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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1880,
RAILROAD JIM TABLE.
LoateTflle, e w Orleans and Trial B
HHaSlSMPPI TAIXKT BOCT.
in rixi November !2, IS.
' Aal' MAIL. I Son'- Worth.
i.i, a 4 M p.m 11:00 a. m
Kfi ZZiB :46 p.m a.m
L?l.T .C :f p.m 6:l a.m
i.:.:-.- K..- a.. 1:W a.-
Kth.l P D:i a. en S:pin
: - P-S. J:3U P-
KXl'KKbS. Boath. North.
Metnuhie a. mi 5:00 p.m
fiu. ..... - W:"WI 2:4ft p.m
.. J:4.. p.nnll:K .m
A-With ell linei entering Metnphti.
B uii.i. u AN W U H. Inr llili.nl.
0 for ttroenville and llununfion, and all
D With V.AM, and
nd V.. S. k P. Rallroade.
(h N..J. AO. R-K. for atchoi nd
F For Point, .a the Branch.
J Witheteameri I..r Baron Bare.
H With railroadi diver(ini for florid aad
Pallet? 5u'ivr81plnt Carton all trelni.
JAB. M. KDW AKI)8, V. P. andU..M.
' M. BUHKK, General Sup't.
Bjlnataolppl aad Teaaeaae. - Fait
mail train leavei daily at 4:3U ; rrivee
at 9 '4ft a.m. Looa fraifhl leavei at 6:40
a m i arrival at 4:30 p.m. Frel.ht traiot
Not. 5 and t ran tri weekly. No. leave.
Kompbii Monday, Wedneeday and Friday.
liaaaao tTlty, prlaaB'ld aad Hon
hli Traint leave M. and T. depot at fol
fewa: No. 4, nail and oiproat, leavei daily
at 11: a.m.; No. 3, mail and oiprata, ar
rival at S:30 p.m. No. 66, 8t. LoaiieipreM.
laaTM daily at 8:00 p.m. 1 No. 65, ht. Loull
eprea, arrive, at 1:66 a.m.
Meoapbla 1.1111a . Trnlni
novo aa fullowa (oantral atand.rd timo) i
No. 1 leavei daily at &: l-.m.i arrlvea at
f M p.m. No. 3 laaTtt eto:n6 a.m.; arrivri
at8:M.n. No. 6 (freinht) ieavee llopefleld
daily (enoept Bondiy) at 6:00 a.m.! arrive
at 7:10 p.m.
Blewpart lewa amd Ml.alaalnpl Tal
low. Iralnt move at tollowa: No. ( (laal
Hot dally) leavat at lliWa.ni. No. 2 leavaa
at 11:40 pm. daily. r)t. Loaia fatt Una
Ieavee daily at 4:80 P m. No. 7 Out line
daily) arrivat at 1:30 p.m. Hall and e
areai amvee daily at 8:1 a.m Bt. Lou it
feat lino arriTM daily at DiUS a.m.
fjeaapbla aad 4'barleatoa Traint
dot aa followt: Throutth .ipreii l.avei
daily at 10:20 p.m. Mail and expreti leavei
daily at::10aro. BoaerviH. aooommnda
iion Ieavee daily, eteept Hunday, at 4 :;I0
a.m. ThromtheipreM arrive! daily at 6:2ft
a.m. Mail and eapreie arrive! Hallyat 4 :65
a.m. Homerville aoooramodalion arrival
daily, .aoepl Sunday, at 8 :30 a. m.
Loalavllla aad Haahvllla Traint
mov. aa followa: Fart mail arrirat daily at
4135a.m. 1 laavaaatlO:lUp.m.t mail leavat
dally at (:0D a.m. Brownnville aoeomtno
datiom laaval daily, oioepttiunday, at 5:00
a.m. I mail arrival daily at 6:03 p.m.
Browntviile accommodation arrive! daily.
leeptBaadav, at 1 .40 a.m. (itandard lima).
amphia, tllrmlaabatfa and Atlan
tic Holl Borine Route Traint movo at
followt: No 1 leavei Mamphli daily at 8:45
, I antral at Holly Bprinyt ato:itup.m. i
daily at 9:00
a.m.. arrivaa at Mampfe
at il tl a.m. I n
6 laavat Mamphit daily at 7:30 p.m.. arrival
at Uolly rtprtnea at ll:o p.m.) no. o laavaa
Holly Bprinn dally at 3i30 a.m., arrival at
Mtmpbil atiaa a.m.
WaIBMOTOx, March 34, 1886.
1 o'clock a.m. J
Indicatioiu for Memphis aad vicin
ity : Fair, slightly warmer weather.
Blue crescent, red son.
For the Ohio VaXUy and Tenruwrt :
Fair walher, tlowly riting temperature;
vrndt fffntrally ihifting to mulhtartfrhj.
Mmrma, Tkkn., March 2.1, IHHil.
Time. lia . Tuer. Wind. W'ther
7:00 a m ,mil 42.8 N.K. Olear.
11:00 a. in .W.'JlW 55.8 N K. Olear.
3:00 pm IBUMi i-'.8 K. 01-ar.
7:00 p.m .Hl.M'i 02.0 K. Olear.
10:00 nm W. 132 6U.3 K. Olear.
laximiim temperntura. 04.8.
Minlrrnm tempernturp, 4!t 8
All observetions sre taken on 75
meridian time, which is one hour
faster tbao local time.
