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(Successor to
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
No. 88 MADISON STREET,
Is in receipt of a larger,
leeled slock ofCASSIMEBES.WORSTEDS. SIITI(.
and OVEECOlllSfciS, (all
lions.) than was ever shown
stock comprises ine cuoicest
and most durable gooas in gentlemen's wear.
j- Samples and Prices
who have left measures.
AUCTION SALES.
UOK.SE AM BUGGY AT AUCTION.
One Top Butty, Good Horsa and New Bar
neia at No. 417 Main Street,
ftatarday, Hepteniber 11, 1886,
At 10 O'olock A.M.
A. M. STODDARD, Auctioneer.
LOST.
LADY'S BREAST PIN-Wlth amethy.t
et. Liberal reward 'or it return to C.
M. Beattla, at B. Lfiwemtnin A Bros.
ON THURSDAY NIUHT-From the (arm
of Anthony Netherland, Hernando road.
A LEMON AND WHITE BETTER BITCH.
Had on a collar with the name "Thomaa
Gregory" on it. The finder will be liberally
rewarded on returning- her to office of
W B. HATES. Kpmt street.
ron sale.
-rrilN Lrt of tin, suitardofor ri-oflng. Alro
X a large ice box. At Qabay's, 4ii) chelby.
IpLEGANT SUBURBAN HOME-Two-u
itory brick house, large shad y ground!
of nhout eight susceptible of being
subdivided and told off in lots.
1-15 ACRttS, 2i milea southeast of eity on
paved road: orcek running through the
plae; would make a fine stock or dairy
Itt'tn.
DfcS!R ABLE LOT, with railroad iwitch
front of 127 leet; would be desirable loca
tion for Iinu:actnry or coal yard.
H. L tillOK, 19 JJadUonjitreet
RETAIL GROCERY Doing good busi
ness; reasons for seUinir riven. Apply
to P. MoCADDEN A DO.
BOARDINti HOUSE-Doing a good busi
ness, central y located: will sell cheap
on account ol bad health. M. C, this office.
OLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
(senate Building, occupied by B. Low-
enstein & Bros.'; must ba removed at once.
Apply to JOHN REID, Builder.
D
AIRY With house and Ave seres for
rent, with all convenience for dairying.
W. H. NKLWN. Bas aTenue.
NEAT COTTAOE-Of six rooms, and lot
200x14, 54 Dean venue. Inquire on
r premises
CHEAP-One second hand ROCKAWAY,
neariy as good as new, at lot Unit n at
DRUG S10RE-75 Charleston avenue; do
ing a first-class prescription and drug
'business. Good reasons for selling. Apply
' atKi Linden street.
ONE BED-K00M Sh'f,
One Dining-room Set,
One Kitchen Set.
with possession of houe at ance,
34 ST. MARTIN STREET.
PUPPIES-By "Gath'i Mark " out of
MoComb's "Katie." For price and ex
tended pedigree, address
THOS. OHGILL. Bonds, Tenn.
CEDAR VESCING POSTS-For sale by
W. R. LARKIN, Larklnsville, Ala.
BOILER-S0-H. P. toiler, tested to 160 lbs.
water pteisure. will sell ohean Apply
at . SPHKR'S GIN..
WOODL WN STOCK FARM- In the stud
one thoroughbred Running Uorsei fee
120. One Trotting Horse; fee, I0. One Jer
sey Bull : fee, $2.50 Fob Sali 30 Horses,
8 Milch Cows, 15 bead Butcher Cattle, Pea
cocks and Newfoundland Pupa. Horses on
pasture, to per month : Texas norses, 10e ner
Say. Telephone JOSEPH BUKNEY. 852. .
TTTHIGHT PlAtf 0 Good as new, cheap
U lor cash; or will exchange for board.
drlreM K .tS. Appeal office.
FOK BEST.
rpH
RE t ROOMS-At 111 Washington street
Re fe rences given and required.
HOUSE Corner Thornton and Alabama
streets, newly painted, in good repair;
ton rooms, cellar, two good oistorns, desire
able front and bnrk yards; on line of street
cars. James MoNamara. S3 Robeson St.
TWO NEW COTTAGES Four room", Nos.
214 and 216 Elliott street, near Desoto.
App'yto MRS. T. McNULTY.
TKEHoUSE and rooms above, No. 33
poplar Slteei-. tf. I. rarynrun a. vu.
OOM Front room, southern exposure,
R
auiteoio tor inreo. uo mmn
B
RICK HOUSE Two Store Krick House,
aod Hoasonoia r urnutire lur mh.
S07 ADAMS tT.
R
ESIDENCE-Eight rooms, at PS Market
street. Apply imi mnaoy ir.ci.
ROOMS One large front room, with small
room and large oloaet adjoining, unlur
nlshed, at 368 Vance street.
HOUSE No. 171 Vance street; nine rooms
and outhouses; large lot; apply to no.
lii Vance street.
ROOMS Pleasant furnished and unfur
nished rooms; business center; splen
did location, ttt Madison street.
ROOMS Two furnUhed or unfurnished
rooms at 40 Madison street.
DESIRABLE OFFICES In the new Cot
ton Exchange Building, single or. in
- suits, on very reasonable terras. Building
heated thoroughly by steam. Elevator run
ning from b'sement to attic. Apply to
R
i . -y r . r- n T jj. v..u I - ,
Apply a' 331 Vance street.
;Kn0t"B"EATON.i2 Madison st.
'.s. nutrMrvrUD .4 Duma
R
OOM Nicely furnished front room, good
locality, at or, your, .kpbi
E
iLEGANTI newly furnished rooms, bath
l room, etc. Inquire at 116 Court street.
, -"tOTTAOE No. 422 Court street extended.
X appiyiuiqi'ia'iiiMw'
STOREHOUSK Oocupled by Degnan &
Co., No. 2u7 Main street, " Lee Block."
