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BUS PAT, I I OCT. 84. 1886.
I OR GOVERNOR,
ROBERT L. TAYLOR, of Washington.
JAMES PHELAN. of Bhelby.
HENRY J. LYNN.
J. D. MONTR DONICO. .
W. R. HARRELL. ' ' '
v J. W. ALLKK.
W. L. OLAPP.
R. A. ODLTJM.
PHELU WILL BE ELECTED.
The sewi from the four countiei
taat const tote the Tenth Consres
' elonal District indicates the tiiamph
ute'ectkmoi McPhelan. lie baa
rapidly grown in public esteem lince
bis first speech in joint debate with
Mr. Taylor. Mr. Phelan bas ahown
how groondlets were the objections to
him by some pi his parly friend. He
has proved himsalf a Democrat in
perfect record with his party. The
effort to ir.jure bim with bis party by
sharping him with political heresy
has reacted in bis favor, for his utter
ances are in perlrst accord with his
party, and bis Democracy is ai pure
and unadulterated as that of Allen Q.
Thurmen and G rover Cleveland.
James Phelan could not be anything
but a Demccrat were be to make
the attempt, for he descend!
from an historic family of Demo
crats. His gifted father was a
grand old apostle of Democracy,
thirty years an able champion of tbe
rights of the- States, civil and religious
freedom, and tbe bit'er enemy of tbat
proscription which wonld degrade
the foreigner tbe opponent o( mono
polies eiolusive privileges, central aa
tion. Ills brother, J. D. Phelan, wis
for half a century a leading;, trne and
reliable Democrat. . A. O'Neal, the
present Governor of Alabama, Is the
uncle to tbe Democratic nominee
for Congress in this d stric, bat been
a Democrat all bia life, without "vari
ableness of change or shadow of
turning." The lion. Sydnaham Moore
was one of tbe ablest representatives
in Congress from Alabama for many
years. Tbe Hon. John E. Moore was
long a dir. uit Judge in Alabama,
and the principles of Democracy
were deeply ingrained in bis very
nature. Mr. Phelan is the nephew of
these two dis inguiehed gentlemen,
and be inherits the Democracy of his
lineal snceetry. The objection ta Mr.
Phelan because of his youth has also
reacted in bia favor, for be bas demon
strated that if he is young in years be
is also, old la wisdom. When James
K. Poik wai a candidate for Congress
at the age of twenty-nine years, this
same objection was urged against
him, and in reply he said that ff a
man 'nu- a fool at the ego of
twenty-nine years he woull,b fool
the balance of his life. om earliest
childhood Mr. Phela has had Demo
cratic principle. Instilled into him,
and his epeecWfl in this canvass show
that he true to the faith of his
father And if elected to Congress he
wIV,wb" woiking, efficient member.
.The other three counties in this dis
trict are rallying to the support of Mr.
Phelan, and tbey expect much of
Shelby. W.ll the Democracy of Ihelby
county turn oat as they did on the 6th
of August, or will they by a failure to
vote, permit Mr. Phelan to be slaugh
tered in the house of bis friends? The
v other three counties are fully aroused,
and if Shelby sounty will roll up the
maj r ty which she can do by a full
vots Ptielati's majority wilbe counted
: by the thon'd.
THE KS1PTISN TROUBLES.
The European powers will do noth
ing to preveut the wrong now perpe
trating in Bulgiria, but some ot them
can coaleece to produce disturbance
about Enypt that appears to be Bat
tling down to a satisfactory condition
comparer! with former disorder and
discontent. France, backed by Rus
sia and aided by Turkey, is demand
ing that the English crate the work
they are doing in Egypt and evacuate
the country. England has all along
declared it intsntien to do!so when Its
work is1 sccotnuVshed, and its authori
ties have made no claim or effort con
trary to those declarations. Without
a general cill from tbe Kuropeao pow
era England will certainly not leave
Egypt under the coercion of France,
tbe menaces of its enemy Knesia, or
the feeble croaking of tottering Tur
key. Bu those powers may proceed
to acta tiiat wi.l endanger peace, and
dieturb the whole coast of the Medi
terranean B;a. At any time such
proceedings as France is initiating
would causa difficulty, at this moment,
when all Euiope is tingling with tits
tremor of coming war, the agitation
of the Egyptian question adds to com
pncauimt too nutnorotii and too
bi.ter. The Frem h press is agiUtlng
the evaiuaticn question in a harsh
and ufri ndly way, and doing it f ir
the rake of aiding Russia to embioll
the E.utpean government, expecting
last Uerinar y nay become mingled
in tho turmoil, and while sot ruber-
rajsed Fiance mty enter upon its war
of revengf against her with a prospect
An i j th coatrjvmiig atn irg con
flicting s ctf, and persecutions cf
heresy, and oilier lemains of deplor
able church animosity and sectarian
nnrrowms) bandtd down from a la
menlable paat, it ijwgrtif) ing to sec
one bright, iltar ray of light break
through the cloud of prejudice,
brigiren the present and throw ilia
ruination over the future. That ray
is the nearer approach of tbe sects
toward each other, greater readineea
ia each to appreciate the virtues racb
division manifests, and to think lew
ol the flimsy but pernicloua limita
