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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEE 7, L883.
1 1 fits IB1 SKI OXI) STUISET, OPPOSITE COUKT SQUARE, OFFER GREAT BARGAINS Silks, Satins, v Oni ..recent stock of i.-ktk tlinn nnv we tU VEltY LITEST 1ESIGXS. Having bought them under the most favorable circumstances, we can fTer them LOWEIt than the same qualities have ever . LOWENSTEIN & BROTHERS AMUSEMENTS. f ElBKIK'ltTlltATER. -nU Jukki'M VMM end Manager. Wednesday, Thursday nd Friday Eveningsand ralurdar Atatinee. Xo. 10. lint Appearance of the Famous Anierloan Beauty, Miss 5IAUOE OKANOEK! Supported by s Powerful Company, in "HER NEC UNO lOVEr New Scenery. Costonies, Etc, Monday. XojjorjjiARRIE 8WAIS. T" 1M1S noZtUT tOXHEBVATORl- OF 51 1 (V ICa Hraipbli ...Tran. Undar the auspices of THK HUXABT MOC'IETT. a V B.w.irt Prcs't. II. . Hai.i.kk, V. Pres't. H W. w"". Cor8ec. J. A. Oi.iiB,fl,Treasur.r. Mokk . Downs, Principal of 1 acuity, with a full conn of Professors for Vocal and In atruinental Music. Deaaaa of 13,-. The Conservatory will reopen Oetober 1. W3, for instruction in Vocal and Instrumental Musie. Parties desiring private tuition will nd it to their advantage to make early applications, in or der to have a specified time secured. Those who desire to join the elementary class ahould send in their applications as early ai i pos ihle, as no one will ho admitted to this branch after the formation of classes. i'or further information apply to or address K. K. Carr, Acliiigbecretary. Othoo hours S to o T m , M,,artJlalKSocond and Union streets. 4IKAX1 CONCERT FOlt TUE BENEFIT OF MISS Susie III. Greenwood OS NATl'ISOA Y AH.IIT. XOV. IO, AT LKUIlRIFfi THEATER. air Ticket for sale at the hooktnros. Reserved seat. Wlllioill exira niu, i llujcflifr' nt.fli riw. JEWELER. DIAMONDS! rtrat-4 Ihh UnoilH. i:ieg;autly Stonmed, Hi reasonable prices. XOVEJLTIES IN .41.1. OF OIK DEPARTJIESim tvespertrnlly, .ODAJi(0 I. itoKM Hr.K. tsJf:i. UENTISTUV. J. W. NELSON, DENTIST, 3 Main, Comer Cnlon. GOLD FILUXOS-Avcratre... - JW SILVER AM TIN FILLIM.!.. 1 ) EXTllACTINO With Ether or Oil. w ,1 IVrtL I l.'l " 111, ..tilt. ... y --- ; Kerr Killing Hciri-Mercd and " nrr-intcl. KEAIj ESTATE AKESiTS. Joint Ovkctiis, Jr. C. X. 0 BOSVK.NOR. OVERTON &. GROSVENOR, Real Estate Dealers AUEXTN AXI BROKERS, OFFICE, 284 SECOND ST., . r (or. Neraml ruid t'ourl, MEMPHIS, .... TENNESSEE R KAI. KSTATK noUdllT AND SOLD, TAXE: Paid. Kent- I olloeleu. el., on vomnimf no,. m'NSMITH. JF11 AIVK SI' J I IJ 51 AN, So. 412 .Haiti Si., Memphis Tt inu, l Vl'liW'I'I'll n. ,l..l..r in linns. HitUs. AllililD JLmtion.i islting Tackle, l ine j'ooket-KnircK.clc. ri,. i.u.u w..i...li...l hi l.twest market prices. rrii'e list m nt on application. Repairing done STRAY EH. x ri i.vOn ntnrilMv. ict. iMth. a Hahi-bay AL main iniilei rihl ere out, totiaue hmiK out on right piJ. aloitl tune hnmls hiR-h. tlark iitrlpc down hor ba. k. Will pay a liiieral reward on her delivery to me, ut corner oi iit-rnauui, m .Ion .troets. K.EtJ..MA.VJNi. tTIH Ail I'llH' 1 DnAitnlur; while liied. With J- rouu: no ear marksi pots of roan on her kneoa: in, oilier marks remembered. A llltllhle reward w ill l.e paid on her return to my residence at head of Adam street. liet to Jewish teme tory. CA KHINisTl'N MAmi.V ri ORSK !: k brown Horse, strayed from Ll chanire slrei t stables. One white fool be hind, sear on limit fool. A liberal r,-ard will he aivon by lem iok linn nt . . , .lon s 1)1 N NT4nV.K.aaniat A f ARE Ml l.E-From my place. Oct. iith, one dirlv sovriil mare mule; heavy built. Re turn to me or l'. H.Hraekott Cn.and by re warded. " " r rvri"" . FUU SALE. "lOTTAIiKS AM!-T0KES :!-tory brick. Iteale j street, fcssi Collaae. llenle stroet, lort. Coltave. 1'ansey street, 1 lrHl. Oottag'e, Snrtninns stree. 11SI. Ciiltoirc. South sln'et. SlJlll. Cottrtite, cor. Lane sr. and AyiTs St., AIlMt. Collaie, Ayres street, flisl. Two-slory bi i.-k sturc. Main street. fcTTuO. 11. 1.. lil'lnX. W .Madison street. D AIRV-Kitrarerald Place, New Raleigh road, Apply on premises. a t 4 . . J .. 1 .1 f. il I Lli J milofi nti tli weft of lsonoke lwiMt in Lunukc iiountv. Ark.. ciiin.n.iic ncrcjt fO oren in a trootl hlnte uf culti VHtimi. for further laartica Uri aiiilieM Ibu owner. u. A, U!L1'on.okrrk-. 1 16T ARKlVi:i-U:mr tu.-hion Sheet- for No ri etubvr. JtJllN . Kt A CO., 41 North Court itrcet. PIANOS StoiiiwT and t'hickrrinf Sooond hmt TianoH in rAoeilent condition. Chick erin, S.uar, tir.nd jiMAN A C0 bUKST"i!i iLlilNtt l.OTS-U South .Mcm 1 phis: S si foet deep. Addrea R, Appeal. RiT.r KLU'S lleadlinhtOil and Vaxr Stoves. rhi.-i'o-t nod tif-t i.l '.?UI Sfi-ond Treet. WANTS. IK! Vr-tin H to 16 yparv taNt in car ol X children mot lia-ht huncwirk; white rc terred. Apply at IfctT Latulcrdale ctrevt. orsK ;fc4 Scoiind ttrert ad,ioininR Central Haptisd Church. Anly on reiniicy. I'KXISHKO I.00M Imincdiatclr. Adlro 2 CI1A.S. !., o.irtl-etter Carrier, No. 1. MKN Kivc ImntlrtM. men on lionirwotMl lreev Wuiilc below tirrcnville, Mim. Station work: tenui?tr: mid ju.-t'tm(rt'tin. (ood work uad accomuio ::fiitn. Apt'Ij" n work. ClK)l VAITl.RAt tireentroe T ShMhy utreet. B 0ARIlNiHO( SE n RNJTI KG-Chcap. at !, t ront trel ' rXI Rl'Y A I'oTTAiiK Not to eiceet SIS!. A T.rms, part cash and part on time. Addree 4Mb Orleans street. PAH r.N'ER """ " " Vi itb from 6ve to ten thousand dollars cap ital In a well'etshlihed bnsinees in one of ibe beet locations in the city, Addms tl,B. Appeal effiee. WEIrt MA.-I'o7irrenh..us work. Apply at li". Filth ureetbelMia CiOATM A lit If s One or t wo first -class ha nds to go to Pine IMufT, Ark. : prices 7 to !"H ; steady mployment : hull fnro will be paid if workmun- ehip is satisfactory. . FARLN. f.lfl ELECTKK- lU.I.f5l or CaBV pay Od&xJ until cured: b... k True: airents wanted. A. OFLErtUKIt. t,lev.;Und,ihio.fc ClTl" ATlilN A siii-Mu.iii: yiunn and active. O Address E. A IN . LjlUyelte Sprin. .Miss. iAEESM N First -cla.-.s salesman lf.'to O sell ribbons, inillii crv gmls, Indies' iriuiuied batSj etc.. OB ,-omini-si.in, f..r a hm northern aaillmory bouse : none bui m.-n well ae-.nainled with the Irade need apply. AiMrc-., . tuiioa epis ylence and luil ..irti.-ulr. V Elii'll A T TUA- DER, Drawer l. l., Pbiliilel'iii. SECTION li.Nls XV7 For the L. and X. K .R.; steady work and good wages. Apply at Second street. JAMES B. FOtfTER, Agent. T "-c each, Ciimedsti 8tir issued by the Meuinhis Poslothiss in lsnl. Address 6. B. t'OHEV. king St., Charleston, 8. 0. TONS UAijS.Latt and W rought Iron, J.JJJ Dry Knuee; also Second-hand Maohin ry bonsrht and sold by SAMl'ELGAJbAY, Agent, 4 OH to 4li1 sue. y sirtsei. .immi'ii'. 1 liioRKRS ,xo.i,ti.,u men, 14 to IS cents ner J v.rd. to fill a to 4 four feet soil, saady loaia: Hi) tie-makers. 1 ccnuut stump: 6V teamsters for gig eaonths, t& per nuinth and board. G,od swara, eomionanio vau.. .si, u-vy? ," By to us .. tjtr ZS., buh. J. K.iluliVrd A U.. 33 Mala. Jet Palace ! I:'! IN ilvek Flushes. Brooades! AND these Goods is IiAItGEIt and MORE GOM- have ever had. The CJoods are all Xew, and of AUCTION' SALES. Executor's) Sale, by Auction, of House hold and Personal Effects of the late Owen Dwyer Parlor, Chambor and other Furniture, Brussels. 