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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1886.
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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Ho. S8 MADISON BTEEET,
la la. rlnt af a tare-sir-
j9.a. v . M i ma .p en. wna-i
than wn tor afinww
itock comprises the choicest
m
lotueasieca 01 u A3iat us, n uks 1 biziuus
aid 0YEBC0ATI5GS, (all this geasoa'i Import.
aid MOit d arable goods In gentlcnien'g wear.
f9 Sample! and Pricei on
wko have left measures.
PI BWlMd
JEWELER
290 MAIN STREET,
HAVE
17 Stock Open
NEW AUCTION HQUSE.
"XXJ E would resreotfully announce to the publls that we have opened an Auotion Honse,
V.V and will conduct the General Auction Business, at our old stand, fco. 18 Main
(Street, in the Webster Block. Havin secured tne servioes of Maj. J. R. MnDON ALD, the
well known Auction Sale'man, who has a long- eaperierca in the auction business, we are
prepared tomakeaalei at RESIDENCES or STOREHOUSES, and will pay particular atten
tion to tbe sale of Kenl Estate and solicit a liberal patronage, asour motto is QUICK BALKS
and PROM FT SETTLEMENT; We will make special rates with Attorneys, Adminis
trators, Assignies, Sheriffs, Commissioners and Guardians. Sales at our Salesrooms daily
at 10 o'clock a.m. and at 7 o'clock p m., and Trade Sa'ea once a week, the diy to be an
nounced hereafter. Corrsisnments of Merchandise of every kind solicited.
H. UKNTllOfcF ate CO., Licensed Auctioneers.
J. R, McDONALO, Bnlesman.
AMUSEMENTS.
JJKMl'lllS THEATKK.
Five Nights and Saturday Matinee Com'
rrenelne 0Y. NuV. 1.
"Tn Idol or ths Fuk Lovraa FoiLto,"
Miss KATE CASTLET05
and her Famous Company of Comedians in
ORAZT PATCH !
Brilliant Music I Tjudlcreus Situations I
IM-Seats at Mullord's -
Wot. P-fl-10 MKSTAYEtl-VAUOHAN CO.,
in WE, US 4 CO.
Not. H-ia-13-AUSS ADA tJRAY. In RING
OF IRON.
Eugene Robinson's Museum.
CROWDED DAILY B Y THE ELITE!
Onen Dailv from I antil 10, SO n m
Open Sitnrdays front 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
i Everything New in both Halls: Admiral
DOT and JKNNIEQUI'JLEY, tbe Mideets;
v M'lle ARLINE, Human Mates Wit. PEN-
NICK, Human Balloon) 8 CAVALIERS 3.
Albinos: and a host of other onriers. and
d the BABT EWING'H KLECTRIC CON-
uriaoo ur nuvai.i in,a in an enure new
nrosramme in the Theater.
lfl inUlfl.THIU Ti ATT. 1A.
Reserved Seats in the Thent-r, IO- Extra
LOST.
LEATHER BOX Containing dray re
ceipts. Leave at this office and to re
warded ,
I'EKSONAL.
D
R.J. D. WIIITE-2W Mnln, enr. Jeffer
son st. eiBicc telephone 831 ; residence 68.
CMSTERNS-Builtand repaired and war-
ranted. Inventor of ihe Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone atR. TllOH C1IHHINS.
TAKEN UI.
SPANIEL Liver colored spaniel bitch,
white strip under throat; has on leather
collar wih ring. 1 pply County Trustee office.
STRAYED.
MULES On the niaht nf Oct. 3d, S miles
eist of Collierville, 2 black raHre mules j
one about four years old, in (rood fix and
trimmed up, with little white spot under
jaw; the other, ten or twelve years old,
rough, and not so well trimmed. Reward
for information, or return of mules to J. W.
Young, Memphis, or
W. T. PRICK. Collierville, Term.
FOK SALE.
COTTAQH A very ohoice cottage of six
rooms on Vance street, near Shelby,
with eonvenient out buildings, almost new,
and in fire minutes' walk of business. .
F. W. ROVSTKtl A CO,,
2OT recond street.
AT A BARGAIN A good paying German
Boardinghouse In Helena, Ark., owner
wishing to retire. For further particulars,
Inqniroat BRUNER'S. in Helena. Ark.
THOHOWHLY seasoned and finished
Black Walnut Slabs, suitable forir.terior
work in building. Add. C, Letter Carrier 10.
HITZFBLD'S Oil, Fluid and Gas S'ovas,
for light housekeeping, 233 Second St.
A
FEW Heating Stoves, second hand, good
as new, Cheap. HlTZFSLD, 2.13 Beeond.
WO MULES AND DRAYfi.
Address W., this office.
LOi Choioe Fort Pickering lot: no city
taies. DR. HINSON, 279 Main st.
FRAME Cottage, en enr. Raybarn ev. and
Georgia st. lot 66x170, with a house of 6
rooms, in good order. This is a choioe piooe
of property, and can be purchased on easy
monthly payment by paying part eash. Ap
ply Minter Parker or A. J. Martin, 289 Main.
ORGAN Suitable for family or Sunday
sehool. Apply at 62 Geslee street.
PLANTATION-On the Arkansas River,
Lincoln County 600 acres in high state
of cultivation ; leiOseres in tract; well im-
Tiroved; steam gin, 2 large barns, 21 good cab
ns and bandnin dwelling, 7 rooms, with 20
stores lawn in front. Liberal terms. Apply to
MAI. LORY. ( RAWFoRD A CO.,
372 and 374 Front street, Memphis,
. or J. G A "RETT. Barsssa, Ark.
"tTITZPi'I.D'SOII, Vapor and Gas Stoves
I 1 ar. ltua a. I i ti) J C
llUl UUUetKCOflU' slK BVVUUU Pi!
XJUUSK AND LOT- I he J. A. Hayes, Jr.,
j-jl resilience. Ho. 3tt Vance street. A
to W. O. HAYK, Ktate National Ban
FR SALE CUEP-No. 6 Washington
Hand Prase, for niao-column paper;
awu now. iqmrc at j o. si union si
AT F. A. Jones A Co.'i., one nioe gentle
. baggy MA HE that any lady ean drive
or ride perfectly safe.
RKSIDENCB-Nos. 86 and 88 Market St.;
in g"od repalri lot 57ixl4sji. Apply to
M. O. KENNEDY 47i , Mosby rt.
B
EDROOM FURNITURE
bideboards, Lounges, etc. .
AMiDS, REATTIK A CO.,
No :W3 Main street.
C CHAMBER'S FOLDING MACHINE-But
J UMle used, and in good condition. Ap
ply ai APPEAL OFFICE.
