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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL S-A.TTJHID Y. NOVEMBER 29.
6 AUCTION HAXKS. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I H?aut Parlor, Bedroom, DInlngroom and Kitchen Furniture, AT AITTION.I BY A. K. FRANKLAND, 195 MAIN ST., n and ay Horalac, Dec. lat, at lO o'clock. Parties desiring elegant Furniture will do well to attend this tale. A. E. FRANK LAND AUCTIONEER- Six Elegant Aew Ungjrles and 1'nactons and Rockaways, Tor acct Trustee, AT AUCTIOSf, Matarday, Wov. th. at lO o'clock -m at 228 Main street, to the htghest bidder. Must be old. A. M. STODDARD, Auctioneer. I'nder writer's Sale, at Auction, THIS IIOBXIHU. AT lO O'CLOCK. at No. 238 Main street TUBS, BUCKETS LABD, AXLE GREASE, BRAN and others goods. A. M. STODDARD, Auctioneer. Executor's Sale, at A net Ion, As executor of Michael Escazanz, deceased, I will, Oa Taeaday. December SB, 1870, (mrinnlnv at 10 o'clock a.m.. at2?ft Main street. In Memo tils. Tennessee, sell at publlo auction, for cAh. all the nrwna tr. eonslstlnuof One 2 -borne Furniture Wagoo, two Mutes and sets Harness. On. KmtvM Wniwin. Horse and set of Harness. Twelve bead Milch Cows. Calves, Heifers and Year lings, and other personal property. JOHN U AUK, Executor. A. M. 8todcliir!, Auctioneer. Dolls Dressed Dolls, at Auction, JUST RECEIVED, A Large Coaeicasnaat of Dollo. Which we shall offer this week. A. M. STODDARD, Auctioneer. A. E. FRANKLOD, GEXEBAL ACCTIOSEEB, IDS Hal a street Keaipkls, Teaa. Special attention given to out-door sales. Consign ments solicited. A. M. STODDARD, General Auctioneer and Appraiser, MAIM HTREET HEHP1I18 AUCTION 8AT.K3 DAILY. AT ALU ABLE PAPERS Near Front and Madison V streets, a black pocket memorandum book, containing valuable papers, and the following de- criiKKi oies. orawn in favor oi u. 11. f. riper, wmcn the puono are nereftj warned against tradln or nexotliuing for. viz: One for 8200. made brC.l Irby and wife, A. D. Irbr. dated June 27. 1878. and past due; n notes for $47 20 each, made by Ellis & Son, and dated In November, 1879 the first due January 1, 1880, and the other five on the first day or eocn successive month respectively; one note dated In March. 187H. for 8100. drawn by Ed. J. Karr past duet one architect's order on trustees Avery Chapel for Si 810. dated November 25. 1879 and several other papers of value to myself only. A suitable regard will be given If handed to Mr. J. w. urork.r. HanK or commerce, o. H. P. PIPKR. VOW AND CALF Bed cow: too ot left ear off J and top slit on same ear; white heart on fore bead. Calf about six months old. A liberal re ward win D8 paid lor me return oi cow and call. MRS. M COWBLL, r!3 Winchester street. "I RAY HOR9K-1514 bands high, strayed from I T M 'Oboe's station, on M. A C. K B, Finder will be UDeraiiy rewarded Dy returning same to JA. FORREST CO.. Hi Monroe St. WANTS. T3LKA9ANTLY furnished room and board for j young lady; unex and required. Address young lady; unexceptionable referenoes given aiasiRBi, wis omce. OA SALESLADIES AND 10 CA3H BOYS, ZU at 213 Main street. Apply from ft to 12 TO-DAY. SITUATION As clerk enres. Address or collector; good refer tL, appeal. BOARDERS Having movel from 179 Second to ilOt) Second St., am now prepared for boarders. QITUATION By a young man of 21, American, nj wen enucaiea, rapia ai ngures, wnilug and copy ing, situation la grocery, or work of any kind In store, oilloe, or on gentleman's place for small wages CHAS. COOK, this office. QITUA1 ION By a German man, who can do gar- k uening, or taae care or norses ana cows: is willing to do any kind ot walk. Address L this office. TTLOBIST At corner of Madison and Second sts -1- V. trOEBELS. QITUATION By a German man, who can do gar- kj uening, or iaae care oi norses ana cows; is will ing to ao any aina or. worn. Address L , this office. POSITION By a man that can give good city ref- L erences, a position in a wholesale nouse to clerk or travel. W. H. B.. Appeal oflice. DAY-BOARDERS Or room and board, at 93 Madison st. rpHR G ROVER A BAKER MACHINE OFFICE JL has ngaln reopened at the old stand, 818 Main street Parties desiring repair and attachment.. will please calL Stamping tor braiding and embrold- arnidineand embroil O. VALLRNT1NE. eiy. mrs. c. TO BUY SEED-COTTON For which the highest market price will be paid. Call at MEMPHIS GINS, Exchange street, near river. trou KCXT. NEW HOU8S 89ft or 898 Linden street. ply on the premises. Ap- KESIDKNCE A new residence, No. 100 Adams street. Apply to Dr..Wlllett. next door. COTTAGE Five rooms, pantry, good cistern Apply at yard, reasonable rent, 1 83 Beale st. MY RESIDENCE And fine lots at Gill's station. FLI BAYNER. A Q O PONTOTOC street extended. HiO.' 4i)0 Hetnando road. Cott.ige tin Hroatiway, 4 doors east of Rayburn ave. Apply at 211 Mwin street. 8CURM A H1RSCH. K EVIDENCE No. 148 Adams street. Apply to No. 102 Adams street. TWO HOUSES Nos. 16 and 18 Ixchange street extended; 7 rooms In each house; In good or der. Apply on the premises, or S2rt Second street. JUUN KElD. -pTOUSES. HOUSESL Several houses Just received for rent, among them No. 1 97 Ct rroll avenue. A good Residence on Pon totoc street. Nice new House, 868 Lauderdale, near Vance never has been occupied; and the fine House and grounds, No. 248 Alabama street cheap. Also Stores. W. A. WHBATLEV. 281 Main St. T AND 20 acres very rich land, well fenced, cor 1 J ner M'Lemore and College avenues. Joining unuiiiu n. owj. a. Auaun.or W. A. WHEATLhY, No. 281 Main street E3IDENCK No. 49 Market street. V Apply at 61 MARKET ST. ROOMS Unfurnished; In a private family; unex ceptionable references required. Address "E," this office. KESIDENCB 129 Adams street. Apply to H. H. METTK A BON. 1 84 K ront et. rnffO BRICK HOUSE3 On Hernando street Noa. J. 