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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1S8(.
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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Ho. 38 MADISON STBEET, ,
li In receipt ( a larger,
ated stock of CASSIMEKES.TTORSTEDS, StITlXGS
aad OYEECOATIXGS, (all
tion!,) thai was ever ihown
itock comprises the choicest
a
aad meit dsrakU goods In gentlemen's wear.
t6g Samples and Piicet on application to those
who hire left measures.
ej
2S0 IAIN
TBEET,
-HAVE
, aO 0 I H 11 I ,
New Slock Open for !
NEW AUCTION HOUSE.
" JT7 E would rest entfully announce to th publio that we have oponed an Auotlon House,
VV and will conduct the General Auction Bueineas, at our old stand, o. 105 malu
Ml reel, in the Webster Blook. Having ae'ured tne servieea of Maj. J. R. JioDON ALD, the
well known Auction Saleinao, Who hnaalong exnerioree in the auction business, we are
prepared to make sates at RESIDENCES or S'lOKKllOUSKti, and will pay part ion lar atten
tion to the sale of Knnl E-tale ani solicit a liberal patronage, anour motto is yt IOK SALES
and PROMPT SKT TLKM KN'i'3 We will make special rates with Atternejs, Adminis
trators, Assignees, Sheriffs. Cntnintssioneri and Guirdians. Sulel at our cale-rootus daily
atlOo'olock a.m. and at 7 o'clock p in., aad Trailo Saes once a week the diy 10 be an
nounced hereafter. Consignments ot Merchandise of every kind solicited.
N. KiT110t-F A CO., MccukoiI Auflioiioere.
J. R. McDONALD. Kle"nian.
AMUSF.HRNiH.
JEM1III.H THEATER.
iFive Nights and Saturday Matinee Com
p euoing 1JY, NOV. 1.
"Tua Iool or the Fur Loviio Public,"
Miss KATE CASTLETON
and her Famous Company ot Comedians in
CnAZY PATCH!
Brilliant Music I Ludicrous Situations!
Off" Seats at Mupord'a
Mot. H-9-10 MiSSTAYER-VAl'GHAIT CO.,
in WE, U8 CO.
Mot. 11-12-13-MISS ADA GRAY, In RING
OF IRON.
Eugene Robinson's Museum.
CROWDED DAILY BY THE ELITE I
Open Daily from 1 until 10:31) p.m.
Open Biturdaya Iron 10 a.m. to II p.m.
Everything New in both Halls; Ad mini I
DOT and JENNIF, QUI') LEY, the Miducts;
M'lle ARL1NB, Human Match Wu. PEN
NICK, Human Balloon; 3 CAVALIERS 3,
Albinos; ana a host of other -onHera and
the BABY EW1NGN ELECTRIC CON
OR ESS OF NOVELTIES in an en lire new
programme in the Theater.
ltie A DM IS ION TO ALL ..10a
Reserved Heats inthaThcnttr. 10 Extra.
Ymf.
LEATHER BOX Containing dray re
ceipts. 'Leave at this office and l e re
warded. TAKEN DP.
CALF One red heifer calf. Owner en
have same by proving property and pay
in ;r this advortiiemenr.
V. t.plTH.tMF'Mntt.
.sntAVti.
C"tOWS One large white mulley cow, with
J red epeoks; one white cow, with red
srecks; one creamy white cow; and one
black, side and white back, branded B on
side. Return to
T.J. YARBROTJQII, Moreley avenue.
MULES On the niht of Oct. 3d, 3 miles
east of Cellierville, 2 black mare mulos :
one about four years old, in good fix ana
trimmed up, with little white spot under
jaw; the other, ten er twelve years old.
rou8h,-and not so well trimmed. Rower-d
for information, or return of mules to J. W.
Young, Memphis, or
W. T. V H fCK. fHliervilln, Tenn.
FOR .SALE.
ATA BARG AIN A good paying Gorman
Boardinghouse in Helena, Ark., owner
wishing to ret.ro. For further particulars,
inquirest BUHNER'S, in Helena'. Ark.
THOROUGHLY seasoned and finished
Blaok Walnut Slabs, suitable forirtorior
work in building. Add. C, Letter Carrier If).
HITZFBLD'S Oil, Fluid and Gas 8'oves,
for light housekeeping, 231) Second st.
FBW HoatingStnvas. second hand, good
as ne, Cheap. Ill f ZFKLi), 2.H Second.
c
iOW A very fine four-gallon ocw, with
youngoe.ii. utflB. dftisMArs,
at south gate Klmwood Cemetery.
"MICE COTTAGE Of five rooms, on Shelby
XN sL, with lot iWiOT (ect, for JitWO. Apply
. U IVT I." II tiiQiTL.1)
m or A. J. MARTIN, 2S Main st.
.ITILEGANT PLACE-On Ravbnrn avenue.
J2j south of Broadway; frame bouie of 7
rooms, in nice order; lot 12x1110 feet; no oity
taxes. poly to mm nn t"AKh.,K, or A
J. MARTIN, 29 Main atreet.
tTIWO MUliKS AND DRAJfri.
JL Address W this office.
1 Ot-Choioo Fort Pickering lot; no city
J-J taxes. DR. HUDSON, 279 Main at.
Coitaaa. on enr. Kavhnrn u. and
X1 Georgia at. i lot &5xl70, with a house of 6
rooms, in gooa order. This is a shoioe piece
of property, and oan be purchased on easy
monthly pavment by payint part cash. Ap
iply Minter Parker or A. J. Martin, 2Main.
ORGAN Suitable for family or. Sunday
school. Apply at 52 Qoslee street.
PLANTATION-On the Arkansaa River.
Lincoln County 6U0 acres in high state
of oultivation ; lSlQactesin tract; well im
jiroved; steam gin, 2 large barns, 21 good cab
ins ana handsome dwelling, 7 rooms, with 20
SMres lawn in front. Liberal terms.' Apply to
MAl.LoRY. RAWFORD 4 CO..
372 and 374 Front street, Memphis,
qr J. st wa"ni I. parassa, air
H
IIZF LK'S oil, Vapor and Gas Stoves
for light housekeeping. Zii recond St.
