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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1886.
Arrival ui Departure ef Trains.
.LoaisvIle,a w Orleans and Texas R'j
MlaSIaairFI WALLET BOUTS.
In Effect November 22. 1M5.
A With all line entering Memphis.
5 With U.1N.W.K. K. for Helena.
C for Ureenrille and lluatiofton, and all
. 1' . . . . .1 i f a LB Tl 1 1 J
E-Wila N.. J. AC. U- ii. fur A etches and
t For Point en th Branch.
ftWith ilHMrt lor Ravoa 8ara.
JU With railroa J diverging fur Florida aad
Fallmaa Buffet Sleeping Canon all train
JAS. li. EDWARDS, V. P. and U M.
M. BURKK, Ganaral Sup'U
A. j.JUiAPP, U. V. A.
laailaalpptl aad Toaasaaiee. Fast
ail trala tear el daily at 4:46 p.m. I ar
rival at 9:45 a.m. Local freight leave at
4:40 a.m.1 a rirai at a:) p.m.
Kaaaaa .) ,SBrtae:aeld ad
I that. train lease M. aad X. depot a fol
owit So. da mail aad express Laves daily
Mil :30a.m. No. (.mail andeipraai arrttes
mi 3.30 p.m. HO. so, Bt Loan (inreee
Utm daily at 6:0U o.m.i No, i, Bt. Loaii
express arrive at 1:96 a.m.
Mesa iia aad Little Book-Train
mm aa fellows (oantral itaadard timeli
He. 1 Mm diil at 6:26 p.m. arriTM at
S:66 p.m. I Mo. S latrai at 4:50 a.m.iai
iItm at Ii50:a.m.i No. ( (freight) leaves
Hopett.ld daily, ""apt buadiy, a. 6:00
a.m.1 errireiat T:10p.m.
UaeaaaMke, Ohio aad laalkanr.
rm-(rain mora aa follow s No. t (fait
lin daily) liare at 11 :S0 a.m. No. I laarai
at 11:40 p.m. dally. St. Ionli fast line
laarai daily at 8:50 p.m. No. T (last Ha
dailr) atrirat at 1:30 p.m. Mail and ai
praM arrlraa dally at 9:16 a.m. fit. Loull
fast lino arriraa daily 9:06 a m.
eaaaala aad CaarIcaMar-Tra.il
mora.. ioi own Through tzpraii lr
ur at 0:90 p.m. jrll and expren leave
"daily at 9:10 vm. f oraairllle aecommodr
tion laarai daily, atoapt Sunday, at 4:30
p.m. Tbroagb aipreii aTlrai dally at ft :ift
a.m. Mail aadaiprsil a"rira daily al 4 -66
5.m. Somarrilln acooiriii oduklon arrirca
ally, aiccmt tiundty, all itoa-m.
IyOalt!ln and laahTllla Tralni
mora r filoi Fait niail prrirai daily at
4;S6 a.m. I loa at 10:10 p.m.t mail laart
rtaily at 9:00 a.m. k'owmrlllr afCcmiDf
datioa learaiaally. ax xn Sandy, at 6iOU
E.m.t moil arrirai 'lalfy at 6O0 p.m.
rownirlll acoommodatUa atrlrai lajly.
apt Bcad&yt at (:40 i.m. utaadatd
MnmaiHi nirmlaiBham 4 Allan
tie Holt Snrinrj Knuta Tralni mora aa
follow! : No. I laarai Mamiihii dally at 4:00
&.m., aarire) at Holly Hnrlngi at 6:80 p.m :
o. I laarai llolly Bprlnci dully at 9:00
a.m., arrirai at Mamnhii at II :15 a.m. I No.
6 Imtm Memphil daily at 7:30 p.m., arrirai
at llolly BpriiKi at 11 :M) P.m. No. 6 Itaroi
llolly fcnrinci daily at 6:30 a.m.. arrirci at
WaMimoa. D. 0.. Jannary 29, 1686.1
1 o'olook a.m. J
Indioationa for Memphis and vicin
ity: light local raina tbia morniof,
followed by lair, slightly colder weath
er, and (air weather on Saturday.
lor Tenntttte and At Ohio Vattty,
fair wtaQur, prectded Utit morning by
tight heal mini-, wind tgeneratty north'
wttn ly;h!$hr barometer and generally
M (faro logical Bnport.
Uaa-paia. Tin.! January 28, MP 6. .
.M UAlL Soata.
Memphi - i- 4:0 .
Lola..., 6:46 p.B
Leiajid... 0 :4 p.m
Vicktborr. .... IrUOa.ia
Harrieoa K 1:41 a. a
hihtl 6 .a a.m
lialoa Rouge , W 6:21 a.m
Jew Ortm u.. H :3u pm
Memphis.. :40 a.m
..... . - 12;U2no n
lland.. : p.m
Viceiburg - .. 7:1S p.m
Tinia. Bar. I Thar. Wind. Waathar.
7:06 a.m.. 29924 81.0 W." Ctoady.
Jl:(ua.m.. iH.IMl 31.8 W. Cloudr.
:00p.m.. 20.914: 34 0 W. Olouily.
7:(Jp.m.. ai.9i7 m.O N.W. cloudy.
TOKI0p.m..l,Ja 97l 33 6 N.W. Cloudy. 1
Minimum tcmporatara, S1.0,
All obisrrationi ar takan on 76' marldlan
tloia, which la on hoar tutor than looal
May Blottom (o-nigbt.
