard time).
Mempble, Hlrmlaahaia and Allan
lloilv tiiirinn Route Traini move aa
followi: No. 1 leavea Meinphil daily at 3:4.r
pro.: arrival at Holly Spring! al 6:.:0 p.m. :
No. 2 leavei Holly rfprinii daily at v:00
a.m., arrival at Memphli at 1 il5.m.i No.
leavei Mamphii daily at 7:S0 p.m., arrive!
at Uolly Sprinriat 11:5 P.m.! No. 6 leavei
Holly bprinra daily at 3:30 a.m., arrivei at
VTahmihuton. March fl, lSSd. )
1 o'elouk a.m. )
?or Mciniiliid and vii unty:
and vicinity: Fair
ortucont, rt'd Htr.
Fur Tmntte and U Ohio Vallfy:
Fair vxathtr in Ttnrvte; light IkoI
tnoui in the Valby, generally followed
by fair vraOier i wiiuh generally north'
vxtierly, bteeming variable; iliyhl changet
Maursia. Tniii.. March S, lW6
Hw. j Tuer. Wind Wilier
110073 38 3 N.E. Cloudy
30.080 40 8 W. Cloudy
;W045 4 V8 8.W. Clear.
30.044 51 3 8, Clear. -30
0-4 44 8 W. Cloar.
7:00 a m
3:00 p m
10:00 p m
Maximum temperature, A3 0.
Minimum temperature, 38 3.'
All observations are taken on 75
meridian time, which U one hour
faster than local time. '
Magistrate At the matinee to
day and For Voitifibt to-night.
A number (Valunblo lots will be
disposed of at Oliancery sale to-day.
Mile. Ithea frgins a week's engage
ment at tlieVMomphis TheatiT Nlon
day, tho lft,..
Lieenetto marry was issued yes
terday t biggie r.uirarini ami Jeff
In tw Probate Court yesterday J.
W. AiVy was made administrator of
R. F.'ntith, dtteoased.
A'. J. Nranliin will follow Januil
nely'U at thf' Memphis Theater in a new
phfy called Wi(ii,-im-.(i,ii,
Flsie Mocsly want the County
'ourt to grant her a divorce from
William. The usual string of cituses
The sole of tickets Tor tho hall of
tho Bijou Club, at the Natatoriuni
Monday night, is large, and tin indi
cations point to a rare time.
The Knight nf the Mvstie Krcw
will give a grand Mardi tints ball at
tho Exposition Building. Arnold's
band will furnish the music, und a
big timo is anticipated,
rutrolninn Sullivan made a haul
out on ltuybnrn avenue yesterday
evening, capturing five crap shooters,
who were entered on the docket as T.
C. Washington, Ijtwrenee Scott, Pick
Clwpol, Watson Oliver and Nash Pun
lap. W. D. Hot hid, John Overton, Als
ton Uovd.H. M. Neelv, A. U.tiwynne,
AV. F. tavlor, John W..illard, J. N.
Falls, K. L Meltowan and H. Wetter
applied for a charter yesterday, by the
numo and style of the Citizens' Uiw
John Delp A Co. yesterday as
signed all their stock, etc., in store
house No, 41.riJ Main Ktreet. There
being no sfliedule of assets and liabili
ties filed with the instrument, the
amount of the assets and liabilities
cannot lie arrived at.
-The Right Rev. II. M. Thompson,
assistant bishon of Mississippi, will
deliver a lecture in the ( 'id vary church
lecture-room, on Saturday next, tho
tith instant, at 7:30 o'clock p.m., by
invitation of and in theb du c 'ii-sea
estoblihel by the iill of tho
Ascension. Subject: "The l'.i.ul of
The Medical Society of the State
of Tennessee will hol'd it annual
meeting for IKKfl, in this city, on April
tith, next. The rr.ilroads will gnu.t
rates at mo rent a mile, on returning.