'JHH and 2H;Jla; 7 rooms each. In excellent or der; newly papered. Apply to Thomas Foley. 86 j ront, or l,. uuion. nentai Agent, iw Madison st, WELLING Desirable brick dwelling, with sla- ls Die ana garaen; win rent low to good tenant. i,o i oucmj w. apfiy at premisen lor lniormaiion. ROOMS Furnished rooms, SO to $8 per month, at 107 Jefferson street I3K31BKNCK3 Two clean, commodious resl- A-V dences. tree from fever Infection. MINOR MERIWETHER. 245 8econd St SrOREROOM On Hecond street, corner Madison; and pleasant ofUoea and sleeping rooms, 43 Va flUUMUU, tll HI i.d.UJtMlllll, 431 Madison, H' OUSK No. U7o Union street J. K. FROST, 84 Madison. VT r174U 4..tHM h,lnb 1 K Uai.. . D J 1 kitchen and bath-room; was not occupied curing uw lever, appiy nrxt qoor. ( AFFICES AND KOOMS-In the Planters Insur- ance Building, a few commodious office, and nleeplng-rooms.wlth all modern Improvements, and thnroiiKiilr clennwj and aired since the epidemic. B.M.STRATTON DEALEB I H STAPLE AND FANCY SUGAR, COFJPJGE, FLOUR, MEATS, LARD, ETC. ALSO, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Canned Goods, Syrups, Molasses TC, ETC, ETC., SSI Mnin St., 2XeiiipliIs GROCERIES AMIJHKM15STS. TIIKATKK. rw Memnhls The MA (formerly Memphis Theater.) DA VET 4 BBOOK8 Proprietors and Managers. Three Nltrhts THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY. Thurauay ana omuruay iiiut53t tit y.ui. Commencing Thursday, Noy.27th. GRAND THANKSGIVING (Thursday) AT 2 P.M. BUFFALO BILIi COMBI JgATIOM In "KNIGHTS OF THE PLAINS." Band of Genuine Indians. SatnrdnwNiirht "May Cmvr: or. Lost and Won.' tr-Reserved Seats at Hollenberg s Music ttore.M BOOHS AN1 ltOAltI. B OARD With rooms furnished or unfurnished table boara a specially. MRS. M'lLROY, 179 Set ond street. ROOM Large unturnUhed rrotu room, ana, ii , hq.ita n. .mail room connecting can be had. with first-class board, In a private family, for a gen tleman and wife. Location near Court square. Par ties with children neea noi appiy. uuuu raomiow required. Address 8 . Memphis. OOMS Nice furnished rooms, cheap, at ROOM Choice front room ; reduced rates. No. 123 COUBT STREET. COM3 AND BOARD Nicely furnished rooms, with tOHrd, at U4 street, nrrare fJKSONAlM JM. 8ACKETT , Has removed to No. 291 Second gtreet. Da JOHN E. BLACK. Offloe. 243 Main St. Residence, 865 Poplar. miTVINfl INn HKPllHINU rllnuS 1N1I US' 1 oANs-Leave orders at Hollenberg'a Muslo Btore. The pest wora giiarnierq, at iuw yi TAKEK Ul. T?BD COW Crop off of right ear, eight miles east XV of Memphis, on Macon roaa. j-y FOIl SALiE. QMALL FARM Near Bartlett; highly Improved, vlth good residence. Adoresa " 8. WILLIFOBD, Bartlett,Tean. S"f .n P4PFR3 J At 2S cents per hundred for halt-sheets, and 60 cents pet nunarea ior wnoie sneeis, AT APPEAL OFFICE, ttkrnando HOTEL Of 18 rooms and furnt- fl ture at great sacrifice and on favorable terms. Inqure Oi I. w. unin, neriiauuo. aiiaa. rpHE stock and bar fixture la the Mayflower 8' JL loon, 181 Main street tlon apply on the premises. TV TULES At B. Keck 4 Bro.'s stable, five (6) nrst 1VJL class work, dray or cart mules. In fine orde and acclimated. Any one wanting mules will pay to look at them; and one lamny norse, woras aina in harness, and noes wen. "D RICK By river or rail. Quantity and quality I J guaranteed I4ave oraers ai jonn a. uenie ., 85i Front street, or W J, Chase A Co.'., 182 Main street. .. a. f. fl rfiK. OLIVER, F1NNIE& CO 5 carloads Aew Mackerel, 2 carloads Thin Cheese, 2 carloads Crackers, 2 carloadsGood Shipping Apples 1 carload N. Y. State ISackwheat 1 carload Fairbank's Lard, I carload Kraut and Pickles, 1 carload Missouri Cider, 1 carload liaising and Auls, 1000 bgs New Crop Green Coffee, 1000 bxs Fire-Crackers, 100 brls Oranges, 10,000 bxs Fancy & Stick Candy 1 0,000 cases Canned Yegetables, Fruits, Fish, Etc,. 300 brls and hi brls Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, Graham Flour, Hominy, Grits, Jfitc. OLIVER, FINNIE.& CO LOCAL FAKAG11AFUS. The Asylum meets to-night. Cotton quotations are advancing. The-Mississippi is again on the decline. The weather turned rather cold last night. The Christmas holidays are aDDroachin? rapidly. The snow-clouds overhung the citv yes terday. The legislative council met veslerdav afternoon. The Buffalo Bill matinee at Leubne's Theater to-day. The chancerv court. M'Dowell indee.has adjourned to Monday next. Ere long hundreds of prevision and coal boats will be floating down Dast oar landinc? from the Ohio river. Lotta, the little enchantress, will open up an engagement at Ljubrie's Theater on next Monday night. The ordinance as to closmir no nrivv- vaulta passed the legislative council on its first reading yesterday. The ordinance as to the destruction of unsanitary buildings has passed on its first reading before the legislative council. Speaking of marriages a Memphis sage remarked yesterday: "None but the rich and reckless can afford such a luxury." The Mississippi river survey boat, Genera l Barnard, with experts and others on board, passed down the river on Thursday night. The New York music publishing com pany has favored the Appeal with one ot its recent productions, entitled A Scentless Rose. Spiritism, as developed by new mediums, is witnessed at present in our city. It is the old business of dark seances with a few new tricks. On and after December 1st, the public market hours will be from two to eight o'clock in the afternoon, instead of in the forenoon as heretofore. The landing pavement between Court and Madison streets has been rapidly sinking into the river, and now it is proposed to build a rip-rap to stop the