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(cetntr M HCIUUI A RIDCELT,)
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
No. 38 MADISON STREET, '
is In receipt of a larger, more Tarlcd and bettor se
lected stock of CASSIMERES,W0RS1EDS St'ITlXGS
and OYERCOATLXGS, (all
. (Jons,) thaa was ever shown In this market. The
stock comprises the choicest designs, finest textures
and most durable goods In gentlemen's wear.
SST Samples ni Prices
who hare left measures.
fj ORSK from 126 Iieale street, a 6atnr-
-sl m, Auguatwtn. a nsm sorrel home,
white in tao. A liberal reward forhie re-
turn t HH1) I. H AUK, lat Heate.
Jbiit nun-eepiem oer Kith; owner
win rieaae can una aescrme lima,
W. H I.KWIS 11 Martison street.
sLOON AND FIXTUBE-'-Oood stand;
"v. auuress l.., tnis ouice
TWO STORY BRICK DOUSE AND LOT
TErtEY BULL-Beiiietered; large, bett
T-y - hock, w., thin Qfflce.
Ill ACK H rses. harness and license at a
bargain; part each, and balance in
ni u ue at Ni. 75 Monroe street.
CyiWS HUh grade Jersey cows and young
ertlvos; g-tod milkers.
litiKAW vtALKKll, Holly Springs, M-ss.
BUICK RK-UDtNCK Of eix rooms, with
mo.tern iniir.vemems; No 4Ki'-helby
aire". Am ly to A. n. Treadwell, JSxeou
tor. No. 11 Union street.
TJORSK Cheap: fine, large, very stylish
J-J-speedy; salafor a lady. 67-5 Main
THK Ira a and fixtures of the St. El no
lint!, Me i,l un. Miss, Twenty-five
eommodijut rouuia, within three minutes
wak of the I'nion Depot;- largo sample
Tooui on the street next door; now doing a
good huelness end popular. Oan be bad at a
barcain if upp' ed 'or within the next thirty
days. Apply to Charges Elmirs, proprietor,
ClOWS-Two Jcrev Cows, a lleifr' and
Herts. Twill sell at F.A.Jones k Co.'a
. ntah'es, nn Monroe street, without reierve,
at 12o'olock in., on fuesday, September 21st,
two Jersey Cows, givirg milk and in calf:
also, a heifer. All pare and thoroughbred
and of tho brat families.
Also, privately, my Bay Baggy Horse,
' Rogers. "'
Terms oash, or sixty days' oity acosntar eea.
a large ice box
suitable for roofing Also
. At Gabay's,409irhelby.
OLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
V senate liuilding, occupied by II. Low
enatein A ilros.
roust b removed at once.
JOHN KK1U, Builder.
Of aiz rooms, and lot
J-N 200x44, 54 Dean avenue,
CHEAP-One second hand B'lCKAWAY,
neariy aa good as new, at 1M Unii n st
DRUG 8 1 ORK 75 Charleston avenue: do
ing a first class prescription and drug
'business. Good reasons for selling. Apply
at 93 Linden i treet.
ONE BED-ROOM SET,
One Dining-room Sat,
' One Kitchen Set,
with possession of house at once,
34 ST. MARTIN STREET.
CEDAR FENCING POSTS-For sale by
W.R. LARKIN, LarkinsTille.Ala.
BOILER-50-H. P. bo'ler. tested to 160 lbs.
water Pleasure, will sell ohean Apply
at BPKKR'8 GIN.
WOODL AWN STOCK FARM- In thestod
one thoroughbred Running Horse; fee
120. One Trottimr Horse; fee, 110. OneJer
ley Bull i fee, S2.M Fob 8i.i-30 Horses,
a Milcb Cows, 15 head Butcher Cattle, Pea
.. oooks and Newfou-dland Pups. Honrs on
pasture, 15 per month ; Texas norres, 1ft per
day Telephone JOSEPH BUHNKV. 862.
UPRIGHT PIANO Good as new, cheap
lor oash; or will exchange for board.
Address K -IS. Appeal office.
STORK On the corner of Auction and
Third streets, suitable for a meat shop.
Aoply to LYILE A SHIELDS,
218 Main street.
-Nicely furnished rooms at
265 MADISON ST.
THREE FLOORS-398 Main streot; good
light; with or without elevator; front
and re r entrance.
rooms, No. 81
OOMS-At 360 Washington street, third
house east or Drleani treet. .
HOCSE-Corner Thornton and Alabama
streets newly painted, Id good repair;
ten rooms, oellar, two good cisterns, desira
able front and hnck yards; nn line of street
rs. James McN -mara S3 Rnheson St.
RKSIDKNCK 200 Hernando 8t.: hydrant
and cistern wntor: possession given Oct.
1st. S. M. MC'ALLTJM Telenhona 242
DINING ROOM AND KITCHEti-Ofa
large board ng house; completely fur
nlshed; twenty boarders.
Adilrea O. T,.. this nlliee.
RESIDKNCES-Nol. 68 and TO St. Martin
sirnet. Apply at. No. 70 St. Martin .
HOUSE-2i0 Washington 8 .: 7 rooms and
bathroom. Apply at 133 Poplar St.
No. 1(V Main Street.
. No 205 Main Hireet.
- " No. 207 Main Street.
APply to JAMES LEE, Ja., 4 Madison St.
ROOMS Nicely iurnished front rooms.
At 60 Monroe treet.
URNlbUED HOUSE-4;34 Vance street.
Apply on premises.
2 ROOMS And kitohen at No. S3 Third
street. App y on premises.
ROOMS On large front mom, with small
room and large closet adjoining, unfur
Bished, at 36S Vnnce street.
ROOMS Two furniihed or unfurnished
rooms at 40 Madison street.
DESIRABLE ' FFICKS In the new Cot
ton Exchange Building, single or in
suits, nn very reasonable terms. Building
heated thoroughly by steam. Elevator run
ning lrom. b -sement to attie. Apply to
HENRY HOTTER, Secretary.
