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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL 3 UESDAY, MARCH JO, 1880.
Tha Distiata shed Actress,
And her Unrivaled Company.
J. W. M0RRI6S-Y Manager
Tue-isy Night and ftn'dsy Matinee .....
AN UNEQUAL MATCH
Wodnosday and Thursdav N'fh's
.PYdilALIoN AND GALATEA
M-inh 25-26 -Z7 M1NN1K MADDERS
"In Spite ol All."
Crosby's Dime Museum
221 Mala 5U, Memphis.
W. E. CROSBY - -Join Proprietor
Ot-ea Kvery Day Thig Week t 1 and 7 p.m.
IBtLKTIR . The Water Queen
WALUcr. Tbe New Neptune
These performers are veritable Amphibian-'.
As human fish they are unmaled.
AH rooM The m -st amusing, moi! ma
gical, most m afloat Chinaman ever im
vrted (rem the Land of Tea.
til A WILLIAMS The Modern Samson.
The great Cennon-Ball Juggler.
JEDKUIAlI M. 8 OROBMAN-Tha Only
Original Yankee Wh'ttler.
IB TBI THIlTORICM
everything bright and amnaing. Com and
bring the f ,mily.
to sirgx ar THE
KXlfJIIT- OF ISMSFAIL
l.MCIEM OBIIER HIBERXIAXS,
AT KNIUII-3 OF INNIsFAIL IIALL.
MA Kill 17, 1SS6.
Admission One Dollar. Ladies Free.
Proceede to ge to the Irisi National Land
BILL-HOOK-Contalning papers ml uftble
to owner only. Return to 307 Adama at.
and lc rn nrdod.
T AXl) PAPKRS-In 1H61 Lloyd D. Addi
Ji ion le t ia bin desk in Memphis a pack
age of land titles for landa in Vi laoopsin.
It will be made to the interest of any person
who may know nf Iheae pareri to notify
LYLKS, KARRIS A RA) . Attorneys.
black letter bitch:
both earn black. Return to I. D. 8
urn to I. D. 8.. 39
Madison street, and gst tgi reward.
KO0 IN ANII BOAKII.
OOMS-Nics and large, with or without
board, at sh ntiwau pi.
K00MS-Nicely furniahed front room;
Kino! other rooms, with board. Day
boarders accommodated at 18 Mulberry at.
"DOOM Desirable furn'shed room, with
Xi board, at 72 Madison etro-t.
.TkrAUTl With MlUntrAnm.
J VM ADAMS STREET.
5 NICK Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
with or without board, at 137 Madiann at.
rpWO large unfurnished rooua,
without board, at 6)1 Madiaon street, eor-
St. JAMEi HOUSB-Cor. Second and Ad
ama ate. Ko)m and board $5 per week;
day hosrd. 83 fr-
00MS- Furni6hod, for rentleinen only,
tion, Xtnn., f Trent, and furniture lor
..!. nli.nn AiKtlfff
K L. ijifKl, atfirand Junction.
THREE ROOMS- Up-stairs. Apply on
premises 34 ALABAMA pi.
X rl'W KESI DKNCK No. fi'2 Exchange St..
JJN containing 8 rooms; finished through
out with all inedorn improvements. Ant iy
at 72 Exchange street, or toT. J . BARCHUS,
at B. Lowen'tain .k Bro.'s. wholesale.
TTRRY NICK RESIDENCE Nearly new,
V No. 8 Sixth St., Chelsea, containing six
rooms, pantry and store-room, with front
and biok gillery; situated in a Terr large,
. . .. T 1 J, t W 1.' 1 .V
airy lot. vujiy w n'w.
corner Auction anil Second sts-, or
J. E. 1 EVVIS, 17 Bix'h at.
C10TTAOE Of three rooms at the terml
J nu of Kim wood street car line. Apply
at 36 Union afreet.
00M3 Furnished or unfurnished, at 118
freoond street. Hcfcrences requiren.
.Tj'l'RNISHHD ROOMS-Anply at
Jp in COURT ST.
Ti'hdMS-Rultn nf two rooms, nnfurnished.
XV or one furniahed room: will board par
ties if desired.
Looation best in the oity.
Addres, with reference,
B. C.. Appeal office.
10TT AUK Three rocma. cistern.
J Georgia street. Arp'y next room.
inTrAflE-Nn. AH Lau lerdale. 7 rooms
j in gooj repair, good cistern; 125 per
month. Apply to No. ft Main street.
2 -STORY I rick Itesideneo, B. W. corner
Second and Exchange sta. ; in first-class
repair; eight rooms. Apply on promisee.
2 ROOMS En suite. Lee Block, third floor
front. Apply at No. 4 Madison st.
!1M OKfi will pnr-ha
story Queen Anne
noue, v ro'ins,wur ront, siuo auu uari
porchts; cistern, stai le, wood and coal
heils. corner lot, 14irlrtS feet, nicely graded
and fenced, 20 foot alloy in rear, adjoining
State Female Colleri. T'ms-S20(IO cash.
helanceHo per month. Will be cou'pleted
about April 1st. Address T. A. L AMU or J.
II. BARTON, 10 Madi oa street. Oilice
hours, ajojl pjn.
PINOS- Atfirst eos:: closing out sale:
only a fow left. Cull immediately, if
you want a barmin, ut K. A. BENSON S
fauio More, main st., opo. rpiiu'mt
0I7SE And lot, -i and 2ii'A Elliott
street. Address B. L. C, Appeal olfioe.
C10TTAGE-Desin.ble cottage residence,
in t paved atrxit in North Memphis;
terms reasonable and easy. Address
REIDENCK Twc -story brick residence
on Main street, with grocery connected
with it, and on a prominent corner; suitable
for general business er drug store. Will be
sold at a bargain. Apply to
MINTER PARKER or
i;LE- flood Inrm mule! cheap.
at 18:) Court street.
