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Crosby's Dime Museum
224 Main St., Memphis.
E. CROSBY. Sole Proprietor
mm- FOB THIS WEEK SLY.
BOSE, the Wild
Girl f Yucatan.
-The Miracle Mooter
WI" EMMA LYNDON The Bird Queen
CAPT KISsELL The Zouave
LITTLE TOT .. The Child Pair.
OSMAN DAR0FF..... -.Circassian Chief
win. i ii n is... Ana nn uaaei.ua Uuadruped
THE 1RF..T AND ON' Y .AJAX
in 4t.uv a vunisuiK lu. of
Twelve Pantomime Artists in
THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH FOR
JEVBRIKH Til EATEB,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 4-5-6.
Amerioa's Representative Comedian,
JOHN T. RAYMOND !
AND HIS COMPANY.
Thursday and Friday Evenings and Satur
day Matinee. Mr. A. W. Pinero'a Com-
dv .THK MAUIhTRATE
Baturday flight. onl time of the political
. satire FOR CONURESS
arc h S-'I-IO J A N A U SC H K K .
March U-IMS-W. J. SCAN LAN.
jajAHlJl GBAS HALL!
Under the supervision of the oririnal
KMGlirS OF TilE A1TSTIC KKEW,
TllUDaY N1U1IT, MARCH , 1SS8.
The Committee of Arrangement! bay
PROF. ARNOLD'S ORCHESTRA,
Consisting of every white muaician in the
Wi!l be given ly the BIJOU CLUB, at the
Corner Fourth and Jefferson streets,
Monday Evening, March Slu,
Beat of Musio will be in attendance, and
gooi order preserved.
IISTERNS-Bullt and repaired and war-
raniea. inventor or the sanitary rort
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick-
layer. Telephone m. TH08. CHHH1NS.
MB. TREZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
LAW, .V; urine and Commercial Notary
ruunc, uommieaioner ot ueeua and u.w.
vvu lutr.iuijer, nL mn uiu uiuu.i no. o .tjnuj-
eon street. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
A . ifONE Wishing the services of Todd's
j-A- nana snoma apply at tavamikst.
COW AND CALF One muley cew and
cull"; color, red brindlo with white back
and boll v Return to 403 Second street and
ce rewarded. K. KECK.
Q WHITE COWS-One with rope around
u neaa. jo reward lor tru-ir return to ft.
i. CAKlua, near O'nrve, Herranrio roaj.
BROWN MARE MULE-About ten yean
old; longhair. Strayed on nitrht of Da-
comb-r 2otb, from Bcnjestnwn.
WHra tor tier return to w .
FURNISHED ROOMS-With or
hoard, at ll'J COD
TiUKiUSHED ROOMS Am.lv t
X 117 COURT ST.
LOOM Nicely furnished, on first, floor.
X V Apply 2d door on left side 12 Jefferson.
QTABLE Apply at 71, corner Fifth and
wreeniaw streets, tinelsca-
T300MS-Tbree, up-atairs, at SI Alabama
juaj atreet, Aiply on premisoa.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS-
AtlKi Court street.
"DOOMS Suite of two rooms, unfurnished.
XV or one furnished room; will board par
lies ii aopireu. vocation nest in tne city.
ramuy private. Address, witu reterence,
It. 1?.. Apneni oiiice.
ClUll AUf. Ul three roeiua at the toriui
' dui of Elmwood atroet car line. Apply
at jo union aireei.
BRICK HOUSE-Three atoriea, good rosi
dentw and store, or store an t boarding-
nonse, witn cistern, wntr works, gua, etc.
Apply on pramisea or 222 WBBhington street.
STORE AND RESIDENCE At Bond'a
Station, fifteen miles from Memphis, on
meii. ana n. n. it , a atere and neut resi
EDMUND OROILL, Bond's, Tcnn.
t lOTTAGE Three roomg, cistern, at 257
v ueorgia street. A'-p'y next room.
C'lOTTAOK-No. 414 Lau Icrdale, 7 rooms
J in food repair, good cistern; (25 per
montn. apply to wo.aH Main atroet.
C) -STORY IricV Residence, 8. W. corner
j econa ana Mcnange ett.; in nrst-clui
repair; eight rooms. Apply on premises.
Q BOOMS-En suite, Loe Block, third floor
J tront. Apply at Ko. 4 Madison at.
