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(liowuar to HCRRAT RIDGELT, )
TAILOR, DRAPERS IMPORTER
Ho. 38 MADISON STREET,
Is in receipt of a larger,
lected itock of CASSIMERES.WOBSTEDS, SUITINGS
and OVERCOATINGS, (all
lions,), tbaa was ever soottb
stock comprise! the choicest
and most daraUa goods in gentlemen's wear.
Samples and Prices on
'"Who hare left measures.
AMUSEMENTS.
MEMPHIS) THEATER.
4 . Jor Bsooita, Manager.
'Thuray, Friday and Saturday Kranings
and baturday Matinee, September 3Uth
and October 1st and 2d,
CHARLES h. ANDREWS'S
MICHAEL STROG OFF,
AMI 11INCET fjAKKITAI. CO.
ata-La-geat Dramatic Company Travelinf.
- Magolficnt New Scenery. Gorgeous Cot
. umes. Specialty Stan .
amAonin msJURT standi
By a Wall Drilled Company of liandiome
Young Ladies.
Mimday, October 4tfi LIZZIE EVANd.
, ' " "DOOMS Desirable rooms, furnished orun-
Mrs. Florence rin'ey Moore xv mmed. with board, m Market st.
. ,rTE0.ErV NI?.tni::.vyl;!;efeTt.ri,ll!1t.Tery
DANCING ACADEMY pL,AaAHT,.llfB.al,h.J,ro.tr,.,wl,h
Saturday. Oft. 2:tl, nt 3 P.M. X board; term reasonable; 87 Court St.
; ., O OOMS Furniihed room" with board
' KHJ Ms. r 121 Court alree.
POCKEt BOOK On Main at.rot. contain- QT. JAMES HOUSB-58 Adam street.
ins some lu.mey. Call a 201 Ma n St. O Board and lodging. 15: day bosrd. S3. 10.
- T7LIQIBLBR00MS-With superior hoard.
"- ,- MhAIfcl'. - X14 two bl )ok Irom Oayoso Hotel. 4i-3 Shelby
COW About 21ft September, one common pvESIRABLE Roomi. Iiirniehed or unfur-
ni.'dium siand red cow, about b or 7 jeara J ni,,hed, single or in suite, with board, at
old, marked with anderbit in each ear. Ihe 72 Madison street.
finJcr will be suitably rewarded by returning , . , ;
to 110 Madison street. W. a WOOD. "DEADTIFUL front rooms, ainele or eo
r : rT i-J suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
HORSE From 126 Reals street, on Batur- without boird; otberroomn, 104-lOti Couitit.
day, August 26th. a Unlit sorrel bone, -
white in laoe. A liberal reward for hie re- T30V8-Wlth or without board: terms
tnrnto MTtS D. H A ACK, 12ft Beale. IV reasonable. 140 MIlON ST.
FOR KALE.
FURSIITJRE All the fu-niture In First
. Baptist Church Pews. Chairs and Cai-
pets. Apply 10 joaapn rtrucq. oa munrue pi
-i A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS-Kear
Arx State Female College, tor sale on easy
monthly payments, at 14 to 86 per front foot;
two block, from street ears, In the most de
sirable suburb of Memphis. OnlyS50oaah
down required, and balance atllOper month,
T. A. LAMB, 10 Madison street.
LOT I hare a beautiful corner lot, l'Oi
135 feet, in the finest suburb ol Mem
phi", one block trom cars, in a delighttul
neighborhood, whioh I will sell at the very
low price of It) per foot, Teresa: $100 oash:
balanre, f u per month. Well fenced, witha
r new stable ou lot. Splendid for Investment
or home. T. A. LAMB, 10 Madison street.
COWS Two Jersey Cows and One Heifer.
I will pc 11 at F. A. JONES k CO.'s
STABLE?, on Monroe street, without re
serve) at 12 o'clock m., on .
MONDAY, OCTOBER 4,1886,
two Jersey Ctjwa, giving milk and In calf.
Also, a Ueifrr. All well b ed and of the
best milk and butter families.
Terms: Cash, or sixty days' T'ty accept
ance. E.W. LONtf.
C CHAMBER'S FOLDING MACHINE- But
J little used, and in good condition. Ap
ply at' APPEAL OFFICE.
LOT Cheap, on south side of Vance street,
160 feet west of Wellington street, 50s
24ufcet. Apply to W. B. ROGERS.
tWO STORY BRICK HOUSE AND LOT
. Apply at 7fi Front Street.
1HACK Hrrses, harness and license at a
bargain ; part cash, and balance in
monthly pay m ota.
Inquire at No. 75 Monroe street.
KICJwRESIDKNCFrOf six toouis. with
JL modern improvemems; No 493vnelby
j street. Ani ly to A. C. Treadwoll, Exeou
tor. No. U Union street.
THE lea e and fixtures of the St. Elmo
Hotel, Mo'idian, Miss, Twenty-five
commodious rooms, within three minntes
walk of the Union Depot; large sample
room on the street cextdoor; now doing a
good business and popular. Can be had at a
Bargain if applied tor within the next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Elmire. proprietor,
WenJ'an. Miss
rTUN Lot of tin, suitable for rrofing. Also
J- a large ice box. At Oabay's,4D9 Bhelby.
OLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low
enstein k Bros.'! must be removed at once.
Apply to JOHN REID, Builder.
NEAT COTTAGE Of six rooms, and lot
200x44, 54 Dean avenue. Inquire on
premises.
CHEAP One second hand ROCK AWAY,
neariy as good as new, at KH Unl n st
CEDAR FENCING POSTS-For sale by
W.R. LARHUN.LarainjTilie.Ala.
XTJ 00DLAWN 8T0CKFARM-In the stud
VV one thoroughbred Running Horse; fee
120. One Trotting Horse; fee, $10. OneJer
Dull; f. ta.sn Fob Ri. 30 Horses.
S Milch Cows, 15 head Butcher Cattle, Pea
cocks and Newlouidland Pups. Horses on
pasture, $5 per month : Texas norsas, 10c per
gay. Toiepnona juai.rH nunaaiieat. .
