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Thurdar, Frid.y and Fiturdty, March II,
i-. it. anil riaiurday Maunoe The repre-
eaiativeliua Comedian,
Thursday ana" Friday Kl.hta aa 1 S.tarJ..
lOTSl LIB . IB IDll C 1 1 T I i A V V-
NA-LN, b-Jaa. C. Roach aad J. Ar
mor Kim (T(iu eiitints). Without
Prim, Kd OVet or Proems Ferve rs.
Ssttiid.y Ni.ht F-ed Marsd'n's Romantic
iraina. 1IIB IrllMI MINSTREL.
Durint both playt Air. Scaalaa will intra-
due nil hii lKH songs.
C'eiumfDclaK Monday, Starch
In a Brilliant Repertoire.
Hon lay and Tuesday evenings and Saturday
"An Unequal Match."
Wednesday as 4 Thursday evening,
I'jKmalloii -nd llalaiea.
Friday and Saturday evenings.
Tlaj JoHtry CiirL
The -ale of Wat be tint at Multord's Fri
day, March 12lh, at 9 o'clock a.aa. Parties
at a distance fan secure scat by telephone,
mail or telegram.
Crosby's Dime Museum
224 Main St., Memphis.
W. E. CROSBY. - .Sole Proprietor
Meek f'osntaeneinc Hiireh atb.
BOY, Til S ARMLESS MAN, and other
banian curio.
And a Grand Olio of Fan and Fancy.
TiOU Small black-and-tan dog, one yesr
XJ old; tars cut. Libaral reward. No
icjtljn asked.
Return to
I JOOMS-Nioely
furniihed front room:
1 V also.
other rneml. with hoard. l)av
boarders accommodated at 1H Mulborry it.
COM AND BOARD-Furnibhed front
room, ft rat floo', with rood board, Dig
boarders wanted
OuM DesiraMe furn'thed room, with
board, at 72 Madison street.
BOARD With excellent room,
5 NICE Rooma, furnished or unfurnished,
with or without board, at 1.17 Madiann at.
TWO Ian unfurnished rooma, with or
without board, at 6 Madison street, cor
ner ihira
St. JAMES HOUSl--Cor. Second and Ad
amaata, Room and board S3 per week:
dy hoird. Kt fio.
No. 96 Sixth at., Chelaen.oonttininoix
rootuo, pantry and itore-room, with front
and back gallery; situated in a vere lurge,
airylot. Applyto TUOS. KEELV,
oot ner Auction and vecond au , or
' J. E. LEWIS, 97 Six hat.
CWrTAOE Ot three room at the terml
J nm of Elmwood atroet car Hue, Apply
at M I nion atreet.
TOOMS Furnished or unfurniehed, at 118
-I w Second street. Reference rouuired.
IJOOMS Two furnished rooma. luitable
for officea or renti'. rleeping rooms.
Call at 44 North Court street.
-T 117 COURT ST.
"OOOMS Suite of two rooms, unfurni-hed,
J. a or one furmsbed room
will board nar-
ties if desired.
Family private.
Lccation best in the city.
Address, witn reference,
U. C Appeal otlioe.
COTTAGB Three rooms, cistern, at 257
J Georgia street. Arp'y next room.
"tOTTAGE-No. 414 Lau lerdnla.
i 7 rooms
J in good repair, good cistern;
125 per
month. Apply to No. 3M Main street.
f) -STORY IricV Resldenee, 8. W. corner
i Beoona ana fixebange sta.
n first-fllaaa
repair eight rooms.
Apply on premises.
2 ROOMS En suite, Lee Block, third floor
front. Apply at No. 4 Madison st.
der Tennessee Club on Sooth Conrt St.,
and four offices on Second street opposite the
Cotton Exchange. Apply to
J. Ij. O00DL0K, ! Madison st.
HOUSK-And lot, 'M and 244 Elliott
street. Address K. L. C, Appeal office.
C10TTAGR-Desirable cottage residence,
' on a pared strrnt In North Mvmphis;
terms reasonable and easy. Address
245 MAIN fT.
flif nnWil Purchase a beautiful now
rJD'iUUU Queen Anne 2-story house, 9
rooms; corner lot 146xloS feet, adjoining
State Fem lie College; ioUUrush, balance 110
per month. Addresa T. A. LAMB, 10 Mndi
son street. Office hours, 2 to 4 o'clock p.m.
T RESIDENCE Two-story brick residence
I i on Main street, with grocery connected
with it, and on a prominent corner; suitable
fur general buninesi or drug store. Will be
sola at a barguia. Apply to
a. j. martin.
f"LLE flood farm mule, chean.
.VJL at 1S3 Court street.
H0RS8 AND MULE Good horse and
muln, very cheap. Apply ut corner of
Third and Mill streets, Chnlfea.
NICE COTTAGE Six rooms, out-buildings,
etc, good neighborhood. Part
cah, balance on ti-r.e. On paved street.
Address H. W., care Appeal office.
HOUSE The two-story frame house 111
Court st. t must be moved off the lot or
torn down by April let. Apply to
Ji. a. a AL,Ln in, Arcnitoot,:uusccond st
. UURNITURB-Complete set of household
luruituivi, siiuuofc aosi m a oargaiu 10
'Cash purchaser; must be sold at once. Apply
to J. R. BALDWIN. 284 Main St.
XT0RSE8 AND MULES A lot of line
a -L norses ana mains, cheap, at
W. WKLLMAN'S Stable. 14 Mi
fain st.
I OT3-S7 and 38 Peyton subdivision , aorth
XJ side Greenlaw si reef, lor sale cheap for
cash. Apply to T. B. MICOU. 310 Second st.
rjieeea of nreiMtrtv fop .ml lrJ
Pontotoo street eiteuded. Apply to Ker. J.