2-aiid-t-Ply Carpeu, etc., '12b Main street, TUESDAY MORMNU. November 13th, at 10 o'clock. J AS. LEWIS, Executor. A. M. STOliDARD. Auctioneer. LOST OR STOLEN'. M EMORAKPl'M BOOK Lettered Ixdex Re- M . s. r 1 1 1 r I I . -I ! .Madison st. STRAYEO OR STOLEX. rjiV0 MILCU COWS One dark-red-and-white, X -large horns; the other, small black-and-white. A liberal reward will be paid for their re turn to Vfl Third street X. HILL. FOR EXCHANGE. DWELLING Nine rooms, fine repair; lot 130 by ITU feet ; two squares from street-car line, fur well-improved farm, not lees than 30 acres. three to eight miles from city. ii. ii. in iii-v, iv LMfioi-on sirecT. REWARD. REWARD Lost, a medium-sized EN OU tiLISH SETTER HITCU, white, with dark spots on her aides and ears; answers to the name of Nellie; was lost out ut the Winn place, on Raleigh road, Nov. 1, K!. I will pay the above reward for her delivery to ine at II. (J. llol lenborg's Music House, 'Hi Main street, .Mem lihis.Temi. 0. W- SMITH. LOST. EYE OLASSES On Bealestrcet, between Wel lington anil Lauderdale, Wednesday, Nov. 1st, a pair of gold-rimmed Eye-glasses. A lib eral reward will be paid on their delivery at Mi BEALE STREET. COW A bob-tailed red-und-white cow, split in both ears. Five dollars reward for her re turn to l'7 !outh street ROOMS AND BOARD. B OAItD First-clasg board and rooms: A : week. J1AMSOS BT. T00MS AND BOARD JV At -'""ti Second utreet. KOOMr AND BOARD Furni-hcd rooms with Ixmrd for KeiitluuiPD. at lM Madinon utreet. SUITE of lTnfurninhed Front Rooms, southern exposure, with board, at 72 Madiaon street. PAKTIK- Defirinjr board will do well to call at Cltinherii Houe, Socond ami Washington. Oo5TAND BOARD St. Jmes House, cor necticcond and A damn. Board and room, 15 per jreok ; diyoardW.nc;ienU tlowjriitcs. ROOMS Two desirable room, furniwhed or un turnifhed. .HKLBYJT. K0tt.Vt.S-Several very elitfiblc rooms to rent in the bouse 144 Second Mreet, northeast cor ner of becoud and Kxohtiniro streets. Inquire of AIKsS.J LST, on the proiniycw. ROOM "VieaRant front room, with board, tor r pai.tn. nt 14't Second street. FOR RENT. VVRNISIIED ROOMS Pleasantly located, j At Main street, up-stoirs. HOl'SEs liass avenue, near Hebrew Ceine terv. . rooms, per month 10. Itass avenue, west ol Hebrew Cemetery, G rooms, per month lo. lil liimlup street, north of Poplar, S rooms, per month ev lwi Third, corner of Washington, 10 rooms, per mouth 4M- l!u-s avenue i.Mrs. Rinhnrdon place, fur nishedi, 7 rooms, -r lilonih eVi. iV lleriiaudo. two-story brick (two months al lowcdfor rcpnirsi, per month 12 .'si. 7;l Causey street, :i rooms, cr month l"tf and 1."I Hernando, lirnoms, per muiilh . Two nice cottages at liiilgeway, .M. A C. It. R., per inonlh Coiner Washington and Second, store and rooms, per month 40. Separate store -i. rooms liVj and HH Fourth street : rooms at $3 and 1 per monili. lt Fifth fcirect. Chclca, one room at .Mrs. an brtifk'b. per month t-i. US I!e)e street, one room un-stuirs, i per month. 3d Popijr street, one room up-stairs, KJ per month. , rf aiS Second street. Irving block, second floor, four rooms, per month i20. Rooms ..n Iteale street, east of ller.nando, each St per month. STORES. 1S1 Ileal" street, near Desoto, shop and rooms, llo tier month. ;il'l Front street, 70 per oiukth. Mudison street cotton slick, sii pel- month. 'J10 Front street I rout riKiins, cotton offices (Date A l o.i, water and closet on suinc floor itwelc uiouihs unlyi, . W , A. WIIEATI.EY. AkciiI. ry'lLlVAR HOTEL A tbree-.tniv bri. k, eoil D tuiniiig iwenty-ono rooms: tiio only lirst uloss hold in Bulbar. Tenu. Addrux JACOIl KtHIX. SecroiBry- &TOilF.jiil'SK uud Dwelling combined, No, fill O Fifth street. Fort Piekeriua, near new Milburn Iron Works and Kansas City -t.R. depot. In quire on premises Ii Otijis Furnished or unfurnished J L 1SS d-Vlillil Pllt'CV. TICi;i.V FTUXIsUED RoO.M XN Will, use of library, until July 1. Ad- drees MARTIN. eare Ibis otliee. I"00MS -Furni.hed or uiiturnished . At ii:i Adams street. P" JOOSPXlceiyTurnishedrooiu---. At 110 Court streot. SJ;UVril Ell ROOMS At ("0 Madinn street. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Jennio K. McEncroe to A. Vawaro, Vi'tx 80 fH?t on the oast Hide of Oiloititij, tx-tweeu Tate ami ieotvia utrwli, KfXH). V. 11. lavilsin to .lulin C. I'ulliiui, laml in the Nrond Civil Pintrict, lti). Extrtitiirs of 15. Payne to Mm. U. J. Pixou ami J. K. Hlayilo, ISJ j aervH in niniio 5, isexJwn 4 (exirpt .V actes), part of Mount vrraut, i'Mi. Ida M. Mewart to W. ii. C'o'tts, 4! aorea on the east Hide of Prieetl avenuis, it) feet from the Meiniihis and Charleston, rail road, fl.VH). Win. Sjiemv and wife to W. .1. Sniitli, lots tS and till Claybrooke sulidivision, went iside Winn avimiie, SIStlO. LOCAL NOTICES. I.Auiea do not fail to rail at No. 40 Madi--ii mreet alter 'i;"0 to-dav. A.i.1. e of llow er-i.!ii and Howcr-pot Baut-eiul at utuel UuUay's. Pr. R. I.. Lamk f, olHc hours? to 8 oYloek a.m., and to 0 clw k P m- 343 Main Street. Telephone conr1'"0"' Only I lie StrinwHy Piauo And Cluusih & AVarren Orpui used at M'tio. Hank's operatic concerts. E. Witz- inann cV t o. aie sole aifi tils tor these ftrst tlas instruments. lr. Zlcriuiinii'M Mator-t'iire, 2"J2 Second strtrt. The doctor has refitted Ids steam appliances, and is now ready to give Turkish, Ilussian and all steam baths the same as at Hot Snrinin. Hot and cold baths also driven. Jobu M'uImU. K'ntlertaker. S30J tseonn.l .et. 'irMtN! Ituipa! t'ocottMnttisifr! 0 oil.-t LOTH! LINOLEUM! w Niwhl lsw Prices.! 4irc Uarmsiiaiwl AMES. 1IEATT1K & CtK. ::t:! MAIN" ST. Special attention callexl to the new est de- siirns of ftinner Vroi i7 Bnoe-C'iiars. The trior Letnd nd tnreka Cases just arrived. Only the Strinntiy Piano Anil Clouirh & Warren Orsrau usetl at Mme. Ilauk's opcrr.tic concertB. E. Witz- mann sin. are sole agents for these tirst class instruments. Imniense Amount f (J ral nitons Adrer-ti-inj. The IWuiaMer-Goucral of the I'nited States seems to have been iersuadod by (he friends of tho lxiuiMana State Ixittery Coinpiiny to enter upon a soemin;' crusade j;ain--t this widely and iuvombly-kuoTvn Umeiicinl, as well as benevolent, institu tion. The NTi'W Yirk Hoc,', ol Sitndav. SeptemU'r 23.1, nilitdi-s to the beneli'ts llowine to tho management, and intimates that C'dl. tin-sliaua, tlie PoKtmatcr-jen-eral, seeiusto lie widely spreading the in formation that no one can assail the in tegrity of the IxMiisiana. Statu Lottery, and tho onlv thing to do is to communicate prior to November l:Jth (next draTringdav, theJltJS.U with M. A, Pnuphin, Xew Or leuns, La., who will give all information. Allcsstlosi Try Gombault'a Caustic Balsam. There never haa been a veterinary remedy to equal it u an application for all cause of lameness and tilemiahe. Pes, advertisement. Ml WD (DOB fully 25 PER CENT, been sold before. THE WEATHER. Igfldleailonsi. For Temtmee and the Ohio Valley, tlighlly warmer, fair weather, triads drifting to west aiwf south, loieer barometer. 9fe()oroloKieAl Report. MEMPHIS. Tesm.. Noveroher 6. 1K83. Time, i Bar. Ther. Wind. I Weather. 6;0S a.m. j 30.178 55 W. IClear. 2:l p.m. I 30.1(il tM N.W. iClear. 10:Wp.m. I 3l'.ffl7 54 X.W. IClear. Maximum tamDnratura. H7. Minimum temperature. 