VTTEBIGHT PIANO-Good as new, aheap
U lor caan; or will exchange tor board
Artdr
K :H. Appeal office.
WANTED.
00D NURSE
Apply at this cflioe.
"CHAMBERMAID A reliable colored
KJ chambermaid at 72 Madison tticet.
Gr
ENtLtMSN B0ARDRPr-;
... mi ouemy street.
MME. CELIA'S AL' CREAM The
best bcautifierlntH' narkot. Free'rom
n anh.t.nji Iniiirlftll. th kln Ladv
agents wanted. Can it -,o u $25 to fr O
per week. Address m . CL1A, l vv
Randolph street, Chicago .
LADY AGENTS Our agents bare had
such wonderlal sucoesa aelllng Mrs.
Campbell's Combination Skirt and Beetle
(some clearing -4150 a month), that we make
this special request for all agen a who want
a steady, money making business, to send
stamp .(or .Catalogue. Also, Furnishing
Goods7t'Adarei E. H. Campbell A Co., 4t'4
West Randolph titreet, t Ineago, 111.
r 00D COOK-
Apply at 285 Linden street.
' . n It TV T 1 ia Iks ula
JtL bratcd (Jypt? CUirvoy-nt, at 177 Tmrd
atrcct, pear Poplar.
R
00 MS-Well furnished rooma, No. 81
TTX KT g.n Ladies, local or traveling. A
VV wonderful entirely new specially for
ladies only: $1 daily easily made; no p nolo,
no painting: particulars tree, juito. u.
LITTLE, Box 43, Chicago, 111.
POSITION-By a lady as mus'e teacher, or
toteauh young cbildron English branches.
Salary expooted moderate. Good home de
sired. Address ieacner, ijoipmons, mtas.
a ATAN-An intelligent. earnest man to rep
XYx resent, in his own locality, a large re
sponsible houso. A remunerative salary to
Tibt party. Steady position References
exchanged. tncrtcau .uanuiaoiunng ujubo,
16 Barclay pt.. H. t.
POSITION By a man thoroughly conver
sant with all the details i f bufinete.
An expert acoountsnt and book keeper. In
excepticnabio references. F. W ., t lis office.
s
ALESMEN In every State In the II' ion
j torerroBert a j"AliNU atftjNurAtiiun-
iua i4Tihi.is .sss T naring several
Brsoui.Tias thatare popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in connection
with other gftods. Address THE VM. B.
VHIOV MASliFl. Co.. RAI.TIMORF. Mn.
OCOl'PANTS Forfiont room, with dress
ing room, southern exposure, in private
farailv, convenient to business. Address X,
care LeUerj;amejrpavJVa8jgJonJ:
COTTON SEED WANTED. Hulls and Meal
forsale cheap aiiLCjBE OIL WOKK3.
SCRAP IRON-A quantity of stove plate,
machinery, setup iron and old car wheels.
Stuis Malleable rvn CoU Louis,Mo.
AM A"N-Ti take an office and represent a
manelaclurer; tdo per week; small
capital required AHdreas, with stamp,
Box 70, Wist Acton, Mass.
i-l L15S. FUATHElW Highest cash
J lJ priee paid by UAkAY, Memphis.
EVERYrODY TO KNOW-That 1
FILL TEETH WITH QOlO fol
next thirty days for $1 60. .
ill
Ai vt Dyuw,
243 Main sty,
Al.li QfiUI A SILVKR-Por cash or?
J ekacg. ATUtFORD, Jews er. 294 Main.
m B
more varied and better se
this seasoi'g Importa-
Ih thii market. The
designs, finest textures
application to those
TERSONAL.
DR. O. J. 8CHRRER, Surgeon Chiropo
dist, 211 Main street. Sixteen years
iraotiae in Memphis. Charges moderate.
.-II -K A kin. UK.. I ... S.AIB I ..Bl.
to 6 p.m. Hnrdays Irom 9 to 12 m.
FOR SALE, RENT OR EXCHANGE.
A GRAND NEW STOREHOUSE At Sur
rnnndad Hill. Arkansas, tha baStCOtton
region in that State, eighty-five milea from
Memphis and fifty mi es trom Little Rook,
on the M. and L. R. R. K. Aaply.to
No. 11 AUAMS riX., Mempnl', renn.
Also, several Sto:k Ranches in Grand
Prairie. Arkansa..
KOOMS AND 110 AIM).
FOR RENT.
00M9 Well furnished rooms, No. 81
Linden street.
T RTCK RESIDENCE For rent or lease.
i) Nn. 85 Madiann airnet. near Third, oc
cupied by te late Dr. R. M. Buddekn. To
a reliable party toe property will oe leased
lor one, two or three ;ers at a low rent. Ap
ply to J. S. ANDRkWri. Menaen k Co.
80
SAW COTTON GIN-And 7(00-Feet
taw Mtu. r. v. w Atust.iv
(COTTAGE A nioe new cottage with fonr
J rooms, large yard, sood cistern and all
co- veniences No. 135 Ross av.nue. Apply
to Mrs. X. tjulnlan, No. 131) Manassas street
R
OOMS Two nice furnished rooms, for
single gentlemen 217 Poplar street.
O
NE-HALF OF HOUSE-Suitable for light
housekeeping. 242 Desoto, near acoe
H
01ISK No. 83 Fifth street, Chclsos,
Apply next door.
C10TT0N OFFICE Apply to E. M. Apper
J son & Co., No. 364 Front street;
s
MALL COTTAGE
M. a. MCUOMH, 370 Adams
R
OOM Nicely furnished front room, every
convenience; at it? Madison streeu
-v mrm fiTnn. Ol . a I 11
anna niuftt-rtn uuor uu oaiinr,
JJ with side and rar entranoes, Nos. Stl
and 303, Main street. Possession Ootoberlst,
or sooner, it required.
Offices, No. 280 Seoond St.
Rooms for light housekeeping, No. 376 Pop
lar street, over drug stoe. At ply to
R.B. SN0WDEN or J. L. G00DL0E,
38 Madiann street.
TrtINEOFFICES-65 Madison street, next
i 10 waxeuuou ji'tioi.
