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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 18SG.
R1ILR0AD THE TABLE.
LoBlgTmw Orleans! Ttm B'j
jhbisippi VAixcr koitb.
L.laad i .0,
1:00 UrlW a. as
I:, p. an I i: s.m
:to p.i ! s.m
g:l a.m 20 e.m
fit'JI a. eg
goath. I Korlh.
5:00 p. I
Lei as 4.
A-Wltl 11 Him entering Mamphli.
B-Wito II. k N. W. K. K. for Helena,
O-For Greenville end Hantlngton, and all
P-Wita V Xc Mend Vu 8. P. Rallrottb.
K-With NiJ. C. H-K. for ftetehei aad
, jackaoa. ,
T For 1'omu on the Branch.
With ateamera for Daroo Sara.
j-Wit railroad! diverging for Florida aad
Coast polnu. . ....
Pullman rlur"et Sleeping Carton all train).
J AH. M, FDW AK1JS. V. P. endU.Ja.
si. BIIRKR, enerel bap'u
. A. J.iLMAFP, (a.. A.
ItwaarlRmM Mleslaalsl I nl.
ley. Trains botb u follow) i No. I (tut
line dally) leave) at 11:30 a.m. No. 1 leave)
at 11:40 p.B. daily, at. Loola fast Una
leave) dally at 4:30 p.B. Mo. T (last line
da.ly) arrives at 1:30 p.B. Mail and ei
preee arrive) daily at ItlAa.a. 6b Louis
fat tiaa arrive) dail y at 9 :J a.m.
enaabla, Mrantacbara u4 Atlaa-l-Hollv
Sprlnta RonU-Traini mora aa
tollawit No. 1 leave) M.mihia dally atS:4fl
&n. i arrive atUolly Spring) at 6:80 p.m.i
oTl leave) irfiy 8pmle daily at 0:00
a.m., arrive) at Memphl) at H :15 a.m. i No.
( loam Menphi) daily e:30 p.m., arrive)
at Jlolly bprinr) at Hi! p.m.! No.6 leave)
Hidiy Knrinre daily at 3:30 a.m., arrives at
Mississippi and Tenasssee. Fast
sail iraiB leave) daily at 4:) p a. arrive!
at 8:14 a.m. Local frihl leave) at 0:40
a.m. I arrive) at 4:30 p.m. freight trnina
oi. 6 aad ruo tri weekly. No. (leave)
eaphil Monday, Wodnaiday aad Fridar.
Memphis and l.litle Raek. Train)
novo aa follow! (central itndri time) :
Ne. 1 leaven daily at 6:k ..ro, : arrl'ei at
:,n.m. No. 3 leave) at e:.io a.m. : arrive)
atll kla.m. No. (frei)ht) leave) Ilopedeld
daily (eawpt bundiy) at 6:00 a.m.) arrive)
at 7:10 p.m.
Mrrnphla and 4'liarlraton Train)
roova ai frllowi: Throuirh ex . rem leave)
daily at 10:20 p.m. Mall ami enren) leeve)
daily at (:10a in. fcoaiorville 'coramoila
tloa ive) duiiy, eicrrt Siinclnv, at 4:Hfl
p.m. Throuh eire) arrival dnilr et:5!r
a.m. Wall and exiiref) arrive) daily at 4 :M
S.m. Bomerville acootnroodutioa arrival
ally, azeapt buoday, at b :M a.m.
.ontavlll anl Wlillli Train)
nova aa follow)! fut mail arrivaa daily at
4::iAa.B.i leave) at 1H:1U p.m. : uiull leave,
dully at 9 :taj a.m. Ilrownrvilla aooouimo
datiom leave) daily, eoant Hundny, at 6:(XI
p.m. I mail arrive) daily at 6:0) p.m.
Browniville aooommndaMuB arrive) daily)
loaptSandav, at 8:40 a.m. standard time).
flair Hnl (liaaiaaa Hy, Sprloar
tlrltl aad lempblil-Train) leave M. and
T. depot aa fullewi: No. 4, KaniaiClty ei
prau, laavaaat 10:46 a.m. I No. 3, Kani
City aanreea, arrival at 3:30 p.m. No. 2,
Kernel City mail, leave) atft:00 p.m. 1 No. 1,
Kao)ai City mail, arrive) at 8:45 a.m. No.
J, Ht. Loal) and Cliicaao eipre'i. leave! at
CtOO p.m. I No. 1, Ht. Louil and Chiratoei
praan, arrive) at 8:45 a.m. In effect Sunday,
April 18, 18HH-
For Tennmtt and Vu Ohio VaBey:
Liyht rot'iir, dighthi vpoler walher; avid
irneraliji ihifting In wrtlerly.
la tha '4toa Kearlou.
BlORAL SKRVICi, U. 8. Armv,
April 2(1,1886-5 p.m.
Division of teleerams and repj'ta for
the benefit f commerce and grlcal
tare. Cotton region bulletin for the
twentr-four.hoara ending April i'dlli,
6 o'clock p.m.