"TVESIRABLE OfPICES Stnra.rnnm nn.
XJ der Tennessee Club on South Court St.,
and four offices on Second street opposite the
uviwd axenangn. Apitiyto
R. B. KNOW DEN or
J. L. nOQPI.DK. M Mailison st.
ATllM.87.Fonir.or 5vefnrr !Km'. A N HONEST YOUNd MAN For a por
rant0eJ l0a'lA BndHttlrrrV;ltp!l?-''cery mar.ent poiit on, with an oldeatablihhed
-Pomnlrt. l at of honnnhold
furnituro. almost naw. at a h.'irnin to
oarh purchafer; must be soul at onro. Apply
) J. It. UAljU'YIfr. ;m Minn St.
TTOKSKS AND MULES A lot of Bno
J l norses ana mules, cheap, at
W. WEI.L.MAN'S Stable. V4 Main St.
LOTS 37 and 33 Peyton subdivision, north
Bide Greenlnw strce', for snle cheap for
cbpu. rtpMy to i. i3. inmou, am pecond st.
PLANTATION One of the most highly
improved and richest planutiona in
Phillips county, Ark , on railroad, miles
west of lle ona; StiO acres of hi(h table land,
275 aeroa cultivated, will he sold with a large
amount persmally. For tcrma apply to
or A. J. MARTIN, 289 Main at.
ALUABLB PROPERTY-Two valuable
nieces of nrnnartv fnr ..1. IW. mil 1A1
rontotoe atreet attended. Apply to Kov. J.
. Knott, corner of Marley avenue an t the
New Raleigh read. This property will be
A PAYING GERMAN BOARDING.
Xl HOUSE at Helena, Ark. The reason
for aelltna. other interests rannira hi. .tiAn
tion. For further reference call or write to
n. unujN cit, ue'ena, Ark.
TTINE PAYING HOTEL BUSINESS-Sit-
-i uated In one or the liveat towns in the
Boutn. ioei a business or over liuuo per
month. Bar ean be added to tho business.
ii uesirei. r or terms, autiresa
J. B. M., Box 1U2, Meridian, Miss.
TirULES Some first-class mn'es for sole.
J-JL ioaaireofUADDEN 41
before purchasing elsewhere
S?KCl Ann BONDS FOR SALK-Th i
tQyy.?yyjyJ Bank will sell at PUBLIC
AUUiiUM.to the nigbe't bidder, for cash,
at southweet corner of Main and Madison
streets, on Wednesday, March 10, IH8tj, at 12
m., S" many ot Ml.WO Pioneer Mill Mort
gage Bonds and paat-due Coupons as may ba
necersary a fitj tne aebt tor which they are
f ledged. These Bonds are due Nove'i ber 1.
W'4, and are tn denominations of $5(X) and
$IUK, and have semi-annual coupons at-
lacueu. at tne rate ot b per cent, per annum.
UMON AND PLANTERS BANK.
A T NEWPORT NEWS, VA.-1000 lota, 500
j- mi r iro t, t teet ueep. ror lull
inioruiHiion auaresa VIM. A.
47 Lexington street. Baltimore. Md.
HEAD MULES AND HORSES-For
easu. or navabia Kai,ttni,Ae ikmi;.
witu kuvu eecurtiy.
P. M. PATTEBSQW ' CO.
A BARGAIN-VILLA EDEN FRUIT
-t-J- ASK vrJUtl'ABLK FARM-On New
Knlcigh P ke. yi miles frrm Brick Church,
Cheltea; 9 acres No. 1 land, house 0 rooms,
servants houres, atablea, barns, criba, dairy
Douse, wcu ana cistern: also, auu buaaela
corn. My and fodder, aoed potatoes, turnips.
asparagua neaa, not rjeua ana sah. agricul
tural inplements, household and kitchen
furniture, cows, calves, horses, mules,
wagons sua narnesa. App'y on premises.
J. T. BKMUN.
HORSE-A safe, reliable family buggy
hoise one well known to the eitiiens
of Memphis. Apply at the livery stable of
F. A. JONES i CO.
rput OLD HEN ISLAND In sight of
1 Memphis; 1"00 acres, of which about W0
cleared and very ncn lana. A bargain can
be secured by appiioation to .