caving. The blanketed and tomahawked Indi ana belonging to the Buffalo Bill troupe, are the curiosities in the city at present. "Lo! the poor Indian," is among the number. An immense number of turkey-gobblers and hens were slaughtered on Thursday last in obedience to the thanksgiving proclama tions of President Hayes and Governor Marks. Yesterday three sneak-thieves, Bill Hill, Ned Morris and another, robbed the till at Mrs. Lynch 's store, 106 Main street, but were arrested. They were committed to jail by Esquire Spellman. The poor people had no turkey dinners on Thanksgiving day, consequently they had nothing to be especially thankful for, except the riBe in the river which, it is predicted, will reduce the price of coal. Prepare for Sunday by going to Mans ford's and selecting your reading matter. A full line of dailies, pictorials, magazines, re views, and the largest line of novels in cheap series to be found in the south. No. 298 Mam street is the place. The following marriage licenses were is sued by the county court clerk yesterday: Colored Robert Williams and Jane Wood right, Tom Persons and Ruida Johnson, Spencer Wilson and Mrs. Louisa Johnson, Ed Daniel and Shelly Hunt, Henry Gentry and H.liza .Payne, Wm. Boyce and Mary uvkoi.. ir we ramies ueney-ana JNannie Gill. PERSONALS. Mb. H. Bsnsdorf gave his bond day as notary public. yester- The menu card gotten up for the sanitary entertainment at the Peabody. last night, was the work of Tracy & Co. General Chalmers, of Mississippi, was in the city last night, en route for Washing ton, to represent his district in congress. Armstroko & Naill have an announce ment in another column which should be read by all those in want of furniture and carpets. - Colonel N? B. Prick, one of the live merchants of Mount Adams, Arkansas, has been in the city several dajs, replenishing bis atock. Colonel Price returns home by the Hard Cash this evening. Rev. Dr. Dalzell has returned from his visit to his old home in Louisiana, and will 1 : L , 1 i L conduct, mo serviuca & uraw tuurcu uex. Sunday. . Colonel Willo Haywood, of the Brownsville Democrat, and Mr. B(n Wear, of the Belleville Enterprise, are in the city. Both ot these gentlemen say that business was never better in their respective sections. Colonel Waring, of the sanitary com mission, leaves the city this morning ior New Orleans, in which city he will spend a tew days and then cro to Milwaukee, which needs sanitary counsel about as bad as Mem phis. Dk. Billings, chief of the Banitary com mission of the National board of health, will leave to-day for New Orleans. The people of Memphis will not soon forget the doctor and bis co-laborers of the commission. Ihey Lave done us good service. Colonel Sid Jones, known far and near as a prince among railroad men, the very embodiment of all the most progressive ideas, intelligent about everything that anects bis business, with a heart as big as he is a giant among men. is in the city ana will remain for a tew hours, lhe man who does not know "Sid" argues himself unknown. The following passengers arrived in the city last evening, on board the Cons Millar, from Cincinnati: W. M. Marshall, M. M Morton, A. Heckle, C. Heckle, J. M. Brom' Held. George Bromfield, Luther Lewis, J. B Butler. Mrs. Bowles and children, Mrs. Rowe, Miss Pauline Rowe, Miss Clara Plummer, Mrs. Uoepei and children, L. Bloomer, Mrs King and children. Shake! We had the pleasure of meeting yesterday Mr. John H. French, of New York city, who is here tor the third time to close out a stock of jewelry. To those who have done business with him heretofore he needs no commendation at our hands; to those who have not, we say attend the assignee's sale of vatches, diamonds, jewelry, silverware, etc., at 265 Main street, corner of Court, the old stand of Loyd & Fritz. On board the new James Lee the following prssengers arrived last evening: W. E. Mor row, Mrs. Cannon and daughter, Mrs. Berry, W. W. Butler and wife. Captain Thomas R. Bowman, E. M. Evans, Mrs. Boice, Mrs, Lonegan, Mrs. Owen and children, Mrs, Bocrsrs. W. N. Duncan and tamilv, E. C Tenneyville, Mrs. Hoff, 1. B. Butler, Mrs. Hull and daughter. W. H. Volkmer. I Michelson, Bill Morgan, J. C. M'Davit, wife and daughter, F. Reilley, F. Donavan, G.W. Gardner, E. Mason, C. Hill, B. W. Watkins, James Johnson. The following passengers arrived on the steamer James D. Parker from Cincinnati last evening: C. W. Alban, D E. Alban, Charles B. Evans. H. G. Getchell. A. J Rodgers, J. Johnson, Harry Johnson, Joseph JQinn. H. hi. Warner, Adolph Gloor, M PAUCl , t' W U-AkCD, tfUUU A U 1 1 1- , II. 1 1 Sweate, Henry Hees, Joseph Hoffman, A. C M'Ginnis, Wm. H. Oliver, John Edwards, Evans Henderson. Mrs. Maloney, Alies Mat tie Downing, Mrs. Tythe and two children, Mrs. C. Toomey, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. ftmiiy Slucher. Mrs. Emma Krogmaon, Mrs. Hos bial. Mrs. Steiner and three children. Miss Joslyn, Mrs. Bennett, Mrs. Tound and child and servant. Mrs. Mary George, Miss Jane George. ' ' " ' AMUSEMENTS. fieubrle's Theater. Last night at the Theater quite a large audience attended and enjoyed the perform ance of tbe Buffalo Bill tronpe in a drama entitled, Knights of the Plains. The play was well presented and received favorably. There will be a matinee to-day and a closing performance to-night, when a new play, en titled May Cody, or, Lost and Won, will be the attraction. The Charming; Iotta. Monday next Lotta will open up a four nights engagement at Lenbrie's Theater. She will appear on Monday night in Musette, Tuesday in La Cigale, Wednesday in Little Detective, Thursday in Zip. New scenery and surroundings will be introduced especially tor this engagement. Lotta