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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
ITo. 38 MADISON STEEET,
is in receipt of larger,
lctd stock of CASSMEEES.WORSTEDS, SLIT1XGS
and 0YERC0ATI5GS, (all
tions,) than was aver shown
stock comprises the choicest
and most durable goods in gentlemen's wear.
Samples and Price
who have left measures.
The Charming Little Comedienne,
ZiIZZIB XI XT ACTS.
WeX."d Fogg's Ferry.
rlLd.d The Culprit Fay.
Each lady to receive a handsome Cabinet
Photo ot Mips Evans.
B-Seat at Mullo'd's -W
. Monday, Oct. llih Th Divtia Armoy.
Mrs. Florence Fin'ey Moore
WILL REOPEN HER
Sutiirilay. (let. 2:!il, Ht P.M.
MULEY COW-With white stripes on back
and red sides: eiirstplit; about 5 years
old; $." rewurd for her rettirn to
MKS, MATTH KWS. 21S Tennessee t.
TVR. C. J. RCI1ERER.
practioe in Memphis. Charges moderate.
Call and tee him. I' dice hours from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. urilays from 9 to 12 m.
ROOMS AND HOARD.
OOMS Furnished, with board,
At nttl Melby street.
ROOMS AND fcOARD
At 41 Market street.
ROOMS Ploasant. furnished rooms, with
board, for ladies or rentleicen. Termi
very reasonable. 392 Con rt Eitenried.
DESIRABLE HUOMS-With board, at
72 MADISON ST.
KOOMS Furnished room with board.
121 Court street.
T. JAMES HOUSE 58 Adams street.
Board and lodging. 15; day bourd, Si 0.
ELIGIBLE ROOMS-With snperior board.
two blocks from ftayoso Hotel. 463 Shelby
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, sinele or ea
suite, furniahed or unfurnished, with or
without hosrd; otberrooma, 104-106 Court st.
R0I4MS With. or withont board; terms
reasonable. 140 MADiSON RT.
"inn LOADS old SHINGLES for kindling
XJJ at 60o per load, at 180 Linden street.
CHEAPEST-t.t500 improved property in
the etiy. Apply to
W. D. L., Appeal office.
ORSE A good young rookaway and
hack horse. Arp'v to
lit'OK A LAGRir.L, 289 Second st.
A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS-Near
Xr State Female College, tor sale on easy
monthly payments, at H to (6 per front foot;
two blocks from street oars, in the most de
sirable suburb of Memphis. Only $50 on sh
down required, and balance atSlOper month.
T. A. LAMB, 10 Madison street.
LOT I hare a beautiful corner lot. lFO
,135 feet, in the fin eft suburb ol Mem
phis, one block lrom oars, in a delightful
neighborhood, which I will sell t the very
low price of 16 per foot, 'erors: 8100 cfh;
balance, fit) per month. Well fenced, witha
new stable on lot. Hrdondid for investment
or home. T. A. LAMB, 10 Madison street.
CHAMBER'S FOLDING MACHINE-But
little used, and in good condition. Ap
ply at APPEAL OFFICE.
THE lea-o and fixtures of th St. Elmo
Hotel, Meridian, Miss, Twenty-five
commodious rooms, within three minutes
walk of the Union Depot; large sample
room on the street next door; now doing a
good business and popular. Can be bad at a
bargain if applied for within the next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Elmire, proprietor,
TIN Lot of tin, suitaMefor roofing. Also
a Inriroice box At ubay'a.4'M t-helhy.
"VLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
W senate Building, occupied by B. Low.
enstein & Bros.
must be removed at once.
Of six rooms, and lot
J-l 200x44. 54
Dean avenue. Inquire on
CHEAP-One second band KOCKaWAY,
neariy as good as new, at lot Uni' n st
CEDAR SENCINfJ POSTS-For sale by
W. R. LARKIN. Larsinsville, Ala.
WOODL A WN STOCK FARM- In thestud
one thoroughhrcd Running Horse; fee
120. One Trotting llorae; fee, f 10. OneJer
sey Bull: fee, fi.SO Fob Sai.s-30 Horses.
3 Milch Cows, If, bend Butcher Cattle, Pea
oooks and Newfoundland Pups. Horses on
Sasture, $5 per month : Texas horses, 111 per
y Telephone JOSEPH BV H N K . Kr2.
Apply !his office.
nurse ' r housekeeper.
V 1 urt Street.
MAN to take an oF
capital required. Addr
70, West Acton, Mt'i,
and represent a
r week; small
with stamp, Box
APUSHINfl AGENT or Memphis for
eio asive sale ot Ch..i tgo Incandescent
' Gas Lamp Address immediately, CHICAGO
1N0ANDESCHNT 4as LAMP CO., No. 723
Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.
BOARDERS-Eleitantly furniahed front
and other rooms, with first-class board;
reasonsb'e prices. Call at 18 Mulberry st.
BOOK KEEPER And competent office
man, capable of taking charge ot set
double-entry books, in otiics of sawmills,
ninoty milet trntn Memphis. Please address,
givinrexpsriesce. re'erences, end snlaty ex
pected, PEAbODY A- WELLS,
GIlL To no plain rooking and house
s' work in a small private family; wbite
preferred. Call at 121 Washington street.
MAN COOK First-class, who understmds
both pastry and tnet cooking, for rail
road eating hnnye. A pply at Good bar A Co. 'a
QTAMPING AND EM BROIDERINU-
s- order in beit style at
C1IIAMBERMAID A reliable colored
J ohatnl'e- mniil n 1 72 Madison street.
liiVEHYHonY-To call and lee thocclf
XLi brated (lipsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
Street, near Poplar.
