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tWith all linei entering Meniihli.
With tl.tN.W K. R. for lielena.
For OrMDTill and Uuntlngton, and all
Arkanaaa point.
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1-Wlth N.. J. k 0. R. E. for HatobM aad
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- fi Witk railroad! dir.rging for Florida and
Oeart point.
Pallnaa Buffet Bleeping Carton all tralni.
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M. Bl'RKB, General Sup'U
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ler. Trame iuoti aa follnwi: No. I (laat
line danillearei at 11:90 a.m. No. 1 learee
at 11:40 pm. d.ilr. bt. Loali fait Una
Level dellr at 4:30 p.m. No. 7 (fait lina
dallr) arriraa at 1:90 p.m. Mail and ei-
Ciaa arrival daily at 8:1 a.m. St. Loail
t lina arriraa flail at 9 :05 a.m.
Mlealaalainl aad Traarmaa. Fait
Mail train iaavaa riallv at 4 :HU D.m. i arrival
at 9:4& a.m. Local fraight leave, at 8:40
a.m.; arrival at 4:W p.m. Freight tralm
hoi. R and ( run tri eaealy. No. 6 laavaf
aieinpb.ii Monday, W.dneadar and Fridar.
I liaaa I'llj, "prlaanold and lem.
Kbla Tralm leava M. and T. depot fnl
wi: No. 4, mail and .ipreaa, leave! daily
at H:lki a.m.) No. 3, mail ind eipreai, ar-
Iivea at 3:30 p.m. No. otf, 81. Loaia eiiireia,
aavai daily at 6:ip.m.i No. bo, St. Louil
eur.'i, arrive! at H:Va.ro.
Hrntphla and I.HII Hrw. -Train,
mora ai fnllnwi (central itand rd time):
Mo. 1 leave, daily at 5:2ft p.m, i arrival at
f:Mn.m. u. 3 leave! at r:M a.m. : arrival
at:Ma a. No ft freight) leave! Ilopefleld
dallv (eiorpt bundar) at 6:110 a.m.; arrival
at 7 :10 p.m.
Hrmplile and 4 hnrleeloii Train!
mora aa fo'lnwa: Thmunh axpren l.avti
dally at 10:81 p.m. IWail and eiiireai laurel
daily at 9:10a m. NmierviMa ar-oouiruncl-eion
lnvai daily, eirept hunilar, at 4 :'0
a.m. Through axpreai arrive! dily at i.'iS
a.m. Mall and eiprai ar'ivea daily at 4 :V
S.m. Bomervilla aocnmmniintiua arrivaa
aily, unapt Sunday, at 8 :30 a.m.
loalav'll and lativ!ll Train!
rovaai lol'owa: Fat mail arrival daily at
3ft a.m.: leave! at 10:1(1 p.m. t mall leava.
dnily at 9:tt a.m. Urownvilla aocotno
datiom leavai daily, unapt Sunday, at 5:00
&.m. mull arrival daily at n:0) p.m.
rownavilla roeninmmlaMon arrival daily!
azeapt Bandar, at k 40 a.m. titandard time).
nampkla, mrmlaiham and Allan.
l Hollv Bpringi Huta-Traim move aa
fcllowit No. 1 laavai Memphii daily at 8:45
a m. i arrival it Uolly hpringi at.-30p m
BO. I leaaaa iltuiy -M'rinm flaiiy at 9:00
a.m., arrival at M empbii at II :16 a.m. 1 No.
Jeavea MeiriT.hli daily at 7:80 p.m., arrival
1 1 a1 7 Hprlngiat 11:69 p.m.) No. 6 laavai
HnayHnringa dully at 3:30 a.m., arrival at
Mamphi! it -W m.m.
ITIE WEATIIEIt.
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ity : Local rin, slightly cooli-r woathor.
Bine etar, red croKCfnt.
iBdlrnllona.
Par the Ohio ValUy and Tennmre:
Locatmiw; nearly italionaty ttmperalurt;
vmdt generally uliiflmg to twlhrrly.
elrliilcnl Nrport.
Murmii T., April 16, IMo.
Timtj. liar, i Thtir. Wind.
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meridian tiimi.whieh isonohour fnBtor
than loot! time.
la Iba liiioa Kalon.
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, April 18, 1886-6 p.m.
Division t f telnrarns and r p uti for
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CITY NEWS.
The florist U in his glory.