W. Knott, corner of Marley avenue and the
naiaign roaa. ibis property will be
geiq cneap.
HOUSE at Holena, Ark. The reason
for selling, other icterosts require bis attcn
tion. For further rofrence call or write to
11. BRl'NBK, Helena, Ark.
uated rn one of the livest towns in the
couth. Does a business of over tliOo per
uivuiu. uar van irv suuru ID mo OUBinOSS,
Af desired. For terms, address
J. 8. M Box 102, Meridl.m. Mi.
ATULKS Some Sst clsss mules for sale.
before purchasing eleehere.
AT NSWPORT NEWS. VA. 1000 lou.otio
feet water fro t, 4( feet deep. For lull
iniormaiion uaarft .M. A. UKAN.
47 Lexington street, Baltimore, Md
A cash, or payable September 15, 18;,
with good lecurity.
Kaloigh P ke, IK miles from Briok Church,
Chelsea; 9 acres No. 1 land, house 6 rooms,
servante houses, stables, barns, cribs, dairy
house, well and cistern: also, 300 bushels
eorn, bay and fodder, seed potatoes, turnips,
asparagus beds, hot beds and sash, agricul
tural implements, household and kitchen
furniture, cows, calves, horses, mules,
wagons and harness. Apply on premises.
TTORSE-A anfe, reliable family burgy
-LJL horse one well known to the citiiens
or Memphis. Aiir-ly at the livery stable of
Memphis; 1-"j4j acres, of which about 3w0
cleared and very rich land. A bargain can
be secured by application to
Ke oeiv.'-ia n and all du to tha
I Volar,
, Mrarsie. .tag., March (1,1386.
"VTOTICK Is hereby gives that I will.
-i.! administrator of the eitale of Patrick
Sop?r' ?":. " pubiie outcry, to
noper, a.o..s-l, Mil at pa
the hiibeet bidder, for cash.
' -
Tmdax, March 1,
t 10 o'clock a.m., in front of A. M. Stid
earn mon-rtr-ue on iinion str. ne
nuR'ti nuvivtn AJ and UAHNSSS, 1m
longing to aaid estate.
Jt'HM LOAGVE, Pabl'e Adm'r.
A. M. ETODDAHP, Auin"e...
IpARMS Several In farma in Arkanaaa
1 and Mississippi on Tory oaiy terms and
lowpruee. aaoress
B. J. MAKTIV. Memphis. Tenn
T AND PA.PERS-In Isril Llotd D. Addi-
i-i (on le t m nia aaac in Mami'iiia a pak
irl nf land titici for landa in Wiaeopain,
it will bo made to tho interoi of any paraon
who re a? know of thea arera to nr tify
LVLKS, HARRIS A Ka , Attorneya,
Mamiihia, Tenn.
LACK PIN-Sanday nirht. on Vance
tlreet, between Hernando and Cauaey,
lady'a lace pin, let with tur.iuoire and
parl. I inder will h lib rally rewarded by
returninawe to Wdi. ALLEN, Appeal.
GETTER Whita and
black Better hitrh;
kj both ears black.
Return to D. D. S . :l
Wviiann rtrrct,
and at j.T. roward.
ATILB-From th
nndrriiened. ne.r
bita llaven. thia rnuntv. Mrch uih.
one amall, dirk bay, hone mule, I ycara old,
branded with le ter A on jaw. Information
lending to hi' recovery liberally rewarded.
J. T. COUlt, White ll.vcn, Tenn.
O WHITE COWS-flne with rope around
a4 neen. at rewara tor m ir
return to K.
near Curve, Herrando roal.
BROWN MAKE Ml'LE About ten yeara
old: Iodic hair. Strayed on night of De
eemb r2ith, from Benieatown. Liberal re
wnrd for her return to . M. KELLY.
For ball or party manic call on
t vance itro t.
CISTERNS-BulU and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor o' the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Cnntraotor and hrtck
layer. Telephone M9. TIM8. CUBBINS.
LAW. Ai arina and (Jommercial N'nt.r
mono, vomminaioner oi iteeda and U.K.
Commineioner, at the old office. No. 3 Madi
w a Sirs.
SALESMAN For Memphie and vicinity,
by an imp-itinx wine and liquor bouae,
an expeiieneed raaident aal araan. Addroaa,
with reference and ezerlenro,
IMFOR IK It, P. 0. Box iM, N. Y. City.
Apply at
SITUATION-Br a nioa white weman, to
do general homework or reok'ng; ean
iy good reference. Addrcua S.A.C .Appeal.
SITUATION-Mrs. Ann B. Rnthroe. chal
lenge carpet-maker of the United Statea,
wants a situation. No ubitction to leaving
tne city. Apply at tins onu o.
PARTNER With WO capital to take an
tntercat in a weil-establ shed busioesa
in Memphis that it raving $6 a day. Ad
droaa PARTNEK, Appeal office.
a i d ran-
fnr enlnraed
oopie oi ii nuiy pictures AMEH1UAN
rpo HIRE Horse or mule to plow for three
1 or four week'. J. B., Appeal.
OCCUPANTS for Moms, or part of a nici
house in Chelsea. lte'ereuces louuired.
Address V. M.. this i.tflre.
rpo liORROW-jaKNi on
improved city
property, ut 8 per cent
years' t'me. Adilresa
no one or more
L., cure Appeal.
EVERYBODY To call and see the ccle
bm'ed Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
A SOUTHERN LADY To associate her
. self wilharetpon ible house and rep
resent it in her own locality. Good salary
to right party. Position permanent- Reter
encea exchanged. 'GAY Jt BROTUEHS, 16
Barclay street, New York.
tJJ sonally or by letter to
G. W. LKA RNAHIt, Arkansas fity. Ark.
STUDENTS To learn telegran.y, atTele
graph School, cur. Main and Poplar sts.
