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, (gaceeeeor to HURRA T RIDGKLY,)
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
So. 38 MADISON STHEET,
Is In receipt of a larger, wore varied and better se
lected iteck of CASSUtEEES,WOBSTEDS, SI 1T1S6S
u OTEBC01TISGS, (all
Uenj,) thai was ever skewn
tck enpriiei the ckoicest
aad most 4 arable goads In gentlemen's wear.
t& Samples aael Prices on
who have left measure ' '
' Joiara Baoots, Manager.
, ae oararaay avaningg f
I f .
Matinee, BepimDr JUitt
and uctooer ii -CHARLES
AIB HIMVET ejARXlV.il, CO.
,-gest Uramati v
cat New Moaner
Dramatia Company Traveling-.
JlacoiScat New feenery. liorgcoui Cj-
Hntsa. NllMll V OtarB.
By a Well Drilled Company of Handsome
Monday, October 4th LI.ZIK EVANd.
Mrs. Florence Finley Mcore
WILL REOPEN HER
Saturday. Oct. 2S(I. at 8 P.M.
"a riJT.F.Y COW Vcd aidea. white strips on
1X back and split in can; about 5 yearn
Id; 5 reward.
218 Trnneseo tr-et.
A T AUCTION-Monday, October 4, 1BS-6.
Xi at 10 o clock, at Jf. A. Jones i C'o.'s
stable, H2 Monro ttrret, eeven Texas Pooiei,
two Mules ana inree iiorie. icruii cam.
UiURNllURB All the furniture in First
J? Baptist Chnrch Pews. Chuirs and Car-
pets. Apply to J opepn jirnce. monroe ni.
iA BEAUTIFUL BUILDINQ LOTS Near
-State Female Collexe, tor sals on easy
monthly payments, at 14 to6 per front foot;
two blocks from utreet oars, tn tha most de
irable ruburb of Memphis. Onlytouotsh
down required, and balance atlll) per aionta.
T. A. LAMB. 10 Maditon street.
LOT I hay a beautiful corner lot. l'Ox
135 feet, in the finett suburb ot Mem
phis, ene bloek trom ears, in a delightlul
neighborhood, which I will sell at the yery
low price of 0 per foot. 1 eror s : S1U0 esfh i
balana, $20 prr menth. Well fenoed, with a
newtableon lot. Pplendid for investment
or home. T. A. J.AMU. 10 Madisnn street.
IOW8 Two Jarner Cows and On Heifer.
J I will sell at F. A. JONES A CO.'s
8TABLKS, on Monro street, without re
serve, at 12 o'clook. m.t on
MONDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1886.
t.n J.,m Cows. ivin milk and in calf.
Also, a Heifrr. All well bred and of the
bent milk and butter families.
Tarnut Cash, or sixty days' city aocept-
IHAMBKR'8 FOLDING MACHINE- Bnt
W little used, anoingooa conamon. ap
ply at APPEAL OFFICE.
.-f HACK Hcrsos, harness and license at a I
-L. barcaln: wart oasn, ana osianc u
monthly pjj meats.
Inqalre at No. 75 Monro street.
TUK lea e and natures of tha St. EI no
' Hotel, Meridian, Miss, Twnty-fiv
oomHiodioas rooms, within three minatee
walk of tk Unioa Depot) large aampl
room oa the street next door now doinc a
irood business and popular. Can be had at a
bars am if spplied lor wilhin toe next thirty
days. Apply to Charles El mire, proprietor!
TIN Lot f tin, snitaHe for rcoflns; Alio
a large iae bx. At Qabay's.4U9 ehelby.
OLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
Senate Rulldina. ocouoied by B. Low-
nstein A Bros.': muit be removed at ono.
. i . - " t . , 1 1 nt'm 1 i ,1 . -
NEAT C0TTAOE-f six rooms, aad lot
200x44, 64 Dean avenue. Inquire on
.OHEAP-Oa second hand ROCKAWAY,
neariy as rooa new, mv-i unun si
CEDAR fENCINft POSTS For sals by -W.
R. LARKIN, Larkinsvillo. Ala.
W00DL WN STOCK FARM- In the stud
one thoroughbred Running Hone ; fee
S-VI On Trnttina Horse I fee. 110. OneJer
8 Milch 6owa, IS hesd Butchor Cattle, Pea
ocks and Newfouidlind Pups. Horses on
Dsature. tS oer month ; Texas horses. 10c per
dy. Telephone JOSEPH BURN KY. 852.
WAS I ED.
Apply at this office.
. riTTlTATTON As henaekeeper or nurse by
O an experienced white woman. Apply at
lt!4 Court street.
MAN COOK First-olass.wbo undorstndi
hnth nnltrviLnd mnR.t OOoking. for TAll-
road eating house. Apply at Qoodbar ACo.'s
MME. CELT As" ALVA ORFAM The
best beautifierin the market. Free from
an .nk.tinrji ininriiUH to the lain Lady
agents wanted. Can make trom tX to tO
' par week. Address MVIE. CEL1A, 447 .
Randolph street, Cnioago. 1
POSITION In some reliab busl-ess
, house from Jaaui-ry 1, Into (wholesOe
preferred), by a Virsinian, S4 years old, who
'has had tha past three years lirao'ioxl r s-
perienc as a bookkeeper, ana ne wo pre
Tiousas manager tn a manufartu'ing eaiab
ilu.h. rn furnl.h the hft.i rafarencea.
Ad. Wm. Nelson, jr.. Box1'"' - ichmond.Va.
QTAMPISG AND EM1 KuIUliiiiJiWi o
ss j aiamama.
i tf "GOOD.-HRAIL'
i-.ll and Birming
XjyJ To work on l
vn. Tiaiirn.flt woah. i- (i ur dirt board.