The MuHoum still blooms.
The EaHter bonnet is ripe.
-Vinstrvls sixain at matinee to day.
Motions in the Criminal Court to
day. No more scandals rose to the sur
face yesterday.
Several weddings will occur just
iter the clou- of Lent.
Willie Lynch, for larvenv. will
nerve ninety days irt; the County Work
house. Atlllrtra va
velands at the
new. bawlmll imr
to-morrow even
promised, arry were issued
Ing. A good (!aun
LicenKd to
yestrn'sy to (.;.
Ouyton hikI Klla
Jones, Alei uro
id Georgia il-
liams
Clinrlcs JiifVini
for an attetnnt
ky named Vary
1
il
' 7-nonl, wMsonfencpil ton yeam in
i ijje penitentiary yesU-r.Uy.
A motion to discuss the beer-keg
as a source of supply, all other
sources having failed, adjoorned the
Water Committee yesterday.
Bill Hall, Tom Leake, Lewis Mc
Curry and Henry Sims, for tearing
down the farm fences of Henry Davis,
were found guilty in the Criminal
Court yesterduy.
And now the Water Committee
has cleared everything else out tl ita
way except Wolf river. The river
tiromrftes to cut through iuto Horn
Lake in a short time.
Cant. James Lee becomes Presi
dent of the Kire and l'olire Commis
sioners in the abxence of President
Hadden. He will preside at the
Police (Vmrt, and hold down the
Council, the water and gas commit
tees. Those who are looking up stray
stock are hIow about appearing at the
pound now. A man wno finds a cow
there, under the present law. must
Jiny fi 60 fees for keeping and feed
ing, and runs the risk of being fined,
as liia name is at once entered on the
docket opposite a charge of allowitg
stock to run at large.
The Bradstreet Agency reKrts
I4l failures in the I'nited Plates dur
ing the week entling April 9th, lKHrl.
aga nst 200 in the preceding week, and
174, ll)5, 153 and 119 in the corre
sponding weeks of 18-5. 1884, I883and
1882 respectively. Middle States 32,
New. Knglund States 19, Southern
States 32, Western States 39, Pacific
St tes and Territories 19, Canada 20.
Total in the I'nited Stutesand Canada,
167.
Another enjoyable evening in old
times wax spent in the ISethel Building
lust night, and though the crowd was
somewha thinner ti an the night be
fore, the spirit of the fun had not di
minished to any appreciable degree in
the corn-nliucking-rooni, and wh- n
ths Aithai reporU'r looked in the
young httlit'S and gentlemen in that
apartment were having a "high old
time." The affair has Tieen a success
in every way, financially and artistic
ally, and the Women's Christian Asso
ciation des- rve well of the community
for introducing so admiral) e an en
tertainment in so worthy a cause.
j All the local wheelmen are rub
bing up their mauhincH, and road and
track races art! being considered. Mr.
L. D. Munger, the twenty-five mile
and twenty four hour roiul champion,
who has been in the city all the week,
leaves for St. Louis to-morrow to lake
part in the great lifty-milo road race
there on the 2th instant. Among
thoso who have entered the race to
date are the following: '(Joorgo K.
Weber, the 100 mile champion; L. IX
Munger, the 24-hour champion j C. E.
King, champion of New York; Van
Horn, champion of Colorado, and P.
U. Whittaker, 50-mile track champion
of America. At least thirty men are
expected to start, and, with fme
weather, the record is almost sure to
go. ' So as to make the hitter all the
more certain the Missouri club yester
day announce 1 their intention of giv
ing a splendid cup about two Feet
high to the winner of the race if he
breaks the record. The race promises
to bo the biggest of the kind ever held
anywhere;
Sole Agents fur lloraeo It. Kelly &
'o.'s Key Vext Igors.
The trade supplied at New York
prices. A full assortment constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by us: fiayoso Hotel stand,
IVohody; Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. ' Fresh shipments received
weekly. ' 1. bamkiwin a co.
PEHSONAL.
8 Pattkrso! succeeds A. P. Miriam
as manager of K. U. Dun A Cp.'a Mer
cantile Agency in this city.
Muw Fi.ov Mui.KB of New York,
and formerly of this city, is visiting
relatives st No. 12 Linden street.
Jamks Siikkhan, a clever and popu
lar attache of the Ixmisvillcand Nash
ville ruilroad, left the city Tuesday for
ft. Louis, on a visit to his sister, Mrs.