The Jury of the United States
Court waa dismirsed until Monday,
but not discharged.
In the Probate Court yesterday,
. L. Goldbaum was appointed guard
ian of the minor hclra of Phil. Saner,
The glove contest between Jack
Gallagher and Dick Cummins takes
place al the People's Theater next Fri
Mario Warron waa sentenced to
nine monriia in the Work-Uo use by
the Criminal Court yesterday, for
The mrukoi value tf Taxing Dis
trict bends of bo'.h series has stnadiiy
increaaod since the aVelection of Pres
ident Had den.
A male and femalo minstrel show
o! a sonfullonalcharactsr holds the
touds nightly at tbo l'eoph'a Theater
to good audiences.
There will be a meeting of the
pasters of the colored churches to-day
at 10 a.m., at Avery Chapel. All par
lies ere invited t attend.
The indictment agalnnt Mrs, Rice,
the mother cf Charlaa Fitasimmons,
has been retired on payment of costs
by dt fcndant, who ia said to be dying
The Jfyalie Dream Booh Is the
finest one ytt published. Whatever
.you dream, you tfin consult the book
and yoa have a fall explanation. It
ia only 26 centi, aad ia new and cheap.
Maaaford can famish a copy.
Licensee to marry were issued yes
terday to Emmet Dickey and Anna K.
Thomas T. A. Grigaby nod Alice
Bradshaw, Miller King and Eva
Hurdle, E. Eddensand Anna William
on, Andrew Yo.ing and Lacy Fisher.
Police proceetlings yesterday : T.
A. Faber, white, plain drank, forfeit
of $5 taken ic ; Wetley Watson, col
ored, larceny, rlned $20; Blake Meyer,
white, assault and battery, fined SI :
J. li. Shopard, white, ansault and
battery and drunk, lined 5, paid. J,
E. Wake, white, plain drunk, fined .".
paid ; George Henry, white, drank and
Vnracy, fined 5, i :v.d; Tora McNew,
what, asaault and battery tiaed $5.
A oae-lcircBd citixen nr me J. H.
Toabll waa picked np by Oitlcer Cul
itn yasturday evening and piloted to
the station-honce, where, when
. eeatched, a brace of navy flirts, a dice
' box and oil ditb and complete chuck
alack Uy-out waa found in hia
pocktM. lie is one of the kind mho
would poll out five aces and make tbe
odd one good with a ballet. It waa
evident that he bad Seen the inaide of
a cell before.
At last the City Railway Company
will be able to make a teat case ia the
Supreme Court to decide whether or
rot their charter and coatract with the
old city ia b nding upon the Taxing
District The hearing of their case
lor obstructing JtlTinon street came
up in the Criminal Court yesterday,
scl Judge Donglass instructed the
jury to brirg in a verdict of guilty in
o der that, they might appeal. It was
.ll a matter of form and the paper
- will ao up in pioper shape.
Iarp ector Lar.e, of the Society for
the Prevention of Croelty to Animal,
yesterday arrested Hetter Nicholson
and her dan(?htr Lnry Lowrr, col
ored, and took them before Justice
Powell, where they were pet on trial
for the maltreatment of a little negro
girl named Agnea Miller, who waa
adopted tome time ago by Hester
Nicholson. The proof ahowed tbtt
the child had been exposed to the
weather in an ill-clad itate and that
berfeet and lands were so badly
froaen that the amputation of one of
her feet and one of her fingers waa
neceeeary. The sirl wai taken to the
hospital and will probably live. In
the mrnntime the grand jary will deal
wun lta lnnnmun guardians.
The Woman's Exchange is
iremred to fill all orders for paTtry
or parties and other social gathering!
at prices considerably below the usual
lutee. The following specialties are
also kept in conHant aupply: Lye
hominy, crullers, Boston blown brrnd,
individual cbirloU russe, angel cake,
beaten blacu ts, home-made broad and
roll. The committee in charge yea
terdny were : Mrs. R. H. Vance. Mrs,
F.A.Jones and Mrs. M. T. William
son. Among the visitors were W. O.
Kelly, J. 11. Edwards, Mr. Treadwell,
Frank Rice, James O. Donnell, Arkan
sas; John II. Fisher, F. D. Talley,
Mrs. W. . Gage, Hollywood, Miss.;
Mrs. Emma Peake, city, Mrs. J. L.
Newbern, Mrs. A. J. Vanghan, L 1
Farnawortb. Dr. J. B. Waaeon. Mrs. 8.
V. Dnnlap, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Mr.
Dillard, L. B. Eaton, T. A. Deviner,
R 0. French, J. H. Ma'one, Wm. A.
Gage, Warren Gauam, Mrs. E. T.
Claggett, Mrs. Belle Miller, Florida;
Mrs. Helden, Florida; F. A. Jones, W.
M. Forrest, Jamea Slocnm, Walter
Lemel, Carrington Maeon, T. D. El
dridge. Geo. Wayfarer, W. II. Moore,
Honsdon Gary, Ii. P. (ry, Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Latham and W. A. Collier.
blp yoav eotlom tat W.
kroalh at '.
Judoi E. fi. Hamhono ia a eaest at
the Gayoso Hotel.
Mim Vina Badmoabm rf Olncinnntl
is visiting Miss Carrie Pamp rf this
J. O. Ilib ef Orrnha. If aw Rais of
ClncinnuU, Wm. Ilaaian and wife of
Columbus, 0., ire guests at' the Gay
oco, J, R. Bond, a leading lawyer of
Brownsville and a probable candidate
for Attorney General, wna in the city
Claud Gooawm. son of 7, T. Good
win of the Mississippi and Tennessee
railroad, ia very low with diphtheria
at the residence of hia father.
