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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 188G.
Losta vlllf .Sew Orleau aa4 Texaa R'j
IftMKMPri TALI.KT MOITK.
11 Effect NoTenhar C IMS.
4 :00 p.m
1:U0 a.m tM a.m
1:41 a.ej 13:16 a.m
6:2 a.m : a.m
6:21 a.m 1:42 p.m
:30 p.m 6:30 p.m
K.w Orleany. 11
Mernphi. . I
9:40 a. a; 6:00 p a
12;ii2ao'o S:4S p. a
3:A p.m 11:10 a.m
7:15 P.ml 1:30 a.m
A-With all llne..nUrio Memphl..
l-Wita M. A N. W. R. R. lor Helena.
0 lor Mreenille and Uuntmi tun, and all
WVrjTi'.d V.. 8. A P. Railroad.,
1- With N J. A C. H- n. fur Satehea and
r-Por Font, ob tht Branch.
With rteamer. for Baroo Sara.
fi-With railroad, diverging for florid and
Pallmaa fioffet Sleeping Canon all train..
JAB. II. KDWAHbii, V. P.eodU.tM.
M. BURKE,' O.n.ral 6up't.
laalaalppl Tewaeaaoa. Faat
mail train laa.ee dailr 4 :30 p i. ; arrive,
at 0:45 a.m. Looal freight leave, at 6:40
a.m.; arrive, at 4 . p.m. Freight train.
No.. 6 and 6 run trl w.eklr. No. 6l.avoa
McBpbi. Monday, Wednesday and Fridar.
Haaeaantf-.SprlBaSrla' aa4 Mom.
rale. Train, loaf. M. and T. d.pot a. Col
in: No. 4, mail and .iitmi. leave, dailr
at 11 :30 a.m. : No. S, mail and eipreia, er
rivee at 3:30 p.m. No. M, St. Loan einre.,
leave dailr at 6:00 p.m. I No. 00, BU Loui.
tipre a, arrive, at 6:55 a.m.
MraaphU LHIIa Rork. -Train,
novo a. follow, (central .landed tiinalt
No. 1 loairM daily at b:& l.m, ; arrlvea at
:M p.m. No. 3 leave. at6:W a.m. : arrivee
at l.-AUe.aa. No. 6 (froiiht) leave, llopefield
dailr (eioept bundar) at 6:1)0 a.m.; arrive,
at MO P.m.
N.,-Mrt ajrweaad Mlaeleelppl Va!.
-Xrr Biore a. loiiowa: no. s uaai
4,u. . iev.
I. at lint arrival dall at tt'll.
Memphia Bad "'" ". T.jl?.
vnova a. follow.: Thrnuih eipr."
dailr t 10:20 p.m. Mail and eipre..
dailr at::l(la m. 6oeierville accomi";1;;.
ticin leave, dailr, eseept 8utnly, at j . ,
p.m. Tbrna.h eapreae arrive, dailr at 5:.
a.m. Mail and exprw. arrive, dailr at 4 :S.5
S.m. Somerville accommodation arrivoi
ailr. aioept Bandar, at ;!) a.m.
loatevlll anil NaetiTllla Tralca
move at follow. : r'mt mail arrive, dailr at
lilfti.n.i leave, at 10:10 p.m. i mail leave.
Mir at 9:00 a.m. Browmvllle accommo
dation! leave, dailr, eicept Sunder, at 6:U)
$.m.t mail arrive, dailr at 6: 1) J p.m.
rowatvill aeeommodaMon arrive, dailr.
,1-ept Snndar, at 6.40 a.m. (.tandard time).
HrmpbUi Mrwlaiham and Allan-tlc-Hollv
Bprin.. Route-Train, move a.
follow.: No. 1 leaven Mempbi. dailr at 3:4A
-to . -Tive. at Uollr Bprinir. at 6:30 p.m. i
" - '-' nr. dailr at 8:00
a nXWlnfi at -si p.m..'No.6 l.aro.
tlM K. dilr at tl$ ... "tl"' '
Hots phi. at I:
WasaimiTori, Mareh 10, 18H6.1
1 o'clock a.m. )
For MrmphiK and viiinity: Fair
neither. Stationary temperature. Ulue
trescent, red ntitr.
IV TinnetuM and the Ohio
Nightly coUlrr, Jair vwOur.
Mmratii, Ttxn., March 9, Wxl.
