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CIIANOE OF TIME,
Monday, Ootober 28, 1872.
Trains will run as follows :
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New Orleans Mail, daily...!:! P.m. 2P
Express Train, daily 4::Wp.ui 8:50 a.
T..in ritiilV !-,'
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Winter Siliedulo, Oct. 27, 1872.
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daily lexcepl Sunday) 4:10 J.m
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c T n. K'ajk;ll I'nllttiiin lutliilte IUB-
iug-oarson all niKhl Irani, 'in. through ear
for St. Louis. Chicago and the Went will be
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; will l.n run nn th '2:ltlu.M. train.
Passengers Ly the J: III ii.m. train make loe
conneniiun at Humboldt tor all points on the
Mobile and Ohio aud MufiKsipl'i Central rail
roads. For ticket or information, apply at
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All warranted for Fivn Teari.
Pianos for Saltf ou Motlil Pajuiekte,
Old Piano? taken la exchange for new onei.
Together with the largest stock of
Sheet Music and MusioaJ Kercliaiidiae
Ever brought to the South. '
NOW IS TIIETIMK TO BUT
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will please send in their orders, as I can fill
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XOlf THOSE 10 HH MISTEE3S.
My dear and only love. I pray .
That little world ol the I
Be governed by no other away i
But purest monarchy; : . .
For if confusion have a part.
Which virtuous souls abhor,
I'll oall a synod in my heart,
And never love thee more.
As Alexander I will reign,
And I will reign aloue;
My thoughts did ever more disdain
A rival on my throne,
lie either fears his fate too much.
Or his deserts are small.
Who daros not put it to the touch,
( Ie gain or lose it all.
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And always give the law.
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And all to staud in awe :
But 'gainst mr batteries if I And
Thou storm and vex me sore, i
..' Anil if thou set me as a blind.
' 4 I II noyor love thee more. .
And in the empire oi tLy beart.
Where I should solely be.
If others do pretend a part
Or dare to share with me ;
Or committees if thou erect.
Or go on such a score,
I'll smiling mock at thy neglect.
And never love thee wore, ,
But if no faithless action stain
Thy love and constant word,
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And love thee more and more.
,nme. uVaAa, 4urutso JfunJrosf,
DEATH OF AN OLD-TIME ACTRESS
TJie rauoas) Mia O'W.lll.
The London Standard, of November
I, prititB tba sketch appended: J u this
axe of universal and unrestricted opm
ion. it savs. when a gap is uo sooner
created in the ranks of the army of
aspirants to fame than it; is filled up,
when the reputations which it has taken
long years of labor to achieve are forgot
ten in the short afternoon of a winter's
dnr. on'r those who keep themselves un
intermittently aud immediately under
the public eye can hope to be remem
bered when living, or to be missed when
dead. If. half a century ago, the intel
licence had been received in London
that the great Miss O'Neill, the famous
... T.1 L L-,lw ' -.!
atlircsa, nuuu. sauuJ ciniuuuj jutcu
whose delineation of "Un. Ualler,"
," Mrs. Beverley." and "Belvidera." bad
taken rank among the highest models of
dramatip imitation, was dead, then the
entire town vould have been distracted
with woe. . Each poet aud poetaster of
the period would nave set bimselt to sing
the praises of the great actress; each
critic would have turned panegyrist;
every saloon would bave resounded with
the praises of the personal beauty, the
moral axoaljences, the unrivalled histri
onic grace of Miss Q'VaiJh both cvnics
and men about town would have swelled
the chorus of admiration with their
tribute of sincere eulogy. Mere than
filty years have passed since Miss O'Neill
took her farewell of the English boards.
To the present generation of English
clav coers her very name must be an
unreality, or at best the dimmest of
theatriu&J traditions. A day or two
since the death pf Jyady Becher, relict
of Sir William Wrijton Becher, tas an
non need, and Lady Becher aud IJisa
O'Neill vara one and the sam person.
Long a0i Miss U'Jiejll had taken her
place among those heroines of the
drama of whom all that is left to as is
their memory and their name. In the
neighborhood in which the lived Lady
Becher was known to . the tenantry and
the poor about her by many an unobtru
sive act of endearing kindness. . The
great body f the public was hardly con
scious that at some remote epoch of the
century Miss O'Neill had divided the
attention of the play-going world with
Edmuud Kean, and had been pro
nounced by some judges as superior to
Mrs. Hiddoni. 'Miss O'Veill,' write.
Byron, in one of the notes to Marino
faliero, ' never saw, having made and
kept a determination to see nothing
which should divide or disturb my recol
lections of Siddons.' Such a career as
Miss O'Neill's actually was is, it
may be safely said, impossible in these
modern times, 'erviijly imaginative
novelists may resuscitate it with latter
day aocessories of scene and circum
stance, but we know all the while that
thpy are perpetratipg an anachronism.
Miss O Neill was positively only five
rears before the publio as an actress.
She came, she seen, she conquered. As
her departure from th stage was
on of unparalleled brilliancy, so
was the occasion of her first suet ess
oo the stnge accidental. A provincial
manager had eaeaged the services, for a
very special part, of a great metropoli
tan star. The metropolitan star was a
lady, aud a very few houra befor the
performance was announced to com
mence, the lady left the theater in a huff
and declined to play. At that moment
hfiss O'Neill was absolutely unknown.
