Newspaper Page Text
THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, NOVEMBEE 6, L883.
1 1 uhmm E NECOXD STltEET, OPPOSITE COUKT SQUARE, OFFER GREAT BARGAINS i:n bliss, Our present stoek of l'lETE Hum any we the VERY LATEST DESIG9TS. Having bought them under the most favorable circumstances, we can offer them fully 25 PER CEJfT. IjOWER than the same iialitics have ever been sold before. 0WENSTM& BROTHERS AMUSEMENTS. JDir.Klt.li TH EATKR Til K MINI a Ml nud FaiihioiiRblr Event at til The management has the honor to announce the first appeiir.-mt-o in Mi-tnphis. at Leubrie's Theater' Munalay anil Tumda)', Nov. 6th Sth. of lilME. fillNNIE HAUK, Lending Priina-Dontia of Hor Majesty's 0ora of j.omlon and Now York, ami of the Imcrial Operaa of Vienna ami l'ari. assisted by ber own Com pany of Sterling Arlixta, J ORAM) STATE (ONCEKTandOrEBA First l'art Miaeullancous; Second 1'art Acts from the Opera. Monday Xiaht.r'Al'.VT I Tuc-dayNight,CARMEN i'be Couipauy includes Mile. Sali. Contralto (late of Adeline l'atti's Opera); 8i. Montegriffo, Tenor; Si if. le 1'aauualis, Baritone (late of the hM-la Theater; KiK. Uuarro, and Mr. CONSTAN TINK hTr.KN liKlSH, the celebrated, Pianist and Composer. Piano from Stoinway aV Sons. IKl'HHIK'tt THEATER, a Juhki-h liKooKM Lessee and Mana(er. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Evenings and baturduy Matinee, Nov. 7 8 9 10. Virst Appearance of the Famout American lleauty. Miss MAIJ1E GRANGER! Supported by a Powerful Company, in "II Kit IHECOXlt LOVEr New Scenery, Costuinea, Etc, Monday. o v c in her 1 2 C A R R IE 8 W A I N. nmiE MOZART (OVStKlATORY OF JL niklt, Memiilil .TfMfMM, 1'nder the auspices of TIIK JIV2AIIT MM'IKTr. O.V, RAna.rr, Pres't. B. F. Kai.i.kb, V. Pres't. it. W. Wii.miV, for Sec. J. A. 0BF.Ri!,Treaurer. Mir S. Downs, Principal of Faculty, with a full coriw of Professors for Vocal and In atruniental Music, atraoon of J. The Conservatory will reopen Ootober 1, 1RM, for instruction in Vocal and Instrumental Mu.-io. Parties ileairiiiir private tuition will find it to their advantage to mukeoarly applications, to or der to huve a specified time secured. Those wlin desire to join the elementary class should send in their applications as early as his ille, as no one will be admitted to this branch after the formation of Hansen. for further information apply to or address K. K. Carr, Acline .Secretary. Oflico hours 8 to ft p m , nt Morurt (lull. Second nnd I'nion street". JEWELER. riml-C'lRMM 4;uoIh. KletVAnlljr Wounlwl, nt rnMunh!e prfleM. NOVELTIEN IS A 1. 1. !' "III DI'PARTJIEMS. RMnertfully, ..OOim.tX(0 I. Ri:Miit:it. i ."a.rR. liEMISTRY. it. w. m:lson, dentist 30 Iriiiiu, Corner l ulou. ()0T,T r"Il.T,ltt- Avcr tilLVKK ANH TIV FIl.l.lNtlS -.. 1 !' JiXTKACTlNIS Willi i-.lher or tins 1 110 Kverv Killin'. lioyil'Ted nnd Wiirrnnted. KKAI, ESTATE U.'ENTS. Joa OvitRTu.v, J a. C. N. Uaosvs.von. OVERTON & GROSVENOR, Real Estate Dealers AC.E.NTS AXD nUOUEUS, OrilCE, 234 SECOND ST., N. K. ( nr. Ncconil sail enrl, WEMnilS, .... TKNXESSKK. RKAL KSTAT'-'. ltiilMHT AM) SHI, P. TAXES Paid. Kent Collet-ted. etc., on Com mission. lil'XSHITII. It KVll IT 31 AN, ',N - 'V;.-.V No. 412 Jiaiii St., Memphis, Trim., TMI'OUTKU nl dealer in Outm, Kiflrn. Atntnu J nit'-in, Kihtnic Tdrkte, t ints l'icket-Knivefl,et. The trado ttuitli-d at lowest mnrkttt prire.. l'ri lint mnt ou iUcatiua. Keimiring done ni w i-rif"d. SI'llAVED OU STOEEX. rpVO Ml I.CII t'OWS-Ono dark-red-and-white, I litrire hornt.: the other, small black-and-white. A 1 ilci ;il reward w ill be paid for their re torn to Third -I resit. X. I1I1.I,. STRAVEW. f ARK Mt'l.K From iny place. Oct. ifith, one L dirty son. -I mare mule: heavy built. Re turn to me or C. II. lirackett Jt Co.. nnd be re- wirde-l. U, H. FARRllW. KOit EXCIIAM.E. Kl.l.lXli Xine room, fine repair: lot l'JO by 170 feel ; to S'lllures from street -car line, for well-improve I tarm, not less than Mi acres, three to eiu-hl milt-s from city. II I . Ill III V. It Madison treet . L RE WA R. 0)( k ItKW AU1 l.ot, a mediiiin-siseil KN O VMiLlSII SKTTKK HITCH, white, with dark S)ots on her sides and ears; answera to the nnine of Xcilte ; was lost out nt the tV inn place. .... l;..i;..i. V... i imvi I tmit ...... t. r rea:nd tor her deiivery to me at II. (1. Ilol- lenl .tiu-ii lolle, ... .,iniii N.reei. .oeiii n. II. W. rlTH. 1-h I0KSAI.E. 'O0l WAITKU At tlrcentree Mouse. T and .'lotf Shelby street. ( 1 I ST ARR1VKI Unrsr Fashion Shoets for No vember. Jull.N V. k BY Jt CO., 44 .-Mirtlt l ourt street 1MHM A aood up-land farm, three and a-hall miles noritiwest of Lonoke iH'iMit in lamokc eounl) , Ark., inituiutnir ;ti'si aereatm acres in a s-ood state ot cultivation. For further artion lars eddrese the owner, L. AI.I.KX, at Lonnke, Ark. IlK-iT-CL SS CUTTAtJ E-t:hcaist In the city 1: f. price. Pri.'e MK. II. L. liCltlX. if Madison street. IJIAXOS-Steinway and fhirkcrinsj Second hand Pier.os in exet-llent eondtioQ. Chick vrinf Suuar ttand cheap for rnh. K. WITZMAS 4C0j OXK TOP-ltl UtlV and ono rhneton, both in Kovd order. K. U. MOSKLKY, City Oil Works, Maiison street. "lrX KsfliV I l.lUXtt" 1.0TS-U South Mem J' phis : 2ii feet deep. Address R, Appeal. RlTZFtLU'S HeadliaPtlTiI and VapVir SiJvesT theHH-st noil bet at '.H' Second street. WAXTS. OARlUXiilliU'SK Fl'RMTURK-Cheap, at .Ui r rout street. A tiKXTS For the Flcctrlc Lamp; hie pay. J V F.J. lit ' I K 1 0 t A M P U. . St . Couis rv Rl'T A COTTAOK Xot to exceed flaw. X Terms, part ca.-h and pat I on time Address 4Hi Orleans street. PARTX Kil ty it b from live to ten thousand dollars rap ital in a wrll-ct;ihliheii business in one of the best locatious in tho city. Address O. H , .-Vtipeal office. WU1TK MAX For areenhouse work. Apply at lj."i Fifth stnH-t,J;tielMa, (0ATM AK El'S tu or tne first-class hands tn J so to Pine liliif!. Ark.: pri.-es ; to $11 : steady amployment : hlf laie will lie paid if workman ship Js satisfaet.iry. II. FAKl,V 0)f i KtKOThK' liKI,TS"-Fr and" no pay tJVJnntil cured: bo,k free ; airents wanted. A. C. Fl.KTCUKK. Cleveland. tHiio.S OITl" AT ION A salesman: younc suit active. DAddress K. t VVI.N, l.:ituy. lle Sprioirs. M,s. SALKSMAN Fir-t'-cbiss salcsutari l,ir loil. in sell ribbons, milliiieiy si't'di. I'uliri.' tnniiued lata. ete.,on :oitiou.