Una da 1.1 l"vei ai 11 :ou a.m.
at 11 40 d in J''r. rjt. Loai. feet lino
"..v.; d.i "it -J ji .
I,) arrive, at I .1'V'f 'V.
i iMTfi aniiy ( a.
" Time. liar. Tner. Wind, W'ther
7:00 a.m 2 077 42 8 N.W. Cloudy
11:00 a.m W.060 3S6 N.W. U rain
3:00 p.m 30 0ill 4.2 W. U rain
7:00 p.m 10.074 38.5 N.W. Fair.
10:00 pm 30127 86 3 N.W. Clear.
Maximum temperature, 45 3.
Minimum temperature, 30.3.
Rainfall, 0 08.
All observations are taken on 75
meridian time, which ia one bonr
faster than local tirne
-Muthtr ivliwt will lx) (riven at the
matinee to-day. and. MuJmK to-night
Ucenno to marry wan inmied yes
terdity to K. lkclieri(t nnd Henrietta
The Mill Vyitery, by the author of
Tht ljtavcnworth Out. 3iew at iaii8
lord'a. AIho llertlm Clay'a laU't, The
S The election for utaKihtrato of the
Fifth (ttvil lliHtrict takes place to-day.
Tho only candidate are UultenherR
A lot of IioiuIh of the Pioneer Mill
Comiuiny will bo xold at auction at
noon to-tluy, at the corner of Main and
A tete-a-tetu party wan given at
the rtwidonco of Mr. li. 1. Jordan on
lAUilcrdale street htxt ev(Mtint, for the
benefit of tho ladies' Uuild 61 tirace
MeHKiK. W.A. Percy, .lr., and S. J.
Hlienpe.nl, both tttlonled vounif law
yer, have been employed by
MesHr. Metealf A Walker to awist in
the proK eutioj of thai cluiuw of tho
Taxing DiKtrict BHiusL iU linqtuilit tax
The Woman's Chrirtian Temper
ance Union noun houw, eHtabliidied
aliout two weeks -R) in tho Ulythe
bmldinK on tietsmil stntet, m in uc
censful opnitioliAtil leediuK daily 100
liungry moutlis. No more, dewrvinn
chanty Uian this exwtfl anywhere, and
it ia to bo hoped Uatitueroiis-ininded
citizens will awint lU
The Iiradstrcct Atrmcv reports 227
f nil tin in the'l'i)itol iSUttes during
the week ending March !, lSMti.atfaiiiHt
2l)K iu the pn-cedine week, and 222,
211, 208 and 152 In tiie cornsponliii(
weeks of 1SH5, 18H4, 1SKI and 1SH2 n'
a'ctively. Middle States til, New
1. upland KUites 27, SoHthcrn Statea 4(1,
Western States 74, I'aeilie Stjites and
Territories HI, Canada :i5. Total in
the United States and Canada 2T2.
Maj. M. liurke, suoerinU'tident oj
the lxiuisvillc, New Orleans and Texas
railroad, who conceived and conducted
the n'eent pnmt trip from Wilson to
New Orleans, will print this week, in
tho Railway Ag', a full and minute
statement of the facta jiertainin";- to
the same. That the 154 loaded cars
were hauled ninety miles over said
road by one engine is ,a fact which
Maj. liurke says fan lie duly substan
tiated. ' '
It is reported that about 2000 men
are working in the bottoms ornwams
acroHS the river on the IWnt Knot)
branch of the Iron Mountain road.
and a week hence the timber on the
coim will all be cleared away. The
road is expected to be. in operation by
autumn, it will run atxut a mile
nuth of Marion, in Crittenden coun-
Ay, tind is to reach tlie river near
Mound Citv. about live mile alove
Tote for Bbiiobbw;-
Gu ( RatltKlK) l.acomaralaa for
leer riarurilnx and uat-lliuaf,
Fine Watch repairing at Mnlford's.
Yale far Bollenbera;.
W4 Rml- A liramaralB I
i.a l.l null ailwir iakca caab
Sheldon (Vi.un of N w York i at
Fraiik Tiiomi-hoh, a Ii-aiUiik youn
attortify of IVriM, Tinn., wan in the
Byron F. Iknis, cjuliiT of the
New York Hotel, New York City, in a
tierit of the l'euboiy.
Ir. J so. P. CtWKB, I'nitoil Stub
(Juartermmiter'i Ieiartnient, and wife
have taken noins at the lValKxIy.
