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RilLKOAD TOE TELE.
Loarni.f ew OrleaB and Te iu R'j
MMHhlSSlM VALLa,r KOITR.
In Effect November C, IMS.
FAST WAIL. oouih.1 North.
4:00 B.m 11KI0 a.a
S:M p. ml I: a. a
: p.ml 5: .
l.KO a. ml 1:18 e.m
3:41 a.m 12:16 e.m
6: a.m :.V 'm
:il a.m 1 :42 p.aa
: p.m t:3U p.a
Uoith. I North.
lWnu taw j'
fj m ton f
14 MOD KoQgQ "
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Hoapala.. . '.
in R-(m d
ll:r2ao'al 1:45 p.B
I:4A p. a ll:iv a.m
T:1A p. ml 7: .m
v icisbnrg .
A-WIta all Hbm nurint ilemphli.
S-Wilh M. N. W. R. R. torflalaaa.
U rot UrMBTill and HonUnton, aad all
P-Wlth V. A " V 8. k P. Rallroadf,
B-Wiih N., J. C. R- R. for tfalchai aad
F-For Hoiau tba Braart.
6VithUamar far Boa Sara.
A-With railroad! airargiaf lor Florida aad
Pallmaa finfet RlMr( Canoa all tralai.
JAB. M. KDWARUB.V. P.aadUM.
U. BURKB, Otnaral Sap'l.
I.J.hNAI-.. P. A.
. Waaaiiaroa, D.C.,1
U.m.. April 29, ltts. I
IaJicationt (of Msmpbii and rlcin
Ity: Cooler fair n eatlier. Bias cres
cent, reJ crearwit,
For rmMM'ani (A OUo Faibv;
arm rr toulherty mindi with rain, fol
lowed by COoifr tvairtty windt.
a-fm-T'-r 1 Kort.
Mmriis, TiKlt., April 28, ISM.
time. Bar. Thw. Wind. Wilier
7:00 .m. 29.740 61.0 8.E. Oloady
11:00 a.m. t!D.6!U 6V.0 N. ! Fair
8:00 p.m.'. 9.t)fi0 71.0 N.W. Fair
7:00 p.m. IW.flia 72.0 Calm. G:ear
10:00 p.m. W 4177 6H.0 8 E. Cleir
alaximum temperature, 76.0.
Minimum temjierature, 5it.0.
Ozod, 11 a m., 0.
All observations are taken on 75"
meridian timu,whicb is one hour luster
than local time
la the t'olloa Hfaloa.
Signal Siitice, TJ. R. Aiwt,
April 28, 188S-5 p.m.
division cf Wlegrami and rtpoits (or
the benefit (ft commerce and agricul
ture. Cotton region bulletin (or the
twenty-loMr boars ending April ?8tb,
6 o'floob P.m.
"V"D- "riisig p
iuot- v r
Memphis 75 60 .01
Nashville 60 5!) .21
Grand Junction... 72 57 .01
Corinth h,.i 71 I 67 I .03
TuBcnmbla CO 00 .54
Decatar 68 60 .00
6cottsboro..M... 03 66 .70
Batesvllle 72 60 .04
Hernando 74 63 .00
Grenada...... 72 68 1.30
Arlington 78 50 .00
Brownsville...-. 77 68 .00
Milan....... 77 50 .00
Paris... ............... 74 -H .CO
Covington 77 59 .00
Dyersburg... K5 6(1 .01)
Bolivar......... 74 67 .00
Holly Springs 71 67 .01
O(ord 72 00 .15
Patus........ . 1382 1000 3.10
Means 73 67 .1)1
15 1' I
Dwraicrm. gg-? g,
a a a o C.
Wilmington 70 fiO .2r.
Charleston 70 61 ,8"
Angotta. 77 62 .30
Savannah 7k (14 l.:)
Atlanta. 7t 61 .54
Montgomery.... 73 69 1.73
Mobile 74 6'J 138
New Orleans. 78 61 1 44
Galveston K3 68 .05
Vicssburg 74 59 1.20
Little Rock 78 Mi .03
Memphis 73 67 .1(1
Bums... 91 717 9 32
Means " 76 00 .7H
Ilaccs next week.
The grand jury w ill meet to mor
row. Colgan's benvllt takes place to
morrow. No boH ball in tbo Southern
Tho Criminal Court w ill not meet
again until Saturday.
Rare home talk is becoming more
"numeroua" every day.
