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In KSect KnTe-nber C 1KSS.
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4rO0 p. m1 11 rOO e.m
:4S p. ml 8:48 e.m
:41 p. ml 1:20 e.m
liUl a.m! IHU a.m
1:12 a. a 12:10 a.m
5i'. a.a i8rt a in
a.m 1:42 p.a
9:3u p.mli:i p.m
Boalh. I North.
9:40 .ni 1:00 p a
12;W2no'n 1:45 p.m
S.-45 p.m 11:10 a.m
7:13 P-ml 7:30 a.m
A-WHn all llnaa nteringMeanhti.
E-With M. AN.W.R. R. forfeiting.
O-For (rtMnTill an IlunUngton, and all
TwWuh V. A M. and Vu 8. A P. Rallroadi.
B-WithR.,J. AC. B.R. for Match and
F-Fnr rU on tb Brnch.
With ilea men (or Bavou Sara.
H-With nilroada dirr;c for Florida aad
Partlaaa Kffet "fleering Carion all train.
JAS. M. KDWAKUS.V. P.aadGM.
M. B1RKK, General Bap1!.
new part rwa aad Mlaelaelnpl
loWr-Trainl nova at rollowi: No. I (lait
Ha Vly) leavei at 11:30 a.m. Ae. 2 laavat
at 11:A P m. daily, tit. Loii fat Una
laavat daily at 4:30 p m. o. 7 (iaat lln
dailj) arrive at 1:30 p.m. Mail and ei
prM arrive, daily at HilSa.m. St. Louia
tut rice arrive ilyatV:06 a.m.
JtMlaalppI n4 IeaMM. Fait
mail (rata leave daily ad 4 :3U p.m. ; arrival
at :4ft a.m. Local ireight leavee at 6:40
a.m. arm n at 4:W p.m. freight train!
Ho. 6 and roa trl weakly. So. . leavel
Meapbai Moadaft Wednesday and Friday.
HaBarity,Hpraarll aad Mem.
phi Train leave M. and T. depot aa fol
IttH Vt.i, mail and ipreee, leavei daily
at 11. S' a.m.; No 3, inail and eipreii, ar
rivea at l:3 p.m. No. 66, St. Loaii einrea',
leave daily at :00 p.m. i No. d, St. Louie
ipref a, arrivea at 1:56 a.m.
eaapbl and I.tfllc Rock. Traioi
mora a fallow! (central aland rd tiiua):
Ko. I Faavte daily at 6:26 ( .ni,; arrive! at
t:W.m. No. 3 leeree at 6;'i6 a.m. : arrive
ata:50a.m. No. 4 (freight) leave IIopeAeld
dally iaeetSndy) at 6:00 a.m.. arrivea
aapkl and t'barleatea - Traini
mava aa follow: Through enrei learra
daily at 1ft. 2fl p.m. Vail and expreii leavel
daily et;;la m. BonjervPle accommoda
tion leave daily, eicept Sunday, at 4:30
p.m. Thrown einrem arrivea daily atK:25
a.m. Hall and aipraia arrivea daily at 4 :6A
B.m. 0,aerville aopommtidatloa arrival
daily, axeept Sunday, at o;. 10 a.m.
lmlavIIIe and Nawbwllle Traina
move aa folic w: liuet mail ariivaa daily at
4 a.m. : leave at 10:10 p.m. : mail loava.
dally a V:(U a.m. Brownrvill acoommo
datiom laavea daily, aloapt Sunday, at 6:00
p.m. I mail arrivea daily at 6:00 p.m.
BrovaavUi lomujodalon arrive! daily!
aioeytSuodar, at 8.40 a.m. (atandard time).
emphla, (Urmlachana aad Alia.
tta Hollv Sprinia Route Train! move aa
iallowe: No 1 leavel Mamphia dally at 3:45
m.i anlvae at Holly hprinn at 4:30 p.m.
ho. i leaval Holly rfprinai dally at V:00
a.m., arrival at Memiihla at II :li a.m. I No,
leavel Mamphia daily at 7:80 p.m., arrival
at Holly Sprlna-i at 11:60 r.m.i No. 6 leavel
Holly Hntima daily at Si30 a.m., arrival at
hiemphll at :i a.m
WiSiinuTO, March 30, 18H6. 1
1 o'clock a.m. f
Indications for Memphis and vicin
ity: Fair, colder weather, with frosts
Wednesday morning; blue crescent,
1)4)11 Wave 4'aanlna;.
Wi'utok, 1), C., March , im.
Obearvar, Memphii, Tenn. :
Tho tumperaturu dtiriug the next
twenty-four to forty hours will full
nearly 1, with frost in Tennessee
Wednesday morning. Cold wave sig
nal will aot be displayed.
MiMi-uia, Tiss., March 29, 1HSI).
Time. iiur. Tur. Wind. WitaBr
7:00 a.m 2tt.l fiO.O N.W. O'otid.
11:00 a.m at.flW il.d N. Clmid.
3:00 ptu L1I.74! fil'.O N. U.U'n.
7:00 p.m 2!. 7(15 (K.N N.W. Lt.K'n.
10:00 pm 1l.7ri.r 4U.K N.W. Oloud.
