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RAILROAD HUE TABLE.
LonjHIll,Jiew Orleans and Texas tt'j
aiMiiMirri valley bolts.
InKffect yoyember B,
A.si MAIL. Soul hi North. "
Memph - i e:00 p.n 11:00 a.m
Lata..... . B. 6:4rt p.m t:4H a.m
Leland... .C p.m 5:) .m
Vickiburr... D l:0a.m i:tfl a.m
UrrioB.-.K 1:42 a. a 12:16 a.m
Ethel ...F :- a.m K: 30 p.m
Baton Houee. ....-.. 6:21 a. m 1:42 p.m
Sew Orleans .Jl- S:) p.m J:3U pjn
EXPRESS. "South. North.
Memphia . :40 a.m 8:00 p.m
Lai.. .. 12:(Uoo'n 2:45 p.m
Leland .. 3:45 p.m 11:10 a.m
Vicksburi - ....... J:li p. ml 7:30 a.m
A With ill lines entering Memphli.
B With M. A N. W. K. R. for lietona.
O For Hreenyille and hunting Ion, and all
D-Witb V. A M. ind V 8. A P. Rillroidf.
B-With N.. J. AC. B.K. fur Xtatcbu aud
F For i'oinu on the Branch,
fa With steamers for Bayou Ran.
D With riilro.di divining for Florida and
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Carson all tralni.
J AS. M. KUWAKDS, V. P.andU 34.
M. lil KKC, uenernl oup I.
A. J.K.NAl'Pi il. V, A.
Mlaalaafppl and Tennnasee.-Fnt
mil train iiitii daily at 4:45 p.m. I ar
rival at tl:i& a.m. Local (reight leave! at
6:4 a.m.i a-rivai it 4:S) p.m. Freight
train. Not. 6 and B run tri-weskly. lio. e
Invci Memphis Monday) Wednesday and
ein ill anal LlttU Kork Tralni
mora as foi--m (central itandard time)
N 1 ..vn dti' i6:iS p.m.i arrival at
:65 p.m.) i. 3 lets at 4:50 a.m. (ar
rival at 1:50 l.u.l M. D UrelyM) l:'es
liepeteld daily. eer-t &nnd y, a'. 6:00
a.m. i rmiat7:lup.B.
(ihMipuki, Ohio ! atoolnweef -
rn freins biovi asfo'lowas No. 1 (fait
lini dally) liayes at 11:30a.m. No. 1 leave!
at 11:40 p.m. tUilv. bt. Louis fait lint
leaves daily bt 6:30 o,m. So. 7 (laitlina
daily I ai rival at 1 :30 p.m. Mail and ar
presi arrivii laily it 3 15 a.m. St. Louil
fait Una arrival dallyll:u6a m.
eaaphla and Ctaarlea ton Trail I
movM loi'ows. iarotga x press leave,
a.uy at iip.ra. m all and ax or ail laava.
dally at 8:10 .m. t-omeiville acccmmod'
linn laava. dally, inapt Bandar, at 4 30
p.m, Tbroigh eipreii itIvvi da"y at 6:2ft
a.m. Mail and aipraii arrla daily al 4.66
5. m. Bomemlle eooomn oda'.ion irrlva.
ily, xcevlBonday, at S'bua-m.
Lenl'vtlle and aehllle Tralni
1 1 f jl'ta Fait mail arrival daily at
4:36 a. in. i learn at 10:10 p.m. I mall leavri
dally at 8:UJa.n. own.villf aceotcmt
dation laava. gaily, ii Sunday, at 6:00
P.m.t mail arrive, ni'y at 6:00 p.m.
Brownivllle aoeommodattuii arrival daily.
vui bnadas, at t:4fl i.m. tilaauard
Ilnmfkiti . Birmingham and Atlantis-Hotlv
Spvino. rlouta Train! mora aa
followi! No. 1 laava. Memj.hll daily at 4:00
p.m.. arrival at Holly Hnrinm at 6:30 p.m. i
No. 2 laavai Ilnlly Srrlnn dally at 0:00
a.m., arrival at Memtthii at II il6a.io.i No.
(laavai Mamphil dally at 7:30 p.m., arrival
at Holly Hprinii at ll:nH p.m.) No. 6 laavai
Holly Kprinn daily at 3:30 a.m.. arrlvn at
Uaniphl. at :35 a.m.
WilHiiteTOJ, I). C , February 101 a.m.
Fur Memphis and vicinity Loral
rain or snow, fo'bwed by fair, colder
weather; clightcold wave, blue star,
followed by blue crescent, red cres
cent. Cola War 4 onilaa.
N WiinOT(iN, D. Ci Febrniry 9, 1A86. )
6 o'olock p.m.
Olinorvar, Mcmphii, Ttnn i
Hoist cold-wave nlKtifl. A allfrbt
cold wave is coiiiIiir. The tempera
tare will fill from 10 to 15 in the
Missiesippi V ill ley in the next twenty-
lour to Unrty-two hours, and In the
other dietricls during the next forty
eight hours. BA7.CN,
I oil lent tuna,
lor Ttnnrue and th Ohio Valley;
Fair wather, fullmeed by local rain;
j'iniZi tMting to ttijhtly cvldrr wttcrly
in the weitern pcrti(m,nmihtrly ttUi in
tht eastern portkn, with t'ationary tern
jxrature, fJlowd by ttightly colder
Slmrsra, Tins., Fibruaryv, 18ffl.
': Tim. I Bar. Thar. Wind. Waath.r.
