MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALTUESDAY, MARCH 0, lSSG
J4EtDIlIK,? Til EATB.
TO-NIGHT MATINEE WEDNESDAY
Supported by a Superb Compter
Tuesday BLEAK iWrsK
Wednesday Matine. MOTHER A .NO bON
Thursday. Friday and Saturday, March, 11,
U, 1.1, 1'ltiiM Saturday,
la two sew
playf SH.AMt-KA-l.AWa and
Jt;l BRI1' Til CATER.
Cerumeaclng Honda', March 15th,
Id a Brilliant Repertoire.
Monday and Tuesday evenings aad 6aturday
"An Unequal Match."
Wednefday and Thartday evenings,
I'ygniallon -nd tblalatea.
Friday and Saturday awnings. .
" Ibe sjoimlry Cllr!'
The sale of mmUs begins at Mullord's Fri
day, March 12th, at 9 o'clock a.m. Partial
at a distance can secure aaata by telephone,
mail or telegram.
Crosby's Dime Museum
224 Main St., Memphis.
W. E. CROSBY. Sola Propriator
Week Caaameaclnaj Harris stta.
THE THRKE-LKGGED MAN. TUE MAID
OF MADAGASCAR, THK 6MALLEST
MARRIED COUPLE, THE LEOPARD
BOV, THE ARMLESS MAN, and other
IK THE BIJOU TflEATEB.
And a Grand Olio of Fan and Fancy.
ONE IME A3 USUAL-
jtARbl ilHAsJ B41X!
Under tha supervision of tha original
KXHiHTS OF THE MYSTIC KBEVf,
TUESDAY NIGHT, MARCH 9, 1SS8.
Tha Committee of Arraniamenti bar
PROF. ARNOLD'S ORCHESTRA,
Coaaiating of every white musician in tha
M AK Bal l.. Tb're will b a GRAND
MAt-UUhltAUN isn. given D' me
M. Z. G. Guards, TnaajrJil:tal,Mri-ii
ta (M.rdi Graa Nighi), in the POLL
BEARER'S HALL, cor. Second and Waiu
ingtonete. Admise on, 25 cents No weap
on! will be allowed, nor atrong drink.
M. G. JONKS. General Mannircr.
2WUITB COWS One with rope around ZTT ,..,,, T TTT
head. V, reward for thMr return to K. rpo ADVANCE MONEA-0n houeehold
B. BARTON, near Curve. Uerrando roal. A. property, without leufova. q
BROWN MARE MULE About ten jeara "Vt.irT.mD nmr.L-Mi.-ii' i'jj!... "
old: longhair, titrayed on night of 1. TTKGhTABLE OARlr.NtR-Addrw
oemb-r 25th, from Benioau wn. Liberal re- Ji 0. P., Appeal oHice.
ward orb-rMturn to W. V. KELLY. TVERYBODY-To call and aee the cele-
.,... ' J Li bratedGypay Clairvoyant, at In Third
t OH KKWT. atreet. near Poplar. .
BRICK llOUSE-Thre atoriea, good reai- Kfi GOOD STAVE-MAKERS Apply per-
den and atore, or atore an :t boarding- O aonally or by letter to
honae, with eistern, wat-r worka, gaj, etc. G. W. LKaRNAKD. Arkanaaa rlty. Ark.
Apply on promi-M or 22 Waahinginn atreet. Q KNT8To tritory for u, Kille-
KO0M Ono large, handaomely furniahed A brew Uame Fatjner. Addresa
front room, aou' horn expoaure, in pri- BOX 'Ai, BrownBTil'e, Tcnn.
;atafairi)y. 114Jadisonjtr.t. QTUDENTS To iearn telegraphy, atTele
KOOMS Two furniehed ronma, tultable D graph School, cor. Main and Poplar ats.
Call a"tr44 North Courratreot81"'"" tWm'' OTTAGE To rent a cottage or part of a
Call at 44 .North Court atreot. li boaf. with .den, in auburba or coun-
"IiH RNISHED ROOMS-Anply at
J1 ;i: court ST.
ROOMS Huite of tworooiua, unfurniBbed.
or one furnished room; will board par
tial if deaired. Location best in the city.
Family private. Addrcse, with reference,
H. C.. Appeal nllice.
(COTTAGE-Of three roema at the teruit
J nua of Elmwood atroe: :ar line. Appiy
at 36 Union atreot.
STORE AND RESIDENCE At Bond'a
Station, fiftuon mile? fri-m Memphia, on
tbeL. and N. R. R ,a atre and neat resi
EDMUND OROILI, Bond'a, Tenn
10TTAGE Thrae rot ma. cietern. at 257
Georgia atreet. A' p'y next room.
COTIAGE-No. 414 LauJerdale, 7 rooma
in rood repair, good ciatern; 125 per
month. Apply to No. 'tm Main atreet.
2 -STORY I rick Reaidenee, 6. W. corner
Second and Exchange rta. i in Irat-claai
repair; eight rooma. Apply on premiaea.
ROOMS En lulta, Lee Block, third floor
fronts Apply at No. Madlaon at.
DESIRABLE 0FP1CE S Store-room un
der Tenneaaee Club en South Court at.,
aad four ofhoea on Seoond atreet oppoeite tha
CoiUin Exchange. Apply to
h. B. SNOW DEN or
j JL. ftOODLOE. Madlann at.
NICK COTTAGE Six rooma, out-build-inga,
etc, cood neighborhood. Part
ca-h, balance 0" li'Do. On paved atreet.
Addreaa II. W., care Appeal office.