RKSIDENCB-S42 Vance street.
Apply a' 334 Vance street.
RESIDENCES ad Rooms.
L. B. EATON. 12 Madison at.
ROOM Nicely lurnisbed front room, good
locality. at6HCon-t street. ,
ELEGANTi newly lurniahed rooms, bi th
ro in, eic. Inquire at 116 Court street.
RESIDKNCEFrora Oct. 1st, elegant brick
resilience, o. 108 Washington st. For
terms apply to No. 716 Main atreet.
STORKIioUSES-Tlie three new first-class
Storehouses nn Shelfv street, next north
of tbe Gayoso Hotel. Terms leasonable.
Apply to CARlilNGTON MASON,
5H Madison street.
HOrtL The Monewall Hotel and Kail
road Eating House at Grand Junot'nn.
Tenn. Apply to J. 8 Day. Receiver. Noa.
J f 10 and 3ii Front street, Memphis, Tenn.
Possess'on given immediately.
HOUSES On and near Walker avtn-e,
on Klmwond streetcar line, fro"i the
lt September, several bouses, Iroro two to
e'uht rooms, in good repair. Apply ' 36
Union s reet. JOS. LENOW.
CHOICE OFFICES On Second sto'y. oc
cupied for many year by Dr i. W. Nel
eon, Dentist, oormr Union and Main streets.
Apply t3 I nion street. JOS. LENOW.
DESIRABLE ROOMS-uitable for light
housekeeping, N.eor. 8ec'ndand Market
STOREHOUSE-From 1- t September, one
four-story Main s'reet storehouse.
f. W. HOYS I KR A CO.
LARUK TORh Fir-t floor and eellar,
with side and r.'r en'rancrs, Nos. 3(3
and 305 Main street. Posseaiion October 1st,
or sooner, it required.
Offices, So. i!80 Seoi ud St.
Rooms for light housekeeping, No. 376 Pop
lar stret, over drug (to e. A- plv to
R. B SNOWDKNor J. L. GOODLOE,
38 Madison street.
RONT AND REAR OFFICKPS74 Front
-treet; cotton room and office; term
moderate. Apply to .
fiiOF. McQOWA'' CO.
HOUSE No. 1h2 Robinson street. 6 rooms,
in good eplr. 1 ood cistern water.
M V KR. i SN ET), 310 Se'oad at.
t'FIUK'S Tb desirao lront offices on
second floor of 42 Mad'son strt, arljoin
ngCoiton Kxnbanae. MENKEN A ' O.
TiURNir-HBD ROOMS At 56 Monro sU,
JJ one square rem Peabody Hotel.
this season' imnorta.
on application to those
rr lh S)esiat.
THE APPEAL is authorised to announce
HUGH li. BRI.vKLKV as a candidate
for the State 8nato, subject to the Demo
WE are authorised to announoe HENRY
J. LYNN as a candidal, for theotate
Senate, snhjar-t to the nomination ol the
Democratic Convention oo the !3d Instant.
JD. MONTEDONICo" announces himself
a candidate for the State Senate, sub
ject to the action of tbe Demc eretio Conven
tion. MRAYtD OR SiOLES.
i ORSE-On Randolph Ri ad. one-hlf
1 L mi trom Brii'k Church, Trom Dr.
Zeirman, one dark chestnut sorrel horre.
151', hands hig'', 10 or 1J years old Shod ail
rouuri; tail cropped oil; high wethers.
Septemh-r 19. lH'H
AIRS. JOHN R. MILES will takeacltsa
1TJ. in InstrumentiL Muni. For terms
api'ly at w Adann street.
"CISTERNS Built and repaired and war-
rnnted. Inventor o the Sanitary Port-
lana ueirent fump. Contractor and tgrick
Isver. Telephone KK8. THOS. CUBBISH.
FOR SALE, KKXT OR EXCHANGE.
A GRAND NEW ST0EU0USE-At8ur.
CS ronnded Hill. Arkansas. IHa hrst ootton
region in that State, eiahy-five miles from
Momphia and fif'tv ml na from Little Rook.
uu (ue m. ana i. rv. x, tv. Appy to
Wo. 11 ADAMS ST.. Memnhi . Tenn
A'SO. several K'oclr ltttn.l,A. In lir.n.l
ROOMS AM) ROARD.
T?O0M3-Two nice'y furnished front
-LV rooms with or without beard 114 Court
ROOMS AND B0ARD
At 49 Market street.
ST. JAMES HOI'S K-f:8 Adams atreet.
Board and lodsing, t5; day board, S4.
ELIGIBLE ROOMS-With superior hoard,
twribl ucks trom Gayoso Hotel. 4ri3 Shelby
DESIRABLE Booms, Iurnished or untar
nished, sinffle or in luita. with hns.rd. at
72 Madison street.
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, single or en
suite, furnished or unlurnlrhed. with or
without boud; other rooms, 104-106 Coui t St.
OOWS-Wlth or withont board
iiiiuiib uiiaiu, ioiiui
140 MADISON ST.
ROOMS One large front room with bal
cony and one lame back room with
larg dressing-rrain, and ithers aa good as
can be tound in the oity.
75 un ma n r.
ROOM Furnished room, with or without
hoard, at 11H i:odrt stret.
WAN I ED.
KO IMS-By lady and three beys, two or
three room, in nriva'e familv far Haht
housekeeping, or with bosrd. Locality con
venient to Christian B olhets' Colleae. or in
suburba with servant's room and stable
privileges. Addresa MH8. E , this office.
Apply at this office.
GIRL Fcr hcuseworki Apply at once at
181 Second Street.
HOUSE To rent a house containing six
or seven rooms. Address
Robert Armstrong, AS Jefferson street.
LiVKRVBODy To know that the Pirn
IU Mattress will euro asthma, rheuma
tism, bron hitia. insomnia, nervousneis and
hay lever. Samples can be seen at
w nor:n uourt street.
ROOMS Three or four rooms suitable for
light housekeeping. Address
J.J. K., this office.
