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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Ho. 38 MADISON BTEEET,
la la receipt f a lartrer, more varied and better le-
laatedsteck of C1SSIMEEES.W0E3TEUS, SLITIUGS
and OVEttCOimCS, (all
Ueai.) than wu Tcr shown
stack cenprliei the choicest
aad Btoit d arable roods In gentlemen's near.
tCT Samples and Prices on
who hare left measures.
290 MAIN STREET,
New Stock Open
P II IWlT
NEW AUCTION HOUSE
"VI7 k would reaceotful'y announce to the publlo that we have opened an Auction Injure,
Vy and will eoaduct the (Jeneral Auotion Uusinees. at our old tgd
Utr ret, in the Webster Biook. Havini seiurod toe services of Mj. J. R. MnDONALD.the
well known Aootien Salopian, who but a long- exnerie' oa in the auction business, we are
prepared to make sa'e- at KKSiDEN"KB or K lORKUOUShs, and will pay pnrMcu tar atten
Lon to the sale of Raul Etate and solicit a liberal patronage, aeonr mutto m QUICK SALK3
and PROMPT KKTrLKMKNTa We will make special rates with Attornejs, Adminis
trators, Assignees, Sheriffs. Commissioners and (luirdians. Sales at oar halerooins daily
at 10 o'clock a.tn and at 7 o'olook p m., end Trade fa es once a week, the diy to be en
Bounced hereafter. Consignments of Meroband;se of every kind sn'icited.
N. IITMOfrF V CO., I,ievntiel Auctioneers.
J. K. MnTOONAT.O. "ala.man.
live Nighte and Saturday Matlnte Com-
"Thi Idol or tbr Fo Lotino Pdblio,"
Miss KATE CASTLET05
and ber Famous Company of Comedians in
Brilliant Mus'el Ludicrous Situations!
nm-SeaMatMul o'd's -tra
Mor. lu-ME8TAYIitl-VAUaHAN CO.,
in WB. US CO. .
Hov. ll-i2-ta-MI3B ADA ilRAY, in RING
Eugene Robinson's Museum.
CROWDED DAILY BY THB ELITE I
Open Daily from lentil 10:30 p.m.
Open S-itardsy tyer 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Everything New in both Halle; Admiral
DOT and JEN NIK Qt'I'sLKY.tbe Mid.ete :
M'lle ARLINB, Human Match WM. PEN
NICK, Human Balloon T 3 OA VALUERS 3,
Albiros: and a hoot of other onders and
the BABY EWiNOS KLECTRIC CON
GRESS OF NOVELTIES in an entire new
programme in the Theater.
Me ADM'S ION TO ALL IO
Reserved Beats in the Theat er. 10- Et'ii.
DESIRABLE BOOMS-Wlth board, at
- Ti MADISON HT.
OOM Newly furulsh-d, wi'h board, for
smile eenuemen. at 87 Uourt steet
TABLE BOARD The hart the market af
fords, At 7 COUkT STREET.
EKIHABLK ROOM--Nely furnished
rooms and board, at At Alarkot street.
LIOIBLK tlOOMS-Wtth superior hoard,
two hi icke'rnm Oayns" time', swii-ihelhy
JAMES WASHINttTON, formerly onok at
the flayos. hns been emi loy'-d as oa
tererior45S nnl4N Shelby street, 2 squares
below Gayoso. where s-iperb meils. with
prompt attention, will be served lor $20 per
00MS Furnished, with board,
at "i Bneioy street.
ROOMS-Pleaeanr. furnish d rooms, with
board, tor ladies or e-eritlen ph. Terms
verv reasonable 1!I2 Cenrt Extended.
T. JAMES HOnSE-68 Adams street.
Board and loaning, y; cay hoird. nau.
BEAUTIFUL frht rooms, single or eo
suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
without Vn.rd : nt'-ier rnooi", ll4-li nnn.t .t.
COTTAGE A vtt choice ccttage of tix
rooms ou- Vance street, near Sbelbv,
wilb convaninnt out builuing, aim st new,
and in five minu'es' walk n' huslre's.
t W. ROHTEa k CO..
2U7 tecond street.
ATA BARGAIN A good paying German
BnanliDgheiise In Helena, Ark.,oner
wishing to ret re. Fnr furthnr particulars,
Ineuiroat BRUNBR'W. in Helens. Ark.
THOKIlU'JHLY srasened and 6nished
Blaek Walnut Slab, suitable forii terinr
work In building. Add. O. Letter Carrier 10.
HITZFKLD'8 Oil. Fluid and Gat S ovss,
for.ligbt bonekefl' g, gSi Peroud st.
FEW IIeetir.gStnv. aeoond band, good
as now, (heap. HlTZFitLI,a Second.
WOM.ULES AKD DRAYS.
Address W.i tbtiomee.
LOT-ChoJoo Fnrt Pickering lot; no elty
taea. DR. HINSON. m Main st.
FRAMECettace.oti eor. Rayburn ay. and
Georgia) et. lot 55x170. with a hnnso ot
rooms, 4a god order. This ie a choice pieoe
of property, and esn be purebasea on easy
monthly payment by payini part oaeb Ap
ply Minter Parker or A. J. Martin, 2Stt Main.
PLANTATION-On the Arkansas River,
Lincoln County 00 acres In high state
os cultivation 1 160'e'esin tract; well im
proved steam gin, i large barna. 21 good cab
Ins and handsome dwelling, 7 rooms, with 20
acres lawn ia fronti Liberal terms. Apply te
JIALLOKY. RAWKoRD A CO..
t 872 and fC4 Front street, Memphis,
or J. G GAVHKTT. Sarsssa. Ark.
HITZFfcLD'S Oil, Vapor and Gas Stoves
for Hb hontekeep'ng. 2A cond St.
HOUSE AND LOT-' he J. A. Hayes, Jr.,
rei.1ee. No. 362 Vance street. A poly
to W. O. H YES Hat National Bank
FOR HALE CHBAP-No. 8 Washington
llano Press, for nine-eolumn uaperi
good ss new. nqoire at No. 37 Union H.
AT F. A. Jones A Oo.'s.. one nice gentle
buggy MAHb that any lady oan drive
or ride perfectly sate.