Tub Hon. John Baxter. Kcnxville:
R. Gordon, St Panl, and Miss Gordon,
the society belle of St. Panl, Minn., ia
a guest at the New Gityojo Hotel.
J. S. Gowdok. formerly c f Memntiia.
but for some yf are rm't a resident of
St. Augustine, Fla., ia in the city on a
short visit cf business and pleasure.
Nbln Ttir eatm
W. B. UaJ.
The Mam Bird.
C. P. Wallace, styled the Man Bird,
from hia wondroaa liflleur abilities,
will be among the attrattlona at Cros
by's Dime Museum next week. Ills
skill in imitating blrda cf all cllmea
and lands la ra'd to be simply phe
nomenal. He waa gifted with success
ful imitative powers aa a boy, and in
following hia father's plow acroea fields
he would catch np the cheery song of
the English thrush or tobin and carry
it to a close, abashing the f athered
songster. There ia now only one
other similar pei former in the world
bt fore the public, and that Is Prof.
Sloman, now in England. Prof. Wal
lace haa gained the title c f tbe "Man
Bird" in England and France, but he
hfl! been in this country since 1881.
Ills list of birda he imitates embraces
the following, and he asl'S each, one ia
tbe audience who ia familiar with any
one rf the listed birds, to call out fir
imitation of the bird desired. Of the En-
Elisb birdahe imitates, tbe lark.yellow
arauier, bullllnvh, thrush, blackbird,
skylark, linnet, robin, sparrow, night
ingale, all English birda, and of
American birds, the quail, or "bob
white."whlppcorwill, robin, mocking
bird, brown thin tli, swallow, chippy,
anow-bird, blue bird. etc. His imita
tions qf domestic and barnyard fowls
and animals are wondioua. Prof.
Wallice haa tried ever since his first
visit to this country to listen to the
song ol a bobolink, following the bird
through the fields for hours, but fail
ing to catch the burst of melody from
its throat. The prcjes-or declared to
an Ari'BAL reporter that the bird moit
d.llk-ultof imitation is the nightingale.
The reaeena are that its song requires
to bold ihd brsith such a length of
time, and that it she haa a in',
double and treble note, a dou.ilo
treble note and a double warble. The
nightingale can only be heard at 12
o'clock at night in the quiet country
lane of England, and it is fast disap
pearing. Plot, Wallace is a guest of Mr.
E. A. Keeling and several other lead
ing gentlemen of the Merchanta' Ex
change, and he gave them a beautiful
Erivate concert The peculiarity of
la act ia the use of the musolee of his
throat exactly like a bird, while there
la not a movement of the facial mus
cles, lie whistles entirely with his
tongue and teeth, never using the lips.
He stuffs a ailk handkerchief in his
month and continues his whistling, na
a proof that he uses no appliances.
Prof. Wallace will be at the museum
The bfBt house of the week waa
tlal which rut at Letfbrie's lust night
aod enjoyed that 'thoroughly delight
ful play, Mty Hlontom. Those who
have never seen this essentia ly Ameri
can dra'na should net fail to do to to
night or nt to-raorrow'a matinee, lor
there will be no night performance.
There are rot many aucu plays cow
boloro the Ameritan public, and
more'a the pity. It ia like brta'.hing
the pure and bracing atmosphere ot
the sea to see May Blown after a week
ot opera bonfi'e.
The world-reuowned Aimee, vens
a three nights' engagement at Leu
brie' Theater ia an English version of
Sardou'a comedy of Dnwreotn. Tues
day night and Wednesday she will
present ilointflle, in which she scored
a hit last sear on. For Wednesday
night Mm or Mrt. ia announced. Sale
seata begin Saturday morning. Tlturs
rWsnd Friday nights oi next week
Roland iU-ed will appwr in JIumbua,
and Saturday night ia CAvt. Ford a
Opera Com p try are booked for a week
of opera, becimung February 8th.
VrtkT Medals) at jualfortl'a.
Go to Untledce Lasomaralao for
jroar rinnablnc and Uju-FtttSna;.
Wonrfna l!iifgl?J.t Kn1
A delightful Mikado party waa
given last night at the residence of
Mrs. A. V. Bruce, on Ravburn avenue.
Mr. Mason personated the "Mika-to,"
Miss Ida Brace "Yum Yam," Miss
Reese "Pftte Sing," Mis Proud
fit "Peep Boo," and Mr. Ed Burns
"Pooh Pah." The coetnmea were
unique and dazalingly beautiful, aad
the company a very large and brilliunt
. ON 'CHANGE.
Tub following were the closing
prices of May options at Chicago yes
terday: Pork.tll.07i; lard, 6c; clear
rib aides, 6.47 Jc; corn, 401c; wheat,
8Cjc; oats, 32c bid.
RxpnRTof Grain Elevator yesterday:
Wheat, none received or withdrawn ;
in etor.. 17,948 basbels. Balk corn,
received, none ; withdrawn, 1078 bush
els; in store, 47,118 bushela. Oats, re
received, 4801 basbels; withdrawn,
3485 bushels; in store, 61,83 bushels.
