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6 :2s a.m
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12 :lrt a.in
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:40 a.m! 5:(m n m
12;l(2ou'n: 2:4.") p.m
.. 3:4f p.m II :1D ..in
.. 7:15 p.m 7:l e.iu
A-With ill tinea entering Memphl.
B-With M. IN. W . K. R. lor llelena.
0 For OretDTill. and 11 un ting ton, toil all
Arkantaa point. ,
P-Wito V. M. and V S. A P. Railroad.
K-With N.. J. A C. K. K. for Aatcbe and
jarkaon. . '
F-For 1'oint on tha Branch.
6 With fteamora for Bayou Sara.
B With railroad dlrari in( for Florida apd
Coaat point. ,
Pallman Buffet Weeping Canon all tralni.
JAS. M. KDWARDb. V. P.andU.iM.
M. BliRKK, O.n.ral Sup'U
Ia4aaippl anal TnnJBi. - Faiit
vail train learea dally at 4:3(1 p.m. s arrive
at 9:f a.m. Local freight, leave at 6:40
a.m.! arrivea at 4:M p.m.' Freight traina
ot. 5 and i run tri waekly. No. 6 leave,
.mphil Monday, Wedneadey and Friday,
lianaaa Mly, Serine Hll and Mm
Kbla Train) leave M. and T. depot ai fol
wi: No. 4, mall and axprea. leave daily
at 11 : J a.m. t No. 5, mail and eipree. ar
rlr.i at S:Sn p.m. No. M, 81. Loaki expretr,
I.av.i daily at 6:00 p.ra.t No. 65, St. Louii
ipre, arrival at l:.m.
Mean phi and I.litle Rorlt.-Trala
nova aa fullowa (central aland iril time):
No. 1 leaven daily at fi:S p.m,; arrive! at
:Yp.m. No. S leavei at 6:f)6 a.m. : arrive
at S :50 a.m. No. 6 (freight) Icavea llopefield
daily (except Sunday) at 6;00 a.m.; arrive
at 7 :10 p.m. i
Newport NAwaaad MUalaalnpl Tatl-ley.-lratn
move aa follow i No. 8 (tat
lino daily) leavea at 11 :3n a.m. No. 2 leave
at 11:411 p ia. daily. tt. Loula fant line
leave daily at V8 p.m. No. 7 (laat linn
dally) arrive at 1:311 p.m. Mail and ex
prea arfirea daily at .1:1s a. in. Bt. Loult
hat line arrive dally at 11:05 a.m.
Jfrmphl. mid 4'harlrajlon Train
move a follow: Through expreaa leave
dally at 10. 20p.m. Wail and expreaa leave
daily at!:10a in. Homerville accnnimoda
tlon leavaa daily, except Sunday, at 4 :'M
p.m. Through xprie arrivea daily at 5:25
a.m. Mail and exprei ar'ivea daily at 4 :5ft
S.m. Souierville accommodation arrive
aily. except Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
Louliavlllfi anil Nalilll Train
move aa follow: Faat mull aniv.a dully at
4:35 a.m.: leave at 10:10 p.m-1 mail leave
dlly at S'.uO a.m. Hrownville aueouino
datioui leav.a daily, axoeiit Sunday, at 5:00
Sra.i mail arrivea daily at 5:01 p.m.
rownavilla aooommoda'ion arrivea dally.
xeeptHnndai, at 8.40 a.m. latandard tiuia).
evnnbl., Mlrmltinhaim tand Allitat
lie llollv brrinaa Route Tralna move a
follow t No 1 leav.a Memphi dully at S:45
b m. i arrive! at Holly Ppringa at 6:30 p.m. i
No. 3 leave Holly dpriuaa daily at V:00
a.m., arrive at Meniphl at 1 1 :15 a.m. I No.
4 leave Mainrhla daily at 7:30 p.m., arrive
at Holly Spring at 11:5H p.m. I No. 6 leave
llclly Kpringa daily at 8:30 a.m., arrival at
Mamphl at 8:35 a.m.
WaanmuTOK, March 18, 1886. 1
1 o'clock a.m.
For lempliin and vicinity: Station
ary U'liipcmturo, fair weatlit'r; bluo
croaopnt, rod Htir.
Mim-Hia, Taan., March 17, IKHtl.
Time. Bar. Tiinr. Wiud W'tunr
7:00 .ra :UV(W) 55.11 K. Clt'itr.
11 :00 .m :U).0HH H7.3 S. Clear.
3:00 ..m M.lKill 7II.S S.K. (Hear.
7:00 p.m 21I.V8S; 70.8 S.K. Kmr.
10:00 pm ;I0.014! (Ml.: U.K. VAvar.
Mnxioinm temperature, 75.0.
Minimum temperature, 55 2.