-ioiu for a lar-e nouberii snlllinery house: n--;e 'mi iu:-n well aeun,u-d with the trade need apply. Ad'tn-- , -lan t e.pe rienea and full i-.uii -uwr-, MI.Ui'llAM TU. I'bE, Drawer 11.11., l'hll.nle,.uin. OftSKCTION II AX !iS- " " ZlKJ For thai- aud X. 1! R.t Heady work aud rood wucs. Apply at ST! Second street. J A M li.HJl;'OST K K, A setit ' A I 7fe each, CoNiaiir.Rars Sriara issued by M the Memphis Postoth. in lsl. Address S. B. CPU K.N. !!tKin St., Charlestcin. St w"A-Vi TONS K AtiS, Cast and VYronahl Iron, 1UUU lry IVniw: also Second-hand Msehln iryboorht acd .old by SAMl KLtiAltAY. Ant. li to 41.1 ShelS aliret, MoinphiS; TTJJORERS VSI atation men. It to IK cent per i i ,-iimi.. i four ft soil, aaudy loans : iutjs-inaVer, 21 eeuts at stump: SO Uatnsters for mx a.onlk. fcft, per mouth "d ?"d1ti;!? Jet Palace! ft 1 'r?Jimi: in m in i f ith m Velvets, Plusher, Erocatb! AND n ThfhTTh these Good in liAROEIt ami MOItE COIL have ever had. The Goodn are all Sfcw, and of AUCTION SALES. llrjr Goods, otion, Hats, Caps, Boots, SUOES AND HARDWARE, Seasonable Goods, at auction, by A. M. STODDARD, 228 Main street, TUESDAY MORXINO, November th, at 10 o'clock, atonr salesroom. Parlnr,1ied-room, Dining-room & Kitchen FURNITURE, Carpets, Mirrors, Tables, Chairs, Window Shades, Stoves, Crockery, etc., at auc tion, at tZ) Second streot, near Adams. TUES DAY MOKX1NU, November 6th, at 1 o'clock. Sale positive and without reserve. J. R. M:I'OXAliI. Auctioneer. Exceutor's Sale, by Auction, of Uonse hold and Personal Effects of the late Owen liwyer Parlor, Chamber and other Furniture, llrussels, 2-nnd 3-1'ly Carpets, eta., 228 Main streot, TUESDAY MORXIXU, November 13th, at 10 o'clock. J AS. LEWIS, Executor. A. M. STODDARD. Auctioneer. LOST. YE-G LASSES On Benle street, between Wei la linfftun and Lauderdale, Wednesday, Nov. 1st. a pair of a-old-rimmed Eye-Rlasses. A lib ral reward will be paid on their delivery at 2i2 BE ALE STREET. COW A bob-tailed Ted-and-white eow, split in both ears. Five dollars reward for her re turn to l'T South street. ROOMS AM) BOARD. R 00MS With first-class board, at lMti Third street, eorner Y ashinglon. T?00MS AND BOARD At 3m8 Second street. OOMS AND BOARD Furnished rooms with board for gentlemen, at v-i M adison street. DESIRABLE ROOMS Furnished or unfur nished, with board t in a private family, at 473, north went curnerjshetby ana Pontotoc gtreoti. SUITE of Unfurnished Front Room, aoutharn exjp!ire,with board, at72Madinon utreet. PAKTIES Denirinir board will do well to call al fiifiinborn lliiuoe, Second and Washington, R- OOSS AND BOARD-t. J.-inesv Honiie, oor noc.'ond and A damn. Board and room, 95 ner weelc ; day board, $4. Tranvientfl at low rate. K0OMS Two desirable rooms, fitrnistied or un furpiahed. NU. 4.i5 SHELBY ST. KOOMS Several very eligible rooms to rent in the houxe 144 Second street . northeast cor ner of Second and Exchtinre streets. Inquire uf mhs. jim, on tne promises. T3 1)0 M'l (Ww t front room, with board, for 1 V fmml FOR RENT 00M Nicely-furnished room, V AUJM MonrjM,nearJWnnd. .0OM8 JJicely-furnishrd front rooms at 20 V l'liiuen street, near bholby IjMJRNISIiED RO)MS-Pleasantly loented, J? At .Y..S M u in ji t reel, u p-s ta irs. OTTAE Three rooms, nt the terminus of V tne iifirnnto street raitroau. ueuteper ujonth. Apply at at Union itreet. H0USE.S Bas avenue, near Hebrew Ceme tery, 5 rooms, ptT month 410. Bums avenue, west of Hebrew Cemetery, 6 rooms, per month 10. Zi lfunlftp street, north of Poplar, 3 rooms, per monlh Ir1. JUtt Third, corner of Washington, 10 rooms, per month 40 Buss avenue (Mr. Riiihnrdson's place, fur nished), 7 rMims, per month Z8 lltrnaitdo, two-story brick (two munlhs al lowed for repairs), K;r month $12 Hi). 7'( Chu rtrect, 3 roomu, per month 9. I.Viund 1-M U?rnaudo, o roomi, por month Two nice ttaxt at KidKeway, M. & C. R. R-, per utoiith l"1. Corner WHh'iirtn and Second, store and rooms, pur month Separate ittore A, rooms luJ and Fourth iftrcot; rooms at 13 and St per ntuijlh, filth etroct, Chelsea, one room at .Mr. Van-brui-k't, ptr iMfMtlh t2. ll" itualv trct, ono room up-stair, 95 per month. :tj i'oplur clroet, one room up-stairs, $3 per month. iH Second ftrciit, Irving block, second floor, four room, her month S-I0. Rooms on liciile street, c:itof llcrnandu, ench SI per month. STORES. YM lValc street, near le.-oto, hop and rooms, 915 Kr tnontli. Front lifvt, 970 per month. M.idi-ou ctii-et eultou fhek, ii" irr month 'JlO Front flrert Front room, cotton otfiers t(Hik A Co.t, wntcr and closet on name fiuur Uwelve inuii.'!;i only), A . JV H K AT I. K Y2 A wn BOLIVAR HOTEL-A thrr-try brick, con t;iiuiiitf twmty-ouc rooms: the ouli' firt-Uii-b hotel iu Bolivar, IVnn. Adtlrc! JACOB KOH.N. Secretary CjTnUKHorsE and" DwellintT eomhined." No, :ill k) Fifth strcut. Fort Pickering, near new Milburn Iron Worku nnd kansas C'ily ...R. depot, lu litireou prnuiiei(. I JOO.MS Furnished or unfui nii-hed I At 1 14 Soiond street. T I 'Y.LX VT RSTfStrro Roosf-" " y With u-e of library, until July 1. .SSI. Ad iUl MARTIN. c:tre this office. TTOUjfi Furnished or unlurnidied XV At ft! Adams street. 075i-:N iCely furnjjbed room At 1)0 Court street, TraKJkii -TtnioTnBs P At 09 Mudison .r,ft. LOCAL NOTICES. I.apiem do not fail to lull ut No. -) Madi son street utter '2 :M lo-dav. Pr. It. I.. L.laKi, oflire liout-8 7 to o't-lcH-k a.m., ami 3 to U o'clock p.m. 343 Main Strpt-t. Telephone couwetjon. Only the Steinwav Piano and ClougU A Warren Orjran unou at Mine. Ilmik's oji. eratic conofrts. h. t itzmunn & Co, are sole asrent.H for these lirMt-rlasM intitni- uietita. SEALSKIN SACQUES! JtEXKFA'S. Unr nmiiiliocnt Snl iarmenla(maile fnim choice Alaska skins ami warrant ed Ijniipsoii'n London dye) will lie of- S feriHl J a r i is INI) , tt the (oUowing extraordinary low pricea UENI'IXE HE.. I. Mtai H, t7. rormrrljr '3tn). EXTRA itVAI.ITY KEA1. SA-tl'EN. sjtto.1, rwrnserly lus, EXTR A REAL DOI.M AH. sl.tS.t. formerly H40O. At these low prices they are the cheap est 'rajis ever offered to the Memphis nunc, i tie iinres are positively lor i. oniv. liRKATSALKOF JERSEY JACKETS Continued to-day. We oien this morn ing Special lot "o( Ladies' select stylt Pl.l'sll IXH.MAXJt AXI. PELIWKfl. I.AriiRx U not (ail to call at No. 40 Madi fKni street after 2::t0 to-tlay. J. II. Manor A Co. Liverv, roardiiiK and Sale Stahiea, No. :i05 Second etreet, AV ill keep on hand at all tioiea for sale mulcts and lionw. Telephone connection. 5 I. tut ks lo nut fail to call at No. 40 MsJi son street after 2 ::W Uwlav. Only (he Sleintinjr PImiio And C'Uitivsli Warron Otvau owl at Mho. Hank's operatic concerts. K. Witx niann .V Co. aro solo agents for the.su liit iliuss instruniento. L.rtKsdo not fail to iull at No. 40 Madi son street after 2 :S0 lo-day. 'rM't Car-petit! G. W. Naill, 322 and 324 Main, the only Carpet merchant in the city, has received immense shipment of Carpets, Kupa and Shades within the last ten days, and his stock is larger aud more completo than ever before. Ho is offering fifty pieces of Carpets at special bargains. Gkktlkmcx do not fail to call at No. 40 Madison street altar 2 J'J to-day.. THE WEATHER. Indications. Fur Tennctnee and the Ohio Valley, rain follonetl hy colder, partly clmtdy weather, loutherty thifting to watt and nurthwent trinrfs m vet nnd central portion; riling barometer. Meteorological Report. Michf-his, Tksx., N'jveniber 5. 1883. Time. Bar. Iber. I Wind. Waather. 6;08a.m. 3U.11S (il 8.E. Cloudy. 2:08 p.m. 29.9S") "li S.E. Fair. 10:(Wp.ru. 3'.0Ua Cr S.W. Fair. Minimum temperature. 