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MEMPHIS HAttt APPEAL SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1886.
lluccmi to BCBKAI R IDG ELY, ) "
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Wo. 33 MADISON STBEET,
li In receipt of a larger, more varied and better se-
lotted itock of CASSLatERES.TTORSTEDS, SUITINGS
and OYEECOATIXGS, (all this season's Importa
tions,) thai was ever shown In this market. The
stack comprises the choicest designs, finest textures
and most durable goods In gentlemen's wear.
tSf Samples and Prices on application to those
who have left measures.
AN IMMENSE SUCCESS!
" W. J. GILMORa'S
CiBLi8 H. Ysls, i.-.-6ol Manager.
THE GRANDEST SPECTACLE
Ever Conivjiredjiiid Carried.
LIST HSAIOX IN AMERICA.
Monday, October lfth-R B. M ANT ELL,
in bis great succ-ss, lansieu i.tvos.
Five Nights and Satbrpa y Matin:, Com
mencicg IOSillAV,0(T. isi.
The Romantic, Emotional Actor,
(Under the mansgement of nntas
1'ilon), in John W. Keller's New,
Modern Society uraina.
TAW(iliEI) Is IVES;
A Play of Strong Unman Iutnrett,
Illustrating Soci-'y and Bohemian Life in
. New York.
The. Mornl la furr,
Tha Mart Inlornflr Intercaf Insr.
Tile MluitltottK Nlroiiic anil Natural,
and a brilliant vein of comedy permeatea
the entire drama,
A. FLAY OF THIS EPOCH.
Its teachings1 will benefit every man and
woman nt the Ntreteenth uentury.
PRICES AS USIIAL-S le of seats will be
tin Saturday Oct. 16 h, at Mtilford't.
Mrs. Florence: Fintey Moore
WILL REOPEN BER
Saturday. Oct. 23d, at 3 P.M.
Genteel Household Furniture at Auc
tion, on the premises. No. S97 Court
street extended, HON DAT, October
Ititn, at 10 o'clock. Chamber, Dining-
room and Kitchen Furniture, Carpets, eto.
A 1 L' Tfl 1 fl . II I . . .
ROOMS AND HOARD.
ELIGIBLE ROOMS-With superior board,
twoblekstrora Gayoso Hotel. 4o3 Shelby
TAMES WASHINGTON, formerly eook at
rj lue un)viiii pit, ueou oidiiiiij.u m
terer lor 4S3 and 465 Shelby street, 2 squares
below Gayoso. where superb meals, with
prompt attention, win be served lor la) per
month. . '
ROOMS Furnished, with bonrd,
At HKI Shelby atreet.
ROOMS AND KOARD
At 40 Market street.
ROOMS-Ploasant furnish'd rooms, with
board, for ladies or gentian en. Terms
Wl Court Extended.
DESIRABLE RuO.US-Wilh boa-d, at
72 MADISON FT.
l uu.ua furmsneu rooms witn ooaru.
EY 121 Court street.
ST. JAME.S HOUSK-08 Adams stroet.
Board and lndring, SS: day bnrd. SUM.
J) suite, furnished or unfurnUbrd
without board; otSer rooms
"DO)V18 With or without board; terms
1 V reasonable. 14(1 M A IHKON S T
insla or en
AT F. A. Jones X Co. s., one nice gentle
buggy MARJ that any lady can drive
or ride penectty sate.
ROCKAWAY-Brsnd now. at a sacrifice,
Address Pnstnffico Vox IS.
LI) SCHOOL FUHN ITU HE-Apply t
MISS CO .N WAY,
Clara Conway Institute.
rESIDENCB-Nos. 86 and 88 Market St.:
XX in good repair: lot blU. Apply to
FOR ptENT OR SALE
RICK HOUHE Tiro ftor1es. itore and
room. Apply ft n'z iNnrtn ispporq t.
f JKDliOOM FURNITIJUE-
J- bideboards, Loun, eto,
A JlltS, BEATTIE & CO.,
No. 3til Main street.
Telephone number Is 768.
IISTERNS Bnllt and reoaired and war-
J ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port-
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick-
layer. Telephone 8K8. THUS CUBB1MS.
R. 0. J. 6CHBRER, Surgeon Chiropo
dist, zll Mam street, bixteen years
Braottoe in Alompbis, Charges moderate,
all and See him. Office hours from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Sundays from 9 to 12 m.
"(OAT At the foot of Adams s'reet, aenat.
W with a time oona ana a rair o: specta
cles. Return to M Main street.
e meerchtum pipe.
lain bowl, with dog on stem ot same,
TWO 30 inch Portable Corn Mills; wo 26
inoh Corn Mills; two 21-inch Ccrn Mills,
No. 1 order. New and ennd-hand. Mil
work of that description solicited. A good
stock of select French Kurr Mono on hand
THUS. JJHL.AM, 124 Front st
CHEAPEST fXAO improved property in
KJ thectiy. Arnlyto
w . L. li., Appeal cmce
L1HAMBKIV8 FOLDING MAUllliN K-UUt
little used, and in good condition. Ap
ply at APPEAL OFFICE.
