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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Ho. 88 MADISON 8TBEET,
ft la receipt of a larger,
lected stock of CASSIMEEES.WORSTEDS, SITTINGS
and OVERCOATINGS, (all
Hons,) thai waa ever shown in this market. The
stock comprises the choicest
and most d arable goods In gentlemen's wear.
tff Samples and Prices
who have left measures.
290 MAIN STREET,
Hew Stock Open for Inspection
LAST TWO PERFORM ANTES,
TUESDAY A WEDNESDAY HIQHIS.
. THE BASIC QCESH.
ssarMagnilioent Scenery, Costumes. Ets.-
A8 THE MAGIC QUEEN.
Monday. November 1 KATE CASTLETON
in tbe "Crazy Patch."
Eugene Robinson's Museum.
Onn T)a.ilv from 1 until 10:30 D.m.
Open Biturdays Irom 10 a.m. to 11 p.m
Crowded Dully by the lite of the Clly
CONGRESS O f GIANTS
AND A HOST OP WONDERS.
Al sTKAtlAN rOXKDKO
In our beiutiful Bjou Theater.
lOe ADMIS ION TO ALL 10c
Reserved Seats 1(M Extra.
GRAND DERBY BALL
At Exposition Building,
TIICKSDAY MIGHT, OCTOBER 88
aarThis will be the grnndest event of
the season. Adw,lwlon. at 4IO.
Jpr RE WARD For small ikye terrier doc
teti light blue hair covering 'ace ana e'oi
4Krt LAUDKRDA1.B ST.
IAMOND H AIR-PIN Will be rewarded
tnr the return to
MISS MAUD APPERSOS, 175 Gayoso it
LEATHER BOX Containing dray re
oeipU. Leave at thii offioe and bo re
ROOMS AND BOARD.
"DOOM Nieely Famished Front Room,
-LV every convenience; at Hi Madison it.
ELIGIBLE ROOMS With superior hoard,
two block from Gayoso Hotel. 463 Shelby
TAMES WASHINGTON, formerly oook at
fj the (Jayoso, baa been em ploy. d aa ca
terer lor 453 and 455 Shelby street, 2 squares
below Oayoio, where superb meals, with
prompt attention, will be served for 120 per
OOMS-FnnsUhed, with board,
At si sneioy street.
ROOMS-Pleasant furnished rooms, with
board, for ladies orgentlenr.en. Terms
very reasonable. .rfWSi Court Extended.
DESIRABLE ROOSlS-With board, at
72 MADISON ST.
T. JAMES UOITSK-68 Adams street.
Board and lodging, Sf: day bosrd, JH50.
TJKAUTIFUL front rooms, single or en
J suite, furnished or nnfurnished, with or
without hoard : ntrerrooms. im-nih i-omr st
BED-ItOO M and PARLOR FURNITURE,
Window Sha'es, etc, iust reoeived.
Special bargains this week. whotealeand
retail. AMES, BEATi'lK A CO..
3o3 Main strest.
TWO MULES AND DRAYS.
Address W., thisoflice.
7 OT Choioe Fort Pickering lot
uit, limsuwi z,v mam st,
Ofi nXltO FEET Two blooks from street
: 4JJJ car lino, southeast part of
" oheap houses only; S3 per foot.
M. T. G
Tj'RAME Cottage, on oor. Ravbnrn av. and
X1 Georgia St. lot 55x170, with a house of 6
rooms, in good order. This is a choioe pieoe
of property, and oan be purohased on easy
mommy payment by paying part cash. Ap
ply Mintor Parker or A. J, Martin, 28Main.
RGAN Suitable for f..mily or Sunday
sonooi. apply at OA uesiee street.
FINE Horse and BuggyHorse one of the
finest in the oitv: anv ladv oan drive
him. Bnggy almost new Woodruff A Oli
ver make, will sen separately, it desired,
Apply at 44 ONTOTOO STREET.
PLANTATION On the Arkansas River,
Linooln County 600 acres in high state
of cultivation ; 1610 mes in tract: well im
proved: steam ain. 2 large barns. 21 rood cab
ins and handsome dwelling, 7 rooms, wiib 20
acres lawn in iront. Lir.er.il terms. Apply to
MAI. LORY. CRAWFORD & CO..
372 and 374 Front atreet, Memphis,
or J. G OARKTT. Sarassa, Ark.
HOUSE AND LOT-60x160, near Main St.
oaa be bad at a bargain. Apply at
2S7 GEORGIA ST.
HITZFKLD'S Oil, Vapor and Gas Stoves
for light housekeeping. 233 Second St.
HOUSB AND LOT The J. A. Hayes, Jr.,
raridenoe. No. 362 Vance street. A poly
to W. Q. H4TB. State National Bank.
CHEAP No. 6 Washington
Proud, fi.p nltiAtnnl limn Iran...
good as new, j nqnire at No. 37 Union st.
AT F. A. Jones k Co.'s., one nice gentle
buggy MAKE that any lady oan drive
or ride perfectly safe.
RESIDENCR-Nos. 86 and 88 Market St.;
in avod repair: lot 57i xl4s'. Apply to
M. C. KKNNEDY47'tfoUy et.
JJ Sideboards, Lounge., etc.
AMUS, UKATTIK & CO.,
No 353 Main street.
C CHAMBER'S FOLDING MACHINE-But
J little used, and is good condition. Ap
plyat APPEAL OFFICE.
THE leare and Axturea of the St. Elmo
Hotel, Meridian, Miss, Twenty-five
commodious rooms, within three minotes
walk of the linien Depot; large sample
room on the streot next door; now doing a
Eood business and popular. Can be had at a
argain if applied for within the next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Elmira, proprietor.
OLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low-
enstein A Bros
nt he removed at once.
JOHN RKID, Builder,
NEAT COTTAGE Of six rooms, and lot
200x44, 54 Dean avenue. Inquire on
ClUEAP-One second-hand ROCK AWAY",
J neariy as good as new, at 103 Unit n st
1EDAR l;ENCiN4 POSTS-For sale by
J W. R. LARH1IN. LarSinsvllle. Ala.
WOODLAWN STOCK FARM-Inthestuif
one thoroughbred Running Horse; fee
tX. One Trotting Horse; fee, III). One Jer
sey Bull : fee, fi.0 Foa Sali ! Horses,
6 Mlloh Cows, 15 head Butcher Cattle, Pea
eoeks and Newfoundland Pops. Horses en
Suture, S5 per month : Texas horses. lOe per
y. Telephone JOSEPH DVKHJtfi Hi.
M CURAT RIDGBXT, )
more varied and better se
this season's Imnorta-
designs, finest textures
on application to those
MARE Owner can hare y proving prop
erly, paying charges. Apply to Jin Gril
ls ro. wnkwray . near KanswslMtyJunetion.
telephone nimber l "68.
CMSTERNS Built and repaired and war-
ranted. Iaventor of the Sanitary Port
land cement rump, uontrsntor and briok
Inver. Telephone KM. T110S CUHRINS.
AfULES On the night of Oct. 3d, S miles
j. ' L esst ot uoiiiervuie, z black mare mules :
one about four Tears old. in aroed fix and
trimmed np, with little white spot under
jaw; tne otner, ten or twelve years old.
roush, and not so well trimmed. Reward
for information, or return of uules to J. W.
loung, Memphis, or
W.T. PHIOE. Oollierville, Tenn
STRAYED OR S10LEN.
MARE One dark roan pony built mare,
15 hands high. Return to Dr. WILLI
FORD and be rewaided.
MARS From my residence, 39!) Union
street, one dark gray mare, 3 years old,
about 14 hands hish, lisht gray spot on left
hip. Return, and be rewarded, to
. J A. FOR 1 EST t CO.
ROOMS Suite of nicely furnished rooms
lor two gentlemen. Addre-s R, Appeal.,
BOARD By gentleman and wife in prl
vate family, oonvenient to ear line;
must be first-olaes, and terms moderate.
Address X. Y. 'I,., this office.
MR. IVY, PAINTER To call at the M.
andT. R.K. Car .- hops
Kf TEAMS AND TEAMSIERS
UUoi levee at Austin, Miss. Will
per day, or hire by the cubio yard. 100 good
nanus biso wanted; will payfl.buper day.
Apply at F. A. Jon., A Co.'s stable, 61 Mon
roe lureoi, oi on tne wora, at Austin, miss.
F. A. Jl
COLORED BOY From 13 to 15 years old.
Apply at 343 Vance street.
PARTNER With $5000 capital ; money se
oured, or will give position snd salary,
with interest on investment. Address
T. W., this office.
AGENTS For a set (4) New CHRISTMAS
Books selling from too to S3. A new
agent sold 48 the first week, earning $28; an
other 69. From $1(10 to $200 can be made be
fore Christmas by any one who can give a
tew hour,' time each day. Address CAS
bLLL A CO. (Limited), 40 Dearborn street,
Apply at the Oayoso Hotel office.
MAN AS JANITOR German preferred,
oi good habits and not afraid of work.
Apnly immediately to Eugene Robinson,
Robinson s Museum.
TINNER An experienced Tinner, who
can do general work, and understands
Gas, Steam fitting and Pump work. Ad-
ress T. E. GLASS. Brownsville. Tenn.
CJ.OOD WOMAN For general housework;
X no washing. One reliable anddvell rec
ommended only need apply to 80 Bealest.
FAMILIES Far m nra R i )t
land, long leases, and support to make
first erou; none but small ; amifies, who do
j y iana. long leases, anri tunn.
tuuir uwu wura, neeo apply. Address
B. B. WADDELL,
Care Steamer Kate Adams,
BOARD In private family for gentleman
and wife; good re'erences required.
Address P., No. 4 Madlaon st.
EVERYBODY-To know that the cole
traUd health-giving PINO BKDDLNG
ean be bought at 46 North Court street.
Al o, man to drive wagon.
DAIRY, this office.
J Apply at 148 Shelby street.
n ENERAL AGENTS For Zo'l's Eno
VJI clona-dias. 1. 1
T. ELLW00D ZELL, Pui
YOUNG MAN In Kahn Freiberg's Dry
Goods Department. Only such as had
some experience and fir.,.ni... r.fMrnnj..
ROOMS Two or three nnfurnished room
hv two nersens. Anniv.t rinhillin'.
Boardingbonse, Adams street.
A GENTS-In every town
to .ell Pianos
X-L ana ursnns.
HOUCK ACQ., Memphis.
Iji VERY BODY To call and sea thecele--LU
brated Grnsv Clairvow.nt. 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
QITUATION As porter or houie boy: oan
YOUNG MAN-Experlenoed in Job Print
ing No. lOWest Court Stroet.
SALESMEN In every State In the (!r ton
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT h.in ..r.l
Sr-goiALiiM that are popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in connection
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
PRICF M ANl'Frt. CO.. BALTIMORE. Ml).
HAMBKRMAID-With goad referenoe.
DAY BOARDERS Or wiihoutroonss,
At H Fast Court street.
TAMPING AND EMBROIDERING To
order in belt styles at
ODMS-Well furnished rooms. No
WANTtD Ladies, local or traveling. A
wonderful entirely new specialty for
ladies only; $1 daily easily made
no painting; particulars free,
LITTLE, Box 44S, Ch eago. 111.