Another baseball game to-day.
Chancery Court adjourned until
May F. Stahl was yesterday ap
pointed executor of Miss H. L. ltiuli
aill. Minnie Maddern, in lier new play,
Ai Sfiiie of All, at the Memphis Theater
The case of Kny for killing Annie
Stokes in the old Library Building
was on trial yesterday.
In the Probato Court yesterday,
J, F. Frank wax appointed adminis
trator of James Conloit.
Manager Ci ray's licnclit next Mon
day night, when Loir and Iaiw will 1k
presented, pnmises Ut be a rousing
The Citizens' street railroad is
being laid out Georgia street. The
atablo on Hernando street is nearly
The po'tmasterat Belles who was
assaulted a short t 'mo since, died yes
terday morning. Five men have boon
Justico H. Buttenhunr, recently
elected a member of the ' County
Court, has given tond and takon tle
oath ol QlPse.
The Dime Museum was open
vain yesterday. The freaks am onr
about making expenses, as the atteml
a nee is wry light.
The latest candidate for County
Trusteo is Mr. Nat. F. Lctnaatar, who
was Chief lH-puty under Trustees
iliiw lings and McGowan.
Capt. Dabney ('oilier, who will
endeavor to wrest the nomination for
the Criminal Court Clerkship from
Mr. B. S. Capers, is circulating.
. licenses to marry were issued
yesterday to J. R' Peii tier and l-anra
Jones, It. V. Oldliam and Crecio Mul
ligan, John Groggs nnd Mrs. P. A.
Justice 11. Buttenlmrg is spoken
' of us a candidate for Circuit Clerk in
the belief that the claims of the Ger
. mans nnd workLogmcn could be satis
fied in himcf'"
The robber who wtw killed after
haviKnr robbed a widow at Abenieon
lavt Saturday, residesin this city. His
mistress, a negro woman, resides on
Ht. Martin street
Some workmen on th corner of
lK'an and Iowa avtiues wt fire yes
terday evening to some grass, the 11 o
communicated to a fence and an alarm
was4urned in, there licing some dan
ger to the house.
Information is wanted of Phillip
Terry, who left his homo last Satur
day. He is between seventy-live and
eighty years old and is slightly insane.
Anv one knowing of his whereabouts
will please let his son, Powell White
side, know where to find him.
, ho fiillnwinsr visitors were regis
tered at the Travelers' Club yesterday :
T. N. Hopkins, Appletou, Ark.; K. N.
Sic !cf, New York; J. II. Barrett,
Brunswick, Tcnu.; Albert Colin, Cin
cinnati, O.; E. II. Carpenter, Cleve
land, (). ; O. W. Patterson, Harrison,
Miss.; ('IciilcH '! rimhle, tireiuida,
Miss.: W. S. lhi'hes, Hnym-s, Ark.
The Li lies of 'he citv geueniily
are cordialiv invited to meet at '73 i
Main Btre-t (over Uuy ) thia
(Welnelay) morninRat 10 o clock,
in council with the Committee of Or
puiixation for the "Old Times" mfrnr
mukings. Everyone able tocontnb
ute in anv way wit, wimlom or work
- ii need'ed, and urgfd to attend thia
The, BradrtreetAF-nfy niKirta '.09
failurea in the United Platen during
the week en.linar March 1!, lot',
ntmiiift 211 in the preceding wk,
UI,1 -47 linnd 110 in the cor-
of lHr) 1KH4. 1K-3
nnd I HSJ, respectively. Middle SUU-s,
as- New Km-l.iiidStat.-x. M): Southern
Sutten, 41: WenU-rn suites, tiO; l'ariiic
Stales nnd Territorie-t, Canada.
Ml T,.IjiI in the United StttUmand
The ladies of the KniwIiUt of I.alor
will Rive a ball and atipper on the 2!th
of thin month, the nroceedii to be do-
voted to ewtabfitthinj; a clothing fac
tory for the manufacture of all kinds
of gnrinenta for both (x-xen, with a
vi.-w to oii-inp emnlovmetit to the
needv women and trirln of the order.
Th fmliea in elmrcn will lie L'lad to re
ceive donations- to their mipix-r, and
uill call niMin the bttsinefw men for
In the near future, we are in
formed by Mr. Wash. C. Kelly, pro
prietor ol the Dulujonico Hotel, lm
lioden, Ark, that two t-lulm one
from thiH city and the other from
Kaunas Citv will shoot 100 t ird at
tl.ut uliu-e. Mr. Kellv furniwhing the
birdH. The birds are strong and act
ive nnd a livislv interest will be mani-
f.-Mti-il in the match. Bv the timo the
match is arranged the fishing will be
fine in Spring "river. There will bo
red-horse in abundance, and a rare
chance for lots of fun. Mr. Kelly
iivi h. will not leave anything un
done to make everybody comfortable
and happy. The match will be well-advertim-d
before it comes ofT, so
everybody look out for the gala day.
J. E. Heath nnd wife of Como are
at the Gnyoso Hotel.
Thk Nashville Baseball C ub i
guests at the New Gayoso Hotel.
Dr E. A. Nkly left last evening
for New iork City, to be absent sev
Mits. W. A. (Jooiwin of Nashville is
visitini: Memphis, and is stopping at
the New (.layoso Hotel.
Tub brilliant society belle, Miss
Louise Snced, has returned from hor
New Orleans trip and is residing at
the New Oayoso Hotel.