RESIDENCE-Nos. Wand 88 Market at.;
iof od repair; lot 57,14'V. Apply to
M. C. KENNEDV47Sifosbyst.
bideboards, Lounses, ate.
AMbS, BEATTI B k CO.,
. No 363 Main street.
C CHAMBER'S FOLDING MACHINE-But
J little need, and is good condition. Ap
ply at APPEAL OFFICE.
TOE leaie and fixtures of the St. El no
Hotel, Ue-idian, Mist, Twenty-five
oommodions rooms, within three minutes
walk of the) Union Depot; large sample
room 'ea the street next door : now doing a
tood business and popular. Can be had at a
argain if applied for within the next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Elmire, proprietor,
OLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
MenaJe Building, occupied by B. Lnw
anstein A Bros. '; mus ho removed at onoe.
Apply to JOHN RICID. Builder.
NEAT COTTAOB-Of six roomii.end lot
200x44, 64 Dean avenue. Inquire on
HEAP One second hand R'TKWAY,
neany as gend as new, at 1IH I'ni. n st
nfiDAR HSNCING POSTS-For sale hy
U W. R. LAKH IN, Larninsville. Ala.
WOODL AWN STOCK FARM- In ihestnd
one lhorooirhr.rfl Running Hore; tea
!(). One Trof'in-11. re; fee, tin. OneJer
sey Bull: (ee, For l-'Lg so Hrraes,
8 Milco Cows, 15 bead llu'cher Cattle, Pca
oocks ond Newloa-dlanil Pups. IIo'h.s on
prtstnre, g", pr month ; Tcxa. norper, li'c ir
y. Ie)et.h')ne JobliPU ISV KNEV,
tbls seasoa'i Import-
Im tbli market. The
designs, finest textures
application to those
LEATIIUR BOX Containing dray re
ceipts. Leave at this office and te re
R.J. D. WUITE-243 Miln, cor. Jeffer
son st. Office telenhnno rl ; residence oa.
C CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
J ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
lavr TelfPhon. ij8. THOS OUHWINS.
COW-On Tburlday, near neon, two cows;
one a black, with or p and bole in ene
ear and slit and hole in the other; the
other, red and white spotted, with a swallow
fork In tight ear; teats have black marks.
A suitable reward for their return to me,
near corner of Lane avenue and Ay re" street.
MULE On November 4th, a brown mare
mule, branded K on cheek; meuth
out by bit. tlO reward for her return to 67
Hernando ft eet. D. BAVlOLt.
DARK Chestnut Horse, medium aire, ten
years old. Return to T. LENZI, No. 37
Main street, and bo rewarded.
MULES On the night of Oct. 3d, 3 miles
east of ColIierville,2 black mare mules :
one aboat four years old, in good fix and
trimmed up, with little white spot undor
jaw; the other, ten or twelve yours old.
rouuh, and n'-t so well trimmed. Reward
for information, or return of mules to J. W.
Young, Memphis, or
W. PHK'F. Cllicrvlllc, Tenn.
WANTED Five experienced salesmen
on Rand, MNaly Alo.'s New In
dexed Atlas of he World ; just out. Specif
territoryand liberr. contmirsirns. Addre s
No. 148 Monroe street, Chicago.
GOOD COOK No o'her need apply man
preferred. Ap"ly to
ANDERSON HAT CO.. 329 Main st.
AN To manage a Diirv; oung man
prelerred. Artdrcs' DAIRY. Appeal.
li-'IKST CLASS ENGINEER AN J MA
P C!l NI8T-0no whols familiar with hy
draulic pumps and do miliriyht wort pro
forrtd; hicbor salary paid and steady em
P. O. Box 8. Tcsarhana. Ark
SITUATION By colored man as drlrer,
por er, or any h"not wnrh. G ., A i'ioal.
100K Good eo'orrd cook, Immediately,
at ia Liinoen etrtet.
SCRAPER-HOLDERS, LAEORERS AND
Drivers; work lor K0 men all winter.
Applyon the work, in Indian Nation, twenty
mile, north of Paris. Texas.
FRVix-BmvHirK CoarafOTiog Co.,
Contractor 'Frisco R.R.
GOOD Colored Chambermaid,
At 72 Madison street.
POS1TION-A young single man would
like position as general assistant in rf
fice, store or mannf ietory, bill clerk, eolleo
tor, etc. ; will work cheap. J. P., this office.
LADY CA N VA 8SER For General Lee's
Memoirs; ona well acquainted in th
eity. Apply at Agency, 19 West Oonrt st.
CIOOK-Good first-class oook at 299H Sec
J ond street, up-stairs.
Kf TEAM8 AND TEAMS1ER8 To work
UU on levee at Austin, Mils. Will pa) 14
per day, or hire by the cubie yard. 100 goon
hands also wanted; will pay ft. SO per day.
Apply at F. A. Jones A Co 'a stable, 61 Mon
ro street, or oa the work, at Austin, Miss.
F. A. JONES A CO.
"DOOMS Two or three unfurnished rooms
JLv by two persons. Apply at Schilling's
xtoarqingnouse. Adams strwes
GUN la In every town to sell Pianos
LandOrsans. HOUCK A CO.. Memphis.
UTJATION As porter or house boy; can
give pity rererence. runifcrt. Appeal.
V OUNG MAN Experienced in Job Print-
J. in ir. yo. 10 wast Court Sireet.
3Ai.K8Mb,W la every State in tb li' ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
ipioiAl.Ttaa that are popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alon or in oonnootkn
with otter goods. Address THE WM. B.
PBTCF MAN11FG. Q.. BALTIMORE. Ml).
CHAMBERMAID With good reference,
v- at IJ Miutison street.
AY BOARDKHS Or wi hout rooms,
At Ki Kat Court street.
STAMPING AND EMBROIDERING To
order in belt stylo at
ROOMS-Well furnished rooms, No. 81
MAN An Intelligent.earnest man to rep
resent, in his own locality, a large re
sponsible home. A remunerative salary to
rwht party. Steady position References
exchanged. Amerioan Manufacturing Ujuse,
1 Barclay St.. N. Y.
1 f If W I I'DS. FEATHERS Hi, best cash
im tyj priee paid by GABAY. Memphis.