Alaxiiutim teiiipurature, 54.1.
Minimnm inperilure. 45 0.
Kainfall, 1 ;w. :
All obeervstioni ' are taken on 75s
meridian thus, which is oue hour
faster than local time.
7oay and Law again to-night.
Tlie gieen grass and candidates for
Kegistor are springing up everyw here.
Another Spiritualist, this time, a
woman, is giving seances at Spiritual
The lialtimore and Ohio Tele
graph Cunipany opened for business
--Henry Williams, a chicken thief,
was arre?ed vostcrday murning with
basket rilled with fowls.
7-flait has boon entered iu the Cir
eoit Court acainst thn Mississippi snd
Tennessee lUilroatl Company for,5000
The County Court meets next
Monday for the purpose of electing
Justwie J. M. Coleman Coroner, and
'or otter important business.
)A.(i. Anderson and George Jones,
for stealing ten barrels oi potatoes
from the Klevator, were put on trial
in the Criminal Court yesterday.
The M iineu ra wati open all day
yesterday and the attendance fair in
spit of the miserable weather. There
are several very attractive features
Ijceuaes to marry were issued
yestsrday to C. M. Simpson and Lizzie
K: Nellen, Charlei Cunningham and
Martha Jackson, J. 1'. Jay and Victo
ria Crockett, Adnms Cox and Annie
Judge Tierce yesterday granted
Robert James a divorce from his wife
Henrietta, who has been entirely too
friendly with a gay colored Ithario
named Flam Hamilton.
The Time was even brighter and
newsier than ever on Suuday last, in
spite of an accidunt in the composing
room which resulted iv the omission
of a column or more of society news.
Printed copies of the admirable
report, of Gen. Col ton Greene have
been handed the members of the
Water Committee, and it is likely
that a meeting will bo held some time
A sociable will be given by the la-
tirvh, in the lecture-room of the
urch, this evening. It is desired
irmit an uie iriemis oi me cnurcn win
, a pleasant evening to all being
-TbnU:hera of the Ileale street it bat to praise IU yirtuea in the bigh
marketU petition the Council at its est manner. I have recommended it
next metSiug to allow thctu to keep ' in a great many case of whojplng
a.m,as other butchers do at their
shotie, making a specialty of Funda
morning galea. "
i The imiiortutions into the nort of
Memphis during the quarter ending
n'Mareh 31. IKSti. were its follows: H,
f Lowenstein &. 15ro., i:i,"K0 21; W.
Jack & 8on, f04: H. Wetter,
iJ. J. Semmes A Co..XMl 7;
A. V acce.ro, 71H b'i; L Haiiie.lson &
Co., tottd importations,
Tin: trial of Vjss Emma Kormcnt
for killing H. Arnold, which comes
ln-for tlie Criminal Court to-morrow.
is likely to bo very Beni-atioiutl. ub- l
, iK-nttB f-ir 100 itiut) have already
lsen iMued at the instance oi me
jirosecution. If Judj.'e D'mjflaNg onre
lets down tlie galea tlie fit Ki will be
Court Square is beginning to re
vive under the frafrntnt breath of
balmy spring. The ra88 is Bprinx
ing up jjreenly in the bare plaoen, the
trees and ehrubs are filled with buds
and tender shoots, and the triad notes
of the birds jienl sweet y forth from
the swinging boughs and waving
twig. A little while and it will be
clothed in all its verdant loveliness.
Although there is a great deal of
improvement going on in this city, it
is proper to say that there are carpen
ters and brit kin vers enough, and
more than enough, to do tlie work
hat oflcra. Strangers coining here do
so at great rick unless they are em
ployed under w ritten contract. They
overcrowd the lalxir market and tend
to reduce prices.
Something ought to be done
either by the city or the Citizens'
8treet railroad to reir and raise the
pavement at the junct:on of Hecond
and Madison streets. It is so depressed
that when it rains a puddle of water
forms that feople nave, to wade
through, or, Ut avoid, have to go a half
block out of their way. It is a nui
sance that ought not to be permitted
a day longer.
The Western Telegraph Company,
in connection with the lialtimore ami
Ohio and Mackay and Bennett cables,
are now prepared with new direct
lines to all principal and many other
point, to furnish gilt edged telo
granh service. First-class 0erators
and latent improved instruments, in
suring rapid and correct transmission.
Kudmvd rates to all points. Lines am
lieing extended and new ollicesopcned
The last general meeting for the
present of Indies interested in the
coming Old Times entertainment will
hike place this (Tile lay) afternoon at
4 o'cWk at 273 Main street, when the
committee holies to complete the sev
eral rolls. Many additional volun
teers, for sweet charity's sake, are.
needed ami expected. Reports of
available material for the exhibit or
for furnishing w ill bo welcomed, and
an antiquarian will be chosen to take
charge of ram and curious relics.
Mas. R. 8. C 1'kbs is visiting rela
tives in Marshall county, Miss.
Mas. O'Toolk, Dressmaker, is fully
prepared to execute orders in the la
test styles. 149 Hernando street.
Mrs. Will C. Andhkss and little
daughter Florence of Decatur. 111., are
visiting her mother, Mrs. M. J. Locke,
at the Kiddy House.
