THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SUNDAY, MAECH 5, 1876
. YY DAYEY.
"Whom tt Pir Indorse the I'eoplJ
ENGAGEMENT FOB ONE WEEK
WEDNEtJDAY Ul SATURDAY MATINKB",
Headay Evening-, March tlb,
PHBRLEiS COMEDIENNE and YOCALIBT
MISS KATIE PUTNAM,
Aided by the Sterling Actor,
Slit. jr. J. SULLIVAN,
Co rl rated Comedy Company.
MISS KATIE PUTNAM'S FLAYS are all
produced entire and complete. This Com
bination, carrying n EFFICIENT OR
CHESTRA, all or the OriglaalMoslc, Bongs
and Dance Incidental to tne Pluji Intro
dated, th Programme ai advertised will
be lully carried oat; and the aame sttentlon
given to t e requirements of good taite and
refinement tbat baa Characterized the enter
lalnmenu given under this management.
MONDAY. March 6th Charles Dlekeni-
Great Creation of
OJL CURIOSITY SHOP.
TUESDAY, March 7th-Mlss Putnam'- own
FAHCHON, THE CRICKET.
WEDNESDAY, March 8th-Carlotte Bronte -
Great Story of
THURSDAY, March 9th The Beautiful Mill
DAUGHTER OF THE BEGUM-XT.
FRIDAY. March lOlh-Mies Putnam's ver
HATUHDAY, March llth Grand Peoples
Night Mlsi Putnam' New fipeolalty of
WEDNESDAY MATINEE, March 8th
SATURDAY MATINEE, March llth
OLD CURIOSITY SHOP.
The Management, In announcing the en
gagemont of this Artist, beg leave to state to
the public that -he stands to-day without a
rival In the Interpretation of the characters
the assnmei, and the Company suppoitlng her
has not been excelled during this season.
KUSDAY SIGHT, MARCH 8, 1876.
PEPPER'S GHOST 1
GO AND EEE THE GHOST!
Fenervel seats. 75cnts: sold during the day
at SOI Main street, Memphis cigar stoie. Gen
eral ndml&lon. W and 25 els.
EM PHIS TI1EATEB.
ONE WEEK ONLY. AND
Monday Evening, March 13, 1870.
H. T. PADDOCv Manager
The Supreme Favnrlte and Pearl of the
Supported by tho Sterling Actor,
31 R. VS. HAIIBIH,
AND A FIRST-CLASS COMPANY.
Monday Evening, March 13th,
FANCHON, TI1K CRICKET.
Tuesday Evening, March llth,
Wednesday Evening, March 15th,
Thursday Evening, March 18th,
PEABL OF SAVOY.
Friday Evening. March 17th,
eaterday Matinee, March Uth,
Saturday Evening, March 18 th,
Eale of Seats wilt commence st Thator bor
offlce rrlday, March 10, 1ST3.
Ecale of prices as usual.
THOS. W. BROWN, Agent,
TOR THE HEN-FIT OV
HATH OUP HAN ASYLUM,
On EXonday Evening, 2arcb Oih, IS7C
Under the direction of
PROFESSOR H. ECHULZE,
Mr. Martin, of Baltimore
Mr. Itornemai n
Mr. Rels ...
Profs. El lager, Karch and Winkler, Ar
nold a liauu. U1U luv viciiiaui wwiiu
Profs. EUlnger and scnulze, and Arnold's
Mr. Wllklns, Profs. Karen and Schulxe,
Prof. Schulre and Arnod's Band.
Trio Lombard 1.
ilrs. Caapikl- anu lit sirs. MarUn and
Coml Opera Incognito, or a Prince Against
His V1U." Byikipper. lurasiuiuc.
llano fainlthed by Mr. Goepel; costumes by
TICKETS ONE DOLLAR,
To be had at tho Book and Music stores.
For the Benefit of the
LEATH ORPHAN ASYLUM,
GERMAN OABINO SINGING CORPS,
On Bonday Evenleg, Hareh Alb.
Tirkets One Dollar.
ROOM AND POARD-PIeafa-t furnished
room on first flo r, with board; also, day
beard em wanted, at 57 Linden street. mbS
ROOMS FurnUbcd or unfurnished, with
board; terms mo-erat.at 110 Monro st.
ROOMS AND BOARD Can be had at No.
Tj Market street, mb4
OOD accommodations for Mardl Gra vlsl-XTtore.-tlS
jjulteny; day-boanlers wanted.
OOMJ rie"nt room, with board, can
MuauMwjiioiion street. ids
4URNIS-ED ROOMS With
V boaiders wanted, at Its Si
u iaj.i . u j
SEC JND ST.
DAY-BOARD AND LO DOING Front room
160 UNION BTREK.T.
BOARDEKS Wanted at, 122 Court street;
splendid front rooms, fumlshsd, at very
jeasonable rates; referancts, jbSO
IhUaTlifc.'ASAliK FiNE 1 UltXllUHK
BY A. r. rnillKLtND,
Weilaefidijr 31orn'nr, -furcb S, lb76
at r n ovlock,
At So. X4H Sicoud Street.
Parlor. Bedroom, Dlnlngioom and Kitchen
Csrrwts Mirror, Sideboards. Qceenswsre,
lilc , nie.
rinmnrlitlPK the contents of twenty rooms, all
in good oiuer.
ONE MAMMOTH BANUE AND FIXTURES
Suitable for a Hotel, Restaurant, or Eo&rd
ln.bouse. By order L. Lehman. Trustee.
tnb. A. K. PKANKLAMJ, Auctioneer.
VALUABLE ILEAL rHrATE
BY A E. FRANBX AND ,
lUEiDAT M0R5I5G, AT 11 O'CLOCK
MARCH 7, 1870.
JW The following deserir ed Ileal Estate and
Improved Lota, 1SI and 193, with Brick Home
and also a Frame Uon-e, Flower Garden
etc, fronting on weal side araet Square,
In city of Memphlf, 71 feet 714 lncnc s, ana run
nlng bck, toward Main street, 71 feet. This
beautiful place Is offered at private sale until
that time; If not sold, will sell as above, re-
gardlets of price, on the premises.
Title perfect. Terms reasonable.
A. E. FRANKLAND, Auctioneer.
By order of L. Qr-dshaw. Agent. fb27
A. JC STODDARD,
flenrraJ Auctioneer and Appraiser,
Makes dally sales of Merchandise of every
rf-u-rintinn. Hreclal attention and rates
given to sales for executors, administrators.
trustees, assignees, underwriters and oargoee ,
40. a0 Meenntf Hfreet (opp. Court Square)
BA 1X ROADS.
SLtolSilPri AND TKHHESSEE.B. B
CHAISE OF SCHEDULE.)
AND AFTER MONDAY, JANUARY
1 1V tr.lna irlll run as follows:
' ' LIAVt. AEKIVK.
New Orleans Mall, dally S SJ p-m. 25 pan
ttprern Train, aauyiexi.i.
ttanaayj .. .
daUy (except Sunday) 6 :00 a jn. i S5 p jn
Close connections made at Granada with
i rtv- V, .nil Mnnth for All DOlntS.
K-nr mrther InformaUon apply to Ticket
)fflce. No. 217 Main street, and at depot,
' m. BOKKE, Superintendent,
JAMFJS 8 PEED, Ticket Agent.
LODIsTlLhE asd kasufille
GREAT 80DTHEBH RAILROAD
Mall train leaves dally at-
Accommodation train leaves dally at 1:15 p.m
Pullman Palace Bleeplng-Cars on all night
For tlokets or information apply at
ticket Office, Ko. 287 Haln Street,
OOBSEB M ADISOS.
JOHN T. FLYNN, Sup't Memphis DlT.
JAMES SPEED. T.cket Agent,
KEMFfllS ASD CHARLESTON E. B.
CHANG K OF SCHEDULE.
N AND AFTER
Mall train, dally at-
11:00 a,m. 2:10 p.m
Exorers train, dally, at . lUO ajn.
4ninarv1ITli 1 min . d All V. PI"
pant HSnillvt. Rl DSWpm. OiOUtwm
No change of cars between Memphis and
ri.tii anri MemDhls and Montgomery, ana
Dly one change or cars to wasnrngion.
