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LoalsrlUf ,Jfr w Orlfui Tnu B'j
A-WHhall llnea entering Memphle.
6-W.th M.N. W. R. fc. lor Helena.
O-for lenville end Uunting toa, and all
A M. toa v,
B L B D . 1 1 I m
-With N.. i
R. H. for ftatcee ead
F-Fnr Peiem ob too Branch.
O Withitaenera lav Bayoe Sera.
Jl With reitroade diverging (or lorlda ul
Pillnu Biff.) Weeping Carjoa all traing.
J AS. M. KDWAlDri. V. H. .nddM.
M. BliRKK, 0ral Bup'U
A. J. m AIT. U. A.
lMMlll TW1MI oa. Feet
ail traialeavei daily at 4 30 p .; arrivea
a t:4i a.m. Local freight leavea at 6:40
a.m. I arriTM at 4:30 p.m. fraiiht ttaiea
Noa. t aad raa tri weekly, ho. leavea
lloaphia Monday, Wednoeday and Friday.
Uaaaai Cagr. rlBBtlrldt aaf
rale. Train laa M. and T. depot ai fol
wa: N., mail and eipreaa, leavea daily
at 11 :M a.m. t No. t, mail and expreee, ar
rive, at S:Su .. No. 66, Bt. Loan eipre.',
leave dailr at p.m. i No. 65, Bt. Louii
iprera, arrive at e:."6 a.m.
Maaapbla aa Little But It. Tralni
mora a fbllowa (osntral ate.idud tuna):
No. 1 leave deilr at t:& p.m. ; arrival at
l:il,a, No. J laavea at6 fi5 a.m. : arrivea
atS:Ma.m- No. (freight) leavea liopeneld
daily (aio.pt bund.y) at tM a.m.i arriraa
NewperlMewoaaal Mlaaieelppi Val-ley.-lreine
mora aa lollowi: No. I (laat
lie. dailr) leavea at 11 :80 a.m. No. 1 leavea
at 11:40 p m. dailr. bt. Iwnli lut lino
leavea dailr at bM p.m. No. 7 (tint lina
dailr) arrivea at 1:30 p.m. Mall and ex
preai arrive! dailr at .H:l.Sa.in. Bt. Louti
(ail lina arhrat dailr at 8:05 a.m.
Mrmphla and 4'barlrafoa Tralni
bioto ai fjllom: Thrnuirh aipreil laarn
daily at 10: a) p.m. Blail and ciprani la-itc)
dailr at;8:10a m. Bomarvilla arfnm'uuda
tiun Ixivri dully, atoupt bunlay, at ;-tli
p.m. Throofb aipreva arriren iltily I6;1'
a.m. aiau ana aipre'f ar'ive. uiny ai f :oj
p.m. fconiarviila coiDDioativa arriraif
Hii, except Similar, at 13 a.m.
iAaitil" mnA Nalivlllr Trnlci
Dnra ai followa: y't mini arrival dally at
4:.')i.m.: Icava at 1H:1 p.m. t mail laavra
dilr at 9:00 a.m, Drown-villa aomnumo
(laViom ;rai 0re',l''Sond:,' ' oit0
j m.t mail arrival dailr at 6:01 p.m,
Browmvilla i cooinmodatiun arrival I'.i r.
iDaptBundar. at II 40a.m. (itandard tiuia).
Momuhla. Hlrinlliam and Allan-
llr Iloih Brrinai ltouto-Traini mora aa
followi: No 1 laavai Mainphil daily at 3:45
a m. arrival at llullr Mirmn al 0:.Al p.m. t
No. i laavaa llnllr Hprmm dmlr at :U0
a.m.i arriTei at Mamtihii at '1 :1
laarai Mimphil daily at 7:110 p
i II :16a.ui.i No.
at llollT Hnrinaa at 11:0V P.m. I ISO. s laaran
jlolly Hurinn dailr at V:30 a.ui., arrirai at
lampbia ua:aa a.m.
WiiuiauTOK, March V, im.
1 o'clook a.m. J
For Momplila and vicinity : CViUlor
ml fuir wiiitbor. Hlmt rrcHcont, red
For Trnnmct and the Ohio Vulky:
OalfjA mrtlvrn vindt ami ffir wenthrr.
MnarRia, TmN'March t, 1.
Abl MAIL. Soeia.
Mtmrh . 4:00 a.m 11:00 a.a
Uim,T.rZZ C : a.m :.
Virkabarg. D 1:1" : a.m
iV ImII K.. : e.a :W a.m
Vih.l v 6:'J a. an U:.m .m
KXI'KKt. Soala. North.
fTi. U;lino'n I : p. an
Cl.ii 8:JP "
Vica.berg 7:li p.ni T:8u a.m
J 1:09 a)
8:00 p Hi
Maximum tornparature, 64 4.
Minln um temperature, S0.0,
liainfnll, 0 00. '
All obaervationi are taken on 75s
meridian UnW which is one honr
farter that tretl timw.
Blmk Houtt U-night.
The grand jiry meets to-day.