B. M. ESTKS, 35 Msdison St.
THREE FL00RS-898 Main street: good
light' With or without elevatorj front
and rer entrance
TTOUSE8 On and near Walker avenue.
XI on Elmwood street car line, front the
1st September, several houses, from two to
eight rooms, in gtod repair. Apnly at 36
Union street. Jua. iiJgiuiT.
H
OUSK-20WfahiDgton 8 . : T rootm ni
S'
TOREHOTtSES-
Ho. Itin Main Mtrret.
No. 2H5 Mala Street.
No. 207 Main Street,
Apply to JAMES LEE, Ja., 4 Madison St
F
URN18HED H0USE-434 Vance street.
T300MS One large front mom, with small
i v ruum i.nu mrsD oiuni auiuiuiun uuiui '
nished, at 3tig Vanoe street.
T500MS Two furnished or- unfurnished
J V rOtlUlV I. ' - V iMHUIHUII BtrOOl..
RESIDENCE-342 Vance street.
Apply a' 334 Vance street.
IpLEQANT newly furnished rooms, bath
U room, etc. Inquire at 116 Court street
STOREHOUSES The three new first-class
Storehouses on Shelby street, next north
of the Gayoso Hotel. Terms teasonable
Apply to WARRINGTON MASON,
5H Madison street.
CHOICE OFFICES On r'econd story, oc
cupied for many years by Dr J. W. Neb
ion, Dentist, corner Union and Main streets,
Apply at 36 U nion street. JOS. LENOW .
DESIRABLE ROOMS-ultable for light
housekeeping, Noor. Seo'nd and Market
tPRONT AND REAR OFFICB-274 Front
j.' street; oonon-room and omoe; terms
moderate. Apply to
Tnni. MnnnvAt A no.
OUSE No. 162 Robinson street. 6 rooms,
..n.i- . j .i.i...
M yER-i A SNKHT. mnSai-owd st.
Aak yonr retailer for OHtrlnal S3 Shoe.
Beware of Imltiitiona. -4
Kono Genuine mnleea beaurlug tblaBtaunp.
JAMES MEANS' S3 SHOE.4
Made in Button, Vonirreaiand Lac BatOatf
g 6'Mn. Unexcelled In Dura-
VI iiu'TTI bUitu.ComfortandAvtKar-
aw. Apostalcardacntta
uawiu oring yuu imuruiw.
tlon how to gctthla Shoe la
l any fiuite or Territory.
J. Means st Co.;
41 Lincoln bi
jjOewn, waaa,
, This aboe atands higher In the estimation of
VaYlrrlTI snail Bail v ui m-a au s.ssu nui
aandawbo wosr U WIU UU you Uia reaaon U you
J. W. VOEGELI & CO.
Koch's Pat. Store
KII EI.VIXG in adjnfUhle to meet any Deed
I : 1 1. nn.a .... M.on nM tlln. (Vfl
lie pot up by any one. l ofqunlwl for
l'auiry nuu DWai nnt'ivvii auuibbi
KOCH A. D. COM Mfi s,,
ui M11!V NT.. PEORia. II X... or.
Slmmaea Hwnlwary 'o..St. I.onls.Mo.
J. P. HOLST & B110.
(enctEssoBS to g. h. holst a bbo.
Funeral Directors,
tlAVB BEHOVED T
Ho. 330 ECOND ST., MEMPHIS.
A FULL and oomplets stock of Wood and
Metallio Jasea and CaF':ots, Ciotbov
ered Caskets and Bur.ol Robes always oa
htnd. aey-Orders by telacrauh promptly
Bled.
A. 6. RHODES & CO
Have Removed to
aaa bhoond ssit
Where they will nontinue to sell Hone Fur-
1 sisning uoodi ibeaper iban Anyoooy,
and ob Xasier leriaai -
I,
1
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. il lllll III 1 leaiat'l'T"
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY,
LIGIITIU THE TORCHES.
BOB TAILOR TO BE RIGHT ROT-
. ALLY BECEITED.
Meeting at Ihe Peabod to Arrange
a Programme Assltaut Mar
tiials Appointed.
The nieetinir of Demociata at the
feabody Hotel yesterday avenios. to
arraoga for the reception of the next
Governor of Tennessee, the Hon.
Kobett L. laylor, was orsan:asd by tbe
election of Henry J. Lynn as chair
man ana itaipn Davie aecietary.
Un motion finance Uommittee,
as f illowa, waa appointed:
JTronl Street, AortA of Madison W.
A. Gage, J. J. Shoemaker, W. A. Ever
man. Front Street South of Maditon. R. W.
Harris, Sam H Phillips.
Mam and second Mreets, AortA of
Kadtson, P." K. Hopkins. Ike F.
PetniB, .
Main' and Second Street. Smith oL
Madion.l A. Wiigbt, R. H. Vance.
On motion, Uen. A. J. Vaushan. J.
M. ftiAnr. II. J. Lvnn nnrl W. A.
Gj(te tsero appointed- a committee to
meet and comer witn tbe leader npon
his arrival.
Arnold s Band was ordered, and the
Bluff selected as tha place for the
dumoDttration.
Gen. A. J. Vaushan wss chosen as
Grnd Marshal, witti unlimited pow
er, and determines lo tike advantage
of it by httaditig the fir.iLdest reces
sion which ever formed ou the Chick
asaw Bluffs.
A full programme will be published
in due time. Tbe following Assistant
Marshals were appointed yttterday :
from I he City.
U. W. Miller, C. W. Frayser,
James If. llunter, R.J. Black,
Thomas H. Boyle. S J. Shepherd.
John A. Powel, W. D. Cannon,
J.T. l'eitit. R. B. Armour,
Henry F. Walsh, K. e. Uuiiers,
James M. Malone, John H. Bradley,
John J. Ragglo, James E, Harris,
hamuel D. W eakley, lien J. J. Dupuy,
W. ts. Pope, Emmet L. Woodson,
John H. Leslie, Cspt. S. T. Carnes,
L. W. Clapp, L. L. rone.
W.H.Robinson. K. A. Odium.
