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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Ho. 38 MADISON STEEET.
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ittRi Mil iinpi ii a I ,11 r. iLr... 1 1 if i .m a r.ii.m. jti w
nil nVFRrniTTVft. fall
tlaae f)i9 woe rr ahnwn
HaM I ' " . . "
tonic Mmarlui tha choicest
id most darabla goods In gentlemen's wear.
Str bamplei ana rrices
who bave left measures.
Josira Baooli, Manager,
CNE WKFK, COMMENCING MONDAY,
OCTOBKIH 9V1UKUA1 IH Allll!.li.
The Charming Little Comedienne,
Monday and Tueaday, 1 Co a Conrfo
and Saturduj Matinee. OdIIUS.
w,ThuX."d Fogg's Ferry.
The Culprit Fay.
are ,-eiuai jnuiiorrrs "V
Monday. Oct. llih 1m Davn.'s Adotion
Mrs. Florence Finfey Moore
WILL REOPEN HER
Saturday. Uet. M.I. at 3 P.M.
TV TULEY TO W-With white atrities on back
XVL and red aidrcs: enra-plit; about 5 years
oia; to rew.iru tor ner return to i
MH'. M 1TTI' K WS. 2IS Tennessee Ft.
DR. O. J. SCIIKREK. Surgeon Chiropo
dist, 211 Alain street. Sixteen jwhts
practice In AlRuiphia. Charges moderat.
Call and tee bim. 'iffioe hours froiu8a.ru.
to ,1p.m. Sn-rtnva troro W to 12 m.
STRAYED OR S10LEX.
(tOW One white andhlaok apo'ted cow,
J loos borne, white face, marked upper
crop in Jen ana cp it in rignt ears, ads in
formation or ber 'eturn to 59 Jones av. will
be sui'nhlv reworded. K(. 11. COI.K AN
00D HtATIJia STOVE-
At 2ftfl Second street.
TjiURNIIL'RE-AII the fa-nilnre in First
J- uapnst Cfiurcn rows. Cbaira and Car.
pets. Apply to Joseph Brace. 39 Monro St,
M BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS-Near
6tate Female College, tor sale on easy
monthly pavniente, t $4 to $6 per front foot;
two blocks from street cars, in the most de
sirable suburb or Memphis. Only $50 dsn
down required, and balance atllOper month.
, T. A. LAMB, 10 Madison street.
LOT I have a beautiful corner lot. l'Ox
135 feet, in the finett suburb ot Mem
phi, one block irom oars, in a delightful
neighborhood, whioh I will loll at the very
low Drice of 16 ner foot. 'I ero- a : SUM enrh ;
balance, $20 per ruomb. Well fenced, with.
new siaoie no lot. rMenmu lor investment
or home. T. A. LAMB. 10 Madison street.
CHAMBKR'S FOLDING MACHINE-But
little used, and in good condition. Ap
ply at APPEAL Or r ICE
THE lea e and flit urn. of the St. Elmo
lintel, Me idian, Mitt, Twenty-five
eommodioua rooms, within three minntes
walk of the Union Depot: lame sample
room on the Street neat, floor; now rlninn a
cood baeinesa and ponulnr. Can be hod at a
uariniu 11 Kppien ior wn nin toe next tnirty
days. Apply to Charles Elmire, proprietor,
TIN Lot of tin, suitaMefor rnoflnn Alo
a large ice box At Gbay'.4'l9 rhelby.
OLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low
enstein & Bros.'; mufft e removed at nnoe.
Apply to JOHN RKID, Builder.
NEAT COTTAOE-Of six rooms, and lot
200x44, 54 Dean avenue. Inquire on
IHEAPr0ne second hand ROCK AWAY,
nearly as ironn as new, at 101 uni' n t
lEDAR FENCING P0STSrFor tale by
vv. n. tinnivt.Ti, uarKinsvine, Ala.
WOODL AAVN STOCK FARM- In thestud
one thoroughbred Running Horse; fee
120. OneTrottinvUorve; feo, J10. OneJer
ey Bull: fee, i.50 For Salk-30 Homes,
3 Milch Cows, 15 bend Butcher Cattle, Pea
eocks and Newloua,dland Pups. Hordes on
pasture, 85 per month ; Trxn borpe. 10n rer
day. Telonhone JOSEPH HURNKV. H52.
Apply at this office.
T30ARDERS Eleiantlv furniabed front
O and other rooms, with first-class board; 1
reasonan e irtco. call at IS Mulberry tt.
BOYH-About 14 years -f age, that
. can come woH reommend d.
CHAS. HEHZ'iG & BRO , S06 Main St.
GU0K To go to Tex.s; white preferred.
Cull early at
44 North Court ttreet.
BOOK KEEPErt And nnmpetent office
man, capable ef taking oharge o ret
double-entry books, In offion of sawmills,
ninety mile- from Memphis. Please address,
tivingexpsrience. re'erences, and salary ex
pected, PEA liODY & WELLS,
tll'iU To uo piaiu ro'ikmg and bou v
T work in a t mall private family: while
preferred Call at 121 Wah'ngt"- iT'it.
WHITE COOK Must b -'ell rjoom
irended. Apply het ,i 10 am. and
4 p.m., Monday and Tussf ; t , a7 Monroe Ht.
POSITION In mercer ..a bouse or cor
poration byam.r bmineat experi
ence, who can ive tlr it ol bank and
other reference as to i ty, and who if
competent to make his , '..el of value.
Is suitable foreitherol; or ou'side work.
Address, A. ft. C . thia office.
ATAN COOK-First-claa,who underatndi
i.VX both paatryand uieit cooking, for rail
road eaiing house. Apply at Goodbar A Co. '
POSITION In some rel'nb'e bui'en
houae from Janutry 1, l'b7 (wholesnle.
Preferred), by a Virrinian, 24 years old, wjio
as bad the past three years pracioal ex
perience as a bookkeeper, and the two pre
vious as manager in a manufacturing estab
lishment. Can furnirh the belt references.
Ad. Wm. Nelon. jr.. Box 16ft.rlichmond.Va.