.tIM per week. Inquire ttuiiellville, Ala..
" 18 miles sonth of Tas(U" ria, Ala
EATON k FORD, tontraetors.
- -lVrnsi-T. th lt h a nnaral green
V V sand moulder; referencei good. Ad'
dress - - R. B., this ofBo.
S" ITUATICN As
CHAMBERMAID A reliable eolored
J chambermaid at 72 Madison street.
EN tLBMEN BOARDERS-
09i oneioy aract.
T ADY AGENTS Our agn hav had
I i wnnriArfnl ancoesa Belling Mrs.
Campbell's Combination Skirt and Bust
(some clearing S150 a month), thBt we make
this special request for all agen t who want
- -. - - i - .nnn makin. hn.incsa. to send
stamp for Oatalosue. AUo, rurnishinj
Goods. Ailnro-s E. H. Campbell A Co., 4J4
West Randolph Street, Chicago, ill.
..vtvpovenliv Tn a.II nit fa. the celt'
xli brated Gj psy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
T300MS Well furniehod rooms, No. 81
X V Linden street.
TTT A KTl'n T..;.. nrl nrtr.velinff. A
W wonderful entirely new specialty for
ladies only, U dully easily maae; no nnoio,
no pninting; purtietilara free. MRS.
LIITLK. Box 413, Ch cago. III.
T30S1TI0N By a Indy as muc teacher, or
X toteacn yonDgonnaren lvnftneu urnuuuo.
resent, in B
. .;vi. hmiae. A remunerative salary I
ri.ht norty. Steady position References
xohanred.Amrrican Manufacturing House,
IS Barclay rt., n.i.
SALESMEN In every Stat In the li' ion
UMtSSfet 'pAlfp MANUFACTUR
ING ESIAbLISIiJIENT having s.veral
SraouuTirs tht.taro popular and easy sell
ing. Cnr bo handled alone or in conuooUon
liith mlier eoods Address TUB WM, H.
' VPIOF v"Nf"i VG CO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
COTTON SEED WANTKP. Hulls and Meal
fors" le cheap at GLOBE Oil. WORKS. ,
AM AN Ta Uk an offic and represent a
m.Tvni.eiiirer: S50 par week; small
capital required Address, with sump.
Bm 7il. West Acton, Masa.
1 fCf LBS. FEATHERS His-hoet cash
XJ 'J pneo paid by HASSi. meinfun.
mvuLVPonv Tn trxmW Tlint 1 will
XTj FILL TRKTH WITH GOLD for th
n.rt thirty tor II 50.AwEg8()Ni.
43 Main sret.
moderate, uooa nome ao- i gffSt Jkfr .'" K'.1
- Aeacoer. sjhiuuiuub. giifp. -, .,.-0 WE tt z J c.1. WT
llicent.earneat man to rep- v-3.si; Wli-fi'.-lis
own locality, a large re- & 0-.'5CS-T',
i n toAT n At btt.vkr VAPAuh or tX
a sjaw - - 7 j
taia seasoa's iperta-
ia this market. Tht
designs, .finest textures
application to those
Tvnl-1 will nay a liberal raward for r-
U turn of my l'g. lemon ana whit
2H Main itreet.
POCKHrBOOK On Main itreet, oontain
Inn Home money, cn at gft Ma-n Ft
DR. C. J. RCHHKBR, Burgeon Chlrepo
dist. 211 Main street. Sixteen years
praotioa in Memphis. Charges moderate
Call and see him. ('flics hours from 8 a. in
to 5 p.m. Hardays from 9 to 12 m.
FOR SAI-E, KKNT OU EXCHANGE.
A GRAND NEW STOPEHOUSE-At Bur-
ii rounded Hill. Arkansas, the belt cotton
region In that State, ei(ch'y-6.ve miles from
Metnnhis and fiftv mi ea from Little Rook.
on the M. and L. H. K. K. Anp'y to
Also. e viral Block Ranches in Urand
STRAYED OK S10LEN.
COW Medium sid red cowi crumpled
horns; crop aad an underblt on each
ear: lett lau arid v. September kttln. win
pay a liberal reward on hr return to m at
f.ltnwoon i;eme-erv. if s r, tvijfUj-Uj-i
ROOMS AXI) BOARD.
OOMS-Pleosuot furnished room", with
; board, for ladies or aentlen en. Tor
very reasonible. 392 Court Eitended
rJOOM-A larea f l.mnt ront room, on
LX around Boor, unfurnUhed, suitable for
tsntleman and wifi or a couple of (ingle
gentlemen, wita Doata. at
13 Aaams street, corner or iniro.
DESIRABLE RCOMS-Wlth boa'd, at
72 MADISON ST.
ROOMS Deflrsble rooms.furn ished or an.
lurniihcd, with board. 86 Market St.
"VTICE, newly furninhed rooms, with very
Xl bt bsrrt. at No. m court ft'eet.
TJLRA9ANT, nnfurniiihed front rocm.with
X board; terms leuonable; 87 court st,
HOOMS Furniehed room' with board.
121 Court utreet.
OT. .TAMES HOUSB-58 Adams street
O Board and lodtina. t5: day botrd. tiM.
-rTU.IOTM.lt ROOMS With inner or hoard.
Hi twoblockitrom Oayoi- Hotel. 463Shelby
nW ATlTTTflll. front rooms. Simla or an
Fj suite, furnithed or nnfurnlibed. with or
without board; otaerroomi, liH-iuorouuss.
"DOrJYfS-WIth or without board: terms
fx reasonable. 140 MADlSON ST.
Two stories, nina rooms.
J3 on Mulberry street
DR. 8 A. POOL.
STOREHOUSE Four story and basement
storebooie. No. 254 Front street.