HOTJHE AND LOT The J. A. Hayes, Jr.,
residence, No. 302 Vance street. Apply
to W. 0. H ,YK. Utate National Bank.
tMftaAlR tliEAP-Jio. 6 Washington
i1 Hand Press, for nine-column paper;
good as new. ) nquire at No. 37 Union st.
Af"F. A. Jones & Co.'s., one nice gentle
. buggy MAKE that any lady oan drive
or ride perfectly safe.
HESIDENCK-Nos. 86 and 08 Market St.;
in f cod rermir: lot (Wxlli-V Apply to
m. v. iMBniti, 47 ftiosby at.
B
KDROOM t?I)HNIITI:IIE
Biaeooarus, i.ounges, etc.
AMES, BEATTIE k CO.,
fo yi Majn street.
ClHAMBKK'rt F0LD1NU MACHINE-But
t little used, and in good condition. Ap
ply at APPEAL OFFICE.
THE leas and fixtures of the St. Elmo
Hotel, Me-idian, Miss, Twenty-five
commodious rooms, witbin three minutes
wafk of the Union Depot; large sample
room on the street next door; now doing a
Eood business and popular. Can be had at a
arsain if applied (or within the next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Elmire, proprietor,
Meridian, Miss.
OLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low
nstein A Bros.'; must bo removed at once.
Apply to JOHN RK1D. Builder.
NEAT COTTAGE Of six rooms, a fd lot
2liOi4-l, 54 Dcun avenue, lnquifo on
premises
C11J LAP One second-hand UuCKHWAY,
ll'MjjL'1 aood as new, at l'H Uni' n st
CCbfa EN 01 N( POSTS Fiir sale by
W. B. LAlttvlN. Larkliisvme. Ala,
WOODH WN STUCK FARM- In thestnd
thoroughbred Running llorso; foe
fJO. Ot,e 1 rotting H(.re; fro, tiO. OneJcr
scy Bull; fee, f.'.so F S.i.a-30 Hr.rees,
il ililch Cows, 15 head Uutnher Csttle, 1'eft
eooa; and Newfou-diand Pups. Horses on
ptore, $5 tier iotitb : Texas hordes, luc t er
day. Tekpbont JOSEPH UUflNUY, VA.
7
inuur at ridgbxt,)
more varied and better se
this seasoa'a Importa
la this market. Too
designs, finest textures
CORNER MADISON
TI1EIK
nspeetiei.
STRAYED OR SIOLEN.
Ked cow, wit white spot in face, white
spot on each Dana. Will pay a liberal re
ward on her return to corner of seventh
and Carolina streets,
MRS. FOQERLEY.
STOLEN.
iMOW On'Thursday, near noon, two cows:
one a black, with cr'p nno hole in one
ear and slit ana note in the other; the
other, red and white spotted, wth a swallow
fork in tight ear; teats have black marks.
A suitable reward for their return to me,
near corner of Lan e avenue an d Ayre street.
OHaKUiTTK KHRLKY
PERSONAL.
D
R.J. D. WHITK-243 Main, cor. JelTer.
son st. umce telephone e-n ; residence oa.
C'.ISTERSS-Built and repaired and war-
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cemont Pump. Contractor and brick'
laver Telephone KKS. THUS OUHHINS.
U00J1S AND HOARD.
D
E5IRABLE ROOMS-With hontd, at
li MADIMIN PT.
R
0 M Newly furnished, with hoard, for
sintrle eentieman. at uourt street.
TABLE BOARD The best the market af
fords. At 87 COUHT SCHEKT.
DESIRABLE ROOM-' Nely lurnished
rooms and beard, at 49 Murkot street.
ELIGIBLE ROOMS With superior board,
two blocks trom Goyoso Hotel. 4;'3 Shelby
JAMES WASHINGTON, formerly cook at
the Gayoso. has beon emHoyrd as ca
terer lor 4SS and 4S5 Shelby street, 2 squares
below Gayoso. where superb mojls. with
prompt attention, will Le served lor 8-0 per
month.
ROOMS Furnished, with board,
At Ml Srielby street.
ROOMS-Pleasant furnish-d rooms, with
board, for Indies or gcntlen en. Terms
very reasonable. 3H2 Court Extended.
RT. JAMES HOUSIt-58 Adams street.
Board and lodging, ?5; day boird, $150.
B
GATJTIFVL front rooms, single or en
suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
thont bord: oterrrom, ltM-loti Onn't st.
WtNIEl).
BY A Yol'Nflr LDY-Instruction in
Bjok-keooing at home in the evening.
Address S. U. S., Ill Washinirtnn st.
OOD Coloiei Chambermaid.
T At 72 Madison street.
10 RENT HOUSE-With 6 or 7 rooms, in
disir.ible locality. Addross
A B., this oftToe,
R
OOM And hoafd, by a single man. in a
Jcwisa fsmily. Ad. L. li., thisodice.
POSITION-A young single man would
like position as genernl assittnnt in of
fice, store or manufactory, bill clerk, oolloc
tor, etc. ; will work cheap. J. P., this ollire.
rpEACHER-A lady teacher la wanted to
L tearh in lower branches tw i little girls.
A small salary, pleasant home and surround
ings are offered. For particulars write to
Dr. C.J. INOERSOLL, Shetland P. 0., Is
an qqonacour.ty, Miss.
YOI NG MEN-For shoe and clothing
salrsmen : only such as have experionce
In business and good reference. Call ar 77
Beale street. P. FKIEDLAXDER.
LADY CAN VABSER For General Lee's
Memoirs; one well acqnainted in the
eity. Apply st Agency, 19 West Court st.
w
OMAN To do housework, wash and
iron, at 298 Vance street.
CIOOK-Good Brat-class cook at 293! Seo
y Ond street op-staita. '
AGENTS To sell Mc'LELLAN'SlrWN
STORY," left in manuaeript at bis
death, and now pabliahed in interest of his
widow. A masterly account of his great
campaign. Inside h's'ory of the eonducco!
the war by the authorities at Washington.
The most brilliant and deeply interesting
book relating to the war which has yetap
peered. "A konanta for ngents. For term"
and territory address 0. B. BEACH, No. 120
Washington street. Chicago, III.