AN energetic Irishman in this city to in
troduce the Life of Parnell. ju t pub
lished, including speeches of Parnell and
Gladstone. A liberal commission, or $12
weekly If satisfactory. Apply to Murphy Jc
MoUarlhy.z? Warren street, w. it.
tOTTAGE A cottage of four or five rooms.
J in a desirable loiality. Address
M. t . E this office.
EVERYBODY To call and see the cele
brated Gvnat Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
MAN To run engine end fi'e saw- Also,
a good sawyer. Von need apply un
less they can give best of re erence. Call at
BenniDg ft Hannah a Saw Mill,
- Jost above Hope Oil Mill.
OCCUPANTS For front room, with dress
ing room, southern emosure. in private
family, oonven ent to business. Address X.
eare Letter Carrier Dave Washington.
TAILOR A journeyman tailor to work on
suits; steady wn-k until the 1st of July
next; wages. $15 to $20 per week.
Apply at once te -W. E. KKrlSHAw,
. Oxford, Miss.
81 I U ATIUJN By a young man or business
and office exuerience. and one srbo knows
how to work Q , this office.
BOA RI From Ootober 1st. In private
fam'lv. for ventUmen. wife and one
cbild. Large front room upstairs paeferred ;
will furnish room. Best ot rMereooee given
and required. Ad lreaa M. E., this office.
LADY AGENTS-Our agents have had
such wonderfnl aucoeis selling Mrs.
Campbell's Combination Skirt and Bustle)
(some eleariog $150 a month), that we make
this rpscial request for all agen a who want
steady, money making business, to sena
stamp for Catalogue. Alio, furnishing
Goods. Addresa E. H. Campbell A Co., 44
West Randolph Street. Chicsgo. III.
COTTON SEED HULL'' And Meal for sale
oheap at GLOBE 01b WOHKS.
C100K At 118 Washington street; apply
Immediately ; white prelcrred.
CIOOK An experienced white oookt En
J glish. German or Swede! wages. $3 per
week. Apply with references to
pi o am h.ybuk Avnnuis.
UCRAP IRON A quantity of atove plate,
O machinery, scran iron and old car wheels.
St. Louis Malleable Iron Co., St. Louis, Mo.
A MAN Tj take an office and represent a
manulacturer; $50 ier weeks small
capital required. Address, with stamp, .
Box 70, Wnt Actin, mass.
IMMEDIATELY Purchaser lor store fix
tures, including shelves, counters, show
cases, etc. ; ean be seen at Ho 2S0 Second
treet. Apply at Wn. au Heme ft.
C10AT AND PANTS MAKFR-Steady em
J nlovinent the, vnur round. Apply to
T. Murphy. Jackson, Tennf
BOY An intelligent office boy, from 16 to
17 ytare old, who can cmne well recom
mended. Apulyat l'.t) Adam" street.
Nine hundred dollars, on good real es
li. J., thie office.
SALESMEN In every Stats in the li lpn
ING ESTABLISH Al ENT having several
ing. Can be handled alone or In connection
erith other gooda. Addresa TUB WM. B.
MRICP MANUFG. CO.. IIAI.riMORK. MP.
4 rrr LDs. feathkrs
1WU pr.ee paid by OABAY
EVERYrODY TO KNOW-That I will
FILL TEETH WITH iJOLD for the
next thirty days tor $1 60.
A. w unoua,
' 24? Main sreet.
OLD GOLD A RILVKR-rorrash or ex
chan Ml'LFORI. .Ie er, 2i4VBvn
C. B. BRYAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. 20 XADI80S STREET.
DEL1TERS A CHARGE TO
' GRIND JURY.
Attention Called to Several Office s
A Document That Det-crres
Judge Duboee opened the Criminal
Uonrt yestetday morning acd imtaii
o on inn luiiuwiuir grata jury : A,
Elli, fneonan: J. H. Wiignt, O.
l'arker, W. Brown, S. A. Douglas',
IK V. wondrofl, Tom Hicks, J. S.
Kiwiires, J. v. Levy, R. A. ShieMs,
M. OINea', W. P. Derdrick, Tom
j uuuuur. iu loiioving ccaige aa
men delivered :
blHTLKMCN OF TBI Git AND JnT
You are selected and appointed under
wio w 10 lr quite into all indictable
flerists cmmited or wh'cl may be
irieu whuiq me county ol tshelhy
and present them to this couit Tue
mutter having been called to the at
tention 01 tbe Usurt bv the lata irraml
jury, ie becomes my duty to direct
your farther inquiry into the conduct
of some of the officers whose duty it is
or was to collect county, S ate and
Taxing District revenue. Refernc9 is
naa to toe ate incumbents of County
uourt uisrit, tbe Uircu t Court Cleric
snd the present O mnty Trustee. II it
bj trus.as tsUtt d iu siid leDort. thst
tuny, or auy one 01 tuern, Ceaianded,
icldivcu ur atpproprinteu
TKKi OR OTHKB COMPENSATION
1 . .. ..
Drrervicfsiurtnerttisn is express'y
piovidfdby la they runder tbem-
ptiives ii.bio to inJ ttmr.t for extoi
nun. an luiini DB'lt-I mat one is
ent fed 10 compensation ior sarvicts
perfo'med iu oilicb, not sanctioned by
iw, win nut ex'.ue mm jue amount
ol tornm ss on taken and spprjptia'ed
must oe Biico as is exprcs-oy autu r
ized by lsw. and the official must be
able to put lvs finger upon some par
ticular act 01 tbe Legislature which
would justify h 111 in so doing. The
acceptance ol a pub'10 offlcn ia a true
uudeitasen lor tbe benefit of tbe
whole pfople, and any officer who
takes advantage of the trust and the
ooniidonce repc sed in him by
to which be is not entitled by law li
guilty 01 a very odious offonse. The
lat gaaRe use d by a subcommittee of
tbe late grand jury in endeavoring to
palliaU tbe apparent overcharge of one
of those officials is: "This compensation
is not at all commensurate with his
services after paying all the expenses
enumerattd." The Court chargts vou
that in ihe investigation of tbis mat
ter you sba'l discard all such ideas. In
the 'anguage of our Supreme Oourr,
''It is presumed that tbe law allows
jot and proper compensation to all
oitici rs lor tbe services required of
them ; and if the fee be inudeouata
it is eo excuse for
ILLEGAL IX ACTIOS,
hecause the rfficta are t ken with a
knowledge of the duiies required and
tbe remuneration allowed, and can be
readily surrendered whenever the oc
cupant thinks the pay is not sufficient
for the labor and respontib lity. "Tbe
Court ia thus spr o'fic in charging you
for tbe reason that ftom said Brand
jury report it appears that a very
1 a rue amount 01 tbe county, estate and
Taxtna District revenue has been per
v. r;t d from it- l gitimale channels and
convened to their own use by the in
dividuals neteiolore holding sa d of
fice. 1 '
It is mads the duty of the Court io
givs you n special charge the statutes
eD acted for toe suppression of tbe sale
snd use of bowie knives and pis ols.