The hotel will give low rates. The
meeting is rx pi fted U) be largo nnd
intcrcBting. Tho Committee of Ar-rnn-'etneiits
is composi'il of lrs. 1). 1).
Sjtunlers,V.W. Tuylor.W. 1'.. Winston,
(i. li. Thornton and K. W. Mitchell.
Two or three day.-f ni:o a difil w:is
sent to this Register's oll'u-e nnd
prouiptlv noted, and half an hour
afterward, beforo it had hern eopied
elm luMiks. k reuiifst to v it
itwaH inadu. Tho Register dei lined
to cntsc the entry, and
lawviirs who were canon
divided in their opinions,
ti.m wan linallv rt ft rml UtCvl. B. M.
KaU, vliu u'utiiie.l tlie lgwtr. "
Emm Martio, aged wento,
colored, wu arrftd laat ni(fh
UxliDK tronk, cloak, two driwaew
nd onw r Orarwl' liom Mrs.
Franerthtl. No. 217 l'op'r -M.
Offlcert Hilton and F.ber aTen-d the
pir! t a bouse dw the old Jewub
Onutery. on liasa tventie.
Tlir Zi.Tinan Lath art' a nctity
to the imipli- or Mi'in'lii- TIip estJib
liwlimi'iit in will KiiH'lied
f..r ev'rrv kinJ ( bath, in. lu.l
iiiK tin' TurkiMli, that luxury of luxn
ritt, with William to do tho "tnat-
Hu nt." which leaven the liainer rejn
i vt-iiuti'd, reiiewe.1, indeed with anew
lease- on life. The doctor li'miHelf in
ircncrallv roent to advi' hat hern
! and nia'intaiii the J hi'li Ktatiw and
1 Htnndard of the ci.tablixh tit.
' The reimrt tthi .h came fnim Ar-
kiiiiwisa few davn Hinee to the ellect
that the fruit erl. would Ik- u failure
is denied. An Aunt in niau who wax
in the citv) itci i lay xavHthe i.rox'ct
foV ih-ucIi'i-k, Bi'i'lcM and riuU'rrie is
us jcood as last Mpriii)?. The Htrawla-rry
crop will he short one-half, owing to
th drouth and jrrowers failing to set
out new patches last sprinu; that de
ficiency in frvitrhta will he made tfoml
by the extra acrcairf in p'a, Is-ans
and other veKCtubles.
The attention of the city authori
ties is directed to the fact that the
hackinen who wait for imtrouaip; in
front of U ubiie's Theater arc in the
habit of cncroachinc on the tract of
the railroad company to such an ex
tent as to prevent the earn from coin
inp within half a uaro of each
other, thus causing much ineon
vcniciii'r to streetcar patrons, and
coniK tiiiir them to walk iinneceHsary
distances to reach their only inle of
The failure of Mnlhol'Bnd, ltns
sell & Co. at I'n-seotl, Ark., is an
nounced. The linn is composed of
Mr. H. D. llaslip, travelinn reiiresent
ativeof Messrs. Itichard II. Allen A
Co. of New York mid Mr. N. It. Mul
holland. formerly wilhTJios. II. Allen
&Co. of Ht. Iiuis The lirindid (liite
a larjre cr'dit business durinn the past
season. The following iudvrmeiits
have been confessed in the I'nited
States Court at Little Ihs'k: T. II.
Allen i Co., f.'i.Si'i T.'i: tieo. Taylor V
Co., SI. bmis, HlKHI; Messrs. Hill,
Fontaine A Co., St. 1-ouis, t HMt; total,
The altendance at the St. I'.rinid's
fair eon tin lies to increase nitihtly, aud
a perfect jam is expected to-nijht,
when the diamond pin for the most
popular candidate for County Trustee
und the gold-headed cane for Attomey
(ieneral will he voted for. lioth these
prizes promise to Is; hotly contested
for, and as every vote costs, a rich
harvest is assured to tho treasury of
the fair. The line articles at Miss
Holleran's table will also be rallied oil'
to-ninlit, and many a fair heart will
thrill in exinitation of w inning ea
MENKEN AND C0.11PANV.
