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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FBI il A Y , MAKOH 31. iS79.
"tt KM lH I T II f AC M - Thursday. Friday ant Sitturd-. ,r.'li -JD 21 I'-'. M.itlne SdirrtaT at p m T!i- sfr.il f-ns'U.otKil event will be pro-M-.-! at ; mi:h n f-iis-f.-r. Thf only PP-sra:-.- it'- .wn u. nf Amwtnan nrt- s i r 1lrli--e W'mkm 'd Minn liianrlinr i. in their beautiful and charmingly pure Anierh-iti d .una of I UK IHMTrMI Mf loi j' ln Miil- r. the j w! if Ihe Hurnu, suppott- d l H'UIS ALDRiCll. C T. PaRsLa K. and a won il.Tfuiij stiuinr phenomenal easL This attraction t.t iriiii-r tH" iiiatiaevniml of Mr. J R. HAYERLY. maiiigt-rof H.tverl'a Tfjam, t iilcagn, who tas Mr. ai. K-e K itiklii and MM Kltlf Blancnard a ceilalnly or p).ll'ii lor f -iTjr unk-, The DAM I K3. wherever pro J u-1 . has b-en applauded to the echo by cul tured ami eiitutisitlca:idi-tic-s. and at many fasu lonnbte luvveis nui.it rs were nightly turtist aay. uiialiie to t "'l''iS room. A'id tue man atc-iiit-nt ontinT.! y n1 tiiat the critical and lti-trlil--iit .uh lo will liidi rsa the verdict that The latii:.- is me Ainrileau play b.ng sought alter at ltd t.ind. ii tv-u ..da lorsale at Moilenbrrg's. Mnd v i:nd I 110-day. Mucn 21 iii. Watde 4 Ua' rjini.vr 's Dlpioiiim, -" edne-da. Thursday, Frl d... and Saturday. O'lville Oprrs bi.rirjwiu- Co. KM 111 1 IS Off.:i.l CLlb, PROF. C. P. WINKLER .... MUSICAL DIRECTOR. Will give THREK OPERAS, with Full Orchestra, at Itemphix TUratrr. Monday. April I-ttb-I'AU'iH 1'fcR OK THE REGI MENT. Tuesday. .April 15th FitA DIAVOH. Wnlrieidiijr. Aptll 1 eitn-DA UU tlTER OF THE hK'il M r r. i'Oli !A l,ri f2t KXlJII AA tiK. r JHJE ePLNCMt PLAlS, on Vomnnne avenue, .1. two a'.d one-half mllef, from Court frsiuwe, containing ten atres; live ucres orchard; hou.-e cou Ulns 10 r h)iim also cistern: gt d oulbulldlfigs. i;.i,!tcnl,i..p It. W. Sl-KMMH is' iti A YtM. ROBS K A Kray horse, ir,V hands hU?h; thin mane and Ui:I; auout elttven years old; Mip puHwt to have gone Hi iUf UUectloo or Memphis. Any Kiluf 'nation a.H to Lis hereabouts will be regarded, ! a I lrt-.in Dr. .IOHN HI'I'MANAN. Colllervllle. D R. VOORHKId. UcL'LIST AND AURIST, No. si Court Ktret. TAKKS IP. HCRSE Mrtiiiiui-slzed s..r.ei; about 7 years old; white bUize on forehead; bad saddle and Baiter on. 'J lie imrer can have same oy cwlllng on .! ).NK OiOKOlU, ci.ljied. lor.r 112 Waslilnnton. v. -A Ta.k'e .-i.n tulridlo cow, ivltli a ciilf 4 KJ months o'd. winch :h ovtn.r cJin have by pay ing cLaixes and i-roviriu j.roperty. Chas. Boyde, col-in-.t. Ba iivi.u-. two to!1- fiom city. B plfiSr-CLASa Boaniiiighoiise Just otent by Mrs tdwards ami Mrs. Curtis, at aim -tWM) 61. iOOiI -Liirga Iront room, with Rood board. Ap V I.ly at Irt PdNTQTOC ST '( 1 LNTL,v:MA. WIKE-Or two Kenllemen VJf can Ret a lr.v.itlful. uniurntshed riM;a andu'iod bo.ird with a prlvatw family, In a pleasai.t locality, convenient to street caia, at h cer mouth. Addrss W. I'. II., A;. peal effljg. OAKur.ft.- Iw iieiilieinen day-hoardtrs at t'r.too str t. Terois mndmate. i oojib - r ..i msiicil and unlimilahed, wlthboaid; JTV alo, d ly -boarders, at 411 Shelby street; refefMVJfS reiiiiiTed. T iitOMS Klcaiu fioi.t and bacK rooms, with 1V bo.ird, u io be had at 4J1 SHELBY 6TRKET. Ij.iy-lioar ers hImi warded. I.JOOMS first cl-iss, with ll inoleriie. At good board. Terms KI4 market st. K K OOMS let.t:le iiia" and ecod board et e,i jRH ftlfciO. bl ltit r. OOM . DvMiable Iron: roo-n. with bo in!, at 12 IhADlbON dTRKKT. ri tvt I) ienLli.'iiH'!i ca;i oh: aln u large front room on J lir-,t llo jr. vvii h or without board. In lulyate family, or will take 4 gi iitlemn as day boaroe s. Iceln n i-oj'xi t,hj -ift Ad.tif.s.s. "CJ." carw A(i;)y;'. H '0Md t-u't of iiont ico-s. with boara,atlil Court Mret. Vy bi-iitders wanted. I jiltfif -cLa-3 h ii.s, wliu or without board. AJ Teri? iiMKi-r-t . No. ;t4 Si ul berry. SAWMlLb AND WOOD-WORKING SHOP Tonth-ir with ull toe machinery, bi-ltlng, etc., ne -easily for the lmsiiedl.ite ootratluof thd siune. bllual'td iti llio cii of Little l-.oek. This establish ment ha lar,;c cuiUL-lty. and li t- been in opeation many y.-.irs, with uu estatdishe.d trade. Kor furth"! par.lculars, aodro tosloiued box 102. city of Little i'.ocx. rkansas. ClOTfO.-i)Etl) Taylor" and Matagorda bl:lc J t.tion-sed; also, a largB quantity of soiho planting cott. n :,eea. J. V PATRICK, at VeinpMs Olns, rt Exchange street. j",Ntl.N fc one ai) h.-rse power engine and boiler, um aw hs riw: low for fMnh. J. V. PATRICK, at Memphis Gins, (1 Kxebapge street OOb!-V'J'jl! Yard. l;j(j Main strctU All qiiil lis. at low rufps rpAYcOli blLK Col'iON SEEI Apply to J (1AIE A FIcIiER. auo t ivnt et. G UOCEiiY A ra-ecliance lora man with Fiuall r c-ipltal to start In a ntst-cliLss jro;"ery aud loca tion, biitlsiactory Cduse given for seams. Apply at 74 JefTfis..u sir 1 1. J. STEWART & CXJ. ' VRlck thipprd clieapby liver or railioad. Leave 1 ) orders at John A. Defile's. 852 Krout street Large concession!, will be uia ie ou orders for good SaluiouUrtck, suiiuble tor chimneys or setting uoll rrs. etc. O. H. P. PIPER. MHt Slr;XT. G1 UK;-.LAV oPERAllOLolS I otou hou-eNo. :i:r I i.iou strfet. tt.;rel;ouse o. b4-l to !)47 Second street. Dasemei.t oliice ivo. I H Madison street, tleepini; rooms tu the Magnolia block, corner ;!rlo:i hiiu Fio;it sir- ets; alr-o In ilia KtdckerbccRer uulidln, SI idison street. Ayply to w L. Vk RJ4 ER. No. 16 Madison strett. NiAI DWKLLINuo and 245 Union street. No. t0 Exchange stiet, 51 .Exchange street extended. Apply at .til Main strft. STURM 4 ntHSCH. T 1WO 1'LiNT ATIONo Cheap to desirable tenact; City. Atk. Ap.'l) to A. N. M'KAY, 37 1 Main st. HbUn AND t-LKNlIlRE-Centrally located; man and wife will board with tiio Oicupant. ddress No. tt Mulberry streec y I Ot'SS The desirable two-Btoiy frame dwelling- j L house. No. 443 Pontotoc street, just east ol v i lean,-; In tood lepair. and convtnlcl.t to either V ance or Deale ftreel cars. Apply to J. U. SUE PH r.itp 10 Madison st aoOMS riea.-aut sieeuiiiK rooms and otDce, 4:itj Vtn.iio;i. J.J. LOCK ART. 4:ll-a Madison. iiOOila-1. arnislied r uuturtdsiied; sulutbie also HV for lamlites to hous Uis;t. lol Jf i ERSON. TjLRNlLiirD rtoosis -Vi'ltn or wlthoui board l No. 2!tH ILltdstieet. VTEWLY IXh.MsHtU ROOMS Cheat) to gen- tinmen .