MEMPHIS DAILY ! APPEAL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1880.
A . Ihrca Ni.hu and faturday Matinee.
i The tevo:iteConiedinne,
; assisted by a powerful eompMT.
' Thursday Kvcning and taluiday Matinee,
Triday Night.... ER
l patnrday Night, Now Play. entitlsd.aUl.ir
f Karen 1-- S-JANUSi:UKK.
March 4-6- JOiin l. aAiinvau, in toe
Crosby's Dime Museum
224 Kail bim mempnis.
W. J5. CROSBY. .oU Proprietor
I Week Beginning: February Hi.
: THE WORLD'S
Tattooed Champions !
j. j "A Hoit Bemarkabla Sight."
J Everything fresh end bright in tM Bijou
i Theater. Laughter if the orJer of the day
f and night.
Oxk.es Dime To AH.
Eighteen head of Imported Registered
Holeteins, oontiatinc of Bulll, Heiters and
Calves, (elected a premium animal! from
the celebrated herd of 20U head recently im
ported by W. L. Archibald A Hon. T'-ese
animal will be sold to the highest bidler.
,. I'rldny, rebruarv 86, 188S.
: Among the number are Ileilcn bred to the
famous Bulla: Columhus .141, Netherla.d
Herd Bnolt; Alburtua M, N. If - B.t Nicho
, Iaa41i. N. H. B.j Orost Adalf293, . II. B. ;
" Kzcelsior 2iM, N. II. Ji. Certi-cates of rec
ti ietry furniahed wth each animal,
i ISOM, DILLAKDACO.
1 Oxf.rd, Misa . February 17. IW.
FOR SALE OB EXCHANGE.
FOR City Property. 6 tmall Farms, 5 mllee
irom elty. Old Raleigh road : will tell on
lonrtime. Address P. K.. 32 Madison at.
8TBATED OB STOLEN.
MULE On Feb. 11, amnuie colored hone
mule, 10 years old, flopeara, shod all
round, mark na back caused by old tore. Re
ward lor return to Bnl Williarr a, 24 Kront.
FOR MALE OR RENT.
"TJ ARMS Several line farms in Arkansas
X1 and Mississippi on very easy tertna and
low price. Addreaa
B. J. M A KTTN. Memphis, Tenn.
MB. TREZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
. LAW. Marine andl-'ommeroial Notary
Public, Commissioner of Deeds and U. H.
Commisaioner, at the old office. No. 3 Madi
aon atreet. COLLECTIONS A bPKCIALTY.
j YONE Wishing the services of Todd's
Band should apply at 74 VANCK ST.
COTTAGE Of three roema at the termi
nus of Elmwood atreet car line. Apply
at 36 Union atreet.
BRICK HOUSE Three storica, good resi
dents and store, or store and Boarding
house, with cistern, water works, gaa, eto.
Applyon premises or ii Washington street.
TORE Inquire at 02 North Second street,
C10TTAGES Several neat eottucs. Ap
J ply to A. Cordes. 17 Talbot it' eet.
ROOMS Nicely furnished or unfurnished
front rooms for light housekeeping at
21) L nden atreet.
STORE AND RESIDENCE At Bond's
Station, fifteen miles from Memphis, on
toe L. and N. H. R , a atere and neat resi
10TTAGE Three room a, cistern, at 257
Georgia street. Ar ply next room.
CWTIAGB-No. 414 Laalerdale, 7 rooms
J in good repair, good cistern; $25 per
month. Apply to No. SiH Main street.
2 -STORY Irirk Residence, B. W. corner
Second and Exchange it. I in Irat-olass
t repair; eight rooms. Applyon premises.
"PLANTATION Containing 400 aers of
A- oie reu iuu hi ai..u,i virpvnitv
Randolph, Tenn. Will lea-e on extremely
r , low terms. Apply to J.W.HAYS,
it' e rorf Thos. H. Allen t 1 o.
ROOM a En suite, Lee Block, third floor
front. Apply at mo. 4 Madison at.
DESIRABLE OVKlCES-Store-rooin un
der Tennessee Club en South Court ft.,
and four offices on Second atreet opposite the
Cotton Exchange. Apply to
R. B. SNOW DEN or
J. L. GOODLOE, 38 Madison at.
MOOK-A (ood one wanted at
Lv 312 Adama street.
BOARD By two respectable young men
in a private family, within five squarea
of the Milborn Workas reterenoea given.
Address A. B. C.Milburn Q n and M. Co.
"L7UELD PEAS AT
J? ORAIG'S SEED STORE.
37 and 39 Union atreet, Memphis, Tenn.
EVERYBODY To call and lee the cele
brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
AY BOARDERS Good day board in pri
vate family. Terms 14 per week.
68 E AST COURT ST.
Ol'SB SERVANT For small family,
well recommended, at 17 lalbot street.