Tub marriage of Mix I.illie Jolil of
lliin citv to Mr. Ixitiia WttlilatKr of
(irc'iivillo, Minn., will take place at
the l'oplar Stn-et Temple next Sunthiy
at 7::l p.m.
H. W. Ft U fii, irciienil paxnenpT
aj.i'iit of the ChenajN'ake ami Ohio
railway, Kichmontl, Va., anil I). E. Fxl
wanls, paHwnvr aiki'tit of tlio Cherta
peakc ami Ohio railway, Cinrinnati,
are at the Peatioily.
A qrirr wediling oirurreil at No. 021
Shelby Mreet Monday evening, the
eontruetini; iiartieii Ih-iiik Mina Mattie
Shankle of litis eity ami Mr. 0. 1. Hal
aey, a prominent yonnK btminefui man
jof llojie, Ark. ImintHliately after the
rereuiony the yoniiR t-ouple left for
lloK', Jheir future home, attended by
the beot wiHhea of their friendo.
At Liverpool yesterday American
wheat was - dim with fair demand,
holders ollering moderately. Corn
linn, fair demand.
Closisq prices of Mav option Jt
Chicago yestenlay: Pork,' $!():); lard,
6.05c asked; clear rib sides, 5.42Je
asked; corn, 4t)jo;whe t, 84Jc; oats,
('iiicAtio is no longer queen of tho
grain markets. New York now rules
the grain world just as she has long
held undisputed ami tyrannical sway
iu the cotton kingdom.
1!ki"ort of (irain Flevator yesterday:
Wheat received, none; withdrawn,
none; in sir r,", :i()57 bushels. Corn re
reived, 11,11(18 bushels; withdrawn,
none; in store, S4,M41 bushels. Oats
Tvreivetl, 12.8 bushels; withdrawn,
of.'ltl bushels; in store, l'.l.lKiS bushels.
Tim following notice was posted on
'Chang" yesterday: "Tim Kansas
City, Sprii.,lfli,'1,l Memphis rail
roa'd gives m.Hice that they will not re
ceive freight A,r points on tho St.
loui8 and Iron iHountain railroad or
the St. Louis and Francl:o rail
road until further noiee."
Visitors on 'Chunge yesterday: M.
Moyses, Mississippi; J. levy, Ten
nessee; Sol. Maun, Philadelphia, Pa.;
Sk nnor, .missouh,
Olwin; Mr. M.
Ulack, rieiiMRiit IU"" m. Worn),
Surdin, W. 11. Hardy,
Bolivar, Ttnn.; Austin Miller, IJolivar,
Tenn.; ti. A. llishop, Marianna, Ark.;
J. J. Houston, Abla-ville, Miss.
Financial CniioNici.it: It is not to bo
denied that the demands for higher
wages wlilcli arts neing maoe in neariy
all sections of the country and in all
branches of Industry- ftVfi fin clement
in the situation that Invests the future
with roiiio doubt and uncertainty. It
is not that these moves are symptoms
of unrest and discontent, or inav uicy
betoken any general or prolonged
trouble between cajiilul and labor, but
simply that they add to and increase
tlie cost, ol production wueru prices
now are on a scale that leaves tiut lit
tle margin of profit to tho producer."
Tub New York Cbnimcrciul llullelin.
in an uble article on the "Diversified
Crops" n-solution of the Jackson Con
vention, says: "Tho convention, sin
eular to say, bestowed no attention to
what seems to us two miortant points
economy in tlie raising ol cotton and
liHeinnif tlie cost 01 Hiiusequenuy
handlinir It, Possibly these could
have lcen airitnted with more satisfaC'
tory results than are likely, to attend
tho nolicv of decreased area. Refonn
in the credit system also might have
been taken in hand to advantage,
though a radical change in this respect
can onlv be brought nbout by iH'rsist-
nt and' business-liko methods
C. L. (iKKNK. A Co.'s report on coU
ton futiin's yvstcrdayaays: llio breaK
of lll'a.18 points on eontnct to-day,
while not nuuarkiible, as fluctuntiouR
have gono up of Into, was somewhat
significant in the alswmee of any lin-
Dortant ncoverv. and t the "bull"
movement appears to have n'ceived at
leiLst ft tempt irary clieck. ino iioenu
shatlinc at LiverniMil was the most de
moralizing influence, especially as the
sc una there is known to havo Deen
done principally by recent longs, but
the condition of tho yarn markets was
poor. The close was a triflo steadier,
hut only because there appeared to be
an indiHen-nt feeling generally and
tho "bulls" improved the opportunity
to add a few points.