-v k bo p, H4 Mulberry street WAS'i'Wi N t'RSt-Wh'te glil, tweiv- o' fouitsen ystrs old, to lake cure or child three years old. Auswei Saturday. :'.te A peal cu.ee. (y 03D CO:.K and Nur-e, whits nrtferiett; refer- XJT en..e requ red Ap lr at ilia V-ttiie street l iltlV w.tri small capital. In a pr lltab;e J V biiMtii-ss; he is to conliol; no peuunug. Ai,.ly or wrlie to It. KIN'tr, Commercial Hotel. s s ERVAXT OIRL at 210 Poplar street. ""ERVaNT- FjI general household work. Apply t.t 74 MOhBY sT. 1H. ctl'fkl itieKes pu, ns In Vooal and In L s rinueiital uiusie. at her let-ldence. No. 2tH Tliiid sirett, coiner outt. Cultlvaii'jn ot the voice a specially rjfT N't itriE White or colored; nno wltbou' V i bil l pieif . red. Apply at 502 Vance sUtet, between 7 auo hoc ock, ini.rr.Lig or t-vt-nln r. Lj"Iil'li jjAYbuAitDf.KS At S3 r week or a.' 12 per month, at ihe Cincinnati Restaurant and Saloon. No. 12 Adams street. ONE-SALESMAN for ea-di Slate, .-alaiy S7o to SH)U per ino .th and exierises. References re- y..lred. 1.A itr- I.LH SI ti tu , Ch.cdKQ. UL r i EN AN r lo cuulva.d SO actes ori Island ;14 oo J. sh.tri's; ip.'-Jd uweiuncs HtnJ cisterns. Apply to ti.u;f x I ish.-r iit rout, or A j.ea Co., r uiion. SotjK a wijic cook. Apply at .7 MONROR ST. ijAR'f 1 E wi-l.ing to i iiiiliase 'he iiUoVMtA HAKEK br.Vk INej-MACHINE. lo call at tlirlf ctii -e, :j I H Main street. Repairing promptly attended to, and warrantel. l'HS. C. O. V H-ENTINE f I lyACHEtt -or tile Someivilie blttiict high L Si ho.1. an exi t rinced lady music lect.er; n od reco'uineiidations reuuiied: sa ar guaraiited. Ad- dxt-ss ti b. e-ALE. tee'i. Atika. Trnn. OITL'A I ION' -fly a i-rsi-cJoss Sawyer aniEu O gll.ter. Aid!e A. P. 4 , Con er LaRose and Webster streets. 1 o a III' E RS A : 72 euir stn-t. Rates lo suit J the t'mes. Eront or buck rooms. Also daj boam-rs w .'it-1. LOUAL Ol'lt;iSS. Si.AiEH & Goi-Dhacm, flic tailor--, invite tip; public to oil and examine their spring pat-rm and tiiir extrt inu low ricfi. Call r.' L'GJ Second ftrcct fjr Wilson sesv-iiii;-ct:Cbiui.-A and n p n'i-. 1! J. DONOVAN 4 CO.. Agents. Ofit best jhjvie'tins sanction and reco:n mend Ihe use ot Halt's v-'setable Sicilian hair recewer. L'-t all who an; gray apply it ! Saloons which keep first-eltiss liquors tdiould have dlivfr,! ri -r in stock; it is uni form iu purity und ti.ivor. (ttlorlt-MH Kxcavatiii"; Company, VaoltM emptied at reduced rates. llrfs, I'JS nashlnston and 45 Jladlnoc, Kit Hllliaxctt HloeU. K is-Wheel Castcrx, Fcr ail sc-wing-m hints. f.r $1 50, at J. B. Al.DRlord, 254 Second streeL A Homi-ly, Oid-I'ashloued rcrfuiite i lavenJ r, y -t del fitfully retrtLiDg and inviaioratiu. Il cm be I und in no purer form tiiaa in J. t K. At'iinou's gehuine Mttcham lavender. Var Upward c-l" Thirty Vesr Mrs. sVinslow'a soothing ijrup has b.;en iis.i for chii i.-eu. It r. rr- ts hcid.'ty nf ti.e ttomacta, iiii vos hi . 7 ri'ir, nj;u!ite bo.v.l-, c-.-.r. ? i '...-.';.,'( and iliitrrh-.n, wh. tlier ari-ir.' !i- i-.o t.-etiiiou or othi i ittis.'s. An old ;id1 well-tried retaidy. Ttctnij jice cents pur boltU. COVr.KMI V?T IMS OS. tivruuiix National Hank UK JlKJtPHIM I 1 A S for the I iT r er I". W. Honda II it r l!iimn'!ri!e c-livery. All other Is ties of I, r- Tiiio.N Ih-'i Ui rt(-!-ini. ST EA tV With a very large stock, we are prepared to fur..Lh Steamboats with Stores, at most reasona ble prices, for cash. TRY UU. LOCAL 1 A K AG It A 111 S. The vernal equinox brought mist, fogs and nun yesterday. The commissioners will make another effort to ectorcs the Sunday laVthe day after to-morrow. P-ht tf.ieving continues to prevail in the cify in sp"ntdiu forai. It has not as yet be come epidemic. Rev. J. M. Gill will preach at the Cum berland r'rrbyt-erian ciiuccb, at seven forty five to-night. The. Danites will be preEentel at the Theater again to-niht by the M'Kee-Rankin dramatic company. Yeetay Soeritf M'Gowan left for Nash ville wilh'Go.iy Bond, who will be confined at the Srate lunatu; afyium. The poet say s: ''Man being reasonable, must fet drunk, " yet the drunken man is tto m'st unreasonable animal ca earth. Xorth A mericun Review and Leslie's Popular Monthly 1or April, The Mystery of Klloston Elhtnor, price ten cent3, at Mans ford's, 29S Main street. Ou Easter Monday nyht a public ball will be given by the pohci department for the benefit ot the widows and orphans of the police relief tsso2iittion. The B-irtlelt circuit court is moving along s'owly. All cases that can be are continued, with a view to adjourn court as soon as pos sible and let the 1 armors 0 to wcrfc planting corn. Quite a number of country merchants are in towa daily mukii'.g purchases of stock. Tsi-y tittd .Memphis a cheap Luaiket, quite as cheap as tbojeo rortht-rn cities, with treight added. Men are always sentenced to be banged on tooie Friday ly judges of criminal courts, uad crirui-oal coutt juries usually briu; in verdicts on SAturuays, the juries tot deiring to be lacked up over Sunday. B.liy Lieben'd news depot has received a ih! supply of Heme de la Mode, for April. He also lias Letlie's 1'ipular Monthly and North American Review, for April. No. 2oG2 Main tititt t is his nuaiber. The arguments in the P ivne-0:ivi-r self rising flour easa closed jesterday at the United States court. Judge Hammond took the case aader advisement, aad will an nounce his opinion iu a few day!. A fcang of bad ar.d unruly boys hautit the Theater doors nightly, to the great an noyance of everybody. Why cannot tUe police compel thvse boys io go home, where they ought to be at late hours ? The Havrly mtcstrel company left for New OrleauR, ria the Mississippi ttud lennts see railroad, v tteiuay, and over the same route the M'K--e Rankin dramatic company arnved from .New Orleans yesterday after noon. At the criminal court, yesterday, the fol lowing business was transacted: Sim Harris. l.Tceny, forfeitures taken against the wit nesses; Winzy Wiggins, murder, jury and verdict not guilty; James Morris, larceny, jury and verdict not guilty. Wednesday next Colville's burlesque opera company will commence an engage ment, at the I'Leister, and will present Robin son Crusoe und Babes in the Woods. In the former burlteque the incidents and music of . M. S. Pinafore will be introduced. Fau! Doynton, iu his india-rnbber suit, is floating down the river above Louisville, en rcKftf ltr New Orleans. He will sooj arrive at the port of Memphis, and will be tackled Ly Vharlmaster Ka'.Iaher tor wharfage, ac cording to the usual rates fcr watc-rcratts. The Ledger man yesterday bewailed the loss of a pocket-Knife, which he valued at two doiiar.