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Ii la receipt af a larger,
aad 0YEBC0ATI3GS, (all
Ileal,) thaa wai aver ihowa
leek eemprliei the choicest
aad meet d arable goads In gentlemen's, wear.
WOT Saxaples to 4 Prices on application to thou
who have left measure.
w Stock Open
WE would resreetfulty announce to the publio that we hare opened an A notion House,
and will conduct the General Auction Business, at oar old stand. No. 191 sun I a
street, in the Webster Block. Having secured tne eervioes of Mj. J. K. MiiDON ALU, the
well known Auction Salesman, who hue a long experience in the auction business, we are
Prepared to make tales at RESiDENriKS or SlORElKlUSES, and will pay particular atten
on to the tale of Real Estate and inlicit a liberal patronage, as our motto in QUICK SALES
and PROMPT bET t'LKM ENTd We will make special rates with Attorneys, Adminis
trators, Assignees, fiherirTs, Commissioner.! and Ouardiana. Bales at our baleirooms daily
at 10 o'clock a.m and at 7 o'olock P m., and Trade Sa'es once a week, the diy to be an
nounced hereafter. Consignments of Merchandise of every kind solicited.
N. IltihTliOiF fc CO., Licensed Auctioneers.
J. K. MOTWNAbl. Knlesmen.
Three Niib's and Saturday Matinee Com
mencing Tharaday, November 11,
The Distinguished Actress,
Supported hyChas. A. Watkins's Company,
in Frank Harvey's Great Comedy Dtaoa,
awThii wonderful play has had an un
interrupted ran in London, England, of
over 7U6 performances.-
Hot. la-Miss K ATK FORBYTII In Marcelte.
Open Daily from 1 until 10: p.m.
Open Saturdays Iron 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
DERS. Engagement This Week of the
Creole Wonder, EMILY LANDRY, the
Bearded and Hairy Girl. Signor GIoVAN
XI. and his flock t educated Canary Birds.
A Hundred other Curiosities, and a Urand
Entertainment in the Bijou Theatre
Reserved Peats in thnTheater. 10- Fxra.
BEAUTIFUL HOME-Three miles from
oity, on Poplar St., cor. Treievant ave.,
33 acres, 8 acre grove, ro-t under plow.
Inquire at 47fi .yiiFips'ppI avenue.
Atfmiiiigtrator'is Halts
Or Hoaavhold A Kilcben Farnltnre.
ON Iritb of November. 186. at the lat
res'de' o of Charles Heriog, decesell,.
No. 106 Adams s'reet, I will nroooed to ased
at publio auction, to the highest bidder, for
cash, all the Household and Kitchen Furni
ture belonging to the estate of said Charle
Ueriog, dncea ed. Sale at 11 o'clock a.m.
SEI.W.A HflRZOM, Administrator.
A. M. STOOD H1, Auctioneer,
GROCEHY STORE Stock and fixtures,
at i ood stand, d ing good paying busi
ness. Cheap to quick purchaser.
H. B. CuLLEM, 4 Madison it.
NO. 1 FRUIT FARM 40 acres, 4 mireeat
oi city, K mile south of Race Track, on
M. and C. K.R.; frame house of six rooms
and out-buildings good as new ; place all un
der guod plank fence, and nil in cultivation
r set in fruit. Apply to M INTER PARKER,
or A. '. MARTIN, M9 Main street.
Ajluress J . , this otiice.
Window Kha-es, etc, iuit receiver!.
Special bargains this week. Whn'e'aleand
retail. AMES, BEATTIE k CO..
303 Main street.
HOUSE Two story lrme, eight rooms,
stables and outhouses.; lot 47xlt6;
title warranted ; in first class order; oan be
bought at half its value if cash is paid down.
Address 8. T. R.. Carrier N o, 5.
AT A BARGAIN A good paying German
Boardinghonse In Helena, Ark., owner
wishing to retire For further particulars,
inquire at BRUNER'B. in Helena. Ark.
HITZFELD'B Oil, Fluid and Gas Stoves,
for light housekeeping, 238 Secon d st.
FEW HeatingStoves, second hand, good
as new, Cheap. HlTZV r;LD,2B Becond.
Address W., this office.
"T OT Choice Fort Pickering lot! no city
J taxes, DR. HINSON, 279 Main st.
FRAME Cottage, on onr. Rayburn ay. and
Georgia st. ; lot 96x170, with a house ol 6
rooms, in good order. This is a choice piece
of property, and oan be purchased on easy
monthly payment by pay in part eash. Ap
ply Minter Parker or A. J. Martin, S4BU Main.
PLANTATION-On ihe Arkansas River,
Lincoln County 4S0U acres in high state
of cultivation ; 1640 sores in tract; well im
proved; steam gin, 2 large barns, 21 good cab
ins and handsome dwelling, 7 rooas, wiib DO
cres lawn in front, Liberal terms. Apply to
372 and 374 Front street, Memphis,
or J. G UA'HKTT, Sarassn, Ark.
HITZF'LD'8 Oil, Vapor and Has Stoves
for light housekeeping, gtt Second St.
HOUSE AND LOT The J. A. Hayes, Jr.,
re-idenoo. No. 3ti2 Vance street. Apply
to W. 0. HAY m, Stat. National Bnnk.
ipOR BALE liUEaP-Ko. 6 Washington
Hand Press, for nine-column paper;
good as new. nquire at No. 37 Union st.
AT P. A. Jones k Co.'s., one nice gentle
. baggy MAKE that any lady oan drive
or ride perfectly sale.
RE BIDE N C K-Nos. Sfisdd M Market St.;
in god repair: lot fr,xWy,. Apply to
M.O. K ENN EDYld- iwosby st.
bideboards. Lounges, etc.
No m3 Main street.
' little used, and in good condition. Ap
TUB lease and fixtures ef the St. Elmo
Hotel, Me'idian, Miss, Twenty-fire
commodious rooms, within three minutes
walk of the Union Depot; large sample
room on the street next door; now doing a
good business and popular. Can be had at a
bargain if applied for within the next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Elmire, proprietor,
Meridian, Miss.
