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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, DECEMBER U, 1886; r
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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Mo. 88 MADIBOW BTXXXT,
to U receipt ef a larger,
Issted stack sf CASSlMIBEs, WORSTEDS, SlITlSGS
aa4 OVEBCOATINGS, (all
Ileal,) tin wu sver ikown
teek. renprUei tke ckolcest
mmi aeet e arable goods la gsatlenien's wear.
ttf Samples and Prices
Wke have left measure.
few Stock Open
F t MM
NEW AUCTION HOUSE.
WE would rosr-eotful'y announce to th pablio that wo have opened an Auction House,
and will oonduot the General Auotion Business, at our old stand. No. 1 9 Main
Street, in tho Weostrr Block. Having scoured the service! ol Maj. J. R. MnDON ALD, the
well known Auction Hale man, who hai a long eiperie' ca in the auction business, we are
prepared 'ornate im at RKSiDKN'Kb' or SlORKlloUSES, and will pay particular atten
tion to the sale of Haul Ette and iolioit a liberal patronage, aaour muttnia QUICK SALKS
and PROMPT HKTlLKMtNTa Wa will make special rates with Attorneys, Adminis
trators, Assignees, Sheriffs. Commissioners and Uuirdians. . Kales at our baleiroome dailj
tlOo'olook a. id and at 7 o'olook p m., and Trade 8a;es onoa a week, the day to ba an
nounced hereafter. Consignment ol Merchandise of every kind solicited.
N. litSM'llOlrF aV CO., Llceutsed Auctioneers.
J. R. MonONAI.rt. lasmen.
THESE NldHTS AND MATINBK BB
ginmng wMtntdv( Dee at.
1. P. BOWERS
' . Support d fcy Mr. JOS. WHKBLOCK.
Thursday , W nrbaatt
Friday - Mnrjr Sioarl
Betwrday MtaBea..I.'MlT aejdlijy Secret
fn,dv.B!bo H-W. J. BCANLAN.
Comnseaatna tnUiv Ew., Deaf. IS
the Representative, Irish Comedian,
Voder the aa,ione'it of Augaatua Pltou,
will produce the Create t of all
" S1T4NE NA--LAWN,"
Oo Mondiy, Tuesdty and Wednesday Nights
. ana oaturi .y .matinee.
Thursday end Frid-y Nights will be given
Fred. Mamd'.a'a Komat tio Irish Drama,
" THE IRISH MINSTREL"
HEAR SCtJiUN'S NEW '0XG1,
. Written by him during hia late tour in
alhrrla lh Slsillo with Mry,"
Suggested by hia m eting with a lovely
irinh o;r , who e e tod him guide
through the Uap if Dunloe.
MWby Pwl'li I Alry Pour.
Rcmmaer, Buy , Yon're Irlitb,"
And all the Old Favorites, inoluding hia
world fatuous H-a-nOMI
jarMon.tay.Tcc. 00 HPS !! COHHLN.-t?
ltOltlAbOxWS m USEUM.
NOW OS fcXUIBITION,
Living Two-Headed Cow
A Ilcst of Othfr New Features
An an Etit:re New Company in
OUR BIJOU THEATER
.rM K I'lN TO AT.T. low
ULK - Ownvr van have same by proving
property n paying cfcarnea.
MM -PK!i i MN. d MHisopit.
MltAl U SiOLEN.
PONT Sma 1 black Indian pony, branded
'on b,nh right front aud hindshouldtr
with IndUin brand, heturn to A. J. Craw-
fn,ft. Huf lliirh tlrmtr'a. PiHnnrftnat Mtri.
and w t j"T t4
FARM I wi h to lease my frm, 'hrte
and a half miles southeast o( Coliter
ville, on the Mi. V eauaot road, containing
-Eitht Hundred Acr . in I enness e and Mis
sissippi: wall lenced, with ginhnusa, atanles
and cabins sulhceut fir all purposes) the
best of aril w.ter, and stock water in abun
danoa in the dryest times.
fsiDB M'KK DBADRK:KPIACE-Of2l0
X aorea high, leva , very rioh land. 4 niilea
aast ot Memi'h's. nn Pipeonrooat rod; finely
Improved. Te'ms liberal. Apply to
or A. J. MARTIN, m Main at.
NTS .Toll. P. " Farquahar" Stei.m Knaine
and Il.ir i'intal Tubular Boiler, com
plete) a'l irood as new; haa not seen f ur
months notual s.rvioe. Alan, one new bo. 2
"Fny 'R siw Mach ne. itb 2H inch s.w. '
Apply to H. '. W"OIH, Cotton Kg. Buildinn.
1 ,MKSI -Ol.A.-K Conl ,ti .nerv and Tov Ks-I
S? tahlisbment; modtride; g odreisona
foraelling. Audefa R R thl- nffics.
I J 5W acres in B'divarCo , Miss. Address '
0. B. A Nm hhaw. Warren Co.iMisa. j
AT A MittiMlN A good paying German i
B ara nghiiuse In llnlena. Ark , owner
wishlnv to retire r r iurthir particulars,
irquireat BttUNliR'S. in Helena, Ark;
FlRfiT-CLSS BAHBKR 8H0P With a
good trade; reason or selling, kadhealh.
Will seli cheap. Address
a. , inis omce.
k , A R..nnF nm 1 f
CUT I ON SKfc.Iy Alien Lon Htaple Cot
um tedt 50eonti rr buaholin lot ol
Dot lea than ltW buaheli.
. 0 B. CLARKK.
, O MULES eANfTSRArAddVMii
Vs V (aalA UI..1..:
WV M,1.RH AND DRAVH
Address W., this ollloa.
Of -Choice Fort Pickering lot; no oit
Itaxea. - IR. HINSON, 179 Main St.