John D Martin, John J. Maion,
Kim"n W. Green, 1 homes u. Jackson,
L. Sambuceth, H. L. Guion,
Finis MoGowan, W. J. P. Doyle,
W. 8. Lawless, A. Vaccaro,
M. T. Garvin, John Brennan,
Harry Goodyear, Chris. Kaiser,
G. V. Rambaut, Henry Martin,
Thos. Flannagan, Tom Garvny,
Simon Lehman, Ben Marsh,
Julius Behr. R. D. Jordan.
J. Algeo, Julius A. Taylor,
John r . mcuallum, A. M. Lomoem,
Dan Schloss, Keller Anderson,
U. Weatherford, Ralph Davis,
B. I. McDowell, J. E. Oliver.
T. F. Tobin, Frank Turnbull,
James Badinelli, Butler Rogers,
A. Uaribaldi, X. 1. laylor,
N. Malateata, Jeptha Fowlaes,
l)r. x. J, xancey.
" Front tbe Country.
FIRST DISTRICT.
H. M. Thomas, J. N. Barrett,
N. ii, Uaruthers, ur. r. a. ttjymoDa,
ltd btewart.
SECOND DISTRICT.
D. A. Merroll, S.A.Douglass,
W. E. Polk, E. T. Armour,
Vt. F. Kinoaue,
THIRD DISTRICT.
Ila E Douglass, B. F. Hawkir.j,
Wm. Coleman, John A. ll'll,
C. W. Graves, W. tl. Black.
FOURTH DISTRIOT.
E J. Wendel, W.C.King,
W. i. Jackson, m. natt,
Col. lionry Douglass.
FIFTH DISTRICT.
B. M. Stratton. Chas. Baolgalupo, '
C. M. Waldran, W. B. Royaler,
W. 11. Williams.
"-'' BIXTH DISTRICT.
Frank Gibson, Sim Mnrsh.
Ben Felts, Clarence Ca'dwell,
niioy layior.
SEVENTH DISTRICT.
W.R.Cross, Capt.8. A. Wenson,
It. A, Spicer, B. F. Wiliiford,
w. u. uonci.
EIGHTH DISTRICT.
W. II. Bond, Dr. D. O. Godwin,
Frank Bragg. Horace Grifliu,
Clarence Woodson, Riis Cole,
Jim Tuoker, John Dalton.
NINTH DISTRICT.
NickAlsup. J.W.Allen,
Dr. J. S. McKinley, 0. L. Webber,
Jonn eanueriin.
TENTH DISTRICT.
W.R.Harrell, - . J. T Biges,
T.T.McDonald, H. Irby.jr.,
J. m. rarabee.
ELEVENTH DISTRICT.
J. 8. Wei', N. F. Harrison,
G. K. btrickland, John 11. Aliup.
TWELFTH DISTRICT.
A. B, Ellis, W. H. Nelson,
ferd Farrow . E. E. Eiam.
THIRTEENTH DISTRICT.
T. P. Cole, W. II . Smith,
J. A. Howard, J. W. Levi,
vt . jr. nains.
FOURTEENTH DISTRICT.
A. J. Harris. W. Bierce,
Carl Bierce, Chas. LoClerc,
C. E. Pate, J. J. Williams,
Geo. B. Fleece. A. B. Bartholomew,
W. R. Patterson.
FIFTEENTH DISTRICT.
Ben Powel, J. S. Rawlings,
Arch MoCarver, G. R. Egnew.
SIXTEENTH DISTRICT.
W. L. narvey, P. P. Slaughter,
W. F. Gwynn, N. C. Perkins, jr.
SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT.
R. R. Stone, . John Hudgepoth,
1. noeuy.
EIGHTEENTH DISTRIOT.
Jno. R. Greer, H. E. Cannon,
L. 8. Lake, nob Anderson,
G. C. Scett, B. H. bharpe.
WILLING MITSESS.
Settaatlenal Storjr of lb Negro
t looser Wllbnr.
An inves'igation which promied
some seoBetiougl revelations was began
In the Criminal (Jourt ve.terday even
iog, but it failed to come up to expec
tations. A darky preacher named II.
H. Wilbur, who was sentenced to six
yeais in tbe Penitent at v some months
ago for swindling ignorant darkies by
taking money from them as tbe agent
of a secret socitty and appropriating
it to himsrlf, sr cured a reversal of tbe
aentent e in the fruprsme Court, which
held trit t it waa a partnership affair,
and while he was morally guilty, be
could not be reached except through
a civil suit. He was then tried on six
indictments for seling whisky, which
be bought with his booty,
without a Ixsnte, and given
the lull benefit of the law, which
fixed bis retidence nt tbe Workhouse
for six vear?. He was made a trrasty
by Justice Mason, woo was at that
time superintendent, and carried tbe
hands their dincer for stve.al months
without making sn efl'oit to escape,
One 8'urday evening he cot permis
sion t3 come to town to see his wife,
and when next faeatd cf wss in Oa
teo'a, Aik., organizing societies. He
wes ceptuted and brought back, and
shortly afterward abed his ahackles
and escaped from the gang, the stiard
filing several shots at biin without
any other result than to make him
move mere rapidly. A short timi
since he was again nabbed at bardie,
Miss., while he was in O19
act of organizing a society. He
bad a to-d big toll cf money
which lie had realized out of the good
work, lie attempttd to show yeater
day that be bad been allowed to go
by Superintendent Mason. He waa
put on tbe a'and and tcstifiod that
Mason told him if he wanted to es
cape be might do so, but that be must
leave tbe Slate, and if he would send
bim money he would not molest mm,
but if be failed be would bung him
back. He c'a'med that he had letters
at home, written by Superintendent
Mason, and said his wi'e knew where
they were.' She was sent for and sus
tained bim, bat after an absence of an
hour, returned with the statement
that she bad been nnable to find
them. Wilbur, when asked how he
relieved himself of his shackle when
he esrapad the second time, declared
that a guard named Dowell jave him
a key. The Court d d 10' entertain
his charge, and eaid he intended to
keep an especial eyo on tbe Workhouse.
