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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1886.
RAILROAD TIKE TABLE.
LoilsrlUtHw Orleaas a Tf iu B'j
WSlMtlPPITALLKT KOCTE.
m KIt Nnvamher 22. !(.
Aol MAIL.
boalh.
Sorth.
Meapk
Lai.
4:00 p.m
4:46 p.m
:4S p.m
1:0 a.m
11:00 a.m
K:4M a.m
8:20 a.m
1
.C.
...
LeUed
Viokiborr -
2:(H a. a
Hamaoa
aU
1:42
Ithel... ...F.
6:211 a.m
6: '21 a.m
9:30 p.m
South.
: P m
Baton Koure.... .w.
Sow Orle.na...-....U....
EXPRESS."
1:42 p.m
6:.tU p.m
"North.
Memphis . .......... 9:40 .m B:W) p
Lola. 12;ir2Do'ol 2:45 p.m
Calami.. 8:tn p.mill:10 a.m
Vtckaburt- T:lft p. ml 7:3 a.m
CONNECTIONS.
aWth til Mne enterlni Memphis.
B-Wilb M. A N. W R. R. r Helena.
0 For Ureenville end Uunliufton, end all
Arkanaat point.
I-Wlih V.AM, and V.. 8. A P. Rallroada.
B-With N.. J. A C. R. R. fur Matches and
Jaektoa. . .
F For FoinU on the Branch.
With ateamere lor Harou Sara.
H With railroad! diverging- fur Florida and
Coast pointa.
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Canon all traini.
JAS. M. KUW4KHS, V. P. eodU..M.
M. BURKE, General Sup't.
A. J.KNAl'P, U. P. A.
NawMrl Mlaalnalppl Val.
ley. Traina move aa tnllowt: No. I (tut
line daily) leavea at 11 a.m. No. 2 leavat
at 11:46 pm. daily. Bt. Louia faat line
leavea daily at S:3" pm. No. 7 (laat line
daily) arrive! at 1:30 p.m. Mail and ei
prese arrivea daily at 3:1S i.m. St. Louia
laat line arrive daily at :U5 a.m.
Ml.ala.lppl and Trnneaar. Faat
mail train leavea daily at 4 : p i. i arrivea
at :4ft a.m. Local freight leaves at tf:4u
a.m.i arrivea at 4:30 p.m. Freight traina
Sot 5 ard 4 run tri weekly. No, A leavea
taemphis Monday, VYedneaday and Friday.
Maaa.aCltv,NprlnBftll and Jlfrn.
mbl. Traina leave M. and T. depot aa fol
low: No4, mail and eipreaa, leavea daily
at 11:' a.m.; No. 3, mail apd eipreaa, ar
rivea at S : r0 p.m. No. Ifl, M, Lnuia eipres,
leavea duilr at 6:(KI p.m. ! No. lift, tit. Louia
ipreas, arrivea at :.' a.m.
Mrtnphl. anil l.lillti Kork. -Traina
move aa followa (central ttand.rd time):
Ho. 1 leavea ilnilv at 6:23 p. tn, : arrivea at
9:V p.m. No. .1 Icar.a at 6:.V u.m. : arrivea
at a..'la.ie No fi (fruinhtl Ipavca llopefleld
daily (except Hundiy) at ti:UU a.m.! arrivea
at 7:10 p. iu.
MruiphU and Cbnrl.ln Traina
move aa followa: Through exiireaa Inav.a
daily at 10:21) p.m. .iail and enraa leavea
daily at thloa in. rtmierviHe acoinmoil
tion leavea daily, except Sunday, at 4 :'tO
p.m. Through eipreaa arrivea daily alHi'i
a.m. Mail and exiireaa ar-ivea daily at 4:of
p.m. homerville aorominoilHtioa arrival
daily, except Hunday, atni.KI a. in.
lulavfllf ami Aalivlllf Trains
rove aa followa: Faat trail arrivea dily at
ya.m.: leaves at 10:111 p.m. i mail leave.
dily at 9:110 a.m. Uroin.viHe accommo
dation) leaves daily, except Sunday, at 6:00
p.m.! mail arrivea daily at 6:01 p.m.
Brownaville aeooromodaiion arrivea dni'ya
aicept Bundav, at 8 40 a.xi. Utandard time).
Momplal., nirmlnartinm and A Man
ila Holl Bnringt Rouie-Traina move aa
followa: No. 1 leavea Mcini.hia daily at3:4A
P m.i arrive at ilolly riaringa at 8:30 p m. t
No. 2 leavea Holly Sprnga daily at :J0
a.m.. arrivea at Memphlt at II :Ifa.in.i No.
leavea Memphla daily at 7:30 p.m., arrivea
at Holly Hprinia at 11 :M p.m. i No. 6 leavea
lolly hnrinaa daily at 3 30 a.m., arrival at
llemphia l 8:.'V a.m.
TIIE WJUTIIER.
Wkhihotok, D.O., 1
1 a.m., April l.'l. IK'S.
Inlictitionai lor Alvnphm mul vlrin
iij, lair weathf r, ulalinnary tntnpeia
tnrp. lllno cip:nt,rpd itar.
pdli'fliua.
fbr TenneM't ani th Ohio Vattry:
fair, Mjlitl warmf wmther, follawd in
the tflrioVm portion by local rniim; urind
ffmrrally wutiierhj.'
eteorliKriil Hrporl.
MnurHia, 'ft km., April 12, 1HHI1.
Time
W'tlutr
7:00 .m
11:00 a.m
8:(X) ti.m
('Icitr.