Mrs. J. Comiton Fi;n( ii of Mem
phis, Tenn., arrived in Alexandria,
Ia., ono day last week. Her many
friends were pleased to see her.
Tn Iljr of yosterday says: Judge
Hneed authorizes a Ltilaer reporter to
say that in no event will he be a can
didate for any ollice or position to be
tilled at the August or November
elections. Tho reporter was induced
to Interrogate him because of the
seemingly authentic statement iu two
of the city papers that the Judgo was,
or would le. a candidate for Judge of
the Criminal Court. Ho has author
ised no such statement, and to avo'd
all further speculation on tho subject
he wishes it understood that, having
enjoyed all the high professional hon
ors tiie people could bestow upon him.
he covets no man. He laughingly added
he wus"a candidate fora living practice
and, if allowed to follow the bent of
his inclination, he thinks he will be
elected after awhile by n large ma
jority." It will lie remembered that
Judge Sliced was earnestly solicited
from all parts of the State to run for
a place on the Supremo bench, but
declined in an open letter. More re
cently he was solicited to becoinu a
candidate for Chancellor, but ho
waived the opportunity in favor of
Judge Kllett. The same issue of the
lAtljer, in another place, says: "It is
said that Judgo John L. T. Sneed is
not unwilling to serve as Judgo of tho
Criminal Court, and if chosen ho
would certa nly dignify tho position.
It would be a compliment to tho peo
ple for one so aide to occupy tho
ALWAYS A HE ID.
lb Flrat Baalneaa Tel fa-ran Oyer
The enterprising tobacco firm of I.
Hnuielson A Co. are always in the lead
and make it a noint to have tho first
of everything, even to monopolising
lor a short time a new telegraph
line. The (irt business telegram to
New York over the new B. and O.
Wires was sent Saturday, and will
Iove of interest to all lover&of a good
cigitr. it is as lollows:
T Marek IT, IMn.
Ti Powell, Wenigmana A Sni'h. 140-146
fait rorty-ieoond itreet, Niw York:
Jt. and 0. completed tbeir line into
Memphis. Have the honor of sending
Brit message over the road. Ship im
mmliately 15,000 Chil kasaw tiuards,
10,000 Captain CrcnWHl.
', LBAMBL80N A CO.
HeallUeT the Mck.
CoVie to 117 OOurt street and read
testimonials of wonderful healing.
Office Jioura 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
tQ. L. KNIQHT.
Miarms, March 29, 188.
To Meatr. WilUama, Nalion, Green, Harp
iniM and Other! :
(Jenii.kmin The compliment of
good will and confidence expressed in
your call of the 27th instant, asking
lite use of my name as to tho honora
ble office of Judgo of the Circuit
Court for Shelby county, excite my
gratitude. 1 have the honor to reply
that, if the Democratic Convention to
which you allude, shall deem me
worthy to stand for the position I will
be pleased to accept tho nomination.
Very respectfully, jab. l. oooduuc
Solid Mlverwiare at Wulford'B
A Drafrgtftt'm Story.
Mr. Isaac O. Chapman, druggist,
N. Y., write us: "I have
f.,r tha i at ten vesrs sold everal
grots of Dr. William Hall's Balea'd for
the LUDffS. 1 can nay oi it wuat
oanuot say of any other medicine, I
I ,... natrnr hoard a customer aDea oi
have used It in my own family lor
. many years; in fact, alwaya
I bottle in the medicine cloaet ready lor
ra A K. aiaam'a ttraaa OiMHilmK,
Tltnraaay, April lat.
fja la Rillr luemaralu far
roar fill : aa. wn-a..u.B.
MonourHiu ItanKlwst Mnlforti.
Tosoamnk I have found to bo iust
the thing for facial neuralgia and al
other achett and pains about U.e head
0. K. ALLES, M.D.. Rctslhoai. IU.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, MARCH 30,
Tata lew afayaam.
FABRISOTON. STEWART A WHITE,
Rataa, 12 50 to It par day, according to loca
tion of rooma.
W A JohniOB, NT Z Cat!ebrrv, Qa
Mr; L B Ulbion.Obio W T Trumbower. Ohio
H 1 M J McE Jonaa. Tana
B FSeeak.Mo J L Duller, Tenn
Thoa Uraham, Tenn 1 ha S hani-k, Tenn
M C Milmora, Mo
M B Woo dridte, Mall
A B I.ewii. Ala
J HMendle. Mo
W B W healer. Mill
J Fin trail. Tenn
A Lova N V
J F Behrint-er, N Y
R Yearaer, Miaa
11 J Maariiigale, La
A iavn, jaiaa
H K Newheyar, Cal
W FHuahai, fad
B Armataad. Mill
! E Hoonar. Md
T i Campbell. Mill
BDHod aa, Ark
T V Farabao, Tana
J R Kins. Tonn
w wrnn. anil
V U Hardinf, Mill
J P McLawa.Ten
C U Pre. Mo
JM Thorn paon. Tana
N Wiliinaki, Mlia
W 0 Anderron, Miu
v n ivia, no
0 H Foote, Mo
1 Cohen, La
C M Dudley, Mlia
U D Howard, Tenn
C B lleoderecr., N Y
S W Steinbanl, N Y
W S tfoarh. Tana
T K Chanay, Ohio
F W H.U'h, Mo
K T Ilarrii, Mi
Z D Jenninai. Mini
at) Hodaei. Ark
A Ot ampball, Tana
N K Martin, Tenn
J U Kdrinston, Tenn
w w Mitchell, La
J E Oarthar, Ky
J 11 Barton, Tenn
HH Temple, Va 0 D Armitrunt , Tana
n a aicorn, jr, utai u 0 Hoaenbaum, Ky
H May, Tenn W Lamb. Tens
E Maaon, Tana J D Blakemore, Tana
W K Lore, Tann C M Day, Mo
J M Woolland. Tenn W Tremble, Tenn
M M Soay, NY AN MoCatohem.Tana
R P Whitaell, Tenn W D Sledge, Miai
W 11 Alexander, Mill 0 P Bard, Tenn
Mll.TOa gOBLI OOMXAKT.
