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llutuur (o KCRRiT RIDOELT,)
ii In receipt of a lare-er, more varied and better se
lected stock of CXSSlllEEES,TrOKSTEI)S, SLIT1XGS
Heal,) tha was ever shown
toek comprises tho choicest
tad most dnraUe goods in gentlemen's wear.
J0 Samples u4 Frices oa
wko have left measures.
Nsvj Stock Open
. TTTT Xf. a-AtiM ia-MArfii11 annnnnca a thm tmhlio that wa h&v onennd an Auotinn Hoars.
W and will conduct the General Auction
ftt.ret, in the We biter Block. Having aesured
tnntn Anrttmn Kaln imin. who hai a lone
prepared to make sale1" at RtiSiDENOUS or KlORttllOUSES, and will pay parricuUr atten-
aud PROMPT BBTCLKMENTd W will make apeoial ratee with Attorneys, Adminis
trators, Assignees, Sheriffs. Commlasionera and Guardians. Hal el at our (salesrooms daily
etl-0 o'clock a.m. and at 7 o'olook p.m., and Trade Sales one a week, the djy to be an
nounced hereafter. Consignments ot Merchandise of every Kind aniicitea.
H. lH'ATUOkh fc CO., LlceuHed Auctioneers.
J. R. MoT)ONAI,n. H.le.men. .
Three Nlh" and Saturday Matinee Com
mencing Tbnrnday, November II,
The Distinguished Actress,
Supported hyChes. A. Watkina's Company,
in Frank Unrvey's Greet Comedy Drama,
rTbie wonderful play has had an un
interrupted run in London, England, of
over 700 performances."
Nov. lo-Mira KATE FORSYTH la Maroell.
Dairy maids' Festival."
1 Tableau " Palrymaida "with Solo.
5 O'clock in tbe Morning. "...Miaa Saunders
Selection Mlas Dunlap.
Selection Mra. Berry.
4 Tableau w th
8olo " Coniin' Thro' tne Bje."
Miaa Anna Belle Raymond.
Misaea Camp and Ebeily er d Meters. Knowl
ton and Uriffilh.
S Reoltatlon.
"Thoia" Miaa Julia Ruth Bill.
7" Hu m aniphone."
Open Daily from 1 until 10 :30 p.m.
Open Siturdaya Iron 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
DERS. Eagaaement 1 hie Week of the
Creol Wonder, EM1LV LANDKY, the
Rearded and HairyUirl. Signor GIOVAN
NI, and his flock ot educated Canary Birds.
A Hundred other Curiosities, and aUrand
Entertainment in the Bijou Theatre
Reierved Keats intheTheat-r, 10. Extra..
NO. 1 FRUIT FARM 40 acres ,4 mi'eseast
ot oity, V-mile aouth of Race Track, on
M. and C. H.R. ; frame bouse of six roome
and out-bnildicgsgood as new; place all un
der good plank fence, and all In enpivntion
orsetin fruit. Apply to MINTER PARKER,
or A. '. MARTIN, m Main street.
Address J.
Good atand.
thia office.
Window Sba-es, etc., lust received.
Special bargaina thia week. Wholeale and
3i3 Main street.
HOUSE Two atory fr'me, eight rooma,
stables and onthonsesi lot 4VHxH'0;
title warranted; in first class order; can be
bought at half it value if cash ia paid down.
Addresa B. T. R- Carrier No, 6.
AT A BARGAIN A good paying German
Boardinghouee In Helena, Ark., owner
-wishing to retire. For farther particulars,
inquire at BRBNER'S, in Helena, Ark.
HITZFELD'S Oil, Fluid and Gas Stoves,
for light housekeeping, 233 Second st.
AFIW Heating 8toves, second hand, good
as new. Cheap. HlIZFBLD,2d3 Becond.
Addresa W
thia office.-
LOT Choice Fort Pickering lott no city
taxea. DR. HINSON, 279 Main at.
FRAME Cottage, on enr. Rayburn av. and
Georgia st. lot 56x170. with a hnuao of 6
Tooma, In good order. Thia la a oholoe piece
of property, and oan be purchased on easy
monthly payment by paying part oash. Ap
jply Minter Parker or A. J. Martin, 28tf Main.
PLANTATION-On the Arkanaas River,
Linooln County 400 aorea in high atate
of cultivation ; 1640aealn tract; well im-
f roved ; a leans gin, 2 large barna, 21 good cab
na and handsome dwelling, 7 rooma, with 20
aores lawn in front. Liberal terms. Apply to
372 and 374 Front street, Memphis,
or J. QAWRETT. Saraasa. Ark.
rriFK.LD'SOil, Vapor and Gas Stoves
for light hooaekeeping. an reconq oi.
HOUSE AND LOT The J. A. Hayes, Jr.,
residence. No. 362 Vance street. Apply
U W. O. UAYE. State National Bank.
6 Washington
J' Hand Press,
for ni
nine-eoiumn paper;
at No. 37 Union at.
good ss new.
AlF.i. Jonea k Co. 'a., one moe gentle
XX buggy MAKE that any lady oan any
or ride perteotly Bale.
