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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1886.
(Ineeesser to HCRRAT R IDG EXT, )
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Ho. 8U MADISON STREET,
Is In receipt of a larger, more varied and better se
lected iteck of CASSIMEEES.WOKSTEDS, SITTINGS
ad OYEECOATIXGS, (all
lions.) tba was ever ikown
stock comprises the choicest
and most darahlo goods la gentlemen's wear.
jgr Samples and Pricei on
who have left measures.
AMUSEMENTS.
JgXHPHM THEATEK.
' . The Charming Little Comedienne,
Xj izzib bvanb.
Wednesday and I
Thnreday, J
Fogg's Ferry.
Friday ' and 1
The Culprit Fay.
Batarday, )
0UV6nturiaee Sea Santfs.
Each lady to receive a handsome Cabinet
Photo ot Misa Evani.
S-Seat'at Mulio'd'a -
Monday, Oct llih Thu Davu.'s Auctio.
'DABJCING
Mrs. Florence Finley Moore
WILL REOPEN HER
DANCING ACADEMY
Saturday. Oct. 2.1d, at 3 P.M.
FOK SALE.
HORSE Bnrfy,Harneea,Rdies,mrikets
jind Cover., dirt cheap. 675 MAIN Bl.
fjRAMli Cvt'aga, on'enr. Rnvburn sr. and
JD Uenrgiast s lot 55x170, with a house "fo
rooms, in good order. Thia is a choico piece
of property, aril can be purchased on easy
monthly pavman's by paying pa-t cash. Ap
ply.Minter Parker or A. J. Martin. 289 Main.
AT A DAhGAIN Nioe Frame Cottage of
6roou:B. with good out-buildings; lot
75x170 feet! nil kinds of fruit: on new street
oarline on Virginia avenue; choice neigh
borhood in Fort Pickering. Apo'y to
MINTKR P'RKFR, .
or A. J. MARTIN, 289 Main it.
RESIDENCE-Nos. 8Rand 88 Market St.;
in g od repair: lot aV.4W- Applyto
M. C. KENNEDY. 47H Mosby at.
AT A BARGAIN A good paying Oerman
Boardinghouse in Helena, Ark., owner
wishing to rctlro. For further particulars
inqnteat BHDNNKR'B. In Uelena. Ark.
B
KDROOM FURNITURB-
bideboards. Lounge, etc.
AMISS, BEATTIB A CO.,
No 3o3 Main street.
TWO SO Inch Portable Corn Mills: n2fl
inch Corn Mills; two 24-inch Corn MIMs,
No. I order. New and Second-hand. Mill
work of that description solicited. A good
stock of solect French Burr Stone on hani.
THOS. DELANY, 124 Frontst.
OHKAPEST-IS500 Improved aroperty in
tbectiy. Ainlyto
W l. L., Apnea' efliwi
XT0R8K A
good young rookaway and
XI hack bnrse
a. Ami to
HOOK A LaORIIiTj. 289 Second t. .
i A BEAUTIFUL BUILDINU l,OTS-Ncer
XTI State t emale Uollcge, lor sale on easy
monthly payments, at 14 to lb per tront ton;
i.n hul(. ff-nm .trAAt nnra. in the mf.st de-
irable suburb of Memphis. Only $50 cash
down required, and balance atsioperniontn
T. A. LAMB, 10 Madison street.
T OT I have a beautiful corner lot. VOX
XJ 135 feet, in the nnest suburb ot Mem
nhii. nne block trotn cars, in a dclightlul
neighborhood, which I will sell at the very
Ins nrinn nf li ner font. ' ern a ! 1100 cash :
balance, 20 per monih. Well fenced, with a
new stable on lot. Splendid for investment
r home. T. A. LAMB, 10 Madison street
CIHAMBKR'S F0LD1N8 MACHINE- But
J little used, and in good condition. Ap-
ply at APPEAL OFFICE.
THE leare and fixtures of the St. Elmo
Hotel, Me-idian, Miss, Twenty-five
oommodious rooroa, within three minutes
walk of the Union Depot; large sample
rnnra nn tha atreot next door: now doing a
good business and popular. -Can be had at. a
haraain if .milled for within the next tbirtr
days. Apply to Charles Elmire, proprietor,
meridian. Miss.
rPLN Lot of tin, luitaMe for rcofing Also
X a Inrge Icebox At Oahav'.4ntt fh.lhy
OLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low-
nstein A Bros.
must bo removed at once.
Apply to
JOHN Kr.ll), builder
NEAT COTTAGE Of six rooms, and lot
200x44, 54 Dean avenue. Inquire on
premises
o
HEAP One second hand ROCKAWAY,
nearly as good as new, at iui Lint' n n
OEDAR VENCINrt POSTS-For sale by
W. R. LAKKIN, LarkinsvUlc, Ala.
WOODL AWN STOCK FARM- In the stod
one thoroughbred Running Horse ;fra
tM. One Trottine Horse; fee, S10. OneJer
. it tl.,11- fn. M.sn For 8 a i. i 30 Homes
3 Milch Cows, 15 bead Butcher Cattle, Pea
eocks and Newfoundland Pupa. Horses on
oaatura. J5 rer month : Texas horsns. Ills tier
diy Ti.lci.hone JOSEPH HI' H N EY. 852.
OAI.EMEN To Bell netit ledgers and (o
O licit merchants with ne ncvelty; big
nrnntfl! firord l o.i'ions
E. Q. LEMEN k CO ,
Atlanta, Ga.
r-ansiTfOTf Tlv a man wi'h 7 years exneri
JT encj in husinoss; very best of cilv ref-
erenosi. Address p.. Appeal omoe.
IHAMBFF MAID With good reference
J at 138 Madison street
M'
AN to take an office and "-resent a
manufacturer: sou per ook: s'-a'
cap'tal required. Address
70, West Acton. Ma s.
lih stamp, Bi X
APUSUlNa AGEN1
exc usive sale of f'
Oas Lamp Address im
INCANDESCENT OA
Cneatnnt street, I'hlU.'
THE people to know :
steok of Furniture
iewest pricos. AMES,
in. 863 Main street.