H Noble Aw, NY F 8 Atkln, N Y
( W Ham am Aw, NY J M Martin, N Y
MPehrmen. NY E L Mortimer, N Y
J W Uardner, N Y J Moore, N Y
M 0 Anderson, Y Mki 1 H aldroa, N Y
Mill M Davenport, M Y.
0. B. GALLOWAY A C0...Pir)rri,oM.
Ratal 12 6u and H per day, according to
aiie and looation of room Special
i 1 1 arret'. Ark
W B Wilion, Tenn
C E Townlry, Oh'o
J 0 Mellefunt, N Y
OK Tucker, Mail
II D Martin, ind
J 0 Wilber, N Y
P H Rearii, Mo
I) D Aniliooy, Ind
Wm Jackiun, Ohio
B C Jonei, Ind
C D Meeki.4vy
L U bummeri, Tena
CHarkneii, N Y
U Fuller. Tenn
If Rich ardton. Maui
C L Orore, Miai
A M Dora, N Y
W i Freeman Ad, Tenn
R Nrabam, Ohio
A B Ihllery.Ohio
A Jack Aw, Ind
Lee Hirach, Ark
H V Hornet, Ark
K B t'artwrisht, Ark A B Scrusga, Ala
J Patnon. A I
E P Wood, Mmb
E P Wood, Miaa
V 0 W illi .ma, Ark
L White. Ky
J K McKlroy, N Y
A R DeLeon, Ohio
W A Percy, Miia
II Man, La
J Weinberg, Mill
A Wood, Miia
W' flray, Englaid
i McDonald, Kai
B W Overton, Tenn
M M fratt. Mo
II Dunaiuore, Ark
L RJWnv.ni fa.
F Strwiiwl jpA
K W Hcott, Miia
II WB adlcy, Ky
J R McNary. Tenn
F llowklna, Tenn
W J Kobtnaon, Ky
R F Woodi. Tann
II 0 llouiton.Tena
rt o Judge, Hy
l Halinger, Ark Miaa Halinaer, Ark
J P Clark. Ark W W Ilarrii, P
M C Jonaa. Ala
J Owena, Ala
t) Bent, III
H Verger, Miaa
J 0 Chiam, Miai
XJ Martin, Ala
B Kelly, Tenn
A R MoCntchen, Tann
F Moulton, Tena
W A Aloorn, Miu
W M SI. ok T.n.
A White, Ala C L Diokinion, Tena
UWJonei, Kai A Bmmonion. Ark
A H Jaoot, N Y
J Ki"g, III
JL Hurt. Mn
C Pickena, Miu
A B Jonei, Miu
E H Joyce, Miu
R W Hood, Ubio
J 0 Farrell, Miu
W Cooper. Tenn
U R tieridorf. Mo
v ir t. ..i t
B C'uary, III
J F Banki. N Y
L Hunt, Tann
Oil White, Mini
W M Lawaon, Mill
II II Finney, Ohio
W II Pullen.Tenn
R E Bullington, Tann
J Orrill. T.nn
Mri L W Killi, Ark Miai M Bpeari, MUl
J 0 Pattermn, M la J L Button, Tenn
Mn II Mcdehee.Miii B Onpenheimer, Tenn
. a. ...ii,,, ,,uu
r inompaon, lunn m Lea, ten n
6 II Phillip. Tenn
W Y Bond, Tenn
W H Flynn, Ky
L Freeman. Kv
11 s laylor, lenn
II H Matluok, Ky
D Shelby. Mo
II A Adami, Mill
Mra L Mabn, Cal
J D lawyer, Miu
T M 1 'onion. Neb
II B Lamb, Mm
B Kwr.ni, Tenn
W 8 tloodwyn, Tenn
C P Cooker, Tonn
J 1'eteu lenn
A B Treadwall, Tenn T Thompiou, Ky
n w inibert, Tenn
l L Mhonn. Tenn
. juuiujiwii, nj
J Mahonar. Tann
W Wllaon Aw. Tenn
L W llumss Tenn
T C llindman. Ark
W DMedge, Miaa
8 Browning, Tenn
F llowkiaa, Tenn
H B Lootey, Tenn
Col Alei.nder, Miu
J V Jobnaon Aw, Mill
It bledge, Miaa
0 M SimpuA Aw, uhio..
LOUISVIU.g BAHHtaLL cuia.
