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U"l!vill,W Orleans sod Texas R'j
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In E?wt Nr-nhr 22, IMS.
MAIL. Soma. I North.
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fi: a.m. :' Pin
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9::i p.inlj!:3 p.jn
South, i North.
5:im p m
A-With til Itnei entering Memi'bli.
$-WithM.AN. W R. R. for Helena.
C Fur (JreenTllte and Huntington, and all
Arkania. point. ,
D-Witb V. A M. and V., S. A P. Rallroadi.
jPwilb N.. J. AC. K. H. for .Natobei and
f far pvnt nn the Princb.
9-With iM.meri lor Ilaynu Kara.
8 With nilroidi diverging for Florida and
Cout point. . .
Pullman BufTot Sleeping Canon all traini.
JA8. M. KDWAR1KS. V. P. andU..M.
M. BtJRKK, General Sup't.
A. J. KNAPP. H. P. A.
A.t.a.rl Srwianil Wl-lipil Val
ley.. Irainl move Inllnwc No. I (taut
Una dal-) Imtm at 11 : a. m . No 2 leavel
at 11:40 pm. daily. K. Loni fait lina
leavea sil at : p.m. No. 7 ,'tsit lina
sail?) arriTM at 1:30 p.m. Wail and ei-
ClM arrirei daily at S:l.la.m. bt. Loan
t lina arriTM dally at : a.m.
tjleotaalnal an Tennessee. Fait
nail train leerei daily at 4 :3(l i. m. i arrive,
at '4 a.m. Local freuht Inavel at 0:40
a.m.1 srrWef at 4:S0 p.V Freight traini
0. Ii and ( run trl wiokly. No. leave
amphia Mendai, Wedntiday and Kridar.
Kansas 'lfy, "prion n-lft and "n.
able -Tralni leave M. and T. dnpot f'ol
Jewi: Ne. 4, mail and exnren, leavei daily
at 11 3 a.m.; No. 3, mail ami eipreu, ar
riTM at S:S0 p.m. Nii.6fi.Kt. Loaif aiiirea-,
leavee dallr at : p.m. ; No. lift, bt. Leu in
ail . arrival at 8:.W a.m.
nasahla nnd Kurk -Tmlnt
move a follow (rentrnl il'njird time):
No. 1 leaven daily at S:2H p. id, ; arrive! at
:p.n. No. 3 leave! at 8:M a.m. j arrive!
atS:.V)am. No. MfreUlit) leavo! lloineld
dally (eiiwptSundiy) at 6:0t a.m.; arrive!
at 7:10 p.m.
Mrraplilk 4'barlralon - Train
move a follow!: Thmunh eipreii leave
daily at !t:'.f p.m. Mail and eiproia leavel
daily at (:10a in. rioioerviMe aMommoda
tion lrvea daily, exoopt HundBy, at4::U)
a.m. Throunh eiprei-i arrive! dully at fi.Z't
a.m. N ll and f pre! ar lvai daily Bt 4 :55
S.m. 6inierville arrommoilslloo arrives
ally, ex pt Hunday, nt 8:3(1 a.m.
Ialavlllo nnd Nhlll Trniri!
Bove m follow: Km mail arrive" daily ai
4:3K a.m. : lMvaa at 1(1:111 p.m. : mull leave.
d"ily at :U am. llrownvilla aocoimro
datiom leaTel daily. eoent Sundy, at fiM
n.n.l mail arrive! daily at o:0) p.m.
Brewov He tcotmmoda'ion arrive! daily
xeaplBindat, at 8 40 a.m. irtundard tiina).
Metnitlil, tilrinlnej limn nml ttlnn.
tt Uoi'v 6iriaa Rmiie Trnlni move a
followi: No 1 loavei Momtihii dnily at.t:45
p.aa.t ar-ivei at Holly t-prln! atS:.10 p in :
No. 1 leave! Holly -i.rmin ilmly at 9M
a.m., arrive! at Meinphln at '1 :1ua,m. : No.
leave! Memphli daily t 7:30 p.m., arrival
at lloMy Rprlnriat 11: p.m.: No 8 lenvei
Holly Kprina! daily at .'1:30 a.m., arrive at
VTahhimothit. Arril 10, lRHn. I
1 o'olook a.m. I
IniUrntionH for MpmphlR and viniiu
ity; IJj,'lit rainit, HliKlitly coolor Rluo
star, nxl crwra'iit.
tiff Trimmer atifi the Ohio Vallry:
Flair alhrr in the tarirrn portum ; Wal
rarm .t the vntrm; wind ymmtllu
tmtikfofttrly ttdlionnry trmprrnlnrt.
Mrlroroliiftlcnl Krporl. .
MiUPHiR, TitNN., April 0, 1881.