0. B. BRYAN & CO.
TENNESSEE STATE CERTIFICATES
Ke Asivakla nr and all diiaa to the
Thil powder never Turiei. A marvel oi
purity, strength and wholtsomenese. More
eoonomicaJ than the ordinar; kinds, and
cannot be aold in competition wi.h the
multitude ol low teat, short weight nlnir or
Phosphate powders. iHUd only Meant. Holil
Jin ll IK) PnwPRR Co.. W"i Wall St.. New Vrrk
AlllOLLIE AUCTION SALE.
Frecch Olio, Oil Palatini;,
33 Union Street,
Each Day TbUWeek at 1 1 and 3 o'cl'k
Now on exhibition. Don't fail to aea
ftnle Wlthont Reserve.
Ladles Specially Invited
A. M. RTODDABD. Auctioneer.
FOR MALE Oil KENT.
I PARMS Several Ine farms in Arkansas
1 and Mississippi on verv easv terms and
low prices. Adoresa
n.j. siAHTiM, Mampnts. Tenn.
KOOMS AMI BOAR l.
ROuM Desirable furnished room,
board, at 72 Madison aire1 1.
BOARD-With excellent room,
124 ADAMS STRKET.
fc? NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurniiihad
t) with or without, board, at 137 Madison at.
rTlViO large unturnifhed rooms, with or
J. witneut board, at VJ juadison street, cor
11 cr iuiiu,
CJT. JAMES UOUfcE-
-Cor. Second and Ad.
Koum and board a, iter n.k
CITUATION-In a wall-paper and window
KJ shade atore aa salesinao. naior or shada
nanger, ny a young man woo understands
the business thoroughly. Address C , Appeal
BOARD AXD ROOM-Byayoung man in
private family twenty minutej' walk
J&xcnanpet rerercnoe riven.
U, 1., Appeal ollice.
TV) BUY FOR CAS1I-A small place close
J- to city ot f'Om ten to tlnrtv acras: mint
be very cheap,, Address, with price and lo
cation, f, j..
care letter-carrier t-o. 2.
KUD OF LIOUT WORK By
-a. willing msn
II. u., ri c"l ottice.
A SOUTHERN LADY To associate her
self with a resnon ihle house and run-
resent it in her own locality, (tood salary
to right party. Pusition perinment. Refer
ences exchanged. GAY i BllOTUEKS, 16
xarciiiy street, iNew lorg.
CI O0D NURSE-Apply at
T APPEAL OFFICE.
Weat Memphis Hotel, Ark.
CITUATION-By a etranger in the cityi
O traveling salesman accepted; hot of rnf-
erence given. Address I. U.S., 72 Madison,
UTILLINER AND SALESLADY - Bv i
1VX drv iroods and millinery merchant near
.Memphis. Apply at Woman a hxchange.
QITUATION As hoosekeeper or governosa
U lor sma.l children, bv a widow: no obieo
tion to the oountrv. Address
M. J., care .12 I nton at.. Memphis, Tcnn.
SIX GOOD STAVE MEN By
Tunica, Miss.. L,, N.O. AT.R. R.
"llTfllTE WOMAN-To do general house-
T t work tn family ot two persona; none
but a good coek need applyt a permanent
inuntiuu lur iuo rignv jiartv. noixtit
r OOD, ENERGETIC MEN and WOMEN,
T to f20 nar wm k lellinir M Uuart'a
book, "Field, Fort and Fleet," or the Illus
trated Edition of "The Household." 7S col
ored illustrntlons DKThOII FREE PRESS
rUBLlsuiNlt 00., Detroit, Mich.
OITUATION-Bv a vouni man who h:ia
KJ uad expern nee in grocery business: good
reierenoe given. Address
w. w. w., Appeal office.
firm, as their renrasentive. in hit own State
alary to bejtin, S7(l ner month. References
exartcd. AM. .MA N UFAUlUKiAU HOUSE,
n ijaroiay Ffcet, IN. I
A0ENT8 For Mn. Campbell's
inter a li tor. sn, innn.
aairt mid underskirt combined, iloopa can
bo remorod and sktf t laiindried. Adjusta.
ble to any size. a. y fncliionable, and soils
for 82 to every well-dressed ladv as toon aa
Shown. Aeents double their monav. Also.
a full line of new furnishing gooda for ladies
and children. Andres.i, witn s'nmp.