TUK leate and fixtures of the St. Elmo
Hotel, Me'idian, Miss, Twenty-five
commodious rooms, within three minutes
walk of tha union Uepot: large sample
room on the street next door; now doing a
good business and popular. Can be had at a
bars ain if epplied lor within the next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Elmire, proprietor,
nlnin howl, with do
gold band around stem near amber mouth
"vI.T MATERIAL In the storehouses an
J Senate Building, occupied by B. Low-
ensteln & Bros.'
must be removed at once,
JOHN KK1U. Builder,
piece. Finder oan
and be rewarded.
bring to Stationbous
ATKAT COTTAGE-Of six roomi, and lot
200x44, 54 Oean avenue, inquire on
"DOCKETB00K Containing one plain
XT gold ring, an amythyst ring and several
. Ml,., littla &.tinlrfl. li indAr will nlefl., re
turn to Mr, A. Renkert, corner Main and
Adams streets, and be lihnraily rewarded.
rUEAP One e-ond-hand R"Ch.AW Ai,
J nearly as good as new, at 101 unn n si
CEDAR S-KNCINO POSTS For sale by
W. R. LARtCIN, Lamlnsville. Ala.
nTTCII From mv sennel. a black and
AD white Beagle bitch; split in right ear. A
reword will be given for her return, or inlor
mation addressei to me, care of Peabody
Hotel. JaKHY UU'.KKKLL.
TUT ULES On the niaht of Oct. Sd, 3 miles
.i-t a. Ilfll oi lOi nervine, cujnviuiiiq iuvid,,
one about four years old, in good tlx and
trimmed up, with little white spot under
jaw; the other, ten or twelve years old.
rniinli. and n',t in well trimmed. Reward
'for information, or return of mules to J. W.
ioung, mempnis, or
W, T. PRICE. CrllierviHe, Tsnn.
one thoroughbred Running ilorso; fee
sn On Trnttinu Horse: fee. 10. OneJer
ley Bull : fee, $2.50 Foa Sam 30 Horses,
It Milnk Cows. 15 head Butcher Cattle. Pea
cocks and Newfoundland Pups. Horses on
pasture, 15 per month: Texas horses, lOo per
day. Telephone JOSEPH BUHKKV.W.
lOTTAOE Four rooms, 2i0 Ross avenue
Apply at n mosoy e:reet.
2 HOUSES On Robeson street.
Apply atWl Robeson street.
IMPORTANT BUSINESS MATTERS
Contracts Approved for New Street
Railways No Action Taken
TV lth Reference to Gas.
The Leeialative Council met at 2
o'clork ye6tertlay afternoon for the
first time in two months. Present:
Messrs. Iladden, Le, Randle, Gra
ham, Kney, Pat'.ercon and Montgomery-.
Toe rf porta of the beads of the va-
tni'8 city dppaitmnnls for Angn
were read and passed.
The council then transacted the fol
lowing business,, which has accumu
lated since the latt meeting:
Its following; monthly reports of
the various city departments were
read and approved as read:
Chief Cleary reported thirteen alarms
responded to during the month, upon
which there was an insurance of own
er of 331.5CO, and insurance of oc
cupants of $-0,000. Lofs to owners
of $710, and low to occupants of
$1015. Total lose, $1725; insurance
over loss, $50,275. Of these flies, four
were of incendiary origin.
Total number nf arrests, .374 : white,
207: colored, 107: msle. 305: female.
69; married, 101; eiogle, 213. Num
ber hued, 227; diEchnrRed, lis; btato
esses, 31 j fugitives turned over, 3.
Amount of lines Fsswsed, $2187 40;
niniutit of fines paid, $1262 40; atnDunt
paid on mittimns, H4i'3 50; S ate tex
paid in ennrt, $52; State tax paid oo
mittimus, $100; grand total, $1908 90.
Expenses Feed og p 'iaonera,$ ! 83 43 ;
pay roll, $3418 35; incidentals, $13 80;
other expense. $15 90 ; total, $3631 43;
taken from and rnturned to prisoners,
$207 75; lodgers, 44.
Patients received during the month,
148; discharged, 142; deceased, 22;
remaining, o;; total numner treatea
daring the montn, 2Si. Ui trie pa
tient", 17 were residents cf the Taxing
District. 13 of Tenne?see, 57 of Arkan
sas, 30 of Mississippi, and 31 of other
State, expenses lor tne montn,
Bon K. Pullen, jr., reported general
tax registered, $l2G0 66; license is
sued. $1437 26: leceiv d for lenU,
$32180; fees on license etc., $42; nnm-
, . , ' . 1 ,AA
uer oi iiceoses mtucu, iuu.
George S Havden, market master,
reported collections otfiou oo.
HOARD Or HEALTH.
Earth boxes removed, 2978 ; g trbane,
2244; loads of dirt, 917 ; dead dogs, 25;
dad animal?, is; nouses mepecieo,
2080: closets. 1736; yards, 1049; ai
leys, 80; stables, 71; cellars, 57; cis
terns e'eaned, 19; cotton eheds, ;
homes fornicated. 1 ; warrants issued,
10; patients sent to hospital, 138;
treated at disneneary, 173; dea'hsre
corded, 153. Expense?, $2142 72.
J. O. Mhoon. inspector, reported
collections of fees t) the extent of
RKNT 1 1. VALUE OF HOTELS,
The committee to fix the rental
value of hotels reported that the tame
amounts s fixed la-t year be adopted,
pxctpt Gaston a Hotel, which was
fixed at $5000.
AN OFFER OF SALE.
Mr. Heniv Guion offered to sell for
the cwoeis the property on the
nrinth tide of Un'on street, runnine
through to Beale etreet, thirry feet off
of the west B ile cf the "Arc b Ku'
propetty, along the paved alley, for
I3C00. one-thitd cash, balance in six
and twelve montbs, witn 0 per cent,
others, asking that the north side of
Linden street, east of Orleans, be
graded so as to enable the petitioner
to bnild a p'ank walk, was lead, and
property owners ordered to gride or
ay a lour toot plana nuewaii.
The netition of Fred Man ens. an
aged lsborer, who deeires to engage in
the photographing business, asking to
be released from paying a license tax
as photographer, as he in unable to
pay the same, was lej cted for wantof
authority to grant reiief prayed for.
The petition of cerUin Lawmen,
asking to be a'lowed tqual priv.leg.es
wuh tne Patterson im 1 1 omnihui-es
tt the Louisville and Niehville depo',
was read, and referred to the Chief of
Police for report.
