Newspaper Page Text
V. V y
' e' i
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Loilgrll l,w Orleans and T xaa R'j
BUUIUirri VALltKT BOITB.
In Effect November 22, IfflB.
FAST MAIL. Ibouta. I I.
S:4S ft. m
A-WH all line! enuring ki.mr.hll.
S-Wlth M. A N. W. B. R. tor Helena.
O-For Oraanvtlle asd Huntington, as 1 all
Ark n b1 iii Miit4.
PWith V. A aYand Vu S. A P. Rallroada.
-With N., J. A 0. K. R. for atohea and
S-Tt Foiate oa the Braaeh.
-With iteameri for Bayon Sara.
A With railroads diverglas fur Florida sad
Pallaaa BufM Sleeping Caraoa all tralni.
JAB. M. VDWARDS, V. P.aodO..M.
kt. BURKE, General Sup't.
A. J-KflAiP. G.P. A.
llfMrtIMi4 Blaalaalppt Yal-
ey. freine bot u follows: No. I (tut
lta db) Imtm at 11 :S0 a.m. Re. 1 !!
M 11:49 pa. dallf. Bt. homl fBJt Una
Imtm dllr at : p.B. o. T ti". Una
Atllr) arrirM at liw p.B. MU aad ai-
prM am nr at :ma.a. Bb 1.0UU
tut HMarriTa dU at :0S a.B.
alia, Wlratlaahaaa aa4 AtlaiB-
tie-Ball BpriBii Routa Tralni botb aa
llewt: R.114TM liNnphUdBllT atl:45
B. I arrival at Hollf bpriofi at 6:30 p m.
fco. lluTM lMlj dnnnti dil at :00
a.B.t arriM at MBbii at )1 il6a.m. I No.
ClTuMBphladllr 7:80 p.B..arrim
at Hollj Hiirlnn at 11:6 p.m.i So. 6 leavai
Baal; Knrlnri doll at St90 a.m., arriTai at
mpbla at 6:36 a.B.
taslMlpBl anal 1uaM. Ft
nail Inta laavat dally at 4 :S0 p.B. arrival
at 6:46 a.a. Local fralfht Isbvm at 6:40
. a.B.i airiTBi at 4:30 p.m. Freight tralni
Kof. 6 and 6 ran trt weekly. No. 6leavei
aoiphia Header, Wadneidar aad Fridar.
Haaaphla aaal Llltla Roek. Tralni
aiora ai follawi (eantral Hand rd time):
Be. 1 learai dailr at 6:36 I'.ro.i arriei at
:Wp m. tin. llom lll:yii.Di.j arrive!
t6:S0a.B. Na 6 (frelilit) leave! Iloeneld
deilr (eiaept Bander) at 6:00 a.m.i arrive!
Hoaaphla aad 4'hnrlMloa Tralni
I ova ai ib'lown Tbrnnxh axpreii leavi
illy at 16:20 p.m. lAail and eipreii leavel
iii at :la m. bouisrvllle anoommoda
aiao leeve! daily, aioept tiundey, at 4:.'(0
p.m. Throauh eipreei arrlvoi ditilv at5:2!
am. Kail and eipre'l ar'ivel daily at 4 :66
5. m. Henierville aocommndatioa arrival
ally, aioept Sunday, at 6:30 a.m.
LaalaTtll and Haea villa Tralni
rmve ai fellowi I Vat mail arrival daily at
:W a.B.t laaval atl0:10 p.m. i Bail leave,
dully at 6:6U a.m. Brownvlla aooointro
atiom leavai daily. aioept Bundey, at 6:00
S.b.i Bail arrival dally at 6:0) p.m.
rowBfvilla lOoommode'loB arrive! daily!
aioept Suadav, at 6:40 a.m. (itandard time).
Vnir (liaaaaa Bprlaa;.
lei aad Mxmataila) Tralni leave M. and
T. depot aa ial awn No. 4, Kaniaa t Ity ei
rru, leav at 10:46 a.B. I No. S, Kaniei
City aipnwi, arrival at 8:30 p.m. No. 2,
Kaaiai City Bail, leave! at 6:00 b.b. No. 1,
Kaaiaa ffty Bail, arrival at 8:45 a.a. No.
tuHULaaii aad Cbloaeo enre'i. 'caret at
rOO p.m. i No. 1, Bt. koaii and Cbloaroai-
area, arrvel at 6:46 a.m. In aBeot Bunder,
la.m., April SO, 18K6.
IrjelicAttoni for Memphis and vicin
ity : Warmer fair weatlicr. Bine crcs
erait, rctl w,
For Tmnmrt and Ou Ohio VaUfy:
CoeUr mtUrty witids, fair weaihrr.
Hiaraia, Tiki., April 29, 1886.