MB- J! P A IN TB.-TToil at the M.
and T. R.R. Car r hopa
K TEAMS AND TEAMS:iKRSTo work"
Uu on levee at. Austin, Miaa. Will pa $4
Ker dny, or hire by the oubio yard. II to goou
ends also wanted; will pay 11.50 per day.
Apply at F. A. Jonea A Co.'a atable, til &fon
roe atreet, or on the work, at Austin, Miss.
f . A. JOiNfcS A UU.
KOuMS Two or three unfurnished rooms
by two persons. Apply at Schilling's
Boardieghonse. Adams street.
A
GEN IS In every town to sell Pianos
ana organs. iiutiUK a up., Memphis
OIIUATION As porter or house boy; can
sJ give eity references. POHTER. Appeal.
V OUNQ MAN Experienced in Job Print-J-
Ins. No. 10 West Court Street.
SALESMEN In every Bute liTtbe li' ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
SraoiALTiaa that are popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in connection
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
fRIOF MANIIKG. CO.. BALTIMORR. MI).
CHAMBERMAID With good reference,
J at 138 Madison street.
DAY BOARDE HS Or without rooms,
At C2 East Court atreet.
S"
TAMPING AND EMDROLDERING-To
oruer in oest atytei at
MAY'S EMPORIUM.
R
OOMS-Well lurnished roomsrNo. 81
Linden etrer.
POSITION-Bya lady as mus.c teacher, or
to teach young ohildren Enplish branches,
salary expected ruoe'erate. Good home de
sired. Addresa "Teacher," Columbus, Miss,
MAN An intelligorit.O'irnest mini "to rep
resent, in his own locality, a large re
sponsible house. A remunerative salary to
ruht party. Steady position References
exenangeu. American aianutaoturingUoufe,
lti Barclay St., N. ,
1 ( if W F"1' AT II EKS-Hit hey t cac h
LV 2J loi d Hy ABAY, MeBinhis.
TjAVEKYfODY" f) KNOW-"fhat T wil
Sh FILL TFETIf WITH GOLD for the
next thirty lays for 31 50.
A. WFfMN,
' 243 Mai -i sreet.
0
Li UOID A ILP.-For"cs7horx
ciiaugv. illLFOKD, Jews or. M Hutu
s
THE ELEMIOJ T0D1Y.
DEMOCBACY DETERMINED TO
rTIS THE YIOTORY.
Urgent Keed for Vigorous Work st
the Polls-No 1 hue for
Trifling.
ATTORNEY GENERAL PETERS DE
LIVERS AN Ol'INION.
List of Polling: Places In the City
Everj Man Mast Do His
Duty.
The Democratic Kxrcutive Com
mittee met yeBtsiday evening for tbe
lat time to pei feet iis arrangements
for today 'ii election. While they were
all hopeful, they were not deposit! ti
figure ou any very large maj itity, and
realizs that unless- the full Democratic
vote is cast and a great deal of earnest
work dona tbe Ltg'tlative ticket is
likely to be bfatfn. The committee
has made a cateful estimate of the
strength of both par'iia in the coun
try, and, with a full vote, counts
apon a good round majority. The
promise of mcst of t) e leading mer
chants of tne city to cioae their s'ores
ond go to the pulls, ercuuragoi them
to believe that in b; ife of :be busy
reason tbe importance of eUct'ng the
Drmocratic ticket ia fully realized, and
tbat the vote will bo a large one. The
candidates for the legislature have
made a quiet, t,u-iu:o:-s lifco and vigor
ous canvitsB, and on every hand have
received piomnes oi ea-ncst euppott.
Mr. Pne'an'a friends ae In art ard
soul in their work, and, inspired by
bis own vigorous canvsi before and
after notuinatiou, are enthusi
astic and will eland by him
like men. If anything were
needed lo etirup the Det ocrscy the
memory of "Bob" 'iayior's splpndid
ell'.rt here to the 'a gst audienra
which over aseembied nyon the blutl,
would seem to bs cullioicnt t ) arouse
the party to action, today's election
is to be general all ovr the Stf.te, and
a!! (rue Democrats in this dieti ict will
vote and work for the following
ticket:
FOR GOVKHXOR,
ROBT. L. TAYLOR, of Washington county
I'UR VOSUHESS,
JAMES PHELAN, of Shelby county.
FOR STATE SENATOR,
HENRY J. LYNN.
J. D. MONTKDliNICO.
fOll REPRESKNTAllVES,
W. R. HARRELL,
J. W. ALLEN,
R. A. ODLUM,
LUCAS CLAPP,
RALPH DAVIS.
During-. the entire canvass no word
has been said against the character,
public or private, of any man on the
ticket from top ta b jltoru, and no valid
reason nrged for the defeat cf either
of them, while on the other band the
strongest arguments are made for
their election. Tbe other ticket in
cludes tbe names of two Degrees, both
bitterly partiean, and it is in such
company that tin Hon. Alf Taylor,
the Hon. Zach Taylor, W. J. Bmith,
T. A. Hamilton aud tbe rest appear
btf. re the people, asking their suf
frages. WfiDt Pliclan Elected.
"I want Phelan elected," said a
sterling Dtmocrat y-Eterday, "not
simplj because he tbe ncmir.ee of
the party to which I be'ong, but te
cause I believe bim equal to the tttk
of teDrcsaiit'ng the m'eresti of this
district at thecipital. I have known
bim iutimatuly fr many year?, and
have always regtrded him as one of
the truest and brightest ynnng men in
this patt of the country. He has all
hie life ben a herd student,
net merely of books but of men and
manneis. His views are b-oid and
statesmanlike, never narrowly parti
san. My word for it, he will y" t maka
a name for himself. Should he go to
Coogress, at I am sure he will, von
will hear from him before very long.
Of coutse be cannct be expected to do
a great deal in two yearp, but ho will
learn rapidly, and is just the kind of
man to meks his way in a body 2uch
as Congress. Yes, sir, I have beon for
Phelan from the stait, and my head,
gray as it is, will not tcucli the pi low
tomorrow night until I know the result
of the election."
Shelby Sin at Be Rrpreaentm.
