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V ..J. " r .TUK MEMliPjEIIS DAILY 1 APPEAL-TUKSDAY,- MAHCH 31, 1885. r- is ft r i. J. ! tl w : t b j c !et I- P 11 b ti c ti c a! Ti P' C; hi rt ai. t;'. t!- P the m. Ul' nr izi w.;. re;. Wh pli fie act an C3 wt na ev. ret be, , 1 1 4 I V ? i li ' rarasul Exhibition To-orrow. ILiilllUI Lflil n 1 I Our wholesale slock LOTS, which wo now reduction in price. Shrewd merchants will do well to look through. can he saved. Our NOTION and FANCY GOODS stock complete. Buyers money by purchasing closed out much below Special D Fresh let of Finran I laddies, ItiiirlTer Ip Mrx barker), In 5 uiid 1U ionaiil rim, Thr.rt er'M Itwrtclpws C'Mlfiti rrj li . Coitli-b Mackerel, Turaat "ro:! anird "nrken-1- Fpritlnrlia Siirtm p, hnlmon. Mrdlnf, lilu tii, - t - t rnbs, iHbU'M, ov ll1 ii CI uu. ill Sro.".! SU. O 1 1 ; I AH kir..i i? Acirrn-Mv.r.. Lins iT-'kec Cutf-ry, JllilODUMilllli)! SHEA & McGAETilY, I'ropr's, 140. !4 2, l44rror;tst., Memphis :o" the LAB- y r eoxlki: suui'5 u-v Merii'lion. pqci&I atteti'-a siven to iiiJntc- j A. 5". V kaJ'a 24 A 5i CXS. i RTC.yi ASK DEALERS IN vMr, iiiiles, Amitiunition ; ASI) IISUJXO TACSXE. LAGER & GOLDBAUmI, i VouU onll attention tu their new pood? fr hpnnK mid Sniututr Wear, i I -n ported Sui ;nr. c-IllrlMPE all t!k L'i-.--t i."ii:ci hii.J Dei si,, quiets ha.i S Cal. t i Corner Jeir-nOij aniTe-i ai.a i "W rt.iay ior iQrpecvioa Lai- early. Corner Jeirnou aud Second ata E f ! i it. SCHMIDT & SOB", (ScJioT to J. Q. Schmidt), iuh. n.tuuui t iu, I tu id -: Irtrklr. j j-rtric r-i:3 f"d Aoir-ciittfid It j c an.i W'tt..'?.... li-irsrlH- and i ;r.;-I'rr-oi ...-s tipered iL-.i rwpaVed. K.e"tr S";--lif-i alw;.vijii r-fl-'d. Ipt.rini( dure and war- . r t;4r 6itcuntt auc) 4:o&ri kT TF j'A: .iiT NI rrL D, TAXi 3 STBAVW OR STdll.V, r-t-rS E - A KL From th rra of W . ., o' nif hi r,o t . n--.;r t 'live .a, .i of 1 '.. l5i. -re b.ack b- re iuu k-. i-nror fi ve year- o a. a kui r.;f;u? u-k.i h h - r s lie ot fie lei: l'nd bo-.f ui p"i' t to turn u' ar tae b. t ..ot: a Tt.i'e fp- t on tbe ef: pr.otil- , ar -i ::i'nvr u'5t b--:w H i,! :y tatnty-b -e ara l-r tie mule ..tUS ered toH.t T?OTT n. NO 'j A wi'l open i F.-c-i. -r.tr-.f..ry, -- vi r-- ;i -'irk. at i i-t. i -rTi-, t n 1--' at -. ' -r i;--..' , :is fi.r tcach-lu-t and all . ft irei.'lon n. jpi.l' Vtl.vtJ 1 Hjtu i i;u a k-ba-ff 'I I'' -T li LEW"! V . I- no 1, Iwis It Co. Ca f- H'jI" ()'.'.!': : iv to c -rv or, d sia' ".i ? r -s X V. Y.., i IE Wiih a'l b Jrir-e. : a No. . e. tor .nl- at a i Appeal o:rr-e r.iter with tbe hoace r.f B. b 1-jur.d nt A. kKx-KFHT or VU M UN STt.Ehf. "11-lERN.S BI"1LT-A..d repJ'red; Portland r if &i: W 1 e lit, I'll il:!" lT-1 ' I kindsT- nt- b. -r ac; y at Yard 1 Cut n. '.Ei P. SPAI-M.Vii. r. E t!.A-v h.. A..J'T r '. R i . FVOIN KK't A ' 0Vi li: TOP.. 250 MM Mi'.:.I.T-Mi'Trys ( !;;-,, -ecinc ti.ir. i'.d re'.i:te '--r t i.ici i-rirjf Worn. R. .EA- ti. M 'V HoMK'.PAT ! 1ST AMj I MTJEBAY Tailors, Drapers i 3V,. i$17 .fain Kirevi, 5?eijjlii. j Tijp lairft and be.-t a-crtrnent in the ci:r- ! 88 MADISON STREET, Wont, rail Retention to Uielr N.MilSii aal fil'MneK 8I04 HH I Of I 1 HflHI I KO M.OI II.H, t AhSIUKtS and SUIIG4, roiu pr.sittu: alt the Xew Hbd t tioiee lifna and Tfxturrf io (ea tkmen'M r. rNtoi k Larve, Fresh aad Varied, and .Merit an loiiperlleu. ajraaw sst-er; Lrtrffw fsitt of the follonlnic Pri.irtf.jtry Oreen's A tiK"1 lower, - - tHic Creole liir Itestorer, - 65c Cutieurii rSoap, - - - 50c box Cntlctira (liutmout, ... -JOc SIwHteltcr'H Hitler, ... T.Jc Cornel1 r tieeoii WIPMIP KHPPC I ! i'.il il is divided into JOB offer at an immense Fully 25 per cent, can certainly make now, as all will be cost. iscounts for Cash ! LOST, "1 4 V EO SET On Hnturd y, a large cameo Be of bretiin, carved e-ion ively. A lib' t'tvard tor its relvra to ttiis office. II of 4 Kys. March . h. Literal reward . th-,r .rv nt 'h- eIIESCB rooms, ru, waterworks, good ciaU-rn, stable, etc. K. B. M-UE'RV. 22 Second st r oom ' !OM N.cely lurnished room at 56 Monroe no squ.ire iroro re ooay 11 PLA -er. -a) mil b- o .Me-upm. in triueuu u r.,ant; ; 1 acres in cultivation lendid cin bullae, pres?, e'o. and trooa ca ins; l:ioor enouKa on The place to cult-vat it will be rcn'e I che-p Apply tu Ai-BEKT ri.McGUtt, 27tiiront at. FFICKS Pom fin offices, So. 32 Poplar fl. XI A I V " r. L.L., "I'JirAGE Wirh four room. An-Iyto M. C. Fi'thtreet. i r MCU-Ui-iU.M In 1'lanters Insurance Bull j ir.ir. har.dome ana enmuittuious uu.it ome and onini : r-'Dia t-n r iiCla.t nimr, AtH'iy at Coinpauy ; otJiie, 4i Vadl .10 ("LrtLt't. r i i ACUKri OF LAND o.J, on Cuba rca t)U tvr rent or to Utdk on shara". VV. ULCKAKD, Two to i Jef from B jcjt.iwa. 1 U-ALi CO'ITaUK 2io. "lhird street. A iily next door. vita never a I god do aiders. Arpty at No. 6 Mulbe: rry Hre e t. i oU ' Suite oflront room. eecun4 door, lur- 5 i niched or unfumifrh-d ; water j-nvilegean bnl'u'ub on md.ii Boor, at an lh'ra street. v-PIVIi: HOTFI. Ramodeie.l nnl refitted, 21 d Zlnv, Aiam street. .-i-re u.-uce .10. iu j. n.Jttf r.tt?ti.i a u . WA5TS. lUITF Nl.R-K GIRL- Hefcrencea rtuuired Aipply wt Secot;d ftrefct. At C'irendon H"-c'. : - iTT!" ATIoV A i-miTi man wants a sittnt r. Can cive teounty; knows tli r-.tv: wiil work for t-mull w it ?os. O. b.,A(lea 1 L3AIR of f .od entle .v.rcs ro"ili'Jtn sir.e, b.iv 1 or I, lac -ie;. r, ate l-r a la ly to drive, ana eiif-:i. ; wi.i be at t'eabody.uotel, .March Sift- J ;-'. land. QITl. ATION As taieJinan in a dry Roods or O Kroery li'.n?; .-an also til! a vacanfy ot ac countant; best of references civen. Address 11, tins office. "I 1 i L Serv int airl to do 8encrat housework Vjr - ply at M Mod roe Etrcet. OATS I will bay anything in the (hae of uod trashy cotton. ill pay lor above arades .-:l.c'ii, according to their vlne. Consianments liiwe-i direct to nieivill b. atti.dj to promptly, ana lull value ret rnc.l. W. wl'Kiri j, JR 75 Vance street. i Vll t( ''-" f"CS. Iron. Hones, Metals anj J V iKJKJ Feaibcr.; bi-best ca-h .ric. paid; end for priee-lipt. Aa-ires. . ABAV. An(, nd Coai. .Verct-ant.-t V to-tl.'irheiby s ,Mtlnpbi , JlAN Id Memphis to take an office antf ren X. re-ent a uiknulttcturer, io sc.. the retHil unJ jolbiu;irade an etitir'y new line of trooda ?i-ld .w every Krccer, ni will mrit with ready sale k ii ... i ji i.pr Keck L'-in be made: small cait .tl i r-.qiiirtd. toiiHs prote-'tei by patent, trade- ' iiinrk, c- nvn.rM, Pc. Ad lreff. with stamp. j MA N L" V'ACrUK KE. L 0x170. West Acton. Mae. AlHEi AND OKSTLEMES To learn Piano, tiu-Tur and Uaimo a ytT ntsnt. APpiy u nsd Mrs J' UN T. HIS NS, 275 PofLir ft. pOOM AND HOARD By a ntntleman and h; It I l)GL.rd; fii. cjiuuren Adurea F. E. E., thisoffire. OAKIiES 0Dt'.eh.ia and wife m private la un I ; no oi nor Lg "UX- ---Ul--' rKW MOR J? 5-c!tt Ti ront" strtTts y RE He -spec table persons to sell onr fiirelties; quics eaie , o:k pr-'ni?-; you. vt nte lor uebnpiive j'uvo imv, o Pine -tieet, room i "w 1 o r k . A GENTS Addre-s St. hon Kfctrie Lamp . Co.. t. Louie, iMo.t for circulars, cuts anu terms of & caouie power iarsn r-acctric juau-p. A T 21 fi FRf'KT ST. Yon can secure tirkets to XX St. Louis, Kar.fas ( iir. Chicago and ail ,i'mu East and Jur:h cheaper iian anywaere el?e intwn. I UEnTS To aell a new and useful article. 1 .V Ciord ray. Ca.ll between 5 and 8 o'clock FOR SALE. rjIANO A k ntlemoo learitur the citv offers for iJ eHia at Kai '.-diii, to fjuit k purcbarur, one M.-T'n-ut'Ci.e?iiiii(i, line iii-'ruiri'iit. ouecoin i.le'e et of Lfc.l KfiOM i UKM TL KE, carpet. t-..rt.iins, rap, cv. tin, etc. One couibiniitmn J'tiK ASD liOOKl-tJ-sSfc.. Can be eeeo alter 11 li'cioclt a.m. any dy this wck at i"A 'ncest. "IO0UFAUM HOKriK Apply to JT .V. C. KEXN l-:i 47 Mosby St. HITZPELIVS Oil and Vapor Sfnref, at! siros, iC?a a-'rtment. cbeap, at tSecond gt. CIOTTaGE LOTS Jnst outxide of ci'y. south- e.iit part, fronticft on Laudcrdute, llernando aud Jack on stret-U, iu VcUmrT tract. W. A. WULATLkV, Sl Main. T "0 PBANFT VENDER'' A consignment of choic fKAM 1ft, a cents ir i-ound, '.w..E4Co.'ri. ACHISKKV C'K A1.LK1NDS New and see- J- onl-hanl. Also Heh.UT waon and llia- moiid curn-uiiils. C. IMTS k Co., 210 Front ft.