But Miss O'Neill happened to bt oo the
MEMPHIS, TENN. :
spot. She was aaked at a moment's no
tice to fill the role of the recalcitrant
tragedienne. Sheaccepted the offer, aud
she brought down the house ia her per
formance. The next morning Miss
O'Neill found herself famous, and for
five years she reigned without a rival
whom she had need to fear. In pure
tragedy she was, indeed, utterly eclipsed
by Mrs. Siddons, but in pure pathos she
was unapproachable by Mrs. biddons
herself. Her reicu was too short for the
public, but it was long enough for her
fame. Her artistic career, from its com
mencement to its end. knew neither re
verse nor uncertainty. The blaze of
triumph which her first appearance be-
. i .1- i- i: i
lore an cngnsn auuience aiuuieu uvea
on steadily till the moment of her sud
den departure. The theatrical biography
of Miss O'Neill is absolutely unique in
the anuals of the stage, strange as are
the vicissitudes nnd brilliantly rapid
the alterations in which those annals
From the New York Express.
It' all very well to laugh at now it's
all over, but if you wish to know what a
pleasant effect being on the wrong side
the door has, at half past two in the
morning, lose your key and try it.
I arrived at my apartments (I live, ten
or twelve miles out of town) at half past
two Thursday morning, and looking up
smiling at my windows, I felt for my
key. ' ' "
It Those who carry latch keys can read
ily realize my sensations when I found
that I had left it in town. To wake the
inmates was a matter of disturbing the
whole neighborhood. I therefore de
termined (after waiting thirty minutes
for a policeman) to effect an entrance
by the staircase window.
I must mention that my house is one'
of a short row, in which there lived a
butcher, baker and chemist each of
whom keeps a dog or dogs, more or less
vicions, according to the amiabilities of
Having determined. to attempt the
great window feat, I went round to the
back of the house and looked over the
paling. Scarcely had I raised my head,
than " Boo-woo-woo!" went a dog with
whom I had some slight acquaintance.
I addressed it soothingly by its Chris
tian name, "Gip."
The sound of my voice set the remain
der of the dogs off, and in Ibsb than a
minute there was a row only equalled
by a pack in full cry.
; This naturally awoke some of the
nobler animals: uud one gentle female
with a shrieky voice put her head out of
the window and asked, in a hysterical
tone, who was there?. ,
Tbe-ever-ready answer. " Me," burst
forth, regardless of grammar.
"Where are the police?" continued
" Precisely what I have been asking
myself for the last thirty minute." au-
At this juncture I attempted a laugh
and nearly overbalanced myself, and, in
regaining my position, I kicked thepail-
ing.on which, i was seated, so vigorously
that oil went the dogs louder than b
fore and several more windows went up
At the chemist's uppeureJ something
that looked like Robinson ' Crusoe, ably
supported by La Somnamliula in a night
)' What' the matter?'' eenaiblj aaked
f Matterr" shrieked all the windows
together; but their explanation was lost
in the general bowl ot dogs.
" You shall hear of this in the morn'
ing," said one irrepressible female.
V It strikes me I am hearing of it
very ranch of it in the morning; you
mean later in the day. Lull to luucti, i
said I, " and let' have it out."
The windows went down with a has if.
and I went off the pailings with another,
falling within ayard ot a beautiful bull
mastiff, who showed me the uerfect or
der in which he kept his teeth; after a
satisfactory inspection thereof I de
scribed the circle around him, and
reached the washhquse. Que foot ou
the window-sill aud one hand on the
leaden spout, I prepared for the great
feat, but at this instant, owing to the
dog's violent efforts to strangle itself,
the staple holding the chain gave way,
and, without a word of apology, he
seized me by thaLportion of my clothes
unknown to angels.' I held on to the
spout, the dog held on to me. One de
risive laugh rang through -the air.
A lapse of several seconds, each of
which seemed an bUr.
Every moment i expected wouia oe
my last, when, .within reach, I saw a
broom handle; to seize it, and deal the
window a fearful blow, was the work of
an instant. Horror! the spout is giving
way. ' A second fearful blow proved
more fortunate I broke the wash-house
window; one more, and I landed the
stick on his nose, in a way that sounded
like cracking an egg-shell.
A dreadful bowl lollowed; he let go.
Window again up general howling,
snouting, and a rally all round. During
the melee I disapneared in at the win
dow, and peeped round the blind; row
An interval ot five minutes. All
An interval or hve more minutes, a
policeman! composed, unrullled, digni
fied. m m s
Tba Bese af Bbsiraaj.
" Iasin the rose of Sharon, and the Lily of
We clin the following notice from th
New York Observer;
" i'ha rose of Sharon is one ot the
most exquisite flowers in shape and hue.
It blossoms are bell-shaped, of many
mingled hues and dye, and its history
is romantic in the highest. In the East,
throughout Syria, Judea and Arabia, it is
regarded with the protoundest reverence.