Tne n-ution oi gemellus uaney
asking for an extenaon of eiiht
months to grade lot 284, block 12,
corner of Tennessee and Vouth streets,
was referred to tne rreudent witn
power to act.
The petition of the trustees of the
Leath Orphan Aeylum.praying for the
opening of an avenue from the Leath
Orphan Asylum to Marshall avenue,
the same having been dt dicated by the
eetite, was read, and the avenue or
Mr. Lymus Wallace effered the fol
Kewlved. That a plsuk eidewalk be
ordered laid immediately on the south
sideofChapen avenue. Also a plank
sidewalk on tne sown sine ei Mewart
avenue, at property owners' expense.
Mr. Lymus Wallace a'so offered the
linolwd. That the laxing District
put a e ossing of wood or store at the
intersection of Stewart and Missis-'ippi
avenuts. Also oDe across Mitsissipui
avenue at Loanev'a swiich.
Referred to the l're3iuent ana ta-
0ARD It a private furollv for man and
wile. Address rnftecfliftii. anreai.
Oi 7 POPLAR STREET, two n'coly fur
ZlL I niehed rooms to single gentlemn.
STORE No. 132 Beale street. Inquire at
No. 132 Beale street, up stairs.
C COTTAGE Four rooms. 61 Auction street.
J Apply at 33 1'hird street.
1-knsrTTON Two voung men (German)
I h.rl exnerinnoe in rotail arooery
and saloon bu iness for several yars, and
are able and willlnl to no any ainuoi .wi,
'desire pot It ion. van give oesm' rnteremei.
N. 210 l ain street.
IRST-CLASS COOK-Msn preferred,
Sil 00 .ittmapn ?bb'.
TV TAN to take an office and represent a
XVX manufooiurer: r.H per weea; sir an
.capital requ red. Address with stamp, Box
TO, West Acton. Maa,
QITUATIOS As porter or house boy; cap
j give oitvreterencei. t-iiB.rv, anni'.
TEAMSTERS To work at AstiDV
Miss. InqU're at '
F. A. J' NK80O,'6.61 Monroe st.
O house on Court streetward several vacant
lots. Apply to K. B. 6N0W0EW or J. li.
GOODLOE, SS Madison street.
TDRICK HOUSE I'wo stories, nine rooms,
XJ on Mulberry street
A nt.lv In
DR S A. POOL.
SIORKUOUoE Four story and basement
storehouse. No 254 Frort street.
UOOMS Hell lurniabed rooms, fio. si
JLV Linden street,
tOTToN 1 FFICE Apply to E. M. Apper-
son & Co., Wo. 3tl ront street.
INE OFFICES-65 Madison street, next
to Clarendon Motet.
B. M. BbTKB, sa Madison pt.
IJ OIlwK-2'0Yusblngton 8 .: 7 roomsa
ti i.iiihro'tii. Apply at 113 Poplar St
TWO CARPKNTBR8-Fi.rvmih w
Annlv at 221 Second s ret.
T-AKTNKR With 15000 In an ..ulished
L Grain Business. O. B.. 1 ' ofhoe.
AGENTS For a set (4) New r HISTMAS
Rooks soiling from (Oo I 1. A new
agent sold 48 the firm we'k.eai .$?8i an
other 69. From 1I0 to iJ oai. iade be-
.... ovUtmiu hv mi ine wt, .ian aive a
few hours' time each day. A itesa CAS-
SELL A CO. (Llmiud), 40 BeatLorn street,
CtTTD ATION Ilave live or six thousand
i H,,lUr la lban emulorer. Ad ress
. A. K.i this office.
-ljVBRYBODY-To oall and es the eele
Pj brated Grpsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
itreet. near Poplar.
No. m Main Street.
IMo. Vs) ftiHin ntreet.
No. 207 Main Stroet.
AddIv to JAMES LEE, Ja 4 Madison St
nOOMS Two furnished or unfurnished
JTV rooms at 40 Msdlson street.
ELEGANT newly turnisbrd rooms, bth-
, e'fl.' inquire at 110 uniin mpi.
Address L 8., this 0
WOODWORKER A good one wanted at
Cunningham's Shop, corner of Monroe
"V 0UN0 MAN Experienced in Job Print
No. 10 West Court S reet.
-To sell petit ledgers and so
jiiofits; gnrd I'O-i'inns
K. G. LKMEN A CO.. Atlanta. Qa.
O licit merchants with no novelty; big
at 131 Ma-lison street.
T-AV HOARDERS Or wl bout rooms.
XJ At 1 2 Vast Court street.
TAMPING AND EMHROIUKRING To
order in bed styles at . .
"DOOMS Well furnished rooms, No. 81
X Linden street.
tit iNTHV Ldie". local or traveling. A
W wonderful entirely new specia.tr for
ladies only; oany ntur muoi no puuui,
no painting; psrtieulars free. MRS. G.