HORSE AND MULE Good horse and
mule, very chea;. Apply at corner of
Third and Mill atreete, Chelsea.
T. J. GRAHAM.
TTHJRNITURE-Com; lets set of honsehold
X1 furnituro, almost new, at a bargain to
-cash purchaser; must be sold at once. Apply
to J. R. BALDWIN. 284 Main St.
T oTS :17 and 38 Peyton subdivision
1 side (i
reenlaw street, for sale cheap for
A poly to T. B. MIC'D , 310 Second st.
VALUABLE PRCPBRTY-Two valmble
iiiecon nf nronertv for sale 452 and 4f4
Pontotoo street eterded. Apply to Rev. J.
'W. Knott, cirnerof Msrley avenue and the
Kw Raleigh toad. Tail proicrty will be
PAYING. GERMAN B'lARDING
HoUSB ol Helena, Ark. The reason
for selling, other intnrests require his atten
tion. For further ref-rence call or write to
II. BRCXER, He ena. Ark.
TriNE PAYING Uf'TEL Bl.'MNEsS-Sir.
X? uated in oue of the livrst towns in the
toulh. Does a business of over flOOli per
month. Bar can le added to the business,
if desired. For ten . address
J. 6. M., Box lirj. Meridini. Mis.
MlLKS Some Brft-clnss mnles tor "ale.
Inquire of li ADD K.N FARRINGTUN
-before purch?.inB ebewhere.
A T taWPuRT NEWS, VA. lwlO lots.ftuo
J. leet water tro :, 4t teet deep, roriuii
iniormation address WM. A. DEAN,
47 Lexington street, Baltimore, Md.
HEAD MULES AND HORSES- For
cash, or payable September la, 1880,
P. M. PATTERSON CO
A BARGAIN VILLA KDhN FRUIT
AND VEGETABLE FARM On New
Raleigh Pike, miles from Brick Church,
Chelsea; (acres No. 1 land, house A rooms,
servants' houses, stables, barns, cribs, dairy
house, well ana cistern: also, AO bushels
enrn. Bit and fodder, teed potatoes, turnips.
asparagus beds, hot beds and sash, agricul
tural implements, household and kitchen
furuiture, cows, calves, horses, mules.
idi and harness. Apply on premises.
J. T. BERLIN.
HORSE A safe, reliable family buggy
hoire one well known to the citiaens
of Memphu. Apply t the livery stable of
F. A. JUNES A CO.
Til S OLD HKN ISLAND In eight nf
Memphis: 11" acres, of which about")
Cleared and Tery ncn land. A Bargain can
TSNNESSER STATB CERTIFICATES
Ra oeMs1 sir and all itaAs to tha
Slate. Vt-JUVfl UO.VOV
Omcg or Pcslir Ann lvisTiATo
MgisFHis. !., March
VTOTICI Is hereby given that I will, as
xN administrator of the estate of Patrick
Koper, dcased, sell it publio outcry, to
the hiheit bidder, for cash, on
Tawadsiy, Marrk IS, !,
at 10 o'clock a.m., in front of A. M. Stod
dard's auetion-house oa Union street, one
HuRE, ROOK A WAY and UARNESS, be
longing t) said estate.
.KUIN LOACI E, Publ:eAdm'r.
A. M. PTODP A B D, Auetionee . .
2WUI7E COWS One with top around
head 15 reward for their return to K.
B. RA RTON. near Cnrve. Herr anrio roat.
FOR HALE OK HEX I'.
RESIDBNCB Two-itory frame, 305 Pon
totoe St., six rooms, bath and servants'
room; Urge rhady yard and fruit trees.
Terms easy. Call at office of Dr. Lipsoomb,
250 Becoad st.,or athisresidenee,3r2 Miaaav.
FARMS Several floe farma ia Arkansas
and Mississippi on very easy terms and
low prices. Address
B.J. MARTTN, Memphis. Tenn.
ALBERT BVROLIN-Of Rootiers. Cal.,
is anxious to bear nt the whereabouts
of S. P. WAl MO ARTS' KR, who formerly
lived In Memphis. Information le ft at the
Appeal office, or forwarded to Mr. Burglin,
at Rou tiers, Cal.. will be thankfully received.
MUSIC For ball or party moeie oallon
ALEX TODl, 74 V,nce stre t,
CISTERNS-Bui't and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brfek
layer. Telephone DM. THUS. CUHB1NS.
f B. TBEZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
LAW, .Varine and Commercial Notary
Public, Commissiorer nf Heeds and U. S.
Commissioner, at the old office. No. 3 Madi
son strict. fULLKcrit.NS A M'ECIALTY.
riX RENT A cotton-shed or building een
L trolly located, suitable for stables and
wagonyatd. A pi lv at the office of
BUOWN A JONES, 282 dain st.
Tl OIIKK Five or a'x rooms.
XX days; small family, no children. Ad
A pnewt offl
IjMRST-CLASS BLACKSMITH At once;
' also a g"od helper, cor. Monroe & Desoto.
For "Great Artists of the
a larste tolio Fine Art Book.
just out U. 8. Publi-hinv Co., limited. T.
hllwood Zell, Pres. , 17 N 13thst.l'niladelphia
EVERYBODY-To enll and see the cele
brated Oypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
GOOD, ENERGETIC MEN AMD WOMEN,
tin to H0 per week selling M. Quad's
book, "Field, Fort and Fleet," or the Illus
trated Edition of "The Household." 78 col
ored Illustrations DUTnOlT FREB PRESS
PUB LISUINti 00. . Detroit. Mich.
STUDENTS To learn telegrap'-y, at Tele
graph School, cor. Main and Poplar sU.
C1LERK A flrst-elass clerk, who can sell
good on the road or in the store, and do
office work fur a first-class hardwaro house,
Address HARDWARE, Appeal elfice.