The leaves that encircle the round blos
som dry and close tight together when
the season of blossom is over, and the
stock withering completely l,"ay trom
the stem, the flower is blown away at
last from the bush on which it grew,
having dried up in the shape of a ball,
hich is carried by the snorts of the
breeze to great distances. In this way
is borne over the iandy waste and
deserts, until at last, touching some
moist place, it clings to the sail, where
immediately takes fresh root and
springs to life and beauty again. For
this very reason the Orientals have
adopted it as the emblem of the resur
rection. The dried tlower is placed by
theJudeans in a vase of water beside
the beJs of the sick, and if it expands
by moisture, the omen is considered
favorable. If it does not, the worst at
all times is feared.
Fill DAY EVENING.
Memphis Architectural Iron Works.!
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MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF ;
IRON WORK FOR BUILPIN.OS.iRilJE
Colunius. Sills. Llutels.firaflnirs.etc.. .,-. r t .
9 ' 1 7 "
Iron Fences, Railings, Balconies and Yeraudus
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS.
Steam Engines, Shapings, Pulley, Coupling, Uaupe r, etc.
aw Iron Work for Brooks, Banks, I'tley, Lynch, Cheek, Speerssnd other COTTOX PRESSES.
Horse Powers, Segments and Running Gear of all klndi.-Sa t
WOItKS CORNER OF LAUDERDALE AND' COURT STREETS.
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Opposite Peabody Hotel, - - Ueinpliig, Tenn.
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
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Role A e;ess t a far tba Celebrated 1
BUCK'S BRILLIANT COOKING STOVE,
WUICH STANDS WITHOUT AN EQUAL.
ear Alao, Aajessl. for O. II,
lucu'a Patent Wrata.
No. 306 Main Street,
FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE.
TOYS! TOYS! TOYS!
Willow and Fancy China Ware !
T. W. JOHNSTON &
IVo. niO Main Street,
OPPOSITE PEABODY HOTEL,
WE OFFER TO
VERY CLOSE FIGURES
milE LARGEST, MOST VARIED AnD COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF THESE GOODS
X erer before bronsht to this market.
Our stock of BASKETS, in every style and
thins, in mechanical and other toys, Children's
We respeotfully eolleit an examination of
The fourth and last call is due
this day. All the stock it bow dae, the bulld-
n is nearly completed and prompt payments
must be made. Call at once.
ED. BURKE PICKETT, Sec'y.
1M No. .TpflT.nYt .tr(Mt.
Notice to Lawj-ers.
TE HAVE FR SALE AT THE LEIHIER
IT office blank notices to take depositions,
and printed instrnciiiuta to the officer taking
the same; also blank captions aud certifi
Jiiaua PiTTKasOTC, Tbos. C. Lows,
lateot Flu ranee, Ala. I late of Bulirar, Teaa.
PATTERSON & LOWE,
Attorneys - at-Law,
AO. 2i MAUISOX 8T.,
MEMPUIS. - - TENNESSEE.
NOVEM BER 211, 1872.
WIRE AND TINNERS' STACK.
Maatel and Urata ('ouipauy aael W.mI
THE TRADE AT
she, la wast eouulete ; and the Terr newest
Wheeled Moods and Fancy China Ware, have
er stock and a share ef your trade.
W. JOIIXSTON fc CO.,
"STAR OF ITALY " SALOON,
Opp. Hie, and Tenn. Depat.
CCRISTOFAXI KEEPS THE REST
. winea, liquors, cirars, tobacco, eta. t reek
oysters received daily and served up to cus
tomer. In everr .tvle M-
NO PAPER IN MKMPHIS 18 A BETTER
advertising medium than the W nl.ra
M.lhoill.t, it having witbia th. limits of
wiich Memphis is the commercial enter a
Tery Tarr. circulation. This eaa be kaewa
and read of all who may heeem. iataresud.
Jndicious advertising will far. Oar oSc is
17S Main street, ap stairs, ia same building
with Boyl. A Cbapmaa. .
m. B. w. Tir rw co.
Batchelor'g Hair Dye.
This nlendid Hair Dye is the4VirtwrM.
The only true and perfect dye. Harmless, re
liable and instantaneous: m disappointment;
no ridiculous tints or unplca.ant odor. Rem
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Produce. iumsoi.iii.t a superb BLirauaxtT
fbal sanwa, and leaves the hair OLSa V Soft
xno BF.l Tlfl L. The genuine signed W. A.
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61-.od-xvi-6a Proprietor, N. T.
I Tim TV flW A fifl I i-
III. UXlfkll Ud uv, I I
Choice Groceries, Teas,
2 S ",.
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WE SEIX TO HERCH ANTS'iOIILY.
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DR Y GOODS,
Notions, White Goods, Hosiery,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
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And 75 and 77 Worth Street, New York City.
WE MAKE DRESS OO0D9 A SPECIALTY, HAVING JUST OPENED. MEBCHANI3
will here find a Complete. New, and one of tb. Largest Stocks erer exhibited in
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LIFE INSURANCE CO
of mciraoxD, VA.
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DIVIDENDS DECLARED ANNUALLY.
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