All observations are taken on 75s
meridian time, which ia one hour
fatter than local time.
The Country Girl at thu thcaU'r to
night. The RtrvH't railroad out Hernando
has rtu:hed Georgia street. .
The rireiw oppoaite the Theater
aeenia to he catching the erowd,
The number of application" for
building permits ia increaHing every
The Taxing I)intri;( official will
not move over into the City Hall for
ahmit two weeks.
The varioim Moral companies art
making preparation)) for an uniimially
big spring trade.
The young ladica of the Flint
Metholist chunih gave a "white tea"
The Baltimore and Ohio Tele
paph Coni)any will be ready for
busincH.1 in about two weeks.
Henry Green ami IVlter Ann
"Watkins, fcinio Kockford and Hattie
Massy . ere licensed to marry yester
day. Evry district in the coiiKty luu
from one to thrte iMiudidiites for Ueg
ister, ''subject to the action of the
The. jury in the McNeil case failed
to agree yesterday. McNeil's sister
was lined f50 for attempting to bribe
and sentenced to ten days in the
The Linden Street lWbull Club
defeated the l'oidar Street llaselmll
Club by a score of 2"J to 4 yesterday.
Maury and Neely were the battery
for the Linden Street and Mitson and
Pamuiann for tbe l'oplar Street club.
O. K. Hess, W. T. Arrington, 11.
A. Carmll, James L. Minor, llelier
Jones, li. J. Wood and John N. Har
bin applied for a charter of inconmra
tion by the name and style of tbe
TennesMce Vineral Taint Company.
Tbe ftast of St. Joseph's will be
duly celebrated at St. Joseph's church
to-morrow with solemn high mass and
panegyrical oration at 10 o'clock a.m.,
and vespers and i reaching in the even
ing at 7:"0 o'clock by. Father A.
v 1'Vputy-Slieriir Walter Tope, ac
companied' by lr. Ward and Mr.
Harry t.oodyear, left-last night for
Nashville in charge of seven lunatics
' whose runoval to the asylum at Nash
villo lias hecn decided' upon. Their
names are K. Scarlield, lA'wis Kdgar,
Kgaline Tris tor, Mary Morgan, Susan
, Minkin, Charles Hurst and James
The visitors at the Woman's Kx
vhango veterdav weix F. B. Hunter,
S. 1. Kvle, vis." A. W. Colo of Arling
ton, Thos. V. Kldridge, L. P. Fealher
ston of Forrest Citv. J. 11. Malone,
Mrs. S. M. Maury, Sirs. I. . Collier,
Mrs. J S. (ia'lloway. Mrs. A. F.
Tucker, Miss Georgie Klilridu-e, Chas.
M. 1. Adauwof St. Ixmis, Miss Fan
nie Mav,. I. W. 1'eters. Mr. lienj. Kd
wurd. 'W. M. Messick and tieorge
Mr. .lames Garden, v ho lectures
next w..ck for the bcnellt of the
Youna Men's Christian Association at
the Fii-I Baptist church, by special
request, in company with several gen
tleiiu n, vitiu-d Miss Higbee's school
yesfrlsy forenoon, and at the
solicitatmn of the principal, gave a
slmrt lecture on elocution and recited
a trt-autiful jms'iii from Tennyson. The
younij L lies were highly pleased, lie
luu also lieen invite J to vinit the Clara
Police Court proceedings yester
day: Fleas. Scott, r-olon-d, w ife w hip
ping and abusive language, fined f.,
paid ; Tom Wilkerson, white, vagran
cy, fined 13; John H. Aconl, white,
drunk and disorderly, lined 15; S. T.
Cavehs'k, white, plain drunk, fined
t'2; (iisirge WkmI. colored, disorderly
nnd resisting un oltieer, lined $."0; AN .
F. Shippcy, white, violating sidewalk
ordinance, fined $10 ; F. A. Jones ami
Charles Brown, driving stock through
public streets, fined 50 each.
The Fquitable Gas Light Com
pany of Memphis vtas organized yes
terday. Thou. H. Milburn, oresident ;
John V. Cochran, vice-president;
William Katzenberifer, tn-asurer; No
land Fontaine, . I. Henry Martin, Louis
Hanauer. J. T. l'ettit, .lirectors. The
company proposes working under the
new and improved method of making
gas, winch lias leen successloHy
adopted and is now working in New
York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Chi
cago, .sau i rancisco ami J'etroil, anl
will he enabled to furnish a better
quality of gas, and at reasonable
prices, to consumers.
Simon Mosks of luisvillo is at the
New Uayoso Hotel.
J. II. Skmpi.e of Denver is at the
New Gayoso Hotel.
Miss Katk Moxi.nv of Iiuisvillu is
at the New Gayoso Hotel.
