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1 , - - 4 nfiaV-. .r, - .. su. , , im--iaSLBtL I ' THE MEMPHIS 3DA.I3LY" APPEAL-WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1874. j i r"""" a J" A TS- .'ITIBBII WAT ffllfl S . fei fEHPIIIN THEATER. " OLD FOLKS CONCERTS," WEDNESDAY, T1I0KNRAT A FRIDAY, May 01 h, Till and Slh, 1874. this ltstk is roa WEDNESDAY .VIOHT, and wHl be altered atxl amended for Thnrf day and Friday. Ye FIBSTE PARTE. lCeroaatenAU ye menne and women Binders. st fcraeA 1 ye menne and women ameers. -Ttre 1'srta Tnne RoWu Buff HodUah Ow-Bfon and KlUKim rranay. 4 One I'Mte Tune Joan Anderson my Joe Jefea Experience Billings S Worldly Songe Lord Lovell Bartlett ue-nynne. 6 Faith and Hope Hezeklah Cart Wright 7 Cbarltr..Several of ye women Singer fe DavteVa LaaueBta'lon -All ye menne and women lagers. H OM Folks at Home Love Sparks and an ye menne ana women singers. la Lather's HymmeZena Holdenoncb and all ye menne and women blngers Here eeine a breathing KpelL when tbofe wno deryre may Dreatne. Ye SBOONDE PARTE. I-MarUal -Pleee Sokller on Watch-Five Parte Tane- Love Sparks, Deliver ance lllgglns, llezeklan Cartwrlght, Zesas lloldenoagh,llodUai Owenfon 2 Two Parte Tone Hunting TowerChar ity Freame. lleseklab Carl wrieht I VrMlrR.nn Jtiuas Holdenougn 4 One Parte Tone. -Master Bloffbm Sprague 6 Strll asether One Parte Tune The Bell Blager- Hezeklah Cartwrlght -Ballad Three Fishers Charity Freame 7 'aval Two Parte Tune Larboard Watch zeaaa iioiaenougti & lenaboa Fluke S OSe PrtcTniw rrHpnTV. Foot Pstte Tune. ... ByyeCaUe,yeDogge, ye nogge aou ye unycxenne. W-Auld Lang Syne Hereklah Cart Wright and all ye Stnsers. ANNOUNCSSlEirrS. Tor Clerk or the Bartlett (.Ircnlt Oonrt. JOHN McBROOKS U a candidate for re ei'estoq, subject to the approval ol the eenvtntlon to be called by the Bartlett Eitc- tjiwaimi hi. Leaeer copy. C 1TOATION Anr business firm deslrlnr the O Kervlees of an experienced, thorougn busl- Bew bws, capsuie ana willing io ao anyuung Isvftt may further the Interests of his em lit it aad his own advancement, can secure Mm serviees of such a person, by the month or year, wiu noaouoia city reierence, Dy ad. etresatng IN PL's fit Y, Appeal offlee. SITUATION By a steady, sober. Industrious RHtrrled man as nrlvate watchman or porter; no object on to caring lor a hone or etrtvtsg; well acquainted In the city: refer- esees given. Address M. 6. Appeal offlee. OHSE A good saddle horse. Apply at SS .Main street. znyo DOV- X) At 380 Alabama street, to do general work a a grocery. uenaiB preierreq liiyo r ANTED -YOUR ATTENTION TO THE II KM F1I1S AW5I5U JIANUFACTO RV, n Washington st. Awnings of all styles Mf iQ oraer. iuiun wors anaruiniuxre made and repaired, rc-uphoMered, varnished, ad packed for shipment. Carpets taken up. cleaned an relald. A 11 work calltKl for anil tltv Mveredfreeof ebarge. H. BUTTEXBEBO. i S AGENT In every city In the Union for a. the Complete Works and Life of Hon. Csarles Sumner. Sold only by subscription. Apsdrto BUTLER A FLEETWOOD, aayl 17 Franklin street, Boston. BOOK-KEEPER Thorough ; highest refer ences, desires a permanent position or set trt books to keep or adjust aftmoons sum mer; trs moderate. Address MBookkeeper,' eare W. L. Heed, 857 Front street. xnyZ BOARDERS A quiet private family would Hke two boarders to occupy for the &usauerorlo&ger,adeligbtful frontchamber; sjeod BeiKhborhood and convenient to cars astd baianess; references exchanged. Ad drejg M. C, care Appeal. HELP Labor supplied on farms, white and colored', alo. female servants in the ety for eooklug. washing, ironing andebam ber work, by THUS. McC iRTHY, It Poplar st STUDENTS WO students to attend the day and night sessions of Klnealy's Business College, ?S as7 Main street, over BarnnmV Jewelry Store. Day cls, per month, 14 00; Bight elass, per month, it Vu. my2 B OKKD WELLS Persons wanting bored wells call or leave orders at my KBCK.V, Second street. PUPILS Monsieur CHARLES RICHART. of France, wishes to teach young ladles yeu&g gentlemen and children the French lasgnage. Those who wish to have their chliaree taught the pure Parisian pronuncia tion of the language, will do well to employ him. He guarantees to Uach pupils tohpeak the leagnaae with facility In three months Address PROF. CHAKLtS RICHART, my I care ot Appeal office. lirOMAN-A genteel white woman, to do IT the work of a small family. Apply at apse jiu. ttUE sr. "IT r OMAN A good teady wnlte woms II do chamber-work, at apK 374 V ' ALL announcements ol OS payaele In advance. aIN ST. .aldates for office ap3l ied, shipped and stored, H.T.SINNOTT, No. a Second street. slvr FOB rWTTAGE AND LOT-Cajh 3900, If appUca- wt" H EATLEY, 2S) Main st. HORSES I have Just received from tapt. J. . Beil, of Sbelbyvllle, Kentucky, twesdr-Bve good harness, saddle and rocka yhorx. j FORREST. City Stables. SAFE One snwll Iron safe. Address SAFE, at this office. OTRAWBKRK 1 ES--1 have thU day, April 23, O mt, parensMd f row T. S. Barbour his en Mre etf of strawberries, raspberries and erapea. All par:iea defclroos of purchasing Sawet the fro It will leave orders at Oliver, FlHSte sOiV 1 have secured the valuable MHTtee of Mr. Barbour to superintend work Ise asS itattertng the crops. They will be -prepared with toe utmost care for parties re qtrtrtBg frit for shipment. J. N. OHVLR. CH1CKK8ING PIANO-Of superior tone and uslujBretl cheap for cash. Apply to MRS. J 11. McMAUON, . myt 139 Madhon street. OilOA FOUNTAIN A One double soda SfcMt for tsie at a oareaiB. Apitu u nnir s 3i 81SU).ND bXKKKT, Corner Union. OCKAWAY-CHKAP Aflneseeond-hana roe ta way, aiwoM new; top mu ws agfEM: new ana tcona-iianu ojuihb " wh; also, two pnulte Hacks. All the above wttl k mjM chap, lor east, at aayl 207 POPLAR ST. CVJACH AND HAii-NKSS Oae fine fourteen ) pamunger Concord eeaeh and harness, epl-e. Applyu, 1. x. FARMER, afW Florence, Ala. CymtN-rtHKi) ir CENTRAL LOCATION, CONVkN iENT TO BUSINESS agK feat front by ls feet deep. Weli adapwa for a large COITUN-UHED. Will be sold very low On eaay terms. . G. A. 8TOVALL, Og tsyt Madron street, up-stalrs. PAINTS AND OILS AT LOWEST RATES q QUACK KN BUSH. W) Second st. RHSIDBNCE An elegant and modern cor star nrlek retMenee, on Shelby st at dt snmblc baraaln. Call early. W. A. WHEAlLEY.aS) Main. -13 "sattDKNCK-Oa Thursday, the 11th day of May, at lu o'wuck ajiu. Will sell to the Tils sums bsader. 