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la la receipt ef t larrer,
Ileal,) thai was 'aver aaown
tack eosaprltei the choicest
ad atoit darable goads in gentlemen's near.
MT Sample ani Prices on
who hare left measures.
lock Open
WE would res"entfully announce to the publio that we hare opened ao A not Inn House,
aad will conduct the General Auction liusiness. at our old stand, fco. IB "lu
-tract, in the Webster Block. Huvina tenured tne services of M ij. J. R. MoDON ALU, the
well known Aoetion Sale'tnon, Wbd has a long experiooe in the auotion business, we are
prepared to make sales at RKS1DBNIK6 or SIORKUOUSES, and will ray particular atten-
tioa to the dale of Real Estate nod solicit a liberal patronage, a our motto is QUICK HA LBS
and PROMPT SiSTrLKMKNTS We will m.iko special rales with Atiorneve, Adminis
trators, Assignees, Sheriffs, Commissioners and Guardiana. Kales at our bale.roouia daily
at 10 o'clock e.m and at 7 o'clock p m.( and Trade Ha es onoo a week, the day to be an
nounced hereafter. Consignments of Merchandise of every kind solicited.
N.lU;M'UOIF at CO., Licensed Auctioneers.
J. R. MrDONALO. leman. ' .
One Week and Saturday Matinee Begin
ning asanday, Nmrnbtr istn The
Distinguished American Aotrei s,
Tuesday and Wednesday eveninga,
Thursday. Friday and Saturday evenings,
rillHI'lli, HKAKie),
By Clinton Sluart, Kea..
Superb east Costumes by Worth.
Hrtd Mai"ee Saturday.
Monday, Not. 22-hMMA ABBOTT GRAND
Open Daily from 1 until 10:30 o.m.
Open Saturdays Iron 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Engagement Extraordinary This Week. Bee
Aid a boat of other Wonders.
Talented Star Artiste .
Reserved Seats ietheTneat-r. 10- Ktre.
BEAUTIFUL HOME-Three mi lea from
oity, on Poplar at., oor. Treaevant ave.,
MS acres, 8 aere grove, re t under plow.
Inquire at 47. asters ppl avenue '
SATCHEL On Wednesday eve., on Shelby
Ft. car No. 29. a red leather satchel, con
taining money and papers. Lihero' reward
will to i-ai'l for return of same to 0. UUF,.
corner Hnt'er ati'i Tecees ea t.e.-ta.
COW On Thursday, near noon, two cowa;
one a black, with on p end bole In on
ear and Slit and hole in the 1 then tho
other, red and white spotted, with a swallow
fork in tight ear; tents have black marks.
A suitable reward for their return to me,
near cor nor of Lace avenue arid Ay res street.
KATIB I! DSKLL Please write to yrur
own FRANK M. II.. Memphis. Tenn.
C1ALL AT 19.1 DKSOIO STREET and have
an elegant Cress made for Si. Short
Wraps and (lotting and Fitting Ladies'
Dresses a aroclnlty.
G-Ei HO jK A haGRILL to weather strip
I" your doors and windows There is solid
eomfortand economy in this. Corner Sec
ond end Madison strecta
R.J. D. WulTK 213 Main, cor. JeSer-
son st Oflioe telephone 831 1 residence 68.
C1ISTGRNS Built and repaired and war
J ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone Has. TTIOH CURRTNS.
SCHOOL DBSKS About sixty double
school desks, solid eherry, east frames,
good condition. Call, or adn-ess
A. J. PTKELB, 291 Orleans st.
fioe that eost 300. Address P. 0. Box 18.
GROC1RT STORE-Stock and ditnres,
at coed stand, di.ing good paying busi
ness. Cheap to qutok purchaser.
H. B. Cl'LLEN, 4 Madison st.
AT A BARGAIN A good paying Qarman
Boardinghouae in Helena, Ark., owner
wishing to retire. For further particulars,
Inquire at BKUNER'B, In Helena. Ark,
ITZFKLD'S Oil, Fluid and tias Stores,
iot ngni nonaeseepipg, 33 Kcona at.
FEW Heating Stoves, second hand, good
as new, Cheap. HlT7.FnLD.233 Beoond.
Address W.. this office.