POSITION-By a lady as mus'C teacher, or
to teach young ohildren English branches.
Salary expected moderate. Good home de
Bired. Address "Teacher." Columbus. Miss.
MAN An Intel ligeot.earnest man to rap
resent, in his own Innulit. a larrn re
sponsible house. A remunerative salary to
right party. Steady pesision. Referencee
exchanged. American Manufacturing II juse,
18 Barclay St., N. Y.
1 flHl i LBS- P FATHERS His best cash
LKjyfyj pneepaidby HABAY. Memahie.
EVERYPODY TO KNOW-That 1 wil
FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
next thirty days for $1 50.
243 Main sreet.
LD GOLD A MLVHK F
nhn Mlir.Frmn .!-
V UK For i ash or eg
A fairy lost a nrecionn rharm
To keep the rosy gums from harm,
To keep from teeth decay and death,
To sweeten and porify the breath
This charm the fairy lost a mortal
And Sozodont 'tis called on earthly
RAPID RAIL TIME.
NEW ORLEANS TO MEMPHIS
How President C P. Hantingto
Skims Orer His Roads In
A special train which came in over
the Louisville, New Orlransand Texis
railroad yesterday made, perhaps, the
iasieet long run tvft accomplished on
any r'outhern railroad, U-xting and
proving the excellent condition of the
the treck of that company be
tween Memphis and New Or
leans. The train consisted of one
rullman co3ch. the car of the direct
ors r f the Csntral Pacific railroad, and
the iEaquenn, Mj. Edwurds's private
car. There were on board President
U. r. Huntington and family, General
Mansttf-r J. m. iidwarrtB, and others
Tbe tram left New Of leans at 5:30
o'clock yeeterday morning, anivicg at
Vkksburp, a distance of 235 mile, at
ii:ju o citcg. Lieauuung oo m nutes
for stope, the actual runnicg time
from New Cleans to Vicksbuig was
o ncurs acu o minutes. The journey
was resumed aft? r a stop of 3 minutes
spent in inspecting tbe new shops at
vick burg, and the party crossed
Jackfon street in South Memphis ex
actiy at t o cicck, making tbe -'
miles from Vicksburg in 5 hours and
54 minutes. Deducting 51 minuti
for stops and delays, tbe actual run
ning lime was 5 hours and 5 minntes.
The total running lime for the entire
distance oi 455 miles was 10 hours and
10 minutes, or a ttifls less than 45
miles an boar. The total time con
sumedon the trip wai 12 houisand
30 minutes, and, f it the first time in
their existence, New Or eaus papei
were delivered in Memphis on tho
same day of their publication.
Iron Mountain Orcaulzatlon
At a meeting held in this citv ves
terday tbe following gentlemen were
elected directors of the Iron Mountain
railroad of Memphis: R. J. Morgan
Napoleon Hill, 8. H. Dunscomb, W
H. Moore. L. B. McFarland. J. B,
Ribinton. The directors organized
by tbe election of Judge Morgan for
president and L. B. McFar!and for
The Inn Mr nn tain Railroad of
Memphis will from this on be tbe
name of what has heretofore been
known as the Bald Knob Extension
Fom Bald Knob a line will ba bnilt
to Carthage, Mo., connecting Memphis
with Gould's Kansas and Missouri.
and throwing open to the enterprise of
our mercDants miles oi railroad
from which they have been hitherto
shut ont. It is estimated that the
comp'etion of the lion Mountain
from Bald Knob here will bring into
Memphis next year at lean 100.000
bales oi cotton tnat now goes to at.
By tho new road Little Rock will be
fifteen miles further than by the
present ronte, but the ofllcers promise
to make up lor tnat lay a better track
and shorter time. Altogether it is
safe to say that the enter pi ise that
was christened yesterday will be of
incalculable value to Memphis.
Hempnls and xtirinlna;hain.
Mr. 6am Tate, who was in the citv
yeetetdiy, reports the heavy work on
this side of, Birmingham, on the Mem
phis and Uirtmngbam railroad, as pro
gre-siDg veiy favorably. It is the
heaviest ever done in the Sontb. but
rapid progress is being made, the fores
now employed numbering nearly
31X0. Mr. Tate has been obliged to
give a great deal ot his time to it per
tonally, and is. therefore, intima'elv
acquainted witn an its details. A dis
cussion of the new lioe to the Ala
bama coal fields naturally led to a lit
tle talk about Memphis and Birming
ham, and aout the recent deal in
Pratt rniuing stock, in which Mr. Tate
ws largely interested.
"(Japital is pouring into BirmiDC-
nam Dy tre minions," said Air. Tate,
"and tne time is not la.- on wben its
rts?nt papulation of some 25,000 will
9 Quadrupled. It is hnnnrt t.n hn a
city of not less than 100,000 people in
tne near luture. Property Is not
worth what it is in New York, but
one piece I remember sold the other
day for J 1000 a front foot. That is the
largest pr ca ever realized. I believe.
and tne case too was excep lonal, the
ground being so situated as to be
peculiarly valuable, lie re one block
has not tbe same excessive value over
another es adjoining blocks must have
in Birmingham by virtue of the lay of
tbe land, nut, alter all, Memphis is
the plaee to keep an eye upon.