'l 1:00a.m.. 29.WW1 46 R U.K." clrnidy!
lI:(la.m..N.dVi M.O H.K. Cloudy.
I S:(Jp.in..(2.7.;7 H2.K H.K. Claar.
I 7:00 p.m.. at.7M 6K.8 H.K. Claar.
10:00n m. I'l ,)! mi 4 h k fllnu.lr.
Maximum tamparatura, ttt.0.
Minimum tainparalun, 46.7.
Rainfall, 0 00.
All ob.ervationi ara taken on 76 meridian
time, which ii one hour (iitar thin looal
Thne lilaek Cloakt to-night.
A (rood hard rain would be of the
There will be n meetinp; of the
Executive Committee at the rooms of
the Woman's Kxcbanee this morning.
The guild of the Good Shepherd
will give a selitct social at t h n residence
of Mr. Win. Huiley, 3' J Johnson ave
nue, this evening.
JiiRti.ie KUiitfhtfr ban filed an In
demnifying load for 431.00 in the
Chancery Court, with J u mi ceo Moore
nd J. M. Fleming tsaaretier,
Margaret Godwin, colored, nsks
the (Jhanrery Court to divorce her
from her hnaband, Henry, who she
claims has been unfaithful to her.
Tlie Silver King, which aeeins to
be drawing houses as large as of old,
begins tn engagement of three nights
and a matinee at the Memphis Thea
ter next Monday.
Mr. II. E. Garth, formerly presi
dent of the Uermm National Bank of
this city, has been piomoted from
cashier to president of the Mechanics'
Bank of New Orleans.
The celebratsd lVton ccal mines
of Alabairu have concluded to put
their crnl on thi market and have
made arrangements with P. M. Pat
terson & Co. to dflivor it in tbis city.
Chief Davis ia in receipt of a let
ter from Mrs. N. H. hogtn, Cincin
nati, making inquiry for proof of the
death of her husband, who served in
the Mexican war and died here. She
desires to apply fir a pension.
CaDital numbers in the Louisiana
R n'e iottery Company, it Sew Or
leans, drawing iebrua'ry tnh: 57,70.5,
capital, J75,(K 0; 78,'W8,econd capital,
T-'o.OOO (sold at Memphis); Sli.M'i,
third capital, 10,0Uh '.'T.iMti, (000:
About 1 o'clock yoaierdav the one
io y fi.nie houe at No, iiti Ellict
t It et, owned and occupied bv Mrs.
'Wriutt, caught tire from a defective
llae anil : damaged to the extent cf
bout f.'OO. Fully insured with Mur
phy fi Mnrpby.
Mr. V. I Kuwlius thinks the
statement in the Aitku. tbat he testi
fied be did no'see le A'.lni vote does
him an injustice. Whir, lie said was
tbat he Jid not re.-uHiuber that he
Toved on the fir,t builot. As the flrjt
was the only biiU.it in ijut lion it was
not thought net.edft.iiy to epecify it.
Mr. KK. bcrtt, passenger agent
of e Newport News and AlisHiseippi
YVv Conpany, relumed yesterday
Irom New Orle;io, where he went to
UI ".,u "mow
. Oombira'ion, en route l3r Cincinnati.
ber, passed through Memphis early in
, , .
ijiu eoiu aau surer laacn as ca
st JSttlford's. I
Mb. II km rt Dkiykcs ind bride, nee
Bertha llirsth of Greenville, Mies.,
are at the (iayofo.
A. O. Jimu baa been appointed
operiotendent cf P. M. Patterson &
Co.'s omnibns line.
J. II. Mack, rrarner, and Harry
Hine, butineas manager, of the bilver
Kins; Company', are in the city.
Capt. C. 8. Mattisos. J. P. Ilsll,
Mrs. J. M. Taylor and Miss Ella Potts
of Holly Springs are in the city.
Though the ertirprise of Manager
Ford in giving 1'rinati Ida is to be
commended, the fact remains tbut
last night's audience, which was one
of the largest and most cultured of
the Beason, was very much disap
pointed. That it lai been a
failure everywhere nearly every
one ot inogH who were Mn
attendance last evening knew
Deioreiiami, and cariosity to see an
opera by Gilbert and hullivan which
Ind ia' led to elicit popular applause,
was largely the motive which led t
the purchase of sests. That they ex
pected the opera to be done in the
best style is hardly possible, and on
the "whole it is safe t say that
ronody regret tid the loss (1 the
dollar and three hours time required
lor a visit to "Castle Adamant.'
Given by a hrce and powerful com.
pany of artist! cf the highest merit,
especially trained to it, with all the
necessary costumes and surroundings,
something beyond Mr. lord, the
rrmcest Ida might, and probatly
wouia be, Keenly enjoyed by
people who have a refined sense
cf wit and a cultivated tut)
for music. It has few cf the el
ement) of popular success, however.
and even at iti best could net hope for
tne reward which has attended all the
other efforts tf the f imoos composers,
There are a number of really exquis
ite gems Bcaiiereu ibrougn the opera,
but it has not e tough "go"
fur the average audience of
to day such audiences as Mr. Ford's
company caters tx Mies Blanche
Chapman ai the "Princess Ida" did a
great deal towards redeeming the per-
lormance lrom utter lailure. Miss
Kay Samuels was very clever as
"Lady Blanche." Miss Marie Cam
myer went through the part cf "Me
lissa" very creditably. Joe Armand'a
score was out f his reach.
knd the single of "Walter
West" (Ilildebrand), in the hut
act was enough to make one's bair
rise on end. None of the choruses
were strong, and though the audience
was anxious to be pleased, there was
net enthusiasm enough among them
to secure more than two recalls during
the evening. The Three Black Cloah,
charming little opera filly in the
scope cf the company, will be given
4'roaby'a Dime Huaenm.
