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TAEOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Xo. 3d MADISON STEEET,
ii in receipt of a larger,
lected stock of CASSWEEES.TTORSTEDS, S11T1XGS
ana uveucuatijus, (all
uons,; mas was ever tnown in tliis market. The
iteck comprises the choicest designs, finest textures
aaa most durable goods In gentlemen's near.
Simples and Prices
wko kave left measures.
290 MAIM STREET,
in u mii pun
tiK RKWARD-For small skye terrier dog,
light blue bair covering tare and eves.
m LAP DK.RIMLK ST.
HOKS K Owner can have by proving prop
erty and iayivg charges.
PHILIP UK ANT, cor. Bealeand Orleans.
D. WBITE-24S Main, o"r. Jeffer-
J- bo ii at
Oflioe telephone 831; residonco 68.
CIISTERNS-Built and repaired and war
J ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and briok
lavr. Tcl-nrioon -Si. Tlins OUBWTNS.
STRAYED OR S3 0LEN.
1 I ORSE-
-B!a:k. with (mall white soot in
. one on hreast. And saHiIIa mnrlr
on baok ; about 16 hands high, carries a high
head. A liberal reward tor his return to
oorner urn audseventn streets, Chelsea.
Red cow, witi white spot In face, white
Spot on en oh flank. Will pay a liberal re
ward on her return to corner of Seventh
ana uaronna streets.
. MR8. KDQEB LEY.
MARE-One dark roan tony built mare
IS hands high. Return to Dr. WILLI
, lunu ana tie rewarded
TCLES On the night of Oot. 3d, 3 miles
east oi voinerviue, I OlaoK mare mules
one about four years old. In coed fix am
trimmed up, with little white spot under
jaw; mo omer, ten or twelve years old.
rough, and not so well trimmed. Reward
lor information, or return of mules to J. W
loung, jnempbis, or
V. T. PHICE. OnHierville, Tcnn.
ROOMS AND HOARD.
"TlESIRABLE ROOMS-Newly furnished
jr rooms ana ooara, u Market street.
ROOM Nioely Furnished Front Room
every eonveniencei at 142 Madison ft.
TTUIGIBLE ROOMS With snnerior hoard
XLt twoblockstrom Gayosn Hotel. 4.;3 Shelby
JAMES WASHINGTON, formerly oook a
the OavoFO, has been etnnlovsd as oa
terer lor 463 and 455 Shelby street, 2 squares
below Qayoso. where superb meals, with
prompt attention, will be served for $20 per
OOMS-Furnisbed, with board,
At tisiBhelhy street.
ROOMS-Pleasant furnished rooms, with
board, for ladies or gentles en. Terms
very reaaonanie. awuonrt Extended
TESIRABLE ROOMS-With board, at
i-J , 72 MADISON ST.
UL JAMBS HOUSK-58 Adams street.
KJ Hoard and lodging, so: day board. Si 50,
T5EATJTIFUL front rooms, single or en
J suite, furniebed or unfurnished, with or
wtrnnnr noird: nt.ierrnnma. im-iao "onrt st
10W A very tne four-gallon cow, with
v yuungoaii. IHA9. UC.I1A,
at south gate Elmwood Cemetery.
Of five rooms, on Rhnlhv
X St., with lo 3ti92 feet, for $2f
im ;o' ,u9i teet, tor sum. Apply
or A. J. MARTIN. 28D kain st.
OUKaANT PLACE-On Raybnrn avenue.
XU south of Broadway; frame house of 7
rooms, in nice order; 1ot92xl0 feet; no city
iVi.SfM Minis. r-AKH.fi K, or A
J. MARTIN, 239 Main street.
BED-ROOM jkd PARLOR FURNITURE,
Window Shades, etc., iutt received,
opeoial bargains this week. Wholesaleand
AMES. BBATTIE k CO.,
363 Main street.
TWO MULES AND DRAYS.
Address W., this office.
- OT Choiee Fort Plokering lot; no oity
-m xe. j-n. nijoun, jnain St.
nrtrjiloO FEET-Two blooki from itreet
'Jf ear line, southeast part of city, for
aoueec only; yd per loot.
M. T. O.
F RAMI Cottage, a eor. Rayburn nr. and
Georgia st. i lot 56x170, with a house of 6
ruviai, in gwa oruer. xnis is a onoioe piece
of property, an ean be purohased on easy
ujuuiiii nrunii oy paying part oasn. Ap
ply Miuter Parker or A. J. Martin, 280 Main.
RflAN Suitabid for family or Sunday
puuwi. nypij mi oa noeioo street.
PLANTATION On the Arkansas River,
SZ Linooln County 00 acres In high state
vi Hinrittfl; iw seres in traot
proved : steam gin, 2 large barns, 21 good oab
ins and bandsnme dwelling, 7 rooms, wlth20
stores lawn in tront, Lioeri terms. Apply to
MALLORYi i RAWFORD k CO.,
872 and 374 Front street, Memphis.
or J. 8 GARRETT. 8arassa, Ark.
HITJFICLD'S Oil, Vapor and Gas Stoves
for light housekeeping. 233 Second St.
roUSB AHD LOT The J. A. Hayes, Jr.",
renJenoe. No. 9t2 Vance street. Apply
W. O. HATE. State National BanV
CHEAP No. A Wuhlitui
JL- .asm Prei
d Press, for nlne-oolumn paper;
eW. Ttnanim ftt Nil. 37 llntnn mt
good as new. Inonire at No
"if. A. Jones k Co.'s.. one nioe gentle
bnggy MAKE that any lady oan drive
r ride per:
fMand 88 Market St.;
c. Kennedy! 47 Mosbv st
Sideboards, Lounges, etc.
AMKS..HEATTIE A CO.,
no an mam street.