Inquire at No. 4 Madi.onytreel
KESIDENCE From Oct. 1st, elegant brick
residenoe. No. 10K Washington it. For
terms apply to So. 716 Main street.
STOREHOUSES The three new firct-class
Storehouses on Shelby street, next north
of tbe Gayoso Hotel. Terms reasonable.
Apply to :CARKINGTON MASON,
m Madison street.
ONE 10-ACRE LOT Situated on Kerr av
enues good house, six looms,- stable,
'fine cistern, and well fenced Call at
nne oiaiern.a r SLOAN'S, 221 Main t. .
HOTEL-The Stonewall Hotel and Rail
rond Eating House at Grand Junction,
lean. Apply to J. S Day. Kecetver. Nos.
irtt) and Mi Front street, MemphiarTenn.
yossession given iininoummir.
NO. Iri6 MAIN STREET Opposite the
Court House. Having a front on Ma n
end rue on Poplar street renders this proii--erty
very nVirable. Call on
JAME'i LEE. J.. No 4 Madison st.
TXOIISKH On and near Walker avenge.
XI on Elmwood street oar line, fro-u the
1st September, several houses, Irom two tn
eight rooms, in gtod repair. Apnlyat 30
V n iop -'reet. JUS, bfcuw .
C HOIOR OFFICES On Fecond stoT, oc
cupied for many years by Dr J. W. Nel
on. Dentist, rorncr Union and Main streets.
Also, suitable SLEEPING ROOMS above.
Apply at .Hi Inion stroot. JOS. LENOW.
-rWiTWP.I.R ROOMS Suitable for liaht
XJ housekeeping, Ncojr. Sec'ndand Market
QTOREHOUSK From I t Seplembsr, one
U four-story iuniu s'reet ernrcnoure.
V. lour .w., f w H0Ytjl EH A Cf)
LAR'iB STORK Fir.t floor and cellar,
with sido and rear entrances, Nos. 3C3
and 4)f Main street, fosaession uctooer i.
or sooner, il required.
iim... onit stnrn-ronms. No. 2A2 Second st
Rooms for light housekeeping, No. 376 Pop
lar street, over drug sice, ai piy to
(SNGWDKN or J. L. GOODLOE,
3S Madison street,
rpKONT AND REAR OFFICK-274 Front
X1 street; eoiion-roum uu vuni ru
moderate. fP'py, McGOWANACQ,
HOUSE No. H2 Robinson street. Grooms,
in food tepalr, ood cistern water.
iM I K Kr ol fcMJt oiu oerowq r.
TFICKa The desirable Iront offices on
second floor ot M aau'ronirev, yijoin
lnr Lotton cxenanae. i.ii.. .vm. . v.
CPXJRNI8HED ROOMS-AtM Monro it.,
9 am iqaart rom r vm
7
MI RRAT at RIDGKLY, i
more varied and Letter .
this season's imnnrfa,
in this market. Tim
designs, finest textures
on application to those
AXXOlNCEMESr.
TO THE DEMOCRATS OF TUB TENTH
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT-In re-
61 y to an article which appeared in the
lemphia Avalanche en the 20ih of August,
criticising :my attitude in respect to the
Congressional sanvass, I published a eard in
which I substantially stated in answer to
the solicitation of friends that I was not a
candidate for Congress, and that I would not
embarrass my friends nor obtrude myself
on the ocuncils of the Democratic party, but
would make the canvass if I believed the
wish wis general (or me to do so. Since
then I have been very generally requested
from ail parts of the district to beoome ft
eandidate, and 1, tnerefore, annoance my
oaniidacy, subject to tbe action ot the Dem
ocratic Convention.
iOSIAIT PATTERSON.
I'KUSONAL.
OISTERNS-Iinilt and repaired and war
ranted. Invontor or the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and hriok
'aver. Telephone THOS. CUBB1NS.
for saue. it.yr oit "excuse.
A GRAND NEW STOPEIIOUSE-At Sur
rounded Bill, Arkansas, the best cotton
region in that State, eixh'y-fire miles from
Memphis and fil'iv mi es from Little Rock,
on the M. and L. R. R. R. Apply to
No. 11 ADAMS ST., Memphis Tenn.
Alan. Mvrr.l Kt,.nlr Hin.li.i in I4rund
Prairie, Arkania.
STKAVEI).
HORSE-Frnml26Beaie street, on Satur
day, Augual .lith, a light sorrel horse,
white in lace. A liberal reward for his re
turn tn MRS. P. it A ACK, I2S Peale.
TAKEN CP.
MARE AND COLT-Mare had saddle on;
owner ean have .ama hv nrnvinv Dron-
irty 4Ld I paying charges.
J. vac in ii im hi. on trenwvnnT wve.
ROOMS AM) BOARD.
ELIGIBLE ROOMS With superior board,
two blocks Irom Gayosn Hotel. 4f3 Shelby
OOMS-With board,
81 ADAMS ST.
DESIRABLE Rooms, turnished or unlur
niHbed. single or in suite, with board, at
72 Madison street.
NICE ROOMS-With or without board.
133 ADAMS HI.
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, single or en
suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
without board ; otber rooms, 104:1U6 Courtst.
R6KS-With or without board; termi
reasonable. 140 MADlSON ST.
ROOMS One large front room with bal
cony and one large back room with
larg dressing-room, aod tthert as good as
can be found in the oity. TOTQ5J
Ft OOM Furnished room, with or without
V hoard, at 11H t'onrt street.
W AS I El).
POSITION A first class office man wants
position: cotton office preferred ; good
nforences. Addr sa L.. 5 .Madison St.
IMMEDIATELY Purchaser for atore fix
tures, including shelves, counters, show
cases, etc.; oan be seen at No 280 Seoond
street. Apply at No. SO Beale St.
w
mm cook-
At 16 Linden street.
A MAN To take, an office and repreaent a
manufacturer: S50 ler week: small
cupital required Address, with stamp.
box (o, n est Acton, msaa.