"The election of a Domocratic dele
gation to the Legislature,!' said a Main
street merchant yeeterdiy, "is more
important to Memphis than it
is to tiny other city in tbe
Stat?. We depend for every
thing upon tbe Legislature. Noto
ing cau be done by the Council
or tbe Commissioners, unless the
Legislature ti rat passes a bill giving
autboiiiy. Two years ago we had Re
public in representatives, and when
they bolted we were left without any
grease for the Taxing District engine.
Ha bill authonztDg tbe levy had been
passed. How do we know what tink-
eiing may be done with our govern
ment of whith we are so proud. As a
matter of fact the Republicans, being
in tbe minor ty, bave no weight, so
that Shelby county, with a delegation
of that stripe in the Legislature, ia
prartieally without representation.
Deputy Veiled Blalea HarslinU.
The following special deputy mar
shals are reijUFsted t call at the Mar
shal's office before 9 o'clock today to
get their commissions:
FIRST WARD. SIXTH WA11V.
Tim Foley. John Braalev.
Tom Enwriaht, W. W. Farroll,
William Iliggins, Dave Gensbergcr,
John J. Weller. Starker Lee.
SEfOXJ) WARD. SrVFXTl WAR).
D. F. (ioi-lyear, DicV Wriitht,
Wm1.1v Uurkc, i:. 11. Woodson,
Eddy Oliicr, v. 11 C.ncr,
U. F. Hill. John C. lie ok,
Henry Duncan.
THIRD WARD. EltillTII WARD.
John 11. Wright, Charles Maibull,
Oland Brown, Hugh Nail,
H. F. Kobinson, Con Dwver,
August 1 1 it 7 lol il , James Maydwell,
Aaron Davidson. Robert Galloway.
FOURTH WARD. NINTH WARD.
Ben Featherston, W. J. Chase,
Gilbert Uaine, PatCarlin,
R. 0. Pre wilt, Goorge Silvers,
W. A. Furris, L, Lawhorn,
James Slarnes. W. B. olisson,
W. II. Neal.
FIFTH WARD, TENTH WARD.
Ram Moore, William Dugan,
George battier, Charles Thomas,
J. W. Ramsey, A. B. Hill,
Luke Finley, H. G. Harrington,
C. W. Frayser.
Where to Voir,
The following are the polling places
for election today, name y:
Firti Hard. Corner Main and Jack
son streets.
Second Ward. Conrthons?.
Third Hrarf. G. K. Powel's ollico,
Adams otrcof.
Fourth Horrf, X. Maktesta's, No.
3 j!' r-ettfind street.
Fifth .lord No. 1H7 Biale street,
bttweon I lprnandoar.il Desoto streets.
Sijrth Ward. Nt. 472 Main street,
corner Linden s'reet.
Seventh Ward. Mat Smith's, Orleans
street, foutli of P.pale street."
Eujhth 1IW. Poplar Ktreet .Market
llome.
Ninth T!W. Corner Mill and Third
etrette, at Mike Donohuo'a.
Tenth TTard Corner Main and
Sonth etree's.
Fifth District At Monaghan's store,
Boulevard.
The Rlarhiie r Sapervlasrt,
Mrumts, Tins., November, I, lusti.
Emmet L. Woo son and Others:
Gbntlkmen In response to yoiir
inqairiea of me officially in regard to
the qu.iliticitions of vo'irg and the
office's who ra to hold t'.e election
tomorrow, I bearto stat that, under
the provisions of our sitttutes, every
male person cf thi ag-1 of 21 years,
being a cit stnof the l uited Statts,
and a resident of this State for twelve
months sni of this cmn'y for six
months next preceding tee day of
election, is entitled to vote. All
vo'e;s shcu'd vote in the ward or d s
trlct in which they e?id; but the
Sheriff or other officers holding elec
tions may vcte in ny ward or district
in which they may ho d n election,
and Judges, ju?ois, liti,:nts and wit
nesses attending court, may vote in
any ward or district in which the
conrt ia held.
Tho Sheriff and bis deputies are to
hold the elecfone. and iu judges ap
pointed by tbe County Cjnrtareto
superin'end ihe same. The 8herjffor
a deiuty shall receive the ballet end
deposit it in the billnt box. Tho
judges are to as up in the qna ifica
tiens of the volets,' and, iu proper
cases, mny administer an oath to the
pet eon ofloring ti vole, or to tiny by
slandere.t'iuching tbe q'in'.tioAtionser
right to vote oi the elect r whosa vote
is thai enged.
The Supervisors ' apptintri by t':e
United S ates Court ate entitled, un
der the ait of Congrew, to b present
at the poll?, and to winus ti.n cait
ing of iho votes nod the ciunting of
the ballots, in order 1 1 ee iha'. tnere
is a 'a r election for a lit'pteseutative
in Congrets. While cettain powew
ate conferred on these i Hie a s to se
cure the end iu view, yi t tho act of
Coneres ti es not authoiizi thrin to
bo'd tlio elt'rt'fn nor to tik the con
liol of tho Voting p'aces, i.or does it in
an? manner doprivn the Sato
tilicPH of tho powers and rights
con'tired upon them by the
Siate law with ;egard to
the elettioBS. The offic. n ties 'gnat id
by the atrhoritiis of the State 10 held
tho elect ods act under tm cath, and
(hey ate tequired ti obeytlie law in
tlie conduct cf elections. The Uoited
States Supervisors have no right rr
suthorisy to interfers with the S ato
cllicers in the proper ditchargs of
their duties in holding e eclions.
Very respectfully,
GEORGE B. PETERS.
Attorney General.
l'olntera.
Vot for Bob Taylor.
Tomorrow will be too lato.
6 will B b's majority to 50,0000.
Thb country is solid for the ticket.
Fcraichino is a weak and puerile
fashion.
The battle must be fought and won
intbeciiy.
No Democrat can afford lo remain
supine'y at home today.
Every advocate of Missitsippi river
improvement should vote for Phelan.
Mkb the Domocrstic minority brg
enough to cruth the insolence out of
the Republicans.
A Governor, a Corgreusman aud
seven members of the legislature lo
be elected today.
The national' pride of citizenship
should excit every man to exercise
his right to vote today.