011 the ltremisee. the fine brick leaweaee, No. 41 Market oostalnlng eight 1 In we saaiu buiiaing, witn Kiwovn ana mbsm. Lot bk feet Ms Inehes front by lVH-i feet deep. Hale poiutive. Term, oae-half cash, bat. w ana u. -iva. a. c rrsasi- 1, auci r. 0 LD TVPt METAL At APPEAL OFFICE. I-tRlsW Qaai 10 Medium UORDON PRESS Jt in ieriect or. er; sold to make room for larger pattern. . l . Bp 13 W. Court street. Memphis. RBSIDENCE-A mxlem Cottage Residence, Vanee itreet,ln desirable and healthy InaarrlT on line of street cars. Has all late lm gavSwte. W. A. WHEATLEY, SaO Main. B BICE For sale as low as any In the mar ket. Apply to SNO WDEN.OV KRTON A CO.,2U Second st "ilOCKAWAV U uo V WOOD A One til roekaway, nearly new, very tow for eah: a twoeat buggy, oneap. Wood, all Kinds, cheap, at 1W oond street. mhM 1. R. PACKER A CO. -lOAL 20Je barrels coal at retails 6 bare I i lruSTKeond I-ooL No. L at wholesale. Nat coal, obeap. Stack, low down. Canne coaUGW price. Casks at Second street yard, 1 . 1... (.nt tf.rttiants send M . T. ftL& AND HOHSHS-A large stock of males and hones always on band at tMMOTll ULAML.LB, ; t nd 65 Monroe btret. mhSS fEMPlIIS THEATER. lOTTAaE-Or 8 rooms, at, liw, mm TTfs 1. John Coffee-RTF. Carver, bl. c. rinl Ba.ll.t Ckarrt S.rawfcirrr T u" Wmn. e. b.vu.ui, I I r. M U Hl. i III I B I I 11 1 LVohur embwtfkiiain tftlrest'-gxTefl l trg-n ve j f OTTAOE Of 5 rooms, for WOO eashjn ad- i vance. ROOMS Handsome fnrnlshed rooms, cool and pleasant for summer, from JIO to Ho per month, at aw MAIN ST. 10TTAQE The neat furnished cottage, for j the summer months. Mo. 21 Bontli street. STOREHOUSE Ne. MS Main street, three stories and cellar, at SIM per month. Call at 333 U Bin street. my& CTOTTAGE-Slx miles from the city, at a station on railroad where there Is an opening for business. Apply soon to mjt M this office. T1IK new COTTAGE RESIDENCE, 902 Lan derdalesU Apply to 8. C Toof, 15 Oonrt St. GRUNDY PLACE In good repair; Pigeon Roost road, 600 yards from Vance street car terminus, next beyond Mrs. Barnett Gra ham's; plenty of room, high and healthy; de lightful summer residence. Will rent very cheap. T. J. MERR1TT, 33S Main. TWO NICE COTTAGER 1M and 1S6 Vance street. Apply atcor. Vance and Hernando streets. j. V. DOT ft). -pOOMB-Nicely-furnlshed rooms, from 112 i to IIS cer month, at ap2 370 MAIN ST. OFFICE The fine office situated No.28M Main street, next door to corner of Madi son. Apply to Southern Oil "Works, corner Front and Sycamore sts.. adjoining new Jail. ASSEMBLY HALL Just renovated and painted; will be rented extremely low, for fairs, festivals, etc Apply to aplS JAS. SUTTON A CO. THREE RESIDENCES Conveniently lo cated at (100, 1123 and tvx) per annum, re spectively In advance. TRKZkVAHTitX'. APARTMENTS Furnished or unfurnished, at Aimed la Block, 34 Gayoso street; reftr ences required for unknown parties. ap7 OFFICES AND BLEEPING ROOMS At SJ1 and 371 Main street. Apply to decs SLEDGE. MCKAY A CO. OFTICES-Cotti Main street. Md TtyJS a, and one storeroom cn ply to -E. MYERS A RNEED, Z7SX Main ttreat FtonT ROW STORE Reasonably. J. I. ANDREWS, 252 Front st QTORE The storehouse recently occupied uj "V1, iktt x jtuicneii, no.jsv Alaia suvei Aciipee uiocr. Apply to felS R. C BKINKLtt Y, 38 Maulri sf. W IVTl Tvn ml?.. mm X I ... I . ( I (..!.- Li opposite Helena, Ark, six hundred anj niiy acres or more or land, with steam gin O T. r, I E ml'l W I . I levee. Will rent the entire place for 33000, or lots to salt at from S3 to 38 per acre. Apply Dowda Landing, Coahoma county, MIsf. Or to RALPH WORMELEY 4 CO, No. 9 Union street, I IfeM Memphis, Tenn D OOMS Nicely-furnished, with or without IX board; terms reasonable. Apply at Leh- per noqse, cor, pecona ana w asuingxon Sts. rsJRY FARM Three miles out, at a bar- 1 ' gain. TKKXKVAAT 1X1. ROOMS AMD BOARD. ROOMS AND BOARD Nicely furnishtd rooms lor single gentlemen, and nnfur nlshed rooms for famlllea. Knanl vctv rhpa n Day boarders accommodated at 177 Second st. pURNLSHED FRONT ROOMS-For rent at - J Main street. in 3 TJ OOMS Cool and airy rooms, furnished or at uniumisneo. witn or wiinout noaro. at ao 21 ui Deny street. myi T50ARD Laree front room, with trend board fj su.table for ladv and & enttem&n. nr Two lugte neauemifl, sLca union sireer. myz DOARD Two handsomely furnished front j rooms, wim poara, onnrM noor, in jiadlson BOARD Two nice front rooms, sultaole summer, with eood board: also, a 1 for few uiruraeii waDtea. hi 1- ijoarc srreeu apo FOR SAI.E OR R27T. RiSIDENCE The two-storv frame house No. SI Linden street. Apply at my8 66 MULBERRY ST. RESIDENCE A commodious suburban residence with all the modern lmnrove- ments and conveniences, for sale, rent or ex. change, inquire of my. i.xi. wxiA.u,sjiauison st. QUrrs 00 masquerade suits, at the French More. D.S Jirr btvsu? nr. LOST. pORAL MEDALLION EAR-RING Finder V 1 will be rewarded b v leaving same at Room 2a, Gee House. inyfi PtOW One red cow, white spot on right V J flank, small white snots In face, white under belly, short thin horns and large round bag. A liberal reward for her return to C. WUPPERMANN "S Milk Dairy, Poplar street turnpike, half mile wtw Kin-gaie. myo GOLD WATCH Near Elmwood Cemetery, May 1st, a lady's gold watch, marked Henrietta Tnnv'vllh nthi. Inu-Hrvtinn F. H. Clark make. No. SS70. A liberal reward will be paid for Its return to my 36 UilOr STKE1S1. TR ACELET On Vance street, between Wel- u ungton ana Lauderdale, Ap Dill 29th. a cold bracelet. A liberal reward will be paid for , return to the owner through this office- mvl SAIiE OR ES", nrrnniiM . I) Barr n PHAETON Two nice Top exoha- and one pony Phaeton, or wouiu PERSONAL. SnSrnl TStRING AND BRAb BAND-M. B. Reynolds, Leader or urasspauu. J"JST,InHeS to it D?iCeS U Oil ; xr u i arnyn si jiciiiy uruera - ne tiae Umea. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. -., r ih. (.imnwiv courts yester day granted an attachment upon the personal property of the Memphis thea ter. Among the articles mentioned is 'the tomb of the Capulets." To iiin soranri circuit court Georei- ctnr voatonlav filed a bill of di' vorce against her husband, John K. Ktnroa. Hiiptrinir uisaiuauuu, iuicusm, cruelty and inhuman treatment parties are colored. Both In our report of the chamber of com vpsterdav moraine we inadvert ontlv omitted the item of exports of sot- ton by river and rail from the secretary's table' of receipts and exports, and wt l,nroa.lth anrvnil it: ExDOrtS of COtton, by river, Jl.HS bales; by rail, 13,549 h, M 1 (II 'I I mUULlllV ULViUi i bales: total since January 1st, 210,970 bales. The. fitat circuit court yesterday dls charged one of the Juries, and expects to wind up the business of the present term this week. O wing to this fact mo tions will be heard to-day instead of Friday. The members of the Jury dis charged presented to the court a written testimonial oi tneir grautuue iur iuc manv acta of courtesy on the part of Judge Heiskell, and also expressed their admiration ior me uiguity, uuseiiuii honesty and faithful manner iu wnicn he discharged the onerous duties that devolved upon him as a just and im partial judge. The damage done by the lire in the clothing store of Jacob Halle & Co., yes terday morning, and the insurance on stock are as follows: The insurance ou stock amounted to S13.0U0. The risKS are divided as follows ..Manhattan, JNew York, $3000; .Etna, of Hartford, $5000, and 50000 In the companies represenieu by A. Loeb & Co., as follows: American Central, 8t Louis, $2000; St Joseph, St. Joseph, Missouri, $1500; Franklin, Indi anapolis, $1500. The building is owned by Mrs. J. H. Larkin, and was damaged to the amount of about $500: fully in sured. Tbe loss will Ge at least seventy five per cent of the stock, valued at be tween $0000 and $10,000. Tbe saloon on the corner of Union and Main streets, occupied by John Sturla, was slightly damaged by water and smoke. Editors Appeal Your Little Rock, Arkansas, special to the Atpeal, of April 27th, gave us the numbers of twenty ucnets, oeiBg me nrst ten and the last ten numbers taken from tbe wheel in Oolladay's drawing, aud promised "official statements will be sent as soon as they can be forwarded." A week has elapsed and still no "nttlr-inl Hna thBWhnlAQffd r Koaii 1.- i i . J - -. . . . I 1... the factions? I hold a ticket in thr drawing, and, of course, expected to draw a fortune. Imagine my surprise of a week's duration 1 Think of my eyes after staring a whole week at that ticket, in obedience to your special's order not yet countermanded. "Look at your ticket !" When shall we have tbe official statement; or shall we ever have it? LOTTEKY. J I? Second Say at the ChlcKaiaw Jockey Clnb's Conree Two Races Well Contestid. Tery Lrge Attendance Fine Weather , Good Track The rarorites and the Fools. Tlrst l.'aee for a Jockey Club Purse of 9200; Second for a rnrseof ?350 Stampede and Qnarterm as ter Winners. Despite the raw weather and gloomy sky yesterday afternoon, the second day's races of the Chickasaw Jockey ciuo were well attended, quite a num ber of ladles being among the vis itors. The Great Southern brass band onened with the Victoria JPolUa. The weather was just right for gooi racing.braclng botn Dorse ana man, and permitting good runs without mnch fatigue. At an early hour and long be fore the racing had commenced, it was evident mat mucu interest nan Deen aroused amnnc the visitors, and no little dfflreiice of oplnluu was noted tu to tho relative result of the horses entered for the day. POOL-SELLING &n th grouuiis enlisted general atten on, and in both races the bids and takes did not cease either In number or amounts until the drum was tapped. There was more activity in the pool selling of yesterday than the day before, caused doubtless from the full eight en tries in the first race, and the preference of Memphis turfmen for the Bluff City steed Quartermaster. The pool stand was beseiged with" enthusiastic pur chasers, and although tickets went off high in some instances, still there was as much deliberation and consultation among buyers as we have ever witnessed on other courses. There could not well be otherwise, as there were so many good horses entered. THE PARIS MUTUAL POOLS received merited patronage, and, so far as we could learn, gave general satisfac tion. As this is a comparatively ne vr system, and not well understood on our course, we deem it appropriate to giv e an explanation of its system. The tick. ets in the Paris mutual pools are sold at five dollars each. The registers posted on the post at the stand constantly shot r the number of tickets sold on each hors e iu a race, and also the total number sold1. When the race is decided, multiply th e total number of tickets by five, whicl 1 gives the gross amount of money in th b