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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Ho. 53 SIADI80N BTBEET.
If la receipt of a larrer, more varied and better se
lected stack of CASSIHEBKS, WORSTEDS, SIITIXGS
Ui OVEBC0ATI5GS, (all
ueai,j inaa wai ever tnown
rack ean prises the choicest
aa nest daraUo coeds in gentlemen's wear.
KJ- Samples and Prices
who have left measures.
290 IAIN STREET,
to Stock Open
r X IwPfflFrPff
NEW AUCTION HOUSE.
WE wonld resneetfully announce to the public, that we bar opened an Auotioi House,
and will aonduottho tioneral Auotion Business, at our old stand, . 19 alalia
Street, in th Webster Block. Ravins seaured tne services of Mnj. J. R. McDONALI), the
well known Auotion Salesman, who bas a long exnerie'-ce in the auction business, wo ere
prepared lomake sales at KEHJDEN'iKS or K'lORKHOUSES, and will pay particular atten
tion to the sale of Haul Estate and tnlioit a liberal patronage, aa-our motto ia QUICK SaLKS
and PROMPT bKTrLfclM KNTd We will make special rales with Attornoje. Adminis
trators. Assignees, Sheriffs. Commissioners and tfuirdlans. t-alea-at our baieroonis daily
at 10 o clock a.m. and at 7 o'clock p m., as ' Trade fr-a es once a werk, the day to be an
nounced hereafter. Consignments of Merohand-sa of every kind eHicilwd.
N. Jtt;Ma(0&I' aV
J. R. MoDONA tiT. lesmn.
THIS SATIIRUA Yi IVEXIRS,
i do isisunguisaea American Actrera.
MISS KATE FORSTTTH
. FAITHFUL 1IEAK1S,
By Clinton Stuart, Ks.
Saperb ext. Coitumea by Worth.
ORAKD MATINEE TO DAT,
Monday, Nor. 22 EMMA ABBOTT GRAND
Open Daily from 1 until 10:30 p.m.
Open Saturdays trorr 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Eagacement Extraordinary This Week. See
THIS SIBERIAN W1LDMAS,
And a heat ol ether Wonders.
TheBURRCDH8 FLA6BE3 OF COMEDY.
9 Talented Star Artists .
IO ADM'.SalON TO ALL lOo
Reserved Bents in the Theater. 10j Extra..
Royal Museum of Anatomy
Now Open nt 807 Slain Ntreet, (or
a short time.
The fiaeetana mo6t complete collection of
Anatomioal Models' that haa ever been placed
before the auhlio.
War repr-riuctions of the moat noted his
torical characters of iho world.
A moral, entertaining and instructing ex
' hibition, prei-erving Ibe distinctive charac
ter of a gro-t public instructor.
OPEN DAIl.V From Sam. to 10 p.m. for
Gents. FPIDY, troui 1 to 6 p.m.. for La
dies. Ani irn, as c( nt
FOB St IE OK LEASE.
EATJTIFOL nOME-Thrca miles from
QttT. on Pnular at., our. Trpmvtinl u .
WJ acres, aore drove, ret under plow.
Inquire ft 4WMi(ini-8 ii avenue.
Pleaae write to yrur
H.. 'emphts. Tenn.
(ialiu a i it uusuiu tiTittsr and have
J an elrgaat riroas made lor S3. Hriort
Vrnm und llvtinv en.l Pt,;n T...
Dreaaes a Sfeislty.
G1EI' UOi K k liAORILLtow atbor unp
T your doors and windows. There is solid
comiori ana enonoiny in this. Corner beo
ondand M(tia-n streets
DR.J. I). Wt,ll'E-2W Main, e-r. JeBer-
son St. OSoe tele"hone Ml; residence 68.
CMSTSRNS-Builtand repaired and war
granted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cenieat Pump. Contractor and brlok
laver. Tel.nliene H. THOS OI1KHINS.
2 MULES AND DRAYS Address
K., 3C5 Miasiasippi avenue.
OCHOOL IHSRS Ahnnt
school desks, fond cherry
good condition, tall, or add-eaa
BRAND NEW ROCKA WAY At a saori
fioa that cost t300. Address P.O. Box 18.
GB00EHY STORE-Stoek and fixtures,
at ood stand, d' ing good payinf busi
ness. Cheap te quiok porchaser.
. H. B. CuLLEN, 4 Madison st.
ATA BARGAIN A good paying German
Boardinghouse In Helena. Ark.. owner
wishing to retire
For further particulars,
inquire at BK UNER'fi,
in Helena, Ark.
HITZF ELD'S Oil, Fluid and Oaa Stoves,
for light beaaekeeping, 233 Second St.
A FEW Heating Stovea. second hand, good
as new, Cheap. HllZlf t,LD,2. Second.
1W0 MULES AND DRAYS.
Address W., this office.
LOT-Cboioa Fort Pickering lot: no city
Uses. DR. HINSON, 879 Main st.
FRAME Cottage, on eor. Bayburn av. and
Georgia st. ; lot S5xl70, with a house of 6
Tooms, in ajeod order. This is a ohoice piece
of property, and oan be purohased on easy
monthly payment by paying part eaah. Ap
ply Mister Parker or A. J. Martin, 289 Main.
PLANTATION On the Arkanae River,
Lineeln County 600 acres in high state
of cultivation 1640 acres in tract; well im
? 'roved i steam gin, 2 large barns. 31 good cab
ns and fcandiome dwelling, 7 rooms, with 20
'mores lawsj ia front. Liberal terms. Apply to
MAI. LORY. 'RAW FORD k CO..
. 873 and 374 Front street, Memphis,
er J. WABRKTT, Barassa, Ark.
HlfZV LD'S Oil, Vapor and Oaa Stoves
for light housekeeping. ZHCecondSt.
FORSALBCilEaP-No. 6 Washington
Hand Press, for nine-eolumn paper;
oodasBow. nquire at No. 37 Union at.