MALJ-iUn I, CHAW UKU m.
OOMS Well furnished rooms, No. 81
Linden street. .
-nRTCK RKSIDKNCE For rent or ease.
11 No. RS Madimn llrnet. near Third. OO-
oupled by t-e late l)r. R. M. Buddeke. To
for one, two or three yean at a low rent. Ap-
l ronabie nartv ine uroperiy win oe leaeeu
plyto J. S. AHDKE.WH. men'en a uo
COTTON GIN And "OOO-Feot
jr. 1. rr Ailrittrv
T? OOMS Two nic furnished rooms, for
XV single gentlemen. 217 foplsr nreev
r N E-H ALF OF HOUSR-Soitable for light
W housekeeping. 242 Desoto, near v ano.
COTTON OFFICE-Apply to E. M. Apper
J son & Co., No. 804 front street.
T A Ran RTORTC First floor and cellar,
XJ with side and rar entrance, Nos. 3C1
and 303.Main street. Possession October 1st,
or sooner, if required.
Tiffin.. Nn. Kftmind It.
Rooms for light houaokeeping, No. 376 Pop.
lar street, over flrug gto! e. At piy 10
R. B. 6N0WDKN or J. L. GOODLOE,
38 Madison street.
TTtlNE OFFIOES-65 Madison street, next
i io uiarenaon xi-nei.
15. M. itai K3, 83 aiaaison gt,
TXOI1SR8 On and near Walker avenn
XX on Elrawood street oar line, from the
lot September, several houses, trom two to
eight rooms, in gcoa repair, n pp'v "
Union street jua. tr.fniir
TT OUSE-220 Washington 8'. ; 7 rooms and
EX bathroom. Apply at 133 Poplar ht.
jso. ltn Main Mtreet.
No. 216 Main Street.
Nn. 0,17 Mnin StrMAt.
Apply to JAMKS LEE, J a., 4 Madison St
I FURNISHED HOUSE-434 Vance street.
1 A npl v on premises.
T300M8 Tw furnished' or unfurnliked
J.V rooms at 40 Madison street.
RESIDENCE-342 Vanee street
Apply at:4 Vano street.
r.ttniiANT nwl fnrntshed rooms, bath
ij room. eta. Inanlr at 116 Court street.
TO REHOUSES The three new flrat-class
Storehouses on Biieioy street, next noriu
af the Gayoso Uotel. Terms teasonahie,
Apply to CARRINGION MASOJN,
rlHUlcis urriUHS n eoona iwrir
J Mnttind fnr nmr vaari bv Dr J. W. Nel
on. Dentist, corner Union and Main streets.
Apply at MU nton street. j up. nmyy n.
FRONT AND REAR OFFTCE-274 Front
street; cotton-room aad office; terms
moderat. Appl; MfllMWA,
Special Notice to Shippers.
Miasiairi inD Tsnkksssi Riileoap Co.,1
Hempuis, September i, wco.
THE eomp'etion of the Yaaooand Missis
sippi Valley R.R., from Jackson. Miss.,
to Greenwood, Miss., OPENS UP AN ALL
RAIL LINE, without break of bulkor trans
fer of freight, to following named points:
Yanoo City, Eden, It. Lake, Good
Hope Vln, Mileaville, Shack lefonl.
Tetania. Kclro, Vruarer,Nldoo, RlnlnR
Shipments to landings near these points
should be made to nearest station named
above. Your business is rospeotlully so
liniud over the M. and T. Road, as freitht
.o.nhns Its destination the followin day ol
delivery at our dipot. A. J. KNAPP,
ttenerai f rcignwisjv
J. F. liOLST & 15HO.
(SDCCKBKOI18 TO . H. HOLST A BBO.
8r-)V-t -J -
RATI REMOVES) Tt
No. 33I5J !?EC0SD ST., .MEMPHIS.
AFi'LL and complete stock of Wood and
Mitallio Jtses and Cai;eti, Clothv-
erad Caskets and Bir .al Kooes always cb
hwd. afJBr-Orasri bv to'.esiph prou.Ptl
Koch's Fat. Store
Siliri.TIXG is adjustable to meet an need
a K...i ... i a haatiar tntn o a iitis, k wu
K nnt nn'bv hit one. I'oemualed for
Pantry and Hook bnelve. Address
KOCU A. B. CO., Mfr
S41 MAIN BT... PEORIA, ILL., or,
Slnaniana Hardware C.,St.
MEMPHIS DAILY A
FIRST WEEK OF SCHOOL.
ATTENDANCE AT THE OPESIXG
OF THE (SESSION.
1 he Prospects Excellent Plan of tbe
- New Chelsea Building
The public scboo's opened last Mon
day with an attendance largely in ex
cees of that which applied for adm
aion on tbe first day cf tat sec sion.
The varions buildings are in splendid
condition, newly painted, repaired,
and ss neat acd clean as a New Eng
land kitchen. The attendance on
opening day wa- 2777, of which 1850
were white and 927 colored. Tbe High
School, with five roams, opened with
13C; Hmitn B,?nooi, eight rooms, 3(k;
Pesbody Fchool, eight room. S00;
Lt a'h Schocl, nine rooms, 364 ; Porter
School, s'x rooms, 148; Je ffeison Street
tcbool, six rooms, 186; Merrill School,
six rooms, Pope Kcnool, five
roomB, 168. The attendance at the
colored schools wss as follows: Kor-
trecht School, eight rooms, 379; Giant
School, eix rjome, 200; Monroe Street
School, fiiur roomB, 149; Broadway
School, four rooms, 71; Winchester
School, three room?, 1-8.