OLD MATERIA L In'ths storehonses and
Benat building, occupied by B. Low
enstein A Bros.'; must he removed at once.
Applyto JOHN RKID. Buildor
NEAT OOTTAGK Of six rooms, and lot
2(J0x44, 54 Doan avenue. Inquire on
frrn ui ir
CIHEAP tine second-hand RuCKaWAY,
J n.arty ns good asjiew, at lfi Unl' n st
CI ED AH. HENCWporifS-For sale by
W. R. LARKPJ. LyMj.jjMa.
WOOlH. tWS I'UCK i A ;t.M- In the stud
one thoroughbred Runninr Horse; ."Vie
liO. One Trottins Itcro; feo, DIO. OnoJcr
ser Bull: fee, t2M Vntt Si.-30 liiTes,
3 Milch Cows, 1 1 head Iiutcher Cattle, Pea
cocks' and Ncwloo-dland pups. Horses on
pasture. IS per month: Texas hors. Km per
Jay. lelci.tolie JUliL'PJl I-l'UNfii m.
more varied and better Ro
this seasoa'i Import-
la this market. Tho
deslgas, finest textures
for Inspection
HORSE-On November 8th, from Mrs E.
Arnold's farm, six miles from Mem
phis, one iron gray horse, 5 years old, about
lr bands hla, shod all round. Ltberil
reward if delive'ed at Robert Lockwood's
table, 321 Becond street, Memphis.
T10NY Sorrel nonv. with white snot on
X forehead. Finder will be rewarded by
returning Bim to p. J aeons, n Monroe street
MULES On the night of Oct. 3d, 3 miles
east of Collierville, 2 black mare mules j
one about four years old. in good fix and
trimmed up, with little white spot under
law; the otber, ten or twelve years old.
rough, and not so well trimmed. Reward
for information, or return of mules to J, W,
Young, Memphis, or
W. T. PRICE, Cnlllerville, Tenn.
U ORSE-On Sunday night, from McLe
O. more avenue, a lane bav horse, with
heavy mane and tail, large and heavy feet
and less; left hind leg slightly swollen at
nocK: lett Iront toot unsncd; Harness marks
left side hack. Also, an English saddle and
a buggy bridle, with yellow leather lines. C2S
reward tor tne recovery ot tne property and
evidence leading to the apprehension and
conviction of the thief. D. M. BCALKP.
COW On Thursday, near neon, two cows;
one a black, with crop and hole in one
ear and slit and hole in the other; the
other, red and white spotted, with a swallow
fork in tight ear; teats have black marks.
A suitable reward for their return to me,
near oorner of Lane avenue and Ayre street
ROOMS Desirable rooms, with board,
At 49 Market street.
FRONT ROOM-Furnished, with board,
can be hBd at 92 Cou"t street.
ROOMS AND BOARD-First-nlass i.oard
and well furnished rooms ; day boarders
accommodated, at 70 Adams strcot.
TTRNISHKD RO MS-With or without
bonril; twlilo hoarders: wanted ; 121 Court,
ESIRABLE RUOMS-With board, at
TABLE BOARD The best the market af
fords. At 87 COURT STREET.
T1L1GIBLK ROOMS With superior hoard,
two niocKs Irom wavoso Hotel. 4.,'iBhehy
RUOMB-Furnished, with br ard,
; At H1 Shelby street.
ROOMS Pleasant furnish-d rooms, with
board, for ladies or gentlen en. Terms
very reasonable. K1I2 Court Extended.
QT. JAMES H0U8B-B8 Adams street.
Board and lodging, tft: day bo,rd, HSO.
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, single or en
suite, furnished or nnlurnished, with or
withont hnrd : otorroom, V-liiri onrt .t.
I GOOD I1ORRR SU0ER8 Steadv work,
I F;W YMAL, 36 Washington at.
POSITION-By a practioal farmer of seve
ral years' experience in farming and
management ot labor, as Manager on cotton
plantation; satisfactory references given.
Address M., 57 Linden street.
At 82 'H Becond strset.
TWO SALESMEN To se'I our line of Em
broideries to first-class trade in Tennes
see and Arkansas on commission. Can be
oarried as a side line. Address, with refer
600, 602 andJS01 Washington Ave., St. Louis.
Apply at 85 Beale street.
ATU1TE GIRL As Cook must be rer
VV ommended. Call immediatelv at 97
Monroe street. MRS. W. B. BRUCE.
Q.'WI TEAMS At$4 per day; luu Drivers
AyJV ai 11.60 per day. Pay every Satur
day night. 200 Station Men; will pay from
12 to 17 cents per yard. Best work on the
levee: no roots; no grubbing; all new work
infields. God camps. Irquireof
F. A. JONES & CO.. CI Monroe street,
or on works of Forrest A Co.. Austin, Miss.
GAARuENER and general utility man to
r to work on a place near city: references
exchanged. Apply CRAIG'S iEED STORE,
37 and 39 Union street,Memphis.
TINNER Good Job worker; steady job;
good wages. Wesscndori k Eichberg.
UITECOOK-For family of two; good
home and wages. Address
M, care Letter Carr'er No. 4
CALESMEN In every Stat in the U' ion
D to represent a PATNT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
irsoULTna that are popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in connection
wi'h other roods. Address TH It IVM. II.
A; Chambers House.
SITUATION By colored man as driver,
porter, or any honest worn. G , Appeal.
OOD Colored Chambermaid.
At i2 Madison street.
P0S1TI0N-A young single man would
like position as general assistant in of
fice, store or manuf.ctnry, bill clerk, colleo
tor, etc.; will werk cheap. J. P., this office.
f 10OK Good first-class oook at 299 Beo-
ROOMS Two or three unfurnished rooms
by two persons. Apply at Schilling's
Boardinghonse, Adams street.