.-or Memphii for
igo Inontds'ent
iil.te'v. uhiuaw
.AMHCii.,No. 7i
hi,Pa;
.i t we have a fin
all kind', and at
BEATTIE A CO
TRB8MAKER8-Two Waist and two
XJ Bkirtmakers, immedi.trly, at
141 hKCOND STREET
SITUATION By a Sootohman 40 yean old,
without family, on a stock farm; under.
Standi the business thoroughly. Keler. to w ,
A. Cros'ett, merchant and itock raiser, Her
nando.Miss. Addren K. b.UBAi.
Box 80, Hernando, Mill.
"PVAI BOARDERS Or wi hout rooms,
XJ At V2 Fast Oonrt street.
T ADY AGENTS-Our agents hava had
XJ such wondorlnl success telling Mrs
Campbell I Combination bKirt and rtnsti
r.nm clnarinr 8150 a month), that we mak
this special request for all agan a who want
a steady, money m-amg iinun, 10 arm
iiimn fnr tjata'nene. Also. Furnishin
Goods. Ailiir-v. E. H. Campbell A Co., ifi
West Randolpb Street, meago, ill.
SITUATION-As
Apply atj
nurse or bousokeepor
104 Court Street.
QTAMPINQ AND EMBROIDERING To
ewr oraer id 09.. styles at.
MAY'S EMPORIUM.
i j i
Sit brated Uri'sv CUirvoy.nt, at 177 Tnird
street, near foplar
ROOMS Well furnifhed rooms, No
Lindon street.
"I "ITANTr.D Ladies, local or traveling.
VV wondcrlul entirnly new specialty for
ladies only; ft daily easily made; no photo.
no runting; purtnulari Ireo. aiKS
LITTLE, tiox 443, vnioagojiii
T30SITI0N By a lady as mus'C teacher, or
X to teach ynungotiiiuien n,pgiisn nrancnci
Salary expected moderate, uood noire de.
fired. Aildresa "Teacher," Colninboa, Miss
f AN An intelligent.earnest man to rep
IVI Hi.nt. in hin own locality, a large re.
sponsible house. A remunerative sal a rr to
riht party. Steady position References
exchanged. American Manufacturing tijuae
IK U.rclay.'-t., a.
c A 1 . 1 V. li M 1 n nvMrr hi ate in the lltio
ri tnr.nr..t PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING EST At LI SH. VENT having several
8rg0Il.Tir.B thatare popular and easy sell,
tng. Can be haodlod alone or in oonnectu i
with other roods. Addrers THE W5i B
unroF V VP vtt vi.. RATiTIVORF. MT)
snOTlONSEnD VVAMEO. Hulls and Meal
i r i- -i i Hi nuu mi. WnuLii
iniin LPS. FEATHERS ni best cat
1U t I pr p.ld by UADA'. . Memphis.
EVERYI-OUY TO KNOW-Tbat I
FILL TEETH WITH GOLD foi
next thirty days for U 60.
A. WE880N,
24 Main sreei,
LD GOLD A S1LVKH For cash ores
change. -HULrORD, Jaw r, am Mai
this season's Import'
la this Market. The
desires, finest textures
application to those
TEKSONAL.
GISTERNS-Bullt and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brink,
layer. Telephone W. THOB CUBBINS.
DR. 0. J. 6CHKRER. Surgeon Chlropo
diat, 211 Main street. Sixteen years
practice In Memphis. Charges moderate.
Call and see him. Office bourn from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. r-nr-davs from 9 to 12 m.
STRAYED.
ULES-On the night of Oct. 3d, 3 miles
n. hliuik mare mulea:
one about four year. old. in good fix and
trimmed up, with Utile white spoi unaer
1 . th. , .. 1, - - A- Innlu. TARTS 1 1 1 II .
J 1 " uv ........ , ou i .- .
rouih, and not so well trimmer!. Kewarit
for inlormation, or return oi muieiioj. it.
loung, TCnr .,
LOST.
A BOUT 1st or 2d inst..
the liith volnme
rx
Curtis'. Decisions (United States Su
preme Uourt), was lost in moving irom oiu
Seoond striot to No. 19 West Court street.
Katiirn. if found, to this oflioa, or J0. if
West Court elieet, and be reward-d.
I n. .n iirn
FOR SALE, KfcNT OK EXCHANGE.
"10TT0N SHED-On smith side of New
J M'idison street, noar Wellington, la'ely
ccurieii bv A. M. boyii ft bons. Mie "I 101
WAxU&y, leet. JOHN JOUNSON,
III .Mnoison sireci.
K00MS AM) HOARD.
N
EWLY furnished or unfurnished roomi,
rith the vry b"t b 'rn. h7 umirt t.
rURNIIIED R(H)M With or without
' board, at No. BO Pontotoc street.
R
00M1
! Furnished, with bosrd,
j AfKI Shelby street.
ROOMS AND liOARD
At 4' Market street.
F)OOMS-Ploaant furnish-d rooms, with
t board, for ladioeorgentlen en. Terms
very reasonable. S92 Court. Extended.
T-vRnlRABLK RuOMS With hoard.
, at
1J 72 MADISON ST.
KOOMS Furnished rooms with board.
121 Court atreet.
ST. JAMES HOUSE-58 Adams street.
Board and lodging, 15: day board. $3 50.
ELIGIBLE ROOMS Withsuperior hoard,
two blicks from Gnyosc Hotel. 453 Shelby
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, single or an
suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
w I thout hoxrd; other roo m. 104-106 Court St.
ROlVS-With or
reasonable.
rithont board: termi
140 MADISON ST.
FOR RENT.
OFFICE? Two fine offloes and fixtures
over No. 17 Madison street. Inquire ol
Kataenberg, at Mechanici Saving! Bank.
PLEASANT Furnished Ronnie; location
firtt-class: gents only. 91 Madison 't.
o SAW
COTTON GIN And W0-Feet
OU Saw Mill.
r . b. W A KM EK.
SECOND FLOOR-House 170 Carroll ay.;
pleasant location, and terms moderate
O DW ELLING-HOUSES Within five min
Zl utes' walk of Court Square. Also, aix
acres in southeast auburis, witn ood nou-e
and stable on place, snitnrile for market
garden. Applyto GASTON'S HOTEL.