tion; that bar them out from each
other. There is today lest disposition
to cavil over .theological inferences,
and more desire to cultivate those
practical duties tbat are the teat of
true religion. If the Christian word
co-opsra'e in doing good, their work
ing side by aide in a kindly rpirit will
heal the divls'onr, tbe onceit, and
bitterness and blundsringsthat contro
versial theologians have engendered
and sustained. Good work, done by
good people, will, by its sucees
and beneficent results, weld the
hearts of the workers into close and
happy onion. Tbe Episcopal Church,
some of whose adherents wish to steal
thunder from Rome, and call their
sect "Catholic," has been prjminent
in withholding Itself from fraternal
relatione with denominations tbat
dissent from it But its convention
now in eession.diatingulahing between
the anion into one tbst Christ re
quires and the surface uniformity tbat
mistaken men bare enjoined, shows
i desire to cultivate fraternal relations
with Christians differing from it more
in form than in spirit. With such an
eminent accession to the cause of
Christian union, good Christians may
taks heart and hops for better diys,
and fjr a pur jr, because a more prac
tical, religion. The newspapers de
tail every day the suffering and
the egony tbat comes from the wrong
that the church was instituted to set
light, livery pious soul and every
lover of his kind will rejoice tbat the
army that battles for the right, the
true and the good ia abandoning
skirmishing order for ' good sound
falling into . line, and advancing in
compact and unbroken ranks to aseail
the enemy that Ills the world with
THE HOE. . J. DCBODE.
As preeidinii Judge of the Criminal
Court of Shelby county tho Hon. J.
J. DuBoso ia winning golden
opinions from all soiti of people.
Short na has been bis administra
tion it has been long enough to
demonstrate that he is the right man
la the right place, lie is efficiently,
wisely and bravely performing bis
duty. Familiar with the criminal law,
he is dostired to take high rank as a
Criminal Judge. Inflexible in the
right, aaetors in the enforcement of
the law, he leans to tbe side of mercy
on all poesible occasions. Tbe ableat
lawyers of Memphis ooncur in the
opinion that Judge DuBosa has made
a most auspicious brgintiog- and is
destined to make a repnlation which
will r, fleet credit upm himself and
the judiciary of the State. He is as
honest as ae is firm, at competent and
faithful, to duty at he is just and
merWfnl. Thus far Judge DuBose's
ratings have been unexceptlonably
lair and in accord with the law. He
la true to the trust imposed upon him,'
na when tbe time comes for him to
lay it down there will bs no spot or
tain upon lt on the contrary, it will
have grown bright in his handa. The
Judgeship of the Criminal Court of
Shelby county ii justly regarded as
one of the most important po Mons in
the State, and the piop'e are Gratified
tesee snd know that Judge DuB iss is
equal to the grave responsibilities he
A WORD Or WARtflNQ FROM TUB
BKEEUERSJ' Ar)CI ATIOJf
Adnata lh FwMIe Hot to Bay
Haiti Over I wo Iran Ola
for This Climate.
To ths lleliteln Public i
llai.Lif Sr-niNap, Miss., October 23.
Jn view nf the approaching winter
Sales cf Hnletein cattle in tbe Couth-
west, ai d for the information of per
aonswbomiiy purchase animals in
tended lor registry In tbe Herd Hook
of this assoriatlon, the following ex
tract! from the rules of the association
governing the registration of eattle are
"Only such imported animnlt as
have been reiiittered before i tnnerti-
tion In one tt the Standard Holland
Herd Books, or anima's having bjth
sire and dam ao regis'ered, ahall be en'
titled to registry in tbe Herd Bjck ot
"American bred animak are entitled
to regUtry when anulirat'on therefor
is accompanied bv certificate of tbe
hnednr of bcth sir a d dam, and
a'so giving the names ana Herd Bjok
nuaaherj uf l lie Lit er "
All applications f r regit try must be
made upon the blank forms (urniched
by this asoc ' Ion. Rnles adopted at
las' mnnting of the ats ciation.
Wtiile this aisicift oa is detirons of
encouraging the supply of our market
wnn wen nrm animals lrotu s urees
of Importation, and from reliable
American breeding faima, the public
are warned egairst the purchase of the
many IndiffVrant and unworthy ani
on Is that are annually thrown upon
From data furnished th;s rueoniatlon
it Is aerertnined that more than SO per
cent, tt Uoltttint owr 2 yeart old, pur
chased and taken in latitude between
Memphis, T no., and the Gulf coat,
have died from climatic causes, while
the mor ality among animals vndrr 2
y far i old has snen but (lightly grca er
than among native cattle. It it i hue
fore advised that ejections for the cot
ton Htates ahould be confined to young
Old cows, or cows having dropped
one or more calves, sbauld be pur
chnecdwl h grett caution. A larg
nuuibr of an mala imported for bn ed
ing purposes prove to be eiiher detect
ive breeders or poor milkers; tlnse
a-e fnoucntly put upnthe rrarknt as
choice bred, antmali, with nothirg to
rronmmcnd thi'iu xrept the fact of
htviug been utiprrted mi regiatered.