LD PaPKRS- Cheap, at '
Xi'HAMKOoitaga. on ei,r. Kaybuin av. and
T Saorgia st. ; lot ViilTO, with a house of 6
rooms, in good order. This is a choice piece
of property, and en be purohased vn eaay
monthly payment by yarns part caa Ap.
ply Mm'ar PaikerorA.J. Martin, 2K9Maln.
LTSTATION-On the Arkansas Rver,
Lincoln Connty-si acras In bus fa's
of eWtivat'oa; lii4i' acres in traot; wall ln-
f roved: s'aaroain, 1 largs barns, 21 good ca
na and handnome delting, 7 rooms, wliha
ores 'awn in front. LI' eral terms. Apply te
MA' LOKV , RAWKOKD ;0..
37? and S74 Front street, Memphis,
or J, tMKKTrSarassa, Ark;
FOR 5 A LB CHE a P No. 6" WaahlntoB
Hand Press, for ninc-elnmn iateri
yood as new. Inquire at No. 37 Union st.
AT F. A. Junes X Co.'a., oue nice gentle
buggy MAi'K that any lady can drive
ax attilji ,Attanr' I V lift tea
ESIDENOB-Noa. 8fiand 88 Market at.;
at p k wkn KDV . 47H Mosby st
w L-ril n . U.1 u Ai'll IK IC Rnt
Ills rnuaii o riuvi.iM ttiAvui.-.
lissiv snvi uw iu e"uu vuuui ; i
sort Tarlei and better se-
tkli leaioa's laperta-
la tali market. Tke
designs, Coast textures
oa application te these
RBAL B8TATK AND LAW OFFICB.
W n LUMPKIN,, Madison at.
MADAME FAN NAYS The celebrated
Giosy Clairvoyant and Taat Medium,
177 Third street, near Poplar.
DHS. LIPSCOMB KNOX-Offlee, SWH
Main at., over Leldy's. Office telephone
655. Dr. Knox's telephone, at residence, tojl,.
ATli HADKULL I'leeae write to your
own FRANK M. II.. Memphis, Tenn.
( USTERN8 Bailt and repaired and war
V7 ranted. Inventor)! the Sanitary Port
land Cement P4mp. Contractor and brick
laver. Tel-phon WW. THOR OT'BMINfi.
THE GILBERT PLACB-Corner Kaybare
avenue and Jackson street: two-story
frame, about 24 acre Und, lrnits of ell kind,
One truit and vegetable garden, Will rant
for a series of years. Also, another place,
soma six acres, near Gaston's; fine vines
and iruit.w tb resilience.
L. B. MoFARLAND.22 Madison St.
ROOMS -ueveral desirable rooms in Ma
sonic Temple, fro n Januarv 1, 1887.
Apalyto HUN K. PRICK,
atoffia of Home Insurance Co.
OOMS Furaiah.d or uo'urLisbed; cen
tral looauon ; terms moderate.
9'i Mad son street.
ROOVS-Two desirable roome at IB Mad
ison street. KefiTonces ex-hanwed.
M. H. STOVALL PLACE-Ution ave
nae; honse ard5 acr s.
tvALittt Ki-uurti , zaa Main at.
1HOICB OFFICE-On second floor, 336
J Main street, corner I'rii.n Appl
A p ol v at
NEW 8 1 ORE eouthest enrner Vain and
Poplarats. M.K. ONAWAV.285 ilain.
RO MSTwo basement rooms. for colored
people orly. 1H6 IIND'N KT.
PI. K Mill) rooms, lurn he,i or unlur-
nished, with board. 1BU LINDEN HI.
OOMS Furnibhed or unlurnishrd, at
1H1 COURT ST.
FFIOKS AND Kii"M-A B5 .v.adiaon
street. U. M. Es 1 Ka, Madison.
LARUE ST iKK First floor and cellar,
with side and roar entrances, Nos. SOI
and 303 Main street.
OFf ICES No. Second street.
DWKLLlN') 1.0 Court treet.
VACANT LOTS Apply to
R. II. SNOWDEiJ or J. L. (100DL0B,
S8 Mudisnn street.
OOMS Pleasant rooms, furnished I.
d'sired, with relerences, at 219 Madison.
At S! Madison street.
4 EL KG ANT ROOMS At 69 Market street;
sinnle or en suite, lurnistied or unfur
nished, good water, and near business.
QTOREflOUbB Four atory and basement
O storehouse. No. 254 Front street.
MALLOftY, CRAVFQKD A CO.
C10TT0N OFFICE Apply to B. M. Apper
J aon k Co., No. 864 Front street.
HOUSE-220 Washington S . ; 7 rooms and
bathroom. Apply at V& Poplar St.
Cio. iha Main Street.
No. fi Main Street.
No. 207 Main Street.
Apply to TAMKB I.FW, ,1a. . 4 MsdlsonSt
00D WHITE HEAD LAUNDRESS At
STENOGRAPHER AND TFPEWRITER
t'-ne who understands something of ao
counta and other office wo'k No ladies.
Address, stating experience had and salary
expscted. A 1 . ,., 'his om ie.
CS WAIST-HANKS Kxoerienced on waists
i at,d 'kirt, lmmdiati ly, at 67 Avery at.
CAHAMBi'.HM ID Aa exreneuoed white
chambermaid ; g od wages; references
required. Appl; at 165 Seoond street.
OITU TI 'N ByanexperUni'od and prao-
K-r iiuiii iii.iiiHiiuu uiauaaer. uokl ui rai
erences liven; correspondence solicl'ed.
Address "MAN AtKR,"
('are "Commercial," Pin Hluff. Ark
PUflLS bhoriuand taught,
at 63 Mark-t street.
Ltry. and Oentlemen, io ciiy nr coun
to i to 'ake lisht work at their homes,
11.00 f3.io a day easily ma e; work sent
bsmai ' no canvassing We have a good de
mand foraur work, and furnish stuadr em
ployment. Adnress, wlt stamp, CROWN
M'F'tt CO., 294 Vine St.. 01- ciniat., Ohio.