W. II. Owes of Washington, D. C,
is at tbe New Gayoso Hotel.
Gov. AuxiiN ami daughter, Miss
Jessie, are at the 1'cabody Hotel.
Mas. It. Stni-MAN returned home
from New York yesterday evening.
Miss I'miinr Bvknks of MeOIet '
registereil at the New Gayoso Hotel.
Coi II. A. Montoomhiiy returned
home yesterday, after a Hying visit to
Miss I'itii Bomanan lias returned
to the city after n pleasant visit to
Pit. J. W, Hoiiu of the VandcrbiU
I'niversity, Nashville, Tenn., is at the
New (iayoso Hotel.
Mai. K. H. Tkmi-i k, chief
., , III I I lllllll.TI
of the Memphis.
Atlantic railroad is nt the New Guyono
Jamks MaUtin, superintendent of
the Southern I i vision l'ullman I'aloco
Car Company, is nt tbe New Gayoso
Tub New Gayoso Hotel has been
crowded for the last week, which
speaks volumes in favor of its liberal
( nii.NKi.n s Wiikki.kii, general agent
of the Northwestern lire Insurance
Company of Milwaukee, is at the
New Gayoso Hotel.
Tiik favorite society Im'IIc, Mim Kline
rreneh, lias returned trom her rscw
Orleans trip, and is residing at the
New Gayoso Hotel.
J iir competition among tne leading
hotels is of irreat benefit to the travel
ing public, as they are always sure
now of polite and prompt attention to
their wants while sojourning in our
1 hominknt arrivals at the ISew liay
oso Hotel: W. H. Colvin. C. W.
Merriam, John Koper, Sam'l Baker,
npresenttiveH of the Chicago Board
of Trade, are guests at the New Gayoso
Miss Mary L. Towni.iv, formerly of
the l ealxKty, is now housekeeper at
the New Gayoso Hotel, and is win
ning golden opinions for the credit-
able manner in which she performs
J. M. Cimu.kv and wife. (). G. Dort
and wife, Henry l. Carroll and wife,
and John M. Stebbina and wife ol
Npringlleld, Mass , are on a visit to
Memphis and have taken rooms at tho
New Gayoso Hotel
To-mkrow is tha red letter excur
sion day in the history of Memphis.
Hundreds of our best people will goto
New Orleans via the ureat valley
route. Fare for tho round trip is only
$5, and first-class accommodations
have been secured for all. Neoure
sleeping-car berths from R. II. Talley,
under 1 eahody Hotel.
Skk ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and Laundry on fifth page.
100 Bedsteads for sale. Gabay.
For kalsomlnlng telephone 60tr, A.
MemphisStainid Glass Works, 336
Third street Call and see.
Dr. J. B. Wassoh has not left tbe
city, but still continues to practice
dentistry at 207 Second street.
0. D Smith, veterinary surgeon,
office F. A. Jones A. Co., 61 Monroe
street. Residence, Franaloli House.
Gknkbal repairing done by compe
tent workmen at the Cunningham
Wagon-Works, corner of Monroe and
Tin Desoto Oil company is prepared
to till order for the highest grades of
finished fertilisers and feitiliaing ma
terials. Ths Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonloand anti-periodic known. A oertaia
ana aula car lor chill Pnoa 11 per bot
tle. Henl atawi 'or olrculara. Any ref-
eni-o giien. addraat John 0. Hooker,
Rsduction In price of best Kentucky
lump coal to 30 cents per barrel. In
city limits, in ten barrel lots. Sold
by Ayers A. Strange A Co., otlice, 287
Main street, telephone 003.
A sLioiiT cold, if neglected, oftan
attacks the lungs. Brown's bronchial
Troches give sure and immediate re
lief. Sold only In boxes. Price 25
The annual rmeting ot the Tennes
see Club will be held at the Club-
rooms this Thursday evening, INtn
instant, at 8 o'clock. Members are
urgently requested to be present.
The most efficaciona stimulants to
eicite tbe appetite are Angostura
Bitters, prepared by Dr. J. G. B. Sie
gert & Sons. Beware ot counterfeits.
Ask your grocer or druggist for the
Mulford, Jeweler, 294 Main,
loclts orders from the eonntry.
lyeliiK i Cleaning.
Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Heigel, M Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods recni"d by express.
Ksoel'oiK'C and Cash
Are the secrets of Mulford's success.
Un la Kndaxlre A Ugemaralae for
your I'lmniilnar aaad Una- Ituwaj.
100 Bedsteads for sale. Gabay.
Tnrki.sh Hath, Electric Hatha.
Hot nnd cold. Telephone 770.
Yonr Freni Clocks
der at Mul!ord's,y'4 Main.