A
YOUNG MAN Of some experience
.Hl,ln(,i.liiii Anmmiiiinn for ai anh-
atanttat grocery nouse.
Address A. P.. this office.
M.TUATI0S By ft young man, colored,
Address T. A., this office.
B
'OY An experienced press boy.
Al IV n esi uuurb oirvei..
SITUATION By a man with nine yeara
experience in cotton; oan give the best
ol reference. Address .... , .
u. ju., tnn omce.
A1
N A No. 1 Druggist wishes a permanent
.itii.finn in Atther wholn.ale or retail
drug store. Am married and ot steady hab
its; apeak English nod German, and have
first cla.s references. Ad Diuggist, this office,
NURSE A roliable white nurse to take
care ot children; liberal wages will be
paid; references required.
Apply at 36 Union street.
U EVERYBODY To call and see thecele
Hi b ated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
GOAT AND PANTS MAKER-Steady em
tilovment the year round. Apply to
T. Mjirphy. Jackson, Tenn.
BOY An Intelligent office boy, from 16 to
17 years old, who can come well recoin-
mendea. Apply at Itsi fluams street.
TEAMS Ten douhle teams. Apply to
JOHN REID, Builder. .
BUTCHER One general slaughterhouse
butcher. Apply at once at
11 ADAMS STKKEX,
Memphis Wholesale Meat Co.
POSIT ON As Cashier and Bookkeepe-t
have had '5 years' experience, and can
furnish beat of references or give bond. Ad
dress N.. Appeal office.
s
EKVANT A good dining-r .om servant,
male or female- Apply at
80 COURT STREET
SITUATION AS COOK-
O Apply at 220 Second street.
flv tiOKooV 3 ,
X Nine hundred dollars, on good real es
tate. Address B. J., this office.
SALKSMKM In every State in the U' ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
SracULTiia thatare popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handlod alone or in connection
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
PRIOF MANUFG. CO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
LjVERYUODY To call and see the eele
Cj brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near poplar,
1 I W ( LBS. FHATUERS Hishest cash
nnea paid by UABAY, Memphis
IJ1 VLni POUl xt lv..w- J. u . . a .....
JJJ FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
t ,lll.lviii.nv nut L'VIIW Tk.t 1 will
next thirty day. lor i SOX,
243 Mnjreet
LD GOLD 4 SILVKK-ior cash or ex
ehanre MITIiFOHD. Jewa ev. 2"4 Ma'n
!'JUarketStr.i't,
'V.l rhird and Fourll.,
. n-tolitl, aliicaisl ml w.Ur iuuSM eo..iM i -A
. . .i. ..Ui will orov.
Cnrea IJ
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the mult "f wlt i it T"" "'''".
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Mrioittfwl, Ner.ou.nHii Seminil Kinloloa . '
nom br Jrtm, lllino-.' ot Ulht. Dtcil. U.a . . . !.f
tc.lllori., l'iui,W,.n la iil.tti"Huom7 :.
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OtlEET. UtrMMte Sreallfc. Jstaa.
II.. .n4 utlier prlr.l dlNaw-. ulrfcl; CUW .
It It Mf-evM.ot thai .h. lcln who (? n.ll.l M
. "r..ln ol.. of .liK.vi Dl Ireillnl Ui-ui.n taaL
uir W'iir grrt kill Pbr.':'"1" SnoflniUi'. tv.
v.-un.lu4Ui pcrtooi In mT ear- lw U "a 'rvrTwu't . ir
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4 ..rtlf b tunll .ippw. .nj.b .
Cnvoa Guarantied 't. auX C!
aTttlertakon.
r;.a.ull.llTO, fj.rwtt..lr 'y. ) 101 .?
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f?RlVATt COUNSELOR
jf All oifM, rot to .nj lt-M i totp.irv
MMniH f 1 J. il)iw, f 'vi-l
avt..r.ti- n .. t.r
Koch's Put. St ore
aHlIKLVIXO InHdjuiUhle to mt any net
no ka.a.ea... It tm - k . I s.ea t h a ft (lid Ht V 6. I ft II
be put up b? ny one.
muirf muu hook nuri. auuioh
KfCII A. Is. C'O Mrn,
SI MAIH ST.. PEORIA, ILL.. or
Hlmmane Hardware Co., St. Louis, Mo.
7
OR. RiCE,
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY,
ilMUfl I1IS WAY WEST
PRESIDENT HADDEN HEARD
FROM AT
Kansas Cltj He 1 ells About the Best
Xanag-ed and Most Ecomlcul
Gorerniuent.
Wherever Ptesident Hidden may
happen to be the newspaper reporters
gravita'e toward him as naturally as
needle to magnet, lis etopnea in
Kansas City a few hours the oiher day
on his way to Salt Lake, and report
er oi the Star, of that city, who ttckled
mm. gives I lie following arconnt ol
the interview:
"The chance of the city government
of Memphis," said Mr. HaddeD,"came
about as tbe result ol a combination of
circumstanefs. It was really forced
upon us as the only means that could
ba devised to relieve the city of treat
embarrassment, but what came of ne
cessity has proved so great a blessing
and advantage that no one desires to
go back to the old system. The situa
tion was just tbi: Five or six years
ago the city of Memphis was over
whelmed with debt. She owed over
$6,000,000, more tnan half of wbii'k
was the result ot an unfavorable de
cision ! elating to aeseesments upon
property owners for afreet improve
ments. The city bonds wore celling at
30 cents on tbe dollar, nod we were all
the time being subjected to mandamus
proceedings in toe Federal Couit,
wnicb il continued would have pre
vented all possibility of tbe city
reccvenrg is eredite. under
these . circums anc a we went to
the.Legislaturd and invoked its aid.