-cct. HAY PRF.SS v.rv low. A No 1 second-hand bay press, IKK A. IJIA.-K.ai'i c'rontst. .)V(iiY I10KK-;ent!e, kind and accli iJj i;:'-.'ed; suitable f'-r ladr. ; C.JVilOaiiV, 4 Howard Uow. 2 hanflUoiii;! -story houses. eieRanIy looated, ou inriiitLly payiot. Appiy to. t 1. A. LAMii. at ;I;iTe .ect k P'r.itton's. LOTS Beautiful rppidence lots, on month. y payment. Appiy to T. A. LAMlt, at Hatchett A Stratton's. T0CK OF OOOLiS-A vell-selected at.iclt of -nre e;c, in oneo! lue be--it uu-inest. towns (c- un-tyt-ertt) in iii-souri. A tnonnt of f-tcck about $)',io. Annual sale, from iVo.tsu to SisL.Mandcnu le intrtastd. Business tfiuu lare and well lo c-te-1: (fan l-nsed on reesonafale terms for a ""b.r of yers by party purchasing our stock. . '.chtnc. Ad-iress tjKOCER, u,l!u"i- ".t .l.j.patcb, tt. Louis. Mo. , . v., , . . . -"laBO can be bought jlAVJ A fine t hickermg . '-'-ssia f rone haif real value, oy a iu.. CAali, this SALOON AnH fixtures, next to courthouse, do ing a fc-ood businei-s: will se-1 very cheap f.-r ca.h. Irou-.eot John II l-e-lo , l'o ;,!;iin s t RE-ll'tNtE Sfi and sh v:ir!rrt st. : lot by A 1 y0i - C. E ennc-J y, 47 !os ' y s t . V"0- s" i- well I FHELBV S r.-r.,.f 7,.lvi f... that ell-kliowu nnl nnioti. r,i.lpn sW'ISal.'Oi 1'AiiE " J. W .1 .- Y FEB SON A CO., 272 Front rNNF.-SKE STATE CERTIFICATE H coivaol. lor anv an.i nil dues to the 'nt OV h H TON A ti ROft V E N VI It. o LD PAi'ERS CllKAP- AT THIS OFFICE. OCU T.B A wi scnT,d-hiod Boiler t r f;hcip Apply at tbi oTi-. & BIDGELY, and Importers, Articles enable me to ofTer iurrunl s Aperient, - - T5c - - 15c t it rule SlHgucssiiL, iJull's tarskMariiln, ... ;5c Ajer's fturkap:trilla, - . . ?zc Xoruegiaii C'ort l iver Oil, T,"it BS ew rnitor-ill,nfifl.i-'iir-Tr.-A0 ik,;, - exbibited to-morroVi4 great VS or - aiing ianacQr. NWHTS VrrU SATl klAY MATIN KE, r Tlio KiiiK of Ltiujtuter, ir?t Four Niirht nnd Saturday Matinw, THE P.I1IGI2.AKXS! tiday Nod .Saturday Nurhtn. MAS MUIXEIt! covryq i.w 1: !: hihhktt. OLYMPIC PA11K Saturday Afternoon, April 4th, GRAND 25 MILE RACE ! BETWEEN MR. H. n. BCARUNU', of thi city, and MR. rUtN M. AMHKOJf, of California. FOR A PTiKSE OF ftano, ON HORSEBACK. requiring 12 nortec to complete the content. At s.. me time, V. M. WOUDSIDK. the Cham pion Bicycle Kider of Ireland t riie he Vj-inch wtieel bicycle acaiuit CUarloa Uailina 8 trotting i)rs. VBey 1 ountr. Gates open at 1 o'clock. Race besini at 3 A - '"i-iari . fiO cent" 'h i'rlrpn , '2 ccr, t Choice Fresh Cuuilii'! and ConftTtioiterf Fresh now cood?. Fixtures, 8how Cases, ilorre. Wagon and ilarneaa. at Main lrt, Ta(Hiy, Btarrk Sl.t. At lO o'rlork. A. M. STWDATtn. Atftioreor. TAKES IT. 1)W Owner c have mt by prorint prop- porty ana paym onarKea. .1 . r. M K'' ! N . . on t'rrion ayonne. TI KNISHEU K00MS ith or w.thoutboard, ' 1:0 AUAMS sr. mWO Vronr Knitmjr. with snnerior board and J- commodtione, at ri Muoton at. i tublebuard- era, in clubs of lour or five, at reduced rates. vFFlCE And furnished room for rent, at 59 V .7 Mad lion. Table boirder acrommodaU'd TT0OMS 5 or elosantly furnished rooms for X V genuemen. witn or witnout bour , Oourt tt. O0AED AND LODOINC1 In a private family yj near Tennessee lepot. t. K., Appeal oUice- tTURMSHKD FRONT ROOM To one or two L1 aentluuien, with or without board, in a pri vate latniiy on Auaun street. Aia.lv in E. E. this office. UT. JAMES HOUS B Corner Second and Adams O streets. B'.ard and room, Sf er week. 1 ESIKABLE Board, with roottn, at tti MmU- on st. : day-lrder preterred : accommo dation fur transients. Mrs. L. J. GANONG. DELIGHTFUL FRONT ROOM, with or out board, at 114 Court street th- R 00J1S Without board. PARK HOTEL. OOMS Good board and desirable rooms at IvJ bnd lil Adau.3 street. 16 AND IS Market street Board, $4 5. single rw.ni. X . y.m' wr v- ri f T-r n THE WEATHER. Warnhis KtsTnftl. Siosal Officb, MkMI'UIS, TKV!t., March 30, 1SS0. To All Whom It May Concurn : The acting chief sigoal officf r anuouncfs the intention ot the central nmce to Eena morning indiiati.ms to certain desiguated places w hereat tbe need and advantages of such a course to the local interests can He shown. He also announces the approval of the following signals to indicate weather and temperature charges as are now used on the railroads in Ohio, Indiana, Penn sylvania and elsewhere, namely: No. 1. Biue metallic dit-k, three feet in diameter, for general rain or snow. o. Blue metallic star, three feet in dimeter, for local ra n or auow. - No. 3. Blue u etallic crescent, three feet in diameter, for clear or lair weather. No. 4. Ked metallic uiok, three feet in d:ameter, for higher temperature. No. 5. Ked metallic star, three feet in dia mater, for stationary tt mperature. No. 6. Ked metallic crescent, three i diameter, for lower temperature. Very repeetfullv, I. T. FLAKN ERY, Observer in Chief. XKtfticalionii. Fur TenMssfc and the Ohio Va.ley. QtnernHu warnvr und fair ucalher, i .c- r(j( in the t.rtrfmr' v stern portion, n:hei the U niperature trill J"ll slich'ly ; trimh ij''rrnU)i touthicmtrrly. HeOorolog-lf-al Report. MrurHls, Ibk., March 30, Time, j Bar. Iher. jWind. Weather. ":. a.m.., 3iU7 4V.4 S.E Fair. 11.00 a.m.. I.1K" fii.3 j S.W. Clear. JHip....iXIW 7I.S ! S.W. C car. 7.i p.m.., :ai IW4 iw.5 S. flcar. ll.uup.ui.. W.ir.l ft!.0 b. Clear. lieai,.......l :o.U2 W.8 I Miix'nium teinporature, 7n.9. Minitnum teuiitratuTt'. 4.0. Uzoaoacuiie 11 a.m..0: 11 n.m.. 0 scale, 0 to 10. All obs- rr.it ous taken on Vi" meridian time. wQica is one nour taster tban local time. LOCVL. FAKAGIIAFIIS. Barcball Ouitle for lsS3 at Maa?ford's, 2!tS Jlaiu Btreet All the alleys are being oveihau'ed under the supervision oi the health an ihoriiits. Tbe Grant! LoJafiof Kniehtaci Honor of Tennessee will meet in this city during the closing week oi April. All the paved streets BhouU be thor njihly swept and kept in the beat order during the spring and summer. The Memphians who have been to Sew Orleans ou a vif?it to the Kxposition, ail express themselves delighted with the great show. Gospel meeting to-nijr'ot fur youri! men at the rooms oi tne xoung .uen s Christian Association at 8 o'clock, led by Dr. T. E Kdwards. The bluft below Beale and north of he brick-yard is falling in very fast. Has I he passage of trai ns almi x Tennessee etreet nti'bili to i!o with it ? A coojj'.e of colored couples were iieenwd to mftrry yesterday Ge.rKc: Waahinptou aud Katie foster, and Lewis V. Watson und Laviwa Jl'ack. The 'Cyele ' lub w!;l meet at Sscond and Adam's streets this eveniiiK at f I'clook for a run. Capt. Mallaheu wishes a full attendauce oi al! members of the club. The ladies are especially well pleased with Sergt. Kgers's care of Court Kouare, especially with the regulations that have 'upprefsed the loafers and secured them the seats near the fountain. Everything should be done to prevent the introduction and spread of the much dreathd cholera next pummer. it is herefore incumbent on the Jaxing-D;s-rict authorities to see that the sewer out lets now draining into the beyoa are t.t once stopped or so soon as outluts into the river can be provided. J This is holy week according to toe Roman Catholic, Greek and Anglican calendars, and services will b Ltid in the churches of these denominations throuic'a out the world. Especially significant cere monies take plnce in tbe Catholic churches on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. J. H. McKenzie, of Helena, Ark., the son of a lea-.hny; merchant of that place, wanted Justice Q'ligley to marry him to Kallie Hollmao, said to have been for tome time the inroata of a bonse of ill fame in this city, but the chief of police interfered, and the pair were locl ed up to Kwait Ui9 brrival oi the your-fr man's father. It is mortifying to have to stand at a eiosemg while half a doan cirajg stro.. -i. fllots behind the other. It paFson, cai. -Hlt3 Fee ladies de- s moremortifyiDS .... wben it is tained in that way, especiat.j ""'rUijj. 