52. LOCAL rARAGRAPHS. Maude (".ranger to-night, in IlerSemnd Lore. The Chancery Court calendar is the same for to-dav as vestordav. No court was held yesterday. A meetine of the Legislative. Council will be held to-morrow, and of the Water Council the uay following. License to marry was issued vesterday T I. X':. l.l 1 T T tu uiuiii tciium uiiu Jennie lxnue, iian som E. Vick nnd Bettie Mitchell. The pool-room cases come up for trial to-tlay. They were pronounced gaming nouses, but tney were not rawed. t mwillni, i -if Ihn ITiinou. fllft- imtv mittee is called to assemble at the Peabodv at 7 :30 o clock, Thursday evening next. Robert Boone, charged with malicious cutting, got a three days continuance of his case in the Police Court yesterday. A motion for a new trial in the case of Florence Washington was overruled by the Criminal Court yesterday, and she was sentenced to two years. Carrie Swatne, a charming mmbtette, now plaving to good houses in St. Louis, begins an engagement at I-eubrie's The ater Monday night, appearing as "The Tomljoy." By reference to the railway time-tables on the fourth pase of the Appeal, it will be seen that the schedule of the Missis sippi and Tennessee railway has been changed. In the Circuit Court, yesterday, the suit of W. L. Kedditt re. the Louisville and Nashville railroad was on trial. lara agps are asked for the killing of three mules, near liartlett. An application for a charter for the Memphis stocL- ards and r arming Com pany was filed yesterday by K. 1). Fravser, X. Hoolh, S. P. Head, D. T. Porter, II. Seessel, jr., and 11. A. Hamilton. The Jesse Waggener case came up be fore Judge (.ireer yesterday on n motion for a new trial. The motion was over ruled, and defendant sentenced to a year's imprisonment. An appeal was taken t the Supreme Court. Witnesses appeared before the grand jury yesterday and gave evidence against the crap-shooters raided Saturday night. They were all indicted under the law making tho game a misdemeanor, and will be arraigned for trial to-day. At a sale made on Saturday at the courthouse of Shelby county, by S. I). Hays, clerk of the Supreme Court of Ten nessee, lot Xo. 67 Cnion street, in the city of Memphis, was sold to Edward C. Kirk, trustee for M rs. F.S. Blount, fors:i2o0. Judge Hadden continues to direct the attention of the Police Department to the bad condition of streets and alleys. Ala bama west of Main, the alley between Main and Second and between Jefferson and Adams were particularized yesterday morning. In pursuance of a resolution passed by the l-cgislutivo Council at its last ses sion a meeting of citizens is to le held on Friday nost, at 2 o'clock p.m., in the County Court-ro,im. The object of this meeting is to discuss the letter of the Memphis Water Company, and to devise some way to remedy the troubles therein set forth) nnd to obtain an ample supply of good, wholesome water, commensurate with the demands of a rapidly-growing city. The urand jury yesterday found an indictment charging murder in the first degree airainut J. M. Edwards, the slayer of Sam lioberts. Ho still declines to talk. Messrs. Wright-nnd (iantt have been em ployed for his defense, nnd Mr. Sain 1). Weakly lias been retained to assist in the prosecution. Another eye-witness to the murder has been found, and it is under stood tluit Charlie Moure has returned to Kerrville. Mollie Davis, the colored dudess who purloined a pair of valuable bracelets from the lady whom she was serving, was sent up to the Criminal Court by President Hadden yesterday morning. "She stated that ei,o was going to return them because they were too bimill for her, and wanted to know how much she would be charged for the time islie kept lUcin. President Had den replied: "I exot-it about tiirce years in the penitentiary." tien. G. W. Gordon, one of the State Railroad Commissioners, stated to an Ap peal reporter yesterday that the commis sion has reiuesteej the railroads to make a considerable reduction in tt,e rates of freight and cotton. The Chesapeake and Ohio has agreed promptly, greatly to the satisfaction of the people living along its line. Cotton, which was formerly SI 50 per hale from Covington, is now SI. The othr railroads have the matter nnder con sideration, aJ the result will probably be made known in a few das. Judge Greer yesterday morning called the grand jury tip from their room, and, stating that he had been informed that the deputy-ebemTy engaged Saturday night in executing warrants" frimi'sters" issued by that f ourt had acted in au un arrantod UJU'r, euid to the jury that it was their iTutv io nto UJa!tri ""d he de sired them alu,r J'-vinvs done so, to make mrt of the result ' aa vt iinvia av ajva w v . 4 and of the testimony before Bradstreet'a Agencv reports 222 1"" ures occurring in the i'nited States and Canada for the week ending November 2d. Tho United States had IH5, being fourteen less than the preceding week and forty one more than the corresponding week of 1S82, and sixty more than the same week of 1SS1. The Middle States had fifty-two, New England States nineteen, Southern States) thirty-one. Western states sixty two, and the Pacific States and Territories thirty-one. Canada and the Provinces had twenty-seven. A St. Louia drummer, whose name is suppressed in respect to the prominence of the linn he represents, not on a 'high" Monday evening and made himself con spicuously a good subject for the Police Court by wanting to "lick" evervliody he came in" contact with and indulging in o! scene and profane language on the public highway. Cant. O'Haver took him in, but had considcrahlf trouble getting him to the stationhousc. He jutt up a forfeit that does not cover the ienalty for the oilenscs h committed, and yesterday morning he ' was nneit i-.ni ana costs, ami orders issued for his rearrest if the total amount of tho line is uot forthcoming. Tturina tU interval between part first and second of the programme at Jubrie's Theater bust night Jndgo Hadden mac his apieanince npon the slage, wearing his usual patent smilo, bowed with a grace that would have done honor to Beau Brummcl, and, as soon the upplause sub sided, thanked the audience for their welcome. He felt, he said, very much re assured. Another st yrui ol applause broke j out, and. fl?r satixfving himself by a ! careful survey of the gjdleries that he ' would be secure from auv veevtable inter- i rttpUon, the orator piMcowli'd to orate. After running over the work of the Mo gartst, ire spoke of the welcome with which Minnie Iluuk and company had been re ceived as a proof of the uiusical cultiva tion of the people of Memphis. Ha de clared that lie belonged to the Xloxarts, and had at one time- proposed to become an active) member, but was prevailed upon not to attempt anything so ra&h aa a prac tical attempt at music. Befoit loag, how ever, he hoped to be able to sinir. Presi dent Hadden concluded by stating that Minnie Hauk and company" bad agreed to wait over until Friday, in order to onen the new Mozart Hall, and he hoped f her would be given an ovation. . DAMAGES FOR TRESPASS Ule Acainst tbo Telephone fomoany 7 a cirenll conrt smry. 