I'air.
Fair.
7:00 p.m.
Muximum U'iiiii'Ritiin', 7H.0.
Minimum tomiKTUttiri.. 5tt.0.
Kit.lnfH.1l, O.(H). ;
All ubarviili(iim urn Uirpn on 75
Dimidiau titnu.wliicli yt one tour fiiHtor
tlian IoohI time.
la the 'ota Kmlna,
8i8NAL Bkiivk k, U. S. Ahhv,
April r.'.lSSU-Onty.
Divihion oi tolecmtug tid rtp ru (or
the bent-lit of rtvuitmrce and ajricul
tnrtj. Cotlon r fit ion hullniin lortht)
twenty-four Lonre eudinu Apr.) U'lh,
0 oVIiirk p.m.
Btaupnia ia-
TK1CT.'
liur. iTLt. Wind.
iio.cnJ r.7u s.K.
:!o.(W7i 7i.o s.w.
:oo;t.i; T.jD v.
JH.HSO 7j.0 K.
:i().(0i) (1.0 U.K.
S B B oB B E.
78 fxi on
73 M 15
77 Wi
75 Ml
7(t 6! (IB
78 62 ()
74 63 U3
no f-o
77 50
78 62
70 4(1 00
77 65 (10
78 61 1 0
72 39
77 -i9 (0
77 60 00
77 62 CO
77 49 00
73 61 00
U.r5 077 41
77 61 .025
Mrmpliia
JNai h vitlt
Grand Junction...
(Jiihiiih
Truvnnibia ,
Deodar
rk!oltl)oro
Ratfvville
Hernando
Grenada
Arlington
Frownavtllo
Milan
Parie
Covington
DTenibnvg
Bolivar
Ho'ly Spring..,
Omford
Burri
Mrana
'inappreciable?
Di'TRiOTA. 5
3 -
"Wilni rBV n . .. . f, 05
Chilt'ion T:l 5:! 04
Aoiimtt 70 51 to
8vi nna'i
Atlsntn 74 (5
Mor Itr'Hiifiy , ...... 7S ,r)tl ();(
Wo1 iif 8i r,; (,o
New Or!tv.imi ,9 f,i e
Gi'lvHaum 79 hi co
Vitkfihnijr Ml 57
Lilt If It.ii t: 79 52 0D
Memntin 77 51 (12
Puma ... bis I ;0U 15
M"""-. 77 1 5 .014
CITY NEWS.
The cars of tin- now roinpHny werv
packrd full all day Siimhiy.
The Catholic Knil.ttt of Atm riia
meet here rarly in l:ay,
In the Prolmtf Cmirt yfatrnlny
fre. Fannie V. McNi-ar was appnintfd
administratrix of the t'Ntatf of A. S.
McNi-ar.
Tha CitiwnR lUtilway Omipany
haa lwon delayed in trurk laying 'y
the failure oi eonlrartons to' deliver
oak timber for flooring.
A dariy named Ahe Moody huh
arrented on the I'i Siiiet vesti nln hv
CeptK. O'llHVer and l'ry.le for killini;
another darky on the l'hil Allen in
187:1
JitKlire r.iittctiher)? luld an in
quect yeclenlay on tlie hotly of a
drunkard named liobeit 1'Iik k, vt l.o
Vtas ftiund dead in hig bed at the Li
brary Iiuilditig.
'-licenses to niarry yetiterdayi
Kundall Hunter and Mary Ix-e Casper,
Morgan Wyatt and Fannie llarrvll,
Sam K. Prowant and Mary 0. Sirk,
Jamt Petera and Mattie Cray.
Mr. Napoleon Hill saya he is
merely a charter meniler ami not a
atoekholder in the new Citizens'
Water Company, and that he does not
intend to resign his place in the Water
Committee.
A meeting of leading capiUliHta
will he held this evening to dim-uss
the Memphis, Kansas and Wentern
railroad tjueHtion, and to take huc.1i
steps as may he neccHtuiry to bring the
road to Memphis.
By an error in Mr. Moynton's
statement in the AeiiAi. r-unday
morning regarding the Kaciui-l'ra-thor
affair, Cajit. O Haver whs report
ed as having appeared on tlie Hcene
shiirtly alter the shooting. He knew
nothing of the aOair until next duy.
O. M. liacini, charged with at
tempting to kill Mrs. I'rather, ap
peared in the Police Court yesterday
ready for trial, but there were no wit
nesses and the caso was continued.
He w ill doubtless be discharged, as
Mrs. I'rather is the only witness
against him except his wife, who can
not testify.
The calttfor new books at the Odd
Fellowv' Public Library is steady but
they are not supplied, and this year
the order did not make the usual ap
propriation for periodicals They
should not lie expected to bear the
whole expense, an 1 cannot do so.
There are about 2500 on the shelves,
and they ore fast wearing out, Some
thing ought to be done at once if it is
done at all.
Memphis is not the only city
anxious about a public water supply.
Mayor Hillyer recently said to a Con
dilution reporter: "Atlanta needs a
good system oi water-works more than
niivthing. Mv resolution diss not
contemplate the immediate work,
however. It instructs the Committee
on Water-works to advertise for plans
for a new system. I mean this:
Should an engineer or any number of
engineers see tit to make 11 survey of
the route and submit 11 plan, wu will
decide whether or not we will accept
the plan. Of course an engineer
whose plans are rejected will get
nothing for his work. If there is a
successful man he will get flWXI."