THE leas and fixtures of the St. El no
Hotel, Me'idian, Miss, Twenty-five
commodious rooms, witbin three minutes
walk of the Union Depot; large sample
room on tbe street next door ; now doing a
good business and popular. Can be had at a
bariain if applied Tor within tbe next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Klmire, proprietor,
Meridian, Mies.
OLD MATERIA L In the storehouses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low
nstein k Bros.'; must be removed at nnoe.
Apply to JOHN RKID. Builder.
TSJSAT COTTAGE Of six rooms, and lot
j-i iviii, oi ueun avenue. Inquire on
premi'f
( llllAP-"ne second hand RoCKAWAY,
vr ns.iriy goon ss new, at KU llni' n st
f yDA N ENtMNG PO'SfS-For sale by
" . n. i.bam", i.orr insvllle, Ala.
TA; Ol );. W N S f. .OK P A RM-Inthestud.
Y one th.jrnughhrsd Kunning Horse; fee
fiO. One 1 ruttingllorre: fee, 110. OneJer.
sey Bull; fee, 1.. VI For Sali 30 Hores,
3 Milch Cons, J5 head Butcher Cnttle, Pca
cocka and Newfoundland Pups. Horses on
pasture, tii per uionth; Texas horxes, liie per
JUy. ielei'l one JOSEPH lSl'KSEf, 8.52.
1
m
mnra varied and bctfnr a.
vawa Alia IIPTIC! tf WW sens war i aa
la this market. The,
designs, flntst textures
application to those
fBKKSX&SSEBBB.
CORNER MADISON
THEIR
for Inspection
STOLEN.
COW On Thursday, near neon, two cows:
one a black, with cn.p and hole in ene
ear and slit and hole in the other: the
other, red and white spotted, with a swallow
fork in right ear; teats have black marks,
A. suitable reward for their return to me.
near corner ol bane avenue ana Ayre street.
CHARLOTTK BARLEY
EOOMS AND HOARD.
DESIRABLE ROOMS-With board, at
72 MADISON RT.
00M Newly furnished, with board, for
single gentleman, at 87 Court street.
TABLE BOARD The best the market af
fords, At 87 COURT STREET.
DESIRABLE ROOMS-Neely (urnished
rooms and board, at 49 Market street.
E
LIGIBLE ROOMS With superior beard,
two bloom trom uayoso Hotel. 4, Shelby
JAMES WASHINGTON, formerly eook at
the Gayoso, has been emidoyd as ca
terer lor 463 and 455 Shelby street, 2 squares
below Gayoso, where superb meals, with
prompt attention, will be served lor 120 per
month.
ROOMS Furnished, with board,
At Ml Shelby street.
ROOMS Pleasant futnish.d rooms, with
board, for ladies or gentleuen. Terms
very reasonable. 392 Court Extended.
S'
T. JAMES HOUSE-58 Adams street.
Board and lodging. Sol day board, S350.
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, single or en
suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
without hoard: nter rooms, HH-lllo Dourt st.
Wanted.
o
"100K Good colored cook, immediately,
ai i Liinuen street.
SCRAPER-HOLDERS, LABORERS AND
Drivers; work lor 10U0 men all winter.
Applyon the work, in Indian Nation, twenty
miles north of Paris. Texas.
FkIIN-BaMBRICK ClHTBl OTtOK Co.,
Contractors 'rrisco R.R.
BY A YOUNG HDY-Instruction In
Book-kcening at borne in the evening.
A ddress 8. H. S., Ill Washington st.
(i 001) Coloted Chambermaid,
T At 72 Madison street.
POSITION A young single man would
like position as general assistant in of
fice, store or manufactory, bill clerk, eolleo-
tor, etc.; will work cheap. J. P., this office
LADY CANVASSER For General Lee's
Memoirs; one well acquainted in the
Citv pr.lv et Sg-wcv 19 K rnn.t .t.
V
UUtk. tinuU tiTHl- V I ll Nit COOH, la I, ebtfdyg DUO-
AUKNTS-Iosell ' MoCLELLAN'S OWN
STORY," lolt in manuscript at his
death, and now published in interest of his
widow. A maste-ly account of his great
campaign. Inside his'oryof the conduct of
the war by the authorities at Washington.
Tbe most brilliant and deeply interesting
book relating to the war which has yet ap
peared. A bonnnsa for agents. For terms
and territory address 0 B. BEACH, No. 126
Washington street, Chicago, III.
RA TEAMS AND TEAMS J.ERS To work
tfJ on levee at Austin, Miss. Will paj H
Eer day, or hire By the cubio yard. 100 good
ands also wanted; will pay tl. 50 per day.
Apply at F. A. Jones A Co 's stable, 61 Mon
roe street, or on the work, at Austin, Miss.
r. A. JU1NK3 & CO.
ROOMS Two or three unfurnished rooms
by two persons. Apply at Schilling's
puwruingnonfle. nuarnR Birod.
A
GENTS- Jn every town to sell Pianos
anuursans. HUUUh. A CO., Memphis.
s
Il'UATION As porter or house boy; can
give city references, rumen, Appeal.
V OUNU MAN Experienced in Job Print
X In. No. 10 West Court Street.
s
ALatSMEw In every State in the Ui ion
to represent A PAINT M A Nil V A PTTT U
ING ESTABLISHMENT havin. ......I
9rioiALTiaa that are) popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in connection
with other roods. AnMre.s TIIW wm u
PRIOF MANIIKG. CO.. BAI.TIMORK. 'md!
c
HAMBERM AID With good reference,
uMmwi ison street.
AY BOARDERS Or wi 'bout rooms.
At m Rut Oo,..t
T5
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TAMPING AND KMRROIDERljSGf o
MAra jSMPORruM.
OOMS-Well furnished roims7No.81
mnuen sires .
MAN An intelligent, earnest man te rep
resent, in his own locality, a large re
sponsible house. A remunerative salary to
riiht party. Steady pesition. References
exohanged. American Manufacturing House.
iq pi.roiny c-t., is . I . L,
1 Of i Llta- FEATHERS HUhest cash
LJ tyj priew paid by GABAY, Memphis.
E-WERYDODY TO itNOW-That 1 wil
J FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
next thirty days for tl 50.
A. WESSON,
243 Main sreet.
OLD GOLD A SILVER For cash orex
eharis-e. MIIMSORI). ,lw r, 34 y.jn
"Londcn" Trouser Stretcher
Patented in Europe and Uni
ted States, stole Agent la
I nltrd Males for eelebratetl
John Hamilton k Co. Stretch
er. Takes biticKlnsr osst of
knees restores pantaloons te
original shape. Only patented
Stretcher combining sorew roe
in combination with clamps,
All others infringements,
Original and oti'j atrptctiei
Express securely packed. Price 12 Ml Writ,
tor circular.. Agents wanted in everv oitt.
i W.WIrHlltW 1Q llsln.lllal!