BOARDERS At 140 Madison ; nice rooms,
good fre; transients accommoCated.
TO BORROW $1800-On gllt-edje paper,
for eight months, at nut over 8 per cent.
per annum. Address .
F. W. ROY PR A CO..
278 Main street.
TKF0RMATI0JJ NORTON C. WILLAKD
X can hear of tonething to his advantage
by co responding with his brother,
Preseott, Ontario, Oannlu.
Mrs. Ann B. Rtthrne. chal
lenge carpet-mulior of the I'nited States,
wants a situation. No objtction to loiving
the city. Apply at thia office.
OCCUPANTS for rooms, or part of a nica
bouse in Cheisoa. Re'e'enccs required.
Address F. M., thia 1 tlico.
qx nORROW-fKOOO on improved city
X property, nt 8 per cent., on one or more
years' time. Address L.. care Appeal.
AN HONEST YOUNt MAN For a per
manent posit on, with an old established
firm, as their represente e, in hu own State.
raUry to begin, $70 oer month. References
exacted. AM. MANUFACTURING HOUSE,
14 Barclay afeet, N. Y. .
LADY AflENTS For Mrs. Campliell's
New "Tilter" a 'filter. Bustle, Uoop
akirt and Underskirt combinod. Iloops can
be removed and skirt laundried. Adjusta
ble to any aiie. Ve y fashionable, and Bella
for $2 to every well-dressed ludy as loon as
shown. Agents double their money. Also,
a full line of new furnishing goods for ladiea
and children. Addrexe, with stamn,
K. H. CA VPBfcLL A CO .
4S4 West Randolph at., Chicago, III.
EXPERIENCED AGENTS And corre
apondents for new buainess. Positions
permanent. Salary or commission. Write
NATIONAL ECONOMIST, Chicago, 111
AGENTS-For the best artlole ever pro
duced; costly outfit free; no peddling
and no money reqvired until sales are made
and goods dolivered. For particulars and
terms address N. M. Friedman A Co., Mar
AGENTS In every section of the country
for two New Bookb, just ready. 6ricui,
Txaua to men nf experience capable of fill
ing a large territory. State experience, age
snd territory wanted. CASSKLL A CO.
(limited), 822 Broadway, N. Y., and 40 Dear
born street, Chicago
SALESMEN In every State In the Ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
Sproialtirs tli a tare popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in connection
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
PRICE MANUFG. CO., BALTIMORE, MP.
Cl f MfcN Young and old, to bring
LUUU their Old Clothes to Rosenstoin A
Uro. and have tbem
renovated. 288 Main
and 1 Jefferson.
Ske ail. of Memphis Steam Shirt
Fnrtory anil Laundry on fifth pngu.
10O Bedsteads for sale. Gabay.
For kalsomining telephone COO, A.
Memphis Stained Glass Works, 238
Third street. Gall and see.
Dr. J. B. Wassox has not left the
city, but still continues to practice
dentistry at .97 becond sliest.
All who desire to visit New Orleans
should take advantage of Collins's
select excursion on the 17th, via Molly
Snrinirs nnd the lllmoix Central rail
road. Only J5 for the round trip
Tickets good for fourteen days.
O. D Fmith, veterinary surgeon,
office F. A. Jones & Co., 0l Monroe
street. Residence, .lansioli House.
The finest and beet selected Btock
of gas fixtures in the city, at bottom
prices. J. A. bailey a co,
The Nashville Sensation Gold Brick
Swindle. Wonderful success. Valen
tino's Gold Brick Tolu. Chew it.
General repairing done by conipC'
tent workmen at the Cunningham
Wagon-Works,' corner of Monroe and
The Desoto Oil company is prepared
to Oil orders nr tbe Irgtiost grades 01
finished fertilizers and teitiii-iog ma
A SLinuT cold, if nsv'ected, often
attacks tbe lungo. Brown . Bronchial
T:o:hs give sure and immediate re
lief. Sold only in boxes. Price 26
Purchasers will find some of tbe
best pictures cf the consign menr still
at Stoddard's auction-room, 33 Union
street, which mm t be closed out. Call
and examine them.
Thi Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonioand anti-periodic known. A certain
ana suie euro lor chills. Price II per bot
tle. Send stamis for circulars. Any ref
erence gixen. Address John C. Rucker,
Bedlctios in price ol best Kentucky
lump cool to 30 cents per barrel, in
city limits, in ten barrel lots. Sold
by Ayers A. Strargi A Co., oilice, 287
Main street, telephone Wo.
The most ef&cacious stimulants to
excite the appetite are Angostura
Bitters, prepared by Dr. J. G. B. Sie
gdrt & Sons. Beware of counterfeits.
Aak your srocer or druggist for tbe
THE WORLD OF SPORT.
