THE MEMPHIS &TJJStTAST APPEAL-FEBETJAEY 22, 18.
LrasEK C. A. LEFFINGWELL
MANAGER. JOSEPH GOBAY
Engagement for this week only of the beauti
ful and cultured Society Star,
MRS. F. S. CHANFEAU.
Monday Evening, February 33d, 187-1,
And until further notice, a remarkable play
by Mr. Clifton W.Tayleure, entlUed
Emily Stcadman. Mes. Chahfkau.
Friday, Farewell Beneflt of Mrs. F. S.
In active preparation, the powerful play of
Seats secured at Boxofflce at Theater.
Beats secured In advance at the Theater and
at Messrs. Cleaves fc Games, 2S3 Main st.
Kox oltlce open dally from i a.m. to 3 pan.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance com
mences t n o'clock.
QKAJHD BALL AX KALL1GU, TEa,
Wednesflay Evening, Feb. 25th.
No charge for Ladles.
K2- Conveyances at Cemetery.
POUKETBOOK A black leather Pocket
book, large size. No money in It, but
some papers ot use only to the owner. Leave
at this office. fe22
DOG 520 reward will be paid for the recov
ery of a White Pointer Dog, liver-colored
head and liver-spot on root of tail-heavy
chain collar inscribed "G. J. Mallory."
Call at Hernando Insurance Company.
"T7"EY On Hernando street, between Beale
XV and Vance, one large brass key. The
under will be rewarded by leaving it at
fe2l APPEAL OFFICE.
POINTER BITCH With stee! collar, en
graved " R. W. Harris." Apply at corner
xigeon uoost roau ana v aiuut street.
fe21 W. C. NORMEST.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
HORSE A bay horse, about fifteen hands
high, bir years old, small white stripe on
nose; had on a Texas saddle and bridle; no
shoes. A liberal reward will be paid for said
horse at STANTON & MOORE'S,
fe21 322 Front street.
SALE OR EXCHANGE.
"pESIDENCE A S6000 brick residence, in
L first-rate order. Will be exchanged for
improved or unimproved city or country pro
perty oi less value, tne ainerence to te paid in
cash or on time. TREZEVANT & CO.
ROOMS AHD BOARD.
BOARD A gentleman and wife can be ac
commodated with board In n private fam
ily. Best references required. Address
ezz si. t. l'., Appeal omce
BOARD A pleasant, furnished front room
and board can be had on reasonable terms
by immediate application at 65 Linden street.
Reference required. fc22
BOARD AND LODGING Mrs. Witt is pre
pared to accommodate a few lodgers and
day-boarders at No. 57 Linden street, corner of
St. Martin. Je22
TTOUSE AND LOT A house and lot, No. C6,
on St. Martin street, between Linden and
I'ontotoc. mis property will oe soia cneap.
EDWIN A. SPOTSWOOD,
fe22 5)4 Madison btreet.
BOARD Board, with very desirable front
room, furnished. Price moderate. Ho
Monroe street. fe2j
BOARD Board in a private family Meth
odist preferred. Reference given.
Address M. THORN, Appeal office.
ROOMS Nicely furnished rooms with or
without board; terms reasonable. Apply
at LehnerHonse, corSecond and Washington.
BOARDING Nice front room, with board.in
a private family; no other boarders; con
venient to business. Address "Company,"
care Sledge, McKay & Co.
BOARD One nice room and board for man
and wife, at 72 Court street. fef
BOARDING A desirable suit or rooms for
family; also, furnished rooms for single
gentlemen, at 72 Madison street. ja23
BOARD Good board can be obtained at 71
Union stieet, with or without lodging.
LOOMS AND BOARD-Cholce or two nice
IX, front rooms, with board, for family or
111 MONROE ST.
BOARD Furnished or unfurnished rooms,
with board, at Mrs. Lonergan's. cor. Third
and Washington. Day-boarders also accom
modated, ueierences given ana required.
SITUATION A situation as Carriage-driver
KJ ana Gardener.
Can give good reference.
jf . ., care mis omce.
MECHANIC A mechanic to do both black
smith and wood work in a country shop.
Good waces given, or an interest in the busi
ness. Good profit guaranteed.
Address C. M. OBENCHAIN & CO.,
feZ2 Walnut Bend. Ark.
lOOK, WASHER AND 1RONER A woman
to cook, wash and iron.
Apply at 308 Union street.
AGENTS Agents for the best-selling article
ever offered. Every business man wants
It, Apply at once at 177 Main street. Extra
inducements to a man that has cash or good
property to exchange for a paying busi
ITUATION To do housework In a small
O famUy, American preferred, bv a young
gin. Apply at
BOARD-A gentleman and wife wish to ob
tain board in a private family where
there are no other boarders; suburbs of the
city preferred. Address
fe21 H. K., care Appeal.
FURNITURE To rent a chamber set of fur
niture, by a family with no small children,
for an indefinite time. Liberal price will be
paid and the best of care taken ot the furni
ture. Address, for one week,
le21 R. CI., A ppeal office.
HELP Of all classes, male and
white and colored, to bo had at No. li
Poplar street, under Overton Hotel. Ofllce
fees, Jl 50 for each servant, male or female.
THOS. MCCARTHY & CO., Labor Agents.
A GOOD COOK, WASHER AND 1RONER
white or colored, married or single, to go
twelve miles In the country. Liberal wages
paid. Inquire at 278 Main street. Charleston
ticket ofllce. ED. R. HART.
OOK A good Cock to go to the country.
One witn gin or ooy preieireu. -iPP'i
t uHAcnuioij uuiiju.
AGENTS Live, active agents for the coun
try. Inducements extra, wotk light, pay
cash. Address H. C KING,
fee 1B2 Main street, Memphis, Tenn.
n nrlce for Be
pay the highest
price for second-hand furniture, stoves,
Jel H. M. DOUGLASS & CO.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, Feathers
and Household Goods of all kinds, bought
at So- Second street. H. T. B1NNOTT.
-rERBON8 wantine Bored Wells, call at
IT HECK'S, 399 Second st.
COTTAGE Handsome new cottage, six
rooms, healthy location, South Memrhls.
fe3) J. W. VERNON.279 Main st.
LAND 8i acres rich land, with houses and
orchard, near State Female College.
ie20 Sv. A. WHHATLEY, 2SQ Main St.
TJOUSE With tnree rooms and kitchen,
li o. 88 wmcnesier avenue. Appiy ai.
15S ALABAMA ST.
COTTAGE House of five rooms and large
; pantrj'. large yard, convenient to street
cars. Apply corner Elliott and South streets.
OPEN LAND With necessary
buildings, etc., near Shelby Depot.
Price, S3 per acre. Inquire or
' J. M. WILLIAMS 4 CO.,
fe!7 202 Front street.
"YTEAT COITAGE Four rooms, cistern and
i garden spot; twenty-five dollars per
month. Apply at225 Elliott street. fe!7
O TORE The storehouse recently occupied
J by Hill, Terry & illtcheli,lo. Jiam
street, Eclipse block. A
fel5 R. C. BRIN
,3S Madison t.