There are eignty-two teachers in all.
cf wh'ch fi'ly-six are white and
twenty-six colored, the whole expens9
being about $5000 a month. They are
a 1 working in harmony and great re
suits from the coming gfaaion are an-
t cip. ted. ine prospects were nevir
Kadifsl chances nave neen made at
tbe High School, which is much more
conveniently arr.tr ged now than be
fore, and ttie new Chelsea baildirg,
on ine corner ot Keel una iourch
Biresls, which will be ready for occu
pancy about January 1st, will be by
Ittr tlie moft cenvenunt school build'
iDg, and the best adapted for the pur
poie in ihe c ty. The plan Is as fol
Tbe advantages of such a plan moat
be at once apparent One of the main
rooms is occupied for Btndy alone by
the larger pupils and the other by the
little ones. A teacher selected on ac
count of her adaptabili'y for manage
ment' 'till preside over ech
room. They are bath well lighted by
s:x windows on each eide, end at re
cess the children are protected from
the w. ather by the lorg wide porches.
In the six rooms, three at either end,
leesons are beard, those at study then
escaping disturb cce on account of
tbe exercises of ihe claes. Six may
be heard at once in this way. The
four . smaller rooms communi
cate with the main hall. Thres
are cloak roemi acd one for the
toilet. Under either end cf the build
ing a cellar baj been dug, and there
furnaces will be placed. The ceilings
are twenty-four feet high, and the
building when completed will be as
tall ts the old two story structure for
merly U'ed. Ample provisions are
made for hest, light and ventilation,
and the entire cost will be a little
THE CRIMINAL COURT
ONE OF THE BEST ORDERED IN
Improvement Hade Bj J a dare Da
b III Charge TeslerUaj
Tbe marked changes in tbe genera
appearance and conduct of the Crimi
nal Cjurt since tbe lBt of t'eptsmber
is worthy of special comment. It is
now the qui tt, most dignified court
in the country. Judge Daboee de
termined to make it poesible for mem
berg of tbe bar to practice there, and
to that end ordered radical changes to
be made in tbe general arrangement.
The old nutting was replaced with
new. tbe railirg moved bait nearer to
the door, half the benches taken out,
a passage way maae irom ine main
entrance to the clerk'a office, an aisle
closed eft for the jury to move from
tbe tox to their chambers, tables,
desks acd chain cleaned and painted,
and loafers ariven nov.es to keep awsy
It is now a quiet as a gravevara ami
the proceedings move along in a calm,
uniuflled way which speaks well for
the new office's of the couit. There
in one nuisance still in existence,
hoxever. Witnesses ara obliged to
wnit in the hall. 88 there is no room
convenient, and on a darky Church
ca;e, like that on trial yesterday,
where there was a score of witnesses,
tbe path through tbe corridor to the
courtroom was not one oi roses.
Judea Dabose is making an excel
lent beginning and shows that be ie.il
isses acd hai determined to put down
a gcod many li regularities. A low
days since be t announced his inten
tion to keep an especial eye on the
Workhome. , He hts already aston
ished a vagrant or two and a perjurer
by bench a ai rants, and yesterday de
livered tbe lol'owmg charge aDOUt
BUYING COTTOlt AFTBB DdBIt !
Grntlkmbn or thb GbamdJuby
The Court folly intended in the gen
eral charge to can your attention to
an act of the Legislature, entitled
"An act to prevent the sale of cotton
between the bouts of sun-et and sun
rige," but for the multiplicity of
acs required by ihe staiute to bs
Riven ycu in sot c'a tharge, this was
overlooked. It sbould be remem
bered, towever, that no law cn cur
statute books i3 of mora importance
to the material interett tf th citi
zens of our county thsn thU It was
passed for the protection of tag farm
ing interest of the State, and etpecial
lv thxt clefs encaged in tbe produc
tion of cotton. That it shall not, bs
lawlnl to buy or sell, barter or X'
I ntiannn OT rpRHiVS On dBDOSit aLV
cotton -n ed.or ginned do
xled between the hours ot sunset
J iny one day acd sunrise cf an
..h. ' 'h' "ny pt r-on cr merchant
Z"u,i, this act shall be guilty of
Ls-jI' 'nor and liab'e lo indictme
""r. ,1. lt ind ct or
!n VJ "u" X. -nn found
11 tUUU . TJ xv
mill, ia looaing
nn win uo -
. 1 1 V. MK
kf.er .11 -lol.'o or."'
.l.,t.t. ... nnmatr.na v iuuuo-
trirus labor claa ergv.
uimuu - -
a in pr
.i j.i.h ni tk. i... i. "f their
induslry by the tbH who is tot. i"r
to work and prefers this way of li. Dr:
Tbe merchant or other person who w.
buy cotton in tbe s?ed after night is
engaged in illegal traffic, and deserves
no cooeideiat on at your hands.
CRIMINAL COl'BT HOT IS. .
Sim McLrnn was fined SoO for dis
turbing public worship.
Tom Lewis was sentenced to year
in tbe penitentiary for larceocy and
receiving Btolen goods.
The ffrand lury ignored the bill
against P. Wallace McKittrick for va
grancy, and be was discharged.
BORTH IIIBMINOIIAM I.AKDCOH-
PANl'S BIU M llEfJE.
New O fTlcera luapeellac Pratt Mines
Project Qeneral RhII.
IsraciiL TO Tag irrsaL.I
Bieuingham, Ala., October 1. Tbe
North Birmingham Land Company,
which proposes to build a furnace ami
town on Villnge Creek, some two
miles from this city, organ'ied last
night. Mij, John V, Johnston, pres
ident of the Geo'gia Fac tic railriad,
wis made president. Parties from
whom lends have been bought for the
company were paid txlay. The plan
of the orgmizition makes one fur
nace a eure thiog and the second will
probably follow immediately. The
property of the Coal burg Coal and
Coke Company sots iuto the projec
against 2o0X00 of new money from
New York. Philadelphia, Georgia and
Birmingham and viciiiity.and $100,000
ef other resources. The authorised
capital ia put down in tbe lncorpora
tion papers at $720,000. The town is
to be connected with Birmirgham by
a dummy car lice and belt road.