Onrj STATION MSN Ar.d'Otcainter,
e'UVy to work on livee at Friars Point.
Applv on work or o
TAYLOR. PUFFIN & CO., 304 Front it.
SITUATION As manager of cotton plan
tation) ten yean' tuce tslul manager;
Single man best of reference. Address
MANAGER, rare letter-carrier No. 7.
SITUATION Ai manager of a stock or
cotton farm; twenty years' exrerienoe;
satisfactory reference. Addrel- II., care
Union Stook-Yard and Fertiliser Co., corner
McLomore avenue and Morn Lake road.
AGENTS For the best article ever pro
duced; costly outfit free; no peddling
and no money req aired until sales are made
and goods dolivered. For particulars and
termi address N. M. Friedman A Co., Mar
STUDENTS To learn telegraphy at Tele
graph Sohool.tcorner Main and Poplar sts.
WHITE WOMAN-To cook for a small
family; also, a GIRL, twelve or four
teen years old. to help in a grocery store.
Apply at corner of Calhoun street and Mis
LADY AGENT8 For Mrs. Campbell's
New "Tilter" a Tiller, Bustle, Hoop
skirt and Underskirt combined. Hooks can
be removed and skirt laundried. Adjusta
ble tn any aiis. Ve.y fashionable, and sells
for 12 to every well-dressed lady as soon as
ohown. Agents donble their money. Also,
a full line of new furnishing goods for ladies
and children. Address, with stamn,
E. H. CAMPBELL A CO .
484 West Randolph it., Chicago, III.
FEATHERS Ten thousand pounds, old
or new, by SAMUEL GARAY, Agent
and Commission Merohant, 4u9 bhelby at.
send lor price-list.
LADY AGENT.S Actually clear 10 daily
with my wonderful New Patent Rnbder
Tmd rgarment for fomales. One ladvaold 60
slrat two houri. MRS. O. LITTLE,
Lock-bni 443, Chicago. 111.
AN ACTIVE MAN (Ore out of employ
ment) to berin on moderate salary and
work himself up, representing, in hi own
locality, an old estaHithed houe. Referen
ces exchanged. AM. MANUFACTURING
H"I)SE. 14 Barclay street. N. Y.
AGENTS In every lection of the country
for two New Books, just ready. Sraoui,
Tssrsto men of experience capable of fill
ing a larce territory. State experience, age
and territory wanted. C'ASSKM. A Co.
(limited), H! Bread way, N. Y., and 40 Dear
born atreet, Chicago.
SALESMEN la every State In the n. ion
torenresont a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
SrxciAiTige thatare popular and eaay sell
ing. Can be bandied alone or in connection
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
PRICE MANUPG.CO.. BALTIMORE. MD.
TRAVELING and Cl y Saleanen, regu
larly employed by wholesale houses, to
carry onA-half ounce sample (on commis
sion) of new article in use in all business
houses. Da samples will be sent unless ap
ttl teant ten it eara of boaae twDreaMrtjid hv
him. H. W. Steveni, soo florta Clarava St.,
1 fCC MEN Yonng and old, to bring
1UUU their OU Clothes to Rosensjtein i
Bro. and have tfaom rensratsHj, iti Main
Hi 16 Jefferson. .
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This powder never varies. A marvel ol
parity, strength and whol'-aomenesi. More
economical than the ordinary kinda, and
cannot be sold in competition w..h the
multitude ol low test, short weight alum or
phosphate powders. H"ld only cam. Kol kl
BtxiMO Pnvnr. fo.. HW Wall at .N.wVcrk.
SETTER A Hack and white Better dog,
with brown bead. A liberal reward for
his return to ft St. Murtin street.
2 WHITE COWS-One with rope around
head. " reward for their return to R.
B. BARTON, near Curve, Herrando roai.
BROWN MARE MULE About ten years
old : long hair. Strayed on night of De
cember 25th, from Benieaiown. Liberal re
ward tor her return to W. H. KELLY.
KOOMM ANII BOARD-
ROOM Seeond itory front room, with
good board, at 1(0 Madison street.
S iHniCK HOOMS Furniahed or unfur
J nished, with or without board, IS
squares from Gayoso. ini bnel y e'reet.
OoM Desirable furn'shed room, with
board, at 72 Madison atre t.
i OOD ROOMS With board; day boarders
V T accommodatedt transients also so-
clnted, at auo becona unci.
BOARD-With excellent room,
124 ADAMS STRKET.
' NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished.
with or without board, at 137 Madison st.
TWO large nnfursished rooms, with er
witheut board, at oU Madison street, cor
ST. JAMES HOUSE-Cor. Second and Ad
ams sts. Room and board IS per week;
dnybmrd, 83 0.
FINE PAYING HOTEL BU8INESS-8it-uated
in one of the livest towns in the
South. Does a business of oror fHKNI per
month. Bar can be added to tne business,
if desired. For te'ras, address .