Ijtst Sid unlay we advertised spe
' rial exhibition of
Clothing and IIhIh,
But we were disappointed in re
ceiving all we expected. To-day,
however, our entire spring stock of
Will bo exhibited ; also tho new
Broadway "HrT Hat
' Celebrated B lar Hat,
In all colors. Made on the same
block as the So hats, and
l equal to tho regular
l'erhapg it does not occur to
every one that we keep the best
hand-imtde French calf shoes ever
made. Wo do, and we sell lots of
them, but wo would like to sell
$2 75 will buy Men's Sewed Shoos.
J4 "ft will buy Men's Hand Sewed
7 will buy the best made Hand
Sewed French Calf.
Kpcrtal N'c To-Muyl
Boys' Calf Shoes, all sizes, at '.'.
Indies' French Kid Shoes, com-lnon-sonse
and French heel, at
!f3 85, worth f.Y
f.rt Yonr Woves To-lj t
tf-J Foster's Oenuino French Kid
(iloves, for Ladies and Gen
tlemen. Wo are solo agents
for tho "ticnuino Foster.
Fine Watch repairing at Mulfbrtl's.
Ufardl Oraa Hull
at the Natatorium, or ska'ing rink,
corner Jeffurs n and Fourth streeU,
TuMday night, March 0. Good music
rrampt allealloa tin work er
drrabj Uoairhcaoa. TelrptaoaieMw
Bids will bo root-ived for ton days
from this dato on the stock of goods
contained in the fartory, saddlery and
vehicle departments of the Woodruff
Oliver Cnrriugo and Hardware Cotn
puny, same to be made on each depart
ment wpantUdy, and filed with the
si-cn'tarv at the" oflice of the company.
Any und all bids subject to rejection.
lli;i lli;l,L A CLArP, Auignees.
let r Iff i at it allvrr laVea as rab
at Mnirord'a, Ulai. j
IP RB MOVED BY THS I'HK Of COCO AIM .
And it Htiinnlatus and promotes the
grnwtti rt the hair.
Rnmtt's Flavoring F.xt rants ara the
MuKixd, Jeweler, 204 Main,
lociUi iirders from the country.
laht rMf ruMlr4 t7 Baaacta
at Hon, iiO and Sli fieale atreet.
MEMPHIS' DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY,
Jon VT. M Kin.vkt, reprww nting
Mile. Rhea, is in the city.
M. T. Htirr, business manager of
the W. J. Scanlan Company, is in the
Mis Tillib Ffl., from St. luis.
who is here to attend tho wedding of
her cousin, Miss Bertha Fuld, has
kindly consented to sing at the Poplar
street Temple Friday evening; also,
Mr. Henry Nathan, formerly a resi
dent of Memphis.
At the ri-sidenee of Mr. K. J. Wen
del, at Woodstock, on the Chesapeake
and Ohio road, evening I adore last, a
delightful social event transpired in
tho wedding of Mr. Selden R. Busby
and Miss Willie Iu Wendel, whose
numerous circle of frienils the Appkau
eonds in offering tho warmest con
Tun Memphis pariers announce the
tenth of Mrs. Martha F. Morgan.
This lady Richmond knew well. She
was a native (ieorgian, a uaugnieroi
Ir Tomlinson Fort of Millodgevillo,
and a sister of Mrs. Julius L. Brown of
Atlanta. She was a noble specimen
of womanhinxL, a dutiful daughter, a
gissl wife, a devoted mother and a
genuine Christian. Atlanta letter in
To-moiuiow's Sunday Time will con
tain the first part of an original story,
the joint production of two young
ladies of Memphis. A gentleman
he has it-ad the story says it possesses
intellectual elevation anil
it is vigorous in style,
clear in its
narrative, and in no way
tho mawkish sentimentulity
lisfiifures tho uroduction ot young
nsoirnnbi for literary fame. It is hoped
tho story w ill bo the medium of do-
velopina two bright stars in tlie galaxy
of Southern literature.