Electric Bolt Free
TO Intrnduoe It and obtain agents we wil
for the neit sixty days give away, fre
of charge, in each county in the U. rj. a lira
ited number of our Oermnii ft-;f,tro ajh.
vaulc MnMiimaorr Klt. Price ff: a
positive and unfailing cure for Nervous De
bility, Varicocele, U.mirrioni, Imnotency,
etc. 1510.110 Pwari raid if every Beilt we
maauiatare dees act gsr.cr&tc a renclns
jiectria current. Allress at ori; KLEO
TRIO BBL.T AitJCY. F. 0. Box ITS.
3roklvn. N V
II wild Hy VrtutuU, nulionVn.
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CARRIED EVERY COUATY.
JASES THEHS'S MAJ0EITT 4400
IX THE DISTRICT.
Tbe Rural Districts or Shelby Cjnn
tj Democratic as Well as
the City.
Returns wra received yeeterday
from a'.l of tbe count) y districts in
Shtlby couBty except the Fourth, at
tbe Point in the Sixth, at Log Union
in the Eighth, in the Tenth, Thir
teenth, and at Island 40 in the Seven
teenth District, where no elections
were held. Tbe Democratic ticket
swept the field, Mr. l'htlaa cerrykg
the country, which is nearly always
Republican, by one vo'.o. Leaving the
city with a majority over Taylor of
S40S, he carries bhelby county by 3409.
The vote for Governor and members
of the Legislature was about the same.
The figims are given in detail below:
Fiscal' Ultamil'T.
Governor. Robert L. Tavlor 130, A.
A. Taylor 159.
Congren. Jame Fhelcn 131, Zach
Tavlor 101.
StateSenatt Lvnn 137, Mnntedouico
137, Hamilton 154. Smith 154.
Iloutf of litprttenlalhv Ilarrnll 137,
Davia 130, Allen 137, Clpp 137. Od-
Inm 135, Speaks 154, f ields 151, Tick
ering 154, Rideont 154, G.illia 154.
SECOND WISTRHT.
Governor. Robert L. Taylor 238, A
A. Tavlor 150.
Congrest. James Phelau 237, Zach.
Tavlor 157.
State Senate. Lynn 239, Montodon
ico 239; Hamilton 155, Smith 155.
House of Reprtttntativis.Umv 239,
Davis 239. Allen 239, Clapp 239,
Odium 239; Speaks 15 Fields 155,
Pickering 155, Kideout 155, (jriflia U5.
Till His DI4IKIUT.
Governor. Robert L. Taylor 129, A,
A. Taylor 69
Congress James Thelau 127, Zach
Taylor 70.
State Senate. Lynn 125, Montedon
ico 120, Hsmil.on 70, Smith 71.
Houte of liepreuntalivet. Kartell
126, Davis 120, Alien 123, Clapp 127,
Odium 127, Speaks 70, Fields 69,
ncaeung vo, wiueout tt, onum 70.
HIXTH BISTUltT KALKIG fj.
Governor Robert L. Taylor 57, A
A. Tavlor 118.
Congrest. James Phelan 57, Zich
Tavlor 118.
State Senate. Lynu 58, Miutedonico
58, Hamilton 117, smith 117.
Houte of Representative. UtTToft 59,
Davis l9, Almn 59, Clapp 58, Odium
57. Speass 116, Fields 119, Pickering
117, Kideout no, uritiin lib.
SEVEHT1I DIsTKICT.
Gotvrrwr. Robert L. Taylor 198, A
A. Taylor 132.
Congress James Phelan 198, Zach
Taylor 131.
State Senate. Lynn 183, Montedon'
ico 183, Hamilton 137, Smith 137.
House of Representatives. Harrnll
181, Davis 182, Allen 185, Clapp 181,
Udium 183, speak 131, Fields 132
Picketing 131, Rideout 131, Griffin 131.
EIGHTH DISTRICT AKLIXUTON,
Governor Robert L. Tavlor, 65,
A. A. Taylor, 88.
Congress J amis Phelan, 64, Zjch
Tavlor', 89.
State Senate. -Lynn, 65. Monte-
donico. l. Hum! ton. 88, Smith. 88.
Howe of Representatives. liarrell,
65, Davie, 65, Allen, 65, Clapp, 05,
UJium, 04, Boeaks, 8S, Fields, 8S
Pickeiini, 88, Rideout, 88, Giillin, S,
KIMHTII BISTRICT-BHIJNSWIf'K
Governor. Robt. L. Taylor 51, A. A.
Tav'or 42.
Congress. James Fhelan 48, Zich
Tnjlnr 45
State Senate. Lynn 49, Montedonico
4'J, Hamilton 44, naana 44.
House of Ilforesentntines. TTarru'l Aft
Davis 37, Alltn 60, Clopo 49, Odium
40, Speeks 45. Fields 43, Pickering 43,
xuueout to, uruuii oa. ,
M.NTH niSTBUT-FISHKKVILI.E.
Goterncr. Robert L. Taylor 76, A
A. Tavlnr K3.
Congress. James Phelan .76, Zach
luvu r oa.
State Senate. Lynn 76, Montedo-
nirn 7fi. Hamiiion fi Smith K9
House of Riprisentatives. - llarrell 79,
Davis 70, Allen 77. Clapp 76, Od
ium vo, Kpeeks 5-', l ;ei(ls 53, Pick
ering 51, Rideout 6.1, Griflin. 31.
aiSTHlHSTKUT-MANUXICnALL
Governor. Robert L. Taylor 101, A
A. A. Taylor 76.
Congress. James Phelan 104, Zich
Tavlor 76.
State Senate. Lynn 104,Montedonico
104, llamiltm 76. Smith 70.
House of Rfpresentatives.Htrrtn 104,
uavis j 04, Alien ia;f, uiapp 1U5, UJ
lum 103, Speaks 76, Fields 76, Picker
iug 72, Kidejut 73, Griflin 60.
TEKTII IISTHICT-40a.LIEBTILLE
Governor. Robt, L. Taylor 242, A.
A. Taylor 182.
Conjrrrss James Phelan 237, Zach
Taylor 185.
Stale Senate. Lynn 242, Montedoni
co 235, Hamilton 180, Smith 179.
Houteof Ripresentatives.BtiTreW 75,
Davis 236, Allen 238, Clapp 241, Od
ium 240, Hpf-sks 180, Fluids 180, Pick
eting 177, Rideout 180, Griffin 174.
XLETENIH DISTRICT.
Governor. Robeit L. Taylor 104, A.
A. Taylor 170.
Cong rets. James Phelan 104, Zich
Tayir 170.