Tint Annual Review of the Trade of
Memphis, compiled bv Setwetary K A
Keeling of the Merchants' F'.xdiange,
is now in wvss. and will Ik ready for
distribution to tho membership and
general cin'ulation in about ten or
fifteen days. From atlvanco sheeto
seen it promises to be a very crcditablo
nir lication as it ndatcsto tho general
interests of Memphis, tho prominent
features of which will be, ator a care
ful nview of the various department
of trade, a verbatim repor of the flniU
result of tho old city debt commis
sioners, tho annual report of tho pns
ident of the Boanl of Health, the
chief of the Fin) IVnartmont, a re
view of the city's railway ami river
trati8)ortation facilities, and tho great
advantages possessed for manufactur
ing investments. The n'port for 1H85
will bo mom comprehensive than any
pntvious nport issued under tho
auspices of tho Mendiants' F.xchange
or any other commcn-ial organiratiou
Marion Provine to W. O. lrovine.
part of lot 64, Willo. Williams subdi
vision, fourteenth .'ivil District, lor
II. A. Bass and wife to W. N. IWaty
trustee, to secure. Hughes Horn in
the sum of $Ki2 40,58 auns in Seventh
T. W. Martin and wife to F. T.
Scott, trustee, to secure K. L. rjcott in
the sum of r520 00, 78 a-res in F.lev-
Hughes A Horn of Brunswick, and
K. C. Oakly of Lucy filed a number of
chattel mortgages given them by van
oua persons in and around the above
A DraKglHl'a Ktax-y.
Mr. Isaac O. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg N. Y., wri ee ns: "I have
for the att ten years fo'd several
(ir its of Dr. William Hall's Bal-a a for
itieLunga. Iran say of it what I
caDnot say of any ott er medicine.
have never heard a cuttiruer tpenk of
ll out io praise its virtues in ths It g
est manner. I have rec mram,det it
in great many cesf s of l o vii
cough, with the happient ttTi-cis. I
have used It in my own family fo
msnv yuara; in fact, always have i
boltl-t in the medicine closet ready lor
lata far BattrBberi;.
PAIIE.1TS AND BOYS
Will be glad to know that
MEIKE2I AHD COIPAST
Have received all their purchase of
B0VS AND YOUTHS.
We have been expecting them
daily for a month. Come to-day
and you will see some of the nob
biest suits you ever saw Come
ALL THE LADIES
Will be glad to know that our
Beaded FronU and Paaels
So long deferred, so anxiously
waited for, are now in and will be
r LEASE TOE BABIES t
Tho most lyoantiful ever seen, are
now displayed. Only one of a
kind in tlie totter gradee.
Malford, Jeweler, 294 Main, BO
lociU orders from the oountr j.
Oolllns'i Excursions to New Or
leans, via Hollr Springs. Bonnd-Trip
MoooKram llanglcm Molfordt
Smc ml. of Momnhis Steam Shirt
Factory and laundry on seventh page.
For kalsomlning telephone ww, a.
MsmphisStaiiiid Glass Works, 236
Third street Call and see.
Bazar catalogues and handsome
styles for spring; 44 Noith Court
0. D. Smith, veterinary snrgton,
office F. A. Jones A Co., 61 Monroe
street. Residence, Fiansioli House.
Tn Nash ville Sensation- Gold Brick
Swindle. Wonderful success. Valen
tino's Gold Brick Tolu. Chew it.
Ths finest and best selected stock
of gas fixtures in the city, at bottom
prices. i. a. bailky A CO.
Gknkral repairing done by compe
tent workmen at the Cunningham
Wagon-Works, corner of Monroe and
Tub naantiDil enmnanv is prepared
to fill orders for the h ghest grades oi
finished fertilizers and feitilising ma
terials. Tat Throat "Brovn'i Bronchial
Trjche" act directly on the O'naos t f
the voire. Thev have an extraordi'
nary effect in all disorders of the
Ths Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonic and anti-periodic known. A oertain
mr. aiim in. Aiuua. n Nil rar doi-
tla. S.ni atamii for eircnlara. Any ref-
erenre men. Adareaa 4onn v. naoaor
Thr most efficacious stimulants to
eicite the sppetite are Angostura
flitters, prepared bv Dr. J. G. a. Hie-
B-rt A Sons. Beware of counterfeits.