Sole Agents for Horace It. Kelly &
Co.'s Key West Cigars.
The trade supplied at New York
prices. A full assortment constantly
on hand at the following stands eon
trolled by us: Cnyoso Hotel stand,
Peabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. 1. samhijjow co.
PERSONAL.
Col.. J. lii KNS ami daughter, Miss
Siwie, of Tusciimbia, North Alabama,
are at the Peabody,
"Y Oi.n Folks" have suddenly
com- to be the newest fashion ultra
fashionable, we may say.
John W. CfHiti.N left last night for
the (Supreme Court at Jackson, Tenn ,
to be absent several days.
Miss Jknnik Woon of llrowsville
is visiting her friend, Miss Initio Mil
liard, No. 173 Alabama Street.
Tim Confederate Historical Asso
ciation will meet to-night at. No. 39
Madison street. A full attendance
tied i red.
C. It. FmitiA, who has been 011 a
visit to his father, Dr. W. M. Fuipia,
returned yesterday to his home in
Detroit, Mich.
Thk Dramatic Club of Adams street
will give the rendition of two come
dies at the residence of Mr. B. M.
Kates to-night, instead of to-morrow
night, as was at first announced.
Thk friends of Mrs. Siillie Houston
Carr. a former resident of Memphis,
will be glad to know that she will
visit us the present week. During
her stay she may give an address on
temperance. It is toped sho may
once more let us bear her voice in
some remembered songs that used to
thrill our senses.
Mehnim. W. P, Dunnavant, presi
dent of the Memphis, Drunswick and
Atlantic Hailroad Company, and Kd
ward Orgill ol Memphis, have deter
mined to lay o(T the village of Magno
lia at Magnolia station, Memphis,
ltrunswick and Atlantic railroad, and
near "tiills," Memphis and Charles
ton Hailroad. Sale at an early day
by F. W. Hoyster & Co.
LOOAL .NOTICES.
Skk ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and Ijiumlry on lHth page.
Kai.sominino telephone 009, A. Mc
Neil. Goldsmith's embroidery sale this
week.
MkmphibStainbd Glass Wokks 23
Third street. Call and see.
Sa-NP a pos'al to the Memphis Collar
and Cuff Laundry, 61 Main street, to
call fur y.jur laundry.
Have yon a damp, unhealthy cel
lar? Wsteon's Bitumen Concrete will
make it dry and whoUsome. Tele
phone ur8.
Tub excursion to Florida will leave
Memphis over the Vemphis and
Charleston road April 13th, lttli and
15th at 9:10 o'clock a.m. and 10:20
p.m. "
....... .....n a, Mti. . Dutrv
(hHsement), fr few days only; no
conditions; warranty "deed; sine.
30x!M; bona fide everyway; call and
learn particulars.
Thk soft mounlight and balmy
spring air promise to be just as favor
ai'le for seeing the girls home and
"sparking" in the modern Did Times
(next Thursday nilit) as 100 vears
ago.
Ins Herbal Chi.. Cure, the best
tonic ami aiili-iicn tr,o n. A certain
m.1 n:e cure i.,r c-.,. frico $1 par bot
tle. . 'Unm t, .-ircuiar. Ait ti.
trixen. ' t.i, .,, j,,v c. Itucker,
ufnrnNiri, V a.
Sknd to Memphis Floral Company
f r list and prn-e-eurre nt O' pUnts.
Have lareitft stock in town. Come out
a id see ,r yourself. South gate KI111
wood Cemetery.
"Wat-os's Bitumen Concrete," for
the imvini rf cellsr, warehouse and
ttahle li .,.:, driveways, walks, ate.
Hard, sn o h ainl durable, and proof
anaiitsi ilHiiiiine-s Hiid at epage. Tele
phone ii"8.
Thk sale of 1 U in the village of
Vapnoha is suggwtive of cool breezes,
wavimr foliage, verdant lawns ami
pleasant odors; all to Ik? reached by
lour regular trains each- way per day,
or twenty minutes. drive on a tine
gravel rimd.
Tiih,k hss been a regular-run on
epen-end thimbles in view of the ld
fashioned ipiilting paiiy expected.
Slender, taper lingers are to be rnlh
lea-dy sacntieed to woman's artistic
realism.
John Malsli, t'nitertuker,
Will move to 3 8 Second street, cor
rer of ail y bet wt en Madieou and
Mcjnroe, abont April 15th.
K. LOIVEIVaSTEIIf & BHOS.
Respectfully call the attention of
the Ladies that their
GBKAT KKDVC-riOH BALE
or
IrafcMd,MIka,Einbroi-
deiTtn and I)omeMtlca
Will be continued throughout this
week. Oar sortment was never
o complete. We do not ask you to
call on any special dav, but be sure
and pay us a visit daring the week.
We have no hesitancy in aaylng
that our offprints have no parallel
id the history of the dry goo Is trade
of Memphis, and it is not likely
that the opportunity to purchase
such desirable goods at such
EXTREME LOW PRICES
will be repeated this season.
H. LUWESTEIX A IlliOS.
Fine Watch repairing at Mul ford's.
Wi will deliver choice ash wood at
(4 per cord while we are hauling from
the barge.
C. B. BRIAN A CO.
Order Mealnat Mulford's.
ti to Meirtplala floral Company
for planlaj and plenty of litem.
Tug Turf Exchange opened at 33
Monroe street on Mobile laces last
night. Will sell pools, make books
and combinations on all racing events
in the United Slates.
T
Have Your Frent-li Clocks
Put in order at Mullord's, 204 Main.