SlateSetiate Lvnn 103 Montedonico
102, Hamilton 170, Smith 170
House of Repristntalhcs Hnrrell 07,
Davis 101, Allen 103, Clapp 102, Odium
102, Speaks 172, Fields 170, P.ckering
171, Rideout 170. Griffin 170.
TWELFTH DISTRICT OBAXttE
HALL.
Governor. Robert L. Taylor 18. A.
A. Taylor 17.
Congress. James Phelan 18, Zach
Taylor 17.
State Senate. Lynn 3, Montedonico
3, Hamilton 32, fmith 32.
House of Representatives. llarrell 3,
Davis 18, Allen 3, Clapp 3, Odium 18,
Speaks 16, Fiids 17, Pickering 6,
Rideout 16, Griflin 17.
TWELFTH DISTRICT OAK VILLE.
Governor. Robert L, Taylor 37, A.
A. Taylor 165.
Congress. James Pbelan 36, Zach
Taylnr 106.
State &-nate. Lynn 33, Montedonico
30, lljmil'on 105, Smith 164.
House of liepretntaMis. llarrell 32,
Davis 82. Alien 31, Clapp 33, Odium
30, Srwrks 100, Field" 105, Pickering
105, Rideout 105, Gr flin 106.
SIXTEENTH DITRIL'T.
Governor. Robt. L. Taylor 84, A. A.
Tavlor 90.
Congrees. Jemets Pbelan 84, Zach
Taylor 90.
State Smate. Lvrn 84, Mottedonito
81, Hamillrn 03, Smith 90.
Jlo'ise of Rer(Hntatws.TarTe 83,
Davis 84, Alien 84, Clrpp 84, OJluin
8 If Speaks 95, Fields 90, Pickering 90
Kideont we, ur.ma vo.
SKTEliTEENTU BirCOKK ELL'S,
6'otvTnor. Robert L. Taylor 18, A,
A. Tavlor 79.
CanoTf-M. James Phelun 18, Zich
Tavlor 79.
Slate SWmfe.-Lynn 18, Montedonico
ro ir :i. -o L, ul
io, iiaiauion is, ooiitu
House of R' liresentatives. llarrell 18,
Davis 18, Allen 18, Clapp 1 Odium
18, 6peabs 79, Fields 79, Pickering 79,
Kideout 7!, Griffin 79.
EIGH1EEKTH DISTRICT.
(Vom-nor.-Robert L. Taylor 161, A
A. Tavlor 71.
ConjrrfM. James Phelan 161, Zach
Taylor 71.
State Senate. Lynn 161, Montedon!
cj 161. Hamilton 71. Smith 71. '
House of Reprttentatives llarrell 101,
Davis 100. Allan 158, C'app 101,
Odium 100. Speaks 71, f n-wis 71,
Pickering 71, Kideont tl, uriiuu 71.
TOTAL TOTE OF CITT.
Governor. Robt. L. Taylor 4S71, .
A Tc.lnr MI 'X
Congress Jamea Phelan 4SC0, Zach
xavior jays.
State Senate. Lynn 4930, Montedon
ion JUlin II.,o!llnn 1 'W Mmiil, 1!li
ITMiao nf li'Mirttlfnltvg. ITarrall
4899, Davis 48:14, Allen 4896. Clapp
Aitn f 1 , .. A.)na i.' 1.. 1 L-1..I.1-
tl'Lw, UU1UU1 lU-O, npOBAB iwi", I lHll
1301, Pickering, 1308, Rideout 1341
Griffin 1349.
I .
THE COUXTRY DISTRICTS.
(.'ot'frnor. Rabeit L. Taylor 2097, A
A. Tavlor 2075.
Congress. James Thelan 080, Zich
Taylor 2085.
State Senate. Lynn 2074, Montedon'
ico 2053, Hamilton 20S9 Smitli 2074
House of Representatives. llarrell
2087, David 2050, Allen 2116, Clapp
2083, Odium 19t9, Speaks 2071, Fields
2il0L. Pickering 2044, Kideout L'055,
Uritiin 2034.
TO TAL TOTE OF SHELBY COISTY.
Governor.-Robt. L. Taylor 6908, A
A Taylor 3478.
Congress. James Phelan 6'.'52, Zach
Taylor 3483.
State Senate. Lynn 7004, Montr don
ico 6943. Hamilton 3427.Smi.h 33S8.
House of Representatives. llarrell
6980, Dav:s 084, Allen 7012, Clupp
7005, Odium 6097, Speaks 3443, Fields
33rJ3, P ckonog 3412, Kideout 3390,
ynlhn 3381.
The latest and most authoritative
advices from the outlying counties in
this Congressional dietriot furnish ths
strongest feasors for tbe Dalief that
Mr, Phelan has broken the record. He
has carried Shelby, Fayette, Harde
man and Tipton, with three districts
to bear from. Fayette gives Phelan
103 meioritv. Two of tbe three are
Democratic, the other Republican, and
unless tney diner woolly lrom other
districts in tbe character of the vote,
Fayette went Democratic by at least
75. Hardeman gives Pnelan 005 ma
jority, Tipton 210 and Shelby 3469,
making a lotal of 4409. This is by far
tne largest majority ever given any
candidate in ten district.
POLITICAL NOTES.
Allen led his ticket. ' 1
Lynn led in the city.
Tub greatest surprise of all wzs that
Fayette went Democratic. ,
A. L. Elcan, Democrat, was elected
to iue xjrgiBimura iroia npion.
Allen led in the country, with Uar
rell second. Both are cjuotrymen.
Tub dittrict gave Phtlan over 4400
mnjorily. He carried evry county.
Col. Wm. Sandkord is elee'ed Sen
ator liom Fayetie and Tipton ounties
by a sale majority.
J. S. R. Cowak, D.-mocrat, is be
lieved to have been elected to the
L-g:8l ituro from Fayette.
Piiki.an broke all the records. He
carried the city, the cnun'ry, every
county in the oi trict, and hto msj iri
ty is the largest ever givtn a Congress
man. The election of Col. Wm. Smford
will bo h iilHd with delight all over
Wst Tenuees?e, and in Memphis es
pecially, where he has a host of warm
personal friends.
Flue HatciiCH at Hi n I lord..
AMUSEMENTS.
Roblnaon'e Hneewni.
This popular family report is daily
crowded with the most fashionable
audiences, seeing the eights1 that can
be seen at this place, and Mr. Ribin
son'a untiring effort? to please the
public is receiving a deserving reward,
and ihe management should rtceive
the full support of the amusement
public for the resprctable way the
museum is conducted. Order and re
spectHbiliiy is strictly enforced. The
two floors this week contain a grand
collection of curiosities and wonders.