9 J cold as to render detention a su It is desirable that the. public should iu eist that the city ordinance requiring a due distance to be observed by vehicles should be observed when passing along the streets. There has been some relaxation lately of attention to the drivinz of drays and other vehicles in the streets, and the drivers are not nnfreqnently urging their ten in a at a speed that is dangerous to the pnbli. We venture to suggest that atten tion from the police now to this matter would be much more satisfactory than to wait until a life or two has been lost, or two or three children lamed for the re mainder of their existence. Drays racing in the streets will not give visitors a high idea of our progress. Those who handle gold money should keep a sharp lookout for a new counterfeit i20 gold piece, double eagle, Hated 18S0, which made its appearance in Boston last week, weighs 290 grains, whereas a genu ine one weighs 51U a difference of 2J0 graius. Tbe coin was made from the mold of a genuine standard i'M gold-piece, and the metal from which it was stamped con sists ot about the rame composition as counterfeiters use in making eitver dollars. It is gilded brightly with gold by a battery, and is somewhat tuicker than tha genuine coin. It will not go into a mrmey-testm, and makes a duil sound when dropped on a hard surface. This is a new branch of counterfeiting. Under the careful management of Mr. Rogers, Court Square promises to be "a thing of beaaty" the coming summer. There is a wuit, however, of more seats, and a project has been mentioned by which they may be secured. The plan is to allow any person to put a seat in the Square, provided it le of tbe pattern the authorities reqaire Upon the sea's ao given the doaor may paint such advertise ment of Lis buiiueM, if it be a decant one, that he may desire. No better place could be had for such a purpose. Everybody viiita the Square; every 6trangar th. t spends a day is the city makes a call - JUies' and Miss- I adiej, renipmber onr muslin underwear lamade to order, and is not to be com pared to tlie trasli oftfn placed bofor? UiejujUlic, there. If tle plan nVioutd bo deci'Isd tr.ton the) Indies will viit the S.i;ar iu rj than evir. TIih eoliri cro8siniia now pattinr? down in eoruo of our slreets are m excellent contrast with any former ones we have had. The stepping-stones were nsi ful ill bnd weather, but were inconvenient and did not suit the ladies at ail. but tlio double crossing now triven to the public please everybody. They will, in the end, prove milch cheaper than the makeshift that preceded them. Tt.ey should be put wherever a gutter crosses the street, for U.e present plank coverings are not R'out enU(h for their duty. After enduring tne ram ana sun lor some time they give way somewhere as a load is papsin over them. The whwd eiuka into the crevice that is made for it, and the enraued driver, ignoring that Beecher hae banished Satan's dwelling place.'calls 'for a spot there to be devoted especially to these among the Memphis authorities whose works have entailed-upon his team conse quences so unpleasant. A very large nnmber of the member ship and invited guests of the Young Men s threw Association assembled t,t their hail Sunday evening, and were agreeably entertained with a programme embracing vocal and instrumental music, readings, and a debate between M. Cohen, representing the affirmative, and A. 8. Myers ihe negative, on the question ah to whether reform was beneficial to Judaism. The result of the debate was a decision by the judges in favor of the negative argu ment, one of the indues voting "a draw." The entertainment opened with an over ture splendidly rendered by Arnold s or chestra; readings by Mr. Baldw-yn: piano duet, by Masters Morris; "The Palms, sang by Mr. A. K'jis; a trio of flute, vioiin and piano, participated in by Mr-unrs. George and Otto Hruch and Prof. II. Piano everything well rendered, and eppre- ciated by the audienic. Owing to the ill ness of the chairman of the Entertaining Committee the duty of that position de volved upon Mr. istm. A. Myers, who ac quitted himself with treat credit. smiiu vs. Mum. Mil for IMvorre After Forty A bill for divorce was filed in the Chan ceiv Court yesterdav by .Mary Aun Kos Smith against her husband, William J. Smith, on the ground of cruel and iuhtp man treatment. Jho complainant de clares that they were married in New York, Apiil lti, 1845, and removed to hheiby county, Teun., Ik re thny have tesided for the past thirty-six years. They have three children, ictor K., Mary Li! nan and Irene, lbe complainant etutes that for years she has bei-n subjected to tne vueht treatment, ana that tne deltnd' ant 1 as rarely spoken to her in veara, ex cept to apply the most opprohious epi Ihets in the preEence ot her children. The complainant declares thit though abundantly able to provide fir herself and children he has failed to do so, and has compelled her to work and to take in sew ing for tbe support oi t.troeif and children. The complainant, in view of all the f jre coing facts, prays that an injunction be issued to rfstraiu the Kaid defendant from dispo in- of orinteriering with tV eir prop er'.y, and, on final hearing of the matter, prays lor an absolute .bvorce and the cus tody of her two daughters. LOCAL. NOTICES. Memphis Stkam Lacndby. Collsra and ciiffa finished equal to new. 221 Second street. Buy your Shirts at Hay's. Buy try pure Pure Hope soap. Tub Clarendon Hotel will furnish gnod table beard at S-5 per week, fiom the lbt of April to tne 1st cf September nex A. A. BLKUtSOS, IToprutor. ixxk out tor ttiu r-lanie Tola man VapleTolu man will cailon you pcou. Jist Arrived Bcs-r fashion S'lft-ts, April. JOHN v. KEY A CJ Ureat reduction in Sewing-ilathine; New Automatics at SoO. 41 N. Court p Tuk Herbal Cuui Cure, tne bc.-t tcmc r.d anti-periodic kr.own. A certain and sore cure for chilis, fn-rml per bottle. c?eo 1 st-ntp for circulars. Any rijlerti.c b. Address John C itucker, l.ynccocr Jame, Means $3 pentleman shots wiil wear as well a any shoe you nay 5 o more lor, so gay our customers that buy them. J. W. VOE'iELI & CO., ZT1 and 410 Main. Fob bronchial, aathmntx aud pu monary complaints, "Brown's lirocchial Troches" manifest remarkable curt;ive properties. Hold only in boxtB. IH-rkke's Salad DreFfing is composed of the freshest, purest and ctioieest con nients money will buy. It surpass aay that can be made at home, is cueaper, saves labor and all anxiety. Tub "Exposition Universale do l'art Culii.aire" awaided tbe highlit 1 onors to Angostura Litters fi.-i i!;e mot cthVacious stimulant to excit; ;lio appetite and to keep the digestive organs iu good order. Ask for the genuine article, manual tured by Dr. J. G. b. Siegert & Sods, and beware oi imitations. The Collins Excursion to 'evf Orleans April 1th. heduced rate3 from Corinth, Somer- viile and all statiors between C irinthand Memphis (on the Memphis and Charles ton railnad) to connect with this very cheap and delightful excursion on April 4th. !1J KoiI ui silver taken ts easit til Slnllor.1V. ZVH 3Iuin. Maple Toix! Maple Tola! Maple Tolu! Maple Tolu ! Maple Toll Gum all the rag?. Opening Day! T II UK S D A Y , AT MRS. A. K. SLOAN'S. l ire-Proof OU" Is better than "Coal-Oil" or any other burning oil. Can be used in any lamp For sale by Charles Ringwald, 14ft Poplar street. Fred Morti, Shelby street. Wm. Kufsart, terminus of Vance street. corner ot Linden E. i'. Green, in2 Main tret. Wm. Dean & Co., ISO and 105 Poplar st J, J, Duffy & Co., 2 i8 Main street. W. C. Gf'swold, 423 Main Btreet. Otto Clausen, 133 Poplar street. John Cummins. 