'till Teit r iadge Pleree'a rkara the Jairjr. In the suit of Mrs. S. E. Hunt for dam ages against the Telephone Company, the reasons tor which have already Deen given, the jurv vesterday morning rendered a verdict for the plaintiff. The damages as sessed, -o, were commensurate with the injury. The points upon which the jury agreed will be found in the charge of Judge Pierce, which was as follows. The Cfeara-e. A telephone company which desires to put up wires and poles on the public streets for telephone purposes has no right in doing so to injure or interfere with pri vate property. If defendant, by its agents or employes) entered upon the inclosure of the plaintiffs and then cut off certain limbs from trees whicn were growing upon the land of the plaintiffs, without permis sion from the plaintiffs, the entry upon said inclosure for the purpose of cutting such trees was a trespass, and the cutting of the limbs From the trees another tres pass, and this was so even if the defend ants did it for the purpose of clearing a space for their wires outaide the inclosure, in case they had a legal right to clear such a space. And if vou find from the evi dence that such trespasses were commit- ted by defendant's agents you will render" a verdict for the plaintiffs for such damages as the plaintiffs suffered by reason of such tres passes. If yon find that the plaintiffs had growing on their land certain trees whose limls extended out over the public street adjacent to the land, and that such trees had been growing there and had occupied the space over the street for many years prior to the erection of defendants' poles and wires, without interfering with the use of the surface of the street by the pub lie generally, and without objection on the part of the public or the municipal au thorities, the allowing such trees to grow in that manner was a license to the plain tiffs thus to occupy the space over the street with the trees, and the parts of the trees over the streets remained the property of the plaintiffs. This license was revoc able, and might have been revoked by the municipal authorities by formal action on their part upon reasonable notice to the plaintiffs. An engineer, employed by the municipal authorities as District engineer, would not have the authority to revoke such license. If such license existed in this case and had not been revoked, the defendant had no right to cut and remove any parts of those trees over the streets for the purpose of putting up its poles and wires, and if the de fendant s agents, for the purpose of clear ing a space for the poles and wires, en tered upon the land of the plaintiffs and cut the trees, this act was a trespass and the plaintiff's are entitled to damages there for. The convenience of the defendant as to the position of its poles or the running of its wires or its furnishing telephone service to its subscribers would not justify or warrant it in committing a trespass in such case. If you find that any trespass was committed by the defendant upon the property of the plaintiffs, you will render a verdict for the amount of snch damages as have resulted to the plaintiffs as a natu ral and necessary consequence of the in jury committed. This will be bo whether the" defendant intended to do a wrong or not. If you further find that a trespass was committed on plaintiffs' property under circumstances of malice, ill-will, willfulness, or a reckless disregard of the rights rof plaintiffs, you may, in addition, to the compensating damages, give the plaintiffs exem plary or punitive damages in such sum" as in your judgment will properly punish the defendant for its wrong and will serve as an example to prevent tho commission of similar wrongs in the fu ture. The amount of such exemplary damages will be in your discretion, but you must find upon the evidence that there was malice, willfullness or reckless ness in the case in order to find such damages, anil without such evidence your verdict will be limited to compensatory damages in case you find for the plaintiffs. If vou find from the evidence that the defendant committed the wrong in ques tion under the honest belief that it was exercising a legal right, it would not be liable for exemplary damages, but this principle would not avail the defendant if from great recklessness or extreme care lessness it failed to inform itself or its agents failed to inform themselves as to what the legal rights of the plaintiffs ac tually were. AMUSEMENTS. The Ceiieert, Minnie Hauk made her second appear ance this season at Leubrie's Theater last night Ix-fore a flattering audience. She was received with considerable warmth, and her efforts were rewarded with storms of applause. Wagner's "Vision of F.Isa," from the opera Loltenyrin, which met with so much favor Monday night, was repeated by Mine. Hauk, as also Eckert's beautiful echo song. The encores were "Coming Through the Kye," and an air from Diana ile Stimuli; a" grand opera composed by the reigning Duke of Saxe-Coburg. Sigs. Montegrill'o and De Pasqualis sang first "a duet from Verdi's opera, Belisario, w hich created so favorable an impression that they were obliged to repeat it. Cow en's ballad, "It Wasa Dream," was exquis itely rendered by Signoretta Sali, who af terward sung with considerable effect, with sig. Montegriffo, a duet from Donizetti's Faem-itn, repeated as an eneore. Wjth De Pasqualis they sang, at the close of the first part, a trio from Verdi's Attila. This also was repeated. The pianist, Mr. Stern berg, was happy in his execution of the third and eighth numbers, Liszt's Jlmujarian Hhapsodie So. 2, nnd ) "F'antasie" from Scherwerka ( 6) "Pizzicato" from Delibe's "Sylvia." The love scene from the second act of Carmen formed part second of the programme. Minnie Hauk appeared in the title rrtle, her original character and that in which she appears to the best advantage. She is admirably suited to tlie part, succeeding in casting about it a charm with which no one else has ever been able to invest it. Pe Pasqualis the "Toreador," and Slonte griffo aa'M'on Jose," were quite accept able. lnuiiKii rHtioii or tlie? Sew 9lenart Hall. The great artistic success obtained by Minnie Hauk on her first appearance in this city (the statement of a previous ap pearance of that celebrated artist here being erroneous) induced the directors of tho Mozart Society to invite Mme. Hank and her company to inaugurate their new hall, corner of Second and Monroe streets, bv one of their classical entertainments. Mme. Minnie Hauk has very kindly con sented to remain in tho Bluff City and to sing at the new hall on Friday evening, November 0th. The cherus of the Mozart Society, under the leadership of Prof. Downs, will also lend their assistance. The programme hits been very appropriate ly composed by Mme. Hauk herself, who, during her four years stay with the Im lerial Operahouse of Vienna, frequently sung Mowirt composition both in grand opera and on iho concert stage. Among other selections she will also sing for the first time in Memphis, the celebrated air from Handel's oratorio, Samson, "Let the Bright Seraphim," with cornet oNigato. The programme will be as follows: PAST I. 1. The Watchword ... Cjro Pinsuti Sung by the chorus of the Motart Society . 2. Trio from Attila .Verdi Sig. Sali, Slg, Montegriflb and Ie Pasqualis. 3. C. Moll Sonata ., - ..Moiart Mr. Const. Sternberg. 