Memphlr 71 (HI .4(1
Nashville 72 3 .15
Grand Junction. .. 72 58 .75
Corinth .............. 70 60 .07
Tnacnmbia- 75 (12 ,4S
Decatar 81 (tt .'.'(I
cottaboro..M....... 81 60 .00
Bateeville 75 tiO 1.71
Hernando 70 55 .75
Urenod 71 58 1.45
Arlington 75 68 .03
BroircavUle .. 74 ... ,7ti
Milan.- 83 til .118
Paris... ............. 78 41) .24
76 61 -43
Dyarebnrg .......... 77 60 .15
Bolivar - 73' fit) .05
Holly Rpringa 72 68 .112
Oxford... m 72 (0 . 104
Bam.-...... ... 1421 ICC. I 10.11
Mpftiin 75 fl) .54
MiMPHti, Thx., April 20, 1S80.
lime. llivr. Ttior. Wind. W'thor
7:00 a.m. 20.817 60.0 8.E. L'tr'in
11:00 .m. 20 82- 67.0 8.W. jFlr
8:00 p.m.2.7i 71." W, Fair
7:00 p.m. 20.740 70.0 B.W. Clear
10:00 p.m. 21) 834 C5.0 W. Qitar
Maximum temperature, 74.0.
Minimum tomjmrature, 60.0.
Ozone, 11 a m., 0.
All observations are taken on 75
meridian timo,whlch isono hour faster
than local time.
The grand Jury will meet to-dayj
Only A week until tho great
spring meeting leginB,
Yesterday, lovely as it was, was
blackened liy a suicuie.
Two or three small breaks in tho
levees below were reported yesterday.
Tbn levee i rotecting thcJelferson
plantation is reported to Jmve broken
Yesterday whs tlic slxlv seventh
anniversary of the Independent Or-
ler oi Udd-rcimw.
Miss Martha Trndenu's class in
music will give nn exhibition of train
ing and progress Thursday night.
12 chhorn's eolcbra'cd bra band
a'nue will I o enough lo d"w a h
rovd to the Travelerb' picaio iext
Vf. I. Purpriso returned yester
day from a three wcoxs sojourn in
Arkansas, much improved in health
and spirits.. v.- .
A colored man by tho name of
tieorge McKnight fell overboard from
the ici-'joat. b-'low Bcale street and
wasdrowni d. , ', -
A silver coffee pot and ta pot of
the same material mnnu(:ictured HI)
vcnn go unv on exhibition at tho
tVouiun s Kxehange.
In thc't Police Court yesterday,
Andrew Whitii wag lined tlO for
whipping his, wife because she bought
a pair of slippers and then cutting up
Hie slippers with his kliife.
Licenses to marry were issued
re terday lo A. T Yaecaro and Ange
1 i Cnneo, Julius Gottschalk and
Kuunii htciiham, (i. 1". Burke and
Mopliio Knittel, Angel Moore and
'fiie new vestry at Calvary chirc'i
in us fiiiow': A. Murray, A. . Triad
well, L. W. VmU'y, Ih. It H. Maury,
J. A, Ai5iti)i, A.' II Goodbar, C. T.
Dobbs, S. Mansfield, H. T. I-emmon,
J. T. Williua, K. D. lUmbaut.
A wachout on the Kansaa Ci'y
rrad baa anain atopped train, cainc
out from Memchia. The Little Kxk
road atill tune boat to Madison.
The mysterious ratllinx of the big
plane door of a Main street clothing
bouse attracted a biif crowd .Sunday
night, about 8 o'clock. The cry of
'VhosU" wag raised, but the only
ghosta which could be seen were the
dummies. The watchman was the
medium. lie is In the habit of trying
the back door occasionally to see if it
is secured, and as the house is close
the prcsure of the air causes the light
glass door in front to shake.
The Bradstreet Agency reports
175 failures in the United States for
the week ending April 23d, against
15!) last week, l'jj in the like week in
)88 104 in 1881, 1M in 1H83, and m
in 1HH2. Canada had 34 this week,
against 23 last woek and 21 last year.
The total la the .United Huitea to
April 24th is ;liH, pninit 4479 in a
like ahare of 1SN5, a decline of 65 in
in sixteen weeks of lsmi. The total
in 113 days of 1884 was 3704, in 1883 it
was 3U5U, and 1884 was 24(i2.
A witness named Darr'ngton, in a
cane in the Circuit Court yesterday,
was so sharply cross-examined by Mr.
W. II. Kobinaon, representing the
plaintiff, that when recess of five
minutes was taken he called Mr. Rob
inson out into tlje hall and began
abusing 1dm. The attorney "nut up
his props" according to the Ma-quis
of Oueensbury, and there.would have
been a lively row if it had not been
for Deputy fhcriff Mason, w ho sprang
over the railing and put a stop to the
proceedings. J udee Tierce fined Har
rington 15 and suspended it during
Sole Agents for Horace R. Kelly &
Co.'s Key M eat Cigars.
The trade supplied at New York
prices. A full assortment constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by us: Gnyoso Hotel stand,
1'cubody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street, fresh shipments received
weekly. i. hamki-sqm i co.
GKiRna W. Slaok, of the finn of A.
(i. Klnde & (5p. of Brooklyn, N. Y.. has
connected hiivwlf with II. (i. Ilollen
berg of ttiiM city.
Mins SfNsiuxi Matthkws of Iim
nasoH, Tex,, a grand-daughter of the
Into Gov. Matthews, of Mississippi, is
visiting the city, the guest of cousin,
Mrs. Sum W. .Matthews, 482 Main
Miss A dime Mat Galk and her
friend, Miss Irene Myers of Virginia,
arrived homo yesterday evening over
the Memphis and Charleston road
after several weeki' vinit through the
South and Florida. ' Y
W. C. Ci.avtov, head waiter nt the
Gayoso Hoiise, has lost the medal pre
sented to him (hiring the National
Centennial as the best waiter. The
Under will confer ft fuvor ky restoring
it to him at tho botol or through thu
Aiteal. It cannot be of any value
to anyone but him, bearing as it does
his name and the fact of its presenta
tion to him f. r the icusons stated.