What we wanted was to keep out of
the power cf tbe Federal courts, so
that lorelgn bondholders could not in
voke lheir authority to compel imme
diate payment c f tbe bonds as they
fell due. And by tbe act of tbe Leg
islature we succeeded in accomplish
ing our objret to the extent at all
events of obtaining breathing time.
The city of Memphis has to all intents
and purposes passed out of existence;
and tbe government and control of its
affairs passed into the hands of an
other sot of ofliciaU created by an act
coneittuting the Taxing District of
rjnelby county, ot which Memphis
formed a part. These officials are
three Commissioners and a Board of
Public Works, consisting ol five mem
bers. Four new members are elected
every year by a popular vote of all the
residents of the Taxing District.
There are no wards and no divisions
of the district. The Commissioners
and tbe members of the Pub ic
Works Board go belofe the
entire constituency and the evils that
ariee from men being elected to repre
sent certain sections of a city are thus
avoided. We act as ollicers obtaining
all their authority Irom tbe State Leg
islature. We have no power to make
or remit taxes, nnr yet to incur debts.
The tax for the District is made by the
Stale Legislature on the basis of esti
mates agreed upon in tbe budget pre
pared at the beginning of each year,
tbe i resent tax being 30 cents each
for fire and police, 12 cents for light
im. 10 cents for publio schools, 10
cents for hcspilal, 75 cents for interest
on bond?, and tbe balance up to a to
tal of 32 25 on the $.00 for stieets,
sewerage, sanitary and other purposes.
As officers of the State we claim that
the principle of States' rights prevents
tbe Federal courts from mandamus
iog the members of the commiBS on,
but wben suits are brought againet us
we have tbui far prevented
that question being forced to
a decision, and before that
was reached a plan of comproraife has
always been discovered. Under this
arrangement we have ueen ai:e to re
duce the city debt from S'.OOO.OCO to
$3,125,000, and have settled on an
average of oO cents on the f l, which is
20 centB more than the holders of the
bonds gave for tbem ; and there has
been no at'.empt to dispute any honest
claim. Our bonds aie worth $1 05 on
the $1, and are at the rate of 4 and 6
per cent, interest. But tbe restoratloa
of tbe finances of Memphis has not
been all that baa been accnrap'Uhed,
not even the last part. In a com
mercial sense, Memphis ranks next I
believe to Kansas City in the growth
of ila businrss and tbe steady increase
of its baok clearings. It is the leador
of all tbe Southern clues. We have
also reached condition of absolute
cleanliness, so tbat we have no fear of
any return of pestilence or of the rav
ages of con'.aveous diseases. Our gar
bage eyitem is complete and perfect.
it costs t-JU,uoo a year, Dut no one
would think of crippling its efficiency.
We clean the streets and alleys ot ttie
city and rtmove all garbage and
liquid slops from private residences at
the publb expense. It is done under
the authority ol a iiiara ol lieaitn
consisting of the eminent physician
Dr. O B. Thornton as lis chairman, a
Health Officer, the Superin'endent of
Police, and the President of the T. x
Commission. For the removal of
lqu'd oflentive matter we have
sealed catts. and they are provided
with charcoal lamps which consume
everything in the shape of escaping
bad odors while they are pa'sing
through tbe streets. Then we have
the Waring or teparate system of sew
erage bv which every house is directly
connected with seweis which are
flushed foor times a day, bat are not
used for street drainage. At to tbe
garbage system, let me fay that we
have found it of marvelous advantage,
and it ia wonder to me tbat Kansas
City can be content to do without it."
How He Might Have Avoided Trouble
O d Mrs. Tiddlewlg's husband liked
his toddy, and the o'd lady was vio
lently oppoted to his bibulosity. The
o'her night Tiddlewig came in slightly
sober and bis wife proceeded to talk
to him:
"Now look here, Tiddlewig, you're
thinking egun and 1 just won t en'
dure it.''
"Wbv, my dear," he urged, "a li'tle
tiddy don't hurt me a particle. On
tbe contrary, it benefits me and make;
another man of me altogether."
''I know it dotH, Tiddlewig, and
that's why I object to It so strongly. I
nvght etand your getting drunk, but
when it makes another man of you
and still leaves me tbe wife of both t f
you, it makes me out a bigtmist, mil
I say right here. Tiddlewig, tbat I
diaw tbe iine at bigamy, and you've
get to quit."
If Tiddlewig had taken tbe pre
caution to us4 Ko-Ko Tula- bis wife
would never have snepected him.
ON 'CHANGE.
Closing prices of October options
at Ohirago yesterday: for, JIU oJJ
lard, tH 57); clear rib eidts, $7 07,
wheat, 77a; coin, 411c; oats, 20jc.
Visitors on 'Change yesterday : L,
Hexter, Greenville. Mies. : W. K. Als
ton, ThomsBtown, La.; Emmet
Ho ghee, Miss. ; K. E. Chew, La.; It.
C. McUarley and 11. B. Betlml, pes
Arc, Ark.; V. Uaibreatb, New Ur
leans; N. E. Hughes, Vickslmrg, Miss. ;
X. Goldstein, Greenville.
Tm coltou crop 18S5-SG foots up
6,575,091 bales according to the official
report of the National Cotton ex
change. The prediction of the Na
tional Cotton Exchange last November
pointed to crop of 6,0)0.265. This is
good guessing, and taken in connec
tion with last yar'e prediction, indi
cates that the National Cotton Ex
change system cf forecasting the crop
is as near perfect as may be. For No
vember 1884 it predic'eJ a crop of
5,726,157 bales, and the crop aggregated
5,7i(i,165 bales, cot quite 20.003 bales
leas than tbe number predicted.
These two accurate estimates follow
ing each othrr will invest the future
preditioni of National Cotton Ex
change with great weight.
THE TINNERS' STRIKE
on accoi'nt of osm or the
ARBITBAKY BULKS
Adopted by the Contraction, Wblcb
They Tblak Entirely Too .
lliisnlliallasr. '
The tinners employed on out of
door work ttruck yesterday and re
fueed to go back to woik nntil an ob
noxious bylaw adopted by the con
tractors a short time ago Is repealed.