In the curio hall is presented Ad
miral Dot and M as Jennie Quigley
and Mr. Wm. Pennick, tie so-called
human balloon, front the wonderful
performance of expansion. This gen
tleman by inhaling air to (ilia his
lungs that he expands his chest nine
teen inches. The expansion of the
human breast ol a person is only two
inches. On the third floor is found
Mile. Verona, the human match, so
termed from her ability to light the
gai with her finger, a piece of ice,
wa'er, coin, or anything her audience
may hand rnr. ,
Mulford, Jeweler, 294 Halo street,
solicits orders from 1 be comitrr.
LAW REPORTS.
Chancery Conrl Elicit, Judge).
flalanrfap far KntAmha, Ath J574
Hooper ve Hooper; 4598, Oneal vs
f'raolV, - 4M10 lijthl . fV.h . aiinv
Howell vs Grieshiibfr; 4606, Biggs vs
Grieehaber; 4010, Poindexter vs Col
lier; 4dio, jona vs ureatti; 4ii., Mar
ion Urx.l Af.AA VtlanL. - 'rth-
4032, Uotifitt vs E son ; 4654, Sirong vs
Guion; 4060, Beaumont v Tilley;
4082, Doyle vs Fuzge aid ; 4083, B and
vs Busbby ; 4B94, Iteindekopf vs Ber
toreili : 4098. Ciea'h vs flr.a'h: 4760
Peters Birchui; 4767, Bink of
Commerce va Flannigan; 4706, En
swinger vs Powers; 4708, Higgins va
Chasicery Conrl I Hell, Judge
Decrees yeatetdav: Mitchell vs
Mitchell, abating cause: Auocrson vs
Mason, continued; Cnbbins vs lies
key, appointed guardian ad li'ein;
S rest vs Bowerp, Brown vj Miller,
Vas:ar vs Kay, contnned; Steele vs
Hoist, ordtr on Speed; State vsZeat,
sale nofjlirmed ; Stati vs ',u lor, pro
c:)nvacatid; Gorant h vd Carf y, fale
and (lis ribut'oo; English vs Thomas,
in drmurrer; b'e vi Butler, dts
lot 20, cruntry lot 510; S'ate vs Butler,
rl's. lot, ci'tn'ry lot 403 ; cam of
Z notil vs MiKenna, Thursday, which
will also be mttion day, af er wtiich
calendar as j ub ished will be called.
ItiMpccl Wulford n tsiock.
iffiiraij icrioi
RIVER PLASTERS DEEPLY INTER
ESI ED IS THE RESULT
Or the Request Made for Aid What
Major Dibuey Sajs of the
Levees.
The planters along therivtr tithe
southward are awaiting with onsidxi
U int-trest tbe promulgation by the
Seoretary of War of the allo'men's
made by the River Coinmiaiion at
their niestiug ia New York. The
Ysxio Delta Botrd asked tbe c un-
nuBsion this year to apiircpria'e $12;'
COO out of the fund at their (linpoiai,
to add to the f 100,000 levied from tbe
planters by the Ddlta Board, and
which amount is insufficient to carry
out the plan considered reer&ary for
the adequate protection of thn levees.
ItiabHlieved that with $525,000 the
levees can bo built to stand, provided
the commission ran st p caving, a r-
piilt which tliey Hops to attain. Maj.
D.ibner, chief engineer ol ths li zoj
Miesirwiniu Delta levees, makes the
fjllowiug statement in regard to the
leves:
The Mislfsippi Levee District (or
lower district) has a line of levees
about 220 miles in extent Before tbe
war these levees were mainta nod in
a comparatively perfect condition and
uni'er tlgp ir protection ninny millions
of dollars were invest d in improving
large areas of a'lnvial lands, which
yielded annually a vast quantity of
product in euttun and coru. During
the progress of the war great bavee
was made on this linn of levees, I oth
directly and indireo ly, the direct de
struction being incident to the opera
tions of the armies and fleete, and to
the unc?aut g caving of the river
banks, the indirect injury being pro
duced by genva! neglect. Thessme
may be said of the Y. zoo-Mies' ssippi
Delta (or upper) District. At the
close ol the war theBe levees were
in a very deplorable condition of in-
Botliciency, the gaps in the lino were
very extensive and the whole Yazoo
basin was at tbe mercy of the Missis
sippi river Hoods. All this country
was practically uninhabi able without
levee pro'eatiim. The people in the
territory which ccnjlilutsa the levee
dittrict went to work manfully to re
st: re ther lovees. They organized a
lovee diHtric', and tixtd ibeir cotton
$5 I or ba'e, and their lai.il a sp-cilic
tax per acre. h:nce tne c'o.'H ol
the wnr they have exptnled
nearly lO.OOO.OOO on their levus, all
of which waa coiitributed by four
counties. The upper or Yezoo-ldiB-
siaedppi Delta Dittrict did not
display so mucn enterprise
uotil two years ago, when by act of
the Legislature this territory was or
ganized into a levee district, with au
thority 10 issue ji'U,uuu in levee
bonds, supported by taxation on the
lands embraced in the district. Those
bonds were negotiated at par
and the money expended in an
eflort to res' ore their line of levoee,
110 miles in extent. The money
which theee bonds yielded was Use
than half the sum required to make a
perfectly a?cura line of leve s. This
year a further Issue of $4(10,01)0 of
bonds waa authorised, and these have
been ruccorsfu'ly negotiated, and the
proceed are about to be applied to
levee b lilding. But there is still
of di licit of about $125,000 for present
needs. All of this expenditure of
money on the levees In MipsisMppi,
amounting to nearly $7,000,000 In the
two levee district, has contributed
d rectly to thn furtherance of the Mis
fissiiipi R ver Commission's plans for
improving navigation in the river by
conserving the flood energies anil
thereby deepening the channel, a re
sult which is everywhere mauifested
where levees are matninineu on both
siiies of the river. The River Com-
niis i-in, with the limned means
f jrnishi d by Conjirens, has boen able
to make only feeble eflbits in utilizing
tne important ficlor of levees in con
serving 11 10 1 waters an lec ..tiring away
the enormous depuaits 01 sand in
the channel. While fully appreciat
ing the value of levees aa an indispen
sable adjunct to channel improv.-
ineut, and recognizing the great ad
vantage which would accrue to the
United States Government by co
operating with the local levee organi
zations for a mutual and common pur
pos, they have been able to expend
in Mise'sippi only about $4 10,000 in
the lower dis'rict and about $40,000 in
the upper district, against ihe $7,000,-
000 expended by tbe people in Iheee
districts under a very heavy burden of
special taxation for levee purposes.
the benetits'of which are reaped by the
government equally with tbe owners
with tbe own
are so taxed, ,
of these lauds which
Diamond WH'hOK,ltIulforrs
THE ELECTRICAL GIANT
1'oara oss I hit Corner erf Reeoad anel
nadlaoa Slreele.