A school-hollo is to be built in
The Crimina, Court will not ho in
ncttiion thin weeL
Ben I.oOranwaH Uken in by the
police ytwtonlay for carrying a pistol.
The City llaEway Company bad a
ofrce of hands bisy ycstenlay repair
ing tboir tracks (liMaiustreet.,
The Cititeim Itailwijy ure anxious
to liniHh their track to Klinwuod
while the good wntjer foiiliiiuiw.
The Confodo-ato H'ntorical Asso
ciation will hold Jieir rr Jnlar inontlily
meeting Uvniglitint 39 Jlulimui streei.
Tho iron ivered cotton bule,
Judge I )oiiL'tas'f patent J was exhib
ited attheCottok Kxchaijgo yeHterday.
Henry Mixjlcn, anfd fourteen,
had his leg brold)n by n' fall from a
runaway horse in lAudirdalo street
Sunday evenincl I
In the Oirdiit touj
miit for i 10,000 jwaa cnt
Fifth Avenue Rank of
ta hy the
W. J. Scanan followsJaaanschek
at tbs MeTph'sfTheater ii a new play
called Shane tt Lawn. nr. Hcanlan
will lntrodnca lis latest sdngs,
Bhcriff Camion yestetlay arresknl
J. It. Smith, Ai Polish ilew and a
waU'h tinker for stcalibg a watch,
and jailed hint to await tfc arrival of
offiwrg from yatcs, Tennj
The fortf-second aijiiversary of
the Grand United Order of Indepen
dent Odd-Fellows (rolorttl) takes placo
Thursday evening, Marcl IS IKSo, in
Odd-Felfows' Hall, corntr I'nion and
. rH-eond streets. i
Licenses Ut marry were, issued
yesterday to Nat Scott aid Rosa Miller,
O. 1. HaWy and Miftiu Shaukle,
Pobe MuttbeTiR and )lary Turner,
AV in. Jones and Kmnm! l')avis, 11. M.
.juurge and wary aiutptiy.
flic Kniirlits of tlm'Mvhtic Krewe
wrill eclebnite Mardi Ciais with a trades
procession and a gntld initmiuerade
and fancy dress ha 1 to-night at the
imposition tmiMing. lhcy promise a
real treat to those who attend
Gus Hurt, who rewides ntGcrnian
town, and has a brother living at 4"
Jones avenue, fell from the train on
the Memphis and Charleston railroad
near McGeo's Station, late yesterday
evening, and had both arms broken.
The Iialtiuiore and Ohio Telegraph
Company art) busv lavinir a cable
across the river to the foot of Georgia
street. 1 lie coil fell in the river n
day, and some delav was occasioned
but it will probably Ins in position in
uai nexi nay or two.
-Mr. B. W. Hirsh, attorney for the
Kquitable GasliL'bt Coiiinaiiv of Mem
phis, yesU'rday tiled an uppfication for
a charUr for that company with the
following named Incorporators: No-
land Font-line, ,1. V. Cochran, T. II
Milburn, Win. Knt7.i-nliewr. J. II
Martin, L. Hanau. r and J. T. lVttit.
Two Italians Augustus Marceand
Antonio rarra, wern arreht'd yester
day while rati n; out of garbage boxes.
One of them wart smar. in bin lips
when the ofI5."vr coeted him and had
a decayed shirkoo. nndor his arm
i is2(J N.W.
1 '518 N.W.
1 48 8 NR.
whit'h he gate np with extrt'aa iv-hu'taiu-e.
A t-hanrc ol vaKram-y was
entered oioBitf tlii'ir nanitn.
The office under theConrt-IIoor
at present occupied by tbe Public Ad
ministrator and Attorney-Geneial are
to be rented out, and thre officers
men room eleewbrrr. Tbe County
Conrt, it s likely, will be moved into
the old United hlatee Conrt rocra on
tbe third flor, and thecoart-roora va
cated (firen over to lbe ote of politic
and politicarjfc dnrlnf the campaiftn.
r-Tlie tullant Julia UnulW-y tame
out of the contcHt at St Itrii'ln 1iaar
last nisht, winning the diamond pin
onVrpcla a iirhto to the nnwt xnilar
ramlidnt lor County Trunttft by
nearly SO0 votes over tbe next man.
Ilia total vote watt lOil. Hi friend,
w hom be iiuinliem by woreH in every
walk of lie, rallied to bin atandard on
the but nifrht with a fervor typical of
the teal they will dixiilay in the cuii-
vam later on.