5t. Rainfall, 0.75. A (laid Wan. SlOXAI. Offick. I Mrmphis, Tkxx., Not. 5, lwj3 5;2a p.m. The chief signal oflicer telegraphs as follows: "t old wave indicated to-morrow for this section." p. t. klannkrv, Observer in Charge. Additional River News. WnEEi.ixo, November 5. Night ltiver 7 leet 4 incurs,, and lulling- w .atber clear and cool. VicKSBi'tto. November 5. Departed City of Baton Rouro, rt. Louis. 10 a.m.; City of Mew urlsans, . ii.tn; uncrokee, INcw urleans, b p.m. Arrived; Arkansas Ctty,bt. Louis, 2 p.m KvAN-sviu.E,Novemlier5. Nittht ltiver Ml ti-KI fmit within the; last -4 hours, and now 13 1-10 foot on the fraure. Weather clear and cool; thermometer fift to Arrived : Vint Shin- kle. I incinnati, b p.m. ileparted: tilt &hitikle Memphis. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. (mnen to-night. The oyster is now ripe. Very little race talk is heard on the streets. Miss Maude (iranger begins her en gagement to-morrow night. The musicians of the eitv are not in tnne. There is a broken chord somewhere. Maude 0 ranger, the great emotional actress, appears n edner-day niht in tier eieeiind iMi e. The charter members of tho Gayoso Club held a meeting la.-t nipht, and organ. ized hy electing omeers. The improvements in what used to be known as V ort Pickering are astonishing even to progressive jieopie. Robert Taylor, colored, a mild ease of wile-wnipper, was tinea ? and costs in the Police Court yesterday. Licenses to marry were issued yester day to W. S. Land and F. I). Neely, Kd iHacKiin ana i.uia trreen, .laefiD jiavts and liosa iMlehaem. The Mendelssohn Musical Society numbers about forty-two nieinliers, and is making preparations to gis-e a concert in about two weeks. In the Police Court yesterday morning Harrison Alexander, colored, was lined So and costs for using very uglv language while drunk Sunday. The deputy-sheriff w ho fired his pis tol during tae raid on Vt ebb s saloon Sat urday night, declares that he shot in the air to scare the negroes who were escaping. The detectives yesterday arrested Mollio lhivi.s, who is charged with having stolen a pair of bracelets from Mrs. Ien nisoii, 240 Poplar street, in whose employ she was. "This is a time of peace, and there is no occasion for exciting the public mind by sending bodies of armed men about the streets at dead of night," is an almost universal expression. John t iilison, colored, charged with the Trabticco trunk robbery, was bound over to the Criminal Court by Commis sioner I ladderi yesterday morning, i I is bond was fixed at $1000. ' l ine hundred and sixty-two excursion ists took advantage of the low rates to l,.ouisi ille, nud left for the Exposition on special tram ( the lxmisville and Nash ville road yesterday noon. William K. Mahoney, white, charged with appropriating another man's over coat at the Pealxidy Hotel race week, plead ill link, and showed how it was all a mistake. )e was discharged. The statiotihousio docket yesterdav morning contained forty-four case, whjcli Judge 1 hidden disposed of in one hour and twenty-eight minutes, including half a dozen lectures on temperance and mor ality. 4;i entertainment will begiveti.Thtirs day e t!iiiif next, at the residence of S. Vcndig, 1IH Wastuimtcn street, by the Roys' Literary Association, h wvieiyof the kind which should be given" every eucotir Ajjpmeut. IOU Voliiitf, a colored citizeness of Causey street, .dispiaye4 her proficiency in the use of vile epithets of the foulest character Sunday, and was sentenced to $10 and posts for it in the Police Court yester day morning. Three white youths nanud Andrew McCtillough and W. A. and John Keeper were fined $.' and costs for stealing a ride to Memphis in a railway box car. They were found sealed up in the car on arrived of the train here. The trial of the Meath-Kane shooting scrape wa i;ken up in the Criminal Court yesterday evening, niter considerable dif ficulty in obtaining a jury, Tlie jury which had the case liefore disagreed and k mUtrial ni entered. . At l:3(i o'clock Sumlay morning, a house' on Linden suect. between Iesoto and Hernando, the propr,y of Mrs. 1 1 earn, caught fire from a defective rule. The datnago was 40. further loss was prevented liv tho jrompt action of the Fire iVNirtment. Henry Martin, a carelesu cdored driver, got off from a threatened severe penalty yesterday morning by agreeing to pav damages done to a vehicle by reckless driving. 11 is case will be discharged from the jxilice docket when he shows a re celpttrii bill for the repairs. Joe Johnston, a colored wife-whipper, was fined SiTiO and costf, and sent up to the Criminal Court ycatoMay morning by Judge Hadden. It w.x one of ttie few cases in which the wife appeared to prose cute. He bad beaten her w ith a stick in a brutal manner, tiii her lips, and other wise indicted inhuman tortu.es upon her. In the Circuit Court, yesterdav, iie suit of Mrs. W, 11. Hunt against the Tele phone Company aa on trial. It is claimed that the employes of the company cut the limbs from trees that grew four feet within plaintiff's fence, at midnight, having been prevented from doing so dur ing the daytime. Justice tiallowny gave a judgment for f-"rtH, from which defendant apjiealed. A well-known yoviw Memphian, whose name is nupjressed on ae-connt of respectable connexions, was np before the Polieo Court -the second time yesterday charged wit'.l lieing drunk and disorderly. When under the influence of strong drink he seems to take a dthfht in abusing the policenicu. He asked a continuance yes terday to secure witnesses to controvert the e'Uarges entered by the arrexting of ticcr, hich v.sgraiitel until this morning. Tlie committer i whom was referred the mutter of conferring witis the holders of county bonds and deciding upon the hist manner in which they are to t settled when they full due have tally and unanimously agreed upon a plan, but do not think it prudent at present to state what it is. The committee includes the ehairmwR smt county attorney, Justices Qtrigley; Moflet, tloU'tnati, and Messrs. I. T. Porter. J. li. t-ioilwtn, Jjbn Johnson and J. J. liiisbv. The following patents were granted to ciUzeUaiof Teuuesee for the weekending tvtolxr So, 1SS3, reortcl expressly for this paper by Jos. it. If outer, solicitor of A merican and foreign . intents, t'4 F sUei. Washington: John B. Krick. house, Clarksville, device for lifting wagon bodies; 'Win. Watson, Memphis, grain elevator; Chas. B. Cooper, Nashville, sheet metal roof valley; Thomas tiates, IV.lfust, car coupling; (artin Lee Itinson, Clarksville, motor. - Kobert Boon was arrested yesterdav by the wide-awake officer, Dallas Lee, for cutting another darky on the Dean Adams about ten days ago. Boon was a passen ger on the boat, and when attacked by a roustabout with a cotton-hook, drew his knife and slashed the fellow across the breast and neck. He was tied in a cbair in the boat's barber-shop, but some one cut him loose when tlie boat landed here and he escaped, not having been seen since until captured by Lee. A report bavin? liecome current that Mr. W. A. Wheatley was being fined $25 per dav for failure to report to