Great game at the now Baseball
Park to-dav between Memphis and
Nashville. O'Leary and Krehmeyer
are our batterv. Smith ana Earlo are
Prominent arrivals at the Now Gay
oso tiouil; (io, 11. rett.cton, sresi'
dent; M. L. Sargent, general freight
agent ; Wallace Pratt, general attorney
of the Kansas City, Springfield and
Memphis ruilroad; WalterCain of the
Nashville American; Jas. H. Watson,
attorney of the Memphis, Birmingham
and Atlantic railroad; 8. II Sullivan
of tlio I'hoonix Insurance Company,
New l ork.
ON 'CHANGE. .
Ci.osino prices of May options at
CliiciiiM yesterday: Pork, ! 821. Lard.
IMMScj clear rib sides, 6.' 5c. Corn,
383c Wheal, 801c Oat, 31c.
Uw-out of Grain Elevato' yesterday
Wheat, received, none ; withdrawn, 01)4
bushels: in s't th, 3057 bushels. Corn
received, 0029 bushels; withdrawn,
:18I(I bushels; in store, 1 12,50 bushels.
Oats received, 1324 liusliels; with
drawn, 2727 bushels; in store, 13,240
bushels. . ,
C. L. Gbkenb A Co.'s cotton report
says: '1 lie session was mill ami almost
feature ess until toward llio close,
when sellers- withdrew, apparently
having unloaded. The bulls then
commenced bidding, and with scarcely
anv opposition soon caused an ad
vance of ten points from tho lowest
prices of the day. Liverpool advices
were without encouragement or new
features. Manchester was slow and
Vinitohs on 'Chnnge yesterday: M.
1). Martin. Indian Bav. Ark. ; Col. J.
F. Smith, Marion, Ark.: J. K. Rains,
Bonnerville, Ark.; G. M. Zuller,
Paris, Ark.; S. Boudy. Clarendon,
Arr.; 1) M. Kussell, Miss.; It. B.
Bunline, I-onlHville; M. C. Noys, Chi-
cairo: l . t.i. I'Rvno. t'ovingion. tenn
. W. Stone. JackBon. Miss.; Ij. M
Stoveall, St. Iu!s, Mo.; H. Bondi,
('Inrendon; J. T. Cason, Cohl water,
Miss.; M. Muhall, Lagrange, Tenn.;
x i i ' in xf:..
, A. rvuux, new ivnmiiv, ,111m. ,
Miss Theresa Frank, city; Mr. and
Mrs. Johnson, Jacksonport, Ark.
Skk ad. of Memphis Htenm Bhirt
Factory and laundry on fifth page.
MimpbisStainbd Glass Works, 238
Third street. Call and tee.
O. D. Fmitu. veterinary surgeon,
office F. A. Jones A Co., 61 Monroe
street. Residence, Fransioll House,
Omniuusks leave Peahody Hotel for
new Baseball Park to-day at 3 o'clock
p.m. Fare for round trip, 2ft cents.
1 A f A U tfU U.....ala.aajlatnl
A V' W XU UV('vIMrVUVMW
Gknkral repairing done by compe
tent workmen at the Cunningham
Wagon-Works, corner of Monroe and
Thi Herbal Ob ill Care, the best
tnniaand antl-porlodio known. A certain
aia iuro aura far, chilli. Price II par hot
!. Knrf atiiniij (or filrculari. Any raf.
renro aixen. s Addreil John 0. Ruckor,
Rkduition in price of best Kentucky
lump coal to 30 cents per barrel, In
Cliy limits, In ten barrel lots. 8o'd
by Ayers A. Strange & Cc, office, 287
Main street, telephone uuo.
Thk most efficacious stimulants to
excite tbe appetite are Angostura
Bitters, prepared by Dr. J. G. a. bie-
gort & Sons. Beware of counterleita.
Ask vour grocer or uruggiBi mr me
"I ItAVB BKEN AFF1JCTKH With an at
. il a A l. HA nrA
IlH'UOn Ol Ifie VUFUBV imm uimuiiwu.
hv dinhtheria. and have used
various remedies, but never found
anything equal to Brown's Bronchial
Tkochiw." Rev. 0. F. Hampton, Pil-
Ion, Ay. Sold only in boxes.
aa to Moraphla Plorwl t'orapany
MouoffrHiu HuiiKlcHt Mulford.
8nd to Memphis F.oral Company
fur lisi and price-current o plsnte.
Have UrifBrtstock in town. Come nut
and see for yonrsulf. South gta Elm-
KoeitI.IHrwr t Mulford"
Hin .01 a damn, nnhei.lt'iy el
'a-? Wi Linn's Bitumen Concrete will
m.ka it div and wLoltaome. Tile-
Turkish Baths, rllrctrle Batlis.
Hut and cold, 22 ' 2d st. Telephone 770.
UoU-r Me 'HLiHt Mulford'M.
ConapllMaaaiara Mrallom ainm
rni m a Haaaarr.
A eomplimentarv roceDtionin honor
of Viimea Tillie Kuld of HL Louis and
Hester Hanauer of Cincinnati will be
fiven Una evening at the Gayoso
lotel. Onlvtwentv-five couples have
U-a invited to attend, and the airair
is in charge of a number of Jewish
young gentlemen noted for their t i la
erality and taste, hence a delightful
time may be expected by fortunate
holders of invitations.
Tr lr-' ab Hrrrptfatn.