There are Btty-two 1 1 the mtm in tie
city and they are all members of a
union which was formed on May tub
last. They still'enod the wage scale
atd about June 1st snccseded in hay.
eg tbe cine hour rule enforced. The
averages wages paid are f 2 50 a day.
There are very fow who rcctive more.
Thoee employed on cornices got about
$3. They were all tatiBflad with their
pay and bed no complaint to make
except on account of the rule adopted
by the contractore, who organized an
ai-sociatlon in the latter part nf June,
tbat no tinner wou'd be employed by
one of them who could not show a re
lease card from his former employer.
Mr. W. D. Parker, the president of
the union, Thomas Dwyer, rerretary,
and Albert Robb, a member, called at
the Appbal cilice last night to state
their side of the cace.
"Our hours of work and the pay we
receive are perfectly sat'slactory to
ub, they said, "bat we don t care to
ba treated as slaves. With that rule
in force we are entirely at tbe mercy
of the bosses. If our surroundings
happen to be unpleasant, or if any
thing should cccur to make us desire a
change from one job to another, we
cannot quit like men, demand our
money aud ceek work eleewbere, but
we are forced into the humiliation ot
asking the permission of the contract
or to quit him. He can arbitrarily re
fuse a release card and force us to woi k
under him or starve. The thing is
ou'rageoos and we are determined not
to submit to it. UiH we nave no otner
reason for the action we took today.
The article in the Ledaer, which was
dictated by one of the contractors,
puts a falae face on the ana r.
SEARLY THREE THOUSAND.
Work or the ronimllteee ollcllisasT
Aid for Ciiarleeton, '
T),o t illnnrinor diorinti li tras received
yesterday at the Merchants' Ex
change :
Chirxxston, S. C, September 10.
E. A. Keeling, Secretary, Memphis!
Ynm ailvisim of remittance to
come gratefully received.
. . Aftrti m n fbT a V If
WJH. A. UUUniMAli mayor.
T.afa vpaturHav - aveninof another
$1001) was fci warded Secretary Keel
ing sending the lo. lowing nonce toy
' MxitFHis, Tknn., Soptomber 10.
To Hon. Wm. A. Courtney, Mayor, Charles-
tun, o. v. ;
Wo aoml vnn tmlav rpr exDress
another package, containing lOQp, be
ing additional auDscripiions irom ins
c tizeus of Memphis contributed for
your relief. More to follow.
K. A. KEELING,
Secretary Memphis Merchants' Exchange.
ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS.;
Rinratarv Keeling renOrtS the fol
lowing additions to the relief fund :
Amount publiehe d previously $2,285 60
8 W. Grnen & Co 5 00
8. CToof &Oo 10 00
G. W. Fiehur 6 00
Armstrong Furniture Company.. 10 00
OveitonA Groevenor 25 00
R-igers & Musson o 00
Wheeler & Wilson Manuf'g. Co 5 00
E. Slager 6 00
Livermore foundry io w
Mimnhia fttcnm Hi.irt Factory... 5 00
17. Witrmnnti Ar On 5 Ol)
Greenwood Crtble 1 00
T.J.Latham 10 00
Memphlsi t-addlery Company!.... 5 00
Morrinl JnnnS 5 00
F.A.Jones 6 00
J. F. Holfct & Bro 6 00
J. A. Bailey Sc Co 5 00
Philip Fransiola 10 00
Cole Manufacturing Company... 5 00
Woods tS Bwope o w
Robert Lockwocd 5 00
Rev. J. L. Martin v 5 00
Po.h 15 35
Henrv J. Lvnn 5 00
U. D. Saunders o uu
Bowdre Bros. & Co 10 00
Fjfaa A U'nrinner 10 00
T. B.Turlev 10 00
Geo. B. Peters o wi
Gantttfe Battereon 10 00
R. D. Jordan 5 00
R. B. Maury 10 00
11. &K. Jonts oi
Pnstnn & PottOD 5 Oil
rw, 2 50
fWi Itnin HunNioldt. Tenn 100
Dennis (Smith 5 00
W N Rrna-n 10 00
A Karr 6(0
A 1? .rruifi 5 00
Matt Monaghan 5 00
J. C. Jubnson 5 00
ArbuokleA Richardson 10 00
AatiVirnnb A White 5 00
.1. a Mhocn 5 00
L R. Doneison 5 00
Cash 0 75
Total to dtte $3,622 10
Tbe committees are still at work.
' TRANSFERS.
Nancy L. Mon'anna'to A. P. Mou
tmns. nartcf lot No. 1 of J. M. Por
ter's snbDivision of a part of lot No. 82
of Willr ugbbv Williams subdivision,
east side Hernando' plank road,
ih ,ri-12 feit front, for sum cf J20C0.
P. B. Jones to Elizabeth B Cooke,
60 feet front on east aide ol McKinney
street, lot No. 10 WcKlnney suo
HivUion. for sum of $000.
. W II. Atkimon to MaiyA. Risk.
south side Linden street, 00 lett front,
near S . Martin, for the lutn ol SJOUU,
t-itj3ldv om joj oqf jjqns
Loniavlllo Coastal.
riarAia 90 ftoone,
Foundations, cellar walla and build
ings subject tooverflow should be eon
ett acted with Louiivllle Cemtpt. It 11
the standard.
Sobwvrlbe for the "Appeal
SEPTEMBER '11, 1880.
MUST JIMM M JAIL.
JUDGE DUBOs'B DECIDES TO
HOLD UE.NL 1 atltK.
The Slayer Visited by 1,ls
The Line or the .iro
Mention.