Bleeping coscl-ei on all nlgbt trains.
Time 20 minuter lasier man cny ume.
iKb.l nine-. atf7 Mlo aireei.
Trains will not sto at Vance street.
IV. J. KO:8. Gen'l Sop'U
TOM B. DUNN. Hctet Ac-nt.
FOB LEibEOK KElST.
RIVER FARM SltuaUd 12 railed below
Memphis, oa Arkansas side 300 acres
cleared land. Kortwms apply to
39 MariUon PtrePt
FOR BALK OR REST.
iPi.ciNnm I'fiTTON.SHED LOT Very
cIokb and convenient to the corner of
Union utreet and Front row,
263 FT. FRONT BY 1SX DEEP,
txrm imtH fit a vrr reduced mice for cafh.
or will be sold on time to knit, or will be leased
for ten yara. ,,, ,
.ntn i-liipl.V.KnitNlMHKD HO 'MS-At
290 MAIN ST.
tfIUE yDBW1BUtU M AIN STREET.
DWELLING Laree dwelling with II rooms,
in arv condition. at 99 Miidlkou st ; pos-
session given Match 1st; Inquire on premises
ROOMS At SS Main
H AIN BTttEKT 8IORB The large and de
iVl slrablr located s'oreSO Main, with loprny,
dry pasemenu Appiy w a.j. mu.-
r ESI DENCE That large brick residence, 134
1 1. khodu street cuvern, nmuio uu ui-
buUdlnijs, large yard. Apply to
JAMES PAhK eor picnics and arllH.and
ail gente! outdoor roveU " Jamea Park."
PLOORS 1 he three upper floors of No. 7
Adams street, containing large rooms.
applyto THUS. FISHER. Emmet Bank.
ESIDKNCE The late re-ldence of J. D.
Williams. No. 637 uneiny siresu Appiy
W. JOYNER, 323 Main street.
j ESIDENCK-Krom March 1st, flrst-elaSH
V rfttlitfnnn. 3.torv brick, containing 12
rooms. In Greenlaw Block, no. ire, fouth sloe
dadlBon street. Apply io mih.l, b.mbmi,
on premises, or to
i bi8 A. O. DENNI?. 292 Main street,
OTOREHOUaE No. 316)4, Calhoun Block, at
?5 present occupied by Baxter, Trezevantii
Co.pplytO W. JOXNER,
fcS vv CS Main street,
XFOSITION BUILDING The old Mem
phU Industrial Exposition Building.
Vpplyto a N. OROSVENOK,
fal 264 recond street.
riNE OFFICES AND SLEEPING BOOMS
C Plenty or water on every noor.
B LEDGE, MCKAY Jt CO
del X71 and 37S Main
ltnue-M 4rt Main
troet. Apply t" taac
ittmvhr ni;OIT.STOVES-Oll orGaa. at
HI rZKKLIJ'S, 83 Second street.
INVKNTION To close and bolt doors acd
gates without noltc, offered for fiU. It Is
verj subfctantlaL The Inventor not being
able to cat It into operation. Is willing to seU
very low. For further Information, address
mh4 B. C. BLENDER, Batesvllle. Miss.
nOTTON-CLEANER-An Al Imported cot-
i j ton-cieantranu aaster, wuu ibou uu w
livery mo: ions and other modern iDprove
menis, gnarauteed perlect In Its use and lu
perior to any similar machine that can be
bouiht in the United States. Also, an Im
ported Atmospheric Gs Engine, of oae-horse
power; easy tu uinuiv, huu two ...l, - cwfuv..
.oi in iv.tnl wcrklncr. acd offers create ad
vantaee than any other mo'or where email
power is retailed, app. v at
corner Union and Front sts.,
mh4 Boom 11, third floor.
IL Best ard ssfest oil ln llemphis; Lamps
and trimmings, at wronu atrreu
v a vii Tn acres choice rtsldenc land.
1 i well timbered, near Union avenue, two
ml'ea from tbo city, very cneap.
fb.B W. A. HJliljl&tv, io Jiauifou u
lOBD W'OOD-250 cords lst quality stovo-
l i trnnrilSMon levee. 14 txi ueuvereu, wu
InCKEr CHKAP-One Ucket to Chicago by
Illinois Central Road. Address Lpostofflca
irvntraR "WOOD -SELLERS The tlm
I i heron 8 acres of land on Onion avenue,
fb26 W. A. lAFlJLaci, o Jmtuxim w
No. 637 Main street.
TTDTTDniv PEsnnKKCK-Wlthln 2 miles
.H -r u.-nt,hl s acres of land, rich as the
).o.iihr lha hills. In the hlebeft
nrodacilve cooaiunn. spacious uwuu uu
innnrtenanees the whole premises In the
hk.t nrdnr. In short. It 1 the bert property
and tire D6SI. Daraaia on tne qiiuacu auuiw.
S?c.ll on TREZEVANT A CO,
AV dHUlDUU sUCCW
PBOPEkTY I OW -The property Joining
nt Mnth of Morgan's carriaae shop, near
Calvary Church, corner cf alley, between Jef
fxrwn and Adams. A good bargain : must be
tout. W. a. wiihATLEi, zxj jiain sr.
I tITY KtwIUENCK one or more of five of
I , ihnu flrKi-eiaii cltr res.dences in the
Greenlaw Block, foath tide of Madkon street,
eastof Fourth street, well known as among
the most convenient and pleasant In the city:
from 12 io it rooms In each; cisterns, pa v d
back ard, high walls between eaohiot, sew
ers underground from each to the bayou.
Terms easy, and price to suit the times. Ap
piy to A. O. DESNIr-. 2)1 Main St.
UlJW-C3LRAP 63 bead of broke mare
HALL A CO.
CUOKlB and One. OUT FLOWERS at
Mrs. KLKhnCH. rm Rsvhnrn itniift.
,to orders u. Bledc, McKay Oo."s. col
VAIL On Lauderda e ttrect,a black crape
vail, which the owner can have by call-
ins at SOS Ponto oc Mtetl.
TMVOKCESlesally and quietly cbtatned for
1 lncompallblllly. etc.; residence unneces
arr: fee alter decree. A-GOODRICH, P. O.
ibb. uilcasn. ill. inn
is I7Lt On Tuehdav rileht.lrom Fort Pick-
LTJL erlog, a large utrk bniwn mare mule,
with llcht orlrc wscon. patent hubs, with
" K. L. uee, bullaer," In gilt letters, on sido of
wazoa. A Ubtrm reward tor tnur recovery
will bo raid alisi Main m. it, K. ikk.
STEATED OR STOLEN.
HON.CiRAY MULE -One the nlabl or 2tu
1 February, a lario lron-cray hor e mule.
seven yf nn oiu. a iioerai rewaia lor isii re-
tarn to MemphUl.ll Co. mb3
,7.7 rnrh,l on. I rlotil hln. mint nnil lull
long. When last seen she waa with a i-maii
nild tor her delivery to
mli2 MemnMx nnd I harlenton R. t,
&M ULK From wsgon-yard, corner seco' d
lu and Union, a f mall by mare mule, about
11 bands high, mano and tall tt 11 ronched.
a lihprai TfitFfim win do naiu lor inn return 01
the mule at wagon-yard, corner Second and
Union n ceu. mhi
a ULES On the night of Febrnsry 21st,
'it rrom my pia:c, h uciuiiuiiuwui icuu.,
two white home Mi-len, medium 8lzer""bne
h!i-L- hnn Mnle meulnm -Ize: one mouse
color d horte Mule, medium slzs-all old, In
mivllnm rnnrtlllnn. and l.o SDeclal marks. A
liberal reward will be paid lor information
leadlne to their recovery. Adorens u. a.
RHODE". Germantown "Vn". fbSfl"'!