RESIDENCE A residence of 7 rooms on
Carroll avenue one square from Poplar
nurnicm, .Minor Men wetner, oio aecnau m.
FRONT ROW STORE-Reasonably.
J. I. ANDREWS, 252 Front St.
I) EaiUfcJNUK-My residence. 112 Adams St.
LV Apply to c.
Metcalf, omce 29 South
PLANT ATION-At a great bargain, that
well-known cotion plantation "Dog-
wouu, Niuftwju ... lAjauuina county. Mlsa
near Roblnsonville and McLoud's Landlne
For lull parti culars apply to s'
fe3 BULavi. w.,sMadUonstreeL
RESIDENCES, gardens, cotton lands cheaD
W.A. WHEATLEY. 230 Main
fj TORE And three rooms. No. 48 Main st
57 JEFFERSON ST.
18 MULBERRY STREET.
AWYKKU OFFICE In Kit Williams
block, corner juwumju ana isecona street.
a2 O. A. BTOVALL.
OFFICES Cottages, and one ctoreroom on
Main street. Apply to
M" MflKAK. MYKRH &. HN KKU,
, ya aiain street
w RT.EDGE. AIO
HLEXKiE, iiOKAY & CO.
RESIDENCES Dwelling, 8 rooms. Union sL
Also suburban residence and 12 acres.
ifx OR MERIWETHER, 310 Second st.
On collateral, from 85 to SIOOO.
cr. Adams nd Water streets.
O proved business or residence real estate In
Memphis; If desirable, differences in valua
tion will be received or paid In cash. Address,
giving descriptive particulars, through post-
omce, v x juuc.it,. go, zrj iT0Dt street. de28
PROF. JOS. ANDERSON, 8 Jefferson St.,
f urnishes music for dancing parties. Satls-
acuon guaranteed. Any numberlnstrnments
ivruj-iub Holders of special tax receipts
A Selma, Marlon and Memphis Railroad
Company tax can have stock issued by pre
senting the same at the office of the company,
89 Madison street, in sums of fifty dollars, or
immumpie. s. a, vukkust. rresmenu
FOR S AXE OR RENT.
PLANTATION Of 165 acres under fence,
rlcn soil, at Horn Lake Depot, Mississippi
aim Tennessee railroad, xiouses .
B. B. BARNES.
fe!9 .No. 2!5 Main street, Memphis.
OU1TS 600 masquerade salts, at the French
yj store, tux .mrrMSWSUM
nOTTAGE A handsome new cotlace. No.
L 90 Orleans street; will sell on favorable
terms. Apply to
no26 E. M. APPKRHON A CO.
LAND Six hundred an.l fifty acres or more
of land, lying two miles from Dowd's land
ing, .Mississippi, will De rented lor ssmi, or in
lots to suit at fiom $5 to SS per acre. Apply to
Mrs. C. a. POWELL,
T. O. FERGUSON.
Dowd's Landing, Miss., or Helena, Ark.
QOOMS Newly furnished rooms, without
IV board, at ai .Monroe street, near second.
FARM AND WOOD-YARD The best point
for selling goods and a receiving ana for
warding business on the .Mississippi river a
Sooa r arm ana nooa-iam. iiiuuer uuuu
ant. Liberal terms will bo offered to a re
sponsible party. Address, care of Appeal
Office, - AKKAJiSAS.
QTOVE For parlor or office, and six chairs,
Kj cneap, at iZiiAin oi.
SALOON And stock of old liquors at a
first-class stand on Main street, inquire
at oio AiAiiN ax.
CNGINE Good second-hand engine, -very ;
LU cheap; lti-lnch bore and zi-mcn stroke.
Apply to BARLOW &. WHITE, 53S Main bt.
TJOARDING-HOUSE First-class boarding-
Xj nonse. Aaaress jiuusi, attnisomce.
OTOCK and FIXTURES Of Millinery Store.
DRAY AND "HARNESS Inquire
J. M. WILLIAMS & UU..
202 Front street.
TJOARDING-HOU6E With new furniture,
J located between Main and front streets,
with cood patronage. Unavoidable circum
stances compel me to sell. Apply at this
TITULKS The good lot of farm mules in, at
nx as j enerson street.
M W It J. J. EUBANKS & CO.
tOW Fine acclimated inlIh-cow, with
C. A. GASTON, 33 Madison St.
SASH, Doors, Blinds, Glafs, Paint cheapest
In town. C. QUAOKENBUSH,316Secondst
MULES AND HORSES-We have just re
ceived 100 head of good mules and horses,
and ofler extra inducements to stock buyers.
Call at Court Square Stables before buying
eisewnere. j. a. tAiitm a w.
DESIRABLE STORE HOUSE At Como,
Miss., immediately at depot; built in
1S73. For particulars apply to
fe3 BULKLEY & CO.. 39 Madison sf
O ORSES AND MULES.
IX Three hundred head of Horses and mules
Just arrived from the blue grass country oj
Kentucky at J. N. PAINE'S Mammoth Sta-
1 les, Nos. 79 and 85 Monroe street, where they
will be found under the supervision of their
owners, uoi. I'leia ana owiers an gentlemen
of respectability and fair dealing. Parties
desirous of purchasing trood sound stock will
do well to call and examine for themselves.
No trouble to show stock. fe2
-pRICK RESIDENCE On "Union st,: good
XJ repair, good rent, nine rooms.
Ja2S W. A. WHEATLE Y, 2S0 Main
"1TTOOD (00 cords of
wood all kinds-
f f cheaper than ever.
H. B. PACKER & CO-
191 Second street.
T RICK For salo as low as any In the mar-
XJ Ket. a
, OVERTON & CO., 2M Second St.
CiNGINE Eight or ten-horse power, with
xjj Doner. Apniy annisonice. uei.
I.INQINES CUBBINS & GUNN. Adams st.
Ci have for sale some of the most substan
tial and elegantly finished st luonary engines
in the United States. The Br position eneine.
bo much admired by thousands. Is among the
number. It is 50-horse power. Gentlemen de
siring engines for mills, etc., should call and
examine. For simplicity and strength they
nrexiot to oe exceiiea leu
RELIGIOUS SERVICES TO-DAI'.
St. John's Methodist Church
Corner Lauderdale and Vance. Rev. Lewis A,
Rudlslll. pastor. Class-meetlnc. 0i3Q a.m
Preaching at 11 a.m. by the pastor, and at 7
p.m. oy itev. J. u. unanauer.
Second Cumberland Presbyteri-
a.v Ciiurcu Vance Street. Preachlne at 11
a.m.by Rev. J.D. Stewart. Sunday-school at
Court-street Cumberland Pres
byterian Ciiukcii. Services this morning
and to-mgnt Dy i;e v. v. urisman.
Grace (Episcopal) Church Her
nando ttreet, near Vance. The bishop of Ar
kansas will preach in this church this morn
Alabama - Street Presbyterian
Church Corner Jonct avenue and Alabama
ttreet. Services at 11 a.m. and Thi pjn. by Rev.