TENNESSEE CUAL AND IKON
AKD ITS riBCBlSt ttr TBI BIG
. PRalT MINIM.
Hew Feeder for the Valley Road
Meelloir of aaosjero llssaa
loBton Astwla.
IsrsoiiL TO TBS ArrSAL.l
NaSHViLLa. Tkmn.. 8Dtember 29
At a meeting of tha Board of Diiectora
of both companies in this city today
the Pratt Coal and Iron Company, of
Alabama, consolidated with the Ten-
neasee Coal, Iron and Hiilroai Com
pany, This consolidation unites in
one company two of the richest min
ing and lana comr ani8 south of tbe
Onio river. The consolidated compa
nies own zou,uuu acres ot crmi and won
land in TenneEBee ar d 70,000 actes in
Alabama. They alreaoy have in
operation five bla' t furnaces and will
at ones put in nve new rnep, making
in all ten farraoes, witb a dai y nut
pat of over 10C0 tons cf iron. Ihe
consn'ida'ed stock amount' to $10,
000,000 and tbe company will In Ihe
largest mining corporation in the
world. Five of the furnncoi will be
located in Tennessee and five in Ala
bama, and they propcao to build sev
eral new railroad branches in addition
to those already owned by them.
AsaoeraTsn mess dispatch.!
Nashville, Tknn., September 29.
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad
Company, held here today, the par
chase by this compaoyot the Pratt
Coal and iron uompiny, the Alice
Furnace Company and the Linn Iron
Worke, of BitinitiglHin, Ala., was con
summated and confirmed. This ac
tion has brcught together under one
management probab y the largest and
most valuable e 'al and iron property
in the world. The provisions ol the
consolidation pats large capital in tbe
treasury of the company, and provides
lor the builomg ol nve additional
furnaces of 200 tons daily capacity
each, and the building cf 1C00 addi
tional coke ovens, tbe combined
properties now havirg five furnaces
and 1500 coke ovens in active opera
tion. Mr. Enccb. Jiosley, ol Uirmlng
ham, Ala,, was made president, and
Janes Bowron put in charge of tbe
financial afUirs of the company, in
connection with Nathaniel Baxter, jr.,
who will remain at the company's
headquarters aa chairman of tbe Ex
ecutive Committee, Mr. A. M. Shook,
of Tracy City baa been made general
mansgeriT.'ffcVtHillaiao, of Birming
ham, vice president and manager of
tbe furnaces.' 1 This combination is a
consummation' ofa-ccheme that marks
a new era in the South and demon
strates the foot that pig iron will, from
this date, be'niade in Tennessee and
Alabama At lees than $4 per ton.
: Jl' 'If id 1 1 I 1
A Hew Feeder of the Valley Hoad.
New'OrtWrjSjPrrtrtt,.'' -The Miss's-
sippl Valley Railroad Company will
shortly begin the construction of an
important feeder in tbe State of Mis
sies ppi. It will begin at Clarksdale,
Coahoma county, on tbe Louisville,
Hew Orleans and Texas, run down
Caacaday'a bayou and along the west
tack ot ihe xazoo river, crossing at
Y 11 zoo City, then flown tbe east bank
of the river to Vitkaburg. It will
penetrates great portion nt tbe moBt
productive land in the Yszso delta.
Tbe distance from Clarksdale to Yasoo
City is 110 milts, and from Y1.00 City
to Vicksbutg sixty mile, making ihe
total length of tbe line 170 miles.
Illinois Central Earnlnsrr.
Illinois Central railroad earnings for
the third wesk in Saptember, J88(l,
were $276,600; same week in 1885,
$277,598.
Hesotlallasr for Another Road.
C. P. Huntington has made a prop
osition through Albert Netter to buy
tbe Cincinnati and Eistern railway,
running from Cincinnati to Ports
month and tbe negotiations are quietly
progressing, with the chance cf nlti
mate success. In case he buys it tbe
read will be changed to a standard
gauge. -
Heeling of Manager.
Chicago, III , September 29. The
managers of tbe lines and members
of the Southwestern Passenger Asso
ciation, after a lapse of two weeks, got
together agaia today and renewed the
efforts toward pool making. The major
poition of the contract bad been agreed
to at a previous meeting, but it was
deemed advisable to asain take up tbe
whole cont'act anew. 'The conse
quence wss tbat the members struck
a snag in tbe first section, defining the
c asses of bnainees to be embraced in
the pool. Failing to reach any unani
mous conclusion, the meeting ad
journed until tomorrow morning. The
Hitch was ciusid by the lines termin
ating at the Missouri river insisting
tbat those continuing beyond shall
pool business originating at locnl
points west of the river and destined
for points est of the Mississippi.
There is considetable doubt expressed
as to whether tbe conflicting interests
can be harmonized.
TKANSFEKS.
Lynns Wallace ti T. B. Haynts,
truetf-. to secure J. L Cocke & Co. in
sum of f !34 55, 4 head of mules
C. in . Collis to Tuivg'e & KiiLbrough,
1 ac h in Germuntown, lor the sulj
of -..
A. J. Harris to F. T. Edmondson,
east half t-t ctioa 11, towesbip 1, range
8, of the Chicka-aw ce aion, 160 acres
of land, for the sum of 11800.
B. Fenton and wile to Mrs. Fannie
Mneers, lota 21 and '22 ol Preston's
subdivision, on aouth side of Court
street extended, for tbe sum of $1."0().
A. O. Welborn, deed, to 0. B
English et al., school directors of
Eighth Distric', 1 acre land in Wel
born (rect, consideration not stated.
Ad Ice to Mother.
Mrs, Winslow's Soothing Syrup
should always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
sufferers at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes aa "bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to taate. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulate the
bowels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether ajising from
teething or other causes. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
SEPTEMBER 30. 1886.
THE LEVEE FIAD.
HOW TIIK K1TER COMISSMN
r)'t WILL EX PESO IT.
An Inspector of Halls for Memphis
to lfe Appointed Octo
ber tith.