DR. G. LIcLANE'S
Tailor and I
stone anv grvel now on the streets',
all high i t'iot and surfaces picked
down to tk ' ltvel10' lU rVL h?1?
surface to be n"M,f smooth. BndJ solldt
by tramping id eepjng in of
brokenstine a, nJ1tl",f nrff1" ' ha
etreet of about t. inB'eet the J!
to be made as sro l?1 th"
prsctcablo and S9 . nni
Lid rai'road corap.n Anv ?"Jl oli
deficiency cf toneP t r ."ti.. t
be any, shall be s nPP!U ' lif. md
railro.! company and sv ,C.B !,8,",
Kravel shall be approved "
by tbe District Engiceer. . J ' ' f
railroad company should 1 ,ti,jr
so elect thev may be permiftv
the center of track and two .
each eide with rnkblo srone 1
in lieu of the Telfoid and rmwsv am;
with which the street is now jsrvi nj
the pavement to be hid in the msTSj
nu, ami aa jlirprtnil hv ilia DlRtripft t'.nw
g'nser or his are-s ant ; any and all de- ) VJIE LATE HENRY PPRSrENHElM
nsiency 01 alone ana giavei te do snp
. TT FALL RTCKHK Is bow eomplata, Thet.argost, Choleestand
Meet Varied 1 hare aver offered la Memnbla, consisting of all the
NOV L I IK tt FANCY Bl 1SINUN, WOHSTKIIS IN ALU
TIIK LA I ttT Dl'VLKS, OSLIKA IIM.S A N Is FANC V
PNTMI1SS In great variety, all of the LATEST ISF-SltiNg,
Utroelucad by tbe Leading Importers of England, Franc and Oar
maoy. 1 wish to aaahe SHSIt IAL v RNTION to my customers and
i?.,Jfiui'1J0.,clU,",i anspaot my RiAUMficur siocti. at my
Cor. Sioond and Jefftrson St.,
C1URT BUD ARB.
1 443, th eago. 111.
"DOSITION By a lady as mns'e teacher, or
X toteaoh youogonlldren urgiisn orancues.
Salary expected modirate. Good home de
, sired. Address "lescher," C'dumbus, Miss.
PITTS BTJBH PA.
BE SURE TOU GET THE GENUINE. Tag
Counterfeits are maae id dii bouis, mo.
AN An Intelllgent.esrnest man to rep- w. H. BATKS,
XVX resent, in hlr own locaiuv. a urge re-
S). SJ. TOF
sponsible house. A remunerative slrr to
rijbt partv. Steady position References
- exchanged. Amerloati Mauufactunng Ujuse,
10 Barclay Ht., N. V.
SALESMEN In every State In the II- Ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING khTAl.l.TKUMliNT hiving several
Bi-xoiii.Tna that are popular and easy sell
ing, uan tie Dandled alone or in coDneoui u
with other goods. Address THIS vim.
PRICV MAWI'FW. CO.. BALTIMORE, Ml.
lOTTCN HEKD W ANTEH. Hulls andMeal
J lursie cneap at uiiuuii uiuruBivo
i CCf F RAT HERS Hii best oash
XJy M ' Pr n"'d by WABAY, Memphis.
TTtVUHYPOPY TO KNOW-Tbat I will
Jli FILL TEETU WITH GOLD for the
eat thirty day. for llhO.AtWKsgoNi
' 1 1 348 Main sreet.
"vl.li HOLD A HILVKR-For, ash or el
J ohange. MULFOKD, Jews er.iHMaia
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 2Ti Second Street,
Hew and Latest Styles Stock. New
Type. New Machinery.
Prices as low as anywhere, North
Increased facilities for doing a
nte rest, the offer not to include any
of the property of said lots.
Ou motion of Ool. Montaomery the
offer was accepted and the President
was instructed to approve the sale
when the property was cleared
The petition of the Valley Oil Com
pany to erect a shed on Linden street,
oetween Clinton and Tennessee, was
granted, subject to the will of the
The pelilion of li. w. Joiner to be
aMowed'to corop'ete the work he has
ccmmecced on a building on Poplar
Etreet, was laid on the table.
The petition o: Ayres a. mrange a
Co. to b allowed to bond a scale
house at the corner of Beale and Ulin
ten streets, wss granted.
Tbe petition ills. W. L,ong to re
pair house No. 538 Main street was
The tetiuon 01 ai. wowie; mj uuuu
a douMe tenement, irauie lunula n
No. 108 Front itreet was rejected.
The net tion ot the Southern
prees Company to build a frame shed
on Court street wss refarred.
The petition ol K. KawiinRB to ouua
a britk s'ab'e on Madison stree, near
the bayou, was g'antad.
The petition of D. N. Washington
to add to frame coltnge at No. 441
M.in ntrant was referred o the Presi
dent and Chief of the Fire Depaik-
DBThe petition of H. Buehl to change
roof of honee No. 59, and remove
kitchen, Exchange B'reet,wos sranted,
nrnvMoH hln neishbors consent.
two miit.inn of William Qiinn to
put new fl coring and two pair of stairs
in No. 179 Front street was granted,
provided he complies with the health
The petition rf A. Seessel to repiir
floors of Nos. 180 and 188 Front street
Ti.o nntitinn of Tonv Riusa to raise
housB No 24 Main etreet was referred
to the Pr-widenf, wi'h power to act.
Tha neiition of Wm. Commrhaus
to build a one story corrugai a lion
storeroom at Nl 92 Beale s reet was
r furred to tbe Pioaidont and (Jaief oi
Tho ne It. On Ol lOOmil XVUeiy,
. r . . , 1 : . I. ;
log tuRl tne orurr icuiiu.g
pu5 down briik ei lewalks ou Thorn
ton avenue and on both sides ol Win
chester street be extended until
spring, was read and time extended
unm April lei.
The petilion 01 niosny, u-
minlstrator cf the esta'e 01 uamuei
Mosby, asking that the crder r?qnir
ing bim to Vuild a stone sidewalk on
the west side of Seoond street, corner
of Monro?, be extended until the pe
titioner was able to realize funds to
do so from te sa'e 01 piop-ny, waa
rea i and time extended until January
'Th million of Mr?. M. A. McComb
for an extension of time to lay a new
sidewalk in front of her property cn
Adams Btreet was leid and ordored
Trie petition of A. B. Jewell, chief
guard ol chain gang, w s read, asking
that tbe Msrket lloueeon Poplaratreet
be convened into workhcuee and
bearding bouse for the chain gang.