Tim IBw. TLor.Wiud.WUer
7:00 a.m. KJ.S09 60.0 N.W. Fair
11:00 a.m. ft) 84(1 64.0 N.W. (1 car
8:00 p.m. llti.821 67.0 N.W. Cloir
7:00 p.m. !l).802 07.0 W. Olear
10:00 p-mX 843 62.0 W. Clear
Maximum tempcraturo, (!0.0.
Minlmntn temiKirature. 68.0.
Onorjfl, n a m., 1.
Ail beerratlonj) are taken on 75
meridian time, w bich is one boar faster
taaa loaal time.
....... tm taa Catlaa Kaclaa.
BianuL Bbbtici, TJ. 8. Armt.
April 2D, 1886-5 p.m.
DhrlslM ol toleurams and rrports for
the beatflt of commerce and agricul
ture. Ootton region bulletin for the
twenty-four honrs ending April JOth,
a o'clock p.m.
"TS. f?f I
Memphle.Mn.M.M. 60 F8 .14
Hathville... .... 75 63 .
Grand JancUon... 74 65 .
Oorinth 73 ti .00
Tnscnmbia aaaaaaa I 74 6(1 .
Decatur.... .......... 79 60 .00
Booltsboro.. 77 63 .(X)
Batoavllla 74 58 .00
liernanda.. ...... m 72 52 .00
Grenada. 75 15 .00
Arlington K2 64 .01
ErowneTillo..,.... 79 67 .13
Milan (HHIMII aaal 77 58 .00
Pri8... .... 76 44 .(0
UorinRton 7rt 67 .10
Dyeroburg, ........ 81 67 .03
Bolivar-.-....... 72 66 .
Holly Sprima 72 60 .00
Oxford 74 67 .00
., Sairs..a...'-.:.. 14S:l 1040 .30
MpaiKw.. 75 J 5 .02
. , " 1 1 i 1 1
"Wilmingtriii f5 m
Oharltwion ......... 71 61 .15
AaittutA. 71 67 73
Bvannfth... 78 64 .01
Atlanta.. 74 67 .GO
Montaonmr ...... 79 68 .L3
Mobile.. ........ 79 67 .05
New Orleina...... 80 60 .04
Galveston.. 83 61 .
Vicksbarg 79 68 ,
Little Rock 74 61 .12
Memphis...... 75 65 .02
. f!nnis.M 008 607 316
Mtn 76 68 .56
, CITY NEWS. '
Bates bojia Monday.
Motions will be hoard in the Gr
lt Court to day.
' Heavy rains have been falling to
Trains on the Valley road are
- Treasurer Green's benefit tokee
lace Wednesday night
The Orental Social Club will five
a arena picnio ai jMiival l'arx to
night. Iicensn te marry was irsue 1 yes
terday to Jacob Webber and Alary
rVeaMeiit Haddcn is witer-bound
At M'ilaon's Htulion, La , but is looked
for by every train.
Everything i moving a'onT over
tho Kanhai (Jity r a 1, in kjhUj ol bowl
ing and high wutor.
--Tbc Chancery Court was crowded
voeterday when the rcarceStigga 4
i'ettit care wan on trial.
An alarm bell, connected with
the fire telegraph, baa been put in
President Iladden's ollice.
Tlie (ierman Maifoat this year
prorniNes to bo a grand afloir, all the
arrannements are teing made on a
(. oi gooug scale.
Lwht flannelB were comfortable
yettterday, and the sunny si'le of the
street as decidedly preferable.
Tlie woman whom her hunbnnd
brained with an n in Fort Pickering
night before last .was reported dead
Justice rtiitU'nlfefg fined himself
110 yesterday for driving a mule with
a sore shoulder, on a warrant sworn
out before him by InneoUr Lane.
One of the attritions at the
Travelers' Concert will be the first
class home-made refreshments fur
niahed by the ladies of the Exchange.
Mr. C. B. Galloway rm-ived a dis
patch yesterday from Ira K. llride,
New Orleans, as follows: "Will ad
vertise Peabody as headquarters.
Have billiard hall fixed to sell pools
Frank Kgan, fireman of Engine
No. 4, was thrown hom the engine
while switching out of the way of a
streetcar, corner Main and Adams
street, yesterday, and received slight
Sheriff, Cannon yesterday received
a telegram stating that the United
States Court had passed an order re
quiring a 1 prisoners of the govern
ment in West Tennessee to be kept In
ths jail at Memphis.
In view of tho fact that the Exec
utive Committee to be selected at tho
indiciid nrirnariea next month will
hold all the Detnocatie primaries for
two years, great care should bo exor-
ciBuu in tueir selection.
Hurry Ijtrgtree, check-taker at
the Dimu Museum, was cut in tho ab
domen last night by Tom O'ltrion, a
colored man, who hud been icfused
admiHsion to seats reserved for white
people. Tho wound is not serious.
Neit Tuesday night occurs the
grand concert of tho Mozart Society.
Kurly sales of tickets indicate a full
house, and tho programme arranged
for tho occasion will mnko it a nota
ble, musical event. Tickets, 60 cuuui.