-, and which he stated was stolen from him at the courthouss. The knife cn be found where he left it, at the sheriff's office, and it? value has been estimated by competent judges at thirty cents. The Diplomacy company, consisting of the Warde &, Joarrymore troupe, had an en garment to appear at the Th';ater next Monday and Tuesday f.venings. but owing to the murder of Mr. 13. C. Porter and the "cuading of Mr. I3.:rrymore, at Marshall, Texas, j-e.Uerday, the compaoy will not be abie to appear as advertise.!. Oa Wednesday niglit Sam Ellison, press feeder fct thy A ppeal office, accidentally fell into the c ;iiar of the Masonic Temple, iu the aliey in the rear of the building, and received severe ir juries. He was sect out to the hos pital yesterday. The cellar in the rear ot the building has been uncovered for some time, tormiug a dangerous life-trap. Several per sous hr.ve fal'en into this hole within the last two mouths. The hele should be coveted up immeiiately. The following strange story comes from Mississippi: A man named Seagraves, living in Marshall county, Mississippi, dreamed several times that there was some gold buried on the place ou which )i lived, and his dreams h.-.viDg b-en so vivid aud the ex ict place so distinctly impressed oa Lis mind, that he searched lor the gold, and discovered eieven hundred dollars. It is supposed the liioc. v was buried by a former resident of the place, now dead. At L:il)-p:!st f'cur o'clock yesterday even ing a fire br..ke out in thf one-story cottage froma resiiiecci of Mike Sullivan (t wtll-krown hack-diivtrr), situated on Win chester street near Bradford. The house was destroyed, but the furniture was saved in a damaged condition. The house, stab'e and futniture were insured for sixteen hundred dollars iu the companies represented by Marx Ac Lleas...! jrf ' agency. The stable was not damaged. Toe aej jtning cottage, occupied by ll G. Tucker, had the roof aad end ta lly burned and damaged. TUe cause ot the hre was a detective tiuo. A day or two since a young man, said to be rat'kd in the upper fctory or Mansard root', obtained a license to marry from the county court ck'tk and gave the nam" of his intended, t ut yet the lady knew him not, ntver spoke to lim in her life, aud of course knew nothing of the ntfair. This is the sec ond oii'cuse of the kind committed by the ycung man, and it is a great outrage. He, in explanation of his slnne conduct, says he never spoke to the lady, was never intro duced to he-, but he spose to her with bis eyes and addressed her, and he believes she responded favorably to hi:i ocular demon strations, or love at sight, bat it was all ia his ee, after ail. So;ne kind of check should be put upon this business. The Morristown Gazette has the follow ing to say. wnich we heaittly indorse, and submit to our readt rs for their consideration: "No nation or country ever existed without the public highways, and tha condition in which they are kept is as unlail ng aesgn of their prosperity or povi rry that water will seek its level. It the ro ids are b.n!, progress and permanent improvement is forever blasted in that country, 'ihpy demoralise and dishearten the people, and no stranger i9 ever attached to that country. The tourist and traveler looks back and lemeiubeis (he (cents over which he has passed at the im mineiit ri.-k of his life and limb, and has no desire ever again to rev'sit thut section, and he wari.s others of the raisrubie ronds und highway.-! ol that country. Good roads invite immigri,'iot! aud p!eanire-s.ekers; they en courage people to go to church; they foster and encourage good schools, and the social IBOAT a 1 tjfelLdi inr.M&Ci enjoyment of tbt" nt-ightorhood is ma-Ie pleas ant and ereauy ecuanceu, anu goca oumor and ROO'l te-linif Bsi'iida in evfry k.eurt unil ts visible in every f.toe." When the Masonic Temple, now btiup erected at the corner ot Second and Madison fittest!), is cots pitied, the poiitottic will Le icnioved tber-'t'), and will be located on the frround floor, frotitmp on Second street some seventy feet. On Madison street, eabtofthe main entrance, there will be three small store-roouia tor rent; these room3 'ill run back fifty feet. In the second ctory there will bo eighteen offices for rent The third story will te occupied by the. Muscnic fraternity, and will be divided off into tim e laro hall-, with anterooms attached. The halls will be for the following Masonic bodiro: The Blue lodsre, lloyal Arc h chapter and Koiahts Tem plar. The third fbnr is sev. nty feet on Sec ond street by one hundred and forty-eitrht on Siudison. A heavy cornice will top the. build ing and a dome will surmount all above; the main entrance on Second stteet. Above thj same entrance, on the second floor, a balcony will be erected, projecting outward, trom which public speakers can address their fellow-citizens when necessary. The building will be higher than any of the adjacent houses, aud from the dome or cu iola a fine view of the city can be had. The above ta thA general plan of the structure. Imported spring hats at L-tvigne's. PEKSOSAL. Mr. S. I. Jobe has retarned from a trip to the southward. Mb. D. F. Brooks, of Collierville, Tennes see, is in the city. Mr. A. H. Sevier, of the Little Hock Gazette, is in town. Mb. George G. Dent and bride returned from New Orleans yesterday, they having been nbsent for a few weeks on a bridal tour. Jodge H. P. Reid, of Fnats Point, ar rived in the city yesterday by the Red Wing. He will remain in the city several days. He gives flattering reports of the farming inter ests in that section of Mississippi. Visitors registered yesterday at the cotton exchange were: W. W. Fielden, Friendship; T. T. A. Lyons, Mississippi; R. M. Macon, Pice Bluff, Arkarsis; li. Hutchinson, St. Louis; D. W. M'Anulty, Hickory Valley, Tennessee; W. T. Scott, Hickory Valley, Tennessee. Captain M'Cormick, having been de tained here in erecting a steaTi elevator for unloading and storing iqe, left fist night for St. Louis, to meet the steamer Petrel now on the way from the Illinois rirer, with ten bargca of ice !cr this market. We bad the pleasure ot a visit yesterday from Rev. R. H. Mahon, pastor of the First Methodist church, successor to the lamented Slater. Mr. Mahon was formerly located in Paducab, wber" he also succeeded Dr. Slater. We hope his ministry will be as acceptable to his people as that of the martyr whose place he fills. Hon. Thomas Spight is, says the Jack son (Miss ) Clarion, the editor of the South ern Sentinel, a new pacer recently started at R'.pley, Mississippi. Air. Spight was one of the ablest and most prominent members of the lat two legislatures, and has made his mark in thf reform movement cf the State. He is an able writer, raid tbe press is hon ored when it receives such an accession to its membership. Caftatn B. F. Jones, of the Wuxna Advance, is acnouuc":d as a candidate fcr a county office in Montgomery, Mississippi. "He deserves it," says the Juckson Clarion. "He has spent ihe bitTyes