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THE MEYER MURDER CASE
ADDITIONAL TESTIMONY TIKES
leidlir to Proye That Mr. Mejer
and Hex ( hlldran Retimed
Hone From Jackson.
THE PBISOSEB R ADS A WRIT
It-gamut Brfna by Attoraej-Gen-cral
Pten aad Jutfgre Douglasa
Adjournment of Court
The trial of the Meyer case waa re
lumed yea! erday. The courtroom waa
crowded, every available teat being
occupied in anticipation ot the fact
that the a'ganaenta of couniel would
begin during the day.
CoaaeladlBBf lb Evldnac.
The State recalled Mm. Odell, who
Untitled ta f jllowa: There is no furni
ture in the hall opposite my bedroom
door, from where I raw Meyer
and wife wben they went into their
room MonJay nifiM Tbe furni
ture in the ball law'Bt of my door,
and in the rear end of the ball. I ob
served Meyer and bis wife from tbe
door of my eaat, or bedroim. 1 never
saw Meyer gi down etairs after he
wont into hia room. I ht ard no ene
go down stairs. After the door had
been clostd suae ene opened it and
picked something np and tben closed
Crott Exmmiiud by DefendaiU.Ats
you not atar sigbttd, and da you not
see badly; in fact, are your eyes not
"I am not near sighted. My eyes at
times mar be a little weak, but I ste
Gen. Tumor When we ware np In
the hall nigbt before last making ex
periments aa to whether a person in
front of your door could look east
down tbe hall a -d see a parson un
locking Meyer'a door by the light of a
match, did not your daughter Maud,
by your direction, ahow where you
stood and aiy to a gentleman, "Ma
stood here wtien ahe saw Meyer and
wife enter their room?"
"Ke, I did not tell Maud ta stand
anywhere, nor did I ever show her
where 1 stood; but I did tell bar sev
eral times where I stood."
"Did you not a'and in your door
while tbis experiment was being
"I did not."
' "Did you not ro to your door and
call Maud and tell her to come in the
"I called her, but did not come to
the door. 1 was in my kitchen getting
"Don't you know when you catted
Mand yoa were in your extreme east
room and that you nave no room east
of the room yon called her Into? '
"Nr, I do not know thip, nor you
either, for it is not the fact, and my
bod-roam ia east of the door where
yon all made the experiment."
Mr. B. P. Rhaon waa next exam
iaed, who tt stifled: I am a railroad
man. On tbe nlgbtol Hopterabur Otb
I came from Ripley, Mies., to Mem
phis. I remember dia'inctly to have
gone to M'Bvsiippt on r nuay, orpiom
bar 3d, and t' at I returned on Mon
day night, tbe Otb, by way ol Qrand
Junction, over tbe Charleston road.
I boarded tbe train at Urand Junction.
I came down in tbe sleeper, and was
convening iih several eentlemflO on
the war. The t-aln was over an hour
late get irg ti Memphis, which made
it after 11 o'clock. I not off the train
and tot k a r treet carat Jefferson street.
I most pofiilvuly remember that on
thisa'rfet car waa a lady and two little
girls, and ' taat they had some bird
cages; that when tbe car got to either
Third or Second street, I don't remem
ber whUh, they got off, taking the
bird cam a. A co'ored man also got
off. lie wa a tall mnlatto man, I do
not know wbat became ot theih
alter they got off the car. No white
man r.;t t0. This left one other man
and mvseif on tbe cur. The man re
maining on the car with me bad a
sandy rnu tack. Tlie.se were h tii
paaaengnia on iho car from the oVp t.
Cron Examined. Tho train was ov'r
an hour late. I am po itive tbat lit e
Carrie Moyor, ulioiu I now see, wvs
one of ttie li tie air's. 1 did not tee
Meyer. I nmnota qualnted wIlhLiuo
or his family. rueiug him now, I br
aert he was n t on the street car. lie
could not have been there without my
seeing him. I pa d no attention to
anybody on the railioad cars. There
were ((nite a nam! e: of people got
on at Giaoti Junction. There must
Lavo been fifty or sixty people on the
platfoim there. My attention waj at
tracted to the lady and two little girle
on the s rei.t or by the bird cages and
by them laughing and talking,
sticking tbeir heads cut of the car
window m if trting to see where to
got off. I don't know whither tbe
jifRr i took tbe biid cages or not. I
think it most be a quarter ot a mile
from Second e reet to Charleston de
pot. The fitato here asked the privilega
o! introdiicirg testimony aa to the
Kocdthi nc or of Mr. J.J. Dunnavant,
as tbp il'. feusa had by indirection at
tacked bin ch tracer for lionet ty.
truth mid i.pr'ghtntsi by aeklrg cer
tain wit. .emus quetions as ta whether
or n I ttie p'O ecu Ion had bought teg
tiinMiy and b ibed witueisea. The
Cour; rul d tbny might introduoe
this t- hti'ijony.
Mr. J..L (j odioe and 0. if. Ruin',
tbo to mnr ao a t tinny ard ttie latter
cneh r i,I it e M - cau i e Bank, te.ti
fied tu the od charaoter of Mr. J. J.