Anyone who carries under his clothes,
or concta s abjut his peson a bowie
knife, Arkansas toothn ck, or knife of
like form and shape, is guilty ol a mis
demeanor, and when it is mads appa
rent to you that any person is guilty of
this ofienss it brc im a your duty to
indict them. It ia likewise a muds-
metnor 10 sell, or brinu into tbe Suta
for the purpose of Behing or otherwise
disposing of, any knife of this descrip
tion. It is not lawful for any per
son to carry, publicly or pri
vately, any Delt or pocket pis
tol revolver, or any kind of pistol, ex
cept tbe army and navy pistol OBrd in
warfa e, and these when carried shall
be carried onenlv in the hand. The
provisions of tbis law does not apply
to persons in the army, tavy or ma
rine service of the United States, or to
any officer or policeman while bana
fide ergaged in his offiiial duties
Tbe Court iuvit. a our special atten
tion to all violatlotis of tbis B'atuta.
To custom of tarrying concealed
weapots in this county muBt be
b oaen op, and fo fur ss it may lay
in the power of th scruit, by a rigid
enforcement of the law, it shall be
done. Tbe carrying of f 01 bidden
wtapons is a crime sgtinst the peace
able and law abiding portion of the
coinmunltv. To sjine extent it puts
evtry man's Ufa in jeopardy who is
disposed to live within the protecting
shadows of tbe law, and its permission
ioaugorat-s tbe reign of the ruffian
and murderer. , It is made a misde
meanor by law Ijt any person to buy
or sell or give away any pistol car
tridges in this b'tate. You are clothed
with inquisitorial powers in all such
cases, and may send for witnetsss snd
prefer presentments sgjlnst any per
sons guilty thereof.
TBI LIQUOR QUISTlON.
It is a misdemeanor to sell spirituous
or vinoui liquoia in less quantity than
a quart, or in larger quantity to be
drank upon the placs of sale without
firtt obtaining a license the efor. It is
also unlawful for licensed grocers or
other person to te'ail npirituoos
liqu s on Sunday. It is unlawful for
any person to sell any spirituous,
vi ii ui, malt or mixed liquais to any
pi-reon nnder the sgs of 21 tears
without tbe written consent of the
father and mother of such minor, if
living ; if the father be dead, then tbe
mother, guard an or 0 her perron
having legal control of such minor,
cr If tbe minor bs sway from bom, at
si hoo', then the wri tsnconFenti f the
principal or the person in charge of
such school. It la unlawful for any
person to tell, give, furnish to cr pro
cure fcr any husband who is an habit
ual drunkard any intoxicating liquors
afttr having been sorved with a writ
ten n t ce prohibitory thereof by the
wife of sai h hu b. nd.
Tbe grand jury has inquiitotlal
power ss to these last three ofTenfe.",
and may send for witmsses and pre
sent tbe offenders t j this court.
You will see to it, so fur as may lie
wi hin your power, that tbe law is en
forced f ir the eu-pre siin of illegal
voting, snd the impo-ition of false
tickets on illiterate vote s.
DIBTUBBINO PUBLIC WOES HI P.
The law enacted for the protection
of p rsnns ergritied in pub ic wo'Shlp
thou d be enlotced against tliofe who
w 'Uld d sturb or ri quiet snv such
as embiage, snd you are authorised in
guih ra es 10 tend for witnesses when
y a sapect a violation of this law.
You will indict all persons attending
any flection, race tonne, fair or any
oiner sssrmrjriage armed.
EAILWAT TlCKeT OFriCKS.
The Cou't wou'd ca'l your attsntion
to 1 he law requiring ticket aeenis to
keep open their ottices one hour be-
lote tue departure 01 trains and that
train bands can out tbe Ma inns and
length of time tke train will stop at a
given place. A bo mat cats bi pr.
v ded w ith fire, water and light f. r the
comfort of 1 aseeDir-rs, and tha'. con
iu tiiss atoejeauag tbe pas-engerp.
That conductors, entiaeers or maa
aners on a railroad t'a;n be
punished for tunning ioto an
itner train or rar a- tue err sung
ci gnmacr ra trom. ror tear the
coon has cmitied ti tha'gs vi a erec
tally on a'l ihe piovis ons of tne law
aa n qnite, it refers you to m yon 69J2
(Mil. & Ver. Code) ai con'a nitg a
fall lmtof therame.and also to sec ion
5912 of the tame cede as cinUinisg a
lis; 01 c nensee in wnicb tbe grand jury
has the power of sending for w.tntwses
when tbey or any one of them snspstt
a violation of tbs laws therein re
PUBLIC BOA US.