part of his life F"rving others, individually and collectively. On fhe ru'e that one gcol turn deserves an other, he ought to be elected. He is true to pnncip e, and sticks to his tnetids. H'b can didacy is subject to a nominiifion by his party; sncthcr evidence of merit. Succtss to him." " If you your Hps Would guard from slips, Three things I hera append; Of whom you speak. To whom you speak. Buy Coleman's number 10." AjlllSEitlEN TS. azemtslilg Thrater. Last niht Mr. M'Kee K ttkin and com pany camia ir.fr tl fin engagement, cud pre sented the new American drama, entitled The Danites, written by Joaquia Miller, the so calied pot of the Sierras. TLe scenes en acted are representative of lit araonsr the early miners cf "Poker Flat" and other points in California, amid scenes n.ade fam iliar by fhe descriptive writings and poetry cf Bret Hurte, Mark Twaia and Joaquin Miller. Tuerc is almost an entire a'- sence of pistol practice and other blood-and thunder adpneta of the usual prairie representations while the Indian for once find3 no place in the scene, and the comic p;:rt u assigned to the "Heathen Cuinee." The f.tory is a simple one, cf a ycung lady pursued by two "Dan ites," who have already killed Dine members of her family and seek her death, ia revenge for the part her father ha1 take i in the mur der cf Joseph Smith, the prophet. This maiden encounters many trials, and bf ing ot a highly poetical temperament, indulges in all tbe wild fancitsof ber vivid imagination among the mountains. Her final triumph ar.d the punishment ot her pursuers is the happy culmination cf the drama whose greatest claim, after all, is in the faithful picture it gives of western life and tae rude and un cultured but noble mnu who have, since the earliest dawn of our history, still advanced the banners of our civilization and greatness westward. McK-o Riukin as "Sandy" and Miss Kitty Blanchard as "Nancy Wiliiama" were quite effective. Mr. Louis Aldrich as the "Parson." presented a s'reng character. Mr. Charles Parsloe as tite"H; alhen Chinee" rendered the part ex;eileutly well and natur ally. The ether rolls were fairly presented, The play was well r ceived by the audience. The Danites will be presented to-night. "The Fluiry in fMoek" Always mears an opportunity for some shrewd and lively operator to make a hand eoine profit. Messrs. Lawrence &Co , back ers, New York, have established the new combination system for operating in stocks, so that capital in any amount from $ .o to $ 30,000 can be used profitably at any time that may suit the customer. By pooling the orders of thousands of patrons into one im mense sum. ind operating them ns a mighty whole, under the most experienced skill, va6t profits are made which cou'd be gained m no other way. These are divided pro rata among the shareholders mnni hly. An invest vestment of 10 returns -rQ, on five p?r cent, on the stock; $10J pays !jf9o0, and so on, ac cording to the market. J. M. Lyon, St. Louis, made over three hundred per cent, on an investment in 0:tober by the combination method. Messrs. Lawrence fe Co.'s new cir cular (mailed free) has "two unerring rules for success" and full information so that any one can operate with profit. Stocks and bonds wanted. Governm :ut bocd supplied. Apply to Lawrence & Co , bankers, 57 Ex change place. New York city. Jaefcs Jacks. One or two good jacks at reasonable prices, for sale at J. A. FOSRE5T t CO '3, Monroe street. 1'reftli Ifaltiaor5 oysters, kalmon and Iteelroot perch, at Mlsoaiso's. 7H Hec and street. Wliat Eminent St. Louis Physkiatis Say Colden's LiebigV extract of beef and tonic invigorator is a very agreeable article of diet, and particularly useful when tonics are re quired, being toleratej when other forms of animal iood are rejected. In diphtheria, ague, malarial typhoid fevers, and depres sing disease?, its use will be attended with gre..t advantage. We have prescribed it with excellent success. J. 11. Leslie, M.L.; (j. 11. Copp, M.D.; S. B. Prasocs, M.D.; R. A. Vaugh. M.D.; Drs. S. L. aud J. C. Nidelet; Wm. Porter, AI D.; and many others. Sold by grocers and druggists. Country hbIoodsi will find It to their Interest to get a ' Pride ef the Wettt Paurft aad Air Pressnrc," end. keep the celebrated " l.enip Liiier Xtecr." Fritz rremfert A Co, sole teeuts, 13 Court street. Floyd's candies are often imitated, but never equaled. . 'enril Cures Aeuralgta Instantly. New size, 50 cents. G. W. Jones & Co., agent. John Sturla's Keataurant. Ladies' parlor up stairs, 337 Main, corner ot Union. To Consumptives. Many have been happy to give their testi mony in favor of " Wiibor's Pure Cod-Liter Oil and Lime " Experience has proved it to tie a valuable remedy for consumption, asthma, diphtheria, aud all diseases cf the throat and lungs. Manufactured only by.A. B. Wilbur, chemist, Boston. Sold by 'all druggists. PATRIOTIC LAWSUIT. A Wait about tbe Fourth of July Ot L-st Year, and Iin Celebration on the BIdIT Amid I'lreircrks aod Ltuitiiiide, An inlet estinir liwsuit has been progress ing in the circuit court since yester.lay mora iutf between Joseph Kartell, the big, fat oyster mac, and Siuiuel Jackson, of pyro technic tame, crowing out of the display on the fourth of July last. It appears that Geu eral Pter Tracy got permission of the Chick asaw Guards to occupy that part of the bluff inclosed and used by them as a drill-ground to exhibit his grand display of fireworks, in honor of the glorious fourth, and engaged one Sitnuel Jackson, ot Philadelphia, to manage and prepare the necessary materials. In view of a large turnout, the aforesaid Famll rented ot the general the refreshment privileges on the ground, paid him for the same, ar.d laid in a large stock of sugar, lemons, ice, cheese, iindel jumbles, jack frosts, and other nick-nack3 to please the tastes of the patriots on that hallowed occa sion. And having erected a stand for the purpose, proceeded to cater to the public and take m the nickels, when the aforesaid Jack son, thinking that the view of some patriot might be obstructed by the stand erected by Farrell, made baste to announce to Kurrell that the same should be removed, and, aided by bis friends," so frightened tbe old man that he pulled up his traps and beat a hasty re treat home to bis couch, to sleep away the vexation of spirit, where, do doubt, he dreamed of the hundreds of dollars he would have made had cot the man of fire works driven him away, leaving his supplies to perish for want of a purchaser. Where fore he sues for the damages sustained by him. The details are amusing, and the case goes on to-day. Judge T. VV. Brown and Colonel M. D. L. Stewart represent Farrell. Ge ieral Horngan and W. M. Miller appear for the defense. 