The curtains which (hade the win '
dowa of the room where Will Dunna-
vanlfe 1 mortally wounded Thursday
afternoon wore closely drawn all day
yesterday, and last night the cmious
in the neighborhood were deprived of
the tableau cf affectionately inclined
shadows wbich the lamp light had to
often cast upon them in the absence
of the father of the family.
HUSBAND AND Wirg TOGBTITER.
But it is not intended to convey the
impression that tbe domicile was in
gulfed in gloom, A decent quiet was
maintained when the heroine ol the
tragedy was at homo, but most of the
afternoon was spent by her and her
little girls at the Jail. Meyer was al
lowed to receive them in the sitticg
room, and while he was exceedingly
nervous and much depressed in spir
its, she wore her picuio clothes and
chatted gaily as she tat and gaily
swung in an improvised hammock, in
which jailor Ijawlesa has been accus
tomed to luxuriate in his leiBUie hours
during the eummei. The shop of
DunnavMit & liro.. in ti e alley back ol
Calvary Church, was cl;sid all tlay
and irape liui.g on the door, ibe
body was
TAK1N TO NASUVILI.K
by his sorrowing relatives for inter
ment. He was very well known and
quite popu'ar there, es the following
Irom the rtaehviue unwn cl yes e:day
will show: "It Mill be n groat sur-
rtee to the many mends ol William
I. Dunnavant in thia c.ty tolen'n that
he was guilty of such conduct. He
was the eon of W. P. Dunnavant, who
whs for many years a well known con
tracting carpenter, and who was a dea
con in the old Cherry Street Baptist
Church for many sears. The whole
family were members of the samo
church. The Dunnavant boys were al
ways regarded as steady, moral young
men. William Dunnavant married
here several years ago, his wife being a
most excelleut member of the tame
church with himself. He 'went to
Memphis to better his condition, and
It was not nntil he had been there sev
eral months that he took his wife
there, It is thought that hs must
have gotten into his bad habits while
first there. Tbe telegram to his rela
tives here produced quite a shock.
The community will deeply sympa
thize with them in their grea. dis
tress." TBI COIL TIGHTENING.
Meanwhile tbe coil is tightening
about tbe slayer, and it becomes
hourly more apparent that he dees
not have that deep publio sympathy
which was first extended to him, and
which would have been a cogentfac.
t r for h's good had it been sustained
up to and durir.g the trial. He was
t.ken b fore Justice Powell yesterday
for trial and tbe lawyers on both sides
cone uded to waive examination until
next Wednesday, when the relatives
of tbe dead man will have re'urned
borne from NftshviUe. Attorney Gen
eral Peters recommended that his bail
be fix d at MOOO, which was accord
ingly done, hut no sureties aptetred
yesteiday. Judge lJiioo-e nasnotitioa
the Slierill not to rtlace him until the
affair has been more thoroughly sifted
He fald yestnrday that he thought
there was enough in the published ad
mifsions of Meyer and lilswife, who
were the sole witnetser, to warrant
him in making such an older.
VIGOROUS PItOSICUTION LIKCXY.
It Is said that the Dunnavant! have
very damaging letters in their posses
sion, one of them a request from Mrs.
Meyer lor Dunnavant to call upon her
on tbe fetal evening; al. o that she
sent ber Ji t tie girl to nls shop with a
similar message. In other words it Is
hinted that they Intend to marts a
powerfuU.effnt to prove a enspiracy
between husband and wife for the pur
ncse cf extorting blackmail, and will
enter a vigorous prosecution againtt
Meyer, xue prisoner has 'ltue money
for the employment of lawyers and
bis wife will do ber utracst to save
him and has already telegraphed her
father, Mr.Elis, who is said to be a re
tired merchant in good clrcuuiitances
at Cairo.
THE RAILROADS.
between tbe Memphis and Little Rock,
the liittesviiie and ishuk ey ana me
HI Jnm Irnn Mmmtain and Hotltll-
ern railroads, by wbich freight can ba
, ... 'l l . ,L. lt l
Dlliea turougn neiween me iouuwihk
kai.i. . . Kiitnline efrtelr.
BatesTilla, Tut kerman.'Swifton, Alicia,
Minturo, uupnant, uranu vjiuiise,
Bradford. Rueicll, Bald Knob, Jud-
nnin ami Vunuofr Vrnlirht. for nninfS
on or nesr While river, ab,ve Bates-
viiie, win be Dined turougn 10 xaiee-
i.Illa an A ik... AnWwarcA tn u natnnra
Ella and Home, which will run re
gularly on White river, between new-
port and the head oi navigation. u
nil ofra. tlio IRlh in at Oia ItatflBVillO
and Brinkley ra lroad will run two
trains daily, the regular paeaenger
train malting ciosa conuecnoii wuu
those of the Memphis and Little Rock
road, enabling passengers tJ leave
Memphis at 6 :o5 a.m. and rfnth New
port at 1 :50 p.m. of the same day, and
trw luanu 'n-nnrl at. 9:00 dVllirk D m.
and reach Memphis at 0:55 p.m. the
same evening.
Fadueitn and talro.
At this time a'l the St. Loult busi-
nena to and from New Orleans is car
ried e n by the Illinois Central and its
brancbee. The (.onmrtic ion ri i
proposed road from Fort Jefferson,
Ky., a point on the Mifsbsippi, live
miles below Ca 10, to Padu'-an wid
give St. L-.uis a line touih via ibe
Newport News and Miss'SppI Va'.ley.
The dietanca between Fort Jeflerron
and Paduoah is twenty-e'ght miler,
and as the prrpoted line would occu
py Mayfield Bottom most of the way
the cuts and the fills wou d be light.
Such a line would tap the same ton
nections mentioned, rais through Mal
lard county and give Padncihttie ben
efits of 'the greU lailrcal syBt"ms at
Cairo aod the big etel bridge to ba
built by the Illinois Central people. It
would alan provn the nucleus of a hue
tooth to Nashville or Jacksin, Tenn.,
and would no doubt deter the Illinois
Central people fom building a binnch
fro-Ji Baidwell tJ Mayfield and on
South.