A good sy.tem of public roads is
very greatly needrni, and is cSDeciallw
demanded by tbe peop e living in tbe
rural districts, and in order to perfect
our present system the Lg:s'atura at
its last eeasion (1885) pa-scd an set 10
regulate the working and laying oat
01 piiDim r.aie, ana impostd ctriaiu
duties upon the over, eers snd high
way cotnmisaioner.4, wh ch is therein
fully set out. The Court cLartes vou
hat 11 any cver.ecr or comtt.isaioner
ntmue to neatlett to ktep their htuh
wavs in goad lepair lit ortliey n.av te
iodictsd. It is unlawful for any
ptrsonto r dsordiive over any pub--
iiu ui mun c tutfi-uoitu over any 01 tne
rivers and cretktiu th h S;ate fatter
than a walk. Any urt-ou violnting
the provisions of ihU law ii guilty of
a minnlemraocr. Tbis act. however.
dots not apply to bridges within the
limits of municipal corporations or
itone bridges on Incorporated lurr-
(ika reads. It is made the du'y of
the Court to charge vr.u specially as
o tt e act to prevent the
PLAYING OF GAMES
of baseball, cricket or any otbor gftme
tbat is Dlaved wnn pall bat or club
on the Sabbath day. Thii off nee is
regarded ss a desecration of tbe day
of iet snd worship, as instituted by
Ihe divine Kuitr 01 toe uLlverse. it
is no doubt an innocent and amusing
game, and when p'nyed 011 any other
av than the nabbath ia not unlawful.
But tbe law must he inforred, and
when it has been made to app ar to
ou tbat any person baa engaged in
playing aoy ot aaid games on the Sab
bath be or they are guilty ot a misde
meanor, and yonr duty is to indict nil
such perrons, and in addition are
clothed with inquisitorial powers and
msy send for witneerei and prefer
presentments. It is your special duty
to inquire into, tbe condition and
management of fhe public prisons
and otber rounty building and Insti
tutions of tbe county, into the condi
TH COUNTY TRIASUBY
and the bonda of all county nfllcen
wl'h rrgaid tcr'tbrir correctness and
suLUniency, ana u tne misconduct in
(lice of county Officers, from some
reason it appears that the lat grand
iurv neglected to repoit the conJition
of the records kept by th e' Justices of
the Peace of the county. It becomes
your duty now to iook into tuts mat
ter and report any and all irregulari
ties found , in said office. The Court
win can your auoi iion to an irregu
larity thai ititifeari Irim1 'the warrants
sent np to tbis Cou't by a number of
the Justices ot tne react, ana it is
this: In making ontaubDotnas for
witnesses itia the babit tt include tha i
names of the Sta e ss well ss tbe de
fendant's witnesses in one tubpoe na,
and ss a result, the State or county
ill be tixed with tbe cos's of not
only its own wit notes but that of de
frndanti es well. In a ureat many in
stances this may be, and is no doubt,
an oversight in the hurry of isiulng
tbe papeis; and in other cases it might
be by design or intention to tax the
State or county with cost ot defend
ant's witnesses, which it tontraryto
law. Tbe Court d s gns to charge you
in regard to tee law governing
TBI HOLDING OF IMQUKSTfli
The cost of holding inquests in this
county has beoums very burdensome
on the treasury, and tne coat is mucn
creator than the bent fits derived ; and
in fact the benefit derived from h"ld
ing inquest at all is cot percept ble
In tbe administration cf the crimioal
law in this county. However, in some
annnraed raes it mav become neces
sary, but ss to tbe wisdt m cf tbe hw
vou have nothing to do. This treat
ncrmmulatlon of cost for holding in-
ueeta no dr ubt erlsts from the fact
that so msny justices ol the peace
make a tnecial bu loess of holding In
011 put. and on the dead bodies of per
sons who msy not have come to tuelr
eath by any ot mo causes mentioned
nthe statute: that is. vmnn who
come fo their death by accident orun
lawful violence, or by suspicious
causes. In other words, aome of I lues
fficials a-e too suspicious and find
themselves viewing the body of a per
son who may have died with tne oroi-
DISUSES OF THI COOBTT,.
such as tha whooping cough, mers'es,
or Arkansas awmp fever, a fact we 1
known to the persons wno surround
the death bed and without tbe slight
mt cauee for ausnicion of foul plav. The
Court clia g'B yon that the Coroner ia
tbe ollicer appointed oy isw 11 noiu
tnqnest, and -that the jnstlces of tbe
peice can only perform this duty In
the absence of tbe uoroner, or ais in
ahilitv to set from sit kne8. See sec
tions ft39 snd 6144, Mil. Sc Vtr Code.
The word absence Is not in this con
no tion to ba C' netrned as bung ab
sent trom the precise spot where Ihe
death mav have occurred, so as to su
horize a ma' ire 10 miu ine ni'iucsi,
. . . -LUI , .
bnt absent f n m his usual pace of
business or the county, snd it is ren
dered thereby imprat ticable to give
him, and ihat he may comply wi'b,
the requited Dotice.end then only can
justices of the piace be called on and
have the power and anthority ti ho'd
inquest. Section 6145, Mil. A Ver.
Code. The innnieitioDS returned to
this Conit should show in all casee
held by justices of the pesce that the
Coroner was sbeert, or his inability
otherwise unccr the law to hold the
inquest, which must appear from tha
face cf the papers. There is n evil
grown op in this community, if o- m
mon report i o he credited, of per
sons going through the county who
make it a bueinet of
ST1IB1NO UP SUITS
and controversies among uninformed
but qniet, henest citizens. 8 me nf
these personsrlaim to be officers i f ihe
law, and pf ar officers, but, in fuel, are
the greatest ditnrbars of the peace of
the mnr,t. aid are t u'sanoes. and as
such shruid be indictd. You will see
to it, gentlemen, 'hat in ai far as jour
da y shall require that the laws be
fal hfully exerotec,
fSabacrlbc for the "Appeal"
FOB THE KMI. UT8 OV LABOR.
LM of Judges and Clerks for Tc
niorrow'j Election Loral
"They're tilking about workingmen
anain," eaul a level-headed politic an,
"and it'a my opinion we ought to g ve
them a ahowing on tha I. rvifllativei
ticket WedDesc'tty. Tht ra ere gcod
many workingmen in this town, don't
"How many workiogmtn do yon
think there ought to be ou ihe ticWet7'
' I think about two would hn fiir.