SI1UAII0N Oa a farm as ii anngei; oan
. lu'niib re'Tences. L.J R.,thisoffi.
I AY BOARDKRs At
JJ 77 AD 'MS ST.
CRAP IRON A quantity of tovet ai,d
machin.rr icrap iron and old car wheels.
ST. LObI? MALLBABLK IRON CO.,
St. Louis Mo.
CJAlillSMlCN In every Slate in the 0 ion
Q to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
SriouLTiis that ara popular and easy sell
ing. Can ba handled aloaa or in oonneotioa
with other goods. Address TUB WM. B.
PPICF VANI'PG. CO.. BALTIMOHr, MP.
OAH MBN-to do station work on the
tJJ Memphis, Birmingham and Atlanvia
R.R., near AB rd en. Miss. App yon work.
WAKVEY k LEB, I ontr ctors.
(Lu UuLli X blLVatt For asn ores
.w.nro MT'I.WOH'V ,Iw. M Mail
FLAT Or pari ol a raaideoce (liiree or
four r-'Omsl, In good nei.hhorbood. for
light bousi keeping, oo reasonable terms t ref
erencssexeba' gea. Ad. 0. H T-.tls i ffice
Oi U i TEAVIS AtM per day; I'M) 1'nvera
U' f at II .W reftdav. Pay svery Sator
day night. 200 8 at'on Men: will pay from
12 to 17 rants per yard. Best work on the
levee; no roof; no grubbing: ell new work
infields. 4o d oamps. I'q'iireof
F. A. JONKS At CO.. fil Monroe street.
r on works -t Forrest k Co.. Aost'n, Miss.
OOD Colored Chambermaid,
At 72 Madisnn street.
'ENTH- In averv town to sell Pianos
"i-aid Or.sns IIOIICK A CO., Vemph s.
JTAM-nSd AND "E.MHROiDERlN-To
J oru in best styles at
l AN A lntallimlit.e itriin.t man to r r l-
A.V1. rnsent ,n his own locality, a large f
sponsible boi,,, A remunerative saiarv to
rltht party, steady position References
exchanged. Anwcan ManufaoturiDg iljuse,
lfiBarolay Ht.,l y,
A DISTtiGCISHEO 801DIEB AND
Speed a Day la Memphis, and If
Honored by the Grand Ann j
of the Republic.
E Goverrjor Lnrias W. Fairchild
CoDomander in (Jtief cf ths Grnd
Army of the Fepublic, arrived iu the
city ype'erday, a'con pjnifd by iiis
wile. Hie B'ay was made the ocra-
sion of a very plt asint njouioa by old
comratie.', who (rtheeed aronnd him
at the Feabody Hotnl end talked rier
old timee. Fn m 12 to 2 o'clock in
the parlors of Ihn Ptabody Hotel,
time was a c rtBtsrit Btreara of Urand
Arn y men ca llufr on the veteran
comoiandr, and he BPfmed quite
piaea Dy ice nper j and eoontauv
oun B'eeiinK tendered him. At !
o'clock p in , accompanied by his wife
and MiHS fairchild, and eg-
corted by a totnuiitteiv, who
had carriages in readiness, he made
a ttur f various poinia
of int' rest in the city, stopping ht the
Cotton Ex :l,aa,ie and the Market
Street 8cho3l. Over an hour waa
spei t in witnessing the VHrions exr
ti.teh iu !hu das' rooms, and the Gov
ernor and Ms. fairchild declared
therueelves aa amar td at what ihtty
raw. They were empha'ic in their
BFnertion that in point of proil-'ieuty
and tbnrouxh scholastic traiuina the
pupile cl thu Memphia public school"
were i.ot ouiclaaied by ihoan
of the btftt schools in
Wisconsin. Tl;ey were eapncially
struck by t' e f 'milir knowledge ex-
hibiled even by tliu pupils in the
minor erodes of the u oifraphy cf Ten
ncesee and Whi'lbv criinty, aud their
oa oral and artificial resource?. This
was a feuture that they dt dared to be
new to tnero, aiid onti in wnich they
were eatii-ttrd tbe chiidien of Wis ou.
sin were di -fivieiit Mrs. Fairchild df.
clared I er deiermination to put her
own children to the test on this point
as Boon p. s sh returned to har
home. After leaving the school
tbe party drove an. und the city
viewing points of special interest and
beauty, and at 4 o'clock d m. the Gov
ernor and his wife! and daughter de
parted for Little Rock, Ark., regret
tin it that thy weie unable to prolong
Uieir stay neie.
At Litt e Rock the membeis of the
Uiand Army of the Republic have
made ezien-ive preparations to re
ceive the Governor. The several po'tB
met Thuradi; clg tt andcoocluded the
deters. UU'Side of the Grand Army
people be will receive a Cardial wel
come, especially by the many people
resident tnere who were formerly citi
zens of Wiscentin. No political feei
ng will enter into tbe recep.ti n.
BTra, Bo were "Mary Klmarl "
The audit-nee attending tbe theater
last nliiht wt.B larjie and fiwhionatile,
ana enjoyed the pleasing lntetpreta
t on of Ma y Siuart, as given by M s.
Bowers aud dramatic company. Tbe
play in which Mrs. B iweis nppeari is
known as the Falconer version. It ie
Suite a romantic and intireeting
rama, combining the escape from
Locbleven caa. la, the meeting of be
Queens at FotberinKay and ending
with Mary's anent to the rc.flold.