4. Orand air from Oratorio. Samson "Let the Rrighl Seraphim," with cornet obligate . -....alandcl Mine. Minnio Hauk. 5. "IConpia Andrai," from Marriage of Figaro " s;;,:Tie"p nu&ri rinno cmho n uciurno.... CboDin h Piwicato, from 6ylvia...Diibe Mr. lonfit. Mem ber. 7. Duett 4,IDoTeprendet"from n MacicFlut Motart Mine. Minnie If hum w:d Star. Do PAqualt. Air fYomKiiroMte '"Aae?to 6t)Ufci.u .,. Y?rtli iSiif. Monterriflf. t Alr-Vuiche stete"from ittamMe of Fi- ro Motart Part Son!'. ....... ,, .Mendelssohn a O Hy with Me. tu H.,ar Froat. Xen fniiiw. PART II. Lesson Scene, from The Daughterof the Regi ment. boniietti Maria Mme. Minnie Hauk The Marchea Sig. Sali Su I piiio... jig. Pasqualis The entertainment will lie a musical and social event ol" uncommon order, and will undoubtedly unite at the new hall the wealth and fashion of the city. The number of tickets to be disposed of is lim ited to 450. The sale of seats begins this morning at Mansford's book store. Kande Urnutr. This famous American beauty and dis tinguished emotional artiste will begin a short season of three nights and matinee commencing Wednesday evening, Novem ber 7th, in tlie success of New York last season, entitle Her iSromf mv, written bv John A. Stevens. The title role will be assumed by Miss Granger,in which she has appeared i"n every city from Maine to Cal- tiornia, ana tr success has been unprece dented, amounting at iiirs to almost an ovation ; this being her first tour Ujough the South, and her success thus far has been very flattering. The story of Her Second Lore turns upon the familiar theme of an unhappy marriage. "Olga," a beau tiful Russian girl of low dearee, is encount ered by two noblemen on their travels. Both, of course., fall desperately in love with her, and, deteruiimng upon matri mony, they toss nennies for lier hand. "Count Ivan lH?niitorf" being, for himself, the unfortunate w inner. As might be ex pected, "Olga" and her suddenly-acquired husband do ut.t load the happiest of lives. The twaiu are next seen by the audience at a bal Miite at St. Petersburg. The "Count"' has been ilrinking and loses heavily at cards. "Olga" endeavors to get him to their home, but he, refusing her entreaties, sends iieraway in company w ith his friend. Disguised, however, she returns to keep a watch upon his revel. One of his companions proposes the health of a frail one as tlie loveliest woman in St. Petersburg, which leads the '"Connt" to boast of his wife's beauty, be further wagering -200,000 roubles "that she out shines anv woman in the land. -"Olga" does not feel at all complimented by ner husband's doings, and becoming a prey to her emotions, by her sobbing attract ,-T .-.: a .. . t - , , i vviuiuwo v aueuuuiu nis reoitruiBia "Ivan." her escort, to unmask and nrotest against his conduct, whereupon the hus- uanacnang ine mend, who is renowned for his severity, npon his lapse from virtue, as evidenced by the company he isfin. "Count Demidorf ' then repeats his boast and wager, and "Ivan" is about to strike him, when "Olga" throws off her mask and springs between them. In the following act the husband endeavors to have bis wife submit herself to the inspection of the arbitrators by whom the wager is to be decided. She of course refuses, not withstanding his plea as to straitened cir cumstances and his nrgent necessity for money, lie is about to resort to compul sion, When she throws at his feet the sum desired, obtained through the kindly in tervention of "Father Ramuzen." "01- Si's" renouncing of her husband then rings the act to a close. The piece ends with the flight of "Olga" to her home, the breaking down of ber carriage on the road, her sheltering in the castle of Ifer hus band's friend, the pursuit by her husband and his death, as an. escaping Nihilist, from the bullet of a guard, and "Olga's marriage with the friend. As will h sesn. the story is replete with opportunities for the dramatist, none of which have been neglected by Mr. Stevens, and the result is, as stated above, an extremely interest ing play. The company supporting Miss Granger is a very competent one. and srives entire satisfaction wherever they have ap- pearea. xnesaieoi seats oegins to-mor row morning at liollenberg's. . COTSTY B03DS. The Baals af Settlesaeait Aa;reel fgsasi ay the Commits.. From Mr. John Johnson, a member of the committee having under consideration the county's bonded debt and the best means of meeting the bonds at maturity, a representative of the Appeal yesterday obtained a full statement of their views and of the recommendations they will offer to the County Court at its next session. The debt of the county is in round numbers $-;joo,ooo. tit this amount $115,000 mature next April, f 110,000 in April, 1885, and 75,000 in April, 1S86. There are besides some coupons. The exact amount is not known, but is sup posed to be somewhere in the ncighlwr hood of $25,000. It is the desire of the committee to make some provision for the payment of this amount so that the county will be relieved of all annoyance in the way of mandamuB from that source in the future. The only question that remained to be settled in tne minds of the committee was as to whether or not it would be best to fund or pay. The conclusion was reached with very little delay that it would be no trouble to place so small an amount when the county offers sufficient guarantee pledges her entire property, valued at about $30,000,000. Under the law they must be issued in such a series as to fall due at intervals of five years. The basis of set tlement then for the bonds which mature next year is as follows : First series, maturing 1W. .A 10,000 Second series, maturing lffti 15,000 Third series, maturing 1W 20,0no Fourth series, maturing 1004....- 25.11)0 Fifth series, maturing W9 25.000 Sixth series, maturing 1914 :S0,ti00 Total .25,0U0 As bonds'are due also in 1885 and 1880, new bonds must also be made in the same way for those years, making $10,000 pava ble in 1889-90-91, $15,000 pavable in 1893-94-95, $20,000 payable in 1S.97-99-1HO0, and so on. These figures would be strictly ac curate except for the circumstance that the amounts due in 1864-&-c!i are on equal, the smallest amount. $75,000. fall ing due in 188i. It is not presumed that any objection will be iound to this scheme, but it is made known in time- to admit of full discussion. PERSONALS. B. Wr. Brows, of Beardstown, 111., vis ited the Merchants Exchange yesterday. D. Vast Goriier, West Memphis, Ark., was among yesterday s arrivals at Gaston a. Johs G. RrxxEtxs, advance agent of sens uros. circus, passed through the city yesterday. If. C. CHBYSEY.'Southwestern passenger agent Sioux tjity route, with oltice at (Joun cil Bluffs, la., was in tlie city yesterday. Sol Solmsos, Dyersburg; Dr. James Dryoon, Jjicue iuk-k ; - iviuiurougn, Atoka, and J. J. Reeves, Saulsbury, visited the Cotton Exchange yesterday. Minxik Hack took a long walk along the river banks and through the city yesterday morning. At noon she was seen in the park, a big sack of peanuts in her hands, and leedmg the squirrels. Flora W.Chexv, of Macon, Ga., fell in love with Hugh N. Goldsmith, of Stone Mountain, in that State, and "Goldy" re ciprocated. But "cruel parents" inter vened and refused to give their consent. "Goldy" therefore proposed an elojiement to Texas, and forged his father's name to a check for $500 to raise the necessary capital. But at the last moment Miss Flora, like a good girl, declined the propo sition, and the officers getting on to "Goldy's" racket thev arrested him and he is in jail, a wiser if not a better man. LAW REPORTS. Criminal Court Urerr, Jodie. Calendar for to-day: Nos. 90 to 101, S. H. Haynes; 92, 93, Sam B. Williamson ; 150, 151, Claude Freeman; !M, 95, Howell Sielei; 90, 91, Luke Powers; 88, 89, Daley. Chancery Conrt McDowell, Judice. Additional calendar for to-dav: Nos. 4209, Cordes vs Taxing-District; 4210, Benson vs Taxing-District ; 4t!7, Cohn vs McCarney ; 4tt39, Cohn vs Deloach ; 4i40, Kohlbry vs Krim ; 4(i41, Ellis vs Brylnn; 4042, Sims vs Brylan ; 4043, Dougherty vs Dougherty; 4644", Black vs Creath; 4045, Palmer vs Taxing-District; 4t4(, Gavin vs Taxing-District; 4047, Gavin vs Taxing District ; 4548. Bell vs Pride ; 4049, Bern heim vs Meister; 4050, Rothschild vs Meister; 4051, Daly vs Slaughter; 4052, !ossett vs Kison ; 4053, Ames vs Botto ; 4051 , .strong vs G uion ; 4055, lied vs Red ; 4050, Mullaly vs Clerks Building and Ixian Association; 4057, McKinney vs McKin ney ; 4ti58, Stillman vs Gnion. LETTERS FROM. THE PEOPLE. A Complaint Agaiast tha alrrc-l Rail, road. To the Editors of the Appeal : Monday evening one of the old-style blue cars, capable of holding thirty ieo ple, passed the corner of Madison and Main streets, going south, at 6 o'clock sharp. Five people hailed that car at that Doint, and, without stopping, the driver mlormed them that lus car would turn into the stables, and they umst take the car immediately following. The next car was one of those boh-tailed affairs, and was already crowded almost to suffocation, when the aloresaid nve people crowded in also. Why not run the large cars until 7 o'clock anyhow when the weather is bad, so as to give everyone a chance to breathe at least, even if they do have to stand up? Almost everybody is compelled to take the cars going home on rainy evenings, and one glance at our streets about G o'clock will convince anyone that all the street cars owned by that corporation will not more than accommodate them. MULE BOX. HOTEL, ABltlVALS. Paabedj Hotel. C. B. GALLOWAY A CO .PaoraigTORg. Kates 02 50 and fit per day, according to lire add location of room. J C Mayer, Misa P H Gale! X V JFWaUman. NY H Horne.Tenn A C Sanford. Ark J h hittlo, Ohio 11 M Alexander, Miss K E 0 reen, Tenn It L Welch, Ark C W Kicks, St Louis D V Summers, X Y FA Harris, Pa li McCracken, Ohio J C Venten, Ala Wb Hodges, Miss F 11 Holmes, Tex J M lirai-ie. Ark J K Wood, Ark Miss T Cohen, La J L Watts, city J Lang, Ky J H Ouiglcy. C OA S K R 1. li Uin, v o x o K K t -w tint, jr. city V. ... Kl 111, Jl , ,"l T If . . V V it tsnckner. . t I A Marx, Cincinnati Miss It ft Claiborn.Tenn T Montgomery, X Y S Lehman, Ky J L Stein, X Y J C Simening. Md H P Erane. Ohio. M S H liamiti, la J:W lonimerton. Mo R E Kradford. Pa SL r leklin, city E Sleight, X V W W Hall, X Y L A Noble, X Y Miss A riai,Uns Ga C 11 Hyatt, XV J ft i raves, rily ZIVFKly. Pa X W Beptist. Tenn .N Yi isepust, lenn n tsiinnmon, i D R Kitten. M A V RIl Ft' Jacobs. X Y C R Simonton, Tenn J W Frits. X Y E R Collum, N Y j i-iibiip. rkj M Oliver, Fulton .1 I. Anderson. Tann T r a. rr 1 L tiawrenee w, lex J 1 Murphy Aw, Teuu t w:ti:- j; "-A T..wnF. Tea Mlsi Miss M MoCulloch, La ffyt " -su n u r leming, city H anee, -- M W ttarrison, Ala J Torre ast, - - oB, iliJS F C Cummins. Misa d ? ' G Simpston, X . g L Xeill. eity R P Spalding, St Louu B II Buckley. Pa (j Scraichley, S O . "U'U- T . Mrs J B Heath. Come J -!",rd' Pt J?1" . W Sbowen, SO' h EColnniaa. St Louis R H Urant, X Y 11 Smiih, . ei,5 M A Kitchen. Canada J k W ooley, Ky DARidgew.y.Tean t C Bell, Little Rock S A Donglaa, Tena E P t oltins. Miss C M Adams. X 1 Miss L shivers. Tenn Clj.ke.Tenu E W-nlf. jr., ky J W Hvatt Aw, Newark JFHall, Ky H F Williamson, ky B H Pope, Miss W L Taylor Aw, Tena J J IMdney, Tena BFHieks.Ky - JH frwin. k Mise J Kidenonr, Ohio W E Scanl.n, Ark CT Foot, Mo , JR Atkinson, Miss OA tSibJoJ, Miss. ' liew Claisraetoai Hotel, Ealarccel. t. n HtJVT . ... ..Mahagse. L" D" HBB .a 50 per day. Jao Tnttla, Ohio O Kinney. Tens G E Brant, Ohio JB Swift. Mo W Babbitt. X Y W B Perkins As. Misa J oiipltt. St Lonia G R LampSci-vJo E May, 111 S R Fallis. Iod T Brant, Obio T K Trauber, Miss R L Conway, Tenn W RatctiSe, Ohio A B Kinnell, Ark M L Tonney, Tex J Turtle Aw, Ohio S Paris, ky Mr L Hicks, Ohio E C Clark. Ky C J Kimball, la : W C Powell, Tenn R R Jamas. Ark E Squire. .Mo, T Duncan, Ohio TT-D S Sloeam, Miss"" M C Bums. Tenn " Mrs R birkerson. Tenn T C Robinson, Mist A F Bushing. Cal S C Baluir, Tex. special apTsxrg aarasni KLLa .. 'crscr. J Runnel!.. E Miller, B bans, K Salter. E Caslleloa. Caateua-B Hotel.' European Pisa. Enlarged and Refurnished. w unT v 'i, i !',w M kxsuob el rootti. W. H. B1XUUAM MAXAGKft. W T Smith Aw, Mi- C Jennings, Ark ClJotM.JIi,, H T Sharp. Ark T A Ruby. Tenn 4 w lk..i. v v J M Xiehole, Misa J P Pendgen, S C M Carpenter, Ky J U Kendall. Ark O Cohen, St Louis w r bite, X V J M Vanderpool, Miss D C IlallidaT, Miss J M Asbbell Aw. Mias J C Kimbroaarh. Mis r. nienards, .Mis Miss Colby. Ala J T McBride Aw, Tax T 0 liurst, Ala I B Elan, Tena J V Little, Tenn T K Cole, Xasbvill. 6 W Page. Ark RWHin, Ark w W P McEwan, Xas hrille George Colby, Ala M 5 Jay. Tex . -I anderpool. Ark Mrs Mil ilarcbisou, Tena GW W hit. Tenn WC Campbell, Tena IB Knowltoa, Ark E M Pattison. Mo J Iionarant Aw. Misa . 6 M Tyler At Wiat, J. C. WYCK0FF, 4T the Clarka of the BMemaae-r Kate Aataaaa, Kakew a atatemrat i to tho Adair ay Wo. tela tho Boarro Heel Was KsxtaMarerotl of Ilia lafe. Mr. J. C. "W'vckoff. the second clerk of the Kate Adams, who it was erroneously stated had shot and killed a colored decker on that boat one day last week, furnishes the Appeal with a detailed statement of all the circumstances connected with the affair. The negro still lives, and is in a lair way to recover from the wounds re ceived in the difficulty, brought about by his own unwarranted conduct toward the officers of the Kate Adams. A Fall nttatramrat of tho Farts Taaehiaa; asse jiesa vreiareiaoBi assnaeaistx. MtxraiB, November , 1883. To the Editors of the Appeal : I now give you a full statement of the facts connected with the Ned Creiirhton difficulty which occurred on the steamer Kate Adams Uctober rfOth. I have been wronged by false statements riven vou bv parties who certainly knew nothing about the affair, and I know yon will not hesi tate to correct the hrst reports published. They are as follows : It is a rule on the steamer Kate Adams for clerks to iro on deck and collect deck fare after leaving funnower ijinuing going np. air. Campbell and myself were running deck at this point. We started alt and came forward. I was on the side of the boat next to the deck bar. In per forming this duty we have to keep a close watch and see that no one passes without a ticket. They often step by, especially if they resemble a roustabout. On this occa sion 1 saw a man pass Mr. Campbell, and noticed that he did not stop hiin. I called his attention to him. The nesro walked around some other passengers, came to me, and threw his ticket on the floor with oaths. I picked tlie ticket tip and found it was only to Malones Landing, which we had passed. He gave tne a complete cursing, and 1 would have taken anything, for he stood in a position so I could see his hand upon his pistol, daring me