The aarvey of tbe Pensacola and
Memphia railroad. startiDR at I'enaa
cola on the Golf of Mriico, where
there ia a peifexitly land locked harbor
with twenty-aix feet of water at tbe
wharves, rone north, and then north
west, tbronnh the rich alluvial lands
of Alabama and the great plneilee and
black walnut and oak groves of Mis
sissippi. cnncectiDs with the Missis
sippi and Tennessee railroad at Gren
ada, that has its other terminus at
Memphis, giving it a direct outlet to
tbe great granaries of the Northwest
by tbe Memphis, Hpringfield and Kan
The eighth anniversary of Minn
Iwibel Coleman was celebrated hy a
pleaHant reunion of her littlo friends
at the residence of her parent, on
hVeond street. The following is a lint
of those present: Eva Halle, Sadie
Ilejach, Martha Mitchell, Hosa Colin,
Florence Colin, ISclla Jorris, Florence
Kahn, Innnco Levy, (iertriule llerr.og,
Corinnti Heraog, Ilattiu lirooks, Helen
("'amter, Lulu Lyman, Isy llarttert,
Klnrenco Cohn.'Seliiia lirown, Miss
Heririettit Itiixliaum, Judith May, Ar
thur lirown, Herbert Collet, Sydney
ItroiJiH, Jlerliert Jirooks, Sydney
Jlcjiiih, Julian Jav, Maxie Adler,
('lurenro Coleinan, Hurry Coleman
Hud Henry Kellers.
leans, via Holly Springs,
to New Or-Bound-Trip
Sun ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and Laundry on ncventb page.
Fob kalaomining telephone 600, A.
Memphis 8tainid Glass Works, 230
Third street. Call and see.
Bazar catalogues and handsome
it vies for spring; 44 Noitb Court.
II. IUttkniikiki is a candidate for
Magistrate of the Fifth Civil HiHtrict.
Election March 10th.
0, P. FSuith, veterinary surgeon,
office F. A. Jones & Co., (il Monroe
street. Jiesidence, Fiansioli House.
Tiik Nashville Sensation-Gold Iirick
Swindle. Wonderful success. Valen
tino's Go'.d Brick Tolu. Chew it.
Tns finest and beet selected stock
t flxtures in the city, at bottom
p,icV. ftl"T0rj. '
OkXkral repairing tlone hy fcompe
tont worknien t VuO Qinningham
Wagon-Works, cornfer of Monroo and
Desoto Bt reels.
Tns Deeoti Oil company is prepared
to fill orders for ths highest grades of
finished fertilisers and feitiliaing ma
terials. Tin Throat ".Brown'i Bronchial
Trochn" act directly on tbe organs cf
the voice. They have an extraordi
nary effect in all disorder of the
Pianos. Bargains in pianos. E A.
Bensin, 310 Main stroet, opposite Pea
body, is ottering his stock of Pianos
at first cost. Give bltn a call, and
don't f jrgel it, as he means business.
Ths Herbal Chill dure, the best
tonioand anti-periodio known. A oar tain
and iurs aura lor chilli. Prioa SI par bot
tle Hand if ami for oireulan. Any ref-a-tK
gixon. Addran John 0. Knokar,
Tub most efficacious stimulants to
excite tbe appetite are Angostura
Bitters, prepared by Dr. J. U. is. Hie-
gcrt & Sons. Beware of counterfeits.
Ask your grocer or druggist lor tne
IIaviko arrived from New York,
completion my spring and summer
stock, and having purchased these
goods in Oitaber, impotted expressly
f r me from the great exporters, Do -meuil
& Freres of Paris and London,
also, Poquet & Co. of Paris, I wish tj
say to ray customers and the public
bat 1 nave tne largest and cnoiceet
stock of piece goods for gents' wear
ever presented in Memphis, compris
ing all the choicest nove ties and new
est designs in tbe French and English
maiket. Having selected these goods
in person from the agents of those
bouses, who came to sell me person
ally and no other house in the city, I
have selected 1600 extra pants of the
moet beautiful designs of French and
Enalish trouserinm. I auk an inspec
tion by the Memphis public of a mam
moth stick of elegantly selected goads
at the c 111" of slaobr,
Cor. Booond and Jeflanon Sta., Moinphli.
Kolltl Silverware at Miillbrd'a
A lellhtliil Allrtlr.
Col inh's grand excursion t) New
Orlt aos oa Ma'ch 17th tbe cheapest
inns;, delightful and attractive trip on
record. Doa't miss it Yon may
never have another such opportunity
o visit the beautiful "'Crescent City"
tbe grra American Exposition. Don't
hricet the date, March 17th. Head
advertisement and further particulars
in snother column. .
Monogram llanglen; Mill To rd.
Advice f Mothers.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup
should always be need when children
are cuttieg teeth. It relieves tbe little
snfferer at once ; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
wakes as ''bright ss a button." It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothes
the child, softens tbe gams, allays all
rain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the beet known remedy
fir diarrhoea, whether arising from
Uethmg or other causes. Twenty-five
Fine W atch repairing at Malford's.
Dyeing and Cleanlus;.
Lnd'es' and gents' clothes ileaied
or dyed in any color, also kid glove,
r-stnch feat he's and lace curtains by
L.nis Reigel, f8 Jefferson stroet, Mem
phis, Tenn. (toods ruenlnod by express.
Mnlford, Jewelt r, 294 Main, so
lociU orders from the rouotrj.
Mrs. It. Sciri'MA has gone East on a
.Tunis Livingston of Brownsville, a
prominent daadidate for Chancellor iu
bis district, was in the city yesterday.
Mi s Lauisc SNEtn of Memphis
reached New Orleans late in the week,
and is stopping at the St. Charles Ho
tel Arw Urltum Ttmf-IkmocmL
A sew competitor in the grocery
trade is the firm of McGehee & Wites
man, who will shortly open in Napo
leon Hill's new building, on the
rorner of Main and Gayoso streets.