Fans Hadden was expected home
irom ltiloxi last night.
The picnic suaaon proniiais to
bloom like the flowers in apring.
A grand iiicnlc will bo given at
Kstival I'ark Friday night. The ma
nic will bs (urnished by Croce llros.'
Licenws to marry were issued
yesterday to Wm. Heatie and Joaio
Oahill, J. It. Roberts and Ella Turner,
Jas. t. 1'artridge and Mary A. Con
nors. The Ijidies' AM Society o( the
Church o( the iool Shepherd will
give a soiree, to-night at the residence
of Mr. Fred. Brooks, No. 157 Fourth
An alunn'of fire was sent in at 1 :20
p. m. yesterday ,.om box 35,
caused by a little Uhuo at 510 Vance
Htrect, a vacntrt (rame. Tho losn was
t : ifling.
It U reiHirtednhnt W. E. Cronby
will he hero wtyri Itiibinsou's circus
next Monday aft a blower (or the sido
show. Numerous anxiousfriends will
await him. ,
1 Chief aSis has received a letter
inquiring1 Robert F'oster, who has
been mifng (rom Ijiwrem-eville, III.,
since StJj'inber. He is about fifty
two yffit old. light conip'ected, ha r
Bpriir)tled with gray.
Moore, tlie lookkeeper of the Tel
ephone Company, who disappeared
, w9l suddenly IMonday, has not yet been
'eard of. There, is a possibility that
he committed suicide, as he told one
Jf his friends that be was tired of liv-
ing and thought it would be the best
thing he could do.
The Southern Express Coiupary
has given notice of withdrawal of
service between St. Loais and Tex
arkana over the Iron Mountain, but
still 'lias two admirable rontt's, one
over the Kanwis Ci'y, Springlield and
Memphis, and another over the Ixm
isville, New Orleans and Texas by
way of Kansas City.
As will ba seen hv reference to
our telegraphic ilispiitihes tliis morn
ing, a new comet has been discovered.
Itin said this bissiug, s cthing mii.-s of
' .nothingness is minus a tail. iVrhsps
iu tailship is on a strik.i, in sympathy
with the Missouri Pacific railroad
men. A comet without a tail is what
a luanipolatorof the silent messengers
of thought would call a "wrong-font"
Last evening, at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. John Russell, 7 Hadden
avenue, their daughter, Miss Josie,
and Wm. ft-Mie, were united in mat
rimony. The Kev. Wm. Walsh otli
rUted. Alter the ceremony their
friends participated in the festivities
incident to such occasions, Numerous
presents were given. Among them
were a silver castor, by Mr. Clarence
Nelson; china set, Mr. and Mrs.
O'ltonnel; silver pickle-dish, Miss
Nellie O'Doimel; silver pickle-stand,
Mr. Fenton; water-set, Mr. Mercer;
p'nsh key bracket and match case,
Miss Minnie O Donnel; linen Uble
rloih, Mrs. Looley; set of napkins,
Miss Steele; water-set, Mrs. Cashen;
fancy tidies, M ss Cora Dewey; wine
set, Messrs. Bohen and Baker; crazy
cushion, Miss M. Morrissey; silver
napkin-rings, Mr. and Mrs. Nardi;
bedspread, Mrs. N. Holly; linen band
kerehk'fH, friend ; cologne stand, Miss
Nelly Murray; fruit bowl and dishes,
Messrs. Mallalieu and Leech; water
set, Misses Molly and Maggie Hay;
silver castor, Mr. and Mrs. Couch;
water-set, Mrs. lavis.
Sole A rents for Horace R. Kelly
te.'t Key West Cigars.
The trade supplied at New York
prices. A full assortment constantly
on hand at the following stands con
trolled by us: Gayoso Hotel stand,
Peabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
weekly. L bamelson co.
ROUSING BAIlU.UJiS TO-DAY
EMBROIDEEIES iNU LiCES.
MEKES 1'D COMl'lNY.
Every lady is respectfully urged
to ice our Grand Display of Swiss
and Mull Flouocings, Skit tings
and All-Overs, undoubtedly the
most extensive exhibition ever
attempted in this vicinity.
THIS BIG NILE
Com; rises the Latest Importa
tions and the Newest Patterns,
all rfTrred at price) far below
20,000 yards Swiss Edgings and In
seriiDgs, at 6c ind 10a a yard.
1000 pieces beautiful wide Swiss
Flouncing, at 35c and 50; yard.