EVKRYI'.ODY TO KNOW-That 1 wil
FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
next thirty days for II SO.
' MB Mainreet. .
( LD GOLD A SILVER For rash ore!
I nlin,. MTtLPOHD. .lew. er. Su4Mia
Koch's Pat. Store
8HEI.TI!fO is adjustable to meet any need
or business. It ie cheaper than old style. Can
be pot up by any one. I'nrqnalr! for
Pantry and Hook oriel v. Address
KOCH A. II. C :o BIfrs
S41 MAIN 8T.. PEORIA, ...,or.
glmman ITnril"'..st. I.onl. Vc
Urethral Stricture Cured!
Removal Complete. Neiiher knife, caustic
sor dilation. No pain. to humbug.
Adr'B DIt. It. XV. TITTIIIIiT-,
BVX 131. 1TI.1XTA 1
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY,
THE DINER L DELAY.
LETEE BUILDISO TIED CP TTITH
Aa Interview With rapt. DabncT,
Who dirts Good Bcoson
"It erems rerratkable," said Capt.
T. U. rabney. chief erginter ol tbe
Ysuo Dnita LtTee Boatd, veetcrday,
to an Atpxal mart, "that the people
in the valley ebonld di-play noch
apathy in tbe matter tf rrotectinn
tueir overflowed land?. They have
permitied tbe River Commieucn lo
be insulted and snubbed hy Corgre s,
with hnt feeble protear. Tbe work of
river improvement has been tt a dead
stand for nearly to yeais, and new
stands on a very une rtain fi umifition.
Unltsa tbe coaimitei jn is heartily sna
tained by tbe people if the valley,
tbe whole machinery ol river improve
ment will sink and not te resusci
tated for perhaps a generation to
comn. The Altornt-y Genera1, to
whom tbe matter bos been referred,
probably does not appret ia'.o th fact
that unless the question is
the appropriation miuht en wall not
have been msde, at lesst for this sea
son, as tbe period for successful work,
which is unusually favornb e, is rap
id y passing away. The River Oom-mi-Bion
allct'ed $100,000 to th per
fe tins of the levies in the Yazio-
Mississippi levee district. Thearraoga-
ments for ppp ymg tee money already
in the hands ot the Leve- B md (some
$370,000) were made with a view to
the expenditure cf this additional
government money on our line. If it
ia not fo expended we will be in a
wotse ehspe than if it bid not been
promised u, for t" would then have
maue a amcient uieiriuuuuu ui our
own fan dp, end covered some points
which we have relied upon them to
covpr. It stems tt ma that t ie recla
mation cf the Mi slfsippl delta lar.di
from ovctfl jw is a
MATTER OK VA'.T IMP0RTANCB
to Ihe comraertial prosreiity of the
whole Mississippi Valley, and iti
beneficial influence would extend lo
he commercial centers of the nation.
Not the planters a one are inter a e:l,
bat the city population, aleo. Take
away all the levees above and below
Memphis, and b. r commerce would
be badly crippled. Build secure lines
of levees on both rides of the river
throughout the delta, and its products
will be iccieased font fold. Fortu
nately, the improvement in tbe navi
gation in tbe Miwisi-ippi river, which
the government has undertaken, is
inseparable from the reclamation of
tbe overflowed lands, for retaining
tbe flood watis in the channel is a
necessary feature in the werk cf im
provement. I repeat," Oapt. Dabney
continued, "that the prtsent delay
in the application of the last appro
piiatlon for river improvement ia
and ia the direct outcome of (he war
made upon the River Commissi n by
Southern Congressmen in the Forty
eighth Congress. This attack ws
made upon the commission npon a
purely one sided view of the matter
and in ignorance of the true state of
affairs. This kind of ignorance has
characterized tbe act on of Congress
throughout in dealing with tbo sub'
ject cf Mississippi river improvement.
Tnis is inexcusble Ignorance, becauee
the commission makes annual reporis
io ConpreR, in which all iU op rations
are described in detail. All obsoivx
lions and experiments are reported,
and their results. The comrnim-ion it
s f Is always acc.Siible to Cougross
for information, and yet Coupes!
seems to prefer t i
npon so irapor'ant a euhject, ignoring
a b )riy of tkillfol and purely disinter
ested "enuneere, of its own c:e.tion,
and inetigated by prejudice ar.d por
vorted Bta'cment, proceeds to ditta'e
Arbitrarily to the cornniiBS on and
make hsvee of river improvemenr.
Afier making the lust meager appro
priation, witu rtst-ic'ivec aues which
have so far reudi red the act inopera
t ve, in what appears to be a spirit o!
maligiity, Congress Mused to make
the tiBual and in'ces?e.ry provision to
sustain tho commission ; no provision
was made for theealvitsor expenses
of the member'. Tt.ia gave rice to
cotieidtrable delay before they could
begot toother for the purpose of
niakirg allotments of tho appropria
tion. Tfcey hud then to pay the r ex
penses out of their own pocaets, which
they could ill afford to do, as they are
and with no present prcspect cf get
ting that. The commission met in
New Yoik about the middle of Sep
tember. Tbia meeting place was ren
dered nece-eary by tbe ill health of
Gen. Gilmore, who was unable to at
tend elsewhere. They were confront
ed by provisions in tbe act of appro
priation which seem ad to estop any
application of tbe money at all. They
were r quired to make experiments
and await results, when the experi
ments had already been made three
years ago and the results known and
already reported to Congress. To re
peat the experiments would have been
a childish waste of money on a large
scale. Tbe commission was unwilling
to lend toelf to bucu fully. The Hon.