HOUSE The two-atory frame honae 111
Court at. ; must be moved ofi" the lot or
torn down by April lat. Apply to
M. 11. BALDWIN, Aruhite -WHO Second at.
MULES Pour or live ne, lorre mules,
guaranteed sound nod all right In eery
TjiURNITURE- Comi Itti aet of hooaehold
y) furniture almost now, at a bargain to
cajth purchaacr: must he sr li at once. Apply
Xa .1. K. BALDWIN'. 2S4 Main 8'.
HORSES AND MULI.S-A lot of Bne
horses and uiulos. cheap, at
W. WELLMANV t..Ue, 1 Main t.
IOTS S7 and :w Peytoi subdiviaion, north
J aide Greenlaw sfrcr. lor anle cheap for
cash. ApplytoT. D. M't'llU, 310 Second at.
PLANTATION One .f the most highly
improved and riohrat plantations in
Phillips county. Ark , on railroad, 9 miles
west of lie'ena; SliO acrea of high tableland,
276 acrea cultivated, will tie aold with a large
amount of persnalty. Tor terms apply to
or A. J. MARTIN. 289 Main at.
VALUABLE PROPERTY-Two valurble
piecea ef property for Bale 452 and 464
Pontotoo street attended. Apply to Rev. J.
W. Knott, corner of Murky avenue and the
New Raleigh road. Tbi6 iroperty will be
A PAYING GERMAN BOARDING
HOUSE at Helena, Ark. The reaaon
for aelling, other interest? require his atten
tion. For further referee -e call or write to
H. BRUNER, He'ena, Ark.
TPINB PAYING HOTEL BUSINESS-Sit-L'
uated in one of the Jr.ast towns in the
fcoutb. Doea a buaineas of over 11000 per
month. Bar can be added to the buaineaa,
if desired. For to' ins, adjress
' J. g. M.i Box 10., Mondial, Mias.
MULES Somo flrat-rasf moles for tale.
Inquire of 1IADDEN FARRINGTON
before purchasing elsewhere.
SKCi finn BOND? FOR SALE Th's
'JU,UUU Ban It will sell at PUBLIC
AUCTION, to tha high-ar bidder, for cah,
at southwest eorner of Main and Madison
atreets, on Wednesday, March 10, 1H86, at 12
m., s many ot . 0.CXJI P.r neer Mill Mort
gage Bonds and pait-due f.oupons aa may be
necessary to pay tbe debt for which they are
pledged. These Bonds are due Novel ber 1.
lt, and are in oenoiu.Lations of (fiOO and
flOOH, and have tieini-t.nsual coupons at
tached, at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum,
f UNION AN1 PLANTERS BANK.
AT NEWPORT NEWS, VA.-1000 lota, 500
feet water fro t, 4C feet deep. For full
iatormation addresa WM. A. DEAN,
47 Lexington street, Baltimore, Md,
Qpf HEAD MULES AND HORSES- For
JJ'J cash, or payable September 15, 1886,
with good security.
. P. K. PATTERSON ' CO.
BARGAIN VILLA EDEN FRUIT
AND VEGETABLE FARM On New
Ilaleigh Pike, IS miles from Brick Church,
Chelsea; 9 acres No. 1 land, house 0 rooma,
servants' houses, stables, barns, cribs, dairy
bouse, well and eiatern : also, 300 bushels
corn, bay and fodder, seed potatoes, turnips,
asparagus bed, hot beds and eash, agricul
tural implement, household and kitchen
furniture, cows, oalve', horses, mules,
wagons and harness. Apply on premises.
.1. 1. DbtVLill.
HORSE A sale, rel.nl le family buggy
hotee one well known to the citiiena
ot .usmpais. Appiy .i tne livery suioie oi
F. A. JUNES A CO.
rpUK OLD 11 EN ISLAND In sight of
J. Memphis; YM acres, of which about 3U0
cleared and very rich land. A bargain can
b secured by application to
c. B. BRYAN A CO.
rpa.NMSrtSKK tilAIK CJSHTlFlCATKo-
Ra aoiri "" and all dnea to tha
tat. CV2RTCN k bKOSVa'NUR.
ABsOLLIE Al'CTlOM fALE.
Trracb Ollae. Oil Palallasra,
83 rnion Mrc?t,
Each Day 1 his Week at 1 1 and 3 o'cl'k
Now oa exhibition. D in't fail to ee
Sale) Wllbent wrif.
Laatlr. aerially Iaaltrd.
A. M. 8T0DDARD. Auctioneer.
CONSTABLE'S SaLE ATAUClIOX.
(rk Cbaa). T. Rl waist.
147 aad la Poplar si.
Groceries, Feed, Dray, Harness, Mule, Iron
Safe, Fixtu-es, Books, Aecoun's, Etc.,
Tkandai, Marrk lllk, hi a'rlerk.
M T. GARVIN, C. 8. C.
A. M. STODDARD. Anct ioseor.
Otrtci or Public Adbhi9thto Sbilbt
Mxurais. Tim., March A, 1886
"VTOTICE ) hereby given that I will, as
i-N administrator of tha eitate of Patrick
Koper, deosased, aell at public outcry, to
the highest bidder, for cash, on
Taeaday, Marrk IS, lis.
at 10 o'eloek a.m., in front of A. M. Stod
dard'? aueOon-hnus. on Union street, one
huRoE, ROCK A WAY and HARNESS, be
longing to raid estate.
JOHN LOAGUE, Public Adm'r.
A. M. RTODDAHD, Aqptjuneea..
FOK SALE OK KES'I'.
LpARMS Several tne farms in Arkansas
Jj and Mississippi on very eaay terms and
w .T. M AHTTV, Memphj., Tenn.