It was attractively and can fully pre
sented by the people in Ihe caBt, end
the strong st er.es were htiely p cttird
forth. Mrs. Bowera was cal e I before
the curtain several times to respond
to well deserved applause. At r"
matinee this afeinoon Lady Awl leu' i
Secret will be given by a strong ta t,
and trie engitgimnt will com, no
performance ton ght
W. J. Mcsislnsi.
Oa next Monday, Tuesday and
WcdneA'iay nitfVtt and at the Satur
day matinee Mr. Scanlan and com
pany will pr.s rt Shane-Na-Lawn at
the Memphis The; tjr, and on Thurs
day and Friday niiibt-" The Irish iiin
tirel. Tbe stlo t f se t- for tbe cd gar
ment wiliopen at Mulford'a this morn
M. T. Skiit, business manager of
the W. J. ttaanlan Company, is in the
W. L. Cam iron has gone to Gal vet
ton, Tev., to visit h i sist' r, Mri. T. J.
Rembe t, who is lying very ill at her
home in that city.
Frakk G. Dixon hai b?en appoint
ed Depnty R-vei.ua 0 llm tor here inr
the Fifth DiBtnct by Oolltctor John T.
Hill man to succeed Mr. Hemy J.
Lynn, whose resignation was received
some t'me ago. Mr. D xon has been
noting as special deputy f r a period,
and he will become the regn'ar deputy
on the 15th instant. The officii mean
time will remain at No. 19 Maaisun
street, as heretofore.
Amelia W., the beloved wi'e of Mr.
Lewis W. Cherry, secretary of trie
Crystal Ice Company, and daughter of
tbe la'e Gen. Joeeph R. Williams, of
this city, died at the res dunce of ber
mt ther, Mrs. Jane T Williams, iu
Little Rock, Taeedav, December 7t i,
after a long illnees, in the 23d e tr oi
bnr life, and was buried yes'erday in
Elm wood Cemetery in the presence cf
a Iag4 C' nc ui-se cf friends.
W learn from the New York papers
of tbe 7tb infant of tbe dra b the
1'ay before at the Park Avenue H ,tel
of the Rev. Joseph B.ooriifiold Weth
erill, for many years piior tn lHuT a
resident of this ci y The Tribune
says that, be had been in ill bealth for
sometime. Typhoid malaiia set in,
and although he had safely patstdtbe
ciieis his syttem was tiomuchex
hausttd to, stand the etrain. Mr.
Wetherill was born in Pliilade phla in
1836. His father, William Wetberill,
was a prominent mete ant. Aft-r
comple'ing his education in the Bol
mar School at West Chester, Pa , be
began his business life as a drng mer
chant in Ph lade'phia. In 1856 be
went to Memphis, Tenn , and eneaged
in tbe drug bnsineet with Dr. Ware
ing, of that city. A few yeais later be
came to this c ty ai d entered tbe Gen
eral Thfolopcal Seminary. After
fradaating tnere he became a mem
er of tbe clergy of tbe Tr nity Par
ish, berti ming t.s , slsnt rector of fit.
Pi.al'e Chapel. He formed en inti
mate friendship with Dr. Morgan Dix
and was at "no time bis roommate.
Io 1871 Mr. W th.'nll went to Rom-,
i d became aaeirfcint r cter nnds-r Dr.
Nevins of the American Church at
Rome. He re ma neu t tere two yeers.
When he returned to this coun ry he
was apt) tinted ast-iatant rector ol
Grfce Clmroh, of Newark. Iu 1880
be accep'Ml tbe rectorship of Ht, Am-broe-t.
Uud tr difcouragmg circu v.
ttancen he eucrefded in freeing 'ha
church from a moiUage and building
np a large congregaton, Iu dc"g
this te worked without salary, beeide
sperdtng the greater purt ol hia pri
vate forltinn. He haves a widow, he
dangi'ter of Judke J. Lawrence fe'mith,
of Long Island, and a grandniece of
Mrs. A. T. Htewart, and three small
children. That lateral took place at
8u Ambrose's Charch on Tuesday
morning, and the eervces were eon
ducted by tbe Ry. Dr. Dix. Mr,
Wetherill was bnri-d in thw old family
nurytne groura conreeted witbtt
Paul s Memorial Church, Perkiomen
Montgomery ronniy. Pa.
A DETERMIXED CRUSADE
AUAINtT IKNCR4K4 EDsH PANIES
WHO AKE SO-KESIUEfiT
'orportloaiB, atiid I taoaa Who Hava
railed ls 4'osnply lib the
Chicago, Ll., D cen.ber 10. A
crusade axaiuet 1. su a.ee coinpanua
who are nun-resident c irporauous and
certain b suruui e br kere, a.l of whom
have fail d to comply wi b the insur
ance laws of the 6U e, has lie n in-
angurated by (he comuieuceuieut of
law tuit-i iu tie Superior Cc nrt. The
litigation ie dincted aitainst whit is
known as "undei ground insurance.
By a li git-la: iv ac;ef 1869 all it sicance
companies not cha tir.d by the State
ol Illinois, are requtrtd to pay an an
nual t-tx; to have a cer'aln specified
capital; to appoint agxuti in Iliincis
upon wl ora sttivite of procehg van be
bud and to make a. ti . a t reports to
the Auditor of tr.e Mte, ut:cer whose
supervirion the law places the c rpo
ration, l nere are wu ln-ura- cu com
panies in Illinois bgd-y auther zid by
ixw. Most oi tnvm ae n im corpora-
ticnp, but B'ime arts nor-res dents who
have comp'ied wi h the law. Tlie'e
arn in a id 'ioa about 100 comrtanbs,
brokers a ;d at;nnts who are claioied
t ot to have compl eti with the law i f
1809 in any respict. Ibe Au-li
tor Bays that a large ma rity
of tbeHe "und-rr uao" co:iipu i.s
were wortliK-ee, aud it l! ey paid tiny
risks at all they did to only after
threats ol lit gat on. uiientlmes they
were frnudu.ent. La e!y the "under
ground" ii surauc on life, fire ard
marine had greatly incr -ts d nntil it
bad become a poweiful c mpeiition of
legitimate Inuuratce biiBin si. Th
Underwriters' Acs cia i in found it
necewnry to ins Uuts an u.Qtiirv.
which reanl etl in inn discovery uf li e
extent ol tne und vgrount bu juices in
Chicago and tbe re t of I'linoip. A
committee, of which Wm. P. Kerr w.ih
chairman, was appoii,ted t colli ct
data. It reported a list of 100 con
cerns and brckeiB or ag.nta who had
evaded the la. Th Atidi'or of the
Mats was r-quested to enfoxe the
law, and tbe eui a instita ed yt-ster-day
was the c rumer.cnient of a com
pliance with I he uudtrwruera rt quesc.