Ski ad. of Moniphis Ftearn Khlrt
Factory and Laundry on fifth page.
Kalaominino telephone 60!, A. Mc
Neil. Lemons mid Hananns a specialty.
JOUMiON.k OUJNNK.aW Front.
MlMpnuSTAIKf B OtAM Wobks, 236
Third street. Call and see.
8bkd a pos'al to the Memphis Collar
and Cuff Laundry. 51 Main street, to
call for your laundry.
Watson's Bitumen Concrete is abso
lute proof against dampness, seepage
and rate. Telephone 938.
Have von a damp, unhealthy cel
lar? Wation's Bitumen Concrete will
make it dry and wholesome. Tele
The Seaside Social Finnic which Is
to be given tt E tival Bark on May
4th, will nrt allow any improper char
acters oaths RrouruK..
Bend to Memphis floral Company
for list and price-current o' plants.
Have largettstock in town. Come nut
and see lit yonreelf. Booth gate Kim-
Tai Herbal Chill Cure, the beot
tonioand antt-rerlmllo known. A eertuln
and lute onre lur chilli- I'nre II per rot
lie. Perm itami for elrculr. Any ref
arnnra irixen. Addrai) John C. Kuekar,
Old Oold and Silver
Taken as cash, Mul ford's1 294 Main.
Dimquo tila-e , ,
At Fpecht's Ice-cream parlors Satur
days, Sundays and Momlays.w ith pure
cream, custard cream and sherbets
balance of week.
Have Yonr French Clocks
Pat in order at Mul lord's, 294 Main.
Notice to Travelers and Shippers.
MiurHis, TlMX.i April 10, 18oS.
Until further notice trains between
Memphis and Madison will bo discon
tinued. Steamers w 11 leave .dai y from
foot of Poplar street, at 6 o'clock p.m.,
connecting at Madison with tra ns for
Little Kock mid all points West.
Freight for Medison midpoints beyond
mtiBi be delivered at wharfhoat. tit
foot of Poplar street, bcfoio 2 o'clock
p in. Steamer Coahoma will leave
this evening, and s earner E. V. Colo
to-morrow evening. miDoi.ru kink,
Excellence and t'aah
Are the eerroiit of Mulford's Buccess.
Pays Speeht's luro cream is the finest
in the city or United states.
Mrinathla Fliirel i'tt. ha lb lnra;)at
alovk l plnuia ma.
Advice lo MollierN.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
fbould always be used wtien children
are cutting teeth. It. relieves tho little
Bullerers at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving tho child
from i ni n, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhiea, whether arising from
teet'dng or 1 other 'pauses. Twenty
Jive cents a lottle.
Jtnlford, Jeweler, 2Dt Jtaln, to
loots orders frmn ihervnntrj.'
Jryeliig unci I'toitutng.
Lulim' and fe;it cloll ee clar:f d
or oyed in any iloi,a!oo kid gloves,
r.isru 1) f.ath? s rnd lace curtains by
Len s n.'ivr', .'vffewn street, Mem
phis, Tt en. Go tit r'-el"d liy expi.
i; l Pmlrtti' A I.Ufidiuiirvf uo.lo do
J uur f'iuuilif uk.
U. LOTFEXSTEI.V at URON.
SHOE DEPARTS! EXT
la being CLOSED OUT rapidly.
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHIL
(Choice New Goods.)
And leenre some. It will pay
yon handsomely, even if not
needed for present nse.
O. LOWEXSTEIN at IIKOS.
Oa In MntlMlarc A I.MComnralne) for
yoar riamblnt, ad Uns-t lltlnc.
One Tbonsand I Ivlnar Wild IteastH,
lilrds an I Beptiles,
Fill the mammoth dec, rages and
lairs of Jjho Koblnson'a Tt n Ring
M mmo h Puiopean Combinaiion,
which hat been added to his already
mm ater mecaiTie and Great Three
Kirg Ciicus. The animals are all fed
in ti.e piesence of the people at the
clo'Aof the afttmnon performances.
At Memphis, May 3d.
Fine Watch repairing at Mulford's.
California seedlings, at Speeht's.
ALL A. MIS TAKE.
The Malfcst Privileges
Will not be disposed rf as advertised
before, but will be sold openly to the
highest bidder Monday, May 3d, at 3
o'clock p.m., sharp, at No. 34 Adams
F. W. M0EWS, Chairman.
Order Jlerf al at Mulford'a.
In order to introduce the Alabama
Splint Coal in this market, it will be
delivered at 30o per barrel in city lim
its. It has no superior.
P. M. PATTERSON k CO.
Conpt) and Carriages at W, E, Ed.
ward dt Draa.' Stnblc the Bly
plat la the eltjr that baa them.
Telephone Ordea promptly attend,
cd ta. Telepbanca Maa.ee and 70S.
Solid Silverware at Hnlford'a
Godshaw fi Bach, the well-known
jewelers and pawnbrokers, Monroe
street, near Second, will have pawn
brokers' sales of unredeemed pledges
every Wednesday night. Good bar
gains may be expected at these sales.
The firm does an extensive bnsinenr,
and frequently tells superior jewelry
and watches at extremely low figures.