the Circuit Court lor jury duty, the following letter troin the clerk of the court corrects this erroneous impression : n . A. n neallcy, Esq. : Dear Sik Tn answer to vonr interroga tories I would say that there was only one fine entered against yon for absence as a juror in the Circuit Court during the past weeK. nespecuunv, UE0. J. CAMPBELL, D. C. NOVIMBKR S, 1883. About 4 o'clock Saturday evening an old negro named Nelson MeGhee, while sliingling the residence of Mr. J. S. Duval, 17 Hum street, lost his balance and fell from the very top of the house, rolled like a hoop down the roof, struck the kitchen chimney in his descent and knocked it off even with the roof, scattering the bricks in every direction, landing on the ground with a broken wrist and dislocated hip. He was treated by Dr. E. A. White, who set his bones, and was afterward put in a hack and sent home to Fort I ickering. Edwards, the murderer of Sam Rob erts, still declines to make any statement and is yet in jail. The grand jury, which meets to-day, is expected to take cogni zance of the matter. A telegram was re ceived by the officials yesterday morning, however, stating that Charlie Moore, the chief witness against Edwards, had de camped. Sheriff Cannon at once began a rigid search for him and discovered that he came in Sunday evening on the train, but could trace hiiu no further. The next most important witness is Ben Harrell. The captains and sergeants of police are about to present a petition to the Fire and Police Commissioners asking them to feed their horses at the city stables. That it is a very moderate and reasonable request no one will deny. They receive, the ser geants $80 and the captains f.K) per month, and out of this must pav $20 each for the care of their 1101168, which they are re quired to keep. This reduces their pay to that of the ordinary patrolman. They have the added responsibility without the added pay. To the city, which must keep a stable and employ hostlers, the cost of feeding these four horses would be but nominal, while to the officers it is a con siderable burden. - After having played a bar or two of M'uhmmmer Xighf Dream at the cupcert iast night, HerrSternlicrg suddenly ceased, looked up at the gallery, then "made a little bow to the audience, and declared that he could not play while peanuts were being cracked, and that the gentleman so engaged must cease or he must ask to be excused. There was a dead silence and Mr. Sternberg resumed. The peanut is a ferocious creature, and that its still small voice had so deep an effect upon the pian ist last evening is not a matter of surprise. The peanut has no soul for music. It lacks that delicate feeling of sentiment so essential to those who may enter into the spirit of a concert. With such a produc tion as the Midmmmer XighVi Dream it may be said that the peanut has abso lutely no atlinity whatever. Mr. Stem .berg's familiarity with the sound of pea nuts, his ability to detect it above all other noises, lead to the impression that at some period of his life he has had a horrible experience with that fearful animal. He may have been bitten by a peanut. Who knows'.' PERSONALS. C. M. Masos and Miss Mason left yes terday on an excursion to lxuisvilie. E. W. Williams has returned to the city, after two months absence in Arkan sas. .11 IVii. M. Erwijc and Miss Lena HilliiiAn, ot JNashville, are visiting .Mr. and Mrs. 1 It. Cousins, at S7 Adams street. ,. V.. B. Hill, lately the Appeal's agent at Huntsville, Ala., has become traveling agent lor t.;. rc. ityan & w., til .Memphis. H. P. Ai bhry, Helena; T. A. Stevens. Coldwater, and J, Sternberger, Browns ville, visited the I uttuii Lxchange yester day. Misses Florence and Aiixes Toof and Mr. and Mrs. Alliert Jones left for Ixmis- ville yesterdav ria the Ixiuisville and Nashville road, Oeo. C, Ivockwoop, Winfield, Ks.; F.T. Washington, St, Louis, and F. Stone, Kansas t ny, were registered at the Mer chants' Exchange yesterday. AMTSEMEXTS. LeubrJe'si Theater. Mine. Minnie Hank made her second appearance in Memphis at Leubrie's The ater last night, betore a large and very en thusiastic audience.. Her first number (a) "Vision of Elsa" from Ijthrnyrin, was warmly applauded, and the echo song (o) l.a istyrienne Iroui Mignon, challenged anew the first outburst, established her firmly in the good opinion of nil present as an artist of the first rank. Her graceful, winning manner and prompt response to the demands of the audience leinlorced the charm ot her rich, pure notes and thoroughly artistic method. These artistic graces were most apparent when she sung "Old Folks at Home," "La Mimdolrnot'a," and "I'm O'er Young to Marry Vet." In the scenes from Fauxt, Mme. Hank was es pecially at ease. Here she had scope for all her charms and graces of style, which she supplemented with the consummate skill of the actress. Cowen's ballad, "Better Ijind," was very sweetly sung by Mile. Sali, who with Montegriffo aud I'e Pasqualis proved an admiral support for -A line, llauk. The pianist, Mr. Sternberg, played Lis.t s ar rangement of Mendelssohn's Midsum mer .Vi';t's Dream. His touch is ten der and poetic, and his technical skill almost faitltloxn. T-!e liarltone, Signor Do Pasitialis, is one of the best heard here in years. His voice is rich, flex ible and powerful. His rendition of "Figaro," an air from ltossini's liarber of N 1 ilia, afforded an excellent oppor tunity to display all these qualities, and secured him n round of well-merited ap plause. Sig. Montegriffo. the tenor, ac quitted himself creditably. The pro gramme for to-night is as follows: I'AKT I. 1. Piiit from oprrn llcliMirio Verdi .sin. .Monteei ilTo nud Sis; lie PaHiualU, 2. Kullnil Jl Wan a Iiicain Cuwcn $if. Sali. .1 1 3. Pitnio rMo-.lluinriiriiiii Rhapsodic No. 2...Liszt Mr. l.'iiiislaiitin Sternberg;. 4. Viiioii of E!-1". from tiraud fiperA Lohcn-.." grin lreponK-d liy i-iiiieral rci-ucl'-rili. WtlK.nW: Mine. Minnie llauk, 5. Iluct from l'avurila Pouizettt Siir. .Sali and .Sip:. Moutoirriffti. - km li. tlrand Air. "Eritic," from liallo in Mas-:' clicra Verdi -iK- tie Pasuualis. 7. Echo Sons; Eckert ,Mint. Minnie llauk. s Pi,, .,ln ( Fautajsie Scherwciika 9. lianobolo )h pizli,.H(u. fromSiviu ...elites Mr. Constantin Sternberg. 