Duuuav.-.n , br Utr of deciua and
pros.cjtr in t ie ci-m. Mr. O. W.
fi b -t, ur n u e doilur, and E. A
K 'tliiti', ijg v at i h Mw. Margartt
Uiuy, Wf ii tr .-.liueJ by the S.ata,
wlio tp-tilioi tj ihj good character ol
Mr Od tl
1 b H it then introduced the Chli f
I li I e , W. 0. DdV s, who teattlied :
At the leqieu of Siute's couneel, I
ei.t w th e vnr: 1 Kiinleiuon u glit
before a.'t Ki-.it m do experinienla in
tlnhi.ilwi v a No. Second atrret. I
Went bm k o the rear of tbe hall op
pcfit:) Mie. Outl'b dnor while Mr.
ileJrick imi d ut .Veyei'a door at if in
the fttiudi it unlock it. lledrhk
t ruck p m r h at d I tou'd pla nly s?e
him i n l run pu ae h e features. 1
cou'd leioju te a prison a. t!ie heal
i t ttiu it' p- i t thr.t ud of the hu'l
hythe nut h I g it. 1 then cl anued
j-o !i'"i'r, I tin. inir at Meyer's djcr
and Mr. Hudrck taking the p union
ia tro:t I ilr. OdeU'a door. I
S'.ru k i eve al matches one at a time
s:aiiding i.r ttie ordinary distnn e a
person won d ttn d to unlcca it. A
person niutit i-und so close up to tbe
door on pu pose is to prevent aLyone
from se-.ii u t em in tbe hallway at
Mrs. OJeli'a d. or. There ia no (urni
tnre in fro tit oi Mrs. OJeli'a &: tdoor.
There Via acmethlng like-furniture
mled la- the west end of the ball.
Mr. W. 0. Uedriek, of tbe police
force, was f ut npon the stand, and
testified to tbe same facta aa
were teetiued to by "Chief Davis.
Btttinc he could see nlainlv a person
t ' tbe poi ion named, and could
reauiiy recosiiisj any one lie anew.
Ue etated, aa be left the witness
stand, tbat be was in no manner in
terested in the cue either with the
one side or the o her.
;Mr. A. J. Murray, a civil engineer,
was tben introdaccd by tbe 8(a e. He
aid be had been employed to draw a
diagram ef the hall and make obaer-
vationetaera witiii bis inatramen'a
He nrcBented the dierram, and said
Hetuna- his Inrtrameat one foot (rim
Meyxra door atd his line of aieht
etrucK me nortn wan neyono narv.
OdeU'a caut room door; that a peraen
Btandirn at the north wall, opposite
y.it. Jell's east room door, oium
easily observe a person one foot from
Meyera doer: v sat line ot owerva
tien from the north wall, opposite
Mrs. Odell'e door, wonld strike the
facing of Meyer'a room door, as shown
on tbe rareraia.
Mr. J. J. Dunnavant being called
re d be bad never in aav way. snaps
or manner oflered, or authonzsd any
one else to oiler, anvtninr to any wit
new to testily in the caee. Tbat he did
not know Mrs. O'Dell or any of the
witoesces from ZZ7 Second street, and
did not ece them until p a"ei on the
witness Hand. That he and deceased
lived in adjoining bonus, and be
knew tan bis brother a aid at noma
very oloeely at nigh'. That on Mon
day night be sjui stunts attended a
mechanics' a-83ciation to which he
belonged. That he had also several
nights met a committee ol the First
Baptist Church in regard to building
lecture room, wnlcu they bad con
The Ktate then offarod to prove the
good oharccter cf tbe deceased, which
ibe Court ruled out.
Thia ended the evidence in the case,
Ooursal lor the defendant then offered
tbat he be allowed to make a state
ment to the fury.
Judge Duboae tben said as there
wea no tietimony by an eye witceas
tithe killing be would permit ae
fendant to make a statement to the
jury, but that it could not be consid
ered as evidence.
Tbe prisoner then took the stand
and, in a monotonous tone, read tba
following atatemni t irom manuscript:
While I wai worklns at Nnhrill. I r
oaivMi a lotter atalint "that injuria weat
bur ridini with a frieJ i youra; ha
trtnUd her U ohampmia Mil br, gut her
drunk, and whan at home tak bar aad
th rowed hnrdowa aa tbe Suori abaatraaglad
a littln luallfi aigaad nuooroly roar ineed,
N. N." 1 paid aa atieatiaa U that 1 thought
aothiaf vt It only aoina J oui aaeaiy,
perbua. Whan I cut duaa f went to Jsok-
rn.Toan.. to frsaoo two ohorohei. When
wm thare a work or aa I raosired anatber
lattaraayins mf wife waa untrue to me; look
aut aad watob, yoar friead, N. N. Xhil one
made aia think, and wrote to her to come
to ma in Jaokaon- We lired haauy, but it
botherd my miad a great deal.and 1 thought
rireral tiinea of apaakina te her about it, but
over diil. The wore 1 thought ol it the
worae f fe t. Tbe main thought i of
my ohlldreo. If it waa true I nitled
then. I wai afraid to believe it, but I
must And out aad be aure. I never aid any
thing about it to her. but made ui iny mind
to Cad out. I bad preepeote for work in Ht.
Louii. 1 told ber probably I might go to St.
Louia when I got dona with my work at
Jaoki m. I told her I would go to Urai.d
Junotlon with her ae an eioort, and by that
time t would inke up my mind whether I
would go to Ht. Louia or not. VV hnn we got
tbaie I told her that I would go to ht. Lnuia.
We took tapper at an off hotel bunaune it wai
eauoh oheaper thaa at the railroad hotel.
We waited late at Urand Junoiion for the
lfln.kiit whim It uia I kilred ihem all
goodbye, fve tar wife the ticketi, and we
lnrlid, Mr heart gave way to aad feelinaa
when the traia took my two darling! off.
Ceuld that woman be lalreT tibo hd been
fuoh a goed woraaa to me alweyi. But wbr
thona lettaraT Tiiere might be aomething in
t. I walked up and down the railroad
allnljibl. vt Bea aayiight oame 1 walked on.
Idon't know which way. i nude up my
mind to be a tramp, take aketohea, eti. I
walard in Ibe woode. I remember making a
renoil lot oh. 1 den't retuainlier much after
lint, but only thought of being a traiup and
of my dear children What will become of
tbeae twe little darlings If 1 hare no way to
eapreia my feelinga. I djn't knew how
long i tratnoed aroun4, but I made ao my
miad toga heme and aee for myaelf and be
aure. Ido.i't remember when I got en the
train, nor did I oare to think, but 1 cot to
Meuphia t nightenyway. I reached home
aad ererytliiag a auiet In the houe. I
went aiulatra very eaiy. I eipectd 1 had
tekaook al the door and watqh the other
door, but te) my aarprie I found the front
roera door ope e aobut one-half inch er io. I
went te it, I I atoned, 1 heard nothing
but the breathing of my children, aa
1 - thou, lit. I plied the door open,
went in. looked at the pa'ler bad ; did Bet eee
any ene but my wile on it aeleep. 1 itoort
awhile to think; Could nhc ba untrue te me?