J A Hart, manuger Croat,
Cook, , gtrauu,
Heoalul. ' Klv. t
W.H. TlINOHAMl M..,n..
European plan. Enlarged and relurninhed.
fncai according no me and looa
tion of roomi.
J M Blaftrd Aw.Miia V I Uogan. Miia
vv men auiaini, miu a warm, Miu
M lloldon, Miu IWH Uorlei, III
F Ilerndei, Ky , 1 K Prewitt, Ark
rt P Whitaell, Tenn H WindhamAw.Neb
T tin A L. I D tJlJ a rh
ir v iroj nvr nn ma rviooAriJSon Ifino
A Mioharoui, NY fl H Montfffluitrr.M.ai
B J Allan, Miu J Stafford, Tenn
0 Rutter, III K 0 l'ae. Ten
0L Cheney. Ill JRHeplin.Mua
A Haurr. Mo (J Koln. Ma
U Markand. Mo O J Hanh. Ma
K L Martin, Miai J O Uray, Ark
U I) Tomlinion, Ark MC Manifiold. Ky
J W Diokinaon. Ark I A Jcllett. Ark
W L tin ham. Tenn R M McVeiah. Ark
ft McVeigh, Atk M Levy, Tena
W Little. Kv K J Keith. Ark
Jaa Harrington, Ark H Lehman, N Y
a u ropejoy, Ara Jl iiartman, iky
11 rUillwell, Ark K W Jordan, Ark
KB Smith, Ark 0 0 Andenen, Ten
KR Miller, Neb J M Kemp, Miu
SCaaaidy, Ark 1 6 Clement. Tea
ri llarrell.Tann J Loeb, Miu
W W Campbell, Miu Mn J U Ward,Ta
iiiir. v nam, All
O Offner, Ohio
U:.. v uj-.j . -i
I Hoarlaad. N T
J William, Miu
O W Reagan, La
St J Waddell, Miu
W A Rainev. Miu
Mn Mannlag, MIU
M B Wllion.Tenn
L Moon, V
111 r Movall. Tana K V Whitaell . Tna
WO Sally, Tenn J C Can6eld, Miu
E THtrtcklane, Mil! V B Uowrv, Mill
J W 1
J Clarke. Tei
Hnghea Aw, 1
M M Manhall.Tann
nuiuei 4W w 1 avhm
D tlnthrie, I I
8 Weir. Tenn
WS Iloaaa Aw.Tana
fv Bright, Tana
C Marlar, Tenn
' t 8hort. Tena
J W Roae.Ten
0 L Dicklnaoa, laa
v v Biaarnter, tena
a f ivy, lenn
0 Joyner. Tn
J t Boaaearin, Ark
W at Blmpion, Tenn
Cornr6i Adami and Main itraati. Room
ww, iuv. oi peraayi Amerioaa raa.
, ' . .w per aay.
.Wra'.-t'SSHaitanrant In the Hotel.
. M. DLFFkJH) yre with Peabody Bo
I T tt;..lna. Taut B 0 t.u T.
n T.,u,. Tann - u .1 a1 t v. r. . .
T Capwell, N Y o V RemeTXenn
BVWM, leaa )iaee, Tenn
6 Howitt, Miaa P j Allen. Tenn
W M Uoun sw, n i v u aeru, M.
B D Martin'"
W D Oleary. Twan Miaa Nellie a,Bf, Ark
Miu Arnn rn,Ark R H Oilleaple. v,
00 M Br Ind W A MeUaniel.v
yv u H K la, ill n a n ii i v,
li W kartell, Miu ' M K t'oter, Miaa
B T,)bnion, Ten J A Denton, Ten
JuMtCabe.Tean N B Cartwright, Atk
fKoor, Ark FKoeer, Ark
L Lntlen, Ark W Hrda. La
T Mnrri.na. Ohio L H Ooio. Kai
RF Bowlea, Ark N T Monk, MiN
V 11 . .... T.r. n
W N Himaai. fan
. b none, voi
a Du.. 1 - Ma
Z Barard, Mo
T F Johneoa, Mloh
R Freeman, N Y
y t; baler, teaa
D M Loary, Ky
M L Wall. Ohio
M Woeili, Miia
HI vv oqui, ami en n vm-ie
PMOrlan,Tet M C Pake, Al
P J Neat, Ark.
A C Ca-T. Ind
Old Gold and SIlTer
Iskon as caib, Mnlford', 291 Main.
Ir. a. K. Waaara draael Oiaenlac
laaraday, S aril UK.
ExMltence tvud Cnmh
Are tbe secrets of MulVird's success.
Mn. A. K. Slaaa'a iid 0aln(,
Ttiaraday, April 14,
Mnlford, Jewoler, S91 Main, ge
loclts orders from the rototrj.
Skk ail. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and Laundry on fifth page.
Kalsohixino telephone 600, A. Mc
Neil. McmphisStainid Glass Works, 236
Third street. Call and see.
Watson's Bitumen Concrete is abso
lute proof susioft dampness, seepage
and rate. Telephone 038.