has a utrong com pany to support her. The sale of eeats for the engagement will begin at ten 'o'clock this morning, at Hollenberg's. LAW BE PORTS. Chancery Court H'lowelI, Judge. Court has adjourned to Monday. Chan cellor M'Dowell yesterday announced his rulings in the following cases held by him under advisement: Rothrock vs Winters, de murrer overruled; Owen vs Smith, demurrer overruled; Hobson vs Norris, order for re ceiver to report; Street vs Horner, injunction dissolved, rsference, etc.; Moore vs Russell, rulings on pleas in abatement. The palm for the most beautiful Cloaks and Dolmans is awaided by the ladies of this city to MENKEN BROTHERS, who have also a line of splendid Cloaks for misses and children, cheaper than any house in the city. All the Koveltles in Jewelry Can ba seen at the assignee's sale at auction, corner of Main and Court streets, Loyd & Fritz's old stand. Redaction In the Trice or Coal. This is doubtless good news to our citizens, who, owing to being absent last summer, failed to lay in a supply at low rates. And we know due credit will be given to our en terprising merchants who have forced tbe re duction. At No. 66 Bale and No. 1 10 Main streets, the Adler Bros, have a supply of warm boots and shoes cheap, which ara cal culated to lessen one-half the consumption of coai, tnf reoy reducing it titty per cent. Call and supply yourself atonce. IOOO lo n nds Shaker Dressed Tarkeys, at lO cents per pound, Choice Wild Ducks, Kqulrrels, Rabbit, Venison Uoasts and Steaks. VICTOR I, 1UCH8, SO and 41 Jefferson street. Game Fish. Just received a largejlot of game fish and fresh celery. Our selection of fresh meats and vegetables is unsurpassed. We deliver tree to all parts of the city. L. 8CHILL1NQ A BRO.. Corner Third and Jefferson streets. iHK superiority ot cotton-seed oil soaps over grease irom animals that died from diE ease, and from putrid matter, is now gen erally known. Oar wholesale merchants are receiving large orders torLatting s Mem phis soaps. Buy a Cap. .r , men s ana ooys warm caps, with ears. cheap: also, a fine assortment of hats, either in stiff or soft best makes, at bottom-rock prices, at Martin Cohen's, the hatter, 219 Main 6treet, under Worsham house. Pride of the West mseer Faucet. Retains the strength, purity and freshness to the last drop. rlts rfemfert A Co.. Sole Agents. Ii. Fritz & Bro., At 151 Mam street, keep the best stoves. tinware, coal-oil and lamps at the lowest E rices, la roofing, guttering and steam oat work a specialty. Sewing-Machines. I have iust received a large stock of domestic and improved Singer machines. Trices reduced. Merchants and dealers sup plied at the lowest rates. Knife-pleating uone to oraer. o. w. fisher, 263 Second street. Letup's St. Loni Beer, By the keg or in bottles. Always fresh, at Prlta Pfemrert A Co., Wo. 13 Court street. JLost or Strayed, On the twenty-fifth instant, a blue and black-spotted'pointer dog, had a large black spot over the shoulder blades, also black head and ears. The finder will be rewarded by leaving him at S. Clement's, 86 Bealo street. DIt. POSTER Answers the Charge Contained In the Article Pnbllahed In Thnrflrtaj'n Appeal and Copied from the Independent Catholic Benevolent Union Journal. The article in the Appeal of the twenty- seventh instant from the Philadelphia Inde pendent Catholic Benevolent Union Journal, excited much comment, inasmuch as srne ot tho best citizens of Memphis were charged with grave crimes. In order that the safety committee might be heard and such facts as it had might be made public, an interviewer walked around to the courthouse. Meeting Dr. Porter at the head of the steps, he was invited very cordially to come in and take a seat. 'Well. Doctor, vou saw the charge that appeared in the Philadelphia Journal?" 1 es; quite personal. "Is it true that you promised Father Waleh that you would stand by him, and di vide with him the last dollar?" "No, not a word of it. Oa the contrary. Father Walsh promised to divide the moneys received by him with the Citizens relief com mittee aB long as rations were furnished tor Camp Mathew." "Was the promise kept? "The Citizens' safety committee never re ceived any money whatever from Father Walsh or the Catholic societies. But let Father Walsh speak for himself. Here's a circular issued by William WalKh on the seventh of Aueust, 1879, and addressed to our 'Catholic Sympathizers,' in which he says: 'There are now in the camp nearly six hundred people chiefly Irish Catholics. Few, it any, have sumcient meanB to maintain themselves for even a few weeks. We have received from the committee of safety a number of tents. It has also given us ra tions until we can provide for ourselves; and in a postscript Father Walsh adds: 'If any funds remain on hand they are to be de voted to the immediate necessities of the poor people, and tbe relief of St. Bridgets and St. Patrick's churches.' Now, Father Wakh received rations from the safety com mittee up to October 30 Lb, which were dis tributed in CamD Mathew. but t at her Waslh did not keep his promise, and divide with the 'sifety committee." 'D.d Camp father Mathew receive as much as the other camps?" ' "Yes, and even more it you count the aid they received outside as well as the assist ance irom tbe general tunu. For tear that societies would draw rations from tbe gene ral fund and from outside friends, tco, the executive committee passed the following resolution: . 'Resolved. That rations and medical attendance be supplied to all camps and societies alike, pro vided that all moneys or;eontrlbutlons received by said camps or societies be turned over to the safety committee. 'D. T. POBTEB, Chairman. 