Could ahe deairoy my children'! hornet (
detrrmiaed te wateh her the neat sight. I
ejt down la clenr my uiad. but the more I
lUlit nhoui it the more dity my head got.
I folt ihirety. I looked lor a btteket to got
eiaebeer. t mimd the ice boa aad aaw
t ie atora la tta plane. I went Into the
(Met where the e oking veiiaele were, got
the iiuoket and wrnt after beer. I oaiae
homo, aaw avcrytbiag waa the lame, went
Into the olorat and drauk it. I fe.t better. I
ptaoul iho backol Juit where I
got it, put off my abon, went after writing
paper in my deik and look). I can't Bay
why I to k the bnaka; found anine old rH,
oloihing, bed clothing, eto. I apread theia
out and laid down. 1 went out into tao front
room agaiB, fuund aome broad, and ngaia
weutin, laid down, aut my brnetf and drop
ped oil to elaep. 1 he beir done ma good. I
woke upjuet aiitwaa g tting light 1 wrote
a letter t i her, dit.'il it St. boula, cto.t
told hoc I wjuIiI not be home very
aoon, tlo. I (lobbed the atauip and
envelope with a cork uoiatened . with
Ink, went aut, put it where we uaed to get
our lotlera, and went hack to the olimet
KRin. 1 heard them getting up, I thought,
very late, hutoh, when 1 keatd the aweet
voicea el aiy darlinia it loomed I ke akniie
going through my heart, but I dotermiaed
U watoh her if Ibeaet diloevered.and wait
ed a" loni aa I could hold out. t Ihnuaht,
OU. how happy they are. 1 eould hardly
Itay in the cltiaot: and munt my children,
my Innocent children, offer for her wrong,
which they will aurelr Had oat In tho future
It it ia true. Hut the morning puned off.
In the murnlag when I win writing nboutthe
fooling a father and children muit have
whoa a weinan liarduo d. eto., I heard foot
atoi a cotnina uintairj and ia my parlor ai
faintliaraa the owner of theronmi, without
knocking. A f.ielmc ru-lunl over me I can't
dtacribe. Kvervthing rcmned to whirl of a
euddeu. Could ahe I'o doing wmng? Ood
lil maandTiny dear clii d'onl lorept
into the wardrobe. 1 waa aalon
iahed te are my friend Dunnavant.
Ilewai aitting on a chair. 1 aaw him fi-et
her Irg, Ihnu get up and ulnae the door He
'U hia arml around n- anil th ew her back
on tbo bed. hhe ictiflled. He got Ilia knee
between ber leg! a d put hia haniia lo I ia
patilH. I could not roo any more, ljuniped
outanda-id: "Huldon tterol" He lumped
from the bed and ran towArl ire. i raired
the pUtnl and 'an liackwnd, whon the pia
tol went off He got hold of nie, grnlile i
the piitol out of my hand and we aoallliid.
1 tore looae ' n I ran to the SI it'on Homo to
five mvei If up. 1 1 ha would not run to mo
would h ;ve nl.l: "Mvhome ia diagraccd
bv vru. You took tho honor away Irom it.
Take it all, only give me enough money to
pay the fir lr my children to Cairo, and
I'll leave it all If ion want the wretched
womaa, take her. keep my furniture, my
onan. my piciurei-evorylhirg, only lot
in" talie my children from t hia town."
I fee' that 1 did my duly to my children,
nml what'vrry man wnald have done tbat
lovei hia lionie. 'J oe idea that I wanted
uioooy for the price of my wi'e'i honor and
my own la too horrible to ment ca. Toieil
the honor ol my little darling-? Where li
there in ney enough tor that? lalwnvadid
make a good li.iag (or them and oould do it
yd nlurd'r ia a ho-ror to me, and po
money onuld Induce me t i commit one I
thnuulil only nf any children, who for llieir
whole life would feci tbe aorrowa that man
lironnht on them. Wlut can wipe out that
atain? Is it o-oney? No, inde'd.
11 11. MEYER.
Funday, September 19, 18j.
Meyer rad his s'Atnnent in a plain
and autl ble voire, hut wiih a tremor
lair. biokediwn while refxrrlrg
to tho iirtlns harge that he meant ti
blackmail Dunnavant, end the devas
tation of his homo and childrene' hap
pltitsf, but rfcovirud and road hia
name in a cb ar voicn.
Attorney General lVters opened for
the 8 a'e, and waa followed by Jud(s
Donglaw (or the defenae.
Tomorrow Mr, Ryan will apeak (or
MEMPHIS DAILY . APPEAL-SUNDAY, OOTOBEK 24. 1886.
1h State, Oen. Turner and Ool Gantt
for the defens, when Gen. Wriaht
will close for tba prowcution. The
enure ay tomorrow will be consumed
ta argument to the jury.
LE1T1I LIBEBAL CLUB.
WOH alia ABSKXIE.
Aeltra lay the Karl ar Aber4cai
Llbftraala M net Heal the Brblana
la) Their Kaaiata.
Lokdow, October 23 The L?ith Lib
eral Uiub waa onened veateidav. Mr
Gladstone aeLt an 1 apology for his ab
sence and hearty good i-hes for the
auasess ot tbe cmo. addinc: "Your
club waa formed during an epoch cf a
aanserona cbtsm, wbicb every good
Liberal must ries're te heal. It ia the
object of tbe Tories t J keen tbe dis
seuaion alive by postponing the ques
tion npon which it atoss. I rtjoice to
aee Lord Monck, a diasenting L baral,
auggesting a reapproachment. I hope
tie wl l continue his patriofc labors."