Taiino DiaTRici 4-6i are now at
par, ioi a-ked.
Compiibm B'ock abends at 1301 bid.
with no sellere.
Cottok recwiprs yesterday, 9191
bales; Bales, 2000 bales.
Makchbstbb cloths firm, fiir de
mand. Yarna firm, but tit le doira.
Ths Memphis rtock rf cot'oa on
band yesterday amounted to 161,654
BRiAESTCits and provisions ' were
sponger iu the leading mirke:s yes
terday. New Orlbams Bpott advanced Mttn
all round yette day, but fututea
were off., ,
Thb Cotton Oil T'Ut Cimpany has
opened on Mauisun fit'eet ami with
Mr. Joe AhisJn.lateoIjACkeon, Jenn.,
iu iba ge.
Thb week's ot'on sal s amou )td
ti 2',8c)0ba t, the expor en taking
12, 00 b l-manii the tpinners 10 350
bulej. Week'B receipt-t, 27,254 bales.
A tki.voram fr m l iits'inrg says:
Th-rx wa a iiealib er tone to the oil
maiket today. No more fi-ilmes were
repoitet), Ptices lie d un fl'tn y, and
a feeling prevaded that tbe woiet was
over, xhem'tker, opened at OSe, d -
clined to (17, c, thru rib ltd and ad
vanced to bH i t, but sHgged at 1 o'clock
this afternoon to ()8j
Vi itors on 'Oba ge yesterday: R.
H L iwatic-i, Covington, Tenn. ; Mis
Mabel Rhodes, city ; Mita Ola Farris,
city; John Uai hp, Miuueaoolis,
Minn.; the KrV. J A. U aig, 1 hila-
delpbia; ThomaH S. Maitin, New
Yo k; K M. Banks, Hernando, Mist.;
R. FiiiM, Shelby ooiin'y ; E. H. Deem-
er, rhuadeirtiia. L. r ir h.ld, Ma i-
eon, Wia. ; hi. v. Slater, ll'ir-nne, Ala :
John W. Dranghein, Coiinth, itlisi;
Cuniiit gbRni, Ilu k Hill, Miss ;
George H. Smith, Duck Hil, Miss ;
H.U. Kand, u illy up ieg, fti si ; V.
H. Th rntou, Chaliston, Miss ; G. K.
McMnr-slej, Clyde L tk, Ben S hap-
ker, William Wo terson, New York;
H. L. Craighead. Nashville.
Thb Tenner see Valley Iron and Rail
road Company stock had a large sale
yesterday at 47 Jt;, aud it is now offering
n email QUdLtitlrB at ouo. Mr. J. U.
Neely is pree dent of the company,
end John U"rton, ' secretary.
They have 72,000 acr s of iron ore
land in Wayue c uuty, Tenneeaee,
lands poaeesttieg an ireihauHtib e sno
ply rf ore, aud of the purest qudl y,
yielditig tome 60 per c -nt. of iron.
Specimens of tbe t re are on exhini
t on at the Ccttou Ex-'' aoge, and have
been much adinirml. Tne price of ihe
stock ts advancing apidly, and capi
tal b s are ready to lny blocks of it
when it is lu ihe ma ket. a c intract
as been let out- to I mid a branch ei-
ensinn to ihe Nimhville and Oitata-
m oga ia lroad Lou unuu toroiig i
BouAq iaon to Florence, Ala., aud
rnnnii g 'hronirh the mineral l nds ef
the Tenne see Valley Irou and Rail
Capt. Gbobob B. Wiltbabk, No. 919
Spiuce etreer, Philade'ph a, Pa., if now
on I ni, will, if you wite and mcl ss
a etamp for reply, tell you tha. "three
veara ago, while) in Central America,
be was prost ated with kidney and
liver trouble of a very renons n.turo.
Ha wis rieU.iou, i kin very datk, liver
nia-ged one-ihird, siom-icn too eensi-
tive for thu Bin pie t fotd." Seven
ti es of Wa'nerVsafe cute complete
ly cuied bim and s ived his life.
X afford. Jeweler, 894 Mala street,
MliclU orler from tbe cooatry.
Ttww Are Hot vwwj.
There is one thing nobody ever re-
grots that in, the day they first adopt
ed Parker's Tonic as their regular fam
tlv medicine. Its range is so wide
and its good effects so sure, that notb
Ing else, except good nursing, ar
needed in a great majority ot cases
Buy it. try it. ai l a'terward tt will not
roquire any prale from ns.
IHaiiioiMls, Ht UnUurtTa).
Elixir is warranted, is because it Is
tho best Blood Preparation known.
It will positively cure all Blood Dis
eases, purities tne whole system, anal
thoroughly bullae up the constitution.
Remember, we guarantee it.
tiRtIN COHHSSION JfER-
CU AST'S FALL
B. ScElveea Expelled From the
Xercbanta Exchange for tin
J. B. McElveen, a grain broker, wan
lormany txpe'le;! Irouithe Merchants'
Exchange as tbe fol owing n ilce post
ed on the blackboard of tneExchange
will attes' :
MsMPiua, Tsnn., Daeamber 9, 1SSI,
To Whom It May Concern :
At a r. guiar meeting of the Board of
uiretiora litiid t uay, certa n charges
Were i referred egaiimt J. B, McElveen.
r.iiargiKg nun aim utitnetcantile con
dnct unhecoiuing a gentlemen. All
t f whioh being enetninid, the board
Otdered h'S expn'einn.