GEN I B-In every town to sell Plaaoi
andOrsans. HOI OK A CO., Memphis.
AY BOARDERS Or without rooms.
At VI East Conrt itrfuit.
eruer m pest styles at
OOMS Well furnished rooms, No 81
Linden strtr,
MAN An intelligent.earnest man to rep
resent, in his own locality, a large re
sponsible house. A remunerative salary to
n.ht party. Steady position References
exchanged. Amerioan Manufacturing lluuse,
'V pnm paid hy G ABA Y, Memphis.
0VKRY1UDY TtJ KNi'W-lhat 1 wil
next thirty days lur 11 Sb.
A. WFH80N,
243 Main rroet.
jLU GOLD A blTTVKU For H'tt or es
clsris. i!L LfOHD, Jew sr, M.Matn
sates of Rime, on through mediieval
L'hiistisnitT, down the ages into the
dawn of oar own Repnblio cmg the
echo of th;e eigh, tne teverberation of
that groan, and yet we chil
dren of today learn no lesson
from the dead of yesterday. All
of ns are familiar with the picture of
tbe sncceseful oanilii'a'e etanding
with the halo of fireworks and victory
above him, while he responds to the
eeienade cf bis happy fiiemh. But
how many of us have fo'.lowed home
yonder broken man who, when the
morning sun aronced him, awoke to
win tbe victory which never came.
His hopes were b'gh, bis fai'h in the
promises made hitn by his fellow man
wss strong, and he went forth to 'he
battle ns did the eager war boise of
old. His was the bright dream of
winning everlnsting fame by eerving
truly and faithfully tbe people whom
he loved. Ueis utttr'y alone now;
tbcee whilom fiiends are at the re
joicing made out there where, under
tbe giaie of the electric lighte, his op
poiet is speiking. Afar off eoumls
the shout of the populace, the snout
which in his fond lmarniug ws to bail
him when the day was done ,but which
is now a peal of triumph for eno'her.
The drum be t. the trumpets blare
and tbe cannou s roar comes t3 bis
ear as be wearily s'ang jrs on his home
ward way througl toe darkned, fa
miliar streets. At las'1, out from his
own house, shines on hi in the only
light which has yet pierced his dull
and deadened brain tbe light by
which tne lovirg, the anxious, the
constant wife (G jd blets her !) has eat
all night in hope and fear, awaiting
tbe tinible heme coming. We will
not enter with him. 'Tie enough for
us to know that on the o'.her side of
that door the great soul of womanhood
is soothing and upholding a staggeied
manhood. Let ns go back to where
they rejuice, my biethren, but let us
go with a drop of tendernets and
charity in our hearts, of which tbe
lovely Galilean preached.
Mr. James Phelast.
Mr. Jiimes Phelan spoke about as
follows: He said being called nnt of
the order on tbe litt of speakr-ra was
tbe second indignity to whicb he bud
been subjected, the fl it being the
change in the toast, for which he wa
not prepared. As he ar. se a friend
hud told bim not to ue any rworop.
He bad prepaied a long amy of statis
tics, which be thought would he of
interest to bis bearers. He had f u d
evidences which led h'm to the con
clusion that the fi st marks of creation
had ben found on the banks of the
Missitsippl river, wh'ch in three
days had been callod the Euprhates.
He had discovered that the beginning
of Memphis bad been the begioning
of the world. The first edi ion of the
Appbal bad appeare l in the Garden
of Eden. Tbe Avalanche had come
out of a volume of flame and smoke
and suggested another origin. The
moon had been set in the heavens for
tbe first born children of men to ad
mire. The man in the moon had
founded and issued the Evening Ledger.
Tne angel who stood with flamtog
brand at the gates of Para
dise had eet on foot the Evening
Scimitar. Mr. Phelan then alluded to
the patt played by Mr. Doatc in Ihe
political history of Shelby county, and
referied to the fact that bis name and
h s own had recently been irreverent
ly mingled together. It had been
ra'd he had repudiate the editor of
the Avalanche. Nobady but, the
Breaker could appreciate tbe irony of
this reona'k. He illustrated his first
and ln.it ttt mpt to lo.ik att r D.iak by
en nn;cdote. He closed by paving
a tribute to Mr. Desk's librra'i'y
of mind and his fair and just
treatment of public questions. He
eaid that sot the sl'ghtet unkind jir
hid ever taken pWe batween them,
and that the kiudlietft relations bud
always exitted bfttween them. He
spoke of Mr. Doak's manly chatarter
end tot him forth as a shining 1'ght
among Ameiican journalists. His
leaving Memphis was a lots to him
personally, to the Avalanche, to Mem
phis and to journniinno at urge.
Jmiico McDowclt'a Speech.
In rfspo'ding to the tos-,of ''Bench
and Bar," Judgd McDowell raid :
It is s .id that wine, lik a scire facias,
revive our judgment. Let us aU test
it by drinking one deep draft to
The editor, scholar snd poet, II. M Doak,
Somolimes culled Parson, by way of joke.
I am ca'tad upon to speak t i the toast
of the "Bench and Bar" which bar I
am not told, but if I am to imitate tbe
example of my brethren around me
tonight it is 'tot her bir that is meant.
Brother Lynn taniht me in tbe last
canvsBS how to ba on b th or either
side of any doubtful question. So, lo t
I make a mistake, I will give my con
eideret'on to both. And as to tbe
bench, I will suggest that, from what
I see around me, there will soon
be mora need for the bench than the
bar, and it was perhaps this ri flection
that induced the versatile Keating and
the fruitful Mathes to suggest this
toast, and to plare the bench in front
of the bar, for they have both been
there. We have all seen them there
in the wee hours of tbe night, when
they were far too rich to walk home.
I know many t'.ings on toat that are
far better than any speech of mine.
Indeed, I am poor on or off of foist.