OEO. M. BUCHANAN, SeereUrr.
W. F. Campbell e? a', to J P. He's
kl, lot 42, Wirfid's subdivision,
l'igeon RtojI r md, 19 31-100 acres j
eoiiaiderat on, $11.
Thoe. Polk et ux to Mrs. Ora
Rnbscb, lota 4 ai d 6, P ovine's subdi
vision, bloi k 32 j con ideration, $800.
SoUcrllao lor tk MAppeI.M
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 18S0
OPEXIKG OF TBE SEW COURT
Distinguished Party of Guests Re
ceived by Drs. Mitchell
Ao informal reception was given
last evening by Dm. Mitchell and
Maury at their hand-ome new sani
tarium on Madison street, wbich was
tha thrown open for the nrst time.
Th i bnlldlrg, a haodsime etructure of
brick and stone, completely furnished
in all ita d pirtments, was brilliantly
lighted from cellar to girret, and the
gue's were given a cordial aretting
aatney ascended a enort nignt or
broad stone steps leading np from the
street into a spacious hallway.
Among tboee whom the doctors shook
cordial y by the hand were:
Wk B. Mllnry. R. B. Pttrau,
Br. i. 4. urawrora, un joj,
. P. Hlden, D. H. Po.ton,
H. M. tok, C. B. 0.llowy.
W. H. Bint-ham, IT. FonUln,
Dr. W. W. l.rlor, J.H.Smith,
B. P. RobsrUon, J- L. Wtllford,
A D. L nuf. Cint. Jamei L.e, lr.,
J. H. Katin, Dr. A M. W.it,
Dr. ArontroDf, Ur. Binoinr,
Dr. Mall. D. T. Porter.
J. N. Ollr.r, ' J. H. Poiton,
a. B. Tboroloa. J. D. Iluhn,
Thomu Wllord, C. W. Kchulu,
O. w. Matekll, 4. w. junuion,
B. Huvhsi, J. K. Spaed,
W. ll.bitm. B.C. Tool,
Dr. K. M. Willett, J. H. Robinion,
Dr. K. Daninl. J. B. Ileiitar,
Dr V A.WiUiamaoa, W. U. Kh..
H. Wt'r, J. T Fariwoa,
T. H. Allen, , S. Man-lie d,
B. M. Kitei. II. T. Kllett,
K M. Willett, Jr., Dr. W. B. Winiton,
Colton Greene, T..'. Lithun,
J. 0. eelr, T. R. Fermmorlh,
0. L. Pulles.
There were teveial others who
dropped in for a moment daring the
evening, and two more pleasant or
pri-fltab.e hours were never rpent by
any company. The guests, all lead
ing men of the city, iaUretled in
everything which concerns ita ad
vancement, were as earnest as they
were lavish of the'r congratulations
with which they loaded the two gen
tlemen at '.he bead of tbe 'enterprise,
one at new at it is important to Mem
phis and the South.
Tbe building, whose eonslractlon
was begun a short time ago, and which
bas been pushed rapid lv to comple
tion, cover 0x80 feet of ground. It
Is complete in all its appointments,
tbe arrangements for heating, light
ing and ventilation being especially
excellent, having been made by
experts in those anient r llna.
The apartments are commodious
and the ceiling lofty. .On the first
floor are the offices of tbe fi m, a re
cep ion room fjr visitors abd a parlor
in wbich patients may receive their
guets. B Old, easy nights of stairs
had np from front and rear to the fluors
above, each having eight rooms
for tbe care of patients. The up
per stories may be aieo reached by an
elevator. Batbroomsand ether con
veniences are conveniently placed.
The furniture Is plain but costly and
elegant. A ki'chen in the rear nf the
building, which it htated by Lot air
from a furnace in the cellar, is reacted 1
by a covered way, and ladles
who, when in distress, may have
the good f'irtace to be Domiciled there,
will find all and mire than the com
forts of home. No dtttil has been '
m gleoted which modern scienca,
lintel with generations of experience,
o uld ,suiigt,- ani the new sanlta-'
riam, under two such distinguished
physicians, cannot fail to be a success,
this is a faint ri fiction of
the sentiment expressed by the
company, who, after a ramble about
tbe building, wai invited into the
parlor, where they emphasized their
satisfaction each wiih emptying a
g'ttss ol sparkling champagne. Mr. J.