Otto Thumol.lof No. 1238 South Third
street,
TKAySFEBS.
Robt It. Ia to Mrs. Hnsum Lepire.
lot 17. country lot 534, Kerr and
r-econd streets, for H85.
S M. Mcliehen nn.l I) H WI,ilo n
Mrs. H. K. Cochran, lot 3, south side
Popl-r stn-et, 60x150 feet, for $1000.
W A. Dorsey and wife to W. J.
Chase, lot 58, Armour subdivision,
north side Madison street, 96 5-cixlOO
feet, for 3 t).
EzooHenre and f 'aah
Are (he secret of Mnlford'i fncceim.
Notice to Travelers and Shippers.
MmrHis, Tins., April 16, 1SU.
Until further notice trains between
Memphis and Madison will be discon
tinued. Steamers w II leave dai'y from
foot of Poplar street, at 6 o'clock p.m.,
conne. ting at Madison with tra ns for
Little Kock and all points West.
Freight for Madison and oiiita beyond
mils be delivered at wharfboat. at
foot of Poplar street, befoie 2 o'clock
p m. Steamer Coahoma will leave
this evening, and s earner E. W. Cole
to-morrow evening, hudolph fink,
Uanoral Manager.
LENOX KMX IK.
A Prnnalmriii Mlnlalor Writes.
Dr. Moilev-Pear Sirt After an yeri af
great inflering Irnm indlgeitinn or dyao'-p-11a.
l h grrat nervui pro-tratlun and bit
lokineaa, diaorderad kidnrya and on-tipa-tton.
I lave een eurcl by lonr bn't'ea ot
your Lemon Klixlr.a- d am no a veil man.
iru VKV.C. C. DAVIS.
Elder M. R. Chnrch, boo.h. No. i Tatn.ll
treat, Atlanta, Ua.
I.rmontlnl larnpa
fwi all Coogha. Colda, Hrar-enaii. 8o-
Throat, Ilriinrhllii, l'nemnonia and all
Throat and Lung Di eaaea, aioept Conaarap
tion, which ,'i.e e t palliataa and greatly
relteea. Pr ee oent .
Lemon K iiir and Lemon Hot Prop ao'd
bjm I leading drug. iaia. Piapared by U.
Motley. .M.D.. Atlanta. Ua.
Johs Walsh, Undertake r,
308 Second, near corner Monroe.
Order !rf'alHHt Irfullord'm
ie krni ah riwrnl tamnaav
for tluti ajaaaj plrnty ibrn.
Nolld Ml vrrMHr at M olford'a i
ywnr Pinmblna
A rnoica dinner will be served at
the Woman's Exchange to-dy. Fricss
ee chicken, roast b ef and all the
delicacies of the season.
Have Yonr Fmii h Clock
Pnt in order at Mnltord's, 294 Main.
Uo 10 Hnilrdi aimnanlea law
joi.r rlnmblKg nnd 4inn-t llllua.
WTo'h Hitnmrn (lonril la a Kan.
lute proof sitsinst dt'mpntss, seeps ge
and rats. Telephone 933.
MEAIPITIS DAILYgAPPEAL SATURDAY, APRIL 17,
LOCAL NOTICES.
Ski ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and Laundry on fifth page.
April Fashion Sheet, 44 N. Court
Kalsominino telephone 609, A. Mc
NeiL Golosmith's embroidery sale this
week.
Lemons apd Bananas a specialty.
JOONbON k OL'INNB, 2tl Front.
Mm phuStaihbd Olam Wokes, 236
Third street. Call and ee.
Strawbkrbim and new vegetables
received daily bv Kirk, Allen & Co.
Hawd-paihtbo Easter eggs and cards
at the Woman's Exchange. Home-
male bread and cakes. LtasaerU 01 all
kincV ''J
Simd a postal to the Memphis Collar
and Cuff Laundry, 51 Main street, to
call for your laundry.
Havb you a damp, unhealthy cel
lar? Wgtson's Bitumen Concrete will
make it dry and wholtsome. Tele
phone 938.
8ind to Memphis Floral Compaoy
for list and price-current o' plnDta.
Have largettstock in town. Come nut
and Bee for yourself. South gate Elm
wood Cemetery.
MoNsiKuasnd Madame Carpani.who
have just arrived from Paris, give les
sons in music, French and Italian ;
also during vacation. Apply to E.