Yet I am fullest of speech when I
stick cloeeat to them and I am always
sad when I stop tots'ing to epeak,
and those who hear me are sadder
than I am. Some go so far as to sav
I am dry as well as sad when I
do so, but any man row pres
ent who thinks that I belong
to tbe cry crowd tonight is a ii.
sul j jct for the foolkiller. It might bo
better siid that I rm t to full for utter
ance Yet if I di not altogether stick
to tbe points as Judges a ways do, you
muitnot presuma that I waLdr be
cause I stick too close to the toaits.
You most remember that I am cot
now Judge ; that I have goce from the
bench to tbe bar, as some of you n ay
have observed tonight, rd you ail
know that no "pent np Ulica" lim'.ti
the range of a lawyer's thoughts, and
also that lawyers are not often ac
cused of sticking too clnse to the point,
and I do not wish to Hock by mvself.
By way of a change, however, I will
go back to my toast and speak for a
while to the legsl tide of tbe bar and
tbe bench. I suppose the bench and
bar are toasted at this banquet, be
cause our honcred fr.end and truest is
about to leave tbe "great and sood
Avalanche." us tan tts and i s Blair
bills, to go among the Judges and
lawyers of Nsshvile,
Where neither Wolf river nor King Causes
bear sway,
Where old chestnuts no longer will fall in
his WMV t
Where he no more of sncicnt statesmen will
And tho Journal office bore vanish Irom
I imagine that I em railed upon to
reepind ti this t-aet, because lam
jus-, from tbe bench, aud sin noit of
the bar. And I enppo-e thai I am
r xracted to tell bim something o' the
j , dire and tbe lawyer by way nf pre
paring bim for his new asEO'.ittio'is;
but as be waa a lawyer before be
learned to play on bis bsrmonicon,
this is a need lets task. By war of a be
ginning I will state that we have be
fore us proof that jiidirs sometimes
nndortake very difficult tasks.
To make a clerk out of the
editor or parson would seem
to be about as incongruous as
to make a conservative politician out
of a new born convert m search cf an
office. The talent for epigrams and
witty paragraphs, and for graceful
style and vigorous thoustht of leading
editoiials, find little exercise in mak
ing np the routine minutes cf judicial
decisions. This talent is a ill lets fitted
to listen by the hour to the dull
speeches of prosy lawyers which be
cannot escape. And he will soon learn
that the duller the lawyer the lorg-r
his speocb, for I will take np the bal
ance of tbe night Yet we ate told
that gcod editors are many sided, and
lake to tbe bar as naturally as Prohi
bitionists do to water. Let ns there
fore hope that he who controlled our
Aialanchi will fled pleasure and con
trntment in the s'ately and dignified
proceedings of . Uncle Sam's umut
court, and also find opportunity
for work, wh eh, if not more bril
liant than his c induct of a news
paper, will be far mora enduring.
The editor, like the lawyer, lives only
in his day, aid his lame and name
on'y amon bis contemporaries. The
vast columns uf a new?ppar and the
management ef a lawcUit ara alike
only part of current events, wh'cb
pensh wl'h their remedial inllueuces,
while a bo k that is worthy tj live is
a perenniul foantan, f.om which
generations may dritik, and in Ui
more priceless than tbe ii lies' jewel
and f ir moie enduring than marble
shales or Drown st.nnary. it is "a
thing of bsau'y and a joy fi rever."
Journalism, like tbe prsct ceof the
law, is the p'ay of iLteilect on
the rock, goaded into activity, fev
ered by excitement, plying its pow
ers in the dtily task of ma ing
the brick, whether thete be straw or
not. Whib authoisbip is iuteliect
nursing lis energ es, putting forth its
best efforts, in is best wrrds and
best thoughts, with time and oppor
tunity for healthy digestion. There
fore we miy be content t sen the
light of the edit jr go out if ano'.her
and bettsr radiance is (o bi kindled
among the lighter duties of the cletk.
Gharlea Lamb wrote the "Kssiya of
Eiia" while be occupied the pVe of
an accountant in tbe East India Com
pany. Bamuel Roge'S dreamed on
"The Pleasures of Memory" in tbe
parlor of his bsnkii g boue. Litera
ture a?d loutiue bus;nrs3 are
not, then fore, incomratible. And
hence I predict that our de
parting friend will become the
official recorder of federal Judicial pro
ceedings without robbing tbe world
of the wit and wisdom, the pathos
and poetry and tbe poro Ergliah
writing and the cogent reasoning
which have so emicbed our daily
press. Tnerefore let us warmly wel
come Parson Doak into the good com
pany of tbe lavye'S and judges
where be will surely grow better, if
not wiser, from the Influence of giod
associations; and at the sme lime
weave for himae.f a wreath of literary
garlands that will be groin aad
fresh long after his day and gen
era ion. Beyond all doubt the law
yers ars the greatest conservative in
fluence In the secular affairs of men.
If you ca'l them a necessary evil the
necessity will exist as long as human
selfishness and perversity shall con
tinue. They are traiued in the study
of individual thoughts and duty, and
of the rules by which the law seeks to
pro ect thise rights and ei force those
duties. From t'lis protest ion aud this
tiaining tht judin-a y arises t j dtfi le
the application of these rules to par
ticular cases and to admiuist r the
remedial and restraining attendee of
tbe law. There is no factor in our
evil zation more po'ent for god than
the judiciary, and cer ain'y notieso un
obtrusive ami eo little ppr ciatt d. No
where in the same amount of weary
toil atidbiain work so poorly pid and
so lit le valued as that of the judicia
ry, and especially in Tennessee, wheie
a judge is ail t rues expected to listen
continuously, ti answer wisidy, delib
erate toberly a-id decide impartially,
although his mind is cften racked
with financial worry and harra'sing
earn, whicb sptings from the failure of
tbe 8 a'e to pay him a salaty commen
surate with his necessary expsntes.
This niggardly economy of tha State
is a foul blot on our statutes as well as
a rrti. c ion on the wiedoin of onr law
Dr. D. 1. Maiinflere'g) Rp"-lt.