250 pes extra wide Swiss Skirtings,
at 76c a yard,
100 pieces extra fine Swiss Skirt
ing, It yards wide, at 1 15 to 1 2
a yard ; elegant choice goods.
500 pieces All-Over Swiss Embroid
ery, at 95c to f 1 (5 a yard.
15(0 pieces sfsarUd Bwlea and Mull
Embroideries, at lac to -luo a
Lace flonnclngs and Skirtings.
Wo have over $20,000 worth ol ele
gant traces, ranging in price
from 25c to $12 60 a yard.
Special IUrsaios to-day In
Wide Lace Skirting at $1 15.
Wide Lane F.onncingat 75?.
Medium Lace Flouncing at 30c.
Again we urge the 'ladies to at
tend this unprecedented, nn
c quilled and unparalleled Em
broidery and Ltce sale. To-day
with Lac as and Embroideries,
we offer eojne live bargains in
W1IITE DBESS GOODS.
At 17c plain white French Mull.
At 22c elegant (genuine Paris) In
At 75a yard-wide All-Linen Cam
bric. At 17c plaid brccided India Lawn,
Also til lines of
Batistes, Cambrirs, Striped and
Piald Malls, Persian Lwrs, Linen
d lnde and ruincojks.
Beautiful Cole red and White
Embroidered Robes in Boxes,
Many of them our own imporla
tation. Only one ol a color, snd
guurcn'ee that nothing similar will
be offVrid (or sale in Memphis this
(.'HEAT MILLINERY DRIVE.
We have about 500 Id (mis' Muslin
Caps, slightly toiled, wh!ch we
will sell to-day at 6c, 10c and
lc eacn, also
Baby Bonnets, in floe lace and env
broidery, marked lower.
Ladiss' Bonnets, trimmed to order,
Children's Sai'or Hals, 25c.
Misses' School Hats, trimmnd, $1.
Large Ban Had, all at 253.
SPECIAL GRAM) BARUAIX.
250 pairs Ladies' Hand-Sewed Kid
Shoes, at $2 60 a pair. Every
novice knows the real value of
these shoei; this is not more
than hslf value.
A EN K EX ASD C0SPANT.
Exe'clleuce nntt C'nah
Ire tbs secrets of Mullord'e success.
MEMPIIIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1SSG.
Mrs. T. W. WiLKinxos of Ixve's,
Mississippi, is visiting her aunt, Mrs.
John li. Bo wen, on Marshall avenue.
At a meeting of the Board of Trus
tees of the Memphis Hospital Medical
College yesterday afternoon, Ir. T. J.
Croffurd, who had been unanimously
nominated by the faculty, was elected
to the chair of physiology in said col
lege. Ttiis is a distinction worthily
conferred, and his unanimous election
indicates that the faculty and trustees
appreciate his merits and the valuable
services which he has rendered the
college as demonstrator of anatomy
for the past three years. While the
appointment is generally approved
by the profession, it will Ihj exceed
ingly gratifying to his friends and the
public, auiongrwhom his professional
skill has built tor him a large and lu
raneerk Mtxt Wck.
The Moxtrts have decided to give a
concert at their iiall, 207 Main street,
Lee building, xttxt Tuesday night,
charging 60 centt (or admission, the
proceeds to go toward liquidating the
indebudnisi of tbe (ormer organiza
tion. This will afford tbe many friends
aad admirers of tbe society an oppor
tunity to place the Mczarti on a solid
and firm foundation once more, free
(rom any burdensome indebtedness
and at the same time listen to a de
lightful musical programme. Under
aa economical management, tbe so
ciety is contracting to new debt! and
the income is more than sufficient to
defray all expeneekj thus enabling
them tolayaaice a small surplus to
meet the payments m old notes. It
wou'd be deplorabledfar music-loving
Memphis to allow thhi Mpzarts to fall
through on iccount kf a small debt,
fjr which the preserik orgaaiEition was
in no sense respons hie, when a little
timely assistance from-all would wipe
out ail old tore! and g've tbemas'art
which would lead to musical triumphs
such ss Memphis hat never yet wit
nessed. Tickets will' be on tale at va
rious business-honsej, sn1 tbe limited
capacity of tbe ball shou d be tsxed to
G. W. D. Ryther aad wife ti C. E.
Gebhardt, trustee, to secuie S. A. Poil
in the sum o( $200,'lot 6, block 6, 2 ox
116 feet, oa Alabama street, Fort
J. W. Herring aid wife to T. J. Her
ring, trustee, to eeenre C. L. Herring
in tbe sum cf $550, 221 89 100 acres in
Eighth Civd Dittrict.