William A.Collier to Bernard Roilly
and wife, lots 'l and J4,SU'phens sub-
hvision, tor t.Mi.
W. C. McClure. trustee, to Mary V..
Winfree, lot 4, Hawthorne subdivision,
for 700. .
t'baarerr 'nr Heliownii, inai.
On Monday, tho 8th. instant, the
jury cases lor llio present, verm, us
in i is hod anil posted in ine couii-
riuuii. will no tasen ill), umi n ien
... . t . .... .. 1 t 4
n ady for trial will bo continued, aa
the court will soon adjourn for tho
iimi. All decrees must bo prepared
and presented at ouco to insure their
Skk advertisement of Memphis
Steam Shirt Factory und uutnury.
Fob kalsominins telephone 609, A.
Memphis Stainko Glass Works, 236
Thi rd atreet. Call and see.
Ckntbal Ncbbiby, No. 09 Market
atreet, ia the nearest place in the city
lor plants and cut dowers.
O. D.'b'MiTn. veterinary surgeon
office F. A. Jonos A Co , 61 Monroe
street. Residence, Fianaioli House,
Thk Nashville Sensation- Gold Brick
Swindle. Wonderful success. Valen
tino's tio'd Brick Tolu., Chew it.
(Ir.nkbal repairing done by conn
tent workmen nt the Cunningham
Wagou-Works, comer of Monroe and
Thb Desoto Oil company is prepared
to fill orders for the h'ghest graiies oi
finished fertilizers and teitiluing ma
Tub Herbal Chill Care, the beet
tonioand antl-Mriodln known. A oartain
ana laic ear for rhilli. Prtcall par bot
tla. Nan itamil for olroularl. Any rf-
eranra tiien. Addraii John 0. Kackar,
Lrnobbara, V a.
Bbowm'i Bbokchul Troches for
nnnsha and colds: "I do not SCO how
it ii oosaible for a public man to be
himielf in winter without this admir
able aid." Her- R- M. Derent, Pocawct,
Ths most efficacious stimulants to
excite the appetite are Angostura
Bitters, prepared by Dr. J. (i. B. Kie-
g.Tt A Sons. Beware of counterfeits.
Ask your grocer or druggist for the
Solid. Silver ware Ht Mill ford's
COUNTRY STORE INSURANCE.
General Insurance Agent, gives
special attention to insuring coun
try merchants at any point in tho
Southwest, nt fair rates, in compa
nies of high standing. Ijohscs ad
justed by himself.
Olllee: Room 1, Cotton Exchange
Order rleal.at Mulford's,
Ho la RatleHlara A aaemaralno for
7ar Flam blue anil Uaa-Mttlna;.
A DruKgtMt's Story.
Mr. Isaac O. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the rait ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Baha-a for
the Lungs. I can say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never heard a customer speak of
it but to praise its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great rcany cases of wbo3ping
congb, with the happiest effects. I
have used it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always haves
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
MonoKram Bannlcst Mai ford.
Hel StallexlBre) A ljrwnearaiaa ta da
jaar I aaablaar.
Dyeing and Cleaning.
Ladies' and gents' clothes (leaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
cstricb feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Reigel, 58 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods rvi-d by emress.
Notice Is Hereby Hlven,
THAT the annual meeting of the stock
holdirs of the Chesapeake, Ohio
and Southwestern Railroad Company
for the election of Directors and
such other hn-'nesi ei may come before the
meeting, will be held at th. offloe of ihe
Comoanv, in the city of Memphis (o.lled Ihe
Taxing litiiot ot Shelby t'ounty, Tenn.,
on the Sill nt April, INNS, at 11
o'clock noon of ihat day, and that tha lease
from that Company to the Newp.rt Newi and
Mi. (.n,.l V.ll.v Comnanv will be sub
mitted to the atockholdo a for their consent
thereto and approval there;-. Tramfer
booki wi I be closed from March 2.th to
April), 1N. ,, . . . ,
By order of the President and Board ol
Ulroctors. uaav a. aio,
. B. 0 ALLOW AT k CO Paorairroaa
Eilw-iJ SO aod fi par dar, aeeordin U
iiM aad location of room bpaeial
H VT Rutherford, K;R" Curtu, I
A D Harre, 14 0 Bombera-ar, Mo
K LeClaira. Ill M U liriaroia. M Y
T 8 Pointer, n Y n ed.ll, Va
A v llalley, ill w r"iu-r. xn.