TTKSIDKNCK-Noi. Sfi.nd 88 Market at. I
XV in (nod repair; lot Apply to
M. O. KENNEDY. 4TH Mostly at
P. 6bAME8.LBnK-nATf itk CO.,
No 363 Main atreet.
little need, and in good condition . Ap
A r r a a u ur riv a .
mim nd Sit urea of the St. Else
J. Hotel, Meridian, Miaa, Twenty-five
eommodioua rooma, within three minatei
wark of the Union Depot; large aample
room o the atreet next door ; now doing a
ood buatneea aid popular. Can be had at a
bargain if applied for within the next thirty
days. Apply to unariea aiuui, proprietor,
Meridian Miaa.
sr.r uitddti r In the atnreheneea anr)
J Senate Hnilding. occupied by B. Low-
natelfj k Bros.'; must be removed at pneej,
Apply U JUHW nam, cunuer.
NEAT COTTAGE Of ai rooma, and lot
200x44, 54 Dean avenue. Inquire on
1MEAP One second-hand ROCK AWAY,
nearly as good as new, at li unu n at.
ifiDAa KENCING POSTS-For aale by
w. It. LARKIN, Larktnavllie. Aia.
WOODLA W h SJitCK FARM- In theatud
n tknrAn.l,tJ Unninv llnmAI fee
KO. One Trotting Horse: fee. Sill. OneJer-
ee Hull: tee. wz.M Vnm sn.e m uorses
3 Milan towa, a bead Butcher Cattle, rea-
ancki and Newfoundland Puna. Horsea on
pasture, l per month; Texas horfes, 10o per
4,t Tlr.h.n .MISI'PII BT1HWFY. H1-
this season's import.
ia tltli narket. The
designs, finest texturei
application to thoie
for Inspection
BusinetB. at our old stand. No. 19 h!u
the service! of Maj. J. R. MnDON ALU, the
exiterituo in the auction buiineifla we are
HORSE-On November 8th, from Mra K.
Arnol'l' farm, eix miles from Mem
phis, one iron gray horse, 5 years old, about
15 bands hiuh, shod all round. Liber tl
reward if delivered at Robert Lookwood'a
arable, 321 Second atreet, Memphis.
TiONYV-8orral nonv. with white anot on
ith white
rill he rewa
L forehead. Finder will he rewarded by
returning him to 8. Jacobs, 93 Monroe street.
MOLES On the night nf Oct. 3d, 3 miles
eaat of Collierville, 2 black mare mules :
one about four years old, in good fix and
trimmed up, with little white spot under
law; the other, ten or twelve years old,
rough, and not so well trimmed. Reward
for information, or return ot mules to J. w.
foong, Memphis, or
ICR. Collifrvllle, Tenn.
1. rn
BEAUTIFUL HOME-Three milos from
oity, on Poplar st., cor. Trrsevant ave.,
K aores, S acre grore, re-t under plow.
Ineuire at 476 Missisa;ppi avenue.
HORSE On Sunday night, from Mcl.e
more avenue, a large bay horse, with
heavy mane and tall, large and heavy feet
and legs; left hind leg slightly swollen at
hock: left front foot unshod: harness marks
left side rack. Also, an English Buddie avd
a buggy bridl, wiib yellow leather linea. $25
reward for tbe recovery of the property and
evidenoe leading to the apprehenainn and
conviction ot tne tniet. u m. hUALr.:.
COW On Thursday, near neon, two cows;
one a black, with crop and hole in one
ear and alit and hole in the other; the
other, red and white apottod, with a awallow
forte in rigni ear; teaia nave Diana moras.
A auitnble reward for their return to me,
near corner of Lane avenue and Ayre street.
I'll AKWll I K I-. KI.KT
FRONT ROOM-Fnrnlshed. with board,
can behiid at 92 Cou-t street.
ROOMS AND BOARD Firat clasa i.oard
and woll lurniihed rooms; dny boardora
ccommortated, at id Adatna atreot.
RO'IMS With or without
board; table board era wanted; 12! Court.
DESIRABLE ROOMS-With bon-d, at
TABLE BOARD The best tho market af
fords, At 87 CUUB'f STREET.
ELIGIBLE ROOMS With superior hoard,
twobl cks from Gayoai Hotel. 4.' Shelby
ROOMS-Furnished, with board,
Atfi81 Shelby street.
ROOMS-Pleasant furnlah-d rooma. with
board, for ladies or gentlen en. Terms
very reasonable. 392 Court Extended.
T. JAMES HOUSK-68 Adams street.
Board and lodging, go; day Bourn. .).iu.
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, single or en
suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
without hoard ; titter rooms, 104 Pnnrtst.
COLORED BOY For a bosrdlnghouse.
Apply immediately at 7 Court street.
TWO SALESMEN To sell our line of Em
hrolrlnries tn flrat-claai trade in Tennea.
see and Arkansas on commission. Can be
carried aa a aide line. Address, with refer
ences. MORISSE k MAURER, ,
600, 602 and 604 Washington Ave., St. Louis.
JD Apply at 85 Beale atreet.
tirniTE GIRL As Cook must b reo
VV ommended. Call immediatelv at 97
Monroe atreet. MRS. W. 8. BRUCE.
Oan TEAMS AtM per day; InO Drivera
ZiJJ at Sl.fO per day. Pay every Satur
day night, 200 Station Men; will pay from
12 to 17 cents per yard. Beat work on the
levee; norooti; no grubbing; all new work
in fields. Good camps. Ieqnire of
F. A. JONES k CO.. 61 Monroe street,
or on works of Forrost k Co.. Austin, Misa.
Gl AROENEK and general utility man t
r to work on a place nearcitv: references
exchanged. Apply CRAIG'S flEED STORE,
37 and 39 union strett, Memphis.
rpiNNlRGood Job worker i steady Job;
X. good wages. Wessendort k Eicnberg
WHITE COOK For family of two;, good
borne and wages. Addresa
in., care lienor uarrerno. v.
nil.XRUKK-In avarv Hl.t. in the li' Ion
D to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING KSIAbLlSrl MUNI having several
4.,iiir.Tiis that are nounlar and easy Sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in connection
witn otner gooas. Aaaress i ti e, "
At Chambers House.