J. 8. M., Box 102, Meridlim,Mis.
AT F. A. JONES CO.'S STABLE Fine
black Jack and Norman anl Clidsdale
Stallion; also, a Jersey Bull.
F.J. SANDERS A BRO
TWO BED- ROM SETS-Dining and
kitchen set, carnets, matting, etc, for
sale cheap. Call at Memphis Loan Office, 74
and 7" Heals street.
)IAN0 Wheelock Upright, good as new,
lor cheap. AtjM Jihjt.
RESIDENCE PROPERTY Valuable un
improved residence property on Ray.
I.nrn v. . ..it side. W,i tt. Irmt bv 22ii ft.
deep, beginnieg 80 ff. north of oor. Georgia
t. Address L. L. PRINCE, St. Louis, Mo.
MULES Some first cliai molea for sale.
Inquire of HADOEN AFARRINGTON
before purchasing elsewhere.
COMPLETE OUTFIT-For housokeei lnt
lor small laniny, CDeap, st ti aiosoy st,
SALOON AND EATING-HOUSE - With
bed-riom and kitchen furniture. Apply
Xo JACU1I bTUKa.llW Main st.
LOT-No. 31 Graham subdivision. In
quire corner Adams and Seoond sts.
MRS. T. A. FISHER.
&KC f(( BONDS FOR SALE This
OU,UUU Bank will sell at PUBLIC
AUCTION, to the highest bidder, for cash,
.t .mithweHt eorner of Main and Madiaon
streets, on Wednesday, March 10, 1S86, at 12
m., s many ot fou.uuu rtoneer Mill non
gage Bonds and past-due Coupons ss may be
necessary to piy tbe debt for which they are
f ledged. These Bonds are due Noven ber 1,
W4, and are in denomination! of 1500 and
11000, and have aemi-annual coupons at
tached, at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum.
UNION AND PLANTERS BANK.
UPRIGHT PIANO BOXES-Just the
thing for coal or leed I exes.
u. K. liuuun. a mi., .ire ma's st.
AT N K WPORTMWS, V A.-1000 lots, 500
fset water fro t, 4l feet deep. For lull
information address WM. A. DEAN,
47 texin gton street, Bait imore, Md.
)K HEAD MULES AND tiORSES--For
O eash, or payable September 15, 1886,
with good security. .
BARGAIN-VILLA EDfcN FKU1T
AND VEGETABLE FARM On New
Raleigh P ke, IS miles from Brick Church,
Ohel.jta? ft acres No. 1 land, house 6 rooms.
servants' houses, stables, barns, cribs, dairy
houBe. well and cistern: also, 3U) bushols
corn, nay and fodder. seed potatoes, turnips,
asparagus beds, hot beds and sash, agricul
tural implements, household and kitchen
furniture, cows, calves, horses, mules,
wagons and harness. Apply on premisrs.
J. T. BERLIN.
HORSE A sate, reliable lumily buggy
hoise one well known to the citiiens
of Memphis Apply at the liverv stable of
2 F. A. JUNES A CO.
THE OLD HEN ISLAND In sight of
X Memphis; 1500 acres, of which about 300
cleared and very rich land. A bargain oan
be secured by application to
0. B. BRYAN A CO.
'liJfNftKSSKIt STATE CKKTlFIOAlto
' Re eerve' n and all dues to the
FUate OVKRTON rtRflSVKNOR
CRESCENT EATING HOUSE,
I-, H. O. at T. Railroad.
Trains stop IS minutes tor meals.
Breakfast, going North.........-... ?t.'4
Dinner, going South l' 's
Dinner, going North lid.
Supper, going South 'ft
The hotel is near the L., N. 0. and T, Rai'
ronu Depot. The only hotel in tawn. Travel
ers, ci r boarders and families will find t ie
best.of acoo'i modationa. The rooms are
eo n for table, w t plenty of bedding. The
tableau 1 servioe Is Jr t olass. Terms rea
sonable. W. R. THOMSON A CO.. Proprietor.
TO LOT OWNERS IN
Elm wood Cemetery.
Orriri or Elvwood Cfmrtrrt, I
36 Union Street, February 17, 1H6. f
AN ELKCriON will be hold at the office
of the Treasurer ol said Company, 36
Union street, on
First Monday In Mart h (1st), 1SSG,
f-om 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., for THREE TRUS
TEES to serve six years. Anv owner of lot
oontaining not less than three hundred
square feet of ground is eligible for the office
and is a qualified voter. There are Nine
Trustees in said Company, divided in three
elassea, each class serving six years, and
elections are to be held Bienni4llv, viz : On
first Monday in March, 1846, 1KS8, 18'JO, and
so on. Lot owners are requested to read
rages 20. 21 and 22 Elmwond Book l or fuller
nformatinn. JOS. LENOW. President.