COTTAGE To rent a cottage or part of a
house, with garden, in suburbs or coun
try, near railroad.
Aildrrss. stating looa-
tton and terms,
RENTER, this offi-e.
SITUATION In a wall-paper and window
shade store as saleRman, paper or shade
hanger, by a young man who understands
the business thoroughly. Address C, Appeal
HIGH EST cash prices paid for old and new
FEATHERS. J. 1). SM l'1'll, 449 Main.
manent posit on, with an old established
firm, as their represontive, in his own State.
Salary to begin, ITU per month. References
14 Barclay sfeet, N. Y.
LADY AGENTS For Mrs. Campbell's
New "Tilter"-a Titter, Bustle, Hoop
skirt and Underskirt combined. 11 oo pa can
be removed and skirt laondried. Adjusta
ble to any site. Ve y fashionable, and sells
for $2 to every well-dressed lady as toon as
shown. Agents double their money. Also,
a full line of new furnithing goods for ladies
and children. Ai'drcs, with stump,
E. 11. CAMPBKLL k CO .
4H4 West Randolph St., Chicago, III.
And cor re
positions Jli spondonts for new business.
permanent. Salary or commission. Write
to-liny. Address
AGENTS-For the best articlo over pro
duced; costly outfit free; no peddling
and no money roioired until sales are made
and goods delivered. For particulars and
terms auuross rt. 31. rneduian & Co., Mar
tin&burg, Ko,
AGENTS In every section of the country
for two New Books, just ready. Spbcihi,
lKBUatoroen or exiorience capable of fill
ing a large territory. State experience, ago
anu territory wanteu. UAnaKLilj x CO.
(limited), 8-"J Broadway, N. Y., and 40 Dear
born street, Chicago.
kjt ALKSMEN In everv State In tha II inn
O torepresert a PAINT MANUFACTUR-
l.vit fc.MAilL15U.Ylh.rtr having several
eraciALriKB tnatare popular and easy Fell
ing. van ee nanaiou aione or in connectii n
trim otner goons. Audress 'J. HIS WM. B.
1 Of ifl MfN-Voung and old, to brini
LUUU their Old Clothes to Rosenstein J
Bro. and have them renovated. 24 Main
no in .perrersnn.
Sweet Pickles, Etc.
Jlnltcd Frail Plekted Oraaaew.
(Hatred frnll Plkled Csseambera,
Rlaired Frail Pickled Prppers,
BlasTed Fralt Plekled laigiiet,
Mixed Rwextt Pickles,
4'roaa A- Blapk well's t'ttaw-4'how aad
nixea a-irkie, .
Plalat Cncamber Plekles by Ihesrall.
Other brnaids f Plain and Hlmed
B-iravies tJiHins and Olives.
ornr Second and! Beale Sis.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
21S Slain SU, Memphis Tenn
Wishing? te Rellr from Bnslneas
we oner onr Cnllra
Boiler Works.
SHEA k McCAnTUr.Propr'a,
HO, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
in the South, and the eniy complete
Boiler and Sieet-Iron Works In theoity.
SfanniMtnrers of heavy nlate) Iron,
work ef ver dewcrlptlon. Speolai
attanrtow hct. leata ion work.
100 HenWanted.
AT JENKINS'S CAMP, Bald Knob rail
road, west side of W h te .iver. God
dry station work and day labor. Prices good.
For full information apply to M. R. 11 AH
f.' Sy'"ottUmtt ieHmet, Satu'day,
March l ah.
' vertcs or Ptblic Aiwiiiithtoi Shut
Something- That Premiers Not Onlj
a Benefit to Ianrance JIpd,
But a Fortaap.
Last night'a expres carried elab
orate drawings and an application (or
a patent oo a tire hydrant patented
by JameeCleary of the Fire Depart
ment of thia city. Before they were
sealed a representative of the Appeal
waa allowed to make a caret a I exam
ication of the drawings, which were
prepared with bia usual finiab by Mr.
Anthony Roaa of the Sewer Depart
ment, and afterward made a careful
examination of one of the hydranta at
enirjne-hoaee No. 1.
"fhia ia one of 100," aattf the chief,
"jmt finished for the city by the Mil
barn Gin and Machine Company. I
made the first teet abont an bonr ago.
When I showed my plana to Presi
dent Hidden and aikul him to
give the order to have them
made at home, he wanted to
know what waa to be done
if they failed to woik properly when
finished. I agreed to eat one of them
if they were nc t satisfactory. lie f uid
it waa a bargain, and five the order
on that condition. Bui I do not think
I chall t t obliged t j make so radical a
change in my diet. The test made
tnia at.vrnoon was completely estia
factory, and I think: I have the beet
hydrant made."
The chief ought to know, as he has
seea nearly every hydrant in use in
the United States. The cbd of the
Mecimen examined, and which had
juiit been received frjin the faitorv,
bore the legend, "Olca-v Ilydiant,
Male by the Milburn (Jin and Ma.
chine Coaopany, Memphis, Tenn."
The hydrant ii similar in appearance
lo those which may be seen at any
street corner. It may not be quite so
handsome, but is well made, durable
and possesses points of advan
tage which are at once mani
fest. It is cast in three ninciw.
the lips clamped by iron bolls. Those
in the section which will . appear at
the surface of the ground are of brass,
n it has been noticed that bolts placed
at the top of the ground soon rust and
break. The supply is taken at tha
side through a four-inch opening, the
aperture being closed or opened by
turning with a key tha equared end
of an inch and a half tod which ex
tends through the center of the cap
down to the boitim cf the hydrant.