Witzmann's music store. ;.
"Watson's Bitumen Concrete," for
ths paving of cellar, warehouse and
table floors, driveways, walks, etc.
Hard, smooth and durable, and proof
sgainst dampness and eiepnge. Tele
phone 938.
Tfb Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonioand antl-perlodio known. A certain
aud aj mm t,ir oh;!l Prico Jl per bot
t,e. nriti itauji for olrealari. Any ruf
rena gizen. Addrou John C. Kucker,
Lynonberg, Va.
On solid gold, fly back, stop-watch.
1-5 seconds, only f50; 1 18-kantt solid
gold Geneva watch, weighs 52 dwt.,
t0j 1 14-karat solid gold Elgin watch,
$ 5: 1 18 karat heavy and very fine
Wafthnm watch, $50; 1 box-case,
solid gold, 10-karat Elgin watch, 25;
other solid gold watches from 8 to
14(1; solid silver watches, in goo ) or
der, from il to $15; solid gold rings
from 1 up; genuine diamond rings,
$5 up; 8-day clocks, warranted one
year, at $3 apiece; 1 very fine 6J
karat old mine diamond, free of flaws,
only $500 this stone cost $13d0; 1
old-fashioned, blue enamel, pearl and
solid gold set bracelet and necklace,
cost before tho war $300, will be sold
for $35. All goods will be sold on ap
proval and money refunded if not
satisfactory
MEMPHIS LOAN OFFICE,
74 and 76 Beale street.
J B. Q0TTHELF, Manager.
WE ARE HOW READY
-AT THE
OAK II ALL
In Every Department J
Our new goods re all in.
Our stock is complete.
Our goods the handsomest you
ever saw.
Our styles the best fit you ever
wore.
PRICES lower than ever before.
$8, $10, $12, $15, $181
Men's and Youths' Business Suits.
Men's and Youths' Fine Cos. Su ts
One t- nd four-button Cutaway Suits.
Straight and Cutaway Sack Suits.
Fine Dress Prince Albert Suits.
Our Boys' Confitmatlon Suits.
We most cordially invite the pa
rents aud guardians to inspect
Our Boys' Long Pants Suite,
$4 50 and upward.
Our Children's Knee Pants
Suits, $2 60 and upward.
To each of which we give away:
A Baseball and Bat, a Walk
ing Cane or Webster's
Dictionary.
AT THE
Oak Hall One-Price Clothing llouse
951 Mala Mreel.
(0PP0SITB ODD-fKLLOrTS HALL.)
K0L HALLE, Proprietor.
A PrngKlftCa Morjr.
Mr. Isaac C. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for tha rast ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balea'A for
ths Lungs. I can say of it what I
cannot sav of anv nthr maillolna 1
have never heard a customer rpeak'of
iv out 10 praise us virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whonping
cough, with the hsppieat effects. I
have used it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
use."
Monogram. ItaugliMat M til ford.
Dyeing and Cleaning.
Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Beigel.58 Jefferson street, V em
phis, Tenn. Goods nwirH by express.
Malford, Jeweler, 294 Main, so
loclts order from theronntry,
Joal.
In order fn InfnulnAa 1)1. Altim
Splint Oral in this market, it will be
delivered at 36e per barrel in city lim
its. It has LO superior.
, , P M. PA1IKR80H 00.
Telephone 65.
Old Gold and Ntlver
Taken aa cah, Mulford's 294 Main.
Meraphla Moral '. haw lbs largea!
klaxai nl lama la Igtl,
Oanrtrutr
IS BSMOVID BV THS CSI OP COOOAIRa,
And it Blimulatas and promotes the
growth of the hair.
Ritronrr's KUoringEtvta arthe
Floe Watco repairing at Xolfbrd'a.
Doa't Procrastinate, Geatlemea !
Now is the Time to Get
Spring Clotblnr aad QaU !
MESKEN ASDL'0PaT.
You cannot object to the styles,
for they are certainly beautiful,
nor can you object to the prices,
which are lower than ever before.
And, while talking of
Clothing and Hats,
Don't forget that we keep the very
best hand-made French Calf Shoes
and Gents' Furnishings of all
kinds. We have tue
"Sold and Silver Shirts,"
Unrivaled and Unapproachable.
Bring tbe Boys Tu-Day !
New suits just opened; also a
fnll line of standard Bats and
Balls. Straw Hats are now ready.