J. O. Stedman, pastor. Sabbath-school at 9J4
ajn. Prayer-meeting Wednesday evening at
Georgia-Street Church. -Preach
ing at 11 ajn. by the pastor. Rev. Edward
Slater, Jr., and at730pjn. by Rev. E.C. Slater.
Sunday-school at 9 a.m.
First Methodist Church Corner
Poplar and Second ttretU. Services at 11 a.m.
and ii p.m. by Rev. 8. B. Surratt, pastor. Sab
bath-school at QX a.m.
Central Methodist Church
Union ttreet. Services at 11 a.m. by R,ev.
E. C. Slater. Subject: "The Conflict and
Crown." Edward Slater, Jr., will preach at
Rev. David Walk will preach in this church
at 11 a.m. and 7J p.m. Communion at 10
First Baptist Church Near Cor
ner of Second and Adamt ttreet. Rev. Geo,
A. Loftou, pastor. Services" at 11 a.m. and 7
First Congregational Church
Union ttreet. Services at 11 aun. by Rev. A.
E. Baldwin, jiastor. Sunday-school at 1, aan.
Church of the Good Shepherd
KriscorAl.) Chelsea, corner Mill and Fourth
ttreett. Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. by Rev.
p. s. Ruui, rector, sunaay-scnooi at a a.m
Elder T. C.Horne, Old-School Bap
tist, will preach this (Sunday) morning, at 11
o'clock, at Mrs. Bt yant's schoolhouse on Ech
ols street, near hjiioiu
Calvary (Episcopal) Church.
Corner Adams and Second ttreett. Services in
the morning and evening, lie v. George White,
St. Mary's Church Foplar street
Holy communion at 7 ajn.; morning prayer,
with sermon at ii a.m.
The first circuit court has adjourned
We have on hand a few papers of
the eighteenth, containing a full account ef
Aiarai uras. -
In the probate court yesterday A.
A. Burlison was appointed administrator of
.Ladles wno go snopping nave very
unpleasant walking on account of the mud
Business on the streets yesterday
was very brisk, despite the inclement weather
and muaoy streets.
The Memphis Bethel celebrates its
first anniversary this afternoon at the Ex
change building, to which the public are in
vited. Billy .Lieben, the great news-dealer
at 236 Main, and at the corner of Main and
Poplar streets, can furnish you with any
thing in the news line. He also keeps a good
took or novels ana a nne assortment oi sta
tionery. At Mrs. Mansford's news empori
um, corner of Monroe and Second streets, will
be found all the latest nqvels, daily, weekly
and Illustrated newspapeu, magazines, and,
in fact, everything pertaining to tne news
business, Besides a large ana weii-seiected
stock of stationery.
At the grand central news depot,
No. 2S5 Main street, will be found this morn
ing a large and complete lot of novels, maga
zines, weekly, Illustrated and dally papers.
Jimmle Corwin, the clever and attentive pro
prietor, will be on hand as usual.
Next Tuesday evening the Knights
oflnnlstallwuielve a grani ball at Coch
JS'i.SfJS owtMt&i 1 the oldSt orter
or Chivalry Ju exUtene, having originated
hundreds of centnrtea ago. This Bali tha 2t
given by these knlghta & Meniut Vl
pleasant entertainment. ' w " D0 a
Marriage-licenses during the last
week were issued to the followlng-named tr
pons, and have been returned, executed - t
-a. Fly and Miss M. V. Blgby, Asa B. Dougia
and Miss Ophelia C. Hlnes, W. H. vickerv
tand Mitts Georglanna Groom, A. H.arigby
and Henrietta Lenow, Joseph "H. Knox and
Annie Cooper, Fred, bean and Fanny Van
trand, E. A. Smith and Miss A. B. Hume,
ueorgo Aourman and Mrs. E. Tboeier.
Mr. O. H. P. Finer made a contract
yesterday tore-build the machine shops of
me juouisviue rauroaa, wnicn were aestroyea
by flro about three weeks since. The new
building will be fire-proof, of brick, with Iron
and slate roofs. The work will be commenced
at once. The buildings will consist of a large
machine shOD. a laree roundhouse, carpenter
shops, store-rooms, oil-rooms, etc., and will
proDamy cover several acres, improvements
will also be made at tne depot.
Thieves found their way into the
residences of Mr. John McKlnzIe and Mrs.
Parish, In Colllcrville, Friday night, and ab
stracted seventy dollars from the former and
a hundred and eighty from the latter. The
village has lately secured the services of an
efficient night-watch, which has stopped the
store-breaking proclivities of these night ma-
rauaers, out iney emulate me enterprise oi
her more worthy citizens, though in an op
posite direction, and have extended their
operations to the suburbs.
The secretary, Dr. Malone, of the
Memohla hoard of hpalth. fnrnisTiea tho fnl.
lowing mortuary report lor the weekending
jAGEj HEX. ICOL'R CAUSE.
Rev. T. Root
L. W. Stewart
D. G. Kennev.
male., white pneumonia
female white meningitis
male... white liver cmpl't
female white consump'n
male white debility
male I white pneumonia
male colo'd Dneumonia
male j white paraplegia
female white pueperal fr
male, white' pneumonia
Child D Clarki
malo .colo'd (gunshot w
male... white dysentery
v. A. z.wierel
male (White paralysis
males, 10; females, 6; white; 11;
The Bluff City shooting club has
perfected all the arrangements for the grand
deer chase and the great pigeon match to take
place at the Agricultural Fair grounds on
Thursday next, the twenty-sixth instant. For
the deer chase four packs of noted hounds
have been entered by their owners, well
known citizens of Memphis. As these packs
contain some crack dogs, the public may ex
pect most excellent sport. The pigeon match
will bring out some of our best shots. The
prizes three solid sliver cups offered by the
club are beautiful, and will be contested for
by our amateur marksmen. Special trains
will leave the Charleston depot at half-past
teo o'clock In the moraine, half-past twelve
and half-past four o'clock in the afternoon.
Fare twenty-five cents for tha round trip.
Entries for the pigeon match must be made
to Joseph Spec lit, jr., secretary.
List of undelivered telegrams re
maining at the Western Union telegraph
office, No.33 Madison street: P.S.Jones, J. w.
ReiUey. Sledge, McKay & Co2, Perry fc Peres,
James Cannon, Dr. George White, A. M. Age
lasto, 2, J. Terrell & Co., 8. P. Read, Brode fc
Cooper, F. M.Cooley, Alex.WooIdridge, Rhoda
Smith, Captain R. L. Haines, Rudolph Werr,
i'ouesui, Aiaiaiesia c uo., uscar iuesneii;
Green fc Lucas, Mrs. Gabe. Kl. en. Ford, Por
ter k Co., Peabody Hotel; J. M. Ellis; James
A. Cameron G.Falls & Co.; S. E. Carver & Co.,
E. Hobart & Co, Hamdtou fc Smith, J. A.
Hays. jr.. E. D. Cobb &. Co..
Wicks, Terry 4 Co., J. II. Mulford, jr., W.T.