Dr.Dudley D. Saunders responded tl
tbe tr. att "The Medical Profusion" as
follows: It has been said that "the
proper study of mankind is man." If
such be the case the medical profession
is sttictly in tbe line of dtfy. Before
the "morning sters fang to tber" tbls
terrsBtrial sphere swung qniveriBg
from the Invihible haed of lK-ily and
Straightway commenced its piepera
tion to subserve the interests
and comfort of this lord of
of creation, nude in the image of bis
maker and "onlv a little lower than
the angels." What grand r or nobler
subject for study cjnld bs pre
sented, wonderfully snd mys
teriously ts he is made? What
fascina'ion in the thought that
we may be able to add one link to
that mysterious chain stretching from
the crsdle to the grave. How to pro
long human life, prevent snd stay the
ravages of disease constitutes the
proper fie d of our labors. Preventive
medicine or hygiene is now taking a
firomient place in onr investigations
ow to keep you from gettirg sick,
then how to tnre when sick
and prevent ycu from dying is
tbe subject of our study. In the past
hundred years 10 per cent, has been
added to tbe longevity of the bumau
family. The med'eal profession, and
by this I moan the regular school of
medicine, is ! ling more real hard
work, and in tbe past ten years hai
msde more real progres1, than any
other of tbe lesrned professions. I
have net time to enter into detail?.
"No pent up Utica" contract its
knowledge; it has no secret ncs rums,
patent' d remedies or instruments; no
false dogmas control its powers or di
rect Us faith, but in the spirit if true
scholarship it a proptia'esand ntil ijs
the results oi scientific obeervatiun
wherever fonnd. Prometheus like, it
filches the fire from Uesven, chains
tne uimb'e footed lightning to its elec
tric batteiies, and sends it dancing
along the sluggish human nerves. It
draws its healing balma from i be na
tive forests, fresh and bio iming gar
dens of tbe earth, cultured by ths fair
hand of nature and redolent with fra
grance as an angel's fresh culled
crown and as variegnted in beauty as
if myriads of rainbows had burst
and siaitered their fr.igr?ncs t'-iere.
Wuh itsfc enridc rol it B'rmes me
rockribbed mountains, and from ths
deep wrinkles on their thunder riven
biowa the Goddess of N.i'nrf, in re
spnneet ) the cppeals of her nuflerina:
children, causes to How p'r. ams of
iuihIh inal 0'e aod health giving ruin
eta! waters. It reins tbe myriads of
mcnti! W3rkes the wide world over
to her flaming car of science, and wi'h
dauntless courage and nufaltering
faith dares amid tbesuKke aud car
nage of bt le to meet death in the
fiery 11 ish of the cannon's mouth, or
the silent and noiteless, though not
less fatal, tread of the relentlefs p i
tilence, "etill as the breixe but crettd
ful ss the storm," as he reaps his mor
tal barvott for immoitality. (. v
eileDt E mwood a tongue and fioni
withont her billowed eatth s'le would
mournfully call ths marly; s' rrl of
the thirty-thre medical heroes i f
1878 who lis Bleeping thereuntil tin
dream of Abou Ben Adhem st all be
rea'ia d end their names written fi st
upon the great white scroll of the
recording angel.
r. V. B. Bryaa.
Mr. C. B. Bryan spoke as fo'lows:
The writer who trar emitted t future
ages the incident of the cherry trre
and hatchet in the life of the biy who
conld not telt a lie, conferred an in
estimable benefit en pos'.eritv, and I
feel that I will honor onr gmst and
perbapM pleas his friend oy giving
soma reminiscences of bim bt;foio he
became tbe rotund, fat and sleek jour
nalist we now see. A good many
years agi, graded to desperation by
dyspeptia, I applied a farm of OlH)
acres to it. It relieved my dyspepsia
and pocket at the samo time We
wero a rnde aad simple folk in
the n igtborhncd. The mules
wrs shuck collars, the men one
"allus" a'id enpras breeches, and
the women BU i b.mno's and dr. s es
innocent of pufl or pannier or bneitle.
Suddenly there bn'st in upon ma
lean, cadaverous yjung limb of the
law, who bought a trcct of combined
strong and marehv land and ttir.ed
out as a farmer. His personal appear
ance wai not in his favor. He had a
li-an and hungry lojk. The neighbors
looked aekanc on hitn from the bs
ginning. He did not always go to bed
at early candle light; he had books
which no one could rend, and tilked
in cine unknown tongue of al
kalis, phosi bates and guano. He
wore gum boots reaching to
his wais', and had a fierce, vicious
way of attacking stumps and roots
snd with instruments of soin.i out
landish kind which he was believed
to have borrowtd from the Evil One.
He might, however, have lived down
all the tusnlc'on aud distruit, but
when they liuulthat he hadnamid
h'8 bleak hill-ide, crowned with a log
cabin, ''Kalorama," tl.eir f irbia a-ice
gave way. In vatu did a sympa his
In r, neighbor try to divert the storm
hy catling his placs "(Jlosa tj
DoakV, and rplled c'ose with
a k. Thy wnu d none nf him.
They boycotted him and cast hitn
out. He quit farming and to this pop
ular uprisirg we are indebted for ttie
"avalanche1" of wit and wlrdom with
which we have been favored for a year
or more. May ws ne t now expect
that in tho new field on which he has
entered he may encounter some other
Kalorama, lika Btlaam's as?, to Warn
him that neither farming nor keeping
Uncle Sam's seal in his proper voca
tion, but the broad field of journalism
for which he is so eminently Sited and
which he S3 adorns.
Mr. 0. P. Madden.
To the toast of "The City" President
Hadden nsp'nded as follows: "Mr.