E. 11. CAMI'JJBLli i CO .
484 West Randolph St., Chicago, 1 1 L
STUDENTS To learn tclegrapt-y, at Tele
graph School, cor. Main and Poplar ats.
EXPERIENCED AGENTS And corre
spondents for new business. . Positions
permanent. Salary or commission. Write
ATlOKAli KWaUMlST.CticwitO, III-
LADIES AND YOUNG MEN-Uaving a
few hours spare time each day, and wish
ing to earn money, can have work at their
homes in; an entirely new busineas, atrictly
honorable and genuine in evervresneot. The
rules are simple and work easily dona. We
turntsn all matermis and send them carnage
prepaid. We give constant emnlovment to
those who wish it. Good prices paid for
work. No eanvaasingor peddling. Address
at once for particular., PURITY MANU
FACTURING CO., 12 Howard street, Boa
BOARD-By two respectable young men
in a rtrivata f.milv. within flv. n ,ri
of the Milburn Works; references given.
Address A. B. C.Milburn O n and M. Co.
SITUATIOM-As manager or a stock or
Cotton farm: twentv vaars' avnerienca.
satisfactory reference. Aciilres. II., care
Union btock-rardand heriilirer Co., corner
McLemore avenue and Horn Like road.
AGENTS For tho beet article ever pro
duced; costly outfit free; no peddling
and no money required until sales are made
and gooda delivered. For particulars and
terms address N. M. Friedman A Co., Mar
for two !
In everv section of tha conntr
for two New Books, just ready. SrmtAL
Tubus to men of experience capable of fill
Ing a large territory. Stuto experience, age
and territory wanted. UASSELL & CO.
(limited), 822 Broadway, N. Y., and 40 Dear
born atreet, Chicago.
(J AliKSMEN In everv State in the o ion
O toronresatt a PAIVT M 4 N 1 1 V A PTTi R-
ING ESTABLISUMENT having aeveml
SPKCIALTIES thatara nnnulur and ir sail
ing. Cati be handled alone or in connection
with other tao.ls. Addre'sTHE WM. B.
PRICE MANL'KG. CO., BALTIMORE. MD.
11 Aina loung ana old, to bring
1UUW their Old Clothes to Rosen stein X
Bro. and have them
renovated. 23s Main
ind 1h .leffe-.on.
Sweet Pickles, Etc.
N(nnt Frail Pickled Oranges.
HlnlTed fruit Pickled fnrambers,
itntTed Frail Pickled Peppers,
ntniTed Frail Pickled Mangoes,
Mixed Sweet Pleklra,
Croaw A Rlnrkwell'a (.'How-Chow and
Mixed Pick lea.
Plain Cnenmber Pickles by he stall.
Other brand of Plain and Mixed
Pirklea In Ulnem and Olivee.
J. F. BUCKIIAP.I fc CO.
lorner Second and lieale Ms.
THE DECLINE N COAL.
THE PRICE LIKELY TO BE EVEN
The Cane Ltrpelj Due to the Use
of Natural Gas The Quan
"To whit do yon tttribnte the' (io
dine in the price of coat?" queried an
Appeal man yesterday ol Mr. C. B.
"The chief catue ia undoubtedly the
revolution which has recently been
made in the character of fuel need in
the minufacteriea at Pittubura;," Mr.
Bryan replied. "Nstuial gas ia cut
ting an extensive figure. It is cheap
er, cleaner and equally aa effective,
Pittsburg csn no longer lay claim to
the rooty reputation of being the dirti
est city in the United States, but must
yield the pa'm to Cincinnati. The
cloud of smoke which has hung like a
pall over the city for se many years
lias been lifted, and Pittsburg is even
cleaner than Meniphip, which, by the
way, ia fust becoming, thinks to soft
coal, very much begtimed."
''The grade cf ronl we know as
'Pittsburg baa been uerd exclusively
in the raauufu toiieg tf that city, hm
"Yts; and natural pus, by which it
has been supplemented, is brought in
some cases foity or fifty miles in pipes.
The number of bushels consumed
reached 1,000,000 a day, and a matket
f ir that mutt now be found elsewhere.
While it may seem at first blush to be
a stra'l quantity in comparison to the
whole amount consumed, it reaches
to a consideiable dignity when it is
stated that Memphis consumes but
4,500,000 bushels a year. The price,
40 cents a barrel, is now lower than it
hai ever been in Memphis, except a
very brief perio.1, when it ran down
to 35 cents, and the end is not yet.