Tne petition ol Allen Nabers and
Jiemlved. That Court qnare rema'n
open day and night for the comfort
and convenience 01 tne people, ana
that the keeper be ordered to discon
tinue ringing a bell at 9 o'clock p.m.,
as a notice that all persons must leave
The foUowinir contracts with the
Memphis City R tilroad Company were
presented for ratification and weie or
dered rat fled:
PIKIH btrekt. .
Fnmifijations for laving tracks on
Filth etreet from Mill ti (Jneleea, and
on Chelsea from Fifth to Sixth, and
cuiving into Chelsea nonh of Kerr to
connect witn omer tinea; a
The north track on Mill s'reet to
curve from Mill into Fifth on the cen
ter hne of Fifth street and to occupy
the center of the street curving into
Chelsea from Fifth and to occupy the
center of Chelsea street.
The track is to be laid in accordance
iih ordinance to reeulateand control
the occupancy of street cars and the
manner of constructing street car
tracks and their maintenan ce.
1. The present track to be removed
and the street tor a width of nine feet
graded out for track and materials to
snbgrade of sixteen inches below true
(trade of surface at center, Lr which
e . , 11, . 1 ,1.- :.. , .
stakes man ue set uy ma kbbuiui
engineer, who will be in charge of the
2 The orossties are to be laid five
feet apart fom center to center, and
must bs laid on Bix inches of Tisho
mingo gravel and be thoroughly
tramped and filled around with gravel.
3. After the lra:k is laid, surfaced
and lined it sba'l be niled in with
Tishomingo gravel to within five
inches of the top of rails as a bed for
pavinn. The space within the rails
and for two feet on either side shall
be paved in a first class manner, as
directed by the Engineer, with fiwt
class rubble stone cf tot less than six
inches in depth.
4. The stones are to be laid as
nearly as potslble in range courses.
Tbe points are to be well broken and
bounded, so as to make close and
tihi nmttt. The work is to be well
rammed over three times and ti be
covered over with Tiehominiro gravel,
la to be swept in at each ram-
mini, until the whole is thoroughly
filled and made soua; tne oaior biikoh
to be well Imuked witn clay.
k All atrne and sravel to be fur
nished by and at the expense of the
Memphis City Kuiiway uompany, snu
all to be epDroved and accepted by
tha liutrirt lCmrlnenr. And it is iut-
ther agreed and disVnctly underetoed
that tha entire work is to be done
under the supervision ot tne iiis-.rici
Engineer or his aisistantvand all in a
thorough and workmanlike manner
and to the satisfaction and acceptance
of the JJisirici engineer or n a
6. It is also agreed ana tusunciiy
understood that no more than one
tmck- ahull be laid on this route, and
that there shall be no switches or side
racks allowed, and tnat ine street
tha1! be left in a clean and neat con
We hereby accent tbe anove specin
cations and all ita conditions snd re
quirements. THOMAS BARRETT,
V MOW IOMWUI uw -. o-
OcTosia 11, M06.
It is hereby agreed that should the
Memphis City Usllway Company pave
the two feet on tbe outside of the rails
in the manner directed by the Engi
neer the Taxing District sgrees to
mainta n and keep tbe said two ieet in
place until such time ts the balance of
the street is curbed and paved, when
the Memphis City Railway Company
sgiee and bind themselves to main
tain and keep in gocd repair the two
feet on the outside of the r.tils.
Witness our names to this agree
ment. JAMES LF.K, JR..
President pro tem.
THOM AM BAKRKIT,
Viae President and Manager.
Specifications for laying tracks on
Mill and Sixth B'.reats, by the Mem-
.v.ifl i tin RailwAV Il.imnlllV. tOWit!
Cnmmanniiiir at Fifth alreot.on Mill,
extending ti Bixth, thence ol Hixth to
Kerr Btreet (city limit'.; -toe
i..ni, ,n Mill ar.mrt ! hi extended
antwanl cm the center line ol Ml I
street to 8 xth etreet, curving into the
K.nlcr Una of Hixth a'rnet. luence on
the renter line oi sa d street to Kerr
.treat.. The tiack Ih ti be laid in a
corJancewith section 7 of the ordi
nance to regulate and control the oc
iinnnnv ol RtTvet iMr and tbe manner
ol mnitruetinir street car tr.cks and
The pavennent on this route is to be
anv. in iIih liHildintr of cross ies and
rails. The cnsUiea rn'is" b laid on a
.ir i.r'i horl rf Tiffiimiiiiri sravel a 'id
ha thor.uirhlv iramped and filled
around wi h gravel a id fiae broken
t inn. The foundation coutse ol
1 tone now in the s reet, wherever dis
turbed in Ue laying of tracks, mnst
be replaced aronnd fie croesiles and
lailsia a ihimtigti tnd workmanliks
manner, ai d the entire surface oecu-
Sel by the tracks, cf sboat nine feet,
to bs filled la with the fine broken
plied by the said railroad company at
It is agreed and distinctly nnder-
stood that the entire work is to be
done under tbe supervision of the
District Engineer, or his assistant, and
all in a thorough and workmawlike
manner, and to the entire satisfaction
and acceptance of the District Kn
giueer. It is alno agreed and dis
tinctly undintood that no more then
one tiack shall be laid on this route,
and that there shall bs no switches c
eidetrscks laid or allowed; the street
to bo left in a clean and neat coliIi
tion. Accepted: THOMAS BARRETT.
Vice President and Manager.
WO0PKX AWHIN08 MUST GO.