Tbe appointrannt of hilte'ly parti
san Kopitftlieans s suporviaors has
aroused tho DenicCracy.
It is hardly likely that the pcoploof
Shelby c uity care for a rerewnl of
the days of linrbour Liw:s.
Lynn and Montdonioo for the Sen
ate; Allen, C app, Davis, O llmn and
HaTcll for tho lower H jus?.
Tub Tenth District Ins a glorious
oppoitnnity today to incrnnse the
Democratic majority in Congnss.
Ik vou do not care to vote the Dam
o.ratic t'eket go to the pll9 like a
man and vote the other. Don't be a
mous?.
The Bret duty of the bttiiness man
is tose that the affairs of government
are placed in competent and r;sp:n
sible hai.d3.
Kvery man over 21 "j ens of age, a
resident of the State fir twelvo
months and of Shelby county for six
months, is entitled to vote.
Pretended indifference as to tbe
result of an election such an that of
today is an affectitioa of which every
man worthy of the name should be
ashamed.
Kvery merchant who signed tbe
call published Sunday nursing did so
in good fuiih, giving his word that
be would cloee in order to allow bis
employes to go to tbe pillc
ON 'CIIANUE.
Merchants' Exohanoe Quotatien
Committees for Xovnmbtr: Groceries
and Provisions J J. Thornton, chair
man; J. F. Frank, J. M. Kennard.
Produce 3. E Johnson, chairman;
A. W. Newsom. Grain-E C. Bu
chanan, chairman; Martin Walt.
F:our Hugh Pettit, chairman; John
Reid. Cotton Seed p.odaott B. F.
Haller, chairman; S. M. McCallurrj,
F. W. Brode.
Tub New York Cotton Exchapge
will be closed today on account of
election, likewise the Ctiicigo Board
of Trade.
Memphis received 14,!KI0 bilos of cat-
tnn vnatordav Bn.4 ml. I r,00ft tbIap
beating every cotton market in the
Union in both particulars.
Holiday Present, Mniford's.
LAW KErOIlTS.
I Irrnll Conrt Esiei, Judge. ,
Dtc'uum. Lnckevs Taxing Diatr'c.
Motion to dissolve injunction over
ruled. Decreet Feehan vs Byrnes; contin
uance. Sisters of Zion vs Dickinson ;
continuance. State vs Baker; distri
bution. Rawiins vs Rawlins; on pur
chase. Cunningham vs Hollonberg;
on report. H srbert vs 15;nd; title to
Kindolph. State vs Allen ; die. lot 11.
S ate vs Hill; dis. let 25, block 63.
State vs Brown; tig, 5 acres. Stats
vslMI; dis. lot 14, block 10. State
vs Hill; dis. ept 7, block 31. . Sttte vs
Bagley ; die. .'land 2, block U8. Mate
vs Alsup; die. lot 1, (lennantown.
State vs Smith; dir. l't 11, block ft.
S'ate vs Baker; dis. 1Mb 15, Hi. 17, 18.
State vsMcIrvine; dis lot 23, block
12. Stf.te vs Moore; tlis. b!ock 3!1.
Gavin vs Rhodes; exceptions over
ruled. State vs Baker; litlo to Leo.
Bank of Ccmoipyco vs K anaKnn ; pro.
con. set sr id. Cloth vs Boporjpro,
on. set aBide. Morgan vs Dickens;
tinal. Burn" vs Cbamheihin; dcnu;.d
(or jury. Tco c;ise i f r.itocrych vs
11 icco oc.upied the s.'isi.n of tl.e
court. Argument to Jay.
Monouruni Bangb s, Mulford's.
ANOTHER SPUR
TO BE BUILT BY THE Y ALLEY
H0U.
Hunlington aud Do I.e.-stpi Tlio
Golf Route Important t
Ticket Agents.
It now seems ve'y likely ti at th
much talked of rpur from llampto:!
Station to Lake Front will bo buiit at
once. It will add 45 JO bales to tlix
receipts ot tbe Valley :od. The fol
lowing letter on the subj'Ct lue been
written by Maj. lvlwirJa to one oi iho
leading citizens of that section:
Mmriits, Tisji., Cctober 2H, lsti,
John R. (age;
Maj. Wilson instructs mo to build
spur fiom Hampton to Lake Front at
once, provided the poopltt will agree
to give ns their buainesaas stated iu
your petition. Will send a man
down hi once to locate line aud make
necessary arrangements, siul enk that
you hold your cotton for ns
J. M. HOWARDS.
Do More I oiiiuiIs.Iodk.
A Chattanooga ppt'cial says: "I'
leaked out in rii!roud ei.elva here to
day that at i lie meeting of tho S lU'.h
ern Passer ger Asfoctation, held in
At'anta ytsterday, it was dtcidjd b
all h'outhirn liues to stop paying tick
et and local p; ssont'er as'fiiti coinmis
siotis on tickutu. The action of tho
ass eii,tim ia r.ot gent r.aliy kioun,
and it will, bo a 1 ouib in thecsmpof .ho
t cket ngoitts. A.rso utiou wan paoied
requootiui: iho CentrBi and Wesie n
Pa-set ger Aspocialions to tako fimiiar
steps. It io 8tAted thr.t some oi the
Southrn lines will eave $'0,COJ an
l.Uul y by tl.e aon piymeni of coiuiiiis
fions." The 4.U1I Hoiitr.
Cl.iet Grant, tuigineer ol the Rir
miLghain extnsiirn of the Gulf roads,
ia reported its eoylng that the work ou
tbe extension of the Kansas City,
Springfield aid Memphis is piogress
ing rapidly, 1(10 n ib s el Iho road bo
il g aliea ly comp'e o ). There are at
present 60H0 men eiuptoytd on tho
woik, and it ia expected ttie new line
will b ready for operation al:oot
S ptouiber 1, 18S7. This branch wll
give the Gil' f mute a toiitinncus Hue
Iroin Kitusas City to Birmingham,
Ala.
Transmit! iuenlal Allaire.
It ia suit) thut when M. da Letsepa
and C. P, Huntkgtoa meet in New
York this week there will bn a con
feieuce which may havesmuM bi-aring
on our tranocontiuentnl BO'aire. 1 lis
former holds tbe deutiuiesi f the Tana
n:a railroad and ils position, which,
having a dispute with Bacilla .Mail,
prevents the steamship company from
treating with tbe transcontinental
lii.es.