B. L. GibsDn, of Louisiana, appeared
befjre the comminion f r the cstenii
ble pnrpoee of interpreting the
MEANING Ot TBI ACT
for t'neir guidanee. It soon appeared,
however, that he was there merely ax
a special leader fr the bnildir.g of
levees in lower L ntiann. B t be
r-tated emphatically that it was tba
intention of Congrtss to r nt a slop to
bank revetment; that Congress con
sidered back revetment as a useless
and wasteful expenditure of money,
and that Congress required tbo com
mission to first build contraction d.kss
and then wait to fee if they w: u!d
not s op the banks from caving, before
applying benk revetment. Upon this
the rommi-sion showed that contrac
tion dikes had been built in Plum
Point reach three years ao, and that
tbe opposite bank had receded from
tbe dikes 1600 feet sines then, and the
CAVING WOULD C9RTIMUK
until arrested by revetment; that such
replication cf the money as was de
manded was equivalent to throwing It
into the river. Gen. Gibson naively
replied that he bad never heard of
that before, and tt)en conceded that
they might make bank revetmei ts,
but stove all other matters it was
their da'y to build up the Louisiana
levres. Under these orcurmtances,
the commieeion mado the allotments
rsthey thought proper, with a view
to the needs of the sitna'.ion, and
ninde it d. vol vo upon tha Secrelary of
War to determine whether lie cou'd
ItHfilly app y the money a9 aiJotUi !.
The cr.mtriih. ion rrfervtd tho privi
l.gH of reliott;PK the whl ai pro
j r at'ou if that, ailrVmer.t aa disap
proved, or of withholding it, a tr.
gr'ber if it could not be profitably
and proper'y applied to tbe further
ance ol ter troprotemtnt. mer-e
retary cf War, it esemf, hsd tj refer
the matttr U tbe Attorney General,
and thve it hang at prewnt.
A GIGAXUC PLANTATION.
Kaatera Hallroad Meet Pal 100,000
Arret or Land la Coiloa.
Vicksburg Ilerald: What are ra'd to
ba facts about the format iou of a gi
gantic citton growing as'ocia ionby
E'S'ern men were freely talked of last
night on the streets, and the state
ment that the rumors are well authen
ticated led to a grat deal of comment
on the subject. Tbo euhj-ct dis
cussed was the alleged combination
of Mr. C. P. Hnntington, of Now
Yoik; Mr. R. S Wilsnn, present of
the Louisville, New Orleans and Texas
railrcad, and Lehnd Sanford, of Cali
fornia for the purpose cf e?t iolishing
a cotton plantation ia the Mississippi
Valley, which is to cont da lOJ.t 00
acres of the bet land in the Houth.
The gentlemen who ere interested in
the movement are all capitalUts of
vast experience and unlimited means,
and the plantation, when itisouce put
in operation, will be the largest in the
world. The Louisville, Nbw Orltans
and Texas railroad, in which the cipi
taliets nouaed are large f tji kholdere,
owned 7011,000 acrrs of the rh h bot
tom land in tbe valley along the lini
of the Louisville, New Odetr.s and
Texas road and considerably more
than two-birds of this is sill the
property of tbe road. Thin is the land
to be converted into a mammoth cot
ton farm. The valley is Well protected
by an elaborata and txtrnaive
system of levers, and better
soil f jr the purpose could not
be found. The intuits, in the road
owned bv tbe tLrea men named will
give them an opp r unity t3 do ss
they plear-e with the vast territory of
valley land, and 100,000 acre's or more
will be made ore immerse p'antat'ou,
to be owned and c3ntrol)eJ by Mes s
Huntington, Wilson and .Sanford.
The plantation is to be supplied with
the latest machinery and agricultural
app'iancr s and will be worked in the
most approved manner. The scheme
has already developed into more than
tali and tbe land has already been
located near the line o' the roid,
thiugh exac'.ly where is nut known.
Or the Kflect or the Election and
Warm Weather oa Trade.
New Yobk, November 5. Special
tnlegrams to Jiradntreel'$ record a more
widespread check to the movement
of general merchandise than here
tofore noted. It is due in almost ad
instances to the combined influence of
tha elections and the continuation of
unseasonably warm weather. Tbe
only exceptions are Cincinnati,
Chicago and tit. Jotepb, where
no . special change' is an
nounced. Mercantile collections
are easier at SU Louis, fair at Burling
tin. Ia , and Bt. Joseph, and at New
Orleans more difficult, at Kansas City
falling off, at Cincinnati, and Peoria
notably slow. Tbe dry , goods trade
appears to foil the halt in buying as
much as any line. The salts at Be ton
are less than for several preceding
weeks. Prices hold steady and on
some brands of cottons are higher.
Raw wool ia qui it. There is an out
look for increased activity and prices
gonerallv well held, though soft in
spot. Fine, medium and Territoty
wjcla are noticcaby weaker. .
Calendar f r Friday: Nos. 70, Frr d
Davis; 08, Columbus Hughes; HI), "C.
VT.malor dtt W Anlmn Dnrin : (ti?. Ida
Ka.tn.-i-n'l 02. fctt K.llv Ml-rii ST Oat hr 1
un Muit.n Mnrnlivt 117. 1 .win Jeffer-
son; 81, Win. Noleon; 11, Thus. "Mur
ray, 7!, Win. Baldwin; an, win. late.
t'linasccry Court Elicit, Jnclge.
Haller va Fitzglbbons, demurrer
overruled and pUa dieul owt-d: titate
va Jackson, rehearing of H'alra a peti
tion denied ; Bta e vs Blackburn, mo
tion to set aside pro con, etc , over
ruled; Parnsyk vs Bcco, complainant
ent'ted to a decree on replevin bond
for $15 73 and t J subjdt't property con
veyed by Bjccj to wife fur baluuce not
realized ou boiid.
The folbiwmg dvcrees wre made
yesterday: Gossick vs Kison, dia
mitsed; inon vs McKenn, decree
on tleciaioa ; Wood va Jijiper.oo, mo
tion to dismiss it junction; Caruiicbael
vs Carrnichaal, lepoit cjnlirmtd and
sale; I'rovine va Stewart, title to lots
37 and 38; ttate vs Warner, on peti
tion; Ljwenstein vs Miseisippl Val ey
Insurance Cjmpany, on report, refer
ence oto. ; State vs lierroo, dis. east part
lot 17; Hall vs Filagibbon, on ruling
Court adjourned to Monday. Cal
endar as published.