TV TAN To manage a Dairy: voung
1VJ. preferred. Address DA1R
Y, Appeal
SITUATION By eolered man aa drUer
porter, or any honest wor. Q., Appeal,
1 Ofin Pnlnrad Chamharmairi.
Ijt At 72 Madison street
TJOSITION A young single maa wou
X li
V nn.ltlnn as aanaral aaaiatant in of
fice, store or manufactory, bill olerk, colleo
tor. etc.: will work cheap. J. P., this office,
"lOOK-Good first-olassoook at 299 beo-
j ond street, np-aiaira.
TD 00 MS Two or three unfurnished rooms
J-V bf two persona. Apply as oouuuue -
Boardinghoose, Adams street.
A GENTS-In every town
tn aall Pianos
XI and Organs.
HOUCK k CO., Memphis..
At 92 East Court street.
order In best styles at .,.,,
MAI'S aaWllisu
DOOMS Well furnished rooma,
iV Lin
nden atrer.
MAN An intelligent, earnest man to rep
resent, in his own locality, a large re
sponsible house. A remunerative salary t
right party. Steady position References
exchanged. American Manufacturing Ujuae,
16 Barclay M.. IN.
1 I fl LBS. FKATUERH Hiahest casn
It-' J price paid hy WABA Yjrnphia.
next thirty daya tor II 50,
Wain sreei.
LD GOLD k fsltVHK For cash ores
chan,.. MIll.VOKn, ,1... sr. IWMio"
Tlie Publieatiun of a Paper oa An-
trpyi in II ts the LfTect of a
Djnuinito lloud.
The TiiBtata Medical As-ooiiUion
had a picnio yestf rday. Thty hai a
glorious opportunity and worked it
:or all it was worth. One of the pa
pers read ths fi st day was rf su::h un
usual merit that it aUrac'ed the atten
tion of the Appeal reporter and he
pub ished it. II a 'dynamite bomb
had been ezplodtd in tbe middle of
the medicine men yesterday morning
it could not bare created a bigger sen
sation than the account in the Ap
peal oi the first day's proceed
ings of the society. Only one
paper was published, that of Dr.
Williford on "Antipyrin." None
of these who read other papers
or who tcok part in tbe ditcu-eion,
were iriven more than a passing men
tion. One of tbe officers of the society,
according to Dr. Htber Jooes, declared
that he was very much mort fied be
cause nothing had been faid about bis
spetcb; another sneerinjjly de::ared
that the world would believe f om
reading bis paptrtbatDr. Williford
was the discoverer of anlipy.in, and
yet others quesiitned the tak of tie
reporter in pegging over their splen
did reports aud reporting that of Dr.
Williford. A committee was
and swooped down uf.on the reporter
as he was quk'tly repotinu under Lis
own vine and fig tree, ignorant of the
tempe-t in a t bp pot he bad raised, lie
was rfquet-ted to meet the committee
at 7 o'clock at Gaston's Ho!el, aud re
plied that as he hed a prize fight to
report at that hour, it would be ion
possible for him to do eo, however
much he might desire to
Then he was required to write out
an affidavit or something, and in the
interest of science contented to do it,
providnd they would agree that no
1 , lit : , i . i . m :
more BUOUia db saiu huoui u. leanan
a leal from bis note book, he accord
ingly wrote a Bimple declaration that
Dr. Williford bed nothing to do in
any manner, ehspe or form with the
publication of the paper, and that he
a'teuded tbe meeting at the request
of the association, and made a report
of it in his own way, adding verbally
that tbe tiles of the Appeal would
show, year sftsr year, paper after paper
read before the society printed in full,
and also that when Dr. Williford
learned that the paper was to be
printed he made a vigorous protest,
but was informed that it wss none ot
his business what tho Appeal pub
When the society met at theG3yoso
after supper the committee wts not
quits ready, and Dr. Armstrong ret da
paper on cancers, which the members
tried to discuss, but they were
all so eager to her the com
mittee that very little interest
was taken. The doctors eat in groups
all about the hail, discussing tbe mat
ter in solemn tonrs, accompanied by
ominous winks and awe inspiring
blinks, now and then casting a with
tring glance at tbe arch culprit, Secre
tary Williford, who bad daied to read
a paper thought more worthy of pub
lication than anything oise submitted
to the society. He did not seem to get
any hilarious enjoyment out of tbo
thing, and drew a Bigh of relief when
the committee announced that they
were ready. The report wes con
tained io one brief sentence, declaring
that they had cart-fully looked into the
matter of ' a certain breach of profes
sional ttiquette," and bad fouudthe
accused innocent.
said be had introduced the resolution
to inveatieate with the obioit of slop-
pirg tbe wholesale advertising oi aoc
tors in the diiiy press, lie had heard
certain rumors, and if they were cor
rect the committee bad not got ail tbe
member 'of tbe committee, said be
was ta'iefied it was net the intention
nf anv eentleman nrtsent to besmirch
the professional character of one of the
brethren: that the committee naa
mad a complete investigation and was
satisfied that no m'e hed been vio-
ated. He trave a detailed account oi
tbe labor of tbe committee.
Dr. liver said that as the reporter
wss present he would like to ask him
to explain.