Detective Prydo will leave to
morrow for Kansas City to take chnrgo
of ex-Policeman Ixiveless, who is en
route to that point In chnrgo of Sheriff
Cluughton of Washington Territory.
Tlie habeas corpus proceedings failed
to effect bis release.
A Qradid Method for Oral Jiutirvc
(ton in English (Jrnmmar is the title of
a small volume by Mr. M. I). Morgan,
iirincipal of O'Fnllon School, St. Ixuis.
t is being largely Introduced in the
schools of thitt city. Mr. Morgan was
formerly a teacher in the public
schools of this city.
One of the tin-horn slice's in tho
Iloosicr SUtto siivs there's a man in
Posey county, llooppole township,
who has built himself a two-story
brici residense by picking up one
brick at a time. Marvelous! Tliero's
a Knight of the Stick and liulo in
Memphis who has built himself a
two story frame house by picking up
one type at a time.
8. R. Reed, pastor of the Provi
dence African Methodist Episcopal
Church, yesterday got out an iniiinc-
(inn t mi t II uf i Ilia UUi'lrtnn Itnunlm 1 1 1 nl-.ai
H" rs,tniiv mv THDvutl lKi:UMII milium
and against tho Memphis Baseball
Club in particular, to prevent the
playing of hall or any other garao in
the new park on Sunday, likely to iu-
venure wuu rcngioua worsnip.
At a meeting of tho Young Men's
Christian Association, held Tuesday,
the following directors were elected:
James Lee, vice Goorge Fox, resigned ;
J. P. Finney, vice S, (J. Toof, resiguod ;
L. II. Estos, S. W. Hampton andT. II.
Rice, re-elected. Among the projected
improvements of tlie association is
the engagement of a salaried secretary
of experience to push the good work
The monarch parlor sleeping-car
Rhoolopo is in the city, having brought
President lliggfl from New York. The
car is said to bo the most beautiful
structure on wheels, and has caused a
?:rcat sensation in railway and travel
ng c roles. It is open daily to visit
ors at tho Chesapeake, Ohio and
Southwestern depot, and Mr. Burton,
tho agent in charge, will be glad to
show it. Tho ladies nre respectfully
invited to examine tlie car.
Suit whs filed in tho Circuit Court
yesterday by John Donnelly agn nst
the Woodruff-Oliver Citrriiigo Com
pany and J. 0. Bell. Tho bill declares
that while the aflairs of tho company,
in viuicu no ib ii Biucaiioiucr, were in
tho hands of a receiver Mr. Bell
bought un a mnjority of tho stock, has
his own Board of Directors and has
sold SI A, 000 of nsets of tho company
toTonilin & rSelijes for 9)0. Mr.
Donnelly wants a voice in the man
Tho rensacola and Memphis Rail
road Company has commenced n sur
vey from Pcnsacola toward Meridian,
Miss., for permanent location. Thev
have a fu 1 corns of engineers in the
Held. This road will run via Meridian
and Grenada, Miss., to Memphis. At
uio annum meeting ol stockholders
the following were, elected directors:
L II. cellars, S. C. Cobb, S. N. Van
1'inng, w. 11. Wright, Joel r. Walker,
E. Watkins and B. II Warren. This
meeting was followe 1 by a meeting of
directors, at which tlie following wore
elected oincers: U II Cellars, presi
dent; E. WutkiiiR. vice-president: S.
N. Van Prang, secretary j S. V Cobb,
treasurer; W. It. Wright, auditor.
Sole Agents for Horace R. Kelly A
lo. s ney nesi iigars.
Tho trade sunnlied at New York
prices. A full luwortmcirt constantly
on nanu at tne ioi lowing suinus con
trolled by us: Gayoso Hotel stand,
Poabody Hotel stand and 310 Main
street. Fresh shipments received
WeOKly. I. SAMKUJON A CO.
The So itbern Express Company
will continue to make tho quiclett tint
hiiten St. Loui and icmpAu via the
Illinois Central railroad, and the Ches
apeake, Ohio and Southwestern rail
road, leaving each terminus after the
. . .
ciose oi ouaincss, anu reaching desti
nation by the timo of opening busi
ness the next mornimr. Ttu Snuihm
Kritnu Company continues to operate
!.., i: . . . .
ijuica iiumoi transit ueiwoen mem
phis and all points in Texas giving
the nubile (rood anil untiiifiitjrw bhk.
vice for all hiisinofls vntrusted to its
care at reasonable latca. Iht SovUimt
hlmrfM ( Yjtllmit mnfinnf In munj am
at tin of rniluav in Arka-tn except
the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and
Southern railway, from which it ro
tires May 1st.
He in nmlMlii. .Nainnrlao for
ttr fluuKiui aatt 4a-t IUiuh.
At Ppecht's ice-cream parlors Satur
days. Ni- days and Mondays.with nure
cnuiin, cn.ird cream and sherbehi
balanco of neck.