CMSTEKNS Bui't and repaired and war
J ranted. Inventor o' the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone m. THoS. CU BBINS.
MB. TREZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
LAW, Aiarina and Commercial Notary
Public, Coramisaioner of Deeda and U. N.
Commisaioner, at the old office. No. 3 Madi
aon atreet. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
KOOMN AND iiOAKD.
ROOM AND BOARD-Furniahed front
room, flrat floor, with good board. Dy
boarders wanted 24 s SECOND cT.
OuM Deairahle fum'ahed room, with
board, at 72 MadiMin etrp' t.
OARD-With excellent rcom.
124 ADAMS pIKKKi.
NICE Rooma, furnii-hed or unfurnished,
with or without board, at 137 Madison at.
TWO large unlurniihed rooms, with or
witheut board, at by Madiion atreet, cor
ST. JAMES UOUSK-Cor. Second and Ad
ams ats, Room and board IS per week;
dnv hoard, t" N).
.I... Dfulinip liw.il.
tion and tonus,
RENTKH, thia office.
SITUATION In awall-paper and window
ahade store aa salesman, paper or ahade
hanger, by a young man who underatanda
the buaineaa thoroughly. Addreai C, Appeal
HIGHEaT cash prlrea paid for old and new
FEATH ERS. J. B. SMITH, 44iMain.
INFORMATION wanted" aa to the where
aboota of the following named persons,
formerly of Shelby county, cr their heira,
namely: John Calenan, Nathaniel Jonea,
.Ihn 0.. Kiinhrnimh. Cr.fiord ttCodwin.
Thomas C. Looney, docea'ed. Buiiu?s of
importance to them.
GILBERT MOYERS, Att'y, 56 Court.
West Memphia Hotel, Ark.
SITUATION-By a strainer In tha city:
traveling salesman accejited -.host of ref
erence gjten A ddresa I. II. 8., 72 Mad ison.
WHITE WOMAN-To do general house
work in family of two persona; none
but a good eoek need apply; a permanent
situation for the right partv. Apply at
N HONEST lOUNi MAN For a per
manent poait on, with an eld established
firm, aa their representee, in hii own State,
balary to begin, 170 per month. Relerenoea
exacted. AM, MANUFACTURING HOUSE,
14 Barclay street, N. Y.
LADY AGENTS F-r Mra. Campbell'!
New "Tilter" a Titter, Buatle, Hoop
akirt and Underskirt combined. Hoops ecn
be removed and akirt laundried. Adjusta
ble to any aite. Ve.y fathionable, and sells
for 12 to every well-dreesed lady as aoon aa
shown. Agenta double their money. Also,
a full line of new furnishing goods fur ladies
and children. ACdrest, with stamp,
E. II. CAUPDELL&CO .
iM West Randolph at., Chicago, 111 .
TiXPEKlK.NCKD AiENTS And corre
Jli apondenta for new business. Positions
permanent. Salary or oommiasion. Write
NATIONAL ECONOMIST, Chicago, 111
BOARD By two respectable young men
in a private fmily, within five squares
of the Milburn Worka; rcttrencea given.
Ad d ress A. II. P.. Milliarn G r an d M. Co.
SITUATION As manager of "a stock or
O cotton farm; twenty years' experience J
satisfactory reference. Addres 11., care
Unioa Stock-Vard and Femliier Co., corner
McLemnre avenue and Horn Luke rond.
GENTS For the best article ever
duced: coatlr outfit free: no peddling
and no money required until soles are made
and gooda delivered. For particulars and
terms address N. M. Friedman A Co., Mar
AGENTS In every section of the oountry
for two New Booki, jnat ready. Spkcial
Tubus to men of experience capable of fill
ing a large territory. State experience, age
and territory wanted. CASSELL & CO.
(limited), 822 Broadway, N. Y., and 10 Deur-
uorQ Bire-t, viucairn!
QALiESMEN In every State in the U- ion
O torerresert a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
SricuLTiis thatara popular and eaay aell
ing. Can be handled) alone or in connection
with other a-oorfa. Address THE WM. B.
PRICE MANUFG. CO.. BALTIMORE, MP.
f (tf MEN Young and old, to bring
LUUU their Old Clothes to Rosenatein t
Bro. and have them renovated. 288 Main
nd Ifi JefTerson.
Sweet Pickles. Etc.
Stained Fruit Pickled Omagra.
StntTtMl Frnlt Pickled t'aenmbrra,
Stolfrd Frail Plcklrd Per !",
nlntTrd Frnlt Plcklrd Mangoca,
Mixed Swrrt Pick lea,
Crow. A- Rtitrh wrU'a 4 kow-l bow and
Plata Cnrmnbrr Plrklra bjr the trail.
Oilier brand, af Plain and IHIxtHl
Plcklra la tilaaa aad Ollvea.
T. F. BUCKHAM St CO.
Tomer Second and Heule SH.
Young & Brother,
liooksollers and Stationers.
21S Main St., 91euipblN,Tenu
Wlnblnc te Kriirr from Baalnra
We Oflrr Oar to lire
STOCK AT COST.
SHEA & McCAKTIIT.Propr's.
HO, 112, 141 Front, Memphis.
ON K OF THE LARGEST BOILER SHOPS
in tb. Koath, and the only comploU
biler and Sieet-Iron Works in th. oity.
MnanriM-larera of heavy elate Iron
wark or eaery dHrlpioa. Special
attoatloB t'.Taa toplaataiion work.
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
SEW SCHOOL IIOl SETO HE Bl'ILT
Shade Trees to lie Planted by the
superintendent Eeiwrts Read
The Board ot Education met yester
day evening in regular session, with
Messrs. Jordan, Rambant, Winters,
Degnan and Higgins present.