213 Poplar utreet. ' Miss Marv Kivhards, 4Vt Poplar street. Wm. Cunningham & Sons, 07 Biia'.e St. P. O'Neal & Son, 70 and 72 ain street J. T. Walsh & Bro., 5-J Main street. Geo. Mahan, t,or. Ya:ice & Lauderdale b'.s, G. A. Hessen, 220 roplar street. A. Kohlbry & Co., 3t Main etreet, C. R. Ryan & Co., 342 Main etreet. A. Hitzteld, 233 Second street. J", Wr.eht A Co., 414 Main street. L. Danhheiser, 17J .22a street. A. Kohlbry c Co., ltiti Poplar Ftreet. F. Franklin & Bro., 3:j9 Vance street. E. G. Campb-11 & Co., 4(tj Main street. S. Behr, 131 Union strtet. Jcsepii Nixon, 75 Charleston avenue. W. E. Butt, corner of Broadway and Hernando streets. A. Schmidt, 00 Seventh ftreet, Fort Pickering. Charles Denrnan, South Gate, Elmwood Cemetery. Read & Co., 143 Main street. R. M. Hilton & CO., 71 Fifth Btreet, Chel sea. Graham it Penick, 4o and 43 Third Btreet, Chelsea. G. A. Warring, 65 Causey street. J. J. Duffy s Co., 233 Main sireet. Order XEeditls at luiiord'g. Ths Jet Palace offers this week ppecial - n diauiomlH. Call and be con bargaiiib - viuced. . TiieTTorld'sFa.r. The Collins excursion, le..v:r.g here nex. Saturday afternoon, offers superior in ducemeats to thise who wish to v Bit New Orleans. Low fue and first-class act ex modations are the principal features, its party will go through the prettiest part 6. the route on Sunday mofuiDL', when ail will have a chance to see it. Tickets are selling rapidly. Advice to MollterM. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Sjrup should always le used when children are cutting teeth.' It relieves the little sufferer at once ; it produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain, and tho lit tle cherub awakes as "bright as a button." It is very pieaMnt to the t:iste, soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, re lieves wind, regulates the bowels and is the beet known remedy for diarrhea, whether arising from teething or other causes. Twenty-five cent" . hott l. Slonograui Ranglewnt Wnlford's. Solid silver and silver-plated ware of best mannfactnro will bo sold at a sacri fice at the Jet Palace. Window .Shades. Newest spring patterns jnt received. AMES, BEAillE A CO., 333 Main street. Uyelus and C'leauins Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned or dytd iu any color, also kid gloves, ostrich feathers and lace curtains by Louis Reigel, 58 Jefferson strect,Memphis, Tenn. Goods recei red by express. - Daudruu" IS REMOVED BY TBS L'8K OF COCO A I. tit. And it stimulatesand promotes thegrowlh of the hair. Burnett's Flavoring Extrad ara the best Look at Onr "JPnllman Skeper" Babj Crrlg. Eeantyand Comfort. ' (n't get it eke wbero. ON AND OFF 'CHANGE. Cotton, 10ic. A paiL weather. ('otiok sales, 500 bale. No overflow this season. The gardeners are happy. Ecus 13c, and market weak. Maj. Walt says the war is over. Glorious prospects for tbe farmer. Cotton unchanged, but lower to still. Not a single cluck from be hen's nest. Cotton closed l-16c lower in New York. Receipts of cotton yesterday, 673 bales. Wheat broke in Chicago, closing c off. News fit for this column tnlghtv scarce. The oil-tank was on hand in small num bers. Tub hog-pen was conspicuous in its silence. Liverpool cotton is uuiet at Saturday's decline. Exporters took 150 bales of yesterday's cotton sales. Bins and offerings of corn ranged lower on the Board, A bright dav and lanre attendance on the Call lizard. The Chicago grain market closed de clined all round. Early rose potatoes were offered at il S j per barrel. There wa3 an absence of ambition in the potato patch. Corx was the object of increased inter est on the Board. Cobnsibal, spot delivery, was offered at i'J W, against i- -o bid. Tun St. Touia aud Chicago hog markets closed weak ana lower. Bids of ;52c were offered for cotton-seed oil, March and April delivery. The St. Louis provision market is dull and heavy, and but little doing. New Orleans was the strongest cotton market on the boards yesteiday. The lateness of fruit blossoms il assur ance of an abundant fruit season. The flimta are origins up thoir green houses, ana lresa nowers are plenulul Twenty dollars per ton was bid for 000 tons cotton-seed meal. May delivery. Corn and wheat opened weak in St. Louis, but closed steady at previous prices Only one tiade effected on the Call Board 3 cars No. 2 mixed corn, cash, at 4oC. The Chicago meat market is go:.ngdown the hill ag.un, with pork and rios in the lead. March cotton closed 1 point off at Liverpool, other months in similar pro portion. Stock of cotton at Liverpool. l.OOVOOO bales, against 1,056X00 bales same time last sea.son. Mb. Lyles, of Philadelphia, nephew of Mrs. Scm Schloss, is in the city, the guest ct tm aunt. The j iint committee on meteorology of the Cotton and Merchants' Exchanges will meet to-day. The Union Stock-Yard and Fertiliser Company reports sales of cne and a half car-loads came Receipts of cotton at tne ports yester day 40: 0 bales, against 6140 t ales sums day last fcss in. New York future quotations show March cotton 10 points off, which is ic be low epot quotations. The decline in receipts of cotton thus ftr this season, as compared with the same tisae last reason, is 4,,04 bales. Maj. John D. Usseby, the Miaeisaipri crtton planter, is iu the city. He says we are at vork all right again once more. J. A. Hunt, of J. T. Fargasoa & Co., has been added to the Kiver Convention uele i?;:t:on by President Tread well, of the Mer chants Exchange. Secretary Keeling, of the Merchants Exchariire. will have readv to-dav a neatlv printed document to iseue as credentials to the liiver Commission delegates. Merchants' Exchange visitors: N Morcan, More-land, Va ; R. S. Rickey, New Orleans; W. M. Neal, liulena; John C Mahan, Kansas City ; t.t. Myles, Ne Orleans; C. D. Clarke, Peoria, 111. John Uc'Seby, in response to the ques tion as to whether he had planted any corn vet, said: "Colonel, when l was boy I used to plant corn twice, but I have qiit that now. loo soon to plant corn ct." Tn credentials issued to the delegates to the River Convention aie neatly gotten up, and when framed will be an ornament In the parlors of the delegation, upon which their dtcendants in the future may gaze upon witn pride. A petition is bting circulated havin; ifo.e object of antagonizing the bill pend :ii! iu the state Lfgisla'nre whicu pre vents railways rom dealing in rial, upon the principle tnat toe meat-are will pre vent the import ot cnaap coal. Cotton Exchange visitors: Dr. R. Porter. Town Creek, Ala.; I). Shelby, 6t, I.iuis: Sam rranic, llaley Springs; t;. l, Ca-ki", Peoria, III.; J. A. Woodson, Little K ;ck; (ic-n. A. il. V, est, Holly Springs Hugh Blackburn, Covington, Ky. Ciiauncey D. Clarke, of Clarke Broe distillers, of Peoria, IU., and bmther-in la of onr Jellow-cmien, Col. John Speed, is in thecitv, and was on 'Change esteriiav. Mr. I larEe is returning lro, a visit to New Orleans, where he spent several days p.easantly. PROPERTY TRANSFERS. Mrs. Martha King to Julius J. Dubose and D VI. Poston, quit-claim deed, $1000, p.irt of 1ms 8 and 0, of original lot 5, block 53, South Memphis, 34xl4f)J feet, north side of Pc.ulotc street. John A. Hudsonand wife, M. F., to Mrs. J. M. Larkin and V. S. W- Montgomery, warrantee deed, $2000, 9'rti acres, in towu abin 1, isna 10 west. W. S. W. Montgomery to Julias A. Tay lor, wairantee deed, $1500, undivided one-fourth interest in tho above naaved9W acres f mud. W. S. V. Montgomery to William II. Carroll, warrantee deed, $500, undivided oue-ha'f inteiest in section 15, fractional townthip 1, range 10 weBt. Mrs. Mary J. AlcNairy to Josephine S.iangler, warrant e deed, $430, lots 7, 8, 1) and 11), in block US, Fort Pickering. C-P. Jones and husband, C. J. Jones, to R. S. Smith, warrantee deed, $500, un divided one-half interest in tract of acres, near Shelby Station, on Loosa llatchie liver. ili3. Msrie Stacker to Mrs. Ellen Hoean, warrantee dteJ, $14 0, part of lots 4 and 5, bbek 51, Sauth Memphis, north Bide of Linden streef. Horace V. Bariee and wife, Etola, to S. A. Harpman, warrur.'