W 101.U-AOU.h UU JUttlU fO.Bl, unoiliui-
O house on Courtttree',ard several vacant
lots.
Apply lo K.
lo K. U. sOWDltM orJ.ii.
38 Madison street.
UIIODLOK.
i TORE No. 40 Madison street. Apply to
3 J. B. ANt)Rl!.W8, Menken & On.
NEW Brick House, 133 Madi on; 7 rooms
and atable, two blocks from Cotton Ex
change; large yard. A pply 32 Msdison St.
OuMS Meemne: rooms for single gentle
men. er gentleman and wi e wituout
children. Rent reasonable to the right par
tics. Call at the hat shop, 188 Second st.
BHICK HOUSK i wo atorios, nine rooms,
on Mulberry street. Applyto
DR. A. l"iuii.
JtORKHOUoE Four story and basement
J storehouse. Ho. .54 rront street.
MALLOHY. CBAWFOHp A CO.
L300MS Well lurniahed rooms, o. 81
J-l JUinden street
lOITuM 1 Fr 1CE-
-Apply to E. M. Apper-
v son A Co., No
, 364 Front street.
TTtlNE 0FFirES-fi5 Madison street, next
X' to Clarendon Hotel.
B. M. EST ES, 35 Madison BL
I 1 OIISEK On and noar vv alker avem e.
XX on Elm wood street car line, from the
1st Seotember. several houses, from two to
eight rooms, in good repair. Apnly at 36
Unions'reet. ju, iituuvi.
TJ OUSE-220 Washington 8 .: 7 rooms and
I I bathro'im. Apply at 133 Kopiar Bt.
STOREUuliSiiS
No. 101 Main Street.
No. 25 Main Sireet.
Nn. 2117 Mniti Strnt.
Apply to JAMES LEE, Jk., 4 Madison St.
O00M8 Two furniihed or unfurnished
11 rooms at 40 Madison street.
ljLEUAM' newly tutninheil rooms, bath-
Lu room, etc. Inquire at 116 Court street.
STOREHOUSES The three new first-class
Storehouses on Shelby street, next north
of tbe Gayose Hotel. Terms reasonable.
Applyto CARKINGTON MASON,
osfr maqison sireei
cupied for many years by Dr J.W.Nel
son, Dentist, corner Union and Mam streets.
Apply at 3 union street. JUS. i,nuw
IJiRONT AND REAR OFFICE-274 Front
' etreet; ootton-room and oflioe; termi
moderate.
APPlTI
OlIF, MoGOWAK CO.
Special Notice to Shippers.
Missiaairri ihd Tigggssxa Railxoad Co.,1
Memphis, Septembers, 1886.
rpHE comp'etion of the Yaioo and Missis
-a. sippi vaney n.n,, irom Jaca.un, ini....
to oreenwooa, mim , upkinb ur aii al,u
nAAii uir a, wunout Dreak 01 ouia or ira-ai
ferof freight, to following named points:
Tnaoo t'lty, Kden. B. Lake, Uood
Hope Win, Bllleavlllr, Shrhlerrd
Tchuln, Heirn, 4'ruHfr,Nilou, Blaine
Muss, Srreawsod,
Shipments to landings near these points
sbould be made to nearest station namiu
ahove. Your busina.a i. resneotlully so
licited over the M. and T. Road, aa freiuht
reaobes its destination the following day oi
delivery at our depot. A. J. KNArr,
General Freight Agent.
J. F. 1I0LST & URO.
(sUCCESaORfl TO O. B. HOUtT A BBO.
Funeral Directors,
HAfR BEHOTED Til
Ho. 33 J hECOND ST., MEMPHIS,
TVhl, and complete stock of Wood and
LX MetaU'.oOaiei and Caskets, Cloth-Covered
Caskets and Jinr'al Kobes always ca
hand. tMrOrders by talcrrach promptly
tt;ed.
Tma BELT or Re
gener tor is made ex-
uresely tor the eun
ol degeneratiuc oi
'Tct'cr-f dip rr if
the generative or
gans. There Is no
mistake abon thiain
strument the oou
tinuous stream o
Ki.n TRTCITY ner
',',",1
meatini through the
&rt. ridi restore
LI
them
to healthy action. Doaoteontoun
thi
rtth Klaotrln Rl,. .ilmtlud to cure
all ills from head to tn.. It i, for the ONI
ipecifio purpose. For eironlari giving full
nformatlion, address Cheever EleotrieEell
vs.. 1U3 waaniBgUiB itrewt, Ckioago, ill.
a
i
W U L
SOOTHERS RAILROADS.
PBES1DE'T (iOR(SE JiETTLETOS
AT BIBMIXGHAM, ALA.
Details of the Baltimore and
Scheme for a Southern
Connection.
Ohio
lariciiL to thi arriaL.I
Birmingham. Ala.. October
8.-
President Norlou, Vice-rrfsident
Smith and othe:s, officials of the Lou:s
ville and NiHbville road, are in this
city on a tour of inspection. Presi
dent G. II. Neltleton, of the Kansas
City road, is here also to examine the
progress of the woik on th's end cf
the read.
Tbe Sootbejrsi Koute.