AT F. A. Jonea A Co.'s., one nice gentle
bsgiry MAKE that any lady oaa drive
or ride perfectly safe.
1 - . 1. . . i
JUliltr(Uaj-os. stiand 88 Market at.;
XV in r4 repair: lot 37Sxl4tX.
, a Kriri KUVi 47 Moaby at
little sued, and in good condition. A p.
THE leate and fixtures of the St. El no
HoUl. Me'idian, Mias, Twenty-five
xwrnmedioae rooms, within three mlnntes
walk of the Union Depot; large sample
room ea the street next door; now doing a
food business and popular. Can be had at a
"bargain If applied for within the next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Klmire, proprietor,
OLD M ATBRIA L In the storehouses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low
enatein k Bros.': must be removed at onoe.
Apply te JOHN RK1D, Builder.
NEAT COTTAOB-Of ai rooms, and lot
200x44, 64 Dean avenue. Inquire oa
"IHEaP line second hand Ri'CKAWAY,
VJ nearly aa gond as new, at W Uni- n at
OhiDAK KNCINti POSTS-For sale by
W. R. LARKIN, LnrHnavllle. Ala..
WOJD1, AW ,N S f . ,0K FAR M- In ih eatud
one thorouihlired Konnins Uore; fee
tit. One 1 rottina Uoreet lee, tin. OneJer
ey Bull : lee, t!..S0 Foa Sale TO Hrfos,
3 .Vileh Cews, 15 head Batcher Cnttle, Pea
cocks and Newfou-dland Pups. Horses on
pasture, Sn rer month : Tens Wea, IOe per
'ft. ''vle(oae JOSEPH kURKKY, 852.
MCRR1T A. It I DO ELY, )
this seasoa's impart.
la tun market. The
designs, finest textures
on application to those
jam iiuiean. ' MUffflij'jp
CO., Liccucd Auctiouccre.
BOOMS AND BOARD.
rpABLK BOARD The best the market af-
x. torda, At 7 (JUU it 1 H1KEK1
I XTBWLY fomiahed front room, with ele
rant board, lor single gentlemen: 87
at 63 ADAMS ST.
"LpURKIillED Bt0MS AND BOARD
X' At 117 Linden street.
ST. JAME3 n0l!SK-58 Adams street.
Rooms, with or without board.
fOOMS Desirable rooun. with board,
1.1 1 At 49 Market street
TT'URNTSHKD ROOMS-With or without
.1 ' boarm table ooardorB wanted
DESIRABLE ROOMS With board, at
72 MADISON tT.
ROOMS Furnished, with board,
At Ml Shelby street.
ROOMS-Pleasant furnirh"d rooms, with
board, for ladiosortrentleuen. Terms
rery reaaonablo. Court Eitendod.
Bhauiki u rront rooms, untie or en
attire, furnithed or unfurninhed, with or
wlthont hoird: oterronr. l(t4-lo Oonrt at.
niubtof Nov.fth, one mule.
e and brld e. Owner un hftve
same by proring properly and paying
eharges. E. KKCK,
at Stable on Second street.
MULE -Owner can have same by rrovini
property nni paying otWyes.
v M KPHI.i.MA V. l',l VnHi.nn
TO SKLL A good paying Orrery,
Atirtre O. J , thin offlc
Cb.I1 at 10 o'clock,
at 20" Main afreet.
rpAILOR'-'-Cont and Pnntmiker: (toady
X omployment. T. MURPHY,
Jn'k nn, Tenn.
GERMAN omi.-Korgnral housework.
Apply nt 'M5 1 Poplar street.
SITUATION A Superintendent of a larse
furm by an expnrienci d and trustworthy
man ; will take iniereat in cron lor par Ad-drei-s
, FAHMI'R, tl.is effice.
AOFNTS-To travel and sell (rt-riam
V 'ch'tio-. Ad 'res 9ft A'ulnma st.
rpVO 00 )D WHITE fKRVANTS A cook
I and chambe rmnid Re(ercnce ronuired.
MRS. NAP0LHIN HILL.
282 Third trcel.
sa'ary 075. Must he hot eat, eapa-
i le and sober, xoung unmarried man pre
fe'red. Apply, with references, at this
office, . 11.
TO BOARD A CHILD
(1. P . 'bin office.
Li'L AT Or part of a
residence (three or
L' four ri'oms), i
good neighborhood, for
,on reasonable terms : ref-
erencsa exchanged. Ad. C. U. T.,tiis t
OITI1 ATION Br a thnronoh end enermtln
O business man, having had an eiperienne
oi iweni? years in me cotton bualneat in tms
oity aLd in Kew Or.eani. Addreae
R., tHit office.
VJirniTE OIRL-As Cook. Call Immedi-
v v atelv at iff Monroe st. Mrs. W. P. Bruce.
"I MMEDIATELY A diningroom boy,
X At 72 Madinon st.
THE LATJTKS To know they can learn to
cut and fit their own dresiei, by oalling
at No. TjI Desoto strtet. simple, easily
COMPETENT NURSE-To take ears r f a
baby. A pply at 260 Adams street. Rel
POSITION-By a practical farmer of eve
ral years' experitcce in farming and
management ot labor, aa Manager on cotton
plantation; satisfactory references given,
A d dress M.. 57 Linden street .
TWO BALESMEN-Tose I our line of En
broideries to llrst-olass trade in Tennes
see and Arkansas oa commission. Can be
carried as a side line. Address, with refer
ences. MORISSE k AlAURKRj
m, 602 and 604 Win. h i n gton Ave., St. Looia.
X1 Apply jt 85 Beale street
OOfl TEAMS-AtMperdijf, lunprivers
ljyj at $l.f0 i e' day. Pay every Satur
day night. 200 Siation Men; will pay from
12 to 17 cents per yaid. Bert work on the
levee; no roots no grubbing; all new work
infields. Hod camps. I' quire of
F. A. JON ES k CO.. 61 Monroe atreet,
or on works of Forreat k Co.. Austin, Mias.