P. 1L STANLEY,
M Msvatsma Btrvct. saesnishls, TeaiB.
A FULL stook of Wooden and tUtollls
Cases and CaskeU. Burial Ho dm, eto.,
always on hand. Orders by Telegraph er 11
ephoM freaptiy atuoded to.
MR. DE SAl'SSrKE , TAKES
CHARGE OF UH OFflCE.
la Inspection Frtj on lis Way to
Sew Orlraaut Aiolher Counee
tioa for Kusaj CMy.
Mr. Charles DeSanmnr the) newly
appointed ancceator of i. Davant,
was boaily tnftgtd yeeterda? in the
discharge o! the datiee of hia new po
aition aa general Ireight ajrent ot the
Memphia and Charleston nilroad.
Tai pay-car of the LouUville, New
Orlfana and Tezaa railrcad arrived
at Vickibcrg laat eveniny, and ia n
aTifrad paying the employee of the toad
at that point.
Mr. C. H. Boshkb, of th, firm of It.
T. Wilaon A Co. of New Yerk ; Mr. A.
M. Cooke, purchasing agent ; Dr. J. T.
B. Hillbonae, consulting engineer,
and Mr. J. O. Untchinin, superin
tendent of roadway, all ol the Louis
ville, New Orleans and Tex'a railroad,
arrived at Vicksborg at 6 9'clock yei
terday evening fiom Memphia by spe
cial train. These gee tlemen are mak
ing a general inspection trip of the
mad and connections. They left for
A pasty of Chicago, Milwaukee and
St. Paul officials are iu Kansas City
looking over tbe ground with a view
to securing an entrance fjr that roid
into the city. General Manager Mil
ler stated that construction from 0.
tumwa, la., would ptobablv com
nance within a month, and tbe line
he completed within eighteen months.
Neither the choice of routsa between
two surveys nor the point of entrance
to the city has yet been definitely de
Work on that Nsnhrlllo and Knox
villa Nstbacrlpllua HloppfHt.
The Nashville Union of vesterday
said: The local committee that baa
been canvassing fjr subscriptions for
tbe Nasbville and Knoiville met yes
terday afternoon witn a lull atlen
dance. All expressed themselves en
thusiastically as usual for tbe road. It
Wfs staled by different members that
much greater success would be met
with by tbe canvassers could any as
surance be had from the Chesapeake
and Naubvule people aa to when tuev
would build between Naihville and
Gallatin. Efforts had been made to
get something definite on that point,
but without success. Af cer a fail dis
cussion it was decided to atop the
work of canvassing temporarily, to be
resumed as loan aa reliable informa
tion can be had from the Chesapeake
and Nashville folks.
This action of the local committee
is not mieundentood by tbe gentle
men from the un-river country. They
see that the Nashville and Knox ville
will do Naihville no good unless there
is a line competing with the Louis
ville and Nashville between Gallatin
It is underatcol that the building
of the Nashville and Knozville is to
go bravely forward. It was stated last
night tbat Maj. Blanchard would
leave here for Carthage in a day or
two to let out the contracts for grad
ing tbe road from Carthage to the
Cincinnati eoutnern. it is proposed
to go ahead and bnild that portion of
the road, na the subicriptiona are com
plete. That will give large section
of the mountain country an outlet,
but, unfortunately (or Nashville, it
will be to Cincinnati. To keep the
trade of this great section to the
northeast it will be necessary to get
early connet tion with it. This can be
had it the Chesapeake and Nashville
people come forward with something
more substantial tnan promises.
Miss Annie Piziey will complete
the week at Len brie e, and opens to
night. Tbat her engagement will be
successful ia evidenced by the rush
for scats which has already begun.
Of ber acting in il'liu tbe Boston
Herald fays: Miss Annie Pixley drew
another large audience to tbe Boston
Theater to witness her wonderful and
artistic impersonation of "M'lise" in the
play ot that name. Tne play is not
only one of rugged strength and
thrilling interest, with a fine vein of
comedy running throughout it, but it
is performed in an exceptionally good
manner. Mies Pixey's impersonation
is genuinely delightful, charming in
its naturalness and satisfying in its
ai tit tic thoronehness. "M'liss" like
the "Rip" ot Mr. Jefferson, each year
adds to a list of admirers already
large, while the old friends remember
her with pleasure and never fail lo
give her the encouragement of thoir
presence. Last evening Mies Pixley
made some changes in her songf, and
it is a 1 most needless to remark that
frequent encores were demanded un
til the lady was almost exhausted.
Crosby 'a Dime Mnaenm.
The cloudy weather and rain yester
day had but small effect on the attend
ance at tbe Museum. . Among the
visitors were many country people,
regular six-footers, from Arkansas.