LOTChoioe Fort Pickering lot; no city
taxes. DR. HINSON, 279 Main st.
FRAMKOottage, on oor. Kay burn ay. and
Georgia st. ; lot 86x170, with a heuao of 8
rooms, in good order. This is a choioe piece
of property, and ean be purohaaed on easy
monthly payment by payinr part cash. Ap
ply Minter Parker or A. J. Martin, 29 Main.
PLANTATION-On tha Arkanaas River,
Lincoln County 00 acrea in high state
of cultivation; lOWscteeln tract: well im
proved; a team gin, i large barns. 21 good cab
ins and basdanme dwelling, 7 rooms, with 20
meres lawn in front. Liberal terms. Apply to
372 and 374 Front street, Memphis,
er J. O SAW RETT, Barassa, Ark.
STFZF eLD'S Oil, Vapor and Gas Stoves
for light housekeeping. 233 Second Bt.
tpOR SALB CUEaP-No. 6 Washington
J? Band Press, for nine-column paper)
good aa new. nquire at No. 37 Union at.
AT F. A. Jonea A Co.'s., one nloa gentle
baggy MAKE that any lady oan drive
or ride perfectly aafe.
KSIDBNCB-Nos. 86aod 88 Market st.
XV in (cod repair : lot 57Hxl48)4. Apply to
M. C. KENNBDr 47KMosby at.
little used, ana in gooa condition. Ap-
AffHAU ujrriuic.
TTTJJE leaee and fixtures of the Bt. El no
X Hotel, Me'ldian, Misa, Twenty-five
-oommodioaa rooma, within three minutes
walk of the Union Depot; largo sample
room on tho street next door t now doing a
stood business and popular. Can be bad at a
bargain if applied for within the next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Elmire, proprietor,
OLD M ATERIAL In the storehouses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low
nsteln A Bros,'; ronst be removed at once.
Apply e JOHN RK1D, Bnilder.
NEAT COTTAGE Of si rooms, and" lot
.i44, 54 Dean avenue. Inquire on
pre i-aes
rSHEAP-One second-hand ROCKAWAY,
KJ nariy aa good as new , atKH Unl' a st.
CTEDAH rENCINti POfif S-For sale by
J W. R.LARK1-V. Laralnaville. Ala.
WOoDLAWN 8 T ICK FARM- In theetni
one thorouKhhred Running Horse; fee
ft). One Trottinir Horse; feo, tlO. OnoJer
aey Bull ; fee, tiM For Sals-30 Horses,
3 Milob Cows, 16 head Butcher Crttle, Pea
cocks and Newfoundland Pupa. Horses op
casture. IS per month : Texas hcrves. lne per
e. f slei lone JOSEPH BURN EI. 8S3.
more varied And better ie-
this geason'a imnorta.
In thii market, Tho
designs, finest textures
application to those
for Inspection
Mil LB-Owner can have same by proving
property and paying cbaraes.
WM HPBI.i.MAN. '"d Marlison at.
KOOMS AM) 110 Altl).
TABLE BOARD The best the market af
fords. At 87 CUUKT STREET.
NHWLY furnished front room, with ele
gant bjard, for single gentlemen; 87
uourt street
Donra, w aijiitij ox.
At 117 Linden Btrect.
T. JAMES HOUSK-68 Adams street.
Rooms, with or without board.
OOMS AND BOARD Can be had at
00MS Desirable rooms, with board,
At 44 Martlet street.
URN ISIIRD RO iMS-With or without
board; table bonrdera warted ; l& Uourt.
DESIRABLE RUOMS-With board, at
ROOMS Furniahed, with board.
At AHI Shelby street.
ROOMS-Pleasant furnisb"d rooma. with
board, for ladies orirantlen on. Terma
very reasonable. Sffl Court Extended.
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, sinule or ea
suite, furnished or nnfurnisbed, with or
witbont hordr otnerroom. 1(4 'Vn't
GOOD BOOK-KEEPER To go to the ooun
try; sa'aryfTi. Must he hot est, cspa
1 le and sober. Young unmarried man pre
lotred. Apply, wi h raforer.coa, at this
office, : 4. H.
V , 'ht oflice.