. deed, $285, lots 24, 25 and 20. of Brown's subdivision. OI lot? 7'J and 80, Wo. Williams, fronting 140 84-100x143 feel on scuth sile of Jen neit street. AIUSELENTS. Batter aad Farroa Appeared last night in 77r Emigrants, a sort cf mil -ical melange that stl'ords them an opportunity of showing off their pecul iar talents to the best advantige. The piece wes weil cast and admirably put on the str.ge. Tr.e hou3 wa.i a full oae,-and everyone present enjoyed the perform ance. L-tughir.g was alnioet incessant acd the applause was loud and long. In lb lr specialties there are no better actors in tho coantry than Baker and Farron. They are inimitable in song, dance and humor ous dialogue, and never tail to keep the the hou?e ia a roar. Tl:ey appear again irj-njght ia tho pame play, and of course will hae a crowded house. CrOARKTTE smokers can now buy 10 Crura PnSs Cgarctus for 5 cent i 2ufr 10 cenu. Events, or lue Siaon. The psxlor excursion to New Orleans on April 4tii, via the besutifal aadn-enic Mis sisiippl Valley Route, will certainly prove the most delightful event ol the season. Every featuie is liberal sad strictly flrst 'isa taucl accommodations ampia in every re'pec'7 'J 'icte(a F'xxl lor thirty 'as "Ticke "r 'io Et "S3 Main street, Meinpliis, by R. H. 'TT agent. At the Jet Palace yon will find if t!r gest bargains in jeweiry n 11 kinrio, Openii g; Day t THURSDAY, -AT K. SLOAN'S. ' MRS. A. Ws are overstocked1. Call at the Jet Palace and 6ee if you cannot find some thing to suit you. Iu! Torsi. Jeweler, s4 Slain. Ladiks' gold watches, fourteen karats gold, S'Jo, at the Jet Palace. A 1 goods. Warrautod. To Contractor. Specifications for bnildidg the natafor inm can be seen at Jas. B. Cook's office, corner Second and Union streets. Sealed proposals wiil be received up to Saturday, April 4;b, by Cnbbage 4 Rohr, 836 Sec ond street. ! Thb Jet Palace is selling out a lot of 1 lace-pitia and bracelets at fifty cents on ' the doliar. ' ' . " srEno wsirs opex to-moseow. look at OuV PtTtfsh Wrf'ir i no. SPOKTLNGXEWS. The Henpbia Trolling Heetlng. The spring trotting meeting is attracting attention abroad, and all the indications are that it will be a success. The purses are as large as those ottered by any asso ciation, and will be certain to bring a umber of soud horses, lue following litorial notice appeared iu the Chicago Uorxman of Saturday last: v e are in receipt ot a telegram Irom Mr. Peter Tracy, manager of the Gentle men's Driving Park, Memphis, Tenn., in hich he asks tho llorteman to announce that a first-class four days trotting and pacing meeting will be held nt Memphis on May L-'th, 13th, 14th and 15th. It will be held under the roles of the National Trotting Association, and will be the first ever beid in that city. 1 he list oi purses will be not leas than !.12u0, and the man agement have as urancea of entries from rk annas, Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, Kentuckv, Indiana and Illinois. Iu the realms of sport there is no solid North, no ailid South. From the Southwest the great army of thor oughbreds come northward every year and provide the majority of our horses for oar running meetings. While the thor- uehbred has been gaining a hold on the Northern heart, the trotter has been ingra tiating himself in the South, and now the representative city of Memphis stet s bold ly to the front with a spring meet ng which will fairly challenge the attention and Bupport of all Western and Northern horsemen. In our next issue we shall present our readers with a list of purses, and a?k horsemen to make a grand rally at Memph'B in May and assvst in the con summation of a ureat trotting meeting in the heart oi the sunny trouth. Rnnnlua: and Bicycle Uace. The long-distance running race between Lansdown and Beadsley, advertised last Sunday, will come off at Olympic Paik next Saturday afternoon at i o clock. A race between a bicycle andtrottin- horse ill also tie one of the features on that oc casion. Baaebia.ll. The opening games of the baseball season will be idayed at 'Cycle Club Park, April 6d, 4th and o:h, between the Alem- pnif and Cleveland ciuiM. All the ar rangements have been completed, and good sport is anticipated. Djc Kenned v. of the old Memphis Reds, is catcher for the Cievelands. the Memphis t-Lra. Frank Bell, catcher, of St. Lou's, plaved last year with the tort Woith, lex., ciub. and as a cat her has few superiors. Bell is also a hard hitter and good base runner. P. W. Werden, pitcher, of St. luis. pitched twenty-five gjmes for last year's Louis Unions and won twenty-lour ol them, a record that certainly cannot be surpassed by anv pitcher. 11. 11. Last, i neher and second base, ot St. Louis, is tnebest-natured man in Mem phis, and a thorough ball player aud ex cellent base runner and batter. R. Steinhoff, third base, of lart vear's Little Rock Browns, a base runner who has few equals a tints baseman and a play er of great promise. William lleiar1, short stop, of l?st vear s St. Louis Paragons, tne smallest man tbe club, left-handed and quick as a cat, a good batter and hard plaver. W. A. Koli-y, left held and cavo. of last vear s Little Rock Browns, a plaver well known in Memphis and liked bv all who know him. It was the ireneial i.u pression after he plaved here last season that he was one of the te.st ball players who had visited tiie IJlutl Uity n years. Jb. J. Muuaiy, catcher ana hrst base ot last year s Dallas, lex., and Grand hspid Mich., clubs, a left-handed batter and one of the best in the South, bavin. r marie thirteen home-runs last year. Dutirg the winter Muhaly lias kept in continued practice by catching the great llocker, of Louisvi.ie. W. B Owen?, fielder, of lust vear's Ur- bana's, a young player of great priniite and an excellent batter. A. Raja, fielder, cf the old liedg of 18"d, The people of Memphis expect much of this player, and they will not be disap pointed. SHORTSTOPS. Wm. Kolley will arrive to-day. Doc Kennedy, catcher cf the old Men phis Reds, will be with the Cleveland clnb. All of the members of the new club are practicing every day and will be in good trim by rriday. Thb contractors say that they will turn tbe park over Thursdav evening to the baseball managers. The Chattanooga Tim.n, Sunday, says "tlecier and Sullivan, pitcher end catche for the Louisvilles, spent ytsterday iu tl.t city. Hecker is regarded as one of the finest pitchers in the United State; , ai'ri receives a princely salary, llo is wci acquainted with many oi the Cuatianooua team, and savs it is an exceptionally strorg one. He has heretofore thought tbe championship of the Stmnern League was between At anl.i and Macou, out cow thinks the Chattanooga team is t'. strongest in the Sou-.h. The Knoxviil Reds have reorganized and elected Linck Houk managir. The old Chattanooga are qui e anxious to meet the liens, they could be induced to play here." ME IKEA'S liRIXLIAAT 11SIJL4Y CF C'OMMCXIOX WKESSES TOR EAKTF.lt Should be seen by everyone. The prices are S3 reasonable that they actually cost no more than the materir.ls to meke them. TO DAY'S GREAT B. UK. AIM For 10 cents, our entire stock of plain and figured Dcbege, formerly sold at 17i cents. Tuis is. a desirable fabric ior Btreet wear and traveling. Elegant Spring Millinery I We are now displaying our new styles in PARI3 PATTERN BONNETS, LADIEs' STRAW BONNET-l, CHILDREN'S MUSLIN" BONNETS, MISSES' STRAW HATS, Making Our Variety the Grandest, Largest and aicst ueauuiui ever brought to Merr.,-hi3. Onr exhibition of New Shape.', Flow ers, Feathers and Ornaments is not only more extensive than formerly, but LOWER IN PRICE than ever sold before. HESKEXS. DINNER DOTS. Thb dainty tid.bit of tbe dinner served at 275 Main street to day is to be "hog's jowl and greens." Thb "regular boarders" at the Women's Christian Association restaurant begin to be known and read of ail men, so unctuous and smiling are they. There will be some "chicken fixins" too. This as a saving clause. But the genuine old dish of our forefathers is to be the piece dt resistance. T3 thrifty newsboys are living like princes while the dinners last. The rive and ten-cent lunches retailed at the side door surpass their wildest dreams of n.ilk and honey, JiA...! llR 4 W-POKFR ia much dearer thnn dlW 0 J fta Opera Putt tigarette; 5 cent lor 10 ew Oi,,su Ecul's'on Pri' L. , . " , ." oli for tbU first-clasa Tickets are beins . -.v 0 the best excursion rapidly, and m. '-wohis known ladies and gentlemen of iu.