For the ladles I
We continue the Bale to-day of
mnufactarera' short lengths of
Lnrra aad Embroideries !
Yesterday, when the sale opened,
the weather was threatening, so we
want to give all a chance aud offer
same bargains to-day.
Have you seen our new
Novell y l'lirttMiIf i
Our new and elegant
UIovik and li.isitryl
MENKI.N AN tl t'0PANY.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
GxHlna'a Hotel.
W. H. BINGHAM Miaanita.
European plan. Enlarged and refurniahed.
i'rtoei acenramg to 1111 and loca
tion of roomi.
ERPeete, Tenn J B Horton, Tenn
0 M -tovall. Miu J A Kel'i, Mill
A Wright. Va H Wright, Va
TSto.niill.Va E G pepegay, Ark
1) Pitta, Va O P MoLemore, Tenn
JATippan.Ark KBDeHay, Mill
0 W Rutland, Tenn W W M ller, Tenn
J M Good. Va 8 Vanwyke, N Y
E l Slater. Mini BP Rngera, Tenn
J M liawkina. Miai W M Rob.rteon, Mo
WJHnbinioniw.Miii A H Rhnilei.Tenn
J M Ool'man, JVnn W P McKwen, Tenn
,1 J I'laokmun, Miai F M Ilamblot, Misa
1 W ttoval. MUi A M Michner, Miu
R F Cr tten'leu. Ark J 8 MoTigh. Ark
M Mnriwethi-r, Tenn J A Avert, III
H K Pivnu, T-na W P Mnlone, Tenn
P WCatlm. Mill JSLeith. Tei
UBCullen.Tenn W RMjLaughlin.Ark.
v Pen body Hotel,'
C. B. OALLOWAV k CO PBnpRntTOR.
Ratei 12 50 and S3 per day, aomir. ing to
siae and location of room Special
ratei made.
J Overton, Tenn L White, Tenn
J Wooldridue, Tenn R H Mead, N Y
L N Dlook. rk J P Miller, La
M H Meeki iw.Tonn Mrs Trueblood, Ark
W T Oil ;i ore. Ark Miaa A Cmw,l.r. T
W R Wilai, n. Mill B F Novill, Ark
S D Rutherlord, Mo L 11 Manna, Tenn
RAU. rry.Unl J M Kerry, Cal
W Barneit Aw, Tenn J W Voorheif, Pa
J II Hewitt, Ohio W E Po ter, M
J A Kllio t, N Y OVanelman. NY
0 N Nparki, Ark A Friedman, Tens
0 b Lee, Ala J M Dndman. Ala
Morn May. Pa WG Baker, Miaa
Mii J llayi. Ark Eugene Hobinson, La
T L He.nolda. Miaa W P Hill. In
AL Van Knger, N Y DWurtienbnrger.Tenn
K B Rowland, NY E J Carrineton, Tenn
F Fitihngh, Tenn II U Lyloa, Ky
J L Corke Aw, Tenn Mrs II Campbell, Tenn
iviri li m Arnoiti, mo u w uurtia, May
J K Sullivan, Mo C B Reave. Mo
E S (!natlea. Mo J A Peace, Miii
BO Noblett, Miu F W Lohr, N Y
N 8 Brown, Pa J Stuart, N Y
1 P Rley, Tann J R 8ctes, Tenn
0 Wils ch, 111 W M Prioe, Ark
OWyllia, Vd J W Pinch Aw, Mam
Mill 11 K; Finch, Mam CJ Knox, Ala
MraCH Morrij, Ky Miai K Morria. Ky
LE Drake, Ky CP Kennedy, Ky
U I) Oacni, Ark J htuarl, Mo.
Tbe New Garuao.
FARR1XGT0V, 8TEWART k WHITE,
PgllPRIKTIiaH.
Rates, 12 50 to 44 per d y, Bocord ng to loca
tion 01 roomi. .