Additional calendar for November
8'b: No. 4772, Murphy vs Kennedy ;
4780, Hmith vs Duval; 4824, Estes va
Jordan; 4809, Hraith vs Duval; 48!)7,
Ammonette vs B.-ard; 4900, Godwin
vsToddj 4919, Oloih vs Roper; 4923,
Schoo field vs Williams; 4928, McDer
mott vs Water Company; 4929, Walsh
vs Henley; 4931. Mobtey vs Mobley;
4947, Fleece vs Trader; 4950, Allen vs
Bentley; 4982, Orgill vs Trader; 4997,
O'Neill vs Goodie tt; 5002, Hill vs Hill ;
6010, Jones vs Nicbo's: 1018, Patrick
vs P.trif k ; 033, Comfort vs Warnei ;
5037, Grilling va Barlow.
Inripeet tiilfbrd a stock.
Willfana Wa'eh ti Joseph Bade
macher three lota firs', 83x370 feet,
north side of Johnson avenue, subject
io a lien of 15000 due the Clerk's
Building and Loan Association; sec
ond, country lot 529, containing about
half tin a re, north of and adjoining
tbe first lot above deecribed; third,
part of lot 387 of Memphis, south aide
cf Overton street, 24x74 feet. Con
Naonie May and Jessie Cnrrie to
M. B. Tres'vant, trust te, to secure
Gtrsuch A Tnisvant Li the sum of
$2700, lot tt of tbe T nvant subdivi
sion, orieinal Wdlo Williams subdi-
vision.of lot 6, 60x170 fett, Lauderdale
It at ford's, 210 Main.
A DrtiKgUra utory.
Mr. Isaao O. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y writes us: "I have
for the past ten vears sold several
gross of Dr. William II all's Baliarn for
the Longe. I can sy of it what I
cannuc sy of any other medicine, I
have never heard a cus'orner speak of
it but; to rraise its virtoes in the ntgn
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many casw of whooping
cough, with tho happiest eflacts. I
havu wwl it in my own family for
manv voar'; in fact, always huve a
ttottle in the modicine closet roady for
D'nuionda n( K ul Tor dV.
NOVEMBER 0, 188K.
ALL THE BARS LET DOW.
C0TI0N MAT BE HANDLED ON
President Haddcn Thrown Wide
date and Wa Is the Coun
President Ifadden informed an Ap
peal reporter yesterday that he had
determined npon heroic measures in
regard to tbe handling of citton, and
would allow compressi'n, trucks, diays
and railroads to run every day and
niirlit in the week and Sunday too.
"We want the peop'e in the enact y
to know," ha said, "thatweae pre
pared to hand'e all tbe cot'on llify
tan send u, and we want every bale
we can get." Cotton hardling was
made tbe subject of bis opening ode
iti the Polica Court yefterday morning.
He satd: "Ynu wil observe that the
position of a ff lira relative t tha rrgu
lation of trade and tralilc was well
ventilated at the meeting of the Coun
cil yesterday, and that tbe diBcusiou
ended in giving mo liberal discretion
ary power I propose to ex rcisa
these powers in no r arrow spirit. The
banks, cotiou sheds and c niprctsej
are all over crowded with bujineso,
owing to our unprotedtr.td recoipia
of cotton, which I think will con
tinue throughout tho te.son. Eftry
la itude should therefore be al
lowed this b a tell of our commerce.
Give the cotton men full swing to
Btote their ovctll w stock on the
streets, alleys and sidewaiki for a rea
sonable length of lime, say a day or
two; bat if anybody shows a disposi
tion to take adtaoUgx cf this to tbe
it jury of tbe cotiou, airest him. Sde
that red lights are placed on cotton
left out, and that such ts Is lying over
tbe gutters ia protected from te
water by skids. Give a policemun'a
cart) to such cotton, and ano- t all chil
dren cr otheis found picking at or
otberwire interferitg with it. Tbo
railroads, steamboats, compresses and
transfer vehicles cm tun their busi
ness on Sunday as mnoh ai they're
amind to during this lush, which I
sopposj will last several weeks lougiT.
Tbe lompreses bave got t) run,
whether or i.o. Tboy mti:,t
take tbe c.ttcn and receipt
for it, so tbo bills of lading
can be made tu'. and the couutry
people paid for their truck. The
boring,woiguing ami delivery of cott n
will also be permit'.ed on Sunday.
Tbe mtrcbaotB have got lo s.-ll too
that ia cotton merchants, but no other.
In sb-rt, next (Sunday, end thoiea'ter
until further notice, the cotloa busi
ne s must move on. I don't pretend
to be much of a Christian, but if there's
anything thu'a been inground into
me from childhood's haopy hour, it is
observance of tbe t-abbath, and I would
die in my tracks before 1 consent to
its desecration ; but works of necetaity
and chaiity must be permitted. "
BHII'Ll AH r OPKNINM OK TUB
IsEW KOOH4 LAST NIGHT.
Tbe Altrartlossa of an Improved
rrenett Market-A Plaoo issi
The Woman's Exchange was for
mally reopened lat night at the new
q oh no re recently fitted up for the pur
pose at No. 300 Stcjnd streat. For
toe pait month or so the air has bepn
full f wbhpers of a French market
which was to be tlis fojture of the
open ng, and anticipation ran high as
to the probable outcome of the s uie-
wlmt novel venture, as migm novo
bten expected, f. rming an opinion
entirely upon tne recogn nea gona
tsite nf tho iailies having charge ol lf,
tbe Frjuch market feature of last
night's opening was a brilliant tuc
coeu a succtss all the more gtatifjing
because the market here spjlien of
l.iees nothing by companion with its
fnmouB original, 'lliere is a glamour
if r manco surrounding the real
French market that disappears the
nearer you approach it. To etate
it ctrcisely, the French nnrket
cf New Orleans is a B.del
of vuices. and peoplo.". and
eBtab'es, and smells. The Woroan'B
ICxchapge r roncn Mataet nas an oi
lue aiiractlllllll UI mo vijiiiu.'i mm
noneot its repo'lant fa'orfs. I', is a
chau Fiench market, an ideal rrencu
market, in fact, fall of good and invit
r g things, and redolent with (he
f.ejhnessof the fields ana the per
fumes of the conservatory. It is a
feast of tbe sense", la which tbe
eye is fultnred to a degree not usual
in markets, and the term French in
connection with it haa a riug of dis
cordance that j era one's sense offilneas.