Eustis, J. T. Ross, E. M. Apperson, L. Lawhorn
& Co., 2, Bcbmidlapp Bros., Geo. Mackey,
Thos. 11. Estls, Oliver, Flnnie & Co., B. Zonan-
nl & Co., Manhattan bank, A. A. Patton &
Co., R. O. Danell, Benj. Babb, H. Williams,
Plaut. LaCrolx & Co.. General C. Greene, s. B.
Miller, Chas. Almsler, 8. P. Read, E. F. Wood,
THE GEEAT BED STORE.
The sale of all kinds of
at extremely low prlce3 continues for
one noit: WEEK.
At one-fourth their value,
J UST RECEIVED A LARGE LINE
(excellent' quality, all shades), 75c a pair.
to; frank & co.f
227 Mala street.
THE SOUTHERN CATHOLIC.
This is the name of a now weekly pa
per to do puDiisneu in this city, and its first
number will be issued next Saturday. Dr.J.
W.Rogers assumes the editorial conductor
the paper, and from his well-known and con
ceded ability, all will be justified in exDect-
jng a gooa, reaaaDie journal. Having a large
territory in tnis section, wnicn is not filled by
any local uamoiic competitor, tne paper cer
tainly starts under fair promises of success.
D. E. Syme, of New York, is visi tine
We are indebted to J. H. Webber.
of 316 Front street, for a file of English papers.
We understand that Mrs. F. G.
O'Byrne will give a readlnir for the benefit of
bu Jiaryy Episcopal church, Easter week.
Messrs. J. A. Lang and Henrv
Everett leave our city with the Barrett troupe
this morning. We commend these gentle
men to our friends, and hope their future may
uo uriiib uuu uappy.
Hamilton J. Smith, an actor from
this city, who had been nlavlnsr under the
name of Notllmah SmltninNew York, yes
terday committed suicide at the Fifth Avenue
hotel in that city, so stated by a New York
Our friend Marcellus Iiocan. formerly
connected with the house of Lloyd, Clark &
whchuuuw uo juunu wua Jie&brs. w is.
Jack&Co.,22l Main Btreet, where he will
do pieasea to see all or nis old mends and cus
tomers. The accomplished aud beautiful Miss
Margaret Walker, or Huntsvllle, Alabama,
who for the last several weeks has been on a
visit to iier relatives in this city, left lor her
home on the half-past eleven o'clock train
JjAwrence Barrett, the eminent
actor, after Plavinir the most brilliant ami
successftil engagement or the season, leaves
this morning ror Cairo. Mr. Davy, formerly
i uiu uh.v, uui now mo general agent ot air.
Barrett, accompanies him, and will always
prove useful and well-fitted for themanage-
Mayor G. W. C. Johnston and lad v.
and Mr. Thomas G. Qulnnand lady.of Cincin
nati, ieavo ror home to-dav. v' r.prpt.tim
eujuuiuui iiit'segeiuieinen nas Deen so snort,
but hope they may again visit Memphis and
remain longer. They will always find an ap
preciative welcome and a eenerous entnrljiln.
Lmeutin our city, for whose people they did so
mucii uuringme yeuow-rever.
Many straneers who visited its as
"lookers-on in Vienna" during the carnival,
remained for several days the honored and
admired guests o their old and new-found
friends In Memphis. Among these we take
pleasure in mentioning the names of Miss
Katie Burch, Miss Maggie Phillips and Miss
Blanche Hardin, who yesterday lelt us for
their homes in Nashville, followed hr tho
sighs or many a gallant beau. We wish these,
our friends, a pleasant trip and a safe arrival
at thb capital city or our State.
Carl Gutherz. the Memuhis artist.
or whose excellence and fame we are all
proud, has achieved many triumphs, and
among them one with which we have acci
dentally become acquainted and are deter
mined, at all risks, to make known. The
picturesque and poetic features or the wonder
lully beautiful exhibition or the Memphl on
Mardl Gras, havo been universally praised.
Not only were the subjects and groupings
beautiful, but they were artistic not only
were thev artistic, but thev were full nf tliruu.
elements or natuie'sown characteristics that
appeal to the Instinct within every human
breast, whether cultivated with college pol
ish, or rude with barbarian negligence.
jueauty was mere, anu ravage anu civilized
alike recogn tied its power. What genius or the
nigner iana wavea nis wana, ana Drougnt
forth all these wondrous scenes? We are elad
to say that brilliant genius was one whom all
Memphis delights to honor our artist, Carl
Gutherz. His fancy conceived the Grand
Ouro on his throne, the travelers In the de
sert, the bachanals at the festival, and the
rest. If we are "telling tales out of school" in
revealing all this, we hope to be for
given, but the obligations of our
triumphant Mardl Gras to Carl Gutherz
we are determined shall be known.
BEAD il. Lowcnsteln &. Bros. New Ad.
Dr. C. William's Balsam or Iia CBerry
aud Wood Xaptba
For Coughs, Colds, Consumption and all dis
eases of the Throat and Lungs.
Stamping. A large stock of new and
elegant designs just received at the Singer
Sewing Maahlne rooms, 273 Main street.
-Attend Bobertson's Business College
NOW TOTJ CAN EAT OYSTERS,
JOHN A. SIGNA1UO, Sole Agent or
Howard & Bro., Norfolk, will sell at zs second
and 168 Main stteet,
Choice select, c por cuu.
Medium, 35c per can.
Ordinary, 25c per can.
Marrleized and Enameled Mantels,
and the celebrated Hackett grate. For
sale byH. Hainer, No. 342 Second street.
Go xo Leddln'a Business College.
A Yisll to Mrs. Miller, the Recently De
veloped Medium in Spiritualism
Mysterious Wonders Per
formed. Bell?, French Harps, TamborIncB,Chalr?,
Baskets, Etc., Manipulated by Un
seen, Hands A Beporter's
Hair on End.
Tho Davenport Brothers Outdone The
Made Cord Slate-Writing The
Cabinet Seance, Etc., Etc.
A representative of this paper last
n leht called at room No. 235 to witness a series
of spiritual manifestations by Mrs. Nannie D.
tinier, a medium wno is saia to possess ex
traordinary materializing powers, dv wnicn
sue can display, even in open da;
form and features of dead persons.
MRS. MILLER, THE MEDIUM,
is about twenty years of age, a native of
Georgia, small of stature, has dark brown
hair. olue. dreamy eyes, and, withal. Is quite
good-looking. The first evidence she gave of
her materialization powers was In January,
:, since which time she has been regarded
by avowed spiritualists as a medium possess
ing the most wonderful gift, and is able to ac-
compusn mucn mat is mysterious even to tne
Deiievers in ine tneory. upon arriving
AT THE DOOR,
tbo Apikaij man gave three rapi, and after
some delay, the spirit or an Indian chief con
sented to admit the visitor, who upon enter
ing found present Hex. nr. samuei watson,
Mr. Spellman, Mr. Miller and his wife, the
meuium, wno was in a paper caDinet wun
her hands securely tied with a red cord. By
her side were two chairs, while on the floor
were two iiTencn narp, two Dens, two tam
bourines and a basket. This cabinet was in
the corner of the room which presented
an appearance not unlike any other.