A grout deal of interest is felt in the
p'ans of Ihe Kiver Commission as
there is much work of an important
and pressing character necessary to be
done. Tbe create st difficulty in the
way tbe failure of Congn as to pro
vide for tbe compensation of a com
mission has been ovtrcome by the
voluntary agreement to go ahead with
out pay for their eervicts
It is stated that tbe apportionment
of the 1400,000 for the building of
levers will be as lollops: For levees
on the west bank of tbe Mississippi
river betwern the Arkansas State line
and tbe month of Kid liver, $100,000;
for Morgans levee sou'h of Red river,
$40,000. This n.akes a to al of $17.,
000 of wh'ch Louisiana will get the
benefit, as toe Opossum Folk line will,
when built, give much prottction
to Louisiana as if the money were ex
pended in Ihe S'a'e. On the east bank
of tbe river between Memphis and
Vicksbutg $100,C00 has been appropri
ated by the commies'on for levees,
and in onnectiou with the work at
Lake Providence another flOO.OiO bas
ben apportioned for levee work.
Thus it will be seen of the $100,000 all
has bnen apptrtioned txcept $25,010,
which will be kept lor (ontingunciea.
The c uimiiB on w 11 at one resnme
work at Plum Point and Providence
Kei-cb, where cpeta'ions have hi en in
ji regret s for several 3 eats for the im
provement of the Lavigation of tto
river. Work will also be commenced
at the bead of the Atcbafalaya, to pre
vent that stream from (urt lit r wash
ing out and en'arging its capacity as
an outlet.
Steamboat Inspector.
The resignation of Hiram O. Brtz'r,
Beptibli an, v,ho has betn Inspector
of Hulls in thic, tbe Sixth D.striot,
,was handed in some time ago, but was
not accepted ULttl about ten days
s nee. His enctefBor will bs noinl
nstsd on October 6th, and dpt. Irwin
Dugan, who is now in LonUviile, is
expected to srrive here in a few daya
to attend a meeting of the Boat dot
Appointment which is compo-ed of
Judge Hammond, Surveyor Tobin and
Iuspector Dugan. Tbey agree and
recommend, aud the sppoibtment is
made by Secretary Manning. The
position is worth $1500 per annum,
and there are about twenty-five appli
cants. Prominent among them are:
J. D. Randall of Memphis, Oicar
Postall of Memphis, Joe Flynn ot
Memphi, E O. Murray of Paducah,
L. W. Monroecf Memphis, and others.
There is now only one Republicaa
ollic al left n tha entire district of
which Capt. Dugan is the official bead.
J. W. Allison, Inspector of Boilers at
Nashville, a position wi h a salary cf
$1210 per annum, was the Republican
official under tbe Arthur adminittra
tion, and has not been removed, bat
will be in due time. Capt. Dugan
think. Ihe Democrats tugbt lo have
the olilcsp.
AMUSEMENTS.
"Hlnbael BtroaoflT-"
The Micliael SrovroJcombinatlon will
arrive this morning and open an en
gagement of three nights and a niati
tiee tonight at the Memphis Tueatar.
They bring their own scenery, all of it
bav ng been painted this summer, and
judging ftom the names in the cast
will sive a good performance of that
superb spectacular drama.
Ilarnuin'a Ureal Clreue.
For more than fl'ty years past P. T.
Burnum has been before the publio
catering to their amusement aud in
struction, and during that time be has
been tbe originator and manager of
nearly all the lariest pub io enter
prises in this country. All his past
gnat achievements, however, are
dwarfed by com pari on with bis pres
ent enormous exhibition, and wnich
in its entirety will come here on Mon
day next, October 4tb. His this year's
shows, complied u. der the name of
the United Bjrnum and London
Shows, cona-ts of nine immensely
large exhibitions in one, with three
full circus companies in three rings, a
museum of living wonders, two doa
ble menagerie?, a big elevated stage,
the great Roman hipprodrome, tbe
congress of giants, reproduction of
Jumbo; Alice, Jombo's widow; the
ivory boned elephant tksle'on, Mir
amha baud, troupe of Arabs, etc., is
transported upon a railroad train a
mile long; has 800 people on its pay
roll ; requins a tent covering ten acres,
seating 20,0' 0 persons, with two other
tents each 300 fret long. Herds of ele
phants, camels, 500 horses, 1-5 ponies,
and hundreds of wild animals are un
der other huge canvases.
KACINfcr llECORD.
Trotilnff mt Lexington, Kjr.
T war 1 uitenu V v HartfanKa 70
JvjWAinu ion. jn.it, JJ ajviajj una aiv,
The Kentucky trotting Jloree Breed
era' Associat on tro's commenced to
day with fair attendance and cool
weatber.
In the 2 :27 clawt, parse $ 100, mile
heats, 3 in 5, r. a, Talbot's Astral won ;
Weibiasfleld & Co 'a Grover Cleve
land. 1. 6. 3. 2: John B. Wilmore's
Wilmore, Z, 3, z, 3; w. a. wiisons
Ladv Thome. 3. 'I. o. o: Morrnaan
Salter's Orinan, 6, 4, 5, 4; II. P. Kel
ly's Nettie ii, 4, 0. 4, o; w. l.
Orabb's B inner Bov, distanced. Time
-2:'2bi. 2:20. Z:26. 2:26.
Ia the yearling race, half mile heats,
2 in 3. II . O. McDowell's Tsntallon
won; Fashion Stub Farm's Myriad, 2,
2; tamual McKeen's Hoc, 3,4; S. P.
Metre's Bumarck Wilkes, 6,3; J. u.
McWilliams'sGrey Velvet, 4, 6; Da
vid Cahill's Lady Cahill, 6, II. Time
-1 :27i, 1 :3(i
The 1 rack al Urlahton.
BmanTow Biacii, L. I., September
29. Fint llace. Three-qnariers cf a
mile. Glendon won by lour lengths;
May W. second, Glonbur third. Time
-1:17J.
Second Race. Selling allowances,
three-quarters of a inilr. Charm won ;
Boreas second, ventilation tnira.
Time 1:171.
Tiirtf lia.ee Seven furlongs. Big-
head won by a length; Cato second,
Btirffunda third. Time 1 :'M.
fourth Race. Three quarters of a
mile. Saluda won by hall a lergth;
Fran second, Delia tseauu itiira
Time 1:153.