The movprnents of the lUltimore
and Ohio railroad in the South ere at
traction considerable attention. The
name of the organization is the Bir
miDgtam and Baltimore Railroad
Company, which was recently incor
porated in Alabama hy a number rf
iradins iron makers and capitalists of
Birmingham, of which tbe Appeal
gave an account at the time. As out
lined Dei ore, tne reports claim that
he bherjendostn v alley branch ol the
Baltimore and Ohio will be extended
to Palton, Ga., acd tbeie meet the
liint.ioiiham emi, wtrch will be built
o that point. It is known tnst the
late John W. Garrett wn fully deter
mined ti fxttnd the Baltimore tnd
Ohio into Ihe South, nd eevurnl ycara
ago he w;o.e a letter stating that this
woaiu be done, ana giving some po nts
kb to tli piopo-il route. Added to
this is the statement; of Vice Presi
dent Spencer last winter, who wro'e
o a Ktntli men In Virginia that In
1887 the Bdlt'inore and Ohio would
extend its line to the South, and
Lencewps creatly interest! d in po-
jects lookirg to the building of a rail
road south from Rrauoke. The Bir
mingham corn 8pondent of the Balti
more J"uni'aclHrr' Jitcord, who is we1'
ported a t j tbe movements in rail-
rota circles in toat src'ion, in ms last
letter says that ' the engincors are
at out ready to sta't ont on this end ot
the Baltimore ad Ohio line from Bal
timore to B rmirghcm, and expect to
have the section between Birmingham
and Dalton, Ga., ready f)r grading
within two months. Should the au
tumn happen tt be a long and dry
one, as often bappets here, some con
struction woik may be done before
winter closes in; otherwise, the build
ing cl the road will be commenced
arly In the rpring and pushed to
completion. It is understood here
that the work on tbe other end, from
Salem, Va., southward, is being
arranged for, and will be earned
forward fast enough to meet the
tracklayira from Birmingham at
Dalton, when they get there, ihe Im
portance of this l:ne to Baltimore and
the South cannot well be overesti
mated. So Vi-Ht are tbe catural re
sources of the South, and to great is
tbe present growth of that section,
that moie railroad are needed to open
up the undeveloped mineral, timber
and agricultural wealth, and to furnish
transportation facilities for the enrr
mous vomme of business that will be
developed within tsn year. Balti
more needs to identify herself more
closely thin ever with the toutrj, and
the cons ruction of this line by the
Baltimore and Ohio, and the come-
on en t flow cf capital for invefltmer.t
there by tbe rich friends of this cor
poration, would do very much to ac
ccmplish this desirab'eend."
TWO ACCIDENTS.
Cbild Badly Bnraied Another Hwa,
Iowa an Iron Jack.
A child of Mrs. Moore, who resides
at No. 51 Hernando stieet, near the
Citisens' Street car s'able, was badly
burned yesterday evening, and it was
reported in a dying condition at mid
night. a brght little fellow aoont iz
months old, child of Mr. K. F. Walker,
operator at the Western Union, who
reiices at No. 228 Hernando street,
was the bero of tbe neighborhood
for a whola hour this morning
Awaking bright and early, he slipped
out of bad and took po?eeesion ol the
premises, seizing by light of discovery
a set of iron jacks, the pronged kind,
wnicn ut into eacn oiner nice minga
for babies to pity with, but not eay
of diutsiion. As ihi dren will, be put
one in his mouth, and succeeded in
getting it stuck fe st in his throat. He
was discovered at this interesting
junctuie, and in a few moments the
i i i i Ai , i.
neiKunuruunu was turuwu iuiu lue
wildest confusion. Alleflorts to die
lodge the thing were unsuccessful, un
lit some one suggested nursing the
child. Tbe experiment saved its life.
Its stomach, a ready weak from fright
and excitement, refused to retain the
nourishment, and with it up came tho
obnoxious jack. It is needless lo say
the whole S3t wi s thrown over the
alley fence and tbo game forbidden
from tbac moment forth.
MARSHAL TAKCET.
Hie Office Bnnnlns Rmoothly The
Depnllea Appointed.
The new United 8tstf 8 Marshal, Dr.
Yancey, has got all of the affairs cf his
otlice into working rrd-r and now
spends most of his time here, the re
nin i der at his home in Somorville.
K?er tiling is sailing along as smooth
ly as if he bad been at ttie helm an en
tire tetm, and tte doitor, who was al-ri-arly
well and fivo ably known be
fore his appoiutment, has since
rnnde scores of warm friends in
the distiict, and in Memphis especial
ly. He has not so many deputies as
bis predecessrr, but the appointments
so far made are a 1 excllnt and mi et
with tl e approval of all who hatre deal
ings wth the office. The reappoint
ment of Mr. ' Freeman's chief t'ep
u'y, Mr. C. S. Talliaforro, Ins
alrfdv been announcad. Ia a lilition
K. N. Irvine, oi Ureeden, Weakley
cnoi.ty; L.W.Smith, of Dversburg,
Dyer county, and E. D. Collier, of
McKt nz'e, havd received their cotn
miibi' iis. It is nut known whether
any aildit ons will be made to the list
or rot. All of those named were
deputies to Mr. F'peman. The office
of Marthal for West Tennessee ii
growirg in importance every day, and
is destined lo become the moat im
portant in the HUt as Memphis out
strips ur meter cuius.
HULL INSPECTOR.
Two Days' Bellberallon Wllhrmt an
tlecllon. I
The Board of Dignators has been
in session st the Custom House for
t'-ie past two daysendei-voringto agree
upon an inspector of bulla for this poit
but hes so far been unable lo reacn a
c 'ncluHon. The 6 h ir stant was set
for the election of a succeror to Cap'.
Hiram O. Braz e, who res:gned some
weeks sgr, and Cant. Iiwin Dogan
came down on that day to meet with
Surveyor Tobin and Judge HtmmoBd,
the three gent'emf n named composing
the board. They had b'ioie them
the names of ten applicants, the list
being about the Pime as that pablished
in the Appsal if at week. An auree
ment was made that all deliberations
oi the board shou d remain etcret un
til a final conclusion was reached, and
an adjournment nas taken until 3
o'clock this eremrfr. Kiactly what
the trouble is carina be stated, bat
from little things picked up ou the
onlsiile it is surmised that tach mem
ber of the board las his favoiite for
the p'ace and that one tf them must
back down befi'e n agreement can
be tesched. Tie S?crtary of the
Treasury must confirm their appointment.
LOVE LACU1IS
AS USfJ Al. AT BOLTS, L4M H9 AMD
HBN.
A .Prelljr Italian Girl stud
Sweetheart Harry aad
Depart.
Her
Ia a few moments after Justice Co'e
man entered his office yesterJay morn
iog a young man callo 1 and asked if
he would be at leisure after supppr,
telling him in confidence tba', his
next lriend was determioed to marry
the young lady of his choice in spite of
fie opposition of her parent.'. Justice
Coleman never hr.d it in his heart to
refuse such a reijnoU end agreed to
ni-rform the ceri'tnmiy at 8 o'clock,
rrornptly at the hour sgreted upon the
door lending down from the alley into
his subterrane wa3 tantmusiy opened
and two white, seared faces peeped
io. A moment UUr they tripped
down the steps and etood. breathless,
bend in band, lielore the Justice.
lie waved thum to a sei.t in that
bland way he hi s, soured them that
they were safe and piomi;ed t j make
uhort work of the service. The license
was handed to him enl found to he
drawn up in the proper form, the
blanks filled with ih names of A. J.
llarii.oo and M'ss Joaio tranHOla.