Chairmen and my fellow citizens I
waa roques ed to coma down here to
night and s.e Doek off laughter snd
represent the city. I couldn't see any
connec. ion between seeing Doak off
and representing the city, but have
come all tho same. I am asked to
renpoud to the toast " the City." That
is a mienomer; we have no City, yon
all know Ihe rame laugher invented
fi r us by C 1. Uamt. In lintenlng to
the fpetcheB delivered to.o'glit you
must havo o'jteivrd that lbs i.ews
paper meu ere worked to detith
aud uet no pay, and the lawyers, and
the legiolntors, find the jttdg s, find the
pbysicinne, they all complain they are
worked to death and got no pay. Yet
I reprefent a 1 three professions. I
prescribe p. lis for the city's patients,
write parairiaplis tor tbe newnapers,
sit on tbe bot ch ai n judgo, snd as my
friend Pat Winters would cay, act ib
prcsecuiinu n'totney at the name time.
Laughter, Yet I don't complain of
not enougii pay. Now as to the city.
What is the use of one man speaking
his sentiments when there are 76,000
men. women ana children hero ull
ntoclalminii iti irrratness. and wl en
the eyes of the United Stttes and
the world are turned in our
direction. Each day, each week,
only sods to our prosperity.
Our legal tilent is not surpa'sed any
whero. That's recognized ; its recog
nittd in Wahirgton, where we had
the drummer's tax discn'sed the other
day, and when 1 asked Ssm Walker
abont it lie said: LUtte wr gm made
the finest speech I ever heard in my
life." Theu thete's our doctors, tbey
can't be beat taking a man to pit cob
at d pn ting him together, and laying
him away Without making any noiso.
Laughter, Tbe o'her day, in dig
ging under a Taxing D. strict building
we fonnd three big holes full of bones,
all nttt'Btinit the science of our doctors.
Liuuhter. They are part of the as
sets our city and will stay there until
some day bone will come to bone, that
is If it can find its bone. Now, when
it comes to preachers, we can beat the
world. I went to church Sonday
night and intend to go once a
week hereafter. Sensation Yes, I
sin. Moddniy wou d suggest my si
lence upon the subject of merchants,
but I can't resist tbe temptation to
say that no city is in the enjoyment
of greater commercial prosperity than
Memphis. We can do more business
on lees capital, lend out money on
bigger rates of interest, charge more
insurance, pat more cotton on tbe
streets in the rain on Sunday, than
any tity in the world. With $10,000,
000 capl'al, we do 1100,000,000 cf busi
ness, and as Jay Qould t ild me tbe
other day-laughter you know I
got to bo quite iotimate with Jay, the
lu'tire thiee great cities of the West
and Southwest will ba St. Paul, Kan
sas City and Memphis."
Judge Hadden made other hnranr
oua allusions, chiefly to Col. Doak's
career as a jonrnalist. He said:
"You all know bis career on the
Avalnnclu. You all know how ha
has written. Some of his editorials I
couldn't understand, but I indorsd
them all the same. Ycu tay he
left bis impress upon journalism.
Yes, he did, but bow? By
introducing harmony into local jour
nalism, where before bis arrival all
waa petty rival. y and constant disten
sion snd turmoil. Now, through bit
influence, there Is brotherly love all
around." In conclusion he sa'd:
"Yon leave us all with tbe kindliest
of feeling in our hearts, and as the
representative of tbe city I ray you
tarry wth you the best wishes of our
ci izenr."
Htatst Nesialur Mltowll.
Klu'a Honnt ir MnTlrtuiiill ntTt rf.
snonded to the vol in'eer toast of "Tbe
Farmer," and in tones tt at convinc:-t!
li's bearers II tit V p v upw wlmt he was
ta', l ing nbotit. Iio mndrf nittny pnints
and Whh loit'ilv nhxeri'il.
lion. Wni. ll. Moarr,
The Hon, lVm. K. Moor, wiio was
booked f r a speech in response to the
toas: ' Our Merchants," was dieablod
Tailor and toiler.
MT VAll. STOCK la aew
Meet YaHed I have ever ettered la Memphis, consisting of all Us
SOVaLTIKfl IN rAISCV IIIINUi. wnitsrniis
th taTRBT an Lift, ovbHtxttririt.a anh fsnct
PiNTilOOSi tn great variety, all ef the LtTSVr DKnMJtsa,
Introduced by tbe Leading Importers of England, rsuce and Uer
wiany. 1 with to make apaU'lAL inRNTION to my customers and
Ueubllo to call and Inspect any UAUHiliciiN'r S lOCIa. at my
Cor. Sioond aid Jtffirten
by sickness from attending and sor t a
letter of regrets, accompanied by a
copy of his intended remarks, which,
owing to the latenees of the hou-, wa
not read.
t'ol. SI. V. UalUwaj.
A personal toBt to Ool. M. C. Oalla
way, of ihn ArrtAL, brought the vn
e ruble journalist to tk feet. He
paid a bsndeouie compliment
to Mr. Dak, which was
loudly applauded and wai much ap
preciated, coming from a centleman
of his expe.ienrte and posit on in thp
profeesion. II rera'b'd the far of
bis opposition (o Andrew Johnson
when a candidate for Congress fiom
tbe State st large, r.nd toufersed liia
nvBti'kent'd the leclitudn of Ids rart
uer, Mr. Keating'a position in tur-
S ining the old linn ef Detnocraiy, the
efender of the Federal Constitution.