Fifth Race. One mile. Ferd Kyle
won: Eizabeth second, Treasurer
third. Time l:43i.
Sixth Rac.Ooo mile. Mam'e Hunt
won by half a length ; Barnum second,
Lord Lome th rd. Time 1 :4&t.
' VandrutT
IS BSMOVID BT THB ttSB Ol OOOCUSIRB
And it stimnlatos aod promote tha
srowtn ol tha hair.
Barnatt'i Flavorisg Kx tracts are tha
bat.
K. 8LAGER,
Tailor and Importer.
"f7'Tilj STOCK lg sow complete. ThaI.argost, Choicest and
Moat Varied I kave ever offered la Mempbie, consisting of all tie
1NOVKLTIK IN FAfMlV kl I 1 1 M.m" WOK HTK l' I ILL,
TIIK LATK8T ITIUS, OVkHCO.TI!-n AMI FANCY
PINTALWONS lo great variety, all of the LATEST IsEAIGNS,
latroduced by tbo Leading Importer
many. 1 wish to make M
NFSCriAL,
Inspect ray
tae publio to ci
OA.B STANJS
Cor. Sicond and Jtffarson
THE JETVIS1T NEW YEAR
Will, BBSERERALLY OBSERVED
BY IMAELITf TODAY.
Eeadlnar Bnelaou Ilenaee Will! B
Vloaed and Divine Mervleea Held
at Iko Temple,
The Jewish New Year basins today
acd will be generally observed by our
Jewish follow cit'zins. Stores will bs
clojed, religious services conducted at
the Temple and the day devoted to
prayer in the forenoon, snd Xew
Year's calls in the afternoon and
evening. According to the Hebrew
calendar today U iha bfginning of
the oaivih year and the tirst
day ot the month of Tiabr'.
The Hebrew name for it is
Hisli Hoshonah and next to Yom
Rippour, the day of At.immient, it is
the hulitet In the calendar. All
places of Jewit-h worship are naual'y
rrowded on New Year's (lay, and three
who have been dtreliit in thoir duties
daring Ihe year gone by take advant
age of the otca ion to renew their ol
leaianco to the God of Israel. It mat
tnrs not how loosely a Jew may regard
the obligation of remembering the
Habbutu day and keeping it holy, oa
Roeh ' II ahonuh and Yom Kip
pour he wi.l rjiura to the
bosom of tbe iviipirtrue
and tho e by devont prayer make pre-
less.on 01 atonement aud pray it r lot
giveness for past h'us. A beautiful
custom once existed of makirgNew
Yeat's day the occesion for reconcilia
tion c f eatranted friends, but th'S cus
tom is filing in odieuee. Among the
oliHOtvances of the day is the sending
of New Year's cards and other written
and printed expressions of friendship
and wiehis for a bnppy New Year.
The thriving trade done daring the
past week by the local dealers in high-
y embellished cards of this descup-
tion is evidence that these little atten
tions are not forgotten here.
Divine serv ca was h'ii- At tbe fol
iar Street Temple at 0:30 o'clock p.m.
yesterday, and services will again , be
held there this morning at 0:30
o'clock. Rabbi Samfield will deliver
a New Year's sermon, and those who
have never heard should not neglect
the opportunity of heating the elo
quent divine on a subject that never
lai s to inspire him.
MINNEAPOLIS HILLS.
The Flonr Onlnnt for Ihe Week
Ex aorta, Keerlpta and
btpmenl.
Minnkapomb, Minn.. Saptember 29,
Tlte A'ortliwentern Miller says: The
mills failed only a low hundred barrels
of making 140,000 barrxls last week,
Tbe total production was 139,190 ba -
rels, averaging 23,183 dally, against
132,810 the preceding week, and 125,
775 barrols ttie corresponding time in
1885. The ranks of tbe oporating mills
have been swelled this wtefc by one
of 200O barrels capacity, which has
been idle tbe past fortnight, making
the number now running nineteen.
The proportion of new wheat used is
increasing. Aside irom a little Driitie
n s", it improves in milling qualities.
All the mills are maklrg aa much
(lour as they can, some having press
ing orders to fill. There is a decided
increase in the Hour exports, but this
can hardly ba taken as a gauge of the
nawAniiettV 1 i iiai v naa Man ik A neriutaa TXrrarA
generally booked a wet k or moie ago.
The flour market is dull and prices
lower, millers not being willing to sell
much at the figures ollered. The di
rect exports last week were 03,400 bar
rels. Receipts for the week : Wheat,
1,084 600 bushels. Shipments: Wheat,
195,250 bushels; flour, 140,890 barrels;
mill stuff, 4426 tons. Wbeat in store :
St. Paul. 198.000 bushels: Dulnth,
6.267,715 bushels; Minneapolis, 2,510,-
179 bushels.
THE MACKIN CASE.
Petition for a Writ of Habeas Cor-
pua-Tbe Objeotni the Petition.
Ottawa, III.. September 29. John
O. Richherg, who was associated with
Emery Storra in the detente of Joe
Macklna year ago, appeared before
the Supreme Court today and pre
sented a petition for a writ of habeas
corpus, praying that a writ may be Is
sued and Mat kin brought before the
Court, that;inqairy may be mads into
tbe cause of his detention, and upon
return of said wit that Mackin may
be discharged. The 'eal ohiect of tbe
petition seems lo be to get Mackin oat
of the penitentiary, so his bondsmen
in the United States Court, McDonald
and others, may deliver him np to tbat
tribunal and they be relieved of tbat
$0,000 bond. The Court took the pe
tition under advisement, and will an
nounce the decision tomorrow. The
chief ground for tbe demand la that
tbeCriuiii al Court had no right to
try him, Mackin being at tbe tune in
the custody of tho Federal Court. It
is alto urged as a teason for the issu
ance of tbe writ that the county grand
jury called upon him to testify in the
inots being investigated before Judge
BkdgHtt and that he should not have
been forced to try bis case before
hand. .
JJASEBALL.
Dnaeball Yeaterday.