There ia plenty of material among the
Knighta of Labor to fill out a Legis
Sat Dose von wouldn't ha nart:rn.
lar about Dofuici so they were labor
ing men ?"
"Wouldn't I. though Now that ia
just where the trouble has been in tbe
pat. No man ought to bs nut on the
Democratic t cket st any time who is
not a Deinociat to the bat kbone. Let
tbe Republican laboring men go be-
lote the Hepubilran convention
Thtra are plenty in the tanks of the
Knighta of Libor wco are Dtmocrtts
to pick Iron', and I am in fVi:r of ex
awiLing closely into the record of
every caodii'a'e who 1 flers. Of cwutse
we Hh mltl ru t e'ect anv man to the
Legislature who is not in sympathy
with the workinutnan, bs he lewyor,
mere: ant or wnat not, but tuttide ul
thte we should have some on the
ticket wh ee hand are har.'ened with
toil. Those who work the 'abor racket
I r efnen inly should bo severely
TeSHerrow'a F.lvoilast OUicer.
SheriuT Cannon vtteidav ettiuii.t-d
the t illowing officeri tt serve at tha
election tomorrow for justices of the
teaoo 01 rt e second and Liiili'f enth
Districts, lor cor. stable of the Four
teenth Diktric', and for justice of tbs
pface and constable cf the Fifth Dis
W. O. Kas'ov. Henrv York. E. Q.
Nelsorj, judges; Sid Wiiherington and
Oeorge A. Milling'on, clerks; 8. A.
Douglass, deputy sheriff.
D. C. Collier. J. J. Brown and
Qeoge Rutland, judgts; Mr. Herron,
clerk; T. T. Taj lor, deou v sherifl'.
FIFTH M8TRICT. -
Firtt Word rrtcinct.J. M. Ronrke.
W. S. Laleae. Tims. Foley, iudaes:
J. Norville, J. B. Uou'ehan. clerks:
J J. Morphy, Jeouty sherifl.
Second Word J'ncmct.J. F. Hunter.
Wm. Uuino, Clias Winters, itidires:
John Savage, R. K. Doherly, cleiks,
John J. Mason, deputy theriff.
iitrrt wnrt rrenncu John W. Les
lie, 8. W. Gretn, Chas. Parish, judges:
John Druxler, Wm. Lvh, clerks; W.
8. Pope, deputy sherifl,
JiWkm Ward trtexnet. R. 8. Canets.
Trine. Coyne, O. A. Heaaen, judges;
8. B Atby, Wm. Oriffln, cleiks; J. F.
Mt Keon, depu y elienfT.
inn Stimuli I'recmd I bomas Gat-
lsgberv Win. Cunningham, Ptter
Morns, judges: Thts. Kline. V. V.
Dammaun, clerks; J no. R. Miller,
Ehmimii Precinct '3. L. Wtb'i, J. J
H torch, J. D Kldridg", j edges;
Coll Bierce, Tom MeOowao, d'erks;
Geo. W. lHac wMI, depntv sherifl.
Fourth Ward Precinct. W. A. Fatres,
N. Malmesta, R.R. Church, judges; R.
Camp' ell, J. Badinell, cleiks; f.
il. Uorjlnon, deputy shantt.
Fifth Ward Precinct. O. F. Volk-
mer, U. l r.vane, Unas, uaiiina,
judges; R. E. Lo'gue, J. J.Turner,
tlere-a ; Geo 8, 1 layoen, deputy eheritl.
Sixth Ward rrennct.t. Lee, Jobn
Mergle, F. 8. Biehop, judges; 8. .1.
Hays. 8 man Lehman, clerks; W. II.
Broauers, deputy aher ff.
Seventh )ard Precinct. Walter Ar
mour, iJ Uolo, Wert Ariame, judges;
Hrrry Johnson, Her.ry Duncan, clerks;
Ed Carroll, depn'y sherifl.
Tenth Ward Precinct. U Ho lender,
Mike O'Neil, Frank Davis, judges:
J. Ill Smith, Charles Jebl, cleiks, Ed
Jordan, depnty ehtrifl.
Candidatks are plen iful.
Judo a McDowell don't want any in
Tuiniarea half dozen or more as
pirants for the Be Date.
JrjDQE DODGLARS will be tttODgW
backed in tbe convention.
Jit:Tic Habbbll Is looming up aa a
eadirg country candidate.
Mr. IIknby F. Walsh, a candidate
for the Lower Uoute, is witniog
golden op nions evt ry whote.
Among leadirg Knights of Labor
mentioned whoe name a would look
well cn the De.uocratlo ticket araT.
J. Atkinsand James Arms' ring. Tbey
are both good Democra s.
Mb. John J. Barby. who Is a candi
date for Mag s tate in the Fifth Civil
Disirict bsa the confidence, sood win
snd respect of every men who knows
him. He is a Democrat to t'-e back
bone, progrtsnive ia his ideas, genial
and whole sou led. He is as level
headed aa the oldest candidate who
ever worn gray hair, and would make
an excellent member of tho court.
C ircuit Court F.atee, Judge.
Calendar for todav: No-. 8012,
Louis Frra vs. A. Kotilbry; Wil
liam Bowles vs. Litun B. wlea; 8JI2,
A. H. Kottrecht vs. Oeo'ge Warren;
82f, J. V ilner vs. 8u ie K F sck t-t a1. ;
84110, B. K. Ellis vs T. I'. Clamlit rs;
8197, M. J. Lyon vs. Pet; Koyer;
8593, J. T. Harden, admir.itrator, v.
John Court; 8008, B. h'. L.ird vs. E.C.
Whittaker ; 8019, J bn A. Denie v. T.
J. Graham : 8047, P. Iwotig vs. G. U.
Chamberlain et al.
James A. Hughes to Laurence Lamb
and J. H. Boaton, triiHtt-e', torecnreT.