ROOMS-Well furnished rooms, No. 81
, local or traveling. A
rely new snecialtv f,r
VV wondertul entirely
lauies oniy ; ti aiuiv eosuy maue; no photo,
no painting; pnniaulars free. MRS. G.
LITTLE, Box 413, Ch cago. III.
POSITION By a lady as aus'c teacher, or
to teach young children English branches
Salary expeolod moderate. Good home de
sired. Address "Teacher," Coluir bus, Miss.
MAN An intclligert.esrnest man to rep
resent, in hie own locality, a large re
sponsible house. A remunerative SHlHr to
right patty. Steady position References
exchanged. A merican Manufacturing lluuse,
1" Birolayf-t., N. Y.
ALSSMEN In every State in the !' ton
to reprosont a PAINT MANUFACTUK
(i ESTABLISHMENT having several
SrgciAi.Tlia thatare popular and easy sell,
lng. Can be handled alone or in connect!, o
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
vv.jcv mavi'K'?. Co.. Baltimore, md.
COTTON SEED WANTED. Hulls and Meal
forsslechoap at GLOBE OIL W-jbKS
1finn LBS. FEATHERS Hiihest cah
IUI HJ pr,, paid by GABAY. Memphis.
TO KNOW-That I will
TH WITH GOLD for the
JJJ FILL TEETH
next thirty days for 11 60.
24a Main sreet.
OLD UU1D a SILVKH For cash or ex
change. MULF0RD, Jewe , fc4Maia
MDRRAT RIDGKLT, )
more varied and better se-
this season's importa
ia this market. The
designs, finest textures
on application to those
Truetee'B Sale Entire Outfit of BO ARD-
INOHOCSB, No. 306 Seooid street, this
(WEDNESDAY) morning at 10 o'clock, at
auction Extension Tables. Chairs, Beds,
jseaaing, uarpets. Moves, crookery, etc
A M. STODDARD, Auctioneer.
T. R. Waring, Trustee.
SlKAYil) OK SiOLEV.
rlOW One' white and black spotted cow,
i long horns, white face, marked upper
crop in lett and split in right ears. Any in
formation or her eturn tn 59 Jones av. will
be surahly rewarded GEO. B COLEMAN.
FOR SALE, KfcNT OR EX( HA;E.
tlOTTON SHED-On smith side of New
J Madison street, near Wellington, latoly
occupied by A. Al. lioyd k foes. Site ot lot
ii'.-ixWA leot. JOHN JOHNSON,
10 Madison street.
MULE One dark bay mare mule, about
12 years old, 15S hands high, white spot
near root of tail, shod on all four feet, in
good ordor; Sir reward fur the dolivery of
suia muie to Jonnson s stable, soj (second
WATCH A small silver wa'ch, marked
L. J. K., on ti'cind or Market streets,
or Carroll avenue, between the L Kit N,
R.R. and Clara Conway In'titute. Finder
will please return to this office and be re
warded. LADY'S GOLD MONOGRAM PIN-Letter-
"ft. D." Liberal reward by return
ing to 186 Court street.
GANE-On October 4th, between 110 Mad
ison street and corner of Huling and
Shelby streets, one gold-beaded ebony cane,
engraved Mrs. W. II. Wood. Liberal reward
for return of same to Hill. Fontaine & Co.
HNVELOPE-Addrested to J. T. LONG,
J containing i-7 50. Finder will please
return to J. T. Lrng, corner Gayoso and
Seoond streets, and be rewarded
OLACK DOG PIIP-8 weeks old. Finder
i-f will be rewarded by returning to
128 Fifth Street. CheMea.
STORE-No. 40 Madison street. Apply to
J. S. ANDREWS, Menken i Co
NEW Brick House, 133 Madiron; 7 rooms
and stable, two blooks from Cotton Ex
ehange; large yard. Apply 32 Msdison st.
ROOMS Sleeping rooms for single gentle
men, er gentleman and wiie without
children. Rent reasonable to the right par
tios. Call at the hat shop. 1S8 Second st.
OFFICES The front basement offices, with
vault, ol Planters' Insurance Building.
Apply in the building to W. 11. Robinson.
BRICK HOUSE-Two stories, nine rooms,
on Mulbirry street. Apply to
DR. 8 A. POOL.
STOREIIOU&E-Four story and bssement
storehoosn. No. 154 Front street.
MALLOHY, CRAWFOHD A CO.
KOOMS-Well furnished rooms, No. 81
BRICK RESIDENCE For rent or lease,
No. 85 Madison street, near Third, oc
cupied by tie late Dr. R. M. Buddeke. To
a reliable party the property will be leased
for one, two or three jears at a low rent. Ap
plytu J. S. ANDREWS. Mensen A Co,
C1OTT0N "FFICE-Apply to E. M. Apper
yaon A Co., No. 301 Front street.
LARGE STORE-Firet floor and oellar.
with side and rear entrances, Nos. 3CI
aDd 303 Main street. Possession October 1st,
or sooner, if required.
Offices, No. 280 Seoond St.
Rooms for light housekeeping, No 376 Pop
lar street, over drug sto'e. Apply to
B. B. SN0WDEN or J. L. G00DL0E,
38 Madison street.
"LpINEOFFICES-65 Madison street, next
Jl' to Ularemlon Hotel.