SALKBltttsm in every State in the li' ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having aeveral
jnoiALTixa that are popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in connection
sun otber goods. Address THE WM. B.
fRifF ma Ni'Pfl. oo.. Baltimore, md.
XX A . Chambers House.
GOOD Colored Chambermaid,
At 72 Madia
ClOOK-Oood Irst-elass oook at Seo-
ond street, op-stairs.
ROOMS two or three unfurnished rooaas
by two persona. Apply at Schilling's
Boardipghonse. Adams street.
In every town to sell Pianos
xl and Organs
mnMJlt t CO., Memplns.
TVAY BOARDERS Or wl.TT rnnml.
s At n Kast Court street.
STAMPING AND EMBROlDERlNU-To
order in best styles at
rooms, No. at
MAN An intelliuent, earnest man to rep
resent, ia his own locality, a large re-
rponaible house. A remunerative salary to
ri.ht party. Steady position References
exchanged. American Manufacturing Ujuse,
llll III LBS. FhATIiERS Hubert oah
I V" 'l pnee peid by (4 A BAY, Memphis.
TWfcriYrODY Tu KNOW-Thut 1 wil
IJJ FILL TKKTU WITH nm.Ti fn the
next thirty inyi lor tl 50.
A. Tf KHSON,
24 -i Main sreet.
( LD (OlD
. 'M4 . n
s r -ha
Mi'i.vnitn i.w, .,
Fine Jewelry at JlnlfonlV.
A GREAT BIG B0JA5Z1
IS WHAT THE COMPANY 0R01X
C laira to llave Secure d The Tonnes-
sue Tulle It on and Railroad
The Tennere Val'.ey Iron and
Rn rosd Comvmtiy orKaoizd todny by
fkcting J. C. Seely president, J. B,
Killebrew of Nashville vice ptetident,
jonn uve:wD, jr., secretary and trea
arcr, and the I. llovpinsr B ard of Di
rectors: U. woitor, w. R. Mooe. J.
T. Fareason, J. R. Godwin, and the
lonowing named Aamiviile capitalists:
J. B. Killnhrew, E. W. Cole and Sam
Uoeran. ih" capital Block was fixed
at fl.200,000, all of which
has been Biibsciibtd by the
lolloping named etocknoU'ers:
Of Memphis J. T. Fargason,
j. j. ieeiy, vv. k. MooTe, J. M. Fbll
lips, H. H. Jirooks, C. W. fcchulte. H
M. Neely, H. Wetter, J. R. Godwin,
John Overion. jr.. and 8. Katsenber-
ger's Sons. The following Nashville
gentlemen are a to interested: E. W,
Ooie, J. H. Aiken, president of the
8fety Bink: M. A. Spnrr, prefidei t
oi mo 1,'ommerejnl liink; A.W. Well,
lr. Kiciiatd Djv, Sam Cowan,
R. F Jackson, Frnk Porteilield.
I Tl irin. U ...I nr i itTi ...i
u aj. iwiituitin nuu t UlltU'll no.
No stock wi 1 be ofleted f jr sale, aud
inquiry on 'Chaiige ye.torday devel
oped the fact that the stonk haaaircmlir
a nominal value of 160 and thut there
ia none for sale even at that fluure. It
ia lepoited oa reliable authorily that
iuu wan uiierea yedternay and de
clmed. A prominent othVer of the
company, V ce Pretldent Killebrew,
luinrvieweu py an appeal reporter,
The company own
71,700 acres cr iron
and limber lands, cjntaining what ia
itiongiit to ne tne best deposit of
brown hematite iron ore in the Nonth.
The lands are situated in Wayne
coumy, loan., in ine great wes'ero
iron belt midway between ,H n Fin-
nace and Shetlield, about twenty miles
fjoin the lt'er place aod seventeen
from the former. The tract owned by
the company covers an area of 120
fqtiare miles. or timber and iron
ore we claim tuat there is
NO PROPERTY EQUAL TO IT
anywhere. Analysis of the ore found
there shows that it contains 54 per
ceut. of mt taliic iron, requiring less
tuau iwu wLB oi ore to mKe one ton
of iron. It contains no sulphur and
is comparatively free from salacious
"Have thpee mines ever been
"Yes; from 1830 to 187a there was
a furnace in operation, and the pro
duct was used hy the (Jsylord Iron
Company, of Covington, Ky., for man
ufaciuriug gas aod water pipe, and
considered superior for that purpose
to any iron manufactured in the South.
The supply of
TIMBER IS PRACTICALLY INEXHAUSTIBLE,
yielding about thirty cords to the
acre, a large portion of it good for saw
mill pnrposas. Among otner timber
is an abuodauceof ctitstnut oak, from
which lariie Quantises of tan bark ran
be obtained. The supply of wood for
charcoal will bs enougu to rnn three
furnaces of fifty ton capacity eich for
an indetiuite period.
The '-mount of ore imbedded there
will probably never bs Gtcertaiued. as
it cOutiins to vast an amouat of iron
that an v number ol furnaces will make
but little impression. It is the nearest
deposit of irou to buefliuld, where it is
coii'einpla.e i ia the near future by
prominent ia iratisf to put up five
iargo furnaces o! 150 tons cuoaoitv
each, aud there is no sort of question
that thise furnaces must look to us for
l.trtre supplies of ore.
"How tibont charcoal?"
"It is the lareest charcoal nronertv
in the South, if not in the wor,d, and
its lesources are practically illiniit
a'lle." "Are vou coins (o cut un a nr.
' Yts, a fiffy ton furnace."
"II iw about railroads: is it con-
templttted by your couipauy to bai;d a
"Well, as to that, we are not vet
prepnred to speak."
Alter more cooverastion to the
eame effect the reporter Itfi Mr. KiiU
brew jubi ant over tne prospects of the
company, which certainly promises to
prove a bonanza to those interested,
if all tbat is c aimed for it by its pro
jectors ia realized. ,
Chancery C'onrl allet, Cbstncellor.