CIUAMBSK'S FOLDING MACHINE-But
J little need, and in good condition. Ap
ply at APPEAL OFFICE.
THE lea: and fixtures of the St. EI no
-Hotel, Meridian, Miss, Twenty-five
oommodions rooms, within three minutes
walk of the Union Depot; large sample
room on the street next door ; now doing
6ood business and popular. Can be had at a
ariain if applied for within the next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Elmire, proprietor,
OLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
Senate Building. oocuDied by B. Low-
enstein k Bres.
must be removed at onoe.
JUHN KKI1), Uuilder.
"NTBAT COTTAGE Of six rooms, and lot
XI 2(10x44, 54 Dean avenue. Inquire on
C"UKAP-Une second-hand ROCKAWAY,
J nearly as good as new, at 103 Unl n st.
JEDA H i;ENCIN POSTS-For sale by
W. R. LARKIN, Laminsville. Ala.
OODLAWN S T ICK FARM- In thestud
one thorougbbri'd Running Horse; fee
t70m 0n.e Trotting Uorpe; fee, 810. One Jer
i'L '"J1. fee' P-M lfn Sal-30 llres,
3 Milch Cows, 15 hend Butcher Cattle, Pea
cocks and NewtouTdland Puns. Horses on
Sastare, 6 per month : Texas horse", lnp per
ay. Telorhone JOSEPH BU KftEY, 862.
KCRRAT St RIDGEXY, ) "
more varied and Letter se
this seasom'i Imports.
on application to those
BLACKSMITIl-First-clasa one wanted at
boo Main street .
AGENTS For a set (4) New CHRISTMAS
Rooks selling irotn 60o to $3. A new
agent soia me nrst wek, earning J28; an
other 6!l. From 1C0 to $200 can be made be
lore vnrisTinas Dy any one who can give a
ew nours' time eaoh day. Address CAS
tLL k CO. (Limited), 40 Dearborn street,
V At Nob ! and 10 Adams street.
C00?rJ "! V? good salary.
at 44 North Coart street.
By gentleman end wITa In itrl
family. Conveninnt tn Hr linf
must be first-oluSS. nnd l,rml mmlnrat
Address xiJ Z., this office.
MrT IVY, PAINTER To call at the M.
andT. R.R. Car -hops.
K( TEAMS AND TEAMSTERS To work
UKJ on levee at Austin, Wise. Will pai H
Eer day, or hire by tho cubie yard. 100 good
ands also wanted; will pay 1. 50 per day.
Apply at F. A. Jones 4 Co.'s stable, 61 Mon
roe street, or on the work, at Austin, Miss.
F. A. JONES A CO.
PARTNER With tiOOO capital ; money se
cured, or will give position and salary,
with interest on investment. Address
TINNER An experienced Tinner, who
oan do general work, and understands
uas, oieam fitting and rump work.
i rets i. b. niaa, tirownsville.
BOARD In private family for gentleman
and wife; good references required.
Address P., No. 4 Madison st.
EVERYBODY To know that the cole
tratid health-giving PINO BEDDING
oan be bought at 46 North Court street.
DAIRY To buy a dairy doing a good
businesj. Alio, man to drive wagon.
nuurepn 1JA1H.I, tnis Olhoe.
X Apply at Ui Shelby street.
ROOMS Two or three unfurnished rooms
d by two persons. Apply at Schilling's
uummnguiiuaBi auams street.
A OfcNTS-In every town to sell Pianos
r" .yraans. rmuuiv a UU., Wemphis
ljVERYBODY To call and see the cele-
-t oraieu uypsy iiairvoyant, at 177 Inird
an el., upitr rnpiar.
porter or house bnv: nan
give city references
rum t.ri, Appeal.
V OVSa MAN Experienced in Job Print-
" iio. iu west i;ourt street
niinojiaa-in every Btat in the Hi ion
t-ri I?('Ie5?'il l Aia i MANUFACTUR
inu r-aiAfciasjiMjiNT having several
prcuiALTixa inat are popular and easy sell
Ing. Oan be handled alone or in oonnectim
Si'foS.1??! JfPft'M- Address THE WM. B.
ri-.i..r nnnuril. ;u UAL.11MOKK. Ml)
( iHAMBERMAID-rWith good referenee,
DAY BOARDERSOr without rooms,
At 92 East Cnnrt itrnet.
STAMPING AND EMBROIDERING To
order in best styles at
uuyMb-Well lurnishod rooms, No. 81
a-w mnuen sree:.
POSITION-By a lady as music teacher, or
to teach young children English branohes.
DKiary expected moderate. Good home de
sired. Address "Teacher." Col umbns. Miss.
MAN An intelligent, earnest man to rep
resent, in his own locality, a large re-
rjiuumuis uuuse. a remunerative salary te
right party. Steadv nAsitinn H.f.Fan...
exchanged. American Manufacturing House,
16 Barclay St., N. Y.
1 (H tBS- FATHERS-Hihest cash
LJJJ pnee paid b GABAY. MAmnt.1..
ijiVJiKriiOOY TO KNOW-That I
Hi FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for
next thirty days for II 60.
243 Main sreet.
QLD GOLD A 6lLVltR-For cash ore,'
V change. MIILFORn. T.. ... uu.l.
At No. 17 Muling sti
lOTTAGE Three rooms, on llmwood
Apply at 36 Union st. JOS LENOW. '
HfSBC 1-Hr ni. BUT ninth -a (- K mwniul
NEAT BRICK COTTAGB-WithSreoms,
good ontern, No. 77 Pontotoe. Apply at
jio. ei ruriiuiwubT.
HOUSES TWO STORES
101 and lffit Rnhesna atrakt.