The second day's proceedinss of the
Fat Women's Association commenced
in the main hall of the Museum at 1
o'clock p.m. yesterday. There wai
quits as large an attendance as on
Monday, the audienee being com
posed mainly of prominent citizsns
ana nunusomeiy dressed ladies. The
latter could not eulllcieutly admire the
elegant costu.i es of the members of
the Fat Women's Association. For
their benefit the following description
Queen Fatima (Minn Rose Leslie),
(115, black silk skirt, trimmed with
twenty rowsorplaitp, bodice of figured
silk, polonaise (Spanish point lace.
Bou'onniere of lotus lilies (sizs of a
large cabbage) and diamond orna
ments. LadyAulpoja (Miss Elise Willln),
clel blue satin, trimmed with Japanese
)a;e, overdress of nun's veiling.
La Grand Docheaee (Mme. de Reran
ger), a combination crimson satin suit,
with cream satin facings, and trimmed
with cording and buttons a la militaire
and point d'Alencon luce.
Miss Carrie A kers, the fat midget,
pink satin dress cut en train, trimmed
with Irish point lace, pearl orna
ment. Lady Infanta (Mies Gertie P'a'.h),
a cinnamon moire antique with blue
satin front covered with flowered
black Spanish lace, amethyst and
Ldy Motmiit) (Miss Eva Hand
right), apple blossom satin, old French
lace trimming, pearl jewelry,
Ladv Gigantea (Miss Anna Bull, the
f;iant fu. girl), a splendid costume of
avendor silk, cut a laOreenaway, with
train, trimmed with old French lace,
Counties Oleo (Miss Lulu Olsen,)
a Parisian suit rf term cottatutin with.
Iriih hce trimmings. E'ruscaa
At the night session the Museum
wai packed in every hall, and the visi
tors entered thoroughly into the spirit
of the convention aud the rivalry be
tween the 'air fat ones was worked up
t fver heat in a gooi'-iatured way.
The proceedings of the convention
were marked by extreme harmony
and good feeling. The audience wan
dered from one airy being to another,
and was filled with tmrprise at the
bulk and weight of each. It fcai be
come an understood rule that the
ladies who desire to visit the Museum
do so during the af'.orucon, as the
evening performances are invariably
crowded. The s'aje peiformatice this
week is fully up U the standard cf ex
cellence. There is not an act w hich
is dry or uninteresting.
Closiso pric?s for May options at
Chkno yestenlay: Pork, $11 12 j.
Lard, tU7!c Clear rib sides, r.52Jc.
Corn, 40c bid. Oats, 31 ;c asked.
At Liverpool yeRterday: Whfuf,
was quie t and supply good. Keceipts
for the pa-t three days 11 2, (XX) centals,
including 77,000 Amorican. Corn dull ;
sew mixed western, 4s l id. The re
ceipts of American corn for the past
three days were 3i,ti00 centals,
YisiTomon 'Change yesterday : J.
A. Evane, New York; J. M. Woodard,
Jackson, Tenn. ; A. M. Austin, Browns
ville; Walter Allen, New Orleans; G.
U. Ellis, Henilerson, Ky.; (. G. fan
line, Yicksbnrg; Brook L. Donoho, tt.
Lima; J. P. Burdeao, St. Louis; C. L.
Waring, Grand Bapids, Mich.
Kii'obt of the GrRin Elevator veg
terday : Wheiet received, none ; with
drawn, 1144 bushels; in store, 13,900
btiabeis. Corn received, 27tH) bushels;
withdrawn, ,Vj:!2 bushels: in store.
-i,u DiiBiieis. uats received.
1 Tlllll I
buahela; withdrawn, Stti bushtls; in I
stoie, r'.',li.S7 biiBhela.
Ths committM in charge of the
Woman's Kxchange veeterday were
Mn T f H ,w.V, II.. t? , ..
Mra. K. M. McClean. Among the
viaitors were L.T. Pride, Pride Stt-
I10n, Ala.: A.J. Martin, I.. J. Shep. i
herd, C. II. Trimba, Mrs. Walter Mer-1
rnnan. Miss .May lloltlen, Uhica o:
J.J. Murphy, W. H. Bates, T. J. La-
tnam, Mrs. AI. W. Wintor, Mias
Montgomery, Mrs. O. II. Yogel,
II. C. Low-, Mrs. J. O. McClinlo k,
Mr. ana Mm. Percy Ii. Freeman, W.
C. Freeman, Port Byron, N. Y.; J. B.
Heii-kell, the fiev. II. A. Jonen, Mrs.
F. W. Taj lor, J. II. Smith, F. 1L Heis
kell.W. A.Wheatley, George E. Kudi
till. Tub New York Pott fn U cotton re
view says: Sellers of future deliveries
bad to submit to a further decline. At
the third call August bronght MS.':
November, 9. 03c; March was ou"red
a. 'J 01c: April, 9.13c; May, 923c;
June, 9 33o; July, 9.10b: September,
9 24c ; October, 0.05c. Features closed
steady; March to September 3-H.OOj)
4-lOCc lower than yettsrdsy.