Gould's visit here will do a great deal
ot good, i am told he had an
idea that Memphis and Cairo
were both situated pretty much
alike, and that he expressed himself
as agreeably disappoint d, and was,
in fact, even complimentary in ail he
had to say about tbe place. President
Clark, of tbe Illinois Central, becomes
enthusiastic wben he talks of Mem
phis. Nettleton and Huntington ba e
backed np their judgment, and let me
tell you, now, wben you find such a
quartette ss Gould, Nettleton,
Clarke and Huntington figuring about
Memphis it is about time lor the old
inhabitants to bs waking up "
'Yes; lhat was a g;;od big deal,"
Mr. Tale continued, in answer to a
question about the Pratt mine". "The
stock, yon know, was put at $2,200,
000. and as soon as it was consolidated
with the Teoneseee Coal and Iron
Company the btock was increased ti
$10,01)0.000, the starting pries being 4(i
cents. It has gone np to 72 and will
go to par before it stops."
Gould at HI. l.oul.
On the arrival of Mr. Jay Gould at
St. Louis Saturday he was Interviewed
by a O lobe-Democrat reporter with the
"You have completed your toar of
inspection, Mr. Gould?"
"Yes," responded Mr. Gould,
laughingly, "and Capt. Sbackford says
we have traveled 50U0 miles without a
scratch. Tbe trip was very satisfac
tory to me," continued Mr. Gould.
'We went directly from St. Louis
to Kedalie, and from Sedalia
to Nevada over the new line,
the Nevada and Minden, which ex
tends to Cbetopa, Ka?., snd opens op
rich coal mines filled with an almost
inexhaustible supply of gas coal.
From Cbttopa we went west over tbe
Denver, Memphis and Atlantic, and
then over the Fort Scott aud Wichita
to Wichita. We also made a trip
over tbe new Council Grove and Sa
lina line, and inspected the road
which is to give St. Louis the most di
rect shoit line to Salina. We next
went to Kansas Oily."
"What was tho object of your
"Principally to personally inspect
our new system of tracks tkrcuith the
streets which are being put dawn for
the accommodation of the owners of
warehouses, and those defiling to
build them, thns obviating the great
drawback of cartage. From Kansas
t"i tV VM want In T JBV.nnnl. IIaIiI-
- - - -v. . vm w ui iu, uwui I
son, and thence through to Lincoln, I
Neb., over our new line recently com
pleted from Weeping Water to that
place. From Lincoln wo wont to
Umahs, where we are constructing a
belt line around tbe city, which will
give the Missouri Pacific the most
complete and valuable facilities of
any road there. After leavirg Omaha
a trip was made over the entire line
of the Central brsncb, onr special
tratn going rnrouirn to the ex reme
end of the line. From there we came
bac k to Kansas City, visited the Lex
ington coal mines, and went to Seda
lia over the Lexington branch."
"What was the object cf your visit
to mempnis; .
"It was to look a'ter termi ns.s for
tbe Bald Knob spur of the Iron Moun
tain, which will be corap'eted to Mem
phis at an early date. We also visit
ed the Pilot Knob mines and I waa
greatly intereeW in and amply re
paid for the visit by a Cireful icspec-
tton oi tne remariaoie granite deposits
"How did you find the physical
condition oi your lines.
very goou. Batr than I ever
saw them. We are using a great deal
of stone ballast and are putting down
much heavier steol thau formerly,
ranging ' from sixty-three to seventy
five pounds, in order to accommodate
the heavv motive power and rolline
stock. We are now equipping the
Missouri Pacific with ramUrd en
gincs, a piece ot o.,e will fit any of
tne otners, aaa oui.aera csn at any
t me supply any part on short notice.
Tbe large growth of traffic and abso
lute necessity of having motive power
always teaay lor use neceesitates this
Railroad rontrnrs Awarded Cut.
unit and Mhooilug In Klosaah
ISrgOlAI. TO THB AFPBAL.I
Bibmingham.'Ai O, tcber25. In
telligence was received here tdayof
the award to a Birmingham party cf
tbe contract lor nuiuiirig the twenty
seven miies next the city of the
Georgia Central extension from Good
water. litis IB nearly half the lice of
load bed graded by Mr. 11. F. Debar
deleben from Cahaba river toward
tho city, and before iti complet'on
the Georgia Pac lie road has been
bought by the Central Pacific. It re
lieves them of some of the heaviest
work that the present contract would
have had to cover.
A special to tbe Age from Gad?den
says: Fr.diy night, in Briscoe's cave.
ttowab county, J. a. Waits s ahbed
K. O, Gilbeit in the bowels five times,
killioe him almost instantly. One
dollar aud a half claimed by Waits ss
a debt of Hubert s to him caused tbe
fracas. Waits was j lilod at Gadsden
Also, in iuowan county, a man
tamed Abies got drunk, went to
the house of a widow named Connor,
and, being refused admission, foreed
his way in. shot her in tbe nick and
killed her. He made his escape.
Over Game Of ('raps la Noutti
At other murder was committed
over a game oi craps Sunday evening.
James Jones and Henry Buford, two
ot a crowd of darkies playing the
game, on Carolina, near Fifth stroet,
Fort Pickering, quarreled about the
result of a throw, and in an instant
Jones had drawn a pistol and
shot Bu'ord through tbe right lnng,
Buford rote to his leet and ran teveral
hundred yards'! when - he fell ex
hausted, dying in abont twenty min
ntfs. Jonea held those who would
have seized bim at bay with his pis
tol and making bis way to tbe river
bank, seized a skiff and paddled away
to the opposite sbore, taking to
tbe woods. Sergeant Kunholz
and Dallas Lee win1; in pur
suit of him and caught
sight of him in a field but he laughed
wben ordored to surrender and es
caped in the thick brush. Officers
Armstrong and Bandolpb, who had
cro.'ssd tne river higher up, after
ward saw the murderer as lie
was streaking it across the
open, and leveling a double barrelled
e ho gun at him 'Armstrong ordered
mm to nau. lie surrendered at dis
cretion. A pistol with onechamhnr
empty was found on bis person. He
said the shot was fired in self defense
from a pistol snatched from another
dnrky.but witnesses dac'are he slapped
Buford and then shot bim.
t'lianrerx Court Ellatt, Jnd(e.