Ask vonr srrocer or aruggisi tor toe
Order Medal at Malford'n.
I. GOLDSMITH A BBO.
SS Slain Mlraat,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods,
Notions, Clothing, Gents' Fur
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We invite all conr try merchants
visiting the market this season to
come and inspect our goods before
purchasing. As w-i huy strictly
f.ir cash we are ab.e to give jou
close prices and save you from 15
to 20 per cent on your purchase.
Jot Lots from Eastern auction
sales always on hand.
I. GOLDSMITH A BROS.
Solid Silverware at Mullbrd'sj
Tate far Baueabr.
ADDITIONAL BIYB NEWS
Cairo. March 9 Niaht River 27
feet 3 inches on the gauge and falling,
Weather ctondy and cold.
PiTTSsoRO, March 9. Night River
3 feet 10 inches on the gauge and sia
tionary. Weather clear and mild.
Nrw Orlranb, March 9. Night-
Arrived: c.P. Chouteau. Memphis
arrived yesterday, Guiding Star, Cio.'
St. Louis, March 9. Night R'ver
ha 'a Ion 4 inches, and now s ands
16 fret 4 inches on the gauge. Wather
near with almost a continuous flurry
of snow. Arrived: City of frovl
tlenee sndCt'of Ca!o, Vic'sburg
P. 8 War. C. C. Carroll an
HenA L'ury and four ba'gos, New Or
teat's. LVparted: City oti-rovldencc
0. B. OALLOWAT A CO....Paorirroaa.
Kate. t2 60 and ft per dar, aecordint to
liM and loeatien of room rJpeeial
W J Woolen, Tana 8 Lblaine, Mo
I J ixwnin(, n i
W P MoCaab, Mo
A D Tarient, 111
JK Ward, Ark
J Miller, Kr
L HarroeeoB, Kr
H Uardner, N I
1 C Feue, Ohio
I P R.meer, Tel
J H Warner, N Y
J 11 Il.inor. Mr.
BB Wake. Af, Mi..
C L Wandt. Mo
B B Dana, N V
8 K Thier.. N Y
A P Kocera, Ark
J Minbr, Ohio
A Ja.trow, N Y
J W Klaeia, N Y
O O William.. Mo
H i! Ken, N Y
W W Martin, Alk
8 Collin., N V
F A Kub, Ind
A M Jone. Aw, Ala
J McOrann Aw. Mil. M Uall, Tenn
J W Miller. Teni
N G Neacbe, N Y
J r liarrell, Kr
I) B Edward., Ohio
K 0 Bradford. Tenn
W B Hill, Tenn
J McDonald, Kr
W D Brock, Mix.
J Hill. Mi..
J llailer. Mi..
J 8 Co' per Aw. DC
T C L'rowder, Va
J Diteh, rll
J V Lar ultima, Mix
Mr. Blake Ac, N V
CJ Sear, Tens
1 H Webb, Kr
A 11 Blart, Tenn
W Patter .on, Kr
II N fuller, va
B Hrman, N Y
J C fchelter, Tenn
C V Kevnolda. Kr
J 11 Bonner. Tenn
A Jonu. Mai.
J A Brcok-, Mo
J D Ham mar, NY
B I Dentioa, N Y
W K Plrnn.Tenn
T H gtanaell, N 0
X H Culver, Ohio
J Bailer, III
i H Bailer, Kr
B J Simpton, Mill
J B Pirtha. Kr
Tba arm tiayaao.
YARBINOTON. PTE WART A WHITE,
Rataa, 12 50 to l per day, according to loca
tion of room..
OJ Hank., Tann J A Cicka, Miaa
L B Edward.. Tex J B tiuigler. N Y
J J Smith, Ark MA One., ky
8 A "avia. Ark J K Fuimer, Ky
R H Lex-M, Mo J imoora, xei
A bliarria, ali'l
Mitchell Aw, Mo
Mi.. KM,toh..H.f WM Blk. fl.
8 Uroenfield, Mo H McPberaon, Md
lltitone. Mo ,-Aj,5?r,til.Mo
H T Harria, Miaa n
J M Fertnaon. Va R B r""2n' v
J P Hall Aw, Miaa 3 M R.J. Mia.