Additional calendar for November
22d: Nne. 6312, Wilkins vs Wilkins;
5313, Chancellor vs Wheatley j 6315,
Williams vs Williams; 6322. School
field vs Williford; 6326, Cloyd vs
Cloyd; 4329, Finnie vh Moyers; 6331,
State vs Kingwald ; 6333, Ray vs Mil
ler; 6334, Gardner vs Gardner; 5310,
Stale vs Anderson; 5343, Lawhorn vs
Fariabee; 6345, Browne vs Farring
ton; 6316, May vs Burton: 5347, Mc
(rowan vs Carr; 6349, Vactaro vs
Dnfiy;f350, FiahettyvsShiplev ; 5351,
Shipley vs Flaherty ; 6355, Wells vs
Wells; 6365, League vs Arnold; 6366,
Winters vs Uiirgins.
Decisions State vs Ringwald, mo
tion for receiver overruled; Mullally
vs Milbnrn Gin Company, ruling on
issues; Wocd vs Epperson, motion to
dismiss ir junction overruled; Eppsvs
Vienna, complaina it entitled to de
cree for one-fifth of property; refer
ences; Smith vs Texing District, rul
ing on demurrer.
Decre-B Astry vs Astry, sale con
firmed and title; State vs Gulon, de
cree vacited ; Morrow vs Fraim, title
to Mason; Ht bvin vs Fiaim, to pay
note; Sta'e vs Stewart, pro and aon
vacated ; Hicks vs Hick', sale ; Jones
vs Fewell, sale renewed; Memphis
grid Charleston railroad vs Taxing
District, amendment; Hollenberg vs
Knabe, injunction dissolved ; Cham
blirs vs Amocetr, disxbution; Terry
vs Kimhrough, appointment ot guard
ian ad litem ; Hobion vs Fraim, title
Circuit Veteirt-Eaitwai, Jadge.
Motion day today, and appeal cases
will be called under Rule 7.
The following judgments were ren
dered yesterday : H ern Brcs it Co.
vs J. B. Gotthelf, $672 64; Rskam,
Gres'ley A Co. v R. Meister, $871 23;
Ann Lagrill vs II. J. Shaw, $1l00.
Criminal Court- It a Hoar, Jadgfe.
The case of Fred Davi. colored.
charged with horse ateiling, is now on
trial. Fred is an old offender, but the
cbaiices are that he will im un this
time. In the cass of B ake Ruflin the
forfeiture was set aside and attich
mant dismis-ed. Wm. Armour's case
was reset h r the 2lth.
Catharine F ster to II. Bensdorf,
trustee, lo ge erne the German-Ameu-can
Bui diog Loan AjeocUtion in the
APPEAL SAT ORD A
sum rf $400, lot No. 37, Hoik 1, A
E Wolf et n to Samuel IHrsch
trustee, t seture tlia Blt-fl Cilv Build-
ing and Loan A's inston in the num
of $SC0, 30x160 ft of, Washington
John Oi'er'on, s, nnd wife to quit
c'aim to May Ovt""on, 58 pity lo's in
divers poitioned (' er ty of iVlemphie,
AN OLD WRECK.
TBI SHAFT ur THi: ILL FATED
hauii: ii kvs
Bronntii to HI' I liy Yeatordajr by
be alenmrr 'ov Illniory
of Her Kspliluu lu IN69.
The steamer Gave so. which arrived
from Concoidia yesterday, brought to
tbia port the shaft of the steamer
Maeme Hays, wmca tteamer exolo-'ed
her boilers at a point near the foot of
Inland 68 during tte year lSG'J. The
Have was a sternwlueler. owned bv
Capt. James Raete. er., and plied in
the Cincinnati and Kew Orleans trade.
When the Hays exploded her boilers
she was commanded by Capt. Martin,
who, together with most cf his crew
and a nnmbrr ot ptsseDgers, was
killed. When the d steter occurred
the steamer was on t tie up tiipfrom
New Orleans, lier notieis were burnt
and it Is said the rhief enuineer had
ber laid up until lie could come to
this tity to get new sheeting. After
he had left the host the second
engineer said ho c:uld bring
the boat through to this cty
air safe. Acting on this advice, the
captain ordeied ibe lines to be let gn,
out ine steamer nau not procotdod
far before her boilois let go, with terri
ble result. The wrick of the Hays
has been high and dry for some time.
No effort was made to recover anv of
the maohinsry until Wedcosdi y morn
ing, when the Gsycao tack ed the
shaft, got it aboard and landed it on
the wharf yesterday. Not .vii belaud
ing the fact that ttio s'lalt has been in
the water for seventeen Years, it is in
good condition, and the knowing ones
say that "it's aa gooJ as new." The
cylinders and engines are plainly visi
ble, and all win be recovered.
THE WRESTLING MATCH.
ORKEK ttKOROE UET8 AWAT
WITH BILLY UIBBH.
A Brief bat Mabbnmly Fought Con-
leal, lit W hlnh Hi rent; th and
The wns'liPK match at the People's
Theater last night between l'heodore
George, ruowu as ' G ek George,"
and Billy Gibbs' was a contest of ab
sorbing interest while it lasted. As
scon as the men made their appear
ance it wes evident to expert j that
Gibbs was no match for George. The
latter weighs 175 pounds, stripped to
the waist and in tights; the former
tins the beam at 150 with his
clothes on. George is a poworfnl
lookirg follow, abjiitBve feet seven
inches in bight, and has a hand
as big Biahauo. Gibbs is about two
inches ehorter, slim, but in good train
ing and wiry. At lu o clock tiinn was
called and the men appeared. Bob
Black, of baseball fame, was Becood
for George, Paulsen, on athlete, acted
as second for Gibe, snd Dirk Cum
mings Wi-s chosen referee, and lie as
well es the si-coars perfjrnied their
duties fairly and squarely.