A Hieeluin Uravrl Tralu.
A o-ravnl t a n niBSfid LuU 00 the
Mississippi Va'ley railroad a short
time ago with seventy-four cars and a
cabooie. The locomotive weighed
say 40 tons, the cars weigh 12,000
nnnndt. tlmir load Rav 18.000. caboose
15,1.00. When this train wasftarted the
stupendous weight of 2.315,000 pounds
worn nut in mr.t.inn. Thia read Sends
a tra n Wrl nf 1.3? 000 pounds of
Rravel each day to ba'last their road
with and in a short time this will be
tbe finest road in the South. The
Southern division of this road already
bears the reputation of being one of
the beet in the Sonth
QUIET CUBA.
ALL THE LAW BREAKER DEAD
OR IX JAIL.
Crops and Not Pol 1 1 Ire Eagace the
Atlrallon of the Peo
ple. "No w, here Is a man who don't be
lieve in wasting bis sweetness on the
due) rt air, " said a mutual friend yes
terday as bi introduced i'r. King to an
Aptial man, "He lives out at Cuba,
where a doc'Oi who can ne a needle
and saw on occasion may do nour
ishing business."
'It used to be tiVat way," Dr. King
replied, smiling, "but business in the
surgical line has been dull of late. Bat.
to tell you tbe truth, in the good old
times the surgeon usually arrived too
late, no matter how swiftly he rode.
They did their work too well dead
phots and renter slashers they were. I
don't think I ever got but one man on
hs feet after be had. been downed,
lie lost about a peck of hie inaides
and got well, but he was never very
cheerful afterward. As a rule, th'-y
had more use for an undertaker than
for a physician. But tbnt does has
either died or left the country now,
aud I feel as enfn riding about the
country at all hours of the day
and night irnw es if 1 had
a bodyguard of cavalry with me. Safer
than you lo I expect in the jungles nf
the city ai'tr dark. No," I lis doctor
went on, "Cuba Is a nico, quiet place
now. Ever) body is hard at wotk, and
wo bave one of the tino.-t crops out our
way you ever saw. The road was
foarfully duttty this morning and tbe
dtivo of twenty mites itto town was a
long, hot and ditagreeable one, but I
looked about me as I came along and
I think our neighborhood ia entitled
ti tbe horns in Shelby county. Near
Woodstock I taw a e-talk of cotton
Growing in a front yard eleven and a
alf foet high with 500 bo Ha on it, and
tbey are opening by dozens every day.
Fact, I assure you," reassuringly de
clared tbe doctor as the reporter's eyes
began to bulge. "Tbat is tbe fruit of
sticking to work and lotting politics
alone. There are very few in my
district who care anything about
politics. All that do take an interest
subscribe for one of tbe daily papers,
and I can count them on my fingers.
Any candidates for the Legielatnre,
you ask? No, I believe not. Ed.
Wendle served once, but I don't think
he is tearing his shirt to get luck
again. He is one of those whole
souled fellows, you know, and it coat
him about $J0U0 to serve his country
one term. But thon, Ed does every
thing in the tame liberal, whole
hearted sort of way. Just let him
hear of a man being aick anywhere in
tbe neighborhood, aod, before you
know it, be haa packed up 100 pouuda
or so of ice, a bx of lemous and a lot
of dainties in bis drag, bounced into
it with his wile, and gone off to nti'se
him until he gets well. That's the
kind of a fellow EJ Is, and yet
there are tome people mean
enough to talk about him
because he drives a two horse drag.
They are of the same kind tbat uses
cuss words when tbey happen to ride
by the County Insane Asylum, be
cause it i a liner hous) than they
live in. 1 am very glad to tee that
spirit westing out, though," Dr. King
continued "I find a general dispoHt
tion everywhere to take a broader
view of ihess things and hundreds
favor hatntNome public buildings, Iron
bridges and stone pikes now where
one did nil ire. lou aon t nnu no
much howling because eacb man can I
have the u at his own door."
RASEJiALL N OTES.
AMERICAN ANNOCI ATIOJI.
Piirroll and Stawtlere Did It.
Tt . , -r,u i Mn . HnnfnrTilinr 10.-
The home team played with unusual
vim and spun today, anu won a nru
liant gamo from the Louisvilles. The
visitors did the boat work with toe
stick, but were unable to bunch their
hits, and were held cown to one run
!,., nhni-n tialilinor Pnrppll ant! Kn w-
der;, hte of the Southern League,
made their appearance witu me uaui
more club and did grod work.
Baltimore 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0
Louisville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 O 1
Brooklyn,"! t luelunatl. 4.
Nvur Vntiir Hantnmhnr 10. The
game of has ball at Washington Park,
uvirtvn tnrlnv hntwAMti the Brook
lyn and Cincinnati clubs, was poorly
contested ana siow. it uau iu uo
lnnn.rl In tllB Blirllth innlnH OH BC"
ciunt of darkness, The Western club
fielded poorly and were eHiiy ue
feaied. About 1250 people were pres
ent. Score by innings:
Brooklyns 0 004020 00
Cincinnati 0 20000204
Nl. Leslie. Oi Metropolitan, 9.
V.w Vnnir Hantnmhnr 10. NotOVer
Km nsnnla easr the hunt) hall same at
Stateu Island today between the Mot-
mno nana and et. i,ou is cioo. iue
In.liatia hptran to nlav too lats in the
noma anrt vsra itAhilv ilufaated. Ths
errors tf ths home club were alas cost
ly. Cushman was batted to bard mat
Mava wan nut In to Ditch. Metropoll
tans, 6 J St. Lulls, 0.
Pltlabursr. 4 A thief Ire. S.