For Taesday. October 26th, court
will continue hearing of cases undic
posed of and announced for trial on
VteaurM. English vs Thomas, de
murrer sustained; bill dlsra'ssed
without prejodice; egler vs. Ccrrgill,
receiver denied ; Davis vs. Livermore
Foundry Company, injunc'ion dis
solved; Woodruff Lumber Company
vs. Brooke, demurrer overuled.
Vecriei Danenbower vs. Train.
Mason vs. Anneraon. Kiwe'.l vs. Hern-
don, McClelland vs. Sigler, Hi 1 vs.
Walker, continued lor term ; Norris vs.
Marquis-, dismissed: Avers vs. Amy,
complainant's death suggested ijWhite
vs. Moriar y, supply pipers; D.ivis vs.
Livermore Foundry Company, in junc
tion dissolved: DeForrest vc Green-
aw, deliver Me sick note; S'ate vs
Butler, report of September 20th ton
firmed ; State vs. Jacksin, petition to
rehear filed; Winters vs. H'ggins, re-
reiver denied; Aliuo vs. Cole, rale;
Irby vs. Mckvibbon. final ; Lticatini vs.
dins, reference renewed. Case of
Miies vs. Greenlaw on trial at adjourn
Circuit Court-Katea, Jndge.
Jury calendar for to day : Nos. 0052,
on trial ; 00!)5, Jas. B. Franklin vs. Ac
cident Insurance Cimpsny; 9103, T.
H. Hellmnn vs. Kans's Citv, Spring
Hold and Memphis Iia'lroad Company ;
9100, R. J. Black A Co. vs. E J Slack ;
9114, State ol Tennossee ex re). Bart
liffvs. Aug. Iloltlmfer; 9120, W. C.
Schwalmeyer vs. F. Benseick ; 914!),
Taxing District ys . W. A. Bickfnrd;
153. same vs. Harlow uaw; ins,
Theo. Iieed vs. 8. B. MuLemorej 81)70,
M. Sheridan vs. J. H. Stafford; 8751),
W. L. Crawson vs. John B. Hill : 8705,
Divlcenzo vs. Berbers & Frick;
8302, W. A. Smith vs. W. O. Dar
mcdy; 8930, W, 8. Robinson vs. Wil-
ams 5t Go.: 1)010. waiter uavis vn.
Memphis and Arkansis City Packet
Company: 9017. Amelia Johnson vs.
Tom Brown ; 8992. M'B. Ann Lagrill
Dr. il. J. Sluw; vvii, J. m.
Cheshire vs. P. M. Pat'e son A Ci. ;
9104, Hansner Oil Works vs. W. B.
Mallory A Co.
L. E Roystor et ux, trust deed to
Samuel Hirjnb. trustee, t- secure the
Memphis Building and Savings Asso
ciation in tbe sum of (400, 25x101
feet on north aids of Union street.
E. Orgill et al to John W. Gurrin,
lots 25 and 20 cf II T. Rose subdivis
ion, north side of Monroe street; con
Snbsctibe for the "Appear
OCTOBER 2G, 1886.
INTEREST H 'FHEUI
DEEPLY FELT ALL OYER WEST
now lie is Regarded Abroad-An
Important Meeting Election Su
a representative ot tbe Appkal
who hs just returned from a tour of
West Teuneesee, taking in all of tho
principal towns, fonnd a general inter
est manifested in the result of the con
test In this Congressional district.
There are few who ate not fullv
posted about thn remarkable can vats
made by Mr. 1'helan befoio the con
vention, and everywhere a warm ad
miration fjr bim and a keen sympathy
baa sprnrg up Men who do not
know bim except by reputation, and
who therefore can have no personal
interest in bim, feel as anxioun to see
luna sucre s'nl as if Ihev had known
and admired him from boyhood
Those who speak t f him and of his
canvass era not entitled with a mere
"tope he'll got there." but are vigor
ous and emphatic in t lie express ou of
tneir owr to nave him sucteed
Anyone who bad takon such a trip
must bsve been impressed with this
a thing rather unusual. Commnnlv
those who take an interest in polities
have enough to do to attend to the
s Hairs of their own district, but in
Mr. Phelan's cse, it is rate to say the
contest is being eagerly and anxiously
waicneu Dy tne whole ct wet Ten
nessee; that there is not only cu
riosity to anow wnat tr.ecu coirie will
bs, but a deep desire to bavj the re
sult favorable to him, and what is
more, there is a belief that the Demo
crats of the Tenth mean to elect bim.
With them there seems to be a airt nl
bond between him and Memphis. The
u tuy, iu vmoious itrowio. i s won
derful revival, its business nolicv
which is fast becoming aiurresiive.
seem naturally to suggest a discussion
of Mr. Phelan, who embodies all of
tne requisites necessary for thoproper
representation of such a cily In Con
gress. Mr. i'lielaa was already known
through his active work in behalf of
national aid tithe improvement of tbe
Mississippi, and that he should have
been selected as the candidate of the
Democratic partv bv a district whrwa
chief city was to much interested in
that subject seemed to them perfectly
natural and proper. The published
reports of his speeches throughout
the district have been eagerly rad,
and have done their full share toward
awakening interest in Phelan, ol
Judge Hammond's Appointment.
CincfiT Court ni thk Umrgn Sttxh, )
WKSriRN DlHTRirT AV TlWVuti (
To the Hon. K. S. Hammond, Judge of the
I mted Mates District Court for the said
Western District of Tennessee:.
