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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 188G.
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A With all line! entering; Meaphll.
B-Witb M. A N. W. R. R. for Helena.
0 For (IreenTillo and Uuntinglon, and all
Arkaniai point!. .-,
ft-With V. A M. and V 8. A P. Hallroadi.
X-Wlth N.. J. AC.K.K. fur ftatchei and
T Far PoinU on the Braneh.
J With iteamera for Baroo Sara.
B With rmilroadi diverging for i lorida and
Pall in n Buffet Hlenplng Carton all tralnf.
JAB. M. EDWARDS, V. P. andti.tM.
M. BUKKU, General Bup't.
A. J.KMAl'P, (1. P. A.
Mlaataalppil Anal TunBlM.-Fiit
nail train learei daily at 4 :30 p.B. I arrivri
at t:l& a.m. Lonel freight leave! at 6:40
a.m. t arrival at 4:30 p.m. Freight train!
lot. 6 and 6 run trl wekly. No. I) leave!
tfemphii Monday, Wedneeday and Friday.
Kiiui City, HprlBa-arlC'HBd Mom.
rbla Train! leave M. and T. depot ! fol
wi: No. 4, mail and eipreii, leave, daily
at 11:39 a.B.t Mo. 3, mail and eipreni, ar
rivanat 3:J0 p.m. No. 6t, Bt, Loeli eiri,
leave! daily at 6:00 p.m. I No. 66, BU loula
iproti, arrival at 6:65 a.m.
Mraaphla aad Utile Mark. Train!
nova a! follow! (central itandird time):
No. 1 leave daily at 5:5 i.m. : arriy! at
:Mp.m. Ko. S leevn at6:W a.m.: arrlvel
atS.-Mia.m. No. 6 (frulnht) leavei Uopefleld
daily (except buadiy) at 6:00 a.m.! arrive!
at 7 :10 p.m. ,
Newport R-ra and Ml.alMlppI Vl
ly. 1 rain l nr i u tollowi: No. I (ta!t
lint daily) ! at 11:30 a.m. No. 2 learai
at 11 :4U p m. daily, bt. Lonii ft lint
laavai daily at 5:30 p.m. Mo. 7 (taut Itna
daily) arrira! at 1:30 p.m. Mall and ei
" -ei arrirai daily at 3:15a.m. Bt. Louil
lift Jpe Wrirei daily at 0:05 a.m. ..
Hcmphla ! Caarltoloa-Tralng
Biovt aa follow j f IlirMI JTll Jwrei
dilyMfl!!,D;.m. Mail an exiireii .eavei
daily at!9:10a m. BomerviMo ecomntnocle
tlon leave! dully, eicopt Bunday, at 4:30
p.m. Through eipreni arrival daily at 5:25
a.m. Mail and expren arivei dailyat4:55
8 m. Bomaryilla accommodation arrival
ally, axoept Bunday, at S;30 a.m.
lnial1l ami Kaali villa Tralni
mote M follow! : Fait mail arrival dally at
4;:tfa.in.i Iravea at 10:10 p.m. i mail leavti
d'lly at 9:00 a.m. llrownville auoomniu
daliom leavoi daily, except Bundiiy, at 5:00
p.m.) mail arrival daily at 6:1)1 p.m.
Brownivillo accommodation arrival daily,
xoapt Bunday, at 8.40 a.m. (atandard tiuia).
Mumptila, niriutaaham anil Allan.
tic HoIIt Bprlnii Rnute-Traini more ai
follow! : No 1 Itnvei Mmnnhii dully at 3:45
p m. i arrival at Unlly bpriniti at6i30p.in. i
No. 2 laavai Holly dnnnm daily at U:00
a.m., arrival at Mamnhii at II :15a.m.t No.
laavai Momphii dally at 7:30 p.m., arrival
it Holly Surinyi at 11:50 p.ui.i No. 6 laavai
lolly Bprinn daily at 3:30 a.m., arrival at
Jauiphii at 8:35 a.m.
WiRamoTon, Muroh 13, 1386. 1
1 o'clock a.m.
For Mt'iiijiliia and vicinity: AV'arni-
rr, fitir wwithnrj bliio orowi'iit, rod
For Ttnnruee and the Ohio Vallry:
HdiUhrrty winch and lujhl rain, fuUumtl
by coldrr, vftUrly wind.