The Earl of Aberdeen delivered an
earnest addrea. Inthecenreeof which
be asked his countrymen to consider
wneiuer ioe time bas not come to
ehiw thnt our policy toward often
aaddf ned Ireland ia one of peace, ap
pealing to the beet aide of human na
tnre. Away, he eeid. with the noticn
that that puicy is a base surrender to
violence flo. It is a nolii v.no mat
tcr which party carries it, which Is in
accord with the best instincts of tbe
traditions of LI ber a! if m. Lird Kose-
berry, in an apology for his absence.
wrote: "For the present we are in the
b tck wafr of tbe torrent (if 0"s-ion
which has raged the g et t-r part of
toe year, we bave no poucy to op
pose. The govt romeni'e dt-alirgwi h
Lieign affairs aill be guid d by facta
of which we wtve unawa'e, but if
they nee Briliah iLrlutn;e in
support of liberty and order
in the Balkaos, firmly main
lain the neutrality of the New
Hebiidct), and while enpportirg the
rights of tbe North Amniioan colonies
aim at an amicable sett ement of the
fieLery dispute, tbey will receive tbe
support of all of their csuntrymeo.
Their Irish policy is i t 11 undeveloped.
Ths Li herald therrfore must end av r
to heal tbe rchiira ia their ranks. I
fear the leaders will be able ti do lit
tle in this di rent inn, but I have un
limited faith ia the rank and file. If
duriug tbe winter they ee' themselves
to disease, without paisi n or prt ia-
dice, the ou snon dividing cs, they
may solve difficulties that appear more
formidable thin they really are. We
can do nothing witbout the United
Mates, and tbey ran do nothing with
out os. Both sections will incur a great
responsibility if tbey eliow tbe tarty
ti be permanently broken tip without
making an off' rt n prevent it."
A TEBY OLD CHESTNUT
BROV8HT FORWARD WITH A
Aad Bcvlved Laaag; Afler the Death
f tbe Blatnmaa Moat Prom
Naw Yoaar. October 23 Tbe Hail
and Exprtn Bays: Coniitdorabla talk
waa canned today by tbe dispatch from
LouUvllle ats'irg ttiat tho private pa
pers of the late Jacob Thompson were
about to be published, and that tbey
would give some startling facts regard
ing the part taken in the plot to free
O ii federate prisoners daring the war
bf Western eympnt biz 4ra at the North,
some uf whom are holding office at the
preent t'rae. It was Laind by a
Mail and Exprm rei ortr thht Mr. A.
11. Hart, cf this city, has ImDortant
documents in bis poaee tion bearing
on tbis subject. Among the e are
sworn accounts of mee'inta held by
Thompson and other coi splrators by
persona wbo were preset. t, and in ona
of thess arcoants the t ame ot a man
now a prominent Federal iffier in
OntcaRO and ol a man who is a prom
inent city olhoial thme are men
tioned. At tbis meeting Thompson
waa beard to toll of the fui ures cf
his end other plot) to orlpple the
N Jith and to say the inauguration cf
rlnta and the emplovment of men to
engage in tin m cost tbe Confederacy
$)tX),tK)0. Thompson IS) said that
they bad nndeitiken 'to releare ptia
oneis from all the Northern prisons,
hat purchased arms and emnnled
them to their "friends" ttiflicient to
have armed all the prisoners, and that
"this was all tbat was wanting, our
mentis JNortb elated. Ihumpson
nlao told that wben the time came,
which was the lart light before the
Presidential election, at Caran Gbase
the effort was toi fueble ta be recog
nised, and at ChicBgo, where he had
been "awured the prisoners would be
released and the o ty burned and de
Btroved," only little was done before
tbe leaders were arrested.
PLUMBIKO, HAS AND 8TEAM-
F1TT1K0 AJi SUPPLIES.
J. W. Z. Browaaet, Na. 894 Breond
The already lares and conUntlv
increasins dimandicr thoroouh and
eaoitary plumbing has mc-asitated
the carrying of larpe stocks ol
aupp'ies in the latest and moat ap
proved styles of bith tubs, waeb
stande, water clcafts, traps; coik,
vaivee, etc , ss well as the employ
ment of a large force of the most
skilled and reliable wotkinen, in order
to exocu'e promptly tl a orders for this
woik, anu-HrowDe, the number," it
prept red to fully anoD v tlie wanta oi
the city and snrrouuding cuintry. It
Sen it neceisaty, or even protlUble, ta
KO elaewhete f ir plumbii'g wo-k, or
for the lines in which Biowne is en
g'ged that is tho fnrniehiiiK of gas
end eteim pipes, cock, valves, inspi
rators, steam pumps, fl tirgs and en
vine trimmings fur tbe country and
city trade wh ch is carried in large
quantities end all sites, from eix inch
pipe and fittmss down 10 the
nnalLet axes, and in order to
il l the orders Ol the iohbins trade
as well as mi. la and lua oites prompt y
and in the hist minner, Mr. B owne
has ricently added ate am power in
his eetabl'rihment with capacity for
cutting and threading pipes from the
amalliet tisa np to aid including
eight inches in diameter, which is
(quel to tbe capacity of any house in
ttie west or r-ouiti.
In tiie gas fixture line the la'gest
stock and moet varied atdt-ction of
neweet deslgis are to be fi und here,
and at pneea as low as in the Eteti rn
n arke's. It may he proper to aay
bote that this horse is now the oldest
a 'id mot BUi'Cfsful In this line in ihe
city of Mtuiphis, and it s. ill prove to
tne intereei of all to place their orders
with J. W. X. Browne, 254 Secoud
Tm Herbal Ohlll Uure, the beet
tontoaad antl-perlodio known. A eartaia
and anraeara for ehilla. Prioetl ear bot
tle. Bead atatnpa for etrenlari. Any ref-
Iresoa gixea. Addreei Jeha 0. Kaeker,
MEUPillS JOCKEY CLUB'S
PaXOfiBAXXl FOB A WEEK OF
Names ef the Horses Now on the
Gronad and Those ti Come
Kotei of the Turf.