.f irst Aottnd Tins was hard con-
lested and interesting. Uenrgi,'u bru'e
etrength did not for s mo'ime prevail
againtt Gibiis'a egiMy end science
Time and agin did li- oryrt have liim
on the hip and down, bu: n ith cat like
agility Gibbs would tthn'o hie grasp
and avoid a fall. It wsh fully fiiteen
minutes before Gorg( lintd;y pre
vailed and got Gibbs down with both
shoulders to the ground, an unmistaka
Second Round. Aftrr ton minutes
interval, for rest and repair, ttio uion
Bua:n Appeared. It w. s apparent that
Gibbs would not la-t. lie looked
tlu-hedand beaten ami worried, whilo
Ge .rgo nevor turned a hair and
teemed as fresh aa wnen toe tinsle
commenci d, Gibbs made agoid show
ing, however, and had the sympathies
of the audience with him. Once he
was down, with one shoulder to the
gr nnd and the otber within aninchof
it, but by a masterly wrorch he slipped
away and got on his feet. But it
availed him nothing. Gjoige's
strength, weight and skill was too
much for him, and at 10:35 o'clock
p.m, exactly ten minutes after the
round began, George got in another
fall. Paulsen has challenged George
and they will wreetlo Monday or
The Boy Ilttudit.
"Gimme a bite o' your Ki-Ko Tulu."
The speaker was a boy of some
twelve summers and an equal number
of winters, to say nothing of a large
number of springs aud several hun
The person whom be sddreeeed was
girl of abont bia own age. She was
peerlessly beautiful, and wore 6tore
clothes and had an aristocratic air.
Every nerve stretched to its utmost
tension, the boy awBiied her an-wer.
With a quick movement she placed
the coveted Ko-Ko Tulu out of his
reach, uttering, as she did so, thees
The youth stag ered as if he had
been hit with a club, lhe iron bad en
tmed nis eonl.
"So be it," he hissed in a strange,
unnatural v ice. This is the bitterest
blow of all. Tonight I leav New York
forever. Henceforth William Bjgia
is dead. But in his place will spring
to life one of whom men will speak
with ba'ed breath and bulging eye;
one whose feared and hated name will
"WbatT WhstT" wailed the girl.
"Barbarous Bill, the Boy Bandit,
the Holy Terror of the Yosemite."
As he ut'ered these words the Ko-Ko
Tain full f om bis companion's nerve
less fingers, and with a low cry she
sank fainting to the giound.
The boy seized the confection and
eagerly devoured it. Then as he
strode rapidly away he muttered
"Tremble, baogbtf gyurl, for the
end is not yet come."
Diamonds at Mul ford's.
Fast Line to Chicago.
The Chesapeake and Ohio rnuto
changes schedule Snndav, November
21st. Fast mail le ves Memphis 9:30
a.m . arrives in Chic-g-, via Ful on
aod Illinois Central railroad 7:20 next
morning, thiee bon a quicker than
all compatitr.r. Tliis train g ves only
twelve t ou erun t St. Liuis, qiitk
est time on record The St. Lon's
train, with thtough fleeper, leave 5:3.1
p.m., bb iinal, a, ij Krrivei beru 8:i0
a in Ticket cQice under Peabody
Fine Watchers at Jlnllord'n.
Y, NOVEMBER 20,
f I RY SERIOUS CllARGr.
CHAKLEY KICIIiRDS, THE MAIN
SIKltT II A KB tit,
Armtcd on a ( hinge or Attempted
Rape Upon the Persou of
Mrs. Emily Young.
Lliatl.s Kicharda a barber wlin
keeps a shop hi Kii Main street, a- d
who is well known ahont town. wa
arrested lato yeatrday erei ing,
chargod by family Yoting'with having
on cunuiiy laet commuted a crimi
nal assault npou her, at tho
hruse No. 82 Promenli
street, where the fomnlainatit l ad
secured rooms An Appeal teporttr
srourtd me town la-t right in an
effort to find the woman who swore
oat tbe warrant, but was nrsucceBaful
in his search. Mr Richards, who had
been relessed on bend, was also not to
be found. Diligent inquiry, however,
developed facts concerning the corn
ilant which ti ll largely in her f tvor.
it appears trat she came to this town
about two or three weeks ago, having
been employed in Chici'gobyanpgent
of the Peop'e's Theater. Mie ig de
scribed os a woman of nrarly 30 years
ot eg", oi quiet demeanor aud irre
proachable good cenduct, deapite the
tuct that her surroundings will nnt bo
generally accepted as a certificate
of good character. She !s sa'd
to be of Danish r.rlgin, end
betrayed a decided aversion t)
the employment she wes engaged in.
Sho was sn attache of tho wine room,
an ', like others employed there, hail
lit:le ti uo i)uyor.ti accepting invha-
lions to drink with all who came.
This the is said to bnvo done with
marked reluctance, but submitted
with what grace ebe could. All ai-
enipts on the part of tho male v sit-
on of the pines looking to closer
rela'iocs than such as hor dut.es
made necessary, were ropulaed
wi'h undixguised scorn. Her utter
abhorrence of malo society b
came at last so conspicuous, that
hor f erices proved undesirable and
she was discharged. Tho women in
tho houe where she found shelter de
clare that she repeatedly announced
ker purpose to adhere to a virtuons
life and in that they promiand toafsist
her. She was vifited by Richards on
Sunday, and has been in the
house ever since without complaining
of his afsault until yesterday. That teat
nre of the rase will'ptobably operate in
Riflirtrdb'e favor. All tho evident e ob
tainable last night, however, indicated
that Emily Young is not an abandoned
woman, and that she is the victim rf
most distressing cireumslances. The
ra-?e will probably be tried by Judge
Bfrraitlou at nr. John Krrr'e.