WAAT IS NOIXG OX Ol'T
Ihe w Busfball Grounds Bright
ProfprcU for the eflo
Lovers of horeeracinft in this vicin
ity are anticipating a grand time at
the epilog mention. Within a few
days tbe number of runners at tbe
Memphis track will be much buyer
than ever btfire. There are more
noted horses there now than were
ever assembled at a meeting here
Those owners who have wintered
herr, ai well as those who have re
cently arrived, express themselves
very much pit used with the track and
the stable accommodations. The good
opinions expressed by these gentle
men ought to mike Memphis the win
tering point tor many of the leading
stables. Tbe track has been grea'ly
improved, the low point near the half
mile post having bten considerably
rtised, making the np-bill work much
lighter than formerly. The whole
track has been covered with a soil that
makes it easy for tbe borsee. Green
Morris, whose ittble has wintered
here, has done sll he could to usist
President Montgomery in impioving
the track. Among the prominent
stables now there are thoce of Oorri
gan, Morris, La Masney. Giar, with
some of the best 1iiih. in tbe coun
try, and a number of smaller
stables, with many tried and a few
creen horses. At the track one can see
Fieeland, Modesty, Pearl Jennings,
Irish Pa, Bernau, Favor, Longview,
Editor, Monogram and roeny others
that run gamely witn the best com
pany on the turf. Bercaa is piobably
in better fix and nearer tr ulned to the
running point than any of tbe others,
the famous Freeland and Modesty
being very near him. Favor will have
to do loti of haul work yet. Editor is
in good condition. Jim Uray, who is
fancied by some for the Louisville
derby, is a be autifal bay, as gloesy as
silk. Tbe old hurdler. P. Line, Ih
there, a little heavy yet, but otherwise
in excellent condition. Elocnm is
there also, and supposed to be all
right There are numerous fine two-ytar-olds,
whose qualities will first be
tested here. Many of the horses are
fat and rough yet; but with careful
handling from now till starting time
nearly all of them will be in good
shape. Tbe coming meeting is one in
which every citizen ought t) take an
interest. The association has oflered
money liberally for the horses, has
vastly improved the gi our. ill, and
done all taut is possible to make the
meeting a grand success.
Itasobnll-l tie OnllooU. "
The fence around the new' baseball
park, near the hospital, will be com-
plettd today, worn on me granu
ttmd has already begun, tbe ground,
which ts being rolled, is as level as a
(loir, and a large force o' men are at
work on the street railroad track.
Everything will be icady in ample
time for the season. The air is al
ready full of baa? be II enthusiasm, and
every level plat of gionnd in the sub
urbs was utilized yettarday for prac
tice Never before bin a season opened
with piospects t f to flattering a nature
to the interests of baseball. Never
before was there so large a number of
leagues, and never have any of tbete
leagues entered the year witn sucn
solid financial backiDg and with ar
ticles of association so cart tally ar
ranged. Three years ago no two
leagues recognized any oblig.tion to
each other or thought cf respecting
the contracts or rights of one another.
This year seven leagues sra united
under the national agreement, by
which they bind themselves to ra
sped one another a contracts and
The southern League enters me
second year of its existence, a strong,
compact body, capable of mar aging
its own aflairs and rising in im
portance. Tbe South is a promising
field for the great pastime. Tbe im
pulsive Smthern nature naturally in
clines to a pretty contest of racers or a
goo J exhibition cf the national fame,
ihe 11 ret game 01 tue seatoa win De
played next Thursday between tbe
Memphis and Nasbvilleclubs at xasn
ville. These clubs will also play on
Friday and Saturday. The following
is tbe batting otder of Thursday's
Souders, r, f.
Goldsby, I. f.
llillery, Sd b.
Marr, m. f.
Bnard, B. s.
O'Brien, 1st b.
Biitaaan, 2d b.
Sneed, r. f.
Black, 1. 1.
Lavin, m. f.
Andrews, 1st b.
Whitthsad, 3d b.
Phelan, 2d b.
Fueeelbacb, s, s.
The batting order for Fr day's latne
is the same as Thursday's, with the
exception of the battel ies, which will
be: Nashville, Brynan, p., and Earle,
c. Memphis: O'Leary, p., and Kreh
myer, c. The batteries lor Saturday
will be: Nashville, Ware, p., and
McVey, c. Memphis: McEIioy, p.,
and Culgan, c.
General Npor!lD Sole.
En Corrioam has not a cent on the
Kentucky Derby as yet.
J. T. Williams has brought down
from New Yotk Ihe bay filly Kldora,
two, Warwick-Elemi. a
Hooan, the light weight jockey who
rode New Orleans recently, will be
with John Spellman's stable next
Barney Graham, center fielder for
Memphis last year, pa-ssd through tbe
city yesterday on h.s way to Chatta
nooga. Jack Prince writes from England
that he will be back in time to race
Nei'sm in June, and that he will then
come West and race Wcodside in the
Washington rink, Minneapolis.
Joit Co "CRN is training Jo i Ellings
worth in the belief that the ex -amateur
can get away with DempBey. lie
says: "Deransey can't make Joe quit
by striking him as hard as he can with
a hickory club for half an hour."
TnE largest sale of race horses ever
kheldin tbe world was that of Lord
Ftlmouthsin London. I wen ty Jour
bead real'zad fiK2,CK,0, aa average n!
$7,5!M. The highest price horses at
the sale were Ruxybody, $44 000, and
Harveston, $4:5 000.
A orsat many peopl think bicyc
ling is a CNZ3 and that it will die out
aa quickly as did roller-skating. They
prohahly dn't know that tbe "crazs"
started in Englaud at Uut ten years
ago and that the increase in wheeling
each year since has been marked.
En. Corsioan has had indentured to
bira an abandoned fourtef n-year-old
colored boy named Willie Davenport
The boy c.tme to Corrigan's stable last
year, and he performed his work so
well that the fa'tmua horneman took a
great fancy to Lini. It is thought he
may develop into another Isaac Mur
phy. Tub McCarthys are in hard luck.
Johnnie McCarthy has taken French
leave from Appleby A Johnson, to
whom be was engagej for 18S6, and
they warn horsemen against employ
ing him. Andy McCarthy is impris
oned here for assault and battery on a
policeman five times his sizs. People
who have won morey on him and
professed fiiendahip keep in tbe back-
gionnd now and be cannot get a
T. M. It. A.
Ihe Excellent r eater inlnnaent tllten
at Ibelr Hal. fcuauay Ala til.
The entertainment given by tbe
Young Men's Hebrew Association at
their ball Sunday night waa pro
nounced by all present ai decidedly
superior in variety and general excel
lence to any that they have yet given.