TftlNE RESIDENCE 7 rooms, stables, ear-
i..,,i.u, Dw. , a acres oi iana. suit
able for dairy or mtirbAt i.-. vnA -I I
and eistern waUr on the plane; two miles
south of oity. Apply to
a. J. BLACK k CO.. a Madison st.
TTOUSE-No. 213 I..nH.-.i. .(,...
iP" t?'11 n,lne 'oon and large yard; near
Miss Iligbeo's sohool, M. L. SELDKH,
. (7 Main street.
DOUBLE COTTAGE On Virginia ave
nne, five minutes' walk to street ears
new, cheap and convenient. Call at ltit Rey
bnrn for particulars. Mrs. E. L. WRIGHT.
ROOMS Niosly famished rooms
At 112 Monroe street.
At 32 Madisen street.
FURNISHED ROOMS With bosrd. "Ou
isineol peculiar excell e n ce." 121 Conrt.
4 B LEG ANT ROOMS At 59 Market street i
single or en suite, furnished er unlur
nished, good water, and near business.
lOTTAGE Seven rooms, on Walker ave-
' street oar line. Apply
at 36 Unfen street. JOS. LENtsiW.
TWO STORY BRICK-W Poplar, I rooms
and all modern conveniences. Apply to
Bergmann A Wegener, 285 Main street.
133 A?IS0&T?EET-New house,
XOO Apply at 32 Madison street.
PLEASANT furnished room for gentle-
i HI Washington : refer-ncereanired
QTORE-R0OM On Main street, dwelling-
nouse on Court street, ard several vaoant
lots. Add ff to H.. 11. KMnunirM I r.
GOODL0E, 38 Madison str..t
STOREHOUBE-Fonr story and basement
storehouse. No. 254 Front
MALLORY. CRAWFOKI) k CO.
R0iMflrWel1 fuished rooms,
( 10ITON I 'FFiCE A pply to K. M, Apper
Vyson A Co., N 0364 Front street.
HOUbE-220 Washington 8 . ; 7 rooms and
. bathroom. Apply at 13.3 Ponlar St.
No. lWMin Ktt
No. 2-6 Main Street.
No. 2117 M.i. (;-
Apply to JAMtS LEE, J., 4 Madison St.
R00M8-Two furnished or unfurnished
rooms at 40 Madison strnet.
tQLEQANT newly furnished rooms, bath-
wm., iujuire at no vourt street,
THE CHIEF SUPERVISOR'S
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE SUPER
TISOKS OF ELECTIONS.
The Only Object of the Appoiutrncnt
13 to f-ecure a Fair and
Humst l ltctlou.
Mr. Fiaccs Font.-cs', the Chief
Supervisor of Eire ions for the West
ern District of Tean8iee, has issued
the following instructions to the super
vieois appointed for the pending elec
tion: The Iualrncliuuis.
Pir At the election for which you
Lave been appointed and eommie-
sioned one of tbe supervisors, you are
by the laws of the United Btates
authomed and required to attend and
remain on the day of election at the
place of holding the election in your
voiiDK precinct, nom tne time tne
pol's are opened at 9 o'clock a. m
until they are closed Rt 4 o'clock p. m.
and aleo to remain with t!se ballot boi
nntil the counting of the votes is fully
It is your duty under tba law to
cuallenc any vote cll-ired bv anv car
son whute lejial qnaliflcations ti vote
you may aoiiir. ana to be and remain
where the ballot box is kept at all
times aftr the pollj are. opened on
election day until every vote cast at
the fluciion in your voting precinct
nas oebq c ,un;eu and until the can
vass of all the votes then and the:e
polled is fully completed, acd until all
the proper iequ:site ceitiilcatea tnd
returns are fully made cut end eigned,
no mat'er unuer wnat law such cer
tificiites and returns are equired.
V ou are required by law to person
ally inspect aud ectutinize, fr: m time
to time aud at all times on tho day of
election, the menner in which the
voting is done and the way and meth
od tn wtiicti tfce poll books are kept.
To the end that each candidate fcr
the ollice of Kepresetitative in Con.
grace may obtain the benefit of every
vuih tasi mr mm, you are uctter tne
law required to personally scrutinize,
count and canvass each ballot cast in
your election district or votinn nre.
cinct, whatsver may be tbe indorse
ment upon the ballot, or !n whatever
box it may have been placed or
found, and to make and attach to any
ceruucuif, Etiuemeni or return, by
whatever law required to be made.
any statfment touching Ihe truth or
fairness of tub election and canvass
yon may desire to make or attach, or
which should properly or honestly be
made or attached in order that the
facts may become known.
The better to enable you to dis
charge your du'iee, you ara by tho
laws of the United States aulhor.'zcd
and directed on the day of election in
your election district "cr voting pre
cinct, to take, occupy and remain in
each position, from time to time,
whether before or behind the ballot
b-x, as will in your judgment bett en
able vou to see each and every person
offering to vote, and as will best con
duce t j your scrutinizing the manner
in which the voting in being conduct
ed ; and at the closing of the polls for
the reception of votes you are re
quired to place yourself in Buch posi
tion in relation to the ballot bcx, for
the purpese of engAiiinc iu the work
of canvassing the baliots, as will en
able jou fully to perform all the
duties in respect to the canvass en
joined upon you as supervisor of
election, and it is further your duty
uuner me taw to remain in sucti po
sition In relation to the ballot box
and in relation to the ballots cast, nn
til every duty in respect to such cm
vass, certificates, returns and state
ments has been wholly comploted.
JI in tne election district or voting
precinct for which you have baen ap
pointed supervisor you are not allowed
to exercise and diecharge fully and
freely, and wilhout bribery, solicita
tion, interference, hindrance, moles'a-
a; l ... .
non, violence or tnreats tliereol, on
the part of any person, all the duties,
obligations and powers conferred unon
you by law, you will make prompt re
port; nn'ier oain to me, within ten
days aiur the day of election, of the
manner and meansby which you were
not so allowed to lully and Ireely ex
ercise and discharge the duties and
obligations required and imposed upon
you as such supervisor of election.