William Murray and wife to Sarah
J. Flynn, part of lot 9, Sieppy subdi
vision, Washing! n street, (or $450.
Stephen A. McGinnis snd wife to
J. L. Sharp, part of lot 8, b'ock 61,
Turley sraet, Fonrteenth District, and
west half of lot No, 176, Main street,
Henry A. Montgomery to Brooks,
Needy & Co., part of block 23, west
side of Ma n street, 25x150 (eet, fcr
J. O. French and wife to M. B.
Trtztvattj truatee, to seenre X. B.
Treisvartt in the sum of $750, lot 10,
north side c( St. Paul street, Trzi
vant'ssuhdivlsion. Jobs T. Willins et ux. to M. B.
Treravant, trustee, tr seenre T. B.
Trrzvant in the snm ol $1609 40, lot 1
and toutb. hslf r.( lot 2, Tresevant's
subdivision, Orleans and Ss, Paul
Robert Baz'ehnrst and wife t M. B.
Treuvant, Mrni.ee, to secure T. B.
Trezevant iaho sum ot $5tf, lot mo.
, Trtzivant's subdivision, north si da
ol St. faul street, -50x150 feet.
T. B. 1 relevant and wits to Lizzie
0, Willins, lotsl, south t.a f of lot 2,
snd west 10J feet of lot 4, Trezavant'a
subdivision, Orleans and St. 1'aul
streets, for $:504 10.
T. B. Trezevant et nx. to L.
King, lot 7, north side St. Paul street,
60x150 feet. forl0:0.
8ks ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and Laundry on fifth page.
Kaisominino telephone 609, A. Mc
Neil. Lemons and Bananas a specialty.
JUUNSON A UU1NNE, 252 Front.
MbmphibStainkd Glass Works, 236
Third street. Call and see.
Send a post si to the Memphis Collir
and Cuff Laundry, 51 Main street, fc
call for your laundry.
Watson's Bitumen Concrete is abso-,
lute proof sgainst dampness, seepage
and rats. Telephone 933.
Have you a damp, unhealthy cel
lar? Watson's Bitumen Concrete will
make it dry and wholesome. Tele
Send to Memphis Floral Company
for list and price-current of plants.
Have largeetstock in town. Come out
and see for yourself. Sooth gate Elm
Thi "Serbal Chill Cure, tbe best
tonic and tl-prlodi known. A certain
and !' our, for chill". Prio 11 par bot
tl. Bond tOuii (cr elrcoUri. Any raf
ranr gixan. (Addrail John 0. fiaokar,
Fine Watcb h pairing at Mnlford'a.
Order IrledalSHt BInllord'f.
, , ,,
Coapra aad Carsrasra at W. K.
EUwarda V Bros.' pilablrttae oaly
place la the rlty that haa them.
Trlrphoae Ordra promptly attend,
d ta. vylephoDra Koa. 60 and 70S.
Solltl (silverware at Itliilfortl'a
California seedlings, at Specht's.
Slossogram ItanKlont 9f iiITord.
Tut river at this point is stationary,
marking 34 feetO inches by theguage,
or S5 leet 7 tenths above low water
mark. The river is now 1 foot 7
tentlis above the danger line and 3
tenths below high water of 1882.
New Obxxahs, April 23. Night
Departed: Thomas Sherlock, Cincin
nati. Loi'isviiAB. Aoril 28 Niaht River
falling, with 7 feet 2 incnes in theS
canal and 6 feet on the (alia, Business
dull. Weather clear and ccoler.
Cincinnati, April 28. Night River
13 (eet 8 inches oa tbe gauge and (rdl
ing. Weather clear and pleaant De
parted: James W. Gaff, Memphis;
Golden Rule, New Orleans.
Cairo, April IB. Night River 89
feet 7 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather clear end warm. Arrived:
Mary Houetcn, Cincinnati, 4 p.m. No
departures of re.ul.r packets.
St. Loris, April 28. Night River
fell 1 iucb, and now s'snds 21 (eet 4
inches cn the gauge. Weather clear
snd w arm. No arrivals r( regu'ar pack
et!. Di-parted: Oakland and barges
and City of S:. Louis, New Orleanr.