(1 R Pa;e, Mill Mn C?ien". Mii
B Levi, in Y H C i) ,1 li g, Tenn
8 1 ' Citrprnter, La WW Jonts, Tenn
li It V .. , , 1 .. . U A V -. T
J B Quiley, Tenn II u' HaUerkamp, Mo
r niroaru'on, no r m judpi, jvio
li dhoc .. Md J L Biker. Mo
T 8 F .rreil, Mail . C D Waterman, Mich
4 m rreair.age, mill A morre, tK
Dailey, Ark F Hicka, Ky
WPTowler.La W H Andrew, Tenn
J 8 Watta, Ky R H Beard. Tenn
WM Gay, Tenn R H M tchell, Tenn
H Mathewi. Tenn C J Auitin ienu
RKT.u, Tenn J U Frei-m n, Tenn
C W H.ndrlok, Kjr FHWhiU.Tenn
0 Figarei, Tenn H A Uaali Aw, Pa
J G Martin, Trnn C M Day, Mo
Andrew Smi h, M'll Q W Kioe, M II
J Holloway, Mi'l B Brannon, Ala
B tt Walker, Ala C K Atkim, Ala
W B ('roa-man. Tana L a Ktraun, Tenn
J B Wal.be. Tenn U E Reynol la, Tana
A Johnion, Tex B H Friedman, Ark.
L K Kdwarda, Miu JSMilea, Mtaa
N Ro. inaon, Tenn B N Ward, Tens
8 MoMurray, Ala HSOaft, Ala
C 1' Barnum, Tenn H A Fiaker, Miu
J D Parri,h, Ala G H thaw, Tx
DnlTj'i Earopeaa Hotel,
Corner of Adami and Main itreeti. Roomi,
60c, Too and $1 ner day: American Plaa,
12 per day.
Fir't-elaai Reataurant in tha Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 yeara wilhPeauody Hotel)
Proprietor.
0 C Tolly. NY J Doughtry, A rk
A U Engi-nr), Ark F II Armat-ad, ienn
J R Miller, Tnn M Cownn, Ky
P G Meath, Tenn 8 1 ey. linn
W li ndrewa, Miu M F Ko'e, H M
J W Pen el, nn D i Wolf, Tenn
!ii L Huth. Miu Miai J Ruth Al, Mill
J I'oonhtiy, jr, rk W Smith, ill T
W DHtailina,, Miu Mra W Wri ht, III
u V Urn bett. Mo 4 M Crook, Mi'g
A Paraer. Miai
L, lluah a, Tenn
LP II ami. Ind
C Leonaid, Ark
II Adami, Miu
BLWana, Tena
H B Ramaey, Tena '
V-n Brock in, Tena
J Mie an, Tenn
0 K Richardaon, Tens
J Aleiandrr, Mo
C W hita. Ky
A Harroll, Ark
0 Ilarriman. Ind
P Layard, Ms.
W Dwyer, Tenn
W I" Green, Tenn
J J rher dan. Ark
J Barney, Tann
D Carroll, Teaa
J forwin. Tern
W T Luo.a, Jenn
J Hof a. Tens
M Rankin. Ala
W J C peland, Tex
L Whi e. Ky
W L Wird.Tana
J Ilnaaay, Me
t'lareadoa Hotel.
No. CI and 63 Madiioa afreet.
BOWLES A LkAKK .Pa mgTois.
Ratal S2 ier day, day boara 120 per
Dionth.
J W Pamaa. Tex F Lombard, Tenn
WATooe, T x KZinrer, ill
J A t.iring.ton, city J T 8ott, Miaa
v c Koherti, ienn J K Mo oy, we, va
C B Merrill. Tenn
H H Ame Aw, Miu
F Wo aok. Miai
Miaa B M E Irod, N Y
T (1 Hainan. Ill
J beynae, Ohio
W Akin, aMna
1 A Mrango. Trin
1 i 1
j Kawlinai. Ky MS McLoud, Tena
J V Ferraat. Ala T B Garrett. Mo
D Ferraat, Ala
MBDonnald, Ienn.
a. oAnn
lo all who are mffertng from tha arror and
indiacretloni of 700th, nervoai weak neat,
early de?ay, loal of nianhood, etc, I will
end a reoip that will euro yon, Fr'.EK OF
CHARGE. Thil great remed; waa dtioover
d by a mlaaionary in Booth America. Send
alfadiraitad envelop to tha Rev. Jjsxri
T. laaav, Station I, A Joe.
t9Tli0 firm of GOODBAK & CO. has been uiasolved, and we havs reorganised oor inttrtwt in the Whobw Boot
and Shoe Businew, in connection with Mr. W. E. Love, late of Warren, Love A Co., St. Louis, Mo., and Mr.. 0.