pool. Frcrn this deduct the commisaioi a of five per cent, to the pool-seller, am 1 you have the net value of the pool. Di -vide this by the number of tickets soli 1 on the winning horse, and you have tha value of each winning ticket, Ticketn in the Paris mutual pools are eood but; for two days, and all of these pools arer sanctioned and guaranteed by the club. The introduction of this system has added much interest to pool-selling orx the .grounds, a feature much tie- sired and greatly to ber encouraged, especially in races of mile heats and re peat. The difference in waters on the entries, as determined by the result oC the first heat, necessarily affects the amounts of pools and preferences lor successful heats, especially when the. favorite falls behind the field. Yester day's sport commenced with a MILE-AND-A-HALF RACK. open to all ages, for the jockey-club . purse of $200. It being known that there were eight entries in this race. ' there was a general enthusiasm aroused, as t- the result of the run, ami tho odds ior me lavorue. .tor this race there: 1 were the following eioitj; ENTRIES. 1. M. Welsh-Ciirls. Doyle, o. g. 2. J. R. Barry Sarvoy, b.. c. 3. George H. Rice stalr.pede, ch. c. A. 13. Ltwlji & Co. Ortolan, br. h. 5. . Lloyd Captain 'Hutchinson, b. g. 6. Ureeo Morrm-B) win Adams b.B ' L. A. Hitchcock- -Limestone, ch. c. s. John Coffoe-lynny brook.gr. c. The fallowlni- h. - , n.m.nf sire- dam, and weight 0r the above entries, accord insrio the ieep'.ttve numbers of the list: No. Voucher, 'miss Odom.112. No. 2 4,Aste- ruio, BisuaMi ( iyr. o. ;i .1, w ar uance, iwu jiuiwi, s Kevenge, u. o. u, uvmeia.ii, Cansry Bir jf i. jfo. 5. 5, Voucher, Zero, 107. Flanet, zepnvr, ivi. o. 1 i, mniv9.nia-10l. No. 8 Donny broek, Llghtv'ing, Jessamine Porter, 101. HOW THE POOLS WENT. The pools' for this race went off at good rates and oil steady measures, it biing some time before it could be as certained what horse was the favorite in a pool of eighty tickets. Twenty were sold on OrtolaD, fourteen on Edwin Adams, twelve on Donnybrook, seven on Limestone, four on Welsh's entries, flive on Stampede and twenty-two on Survey. Still there was unsettled opin ions, especially among outsiders who could not exactly settle upon the proba ble winner. This complicity of opinion of course aroused excitement and ran betting to a high pitch. In less than ten minutes very large amounts of money had been staked,andthe betting, whether on favorites, odds or evens, in clubs or singly, became general causing more money to change by two-fold, per haps, than did the races of the opening day. Those Interested, however, did not haveloDg to wait, for there was A OOOD START MADE at the first outlet of the races, Donny brook having the inside track, Lime stone next, then Adams, Hutchinson, Ortolan, Stampede aud Survoy, Doyle being on the outside. The horses all maintained a good- speed, and upon reaching the first half mile seemed full up to the expectations of their backers, Adams who from the first took the lead, passing first, close pressed by Limestone, Hutchinson com ing third. Ortolan fourth, Stampede fifth. Survoy sixth, Donnybrook seventh and Doyle receiving the last hoof dusting of his speeding competitors. When the horses passed the mile-post no changes were noted in their respective .positions, Adams still holding the lead on an easy rein, followed by Limestone, Hutchinson and Ortolan. When the coursers turned the course and circled into THE HOME-STRETCH. Expectation was raised to the highest pitch ; for the straight track thence to the string allowed a fair open run, no inside being of advantage in savings of dis tance. Stampede now seemed to put forth all his mucle, shooting forward from bis companions, soon closed' the davlieht between himself and Ortolan, wno was to toe rigut ui auim 11113 moved'up Ortolan, and when a hundred yards had beenhoofed from the last hall-milft-nost these three horses were almost blanketed. On they came, with panting nostrils and outstretched necK.seeintngry conscious of the very interests at stake. Kramiiwle lengthened Or talon, and had evened Limestone, but all at once an unfirm pitch reared him almost a neck if not ahalflength. His rider now pull ed down heavy and urged him onward, for onlyone nunureu ar.a nuy arus inter vened between the horses and the string. It was the dernier resort, and the 1U favorite, as he was, came down fo the fun, and when within fifty yards of the string shot ahead of the leader, Edwin Adams, under heavy puUS, encour aged by this, also commenced his Longfellow strides, and, as if deter mined to share the first honors, Adams also, through the, urging of his rider, made a desperate effort to gain the goal. Loosened reins and applied spurs, though fully .appreciated, as evidenced by his outstretched neck, did not save Adams from defeat, for amiu aeaiening cneers I Jtuiw. w a sumjiaiix. 1st half. 2d. S 6 6 . 4 3 1 2 7 Chris. Doyle- Survoy- Stampede 11T 6 S ursoian. Hutchinson. Adams- Limestone Dounybrook- THE SECOND RACE, . a mile aud repeat race, opeu to being me ouaieau cost sapoieoui-ioi,ouo i sclence'has Hevised'a-method'to this er-1 fraUCH. US next owner wua banker, who'sold it to Queen all ages,for the jockey-clnb purse of $350, had the following entries 1. John Coffee B. F. Carver, bl. c. 2. L. Lindsey Mary L-, ch. f. 3. J. It. Barrr Emir, b! c. 4. J. J. Crowley Quartermaster. The following gives the age, name of sire, dam, and weight of the above entries, accord ing to their respectlv numbers: No. 1 I, Lightning, La Vlctlme, 104. No. 23, Vouch er, Epsllon. 