- . and surrounding vicinity have already purchased. Secure your tickets from R. H. Talley, 288 Main street, wiihout delay. See advertisement in another column. Opcnla? Dayl THURSDAY, AT MRS. A. K. SLOAN'S. ADDITIONAL K1YEH NEWS. Cincinnati, March 30. Night River 9 feet8inche8, and rising. Weather clear and cool. Xo arrivals or departures. Vicx.bubg. March 30. Departed: City of Nt. Louis, 2few Orleans. Arrived : Xatch.x, with th. pass.ngora f th R. R. Springer on board. Lorisriixs, March SO. Night River 5 fe.t9 inches in th. canal, and falling. Weather elear and mild. Arriv.d: Thomas Sherlock, X.w Orleans. Ks departure, of regular nack.u. 1000 kezs aad liowaRniia PERSONALS. Miss Elsib Clay, from Rogersville, Tenn., le't for home yesterday, after a pleasant visit to her relative, Mr. W. P. Miller. Mis Annie M. Cook, of Evansville, Ind., will spend a fe'v weeks witit her brother Harry, manager of the Telephone Exchange, anil friends in tbe city. Keab-Aduibal S. B. Franklin, United S ates navy superintendent of the Naval Observatory, has our -.lianas for a copy of his report for the year ending October 30, lfS4. A large number of the first-class people of Memphis w 11 start for New Orleans next Saturday with the Collins excursion. It is one of the best opportunities that will occur. Dr. T. T. CRorroRi.. who has been con ned for several days at his residence. No. 45 Popiar street, with a Be vote case of netimoma, is not lis yet improved, but is friends anxiously hepe that ere lone a change for the belter will take place. hilk Da, Bernhardt came here with an excellent reputation and with an im mense number of testimonials from lead ing people of the country, he has done ork here that bag astonished many ex perienced and intell gent people. He has furbished elaaws to a large number who had given up all hopes of ever being able to Eee well, but are :aow liappv in the pos session of gla-ses tint enable them to sea splendidly, liis oilier, in the Peabody Hotel continues to be visited by large umbers daily. Nashville lianntr: "The sudden death of Messrs. Will F. Tiesto and A. J. Dem- erick last evening at Memphis, caused by the explosion of the boilers cf the steam ierryboa!, Mark Twain, will be received with sincere regret by many Nashville people. On three occasions they were en gage! to prepare 'trade issues" lor the bai.nrr, doing thuir work exceptionally well, and to the entire satisfaction of patrona and publishers. Thev wete in telligent, honest, modest and industrious and impressed m jst favorably a 1 with whom they came in contact deservedly increasing the number of their friends at each succeeding visit. Mr. Tieste was a native ol iNoblesvilIe, lnd., where bis parents still resitle. lie was for some time connected with the Chicago papers, and for a brief period with the lrfwm, of this city. About two years a?o he was married in Louisville, Ky., and since bas been connected with the j b department of the ourier-Joirnal. His relatives and riends will have "he hearty sympathy of uis acquaintances cere. HOTEL ARRrV'ALS. Peabody Hotel. B. OAU.W4Y ii CO Propbiktobs ivaies b- ouana er day, accoraing to iu and lucatioQ of rooui. J Lindser. Misa J H Boril'e. N T VI" U Lime, Tenn O P artcr. N' V S DOwen, Ark W K Le.tian, Ark J L Va'eiib, T.nn J Y Mnbler. X Y J II Mewart. N Y A Schober. X V CJ lliMork, Coaa A 11 Hallile.i. La E M hie er. 1 enn C A .Mcrey, Mo L M bewnar, Io J K Beck, Ark B J hu-by. Tenn J H Wiley, Pa 11 V KoilKcrs.-.Arlc S W Bun.iinK. X V A Ortniayer, Chicago K K Kessier, Louisville It W McAle, Mis. VV , ' ulbertson. Ia S J llillsuian. Chicago jno Liuuson, mo i VV .Marshum. Ohio M J Taylor, (ia Ilea Lieber, Cat li BlacKbum, Ohio L II Laneer jr, Teun J C Winston, Ara A M Scarbrouah, city J R llesd. Teun R A Mcleely, Vis. J C Goodman jr, Alk B J busby, Tenn J V Duncan, Tenn II 11 Donohoo. Mo ll VV Curtis, Mo V i liryar.i, lenn J r'liirHi, TecD It b Porter, Ala .1 .'Crenshaw, Mo II VV Neal, Ark urn Mnys. r. Misa L. Kocbestrr, Misa Mf M Chi.-k, Mo G F aaynard, 5t. J F K-mbrouKh, Tonn A C Hand if, .Minn J J C allrcy, Mo M ss E tcrris, X J Kl'oyKmdal.&r. Mian ftirs w 1 erris, 2, i VV Ferris. -N Y J VV Phillips Aw, Del t. anriorn Jitr. Mas rs M L Hanover. Mass N VV Baptist, Tena 11 VV .lon.iard. teun P F Rice I A Mat-hews w. Ark Hti Fleminir, city VV T y orber, (ia K C lilandina. SC i' nianouifr, a t; K A liawley. Cal W li Couan is. Ark Mrs E 'iuy. Mo F L Annslrong, Ky b Jordan, Ark J H onntag lnd T V Howe, Ga A l'.ji kes. As, Kt I. L tiuslinir, Ohio M Gnnr-u! gor, X Y B Phipoi.. Ga, R I Miss J M Harnaby, R I A M Caitehart, Minn li 11 Sai.dcrs A w, Ark J Collett, Ks S S l-ctt. Ill S Frank. ,M iss P ll.ix.il, Va W K La. y. Miss .1 itnDSon. Misil J B bli-s. Mich ! M ltc.il.iie. Ill M Tavlur. Ua O A .Smith, Ia T A Lanier, X J 11 11 Pntnoz'i. t, a J B barnal.y,wj a ll.r-ch. I'a r F Myl. r, La I) Andreas. Ark J T n...l.lie. Ky J 11 Itaiuey, Ark J C .i.iouruin, jr. Ark J Cla-k, ArK 11 Murdock, Mo Sll l.eatth, 111 Mrs J O Shaw, Miss C Lewis, Miss H B To-nj.kins, Tenn S L M. Sutt, N Y J VV Hickman. K" . VV L Ha torn, Mi W M Baiter, Tslin I' O Boynton, 111 VV P Tem. lc, Ky A VV. If. X Y 1)11 McKenzie ai, Arlc J L Atherton, K:r C 11 Runjoo, St Louis r .Hiuer, rs t i C Kirk, Miss. fc-aNton's liolel, W. II. BIX GUAM MAV.r.ra. European plan. Knlarired and refurnished irices accuruiuc to size ana location of rooms, J Ienl-enr, Mi John Harbour Cal J .1 Gray. Ark II R t-utton, T.Min VV M It hoiles. Ark J VV Earl., Ark VV W I'a'e-scn, Ky M C H V il iams. Ark G VV R Corlis, 111 G F Maynar.f, Miss B A A. vers, Tenn J J Moore, Ark L V Uutler, Iran VV B Wright, Tenn VV P Callicott, Miss R M Chandler, Mo S Pin k, L H F. stcr, Tenn John W Lvotis, Ky J M Bellinrtr. Miss P J King. Miss A J Kow.aiid Miss S 1) Morgan, 111 II S Brooke, Tenn F C vcli:,, Mla8 F B Leach. I 1 E A ti igi-by. Tenn V F VVerner. Alk b M Goran, Ark. it Liii'i'icy, loin VV V tiavl r. Ark FAB -rrett. Tenn lio M lirake, l:nn Mi.- A William.. Ark J VV hirhe.-ter. Miss V 11 W i son, lonn Mis I-Il Fulton, La Thns James. Art T Ak-xaniiur. Miss J C n bodes, a I ' Amnion, Mo J VV Cocke. Mo 11 'iros'i. Miss ti VV linway, T;nn T J Fcritii.on, Miss C A Cox Aw, M is W II Ucaubene. Mo .1 VV Roberts, .Viiss Geo Barnett, Ky M A Oncrouiff, Mo C C Swoope, Ala A J oore, Te in II C Pa'ton, T.-nn Msx Mayers, .rk J P Clopton. Ark M Writbt, Ter n J Clusiu. Mint VI VV I autrert. Ark E M Green, M K Kusseil, Tenn S VV Gccey, lenn F Tr mole, Bo.nervtlle f S Irflson, Alk VV VV.bb, city R M riuht. Tonn (i W Garrett Aw, Tenn X L Marnion, Mis W L An-hibi.M, Miss E It B llui hrty. Ark I Ioiec, Ark L Silinper, Ark J J VVjiitumson, Ark J L Hughes, itrk Jo G ay, Ark E Kahn, Miss Geo T Anders in, Ky W.I VcCuliougbif, Ark fc. VV Kaytoond Aw. Ia C C Crews iw, .Miss J A Plonimer, T.nn I! C Willis, city PJ A Lough. in. Ark Mrs L G Robert. Mo Miss J M Russell, Tenn 11 11 Mele, Mo J A Woodson, Ark R C Van caut. Ark P S S'ovall, III P T Fi rs; the, city J b Ilocston, Miss i B Wells, Ga E L mith, city C II Cooling Ark Hy llsnks, Aak Wm Hooker, Awk VV S Hughes, Ark F H Lombard. Miss B M Lacan. Ark John Grazslo. Ark O Thomas, Tenn J X Marlin, lenn Wm M Kobertron, Tenn J llarrell, Tenn. Dntry's Kiiroeaii Bolel. Corner of Adams end Main street. Rooms and -SI iM-rdftv: A.icricHn nlan ifl nor dav. X. M. bL FFY (.10 yrswith Peaboiy Hotel), Pbop WWVanXew.X f W S ll-illowaM, Ky -J 11 Biiss, Mi(h A I canlan. Ark M P Weiles. Ohio T Flower, Te:in C Xear. Ark B L Gocio, Ark MissC Nolsor, X Y J S -anlan, M.es l'lri.h. Mo J J Cravens A w, Ark J A 11 igloy, ,,rk .1 S VVobb. Tenn VV .ircen. Tenn .1 1 Vincil. jr.. Mo I S Brown. Ala VV J Marshall, Ky SGHerndon.N 0 J Anthony, Ark 11 G Hakm, Ind T G Pulliam, Misi C VV Griffin, Ark J Griflin, - rk G C VeuaHle, Tenn Misa A Kelson, X