3:00 p m
Muxlniiim ten lfiiiutv 010.
Mlnirrnm lemppratare, 61.0
All obrorvtlnnH nre Ink en on 75
mnridii.n timn, which In one hour
taoter tha.n Inral ttinn.
Second street should besprinkled.
The School Hoard meets Monday.
The. Iron Mountain is pushing on
ward. The County Court will moot again
The. WntvrUoniniitleo meet again
The thito of Mamiger Oreen'g
benefit has not yet been announced.
The revised programme of the
spring mct'ting Iiuk been received. It
m.UIb JKHVI to the stakes.
A ctiuple of chicken thioves were
captured at an early hour yesterday
morning by the police.
There, ia very Httl talk about gsw
on the si recta. The excitement seems
to have been lulled, but the mutter
will le nettled next week.
The membership of the New
Memphis ,Joeoy Cltin-hoiiMC is nearly
filled and Col. Montgomery will have
houso warming in a short time.
This is not the only point on the
rivor at which a briogo ia contem
plated. K bill has been introduced
into Congress to charter a company to
build one at Nntchei.
The whole company now playing
at the People's Theater will go o t to
Estiva) 1'ark to-night. Dick Cum
uiingn and Jack lturke will have a
sparring exhibition of tivo rounds.
-It ia likely t' nt some light will be
thrown on the recent Dennett tragedy
in the replevin suit soon to come up
before Justice Coleman A large num
ber of itnesses have been summoned.
Memorial services in honor of the
late Ir. Ieopold urx of llerlin were
held at the Jewish Temple yesterday
evening, when an eloquent tribute
wits puid to his memory by llabbi
Tho AlfKAi, has received from
Hoiick "leiiled Apple," "Suppuri
ing," "S'oine Day" and "O V Mama,"
the loveliest oi the songs rendered so
exquisitely hst night by the Kellogg
License to piarry wen1 issued yes
to'day to John t-milh and l'.lla VtHidy,
Vike eKeteml and rs. Xi. J Og-h-sbee,
(.ieo. C. Harris and vrs. Tamer
Williams, Jiimi'H 1 lammoud and I'an
The ghost of ex Chairman Smith
refuses to he iniil. It still haunts the
County Court. The papem Umui which
a ronti"! will be bused were filed in
the C'ourtv Court yehteiday, ami the
mutter will pro! .ably come up liext
Monday. Mr. Smith is now in North
Carol inn, and was no! present when
the court ln l thi week.
Two uiiiortunatis, Anna and Mar
garet I larmati, ii'v nt the station-house
pennilc, help' ss ami friendless and
nnxictis to g I to Chattanooga. A snb-
M-iij'ti' I 1ms In n i-tarted lor tliem ly
the Ma' "1. house ollieiuls whotiMiallv
tri'iii U". 'r n p::'iry revetiuenn such
oci H-i' : s, Imt a hiillii ii lit iimouin had
not la i ii r:iin '1 nt Uir lust nilit.
,S vi ral proiH'ity owners signed
tlieir iirmts Thnrwlay to a paper
which was read Ixfore the Council,
siting thut ro,M rlvlieymd the point
There Carolina stictt itops in thi;
l.'u . I Tncr. Wind
:;0.15n f.2.0 8K
"d.hm! no.o s K.
IIOOSO' 04.il N.
.'10 057 0H.O U.K.
W.0S4' 05.0 S E.
Tenth ward was worth V) a foot and
anking the city for that sura to ojien
the street. The assessors are exam
ining their books to sec how it is dow n
Dr. George K. Ptincan, superin
te'ideitand physician of the County
Almshoi.se, make the following re
poit for the (uarter: Remaining from
previous quarter, '.'' 5: sane admitted,
118 insane admitted, 8; sane dis
missed, '.17; insane dismissed, II;
sane ilied, 24; insane died, 3; remain
inn, l!Mi; average per day, 21:.. Of
those remaining sevinty-flvjf are in
The Greenlaw family out on l'oji
lar street boulevard, had a high old
time, yesterday. Greenlaw, a colored
man, and his wile, have been in the
habit of " jiw ing " each other every
day for weeks, and yesterday there
was a right in which tlio entire family
joined, liriekbats and clubs were ex
tensively used. The dispute will be
adjudicated U fore Jus ice Coleman
At a culled meeting ftl the Hoard
of Managers of the Society for Preven
tion of Cruelty to Animals held yes
tcrduy, it was resolved that this so
ciety is in favor of prosecuting parties
engaged in pigeon shooting for sport,
it being unlaw ful and cruel ; and that
the action of this society lie published
in tho morning papers to give warn
ing to olfendeiu t' at they will bo pros
ecuted as the law provides.