M. K ating in offering a toast to Drs.
Mitchell and Maury, spuke of the
ruccesa cf similar institutions in the
N jith, a rapid. y growing sentiment in
their favor here, and declared
that tbey were entitled to more
than a passing notice for so readily
and so thoroughly meeting tho public
wieh by the erection of a sanitarians
equal in ita appointments to aoy in
I'rendni t Hadden was very com
p'lmtntiry to the medical profession
of Memphis, whose member.', he said,
occupied th i liset and most confi
dential relation with thoee t whose
ills they admii.ia ered. Trie
profession her, Id eaid, w.is
noted for its ability, several operations
having been performed woitby if the
still of tbe areatest pnyeiti u s r f the
country. He congratulat d Mer.
Mitchell and Maury eepeo ally upou
an enterprise likely to do ao mu:h
good for Memphis, and pledged b m
self, in the conduct of tbe Ciiy Hospi
tal, to have an eepeeial eye to the ben
efit of the doctors.
Dr. Usury gracefully made bis a--knowhdgemen
s, and at about 10
o'clock the guests dispersed delighted
with all tbey bad sees. i
As this sanitarium is deeigael for
tbe treatment of a special dans of din
eases of women only, no pat ent will
be admitted unless she has ben pre
viously seen by one of tae physic-line.
This rule is necessary in order to pre
vent the aduiistionif patients un
suitable for treatment. Applicants
unknown to thoee iu charge will ha
expected to furnish eaisslactoiy reter
encee. A great deal vt good done in scch
institu ions ai this depr nds upon I he
carrying out i f a uniform ejs'em. To
maintain this, every patient should
concent to put aside tier individual
ity, and to yield to aeyatem which ia
established, not for the conveniet.es of
tlio'e in medical charge, but entirely
for thegojd of those who aie here for
vryth'.ng in this building Is made
suborJint te ti health, and thia fact
will exp'aiu many things which
might ctberwiae create surprise. The
absence of pictures, wall ernameota
tion, enrtaiup, etc., the flooding of all
pjrta of the building with aunlight,
and the efforts made for vontilttion
and to secure a plentiful aupply of
pure air, all have this end in view.
The attractions of the past week at
the Museum were very good and the
crowds well pleaeed. Ttie comtr g at
tractions, wbich are P. T. Brnums
Interim lor al Congress ol Giants, who
were billed to show here with Bar
nu til's circu-, but owing to having
c n racttd with Mr. Kobiuson for the
coming w.ek were prohibited from
appearing with Parnnm'a show here,
will ppear at Bob .nern'd Museum
the roiuing week ; a so Don Ferreyia,
the huuiau mn flute, who plava music
of bis own couip sitiun. nd a ho.-t
of other curi igitits. Thesa ne tt:e
principal)1, brsi.lnn an eiuirely rew
romt auy in the theater, tbe Auatralian
Nuveby Company, comprising ten
Zoto, wbich created a furore here
last year, begins an engagement at the
Memphis Theater tomorrow night of
three nights and a matinee. An ex
change says: "It is a clean, bright,
beauiiful entertainment wbich can
not offend the most refined taste.
Mirs Blanche Curtisie. who comet
heralded ai a famous V astir beauty,
won the audience by her graceful and
genteel methods and refined elegance.
The comedy element was particularly
strong a ad was received by almost
continuous laughter. Three import
ant addtiors to the company were
prevented from appraring last night
on account of tbe non-arrival of tbe
baggage.' Tbey will play this af er
noon and evening. Siuvenir lace
broaches are presented to every lady
at tbe matinee this afternoon, and as
the Zozoi is particularly attractive to
ladies, we hope to . see a very large
The T. at O. A. AatwcJatloa ta Ens
ley Mlaae Hecrelary.
ItrtsuL to thi Arrsai.1
KaoiviLLt, Tiiia.. October 23. The
Y. M. O. A. ConveLtiou today settled
the matter ol a 8 ate Secretary being
employed daring the com ng year, to
give his whole time 1 1 the work, by a
subscription ,ef $1000, in addition to
$800 already pledged, making a total
of $3000. 8 true good, efficient man
will bs secured at once.
At Ctaarlenloa ! Swmmervllle
Chabxistou, 8. 0., October 23 Die
patches received at 2 o'clock p.m re
port tbe damoga at Summerville by
the shock yesterday afternoon greater
than at first stated. Seventy-five chim
neys will bave to coma down. A
number of geysers have been diec iv
er d, whert ao oily wa'.er epouta up
eont nuous'y. The water has an odor
similar to kerosene oil, arxl ia accom
panied by fine sand of different colors.
The people of tbe town are thor
oughly worked up again, and gieat
un as neae is f It by all.
The development of geysers at Sum
merville by yesrerday's shocks is cor
robora'ed, but tbe kerotene oil found
in tbe water is explained by tbe fact
tbat refuse from a creosoting oil fac
tory has been emptied into tbe drains
in which the gJ-yee s appeared. The
water did not epout up very high from
most of the geysie, but it is reported
tbat water was thrown up fully three
feet from ene of them near Aebley
river. The water is as cold as ice end
as clear as cryrtal. No new disturb
ances have occurred there today.
Slight Ntaocka at Mobile.