LOCAL jNCmCIBS.
Dit Overall is at the Gaycso Hotel.
Ollice telephone 408.
P. M. Stanley, funeral director and
embnlmer, 55 Madison street.
Dr. R. E, Buu.iNtiTON, enrgeon
dentist, 357 Main. Telephone 70S.
Mihs Carrie M. K rati no, pianist,
may be found at the U.iyoso Hotel.
8. K. TmnnKY & Co.'s MBS'odon
Dime Show is said to be the beet cheap
price thow on ibo road.
f0 00. S. Hinson, dentist, No.
270 Ma n street. K. B lgr aeaihtact.
Call a id got a new set of tceefe (or $0,
W. A. Faiubs, No. 59 Union street,
has jimt receiv ;d a car of good Ken
tucky suldlu and harness horses. Also
a lot of improved Texas mares.
Bbown's Brokchiai. TuoriiKB "for
Coughs ami Colds: "I think them
the best and mast convenient relief
ex'ant." llev, C. if. JIum ihrey, (!rat$,
Ky.
fun Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonic and ami-periodli known. A oortain
anil suro ours fur cbiiia. Prlpafjl per bot
tle. S-.tid at:imps for circuh -s. Any ref-er-'neo
gixon. Address John C. Hooker,
Lynch but v. Va.
Miss Upton is now at 402 Shelby
street, southeast corner of McCall, op
posite the Gayoso Hotel, prepared io
mako dies es in the latest ttyles. Good
work and reasonable prices.
G. W, Mili.kr A Co., Paten Aabeatoo
Fire Proof Roofer. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. No. 65
Matlison street.
Why do you spend f25 or $o0 for
ready made suits when you can go to
L. Rosenstein A Bro., 288 Main street
and 18 Jefferson street, and have a
suit made to crder. A lit guaran
teed. A ix authorities agree that the miik
of a healthy mother is the boat food
for an infant. Next to this, and con
taining all the elements for perfect
nutrition, is Mollin's Food, which,
after a long tost, is highly indorsed by
promitient medical men.
Sir James Paget, president B itish
Medical Assccia'iou, tays that 70,000
deaths are annually caused by nervous
diseases in Eugland, and that there is
no more powerful and effectual nerve
tonic than Liebig Co.'a Cocoa Beef
Tonic is evidenced by ihe emphatic
testimony of the most eminent physi
cians. For malaiis, debility, sick
headache, dyspeptic, monthly suffer
ing and biliousness it is incomparable.
Tnm is to certify that after ton years
of suffering with bronchitis, being In
a lingering condition, I Lrtunutely
(Brovldentially) fell into the hands uf
Dr. B. C. Keleay, cf Memphis, Tonn.,
who prescribed and furnished me
with remedies which have testored mo
to perfect health. Although 70 years
of ago. I feel young again,
JOSEPH 11. BORUM,
Minister of the Bnptiat Church, Dyersburg,
Tenn.
Give Ely's Cren Balm a trial.
This justly celebrated remedy for the
cure of catarrh, bay fever, cold in tho
bead, etc., on be obtained of any rep
utable druggist, and may be relied
npon as a safe and pleaant r medy
for tho above complaint", and will
give immediate relief. It is not a
liquid, snuff or powder, has no offen
sive odor, and can be used at any
time with good results, as thousands
can testify, among them some of the
attaohts of this office. fqririt of the
Timet, May 2!, 1K8(i!
MuIford'H,2!H Main.
TllANSFEllS.
Mrs. A. C. Harris aod htibbnnd to
II. L. Guton, 80x159 feet, 407 Union
street; consideration, .'!800,
J. A. Floyd to Mm. E. D. HolloweH,
1 3-5 seres in Cohiurville; considera
tion, f.
T. J. LVharn ct ux to Karsis City,
Springfield and Memphis r..ilr rsd, we t
hall of IntsO and 10, blcek 2'i. Fort
Bickering, sou'h side of Georgia
street; rotis:doratioii, tJtti.'i.
II. H. IJancoy e ux to Jnhn B. How
ard, lot 8, Orgill subdivision, Mag
nolia; consideration, iJ25.
Fiue Watcb Repairing-, Mulford's.
R. SliAGRR,
Tailor and Importer.
'"rTF1'; fTOCK ts now eomplsto. The Largest, Cholaest ao4
Host Varied I have ever ottered la Memphis, eonslitfng of all Ue
HmJhK! l" 1 .. WOltari ll!, IM ALL
l,,,L.,JTK,'r- I'ea.Kt, OVI HtSHIIM.S AMI rM
PAlXTALOOsisJ tn-great variety, all of the LtTET III-:1G9.
..hwwuvws r isiMuiim auiyuiis9rw in tnKl'ia, iwce ftna 9f
my. 1 with ,o Bak IAL ir TION to n? rufttoreart and
Ujbubllo i to rail aud intpM. 7 DAOMfliKiNV k ioca at m 4
Cor. Sicond and Jeffirson
TEKSONAL.
James Newiomk, now ares deutot
Wrshington, is iu ihe city.
Jos. UHLbnsrctiirno.l from Chira:o.
His illness ther was slight.
Harry TAi-i Kvcaino home tr)ui Ink t
Springs ye tercay much improved.
Kr. Emu y and M unie Wli to litvo
returned from a pleasant v sit to
Bolivar, Miss.
Mrs. Helen Taylor havr. Mtrnul
from a vts't to Lis Angeles, 0-1., and
was S3 much delighted with tho
ilimate that she viill rotivn thuro
some time during the wii.terto rca'de
permanently.
Wai.kkr Kennkhy, acrou panie I by
bis chlittuir;g si-t: r, airivei) Sniiil-.v
fiom Louisville, where Mr. Kenneily
liits been spf n.ling the p let two weeks.
Mils Kenntdy, w.':o will speed tho
winter in Memphis, ha lovely bru
uolt, viva; ions u;.d very eo!ert"ii;rin,
end will be quite an acquiii'.io 1 t) to.
ciely bore this scson.