TAMPING AND EMBROIDERING To
order in belt style at
I1AMBKRMAID A reliable colored d
. . :.i tyr XI I- .. .1
J II III IB' III II IU HI I ft 11 (VI '("Ills B I TOP I,
LADY AGENTS Our agenta have had
snch wonderful auctions selling Mrs.
Campbell's Combination Skirt and Bustle
(tome olesriox SI50 a month), that we make
thiaapeoial lequeat for all agen s who want
ft ateadv, money making; bueinraa, to arnd
stamp for Catalogue. Alan, Furnishing
Goods. Addre-s E. U. Campbell A Co., 4i
WeatRnndolph Street. Chicago. III.
li-VEHYBODY-To call and ie thecelr
OJJ brnted Gipsy Clairvoyant, atli'7 Tnird
street, near Poplar.
00 MS M'oll lurniihod rooms, No. 81
i Linden ftrcct.
WANTFD Ladie-, local ortraveling. A
wonderful entirely new specialty for
ladie) only; 81 daily easily made; no photo,
no painting; partiuliira free. MRS. G.
LITTLE, Box 4i3, Ch cago, III.
POSITION By a lady as mna!c teacher, or
to teach ynnngcbildren Epglish branches
Salary expected moderate. Good home de
fired. Ad'treaa "Teacher," Columbus, Mias.
MAN An intelligent.enrneat man to rep
resent, in hi? own locality, a large re
sponsible houae. A remunerative salar. to
rmht party. Steady position Referencea
eiehansed. American Manufacturing lljuae,
SALESMEN In everyState in the (i ion
toronreaent a PAIrfT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having aeveral
tiriouLTiig thatare popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in connectim
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
VRIOF MANI FG. CO.. IJALTIMOHK. MP.
C MOTION SEED WANTED. HulIa and Meal
for BAie cheap atULOBE OIuJVoKKS
1 fififi LBS- FEATHERSilirheft cash
J IJ pr.ee paid by GABAY, Memphis.
EVERYrODY TO KNOW-That I will
MLL TEETU WITH GOLD for the
next thirty days for II 60.
VL1) UOID SILVStt-Poreash or ex
-V M Tl T BAnt w
ohange. MULfORD, Jew. er, SHMain
MCRRAT IUDGELY, )
Tit ATA Yir.Pf. Ani. hr.H-
lb la snann' lmnnrl.,.
In thin narlat Tk.
- ... ...... V I . JJ
deaieiiK. finest Intnrn
on application to those
UOCKEt B00K-0n Main atreet. contain-
i- ing aonie money. t u at Htt Man rt
MULE One dark bay mare mule, about
12 yearaold, 15' handa high, white spot
near root of tail, shod on all four feet, in
good order; $25 reward for the delivery of
said mule to Johnson stable, 305 (second
FOR SALE, KENT OR EXCHANGE.
C COTTON SnED-On south aide of New
J Madison atreet. near Wellington, latolv
ocupied hy A. M. Jloy t k t-'oca. Sie of lot
vsvwy .eet. JOHN jomnsuin,
10 Madison atreet.
rANE On Ootoler 4th. between 110 Mad
J iaon street and corner of Huling and
enemy atreeis, one goirt-heded ebony oano,
engraved Mrs. W. II. Who.'. Liberal reward
tor return el same to Hill, Fon'ainn ft Co
LVNVELOPE-Addressed to J. T. LONG,
Cj containing $27 60. Finder will please
return to J. T. L' ng, corner Gayoto and
rccoDu n'rre'B, ana no rewarded-
OH AWL A red fhswl, Inst at Theater, or
on tne way u;ere. r indor will plo.-so re
turn to 57 Madison street
OLA' K DOG IMTP-8 weeks old. Findtr
i-f will be rewardi-rf hr retumina to
128 Fifth Street, Chelsea
"P0G 1 will nny a literal reward for re
LJ turn of my la-g- lemon and white
pointer uog. mijntkk takkkk,
21t Mnin atreet.
ROOMS AND HOARD.
ROOMS-Furnished, with board,
At mi Shelby atreet.
ROOMB AND KOARD
At 4f Market atreet.
ROOMS-Pleasant furnivh-d rooms, with
board, for lauios or aentlen en. Terms
very reaaoniDln. w Court Extended
ESIRABLE RoOWS-With board, at
72 MADISON ST.
PJOOMS Deirable rooms, furnished or un
V lurniahed, with board. 86 Market St.
HOOMS-Furnished rooma with hoard.
121 Court atreet.
QT. JAMES HOUSK-58 Adams street.
coara anil lonaing, g.ri; day board. $;i50,
LIGIBLE ROOMS With., inrioF ko.rri.
!i twobl ickalrom Gayoa" Hotel. 4,S3Shelby
OEAUTIFUL front rnrma. aincln or an
D suito, furnithed or unfurnished, with or
wmipm ru ; wtjer rooms, 104-lub '.ouitst.
DOHMS With or without board; terms
i ti reaaonno'e. HO M 1)1 'ON ST
"DOOMS Sloening rooms forslnffln frenttn.
XX men. nr gentleman and wi-e without
ooudren. t,enl reasonable to the right par
tioa. Call at the lint ahop, 1SS Second ft.
AFFICES-1 be front basement oBioes.with
vault ol I'lantors Jnauranre Ituililinir
Apply in the building to W. H. Robinson.
ORICK HOUSE-Two stories, nine rooms,
MJ ou diuiocrry atreet. Apply to
Dll S A. POOL,
STOREHOUSE Four story and basement
. 1 , . 1 v , -. i.- . . .
- ' oiviEiiu.rn ft .igi i Kirent.
M ALLOW Y, CRA FQl D A CO,
00M8 Well furniabed rooms, No. 81
BRICK RESIDENCE FoV rent or lease.
No. 85 Madiaon a'roet. near Third, oc
cupied by tve Into Dr. R. M. Uuddeke. To
a reliable party the property will be leased
lor one, two or three reara at a low rent. Ap-
piy in j. o, ai uitiiivt., Aiensen a uo.
SAW COTTON GIN And TOiifTFtet
Saw Mill. F. L, WARNER.
OOMS Two nice furnished rooms, for
aingie gentlemen iil7 Poplar atreot.
lOTTtN ' FFICK-Apply to E. M. Apper
J son ft Co., No. 3M Front street.