SUA DC TRIK".
Tha Baperintendett'a request to
hare trees trimmed at the buildings
owned by be beard, and to p'ant out
ahade trees at Auction, Linden and
Georgia streets, was gtanted, and he
now intends to have the work done.
A SCHOOL lit CUILSEA.
The Visiting Committee nude re
ports oi all the schools.
Tha Building Committee were in
structed to cotfer with property
owners in Chelsea with the view cf
securing lot fjr a new echcol-house.
FINANCE COMMITTEE'S EXPORT.
Cmh on hand February 8th. ..$ 1G8 13
Kec'd Trustee February ISth. 200 00
Kec'd Trustee February 0tu. 8 0W flti
Kec'd tuition for February.... 178 25
Tc t il on band and receive J.$!i,67o 94
Paid pay-roll for December. ..tt,!28 15
Paid bills appiored 2,rj:Ui lit
Paid on January v ay-roll Ctil 00
Paid on February jay-roll.... 37 25
Total t-8.262 53
Balance cash on band 313 41
Checks not presented for pay 128 4
Balance in bank 442 05
huh Minn. Loan account.f 19,723 43
January pay-roll 4,919 30
February pay-roll 5,404 7ii
January bill" 1.547 40
Febiuary bill! 942 38
, 313 41
... 2,387 03
ll'PEBINTENDKNT C0LI.IEB 8 REI'OBT.
GeUtlemen of tha Board of Education :
The statistical report of the schools
for the month of February is as f jl-lows:
H t i
bS - 2
u-hools. rg 1 S BS
: 3 2 r ir
I i i m ! Hi
Smith 611 Blfi 12 2
Leath 5ti(i 105 12 3
Peabody 471 4r)S in 3
Poston l'.r. 15t Ai 3
Merrill 2P! 245 It 2
Jefferuon - 317 244 13 2
Pope 272 230 12 2
Kortrecht 775 574 13 1
Grant 54(i 400 5 1
Monroe 45f 255 10 21
Winchester....' 27(i 201 2 4
Bio ad wav 254 183
Total enrollment 5( 30
Average enrollment 37(17
Atn't collect, pay pupils FWy.tl78 25
. The MeuiliM Tbealer.
Mine. .Tanauschek, giiiporte(l by an
excellent company, made her rcap-
Ixiarance before a Memphis atiilienee
ast nifrht in Sehiller's masterly trag
edy of Mary, Qnten of Scot, anil once
more vindicated her title to the rank
of tragedienne without a superior on
the American Btiure, and in tne part of
"Mary Stuart" without a peer. Not
withstanding her recent indisposition,
the eminent nrtisto was in excellent
voice, and delivered the eloquent
lines of Hchiller with wondrous power
and effect. Her action and manner,
grand throughout, reached iU culmina
tion of excellence in the third act,
when she fairly electrified the house
by the intense fort e of her denuncia
tion of Kngland's virgin queen. After
this act the entlui'iasm of the audi
ence manifested itself in a double re
call. Next in merit to Mine. Janau
schek's "Mary Stuart-' we must place
the "Sir Edward Mortimer" whose im
personation of the lierv and impetuous
rliaiiipion of Scotland's tjnecn stamps
him an an ai-tor who will he lieam
from some dav. Mr. Stuart was also
cpmi'limentoil with n recall. Mr,
CnrJcii made the most of the some
what ungrateful part of "Lord Jlur-
leigh," and Mr. ( leo. 1. Chaplin was
an acceptable "Karl of Leicester."
Mrs. CardcnVQuecu Elizabeth, "Mrs,
Nelson's "Hannah," ami Mrs. Helen
Hand's "Margaret Cure" were also
very clever performances. The latter
lady hud but half a dozen or so of
lines to recite, but revealed the fin
ished artiste in every line, look, ges'
lure and action.
The programme to-night will be
llhvk lli; in which Mine. Janau-
schek will portray those marvelous
creations of Dickens, "Lady Dedlock
and "Hortense," "Lady Hedlock's"
Nl. Brlglrf-e Fair.
St. Brigid's fair came to a successful
close last night, and the net result is
a handsome sum lor the improvement
fund of the church. Among those
who were fortunate in winning prizes,
not heretofore mentioned, are:
Mta. Gibba, toilot box.
Mi si Susie Kitsaimmona, crochet tidies.
Miea Agnes Winters, glove ease.
Miss Annie Kelly, hursc-slioe mirror.
Mis Mamie Barron, embroidered slippers.
Miss Cella Winters, jewelry cato.
Misa Annie Ilolleran, lace quilt.
Miaa Kate Markey, picture of Father Kelly.
John Maboney, embroidered table scarf.
Mr. Lacy, gont'sderby.
Mis) Annie Ryan, horse-shoe mirror.
Miaa E. Connors, gilt picture frame.
Miss Josia Renehaa. hood.
Master Keith, pipe.
Hattie Paul, old woman in shoe.
Josie Henelisn, babyihees.
K. Marker, prater book.
Miss Lanlet, cologne stnnd.
Picture frame, Willie Ryan.
Mrs. Noonan, two pictures.
Miss Agnes Curtis, bottle cologne.
Robert Cook. Derby hat.
Miaa Conway, child's turban.
The sale of seats foe W. J. Scan 1 an 's
engagement begins at Molford'a to
day. Thursday and Fiiday nights and
Saturday rxatinee Shane-na-Laim will
be given, and Saturday night The frith
rroajby'e Dime Maaenm.