After an examination by which we satisfied
ourselves that the hands of Mrs. Miller were
firmly tied, we took seats,
THE LAMP WAS DIMMED,
and in less than a minute's time a chair wr-s
suspended upon the medium's arm, her hands
oeing still tied, xno curtain aroppeo, ana
when it was raised there was a chair sus-
and the chairs, at the falling of
the curtain, would be turned up
side down, then crossways, while
the basKet would also assume different posi
tions. During this time the hands were firm
ly tied, but the arms were through the rounds
oi tne cnairs ana tne oasnei nanuie. w nen
ever the curtain arose the light was turned
un so as to see that the cord around the cross
ed hands was still binding them. These tricks
were like those or the Davenport Brothers,
no more wonderlul, no less mysterious to the
solution or an observer. The spirits were now
GIVE US MUSIC
upon the different instruments already spo
ken ot. we tnen examined me meuium s
hands, and saw that they were tied. The
light was turned low, the curtain of the cabi
net dropped, there was a rattling within, and
an at once me spint-muric Degan. nie music
was by no means good, and was rather quick.
The sound of the different Instruments,
however, could be heard; but the music
was rather spasmodic than regular. We were
told that the Instruments were old and out
of tone. After playing these awhile, the
notes of an accord eon were also heard In con
nection with the others. By request of one
oi tne party,
HANDS AND ARMS,
fair and snow like, were shoved out of a
souare aperture In the cabinet curtain, which
was co ered with a black cloth. Hie musical
Instruments were alternately showed through
this window and finally the spirits became so
enthusiastic that they shoved out the basket
and quickly snatched it uacK. xney aiso
seized upon the handkerchier of one or the
gentlemen present, but after taking it into
the cabinet returned It to the owner. The
Appeal man asked if any of the instruments
would hit him on the head, but was assured
that he would not be harmed or injured.
Finally, after giving many manifestations,
which, Uke the ones alluded to, were alter
the manner of the Davenport Brothers, we
WHO WERE THE SPIRITS?
We were told thatWillie Jackson and Thomas
Martin rung the bells, while the spirit ot R.
Francis Routhwell played the music. Never
having known these persons In Ufe, we made
no Inquiry as to their mundane history, or
tneir present apoae in ppini-iana. o were
Informed that the cabinet ieance was ended,
and that wo conld have manifestations of
another kind, although the medium was very
much wearied, as she had been sitting since
six o'clock: for It was now three hours later,
The curtain was raised, and the writer was
UNTIE THE CORD
which bound the medium. She was
tied around the waist to the chair
by the cord, which also firmly held her hands..
Despite nis turn nnger-naiis, me writer iounu
no difficulty In untying the knots, although
told that three of them were hard to undo.
These knots are Ingeniously made, and though
apparently intricate, they were not as diffi
cult to undo as thev ameared to one of awk
ward hands and stiffened fingers. Around
the medium's wrists were red marks
lert by the cord which had been pulled so
tlshtlv that it mnst have been nalnlul to the
medium. Upon emerging from the cabinet
we were allowed me oenent oi
A rnde table, covered with two thick
blankets, were placed over It. The
medium, taklnir her seat at one end,
placed a short pencil upon the slate,
which she then placed under the table. We
then heard a scratching, and upon the slate
being produced, on it was written, in very
uncouth calligraphy : "All gone but me." We
asked who the spirit was that wrote the
words, and were told that it was Redface, the
Indian, who always called those present
by the name of chief. When the
siate was next put under the
table an iron ring wns thrown out and feu
upon the floor. This was one or the two that
had Deen placed around the medium's arm
while she was in the cabinet. When the
slate was returned upon it was written the
question, "Did you see that chlel?" rererrlng
to the ring. The slate was again placed
under the table, and the medium
holding it there with her right hand, while
the lelt one rested in full sight upon the top
of the table. When the slate came forth, ft
bore a paper ot Mr. Miller's tacks, and the
words, "Here, medium chief, me has brought
yuur laciia uuuic. mo biuic? uciui;
put under the table this time, it
came back bearing a toy dog and
the words. "Look here. Chief Watson.
here is a chief dog." Dr. Watson said, "I don't
want any dog," Upon the slats being re-
nlaced. it came back with the remark. "Me
don't care me want some candy."Thereupon
a piece of stick-candy an inch long and hair
an men tmck. anu wrappea in paper, was
placed on the slate, which was then put un-
uer me taDie. i. bounu use a nnger nau
SCRATCHING THE CANDY TO ATOMS,
was heard, and alter several minutes
the slate came, but nothing was lelt on it.
An examination showed only a very few
crumbs of the candy on the floor, though we
did not examine Mrs. Miller's finger-nails.
The spirit chief next wrote almost unintel
ligibly upon the slate, "Me Is too sharp ror
you; you can t nnu tne canay.- xnis was me
interpretation ot the scratching, as made
by the medium, Mrs. Miller. Dr. Watson
having suggested that it was grow
ing late, and that he would go
it the chief spirit would throw
the Instruments out or the window. The
spirit next wrote something very unintelligi
ble, but according to the medium It read:
" Chief Watson-you getting tired of me; you
want to go." The same spirit again wrote
most unintelligibly, but the medium glanc
ing at It said It was: "Chief Watson, don't
come here any more; me wants to move."
Dr. Watson said he forgot that he had made
an engagement with Mr. Estes for Monday, but
would obey the request, it was then stated
that the medium would move that day to
Union street. The first part of the next
writing was:"Youn chief, me sees." The
rest being mere scratching, we referred It to
the medium, who said It was, " Young chief,
tti i. lrt,mi-u vrrhnt vm, nra rrittnir nhint. mi "
and that It referred to the Appeal man. The
succeeding writing was also mere scratching,
nut tne medium aecipnereu it as reierring to
the writer to be, " If you don't watch you will
trlve me the blgheau like uranam." uur cu
riosity being aroused, we asked
WHO IS THIS GRAHAM?
and ascertained that he was a boardlnghouse
clerk of Evansvllle, Indiana, an Intimate ac
quaintance ol Charlie Roberts, of the Courier
ot mat piace, wno requestea nim to visit, me
medium upon visiting juempuis last year.
Graham did so. but the Indian chief
said the visit gave him the big-
head, spirit as he is. The slate being
again produced, the writing caused
Mr. and Mrs. Miller to laugh, and they rubbed
It out, refusing to tell us Its meaning. The
former, looking at the writer, said: "Chief
Kediace. vou musn'i De too personal." rne
Appeal man said he was supposed to have no
modesty, and was Incapable of offense- be
cause of persenal allusions. Dr. Watson said
at mis juncture mat most an ol tne maians
were spiritualists, and that John Wesley.
more than a hundred years ago, spoke of this
when he met tne savages in Georgia.
THE SPIRIT, CHIEF REDFACE,
being encouraged by this historical allusion,
wrote auicKi unou me siate. out umnteiug-
bl v : " Chief Watson, how many papoose have
you?" The medium said this was what it
was. though we could not decipher the
Dr. watson . uuveouv one.
itr. Miller He means, how many members
iinvB von in vour family?