BLAT Or part of a residence (three or
four r. oidh), in good neinhborhood, for
light house keepng,o reason able terms; ref
erences exchanged. Ad, C. U T.,this 1 flioe
SITUATION-By a thorough and enemelic
busioeas uian, having ha I an cxpeiienne
of taent; yeirs in the cotton hnsinesa in this
oity at d in New Or.eans. Addres
11., ti is oflice.
HUE GIRL To conk; good waees.
Apply at 97 V.-CB ST.
Apply to Madam Honsseau, at
TO PURCHASE Ten draya. second hand
or new. E. G. ROBINSON.
ALBUMEN Tliree experlencrd dryjgeods
salesmen; no other teed applv at 4
HITE GIRL As Cook. Call immedi
ately at 97 Monroe st. Mrs W.K.llruoe.
I MMEDIAIELY A diningroom boy,
At 72 Madison at.
TUB LADIES To know they can learn to
cut and fit their own dreasei, by calling
at No. 19) Desoto street, cimple, eaaily
learned, cheap
COMPETENT NUKHE To take eare ' f a
baby. A poly at 260 Adams street. . Rel
et en oe required.
P08iriON-By a practloal farmer of seve
ral years' experience in farming and
management of labor, as Manager on ootton
plantation; aatisfaotory references given.
Address M., 57 Linden street.
TWO SALESMEN To ae lour liee of Em
broideries to trst-olass trade in Tennes
see and Arkansaa on commission. Can be
oarried as a side line. Address, "Ith refer
600, 602 and 604 Washington Ave., St. Louis.
Apply at 80 Beale street.
OfN 1 TEAMS At$4 per day; 1(0 Drivers
ZiJJ at $10 per day. Pay every Satur
day night. 200 Station Men; will pay from
12 to 17 oents per yard. Bast work on the
levee: no roots; no grubbing; all new work
infields. o-d camps. Irqnireof
F. A. JONES A CO.. 61 Monroe street,
Of on works of Forrest A Co.. Austin, Miss.
(JALbHMfiM In every State in the to ion
O to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
jrtoULTiss that are popular and easy sell
In. Can be handlod alone or In conneotion
with other goods. Address TUB WM. B.
A : Uhambers Home.
0OD Colored Chambermaid,
as is Madison street.
CIOOK-Good first- class cook at 299ft Seo
J ond street, op-stairs.
ROOMS Two or three unfurnished rooms
by two parsons. Apply at Schilling's
Boardinghonse, Adams street.
GEN IS - In every town to sell Pianos
and organs, auuflt A CO.. Mempms.
BOARDERS Or withoutrooms,
At CI East Court atreet.
order in Beit styles at
ROOMS Well furnished rooma, Ko. 1
Linden strer.
T AN An Intelligent, earnest man to rep.
.k-iA. nai, la ui, vwn IWfiailtr, tv
sponsible house. A remunerative salary to
risht party. Steady position. Refereneea
exchanged, Amerioan Manifaeturlng House,
i, i) r c m v
1 l LB8 -"ATUERS-Hlabeet cash
1UI lyJ priee paid by GABAY, Memphis.
next thirty days for tl 50.
- ,v ; ... -. A. WESSON,
' 243 Main sreet.
( Ll UOLD A SILVER For rash or
I ebT,. Ml'LFORrt. .Tew, er. 2"4Mi
Ffayrjiclan and PsychologlKt
DR. VANCE has perfected blmselt In psy
chcloary, and ia prepared to treat dis
eases of nervous origin hj entl ey new
methods. His tberapeuiics is addressed prin
0 pally to the higher brain centers of spirit
ual activity, whose influence on lower 'unc
tions, nervous and bodily, is paramount. As
master of the laws governing psycho-physical
phenomena, he la ennfld .nt that results
will ineot his most aanguine exptcutiona.
4JlIlce-2?S 1-2 Mala Street.
Whethrr Pat O'Hrlfii Fell Oat of the
Miudow or YYh lhnmt (Jnt
bj Mardirous Hauds.
B tween the hours of 12 ond 1 o'c'ock
Satuiday night, Nov. ni'-er 6th, the
otlkevfl on tli beat t! nt iuclnd' s Vaiu
etrtet between Adaais ami Waehit R
ton biard g-oans proceeding from the
alley thut duid- a iba tqnaie. On go
ing to the rpnt whence they appeared
to emanate, they found a man braieed
and bleed nf? sn l half nnconecious.