Mr. M. M. C'oben, lately returned
from college, delivered an address on
"Inherited Prejudice and its I0H0-
ence," which was. replete with
tboughtlul suggeetions neatly ex
pressed. Mr. Cohen has an easy,
graceful delivery, and promises to be
come a valuable acquisition to the force
of speakers in the 1 . M. II. A. After
Mr. Cohen's lectuie had been
concluded, Mr. B. W. Ulrsh advanced
t3 the irowt of the Blaze, accompanied
bv Mr. L. U. Pane, president of the
Young Men's Hebrew Association,
and in an eloment speech presented
him with a gold-headed cane, tbe gift
of bis brother members, who desired
to testify in that way their apprecia
tion of President Pape's energetic and
able administration of bis oilice. Mr.
Pape, though taken by eurpiise, spoke
feelingly in reply, ail declared that
he would keep tLe recollection of that
hour green in his memory.
The "Song cf the Wanderer," a bars
solo, by J. 11. Grillitb, accompanied
by a chorus of male voices (Kiopelle,
Hutlon, Keif, Anders'n), was so ad
mirably done as to merit and receive a
Mies Sadie Bejach, a ten-year-old lit
tle miss, recited "Diuty's Christmas"
in a way that made her audience
shout with laughter. In spite of her
extreme youth, Miss Bejach gives evi
dence of the possession of dramatic
ta'enta of tbe highest order, and it is
safe tj predict that she will, if circum
stances favor, reap abundant laurels
on the hit tjric stage. As a mimic and
a comic elocutionist she has no super
ior in local amateur circles even now.
Tbe leature of the evening was a
vocal solo by MIbs Tillie Fuld cf St.
Louis. Tbe selection waa "Judith,"
by Gounod. Somewhat difficult of
interpretation, but rendered by Miss
Fuld in a manner to leave no room
for criticism. This lady is possessed
of a voice of marvelous compass and
power, coupled with a method that
makes ber singing a continuous de
light. In its lowest register her voice
excels in depth and richness of tone
any voice heard here in recent
years, while the rich volume
cf her higher notes have not
been equal til bv any of tbe
alleged prima donnas who have ap
peared here this ceason. Mi is Fuld
will sing against the entertainment
to be given Thursday night by tbe
Young Ladies' Aid Society, and on
next Sunday night at the Strangers'
Church. Lovers of goad music should
not fail to hear ber. Miss Brightie
Hexter read an essay en "Old Maids,"
which proved her to be gift ad of pleas
antly humorous style and a wealth o'
information from which she drew
liberally to illuetiats her subject. A
better escay tban hers of last night
has not up to this period in it) history
been read before the Young Men's
Hebrew Association. A vocal waltz
was the next number cf the pre
tramms. remlsirrd bv Messrs. Uionellc
Anderson, Reis and Hal two n in ex
cellent style. The programme was
also interspersed with orchestral music
by Arnold s Band.
('Ironic C onrt Pletre", Jadie.
Calendar for to-day: Nos. 8iiOS, B. F,
Laird vs E. C. Whitaker; ,UI!. John
A. Denie vs T. J. Graham Kt3t), Mrs
SDphie O.'sen vs George Vtel.er; 8040,
Peter Haggarty vs C. J. llargan & Co. ;
8047. P. Twohig vs G, G. Chamber-
lain et si; So5S, Wifnski & Co. vs
Dunavaut A: Kelly; 8070, Nancy
Biugh vs Thomas Forr; 8071, Ander
son & May vs J. P. Campbell A Co.
fii72, Wiggs A Co, vs J. P. Campbel
A Co. : SO'JO. M. M. Robinson vs K. M
Mtsin et al.; 80!7, S. Hinson vs Alex.
Stephens: 8705, M. E. Conaway vs C.
C. Kenkert; 871!, the Taxing District
vs W. A. Collier; 8728, tbe Taxing
District vs W. F. Shippey; 8741
Gideon Wettbrook vs Jack Allen
8744, E. Van Horn vs the Planters'
Oil-Mill; 875:!, Waters A Coleman vs
John Warwick ; 87ii7. J. A. Buckham
vs Wash Lav: 8779, litll A Kty vs. M
U Crnger; N7S3, J. G. Henniug vs
it. i:isti:i av into.
Just received, a large invoice of
J0ISTLKSS CHINA MATflSG.
These giHmls have been iuot.1
carefully selected, and, having pur
chased an unusually large quan
tity, it enables ns to offer a much
better assortment than can be
AT VERY 1V PRICES.
B.LOWKS8TEIX at HKOS
For domestio use, delivered anywhere
within the city limits, in lots of ten
barrels or more. Best clean lamp
M)r : nut. 27u uer barrel. For steam
purposes our usual low prices, either
by cart or car-load.
' T. L. LEE,
( cal Agent I,, and N. K. K. Co,
The Shorlf t lJ Hie IU't.
Th Mi uisslnni and Tenneppee Rail
road will sell round-triptickets to New
Orleans nn Wednesday, lvth Marcn
at t.'v Tickets Good fourteen days,
Pullmai cars cn trains, and berths
ran ha secured in advance by apply
ing earlv. Accommodations first-class
tn all. Send in vour names at once,
For farther informgt'.on and tickets
rail on S. L. Fialev. Agt.. 287 Mai
KIILDIG COim ROADS.
WIUT IS LIKELY TO RE DONE
Neceseity for a Greater Kctenns
the Condition of the Bolton
Dropping into the oilice of Chairman
Slaughter yesterday afternoon an Ar
al man lonnd him lust concluding
letter to the Hon. .ich Taylor, in
which he urged that gentleman -
fiush the bill providing for tbe build
ng of a pike from the city to the Na
tional Cemetery, giving it as bis opin
ion that tbe County Court would agree
to keep the road in repair if the gov
ernment would pay the expense of
ullding it, Tbe road is onecf the
roost important in the county, leading.
as it does, by tbe grounds of the Poor
and Insane Asylum and Work-House,
and if built to tbe cemetery would
piobably be extended t Raleigh. For
tbe past three or four years efloits
have been madebt-fjre every Congress
to have such a bill pawed, and it be
gins to look now as if it might be suc
In answer to a question as to what
the Beard of Turupike Commissioners
intended to do this season, Chairman
Slaughter said nothing could be laid
with certainty as yet, but a statement
I the exact amount ot lunus avail.-
a would soon be furnished biu, and
hen be would know more about it.