The attractive programme an
nounced in Sunday's papers drew out
somecf the largest audiences of the
season. The evening was especially a
''bumper" one at several shows, the
tbeatorium being crowded from one
end to the ctber. The attrac
tions were, with two exceptions,
entirely new. They included,
in the curio halls, the three
legeed man, Linperi; the spotted boy,
Daaiels; Jesse Ferry, the armless man
who writt-s with his nmu'h ; Mrj. srd
Mrs. LitllefiDser, the white-Laired
lady from Ma iagaecar, Ct at. Adarur,
the hand! artist, and last and least
"Little Tor." The la' ti-r is one of tbn
mcst charming and iuteitxting of
curiosntiee a perfect specimen of a
black-eyed albino. Sl eis beautifully
a tired in rich blue M'in, Bp endidly
trimmed with lace, and aits ouihigh a
veritable little queen, who numbers
ber admirers by the thousand. She
may be accused of "mashing," aa the
is but five years old. In the theato
riom there is a very gwd olio per
formance, the princifa! feature of
which is the Shadowgiapb, a graphic
and amusing performs nee.
The aleaart Ror'eiy.
The second concert of the Mot-art
Society, given ut their hull in the Lee
Block last night, was an artastk- tri
umph. Nearly every scat w taken,
and the applause, intelligent and well
timetl, was neverthde.-a hearty and
freqaent. That the waietu utagain
on the high road to sue. -ess cannot lie
doubted by those who were present
lust evening, when the following pro
gramme was carriod out :
Overture. - "Eureka."
"Ah, Happy Day," Chorus from Luc'e
d Lawmermoor Dooiaetti
"Ecre Pants," Duo for Baritone and
Messrs. F. Y. Andareooand J.U.Griffi h.
"Now Kingdom," AUoSolo . lloilhold lours
Miaa Lily Hughes.
Voeal Waits Vorel
Meaars. Riopelle, HutUin, Anderson and
"Song of the Wanderer,"
Chorua for A-ale Voice' with Bass Solo
Mr. J. 11. Griffltb.
"Sweetly Waod'ring,"... Chorus from Lucia
Flra Minutes Intermission.
"Harp of the Winds," Duo for Soprano
and Alto.- - F Abt
Misses Lirrio Douglase aad Marie lllts
feld. "Blow Jo Winds," Chorua Biahop
Solo Soprano - Mra. Forreat
"David's bong Beforo Saul," Bass
Mr. A. Reis.
"The Tiger Couches in the Wood,"
M oi art Society,
"Good-Night," Male Chorua
The sale f seats for the ensagemert
of Mile. Rbea begins at Mill lord's
Friday. Her repertory includes "An
Unequul Match," "Pygmalion and
Galatta," and "The Country Uirl."
HAIL110ADS OF MEMPHIS.
VI KM OI' THE HI V 411 V
ITS 4.l: TIOXH.
What the "Brainier" Ttilnkn of the
t'nlnre of Knllway. Center
The importance of Memphis as a
railroad center is rapidly becoming
apparent to capitalists abroad, and the
following from the Railway RtgiOer of
March oth, while it does not do Mem
phis full justice, will bo read with iu
Tbe Coannarrrlal Importance of
If we count the Cherapeake, Ohio
and Southwestern and the Louisville,
New Orleans and Texas aa two reads,
and they are separate except to far as
being controlled by the same parties
is concerned, Memphis has eight rail
ways, two on the wett and six on the
fast aide of the Micmtaippi.
The fcrmer.the Kxnsas Cilv, Spring--
field and Memphis and the Memphis
and Littli Hack connect the city with
ice jxortnwcst end toutawest, as well
as all inteimediate point?. The East
ern lines are the Memphis and Charles.
ton, or the East Tennessee, Virginia
ana ueorziu, the Louisville and Nt sh
ville, the two Huntington roads above
enumerated, tne Miesiseippl and Ten
nessee, leading boiuo, and the new
Memphis, Birmingham and Atlantic,
of which but little has been built.
All tne railways we nave men
tioned, except the one last named, the
rort Scott and the Huntington lines
are new. The others were built to
Memphis years ago when the city was
an important cotton point and market
for planters of the vicinity. The
Chesapeake and Ohio and the Louis
ville, New Orleans and Texas form
partcf a through line, and Memphis
is simply on important stttion, !
though nominally a terminus.
The Fort Scott and Gulf, in conned
tion with tbe Birmingham road, is
aiming for the cnart. Now what value
has the city as a commercial point.
and what will be the it lluence of the
new, 08 well the older, railways
upon its luliire .' ltiis is an lcqniry
which has of late been frequently
Undoubtedly Memphis is surround
ed by a fertile country and can attract
consideiable trade. A large quantity
of coltDn cornea to the place to be sold
1 .1 i : ' .
u uu uiB river oiisiuesn ig isrgo. in re
gard to this latter tratlic we can set it
down that each year lessens it, for
fewer coats are every year found upon
the river and tbe railways are fast
retching out inlo the territory hereto-
I"re dependent upon the steamers on
tbe Mississippi and its tributaries.
It is to the railroads that Memphis
must chit fly look for assistance in
building no and retaining its trade,
Are these railroads interested in doing
this, and will tae result be to attract
additional lines? We think that this
question must be answered in the
The railways which extend couth
from St. Louis and Chicago are more
interested in a'tracting the tiaflic to
those cities, and besides this tbe
planters of the South are more likely
to bay supplies in Kansas City since
the Foit Scott line was opened. Then
the Huntington and the Louisville and
Nashville can earn more by taking
the business east than to the river.
This can also be said of the East Ten
nessee, Virginia and Georgia.