Watson's Bitumen Concrete la abso
lute proof against dampness, seepage
and rate. Telephone 038.
Nolld Silverware at Mulford'u
Coal.
In order to introduce the Alabama
Splint Ct al in this market, it will be
delivered at 30o per barrel in city lim
its. It has no superior.
P. M. PATTERSON A CO.
Telephone 559.
Mulford, Jeweler, .Main, o
loclts orders from the country.
AIMHT10NAL UIVKKS.
WKATIIIR AND ItlVFKS.
OkKH'B SltlNAL SKUVtt K, U. S. A.,
M km imi m, April 12, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
nt all stations named at 75 meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Memphis time:
Ab've Low
Water. Change.
Rise Fall
Feet. lOtbs lOths lOths
49 4 4
24 0
53 1 10
8 4 2
8 9
8 3
10 0
"7" "tt 3
11 4
8 5 8
32 ' 3 2
33 (J 2
48 7 5
12 0 2
9 12
"21 1 l'"
4 0
15 6 1
38 9 4
STATIONS.
Cairo.....
Chattanooga I..
( incinnali
Davenport
Dubtitpte
Fort Smith
Keokuk
Helena
I .a Crosse
Iipnvnnworlh...
Little Itock
Umisville
M' 111 pit is
Nashvillo
New Orleans...
Omaha ....
Pittsburg
St. Iin is..
St. Paul
Shreveport
Vicksburg.
Nkw Ohlianb, April 12, Night
Departed : Charles Morgan, Cincinnati.
Wrbelinq, April 12. N ght River
21 feet tenches on the gauge and fal ing.
Weather clear and pleatant.
PirrsBUBO.April 12 NoonRiver 12
feet 9 on inches the gauge and station
ary. Weather cloudy and mild.
Cincinnati, April 12. Night River
f 2 feet 10 inches on the gauge and full
ing. Weather clear and warm.
PiTTSBUKu. April 12. Night River
12 feet 3 incliej on the gnuge and fall
ing. Weather mild pud raining.
Evansvii.1.1, April 12. Night River
rising, with 43 feet 2 inches on the
gauge. Wea'hor clear and pUaiant.
HnsmeHS quiet.
Cairo, April 12. Night Uiver 49
foot 4 inches on the gauge and rising.
W'eaihercloudy and n.ild. No arrivals.
Departed: City of Hi. Lou s, New Or
leans, 7 p.m.
IxwisviiXB, Arr'l 12 Night River
ptnt onary, with 32 fea t 4 inches in the
canal and 30 leet 2 indies on the falls.
Woather warm ai d ahowi ry. Arrived:
James W. Gaff, Memphis.
EvANbVii.t.a. April 12. Noon Rivtr
tiaing, with 43 1-10 f -et on the gauge.
Weather clear and p'eai ant. Arrived:
Golden Rule, New Orleans, 8 a.m. I. -parted:
Gid. leu Rale, Cinuinntti, S;3J
a.m.
Liuwilik, April 12 Noon River
fa ting, wi'h 32 feet 3J inches iu the
canal and 30 feet 1 ) inches on the falls.
Businees dull. W'ta'her mild and
r earieg, wi h In avv ia na this nimn
ink:. Departed: Jatues V. Gaf, Cin
cinuatf. St. Louis, Apiil 12. Night River
stationary, and ii"W stands 21 feet on
the gauge. Weather cbar and warm.
Arrived: Jack Frost and barges, Mem
phis; Port Kiilt and barges, My Choice
and bargee, R. S Hityes and targes,
New Orleans; City of Providence,
Viclshurg. No departures ol regular
packets.
Cairo, April 12 Noon River 49
feet 3 inches on the gsnge and rising.
Wiather r'ondy and mild. Arrived:
Atkama City, St Iinie, 10 p.m.; An
nie P. 'Silver, New lllean, midnitiht;
Oranite State, CincirnRti, 3am.; City
of Cairo, Vickahurg,4 a.m.; City of St..
Louis, St. Louis. 9 a.m. Departed:
Annie P Silvr, St. Louie, 1 am.; Ar
kanaas City, Vit kehurir, 3 a.m.; Gran
t Bate, Memphis, 7 am.; city of
Ctiro, SU Louis, 8 a.m.
HOTEL ARUIVALS.
P embody Hotel.
C. B. OALLOVVAr A CO Panrairroa.
Katea Vi f and M per day, ac-' r ioa to
aiie and lueation of room fipaeial
ratea made.
C A Woodruff, Tenn J W Viaeent, Ind
W B Denaoraet, tJnnn F W Harbin. Tana
J P Kdiuod'n,TennW 8 Hoy -. Ky
K8C .tele, Ky J M Maaon, Miat
JMill.r. Tenn J K II e 1 A w. Ky
J W Allen, Tenn M F llouae, Tenn
H S Kinateln, Va 11 P Beieineer. P
K r- Conklin. Ob o J Abc.w, Miaa
Mra J li'iacoe, Miat B B Ch am, Miat
JUL ahtf ot, Tenn M Pace, ie.