The valve is fixed to one side
ot a sort of skeleton wheel, whose di
ameter corresponds to the diameter of
the hydrant, eight i aches, nnd
works up and down along the
inside of the stem. The
threads of the long rod-like rcrew are
very large, so that eight revolutions of
tue aey completely opens the fonr
inch aperture through which the bud.
ply ilowr. An aperture in the oppo
site side of toe pipe about one-eighth
oi an men in diameter u mcdetj open
and close automtt'icallv. and allows all
ot the water remaining in the hydrant
to II jw out aftor use, so that all danger
oi aamage in cold weatner is avemd.
Thia vent is so peculiarly constructed
that it is closed while t tie hydrant is
io use, acti aoea not allow a panicle
oi water to escape. An arrangement
lor pacairg aDout tne exposed or key
end of the long rod prevents it
from becoming clogged bvan accu-
mulntion of giave1, a prolUc sou ice of
amusement with mischievous street
arabs. In a word, the points about
tne Hydrant tj be commended are ita
durability, the rapidity with which it
may be opened, its freedom from ac
cumulation of grit, its ability ta empty
iitstui oi every atop oi wilier n tsr
use and, above all, the ease with which
it may be repaired. The whole inside
of the hydrant may be lifted out, leav
ing it clean as a whistle, repaired at
leisure and replaced. With the old
hydrant the question of repairs is a
difficult one. It is often necessary to
dig down to the main pipe, from
which the water must lint be shut oil',
meet the connection and lift the
whole thing out. Even then repairs
of a serious nature are often impossi
ble, and the hydrant is broken to
pifces in the attempt. The reporter
went with Chief Cleary late yesterday
evening to the corner of Gay 030 and
Hernando streets, where one of the
new hydrant had just been put in,
and witnessed a test, which was com
pletely satisfactory. The chief ha? a
Another well-pleased audience was
present at the Memphis Theater list
night, when Shane na-Law 11 was again
produced. It will be rept nted at mat
inee to-day. Mr. Kcanlau will produce
oa Saturday night his new t-Uy, by
Fred JJarscVn, entitled The Irhh iliti
ilrtl. On this occasion a beautiful
souvenir photogiaph cf Tom Moore's
harp, the original cf which is in Ihe
possession of George W. Childs of the
Philadelphia ledger, will be given to
each lady in attandance. Mr. Seanlan
will introduce during the play all his
latest songi.
The sale of seats for the engagement
of this charming actress Is still going
on at a lively rata at Mulford's and
good houses are already assured.
Lectures by Mr. Cat den.
Mr. Garden of the Janaiisrhek Com
pany has offered to deliver throe
lectures Rt tho Fiint Baptist church of
this city on the 23d, 23th nnd L'fith in
stant for the benefit of tho Young;
Men's Christian Association. Tho
lecture on St. Paul, recently delivered
by Mr. Garden before tho Miwons of
Memphis at the Masonic Temple, jus
tifies tho belief that he will draw three
full houses, and will more than com
pensate his hearers for their attend
ance. Plated lor fjlvlnc ajnnday Perform-
Cincinnati, O., March 12. Nat C.
Goodwin, who was indicted for ap
pearing in a theatrical performance on
Sunday entered a plea of guilty to-day
before Judge Huston and was fined
$10 and coett, the la ter amounting to
$10. In the Police Court the cases of
Miss Lillian Lewis. Sadie Hasson. Hat-
tie Pike, J. J. Dowling and Max Ar
nold, charged with taking nait in
theatrical performances last Sunday,
were called. Tbey all pleaded euiltv
and the judge fined each $10 and
costs. Be took occasion to anuign
Mayor Smith for not exercising bis
power to close concert saloons oa Sun-
Iresby'sDlme Xaaenm, '
As Saturday is always a crowded
day at the Muientn ladies with chil
dren, and a 1 who wish to avoid a
rush, should, if possible, attend the
matinee performances. There will be
the usual scholars' morning peiform
ance at 10 a.m. This evening closes
the entire programme, and Monday
king, baa been rensajfed for a second
weta, ana De win apptay jQ anroe new
and startling featnr . Little Tot, the
Uiry queen, is anotfcer great favorite,
and has been re-engsgrd. rihe wtll be
seen next week on the stage of the
tbeatorinm. and prove that she is
clever ai well as rretty. The cele
brated mermaid and merman, Idaletta
and Val'.c, will be the chief attrac
tion next week, and their act is an en
tire noveitv.
a road: or Jtr.s at work
Several er the Play era Arrive!
fractlrlaa-Tarr ajewe 4Jrst
eral Rates,
A fores of thirty men are at work,
have been at werk all the week, at the
new base ball grounds near the City
Hospital. It will be ready in ample
time ior me opening of the season.
The p'ayera are beginning to come
in. those already in the city besides
Manager Sneed being O'Learv. Vojs.
macs, v-oigan, r unn, ruselbach. An
dtews and Whitehead. They are hard'
emrg their hands at the Chi. kat aw
Gymnasium, and Phelan, Krehmeyer
auu i.bviu are exptcted to arrive to
Nporllna Kotos.
What aboat the new ball park?
STanLKs for the spring meeting are
umiy arriving.
Green Mokkis is the only Western
turfman who has entered at Wash
The liuincy, III., track haa run to
seed, and there will be no fair there
this ) ear.
The Baldwin and the Hagin stables
left San Francisco Tuesday lait for
Tbe new road to the fair grounds
will be finished in ample time, and
till be a great convenience.
Jambs T. Willi a mh, the turfman,
has patented a composition shoe for
race horses weighing oae-fourth of
Gaih Cald ell and F. II. Rnmrnel,
now at New Orleans, have formed the
Hudson stable, which staiti with
Chantilly, Broughton, Baton Rouge
(Dnugni inis week, irom Pop Kerry)
anu oiuers.