Hi of au ear-rirg. with a coral rose: the tinder
wl be liberally rewarded on leaving same at
M. PUMP'iJ, 153 Main bireet.
be liberally rewarded by leavlnj the same at
E 1 u Ku u CUi'iiiJE. v. i.. ..ui ......
tl. FALLS & I O.V.
mha xo vj union si,
F1AR-RING On Tuesday. Feb. 23 h. a tmall
i co d ear-rlnc Finder will bo rtwaided
for Its delivery at the appeal orace,
TrKEAKTPIN ANDHANDKERCHIKF On
ri .Mnrdl Gras nluht. at Memplil I better or
on Third or Hernando streets, one lady V coral
breastpin and lace uandkeict ler. Atmiaoie
reward will be paid to anyone returning same
to W. li. UALHKtim n ce. lu ,
mn2 no. II union sooer.
klAMoND ItlNG-flOO BKWAKD-On Mon-
U day, February -.sib. between the biuff
ana me rrraca pianu at tuuri. cuumr, uviudw
diamond ring (a siouo-tji wiia me nn - w
nora"on inside. Uhe above rewaid will bo
paid for lUreturr E. J. wENUEL,
Itly ivU It uniiiii M I rut.
OTKADY woman To do housework r..r a
O small lamity at Helena, Aiknusas. Apply
145 VA-CE Sr.
PARrNER For a small placn In Bolivar
conn's. Mississippi, who can furnish six or
eight nanus and leeu ruem: or x win teate
laud with stock on it Addie-s
W. S. COOK, Neblelta indin-;, MIS9.
riOY Fourteen or rlrUen years old, at the
U Florence sewiDf-.iacnine orace.
RDERS-For Geso'.lne, Benzine and Coal
J Oil, by single barrel or car-loa-Js, at
"lAPITAL Man with capital of 50 to Join
l j in culuvatlnc a larm near tno city. Ad
VY ., AppUil f-'UICO.
OXPERIESCED OPERATORS On the
Hi Slneer and Wheeler & Wilson lowing-
maehlnes, for ehirt-raaktng.
mUl IJlVaL.aU'j I. tUA If wdJiulU &k.
129 ADAMS ST.
CJEAMSTRESS A good seamstress, to per-
CJ form on a lorenceKcwinc-macmne. to en
gage by the day. Apply at siz i-opiar streer-
riWO WHITE GIRLC From 9 to 13 years
X. old, can secure good homes in tne rountry.
Apply to u. u. uuwiiuu cc u j,
rnui rruub micsi, uremia.
WAITER-A 00 1 waiter u!
ARDENER Any one wishing to employ a
U nrst-ciass earaener. pieasi auuiesi j. j.,
this office. Kefsrences given, it rtqui ea.
r enmbrance. wantsn nermanent'.tuatlon
.it. , j n i , , . . --. i v. . i. vi . u-
ax iroverness. or seanistrefS. or to teach chil
dren In primary branche, or all combined,
with a family In the country. An agreeable
homo the chief consideration. Aimless Airj.
CLARKE, care Appeal. mh3
mlLLINEKS First-class milliners; none
1U but comperenr. nanus neea sppiy.
J1 nnfi Advancement for ore thousana
iBlMXJiJ dollais to run a plantation: cau
give eood note to secure mis amount, or mort
gage on crop, li preierreu. ouui uaa
, Appeal offlce, for lour days.
COOK Colored preferred t go
country. Call at 117 Third bireet.
ITORK-Of any kind, in city or country.
FT by a young man. Auarcss
mh. JUFFA, Appeal office.
r-kRArrrinAl, PLANTER-To take an Inter
r eat In u noid nlaca of 530 acrts cleared
land, four mlies west of Carson's Landing,
Balivar county, aiKi.
U.U. A, atUVAlJlJi ammcun m..
SlTUATlOST-As honsfkeeper or todo cham
berwork: no objections to leaving the
ity. inquire nt No lss, comer louai anu
II 1 iwra. A. v., iiiBuuivc.
RUY OK SELL rerhons uesinrc to oiiy or
seU FUKNITURK and HOUSKHOLD
GOOtH to call t Ol Main Ktreot
ttELII0DS SBIiVtCEhTO DAI.
Hernando Street Methodist
CntJECii. fcervlces at 11 a.m. nnd "K p.m
Alabama Street Presbyterian
Chobcii. servlc s at 11 a.m. and 7 :30 p.m
Grace fEpiscoPAL): Church Mr-
nando tireei Services by tho rector. All seats
THIRD PBEBBY1EBIAN Church
Snrvicesat 11 a.m and 7:15 p.m. by Rev. L,
M, Klchaidton, pastor.
St. Mary's cathedral. Poplar st
Service at 7 nnd 11 a.m. and 7 p.m , liev. Geo.
Linden pjtreet Christian Church
Communion services at 10:30 a.m. No
Cheiea Baptist Ohukcu Preach
ing at 11 a.m. and 7 10 p.m., by the pastor, b
i lgreit. quuuu) -aciiu ji at j, -
Cnuscn of the Good Shepherd
CAlJea-DIvlne bervlce at 11 a.m. aud 7ii0
pjn., by Itev. Vlrgtnius u. uee, necior,
Thibd Cumberland 1'resbyterian
Ciiubcu CuIsea-Preaching at it a.m. ana
10 p.m., by the pastor, ev. L. v.i ayior.
First Baptist Church babbath-
school at 9 ajn. Services at 11 o'clock a.ni
and 7 p.m., by Rev. John E. Craig, pastor.
First Presbyterian Church CLt
tier Poplar and Third itrctU - Services at lla,m,
and 7 p.m. Kev. Eugene Daniel, pu&tor.
Court-street Cumberland Pres-
bttekLaN Ciiobch. PreachlDg al U a.m. and
7 pjn,, by tho pastor, Itev. Dr. btaiuback.
St. JjAzarus (Episcopal) Church,
iladiion Street. Services at 1J a.ra. nud 4
.m by the rector, itev. a. uiurcmu r-atpm,
Lutheran Church Washington st.
near Third -service at 10 a.m. and 7pm,
by Rev. li. SieCK. snnuay-scuooi at a isj a.m.
First Methodist Church S. P.
huratt. pastor. Divine services at II a,rn. anu
7-.3UP.IU. cauuaiu-Bcuuui ut u u.ui. neaia
St. John M. E Church Corner of
Vance and iauomiaje uiafs vim a.m., nun-day-school
at 3 P.m. Preaching at the usual
Calyary (Episcopal) Cnuitcn.
This church will be open for divine sarvlce
to-dsy, morning and eyenlng, tho rector olll-
11 ajn. and7 pjn.,by ttev.W. E. Buggs, D.D.,
Central Methodist Episcopal
Cuvh.cn. Union street Sunday school at 9 a
m. Services at 11 a.m. and 7A) p.m. by Rev,
Jaa. A. Ueard. '
Fort Pickerino M. E. CnuHcn
Corner of Sixth and Jackton ttrecU. Preach
ing at li a.m. ay xvev. J. u. uuauuier. .ounuaj
school at 9:30 am.
Second Cumberland Presbyte
rian CuueCH Ilanee Jirrrf. Preaching at 11
a.m. and 7 p.m. by itov. 1. c. Chiton, bun
clay school at a tt-in.
Centbal Baptist Church. Second
ttreei, near Eeale freacnin; al it a.m. by
her. li. w. uuseoy, oi nuutviiie, Aiauama,
Sabbalh-tchool al ViJfl a.m. beau lieu.
First Congregational Church.
Union Street Kev. W. B. Millard, pastor,
Services al li a.m. &uoain-scnooiai'ji a, in,
Lecture at 7-J30 p m. by Mrs. Anna Witten
meyer, on lempeiance.
Central Baptist CnurtCH (col'd)
Oaiuej ttreet, belwetni,tnaen ana ivniaoczci
vicai at 3 p.m. by itev. Dr. Hoggs, ol the Pres-
t..i..l.n hnroh ntll am., n , , r1 7 V n.m.. bv
UJKl.w.. .-' " ' , . m . -
bev. W. a. rniuips, pasior.
Go to cburcb.
Pt-pptr's Ghcst to-night.
Leslies Popular Monthly, for March,
Paumnias, the Spartan, by the late
Lord LyttoD, at MaurfordV.
BIllvtLieben. at 236 Mam stmt.
will have the Mardl-Uras Graphio Mon
day. Mike Nolan, aged eighteen, wea ar
rested yesterday afternoon on the
charge ot stealing a knife and comb.