LARGE STORE First floor and cellar,
with side and rr entrances, Noa. 3C1
and 303 Main atreet. Possession October 1st,
or "ooner, il required.
Offices, No. 280 Second st.
lloooil tor light housekeeping, No 376 Pop
lar atrerr, over nrug ato'e. A' plv to
R. B. bNOWDEN or J. L. GOODLOE,
38 Madiaon street.
FINE OFFICES-65 Madison street, next
to Clarendon Hotel.
B. M. KbTES, an Madiaon St.
HOUSES On and near Walker avenre,
on Elmwond street car linn, from the
lat Sentem ber. aeveral houses. Irnm two to
eight rooms, in guod repair. Apply at 36
union a rcet. JUo. LKINOW.
OUSE-220 Washington H . ; 7 rooms and
btithronm. Apply at 133 Poplar St.
No. HW Main Street.
No. 2115 Main Srroet.
JNo. ZII7 Main Ktr
Apply to JAMES LEE, Jh., 4 Madison St.
RCsOMS-Two furnished or unfurnished
rooma at 40 Madison atreet.
ESIDENCE-342 Vance atreet.
Apply a 3iH Vance atreet.
Tj LEG ANT newly furnished rooma, bath
13J room, etc Inqnire at 118 Court atreet.
STOREIIOUSES-The three new first-claas
Storehouses on ShelHv street, next north
of the Gayoao Hotel. Terraa reasonable.
Apply to CARRINGTON MASON,
OH Madiaon atreet
CHOICE OFFICES On Second etory. oo
cupied for many yeara by Br J. W. Nel-
on, Dentiat, oorncr Union and Main streets.
Apply at 3 Union atreet. JOS. LENOW,
FRONT AND REAR OFFICE-274 Front
atreet: cotton. room .n,l oftinit; t.rmi
moderate. Apply to
Tool?, MoGOWA1" m.
THE stockholders of the Home Insurance
and Trust Company are hereby notiSed
that the anrual election for thirteen direc
tore will be held at the office of the Company,
No 288 Front afeet on W RriNkKnaV. tin.
T0BER6, 18SH, betweon the houra of 11 a.m.
and i p.m. is. L. MCUOWAN, President.
Sheriff's Sale of (iTocerles, Liquors,
BY virtue of an ordorof sale to me direct
ed, from the honorable Chancery Court
nf Ct..lka ani.n,0 in n-.. X.- fiOUK Tk..
dore Read vs H. Daatseet al., I will,
rithia legal heura, sell to the highest b'd
lora, for cash, the atock of Groeeriea, Winra,
M.. iO Ua,.rn ilr.al IS.iJ ...1.
aists of freah imported faro v g, ods. Bida,
nwever, win vo rcvoivea wiinin ine ion aaya
or the entire atock and fixtures, to be aub
ait'ed to tho Contt for approval or rejection.
ii-. . : -, n L - I. ; .1 . H:n .
cess to the ttock by applying to me, or T. S.
ti.n n . lI : iv
lauory, Jepuiy coerui.
TV.;. 90,1, .lav nf R.nl.rr n.. IfilMt
W.I). CANN N, Sheriff.
W. W. Gcodwln, L. A. K. Lehman. H. F.
Dalix, Myers ft Sneed, Miller ft Gilham et
Attorneya for Complainants.
Among the Northern Lakec
of Wisconsin, Minneaota and Iowa, are hnn
dreds of deligbtlul plaoea where one can paaa
the summer months in quiet rest and enjoy,
ment, and return home at the end of the
heated term completely rejuvenated. Eant
recurring aeason brings to Ooonomowoo,
Waukesha, Benver Dam, Frontenao, Oko
boji, Minnetonka, White Bear, and innu
merable other charming localities with re
mantic names, thonaanda of our best people
whose winter homes are on either aide ot Ms.
aon and Cixon'a line. Elegance and com
fort, at moderate ooat, can be readily obtained-.
A list of summer homes, with all
neceasary informa Ion pertaining thereto, i
being distributed by the Chicaiiii, Miuwac
iii and St. Paul Railway, and will be sen
free upon applicati. n by letter to A. V.
Carpenter, General Pasaetger Agent, MI
A. G. RHODES & CO
Have Removed to
BOO 8BOOND ST.
Where they will continue to sell Houae For
nixhini Goods Cheaper Than Anybody,
ftsd on Xftsiar term
the mm COURT.
A NUMBER OF OFFICERS ELECT
Chairman Slaughter's Report oft lie
Condition of Finances-Receipls
The Couuly Court met yettirday lor
i ne uctooer term, with Chairman
Slaughter preeidiDt; and Clerk tjuig-
iej ii .no uli.
SALABIE9 THE RAMI.
The talariee of all officers were fixed
tne same ss last Tear exepnt the aniri
neerat the conrtbouse. which was in.
creased from $163 to $160 per month,
us to uire urn own neip.
C BONKB Piwir.
Justices Powel, Elliot and Battn
berg wire nominated lor Coroner. On
tbe first ballot Powel was elected, re-
ceivmp, hi vciej, iiiiott 14 and Hutted
The firet ballot tor Poorhouse Com'
missioners was: A. R. Pope 19, A. O.
Wellborne 17. J. B. Blaekwall IS.
Frank Porter 8, Harrion 9, Uughts
14, and llnghey 7. The turee firat
were deelBred elected.
Dan O'Donnell was elected engineer
m tne uouruioii.-e by acclumntton ami
John Brenran janitor, receivine 2i)
voiej; . xi. xiijr, x. . UlHIenaj, 7 i
K. F. Maynnid, 1 :"S. J. Giisawsv. 0
The firm ballot for Oourthonro watch
man gae Koike 11; Jackson, 10;
jviaFay, y ; Awmors o. S;ccntl bal
;ot, Rotik, 10; Jackson, T3; Mr.asej-, 7
Jaukson eli cted.
BNOINKER AT JAIL.
P. J. Helletnan 7eteived 15 votes
and P. (iilli spie 26, the latter being
G. P. Jordan was elected Cjunly
surveyor r y ai-ciamation.
ELL CTED CONSTA BLB.
J. F. Burke whs elected cor staWe of
the Twelfth District by acclamation,
and W. S. Pope County Ranger.