Mmriu. Tikm., March 12, IBM.
Time. Har. Tur. Wind. W'tlmr
7:00 .m. 2.) 6.M 61 0 S.W. Cloudy
11:00 a. in 50 3 W. Cloudy
3:00 p.m '!!) 48 W. Cloudy
7:00 p.m :M)7fi'i 4 .8 W. Olear.
10:00 p.m a.7H(l 40 3 N.W. Clear.
Mtximnm temperalure, 5:1 0.
Minimum temperature, 4 1 5.
Rainfall, 0 15.
All observations (re taken on 75'
meridian time, which ia one hour
forier than local time.
Motion day in. Chancery
The tie roof is being put
statue or ine iiiitens n
Charles Thomas was indicted by
the grand jnry yestenlay for lareeny.
lie is in jail.
License to marry yesterday:
Harris Fowler and Theodora Ijiinher-
knn, Moiittfninery Jordan and Sinn
The irrand inrv vesterdav indicted
Stephen Foy fjr the nianler of his
mistresH, Annie Fingen, at the old
Dr. J. 11. Jlriney's subject fur Hun
day night, nt tho Linden street Chris
tian church, will be the "New lleav
ens and the New Foirth."
C. Mnndinger, whose stock of
hardware bus been for some lime in
the hands of a receiver, tiled an as
pignment yesterday giving a complete
list of creditors.
Stepping-stones have been put
down by the city at the corner of
Vance and Hernando, which will Ins
the most important corner on Vance
Krett wnen ido new ears eutn. ,
111. Lanier, jr., Geo. A. Dnxey,
"W. T. Oartwrieht, T. B. Tr-yvaiit and
C. C. Hein applied for n charter of in
corporation yesterday by the name
and style of the Memphis Mill Com
In the Probate Court yesterday
John Barron was amvointcd iruardiM.ii
of Maggie Mannix. J. N. Smith guard-
Ian of John ami I atharinu deary,
and I. McCadden administrator of F.
An attemiit to blow the safe of
tho Brinkley Lumber Comininy was
made lietwccn midnight anil daylight
vesterdav ninrniiig. The ollice was
broken into and two holes bored in
the sale out the attempt was unsue-
cesslul. lhrec men who liave licen
under the surveilanco of the police for
iwo or three uays are susitcctcd. They
left town yesterday. One of the men
suspected is about eighteen years o'.d
five feet seven inches tall, and weighs
VZ) iKiunds. Two of them wear blu
woolen slurto, laeed in front. One
has nn arm off.
The committee in charge of the
W oman s Exchange consisted of Mrs.
A. V. Knowlton and Mrs. R M
jtici-an. Among the visitors were
Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Fulls, the Rev. II
A. Jon'S, Mrs. W. C. (iriswold, Ster
ling l'msoii, . L. Parker, 11. A
Hunter, Mrs. R. A. Murray of Oxford
Miss., Mrs. P. S. Alston, T. D. El
dridge, Charl.s K. Pate, 15. F. Ran
o-.ill. J. U. Smith. W. P. Wilson. J. II
Malone, P.. J. Kimbrough, Mbwea
Ixmise, Sallie and Willie Rucks of
iriars Point, Miss., Mrs. F. A. Lucas
of Holly hprinjw, J. W. Clapp, Miss
OllieClrpp, H. T. Lemon, Mix. L. II.
"Willis, J. P. Svkes. J. M. Edwards. B.
K. Pullen, jr.. O. E. Rudisill, L. II.
Est4-s, llunn.liin Carv, 1. Trompctter,
L. llos.-o of Philadi'-lphia, U. II. Ar
nold, W. Mcs'.ck, 1. M. Scales. Eilis
Morgan of Virginia, and ('.irringion
Jt im.k Dave Bright of Rrownavilie
i in tho city.
8. R. Bi-hbv and bride have taken
rooms at the Tcabody Hotel.
Tiik Hon. John FrixzeU of Naxli
ville, Tenn., in at the Poabody.
AV. H. Ciii.i,i Melliourne, Ark., pro.
jirietor of the Izard Connty tyitrr, is
in the city. .;
Mk. Ciiah. Rav and wife of Milwau
kee are in the citv and ntojipiriff at
the IVabody Hotel.