W U Lockrtt. Tenn T C Caae, N Y
W J Wallace. NY T J Br. fan. Tenn
F Y Millette Aar.Ark L Hen k, Tenn
E F Adair, Ka II M r hock ley, Mo
J L Jordan, Ala M Wilhama, Miat
J A Pcarce, Miat W U Paine, Ala
J U Blood, Mo FA K.l-y, N Y
8 II li II. Tenn 0 J Craw'ord. Ga
R K Ilullintton.Tenn T W riharman, Ky
Wm Jxckion, t C Jro Blaina, Wit
0 K Ilil'inaaly. Miat J K rcntra, Ky
W W Taylor. Tenn
E H Daly. Tenn
J F O.lmrue, Tenn
I.J Kllia. Ark
J W Wo.,lir,dne. K
,y
CCI'rin. wAlo.Ark
Miaa 8 K Jouea, Ark
L u it iii-n, atk
J K Wood, Ark
j H tirove, at a
Mr. A Scott Ad. Tenn F II tea. Ark
Mra P KoxeraAa.Teanll W Mockley, Tenn
Miaa B Allen, Ark T lliirtinan. Ark
Miaa Hamuela, Ark A II Plant, Tenn
J MoCullnuth, NY J Bowinn, Tenn
Mr. A I. Hunter. Miaa K J lliliman. Ark
K Brotberaton, ti Y M M Ilodenbeimer.Mo
ra. Ky
J V veiien, l.a
W W Z.nu. N Y
J J Leon, N
J Frenkel, N Y
C A Woodruff, Tenn
J M Porter, Mo
C K Mormar, Tenn
A V 8uiitb, Ark
L Human, Mo
K II Lewia.lex
11 W llailey, Canada
T WKtoul-rd.8 0
U 11 II,, .oil Mn
P Lorn, Tenn
WM M .rab-ll Aw, Milt
F Tomlin, hy
K I 1 nrrinaton, Tenn
CN Ko:ktellnw, Ark
W V Moure, Al
Miaa t Mooro. Ala
W L Sharp, Mo
J K Baird. Mitt
L While, Mo
Mra tt Ponnrll, Miat H Miinafield, Tenn
H II Phlllii.a. Tenn V, Muaon. lenn
J S Duneroinh, Tenn T Krticuian, Tenn
J I, Witt'a, ' enn
J A I) nic, Tenn
W S Fly. Tenn
J Orariil. Tonn
K li lteiir.1. Tenn
T It Maxwell, Miai
II V Lenox. Ark
J 11 Voatnn. Tenn
A 0 l.anftiiff, Tenn
K (ttill, Tenn
M Durhran, Tenn
M W llanaon, Miaa
J T Fdwarda, Miat
A M ,!uckain. Ala
Wiu Chat, Mo.
J M Jonua. Ala
Tlie Kew IJnya-eo.
FAHKIXtilOV, STEWAK'f A WHITE,
PaiieitiKTiias.
Batoa, $2 50 to $4 per d y, accord nc to loca
tion 01 rooma.
W K Mnrah, Mwi A Popk!ti, Knt
H Kirkiiiim, la C M Day, Mo
I) L lle.nh.Tox 1 M ll irditiir. M at
II 1 ' i-urka. NY Mi: Harris, n. Col
j K Williaui-on, Ark N B Newmnn. Ark
W UDalejr, lenn KCJude, Ky
0 L Howe ton, lenn W A Applraate, Ind
W V Crime. Kv L A I li uuh. N J
Jntnaa J timer, NY J A Fitten, Ua
.1 I hoiii.nli, tin, I. ,1 mil. 1"
K F w i.liau.a, IU J 1' M Laea, Tenn
It U Vellcnoa. Va t Beno, N Y
J K Kirklaod, NY W Kubbina, Mo
K .loiiv. Tenn H i MtuiKer. Maat
J M Pieatiiic, Mica J Aiotin, Tenn
H C Toi,Aw, Tenn Miaa I not", T'nn
Mi'i Toot, Tenn N Hill Aw, Tenn
C L.'ke, T nn John R ioner, Tenn
Vt UM-Krland,Tenn Mr- J U Su lett, Mo
Mra J I) Kim-, Mo 8 W Smith. Diiio
B Kowland. N Y JMJohnaon.Ga
J K H ker, lenn S M Juckaon, Tenn
tl T lUma, Mo J T llu, Tenn
J II Freeumn, Tenn S 0 Curtiaa, Wit
w Ltjiauahter. va w Y blun, va
t Ilaiuberiier, Ohio M Frank, Ohio
W Wood, hy J .Moter, Oh'O
K Ilelev. Mo K A Webber. Tenn
J H Pu len, Tenn B I' Hobtood. Tenn
1 M to"ke, Jt 1 ww A'mairona, rai'n
A L Lav a. Ohio . W : Kufield, England
W A Vtoiria, Ark M When er A w, Ala
. , t ' l. 1 it. u:-. 1 uru..).. . 1 .