The Chaitman submitted the fel
lswing quarterly report:
To the Worshipful County Court of Shelby
I beg leave to submit to yon my
third quarterly report ending Septem
ber 30, 1880. Under the re quirements
of law it is only my duty to reporl to
you the 6nancial condition of the
county once every six months, but it
is a matter cf public concern, and I
feel tbat it is my duty to lay before
yon suh information and facts touch
ing our finaTPs as I may posses.
And in making this report I desire
to give yon as completo a statement
cf our financial condition as it is os
nible to do, giving in detail tbe total
indebtedness cf the county of every
Below please find our total receiDls
and disbursements during the quarter
ending September 30, 1S36.
Total amount of expenditure! $3S,fiS7 81
Total amount of receipts M.'SM 89
Excoa of expenditures over r
ceipta $ 1,290 93
Amount of warrants Joutstanding
laat report $10,952 94
Issued during this quarter 2,519 86
Amountredeemed durlmr nuarter... 4'2.oyi 04
Balance outstanding, including
those redeemed by Trustee during
September and those in handa of
Chairman not paid out 20,480 72
BAIL BOA D INDKBTEDNXtS.
As this is probably one of the most
important questions that this court
has had to deal with fur moie thin a
quarter ol a century, and one, te-bapa,
that tbe public generally kio lem
about, I det-ir j to give you s full a ata
mint of our rnilr a 1 indebtedness.
We are indebted to the Mobile and
Ohio railroad $272,000, or 272 bonds
f $1000 each, which indebtedness dps
been recently fnnded. These bonds
tall dun from 1889 to 1914. On th s
bonded debt we par an annual inter
est of $16,320, which is provided lor in
Memphis and Raleiirh Railroad-
In regard to this indeb'edness I find
that thearecrda of this court show
but litt'n about them, only that there
were ICO bnnds of $500 eaih issued.
beating data July 1, 1872, running fif
Tbete is nothing in tbe records to
show ttaf any of those bonds
have been redeemed, but on
exatninaiion cf the books in
the Chairman's office dnr ng the
administration of Justice II iuuan I
find that in February, 1877, fifteen of
said bonds retired.
In September, 1877. three (3) were
In January. 1878. five f51 were re
In April, 1880, one (1) was retired.
In Jnlu 1Kil nna III rnt,tA
making a total of said bonds redeemed
of $12,500, leaving a balance out
standing against the county of $37,-
TboBe bonds are now. and have
been since is-ued, drawing 8 per cent
interea'. mere is doutt't3 same
amount of coupons outs'andingon this
liability, and whatever amount tbers
may be, I wish to call your attention
t) tht frict tbat all of those bonds fall
dne Jnly 1st, 1887, and it la your duly
to look to tbe redemption or funding
of those bonds. Should vou determine
to fund tboss bonds, I call yonr atten
tion to tne law P'oblbitins you from
doing so nnleea by special act cf the
1 am decidedly of the opinion, and
so s ate that I believe that it would
be impolite ta fund those bonds from
the. fict that it will require lgis'ation,
and the amount being small, I would
tupgBHt and recommend to the ciurt
that, if a levy of 10 cents is nude for
1887 tnat 1 will assume to eiv and
guarantee with the arailab'e fucdi
now on hand, and the amount to be
de iv. d from back taxes nntil they are
due, tbat every bond will ba redeemed
bfionia you determine to Drovir'e
for the redemption of those bonds,
it will be a period in the history f
this county and of tbis couit that vou
should feel proud of.
1 hope that yon will not think that
I am premature in bringing before
you this question. I only do so from
ne met ti,at snouia vou determine to
fund these tonds, to enable you to
secure such legislation as will be
necefHiry to enable you to do si.
Iti 1885 the cnon'.y issued J60009
in bonds for the purpose of initiating
uditmerts sua outstanding: wariante
ngBitift the county. Those bonds fa'l
due from 1890 to 1910. We pay an
annual interest on those bonds of
3:100 ', which is provided for in our
The total amount c f indebt
edness against the count v.$3G9 500 00
Total amount outstanding
warrants egamet tbe
county to date 20,480 72
Grand total of all indebted
ness oi the county to
a a $389,980 72
Thnre itaiotnannaatlnn. it-.ot l.nn.
ce'.ve to ba of. Tital importance with
our bonded indebtedness that I feel it
my duty to call your attention to, but
as tney are connected with oar annntl
levies the January term of this court
would be the most appropriate time.
I learn that the accommoda'.ions
furnished the gtand tin y in tbe wav of
room is wholly itad-qtia'e for their
comfort and tne transaction cf
tbeir legitimate busings. I wou'd
moet resptctfully eu ge t to the
coart for your cotim'detatiin
the propriety of allowing the grand
jury the room now occupied by th,s
court, and that this court use the
Lsw Library room as a room for tbis
couit. I have recently tonfetred
with some of the direct ors of that as
sociation, ard find ilia', they ars will
ing that this court should occupy
that room, provided they ran have
the use of tbe room on tle third fl.jcr
formerly resigned to the United States
Feeling the great responsibilities of
the position you have aesigned me,
and knowing tbat the eyes of an in
terested public are looking to me for a
taitl.fnl discharge t f the many oneroui
dutit s of this office, I cannot close this
report without ankimt y ur indulgence,
and I might say pardon, for making
tbe sugges'ior s tbat I have, asurinu
you that they are bessd alone from n
cc.nom-'cal standpoint, I Ran ony
present them to you for your consid
eration. It is for ym to de'ermine
the feasib'lity or vait:e of any e nggw
tions 1 have mad. Kwimrtmlly
D. C. SLAl QlllKR, Chairman.
Miss Claba Conway will a-rive in
Memphis tnaiotrjw nioruiunr.
V. It. TlIaVHIl. f.!l fnn-oln.
.. . - -. . --, ... . iv.uri, uai nr
turned f.om New Yotk, where ho
purciifBoa ins ran g Oils.
Ecoknb G. Krk.mkb, foruno ly e f thi
city, is pracliifing law in New- Yoik.
Ilia addrecs is 71 BroAiiway.