H B Collin.. Ill W A Bu ori, Il
H RaiiT, Uim i H Thornton, Min
L fa, Wria-bt, Tenn A vv n maru, ar
B II Pok. irl. eb CT Maim km. Mil!
U K With.ri. Ubio TD Hull. Ohio
K Uond. n, Pa I) C Cunninebam. H T
J C Arhtorwann, NY U H Tbomai. Tena
KM Miiigatt, lean J i unotr, n
(1 MT Caru, Pa " M.TrUvU 1, Minn
1 K novation, N I J E Terrmerj Tenn
I, rrixtin a, l.nn n u roi, rr
M Noruian. Ark Kitibu. h, lex
0 R Onrriiigton, Va A K Atwatcr, Miji
J F Tbomai, N II JW M'kinnoy, Mo
w J Koiumon, H A newoy, n
HP Hall. Kv J II Mnfhail, Tenn
J II Peace, Mill UW rurtu, Mo
II M Ktinrklev, silo n u iiaana, mo
M F Skiff, N t BTbmitb. Miia
H L llraut km, Ky 0 M il II. Ill
W A l.ynoi, M B H Donovan, Ohio
A IIM art n, SV J l Barry. wAd, Mo
W llarrell, a j u "onroe w, va
Mm L 11 Uakcr. Va W II Fltnn. ky
i Irwin, Tena W Urady, Miai.
The Mew Uajrew.
FAKRINOT0N, BTBWART WHITE,
RaUi, $2 90 to M per day, according to loca
tion oi rooui
A I. Prow. Mill
W A Ooodwyn, Tena
J A Mnli.nl.l. Ark C K Ly
C B Lyman Aw, Wu
C H Newman, Mo W B llarria, Bolton
C Mitchell. Mill
t) u layior, n I
C B Alexander, Mo
C P Ford Aw. La
0 vv Jonaa, Ky
A L Crow, Va
A Senior, III
T h Kiof, Tenn
JO l er, Neb
O II Kalaton.Pa
Mira L Hiuiley, ArV
J W Had lord Aw, Mo
W Kuaiell Aw, Mo
C II Arnold Aw, Mo
M B bbar, Mo
W J) Uwart, Te
Mn Handera, Tonn
J W WatU, Mo
U Beaman, N V
T A Petera, Arc
J II Tbomai, Tena
B Ureen6eld, Mo
0 J llarrehjr, t'a
J T Kuoki, N 0
U P Brown, Ark
J K Cohen, Ohio
B Wtneburf, III!
JK Holder, Tonn
J 14 hiMiul. Tana
Joe l,enow, lenn
J K Morean. Tenn
MraLDonaldron.iennLi u na ix, i.nu
D MoCraoken. Tenn HCIemner, Mo
CM Day, Mo K 8 Woodson, Va
Oil Uowieaw.r.ngi a d r am w, u
C A Kuoker. (ia
Baily Whipple, Ky
Miaa I ( Hurley, Mill
B F Hick. Ky
Dr W W Sto-nrt, Mill
K U Harris, Mes
W D Cannon, Tenn
A L Crow, Mill
i B Ilillbouio, Tenn.
W II Babbitt, Tenn
E L Wither n, Mm
K P Hill. Ohio
J Canderm, Mifl
B J Harmon, Mid
Peter Macy, Tenn
U V McCain, Mias
W. H. BINOTIAM Mnio.
Euroi ean plan. Enlarged and refurniahad.