The indications are that it will go low
"Is the price of anthracite effected
by Pittsburg coal ?"
'No. The consumers are of a differ
ent class. Those who burn bard coa',
in this patt cf the country at least,
would continue to do so if it ran up
to a ton. Nearly all the new
houses which are being built here
now are constructed with especial
view to the ubb of anthracite. The
bate burning stove, In which it is ec
sontial, gives an even, sun-like heat,
and is free from the eoot and ashes
which fly from tie open grata on
which to.'t ccal is burned."
' Are your sales of anthracite any
greater now than they have boon,"
' Much larger. There are weeks
now when we sell aa much of it us we
fjrmeily sold in a year."
THE VTI PKMMH IS WORK
Death of J. Hf. Klnsr-nrellna at Ml
lie Rock-Rate on 'rnlt
The change of gauss of all the rail
loids in the South ou the lot of June
next, which was decided upon at
meeting at Atlanta, an account of
which was given at the time, will be a
stupeniiuous undertaking. The South
em gauge has for runny years patt
oeen a source ot expense una incon
ven ence to all the railroads touth of
the Ohio and Potomac rivers, and
while the advantages of a uniform
gauge have long been eeen its adop
tion has now come t be an imnpia
tivo necessity. When the change has
been accomplished all the important
railioals in the United ttitea will cor
respond sufficiently in gauge to have
the running tear throughout the coun
try alike and trantifcrabie in every
Nearly 13.003 miles cf railroad will
be changed t9) the uniform gauge in
side of about twelve hours and without
interruption in the running of anv of
the important trains even on the day
mat toe change takes place. The
change of gauge will take place on
almost every railroad south of the Ohio
and Potonmc rivers, extanding over
13,128 miles of railway, nwie upas
follows: bouta uaroltre, liM miles
North Caroline Db'0: Georgia. 2413
Florida, lioO; Alabama, 18 13 ; Missis
sippi, t ib; Lioutsianu, 6Vi; Kentucky,
ins; lunnewee, isio, and Virginia,
981 miles. The changing of the gauge
of tho trcck from five fdet to four fet
nine inches will be done by moving
one rail in three inches without dis
turbiug the o!hor mil at a'l.
Kansas Illy and hi. I.onls.
The proposed Kancns City and St.
Louis Short line would net only be a
hieesing to bt. Louis and Kansas City,
but particularly u the countiea
through which it would pass. These
counties are Jackson. Lafayette, Sa
line, Howard, Boone, Callaway, Mont
gomery, Warren, ct. Uca'lea and St.
Louie, and the citizsns are all taking
a great interest in the scheme. Meet
ings have been held in several of the
counties to further the interests of the
road, and a great many wealthy men
are taking an active interest in its con
Btruction. We will hold a meeting to
the same end at Columbia on next
Tuesday, the 8th instant. The idea is
to secure subscriptions ol f .000 per
mile along the proposed route, and
there is little doubt bat it can be
done. It would be twenty five miles
shorter than any other line running
from St. Louis to Kansas City, and be
ing altogether a Missouri road there
would be no Chicago discrimination.
Bnddea Dentil of 1. M. Kins.
J. M. King, train dispatcher of the
Louisville and Nashville railroad, died
suddenly at his boarding house, on
Market street, yesterday morning, tie
was taken ill the night beiore with
colic and suffered a great deal, but the
physician who was called in left him
at daylight under the impression that
he would soon recover. At 8 o'clock
be was suddenly seized with conges
tion and died in great agony in a few
moments. He was about twenty-four
years of age and a splendid young fel-
ow. His parents reside at Allentown.
Kv., where his body will be taken to
day, accompanied by two or three of
the many warm lrietms he made dur
ing hjs reeidwnce in Memphis.
Tack-IIammer Wells is getting np a
cheap excursion to New Orleans, by
way ot Holly Springe, for the 18ih of
this ie oath.