Mr Ellison's annual cotton review
for 1835 baa been issued. It shows
the to'a' consumption of Great Britain
to be 3.359.C0O bales cf 4'X) r"d
each, and of the continent 3,220.000
bales of like weights, a decline from
lbtvi in the forraerof 348,000 1 a'esand
in the latter of 121,000 bil-g. During
the twelve raoi ths the visibh supply
decreased about 36.000 bales of ordi
nary weights, while sninners' stot k
have 'fen iedufd 1 18 000 bales of 400
pound" iajb. Mr. Ellison's estimate
cf supply and spinners' requirements
indicates mat it win riqmre an Amer
ican crop of but 6,150,000 ka'es to leave
siocas every wliere.on September 30ih
the same as at the close of lustscaion
The tame review also si ows tbat the
wovklv consumption in Europe is now
loz.utu naies oi 4iu pounds each
againet i.iz,uuu nates oi the sime
weight at the co responding time hvt
year. The total spinners' stocks
Oreat iiri'uin and on the continent
have increased 211,010 bales during
the month, but are still 118.000 bales
less than at the same itatu list season
HOTEIj All RIVALS.
W. H. BINOHAM Maaaoia.
European plan. Enlarged and refurniihed
rricei aoooraini to me and loca
tion of roomi.
JCollini, Ark WCollini. Ark
JO Kllflicrry, Ark WTCIark,Ar
it i vtmaoe, Ara w if caaey, ill
11 Hank.. Ark
fi II llarnuin, Ala
T E Wmaton, Ala
J A Anilrowi, Ala
1) II llakrr. T.nn
w h lip. I I
J N Stephenson. Tenn
Mi. 1 1 Martin, i onn
J Maycock, 111
J N I'ulliam, Tenn
J BP-Hey, Mini
J C Htoffart, Teun
Kd Cole, Tenn
8 J lieene. Tenn
J E Hoilea, Mirb
T8 Letaon, Ark
J H.Kawlina, Teen
8 0 Wilburn, Ml-i
l'at Winturi, Tann
J M Mnoon, Tenn
n m Aiuaim, Tenn
K A lllnck well, Tenn
V .l Uillilland. Tenn
I' Tracy, Tenn
W J C'haae. Tenn
J 8 I.eilli, iAStLKK
lot 1'ufra.n, lenn
T A Martlmll jr. Mia. K f.Htreat. Mo
nei may, mo w n narvey, Tenn
W K llanniek, Tenn I A Kurguaon, Tenn
W P Uitrh. Ark h H Wern. Ark
J N llrown- Mi. II Hrr. A m. Mi..
J II SlHllorM A i.Miil M T Caini,hell, Ark
J II McCain, Ky 11 Avi. Mo
n f 1 unite. Aim Jackaon hirher, Mill
.1 A hudiluth. Mill H IT Mr(Vw. Mi.
T f Collier, Tenn C She herd. Liconia
rr j uati.n, Tenn It V Miller, ienn
J 8 Adtrhultlt. Tann
The New Uiyoao.
FARRINOTON, BTEWART A WMTE,
Ratal, $2 60 to 44 per day, aocording to loca
tion oi rooms.
R I Martin, Ark Mn Crock'n, Ara
'olor June.. T.nn
8 l.indol, Tenn
8N Krauaa, N Y
A COwan. Ohio
II M Wilaon. Ill
M R Ijewia Ai. Ark
CC Mitchell, 111
J A Armatronir Af,lnd
L 8 Parka, Alo
Rev A V W'erli. Tex
ii in uonin, Mich
Mm U T llniiMin, Tex
T J (lilleapio Aw, Ark
Miaa N Huneon, Tex
wiaa tuileapie, Ark
rnuriin tiiiKiapie, Ark
Win llnnaPlaon.Ohin Mr. I1 M .lnhn,nn. ln
p Mi'.lsr Ark 0 Lllallo i w, l,a r
rt r roirae'i, ienn a iirennn, unio
T W K..ti. k, M T iiMMml.,. V.
RRNatban.NY N Minon ikw, Miai
fv coyer, Altai T Mook, Tenn
W I) Cliupinan, Mill ) A Auatin, Tenn
A M Am in, Tenn W 4 lircunn, Kn
A V Veiuil, Md W A Morrow, Tenn
U II MuNaren, Tenn 11 T llarrii, Tonn
J Kohinaon Aw.M 8 M Havlord. Ill
ft 1) Townor Aw, 111 K A hindauy, Tenn
w M Uudil, hy
A U Arnold, Aliri
11 K Hirka. ki
W T Adama, Miaa
T 11 Root, Mill
C I) Albertaon, Mid
EC Waaaell, la
K I) (tri-ne-. Ala
11 V rii hilor, Ind
W Joroa, Ky
PC Young, Tex
,1 l rt llion, Allaa
h N (Iri.iuan, Tonn'
A J Parker, Miai
0. B. At,LOWAY A CO PanniiToaa
Itauti ft 00 and 1,1 per day, according ta
iia and location of room Special
II W Rradley, Ky K Chipnell, Tenn
ii i manton, lenn r. u liana, JN k
1, Kuh. Ark
1) Liohcnatoin, N Y
,1 K llenion, Tenn
M Schneaaler, Ala
T W Kilpatrick, Miaa
It F lludHon, Miaa
F Ivy, Min
J f Horry, N Y
A II 1'lant, Trim
Miaa Aiken, Tenu
K K Keid, Tenn
M (1 llryre. Pa
K F Stewart, Mo
J Hionnxon, Tenn
J Fuinoil, Ark
J T llainmerill, N Y
(1 Wurringlnn Aw, NY
.1 It Mitiraw, -Mo
II li liviina. N V
I. Kelt, N V
.1 W J Tapp, Ky
R T Martin, Ark
8 Mitchell, Tenn
K V I'cluhourn, R I
KC Dcleviin, N V
J W O Wnllnce, Ark
8 J Wondel Tann
II C Long, Miti
8 K lllair, N Y
F II Milburn. NY
II M Aiken, Tnn
C 8 Juhnaon, lla
A It Uuvia, l'a
J Morrow, '1'onn
II Ulaaor. Ohio
J A Wooilaon, Alk
W II Ciiaey, III
J Hiti liip, N Y
K ti'hmidl. Mo
H W Floyd, III
K Koater Aw,;Mia
W A Thomiia, N Y
tl M Armstrong, Md
U Uryaon, Tonn
ti 8 Smith, Mo
J hlmirt. N Y
11.1 llml.y, Tenn
P II Oaria, Md
Mo J M Archer, Ark
I Sevinioaki, fa
C N Ilrooka, 111
Aliaa R Putteraoi
) W Curtis, Mti
A II Claik, Ta
J U .Moheotl, Ohio
X M Thompaon, .Mo
ZT White, Mill
1) II Pitta, Vu
W McCain, Mjl
I C hyona, Ya
II U Liflcrty.Uhio
J A Thomp.'OD, Tonn
Mrc. Santlora, Miha
F lloialielw.nl, Ta
W II Kiley, N V
1IC llalibir.l, Ohio
W II Park, Ya
W II ilwinn, Ohio
W C Lyons, Mo
Clarendon Hotel. ,
110WLF.8 A 1,8' A KM Paiiruigroan.