Visitors on 'Change yesterday: Gai
Baldwin, New Orleans; J. II. Mercer,
Little Rock ; Ma. J. W. Wynne, Forest
City. Ark.: J. B. Qnigley, Rochester,
N. Y. ; G. II. McClellan, general sgent
Continental Una; Wm. King, M. D,
D. G. Anderson, Carolina, Tenn. ; J. O.
Leddom, Corinth, Miss.; Mrs. A. W.
Newaom. T. H. Chilton, J. C. UarriB,
Tiptonville; N. L. Avery, Osceola j
Frank Skidder, Terry Haute, Ind.
Tub New Orleana Cotton Exchange
adopted the following resolution
Monday : JUtotvtd, That in accordance
with the request of a general meeting
of the Exchange, held this day, atom
ic It tee of nine members be appointed
by tbe chair, to consist of two factors,
two buyers', two future broker", two
sboit brokera and one f. o. b. seller, to
investigate existing metboda ot deliv
ering cotton on contracts and tt rec
ommend to the board a reviaion of
the rules covering the entire subject.
Tub New York Commercial Bulletin,
in recent article on tbe cotton situa
tion from a bear standpoint, aaya: "It
will be teen that neither low price ai
an incentive to commence trading, nor
apparent scarcity of cotton as a stimu
lus to continue, have much fleet upon
either consumers or speculators; and
from tbe present outlook it is strongly
suggested that much depends ODon
the ability of the South to sustain her
policy of carrying the supply. It may
be that she can do so until English
spinuers are by sheer force of neces
sity compelled to come to the relief;
but ao far ai can be assumed from in
dications at band, the hitter chance ia
a remote one, and should any savers
turn of the financial screws be made
there ia a possibility that the 'com
paratively low' basis upon which tbe
accumulation waa made will appear
pretty high by te time it ia sold oat,
especially aa there is no 'short' interest
to unload from."
Sbibts, all atyles, made to order,
Memphis Steam Shirt Factory and
Laundry, 224 Second afreet
MbmphisStainbd Glass Wobks, 280
Ihird street Gall and see,
Bazab faahion sheets for December,
44 N. Court street.
Tbb finest and beat selected stock
of gas fixtures in the city, at bottom
prices. j. A. BAiutr co.
Ckntbal Ndrsbry, No. 09 Market
street, is the nearest place in the city
for plants and cut flowers.
Albx. McEwbn haa taken charge of
the Crystal Palace, and will be glad to
see all his old friends at his new quar
ters, which he will open up next Sat
urday. A. Rknkbbt A Co., No. 215 Main
street, corner Adams, and 120 corner
Market and Main streets, keep con
stantly on hand a supply of Dr. Har
ter'a celebrated WildCherry Bitters.
Thb Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonieaad anti-poriodio known. A eartaln
ana mis our. for chilli. Prioatl par bot
tle. Sand itami for oironlari. Any raf
pronra alxen, Addreii John 0. Kaokar.
Most of the so-called incurable dis
eases are successfully treated by Dr.
E. Henderson, M.D., No. 2'JO Second
street. The doctor can refer to some
of the best ciriaeas cf Memphis. Con
A Sobb TnROATos Couou, if Buffered
to progress, often results in an iDcura
ble throat or lung trouble. "Brown's
Bronchial Troches" give instant reKef.
Faruiciui can procure, at a low rate
of transportation, farm hauda from
Goorgia and Sonth Carolina by writ
ing to R. A. Williams, sgent of tke
Memphis and Little Rock railroad,
Tub mod efficacious stimulants to
excite tbe appetite are Angostura
Bitters, prepared by Dr. J. G. B. Sie
gertixSons. Beware of counterfeits.
Ask your grocer tr drnggUt for the
genuine art icle. -
J. B. Douglass -nod wife to J. S.
Wyatt,rftrtollot40 in the town of
Arlington, for fc5.
J. 8. Wyatt aad wife to A. E. Cole,
truttee, to secure F. M. Uaghea in the 1
sum of $500,1 same property aa above.
Charlotte Dreyfus to Castries J. Dan
heiaer, ltt on Washington ilreet, for
lave and affection.
Old Gold and HiUbf takou
an k at ainllord's, SU1
is rbmovbd bt thb tjsb or oocoaiiw,
And it stimulates ar promotes sua
growth of tbe hair. T
Bna-nest'e Flavoring Kztracha are the
Blulford, Jeweler, 201 Main
St. FHls orders from the country
del Batluls A Laomralna to do
ADDITIONAL KIYEit NEWS.
VicBSBCBO.Jaunary 23. Denarted :
Henry Lourey auiCbarges, St. Louis.
riTTKHURo, January 2S. Night
River 5 feet 2 Inches on the gauge and
rising. Weather cleudy and cold.
Wbuuso, January 28. Night
River rising, with 7 feet 7 inches on
the gauge. Weather cloudy and pleas
BoTCmrnU or ta)inra.
bniBinj, January 28. Arrived:
Wally. New Orleana.
Liverpool, January 28. Arrived :
Architect, New Orleans.
Tbnbbiffe, January 28. Sailed:
Brentford, New Orleans.
South AJtPTOB, January 28 Arrived:
Fulda, New York for Bremen.
Movillr, January 28. Arrived:
Ethiopia, New York for Glasgow.
Nkw York, Janaary 28. Arrived:
Devnnls, Glasgow; Bolflrealand, Ant-
I rp. , ..........
W. H. BINGHAM Miaasia.
Earapaaa plan. Enlarcad aad rafaraubad.
rrioai aooordlna to aiao aad looa
tioa of rooma.