The question of fruit retes fo: the
coming season, which agitated the
convention held at Humboldt yester
day, is being discussed all over the
As the season draws near there is
deep intereet felt regarding freight
rates on fruit this year. There is a de
termination among growers to cease
shipping by express as long as such
extortionate rates are charged. A
Chattanooga Timtt reporter yesterday
taw Mr. A. 8. Glover, Chairman of
the Transportation Committee of the
Fruit Growers' Association, and ques
tioned him concerning the prrtpects
of ratea this season, lie stattd that
from present ind cations the fruit
would be shipped by the Nafhville
and Chattanooga railroad, on a fast
fruit or special train to Cincicnsti and
Chicago. General Manager Tbomas
and General Freight Agent Knox, of
that line, have piomifed the growers
the best time and the lowest rates
possible. A meeting of the growers
will be held to-morrow, when it is ex
pected the Naabvillj roai will submit
their iaes, etc.
The Q'teen and Crescent people
have alio been approached on the
question of rate, but owing to the
fact that they are paid 60 cents ,'per
hundred by the express company for
hauling the fruit, they leave no desire
to bid for the busineee.
Maae-Meeilnsr at Little Rock.
Littli Rock, Ark., March 5. At a
large meeting of business men to-day
at the Cotton Exchange, rent Int one
indorsing hilts now in Congress; grant
ing right of way to the Vullev, 8t.
Louis and San Fiancisxo railroad
through the Indian Territory, and
nrgirg Arkansas Senators and Repre
sentatives to favor the measures, were
THE THIRD GAS COMPANY.
Iqnllable Patent a 4'taeap
ener. A gentl?man whoee name 1 ;n been
prominently associated wMi the third
gas lompauy, row forming, wus ques
tioned ymterdiy by en Aitxal r-
Eorter as to the iuo iva tnat prompted
im and his gstocifttes to go into the
gas business. He was frank enough
to reply that the motive was t make
money, and thet they relied for suc
cess upon the ownership of the right
to introduce into Memphis a cert tin
patent known as the Equitable patent
which he alleged had revolutionised
the gas industry in New York, Albany,
Detroit, Chicago, Baltimore and Stn
Francisco. The pries lad for tie
right to Memphis was very large, but
it is considered by the purchasers
cheap in view of what is claimed for
it, which is that under its operation
gfB can be fnrniahed of twice the
initiating power now nsual at half tLe
present cott. In support cf this claim
the gentlerrni interviewed furnished
the reporter with an extract from
the New York Sun of February 8th,
of which the following is a corj' : "Ten
years ago the New York public paid
an average of 12 60 for 15 candle gas.
while it pays now an average of il OH
f ir a 25-iaidle and in the case cf the
Equitable company for a 32 -candle gas.
Now, if it be taken lull conaideiaion
tl a, a 30 candle power gas gives not
twice as much light an a gs of 1 5-cnii-die
power, but nearly f iur times as
much, the New Yorker cf to day gets
about four ti tries as much illuminating
power for $1 75 as he did ten years ago
for $2 60, and should not grumble if
the companies supplying hira with
the commodity makes a lair pi oli ton
a large capital invested by them, and
constantly subjected to the fiercest
tub igrjiTauLE patents.
As a matter of course, it was the
competition between new ando'd pro
cesses of manufacturing gas that im
proved its quality end brought down
both the ccst of its production and the
price paid by the consumer. The
Equiiahla Gas Company wai the
lender of this movement. By mea s
of the cheapened and improved gne
producing piocess, of which itisthn
patentee for the whole of the I'niUd
Statc-H, it was put in a position to fight
the old companies in every cily in the
Union. Although yet in iti infancy,
the concern hai derived largs proll:s
from the New York company, and s
engaged in a fiorce contest with the
o'd companies of Baltiu ore ard Chi
cago. It hai begun work in Albany,
Detroit and San Frnociteo, and in
negotiating for charters at Newark,
Washington, Boston, Cincinnati and
Syracuse. The names of tho capital
intts interested in the young concern
are alone sufficient to guaran
tee a success to the enterprise. Men
l:ke E. C. Benedict, J. 1). Vermilye,
John Slome, Eugene Kelly, S. vV.
Iloocock, It. M. O. Grat amJ O. M.