J C Neel.r, Mi.. OB DanlcjriP. Mm
0 R Pbko. Miaa H Iaaac, Mo
A K Dunham, Mo HCaaer.lenn
II T llama. Mo Mra Dupree, fenn
Mra Dinaoonib, Toon LJ Crawford, Ark
J O Roae, Ark P Walker, Ark
W 0 Atkioaon, Ark 0 K Mitchell. Mitt
WK Mower, Oa J J Cowan, Miu
W K Beamond, 111 ' Lvr. Mir.
J M Pre.tridge, MtM W J Manhall, Ky
W II Henderson, Itx u iiicas, m
J bojril, Kr
W 11 Lofton. Miaa
8 ilinton, Mir.
W KTapp, Mo
V J Kaoer, Mia.
h Cohn, Mia.
U K Miichoil, Mail
J P Youm, N Y
J A Lewin, Ind
W T Dougla., Miaa
0 P MelcOin, Miaa
T B Jobnaon, Miia
A Miller, Tenn
F W Bell, N Y
W Davi.,lavia, N Y
U Keod, Ind
No.. SI and t3 Madl.on itreet.
DOW Ltd A LCAKw ....I'buhehtoub.
KaUa-i per day.
C D Newton, Mo J R McCall, Tenn
Mra viofall io.Tenn J IvtoHae Iw, Miea
mn nov.ii ao.n
O K Wallank, III
A w uroaor, lex
P Mulhuran Aw, III
Miaa 0 Currio, Tenn
L Ho ipor, Tenn
1 P.erpoint, Ky
V Morria, Mo
R A Webber, Mo
J Calbouo, Miaa
J Cumminva, Tenn
K Millet, Kr
L Wbitwojlb, A'k
p Jonca, M
f. H. BINQn AM .MASAOita.
Eutopean plan. Kul.r.ed and relWRtfliea.
Prioe. according to .lie and loca
tion of room..
0 A Pllton, La W L Dewoody, Ark
A F Maberry, Ark J J Chiidre.., Tenn
K B nmitn. Ark L Po.tlethwaite, Mill
R 8 Vau.h.n, Ark Mr. Thornton. Tenn
J a. Houae, Ky W,,nJu,rl0BI,Ai K
T R Barkler. Mi;. PJWalah.Ky
F M MuU.man, Ind J J BlaC, iatM
J A Ave-r, III John Brsnnan, Ark
II J Wall a, Tenn J W tfinea. Ma
M P Biabop, Miaa a C Ginham, Mia.
(1 M Kbelbf, MiM J 0 Craven., Miaa
B V HorUr Tann Miu KW Smith, Tenn
H E Kciia.. Tenn W K 6mith, Tenn
J ea lor, Tenn Jone., Mia.
vi r, 11
M Harria w, ara - .j' iVi
A Watt.rhouse.ArkDr D U Bojd, Ark
1'in.l.v.Tenn MiaaL ADewoody.Ark
Caraon A., Mia. 1 C Carv, Mi.
r. Wriabt. miaa mra nii.iuP
iaa Urittenaoo, rira '"""
D Anderaon. Mia. W W l,lp,ouib,Tenn
A Crna.ll. Trna It liumn, Mia.
W P 11 Butler, Tenn R F Collmi, Ti
Dairy's Enropan Hotel.
Corner of Adam, and Main itraata. Rooma,
oOc, Jboana i peroar, auhhi,
aw per uaj.
Flrat-claat he.Uuranl in tba Hotel.
1. DUFFY 110 yr. with Peabody Hotel),
M L Nanca. Mill
C Hart, Ma
L llolmee. Tens
J M Bhivera. Tenn
T Canwell. N Y
K li Wateon, Ark
M Hykea. Mill
A Halo. Ark
DO York, Ark
J Q rair, ienn
OP Kllen, Tenn
B I tinker, Hiaa
J Uall, BO
8 N. then., Mo
M H Port. Ark
W J Nr rib, Mill
MH.ler, Fla .,
L Peonrman, Ala
t h tham, taa
H riimi on. Arc
1) Mariin. Miaa
DrUL Pope, K
W Owrna, Tenn
li Arinstea'l.TenB 0 M Aahly, Tann
P M Morria, lenn
IS BaMOVUD BT TI1S CSS OF COCOAIHS,
And it stimnlatos and promotes the
growth of the hair.
Knrneti. s iriavormg ji.vrrc.'ji h rim
Sweet rickles, Etc.
NlaKed Fralt Plrklcd Oraaane,
NialTrtt I'ralt Clrkled Ciicombera.
SlotTrd Fralt Pleklro- IVppera,
htalTfd rrolt Pickled Maagoee,
Mixed kweet plealra.