Y J Titman, Mo G U Edwards, Tex Miss Cravens. Ark X L Collins. Tenn Loui Leaman, X Y J K Fetors, Tenn G G McGregor, M,-, C A Peterson, Xeb U It Boyd, Ttnn W li Uairard, l'l Mrs WickerslumAScIU John A Kiroy, Icon W M 6wuin, Ohio C I Jones, Misa L Johnson, Miss A A Coleman, Miss BAKKR P F Baker T C Kuh AND TABBON CtlliPAXY. T J Farre Miss A VV atts Miss Clarion, Clarendon Hotel. Centrally located, near new ftotton Exohange nnrt Pinm. KrIak. .2 nor dqv. A. A. BUKLESOi Propri.tor ntV Batch, Chio S R Jacobs, laiss sirs Lenard i:c. Col F PS ealortiw. Col Mrs I R Hun er, Ia P K Leslie, 2t iss I, F Roberts, Ark F L Hinirletou, Mo B E Harrison, Ark R T H..rris, Ala Mrs M D Langdon N L L Sample, ft' iss T W liambtt, Tenn T A Boarro, La L C Alien, Ala J ?i Anderson. Ark S f! Puttison, Mo C P Johnson, Cat J M Ba. linger, Misa II Csitali, i4ea j l nams, ansa (r a O iver, Misa J 1) Morton. Miss T L Holt. X C A L tTyir.snjE c, Ala li h ijmiib. ienn B .i'Btien. I WW Willis. Or C E James. Or B P Mi ler, A wife Ala, CS Miller Jtw, Ala L Q Stewart, Misa F L Andrews. Mo J J Harris, Mo M N Cotton, NY J S Colbert, Mo A X N'icolson, Tenn S M Thomn, Tenn 1 A KoLertsun, X Y 11 T Martin, Ohio. BiKKR AND r ABBON COV.PANT. A Dillin, G Smith, T E Macgrcaer, J R Ryan, II H Ric L H lislier. H. C. TOOF. OOF & GO, wm PBBJTING -AND - BLASE BOOKS 27(3 Second Street, Greatiy Increased Facilities ordb:es promptlt filled. Tarlv Tolia Use after aatinsr. for Indiges tion. A pertect substitute for tobacoo. Ask your drag gist or cenfectloner for Col- LOLSJS 9D i genuine and origin. Taffv loin . mannfactnred bTOolsan k MoAfae. Louxa- riltoi Ky. -bamplw bun die by snail oa re- IP o six Gents. . w .uax-iinrras vr. it. uj.tes. S.C.T -jots uags i-ennuts. ' -1 m 1st Bargain At 40 cents 44 and 46-inch Woolens, Solids and Mix tures, all Ihe new t.nts. Tnee goods oan D.v.r b. duplicated at til. price. 2d Bargain At 25 cents Summer Pi'ks-A!l new shade, of Satin.. Tnis for MU.MJAV ONLY. 3d Bargaia -At (1 50- bl&ck Oros Grain Silk n.rer before prieed a oder .T. 4th Bargain At 95 cents A Satin Coachinc Parasol in tli the n.w colurs. 5th Bargain a m Kaaler Banaet, M 7o, K.w (trl.l and beautiful. ItLACK NIL.KS Of th. 'onion Gutnst mn4 Musuplr makes. Wear cuArftuteed. lack Trlrotloea, Arm a re, Hatla l l.axe. Hallo Onctaeaae, Flue Specialties ia Mourning tioodi. GREAT ATTRACTIONS -IX- LACE DEPAltTIEXT ! isAl'I.l.l L Ll Oi' t.4ti'liav Al) KKTIREIT HtW lflVS -'jj . ; Did Sup- you pose Mustang Liniment only go! for horses? It is for iuflnrr.Bia tlon cf all flesh. G iiaery FArlGY GOODS -OX- 2. PINKEYE. . ' i- . :- . ..:? A Remarkable Cure Horse. Col. James L. Fleminpr. a rrominent rrocer; mercnant, a n,emer ot tbe nriu or r'eining lotton. Auruftta. mitkes the followtniTIt4te men t of the treatment of a valuable hcrtte with awiit fcperin: In the fail of I had a relvable colt take with a eevere c-tfo of tinkeve. which recultcd in the nnut fearful cae ot blood pniaoninr i ha?e eve.'peeu. Alter euht or nine lanntos ol d -ftor-inr with ever? loiutdy that 1 could bear of, I des paired ot a cure. At this time tbe nore wai ni able to move. beau?e of swollen limbs. II righ h nd ictr waf us lurre a a man's body, and bad on it over lo'tvruninr sote. He had a f a number of larre sores on hi body and ohe litnbi'. He was a iiumI nitiabie lookmr obie and I was advixed to end his tufferinrs with th ebotrun. us was a valuable uaiiual and I dt not wnntto lose him. After ra cuing my brain i Eeircn i-r anottier remeuy more etncacioi thoueht of Switt s MeeiD I knew it was inTal. aablo to the human family a' a blood pur tier, and why should it not he for the animal ae well? I did not hesitate, but sent last July to Atlanta for a supply. 1 began the treatment with 4 oz of R, S. 8. and 4 os. of water three times a dny. This I continued for a wek. i hen I increased the do tt 6 ot. of ear it, and continued for a week. Then I increased Vi H oz. and run it a week, when I went back to t oz. BfrAiu. Tbe remit was tuat at the end of tbe lirt week the bort-e had a fair appetite, which he had m-t hd f-iu his sickness. At the end of the second week even premier improvement was apparent, for many ol the s res were bealinr nicely, attd the hore mauiteeted adeiire te move a iout. At the end of the third week he began to chow Kin iu flesh, ard had full a-pstite. ire swellinr had about dieipj.eared. I use 4 in al' about 16 bottles of Swift a specific and when 1 (iuit its uio the h re had only lour small -ores lett on him, and they healed up immediately. In Aur-JH Inst all symptoms of the ditense parcel away, and up to date no sigbs of the re turn of the trouble have m de their appearance, aud the hor.e ha done a mule's work on my farm. I retrrd ?t one ot tte m-t remu kabi oure I have ver knovn. Xha this rriiat meiiicine has proven a boon to the t i.imal an well at to tbe hu man ra Jas. L. Flbuinu. Autrusta, Jan. 9, 1K5, bend for book on liioo-i and Skin Difea4;es. It is tun i led free Thk Smtift iji-KCin.; Ci., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. )NERVqUSOEBILITY fi folrt 5 .I'iiag 5 joaihl "too frw nomerom "V --, j? oliarpiiwf'ai ViifiK U ela-illbd Chy. iGlhlal lndiwJTiitioa, ) freo iniiulivunoM. or A Radical Ci?re for 3 ertjriiinwcrk. Avoid 5 aitd learn tniporta-il PHTSICAI S DECAY. iiit-rit el whre. Take a ".3l"!lK, RfMUsYthttiiAS a Zi aj.. ? .i nm uiienc Years by usit .k w ah fc.- tlJvAS- I f pt-cinc in ti uec m u tt i Wk TitlAL l tf a it.nctior.tot TaUr; r I?-? 1 '"- animating- elemrote OnaUonth, - 3 0OllS'hr.atipnti.-mcchMr VWOffloatM. - C.PO, -? tulan4rai;idlvriii8b.ta a'jproe Jlontua, 7.ocg mrnirtk texual vigor. HARRIS REMEDY CO.. KTcCldiSra . xenta tt bf. r.oxjra, mo. f 1 1 CJTUStO PERSONS! Not n Tr J I Ak r.;r terms oro-7rAiml." i i rva. "v-v'-i : Ciivil yiiw- .5,-.. v--t Manhood Restored KtMtav Fkke. Avictimof vontbfnl ininrndonoe rndn ilj. L r Irnoi causinr i rcranurB iecar, Arvou AJoiniy Manhood. An., harins tnstl in vain every I remnJT.htkS rtisooveroil a simple nieann of nolf-cut, h;c!i b w.i: arri Fltl-h. to hit fetlow-nlTcrprs. dd-cs J.ILKI '.lib.ChathambuJVow h jnfc GO 2. DOK'T CSrO! MISS IT l COLLINS'S MUNI TO NEW ORLEANS AND THE Great World's Exposition Via the beautiful and interesting Mississippi Valley tUm'e, h., X. U. auj T. li'y, APRIL 4, 1885. ONE of the cheapest -d most attratlve trips ever orranired. Ju t think ol it! Only $7 foi tie round trip, and SI off thin, ma kins iton'y 3 froni iniiipliir to Slew Orlemii and llrinrn, on all tickets purchased oner be lore .varuh S' --Lb- tickets rHd to return on all regu lar trains; for S 1 days. o uhantre of cars between Mew ph. s and Ntw Orleans. Tbe most beautiful ani iuterefliwe route to the Crescent City. The Foonury i yraud. Alenr this liae can bo seen the loToiy 0rai;e and Ma noli Uruvea ot the Sinny StVitU," and tlie Krent and uiostbenu tifiil sugar, tottc-n aud rica uUnUtioce in the 'uflUi A.'tio an oi ponuuiiy iu kt. view o iae r. . eiiriiniY APHTI. 4rh. X." . " r ..T " . J . ..! -I. . ...;." 