About 5 o'clock yesterday evening,
while Mr. Charles Dollman, the con
tractor, was standing on the northeast
corner of Second and Mudism streets
talking to a couple of friends, one
band resting upon a wire looped on an
electric light pole, he suddenly uttered
a cry and fell sprawling upon the pave
ment." Don 1 touch mm don't touch
him," excitedly cried one of his com-
nanistneB TJriitin ( ra tltliaa was In tka
jj iit'ajr vv hum kuo wvuui Tvewnv aaa mo
act of lifting his fallen friend. The
next moment Mr. Dollman sprang to
his feet, unhurt, but badly rattled.
and during the remainder of the con
ference fought shy of the post.
An hour or so alterward, when
the current had baen fully turned on,
and not only the wire bu- the wooden
post was thoroughly charged wilh
electricity, a darky lounged np to
the post and clasped it in an effVc
tionate imbrare. In an icstacit he
wa3 thrown upon the curb, hie
head st'iking the stone with suf
ficient violence to render him
nncocscious for a time. Jlia Injuries
were so severe that it was decided
best to remove him to the hospital. A
crowd afterward collected, and for an
hour or more remaiued about the
placo, makiog experiments, ap
pr achlrg now and then to the
danger ana. Mr. Nat Graves
wsb one ol tbe nrst to put the discov
ery to uss. and, standing at a little
d B'atjce, be held the end of his cane
n Don the post. Ids sting npon a car
dial hand.-hake with every man he
knew who happened to pass. In
every case, of cours", the thock was
communicated to thoss who claapeii his
iroad palm, and it was amui-ing to
study the expieesinn upon their I acts
surprised, electrified. When lest
jen IVTr. Uraves wai listening to a
roposition frr rn the mftnin'r of K b-
ism's MuBfiirn, who wautd to ex
hibit him as the K ectrical Giant.
MoiKsjram IE:iiif(I4, 9Inirril.
JTt'iiiR nntl CT-niilii.
Ladies aid g-intd' citues e'etned.
or dyed la auy color, aUo kid glovo",
ostrich feathers and lane cnriains liy
Louis R'dgel, 58 Jeller n street, Mem
phis, Teon. Goods received by express.
E. SLAGER,
Tailor and Importer.
WT FALL JTOCK tt few eomplete. The I.argoet, CholMSt anel
Moat Varied I have ever offered la Memphis, eonsntlne of aU Ue
" " " --" iD-irrsi varieij, ail or tne a, I DI-.aiUNS,
latroducoa tj tbe ladlnr Importers of KnaMend, fraaoe and Oer-
maDy. 1 wiaa 10 ssaae rrsfni ia
mm uuiTiiuiuutuiABS Ulna B17
vku sisnv.
Cor. Sicond and Jefferson
rvr -
A SOCIAL EYEXT.
Ilrll'lanl Kec-Hou la Honor or
Mim Kroerrn Trend well.
The debut in society of Mis l!e-
necca lremiveii wan iuatietueorca'ion
of a very elegant reci plinn given lasit
night in her hci.or at lie residence of
her parente, Mr. and Mra. A. B.
Treadwell, at N.i. 228 Ut.iou street.
Tiie crean of Memphis eiciety
sonmed to have turned ont in honor
of the fair debutante, and thespacioua
parlors of Mr. Treadwell's r.'aiilotra
were enricliid by tho beauty ami
fashion uf the city nnayed in their
loveliest garb. No efloit stems to
have been epa'ed by the honint it le
givers cf tho rtception to make the
etitertainrnent in every way woit'.iy 1 f
her in whose hrnr.r it was (jive a and
the fair gii'e'H the had Biim
mor.ed to her siiie, iiud it
is r.ot too much 10 say lha
the refult wai a brilliant eurcces.
The parlors were decora led with tiie
choicest tlowerj cf the coniervat ry,
aud a fl rHl arch of "Welcome," sus
pended under the folding dorrs, gave
to ea h vieiior the asturauceol hearty
greeting. Arnold's llaod wes there,
dice :ursiiig niuaio that might have
tempted a hermit to dance, aud the in
vitation offered by the entitvhg
music wan freely accepted. By a
happy srrangoinent of mirrors thn
forms of thn duncars and the. parti
colored globes thut tempered the light
of the chandeliers above them were
multiplied agin and uga n, eo that
the spectator e'andirg at. one end of
the par'or.t beheld au unbroken vluta
of lovely forms and glowing colota,
ad blending hatmrniously in the anft
ened light, the former gliuirg graceful
ly into the dietaut perepeclive, to the
tuneful meafure of route eutrarcing
wai a lo the dining room cham
pagne, punch and the most delicate
vauds were eerved to all who came.
The table wis exquisitely arranged, a
bed of red roses and white (lowers run
ning down its entiio length and cap
tivating all the senses by its fragrance
and beauiy. Judged by the lcok of
pleasure that seemed lo animate the
faces ol all who were present, the ef
forts of Mr. and Mrs. Treadwell to
please their gnosis were rewarded to a
moat fiiatoiul degree and the evening
was epeut in a manner that left noth
ing to be desired. Among the ladies
present were:
Miss Olie Clapp, Miss Carrie Keating,
Miss C. Mamlieiil, Miss Annie Long,
Miss ft. lleiskell, Miss Marina kojle,
Mi's Mottie Humos, Miss Liiiie Hunt,
Miss Anna Mansnuld,Miss Aliee Jones,
Miss Kate Uslea, Miss Hottie bnonoy,
Miss Minnie l.onK, Miss lassie II units,
Miss Sallle Lonney, Miss Lila Lv "ns,
Miss Mamie Vass, Miss Nona Vniut'r,
Mis. Mamie Savase. Miss A. l'aitnrson,
Miss Mattie Hunt. Miss Bet tie llrii.k'Of,
Miss Aline tluiwilon, Jim Kate baundors,
Miss Mailve llruee, Miss Mara-ia Voston,
Miss Kale Maury, Miss Kva lilihtbiirne,
Miis lo rieraiues. Miss II, Clark, Miss
Miss J. Alcorn, .Miss Alias (I. Alenrn, Miss
Miss J. Munliiniiiory, niir. 11. i.lKhliiornn,
Mi's M.Hriulirt,ArkMiss Matlie Mr liny,
.Miss KeliciMia Million, Miss P. rluiiiinniiil,
Mii;a KiilaCnehriin. Mies Kobecea MeKar,
Miss Lsnra I'rniiilfit, Miss Clyde Thornton,
Misa Ida llrnoe, Misshullie llrnwu,
MirsC. Hi ml mun. Miss llessia Vance,
Mise Motte Htrullon, Miss Mamie flre.ory,
Mirs Jennie Walker, Miss Lula (loodiiuin,
Miss billy i-'tratlun, Misa Hohecri CuMwell
Mis 1 l.nuire Hneed, Miss Maudo MiiiuiTii,
Miss Hanliel Hull, Miss Norinudoo iiiihh,
Miss Lnura Wrialit, Miss Kannie Hnt bclt,
Miss Rose l,en, Miss Krankie Jobnsnn,
Miss Kate Wriiilit, Miss M. Liglitliurn,
Misa Pearl Nouly, Miss Kilna Ksinbiiut,
Miss Planch Kronn, Miss Maaaie Haiubaul,
Miss Jennie Iny, Misa Aildie M. dais,
Miss Matuio Hcaifn, Misa Magsie Maorao,
Miss Mary Murlin, Miss Julia Karr,
Miss Connie Whito, Miss Nellie White,
Miss Jennie IVIit, Miss Mary Mallnry,
Miss JessieKonntday, Miss Lucy I'ottit,
Miss Kusa Itumbaut, Miss lieltie (irniiory,
Miss l'et Oiillnway, MissCarrio (Irosveuur.