The Memphis Travelers Club will
give a reception to-night at t: eir
rooms, No. 3 7J Main street, from 8 to
10 o clock.
A roost cniovable musica'e was
given last night at the rooms of the
Casino, at which the following pro
grame was charmingly rendered:
Piano lulo, "Capr'ea,". .. ......Raff
"Gladlv I Would 8in." Abt
Ca-ino Ltraarlalal Maaara. Kel . L m
marman, Maa-t, Pete'ton. Bor
bain, Roo-chor, Olio Zim
morman aao Lott.
O. A LoU.
Miti Uenaviova epec' t, Mauri, ttio
p Ha and Ryan.
nA fnlann mA inlinl. Travatara.
Mrt. Dr. D'uUch and uro. Brnoh.
Vn.l rinat. "Tm K. aa and Laurel
M,.r W.,.r.n II. Rnrbain.
"Bill of Faro' - . Zoernor
8olo, "Iha Pariah raxton,"
u i Aran.
Daat (plan and violin), "Conoorty,
Mra. Tati-h aad On Brnch
Vocal lolo " u. 'Iboa Art Near." Uayman
mln uinar are noooai.
V ,,.! i. In "Th M.id uf Duad.a "
Floala... Chorui by Caalno LiadarUfal
Miss Soecht's eiuai S was rapmr-
ouely applanded and entbneiastical'y
encored. Sli responrea witn"Mor
rily I Bom," tuDg in mostezquisite
manner. 'Viessia. Kyan nt Mopniie
a sj ri-ntwid former triumphs. Mrs.
Dr. Dentacb midn ber debnt in ma
steal circles a a pi mist and made an
excellent impreation. Tbeie is no
doubt that i hs dnserves to be ranked
among onr leading amateur piauirt
The fol owlng ladies were present:
Mrs. Otto Z mmermiD, Miss fcva a
Schlemmer, Miss Maggie L. Hchlem-
mer, Mrs. Hig. ttoescner, Mrs, i Deo,
Krekel, Mrs. Henty fttersoo,
Mrs. Adds uomtDlco. Mrs
Ruchel Schorr, Mrs. II. Rei'er,
Mra. E. J. M oiler, Mrs. Herman
SrhnV, Mrs. Dt. R. L Lskl, Miss
TUlie Smith, Mrs. Adolph Kelt, Mra,
Dr U"a'B3b, Miss L-iU Uook, Mies
Effie E h, Miss Minnie Schenrer of
Loolaville. Miss Bib H icU, New Or-
leani: Mrs. U. Unebner, city; Mrs
Annie Unrip-, Mrr. George Brucn, miis
Ulaia Lo t. ice cieam aod other re
freshman's were served to the ladies,
and I hey pronounced the entertain
ment a most rifi'ch't'l treat.
The April iBHiie of The Library Mag-
atine, containing its usual variety ol
currant literature of the highest order,
announces that with its next issue
radical changes will ' take place. It
will thereafter bo published weekly
in toad of monthly. Without increase
in prico it will give an increased
amount of valuable literature, and
grcit gain in freshness and timeliness
wil' be possible. Ilia form of the
page will be made somewhat smaller,
so that the numbers and the bound
volumes, particularly, will be more
Tub PoruLAB Sciencb Monthly, for
April, will contain the first of a se
ries of articles by tho Hon. David A.
Wells on "An Economic Study of
Mexico." Besides being the best-pre
pared man, perhaps, in the country to
deal with this subject by his thorough
iHiiuiiarity wuii tow in ui
financial science, Mr. Wells has es
nnc.inllv nimlilled himself for treatintr
it by investigating the character and
resources ot tho country, tne pecu
liarities of its people, and tho state of
its institutions, through careful and
comprehensive observations made
during a residence mere under very
favorable circumstances, no tnrows
a great deal ol new ugut upon tne
subject, and shows that Americans
generally are aoout as laminar wun
tho social life of their neighbors, the
Mexicans, as they arc with the inhab
itants of Madagascar
Holmes Cummins, trustee, to A. R.
Farntt and son, 228 seres in the First
Civil Dif-t'lor, for $3780.
Dennis Smith tt ns. to Wilhera M.
Smith t si., inte, 'o secure W T.
and 8. P. Bowdre in the sum of 15000,
21 acres, about two mites east of the
Samuel Folwell to u vet ton &uros-
venor, block 7, Huilr snouivsion,
Sixth Ward, west side ot Hadden
avenue, (10x180 feet, for f 1600.
M. W. Beardsley and who to t rancis
Ho'mee, one-fif h interest In south
half of the north half of section 8,
township 1, taoge 7 west, in Twelfth
Civil Disiriot, for $00.
W. T. h 8. F. Bowdre to DenBis
Smith, 21 acres, more or lea, about
twn mile eaet of city, for 1800 K
R, D, Newport to L. Bucnlgnant,
pert lot 45 Greinuw iddiuon to city,
41 1x74 J feet, frrr20'.
ADDITIONAL KIVEH NKW8.
VicxsBDBa, March 23, Night De
parted: J. A. Wood and tow, New Or
leans; Golden Crown, Cincinnati.
Oaibo. Maroh 23 Night River 20
feet 6 Inches on the gunge and rising,
Weather clear and cool. No arrivals
Niw Obxbakb. Maroh 23 Night-
Departed: U. P. Schenck, Cincinnati;
City of New Orleanr and Future City
and barges, bu A,ouis,
LnmirviiAB. March 23 Night-River
risimr.with 7 feet 9 inches to tnecanai
anil K fast T Inches on the falls. Bust-
iim onnd.- Weather clear and con.