Dr. watson i want io2put we spirit cniei
to the test, xen me now many cnuaren i.
hnvp in both worlds.
Thnttiateurjon being returned bore words
no one could decipher, sava the medium, who I
said what mey reaa, out wnicn we ao not
publish, because the reply was as untruthful
as It was unintelligible. Suffice to say that
the reply was so lunny mat tne reporter said,
"nhtfif Kediace. you are getting humorous."
The next writing, uninteUigible as the pre
ceding, was Interpreted by the medium to
read, "UOOU uigut, vuiciat uu, Kit? luo u iuo
was then dissolved, and upon asking why
th.u thin era were not done in onen light, the
ranorter was told that materialization we a
DeSl aUU JUUiv av.uuiiusucu .u .uu
dark. The reporter, however, could not see
why dark conditions were necessary for ma
terialization of spiritual entities, and stated
that the tmng" Huuea, wmie myaienuua
to some.' were by no means satisfactory or
convincing to all.
BELLS AND BALLS.
A new assortment of the novel sets of collars'
and cuffs linked with
BELL'J AMD BALLS,
And other novelties just In. Call early at
HERZOG it BROTHER'S.
Memphis Steam Dyeing
llshment, 61 Madison street.
Or Oar Own Direct Importation,
THE CHEAPEST OX THE CONTINENT.
B. Lowensteio & Bros.
Mrs. Cbanrran Next Weeb.
The management of the Memphis
Theater seem determined to signalize the
close of the seeson. Following arter Mr. Bar
rett, we are glad to have Mrs. Chanfrau to
morrow night, or her the Chicago Timet
says: "Mrs. Chanfrau's celebrity as an artist
dates from her exquisite performance or
"Ophelia"" In support or Edwin Booth's
"Hamlet," at his theater in New York,
during the winterer 1852. It will be remem
bered that the play bad a run of one hun
dred nights, something unprecedented
in the case of such a standard
Shakespearean play. Mrs. Chanfrau's poetic
and beautiful conception or the part contrib
uted greatly to the success or the season, and
elicited from the most critical Judges a degree
of enthusiastic admiration rarely vouchsafed,
even to brilliant talents. Subsequently to
this, she has associated her name very suc
cessfully to a number or roles. There are few
actresses on the American stage so lovely and
attractive in person and in character, and her
quiet, natural, refined style of acting Is a lux
ury, after the broad effects that seem to be
aimed at by most of those who make the stage
a profession. As an actress we regard her as
one oi me very Dest on tne stage."
Mr. Lawrence Barrett, unquestionably
one of the greatest artists on the stage, closed
his engagement at the theater last night,
playing " Richard III." We need hardly say
mat ne orouznt to me nenormance oi tnis
difficult character the same care, culture, and
taste he evinced as " Casslus," In Julius Ctetar,
as "Hamlet," aa "Richelieu," and as "King
Lear," and that the audience evidenced its
appreciation by a discriminating applause as
mat wnicn was generally snowerea upon mm
auring me wees, generally compelling nis ac,
kno wledgment of the high esteem orourneoDlc
before the curtain after every act. Mr.Barrett,
we venture to say, nas never appearea to Det-
ter advantage anywhere, and has never
achieved so many successes as here. He has
had crowded houses every night, and has not
been left In any doubt as to the appreciation
or the neonle. with whom he is an established
favorite, occupying a place in their hearts
peculiarly nis own, unaiviuea ana warm, we
shall gladly welcome him next season, and
assure him, even thus far in advance, of a
welcome equal, if not superior, to that with
which we greeted him on Monday night and
continued during last week. He left for St.
Louis lasLxlxht by boat, with his company,
Mrs. MHfnTrau takes bis place, commencing
Last night closed the season in this
city of Fox & Denler's Uumvtii-Dumvtu
which has held the stage at the Greenlaw Op
erahouse to good audiences every night dur
ing me wees; me maunee oi yesieraay, es
pecially, being well attended. Besides the
comlcalties and wonderful transformations or
the pantomimes, we mention especially the
trained birds under the skillful direction of
Mlle Rhoda, the singing and dancing of the
French twin sisters, the comet-nlavin? of 1 lttle
xommie r isa me nve-year-oia musical won
derthe spade and ladder-dancing of Mafiin
the Chinese athletes, altogether formlnc one
of the most Interesting entertainments. The
troupe go irom mis city to riew urieans.
Prof, Hnellcr's Dnnsnntc Soiree,
Professor Mueller's weekly dancine soiree.
at the Memphis club hall, was very largely
HhMUiucu j, cawiuoj uibciuwuittiiu ilia uuuier
OUS pupils evinced, a remarkable Improve
........ .1 ... i ....... .i i.i .
ment since tneir last public appear
ance. r.ven me smallest oi me cmi
dren, under the instructions of this able
professor and accomplished gentleman, have
made wonderful progress In tho terpslcho
rlan art, of which he is such a thorough mas
ter, xne parents oi tne pupns are well satis-
fled and highly gratified with tho manner In
wnicn tneir cnuaren nave Deen taucnt bv
Professor Mueller, who also pays attention to
the social culture of the children of his acad
In Plain, Spotted and Striped Linen
Collars and Cuffs, with
Call and examine at
JOHNSTON & NUNNS,
Opposite Peabody Hotel.
The Knights of Pythias Relief Com
mlttee meets every Monday afternoon at half-
past two o'clock. All applications for assist
ance snouia oe mute prior to mat time at sss
BY ORDER OF THE COMMITTEE,
THE GREAT RED STORE.
FINE FANS, ETC.
Elliott Rldgoly's Establishment.
FOB HALE VERY CHEAP.
WM. FRANK & CO.,
227 Main street.
If you want to eet your leaky roofs
put in goou repair, sena your oraer to John
W. Jvearns, No. 3a Main Btreet.
Chronic coughs are not always
symptomatic of disease of the throat and
lungs. Sometimes they are sympathetic with
disorder of the stomach or liver or other de
rangements of system. These coughs, from
whatever cause they may proceed, can always
be relieved by Mansfield's Hungarian Balsam
of Life, which wl'l also effect a permanent
cure ir they are the result or a cold or any irri
tation or innammation oi me air passages.
Where they cannot be immediately traced to
an attack or catarrh or influenza, the cause
should bo searched for more deenly, and If
from any signs or biliousness It Is suspected,
as is frequently the case, that the stomach or
liver is concerned, Dr. W. Brazier's Liver
Medicine taken In connection or alternating
witn Hungarian rsaisam oi ijiie, is certain to
cure the patient entirely. In the ordinary
moist cough which accompanies or follows a
cold, Mansfield's Hungarian Balsam of Life
Is a specific curative and may be relied upon
in all cases. This preparation Is purely vege
table and perfectly harmless.