ME5IPHIS DAILY APPEAL---TOIDAY, APRIL 30. 1886.
F'atKx Griffith leaves this morn
ing for Cartilage, Mo.
Joan C. Latbam and wife of New
York city are visiting Mr. Thos. H.
Th Rev. R. V. Bnnting. D. D.,
axent for the SouthwesU.-rn Presbyte
rian University, soliciting endow
ments, is in the city. The doctor hrs
been so far quite successful in a won
that commends itself to all classes of
the Southern people, but much re
mains to be done before tho limit of
half a million dollars is reached,
Members especially of the Presbyterian
Church, have through Dr. Bunting, an
excel eut opportunity of linking their
names with the university, by endow
ing special chairs. Men of large for
tune could not do better than invest
a few thousand dollars. Money so
disposed ol is sure to bring a thousand'
fold to the country and the people.
W. P. Washbubnb of the firm of
Washburne A Templeton, attomeys
at law, Knoxville, is in the city. Mr
Washburne is a candidate for a seat
on the Supremo Court bench, and by
those who know him is said to bo as
well qualified for that position as any
man in the State. He has been, with
the exception of the years devoted to
the war, a practicing lawyer for thirty
years, and stands at the head of the
bar in East Tennessee, conspicuous
among many able men. It nomina
ted by the Democratic Convention
and elected he will do honor to the
State and reflect credit upon himself.
Mr. Washburne is a close student, a
conscientious worker, and is devoted
to a profession that would do'ight to
honor him with its highest official po
sition. MENKEN AND COMPANY.
GRAND CONTINUATION SALE
Swlrs Embroidered Skirling.
Hall Embroidered Flouncing.
Lace Flouncing and Skirting.
This is an oppirtnrjity not to be
Ignored. Come to day, come early.
Housekeepers J Housekeepers J
To-day yon can get
A $20 choice Dinner Set for 112
iquare shape, 130 pieces,
A dozen Goblets fur i 9 , worth $1.
A decorated tbree-qnait Water
Pitcher for 16o, worth $1.
A choice of COO (odd lot) Butter
Dishes, Spoon Holders, Cream
Pitchers, Sugar Bowls, for 10
each. Japt tbink of it. But
the bonaosa is the following
BIU LOT OF TINWARE FOR50&
1 Cake ran
3 Patty Pans,
1 Match Safe,
1 Coal-Oil Can,
1 Vege'able Skimmer
1 Baling Spoon,
1 Bircuit Cutter,
1 Doughnut Cutter,
1 Oike Cirter,
13 Quart Bucket,
1 Apple Corer,
1 Maccaroni Can,
1 Water Cap,
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
Ski ad. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Factory and Laundry on fifth pago.
Kalsomiiunq telephone 600, A. Mc
Neil. LxiiONg and Bannnas a specialty.
JOHNSON A QUINNK.2M Front.
Memphis Stainrd Glass Works, 230
Third street. Call and see.
Send 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 rats. Telephone 933.
Hav yon a damp, unhealthy cel
lar? Watwn's Bitumen Concrete will
make it dry and wholesome. Tele
Sxno to Memphis Floral Company
for list and price-current of plants.
Have largest stock in town. Come out
and nee for yourself. South gate Elm
Th Herbal Chill Cure, the beet
toaloaad anU-i-sriodlo known. A oertain
and lure ouru fur chill, l'rioo tl per bot
tle. Semi !tttn:ri for oirculan. Any ref
erence (ixen. Addreii John C. JlocXcr,
Excellence nnl Cash J
Are the secrets of Mulford's success.
California seedlings, nt Specht's,
too pea aud Carrlagea at W. K. Ed.
warda at Itraa.' Btabla the anly
place la tne city that baa tbvrn.
Trlrphone Order promptly attend,
d la. Trlrahoava Naa.l and 7M.
Inlford, Jeweler, 294 Mala, bo-
lociu) orders irom toe country.
: ALL A MISTAKE.
The MatTei. Privileges
Will not bo 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. M0HW8, Chairman.
Old Gold Hud Silver
Taken as cash, MulfordV 294 Main.
Notice to Travelers and Shippers.
MiHrara, Taaa., April 16, 1866.
Until further notice trains between
Memphis and Madison will Ik discon
tinued. Steamers w 11 leave dai y from
foot of Poplar street, at 6 o'clock p.m.,
connerting at Madison with tra ns for
Little Rock and all points West.
Freight for Madison and points beyond
must be delivered at wharfboat. at
foot of Poplar street, before 2 o'clock
p m. Steamer Coahoma will leave
this evening, and a earner E. W. Cole
to-morrow evening. KcnoLrn fink,
Memphis rinrxl lv baa Iba larerrai
atoca al plnuia la tow a.
Have Yonr French Clocks
Pnt in order ai Mulfoid, 2C4 Ma n.