Put in order
C. B. OALLOWAT A CO PoritTOi.
iiau wi 50 and 13 par day, aemriling v
aii and location of room Special
H W Rbodaa.fla
L C Hal oh. Ark
vy H Broddui, Tenn
J S Bell, Ark
F N Jon, Ky
Mr I. Neabil, Mie
W J Colhurn, Tenn
0) C Farguon, N Y
E J Hall, Ark
C K Ilutler. Ark
J II Langtry V, Mau
J liuwbvr, Mo
Mr, Le.ii, N Y
P Phonix, N Y
T I) Andcnoa 4", Col
.Mm J Alcorn, Alia
W I) Gr'noolh. N Y
II II Webber, Mich
h II Morrow. Ky
8 H al, N Y
1) W Reed, Mira
I, W Huntingdon, Miaa
W 8 M.tihewi., Mut
J 11 Hmitli, Tenn
J W yriedman. N Y
H W Curtii, Mo
V W Foater. Oa
K C Macrumba, N Y
1) Hire, b. Ky
J II Kenton, III
W II biiokloy 4w, N Y
I. P Davli. Pa
J W Vineaat Mich
Mra A Nl. Mr
0 Lugger, DO
J A Carr, Tenn
C Ja'gune, Tenn
M k I Hall. Ark
J Priaiell. Tenn
VY Hunkel, La
.1 li Kevgott, Mo
Mm Lewi. N Y
II B Jijne. Pa
J I. Alcorn, Mia
J F ( onion, III
II M Koier. Ill
.1 M Milan. Mich
I. llcmky. Pa
W Watorhoua. N V
J l("iihu-h. N V
A right, Va
V Kearney. Mia
W A Ron. K
B M llibbard. Mo
J II Owner, Mia
T C Ktr, ()o
J W Bailay, Mil
I. nrucgar, n t
W A Wiard. Ky
it A nre, Mo
Mi. i N Whltnor.Ark Muter I) ln.lv. Ark
A J Center, Teg. J 11 Ilendereon, Tex
I! Ilr.lt.. n, SV QB Mathia, Mix
W II Flynn, Tana O Bradley, Tenn
A B Long, Tenn P llallaran, Ky
C A Etalnback, Tenn C Morrow, Tenn
M Mnagban,jr,Tnnv? C McNutt, Mia
Alex Lone, SO B F (larrett, atia
NO Man ton, M if a.
W. n. BINQUAM MAHAbgg.
Xarupeaa plan. Knlargedand relurniahtd.
i'ricei acoording to aiie and loca
tion of room.
8 Barbee, Tenn
M A Little, Tex
II A biaith, Ark
J B Legoriame, Ml
Ir Kramer, Tenn
B P Rogera, Tenn
T P Turner, Tenn
A K Waller, Ark
M Know, ei, Ky
Mia W Crew. MP
W II Wnoldrid-., Ky
T 8 Aderholdt, Mia
O D Oreen.Tenn
Mia M llrean, Tenn
0 B Cohin if, Tenn
J R Calhoun, Tenn
ti M Tufla, Ark
J V Hluaaer, Tenn
Jaa Moony, Ky
B F Jarrell, Tenn
J K McKinnie. ienn
Sil Jone. Mo
v Bickneil, Tx
J Prver. Miaa
Cha Brown, Tenn
J K I Hale, Ark
L A Inge. Tenn
A Strelemkl, Tenn
T Boyd aw, Tenn
W llardell, N Y
W It adaina, Tena
J R Khnlton, Ark
J I) Dillard.Tenn
K K Jonea, MiM
Miaa M Oibha, Tena
II P Maxwell, Miaa
P Wlneman, III
M W llilliard, MiM
K Buck, Ark
A K blunter, Tnn
J SLa.l.l, Ark
John s Manda, Ark
J W Collina, Kaa
Ilrown Jone, Mo
J W Terry, Mi
11 11 Roaanihal, Mira Mia Koaenthal, Mit
A n arren, N J.
Ibe Blew Uayoao.
FAERISilTON, STEWART Jc WHITE,
lUUs, 12 50 to II per day, acoording to locus
lion of rooua.