The resilience of Mr. John Karr, at
No. 314 Adams street, laet night was
le scene of one of those refined
and elegant affairs for which Memphis
is becoming noted, the occaeion being;
a reception given by Mr. and Mrs.Karr
and Miss Julia Karr, in honor of Miss
Allie De Maine, of St. Louip, and
Misses Mary Marlin and Maggie
Macrae, of this city. The eutire
lower floor of Mr. Karr's palatial
mansion was thrown open to the as
sembled guests and the preparations
for their re ce ton were ol the moet
elaborate and taeteful description.
The llornl decorations were abnndnnt,
but not cumbersome, the graceful ar
rangement tf the flowers and fulioge
that adorned tho r oms bei"g the
abject cf geiu-ial ndmiration. It goes
without Baying tbat tho company as-
bled was culled Irom luu very
eat eocibty in Memphis, and that
eaut" and fashion wero there in
he r most attractive formi. At 11
'clock luncheon was served from
beautifully decorated tables laden Willi
he i boici st delicacies ot ttio Reason.
Darning was of course the occupation
cf the evening, and the music of Ar
nold's baud furuitdied a temptation
thut low could rcsitt. Altogether it
must he said that the iecoition waa,
from every point of viow, a brilliant
Indianapolis, In., November 19.
A Blooniington special repmta tbatD.
W. Browning, ex-Clerk' of Monroe,
shot himself through the body this
morning, ii.il c ing a wound which is
certain to prove fatal. Browning was
conscious during the day, but refused
to give any reasjn lor Ine act. looay
waa tbe time appointed for final set
tlement of bis accounts aa Clerk, and
it bas been di-covered tbat a shortage
of several thousand dollars exis's,
Knowledge of this fact ia snppcsed lo
be tbe taoss of tbe act. Browning's
father promises tbat the shortage shall
be made good. Tonight tbe wounded
man is sinking fast, and no hope is en
tertained cf his recovery.
LOWEST PRICES ON RECORD
Tbe finest custom made and tailor
fitting Dress Suits for men snd
youths in straight and tound cut
Sacks, Frocks and Four B'Utoo
Cutawa) 8 In Scotch Cheviot, Cssai
meres, Worr-ted and Corkscrew,
unequaled in their low prices,
AT THE OAK HALL.
For the best selected stock in fine
light and heavy weight Dress
Overcoa's for men and youths at
such low prices far beyond your
expectation, yon find only
AT THE OAK HALL.
Boys' Sui's and Children's Long
Pants and Knee Suits, Boys' snd
Children's Overcoats, the best in
material and durability, all 'of
which we offer at bottom prices to
suit one and all
OAK HALL CL0TMJIU HOUSE,
Ho. BS1 Bain Street.
(Opposite Odd Fellows' Hall )
SOL HALLE PaorarETOB,
jlliilford'n, 21U Main.
Flue Hoiiucta aud JIuf.
F. Lavigr e, in O.ld Fel'owt' build
ing, I a an immense stock of the pe
tieit hats ai d bonnets, and ir selling
them at ex'renaoly low figures.
Tailor and Importer.
11'TT';,; JTOCK hi new eomplet. The l argest, Chaleeet a4
eefciie.s ii rsati ai'l 1 1ii.ih. iinw. .M . .
liatrosuced by the Uaitlng ImpnrUre of Kngland, riaooe and
9L& STANU taspawt ayr UAUHIFICUM- SlVtM. at my
Cor. Sioond and JfUrson
raacriCAi.LT put bkiokethe
By a Finn Whuasi Head Lonhaila
the KetablUbmeut of aa In.
terstale Aarlenlturnl F.lr.
The recent butter premiums offered
by Mesera. 11, G. Craig A Co. r.Btilted
most satisfactorily to all who urn inter
ested in the diversity rf the pt idnets
of our farming community. In Con
versation with Mr, R. G. Craig no de
sired to beclea-ly untie. mood in his
efforts to bring at out this change in
our husbandry, lie is anxious io en
(oursgrt and to have others encourage
the offering ou the mnrkot a prodtic;
that will find ready Bale, at all timn?.
and in this wsy tnipp'y cash for the
luiuitiwiiiic! ntiiita ui um ru' in, garueii
snd fireside, reserving the ureal ilaule
(Top, coming in, as It d iea, tit the end
of the year, oa a handsome itir;iui.
Tnis coittse pursued bv our nomie
will enable them to ininrnvn tlir
lands, have belter o'ock. reals, iu
short, everything that builds up a
country, and gives activity in busi
ness the year lourid ; snd hoH of all.
content our sons and daughters with
thtir rural home', made mora enj iy
aide by this diverBittnl indns'rv. Not
only do these premium cxnibbsiiivn
encouragement, bnt the various cot
7iotj in mil iliiing conntlos. toe
ertamtry'ntablithinetUof IJrrnando, Mm ,
iiio uiiiurprisiDg larmtreoi tierrvl le,
and many othor such efforts, nil de
monstrate our people are awakening
to the i sues of tho day. Would wo
nave our lands all taken no bv thnfiv
farmrrt, with orchard, tUtckyardt, poul
try yards and cnamrrit, furnishing
chetry, happy homnt Then, let the
city landloid and merchant do tbe'r
rait, by patronizing and a-slsting the
larmer in tnis advance movemeut.
The exhibit of R G. Craig A Co.
before mentioned is their third an
nual one in this direction, and is hut
the effort of one firm to encourage
snd bring about this diivrtitu of crops.
Business at our Merchants' Exchange
would be greatly increased by the snle
of such crops coming In daily. The
Cotton Exchango dors everything for
the furtherance of their staple, and
dally their rooms are crowded, sidling
and tslking cotton. Why not, there
fore, accept this as the golden opp r
luoity to devo'op the mlir resources
of our country and make business all
along the line. Memnhls, to fill tho
measure of her destiny, must ariae
and go forward in this direction.
Cannot we have an annual Interstate
P. M. Stanley, funeral director aud
emliHiiiier, oo Madiaon ntreet.
Vs. li. t.. UcLi.iNtiTON, surgeon
dentist, 307 Alwn. Telephone 76N.