Fry, president of the Bank of New
York, and a score of their friends, do
not go into an enterprise unless there
ia a chance of making big money. The
chances here are based upon two or
three cardinal points, the lirst is
that after water, g-.s is tho mott im
portant commodity of ewry ciynizsd
Battlement, be it a villate or a metrop
olis. The second is that out of several
hnndred gas companies exittiDg in
this country there art only three petty
ones that have ever "busted," and the
third (as to the Equila'dn exclusively )
ia that it sells its ptttont to any city,
either for cash or for bonds and stocks,
and handles the seen rites. In thin
way wo arn likely to Hee some day gs
stocks of Kalarxaioo handled in Wall
street aa freely ns the Consolidated
gas, tho Ntw York Equitible, ihe
CbPFapeake, or any ether.
ritblic Vpmum ot L-onuon has uen
looking inio the subject of gas in this
country, and finds the average price
paid here f jr the illnminant to be
about 7s 6d (CI 87) per 1000 feet.
This, says our worthy contemporary.
ill partly explain the wonderful
business in electric lighting which Ib
carried on in the States, "the gas there
being from two to three times as costly
rs in ureat eruain,"
THE CHRISTIAN CUURCII.
Reception Olven lo lis Hew Pastor,
ine sac, j. sj. urinejr.
The parlors of the Christian church
were tax ;d to their fullest capacity
last evening when a reception was
tendered to their new pat tor, the Rev.
J. B. Briney, by the congregation.
Nearly all of the prominent members
of the church were present, besides
several leading citizens not members.
Mr. Briney was given a cordial wel
come to Memphis, and a feeling of
good fellowship established which will
be ol tbe greatest aid to the minister
in the work he has nndertiken. Ke
freshrasnts in the greatest abundance
were royally served, and the company
was charmed with delightful music
by Miss Marie H'tzfeld. Mr. Harry
Hunter and Mrs. Jke Peters.
The affair on the whole was
one of the most delightful of tbe kind
which the Christian Church, noted tor
its congeniality and brotherly feeling,
has ever known ond admirably served
its purpose the introduction of the
Kev. Mr. Briney. Armed with a ripe
experience, with a rich, sonorous
voice, a commanding fi.ure and a face
on wnich the noblest sentiments are
reflected. Mr. Briney bids fair to keep
np the high standard which the Chris
tian Church takes to much pride in
preserving in its pulpit, lie was born
n Nelson county, Ky., in 183!), re
ceiving his education in Eminence
College, which be left for the ministry
in 18 j7. He was pat-tor ot chnrches in
Winchester, Maysville and Covington
for thirteen years, and wa" State Evan
gelist for two years. For etgbtaen
months prior to coming te Memphis
he was a general evanuelut, his field
covering the States of New York, Illi
nois, Kentucky, Tennessee and Mis-
MARCH C, 18S6.
mm B DROVES.
C0KBI(JA'S ESTIRE STItlX, TO
BE STABLED HERE.
Chat With Col. Xottgomery A bunt
tbe Sprlos; Xeetisg-Coodiliun
of Ihe Track.
A cloud of tobacco smoke poured
out into the hallway when the Aei giL
m an opened the door of President Had
den's raoctam yesterday evening and
looked in upon the tbreechoicespirits
who compose tbe Polire and Fire
Commission. "Come in I" cried Capt,
Lee, whose fa"e was dimly visible
through ihe cloud of smoke. "Me
have just taken tip tbe deposit ques
tion where we left it off at tbe Council
Aa iojd aa there wai a full stop in
the argument Col. Montgomery, with
his face as grave as he can make a
countenance so genial, said: '-There
is another question concerning the
growth of tbe city in which I suppose
you feel quite as much interest as in
the matter of a city bank. 1 refer to
"Spring meeting cf the New Mem
phis Jockey Club, cf course."
"Precisely. I counted on a big
thing, but it is growing out of all pro-
Kortiun. It seems to me that all the
oreea in the country are oming. We
received a letter this mornirg fo:n
Cjrrignn myiug that he had Uecided
to bring his eLtire stabl to Memphis,
though he had entered most of the
young ones At Lexington, if we could
give him stable-rojm. 1 telegraphed
him to bring them and we would tin'
accommodation'. I was out at the
track this mom ng and Green Mortis'
bowed me a t eh gram from Harrigan,
at Latonia, saying that the track there
was in fearful shape, and that if
h'S ftriog of thirteen could
be stabled here he would bring them
at once. Morris tslegraphed him tj
tome aneal and bring all hin friends.
Our tiu-'k is in superb condition. A
dressing c f rich eirth Las been put on
if, end several of the horses were ex
ercising this morning without shoes
a thing which would not ba pssihlo
on auy other track in the country.
One of the trainers called my atten
tion to it this morning, picking op tho
hind foM of one of his hor-es when i
came in ficm exetcise, to thow
me how clean the hocf was.