9. Trio from Attila Verdi 'Signorcta Salu, Siff. Montcgrifio, l)e Pamiualis.l PART II. Lore Scene from .c;i;d act of Carmen Bizet Carmen (her orig-iual cfaamclcr: Mine. Mlnnl. Hauk The Toreador Sig. Do Pasoiialia Ion Jose - Sir. MonteTsTiffo C'ompliuimf ary Concert. The friends and admirer? of Miss Susie Greenwood resolved yesterday to give her a complimentary eonct rt, and the follow ing letter was addressed to her: Mr.vritts, November 3, 18K3. Miss Scsie M. Oheexwood We learn with " sincere regret that you are again about to depart for the East, and to avail ourselves of the opportunity, ere you leave home and friends, to express pur ap preciation of you as an artitlt, as Weil as gratitude that is heartfelt, as it is wide spread, for a noble and charitable spirit w hich has so often prompted von to say "yes" to the many appeals made for your generous assistance in the furtherance of various causes as a slight evidence of the high esteem in which you are held by a host of frijmd and the'publie, we res-ieet-fully ask you to accept a complimentary benefit at (he liaini.s of the .iti?ens of Memphis at as enrly a date as possible and at such place as you may name. Yours, respecttuiiy, W N ("aire. R W Lightburne, E K Hart. K A Odium. .1 M Seinnies, K M Manst'ord. louis Herxog, Pjiobios, W A iisiw, T.eo Kremtsr, M Koschwts, L P Cummins, Jno M Peters, Harry Form irk, (i Kit-lev. Napoleon Hill, Henry J Lynu, I i Snowden. J 4 MJe., Peter Tracy, J SWilkins. .1 no S Toof, Chas L Loop. E Lowensteitt. J no J Putty, Jim r Cu.-'-v, Jno N Uarb-u, j no League, And thirty-seven orhers. Kepljr. ticxTl.EMEx Your very complimentary request, is rx-gard to a testimonial concert to be given for njy benefit, was handed me to-day, and in answer 11 oijld say that though unexpected tiie compliment' is ap preciated, and I thank you sincerely. On account of my intended' departure Sunday I name Saturday evening, the 10th in stant, the time, and Leubrie's Theater as the place. O-see niore thanking yon, I remain votirs, st siB st, ,bjs:enwooi. Mande traascr. Miss Maude Oran-;er, who will appear at Jjfubrie's Theater to-morrow night next, was iutoryietved at Nashville by a Banner reHirter last r ,iin,", and is spoken of by that taper in the most compliment ary terms. Miss li ranger stated that she would remain iu the South aliout six weeks lonpi,-, visiting New Orleans and tho larger cities ou did roast, opening in New York in I ecenil.ier fr an engage ment of six weeks, she lias traveled j000 miles since her 0ieniug in Sao FranouaXs, July Pith. Miss (iranger gave her age aa twenty-eight on her last birthday, August PUli last, mid was not at all ashamed to um 5 jhyt she was more than eighteen. ' (iextlemkn do not fail tocaJJ ai Sq. 40 Madison street after 2 to-day. ' r. Zicrmnmn'M lYaUeiCure, 22 riecond street. The doctor has refitted his steam appliances aud is now ready to give Turkish, Russian and all steam baths the same as at Hot Springs. Hot and cold baths also given. Gentleme do not fail to call at No. 40 Madison street after 2:30 to-day, John M'alab, Fader! alter. ocaxtBsi 1 CRAP-SHOOTERS. Xoarlw AU of the Darkle Arrsssted rmj sassjnt -wire Most of the darkies arrested Saturday night at Shack Flynn's for ahootina- crank gave bail yesterday. Their names are D. Bowles, Con Vincent, 8. H. Perkins, W. Nelson, Charles A. Brvan, Henry Doug lass, James Nathan, F. Wilbum, Paul uaiiey, ah n attune, Uiii Taylor. H. Tan ner, John Thomas. Thomas Crawford. John Grady, Jake Jones, J. T. Surratt John Johnson, Jim Jones, Ross Blaydes and Joe King. ine names of one or two are familiar to those who pay much attention to the le gends of the Police Court. Jake Jones has been shooting craps for many a long year, and seems to have a passion for it that no amount of law can cure. In near ly all the lists of offenders brought before the police Monday mornings for Sunday gambling Jake's name appears, and among all the crowds which answer when these lists are read out by the judge that of Jake Jones, blacker and shinier and ar parently more oenitent than all th resit. may be seen. He has always been fined invariably paid it, only to ap pear again, be more penitent and pay more fines. The others, with one or two exceptions, belong to tliat large class of hard-working darkies who receive $10 or $12 a week, pay their bills regularly Saturday night and save ont half a dollar to play "craps" at five cents ante. The game is beyond the ken of a white man though all the darkies, big and little, are familiar with all its intricacies, aud love it better than they do anything in this weary, hum-drum life. Some time ago the police broke np the game as far as tney could at least it was played very quietly and with closed doors. The question now arises as to the statute under which it is punishable, and as it is almost an impossibility to make proof, the trial promises to be a lively one. I'bcy will be brought before the grand jury, which meets to-morrow, for indict ment The warrants by virtue of which the arrests were made start off by stating, "Information having been received, through the records of this court " and are Bigned by the clerk and deputy clerk. They are in the handwriting of the deputy clerk, but after the onler to arrest the keepers of the houses an exten sion is made, in another handwriting, in cluding those who might be found gaming in the houses. BONE-BOILER BURSTS, Meatterlnsr It Sweetnesas 1'pon tke Mora In Alr T.iere was an explosion of a somewhat unusual nature yesterday morning at t:,ii .Ti.: 11 im.iwaii o iumi-Hil suig UUHUIT, Oil 11US" ard row, near tlie river. For the purpose of removing the marrow from the bones of the animals killed a cylindrical heater, about fifteen feet long and four feet in diameter is provided. Into this the bones are placed, and it is then filled withsteam, which has the effect of drawing the mar row out 01 tne Dones. The pressure 01 steam in the heater yesterdav morning in stated to have been about forty pounds. When it burst about twelve feet square of the roof was blown off, the pieces of boiler, bones and marrow flew in every direction, and were scattered for a block or more around over the housetops, the bluffs, the streets and alleys, the dray-mules, the policemen, and everywhere. It was a horrible affair, but noliody was killed. Patrolman Basket was pretty well plastered but will recover as soon as his coat is washed. Some of the bones rattled over the stones, on the levee and skipped into the river without any great damage, probably the most se rious result was tho cracking of adjacent wans. IXCENUIARY FIRE. A Madison Street Uroeery Partially Ie- atroyed Tula Mornlnar. About 1 o'clock this morning a fire broke out in Welsh's grocery on Madison street, bevond the bndge, and was partially con sinned, though the goods were saved. A quantity of shavings saturated with tur pentine were found bvLhief (jleary. J he damage was about $500, and the insurance $1.hKI.' IIOTEIa AKK1VAT.S. 