Have yon a damp, unhealthy eel
larT Watwn's Bitumen Concrete will
make it dry and wholesome. Tele
Fob Thboat Dihabis, Coogbs,
Colds, etc., effectual relief is fouod in
the us.of Brown's Bronchial Troches.
Price 26 cents. Sold only in boxes.
Tbi Herbal Chill Cure, the beet
tonioand anti-periodio known. A certain
and em tun for ehilli- Price 1 per bot
tle. Bend atami for oiroulari. Any ref
renr giien. Addrau John C. Raoker.
Lynchberg. V. ,
Sikd to Memphis Floral Company
for list and price-current of plant.
Have largest stock in town. Come ont
and see lor yourself. South gate Elm
Th moat efficacious stimulants to
excite the appetite are Angostura
Bitters, prepared by Dr. J. 6. B. Bie
gdrt & Sons. Beware of counterfeits.
Ask your grocer or druggist for the
"Watson's' Bitumen Concrete," for
the paving of cellar, warehouse and
i table floors, driveways, walks, etc.
Hard, smooth and durable, and proof
against dampness and seepage. Tele
Watch xsJoles Jnrgemen stem
wind, 18 k, f 125 . Kockford stem-wind,
18 k, 75; tienmeider stem-wind, 14 k,
ioO; Elgin and Waltbam stem-wind,
rolid gold, 20 to J.r)0; ladies solid gold
watchesattS.llO, $15, $-") to $40;
gents' tolid silver American wa'.ches
at $4 to $15. Above watches are all
good as new. A large line of diamonds
at lees than cost of importation, and
every article sold under guarantee, at
Memphis Loan Ollice, 74 and 70 Beale
A Bemarkable Maa.
There is a guest now at the Peatody
Hotel whose character and career de
serve more than a passing notice.
Forty years go aa orphan boy of six
teen stepped off of boat at Memphis,
and traveled a J stanco of eighty miles
to an obscure village in North Missis
sippi. There were no free schools in
those days, but by indomitable pluck
and energy this friendless youth man
sged to secure a medium education,
and while at school writes a little book
that takes the community by storm,
cnating quite sensation in literary
circles, realizing means enough to en
able the author to study law, and the
first day after he was twenty -one he
wai admitted to the bar. Soon there
after we find him a firct lieutenant in
the Mexican war, winning laurels by
bis dash and courage. Next we find
him at the head of the bar as a law
yer, inferior to none and superior to
many. In 1861 we find him as colonel
of a Mississippi regiment, gallantly
leading his huve men agaiost Rickets s
bsttet y, whick be captured, at the first
battle of Msnassas. It was this gal
lant charge that won for him the sou
briquet of the "Knight of the Black
At the close of the war he tef times
the practice of bis profession. Clients
swarm around him aad bis witt?d for
tune is soon remade. In 1872 he lays
down his bonks, goee to work, and in
four months builds a railroad twenty
five miles in leDpth, and in the fall re
sumes his practice. Intact, be kept
np his legal business all the time, in
1881 the entire community was startled
by the appearance f a thrilling novel ;
the charming romance captivates the
readers of all classes. Strange, but true
it is, that while piesident of a railroad
line, an active member cf the bar, and
the manager cf the largett farm in
North Mississippi, this wonderf ml men
finds time to compose s novel that has
but few superiors. Fifty thousand
copies were sold in six months from
the appearance of the first edition. In
1882 another novel from his pen ap
pears, and in 1883 another book of
travels in Europe. The greatest mys
tery is to kcow how the author finds
time to compose such books while
rnnning a railroad, a farm, a
law office, and a dosen other sorts of
business. He has made an independ
ent fortune. Never seems to be pressed
lor time, indeed, he may often be seen
lounging leisurely about the hotels,
conversing with his friends, and
strangers have often mitken him for
a regular ho el loafer. He never seeks
noteriety, bnt is rather shy snd timid
among strangers ; is greatly beloved by
all who know him ; is liberal and gen
erous.'Rod is always at the head of
pnblio enterprises. He was the prin
cipal owner of the railroad of which
be was president. The road bad a
good paying traffic, but another line
was so loeated as to damage his traffic.
"What's the matter here 7" "Another
railroad being built which harms yon."
This wonderful man lays down his
pen, goes to Jackson, Miss., induces
the Legislature to give him all the con
victs nntil February 1, 1889, and in lees
than ten days thereafter he is grading
a railroad' - at the rate oi two
miles per week, snd says he is going
to build from Jackson, Tenn., to Ship
Island, on the gulf, and that be will
do it is a certainty. Allv bis agents
and employes love him, and he seems
to know the value of a man as seon aa
he looks on him. He never makes a
mistake in tbe selection of agents and
employes. His integrity has never
been doubted; his wordns his bond,
and bisjudgment haa never boen at
fault. It is unnecessary for as to
name the man. He is the aaYor of
The fihti Jtoe.
Fine WaUa repairing at Maifertl's.
Hn. A. M. Slaam' ermavdl Opemlma,
Tbaraalar, A aril 1st.
Dyeing and Oeauiisc.
Ladies' and genta' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Relgel, 58 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods reoiad by express.