107. No. 3 I, Itoussesu, Lima. 101. No. 4 6, Imported Bonnie8cotland, Ro sette, 115. THE FOOLS ON THIS RACE went off actively, the favorites being Quartermaster and Carver, the formir bringing $30, the letter $35, Mary L. $8 and Emir $30. The Bluff city horse Quartermaster waswell backed by Mem phis men, who went to the lowest depth a of their pockets for funs. When THE START was made Carver had the inside, Mary L. next, then Emir and Quartermaster on the outside, Mary L. shot ahead on the start, and for a little distance three horses were well bunched. Quartermas ter bringing up the rear. Mary L. In the leae passed the first quarter pole In 27 seconds, Elmlr being second, put a little ahead of Carver, while Quarter ns asters ill lingered behind two-lengths. The horses reached the half-mile post In fifty-eeven seconds, without changing positions, Emir and Lady L, almost blanketing Shortly afterward. Quarter master soon passed Carver two. lengths in tbe rear, and lapped Mary L. still in the lead. Upon entering the home stretch, the horses were still In the same position, except that Carver" was behind. On the straight run, Carver, Lady L. and Quartermaster blanketed; but it was not more than one hundred yards from the string before the rider oQuarter masterlet out the Memphis .-favorite, whose bottom proved itself and realized the expectations of his many local Mends- Onartfirraaotcr novo forth his full strength, and came in by a half neck, thereby winning me nrst neat, summary. . 1st quarter. 2d. 3d. a 3 2 2 2 -'3 1 I 4 4th. 2 4 3 1 B. F. Carver Mary L tmir nartcrmaster. The foliowinc is the time made: First quarter, 27 seconds; second quarter, 55 seconds; third quarter, I-23i; fourth quarter, 1:49. SECOND HEAT". . The result of the first heafe somewhat changed the pools, which for Quarter master brought $145, Carver S60, and for the field S20. There was a goodstart on the second heat the horses being well bunched. At the first-quarter pole Carver led, followed in order by Emir, Mary L. and Quartermaster. Carver, still holding the lead, reached the half mile post in fifty-two seconds, Emir be ing second and followed by Quartermas ter, who had passed Mary L. and was closing daylight between the advances. At the third quarter. Quartermaster lapped a length over Carver, who was second, Emir third, and Mary L. fourth. The horses came at full dash down the quarter-stretch, Quartermaster taking it leisurely, but requiring full play from Carver and Emir. When within a hundred yards of the stand Quarter master shot ahead again, , showing his wonderful strength and endurance, for the last effort on p. long run. Quarter master came under the string by over a length, much to the delight of his , en thusiastic backers. Time, 1:46. summary. 1st quarter 2d. 3d. 4Ul 1 2 2 3 11 2 3 3 4 4 Carver- Quartermaster.. Mary L THE SPORT TO-DAY. FIRST RACE. In the- first race for the jockey club purse of $150, one mile, open to all ages, are the following entries: F. Lloyd's b. e. Chris. Dorle : ase 5 : by Vouch er; dam, Epsllon ; 112. A. B. Lewis 4 Co.'s br.f. Vandallte;age3;by Vandal; dam. Vaster Light; S7. L. Llndsey's ch. f. Mary L.; age 6; by Vouch er; dam, Epsllon; 107. , L. A. Hitchcock's ch. f. Cults: aee 4: bv Eclipse ; dam, Columbia; 10L John Coffee's br. f. Ida Wells, age 3, by im ported Leamington, dam Jessamins Porter, 87. ; s W. Brady's ch. g. John Mccormick, age 4, by Hiawatha, by Jack Malone, I0L Peine & Scott's cb. f. Ellen Berry, age 4, Wardance by Imported Sovereign, I0L SECOND RACE. TV.,. ttiA T, -1 mm n r. -1 n 4 n 1 - X Ul uuc i;n.uui. iuv uuuut OMikc, mile and repeat for three year olds that had not appeared iu public prior to the closing of this stake, subscription $25, pi , to wmcn me ciuo aiso aujs saw, are he followingentries: J. R. Barry Poca Wiley, b. f by Muezlns. dam Lantana, 87 pounds. A. M. Barton Red Jackson, ch. c. bv Van dal, dam by Jack Malone, 90 pounds. Peine & McMahon MoUle McCown, ch, f., by Brown Dick, dam Viola, 87 pounds. ueo. li. ruce jioonDeom, cn. i., oy i'lanet, dam Edlna, 87 pounds. C. Rnthe Grey Colt, by Waxfleld, dam by Whale, 90 pounds. C. Ruthe-Urey Colt, by Warfleld, dam by Lexington, 90 pounds. D. Sprague Ch. Filly, by 2d Boone, dam by Brown Dick, 87 pounds. ii.Bpraaue cay toil, Dy-a isooiie, uam uy BUI Cheatham, 90 pounds. THE THIRD RACE for the Jockey club purse of $200. mile' and a quarter, open to all ages, has the following entries: ... John Coffee B. F. Carver, bl. c: age 4, sire Lightning, dam La Vlctlme, 101 pounds. F. Lloyd Port Leonard, b. g.; age 5, sire Voucher, dam Prunella, 107 pounds. Green Morris Edwin Adams, b. g.; age 1, sire Plant, dam Zephyr, 101 pounds. Peine Scott Lady GreenUek', b. f.; age S, sire Imp. Bonnie Scotland, dam Lady Lan caster, 1U7 pounds. Pools sold at Peabody hotel morning and evening, and at race track. Tbe Nashville Races, Tho race course of the ashville blood horse association is in good condition. The following letter explains Itself: Nashville, Tex., April 5, 1871. Hugh Douglas, or Charley Stone, Secretary Jockey Club: We will furnish Bice good stabling; I will attend to it myself; let me know how many stalls he wants. Say to those who wish to come our stables will be put in number one condition byi Fri day. GEO. V. DARDEN, Secretary Nashville Blood-horse AssochUlon. The latest styles of boots, shoes and suppers always to be found at Thomas B Coffey 4 Co.'s, 338 Main street. Reserve your seats for the Old Folks concert, by the Esther Club, at Cleaves & Carnes' book' store, 281 Mainjstreet JfEW GOODS for Haeller'a Soiree. SXlfutes' Silk. Jlots, SUsses' Opera Gloies, i Misses Fans, Spangled Tarlatans, Kid SUppera. - Saab Ribbons. MEN KEN BROTHERS. FANS. SJ GOLD STICK SILK FANS 75 CENTS. LEUBRIE'S. .Nice casslmere suits from $7 upward at the - OAK HALL. . 