As the river trade lessens and the
railways press on to the West, new
extensions from Memphis being prob
ably undertaken, the tendency of the
tratlic will be to paes oa through to
the coast, and the Northern and West
ern cities. On all sides of the city are
other ambitious placet1, Nashville,
Little Rock, Louisville and New Or
leans on the South.
Memphis will undoubtedly always
be an important city and will grow to
tome extent, but the course of trade
will be through to the markets beyond.
Lundborg's perfume, Marchal Niel
Ldicpbobg's perfume, Edenis.
Lundborg's perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lnndborg's perfume. Lily of the
Hrott'a Enanlalon of Pare
Cod Liver Oil. with Hypopbosphites,
in Pulmonary A flections and Scrofu
lous Diseases. Dr. Ira M. Lang, New
York, says: "I have prescribed Scott's
Emulsion and used it in my family
and am greatly pleased with it. Have
found it very serviceable in Scrofulous
diseases and Fulmonary affections."
K THE OPEX AIR.
ECHOS FKOM THE HHM0M),
TRACK AMI HELP.
Wb; L'orrlgan Will ltrin Hj'a Entire
Mrlng-The Baseball World
Aa Mated in the Appeal of last Fri
day, Ed Corrigan nu. decided not to
divide his string, but will tend all his
flyers ts Memphis. The twelve origi
nally told otr for Memphis left St.
Lou s yesterday for this city, and the
remainder will follow to-morrow. The
St, Louis Kpuhlican aays: Mr. Corri
gan found his previous plan would tie
him down to on place at a time, while
by the change be berotnea far more
foot-loose, lie starts for his home at
Kansas City to-morrow night, and ai
toon as his horses have steadied into
their new stabling at Memphis, by the
end of thia or tbe beginning of next
week, will join them there and re
main writh them for the cam
paign. Mr. Corrigan has now no
doubt rf tbe extreme probability cf a
race taking place in St. Louis between
Freeland and Miss Woodford. He
was charged with a message front the
Dwyer brothers to President Charles
Green i ttting that tbey highly appre
ciated the liberality of the oUer of the
Fair Grounds Association, and declar
ing thst they would in all probability
avail themselves of their right of en
try. They at the same time begged
Mr. Green, through Mr. Corrigan, to
set tbe race for as early a day in the
June meeting as possible, as
tbey are anx'ous to get back
East quickly. The Dwyers stated
that Chicago bad made them
an equally liberal oiler, but that under
no circumstances will they race there
this season. It muet be remembered
that both of there great stables now
tiave second strings, nearly tilting for
the best stetl of the other. While
Freeland has Modesty at his back Miss
Wcodford baa the black Englishman,
Poetise, to help her, and it is impos- ,
Bible to say that Dewdrop also may
not be used on the nccaiion of n very ,
Urnrral BparllnK Noteo.
The Dwyers now have forty on6
horses in training.
Tui famous Chicago B'.ues play here
April 8th, Mb. and 10th.
Jack Ciuxen, the catcher, is setting
type in a Nashville newspaper ( (lice.
Chattanocqa'b new suits are Yale
gray, with maroon trin tilings and
Tue Southern Lutgne umpires ap
pointed are Miljuaid, Cushman, Itieo
nan and Green.
Ckos, short itop of the Chattanooga's,
Eassed through the city yesterday on
is way to that city.
Pierre Lorillard's last year's impor
tation, the jockey Rawlinson, ridts
this season in France.
Tub Mets vainly cll'drcd Augusta a
large sum for the release of Behel,
their crack left-11 elder.
Manager Snued has sent all ot his
players transportation so they can be
hero no later than the 10th,
A party cf Memphis cyclers are ex
pect ;d here ti take in the lllty-miie
road race. St, Louit Republican.
All the American amateur bicycle
records from one-quaitar to 100 miles
are held by throe men a condition
of things never before known.
Geneiiai. Manaukr Tate of fie Cit
izens Railway Company, says the park
will bo comp'oted by tbe 18th ol this
mouill, in lime tur uv iirnt exuiuiuun
game with Nashville.
A game of ball wa played yester
day evening on the Lauderdale street
grounds between the Hadden Leagues
and Christian Brothers nine resulting
in fav?r of the former by a score cf 7
Tbe Dwyers have done a politic and
kindly act in leaving the horses they
bought at the Lorillard sale itill In tbe
charge of Mat Byrnes. Such a step is
a great start for Mat as a public
Charlie Van Studdiford returned
fiom Memphis at the end cf last week
bringing along two of the best jump
ing horses in the country. He reports
all of the bo -sea in training at that en
tree as doing well, especially Jim
Gray nnd Concregan. SV. Lou't AY.
CiiABi.iaTON's p'ayerg get lower
salaries than these of any other South
ern League club. Her highest bh'ii
ried man gets $2'i per month; the
lowest 165, The latter is the Indent
salary in tbe league. Still, with all
this, Mauaier Bryan says he will win
the pennant. Well, we guess rot.
P, a Bi.tcx arrived in the city last
Friday. In an interview with en
Appeal reporter, this famous I t:le
pitcher nays his arm is nil right again,
and he comes to Meinpbis Ibis simou
ti pitch great ball. He lays that he
will go into gymnasium work a', once,
and that Manager Sneed has promised
not to pitch him in any of the exhi
bition games, but to wait for cham
pionship contort', after the 15th of
April, so as not to do any pitching
until real warm wtuthersets in. "Cold
westber is what knocked my arm out
last season in Kansas City," says Bob,
"bat this year I shall take tbe beet
care of mvself."
Fi'TCitB business will be suspended
at New Orleans to-day, Mardi (irus.