Under the laws of Tennessee every
person entitled to vote at the coming
election for member of Congress muBt
no a. years oi age, a citizen of the
United States and of tbe State of Ten
nessee, a resident of the State for
twelve months and of the county
wherein he may offer his vote for six
months next preceding the day of
election; and all voters are required to
vote in the civil district or ward in
which they may reside, except officers
holding elections, who may vote where
they are so engaged.
The election laws of Tennessee ara
such as to enable you, without ditti
oulty, to personally scrutinise, count
and canvass each ballot cast in your
election district or voting precinct.
Tbey provide that the counting of the
votes shall not commence until the
polls have been closed, and that when
the election is finished the returnintr
officer and judges shall, in the pres
ence of such of the electors as may
choose to attend, open tbe box and
read aloud the names of the persons
which shall appear in each ballot, and
that the clerks at the same time shall
number the ballots, each clerk sepa
rately. Xtie only obiect of the law
under which your appointment
as supervisor has been made, is
to secure a fair and honest election for
member of Congress, without regard
to party or candidate; and it is ex
pected that in . the performance of
the duties of this office, vour whole
course and conduct will be marked by
a spirit of consideration and respect
for the rights of everyone, and by an
unswerving and fearless devotion to
the important duties devolving by law
Chief Supervisor of Election for the West
ern mimcr, oi iennessee.
List of Snpervlsorg.
The following will be found a com
plete list of the Federal Supervisors
appointed to look after the election of
Congressman in this county. The
nrst name m each Instance as that of
the Democrat and tbe second that of
tbe Republican representative:
LIST OF SUPERVISORS.
First Ward -Pat Glllesnle end M. H.
Second Ward James F. Hunter and Wil
liam M. fimith
inird Ward r. J. Kellov and M. T. Wil-
Fourth Ward-Mike Reagan and Wm. R.
I Fifth Ward UJ W. M1U. VininF R
bixtn ward J. T. Jefferson and L. B.
Seventh Ward A. D. Hih.nn r,l
Eighth Ward-M. T. Garvin and T. W.
Ninth Ward-W. J. Chu n,l n,.l,ri P
Tenth Ward-A. K. Hanoock and J. W.
Ibe lion, tv m. a. Moore declines tv serve,
and somebody will havo to be appointed in
Fir.t Distriot-B. X. .HaTrell and J. D.
Second District-D. M. Witherington and
L. C. McCoughan.
Third Distriot-V.,1 W. Williams and
John B. Icining.
Fourth DistriotM. Wtt and A. Trotter.
Fifth District John Kl'tie and Hugh ii.
rixih D'striot-U'.iint) O.W. Stono, Bland
Fields ; (Raleigh) .Maivin Burrow, James
Seventh District (U:i rllcttl J. n. Black.
well, W. T.. lllcd(0r.
Eighth DisTiot ( Arlinstoo) Th . Artni
stesd, J. M. lrviiu-: (Lig Union) 11 T.
Brapg.Dick Can ado; illrunswick) Join,Wea
ver, 1'. English.
Ninth Dist ict (Ma sonic riaM) Granville
Allen, V. S. Marku (Fif herville) W. D.
KMeont, R. C. Kirk.
Tenth District-t (Mlierville) Dr. R. U.
Irby, John Linch; (Forrest Hill) D. R. Dun
lap. B- J. F. Owen.
Eleventh District-!Gorinanton) A. J.
Wright, K. T. Andc-son.
Twellth Dist'let-lOakville) Tom Pearson,
C. W. Hunt; (Grange Hall) James Allen, N.
Thirteenth Diltrict-Dr. N. F. Haines, C.
Fourteenth District-(Elinwood) W. P.
Oaither, Charles G. lUrluur; (President's
Island) Phil Nicholson, W. 11. Lioey.
Fifteenth District Eli Colby, S. II.
Siit-enth District -Peyton Slaughter, Rob-ert-AlcKenna.
Seventeenth Dlstrict-MeConnell's) 0. (1,
Ward, T. M. Bland; (Island 40) C.Elliott,
11. B. Ramsey.
Eighteenth District L. S. Lake, J. E.
A TALAIE OF ART.
KADOrF.!SIMJOr nVKD'N JEW.
A Drlllinnt Dl.lny of 4'ONlly
and Bare Npriiiien of
Orunm iitnl Art.
Byrd's jewelry store was thronged
all day es;erdsy by an arialorratic
and fashionable xsgdmblago of lady
visitor;', who camo to inspect the
many novelties which have been
culled by the entt-riirieirg proprietor
of this magnificent establishment in
the leading jewelry and art centers of
tuts country and i.uropo. The scene
presented last ninht wlun the
Appeal reporter called in, was one of
unusual splendor and brilliancv,
It is safe to say that at no time in the
history of the city have so many
beautiful objects been gathered to
gether within the confines of four
wal's. Eveiy nook aud corner of the
store, every inch of available space,
was occupied by s mo it; re specimen
oi toe leweler s sr;. or some unique
novel and graceful creation in brenza
or silverware or costlv bnc a-brac.
The soft light radiating from numerous
cbandelier.4 was relieve J back from
a thousand objects in silver and
gold, and the eye of the dazzlrid vis
itor dwelt lingeiiiigly upon the
many thirga of beauty presented to
his gaze. Throughout the length of
the store, on either s:ue, are ranged
vast cases ot class with rosewood
frames, containing on the one hand an
UDriva'ed array of Bilver article a of
every description, frjm the messiva
water pitcher to the daintv essr cup.