The firm makes liberal advances on
first-class collateral. .
IS REMOVED GT THE CSV OF COCOAIHB,
And it stimulates and promotes the
growth of the bair.
Burnett's Flavoring Extract am the
ronpra and Carriage at W. E.
Edwatda A Droa." unble tlie only
plaea la the clly that hna thrnt.
Telephone Ordrra promptly attend,
ed to. Telephones Jf oa. ee and 70S.
A DrugKiHt'a Story.
Mr. Isaac O. Chapman, dmggiBt,
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the l ast ten years sold several
grofs of Dr. William liall'a.BaUa'n for
the Lungs. I can soy ot it what I
cannot say of any otiior medicine, I
have never beard customer speak of
it but to praise Its virtues in the high
est manner. L have recommended it
In a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest effects. I
have used it in . my own family for
many years; in fact, always hnvna
bottle in the mcdiciue cloaat ready tor
Monogram mangle: Mnliord.
No to Slrnifl'la Flnral t'nmpnny
for plant and plenty ol llipui.
Wheeling, April 2d N'ght Uivfr
Ofeet 2incliesonthecauge and fnl ing.
Weather cloudy and warm.
Cincinnati, April 20. Nizht River
15 feet 5 inches on the euge and fll
ing. Weather partly cloudy and cooler.
PiT-raHORa, April 20. Night River 3
feet 8 inches on the gauce and about
stationary. Weather clondy and threat
Caiko, April 10. Sight River 43
feet 9 inches on the gauge and fulling.
No arrivals of Tegular packet'. De
parted: City of Baton Rouge, JNew Or
leanp, 4 p.m.
St. Louis, April 20. Night River
fell 6 inches, and now stands 21 let t 6
inches on the gauge. Wea'her clear
and warm. Ko arrivals or depaitures
Louisville, April 20. Night Rivor
failing, with 7 feet 8 inches in the
csn.il and 5 feet 0 inches on the falls,
liniincfa dut. Weather clear and
plraant, after a linht lain.
Young & Brother,
2 IS Mnlu .St., il' in plils Tciiu
Wlxhlntr lo ).'t:ro Iron Kuftlnra
M Otter mr A.uitro
STOCK AT COST.
C. B. Q ALLOW A t A CO . Panriiiroa.
RaUa t- 6U and $3 per day, acr ina lo
liie and location of tnum paclal
A B Nance, Mlai W K Mudit, Mo
11 H MoVeif h, Ark U H Kradler. Ky
J 11 B ler, ky ) L Webb, Ky
H'Krane. lenn Mini H lner. Ark
Mm R W Hale, Ark J W Boiler, jr. N Y
CDWinrfia d, La W G Moeely, Va
K B Moeeman. Ill R U Crocket. Aik
J B Booth). Hi.) A P-x'on, Ky
M Adam) Aw, Mi Mil' K Miller. Mil)
8 II l'lnllip), Miaa li T Bowdre, Tenn
WBbharv, Ohio J Li.a, La
II a Kcudder, NY it Lan ier, Tenn
J I) Driver, Ark Driver, Ark
MraL Wynne, Ark W Hale, Ark
Thro Fr.eman, Miaa '"hi Taylor, Tana
A P II Greon, Tenn VV Dunaven. Ky
F F Walbreeht, Mo K N 1 ion, Enaland
J V Parker, Mo Mr) W Mtora, Tenn
F M Ward, Tenn kd M.-Ou ire, Tenn
F Ilawkina, Tenn A Loch, Ky
0 W Marion, Fla HCP.Ia, Mo
W ACi anwortb, Pa KACyflin.IlY
M 0 Andrew), En C Morcan. Mil)
J W An.leraon, Tnn W R lodv, Ky
A I) Griffin, Ky Lee Car), Tenn
J B Hilbitu, Xana J B Jarkeon, Ten
A M Jeakiaa, Ala Mm Jobniton, Ala
Mr Vrinoraram AeH Y A M r-udkioi, Y
WLttardner, Ky R F Wriaht A), Ky
J A Curd, Ky J JV Woolr dae, Ky
TThnmaa,Ala p J 6iir pon, Mia)
G B Little, M if i lien I Bueby, Tenn
8 F R.nkin, Tenn J J Dolour, Pa
L B Mbnay. DBA J B Beajamen, F Y
JC B ibman, Miie 0 M htu.rt Aw, Mia)
5 F Warren, Tenn JSCoopar, DC
L B MoConnlno.Tenn 1 f .'''ri 9hio,
i; ! Almora Ky JAM Buffalo), N Y
W B Kri.kner. Ill Wr iJereil.w, Mo
Mil) R Jereilaw. Mo M JereaUw. Mo
A M Jennini), Ala G A Cant ni, N Y
Mia lluUinion.N Y J M Dnnalaon, Ala
Rev A D Mayo. Mua E J CarriBtion, Mill
W L (Triton, Mil). A F IIimlMId
W N Hooper, Ky J F liarrell, Ky
T G Jonee, Tenn Mr) J Overton, ir, Tenn
J v.rfon Aw. Tenn Mi" Overton. Tenn
Will F Hen, Conn C F Maatln. Pa
W Marihall Aa.Mii) V Dr.yiu), II 1
W If Stiff, Va Wm Bryan, Tenn
U W Peace. Ml)) C O Pel'on, N Y
8 A Fuller, NY A B Dodeon, Ml))
Mr) M A Greene,MiViu M Jaokion, Mil) ,
f H Wilhein, Pa FSchilliDa, ')ho
J B Curroll, Ohio W 0 Maxwell, Ohio
M II Chandler. N J J B Jamoion, N J
W H Klynn. Ky J Applewhite, Ark
J R Bcaiea, Ky Pat UaHoran. Ky
C R Morrow, Tein M Brdley, lann
The New Uaynaio.