IktiiinoiMlM ill Mill lord's.
ECZEMA,
And ttvery Si' l of lirhlnsr and
ItiirniUK li-ea Cured bjr
nllrurs.
11ICZKM A. or Halt Kheum, with its saonli
y Ins Itching mxl burnini, relieveil by a
warm bath with ('I'Tictia Hoar, and a simile
aiiplinallun nf Cunonaa, the meat Hkin Cure.
This repeated daily, with two or three dnses
of Ctmnum Hsaui.vKNr, the Mow lilood Pu
rifier, to keen the blond oool, the perspira
tion pure and unlrrilutina, the bowels open,
the liver and Kidneys aolhe, will speedily
cure Ecsema, Tetter, Kinaworin, Psoriasis.
Lichen, Pruritus, rinald Head, Dandruff and
every specie, of Itchlna, Healy and Pimply
Humors of the Sum p and Hkin, wher the best
physicians and all known remedies fail,
RI'SEMA.
I gratefully aok now loose aeure ol Koiema,
or Sail Uheuui, on head, neck, faoe, arrrs
and lens for seventeen years not able to walk
escept on hands and knee, for one y ear 1 out
able to help myself tor elsht years) tried
hundreds of remedies 1 doctors pronnuneed
my ease boneless; iwriuan.nlly eured by the
Cuticusa Kkuiihfn.
will McDonald,
2A42 Deurburn street, Chicaso, III.
rotten a.
Some five months uso I had the pleasure to
Inform yuu of my improvement in tbe use nf
the Cutioiiba HsasmaH ia my ease of severe
Chronic Kciema Erythematosa, and today
cheerfully confirm all 1 then said. 1 consider
my cure perfect and complete, and attribute
It entirely to your remedies, havir used no
others. FGHMAN KHKNCU AR1)0,
3t0j Penna avenue, Ht. Louis, Ma.
K' IK SI A.
I have suffered from Halt Rheum for over
eicht years, at times so bad that I ouuld not
attend to my business for weeks at a time.
Three boles of I'liTiniiRA and four bott es
HsHiiLvaaT have ent rely eured me of this
dreadful disease.
MK. JOHN THIRL, W llkesbarre, Pa.
(TTICIRA KKMKniF
are sold by all drussis a. Price: CtiTicnaA,
,10ots.t ROLVNr, Jl.lfli Hoap, 2.5 cis. Pre
pared by PoTTKa f.in san CiiamrAt, Co.,
lloston, Mass. Mend lor " How lo t'nro
A hiss fllaenare."
11V ATTTIFY the Comtileslnn and Bkln
1VaJKJ Dy usina the OoTimiRA rtnAr.
X Oaii't X3rettlio,
Chest Pains, Numbness, Fore-
ness. Hacking ooutrh, Asthma,
Pleurisy and Inf) .niination, re
lieved Is one niluul br the
y niicnri asiii.Pain rinaler.
Nnthins like it. At drus ists. Ii6
fuller Drier unci Chemical Co., B"'ton.
NoD-ReHident Notice.
No. fii2o In the Chaneery Court of Shelby
County, Tmin - bt.ile of Tennessee va.
john-Q. Davidson.
It aiipearins from hill which la sworn to in
this emu.e tht tiie ilufnndants. Harriet K.
Smith, Kllen None, Louise fiooe, James Mu-
mlan, are non-resnioniH 01 iuc niate ci 1 eo
ne'iseet and t ai'i'erina from the ro'urn ot
tltn Hh.riS' (i'i,t. Michael iMah.r and Nullie
Hinilh are not to be found in his O'Uinty:
It Is therein e ordered, inal they inane
their apietriuiro herein, at the o urthouse
. -L-lI '. 1 l-.n..kl. ''... ..n n.
U' rueiujr coiiiiij'. ,., ,v'i,,.,u" "
before tne Brnt Monday in December, lVt),
and plnsd, miswcr or demur to con p'ain
ant's bill, or the s.iine will be taken lor
oonfosscd as to Ilium ""d set for h'nrir.s ea
psile; and that a copy of this order be 1 ub
lislicd nee a w ok, for four sc oer-iv.
oi ks, in the Mnoiphia Appeal. "I nis 14th
day of October, l"l. A eopv attct!
H. I. MeDOWKl.L, Clerk and Wester. .
lly T. B. Caldwell, Ocasitv 0. and M.
V. II. k C. Vr'. llaiikeli, tiolleiUrs for com
plainant. Irl
mi
f's.
a. "l r 1 1 1 4 1 v tn mw nniinntaM - a
SSAUniriCKHT I .
lOCai at nr
Sts.,
Memphis, Tana.
.v. ...!..:'.;;.' ta.-e isww.es.i iii.i ii.i.ii
FOR UK NT.
ME furnished Iront room. 3 squares frosa
Ponb dyjloteat lui Monroe street.
2-HTOHV Frame. 8 rooms, lurire yard, riev
eelh, near Cnroliti". l"K. LAtlKENCK.
IjIKONT ROOM-Larsc and ple.Vant, nice-
J' ly f urtiished.jtt 4, l'ontnt c .ireet.
N
EAT PRICK COTI'ViE With5rooms.
sood cistorn, No. 7V 1'ontotuc. Apply at
N o SI IN roTilU ST
R
OOMS- i'leasant rooms, furnished II
drsirrd , with references, at 'M M i li-on.
JOOM Nicely furnished, Hith or without
I board, with private Ininily j suitable for
two (rcntlemcii, or rent e in 11 11 and wife;
t.rms rcasonaldo. At -.''.M'nion street.