vi l.n i i uduici, ni. mi" . n.ci.i,
tllll itwanla. Mn M J Norton A w. Mo
J llcndt raon, N C Jielxe McCorry, Tenn
T VYbi'e, Miat A N.winan, Ohio
Mi-a M tvelob, Miat Thoa liickeon, Ala
K II tllaarcock. Tea LKIIenth Tenn
K I' C"'UT, Tenn Ik. l.ow.nhaupt.Tenn
J II 0'Nenl, Tonn P K Iliivia A w, Tenn
Miaa L Whil'en.TennK Lind cv km, Tenn
Miaa t'uab, Ten 11 Mi." H Elliiar, Tenn
W K Love. Tenn B I'eroa, Tet n
Mia M Harp, Mo CM I-Mile. Mo
W K ,vl rah. Maat K II Wheeler, Ky
John Dili, Mina J .ISchwnr't, Vlial
T linker, .Miaa C S Ti Innin, Mist
J SVaufrb'in, Miaa J It Smith, Ind
KMIaer, Ky W P v ..tkina, Miat
J II Mer ott. Ark I! L Jobnaun, Tonn
N L B imli, Ti'tiu T McAllicter, Tenn
J I Mutiaon, Tenn I 0 Jie-kaun, Ala
CO llui lip, Ala T Kinphenaon, Mitt
S V SH-wiirt, .Maat F H W inter, A'k
B tl 1)1 nto . Ark L M JiHikina Aw, N Y
Mia A Jctikin-, N Y N L II .lilwin, i nn
S F Thompson, Tonn T U Wd, Tenn
S J ilinnm, Tonn Frank Lane, Miaa
C Hall, Ark Mine MrCorrr, Tenn
Miaa vii.rloi, Tenn SU Hiuiip 00, Tenn
WJ Owen, 0 0 0 L Cal.wu. Ill
G M Verriam, III J Huper. li
U I Payne, Ky SF Morton, Ky
tiliNldii' Hotel.
W. n. BINOllAM Manaohb.
European plan. Enlarged and refurniahed.
Piinoa aocoriiina: to aiie and loca
tion ol' toouit.
R W McFerran, Ohio 8 Ermon Aw, Ark
J L Hulton, Miaa T I) C lina. Tenn
Mra I B Hale, Ark Miaa Hale, Ark
A Kucy, Tenn TJ tlrnliain. Tenn
A Lowonato n, Tenn T J Dullin, Tenn
D VY unthurK r, Ohio JNeUnAw.Mo
J Weiner, Miaa Mra It McFerran, Ohio
JWKik.Tenn 0 K Cull 11a. Miaa
n Friend Ac, M'a J II Unas, Miaa
W n ll-ndirnon. Visa I II Smith, Toon
M Morriwfihar.Ten:: F II Kt tnnill, La
C 11. drick, Tenn 0 S Mire, lenn
J I'enneJl A . Tonn W P Wnrfielil, Viat
8 N Hauinr. iiii J K Monro, Ark
J A Baker, IV nn 1) M K. aera, Miat
II Wetter, Mi v.
Dnlty'a t.iiriMnn Hotel,
Corner of Adnmt ami Main atroeta. Itooma,
6"c, 7:'o no 1 ?l i"T duy: American Plan,
12 per day.
Fir-t-cliiPa Kcstniirant in the Hotel.
J. M. lMll'KY (111 yeir- with Peiibodx Hotel)
Pnuirietor.
S II Carver Aw, Neb U Kitr. Ark
LJ Vce III A A Sharp, Miaa
A V Sh-lby. Miaa C 8 ounan, Ohio
J Filaiiiiinoiia, Ark P M Morria, Tenn
W r-pen.- r. Tenn A Mc xbbv, Tenn
AV A Ileum r, Miaa .1 T Maciulny, In
C He nek, Am K W lliirhin. Ark
A Wil-o', lenn SgfriHp. Mo
W A Cubb, lla A J 11 in Jiaon AwMiat
L P Willian a, Tenn K I. lluke, T' nn
W It Duke, Tenn T Cochran, Ark
Brhiidora. Aik LW Williama, Ark
8 P Henry lenn t, P William', jr, Tenn
,J 1) J.incH, Trim N D Urt en, Tenn
A A Martin, lenn 1. P Williama, Tenn
J 11 Ward. Ark II J Landing Aw, Va
M H la.k.Tenn W B Harry, Ark
W H Dowi.a, M'aa 0 II While, Tenn
II N arreo, Mitt M M Motlee, Mo
OFOtidl ,Vo CCHcdrick, Mo
W Mahn Aw, Ark 1 A Merre.l.Tenn
L B T .lar, Ark O W Ireland, Tenn
M I) Patter. on, Tenn H L Uooin, Ark
M Murdock, Tenn 11 Wither., Mo
MLJa"oba, Ky Mra K Miller, ta
M bparka, Mo W 11 Sptara, Ind.
t'larendua Hotel.
Koa. tO and 6t Madiion atreet.
HOWLKS A LhAKK Pn raixTORg.
Rt,i y2 1 or oiiy, day board 20 per
uotith.
JC Grant. Ill U W Prouitllt, oity
W .Luce h. Tonn K llnidpna oin, Tenn
0 E Me'iiil, Te. n E D I rad.luck, Tonn
tJ II tt h.te. Tern e B Cnlnna, city
Miaa t- Howell, Miaa Cant raa lord, river
8 0 Mn-tin, Ala S Htebee, Tenn
PrPlIThoona.TcnnJ F Neil. Ky
PllCrawlnd. river Jamca ll Martin, Ala
Iluc'i Sinnh, ci-y S A I homp'on. lona
K l'H..I'0-fOM Al.Mia.'J V Ely Aw, Mist
K Who, Icr. Ill " m Aki. , M aa
H ihm t, r tv HJ-chlo a, Ky
I) I, Han. 1 ton, Ohio K Hu.a'.Toi n
P II Dunlan, lenu M N I'alm. r, Ky
J t Vo riacy, III T P Harrinnton, Mo
tl M Mount, Tenn M Tt ar.on, Tenn
J J Ounnu alia-.. Ill 1, K Vunnea arber.Ark
U P Dautell. Ill M Hit ntt, Miaa
W P grerne, Tenn
J. OA.nD
To all bo are anOerinii from the errort and
tndiacretiona of youth, nervoua weakneat,
early de'ny, loaa of manhood, etc, I will
tend a recipe that will car yon, FREE OF
CHARGE. Thia (rent remedy wax die cover
ed by a miaaionary in South America. Send
elf-a.lJrea.el envelope to tha Re,JjltfB
T. Ia', r,. aj-m. r..
OKI GoltlMudNllvor
Taken as t a-h, Mnlfurd's HH Main.
le to RnilMlae A Latoanaralno for
year flnnihiutt anal . 11 line.