MiKH Cahhis M. Kbatino, pianist,
may he louud at the Mayoeo Hotel.
Loviti.v orange blowonm for brideo'
drtHes nt ttie W omen s r.xohanga.
m OO. 8. Illneon, dentist, No,
279 Mn.n street. K. B lger assietant.
Call and got a new get (if tenth lor id
G. W. M illkb A Co., Pattm Asbeatos
1'ire froot Koolers. for darahihty,
etiualed by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel roofs. No, 6ft
Tiikoat Diseases commence with a
rough, cold or sore throa'. Brown's
Bronchial Troches give immediate re
lief. Sold only in boxes. Price 25
Why do you pay $25 or $30 for
ready made sul's when you ran go to
L. Knsenatein A Bros , 2o8 Main s reet
and 18 Jefferson ttreet, and have a
suit made to Older, A fit guaran
teed. Tuc question of a proper food for
infants interests all mothers; espe
cially those unable to nurse their off
enring. Mellin's Food possesses all
ttie requisites as a substitute for
mothers? mils, and is highly com
mended by the medical faeulty of both
Europe and America,
Tub "Exposition Univereelle de Part
Culinaire" awarded the highest hon
ors to Angostura Bitters as the moet
efficacious stimulant to excite the ap
petite aod to keep the digestive or
gans in good order. Ask for the gen
uine article, manufactured only by
Dr. J. O. B. Siegert A Sons, and be
ware of imitations.
Quite a number ot valuable lots on
Main, Second and Third streets will be
sold in front of the Courthouse at 12
o'cloik today by Samuel Perkins, as
commitsioner and trustee. Purchasers
at this i ale will get Rood titles. Ab
stracts of titles will be furnished, and
taxes a 1 paiiK Terms of sale one
fourth rash; balance in six, twelve,
eighteen and twenty four months.
Periia ps no local diseaae has puzzled
and bellied the medhal profetsvon
more than nasal ratarih. While not
immediately fatal it is among the mrst
cistreseing, nauseous and dirguetirg
ills the flesh ia beir to, and the records
show very few or no cates of radi al
cures r f chronic catarrh by any of the
multitude of modes of treatment until
the introduc'ion of Ely's Cream Balm
a few years ago. Tbe success of this
preparai ion has been most gratifying
Tbe HnlRbia laeernerat Patching;
Chicago, III., November 19. As a
result f the stock yards strike a li
cense bas been secured for a corpora
tion to be known aa the Chicago Co
operative Packing and Prov-aion Com
pany, ine inecrporaiors are an
Knights of Labor. It ia claimed tbat
$35,1 00 bas bean aobFcribed without
any canvass being made, and that a
plant to cost $50,000 will bm ready to
begin slHUiriner Manh 15th next
Acrording to tbe plan three shilw of
eight hou'S each will b worked in
the twenlv-four bourn, giving employ
ment to 1200 men. Th-1 quetiu nt
buying cat In direct from lhe farms is
b-in ro' S derm!.
KKOOHl.TN.aj. T. -Board on the Hill,
Mrs. li. U, Howard, M Werhinnton
Park. Koouis largei location deluhlio.,
Convqniec, to ottrs to Manhattan Ueaeh,
Coney Island. Long Deach and Uen tral Parki
lA fe New VOTE t.lae.. nl .-Tine- rt-e,
lulliiWiMuirM at Mu'.lord'ti.
A SKW DERIKTUKE.
Direr linaorlallon of Halts rrona
Not a day passes without fu'nirhina;
new evidence of the growtn of Mem
phis and the rapidity w tti w. ich aha
ia arsnming metropo itan airs. Tho
latest proof of her sdvi c mentis fur
nished by Laidy A Co., who ifp.eived
VHeteid iv through the Unit" I Stateo
Custom ll jnse at this polat It 0 doian
men's laU, exproHs y m-m factured
for rt oiu by t.'i wideiv ceh brated firm
of McQum' i Si Co. of J. indon. The
hats nio of the Ltt-st Eugli-.li styles
and inado ot the finest anel at the
sainn tiini- most costly mat' rial. In
truding puiitliHsers should not fail to
give Leidy A Co. a call if tlixy desire
.oinethliig neat, nobby aud "quite
English, ou know."
Uoll I'cttatitt .Miiinsrd'H.
Uold rimmed. Keturn to
TWO PUUH-Dogard bitch: answer to
nnmea nt Dundy and U ii, H-'uru and
be rewarded. t) .CI, MiKK,
Nn M'l'-.: h'l, elref.
COW-On Thursday, neir non, two cowst
one a liluck. with en p nii hole in on
ear and alit and hole in the , tber; the
other, red and white apotted, w.th swhIIdw
'"fk in right rnr: leats have black marks.
A suitable reward for their return to uie,
near oornur ol Lane avenue ard Ayre atreet.
MULE-lrom my hnuie, 4fJ Lauderdale
street, on Thur-dnr, about nn, a
Inrao brown bnrse uiuie, with twoamall sores
(in left side of back. A 1 1 bo nil reward for
his return to above number
i I LE-On W.dne-i
Inv lust. ht.,lr mi,.
iv L mule
1.1 hHnd lllirh. n.I mark nn.l..
our uiiimr e l nils, will pay reward,
on hor delivery at Wood's grocery, iieur old
fair rii un da. VVJVT. K l.Jl j A K D l
aj ULK-Frntn iny place In Fort Pickering.
iL un the IMi inatanl, one sc-rel horse
mule, ten or twolve y.-ura old. Will pay a
liberal reward for his return to W. a. Falree'
stublo, I uion atreet, or for information that
will lead to hit rocovery
IJONY Borrel pony, with white snot on
forehead. Finder will lie rewarded by
returning him to 8. Jaonha, Pa Monroe street.
MULKS On the" nlalit ol Tout. :id, 3 utiles
east of Collicrville,2hlaokinare mules t
one about four years old, in good Dx ana
trimmed up. with litllo white spot under
law; the other, ten or twelve years old.
rouitli, nnd not so well trimmed. Howard
for information, or return of mules to J. W.