L. AV. Kriiiso of Salem, N. C, in
Ktoppintr at the PealMxly. Mr. Spring
is an liK'ht and aetive us ever.
Mum. Geo. H. Gixphw v, Mrs. Mary
Marable and Mrw. Mary A. (iilliani of
reti-rnhur, Va., are visiting lr. S. J.
(5. 11. Hiikrman, treiieial nmnup-r of
the Hi'l, White and the Midland Fiwt
Freight Lines, with hi'iMliiiarters at
ltulliilo, N. V., aeeoinuiinied by his
wife, arrived in this eitv this morning
and is stopping at the lWbody.
At Liverpool yesterday wheat was
firm wi'h a fair demand, holders otter
ing moderately. Corn firm, fair de
mand. Closinu prices of May options at
Chicago yesterday: Pork.'llO 17J;lard,
fl.O'.'Je; char rib sides, S.IlVj com,
401c;whe t, a-)Jc; oats, 32 e.
liKi-onr of drain Elevator yesterday:
Wheat nothing doing; in strre, M"7
bushels. Coin received, 42IHI biiMhels;
withdrawn, in store, ti.",lN:l bush
els. Oats received, none; withdrawn,
I b'M bushels; in store, 14,:i!U bushels.
Tub Manchester (luaitlimi, in iU
commercial article, says: The market
is inanimate. Some moderate sales
hnvo been made for both prompt and
future delivery. Trices, liowever.were
mostly unchanged. Transactions were
small. Yarns me Hat, with a slow de
mand, Prices are easier. Spinners are
1 . . . . .1
nnxiousior ..cmi oiimiiess; iney un
ticiiuite lower oiiotations.
C. tiliKKNK & Co.'s cotton report
says: It has lieen mainly an euori 10
liquidate "long" cotton all day. Homo
little covering operated as a bni'o to a
more rapid decline, but the close shows
nearly je uniier last evening ana ine
tone weak. Tho advices from abroad
continued tamo, and were particularly
unpromising for Manchester, while
the labor troubles at home, having al
ready reached a liortion of the manu
facturing interest, creates a fear that
the strike may become more extensive
Tim Oil, fniiU nul Jh-ug Jifpmier
nays: "Cotton-seed oil lias recovered
port of its lost ground, owing to im
portant sales nt the Houtl. and tho re
least of the lienr pressure for tho time
lieing, nut prices tiro not materially
changed, although some holders en-
lertain extreme views ami mc iiuuiiuk
above schedule values. Wo are wired
from Memphis to-night that prime
rude is held tlrinlv at Ulti to 24 cents,
and sales of 2000 barrels are reported
us occurring in that market last Satur
day on pnvwo terms, ine iew ur
lc una market Is unchanged at 23 cents.
The question, what effect the current
low price of cotton will have upon
pluming mid the consequent, size 01
the next crop, is beginning to attract
attention. Inquiries yesterday on the
floor of the Cotton "Exchange, how-
ver. did not develop uny very decided
.expression of opinion on tho subject.
and none 01 tno nieniners consuiieu
had received any special informa
tion on tho point from their
Southern correspondents. A lead
ing member said he had no doubt
that if the extreme low price
lately touched had continued to pre
vail the planters would nave oeen in
duced to reduce the acreage consider
ably. Another expressed tho opinion
that current rates were not so bad
after oil. so far as the planters are con
cerned, since tho profits of middle
men had been reduced so low that the
net returns nre little less now than
they were when prices were much
higher. Buyers are handling cotton
at a very small commission, freights
are low, and all expenses in market
ing the crop are much cut down. Pro
visions and supplies generally nave
nlso fallen, so that a bale of cotton
wilf buy as much now as it would
years ago. 1110 cost 01 proiuicmiu
has been thus reduced, if not to tho
same extent us the prico of cotton, nt
least in such a uronortion tout ui
planters can still do better in cotton
than in anything else. The trade ac
cordingly do not look for any sensible
reduction in acreage.
Skk ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and laundry on fifth page.
100 Bedoteads for sale. Qabay.
For kilsomlnlng telephone 609, A.
MsMrnisSTAiNSD Glass Works, 236
Third street. Call and see.