- Orsler nedalsa Meilfsrd'm.
ar.bla riwal Caampwy
rakUata aaai Bleat of taaaam.
V A. K. SIaam
-, All la.
v Our the
P. M. PaTTaHflOH k CO.. Aiants-
Meaaahl rieral . kaa ta larwaa!
Mac eX flaaia lea ai.
aa aauAVan nv art TV SB TTB Aa rwvlla.
And it stimulates and promotes tha
grovno uie uair.
Bnrnett's Flavoring Etrou nva tha
Hato Your French Clocka
Put in order at Mnlford'a, 2tM Main.
Mr. A. U. Nlaaa-a 43raat Blr4,
WTht firm of GOODBAB & CO. has been diatxrived, and we have reorganized oor interest in tbe Wholesale Boo
and Shoe Business, in connection with Mr. W. K, Love, late of Warren, Love A Co., St. Louis, Mo., and Mr. J. C.
Ca! Hcott, of Cold water, Miss., nnder the, style of and nVav name given below. We tha.xk our friends for tbeir patronage
in the past and hope for a continuance of their favors. A. B. GOODBA.-
o J. H. GOODBAB.
A. B. COO DBAS,
Lat of Ooodbar A Co., Memphii.
GOOBBAR, LOYE CO,
3G7 & 369 Main
We are now receiving a large and En'lrely JUw Stck of Eastern and
Bpring Trade of 1886, which we offer at itock Bottom Pric?,
We have EXCLUSIVE control in this
lowing lines of CUSTOM-MADE Goods, all of whiah we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction :
George Hocker's celebrated Men's Calf Boots.
Brady & ShorteU's Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoes.
T. M. Harris ACo.'s Philadelphia made Children's Shoes.
Also, L. W. Nate & Co.'s Kip Brogans and Plow Shoes
the beet Brogans made in the United States heretofore
handled by Goodbar k Co.
We are the only house in this Market handling the cele
brated Krippervdorf, Dittmann A Co. line of Lidiee' and
Misses' Kid, Goat and Calf CUSIOM Goods EXCLU
SIVELY . under the Faetorv Brands.
The Handsomest in the
South and Its
The Pride of tlie 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 Clothing Par
lors, 262 Second street, Memphis has
the best and cheapest clothing house
in tho United States. He also had
to coocedo that the Memphis girls
are the prettiest in the country and
that the men here, as a general rule,
are better dressed than those of any
Memphis men can afford to dress
well. The Misfit Clothing Parlors
gives them the advantage of buying
fine merchant tailor's clothing at
about one-half its actual value.
The Misfit Clothing Phrlors 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 Parlor packed with
beautiful now goods. Bettor still,
our prices are wonderfully low.
Come quick .and inspect these hand
Remember, all alterations to in
sure a perfect fit done free of oharge
by a Srst-cUss tailor.
283 Second St., Memphis
Opp. Conr Sqaars.
The- Paradise for those tant-
tog Boal aothing Bargains.
IMPORTER ASO DSALXK iS
Unas. AmaaiaiUoBv risalaiT Tackle
aad Base-Uall Uoeiie. M
WBOLZSAUt AND RETAIL.
tM Mai Btr. araaa, Tau
af r. 1.. ..A Reaalriac of OnaS S
rjit a wr.iRTfll.Propr's.
11(142,144 Front, Menipliis.
Tiler and Sa.t-ir;a Wurka In h eitr.
aaararlaren cf fcaavv laa
waik r etewerlpUoai. Epaetal
Maantloa to UaUUoa wort.
W. S. LOTE.
Lateol Warren, Love
Late of Ooodbar A t o., Memphii.
and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn.
officeno. 24 high street.
De made Dy any competing market.
market of the fol
We also control
own brands, vis:
ORG ILL BROTHERS & CO.
DP IS' HARBWARE !
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR BUTTS.
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR LOCKS, ' '
PLAIN AND BRONZED SASH FASTENERS,
BOLTS. KNOBS, ETC.
A MOST fOMPLBTK STOCK OF
Of 33 veary
Filflk tT-fTfiTVTfHifra A tfiClfni
We are Just la Beeelpt
B. B. Flows, Columbus
WHEELBARROWS, SHOVELS, PICKS. MATTOCKS,
And a Complete Line of CAMP OUTFITS.
DES JARDMS, KILLER & R007ES,
IV o. 394 MA IK STREET
Jamea Ooodbar Wee. Tu. dark
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street,
E offer to MKBCHABITM OSLVtbt larceat aril beat atoek of Bootj and Shoei w
have ever hroniht to thil market, and which cannot be inrnaaaed in Quality an
tylei b any home in thil or any other oily. In addition to a oomplete line of Eaitern
made goodl' including; toe HSLtBKal kU WIOIISAK CO. BHOUaaai , we handle
a large and aeleet atook of Caatonn-made Goods for Men, Women, Miaiei and Children. W
carry a number of th beat make! in lb country, in everv variety and it: le, aad amon
themlthe well known Men' Calf Boot and Shnea manufactured by (tee. Hooker for our
Spring Trade. V alio carry a ehoio line of Ladies' and MUiei' Castom Kid, Goat and
Calf (looda, manufactured by Krlppendorf, Dittman k Co. We invite th trad to examine
our itock before bujing elsewhere, and w guarantee verything w iU to give i aariafaotion.