The Theater box-cllica will be open
at 801 Main street to-day for the sale of
reserved EeatB to the Ppper Ghost iihow
AifroH Turner, rolnred. was arrested
by the police yesterday on the charge of l
Bteallngmonoy from deck-passengers on
Mrs. Anne Wittenmevcr will lectin
to-nlcht at the First Connregatlonal
cburcb, on Union street, (subject
Billy Liben, at No. 236 Main street,
has a lull ttock of current literature.
magazines, periodical?, illustrated pa
ners. weeklies, moutnllej anu dim
Lieben. the newsdealer at 236 Main
street, has all the latest weekly Dictorl
alp, in one of which will be found a half-
naze illustration or tno appeal's ac
ountof the Miller-Wattson spirit expose.
Ycsterdav Charle3 Willett. colored
and John Dillon, a street-car driver, had
a flftht add were arrested ; the former
cn the charge or assault anu cattery
wltn intent to Kill, union was release
on a forfeit of ten dollars.
Frcf. Pepper's Ghosl has aroused
cenerrl interest, and Is well worth see
ing Think ol a scientist producing
Sh?6tf which walk and move about so
I AS 10 Do Seen Dy OVcry OI10, 1UIH 13 10.1
I in excess of anything that spiritualism
-At the Bethel anniversary exercises
I Sunday last, the sum of three hundred
and fifty-two dollars was tubscribed to
the institntion. It is necessary to have
the cornice of the new building made as
soon as possible, and an appeal for help
is mace to tne public.
-The orjeratio entertainment and
I concert by the German CiMao and lead
n musicianB. at the Greenlaw Opera
house, to-morrow night, for the benefit
of the Leath (orphan asylum, should be
largely attended. It will be a magnm
The Hernando (Mis?.) Ptea and
Herald sys: "JivervDouy wno coum
spare the 'pondulix' went to witness the
olardi Oras festlvuie3 on Tueaay. in
MeniDbie. Those who have returned
i ; .,it . ut,
I di r, f tc, any previous exhibition. The
cr .yj yg enormous "
-Editors Appeal Is it not in order
Protestant paetors of Memiibis,
. . - -n e -r. -
nis violation ol tne oaobatu in tne civ
ing of a scientific dramatio performance
at the Theater to-night? Or have they
come to the conclusion that this is a free
COUUliy? A PROTEST-ANT.
We lsarn tbat a Memphis eentle-
man is engaged in the construction of a
machine whereby he will be enabled to
furnish gas at a cost not exceeding? one
dollar per thousand feet. The inventor
uiaiujo uioi b uinimuo cunauio jor lue
use of an ordinary family can be fur
nisbed for fifty dollars,
Tne mo3t hideou, discordant, tor-
turing, annoying, outraireouj nuisance
ever inflicted upon a peaceful neighbor-
noou or a nervou? community is the
crazy bagpips hear J nightly in a 8econd
street saiooo, near dv ime onice. xne
or erator is as energetically awkward as
his discord is annoying. Police I
We have received from Mr. Peter
een, tne well-known musician, a tran
scription of the "Album Waltz," by
pnougrapnic process, in caomet size
The notes are clearly brought out, and
all the indices and guides very plain. A
patent lor tne process nas been applied
ior. me oniy preventive to its popmr
ity is price, That overcome, Petersen
hi a a lortune in view,
Why do the police permit cattle to
be driven at breakneck speed through
ine principal stieats or tne city7 Yes
terday morning a drove of cattlo come
near overrunning a street-car and
buegyon Malnslreet, near Poplar. The
chief of police gives instrnctlon to have
arrested persons engaged in careless
driving and fast riding. This is far
more dangerous and should be looked
In this week's Irish World appeaTs
a long and ably written letter from
O'Donovan Boess, the Irish patriot, euir-
gesting the raising of a skirmishing
fund by the irisUmen or Amerlci, the
object being, as stated editorially in the
above paper, to enable a lew Intreped
spiriU to srrito a blow at England year
after year, or oftsner, as might seem ad
visable heroic men, who will cany on
an irregular and incessant warfare
against the enemy (England) while the
regular military organizations are pre
paring for the heavier and more regular
wora. Tne idea eeems to meet with the
approval of a large number of our ycucg
lrisnmen in Mempnis, and already
steps are being taken to form what is
termed a "skirmishing o'uh," with the
view of praclicajly aiding and carrying
our, tne project,
The following is tho mortuary report
ior tne ween ending yesterday atternoon
at six o'cioce
AGE) SEX. COL'H CAUSE.
Man. Mabarfy..! 7
W. E. Holland. 19
John Rlferty.. 70
C Cormidy i 37
Mrs. BalltnaerJ SO
I female i
Helen Palmer.. 02
femalei white jpuenm'n a
'. W. l oper 9ai
H. A. Casten... 45 I female
w. w.Etty I 1 male..
Oscar Johnson. 6 imale
Mary iv cer eu
Wadel Hodges, 2
'Curry, child. l
Julia Herron 3
Khoda Walker.. 55
Jose Robinson. 10
coto'd, hy'phy h't
Oto. Owens, ' S3
Georgia Gurleyl 1
II. M'LiouuoiI.' oil
H. AloxSndor... 60
female- colo'd spasms
lardy Geoson. 5 w
Viola Teasler. 1
Hebron Jones ! 5m
Shla Gee, child 6m
A. uwens a
Total for the week.26: whites 12, blacks
14; from Hospital, 6 still-born, l.
HEBER JONES, M. D.,
Secretary Board of Health,
L'st of undelivered telegrams re
mainlog at the Western Union tolecraph
iiniCA, 66 Madison street: n. tt. uiven.
C. Ellls.Tucker, E. B Hurt (2), Barney
tlueties ((, J, a. Moouey, oiisa uoiat-
a Devine, John Uunn, Major H. M.
Thompson, P. Moses, B. A, Parkr, W,
L. CaraeroD, Jacob J. Peres & Co., B h
lo. Huso & Co. John H. Chidesier,
Captain John D. Elliott, Colonel Charles
rttarr, uiarence Jiaii, Mn4io Johnson,
A. b gntls;o, 1. L. l-lcher, Hill,
Fontaine & Co.. Maitin & Co.. C. W.
7 0 , B"te M'Intyre & Co.,
J j- xu. uuuwi u. vu , rv. iu..
CCSrDrOUgU & UO., J. U. JJaVIS S UO ,
Clarir, Jobnson dc uo , A. A. hmlthwicE,
Captain B. W. Jenkinp, Carrington Ma
son, -t arris a arris, y , a. itea, Kan-
die, Heath & Livermore, Captain J. G.
AudrewM, Mulford. Patterson & Co , G.
Falls & Co , B. Babt w. J. BioKer,
BobJen, Uuse & Co., Victor D. Fuchs,
J. W. JtlTerson & Co., B. Lowensteln &
Bros., Charles Altschnl, Rev. S. Lan-
druml J. J. Slover, J. L. Spore, E.War
burg, Mrs. C. M. Farnsworth, Louis
Ran cer & Co , C. T. Caruthers & C J C.
B. Greely, Dr. E. H. Martin.
0PEX MONDAY Ar KREJIEB'S !
SPRING HATS AND BONNETS
Belgian Straws, French
MifBea' and Children's Hats.
School Hats, new styles.
Spring Shades Ribbons and Sllkp.
Elegant line of Parasols and Sua
breiias, in all the new styles.
and Princesae Laces
New Cachemire Scarfa and Ties.
Elegant Hoe of Frenoh and English
New Sty It s Vail Nets.
New Style Collars and Cuffi.
New Buttons, New Trimmings,
All the novelties
of the scawn dally
MR. F. KREMER'S.
Garden seeds, etasj seeds, fruit
trees, everirreena and flowering plants,
at Otto Sohwill's seed store, 346 Main st.
EMBROIDERIES ! EMBROIDERIES 1 !
HanibnrK Edgings, Flonncltijr ami
SWISS, MULL, CAMBRIC fc LINEN.
OUB own dibect importation!
Pi Ices unprecedently low at
B. lowexsteix a DBoa.
Advertise your business in theHolly
Springs (Mls.) Jieporter. 11 pays,
ATTRACTIVE SPRING X0TELTIES!