II. LOU I..STEI. dBROS:
Great doting Oat Sale or
LADIES', MISSES', CHILDREN'S
An epprrf unity is now offered to
purchass Nsw, Choice Shoes, (or
. Maaarartarer Cask
To dsy and throughout the week
weofler Two Special Drives in
These have justarrived and will be
on exhibition (or tbe first time this
100 pieces Mall Skirting, (all 45
inches wids. sold everywhere at
$1 and $1 55. We offer at 85a.
150 pieces Mall Skirti g, 45 inches
wide, very choice goods, and
would be cheap at $1 25 and
tt 50. We ofler this lot at $1 a
150 dozen All-Linen Damask Tow
els, six 2x45 inches, at $1 95 a
dozm, or 16c each.
200 doz stripe d Turk iehBathTowelr,
aits 22i45 inches, extra value,
and well worth $3 adczsn. We
offer this lot at $1 85 por dozen.
Gents' Famishing Goods.
Fall Regular Balbriggan Suits
(Bhir's and drawers), in Tans
and Drabs, st $2 50 a suit
Best Unlaundriel ShirU made, at
75c, $1 and $1 25.
Ladies' Ganzs Vests, from 35s to $1.
D ill Drawer', 50j and 75c a pair.'
All-Linen Collars, $1 53 a dozen,
AH-Linen Cuffs, $3 a dczsn.
Tba Hew Uayaao,
PARRINQION, STEWART A WHITE,
Rates, 2 50 to $4 per dr according to loca
tion of roomi.
8 n Uorner, Ark M 0 Wheeler, Mo
C r-dmidt, Mo M A Adier, N V
J D Ilendenon, Oa W D Wnod. ArK
W 11 Carlton, Mim rtuv ion.hy
N W Moore Aw, Ark D P Oliver, Ind.
o Y Mrona. ind
K 0 Jnhntnn. Kr
n Millrr. Ark
L E blibaah w,
R N Mitchell, Tean
W Crawford, Tcnn
N rj Shaw.Tenn
0 h Loop, Tenn
K 11 Bate, Mnn
0 Chrliman, Mn
a K H'ekwoll, Mo
R L Marble, Ark
T 8 Joneri, Ark
B M P.rry, III
Mie Byers, Tenn
R II Ewell. Tenn
G Ror-kwell, Trno
11 D Bradley. Ohio
C G Hooper, N V
Thnrlei Weston, N
R T Harris, Mo
J II Brown, Ark
K K Davis, Ark
W. H. BINGHAM MASioaa.
European plan. Enlarged and refurnished.
Prioei according to tise and loca
tion of rooms.