Bazar catalogues and - handsome
ityles for spring; 44 North Court
Ckntral NusaxaT, No. 00 Market
street, is the nearest pines in the city
lor plants ana cot (lowers.
O. D. SatiTif . veterinary surgeon,
office F. A. Jones A Co., 01 Monroe
street. Residence, Ftanaioli House.
Tbb finest and best selected stock
of gas fixtures in the city, at bottom
prices. J. A. BAlt.ET t CO.
Tiir Nashville Sensation (iold Brick
Swindle. Wonderful success. Valen
tino's Oo'.d Brick Tolu. Chew it.
General repairing done by compe
tent workmen av me vtinniiigiiiiiu
Wagon-Works, corner of Monroe and
Ths Besoti Oil company is prepared
to rill orders lot the highest grades 01
finished fertilisers and fertilizing ma
Tbb Throat "Broicn'i Bronchial
Trxhei' act diicctly on the organs cf
tl a voice. They have an extraordi
nary effect in aU disjrders of the
Pcrchabhrs will find soul e of the
best pictures cf the consignment still
at St xl.lird's anution-rooiu. S3 Union
street, which ranet be closed out. Call
and examine them.
Thr Herbal ChlU Cure, the best
inni and antl-naiiodia known. A carta in
and una cuta tor chilli. Fricatl par bot
tla. 8anit !tmn fr oivcoliri. Any raf-
araa.-a Kixcn. Aitdraa! Juba C. lvnokari
Thr most efficacious stimulants to
excite the appetite are Angostura
Bitters, prepared by Dr. J. ti. B. hie
gjrt tt Sons. Bowate of coante-feita.
Ask your icocer or drugsiat for the
!o't foruct tho rjreat Pullman f.
excursion to Now Orleans and return
via the Vi'mMi'sippi Valley route, on
Mutch '.20th. I.v Hog route there is
110 clr.iiLc ol curs. For tickets an
o1hr infornint.ion iionlv to It. II
Jallcy, uiu'er l'el-.ody itoU'l.
-Soli lMlvei v. are nt J lul ford's
C,. ,. vrrjr n.ri, iro;, lio'lt'S and
Oar Entire Slock of
SPRING CLOTHIKG AXD HITS
li now on Exhibition.
Look at oar Nobby Homer-pun
Scotch Suits for Young Men.
Look at onr Beautiful Drees Suits
for Young and Old.
Look at our Unrivaled Selection
of Youths Clothing-, from 12 to 17
I xi ok at our Boys' and Children's
Clothing, from 2 to 12 years.
SPECIAL DISPLAY TO-DAY
Gentlemen's Drets Shirts,
Gentlemen's Half Hoee,
Gentlemen's Collars and Cuffs.
S0XE BABE BABUAINS.
10 dozen of Boys' Bicycle Flan
nel Waists, beautifully made, for
merly sold for 75 eacb, .
TO DAY ONLY f 1.
Tbey are little toiled. See them,
WORTH 2 75 FOR $1.
Also a lot of Men's Sewed Shoes,
button, congress and lace,
FOR 3 A PAIR.
Unequaled for the price.
DON'T I0U FORGET
That we have received all 6pring
Styles and New Colors in cur
Urfnt Dollar Hut,
Made on the same block ss the
$1 50 hat. This Is the biggest
thing TO-DAY in Memphis
AN Al HAT FOR $1.
Our Hew Donlap Spring Hat.
ME Si It EX'S.
Order Medals at Mul ford's.
A Druggist's Story.
Mr. Isaac 0. Chapman, drop-gist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes ns: "I have
for the rait ten years sold several
grops ol Dr. William Hall's Balea'A for
the Lungs. I can say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
hive never heard a customer spean 01
it but to praise its virtues in the high
eat manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whoaping
cough, with the happiest effects. I
have used it in my own ismuy ior
many years; in laci, always nave a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
ADDITIONAL MTKll NEWS.
Cihoihmati, March 12. Supervising
Inspector of Steam Vcaiols Warden
this evening decided to recommend to
Secretary ManninuCspt. J. B. Archer's
patent of fuel gas, and approval is ex
pected irom waBuingion. ura gu,
which is said to save about r0 per cent
on soft coal, is especially adupted to use
on steamboats, and river men have
been for some time anxious to intro
duce it. They could not do so, how
ever, until the Supervising Inspector
pronounced it safe, and, after thorough
tests by experts, Mr. Warden to-night
made a lavoranie report.