President Haddcn is in need of
rest. He insists in taking upon himself
all the little detuils of the government
and now he finds himself culled upon
to answer questions and attend to
hundreds of little things which' could
be handled by the policemen or fcir
bage cart drivers. The strnin is con
stant and intense and in spite, of the
President's geuiulitv is rapidly making
him an old man. loahoiild go to the
sea shore for two or three months.
The Women's Exchange desire to
cull the attention of the public to their
lurge stock ot hand ami machine
made underw ear. These goods are aH
custom made, and offered at exceed
ingly low prices. The stock comprises
gents gowns, children s drawers,
waists, aprons, dresses, etc., and ladies
chemise, gowns, drawers, skirts, etc;
Special orders executed where parties
desire to furnish their own material.
The Exchange also desires to call
spec al attention to many of their
caintics in the culinary department,
having on hand at all times superior
cakes, pies, charlotte russe, beaten
biscuit, chicken salad and excellent
liome-madu jellies, ntckles ami pre
serve. Orders lor dinners and enter
al n men U solicited
Solo Agents for lbiruce U. Kelly &
to. 's Key nest llgnrs.
The trade supplied at New York
prices. A full assortment constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by. us: Gayoso Hotel stand,
Peuhody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. I. sahkixon & pp.
P. P. ricKAitn, State Comptroller,
was in the city yesterday.
Mas. Jamkh E. IIkath of Como is at
C. G. Cow ik and wife of the Gayoso
have gone to r.urope,
Tim Governor of Indiana, Isaac P,
Gray, and his wife are guests at the
ln. U. M. IU'iidkkk has removed
his residence to H5 Madison, next to
Cai-t. C. V. DkGakhis, tho well
known levee and railroad contractor,
is in the city.
Tint popular tobacco merchants,
Ken Hazel and Henry Iiruton, are
guests at the Gayoso.
O. 1). Mbad, G. I). Washer, I). Rob
erts and wife, J. W. Hickman and I).
Karrell of New York are at tho
Pkok. A. L. Rmos, principal of tho
Santee Normal Training School. Rantee
Agency, Neb , was in the city yester
day, a guest of Prof. Steele of the lie
Moyne Institute. Mr. Kiggs has spent
ins lile In the work in which he is now
engaged, just as his father before him
did. The elder Mr. Riggs went out to
Nehruska in 1837, under the nuspicea
oi me America'! nouni oi missions,
anil initiated tho work of educating
the Indian, devoting part of his time,
with Ins son s assistance, to the forma
lation of the Sioux language, and the
preparation of a grammar and diction
ary oi it. ins whole la mi v followed
his example, and all have been work
ers in the Held which his son, the sub
ject of this paragraph, has cultivated
with special assiduity. Of the scope
of Prof. Higgs's work, and the success
that has followed upon it, an official
circular says: "Tho Sun tee Normal
Training School, now under the charge
of the Ame ican Missionary Associa
tion, wus definitely sturtcd fifteen
years ago, in 1870, though ita begin
nings were, still back of that. It was
established for the purpose of raising
up teachers, preachers, interpreters,
and business men for the Dakota or
Sioux nation. In raising the standard
of higher education for the Indian,
our progress has necessarily been slow.
Wo have had to plant the very idea of
the thing in the Indian mind, and
carefully tend its growth. Ami now
others are sharing with us the fruit of
these labors. Considering tho difficul
ties to be overcome, our liost hopes
have been realized in tho number of
our pupils who are or have been en
gaged in responsible positions us teach
ers, preachers, or government clerks.
I'.ut still more than this, we tin I our
success in the revolution that has
taken place in the Indian mind, now
anxiously reeking for educational ad
vantages.'' (U K 1HK K II tHt
Will lie on lap with oil
tamers from 10 DAT
on. IK.msSKE UKEW1NH 0.
Knllil Mlvprware nt IHul ford's
0. K. Hovck A Co , 380 Main street,
have just received 100 copies each of
"Oh'e Vnma," bv Fosti, and "Cricket
on the Hearth," by Stewart,
1)1)1 1 JON A L UIVKK NEttS
(Vino, April (. Nibt River 47
frt 9 inches nn the gauge and rifinir.
WVa'her cKtiriv and olil. Imparted:
Ci'v of Bktin Konce, New Orlean
Nhw Ouiians, April 9. Niubt
A-riv- d : (hi I and and liarges.M.LiCiiits;
Ctiflilha Miniien, Cincinnati. Departed:
OhVIhi U ati'i l-arpes and City of New
OrW stu, l Louis.
Luhvilik. April 9 Ntgbt-Biver
risi p, -i 32 feet 0 indite in the
a d"0 et 4 inches on tl.e falls
l'lisircra du l Wfa'.hrr c'.mr snd
i.l.-a r-nt. Ai lived: Grauite r-'tato, Clr
HEXKE2I AND CO Pi NT.