B. LOWEXSTEIN A BROS.,
NEW SILKS! NEW DRE33 GOODS!
" c w Prints!
Ecru Cashmere Net.
Tulle Cashmere Ecru.
Ecru Chenille Net.
Ivory Cashmere Laces.
Ivory Cashmere Edgings.
Eoru Crepe Fiancalse.
New and attractive lines of
LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN'S
riOSIERY AND GLOVES!
Mr. Thos. W. Brown, acsntof Mae-
gle Mitchell, who beeins an engagement
at tho Memphis Theater Monday week,
is in tne city.
Cooper, tho artist, will leave Mem
phis about the twentieth or twentv-fifth
of March for Nashville, where he has
ssveral orders to fill.
Captain Georoe G Latta. of Hot
Springs, Arkansas, was married to Miss
Fannie Brownlow, daughter of Ex-Senator
Brownlow, at Kaoxville, a few
Chief Athy wishes Information of
Isaao M'Donald, who formerly resided
at Grand Rinids, Michigan. Thisnartv
will And it to his interest to call at Chief
The Llttlo Rock Gazette savs that
Colonel A. H. Reynoldi id a candidate
for re-election aa mayor of Pine Bluff.
rue colonel nas been an elncient onicer.
and is worthy the compliment of re
Mr. M. B. Davis leaves to-day for
nis nome in tne north, lis takes with
him the good wishes of sit in Memphis
We hope at no distant day to see him
hore again; we can assure him a hearty
Mrs. Wittenmeyer, president of the
woman's .national temperance union
will hold a meeting for ladies in the
First Methodist church, Monday after
noon at inree o'clock, ana a publl
meeting ar nignr.
Captain John M'Donald. ef th
Louisville and Nashville and Great
Southern railroad, leaves to-dav for a
trip to the northwest, and will be abient
a month. We nope nis visit will
pleasant and commend him to our
friends in that section.
Prof. M. A. Levy, the wonderful
magician, ieave3 to-uay for Nashville
whero he will remain some time. Prof.
Levy has done a large business in tbiB
city, and afforded our people an orpor
tunity of possessing many of the most
remarkable magical toys acd tricks of
the age- We nope to see him egain in
The following names of visitors were
registered at the cotton exchange yes
terday: J. J. Ridgeri, Walnut Bend
EJgar Nott, New Orleans; Major J. S
wicinsr, i'loe liiuu, AtKansas: j. a
Cleveland, Pine Bluff, Arkansas; J. B
Weaver, agent M. and L. P. K. R. R,
C. Gaitings, Baltimore: B. W. Jen
nings, Bolivar, Mississippi.
The New Orleans Picayune, of Fri
day, has the following: "As has been
already announced, Hon. Jefferson Davi
will deliver an adores befoie theLouisi
ana associated veteiaus of the Mexican
war, at the Exposition hall, on Tuesday
evening next, tho seventh Instant. The
distinguished lecturer has chosen for his
subject the "Mexican War and its lis
suits," which, in his hands, cannot but
be tietted in a in?st forcible, instructive
and entertaining manner. Tne proceeds
of tne lecture are to Da devoted to the re
lief fund of the association, and we may
sait iy preuisc mat me mere announce
ment that Mr. uavis is going to deliver
the address, aside from the widespread
interest manifested in the cause in which
he has kindly agreed to give his time
and talents, will draw together an im
THE ClRfiAT RED STORE
SPECIAL NOTICE 1
Owing to a change in our business, we
will offer for the next thirty
EXTRAORDINARY BARGA NSJ
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
Every article marked down from our
former low prices.
The Greatest Bargains Ever Exhibited
Bco'.s, Shoes, and
Without giving a detailed price-list,
wo solicit an examination of our goods
0M. FRANK & C0., 249 Main Street.
Chancery Court, Morgan, Judge,
This court will meet at ten o'clock
Monday forenoon, and the following
causes compose tne calender, viz: 1311!,
iieizjg va-uonauue; i4, JNeisonvaClay
brook; 1415, Curry vs Wright: 1417.
Thomas vs Matson; 1437. Grubbs vs
Roper; 1440, Botto vs Lazoretto: 1351.
Bice vs Hunt: 1448. Robinson vs Hall:
1456, Thomas vs Matson; 1515, Bridges
vs uriuzes; iou, uneeK va Memphis
Oil Company et al; 1545, Bate vs Bate-
man et al; 1547 Behuier vs Forrest et al:
.r-.rx .11 , i ...... r '
ioi, uie vs LujKm : 1001 . .uane vs Liaae:
1553, Shelby County va Stack: 15S5.
M'Liean vs Mollatt et al; 1560, Hlnes vs
Murpny; looo. onoemafeer vs Waldran:
156S, Bill vs Rsggio et al; 1670. Wright
vaRalney etal; 1572, Doyte vs Cuneo
et ai; iod, kieiskell va Burkle; 1670,
GovevaToof etal: 1578. PainevaTu.
theretal; 1580, Harrison va Harrison;
15S2; Samuel ReyarvsCuneoet al; 1E84,
Folwell va Page; 15S6, Powers va John-
aon; 15b, JJjjie vs Powell: 15S9. State
of Tenneeseovs EUett; 1590, Hicks vs
uannaueretai; ioui, .Batsman va Sill!
1592, Young vs Wairen & Co; 1595, Can-
novan vs uuy ot mempnis: 1597. Mer
chants iSatlonsi lianK vs Dill: 169S.
T-,,. 1.1 f "t . A 1 .1 . '
nizgeraiu a. vm. ve imuiu; loaa, uru
ble va Elliott et al; 1600, Olive va Padu
cahand Memphis Railroad Comnanv:
1801, Flaherty v Walsh et al;497, Blastt-
well vs iiiacKweu; xai, uuuy vs M'Gtee;
450; Psjmore vs Hodgcf.
Criminal Conrt Adams, Judge.
The following casei are set for trial on
Monday next: 28, Jobn P. Grace; 378,
T. H. Williams and B3n Dunlap; 415,
Thomas Ryan; 447, ivd. Lee; 449, Lu
cius Robertson; 450, Anderson Ward;
4&4, Emanuel Fuller; 4G5, Mary Handle;
473, John Smith; 478, Laura Shaw and
Kate Jones; 479, Charles Jaokson; 457,
John Hays; 4i, nenry jjeii; iwi,
Henry Brewer; 493, Sandy Andarson.
IIEBZOG A BROS.
Are enabled to offer this week
IMMENSE BARGAINS IN GOODS!
Which by rare chance were bought
away below tho regular price, and
are the goods pedp'o want
New Spring Calicoes lower than ever.
Bleached Domestics cheaper than they
have ever been.
New and Novel Spring Dress Goods
lower than any other house in the
A splendid two-button kid glove at 6oc
New styles in children's hose, in solid
colors and stripes, very cheap.
Beautiful Ecru Lace Ties at 50c.
Handsome Silk Ties at 25c.
Ecru Lace and Net in very large assort
ment. New Eciu Barbs and Scarfs, cheaper
than they can be mado.
Bleached Muslinp, Sheetings and Cali
coes, cheaper than ever.
UERZ0Q & BR0., 250 Main Street.
Robinson's minstrels closed their en
gagement at Assembly ball last night.
They did not play to large hcu?es, but
are eaiu to give excellent entertain
C. YV. Couldock.
Mr. C. W. Couldock, with the Abbey
dramatic compary, closed nia engage
ment at the Memphis 1 beater last
night in the Willow Copse. Of Mr,
Couldock we cannot sav too much In
praise; though old in years, he Is young
and vigorous in fcelirg. and gives to his
acting a strengm ana simplicity of styi
Our best wishes attend him and the good
company constituting nis support.
To-morrow night the German Casino
will give a grand concert and operatic
performance in tne Ureenlaw Ooera
house, for the b 311 tilt of the Leath orph
aa asylum. This enteriainment will be
one of the most recherche ever given in
Mempnis, ana win doubtless attract
full house. The concert will be under
the skillful direction of Prof. Schulz
musician of acknowledged talent, wno
will ba assisted by- Mrs. Czapski and
Mesjrs. martin 01 uaitimore, liorne
mann, Rels, Leglr and Wllklns, Pro
fesors Eltinger, Karch and Winkler,
aua tne uermau uasino singing corns
From this array of talent it will be seen
tnat tne entertainment bids fair to be
magnificent treat. We hope to see
Tbo Lecture nnd Ghost To-Nlght.