Tbe pruciice lias been to draw lor one
year on tue revenue ot the next, a
policy he was oppoieil to on general
principles, though it had erjaUi'd the
commissioners to muke a considerable
sho at fiist, and nothing bad been
lost. At present the entire force
convicis were at woik on
the road to tbe nice track,
very difficult and ttdious undertak
ing, which would consume a 1 cf this
and probably all of nex . month. A
little gravel might be put on it before
the meeting began, but not much.
He waa glut to note, however, that
the spirit ot oppnst on to a turnpike
tax had almost entirely disappeared
rom tbe County Court, and there was
now hardly a member wbo was not in
favor of a tax Lir that turnpike. I am
not as well posted yet ai I hope to b.,
so much of my time having been con
sumed in looking after tbe Bolton
Has it been turned over to you
"ZNot yet. a ruietueni nas oeen
made out by Mr. Jordan, tbe attorney,
but it bin not yet been signed by the
former trustee.'Mr. Smith. I trust it
will be done in a few days. There
are several c f tbe plantations to tent
out yet, and 11 gold many small thint s
to attend to. There are besides the
five furus in Tenner-sea and two in
Arkansas, several pieces of property
the city, Ihe decision gave the
crop which had no', been gathered at
the tune to the trustee, to os Harvested
or the beneLt of the rint District.
There was also considerable
personal property and some 140,01)0
or more in cadi. The first debt it be
aid is ono r f I'.'C.OUO to Mrs. Bolton.
There ate other matters to he 11' tended
to, however, htf re the mesting."
"What will come up then !
"One of the must important things
will be tbe fixing ot taxes. 1
don't see what we are t) do unless
we get a better assessment
this year. At least f '.D.OOO has been
paid out on orders for various pur
poses since the 1st ol January, and as
that is more than half the sum we
get fiom tbe trutties we couldn't get
along at all without the privilege and
and other side taxes which come to
our net. We cannot raise the rate,
and our only hope is tba: the assess
ment will be better."
THE 5 OO E rnsiox
To f Oslesme March 1711a.
Buv vour tickets from D. E. Ellis,
111 Madison street, as he is tin onlv
agent in Memphis authorized to sell
tickets for Collins's Grand Pullman
Palace Car Excursion on the 17th of
March, and everybody knows what
the Collins excursions are. They
need no recommendation. The name
and management are sufficient guar
antee that the excursion will be nil
that could be desired.
I. t.OLltSMI I II A BROS,,
SsH Main Mrerl,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods,
Notions, Cbthing, (rents' Fur
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We invite all country merchants
visiting the market this season to
come and inspect our goods before
purchasing. As we buy strictly
for cash we are able to give you
close prices and save you from IS
to 20 per cent on your purchase.
Job Lots from Eastern auction
sales always on band.
I. GOLDSMITH & BROS.
$5 00 to New Orleans and Return.
Tickets HO)d for fouitnen days re
turning on the Collins Excursion of
March 17th. t ickets lor sale oniy ny
H. D. Ellis, HI Madison street, Mem
Advice f Mother.
Mrs. Winslow'e Soothing Syrup
should always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
sufferer at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, ana tue little clieruu
awakes as ''bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothes
tbe child, softens tbe gums, allays all
pain, rolieves wind, regulates the
bowe's.'and is the best known remedy
for diarrhtca, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty-five
Ths Collins Excursion to New Or
leans March 17th promises to be a de
lightful afl'air. It is strictly a first
class excursion, as all the Collins are,
Only I ) 00 for the round tr p from
Memphis ti ew untans ana return.
Tickets for tale bv 11. D. Ellis, :il
Dyeing; and C leaning.
Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyd in any color, a's) kid gloves,
ostricn leatritra ami iace curtains vy
lzmis Ktigel, .r6 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods racwirnd by ei press.
A large assortment in new designs
at JtMES, IlKATTIK CO. S
Furniture rjtore,3lv Main street
Ship your rags, iron, bones and
hides to Gabay. lLghest cash price
.vrris op rANOY amriTiNO,
With telf-Measnrint Cards, sent by nail on application. Yon ran hare a pew set f Ehirta
uada by tending as an old one to measure by. WRIIK .OK UUH PKICK-.
L1EHPHIS STEAM SHIRT FACTORY,
P. S AWPHfl.l.. rraprlo-l
JVaae KOilsK, tora. J
Memphis Steam Laundry,
-J; " 221 SECOND STREET.
i t have tha Late't Improved Troy Lanadry Company's Machinery.
C 01.1,111s, Cirt'N and Nil I UTS I.aauIril Equal lo New.
CALLS ASD PKLIVKRIES r'REK. W OKK CAN BE SENT BT MAIL OR EXPRESS.
LACE C;IIIITAH A. 1ECIA1TY.
NEWSPAPER Til I IT
t 'auahl statd Heverrly M hipped by M
kiibarrlbrr'a Hired Man,
If one nr two more of the suhscril)-ei-N
nl the Aitkvi. would t;ie the
course pursued liar-1 Sunday morning
by Dr. I". I.. Situ there would lie fewer
complaints about failure to gi t the
paper rvgnhirly. Kor several weeks
Dr. Situ, in common with others liv
ing on llernaiido street, has failed to
get his paper on Sunday mornings.