Prioei accordina to lite and loca
tion of roomi.
J H flarlnir. Tel O W K Corloi, III
F Brroder, MO uonaroy, mo
D Arthur, Mo J A Pelui, Ark
EBPapejoy, Mill W H tana. Mim
U II Branob, Mill B F MoAolar, Tr
B B ttordnn. Mm Rev (J I. Neide, Min
Miia Lncy Crrk, Min Mn Mil ingtnn, Tenn
Mn Mill ngion, TennJ W Hpiller, Mm
A K Ward, Tenn D M Cobannii.G
M A Hreene, Mm L Wri.ht, Va
T D Hunt, Mo A Po look, III
D M Lide, Tenn J H hhippey, Ala
W B Jonei, Tenn W Rllarrett, Tenn
J H Crouch, NU K J Keith, N 0
A Hmith. Mim J f, "oodo, city
J A Tappin, Aik K V Pioroo, III
E Burton, Tenn WPItH, Ark
II U Bowen, Ark I) T llartnelt. Mim
K D lwii, Ark L M Uaneng, Mm
OLJonei, Miis J II W heeler. Tenn
C L Brown, T.nn J H Pence, Mm
DLKeher. Tenn A 8 Kyle, Miia
W 11 Davn, Ark E W illiami, Ark
A J Lynch. Ark Jai Lanon, III
MriHttttieTaU, Mi l.
Nol. 61 and 63 Madiion atreet.
B0WLE8 A LKAKE PanraiiTOES.
Katei-12 per day.
Win Tucker, Va 8 J MoPeake. Mill
F K l anier, Tenn P A Bobbnt, Tenn
J A 8ngton, city J II Kice, Tenn
F II Fletcher, Mo Mm Z Jrlalone, Ala
H P MoA'lister, Mill Mn Jordan A2e, Mill
Mi M Camp, Min Mn MoLeod, Mm
W Sneed, Mo W Marsh, Mo.
K Huret, Canada J Mohwan. Ohio
D MoCraoken, Ohio R Reed, Ua
BFerrin, Ga T Barnes, Mo
W Whitman, Mo I) White, Mo
DnBy'a Knropran Hotel.
Cornsrof Adnm and Main itreeU. Rooms
ooo, 760 and l per day; American Plan,
Flnt-olaii Restaurant in tha Hotel.
J.M.DUFFY Uuyn with Poabody Hotel),
J N Wheeler, Tenn
r P niakey. Mo
C Weill, Tenn
C Winkler, Tenn
E J Cra left, Atk
A Morris, Ttnn
R D Lewis, Ark
II N Hinilh, Tenn
A McAbby, Tenn
J Hunt Aw. Ky
N Lewii. Ohio
M V r Tim
C A Brown, N J
T F Donghtry, Tenn
A B Koiell. Miss
P Ford, Tenn
W Williama, Ark
A E Burckiile, Tenn
U F Morris, Ark
0 W Griffin, Ark
A S Johnson, Ky
B He ter, Tenn
0 V West. Miss
P M Morris, Tenn
E II WilliamiAw.Ark J B MoCoriniek, Mo.
N T 8hote 1, Mo J M I'avidion, Arg
W P Oarrott.Tinn
B L Milam, Tena
(J L Wolfe. Va
VI J naraee, i.a
4 S S'i'li. Ark
C 3 Brown, Tenn
W W W illiami. Ark
II RRidgway, Mo
FA Willson, Tonn
J Farm r, Ky
I) S Boone, Ky
J II Thomas, Tenn
b C Lane, Miss
IMPORTER AMD DKALKK IN
bluns, Ammunition, Fluhlng Tackle
and MporLHUHU'g unppnes,
WnOLESALK AND RETAIL.
art Halo Street, Memptala, Tena.