BC Deny aw. Ark T B Harria, Ky
CMHchmtt, Mo " W M'.nt.omery, Ky
II K lloylea, La II Banka, Tenn
W Hampton, Tenn W 11 Owen, l C
0 B Kraure, Fla W 1 McKay, Mich
II W Overall, Tenn W II Calvm, III
C W Merriam, 111 J Hirer. Ill
8am'l Hall, r, III ) D Oreen, Tenn
Mr M T Uibhi, Tenn Jame Martin, Ohio
L L Horer, Ti-an F 0 Mort head, Miaa
ULHedford mtic Ten (1 R Page, Mia
C L Robinaon, Mia J M Preitidge, N Y
W K Wight-van, Mo W W CoiliiU, Tenn
J Rawion, Tenn 8 J Laalle, Tann
J M Hamblelt, Ml- C L Mithew. Mial
J (I Willini, Teon Miaa Byrna. Tann
0 Wheeler, Mich J llraham, Tenn
CB McAfee. Mo J M Cooley Aw, Mam
0 Hurt Aw, N II HI) Carroll Aw, Maa
J M bUbbini, Mau J Hample, Col
J N p'rott, Miaa Dr J N Todd, Tena
Miaa K Moxley.Tena W L Bo d, Ky
8 l RoberUon, Miaa F L Puckett, Miaa
A W Collier. Tenn J M Slavena, Tann
BPHioka. Ky 0 M Day, ienn
H 11 Temple, Va W H Orr. Tenn
KKBvana.Tenn 8 tt Reynold, Tena
F B King, NY CO Caruthera, N Y
8 F Hmith, N Y Rtl Steel, N V
No m and .3 Madlaon itraet.
B0WLK8A LKAKK ....PaorgigTORS.
Rate ti per day, day board I'JJ per
P A Thompion, Tenn J A Freeman, Miaa
D II Kuwler, Mial C A I)e baaaure, Tenn
J U Pickett, city M K Bai gor, Mo
W Harder, Miaa W Pui.alad, Ienn
tl Barger, Mia J A Cuirie, Ark
1 H llardaway.Tann W Aiken. Mia
J W Viok, Ky J Calhoun. Mia
P B Foot, Tenn j Hamlet, N Y
J Hamlet, Tex J II Jone, Tex
Mi BMay, Ky.
DanT'a European Hotel.
Corner of Adama and Main atreet. Room,
60o,7ooand II per day; American Plan,
12 per day.
Flrat-claaa Reatanrant in the Hotel.
J. M.DUFFY (10 rr with Peabody UoUt),
J Burner, Tena W W Cooler Aw, N Y
J II Thompion, Ark W F M William, Tex
R Dann jr. Ark J A Powell, Mi
W T Allen, Mill J F Murray, Ind
A 8 E Wilaon, Mill WF Brown, Ark
R D Boa-en, Mia J A Cobb, TV no
U K Smith, Tenn L U Myer, III
J I) Hhelan, Kaa H J Morgan, Tena
W W Trout, Tenn K II Daly, Tenn
W II Maraoall. Ill Q E Paul, Mo
VT M Roae. Ark J B Harrow, N Y
W Ourphey, Mia N L Turner, Ky
W 0 hoott, Ky J D Robertaon, Ark
B I. M lam, Tena M Renker. 1-nn
A M Martin. Ark R 8 Kuih.1I, Tena.
Tha riM-o for Everything.
Just receive.!, an entire new stock
Embroidery ninterinls Zephyr, Can
vas, ritiHh, Felt, Sateen, Knitting
and Embroidery Hilks. Call and see
the new designs in art needle-work.
Embroidery and stitiaping to order.
Old Gold Mwd Sliver
Taken aa cash, Mulford's, 294 Mala.
llcrndoa dc Taltaoon.
Mr. P. P. McDaolel baa letired
from tha Aim of Herndon A McDan
iel. His interest baa been purchased
bv Mr. John Calhoon, formerly of
Holly Springs, and the firm ia now
Herndon A Calhoon. They continue
the business ai merchandise brokers
and manufacturers' (rents. Mr. Cal
hoon ia a clever (tentleman and one
likely to become popular in the busi
ness circles of Memphis.
Order 91taliiai ftluirord'M.
I til by ItllKKi
V larre iiHsortmetit in new deeirnaj
at AMKS, BKATT1R A XJ. B
Furniture Store, 3 Main atroel
MonoKraui ItauKloHt Ululford.
For domestic use, delivered anywhere
within tbe city limits, in lots of ten
barrels or more. Beat clean lnmp,
30c; nut, 27 Jo per barrel. For steam
purposes our usual low prices, either
by cart or car-load.
r. b. aB.n,
Coal Agent U and N. K. A. Co.
Solid Silverware) at Mnlford'a
Sair your rase, iron, bones and
bides to Uabay. Highest cash price
Fine Watcu re patriae at Xalford'a.
A DruKRlMt's b tor jr.
Mr. Ibsac C. Chapman, drtiftirist.
Newburg, N. i., writes us: "1 have
for the rait ten years eold several
grots of Dr. William Hall's HaUira for
the Lunm. 1 can sav ot it what l
cannot sav of any other medicine, I
have never heard a caKmer speak of
it but to praise its virtues in the high
eet manner. 1 bava recommended it
in a great many ceses of whoopiDs
const), with the happiest ettects. 1
have used it in my own family for
many yean; in fact, alwayi have a
bottle in the medicine coeet ready for
t uiIcmIk; A L naainlB t da
APPEAL THURSDAY, MAttCH 18, 1886.