Manager Rowb cf the Kansas
Citys tried to make a dicker with
Mansger Purcell cf Atlanta for Moore,
tbe heavy-hitting left fielder of the
Southern League. Purcell, however,
couldn't nee it, and Howe drew oil' dis
ins regular tvngusti racimr season
opens at Lincoln on March 22d. on
which day the Batthyany stakes are
run; tue Lincolnshire handicap fol
lows on Wednesday, and the com
pany then moves to Liverpool to see
tne urana JNauonai steeplechase run
on Friday.
The following letter from Atlan'a f o
tbe Uincinnatt Ewuxrer lets in a flood
ot ligtit upon tbe straits to which
Atlanta was put last vcar. and ex
plains why that city wag to extremely
unwilling to uoisn me season: "Mrs.
llenko, widow of the first basemen.
who was killed in Atlanta list year,
has by this time received the $167 H!
due on tbe benefit game. Tbe money
was advanced by Mr. Steve Ryan,
chairman of the Kzecutive Committee
of the At'anta Baiebalt Association,
and forwarded to her yettrday. The
advance was made by Mr. Ryan for
tne old directotsDip ot last sear on.
Mr. Rvan has saved the old director
ship from a very ngly legal squabble.
vvitu tne remittance Mr. Ky an for.
warded to Mrs. Uenke a spicy letter.
which touches up tbe old directorship
interestingly. It is stated that the
above sum, which should have been
promptly sent to Mrs. Henke, and
which nobody dreamed waa withheld,
was devoted to tbe paying of the sal
aries of certain new players who were
engaged during the latter part of last
Ho Use of 'Krectlnff tfonniumts tn
- Bead UerneM Bdlld Nrhools
To the Editors of the Appeal:
Okolona, Miss., March 8. I have
just been reading "Monumental In-
justice," and think, with Senator
Plumb, that there is no use to erect
monumen's lo the memory of our
dead horoc. A monument to the
memory of Grant, 1,'ncoln. Andrew
Jackson and ar.k Taylor would be
idle as a testimonial of the nation's
love and recani nr any of them.
Would not the memory of Washing
ton be as dear to every tnie American
without a monument m Prince Albert
and the great Nai oleon with all their
statues are to the Europeans? Let
history take the Place of moanmentji.
and there do justice to each and every
one, but save the nidnev for the li vine.
The need it more than tbe dead. Ho
you net think there would be
more logic in erecting churches
and schools for the poor and
unomnt children of the United
(States than in expending millions
and millions of dollars in monuments
Ior our dead 7 If the nation is anxious
for heroes and prosperity, let her fake
the millions of dollars that she has
for monuments and erect a school in
the city of Washington, the seat of
our intsllect, There procure the best
instructors toe union can a (lord.
Then send to each Siuta and take
a certain number of her poor.
Not as onr Stats institutions do, but
1 mean to take those , that are
not able to procure becks, food, nor
pay 11 board per ironth, ai children
of your adoption. Tbe young gentle
men and ladies that would be turned
out of that school would be more
honor to the Union than all the
hionuments erected over the dead, bat
if a monument yon mast have, and a
monument you are going to have,
let us erect a grand one in the city of
Washington that would be an honor to
any nation in memory of all of our
heroes. That will make the coming
generation aspire to bave their names
placed on it too. And I think tbe
name of Marqsisde lafayeHs would
be entitled to a small space also.
M. D. 11.
A Card Prom t'nthbert, Vm.
This is to certify that I used Dr. Mozley'i
Lemon Elixir ior nenralria of th. head and
eyes with tbe most marked benefit to my
funeral health. I would gladly have paid
Va) for the relief !t has given me at a oost oi
t-ortJ. 11. A. UK ALL,
Clerk Sup. Court, Randolph Co.
Lemon Hot Drops
Cures all Contrhs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sn-e
Throat, Bronebitis, Pneumonia and all
Throat and Lung Hi-eases, except Consumii
nun, wuicn aise re it pauiaies ana greauy
relieves. Price If' cenL.
Lemon K inrsnd Lemon Hot Drops sold
by all leading druxaist. Piepared by II.
Moiicy, M.D., AU iota, tin,
The Building; Taxed to Its Fallest
Capacltj-ReaioTlng Lunatics
Ihe Work lloase.
The "demand for admi-eion to tha
,au ucuiuiu lor aiimi-winn to
Fonr-Honse is becoming fumidafa
said Chairman Welborne, of
liiard of Commissioner vaator.l.v
"We now have abaut S:W inmatss, an
increase of more than 100 since the
new building wa opened about three
years ago. It I ha granted permits
in all cases this winter, I mean that of
real deetitntion only, the number
would have been, perhaps, fifty more
than it is. Dr. Dunraa told me yet
terday that he positively could not re
ceive any more old men. The quar
ter allotted to them ia already over
crowded. It seems to me that the
friends and relations of all the ante-
deluvians in the county are deserting
them. They to to the Pior.Honaa t.i
die. There are a number in the insti
tution who could and would be die
charged except for tha weather.
They would die from hunger
and exposure if turned out
now. But the spring will soon open
up and the number tf inmate will
decrease very rapidly. We will be re
lieved toatngrit extent soon bvlhe
opening cf the East Tenneesee Insane
Asylum. Mielbv coulIv ia entitled to
send twenty-two inmates to the asylum
a: xvasnvnie, uut there has been no
vacancy lor a long time. Home room
ia made by the opening of the new
asylum, and we will send nine in a
lew days. We have about eiehtv now.
including epileptics. Only tbe more
violent and obstinate subjects will be
"Is there an increase at the Work-
Home as well?"