This is. therefore, to irivenntice that
J. o. MeE'veen is no longer a mem
tn r of the Exc lange, he bav tig been
expt'lled a aoove etattd. Bv order of
tue xioird ri I'-recto-a.
W. J. CHASE. President,
E A. Kmlin, berretaiy.
TliS traneacnon hut led to this ex
pu b on was a cons goment of grain
root a h use in Sc. Joseoh. Mo..
a i icq ajcr.ivten told tor the consign
or s cc u-.t. it is a b ged that he got
oo iu jo cenij lor the coin and ru
turned rali-H at 81 c-ntp, real b ng 6
o n s a I u hel. He also dedoc ed un-
nsual charges, and ll'iinether sc oped
in ab ut $0. 0 on the tranc action above
bis Itgiiiuiu.e commieeion. The Si.
Joeeph nian proteeted vigoroutly
evaiutt re nris made to bim and
threatened to inv8'iuate. to which re
sponse was made, "Ho to hades with
yi ur invent gallon." Tbe tnattor was
caUel to ihe ettention of R. S. Taylor
4 Co. ai d by them reft r.-td to tbe
merchin s, who afier a fa r and im
partial invi etigaiiou declared the
charges against Mr. McElveen sus
tained, and expelled him as above
Mr. McE ve ui b .s had a pyrotech-
nio career here. He came from At
lartta i.b ut two yeara ago, opened an
ce in tnu uott n r.xotiange Dr.iid-
ing as io tn as it was ready for occupa
tion, and cut a high figure among the
b ys. Ia baseball circles he was a
coiiBpiuuouB figure, and bet bis money
ii H princely reckiefsnees. Wben
the Nashvilio BiseliaH Clnb played
here he backed them heavily, aud he
was the man referred to in the Ar
pbal at tbe lime, whe seemed alone
in a multitude, rejoicing a'. Nash
vil'e'a victories. He occupied a
prominent p ace oa the grand stand,
and when a Nashville man made a
bit or the Narmlle boy struck a
man ont, M Byeeu would clap h'e
hnnds and chear ia harmony with tbe
Nashville duleg.tion who witnessed
the gone. Iu, fact, his enthusiasm
for the vi iting club uecatne so aggresr
tively i ff-neiva as to inspire the dia-
gi a' oi all who are near eounrn to
Buffer the inflict n. After the Nash
ville 0 ub leit, McElveen continued to
auk his utieaels upon their winning.
hut, alatt they failed to win, and,
whl e the ban b.-tll fl g of Tennessee
w.t trailing in the dust. McElv, en's
fl oanc-te were threatened with a bust.
His passion for baseball, however, ws
not his only weakness. Oilier fotras
ol dissipa io.i attrcked him, and he fell
n'o evil ways, tven thu re tin Ing in-
fluiitiCH of a charming woman who be
came his wifi laat eprlt g did not seem
effoi tive in raving nim Iroin evil com-
pauiotsulp. Aud so be fell, as all
mu-t who bet on tne wrong club at
J. II, Pii-aett A Co., to (mortgage)
Te'ineei-e Brewing Compa-iy, f tr t'ie
urn of 1175, a i ihe sulnou and bar
flx uresc- nlained in the Ueru Saloon,
at- No i!95 S. i ortd etr. et.
H-nneita RfvelU to II. E. SVls,
i'i . cr.s i ear 0 ollii rville, Tenn. ; con-
de at. on, SOIMI.
R. IJ. Fra eor to Bridget 8;:ully, H
, block 24, 01x150 feet, ou Middle
C R. Kar'etu et ux., trust deed to
, J. Waroer, trustee, to s-curn Ms.
M. Warner iu tbe turn of t'20li 44, one
loi lu the villa.o of Barlett,
WlilfonPn. i Wain.
How tha trfilil.,t la ssxld to Be
Woiiliiar st la tleab Kediiueil.
Since he came to Ihe Woite Ilonse
the Pres dent has bein rapidly giln
ing floh, until be now w ighs fifty
pounds mure than he did when he
wat elected. Ha does not take any
execise. He drives out for an airing
every plea-ant aft rnoon in a com
fortable ca riage, but the ride doesn't
g ve him any more exercise than i' he
epent bo much time in a rorkini chair.
He is getting so fat aa t bn uncom
fortable hs well aa ungainly, a id has
been in consultation with a cottor of
the Svredit-b manage school. The
doctor does not preecr be any druB,
nordtsht n- the Bintng sys em
ofdiet n He simply reo minuends
ihe moV'iment cur"', and a packttiie of
8jI Uolemitn'e Ko Ko Tulu every day
to 1 oeura dig'teti'in.
Ius?'t, Wtillsrl silock.
Wllhi.nt AdrUnl Canse,
Or with apparently no causa at all, chilli and
fever, thought to be oured, germinates and
refruotillra in tbeaystem. Thia glint macg
dhaasea cannot be laid out with quinine.
The only way o give it a fine) and eitin
gu shin qui tus. is to ue persirta. tlv the
nat oual ant d ia to lu intone pi son, Uo tat
ter's torn ch B Hers, will, h roots it out cum
plrtaly. Tbe prneess of cure Is, ofo Uiso,
liiuon easier if the Bitters ia u ed as a pre
vei t va, w'len the 6rt chill ia le t but per
sons who are n -t a, qu untod with 'h nature
of the stimptoms are son etimas in error as
to thtlr oiua- .and n-g'tctih" simple and
pleasant rein dy, of all others bast -uilel to
ohi ck the ero-r-si nf t ils dreaded a id de
structive malady. Visl ors to, r sniourners
in ualarmua locaHtit s, will, monover, act
the parlol w suuin it bey use the Hitlers as
a prep ir -tive. Ki umatism, cnusiipati m,
bl iousness. it dl. estl- n a id kidney troubles
are removed by the Dilieis.
ti old I'ena at IW iillorJ'n.
ut SM0VaU BY THS Una Of COOOAIB1S,
And it fltlm'.lUteei and promote the
growth of ) !iir.