These are followed by a collection
of bronze aud polished brass mnntel
ornament", all of new and original
designs and most perfect workman
ship. On the ether side behind the
polished glesi of anoiher line of rose
wood cases are displayed the loveliest
oi piaquep, each one a tern in color
and drawing, Specimens of Raok
wood pottery of exquisi e finitdi also
embellish tbe shelves and delight
the eye of the connoisseur. Then
follow mantel ornaments of every va
riety and description, in marble, in
bronze, in burnished brass as bright
as gold, each embodying the expres
sion of some ntw idea in interior
On the count;r on either nide are
rows and rows of glaes casts, contain
ing a sea o( watches', chains,
bracelets, earrings, brefs'pirs, but
tons, d amends, pear's, and every con
ceivable object of peisonal adornment
of the very latet designs. In the
center of the store tbe eye is attracted
by groups of beautiful bronzes, one
being especially notable as an art
study. It represents a traveling
deivieb, perched on a camel, in tbe
act of accepting water from a dusky
maiden, while a male guide, with a
shepherd's crook, leans gracefully
against the camel's neck. The group
ing, the naturalness of the poses,
the perfect outline ' of the
figures, are marvels in their way, and
will repay careful scrutiny. An
Egyptian maiden in bronze, in the act
of touching the strings of a lnte, is
also attracting admiration as a picture
of grace and shapeliness. To go into
a detailed description of the many
beautiful things that are presented on
every side would require more space
than the limits of this article will al
low. The casual visitor coming out
of the dark into this brilliant
ly illuminated store might bs
pardoned for imagining himself
in Aladdin's cave, so bright, dazzling
and innumerable are tbe beautiful ob
jects around. No fair idea of it can
be given by any written description.
It must be seen to be appreciated and
thoroughly enjoyed, and the ladies
who crowded the store last night
seemed loth to go, and when they
did leave cast many a longing
glance behind. Tbe citizens of Mem
phis can jnstly lay claim to the fact
that there is now open to their in
spection at Mr. Byrd's store an array
of jewelry, diamonds, watches, silver
ware, bronzes, plaques, clocks and
other articles of an ornamental nature
that will challenge comparison with
that of any similar establishment in
the land, Tiffany's not excepted.
Of Miss Kate Castleton, who is to
appear at the Memphis Theater Mon
day next, the St. Louis Republican
says: "Miss Kate Castleton is poach
ing upon Lofta's preserves is 'dra
matic cocktail." Her actiag is like a
champagne fiz very delightful. Of
eouree she is a success. Her cunning
ways, her funny songs and vivacious
comedies, are enough to start an
audience laughing and to keen it
laughing for an entire evening. Miss
Castleton'a play of Crazy Pateh It ap
propiately named, being a hotch-potch
of songs, dances and amusing situa
tions. It is merely a series of oppor
tunities for giving new versions of
popular airs and burlesques of stand
ard 'unea-j- .
A. J. Knapp et or to A. D. Dicker
son, lot 101 Lane subdivision. 60 feet
front on Dupree street, consideration
S. K. Paine to K. Evans, lot 50x122
feet, Clay and LaKose streets, consider
R. J. Black & Co. to Julia Langs,
lot 23 A. 8. Brown's subdivision of lots
79 and 80, Willo Williams's subdi
vision, 109x49 f -et, Iletnando road,
CO'niderati jn $300.
F. Holmes and wife to R. H.
Weaver, lot 3 government survey of
the Chickasiw cpfsion, 1 60-100 acrea,
cors;dHra ion $l'2t;0.
R W. Moore to Jimmle Gardner,
lot 33 Shepherd & Moore subdivision,
40 feet front, Simmons avenu?, con
s deration $140.
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OF THE Al l I'M
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PRhPAKID FOR TODAY.
FourHajs' Fan at Vlekbburg Next
Week Track Talk, Tips
Yesterday was oue of surprises
to the turfites. All of the favorites
except one were beaten, and two or
three of them were not heard of frctn
start to finish. The bookmakers, of
course, were in high feather when tho
doy closed, and the spirits cf the
crowd drooped correspondingly. The
weather was as lovely as if it had been
specially ordered by the Jockey Club,
but the crowd was not noticeablv
greater than on the two preceding
days. The betting was lively enough,
however, tho rport excellent and the
day, as a wh le, a big snccoes. There
were five events on the card, ell of
thorn hctly conteeted, and the time
made, C3neidaring the track, excep
tionally good. Dawn of Day
won the fitbt lace iu good Blyle, de
feating the favorite, Litt'o Joe. la
the second race Ketio A. downed
Little Minnie. In the third Mona
was beaten by Annie Woodcock, a
very short horse. Wsrrenton, who
was oacaed by very few, won the
fourth race by a length. Potlicoat not
showing herself anywhere near the
ironr, aua in ice nuruie uuy won
In the first race, six furlong, there
were seven starters: donee, Duke of
CAnnaught, Dawn of Day, Simoon,
Frobus, James Muck and Little Joe.
The latter was the favorite, Bulling
even with odds of 2 to 1 on Dawn of
Day, who wbb second choice. The
betting was not lively, but nearly all
of those who had anything to btt put
it on oue oi tlio two named. After
several falsa starts they finally got
awav, with the bright, bias jacket of
tue I'liaeni uannatigut s jockey show
ing in the leal. At the top of the hill
Little Joe moved to the front, the
pair having it nock and neck to tlio
turn, the field bunched. Little Joe
gave way as they turned into the
homestretch, Dawn of Day closing the
gap between tier and the Duke, who
nau tne inside, and winning by a
length or more; the Duke second and
Tbe most excitircr fiuish of the dav
was furnished by the second race, iu
which thote were four staitera
Florimoro, Katie A., Little Minnie and
Lucas Giay Cloud being scratched.