One of these bucolics, a giant in night
and bieadtb, approached the tattooing
artist at tbe end of the annex ball, and
stated tbat he wished tj be painted
and fixed up like "you a'l," and
wanted to know how long it would
take and how much it would cott
"Well," replied Frank Howard, "you
are nearly a fort taller than me. It
tiok 154 days to tattoo me, and cost
J3C0, but at you are a larger man, with
a great deal more suifaceto cover, I
suppose it will take nine months, and
cost in the neighborhood of f 400." The
son of tbe soil listened with widened
mouth to the artist, heaved a deep
sigh and turned aay to admire
a tat to led lady. "Does it really take
s j long?" asked the reporter. "Cer
tainly," was the reply. "Bender, the
Greek tattooer, commenced on me
February ' 1884, a ad finished Janu
ary 12th. During that time I never
lost a single day." " Was it nnt a very
painful operation?" irqiirnd a lady
bystander, "No, madntne," was the
response; "when the first few days
are over one grows nscustomed to tbe
smart." The New York tattooersera
using the new at Whetic cojaine, an
extract from the South American coca,
which deadens or benumbs the part
to be tattcoad. Some very clever peo
ple are to be found among the per
f irmers in tbe bijou theater. Charlie
French, tbe banjoist, ia an adept on
tbat favorite instrument. Suntin and
Jackson have a funny sketch in a den
tist'a cilice, which is not tooth in for
epjoymetit Ajax must be wen to be
appreciated, and, Indeed, the phrase
is applicable to the entire perform
The famous German tragedienne,
who begins her engagement here next
Monday, needs no introduction to our
readers. It ia sufficient to ssy tbat she
has lost nothing in power since last
seen here. The New Yerk Telegraph
thus refers to ber new play, The
Tt' . TJ. J 1 . . 1
nvinan m suu, aa enacted dj cer
preeentcompany: "Mme. Janauecbek,
with her fine company, scored a
magnificent surcete. The piny through
out evoked intense enthusiasm and
was universally pronounced ocecf tbe
strongest ever present ?d in the) he ge.
The cast was almost uniformly tt ing
throughout, but especial met. ion
ia due Mr. Alexander H. 8! art,
aa '-Count Clandio ;" Mr. Jt nes
Garden, ia the dnal role of
"Hubert Maalietl" and "raiia! n"
Mr. George D. Chaplin aa "V tor
Sanson" aud "Hector Fairmont ,"
and Miss Kn genie De Foreet as he
"Countess Constant! Donati." 1 ne.
Janauschek received on of the .3 net
spontaneous and overwhelming wel
comes that has ever been betow i n
any star at the Grand Opera-Houac f r
years. At the end of the third act she
waa thrice called before the r art tin,
and floral tributes poured in fiom all
parts of the home.
Mme. Janish closed her anga ement
here last night, playing to a grod
bonse deepit-t the bad weather. She
will be warmly welcomed should ehe
ever return here.by lovers of conecien
tious and artistic acting. "
SAYFORl) AND TOjlXER.
A Uoad IK Is. hi 'a Work for tbe i'aoae.
Mr. fay ford's meetinglast nliiht was
one of the best attended Id the series,
and the pouring rain did not prevent
the church from being thronged t the
doors. The eloijuect gentleman was
never in better vein than laat night,
and catching inspiration from bis
earnestness, many announced them
selves as ready to be led to salvation.
This morning Mr. Sayford will preach
n the "New Life," and. to-night at
0 :30 he will ad J reus himself to men
Despite the drenching rain that
came down in torrents and the mnd
soaked streets that sent a shiver to tbe
heaits of pedestrians, the Second Pres
byterian church Uat night waa
threnged with a brilliant and fashion
able assemblage of ladies and gentle
men, who came upon the invitation of
Mis. S. M. Johnson to witness the
marriage of ber daughter, I.ucile C'jp,
to Malcolm Bice Patterson, a yoiuu
and popular lawyer of this city
and a membr of the firm of Ganlt A
Patterson. Tbe church was beaut ful
ly decorated for the occasion. The
pulpit platform had been enlarged to
accommodate the bridal partv, and
was covered with a profusion cf trop.
ical plants that extended the entire
length of the plaifarin aad alum: the
steps leading to it, forming a hack
ground of verdure upon which tbe
eye rested lingeringly. To the front
cf the platform a high arch had beun
erected, around which evergreens were
intertwined to thickly a to conceal
the framework and create the illusion
that it had grown there, From the
center of tbe arch bung suspended a
bow composed of flowers with a floral
heart pierced by a floral arrow. At
8 :55 o'clock the notes of Mendelssohn's
wedding march pealing forth from
the organ announced tbe arrival of tbe
bridal party, who entered the church
iu the following order: Mrs. S. M.
Johnson leaning on the arm of ber
ton, Mr. Walter Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Kicklsm sad Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Klce, all of
whom tcok seats In the front
row facing the pulpit. Folio ing them
came the usher, Messrs. Thomas M.