At a signal they stood li.ifore bun
and Ihe shi vics wrs riid in the short
est possiblo time coi ui tant with pro
priety.
"Well," excla'nied the bride with a
s'gh as the Int word wn spoken, I'm
to glad its over. We are sf a now, no
matter what mama rays," she con
cluded with an affecti mate glir.ee at
her husband. His nrvouoes had
also dissnoeared. and the band which
saueezo l a bill into the Justice's band
V a ! II. ...I- il k. l.orl I
wa as iirm iu iva Kiip , i i
been married a twelvemonth.
And now I muBt wn'e a note to
mamma, so that sue can get linuer we
leave," the hride said, explaining that
they left home on the pretext of going
to the theater, and that when 11
o'clock cume and she did not return
her mother would ba uueasy. I Mpar,
pen and ink were given her, and she
wrote, sealed and addressed a note of
explanation to Mr'. 8. A. Fransiola,
22'J Court street. "I supposs I Will
have to leave with the dress I have
on," she said laughingly to Justice
Coleman. "I wanted to eteal my
clothes out, a little at a time, but be
wou'd not let me lot fear it would be
illnrnvered and evorvthinir spoiled."
Tbe bride said she wes 18 years and
10 days of ege, bt looked at least two
yea's younger.. She bus a petite, well
rounded fiimre. o prelty face, exprers-
eive black eyes and the clear olive
complexion of , her 1836. The groom
ia ahnnt 22 vears of eire. a manly, busi
ness like fellow, and is st present in
the emnlov ti the I.bvtfsville and
Nashville) railroad. Tin y left on the
10 o'clock train last night for St. Louis.
THE DAY OF ATONEMENT.
Oar Jew lata fellow (I liens Will
Paaa Ibe Day In Faatlna- aud
Prayer.
The Jewish Dav of Atonemenf be
gan at sunset yes'crlay evening. It
is the holiest of Jewieh holidajs and
is more universally obeerved than any
other. According to strict ortnoaox
nifltom. Jews are rtouired lo abstain
fiom eating and to pa s fbe day in
nnnitei.ee aud nrever. No food or
watt r is a'lowed to touch tbe lips from
annnet tn auneet.
Services were held at the lopiar
street Temple laBt night, and will be
r newed this morning enu conunuuu
wiihmt inti rmiesion until the appear
ance of the first star in the heavens
announces the termination oi the long
faF-t.
Tne Day of Aton3ment will be oo -
served by the great majority of our
. . ... i i. IV..
Jewish leliow cit zins aocorumg m io
stiictest irthod x traditiors. Busi
ness will be rigidly abstained from and
the day will he devotod to ptaycrand
penitenc. A few, however, are grad
ually castina off the bonds of old cub
inms. and will keen their itores open
anrl eat br usual. The number ot
these are growing yearly, and it will
not be many years beloie the cuslnm
of fasting will drop into disuse. Tbe
day, however, will always, as long as
the Jewish religion exists, be regarded
as sacred and holy above all others,
and be observed with peculiar rever
ence. ammmmmmm
Notice.
The Hon. Zack Taylor, the nominee
of the Republican party for Congies.
and Mr. James Phelan, nominee ot
the Democratic patty for Congress,
will addrets tbe citiiens of the Tenth
Congressional District, io joint dis
cussion, at Ihe lime and places stilted
below, namely:
O. vington, Saturday, Oct. 0, 1 p.m.
Tabernacle, Mominv, ucr. ii, i p.m.
Bartlett. Tueadav. Oct. 12. 1 p.m.
Brunswick, Wednesday, Oct. 13,
12 m.
Germantown, Thursday, Oct. 14, 1
p.m.
Colli' rvllle, Friday, (M. IK, 1 p.m.
S im r vllle, Satnroay, u;:i. in, i p.m
LaGra ce. Monday. Oct. 18, 1 p.m.
Will h on. Tursi'ay. Oct. 19, 10 a.m.
Mr hoiiw. Tunnlnv. 0.:t. 19, 4 p in.
Pocui.on'as, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 10
a.m.
Middlet.n. Wednesday, Oct. 20, 4
n.m.
riaulshurv.TliU sday.Oct 21. lOs.m.
Grand Junction, Thuisday, Od. 21,
4 p.m.
Tror.8, Fridp v, Oct. 22, 10 a.m.
Bolivar, Satu'rdsy, Oct 23, 1 p.m.
Whitevillo. Monday. Oct. 2r, 1 p.m.
Whitehaven, Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1
p.m.
CaDleville. Thuis lav, Oct. 28, 1 p.m,
Mernph's, Friday. Oct. 20, 7 :30 p.m.,
at hrpoMtion Building.
Mason, Saturday, Oi-t. 30, 1 p.m.
W. J. SMITH,
Clin.
, Republican Cnng. Commiltee.
n. r. nuni'u'i
Chn. Democratic? Cong. Committee.
To the Fiis.ll
The rew dry gocds store, 79 Bsale,
open tcdity.
LntDBOBu'a nerfnme. Edenis
Lundborg's nerfnme. Alpine Violet.
Lnndborir'a nerfume, Lily of the
Valley.
Lnndborg'i perfume, March! Nils
boss,
iDVEMKES OF A BEAR.
SEIMiEANT KUIiEltS AM) HIS
. PIAIFl'L CUB.
Tbe Animal Deserts the Kqnnre and
Tries to Telegraph His
Relations.