Arrived: Guiding Star, New Orleans;
Granite State, Memphis.
fir. T-onia. March 23. Night River
risen 12 inches, and now stands 20 feet
1 innh on the iranM. weather cita
and corl. Arrived : City of r't Louie,
New Orleans: Mv Ch dee and barges
New Orleans City of Cairo, Vicke-
Mnlford. Jeweler. 2 Main, so
loclta orders from thernmntrj.
Advice (o Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrap
should always be need when children
are cutting teotn. it relieves me nun
.ndurflr at once: it produces natural
iiiiImI. alnen bv relievir a tbe child
frnm nain. and the li'tle cherub
ttwuken aa 'hriuht as a hutton." It i
verv uleasant to taste. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, alleys all
n.in r.-!iee wind. reKntates the
hnln. ami is the test known remedy
f ir lirrl,cnj. whether arising fmm
teethmg yt other causes. Twenty five
W.H. BINQHAM MaaAOtn.
Knro.u ia. . KuUraai and riuruthad.
rrioaaacoor-iint u ti aad (oca-. . .
tioa of room a. .'
Mn A H Hikan, Ark W Wilhita. M-
C let'il. Ark J P ktwrt. Ma
J w li bbj' . Tana A C Ry. Ittn
i Vortaa. liuh Mi ' M Morgan, I'tih
I -artin . Ark J 1 Coaway, Ind
0 M 0 rvay, M J ' Kr.ava, Mix
''Br nJ y. Mm J H llui lin, Mii
W h Pair tk. M i R C McJa, Tean
L Harriwn Aw, Tenn A Sieewel, Ark
r. rmnii, r.ni rf ,1 1 rainnra JBIBB
BFRond.Tenn. i P Hackler, Ark
1 i- run, lena M .1 M. i. ell. Tenn
L u Iram, lai n l'rof John-on, Tonn
Mi a John ton. Tenn W ft&t. f,,rd. Ten n
J-oi ooko, Tala KU Hebriug, T. na
1 L Mo. .re, Va H I Peasou. Miia
W W Ma hit. Mill M Bel', Tann
Rliniigica, Ky J A lireen, Mill
L a.kaa, Hut .MBJay.lann.
Tim Brav lnyoao.
FAHRINQTON, STEWART k WHITK,
Ratal, 12 50 to tl par dar. i-oeoidins to loca
tion of roomt.
W It Prrnirf. Tnnn S J M-Cawliy. Md
w w iv. iii,. i..
1 J Jonas Ark
J W McCullay, Ark
J McK Jon ii, Tenn
H Moiee, ky
M BFo.tor, NY
C M Moone, III
P R V-I er Af, MiM
J i Uuirbea. rk
J Brown, M X
W Pn,r, Ark
N V K'owa, M0
J h K mnoa, N Y
8 L Kutledve, Ohio
C A dinar. Li
o nara, Ar
I II Darke. Kv
j J Bpicer, Ky
T A W.uon, Ark
V R i Urtonteld.Ark W J Brown.on. Ark
M K Whaler, Ark B B Orr, N Y
W A Knox. Mo Cin.Tenn
i Wtw-, Min J T Walih Miti
J U Kroamao, Tenn " II Noitiet n, Mo
M L Variant, Mo Wallace Pr U. Mo
J P omton. Tonn T K K.nnini 4w, Tana
MnThoma At, Tann E H Sick It:., N Y
J Treadwav, Man J Polio k. Tann
JBKni, III MnOoodwIn.Tenn
W l Sumo Aw, Mifl T J Jaroei if. Mail
J W Balowyn, Tana K E Kvani, T-nn
J B H ath. AlM Mn J E Heath, Mill
W Aliieon. Ind F Fiaat, Miat
Mil L rneed, L Walter Allen, La
T Campbell, Mitt A 1) (iuyaon, Tenn
W W Mi lor, Toon M gymondi. Tenn
L 8 8 'inin, Md W Waatberford, Tann
w U Waatbe lord, T 11 Per.,, Tann
0 Trin Wo, Min J N Wattun.Mlii
J L alcK.e, Tenn Wm Ort n, Rai
4 Ma-tin Aw. Km T noyoo.
U M Dar. Kaa
W U htovall. Mill
J K Oaul- Aw, Tonn
Mn M llirdina. Tann
O Inontfomery, hy
F 0 Jonei, Trnn
Frank Btrnnt, N Y
P J Co, N Y
H B Uronm Ind
A o Kirhy, ii,t
E S Irwin, Ark
i n rai e, onto
K XatoD, Tenn
Howard Parry, N Y
H B Carey, Ind
WS Colby, Tonn '