6U1XU TO liAKSAS. The Colored People llovlag Northwest to Kansas from Middle Tennessee, Illssisslppi and Louisiana la 11 est Tennessee the Col ored People Oppose the Heheme. An Appeal, commiss-ioner yesterday gave a further investigation to the subject of the im migration of southern negroes to Kansas. Several intelligent colored, men expressed themselves as opposed to this scheme of de populating Louisiana and Mississippi of col ored people, and colonizing Kansas and other northwestern States. They said that the scheme originated in Louisiana, and was gotten up by preachers, but that politicians had takeu held of it for political purposes. They believed that emissaries were traveling throughout the southern States, inciting the ignorant colored people to abandon their homes and go to Kansas, where they were in formed they would be tafcen care ot and be ptven government lands free; that tocy could get plenty of employment in the northwest, and would enjoy peace and plenty thf-reiu. Tnis accounts lor the startling ex odus of colored people from portions of Lou isiana, aud Mississippi. In West Tennessee this movement has secured uo loothold, and but few colored people wish to go to Kn-K-ds. The teasoa given for the exodus 8 tint ia very many instances the colored laboring men, or faild-hands, are swindled and cneuied by their white employers, and that they havo no redress because tney can not afford to go to law, aad have no means to carry oa litigation. Several instances of this kiud that occurred ia counties adjacent to Memphis were cited ta our commissioner ai extmple of bad treatment. Our iuform Bnts added that in Alay next a convention of co.ored mea will bs held ut Nashville, when the Kansas emigiation scheme will be con sidered and discussed. It is intended to send delegates from Aleinphis in opposition to the etuigi.ition movement. TUB EXODUS. The Nashville .Banner describes the exodus of colored people twin Aliddle Tennessee in the lollowing manner: "One hundred ne grots departed last night for Kansas, by way cf the Louisvi,ie and Nashville and Great S'lUthera railroad, aad seveuty-five left for ihe ?;.uie Sute by way of tbe St. Louis and Southeastern railway. The Banner commis sioni r, who was on the epot, solemnly avers that the one hundred and Kcventy-iive emi grants were escorted to the train by at least seventeen bandied and tty relatives, friends and acquaintances. The depots and the thoroughfares in the immediate vicinity were densely crowded with persons ot all shades of coi'.r, tizef, ages and condition. There were aged 'uncles' who were bidding perhaps their last farewell to the 'sweet tunny south,' where they spent the happiest years of their chequered lives; old 'aunties' who had 'cussed' all of 'uiassa's chillen,' and were taking; their final glance at a kind rendered near and dear by tie-i of blood and tender recollections; young gnlj who wereto dtitt out oa the tempestuous s!a cf life in a strange State, where the eyes of white friends cannot see them; young men who-e stiorg arms are needed in the corn and cotton fields of .Tennessee and other States, aod little children, whose parents we.ro ex cbaEgiDg Tennetsie, with its schools and other advantages, tr a sphere where they cannot so well rear their offspring. After receiving messages for those who had pre ceded them to the 'blooming fields of Kansas,' and uttering farewells, tbe emigrants boarded the train; the bell rang, the iccomotive whi stled, the wheels revoiv. d, and the trains moved slowly out of the depots. Every heait was beating with joyful anticipations of a bright and prosperous future, aad Kansas stock ruled exceedingly high." A v icksburg paper ot late date contains the following inh rmatiou on the same sub ject: We i.re indebted to Mr. II. it. Kair child, of the elevater, for a copy of the sub joined telegram. Mr. Fairehild says he heard one of the would-be emigrants say a day or two ago thai he vas very comfortably situ ated, was working on bis own land, and had made some little money every yea. ; that he did not wish to leave, being eatinQed that he could do better in this country than else where, but that he had been told that it would not be healthy for him to remain; that there waa to be another war as soon as the next crop is nude, aud that all the negroes were to be killed ho remained in this coun try. Another negro who was with him said he too had been so informed, and he was afraid to stay. They were finally convinced of the absurdity of such reports, and returned to then homes satisfied. The scoundrels who are going through the Ciuutry circulation such reports as these to poison the minds of me negroes should be dealt with severely if they can Via overtaken: St. Locis, March 15, 1879. Captain E. C. Carroll, Superintendent Elevator: All negro emigrants coming hera will be quarantined. john a. scuddeu. JfASSlXli &TKA3iU5S. The 31 em phis Baptist Correct the Ap peal, and the Appeal makes Jtoom for the Correction Dot the "i eliotv-Fever Monads" are HUH at Large. Memphis Baptist, &2d: "The Memphis Appeal has bwu our favorite city paper not only during the war but since, and it has been the only weekly paper which we havs taken pleasurs- in recommending toourpatrons both in and cut of the State. When it hits been assailed and accused ot misrepresenting those who differed with it, as it has often been, our fri. n Jship has vindicated or apologized and sti:i it his been the only city paper we read. Thi reader may imagine cur surprise, on opt-r ifg the issue of the eighteenth, to find no le.,s than six editorial articles most flagrantly mire presenting the positions we took in an t'.iticl'j last week headed 'Yellow-Fever Hoan is.' The editor certainly only read the caption of our article and 'nothing more,' and wr-)te under the impression that we embraced every person man, woman and child who remained in the c.ty even those who iell victims to the Bcourge. We did nothing of the kind. What we did say was most obvious tiud unmistakable to all who read cur article. We copied the intemperate remarks of a Memphis correspondent of the Religious Herald, Richmond, Virginia, touch ing the pastors who lelt the city during the epidemic, . e , that they were shorn of their influence; that 'one has had to resign and others will have to go.' ALo, the inquiry of a J. L. Smart, of Texas, of the editor of the Texas Baptist as to our whereabouts in the year l7o, when the fever swept the city. We thereupon said: It appears that there Is a class of men who are seeming for tbe track of those ministers who may uave