All things considered, it would be more
in harmony to call It an Arcadian mar
ket, for ss seen last night by an Appeal
reporter it is just such a market aa a
poet might love to sing of and a painter
long to perpe:uate ia speaking co ore .
Tbe market, it must bo remembered, is
within doors. One step from thestreet
and you are there. The fragrance
arising from a wildernesi ot ilowera
and tte rich perfume of the California
grape, informs you that you aie at tbe
PIUITS AND VLOWIBS STAND,
presided over by Mr J. W. Falls, as
sisted by Mis. J. B. Emory, Mrs. 8ra
McOallum, Mrs. W. A. Gag-, Mrs. 11.
B. Howell, Mrs. Ben Bingham, and
last, but not lesst, four sweet little
flower girls, with trays of bouton
nieres, wh'ch are retailed at dime,
and would be cheep at $1, coming
from eucb pure and innocent bands.
The names of these little misses are:
Minnie Lea Falls, Clara Dunn, Kmie
McLsnn and Birdie Miller. A door to
tbe right of the flower stmd opens
iLto an apartment that is a marvel of
tast ful arrangement. The walls are
pipered in light bine with white
li were. Bed tarle'an drapery adorns
the chandelieis and imparts a soft
carmine hue to the light reflated
from tho colored globes. At the west
end of the room is a booth or bimr,
THE ART TAIILE,
where every variety of handiwork ia
offered for aale, from the exquisitely
colored hand painted panel to tbe
blue plush sofa cushion, rich with em
broidered flowers. A wall of white
lace curtaica and a counter ot similar
ma'erial npon a background of pink
divides this stand from tbe rest of tbe
room and invests it with an airiness
and grace not usual at markets. Be
hind tbe counter lad ea in wonderful
ly becom'ng Normandy . caps with
ecarlet facings are in attend
ance, giving tbe tcene a sug
gestion tf French piquancy toned
down by American refinement.
At this table Mrs. W. H. Beware!
persuades the reluctant dollsrs from
iniendifg purcha ers, in which com-m'-n'lubl"
ntidcitoUng she is a"ietd
by Mis. Robert MoLtin. Mrs W. W.
Taylor end Mstce Pc-srl Necly, Eva
Lgttbnrn", Agnes Conway, Anna
pilk ai d Mamitj Ktni e ty.
. L"ftvin2 tb" art tabl and ca t
irg a lingering g'anco at the many
Tailor and Importer.
HT PALI, arxorjal la aaw
Moat Varied I ban over affarad la Mamphia, onnsiaiin ol ail la
NOVBL'I IK IN PANCY Bl 1 1 1 n. , UOHVI tltl IN ALL
TH F L1TKIT 111 LIS, 0klllll IIM.Sl AND P4NC1T
PINT1LOOM lo-rreM variety, all of tbe L4TKMT UKStKiKa,
lalroduoed by too Leadlnr lmporure of Kna-iand, Fvaaoe and Ger
many. I wish to Brake IP K1 A I. PIKrVriOM to my customers and
ike pubtto to oall and luapaot my I1AGNI fliUM' B1VCI4. at my
Ld ai ANo,
Cor. Sioond and Hfrion
beautiful cbjec's in tbe way of
plaquer, panels, mirrors and vases
ira, adorn the mantel, the e
is ai rested by a table in
corner of the rjoiu, just north
of tbe mantelpieco, where aprons
are sold, nothing more. But it is not
tho apr jns that charm tbe attention,
it is the light of the three
LITTLE MAIDS t'R'jM SCHOOL
that keeps the spectator raxing in un
disguised admiration. Tl.ere is no
Japanese tomfoolery in their CO'
tumes just throe lovely, graretul lii
tle rosebuds of girls, ai raved in neatly
fi'tiog dresses of white albatrow, witti
Normandy caps, nnslor which tlirto
piirs of bewitching bliick eyes look ro
guishly out as if conecious of their
magnetism. There, was many an
apron, to d last night to purchaser
who had no more me lor aprons tha i
a Hottentot has for a Orttt k lexicon,
and these three little maids are re
sponsible for it. Their names ure
Mi-sea Jennie Fontaine, Husie Httwaul
ond Fannie Falls. Bnt we must pus
onto the next room, where just be
yond the threshold ie an alcove,
foimed of an ingenious and graceful
arrangement of white lace curtail s,
and a cotin'er draped in tbe ramo ma
terial, 'lire is
THE PAPER RTANP,
where every cncoivable article of
paper manufacture fa oB'ored for Bile
by Hilusliulics ot rare attractiveness
There was a large bus nesa done in
paper flowers at tho Bland last night
and the cinditions aro favorable for a
similar result tonight. There arjfoa;
purses that can withstand the per
suasive eloquence of the ladies who
have this ftand in cl a'ge. They are:
The Misses Ponton, Miss Nellie P. g,
Mis. Fred Nelson, Mrp. Ju'k Doyle
and Mrc Dr. Liptcomb.
TUS CANDY 8TAN10
next demands attention. It occupies
a very mod est little corner, and i a
name suggests wnai may ve inu
there. Misses Madgo Doyle and Fan
nie Page are tbo custodians of its
treasures ol sweetness, and did a land
oflice business last night, a result due
as much to the skill of the salesladies
aa the merits of their wares.
To the left of the candy stand an
other open door leads into long roc in
filled with an immense variety of
toothsome things, including the rarest
of vegetables in tempting array, and
viands that might turn tbe head ol an
epicure, but the attiaetiveners of !
those is absorbed and lout sight of id
the rate charm that saturates !hs at
and inves's everything around with a
refreshing aroma tf rustic simplicity.
Tbe dairy proper is a daintily con
ceived Btrocture, built cf white nine
lin in the form of an open tent. Its
white nulls of unspotted mi s in am
relieved of samentso by prnot-fuliy
intertwined foliago in all stages of
development! from tbo lively green
to the fading tcarlat that clings to ti.o
withered leaf. Uprn ita coiintoia are
displayed home made butter ol the
cieaiuieBt oi tu ta, basketa oi eggs and
cream cheese fresh from the chuiii.