Indeed, there is. The number haa
increased to sixty-two fiom thirty-eix
at unristmas. me emente oi keen
ing them bits been cut down consider
ably and tbey will do a great deal
of work oa tne country roitis this
spring and summer." The alms
house, atylum and work-house ques
tions are rapidly assuming: a f jrmid-
able shape in Shelby county, due tn
tbe growth in the county teat, of
course, the tide of wealth, commerce
and population which pours
In bringing with it the usual
scum. When a few progressiva
members ot the court, with Justice
Col-man at their head, first began the
movement 'in favor t,f buildinir a new
asylum of increased canacily, tiny
encountered the most violent "opposi
tion from the old-fogy members who
thought it would be half a century be-
iore tne county would need to urn-
vide accommodu'.ions for 200 poor and
and insane, and who obiected to a
$:i0,000 building because tiiey lived in
Regarding (he removal of East Ten
nessee s iuBane to the new asylum at
Knoxville, of which mention la made
above, the Chattanooga Timrt nays:
"Dr. (J. C. Fite. assistant superintend-
ent of the Knit Tennessee lnrane Asy
lum, was in inn city last n slit en
route to Nashville, where he &ons to
arrange for the transfer of the Kitt
lennessse insane to the new anvliim.
He states that the removal will take
place next week, but just what dav ia
nor. known. The ninety nine patients
will be placed in two crnohea in
charge of keepers and guards. The
train will leavo Nashville about 7
o'clock a.m., and will not stop, except
ior water, until Chattanooga is reach, d .
Here the engines will be changed and
the train will proceed to Knoxville.
arriving there about 5 o'clock p.m.
wo one will be allowed to enter the
coaches after the tiain leaves Nash
ville, and the authorities antici pats no
trouble in making tbe tram far. No
other patients will be received st the
asylum until it is entirely completed,
which will be about April 1st.
The Aannal rtlntT to Be Held In
Hentnbls, April Bib.
The fifty-third annual meetinir of
tbe Medical Society of the Ntate of
Tenneesee will be held in Memphis,
commencing Tuesday, April 0, lrtstl.
Tbe meeting is expected to be one of
the most interesting in the history of
the society, as a number of able vol
ULtser papers have been prepared by
the members.
Dr. D. D. Baundeia of MemDhis. ia
chairman of tbe Committee of Ar
rangements, and all communications
in regard to the meetincr should ha
addresa'd ta him.
Membeis wbo cannot attend tho
nieoting can retain their membership.
and receive a cooy of tbe transactions
by forwarding i I to the treasurer.
Members or delineates who desire to
reach Memphis over the Louisville
and Nashville system, should purchase
regular iicaeis to aiemnhis. and pro
cure from the ticket agent, when thtse
tickets are purchased, a ceititicate to
this effect, which should be filled up
by the secretary cf the meetina to
bIiow that the person named was in
attendance and entitled to special
rate, and upon presentation of same
to the agent at Memphis, he will sell
return tickets at one-third fare.
The hast Tennessee. Vbcinlu and
Georgia and the Memphis and Charles
ton will sell tickets to Memphis at
,1 cents per mile, issuing to each pur
chaser a certificate, which, if proneriv
signed by the secretary of the society
and presented to the ticket agent at
Memphie, he will sell a return ticket
at 1 cent per mile. Tickets to be rold
3d, 4tb, 6th and tith of April, and re
turn tickets to be sold 7th, 8th, mh
aad 10th.
Tickets shall alwavs be uuichtMad
during the business hours of tbe day.
Tbe t'oat In Bbelbr t'onnly Itnrlsa
Ihe Past Tear.
Tint following ia the cost of criminal
prosecutions in Shelby county (the
rift ecu th Judicial District) during the
past year :
Fee of Clnkt niul (Hlur Officer (in
diulitig 'itnei Fee. Mem phis, $12,
7f6 5i; Itortltitt, 1 HI. Total, fi:t,
707 72.
Itiniriel AlUirneii Ciuernl. Mi'ioohix.
f:il.r 50; Itattlett, $203. ToUil.
1 11718 50.
Jail Hett. Menioliw. f407ti (10:
Itartlett, $:J81 TO. Total, f 1401 20.
Boarding Juror. MemnhiH. $721):
Hnrtlelt, fft. Total, $HI!.
(irand TM.-Tota. IRRTi-Mem.
ihis, $21,117 M; Itartlett, $15H8 70;
total, 22,:0(i 42. Total. 1884 Mem
phis) $10,08!) (14; Hartletl, H235.S l.r,;
total, $21,448 00. Increase over prtv
vioim year, f 1258 33.
And it stimulates and nromotaa tha
growth ol the hair.
Burnett 'a Flavoring KxtraiJa era l,a
With teir-Mearin Cards, sent by toai! on application. Ton ean have a rew set of thirti
made b sending u. an old one to maaaure by. WRITS rOli OUR PRICKS.
;ii:i;"".v rTxr) 221 second st.
Memphis Steam Laundry,
W have the Latest Improved Troy Laundry Company's Machinery.
COLL Alts, C I FF8 iincl NIIIBTM I.anndried Equal ( Xew.
Tilt: Illtl.l.V MPKISiJ KOUIM I l
t'OII tiO.OUO.
Tbe Working of Ibat Nrtr Konlhrrn
Pool-Talk Abant Two New
Two suits for damages for $10 000
each were entered in tne Circuit Court
yettwday against the Memphis, Bruns
wick and Alhatio railroad. Mary In
grain enters one suit and Frauk aad
Mary Cameron the other. They are
all colored people, and claim that they
were put oil' the train in the rain
Thursday night because they did not
have tickets and declined to pay a
greater amount in money than the
ticket fare. The conductor, of course,
nau no option.
t'omanlaaloneir Oartra,
Commisaioner Ogden said, in a re
pent convemt'inn with Joint Agent
ittpew, m .-1 louis, mat tne new
pool was working very smoothly, nnd,
it win his opinion, would accomplish
the purposes for which it was formed.