itit mil cuy uurmg me prevalence of the late plague, or iu former years, in order to create, or di rect tbe comment or, a perverted public opinion aaalnst tbem. to their ruin, if poss'ble; for, says the Memphis correspondent to the Herald, "tbey muit 1 ave1' mis already hnlf-deerted city, and. If not fit for this place, tor what place, prayy No, having a supreme contempt for these inquisitors, and openly defying the lnqiusltlon tbey seek to create, so lax as we are concerned we will make free confession be fore the instruments of torture are brought forth. Ihe Appeal says: " Yellow-Fever Hounds" U the nme thst the Memphis Haptut gives the dead and the survivors of the dreadful epidemic of 17. How Christ-like. Tho reader can see we never intimated such a thing. Hear it pgasi: "Yellow-Fever Hounds." Great (iod! To think or all those brave men endured, and that It has come to this at last "yellow-fever bounds." "Wo never applied such a term to a brave man, here or anywhere cIbb nor hinted it, nor can a word wo wrote be construed thus but we stated what we meant: those men, like the Herald's correspondent, who are scenting for the blood of those bravo p -stors who. after their members and congregations had left, felt it their duty to remove their families beyond the breath cf the pe-.tiler.ee, and care tor them, aad returned, not to nurse, because there were more who desired tbe office than the Howards could employ, tut exerted their influence in raising funds for that noble society. The Appeal says again: We want the "yellow-fever hounds," as the H-tr-tit. In its un-Cbrlst-like way calls the survivors of the yellow-fever epidemic, to give us a test on the runaway pastor business. "If the Appeal will but read our article it will see what every reader sees, that we never called the survivors of the yellow-fever hounds, or intimate it. We would have in cluded our own family and thr.e who Lad free asylum under our roof. We have not spaco for all its articles, but we do deny most emphatically that we called thosa who nursed the sick and closed the eyes of the dead yellow-fever hounds. If the editor will read our article be will know we did not. We did cot call 'five thousand one hundred and fifty dead men, women and children' 'yi I-low-fever hounds' they are not scenting the track cf christian ministers! a more mon strous misrepresentation ot our language could not have been conceived. The usually careful Appeal must have wn.ten on the representation of others. It is certainly wild when in a calmer mood, abd it has read what we did say it Ckrtain'.y wrll cor rect itself and do us justice. We shall be lieve nothing else until we are compelled to believe that it intends to place us in a false position before its readers." LAW REPORTS. Criminal Court J. K. K. Itar, Judge. Calendar for to-day: The cases cf the Stato vs Harris, on trial; 541, Charles Jdaganni; 78, Alex Elias: 3G5, Russell Wiliiaroo; 209 and 346, John Kruger; 328, William Ewmg; 332, Branch Edleston; 345, John Taylor; 355, James Morris; 223, John Alexander; 210, John Robinson; 262, Jack M'Farland; 258, John Alexander. United States Court-9on. K. H. Ham mond, I'ref idiiitr. Paine vs Oliver Fmnie fc Co. Argument concluded and case submitted. Judge's calendar for to-day: 895, Wool dridge vs Moore et al; 216, Cochran vs Knickerbocker life insurance compuuy; 227, Behr vs Connecticut mutual life insurance company; 2490, Green vs Dyersburg. Circuit Court-J. O. IPleree, Jatfgc. Calendar for to-day : 426. Memphis Gaycso gas company V3 J. M. Williamson tt al; 3598, A. A. Maginnis & Son vs Abntr Hay cock et al; 4367, J. M.. Tighe vs A. M. Smit i tt al; 4389, Friedman's pavings and trust company vs W. L. M rsh; 5118, P. S. Powers vs John Johnson and city of Memphis; 5119, Hill, receiver, vs J. 13. Bingham; 5834, Kor trecht, Cia'.t & Scales vs R. M. Bishop & Cj. The foregoing cases will be tried before Hon. W. VV. M'Dowell, presiding by inter change. The following esses will be c tiled for trial before the presiding jadg i cf the court: 3833, Anderson, adm'r, vs Apperson; 5708, Har bert, adm'r, va Harberl ; 5795, J. fc G. Alea kio vs C. N. Erich; 5085, John Johnson va Washington fire insurance company. Chancery Court Clmncelloi- livings tun ftVealdinc To-day is motion day. OPINIONS AND RULINGS. Chancellor M'Dowell yesterday made the foilowirg rulings ia cases heretofore heard and submitted : Roaves vs Broom; dc-tuurrrr overruled. Bigley v-3 O'Malley, contest for guardian ship of child; court holds the present guar dian, the defendant, a suitable person aad better qualified, and entitled to the care, cus tody and control of the orphan, -aod there fore dissolves the injunction. ;t1 ' Waggoner vs Hardin; complainant fails to establish moitgagd was intended instead of absolute sale of l-iasehold interest by that strong and cogent proot which law requires. Airs. W. supposed she was making a mort gage, and defendant- beioi? misled, was in duced to part with his money. The lease as to the lot, the separate property, was void because of want of power. An account or dered in accordance with the court's rulirjg. Donaldson vs Pi escott, suit against sure ties of euardian; judgment for complainant for if 660 55. Luearini vs E Idins; heirs of less ;e not before the court, must be brought in. No decree can be now entered. Nothing has been discovered to equal Dr. C. M'Lme's celebrated vermifjge, for rid ding the bumau constitution of worms. It never fails is simple an 1 viry inexpensive. Every druggist keeps it, but see the name of "Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh," on the wrapper, or you are being deceived. TEST TIIOLSANO YARDS! MENKEN BROTHERS Offer to-day 10,000 yards check nain sook for aprons, dresses and underwear, at 7)jC a yard, wcrth 25c. Go early and secure the baronies. MENKEN BllOTnERS. N. B. The great underwear sale still continues. Go out ot curiosity and see them. Four Per Cent United States Bonds for sale at the State national bank at the lowest market rate. All other issues of United States beeds taken iu exebarge. Keeeived, IOJJ raws of that celebrated I rind of Ciescent baking powder, and for sale by II. M. STKATT0N & CO. Floyl's. Regular meals servtd. Sherbet and pure icecream for dessert. Fresh pastries for unch. Vritx Pfemfert & Co.. .ti. 13 Court street, receive beer each day frewli from Letup's renowned brewcrr, pack ed In Ice in their re frl s viator cars Order your beer from ttieni. llibner's Champion rlaifers, Simplest, cheapest and best fcr all kinds of plaiting, at J. B. ALDRICH'S, 254 Second street. The Very JLatet. The light 3st weight stiff hats in the world, aad a new line of tine soft hats. LEIDY CO. Opposite the Square. Sewing-Machiues! Jftwliifr-Macbines! ! Howe, Sieger, White, WTiIson, Wheeltr & Wilson, and Domestic, all new and of the latest improvement, at $25 to f 35, with all the extras. J.'B. ALDRina. 