His jw woe broken, big chin meshed
into a pnlp, a nnmber of b'ie front
t-eth gone and one t f bis legs broken.
They carried the nnfurtanate man to
the Station Home, wbete a phjsician
was Butnmoned and his wonnda a
tended to. Aa aeon ea be recovered
confcionanopi he ttated that his name
waa Put O'Biien, and that he had been
pitched cut of the window of his own
room, a d stance of thirty feet He
gave the namfa of tw men, "John"
and "Charley" he ra!lf d them, who
he said had pushed bim out of the
window. As ri on aa these facta were
ascerteinrd, Officer t-'cott returned to
the buililmg where tbj wounded
man 'Hvurt a"d arrtet'd a
woman named Mrs. arth Tin
Uall, with wLom tha in j and
man had bseu living in illicit inter
course lor n period of twj or three
yarB. Two men, gndweiing the
detcriplioa given, were a rcsttd, bot
a' to evidence vb nrldnc d eaiiiHt
them, thoy and Mrs. Tiodall were dis
charge i on Mnnilay morning, Novem
ber 8ih, thirty-six hours alter the oc
currence. O'Brien was taken to the
home of his brother, correr of Main
and CoBlmerce, and tenderly cared
lor. Dr. llenung was in daily at
tendance, 6i d did all that eurg:cal
ekill could dj to alleviate bis pain and
save his life, but it was all to
no pnrpote, and Tuesday night he
died, and was buried yesterday. Dur
ing the ten days of his BufLrirgsat
bis brother's house he had fiequent
spells of conscicusntss, wis in com
plete posset sion of his faculties, and
peis'ated in declaring that bis fall was
not accidental, but tuat he bad been
precipitated Irotn the window by the
hands of "John 'aud "Charley." This
statement was made ' not only
to Dr. Hecnicg, his attecding
phvsician, but 10 his brother
ar.d the ladies of the family
who ministeredto his wounds. By
some s rjDge oversight no attempt was
made to confront the dying man with
those be accused of the crime whh the
view to their identification. The fam
ily of the deccastd resolutely main
tain tbat the deceased wa murdered,
and in support of that theory point to
the fact that while hia chin and jaw
were ma-.hed, his nose escaped with
out scratch. This, they say, indi
cates tbat he was beaten and kicked
into unconsciousnees be for 9 he was
launched on his fatal fall out of the
Late yesterday afternoon an Appeal
wbero tin tragedy occurred. The
houe is numbered 201 Main street
and the ground floor ia occupied by
Scbeibhr & Co.'s bidn and leather
s ore. Oa the second Uoor are a num
ber of rooms rented out to families.
One of tbe.se was 01 cupied ly O'B.ieu
and Mrs. Tindall, their nearest neigh
bor being one Mrs. Smith, who, in
company with her li'.tl girl, aged It),
occupies the room adjoining where
the fatil window looks oat upon the
a. ley. M s. Smith ia a tall ladr, thin
and ecraftny, pant tha middle tga and
a glib tdktr. Site readily auceJcd to
0 rtquiiat lor an interview, bho said:
"I knew Pat O'Biiea very well; we
called bi'U "Mike;" he lived next door
to me. On the night he '
bo was drinking, and audit 0:150
o'clock ,tbat evening Mrj. Titdall
tame to my door and s.tid: 'For
God's sake let me in; Mike is beating
me!' I opened the door and let her
iiito my room and k-pt Mike ont.
Mrs. Tiudit l was hick nd U d down,
acid alt r Mike had gone back to hia
rcom I went ont to visit my daughter,
leaving M s. Tindall in my room. I
jeturnrd about 11 o'clock that night
and f . und her a'ill there, and there
she remaini d until alter midnight,
wben an ifflter knocked at the door
and told ns tbat O'Brien had been
found in tbe alley. I f uppoe be must
bave fallen while vomiting out of the
Mrs. Smith, on be'ng questioned aa
to Mrs. Tindall'a whereabouts, stated
tbat she had left tbe building, and
that she (Mrs. Smith) did not know
where Mrs. Tindall was.