Our readers are already aware that
Prof. Pepper, a distinguished English
scientist, win deliver a pnuosopnlcal
lecture at tno Mempnis Theater to
night. This entertainment will be one
of the most instructive, delightful and
novel ever given in Mempnis, and is in
terrating alike to the old and the young,
Prof. Pepper, sut ported by the talented
actor, Mr. Julieu G Reynolds, and a lull
corps of artiate, will introduce the dia
logue and startling illusory experiments
occurring in ma ueautiiui drama entitled
The AichemuVa JJavgn'er. In thia won
derful entertainment Prof. Pepper's en
deavor ia to elevate tno drama by con
nectitg tho wonders of science with
dramatic pathos, and thus produce a
greater moral and re thetic effect. The
arrangement of the drama permits
tne introduction 01 gnosta wnicn move
breathe and have their being, as if en
dowed with supernatural vitality. Prof.
Pepper exhibits these gliosta, and. also
explains how they are produced. He is
an anti-spiritualist, and by the aid of
chemical processes exhibits ghosts far
more wonuenui man any ever sum
moned by spiritualist?. Persons who be
lieve in the existence of ghosts or ppiritB
win do cureu 01 tneir error by bearing
mis lecture ana witnessing me wonder
ful manifestations of Prof. Pepper.
Those who appreciate the drama in this.
us new ana more novel leatures. will be
entertained most agreeably and oleas
antly. It is an attraction which invites
tne attendance or the most;Iearncd, and
wi'l show how fir science is instrumen
tal in the production of tho marvelous
To-morrow nigbt Katie Putnam he
gins a week'a engagement at the Mem
pnia M'neaier, tno opening play telng the
"W.I f -.-... oi T ' . . Z .
kjiu. bununiu oto. iu speusing 01 ner
engagement in Norfolk, a Journal of
mac city sata: "ine operanouse was
again replete with a fashionable audi
ence to witness cbarming Katie Put
nam in ner inimitable and wonderful
impersonation of "Little Nell" and
Tne Marjnionessp," two widelv dis
similar characteia trjm Dickens's Old
Curiosity Shop. -To 1 ay that the public
waa pitatea wim me production would
convey but a taint idea of tne gratihea
lion experienced, ior tne evidences of an
intense inward delight were pictured on
every countenance. The assertion is not
overdrawn when we remark that Dick-
ena'a "Little Nell" waa slmost an inaoi
ration, so sublime In its conception aud
so grand in trutnfuu e a to nature is it
in execution. Tba character is not onlv
grand, but it approaches a climacteric
wnere me woru superb involuntarllv
finds an appropriate expression. It
bears on its front in every scene
thoughts, feelings and emotions which
appeal irresistibly to the higber man-
nuod and gentler womanhood of our na
tures, Uickena has immortalized "Lit
tle Nell." and "Little Nell" will yet im
mortalize Katie Putnam. It is so diffi
cult for those of mature years to fall
back into the habits and feelings of the
time when we a'l were, or ought to have
beesj "Little Nell" in character, that
Miss Putnam's charming rendition of
the part is more than a success; it ia a
triumph. In this character she has
won a national reputation, and we may
safely say mat no actress on me Amtn
can stage is her equal."
The members of the German Casino
Singing Corps are making extensile
preparations for the grand concert and
operatic performance, to be given Mon
day next, at the Greenlaw Operahou3e,
for the benefit of the Leath Orphan asy
lum. We call especial attention to the
attractive programme published in an
other column, and to the long array of
artists wno nave Kindly volunteered
their services for the occasion: Mrs.
Czipski, Messrs. Bornemann, Karch.
and Wilkins; a?, also, Prof. Arnold and
his excellent Land will give tneir
choicest gems at the concert, whilst the
principal roles of that magnificent com
ic opera, incognito, win no in me nanus
of Mr. H. Martin, the celebrated tenor,
of Baltimore; Mr. Ad. Itels, the well-
known bas3o; Mr. Joiin Liegler, our
rising young baritone, and Mr. ni. im-
llnger, tenor bouflo. There is no doubt
tbat the entertainment will be the mu
Blcal event of the season; and, consid
ering the charitable
purpose, no one
ebould fall to attend.
'EW AXD ATTRACTITE LINES OF
OUR OWN DIRECT IMPORTATION.
Just leceived at
B. LOWESSTEIN & BROS.
Attention la called to the advertise
ment of the secretary of the Elmwood
cemetery in another colnmn, In regard
to an election, to De neiu on to-morrow,
for tbrea tiusteee. No lot-holder own
ing less than three hundred square feet
or grounu can vote.
The latwt novelties in plain aod fancy
stationery, juvenile bookB, teachers'
bibles, reward cards and Sunday School
supplies. A. F. DOD A CO.,
sit aiain meet.
Advertise vcurbuslnesa in theHollv
Springe (Miss.) Reporter. It pays.
Netjbalgia. "Neurit" cures it. Sold
by O. W. Jon ea A Ccu Mamphla.
Thz cheapest and best Steam Dye esq
f-.r, r. Or.wAwnra TTnrrsn In thu Hit 1 . at CIA
Kccond meat, T. J. WALKER; CO.
jo us: jo us:
LADIES FIXE SHOES CHEAP !
Elegant Fiench kid button shoes at
3 50; former price, 0.
Our sensation genuine kid, front-lace
shoes at S2 50; good value, S3 75.
Ganuine pebble goat, front-Iaco shoei
at o; reauy worm 54.
worth $2 75.
pebble goat shoes at $2
Elghteen-thread, sensation, white
stitched,' side-lace shoes very pretty
Aril ,hunn nt -5 fin
Fino front lace cloth ehoes at 2.
We offer a beautiful line of children
fancy colored, front-lace and button
shoes, at lees than umal prices.
The above gcods were purchased from
lkit-class Philadelphia house, at 25
per cent, less than manufactur
ers prices. They arn nice,
desirable, and fine
25,000 Yards Calico at 5c.
10,000 Yards Best l-t Bleached Domes'
tic at 10c.
DRY GOODB CHEAP!
HEX'S CLOTHING CHEAP
Great bargains in Notion and Fancy
THE PEOPLE WANT CHEAP GOODSI
KAHX & FREIBERG,
KAIIX & FREIBERG,
169,171 &1733Iain Street, cor. Poplar.
Advertise your business in the Holly
Springs (Misj.) Jieporler. It pays.
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR SPRING SUITS
R. M. DRAKE & CO.
We have now for examination a beautl
ful line of French, English and
American samples of Casii
Wo take measures and guarantee
perfect lit. O jo of the firm is at our
manufactory, and gives his persons! at
tention to our special orders. We make
our special orders up in as fine style as
any merchant tailor, aud at twenty-five
per cent. Ieaa price.
We would be glad to take your order.
lr we don't suit you, don't take th
R. M. DRAKE jfc CO.,
SG7 Mnin Street.
.BIufT City Nursery.
Poplar street, near Dunlap.
We are offering for sale, at moderate
prices, a choice col!e2tion of roses, and
all other bedding plants. Swcot violet
plants twenty-five cnts per hundred.
M. PERDUE, Proprietor.
All parties raving suits belonging
to the Ulka are earnestly requested to
return them immediately to the store of
Miichell, Hoiiman & Co , A o. sua Mam
Sr. GALL LACE
Now on exhibition and for sale.
exceedingly low at
B. LOWEXSTEIN fc BROS.
G resit Sale of Pianos
and organs and other musical instru
ments, by H. G. Holleuberg, who
though he intends to stick to Memphis
rnrough good and bad times, will, for
the next sixty davs, offer his fine selec
tion of piancs. etc., at less than New
York ccst for cash, or at regu ar prices
and easy monthly payments.
Illuminated Wall Mottoes.