The reporter replied mat u seemeu
to him to require a good deal ot as
surance to ask him to assert verbally
the truth of a report made in nis pa
per. He was not in the habit, be de
clared, of making a speech every time
he made a report, did not tell how
and where be got bis information,
even to grand Junes, and naa no laes
of allowing himself to be catechised
by an association of doctors whose
powers were considerably lets tban
those of a grand jury ; bnt in this case
he had departed far enough from his
rule to get his own consent to the
writing of a few lines whose purport
was that Dr. Williford bad nothing to
do with tbe publication of the paper
on "Antipyrin," did not ask it, but on
the contrary, objected. He prsitlvely
declined to be catechised by Dr. Hyer
or any one else.
said that something more than the
good of the profession was at the bot
tom of the charges, and remarked that
it wa a curious fact that wben this or
that doctor went off to the springs to
visit a patient, or some lady recov
ered, "thanks to the skill of Dr.
Smith," no charges were made. He
had beard that some of the physicians
kept a scrap book, in which such
nntlnna were dulv nasted. He wanted
to know, von know, how it was that
the reporter was so much Interested
and always so accurate in such cases.
dr. DttNtr.
the president of tbe society, made a
soeech in tbe interest of harmony.
He atid be and other country doctors
came to Memo bis. ss to the louoiatn
bead, to listen and to learn, hat he re
gretted to say that they were oftener
bocked by tbe wrangles and jealousies
of Memphis doctors tban edified by
the discussions in the society.
Tit. JOXtJ '(
!H ho did not propose to be choked
off in that way. Tbat he had rights
and proposed to be beard. He applied
T.r TTenninn'ai remarks to himself, and
explained that the personals referred
to were printed without bis knowl
edge or consent. He declared that
tbe society had he?n managed by a
ring, and tbat he bad made a fight on
the secretansbip the day betoro be
cause he did not want a ring member
in it. Lrst year, he went on, be an
nounced early tbat he deiired to read
a certain paper and was put on last,
fbe printed programme showed tbat
the society was managed by a ring.
raid if reporters were going to step in
at the meeting of the association aud
as ist some one man to make a great
sanhedrim of himself he wool 1 stay at
borne fcerealier. lie railed attention
to a reeoln ion he had introduced in
tbe uion ing on tbe stie:i(.tb of the
Appeal s ar.icle, and a-kf( that it be
nublieihed aud cjmmei.tei on. 'Here
is his deadener:
Retoktd, That in rpotirg pners
ret.-! hefo;etlits asioi-uiion, t.ie diilv
t r si in n:en!ioring th names cf ctn-
tributrrs ara placing tUe p rsoas of
said contributors in an awkward peti
tion, and they are ther.-tore rcqtifi ed,
in meking reports, to .void mention
ing names of members of tbij astoc a
tion. Thea Dr. Hyer sst down
The report ol the coaimiitee was
then put to the aaortiitii.n and
A large number of interesting and
valuable papers were read daring tbe
day, bat as the association, by adopt
ing Dr. Hyer's resolution, bai shown
a desire to enshroud iis proceedings
in a deep and impenetrable gloom, no
report will be made of them.
The Appeal bas (or the last six
yetra given column after column to
the Tristate Medical Society, its re
porters being at all times we'eome,
bat it looks new as i( they would
meet ia executive session hereafter.
Tho t'arMraaa Method.
New Havks, Cohn , November 11.
Drs. Bacon, Ives and Sanford yes
terday performed tbe del rite an J dif
lion It operation of delivering a child
hy the Cremran method. The mother
is Mrs. B'akesly, of this c ty. The
child weighed fiheen p unde. Mrs.
U a'kealy was vry low tbia morning,
but Dr. Bacon gives tome as.itiranca
that she will recover. The tel. gram
does not s'ate when tbe doctors will
be tried fr a violat or il inedio.U
Tbat Will Halt Him for the Kprluc
Meeting:, atxtd Ignoree the
Tnrf Congi-ma.
"What have you done with your
'Dewdrop' diamond?" qnt-ried aa Ap
peal mail yeslerdsy of Col. Montgom
ery. "I have retired from tbe course for
the present," latigbed the Colonel,
"but it will bloom again in the spring.
I counted seventy-three hore.es on the
pesture yetteicWy at one time. We
will have to build fifty additional
stallo at once, and perhaps more. We
have received notice of the shipment
of several stables we did rot expect at
all. Some of them are very large.
Kd Corrigan hss forty-six, for instance.
Mr. Grata, whose string arrived several
days ago, came in last night. There
are several of Commodore Kl'tsjn's
best in his lot. 8. 8. Brjwu'a Troub
adour, Little Mincb and scores of other
celebra ed flyers will winter here.
"What do you think of the plan
laid out by Col. Ciarke for a national
association aud uniform code and
"I think it is a good one for the as
eociniioDS that can s'and it. If we
had a capital of ba f a million, we
could afford to pav Col. Clarke our
pi.rt of $"000, another judge $3100,
and a third $2001) a year io judge
races, bnt our capital is considerably
lees. As a matter of fact, I do not re-membi-r
a . single occasion on our
track when the opinion of expert
judges was required to settle any con
teat. The Now Memphis Jockey
Club is no longer a member
of tbe National Turf Congress
you know. We withdrew lat year
when they declined to give us the
dates w a-ked and fixed tho:e of
Nashville and Lexington so tbat they
c ashed with us. This full we claimed
to follow Latonia, and Leiington,
where they never ihouuht of having
a fall meeting before, except in Sep
tember, stopped in and took onr daUs
after they had been publishf d in all
the leading sporting papers of tbe
country fjr weeks. We gave way,
and the conteqaetics was we ex
changed a gsod lor a very ugly week
of weather, and onr gate receipt"
were $1000 lets than they would
have been otherwise. I received
a telegram yesterday from Cincinnati
saying that ia tbe Turf Cangrets, in
Bessiou there, all the clubs except
mine were represented, and giviDg me
a string of dates, pnttiDg our meeting
for April 18'.h. I replied that we had
already claimed and would insist upon
the last week in April.and they mwht
fix the other dates accordingly, vve
have tbe horses, von see. and can af
ford to be independent,"
Aaaerlcnai Turf t'oura.