Bat oiie ba' no time to waale on da ry
products. Itis the duiry maids, in
their rustic coMnmeu and hewi clung
waits ctpB, hxndliiiK their ernes wl'i
hands of a wtiiteuesa that inakes ho
lacteal fluid they oiler forsale turu blue
with envy; it is these I hat giv the
tcene that indefinable charm that sm
geB'sthe perlumeuf new mown hay,
and the thousand odors that g ve
swtetniSJ to country air. Tlieladitx
who mamign the dairy are Mrs. W.
P. Miller, Mrd. Nicholas VVi liaiiiti,
and Misses iVIargsret and Ida B uc.
We mtiBt pass rjpidly by the Vrjeeta
ble and meat s'mule, where the fol
following named ladies are ready to
wait on all who rnme: MiutreBfies T. J.
Latham. M. T. Williams n, H.
H. King, 11. C. Himp'oit,
J. H. McDiVitt, and Musts
Helen King and Hadie Clark
The bakery and confectionery next
follow, with fresh home made bread
and the most tempting of confection
ery. II ra Mm. H J. M at,hes pre
aides, arsist'd by Mistresses H. M iih
field aad Hugh Martin, and Mites
Corlnne MansfJe'd, Anna Mantfl Id,
Mamie Ravage and Cordt-le Ma her.
In the basement ia tht most invl'iog
and neatest of restaurants) and lunch
rooms, where tbe suggetetinn of clean
liness is io all pervading that tbe ap
petite begins to increase the moment
ona crosses the threshold. Every
thing tbe market affords can be had
here, including game, oysters and
meats of all kinds, served in any
style that may bo desired, to say
nothing of delic'oas lee cream and
sherbet. The ladies In charge heie
are Mislrewes R. H. Vance, A. M.
(Scarborough, M L Helderj, T. J. B tr
rhu, A. C. Knowllon, J. N Falls,
J. C. Johnson, H Wet er,
JuliB Pbelan and Kimbrongb.
The Beception Committee did i o iIm
work, and were nutir.ng in I'irir
efforts to contribnto to the omfo t
and entertainment of all presei t.
Their name' are Mrs. M. Bu'ke, M.C.
Gallaway, K. ti. Uaumiond, 8. in
Watson, Joe Bruce, A nuns C'mpbnd,
A. C. Knowlton and J C. Johnson.
Tbe same entertainment will bt con
tinued t idiy and tonight. The unfold
articles wi 1 bs suctioned off by Cot.
Barney Hugho". Tb lovt-rs of a bt an
tiful and refined scene should not f .il
Flue Jrwel'y ei Wnlford'a.
PRxrAKB ron yutocs.
Foundations, cellar walls and bni'd
Ingssnhjoct to over flow, should ha c m
tr acted with Loniavllle Cement It ia
InlllnlKisiKsi at Mill for il'si.
ADJMTtON ALlil V EKN.
CiNCtNNATi.O., Kovember 6. -N gh'
River 3 feet 10 inclit'H on t'ie vaiue
and rising Weetlier fair and col.
. Cairo, 111.., Novetu'ei 5. Nirlt -Rivnr
4 binctieaoii the vanitf and
falling. Weather cool, and lig'it 'Bi
No srriva'H or ib p.irlu ea ol rrPua.
St. Lonis, Mo , Novetnrn-r 4 N'vht
Kivfr fiiMcn 3 10 fret, ami it n l
0 9 10 f-ft on tbo gnttifrt. 'VMMitit-r
clear and pleae-nt till toitight, Wi e:i n
light llur y anow f II.
oomn'eta. Ta. I .t PhaiMii ai
Stt., - Uemph'i, Tnn
It Ncis 8, 9 and in in Cotton Kichanse
Buililina, on sei-mid lluor, trnnlinron t'ecoed
s rtt. loruiorlv m'uioi1 t'y M. B. aud A.
11. K. Aiplyat.ll.M m1 n I -tot.
rK-U)KNCK -At lea A.'nms .trett.
It For patliwliir Innnre "f lir. Wlllatt.
CIOTTAGK tjevon roon.s, in Wa ker ave
J mio, on llujwoud itrcot -nr linn apnl
atjt t U i. torit; JOS l.KNOW.
LAHQK ST)HE-First Boor nd oallai.
wth side and rsr enlraneos, Nos. Sill
nn'l SO'l Main sirct-t.
OFl ICKS- No. :K ffeeon I street.
KOOils- For 1'iKHt housttkeoi.log, So. J7S
Pn..ir strort, over drutrsto o.
UW.11LlX'lS-os ll'.il Main street; 130
Court straet and U Ijiilinby sireet.
VAIMN r t.iiT-l--A.i!v to
n.u. ssowiok:-( or J. i,. go'idlob,
.'! Mxdiaoa strset
rillKt ROOMS At SO Cnrrult avenue i iwo
1 lines of eira.
ON'K furnished front room . S so.itaras from
leab dy Uotsl. at JitiInijr. e streat.
Q-STOHY Frame. rooms, larre vard. Ssr
Zl enlh, near I'nrolin -. KK. LAt ltkNCB.
iii:)VT nenv-i i-nn ...i ,. i...., .
1 l l..-nl.k,l .111 it...l
JKAT HKICK CirrAHK WlthSroom..
aoou cKiern, no. 11 roiDton. appiv at
No Ml ' N roTii(!Kt
IIOMS Plaa-int rooms, furnlahsd tf
d. sired , with rnfort-ncrs, at 31V Maaisan.
10OM Niioiy rurnirhad with ov w thoet:
board, with pnvalo Ininily g suitnb e lor
two aantiomon. or attnl ennui and er te;
ti-rins rciisrnti lilo. At ttU' t'n'on atraa; .
KODMS-Tsro, riooly f urn heli snitaele
for irrntleiiirii ; lire luiniitoa' walk froat
Coutl Sautrc. Addrts X. T.
Y HKMDIiNi'K - No. Inl Pidar sfeci
to sood irnant W. A. CIH.L1KH.