New and beautiful styles on black
ground at a. f. dod & co.'s,
311 Main street
T. SCHWAB & CO., Proprietor?,
We herewith beg to inform our friends
and cuatonif rs that we will from date
continue to furnish our celebrated Lager
Beer at S!l per barrel. Thankful for
past patroDage, we respectfully solicit i
continuance of tbe same.
JACOB F. HAID,
Office, Otto Schwlll it Uo.'sSeed Btore,
316 Main strtot.
"The Musical Visitor."
We are agents for this sterling musi
cal monthly, and are prepared to show
copies of tho valuable music premiums
presented to eacii suDsctibir. Terms.
i ou a year. a. f dod & co.,
an atain Btreet,
Spring Style Hala.
Just received a nice assortment of
gents' silk dress hats. Gents' soft and
stiff felt dress and business hats,
Youths' hats, nobby styles, new colors
and style. Boys' and children's hats,
a large variety to suit all, at prices to
suit tbe times. Call and see. and price
me gjous anu De convinced.
uuiitsN, me natter,
219 Main street, under Worsbam House,
Sale of brandies, whiskies and cigars
at public auction. On Wednesday,
March Hi, i7, 1 will sell at A. M. HtoJ
dard's auction store, No. 260 Second
street, at ten o'clock of said day, seven
teen barrels of wnisKy, lour and a naif
barrels of brandy, aud one hundred and
fifty thousand cigars, effects of John
Go TO Leddin'a Business College.
Persona visiting Mardl Graa, and
wishing to have their teeth attended to,
and return home on the same ticket,
should visit Drs. A. Wesson & Sons' of
fice, 243 Main street. These gentlemen
are unquestionably the finest workmen
in out city, and the most reasonable in
their charges. Clip this out, and give
them a call.
Beautiful epririi tatterna at Quacken-
bush's paint store, 390 Main.
Received daily at J. A. Sfgnaigo's, No.
278 Second street.
for sale by Williams & Co., lumber deal
er, corner Gayoso and Second streets.
Venison IlauiH and Saddles.
Victor D. Fucba, 41 Jefferson street,
has a choice lot for sale low.
Red snapper and Mackinaw trout re
ceived daiiy at Victor D. Fuch'e, No. 41
Those who desire a good article to re
store gray hair to its youthful color, we
wonid recommend to purchase Hairs
Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer, a
most excellent and valuable prepara
tion. Sold by, all druggists.
ATTHND BoherfayinM Rnslness College.
Opinion of Dr. William H. Stokes,
physician, Mt. Hops Retreat, Baltimore.
"1 have great pleasure in add
ing my testimony to the virtues of
Liebig'a Liquid Extract of Beef aud
Tonic Inviy orator as the very beit prep
aration used, and therefore confidently
recommend it to the medical profes
sion." a. vr. jonfs a co.,
A cents. Memphis.
25 Cents Per Week -
To Clly autcrlber, Dtlivered by Our.
St. Francis Rircr Packet Osceola.
rilHK 8tr. OSCEOLAwlll leave .rr ,
1 MemphlH U r WltUbni-g and JaJuHft;
.Martanna on TUESDAY, "ill day or March.
Tne damagM nutitained by sinking will all fce
repaired at ml port, and the boat made sound
and sood. MARK D. FLOWER, Owner.
Str. A, Jb., ISO. l-iBl
TOWING, JOBBING and PDMPiXG
DONE WITH DISPATCH.
Orders left on Doard.or with J. M. Williams A
Co , 21 Front st,, prom Dtly attended to.
fb3 J. C OATK-J. Ma-ter.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
I'. N. Knit For 0croIa. Aenr MnUrld.
Hickman, Cairo and tit. LouIh.
Steamer BELLE MEMPHIS,
Crane. . maxier,
Leaves MONDAY. March 6lb. at 5 p.i
Bnn't MlMlMlnnl Kiver Rlpvalor Vimnanv
Heinptili nnrf VIcUnbarR Pacttet ConipV
C. ti. Slall Line.
For Vlctcsbnrc anil ail Way Landings.
Steamer OITY uK HELENA. . J,1T'
Mcn.eo.. ... .,marr JaSuSZS
Leaves MONDAY, March 6tb, at i p.m.
Popt Misalnlppl River Klevator Company.
FOR LOO Ia VILLEi "fc CINCINNATI.
For Cairo, Evansvllle, Louisville and Cincin
nati. Cons. Millar,
J. H. Pepper.ina.sler I J. witnn -i-nr
Leaves TUESDAY, March 7th,at5pjn
Jas. KenniHton.maater W. F.McIotyre-clertc
Leaves FRIDAY, March 10th. at S P.m.
Through tickets to Boston, it; ISntlmore,
tT; New York, 130; Philadelphia iX. Apply
ooaraorro u. w. rauiinsuii. t.
"Jurt . 5StI Front (ir
For VlcKabarx maa all Way LanU-iica
xne elegant steamer
Mors R. CheexmaHter Joe, Hpeora cler.
Leaves Memphis every TUESDAY at
p.m.. connecUng with steamers and railroads
for ;aw HrlpATiR.
The Illinois makes close connections with
the Chicot rallroid, the Pari sottllne for points
on Yazoo river, and the R. E. Lee for New Or
For Napoleon, Helenn, Frlan Folnt and
ail way LDDUlnse.
The elegant Rt earner
A TT -T'T- .
M., OH, 9V 1-1143, .R-
Qeor ieMalono.master A.L.Cnamim, clerS
JUtavas jiuAUAitmna xiiur.s JA.i-,ap.m
llolcnre and lieedfl Trl-fceUJy fillet,
The elesant and fleet side-wheel steamer
Nat. 8. Green master I D. P.Davis clerk
WIU leave everv MONDAY, WEDNESDAY
anu i-ttiuAi, ats p.m
Particular attention paid to rreight and pas
sengers for Walnut and Council Rends.
For freight or paiuage apply on do ard or to
OEO. W. CHEEK. Bunt..
Memphis and Vlcksbnrg Packet Company,
no. os irocL street, up-itairs.
Or to K. W. LIUHTBURNE, Agent,
Dl SSM Front ntrMt-
FOi; WHITE RTVER.
Mill llarrr otemptiU ana Wblle filver
V. B. Mall Line.
Month White River, Indian Bay, St. Charles,
Crocketta BlurT. Mt. Adams. Clarendon. De-
Valls Bluff, Des Arc, Augusta, Jac&sonport,
Vi eat TOM ana oearcy.
The fine passenger steamer
K. c. Postal miuier
Leaves Memphis every SATURDAY at 5 pjn.
The One nabseuiter steamer
City of Augusta, .esBSSs
M. R. Harry. master
Leaves Memphis etery TUESDAY atapjn,
For frelsht or Parnate apply nn board, or to
J. T. WaISHInStoS. Ag't,3S0 Front et.
R. P. OLKNN. Agent, on Wharfboat.
Freight consigned to Milt Harry will ba
handled free of storage, drayage and eommls
ilon, and pnt through prcrartly. Bhlppers
wui please (.end rrei.nt to uienn's wnan
boat, as usual. nov7
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
For Tlekabars. Nntchvz, Urtr Orleans,
ana nay uieumiir- ine ureai
Str. Thompson SJeanjS
V. B. llllle'-master Geo. iiiltenberger.cieric
Having entered tbe trade as above, will leave
iempus an iouows:
Thursday. Feb. 17to. ThursJav. March 2d
And evarr altornato Ihnrsdar thereafter
during the season. Special attention given to
all nnsinffts inirnMec io us.
R. M. BRADFOKD, Agent, 5 Mai.srra t.
J.'ftWA'SUINUTUN. Air-.ut.SfXJ Front st,
LEE LINE-SOB CHICOT.
Regular oeuil-Weekly Napoleon, Chicot and
Bends and U. s. Mail Packet-For Helena
Fr ars Point, Terrene, Prentiss, Napoleon,
umcot, snu a:i vena inaiugs.
Stack Loe. master I Ed R. Thomascleri
Leaves Memphis every 1 UESDAY aud SAT-
uituA.i or eacn weeK atao ciocs: p.m.
Through bills for frelut and oasseueers to
all point on Little Rock. Pine Biuft aud N. O
K. K. over this boat sleacd by Captain NAT
1AJW , Aeni Li. it., r. is. ana a. u. uaiirssu.