At Philadelphia-Phi'adelphia, 8;
Chicago, 5.
At Washington Washington, 2; St.
Louis, 2.
At 1'ittBburg Athletic, 6; Pitts
burg, 3.
At Louisville Metropolitan, 7;
Louisville, 0.
At St. Louie Baltimore, 11; Et.
Louis, 7.
At New York New York, 4; Kan
sas City, 1.
At Boston Detroit, 6; Boston, 4.
NotUc
Miss Mamie Mulvey. formerly with
Mrs. A. T. V. Vianni, has gone into
the drersmakina business at her real-
1 x' .. u.i , r . -,Maf ..1.HI.1I
and will be pleased to see all her old
friends. All latt st styles and a pert set
fit guaranteed.
Babscrtbe for the "Appeal."
of England, Franoe and O.r-
PIKMTION to my customer aad
mAUNlVICavNT UTOt-Sa. at as
Sts.,
Mtmphlii Tmd.
A HESDISn WOMAN
Hires earoeaioHlll Ho Hen bond
Tho BIiirdoreroOaa4ard.
Ralbioii, N. C, September 2ft. -Last
Thursday night the store of A. D.
Owens, at Cresswell, Martin county,
was entered by burglars, Owens'a
dwelling adjoined the stir. He
heard a noite and stepped to the door.
As be did eo he saw two burglars, one
of whom raised a gun and fired. Forty
buckshot entered the stomach of
Owen, who in a few minutes was a
corpse. Since that time the authori
ties have been on the track of the burg
lars and murdarers. Monday night
Sheriff Sprewill srrived atPi:tiuth
wi'li tbe wile of tbe mnrderej man
and two neg'ops. Ano'hsr neitro,
Jamrs Davenport, alias James Am
brose, was shot and killed.
One of the negroes made a confession
some days ao as follows: TrntMrs.
Owens had hirnd them to kill ht-r bus
band. She wished them to drown
him, and prepared water in a barrel
for that purpose. She gave him med
icine to put him in a s und s!oi, and
the three negtnes sctua'ly ttcoi by
his bedside ready to commit tbe crime.
Their courage fulled thm. Fir-ally
Ambrose, some night altorward, en
tered tbn store, and when Oaens ap
peared Bhot him. Ambrose was-pur-
Htisd, and on makirg a desperate at
t'nipt to kill the members of the
SberiU s possp, was shot through the
heart. Mrs. Owens and the other two
nocrofB ate now in jail at Plymouth
to await trial.
LAW HE PORTS.
Circuit Court Kelee, J 11 else.
Calendar for today: 8008, B. F.
Laird vsE. O. Whitak-r; 8880, H T.
Hunt vs Mrs. Nettie L orard: 8971,
J. B. Conk, uss, etc. vs Ui.ion S . ck
Yards: 8030, J. B Cook vs Wood
Manufacturing and Lumber Co.: 9085,
PeclHc Exprers (V.. vs P. Pi P ckard,
comptroller; 9087, Janus 8. P eattse,
use, etc. vs Panola O 1 Wcrks; 9038,
Matt Coon vs Carver Cotton Gin Co.;
9090, W. J. Chaee va Jessie Polk et al. ;
9093, Van R Rvnn va P. McOaddon &,
Co.: 90H4, (ha-. M-is vs W.D.Can
non, sheriff; 9097, S ilomon Taylor vs
C.Wentherford; 9099, Memphis Metal
and Wood Co. vs V. L. Snead; 9100,
Minter Parker va W. T. D.vis; 0105,
A. H, B. Shel'on, president vs L'zxie
McDonald; 0108, J. W. Page va J. S.
Drake; 9109, M. Donohne vs E. Fits
gibbons; 9112, 3. M. Duffy vs J. J.
and Ella Sheridan (-9113, M. II. Railly
vaJ. J. and El at-htridan; 9115,11.
Jones vs Pat Cionev ; .9116. Memphis
Sc'.mitar vs J. U. Bull: V 91 18, R. N.
McDaniel vs II. Hemple; V120, John
Hammerstein vs Johnson it Meagher;
9124, Mat tie French va Wash Adams;
9125, G. A. Heinrlch vs F. 4. Wittlon;
912(1, James Maydwell vs J, O. Oatesj
9128, Rutlndgn & Lagomaralno vs
Mullally Oil Co.; 91.30, Foster, Paul
& Co. vs Sam May; 9131, Star Oil Mill
vs Jno. E. Randlo & Co. ; 9132, II. G.
Hollonberg vs Chrio. Nelson; 9130,
Geo. Walton vs H. Mosby; 9137, Geo.
Elliott vs Sol. Vendig.
Criminal Court-Dnbo.e, Judare.
Calendar for to-day: 25, Thos. Blair;
20, Simon Stevenson ; 20, Samuel Can
non; 28, Tom Lewis; 2, Eliza Walls.
Jewl.h Trouble at Si. Louie,
St. Louis, Mo., September 29. The ,
troubles which for some time past
have existed in tbe Jewish Congrega
tion of Sbaare Elith Temple, tha
wealthiest and most prominent syna
gogue in this city, has finally resulted
In disruption to the extent tbat over
100 of tbe members of Shasre Elith
have left that society and organized
another congregation nnder the charge
of tbe former Rabbi ot Br aa'e Elith,
Dr. Sonneruhein, and touight they
held their inaugural services in Me
morial Hall. A large audience waa
present and tho services were quite
impretsive. The new - organization
embraces many of the leading and
moat progressive minds among the
Jews in the city, and It promises to
I become one of the largest aod most
( influential contresations in tha West.
Absolutely Pure.
rrvt- n.v.i vvrltM. A mftrral of
More
.oonomloal than the ordinary kinds, and
oannot bo .old In competition w'..li tn
multitude ol low test, short weiani aiuip .r
Phosphate powdore. iMrf mly ,"
B A tiao Pownaa On.. It" Wall at..NwVoek.
REMOVAL.
OltoSclivil!iCo:s
SEED STORE
Removed to 308 Front St.,
Betwsea Monroe and Madtsoa, Hearlf
Opposlta Pvto8. -
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