. .
lyeliiK hikI Ch'HiiliiK.
Ladies' ami genta' c'tMhea t leaned
or tlye) in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
K. igel, W .Ipflersi.u street, Vem
phis, Tenn. lino, In nwaia-nd bv extiret.a.
Kiccl once aul 4'axb
Are the et relg of Mulford's fucetve.
Memphla t lorial t'o. ItHa Ibe Inrlteat
aiaarli il plnuia In town.
Uel Rnilratire A Uxonwtnlonleoe
year fiiamriiHtr
Monograui ItunglcMt Mul for L
t&"Th firm ol GOO DBA R & CO.
and Shoe Business, in connection
r.lll.t l rvUxlaa Vi nnrlr
"" '"Y'"
in the past and hope for a continuance
A. B. SOODIAI,
Late of Goodbar A Co., Memphla.
GOOBBARa LOVE & CO
eTicl
367 & 3G9 Main
BOSTON
We are now receiving a large and En'lrely Kew S(ck of tEaatern and Custom-Made Booto and Shoeefor
Spring Trade of 1886, which we offer at Itock llotiom Prices, on aa liberal terms aa can
be made by any competing market.
We have EXCLUSIVE control in thia market of the fol
lowing lines rf CUSTOM-MADE Goods, all ol whish we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction:
George blocker's celebrated Men's Calf Boots.
Brady A Sbortell's Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoes.
T. M. Harris 4 Co.'s Philadelphia made Children's Shbes.
Also, L. W. Nute s Co.'s Kip Brogans and Plow Shoes
tbe best Brogans made in the United States heretofore
handled by Qcodbar A Co.
We are the only house in thia Market handling the cele
brated Krippendorf, Dittmann A Co. line of Lidies' and
MiiW Kid, Goat and Calf CUSIOM Gooda EXCLU
SIVELY, nnderthe Fartnrv BranHs.
s
S.
By Order o the Court
of Common Sense
No. 1.
OFFICIAL,
To All Good Citizens of Mem
phis Greeting :
You are herewith, notified that I,
Publio 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 Seoond
street, have received an elegant stock
of New Spring Clothing, which is
being offered at remarkably low
prices.
As it is for the interest of all good
citizens to get the most possible for
thoir money, I, Public Opinion, do,
in my official capacity, invite every
ono needing new Clothing to imme
diatcly visit the Misfit Clothing Par
lors, No. 262 Second street, opposite
Court Square.
Sworn testimony before this Court
having commenced, wo state that the
Misfit Clothing Parlors, 262 Seoond
street, arc selling fiuo Tailor-Made
Garments at onc-liulf their real value,
I grant that placo tho sole right and
title of being known as the People's
Popular Bargain Resort.
MISFIT
262 Second St., Memphis,
i
Opp. Court Square. i
PUBLIC OPINIO!,
Judge ot Common Sense Court
No. 1, Memphis, Tenn. j
Open Kvrnlnaa nxitU 9
!..: aiVlocU.' Nnniralaya till II.
i Krnirnibrr, nil alieraltont In
In.ur. a tierieet III Hone Ire- if
t-harit tiy a flrai-elua Inllor lunar
erarlurM. i
J. a SCHMIDT & SON,1
1. -r . !
impnrtert ana aeaiert in wnaa.
nil lam lnd riNhlaipr Taekle, Bnllaleera'
unnian r, i.irririo nnn. anu
n n , . . ii . . . . i v)-i tin
M ,... t n,r 111,,1. ,nu I.PI.IOII..MI- -
Mala Mml, Mrmphla, ream. Kleotrio
tuppliat alwayt oa hand.laRepairtnA neatly
dnne.
Frank Schumann,
WM
CliiPn
Importer and Devler tn
diina, Ftahlntr Tarkl. and f. ports-
aiira'eau.,iie tr tpeoisl attention
I'liuvvk WAMIFAtlUilKti and KH
FAlKINt. -m
413 Main Mllfenipbli, Tenn
baa been dissolved, and we have reorganized oor interest in tbe Wholesale Boo
with Mr. W. E. Love, late ol Warren, Love & Co., St Louie Mo and Mr J C.
tha artvU of anrl firm n. : Ll to. .1 1- A-TT"!" 0,. . Jnr'"'
1 A , , -u.niiraiiivw,
of their favors.
a
J. H. eOODBAK,
Lata of Goodbar A ( 0., Mampb.it.
. . w- l-OT.
LaUol Warren, Lov
wiioijebaijH
rui
and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn,
OFFICE No. 24 HIGH STREET.
ORGILL BROTHERS & CO.
1
DIES HARDWARE !
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR BUTTS.
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR LOCKS.
PLAIN AND BRONZED SASH FASTENERS,
BOLTS, KNOBS, ETC.
A MONT COMPLETE STOCK OF
BUILDERS' HARDWARE
Of Every Deaorlptlon.
TO COKJTBiiCTOllS !
We are Joat la Receipt of a Large Nblpmeat r
R. R. Plows, Columbus Steel Drag Scrapers,
WIIEtLB AKK0 W S, SHOVELS, TICKS, MATTOCKS,
And a Complete Line of CAM1 OUTFITS.