X or ircigut or i-kwku tii)iy to
.1. T WAHl
FOR ASH PORT.
Regular Randolph, Kullou and Cscco.a Ceml-
O. K. Jopun- ,uwiiei
Leaves Memphis aO.NKAJf. EDNEB
DAYHond FHIDAVP at ts.ni.
For frfttisht or nnnlv -n boar1.
Carrylns tbe TJ. O. HalL
For Hdena. Delta, Friars Point and
The now and elegant oaffeenger steamer
Jaa. Lee .master Jus. Thompwu, cierk
Leaves Every Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day, at 5 p.m.
For freight or passage apily to
JAMES Ff.AH.-tTY i.J. SULLIVAN
FL&EERT7 h SULLFPAr
317 and 318 Seesnd Btreet,
Near Monroe : t : : OEMPHlK, TENS
Klerant Robes. Gents' Salts, and all kinds o
"fan Trimmlncs for sale. Uceclaf attention
pcid to tne Kemorajor lumaur. iyit
130 EtAIS St., op. Veahoar Uotel,
Alwavs on hand, a lareo assortment of Me
tallic lasea ana taiiem, anu v, couen uomiu
or every description.
Orders by teletrraph promptly flllod. and
CS3S3 arjooo i ir. o. i.
NOTICE TO CITY TAX-PAIBRS,
OFFICE OF CITY TAX-COLLECTOR, 1
Memphis, Tenn., February 27, 1S76. j
c"The city tax-books for the 41th corpo
rate yar (1375) having been delivered to me
on December", 1S75, 1 hereby give notice that
will iuiue DISTRESS WARRANTS against
all who fail to pty their taxes by March 7, 1S76,
FRED. C. 8CHAPER.
fo27 City Tax-Collecto'.
Kotice of Stockholders.
THE annual meeting of Urn Stockholders of
tbe MenipbH Gat Light Company will be
neia atmeoniceoi tne company, aiauison
street, iemonis,-ienn.. on
to elect Seven Dli eetors to serve the Company
tbe ensuing year. Election from 10 a.m. to
?.rn. -uata-n citA-iu, csecretary.
"ebruary 1, 1S76. fbl
THE Stockholders of the Mississippi River
Telegraph Company are hereby notlflad
that an election for a Board of Directors, to
serve ior oneyear, or until tneir successors
are elected, will ba held on Wtdueday, 15th
March next, be' ween the hours of 10 o'clock
a.ra. and i o clock: p.m., at the courthouse In
tne town ot nernanuo, .Mississippi.
id., utu. w. i unuuK, ACLBecy,
Hernando papers please copy.
To Joba F. Stratton, fonaerly of ippo
matt3i Co., Virginia, or Ills Heirr.
BY a deereo of Hie Circuit Court tir Ire
county aforesaid. In the State afore-ald,
lu the suit therein ot White and wile vx. John
Stratton'. executors aud devisees, I am di
rected to ascertain whether tbe defendant.
Jobn F. Stratton. has neparted this IKe, and if
so. who, aa his next of kin, are entitled to re.
celve about S?o0. now under the control of
said court In said suit. All persons Interested
are hereby notified i o appear before me, on or
before tbe 10th day of Mareb. 1S76, at m.r
office, at Appomattox C. H.. Virginia, and
make known their Interest in the estate of
the said John F. Stratton.
CH. H. BACKETT. Com'r In Chy,
XM7 Appomattox Circuit Conrt.
Office or Elvvood rr-ntrrpx.,
X Union fctre, i.ruary s IsTb
Off" A a election trill be held t th ill c cf
Secretary of Id Ctam.aiy, :l UDkm ttrce:
on drat MONDAY In March (Mb), ItCS. Ires
10 ajn. to 3 p.m., for three Trust? to r o
six yeaij. Any owner of lu'. containing n ;
lees than three nnnjred iqcare feet of RruJ.
is eligible for the offlc, aal l a jafl C i
voter. There are r.tne Trote in e:d i jq
pany, divided into thrett olawes, each ela.
oervlng six year, and ejection are to be tic'.-J
biennially, viz: On tir.-l Mondtty In MarcX
1S78, 1S7S, lfSS.and m cn. Lot -owners are re
quested, to read pge aa. 21 and 22 t. in wood
Book, for fuller I a formation oa the nut' ?c
IMS JOHN H. t.KVow. feeretsrv
ALL THE BANES
in I'ltnri r-t.
co ii an, mm & co,
BROAD WAY, GRAND & CK0SMY SI8.,
iMPoa-isas ak josbi:s
REt I'ECTFDLLY CALL THE ATT EN"" ON
01 their fneniN ien-r.illv, and e
about to vlilt New York, to tboirsKX tv CF
LACE?, EIBS0IDf.IiIi, HIBD0XJ,
SHAWLS, DRESS GOOD?, NOTIONS,
TT0OLENS, HOSIERY, Elc, E c ,
and ask tht buyer-w II rxaail -before
. ... , t . a
95 Clap St, eas p.' r. NeT Orieans, Ls.
SEALED PROPOLS wl 1 b- received on
or before 9 o'c'.o k ..pi on Tnelay , Jt i , or
March next, at the nfflce o: W. B. D-ulch, -
retary for the erection of the pn.po-el ourt
liouse to bcrecird l i So riervilla. reoiiessne.
Plans. aniTtptciacalwius can bo Keen a; tbo
offlcei of tho Seeret-ry. in Simervllle. aud
Jones & Baldwin, Arrnitct.-. M-mpbls.
The Board reoerves th -lbt in iriMt an v
cr all the bldi rfce'.vfd.
Uontractor-i to ave the nwiDei of two , r
more cood and apro.eii Kurtt to tbe li al
that will ber-.qiiir- .i tu tbe Xnard.
THOMAS K. CircKK.
J. L. PULLIAM,
L. 8 HAILKY.
U. C MKRXAX.
W. B DORTCir.
TblS Hrn-rrf of nn,Rtlt'ori
Has in stock, and la contirnally receiving,
the tlneit selection ol
Fine Opera thata-, Test tei.tlas, Watche.
of all trade. PfEte &ee, i'tofu nail
Fa ney Klos, Cfesrft, Hie.
Also, a fine assortment of 8ILVBRWARF.
AH the above goods me GUARANTEKD equal
to the best, and from 5 to 3 percent beio;r
Main street prices ir REPAIK1NU up
WATCHES and JEWELRY AS-E'lALT.
Live and let live Is our motto, ta'l fail to
give ms a call.
310 SacoTirl Strewf, Mew-phla
g Ifobt. Lewis & Co.,
MEMPHIS BOMS WOEKS
NewaodHecond-band Kn!ler always on hn.U
ateauiuoat ami I'uniunou won prompt
ly attended t.
FOOT AOAH3 ST., XKHPIIIS TENS.
rHAVK this day sold tbe asMts and sro,',
wlll of Borle A Chapman tu W. V I! ,v..-
who will hereafter carry on tho boatne :
Stationer, liooeller, Prljier and Mtader, ex
tho old stand, under the name of H-vl o.
L. a. CHAPMAN .
Memphis, February li, lW. mut
At Original Cost, to Close 8ut, at
PAIST SD WilL PiPIS STOBi:
390 WAIN STREXT.
FBSIH 8H0UHD SBAHiM FLOUR
CORX-IEJL ASD SEcOMS,
Also, CDOICErAJIILT FiOrB
Constantly on hand at
Qoi3 j 013' jMCillo.
Corner Hecond and Jaekraa St
PARTIES ite'lricg toeontract for tbe dei:v
trrof lfl'-ltia,nat. Whrt-k. iDrt
Poplar. Coltnwioi or ether tiiubtra. w
nleaseallnpon t ie onlers!ud. at iSl Kr..t
utreet.oBlce of Burma jb -Htrcy.
fb7 AeentOwin Mill. New Uriuni
AS, WALiH, STSS9dfiiFHB3,
38 North Court Street.
EVIDENCE reported In OoarU. beforer' ef
erees. otc verbatim. Bnorth-mt tmcK,
orally or by jaall. x&
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