'P. 8. Bagley, Secretary. August 6, 1879, "The object of this was to prevent camps or societies drawing from the general fund when they wejra supported by outside chari- "Was this resolution enforced?" "No; on the the contrary, Camp Mathew was furnished with rations regularly, and with tent?, and on tbe twenty-eighth of July was given one huudred dollars. "Yrby did you not pay the bills handed in by Father Wai8u, imoquung to ever lour teen hundred dollars ?'' "Because the safety committee did not feel authorized to pay bills that were not made by themselves, or under tbeir charge; b; sides some were excessive. I might merely moa tion the bill of the surgeon of the camp at ten dollars per day, amounting to three hundred dollars. Again we did not feel at liberty to nav miscellaneous bil!s when we were lur nishing Camp Mathew with daily rations and supplies. Our interviewer next sought Dr. Goodyear, who was safely ensconced behind his desk, . ..... 1, - calmly meditating on me anairs 01 me. lo our question concerning the money neia in his hands while mayor pro ttut.. Dr. Good year said that he had the vouchers and be ok 3 open to tbe public, showing that he had turned over to Mayor Fiippin, fifty-two and odd thousand dollars, having disbursed in charities, and for tiie relief of sufferers by yellow-fever, over twenty thousand dollars, and he incidentally added that the Catholic societies should not complain, since they in vested the twenty-nine hundred and eighty six dollars and forty-four cents given tj St. Peter's orphan asylum in real estate. This two thousand and odd dollars was a part of the surplus divided by General Luke E. Wright among the orphan asylums of Memphis, St. Mary's and Lealh asylums re ceiving sixteen hundred and fifty-nice dol lars. A Benefactress. Just open the door for her, and Mrs. Wins- low will prove the American Florence Night ingale of the nursery. Ot this we are so sure that we will teach our "Susy" to say: "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" for helping her to survive and escape the griping, colicking, and teething siege. Mrs. Winslow's sooth ing syrup relieves the child from pain, and cures dysentery and diarrhea, lljsoftens the gum3, reduces inflammation, cures wind colic, and carries the infant safely through the teething period. It perlorms precisely what it professes to perform, every part of it nothing less. We have never seen Mrs. Winslow know her only through tbe prepar ation of her "soothing syrup for children teething." If we had the power we would make her, as she is, a physical savior to the infant race. S jld by all druggists. Twenty five cents a bottle. We Jrlaat Have Sewers So Say our City Doctors Unanimously. At a full meeting of the Shelby county medical society, held last Wednesday nighk, the following resolution was unanimously adopted: Remitted. That It Is the sense of this soe'ety that a plan should be Immediately Inaugurated by which a sjHiem of sewerage shall b. at once commenced, and tbat tbe work shall be pushed forward with all pos sible haste, until Memphis is thoroughly sewered. HUm XUTELTIE9. MENKEN BROTHERS. D splay To-Day New Gloves, New Neck-wear, New Ruchings, New Handkerchiefs. Our home manufacturers are all busr. Lading's soaps are having a graat run since the fever. Their qaality is superior to all others. The Big Boot Shoe Store, No. 844 Uaiu, is headquarters for bargains. JAY GOULD Causing Uneasiness and Alarm Out West by his ttlgantle Schemes or Railway Coneentratlon The Party Skirmishing Around Ateh . ison. Atchison, Ks., November 28. Jay Gould and party arrived in this city last evening, and this morning started west over the Cen tral branch road. This road is now com pleted to Kirwin, two hundred and forty-two miles west ot this city. Gould's parly will go to the end of the line, and may also in spect some of its branches. There is a great deal of interest manifested throughout this State as to Gould's purposes. He now con trols nearly fifteen hundred miles of railway within the limits of Kansas, or fully one-half the total mileage of the State. The roads that have passed under his control were the only lines traversing large sections of the State, and competition is thus practically de stroyed. Hence this combination has it in its power to do great injury to Kansas interests, or great good, as it may elect. The journals of the State are generally reticent in express ing opinions upon the subject, but all mani fest uneasiness, which is almost universally prevalent among the people, concerning this gigantic concentration of railway interests in the hands of one combination. Hastings, . Neb., November 28 : The post-mortem examination before the coroner's jury in the case of Yocum, burned in the Burlington and Missouri River railroad depot fire on the night of the twenty-fourth resulted in a verdict by the jiryof murder having been committed and the building burned to hide the crime. New York, November 28: Cumstead died to-day. Dr. Freeman J. nKBIXO VIVDERWEAB. MEAKEX BROTHERS HAVE THE BEST-MADE For Gentlemen, For Ladies, For Children. Choice Dressed Turkeys, Vine Celery, Beef Tenderlolnr, Wiener Wnrst. It. HEE88EL, Sr., A HON, Corner Jefferson and Second streets. Floyd's Kestaurant Prices are moderate. The bill of fare is first class. Regular meals, oysters and all game in season, with a nice variety of desserts for dinner. Open until after the Theater. S. Gaby, Agent, Nos. 11, 13 and 15 Beale street, pays the highest cash price for everything in the junk shop line, especially scrap-iron, rags, and all grades of cotton and metals. Photographs, .82 per doxen, at the Cottage fciallery, Beale street. 