251 Main street Gnat Oil for sale by C. CurtisA Co., 216 Main street ' tjMTivvntn RtrTtrr and the I ing bustle are the most popular shirt and hnatia ever made at the manufactory. 383 Main street STRAW HATS. ALL LATEST STYLES. HALF PRICK. LEUBRIE. QUE AT RUSH FOR ROOMS AT THE GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL. Mr. Allen is still improving and fit ting up to suit all. Board by the week or month at lower rates than at any other hotel In the city. Come and see for yourself. GBOFER & BAKER'S New Lock Stitch Sewing Machine: simple, durable, light running, and easily operated. Sold on monthly pay ments at 318 Main street Reserve your seats for the Old Folks concert, by the Esther Club, at Cleaves & Carnes' book store, 2S1 Main street uoweuinu i ieci, iu wmuu Christine semi-circular plate pK18 ivi. Convention untune I 1 H I Ale MB P I M 4 B r9 1 I tt- U -l -L a .,..,,- The ladies of the First Baptist church will hold a strawberry festival at tbe church, on Second street, near Adams, Thursday night, 7th instant All are Invited. The Esther CI tib Concert To-Nignt. We remind our readers that the first of the series of Old Folks' concerts by the Esther club comes off to-night at the theater. We were present at the dress rehearsal of last night, and from what we then saw and heard can promise our readers a very pleasant entertain ment We think it will be quite as ac ceptable as the Cantata of Esther by the same club some time since. The great variety of popular ballads and songs -announced in the programme, published in the Appeal of Sunday, would of themselves be attraction sufficient to draw a large audience; rendered in cos tume as they will be, it will be doubly so. A full orchestra, under the leadership of Professor Handwerker, will assist, and Prof. Perrlng will preside at the piano, the whole directed by Mr. James Kirt laud, to whose taste and skill as a leader we are indebted for the existence of tbe Esthers, who tread close upon the heels of the Mendehsohns. The Bazaar and Festival. The Bazaar and festival for the bene fit of tbe Christian Brothers college, opened last night at the Exposition building which bad been duly prepared for this entertainment. Within the brightly illuminated hall Is to be found a great variety of interesting and attrac tive features and amusements. To the right is a shooting gallery presided over by polite gentlemen who cannot ail to please those that wish to engage in this scientific pas time. At regular Intervals are tables of sumptuous viands presided over by beautiful young ladies and dignified matrons, each vieiug with the other in their endeavors to excel in graceful at tentions. Those who fail to attend this delightful entertainment miss a great deal and have no Idea of the pleasure to be derived. The festival continues to night and to-morrow night, and gives promise of drawing a large attendance both evenings. A band of music enticed many to engage In dancing, this feature proving of unusual pleasure to the par ticipants. Concert by the Cnolr or the Nynaogue ol the Children of Israel. Under the direction of Prof. Winkler, one of the oldest and most accomplished of our resident musicians, the choir of the congregation of the Children of Is rael will shortly give a concert at the Memphis club hall, the proceeds to be applied to the purchase of an organ. We need hardly say to our readers that this choir is composed of some of our best amateurs, and that among the choirs of our city it justly occupies a very high position. This it has been achieved by successful leadership and at the ex pense of an amount of pains-taking effort seldom expended by organists or leaders anywhere. Those who know Prof. Winkler know that he is just the man to make the most of the material at hand, and that he leaves no effort un tried to secure success. In the present instance, as we have said, his material happens to have been of the best and worthy his training and care; we may, therefore, promise our citizens a concert of unusual excellence, one that will compare favorably with any we have had this season. When the programme has been determined upon, we shall have much pleasure in laying It before our readers, who, we hope, will hold themselves In readiness for the occasion. Reserve your seats for the Old Folks concert, by the Esther Club, at Cleaves & Carnes' book store, 2S1 Main street FAXS. GOLD STICK-SILK FANS 75 CENTS. LEUBRIE'S. Sol Coleman, at 200 Main street, is still retailing those fine Havana cigars at five cents. Durable children's suits from $3 up ward, at the OAK HALL, , 251 Main street SPRIXtt SILKS at a GEE ITS 1CRIFICE. TAYLOR. JOY A CO., '312 Main street. Look at our Lace Sacques, Points and Capes, if you want a real bargain. TAYLOR, JOY 4 CO., j 312 Main street. Look at, our table of cheap dress goods a si) iteaNAXTS Iftyou want good bargains. . TAYLOR, JOY 4 CO. OTJE TABLE Of KIBBOSS. . " i. s4. at 25c per yard, is a great attraction. TAYLOR, JOY CO. FANS. "aOED.STICK SILK FANS. 75 CENTS. LEUBRIE'S. LAW KEPORTS. First Clrcall Court MelsUell, Judge. This is motion day. Second Chancery 'onrt Waliier, Chan cellor. Cases set for to-day: 1135, Butts vs Flatley; 1136, Jones vs Doyle. Go to Leddtn's Business College. FAIlS. GOLD STICK SILK FANS 75 CENTS. LEUBBlE'S.. BARGAINS IX WHITE UNION AND LINEN LAWNS AT B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. Having purchased a large lot of White Union ami Linen Lawns at unusually fnvAnManloa wo will nfT.r the sum a III- UllUCO WUICOOCUIJ i. 1.1 1 fc.H-1. value. Ladies desirous of procuring actual bargains in these goods should call this week at 242 aud 244 Main street, corner of Jefferson." A nnnn linn nf' white and colored jahirtSf.fronrSl upward, 'at the K . itf- OAK HALL, - 251 Main street. REMOVAL. rSri Bernard Coal Association has re- k moved to No. 13 Madison -street, next door to the Ledger olllce. FANS. -. GOLD STICK SILK FANS 75 CENTS. -LEUBRIE'S. OLD FOLKES CONCERT. ALEXANDRE' WHITE KID GLOVES 50c, 75c and $1, atLeubrie's. SHOE BUCKLES AT LEUBRIE'S LISLE TI1READ1IO.NE . 