Scruggs, T. II. Jackson, J. L. H. Kay,
T. C. Loonev, Henderson Beard, L. R.
Godwin. J. 'W. Outran, J. M. Trc .s
vant. Next came the bride, a fall and
graceful brunette cf slender build and
great loveliness, leaning on the arm of
the grcom, Mr. Patterson, whote
blonde features and erect and
manly carriage blended pleasantly
w.th the dark-eyed beauty be
side him. The ushers ranged
themselves in u semi-circle on the
plaiform.and the bridal couple, accom
panied by the Kev. Dr. W. E. Bopc,
took places in fiont of them. Tne
bride was arrayed in a perlectly fitting
white ailk, en traine, tulle veil, and
carried a bouquet of orange bloat oms
in ber left hand. The service was short
but comprehensive and to the point,
and the rich tones of Dr. Brggs's melli
fluous voice weie auditle in every
part cf the building an he put the cus
tomary questions. In three minutes it
was over, the knot was tied, the organ
again took up the joyous notes of the
wed ling march and the bridal
conple marched slowly down the
aisle, fo'lowed by ire admir
ing glances and fervent well
wishes of the hundrcda present.
The newly married couple left the
city at 10:55 o'clock pin., by the
Memphis and Charleston railroad, for
Washington, where they will spend
the first days of their honeymoon.
Mr. Patterson is the son cf Mr. Josiah
Patterson, and enjoy" the eBteem of
all who know him. H is bride is the
daughter cf the late Col. Malcolm
D. Johnson, once a member
of the house of Clark, Johnson & Co.,
that formerly occupied preminent
rank in commercial circles here. Be
sides being beautiful, the young wit')
is noted for ber amiability and good
nes, which have won for her a warm
place in the hearts of a legion of
Circuit C onrt-Plsrre, Judge.
Tbe case of II. Cohen (gainst Jos.
N. Oliver was given to the jury yester
day afternoon. At 4 o'clock they re
potted to the judge that they were
unable t) agree, and were discharged
until this morning.
Calendar for to-day : Kos. 8(io0, W.
A. Brinkley vs Louisville and Nash
ville Railrcad Company; 8052, An
drew Watkina vsJ. J. Latura j 8(J53,
J. T. Breen vs D. D. Thomas: 8U00, A.
B. Ellis vs Marv Kelly; Hti67, George
Paine vs Mary Kelly r86Gl, A.Whalen
vs Memphis Fertilizing Company:
868! 1, D. 0. Collier vs Memphis and
Charleston Railrcad Company ; 8738,
. W. Williams vs Waddy Bros.:
8739, Kansas City, Sjiingfield and
Memphis 1 Railroad Coupany vs Ed
Criminal 4'onrl rsonilmaj, Jodicr.
The case of William Gano, charged
with assault with inttnt to kill, was
resft until March 22d.
Bill Mareen, charged with attempt
in commit, mana'nutrhf waa tinoil
$50 and sentenced to sixty days' im
Calendar for to-day: George Ward,
charged with mansltugbtr; John
Hedy, charged with larceny.
ine grand jury meets 10-nrorrow.
Chaaecrr Coorl MrOowell, Chan
The case of Greenla? against Brink
ley still drags its slow length along.
Dyeing and (leaning.
Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid glover,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Reigel, 58 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tana. Goods reoeiW by express.
THE CO.WERSE TRIAL.
THE ( lU'RCll COURT FRO AN !
OUTSIDE VIEW. j
flow tbe Memphis Minister Im-'
pressed an Innocent Louis
Correspondent of the Louisville
Timti: Tbe Louisville Presbytery met
in this city last week end I stns
tempted to attsnd soma of its sittings.
Have done so, snd having also
read tbe accounts given by the re
porters of the daily papers, on which
leporta I have s few words to aay after
a while, I wonld liks to give some of
the impressions made upon my mind
by the whole concern.
Upon entering the court my eye
naturally sought ths men who, hav
ing constituted themselves "the Pres
byterian Church of the United
Stster," have, in tbe name ol the
Prince of Peace, stirred up a strife
whose baneful ii t! lence upon Chris
tianity will be felt long af er tbis gen
eration aha'l lave passed away.
I waa not long in singling
out the men in question.
After the tlkriteeion cf some
technicalities Mr. Bogus rose to speak.
He is what might be ca'led a J't man,
with soft, light brown hair and whic
kers, and wild, placid expieasion. Hia
speech was a very remarkable one, to
much of gushing affect on fur every
body, especially for tbe deaf brethren
against whom he waa bringing
the charge of intentional and
persistent lying, that I became
perplexed, and wondered what
could actuate him in the couiaa he
was pursuing. , But the mystery was
solved when, at tbe end, be saiu tbat
tbe object in it all was to give these
brethren a chance to fit themselves for
heaven. I confess that this mods of
fitting one's brethren for heaven
struck me as something very original.