Young, Memphis, or
W. T. l-HICK, rvnisrvtllc, Tean.
I tut I1KN r.
T AKHK ilOtJRK-Hul'ahlsj fer first clsss
1J boardinehousei good l. oitloni will sell
tiirmlura i-,.inplele oliean, lor cash. Apply
n..cre l.rt'e r ' arrier No. 4.
Immense stock ot
r H,ie.,n I'hutr.
I V Hattnn sad Willow
Kow (les gas, cheip.
AMnS, UKATTIK A CO..
No SSI Main street.
IJOOM A furnished front room.
V nt IM Hernando street.
ljUKNISlihi) ItOOM-Hultnele for tear
X1 gontloiiton, atitl Monroo.
MY OLD KKHIDENPH-i'n"tYiker ave
nue, diiectly oiipnsite my nrraent resi
dence, on llerna ide and hlmwood .treetcar
line, two mil- a s--utheast Iroiu C-iu I iiuare,
ciintaining llfiorn iti-ros, ten aoros of which
cm bo colli vii',', 1. The entire plane In per
fect repair. Nine roo us. w th HI noceaaary
ouihouseai tlir,-e oieterns, five acres wish
beaut lul fore.t Irons in rmil and gr iss lets.
It Is Ibe li" sr l esnt lul In tks auhurbsof
Memphis. Will be leusrd for ono, two er
t'-ree yeurs. Possesaioii 1 t ef Jonuary or
immediately if detired. Ai ply at 11 Uaioa
strert or at niv residence. JUS. tlONiitY.
2-STOMY Frame, K rooms, lurte yard. Sey.
enlh, nearOiirolln i. DK. LAllRKNUat.
IJ00MS Two unfurnished rooma.
111 AOAM3 BT.
TT'IIRNIHIIKD ROOMH-Huitahle for genU'
I' and light honsehee.ilng, at Vt Monroe.
KW COTTAIIK-5 moras and kitchen
Is corner Orleans snd llroadway, oonvea
lent to both street car line,.
H II UHLI,H!V,MadWn st.
rpUK (1ILDKHT PLACB- Jorner ttaybura
I avenue and Jackson street! two-stor
frame, about M acre lnd, Iruila of all kinsl.
One Iruit and yrgetable garden, Will rent
for a series of years. Also, another a lace.
some six acres, near (laUou'si One Tines
and Iruit, with ratldenne.
L. 11. MoFAHLANP, tl Msd'son st.
HOtlHK-With six rooma.
Apply at No.
Nos. 8. 0 and 10 in Cotton Einhanaa
Building, on second Door, fronting on t-eoooi
S'reet, lurmerly occupied by M. 11, and A.
U.K. Apply at 31 Madison street. m
ClOTTAUli Beren rooms, en Walker ave
) nue. nn Klmwood ttreet enr line. AnnlW
atM Uuiuu at. JIJd LbNOW.
LARSK"BTfjllB-Flr.t floor and'celiar,
with side and rear entrances, Nos. 9ul
and SIM Main street.
OKflCiiS-No. 2Hi Second street.
ROO.YIS For light housekeeping. Ne. 3T1
Poplar street, over drugeto-e.
DVVKLLlN(tH-Noa S!ll Main streets Uf
Court streaet and V Qui ruby street.
VAUANi iiirri apply to
oavn UaM Of J. I. 1IUU1IL.UH.,
'M Msdisou street.
rrtVYO hOUMri Atati Carroll avenue; twe
X lines of oars.
K00MS Pleasant rooms, furaished It
desired, wUh references, at ilW M adisea.
KOTlM.S iPwo, nicely lurn'she l; suitable
for gentlemen : Ave minutes' walk freea
Court Buuare. A ddress X. T.
OFFjCK First floor
At M Madison atreet.
4KLKU ANT ROOMS At m Market street!
single or en suite, furnished or unlur
plahed, good water, and rear baainess.
FLKAHANT furnished rooan for gentle
n en; 111 YVaahmrton : relertat-erenolrW
riOKKUOUaU-Four aUiry and basement
J storehouse. Nn. liM Froat street.
MALLOKY, UKAWKUKU Jt W.
10TT0N e-FFICB A
no v to K. . APPe
son Co., Nn. 34 Front street.
HOUHK-lfiW Washington 8 .iTroomeansl
b-thronm. Apply at LU Poplar Ht.
No. UM Main
No. aft Main
No. I7 Main
n Hi reet.
Apply to lAMbH LKK, J a., 4 Madison Si.
K00M8 Two furnished er unfurnished
rooms at 40 Madison street.
LKUANT newly lumish.d rooms, bath
ee. tnonie at n i-oprf n
PTemptiiry!Saleot Real Estate .
py uommiasionr ana iru'-.
ferfact Tit es, Abstracts Furnished,
na T. ... Bi p.iii. on
Hal urd a y , Hi o cut Iter ao, 1HS4J,
In Front of I ourthnuse, het. ii nd 1 o'clock.
ain Street l'r iperty-Loi st. on wesi sine
of Main street, between Market and Win
chester, 74! leet front, by ltsK in depth.
m th .Un nn two si'les.
Part of Lot 141, on Vain street, south of anl
adj onlng anuve, navma imn, ui
.... u.i. .t.ent. I v a ilooth ot Ail feet.
Lot It'll a7'74, south side Au -lton .Snuare.
Lot 4W, 14S'iiHSS- southwest eorner ot teo-
onu and can o-e
Lo .W'. llf-vxlASS, eortheaet corne? et
Thiid snd tivrrtim s'rets.
Tkus Slx One quarter easn. naianoe
in !, ic ana s m-itiu", w-in ,t,ic.-.
For pariloulara, I- quite ot yr ;, Urc
rcmmii-l ver suit 'I rnstee.
Flue Watch K-.pairmgalferd'tv.