to put my liand in my pocket, which command ment 1 obeyed" verv readily. I left him standing near the deck bar "and went out and asked the mate to land the boat and put him ashore, which he did, about five miles above Sunflower Landing, lie first said be would not go ashore, but changed his mind and got off, remarking, "I will get even with you both," meaning the mate and myself. I did not see hiin again until our return trip down, he came aboard at or near Malones Landing. Mr. Wirtt, the watchman, heard him say, as he came aboard, that he and his partner came aboard to clean up the boat. I had told Mr. Campbell not to sell hiin a ticket if he came aboard, but to get the mate to land tlie boat and put him ashore to avoid trouble. Mr. Campbell was running deck just above Knowltons; he came to me said that bad negro was aboard again, and that he had ordered him to get off at the first landing, which was Knowltons. Fearing that Mr. Camp bell might have trouble with him, I went down on deck just as the boat was landing at Knowltons. I asked Mr. Campbell ii the man had gone ashore. He said no ; that he had sent the watchman and the two captains of the watch back after him. I went back in the deck-room, and when near the deck bar saw the watchmen and negro close together, the latter talking very loud and saying that he did not in tend to go ashore at Knowltons; that he would die first. By this time I was near enough for him to hear me walk; he turned to see who it was, and as soon as he saw it was me, began firing at me with a pistol, lie tired two shots at me before I could get my pistol out of my pocket. I opened tire "on hiin as soon as possible. bile I was engaged with hiin bis partner ran up and drew a pistol, plac ing it within two feet of my head, and would have blown the top of my bead off if it had not been for one of the roasters, who caught his hand and held it fast. It was rather dark in the deck-room, and fortunately for me, too ; they could not see how to shoot with any accuracy. Xed and his partner ran ashore, firing at every man they saw. Ned fired one shot at Mr. Ter rell j who keeps the landing. He returned the shot with a Winchester riHc, forty-four caliber. It went through him. His part ner then commenced shooting at the mate ; be also fired one Bhot nt Mr. Campbell, who was standing in the yard and made a narrow escape. Both of them ran and did not seem to be hurt, but we learned on our Op-trip that Ned received four shots, while his partner received two. Ned was reported in a dying condition, but on our last trip up (Saturday, 3d I, heard he had crossed the river and joined his gang. Ned made it lively for the old man and old woman who had kindly cared for him while he was wounded. He got the old man's shotgun and tried to shoot the old man and old woman, but fortunately for the old couple the gun was not loaded. The negro neighbors talked of lynching him for his conduct. But Ned is all right now, and from what he says is satisfied using his remark said he went aboard the Kate to clean out the crew, but she was too long for him. The alcove is a true statement, which, if necessary, can be proven. Respectfully, JOI1X C. WYCK0FF." ADIsITIOSAI, RIVER XEWf. YicKSHritoj November (!. Departed: Paris C. Brown, Cincinnati, 4 a.m.: Future City and barges, St. l.onis. i) a.m. : Arkansas City, St. Louis, I, a.m . ; V ill Kyle, Xew Orleans, 6 p.m. New Orleans, November 0. Arrived: W. P. llnlliday, and R. S. Hayes and barges, Si Louis. Iiepnrted: Hayes and barges, St. Louis. The W. P. Halliday returns to-morrow. The C P. Chouteau is loading for Memphis, and will leive to-morrow. 1RY GOODS A5D XOTHttS. OTTEKHEIMER & SCHWARTZ. Xos. :!IU-;l(jli Main Street, Are QlTerinc Extra Hargadu Tit in Mok In DRESS GOODS! -AXIS- HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS! Red Table Damask at 4.c a yard worth wceaia. Pars I. inert, Whit and Cream, at 3M- worm ao eenis. 4'herhed and Plain Crash, 3c worth lOe 10-4 Blenched Sheeting at 20e worlhSOe aia"It will i,ay everybody tqcall and examine our Stock and Prices before purchasing elsewhere.' scZeai. JCNT RECEIVER, 50O pairs Children's Shoea at 50 rents normal. s SOO pairs Misses' fthoesat a 1 worth M. DO NOT FORGET THE PLACE, 364--3G( Main Street CORSETS. VHNKKXUKOTIfKKS, Agts ri KiryC-oes-i U vcw iitoJ :-f! footer t it wearer U; e-fl too taoTK-y J.il be rep.a-Ud tv UMpwsoa fram whom it WMbr u;- rne only Corset -i-on-.tleed b.T en- lwtipjf - s .! lalarti. to the f-r, M.1rivnN . .a " a caaortwbM, and p-rr.-ci tti:g A. - rdr FWClC-k by Kan. rMtage rU F.csltli Pi i m i -iso 1-te. .r-iaiMta.e tkseaaiaal elra beany 1 S a N'ansag, I catrk PreaerTt-.! (e el't - Partju aksM-asaveeiiita, ai-e. araata of tath tt'tali tseaiere .uiirtes i-uH', h N, .T -,, t y-1...- T"r Tha ftlerehaatg BusineesMen and Maasea generally fyf Sonb Missouri e in mm ".WEST and Xorth Arkana. aavarfws'ia ttit PLAIXS'MO.I JOl'RX At..-.' Ga theljie.of the Kansas City, PpriagSeld asd Miapii:saUraad. Circulation nearly IMu. Estahluhed 11 years; 8 eolamas to page, four pares, amd iu it son . Rates reasonable, lor which, adUcjs -.. JUl'P.X L, iriait t : -ta. J.Q. Annual Meeting of Stock widers rx. THE Memphis & Charleston R.R. Co. THE Anpnalileetinref the Stockholder in tha Memphis and Charleston Raiinsd Company for the election of Directors and the transaction of other appropriate battue, will b held at Ht.-3iTtlWa.Lf, AI.A-.oa Tneaslay, KoToanhrr SO, laaS. Transfer books will remain closed from Septem ber lota to Xorember &4h, both ineiusire. Tha areata at tbe several stations will famish etookholdcrs with tree tickets to and from toe SMtiu. H. C. W1LTOX. Seeretart. DISSOLUTION. THE partnership heretofore existing- between tbe undersigned nnder the firm nam. of Bow line A Gleuning, Blafl City Photograph Oaiiary, Is this day dissolved byatutaal eonsent, saviaa sold oar entire tatarast to Mr. John H. Atoyston. Weeordiaily recommend our auecssor to all oar fri.ada. CEO. B. BoWf.LSG.. -.. J. B. ;lk.nxik. Memphia, Oetobsr . laiS. Ml- L f mm teyy TO REACH KOT1CE. Notice to Shippers. Mississippi asd Tn-nsn Railsoab, 1 MiaPBta, Tsars., October i, lsss. ar This Company haa onened a fllv rrelarha OaBea, located at No, SI aladlaon atreet. where contracts will be made and Kills l.adina; issued for Cottoai to Xew Orleans and all foreltra avorta, via Tha tireat aoaitaicra, mil a.aae. st tne lowest carrent rates. Threagh Kills ky Teasels arnajrantaad to Ifaaaj-o A 1. Mr. A. J. KXAPP is in charge of the office. M. Bl'RKK. ften'l Snp't. (Bin Machine Company MASCT ArrtTRERS OF MILBURN'S Patent ECUPSE HULLER L ROLLER BREAST GINS Elaters and Candensers. siteana Eog;laes. Cotton Preoses, Oil-Mill Maehlnerr and all Kinda or Iron and Brasa Caatlnsra, Haass Fronts. Fences, Ete. KAIL.RUAD, STEAMBOAT AM It MILL WORK. Have on hand eonstantly a Larsre Sloeh of S hartlna-, Pnlleya, BolUnsj and dig,. WrlsThta Material or all Kinds. ATLAS and other Enarhaea always In atooh. We are Taoroas;BlT Ialpped to do all Easiness aertaialaa; to tho FOl'BIDBT and MACH1XE SHOP. Cor. Shelby and McCallSts.,and Nos. 1-3-5-7 Front, Cor. Auction,Mera phis M, C. PEARCE. President. JOHN K. SPEED, HOME eMnlDsiieCyMnte ALSO AGEXTS FOR Phernlz, or London Assets, M.OOO.OOO; Eire, or England-Capital, hS.OAO.OOO; Crescent, or Xew Orleans Capital, oa.OOO.Ooe. -WElARAXTEE RELIABLE INDEMNITY.