Riites $J pti' iluy.
J 11 McAllen, Miai T 11 D.nvia, Mira
W W Doiueraon, MUa II II Mitchell. Mia.
lai Atkinton, Ark Klda Page, Mt
Mutt t'"en, city Win l,eke, Tenn
11 EllillinrdAw.MiaaK 1) O Hush, Hi
S Dttli.. All. S ltl.lt.. ,itv
Ruth niintun, Mi.( Miaio l.'iirril. Ark
J II Metier, lenn
(1 8 Unvix, Tenn
t W Pat tit, Tenn
J K France, city
J A Clark, Mi"
J P Alston, city
,lilH llnwa. CIIV
M U I'ly.Mifa
J I, Comtiton. Ark
lr U Li Furae, On
V I) Meath, city
D W Anderaon, Ark
J A Sankaton, city
.1 I) Alsup, city
8 1) I inlay, Mira
W 1) Fly, Miaa
man's tii'ii1. v Tiiovra.
I) W Camniiircn, Waller West,
J. a lira. Ily. W I. Vaas Aw,
Miaa II Nii klct, Miaa hula Nickle-,
Miai Lilly Nicklea, Miaa M Stolen-,;
W A t.ray.
Iltifly'a l:nrnienn Hotel.
Corner nl Adams and Main ktreeta. Rnmi
ouo, 75c and II perday ; American Plai ,
tl per dav
Firt-claas Raataurant in the Hotel.
J.M. Dl FFY-UOyri wiih Pcabody Hotel),
J T M.iuma, Tenn W R Marrvll. Tenn
Stewart AI, Kua A H .lhu-lon, Ten n
J tl i.ilb.Ti, Teun .1 tl W tiiiiion, Mi-s
SX Ciirnillnf. ciy J W Vln. ei I. Mich
All. ert Vincent, Tenn J York. Ark
IM' Mawter, Tenn IM Hand, Tenn
II Iv Kant-ey, lonu .1 .M rletiiiiiu, lenn
W l'ork, T'tin
W I .iHckion. let. n
A ii McCamae, Ku
Mra Siowfll, Tann
S hi ui hcrt , M ia.
W P Frd. Tenn
II W Mix, Tenn
.1 T Shrolaa. K.u
ti M I) Dowers, Tenn
Andrew Carter. Tcim
F M Hnherta, Miai
A K llarlin. Miai
It Uia, Miaa
J W Jones. Tenn
M II lluiter. Tenn
K J Swanaon. c.ty
W li lira.ly, Ark
V II Webb, Ark
W II Martin. Tonn
C 8 Dibble. Tenn
X llarrinin. Ark
J J Wnrrell, Tenn
Mra M F Lewia, Ky
WT Clark. Ark
C Knell. Tenn
Mra M Parrca. Tenn
Order Jledala at Xulford'r.
I .... .1- 1 .i.i.r.liin IaH..
Muiroid, Jeweler, '.".t Main,
lot-it ordrrs from the country.
tJa lo HnllHla-e A Iigonaarolno fer
jronr flninbluc anal Una-Mlllna;.
.. ,,, ' 7 ,,
'SoU1 silverware at Mnlfofd.
I.raky root a repalreil by Knliark
A (tun, uo and 2i llenle alreei.
Monogram Dangles at .Mulford's.
templlsaentarr Bull at the Sayon
The A- Gavnso Ilotel was tha
scene last night of one of the meet de-
jignuni eoo!ul events of tne seaton,
tbeo.'casion being a coiplimentary
ball given by a club of yonng gr-tt'e-
men to a number of their lady Inecd ,
The chaperonee were Mr. and Mis. E.
E. Meacham, Mr. and Mrs. W. 1).
Bethel), Mr. and Mis. T.J. Latham,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stewart and Mr. and
Mrs. C. fcf. Giorvenor. The fair gueets
and their escorts began to arrive at an
early hour aud were tojpitably re
ceived by th ilsceptioa Committee,
compnted of the f jllowing gentlemen :
M. M. Gilthrist, W. A. fcHwart,
Dave Frssitr and Sfoaey Mont
gomery. The Gayoso Hotel is
admirably adapted for the giv
ing (f balls, its specious ball-rwjm
capable ci accommodating five hun
dred couples without crowding, leads
into corridors extending in four
directions and forming a promenade
that adds indescribably to the aitrac
tivenets of tbe c'aicing hall.