Cincinnati. O.. November 11. The
American Turf Congress finished its
work this evening, and most of the
members left for their homes tonight,
Following is the disnstch rf Secretary
B. 0. Bruce to tbe New York World:
"Tha convention met at 10 o'clock to
day, and after a cession continuing
throughout the day, passed upon the
rules. Minor additional or verbal
nhannea were made. The weights
were raised on two year oios to nu
pnunds till May, and 115 pounds after
that lor tne remainder oi me aeuouu
Charles Green, of St. .Louis, was
elected president lor the coming year
and B. 0. Bruce, secretary, and the
congress adjourned to meet at Lexing-
Ington, J5.y., tne ssconu weunruutiy
in November, 1S87."
Hew Kesnoble Theater.
The Ring of Iron was presented last
night to a fair audience, all allowances
hoi nor made for that had weather. The
p'ay treats of life at the gold fields of
Aastralia, and London society; and
much of the melodramic effect take
plaoe in one of those terrible places
rnnxn aa an F.noliah private mad
house, where many a sane person has
been incarcerated ana noi uuiy
ever robbed of liberty, but reason a so,
IFarvs, haa lllra trated tills by the in
Minn of character. "Nurse
Bland "who in a veritable "La, Fro-
aharrl " anal ana arena depicts the Cus
tom of lashing tbe wretched victims
into insanity, though ia this case
"Nurse Bland" catenas a tart.r and
the whip is quickly turned on the
back ( ihe would-be assailant. The
play was well received last night, and
tbe leading actors recalled alter every
act. It will be repeatea wrnignt.
Ilolnloln-Frle-Hlan Cattle.
We ses announced the publio sale
at Nashville, Tcnn., November ZJd,
1D8A nf Meaara (JnodDBttUre BrOS.
entire herd of llolstein-Friesian
rattle for the purprss of closing out
the nartnntn h nq. iues cruib iibvb
been carelul y selected from the best
on:l mont not.'il herds of Holland,
They are all reci'tered, and rapresent
the mcst famous milking strains 1
tbeeour.tr). It wid be a great op
polunity for these of tbe South desir
ivg this breed.
Called to the Attention of the Gov-
nieut tit a MetUnjr of
Furtusnt to a call published jester.
ay. a general ifieetn a of the Mer
chants' Exchange was field ye trdy
tui'l uoxcii uuulk m tun av 1'JU 111
g rdtotre eut pension of tbe gov
ernment work on ihi river front.
President W. J. Che so presided aud
A. Keeling acted as secretary.
The met ting being called to order,
Mr Jno, a. loot offered the following
resolutions, which were unanimous v
Whereas, By tbe strennons effoits
Reprtsmtatives of the Mitsistipni
valley in the last Congress and in re
sponse to the urgent appeals of the
people living along the Mississippi
liver, an appropriation was made lor
the re sun ptlon and continuance of
the w ork ot river and harbor improve
ment; and for tome reason, to us un-
nown, this work, in which the Inter
ests of our commerce is largely in
volved, hss not been resumed, and a
large poition of a season exorptionally
favorable for such work has been al
lowed to p iv s ir util x d:
lltmhrri. That an appeal be made lo
ie IitiriorHl) e becreiary oi War to
tike immediate st- ps to t rocure tho
pplication of the rpprpriation for
the ptirpoHrs intended without further
delay, to the end that this Innd may
expended while ti c cirdition of
tbe river and weather are so favorable
for the s ccomplinbmpnt of the wortt,
nd thereby atlord relief, to the ex
tent of the sum appropriated, to the
stifloring commetcal interps'sof the
MifBifS'ppt river B'tweca uuro and
New Orleans, and to the improvement
of the several harbors provided for in
the act of Congress, by securing the
work already done, now suflV ring dam
age from lorg regit ct, and tairyit g it
forwatd toward completion.
Kitomd, 1 bat we leel lull conscience
In the plans and administration cf the
Mitsissippi Kiver Commisdon in its
work of river improvement, tiavirg
assuracce Hint navigation lias been
greatly improved ai d commorce great
ly benefited wherever they have been
permitt 1 t j apply their methods of
river improvement, and it is the sense
of this body that they ought to he
supplied by Congress with ample
means to carry first anl (he work to
1 1 mate and complete success.
Riwhed, That copies cf these reeolu-
ions be transmitted to the Secretary
War and to tbe President oi tbe
Mifei.'sippi Kiver Commission.
No further buoinets appearing meet
ing adjourned.
Soalberxt Railway sad Nleamablp
Aaanrlallon-W. B. Ntiaitnri Da
cllnea nil Appointment.
The Legislative Counoil was called
to meet yeeteiday evening to hear the
report of tbe committee appointed to
decide upon the propriety oi graniing
the Miseouri Pacific railroad a tight of
way along Sixth street and Broadway,
but ss a quorum was not present no
report was made.