FARP.INGTON, 8TEWART k WHITE,
Rate), 12 50 to H per d-y, aocord'ng to loca
tion of room).
8 D Terrsll, NY t! PreMe. Tonn
C H Andoraon, 111 1) J Mil' holl. Mil)
KKiihe-, Ark SP Wilson, Ky
H 8 Ann-tionf, Mo M A Allen, Ala
Mia K Alln, Ala KDOwen), Ka
W 0 UreiuhiT, Mo H J Glenn, La
J M Glenn, La E F heatbm, Tenn
K A Prenro, Tenn w Wilion, Tenn
F W Del oreath, Tenn H B HUli.rd, Tenn
H M Hill Aw, Tenn B J Thinn, Mi)
J W Breek. Ark J B Illlboue, N Y
Miri C 11 Babern, Ky Mr) llillhoae,uii-SNY
1 W Wynn, Mite 11 M Callicott, Mita
T B Atkini, Mia 0 Howard, Mia)
V M 'arriiitin,Mi)) Mi" Fart inetnn.Hi))
Alei (leorne, Mi" J F shepherd, Tenn
.1 P McLaw., Tenn F B B,8hn, Tenn
J M lUed, Tenn N R Sleduo, Mis)
U Dow Aw, Tenn J II Pitney, Tenn
B Haiti. Tenn J 8 . err, Tenn
HJHaine". Mo E R Kimball, Mo
J-eaton.Ka) J A K ng. K)
M N Cardan, Ark W D Hudson, Ga
U J Capplcman, Mlat H B Caae, Tenn
J P Shannon, Tenn M D Snone, Ky
W (1 Unpkina Aw, Pa R T llama, Aln
J Bneaaell, Tenn J F Shepherd, Ky
M C Wheeler, 111 M I Armatronc, N Y
MC Cohen, Ark CMLewii, M'l)
D V King, Mai) C B Morton. Ohio .
J 8 Cook, Oa WE Harrison, Ala
II i ronner, Ml a . 0 Ler, Neb
ft Alexander, Tenn J D Powell. Ky
CBcott Aw, Miaa F M 8uott Aw, Mis)
MIm M Melchier.Misi JMPreatridgrAw.Mil)
W W Parkor, Mo J " Woolen, Mil)
N II Mr-Caleb, lug T J Campbell, Mi))
R B Wa'rlrope, Mia) L D B'annin Aw, Mil)
11 R MoVelith, Ark J W Price, Ark
B F Hick), Ky W West Aw, Mm
K H lamp a, Va K Hely, Mo
0 T mold, Mi" R G Ji.hn.nn, Tenn
C G Towneend. Tenn 1) F Hall, Tenn
1. u Uut'er. Tonn T U Jonea, AU
8 0 Baldwin, Ala Moms Gan), r enn
W K Love, 'ienn "I A Yerger, Tenn
JWCnrhin. N i L Koan, Mil)
Mi" 8 Rogan, Miaa Mr. M Dunlap. Misa
Mix. 1 Dunlun, Tenn H M Dunlap, Tenn
J T Kaency, Ind T Crutchtield, Ky
J Caro, Ky.
W. II. BINGHAM Mawaore.
European plan. Enlarged and rel'urniaheu.
Pi ioea aeoording lo liie und loca
tion of room).
OOMnmni, Ti LLnmaon.NO
R.I liuthsn.N 0 G 11 Hill. Miss
T L Kind n, Mi" J M Peewell, Tonn
SPW itheriaglon.TennJ M Farmer, Misa
1) Wurliberaer, Ohio J M Lowe Miaa
T R 11 ri er, Miss M V Rose, Mis)
11 K .lohnioo, ATI JJljaii, mi
A Whaat a) A w. Tenn F Jones, Miaa
J T Hnyo), Arc J B Chaplin, Ark
T U lllrlu, Ar 1 ii truoKor, aiiaa
M M Morrow, M as 8 Rojs, Ky
J R Rison, Tenn Mi" N Rison, Tenn
W IIGilibs. 'Ienn K B Smith, Ark
K A StanUeld, Ark W U Gregg, Tenn
J B Fuller, Tenn Mr) A E Davis, Tenn
Mr) A L Davis, Tenn 1 A Siitrump, Mil)
J II Batei. Ark J N I ewis, jrk
J G Moore. Ark W M Scott, Tetn
PT For ythe, Onio J B Boiier, Mo
J L Button, Mias C H Swoolo, Imjo
G 8 Rngere, Neb L Hell, Tenn
fllrowo.Tonn J Gentle. Mo
W K IlroadyAw.Tenn O lUior, Neb .