At Liverpool yesterday wheat was
firm, witli fair demand. Coin lirni,
Closing prices of Mav options at,
Chicago yesterday : Pork, fit) Mi ;lard,
6.02lc; clear rib sides, 5.42',c; corn,
401c; wheat, 84:Jc; oats, :12!
Tun receipt-of cotton at this port
up to and including yesterday footed
up 50O,K00 bales, nearly 70,000 hate
more than last year at this time. It is
now generally conceded that, the re
ceipts w ill aggregate over 550,001) bales
i.... ,i :..
iicioio mi- ni'iinuii in oiti.
Rkimiit of Grain Elevator yesterday :
Wheat received, none; withdrawn,
none; in store, miii bushels. t;om re
ceived, lU.ll'j bushels; withdrawn,
!7S(1 bushels; in store, :i,0:i bushels.
Oats received, none; withdrawn, 250
bushels; in store, 1!I,!IK! bushels.
Visitoiis on 'Change vesterday: J.
I'. Hall, Fawn Creek, Alii.; J. Wud
loll, Virginia ; J. M. Hohbins, Mary
land; Dr. J. C. Wood. Aberdeen,
Miss.; Henry Nathan, New York; A.
F. Kalbllcisch, St. 1mis; Mrs. I'eter
Mitchell, city ; M. Friedman, St. Louis;
J. E. Edwards, Lvnn, Mass.; Mrs.
Anna Craig, Danville, Kv. ; Mrs. A. P.
Tuck, citv; K. M. Wright, Suiilshnry,
Tenn. ; M Pointer, Conio; T. S. Webb,
Knoxville; A. W. Ketehnm, Mason,
Tiik Manchester Gmirdinn, in its ro
ortof the Liverpool cotton market on
;-'ebruary lt'th, says: "Thctnost varied
opinions exist its to the power and in
tentions ot the Americans to 'hold.
Some well-informed men expect toseo
SA.MXXjX18 OI rANOY 8HIIITINQ.
With t alf-Measnring Cards, sent by mail on application. Ton can have a rew set ef Ehirtsi
mad. by sending man old one to measure by. W RI IK FOR OUR PRICKS.
MEMPHIS STEAM SHIRT FACTORY,
P. (AafPtia'LI.. Prrrle-I
li s. KOBIkK, lore.
Memphis Steam Laundry,
221 SECOND STREET.
We have tha Latest Improved Troy Laandry Company's Machinery.
COLLARS, Cl'FFN wnd KIIIBTN Laundried Equal to New.
CALLS AND DELIVERIES FREE. WORK CAN BE SENT BY MAIL OR EXPRESS.
LAVE CD It TAINS A SPECIALTY.
them bold linnly and wear t lie pat ieiii-e
of the trade out; othcr-j think some
selling will be likely to occur, and
shortly. In suc h circiinieitanccs buyers
act with great caution, and speculators
seem as little dUposod to buv as the
spinner. At the same- lime it is desir
able not to forget that a very large
short interest exists in 'cloth' and a
certain liirtre short interest in yarn,
which will have to be covered, and
which could not be covered in a hurry
it' for any reason it w ished to do so
without stopping the decline tind pcr
ha sharply reversing the market."
THK MYSTIC KHKVYE.
iiX HMtJllTW AXIS THK
UAI IIY 4 AHMYAI..
Tratlee Prurra.loa To-ltajr anil Uraud
Hall at Ibe Kapoaltlan Hnlld
The Knights of the Mystic Krewe
have completed all ui rangementM and
their ball to-night at the Imposition
building will he u grand success. The
building has been thoroughly cleansed,
the Hour wuxt-4 and it will' be lit up
with electric lights. The statements
made and poslns distributed
about ly certain parties to
the elicit that the Knight, would
give their hall at the skating rink is
false and untrue in every particular.
The Knights will inaugurate the
Maidi (iron festivities with a trades
procession this afternoon, and will
wind tip to-night with a grand ball at
the Kxposition building. The reports
which have been spread about
to the ell'ect that the ball
would he held at the
skating rink are cutirclv without
foundation, The hall w ill be held at
tbe Kxposition building and evwry ar
rangement, has been niiulo for the
comfort of all who attend. Prof. Ar
nold and bis orchestra, and in fact all
the white musicians of the city, have
been engaged by the Knights of the
Mystic Krewe and will make sweet
music to-night, at the Kxposition
building. And all this for the small
sum of .'ill cents. This admits you to
the hall and you can enjoy yourself to
vour heart's content.
Notwithstanding the diiagreeable
and threatening weather ol Sunday
night, the temple oa Poplar street was
crowded to ovei flowing long before
7:30 o'clock, tha hour announced for
the nuptials of Miss Bertha Fuld of
this city to Mr. Alexander G. Milius
of St. Louis. The well-known beauty
of the bride, and tbe anxiety
to see her arrayed in bridal
garments, drew so large and eager
a throng of spectators, that after the
Temple was packed many were non
tent to stand in tbe vestibule and even
on tbe steps leading to it, on the bare
chance of getting a glimpse of the bridal
party, and they were well rewarded for
their pains, for a lovelier picture than
Miss Fuld presented wben.in her while
silk rotxs she stod at the alUr by
the side of her chosen husband,
has rarely been seen in this
city. In the absence of Kabbi Sam
held, tbe Kev. Charles Rawil.er oflici
at'id, and acquitted himself with im
preesive solemnity. The bride was
attended by Misses Lillie Setesel,
Iilho hiililof St. Louis, Nannie laid
nnd Kiiny iietir, and the groom,
a handsome young gentleman of
about thirty years, by his brothers
(eorge and Gus Milius, and by
Mhrhih. Ben Asbuer and George Fil
senthal. After the conclusion of the
services at the Temple a reception whs
held at the residence of the bride's
parents, on Poplar street, where danc
ing and ff listing was tbe o iler of tbe
evening until far into the wee hours
of the morning. The bridal gifts were
countless and of every variety, from
costlv silverware to bi'que ornaments,
and from the ornamental tj the use
ful. Tbe entire floor of one room and
all tbe available furniture wat encum
bered with these numerous testi
monials of the love and esteem in
which Miss Fuld is held by a legion
of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Fold have J
taken apartments at the Gayoso Ho
tel, where tbey will doubtless remain
for the next few days.