The location is all that could I de
sired, and the new house liegins its
career under the mot favorable cir
cumstances, having all the capital re
quired and possessing an on usual de
gree of "pood will," the partners
having a host of friends in and alout
Memphis. Mr. Edmund McGchec for
the past ten years has been engaged
as a planter and merchant near the
city, while Mr. C. E. Witesnian for
ovor thirtwn years lias been con
nected with the Arm of B. Lowen
stein A Bros, Mr. W. K. Hill, who is
known to the trade in Memphis and
throughout the surrounding country
as a former representative ol C. lv.
Ryan 4 Co., is with Messrs. Mt-Gehee
I. GOLDSMITH b BROS,,
34 Mala direct,
Wholstale Dealer in Dry Goods,
Notions, Clothing, Gents' Fur
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We invite all country merchants
visiting the market this season to
come and inspect our goods before
fiurchaoiog. As we buy strictly
or cash we are able to give you
close prices and save you from 16
to 20 per cent on your purebcre.
Job Lots from Eastern auction
salts always on hand.
I. (iOLDSMITIl &, BROS.
A iirUKKlt htorf.
Mr. Isaao C. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., wriies us: "I have
f it the t ait ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Bub a-a for
the Lnngs. I can say of it what I
cannot say of 'any other medicine, I
have never heard a customer (peak of
it but to praise its virtues in the high
est msnner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whoiping
cough, with the happiest effects. I
have used it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
Order Medals at Mulford'H.
The Nest Drawing
In the Louisiana Stat i Lottery, to take
place next Tuesday, 16th instant, will
beagiaid extmordlnary even', with
tbe capital prize $160,000. All who
want an interest in this grand distri
bution should make application for
tickets at an early Jy, as they are go
ing off r- ,0,, Vof farther particu
apply at 6 Wert Court strett.
Old K i oi uv r t'keB M,b
mt Hoirord's, 9i Main.
Marill Uran Hall
at the Naat)rium, or skating rink,
corner Jefferson and Fourth streets,
Tuesday night, March 0. Good music
and general erjjoyment.
Gel HilMlr La;omaralaa to do
IS BXM0V1D BT TBI USI OF COCOAIHS,
And it stimulates and promotes the
growth of the hair.
Burnett's Flavoring Etrt.a re ths
do to Rntledae Icomnralno for
your riamblua- and Una-tllllna-.
ADDITIONAL ItlVEIC NEWS.
WEATHER AND RIVERS.
Ofkk-r Signal Skrvick, U. S. A.,
Mkmi'iiis, March 8, 1 p.m. j
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 75 meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
M e m phis time: .
VicasBDRQ, March S. Night De
risrted : John F. Walton and tow, New
Cincinnati, March 8. Night River
15 feet on the gauge and tailing.
Weather partly cloudy.
New Orleans, Ma'ch 8. Night-
Arrived: K. o. Haves and barsea. bt
Lnuis. Dsnarted: R. 8. Hayes and
barges, St Louis.
EvAN8viLLE,Marcb 8. Nighk River
about falling, with 15 feet 4 incnes on
ths gango. Weather thermometer
40 to 4rj. Departed : Ohio, Memphis,
6 p.m.; Thomas Sherlock, Cincinnati,
Louibvilli, March 8. Night River
falling, with 6 feet 0 inches In the canal
aod 5 feet 7 inches on the falls. Busi
ness tair. Weather clear and pleawnt.
Arrived: J. A. Wood and Silas P. Ooe
and tow, New Orleans.
Bt Laula Pravtaloa Harkct.
St. Louis, Mo , March 8. Provisions
dull, but priors were firm early in the
day, hot closed easier. Pork steady.
$10 65. Lard f ay, ft.DOc Bulk meats
-lt.oe bits, long clear, 5.S0.V, short
ribs, 6.4V1 : short cluar, 5 60c ; b.xid
lots taiy; Imid clear, fiio; short ris
6jc; short cha', 6,0. Baton steady;
louu etaar. olo: fhort ribs, 51(nn0Oc
short clear, 6c. Hams steady, HKHo
Butter st a ty ; creamery, 2&(aVJOc bid
dairy, 182u K,gs wak, o.
APPEAL-TUESDAY, MAKCII 9, 18S6.
W.H. BINOBAM Mamoaa.
Earoptaa plan. Kolan I and rtlurniihad
1 rioaa according to liae aad loca
tion of rooma.