Last Sundav he iiosted his carriage
driver in the ball with the buguy
whip, leaving the door slightlv ajar,
and instructed him to watch for the
thief, whom be was sure
hud been stealing the papers.
The currier passed ami threw
11 paper in iisui the porch. The hoy
did not stir. The carrier was hardly
out of sight before a big, strapping,
hiili-grown darky boldly opened the
gate, walked up 011 the porch and
Hcii'd the paper. It was hardly in bis
grasp before Dr. Sim's driver threw
open the door and, rushing out, began
giving the miscreant a terrible lashing
with the whip, lie lied down Linden
street, hotly pursued, and won so
Imdlv punished that he liiiallvdi'oivpcd
bundle ( papers be had under his
ill 111, ami escaped,
doubled up just, us
1 hey were all
they had been
throw 11 111 !' the
NOME I II I Mil
Tha I'e-ople hhuulri Know, an 4 Ke
serially the laillra.
The only strictly flret-clofs excursion,
and the tmlv excursion to which the
attention o! the ladies ran bs invitad
with sa'oty and impunity, is the Col
lins Pullman l'ahfe Car Excursion on
March 17th, only $1 00 fr tbe round
trip, Memphis to New Orleans and
rt turn, and ticktts good to return on
regular trains f.ir f mrteen days, lluy
your tickets at onco and seen 10 heiths
in sleepers tn aivaiico 'from 11. 1
K lin, :1 Miul'non street, Memphis,
W. IJ. Sooley and wile to Frederick
(iii.I Kiwu Schumann, part, of lot 1'.',
block :IV. northwest corner of Linden
and St. ft) iirtin streets, 80x100 feet, for
biuisit T'H nsiiiuuii el al al to Funis
Fennlv, two lots 011 the north side of
Vusliiiigtoii slrect, for fH7(.
Funis Feniily to Sain Scheibler,
trustee, to secure Louisa Tornsmanii
et al in the sum of f'-ti'i, sami as
L. .1. Wiley et al to V. J I. Walker,
71J acres in county for (1(144.
ADDITIONAL ltlVKlt NEWS.
HE -TIICH AND KIVBUN.
Ill t'll K Skinai. Skhvick, V. S. A., 1
Mkmi'Mih. March 15, 1 p.m. j
The followingoliMerviitions urehiken
at all stations named at i5 meridian
time, which is. one hour faster than
ChattuiiooL'ii ... ;". I K. I 4
Cincinimti 12 4 1
Fort . Smith
Helena 27 1
Little ltock 10 I
Memphis 17 1 H .-. K
Niisbviiit r :t
New Orleans... 12 7 1
St. Louis 14
VicksliiirL' I .10 ,t
... , ... 1
Pittshcro, March 15. Noon River
rising, with 3 feet t inches on tne
Kauge. Weather clear and pleasant
CiKt iMKATi. March 15-Noon Kivar
ststionarv. with 12 feet5 inches on the
gauge. Weather clear; thermometer
EvANbViu.a.Msrch lr Noon Kiver
falline. with 10 feet 4 inches on the
gauge. Departed : Mary Houston.Cin
cinuati, 0 a.m.
TI'lHVIt.I.K. March 15-Noon River
statiouary, with (J feet 3 inches in the
canal and 4 feet 1 inch on the falls.
itnairiBfia oood. Weather windy ana
mild. Departed : raris U. isrown, in-
Cairo. March 15 Noon Kiver 25
feetonthegsugeand falling. Weather
clear and plearant. Arrived : City ol
N.itchez. New Orleans. 0 p.m. iiy 01
New Orleanr, St. Louis, 8 p.m. ; Granita
Slate, tini'innati.a p.m.: U.r. rs;nencg
Cincinnati, 4 a m. ; City of Vicksburg,
Vicksbnrg, 6 s.m.; Helena, ew Or
leans, 8 a m. Departed : City of Nat
rlin. Sl Louis. 6 a.m.: Ohio, Cincin
nati, 8 a.m.; Granite State, Memphis,
10 a.m.; U. P. Schenck. New Orleans
8 a.ru. : City of Vicksburg, St. Louis, 8
a.m. ; Helena, St. Louis, v a.m.
Niiveiarsla of Oeran Nleamrra.
Qi'krsstows, March 15. Arrived
Lord Clive, 1'hiladelpbla.
To all who are loitering from the errors and
Indiscretions of youth, nervons weakneaa,
early deoay. loaa of manhood, etc, I will
eend a recipe that will cure you, FREB OF
CIl A RO K. This great remedy was dlsiover-
ad by a mliaionary ia South America. Send
alf-addreaaed envelop to tha R.J ssr
I X. Isais, Slatioa D, JTiie Tr
BY MAIL FOR
221 SECOND ST.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LODI8.
Nl. I.011U aail sea Orleans A-rlinr
ln-i. N. Mall-CMlttO - -I. LUUIM.
City of Providence.rf
(leo. Car-ell ...master. "r''ltJi'
Will leave Ihe Klerator THH DAY, March
1Mb, al 6 P in. For freight or passage apply
O. I,. II t 1 . Has.. Airt. At) H1
FOR NEW ORLEANS
Ml. lAtnia Hint Ne
M. Mall KOR N KW ORl.KANS.
;ity ol New Orleans
A. J. Carter, master. narw
Will leave tha Klevator TllKHUAVTaJarcri
ltltb, at 4 p ui. Cor freight or paasaga apply
O. I,. Ilsl.l.. Pass. Art. Al
11 n 1 11
foH M , Hup'
KOR IOUISVILLK& CINCINNATI
eiuplns ana Lluclunatl Packet Co
FOB LOl'lVILI.K CIS -INN ATI.
Ornnltc Mtntc. r .int
IA. J. Llndser master.
Will leave Til KtJUAY, Mareh loth, at p.ra .