In I he books Little Minnie was a de
cided favorite, though Kloriniore and
Little Minnie were both heavily
bscked. The race was uneventful
until the bunch noared the string,
when Katie A. and Little Minnie were
running neck, aud neck, 1 lot i more
moving every nerve in an eiljit to
pass them. In a short d;s'auce of the
goal her jockey deliberately pocketed
Little Minnie and came within a head
of taking the race away from Katie A.
The judges gave the race to Katie A. ;
T I I . M ' ! , IT... . , I . 1
juiuio nullum BBcunu ttuu laucas iniru.
A surprise was in Btore for the bovs
when the boll rang for the third
race, a mile and a sixteenth, the
starteis being Annie Woodock.
Ligan, SkobelofT, Lerov, (iov.
Bate, Taxgatherer, Emma Manley and
Mona. Too insiders bet their wealth
on Taxgatherer, getting odds of three
to one, and there were outsiders by
the score ready to bark Mona and
SkobelofT, but Annie Woodcock was
wholly forgotten, and really was not
thought of until the flyers neared the
string, Skobelofi and Mona having
kept the lead all the way around.
Making ha'f a dozsn superb bounds
Annie won by. a scant length, when
victory was within SkobelotT's grasp,
Emma Manly securing' third place.
The result of the fourth race wai a
surprise, and not a pleasant one,
either. The distance was six furlongs,
and Cuban Queen, Lisland, Tony
Pastor, Warrenton, Watch 'Em, Nico
llna and Petticoat were ready when
the starter tapped his drum, though
the start was bad one. Petticoat,
who was a crnshing favorite, was not
heard of in the race. Until they swept
around the turn it looked like a toss
up between L'sland and Watch 'En.
The former put in bis best licks down
the homestretch and seemed to have
everything his own way until within
twenty yards ot the string, when
Warrenton stole in winner by half a
length, Cuban Queen getting third
The favorite was for the first time
successful in the last race, a hurdle of
a mile and a quarter. The starters
were Hop Sing, Elocttm, Judge Bur
nett, Guy and Claude Brannon. Gay
was looked upon as a sure winner,
but the chances for accident in jump,
ing races are so great that be sold
even agninst the field in the auction
J tools. Hop Sing got away in the
ead, bat lost ground by an unfortu
nate stumble at the second hurdle.
Guy led all the way round, Hop Sing
catching up and obtaining second
money, Judge Burnett third. Claude
Brannon fell at the last hurdle.
New Memphis Jockey Club gronnds,
Wednesday. October 8, 1888. Third
day of the fall meeting. Weather de
lightful, at endance light, and betting
Judya. John Overton, jr., T. II.
Milburn and Oapt. Williams.
Timer: E.R. Hsrt and 8. 8. Brown.
Starter. D. W. Woodruff, of New
' FIR8T RACE.
Belling. Pnrse, 1250, of which JV) to sec
ond: those entered for J1H00, weight for age;
allowances, 1 pound for each (100 to 11000,
2 potsnds for each 1100 less. Six furlongs.
E. L. Oarmichael's b m Dawn of Day (103).
6 years, Osark-Lotta Moore Farral 1
A. B. Goodwin's b g Trobus (t), 3 years,
Long Bow-Lissie Harden Beck 2.
Geo. Iflannigan's bg Simoon ('.'5), 5 years,
Alge'ine-Nannie fl Joh"son 3
J. 0. Mnrtiny's bg James Mact (1031.5
years, Olenlym-Chignon Urlftin 0
Pawnee Stable's oh h Duke of Cnnnaught,
(tl, 5 years, Ramadain-Fannie McKay
Wm. Bridgrs's b g Cloneo (ion), 3 years,
Fletcher-A. thoria Ostium 0
Caiuplisll A Fenton's b g Little Joe (07),
aod, Conoord Susie Derby Covington 0
Foil tWrf. Clonne, 10-1; Duko of Con
naugtit, 10-1; Hewn of Day, --I ; Simoon,
6-1; Trobus, 10-1; Jamos Maok,2Q-l; Little
Purse, i'!00, of which V) to second; win
ners of a ra'.'o of tho value of i-w this year
Tailor and Importer.
Cor. Second and Mtrton
5 pounds ""; horses not having won
race at this .""'n:, "ur or mnro races
this year, er a " 1"J value this year,
selling purses i ' spied, allowed 7 pounds;
oiuor uorsos oeai -m f--iiBim)Qr izto.,
and not having wol.' '"""o tf any kind since
July 20th, 10 pound.'- "Inc May 14th, 11
pounds; since May 1st, Is Pounds: maidons,
4 years aud upward, 25 p.oundi. One mile.
8. 8. Brown's l.lk f Ratio A. (!J, Hyder
All Jennie Rowlett 1
Lomasney Bros' ch f Little M.'nnie 10,3
years, king Alfonso-Miranda 2
L. R. Kotchum's ch c Lucas (fj), 3 yn.-,
yaustus-Lady Ho.lless kf 3
T. 11. Stevens's hr f Florimoro (V), 1? years,
lime 1 :4.vt.
I'o'l fWttV Florimore, 3-1; Katie A., 3 1;
Little Minnie, 3-5; Lucas, S I.
Pure. 9:150. of which siro to M,..n.i. a r...
handicap. At ileum! Ihreo-sixtuenllis.