Mr. Doak as well as all others of tlios"
who wote pre-ent wore much touched
by the remarks of Col. U allaway, who
was long and loudly applauded at tho
Mr. Ktatng then announced, in
happy and appropriate terms, the cloBa
of one of tbe most er joyable banquois
ever given in Memphis.
nd by Two White Heal 1'poit a
The little ill smolling den at No 13J
McCall itreet, over whose dcor ban;',s
(lie sign of Sam Kee, Chinese hum
dryman, wai the prenn yesterday f 're
noon at about 10:30 oVlock of an u.t y
and bloody crime. A cur'ain bunging
on the In'ide ot the gla'S door of the
laundry almost thnts out the view
from tbe street, and the nitfcieants
were enabled to do their bloody work
umeen by any passer by. Tho tint
alarm was given by Mrs. Catherine
Horrigan, who keepn the American
House next do"r, and rents the laun
dry to Ihe Chinamnn. She taw two
men, one ra'her tall and of stout hui'd,
and the other of shorter atatnre and
wearing a derby hat, enter the laundry
and cli se the door behind them. A
short time afterward they came out,
and the smaller one locked the door
on tbe outside and nnt the key in bis
pocket She called to them not to
lock the door, but they paid no atten
tion fo her and walked hurriedly out
to Main street and turned dowu
to the southward. Fearing that
something waa wrong, Mr'. H or
rivan tan to the door ef the laun
dry and luokcd through the glses. A
horrible sight met her eyes. The pa
per covering the lanndry table wss
Bplaahed with lilocd, snd the floor was
also stained with tbe tell tale lluid,
giving evidence of a crime that had
just been enacted. Ram Kej lay be
tiind the end of the table near the
rear wall, writhing convulsively. Mrs.
Horrigan callod lo him, nnd ha ralsad
his head. It was covered with blood.
Mis. Horrigan summoned assistance
and opened the door with a key d her
own, Tho poor Chinaman waa found
to be olinr.ht lift-lees. His head was
swollen to twico i's natural iiz, his
left eye wus c o?ed and blood was
ttreaming fiom his ears and mouth.
He was ciimcimn and managed to say
that two men l al beaten and rub ed
him. His ovnri'oist aud money were
nibniiiB. Dr. Overall was summoned,
and after examining the viciim ex
pressed the opinion that, he bad been
struck with a sandbaut or some
otber luavy instrument, and wai
dsngerondy injured. The bleeding
was caused by l ho concussion re
sulting from the blow. Tbe inte
was robbery, beyond a doubt. The
two men raw the Chinamnn slnne in
the dimly lighttd room, aad evidently
determined at once to take the chance
of robbing bim and getting away be
fore an alarm could be. given. They
probably naked bim for some clothes,
which they pietended to have left
there, and when ho tarned to tearch
f r ihem among tho bundles on a shelf
near the rear end of the table, they
sprang upon him and did their das
tardly work before he could cry for
Tbe Chinaman wan neut to the City
Hospital and late last night was in an
Insnnsiblo condition. Hie esse in
critical. Tbe police trauked two white
men answering the description given
of the robbers to the river, which they
crossed in a skiff and escaped arrest.
New Obusans, I.A., November 12.
Night Arrived: City of New Orleans,
HU Louis.
CiHCietSATi, 0.,Nsjvember 12. Night
River 3 feet 11 inches on tbe gauge
and rising. Weather colder; snowing
all day.
VicKsnoHo, Miss., November 12.
Night Departed: Fatnre City and
bargee, Henry Lowery and barges, St.
Louis to New Orleane.
Oaibo, III., November 12. Night
River 3 leet H inches on the gauge and
stationary. Weather cloudy and cold ;
light snow fall this afternoon.
Lotjihvili.s, Kv., November 12.
Night River rising, 3 feet 3
inches In the canal and 1 foot
1 inch on the utile. Weather
cloudy and oi l, wlta rain and mew.
Packets behind time. Business dull.
After raining all tne morning it turne
cold at noon and began snowing, con
tinning leveml hours. Tbe snow
melted as it fell. The weather is
still cloudy snd is turning colder.
James L. Orr, et al., to Taxing Dis
trict of Shelby county, lot. 60x130
feet, west side Big Creek on Randolph
roau ; cotieidora tun, friOO.
D. M. Scale', executor, In Wm. D.
Lncas parts of lotn 71 and 73 in Jno.
D. Ammon's subdivision; considera
tion, $!)00.
IXhiiioikIhiiI MiilfortTw.
Not id (Silver at Mul ori'n.
Fln Ji'WA'I'y al tisir.rirs.
Flno Wal(iiH at MnIf'rrM.
Fine Watch K' pairing, ilulford's.
lullltii Itlnrt nt Malfo'dV.
Memphis, Tann.
President of the (Ireut LOUISVILLE CO'J.
RIKR-JOHRNAL CO.. tells wnat
be knows of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
Orrica or tax Cui'msR-JousiAt.,
LiiL'mvii.i.e. Kt.
2r. WmtrrsietfA .'r-.- waive a rule 1 have
olsorrel for ninny yars, tho value ot your
retnoily proaiptina me to lay, in replv to
your rtxiuent, whnl I know ol your Chill
Cure. The orlvale asur:inccs i f its srTi -ai-y
I had, anil tho good result' nf its ellei-ts 1
hail ohrerred on Mr. K. W. Mereilith, wno,
for more thnn fltlrun yurtri,, haa teen lore
man o' tny nfttoe, in ftn-rvt mo to test It in
my lauilly. Tho rcrull have linen entirely
ratin'actiiry. t Tie llr?t om-e was of two
veers' sianiliug. in which 1 believe every
known rauii-tiy had boon trioa with tempo
rary rel of-lV-e chil'a rotui-ning p.iriodically
sua wiib snemingW locruaeed s-jvetity.
Your euro broho ttii:iii it onoe, and there has
beon no rocurrem- of tbciu fur more haa
six mt nths. Tho other case was ot a milder
form, anil yiolited more resdily to other
rotuedies; but the chills would return at in
tervals until your medicine was ased, sin -e
which time, now sovorat months, they h--s
entirely disappeared. From the opportu
nity l have hud tojuilco, 1 do not henituteia
express my holinf thut your Chill Ituri it a
vuluablo speeitio, and - periormi ali you
tromiso for it. Kospt-ctlully.
A UI III1 It PUTEIt k CO., Avsnts, Loois
T'll?i Ky.
L. BROTHERS, Druggists. Owego, K I
lOW- White and hlsck, giving mtlk. Ap
ply on my place, i , miina nut on t nloa
sue. JAtHIH lll'OIIKT.