Tbe New Memphis Jockey Club
bave completed ell their arrangements
for tbe fall race meeting, which com'
mencee nest Tuesday. There are a
great many ho a -a at the track now,
and mi-ay others will arrive within
the next twenty-lour hours. That
Meaaphia ia to become a popular win
ter retort f .r the Lorjea ia vary plaio.
Ah ot one-half of those "partuiphting
in next week's programme will winter
here. Sdveral of the trainers said
yesterday to a representative of the
Appeal tbat Memphis is the beat
point they know of for winter quar
ters, the weather not being too eeven,
the ground high and dry, and the op
certunities for exercise and training
neiag better than at any point North.
The roads from tbe city to tbe grounds
are now ia excellent condition, baying
been ree n'ly graveled and graded.
These who bave horses and veh'cles
of their own cannot fiod better drives
than on tbe roads between the city
snd tbe grounds. Considerable im
provement hea been made since the
epring mteting, a number of tbe eta
bits having eheda added, giving more
room far ttie hoises when tbe weather
is too b id for exercise on the track.
t he clnb baa d ue all that ia prsa!
ble to be done to make the club
gtoucda attractive. Its purees are
large, and its accommodations are
firs: class. There will b9 plenty of
horse?. Let each ot our citizens aik
hirasnlf it be ciinot take eulHaient re-
ctss fro n bmioess to a' tend the races,
and whenever employers can spare
the attaches of their houses a few
hours they should ba permitted to
lake the pleasant little trip to the rac
CaMmctat-l'i Fred Woolly, Dawn
of Day, Rico, Ddhro. Dawn of Day and
Wool y imve been winners this seaso'i.
Sam Brown't. bloat, Katie A., both
John Davit't. Gray Cloud. Monarch.
Hopedale. H pedale and Gray Cloud
John Qraver'$. Aurehan, Hop Singr,
Pioneer. Aure.iau is the only winner
in the lot.
Muy'i Roger Eastman, Slocum.
Both have been "iff," but are now
Vick bhea $. Ascoii, Judge iiurnett,
Wealhtrfordt raragnn, Twilight.
. B Gray & Co.'t. E.nma Manly,
Dyer, Wicklow, eovtral two year olds,
L. R. Kelcham'i. Boomerang, Fea-
tna, Luatis, Faster, Emma Kennedy,
Maiy i'aine, ite. Three ol tnese
have been wmmrs.
H iUiomon'$ Union Jack, Tzura.
Wm. Mulkey't War Sisn, Tony Pas
tor, Jim Nave, Hornpipe, Bieakdown,
Virginia. Four uf tbesa were win-
Wm B'ady't. C'onee.
Hike Welih'i.Vo eano, Hattie Car-
litle. H.t le witu er.
Armstrong $. Eflie II.
Ed Vrrwan'i There are thirteen
yearlings in this stable, six Loogfel
lows and several King Bans; Jennie
Treicy Hindi and (Jury are lu-nad out.
8 eve Jerome was to run, bat he is
now si k.
0. M. Ru Warrentin, Bixby.
Slichaway.ciul. Z b Ward, Will Lyons,
Little Kick, lAie Urow. Warren t?n
ia the only oae of these Arkanaaa
travelers that n,aa been a winner.
Pal Corrigan'i.t'ree Kn ght, II za
rae, Oubau Q teen, Jessie B. All win
ners x -ppt Jessie B.
CamubM it Fenton . Jim Gray,
Punke, Ligan, Lalit e, Little Joe, Ber
lin, Lttga't, Elitie 1! , Henrietta, Lucy
Lewis. Nearly all of these have been
BracktU t Nina B , Barbary. Leroy,
Peacot k, Cap. Hamner, Willie Martin,
The Li Masney stable, with ten
horrpg, eever-il of the ttrst class; D. T.
Puis, fer, e gut ; Brannon Brs., ten;
Peer Winare, tiv; T. H.Stephens
lid V. 11 U no' a i, eich with several
hornew, left Lexingt' n li st n'ebt, and
should be at the t a k to-lay.
The. Wasbbcrn hns snrured (he
saloon privilege". It could not bave
fallen to batter hands.
Willie Mabtin end Belle Bracke tt
are not likely to t-tart here. Leioy is
the best of the Bnckett let.
Jennie Tbacy. at the beginning of
the s anon one of the best ot two year
clde, has had enough, and ia now in
Siuth Haebis is growing tired of
trotters. Ue says severe! boys wbo
us.'d t J rub hcrees for him at $20 p jr
month are now nuking big money
with the runners, while he is barely
making a living with the trotters.
On Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
the races will be pretedd bt a I i
hunt, and three real live rd fx-e
have been rpecial!y imported fr m
New Hampatiire fur the occasrn.
This Will doubtless prove au attract. on
that few can w.tha ai d.
Jim Gbat is eon i.lered the best
horse at the track. His owneis had
con.-luiied not to iua him anymore
this season, but it i-i now thought he
may gn in the Poab'dr Hot 1 haudi
cap. He haa woa for hi new owners
seven rates, ne.ting $13,000.
Qr.AT & Co.'s stahlp, when here in
spring, had a vral good ons Jim
Gray, Luca", Fas'er and Wicklow.
1 lie ihrje first acre soli), and tbe last
h s g iue wrong. Mr. Uray now haa
nunit er of yearling, some ot which
be is likely to train into good race
DIl. D. 8.
No. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Between Mala aad Froat.) MHMPH1S.