Keep Off the Crossing, for
the Bargain Train
Look Out When the
Sec 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
much through the newspapers during
the past month, we have been re
markably busy. We have enlarged
and improved our accommodations
lor displaying goods. We have es
tablished purchasing sgenoies'.in new
cities, and sought by every means
possible to offer our customers bolter
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 hand a
magnifioent assortment of goods.
We can show all the latest styles and
For the large patronage bestowed
upon us we foci very thankful. The
best way to win patronage is to de
serve it. It is our great facilities for
getting fine tailor-made elothing 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 clothing,
Please give us a call. We are
proud of our spring stock and want
you to inspeot 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 Tartars.
262 Second St, Memphis,
Opp. Court Square.
- poa Creating til 'clock,
Wnnrtiv ttitatl II.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers.
2 19 Main HU, HenphlM, Tenn
Wlablnar t Rettr fraan BnalnerM
We Otter war fcanlre
STOCK AT COST.
DEMOCRATS TO THE FRONT Ta aU
petaaaa ektni Qererament Em
plormont ia any oi tha department 1 1
Wahtnton, or aay ether aoaition andai
tha Uorernment, I will Mad tall tnatrnotion
a to how to BroeKKMl to oataln the aatne,
and Blaaih rnrtaiaaf' Aliatloei on
racelpt ol Ona Dollar. Aefclraae JOHN
WIlaWH. 1m.hn VUi. 1iwaara.
ADDITIONAL ItlYEK NKYV&
Oaibo, March 17- Night River L'0'
feet 8 inches on tbe wage and fal in.
Weather fair and mild.
PiTTsnoiw, Maroh 17. Night River
4 feet 8 inches on tbe gauge and ris
ing. Weather clear and cool.
Naw Orleans, Mareh 17. Night-
Arrived: (JoKlen Crows, Cincinnati.
Departed : Charles Morgan, Cincinnati.
Whmumo, W.VA.,March 17. Night
River 0 feet 11. inches on the gauge
and rising. Weather elondy and pleas
ant. EvAN8Vii.Li,March 17 Night Ri er
falling, with 10 ft-et on the gauge.
Weather thermometer 60 to 73". ire
Golden Rnle telegraphs that she will
pass ap at midnight.
CinciiNHATi,Marcb,17 Night liver
13 (vet 2 inches on the gauge and
rising. Weather fair and warm. De-
fartd: James W. Oaff, Memphis;
'aria C. Brown, New Orleans.
LovisviiXB, March 17 Night River
stationary, with tHeet 3 inches in the
canal ami 4 feet 1 inch on tha falls.
Business dull. Weather clear anu
piearanL Arrived: Ohio, Memphis.
St. Looib, March 17. Night Rival
Sallen i inch, and now stande l!l fott
on the gauge. Weather clear aud
pleasaitt. Ar lived: Oily ol Helrvna.
New Orleans, Departed i. Citvr of
Natcbea, New Orleans.
Ad the t Motaera.
Mrs. Winnlowa Soothing Syrup
should always be used whun chii'dreu
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
Batterer at once; it produces natural,
quiet aOcrp by relicvirg the child
from pain, and tae little cherub
awakes aa "bright ae nuUr n." It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothes
tbe child, eofu-up, tbe gunis, allays all
pain, relieves vind, regulalea the
bowels, and is the hent known remedy
for diarrho. vbetber arising from
teething or ober causae. Twenty-five
J&-The firm of GOODBAB & CO. hat
mr.A Khna HmlnMi in Minnvtinn WILD. KIT. W. K. lata OI r imi. UJT
Callicott. of Coldwater. Mia., under the
in tbe past and hope for a continuance
A. B. OOODBAM.
Late of Qoodbar A Co., Mem phi.
Lata of Qoodbar A t o., atemphi.
GOOB33AR, LOYE & CO.
307 & 369 Main
cow receiving a large and Entirely Sew Stck of Eastern and
Spring Trade of 1886, which we offer at tock ltotioni Prices,
be made by any competing market.
W havs EYfTLTTSIVE control in this
lowing lines of CUSTOM-MADE Goods, all of wbinh we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction :
George Hooker's celebrated Men's Calf Boots.
Brady & Shortell's Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoes.
T. M. Harris ACo.'s Philadelphia made Children's Shoes.
Also, L. W. Nnte & Co.'e Kip Brogans and Plow Shone
the beet Brogans made in the United States heretofore
bandied by Gcodbar A Co.
We are the only honse in this Market handling tbe cele
brated Krippenderf, Dittmann A Co. line of Lidies' and
Missee' Kid, Goat and Calf CUSTOM Goods EXCLU
SIVELY, nnder the Factory Brands.