B. M. ESTES, 3, Madison St.
HOUSES On and near Walker avenue,
on Eliawood street car line, fro'g the
1st September, several houses, from two to
eight rooms, in good repair. Apply at 36
UjijonsreeiL JOS. LENOW.
HOUSE-220 Washington 8 .; 7 rooms and
bathroom. Apply at 133 Poplar St.
No. 166 Main Streot.
No. 2D5 Main Street.
No. 207 Mnin Street.
Apply to JAMbS LEE. Jr., 4 Madison St.
ROOMS Two furnished or unfurnished
rooms at 40 Mudison street.
TjLEGANT newly furnished rooms, bath
JJJ room, etc Inquire at 116 Court street .
STOREHOUSES-The three now first-class
Storehouses on Shelby street, next north
of the Gayoso Hotel. Terms reasonable.
5H Madison street.
CHOICE OFFICES On t-econd story oc
cupied for many year- by Dr J. W. Nel
son, Dentist, oorner Union and Main streets.
A p p I yt M Un ion stree t J OS. LE NOW.
ipRONT AND REAR OFFICE-274 Front
1 streetl ootton.rnom and offiaa; terms
OOP, MrGOWAT A CO.
Special Notice to Shippers.
Mississippi and Tknnirsxi Railioad Co.,1
Memphis, September 3, 1S86. f
THE eompletion of the Yasoo and Missis
sippi Valley R.R from Jackson, Miss.,
to Greenwood, Miss., OPENS UP AN ALL
RAIL LINE, without break of bulk or trans
fer of freight, to following named points:
Yaaoo City, Eden, B. Lake, Oood
Hope iln, Mlleavlllr, SJhnrklrford,
Tcbuln, Kels-D, Cragr r, fgldeo, BUIdsi
Shipments to landings near these points
should be made to nearest station named
above. Your business is respectfully so
licited over the M. and T. Road, as freight
reaohes its destination the fol'owine day of
delivery at our depot. A. J. KN APP,
General Freight Agent
Sheriff's Sale of Groceries, Liquors,
T3Y virtue of an order of sale to ma dlreet-
I 1 J . L. V. Ll.iL.. si -
J Oil! uuiu mo uunuriuil rry LOUTS
of Shelby county, in eause No S2US, Theo-
j ii i ... w I. . . -1 i :n
UUri IIVU B. 1DHI1D VI. Bl., M. will.
On Nnlurdnv. OrlntMT 0. ia(.
within legal hours, sell to thn highest bid
ders, fer cash, the stock of Gr.. series, Wines,
l.iflimrt. Fixtures, ate., nf K. Ilnat.a Jfe l!n
at No 40 Mad son street. Said stick con
sists of fresh Impotted Tar.ev goods. Bids,
however, will be reeoived within the ten days
forth entire stock and fixtures, to be sub
mit ed to tbe Court for approval or rejection.
O I . Aarnt In .,.! k . ,1 . -ill
enss to the stock by applyiiw to me, or f . S.
Msllory, Deputy Sheriff.
ihis tne iwin uay 01 oepiornner, koii.
W. D. CAN If' N. Sheriff.
W. W. Goodwin, L. A. H. Lehman. U. F.
Dalix, Myers A fcneed, Miller A Gilham et
Among the Northern Lakes
of Wisconsin. Minnesota and Iowa, are hua.
dreds of deiigntiui places where one can nasi
the summer months in quiet rest and enjoy,
tnent, and return home at the end of the
heated term completely rejuvenated. Each
reourring season brings to Oconoinowoo,
Waukesha, Beaver Doiu, Frnntenac, Oko
boji, Minnetonka, White Bear, and innu
merable other charming localities with ro
mantic names, thousands of our hest people
whose win'er homos are on eithor side ol Ma.
son and Dixon's line. Elegance and ooro-
fort, at a moderate cost, can be readily ob
tained. A list ol summer bo.i es, with all
necessary Inforraa Ion pertnining thereto, i
being distribute'! by the Chicaoo, Mii.wau
a and St. Paul Kaii.wat, end will he sen
free ut on applioati n by letter to A. V,
Carpenter, General Passer er Agent, Ml
Have Removed to
BOS 8BOOIV13 O T.
Where they will eontinue to Hll Hoase Fur
Bisking Goods Cneaeer That Aayk4yr -aad
oa Easier Term,
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESD AY, OCTOBER C, 1886.
15 M0S7TAIA ESUAXGERS
THE HERDS THERE.
More rroclaniatlons Quarantining;
Against UUooI, Where DllUcultj
Is Expeiienced in Disposing
of the Disrated Cattle.
Chicago, III,, Oitober 5. Three
things have stood in the wsy of dis
posing o( tha distillery cattle supposed
to be infected y the plenro-pneumo-nia.
Fiwt, the owners ol the herds op
posed tbe commifsion; second, the
State had not money enough to pay
for the eountl cuttle that are nnder
quarantine: third, the packing inter
est demanded protcc'ion from the sale
of the s'aaghtered herds. Bnt the per
sons who were most anxious for a
quarantine have bad enough of it,
and ihe scare which hss gone abroad
is almost ss bid on the stock iotoretts
as the actual sale of the meat would
have been, and so it has come about
that this proposition has been formal
ly made by tbe State Commission. AH
tbe cattle nnder quarantine to be di
vided into three classes as follows :
Firtt The sick and condemned cat
tle, which tlmll be totally destroyed at
their owners' lofs.
Second. Those which are not actu
ally diseased and jet net fit for mar
ket, which 8tjp.ll bs disposed cf at the
expense of the State.