DR. JOHNSON la acknowledged by all par
tiei iutereated aa by far the moet ino
oeaiful phjaioian in thetreatnentof private
or aeoret diaeaeea. Qnirli, peimanent earea
gnaranted in every oaae, male or female.
Keoent caeei of (ronorraea and Byphilif
oured in a f w dayi withoat the uea of mer
eurv, ehange of diet or hindrance from
buslneaa. Secondary Syi kilia, thelaxtvee
titro eradicated witbo-mhe nie of mercury.
Involunanry loll of emen ltiiiped in ihort a
time. tSofTereri from imiietencyor Ion o
eeiual li'iwera reatore to tree vigor in a few
weoka. Victimi of aelt-abuae and exoeiaive
venery, inffering from aierniatorrhea nd
lux ul phyaical and mental anwer, aiieedily
and panuanently eared. Particular atton
tins paid to the Hiaee of Women, and
etree guaranteed. Pi'ea and old lorea ouied
without the use of aauitic or the knife. All
eonaaltat ona itrtctly ootHdeatiel. Medi
cinaa lent by eayieal to all part of the
exrVVorklniDiea enred at half the aia
ratei. Oflicenoara from S o'e'oek a.m. to
o'clock P.m. P. H. JOHNSON. M.P.
"TUIr n Ttr!)1aan,trnlllaMlrlphiu
ItWaariaaavnifta "awnaaa i
0. B. 0 ALLOW A? CO Paoratrroaa.
mw. w ana per aay. ateenraing te
i lie aad leoatioa of room Speoial
Mra J Burkaif, Mill C V Mnrnk. Mi..
K U Conway. La Than Nath.n. rkln..
Rev RTotUr. Ark MraWBran.ford.Tena
" i 'iroer, vnio Mra B r (Jochraa, lex
ilii u T 'l ," r ' aatum, jvv
i1 J1"1" ' H w Walton, Ky
JKNorei. Ohio FBJonei.Onio
P.H Vf,"!"' N. Y J"" Cowaa, Tenn
Mri JB hapiiaa.Ark 6 Trim. N f
J.ALioiitin,Tann J W Hov te. Tenn
"'ti n;yte. Teao Mite M Gleavei, Tenn
u mj piu.eiy, a, j Merer, ri i
PBerndt.Va J JJ Wilkini, Y
O A Aadei, N Y BS K'nitoin, Va
tf vpiieoairn.n i J tladgei. Fa
aire 1 ruiuam, Ala Wi.g M
. Li a r
. i-. .n uauijiiuiii a v
l r . - a s
a i.iii...iii u w
T H fuke, 00
L N'wm.n, Mo
B MeOuire, III
C M liratlon, Ma
Wfi Field, ill
SO Carroll. Mill
mm A Jooneon, 0 V
TO Pe'ri. Ohio
T M Ward. Ill
W 8 fchepard, 111
J 8imon, Ky
M li Kobimoa, N Y
w V Kain, oliai
K P Lake aVw, Mug A J Kerky, N Y
J P Neather, 111 K B s tubbi, T
AHinhora.Pa O Meyer. N T
S ,V ""Jf.'f mo rno illa, Ohio .
C Roe. Ohio.. VT A Ingraham.Ohlo
w a Pitti, mi i u Stlilirt u
W H Moore. Tana Uf t...
BRuain.Tenn T P Johnuoi, Tana
Mr Johnaton.Tenn H P.nnn t...
o Wn?rew, or Coleman, Tex
o uu usu', n i JVJacaaon. Mo
M JoneeaVI, Mo ' Chndlr, 8 0
W McB bmith, 8 0 Jaa Dow Jy' Miei
D K Holrnii, Ohio K Wnlf, jr. Ky
V L Harden. Musa TBV.il.."...
C D K-rehtval, Y BP Smith. '.Tenn
" a oiu, ny AUMn tn, lent
W R Tody, Mo A D Oiffith, Mo
OWCuitli, Mo OU Penny, Mo
HHTuttl.. Un Jniln.l.... 1. T
J K Martin, Ohla K D Uoodwyn Tenn
DWFIy. Tonn J 11 Ponton, Tena
W W Talbert, Tenn J H Uilohriit, Tenn
O Juruea, Tenn J bnrria, Tenn
- T I emon, Tenn T A Uoodwyn, Tenn
J J Murphy, Icon J J DuBose, Toan
T 11 .t . II 'I' a l . m
r.v "0,"'llJ a xenie, xeon
H Lar -tuff. Tenn (! I. Julian. T.nn
C Maron, Tenn W 8 tlgodwin, Tenn
II L Uuion, Tenn D W Lake. Tenn
J T Maeon.Tenn W F Taylor, Tenn
N Fontaioe. Tenn 6 Wright, Tenn
8 Seminal, Tenn W Miller. Colo
8 W Culhoun. N T J Kelly, Tenn
8 Bland, Tenn Mra E J Sinclair, Mill
Miae utohell, Ala M Michetln. N Y
T M Slevena, Tex 8 Jenniuga, Mill
A Jn MoMillan, Tenu.
Tbe Hew lnyae.