Mobilc, Ala., October 23, Two
slight shocks of earthquake were felt
th e morning at 9:30 and 10:10 o'clock
at Fort Morgin, entrance to Mobile
MlLLIRY, CRAWF0BD & CO.,
Wholmale Sroerri, Cotton Factors
d CoHiratialoB erehaats
In New Quarter.
Attention is directed to the card of
this enterprieing Brm. wbese business
has ou'growu th limited epaceof its
old home, No. 254 Front. It is now
in the new CosBiU building, Nos. 372
and 874 Frent. With this large store
and i s merchandise warehouse,which
is located on the Kansas City read,
corner of Tresevant and Tennessee
Streets, convenient toother railroads,
Mallorr. Crawford & Go. have unnnr-
-parBSd faejliiiesfar'tvansacting an im-
merse wnoiesaie Dueinrss. J hey are
enterprising and reliable, and deserve
the immeese succets that is attending
The St. l. a l llrewm win tbe
St. Louis, Mo., October 23 The
eixth, and what proved to be the de
cisive game between the Cbicagos and
the St. Loire Browns was by far the
clo est and anost exciting of toe series.
Although tbe sky wss overcsst with
threa ening clouds which promised
rain at any moment the crowd early
begin to airive on the grounds and
continued l pnur tbrougu tbe gates
nmil long af er the game was weil un
der way. The attendance was
slightly larger than yesterday, the to
tal receipts being $2500. Tnis m ikes
the total amount won by tbe St. Leu is
club by the result of tbe game $13,
010 20, of hich sum $0554 25 was ta
ken' in at Ouiiago and $8365 85 at St.
Louis. The game was a battle of the
ditchers and it took ten innings to set
tle it. When Welch came from third
to borne, scoring the winning run, the
crowd immediately rushed on the field
in tbe h'gbeet state ot excitement and
exultmim end tbe world's champions
eie earred from the grounds on the
s'lonlde s of their admirers. Score:
St. Louie, 4 ; Chicago, 3.
Clrealt 4 wan-Kate. Judge.
Jar calendar for October 25th:
Nos 9052 J. W. Knott, jr., vs C Wag
ner; 0.79 h. E. C naway vs George
P. Munca : 901) , James B, Franklin vs
Ac -blent Insurance Company; 9103,
T. II. Ilellmnn vs KansaaCity, Spting
fiold and M mpbis railroad; 9106, K.
J. B.a kvsKiSt ck;9114,8tateof ten
neeaee, ek. re'. Bi'tliff, vs Aug. Holl
bofer; 9129, W. O. S.hwalmeyer vs
F. Bens euk ; 9149. Taxing Distr ct va
W. A. Bickford; 9163, Taxing D strict
vs Harlow Dowj 9187, Theo. Bead vs
8. B afcLemoie; 9010, Walter Davis
vs Memphis and Arkansas River
Packet Company; 9017, Amelia John
son vs Tom Brown; 89U2, M-s. Ann
Lagriilvs Dt. II. J. Shaw. Writi of
inquiry may be executed today be
f ote tbe regular call ot tbe cilocdar. '
List of undelivered telegrams re
meinlnf t the Wentera Dnton Telerrh
Otlioe, New Cotton Kiohmnge Building, cor
ner Meditnn and beoonii etreeU. Utfiee
houn fr in 8 to 10:30 e'olook a.m., and from
6 tot p.m. i
J S DitTint. B D Flnler. 2,
Col A L Itrinkley, O Fo teine,
J T l'rntno, J A Ball.
J C Klake, Itrmeii A Dtrrerh,
W Hhctt, Kvrrestu, 8nn A Co,
Geo PeuoVaer, Albert fcobumnoD,
Mro H Meteelie, Hill, Fontaine A Co,
Piitlemon A Muller, W A U ge A Co,
li. ll.Mlim. fe'oia,
Mre C Mmilh.
Oi nr C S Co. J O Neeler.
A B tin timer. A B Herbert,
Hebodr ilo'.al. BWiutter,
ER1 om, B Hugbei,
Jonn B Otoah, II u h 1' fit A Co,
h W Hew, C D l'bi lipi,
R L Andrew!, lUrmon,
R A Wihieine, . F K Moore,
W A Mehegan, jr, C Y Vnnderbarg,
II Hoyluien, M Knbia,
CS Look, M Stricknd,
L Bauer A wife. W M K.ed A Co,
J M l.nnior, 3 Nathan.
L A Cohm, II Bijnck,
II B Clark. . KT Walker,
K vi Buonanaa A Co, R W W illey,
l Babb'A t'o, J 8 Drake.
Valley O Imill. Duncan A Co,
J A I'o.t A Co, l.e -mneUon,
B l.owm t.in A Co, J h U Co,
Krb A Co, Dr J Aniee,
i i . ri Pn. 9. u J W.iml. A on.
Col R F Loone, Urahan,Couini A Co,
E' erton, Dair Co, liarimue m Co,
J F Fulier, J P-ller,
L A Hi-arb'oacDi J hi Mullnn,
J M Wllliauil, Carter A 11 ening, 2.