Third. Tho.e which pass muBter as
burg perfectly ecund and healthy af
ter careful exauiiEation before and
after s'augliter, by the veterinarian,
which shall then bs turned over to the
owner to be disposed of by him with
ont aDy expense to the State, except
that of tho slau ghttr. It is thought
that this proposition will be accept
able to all concerned, as the best way
out of tbn exis ing condition i f affairs.
State Veterinarian Caswell goes to
New York on other matter,?. Dr.
t'almon ie going to Canada for a few
I'ays, and until the above proposition
is generally acrepted, so the slaughter
can be given, everything will remain
as it is under strict quarantine. A
s'eer which died st the Empire die
til.ery, last night, was buried this
morning bt fore the officers examined
Sllll InvealiKAiiasrat Chionao.
Washington, October 5. Cjmmis
eioner Column today received a die
parch from Dr. Salmon, at Chicairo.
stating that he intends to leave there
for loranto tonight, but will letarn to
Chicago on Friday. Dr. Salmon says:
"The in vest gal ion (of plenropreu
monia) in Cnicaao is cow proceeding:
avtt 'matic4lly,aud we will soon know
the exact extent ot l lie trouble here.
The situation now is as good as can be
expected under the circumstances."
Tbe Disease In Montana.
Fort Keoqh, Mont., Oclobor 5. A
cattle ditoaae has broken cut near
Benton. Eleven out of twenty-four
bead belonging to G. M. Robbins have
died. Several of the antmils have
been examined by the lecal veterina
rians and by Stock Inspector bweeaey
wi hout discovering, the nature of the
disease. The animals in every in
stance died suddenly, but it is believe d
to Da a local matter wmch will soon
To Ptoliibll the Importation ofCat.
Santa Fb. N. M.. October 5. Gov.
Ross, of New Mexico, hps itsued a
proclamation to the cattle inspectors
of the Territory anthoriz ng them to
probibit the importation of cattle lrom
tbe districts in the North and EaBt;of
the United States where contagious
Montana )narantfned Attains Illi
Helena, Mont. October 5. Gov.
Hauser bas itsued a proclamation
quarantining against the cattle ot I li-
nois ana etliBr Mates where pleuro
'HIE BROTHERS AT COYIXGTOX.
"Bob" Makes Very Soeel Impresj-
slots What He Said.
LCOMtKSPONDIXCB OP TBI APPIAI..
Covinqton,;Tknn.. Oitober 5. 1886.
Yesterday was a day long to be re
membered by tbe hundreds of bII
classes that picked into our little town
from every direction, to welcome the
"brothers," and to hear them discus
fie utad itaues ot the ppsr, and recall
to cur mtmory all its deplorable
rerr iuieoonc- a, the living issues of the
preient, ana the bright or gloomy
prospects of tbe future of our country
in tbe case of this or that party being
called Dy tbe voice ol tbe people to
preside over her destinies. Ihey ar
rived by the 11:30 train from Mem
phis, "Brother Bob" being mettheie
and then escorted hy a lew friends to
the hotel of Mr. Yank Smith, wheie
he was met Oy tbe committee of the
"VTtii'e Rose Club, and others, and
Col. Sanlord, in one of his most flow
ing little speeches, weldomed him t)
ttie homes and hearts of tbe people of
Tipton couLty. "Brother All" was
met and escorted to the hotel of Mrs.
Lackey, by a much larger number of
friend?, principally of the African
tint, the ' red rose" being accordingly
teen disconsolately blooming like the
"L?at Hose of bummer" upon the
breast of the Caucassian. A speaking
stand and seats had been prepared in
the baautifnl rolling grounds of the
seininery, forming a natural amphi
theatre, from which, and standing
around, at least 2000 faces were three
htms upturned, their eyes gazing
upon, and their ears listening to tbe
voices cf the "brothers" appealing to
the citizens to support and vote fer,
net them, but the prkciplts they
tach represent, the whole f jrmirig a
tcene unique in tbe history of this
State, except in the present canvass.
Aif spoke fitBt, boii g introduced by
W. Zick 'iaylur, in a brief speecu
eu ogizir.g tho man and the nevetdyiug
csuae be reprt sentetl. Mr. Taj lor was
very Loar.e, and evidently spoke un
der treat difficulties. He exaciated
largely upon the great blts-iings the
country has derived f em twenty yoais
ol Republican rule, and gut up a hi
laugh when be proved that after tbre
weeks's patient investigation of the
Treasury nooks by the Cleveland gov
ernment there was on y a gross de
ficiency of "one cent" in the twenty
years's ai coun s, end that cent was
aherward fuui.d in some duBt, in a
cornirof the office It ouxht to be
f4Ment:d on the dome of the Capitol to
be f rever prtstmd, and gazeu upon
by the American citizens, es a me
metito of tl,c honesty i f the 11, pub
;i;a:i party; tbe cent that was lost but
was fniind attain. 1 be opinion s-emed
to prevail ttut Alf made a very good
sp eck in suppoitof a very bid cause.
Evety body's f.vorile, It b, was
now i. tr.iduced by Uapt. C. B. Simon
ton in a neat speech, and be toon g t
to work and demolished every sru
ment his br ther bad set up in support
of "protection to Americsn laoor,"
the virtues of the BUir bill, and the
honesty and virtue of tbe great moral
party who had robbed ths nation c(
untold millions by i's credit mobiler
scheme, its whisky, Iodian.etar route,
navy and other riug, the sunk Talla
poosa alone representing the navy cf
the first nation of the world, and the
f oor, deluded negro was siill s'ghing
over bis $4,000,CO() deposited in the
"Freedmen's Back," and wondering
when they were going to get the forty
ecres and a inu'e.