ULR Owner can have hy proving prop
erty ami pnvint: ennrges,
WM. KI.KY, White ll iven, Tinn.
i iisr
I iUH-Tho
i ilor will nlo.se return my
ok and tan dog, "Joe," to No.
J white, l.lno
it union ' troet.
1. Please write to your K. M. 11.
( 1 K V llOwK A i.aI1IU1.1j to weather strip
Vl youriloors and wlmlotvs Thore is solid
comfort and economy In this. Uornor os
ond anil Miilisnn slrrels
"ijO, i It K W A It N K I) 18 K I it K A It M I! 1 M iue.
J' Kan Ntvy. tuo celol.rt teil tlipsy Clair
voyant, is (till residing nt 177 third st , near
Poplar, Kvorybody shi nlil not fail to visit her
DU. J. U. WliTrK-2lirMiiin, o..r-X.(r.'r-
son st. nmnMeleohi nejttl i residoiice HS.
J MhTKliNS-lluilt ami rciuilred" and w.r
v ranted. Inventor of tbo Hanitary Port
land Csment I'umii. Contractor and hrlck-
ly.T. Telephone ana. 'I lltlH tMHIIIINW.
FOK RliM .
KOOMS-Two nice front rooms, .luitnble
tor sei tlmusn snd wlfs or two young
niMi, ntjtw Pontotoc strfet. near cor line.
NKW COTTAd K 6 rooms and kitchen,
cornor Orleans nnd Broadway, conven
lent to both streot car linen.
II U t!IIU,KNL4 Madison st.
NIltKlYVurni shed Room, southern expo
sure and sunny, without board, in pri
vate family t relereuces given and required.
Address A. 11., this office.
-A furnished room,
at it r tan street
ROOM A nice furnished room,
At No. 17 Hilling street.
XjkaOiuck am'A
JLl good cistern. No. 77 Pontotoc. Apply at
1 U7.JEFFKRtiON BTHKKT "l( rooms.
X ' I A poly at !fi! Mailison street.
rriU & U I LllTi RT P LA 0 K-ttor n er "S t h u rn
X avenue and Jackson street: two-story
frame, about 'U aore Isnd. f ruin of nil kind,
fine fruit and vegetable garden, Will ent
for a series of years, Alro, sno'.Ser place,
some six acres, near Uatton's: one vines
and fruit, with residence.
L. B. M cFAHLAND, M Madison st. n
,11 OHHE-Wlth six rooms. Apply at So. "
'll Mulborry street. f)K POOL.
OOM Large 1 leasant furnisheii rooms
central Incut
tion. at HI maunen street.
tl-DTURY lIUlIeiK Nine rooms Ai
ii 1.15 HiTth street, Fort Pickering.
IVCRNIHIIKI) HOll.MM-huil.lite for itents1
J and light houokooplng, at 11J M-inroe.
N us. 8, 9 and 10 In Cotton Ri.-hange
llullillng, on second floor, fronting o: oecona
s root, formerly occupied by M B. si.d A.
11. R. Apply at '11 Mad son street.
T KSIDKNCIC At lie AiiamS itrejt.
ft For particulars initiiro of Dr. Willett.
TtilTAlIK -Seven rooms, on Walker ave-
J noe. on
Imwood itroet car line. Apply
at M Union st.
"j aRUK"riTOHK-rirst floor and cellar.
J J with side and roar tntrenoe., N is. )l
gnd tun Main street.
l)FKIC'KS-Nti. ano Second street.
HOOMM-For light housekeeping No. 379
Poolnr street, over drugsto e.
DWfcl.LlNU.S-Nos m Main strset; 2
Court Strcot and tl Quitnby street.
VACANT boTt-Artily to
It. II. SNOWUKJI or J. L. (100DL0E,
.HA Madison s'reet.
T"'"VVO ROttMS-Ataa Carroll avaanei iwe
lines of cars.
OOMS l'laaeanl rooms, furnished it
desired, with references, at .' Madison.
KOOMS Two, nicely furnished, suitable
for gen I lemon ; five minutes' ilk from
Court Biiuare. Addru'S X. V.
DOUHLK cOrTAK-lin V'irVtnt rt
nue, flvo mliiutes' walk to street cars.
new, cheap and convenient. Ca.t a' lit) Kty
a' lit') Hty
. A Rt'iUI,
bnrn fur nartirulnrs. Mrs. K. L
tii-nlnrs. rvi
First floor-
At :H MiJism "reet
4EI.KH ,NT KlOMh-Al M.trke. street!
single or en strife, lurntuHe-i or unlur-nisbe-1,
good wa'er, an.! roar tiu:nes.
PLEASANT lurnishud room fr enile
n en; HI Washington ; reforrnfe rennirea
TORKiIOUbE Four suiry aiiJ basement
storeho-ifo. No. 2SI Front rlroot.
( SbltoN OFfl t:u -Ai,,,ir to E. M . Apper
son Si Co., No. tll I-runt street.
HOUSE- -2'.1) Wtisriipgt-n H . ; " rooms and
b-turo' ui. Apply at LUP' i.tarM.
C"TO it til: 'IS.
O N". I'" M.iin Street.
No. M 110 Street.
No. '.M7 Vain Stioot
Apuly to IAMI.8 LEU, Jk.,4 M.,d-cn rtt.
I" 0(IM:.' Two furnished or u-iturnished
V r"iiiis :it 40 Slodi,ii'r. f toh.
j i' L Ki I A1N I new'y iuidIhIuiI ri , lmth
U roi.ro, e-.e, lrj'tuiro at ll'i ' tteeat
y.l.l " l UK AM JIAL.M
Ti not a liquid, muff or voteiUr. AppUtii
intonoitrihiiquiekljiahiorbed. It '? rutj
tiehcad. Alia y inflammation, Jfrlft!i
lore, lifttorettfut tenieioftatteanil tmrll,
B0wifn( PrHvatait; bit mart, rsirr(srs,eii.-a(a

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