Jai HloQill, H M Waggoner,
Richard Drake, 11 Bejack.
BOOK OF C0I!!0. PRAYER
CHAIG1S MADE FOB ITS HARKED
At Testerday'g Session of the House
or Deputies Farther Revis
Chicago. III.. Octob:r23.-The Hoima
of DepuUes of the Protestant Episco
pal Cburch resumed its deliberations
at 10 o'clock this morning.
Rev. Dr. Clark presented tbe repirt
of the Committee on Memorials of De
ceased Members, the r. adiog of wbich
was accompanied by religious exercises
conducted by President Dix.
The report began by calling attention
win" large number ol members wbo
had died in lha la.e las .nj
then proceeded to give a brief bio
iraphical sketch of each. At
tached to the report were resolutions
that the House put on record its
grateful recognition ef the virtues and
services of thoee who have died. The
rport was sdopttdby a standing vote.
roar messages Irom tbe House of
Bishops relating to amendments to
the CJEStitntioa were concurred iu.
A meeeage f om the House of B shops
relating to special care of immigrants,
recsmnitnded tbat the Biahop ot
New Jersey be cotrerpon.iing secre
tary of the commission, and tbat com
mui ieitiori be opened with the Arch
biehops of Canieiburv. York. Armacrh
and Dublin, and tbe primate of Scot-
lana. itie mes-age was concuried in.
A mecsage from the House of B'sb
ops, recommending that the cancn re
lating to lay readers be amended so as
to make tbe period of the license
longer than one vear. was not con-
curr. d io by the House. The House
then went into Committee of the
Whole to cortsider questions affectiug
The special tinic waa alterations and
addition) proposed fer adoption by tbe
convention, and after submission to
me dioceses lor tbe next three years
fur final adoptiou at tbe next convert
tior. These changes differed from the
alterations and additions hitherto con
sidered in that, uo.ike tbe latter c'ass,
tbey require three years for final
ratification. The form adopted at the
last convention and submitted to toe
diccesea in tbe Book of Ratification
was concurred in, the House of
Bit hops having already decided in ita
favor. For the order "now the psiller
is appointed to be read," and lor the
order, how tbe rest of the Holy
Scripture is appointed to be read," the
general order "concerning the services
of the church," including an enlarged
table of proper pjalme, is subetiiuted.
By the action of tbe deputies, much
new matter, not rnly in for ji, but in
substauce, is afforded, and tbe net re
sult is a marked . enrichment of the
portion of the prayer book containing
what is permissive and mandatory in
the cervice of tbe church. Further
revision of tbe bojk will bejacted npun
THE UNION DEPOT AGAIN.
President Haetden Writes Aaotber
Letter oat tbe Subject.
President Hadden yesterday cent the
following official cimmucication t9
Gen. Q. H. Nettletoo, at Kansas City:
Qea. Q. H. Nettleton, Kaniat City :
Diab 8ib About a year or over
ago, at the opening of the Cotton Ex
change, all of the railr:ads centering
in Memphis held a meeting, and you
were selected chiirman. Tbe object
cf tbe meeting was for the purpose of
devisirg ways and means for the
building of a union depot at Mem
pbie. You appointed Maj. Burke,of the
Mississippi and Tencesi ee rjilroad, as
chairman of a committee to select a
site and arrange the details. I ba-e
addreesed a letter to Maj. Burke, ask
ing him what progress had been made,
and be writes me tbat "nothing has
bees dene." The District would like
fcr you, as the chairman, to infuse
some life into this movement.
Your promDt attention will be ap
preciated. Yours truly,
D. P. IIADDBN, Proildcnt.
THE MEMPHIS CLUB.
Oaealag; Ball at Tbelr looms Last
For weeks past Jewish society has
been ongro sed in preparations for
the Memph s Ulub opening ball, which
took place last evening, and the rennlt
was that the ccene prerented last night
in the club ballroom, when the danc
ing was at its bight, was brilliant be
yond tbe memory of any of the old et
members. Tfie costumes of the ladies
were marvels ef taste and b auty.many
of them being masterp eces of the drecs
maker'a art. It was notable that the
cumber of young ladies present was
enriched by tbe beauty of many new
faces, debutantes of more than ordi
nary beauty, who will doubtleea add
moch hereafter to the attractions of
tbe club's entertainments. At mid
night dancing waa temporarily sus
pended and all present repaired to the
supper room, where an elaborate ban
qaqt awaited them.
After eupper thera wa toasting
and speech making, pa ticipatsd in
by Mr. B. W. Hirah, Mr. Sam Hirach
and other prominent members of the
club. At 1:45 o'clock dancing was
resumed and cont aued until tbe the
tbe hour of dawn gave warning of its
proacb. It is timely to state tnat the
Memphis Club has recently greatly
increased its tuenibarship, and that
infusion of new blood promises well
for its future and lading prosperity.
FROM THE PEOriaE.