75 cents, at Leubrie's. For good bargains in boots and shoes, call at. the Eagle boot" and shoe store, 344 Slain street. Examine stock before you make your purchases elsewhere. Best styles. Prices suitable to the times. -ANTHONI HOCSr-, LITTLE BOCK. The diningroom of this superior and favorite hotel, has been re-opened to the traveling public, and will be kept in strickly first-class style, under the man agement of W. H. Burke & Brother, of Memphis. IFirorB APTjjCuuiMJH- , V i , v. """7 neral Seeona ana jiaamt rea-rreauuiiis UaSi.andSpjn. Rev.Geo. A.Lofton, pastor. Memphis, Tenn., May 5, 1874. At the meeting of tho executive com mittee of Shelby cou-ity (appointed un der the Bartlett resolutions), held this day, the following resolution was unani mously adopted, viz: Resolved. That it is the sense of this general committee that the nominations for the offices to be filled at the August electron shall be made by a convention, and that the executive board of this committee be fully empowered to fix the time and place of holding said con vention, and of fixing' the basis of rep resentation, the same to be fixed upon such an equitable basis as said board in Its judgment may determine. And we, the members of this general committee, pled ire ourselves to Aid and assist said executive board In its efforts to secure the election of delegates to the conven tion, and the election of tbe candidates nominated by the convention. By order of the committee. ALBERT SUGGS, Chairman. Hkitbt J. Ltss, Secretary. BAR SAND. Best quality of river sand, in any quantity, at old coal yard, foot of 31ar ket street The Louisville, Nashville and Great Southern railroad commenced yester day morning through trains direct to Louisville. Sleepers Jor Nashville, St. Louis and Louisville without change. STRAW HATS ALL LATEST STYLES. HALF PRICE. LEUBRIE. Fine casslmere pants from $3 50 up ward, .at the OAK HALL, 251 Main street. Reserve your seats for the OltTFolks concert, by the Esther Club, at Cleaves s uarnes' dook store, ai main street. FROZEN. Berton's, corner Fourth and Poplar, Is the most delightful place of resort for pleasure parties eaoh afternoon and eveninsr. ever opened in this city. Pic nics and parties are supplied with the most delicious ice-cream, prepared with consummate skill. The Berton saloon has been thoroughly refitted and most tastefully furnished and uecorateu. STRAW HATS. ALL LATEST STYLES. HALF PRICE. LEUBRIE. See the advertisement of Awning Manufactory in the wants. Get Your Clothes Made at Home. J. H. Wamrener. aorent. 2S8 Main street. is opening an entire new stock of goods for gentlemen's wear. It is the inten tion ot this establishment not to be ex celled at home or in any city in the States of America. The goods are all of foreign make and the style of wotk mnnshin will be fully ud to the times. Call at 288, corner Madison and Mafn. streets, citizens oi juempnis, we in tend fo make it to your interest to pttraai28 aitcme insuRon. STRAW HATS. ALL LATEST STYLES. HALF PRICE. LEUBRIE. nna-wT, Pitt of tim (Invnun rinlise. Thursday evening, May 7th. Tickets, $1. Ladies free. J. W. HARRELL, Manager. A series of meetings begin in the Court-street Cumberland Presbyterian church to-nlpht Services each day at 10i a.m. and 8 p.m., conducted by tev. A. J. Baird, D.D., of Nashville. STRAW HATS. ALL LATEST STYLES. TTAT.F PRICE. LEUBRIE. The cheapest and best Steam Dyeeng and Cleaning House In the city is at 246 Second st banson t walker, Reserve your seats for the Old Folks concert, uy the jssther uiuD,at uieaves & uarnes' dook store, i main street. GBOTER & BAKER'S New Lock Stitch Bewine Machine: simple, durable, light running,, and easily operated. Sold on monthly payments at 318 Main street. SPECIAL NOTICE. The Oak Hall Clothing-House, No. 251 Main street, is determined to close out their enormous stocK or MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S rtr Amrrrvn lJUU X n I II VJ, and furnishing goods, regardless of cost, GIVE THEM A CALL before purchasing elsewhere. C03TOMES at D'Arcy's den, 377 Main STRAW HATS. ALL LATEST STYLES. half price. LEUBRLE. PERSONAL. J. F. Scott, of Decatur, Alabama, Is in the city Ior me purpose oi attenuing the races of the Chickasaw jockey club. Mr. Scott is a well-posted turfman, and takes much interest in the proceedings of the present Chickasaw meeting. ADDITIONAL KIVSK NEWS. BX TELXQBAPH. CracmsATr. Mar 6. River 33 feet and fall ing, Weather rainy. Arrived: J.Il. Parker, juempnis. spairea t i- itogvni, Aiompiiis. Pittsbueo, May 5. River 9 feet 10 Inches and rising. Weather clear and pleasant. No arrivals or departures except local packets NASUVILLE, May 5. River falling, with 29 o incnes on jiarpeui snoais. weatner ciouuy and damp. No arrivals or departures except local packets. Little Rock, May 5. The river Is falling, with 10 feet water In the channel by tbe fiuge. weather clear ane pleasant. Arrived : oitUlbson, Memphis. St. Louis, May River Is rising slowly. Weather cfear and warm. Arrived: Grand Tower, Memphis; Mary Alice, New Orleans; City of Vlcksburg, vlcksburg. Departed: Kellogg, Memphis. Lodisvillk, May 5. Tho river has fallen 2 ,feet in the past 21 hours, with 18 feet 0 inches in the canal ana 16 feet 6 inches In tbe Indian chute on the falls. Weather cloudy and ludlcaUons of rain. Boats up: Ironsides and tow; James D. Parker. Vicksbubo, May 5. Weather