WEATIIEK AND RITKB.H.
Ofkicr Skinal Skrvh-k, U. 8. A., 1
Mkmimiis, March 12, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 75 meridian
time, which is one hour fttsU'r than
ViCKsnrRO, March 12. Night De-
f arted: City of Natchea and Joseph
lenry, St. Louie.
CiciitiATi,March 12 Night River
12 feet G inches on the gauge and
falling slowly. Weather damp and
Naw 08LBAN8, March 12. Night
Arrived: Jay Gould and bargee, St
Louis. Departed: City cf Baton
Rouge, New Orleans.
EvAitsviixi,March 12 Night River
filline. with 11 feet 5 inches on the
gauge. Weather cold and growing
colder; thermometer 38 to 40 . No
arrivals or departures.
St. Louis, March 12. Night River
has fallen 3 inches, and now stands
IS feet 3 inches on the gauge. Weather
cU ar and cold. Arrived : City of New
Orleans, New Orleans.
Louisville, March 12 Night River
falling, with 6 feet 5 in the canal and
4 feet 3 inches on the falls. Business
fair. Weather cloudy and wet. Ar
rived U. P. Schenck, Cincinnati; Dick
.Fulton and tow, Memphis.
Cairo, March 12. Night River 24
feet 4 inches on the Range and ial ing.
Wea'berclondy and co'd. No arrivals.
Departed: Paris O. Brown, Cincinnati,
noon.- AniMe P. Silver, NewOrW.ns, I
Iki Haw ayao.
FARRINUTOV, STEWART k WD1TK.
Ratal, $2 50 to II par day, iccordins to loca-
tiuo of rnomi.
RBHaiderion, 111 J II Mohni, Ala
W V Campbell. Ark W F Hubinaon, Ark
W FMi'CrarkaD,Ohio i Nathan, Min
i J Collini, Ark C B Milch. II, N Y
II C Arnold!, Tax w u waitari. niaa
k fitrica, mica
A B Owen fct.Mul
W I Uroibjr, Ark
', Chala.an, Ark
W Y Connor, Vjiio
3 P Singleton, Ohio
J II Vrceman, Tana
A W l-ioipjoo, Ind
R A Olenn, Ark,
II Duncan, HI
W J Uid liniri. N Y
V Orunibrra. N Y
0 Storer, N Y
J U 8 tew art, N 0
R (liibxin, jr. Tax
W Lainh, Tenn
n A Williami, I.
J UOrfen Aw.NC
tj T llaini. Mo
0 0 Webber. Ky
J 8 Drake, Kv
KCO llier, Tenn
g R WiUHinh, Tenn
A B Smith. Ark
M C llebberd. Ark
P M Iluwei. Mo
J M Frettridie, Mo
J M Ketd, Mill
II D William.", La
U Williami, La
A H Knox, Tenn
A W Mwn, Ark
J K lloikim, Ky
I) J Wright. N Y
H T Doudari, Tenn
U H. Uesi, Mm
U U lrnadui, Mill
Mri 0 Donnell, Mill.
W. II. BINOHAM MAwanin.
European plan. Kolarird and rulurniihtd.
Friceiaoeordinc to lite and loca
tion of roomi.
JP Chamber!, Ark Mn Dicklnion i,Tex
D Parmer, Mill K D Collier, Tenn
W L tlraham, Tenn A C llraham, Mm
N T Williaini, Ark V W Keler, Ark
J D Driver, Ark W D Meriwether. Tana
L M Carruth. Ark W T Chapman, Tenn
JW Little, Kv J 8 Crouch, N C
H I'atier.on if, Mnn I) D Campoall, Mill
M Roienb.um. Miaa C A 1 oreno. Mill
V Caciidy Ai, Ark J H Field, jr. M il
0 11 Peter., Tenn W P Cannon, Tenn
T laylor, Tenn C M Powell, Ark
J J AUirhel, Ark K Li.i. Mm
C W MoCroy, Mint J 11 Field, Mill
W P Malone, Mill C A Winter, uim
D T Patriek, Ark F T Jobo-ton. Ark
L l McCoinbi, Mill J K Snoeil, city
N Fontaine, "ity M W Milliard, Mil!