Jar Gould's C'onlrlbutloaa lo Hem
pliit. To th Edltori of tbe Appeal:
Ia.k for a email space in your paper
to correct an error that every true
friend of Memphis will regret I was
absent from the city yesterday. I
learned on my relurn that you were
favored with a visit by that benevo
lent gent einan and railroad magnate,
Jay Gould. I regret the mistake was
made of thanking Mr. Gould for half
the amount he actually sent.
He telegraphed me $3000 after
my appeal and told me t j keep on
WIIU kuo wuim Ml . n Au T " P. " "
and he wonld foot the bill. This was
September 5, 1879. WJtoout waning
tonear anything further from me, on
tbe 12th of Beptember, seven days
from the first donation, Mr. Gould
telegrephed $5000 more, making
J10 00O in place t.f $5000 as reiotted.
I hope this plain statement will
not eboek the sensibilities cf my
friends tf tbe Ledger. I feel tore, Mr.
v;s,,. ii.,ii:. nnUinairnr nf the
lead. 1 kuow the good c'.tizsns of
. .1 i i ur
merxipnis ieei iruiy rib i v -
--..i i i li. a.., -at in riir
uuuiu iur uis uiuuiu a4- ' "
hnur of trial and i tU ctiou. I hope
our papera win maae xne cow.nj
8 Howard Aeeociatiou report of
1879, page 21. Rery $,a81I;IH.
LrjKDBOBo's perfume, Edenis
Lundborf;! perfume, Alpine Violet.
STEAM AND DAWD PrMPfS,
STEAM FITTUfOS AND PIPE,
IIEtTIXG AJiSi PACKING,
A FINE LINE OF BREECH t M CZZ LE-LOADING SKOTGUNS.
ORGILL BROTHERS & CO,
FLOYD k CO.
(SUCCBSaOKS JO C. V. XBICH),
Glial, fibs ; fjueeiwai'e
Dinner, Toilet and Chamber Sets in Great Variety.
BAR GOODS A SPECIALTY.
aar Aat for She aelebratcel eilESWOOD VIIBIFIEI) CHINA, uptcUBy
adawlwl for Helfh, Ratanrant ami SIml)oH,Ta
MAMMOTH DIME MUSEUM.
Grand Success I Crowded Daily by the Elite of the City !
ONE WEEK O.VlY, COMHESiCUIO - i
OPEN DAILY FROM 1 TO 10 P.M. OPEN
First Appraraacs af the
INTERNATIONAL COHTGBESS OF OXANTS
Who war to appear here withhli ihew, bnt owlnr te betac' under eontraet to Mr. Rob
inion to appear at bis Muieum, were prohibitea from apaei'iar, bat will poii
, . tirelr appear ai ailvertiied. " Di)RT FAIL TO BBK TUKM."
3 FLOORS OF CURIOSITIESAND WONDERS 3
IN ORDER TO KBKP UP THB STANDARD 0? A1TRACTI0N3 IU OUR
We preient THIS WEEK, at an enormom eipenia, '.
DON FERREYIA'S AUSTRALIAN NOVELTY COMPANY.
lQo AimiSSTOy OI.Y l Qc
Hew Casts imoai tbe Cattle at tbe
ChicaOO, Iil,, Oclober 23. Ar
rangements were bfgua today for the
slaughtering tomorrow, if practicable,
of eighteen of the enpposnnly healthy
cows at the qusrantined Phoenix dis
tillery. One animal at the Chicago
dittillfry died today and three fnsh
casps of rliseasa among Morris steers
at the Piiamix distillery were dis
covered. Live Stock Commis-ioner
MeCheeney refuses to comply with the
cattle owcera' request to leave the ap
praisement of the quarantined cows to
arbitration. Ha said tbat when the
Live Stock Board is financially able to
pay for the rattle the appraisers will
be appointed by the board. All the
diseased arrivals at the Pbccnix will
Srobabl be slaughtered on Monday
one shown to be pleuro stricken will
be compensated for.
Trie Dlseaae In Pen I van la.
Lakcabtbr, Pa., October 23. The
Sla'e Veterinary Surneon today vi:
ited the farm of the Watmatier fc
Bethseda, this ouuty. where ai herd
of twenty cattle have been discovered
suffering f rorn pleura pneunoni. The
surgeon killed twj animals and inoc
ulated tbe remtindar. Two others
have already died from the d'sease.
Japaneae ltoyalty on Their Way
San Francisco, Cau, October 23.
Prince Homukalfo, ol Japan, and his
suite, who arrived here from Japan
the 20th instant, left for New York to
day. The party will vUit r?alt Lake,
Denver und Chicaio.
This powder never Tarlei. A marrel oi
purity, trenatb and wbo!eomenera. More
oonomloal than tbe ord'nar kinJe, and
eannot be old ia oompe'ition with the mul
titude of low t.it, ihort weicht alam or
phol'bte pnwdere. 8olb oni.t m Ci5I.