Kallwny anil Nteamaliip Company.
New York, November 11, The
Southern Railway and Keam-hip As
sociation held a meeting here today.
No conclusion was reached as to ratts
t be cargud. tioino dry gooes men
were uiven a hearing lo argue for a
concession on tbe matter ol charges,
the same as lies been allowed them by
Western roads, and othois will have a
cbaure on Saturday, to which day an
djonrninpnt was had.
Deellued an AppolntmenS.
Cdicaoo, III., November 11. W.
B. Sbattuo, General Passenger Agent
f the Ohio and Mississippi road,
todnv formally declined the Commia-
sionershiu of tbe Southwestern Pas
senger Association. Tbe committee
in ctarge oi tne matter at once en
tered into negotiation with another
A auiet wedding took place at 3:30
o'clock yesterday aiternoon at tbe Cen
tral Metbodiat Church, in the pres
ence of an audience eompnsed almost
excineively of the f .ir at x. The church
was not crowded, owing io tne uaa
state of the weather ; bnt those wno
were present made up in sympatny
what they lacked in numbers, and tbe
ttentiinnnt of good will and admiration
that followed tbe bride on ner way to
the altar was general and sin
cere, and extended even to the
groom, who is comparatively a
stranger here. The bride was
Mies Ueorgle Adams buriuge. a
lovely blonde, dressed in a traveling
costume of blue velvet with tapestried
front, nnd claret colored bonnet. 10
her harJd she carried a bouquet of
lnvelv white ftawere. Tbe groom, Mr,
Abner .Rogers, 01 fitaniorn, rvy., is a
profesior in the university ol tbat
place, ana in eviuuuy m yuuug uieu
great decision of character and bigh
intellectual endowments. Tbe mar
riace service was read with great im-
nreraiveness ovtne riev. it n. maiion,
and at its conclusion the Ksv. S. C.
Caldwell offered aa eloquent prayer,
Tbe bride was the center of I
hundred nairs of admiring eyes,
nntah v of a bevv of lovely sen 001
girls, who came with their satchels of
books on their arms to witness
ceremony that never falls to interest
tbe feminine mind. The happy couple
left yesterday afternoon for New Or
leans, whence they go to Kentucky,
thnlr fntnrn home, where the sincere
good wishes of hundreds of good
friends will accompany tnem. iu
nahara whit aaaiatart nt tha ceremony
vAaLnnlav ware: Messrs. K. B. L-
maetoi, Kd omitn, uarry f lemB-rraua.
Williams, J. L,. Mcuonaia ana u. i
8b liver.
R.A. Parker et nx. to Minter Parker,
riart nf lot 17. block 65. IMxHO feet
on flnalee street : consideration, f "00,
Minter Parker et ax. to Mrs. Annie
Tavlor. lot 18 and nart of lot 17 of
Minter Parker's siibdivieion. on Luc
avenue. 60x200 feet; consideration
Minter Parker et nx. t) Jane M,
Wilkinson, 48x200 feet, on Lucy
avenue, lot 19 of Prker's subdivision
rnnaideratioD. SHOO.
Ueors B. Wilkins et ux. to Ed Lai
loniond. ttusteo. to secure Frank
match, of lUsinutitoko. Kng and, in
tho aom of $Z0O, 4Hi20O feet, on Lucy
avenue, being lot 1 of Parker s sub
Tailor and Importer.
. rr FAll, STOCaX It new eomplete. Tit Irgeet. Choicest an
Moat Varied I have ever offered la Memphis, consisting of ail tha
T1IK LtTKST B IV LI S, OV tLHfA'l'lt. A N It ay A N f' If
I'ANTtLOOM in-great variety, all of the LATEST DKfttUstS),
Introduced hy tbe leading Importer of Kngland, hascs and Uar
anany. 1 wish to aaake SfKtlAL MKsiTIOM to my euetomera ana
the public to call and lnapaot any
OLD ai AKilt,
Cor Sicond nd Jifftrton
,,.,,., ., W!,MJJMipi1wwpwi-.
Ml' LK Owner aan have by proving prop
erty and pavina eharges.
WM. KLKV, White Haven. Tenn.
DOG The 8 "der will please return my
white, black and tan dog, "Joe," to No.
t Union street. L. fl. PHILLIPS
KAT1B U -Please
rile to your F. M. 11.
k litGRlLL to weather strip
VT your doors and windows There is solid
comfort and economy in
this. Corner Sec-
ond snd Maitison streets
ran Nays, te rolohreteil (liosy Clair
voyant, ia atill residing at Vt7 I bird St., nonr
Poplar. Kverybody should ma) fail tovisit her
DR J. D, W ill ri, 24:1 Main, enr.' Jeilor".
aon at. Office telenhone ml ; residence oH.
tlSTKRNS-lluilt aiid roi.aired iiiid war
W ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Conrraetor nnd hriok-
Isver. Telephone Kit. TIltIN 01111111 NS.
Km iti.M
ROOM A nieo furnished room,
At No. 17 lluling stroot.
WUllo rooma.
A-y good oiatern, no
7 Ponti,too. Anii'vat
No. 81 PON I'OTOC St.
J KFFKRSON 8f RKKT-M rimirs.
Apply at .12 Madison street.
rjMlK 0IL111.HT 1'l.ACK -Horner Kayhurn
A avenue nnd Jackson slreetl two-story
frame, about 24 acres I m,i, fruits of all kind,
fine ftuit and v getnkle garden, Will lent
for a aeries of years. Also, another place,
some six aoroi, near Oaston'! fine vines
and Iruit, w th resiilonee.