"I ICOM-Farnlshed room,
IX At li'.'t Vnlon streat
IjtOH PW7 A viliinhle flanta'lon In tbu
I.' Miss sulppi rivor botto o; MO acres c
rultlvution, with irood houses and loners,
steam Kin. a Rue oroliar.l, eto. Vt a also ofiar
tor sale '10 mule, com, nay, ton's, wnaotb,
and It use and kitchen furniture, on orcdir.
ol twelve mouths, w th secuiity 'or persoaa
property. TUUS. 11. ALLhM A CO.
01'S -No. 213 Lauderd.la street; aev.
m wiia nine rooms anu tarse yarni ne4i
Misalligboe'asohool, M.I NKi.LEN,
DOtlllhK COTTAIK-On Vl'alnia ve
nue, five minutsa' walk to street cars;
new, cheap and convenient. Cull st I'OHut
bnrn for pailleulars. Mrs. K. It. WHIG 111.
At 2 Mtrtison slresi
LfUllNIfillhlo UDOMS-Wtth board. "Oo
JJ isioe ol peculiar excellence." lill Cnert.
4KI,Ktl ANT ROOMS-At 69 Market street,
slnde or en suite, furnished or uniur
nished,anod water, apd t ear busineea.
P LIC AS A NT furnished room for rsnle
ii en ; HI " aslnnrton ; refer, nceroiialros,
STORKUUUsB-Four story and basemont
Storehouse. No. JM Ftoiitstrtiet.
- -. MA I. fiO ft T , U ft A 1' Ktt " D A 00,
OOVS-Well furnished rooms, No.
CtOT'K'N "FflCK-Appty to K. M. Apper-
aon A Co., No. iUII Front Mreet.
EOl'KK-2M Wasiiinitton S".t 1 rooms ee
bnhro un. Ainilv at IM PupiarHt.
) No. IM Main H treat.
No. 2 Mnln Hront.
No. a 17 Mnln rUroot.
Apply to IA.MK8 LhK, .la., 4 Madison Sw
OOMH-Two furnUhi-d or unluralsked
riioina at en .M.ilisun slreat.
rMTGdA.Nf uewls liiriilviii-il rooms, bath-
ato Imvtift, at lie li'.nrt .trAMt
UNION &. PLANTERS' BANK
ocTonon no, xnocj
at tviil1 ait a'M
I.oanaand Plsnnunts $1,4T7,U44 0
ItanMniiliouse and olllce fiitums ;W.ISI fa)
KxietiHos and taxes 7,100 431
xiKhiEich.nae M.m m
Cash on hand ,H6,7I7 TS 6M.SI3 Ot
Capttal l'nid up - I ,nr.f fs) '
Undivided Profit U1,:T7
Ksclianao and Interest 11,341 tt
llillsrediaoounled,! jm.OD S3
Deposits 1,074.1:0 is i.m.as 00
NAPOLEON Ullh, .President
VM. A. WILLIAMSON Vloo-Pretident
ti. V. HEAD Oasaiet
A. Vaeoaro, Wm. A. Wintsaiiren,
Joseph Ilruce, Napoleon Uill.
R. Dudley Krayser, K. c.nsley,
8. P. Hrad, Henl. Babb.
John H. Pepper. Jas. II. MoDaviM,
Isaaa N. Rnowden.
PHUI'UeAIN t'OK atHINII.
I). 8. KaoiasRa's Ovrwi.)
No. I . llampsrt etreet,
New Orleans, La , notcher SI. IMS.J
SBALKlO PROHoHAL", IN TRI FLIUaTb,
will be received t 1 Lie t.ffloo umtll llneea
on November 16. lHrlfl, fr fur.. I hint aad d-
Ilverlni brush r. quired for Improvement
arbor at rs Orleans, Loulns..a, aeoordlac
Bidders are requested to eisialae fer el
eontract befnr biddioa.
For blank forms specifications, of further
Information, a, ply at t is oflioe.
The riahl la reserved to reirct snrerail
piopSs'la. ClIAd. .KAYONl5.
M'jor 0' B islnaers.
MisfiisbljiiiV; I'oiuif hru Il.lt, Co.
Annual MeelluK of Mloekkoldara.
THE annual meetinr of the stockholders
in he Mieatasippi an I leanoeeee Hall
r"l Company will beheld at ilKSlFULd,
Wednesday, Sovi mb'T 21, .
at whl h t ine a Directory wi I le elected for.
tbe enenh year. Mokri Mora will be
pi,sd o.er tb road by un-ljini to tie
seoiet.ry. g LAMn F(((,raUr-,
Annual Meeting ot (stock holders. '
Orrice iir M, arsis nd CasaLsaroa)
Railroad '.,. . 10 W li rvra'ar, V
New Yort, u.i'.'Oore. isvt.s
s hereby aiveo bot to eia
Krrllaa nl I ha : to klinlJo-B if th
Nrinssila nl 4 i.lri..M Mllreei
I'lMnittaiiy will beheld t the otlce ot tho
company, at vssa..i-l lim, e
Tbiiraiiay, thai Hit, itj ef Movessa
The translor books of tho oompanv wilt re
main olo'ed from Ootober Uth to November
1 1 lb , buth tnoluaive,
L. vt PCHWAN, Secrettrr
Tbe aeenta ol the several .tntions will tar
nish sloes' elder witn tree uukets to and
Iroio the meetioR.
II Q. WILTON. Treasurer.
4'Loiia(ti" Iruuser stretcher
Hatenrel in Ku-oi and Uni
eil .-U'wi ' Arlil !
. H'l.il m tor celebrate1
IciVili Mem M"' C"- Wtretch
rule, er ! of
l. r t. ir pantaloons te
or t l
nI st r. truly patrnrev
i.e- ' li nn. acrcw ri.d
I, ci.in l io'i w-tb Olalltps.
th inhri? In ivi ii.eMienls,
I Uinni ! lr. Kiln-I
I. r u simiv llf
,v in..-...! I''lc- W rut
a ! e.l it- every city,
- t .t iti , r .ir..ii,t!
W.ili li i. p'f ' i' lirlrti
tt, -' -e "
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