The elect oa ol tha present officers
of the Piatt company to flrst places in
the management of the company
created by the great Tennessee and
Alabama consolidation, places its
headquarters here. Work is to be
pushed at rapidly as possible on the
four furnaces at Village WeeK.
Jacob Reese, the baeio steel man,
arrived this afteracon and went out to
the Pratt mines to see the Pratt
authorities about arrangements for
the bteel works. I
Enildlnar t IHrnalagbam.
The Virginia Construction Com
pany is rapidly pushing the work of
building tlie juemputs, jDirminguBm
and Atlantic railroai to Tupelo, and
will flnieh in two or three week?,
when the line will be thrown open
for traffic. Col.. W. r. Dunnavant
who withothenw has the contract for
building at the 'Birmingham end, is
on tbe grounds and shoving thing
with a big force night and day. His
partner, in the meaotw, is in charge
of the building of the Kaneas City,
Wyandotte and Northwestern road.
Chiciqo.1 Lxl.. Ootober 1. The
managers of Uie Si)Utliwtpro lines at
thflir meetitig t-ly succeeded ia dis
posing of one of the chief obstacles in
the way of forming a passenger poo).
This was accomplithed by reaching a
compromise on tbe businers west of
the Missouri river, the road running
beyond that biunda y li e agreeing
not to pool botint sa o iginaticg at
local station?, but to enter into an
agreement to maintain rates strictly
under a penalty of $500 for every in
fraction of the contwet. The business
between Chicago and bt. Lima was
taken up at a night ces ion and satis
factorily disposed of. lhere are
several minor parts ol disagreement
ytt to be considered. The meeting
will probuD y do pioiocgea iuto next
Natcbea, Jackson and Cnliimbu.
Messrs. Reon, Barnes, W. L Crane,
W. F. Sbunk and J. C. Rawo, bave
been negotiating for the purchase of
the Natchez, Jackson and Columbus
railroad, with the view of extending;
the road on btb sides of the Missfc
eippi river. They will at or ce pot a
paityof englneets to survey the line
of the propoBad roai northeast toward
Dscatur, Ala, and another westward
toward the Texas Suite line.
The Union BaM Riilroad Comosny
have just completed their tracks to
within a few hundred jards
foot of Mi sionary Bitlge, snd will at
once put on ;l)a?senger trains, driven
by dtrmnJiy engines, between the city
and that important snbutb. This ts
ao ImDOitint extension, and will Rive
real estate, eapeeially mtnufacturing
sites, in that vicinity a big boom.
Mxmphis Merchants' Exchange Quo
tation Committees for October: Oro
teria and Provititnt-8. H. Brooks,
chairman; C C. Hein, J. B. Pepper.
Produce L. Ero, chairman; M. -E.
Caiter. Groin B. tf. Tavlor, chsir
man; V. L. R;gcr. Flour S. H.
Phillips, chairman; E. 0. Mosby. Cot
ton Seed Products S. J. Camp, cha r
man; J. O. Johnson, J. T. J.fletsan.
Visitors on 'Chsrei ysbrday:
Misies Annie Mabne, Ms nie Thoma;,
Klit Hwadriok. Fannie Weatnerior i,
MattM Thomas, Mr. W. G.Thomf,
all of tMscity Fctnk Hr kels, Corint 'i,
M rsa : T,l. M. Rnlan. tt'U UretK ; . i
Pniircs, Msissioni; Leon Drylun,
Fulttm. Ark.; Aif Drfus, DuncnBb.i,
Mian- m P X4aooii) Mtis:T. J. Peet'-,
Mont. W A. (Ml BUI. JJHSI'U, 1.
Campbe1, Shefllsld; D. M. Kusrell,
tin R.nwn nnil tiirrie Collier, of the
niiRi aft H-H4 iriinii m nnuDw-u -
II gbee School.
M. J. Manly to Mary h. Manly, 74
feet west side of Jacksm street by 24
feet cn Sfcond strett; conspiration,
love and affection.
Oo-.onla and Iltnq Nelson ti C ar
sins Nplann. woHt 50 feet of lot 3,
f-haoks's subdivision, eou:h eido Mon
roB street, mortgage with power of
Puns A. Tlavra.
M. D.LL.D., edit
or Medical Clinic, Itichmood, Va .says
r.l.r.io On 'a JVra Bet f Tonic 18 I
wor.deiful recoBS'rnctive agent, build'
ing up the general system sml supply
Inn Inat. titrirni onurffV. In ftU W83t'
ing diseases and brokn down consti
tutions it is the agent." Also in female
complaints, shattered neives, ayspep
ait and tmiousnees.
OCTOBER 2, 1886.'
THE LADIES MIST PAY
DOLLAR FOR SEATS AT
"MickacI Strogoff" last Night aad
b ant's ( ircng.