R M Borrr, rhieaa-e A B Greenle, Misi
T P rh.uib-rs, Ark II 0 Ilny'e, Mis
PTr.oy, city O P Olark. Viit
H WKuilliDgs, Va J K Powell, Mo
J Donnelly, Mo R O Johnson. Mo
A R Anderson, Mo W A Elliott, Miss
K N Rhodes Aw. Miss W C Bell Aw, Tenn
J W James, Mies B Cammack.Miss
7. A Mc-Oleeran, Tenn 8 E Doudy, Tenn
Henry Banks, Mirs C C Perkins, W ins
J C rtasbrouKh, Miss E ti Johnson, Tenn
Jim Smith, Tenn J Lindnay, Tenn
W N Uannos, Ark Mrs J Kluger, Md
W T htr.tton, Ark J S Drirer, Ark
K I. Smith, Tenn W II Thomas. Tenn
A Dalinolega. N Y Mrs .1 E Wells, Ark
H L Davis, Miss . T F Pnt'ersnn, Ohio
P J O'haughlin. Ark Mrs M McCleary, Miss
C. B. GALLOWAY A CO -..PBorRiiToa.
Rates (2 50 and S3 per day, aennr ingto
tiit and location of room Special
Mux Humner, 111 HS Shaw, Tenn
C U Vance, Miss 0 D Schwarti, Tenn
J B Romans, Ark A 8 Perk, III
O II Hlell, NY J K TefJl, Mo
W A Sw.ny, jr. N Y D II Llewellyn, N Y
J W Johnston. NI (i Y Yerby, N Y
K J llunde. Mim W H Dear. Mall
VPS Woolridre, NY W T Townes, Va
-K M lon&r.l, Mist w II 'Jrorhy, oa
H A lWon. Ga
Miss M Dial, Ark
9 Howen, Tenn
Mrs J li Dial, Ark
Mis. R Jackson, Ark
II W Bradley. Kv
J f McGregor, N Y A Anderson, Mini
P Unlloran, Tenn C B Clnrke, Miss
ROlUnrn, Mo Mr J U Moran, Mich
Mrs If Seiamcs, Tenn Miij W D Beard, Tenn
Miss Vhnmplon.Tenn T J Latham Aw, Tenn
Maj BJ Seuimes.TennMiss K Milltr. Tenn
aire 8cm mei, Tcnn J M Semnies Tenn
Mrs J Wilkerson.TennS G Marshall, Mo
A A Dye Aw, Mo Hose Smith, Mo
Dafly's Entopeaa Hotel,
Comer of Adams and Main ttreetj. Rooms,
60c, 75c and II per day : American Plan,
$2 per day.
First-class Restaurant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 years withPeaoody Hotel)
A A Shnrr, Mist H W Parker, Tenn
A Johnson, Ark J K Rtivy, Ark
8 1) Kenny, Tenn D S Wolf, Tenn
T O Connor, Tenn K T Hall, Ark
J N Teatue, Tenn
D A Downing, Mall
A T Williams, Kf
J M Cote, Ky
8 J Pool. Mo
(1 A Miller, Oa
P a MeaOi. Tenn
A Klyne, H Y
CT -Williams, Ind
J A Marions, S O
C Abel, ti
Mrs i 11 smith Ac, Ua
A J Dunn, Miss
P J Malcom. Ind
W P Cope, Ky
R M Smith. Ark
0 II Miller, Ga
W K HoK.rls, Mist
C C Wildinan, Ark
W H Cherry. Mo
A Jamison, 111
S Nathcus, lenn
Kos. 61 and S3 Maditoa street.
BOWLES A LKAKK ...Proi-riktou.
Rat as $2 1 er any, day board t3 per
W H Anderson. Ky R A Campbell, Misi
W A Dry.ten, M.ss Miss Lil.ie Maker, N Y
K W Horlgra A w.Ark E K Lera, Tenn
Miss K lluwsrd. Miss llillie Akin, Tex
J J WoodrutT. Tex C B Anderson, Tens
II K Brae, Tenn Mia. M Dukes, City
M i-eNeia Mi'lor, City J B Finley. City
M R Green. Tex
C G Can. Tax
G Hall, Ark
T E Armour. Mo
R II Johnson, Pa
C K Turker, Kaa
F A Fullon, Ark
H A Small, Pa
t L Dickson, city
F H MaLird, Tena
II M Hurler, N Y
G E Burtett, Pa
M Ccoler. Mo
Mrs 11 Donaldson, La
J B Jones, Mo
0 E Del ton, N Y
net Katleelir at Laaroa
Says Specht's pure cream is the finest
in the city or United States.
Ofcflold and Sliver
Taken as caabkfnlford's' 294 Main.
3o In Ratledas aTjLJtaomaralaa fo
rear rtnaaalaa aad na-IIUac.
Mnlford, Jeweler, 24Ji4ln, so
locits orders (rom the eountry;
Memphis Floral To. haa the largest
stork ot plKaie la town. '
Ilavo Yotir Frenrli Clocks
Put ia order atjulford's, 294 Main.
o la Menirhl" Floral 4 'one pan y
for plaaiaaad plealy ol them.
gt" Tbe firm of GOODBAR 4 CO. bas been dissolved, and we have reorganised oor interest in the Wholesale Eoct
and Shoe Basinese, in connection with Mr. W. E. Love, late of Warren, Iove & Co, St. Louis, Mo., and Mr. i. C.
Callicott, of Coldwater, Miss., nnder the style of and firm name given below. We thank oar friends for their pstronse
in the past and hope lor a continuance of their favors. A. B. GOODBA".
o J. H. GOODBAR.
A. B. SOODIAa, J.H. tJOODBAR, W. F. LOVE, J. C. CALXICOTT,
LaUof Good bar A Co., Memphis. Lata of Goodbar A I o., Meaphit. LaUof Warren. Lore A Co., St. Loois. Late of Coldwater,
GOOB3SAR, LOTE Oe
367 & 369 Main
We are now receiving a large and En'lrelj JVew Stack of Eastern and
Spring Trade of 1886, which we offer at ttock Bottom Price,
be made by any competing market.