&01AL BAKlNPt PoWDSK CO.,
106 Wall itrvet. Mew lock.
ATORS, JET PUMPS,
SATURDAYS FROM 10 A.M. TO 10 P.M.
Olaala nf all Nations,
I K nerval Hl. IQc Exirw.
BE'OlUriOtS OP RESPECT.
Tnomaa' t. O'Well.
At I meetiaa of Braneb No. 35, Catholle
KnighU of America, beld tbia day at tbeir
hell, Sc. Mary'e cho.lhone. the followins
preamble and relutioai were adopted:
' Hjill or BaaNoa No. 15, )
Catholic Knights or AmaioA, V
Mf Uipbil, Teon., Ootober 17, 1884. J
WHiRiac, Our beloved brother, Thomu
J. O'Naa. hae, thruuth th infiuit witdom
of our Divine Father, been removed by
death from oar mid-t; and. wherena, the
Catholio Knichiiot Braneb No. 35 bavins
had in hit lifetime the eineereat reipeot for
their brother Koiuht, now in hi" death they
desire to testify to the purity of hl charae
ter, the probity oi b li.e and bia aniwerv
ini fideh'y to the trusts confided in him at
recretaiy and ae treasurer of Branch No. &
Cathoiie Kui.ht'ot Amer eat therefore, be it
Rtmlvrd, Tbat in hia death thii Branch
has l ai one of iit mont active and esteemed
members, a faitblut Catholic, a aood eitiaea,
and an affeo ionate ton and brother, worthy
of the respect and oonfidenea of bu fellow
Knightt. worthy of the tauera of thia entire
community, wqithyoi theatleetionihowereo
on him. by hit uarenta and brothers, and
fl.ihr,nn ihil h. hu htU'Ti aalled henoo
through tho inscrutable will ef Almighty
God, of a place anient the angelic hosts at a
Biting reward lor the parity and itainleei
ness of big young lite.
Rntlvd, ihat while our loig hu beea
very great, yet ise imparably greater hag
beea the- iobi nf hie ineonroiable parent.
We there'nre tend r to them in their irre
parable affliction our heartfelt sympathy and
condolence. , a
Rnoltmi, That these re'olutiona be spread
upon the minutes, Ih ta copy ot thia pre
amble and resolutions betranemilUd to the
afflicted parents of our lamented brother,
and ibat a copy bi incerted in the Memphis
Appeal. Adam and Av.Unch..RmlT
. A. W. UIHOINS.
' 'JullN J. 6UhiA
N. 6312-In the Chanoery Court of Bbelby
county, Tenn. J. 11. Btaart vs. Muttie
It appearing from bill which is sworn to in
this cause tbat the de endant, Mattie Stuart,
isannn-res dentol the Mate of Tennessee
and tbat the.ts a resident of the Territory oi
It is therefore ordered, That she make
her appearance herein, at the ooart house la
Memphis, bhelhy county, Tenn.. on or before
the first Monday in December, 18', and
plead, answer or asm ur to complainant's bill,
or the same will be taken for confessed as to
her an i set f r hearing ex parte; and that a
oopyof this order be published once a week,
lor four successive weeks, in ihe Memphis
Appeal. This 7th day of October, 1886.
. A coiiy attest :
S I McKOWKLL, Clerk and Master.
By T B. Caldwell, Deputy C. and M.
Hei B. Peters, Hoi, tor onmpl nt. sat
ISon Kesldeut Notice.
No. 6311 In the Chancery Court ol Shelby
county, Tenn. B. J. Blank et al. vs. John
6. Uoughetnl. . ,
It appearing from bill which Is sworn to la
tlis cause that the d' lendanis, John Stock
ton Hough and H J. M lio 'sh. his wife, are
residents of the State of Pennsylvania and
non-residents of the State of Tennessee :
It is therefore ordered, Tbat they make
their appearance herein, at the courthouse of
Shelby oounty, in Memphis, Tenn., on or
before ihe first Monday in December, 1SHS,
and plead, answer or demur to complainant's
bill, or the same wi 1 be t.ken fur conlessed
as to them, and set lor hearing ex parte ; and
that a copy ol this order be published onoe
a week, for fnur successive weeks, in tbe
Memphis Appeal. This 7th day ol October.
188ti. A copy attest: ,
8. 1. MoDOWbLL, CVk and Master.
By T. B L'a dwell, Deputv O. and M.
J P. Sykes, Sol, fo' corapl'nt. sat
DgPllTMSKT nr thi ITioa, )
Wa bin ton, October li, lf. f
SEALED PH POsALSwi'l be received at
this Department uutil 12 o'eleok m. No
vember 16. 18 6, lor lurnieatng the material
and labor required in completing the culvert
and otber work in the improvewentol the
llot Springs Keservation, at Ilot Springs,
Arkansas. Blank forms of p-oposal, speci
fications, ate , will be famished upon appli
cation to this Departmont, or to ePrja
tendent of Uot Spr.ags Hecarvatioa," Uet
bpria... Arkansas AiMAEi fc