am iNSPicnox or thi window
by tbe reporter developed the fact
that the sill is about two feet from tbe
grouud and unusually broad, and the
theory of an accidental fall over it
did not strike him as likely to occur
even to drnnken man. The next
p'ace visited waa the house of the
dead man's brother. No information
was obtained there beyond the state
ment that deceased had persisted in
accusing John and Charley of murder
ing bim. One of the ladies about the
bouee Intimated that she knew more,
but did not think tbe
After diligent inquiry tbe discovery
was made that Mrs. Tindall lived at
No. 41 Poplar street, a house occupied
by Mr. Danials. In respoose to tbe
reporter's ring a froway looking,
druuken, slovenly woman opened the
door and led (he way to a dimly
lighted apartment, where Mrs. Tindall
soon made her appearance. She Is
tall, slim, and by no means an attract
ive looking woman, of sallow com
plexion, nigh on to 50 veats of age,
and it is difficult to understand bow
deceased, who had not yet reached
his thirtieth year, could bave formed
a liaison with so old a woman. That
she bas seen better days is
clear. There is nothing about ber to
Indicate either tbe criminal or the
wanton. Her story ia a sad one. The
epidemic found her tbe inmate of a
happy borne, surrounded by a prom
ising family, and comfortably lap
ported by an affectionats husband.
The fever carried him away. Her
property passed into the hands of a
public administrator and shrunk to
insignificant proportions. One of her
daughters is married in the city and
has turned her back upon her; piece
by piece, her anAnt possessions left
her, until pover y and wsnt drove her
to tbe sheitar of tbe borne of O'Brien
offered to provide for ber. She lived
with him for over two years. He
treated her well, but on Satardy
nivthts wuld usually get drunk, and
when in hie cups beat and kicked her.
Last fa'urday ebe tUd from him into
Mrs. rmith's room. The marks made
upon her legs by hia brti'a! kitks, ehe
said, are etill visible. Between 0 and
10 o'clock she hoard him
return. At 11 o'clock Mre". Kmith,
who had been out, returned.
O't'.rieu beard her, 1.1 d mm, 'Wire.
Smith, mm I rome iu tb reA: nd the
rfplieil, "'No; I wtot nt i'raukarcJs
here." H then said, "Sarnh, co'ite
tack," rftrri'gto Tindall, but
s'ie feared to dj en. Then si e went
to B eep at d lard nothing more till
tie office' cme. Mm Biconu ni ed
him into 0'Briei''i uom i d fotii d
tho lab'e oveiturr.el a d tliedct is
on the fl mry yet a1 e Jml hea d ro
nriee when they W. Th s ws the
sub-riant e of her s' t, n eri. It doe
not ta Iy with Mis Nit'.4V, who
makes 110 re.'e.recc to 0'B-:e'.i's ca'l
ing through, the wall, a king to come
iD. There ae ottur :en.ti ta on the
same floof, who doi li'leie can throw
l'uht en the laa'ter n' tihly, Mrs.
Twtedy's life gi'l aid the vtomin
who occup'es tbe rxm eouth of
O'Brien's. It msy he thot no crime
has been committed, but the ma e of
this community demands that the
matter bs sifted to the bottom and
not passed over with indiflerence.
The grand jury may prs:ibly fail in
fixing the guilt of this man's death
upon any one. It is perhaps unlikely
tbat there ia crime involved in it, but
there are circumstances in the ease
that require explanation, and the safe
ty of husnan life in this emmunity
demands that a rigid investigation bs
made. '
AnKoynbte Afflalr, nt Which (he
klla of ersunii rioclely
. . Were Preaeut.
Tho twenty-ninth anniversary of
the "Deutsche Casino" was co'ebrated
last night at their commodious quar
ters on Madieou street, with thai ge
nial conviviall y tempered by excel
lent good taste tbat is chiirattttiis'ic of
our German fellow c'tizens. The early
hours of the eveuin,; w re devoted
to tbe iuttillatioa of ollioors aad
to the singing, of et rri g airs by a
chidr of mat vefe.s, ci'irpoud of
Casino wemb'.rii t Tim eflhera are:
Jos. Specht, St., nresident, LmisErb,
Vice president ; Henry l' ters p, sec
retary ; Jno. W. Vcoieii, tieaturer; F.