M A Black more, Ark I. II Sulliran, Ark
t Bondi, Ark 11 Janirawer, Ark
W K Myth. Ark . J M Howard- Ark
C W kins, Mma A B Conlay, Tenn
Thof Adainf , Tenn R K Sl.pheni, Tenn
A N Kiinhronih.TennW H Couti. Tenn
Dr WitheringWn.TaLaAb 6tww.ll, Ark
J hhelby, M 8 Blum A mite. Ark
W Laubth, Ark S J Kllett, Mi-i
Mr Cloodworth.Mitf Joaeph Little, Ky
W A Bealf, Ark C K Fromman, Mo
Kraik Nadea, Ark J W Jonai. Mm
W R CroM.Tana E A Staeer, Minn
A M Kin. Tenn 8 W Horabncklo, Ark
EB Ready. Ark JAArery, 111
J R Barry, Mm A H Coffr. Mill
8 B Stun. Aw. Mil
B F French iw, O
J P Chamber!, Ark
1) A Norm, N Y
Frank Htone, Miri
B V Waddell. Ark
J U Feld, Min
D T Obert, 111
J W llartarnui, M:
Ml.. M Kl.rlin.. Mi.i
M Kenioa, la
miri niarnnir, aim fm i JJond, Tuna
W T Die'iin, Tann P 11 BaiUr, Mi.i
Mn W A Talley, Ind Mn C McCurmiok, Ind
. Tbo Hew Uayoao.
FARRIN0T0JT, BTEWART k WHITE,
Ratei, 12 50 to 64 per day. acoordinc to loca
tion of rooma.
J F Arniworth. N Y Ben Fhrer. N Y
C G bhif man, NY UK Uaarlei, Mo
M Donelnon, Mill
B P (ilean, Mill
W f Vomer, Ark
Kam Moyaei, N Y
W Uintan Aw, Mia
M U MuNaaaoe, Tenn
N Ii Berofia. Tann
H Kidredire, Ua
Harry Uub, N Y
Prl Halle, NY
C W Parte, Mil
K B MboaB, Tenn
W T Arery, Teun
Mr Fowlkei, Tenn
W C Kimomon, Ind
11 P Warren, Tenn
Hon J llaater. Tena
H Uordun. St Paul
8 Blum Aw, Ark
E Brooki, Uif
R T llarrii, JI'M
J B Uirnan, Mlu
(i A Btnrmi, Miu
W lBlede, Como
N L Arery, Oaeeola
K F Tate, Tenn
Ker H liunutr, Tenn
(1 9 Willie, Tenn
11 T Hainaa. Mo
BP Hick.. K
II N Warren. Tenn
U W Jonei, Ky
B F Haien, Ohio
Mindordon, St Paul
J J Bowden, Mill
T 8 Rofcn. Bjnton
R Kink, M Y
I W llacbanon, Mil
II Collim, Mi"i
W A Fallen, Tenn ,
K H Iluaimond, Tenn
L tor, jr., lenn
i li uomay, lenn
(1 Preble, Ind
(I W Macrae, Tenn ,
U II Home, Tenn '
F B Young, Tenn
W P Jaquri, Mill
J WOweni, Mia
J 11 Erholi.Ky
M K Mandelbanm, Md
J M Pr-.trl,l Mi..
I T Porter, Tenn
E C JonM. Tenn
5 Paridife, Tenn
J Oiler, Omaha
J W Jolinion, Miu
J B Dowd, Miu
11 Htilel, Ark
A Noble, Mo
W Bchwabacher, Ky A B Cordner. bt Luuil
n a jnnnaon, An r, lynon, Ark
W K Worce.Ur, Mo J T Pardee, Te
B Brown, Tex II Andcnon, Mil
it VMcCoruiick, Mini.
0. B. GALLOWAY A CO... PsnrariTou
Katei 42 50 and $3 per day, according ta
lit and looation of room upecial
W R Mclntorb, Mix W II Nanco, Ml g
J M Hewitt, Ark II P Boyce, Ark
J M litwion, Ohio O llobertif Ark
WFPInoo, Ark D A Cooper, Mill
FI. Kidder, Ind JUMcUean.Ind
J H McClellan, Ohio M J Quinn, 111
V M Ferrii, Tenn J M bediaen, Ala
JWSmilh, NO J Clubman, Ala
jQIIarrii, Ala ' JJKewmai,NY
Wr.tuinngbam.Tenn K Hantur, Ha
C H Parker. Kr
M W Wiloox, Ark
M F Kelluy, N Y
OK Bower, Ohio
T Mayor, N Y
(1 K Angler, N Y
Ij C Dulaner, Mil
F Collin, Ky
H Carrington, Tena
8 P Glenn, Mill
PU Flynn, Ohio
K A Btaor. Mill
J u mamum, Mo
J W Wynne, Ark
J A Bownle, N Y
F Trud km, Ohio
8 Lundoe, Tenn
J F Kimbrough, N Y
M Donelion, Mitl
K U Hmitb, Pa
. J 8 KloU, N Y
8 A lhmsiai km, Tenn
H W Preebafer, Ind F Monlton, Tons
is i) iierreco, ill 11 u liiebl, lad
J J Fletcher, III B K Webb, Kr
W 11 Klynn, Ky J M Brown, La
LWbilo, Ky Mii J CummingJ.Mifl
A L Perrynian, Tonn,
Ratoi, 12 par dav. Centrally located, oppo
W R Llrely, Tenn
Mn Maion, Miu
U L Rose, Mo
B 8 fomintn. Ky
J T Morrii. ill
W W Arn.ld,Tnn
T L Bemon, Tonn
A 8 Lore, Miu
n Lin). T.,
Mr. Tln.. V
(1 W Moore, Ark
J Bwift, Loniivill
II C Lang, Tenn
Mn llunon, Miu
KB rlliko, Ark
0 P Molcholr if, Mill
F K Worley, Ind
A Heagorty, N J Mn 8 Wa'llcott, Tex
J T. AVaiiK.. Ill M K tlarlinr. Tmn
H A Dudn, Kjr I) D Komn. Ind
T u Apponon, ill t liland, lonn
H G McGroarty, Ohio M K Fox, Tenn
F Mallory, Mu T u J'riuce, Mix
A M Farguion, Tenn 8 M Campbell, 111
J II Montague, Tex T 11 Grace, Ar(
M M lliixlap, 111 ) M Perry, N Y
T A McFnrlnnl, Ky II 11 Garvin, Tenn
T Dannteliuer, Oh o 1'VV Cunningham, N Y.