T. II. Stevens's b f Annie Woodcock (100),
4 yesrs, ItilUt-taloniol I.linson
Letnasney Ilr. s'. ch g bkohel ft (Itnii. (i
years, llront iitt-MarvFumst Will,,,,,,. 0
uray 111 s. cn m Mnuia ftlanloy (lint), ti
yosr, St Martin-riccly .li bnson ..llurris 3
D. 1. Pulsifor's brg TiUKathorerdlUl.iiicl.
1 iiiimrarv-llncv Joiins.m is,pi: n
C. 11. Bracken's bg Lemy (00),, S years, Al
lan l'inkertou-Sour tlonrt Snel len 0
Campbell A Fenton's ch g Ligan tli.1), 5
years. Bob Wnoley-lda May....t.'oving on 0
A. 11. Good win 'sch g Gov. Hate (MO), II years,
Long How-liottio McGruder Junes 0
6. S. Brown's ch m Mona (105), 6 years,
Buckilon-Monoinnnia O'llurii 0
Poll ihldt Annie Woodcock, 0-1; Llsan,
5-1: hkobeloff, 4 1; Gov. Hate, :i 1; Leroy,
110-1; Taxiiatlicror, 3-1; Kiuma Maolcy. S i;
Purse, $310, of which l')0 to second; a freo
hurdlo handicap. Mile and a quarter.
G. M. Rye's ch g Warrenton (107), 4 years,
uaiidurm'-Kisa MeUitick Stuval 1
Nick Becker's ch 1 Lisland (110), 4 years,
Licton-Miss Crossliimi Ilsrrls 2
P. Corrigun's ch t Cuban 0.ueeu' (10!), It
years, Strathtnore-lliawasse SI0110 3
Wm. Mulky's ch g Tony Pmtnr (10) , 5
veers, Billy Melbourns-Nollio Bly
T. II. Stevens's b g Watch 'Em (101), 4
years, Watson Whiigig Johnson 0
Jas. Sargent's bg Nicolina (00), 11 years,
Count Lagrnngo-Sweot Bay Warwick 0
LcmiiMiey Bros, b f Potlicoat (102), II years,
Alarm-Lady Scarborough Williams 0
Pant Otfia Cuban Oueen. til: Lisland.
4-1; Tony Pastor. 2-1; W amnion, S-l :
Watch 'Uui. 10-1: Nicolina. 10-1: l'oltlmiat.
T. II. Stevens's b g Guy (140),aged, Narra-gnnsett-Chignon
J- Barklcy's b c Hop Sing (140), 4 yuars.
Virgil-Marv Martin Huston 2
Joe Albrink's b g Judge Burnett (ilVj),nted,
tiucKUon-Joscpluno nodding third .1
May k Co.'s b g Slocum (125', 0 yuars,
Glnnolg-Dnt llnnoic 0
John Thayer's br g Claudo Brannon, (I II),
ageu,uucKuen-Miiuo ne.iding Level O
Pout (Wo'.-llmi Sing. 2-1: Slocum. 3.1,
Jutlse Burnett, 4-1; Guy, 2-5; Claude Bran
non, 3 1.
Ybsteuday was a day of surprises.
Lkuoy keeps at it.
Foi'K good races today.
Tub fox hunt was not inspiriting.
Only one more day after this.
Cai't, Sam Brown runs his nans to
LiTTi.H Jon's legs wore not long
Katik A. had plenty of admirers
Quitk a nnmbsr of ladies wore out
Sam May goes slow, but the horse
he rides runs fut sometimes enough
00 to win.
Annib Woodcock stole it fiom
Tira-Phil Lewis. Ovid. Efiie II.
JiiHTU B Cuoss was a quiet looker-on
Sam Tatb, jr., didn't care a rap
Tub track this week is at least throe
Ybstirdat'b tips didn't count. It
was an off day.
Ma. DisMtjKBS, of Rives, is taking
in the meeting.
Annib Woodlock was a bonanzi for
Gov. Bats doesn't seem to be feel
ing woll this year.
Tni lion. John Johnson has! a seat
on the grand stand. -
Katii A. was ridden by Mr. Sid
Tboudadoub Is here, but will not
stait at this meeting,
In the second race yesterday the
first half mile was made in l&OJ.
C. A. Stainback eyed the book
makers and took it oat in ga easing.
Thb favorites today are Petticoat,
Rose, Emma Manley and Sir Joseph.
Ciiarlib Lockb backed his judg
ment on Katie A. for a pint of pea
Wuxuats didn't show bo much as
tbe hem of his Petticoat in the fourth
Tug racing grounds could not be
better arranged. No detail has been
Hop Sino nted to fall down at the
first hurdle, but he is getting to be a
Tbi dust flaw yeBterday into the
eyes of the spectators and tne pockets
of the bookmakers.
Col. Tkbadwbll went it blind, and
was one of the few lucky men on the
grounds in consequence.
Thbhi will be no more racing at
Mobile. Capt. Sam Brown has pur
chased the ground for a training track.
Judos Walkbb lost two exciting
finishes while engaged in relating one
of bis namerouj thrilling adven
tures. P. E. Hopkins wears a double mag
nifying eyeglass, but he knows bow to
pick the winner just the tame when
the race is over.
O. H. P. Pifbb, who returned from
California a day or two since, was
warmly greeted when ho put In his
boL Coi.kh.an goes out for the sake
of tbe sport itself. It costs him what
he pays at the gate. He don't try to
make it back on the first race.
Fox 13 were nnknowa in this neck
of thi woods until 1875 when Mr.
Ben Bingham and others captured a
dtzun or more in Middle Iennessee
and turned them loose in tbe woods.
For stveral years afterwards they
were hunted every spring and fail
with a choice pack of loxbounds.led by
"Frank." Amorg those who took
the ketnost interest in the sport were
Mcb its. J. W.Alley, Dr. John E'skin
and James Higeis, deceased', Kd.
Weils, Diik M'on, lien Bingbani, A.
D. Gibsjn and oiheis. The coer i
S nO!!TFM lJf ALI
not gnod for them here and they Lavo
eariyall besn exterminated.