Callleott, of Coldwater, Miss., under ths style of and firm name given below. We thank our friends for their patronas
in the past and nope for a continuance of tbeir favors. A. B. GOODBAT
0 J.'h GOODRAR
Ja. aa. uvuDaaa,
Lata of Qoodbar A Co., Mamphla. Lata of
GOOBBAE, LOYE t& OO.
STS
367 & 369 Main
boston
We are now receiving a large and En'irely New St"ok of Eastern and
Spring Trade of 1886, which we offer at ktock Bottom Prices,
We have EXCLUSIVE control in
lowing lines nf CUSTOM-MADE Goods, all ofwhinhwe
warrant to trivs perfect satisfaction : I
George Hooker's celebrated Men's Calf Boots. I
Brady & Sbortell's Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoes.
T. M. Harris ACo.'s Philadelphia made Children's Shoes.
Also, L. W. Nu,e A Co.'a Kip Brogans and Flaw Shoes
the best Brogans made in the United States heretofore
bandied by Goodbar & Co.
We are tbe only house in this Market handling the cele
brated Krippendorf, Dittmann St Co. line of Ltdies and
Misses' Kid, Goat and Calf CUSIOM Goods EXCLU
SIVELY, under the Fsotorv Bunds. i
s
s.
By Order of the Court
of Common Sense
No. 1.
OFFICIAL,
To All Good Citizens of Mem
phis Greeting :
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 Sooond
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
their money, I, Public Opinion, do,
in my official capacity, invite every;
one needing new Clothing to imme
diately visit the Misfit Clothing Par
lors, No. 262 Second street, opposite
Court Square.
Sworn testimony before this Court
having commenced, we state that the
Misfit Clothing Parlors, 262 Second
street, are selling fine Tailor-Made
Garments atone-half their real value,
I grant that place the sole right and
title of being known as the People's
Popular Bargain Resort.
'
MISFIT
262 Second St, Memphis,
Opp. Coart Square.
PUBLIC OPINION,
Judge ot Common Sense Coart
No. 1, Memphis, Tenn.
......... .: Open Evnlnera ajn'll
'siiL.i VlncH Nalamara fill II.
! arinrmlirr. all allfirallme la
laiere at lara-MM-i IU aaaa rre nt
rmarce my m nrai-flewa uauor in aar
l-iariaars.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importer aod dealer In Subd, Ammai-
Hardware, a.leeirlo Mel 4
maelietaaraior Hotel! and Reaiaencei.a.o
Iaia elraL, Mempblia, Venal. Kleetrie
applie alwari oa hand.tfclUpairiM n.au
dona.
Frank Schomann,
Importar and Dealer in
Sana, Fl.hlna; Tiwhle and H porta.
.naHpiifiL aa special nwunwp
!' In WANUFAtlUKlijli and KB-
113 Main M5Iemphl, Tenn
111
uliliPn
188a
. gg. aa 11 HA It,
Qoodbar k 1 0., Memphia.
k. Levi.
Lata ot Warren, Lot
WZXOIUIlBA.rjI
and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn,
officeno. 24 high street.
be made by any competing market.
this market of the fol
We also control
OEGILL BROTHERS & CO.
I o
H
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR BUTTS.
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR LOCHS,
PLAIN AND BRONZED SASH FASTENERS,
BOLTS, KNOBS, ETC.
j A MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
BUILDERS' HARDWARE
OT Every Doaorlptlon.
TO WTMCTOBS!
We are Juat In Beeelpt
R. R Plows, Columbus
WHELLBARROWS, SU0TELS, TICKS, MATTOCKS,
And a Complete Line of CAMP OUTFITS.
DES JARDINS, MILLER & ROOTES,
I WHOLESALE HARDWARE,
Xo. 394 WAIN WTKEKT TtAXysSER
James St. tiiaodbiur Wm. I,. Clark Knaene J. Harrington FranU 6. Jfonee
j fmstM3llalxect 1800.)