The New York management of the
Memphis Thta er has made an in
cretss in prices without a correspond
ing increase In the value of their at
tractions. They demand night pricos
for Ihe matinees. For vaara tt
lve been in the habit of charging
full,, rates lor attractions which could
not ee',ore datt with may except W
cent h6.n8fln 'ho Et and in New
Orleans, : 'na doubling their prices
whenever tO attraciijn appealed
hich wea rviJT worth a dollar, as
theatricals go. or years the public
had to be content with weather
a'ained walls, a rsggv'd certain, un
comfortable teats and Lettered scen
ery. Forbeaiance at late leased to bs
vittne, a new theater wa-about to
be built, and, thus compelled, they spent
a few thousand in rcntting and re
modeling the interior, putting it into
very attractive shape. Having thus
cheuted the oppcsiiion, they betrayed
a dfsire to get their money back ell at
ome by increasing the price of all the
desirable family circle sea's frcm 50 to
75 cents, abolished eereral admission
at ua'.inees, and by that means ob
tained an advance of 25 cnta over the
old price. The reason given wai that
confusion would be prevail ted.but they
forgot that there would ho no more
conlu-ion gif the old ,r0 cent price
was adhered to and revived st-ats
given in the barg.in. The raarage
ment continuod its piactice of charg
ng from 25 to 50 cents slnve these
prices whenever a good dollar attrac
tion appeared. And now they de
mand fl admission of women and
children at matinees. This is to bs
the rule, sot the exception. If ex
ceptions are made it will be ia the
other directiOD. As a matter
of fact, it is not denied thot
more than $1 will bs demanded
for seats at several Wednesday and
Saturday tdter.ioon petformanres
during the seaion. There aro not half
a dtzen companies on the list whose
agents would bave the assurance to
ask it. Tho management complains
that all the trouble lies in thiB demand
of the few, and that to prevent the
periodical kicking done at such time?,
it was decided to make the thing uni
form tbe season through, mati
nee acd night prices the
sems for negro minstrels, Clara
Morri", Humoly Dumpty, Edwin
Booth, Lizzie Evans, Davit's Auction,
Emma Abbott snd all. This does not
carry with it a promise not to charge
mote than $1 wheiever they fee fit,
but the annouccemrnt simply is,
matinee and night the same. The
aftarnoon performances hcke bave
always been popular. When the
weatner is fair aud Ihe attraction
good, tbe house is crowded. Many a
company having poor houses at night
has been saved from less by the
matinees. The management miy
claim that it makes aa much
money by raving smaller bouses
at advacced rates as it formerly
did with big houses at low
rates, but they cannot escape criticism
in that way. Tbey owe a duty t) the
pub ic, and will learn sooner or later
that a place of atiiusement cannot be
anything like so profitable ti proprie
tors who deliberately announce their
intention to gouge their pations for
every cent they nil stand,
aa ' to thoee who.-' pursue . a
more popular, policy,' Tbe locil
management here should be exon
erated from censure in tbe matter.
Manager Gray is simply an employe.
He must eby ordure. It matters not
whether he approves the cau'so of his
snpenorsor not, they mnst bear the
blame, and from little things picked
nn bv tbe appeal mey are utterly
uncoccerned as to what tbe mass ol
the public thinks, to long as the re
ct ipts at the bnx office are satisfactory.
Michael StroanJT was at ain presented
at Leuhrie'a Theater last night and
went off tmcothiy, though it was a
trifle tedious at times and tbe per
f irraunce Was marred by an excerd
i 'gig amateurish "Nadla". Rpea ed at
ma.mee ana again t'migni.
,Ntw Sands is tbe title of a comedy in
which charmiDg L'zzie Evans will
ppear at Leubne'a Thea'er Monday
iiKht next It is a very bright and
amuditiB etorv of the Welsh cdsh at
nerloi of about 1UU years ago. ihe
nlav is in f)ur act', snd depicts very
kil fully the career ot a little gin
found upon the sea shore and reared
bv an old lighthouse keener. The cli
maxea of the play are aaid to be very
fine and the comedy element contlnu-
ers and very bright. Special scenery
is Carried for tbe nrst act, the light
house scenes, together with all me
chanical envcts for the proper ire-
switation of tbe piece. Sals of sesut
Wonderful A flair.
10 unuen'and properly what an
enormous eut p, T. Barnum has or
tranisid this Vter one mnst reflect noon
tbe exhibition ' ut seen,, when ev
ery one said It Wag entirely too large.
Then think of tt additions made
since, involving a outlay of over
$51)0,000; why, it is a,0st beyond the
compreuensiuu ui a inrqqp. raB now
constituted tbe show coiaqia'0f seven
advertising cars in advam. nnon each
of which tuere are thhty b.,n, or ilO
in ail. xnere are over M-ntv-iour
advance agents of various kig. With
the shows are 800 people, sn includ
ed in the latter are 300 permer.
Thore are twenty-eight tela, tie
largest 683 feet long and 350 wr, two
of 300 feet each in length, and o of
200 feet. One ot truss is ccenp. I as
an elephant pavilion, coLtain a
herd of elephants, clown olfphat'f,
and varinUB anima's in leash. Ti ra
are stiblea containing ECO draft hoiaj
and 115 ponies, and over 100 per for i-
ing horses, besides tnirty-to came,
etc. Thera is a tent in which tb
mnnpiim is placed. W tb oiacts.mioget?
dwarfs, tkeletons, fjt leipie, armless
snd legleea people, bearded vtonen,
long haired women, etc., and oiheis
containing the International CoDgrtss
of Giants, r?pres nting every country
on earth; the wonderiui rupronnciwn
of Jumbo, the big ivory honed skele
ton; Alice, Jumbu's widow; a troupe
of Arabs, tbe Mirambabapd. Another
with three rings, an eievateu etago
and the g'eot R?man hippodrome,
with its tlorious race', and so on. it
reqnires saventy-rine railroad cari to
move all this mr.toriil, incluiling two
double inenagorie, wiui sixty-nve
cases of rare birds, beasts end eicewy
reptilof, njd tt iity-three golden cirved
ct atioti. Tbe parade is a grand a Hair,
and will renresunt J1.500.0UO worth of
valuable obiecta. covering over a mlU
of ground, and will take place on Oc
tober 4th. at 8 o'clcck in tbe morn'.ng.