A . U.mb in th a en m of 1 1950, lots N os.L'J
and 24. of Lamb's 1 ti' divis on, of 1 a t
of lot No. 85 Willo Wi liu.iio's aubJi
vision. Mrs. M. L. Rodner (o Thomas J.
Dennie. 20 feet f nu t ( n Walker e ree?
by71Jfmt deep, patt rf lot No. 8,
block 50. for the eum ot f'-'dO.
Vra. Vitgti.l Cia k to Mrs. M L
Ridt er, 60 feet frm t on Third atreet,
Fort Pickt-ruig, by H4 ft et t'eep, block
50, snd fat tf !oti Ni a. 9, 10, 11 and
12, for tbe sum of $ 29 50.
Many mo hen are nnnbln to norse
the r chi dren. In fu "h cases he h 'at
mhtt iut tobef u id ia M. llin'a F 0 I,
prepared a ter Ltel ig's i rn ula, wh ch
ban provsd 10 eii'teapood phyfcijlogit
ally with oiQtberi' tanks
Tailor and Importer.
ulHTvri.!; JTCK ' n complete. Tha I.arg-oet, Choteast and
SlTa.Jff!1.'-bYJ Sver 'n Memphla. rrmalailng of all tha
5-iik "iV.'i. XP.V!t.1 WOBSTKM IN1U
Ji !.l'..,i.-r. l:iHHTI!VS.a AND H4N V
r.Vl . . V va nea
inirexiuceii ny tne l.eaxtlng Iniportere of England, Franoa and Ger-
il- ... . "aa.
tne piiMIc to call and
Corr S.cond and Jaffarson
APPEtL FOR AID
The Rev. Edward T. Horn and o!A-
era ci the Lutheran Churches at
Charleston have issued the following'
apreal fo' aid :
UBAB liHETHiitn I!v (he earth
quake on Angr.s 3ut, all of rur
churches have been injured. The
peril of oor faruilii ami the ruin nf
nur hi tit's have occupied us hitherto,
tint w r, hat.A nnai ik..Ia a . I.. I i- I
" ' - - - wun ... nvi n Hvaicllli III"
snert'on of our chnrchee. 8r. Ma'
thew'a and!t. John's tre so injured
that we caoDot worehip in them until
tht y elm I hnv been n psireiL and
the Weutwcrih Street Cnnrch is cori
s tiered nnaafe. 8. Johannes has
n'so eitstttinett injury. As all our
peoplt have tu!Wt-cl beavy Iias8 in
their homes and huunes, a th rd cf
the proper y of all tbe inhabitants cf
our city-having been des roytd, they
are rot. able to r s ore thechnrchts.
A cartful estimate requires fjr Mt.
Matthew's German Clui'ch (a liemt -fill
structure, still $20,000 in deb', a id
jult repur.d after great dauntuo by
ist ver a cvelnne J'ltKIt): f .r St
John's, the Mother Chinch, l:tll(H);
for Weniwoitu Kt ett Chmch, $:!i)tHi;
ior 01. joiunnen i-torman CJliurch.
$101M); Sklta-nsbss Chape), which is
a name ou iding, lias sustained no
serious damage, we are encouraged
by many kind letters to make this
statement, and to ask our brethren in
the Untied States to help ns in this
etrait. For this purpose we appaint the
Rev. Edward T. Ho n, treatmrer, who
win giauiy acknowledge an kind g I s,
which will he distributed by this com
mit'ee in the above p'opoiiioo.
DR. lli)lT IN TROUBLE.
New Orleans fpocImI, 17th: Ever
since Dr. Godfrey, of the United States
hOFpttal service, reported that the
diseare at Biloxi was mtyell iw fever
that little tawn has been bitterly ag
grieved at Dr. Holt, of the Louisiana
S ate B ard, who founded tbe yellow
fever theory, and who quarantined
this town. Lust night a mare meeting
in Biloxi dononnctd in violent terms
the B aid of Health, the preea and all
the neighboring towns who quaian
tintdit. Notsaisfled with this, the
people of the town are taking active
miatiiM. ti, ttavA llv TAtunh tTnlt
pres dent of the Louis ant 8 a'e Bourd"
of Ilea th, indicted by their grand
nry, believing tbat such nn indict
ment would keep him ent of
the 6 ate for a retiod of two
years arfU tnaira Klin tn nitis at.
tsnt ofllcialty derootiotit. il ppn the
resident physicians ol Biloxi f of in
formation relative io the nature of
"suspicious" cases f malarial fever
fiat may occur in Ihat town- In the
future. With a view to securing the
indictment referred to, the leac ots of
this movement are endeavoring to
procure from those persons recently
pn.it ated by fever at Cadet Point and
their nurses affidavits to thee fleet tbat
they did not furnish to Dr. Holt tha
information tbat be claimed to have
re ived from them, and upon which
he based h s diagonals of the disease.
Several affidavits have been made, and
the people of Biloxi are evident y ripe
for a lights
To Sly FrloiMlsj.
" lie that la not with me li against mt."
I have, aince my announcement as a
cat dhlats for tbe magistracy, received
comidtrable encoumgement, and
numerous promises of support from
my friends, all of which I truly appre
ciate. On this " the eve of battle,"
hiwever, I desire ti remind them
ti-at their support must be prsctlcaL
The above caption fully explains the
p Bition of affairs, snd feeling assured
that if my friends rally round ma to
morrow my chances for el c Ion are
excellent, 1 beg for the lattt'me that
they ga to the owtaml caat their vote for
WILLIAM B. H0Y8TEH.
Ball Isaawre and Ob Io.
Baltimobi, Mn, September 19.
The first through trains over the Balti
more snd Ohio's new road to Philadel
phia for tbe South and 8 nthwest
were run trday and tonight. The
company will commence 10 take
through passengers from New York,
uing tbe Jersey Central tracks. The
trams ran on schedule time and car
ried a fair number of paissngeta.
The Two Taylor.