Bob made a go id impression and
was loodly cheered when be said that
he "was in fsvo.- of forever maintaic
irg the literties cf tbe people ss sacred
to them bv car glnrions constitution."
Mr. Bob Taylor is certain to be our
next Governor by a la'ge majority.
THE VEILED PllOPHET.
3BAB1D PASJEART AT ST. LOCIS
An Immtait Coaronrae of People
st tbe Street te Wltneaa the
Series of MsMrnltlcent Hlfbta.
St. Louis, Mo., October 5. The
Teiled Prophet, arconmanied bv bia
retinue of faithful attendants and pre
ceded by a brilliant pageant, emerged
at 7:20 o'clock this evening from tte
subterranean cavern at the corner of
Twdllthand Chestnut streete. in hia
eighth annual parade, and after tra
versing the p inci al streets cf the
city proceeded to the Merchant's Ex
change, where a gian l ball was given
in his honor.
The Prophet s pajeaut consiBted of
tweuty-one floats upon which were
iiltutrated the most interesting and
imporlant eventsof America's history.
The first . 11 jat represented America
carrying a statue ot the Goddees of
Liberty ; second, the, discovery of
America by the Norsemen, illustration
Lorjg'ellow's poetical account of that
event; thud, tho landing of Christo
pher Columbus on the island of Sin
Salvador; fourth, the formal presenta
tion by Christopher Columbus of
tbe newly discovered country
to Ferdiuand and Isabella;
fifth, the discovery by Ponce De Leon
of the fountain of youth: sixth, the
surrender by Montezuma of the City
of Mexico to Cortez; sevonth, King
Negtthualcayor, the last of the Mexi
can line; eighth, discovery of the Mis
sissippi liver by Desoto: ninth, the
ttiry cf Porahontrs and John Smith ;
tenin, iienry nuiifon on (He Hudson
river; eleventh, burning of a Dutch
vil'age by Indians ; twelfth, landing
of tha pilgrims on Pilgrim Rock ; thir
teenth, Washington crossing the
Delaware; fourteenth. Peace, tbe
herofs of 1776; fifteenth, Daniel
Boone in his log cabin; sixteenth, the
far West, a prair e scene; seventeenth,
an equestr an monument of Andrew
Jackson ; eighteenth, the forty miners,
a mining camp; nineteenth, King
Cotton, a plantation rcene; twentieth,
jutseourt, representing the vari
ous industries nf the State;
twenty first, tbe Veiled ProDbet.
This was the handsomest float
in ihe pageant. A cavern scene
was preeented, tha roof studded with
gems and tuppoMed by heavy pillars
of matble; the Veiled Prophet occu
pied a massive throne of gold, and was
guarded on either aide by an armed
attendent. Sea' tared before him were
a tray of jewels and chests of gold in
profusion. Every where along the line
of march ' the procession was greeted
with entbnnas'ic snd continuous ap
plause by immense crowds of cltiarns
and country visitors, who thronged all
;he streets and foUmwud every foot of
space that could be made available.
FKOM THE PEOPLE.
A Good Snrealiun and lliurly.
To the Editors of the Appeal:
The nomination of Mr, James
Phelan for Congress tai aroused the
active interest of a great many people
who heretofore have t.tken little part
in political work. Tnin is particularly
tine of many young Democra's, who
feel a zealous pride in bis nomination
and who only need proper organiza
tion to make his campaign the most
enthusiastic and etlective one since
tha war. Tbe proprie'y of a Fhelan
club bas been d;icii6ted, and in tho
judgment of many who want to pull
off their coa's and go to woik in a
systematic way for Phelan's election,
a well organized club is thought to
be imperatively r ceded. Such a club
will bung together all the elements of
t!.e party and give direction and unan
imity of action to their work. Will
the Appeal indorse the eugges'ion
and found the call for a Phelan dub?
LI axle Evans at the New Memphis
Miss L'zz'e Evars appeared again
last night in &ea Sundt and confirmed
the good imprefsion made by htr on
Monday night. Sbe is, without doubt,
a very pleasing actrets, and is sur
rounded by s company fully up to the
requirements of her plays. Tonight
there will be a change of programme
and Fogg't Ferry will be produced, in
which Miss Eva s has won unstinted
praise wherever sbe has api eared.
There will be no matinee
today, but on Saturday the usual
matinee performance will take place,
and the ladies who attend will be
presented with a souvenir, in tbe
Bhape of a handsome photograph cf
the star. Fogg'i Ferry is one of Miss
Evans's stroi g cards, aud as there
will be neither a ei cus nor a public
meeting tonight Miss Evans' talents
and the men a cf her company will
doubtless essure her a good house.
Chaneerx t'nnrt Kllelt, Judge.
Calendar for today: 41111, Green vs
Green; 4392, Palmer vs Morrman;
4419, S'a'a vs Cole; 4433, Feehan vs
Bvrnes; 4452, Folwell vs Tennessee
Bulk Assoia inn ;44r)5, S ovall vs Se1
den: 4'iil, Wells vs Moflatt; 4480,
Ztnone vh MrKenna;44u7, Dickinson
vs Green; 44IW, Vassar " Ray: 4o52,
Williams vh WtUiatre; 4o74, Hooper
vs Hooper; 45S'J. Grant vs McKay;
4098, O'Neal vs CV;th; 4598, Bethol
vs Creith ; 4003, Howell vs G nrshaber ;
400(1, Brlgg. vs Grlesbaber: 4010,
Poii dextHr vh Collier; 4621, Ketcher
vs Ketcher; 4ii.')0. Joner vs Creath.