We invite the gentleman to care
fully look through oar mamithent
and complete a'sortmeut of spring
TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING! '
We claim for our c'o'.biog sup
liority of matenl excel eice of
style and perfection of fit. Every
garment ia marked in plain figuies,
at the lowest possible price, and
every garment is gut tad teed to ba
J Jnt as represented.
YOU cn get an all-wool eui'
YOU on got a fl business suit
for $13 60.
YOU ran gtt Scotch tweed suit
YOU ran get good ell-woo! t-ymsers
YOU can gut a handsome dress
nit for 28.
DUNLAPS SPRING HATS
Are now ready. Just received
Another invoice of our celebrated
DOLLAR DERBY HAT,
Equal to any $2 50 bat. The lat8t
spring style in all colois.
To-day we offer
250 fine all-wool so its for boys, 4 to
to II years, at $0 25; woith
fully $9 50. Also 500 suits for
boys, at f 3 85.
BOY'S FANCY STRAW HATS
LADIES' NOVELTY DAT.
To-day we exhibit elegant nov
PARASOLS and GLOVES.
MENKES AM) 40MPANY
Bkb ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and Laundry on fifth page.
Day board at Cla endon Hotel $20
Kalsominino telephone 009, A. Mc
Neil. MkmphisStainrd Glass Works, 230
Third street. Call and fee.
Sknd a pos'al to the Memphis Collrr
and Cuff Laundry, 51 Main street, to
call for your launory.
Have vou a damp, unhealthy eel
lar? Watiou's Bitumen Concrete will
make it dry and wLohsome. Tele-
pi. one 038.
Ta Herbal Chill Cure, the bnsi
tonioaoit anti-riirioilic knuwii. A cirtain
and luie ir chill t'ri.nil! per bo',
tie. Sjtnrt Harm 1 'nr nir.'uil-.ri. Any ri-
erenre vixen. Arldrei Jolrn C. Huoket.
i. iri.ih jori, Va.
Ssnu to Memphis Floral Company
for lis', and price-current o' plants,
Have largAttstnck in town. Come out
and son for yourself. 8outh gate Kim.
"Watson's Bitumen Concrete," for
the psvins; of cellar, warehnuso and
stable floors, driveways, walks, etc.
Hard, smooth and dnrable, and proof
ttualnnt HatnnTin .B And II pnup. 'lYle-.
' -V-'".. I 1 ry .
phone 038. 1
A fink dinner will be served at the
Woman's Exchange to-day. Chicken,
salad, crouuettes. Baked red snapper
our Bieeiiuty. Pure cream and angel
cake for the lailie", from 11 o clock ta
to 5 o'clock. Committee in charge,'
Mrs. T. J. 1 larch us and Mrs. A. VH
Tbi piano used lafit even ng by the.
Kollogg Concert Company was a
Chickering concert grand, simi ar in
style to those in tne pariorsoi too
Amateur Athletic Association ana the
Gayoso Hotel, and was furnished
through O. K. Hoiick A Co., sole
agents for Memphis.
Onk solid gold, fly back, stop watch!
1- siK-onds. only J50: 1 18-iarat solic
gold Geneva watch, weighs 5' dwt.,
!0; 1 14-kuntt solid gold F.Igin watch,
J3r: 1 18-karat heavy and very flue
Waitham watch, !"50; 1 box-case,
solid gold, 10-karat Elgin watch, 25;
other solid gold watches from 18 to
t40- aolid silver watches, in irood or
der, from f'-' to $15; solid gold rings
from Jl nn: irenuine diamotut rings,
Uli tin: 8-iav clocks, warranted one
year, at 13 apioco; 1 very fine 6fr-
karnt old mine diamond, free of flaws,
onlv ffaH)-this stone cost 130t): 1
old-fnshionod, blue enamel pearl and
solid gold set bracelet and necklace,
cost before the war i3O0, will be sold
for S35. All troods will be sold on
approval and money refunded if not
MEMPHIS LOAN OFFICE,
74 and 76 Beale street.
I. B. 90TTHKLK, Manaer-
QVR BOCK BEER
Will Ire oa tan with all oar tins
temers from TO-DAY oa.
TENNESSEE BREtflNtf CO.
Fins Wth repairing at Xulfbrd's.
In order to Introduce the Alabama
Splint Ccal In this market, it will be
delivered at Sflc per barrel in city lim
its. II I1B8 ro anpfrior.
P. M. PATTERSON A CO.
n te Rniletla-o laiominl!, for
jour lnmhlKT WMUliuei.
Order M'alHl MuHord'.