W. Stemmler, financial s"crelaiy; Dr.
R. L. Laski, librarian. It was nearly
11 o'clock when the aseemhled hd ea
and genthmen were invitd to the
banquet hall, where a magnificent le
past awaited them. Tha following is
Consomme d'oef aux Croutons,
Cali'ornia Trout, Sauce llollandaise,
Lettuce Mayonnaise, ,
Parisian Potatoes,
Fried Oysters, Msryland Celery,
Heh-Book,Ca no Style,
Lyonnaiie Point ea,
' Turkey, Cranberry Sauce,
Bisnankorb, V, iodmiii hie,
Orange uud Macronen Pyramiuu 1,
Chocvlada, Creme,
Brod, runrc',1,
Vanilla Eis,
The sparkling Rhine wine and tha
foaming vintage of champagne Were
freely called into requisition to drink
down the toasts whieh the m ister ol
ceremonies, Jos. Spetht, Br., liberally
calle d for. The following were among
the letdir g toasts:
"The Newly Elect si Oflcira" L. Erb
"Our Farherlaid" . Bia. Roescher
"Tt.e Ladies" S. D. Weakl.y
"The Casino" Hon. D. P. Uadden
Mr. Weakley's toast, which, like
that of Meesrs. Erb aou Kooecher, was
responded to in Germen, drew forth
errthusiastio ep laue. A novel and
interest!' g feature was recitations by
Misses Ettio and Id Erb. A humor
ous recit ition by Mr. 11 Peterson, of
the"0jpucin Monk," was the ocia
eion of heaity laughter. Mr. Peter
son was dreesed in the cs
tumn of a mot k, and read
bis lines with admirable effect It was
t-fter 1 o'clock whin the ta
bles wtra . cleared by unan
imous consent and ihe Door
prepared for dancing, which was kept
up until nearly tha early homs of
morning. The graceful decorations of
the tonme, richly faelonned in ever
greens, was the suhjt ct of general ad
miration. Among the ladies and gen
tlemen present wore:
Mr. Behrens, Mrs. Ilehrens.
Mr. Stevens, Mrs. M inbreoker,
Miss Alice llopklna, Mr. Wilms.
Misa Hron, Mrs Eflie Erb,
Misa Ida Erb, Misa Lot ie Cook.
F. W. htiniinler, Mrs. Emma C. Veegoli,
Mr. Dix, Mr. and .Ylra. L. Erb,
Mr. Bridges, Mr. Louie Kettman,
Miaa Bergmann, Prof, anil Mrs Bruch,
Henry Luehrman, Dr. aod Mrs. Laski,
Mr. K.C. Moeller, Mra. E. 0. Moeller,
Mias B. Heins, Mr. 0. Eberhardt,
Mr. Sig. Hoaaoher, Mra. Sig. Roeacber,
Joa, Bpeoht. Jr., ' Mias Genevieve Sneeht
Mr. L. D. Weakley, Mrs. L. D. Weakley,
Mr. J. W. Voegeli, Mrs. J. W. Voegeli,
Mr. J. Bpecht, sr., Mrs. J. Spacht,
Hon. D. P. Uaddeo, Misa Lorena Si echt,
Otto Zolen, Henry Peterson,
Prof Schulti, Mra. bfhulta,
Mrs. Thumel, Wm. Manas,
Miss Goepel, ' Geo. Kettmsn,
J. A. Lott, Vrank Otanne,
Miss Oaanne.
A (3001) MAN HONE.
Death of Rev. Itr. I.nadram at
Braaaaawlek, (ia.
Tbe following tad telegram was re
ceived yesterday:
Baunawiex, 0., November 16,
" Memphis, Tenn :
Dr. Landrnm passed away at noon
todav. We go to Macon tonight.
The Rev. Sylvanua Lmdrum, D. D.,
whess death is announced in the fore
going telegram, was born in Ogle
thorpe county, Ga., October 30, 18.0.
His parents came from Virginia, lie
was educated at. Maion Acadamy,
Lexington, Ga., and at Mercer Uni
versity. Ordained October 23, 1840.
he became in January, 1847, pastor of
the Baptist Churcl es in Lexington
and Athene, Ga. In Decembe-, 1849,
he became pastor of the Msoon Bap
tist Church, where be served ten
years, being instrumental there in the
erection of a handsome and costly
aothio church edifice. In December,
1859, be accepted a call to Savannah,
and there he remained twelve yearB.