FARRINGTON, 8TEWART k WHITE,
Ratal ti 60 toft per .'ay, aroording te loca
tion of rmma
D Ball, NY W C Nye, Pa
K t; Field, MUa D MoCraoken. Mln
E llilny. Mirl O W IUmiin,n. N V
C H Uawiey, Mich T Ellis. Tenn
L, Kremer, Tenn 8 Moice, Ky
L Wolf. KT O RlmWr. Kw
F Lynch, St Ionia W W 0 Neil, jr. Pa'
J 1 Fontaine. Mill W Thatcher, Mail
0 L Gurley, Mill R J Bryn, Ark
J M Pearoe. Va ML Uabouck. Va
0 H Furxuion, Mo B L Brown, Mo
lt F McNeely, Mo R 8 Avery, Ala
0 SWoolfork.Ky W Brady, Ohio
JBtrandt.NY L Weinman, NY
W Waahnurn, Mo E Fre- en, Mo
0 R Myriol, N Y 0 L Hnbiaeon, Misa
0 0 Arinatrona. Tena A 11 Dint. Ill
J M L Wolah, Ohio 1 Lindsay, Tenn
J 0 Robert-, Mo E Uoly, Mo
w w wood, Ky ji J Ou oiminga, Ky
n m n agoner, nia n o Ulaate, Ala
BLAndrewa, Mo II 8 Howard, Mo
M M Freeman, Me 8 J Uawkiui, Tenn
B S Coleman, Tena ALUonei, Ark
Hunter Parsons, Ark W W Wood, Ky
F L Holland, Ky . J II Rosa, Miaa
W P il'on, Misa B L Word, Miaa
J W Fiannagan, Miaa D O Baird, Ark
HT King, Ark OU Weal. Ark
B F Uowera. Ohla N L Parriih, Ohio
J R Able, Ohio - OU Welbourn, Tena
H O Scott, Tenn E li Oliver, Tenn
U 0 Murrell, Mo CM Store, Mo
1)T Burton, NY BLMulford, NY
A At'haie.Miaa B F Johnson, Ark
C B Falkner, Mo C B Mitchell, Mill
FAileKiey, Trnn tt K Dudley, Tenn
IIJamisoUiNY P L Jamii m, N Y
H L Duncan, N Y R M Moultun, Tenn
II J Etratton, La 8 U Sheppard, La
J B Feed, Mo Thos BtigRs, Mo
R 0 UopkiBi. Mo E J Carr, Tenn
L B hogeri, Tena Yf M Morton, Ala
' Sulon'i Hotel.
W. H. BINQHAM. Miyaaaa.
Xmoyean plan. Knlarged and refurniahei.
Prioea aocording to lite and loca
tion of rooaia,
J Y Haokler. Ark
0 L Campbell. Ark
M 8 Jav. Tenn
J W Trixler, Ark
W Armi-tend, Tenn Mra F Pooejoy Ao, Ala
J Norton, K F Ferrell, Ark
l)r Lindner, Tenn F Holland. Tenn
8 Van Wyck, NY J Lhey, N Y
K J Ka th, Ark - W Harris. Ark
KUWaid. Ark T F Duflin, Misa
A lla;d -n.Tonn 8 0 Finiey, Mii
W F tlamner, Tenn Mra Ubrnlei Ac Mill
Misa Hhoilei, Miaa Mra Tburuan io, Miaa
Mra Acree, M as J 0 Acreo, Misa
M aa M Aoree, Misa Mini B Udmondi, Mill
C rt viyriek, La I W 0 lorn, Miaa
CAD.ikn, Mo W ESmith, Ark
J M Wheeler. Ark J K Speed. Tenn
H B t'ullen, Tenn B Hughes, Tenn
W U Groeulaw, Tex tt B I'etera, jr, Tenn
OE Kaitiuiy. Teua Mrs tv Smturd, Tonn
Mn Buwlos, Tena II ' ummins, Tenn
J Echols. Ky F Lindsay, Mo
J 11 Carpenter, Ky J K .-.inith if, Minn
C Smith, Minn Mifs M Smith, Miia
Mn Mottavock, Ark A L Clark, Tenn
J J Casey, Min J J Leslie, Tenn
0 L Withers, Misi S K (ioldaby, Tenn
Miss K Clore, Miai.
VmiTy'a I nropraa Hotel.
Corner of Adams and Main ttreeta. Rooms.
Mo, 76o and 11 per day ; Amerieaa Plan,
tt per day.
FiTf olassRestHurant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 years with Peabody Hotel),
"APuah, Tenn A Mshm, Mo
H Weaver. Ohio Mra AUoodrichAd, Ark
I J C.ix, Tetin M Rich, Mo
MraBri.ndof Ale.TennM I, Cerringtnn, Tenn
E vl Jnnea, Tenn N J Coffee, Ark
T c irbnro. Tenn O T Wortena, Mo
A U Uvp ry, Tenn A Laaomarsino, Tenn
J V Bus-ell, Mo M T Cooper, Tenn
.1 It Maxwell, irk A A Martin, Tenn
DW Hu pbtie .TennZ Fegel, Pa
R A Junes, leoa VV 11 De n tt, Misa
BKd ,ins, Tenn W T Andrews, Md
T U W i tders. Ark P M Cailen, Ark
H 0 I ut ker, Fia R L llaloy, la
J U Vcblr. y, Ala M J Taylor, lad
W (! Carnithern.Tenn H 0 Anderson, Misa
W J H tiinn n. Mia A L Williams, N 0
CLCho-tnut .NO M T Miller, Tex
0 J Miller, Ind WTAdaina, Ark
W B Adams, Ark.
Taanr )iU4XZrJ aaaait.
anilv tMrfAA aiir eitt.tA fur Mother"!
IHllai. Invaluubie la Sholerq Infantum
and Te hi rig. A pre-d seated rood Ibr Dyer
Rerrtlca, Consumptives, Convaleecenta
arreot nutrient In all Wnetlng Plseasea.
Maqatree no oooklng. Our Book, The Care
no) feeding of Infanta, mauled (roe.
uouaaa, ouodalb oo.. Boaton. Maaa.
Bawspaiiera and estim.tei oi the ooat ol ad
vertiiing. The alrertiier who wanta to spend
one dollar, indi ia it the information hr re
quire!, while lor him who will invest one
hut dre.l thousand dollar! in advertmng, a
acheu.e U ladieated whioh will meet hia
every reu Iriment, or ean be made to do ao
by alight chanire eaaily arrivod at by corra
apondence. One hundred and fifty-three
editiona have been iaiaed. Sent, poitnaid.
to any ad.lreu lor ten oeais Aiipiy w
P. ROW ELL A CO.. NEWSPAPBR A D-
VERTISINU BURiSAt'.in Spruce it. tPrint-
te linns Wunwra . New ynra.