Pint i nvi IMII1 Pa . rtnntpmhnr 10
Both Morris and Miller pitched good
games today, me lormer guiuiig bhkui
iv tlin hrat of it. There was no feature
of special note. -
Athletics u u u u u i u u 60
Pittsburg 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 x-4
Ten tinan hits Carroll. Passod balls
Robinpon, 3; Carrol, 2. Wild
pilches Miller, 1. First baeeon balls
Athi.if Br PitlHhnrff. 2. First
base bits-Athletics, 4; Pittaburg, 4.
Krio-S AtliletU'S, I'lusourg, o.
Umpire Purlin.
NATIONAL I.KAIUi:.
WaahlOKton, It Phllad. Ifilila, 4.
V lanitdi :Tn Hpniomhi-r 10 The
Philadelphia club played a great game
Al hall HnninDl Ilia Wnahlnirmnfl toilav.
batting bard and fielding almost per
iod 1 v.
ihn:.,..i),ia 90010010 0i
Wnshingion 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1
Earned runs Phllado!phia,2. Home
... Tt.llv Tain ),aau lilt Hinoa
and Milligan. Wild pitches Sriaw.
Firpt base hit' rnuaneipuia, 1 ; :u
ington, 4 Errnr3-r-PliilBdeli'hi, 0;
Washliigton,3. Umpire Grace Piorce.
Cblcaco, 1 Detroit, 8.
Cuicaqo, 111 , September 10. The
Cliicgos won the g.uie by batting at
the right moment, and by good base
runnirg, Tbe fielding of both sides
was net goo.i, the errors being expen-
:vo em! narulnaa. Itrntltllpra (lid all
the batting, making five hits for a to
tal of ftlteen baee. McCormick's
pitching was excellent. Conway's was
ttnnr.
Ehioago 4 0 1 8 0 0 4 3 0-14
etroiU m.,2 0200020 8-8
5
0JM
U rtOYALMWfltJI
Absolutely Pure.'
parity, ttraneth and wholesomeaess. Mora
economical than tbe ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In eouipetitioa wi.h the
lutaiiauu vi iu. iv.i, .iiur. w,i.i v.
phosphate powders, Sold only wCoki. Koyar.
llASiao Hnwnn. On., liw Wall it ,Nw Turk.
sanaauaiflVf'
CAPITAL PRIZE, $J50,C00.
" W da krrdv Certify hnl m mpervittk
arranaement Jor nil the Monthly and ijnar
terlv Drawing'' of tht louana JStma Lottirv
tomvanv awi in perwon wtanagt and on fro
fA brrvinp tkfimflvet ami that lA iumi
n cnudtictfii trill Honestv. fairnrtt and
good faith toiearH nUrtt,anii w authorial
(A ffompany to ui Uiit wr.incnt, utH
timt. of our .Wa.ur4T QiUuXtd, m ' -vttrtMnnt
We. fA narlirrtiijnMt, Bnk nnd Banker.
mil pni; all Prim dm in 2A Ltmunnom
Htntt Lotitrin which nay OS pramleo! ol ear
eoatrs.
J. H.OULKNHT.Pres, l-m. Rat'l Rank.
J.W.KII.nKKTlI.Pra.HtKteSrat'l Bk
A. BALDWIN, Pree. M. O. Hat. Bk.
USPRECF.l)F.!mi)ATTRACTIOXI
Over Hair a Million Distributed.
i a
Louisiana iStttte Lottery Co.
Inoorporated la 1863 for twenty-live year)
by lha begislatore for Educational and
Cnarltable purposes with a capital of II,
UilO.OOO to whloh a reserve fund of overtMO,.
000 haa llnoe been added.
sty an oTtrtrntimius iwiiuiw .uu k. .
franchise wai made apart of the presentStjt
mnstltatloo, aaopiea veoemoer eu a..t
in?9
I. ri.U'1 n...f).v '- ----- -'- - - - m .
Inaawlll lake place monthly. llM9f
srai.1 (r p.iptm... uuui a. ui. luuv.iiti
Distribution!
lUtltfl UHA.iU niisnaaaa.a
a.io TBI
Extraordinary tjnarterly Drawlaf
In the Anailomyol Musio, New Orleans,
in -J-............ a. .MWM
Under the ersonal supervision and man
airement of
Gen.G.T. Beanreaard.of Loalslana, and
Uess. Jnbal A. Knrl.of Virginia.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
-NOTICK-Tlcketa are Teas Dollara
ouly. Halves. Fifths, M.
Tenths, 1.
LIST Ob" PHIZES. fc
1 Capital Prise of flfStl.tarO 41,W,(K10 V
1 Hrand Prise of. NI.OlM . N),0(O
1 Orand Priae of iM.OOt) ),(XI0 1
i Larae Prises of. lll.tss) . 2u,000
4 ,are Prises of. ft.tmO 2l,ii"0 i
20 Prises of. M00
W Priaea of. MJ
lot) Priaea of. . ai.tsif
iNiO Prises of. - . to.OOO
But) Prises of. - 100 ao.OnO
1000 Priaea of. - W....... WKJO
APPaoxiaiTiiiK rinas.
100 Approximation Prises of 2ii0. f),0nr r
KM Approximation Priaea or JU.Ott
lot) Approilinatlon Prisea of 75... T.Xt
tin Prlies, amounting to ttK3,oC(
Application for rates to elubi should I
nnl in tha offlfla of the Ootnnaarat
New Orleans,
Ifor turtner iniorinauon .wrive eieariyi
Iivinr lull auarena. a v - f
press Money Ordora, or New York haoheai
I . ,1 (I.H.... It. KvnMaa I.I
ID gruiD.rr i.iii ..".iiii
ear expense), addressed
in, r. -
New Orleasaa, la.
Or M. A. DAUPHIN,
naaiiinaiiia. m-..
or at Weal Court fat., Heiapble, Tenat
Make P. 0. Honey Orders payable
and address Registered Letters to
REW WKLKANN NATIONAL BANK
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Memphle, Tenn
CURTIS & CO.
MANUFACTURING CO.
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