Wk am nlensfil to aomn im M- T
H. Menken in the BiuU City, aftjre'ov-
erai uiuntiis tojou-n m Uie Kat
U'Iiata. wa iimlarfi and 1a ..!..
tasty elections in many luautiful
Mr. Ar.anan 7iTPL-va an m:nn...
, "t ClUlilUUl,
New Yprk architect, is at ihe Oayoso.
ine aesrgtiBior me new building to be
erected liv I.o"i:Rt"in Itrna t,.
nished by Mr Zackrr, who wiil have
eupervLion of the wo k.
The following wern plootct o. l
elected et the lat meetine of the Ger
man lurner A'so iation: John Schorr,
nrpnitinnr. T)r. 1( I. 1 oak! ni......:
I -. - J.I V llO-pi TBI'
dent ; Oi ti Bruch, rr coniii g tecretury ;
u. rrn, currnppnnnipg score nry;
RDbert Pump, treasurer; F. Zimmer
mar n, financial secre'a'y.
Junoa D. W. Baeiww, a prominsnt
lflwvpr ftnd anuer nlnntr of 1,,,!.:..
with his wife end daughter, Miss Ant. a
Let j.arrow, ppni euuuay in ilie city,
and left by the Valley route for their
home at Plequmirie. Mrj. Borrow,
f ormerly Misa Lou Pilcher, is a sister
of Mis. 8. A. Thompson, of this city.
Morris II. Warnkr, press agent for
Rftrmim. vhn Brriviarl loot k.m ..1.,..
mflila a linat nt frlanl. l.,.;,) nn.l
" vu. u . . ' ., u itiriuc nuu cui
of the newspaper fraternity during his
unci dvb jr. n o lutuern man, ana
thoroughly at home with Southern
neOnle. thA orpat ahnwrnon (lianlava,!
Lis usual tact in tending him out on
u.a piu eui tour.
Gr. ITlTlflV fiuiTtl tl,a,t:at:ntnV..l
Confedcrats soldier, and his accom
plished wife celebrated tlrnir silver
weddinarat Sewanee, Tenn., Siturday
last. Gen. and , Mrs. Kiihy Smith,
with their eleven suns ar.d daughters,
received tbe giie.stii. Mre. Kirby Smith
VRBS MiaaSuhlnn iit t unnl,!,,... V.
a member of a family renowned f,r
tflttir llflanlV Thar, na.a mann...l.
....... ' - - ...'' noia iii.inj n.a
at the eiiver wedding from throughout
i uo ouu u,
Mr. J. L. HnTrniManv irnnsv.!
manager of Bimum's lirat show, is a
uiiniB me looaing men ol about 4(1,
nf plesAinir manner ami nf,eAMUl,la a.l.
d'f ss. Dee pits In iverv sr.iuous nature
.1 k:. . . .. .
ui uio uuimr, us ine executive neaa ol
eo vaet an o,irrpo'tir,ri an th llo.nnm
circu', he nevertheles? finds time for
euuiai auieinues ana in a congenial
crowd is a rare compan'on. The B.u
num orftis is fottunste in having at
i s head an officer who Is both a fin
ished man of affairs and a poli htd
The great revoliitionnaile in our
Millinery Depa'tment hy Miss
Johnston, who is now in charge,
was fully recoguized yeettirday at
Paris Millinery Exposition.
Elegant Bonnets and Hats at the
popular prices of $S, $10 and $12,
ueually sold at diuble the price,
were the surprise and admiration
nf the numbers of ladies who
thronged our store. The Exposi
tion continues today.
MENKES AND COM PAST.
The Hon. Zack Taylor, the nominee
of tbe Republican party for Congtes.
and Mr. James Phelan, nominee ot
the Democratic puty for Congrene,
wilt tddre's tie ciii.i-ns r,f tn 'lenth
CongrtBatonal Dintuit, in j int die
cusaion, at the time and plucis stnt.d
Lncy, Wedneedav, Oct. 6, 1 p.m.
Rniiilol h, hurnl iy, Oct. 7, 1 p.m.
Atrkd, Fr day, O 8, I P. in.
O Vinson, Nrti n I y, Oct. 9, 1 p.m.
Tsberu c , Momliiv, Oct. II, 1 p.m.
Ba'tletr, l ueil y Oct. 12, 1 p.m.
Brunsnick, Wednoeday, Oct. 13,
Germantown, ThurBt'ny, Oct. 14, 1
Collierville, Frii'cy, Out. 15, 1 p.m.
8imrvil!e, Ratun'uy, 0;i. 16, 1 p.m
Lafira' ge, Monday. Oc. IS, 1 p.m.
Will s on, Tus ay. Oct. 19, 10 am.
Mr scow, Tuo ilnv, 0,:t. 19, 4 p in.
Pocaliouias, Weilnesday, Jcl. 20, 10
Middleton, Wcdinsday, Oct. 20, 4
riiulnnury.Tl.u sl-y,Oit 21, 10a.m.
Grand Junction, Thursday, Oct. 21,
Toors, Fridnv, Oct. 22, 10 a.m.
B' 1 var, SAUirdny, Oct 23, I p ra.
Wh toviile, Mo day, Oci. 25, 1 p.m.
Whituhuven, Wednesday, Ot. 27, 1
Caplevillo, Thu'sdsy, Oct. 28, 1 p.m.
Meroph s, Fr dav. Oot.i9, 7:30 p.m.,
at Exposition Building.
Mason, Saturday, Oct. 30, 1 p.m.
W. J. SMITH,
Clin. Republican Cng. Committee.
E. F. ADAMS,
Cbn, Democratic Cong. Committee.
FOR THE MISSISSIPPI Ab TE.
BIu; Schema for Soul bwes'ern Money
Pool Fruit Traffic-lien-eral
Mr. A. J. Knann nnTo 1
1 r- n ' .',-' i'uouiikci
agent of tho Mis.idppi nd Teunesst e
railrtai). has iisnpil a e;nnl . .
nnuncing the appointment of J. A
Sansston as cenpral trjrulini. n..o...
gw agent, and JohnT. Hines local p3e-
renser aeent nf tha Mi daiuinnl an,l
Maj. Sangs'on is ptrhaps mors
widely arniiaintil in 11,1.
T -. vjv, . ,v, ti nil,.