OUit B01K BEER
Will he on tan with all our cus
tomers frost TO DAI .
TEN.NFSSEK BRRWIJiW CO.
A liriiKRt!') frj.
Mr. Isasn O. Chapman, drnggist,
'hnn N. Y.. wri'es na
filhe rast ten years sold
groes of Dr. William Hall's BaWn for
theLuDKs. Icanasy of It what I
! cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never heBrd a customer rpeaa i
u i.n n,.io. it virtnee in the hiirn-
est manner. 1 have recemmendeel it
inaareat many esse ol whofiDB
.,V. itv, ih. hnrtDieat effects. 1
hsve used it in my own family for
run' in fart. e.lwfys have a
hottl'n in the medicine cloeH rewiy for
MonoerHui IWuslW Jliillbrd.
APPEAL---SATURDAY, APRIL 10. 1886.
W.H. BINUMaM . Mawaoi.
European plan. KnlarceiJ acd relurnubea.
PrioM according to f iae and looa
tion of room i.
R R ha'liberton,TennE K Jonoi, Mia
OWNaili, Ark M II..Iden, M in
M Hinder Aw, Toon J C l!ucbnan, Ky
R W MoUuirk, Min K F Wmxii. Mm
I) A Hrrwett, Ark A Il-.kli. Mo
H K rlrown. Ark T 8 Hreri, Mmi
P W Little, Mill J R Cruiui. Teno
II Farrii, Tenn B lluchri, Oily
(1 W H Cir iiii. Ill EHNaill. Mill
r. L bmilb, Teno v n nieAuntl, lenn
M H liirrr. Ark W K Howard, USA
J M Lindrley, lenn J H Weaver, Tenn
1 r (.hamrjen, Ara t ueuin, Mill
A Ka-r, Tenn mil wrraddi n, Mil
M H Firher, Mill Mm M llrodnix.Tenn
U:B. f II - . . flmm VI U T'. n r.
J K Llorland, Kt If M girith, lenn
A 11 Boamworin, 0 I .
C. B. OALLOWAV A CO Psopaiarnaa.
Katei lit 50 and at per day, aocordina to
(iae and location of room Special
J P FraieT, Tenn U Lake, Mia
K J lavirfra no net. Art.
a myneu, Ara v o maini, mm
II 11 Mattock, Ky W L Boyd, Ky
E B Dana, NY WH Thornton, N Y
I) McCartney. Pa OF Merritt, Mae
J W Steele, Man J W hitm, Mai
H 1) Anobniitnr. a I n"ienu, lonn
W Johnion. NO It I Uecht, Ala
HB-hr, Ala M Bohr, Ala
A K Atwater. Mil C II Carlton, Ark
(i T hockwell, Mo 0 W l,an,tiy. Mo
J 0 McDonald. Mill A B Wation, Mich
A 11 li'idun, N V J 11 Hmroe. Mill .
KK Hullinfton.Tenn uoieman, N X
C B PeaTii. Mo
T W Todd.
II (Ir-hiliei. Mo
HO Uanna, Mo
11 K Probaico, Ohio
Jno Baiby, Ark
J 0 Anderion, Teno
0 M Jacobui, N Y
J O'Conneil, III
J II Pullcn.Tenn
T O Dickey, Mil
Li w lute, K
B F Thaver. Kll
C Walnwriihi, Pa
K O Prror. Oh u
W H Pullim, Tonn
T B Trtievaiit, Tenn L B Linicr, Tenn
A J LM.iy. ity "ii ttrauiey. Ky
OADoaey, Tenn W II Flynn, Ky
W Vtiimn Ky B II DauirlK, Ala
.1 II Ke-i, NO P llonry, Miki
W Vi elliourne, Mil w M Marihall Mill.
It R Huniin, Mil M Hall Aw, Trnn
0 II Uillnpie, Tenn S F lladnloy, M V
K iia 1 bur'.nn, lenn 1 a nuvn, ina
M JUII Aw. Tenn U B (iilleKpie, Tenn
T t-ieole, Tenn I) W Ynuug, Tenn
b J Harrington, lenn
CLAHI KKUOOO TEOOI'I.
dura L Kellnpg. N Y Mil Webiter, N Y
Min Croiby, N X Him O lorbott, fit 1
Mim VcDiceriffo.NY F II Noyc, N Y
R David, NY A OI one. N Y
A Acroit, NY A Matthew, N Y
Hie New (Jnyono. .
FARRINOTON, STEWART WHiTE,
Ratei, 12 50 to SI per day, tccoriling to loca
tion 01 rcuuii.