We have EXCLUSIVE control in this market of the fol
lowing lines of CUSTOM-MADE Goods, all of wbinh we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction :
George Hooker's celebrated Men's Calf Boots.
Brsdy A Sbortell's Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoes.
T. M. Harris ACo.'s Philsdelphls msde Children's Shoes.
Also, L. W. Note & Co.'s Kip Brogans and Plow Shoes
the best Brogans made in tbe United States heretofore
bandied by Goodbar A. Co.
We are the only house in this Market handling the cele
brated Krippendorf, Dittmann A Co. line of LtrileV and
Misses' Kid, Goat and Calf CUSTOM Goods EXCLU
SIVELY, nnder the Factory Brands.
ON FIRE !
The Water Exploding and
Along the Banks.
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
can buy it to the greatest advantage.
Who can afford to sell it the cheap
est? Where ought the greatest bar
gains to be obtained? These are
questions that should be considered
by every buyer.
Read the Answers in the Stars.
The Misfit Clothing Parlors can
sell you Clothing at Half Cost, be
cause we buy Clothing at Half Price
The Misfit Clothing Parlors buy
nothing that they do not socure
at what represents a great sacrifice
to the tailors who made the gar
ments. Low buying is the secret of
selling low. The Misfit Parlors sell
low because they buy low.
The Flowers that Bloom In tbe Spring
The spring flowers will soon be
here. Prepare to dress to receive
them. The Misfit Clothing Parlors
Stacks of New Suits,
Files of Business Suits,
Tons ot New Pants,
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.
86TThe Wide-awake Great Low
SS All alterations, to insure a per'
feet fit, made free of charge, by a
No. 12X4 XaXsala Bt.,
Has Just reoelred a large stock of tha
latest styles of
CASSIMERES AND WORSTEDS
lor Pants, which we wll' make to order at
mu"h lea than the usual prices. W, will
make a good all-wool panrs for Call
and eiamine our gn-ds. Also, a complete
line of GENTu'VllRNISHING GOODS
lor the coming season at our usual low
i. HEXTER, SO. 214 MAIN ST.'
"fkBAFN KMM lie C At 8KS and CI Kr.,1
p coe who wae deaf twenty-eiaht yeai
-rated by most ot the noted apecialisuil
d y with ne beneat. Ci aao biiibii.fi t
three month, and sinoe then hundreds ol
others by fame process. A plain, simple and
uocossful home treatment, audree 1.6.
PAGK,USEaatAtli&U,New York City J
and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn.
OFFICE No. 24 HIGH STREET.
ORGILL BROTHERS & CO.
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR BUTTS.
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR LOCKS.
PLAIN AND BRONZED SASH FASTENERS,
BOLTS, KNOBS. ETC.
A MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
Of Bvary Deaorlptlon.
James Soodbar Wm, I Clark Eng-ene J. Carrlnaton Crank G. Joaew
(Gf OODB AR & 0
BOOTS and SHOES
319 HJain Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to ERCHAKT. OSLT tbo largest at'd best stock orBoota aad Shoes wo.
have ever brought to this market, and which cannot ba surpassed in quality and
stylos by any house in this or any other city. In addition to a complete line of Eaatern
made goods, including tba t'SLLBKalKII OOOOHAH cV CO. BKOWANN, we handle
a largo and select stock of Custom-made Goods for Men, Women, Misses and Children. Wo
carry a number of the best makes in tho country, in erer. variety and stile, aad am otic
them Itha well known Men's Calf Boots and ghoet manufactured by Geo. Hocker for our
Bprinr Trade. Me also carry a choice line of Ladies' and Misses' Custom Kid, Goat and.
Calf Goods, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman A Co. We invite tbo trade to examine
our stock before buying elsewhere, and wo guarantee everything wo tell to giro satisfaction.
WMHK at CO
Stiike the Iron While It's Hot.
In order to move or immense stock wo
make tho following offer:
Good Straw Hate at .25c, 35c. 50c and 75
Ex'ra Fine Straw Hate at... .41, $1 25, $1 50. ti
Bmall Straw Bonnets, all colors. S0o
Extra Wide Brim Hats, for oountry.......2jo
Beautiful Roses, all colon, por dozen.
Violets, per doten ,
Buttercups, per doten
Carnation Pinks, per dnen
Eleiant Bunche- of flowers ,
Ultra r me bunco's or Flowers.