In the Northwest than any of the
uit ui iraveunK agents, lie makes
friend, and warm nnas hor.i, h.
goes, his position with the great 111 -
uio wiiirai naving mane Mm a repu
tation of which he has good reason ti
Mr. HineR. thnnoh an fr, u.mnki.
brin2S With him a ronntilmn nrll
earned by his yt are cf active aervice
with railroads noith e f tbe Ohio river
and is waimly wtl ouudby the fra-
aoiltkwealprn l'aairnirr llimlnvae
Cmcuio, III , October 4. The pro-
pueuu i) uu lor nrminu a irron mi,ii
. - r ' " - ' ,
D )Ol Oil NlllUlWIift "rn nnuunnnor loiai.
nefs.which has aheothed tbe attention
of the inaguiitos of Southwestern r;atls
inrounnou; uie pnst wtek, liai fallen
thrcuuh, and now the bui c ssful or-
eatii.iltiun of a nn:il in nrortw.ll,.
faraway as xvxr. Ir ,,,,:, o i (.,.
daj s ti bring about iin agroementon
i he first section of the jiropojcd plan.
Tne vexatious point waj finally s-t-t'ed
hy a cotupromiHO, nnd yeeterdjy
the montinir n iwe l,,l ;il ii.o.,,..
eideration of the rast of the p'an. The
pern? n'ago cintise wis pointed out in
advance as the rmk on which negotia
tions would go to pieces, and so it
proved. A long and fruitless ditcus
eioo f )llowed tbe reading of the per
contags clause The Wabesu road
moved to submit tho quoction to ar
bitration. The Chicago and Alton
has always beeu opposad to thia
method of s ttl ng the rercentiKO
question, end was prompt In ente'inu
its protest. Vies President McMul
lin said that he was instructed
by bis coaipauy to say tbat
the Al'on would tot cntnrany pooling
arrangoment for a period of more t! an
one ynar. This was a thnnderbalt,
inasmuch as the expectation was that
if a pool was formed it wonld ba for a
period of at lea t three years. The
Alton's representative waa r quested
tu reiterate his fta'emunt, which he
did without hesitation, and delibera
tions on the proposed plan cea-od in
etanter. Before separating, however,
the manegers talked over the feasibil
ity of drawing up a plan on the one
year baiie, and a coram ;tt;o was ap
pointed to agree upon a plan. The
comtr itte is to report atsny early hour
Monday, October 11th, if pots hie.
Mr. Thomas Thompson, for some
lime pat satretary to Commissioner
E. P. Wilson, wa appointed acting
commissioner until the existing agree
ment is a thing of the past or until a
new pool is formed.
St. Louie, sjulem atiMl 1.1111a Kork.
St. Louis, Mo., October 3. It is
s'sted by authoiity that the St. Louis
and San Francisco Railroad Company
have acqu red the 8;. Louis, Silem anil
Li uie ticcx railroad, so d last week tin
ner foreclosure of mortgage to Charles
8. Freeh rn and M. 8. Taylor for the
bondholder. The road lies five short
I) arches running through a rich iron
r g n -hich is fairly whII developed,
ami ii 1 p'OVfl a very valuable feeder
to the St. Louie and San Francisco.
The Texas Traffic Association will
open a series of meeting here tomor
row to di:cass questions rols l:g toths
interest) of the roads in Lo associa
tion. A Polite Proprietor.
The rvpntation of ontinj ho ves on
Sout lorn railroads has never been
good, but many of the lines now t ay
e-specird attention to this impo'tmt
feature, and a change is taking p ace
for the bettr. Among the best an I
politest proprietors in this part of tl
cinntry is O. If. Albep, at ihe Hotel
Hsinark, Decatur, Ala. His clerk,
Mr. S. H. Harder, is do ermined tlia'
the hotel shall stand at the ton ot Dm
list, aud leaves nothing undone f r
the comfoit of guests.
fruit 1 ralllr.
The freight trnffic on tbe Louisville
and Nashville Railroad, both Inwnul
and cutward bound, is reported to be
very good at this s ieson of the year
and ia gradually iBcrnaaing. This i
eare'iaily the case in tbe shipment of
Wobt Indian fruit.
Call aud Sec
My large and well aesortsd stock ol
Parlor, Bodroom and Dinning Room
Furniture, Carpets. ltus-a. Art
Square", Window Shades and Lace
Curtains, with fixtures for same. Am
receiving new goods every day, and
invite an inspection of them and my
prices and terms, either for cash or on
tasy installments. a. w. fisher,
m Beoond St., opposite Court Square.
A DrnffKltrt'aj Story.
Mr; Isaao O. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balsam for
the Lungs. I caa say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
nave never oearu a customer speak ol
it but to praise its virtues in tiie high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest eflects. I
have used it in ray own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
I ott!e in the modicine closet ready for
Kloxlc! Wkut 1 II?
A rarmlpffl. almnla narva f-nd trial
will supercede stimulants and ner
vines. It contains not a dtop of med
icine, stimulant cr alcohol, and is the
only thing known that will recover
brain and ntrvous exhaubtion, kill the
thirst for alcohol drinks, opium, e'e ;
(lives a vifroroua annetitn. lnfroHhina
sleep, and is invaluaole to the bra n
worker and tnose BUflerlng in any
form lrom nervntiani.PH na it. rrprtvptra
everything caused by ovHttaeking the
nervous system. Moxie Nerve Food
Is a delicious beve-age, end is for sale
Dy ica nng druggist. .
Atltlce to itlolliciM.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Srrup
should always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
sndorers at once; it product's natural.
Jiuiut sleep by relieving the child
rom pain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It ia
very pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and ia the best known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from
teething or other causes, Twenty
five cents a bottle,
Tailor and Importer.
uU!,Tvr2 "Ot-K li now complete. The LftriMt, Ch-Joeet JO
NOVKftiVia7 t7LS7?.'".Mmnl,h"- oonalatln, Cf all ui
liatroducud by tbe I.edlng Importers of England, aranoe and Ger
oZa5 8TA.NU U"Pt " MAtiNllflCliNT 8IOCU. at mf
Cor. Sicond and Jaffanon
rircasll Court-Katoa, Jaage.