RMB xtar, Mo J E Armitronr, Mo
II W rub. Tenn 1; II Uain. Ill
O M linvii. Mich JNo-inHn. NC
r. Vtoodi, N Y M .lohnion. Ark
M A Alcxatiilft'-Aw.Moll M Kraii'o. Mall
C K Lanier, Mi 1 C Owen, K
H R f-eamun, i Y OB Mead, N Y
J E Nuderwoml, Ark P J Mack, Ark
T 1 roller, lenn.
II Pryion, Tenn B A Haiell, Pa
K I'rnubart. Ark A r Howell, Ark
V Miller, Ark H V Waiher, U Y
I! U Allen. Mi'l T While, Mil
V Hi kert Aw, N Y J M (Jrun, lenn
J P i-ny Aw. Ind A 8 W.itkin?, Tenn
r u Van lie Mule, no 11 jncrnerann. mo
II Bruton, NY OBei'l.n.Ark
J F 1 own-end, Tenn Mia J E Heath, Mil
J W Hickman, NY C H Font. Mo
sn Hiines 4o. Mo
41 1 m 1 nainei, MO
V lluinei, Mo
j W Johnson. Kr
A llaioei, mo
It Fur ell, N 1
Mn II Poten, Mill
C L Harris. M il
M Rosenthal Aw, Mist
K u Slater, Mia
J A Hcott. Tenn
T L. Benne'l, Tenn
SO MoNair. Tenn
K H Waton Aw, Tenn
H r 'tune, Ala
M T Sullivan. Mil
K II Adam. Ky
Ii E Noble, Mo
J T 1 aylnr, Ohio
0 F Walah, La
A K 11 man, Mill
I' R Wolior, Win
D J Mackie, Mill
U I 1 .. - A I ,.
D W Coze, .V111
B F Peiry, Ky
M W Revnoldl. Mo
W A Scott, Ohio
8 J Puiih, Ark
K A Finher, Mi'
Jack Ureei.c, Mil's
Nut. I' IniHon, Ala
A U Kent, A a
VY T .Simrki, Tenn
K Robh ni, Tenn
rufly's t.iirofiii lloifl.
Corner of Adnini and Main itreeli. Roorai
Ww, Tat and fi pernny: American nan.
v& pi r any.
Flrnt dun. Koitauruei in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 yr wiih l'enbody Hotel),
M r Conner, N V
M lluntor, Tenn
A Walton. led
W N mith. Ind
M P Wili-on, Mim
A ROonelnnd. N C
1 jHinienn, Ky
.1 CSicele, S 0
L " ithers Tenn
J 8heH, Mill
M llariiion, Mo
C J A ruler, on, Ky
C Warren, Tenn
CBnwdry. Mi- .
P M Vorrii, Tenn
W A Uooner, Mil
H D Smith, Ark
K J Woodi, Tenn
J Vlntent, Ky
C J Bell. Tenn
J P William. N 0
M Marker, Ark
L Mnllraw, Mill
W A Bonner, Mill.
0 L R ed, Tenn
J hharp. Ala
A 8 urdevrtut. Ino
L Waterrnan, Mo
M Fuller, O.
A M Uoweni, Mn
A 8 underi, Ark
W Ilolle, N 0
T J M mauley, Ia
W J McUurdy, Oa
Mn M A Inure. Ky
W 8 I.ambeth, Ten
B M Munac, Tenn
R Hoduari. Ark
0 Aiher, Tenn
Mn SI and n3 Madi.on street.
BOW LI'S A LKAKK J'RiipaiaToas.
Katei K per day, .lay ooara J per
0 Bean, Aik 11 M Pnnglaai, Mm
MriRadermadf r, city Mn Cunninnham, La
KCrulohfleid, Ark A Morki. Ill
w M Burni, oity K N Boer, .no
D W Mi Fenon, Ark J N BraM. Ark
C F Adami. Ark KMJnnca.lenn
norner w, Mo F S Wlllett Aw, Ark
W 0 Brnoni. city ' 8 Craney. Fla
JJWaUon, Ara D Re'Tea, On
H A loear, iiiim.
DONT F0UUET to call for
Old Gold and N liver
raken as cash, Mulford's 294 Main.
Iyelux and Cleauln
I-adies' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers ami lace curtains oy
Iionis Reigel, 58 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods wi"d by express.
MmiiiMi rionti rMiy
la Had plratf of Ikena.
Mnirord. Jeweler, 204 Slain,
loftitg orders from the conntry.
Advice t Motbert.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrup
shonld always e used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
suflerer at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relievii g. the child
from pain, and tne nine cneruo
awakes as "bright as a button. It is
very pleasant to taste. Ik soothes
the child, softens the gnnis, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the beet knowa remedy
for diarrhcea, whether arisiDg from
teething or other' causes. Twenty-five
Excellence and Cah
Are the secrets of Mulford's success.
tnt Rail jTMMi"l;to d
DON'T FORGET to call for
! neesre Botk.