GOODBAR. LOVE k CO.,
MmrHia, Tasa March 10, 1886. 1
TO THE TRADE:
We made- a contract some months
ago with George Ilocker, the manu
facturer of the celebrated "Ilocker
Boot," for the exclusive handling of
his hoots at wholesale in this market,
and have advertised in various news
papers to this effeot. 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 shsuld
not be placed in a false attitude be-
lore the trade, we wrote to wr. iincn
er on February 27th tknow whother
or not he had sold his calf boots to
any other wholesale house in Mem
phis, and we herewith publish his
reply. Very respectfully,
tlOOOBAB, LTI IB ;
, 0FFI0B OF GBOROE U0C3ER.
HANnraOTtiaa or I
BOOTS AND 8U0K8. m
CiaraiaxaTi, O.. March 1, 1886. J
Meaar. Ooodbar, Lot k Co.. Kamhiih
GiNTLimN-r-We have jut re
ceived your letter f February 27th.
Goodbar k. Co. have not bought a
tingle pair of boot from us for ths
I cannot think that they a gettia(
them through any- other lonse, its we
tlat they could
send, and are only aelling one other
jobbing house tHese goods. I do not
thin it . aJiev Ko mem lawiu lugm,
1 - A -
Notwithstanding one of sir com
petitors pskUsbes a letter fros tieo.
fik. tatl'ma, ha kaa ant aald an
any eaJf boats for sarins; trade,"
TUB 1 At 1 is, we tue ineue w
ov. Ib st)?, which we offer to the
trade at a low prices as they can he
fbnad elsewhere. We gnarantee
them to b the WES CUE Geo. Hotter
toots aaw adapted to the present sea
sen's trade. Kesp'ctfnllj yonrs,
OUODBAU dt CO,
MsavyWs, March 18. t6.
j. G. 8CfcllDT L SON,
Importer nnd dealer In
allien and rtahlna; Tackle, Bnlldera
Hardware, a.leclrle Hella and An-
nanclalekr fur Hotela and Reaidaneea.SM
Main at revet, Memanla, Tena. Kleeti
uppliMalwayi oa hand. Repairing neatly
A Co., St. Ltroie.
Custom-Made Boots snd Shoes for tha
on as liberal terms aa can
following Specialties nnder oor
A Co.'s Men's Grained Calf
TOM-MADE Bale, Button and Congress.
Goodbar, Love & Co.'s Men's N.K. Calf CUSTOM.
MADE Bale, Button and Congress.
Goodbar, Love A Co.'s Ladies' Kid and Goat CUSTOM-MADE
Flexible Polish and Button $3 00 Shoes.
Oor Ladies' $3 00 Shoes are made from tbe best se
lected Curacoa Kid and Tampico Goat 8tock, and have)
8olid Sole Leather Counters and Flexible Inner Soles
and we warrant them to fit and give perfect eat iaf actios
in everv resneet.
af Aarc MtBanesi of
Steel Drag Scrapers.
Eaaaa J. Carrln-ea Fraak 43. Jae
1 Sweet Pickles Etc.
SlaPeel Fruit Ptathletl Orange.,
Sinned rmlt Pickled Caenmbera,
Staffed Frail Pickled Pepper.
MaOed Fralt Pickled Manga,
Mixed Sweet Pleklea,
(Trexie at Black weira t'new-Chaw aad
Plain Cunmker Plekla by the aall.
Other brand af Plain and Mixed
Pickles la CMaas aad 4Mivea.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
Corner Second and Beale Nts.
J. L.FROST ,
Cor. Second and.Henroe Sts., .
Would call attention of hi friend
ana natron to hi
NEW SPBIIIO STOCK,
Comprliing the chfieeet aad lateat da
itna of Foreign Soode in th market.
Having taken ipecial oar in their eeleo
tion, I am plaaaad to lay to my oaitomeri
and publie wao favor aa with a call, to
how them.iin ot good only found in
. TainAvtev aaj TO.!.. In
Oana, Plabla; Tackle aad Nparta
. naea'BHBppllra. - Bpneial attention
' lAIKIN0ain VFACIl! BJ EK"
4ia lvfavln Memphis, Tenn
JoHaVOranTon, Ja. 0. M. QaotviNoa.
OVERTON & GROSYENOR,
Real Estate Dealers
AGEJTTS eft BBOKFJtS.
OlSoe, 234 Second, StrMiv
a. a. Ma. dacaeaaa Bad ..u.
BEKFHIh, jj a1(NiaMEBe
R9KL I3TATB BOOSET AND BOLD.
Tax Pali, lUiti OoltooUd. tc.. oa
Tounn & Brother.
Booksellers ivd Stationers.
W Mala HU, 8femptils,Tena
Wlaklaar to etare trea Baslaeas
we Mer Oar kallre
STOCK AT COST.
Notioe to Railroad Contractors.
' I 'i.B anaeraignejn II preparM (e lurnna v
A conlractorw en Railroad Werk DAY LA-
BJRER6 in any Humbert wanted. Addroaa'