Specially set nonjury case for Ootc
ber 5th: Ncs. 9018 to 9027, Felix
Boyd et al vs F. O. Veyanin A Co. ;
9041, M. Kinsella vs Wm. Little ; 9 M2,
Mrs. K.Byrnes vs same; 9046, Joe
Walter, f jt usa. vs Wm. A. Fischer;
91)73, J. D. G.-.dby et tl vs J. W. Knott!
859:, Jos"phine T. 11a rdin, adminiatr-
triT, vs j no. uani.
Ttie divorce callonder ill bo cal'e l
t'linucxrr I'oiirl-Klloll, Jiartir.
Calendar Otobnr (ith Nw. "7il
Ayres va Amy; SS97, White va M.iri-
amy; i-tsiti, uu.ny vs Sniith ; 3;!05,
la v City; 313S, Hill v Walhtir;
3539, Parsozyk vn Rocto; 362S, Cash va
Dekene; 3015, Morg,jn vs Dickons;
3(i'i0, Vta hes vs Greenlaw; 3717, Ba
ker vs Rose; 3S15, Mitchell vs Mit
i hell ; 3822, Appc-rton vs Mas )u ; 3S23,
Appetson vs M ifooj 39:3, Cuhb'ns vs
iskey; 4014, Street vs ltitrs; 4027,
Oran s Overton; 4061, Brown vs
Miller; 4225. Bond vs Bawling; 4342,
Steele vs Hoist; 4361, Sixers of Zion
KCLE IN nKOAIIDTO THIAU PY JURY.
1. Tho first Mondays of Di'comlipr,
K.'bruurv and Mav nr annul ut.ul f,.
the hearing of cimis in which a trial
by puy stinll ba demanded by eitLer
2. No trial by jury will le allowed
unlera the nnmn wl nil lm ,l,,m,m,l.,,l
nd the issues presiuied to the Court,
before the caee is reaohed ou the hear
ing docket, and at leaet five diys text
before One of the dava nrmnints.l t, -
rf- f ...... ,
3 A calender almll ha mi,U nliu
cauws for trial by jury on each of the
uayaeuovo appoiLiau, and tUo same
shall ba beard iu tUeu or Jr as they
btand cn the huaiino' flooknt until all
sm disposed of.
Uotober 4, lKNi.
J.. . t ... . . . . .....?
Hitrouaa'a urHl Nliow.
That P. T. lUrnum.the father of the
clrcos profis'ion, lias kept f. ith with
bis friends of former years is a fact
positive and beyond a postulate. Ilia
entree in the South with Lis great and
undivided aggregation was an occa
sion long to be remembered in Mom
phis. Despite the rumorj that the
Barnum and London shows would
separate when the Muson and Dixon
line had been pessvd. the citv was
thronged with anxious merry makers
from miles and miles around. Long
before the glittering pageant filed
through the principal thoroughfares
tne tiiutiwavB and bvwavs were
crowded and curbstone seats were at a
premium. The procession, which, by
the way, is the same that Mr. Barnum
has always giveu as a prelude to li s
great hIiow, was a pronounced success.
There was a freshners and neatness in
its make up which drew forth compli
mentary comments from all sides. No
attempt was made to "s'.ring out" the
patade or force its time in
passing a given point. Hun
dreds of chariots followed clrse
tcgolher, and hundreds of animals
almost trod upon each others' heels.
A good deal of word ralnting is
elways engaged in to describe the free
procession of circures, but Barnum's
advertisements In this respect are not
overdrawn. How the show could be
divided is a mystery to these who
Inoked in wonder and admiration at
the free street parade.
Under the canvas tho sime pro
gramme which thrilled and delight d
lie thousands upon thousands in the
East and West was carried out
to tV.e letter. In the three
great rings tho entire world wa rep
resented the best riders, the best
vaultera and tumblers, the best trapeze
performers, the two and four horse
chariot races, the elephant, camel and
monkey, jockey races and tbe fiat,
hurdle and cteepla chaees, the contor
tionistsnothing was omitted. It
took several hours to complete the
immense programme, but all waited
to witneas the last sot. 1 1
I.iftxle Evan la "Nea Baud."
Miss Evans opened her engagement
here under rathor inauspicious cir
cumstances. Tbe competition of a
circus is something that few actors
could suocesefslly withstand, and it is
a compliment of which MiBi Evans
may fuel justly proud that she drear
even so good a bouse as tbat assem
bled last night at the New
Memphis Theater. Sea Sandi
is a rather poorly constructed
play and in feebler hands than that of
MiB4 Evans and ber company would
hardly deserve mention. Miss Evans,
however, manages to infuse into it
some of ber own effurveecent humor,
and tho result Is a p'eesing entertain
ment. In many ways she reminds
one of Litta, and of the numerous
imititots of that sprightly act
ress she is probably the most
successful, hut she baa merit of her
own of undoubted excellence, and
there is a dash, s sparkle and a win
somoncss about ber that at once wini
her a warm place in public favor. The
comiany that surrounds MissEvana
is of average merit and evenly
balanoed, and their petforouance
is on the whole satiefactory. Mr.
Corey, the comed'iin, has a good
voice and sings well. He has a
tendency, howevor, to descend into
coarse hufi'oonery which may injure
him. H'B lingering on a certain sylla
ble in the tit-willow fong last night
wa decidedly vulgar. The audience
were evidently highly pleased with
the poifoimuico, and attested tht ir
appreciation by liberal laughter and
aptdansu. Sen Hmdi will be repealed
Id referring to Sou Simth the Nash.
vi le American says: "Mies Evaus and
hr plav sro, ia a word, vey a tract
ive, acd her presence latt n uht ia an
omen ( f uotd prorniee for th sm C9i
of the seuson at this bouBe. Her ok
turns s are cbio and dainty, ami hor
cnte wajs captivate. Thin pnrf urn
ance opens a hat of specially fine at
tr c ions hooked by Manager Mileoin
fi r the winter."
IS BRMOVBD BT THS OSS Of OOCOAIIHB,
And it stimulates and promote tha
arowth of the hair.
xsarnaii a lavoring jmnracu are in
B. Scharf to Henry Loeb, bill of sals
of bis entire stock nf groceries, cigars,
goods, Wares, merchandise and fix
tures for the sum of $00.