Croa at Biaktll'a Ctoew-Cbow and
Plata 1'ncnm.ar Plcklaia hj the gall.
Other braada of Plain and Mixed
Pick Ira la Wiaaa auu uiht..
J. F. BUCKHAM tft CO.
I orner second and Heaie sis.
Importer and Dealer la
Oaaa, Plahlna; Tar k la and Nporta-
mn'a atapplir r ppooiai aueniion
I yen to MANUFAtTUKl.NU and Kt
413 Main Wi.,Memplii.Teiin
IMPORTER AN1 DEALER IS
linns, Ammunition, Finning Tac&Ie
and sportsmen's Supplies,
WHOLES A dK AND RETAIL,
tat Bala ajtrrot, airinphla, Trani
Hanofkntorln and Repalrinr of Ooni a
Bpeeia tr. -Te'ephone No. BOS
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers.
818 Main St., Meni phis, Tenn
WUhlaa: la "rtlrr traa Baalnraa
Va OSler war -ailra
STOCK AT COST.
SHE k McCABTlIY.Propr',
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
N K Oi I ii i LAR "8T B0ILBR rJBOPB
In the oatb. and tha onir eomplet.
rn aaaa aa a ran ti ra a are , - . , .
aava af naif ataaeilptian. Epeelil
atteaMca riTea to piantaJoa worn.
ttThe firm ot GOODBAR A CO. has been dissolved, and we bave reorganised oor interest in the Wholesale Boot
and Shoe Business, in connection with Mr. W. E. Love, late of Warren, Love A Co., r-'L Louie. Mo., and Mr. J. C.
Callicott, of Coldwater, Miss., under the style of and firm name given below. We thank our friends tor their patronage
in the past and hope for a continuance of their favors. A. B. GOODBAT..
o J. H. GOODBAR.
A. B. eeODBAR, J. B. eOODBAI, W. K. LOTE. 1. C, TALLIt'OTT,
Late of Ooodbar ACo..M.mphla. Lata ofOoodbar A to., Memphia. Lata of Warren, Lore A Co.. St. Loi. Lata of ColdwaUr, Mtat.
GOOBBAR, LOVE &- CO-
3G7 k 3G9 Main
We are now receiving a large and En'lrely Wew Nlck of Eastern and
Spring Trade of 1886, which we offer at ISock Bottom Priceit,
We bave EXCLUSIVE control in this market of the fol
lowing lines of CCJSrOM-MADE Goods, all of whhh we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction :
George Hocker's celebrated Men's Calf Boots.
Brady A Shortell's Boys'. Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoes.
T. M. Harris A Co.'s PhlladMphli made Children's Shoes.
Also, L. W. Note A Co.'s Kip Brogans and Plow Shoes
the beet Brogans msde in the United States heretofore
hsndled by Gcodbsr A Co.
We are the only house in this Market handling the cele
brated Krippendorf, Dittmann A Co. line of Lidins'and
Misses' Kid, Goat and Calf CUSTOM Goods EXCLU
SIVELY, under the Fsctnry Brands.
Keep Off the Crossing, for
the Bargain Train
liook (I tit When the
See tlie liich Prizes the
Misfit Clothing Par
lors Are Offering.
Seasons oome and seasons go, and
the time for thin and new clothing
is at hand. Although the Misfit
Clothing Parlors have not talked
much 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'.in new
cities, and sought by every means
possible to offer our customers better
bargains than we ever offered belore.
We have succeeded because the way
to win suooess is to work for it.
We are receiving new. goods almost
daily, and already have on hand a
magnifioent assortment of goods,
We can show all the latest styles and
For the large patronage bestowed
upon us we feel very thankful. The
best way to win patronage is to de
serve it. It is our great facilities for
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 our goods are the finest in
the world, they actually cost us less
than we would have to pay for in
ferior ready-made olothing,
Please give us a call. We are
proud of our spring stock and want
you to inspoct it whether you want
to buy or not.
Remember, all alterations to im
prove a fit done free of charge by
first-olass tailors in oar Parlors.
2G2 Second St, Memphis,
Opp. Court Square.
mw Opeai KvenlnK" tU f a'cloek,
HalnrrtMa natll 11.
Johh OriaTOK, J. 0. N. Gaosvisoa.
OVERTON & GR0SYEN0R
Real Estate Dealers
AGENTS A BBOKEBS,
Ofiloe, 284 Second Street.
m. Mm Cew. Sewaatai aaaCean,
OPAl. K8TATX B0U9HT AND BOLD.