B P McKee, Mini K F Williami, Mill
J W Jordin, Mill 11 F Nclmei, Tenn
11 MoDlKumery.Miil VV II liurni, Mill
0. B. GALLOWAY A CO PsnpaiiTOEg.
Hatel (1 50 and (I per day, aocordini to
He and location or room epeoial
3 A LeOIercq, Ky J A Mathli, Mo
M A Hlum, Ark M Colin, Ark
ERSiiltle, Mo 11 Oi'iierheimer, Tenn
J K Head, Tonn D F Hunt, Alina
W II DiiMermn, Mill L Neilicv, Auitralia
V C Oe Iwiok, Pa II C Porter, Tenn
CL liitr, NY T W Johtmon, III
R A Hiven, Tern , 11 S lire d o, Tenn
J W KilloUKh, Ark J llirdnian, Ky
II Leni'ircx, HI Ull Sherman , W x
Mrnll UShorumn.N Y C A lliller. Mo
L B MeConina, Ter n C Hot Aw, Wii
L U Idmenhelin, X I, r. Iinnd, 1
1 II lllt..vi.v. UIm V. W Vnaalnr. Mn
O W Kanin, Va H II Buiby Aw, '1 onn
L Joy, Tenn R A II neld, Misi
J W Lnnriion, Mini J P McDonald, Mill
1 I) Schmidt. Ky K Yurnell. 1'a
J Fir.iell, ieon K J McDalo, Mo
(I Hexinoer. 01UO K A Dewry, Jenn
J M linger, N V .1 E Rodoi, Ten a
J II M Morri', Ky S Cmtlc, Mo
W 11 Jonei, Mim o jonnvon, jnifi
K 8 Scranfti, icon.
Dairy ' European Hotel.
Corner of Adami and Main itreeti. Roomi,
60o, 753 and fl per day; American Plan,
fi per dnr.
Flmt-clnm Keilaurant in the Hotel.
J. M. HUFFY 110 rn with Peabody Hotel),
J M Waddle. W Va
J L Molam, Ark -W
8 J Drown, Tens
W Hhorei, Mo
F Johnion, Ark
A Vincent. Mill
TF Hall, Tenn
A MoAbb, Mill
R W Hurley, Ark
Mn May, Ark
W D Alloy, Tenn
W L Molloy. Tea
W J North, Miis
M T Shotwell, Mo
U II L ndiey, Tenn
J C Brickey, Teaa
yR Jenkim, Ark
B Ha-kall, Tena
D J Boyman, Ark
J Weatberford, Tann
W Boyd, Ohio
W J Avery, Mi'i
W E KJwanl. Mill
OC Davii, Mo
F S Moore, Col
B M Hhefdky, Tenn
J B Barrow. N Y
F W Kier, Ky
J A I Ind'ey. Tenn
- A T Hancock, Tenn
i A Waaeueld.lll
It hi " u.'iii;
J Farmer, Tenn,
li ounley, .Miki
N01. 61 and 63 MadLon itreet.
BOWLoO Sl LKAK11 i....lKorai(Toas
Ratei-t2 per 4ay., . .v..
J F Warren, Tenu '., V VVIiUioir, V .
W T Wrie-ut, Ark :Vv II tho;., Ala "
CAVititi, Conn : J II Klwird, Miti
A 8 Chappel. NY P Kelly, Y - k .
Mn Cecil Ao. Va W Aiken, Mill
A F Conk, Tenn - II F Ctn. Tenn
i H udder, Tenn A Irwini N X. .
J rUlhnnn. Mill M K lluncer. Ill
3 U McFarland, Mo A II Jobln, Ark
T J Letun. Ark
W II Culn. Ark
R L bharpe, Tenn
A W Uroiby, Tei
R Carnei, Mont T
1) Hani, La
M Kamell, Ky
3 W Cheek, Okie
j A Matthawi. Tens
W M Keller, eily
. RUilehnit, La
Qui Uavii, 111
R Curo, Ky
1 Cheek, fa.
Mulford, Jeweler, 204 Mali,
leclts urdcrg from the conntrj.
The Nhortf ftt Is the Host.
The Mississippi and Tennetsee Rail
rotd will sell round-tripticketa to New
Orleans on Wednesday, 17th March,
at r. Tickets sood fourteen days.