J W Price. Ark M 0 Fisher, M'M
l.i reig. Term - J B Wibbott), Tenn
WBGibba, Tenn : V? D Wilson, Tonn
S A Carter, Tenn W lniiinn, Tenn
W Kirby, Tciin Kl Jackson. Ienn
G 1) Evans, 'J enn T Tiinian, Tenn
E Stephen!, Turn J Wheeler. Tenn
K Caldwell, 'I'euii I K rby, Tenn
Jus Whee'er, Tenn D Karris, Tenn
J 8 Wilkrraon, Mil) M W Wellborn, Mil)
W W Shildu), Tonn K Y Thomas, 'lann
Jas Watiron, Miss J D Tucker Aw, Miss
J M Goodwin, Ienn J II Leslie, T. nn
C l.cn ir, Tenn DC Ward, Miss
J M Wnrd, Mlsl Miss 0 Ward. Mis)
Mis) tllie Ward, Mils Mis) A Colti'un, Misl
(1 Dolluiann, Tenn B Franklin, Tenn
M Hnirell, Tann (1 8 liar.lv, Tenn
C P Hardy Aw, Tenn Mies A Harris, Tenn
J Ro.eufleld. Tenn D 0 Shctier, Mo
I' White, Tonn E B Williame, Tenn
W U Laiimer, Tenn L 8 Kobinaon, Tonn
B V Mathews, Tonn W A Kioh.rdfon, N Y
T II M lone, Mii R M Wright, Tenn
J II Stafford, Miss.
Ko. 61 and 63 Madicoa street.
BOWLES A LbAKrl, pRnraigTOU.
UitM 12 tn day, day board SJU per ...
P A Thompaon. Tonn Th',1 E Edward, Tenn
W A Dry. Ion, Tenn J S Conk, Ky
5K Merrill. Ark M" M Owen, Ark
R Tirea. Mo J W Wooley, Mo
JDCaruthera, Tenn Ed Freeman, I-d
no llorderson, NY O M lloshuek, IndT
AG lleiterburon.Tenn C Tichronr, Tenn
David Johnen, Mil Win Akin. Mi
M saMsys, Mi" (1 II Knox, N Y
C E ig), Md J H lletirv, Aik
MM Green, La T 11 Fleming, Ga
C A Finloy. Ky . II Tnompson, Tenn
Miss F Whit. Ark Mi.9 M White, Ark
Mr- II K While, Ark II U-van, Tonn
(' M Robinson, Ga Ed Fulton, Ark
Mi.-J Kirk i.nl, Ark J 11 liroenRO, Mo
W M llsys, Tenn H 5'nntt-oiuery,Tenn
C rinni'dera, Toon T HI Williams, JWo
OH Fuller. Mo J J Karr, N Y
. E Cole, La 11 Murria.'.La.
Dnflj'e 1 nropenn Hotel,
Corner of Adams anil Main slrcet). Room),
6'o, Too and il n r day : American Flan,
' tfl per day.
Firt-c1nM Resttiurant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (lu year with Peabody Hotel)
J L McFarland, Mo L P Willian.jr.,Tenu
F M Bmith, 111 .? W Scary, N Y
W I) Oleary, Tann R H Murroll, Tenn
W C Lumnor. Ienn Y W Ghisen, Pa
A Anderiuin, P. J P McNecly.Tenn
J W "c.Voely, Tenn A P Tallow, Tenn ,
T L Binehain, Tenn J M Innes, Tenn
P G Meath. Tenn R A Davidson, Tenn
M Wnl.h, T-nn 8 K Golasby. Tenn
G W Ireland. Tenn M T Baine. T.i n
6 W MRnheimer.OhloT MeGreab. Tex
8 L Ci ekroit, lena L Huchre. Tenn
.T W Ponnell, Tona N T hotwll, Mo
SBCu'ter, Tonn ' K L Runner, Tenn
I Din.y, Ark Mr. M K llamiiloo.La
sK illiam-. La JO l'rirkey, Tenn
G II Brooks, To no O Brown. Tenn
J Fa'nier, Tenn FCin ons, Mo
T L IHnahain, Toan R I'ickait. Tenn
T 11 Wssa, Ark K K Yeror, Tenn
J H Ryan. Teun Polley, Mo
T II Arinara.d, Tt.nn J H finjder. Ten
N D Hresn. Tenn J t 8inllw,.cd, Tenn
L M Maxnell, Ttnn w HUos. Ark
W G Paiker. M s 0 O Brown. Tenn
J Gain.y. Tenn Mii1) K I auglian.Tonn
W G Parker, lin T W Burses, Tenn
A JolniMtn, Ark J J ft tfl" rd. Tenn
L P Williams, T..nn r1 n Henry. Tenn
J h Stacy, Ark FJInna, Aik
W A lima. Ark A eby. Ark
A J MoDa-lJ. Mill Coker, Teun. '
Vlmalt!ittltlie form:il openinsr'W
the iiiiw J.).-kyi:lih-Hiu werehmd
in tlu ir pr.ii-., of the kv-i ienm fur-
..: i. . 1 I... ..... i x
nitihod 1'V Sjn-i lit.
t&"Tb firm of GOODBAR 4 CO. has been dissolved, and we have reorganised our interest in the Wholnsa-e Boct
and (Shoe Bnaineee, in connection with Mr. W. E. Love, lata of Warren, Love 4 Co., fit. Louia, Ma, and Mr... P.
Callicott, of Cold water, Miss., under the style of and firm name given below. We thank onr friends for their patronage
in tha naat and horja for a continuance of their favors. I A. B, GOODBAR
a as ciuinail. J.H.
Lata of Goodbar A Co.. Mem phi). Lata of Goodbar k lo., Memphis.
367 & 3G9 Main
Wa are now receiving large and Eailroly ifew Stock of Eastern and
Spring Trade of 1840, which we offer at itock Bottom Price),
Wa have EXCLUSIVE control In this
lowing lines rf CUSTOM-MADE Goods, all of whi-ih we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction:
George Hocker's celebrated Men's Calf Boota.