M R Harrii, Min
I) .1 I ind.ay, A'k
J T Uawley, Ark
a AtHVILLR il SAIL Cl.CI. -W
H 0- ldiby, W 8 Cherry,
J Ilre-n-, H Bittman,
0 W MoVey, J Hiliory,
W O'Brien, CbatMarr,
0 P Ho rd, L Bondan,
UonLSmylhe, W trhollhuia,
C. B. 0 ALLOW AY A CO PiorxiiTOM.
14 mi ana m par nay, according to
ilia and location of room Spioial
ratal made. -
T L Manna. Ky - 8 E kallion, Ark
8 Bo. d , Ark 1 U Creba, Ark
J K Itowell, Tenn J V Sehwartt, Tens
8 U Calf in, Tenn . M B KlHi
W - Wooten, Tena .-. A It Plant. Tana
J 0 Port, Mlok . K Whii, ind
FBPcrry.Pa W tcliwl'. Teas
J U H'einer i wife. Id J A Fried man, Tenn
W AWillianimnJenni llartmaa, Ark
LApoai.t, NY OLJodon.Ky
H Fo el, Ohio C Jrlmble, Miat
JN Sond, La - J Nawittee, Miat
W Norton. Mo IU Palrie, Ohio
0 J Lewi.. La F8tronf.bC
Howard Parov. ITC -W K M ter, N Y
C F ehomaaer. Pa Ii F 8tra.. Md
WRAlerli. NY J A Paaoa. Mixa
0 M Siinpioa, Oh o. Mn 8ul Ivan An. Mill
MoCrai-ken. Tenn FRoid.Va
W M viarmail, Mm O W urtia. Mo
0 Hanna. o I) S Varnon. Ohio
WB.ird.NY F K'nnov. Mo
ra L Mlib.on. Chlo W P Fruin bower, Ohio
W Nowlin. mo w n la aer. i a
W A Peroy Aw, Mid H L Johnaon. Min
Lewv, Ark J Sknli.nn, Ark
W V.e Her. Ark- T II Tavlnr Aw. Mita
W D HobaiUiT-nn Mr bud oy. La
ri Cran, M i O V Fatum, Ky
Nna SI and & Madi.nn r treat.
BOWL'S A LKAK i.....pRirRiTOBS,
Kate-f2 (icr day, iluy board tUO per
W Hall, oily E J OJon. Decatur
W IV i.HkewAJo.c ty J E 11, Is, city
M A Sl-u,r, dno J T Long, Tann
H O w.hb N Y TLFairk. Ala
Mn Wi,i ohead, MiiiOua Aikin, Mo
JRrl,Tnn oiet Irobwab, Va
W tiihwanok. N Y Wm Jonci. Mo
.libiaon.Trx W t'ombi. Tenn
Crouch. Tann. J Noi.n. Tann
Jm (Jilt-any, Tann W Oaao, Ky.
I)a(ry Cnraytiaa ntel.
Corner of Adami and Main ttreatt. Room!,
oOo, 7ojand fi per day i American Plan,
Wi par aay.
Flrit 'aa Reatanrant in tha Hotel.
M. PUFFY (10 yrawuh Peabody HoUl),
I iur .
M Junii. Tann
M Mich nlt, Tenn
fMilo, Tenn -'
rhirtionb re, Tonn
A n Ktixalh Tenn
A A 'luck.T. Tenn
K Schl , Tenn .
Nowiua , Tenn
A Powell, Tann '
P Day. Tenn
Pioeny, T.nn '
Humonil, Tenn -
II ' Milam, Tenn
A 0 Ilxmlin, Tor.it J F McU -rmott, III
0 McF.lii.. Ark J M Thomaa, rk
ruliardem n&d.ArkMr ' Wilder. Ia
0 Venab e. Tenn II Brown. T nn
EPurre.l, Ark R I Whitney, Ark
I ko th. A.k - C.F. out. Mo
B Aabe, Ala T II ll.rver, Ohio
U tl.diway, Tann L J 1 vjn. Ienn
It red. Tenn
Amloraon Al, Ark
H. relay, Mi'i
B Rixert, Tonn
CC Mitchell, Ark .
NT - hot well. Mi
Jo T Maoauloy, Ind
h Y Hii' od. Tenn
L Edwnriii, Tenn
Jno rjoiith, Tenn
A f Hynn.Teno
W T Luon, Teno
A McDonald, Tenn
'I M Kowirnn, Mo
F t'onm r, Mo
M 1 Francit, Mill
F'anofa Jnnmon, Ark
W A Koox.Tena
hiU.o, I oun
.It bun. 1 1
L".vi, N Y
M "Pal bain, Tons
W Klluke. Tonn
0 Fr erVTonn
11 M taV Moa
1. Co.elank, Ky
H Lewla. M.fh
vlertttl Ce. hil
kloela at ilantei
Earwralowa A Karo
A number of attractive exen
during the oming si ring and snmm'r
are announced by Meaorr. Tbos. Caok
A 8m, the well-kn"wn tourist ageota
f New Y. ik and 1wdos. wnicn te
arranged on the mott popn'ar scaleUf
micee. Knl I nroDrammes Ol intwe
' . '7 . I
ips, with maps showing weioutfe.
fo lowed, are to be I tund in tbetrl
monthly psper. Coot's juccurti mm.
published a 261 B-oadwsy, New xora
wnicn iney aunonnce win oe neu u
mail to anv one iuterested, on appli
Excel ence and Cab
Are the sei rets of Mnl ford's succees.
"He pk for a s on bids the world
farewell," wbea a man finds himself
in tie relentless graf p of neorJg'a.
but he smiles snd takes rem ana
courage wnen nis wne uriuK
of Salvation Oil, the greatest cnie on
earth for pain. j-
Met BwllMlaa taofarlai f de
ynr tiiiieT . .
Watch's Bitumen Concrete is abso
lute proof against dampness, seepage
and rats. Telephone 9:58.