- BOOTS AMD SHOES DAVID PAKK HADDEN & Madden AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Xo. 270 Front Street. - Memphis, Tennessee. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO WEIGHING AS WELL AS SALES OF COTTON. HAVK OUR own Warehouse. All Cotton insured unless otherwise instructed. Amv'e rmeil,4 f advances on Cotton, ijuioa: aalea and prompt returaa ta our J. R. GODIVIX. J. R. GODWIN & CO. And Commission Mcrcliants, 336 Front St., Cor. Union, Sfeinphis, Tenn. II. B. HOWELL. H. B. HOWELL & CO. COTTON FACTORS, No. 26S front street, 3Ieiinliis, Tennessee. .WETTER & Co. !.Timn-i,'iu:ii.i,H," t 1111 m t cm iStt, THE LA It COOKING AND HEATING STOVES V IX THE SOUTH, CALL AM E.VAHIXE OI'R PRICKS IIEFOKE IMRCII A SIX. 185.1. - - - MEMPHIS, TEXX., AXD H. G, HOLLENBERG'S MUSIC HOUSE I Taro larsro floors HI led with Flrat-Claaa Oldest and most Reliable Honse, at LOWERx PRK'EH, for fash or on Installments Mloeh of over U,OOOdlBTerent SInslral Compositions. XOVtl.TIKsl reeetred dally oa-The most experienced Ttiners wnd "erkraen employed. stes. Doan & Co. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors, No. 13 Union street, Memphis, Tenn. H Ss IS IMPORTANT T PAKEXTS AXD OTHHM-THI OK rHASi' HOME. We bare had a mat imnrnrement in the health of our children by the use of Swift's Specific n bad among tbe children some who bed scrot als notably one ease in which it was 1 nmiafiVablj Hereditary. We got turn, of Swift's KpeeiSc aad gave it to thl. ease, and in a short while it was eured sound aud well. It was as bad a ease, I think, as I ever saw, and has been ander excellent physicians with no permanent benefit. We hare been riving it to all the children aa a health tonic. '. hare four children and one searostr!l whe, for y.ar, haTS nlt.rwrl inuhBlv .rcrf s..rtiiflr with errsiDelaS. and thongh they bad been taking pwift s hieeinc only m small aoaes a a healih tonic, I hey all, tritbout exeeplion. pMSed through this spring without a touch of the complaint. A ..., I -.1 - ,.1 ,K- inoiinnn.. who fau been Ua us for Tears, has been troubled wilh a moat ?Iu Th. knows remedies that are prescribed tried all the """ fc t fht nl, b-n cured by 1 " . - . Cuutnsl. axis:! Hansl had ao return of takir r-wirt -r"; tae hfo4; " , t . ' It Is sSCi xcelleat tonic, aad keepa ta. bliod so ?u7t. that tne system is le. liable! loaaa. tract dieVas All of th. tcrs aad children who an old enongh to know, arref with are is t lieving it is th. greatest medicine known. Jty fiilh im it is unbounded, and I aad take great rleMtir. m recommending it 1 to every one. I can at all time, be found at thH-"; and will take pleasure in seeing ereorre.ponding with any who is interested in the remedr. ftgr. L. 11. PALNK, Oarnax.' HoM, Ataeoa. tsa. Oar treatise on Blood aadEkia Disease, mailed " wU5B 8WLTT SPECWIO CO., n ttrxwer . Atlanta. a. Art School. PKOf. W. C 8AXDERS tropoae, opanint as Art School, for tiching Cdi Painting in ail iu branebss. ta M.mpbis, early inOctober. Ad dre. for the preaeot. ear. of Trsstswnsa Kates, Ml Haia street. Vice-President. BUX F. PRICE, iecreUry. AX ELEGAXT VARIETY AND LATEST STYLES! Stork Equal to any In the Soiithwrat. Sua torn Work a Specialty. Xeaanrea Taken. LLNKHAUER & LEHHA1I 293 MAIN STREET. JOHN M. FAKRINGTOX. Farrington, motto. I- D. MIXLIS. J. II. COCKE, t i tw " i rl.UTsJU EST STOCK OF LITTLE KOt'K, ARK lss3. tMAXOM and ORtlAXM. Bojr frona tho rXDERTAKERS. ii ,au ' f.K- JMIVi.-fiiSi?--?.!! Funeral Directors, 320 UIAIJf STREET, HEMPIIIS. BURIAL ROBES sad Cofln Hardware. Orders by Telegraph promntly filled, aad Cases ship- pedC.O.U. h;, a. thoms, IJXIKKTAIER, 201 MAI. STREET, MEMPHIS. METALLIC CAPES, Caskets, Coffins, Burial R iN. ate..eu. CO.li.tird.rsbr lelturraoh f-'.'ll7rlll''- ' Krelchgaucr & TomHnson, iBrrcnsoas to Jito FtaaxaTTl, rrtniL mnrCTAmsV. N1 09. S!7 ANIXU SECUXp bi., ME.MPII 19 A Fall Lin. of Metallic Case, aad Uaekata Cloth-Covered Caskets, Burial Robes, eta., alway a. mmA. aiarC.O.D. Ord.ra Lr TslMTSlik WU rassirsttl arsBpttitraiwa, T.lepkos. o. 4 Mitt! I .tauis nnnnAY & ridgely, tallors, a Madlaoat htroot, laylta aa tnsperUan of their anHraled Fall aavd Win tor Itoek of IXPOBTEB CXOTRat, CAMMIMKREIt AHa WaRSTEDat, aaada eapreaaly far theaa hjr the stoat English and Froaioh Maanrajetarors. HOWE SCALES ! DIEBOLD SAFES ! THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF To be Foaad la the Southwest. Also, Complete Line of Stoves and Tinware! ORGILL BROTHERS & CO. AROUSE CURE -- STOP- ek- sT1" TRAOE MARK. V' RECISTKREO," THE CHEAT Lit Ell ItEMEIkV. Bat aa drink what yon please, for It will not salirate rou. Onlv a half teaspoonfal at a dare. Price. 7.V. rold by all Retail Druaaiste and Medicine Dealers. W. X. 1TILKEKSO A- CO.. M holowtilo Aet'ttlH, !HtuiIiiw, Touts. COTTON FACTORS, No. 300 Front MM-cct, : : Memphis, Tonu. DISSOMTIOV. THE Jrm of DILLARD. ARMISTEAD A Ll'XDKK haa been delved by the death ol T. 11. Dll.. LAKD. Tho survivina partner, axauiu. .11 linkilili.s of. and will oollect .11 aiuoukta due. said arm, and will euntiaue the business under the firm name of ARMISTEAD & LUNDEE, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, 16 and 18 Union atreet. Momohli. Tenn. MoHaCOOVER & Co MAXI'FACTl'ItEItS OF Doors, Sash,Blinds and Moldings ALL KJNDS OF DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES, Oravkets, Scroll-Work, Itouifh and Irrsnol I.nmlirr, Shliiflm, Ljitb, T.U 161 to 179 Washington St., Memphis, Tenn. Poplar Sti-Mt Ca- Catry yoa to tha Marksthous., One Fqtiare from the Mills. OZANNE- DENISON a COMPANY. Va! a ' Jga jf " . II siZ! f It t?" J.W. CALDWELL h BO. rrocers sCotbm Factors S24 FRONT STREET, RIEItlPHIS. LMIEPENDENT A XII SOT FOR COTTOX-SEEII, wr. tuiAKAX-rr.E hai laFAnioN t oyer uom WHOLESALE DRESSED WESTERN MEATS, No. 228 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. LSTABIsISHD IN 1864.1 STERNBERG & LEE Jobbers of CIGARS,T0BACC0 & SMOKERS AIITICM S al Front Slrtx?!. Corner I'nloti. MmhIiI- JXO. PL Toor. E. L. MeilOWAM. MSDyrooi Wholesale Grocers No. 274 FRONT STREET w. . rTf(Hk, ( at ton nalaaman. iisab Advanea Made IV. IL OMlbmitb. WB.Galbreathfe Co, C0TTOMFAGT0RS, 11 Union Street, BEAJ3T & CARROIil. iMiolesalc & Retail Paints & Pailnters'.Supplles, Window Shades, Window IVO. Sl 1H4IW STREET. t t T ESTABLISHED 1849.1- THE OLDEHT CA.I ASI SFEOHT & WHOLEAALr CANDY MANUFACTURERS A3fD DEALERS I. TOYS AXI FIREWORKfi, nriaooda Csvarawfeoal aa saaasrsaent.d. Orders for Parti ea and Woddtnara Taken. 87 M4IMWOX HTREET. MEWPIIIW. TFA. lT0R0Ajrj.TEUT7uu JOHN ROPER, Late of Jag, Hopar A Bra mil. Vholosalo GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS AXD sTOMMISSIIOX MXRCH AXT8, Wat. S ItalaaMroo..... .Chtjrow- BIok) -Trmphia. Tt-aaaMaM, Your Torpid Liver. Your Yellow Jaundice. Your Chills and Fever. -with ll'.AI.t.ltN IX st(,m:s,kax(ji:s TINWARE, ('fa it n tlellers. Lamps, Oils, Coiil-llmls, Vnst's"1 AKnlo-wnre, -ti.il. I .fltTI, ai. l ain I Knjunre. ll V IIMm,: IX AXY C0.1II1IXATI0X. STILL IX THE 111X0. pahiiih who no niKiAtsaj nttn n storage uo. km. i. Bmnr. i lie wan & Cotton Factors. MEMPHIS, TENN. Handling of Cotton a elpseialty. Liberal on Consignments. J. M. Folk. Memphis, Tenn. Glass, Looking Glasses, Etc.1, 1 WEWPIIP". wr:k. TUY IIOl SE IX THE CITY. WALTER