Near by is the roomy dining
hi II which lai-t night presented
a aigU which Mr. Sub ett, the
steward of the hotel, pointed t with
juatprida. Covers were laid for 120
persons, each cover provided with a
email tonqutt and a bill of fare priL ted
upon aatio, heavily backed with
board, one of T of 'a most exquisite
designs, and in every way wormy of
the occasion an ok a lion where
elegance and taBte were conspicuous,
lhe tables were ranged into three
rows, and groaned under the weight
ri artistically designed lJjral decora
tions over which here and there I yra
in i us oi ianciiuliy conceived pastry
towered hiuh in tliaair AfiovBii .nam
which was announced at midnigt.t and
w a) composed of delicacies fiat would
tempt a sybara?, canciug wai re
sumed and was in full progress when
the reporter left. The committee in
charge of the floor were W. A. Gil
chritt, M. L. Mcajham aad Frank
Arrong the ladies aud . gentlemen
Miai M Fontaine,
M iM C Groarenor,
Miai M Thoinpson,
Nisi Julia Karr,
Miss Jennie Pettit,
Mies Mary Mallury,
Miaa Maggie Poatna
Mita Annie Lombard,
Mill Katie Ihovpson
Mill Alette B'ratton,
Mi's Annie Patterson
Aliaa hate b Klllutt,
Miai Marion Uovlo.
Miai L lldwdry, Micl,
Alias cricket Uuck,
Miai Ilcnee'ey.Nash, Miss liettie Uregory,
Mias Carrie Spioer. Mias N Saunders, Ky,
Mtsi Jessie Kennedy, Mias Lillie Ciwynne,
Miasr JohlMon. Via. J Lamar. U'n.ti'ni
mil. I krvniirn.
Miss Ma May Gala Mias Lottie lliilloway,
Mini Carrie Keating, Mias Io Semnies,
Miis Uiitain, Mobile, Mill Louise bneed,
Mn 0 F bcaite. Mra Jai J a inith.
MrAMriF Wnilo, Mr A Mrs Farrington,
iiunn iiuuBiir.Diooiia, bit ai i Aieacnaiii.
Mr C T Brooks, Mr M M Oilchriat,
Mr erry Kdwardl. Mr H S Kicker. Ir.
M r W C Stewart.
Air V U Mosby,
Mr B Treadwell,
Mr WK Howard, jr,
Mr J L Kerr,
Mr Wm Brown. Ir,
Mr 6 Uodgkinson,
Mr J 8 Drake,
Mr Weo Uondwyn,
Mr J L Watts,
Mr J M Kicbardaon,
Mr Charley Cowan,
Mr J A Denie, jr,
Mr T 1. Treadwell,
Mr David A Frailer. Ilr J U Minor
MrCKScaife, l)r J hi Black,
MrWP Brown, Mr Thos li Jackson,
Mr W L Haynea, Mr A 1) Armstrong,
Mr 8 K Montgomery, Mr Herbert Seville,
Mr Walter Moodman.Mr R II Beard,
MrBlBuaby, Mr CP Stewart,
Mr 8 J York. Ilr K M Will.tt. ir.
MrThooKead, MrJJ Smith.
Mr W A Uilchrist.
Pronint atleutlnn to Sin warh nr.
ileraby llubarta A Hon. TrlepbuneaiO
Flue Watch repairing- at Xalfbrd'.
Sew OrleHii Sfnrketa. v
New Oklian. La . Februarv 0
ftiaiseiB quiet ana weak, fork dull,
weak and lower,' at til 02. Bulk
meais easier Buouiaers. a.ujc: Omr
ciear, o.ooc; Clear ribs, t.7t)c. Usttou
easier; shoulders, 4Jc; lo g clear,
ti doc; clear ribs, 0 4jc. Other ait cles
easier, but not quotably lower. Sugar
nrm, Due not quotably nigiier. Mo
laeees dull, weak and 6c lower: higher
grauei nominal; open ketne, good
prime, 2o(a,c: prime. 20Ci)2Jc: toid
fair, 17tai8j; fair. 15fftl6e: Louisiana
centrifugal, prime to good prime, 15
ic; lair to good tair. 14c. Other
articles unchanged. Clearings of the
ADDITIONAL KIVEH MEWS.
NiwObi.eans, Februarv 9. Night-
Arrived: Helena, Memphis.
PrrTsmritn, F'ebruary 9. Kiirht
iiver 3 feet 8 inches on thegiuge and
rising. Weather springlike.
Cairo, February 9. Night Kiver
1 feet 2 inches on the gauge and hill
ing. eat tier cloudy and intld.
Whkkuno. W. Va.. Fehrnarv II.
Night Hiver B feet ti inches on the
gauge and stationary. Wet'jer clear
nd pleasant. Kiver clear ot ice.
Cincinnati, O.. Februarv 9. Night-
River falling, with 14 feet 0 inches oil
tbe gauge. Weather partly cloudy and
warm, nepa-ted : ti. r. N.-nenck. ew
LciKsvii.iK. February 9. Night-
River falling, with 7 feet 10 inches in
the canal u id 5 'et 8 indies on the
falls. Bti'inew dull. Weather cltar
Evansvilli, Februarv 9. Night-
River falling, with 14 feet 7 inches
on the gauge. Weather thermometer
4 '2 to 52. Departed: Mary Houston,
Cincinnati, : p.m. Kiver full of ice,
but soft and not of much drtiimenl to
The New York Weekly Star
The MemphisWeekly Appeal
Mill be fariilalieat la anliecrluere at
a I liO per year. The SrH la iil.