Although a trial iil not be forced on
the present call, tttorneya interested
must be in attendance, or some dispo
sition will be made of their cases.
Hay rever Sufferera.
The number of people annually af
fl ded wi h this mo t aunoyirg mala
dy set ras to be g eally on the increase.
The ei itor of th s journal is
an snnu tl vie i'n, aid wih a view to
di cover a specific his trie 1 numerous
remedies. Of these ''Ely's Cream
Balm" is bv all oi'd-ithe qui kestand
mist saisfctory, two applicatiins
greatly a laying ttieuual symptoms in
tbe Dose and eyes. We wnu'd recom
mend its use by all snt ject to bay
fever, and we gllr betr Tinsolicittd
testimony to Its effhiency in oar own
cue. Media Pa.) Record.
the mum WORLD.
RCXXIXW AT BRItiUTO.X BE At II
Delegates to tho .Southern Baseball
Cincinnati, O., October 6 Fou-th
day of (all ineeticcat Latonia. Fair at.
tendance, grod weather, tuck dusty.
FirU AacA Selling purse $350, ol
which $50 to second; nine furlongs.
Taxgatberer led under the string by a
length; Ligan second, Washington
toiru. lime i:oj.
Second A(ic Purse $300, of which
$50 to second; maidens' three years
old and upward; aeven furicngs.
Glen Almocd won by a bead; Har
todsburg second, Andeiia thiid. Time
Third Jtace.rane $300, of which
$50 to second. One mile aud seventy
Tarda. Llera won: Lafitte second,
i'trter Astie tnird. Time 1 :47,.
Fourth liace Purse $500, of which
$100 to second; free handicap. One
mile and half a furlong. Mona won by
two lengths; Little Minch second,
fontiinrd. Time l:4IJ.
Fifth A'uce. Barrett stakes, for cr lts
and fillies two years old, wi n $800
added, of w hich $200 to eecoinl, $r;0 to
third. Ono milo. Goliah won by a
length ; R ghtawsy second, Bjnburg
third. Time 1:41 J.
Tha Knees at Hrooulyn.
GnwKaiiNi), L. I., Ojtobtr P.
Brooklyn Jockuy Club rnaee. No
bht'irg allow d.
Firrt Jiace. All ago5, non-winning
allowances, one miie. Gleaner wou
byliHlfa length; Little MinnieH.'C
oud, Editor third. Time 1:41J.
Oetoiid Jiace. Mile and an eighth.
Climax won by half a length; Noko
mia second, Ferona tliiid. Time
Third Jiace. Vet two year olds,
three quarters of a mile. Bcstie June
won by a length ; Lireilo second,
Fenelon third. Time 1:15J.
Fturth Jiace. First of October
sweeisiavej frr five year olds and up
ward ; mile and a quarter. Won by
Volante hy two lengths; Millie sec
ond, Jiin Douglas third. Time 2:08.
Fifth Race. r-clling allowances; one
mile. Beggar's Bush won by a length ;
Jessie second, War Eag'o third.
To Deride Whether They Will Re
tain their t'raurulsje.
IsraciAt, to th apfsal.J
Macon, G a., October 5. The Macon
Baseball Club will hold a meeting to
morrow and decide what course they
will pursue as to totainiug tbeir fran
chise another year. The prospects,
while not discouraging, are not at all
flittering. John S. Ernest will repre
sent the association at tbe league
meeting on Thursday. President
Proud lit will net attend, owing to
pressing legal business. Piesklont
Proudlit notified Mobile, Birminghan
and New Orleans of the league meet
ing in Nathvilleon Thursday, and it
is presumed by him that they will be
Representatives to Ihe Southern
IsriciAL TO TBS irrSAU.l
Atlanta, Ga.. Octobsr 6. Mess's.
Steve Ryan and Walter R. Brown will
a tend the Southern League meeting
at Nashville as represuntat'ves of the
Atlanta Baseball Club, The arrange
ments for next year's club are all per
fected. A brilliant Beaton's work is
To Atioiirt the Meeting of the League
larsoiAL to tbi ArrsAU.I
Mcnin, Ala., Oct her 5. John F.
Kelly aud James 8. Taylor, of the
Acid Iron Earth Club, leave here to
morrow te attend the I a. no meeting
at Na'-hville. The Acid Ian Earth
Club has a fine local record.
t'hnslettou Mill Aualous to I'lay
Ciiaki.kson, S. C, October 5 --Mr.
J. 8. Topper leaves here tonight for
Nashville to represent the Charles on
Bateball Association at the meeting of
ihe Southern League to be held in
tbst city on the 7th. Tbe associate n
paid off its p'nyera at tho end of
the staion. It is out of debt
and is in a good condition
financially. Notwithstanding .the
earthquake, it lies do'eru ined to have)
baseball next sea'on, but whether it
will rema n in tho Southern Loagtr,
as it is at present corstituted, d peiidj
a go d deal upon tl e result nl the
meeting to be held in Nashville. The
Charleston delegate is full potted sa
to tho wishes cf tbe Cnarleaton
directors. If Atlauta and the Atlanta
methods ere to be countonanced in
the leaitus the coming season, Charh s
ton will withdraw and endeavor to
arrange the South Atlantic Lsague,
composed of clnbs from Savannah,
Wilmington and other cities in favor
of honett ball.