As tbe shows visit Europe next, fall,
this is the last chance to see, these
Tailor and Importer,
'ALL ?TOCK la aew eomplet. Th Large-it, Choicest and ' '
Jo' 7 art I bar ever ffrd la Memphis, eoaslatlnf of all ta
rsoVKkriKii irt iraNCV BIJIIIIVOS, WOKS I lis ll A Li.
I!IJL.L.T 'a.K8, OVKBOOATIWt ANI FaiXOtT
F fLrJ!01'? aW noat variety, all of tbe LATEST UltSltiNS,
iBtroduoaw or tbe Leading Importer of England, Vranoa and Gar- .
K"7J. wl" '? ""i Sl la. SlKNTIon to ray custom! aad
ta ptrbU t oaU aaA luaaaot bit nic.lrii vn irniu .a
Cir. Stcond and Jiffarten
K0UK D0ESST APPEAR.
mnAPPOIMia) MKMPHIl AS
aiE DID HASHTILLK.
The TT kite Bens Brigade Aa Order
ky n. Vanaka-Pkclaa
Boss Ilouk's star engagement of cue
night only at the Exposition Building
is indefinitely postponed. He filled
to put in an appearn e last night, ac
cording to notice, the excuse being
givon that be mieeed tbe train. He
wts annoucced to sueoa. Ht Nashville
the eight befote and about -00 pne
plo, mostly darkies, gatbeted in the
public square ti hear him. A num
ber of prominent Republicans oltc-
pied seals on the surd, and ia re
sponse to repeated cnlb for Mr. II ink
Ool. A. M. Hughes, chuirman i tho
Stite Republican Executive Commit
tee, arise and staled that be regretted
voi t much that Mr. Honk had failed
to reach Ihe city, but that he took
g eat pleasure in presenting to tho
ixopieaman ana s Republican who
had filled with honor to himsolf, the
Stale snd people he rei resented tho
rraponsib'e p isitions of Seoretnry of
S a'p ami Lonis'a'or Hon. David A.
Nunr, of West Tennustee. tie made
a spiech and was f dtowed by another
white aud a co'ored Knpiiblican.
Wblle llorae Brtcade.
Gen. Vaughan sent notice yeattrday
to Col. John J. Mason that he had ap
pointed him one ol his marshals and
assigned him to tho white hoisa bri
gade, and that he wa expect- d to ap
pear in a yellow sash and redrcs ttf,
snd moulted on a milk white steed.
The recipient of so much honor came
nearer fainting than he ever did be
fore, but be is b'ave, a Staunch Demo
crat, and though h never put his
foot in a stirruo but once in his Hie.
accepted like a man, Ri d fa ill mount
and ride next ltiesuay tu nonor oi
Tennessee's next Ouveroor. He is
certain that he would have no trouble
in dismounting;, hut the problem
which puizlts him is how to mouut.
The bova in the Sheriff's cilice bave
decided to rig a derrick on tbe bluff
for bis use on that memorable morn
ing. and predict that he will at last
have to humble his pride and accent
its aid. The only time he ever rode
hnranhack as sAout t o vears Biro.
when be rlimbed upon McLendan'B
"Scaly Bark." and he d on by the
mane while a small boy led him tciosa
from tbe Coartbjsus.UoheiaUble,
Ootnmirtia' to Receive the Governor.
The Hon. J. Harvey Mather, James
M. Coleman, r, M. Winiere, w. ii
Rhea and I. E. Bouglass have been
appointed a committee to escort the
Hon. R. L. Taylor from Covington to
Memphis on next Tuesday.
Attention, Aeafatant Harabal.
Gen. A. J. Vaughan, marshal, issues
"The assistant marshals for tho Rob
eit Taylor, procession will moet me
this afternoon at the Circuit Court
room in the Courthouse at 4 :30 o'clock.
The assistant marsha's will a'so pro
vide themselves with blue sashes and
white rosettes for the occasion, and all
whi take part in the recoption are re
quested to wear white rosettes."
At Coving-ton Today.
Mr. James Phelan will speak at
Covington today, and the indications
are that an immense crowd will gather
to hear him. He is in good trim, has
a legion of warm personal friends in
Tipton, and his selection of Covington
as his stsiting point was a good one.
GONE TO TORONTO, CAN ,
To Attend a Meeting? or tbe Ameri
can Health Aawoelallon.
Dr. Thornton left for Toronto, Ca
nada, last night, to attend a meeting
of tbe American Health Association,
to be held in itbat city .October 5th.
He ia the btarer of the following let
ter: i ; i .
Maursm, TsMf., .October 1, 1BRS.
To the President snd Members ef the A par
lean Health Association, Toronto, Car' i '
Gxntlsmkm Having the bigrw-t re
gard for your honorable bo't nd
recognising in you the nighe author
Ity on matters paria'afBg,) the pub
lic health, the Memphis Merchants'
Exchange herewith, se4 gfeo'inR.
and In behalf Of tbe. rr.uimercisl com
munity of Memphl' s-ordially joins
with the Jlemppt Cotton Exehsnge
and with the tgislatrV Council of
tbe city in finding to you an in
vitatifti to, 'held yonr vtext annual
meetfng ' our city.. .Trusting that
yorwill jonor ns by cooepting, I sin
yety fiiapect'ta1 yuia,
K. A. KBBLING,
.Hscretary Memphis Merehants' Kavhang.
By order of W. J. I mm, Pres't.
tvi. nnwder never vwlea. A marvel ol
...i... ..r.n.th and wholeiomeness. More
ooaomioal tha th ordinary kinds, an
eanaot o aoiu m
ultitnd of low test, short wight alun or
i.hoanhotc powders, id emy latwt.
Iaeio Powpsa Co., 106 Will it.,NwoL
a Mimphlt, Tinn.