Jrmattjla Floral fo. baa the largest
1Iht0 Your I reuch Clock.
Put in order al Mulford's, 294 Main.
IS RltMOVKn FY THS VPS Of COCOAlS,
And it ptiiunhites p.nd promotes the
(trwth f the hair,
Rnrnntt's Flav jrio Ea'i-ac ara the
IThe firm of GOODBAB 4 CO. baa
and Shoe Bneinees, in connection with Mr. W. E. Love, late 01 warren,
Callicott, of Coldwater, Miss., under the style of and firm came given below.
in the past and hope for a continuance of their favors.
A. B. SOODBAS. J. B.
Late of Ooodbar ACo., Memphl. LaUoIGoodbar A to., Memphl. LaUol Warren, Lot
LaU of Ooodbar A Co., Memphl. LaU of Ooodbar A I o., Memphi. Lata of Warran. Lot
3G7 & 3G9 Main
We are now receiving a large and EiVirely New tck of Eastern and
Spring Trade of 1886, which we offer at Itock Bottom Prices,
Wa have EXCLUSIVE control in this
lowing lines of CUSTOM-MADE Goods, all of whish we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction :
George Hocker's celebrated Men's Calf Boots.
Brady & ghortell's Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoes.
T. M. Harris ACo.'s Pbiladf Iphls made Children's Shoes.
Also, L. W. Nute A Co.'s Kip Brogans and Plow Shoes
the best Brogans made in the United States heretofore
bandied by Gcodbar & Co.
We are the only house in this Market handling the cele
brated Krippendorf, Dittmann A Co. line of Ladies' and
Misss Kid, Goat and Calf CUSTOM Goods EXCLU
SIVELY, nnder the Factory Brands.
By Order of the Court
of Common Sense
To AN Goo J Citizens of Mem
phis Creating :
You are herewith notified that I,
Public Opinion, Judge of the Court
of Common Sense No. 1, for the City
of Memphis, State of Tennessee, do
hereby inform all those within the
jurisdiction of this Court that the
Misfit Clothing Parlors, 262 Second
strect.hayc rcc.ivcd an elegant stock
of New Spriig Clothing, which h
being offered at remarkably low
As it is (or tho interest of all good
citizens to get the most possible for
their money, I, Publio Opinion, do,
in my official capacity, invite every
one needing new Clothing to imme
diately visit the Mibfit Clothing Par
lors, No. 202 Second street, opposite
Sworn testimony before this Court
having commenced, we state that the
Misfit Clothing Parlors, 262 Second
street, are s-lling fine Tailor-Made
Garments at one-half their real value,
I grant thai plaoe the solo right and
title of being known as the People's
Popular Bargain Resort.
2G2 Second St., Memphis,
Opp. Court Square.
Judge of Common Sense Court
No. 1, Memphis, Tenn.
Open ETinlnn nnfll 9.
O'rlork Hainriays mi ii.
d .... k. -ii .li.riil Inn. 10
InanVo aieriawt n Hone free nt
ctaar by H rsl-rlaaa tailor In onr
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Imports and dealer In ""';
ultloaand Plsliln Tarbly, Bnllders
Harowaro, Mirli H.ls aad Aa
aaatilalen lor Hoteli nd Kiideoei,S4
alalrct, Mmal, Teaa ileotrie
inppliai alwaya on hand.. Repair's neatly
Importer and Dealer is
Onaa, FlKhlna; Tacbla aad Snorta.
m'i aanplie. or-Special aitentKin
giT.n to MANUFACTURING and Rlk
PAlKISa. 4ia MaluMnMeni!lilTenn
been dissolved, and we bare reorganiaea oor interest Jn the Wholesale Boo -
eOODBAR. W, I, MTE,
and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn.
officeno. 24 high street.
tw uittue oj any competing uiaxaau
market of the fol
We also control
own brands, viz:
ORG ILL BROTHERS & CO.
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR BUTTS,
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR LOCKS,
PLAIN AND BRONZED SASH FASTENERS,
BOLTS, KNOBS. ETC.
A MOST COMPLETE STOCK OP
We are Jail In Brrclpt
R. R. Plows, Columbus
WUEtLKARIlOWS, SHOVELS, TICKS, MATTOCKS,
And m Complete Uiie of CAMP OUTFITS.
DES JARDINS, MILLER & ROOTES,
0. 394 IHAIK NTKEET
James H. Ooodbar Km. L. Clarh
Tnm A.l3AiBXk.eCl 1BBO.I
GOOBIB AU j& CO
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
tttj offer to tl KSCHASTS OTIT
h.vn ...r braaaht to thil market,
inli.1 htin home in this or any other city.