8. LOWEXSTEI3I A BRON.
GREAT CL0SI.1U OUT SALE
Ladles', aad Cklldrea'a
Our Stock consists of the" very
test makes (all new and choice) at
B. LOWEXfeTEEf aC'BRON.
C. B. OALtOWAV A CO PanpaiiToa.
Batei ti 60 and 13 per day, aonrir. ini to
liie and looation of room tipecial
J P Edraondon,Tenn K M Leonard, Tenn
W Paker, Tenn U P Binii, Mai
U W Leonard, Mnsi J M Hooljridgo, Ky
CO Mann, La F P ray, Ark
F 8 Webb, Tenn W P Wahbarn, Tenn
LKrower, la O W Kandal Aw, Cal
V vN.ult n, Tenn Mi i M Jones, Va
H Bell, NY J Fi'r.p:itrick, N Y
J ti M Buffalo. N V H W Mookley, lcnn
E 11 rckfchlt, N Y J W Theobald, N X
C H Dovey. NY II H. Mi
L Williami, T-nn P J llalited. Tenn
1, Kraft jr, N Y II Kraft, N Y
C 1)11 i an, Mo J Ulltnan, Mo
T II Hluurt, Mo J A Moore, Mo
LKrnutlial, NT J P Vellcn, N 0
W H Kobron, Tenn 1 0 Hollow. y, Mini
J P holly, Ky J W Fulmer. Tenn
J II HroHo, Kai D K Priohard. Kai
L J Callnhan, Mo H W Kelly, Mo
J R Hciiles, Ky .IK Ilria.i, N Y
0 V Reynold. Mo II II Malti 'k, Mo
VN'm Hterlinr, Mill .1 McDonald, Mo
R T Smith. Min W W, bb, Tenn
J Wooldridie, Tenn A K McNniry, Toon
J B Summon, Ala A M Jenniniri, Ala -J
B Jnckfoo, Oa Wtn Simpkinson, 111
Wm Bradley, 111 FBr.itow, Tenn.
The New Unyaao. -
FARRINGT0W, KTKWART A WHITE,
Ratei, fl 60 to 64 per d y, aoeordint to loca
tion of roomi.
M Ponelson, Miai Louii Davir, Tenn
BShreve, NY CBHioki.NY
M 8 Manning, N Y A J Woods, Ind
8 L Levi, Ohio A J Krau e, Masi
8 A Allen. N 0
M A Oliver, Ark
0 W Wilion.Ky
F Ch.rl... M V
J IS Bvani, Ark
r L, roster, Ky
Mra.IiM Courtney.NK 8H Lerh Aw, N Y
J J Horner, Ark
' ' wvuu.ux. All
' T Kerkwell, Mo
WPhermao, N Y
K R Kurgu'on, Va
W L Harris, Mm
R T.Wilcox, Min
HJ Fowler, Ala
L 0 Jone Ark
Miss Mosby. N Y
8 0 Smith, Mo
R O Moore, Mi si
B L Campbell, Ind
CF Moon, Mo
C (1 Ron, Mo
Tloi Freeman, Ark
Miss Clark, Ark
W S Feathertnn, Ark
J Kimbrouah, Tenn
f A WriKht.Tenn
A II i l
J Herstb, Kv
L heltnn, Mo
T J Williami, Mo
II T Haines, Mo
T J Robinson, Miss
8 1, Hicks, Mi-s
C L lloilies, Ala
W H Prinoe. Ark
R I, Mosby Aw, Y Y
PB Walkini, Mo
P K Rie, Ili
8 T I'avii, Misi
8 B Cellini. Ala
0 L Moore, Ind
ti J Mitubelt, Mo
II Moore, Ohio
Mrs Clark. Ark
J T Fant, Ark
K o Johnfon.Ky
T J Campbell Jdirs
J P Houston, Tuna
U W luoinil, II V
H Eutll, Ohio,
W. H. BINOITAH MAaAaaa.
European plan. Enlarged and refarniihed.
l'tioei aooordioi to liie and looa
tion of roomi.
MCary, Tax W H Grew, Tenn
A 1) Ulnn, Ark , 0 Brown, Tenn
W K Hhane, Ark JL Howell, Ark
Miss Hanoook, Ark W C Cochran, Tex
J W Holland, Ga 1 Wooten, Ark
11 K Rudisill.Tenn JB Driver, Ark
J M Coleman, Tonn J K Rosier, Mo
M Casey, Tex O Hnrtiok, III
TU llurtick, III JSPev.ltv
J T Henderson, Ark J McClarty. Tenn
M8Ja,Tenn JJUainey, NO
VD D Antnony, Misa V J Jones, Tenn
VUPe. Tena K CSwoope, Misi
O I) MoCreary, Ark II Dow, Tenn
jn mcMnney, ienn K Alexander, Tenn
Mis'C Alexander, lie! MissAAlexander.Mlu
DJ1 Alexander, Ark V J O'Lauiblin. Ark
1 Wri.lll. Tnnn
Aire u A Clark. Tenn
J G MoCain, Tenn
Mn H KLyno, Ark
Mrs J Claredae, Ark
J P Ron 0 won, Ark
J 8 Weir. Tenn
S F Bond. M i
J II Tucker) M ia
F llowell. Mo.