Inmorted French Flowers from..,
$1 to 85
OHirleli 'i Ipa 13 in banrb) lor . S5e
Fruits, LeSveti ftittmt, all kinds of ma
terial to make Artificial Flowers.
Bridal and Bfonrnlng Outfits)
The Finest Assortment of DOLLS in the oity.
Hate Reshaped, Feather Cleaned,
Jfjrvd and Curled.
GOLDEN HAIR WASH by tho small or
We Make a Specialty of Millinery,
Employing tbe best hands In tha oity, give
our whole attention to it, and we defy com
petition in that line.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IS
Ammnnitlon, Fishing Tackle
and Base-Vail Woods.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
994 Main Street, Besnpbla, Tenn;
Manufacturing and Repairing of Gunt a
NOW IS THE TIME TO CHANGE HATS1
for tbe Spring Hats have made their
appearance, and "AKII.1 tiliHK.V.Ths
lial'IKH, ha tho Largest Stock in tho
city. They comprise all tbo Latest Novel
ties: they are of the Best Standard Brands,
in all colors and kinds, trom the little baby'i
hat to the old grandpa's- Young men's licht
colored Derbys from II 00 up to 1.1 50. Wo
toll a Derby for S3 50, sold everywere for St.
A as 50 Derby for 8S.OO.
A as.ee Derby for S SO.
A $3.80 Derby for a.OO.
sr Ladies especially invited to examine our
largo stock ot Children's Straw Hate.
THE HATTER, 219 MAIN ST.
Importer and Dealer ia
earn, ri.hlna TsM-kle and Nporta-
asea'o Hnpplieo. mw Special attention
riven to. MANUFACTURING and RE-
41) Main M., Memphis, Tenn
Custom-Made Boots snd Shoes for
on as liberal terms as can
We also control the following Specialties nnder cor
own brands, vis :
Goodbar, Love A Co.'s Men's Grained Calf CUSTOM-MADE
Bale, 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 $3 00 Shoes.
Our Ladies' $3 00 Shaes are made from the beet se
lected Caracoa Kid aad Tampico Goat Stock, and have
Solid Sole Leather Counters and Flexible inner Soles
and we warrant them to fit and give perfect satisfaction-
in every reemeet.
Sweet Pickles, Etc
Stalled Fralt Pickled Oranges,
Staffed Fralt Flekled Caeamberw,
StnoTed Fralt Flekled Peppers,
SlnHed Iralt Pickled Mangoee,
nixed Sweet Pleblea,
Croea A Blaehwell's Cliow-Cbow and
Plain Cucumber Pickles by the gall.
Other brands of Plain and Mixed
Plcklea In eiaaa and Olives.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
Corner Hecond and Iteale Sts.
And Ice Cream Manufacturers.
X. 33 A. X ZiIF F.
French ChemiCiil Works
58 Jefferson Street.
MANUFACTURES SYRUPS OF ALL
FLAVobS. which he offers at tbe low
price of 95 cents atull.n, of any kind of
flavor. Quality and purity guaranteed. Ice
Cream manufacturer! will find all kinds of
Extracts and trait Colorings at a very low
Jobs 0vbios, Ja. C. N. Gaosvisoa-
OVERTON & GRQSVENQFt,
Real Estate Dealers
AGENTS Ot BBOKEUS,
Office, 264 Second Street.
. M. Oor. Second aad Ooart,
MEMPHIS, o e a TEJiSESSEEe
RSAL B STATE BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Taxes Paid. Rents Collected, etc., oa
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
Imrortert and dealers In 43an, Ammn
nitlon end Flahlntr Tackle, llnlldrre
Hardware, t.iecirie -ii ana
naaclalornfor Hotels and Residences, SS5
Haln street. Hetnpblis Tenn. Eletria
supplies always on hand.mRepairfn neatly
SHEA ft MCCARTHY, Propr's,
140, U2, IU Front, Memphis.
ONI 01 TBI LARGEST BOILER EHOPH
in tho South, and the only complete
Boiler and Saoot-Iren Works In tho oity.
Maaafaetnrera of heavy plate Iron
work or every deaerlptloa. SpeciaJ
atUntlos liven te planUilon work.
J.F. H0LST &BR0.e,
(STJCCSBBOBS TO O. H. BOLST A BBO.
230 MAES ST., MEMPIIIS.
A FULL and complete stock ef Wood and
Metallic Caeee and Caskets, Cloth-Covered
Caskets and Burial Robes always oa
hand, .asa-Orders by telea-raph promptly