QOODBAR. LOVE k CO.,
BOOTS AND hHOES.
Mik-raia, lass., March 1U, 1886.
TO THE TBADE t
We made a contract some months
ago with George Ilocker, the manu
facturer of the celebrated "Ilocker
Boot," for the exclusive handling of
his boots at wholesale in this market,
and have advertised in various news
papers to this effect. We notice re
cently that another wholesale shoe
houso in Memphis is advertising
that they have George Hooker's calf
boots for sale, manufactured for the
spring trade. In order that we should
not be placed in a false attitude be
fore the trado, we wrote to Mr. Hook
er on February 27th to know whether
or not he had sold his calf boots to
any other wholesale house in Mem
phis, and we herewith publish his
reply. Very respectfully,
CIOODBAB, LOVE V CO.
OFFICE OP GEORGE 1I0CKER,
If ANUPAOTURKR OF
BOOTS AND SUOtCS,
ClxomxATl, 0., March 1, 1886.
Meaara. Goodbar, Lot A Co., Mamphii,
Gentlemen We have just re
ceived your letter of February 27th.
Goodbar & Co. have not bought a
tingle pair of boot from tit for the
I cannot think that they are gotting
them through any other house, as we
roooived no orders that they could
send, and are only selling one other
jobbing house these goods. I do not
think they get them from them,
' Mr.OROK HOCK SR.
Importer and Dealer in
nni, Flariln; Tackle ftad Hporta
ai Mappllfja. r Special attention
(Wen to MANUFACTUKIiNU and RE
41 a Main Nt., Memphis Tenia
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
slnns, Ammnnltioa. Fishing Tackle
and Hporrsmen'8 enppnes,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
aad Halo HtrecUnemphla, Tenn;
Uannfaetnrlni and Repairing of Onni a
MpeolaltT. a-Telepnon no. w-
Sweet Pickles, Etc.
(Maaflrd Frnlt PleUael Oraaaea,
marled Frnlt Pleklwd Caeambera,
Mntred Frail Pick Ppprs,
BtaalTed Fralt PIckM Haa,
nixed Sweet Plehlaa,
Bluckweira Cbaw-t'kaw and
Plata ( nenmbrr Pleklea kjr the vail.
Other branda of Plata and Mixed
Pleklea la Cllaaa and Olive.
J,F. BUCKTXAJI & CO.
Corner Second and lteale SU.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
mnoetar and deaJars ta BnBfcAmnin.
iikMi anil riahlaHe Taekle. Mulldera'
Hardware, t.ln lila Hell and An
nanelalarafor Hotel and I'eaidenret.aaii
Mala atreet, MriuutttM, Tena Eleotrlo
uplia aJwara on band. Repairing neatly
SHEA & McCABTHT.Propr's,
140, 142, Ilk Front, Xemphfo.
ONE Of TH 1 LARGEST BOILEB 8E0P3
in the oath. and tha omr eompkta
Boiler and Bit-lro Work in meoiij
aaahntarai mi haail lat
werk of ererr deaerlption. BpoetaJ
attentlA eiyew lAlawtetlon wort.
John Otiitoh.'. 0. N. OtoarBSoa.
OVERTON It GR0SVEN0R,
Real Estate Dealers
4GECT8 k BROKERS,
Offloov204 Second Street.
m. Mm Oor. eeeaad and Heart,
ME-tl'UlS. - 1ESNESSEE.
-r-e.i. XKTAT BOliaiTt AND 8GID1
r 7axe Paid, Rent OolWuiad, ate., on
Notice to Brickmakers.
S BALED propoal will b roeeired at
Bolivar, liar joman county, Tenn., un
til the iid f MA AC 11, ISoti. at llo'olock m.,
tor the making f
a.eoe.ooe ia a.ooe.eoo haxd-madi
to be ud In tie eroolion of the Weat Ten
neaee Hi apitul for Inaane. All brick are t
he made and burned on hoapital (rmundt
near Uoliva.r. By applying to Auatln Miller
Bolira,, tenn., bidder on procure ai'ecifi
cationi and all aeoe-.ary Information.
Chairman of Building l ommltte.
n dissolved, and wa tave reorganixed oor interest in tbe Wholesale Bora)
r. W. E. Love, late of Warren, Love & Co, Bt Loitia, Mo., and Mr. J. a
style of and firm same riven below. We
of their favors.
W K. LOWE,
Latvoi Warren, Lor
and 18 Gayoso Streets,
OFFICEIVo. 24 HIGH
market of the fol
We also control
own brands, viz :
ORGILL BROTHERS & Co
SIO SMid 313 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
We are last la Receipt
R. R. Plows, Columbus
WHEELBARB0WS, SIIOTELS, PICKS, MATTOCKS,
And a Complete Line of CAMP OUTFITS.