Manufacturing and Repairing of Gnns a
Hpecia'ty. aavie'epnune no. we
Importer and Dealer in
Oani, riablnar Tarhl aad fiporta-
sntia'ahnnplitxa ga- Special attention
erven to M ANUFAlTURLNt and RB
4ia Main BUWeiniililw, Tenn
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importers and dealers In fioaa, Anina.
si I Una and rishlnax Tack I; Halldera'
Hardwars, rlorlrle atitila aad An-
rlatarafor Hotel! ind Hesidenoei.S.S
Main alrtwt, sinpbli, Teinai. Kleotris
supplies always on hand. Repalr'ne neatly
M Hadleoa Rtrtt. Jtemptala, Ts
A FULL itock of Wooden and MeUlllo
Cam and Casket!. Burial Robes, eto.,
alwayion band. Orders by Telegraph or lei-
phone Promn'ly ltt,rlorl to.
SUE A & JHCaBTIIY.rropr's,
140,142,141 Front, Memphis.
ONKOFTHB LA9K8T BOILIR 6H0P8
ia the Hootb. nd hm only eomp eta
work at etaaerlptlon. Speetal
atteattoa rrea topl"i wora.
MARCH 6, 1886.
ttatTTb firm oi GOODBAR & CO. has
ni fihnm Rnainaaa in mnnactinn With
CalliooU. of Coldwater. Mias., under the
in the past and hope for a continuance ot
A. B. eOARBABt.
Late of Ooodbar A Co., Memphii.
Lata of Ooodbar A I e., Memphia.
(GfOOBlBAR, LOE 5 0,
3G7 & 3G9 Main
We are tow receiving a large and En'lrely New Sta k of Eaitnrn and
Spring Trade of 1386, which we effor at Uoi k ltotiom Prices),
We have EXCLUSIVE control in this
lowing lines of CUSTOM-MADE tiooJs, ail of whi.-.h we
warrant to civs perfect satisfaction :
George Hocker's celebrated Men's Calf Boots.
Brady & Bbortell's Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoes.
T. M. Harris ACo.'s Philadelphia made Children's Shoes.
Also, L. W. Nate A Co.'s Kip B rowans and Plow Shoss
the best Broirans made in the United States heretofore
bandied by Gcodbar & Co.
We are the only hones in this Market handling the cele
brated Krippendorf, Dittmann & Co. line of Ladies' and
Misses Kid, Goat and Calf CUSTOM Goods EXCLU
SIVELY, nnder the Factory Brands.
MILLIONS IN IT!
YftS, There's Millions In
It for the Poor.
The Rich Also Made Happy.
Fortune Is Knocking at
Every Man's Door.
Wise and Save Cash, and
Patronize the Misfit
. The man who ear as big money and
spends it as fast as he 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 ol 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 ths 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 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
the Misfit Clothing Parlors will serve
you well and give you satisfaction.
Your time has come. A plain
.i i . r r
warning to tne resiaonvs oi iuem
phis. Your time has come, but a
time for JOY instad of sorrow.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors, 262
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 Pants.
262 Second St., Memphis,
0pp. Court Square.
Remember, all alterations to
insure a perieoi nt uuuo n
eharge, by a first-olass tailor.
mr open Evening mUI o eloeK,
Salenlaii netll II.
Jobs Otmton, Ja. C. N. BBOSTisoa.
OVERTON & GROSVEWUn
Real Estate Dealers
tkOENT e BBOKEK8.
Offic'-, 264 Second Street.
m ... ayMat Sksad Ooart,
RPAL IfTTAXS BOUHT AND BOLD.
Taxes Paid, Koats Oollooted. ate., on
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers.
3 18 Jlaln St., Memphis, Tenn
ci.i.1.. tm bUrs tram Bnalnaaa
Wa OBer var Kntlra
STOCK AT COST.
D1L II. E. BULLINGT0N,
S7 auii street, i Memphis, lent.