'Peabody Hotel. C. B. OALLOWAT CO Paorairroas, Rates S2 50 and S3 per day, aecordinc to siie and location of room. W J Sanborn. N Y Y V Quackenbons, La U Sells. Tenn JOH Knight. Tenn .1 II Dillard, eity E II Ijewis, Boston S II Sullivan. Ohio J R Smith. -N Y ,1 tvann, city J E I.andon, Mo 3 W Keller, N V , I r I llman. La CC Clark Aw, Ark E i'rump, Ky E C (Irusiner, Ma T II Moore, Ohio N 11 Price, Ark W E (.'lark. La F K Adams, Miss F W Storey. Mo F A Martin As, Miss J C Kay, Mo 1) Hall, Ark M C Itidcr, Miss Miss t' lllatne, Tenn J M Kirk, N V O Pt'allery, Tenn C II Hale, Ohio 1) E Con ley. Ark Mrs Judge Orr, Miss J R Hay, N V C H Collins, Ark P baher, Ohio K 8 llrew, Ohio J B Curbin, Tenn S Klainbergor. N Y W G Knell, Boston (1 C Rhodes, Tenn Mrs A E Yates, Miss J Seymour, N Y A C llrigendile. Pa J K lloskins, Ky J K lloskins, Ky A C McChesney, Col W II llayer. Mass F W Swift iw, Miss L II Roberts, Mo R Harvey, Ky 1! F Hicks, Ky Mrs I A Miller, N C T M Oeorge. Ark R E Mack, N Y J U Kossman, Miss L II Cistlc if, N V Mrs J Parham, Ark P U Hums, Piiytou, 0 J T Burns, city Miss ('die, N Y J A Fussillo, Ky W A Hansom, Ky S W Ferguson, Miss F L Armstrong, Ky V A Dcnnir, N Y Kd Armstrong. Mich J Rogers, St Lonis II 11 Shipman Aw, Ark f w all, Tenn W J Peckbam, La M L Eckhart lew. Mo C J Lewis i f. Ark J M Elliott, Tenn A H Bolton, N Y YV J Arnold, Miss (1 B Perkins, Ark J T Winship, Ohio Mrs J Cook. Tenn Miss L Blaine, Tenn Frank Baker, Ohio R F Pay, Miss 11 M Wilson, X Y A F Kelley, Miss F C Mann, Boston Miss J Mc(lcheevArk C E Holmes, X B F Reynolds. N Y ,, juirr aw, leilU W Mallray, Ark 11:11 i : Miss C ilillyar. Ark A W Losee, ' H Puticl, N Y Miss W Lynn, Miss J W YV Keilar, X Y I) W Whiting. Ky Miss S 11 Polk. Tenn Mrs M II Stillman, X Y J Mancy, Ks R S llabsey. Ala i J Falls, Tenn C E Henry, Ky J P bugger, III Miss Orr, Miss 11 11 Perry, Tenn .1 I. Hewitt, Tenn C II Butler, Miss S E Puun, Ky A H Sienccr, N C . B M lfildrith, Va .1 B Howe, Tenn Wm Hall, Ohio W J Cajvun, Tex S Hess, Ky 11 McCracken, Ohio T H Thompson, Tenn E Bamberger jr. Ohio FT Washington, Mo J RScatcr, Paducab Miss A Jones, N Y J Reiss, Chicago li r tlirks. Ky ( Palmer, Kansas City (1 U Cnrtis, Mo W Childres, Ark Y Shins, Kansas City 1 Tracy, city J X Foster, Miss It Scbr, Tex .1 B Craigliead Aw, Ark F. H Owings, Ky L Salinger Asoti, Ark Mrs M Salinger, Ark I 11 Adams, Ark Mrs C lSlam, Aik J B Chapline, Ark J T Miller, Ark E A Rosenham, N Y C W Bouscr. Ind C Slacker, Tenn W lloacs. N V w 1) Beard, city II K Huntington, Ky B W Redlield, Miss .1 Unvis. Ill I E liholston, Tex F Mcrigold, Miss A Salinger, Ark W Miller &w. Mo I. Renault, X Y .1 It Mack. Ill (J W Tappington, Ark J W Kclcr, X Y (i IS Tyler jr, Ky I' L Campbell, X Y W C Porter, Louisville ,1 A van winkle. 11 is Siitclitle. city A (.' Hepburn, MA V R R Miss Hix, Va C C liubv. Ark C L Hurt. Miss 0 Carpenter, Miss A W Petty, Ala A Sternberg. (& E Marton, X Y II W Sherman. Miss K Steiman, X Y 1 J Gurpen, Ohio P R Bailey, Tenn V Kimbrough, Tenn B llarkness, X Y Mrs Thompson, Miss E B Lynn, Miss L Freeman , Pa M llirsch. X Y It F Young, Miss R A Petty, Ala A CMcDonal.l.MAV R R A Clemens, St Louis A M Isaacs, Ohio X A Stetson, Ohio B Bernheim, Ky 11 11 Matloek, Kv 11 CCheynen, Miss J R Smith, Ind Miss O Yates, Miss E A Rosenham. X Y E Hertxog, Mass J H r.rwin, Ky Miss Mamie Savage, city E C McAfee, Mo THIS aUKXII HACK OOM1-AXY. Miss Minnie Hauk Amd E DeWartegg. C Sternberg, A Montegrino, V DcPasqualis, C (Inarm, U Xelson, Wf Falk, Bfew Clarendon Hotel, Enlarged. L. 1). HUaT't.. MiMAUga Ratks 2 ami ti SO pet Suv. J L Farrington. Miss W It TKiimt.Inn Urn I' V.r.r f.nn tlRCoon.kCSAMR R M E Ellis, Pa S II Joseph, Ohio J While, w Ac, Ohio S Wooley, 1 (' R K W II Burrs. Tenn J 0 Webb. Mass C Traler, Tenn Leon Hirchmai. Tex F Snautding, Tenn C A Moore. Tenn Whitney Aw, Tex John Runnels, Ohio R Faos, Ohio (,' Culligan. I C R R K Tholes, 111 Hy Maninnc, Ii,J McLambour, Fargo A Sol, niMl.r. 1 B R Boiling, Tenn 11 11 vKiinui teuu uv unueii , .11 1. W M Witherspoon.Tenn J W Lewiston, Ala IJ 1, ti i . 1 ti 1 : 1 - L I unnelly, Mish fc 1 luiiiuiiin, ,'ui Jill. Io log. Iky K Armstrong. Micb P I' k'.i..ll..n T.n A r 1 ayior, ly C llickens, Fla J M Nichols, Miss Mr. II Paris, Ark J T Miller. Ark ' II R Canfield, Pa J W liickev. III B Miller, Icon B Bishop, Ark J BChaylin, Ark 1 R R Grant, Ky V Sells, jr. Sells' eirens J Lapraore, Ohio (1 Dennis, Mo t) C lwis Aw. Ohio l, C- Loekwood, Ks W L Boyd. Ky K M Walford, Ky J H Brown, Miss v rk;iA a.i T Sstcr, Tenn M R M,.i:illir. , M. P lL.i,l,i.- V., R Shermant Micsl F Seinms, Ks F J Alden, Ky 1. ivn... k'v B W Bishop, Ark v u telton, M it. RKLLS BSOA. ClRCCSr APVAXCK BRIOADK. J E .Tones. W S Barnett, W Clayton. E M Coke, G Fiahet, W A Barnett, C W Raw-on, II A I, S Sims, J Long, J G Runnells, i W Vogel. i Kreubbia, i Coney, R A Briggs. - Vaalsa's Hotel. Enronean Plan. Enlargesl and Refurnished. Prices according to site and location of rooms. -W. li. B1XU11AM MAuia. R Stoeker, Tenn J Paris Aw, Miss J J Snyder, Tenn Miss Chesire, Tenn S Curtis, Tona J M Gordon, Tenn W J Harris. Ky E Dugan, Miss Mrs Borara, Tenn L Brown, Tenn M M Seay. Ky J Uglesby, Ark X L Avery, Ark P A Maxwell, Mis W B rto.kins. Ark M A George. Ark B Jacobs, Ark G I' Brown, Ark R A Mallory, Miss W V Chaffin, Tenn Miss Sallie Ham, Ark Mis. Jones, Ark Miss M Jones, Tenn J E Bell, Miss Jl! Collins, Tenn 8 Prosnew, Mo A Chillon.Mis. Mis. Brown, Tenn S W Xewman, Miss V H Shelton, Ark A Goodrich, Ark W T Lambley, Ark X Xingchasnn, jr. Mis. Mrs Joues Ark ))' M sjmraons. Ark ft L WriguL, Ciuciunati J C Wasuinglon, Tenn E RrMUrers, Miss A S K n ford. Ark W S t-turtcranU Miss TJRrubensAw.MAVKR W J Kerwjm A w. Ark W C Ashmore Aw. us T M l.llliland. lean V I. Pan. Mi J F Wayland, Ky J C W elle. Mo R K Spraawins, Ala TC Hicks, Ark M E Banyan, Mo JMOuin.La 0 ACamnMI, Ark W A Mcti Mint-. Tenn ' W Hume, Tenn T G Park. r. I Archlluiid. Mis A K Fudge. Ark Thus Go-d, Ark J W Moehv, lean A Harks. Miss F R Smith, Ark W E Lass belli. Miss E E Evaus, Tena JI Harden, Mo jrv, u::j, vr J A Cronoro, Tena B B Carter, Mo S II Henry, Tenn Mrs Wilson, Ark . . W T Echols. Tenn G C Lockwood. Ky -Ben RosHiey. Tenn VtcoC-m, T,n A B Jones, Tana Geo Settle, Miss Julius Poppenbeim, X T J B Chadwick. X Y J W Farmer, Ark Frank L Martin, Tena T A MeXeil, Ark. Ax enrieher of the blood and purifier of the system ; cures lassitude and lack of energy ; such is Brown's Iron Bitters. G'STLEME.t do not fail to call at No. 40 Madison street after 20:30 to-day, Ouly the Steluwaj Plan And Ciougb & Warren Organ used at Mme. Hank's operatic concerts. . Wit mann A Co. are sola agent for these flrat clasN instrameqta, BTOIUCH Thoach shaken in every joint and fiber with fe ver and arue, or bilioun remittent, the psratem may yet be freed from the maliirnant virna with liotetterr0 Stomach Bitters, ftotect the cyptem aurainst it with this beneficent anti-itmodic, which is furthermore a snpreme remedy for liver complaint, constipation, dyspepsia, debility, rheumatism, kidney troubles and other ailments. for sale by all druggists and dealers generally. IMPORTANT TO PARENTS AMD OTHER? THE OR PHANS HOME. ' We have had a great improvement in the health of our children by the use of Swift's Specific. We had among the children some who had ecref- Uia notably one case in which it was Unmintatkably if ereditary. We cot some of Swift's Specific and gave it to this case, and in a short while it was cured sound and well. It was as hud acaju. T think. I savor . and has been under excellent physicians with no permanent benefit. We have been giving it to all the children as a health tonic. We have four children and one seamstress who, for