ThiB effort seemed to txtutitl the
brother entirely, for after tbe first
evening he did ni t appear, and so the
prosecution was left in the hands of
This gentleman ia very small, very
angular, with keen, snappy black eyes,
and with a small fringe of b it 'k hair
arouud his face and on his upper lip.
He is cat like in his movement, and
speaks with a deliberation that, to a
inn a who wants to see things go ahead,
is thoroughly avg'avating. ihrt if he
is small in s'ature, be is roloceal in
keenness, cunning oud rralii'e. It was
a very no'.rceable thing that while the
accubed sat alone arid never moved
from their 8"iitB, the prostcutor
glided noimlerhly about, whisper
ing in the ear of this brother or that,
looking over paper, and swaying at
his own will the thirty-odd men who
composed tbo court. I have heard cf
tbe power that men like Mr. Daniel
and Billy Mabone (whom, by tbe way,
be very much resemble) bave over
people, but I never taw it before.
I don't know anything about the
book of church order of the Presby
terian Church, but I do claim to un
derstand the English language. Now
the accused real out of this boik that
no frivolous charge, no malicious
charge, no personal charge could be
considered by the con.t; but when
they wanted to throw out, as coming
at least under the latter head, the
charge that ''when Messrs. Daniel, eto ,
said that the character of the accused
(or veracity was not good, and
the accused falaely and maliciously
said tbat it was," the cuit refused to
sustain the demurrer agairiBt this and
twenty other charges equally friv
olous, and voted almost in a body just
S9 Dr, Daniel had planned for them
to do. I must make some honorable
exceptions to these charges against
the couit, for among the ministers
there were several who voted
consistently against the wishes of
this Memphis Alabone. The indig
nation of one hard-sensed old gentle
man, the Rev. Mr. Duncan, when the
court yielded its last point to the
wishes of tbe master spirit was un
bounded. He denounced the court
and the prosecution in unmeasured
terms. He declared that the whole
business bad its origin in "tbat evolu
tion clown yonder, and that Woodrow
aad bis evolution were at the bottom
of it." From what I can learn,
it looks very much tbat way
to me, too. The accounts In the
dally papers, not being very full, give,
unfortunately, an inadequate idea of
tbe strength t f the offense. I under
stand that the family of one of the
Converse brothers is connected with
the First Presbyterian church ofjihia
city, and the other with the Second
church. From what I heard of this
trial I think one of them bus reason
(o intl strong in the love of his pastor.
Mrs. E. S. Rssh et al. to Jno, 8.
Toof, lot No. 7 Unthank and Phillips'
subdivision, ni ur city, for f:'50.
J. R. Mitchell and wife to Mrs. M.
E. Nicholson, tract in Fourteenth
Civil District, for $240.
Phil Pride to Noah S. Grant, lot on
corner of Seventh and Carolina street,
Fort Pickering, for 407.
Building permits were issued yester
day as follows :
Sol Harpman, 304 Poplar street, two
story brick residence, f!KK)0.
Phil Leatherman, Georgia street,
one-story frame house, $260.
Mrs. K. Jacobs, Poplar street, two
story brick residence, $8000.
IS BEMOVBD BY TUB DBS Or COCO AIM a.
And it stimulates and promotes the
growth of the hair.
Bnrnntt'a Flavoring Extract are the
SB no NOT HAT Crab Orchard Water
will CareCanoer, Kpilapsror Heart Disease,
but Wei Mo Hmj Crab Orchard Water aa!a
Is as Sellable as Quinine for
CHILLS AND FEVER.
TRY A BOTTLE BOLD EVERYWHERE.
bee that Crab-apiile trade-mark la on all
paekaces of "Salts'1 and "Water."
Crab Orchard Water Co., Prop's.
SIMON IT. J0HES. Maaaawr.
Estes, Doaia S$ '?o.
Wnolesale Grocers and Cottos Factors
IS Union ulrtpet. ItTenipliIii. Tenn.
. 3. HiEse: c&5 co...
376-37!J80-3S--384-3.S6 hecond street, south ot Uayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles,
MnsaMlnsr, I. . Ifilsr SNmSO- Mart er..t.
A. VACCARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
yOS. 378 AND 380 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
GROCERS, COHOl FACTORS
And Commission f.lrchants,
2G ami SGS Front Nt.. rnhiliU. Tenn.
S. WITZMAMii Co
Wholesale Dealers stnd Publlnhera,
Bole Acents for th lollowlni Flrst-Class TaitnrmanUi '
IDT A TsTaf ItU KBAMICH A At
-av -awa-l -
srA NEW 7-OCTAVK
Writ for OfttaWnM. Koa.!i2.1 nl
11 UN It
FADER. FRANK &C0..