JSow-The J line To Nt iilHt
ACTIVE Flootaailona ia the Market offer
opportuaitles t Sieoii'at"r to make
money h Oram, Htoetig Bonds and Petro
leum. Prom t ptrsonal attention given ta
orders received by tre or ma-l. Corres
pondence si.lioiUd, Full In'ormatlnn about
tbe markets in o ir Book, whleh wih ba lor
wardi d tree n atjiliaatiun.
H. o KYLE, Banker and B oke-,
8w Brtiad A Ne hfe-t. Na" rk t'y.
HVEAK, UilliEVELOPEfl PARI S
tilt T" i: III i .N an
MatsM-rilte lor tti "ivtU"
Tailor M Importer
XT ay a a-a. as ax. a i
Mews yato I hava evar eowraa
novai,riBia ramiv enri.-. woHirtpi in at-fc
TMK LATftBT ITILtS, OVKft COAriHtiB AND BVANCr
Pa srrA loosia fa grswi nu-iaty, ail 1 lTlT Dksiuns,
iBtroauoa by too Lasodlng .'mportara of
ear. I anah sosaaka SfBt
the aaMla to esvU aad
Cora Snond and Jiffirsta
Chas. Merzog & Bro.
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GUflDS
tof W littvo (he I.Hrg;oht AwNortmeiit of IOLI,N, IMioloKTraptt
Albiuust, Wriltiifc lUs, Work, llitxe. Toilet Cmteti. AVnto.
Kraplt and St'rnp ItookH, JIihhIc
ni.ltCUA.MN will do wine
,.m, aiain Sfroct,
LOST OR M1S ,A10-A Set ol plana be
lonalnr tn 11. Lnwnnstnin A ItmlliMr.
New Building. Please ret. .rn to
JOHN Kl-iio, nui'der.
STEER A large red steer, with large
horns. A liberal reward will he raid at
II ADMS HTRKfcT.
T3UP A lenon-eolornd
pointer dog pupt
X white feet. A reward will be pai
d tor its
rernrn to ;v-i i.innen streer
MULK-From Panola Oil Works. Tuesday
last, one light bay mule, ittiout shoes.
lahtlv stiff In fore less. LlLeral reward
will lie paid lor return of same tn
1'AtlUhA OIL, AINU VKtvillil, t'irt CO.
MULE One durk-cotnrcd horsa mule,
medium rise, while nose, scar on
shoulder. Reward, If returned.
L. 11 McKAHo.A N t. Tt Madisnn St.
IUI KKW Ae.1) line hUnk hnria
mule, htandod S. M. nn Intt ahnuldar.
One black mare mule, lame In right tore foot.
Return to HEOKalK HliR I ,
at p. M, Pstte'.nn A On. 'a NtiiMe.
ROOMS AMI BOARD.
DKSIRA-BLK ROOMB-Wltn onsrd, at
- 13 MADISON HT.
VJT..JAMkS uotWb Curuer. rieoond and
Aaaaaa stree a Rooma and board, ay par
waeaj, day board, ISM '
BOARD Uy the 4y or we. k-
A t ii T h id aajaet. n
Two unfutoliheil reoias:
IB AUAM8 ST.
board, at No. All Adai
a street, t
TABLK HOARD 1 he best Ihe market as
fords, At NT Cfll) HT ATKKKT.
NEWLY furnished front room, with ele
gant board, lor sincla aentlemeni B7
vitwrt bvi , . -i . ,
L) OOMij Pleunl urnlsba riaiui(. w
A li bin
ard. for ladies or aenlleneo.
QKAUTIFUL frnt rooms, Ileal or
aalk or an
1 J suite, run
furnished or unturnlshej, with or
ot?ier rooms, KH Kinrtoiirtat.
JZLrS CltK AM BALM
Ii not a liquid, mujf'or vowler. A pplle6
into notlriUitquiek.lt abtorbtd. lteleitht
the head, AUay injiammaiion. ileal thk
tnret. lUntarmth temet oftiute and tmeU,
aucsfitsat lrotnm; 6g (null, rsiHWrad, SO cents.
Ill BROTHERS, Druggists. Owago, It. X
j. t liotsSi & auo.
(BOOCBbMOUS TO t. H. UtlMT A BAO,
ii A vie iovnn tsi
No. S3sJ SKCilMI NT., JIEMPHIH
rt J'l.L, and couiplete si-i-ik ol Woo-land
X"V Metallic Jases and Oa-frets, Cloth-Covered
Caskets and llnriat K.iit always on
hand, auw iit lars oibit,hi timnniK
filed ; ,
The Christian Brothers hava tha plsainra
of announcing tho eompletloa of BXTKM
BIVB ADDITIONS to thalr Col lege, which
they hava provided, with all elot soodern
Improvements and oooaenlencea, and they
ara Bow enabled to : accommodate an In
creased nnmher of Boarders, Halt Boarders
and DayNtudnnte. I .
ror information nancernlngTtrkas, Board.
Tuition, sis., soa Catalogue, or aply by mail
11 ' 1 Pteiident,
til K UPPKRSCHMIOT
lPORIR AND OKAL1R Ut
ticiiH, Aiuiiinurllin., 5'litiiSiifi Taet'e
and HnortMiiiei)". Mippilett.
nilOhdNA-.K AMD RhlalL
aaa nlo Mtr".. flfinnnla. Tamaii
tvtenatantn'lng Vstt Rapf',"g ol 'nna a
s)oei.Ultv I.itre.s u.Aw Hest assortment
i V 3 aC7 g'
V tTS 5y V I
eaA XT -i 1
ta Bbia, ewaaistlnw all
ngiaao. rvaane ana am.