Klriar. Ark JOtirar. Ark
W V V.. Ion., Bolivar Vrr Friedman, tfa
T Or.hapi, Teoa
airrto uiaraa, ft w L Urabani, Tann
R IL La H ilaon. Ark
A uriver. Ark
W KHadler. liM
K M W riant, Teaa
A M Wjon, Mim
P M Winuri, Tena
J V Hall, Ala
lr J VCok. MI'f
KorarH Clark, Tann
C (retia, Tann
J r- Hulliraa Aw, Tana
i A tocaa, it-nn
r Manama, Ark
M T T . 1 1-
J fiulliran. Mm W M Keller, Tena
J Parker, Tea L M PhiMna, Miu
J WCunniDaham.UUi J KiylM. Tann
Miu Vernon, Ark J B Lindl., Tann
1) LConwar, Ark C North, Ark
W A llonaton. Ala J W VerrT. Ark
WPKuelton.Miai 0 J naa, Mi-l
KSKeadr, Ark J li Park, Aim
U A Peierxon, Nab 0 P lUUey. Ark
W 1 Moraan Aw. Ark W W gaillinc. Ark
S A Porter, Ark M W Qu,llin( Ae, Ark
W K II arvay, Mim J Litfe, Kr
JT Warner, Tonn Mr J G I.atta te. Ark
YKM.rton, Va A H Smiih, Mim
P H 8'nilh, Mim A V Kalifliarfa. Ho
J W Leonard, Teaa P H McUufler, Uiu
WACuan.MiM A Millar, Tenn
W K Harvey, Tana J J Houiton, Mini
J L Pitta, Va J W Uarrott, Miaa '
J I) Martin, MiM 0 1 Dye, Ark
T Polk, Tannw W L Rioe. Tenn
C J Homer. Mo C Hildebrand, N 0
J T Maber, Mia W K Borrum, Mid
J, Cuaainsbani. Kin (1 U Becker. Ky
J P Maplai, Miaa U 0 Montcomery.Ulii
TJ Latimer, Tenn J L Adam., Tenn
Miu 6 Oreen, Tenn V W llowardAw, Tana
, . J 8 Piniler. Tenn.
S ? Carriniton.Miai Mim Cairiniton, Miu
II J Lin.toy, Tenn K Koddy Aw. Teoa
Jaa A Paine, Miu J 11 Pieid, Mill
K Brort. Miia O J Moore, Miat
H J Cyput. Ark C H Meriwether. Miu
H Moran. Ark Mn E tj Williamn, Kaa
W P Stefbana. MIm A W Brockway, Tann
J LPitli, Tenn.
C.B. GALLOWAY A CO PaoraitToaa.
Katea tl 50 and I) per day, according to
lixa and location of room Special
K 0 Te'elalre, III P L Brintrnll Aw, N T
Mm J Brintroll, NY J Painimore, N Y
b A lldllmi. Tenn J D Lnckhart, Tenn
DJ (Stone, Ky B J lioimer, M n
JFportell.NY JPHead, Tonn
K 11 Aahnor. Tenn E W Murrell, Tenn
J II PetnoT. Tann
H Fuchterintt, Obio
W K Ponuiann, N Y
(1 RBarnei. Ill
il o llii kareon, M y
K H UuiorJ. kr
J Nenle, N Y
r A Loiter, Ark
L,(iPy.D""t iS.rk D J Brown. Ark
lipn aym, n r
Mn Mayor. Miaa
S D luii. NY
A J Pembroke, Obio
Mn M Kced, Mo
H Harrison, h Y
B W Tate, S 0
H W Lowin. Kr
K II Hart. N Y
U W Kecd, Pa
J Cook. Ky
II Keed, Mo
I. H i-loie Aw, Mo
II Pnnko. N v
ii B Lewii. 8 C
M S Loneh, N Y
J W Unrenbrinht.N Y C fma l.lr.NY
UV Ia um. Ky II U Matkek, Ky
u n Lieuirrni, tenn
Mr. McUrutb, Miu
Mn Pennine. Mim
(1 W Duwdy, Tenn
M P Ki'inloy, Miu
S W Oarritiin, 'iann
ti I. Kowor, Mian
JU Rapelye, N Y
n llookor, Ark
A S.linitr, Ark
L White. Tenn
L Herman, Tenn
P Hulloran. Ky
W C llenman. N Y
BM Hildrotb, Va
8 A Bifhoit, Ark
L Kroll. Ark
V Kottinan, Ark
h Luni ert, Tex
J uirii-u, Tenn !T W Kil.utrick,Miu
I L Judsnn. Kf
i 1, ...il M V
i J Saddler, Cana
J u unit, ill
C 11 Morton. M,l
it I nanoen w, Ari Mri Alcorn, Mul
J II Hill. Tenn JPllall.AI
M Ii Cullini, Mill 0 B Jonaa, Mill
8 W 8nwri, Mill W A Ntouna, Tenn
MiuVNeilaon.La H K Bullinitton, La
A W Motlilt, Ala SCimklin, Ua
A RCarrinnton, Va i Curtis, Mo
JK Hall. Mo M D Howell, Mo
JW Bobbin, NY SMarriiAw, NY
O W Morriion, N Y K H Hill. Ky
H P (li nurd, III B 0 Turnhell. Mi-h
J W Anderson, Tenn 8 0ipenheimer, Iann
B J Boylaton, Tenn J M Bradley. Mo
J C fcatai, Mo C T Booker, N Y
J I) Jnnoi, ajiii Wra Sniythe, Miu
A .VcNuiry, Tenn W L tiurpriie, Tenn.
Tbe Hew Uayoao.