Chakius G. Roth, Into cf the S..
(lair Hole!, CiiiMiiimti, arrived in
tli's city Sf.terrdny evening wiibhi,
family and has bten inslnilfd ai tuun
eger of tbe Gayoto 11 el. Althuu'i
the charactsrot thii butd was w 11
tstibiiahed before, tinder such com
petent inani'gcinont it will diepeute
incress 'd comf. r s to its gius s and
a Id new laurels ti i a rupnUition.
The Hon. Tromns L. Wil'lam, .l
Knoxville, who was Bib Tuylot's mutt
foraiidable coini'O'itor for ihu Guner
natorial rioniiiiut tm, it in the eity and
s'npping at tho l'mbedy. lie bin
made an extended cativa a throughout
the State, and has added tobisnliendy
exalted retuitaMon a one of the ebb st
debaters in the State. I'tiomua L.
Williama is one nf tho rieiug young
Deuircrats iu Tenneearte', ard with hij
lalente, great popnLi:rity tnd a i-tain-less
record, he is destined to (jcitupy a
curspicncus position in ttie politics ol
Tonneeeoe.
Dn. A. A. Laiibkncs and family,
alter an absonca of fix months, most
of which time was Bpent in Europe,
reached the city Hut. day night and
are again occupying their oldqusrttws
at the IVnbody Hotel. The journey
was one of unal'oyed pleanttre, iniur. d
by no unpleasant incident, und the
family return radiant with perfect
health. Mrs. Lsurence, one of the
most estimable, popular and intelli
gent ladies ol the city, has alrea ly
teen viei'od by a boel of iier many
friends, and it seems she did no forg-t
them in foteign lards, as many ami
beautiful have been tho presents she
has lavished upon them.
MiiKurd, Jeweler, 2111 Main street,
solicits order.a from the country.
ADDITION Hi 151VKJW.
Cincinnati, O., Novombetr 1. Night
River li foot 4 imdies oa the gangs ami
stationary. Weather clear and waruior.
Nkw t)iti.EANS, La., November 1.
Nigln Arrived: U. S. Hiiyos and
barges, St. Lome, She returns tomor
row, St, Louis, Mo., November 1. Night
Rivor etittiotmry, and etuniis 7 feet (t
inches on the g.mg'i. Weather char
and pleasant. ArrivoJ: lly Hhoiceand
bnrges, New Orleans. No departures
of regular packets.
Cairo, III., Novemkor 1. Noon
River 4 feet on tho gimite and station
ary. Weather clear and cool, rrivod:
Wyoming, St. Louis, 1 p.m. ; (.'ity ot
New Orleans, St. LouiH, 5 p.m. De
parted: Wyomiug, Vicksbnrg, 4 p.m.
Inspect Mulford's stock.
FOR RENT.
KOOJIS- Pleasant rooms, furnished II
desired, with references, atHIOMadison.
KOOM-Nicnly furnishad, with or without
board, with private family ; Bailable for
two gentlemon, or geutleman and wife;
terms reasonable. At Z'I'J Union streot.
ROOMS Two, nioely furnished; suitable
for gentlemen ; five minutes' walk from
Court S'luare. Addre'S X. Y;
M
Y RESIDENCE-Mo. 400 Ponlar street
to goort tonant. W. A. CULM tt.
UESIDENCEK -
L. 11. BATON, 12 Madison st
100M-Furnlabed room,
7i At m Union street.
Jf0R 18S7-A viiluahlo plantation In the
1 Mississippi river bottom; NKI acres in
cultivation, with good houses and fences,
steam gin, a One orchard, etc We also oiler
for sale 3U mules, corn, hay, tools, wagons,
and house and kitchen furniture, on credit
of twelve months, with security for personal
property. Til 08. II. ALLEN a CO.
C COTTAGE -Three rroma. on Klmwood
) atreet car line, near south ate Elmwood.
Apply at'ljliiiion at. JOS LENOW.
HOt'HH-No. 21.1 Lauderdale atreet; new,
with nine rooms and large yard; near
Miss liigbee'a school, 11. L HKI.OliN,
'pfl Main atreet
DOlTULR COTTAGKOn Virginia av
nue, rive minutes' walk to street cars,
new, cheap and convenient. Cull at KiO Kay
burn for partieulara. Alia. K. L. WRIGHT,
0"s;FlCE First floor '
AtJ2M'idison atreet
TiiURNlfliKU KOOMH-W ith board, "du
X' isioe ol peculiar exoejlence." 1111 Court.
4ELKMANT ROOMS-At 69 Market street7
aingle or ensalte, furnished or unfur
nished, good wa'er, anil near busineaa.
"lOTTAGE-Heven rooms, on Walker avo-
lj nue, on Eluiwood etroet ear line. Apply
at 36 Unien street.
JOS.
1NN1W.
PLEASANT furnished room for gontle
men ; 111 Waflilncton reference required
TURK1 ROOM -On Main atriet, dwelling'
buuse on Courtitrenl.nrd several vacant
Iota. Apply to K. B. SNOWDEN or J. L.
GOODLOE, :w M ml lsons treat.
STOREIIOUbE - Fonr story and basement
storehouse. No. 2M Front street.
M ALLOH.Y, 0 It A W KO H D A CO.
K OOMS-Well iurnithed rooou,' No. 81
Linden street.
CSOTToN ''FFPIhV-Arply to E. M. Apeer-
son A Co., No. Itl'il Front stroet
OIlSK-WnWaahington 8'7; 1 rooms and
. h throoin. An.ly ut ltq Poplar tjt.
OTOKEIIi'ltHnM- ""
O No. m M.sln Htreet.
No. W Main Strnet.
No. V07 Main Street.
Apply t" J AMhS LJili, ,ln., 1 jM.ultsoTijBt.
OOMS Two Iurnithed or unfurnltihod
V rooms al It) Madison aiTeiitJ.
jLKGANT niiwlv tnrnialied rooms, buth-
trii.e'f- Itlltiipi, :,r I 11. I "iirr .rreei.
Urethral Stricture Cured!
i it i: ri:nn,:t:vr.
Ilcnimiil 0111111110'". Neither htilfo, enustis
nor ililiititio. No puii. No huinLug.