Brady 4 Shortell'i Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoea.
T. M. Harris A Co.'s Philadelphia made Children's Shoes.
Also, L. W. Nate 4 Co.'b Kip Brogans and Plow 8hoes
the best Brogana made in the United States heretofore
bandied by Goodbar 4 Co.
We are the only honse in this Market handling the cele
brated Krippendorf, Dittmsnn A Co. line of Ldia' and
MieW Kid, Goat and Calf CUSTOM Goods EXCLU
SIVELY, nnder the Fnofnrv Brnnrln.
ON FIEE !
Th3 Vater Exploding and
Along the Banks.
BQT The sight of a river on fire has
not been seen in the vicinity of
Memphis, but it is certain that the
Greatest Bargains in Clothing are to
be found at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 262 Second street.
It is now time to think of Spring
Clothing. Ponder well where you
oan buy it to the greatest advantage.
Who can afford to sell it the cheap
est? Where ought tho greatest bar
gains to be obtained? These are
questions that should be considered
by every buyer.
Bead the Answers in the Stars.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors can
sell you Clothing at Half Cost, be
cause we buy Clothing at II ili Prioe
The Misfit Clothing Parlors buy
nothing that they do not secure
at what represents a great sacrifice
to tho tailors who made the gar
ments. Low buying is the secret of
selling low. The Misfit Parlors sell
low bocause they buy low.
The Flowers that Bloom In the Spring
The spring flowers will soon be
hero. Prepare to dress to receive
them. The Misfit Clothing Parlors
Stacks of New Suits,
l'ilcs of Business Suits,
Tons of New rants,
Beautiful Spring Overcoats.
OUR STRONG POINTS t
First in quality; lowest in prices;
nothing but real, reliable clothing;
every garment carefully made.
262 SECOND STREET,
Opp. Court Square.
BfiTThe Wide-awake Great Low
82f AU alterations, to insure a per
fect fit, made free of oharge, by a
First-class Tailor. "tSffl
Ptfo. B14 3VXiix St.,
II u just received a lam atoek of tha
latest style) ot
CA8SIMEKES AND WORSTEDS
for Pants, which wawil1 make to order at
much lo) thao the usual tiricee. We n 1
make a awd all-wool r-auls lor Call
ami xinln"ii" (co-l". Also, a complete
line of UENTs' iUKNISU ING GOODS
lor tha cjidici season at our usual low
k. HEXIiXu, SO. 211 MAIS ST.
tAKJS Ksst-Ita CM'BUS and CI t.c.
J..f luiMnivii.ht veni
ri'o.l I uioit ot tha noted specialise i
( . -IV r., br-nclit. Cl'KED Bl8Kl.ri 1
thrro luotiins, rri then humireds o
other's by .,,ine procer-
succ-sfful hoioa troatinant. a-irr.s A.
VAOE, Ui East th tt., Kew York City J
W. . LOTS,
Lata oi Warren, Lot
and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn.
officeho. 24 high street.
oe maae vj any compeuiiK luurain.
market of the fol
ORGILL BROTHERS & CO.
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR BUTTS.
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOuR LOCKS.
PLAIN AND BRONZED SASH FASTENERS,
BOLTS, KNOBS. ETC.
A itOT lUUrLKTE STOCK OF
C"f Vt-xm-rr X3))orlptloxi.
James M. Ooodbw H na. 1.. Clark ttngtam J. CarrlnKloa rrank G. Jones
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to KERCntSTN OS IVY tba largest and beat stock or Coot) and Shoes wa
haro ever brought to this market, and which cannot be surpassed In qualitf and
stylos branr house In this or any other city. In addition to a oouiplete line of Eastern
made good), ineludin); the 1'Ka.BBttal HU towOllBAR CO. HKOUaMN. we handle
a lane and select atook of Custom-made Goods for Men, Women, Misses and Children. Wa
carry a number of the best makes in the country, ia ever, variety nd atjle, and among
them. the well known Men') Calf Moots and Shoe) manufactured ny Geo, Hooker for our
Hprina- Trade. V a alao carry a choioa line of Ladies' and Misses' Custom Kid, Goat and
Calf Goods, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman 4 Co. We invite tha trade t eiamine
our atook before baying elsewhere, and we guarantee everything we sell to give saiistactinn.
Strike the Iron While It's Hot.
In order to more nvr Immense etock we
make the following offer:
Good Straw Hat) at -25o, 35c 50c and 75o
Ex ra Cine Straw Hats at....il, tl 25, 11 50. li
Bmall Straw Bonnets, all oolora SOo
Extra Wide Brim Hats, tor country ...Xo
Beautiful Roses, all color), per doien 40o
Violets, per dosen 5c
Kxtra lino bunch's of Flowers 50o
Imp irted Frenoti flowers from -.41 to 15
walrlcli a lp (S In kaucta) lor 3o
fruits. Leaves, Htern, all kinds of ma
terial to make Aitifiotul 1 lower).
Bridal and Mourning Outfits
The Finest Assortment of DOLLS in the city.
Bats Rextiaprd, Fraificra Cleaned,
Uymi and Curled.
GOLDEN HAIR WASH by the small or
We Make a Spcclallj of Milliner,
Employing the beat hand) la the city, give
oar whole attention to it, and we defy com
petition in that line.