FARRINOTON, BTEWAIIT A WHITE,
Ratoi, t2 50 to II per day, according to loca
tion of rooms.
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V W Webi er. Ill 0 W Mlllni, St Louli
T A Milina, Ohio
J 8 Wonlley, Fla
8 F. Fiicher, 111
T V I'avia Atk
I S II rriion. Mill
J S burke, li3ih
J C Ilonild. Ark
D8 M Kay. Ill
B I) Corke, N X
W AJvadtf iw.AU
" t; P irter. Tex
M C O Imere Af, Qa
V W Wo d.Ky
(! W Learned, Boil on
J Vanderhnrg, Te n
O N Karoben, Ohio .
Miit A Hunter, Mill
8 Newbur.er. Miai
(i o Baldwin, Wil
A 11 llnnt, KoUon
J M Robbini, N Y
8 Bethby. Ohio
J Newbarirer, Miu
J M Preatridze, Mill J L Peckbav. Mo
Win lleadioaton. Md J 8 Water bold. Mo
F lie wkim, city B D UodKei, Ark
M C Oani, Tenn ' J E Coin, Tenn
J W Fuliner, Tenn H M Mc.'allum, Tenn
K Unneer. Tenn U U Webb. 6 O
TT Taller, HO J P McLawa, Tenn
J M Duvii, Tenn C II Forte, Mo
KobtN riemina.MiilM U Wilder, Mo
K II Tern ii e. Vra W J No-thorn... N Y
J B Quig'ey, Tenn L F Tenney, Man
K Lilly, Mo J A Syiveater, Tenn
J H Hon, Tenn J O Jonei, Tenn
K N 1'rou.lwell, tin J U Chmdin Ark
It Ahramaon. Ark K Harnett. N Y
A U Milina AfSt L K W Mitchell, Oa
COCine, NY M V Harriion, alo
li M Diokcraon, iu i n McUormlck, uaio
II A Jobnaon, Mich A Nolen, Ark
E Walteri Aw Ark Mr ' I normally, Ala
Miaa Donnn'ly. Ala O W Jonea. Kr
J A Won-faon, Ark (1 B MrKlroy, Tenn
MiaalK 8miley, Ark Miaa L Kmiley, Ark.
T A llerton, Ohio .1 Boyd, Tonn
K A Jot.ee, lenn Armstrong, Tonn
R K Steaer. Tonn J A Sannaton Aw.Tann
L K Heath. Tenn M 1' inter. Mill
J M Davia, Tenn M M Seay, N Y
J (1 R-ml, Tenn W 1 Hamblef, Tenn
P M Block Aw, Miss W K Lore, Tenn
J A Ikrbera, Tenn W W Willioa, Man
S S .Tumor. Ark
W M Carey. N C
W Mitchell. Mtai
H V Turn.r. Miaa
Mr W R Archer, l C
8 C Kuyk-ndnle, Mill
J N McLeod, Miaa
8 Mann, Pa
J Kuvkandale. Mill J R tloakin. Kr
I K "aunneri, miai v n. mo nin.n lenn
J 8 McTiithe, Tena li E Mitchell, Mali
K woritnogton, nil b Arcuer, mua
Dairy 'a European Hotel.
Corner of Adama and Main itreeta. Rooma,
60c, 73and 11 per dart American flan,
C per day.
Vlrat-plajil lleitaurant in the Hotel.
J. M. VVi VY (10 yra wiih l'eabody Hotel),
TWatten.Hiai J W Baiter, Ark
Mn 1) Hitler, Ark T t'opwell, M 1
J W Maion, Ark C B Hinolair, Ark
KFitihaah, Ark J 0 Riley, Mini
K R Lanier. Tenn J II Pickett. Tena
O W Blaok, Ark J 6 Fulliam, Tana
M Leach. Tenn o t Ford, lenn
A W Croabr. Tel C Adami. Ohio
P M Morrta, Tonn t H Arniatead.Tenn
WKUallett, NX w a orowa, Ark
CCHediick, Ark F Vennetia Aw, III
K J Saranion, Tann K L Ruireri. Tenn
WBhoiei. lnd Traaaell, NI
U I WaUon, Ark II Warmbura, Ark
JSBeale. Tenn W T Uamb eti, Tel
El) Uardy, lei J U in ee, Ark
CJoura, Miu A J Vin'ent, Mill
A Rarteo, Tenn Wra l'helinger, N Y
F W Kiaer. Kr A Voaa, Ohio
J M H addle, Va M L'okr, Tann
W S Brooki. Ark U w Hrnwn. Miaa
8 Morinanr. Miu B L Miiaui, Tenn
JJCraia, Tenn I) Hoffman, Tenu
1) W K ahoiner, lenn J n a i
Miaa Ward, Tenn C B Hurt, Mo
MLNanne. Mill J L Uolmea, Tenn
J M tiliivcri, Tonn R D W alton, Ark.
Nni ft and '3 MadLon 'treet.
BOWLkSA LKAKn! PRoPiirrnRg.