111, MBlW aat auataaaara aaaf,
any UAamL' lOCal at ml
lj Kettlnir our nrtc- beforai
Opp. lValiotly Hold.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
" Wa da rrrby ferlify that tee supervise A
sminffmmi for nil lis Monthly osaa taara
Urt llrawinw of tA Louwmim Ham iattsrw
(ompnHv. oniI ia iiersoa moaiige anal eeali-ul
(As r.nriau lA.alsellMS, nant that th awaw are
wtailai'leil inla A, iar.lv, nsrwas, aasl ia goo el
ratfA lomirotafl rmrluts, nait" w oatAorias ijta
Coetpaay to e thU CerliaVtnre, with ne-mnt'Jee
ol our iitaiilures attacktd, ia its aaWtisa
Voan at losiowtit a,
Wt, t MHdersigHerl, ffnaAw neat "aali.ws,
ttnl paw all Prim straans ia lis UovXim
iHnsa Lo4Hri vlUlk assajr ia preeaMed ol ear
t. II.OMLWHT.Preev t. Wal'l Bausk.
J.W.HI LHKKTH,lrea.NIto Nntt Bh
A. BALawiM, Praw. . . Bat. Hit.
UNPRECKMESTKD ATTRACTION I
Over llulf a Million KlHtrlhuted.
LouiHiana State Lottery Ce.
Ineorporaiad tn laos for twenty-nve yean
by the Legislature for Bdioattonal and
Charitable purposes with a oapitaj of tl,
000,0(K to which a reserve fund cl over 1650,
000 has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote lb
franchise was made a part of the present State
Constitution, adopted Deoaniber Id, A.D.
Ho Srand Hlnajlo Nairn ber Draa.
Inaa will take place monthly. It aaser
scales or ihmI rosms. Loek ot the following
ltftflti SJRAND MOItTHLT
Extraordinary Quarterly Drawing
In tha Academy ol Music, New Orleans,
TnaaHlMgr, bstewmtsrr 14. (NHSt,.
Under tha personal supervision and man
Uen.M.T. Beanrgarl,of Louisiana, and
Ueu. Jntm! A. Ktsrly.ol Virginia.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
a)JrN0TICK Tickets ara ' Teas Itollare
ouijt. Ualvea. r. riltks,
LIST OK PHlZKH. ,
1 Capital Priie of llMi.tsKI JlfSO.OOO
1 (Irani! Prise of. Nl.imO.. ....... ftO.UlO
1 (irand I'nie of. 2n,l"J......... 2i),isi0
2 Large Priiea of. lil.miil an.odO
4 Large Prises nf. A.INKI .. ai,l0
2B Priioa of l.linU t,(IO
511 Prlios of m not) !f,ISI0
100 Prises ol Sno........ ao.OHO
200 Prises of. - !)....... tO.IKs)
6110 Prises of. - lt fln.One
1000 Prises of. 60 50 AU)
100 Approximation Priaes of , t2H0 iW.OnO
lt Approxlaiation Priiea of 11. lti.lita)
loo Approximation Priiea of - To- 7,'jOO
tm Prises, amounting to V21JS00
Anplioatlon tor reus to clubs should no
made only to the offloa of tha Company at
Pnr further Information write clearly,
girln. full address. PONTAI.NOTKN, Ux-
irell Itlonef oraers, or tsew iorg nxenanga
n ordinary letter. Currency by Express (at
our expanse), addressed .
aa. A. iraiiruia,
at aw Orleana, .
Or M. A. nAl'Plim,
Hnaliluglon. D. O.,
oi at eat ttonrt Ht., Mnmphle, Temtl
Make P. 0. Money Orders payable
andaddiesg Kegialered Letters te
HKW OKLRANH BATIOB AL BABJK,
afawr llrieans. s.at.
308 Front St.
1). n. JOI1.SO.'S
No. 17 Jeffer-Mm Street,
(Between Main and front. I MKMPHIB. 1
I (established In lNttl.l
U tiea Interacted as by lag the moat auo
cesiful pbysiciau In the Uaatmentol prlvata
orseoret diseases. Quick, permaaent cnraB
auarantead in every oaae, mala or female.
Recent oases of Oonorrliee aad Syphilis
cured In a fiw days without the usaaf mer
oury, ohange of diet or hindrance trout
buslnesa. beaondary Uyi hills, the lest ve.
Involunsary loss ot semen stopped In short a
tin, Huff.rara from llnuotaOCV Or loSS Of
sexual ponere resume to tree vigor In a few
WeeXS. VietlmS Ol sail-anuaa anu eaowaairw
vensry, Siflering liom spermatorrhea a
lossor physical and mantoJ swwer, spaadily
and permanently sured. Particular attan
tion paid to tba Diseases ol Women, and
eures guaranteed. Pl'eg aad old sores eared
without the useorcaustieor tha knifa. All
oonsultations strictly confidential. Mad'"
nines eent by express to aU parti cl the
"sso-vforklngnjea enred at half the ill
reus. Offloe hours from 8 o'clock a.m. to
o'olock p.m. D. H. JOUNHON, M.D.
dr. nn. LEVIS,
The LinMi. m--J ' mA
OCULIST AND OPTICIAN.
LATB OP 8T. LOUIS. MO., hM last Mo
up a elegant nrlice over I yUeabhields S
groce y store, corner ol Adams and Main,
where he Is rea.lv u HI all sights and make
glasse to order. The nuliho are Inflamed
that the D cmr has no gla-sea tor sale other
than those made by himsell aad In ooaltirtn-
Ity with the uteasu eiiie'il ut the eye. ina
letor has made that h i areoial stody and
has all the latest soie-itiflc t-sts and tnstra.
ntenls to In-ure perteot and eaay sight.
Physicians prescriptions Irr glass oaretullf
.Had. Oulo. hours .p IM.
Oculist and Oplielan, No. Jl Mala street,
snnthea't err ee Ja s and Slain.
line Jwi't JlLnL5
' apaawaawwew " i i