Sib Applications have been made
to me in writing pursuant to law for
the appointment of Federal Super
visors t) guard and scrutinize the elec
tion to be held for a member of Con
gress for the Tenth Congressional Dis
trict of tbe State cf Tennessee on the
2d day of November next, and I, by
reason of other engagements, being
unable to discharge tbe duties in the
premises imposed on me by tbe laws
pertaining thereto, do hereby author-
izi ana empower you to act in my
stead and to do and perform every ju
dicial amy connected therewith in as
full and ample a manner as I could
do if I were present and acting in the
Done this Hi day of Ootobtr, A.D., 1W6,
IlilWUT.I. !. UCL-dou
United States Circuit Juilio for the Sixth
uuuioiai circuit .
THR KCDKSAL SL'PIKVISOB.
Jc hub's CiiAiinitRH,
Unitkd Statkh Cikci'it Court,
llowii.r. K. jA(tVHii!i, Judge.
Nasiivii.i.b, Tsks., Coluber Z, IHSfl,
The resignation, of Luke. K. Wright
as Chief Supervisor of Fectiona for
this Judicial District is accented, and
Francis Fentress is hereby appointed
one of the Commissioners of this court
and Chiel Supervisor of K'ectlons to
till the vacancy occasioned by the said
United States Circuit lodge.
H S. HAMMOND,
United States District Judge.
Important Democratic. Heeling;.
The friends of tbe Democratic ticket
State, county and CongresMosal
held a meeting, largely attended, yes
terday evening at No. 10 Madison
street, at which tho following proceed
ings were had:
On motion, Mr. Noland Fontaino
was made chairman and K. F. Adams
Tbe following oommittaes were ap
CO MM ITT BBS ON FItf ANCB.
Main atreot, north of Madison E.
Lowenetein, James Riley, S. 1. Mc
Dowell, W, G. Cannon.
Main strest, south of Madison It.
J. Blsck, Gilbert Raine, I. N. Snow
den, John Millen.
Front street, south of Madison-
John K. Speed, Dennis Smith. J. H.
Front street, north of Madison E.
L. McGowao. Georee Arnold. J. T.
Madison stroet - W. D. Bethel). John
John'OD, W. Ii. Moore.
ileal street Charles Knev. L. Law-
horn, Dan Schloss.
On motion, the following eentlemen
were appointed a committee on clos
ing stores: W. W. Schoolfieid, W. B.
Maiiory, Joe ader. K C. Buchanan.
John S. Toof, John S. Sullivan and
On mo ion the following committee
was sppointed for the citv at lp.rtre:
Holmes Cummins, Newman Krb,
Mike Burkf. R. B. Pecram. Malcolm
Pat'etson, John J. Shea and J. J.
IN. rOftTAlNE, Chairman.
E. F. AnAHg, Secretary.
The I'onrteenth District.
A meeting of the Democrats of the
Fourteenth district was held at the
Hernando Curve last evening. Gen.
A. J. Vaughn presided and L. La-
Grill, jr., acted as tecretary. The fol
lowing committees were appointed:
Committee on General Work, such
a Getting Out Voters, etc. Will
Biorco, Karl McGowan, Hum Patter
son, V Harkixana, D. W. Collior, Mat
O'Hearn, J. Tsylor, J. S. Wells, K. W.
Porter. J. J. Williams, J. 8. Mitchell,
Jim Gray.rolored.Sam Martinxolored.
Steve Williams, colored, John Fisher,
Uapf. Forrester, 1'oil Jones, J, W.
itrusb, tins Jordan. W. T. Hunt. Mc-
Tighe, J. T. Jordan, D. W. Scales.
Uommittee on Work at the l'olm
Earl Whitford, John Pierson, Will
Barrett, Tom McGowan, Chas. D?n-
man, L. D. Adams, John Garrett,
J It Whitsetr, II. L. Punch, John
Heinrich, A. J. Harris, W. Burnett,
Ed Josie, John . Fdgington, Rivers
Groves, W. Dunn, Phineas McGowan,
Walter Talbert, J. H. Lsnow, J. B.
Hub lies, Tony Caziretta, L. Carter.
flack and li us Committee George
Rubacb, jr., Gus Schnler, Tom Mc
Bride, Carl Bierce, Will Gai'her, Ed
Dale, B. A. Whitsett, Chas. LeClerc,
A. B. Barthlomew, Cap Webb, P.
Mannlgin, L. LaGrill, jr., Bob Snow
don, Fred Lucarlnl.
. . A. J. valuuan, Chairman,
L, LAGaat, ;a Secretary. 1
Tailor and Importer,
um7r,rti fTOCaX la hi complete. The Large t, Choleert and
"0.,iifl?.,I.h,T" LT,r offeree, la Memphis, consisting of all Us
XaZfHfX T""f om tinus, woitsrEua niH
rANTAMMiNS rn great variety, 4)1 ef the LATEST DESIGNS,
Introduced by the Leading Importer of Rngland. Franoe ana Ger-
.i.. -'' . uaaaae -M.aaa.
Cor. Second and Jefferson
THE HACKS TODAY.
THF. Ofll.OOK rilBTHIS WEEK'S!
MEET IN 4 1.
Pool Nolllng at the Peabody l.aat
Algbt Tbe Prnirramnie Very
The fall meetinstof the New Mm.
pais Jockey Glub, which begins today,
pionusea so oe a greater euejrss thau
any previous autumn meetirg given
in this city. The country people are
Dusior man usual, but the attractive
programmes scattered broadcast
through every hrgpatb. in the sur
rounding States have done their work
effectually, and if the weatlieris favor
able the club may expect large crowds
everyday, ihe s'ablis quirterod at
the track are among the best in the
country, and the contests in nearly
every one ci tne evouta prom sa to
be cloe and hotly contested. The
sporting men are taking a deep inter
ist, and promise ti make the fun
whether too crowds turn out or not.