1'orter, Taylor & Co.'s Cotton shed, Gayoso street, between Her nando and Wellington, is now open to re ceive cotton. Liberal cash advances made on consignments. Lime, Cement and drain, In Large quantities. Low to the trade, at ' B. C. BUCHANAN A CO.'S, Xos. IS and 18 Union street. Card. We have concluded to make a change in our business and now oner our entire stock of wall paper and window shades at greatly reduced prices. c. a. haebbrlb & co, 292 Second Street. YV. A. Gage & Bro., Cotton factors, 300 Front street. Fresh Oyster and Celery Received Bally, by Kxpress. VICTOR 1. FUCHS, Nos. 89 a. d 41 Jefler.on Street. Business for Sale. The well-known carriage business of Mor gan & Co., 222 Second street, everything complete ior running a first-class business, with or without stock. Apply to B. B. BOGKR9. 222 Second street. Hotel Clarendon Is now open for the reception of guests, after being kept closed and free of any sick' ness during the feyer. Best accommodations for prices to suit the times. B. A. BOLLENBEBG, Proprietor. Veniaon Boasts and Steaks, - Pine Celery, Choice Wild Bucks', Squirrels and Rabbits, dame Pish and Bresaed Turkeys. STKVK CtKMEST, 8S Beale street, Otto Schwill & Co., Seedsmen, 223 MAIN STREET, Offer at lowest prices 6eed-wheat, onion sets, grass and garden seeds, etc. Lysa Haves Bay shell oysters re ceived dally per express at Henry Ituehrmann's, Call and try them. Bere IVe Are, To do painting in all its branches, sign, Ires- co, and art paper-hangin?. : 280 Main street, next to Oliver, Flnnle k Co. . Tbe Choicest Stock of Jewelry la Memphis at public saleat the old s'and of Loyd & Frilz, 2C5 Main etreet, commenc ing this morning at ten o'clock. 1 Stewart, Ciwynne & Co.'s Cotton shed is now open, prepared to receive ail business. 4 ior 91 00. JustReeelved Very Nice. 4 for SI OO. Frjsh imported Reina Victorias, Fresh imported Regalia Brittanicas, Fresh Opportuna. R. V., At Sol. Coleman's Popular Cigar-hous 3. Grnbhs, Austin & Berry, 323 Main street, Memphis. Tennessee. We have just received large shipments of fresh new goods, and now ready for the trade. The entire stock of C lothing and Furnishing Goods are offered at cost to close out by January 1st at wholesale and retail. Merchants ate es pecially invited to look at our stock before buying 323 Main street. All retail bills cash, Old pletures eopied and enlarged at the Cottage Wallery. Beale street. Horseshoeing and Carriage Repairing Done in the rest sty.e and tor tbe lowest cash price at J. G. Muller s, bd Jetlersoa street opposite Leubrie a theater. Furniture and Carpets. The enterprising firm of Armstrong & Naill is now receiving the largest stock of furniture and carpets ever brought to Memphis. Its two Btores on Main street are not large enough to hold all the goods that are coming in, and the furniture and carpets are selling at such loir rates that the shipments are nearly keeping up with the receipts. Every thing new in lurmture, carpets and parlo work can be found in the greatest profusion The stock was purchased by practical and careful buyers, who selected it with a view to meeting the wants of those who buy in this market. The Grand Lunches Daily set at Riggio's St. Charles saloon, in connection with the superior liquors dis pensed at the bar, attract large crowds to this new and popular bouse. The finest of oysters received daily. Everything of the best quality, both at the bar and the oyster Baioon. The Friee of Drinks. At the Cub-Off saloon, near the corner of Main and Madison, Captain George Miller has inaugurated toe ten cent drink plan, reduction in price in keeping with the times and under which plan the best liquors will be ottered to the public. French Steam Bye-Works. Ladies' and gentlemen's goods dyed an cleaned at Louis Reigel's, 62 Jefferson street Benson's Capcina Porous Tlaster Relieves yon instantly, and cures quicker than any Known plaster, liniment or compound. It is in no sense a patent medicine. Their composition is founded on true medical skill. The manufacturers were awarded the high' est and only medal of merit at the Centennial exposition, Philadelphia, 1876, and at Paris, 1878, given for rubber plasters. Benson's Capelne Porous Plasters Are a great improvement on all others. They cure the most violent pains in a few hours. They cure complaints which other plasters simply relieve. They positively cure rheumatism,' neuralgia kidney affections and lame and weak back. Spinal complaints, sciatica, lumbago, And all local aches and pains. They are purely vegetable and do not blister. Are free from dangerous metalic or mineral poisons. They are convenient to wear. Ihey atlord strength, comtort and are mex pensive. Ask your druggist for Benson's capcine plas ter, and take nothing else. Sold by all drug gists, rrice, twenty-nye cents. LOCAL KUTIUES. Goodvear's bonnet bleachery, 250 Second, Reshaping ladies' felt hats made a specialty, Dr. J. H. Ntjtt ALLhas removed his office to 227 Main street, under the Worsham house, An additional supply of Apvleton's Bead ers has just been received at all the book stores. r Invalids requiring a stimulant made from pure grain and tree from lusii-oii should pur chase Green liner. Neither tailing teeth, nor the peeping wrinkles of time, so forcibly tell of advancing years, as your gray hair. Ayer's vigor re stores its color and makes your appearance more agreeable to others, as well as yourself. With fresh, luxuriant hair, the infirmities of age are fax less noticeable. BAWlrjJET JLJST MIGHT, Olven by the Cltlseas of Memphis to the Manitarian ot. the National Board or Health who are In Our City Making n San itary Survey. Last night at the Peabody hotel an enter tainment was given to tbe gentlemen who are here representing the