Dolty'B Baropeaim Hotel.
Corner ol Adami and Main itreeta. Room
600, 76o and II per day j American Plan,
(2 per day.
Flrt.claM Reitaurant In the Hotel.
J.M.HWii i Wri with l'eabody Uotel),
A ITunt, Tenn
1) Ward, 111
G E Scott, Tenn
H W Carroll, La
Mn lloagen, 111
K II Duly, Tenn
J W BcruggK, Tenn
J W Lenlie, Tenn
II II Carr, Tonn
M Garrin, Tenn
Mn A Lery, Ark
G L niopollo, 111
0 K BihUhII, III
K J 8nanfon, Tonn
A A lleurley, Ti-nn
W A Sloan, NY
J A lladowny, Tenn
J Adami, Tonn
ll Murgan, Tenn
J Chandlor, Tenn
C Hichnrdion, Tenn
Jud.e Mosi, Tenn
P J yu'gley, Tenn
Mips 0 Armatrong, Ind
K Spe'ri, O
li Mollo. Tenn
J A Miller, Ky
f M Morn, ienn
r ii ii i iii ipiilu. ivui i. i uuui jiiu.
W 1. MoNeely, Va G Newton, Mo
.' a, t I T li u .1 T ..
J, G. SCHMIDT & SON,
O-" - .in -i ' fcj
Importtrl aid 4ealerl In Onum. AmmSj
nliHtu and riabliiK Tnrkl. Bnlltlera'
Uardwan, Ulrle BpiIb ant An-
nnncintoraior llnteleand naniaencei.o.u
Main alrwl, Mnaphla, Tenn. Kleetrio
(npplioi alwayi on hand.' Repairing neatly
Importer and sbaubh in
Guns, Ammunition, Finning Tackle
. and Sportsmen's Supplies,
WHOLES A tB AND RBTAIL.
Sad Bain Htreet, Bempblo, Tovb:
Manufnoturlng and Repairing of Gnn a
Kp.i-ia'tr. mir-Tetephono No. fra.
Young & Brother,
Looksollors and Stationers,
9 IS Main St.. Memphis Tenn
WlabliiBT to Wetlre Inn Rualneaa
rt'e Oiler war Entire
STOCK AT COST.
i i. j a it ... ii
ob-SULF VIEW Bay a Home on
the Wrna Blemlcnn GULiF COAST,
rrhoro yon won't free in winter. Ther
mometer rarely below (0 degree!. Forty-five
miloi eat ol New Orleani, on tie Louisville
and Naahrllle Kail road I four daily traim:
Toulm depot on thil place. I niorpwued
funning and fishing. Oiang growth equal!
lorid. Orangei grown on this eoait took
I1U0 gold medal at the World' Kxpoiilion,
New Orleana, lait wintor. On mile ot Gulf
fronf ; itoametn nailing btween,New Orleani
and Mobile, in full view. Oyiten, loft-ihell
erahi and inrimpa abound In lemon. Asth
ma, broaehitli, and all throat and lung
trouble! oured by a renidenoa oa tbia eoatt
breathing the balmy ia!t lea air. Bend 1.5
and you will get a deed by return mail for a
building lot ouiiWO, which will b worth ten
time! thil amount in leu than five yean.
Addreri Log a Wiiir, Holly Spring,
Mm., or R. J. Black A Co.. Meuphii.Tenn
JiCisoa, Miss., Sept. 31, 188r.
I take treat pleaaur In rutin that flulf
View adjoin! the celebrated J. F. 11. Clai
borne plaoo, and ii decidedly on of thf moit
deairabie en th tlulf coaet. 1 e thil, bar
ing otlen hoea oa acd ererthe place, vary
reoifufTJ, . . , K. E. V. ALL,
Ccmin:rr!;-i!?r ' Tmmteratieo and Agricul
ture, Slateof Miefifeeippi.
Battle of the Petticoats.
Fierce Factional Fight Follow
ing Foolish Female Frolic.
Wild Mar Wlioopaj Women
Exasperated, Excited Endeavors
Each Eagerly Embraced.
Mrs. Testy Yes, I'm glad to say
that my husband ia very good natured.
Mrs. Crusty And so is mine.
MrsJTcBty But my husband
never Licked over tbe stove.
Mrs. Crusty Are you sure of that?
Mrs. Testy Yes, I'm sure of it ;
but I heard your husband did.