Old Gold Hkidsi Her
rakeo astah, MulfprdV, 294 Main.
fturiieutio'a Rituman Concrets. kt
tha pvin of cellar, warehouse ana"
.table flairs, driveways, wsiae,
Ha d, smooth and durante, anu p
gainst d mpne.-a aad stepage. xec-
. n M t- 4t i.wa etwiratia Far
er a.M,i,,aieT Ww-t HUa .
Fine W :tti h rrmnnnir at fliilford.
Oca physicians here are ming Tfi
i ... -,,.1 uta aell tAi a-d witf t8
t rk t f -al
,nl': ha.l a eevt-rti
niuiiluiH last e
l ,iivil f..r1tracol, n"B
W. 8. 3- nAaRlS, Tr.y.t.
Have Yo'ir r ren. U Ock
Put m "tttei a'. Multoid s, Aia.n.
' ' ' .
ISTTh. firm ot GOODBAR & CO. h , I JLo'
and fchoe Bo-inear, in connection with llr) jtf me riven Delotr We
Calhcott, of Coldwarer, Miss., nnder the style -STA arm name pren dojow.
ii1 the past and hope for a continuance
' .. B. OOODBAtt. J- H.
v ..-- CIav... a n u..t.i. Tta f fluudkar A la.. Mamnhiav Lata 01 warron. wv
iaiaoi viiii.vw.,ibpbu. , nm..
3G7 & 3G9 Main
now receiving a large and En'lrely Iew St ok of Eastern and
Spring Trade of 1886, which we offer at Hock Bottom Prices,
be made by any competing market.
W have EXCLUSIVE control in this
lowing lines rf CUSTOM-MADE Goods, all of whhh we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction :
George Hooker's celebrated Men's Calf Boots.
Brady A Sbortell's Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoes.
T. M. Harris A Co. 'a Philadelphia made Children's Shoes.
Also, L. W. Nate it Co.'s Kip Brogans and Plow Shoes
the best Brogans made in the United States heretofore
handled by Gcodbar & Co.
We are the only honse in this Market handling the cele
brated Krippendorf, Dittmann A Co. line of Ladies' and
Misses' Kid, Goat and Calf CUSIOM Goods EXCLU
SIVELY, nnder the. Fsctorr Brandy
The Handsomest in the
South and Its
BEST DRESSED I
The Pride of the Mis
A New York drummer, who trav
els over the entire country, was
bragging about the advantages of
living in Gotham, but he had to ad
mit that in the Misfit ClothiDg Par
lors, 262 Second street, Memphis has
the best and cheapest clothing house
in the United States. He also had
to ooncede that the Memphis girls
are the prettiest in the country and
that tho men here, as a general rule,
are better dressed than those of any
Amerioan city.' ' .
Memphis men can afford to dress
well.' The Misfit Clothing Parlors
gives them the advantage of buying
fine merohant tailor's clothing at
about one-half its actual value.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors be
lieve in bragging when it has some
thing to braa about. We have been
busy during the past two months
hunting up bargains for Spring. We
now have our Parlors packed with
beautiful new goods. Better I'ill,
our prioos are wondorfully low.
Come quick and inspect these hand
llemember, all alterations to in
sure a perfect fit done freo of charge
by a first-class tailor.
262 Second St. Memphis,
Opp. Conrt fqnare.
Th Paradise for those hunt-
in s; ItealCloUiirin
I o o e
Electric Belt Fwp
rrOintrrdueeitin l ebtain nr.rU w. will
1 fur tbe nel aiitv dnya i- ' Ireo
ef eh. r-, m ench . ounty in ." '".
ited nu j ber of ,r ;"". J
r,,.,t v and un'ailiov eurf, for ' V
bilit,. Var oo-el.. Emi-Mo;i, ln",?.n0J'
ei. $500 ( 0 Reward rid if every Be t wo
m.n.i aoiure floe, n-t rerorat. a. tentine
"rio current. Ad'r-. al one. hL
TR1C BELT AOtVCy, P. 0. B" ll8
....pw aas...- .-.
-JSH if Illalf!
of their ivors.
COODBAM, . . "Y'l'.
- . ,Mwa afjm
and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Term.
OFFICE Ho. 24 HIGH STREET.
market of the fol
We also control
own brands, vix:
GOODBAR, LOVE k CO., 1
BOOTS ANU hUOER. I
Hiariu, Tiss., Maroh 10, 1888. J
TO THE TRADE i
We made a contract some months
ago with George Hocker, the manu
facturer of the celebrated "Hocker
Boot," for the exclusive handling of
his boots at wholesale in this market,
and have advertised in various news
papers to this effect. We notioe re
cently that another wholesale shoe
house 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 trade, we wrote to Mr, Hock
er on February 27th to know whether
or not he bad sold his calf boots to
any other wholesale house in Mem
phis, and we herewith publish his
reply. Very respeotfully,
eOODBAB, LOVE CO.
OFFICE OF GEORGE HOCKER, 1
M ANUFAOTORKR OF I
BOOTS AND SUCKS, f
CmciaxiTI, 0., March 1, 1886. J
Mesan. Goodbar, Lore A Co., Memphli,
Gintlemen We have just re
ceived your letter of February 27th.
Goodbar & Co. have not bought a
tingle pair of boott from ut for the
I cannot think that they are getting
them through any other house, as we
received no orders- that they could
send, and are only selling' odo other
jobbing house these goods. I do not
think they get them from them.