cloudy and pleasant. Rlverstatlonary. Up: Glencoe, Bee and barges. Down: James Howard, The upper Yazoo and Tallahatchie are lolling rap idly. Arrived: Exporter, Cincinnati. Depart ed: Carrie V. ICountx, and Quale Silver. EvAMSVitiE, MayS. Weather cloudy and cool till alternoon.now clear and pleasaut. Mercury 50"" to 00". River stationary, with Si'j leet in the channel by the gauge. Port lis l Up: Arlington, 5 a.m.; Paragon, 2p.m. Down : Arkansas Belle, 4 p.m. Business fair. Caibo, May 5. Noon. Weather cloudy and cold. Arrived : John Kllgour, New Orleans, 5 a.m.; Kittle Hegler and Ben Franklin, Cin cinnati, 11 ajn.; City of Qulncy, New Orleans, 11 ajn. Departed: Kllgour, Cincinnati, 8a.m.; Kittle negier, juaansaa nrKi" ? Sartea.. unjr ui vcu.uwj. b. - en Franklin, Memphis, 2 pjn.; City of Alton, New Orleans, a pjn. mvor i " Iallen.1 lncn. Weather clear. Mercury SO". FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Kittie Hegler, Sfi J D Hegler master I'McIntyre clerK WWKDNAYahn. KIBup't Memphis iUevator Co., ' Front si. tfaz'r 1 Cor- Wo win sell. On Snturday, 3ane IStU, At Anctlon, at the store of Milbura, Walker & Co., . ,T'1 ll!OV aFK. ABTO- OTHER DRY GOODS AT POPULAR P HATE NOW line:-: walelis ECRU COSTUMES, PIQUE WALKING SUITS, ilack Grenadine Costumes! CHILDREN'S SUITS, 15 TABI0C3 INFANT'S ALSO, A LARGE LIJJE OP B. jA j. IN BLACK SILK UADMSS ! THESE GEESADIXES ARE WARRANTED AS BEPB ESENTED. ALSO, PURE SILK AID WOOL GRENADINES! Handsome Black Silk finish Grenadines, at 25 cents a. yard. Ladles' Calleo Wrappers at 91 50. CHILDREN'S GOODS! o Silk and Xiale Kosa, Sashes Snsh-Hibbons, Opera Hid Gloves, Spangled Tarletans. Kid Slippers, Fans, Swiss Muslin, plain and dotted. Also, Misses' Underwear, ?Tow Percales, New Xdnen lawns, Hew lk Poplins. PARiSOLSc SHOWER w SAMPLES SENT 261 and 263 Main 8E!VI,V.ES&COv 110. 297 MAIN STREET. K7 I Foreign and Hative Wines, jarGiiisH an scotch: HAV AHA From Ihe "EI Principe de . L. liEiCUAH. j li. FOSTON. i L M1IGII1I & GOn WHOLESALE GROCERS & SALT AGENTS. So. 9 UJSION SIEEET, tempi, Tern, WE HAVE NOW TCnleh we will sell CHEAP to save Storsg o M-vva ssiiij to ivr3an.ox!:ATNra?s3 ODxrxs-sr.-wi TEA2&30AT. FOB NEW ORLEANS. St- IoniM and 9ew Orleans Paeliet Co. For Vldtshurg.Natche antUNew Orleans. Str. CITY OF ALTON K A. Shable, master This elegant passenger steamer m . K ' w will leave as above jsiSSSBm WEDNESDAY, May 6th, at 6 pjn. For freight or passage apply to J. T. WASHINGTON. A cut. 4K Madison Rt. ELLIOTT LINE, lleinnbfs onil nnile Ktver Packet Co Cnltetl Mates Jlall. Str. Geo. Yf. Clieeft.jLS: John D. Elliott .-master I Cummins clerK Leaves for Jaclisouport and way landings EVERY TUESDAY, at 5 p.m. Str. Quiekatep, ST. J. AsbforU.manler JIllt U7. .T. Ashfnr.l-ttlaitf.er I Milt It. Harrv...clerK Leaves for Jacaaonnort and way landings jsvuki Eaiuauai,ub3 p.ut, For freight or passage apply at olllce, Elliott aulldtntr. JOS. ELLIOTT. KMrstarv. FOB LOUISVILLE. Louisville and New Orleans, Pncket Co. FOU EVANS VILLE AND LOUISVILLE. Mapy Houston .t& Chas. Miller master I A. E. Miller cierK Leaves THIS UAi, May 8th, at 11 a.m. Apply to K. W.LIUHTIiURNE, Snp'r Memphis Elevator Co.. SO Front st. FOR CINCINNATI. Memphis nntl Oulo Blver Pncltet i;o. FOR CAIRO, E -'ANSVILLE, LOUISVILLE AHU tutuinnAU. The fine sldewheel passenger steamer J. n. viuuia . ..maate r I C. B. Woodbury, .cleric Leaves xiiuitsuAi, stay 7tn, aio p.m. Through tickets from Memphis to New York, SJ 50; Uoston, SB 60; Philadelphia, S27 GO; Haltimore,S25 50; Washington, 513 50. For freight or passage apply on board, or to E. UTCOBB ft CU Agent. aH Front St. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOOIB. Memphis andnt. inula PacUet Company For Hlokman, Columbus, Cairo and St. Louis. S teener CITY OF CHESTER. Ai!leh1eTUUl3EAY. May ItuTutl 5 o'clock P.ni. Al. STOHM, Gen. Joseph E. Jobnslon'a "Narrative or Mlll.ry OperaUous" Jnst Out. -THE undersigned, as the authorized Agent I or Shelby. Haywood, Hardeman, Fayette RICES! IN STOCK FABRICS, d! S AND SDN UMBRELLAS! ON APPLICATION.- Street Corner Court. IE; PORTER. CIGARS, Gale" Factory at Her Ws A. V. BOBSBTS. S. K. wgtnrn ON THE LEVEE, FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Tbe United H tales Hall Line Boats, piOMPOSED of toe following, j nrsi-ciass steamers: MART BOVD ., ,K. L. Haines, master CLABKSVILLE Rees Prltchard, master n. W. DUO AN Dngan, master FOBT GIBSON Ed. Sowland, master Will hereafter leave Memphis for all points on Arkansas River, TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS at 5 o'clock, positively. For freight, passage, or Information, apply to or address GLENN 4 VINSON, atfgl Agenta. Wharfboat. foot Court st. FOR HELENA & FRIAR'S POINT For Helena, Friars Point, and all Way jumoiDSi (j. a. am .rocnec. JPlul A Mill, Jbb. Lee master I Stack Lee ciers Leaves Memphis eterr MONDAY, WEDNES DAY and FRIDAY. For frelgh tor passage apply on board, lag FOB OSCEOLA AND ASHPORT. Bnadolpli. Fulton, useeala and Asnpoit HeraJ.Wcekly isisc. Str. Frank Forrest, O. K. JopUn , -mastel Will leave every MONDAY a ui FcIDAY making all the coast landings. For freight or pannage apply on board. HOWARD ASSOCIATION. mHERB will be a general meeting of the X Howard Association at their rooms. No. 2& Second street, on Wednesday, 6th Instant, at 7 1-3 p.n. And as there Is business of especial Import ance to be transacted, a prompt and fuu at tendance Is earnestly requested. By direction of the President. mjj J. II. SMITH, Secretary. H. 33. CKAJODBB, SPECIAL DETEGTIYfi, Can be round at tho olllce of the Chier Police, 217 Second Street, cor. Adams Ai riS COSTUMES DRESSES AND ROBES I mm TIa Keiuphis & Little Roek B. B. n- T ! ANI !bmmiS8 2 Howai ST. PS'.