A cjuntryman, who ra sed through
tbe city a day or twoninregnd stopped
over night at Gaston's Hotel, hud for a
traveling companion a very chagzy
and rather too Uectiona'ely inclined
black bear. They walked into the bil
liard room together aftor supper and
from observers soon found themselves
the observe J. Captured by the be
nevolent exprerston of Biuin's elon
gated countenance, Mr. Convene, the
proprietor of the bil iard room, toon
struck up n acquaintance with him
and his partner, ibe countryman, the
result being the transfer to him of all
right and tide to the bear. Mr. Con
verse had always believed that a black
bear was the one thing he needed to
mike him perlectly happy, and for a
whole hour he tLoroughly enjoyed his
new acquaintance, lie was at first
amused by Bruin's antics witli the balls
on the pool tablo and highly de'ighted
with tho proficiency he renlily ac
qu red in picketing No 15. He had
high hopes cf ultimately learning him
to pat on the Knglish at billiards,
nsrg his b;g, black paw as a cue, hut
it did nut Use him lorg lo discover
that while the bear una playor
in the ha 1 no one else cored f ir
the game, and as Bruin was nut
prepared to pay for his sport at the
legnlar rate of GO cents an hour, be de
cided to torn him over to the tender
metcies of Strgt. Kipois, of Court
Square, The Sergeant had rung the
etiangeson the scale of animal crc
ati.in from the grouud hog to the rhi
noceros, and at ores agreed lo give
tbe bear a chanco to mike himself
agroeable to the ladies and childron
who fieqnent the paik on nne after
noons. The bear took kindly to him
fiom tbe tlrdf, untie a desperate ellon
to wftg a very short narrative, and lo
lowed him through tbe Court st ert
gate, up the graveled walk lo the
dainty la'tic;d house in which the
peafowl had been lodged. He wai in
vited in, tbe door clo.ed aud fas cnod,
and the is -rgennt turned away. He
had gone but a faw ste when ho fait
something lugging affectionately at
bis coat tails, and the bear looked up
inciuirinutlv at bo turned.
The oer-
goant then tcok him into the house in
.U. . ... J ..!.- I
wuicu uio nuie arc a umu i jr tuts uuu'
nies and left him there to meditae,
He renched the fountain this time.
and, having delivered his evening ex
horution to the congregati n of
eaurians there, started away. Bruno
was st hand, and, with s mctlilrg
which Kogeia construed into a axile,
raised his paw to Bliake baud. Tbe
Hergeant look it, raised him to bis
hind feet and gent.lv lifted him over
Into the big basin cf the fountain, from
which the wt-r had been drawn off.
commending him to the tender mer
cies of tbe turtle and tbe alligators.
The bear made no effort to get out
until II gre s back was turned, when
he scramb'ed up the stoep sides and
ambled sfier his now thoroughly ex
asperated best. The Sergeant made
arrangements to dispose of him effect
ually. He procured a big chain, fas
tened it about his shaggy neck and
locked him to the biggest oak in the
Park. Thoroughly tired out, he locked
the gates and went home. At sunrise
the next morningyesterday the
drowsy clerk remaining oudutv at the
Wf stern union telegraph mice wks
s'aitlcd to discover a bear demnrely
pc-ched on ttie desk, tearing op the
leug ai h blanks and throwing them
about ou the floor. The clerk inflate
that be saw him din a claw in ink and
apply it io blank si er blank, alter tbe
manner of tbe avetave citizen.
ON 'CHANGE.
C. B. Rue sell and John 11 per have
applied for membership in the Cotton
hxch nse.
VisiTous oa 'Change yeat.-iday:
B. J, J hnoa, Palmetto Home, M si;
Wm. Urovis, 8n r rancisco; Co. u
B Nesrf rd and w fa, c ty; Miss Kuti
Welton, Inda ap-jlis; Col. C. G. Mr.
Gehee, Wot dvi ln, Mtrs. ; the Hon. T
0. Catchings, Vickihurg; C. V. War
ner, Senatonta; jonn w. uarroi,
Henatohla;
w, a Uaiching, music
sippi; L. M, Nance, Colnmhus, Mis.;
1 John o. Dickson, Well JJiyou, Ark
Mb. Botd in en interview with a
reporter of the Apibl published ei'
teidav (aid: "Yuur article of ttis
mcriiiog is incorrett in putting the
price of seed at $5 per ton. Our
mill is now anu nis Dten ever fines
it has bBen under the control ot the
Trutt paying $9 instead of $5 pnrt n,"
ine amerenct ueiweeu jut. uojn auu
the Api'sal on this point is easily
reconciled. Tbe Appbal referred to
the trice of seed on tLe bank at the
plantation, and Mr. Boyd s pri e of $9
is for seed in Memphis'. Ti e differ
ence is tbe coit of freight from the
shipping point to this place. Tbe
Appbal etui insists mm me planter
only gets $5 a ton for his seed, and
tbat it is not enouga
Speculators are proverbially er
etitious. Th s appln s as well to the
grain merchant who telle l,0O0,CO0
bushels short In Chicago as to tbe tin
horn gambler who cappers the see for
a white chip, it will, therefore, 0
eadily imrgined that tbe following in
cident wes not relith'd by the bulls
on 'Change. Rogers, 6f Court Square,
has a hear, a cub rear, b ack, sleek,
fat and playful. II s keeps it chained,
but tbe tricky animal contrives to
slip bis bonds in some way
and ream into quarters where
he is least expacied. Yesterday
durine-the session of theCll Hoard
he strolled into the Merchant' Ex
change and playfully rubbed his nose
against the knee of a prominent op
erator. The latter being a bull at once
took alarm and mule a hee line for
the door. The beer snuffed around
for awhile and then with tare in
stinct walked over to anotl er hull and
gave him a tub, much to his u sii't
and to tbe amusement of such of the
ciowd as never go long of anything
It was comical to see tne uuu
trvtno tn dodua the little am
mai. Ho wouldn't have it, bow
ever, a d in bii playful antics
always mnnrged to crawl up the leg of
a bull. Hecrttary K. e lug, a-sihteu r
Mr-a-rs Hhriver snd Booker, mansg
with some d'flicnliy, to secure the cub
and li ad him ont, but not until every
hull nn 'Ohanirn lUrlureil himself thor-
onirhlv "hoodooed." It will bs noted
that Chicav.0 di dined about one-half
cert on wheat immediately afier thit
occurrence,
Loalewllle Ceases!.
PRKPARK FOB FLOODS.