Mrs. Crusty Well, whoever told
you that told a falsehood; besides,
I'd rather my husband would kick
over the stove than to kick me,
like I heard a certain woman's hus
Mrs. Testy Oh! you mean thing!
My husband never gave me aa much
aa a cross word in his life.
Mrs. Crnsty No, and I suppose
he never came home intoxicated.
Mrs. Testy Yes, I'll admit that;
but then he doesn't squander all his
money and' leave his family suffering
Mrs. Crusty I can prove that my
husband is not a spendthrift
Mrs. Testy Prove it, please.
Mrs. Crusty Why, he buys his
clothes at the Mitiit Parlors, 2C2
Mrs. TeHty And so does mine,
lie says ho can save money enough
there on a suit and overcoat to buy
coal for the entiro winter.
Mrs. Crusty That's just the re
mark my husband made. lie said
the overcoat he got there for &2 was
worth $40, and tho suk lie paid $20
for could nob have been made to fell
for less than $35.
Mrs. Testy I'm sorry, dear, that I
raid anything about your husband.
Mrs. Crusty Never mind, it was
all my fault; but I gaess we'd been
quarreling yet if it hadn't been for
tho Misfit Parlors.' Gracious! what
happiness they do bring to Memphis.
Mrs. Testy Yes, the Misfit Par,
lors are a real blessing. There are
bargains there for rich and poor, for
it sells the finest of custom-made
clothing at prices which do not often
represent too cost price of clothing.
You get Suits, Overooats and Pants
there for half price.
N.B. Our present stock of fine
merchant tailors mibfits in elegant
Overcoats and Suits that we sold
originally for one-half of their actual
value, we are now belling below
cokt to enable us to make room for
the large and handsome' stock of custom-made
garments which we will
receive from our agents at the open
ing of the spring season. If you de
sire to secure a own cine bargain
in a suit or overcoat it will pay
you to givo us a call.
272 Second St., Memphis,
0pp. Court Square.
Jta5 Jlemembcr, all alterations to
insure a perfect fit cheerfully and
promptly made, without additional
charge, by a first-class tailor.
ear Open Evening antll 0 o'clock,
Satnraaya until II.
Importer and Dealer ia
Guns, ttahlnar Taeble atl Mporto-iHcn'aoaiiplK-
giren to MANUFACTURING and KH-PAlilN3--
41lTfftln Nf., Memphis, Tenn
ALWAYS HOHETUIXU SEW.
WB want otxratroni and all onniniaera
ol BOXkJsTB the city of Uemphii to
know that w ar putting ko a
for tamnlnjr 1RADK-MARK AND CARD
ON BOXliS furnUhed ky u. Wo are al
way ahead when it oomei to oaterins to th
wanta of our trade.
M(H)llItl FF I,ITlnF.H CO.
SHEA & MCCARTHY, Tropr's.
140,142,144 Front, Memphis.
OM Of IH K LARaKST BOILER eHOPS
in Cie Hontu and the omy oomileta
Poller affd S-Iro! Warkl rn theoity.
Hanalaotarora of nMy plate Iron
work of every onxcwlpllow. Speoial
.trwMA. ww -iwion work.
Jon Ovirton, Jr.
0. N. Ghosvrnor.
OVERTON & GKUSVEKCR,
Real Estate Dealers
AGENTS fc BROKERS,
Office, 264 Seoond Street.
K. mw. bbmm aad Coaur.
MSatl'Iil, ... TE5SES3ES.
RWAI BSTATI1 BOUHT AND BOLD.
TaieiPald, Colleotad, Ot.. tin
I HEREBY wars th rublio from trading or
baying oertaia note! mad by me; on
note or JU0, due Jan. 30, lxa- on ler $1.10,
diu Ju'r t . ISiUi, and one for WO, due Sept.
payaole to the order of Mrs
L. K. Wadsworto. Th condition! for which
the abore Dote were giren not being conv
Elied with, 1 refuee to rar them, and hen
I air notice to clici, .
, . . , . J4J18. A. J. IRSNKY.
: i . t i
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
. In tbe eitj, comprising In part of
RLIXD RRII1LES, IIOKISE A.M HVLE COfXARS.
J!i?!!iiS.Vl,,s IIAME ASB JJAUE NTRISCiS
UK ANN RODS. CI.KYISEN.
COULTERS, Plow Elne, TRACE AXD WAGO.V CUAIXS
OIJC ASKHTM IB IIXPHM FOB
B. F. AYERY & SON'S PLOWS.
OLE A6EHTH 1M MEMPHIS FOB
THE IOWA BARB WIRE CO.
OEGILL BROTHERS & CO.
.tlO and 318 Front SI reef. M emphla, Teitu.
BACK BANDS, HAMSSTItlSGSa.
IJL,INI I.IIIDL7ES, TIIACE Clf AINW,
lYehavea most complete stockof Cutlery, Guns, Shelf and riaatatlon
Hardware, which we offer te the trade at rock-bottom prices.
S94 Hf AIM STREET MEHPHIS, TElVUf.
J. T. FAR0AS0N. J. A. HUNT. O. C. HKIN. R. A. PARKER. E. L. W00DS01
J. T. PARGASON & GO.
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
C89 Front Street, Mecaphlt, Tenu.
Cotton eonilgncd t) ni will har our cireful attention. We carry at nil ticuosi wII-
(olected itock o.
Stapled Fancy Groceries, Winss, Liqucrsjobacca. Cigars, ,
Aad will aell aa lw aa th Iaereaf.