I'oolii oss Todai'a Kwrutm
Fint 7iiiry Selling, mile end a
Leroy (!$) Watch
Monack (8,"i) $,
Steond Jtace. For two v t.r
three ntianers of n miln. 'l(ri.o frwti'
Slid, WicUaw.y (107) $1, Ovid (107)
Thirti wire Handicap, wile heats.
Mia If.. (9S) S?5, Dauaman (8.S) $11.
War fSiya ( 100) $12, Ammo- Aiucley
oiri Kiuv Gayoso Hoter stake,
mile and a tuiatter. 8ir Joseph (119)
WHopodwlo (115) $8, Warrenton
ItncluK at Vlciksbiiric.
McssrH. W. K. IWnder and N. J.
Bozjinski of Vicksbnrg, Mtss , were in
the city yesterday talking with turf
men, their purprea Iminir to gat as
many entries as no-siMe for the) races
which begin at Virksbtrg next Tues-
day. Thoy met with conmdernhle en
courage mt nt, ami have been promised
ehout sevet.ty-llve hone's already.
They have a good half mile track iind
a grand stand with i oeating capacity
of :0t0. The grounds were purcliiwed
aud Iked up a year ego, and ara situ
ated about a mile und a half from
Vicksburg, the rnilrral running with
in a few Btoiis o! the main entrance.
Tho fol owirg is Mm piosramme, be
ginning Tuesday, November 2,1:
TiuhIhij. FitB'. rtice: Hall mile
daah; puibb $.00. Sicmd racm
Seven-oiKhtiia of a mile: puisa $125.
$125 to eectnd. Third race: Mile
bents; purse $200, $50 to second.
II ciliuxdf. First r.tro: Cive-t IkIiIIis
milu tin ill ; pure $125, $25 to second.
Second tnre: Ooeanil onti-sixteeuth
mile dash; puree $lr0, $25 to second.
Third race: Tlirce-qtiarn'r mile hcatB;
purse S175, $f,l) to s.oud.
Thursday, Firat nc.s: One mile
dash ; puiea $125, $23 to second. Sec
ond race: Miln and au eighth dash ;
purse $150, $25 to eocoild. Third
race: Half mile boa's; purss $150,
$25 to Brxond.
Friday. Kiret race: Warren county
homes half mile daah ; purse $50, $1 '
to second, Sexond race." Novelty race,
mile and a quarter dash ; $25 to tint
quarter, $t.r) to first half, $25 to first
three-quarter, $25 lo first mile, $25 to
litBt milo and a quartor; purse $125.
Third race: Citiaens' purse, mile
heats; purse $400, $100 to second.
Races commence at 2:30 o'clock
p.m. Entries to all purses free, unless
otherwise stipulated. In all races
three or more entries required to i'l,
or tlm race may be declared of!.
Eo trios close for the first day's rac
ing at 5 o'clock, at the ollice of the
secrotary, at the track, the evening
preceding; thereafter, (30) thirty min
utes after last ra?e each day.
By paying & per cent, of the purse
tho owner can withdraw his horse.
The Biard of Managers reserve the
right to change or withdraw anv un
closed race on the programme. Timely
notiue of change or substitution will
be glvon. Races to be ran under tho
American Hieing rules. Horses dis
tancing the fluid in heat race receives
lirst money only.
The scale of weiahta will be aa fol
Half a Mile. Two years. 95: three
years, 113 ; four years and over, 118.
1 iirce-qtiartert 0 a Af us, Two years.
100; throe years, 113; four years ana
Oi- Mile. Two yearc, 95; three
years, 109; four years, 118.
One Mile and a Half. Two years, 78 ;
three years, 107; four years, 118; five
years and over, 120.
In races of Intermediate lengths, the
weights of the shorter distance are to
be carried. In beat races, five pounds
allowed from tegu'ar scale of weights.
iLe oince.s oi the meeting will beat
Executive Committee E. 8. Bstts,
president; K. Martin, vloe president;
T. A. Marshall, jr., secretary.
Board ot Mananeri.,. S. Butts, I.
O. Carroll, E. Martin,. W. K. Bender,
8. P. Metsger, N. J, Bsziinsky.
Follow it up and you will come
out a sure winner.
GO TO MAY'S FOR
Fall Underwear, Skirls,
And anything in Famishing
Goods, lie has the best stock,
the largest assortment, and sells
finer goods for less money than
any other house. Do not fail to
see his stock, and save money In
The prettiest hats and bonnets, all
new. are to be had at lowest prices at
Lavlgne's, in Odd Fellows' Building.
Five Nights and Saturday Matlmto Coa
meaeing SOSuaT, MOV. 1.
"Idol 0 tbi Taos Lovikq Publio,"
Miss Kate Castleton
And key Famous Company of Coaeiiaas la
Brilliant Masto I Ludlcroas Sitiatloil
I long for yon to feel my palie.
srPaU on sale Saturday,
Eugene Robinsow's Museum.
Open Dally from 1 until 10:30 p.m.
Open Sutnrdeys tr im 10 a.m. to 11 P-Ds.
Crowded Dalljrby Ijie Ute sr Ibe CH
P. T. BAHNUM'S
CONGRESS OF GIANTS
AND A HOST OF WONDERS.
DO lEHRKTKa's. w
A I KALIAN (SMSDTt'O,
In our beiuUtilBijou Theater.
le ADM iS ION'TO ALL 10
Reserved S-ats 10 Ultra.
T EATH.KR BOX Containing dray re
I J oei'iti. I.iv at this offi-'sand le, Iy
I11,'"icot S-'O, Phil Lewis
(95) $2, Probns (90) $2, Jim Nave (92)
Louise (91) ill. Rnh Hmrr,n, torn
'Eui (97) $2,