Cbattanoofra'a Representatives to
snOUt, TO TBI APPSAL 1
CnaTTANOoGA, Tknn., October 5
R. W.Tankesley will represent Chat
tanooga at the league meeting. The
prosptc's here for a elub are good,
provided some plan can be dovlsed by
which the failures of the pait season
can be avoided. The people want
haieball if they can get It on a fair
basis, and will support a club.
BJavannah May Sell Her Franchise,
. ISPICIAU T TBI APPSAL. I
Savannah, Ga., October 6. It is
impossib e to say yet whether Savan
nah will be a member of tbe league
next yet.r, or whether her franchise
will be offered for sale. Public senti
ment here is in favor of retaining
memb rslilp, and ehonld the present
etnot holders sell cu', it is likely a
ocal etock company will be found to
t it y. Savannah will bo represented at
the Nashville meeting by Secretary
At Boston Boston, 7 ; St. Lonis, 3.
At New York-New York, 7; Chl
cigo,4. At Philadelphia Phi'adelpa, 13;
Kan' as Ci'y, 4.
At Washlrgton (Morning Game)
Detioit, 10; Washington, 7. After
noon Game D. trnit.O; Washington, 1.
At St. Louir S-. IOtiis,9; Aihletic,5.
At Louisville B ooklyn, 23; Louis
At Cincinnati Cincinnati, 4; Met
ropolitan, 3. .
At Pi mburg (Firtt Game) Blti
no o,ti; Pittrburis, 3. Second Game
Baltimore, 3; Pittsburg, 3.
A Stomach Pump Saved Hltn.
East Saginaw, Mich., October. 5
James B. Aldilch, recently released
from Jackson, wheie he waa undergo
ing eentt-ncs for bigtmy and under a
charge of bigamy, took a teaapoonful
of Par a green last night while In
Saginaw county jail, A atamich
pump saved him.
Tailor and Importer.
,U, v.-TT r Si " 2w oomplete. Tha I-argoet, Cholesst
ulZiJJ'W Vfl 0lIrd Memphis, oonalstlns; of aU
f.?Jll0.0:N to a-reat variety,
- , m . r . m . w , . u. ....... . .
minVTiS, ,,U,a''m5ort, of ""aland. Franoe aud Gar-
tnanr. I Will tn naks AI'IEI'IAi. sn t I'-aia j ' a a
tkaa sai.iiA , I n j ,
"v rxuiiv iv iii ana till dsmjBi but
Cor. Sieond and Jefferson
LIYERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE
No. 321 Seoond Street Memphis, Tena.
FISHER SV1ARBLE WORKS
Corner Adams and Second Sts.
WK-KlIt,CALl YOl'R ATTENTION TO OUR LARUE STOCK OP riSIHHWft
jnastssi.tii. Wears prepared to furnish new work lrom latest Uesignson short nolht
ALL WOltK GUARANTEED TO HE MUST CLAfc'E
In every respect and to give entire satisfaction.
Ws solicit vnnr Datritn.irA .n,l pn,,,,Mai ik.i M.n .-..t. ....u . ...
, - v , , .
before purchasing elsewhere.
11IE STEAMER LA MASCOTTE
Kzplodea Her Holler-A Larae Num
ber of People Reported Hilled.
St. Loi'iB, Mo., Oetobor 5. Tha
steamer La Mascolte exploded her
boiler at noon today, killing a large
number of people. She waa a pc Bienger
boat running Ictween St. LouIh aud
Cape Girardeau. The diBastor occuried
near the latter place. A special says:
Ttie disaster occurred at Apple creek,
six miles, betow Grand Tower, and
that after the explosion the steamer
hti'ned. She was lets than nicety days
old, valued at $50,000, and the prop
erty of Doiland & Perkins, Evans-
The Iltur: 8:agn realism is carried
to its limit when Mr. Jos-ph Murphy
makes a horseshoe on tbe stags in tbe
cham fer of "Kerry Gow." Mr. Mur-
pby was a blacksmith beforo conae-
crating hia genius to the service of the
drama, and thus gracefully utilizes, for
the embellishment of his present pro
fecsien, the knowledge acquired in the
past. But why should the force of
realism stop here? Surely there mast
ha some stage-struck carpenter, some
inspired cobbler, who can be added to
the ranks of Thespis, end, borrowing
from bis former calling, can adorn bis
histrionic efforts with the products of
bis handicraft. What a prodigious
effect if the carpenter here should
make his own ladder on the stage
wherewith to rescue tho imprisoned
heroine. How the house would come
down to the gallant cobbler when he
sewed a pair ol shoes before their
eyes, or half soled aud heeled
an old boot to show hia pren
tice-hand had not forgot its
cunning. It would be well worth
paying $1 50 to see, and all the old
hoots could be preserved and on the
hundredth night distributed ss sou
venirs among the ladles. The varia
tions on this idea are so numerous
and so obvious that they need only be
indicated to Ihe intelligent modern
playwright. Tbe butcher, the baker,
tbe candlestick maker, the tinker, the
tailor, ever) sort of mechanio and
artisan could be put upon the stage In
tho exercise of his particular calling,
and in theee days of elevation of labor
success could not be doubted. On the
contrary the overwhelming popularity
of the idea would soon compel actors
who have not had theadvantsge of an
early training in the mechanical arts
to require them for etsge pnrpnaes,
just as now they take lessons in fenc
ing and dancing or singing, or in rare
instances learn Englieh aud elocnlion.
What pioneer in this broken path
will make a fortune by giving us
Crirjiin and Chine; or, the Ountcinifioui
More Than Was tjosttraeted For.