.J.-J. In.lnm.lh.l'KI.I.HKAl Kll
Vh. '!.. BK1 km
j .li... .tn.w r nniinn.muli Qoodi far Men. Women, Mieaei and Children
I r .1 1 , Mnka
theni i the weU known "Men-T cilf Boot, and 6io mannfactnred by (,. Hooker for oar
Spring TrM." alio" arry a ohoiee line of Ladiei' and MUyea' ' Coatom Kid, Oo .and
oar itock betore ounng einewnero, auu w
Notwithstanding one of onr com-
Jietltorg pnbllHhes a letter from Weo.
locker stating "he has not sol' ns
any calf boots for spring trade'
THE h'kt'V IS, we bare these good
now In ufore, which we offer to the
trade at as low prices as thej can be
fun nil elsewhere. jrnarautee
them to hetheUE5UINEtio. Hoekor
buoU, and adapted to the present sea
son's trade. Kespectfiilly jnnrs.
OOODI1AK at K.
WcinpfiiP, March 1. 1SS.
SHEA ft McCAKTIIT.rropr's,
110, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
OSB OFTHi LA.R8K8T B01LKK HHOPb
in the Honiu, and the only oomplete
Boiler and Sii-Iror Wurki in theoitj..
UannraetDren of heavy nlate Iron,
work of Try dCHnrlpttoa. Bpanial
S AP0LE0S HILL, President. W. N. W ILKERSON, Vice-Preilden
11. J. LYMV, Vaslilei.
DOES A UKKEBAL F1BK
A QUARTER OF A MILUONDOLLARS FULL PAIDCWITAL.
FURSTENnKTM. WM. I. OOLB, JAMES REILLY
S. MAKSF1ELD, . n.
S. 0. UERNDON.
And Matlaaotarera, Ageu's,
83 Front St Rooms H aad 9, Vit-stHlra. Mernphli, Tenn.
J. A. BAILEY.
J, A. BAILEY & CO,
llilG Second Street, Memphis.
AtARGR AND COMPLETE STOCK OF PLL'MBKRS, OAS AND STB VM KITTSR,
Material!. Pump. Drira Wells, Iroa, Lead and -tone Pipe, (Is Kixturei. Olobei. bto
FRANK F. WOODS.
WOODS & SWOOPE,
Harness, Saddles, Agricultural Implements andMachinery.
voiGi.i:con;mxEiicoTrox ani corn ;flateb.
jxt a jo., 01. louib, mo., ana mr.w. u
We thank our friends for their patronage
-A. B. GOODBAT j
J. C. CALLICOTT,
to., Bt. boat. Lata of Coldwater,
A Co.. Bt. Loai. La
Custom-Made Boots and Shoes for
on as liberal terms as can
the following Specialties under our
A Co.'s Men's Grained Cali
TOM-MADE Bals, Button and Congress.
Goodbar, Love A Co.'s Men's N.K. Calf CUSTOM
MADE Bals, Button and Congress.
Goodbar, Love A Co.'s Ladies' Kid and Goat CUSTOM-MADE
Flexible Polish and Button $3 00 Shoes.
Our Ladies' $3 00 Shoes are made from the best se
lected Curacoa Kid and Tampico Gnat Stock, and have
Solid Sole Leather Counters and Flex ble Inner Soles
and we warrant them to fit and give perfect satisfaction
in every reanect.
of a Larue Shipment ef
Steel Drag Scrapers,
Eng - cae J. ajarnna-ion nana w.
tba farireit ara Den iioca or dooh ho ono w
an which cannot be inrpaiied in qoajiiy ana
a eomnleto line ot naaiem
UOIIIIHAK CU. itkO.rH,wehandl
In addition to
oouniry, in Ter ranety.nd at; le, and among, j
.u..uw0 "",,,vbVb i ro.
Sweet Pickles, Etc.
Stalled Frolt Pickled Oraagei,
Slaed rrnlt Pickled Caeaanbera,
SlalTcd Fruit Pickled Peppers.
htaaVd frail Pickled Maasioes,
illraed Sweet Plchlrs,
t'rowa Ilinrkwrll'a t'liow-Chsw aad
PlHln Cncnniber Pickle bj IbeicaU.
Olhr braoda of Plain and mixed
Pickles in Olaaa and Olives.
J. F. BUCKHAM k CO.
i'orner .Second and Iteale Sta.
IMPOfiTEB AND DKALBR IS
tfana, Ammnnition, Fishing Tackle
and Base-Hall Heeds.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
B9M Mala Street, Memphis, Tessi
Manufacturing and Repairing if Onnt a
AID HAM1SK BITMMKW.
Hlreet, 9Ienan'lii4. Tern.
W. C. 8W00VB.