He waa there during tbe war and
never lost a single service on account
of hostilities. His was tbe only white
Baptist church on the coast line from
Baltimore to Florida which did not
close at all daring the conflict. Ia
1874 he removed to Memphis and be
came pastor of the Central Baptist
Church, remaining for eight years, till
after tbe severe yellow fever epidemio
of 1878, in whieh he lost two sons,
both talented and prominent young
men. In 1879 he returned to Savan
nah, Ga., and from there he removed
to New Orleans and took tbe pastoral
care of the Coliseum Place Baptist
Church. '
And it stimulates and promote tht
growth of the hair.
B;.mett'a Flavoring F rtraota ore tbi
. Flue Jewelry at Mnlford'a
Mas. WixsLow'g Suothixo Sralip should
always be used for children teething. It
sootnea the child, eofteua the sums, allays
all pain, cures wind olio, and is the best
remedy lor diarrhea: 2'c a bottle.
Fine Watch Et pairing, Mulford'g.
What tbe CucapmLc and Chio and
Oilier Roads Are
The Mliiwinggentltvi en, ctmpneitig
the Mis isip. i Railroad C;iirmipnion,
arrived in tho c ty lant n;ght, and reit
iatend at the Piabodv Hotel: J. K.
SeesioLS, Wm. McWillie and J C.
Kye: T. 8. Scrubs, secretary. Mr.
David Jehnern, enperiit-ndiit of Ihe
Misiseippi Peoilentiary, is aleo of the
pa'ty, hot not (ilicially connecttd
with f. The commission left Jack-
eon, Mies., Tnesday nittbt, rnd yester
day mada sn inspection of tbeftliss
s ppi and Tenntaaee railroad. They
stated to en Appeal reporter la:t
night tbat they found everhthing in a
satisfactory condition, and are highly
p'easel with their tr iu. Tney leave
today to make a timilar inspection ot
the Louisville, New Orleans acd
The Baaaaa City Railroad.
Gen. Goorjie II. Nettleton, president
of tl e Kar.BDB City It tilroaii 0. mpany,
will arrivo in the oity today, accom
panied by Mr. Thayer, an Eastern
capitalist largoly in'ercetod in the
read. Mr. NnU ton is ou hia way to
inspect the icceut extension of the
Memphis, Biraiitighe.in si:d Atlantic
rui rotd from Hoi y Springs to New
Albanv, Mi s , complelod a few d.iys
ago. From New Albany the road will
be pnnhi d ou to Tupelo, on tho Mo
bile end Ol.io rsilroi d.bat thie con
nection will not be mad before soir.e
time mxt pprinj. Gen. Nettletnn will
prt billy eperd adayortftO in the
city before leaving for Mississippi.
Illleiol 4'rniral.
On tho "5th irstant this popular
rou'e will run an exiursion from
Yaz 0 City to Memphis. This will
gfl .rd niauy an opportunity to take a
pleasaut ttip.
Aaa Inaalvrnt Boad.
Littli Rock, Ark., November 17.
Notice rf Master's sale of John H.
Reed and K N. Winchester, trustees,
vs. the Little Rock, Mheieaippi River
and Texas railway, and Elhha Atkins
and F. Gordon Baxter, truftees, et al.,
will be made public tomorrow. Unless
the company sat erica a decree iu favor
of Reed anil Winchester tho pmperty
will bn sold to tbe highest bidder on
December 15th. It embraces tbat
part of the Arkansas Valley ronte bt
tween L ttle Rock aad Arkansas City
and contemplated branche;.
The Bblts Ialnad and tJnlf Railroad.
The Ship Lland and Gulf railway is
now complete from Ripley, Miss., to
within seven milosatid a quarter of
New Albany, where it will crots tbe
extension cf the Kansas City beyond
Holly Springe. Tbe latter Is finished
to within a short distance of New Al
bany, and tbe work on both reads is
being pushed vigorously.
alley Kond larnlnga,
The statement tf the Louisville, New
Orb ana and Ttim railway, Mississippi
Valley route, for the month of Septem
ber allows the gross earnings of 1880 to
be 11,31!) 884 14 ; gross earnings iu 1885,
J'.K) 105 98; 1 ot earnings in 1886,134,
COO 23; in 1885, $12,813 77.