294 Front Street.
DWK. BROS.' CO,
No. 297 Second Street, t JKTcmnhla. Tonii,
JNO. B. TOOF. E. L. McQOWAN. J.B. MoTIQUE. W. 0. PATTKHON
Vholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors,
And Dealers In Levee
Wo. 374 Fro nt Strsxnt
KELLY, ROPER OEILLY,
WHOLESALE .. .
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
Wis. :itt3 MmIh MrH, Pay oho lUoolt.
J. W. WHOKK,
H ANl'rACTCHEKN r THE I Ka.a-UIIAT1.SS
Filsener Beer in Kegs and BotUea.
Onlj l'nre ( hrjr.tal Well Watpr Used far Itrewlngr I'nrpoaes.
H. IV. Corner IXutler and Tennessee Str,
ARE HTII.I. TRIUMPHANT.
ForHfteenyearsther have steadilr rained
In lavor, and with sales constantly Increas
ing have been ei e the most popular Corsets
throughout the I) Lilted States.
The quality Is ws tu to TWtra
as Kino as ordinar, floaaara. We have
lately Introduced the and el II (trades
with Extra Loin Wiist, and caniurnisb
them when nreferred.
Uighest awards from all the World's
areal Fairs. The laat medal received Is lor
Firht DitnaiR or VI shit, from the late Expo
sition held at New Orleans. While scores of
patents bave been fi und worthless, the prin
ciples of the tilove-Fittinr. have proved in
valuable. Hetailers are authorised to refund money.
If, on examination, these Corsets do not
prove as represented. '' sutler ovcrj
S'atalOeinoa fr bb sttvpllritlloBt.
ThniriHon, Lana:lon ('., Waw Vort
St. Agnes Academy.
THE RPRINO ( K-SION will open MOX
DAY the 1st of February. T.rma-171.
tVO and IKK), aornrding tn the aire and
ol.ua of the pupil. For further particulars
pply to the Lady Hunerlor.
AVINtt qualined as administrator of
, the estate of Fran k Dunsan, deseased.
notice is hereby (ivea fur all parties narlt
elaims againatsaid estate to file same witn
ma i and all parties inaeoua to saia estate
will settle at once. Memphis, T.aa.,Jaa.
XI, im. ffril IiHNJ,R.lU4NCAN. Adm'r.
R. E. LEE.
II. t? AHI.F.R, !. T. FKABS
AMI IN, I 01 11 WASHES, CHI
t OTI'AUK oaUAN.
PIANO FOR IBO.-tpa
M'.'sf 1 ST.. MF.MPHIN
H. P. IIOWDKE.
and Itallroad Bnppllea,
Hetfj and Treaa.
No. :VUi R- (F)-Thanoery Court of Shelby
oooa ty Htate of Tinneas'e for use, etc,, vs.
W. ft. Hutlor et al.i and No. 1473, H.O.
CltfVMemphia v-. M. McNeill etal,
BV virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
sale, enteted In the above cause on th
11th d.iyn' Alav, Hsl, and r.newed Decem
ber IU.IW, M.li. W, Pae 471, 1 will sell, at
R utile auction, to the highest bidder, in
ont ol the Clerk and Master's oBlce, court
house ofSbalb. county, Memphis, Tenn., on
taius-st)-, JtVcbrnarr 90, 1N8,
within leral hours, the following- described
property, situated in Mamphis, bnel1), coun
ty, Tenn., to-witt lleRtnninc on the eaat
aide of the first allay sast ol Third street at
lis intersection a iih the south side of Jeffer
son istrect: theni-a cast w th south line of
Jefldraon str-et 1"'4 leet ; thance south W
feetnn alley; thonoe west, with north aid
of snVI alley l'''i Ici't to the first alley east
of TliViUtrret; thence with said alley IWi
fact t'C'lie beginning r'old as the iropeity
of P. tV alcjtb atd Martha Hod e.
Teriiia of riale Oa a credit of 7 months!
note w.Tn security: lien retained snd re
demption harreii. TV ia January 2ii 1vh.
S. fMrDOWKl.L, Clerk and 5faer. "
By .1. m tlruillry, Deputy Clerk A Master.
.1. W. Haaiipton,8vlicit4ir.
The ab sole tm'tponed toturday,
JOHN 61. IIIIAOI.KY, Deputy ricrk. .
i I'o a i.wva.
We hart) aVoIrl CfltialPav).
I and la errtf un
b u gi naialittrfci
Mr nil T t
, Olnolna.u.t "T3
DR. JL E. "KVLLIXGTON,
857 Main Mrrpl, Mennrhl", lst.
ATi-t 9 at TOUthftihrnnnideDi'ai
AAUiinar k-atm-tur I', TVQ1 WOtlllT,
A In a.in avtarr kuOWan
rvmodr. haw rt i neiswrnT - - o pla ot t'-ur
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