IMPORTER AND DSALES IN
(Jnug, Ammnnltion, Fishing Tackle
and Dase-Itall Uoods.
WHOLES ACE AND RETAIL.
824 Main Street, Hempnls, Tenau
Manufacturing and Repairing of Guni I
NOW 13 THE TIME TO CHANGE n ATS !
for the Sprini Hats have made th.ir
appearance, and aaAllalJi tn.ll KN. Tliw
II V) ).!, hu the Largeet Stock In the
city. They comprise all toe Larest Novel
ties thevareof the Best Standard Brands,
In all colors and knds. trorn the little baby s
hat to the old grandpa's- Yonng wen's light
colo:e-l Derbjs from II 60 op to 13 60.
sell a Derby for $3 50, suld everywere for tl.
A S on Derby for 83 OO.
A 00 Derby for 84 50.
A 83.00 Derby ror 8. 00.
mr Ladies espeoia'ly invitd to examine our
large stock ot Children's Straw Hats.
THE llATTfclt, 219 MAIN ST.
Importer and Dealer ia
Gnnw. t'lartliiK Tackle aad Nporla.
it,, it 'a auiiilie aw Kpcc'.l attention
gven to KAMJFACrUlUM and Kt--PAlHlNti.
IV SCuln ISi5IeniphlsJ,Tcnn
J. H. GOODBAR.
J. C. CALUCOTT.
k Co., BU Loai). Lata of Coldwater,
Cnstom-Made Boota and Shoes for
on aa liberal terms as can
We also control the following Specialties under onr
own brands, via:
Goodbar, Love A Co.'a Men'i Grained Calf CUSTOM-MADE
Bala, Bolton and Congress.
Goo-lbar, Love & Co.'s Men's N.K. Calf CUSTOM
MADE Bals, Button and Congress.
Goodbar, Love 4 Co.'s Ladies' Kid and Goat CUSTOM-MADE
Flexible Polish and Button 3 00 Shoes.
Onr Ladies' S3 00 Shs are made fmm the best se
lected Guracoa Kid and Tampico Goat Stock, and have
Solid Sola Leather Counters and Flexible Inner Soles
and we warrant them to fit and give perfect satisfaction
In evarr rrfrt.
Sweet Pickles, Etc.
(United Frnlt Pickled Granites,
SlnHed Frnlt Pickled Cneninbers,
Hlnired trail Pickled Pepiiera,
Ittnfled Frnlt Pickled lliaueoea,
nized Sweet Pickles,
Cross A Blneb well's I rtow-Cbow and
Plain Caenrnber Pleltles by tbenall.
Otber brands of Plain and Mlsed
Pickles lu Glass aad Olives.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
Corner Mecond and Beale SU.
And Ice Cream Manarattnrcrs.
TLX. I. 13 A. X XjIPF,
French Chemical Works
58 Jefferson Street.
MANUFACTURES SYRUPS OF ALL
FLAVDKS. which he oOora at the low
price of 93 cents aa-nllou, of any kind of
flavor. Quality and purity guaranteed. Ice
Cream manufacturers will find all kinds of
Extracts and trait Colorings at a very low
John Otirtox, Jr. C. N. Urosvinor.
OVERTON & GKOSVEKOR,
Real Estate Dealers
A.UENTN at BROKJEKS,
Office, 264 Second Street.
U, B. Cor. BMOsMl and Jourt,
MEMPHIS, a a s TEMESSES)
RFAL EfiTATI BOUOHT AND BOLD.
Taxea Paid. Rent) Collected, ete.. ea
Board of Underwriters)
Msmpbih, Trkh., April 14, Vm.
WE, the underaigned Atents and recre
taries of the various fire Insurance
Companies, doina business in Memphis,
T.nn., hereby agree to close onr res i-s-.-tive
offices at 5 o'clock p.m., between thediitrs ni
April 19, 1886. and September 1, 1886, a) hat
heretofore been onr custom :
MUBPHY MUuPlllj AscnU.
VANDiSKBILT INsf. CO.
C. HAS-rN i SONS. Agent).
M l PHIS CITY FI UK 4 OKN. Kb-. CO.
PLANTERS FIRE A MARIN 8 IS. CO.
W. II. KK?INEIY, Secretary.
W. H. Mi'OFK, Fecretary.
J F. DUN-COMB, Secretary.
T. H. RICK A CO. , .
PKOPLKS INrf. CO., Memphi.', Tann..
W. L. Carkcr, focretsry ani Ateat.
JAMFS K. BEAbLEY, Becrftnry.
'REEN A HEA8I.KY, Agents.
Wrl. U. HULLKN A CO.. Agant).
1IOVK INS. CO.
MARX A HENSDORF, Agent).
THUS, w KLLFOKU.
PHOENIX FIRE A MARINE XS3. CO.
EDWARUBUURNE A CO., Agent.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Importer) and dealer) In psiffctftlder)'
M lion end FUhlnsr T'Aetls and A
M?,wRrfl.!oMlotols and Residences,!
Bain slreet, Memphis, reaa. Ele-.19,
supplies alwaya on hand-iaRepalrtno-""
SIlEi & McCAHTlIY.Fopr''
140, 112, 144 Front, iewpliis.
f AUK OB TUB LAR6 fiT WHpfu
V. in tiie South, sod .'e;
Poller aBd 8e-lrj V'Jlo.i.
war rf eeery tr,Cl
attsnUoa rma t1iklttt", ork'