Ived, and wa bare reonraniied oor interert in the Waolede Boot
, Lot, late of Warren, Loe & Co., 8U Louis, Mv, and Mr. J. C
Mr. W. K.
style of and firm name given below. We
W. K. LOTE.
Late of Warren. Love A
and 18 Gayoso Streets,
OFFICE .No. 24 HIGH
d maae Dy any competing maraeu
market of the fol
We also control
own brands, vis :
ORGILL BROTHERS & Co
310 nd 313 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Wa ae J net In Kecelpt of a Lars; Hhlpmant of
R. R. Plows, Columbus Steel Drag Scrapers,
W11E t LB AERO W S, SH0YELS, TICKS, MATTOCKS,
And a Complete Line of CAMP OUTFITS.
DES JARDIHS, MILLER & ROOTES,
No. 394 WAIN STREET WEWPiTIiEFHSEE.
Janet H. Ooodbar Won. L. Clark Enaiena J. fJarrlnsitoa rraak . lease
fSBIas t Alallalxecl lBOO.l
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
TJITE offer to MKBCHAHTS) SLY the
have arer broosht to this market,
stylos br ant boase In toll or any otner cut
made toodi, Inelndini the lILaBKalllouiJBR m w"""7f7S'
. i i i . mtJX r HmuIi tnr Mn. Woman. Missel and Children . Wa
carry a number of the belt makes in tho country, in eyers yarlety and stile, aad among
them Ittae well known Hen's Calf Boots and Shoes manufactured by Oeo. Hooker for onr
Sprint Trade. e alio carry a ohoioe line of Ladiei' and Misses' Custom Kid. Boat and
Calf Soodi, manufactured by Krippendorf. Dittman Co. We invite i the trade to eiamina
our stock before buying elsewhere, and we I uaraotee averythins we l,gfilli$Sa'
PaceesBors to P0H1EB, T1IL0B CO
E. WITZHAMT- Co
Sola Atents for tha ioUowlns Flrtt-Olast InitramaaU'
aar A NKW 7-0CTAVK
Write for Ost1omi. 7V oat. 8 J nn.l
John . nnllivnn.
Wholeaale Orocera, Cotton .Factor
And Commission Merchants.
232 and 234 Front St, Hemphis, Teas.
BBTWKEH ADAMS AHD JKFTKaWOIt ,
N. RAINET derotos hlshole time to the weihinf ana tvm oi wnoa onvu.iea
to on. chare.. Qtn W.roho.ia.. Ws.hiogton atroet.
ANDREW 8TEWAET. New Orleans. I ANDREW D. Q WYNNE, Memphis
STEWART, CillE & CO.,
KO.S56 AND S5S FROST STREET, JtXMPHIS, Xlima,
STEWART BROTHERS ti COHPAHY
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IfFV OmJEAaNH. TFTHTAJiA.
Sternberg & Son.
TOBACCO, CIGARS & PIPES,
336 Front St., Cor. Union, Memphis, Tenn,
thank our friends for their patranagw
A. B. GOODBAR
J. II. GOODBAR.
LaU of Coldwater, Mua.
Co., St. Looii
Cuatom-Made Boots and Shoes for ths
on as liberal terms as can
following Specialties nnder oar
& Co.'s Men's Grained Call
TOM-MADE Bals, Bui ton and Congress.
Goolbar, Love & Co.'s Men's N.K. Call CUSTOM
MADE Bals, Button and Congress.
Goodbar, Love .& Co.'s Ladies' Kid and Goat CUSTOM-MADE
Flexible Polish and Botton $3 00 Shoes.
Oar Ltdies' $3 00 Shoes are made from ths best se
lected Cnracoa Kid and Tampico Goat Stock, and have
Solid Sols Leather Counters and Flexible Inner Soles
and ws warrant them to fit and give perfect satisfaction
in every restwet
IP 11 IS
1 antes t atdbest stoek or Boots ana onoos era
and which cannot be lurrasied In qnality and
In addition to
a complete line ot tasiern
. W. MACRAE.
PIANO FOR wj t)I1(
835 SKfOKD HT. W FUtPHIH
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