Ths two Tsylors who sre running
for the Governorship seem to have no
diflimlty in t atolilng up their differ
ences After a heated political discua
lon they net only eat together, drink
together, fi'ldle together and sing to
ne I e, but they chew Ko Ko l ulu
out of the same pa kage, the brothers
ti.kn g ttnns ia purchneing it. O e
diy Bob buys a 1 x, the next cay Al1.
They m eti it to cUr I h' ir voices and
cBd't in tbe dlveatioti of the t'ugh
food tbey somet uios meet with ia
tlu ir cau vats
Atltlve to Mot her h.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrup
should always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
stillerers at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright sa a button." It is
very pluusant to taste. It soothes the
chilil, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relievea wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the beet known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Iwenty
five coots a bottle.
A IrruKKiMl't) tory.
Mr. Ihhso C. Chapman, drnggist,
Newbnrg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross f Dr. William Hull's Sahara for
tin Lungs. I civa sty of it what I
eann it s-ty of anv ether medicine, I
have never heat J a cus'oiner speak of
it hut to praise its virtues in tin trg'v
e-it niani er. 1 1 ave recommrn led it
in a great many oiaes of w hooping
cough, with the happiest effects. I
have used tt In my own famUy for
many ysars; In (act, always nave a
iwttle in the medicine closet raady for
Ail tint Flower Pots t,t tfabiy't,
y, an or the LATKST IlEaiUNS,
fiiMisio tn my customers and
my ITlACMflc EM aiocai. at my
Dublin, S -ptember 20. Twenty
a-med men went out from Ktnturk,
county Cork, near Millow, in brotd
daylight today and made open raids
in ass roll of arms.
Bslfast, September 20. Desultory
o inbats between mobs aad p'uiue oc
onrred in vaiiout parts cr Btif ist thie
vai.ing. but so far as known no ona
was futiliy inj uied.
Duin.tN, S-ptember 20 Several
mooo light nude were made last night
nponhiiises in the vicinity of Lie
tow ad, county Kerry, all the raids be
lli)? mmle in search of arms.
lis hi. is, September 20. T' e new
rottimrcinl treaty between (.rcrmnny
and iMtin pa.tsad its third reading ia
the Ritit hs ag without debate, ami the
(ess i ll thoieupc n loimally closed.
Beixin, 6er.t mber 0. The Btinde-H-ath
has approved the bill prov ding
for a rew commercial treaty w,tfJ
Spain. Ths closing proceedings of
the h'olclistag weie purely forma1.
Lo.idw, Sent"mbBr 2 The chol
era returns f ots Au-tria-lluttgary
since Inst repo 1 1 ow: Ttieste. S new
cast s, no deaths; Perth, 13 new raies,
4 riiMtro; Fiume, 1 new case, 2 deaths;
Pola, 3 new ca-tfs.
lioMs, September 20. TheeVenth
anniverssry of the entry of the ftal an
troipa into" R me In 187() was celrbrtit.
ed today with unusual pomp and cere
mony, owiog ta tho recent attitude of
tbe Pope. .
London, September 20. Advices
from Merv stMe that wn-fare is being
W-tgi-d between tho Afghans snd the
Inhaht'ania of Badukhstian. Fighting
had been going oa for a fortn'ght An .
attempt em the pa t of the Afghans to
annex BaHt-kbehan hvs led to the
etroggle. The British troops in CM
tral remain nenttal. s
Henry F. AVa sh ia a candidate for
the Leglelature, tuhjeot to the sction
of ths Democratic C invention, which
meets at the Exposition building on
Thursday, September 23d.
Cairo, Septsmbor 20. Night River
8 feet 8 Inches on ihe gauge. Weather
clear snd ooo).
Vicksbubo, September CO. Night
Passed ud: City of Nntohes, St. Louis.
Down : City of Baton Rouge, New Or
leans. Cincinnati, September 20. Night
River 4 feet 3 inches on the gauge and
rising slowly. Weather clear and
St. Louie, September 20. Night
River stationary, and atandafi 5 10 feet
nn the gauge. Weather clear and cool.
No arrivals or departures.
Louisviixi, September. 20. Night
River 3 feet 10 inches in the canal and
t foot 8 inches rn the falls and riting.
Business dull. Weather clear and fool.
This powder never vurlea. A marvel et
parity, strength and wbolesnmeness. atera
economical than the ordinary kinds, aa
eannot ba sold In competition wt.h the
mnltitade ol low teat, abort weightalnas M
phoapbate powdera. Hold only weaas. Rotai
Btaten Pown fn , ttv w.ft W.wVnrtr.
Special Notice to Shippers.
Miattaairrt asn Taanaaaai BAtLBOAB0e.il
Memphia, bepteinber 3, leKA- f
frtHK completion of ihe Yasno and Missis.
X sippl Valley K.tt., trom Jaokion. Misa.,
. Oreenwnod, miss , tirunn ur n nuu
AIL LINK, without brekof bulkortraas-
ferof freight, to following named pointst
Taaoo C'lly. tden, B. Lalte,
Mopn-Cin, iMIIeavllle, Nharhlriord,
Bhlnnientt to landings near these points
should be made to nearest station namea
above. .Your business is respectfully so
licited over the M. endT. Knad, aa Ire akt
reaches Its destination the fol'owine day ol
delivery at our depo . A.J kNAl'P,
tienerai rrsiim ns.n..
ajki vou reintiiir for t ie OrlrjtnaJ f SlheM.
- liovraronflniUutioiia. 11 1
aVameOennlue aiUeu bourUatnlaMausav.
JAMES MEANS $3 SHOE;
Hade In Button, vonrreaa an a uu-- '"j1-w
t. A Kir.iai iw
will hrlna otl tnfnnaa-
on liow to gt-i tlila shoe aa
uy buite or Iwrltor J.
SJSSa? y ""I"" " w,,rl'1- ,1.h"2:
'" GIN HOUSE
ALL re-sort. ii.alrocsTBa-ara
eat Bat", on WIN ,'
oommodoted by a 'P'ymg ts
Planters' Fire anv mrine
At 41 Blart'aaai HI.. Meta-phle, Ta
l i iV, !Ll . ' M,kv aWNHatl