Adr s inc. K. .y.llIIIIILL,
U(l IU ATI. NTA U
n
ifcwSEdSr
Sts.,
Memphis, Tinn.
i'KIV Hjt!,(;ATIO.S.
Ad iiL'AT EriTEKPlilSE
Tun CsNrritv Mac.azinr wi'h i' .
eno:t: ou:t c rcnlatio.i (eiit on of No
veu;b. r rntnber i a arter of a mil
lionl an I r at na.ur.HS, i as never
ui'ih rta'.en a ini.-.i ioii'oitnnt wo-k
t1 no 'ho o. e nhic'.i wil! bo i o Lad
ing ftniur. i.'ui-icg the cotiiipg year.
Tins iB h his'' r v' ( tiur .' n o-.n ry
iu its uiost c itical 'ioie, Asset lor It in
mi: k u s;i' j.i vi
Ity hl- oiilltli'i.linl crelai JuliU
U. .Nissiln)' I'll-. I'ol. J., In, liny.
This "'ent work, begun vith the)
sa lei i n ot 1' esi
litnt liim olu. Mid
centiru d under
ti.o autl'oi ity ot his,
t on. ti e il m lioot.
')'. I J m ol it, is the
o.'i'y full uud uX
Ihontntive retard
of the hfo t Abra
ham Lu'ci'iu. )'J
rt 1 It t ll o r 8
w e i
':' l'. i nnla ef Lire iln
iitfor bin presuion-
cy ; they wt r u ost
itit'inatoly ssaoci. t d with him as p
v d i nire'tai'iCB thrt u.'tout hi -a ("tin of
nllictt, niul lo ihom Were tr.n f )i-tl
upnu l,;ni-oln'c dca'h :1 iiis pnva o
pin t' s. Hive will b told th" 'ns d
h: torv it iho t ivil iv.-r and i f IVe-i-tloi.t
Linen lo's adnil'Kftmtion, -im-po
'.sut I'e'.iitlaol wl iih ! vi Litheit)
re n..ined iii'evi 'l'e.l, t'fit th y ii.i:nt
tl H' ; i it' ir in lib an h' titii' ; i t ry.
Ity reason oi the publ call in f ti.ia
av oik,
I II V. W Alt NKKIKS.
which b. s been follo'sed with mill tg
gimr iiiferi" t by a g eal and etee, will
oicupv 1 ss spC" during ilr c, iiiuig
y. a , b ;t will by no mom s b:- entirely
itiu tied, t iricsot Laval eit;.ftg meats,
pri on lifrf, etn., will appeat.
aoiF.i.N imi sir:;ir.s
inelude a novel by Frank It StocWii,
two nnvf 1 ttfis by Gro go W. ('iibls,
stories bv V.ary Hall, ck l'oole, "Uncle
Remus," lMwutd Kglo;teii, aiid other
American authors.
Ni'i t iai. rr.ATi ttCN
(with illtiitratioiis) imdtldo rt km ie i of
urticies ou til'air l.i Rus ia a:id S bo
na, by Geo'gi Keuuuii, author of
" lent L'fe in Siberia," who lias just
returned from a mos. eventful visit to
S brrian pr'sjiis; pupms on the l.ahor
I'tobleni; KngLi k Oathedrala; nr.hr
gleHtoo's Itol gl -lis I. fa io the Ameri
can Co'oues; Men ui:d Women of
(Jneen Ant e's R ig", by i e. Oli
pltont; C'aiivoysnco, Sidrliualism, Aa
Irob gy, etc.; As.r inoinioai papors;
articles oa ILhlu 11 a ory, etc.
THE NOVEMBER
CENTURY
contains:
THE I'lKHT t'HAI'TKKH Or
I lie I. in: OF I.IM OI.SI,
Described shove, Including tlie edi
torial pri'sentment and author's pre
face; with a new frontiepiecp portrait
of Lincoln, ami nineteen illustra
tions. This installment, entitled "Lin
coln ao Pioneer," givs the an etry of
Hie President, and the relation .be
tween (he Lincoln family end Daniel
It io io ; ill- o Lincoln's boyhood and
early nutuhnod, a: d a graphic ucc out
of the frontier States in the earner
days.
Oi.ll 4 lit I.MKA.
By Dr. B. K M utln. 1) sn.iUing a
picturisquo suburb cf London, once
ihe liomn of Quo n Elinbeth, Nell
(iwynn, George Eliot, Carlylo, and
other famous characters; llinstnted hr
Seymour lL-.dtn aud Jo epli Penuell.
Till: t'ATK OF A VOICE I
A Nlury by Slnry llitllh Foote,
Author of the "Led-Horse Claim,"
"John Bodewin'a Testimony," etc.,
with ono ful!-;:ago llluiitratiou by tits
author.
MA4IIISIK I'Ol.l l H
IN H 1W YORK,
lly Tbendore Keoaevelt.
Inclading chapters en "lieolets,"
"The Social Side," 'The L'quor-Soller
iu I'olitics," "Boss Methods," etc., etc
tinsr i iiapikkn or
FHABJK II. aTOI'KTISaa'N
HEW NOVEL.
This love-story of rc.il life, "Tin
Hundredth Man," ia different fiom
anything tbe author lias yet under
taken. It will run thiotigu twelve
numbers of Tim Ckntumy.
THE NF.F.M OF TUA1K MIIOOIJI.
By R'chard Anchmuty, founder of
tho New York Trade Schools, with
illustrations.
THE BATTLE OF
TIIEFIItNT lAY U F UKTTYNUtlKa,
By Gen. Heury J. Hunt, Chief of
Union Att llery, with Maps of tho
Gettytburg Campnigo, by lien. Don
blcday, and numerous illustrations.
SjlEN. HOOKKH'S)
ArPOlNTMENI' AMIS KEHOVAL.
An anonymous article by a gentle
man who was at army headquarters in
Washingtin at tho time of the evonSa
described.
AN ART PAI'l.K
By iliarlea Waldalrln
Oo thoTiimpleof Diana ol the Eplie
sicinfl, and other recent discove'ira.
lilustra'ed.
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Twentieth Century," by Principal
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