Mr. Montgomery offered tbe follow
ing: lieiotvid, That the wooden awnings
in front o' Njs 200, iOOi and 202, and
211, 213 Main street bo torn down st
once, and the ordinances and resolu
tions pa-Bi by this council ai to the
removal of awnings be rigidly en
atUST PAY POR PAVING,
Mr. Graham offered the following:
KtfAwd, That tbe Tsxing Die trict
Attorney take the necesary steps to
cause theMemphis City Railway Com
pany to repay the Taxing District the
cost of psving the space now occuoied
by them on Sixth street, and Mill
street, from Fifth to Sixth, Chelsea,
and that the amount so collected from
the railroad company be devoted to I
widening 'he roadway on ta'd street
and paving the space so widened,
Mr. Montgomery olfdred the follow
lietolved, That the owners of the
property on the east Bide of Main
Btreet. between Washington and the
alley south, be required to comply
with the ordinance and put down a
stone sidewalk as soon as the work
can be done.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Mr. Randle asked the Oounc1! to
allow the congregation of tho First
Presbyterian Cbnrch until spring to
put down a new pavement around
their church at the corner of Thiid
and Poplar streets. Tbe time was ex
tended until Apiil 1st, provided the
church repair the present pavement at
once, so as to make a good waix.
Hi eo'nltoasj Adopted Yeatejtday bj
late tvstasa Exobanre.
M .. meeting ol the Beard of Di-
roctoTsJ ? ne ijotion JExcbargi', yes
terday, tl 10 oiiowing resolutions were
VY BIBEA. 1 -'"llj(uiy nop, in I1IS
infinite wit worn, has removed from
onr midst l,n' fellow member and
citsen, H. .FnisXenhelm; therefore,
be t ....
ltonhfd, Tbe t 1.1 nis death the (Jot-
tou Kxclmnue has 1st a valuable
member, the city ol Mempti s au en
terprising and nr. right merchant and
citizen, and his Ink uily an afiVctionata
and indulgent hnssnd snd father.
lirtolvta. l liatiu nis umim me poor
of the city have V "st a trno friend;
hewasalwavs ready to give frdely ot
his time and pursa to relieve the dis
tress ol the poor and dtstitnte, and
foremost in every ns ivement iuiho
noble cause el charity. '
luno tvd. Thst tie bt lartieit svmua-
thy ol the members of t his Exchange
be extended to the lere ved family of
the deceased in this theit 1 hour of s ire
s miction and bereave ment, that
these resiltitioos be sore d npon the
minutes and a cony bs tra nsmitted to
W.B. I1ALBRKATII, Chairman.
(1. S. M Al l. ARAN, '
B. K. HART,
A CHANCE 10U THE NtMINEES
For Nei" la St Lalleirv 1 to
awer Flnlsi SAsavaslol
TBB UNION PAISENOIR DEPOT.
The following letter was read from
To the Editors of the Appeal:
We have waited for a reply to our
communication of September 30th, or
rather toeee If the co-cslled temt 'cratic
tominecs for the Legislaturei would
place themselves on the State It'emo-
cratic platform, but have seen nothing
from them touching inis lmportsni
subject. We fully sgrce with yon that
a "pla'lorm ol principles" is an agr fo
ment or compact between that politi
cal patty and tbe people, and that said
party is compelled to carry out in
good fiiith at i s conventions and else
where every principle empouiea in
the platform, and a failure to do so
absofviH every voter of said
party from all obligations to sup
port 1's nominees. The State Demo
cratic pla'furm says prohibition shall
be submitted lo a vote of the people.
The Shelby County Convention virtu
ally said it shall not be tnbmitted.
Therefore, we ask yon in candor, is it
not the duty ol every iMmooratin tae
giunty to refuse to vote (or its ,nomi-
nsr To loiuae to submit tne ques
tion now only defers it tor two years,
, , . . . I Liu u uuw I'll 1 , uricio i.ivi iwv JWi,
Maj. Burke, in reply to a commnic. j , not u glm ,
tion addressed to him by 1 resident th(1 emntv or deslirn-
the proposed , " . . rnn.,i .,, tf
Mississippi sn TnkS8KK Rn.snin Oi).,l
LrKira or u SNaa al oursHisTRsnssT. r
Maarius, Txkn., Ootober U, 1AH6. J
The Hon. D. P. Iladden, President Taxing
District, Sloinpms, lenn,
Dkab Sir I am in receipt of yonr
favor cf the 12th instant, referring to
meeting held at the uotton .ex
change about one year ago in regard
ti a nninn caseenuer depot, and ask-
inn what nrrorress had been made in
the location of same. In reply, I bvg
to elate that there has Deen no action
taken reUtive to tbe matter, l nave
conferred with nearly all the lepre-
senlatives of roads terminating in this
ritv and have suggested a location in
. - . . 1 . (. i.i 1
Snntli MemoniS. I una sue ruaiia nu-
tering the city upon the north Bide
favor a lrcition in that part of the
city, and that would perhaps be the
prelerence 01 me lnejwpme anu
Charleston, entering the city Iiom the
east, while these entering lrnm tne
south and west t,or ai least tne rv.aBi
City, Spriniifield and MempMs road)
favor tne eoumern portion 01 1110 cvj,
hut there has ben no definite sction
taken as to either locality, and the
situations of the di fieri nt toads are
such that I doubt whether thosa now
terminating: in tbe northern portion
of the citv could be induced to come
to Sonth Memphis, or those In South
MemphlH would concent to go to the
notthside. st. burkb,
A communication was read
from A. M. Jones, on behalf ol the
Memnhis Gss'iuht Company, notify
ing the council of the rejection by the
atnnkholders of the contract made by
the director" ot that company with
the Taxintr District. CThis correspond'
ence has heretofore been published
in the Appeal.)