He said he never eaw any
th'ng like it before. Tnere
were not less then fifty horses on the
t'a'ik at one time thismornirg. Morris
was training Favor, ilersan a id Free
man, alengih apait, ugHinst time, arid
there was Kdilor dsshing around like
a greyhound, and dozens of others, all
in fine shape. Favor is going to the
front this yeHr. He was never in tlner
form," added the Co'onel, who always
grows eDthus'n t c when that superb
racer is mentioned. He banked on
him last year, and though his failures
keenly disappointed him, his faith is
"The club-house," Col. Montgomery
went on to say, "is nearly finished. It
is about ICO feet from the track, and a
superb view of the entire track ran be
obtained f om the halcouy. We are
preparing for the biggest meeting ever
held in the United States."
LECTIJHK ON ST. VAI L.
4 AMOi:'N I.I.Ol i: I MM. M M
at ntsiiMC Ticm-i.i:.
Hrllllant feathering; llellahled
With the FITurt oflho Ulrted
By invitation of the Masonic fruter
nity, Mr. James Garden, the well
known actor, at present a member of
Madame Janansrhek's company, lec
tured last night at the Masonic Tem
ple to a large, reliued and critical au
dience of ladies and geiitleineu, com
posed of the beat elements of Mem
phis society, embracing representa
tives of all tbe learned professions, in
cluding tho clergy, Madame Janxu
schek and ber ugen!, Mr. Simmouds,
occupied prominent places near the
platform. At 8 o'clock sharp Mr.
Henry Lynn advanced to the front
of the platform, and after a few hep
pily woul ad remarks of introduction
by the latter gentlemen, Mr. Garden
gracefully bowed his audience and an-
iiounc.dhis BUt'jct, rs. l ain." Mr.
Cmleu is apparently about forty-two
years rf age, of potlly build and gifted
With a lull, clear and penetrating
voice, r.hicb ho usea with tiled ami
skill. Ilia lecture was a series of
word-phHiiu-s descriptive of tho ca
reer of Paul, interspersed with selec
tions from Scripture, tLat Mr, Cardeu
recited with flue diamatic ef
fect. Tho stibjjct mutter of
Mr. Carden'a kcturo proves him to
be a clo:o student, a caitful thinker,
and an ek quent writer. Among other
glowiLgly-svorded paaeswita which
the lec ure abounds, the frllowiug is
s-lected at random:
The genuine heroism of St. Paul is
displayed in the three apostolic jour
neys, of which we have so interesting
a record in tbe Acts. The age in
which he lived during these mission
ary peregrinations as ona of the most
remarkable in human experi
ence. Imperial Rome was mis
tress of the world, and all
the great wonders of art from the
Acropolis of Athens to tbe Coliseum
of tbe city of Komolus were in perfect
condition. The dreamy beauty of the
Parthenon still attracted the votaries
of Minerva, while Diana had her
shapely marble shrine (one o! the
wonders of the world) at Kphesus, in
Asia Minor. Capltoline Jove was yet
the thenderer of Olympus, and Venus
had not quitted her Paphian or
Italian retrta'a; tbe world gloried and
exulted in those idealizations of hu
man pawione, which scon led to the
grossest idolatry, the basest sensuality,
and the perpetration of the most hei
nous crimes. A terrible military des
potism maintained subjection if not
order with an iron baud. Tbe very
atmosphere of great cities was satur
ated with vice and corruption, and
three of the greatest human monsters
that ever lived the Cieiars: Tiberius,
Caligula and Nero, ruled over the des
tinies of the empire."
The lecture abounded in resounding
periods, of which the anove is a speci
men. Mr. Carden is an elocutionist
of unusual power and skill, and it can
be imagined with what thrilling
power the glowing language of Paul,
notably that composing chanter xiii,
Corinthians, beginning with ' Though
I speak witT. the tongues of men and
of angels, and have no, charity, I am
become as sounding brass and tinkling
rymbal," which was delivered by Mr.
Carden with a fervor and power and
beauty of expression that held the au
dience spellbound. At the conclusion
of Mr. Garden's lecture be was en
tbus'astlcally applauded, and many of
the audience came up to him, both
lad es and gentlemen, and expressed
their great pleasure at having been
permitted to enjoy the intellectual
treat set before them.
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