Discussion of the wooden ware ques
tion, relative to the abolishing ol car
load rales and the adoption of pound
tates by the Southern Railway and
Hieginsliip Company, in which the
Southern pool is an important factor,
came up, and the statement that dis
criminations were being made a.airst
St. Louis shippers was denied. The
rata from Cincinruti to Nashville is
not 18 cents, but :)!) cents ; nut of that
mines II cents bridge, till between
Cincinnati and Newport, leaving lit)
cents (jr a S'.i.Vmii haul. From St.
Louis lo Nashville the rate is AH
rent', out of which must be de
ducted 10 cents fir transfer across the
St. Louis brldire and three cenla Ior
bridge toll between Kvanevllle and
Henderson, 35 cents for a haul of Kill
miles as apninst ltd cents for a 20)-mile
haul out of Cincinnati. The discrim
ination is not, it is claimed, practiced
by the r aili cud company, but the
bridge arbitrary makes what ia claimed
to be an excessive lute. Mr. Ogtlen
was not pt epaied to enter into a gen
eral diffusion of Southern pool mat
ters, as he is only fairly inducted into
otlioe, and has a large amount of pre
liminary won 10 dispose 01,
Nairlif a, Red Klver and Tea as.
The Natcbei Democrat of the 10th
says: We undent and that the
Natchez, lisd Rivernnd Texas railroad
haa been completed from Vidalia to
Black river, a diatance of twenty-eight
miles, and as scon as the necessary
rolling stock is received.it will be
placed in the fullest operation. The
directory of the company aad several
invited guetts will ga out over the
line this morning on a tour of inspec
tion, and the result of their observa
tion will no dybt be of interest to
mauycf our citixsns wbo think that
this road is destined to contribnte so
much to the future prosperity of
A New Prejert.
The constitution of a road from
Corinth, Miss., tj Birmingham, Ala ,
is under advisement. Thin route
would make the Memphis and Charles
ton railroad as short to Birmingham
as tlieone projected.
Aaenrlnto Kallroads.
L01 isvii.i.E, Kv., March l'.'. The
Beard of Contiol Associated Roads of
Kentucky, Alabama and Tennessee
met here to day. President Smith of
the Louisville and Nashville toid,
acted 111 chairman. The other mem
bers present were J. W. Thomas of
Nashville, president nf the Nashville,
Chattanooga and St. Louis: Frank S.
Bond of Cincinnati, president of the
(Jueen and Crescent (Cincinnati
Southern); J, M. Alcolt of Mobile,
vise-president and general manager of
tbe Mobile and Ohio, and Henry Fink
ef Knoxville, receiver of the Fast Ten
nessee Virginia and Georgia; Com
missioner James K. Ogden, and John
C. Gault of Cincinnati, general man
ager of the Cincinnati Southern. The
sessions are secret, but it is said many
important contested subjects will be
brought np. Several of there prob
ably relate to the matter of percent
ages and the final formation 0! a pool
from what Is now said to be merely
an agreement to tmataiu ratei. The
board meets again to-morrow.
To all who are sufforlng from tbe errors and
indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
esrly deoay, lost of manhood, etc., I will
aend a recipe that will curs you, FREE 0V
CHARGE. This great remedy was discover
ed by a missionary In South A merica. Send
elf-addressed envelops to the Rev.J.itBm
T. Inmar, Station V, iT.w fork
In case of siek headache, biliousness, tor
pldliver, dyspepsia and cottiveness, "Da.
C. MoL.nb's Crlkmbatxd Livxa Pills"
never fall to give relief, for both sexes and
agesi they are prompt with regard to even
the most delicate constitutions. None genu
ine without the signature nf " Fleming
Brut., Pittsburgh, Pa "
CLi.Kroigt, Am.
Mbrbrb. Flkmiso Bhoh. :
Diii Bias I have used your Dr. C. Mo
Lane's Liver Pills for a great many years,
and find them the best p'.lls I ean get hold
of. I use them as a preventive of sick and
nervous headache. Tbey are the but reme
dy I can get. I remain at ever, yours, etc.,
a. ii. McDonald.
SVOID f Ol'lt l KFCITttl
Send us 25 cents, and we will send you by
return mail a box of the genuine Dr. C. lio
Lana's Celebrated Liver Pills and eight
handsome eards. Over Ifty million boxes
have been used by tbe people 0f the U. S.
What better eertlSeate eould they hare?
FLEMINO BKQ3 Pitttbarg. pa.
taTBwainuu an org
" W.rfo Areoy certify l.il trr n.p-1 IA.
arrnnfrmwmU for all A AfonlAJy d t(ir
lnv IMnnssi ot (A. louinan Hint LMtrw
l o.)xii,, and in ptrmt manng and atmlrol
IA. i.'rin.. UnuWrn, and Mul IA. kim
r. eomlvcud tetl. Aoanly, ntnwat and to
.ra. mua mioini aa f nmat, ant w. anlSn
la. (liiMriaay te m lAie rUuaat, Mil .
nnilat 0 a, sWaoiarat sUmM, m ad
rtinai,." Vonanalaaloaera.
Wr, I. sanVntjaot, Ana, and Inlm,
anil pay all frttrt dram n Tkm Lonuianm
otatt Lolitrin irica 6. nr.isaiid at owr
J. II.OULKSIIT.Pres. I.a. Ial-1 Hank.
". H. KEN NKDT. Pr.NtateKts.il Ilk
A. BALDWIN, Pros. H. O. Hat. Bk
Over Haifa Million Distributed.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
incorporated In W for twenty-tve years
by ihe becteiuture for Kduoatlonal and
C'naritabI nurioitet with a oapital of l,.
iKsi.miti to wbli-h a reserve fund ol overlYH),
UUO has ainoe been added.