Ool. Montgomery thought that the
Taxinu District has been badly treated
by the gas company, and lavored a
resio lution StroDBiv unapproving 01 no
course. lie was 01 sue opinion uinv
tbe O mncil ought to take some action
in the natate oi a resolution 01 cen
sure of the cas company. No action
wse taken, however, and the farther
consideration of the matter was, after
Borne discussion, defened until some
future meeting-. In reference to the
status of the J.quitaDie uaignt
Company, Judge Walker, the attor
ney of the Ditttict, stated that the at
torneys of tbe Equitable were ol the
onininn that the general act
LOGICAL STATKMESTT WHICH
PROVES) ITS) I.BHOSt
1 ('ondemolng; at Stclrolino Favot
That Cannot Itei Ualaaattl ay
minds of the people are ngitatei) upon
thiB subject, and tbey domand that
the Isme shall be met Demoor'acy is
the will of the people fairly expressed.
f or more than a qnarter 01 a century
we have delighted to follow the po
litical leadership of the Ap
peal, and we sincerely hope it
will always continue to be the
fearless exponent oi genuine Democ
racy. We are not a prohibitionist,
but a Democrat, and will vote the
Democratic ticket (as we have always
done) if it can be found in oof county,
. ;.. . 1 , 1 . ... 1
out, like many outers, win not vuio iur
a nominee who has not the moral
courniie to plant himself firm'y upon
the Democratic piauorm. ' i.et vie
nominees git on tbe platform, and
then we think von will ro longer hear
the now general complaint that tbe
"Legislative ticket seems to lai."
MR. ZACiT. TAfLOB '
Correal an Frror Ss the appeal s
Krpoil or Ilia taerrvsiio "
Mr. Zach Taylor's ehort speech at
Kerrvllle yeeterday was no dotbt in
correctly reported. Indeed, he waei
made to say tne enure Tevtrae 01 wnav
he real v did say. We take pleasure
in repairing the injustice our reporter
did him by giving nui cam oeiow.
The following is Mr. Taylor's speooh
as inoorrectly leported:
V .m.aivn tll.l.SI ClTIIlSH TWO VBArS
ago the psople of this district noailnaud me
to look alter their In tore, U in ConirefS, and
a lew days since my party ratified that
k.i.. Th. neoola of lbs orunlrV ia net
expect that we sua m;g aewn mw vua
ot rlie post. The eld stale charges against
tbe leadors 01 tne m,iiu iiaru ss
ill. L....1.J .t tha ballot box time an
man mm, i. - - , . , - ,
again. I am not, and never nave be. a 1 'sett
never will be, in favor of the Blair W). Ml,
eompoMorsars 11 be eao take nothing ftet-
4.- K ail, I . I L Ml II . UHUWtT
- i,.n. nf hnari ainaa his nomina-
fi Mr T.lor want an to epeak of hla ob
lent Ions to tbe Blair Dill, andeonoLuaea with
a snort sermon
To the Edilersof the Appeal 1
Tha ahove report ol any speech at
Kerrville yesterday is so flagrantly in
i.et that it is imnoasible to Undor-
atanrl hnw it could bttve been made,
ti. makea me state that am not,
and never have been, and .never will
ns. in lavur ui win 11 nu -----
' ... ,1,- nn. .
proposition was smibu mo h""
tinn nf mv 1-MT1 tlBt , tOr bof0r6 hlB DOul'
VIVU W- J " I - ,
Ination. I cuve always oeen, aim aiu
now, and always will be, In favor of
that measure, and have so uniformly
AvnyaiiBi H III vbuII on nil occss one,
J ft. A
Ihealiive reporsKuta lumm snu
"My thesis, which, by an historical study
of this warfsre, 1 expect to develop, is tha
lollowing: In nit mndrrn hiHttry, titSsrcrsnce
witk ,i-i' ia the vppoc(i ,'alrcsl ofrligiont
no mttttrr how c'oiwe.Viifiims tticA inirrfrH'4
wnu hnori tWn, A rmnUeii in (Ac tl'irrsl reit
btith to rtliaum ami toarirnee and ,'nimrviiy.
vtii'l". oh th olhfrhandt nil untrnmmrUti ru n
ttfio iNt-.(iVriiofi, no mattrr Aw (fanfero. to
religion "mc oj its effitf -s mriv htm rrmfitfor
I riiNf, ft, Ac, Art immrialtly rmuHfti in the
hiohr-t p.wiii of rflioionnnti of 'tV0. 1 Say
Invariahlyt mean exactly that. It is a
rule lo which history shows not oneetcep
lion." Andrew Dickson White, L.L.D.,
President of Cornell Universily, LSt. The
Wicrfiire n" hit .
To the Editors ol tine Appeal:
Please kIvo th above space in your
columns. The lit'le bo-ik H'iware (
Mtnce from which tho extni-t is
taken, wus dfilicititrd Hy its ou'hor,
"To Henry Will ami 8. go, of Bnx klvn,
IN. Y. A Christian man, who has
proved that lie wA'cnieB all truth,
and fears rone."
Tho autlu r infornui us Hint "In its
earlier abridued form bis address was
liven as a I'll Heta Ki ppa oVatlon at
Ilronn University, and as n licture, at
New York, Boston, Nen' Haven, Ann
Arbor aud ojsowhere."
Tho book Is an cxcsll -nt confirma
tion from an ouis'dert't two funda
mental prir.cip'ea imbfi'decV In our
Coti"tiii of 1'milh. Co. apler xxai,
paragraph in: "All synods or ct un
tils Bitice tho Apca'les timi t, whether
general or psnicslar, raa y err, and
many have eired: therefor tl cy ere
not to be made t'ne rule of 'nith or
piactice, hut to be used a I clp in
both." Paragraph lv: "Ay.nnls and
councils are to handle c.r conclude
nohlng, but thai which i ecclesias
If the Southern PresbyterrtanChuiob.
liad been loyal to tbej const tu ional
principles she would never have
drifted to the sbo, upon wh't h she is
now stranded-pub liftv avowed oppo
sition to the hypothecs of evolution.