Ilaheil In Daily, Nliutlay autt W eekly
etltlloiiK, by Hsn. lioralieliner. Tbe
Weekly la III ' alxteen-paae
A Valuable Patenl
llanjy'a i llorae) t orn and Pen l'laii
. HAVINt) Mrlertid my inyentinn. I wih
10 il.. it b.fore the rubiic, eieially
uiHnafai'turer.. Ai a ' "rn Planter, it is a
lrieet pan opanl tbe drill, dlitrihatei
the seed accvrteiy, uiiiniered, and covers
the same, thereby one man iterfrrniinf the
work of thru. To.- have h.n used in
this seotinn lor over a doien years with per
Jeot satisfaction. Can five reipoclible tesli
JOUN U. DANCY, Dancyrille,
Haywood county, T.nn.
1 I AVIS'll (iinlid.d il admini.-tratnr
IX the estate nf frank Duncan, de'ead
notice is hereby nivea t'r all p irties harm
WAiim iaint laid itlulf tn tile s:itne wit
me: and all parties inJeMcd t.i laid utate
will Mttlr at i in-.. MiMiirhis. lnn.,Jnn. .
27. lttyi. ifrij Hi:NJ. R. I't NCaN. A'lm.
D EM OCR ATS TO THE FRONT nil
rnoas seekint Uov.mai.nt Km- )
i.loyment ia any o( the deiarttnenti at i
Washington, or aay other positions snder I
the Uorern went, I will send lull instructions
aa to how to r-riMed lo obtain the lama,
and Blann l.rrn. ( Annllenslon on
reriit ot One Dollar. Ail.lreaa JWIIN
. I'HWll, Lk-Iem tttut, Ikieafi. I
fnd" SLofrB..e.W Binnt ,?0n
clmcZit ni r'ut ? mc.onnt;ll,&n
A. B. onrBlK,
Lateof Ooodbar A Co.. Memphti.
307 & 309 Main and 18 Gayoso Streets, Memphis, Tenn.
BOSTON OFFICE No. 24 HIGH STREET.
We are roar receiving a large and Eu Ircly Sew Hf -k of Eait-m and Custom Vade Boots and Shoes forth
bpnng Trade of 188tf, which we cffr at 1:5 oc k Hotiom lric?H, on as liberal terms as can
We have EXCLUSIVE control in f
lowing lines tf CUSTOM-MADE Goods, all of whhh we
warrant to give perfect satisfaction:
George Hooker's celebrated Men's Calf Eoots.
Brady & Sbortell's Boys', Youths', Misses' and Children's
Solar l ip Sto?s
T. M. Harris & Co.'s Philadelphia made Children's Shoes.
Also, L. V. Nute & Co.'s Kip Brogans and PlowSboe
the beet Brogans mad in the United Statss-heretofore
handled by G. odbar A Cj. .
We are the only houae in this Market handling the cele
brated Krippendorf, Dittmsnn A Co line of LjtlieVand
Miiws' Kid, Goat and Calf CUSIOM Goods EXCLU
SIVELY, nnderthw Facrnrv Brancla.
Battle of the Petticoats.
Fierce Factional Fight Follow-
ing Foolish Female Frolic.
M ild War Wlioopa Women
Exasperated, Excited Eadeavors
Each Eagerly Embraced.
Mrs. Testy Yes, I'm glad to say
that my husband is very good natured.
Mrs. Crusty And so is mine.
Mrs. Testy But my husband
never kicked over the 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 tbe stove than to kick uie
liko I heard a certain woman's hus
Mrs. Testy Oh! you mean thing!
My husband never gave me as much
as a cross word in his life.
airs, crusty ino, and 1 suppose
he never camo 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 Frove it, please.
Mrs. Crusty Why, he buys his
clothes at the Misfit Parlors, 202
Mrs. Testy And so does mine.
He saya ho can save money enough
there on a suit aud overcoat to buy
coal for the entire winter.
Mrs. Cfusty That's just the re
mark my husband made. He said
the overcoat he got there for $22 was
worth $40, and the suit he paid $20
for could not have been made to sell
fur less than $35.
Mrs, Testy I'm sorry, dear, that I
said anything about your husband.
Mrs. Crusty Never mind, it was
all my fault; but I guess we'd been
quarreling yet if it hadn't been for
the Misfit Parlors. Gracious! what
happiness they do bring to Memphis.
Mrs. Testy Yes, the Misfit Par
lors aro a Jcal blessing. There are
bargain.s there for rich and poor, for
sells the finest of custom-mado
clothing at prices which do not often
represent the cost price of olothiDg.
You get Suits, Overcoats and Pants
there for half price.
N.B. Our present stock of fine
merchant tailors mi; fits in elegant I
Overcoats and Suits that we sold
originally for ono half of their actual
aluc, we are now selling below
cost to enable us to make room for
the large and handsome stock of cus-
OM-MADE OABMENTS which W0 will
rcceivefrom our agents at the open
ing of the spriug season. If you de
sire to securo a genuine bargain
a suit or overcoat it will pay
you to give us a can.