Aik yarn; tot-ilk for t'-o Orlrrtnal 83 Shoe).
lWnreof Iinltutioue. -- H
Heme Geanlne) auleaa bearing thlBBtnmp.
JAMES MEANS' S3 SHOE.'
Kade In Button, Oonim anrl Loca. BcsJCntf
' . Ik. I! urilin
lilii v,Comfortarui Amxar
au. A postulcant sent u
lis w ill Irrlmt you Informa
tlm hirw tu gnt this Shoe In
J. moans a w-.
41 Unooin h.
a) aw, -
Thia shoe etanda burner In the eettmatlnof
yraonara Uen aiir oilirrln Iho world. Thou.
aandsVho wear it WIU lU you Uie naaswB U
J. W. VOEGELI SC. CO.
f; ft v
111 il Si
l i tu.. - tCV iioatuu.
ag H IMim&X sals
tf fl i " s It Wfmj ii w?s
W. A. GAG3S & CO.
No. SOO Front Street, : Memphis.. Tean.
W. A. SMITH, Proprietor.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEPT.
- ., "l-tgiiTfciBii1
firlat- Hllla.I a "
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
(Bnooeaiora In thia Icpartment to JOHN MANOOUB.)
ayarWrltena for Information on ANY TI1INH in either line.
D. B. SMITH, of Guthrie, Ky.
75 HOLSTEIN-FRESIAN CATTLE 75
All Reirlstered In the Holatein-Friestan Tlard Rnnk at Towa ftilv. Tim.
Will Positively aell, to the highest bidder, at t, A. JONES k CO,' 6 Coainiaaiea Stable.
No.. 61, 63 and 71 Monroe street,
Mrmpble, Tena., October 87, 1886. 'Bale (o commence at 10 o'clock prompt.
Noyg Mr. Smith is one of the Drat to embark In the Holstetn eatt'e In Kentucky, anal
laid down more money in the start for the foundation of hia herd than aay mania tba
South. With eare he has seleoted his Cattle, and his herd will ehow lor iha nsMvea. He ia
oined by the well-known breeders and importers, J. W. Stillwell A- Co., who have sold and
mnorled mora eattle than any other breeders oi this breed in Amrrica. In thi. Int. will K
2ii line Cows, ranging from 2 io 3 years old: 20 coming 3 year old Heifera ia calf: 20 Heitaar
Calves and 15 finely bred Bulla. The best butter families will be represented anoh aa Mar
cides, Prince of Twiek, Aagie, Echo, and many othera. Thia will be a fine selection, all in
fine ihnpe, and in ealf to noted Bulla. Send in your name for cataloitnta te 1). B. fcMITH.
of Guthrie. Ky.,orJ. W. bTILLWELL 4 CO., Troy, Ohio. Don't forcet the day. Horn ia
me lime io nur at your own prioe. nun or
n. rs. nu.viin ova. Auctioneer. ae. n. oraaiu. j. w. ariLLW EL.I, at ejai,
J. W. Stillwell A Co will sell 76 head at Chicago dnrin. the Fat Btncfc (-how in November.
I, r-li-i 'i. ; :ai'i,fi:'..if.-'
J. I. IlRwAJOjr.
0. 0. IKDT.
I T CARDA'SnM l fill
ji ii ifi.iurtuuii w
IC9 Froat Street, emphii, Tentt.
Oettoa aaaalaaaa te u wUl have oar earefnl attention. We tarry at all Maaaa a wall.
aeleeud ateok ot
SUpl8& Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liqitorsjcbicia & Clgiro,
XV. T JIOH IMtE.
34 and 30 Madison
A. VAOABO c&Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Won. 278 AND 2SO FRONT STREET. MEMPITBI.
t en T i Til A Tv
Late J. T. LaPrade i Co.
AWI CSO!ISSIOM MERCHANTS,
No. 304 Front street : Memphis, Tenn.
avariTavlng retired from the Saddlery and Ilaraesa bnsinesa and opened an odea aa above,
we ere pleased to announce to our friends and the public aenerally that weary bow prepared
to serve them in our new capacity. Hoturntng mania ii tue vorj own pirnB ex
tended ni in the old line, we trait to merit and receive a a tB it Tl! A OoT"
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocery
If a. 11 Union fUreet. t t yjiwpliia Tcmm
H. 0. PKAKCE.
H.CFEARE & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Marclrfs,
No. 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
Cvttoa Ware boBtaa-Ilea 8S Vmlom Mr,
AVERT GIN CO.
XV. A. Sinltb'H Fat. Separator.
Eagle Eclipse llnller Gins,
Plain 10 Inch Gin, an
SOUTH ERM 8TA8DABB PKESS.
Price at Factory, IOO aad wlio.
ALLISON tsElD COT ION CLE1NEB8.
gar All kinda of Oim Repaired. Special
Discount to the Trade. -
391 aarial 398 t'ronl Ht., Mempkla, Tenaa
AND MACHINE COMPANY.
160to 171 Adamant., Meraphi t
5AlllrVii,itl V-j'..' t"'
DEP'T, 226J and 228 Second St.
J. W. STILLWBLL ft CO., Trey, 9.
some iney ae-i.
Bill GIJT CO.
Manulaoturer'a Agenta for
Daniel Pratt Cotton Glna,
FEEDERS AHD CONDENSERS,
SMILEY, SMITH eft CO.,
Pratt Ecllpew Hailrr lna, Fd
era and WIb Repairers,
98 to 104 Poplar St., Memphis.
erPratt Bevolvlng-Fead Gins una
qualed. btock now complete. Prioea
reduced. Correiipondonee ana ordera
tolioited. Old Gins Repaired in First
la a lird . All work guaranteed.
B. A. PARKIIU B. L. WOOMSTl
& Cotton Factory'
t.. : Menualala. Tenn,
LaU with J. X. LaPrade ft C
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.