Pullmai cars cn tiains, and berths
can ba secured in advance by apply
ing early. Accommodations first-clas
to all. Send in your names at once.
For further irfjrmst'on and tickets
call on S. L. Finley, Agt., 2S7 Main
100 Bedsteads fur sal a. Gahay.
Old K 'Id "'' Uvrr lakes aa eaah
I Mulford'a, 894 Bala.
Advice to Motliers.'
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing feyrop
should always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
sufferer atence; it produces natiral.
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as ''bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, allays ill
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty-fiva
a bottle. J
Fine Watch repairing at Malford's.
(let Bntlixla-o Laitomnralno to do
Hours numbers from 25 cents to f 10
at Hook & LaUrill's, Nos. 289 and 2111
Monogram Manglcx; Mulford.
Dj cliig aud Cleaning.
Lsdies' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any ctilnr, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Keigel, 58 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods rprwowd hyeipreas.
Importer aid Daalar la
Sooa. Fiabins; Tarhlo nod Sporlaw
mea'iNippIlM Special attention
(Wen to KANUFACIORI-NU a4 UK
412 Ufaln SUlrfenirtliin.Tenn
It. KUPFEItS CHMIDT,
IMPORTER AND DBA.UKR IM
tf una, Ammunition, Fishing lacsie
and SpiTtsm-'ii's SnppliP",
WH0LESALB ASP RETAIL
! I ixtri "twt, . .. '" ''
S&" The firm of GOODBAR & CO. ba been dissolved, and we have reorganised oer interest in thn Wholesale Boot
and . Shoe Bnsinese, in connection with Mr. W. . Love, late of Warren, Love A Co., St. Louis, Mo., and Mr. J. C.
Callicott, of Coldwater, Miss., nnder the style of and firm name given below. We thank oar friends fir their patronage
in the past and hope for a continuance of their favors. A. B. GOODBA!U
o J. H. GOODBAR.
A. B. eaOODBAK, J. H. GOODBAR, W K. LOVE, J. O. CALLICOTT,
Late of Good bar A Co.. Memphii. Lata of Qoodbar A to., Memphii. Late of Warren. Love A Co., Bu Lonii. Lata of Coldwater, Mii..
GOODBAR, LOVE & 0
3G7 & 3G9 Main
are now receiving a large and Entirely New Ntck of Eastern and
Spring Trade of 1886, which we offer at Hock llottom Price,
We have EXCLUSIVE control in this market of the fol
lowing lines of CUSTOM-MADE Goo is, all of whish we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction:
George Hocker's celebrated Men's Calf Boots.
Brady A Hhortell's Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoes.
T. M. Harris & Co.'s Philadelphia made Children's Shoes.
Also, L. W. Nate & Co.'s Kip Brogans and Plow Show
the best Brogans made in the United States heretofore
handled by Gcodbar A Co.
We are the only honse in this Market handling the cele
brated Krippendorf, Dittmsnn A Co. line of Ltdiee' and
Missee' Kid, Goat and Calf CUSTOM Goods EXCLU
SIVELY, nndwr the Factory Branrls.
Keep Of the Crossing,
the Bargain Train
I.ook Out When the
See the Rich Trizcs the
Misfit Clothing Par
lors Are Offering.
Seasons come and seasons go, and
the time for thin and new clothing
is at hand. Althougk the Misfit
Clothing Parlors have not talked
much through tho newspapers during
the past month, we have been re
markably busy. We have enlarged
and improvod our accommodations
for displaying goods. We have es
tablished purchasing agencieB'.in 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 success is to work for it.
We are receiving new goods almost
daily, and already have on band a
magnificent assortment of goods.
WTe can show all tho 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-mado 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 elothiog,
Please give us a call. We are
proud of our spring 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
trst-class tailors in our Parlors.
, 262 Second St, Memphis,
i Opp. Conrt Square,
r Opes KTenlaca Mtll o'clock.
atnrriaya mH II.
Jihi Ovietok, Ja. C. N. GaosTisoa.
OVERTON & GROSYENOR
Real Estate Dealers
: AGENTS at BBOKEBS,
OCfee, 264 Second Street
jl a. Dor. aocaa ,
-i-tair. whtatb BOIIOHT AND BOLD,
XV Xaiaa Pala, Rant! CoUaflWd, ate., aa
J. 3. SCHMIDT & SON,
ifortarf tnd Soalerl In nai, Amiaa.