Removed to 308 Front St.,
Between Monro and Madison, Nearly
Mont of thtMtiwiww wuicliitiiitt tmAiili.utinirlirMi
ftlajr oitutHtl liy it dirMirtionitl i tindiUtMi til tluj L I V fe R
hot ill ivDinnlniiitH at thin kiuit, stuitli w Torim.it i
the) isantr, titliimHtmaH, Nfrvmw Iyiipaaplm litl ifril
llim. lrr.uliirtty of tho Uiiw4ii. OsjiiBliMtiin. filu
Ituiojr, Krat'ttimii ntl ImritiDg of tlie tit-omatih
(iimtiiiiHi tmlliHl UiartlMirn), Munru, Mftlavrtta,
ItUxKly l-'iiu, UiilU avutl fc'nri'r. LnukUiti Fitrnr
KtiiausliDii tWorti or alltir fc'wwrt, (Jlmmto DUr
thtmm, lstttw uf ApiMitile. UwiwtL, Fuul BiMAth,
IrrfKlr.tim Im-nlonUl to JtuntiOM. H'nH"i-
flown I'-tmt. Bntikatiho. Ac. ka, STADIOCR
A U R AN T 1 1 it Invalunb . it t not pni
kII div(M, but will CURt ilLfiitLAusesof
tl LIVER, STOMACH -nl bOWtLb. lt
clmiitKM tim oomitTtJit.m tnun wmi', fviutv, tinaS
to ft rmWy, liBalitiy imiIiit. It tmUnrly nmmwfli ."W,
I.Niuij nplriu. H i nn ol ilw tw1 jfurufirra
wul '.irt.irr tf th HltHt,md M .itsVt lotitc.
For Ml. t M Unigsrlsta. Pries SI.OO par bottl
C. F. STADICER, Proprietor,
140 80. FRONT BT., Hhtladotph a, ta.
DR. C -McLAHE'S
, PREP ABED BT
! PITTAHPRa rA.
BB SURE YOU OKI THE 0KNUI5I. Th
Oounterfeita are made In Ht. Louis, Ma.
ORAMD HOTEL, ALUM HPRlBJtta,
Kockbridga Co., Va. High bp In th
Virginia mountalna. Plctarasqu surroond
tngs,stnalvand beautilully shaded lawa.
Oaa, eltctrlo bells, and all modern iuiproya
menta. Two daily mails, post, telegraph and
.1 press oflloes on th premlsei. Table th
very best. Luxuriously famished rooms I
surerb band of music. Sand for lllustraUd
Jiainphlet. Charles moderate. Open for vis
tors, June 16th. Water..- Alias, i lWt
nd iretlon,. K.I. WILKIN BON .Man Vr.
th popular f ftTortto for dnaRlait
tits havlr. KssMotinaT ooloc vImq
rrmy, and prorlinaj Dtndrut.j
! SJItaaUiatwj swuawpi ayw
hair ralalnaT, and b nrt to ptakMb
60c and ti oo at lruinrt-a
flw aafMtt, surert ui bMt enra for Oortia, BnntosMj M
tonsuliwln. tn.urs.eomforttoth.rooa M.TwUll
loure. It cnu at liruggUU. . liiavoc A Us H. I
Among the Northern Lakes
OI " lllliD.ia, miLiiaauui uu i " r , ,. mwh
drsds of cellghtful plaoes where on can paar
Vment, and return bom at th end oil
n. annm.r montha In onlat ral aaaeatar'-
atd trm completely rejuvenated,
reonrrlng seasoa brings to uood
Waakesha. Beaver Dam, Frontao, 0ko
boii, MtDnetoaka, WhiU Bas., and loaa-
laii.iw. w i.u aw
nar best eeorl
ltkr aide of Ma-
Son and Dlion's tin. JSLtMia aaq om
fort, at a moderat cost, eaun imuiiv oo
lln.,l. A list nt anmaner .), uh all
neoeasary infurma ion paruining there.
being dlatrtouud oytn uaiua,,
isa ago bt. Pul IUilwsv, and wilt
fre ami aonlieatliB by lette t A. V.
Carpenter, wcnaral PtnsiiW Agnt, an
waoge. nil. , -
" Ti rar prlnte.1, ow
OMka, Taula. tnauf
Book Cases. lonntr
A,eiVO. A l.Mtv.u,w
Ladles' Fancy Desks, ti
Vloeat Ooo.li ndlw.e'
tnak Poatogii Sc. Jio puuf
. . . - T n . r.KtnMg.
KALTHIM vaia.asa-ua. a. .
a guaranteed ipcoHo for IlyitarU, Ilissj-
neai, tonvnision, iw, i.o,., . . .,.--gla,
Ilcadaohe, Nervc-i Prostration, ausl
by th na ot alcohol or tobaoeot Wake
fulness, mental vaprouiuu, oti,.u.
Brain, resulting in insanity and lea, Ing to
misery, deoay and dsathi Premature "id
ie, jiarrennaaa, iu oi "J"S
invoiuniary i,i.. ..m.-.-rbea,
eaun i by ovr-aartioB at th brain,
self-aboa orovorindulgonoc. Each bog con
tains on montn r ireaimem. mi uym,
six boes for t5, sen: bv mail rrPid. oa
receipt of nrlce. We guarantee bl Bole
to our any case. With each order reoaived
by i for ei boss, aoooropanied with si.
will lend th purchaser ??'"
guaraptv to rfud th money It th treat
ment do "Ot I!ect a our. Guarantees
Uiu.d only bv A. RENKJCHT A0.. Urug
gists. Mentphls. Tenn. -
Positive Cure for Piles.
tor sale by all drusjlstsa
Have Remove to
Where they will eontl to Mil Uoiis Fats
BllhiSg Ooods Cnaapar Than Anybody
and oa .st Td"-
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