1 ; ,!, f-r... P - UJ . ID US Kt...K a ijii.in J -V cut City at about noon next day. In. atl.ntion of the laaies is called tothis Eicurtion. as it will rertainly prove charuini an 1 dliehirol trip for them. Hpeoia1 arrnement, wuti tae Hotel! InKew Orleans for the oerelinf this t nrtn. Sale of tickets will comment Maroh 3.ah, ana Grt!nue up to depariur. of Excursion train on APEIL 4th. Ruy your tickets at one. and avail yourself of this v. cneap ana a-H.sui.iu. oi'i.oi tuntty to .lot tn. ..Kll ii . and the b.autifal Creseent City. Ticket, oa .al. at S Asala stress, ay K. H. TiU.rT,Tlsa.l A front, lis. hy Afr.nU at all (tatieci on th. CO. and I, W . K. K. btw..n f adacan and ia.mi his. tlder," UEi t Il Tlisiai Ap of a M ilElirSl! ", . Uiii'ifto cities of Vufburg, 1 rt tcson v..,n..in tr. r. vi leave tn. I'-.lVi V B.n at S 6 e'tx k DOW LAW COTTOX PL4STEH1, C'OTTO.V SWEEPS, PLAXTERtf IION, thb or tonvi.r.TE stock or PLMTM0I1 HARDWARE And IMPLEMENTS in Market. SOLE AUESTS Iu JEHelH-S for It. F. ATEBY aV SOV PLUWb', ORGILL BROTHERS & CO., 310-312 Front St HILL FGfTAlE & otton Factors and Wholesa's Grocers SOG-29S Trout St., Kern pi, U, Tein?. OIL L, F0HTMS & m Cotton Factors. Commission 7n. 11 mocfli Main Ht.. Ht. Tanwls. s Bidgk, MclKTota Covin r, Oa. De. J. BnADf irLD Dear Sir: I hare tuken rtv eraJ bottles of your Female Kerala tor for f-vih'-.. of the womb and other diieasea combined ef air teen reara etaodieff. and I really beliere I -t eared entireli for which pleave accept my bearV telt thanks and most profound sra'-itude. I know your medicine tared my life, eo yoa tee I canno' peak too hicbly ia it faror. I hare recom mended ft to eereral of my friend whe are in -ferine u I waa. Your, rery res.otrully. MRS. W. E. bTfclliBn:3. TESTED A QUARTER CESTCR - It Mande rrlviI4t. Db. J. BiAortKLD, Atlanta, Ga. Dexr Sir: 1 take plea are in Bt&ting; that I hare end. lur the att twenty years, the medicine yoa are now put- tint up. known u Dr. Bradfield'i Female Kera- ;ator, nd con elder it the beat eombinatfon erer g-otten tocether for the ".seai for which it is recommended. With kindest rerardf, I am, re epectfally, W. B. FKRRELL, M-D. Atlanta, Oa Da. J. BftADrivLD Dear Sir : Some fifteen yean ao 1 examined the recipe of Female Regulator, and carefully etudied authorities in retard to iu component, and then (aa well u now) pronounce It to be the moit scientific end skillful com bio a tion of the really reliable remedial veirUb't a nU known to science, to act direct' y on ti: womb and uterine organs, and the erxans an I parts sympathising directly with those; ana, therefore, providing a BrtciFiC keksdt for i diseases of the wont and of the adjacent orsn and parts. Yours truly, JESbE BORINO.M.D., D-D. Send or our treatirie oa " Health and Ha (mines f W oman." iaiiod free. Tbe It rad field Rrfiilafor Co., Atlanta, Ga. D3. HASHES' GO IS EN SPECIFIC A POSITIVE CURE FOR BRurMerass OR THE LIQUOR HABIT. It fan tv riven in a cup of corTo or tc- wtthst lli1 ki ! tt-ir' uf the person tnkniK 1 1 . in if4liii-ly harinIs-hM. ami wm -iirt b rrTiiiMient an.i fiv enrr. h "-ill or t ! iiAtcut U a nio!rU' Oritikr or an Hhiilmlto wrirfc. It liua H-en riven in tli'm-uind-' of ifiMs,n'l tli evt-r iimf ai'f a ,rt rur I kin follow'!. It ncfr fnlls. Tn syitein 'n,- liiprprnK'-l witti th iu-. it .HTonitu an u.ior laiMkHtiuiilty tor the liquor aj -peiite to t-Ait. UM-i arsrill C Prvp'ra, (Inclaaatl, . FOR BALE 33Y A.RENKERT&CO.DrL'lsts, Cor .Mnin nnA Adnmn Si,, n I- Cor, 3Iutu aotl .Unrkel M.. M KM I'll IS. CVI1 or rii for rtrtnilara aul lull pfwtitilar A 1'os.tal Card Story. I wan affected with kidney and urinary Trouble " For twelve years!" After trying all the doctors and patent medi.-ineg I tould hear cf, I used two Lol lies of Hop " Dilfere," And I am perfectly cured. I kfej it "All the time!"' tespsctfu'ly, 15. F. Booth, Saulsbury, Tenn., May 4, l(vS3. BaADrnin, Pa., May 8, 1575. It has cured me of several diseases, suh as nervousness, sicknsss at the ttoinah. monthly tr-.nblcs, etc. I have mt seen a si'-k dav in a y.ar s qc. I took llop Bitters. It my neichtw.r, us. them. Mas. F.aia fs&kks. Lost. "A tour to Furop. that cost me S'WW, done re. ' less a-md than one bottle of Hop Hi'ters: they also eured my wie of fifteen years nervou, " weakness, iluaplesness and d'stops-n. " K. il.. Auburn, N. V. So. Bloouixctili e, O., May 1, VC9. ffiaa I bave l-een suffering tea years, aud I tr'ed your Hc-p Bitten and it done me uo-e ood than all tbe dcx-turs. Misa 8. S. !.. Ittiby .SaTfd. We are to thankful to say that our nnrs'nr bay was permanent y cured of a dang-nrous ar.d Krotracted euustip-i.ion and irregularity of the owels by the use of Hob Bitters hy its mother. which at the same time restored her to pcrlect ueaitti ana strenstn. Ih Parists, Rochester, N. T None rcnuine without a bunch a f green Bops on the w bit Ubol. bhun ell tbe vie, putrx n ousstutf with "Hop" or Hot"" in ibpir pun.e. A POSITIVE Cure without Med 1 c i n e. Palen'fd Octsuber I'i, li... One box will cure the most obetinato ctu In four ays or ie!. Allus Soluble &etileat? Couples. No nauseous doses of cu ehs, copaiba or oil f sandalwood that are certain to produce dyppepF-ia ty aesTrityin-: me coatings ol the sU'Uia.-b. Price. $1 6y. Sold by ail drug gists, or mailed n reae.pt of price. ror further particnia feu-1 foi circular. P, 0. I'-os liW, aTtfTSTS Z Jobn . ,t, ew York J J. F. HOLST k BBS. (Sncoejsors to O. H. Hoist A Bro.) Funeral Directors, A YVltu and eompicte stock of Wood and S-t-XI U.I1U1 Ciites and Caskets, Cloth-Covered Cas kets and UqtihI Kobes always on hand. Br-iirdrw Ky triegrwpb promptly S)-M LYON'S TastelessChill Tonic IP VERT MOTHER knows what a trouble it is Li to grt children to t"ke Qamice and bit'rr en ill tonics. Children and infants will et Lynn ' Tasteless Xonio and never know thev are Inking medirioe. It never fails to cure Chills no mat ter of how lng standi nr. And for dt heme r:l 4rcn and ladies requiring a general tonic to build up the system it had no e iuai. it will make delt ctte children strong and healthy. Cut tf is .ut and take it to to your druirei t. Fold by all dr gistat?09. U- H. JOM'iAH, twiraale AkuIm, nibla,?etiai. Tasteless Syrup of Quinine Ts verr valuable for children. It is made fr-nn Pure Quinine, is perfectly t-u-telos-, at d bubies and chiidten will take it and never know it is medicine. uld by ail drutt,git5. G.W. JONES & CO., Agents. Iom !'. Ten it. V hu L&ota NiitivE V ik H StrBnulh and in4 if . ti.-Ol". fBQJisMl lv iroisK a cure, expoAure, or Mi.r " YOU CAN Ba CUK-t Onr Imnrnvwl A a-i . ..wvi 5? '. oevsrj itrrl, eye Anecl0MI Ol.VJIICC0,JI? a. era sr.1. iu:k MKW. A. -IVeXAT, loa nnnl tH., New Orltnua, rtciALTiis rot MiKiao FLAGS AND BANNERS. And teuJo.' la til kin4 of ?arahxrnallaa for Socit3, Aes jciftt-itaii an a Ct.;bj, B1LK.GOLU A elLVER M fiBOlAEHES Made tqrier, Kt n d iodes tl n, at rwUHTCn lipsrlsaewl Atnta to sell th. Mew EnltK.n. ol WS.II'a a.closae4llM. T. Kllwaad If 11, Publisb.r, 7 M. lSUa.au, PbUa. 'Ft AVED HER LIFE ! Cfra -" i1 -: villi ' Men." eootai:ilo fc... I'lU -"2 IK J 1 'houlj know.TiKwll;ia a iLii U.!.LI ""'"rosta. . COTTOX: SCBAPRaS, Cl7I.TIVATOnJ, I1LIXO ,URI11JU.. Hardware 1 .ercha 1 31 10 KT AST Mempiiis Land Salel GRAND OPENING SPRING 1335 We will begin the fate of tftnt v.f saa dtvhiou vf Juba B. tlaybrooke, Ksa.,on the loTll OF APRIL NEXT. ThN lart'e r.n1 cnr.prehpive trr.ct In titostd on The Line cf the li uloa.'ij Kai'W y, aSouf baif tnil tro't. the curprjttion lin- '( Mempbi4 tVh"n t-iku a a whMe. t'ii subdtr men wll tf'nd to hi tni! n-tr. er tne rmrcnt ( ti -riQniiy fo a' trnrti v fii1 heal thy tituio r unj c jm 1 em growing I'Of.uhstion, aa in espy re-ti the ci-7 e.thr ty tret r iilMay ftr r-ik-. Tne sle wit. b'cta at H o'cio-k a m on W edue-dtv, the lHi of Apiil next, ud he pn nite, end will contimu pinie, lro ii f-Kf to ti!.v, until rvery rt m laf caa le n of thi ubdivi-ton m'.ter Sim- . da, i jf-ch 'itn, at the Dne- of Overton lire renor and F. . Hoytr A o., till tlay of nnl-. 1 ne pa e w il com rt1 nee at 11 oVI'-"k a.m. te SAn..!" itirrh a'. 'A o'clock p.m. ei.'-h 1KHMS- H - if cah, rf msinder in twain mrtiiht. with ti ier 'out. int' rc-t : lien retained Krery i'uribQr will le r- ttuirw-i to pay 10 per cent, on every imrclia-e ma le, and to sijcn he aie-b.i-k on te rrund Xitle per feet. Sais peremptory ai.d i'h--ut iicit. Y. V. KSTK. -j i. - -a v IS tKTlL.D hT E0YAL HAVANA LOTTERY (A oovpTtMrrnT iNSTrrrTina, DRAWN AT HAVANA- CK'fcA, A Ecry 12 to 14 luiy. S-v that tVe nam; Oorr n M Co. Is o th" tirrrt. Hi.tiJ.ct to ! u.aMr;til-.tI n, Bt irotil trr t ; parti i- in 'un tt 1. Lac fai r-l th:u In Ue fc-itUlu i-r rfi.n- tn fm. Fur nilor-niali'in tiA r.'rvT aroly to PTTTlI. i rO..;-n A !' . MVi Pr--rfn . i. , N. S . ..! T. at, kv44 Iutlotpit feu. .iiiCao. l.i-. or o.3 AVet Court Mrerl, at'itiphis Tens. B. L FLANAGAN -i:ai.i:k in - Watclies, Jewelry, Diamonds, Silvenare, CLOCKS actl 'SPECTACLES. 313 MAIN STREET. 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