By an overwhelming popular vole Its
franchise wa made a part of the present. Stale
Oonstltutloi., adopted December id, A. I).
lla Urasil Nlusxlo Nnntbor Draw.
Inaaolll lake place monthly, ta-mr
srnlsa ar n,Mtpoar. Look at the following
Distribution :
Extraordinary (aarterly Drawing-'
In the Ai'ademy of Miisie, New Orleans,
TiU'Mlny, Hareh In, INsin
Under the pers.nnl supervision and man-'
aaement or
Uen.M.T. tifanraril.oM.niilsKina, anil
Ut-u.JiibfU A. Kaily.of Virginia.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
aerNOTK'H-Tti'kcts are Trn Itollnra
only. Ilulves. Fifths, .
Tenths, SI.
I Capital I'rite of JLMI.oiO !V,0l
1 (Irand l'riae of. Nl.OiK) M,im)
1 Orand Prise of. 1II),(I0 .. 20, UK)
2 Large Prises of. lo.tMtO 12n,lsl
4 Larue I'ri.ea of A.tNHI lai ism
31 Priaea of. l,l) tfl.uil
60 I'rlaea of. nun , as.imo
lis! Prises of. ,KI0 MMKt
ant) Prises of. am , lo.trno
rs) 'rises of. 1(N) ,0IK)
ltKJt) Prises of. 60 60,000
ArraiiiiNiTioa rsiihv
OO Approximation Prises of U"0... .0tl0
10) Approxi jiatlon Prises of 100... 10, is '
lis) Approximation Prises of 75... ,OU
!7) Prlaes, amounting to tr.2J,MJ0.
Anpltoatioa for ratal te elubs should bo
made only to tbe ofhoe of the Oompany la
New Orleans,
Kor further Information. write elearly,
glvlnt full addresa. PONTAI. MTKn, Ex
press Money Orders, or New York Exchange
In ordinary letter. Currency Ly Express (all
suuis of and upward at oar expense),
. . Haw Orleans La.
Or M. A. rtAI PIIIW,
Waahlsgles. t. V.,
or at Weal t'onrt Nl., Mesnpbla, Tenn)
Slake P. (). Money Orders payable
and address Kcirialercd Letters to
Nnw ttrlaona. I n.
Triisa WsiliiimIuhiv L'tiiiuui
yljK Mliiftlavn IVrftH-i U.-fam. r, worn iiiprhtor
Jjyy with.M-rl. iv.iofi.rt ( iin tllhffaiKttii. lr J.
-etiy hlmilll.ttl H V a till h. ,la ..... ti
. Tntffw
MAHStTI0ttAS.TU(SC0.3l2 N. ath at 81. Louis.
Nntlte Is Hereby (Jlreo,
THAT the annual meeting of the stock
holdirs of the (liesu pease, Ohio
anu nouinweainrn luunmii Company
lor tbe election of Diroctors and
such other husiness as uiay come before the
meeting, will be held at atts oAlca r tha
Ooiuoanv. In the citv of Mem i.lil. !,n.l1a,l l,a
Taxing Illstiict ol Hlielby t'ounty), Tenn.,
on the (till any of April, I1HH, at 12
o'clock noon of that day, and that the Tease
fram that Company to tha Newport News and
Mississippi Valley Company will be sub
mitted to the atookholda a (nr thai, annaant
thereto ami approval thereof. Transfer
books will be closed Irom Mareh &lh to
Anril i). 1R.W.
lly order of the President and Board of
Dlrectora. ISAAC K. WATKS, Hecretary.
Notice of IKssolulion.
rpiIE firm of R. E. LEE A CO., composed
-a. oi n. r. uee ana Jonn ne
eld, has thia
day been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr
sunn iveiu retiring irom tne onsiness.
business of snid Ann will be continued
unuer me same name or .tr. n. n. Lee.
who suooeeda to tbe same, and assumes all
liabilities and it authorised to collect all
debts due laid latt lirm.
Metnphls, Feb. 17, lMHll, K. K. J.KB.
HAS detoruilncd to give to Pupils and
HtudeiiU of Music, on and after Murcb.
1, 11, the same disoount cluitned by Teaeh
ers, vist
Licbert A Stark's Pinno Method, Bm.ks I
andi-aetil prine, Hi Toacbers' price, XI.
Richardson's aw Method for l'iinof irte
Retail price, .1Z?: Tra.ihera' iirice.tiiS.
Peters'. Kcleclia Piano Method detail
price, I I V,; reaohers' Priisa, i i.
Cramer'a Piano Studies, edited by Hans
von Bulow Retail prioe. II 60; Teachers'
price, 7.'e.
Nc Plus I'llra-Retait rri.-e, (I: Teaobere'
price, win.
Ta trllis Vecal ises, Book 1 it ota ii price,
II Mi Teacher p'i'-e, .5f.
All Foroign Editious at ONE THIRD OF?
regular prices.
All Sheet Musie 0KH-UALF 01'F marked
Mala St., Memphis, Toon ,
And U7 A'sis st., Little Rock. Ark.
Notice to Brickmakers.
QEAI.KD proposals will he
O liclivar, Hartlt-mnn count
received at
y, le n., un
til the -J of MARcil, IS.i, at 1
o'clock I
inr tne mixing oi
a.Oia,OuO lo 3.0 000 tf A n-W I DR
to be usd In the pTcetlnn of the West Ten
nessee Hi iiut for insane. A 'I brink are to
it niKlr ii;a burtt-d on ho.pifal gr-until
ne'f Uohynr. Jlv ai.plringto Au-lin Miller,
Bolivar, Tunn., bidders e n procure siecitU
eutiona aui all nee. srv inf rnt.tien.
Chalrmta of UuiUmi msuiit'ce,
Bolivar, Tuoa,

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