A glancs at tbe programme for today
will give the lover of the turf an idea
of how much faith there is to be
placed in thoir promises. The stakes
are all large enongh to mae thorn in
teresting, and tne assertion can be
ventnred tbat the pooling will be ex
The Memphis and Charleston rail
road, which gave excellent service
last year, will do even better at this
weok's meeting, and promises tho
club every facility that could be rea
sonably expected for visiting and re
turning from the track. Tbe drive
out Union and McLean avenues is in
excellent condition, and those who
have vehicles of their own will find it
a delightful way to reach the grounds.
pec ml arrangements have b.en
mads for tho comfort cf the ladies,
whose presence is especially desired.
Instead cf the bard plank benches
forinetly used, comfortable chairs in
sufficient number for all ' have been
revldod. Following is the programme
or today :
Firtt Race. Five-eiuhtba of a mile.
Ovid (107), $10: Faster (107), $25;
Volcano (100), 13; Nina IL (107), fti;
Virginia (97), o.
becond JCace. Ihreo-quarters cf a
mile. Stlckaway (77), 1 : Dawn of
Dy (109). $3; Hattle Carlisle O04).
t&; Mona (115), $'J0; DoiBinan (90),
$1; Climax (110), $30; Gov. Bate (90),
$1: Brilliant (95). $4: Finalilv M1''i.
ru; unke ol Uonnaught (103), $3;
iMs vi)t -i , av jjor Jautuiaa uuni,
2. i '
intra liact. Hoven-etgtitiis of a
mile, Belling. Bjb Swim (110), $12;
Watch 'Em (101), $4; Monarch (100),
$2; TonyPastor(104),$7; Twilight (09),
$1; Violin (108),:$5; Leroy (10(1), $2;
Little Joe (100).$7; Petticoat (106),$:'0.
Fourth' llace. Mile and an eighth,
Peabody Hotel handicap. Mona
(110), $20; Wsrrenton - (100), $5;
Jim Nave (95), $3; Ligan (98), $17;
Emma Manly (98), $10; Grey Cloud
(95), $45 ; Barbara (93), $0; Hattie Car
lisle. (93), $0.
Filth liact. Steeplechase, shoit
course. Slocura (143), $3; JudgoBur
nott.(KI), $4 ; Anrohan (143), $7; Hop
Sing (140), $3; Claude Brnnnon (1)
A Winter Meeting;.
New Orleans Picaifune: Leon La
tnothe has been for several weeks
past negotiating with tbe Louisiana
Jockey Club for the use of the fair
grounds course for a winter meeting.
It is said tbat he baa been successful
and the required permission will be
granted in a few days. This will bo
good news to local lovers of the turf.
and the many who profit by the pres
ence of the race horse people. The
sale of the Mobile track to S, S. Brown,
as private training quarters, will make
New Orleans sought after as a winter
resort by racing stables, and a number
bave already written to know if there
will be races heref with a view of com
ing down as soon as tbe fair racing
Noith is over.
Rare Noteaj i.
Big fields to pick from today. .
Tim track is in prime condition.
Cait. S. 8. Brown is ln.the city.
C. Enhisiit, of Louisville, is on
Bap Soi.abi, of Now Orleans, Is in
ths city. l
Capt. G. Wash Floyd will take in
Thomas E. Saok, of Kansas City,
will back h's judument.
A mono recent arrivals were Owen
Jamison and John Thayer.
Cmkton Bull, of Denver, Col., is
among the turfites on tbe ground.
Thomas Qihnn, B A. Brady and II.
Landerman came in from Lexington,
Brack ktt's stable arrived from Hel
ena yesterday with Nina B., Barbaa,
Leroy and Peacock.
. Amomi the jockeys on the ground
are Jarnea Bond.Htovull, Thos. O'Hara,
Farrell, Kichardson, Cooper, Coving
ton and Downing.
The Itaoea Totlay
Will be inaugurated by a grand old
English fox hunt, under the super
vision ot uapt. J. W. Alley, ihe
first aportof the kind ever introduced
on a race track in America, two
brace of hounds will be loosed at
once. Tbe fun begins at 1 :30. Races
at 2:30. Trains on the Memphis and
Charleston railroad at 11 a.m, 12
noon, 12:30 p.m., 1 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 2
p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Dinner lor those
at tbe fox hnnt only 50 cents.
Tbb Bradstreet Agency reports 198
failures in the United Stat is fur the
week eniting Oa'ober 22.1, avainst 149
the previous week and H(i in the
sjme week last year, 234 in 1884,200
in 1883 and 141 in 1882. Canada bad
22, against 24 the previousiweek. Too
total in the Doited Slates from Janu
ary 1st is 809r), against 8994 in a liks
portion of 1S85, a decline of 898. la
1884 tbe total was 8717, in 1883 it wS
7817, and in 1882 it waa 6677.
Lundborg'a perfuar. Maicbal Kilt
"issi lin to my customer and
I OC14. at my
An extravagant extravaganza by
this tit o was produced at tne Mem
phis Theatre last night by a company
of sprightly young women with
abbreviated skirts and man with odd
and vericated costumis. There is no
plot, but a (tries of aged chestnuts,
abortive puns, cheap pa rio'.ism ana
nvxed mimical selections. 'Ihe
"Mugic Qitoo," Miss Blsnche Cur
tisse, is a tall and shapely
blonde, and while she has little dra
matic power, it may also be said that
Bhe wears htUe clothes. Miss Gar
trudo Corysfort has a very sweet aad
well trained voice, the only one in fact
in the company, and was
cordla'ly encored. The scenic ef
fects are all good, especially those
all ordt d by the costumes of tbe young
women. The closing tableni, bow
ever, is worth waiting for aud well
repays one for the strain of the
play (?) itself. It is perhaps the
most slrikingly beautiful novelty ever
seen on tho Memphis stage, intoxicat
ing in its love'iness and an excellent
apology for the abomination that leads
up to it.