National board of health and others making the sani tary survey of tho city. Sjme ssvinty five gentlemen sut down to supper. Among the guests were our Taxing District authorities, leading lawyers, journalists, sanitariars, politicians, business men and other leading citizens. Tbe supper was ex cellent, and was served up in a mannerly Mr. Galloway that rt nected credit upon bis taste as a caterer to the public. No speecht s were made, no toasts were drank during the banquet. It was a pleasant conversational affair, intended as a compliment to our guests, who have come here in the interest of SiUiita'ion as representatives of tbe National board of health. At tie close ot the banquet, Hon. Casay Young arose, and in a few remarks btieflv alluded to the epidemic of the present year, and predicted that Memphis, through the energy of her citizens, and ticked by the National kcvernruent, would advance in prosperity, and th.t she would eventually eclipse her ancient name-uke, which cen turies ago flourished on tho banks ot the Nile. He proposed the health of the distin guished sanitarians of the National board of health who were the guests of the evening. Dr. Billings, in repiy, said tuat hj had been agreeably disippointed. Tbe National board of health hal taken stock in Memphis and was satisfied that it was possible to make a vast improvement in the public health of the city, which would add to the prosperity ot Memphis. He proposed the health of the 'City ot Memph:s, which was responded to in an appropriate manner. Colonel W m. rC. Moore arose ana proposed the health .of the city government, which toast was responded to by Dr. D. 1. Porter in a few terse words. . General Colton Greene proposed the health of the press, which was responded t j by Mr. M. Keatinsr. ot the Appeal, who briefly alluded to the trials of Memphis, and her in debtedness to the National board of health and J he sanitarians generally. He sketched briefly the conditiou ot Memphis past and present, and advocated a uolid public senti ment favoring what was necessary to save our city. Mr. Wm. ii. Moore, in response to the toast of ' Memphis the Future City, spoke of the pressing needs of our city and what could be done to protect herefrom future epi demies, lie lavorea putting bands in pock ets and paying for sewers and whatever else was necsseary to protect us Irom a recurrence of epidemics. Judge John M. Lea, of Nashville, on ben g called upon, spoke briefly, and indorsed all that the work of the National board of health had done toward the sanitation of Memphis, and he felt satisfied tbat the recommenda' hons of the board would be fully carried out bv the the people of the city. Dr. J. Berrien Lindsiey presented a toat in a short speech. It was, "Memphis in 1881; for thoroughness and completeness of sanitary work, the mo lei city ot the south. Mr. Goodwin and other gentlemen re sponded to toasts, as did also Mr. F. S. D vis, who gave the health ot Judge Dl'ppio, the last of the mayors of Memphis, Judge b lippin, in reply, said he bad little to say, but be believed that Memphu would revive and take her place among the cities of the land, and by the year 1894 she would be in advance ot her sister cities on the road ot progress. (Several other toasts were given and re sponded to, after which the banquet closed, and the gentlemen attending separated and bade each other adieu, all feeling that Mem' h8 would reassert herself as the great city ot the Mississippi valley. CIIE1F CASH Boct and Shoe Store. No. 245 Main s treat, Harder's old stand We are determined to sell good goods at the lowest price. Examine our stock and be convinced. No. 245 Main street. Memphis Sewerage, rpHIS Is a question now agitated brour people i to sucn an extent tnat tney loose signt or me Important 1 act tbat It behooves them to economize In fcvery particular, so as thus to be enabled to do nate more toward the sewerage fund. Messrs, CaUIban A Co., Proprietors of the St Louis Grocery Store, 71 and 73 Adams and 219 and 22 Third streets, taking this view of tbe situation, hereby offer at retail tbeir fresh new stock ot Groceries and Provisions, lust received irom eastern markets, at toe ieuowing it low- est wholesale prices, for casn: SEGiABS. Standard C, V n Standard A, Vlh Standard Granulated lb Standard Cut-loaf lb Standard Fine-powdered VI lb.. N. O. LUat-brown V lb lOifce 1040 HUe Iliso lUsc (iivtC XT St Tt.. . 1. - 1 . v A. V, Daik-brown V Tb 8c SYBTJPS. Golden Syrup V Ball ; 50o Silver Drips ii gall -. rlOe N. O. Drips 0 gaU 55c N. O. Molasses, best, V gall 45c N.O. Molasses, good.V gall 85c COrFEE. Best Old Gov. Java W lb 25c Best Golden Bio V tb 18c Best Bio lb 16e Best Mexican ln 18c Best Mocha JI Tb 80c Boasted Coflees 4c Tb extra TAS. Imperial, best Quality SDld for 75c for 50c Imperial sold at HOc for 80e Gunpowder sold for75o for HOC Gunpowder, me best, sold lor 51 ror 75c Japan sold at 60c for 80c Japan, tbe best, sold at SI for 60c Oolong sold at 60c for 80c Young Hyson sold at 50o for 80c Young Hyson, best, sold t SI for 60c English Breakfast sold at 68c for 80o English Breakfast, besL sold at SI...., for 60c FLOCK 80 lbs, 25 lbs and 20 lbs SI 00 Of Choice Brands SB, 87 and $7 50 barrel CBACHKR8. Best Soda $ lb 6, 7 and 7c Best Pearl Oysters V S 8 and 10c Best Cracknells V tb 20 and 25c Best CornhlU i lb 10 and 12lfee Beat Jumbles -Tt 12V and 15e Best Ginger Snaps VTb 10 and 124ao PARIXACEOtTS GOODS. Rice. best. Tb 7. 8 and 8V1C Beans, new, lb 4 and 60 Mommy, new, mid Grlta. new. W lb Cracked Wheat W lb 4 and 5c Barley, new, -!b 4 and 5c Oatmeal, new, V lb 3Vs and 4c Macaroni, new, lb 10c Vermicelli, new, J lb 10c Dried Green Peas, new, Q 4 and Co Split Peas, new, lb 4 and 5c Mustard Seed, new, lb ....10c Gelstlne Co.'s J paper '. 