KST Cash Advances to Itferelianfft and Plunfem.
BRIHLY LAND SIDE
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SEUS & FERTILIZERS.
R.G. CRAIG & CO ,37-39 Union, lemphis
No. S97 Second (Street, : UempM. Tenn,
W. F. TAYLOR & GO.
Cotton Factors & Commission Herch'fs,
No. 314 Front Street, Corner of Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
Liberal Adranwa Made on ConalxnmrntH.
JOHN RE ID.
1F8.- 353- Xji53ES c3 OO-a
376-378-38O-3S2-384-JW0 Second street, south ol Oayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Singles,
Wonldlng, l.allia, t'edaj- ot. t Pl-iru.
VAPOIiEON HILL MICHAEL GAVIN,
Louis hanaukr. thomas boyce,
8. H. BROOKS. T. 11. MUBURN,
ANDRKW RHNKKRT, B0I. COIiKMAN.
JAMES B. ROBINSON. WM, KATZK1IBKRQBR.
erDepoiiti reeeirtd In turn of il and
-We bay and loll loeal Inrestment Bordi and Seenritiei generally, paytazee, act ae
truatees, and. In general, cxaeat any financial businei nqutrlng a lai'o and ref poniialo
r We iaiue drafta, in mm! to init purchaien, en all part of Europe.
as-W bar a eeminodioui Vault for the deposit ol valuable!, whioa li at UK tervie or
our euitomiri, i ree ai ajuarice.
O. P. HIDDEN, President. EWD. U0LDSMITU, TIce-President.
JAMES KATI1AN, rahler.
BY rirtue of a trunt deed executed to me
a trurtee by E. M. Apperion and Susan
B. Apperion, hia wile, tecorded in record
book A 2, page 402, in the Circuit Court
Clerk' and hecorder'a office of Crittenden
county, Arkaniai, to secure certain indi-bt-ednen
theiejin mentioned, default having
been made in laid deed ot trust, I will, at the
reiueBtof the benehoiary in laid truit deed,
Frbrnnry IH, 1NSO,
within legal hour, en the prcmuef, offor for
inle, at pualio outcry, for curb, to the high
est bidder, the following property described
in laid trimt deed, to-wit, the plantationi
nown aa Wnoko and Berkley plantationi,
situated in Crittenden ceoiily, Arkansas,
about nine milei below Meiupnn, beitM ai
followr, to-wit: All of lection 19, I6.NK9
K, Bo.1 10-llKlacreii WXSH'X aection 20, T
, N R 9 K, 80 acre? ; r. fr it aection , T 8,
N R E. 1.0 acres : NW tril lection SO, T 6,
N K 9 13, 3S-100 acres: part of Spanish
tran t No, 2J73. T 6. N K 8 K, KS1 fii-100 acres :
N E hi lection IB, T 6. N R 9 B, IliO acrei : N
li N K U section SI, T 6, N R 9 E, 60 acres :
N W W section 31, TB, N K 9 E, 160 aores : IS W
ii section 80, T 6. N R 9 K. lfiO acre. : SK M
section 25. X 6, N R 8 E, 16 acres : N M e
Uon 26. T 6, N K. 3U) acres : W lection
25, T 6. N R 8 K, ;0 acrea: SB fr M section
30, T 6, N R 9 K, 86 acrei i fr section Z, T 6,
N R K. li acros; part of Spanish Grant
No. 2S7S, T 6, N R 9 E, 191 acres-in all con
taining twenty-eight hundred and oiebty
two and 10-HI0 acres, togetlior with all im
provements thereon and all appurtenance!
thereunto beloaging. The equity of redump
tion and right to dower and homestead
Also at said time and place, and on laid
terms, will sell th following personal prop
erty, situate and now on said plantations,
to-wit: Fortr-ieven mules, forty-one head of
cattle, fear hogs, being all the moles, caJtle
and hogs on laid plantations. Also, a full
and eamplut assortment oi farming imple
ment! Title believed to be good, thoagh I aell
and warrant only as trustee.
.... : : W. M. tiNhKD, Iruite.
; - ,:'l ii,-' ' I ' -
Wf arc & PkEw
8. P. BOWDRE.
K. E. LKK.
J. f. HANDWHRKBR...
DAVm P. HARDEN,
J AMBB A. OMBBRIi,
upward, aad interest allowed on lame Semi
MERCANTILE BASK OF AIEJll'HIS
MEMPHIS, TENN.. Jab cast 19, 1686.
aar At thel regular monthly meeting of the
Board of Directors of this Hank, held thin
day, a Cash Dividend of .
FIVE' (5) PER CKT.
waadeelared out cf tho net earnings of the
past six months, payable on demand.
C. II. PAINE, Cashier.
A Valuable Patent,,
Daney'i iHorao) Cora aad Pea Flaa
aer. aAVINO parfectad my invention, I Wish
to plaee it befor the puolic, e"peially
mnnlaoturera. As a Corn Plantar, it ii a
perleot'B eel! openi h drill, oiilribut
th seed aoc. rai.iy, uuiuier.d, and eovr
th same, thereby ona man performing the-,
work of three. Tho' have been DReaVja
this aection for over a dotcn yeari witn per
feot latiifaotion. Can give resporlifcl teatj- -moniali.
JOHN ii- DANCY, Dancyrllle,
Haywood county. Te-wi. i
DR. R- E. BULLINGT0N,
237 Biuin Street, i Sempbis, l enn.