Notwithstanding one of onr com-
Betltors publishes a letter from tteo.
ticker Hating ' lie lias not sold u
any calf boots fur pprlnit trade,"
THE FaM' IS, we have thes goods
ow in store, which we offer to the
traae at as low prices as they can be
found elnewuere. e guarantee
t bem to be the G EM'IS E Geo. Hocker
boot, and adapted to tne present sea
son's trade. Kespfctrnily yours.
MemphlH, March 18. 18SB.
ORGILL BROTHERS &Co
SIO rnd 313 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
w. -a Ja,t la Reeelat
R. B. Plows, Columbus
WUEJiLBABROWS, SHOTELS, riUJwH, JUiTiuviva,
And a Complete Line of CAMP OIJTMTS.
DES JARDIIIS, IIILLER fit ROOTES,
No. am M AIK BTOB1ST......
" w r. i
JamH B.60KIIHWI wm. y - i
BOOTS and SH
319 Main Street,
I SHE A McCAl.TllT,rrpr's,
140,142,144 Fr-nt, Jtempbis.
rV OF THS LAR9K9T BOILER SftOPS
( J In ii' Koath. and h oair
poller and 8t-Irnr. Worka jntht.o.ty.
Mna;fleT.r. ,f vlat lri
n,k oi ewerj dea.-rlptloai fcrpeetv'
.tr .... - inr wnrl
R t I, Pw-re Pi MTr I .
I CV Tariw u world Knnre'T ! "I """
AC d.v with t-imh oomfcrl (-umllhc fwnoo. Or X
.7K.mLnfN.V .ndhundrfd.ohcnv Punp. fraa
W faa-ix-naaiTai oiLT tha larreat and beet rtork or Boota aad Shoei wo
E offer to ""kT to rtia naTket, and abaeh eanot be inrrMted in a.ality an
have oor brontht to w,D4d,tion to a cample lin of Katten
ilylei br any honie in thia J.lf i'-'iJS oo ltA R CO. BkiMl 4I.U, we band
made toodj. l'dJ''Ltof Cto-ina5o flildi for Men, Women, Mifiet and Children. Vo
a lart. and imf)Zi9. in ow vanetvand it. to. aad arnmt
any a Bomber of the beat makM mufetojedVr (eo. Hooker forjaj
ih,",tfe.lU kiJ. oaVry a ohoiw 1 of Lad e.' and Muioa' fuatom Kid. oatad
our Itook before koyim oinownaia, u .
thank cur friends for their pnW
j H noODBA R.
Lata of Coldwator,
awfaaaawl , .41 -itfaaw
Custom-Made Boots and Si or the
on aa liberal terms as can
following Specialties onser onr
Goodbar, Love A Co.'s Men's Grained CtJI CUSTOM-MADE
Bals, Buiton and Congress.
Goolbar, Love A Co.'s Men's N.K. Calf CTJ8T5M
MADE Bals, Button and Congress.
Goodbar, Love A Co.'s Ladies' Kid and Goat CTT
TOM-MADE Flexible Polish and Button 3 00 Shoes.
Onr Ladies' $3 00 Shoes are made from the best se
lected Caracoa Kid and Tampico Goat Stock, and hare'
Solid Sole Leather Counters and Flex ble Inner Soles
and we warrant them to fit and give perfect satisfaction
in every vesnect.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
mnortoTf and dealort In ta, Amron
eiltloej and fUblmaT TiM-hlfs Balldere)
Hardware, eJeelrtw fle-la aad Aa
naaelaaora for Uotoll nd Heidenrl,S48
Main axrfMit, Mnuipbla, leaa Klutrie
oi'pliet alwayt oa hand. Repairing neatly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Unas, AmmonKIoDy Fishlna; Tackle
and Sportsmen's Sopv'les,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
tad Mala Street, Mempnla, Teaau
Uannfaetnring and Rapairini of Sunt a
Bpooia'tv. awTa'ephona No.
Importer and Dealer la
8aa, Plablnar Taehlei and RportaV
auea'aeippnltea any-Kpeoial attention
riven o M ANUFAoTUKLNli and BE
4ia tHln ft.. Meiiipliln, Tenn
Swcot Pickles, Etc
Sttrftrd Fralt Pleklecr OriM,
Mlafted fralt flebleil Cncnmbtn.
StalTrd Fralt Plefclrd Peppers,
hlaHVd Fralt PlekleA Haaaoea,
Mlxrd aweet Plefcl.,
Cro- H'kcw. well's Ctiw-Cbonr
Hla. 4i Pick lea,
Plain Caenmber Plehle by ibenrBll
Olher branda of Plata and Mixed
Pictailea la nlana aud Olives.
J. F. BUCKH A.M tfc CO..
oener pcoimI and Keale Hts.-
of a Shlpm ieter
Steal Dmg Scrapors
anva-ilifttoef, I Frank Ck Jaaee
!. MA at A '
Jontt Ovrto, Ju. C. N. tovnoa
OVERTON & GROSVEfiOR,
Real Estate Dealers
Office, 26 4 econA Street.
at aT AfW lv owjrVl ' a
RAL luTAIfi BOU9JT APTO BOLD.
Taiei INiU, Kacu 'Jollootod. eto., ca
Young & Brother,
l.ookseilcra ar.d Stationers.
8 IS Mala l. , Memphis, Teit
Wlkhlna l ''rtlre from Bhi"
Wo O.fler " tu'lre
STOCK. AT COST.