LIIM eJ'Ajtl . AND, 22 Maipson a t .
Il ODtsR With six rooms. Apply at No.
l i iHiiinorry street. nit
Mulberry street.
1100M Large I leassnt turnialied rooiat
V centra! lunation, at f3 Madison street.
k)-ST0KY ilOllrthl-Nina rooma. Apply at
1.15 S'xth atreot, KorU'iokerlng.
ijTjRNiHllKl) ROOMS-SuitaMe for genU'
.P and light housekeeping, at 1 1 13 Monroe.
V Noa. S, 9 and 10 in Cotton Rxohans
Building, on aecond floor, fronting on Second
a reot, lornierly occupied by M. 11. and A.
R. R. Apply at 31 Miulison street.
RESIDICNCK At 1( Adams rtreet.
For partioulura Inquire 'Mr. Wlllett.
CIO'I'TAUK Kaven rooms, on Walker ave
J nue, on Klin wood street car line. Apply
at 3d Union st. JOSLKN0W.
LA R(i K T'oTTK -First Boor and cellar,
with aide and rear entrances, Nos. Jul
and SOU Main street.
OKKICKS-No. 'ml Pecond street.
ROOMS For light huasekeeping, No. 376
Poplar street, over drugstore.
I)WKLL1N0S-Nns $H Main street! ll
Court atreet and U Uuimby atreet,
in maatson atreei.
mW0 R0OMS-At2(U Carroll avonae; two
X llnea or cara.
DOOMS Pleasant rooma. famished ti
J V desired, with references, at til) Madison.
300MS Two, nicely furnished! suitable
XV for gentlemen ; Ova uiinntoa' walk from
Court Sguare. Addrea A. T.
T6lJllLK"ooTtAiii-0n Vlralnla y
1J nue, five minutes' walk to streetcars;
new. oheau and convenient
Call at lflO Kay-
urn for particulara. aira. r., i.
Flrat lloer
At 32 Madison atreet.
4KLR0 ANT R(I0MS-At Ml Market atreei)
aingle or en aulte, furnished or unlur-
iahed, good water, and near buainess.
T ll.KAHA NT rrniiih.J room for eentle-
jtTti oni 111 Waahinrtoni referrncs i required
JTORKllOllbK rour story ami vaaenieni
storehouse. No. 'IM front street.
C10TT0N OFFIOB-Apiily to K. M. Apiwr
J son Jt Co., No. 3(14 Front street;
OllHK-220 Washington St. : 7 rooais and
b 'tlirooin. Apply at x:ki ropier pt.
i No. Itm main hrrcet.
No. V Main Streot.
No. Uli7 Main Street.
Apply to IAMEH l.KH, J., 4 Madison St.
TDOOMS-Two furnished or unfurnished
f rOOinS Hi 1" "IM'M".'" nn..
Hriihlf Sin 1 newiy luriiisuvi, ruixu,
J win. sts. Inquire at 111! Court strert
v.. .ii .., -iitij, of in e ainu. .1100 m iu. i
.1 j.r. Ililiouaiieaa. Nwvoua lmap.ta, LiUvea'
Uon lrrulril ol tbe li..l I lon.l ipatwn r l.lil
Iin"V. lirucuti'i. and ImnTleg M the
(KNn.'tlinHH canwo i,.Hwrano, ""--, r;- "
IHooiii Slii.!llls and Korer. Br,hlMie K.r.r,
tbZ, tZ ol Apb.UK Uba. Vool Br-.th.
biegilaritie. In. lu.utal W '-'J1V,''i'Dl.
Ins, niMjaaoiw, a,
a T II ui InvnluBpw. a "ntn s-5
ilin cotoinoxion Ixian awai. yell'
I.ulili- n-J.w l(. aUtttv fata.
.l,, .oiriu. It ia one ot lao ""'.'
amt I'.MS.r. .(! HUmi,m M w.-ei
Fur sal. by all UruesMa. PrV SI.OO V boUi.
C. F. 8TADIOER, Proprietor,
140 aO. FRONT ST., Phllndelph'B, Pa.
riRADUATK of the Watchmakers' Acatl-
VI amy oi owiiaeriaDu,
Practical tYatohmuker and Jeweler.
r rin work a Bpeciajiy.-wei
!. 7 Bsale silnisl, wernpliU. Tain
"To the VICTOR, tU (LAP FtkL"
p,.m-.ci In every Nrar auslJif, th.
UiklAM SHOE has beoom tke l.tognn.d ,landsid
jpi fins w.ar among cascr'aiinatiog g.oti.ro.n.
A nan with Urataa anl.'C'n'lrn
will drop petty ureoviidirrs rarilreJy picked up
hrn truth kii'Kl ihc ttooe. Suih an-invited
,ru nltr IMIlf ol " 1 1 HAnil's " sUiTft . WckllO
the result : rvrry nian alio w:hiI ihc bast nnd
inrsl Militle m ir- atarket Hill tKUiDie a pwrpet
aal"IUiuii tian.
S 'Ml . Tin""
Zk 6i
alir oauwmI l,r alwortlwrliHilnJlUollu lla, Ul V h St
nAUNirll'At.vr S lOCaa. at air
Mimphlt, Tina.
KIJll'R F.H.