DES JARDINS, MILLER & ROOTES,
WHOLESALE HARDWARE,
No. 394 WAiy STREET MKWPHIM, TIOXXESSKK.
Jamea M, Uoodbar I Win. L,. 'ark Eaarene J. CarrlnKton frank U.Jeuea
3BattgVllla.eca. 1QOO.
WHOLESALE
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis,, Tenu.
WE offer to MEKCHASTH OWLY thlar(reat and beat ttock of Boott and Bhoei we
havo ever broonht to thia market, and which cannot be turpaaaed in quality ana
tylea by any houae in thia or any nther oity. In addition to a complete line of Eattern
made gooda, including the I'tLl BK.l a u UUUIIHaK A Ct. BMOW4NN, we handle
a large and select stock of Cuatom-made Gooda for Men, Women, Miaaea and Children. We
carry a number of the beat makea in the country, in ever variety ind st le, aad among
them i the well known Men's Calf boott and rjhnes manufactured by 0io, Hooker for our
Hpring Trade. We alao carry a choice line of Ladies' and Mines' Cnatotn Kid, Qoat and
Calf floods, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittoian A Co. We invite the trade t.i examine
our ttock before buying elsewhere, and we guarantee everything. we sell tn give saiiafaotioD.
U"l.ltH or I'O.
TO T1IETRADE.
Notwithstanding one of onr corn.
fietitors pnblislicH a letter from (Jto.
locker Muting "lie has not sold n
any calf boots for nprliiar trade,"
THE FACT IS, we hare those goods
now hi afore, which we offer to the
trade nt as low prices as they can bo
found elsewhere. We guarantee
them to bethe'iKNUINEMeo. Hotker
boots, and adapted to the present sea
son's trade. Urspcf tfnlly jours.
OOOnitAK .V CO.
Memphis, flareh 18. 1X8(1.
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
SHEA & McCARTIIT, Fropr's,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphi8l
rvN Of THI LARORST BOILER SaOVti
i u tuv HVB.U, inu id. ouij uumiuefce
Boiler aid Seet-Iroc Wurks in the oity.
MannrtMitarera of heavy nlate Iron,
wora of eyery lieacrlptlon. Special
. H.M. i,.l..l,.n(i w ... V
NAPOLEON HILL, President.
ll. J. ly.v, t'astiier.
MeniDlus City Fire & Gen'llDs.Co.
:OEN A UENEB4I, FIRE AND if A KIKE BI SI NESS
A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
DIHEOTOnSl
U. FURSTENHFfM,
WM. I. COLK,
S. MANSFIELD, D. K.
f!i?e 19 I?faillMrtn Nlre?l, afeiMulii. Tenn
S. 0. 11ERNDON.
HEGNDON
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
A ntl Mainifatturors' Ajrentm
83 Front St., Rooms 8 and ft. lTn-Stnlrs. Memphis, Tenn. Tr-lephone 754.
J. A. BAILEY.
J. L BAILEY & GO,.
IP ILa HJ Efir
3.3G Second Street, Hempliis.
A
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF PLUMBKRS. OAS AND STSM FITTERS
MaturiHla. I'umpa, Drive Well.. lion. Lead and -tone Pipe.Uaa Kixturea, Olobea, Etc'
FRANK F. W0CDS.
WOODS &
CARRIAGES, Bt.5f.IES, WAGONS.
Harness, Saddles, Agricultural Implomouts and irachinery.
GHOKGI.l (OtIHIXEI COTfO.X AX1 COUX PLIA'TEH..
jiTi SJSecoud Street,
if uiau our inenaa lor tneir patronage
g GOODBAT
t h. GonnRAif
J.
. . C. CALLirOTT.
Co., SU Lou it. Late of Cold water.
IS
We also control the following SDacialtiea under ool,"
own brands, vi :
Goodbar, Love A Co.'a Men's Grained Calf CUSTOM-MADE
Bals, Button and Congress.
Goolbar, 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 f3 OOfShoes.
Oar Ladies' $3 00 Shoes are made from the best se
lected Curaooa Kid and Tampico Goat Stock, and have
Solid Sole Leather Counters and Flexible Inner Soles
and we warrant them to fit and give porfect satisfaction
in everv repnect.
Sweet Tickles, Etc.
Slnlted Frnlt Plrkled OraOKes,
Slnfled Krnlt 1' It'll led Caeniubera,
SlnrTed 'ralt Pichlrd Peppers,
MnrTetl fruit Piehled Mangoes,
Mixed Nweet Picblaa,
Crnaa Hlneh well'. Claow-Cbow aad
Mlxvil Plrklea,
Plain Cncnmber Pick let by (he (ftM.
Other brand, or Plain and Hlzod
Pickle. In tjlla. ami Olive.
J. E. BUCIIHAM Sc. CO.
Corner Second and lleale Sis.
R. KUPFERSCIIMIDT,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
blnus, Ammunition, Flsbing Tackle
and Base-Hall (iooils.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
fit Main Street, f rnuphla. Tenia;
Manufactoring and Repairing of flunt a
Mrtnnt.'tv
TV. N. WILKEKSON, Vlpe-Pre!tlen
JA.MES REILLV.
JOIty L0AGUK
MYbKS, W. I). L'KTUKLL.
JOHN CALU00N.
& CALHOON,
a. E. WITT.
13 IES 2ES
W. C. SW00PE.
SWOOPE,
Memphis Tenn.

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