X.V Taiea Paid
Ranta CoUeoied, a to., ea
j. G. SCHMIDT & SUN,
mportart and lert In
. a i.la Haa. aValtal Jm
aarlr.arlor Hotel, and He.ii)anre.,
Mala alrrri, Mempkla, Jeaa BleotnJ
aaPDlie. alwart oa kaad. RepairiM aeaUr
and 18 Gayoso Streets,
OFFICE lYo. 24 HIGH
oe maae Dy any competing market.
We also control
ORGILL BROTHERS &Co
310 cuid 313 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
We are Jaat is Becelpt
B. R. Plows, Columbus
WHEELBARROWS, S HOTELS, TICKS, MATTOCKS,
And a Complete tine of CAMP OUTFITS.
DES JARDIUS, MILLER & ROOTES,
No. 394 MA lit STREET
Jamee H. tioodbar Wat, Im Clark I
319 Main Street,
?l.r; and,.ll..??tooVof Cu.tom-mad. Sood.
our itock bifore bujing alaewhere, and we
.4 ' !
WE offer to HEBCHASTS OS1.Y the larreat and beat tok of Boota and Shot, aa
haw aVer brought to thi. market, and which oannot be aurraaaeJ ln 8aln n4
. . i"V?V"I"K.Vii ..!,.. -if-. Tn ..IHilinn tn a men ere line at Una tern
ihjkm i tha wall known Men'a Calf boota and Shoe, manafaatared by Oeo.
KTJlL'W.Ti. . J.r TrrT a eholoe line of Ladiea' and Mine.' On.tom
. nnnk. Af th. hit maaea in ins ooaoin. iu vcm
Srii'W.r iT r..,n..j k. Krinnnlorf. Dittman k. Go. We invite the tra4
Wholesale Dealers and Publishers,
Sola AtenU for the following Knt-maMtaament. t
3.-i t-i TOriqircr ami Knaoo
,-armia- a -Kr.
Write for Ontalogn
8ocessors to POIITEK. TAI10B k
SOr. TnOWTSTPTTT. t
KO. 356 AND 858 FBONT 8THEET. MEMPHIS, TENN,
STEWART BROTHERS & COHPAUY
tWTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MKlU'IfANTS,
V1 ORr.FSTVH. I4kFISlW.
MRS-MB Y MMNY
Uu uiiiii -
Ol&ee, 849 Front
Custom-Made Boots end Skoeefortbe.
on as liberal terms as can
the following Specialties nnder our
own brands, viz:
Ooodbar, Love A Co.'s Men's Grained Call CUSTOM-MADE
Bala, Bolton and Congress.
Goolbar, Love A Co.'s Men's N.K. Calf CUSTOM
MADE Bala, Button and Congress.
Goodbar, Love A Co.'s Ladies' Kid end Goat CUSTOM-MADE
Flexible Polish and Button $3 00 Shoes.
Our Ladies' $3 00 Shoes are made from the best ee
lected Caracoa 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 rennect.
of a large Shipment af
Steel Drag Scrapers,
Kaffeae j. ajarrinKton iraaa a,
for Men. Women. Minim and Children. We
ind at le, aad among
Hooker lor oar
Kid, tioat and
j...,i.HK A a ia.
mm ..II tn .if.
J0HS E. KINDLE A C0.,PK0PK'S.
98 Second St. Memphia. Tor-.
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
k nglnes, Boiler, hatwmllli,
Kradford Corn and Wheat Mill",
Cotton Presw, Cotton tJiaM,
Slianing, Pnlleje, i
SPECIAL WoriCtV-We areprrpared to All J'J;
on,,.,., notioe, for tie cele rated Mrdart
Wronal.. -?.. Pulley. Wa oarry in itook erer
Two Hundred Aaaorted fim.
aa-S.nd for Catalmrae and Price-H't.
AC B, 8ABI EB, C. D.
HAM I iw. CI OI WH dr WASBIS
-A NEW TCrAVBPIANfl .FOR WH. M1,PfrIW
lwoa.Sa-'f aanrt aar erw a. f " h.-.
. W. MACKAli.
mm taVSaa fl I.SJ"
UHB I IB 1 1 La Ua UWI(
t3 3XTT7-aStl StoiTE5
Street, Memphis, Tenn.
afairord'a, 4 Bala.