year?, have suffered intensely every spring with erysipelas, and though they bad been taking Swift's Specific only in small doses as a henlth tunic, they all, without exception, passed through this spring; wuuoui a wucn 01 me complaint. A. young lady of the institution, who has been with us for years, haa been troubled with a most acuravated rash ever sinra nh wax a ohiM. Kh tried all the known remedies that are prescribed for it with no benefit: but sh hs hn rnr.l ! taking Switt's Specific, and has had no return of tne trouoie It is such an excellent tonic, and keeps the blood so pure, that the system is less liable to eon- tract aisease. ah 01 tne teacnersand children who are old enough to know, agree with me in be lieving it is the greatest medicine known. My faith in it is unbounded, and I and my assistants take great pleasure in recommending it to every one. I can at all times be found at the Home, and will take pleasure in seeing or corresponding with any who is interested in the remedy. Krv. L. B. l'ALNE, Okphanh' Home, Macon, Ga, Our treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases wailed free to applicants. TUK SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., t Drawer Sa Atlanta. Oa. TUTFS Hsg oiza TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA. From these aouroc-a arise thine fonrths of ,e disefiauii of tho human race. These syiapUima ijiiljciite Uielr auatence : lVoa. . appetite, Jsowel. coatlve, bleK Uaaul. atotie, rallneaa arter e.tiu", araraloa to exertion or body or lulud, Knactatlot. of food, Irritabllily of temper, w aplrtta, reeling or baring ne.leclrd aorne dtr, IMxzlaeaa, jV'InUering at the Heart, Isots before th. eyes, filcLlr col ored Urine, tOjSSTIPATIoa" and de mand the uae of a retnexly that acts directly oil Uie Liver. AsaLtyer medicine TDTI'4 PI L.IJ liaye no equal. Their notion on the Kidneys and Skin is also prompt; removing au Impurities through these three scav enger, of th. arst.tn," proluclru? appe tite, sonnd dijrestlon, rejrnlur stools, a clear sklc and a vigorous bodv. TUTT'S PI I.U cause no nausea or sri ipins; nor interfere with dally work and are asperfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. HE FEELS I.1KI; A KW HAK. "I trnye bad Drspepala, with Constipa tion, two years, and have tried ton different kinds of pills, and Tl'TT'S are the first that have done me any good. They have cleaned me out nloefy. My appetite la splendid, food digesta readily, and I now bave natural pasatures. I feel like a new man." W. D. EDWARDS, Palmyra, O, BoldererywlMTe.aae. Offlee.41 Mnrray8t.,N.T. TUTTS HAIR DYE. Gray Hair oh Whiskkrs changed to stantly to a Uroesr Biack by a single Bp plication of this Drift. Sold ty DnimriaU, oi sent by express on recolptrof 1. Office, 44 Murray Street, New York. TflTT't MANUAl OF USEFUL RECEIPTS fRgg. Iolioale an;l Feeble LadieK. Those languid, tiresome sensations, causing you to feel scarcely able to be on your feet; that con stant drain that is taking from your system all its former elasticity, driving the bloom from your cheeks; that continual strain upon your vital forces, rendering you irritable and fretful, on a easily be removed by the use of that marvelous remedy. Hop Bitters. Irregularities and obstruc tions of your system are relieved at once, while the special cause of periodical pain are perman ently removed. None receive so much benefit, and none are so profoundly grateful and show such an interest in recommending Hop Bitters as women, FeelH Yo tin a; A train. 41 My mother was afflicted a long time with Neu ralgia and a dull, henry, inactive condition of the whole. 3em; headache, nervous prostration, and was almost helpless. No physician or medi cines did her any good. Three months ago she began to use Hop Bitters, with such good effect that she seems uud feels young again, although over seventy years old. We Ihink there is no other medicine fit to une iu the family." A lady in Providence. Bradford, Fa., May 8, 1875. ' It has cured me of several diseases, such as nervousness, sickness at the stomach, monthly troublos, etc. I have not seen a sick day in a year since I took Hop Bitters. All my neighbors use them. MRS. FANNIE GREEN." 83000 lout. "A tour of Europe that cost ttie done me less good than one bottle of Hop Bitters; they also cured my wife of fifteen yean nervous weakness, sleeplessness and dyftfttrf sia. . ft. JM., Auburn, N. High Authority. Hop Bitters is not, in any sense, an alcobvtic beverage or litiuor, and could not be sold for nee except to persons desirous of obtaining a uiedic iual bitters. GREEN B. RAUM, U. S- Com. Inter"! Rev. So. Bi.ooMHtovtLLK, 0., May 1, 1879. Sirs I have been suffering ten yearn and I tried your Hop Bitters, and it did me more good than all the doctors. MISS 8. S. BOON K. Baby ftavedl We are so thankful to say that our nursing baby wm permanently cured of a dangerous and pro tracted con n filiation and irregularity of the bowels by the use of Hop Bitters by its mother, whteh at the same time restored ber to perfect health and strength. The Parents, Rochester, N, V. MENKEN BROTHERS, Agts ill 1 n VQf v.l tK?m a-a i- -an vi- -o. r. W.:! nV: ;::?f & if! Lvorj' Corstt ta werrfcaSt? tr y ra-rtntrr V? it eavr ic f rr .tr ttia tiw w.! te rent.: Pr:mtrt.n3 wUiii tt wae ooiw- n ot,.t rrrt rtn n(l our lrw!i'- - f. ( iMjstrt t tt' ei tar.T, a" ! 'H i.' - u l- . , ne " tuti4.a'oi :avU and j -rf-.-t t&ntuft Ch r 3W" ffsjwIU PffVtwarvtvs. t.t W!rA41itt. f -t aalMl (fXtrt. a7 . Kwrtfm. ita rr--i ig fwi't a.ee trH-AtapffVtlaaS. ei y eato W m Ketmil Dtera evrrkt-M. OTTENHEMER & SCHWARTZ. Xos. :iC,l-:l!;c, Main Street, Ars anrlng filra Itargalna Tnia Werh in DRESS GOODS! AID HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS I Rsl Talto Dan k at 40c a yar4 wartb Pur. I.lnvn, Wbite and riwust, at S wasrsn aw rraiaaw rkerkesl and Plain ( rau.n, tso-wasrtk je Ij-t Blsstnel Kaaee-tina; at Xrr wank 30 mw It will pay .Terybody to call and examine "au Stock and Prim before ir. parehasina; f JCST mECClTED,. ; 80 paulr ruiMrtal Bkoea nt M J yvortai 1- S BO pair. Ktaaaja msasas at 1-wortil M, do xot poeoet thk piacb. 364-366 Main Strec tl fi i.kau: k5 s XISCELLAXEOrS. PlantatloD Loans ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN, NEGOTIATED BY FRANCIS SMITH & CO., S. W, Corner WashinsTtoa and Crawford Su., TICKIBl'Bfl, Ml SIS. NO COTTON REQUIRED. Planters should not make loans antil the? hav. investi rated oar plaa and rates. M-WE HAVE SO A ti F. y T St. u Bargains toTravelers TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC., FAB BELOW COST. CJAMPLE-RpOS.-7 MITX 8TEEET, 0PP0- iii.Laaaew.siiiieB SHOCK. Repairing of Trnnkp prnmtttly wftwrt J. A.! BAILEY k CO. FIjIJMBERS, Will ke LassMOal nt Ifcelr w Mars'. 336 Second St., Cor. Union, After Oct. 16th. Where we will keen on hand a larre and complete stock of Planksrs', a anal HI earn Fit. sra' Nalrrinl. 