D POtt. V.
W W Patrick, Mo
DO Pepper, Misi
'Vol. 61 and 63 Madison street.
BOWfcKS A LKAKK -..PanrRNtToas.
Ratal 1 1 or day, day board 12 per
i month. t
A D Clark. Tenn S W Porofni. Tona
r h Lonibor, Tonn 0 St Jobn, Tena v
M l, Brown, Mo 8 M Wolf, Tonn
8 .11 bmitb. Ark S II Hillor, Tenn
1)11 Kobtrts.Tex tl W'ini,,,,,,, M0
TtiThoiaiison.Tox H M More, N Y V
MACoia, N.I t! II Wildman, Tena
v "Jdurion, Tenn W W Thomii, Mo
JCJmno.1, Ky O W Shaw, Kr
MM Paterson, Mill K M Well. Ohio
J K ihomaa, Ark W H Puver, Tonn
J h hlogor, Ark J II Lindsay, Md
M JohiiMin, Trnn K 0 Johnson, Ttnn
II K Perkim, lid, W 0 Cammack, WUi.
Dnlly'e Cnropeaa Hotel,
Corner of Adarai and Main atreeta. Rooms,
60o, i5o and $1 or day: American Plan,
ti per dy,
. Firt-las KosUurant in the Ilotcl.
J. M. DUFFY (hi year with Peaoody Uotol)
Mrs Ca'dwell. Tenn I, P Williams Jr. Tenn
J 11 Snyder, Tenn W J Krwin, Mo
Semnel Sontt, 111 HA Mann, Tenn
J H Cobh, Ky T H Dredre. N Y
NUOr'en.Tenn J rt Sraallwood, Tena
AN Wrlnon, Misi W J Black, Tenn
T A Lindsay, Ohio N T Williams. Tena
P 1, Anderson, Tenn W J Sorums, Tenn .
L Bennott, Tonn J T Chandler, Tenn
AW Lake, Tenn J L MrFarlxnd, Mo
J Coyne, Ind AW Wide, Ky
H M Garreit.Tex M J Meroer, Ind
MTHarroll, Min JO Brown, Oa
L Wb-on.Mo MTGibson. Mo
J W Vincent, Mich M O Moss, Tea
R L Shields, Ohio W N Harrison, Ind
M KCaiilen.Tenn J K Clark, Ohio
H ')"! Ky R T Talley, Misi
Tl Webb, Ark J Feel,, Ark
mis; p. Lawier. Ohio J M Lawler, Ohio
W N Lawler, Obio
J W Gainer. Ind
M 1 Howlini. Ark
J I. Pnrod, Ark
P N W ood, Ttx
R M Fuller, Tenn
L Oummiois, Ky
W Hieveni, Ark
hi Howard, Ohio
A J Michael, rk
R McComb, Mlis
M N Harper, Ark
AM Willis, Ohio
.' Collins, wAo. Ga
W II Hender'on.Ga
W H Fuller, Tenn
K McLeen, Mo
T MrAvoy, Ind
TR Millar. Ark
W T Sharp, Ar
P Allen. Ark.
Order Med ale) at MnUordTu
aapea aad Carrlaceo at W.
Edwards at Broa. Htable lk oaly
alaoa la ibe ally tbat kaa tbeaa.
Telrpban Order arempily at trad
d to. lelepbaaea Kaa. f aad 709,
Monogram Bangle!, Mai ford.
Says Specht'g pure crt-am is the finest
in the city or United States. .
to NsmrbH flarnl Cmpilj
for adnata ami plrolv l Ibria,
Kolld. Silverware at Nulford's
. a .
l RailninA Luonanlacln rfa
Fine Wnkh rf pairing1 t Mnlfonl's.
I The firm of GOODBAR A CO. has been dissolved, and we hare reooraniied oor interest in tbe WholexraJe Bort
and Shoe Business, in connection with Mr. W. E. Love, iate of Warren, Love A Co., St Louis, Mo and Mr. J. C.
Callicott, of Coidvra'.er, Mies., nnder the style of and firm name given below. We thank our friends for tWr patronage
in the past and hope for a continnance of their favors. A. B. GOODBAR
o . J. H. GOODBAR.
A. B. OOODBAIt, J. II. eOODBAW, W. K. I OVE. J. C. CAIXltHITT,
Lata of Good bar ACo.,M.mphii. Lata of Goodbar A t o.. Memphia. Late ot Warren. Lore A Co., Bt. Looli. Late of Cold water.
GOOBI3AIL LOE & CO
3G7 & 309 Main
We are now receiving a large and En'lrely New Stck of Eastern and
Spring Trade of 1886, which we offor at Jitock Bottom Prices,
We have EXCLUSIVE control in this market of the fol
lowing lines of CUSTOM-MADE Goods, all of whish we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction :
George Hocker'a celebrated Men's Calf Boots.