T. D. Cooperwood, executorr, to J.
W, Harrison, deed for the considera
tion of $432, north half of the aouth
west quarter, sction 12, tswnship 1,
ranee o, SO acres.
Emm O. Avery to W. T. Avery,
oVed for the consideration of love and
atl'ection, on Poplar street boalevard.
mw i t'l num.
C. J. Cooney tD J. D. Moore, 58J
seres land in country for sum of $120.
Lizze and J. T. W llins to 1. II.
Wl:liam;on, lot U F. W. Smith's sub
diviei n, wett tiiioof Cynthia street,
4tl.r t,"rt) fi'ct. C mi-idoration, $"',2(!0
M nter Park-r to Frelanil Bauks,
40x150 feet on wosts:(Naf Alon
avHtiue, fcr tho mm of $300.
Froland Banks to Nancy L Mon
tana, part lot 19, 40x150 feet, noith Bids
Alst.in ave, $79d the consideratioa.
Mr. J. H, 8(atkb, tranher of Gor
niau, G.tyoso Hotel.
Mrs. Viani, dro s irukimr, letnoved
tJ No. 56 Avery siraet.
P. M. Stanley, funeral director and
embalmer, 65 Madison street.
Dits MiTcitRi.i. it: Maurt have re
moved their oilier to their new sana
torium building, No. 1 1 1 Court street.
Mins CAiimtt M. Kkatino, pinmV,
may he found c.t tin store of E Wfx.
rnann it Ci.. 2LM ami '"q u.,,,4
street, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. eCery day.
G. W. Miller A On., Potent Asbestca
Pha lronf Kniit.krj I,i- .1 .....l.:!:i
,1 ----w..-. . vj. uuiniiiiivy,
equaled hy none. Usod on oid, tin,
Iron, Mt and yravel roofs. No. 55
Thb Jlerba! Chill Cure, the boat
toolcand antl-imloiio known. A certain
And taxesurc tor ch.llj. l'riccf! i-r boU
a. Sand ..Iu.. , . .,. 1. ....... ""T
e-ctice glxen. AJiren Ji.iiu 0. Uuckar.
Lnotiberr, Va, '
Mua Upton fs row at 402 Shelby
street, southe stcornnrof McCall, op-
(jiwi a uie uavoto iiotei, prepar.'d to
mnk-i dre? ea in tho latest tty'es. Good
work and reasonable prices.
Fort elegant furniture go to the
Armstrong Fmniinn nm
Second street. They havo special
bargains for next week. Special
figures to those buying outfits.
Peon. Sa vn v will noon
academy Wednesday, Octobr6th, at
Inniatall Hall, corner of Jeflersjn and
Second streets, at 8 o'clock p.m. Chil
dren's c'nas Wednesdays and Satur
days, 3 o'clock p.m. ; ladies and gen-
uenimi ins p.m. same days.
All authorities agree that the milk
of a healthy mothoris the boat food
f r an infant. Next to this, and con
tainirm all the element for perfect
nutrition, is Mellin'a Food, which,
after a long tear, is highly indorsed by
prominent medical men.
Dkskrvino of Conkidbkob. There)
is no article which so richly dessrvea
the entire confidence of the commun
ity an BrOWn'h ItllDMnillAl. rnnniim
Tboss sutrering from Asthmatic and
Bronchial diseases, Coughs and Colda,
should try them. Price 25 cents.
Tne "Krnnaltlnn TTnlwnraiDlU A. P.J
Culinairu" awarded the highest hon
or In Anonatura Klttur. am ika a
efficacious stimulant to excite ths np-
po ueanu to keep the digestive i r
gans In good order. Ask for the gen
nine article, manufactured only by
nr, j. u. n. niogeri a Hons, and be
ware of imitations.
ADDITIONAL It I VEILS.
OyyicB Rionai Ssrviom, TJ. 8. A.,
MKiirim, October 4, 1 p.m.
The following obEervatinns era taken
at a 1 B'atious uained at 75 meridian
t tne, which is one hour faster than
R ss Fall
Poet, lOths lOthe 10th
Cairo . 7 13
Chattanooga.... 1 8
Cincinnati 7 9 L2 -
Davenport S 6
Dubuque S 4 1
Furt Smith 2 6 4
Keokuk S 7 - -
Helena i 9 -
La Crotss 6 - , S
Leavenworth... 6 2
Little Rock 3 7 - 4
Louisville 4 2 - 3
Memphis 5 4
Nashville 2 - t
New Orleans.... 2 7 2 ........
Omeha 7 - .(
Pittbnrg 5 S i
St. Louis 7 3 1
8r. Paul 2 8 1
Shrevoport 4 S 1 a
Vicksburg 3 8 4 1
Itanareir I. Ine Feet and Untax ef a foet
ab ve sero of gauge ;
Cairn, 40 feet. Ckattanenga, . feet.
Cincinnati, fit. Davenport, w.
Dubuque, 18. rort rmttB, m.
Keokuk, 14. Helona,-.
Lacroa'e, 24. Leaveeworth, at.
Little Koek, 2$. Loai-ville, K.
Memphis, M. New Orleana, l.t.
Naahville, 40. Pit(b.rg, M.
Omaha, 18. H. Paul, T.
St. Louia. 32. Tickaharg,
Shreveport,28. Taaktoa, 44.
Vicksbubo, Miss., October 4 Night
Arrived: Phil Armour, Louisville.
NbwOrlbars, La., October 4. Night
Arrived: R. S. Hayes aud bargee, St.
Cincinnati, O., October 4.-Night
River 8 feet on the gauge and rising.
Weather closr and cool.
Louisviliji, K v.,Ocloher 4. Night
River 3 feet 10 inches In the canal and
1 foot 8 itclns on hs fhlls and falling.
BuBitiess brisk. Weather clear and
St. Louis, Mo., Octobe r 4. Night
River stationary, and etanda7 3-10 feet
on the gauge. Weather clear and
pleasant. Arrived: Arkansas City,
Vicksburg. No departures of regular
Cairo, lLL.,October 4.-NlghtRIvet
7 teoi on tbe gauge and riiug. Weathcl
clear and cool. Arrived : Bella Mam
phis, St. Louts, 3 p., Mo departtjrat
of regular packets,