ADDITIONAL Bl VERS.
OrrtcB Siqnai Sbrvicb, U. 8. A.,
Mauruis, October 25, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 75" meridian
t'me, which is one hour faster thau
I R se Fall
Feet. lOthn lOths 10, lis
Cairo 4 4 1
Chattanooga.... 1 2
Cincinnati ...... 3 5 - 2
Davenport 4 3 4
Dubuque.. i B 1 1
Firt sMUlth 18 1
Helena 4 M
Keokuk 4 13
Ls Crosse 4 9 2
Leavenworth... 5 3 2
Little Rock 1 4
Memphis 4 1 1
New Orleans.... 2 7 1
Omaha 0 4
Pittsburg 5 7 1
St. Louia 6 6 2
St. Paul 2 5 4
Shreveport 6 6 2
Vioksbarg 2 g
CiNCTHMATr, O.,0ctober 25. Night
River 3 feet 4 inches on the gauge and
falling. Weather clear and colder.
Louibviixb, Kt., October 25. Night
River stationary, with 3 feet in tho
canal and 10 inches on tho falls. Busi
ness fair. Weather partly cloudy and
St. Lodis, Mo., October 25. Night
River fallen 2-10 feet, and stands 6 2-10
feet on tho gange. Weather cloudy and
cold. No arrivals or departures of regu
ViecsmjBa, Miss., October 25.
Night Departed: City of Netches,
New Orleans, 4 p.m. Owing to low
water and danger to navigation, aha
only runs by daylight
Oaibo, III., October 25. Night
River 4 feat 4 inches on tho gange and
rising. Weather cloudy and turning
cold. Arrived: City of Vicksburg,
Vickabnrg, noon; City of Baton
Iiouee, St. Louis, 5 p.m. Departed:
D. K. Powell, Vickabnrg, 1 p.m.
NEAT BHICK COTTA(1U-Wlth5rooms,
good siitern, Mo. 77 Fnntoton. Apply at
No. HI PONTOTOC ST.
101 and 103 Robeson street.
T.MNH RESIDENCE-7 rooms, stables, oar
X1 rlage house, eto. i S3 acres of land, suit
able lor dairy or market garden; good well
and eistern water on the pleoe) two miles
south of oity. Apply to
R. J. ULAlK A CO., 42 Madison st.
TTOUSR-No. m Lauderdale street) new,
ij. witn nine rooms and large yard)
Mist Iligbee's sohool.
W. li. tSULUI-.c
m Main street.
DOUBLE COTTAGE On Virginia av.
nue, Ave minutes' walk to street cars)
new, oheap and convenient. Call st ltiO Hay'
burn for particulars. Mrs. K. L. WK'UUT.
ROOMS-Nioily famished rnomi
AtlU Monroe street.
T WILL KKNT MY RKSIDRCE-Oa
1. Thomas avenue, containing six roams anal
kitchen, with a good well and cistern, stable,
eoal and woodhnuse. The lot is Uoi'JjO feet,
lull of Bowers, shrubbery, eto.
f 'will also sell all mr Furniture, con
sisting of lied room and I'arlnr Sets, one
l'iano, Carpets. Kitchen Furniture, eto..
Coal and Wood. 1 will sell In part or ia
lumps. Apply on premises.
min. Aunna uabuinu.
C1KNTRAL 8 room HOUSE, cheap, to re
liable party. Apply at Ml Main strset.
At Xi Madison street.
TjURNISHED ROOMS-With bosrd. "C
J? Isine ol peculiar excellence." 121 Court.
4ELEUANT ROOMS-At 59 Market streets
single or en suite, furnished or unfur
nished, good water, and wear business.
KOOM A furnished room,
A t art Union street. .
OARIlNHllUliSK-No. Socond st.
J3 next to Wsior Works rfSce.
II . L. OH ION, lDMadlton st.
1? At US Court street.
JrURNISlTEDTOdMS-Sultsblefer two or
' three gentlsmen, at fiO Monroe street. .
Seven rooms, oa Walker ave-
KJ nue, on Elmwood street car line
t car line, i
at !W Union street.
Poplar, u room
and all neilern conveniences. Apply to
lierguiann Ik Wagener, SVi Main street.
IsTOTsON r-TKEKT-New house.
Apply at .12 Madison strret
L)LE ASA NT furnished room for gentle
Jr ii en ; 111 Wssjmigton : refermcerenuicej
CTORI-'KOOM On Main sir.ei, uweiung-
a house on Court itreet, ard several vacant
ots. Annlv to K. U. SNOW DEN or J. L.
yUULILitlfc, W maoisonsireo.
Four story and basement
storehouse. No VM r root street.
iii.tntv. PHAwrouli A CO.
Well lurnished rooms, No.
XV Linden street
C10TTON t'FFlUlii Apply to ai. Appr
son 4 Co., NrlVVtFrnnt street.
ffOUSE-22e Washington 8 .: 7 rooms an
bathroom. Apply at 1:13 Poplar St.
No. m Mala Street.
r-o, o mam oireei.
lo. r7 Main Street.
AMES LEU, Jr.. 4 Madison St-
"roonsst 40 MadisnjUyej.
I li'LatsAfi a nwiy iuru-j rz,ZZi'
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