Foundations, cellar walls and build
ings sub leet to overflow should be con
structed with Louisville Cement. It
the standard.
ftjabacrlbe lor th 'Appeal"
E. SLAGER,
Tailor and Importer,
FIT FA 1. 1, STOCK ti aow eomplete. The Largest, Choleertand
Host Varied 1 have ever offered la Memphis, consisting of ail tke
rVeeVKlriE IN FANCY IH I1NU9, WOHTEII8 111 ALL
TIIK 1,4 TIT ST I fllCS, OTiHOOATINVS AND FAM lf
FANTALNS In treat variety, all of tba LATEST DERIGNS),
Introduced by Ike Leallag Importers of Rngland, Franoe and Ger
maay. 1 wlak to saake SFK I At, RflCNTION to my euatomerS anal
tte subllo to raki aad Inspect my nACNlVltawNT SI oejat. at my
OLD STAND,
Cor. Sicond and J.ffirton
HACING RECORD.
CiNcisiNATi, O., Octobr 8 Third
extra day of tbe Latonia Jockey Club.
Ihe weather was tine, and there was
an increissd attendance and a good
track.
Firit Jtact.Taw $275, of which
foO to second, to third; for nan-1
winners; mile and a quarter. .War fj
Sign won by a length; King George
Sbcond. two lengths ahead cf Sauta
Anita Bel e, third. Time-2:11.
Second liace. S?lling purse, J250, of
which $50 to second; fir two veer
olds, non-winners; six furlongs Wary
won easily by two lengths; Claiion
second, two lengths in advance of
Passion, third. Time 1:171,
Third Urn-. Puree $250, of which
f")0 to tecum!, for maidens three ynais
oid and upward ; seven fuileni;e. An
tic! ia won by two lengths; Kvangoiine
second, Lougulight third. Time
1:31 J.
Fourth ace. Yre $300, cf which
$ ill to second, f,ir two your oldn; eight
futlongs. Terra Cutta won bv hail a
length; Poteen second, Allegheny
ihhd. Time 1:10).
Fifth Raff. Purse $1:5, of which
$75 io second ; utile and half a fur'ong.
Itimconelleld won by tlir.'e lengtlis;
Wanderoo s:cond,W8hoo third, lime
1 :50J.
Weights, entries and poo'irg fjr to
mo r ,'" Iiitoi'i riices:
Firrt y.'rm'. Tiuee f uithsof smile.
Skol)elotl'(lOS) $10; Boh Kwim(lltl),
$9; Mstand (110), $5; Li tl Cliarlie
(93) , $V, Kednu.k (108), 31 : KsieB.
(105), $4; Little Jlo (10(1), $7; Matty
Corbet (105) $7; Viobn (100), S;
Dawn cf ly (108), $4. Joseph K.
(104),$); Warrington (lll),$l; Tony
Pastor (911), Grey Kagle (OH),. Lit lo
Felow (110), Kevenge (00), Llda L
(05). in the field, !W. '
.Vcond Race. Seven-eghlbs of a
mi'e. Finality (111) $.'5; Kvangeline
(87), $18; Blurliood (04), $7; Cuban
Queen (103V, $32; Surprise (00), $3;
Jay Bee J. (04), $4; Gov. Bite (91).
$4: Kennebec (110). $5; l ord Clifden
(102). $2; Wanda (Oil), $11; Amanda
Brown (00), Laa (Oil), Kulorta (09), in
the field, $4. -
7iird Ruct One mi'e and three
eigbtbs. Boh Fisher ( 101), $22 1 Mon
octat (100), $21; Ileitis 8. (88), $r;
Binnette(102), $15; Pat Hheedy (1)3),
tl; Highflight (107), $8; ,Leroy (97),
John Sullivan (07), Auuie Woodcock
(97), in the fluid, &r.
Jr'oiirlA Race. Mile enu three six
teenths. Mononrat (104), $31; I'os
teral (05), $4; Taxgntherer (101), $17;
Llera (04), $10; L gan (Oil), $0; Fioia
L. (97), $9; Uettie S. (.'), $11; Macola
(94) , $3.
Fifth Rtict. Thi ee quarters of a
mile, maiden stakes Bantling (07),
$10; Baucail (97), $8; Katie A. (9i),
I: Hiirtitawav (llti , ?u; nick i-in-
it HI) . sir: uoitat) iu . .; un-
box (100), $2; Van (1( 0), $3; Banvsn
(100), $12; Linda PajUe (1C0), $10,
Tate's Creek (100), $2.
sir la h ton Rearls 'otira.
Brkuitom Beach, N. Y Octobsr 8.
Firit Rue. One mile. Licoma won
bye lergih; Fletcher lecond, Bur
gundy third. Time 1 :4(l).
Zkcona Jiace. rwim g nnowouces,
seven furlongs. Won by Winona by
twolergths; Jlwoko s'tono, uoun
third. Time 1:32.
IViird Race. Seven fnrlnngi. Bam
Bennett won by a bea I ; R isiere bjc-
onl, Pe'ershurg ih rd. Tims 1:31.
i''our(A Jiace. Mite au an eignm.
Boss won by a lerg h; Be-tless seo
ond, Ariel third. Tinn 1:60.
Fifth Racs. Mite and a qustter.
Barutim won by a head; Amber aec-
ond, Joe Mitchell third. Time-2:1U.
Sum liace.Mue ana an eignni.
Jim Uotiglats win by six lengths;
Mol ie Waltin stcjud. Po t third.
Tims-2:00J.
AliUSEHBNTH.
TIM Hemphla Tliealer.
Miss Evans snnnared last night in
.1 V, I l. ill Tl,. 1 1.. ..!,, .ht l,'.,.'ru ami
a llWllllin HI1I. 4HV ,IU".' . u, p,..u
The CuhrU Fan. In both of which she
wai favorably tectdved, and added to
the popularity the has, won since she
beiran her pretent engagement, to
the latter play N' isi fcvans snd Mr.
Corey were recalled after the first act,
a comt limenl tnl was wen ueservea.
The CulvrU Fan will b repea'ed to
night. At the nifttlr.ee Sea bands will
bo given, and su tne laaien in sitenu
enro will be presTttd with art excel
lent photo ol the charming star.
Absolutely Pure.