Loans and Piacount $1,437,144 08
llankinghoua and ofBoe fixtures SO.ISIO 00
tlverdratta 2,iv,7 M
Kxiiensea and taxea 7,100 41
Muht Kxchange lSH.2-r M
Cash on hand 30H.717 73- hM,4S N
12,029,944 7
s.i v nii.i t.v,
Capital Paid np
..$ ino.nrfloti
.. 121. H7T H7
.. 31,311 a
Uniiiviited l'rolita
Rxi'liangc and Interest
Iue other Uauka on
Hills rediaoounted.l 20fl.0'9 K"
Uepoaita 1,074.126 15 1.277,:
,225 00
8'J,(l.'y,W4 79
NAP01.KON nil.Ii President
WM. A. WILLIAMSON Vice-t'ra-iilont
S. P. KliAl) Caaliier
1)1 K IK To Its.
A. Vaccaro, Tm. A. Williamson,
Joseph ltruce, Nnpoloon Hill,
R. Dudley Frayser, K. Knsley.
S. P. lit ad, lienj. lliil.i.,
John 11. topper, Jaa. II. MoDnvitt,
fsaae N. Pnowden,
To Dlaaolvet'opartnerahlp,
erOur entire atock haa to be aold by .Tan.
uary 1, 1SK7, to ltisaolve Copartnerehip
our company retiring,
T-Ve oBor our Immense ttook Ktfiianl.
lea nt t'oal.
Oood Fnlt Hats .-.;" i00
Fine bolt Hats, New ribaflo , worth 11.25, 7,ra
Oetiuine l'naver Hats 7oo
Job Lot, 1 Data, wsrth from II tot J 2fo
HoautlfuJ Koros, all Coioia -.3 lor 10a
Ostrich Pompona ..loo
Children'a I'riiiiined lints, worth 12, for II 00
Boya'a Cloth, Velvet and l'lu-h Oapa,
worlhll IMe
Ladies' Trimmed Uata, worth 14 ...... 12 00
Long eluinea from Mo up
Oatrich Tlpa, 3 In Ilunoh, from ...fiOoup
Hilda, Wliiga, Fancy Feothera, Feather
llaui etc., at Klillfliloualy l owhllcea
narDon't Lose Your Chance, Remember
Iroin thia day to January 1, 1HH7.
ecr Itrlilal and Monratnar Ontat.
rTh finest aaaortinent oi DOLLS In th
aaaTilar'a Reshaped, Feather Cleaned, Dyed
na-iioiiien Hair Wash by th Small or Large
308 Front St.
Kill NAIiF.
McLemore avenue, near State Female
ullego. Th proporty, wnion ia in ureea
rood, the moat aliraotive and growing aub
rb of Memphis, oonalata of 11 v aores of
round unsurpassed for hnalthlulneaa and
beauty ol location, containing a large varie
ty ol forest and fruit tros, ornamental treea
and ahruliberyi a two atory residence coru-
rlalng ton rooma oonventenuv arrans.a,
Ith siliple supply ni oiosoisi aiaa, aiuioan.
servants room, stable, oarnuce noose, eoai
and poultry house and several other oat-
dings; two good on tenia ana e ueep
k-wal led well w ith fliturej aa a depoai-
..vh ,'., -nil. i.,i,,A-. ha.k m-ata. atn. Con
venient aooesa to the oity by atreet oar and
Immediate poa'esslon given, u aurouaeer.
Prlaa. tmM). For tertua of par men t apply
a my oOioe, No. 6 Madiaon at , r telephone
JVo. IriH. J. ti . uuwrr.
Wholesale and Retail.
H7H NcMroaid WlrfCt.
Notice of JMfisolution.
is.uutu. T.aa . November 9. ISM.
THK copartnerahlp heretofore existing un
der the firm nameofTumlm it Denje
haa beet thia day oissoivea y mutual ona
aent, Mr. (ten. W. Tomlin retiring. Mr.
Wm. Renjee will continue the bnaineaa on .
hia own account, aaaumlng all itatiilitiea and ,
collecting all account due tliej old Arm.
vr m. nikin f . . j .
mr Reforrlag to th above, I respectfully
neouao to my frlenda and to lb patron
of lb old figai, that I will remain with my
late partner, at the old atand, wher I wm
gladUrv. th..
Boiler Works.
rJUEA ft MeCABTUT.Prepr'a,
140 142, 144 Front, Mam phis.
in th South, and nly "P
Boiler and Sheet-Iron i Works ln the, city.
aaaaaUelareraat Mxavy 1""r
warai of every . elrMrlpllnet. Sotl
attention given to plantation wora;
AduilnlHtratorH Hl
r lloaeetioia A KllcH raraUtnre.
N lflih of November, ISfe. ai '
ofCharlea Ileriog, uereaeu,,
No. loe Adams street. 1 will proceed to asej
at public auction, to the kigheat
cash, all th Household and Kitoken Furnl
tur belonging to the eele.e C"1
llanog, dcea ed. Sale at 11 o'clock a.a.
BBLMA ilBRIUtjAdnilniatrator.
KOCH A. II. CO- Mlrts
Stl SI4ISI NT., PKOCIt, HI... or.
fMi,n-i aar.i-re'..St. lnia.MQ.
HIIEI.VINO iiaiUustahU to meet any nee4
o, kuaines. It ia cheaper than old I atylej Can
ha uut up bv any one, linHUiwa isr
rnulrj and UooU his. lv. AddreM
ljhtuiona WlclietsMulfonl'
Flue Jewelry nt Mnlford'n.
Solid Silver nt MiilTort'(
Mairortl'H, 21)1 Mnlu.
Inepcct.Slnlford tj stock.
Gold I'ens at Mulford't.

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