GOOBBARt&00
WHOLESALE
BOOTS
319 Maiii Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to HEKVHANTSI ONLY tbalarseit ard beet itoek of Boot and Btaoei we
have ever broonht to this market, and which cannot be fnrpaaaed in quality and
tylei br ny honre in tbii or any other city. Ia addition to a complete line oi Baiters
made goodi, inoludina the CKI.t;BKTKO UOIIUBaH CO. BKIHItKN, we handle
a large and leleot itock of Cnatom-made Good a for Men, Women, Miiae, and Children. W
carry a number of the beat makei in the country, in ererv variety nd tle, aad among
them 'the well known Men'i Calf V.ooti and Phnei manafatorrd by Geo, Hockerforoor
rjprina Trade. Me also carry a choice line of Lad ea' and Mihiei' Custom Kid, Goat and
Calf Uoodi, manufactured by Krippendorf, bittman A Co. We invite the trade to examine
our itock before buying elsewhere, and w guaraiitee everything w. tell to give aatinlaotioa.
ifilK '.
TO TlIEJTllADE.
Kotwitlintauding oue of our com
Bet (tors pnblishes a letter from Weo.
ocker nlutlntj "he bus not sold ns
any calf bootg for sprini trade,"
THE F4IT IS, we have these goc.ds
now la store, which we offer to the
trade at as low prices a they can be
found eixewhore. We ftaanni'ee
them to be the GENUINE eeo.'ncCer
boots, and aditpted to thipre-(, mi;Ii
gon's trade. Krsppctrnily joiaT?;
OOOOII4K .V CO.
Memphln, March 18,1880.
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
SHEi A McCAIiTHT.Propr'g,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
O1
HI OF TUB LARaKCT BOILER BH0PB
1 . B..k .-J . . - .... -
Boiler ind Sj.et-lrcr Wurki in the city.
Manufacturer of hoavy flat) Iron
warfc of every daaerlptton. Special
NAPOLEON HILL, PresldenU
a. J. LTNN, Cashier.
is City Fire MMi
ii
DOES A OKHEBAIi FIRE
A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
ninHOTORBi
H. FTJRRTENHBIM, WM. I. COLB. JAMES RKILLT. J0TIX L0A0U
8. MANSFIELD, D. E. MYERS. W. D. BKTHELL.
Ofllce 19 laillwon ttlreet, Memplilsi. Tenn
6. O. HERNDON.
HERNDON
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
And Mannracturerta' Agents,
888 Front h'U. Rooms W and 9. FivXtalm. Memphis, Tenn. Telephone 754.
I. A. BAILEY.
J. i BAILEY & CO,,
336 Second Street, Memphis.
A M.S?i5.AP?mMDH.K.Tvv nrfK ? PLPMBFR8. OAS AND 8TBK FlTTBRi
Maleriali, l'umpa, Llriv. vt alii. Iroa. Laa and nin. P;u a.. vi.,. aini...
FRANK F. WOODS.
WOODS Ss
CARRIAGES. BU08IES. WAGONS.
Harness, Saddles, igricultural Implements and Machinery.
GEO IIO I A C0MKIXEI;C0TT0. AXD CORN PLASfTFta.
nwooa Htreet,
CALLirOTT,
k Co.,
ot. Looia.
lat 01 Coldwatar,
Custom-Made Boots and 8boea for
on as liberal terms aa can
the followine Specialties under our
IS
own brands, vis :
Goodbar, Love & Co.'s Men's Grained Oalf CUSTOM-MADE
Bala, Button and Congress.
Goolhar, Love A 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.
Our Ladies' $3 00 Shnes 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 evprv reanect.
HARDWARE !
of a a-arae Btalament of
Steel Drag Scrapers.,
and SHOES
Sweet Pickles, Etc.
tlafled Fruit Pickled trargea,
8lulled Fruit I'lchled Catamkm,
Sund Frull Plckleel Pppr'm,
Mulled Fruit Pickled Mangoee,
Mixed tweet Pick lea,
Croaa Rtnrk well'a Ctioa-Cben and
Mixed Pickle.
Plain ruenmber Pickle by the frail,.
Other brand of Plain and Mixed
Pickle In Ulna and Olive.
J. F. BUCKHAM fc CO.
Corner Second and Keale Sfs.
R. KUPFERSCHMIDT,
IMPORTEB AJSD DKaLER 15
bluns, Imannition, Flgblng Tackle
and Base-Ball Hoods.
WHOLES ALU AND RKTAIL.
aa Mala Street, Memnbla, Tenai
Hanafaeturinc and Repairing of Qnni a
MneM.'t
W. N. W1LKERS0.X, Tice-Preaidea
AID MARIS E BTJSI9ENM.
JuHN CALUOON.
& CALHOON,
a. 8. WITT.
aTU
W. C. SWOOPE.
SWOOPE,
Netnphla, Tenn.?

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