DES JARDIUS, MILLER & ROOTES,
No. 394 STREET
jamea M. Soodbar Wan. i. Clarh
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street,
WE offer to KERCH AST) OILY tha larrest t i beat itock of Boot iad Shoal iwe
. Eh.vo'.T.r bronnht to thl. market. and which &''&
o by any noma m mi or any oiiy. "v: i T Riiii ii iThinau
ile rood, inoludina the 'REkBltaTV IMIODHA k CO. aOAir1slanaia
l.t ?tooV of Ca.tomad Good for Men. Woaaen, Mia. and Chrfdien. Wa
carry a number of tha beat make in tha country, in ewt variety
t"mltha well knoirn Men'. Calf Beot. and Shoe. "4Vn ?2; gat ,n"
Bprini Trade. e a n carry a ohoi line of Ladiea' aed Mlae Cntom Kid, ""
gSlf (food... manufaotared , by.Krlpp.mlorf, D 0VMfc
our .took petore Buying aisewuero, anu wa
U. BROOKS. T. H. MILUUBH, iZt iCii"
ANDRBff RENKERT, . SOL tWLSMAJI, 7Vfl"'
JAMKS 8. ROBINSON. WM.. .A
aw-D. poult raeaivad la. won of M n4
annually. . .
UuaU, and, in general, axeouta aar nnancial buina renairiac
are-'wVlMua draft., In am. to .uit prwWar., on all parto T . .
War Wi hare a comiodioua Vault for tha depont ol yalauablao, which li at
ur caitomara, Fro af Charnei
D. P. UADDEN, President.
J AM EH WATHAW. Cawlier.
M. Sarin. Itkl I.IHUni.
Wholesale Grocer, Cotton ITatstom
Ani, Cosnmission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front
HIV rWKSH ADAMH AND JKFK1MMMI.
Mr.ll. V. BAINBT d9W Mho!e time te the i . fjM Cotton eetrmitot
j. a n f!tton WrhniiM, W Wahingtori jtr1ll1
If rtnVley, Ark., Mannfactnrerg of
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER,
AUD I K A Lraa an
Doers, Senh Bllndf, Dressed Fliwrinir, Celllnjr, Weather-Boarding
Impress ShluKleis LatUs ttc.
ana-Oarfacllitiaa are unaurpaaeed by any aawraill in the.Sonth for nl inaj order promptly.
i"n,eilin.8idi CfPrM. , SbiaalM a apecialie: al.o. Framin.
l'ot iViwuZiil. "Wamak. the Whole.ale Buaina. a .peoial faatara. Ordera
" ulinited and promptly filloo.
ITo. 124 Je Person Stroet
iternberg & Son,
08AGC0, CIGARS & PIPE?.,
336'Front St., Cor. Union, Memphis, Tenn,
Notice to Flantcrs.
IX HUNDRED buahela of lh celebrated
O Allen aeed fu
'iiVAChR OIL WORKS.
March 14, 1SS6.
a IM- L LOlia, UIU.,
thank our friem.' for their patronage
J. C. CU ''"' .
k Co., St. Loui. Lata ,f Coldwater,
Custom-Made Boots and Shoes for thr
on as liberal terms aa can
following Specialties under oor
Goodbar, Love A Co.'s Men's Grained Calf CUSTOM-MADE
Bale, Button and Congress.
Goolbar, Love A Co.'s Men's N.K. Calf CUSTOM
MADE Bils, Button and Congress.
Goodbar, Love A Co.'s Ladies' Kid and Goat CUSTOM-MADE
Flexible Polish and Button $3 00 Shees.
Our Ladies' $3 00 Shoes are made from tbe best ee
lected Cnracoa Kid and Tampico Goat Stock, and have
Solid Sole Leather Counters and Flex ble Inner Solee
and we warrant them to fit and give perfect saiitfaction
in every resneet.
M I TS
of a Large Shipment af .
Steel Drag Scrapers,
Entjene J. Varrlne;tOB rranai w. anta
'""' tV,aVB A I ai '0.
- - -w -rr a tTr.ni7D ICD
" " '" R.ml
npward, and rntarre allowed on aama Beml
... o...iu. mu.1.. airiaiai. acta.
ta aarrloa of
EWD. G0LBSM1TH, Tlce-Presldent
rnoa. ajaarm. '
St., Memphis, Teau
- I.EK, AGENT,
EGGS FOR UATCIIIM..
FROM ehoica yarda of While Leghorns
HoudanandlitSauea. ft! per IS. My
stock are (irat-claaa. and guaranteed to be a
repreaented. I ahip in light baakeu and in
lure lafe arrival.
Tf , CI. " ISDit wr... v i v.-, aim