Go hi .iff Parlors
272 Ntond St., Memphis,
Upp. Court Square.
fiir Remember, all alterations to
insure a perfect fit cheerfully and
promptly made, without additional
charge, by a first-clans tailor.
aa-Opeu Evenlnaa anlll o'clock,
Nntnrdnya until 11.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
i Importers and dealers in fSnna, Animn
nlllon and i'lahlua' Tarkl., Hnllilens
tantwiire, fclertrlc Bella anil An
I nnnrlalnra lor Hotels and Residencsm.Hfl
Nnln alreel, Memphla, Tenn. Klectrio
applies alwayi oa hand. Repainn neatly
Young & Brother,
llooksellors and Stationers,
3 IS Main St., Moiuplii-S Teun
WlahlnaT to Retire front Bnalneaa
We Oiler onr l.mlre
STOCK AT COST.
.".Ktf" we b.av8
W. h. Love, late of Warren,
nam8 Kf'en uto--
I.i- fHj???BJ' v . W. LOVE,
1U oftioodbar A I o., Mamphil. Lateof Warren. Love
oe waie by any competing market.
hi m.rv.i r.1 ri
OP CABfTOgf, OHIO.
OEGILL BROTHERS & GO.
31Q and 13 Profit Street. Meinphlw. Tenn.
11 AUKS, COMiABS,
ISAX'K ISATVDS, II AME STRINGS,
KL.IIVI I5ItIIl,ES, TRACE CHAINS,
We have a most complete slock of Cutlery, tiling. Shelf and Plantation
Hardware, which we offer to the trado at rock-bottom prices.
394 MA iX KTUKKT..
THSJR 9F ,..?,8R, co- COMPOSED Of .T. M. OOODBAR, A. B. GOOD
13AK, W. L. CLARK andJ. H. ()(10l;RAR. w. ,j;..lv,l I.nn,n 1. luu. l, n,,nni
ponaent, A. ). Unolbar and J. JJ Uoodbar having sold their entire inmrest in the arnteta
to J. At. Uoodbar and W. L. Clark. J. M. UOOUHAR.
W. L. CLARK.
MmrHis, Tasit., January 14. 1886. J. II. UOODBAR.
BMf" Refemna to th ahnva nnti nt itlaanliittni, .T V On...lK w T m..i, I. .
( . - -
ntorm their friends and customers that, ai
Boot and ehoe liu.in..n. at th nlH .tant.
UOODBAR A CO.. having admitted as partners E. J. Carrimtlon and O. Jones from and
after January 1, 18S6. Ihosa indebted to tbeo'd firm will make settlement wuh ns.
" nitti in i u a nn
James M. Uoodbar Wm. JL. 4'lark En(rne J. rarrlnloo Frank O. Jane
f Jg taVbliaWllOC IQOO.1 "
BOOTS and SHOE!
319 Main Street,
j .earn'--: ; z,in .':
Madison Street, A ear Cotton Exchange aid Theater
DFLctt ojs- $2 I?er Xv-
B0AVLES & LEAKE. PROrilliiTORS
twrTVIlI pay Wood
TIC AMI Y t'OITO.
and Prices Paid.
3NT "W- SPBBUS, Jr.
75 Vance Street, Memphis, Tenn.
(VCrEHNORia TO "TKR1IBERO eft LKKl
TOBACCO, CIGARS & PIPES.
336 Front St., Cor. Union, Memphis, Tenn.
I HEREBY warn thi t ublie from trading or
i,ayinf oertain aotei made by ma; one
no-e or IM, due Jan. X), lHss": one tor tl.V,
due .'u C. ltw&, and one for 1200, due Sept.
28, 18XS, art. tuyaole tohe order of Mrs
L. K. Wadiwortn. The conditions for which
the above notes were liven not being com
plied with, 1 refuse to ray them, and here
by fir notice to that elect.
MtUJ. A. J. FKEKEV.
r interest in tbe Whole ale Boot
Love & Co., St. Louis, Mo., and Mr. J. C
w th-k wenGfloopDTA
J. H. GOODBAR.
J. C. 4 ALLICOTT.
A Co.. St. Lonia. Lataof Cold.ater. Mi
We also control the following Specialties under onr
own brands, viz:
Ooodbar, Love & Co.'s Men's Grained Calf CUSTOM-MADE
Bals, BaitDn and Congress.
Goolbar, Live & Cj.'b Men's N.K. Call CUSTOM
MADE Bais, Button and Congress. .
Goidbar. Lrive A Co.'s Lidie9 Kid and 0:mt CUSTOM-MADE
Flexible Polish and Biittin li Oil Shoes.
Our Lidiea'$3 00 Shoes aremvie from the test se
lected Curacea Kid and Tampico Goat Slock, and have
Solid Sole Lsstner Counters and Flex ble Inner Solfa
aid we warrant them to lit acd give perfect ea:i.-faction
in pvurv roanert.
u , u . .......... . MS. VII.' n l
succesaon, they will continue tbe Wholesale
aiu Main .tnut ,,n,iA i.A Au .. 1
OEORSE K. FOX.
: : ; ;) Fisher Ranges,
'. Illustrated Catalogues '
iru Main St.
il Lock Go.
Vt Ue for MOTES, JI FALLS and
of nil desor I pilous, hfiid for Circular
rrtHK annual moetinc of the stockholders
X Of the Momiihi. tin l.lak PA. :,
I h held at the office of the com pany. No. 58
..lauiPUD .ucei, .nempnis, lenn., Monday.
March 1. 1Mb, to elect Seven (7) Director! lu
serve the company durinr the ensuing year.
tlection from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
JOSlCHH CRACH. Stcr.srT.
Niibiacrlbe for the uApjcaL"