J. R. Nation and "wife to W. J.
Chase, trustee, to secure L. Randolph
in the sum of tlOOO, 64 acres of land
in the country.
Armistead Lundee to Agnes M. L.
Millington, 87 acres in the country,
I. M. Taylor and wife to Lawrence
Simpson, trustee, to seenre James C.
Parker in the sum of W, tiact in
Tenth Civil District.
Maria Jerome et al to Jerry and
Mary Outlaw, lot No. II, HoU'man's
subdivision, for $.150.
P. L. Gray to Minnie L. Jones, lot
No. 0 in the town of Collierville, 25x
100 feet, tort 1000.
Naomi Jones to Geo. H. Wharton,
one-half acre on New Raleigh road, for
PREPARE FOB FLOOD.
Foundations, cellar walls and build-
ngs subject to overflow should be con
structed with Louisville Oenient. It is
To all who are suffering from the errors end
Indiscretions of youth, nervous wesknesa,
early decay, loss of manhood, eto., I will
send a reefpe that will cure you, FREE OF
CHARGE. This great remedy was diiiover
ed by a missionary In South America. Send
self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Jjsxrs,
I. IsalA, Salaoa I . R 9rk
BY SAIL FOK
224 SECOND ST.
A iy Uansboller Wba Deellaea I.
"Just what I waa looking for," said
a spry and exceedingly fly yjung man
gotten tip regardless of expense when
he leaned no againet the counter at
the SUtion-Hnuse Saturday while the
keep9r entered tbe name "Zab Nolan"
opposite a charge ol vagrancy. "I am no
murderer, and 1 am no more a vagrant
thai doxer.8 of fellows around this
town who are allowed to go about their
business. I am going to test this
thing." He was informed that every
opportunity would be given him to do
so and shortly afterwards put up a for
feit of $50 and went away latblied.
"He is pretty well heeled,"
said one of tbe dete tives, an
Nolan walked out. He won
$H0 in one sitting last week clT of the
urnmmer the Appeal published as be
ing short $1400 one day this week. Ha
is like all the "croM-roaders." They
come here and get sleek and fat dur
ing the winter, and by tha time spring
colls around want to run the town."
According to the police, Nolan, who
originally came from Brownsvi le, and
has been a gambler, is what is known
as a "crnss-roader," a 'sure-thing
man." He was barred out of several
ol the gambling places, and two or
thiee weeks ago bad a row with a
plucky dealer of one of the dens
known as "Little Red," on the corner
of Main and Monroe streets. The po
lice interlered, and both were released
on forfeits. Within an hour Nolan
relumed ti the charje, making a
descent on "Little Rad" with an open
knife in his hand. Tne latter
hud nothing with which to de
fund )iimelf, and rt treated into
Luebrmann's, The apptaranco ot
a policeman at ai opportune mo
ment raved his life. The second
charge win rot urged against Nolan in
tbe Police Court tbe next morning
and he was lined $10, He has male
himself scarce until the past day or
two, when he received a hint thbt his
retirement fion Memphis might be
beneficial to hia health. He declined
to go, aad. out of pure dare-deviltry
posted blroaolf yesterday on the corner
of Adam and Main tt'eets, half a
block frointihoHtation-House. Under
the law, any man who falls to apply
hlnvelf to aa. honeBt CAiling, or w ho
hangs about saloons or other such re
sort, though e may have asteady in
come from realesta'e or bonds, is a
vagrant, and it remains to U seen
whether ib can escape tbe law be
cause others are guilty and have not
been arrested. But it is plain that he
has the pluck ti test it. Garvin tested
a case once and won a striped suit for
some time. ,
Since Iho above wus written CoJ.
Nolan has changed bin mind. Ho ap
pealed beforo tho Polico Court yester
day morning and vu Alicd $50, which
was held up on his promise to leave
Importer and Dealer In
UiliM. PUIilne; The la lei and Nuorta-
Btattn'a hiiiill. aar Special attention
given to MANUFACTURING and RE
i!iM i'i" Terns
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
bin us, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle
and sportsmen's Supplies,
WHOBBSALB AtND RETAIL.
a Mais) Blreet, Henepbla, Teanj
Manufacturing .nd Repairing of Gang a
Sp.olatty. arTephon. No. 90H.
W. H. BATE
H. C. TOOF.
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 27:1 Second Street,
DEMOCRATS TO TUB FRONT To at
prreoue aeeking Government Em.
plorroent In any of th. departmental!
Washington, or any other poiitions andas
the Government, I will send lull instruction
as to how to proreed to obtain the same,
and Hlaak f erma af Appllralloa on
receipt ol On. Dollar. Amireww JOHS
It kiihuii. iea.he want. '.
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KAt'N MiH Its CAUSES and CU E.ty
een who was deaf twentv-alaht ve&f .
1r-ated It moat ol the noted specialists of
the d y with no benefit. Ccaao niMnLr in
three months, an i since then hundreds of
oth.ra by sam. process. A plain, simple and
sueeeeeful home treatment, address T.
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