F. Klein, the fashionable French
merchant tailor, at No. 17 Jefferson street,
keeps the best and finest stock of goods In the
city. He invites an Inspection and guarantees
OVERCOATS AND CLOTHING
Johnston & Vance, clothiers and deal
ers in gentlemen's furnishing goods, under the
Peabody Hotel, No. 305 Main street, continue
to offer the rarest Inducements to all peisons
who need anything in their line. We cannot
Hay too much of the excellent quality of goods
kept by this firm, whose members have al
ways endeavored to select only such as would
suit this market. Among the assortment was
a large quantity of overcoats of the latest style
and of every conceivable color. Owing to the
mild winter, Johnston & Vance have reduced
the price on these coats, and for this reason
tho public have lost no time In going there.
In a short while, the remainder of tall and
winter clothing will be packed up, and wo
urge upon the public the necessity of going at
once'to Johnston fc Vance's. They also offer
frockcoats, diagonals, kid-gloves, underwear,
cravats, studs, sleeve-buttons, cants, etc., all
ol the best kind, ror prices lower than can be
had at any other store in, the city. Now Is
the accepted time; go quick or yon are too
Just epeaed, aa Attractive Line of
spki a g r ei'LiNs,
la Exquisite Effects, at
X.OWENSTXIH . BROS'.
All mechanics and laborers, and also
thn nutiiiR penerallv favoring temperance, are
Invited to call at the residence of J. M. Ma-'
hafly, No. S Trezevant street, this Sunday
afternoon at three o'clock, to organize a tem
YOUNG & BRO.,
218 Main street.
January. Forsale by
See advertisement of want-
in another column.
Memphis Steam eyeing .Estab-
llshment, 61 Madison street.
Mr. J. C. Oates feeds well for. thirty
cents at -' : .. . .
JUUl UAtU UEAXttAL.
WHI1E GOODS I ! WHITE GOODS ! !
A SPLENDID LINE.
Nnlnsaolis, Jaconets, Swisses,
Striped and Cnecbed Cambrics,
Bishop's ana Victoria Laws.
At Popalnr Prices.
LOWEHSTEIN & BROTHERS,
Main St., Corner of Jfferson.
The latest Btylea of boots, shoes and
suppers always to do leuna at xnomas n
Coffey & Co.'s, 336 Main street.
Costumes at D'Arey's den, 377 Main,
"How passing strange it is" that
every day of our lives we see men. women and
even children walking, as It were, on the brink
ot the Jgrave, as if they were doomed
to straggle along between, lire and
death with that dreadlal dlrease,
consumption, ror an ever faithful com
panion, and though this world has every at
traction lor mem, mey are not aoie to even
nartlclnato in its most dellcatn nleaxnrpH.
Now let those persons act wisely and Immedi
ately procure a DOtue oi
Dr. C. William' JIaUnm Wild Cherry
U11U nQDU AHptDS
and be restored to their former good health
ana nappiness. xnere ls no better prepara
tion for coughs, colds, consumption, bros-
chitis, asthma, or any diseases of the throat
anu lungs, cold by an druggists.
All mechanics and laborers, and also
the public generally favoring temperance, are
Invited to call at the residence or J. M. Mahaf
fy. No. STrezevant street, this Sunday after
noon nt tnree o'ciock, to organize a temper
NEW ALPACA SUITS
JUST RECEIVED AT
B. Lotvcnsteiii it Bros'.
The public sale of lots on Market
Square, Winchester and Main streets, next
Tuesday, creates more tnan ordinary interest,
prowl nir out of fhn -nrnnosltfon tn rinnstp
Market Square as the site or the new court- j
house. Should tbe proposition be adopted, or
wnicn mere is a strong prooaoiuty, the sale
affords a fine opening for speculation.
A FEW COPIES OF THE
Containing a full account of
MA EI) I GRAS,
May be had at our
CARD OF THANES.
We are indebted to H. T. Tomlinson,
airont for the O.ueen Insurance Comnanv-. nf
Liverpool and London, for the prompt ad
justment and payment of our loss by fire on
tne tentn instant.
bPECHT & WALTER.
Memphis, February 20, 1871.
In Bean lira I Spring Shades at
R- Loivensteiii A IJros'.
The reason Dunham's Yeast Powder
is so popular, is that it is the most eco
nomical, ana always gives satisfaction.
In every style, at 25 cents per dozen.
CHARLES FELIX'S SALOON. 351 Main.
The cheapest and best Steam Dyeing
Aito Cleaning Housk in the city is at
218 Second street, Hunt & Hanson's old
stand. HANSON & WALKER.
THE "CHAMPION GIN"
And Cotton Midler
For Ginning Cotton, with or without prevl.
ous picking from the boll. First Premium
(Blue Ribbon Diploma) awarded to It at the
Louisiana State Fair, prll, 1S70.
I have taken the General Agency for the
sale of the above Gin, and have one on exhi
bition at my Office,
Where my friends and the public are Invite
to call and examine into its merits as a
GREAT LABOR SAVER.
W. B. (IALBB EAXH.
c(JS. This Gin 18 particularly adapted to
Horse Power. an 10
HAVE this day sold, translerred and as
sienea to my nepnew. u. w. iuimonus
all and singular my one-half Interest In the
stock, assets and business of Edmonds, Petti
crew & Co., a firm composed of A. N. Ed
monds and J. M. Pettigrew, and doing busi
ness in me city oi Jiempnis anu state ot 't en
nessee. a. jn. iSiiJiUJNua.
The arm name will remain as heretofore.
December 11, 1873. fe3
crr The regular annual meeting of the Stock
holders of the Selma, Marion and Memphis
Railroad Company, for the election of Nine
Directors to serve during tha ensuing year,
will be held at the office of the Company, in
the city of Memphis, on WEDNESDAY, 4th
March, 1S74. JT. B. FORREST, President.
HAVING suggested the insolvency of the
estate of Patrick Smith, deceased, to the
Clerk of the County Court, this is to notify
au persons naviug claims against said estate
to file the same with the Clerk of the County
Court of Shelby county, Tennessee, properly
authenticated, on or before the 11th day of
jsiay, i74, or tne same win De lorever oarrea.
J. M. Gregory, Attorney. fel7
Oilice Life Association of America
St. Lotris, February 10, 1871.
In accordance with Section 6, of the
Amended Charter of the Life Association of
America, approved Sept. 30, 1S72, there will
be an election tor five members of the General
Hoard of Directors, to serve for the term of
three years, at the office of the Association, in
St. Louis, Mo., on Tuesday, the 17th day of
polls open from il am. to 3 p.m.
H. W. HOUGH, President.
J. S. PrKKCE, secretary. feI7 tne
3. T. TOBBAJTCTC
HUSH TORRANCE & SON,
Mot 10 Jefferson St., SCempbis.
J. C. JOHNSON & CO.,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
WINES & L
358 Main St, Memphis, Tenn.
DESIBE TO CAIL
EXQUISITE LINE OF
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF BLEACHED & BROWN
SHIRTINGS & SHEETINGS
OF THB MOST POPULAR HAKES AND IN ALL WIDTHS.
NswBlack Alpacas Cretonne Cloths
In 2Sovel Spring Shades.
NEW JAPANESE POPLIN:
127 BEAUTIFUL EFFECTS,
T ATTRACTIVE PRIG
IN EDGINGS, FLOUNCINGS AND INSERTIONS,
ABE OF OUR OWN DIRECT IMPORTATION,
And tho Cheapest and Most Beautiful ever seen in this city.