If her members 1 'ere all true and
loyal to these oiganl 0 princlplcM they
would not now te xaMiiting to the
world the shameful s p sotacle of those
who make the delivoi s owe of "synod
snd councils the rul e ( their faith
II there be truth i n ur. vrnivee'
book, and in these p rftmiples ol our
confession, then the 1 ct that the Gen
eral Assembly of 188 -ft has dee'ered
evolution to be repugni to the Word
of God furniabes prima uet presump
tion that evolution is tr u. And every
presbytery and synod that indorses
that General Assembly i ini this partic
ular only adds strecglii vor mat pro-
sumption. JAMil I U MABTIN.
Mlnter Paiker and wit e to Sarah O.
Garrott, lot 40, of John 1 'rig s subdi
vision, Lucy avenue, bets sown Orleans
and La Ko e streets, 144a 30 foet, for
tbe sum of $1000.
A charter, s'v ud M ner al Uity Min
ing and Ojncentrating Co mpany lor
the purpose of mining lor gold, silver,
copper, lead, sine, mica, iron, coai,
sulphur and otner ores anc 1 minerals,
including quarrying for I ilate, ocher
paints, clays, limestones ai id marble;
also, for sinking shaltsani 1 boring for
botro eum. rock oil, sail water ana
Other valuable liquids-by tl e follow
ing IncirporatOM: W. 1. Atrington,
In .n M. Farrli g'on. A. E. Kennedy,
Walter Goodman, J. D. Rn ntlall, capi
tal Btoik not s'ated, was tl ed in the
Register's 1 lllce yi-sterdny.
of 1873, under which the Ecinilable Layethht "Mr. Taylor wntnn ito speak
was incorpora'ed, gave them the rigtit
to an far tha ritv and lav their IV Pe.
While Judge Walker did notssyne
agreed w.th this opinion, he was ap
parently disinclined 10 intimate vuai,
he did not agree sun ir, pus ui
what Jinlffo Walker did sav. the re
porter gathered that the Equitable
miiht urntiati v enurco its rig'it iu
lav DiDes. snbi'ct to such regulations
as the Taxing District, in its exerrise
nf no re noaer. mlullt impose, uiib
thing was manifest. Tne Legislative
Council were not hankering alter any
mora enntrrcts with the old company,
and not particularly favorable to the
naar nmn tnv. Tt era was a general
leaning, however, in the direction of
oiatio lioliilno-. which mav take dtfi-
nita shuns bblore- many woehs roll
I.st ten' Fur Trim is. taiga
For Dresses, Cloaks and H aclts. You
Will save money by exans in ing these
giodaand comparing my prices with
other establishments. I ai n introduc-
r . . .1 .1 . . : . 1
ing these goons tor tue on ,v jiuc, auu
Will sell them Cheap 11 1 pes meut
1 Also La Ies' Fnrs ol all kuxls, Muus, .
St ills, Capes and Caps in al kinds ot
Fur. tall ano s"e ttiem.
1 1 uniTiu frill IT N H.M.n.tle.
211 I Muln street.
t'lrenlt Con.rt-F.etos, Judge.
Motion day today,
A judgment against Gus Ashsr for
$097 80 waa tendered in favor of Mayer
Bros. & Co.
Chancery Conn Etfett, Judge.
The call of motions will be con
nf Lie nl.iec!ion to the Blair bill, etc
I criilul.ed the or.ieciiins 01 my un
nt merely. I.dd nots'ato my
oiiinriiors to it. btcu'e I have not
1 . 1
nnm Dtin tISVHr IIHVV Haul any uirjcv.
tinna td tli at measure, but am moat
heartily in Uvor ol It. nncn recaiees
care'csnesB In a report 1 bavenevtr
seen beiore. Very rTw';tfllv,
afsAl'll. l r 1 LVI
A DruKglNt'si Ntory.
Mr. Isaac U. Chapman, drnggiut,
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
i. hn naat ten years sold several
gross of lit. William Hairs Baleamfor
the Lungs. I can Bay ol it what I
cannot say of any ether medicine, I
have never heard a customer spoak of
:t v..,t in iiralee its virtues in the high
est-manner. 1 1 ave recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with me nappien euoyw.
have used 11 m my uwu nmuj iur
many years; in fact, always have a
I rattle in the medicine closet ready lea
' . ,. Mm 1 ;
This powdef never vnres. A marvel ot
purity, strength ant wha'e?nmenes. Morj
econoMilcnl than the onl-nary .kinds, aau
oannot be sold in competition ;th the mui
tttuda of low tost, shart wetoht alum or
uhti'iphata powdors. S' i.d osty ix taS.
ROYAL BAKlN'l POnDKH CO..
lis". WVlstreetj New York. m
Alia l.'puir'i-nt Notice.
wn av,-Iii tha Cksncsry Court ol F.helbf
Tenn. Jtarlin Uilli
n vs. John H.
.npliwllko Oaaent... , '
rituPARB tOBs FLOODS. 1
ITnnndat ops. cellar wal'S and build
ings subject to over ffow should be cm
etincted withLonlBTlUeOemtOt, JtU
wmutns et ai. c. . ..(M,
dcfntidsjls, Morgan Wil-
Wi I sra nwwn
(Auna tnu tne
bams, wiiio o.
heir' V ""ate; h.ercl,,. a. to. Court-Hous;
bt hhelby ooauty.
ni are oat to be found In his county,
tl.er.lir., ord,i.d. That they maU
, in .w.uiphis.Tenn., on or
j.... ..in N ivaniDer. 10-.'.
RVaW' X iar ol Oetober. 1S.
F A 'TrimWFLL. Clerk aai Master.
' By T. B. Caldwell. D. 0- and
A Wariaasr, bolt, tot corl