Brady A ShorteU't Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar Tip Shoes.
T. M. Harris A Co. 'a Philadelphia made Children's Shoes.
Also, L. W. Nute A Co. 'a Kip Brogans and Plow Shoes
the best Brogans made la the United States heretofore
handled by Goodbar A Co.
We are the only honse in this Market handling the cele
brated Krippendorf, Dittmann A Co. line of Ladies' and
MieW Kid, Goat and Calf CUSTOM Goods EXCLU
SIVELY, nnder the Factory Brands.
ON FIRE !
The Water Exploding and
Along the Banks.
BraT The sight of a river on fire has
not been seon in the vicinity of
Memphis, but it is certain that the
Greatest Bargains in Clothing are to
be found at the Min fit Clothing Par
lors, 262 Seoond street.
It is now time to think ot Spring
Clothing. Ponder well where yon
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, bo
cause we buy Clothing at Halt Price
The Misfit Clothing Parlors buy
nothins that they do not secure
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 Bell
low because they buy low.
The Flowers that Bloom In the Spring;
The spring flowers will soon be
here. Prepare to dress to receive
them. The Misfit Clothing Parlors
Stacks of New Suits,
Tiles ef Easiness Suits,
Tons of New rants,
Beautiful Spring Overcoats.
OUR STRONG POINTS :
First in quality; lowest in prices;
nothing but real, reliable, clothing;
every garment carefully made.
262 SECOND STREET,
Opp. Court Sqnare.
IS?-The Wide-awake Great Low
ci? All alterations, to insure per'
feet fit, made free of charge, by a
First class Tailor,
Mo. 814 IVXaalxx. St.,
Haa Jut received a I arte stock sf tbi
latest atylai oi
CASSIXESES A5D WORSTEDS
for Pints, whleb wewi' sake to vrder at
much le'i Ibaa iheaena! pnoee. We will
make a rood all-wool pan is for f 9 Call
aad examine oar io d. Also, complete
line of UENrVlUR.VL-UINU GOODS
tor tbe oomins aetaon at ear ninal low
A. IIEXTER, SO. 214 KAIX ST.
MrilllA-li,At r?KS aad CI .ta.t
MM ci wbo wa deaf twenlv-eiaht yean
're'ed bvmoatot tbe noteu ipecialistsa'
1 " d y with bo b.nrflt CniB iaeai.fi a
three months, an I si no then handiadioi
othen by 'time prnoesi A plain, limpleand
uecrsalul borne treatment, odreal T. B.
PAQK,UaatUi 6U,Kew York CayJ
and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn,
officeno. 24 high street.
do niaue ny any competing market.
ORG ILL BROTHERS & CO.
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR BUTTS. '
PLAIN AND BRONZED DOOR LOCKS.
PLAIN AND BRONZED SASH FASTENERS,
BOLTS. KNOBS. ETC.
A MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
James II . Goodbar Wan. I Clark Eaajeae J. Carrlnajton Frank O. Jeaet
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WE offer to MKBClt ABTTN OH1.Y tha larrest and best stock of Boots and Shoe! wo
havo ever brouiiht to tbia market, and which eannot be lurpuaed in quality and
Ityloa by any house in thii or any other city. In addition to a complete line of Eastern
made goods, Inolud ni the 'ata.avBaTsvi NoODUAIi CO. BHU.fliN, we handle
a large and select stock of Custom-made Goods for Men, Women, Misses and Children. Wa
carry a number of the best makes in tbe country, in everr variety and itjle, aad among
themitho well known Uen'i Calf boots and Shoes manufactured by Gee. Hooker for onr
Bpring Trade, wo alio carry a oboioe line of Ladies' and Missel' Custom Kid, Goat and
Calf Goods, manufactured by Krippendorf, Dittman A Co. Wa Invite tha trade to examiua
our itock before buying elsewhere, and wa gaarautee everything wa sell to give satisfaction.
14.!! St It 4 K '.
Stiike the Iron While It's Hot.
In order to move evr immense atock wa
make tha following offer :
Good Straw Hati at .25e, 33e. SOo and 75o
Kx ra Fine Straw 11 atj ai...Jl, tl 28, II 60. tl
Small Straw Bonnets, all colorl..........M)o
Extra Wide Brim liati, for country....J25o
H'TLmO va JJRB.
Beantifnl Rosei, all colon, par doaen....40c
Violets, per doien So
Buttercups, per doien ........KIo
Carnation Pinki. per d aen 1
Eleiant Bunche- of Floweri 25o
Kxtra Fine Bunch's of Floweri 5oo
Impirted Frenoh Floacrifrnm. 4i totS
Uhirlco ' Ipa (3 In banrb) lor 350
Fruits. Leaves, Stems, all klndi of ma
terial to make Artificial Floweri.