254 gecoad Street. Xovelilcs in jet, fancy and gold-plated jewelry, received daily at Jet Palace, 385 Main str-t. Italian 31onninet. Our third invoice is now ready for in spection, to which we invite the attention of those wishing first quality Italian marble, manufactured iu Carrarj, Italy, by tu-j best artists, at our own studios, and at prices to suit the times, vtutcu we euHrantee; to be lower than any finp ia the united St'ttcs caa furnish at the 6ame figures. Warcroonn, 300 Second street. GEOHJi: H. BELL, WM. D. BL'DY, Agents. liermm millet, Hungarian millet, Xllsfeourl millet, fur rale by Otto Men will A Co, seedsmen. 2:43 .Halo ADDITIONAL RIYJKK3. 8T. LOUIS, March 20. Klver r.alng. Weather Indicating rain. Arrived: Stancard, Centennial and Commonwealth, New Orleans; City of Vicksburg, Ylcksburg. NEW ORLEANS, March 20. Weather-clear; thermometer, 70 deg. Arrived: Charles P. Chou teau. MbiiU'iils; : Charles Morga t, Cincinnati; Future City and barges, Sat. Louis. Departed: Golden City, Cincinnati. COYESTIOX OF iilTERMEJi, To be Held at Cincinnati oa the Thlrty flrut of the PrfSi-nt 3f ontti. tar the Purpose or Conntderine the Re peal or tiie Present Hteam boat Lawn, The following letter was received in this city a few days since: Cim i.nnati, O., March 11, 1 871. Mr. W. T. Avery: In accordance with a resolution cf the chamber ot cemmerce of this city, of the tenth instant, and in view of the va-t impor tance of the reperd or modification of the present steamboat laws and of the immediate and permanent improvement of the low-wati r navigation cf the Ohio tiver from Pittsbuig to its mouth, til-jo that of the Mississippi river from St. Ixsuis to the gulf of Mexxo, and for the reclamation of the low lands of its valley from overflow, apd in order that con gress" and the whole country may have a full and free txptes-ion of opinion f rom river men, merchants ar.d others deeply in sympathy with the above measures, we deem it neces sary to bold a convention, to convene in this city on Alonday, Match 31, 1879, and you are hereby invited. 1'iease reply at your earliest convenience, if" vou can be present. tiioua3 sherlock, jambs s. wie, david gibson, Committee. Address Thomas Sherlock, Chairman. CALLED MEETING OF CHAMBER OF COM MERCE. The fallowing petition was presented to Ihe chamber cf commerce, and in response a meeting of the chamber will be held ou to morrow (Saturday) tfteinoon at three o'clock to take action in lae matter suggested in the petition: Ia response to a call for a convention of river men to meet at Cincinnati on fhe thirty-first of March, 1879, made by tho chamber of commerce of Ciuciunati, for the repeal or modification of the present steam boat laws, and for the permanent improve ment of tbe low-water navigation of the Ohio aud Alississippi rivers, and tor the re clamation of the iowlauds of the valley of the Mississippi river from overflow, the un designed, appreci ;ting the high importance of the foregoing subjects to our pop'e and commercial interests, suggest that a meeting be heid in the city of Alem phis on the twenty second cf Alarca (to-morrow), responsive to the call cf the cham' erof commerce of C.n cinnat:, (or the pur:ose cf appointinc? dele gates to said convenfion. and that Captain John Cowdon lie invited to ad.lress the meet iug on the subjects to be brcug it before said convection. W. B. 14 A LBBE ATH, H. A. MONTGOMERY, J. T. PETTI T, W. P. PKOUDFIT, J. C. NEELY, JEROME HILL. C. HCRu. T. H FAKNsWORTH, C F. VANCE, W. T. AVERY. J. W. FALLS. NAPOLEON HILL, LOUIS HAN ACER, C. P. HINT, J. R. GODWIN, JOHN W. DILLARD. Every member of the chamber of commerce should attend this meeting at three o'clock to-mcrrow afternoon, give the matter due consideration, aad select suitable delegates. See the call of the chamber of cemtaerce in another column. threat Kxeiteraent! Newport lies only 75 same as toll all over t'ue city at $1. O her cood-i ia propor tion, fr ten dnys culy, to m-'.ke room for the great, spring sale to commence soon at the B'tr Boot siirP str.rp. 344 Sf-.vn. PRKSKSTS'i sin mi TO BE GIVEN AWAY. be or Grand Scheme takes plce Moy lt. Every Purchaser of S.i worth of Goods ts en'ltied to an Interest in the following loo Val'ta ble and Magnlliceai Presents: 1 GiiAN'D SCiUAFE PIANO, 1 Fine Gold '..a.-ik?' Watch, 1 Pair Fleaatu Biaceiets, 5 Pieces Plated-w.ve, 2 Fine Parlor Clocks. 1 Inlaid Writing Deifc, 1 Bolt Iilsti Linen, 1 Plecs Bleached 10-4 Sheeting, 2 Bolts Lonsdale Cambric, 1 Beautiful Table Cover, 1 B irrel Finest Flour, 2 Elaborate Jewel Cases, 3 Places Canton Flannel, H F'ine Crochet Shawls, 2 Handsome Bed-spreads, 10 Barrels of Coal. 5 Elegant Albums, 1 Handsome Table Cov2. 2 Pair Fine Blankets. 5 Beautiful Toilet Sets, o K!ei;arit Bronze Busts, 5 Pair Beautiful Vases, :t Handsome Liquor Sets, 3 Beautiful Work-boxes, 2 Exquisite Coral Sets, R Coral Necklaces a d Armlets, 5 F legant Ottoman Paiteins, 23 Eleinnl Presents comprising F'lne Plated Jew elry, .Ieweiry-Boe3, Wrlting-Desks, etc. E3y The Magnificent Presents of this eel-brated en terprise are on exhibition at our Store, 1547 irlatn trect.3 t37 The Distribution takes place al Memphis Theater, nny Int. We defy any one to sell goods cheaper than we do. IEUBRi; BEOS. IVXeiixx St. CWCome and see us. 1ST ISO ATS. LEK LINE STEAMERS. for leudiie. Helena aud nurs Pulnt. The Fine Steamer Cooper master ! Btllv Smithers clerk Wiil leave as above on THIS Da Y, March 2 1st, at 6 p.m. For freight or passage, apply on board or to Y. M. ViNri' N. Aaent. No. 4 Jefferson s reel. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Co. For Pine Blulf, Little Rock, and through to Fort Smith The elegant passenger steamtr J. J. rmiTagti. master. Leaves as -tlwe o v 1 b'ti: AY, March 22il. at 5 p.m. JOHN N. HAP.HIN. Stip't. 2M2W Front st FOR C'AHiO AN!) ST. LOUIS. for &l- I'OCIH find ell Way PoIuCm. The cpltiuld Sleainer Colorado, Sam H'Phceters mister. Will leave as above SATURDAY. March 22d, at 5 p.m. For fri-lyU' r passsse. apply at Me n phis ar.d ot. Louis Packet c"o.' wlnrtooat, foot of Mou- loe strwt. Al STOUM. Siiprtntt-rMletit. Foil LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI Kor Calrs. KvnnMYllle, lAtuiMVille and i inrin. ati. The Southern Transportation company's ouiieiD t3.ei:rier T e w 32 ury 5 Sous i on ii i allies miner, master. Will leave Glenn's Whanboat, as above SATUR DAY, 221 Inst., at 12 ni. Freight received at all times oy B. f. GLti.. Aueiit, at wnarfboal. TEMPHIS AND OHIO KIVER PACKET CO. aJ- For Ixiuisvllie and Cincinnati. The fine steiimer AIV BAI'N.E J. Vinton, master: M. M. De-tn. c.uli. W lit l'-.tve on SATURDAY Marcu 22d. at fi p.ra :cTlckets to all points. K. W. LliiIIfBDHNK, Sup't. No. 7 Monree street. opp site Pe.ib'Ody Hotel. Steamer VINT SU1NKI.E will le ive Wednesday. M-in-h 2it'h. FOU ARKANSAS CITY. For Arkansua City acu Way Landings. Cltllzens' Memphis and AikansasClty Packet Company-The Elegant Steamer Jho. B Davis master I jno. Gwalnmey cierk Will leave as above every MONDAY and THURS DAY, at 5 p.m. Fo-- treleht or passage, apply to R. W. LlGHTDUBNE, General Frslu'bt Agent, N o. 7 !rr-is str-f. o-t osiie I vnrsHiT brie FUR OSCEOLA. Regular Trl-weekly Mail Packet for Randolph, F ultuu. Osceola and all way landings. The elegant passenger steamer Osceola .elle, J. G. Andrews Master I B. O. Mitchell Clort. Leaves Memphis every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and 1RIDAY, at ij p. in. For freight or passage apply on toanl FOU NEW ORLEANS. For Ac -rtesDHund tiie lieudit. The Fine Steamer City of Alton, Horace Bixby, master. Will leave as above on SATURDAY, Marcli 22d, at 10 a.m. For freight or passage, apply at Memphis & ot. Louis Packet Co.'s wharf ooat, foot of Mm rip street. AD TOR vi. Superintendent, Itfculcr nfmniiU nml .ew Urleaus Packet for Vlcksburg. Natchez and New Orleans. Henry jFrank, J. F. Hicks master I Alf Grlssom cleik Will leave as above THIS DAY. Maich 22d, at rl p.m. For treight or pMss;-ge apply to J. T. WA -iHING roN, A-iit, K. E. Lert Wharfboat. Fur JAiew 4 rl-..c ! trie Iie.d-..-The Southern Tittini"rtatlon Co. s Passenger t-teamer sUiiitlis; ?tar, -gi w. B Mlil r, master, Will leave Glenn' -.!inrtboai as above FRI DAY, ilar-ii 21st. at 10 am. For freight or pas sage, apply to R. P. GLENN, Agent, at Wharfboat. P VALUABLE Qj m w-A n i run Si m LEUDI WM. FRANK. NEW DRT ARE OPENING LATE Lies' 3ii3 Dress CllOICK SOVKLT1E8 IN TIES, LAGES, HOSIERY, ETC. "We are receivings PTew Goods dailvt am will take pleasure in exhibiting them. Samples given on application, and order, promptly filled. WM. FRAN 249 MAIN STREET: EE MCCARTHY FOB SPRING WEAR, IN HANDSOME EFFECTS. ALSO, FI LL LINE OF Handkerchiefs, Fancy Half-Hose, Cellars, New Scarf- Ings and Pin C-SIUKr- 35 JDK TO OKDKIi .1. MIECI LTV. . ;ZZ 35 and Iain, Sign Star JSliiW. Hem iTii 100 CASES BOLLINGER DRY EXTRA (I'intsj and (uarts.) -s vinest Champagnes Imported. lOO ASKS ItEKD'S MT-EIGE TONIC. 100 CASKS OF GUINESS'S STOUT-Pints lOO Casks Allsopp's Ale Pints and Qts. All IHreet from Abroad Onr own Importing. WE HAVK BESIDES COK'TANTLY ON HAND AN IMMENSE STOCK OF STRAIGHT PENNSYLVANIA, KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE WHISKIES At LOWER PRICES then ever A. V iCllAltU. A. VACOAKO & CO,, WINES, LIQUOBS & OIG-AES HT. Sprout Mtreet, ?f ;sJv. MEMPHIS lieneral insurance llompany JIOILS A GSSEKAL FIUB! AM JZ.VlilM BUSINESS. Capital - - $250,000 OFFICE So. 19 Madltton street, Menijihls, Tennessee. President K. 31. APPF.KSOV. of K. 91. Apperson A Co. Vice-President A. VACCAKO, or A. Vacearo at. Co. Cashier MEX BY J. LV.ti.V. DIRECTORS: THOMAS FISHER, President Emmet Bank, W. N. WILKERSON, of W. N. Wllkerson 4 Cte. M. GAVIN, ot M. Gavtn Co. NAPOLEON HILL, of Hill, Fontaine 4 Co. W. J. COLE, of Cole 4 Co. JOSEPH W. CALDWELL, ot F IL White 4 Co H. FTJBSTENHEIM, Of Furatenbelm 4 Wellford. FULiEH, (SUCCESSORS TO SLEDGE, XcKAY & CO.) W HOTiTISATgra Grocers. Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants, Nab. 371 and 373 Main street. Meiaplii, Tenn M. L. MKACHAM. A. W. ROBERTS. WTTrT Ma L'a Mm QroGsrs, Gotton Factors -AND Agents for Ohio River NO 9 UNIOSi STREET, A. 91. BOYD. ALKr. Aiw nwaww COTTON FACTORS, NO. 336 FRONT STREET, Corner UNION. 31. 4avln John n. Kalll van. ir Gavin & Co. Wholesale Grocers. Cotton Factors, And Commission Sit r chants, 2 3 3 I'ront Stroot, 3Loxn.i5lxljs. TI?oxxxi. Between Adams and Jefferson. Our MAJOR T. J. COWGILL devotes hlswnols time to the W'elnh!n and Sale o all Cotton lntruste U. ourcharurt We have our own Qnttr.n Warehouse, corner WMhtrii?ton und Sfssind. FOR WHITE RIVER. Beeular Independent 9femphls aad White River Packet For Augusta, Jacksonport Seaivy, and way points. The regular Independent r'acket I3LA123 CASH, ED. C. POSTAL Maste', Will leave Memphis every WEDNESDAY, at 5 p.m. For freight jr passage, apply to U. W. LUiU'i BURNE. No. 7 Aionroe st., opp. Prabody U.'ieL R. P. GLENN, on v. hurtboal. JXIL.T HAS li Y I.I.K. 9Iemphis W'ite Klver and Blaeh Kiver l. . 3if.il i'arkent. For Indian Bay, RL Charlt, Clarendon, U-,.iil's Btutr, Des Are, Augusta. JK.'Ksoniorl. A est Point, Searey, Baleville, pov.Ur.t'.iu, Puciiiioniaa. The new steamer M. R. Rarrt. eantain. .1 D. Moor. uierk. Letives Memphis on and atter November 2d. eterv SATURDAY, at f, p.m., ewiiiiectliiK dlrevtailii Lift new Black river V. S. mail packet jIILT H Ahl'.Y tor Powhallaii and Pocahontas, and with D:ti; Pe.ckf ts to Bab-svple and Ups;r Wbile rlwir. I nrougn rates u an pxinis. Freight oonslKntsi to Milt FTan-r Ll,.t.. 'li-n r.hls ..r Terrene will tie promptly tnr.:ioe . I it-f l.twill be received at all limee on lh- k. K 1 vi ;.. .rooat J. T. WABUlNtiTN Ainl, JULICS KTHN, Late of Menken Bros. gtuyiio! ANK&CO.. NOVELTIES IN THEIR Mi DepartmeD before offered In this UaikeU o A, h, VAiX'tKi). CITY FIRE -AND- URTON GO, J. B FOSTOX - n4AT. - ni and Kanawha Salt. HOYII. 1KB Y BOYD. nnrak. .-.v-r mm mmwmv m - Thes. Clark. M. J. Clark. FOR VICKSDUKG. For Virkkbareaud all the Bends. The Splemiid Steamer John WS. Claude, m&sOi? Wm Blak-. master. Win leave as above SATURDAY, March y, 10 a-m. For freight or passage, apply at j,.n)'.ui anl St- Louis Packet Co.'s wb;:rtuat lo4 of Mon loe siieet. AD STORM, toper", r.mjeoL Adams I'. . 51 ail A,lne Me" a YlrkMiarg Paew-tu The Klegant Passtag' f steamer Ouachita "elle, Mark B. Cheek.. .W4."r , A. l. Cummmr.Sfl LS.1JVet?T,:r'' TUE.DA,at5 p.m., A lie afar.t Passenger steamer ed Wing, tieo. Ma' one master I Ed R. Thomas cierk Leaves every FRIDAY, et 6 P m., or Helena, Friars Point. Concordia, Terrene. Arkan sas City, (ireenv.lle and Vlcksburg, as above, cocv neetlng at Vlcksburg with the Hirisot Line tor Yazoo river, and with the famous ste.imers Robert K. Lee and J. M, White tor New orltvuis. giving through oius or lacine u all points at lowest rales. blpts-r can rely on thl.i nar.g-nient bp'.n per- maneiii. Freight tor tuis Litie re.-i-lvtd at R. E. . Lea wuoiruiat at an limes. . T. WASU1NUTON. Aiit-nt. No. 8 Madison. or on R. K. Lee Wharfboat. E. E. MEACHA1 t a li a if. nn OrnrntM .r rm a mm f n