Katea Rl per Oar
ir R Jonea. NI B Buchanan. Neb
1 R i.ermanr, Ala W U Wiliianion.Tann
J W Ilailman, Mo E Lerr, Miaa
T Kchatoin, Miaa CS'au:, Mo
11 1 Cook, Mo 11 Turinare, iann
Miaa 1 nrmaire, Tenn M- Turuiaie, Tann
a .n uen. n i u o i.ooa, ivy
J I) Alanp, Shelby H t Finger, Miaa
W Aiken. Mo W S Siaaon, Tenn
JB Meyer, Ohio IlpWBl) Cliff, Tenn
A Kogera, Puntotoo T B Hn-on A te. Ark
Miaa Kprnn, Ark B 11 Purler, Ma.a
Jenali Currie Aa.Ark K B Willius.LouiiTllle
JMnk, Fa J 0 Wood, Mont
A T Blaine k 2o, Ark H T Imniuale, Ark
J Somen, Ky D Henry, Ky
Una Cartin, Cairo Jaa Ked, Cairo.
A book of 100 paa.
ii beat book for
an adv. tiaartoeon
inlt, be he epert
enoed or otherwi-e
son' aim luta ol
nea papera and atlm'e " tneooatef ad
Tertlalnc. Thaadrertiaerwhowani; toapead
one dollar, finda in It toe information re
qulrea, while for hira who will invaat one
hut dred thouaand d.,llar in advertiaing, a
chen e il indicated which will meet nil
every reuil'finent, or ean be made to do ao
by iliaat ehanii- eaiily arrived at bv oorre
pnndnoe. One hui dred and Bllr-three
editiona have been iai' bent, poatpaid,
to any arldreaa lor ten V',T,J? 0 ?A'
P. ROKLL A Co , S bWbPAl'fcH AD
VKHTI81NU BUREAU.10 'praeaat, (Print
In g JliaetarjNe wllJ,.
TTI T1! Initant rel'f. Final enre In
X ALjJv. ten daya, and never ntarna.
Mo purge, noaalve, do aopPltory. buOer
era will learu of . ample remedy. Free, by
addraaaing O.J. MA0w. 1 Il- N'Y'
! aK2e Tk. a . Ai nrs tm t l rf v.
luoiuuiui uwvoaa a. ii. um uwu uienjirou, ana wo nave roorxauiavi our ruwren in mr. nuiiTaie xxxjs
and fcboe Bnsiness, in connection with Mr. W. E. Love, late ol Warren, Love A Co., H. Lonis, Mo., stid Mr. J. C.
Caliicott, of Coldwater, Miss., nnder the style of and firm name given below. We thank our friendc fir their patronage
in the past and hope lot a continuance of their favors. A. B. GOODBATU
o J. H. GOODBAR.
A. B. SIOADBAB, I. II 34ODBAB, W. K. LOYC. J. C. rALLiroTT,
LaUof Ooodbar ACo.,Mempbii. Lata of (joodbar A t o., Mamphii. Lataof Warren. Lore A Co., 8t. LoU. Late of Coldwater. Miat.
GOOBBAR, LOVE '& GOe.
3C7 k 3G9 Main
We are now receiving large and Entirely New Nt?k of Eaatorn and
Spring Trade oi 1&&6, which ws offer at irttx-k Uottoni 1'rlcet,
We have EXCLUSIVE control in this market of the fol
lowing lines cf CUSTOM-MADE Goods, all of whish we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction i
George Uocker's celebrated Men's Calf Boats.
Brady & Shortens Boys'. Youths'. Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoes.
l. M. usms 4 Co. Fbiiadripbia made Children's Shoes.
Also. L. W. Nute & Co.'s Kin Broeans and Plow Show
tbe best Brogans made in the United States heretofore
handled by Ocodbar A Co.
We are the only house in this Market handling the cali
brated Krippendorf, Dittmann & Co. line of Ladies' and
Mists' Kid, Goat and Calf CUSTOM Goods EXCLU
SIVELY, nnder the Factory Brand.
Keep Off the Crossing, for
the Bargain Train
Iaook Out When the
See the Rich Prizes the
Misfit Clothing Par
lors Are Offering.
Seasons come and seasons go, and
the time for thin and new clothing
is at hand. Although the Misfit
Clothing Parlors have not talked
muoh through the newspapers during
the past month, we have been re
markably busy. We have enlarged
and improved our accommodations
for displaying goods. We have es
tablished purchasing agenoies'jn new
cities, and sought by every means
possible to offer our customers better
bargains than we ever offered before.
We have succeeded because the way
to win suocess is to work for it.
We are receiving new goods almost
daily, and already have on hand a
magnificent assortment of goods.
We can show all the latest styles and
for the large patronage bestowed
upon us wo foci very thankful. The
best way to win patronage is to do
serve it. It is our great fauilities lor
getting fine tailor-made clothing so
low that enables us to offer it at such
very cheap rates. Cheap buying is
the secret of low prices, and al
though oar goods are the finest in
the world, they actually cost us less
than we would have to pay for in
ferior ready-made clothing,
Please give us a call. Wc are
proud of our Bpring stock and want
you to inspect it whether you want
to buy or not.