B, Loweiistein & Brothers
242 & 24A Main Street, cor. Jefferson.
FOB CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Memphis nnd S t. Lonls Packet Company
For Hickman, Columbus, Cairo and St. Louis.
Steamer JULIA, l w
Blake - rTMT
Leaves as above THIS DAY, Feb. d, atlu
AD. STORM. Treasurer.
FOB NEW ORLEANS.
St. Louis and Hew Orleans Packet Co
For Vlcksburg, Natchez andlNew Orleans
Str. JAMES HOWARDR.R.Pegram.master
J. H. Chassang, clerk.
This elegant steamer will leave
TIITB TliV TV , c .71
J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent, 4 Madison St.
Cincinnati and New Orleans Packet Co.
JTUK JN IS W ORLEANS ASD THE BENDS.
J. A. Wllilamsmaster I J. H. Reese, irxlerfc
Leaves THIS DAY, Feb. 22d, at 10 am.
R. W. LIGHTBHRNE, Agent,
f e21 290 Front street.
FOR ARKANSAS RIVER.
Memphis aad Arkansas River Packet
Co. United States Sfail Line.
For Pine Bluff and Little Rock and all points
through to Fort Smith.
R. W. DUG AN Ed. Nowland, master
jueaves inia xiax, i?eoruary
u, at a o ciock pjn. ,
JOHN N. HARBIN. Aeent. office in
Company's Wharfboat, foot of Court street.
For .Helena, Auburn, Rob Roy, Pine Bluff
and all Way Landiceu
Seile of Texas, s
J.Woodburn ...master JohnThrashercwri
jeaves i u n-Uii. I , teo. :m, at o p.m.
S. B. MILLER. Aeent.
Elliott Block, cor. Jefferson and Promenade.
For Cairo, Evansvllle, Louisville and Cin
J. N". Shnnk- master I Tiff S trlder. cleric
Leaves TUESDAY, Feb. 21th, at 5 pan.
E. D. COBB & CO., Agents, 266 Front st.
TTrr n Ton TmircrrrTW MrA"fT.Tr . rr
Str. JOHN KILGOUR Albert Stein, master
xnis eiesant passenger steamer
will leav3 as above
THIS DAY. February 2M. at i pjn
For freight or passage apply to
J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent,
fe22 4K Madison street.
For Helena, Friars Point, Napoleon, Chicot
uiy, ana aii way lmamgs, connecting at
Mouth of White Rlxer with the steamer
Katie on Wednesday trips Semi-Weekly
Packet. The elegant passenger steamer
Pat Cleburne, rnCr
W. J. ARhfnrrt. Tnamr
Leaves Memphis WEDNESDAYS and SAT
URDAY 8 at 5 pjn.
r or ireignt or passage apply on ooara, or to
U. W. L1QHTBURNE. Agent. 2W Front st.
Memphis and St. Irfnls Packet Company
II. S. Mail LI up.
For Helena, Chicot, Greenville, Vlcksburg.
Steamer JOE KINNEY.
R. Porter master.
Leaves SUNDAY. February 22d. at lu a.m.
fe21 AD. STORM. Treasurer.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
St loals and New Orleans Packet Co,
For Cairo and Bt. Louis.
Str. GREAT HEPUBLIOThorwelgan.master
rm.i . t iu""s cierk.
im curauib passenger steamer
Will leave abnvn
SUNDAY, February 22d, at 2 p jnT
J.T. WASHINGTON. Agent. Madison fit.
Louisville and New Orleans Packet Co.
lor Cairo, Evansvllle and Louisville.
uui. jiiiier.mas;er a. E. Miller cirjc
jjocvco ouiiuai, r go. zza, at iu ajtn.
Apply to B. W. LIGHTBURNE, Agent,
feil 290 Front street.
FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER.
For Helena, MarLuina and Witts Zmrg-.
The magnificent passenger steamer
St. Erancis, .rimmf
3. Basket master I u.Tnmng ciersL
r EAVES Memphis on iujua.i, muw
iTri with . stumer RHODA lor all points
above Marianna, to Witlaburg.
For freight orps "wki uu uvmu.
ATTENTION TO THE
AKE NOW OPENING.
17 O 'JL'JbLXS
Begnlar Trl-Weekly Coast Packet.
Memphis and Fulton Packet.
Sir. Frank: Eorrest,
T. P. Sexton master
Will leave every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY
and FRIDAY, making all the coast landings.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
decll No. 6 Howard's row.
Regular Memphis, Randolph, Fulton and.
Gayosa Landing Semi-weekly Packet.
rii1SwFg West Wind,
Leaves Memphis every .MONDAY andTKUBS
DAY, at 5 o'clock pan.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
decM No. 8 Howard's row.
FOR HELENA & FRIAR'S POINT
For Helena. Friars Point, and all Way
landings V. S. Hall Packet,
Jas. Lee master Stack Lee!!T!Z-Serk
Leaves Memphis every MONDAY, WEDNES
DAY and FRIDAY.
For freight or passage apply on board. a37
MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURG PACKET
Company. For Helena, Friar's Point,
Napoleon and the Bends. U. 8. Mail to Napo
A. J. WHITE.
Mark Cheek. Master
raves MONDAYS and THURSDAYS.
GEO. W. CHEEK,
Leaves TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
A clerk will be found at the big red wharf
boat to receive freight at all times.
x or ireignt or passage appiy on ooara or to
No. 25 Front mrret.
THE firm of HANDLE & HEATH Is this
day dissolved by limitation. JOHN E.
HANDLE retires from same, having sold out
his entire Interest in said firm to J. W.
HEATH. J. W. HEATH will continue the
business of the Chickasaw Iron Works In
same place. He will pay the Indebtedness of
tne laie nrm, ana is anmonzea to settle up
the entire business of same.
J. E. HANDLE.
J. W. HEATH.
J. W, HEATH & CO.,
(Successors to HANDLE & HEATH),
96, 98, 100, 102, 104 Second st.
Ana 49 & 31 Winchester St.,
MEMPHIS, ..... TENNESSEE.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
MACHINERY & CASTINGS.
Cotton Presses, Horse Powers, Segments, Pul
leys, Shafting, House Fronts, Jail Cells
and Railroad Castings, are lead
Car Brasses and other Brass Castings are
largely manufactured at our works, and
Sld at Prices that Defj Competition.
W Send for Price-lists.
callimr attention of the public and our
natrons to the above card of J. W. HEATH &
CO I would cordially recommend the new
Ann and my late partner to their confidence
and continued la vors.
fell JOHN E. HANDLE.
PLASTIC SLATE ROOFING,
IT Is the Cheapest Fire and Waterproof Roof
ing now la use.
Old Shin cue roofs can be made aa sood aa
new at a small expense, and fireproof.
Tin and Iron roofs that are badly rusted can
be coated and made In perfect order.
Gravel roof3 can be thoroughly repaired.
Forsamplesand further information, call rn-M-
the. office, 113 13 Beale street.
ISUl wn i r) " " ' 1j CO.
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