I Ol).MS Two, nicely furii'shei: aiiilsblo
J V for ccntlouicn ; five uiinutos' walk fro at
Court S(U:ire. Aildre s X. V,
MY ItHSlDliNCE No. Int Poplar street
- to jood tenant W. A COLLI Kit.
1 ES1DKNCE-
J V I,. II. KATON. 13 Madison st
1 OOM Furnished roou
At liift I'nlon street.
TfQV 1S7-A v.'lunble pinntaiien In the
V .MIhs ssippi river bottom ; M acres in
cultivu'tion, with aood houses and teuces,
steam sin, a fine oreharj, eto. Waalsooder
for sale of) iuuloi, corn, hay, tools, wiisons,
and h 'Ue and kitc(cn furniture, on credit
of twelve months, will security 'or personal
property... TUOS. li. ALLEN k CO.
CIOTTAOE-Three rcoms, on Klinwoo.t
J street ear line, near south sale Kim wood.
Appl yat 3 Ui 1. ion 1 st. J U3L E tiO W.
HOl'H I'- No. 2l:t l.au.lerd ile street ; new.
with ntneiooms and lame yurd: near
Miss lliuloe's school, M. L tsEl.tKM,
. 1W7 Main street.
DOUHLK COTTA'iK-Oti ViriiinU vs
rue, Uvo mlnulcs' walk to street cars,
new, rhuun and convenient. Cu'l st lei) Rny
hnrn for particulars. Mr. K. L. WHIiliiT.
o
FF1CE First lloor-
At XI Madison street
ISV RN ISH ED ROOMS With hosrd. "Ca
P isine ol iieculinr esccllcnce." Vi Court.
4KLK0 AN T ROOMS-At ,M Market stree-ri
sinslo or en suite, furnished or unfur
nished, jrood water, and roar business,
COTTAUK-Neven rooms, on Walker are
J mi, en Flinwood stroet car line. Apply
at 3HJI' men slreot. JUS. LENi"W.
PLEASANT furnished room for senile
n en ; HI Washine'ton ; rclorrnce roiiilrA
TORE ROOM -On Main str.et, dwellins
house on Court streei.acd several vacant
lots. Apply to It. II. HNOWDKN or J. L.
OOO D LOK ,JWM ad i so nst ree t.
ST0RKIIDII6K- Four story and basement
storehouse. No. 2M Front street
M ALLOW Y, CltAWFOHD A CO.
OOMS-Weil furnished rooms. No. W
Linden street.
IOTTiiN OFFICE- Apply to I7M. Apper
J son A Co., No. Sit Front street.
Ebl'HE-aai Washiua-ton H . 1 7 rooms aai
b.throom. Apply at VA Poplar St.
QTOKKUlHISKH-
O No. li'sl Main Street.
No. r Main Htreet.
No. m Main Htreet.
tpplyto I A M KM LKK, Ja.,4 Mudisin ft
K
OOM8-Two furnished or unfurnlsh.4
rooms at 40 Madison street.
M.itdANT newly lutnlshcd rooms, bath
i room, etc. Inoiilre nt tta flonrt street
UNION & PLANTERS' BANK
OI' Mi:.lIPIIIN,TILX.f
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS,
OOTOIlllIl SO, 1803
IICSOI'IM V.H.
Loan, and Discounts 11,1.17.344
Dank inihouse and oflloo flitLroe .W.ISK)
Overdrnlis 2S,iVi7 l
Expenses and hues 7,100 41
KiientEx.-hiirme ,IM,Kri M
Cash on hand ari8,il7 7.1- rat.MS
2,t ZH.94A 7V.
MAUII.IIII.H.
Capital P11I1I up I aJ.0fW 00
Undivided Profits 121, .177 H7
Eickanso and Interest 31,311 W
Duo other Uaukson
llillsrediscouuted.l 2n:),0l fv
Deposits 1,074.125 14 l.a77,2B 00
12,029,944 Tt
President
..Vice-President
Casiiior
NAPOLEON II ILL
WM. A. WILLIAMSON
8. P. READ
MKICtTOKs).
A. Vaocaro, Wm. A. Wllllamsea.
Joseph llruce, Napoleon Hill.
R. Dudley Frayatr, K. Knsier.
H. P. Read, Ben). Uahb,
John R. Pepper, Jas. If. McDavltt.
Isaaft N. Hnnwden.
-Sk
"To tho VICTOR tria LAUREL
Pf-minBnt in every higher quetity, te
HANAN SHOE hea become tre 9Cwi t-d-'i
(or fm wear awnong (Jietrtrnineting gentl(Ten.
A Iflan allh Ilralns nJ onerlrn
will drop pfity iirrdiutlirrH ni!flMly ptrked uf
whrn trulh Uihh Met ttii- iUwr. ISnrh rv ncA
ei try on peir ( " lliiiin " shin!.. We tttiem
tiie rcftiill : rvfry m;tn who Mitta 0r hret turf
ftfisHt Hrtu lr iti t nurkri will tittuine (tifli
HhI " H alien " limn.
CHANCERY SALE
Cf
III: Alt ESTATE.
No.P2092. R. D.-Chanoery Court of Shelb
county State of Tennessee for use. eta.
vs. W. K. Hutler et al.; No. 1704, K D.
Memphis City vs. M. 11. Stillman et ai,
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decvee tl
sale, entored in the above eause on the
J lh day of Ausust, 18H4, M. II. 44. pan I'M.
I will sell, at pubhe auction, te the hisliss
bidder, In front of the Clerk hnd Master'
olHca. Courthouse of Shelby evunty, Aleak
phis, Tennessee, on
NHlurduy, Koveinbvtr IS, ISMB,
within IoksI hours, the follcwins describeil
property, si'uated ia bhelby eounty, Tn
nrs re, to-wit:
E st pa t of lot twenty nine lyin
west of mid sJloinin l t No. in Cherry,
Caldwell A Co.'. subdivis on ol part ofor.ua
ry lot 601, kr own as tho Arsenal tlmunila,
Ihe said ea t part of lot i'f fronting feet
on the no Ih riJc of Curt street eatended,
ruiinlna back IH io t, aaJ tbe east lineot
s.i'il lot lieiiig BblU 'eet west of the
norihw. st 0 n.er ol C.inr-.aiidO -loans sts.:
said lo's owned by dr'-'iidan'., W. A. Bifk
furd and Mrs M iri .n 11. cUilluiau.
Tonos i f iale-Un a credit ot six roorithf ;
nr,iot with eco i y; lion re'oined; ro Jomii
tion b irrod Th. 'ot ,l,er IS, IShti.
ri. I. VrD'lYVELL, I'lH'k and Mjiter.
By I'. II. C r'll ell, I'ei uty 0. and M.
.Vetenlf A Walker, an! Lanreno. Lamb,
6olicitora fur ooiup n't. st
atni

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