Remember, all alterations to im
prove a fit done free of charge by
first-class tailors in our Parlors.
2G2 Second St., Memphis,
Opp. Court Square.
tr Opoa Kvaalnara aatll t o'clock.
Wafrrta.a tin HI II.
Johh OvgBTOH, Ja. C. N. Oaogviaoa.
Real Estate Dealers
AQKIVTH eft BBOKEKS,
Ofiioe, 284 Second Street.
a, M. ajor. aeaiaa aaael tioara,
Rl, I8TAT1 B0U8HT AND BOLD.
Taxei Paid. Rente Ooileeted, ate., ea
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Imnortere and dealert In aa, Ameaa
mmA a-iah.M lark . Hoiiara
Hardware, Mwirlo Mil aa A
aaaeit.lror Uotela and He.liaacea,S49
Mala alreet, Hrmpkla, Teaa Eleotrie
nppliei alwaya oa hand. &eaairrai nealiy
J : i a .
and 18 Gayoso Streets,
OFFICE .No. 24 HIGH
re maue oy any competing market.
We also control
ORGILL BROTHERS & Co
310 tMid 313 Front Street, Memphis, Teun.
We are Jaat in Keeelpt of m Imrgt Nblrmriit or
R. R. Plows, Columbus Steel Drag Scrapers,
WUEJbLB A11R0 H, 8 HOVELS, TICKS, MATTOCKS,
And a Complete Line of CAM1 OUriU S.
DES JARDINS, MILLER & BOOTES,
No. 394 MAtTt STREET M KWPIITV, TENNESSEE..
Jimra H. Ooodbar Win. 1 Clark Eogcna J. Cnrrlntdou I Frank U. Jgaea
319 Main Street,
E offer to MRRCHARTN ORLT the larreat ardbeat (took oTBooU and 66oee we
haTa eier bronaht to thia market, and which eannot be lurpasaed in quality ana
styloi by any hoa'e in thii or any other oity. In addition to a complete line of haatern
made goodi, ino.nd n the IkkiBaaTKU hOOUBtH KaiOUAInN. we handle
a large and aaleet itook of Cuitom-made Ooodi for Men, Women, Mifiea and Children. We
carry a number ot the belt makei in the country, in ever, variety ind at le, aad among
them (the well known Men'a Calf Boota and Shnea manufactured by U.a, Docker for oar
Spring TraJe. e alio carry a choice line of Ladiea' and Minoa' Cuitom Kid, Goat and
Calf Gooda, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman A Co. Wo invite tba trade to examine
our gtock before baying elsewhere, and we guarantee everything we adl to jt'fJrk
6r&. fa&M aU
E. WITZESAKTM ? Co
Bola AgenU for the lollowinc rirrt-Olaai Inrtrnmentu
Steinwav and 3E5LrLet"fco
aaar A NIW T-0CTAVK PIANO FOR l0.-aa
WHtu for flataloonwi. TJoa. aa:t and aaff SFflOU P N T.. WTlWrHlW
1. T. POlSTJtlU.
8mcco88ors to POMEE, TATL0K 6 CO.,
0. KM rWOTTT STRUCT. 1 t MFMPHTH. TTgTJTy
AlUlKriVV BXJiVVAKT, lNew OrleaM.
Wholesale Grocers, Cot, Factors
KO.SS4 AMD 858 FBOST STREET. MJEMPIIIS, TEXW
STEVART BROTHERS & COUPAIIY
CWTIW FACTORS AND
OOlee, 219 Frost
: , . . l - t .
Custom-Made Boots and Shoes for the
on as liberal terms as can
the following SDdcialties nnder our -
own brands, viz :
Goodbar, Love & Co.'s Men's Grained Calf CUSTOM-MADE
Bala, Balton and Congress.
GivHbar, Love & Co.'s Men's N.K. Oalf CUSTOM
MADE Bals, Button and Congress.
Goodbar, Love A Co.'s Ladies' Kid and Goat CUSTOM-MADE
Flexible Polish and Button $3 00 Shoes.
Our Ladies' (3 00 Shoes are made from the best se '
lected Cnracoa Kid and Tampico Goat Stock, and have
Solid Sole Leather Counters and Flex bio- Inner Soles
aad we warrant them to fit and give perfect satisfaction
in avory rawwrt.
JOUX E. BASDLE & CO., FltOPR'S,
08 Second St. Mempriis, Ten-.
W FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
A I iriiritniminnvna mn AVIIVOC TV
iijclii?, Iloilt-rn, Nawmllls,
Bradford Corn aud Wheat Mil In,
Cotton Press, Cotton Ulns,
SUaning, Fullej, m ,
SPKCIAI. MOTICB We are prepared to fill orderf.
on . ootioe, for the cele. rated iMtart Palenb
Wronalii- " fully. Wo carry in atock over
Two Hundred Anorte.i ,i . . ...
errSnd f"T fate1"rne "d Priwa-iiat.
ATA.ewBiIEi.&?: "A" co-
J. W. ilACKAli.
I AJNDKKW 1J. GW VMJK, Hamphia
- xtelL Stores
Street, MampMn. Ta.
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