! and t'laliluv Tacklis ttaliarr-
a tnlw.r,. , l-r I rle li-lla
i-arlaion fnr llotl, nd Hi,leni-i,8
and 18 Gayoso Streets,
OFFICE No. 24 HIGH
De maae Dy any competing marxeu
ORGILL BROTHERS & Co
310 end 312 Front Street, M emphtis, Tenn.
We are Jnat In Receipt
R. R. Plows, Columbus
WUEIlLBARKOWS, SHOVELS, TICKS, MATTOCKS,
And a Complete Line of CAMP OUTFITS.
DES JARDINS, MILLER & ROOTES,
Tio. 394 WTAIN WTHEKT
Jameo H. Uoodbar Wm. Clark Koaeao J. Carrlngloa rrank . Jaaea
319 Main Street,
WB offer to XE1CH1ITS OILY the larrsit ana bait itoek or Baati a rmoai
haro erer brourht to tbil market, and bich cannot be lurpaaaaa in enalitr ana
ityloi bj any home in tbil or any other oity. In addition tp a eomplat Itae of ai7
made toodi; ine.udini the CBL,fc.BHT!tl HOOWBAK CO. Ba(lll. wehaae
a lariaand lalectitork of Cmtom-made Ooodi for Van, Women, Miuei an tAilaren. We
earry a nomber ot tat Den maaaa in me eounirj, in ier 1 .
them Itbe well known Men'i Calf Boot! and 6oei manufajtured by Ilea. JojkfV '
Bprlnf Trade, we alio oarry a ehoiee line of Ladiei' and Miiiei' CaiUm Kid, Oeat as
Calf floodi, manafaetnred by Krippendorf. Dittman A Co. We invite the treae eiaaaiaa
our itoek before bujing elsewhere, and we caaraatee everythins we Mlla rfea,faja-.
33. ? Co
Wholesale Dealer and Pablkthen,
Sola AienU for taa lollowlm Flrtt-Olan Initrt imeaUi
PIANOS MAICH AC?iS?tlZiJiZ: "A";
aar A NEW T-OCTAVB PIANO FOR l0.-a
Write (or CatlrHmt. THo.aa3 and 8g5 SFCOXI ST.. WEWPniW
D. Ta rOBTEB.
SiocMSora to P0BIEB, TATLGB CO-,
WO. SOO TTtOTTT STR.TTTT. t t MEWPWTB. VTiirm
AflDEEW BTKWAET, New Urleana. ANDREW D. G WYNNE, Mempfcu
STEWART, G101E & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, Got. Factors
HO. 856 AND 858 FRONT 8THEET, HEilPHlS, TESlf m
STEWART BROTHERS & CGMIY
COTTON FACTOKS AKD COMMISSION XETeCUAM.
lyy.w okh:axh. TorrNYtnA.
Oilr: ,"3 PTav
Custom-Made Boots and Shoes lor the
on aa liberal terms as can
We also control the following Specialties nnder oar
own brands, viz :
Goodbar, Love A Co.'s Men's Grained Calf CUr
TOM-MADE Bals, Button and Congress.
Goolbar, Love 4 Co.'s Men's N.K. Calf CUSTOM
MADE Bala, Button and Congress.
Goodbar, Love A Co.'s Ladies' Kid and Goat CUSTOM-MADE
Flexible Polish and Button $3 00 Shoes.
Oar Ladies' $3 00 Shoes are made from the best se
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
of a Large Khlpment of
Steel Drag Scrapers,
JOHN E. BAKPLE & C0-, PKOPR'S,
98 Second St. Memphig. Tan-'.
Sunders & machinists,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
VngiueB, Hollers, ISaw mills,
Bradford Corn and Wheat Mlllf ,
Cotton Prow, Cotton jliu
Shading, Pnllejs, J i.
SPECIAL HoriCE We are prepared to Ull erden.
on io..r noUoe, for the cele. rated iiedar Palea
Wrnil-'" Pnlley. We carry in itoek over
Two Hundred Anorted biarf.
oar Sand for Catalogue and Prli-e-llit.
U. W. MACBAE.