18c ah other gooas in same ratio. CHEESE. Genuine Swiss lb 82o American lb 17o Cream y lb 12Vfco HONEY. Choice Domestic VTb 1 3c KB11TS AND HUm Messina Lemons, each 2c Best Oranges, each 2 and 2lo Apples, choice new, t dozen 10 and loo Coooanuts, new, each 4, 5 and 10c Almonds, new, t lb 25 and 80c Pecans, new, i lb 10 and 15c Brazil, new, V Tt 10 and 15c Filberts, new, V lb 15 and 20c Peanuts, parched. & lb 10 and ViVae Chestnuts, new, V tt 8 and loo LABU. Best steam-rendered V Tb 8c 8- lb pall, each 80c 5 fb pall, each 45c 10-rb pall, each 80c 91 EATS. Breakfast Baoon, sugar-cored, V m 9 and QVafi Hams, sugar-cared, V lb 10 and 10Vo suut aieais, v u o, i ana m SOAPS. Extra Family V tb 4 and 5c Best Family V Tb 6 and 8c Kitchen Crystal V cake 5o Salsoda y Tb 80 LYK. Granulated $ box 5c Concentrated f box 8 and 100 v CANXED SIILK. Bagle Gall Borden Tb can 19c Anglo-Swiss fe can 16c STARCH. 6-Tb Sliver Glass box 50o 1-TTj Cornstarch V box 8 and 100 1-Tb Silver Glass V box 8 and 10c Starch in bulk fc n 8 and 6e cahdi.es. Star No. 8, full weight, each 2c star no. k. run weight, eacn & m mo Sperm t lb 150 CANDIES. Mixed, best. Tb 20e Stick best, V lb 1 5c uum-orops, oest, fin 2O0 These goods are fnily guaranteed as fresh and pure ana, 11 not as represented, uie money wilt be cheer fully refunded. Tbat these goods can be sold at these low nguree, and be Brat-class, results from the fact that all sales are absolutely easa, there Is noth ing lost, as Is the ease with those who credit. Pur chases are ail mane irom nrst hands and for the casn. i ne expenses or wis nouse are very small, uu s inuu sure prsut, wiw quick tales. Is pre- jotivu w utnEDuuuuuui uum, a iuii line or xaking tuiu X191UH, ruwuers, isruui, rouiiry, f ln, trull, Butteni. Jellies. Chocolates. Cnerau. Ollm nil. Canned Goods, Pickles and Bottled Goods, Saooes, Spices, Herbs, Dried Fruits. Salt. Vinegars. Flavor ing Extracts, and Innumerable miscellaneous arti cles always on hand. Country produce taken In trade. Orders from the country solicited and satis faction guaranteed as to quality and cheapness. Give us a call et 71 and 73 Adams and 21tt and 222 Third streets, tar Prices subject to a decline or advance without further notice. Llflfflf Have now on exhibition the largest and most Tar led assortment or Ever Presented at our 500 PIECES Lii's iiiiii BESIDKS Elegant & Exclusive Novelties KOT FOUND ELSEWHERE xlOYAXXNE PEKIN, Livadlan Unl, Kachemyr De Indie, Crape Syrlen, Momle Crape, Drap De alma, Armurlne, Crolse, Royaline, . Conrtauid's 5-4 and 6-4 Boiled Crapes, -with extra heavy borders all at the lowest prices. . L0WEC1STEIH & BROTH WILLIAM FRA WILL OFFER SPECIAL LNDTJCEHENT3 IN Ladies' Silk Clocked Balbrissan Ladies' JHerino Hose, at 15 cents a pair np. - Ladles Brodequins, at 50 cents a pair up. CHILDREN'S COTTONiFAWCYWOOL HOSE In all sizes and and qualities, from 7 cents a pair np. Hisses' and Children's Bichly Embroidered Hose in design and prices to please everyone. Also Full Fashioned Underwear! For Ladies, Gents and Children, which will be sold at our former low prices, notwithstanding recent advances. Wm. Frank & Vendig's. I AM NOW READY! EVERY DEPARTMENT COMPLETE! CHOICE STYLES! LOW PRICES! 226 H1AXN STREET. After months spent In selecting a Complete Stock, I have returned with a Full Line, embracing all the Novelties of the Season, which, on aooount of being purchased before tbe advance in all grades of goods I am prepared to sell at TEBT LOW FIGCBXS. Fine Assortment Dress Goods, Choice Line Notion?, Select Line Fancy Goods, Full Assortment Staple Goods. In fact, everything to be found In a first-class DBT GOODS ESTABLISHMENT. All those in need of any article In my line should not fall to give me a call. AN INSPECTION IS DBSIBED. Prompt at tention by accommodating salesmen. 226 Alain Street, S. VENDIG. P. 8 1 have a full stock of Dry Goods on hand, suitable lor tbe TBADE. which I will sell at prices to compare with esstm markets. C. B. CARTER k CO. LATE OF MEMPHIS, WHOLESALE Provision Nos. 1 5c 11 South. B. CARTKK. I J. K. JAKUATT. r. f 1879 1 FALL AND WINTER 11879 MURRAY & R1DGELY, Merchant Tailors 38 Madison. Take pleasure In notlfrinatnelr friends and the public generally, that they are In receipt of a Fresh and Complete Assortment of FALL AID WIJiTEB UOO OH, embracing the Very Latest 8tyles and finest makes of Zngltsh, French and German Manufacturers. They request those who contemplate ordering Winter Clothing to give them a calL PBICES nODKBATE. W Orders solicited and Samples sent on appllcatlonjQ ANDREW STEWART, AHDRM New Orleans, STETOBT, GWYMESi 60, WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS Nos. 356 &Bd 358 Front St., Memphis, Term. Stewart Brothers & Co., Cotton Factors and Commission EXerc bants New Orleans, Louisiana. Retail Establishment, 15 THE CITY ISCLUDUVG CABELLO VELOURS Pekla Striped Cachemire, ' Satin Striped Momle, Polka Dot Satin Boyal, Pekln Striped Momle, Plain Momfe, Brocade Satin Boyal, Camel's Hair Cloths, Henrietta Clothe, FRENCH VELOCBS, THIS WEEK Hose, at 25,35 and 50c a pair. Co.. 249 Main. WITH YOUR OWN EYES! BLUFF CITY CLOTHING HOUSE, 259 Slain Street, asks rou To Call! To Examine! To- Compare! And thus become convinced of TBBEE CLEAR TACTS, viz: Our Clothing is the Best! Onr Clothing Is the Cheapest! And In all respects the most satisfactory. H. LEVY. DICK BOLK3. JOE H. RHODES. THUS. B. ALLEN. P. 8 We have also on band an Immense Stock, suitable to the TRADE, which e are prepared to sell at prices that will compare favorably with east em msrkem. Commercial street? 1. tlWl'SSK, Hesaphla. P. H. HAKI.KY. tiesnpkls AJCD rans EPiS lie fie Boaters,