Thia enwder never varies. A marvel of
purny, strength and wlio'e nnionars. Mote
.-...nniiiw'ul than lha ordinary kinds, and
e.nriot he sold in eomi'siritiun with the mul
titude of low test, short weight alum or
nh.i-i.hcro piiwilera. ti, l.o only id cams,
ItOYAL llAMN'i IMWDKK Cl ,
PHI Wa 1 trert. New York.
Koch's Pat. Store
Nllt'.I.VIN4 Is adjustable to meet any need
ee hnamsil. It ia nh.Mtir than oldstvle. Can
he put up bv any one. llaeHn1!"' ft
ln airy ana sjuols htieivre. Address
KODII A. II. CIO., Hfrfty,
S4I HtUI NT., PEORIA, ILI,er,
Isnnan Hardware t',,at. Louli.Mo.
$t$.,
Mimphlsi Tinn.
a-4'APITAL PRIZE. 179,000. -
Tlleketa only Sn). Nharee la propor
tion. '
I nnioiono Coa I aHai Pa
wm i.iiivij uu,
" W. do hrrrhy Ctrlifv tail im muni iht
arrangement for all the Monthly and uar-
MS
ry
frriy irawino or in iMiUtana 2tat Lutttry
,1
f omvany. ami in pron mamtg and Control
th hawing themtfhrn tnxd iht thm nm arc
condut tfd ti-'ifs. honrttu, ftiirnr. and in mtad
faith UnmrH all partir, ami tr aulkoritt tht
i oinpany to ute thu crrttncntet intA Jac-Hmuet
of our ! nature attached t m it tuiveitine
mint, I'ommleclonma.
W. lt itndrrrianed. Bantu nnd Btvtkni,
wilt firtv all Print drawn in Tht Loniriana
iMura Lotuntt teAic-a smv oe preamsKS ai oar
Counter.
J. H.4UJ l.KNHY.Prea. I. Sank,
J. W.KII.UKKTII.PreelHte -ll Hat
A. UALOWIM, Pren, N. O. Sal. Ub.
Incorporated In lsrafor twentr-lve years
by the Legislature fur Educational and
Charltahla noreoses with a oauital of tl
WXl.Wio-to whloa a reserve fund of overtiioC,-
Wi has sipee neon a,i,iru.
II y aa overwneiming popular vote its
franoktsewas mruleapart of the present State
Coustitutlou, adopted Deoember ii, A.I).
Tht onlu Lotlfrv rvtr rottd on snri entloriad
by tht ptoplf of auu iS'fuN-,
il nrtier scdlra or fios'pimes.
Ita Urnnd Mingle Number Draw.
Intta take pluce inonlhly, and the
Ealranrellnnry llrnwlttge tafrileirly
every Three Moulh Inalend of aeiul.
annually aa heretofore.
NriKNDin srVPtfRTPrvITT Tl
WIN A r4HTI'NK. 'IK NTH IIR M
DllAWlNll.t'LASi 14, IV TIIK ACaDKMY
OK MUSIC, NKW (lltl.KANS, 11IKS1IAY,
October 111, l!s6-l7ih Monthly brew
ing. tJAPITAIa IMCIZl, 875,000.
100,000 Tlrketa at Five DollnraKacb,
fratttlona, In Flllka, la
proportlesn.
LIST OV PRIZHS.
I Capital prise
I 76,0(9
, an,oou
1 Capital priaa.
I Capital prise..
lll.lSH)
12,000
10,010
111, wo
10,0(0
ao.oro
90,004)
STi.000
S,75
4,M
i,X0
5 Prises of tl
10
rises of llMS) ......
XII Prlies ol MS)
Il HI Priaes of SUM)
I'rises or loo
Prises of Ml
1000 Priaea of V
APPROXIMATION PHIZES,
( Approximation prises of 7M)
V Approximation prises of MM......
8 Approximation priieg of Ufa)
ltsr',7 Prises, amounting to.,.. (WS.rXO
Anpllaatlon for ratal to clubs should be
maue only to the otiioe of the Company at,
tlow Orlervns.
Kor further Information write clearly,
.1.1... f.,11 ..lilr.n.. P4JNTAI.NOTKM. Kl-
pressMona) Ordors, or New York Bxchange
in ordinary letter. Currenoy by Express (at
our expense), addressed
St. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleaua, La.
Or H. A. DAUPHIN,
WnanlntTtoa as. v.,
or at a weaii oartahi ameaupsjiw, aenaa
Make P. 0. Money Orders payable
and address Registered Letters to
NKW OBI.RANN NATIONAL, BANK
New ssrieHMSi. aa.
cr p. W
3 b. 3 3
l f- V 1 D
5-1
fioljss-a' sag
JOHN E. RANLILE at
CO., Agents
Menebla, Tei
Copartnership Notice.
TUB anderalgned hsve lorined a en part
nership, dating Irom the Sih instant,
under the nrm name and style of DKAN k
lor ne uarprHio .i uuiiuui'.iui
wk.,i...Uiiifl.,.T.i and t-niee business at
2iin Main street, Lee Block, Memphis, Tann.
The butina'S will be conducted at WI Poplar
atroet unci the tnaoinnery ana aiuro.
the new eland are ooinpited.
JOUN LILLY.
Maarsts, September iO, ISstJ.
William Dxah.
JflllX Lili.t.
DEAN & LILLY
Coffee Roasters,
AND DEALERS IN
TEA, COFFEE
ANI S PICES,
205 Main St. (Lee Block)
MKMIMIIN, TK5IJ.
T, Till: I'll HI.it!.
. , , 1 L . 4V
WE. the unrlersigneu, naving oiiui u
-antira businuas of naanufacturins
FurniRire, Mattresses, Awnings. 1 '" ',;
Irom lienry as .;.'-. .---. ---v r.
ask a share ol jour paironage
all Kinds oi rurui ,'- livT . . r.V-
BulU. and del ver go '"a ire- T: All
U, '.novated lo th.trae Peralaa style. Ail
7k Hone r-rompthy and atllving tej.
a.BnUeahrrg "''.i
pels
.rk
SB."
at w
Bijl" 7 .'' it o t
sea Man nviifl
ruTliAh Awning., , Tents, P..I, a. and J
ktnilfliil on"t v

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