John A. Stewatt, i of the firm of
Ledheter h Stewart, well known con
tractors, at No. 5 Lafaytto ave., waa
ono of the three fortunate holders of
a one-tilth interest in ticket lt),400,
which drew $10,( 00 at tbe July draw
ing of tbe Louisiana S ate Lottery,
A Tiiliune representative found Mr.
(Stewatt at bis elegant home at 730
Cass ave., and learned it lrom bis own
bps. Said he: "Some time before
the July,1880,drawingof the Louisiana
Slate Lottery, my friends W.J. Sullivan
and William Hertebns, of this city
and myself parted with $6 each for fif
teen different fifths interest in tickets.
It was my first venture. We expected
nothing, but we received notice that
ticket No. 10,406, in which wa had a
filth interest, had drawn $10,000, and a
check for $2 000 was received, and we
divided equally." .Mroil (xltct.) Tri
bune, Jufy 2UV
Wants to Hob tbe treasury.
Gen. Philip Sidney Post's scheme to
pay all old soldiers the difference be
tween the value cf the greenbacks in
which they were paid aod the va'uo
of gold at that time tbe si hem on
which he ia running his Congressional
campaign in tbe Tenth District of Illi
nois may prove to te a boomerang
to smite its own hnrlen In the twenty
yesTseiccs the war a great many of
tbe vetetans have died off and a gen
eration of younger men have grown
to be voters, and, whether jnet y or
ut justly, many of them think that
with the liberal allowances for pen
sions and the nnmerous homes and
other provisions made for them, to
gether with tbe populer disp'sition to
give them preference in the dihtribu
Hon of the public offices, the people
have aheady shown their graditu.le to
tbe ration's defenders.
Moxle! Ubat Is 117
A harmless, simple nerve food that
will supercede stimulants and ner
vines. It contains not a drop of med
icine, stimulant r r a'cotiol, and i the
only thil g known that will recover
brum and nt rvcvns exhaustion, kill the
thirst tor alcohol drinks, opium, e'e ;
gives a vigorous appetite, lefreshing
slurp, and I invaluable to the bra n
worker and tboee suffering in any
fi rm lrom nervoucners, ss it recovers
eveiything caused by ovettkirg Ihe
nervous system, Moxie Net ve Food
la a delicious beve age, and is for sale
by lea ling druggists.
gRbcrie Ut tkve "Appeal."
all of the L4TKST IsKaittiNS,
" hit cuiioinvrs ua
its as. Mb vii'iN'r 'ov
l OCIa. at suy
v"...n-Mjiuwwur siuca. prices, eit a.
Valley Oil Mil s to People's lea
Compony, 135x150 ffet, corner Clin
ton and Linden s'retti; also its ice
plant ttpou said premieee, including
ice machine, b dlers, machinery fix
tures, cBrls, wag'im and everything
pertaining to and belonging to said ice
factory, for the sum of $o0,O00.
J. W. Hcheuber and wife to E. A.
8:80001(1,11)11 No.83, 81 and 85 cf J. M.
Provine's subdivision cf lot No. 65 tf
Willo Williams's survey, north side of
Alston street, each 1. 1 fronting 60 feet
on AUton streof, t y 150 fe9t deep, for
the sumo' $1050.
Mary Boyd et al. to IrbyBivd, lot
of same on Korr avenue, 850x45ft foet,
corner Florida avenue ; alto lot, 73 feet,
on Main Btreet, by 1U7 feet on Broad
way street; oorte iJotation f 540P.
ADDITION A li M Alt KETS.
riTTsiiuRO, Pa , Oc ober 5. ret:o
lenm active; National transit certiQ
cstfs opened at 4jc and closad at
fJ3Jo; highest 65 ; lowest, (3.
New Ohi.kanh, La., Octohor 6.
Coffee quiet and weak. Rice in fair de
mend at 3Ki',4. Cottonseed products
dull and nominal. Sugnrsteady.
Cincinnati, O., October 6. Night
River 8 feet 0 on inches the gauge and
rising. Weather clear and pleasant.
NkwOklans, La., October 5. Night
Arrived: City of Natchea, St. Louis.
Departed : R. 8. Hayes and barges, St.
VicKsauRU, Miss..OctoWer5. Nicht
Arrived: City of Cairo, til. Louie; she
returns at daylight. Departed- D. R.
Powell, St. Louis. River falling.
LorrisviiAS, Kr.,October 6. Night
River 4 feet 2 inches in the canal and
2 feet on the falls and falling. Business
fair. Weather clear an I pleasant.
Cairo, lLL.,Octoher 5. Night River
7 feet 3 inches on the gauge and rising.
Weuthe. .l,.Br and cool. No arrivals
of regular packet.. Departed: City of
Baton Rouge, NewOrleawa. 3 p.m.
8t. Lodis, Mo., October 5. niM-.
River stationary, and stands 7 3-10 Ket
on the gange. Weather clear and
pieatant. No arrivals of regular pack
ets. Departed: Arkansas City, Vicks
bnrg. Absolutely Pure.
This powd.r never va.rles.4 A marvel el
purity, strencth and wholeeosaenese. Mesa
economical than the ordlnarj kisds. ana
unnnt h. snlfl In eomD.titien wi'.h the
multitude ot low test, short weisht elans or
ho.nhate nowders. Sold onlv moots. Hot At
Baiixo PiiwnsaCn.. Iiw Wall N.wVwett:
Thursday, Oct. 7th
FBESCH rATTERX BOSKETS.
S0YELTIE3 Of THJS SEASON