'kandrllera. ioke, etc., and will har. every faeiiiqr for doin, work promptly. Thankful for th. liberal patronaare in the past, w. hop. for a continuance of saaa. in our new qnartara. 1867. PEOPLES Insurance Company Oflice 16 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn. CASH CAPITAL $200,000 00 ASSETS 226,608 31 LOSSES PAID Since Organization 385,624 54 DIVIDENDS PAID 272,000 00 WM. H. FARRINGTON, rres'U H. T.I EMM0N. Y.-Pres't. W. L. PARKER, ot ar Inanrea all t'l.c ar Marrhaadi.a, ai.reh.aaes, Cknrekca and Dwelllaa s-l- Kate.-a M. C. PEARCK, President. JOHN K. SPElCIl, HOME Hp T I'llltlH' ALSO Pkernlx, or Intlan Aaaeta, Ba.OOO.OOO: 11 Ir till; Craacnt, af New Orleaai. ('a ft I la I, (MK,M. aur WE GUARANTEE RELIABLE INDEMNITY. -M BOOTS AND SHOES DAVID PARK HADDEN Sadden & AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 270 ITront Street, OPKCIAL ATTENTION PAID TO WETnimio I--) own Warehouse. All Cottin insnred unless vn vuiuin. v'ii'-a sales ana prompt reiurus is our J. IC CiODWIX. J. R. GODWIN k CO. And Commission Merchants, 336 front St., Cor. W.U.HOOS. KDWtRD MOON. Late I.al'rade A iloon. Lata with J. T. Kargason ic Co. EI & M IIOM SALE Tobacco and SO. 15 UNION ST., A. &. LIVKKXOBE, frcaidenC The LIVERMORE FOUNDRY & MACHINE Co Houmw Fronts , ,rf AN Building Railrou Steamb' IttO TO 171 ADAMS STREET II. HI. .KAMI. Clanaral 11. it. iiour.LL Work u'-PUaUtlon ,1 Work f ::S&W , "nrk 'tWor " 'Jk'MtftksimikhsH i-ae-'ti. Cawtlnira. Engines, tC .0 iTillIiil1 R'P",r Saw Mills Steam Pnmp mMmBm Pipe A-Fitting!) --"t-s- -M..!tr&tiv!-ir- Catalocne. H. B. HOWELL & CO. COTTON FACTORS, No. 268 lront street, Memphis, Teimestiee. Dllii ARB & COFFOT COTTON FACTORS And General Commission Merchants, So. 302 AXn SOI FKOXT ST MEMPHIS, TEXX. Y. li. Oalbrealta. WB.Galbreath&Co. COTTON FACTORS, - 11 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn. 1S33. - - - MEMPHIS, TEXN, An LITTLE ROCK, AEK 188. n. 6. nOLLENBERG'S MUSIC HOU83SJ - i . Tar lara flaora sVllea arllk Flnt-Claaa PIANO asaal MUI, i Bar rrain Ik. Oldest anal nsatat aVeltakle II.bm, at LOWEST PKICEa), far Caak ar mm InatallsMnaa, klark ar aor aa.noa aHaTsJrma Mstalasal Casnnaaltlana. XeTELTIU rassjajaJwaal atally. arTht a. eat .mperlsarsal Tauaeara nasal W.rhsaaa amaplajea, iyOo J&5CjP2mJLT&' S&S"!."-; Estes; Boan & Co. VhoIcsale Grcccrs and Cotton Factors. Ho. 13 Union street, IleniphU, Tenn. COTTON FACTORS AND COlimSSlOX 71K11CIIAXTN. K. J. Gordon. J. C. Gordon. GORDON, BRO. & CO. Onr fkcllltlaa far kanalllns C'.ttatss, Sflmln. 'at. ars assjnsU tk. kajah KnaMlal atlratlan nalal ta ktasrtnsr ami Wel(kaai( BAMslH, TIES ARB BrrPLIEft (kmsakaMl nt tk. UwMI Prirea anal aa reaMasbla twaaa. , Itlkaml Adtsnass snana mm ranalaxnnsnta. Nos. 218 to 224 Broad street? 1883 Vice-President. BUX F. PRICB, K.reUr7. AGENTS FOR rira, af Eaaland-Tapllal, 3,Oiiw.90t AX KlaTGAXT V.4UIETY niinnfln n. TllTnmnli.fi W J&. iuubUaUllVMUlllu AND TjATEST STYLES I Stttfk Ettial to aaj Iu the SontliWMt. Cut torn Work a Sporialt. MeNaure Taken. LINKHAUER & LEHLIM 292 MAIN STREET. JOIIX M. FARRINGTON. Farrington, - Memphis, Tennessee. AS wtff.T. an RAT.BflnpnnTTnv iiivb niiB otherwise instrueted. Aupl. f.tllil. f. advancs amtto. Is. D. JIIXI.IXS. Union, Memphis, Tenn. W. II. JOYSER, Lata with Letauioa k Ua JOYHER UEALEItS IX MEMPHIS, TENN. II. A. TATC Jf , Hrr'y anal TrtNaanrrr. :.o t'"Xi Cotton Prcsttoi MEMPHIS, TEXXESSEE Acrnt and Hllrltar. J. II. COCKE, - a J. M. Fowlkc. Cigars, LIDHMT & IUDGELY, TAILORS, Bs) MaaJUan Mrajsj, Inwlto na Inanawtlsw ar tlwtr aariialsd rail snaj Winter StaMk mt IHPOBTKB t'LOTHN, CAMMIMEBKI A BID 'UTCM, natMl narnuj tor thaan kjr tk. nt Ensrllak mm Fraavk Bfauannveuwara. T. I. Prilctaelt. J. 1W. Nashville, Tenn. HOVE SCALES! DIEBOLD SAFES! TIIE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF SHELFs HEAVY HARDWAR1 T b Fanad ia StiuthwM. AIha, Coiiitlrla Line of Stoves and Tinware! ORGILIi BROTHERS & CO. AROUSE- CU RE- STOP-- fipliisf Mii.irTj-aMa-iVre Vasjt 'w TRAOH MARK. '''."'rECISTKRED' Tin: gicimt mvi:u iii:mi:iv. Bat an drink what yon t!eee, for it will not sali,ate Ton. Only a half teasponnful at a do.. Pric T&e. Sold by all Retail llruaaipt and Medicine liealcrs. ' W. X. HILKEKSOX A 'Ow M'holcsuilt Ab;miIn. Moniphisv. Tenn. w a ism COTTON FACTOES, No. 300 Front Streot, : : Moiupliis, T01111. . flv,,'W-f .',.: 2 o r!?f XT l-'f Jr..-.-vr , , I i I VRPEri4i.i.T otrAir.T Ta rroMno aisiiouh. tiim iiotii. us A rottnl)y boon alarirrl, i new thruttrhout, mil the innl li-iinutlv tiumtir'l w l.ntn-t ilh. fftreot-MsTi pan tb dmr, tnn(rtin willi nil iliMt, tfninbani litit.l nr. I It it (,uilitrn F iMt-utnt. , nd, in fot, ail pine of Ihimi, nH pleur in tli city. J he tnMo i n-l nrt'-'l I li r . r Urn nci airr. anl TtsUm modflrsta. l. . tnttnucr. IHSSOMTTIOX. THE Arm of MLI.ARP, ARMIRTKAD A Lt'NUKK has been ilislrrd hy the doath ol T. H. Ml. LAR1. The niririns partners assume all lialnlilies of, an. I win collect all amount. :;id firm, and will amntinn. the bu.in.ss unil.r th. flrtu uaiue ol ARMISTEAD & LUNDEE, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, 18 and 18 Union utreet, MomohH. Tttnii. M.H.COOVER & Go MAM IMCTI IIEUS OF Doors, Sash,Blinds and Moldings ALL KJNDS OF DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES, Brackets, Scroll-Work, Rough aud lli t-Mutl l.ttiiilit r, Sliiuglfit, lib, l;i, ., 161 to 179 Washington St., Memphis, Tenn. faplar Stnet Oars Carre 70a to tb. Marltetbouse, On. fiquar. Iron lb. Mills. OZANNE- DENISON & COMPANY. J.W irocers Cotton Factors 324 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS INDEPENDENT AND NOT F0H C0TT0N-SEEI), sarTF.IC KATIHrAt-TKaN TO JNO. . TOOF. HANAUER OIL WORKS R. I MrliOWta. lusby.Toof Wholesale Grocers Ifo. 374 FRONT STRX.ST W. CI. PATTEMOsT, Rattan kalaansanIIaadllnai of Cotton a Huawialt. Libaral Cash AdranaaM Mad. oa Con.ianniant.. BEAM" & CARROIatlj Wholesale & Retail Paints & raintersSupplies, W,A IT nTT n IeiIESIEvl Window Shades, Window Glass, Looking Glasses, Etc.) XO. 340 MAIX STREET. til HKMI'IIFH. 'Kaa. JWKIi ESTABLISHED 1849.1 TIIE OLDEST CANDY AXD SFBC3HET & WHOLESALE CANDY MANUFACTURERS AXDlEALEns IX TOYS AXD FIREWOItKS. anr. a.sla sjnaranlesal aa kewrsasaaSa al. 37 9IADISOX STREET, MEMPHIS, TEXX. M0R0 AH 1. EEX.LT, Lata af KsJly A MeCadd. Vholosale GROCERS, ITl'llf if f Jl P(HrT) AXD COMMMSIOX MERCIIAXTS, - - 4 a X. Z99 Umlm ret (Hmr-f V. E. Tuckor. No. S Court street, Memphis. Your Torpid Liver. Your Yellow Jaundice. Your Chills and Fever. -WITH MfCoriunck. a'e Co - .' - t - - kaj : - iV-. i:Ai.i:rtN i ST0Yi:S,I(AN(li:s TINWARE, 1 li 11 11 I e I i e r m, Lamp3, Oils, Coal-Hods, Yiiscsi AHltM(ir, I ( ulli-r, l:ic., t i'U Main Mrct'f, 1 Onn. I'aurl aaaars. Mr.niiN .. rt.m n t aaii.i'. IN ANY COMBINATION. STILL IX THE KLG. PABT1IJI TI HO M rtl HinrKH WIIM K!. I. Hl'klir. & IcSjovrao & Cotton Factors, MEMPHIS, TENN. TO IIOINE IX THE TTY. WALTER Oralars Iks- Partlea ansl Waalallnaa Tshea, JOHN HOPER, Lata of Jas. Rop.r A Bra COTTOfJ FACTORS aCIok) llrniphla, tmi a. V 1 -vlhi nraimjrir. DALDWELL h 00. V