Bridal and Blonrnlng Outfits
The Finest Aitortmont of DOLLS in the city.
Bala Bealmped, Feaihera Cleaned,
Bjred and Curled.
GOLDEN HAIR WASH by tha small or
We Hake a Specially of Millinery,
Employing tbe best hands in the city, give
our whole attention to it, and wedelycom-
I'Btilion in that line.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
fjuns, Amninnilion, Fishing; Tackle
and uase-iiau uooas.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
894 Stain Street, Hempbls, Tena;
Manufacturing and Repairing of Gam a
"VrOW IS THE TIME TO CHANGRHATSt
LN for tha tiprim Hits have enade th-lr
Hpeannce. and BAKiIM CH.N.The
al'iKR, baa tha Largeit Stock in tha
city, laey comprise all too La est novel
ties: they are of the BestBtandnrd Brands,
1 ,1 I. . I L. I. . . 1. - i:..IK.k'a
IB all r,,ior. riu a nu., iruiu .u ii.viv
hat t tbe old grandpa i. Yoong rr en slight
colore 1 Kernji rrnm ai w ipiom ou. a
aell a Derby for S3 60, ild at ary wars for ti.
A M 00 Derby for S.M.
A .00 Derby for Il ia.
A 13.00 Derby for a.OO.
aw Ladiei espeeia'ly invited to eiamine onr
large itoca oi vdiiarea i oiraw jiau.
THE HATTfeR, 219 MAIN ST.
Importer and Dealer la
dan, Flohlaa; Tarkle aad Snorts.
nara-a bii. oar Special at'antioa
rven to AiANUFAtTURLNG and RB
41 Haln fetnlIenipIit,Teaiii
Custom-Made Boobj and Shoes for
on is liberal terms as can
We also control the following Specialties under onr
own brands, vis:
Goodbar, Love A Co.'s Men's Grained Calf CDS,
TOM-MADE Bala, Button and Congress.
Goolbar, Love A Co.'s Men's N.K. Call CUSTOM
MADE Bab, Button and Congress.
Goodbar, Love A Co.'s Ladies' Kid and Goat CUB-TOM-MADE
Flexible Polish and Button $3 00 Shoes.
Onr Ladies' $3 00 8bee are made from the beet se
lected Caracoa Kid and Tampieo Goat Stock, and have
Solid Sole Leather Counters and Flexible Inner Soles
and we warrant them to fit and give perfect satisfaction
In vrv rewwet.
Sweet Pickles, Etc
Stalled Fruit Pleklod Oranirea,
Stalled Fruit Pickled Cneauibera,
( (rifled Frnll Pickled Peppers,
Stalled Fruit Pickled Uanvoea,
nixed Sweet Pleklea,
l'ro A Blaekwell'a Ckow-Cnow aad
Plain Cucumber Pleklea by the gall.
Other branda or Plain and nixed
Pleklea la Cllaa and Olives.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO.
Corner Second and Beale Slg.
And Ice Cream Manufacturers.
XWX. X1. 13 A X IiIP I.
French-" Chemical Works
58 JelTeroii Street.
TANCFACTURE3 STRIPS OF ALL
1V1 FLAVUH8. which he etlers at the low
prioe of 09 eenia a cnlluu , of any kind of
flavor. Quality and purity a-uaranteed. fc
Cream manufacturers will iad all kinds f
Extract! and iruit Coloring! at a very low
Johi OviEtoa, Ja. C. N. GaoBvuoa-
OVERTON & GROSVENOa,
Real Estate Dealers
Cfflce, 234 Second Street.
B. B. Cor. Seeond aixd Court,
RF1L KSTATB BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Taxei Faid. Santa Ccilsetcd, etc.. oa
J. G, SCHMIDT & SON,
Importer! and dealer! I IJuna. Amraa
ntilou end 'latilTckls Builders'
Hardware, rjecirle Meila and Aa
nnnclatorsfor Hotels end P,esidences,Sa5
Mala afreet. Hlvmphl", Tenn. Electric
lupplieialwayi on hand.lsRopairiM neatly
SHEA McCABTIIT, Propr's,
HO, 142, 144 Front, Memphis..
OVM Of TH LARQK6T E0ILKX 8H0P8
in tha South, and the only complete.
BoUer and 8 Seat-Iron Worka In tha city.
Manaraetnrera of heavy alate Iroa
work of every deaerlptfoa. SpeciaJ
attanUoajrivaa to olaritauon work.
J. F. II0LST &BR0.
(STJCOBBSOBS TO 0. B. HOLBT A BRO.
S30 31AIN ST., MEKPIItS.
AFtLL and complete itocH of Wood and
W'tallieCaiei and Caskata, Clotb-CoT-ared
Caskets and Burial RnhM .1 AH
bnd.aarOrdara by talagraub promptly
V't' v- 'QS t-irv
jw.wa i.tf-ri,i! '-T