For freight or passare apply too. U. KU8
HKLL. Agent, No. li Madison at. Telai hone
o. !7. JOHN CAHtt, Passenger Agent.
Steamer BICKKVK bTAIK follows, leav
er Fllday. Mareh V'th
FOR TIPTON VILIJ?.
For Osceola. Hales Point. Carntbersrllle.
Gay 010 and Tliitenvllle The new steamer
W. P. Uall master I J. D. Fuller.. ...clerk.
will leave as above, and all wayjpelntt,
KVKKV MONDAY and TUURKUAV at S
. Kor treight or passage apply on board.
aamistn,S rlara Fsilaa awl siiiH,iiia
null Slaoextla Farheit Hompany,
For lielena. Ulendale, Vrlara Point and all
YWav Lanilinga otoamer
T. Ulaaett ... master I Piatt Uuouva...ou rk
V"n leave as above on every MtlNOY,
WEUNa-UAYand rltlDAt, at 5 0 Plots...
For Randolph, Fnlton. Oaeeola and May
-anaims etaamer .
II. Coorar. master....). W. Hmlthert, clerk
Leatns asevery UONUAY, WKiMMAY
and FRIDAY at 6 p.m. Tha boats of tan
me reserve the right to pass all lentnnis
the "tntaln maydeein nniafe, Omoe, No. 1
W.HI.o" .IAVKH IiPiHi, .la.. Slip '
Mcmplils and Vlckslmrg Packet Coin-
puuy u.rs. .TiQii i,me.
For Helena, ttoncordla, Terrene and Arkan
sas City lb elegant paaaenger stean ar
KATE ADAMS, r.Z
1. R. Choek... master IW. 0. Blauaar...olerk
EVERY MONDAY and 1 UUR8DAT, at 5
m., reaervlng the right lo pass all landings
heeapUin may deem unsafe, Kor general
Information apply at office, No, 4 Medium
street. K. WALWUHTU. Agent.
JOHN CA WR, Pasa'r A rent. Telephone SiS.
Memph(s& White ItlTorFkLCo
U. 8. MAIL ElffE.
STR. CHICKASAW, ?
I. 0, PoaUl...masUr I 0. M,r,oatl....oier)
Vlareweloa, liwalls BlaaT, Doe Are,
Aagneta, JarHeonportniKl Hoarcs.
LHAVUd MKMPIilU Kvary VYKDNKHD A (.
Through rales to all points
Freight oonilgned to
irneo to mempnti
niver Packet Gtmpany will
be forwards d
LOW R, Agent,
Talenhnra No. Al.
Tbe St. Francis River 1 ransportatfos
Co.'s Tin Blde-W heal TI. 8. Mail e-ej .
Re?e Macready. r,-ira
0. K. Joplln master,
Wll.s, LKAVB MKMI'HIS KVEK1
. w V Ul".'t l"l l.'MI.U.., IU"VB,-VU
tntsTmadlate landlngaon Bt. I'ranols river
ine oaptiun reserves the right to pass all
landings he deems unsafe. JA8. LK1, Jr.,
Sphi.-I.Ui,s. Ofllnw. Vn, 4 MeHl.nn st
Arkaiuas River Tk't Co.
Str. JOE PETERS,
v n uti i. -J, to- . JT t
n. nui n 11.. -t nine mr. . hji t - "Tr
Leavet Mouuilii Krory Tt'KSDAV, t& p.ia
Str, E. W. COLE, tssL
VA Nowlund iiiast-r. .?r-T.;
Leaves Memphia Every SATURDAY, ato p.ut
For freight or psng arplv ti
11. C. I.OWK. Agent.
Ofliee, Ko SMadi.nnst. Telephone No. M.
FOR WII1TK ItlVEIt.
.Mewphls.Whll k Itlark Kiver Packet
For Helena, DeValle II luff, Pea Dee Arr.
gusts, Newport and Uatesville. Ihe ogt
and elegant sl'l.wheel passenger stems ! ,
uii, 11.... ...LI
Will leave KV'kKYSATL 'r'DAY' at & n'ok ( .'
p.m. Th roust rates to all p ilnts. Kre's
oonaigned to Milt iiarry Line, Xe-npbi. wit
he promptly lirarrtd. W.J. 1 JJOYL
Offloe V Maillson st Telephone 3HA.
Jsaae U Kbasslix, Passenger Agent. Tel.
H TOM AC II.
A roSlTIVe) CIIIIK FOB
lliwe :-tlne to to teaspoi'nfiil".
(lemilne !' OnrMABII Mll.T 111
ill prlil'" et loo. anil Zx, Bu
i uiiIlK' Hall. li In tuilK.
Crab Orchard Wsler Co., Prop'rs.
S S to!1 Manirr, t i,.lll'. Kv.
IAHK Ylsl'B T' STiW tu the
ass irtiuent o' paiuples loe ISr-rin and
Summer wenr, hi'-li 1 have Just receive,!
from the Ulnlhing-tirder ltpttnent ' i
JOHN WAN A. MAKER,
This hoii-e duel tlie largest M!I-0rder
Clinl-ing ltuiin.ss in (be wurl I. I'iuceer in
work ng out the iden, it has won r-eai suc
cess by scrupukus o.re iu filling the order
uf unseen customers.
The n esent eeaann marks a new era lr
this depsriiuent of 'heir 1umucb. the mean
ing of which i' 1011 better serv ce, cmcu
live and mechanical. This, with the ov
prices, lar.e choice of RiareriN,., and aioi'l'
guarantee of oompltt? satirTict-on, aLui
give me a tirst cla u on (ur orders.
1Wrst Court street.
l)K. IJ. L. LA.KI,
Phjelclrto, Surfpon and Acconthfi
RKS10BNCK ASD 0FFICK,
Si:t MMln Mwl, Xt'tr 1'niot
Telii'hon v, S.