Tbe Chraapeabeaud Oblo) Ballrond.
Tho tluenpouko find Ohio Railroad
Company announce? that it has made
arrangrui'.'nts for a linn of steamships
to ply FOmi-ruonthly between Newport
News and Livi rpool. In order to load
en otonn going steamer every two
week t the road will have lo do a
heavier freight business than it hs
averaged in the pEBt, and as I tie road
is nut in tbe trniik linn pool there r re
intimntionBthat it will resort to eating
rab s if necefay ti secure the requi
site amount of traflio. This, however, is
mere eurmiso and it is not probablo
that Mr. Huntington, whoee railway
inter' h b are by no means confined to
the CRBfapeake and Ohio, intends to
inaugurate , a war of rates, which
would have an injurious efleot on all
the great lines.1 Tbe establishment,
however, of an independent steamship
line in connection with this syttem is
of much importance.
A Frlat Bloekada.
An unprecedented railway freight
blockade is reported existing in Ar
kansas, owing to the very large cr.ins
and the rap d development of the
country by immigration. A dispatch
to the Appbal cays that ship
pers on the Iron Mountain road
in Arkansas want 3000 cars for
cotton and lumber alone. There
are upward of 100 lumber mills be
tween Little Rock and Texarkana, and
each of these is said to demand front
six to twelve can fur immediate use.
In Little Rook there are at least 4000
bales of cotton ready for shipment
and at other stations hundreds of
balfs are awaiting transportation.
Nearly 700 empty freight cars which
arrived at Little Rick in one day
were dispatched along tbe line.
Chaaeery Court Ellet, Cbaaeellar.
Monday's calendar still pending.
Tax motions today and regular mo
tions tomorrow.
Tbe following orders were fanned
yesterday: Burton va Fixer, title to
Fixer; Flnnle va Moyers, amend
ment; O'Neil va Qoodlett, settling
Memphis and Charleston Railroad
Company vs Memphis, Birmingham
and Atlantio Railroad Company; en
rollment of agreement.
S'ate vs Adams, dismissed as to lot
0; State vs Moore, dismissed as lo lot
16, block t)8; State vs Roper, dismissed
as to lot 14, block 22; Slate vs Alex
ander, dismissed as to lot 22; State va
Fleecs, di-mieredas to lot 9. block 34;
S ate vs Beckard. dismltsled aa to 31
acres ; State vs Adams, dismissed as
to lots 7 and 8, block 2; Sttte vs Mon
tedonlco, dismissed as to lots 1, 2 and
3, block 17; State vs Alexander, dis
missed as to 20 acres: State vs Butler,
dismissed as to pts 122 and 123.
Cireail Caart Kates, J ad go.
The damage suit of LaGrill vs Dr.
Shaw still occupies the attention of
this court,
Crlaalaal Ceara- Da Beef , i ada.
The bond of Little Neal was fixed at
Mike Rollins and 'Charles Castles
were sentenced to tlx months each for
rjetit laroenv. .
William Armour, Sid Morris and
Thomas Sweet (two cases) pleaded not
guilty to larceny ye-turdsy norning,
as did William Hill to the cha'ge of
malicit us cutting.
Mose Maxwell, a worhonee con
vict, was ordered diechavg-d from cus
tody. Alex and Solomon Jones are on
trial for burning cot ion.
Gold leun nt SliiUord'tt.
fv m ugag, 111 'VMUii'pyirr
Tailor and
u',v.Z'a, ;,w" eomplets. The I.
oat an.d I bare ever erTereo la MeainLia e
"'! ' ! new
m m m .
Cor. Sicond tnd Jefferson
What tbe Called Niatea Kaalaeera
Did Teaterday.
The Board of United States Army
Engineers, composed of Maj. C. W.
Raymond, Cspt. W. P. lselle and
Capt. K. S Leac1', nude tbe lollowirg
a'lotments yeentay of the $118,
020 8ti, balance left over of the $40J,
000 Mis-istippi river eprropria'ion of
August 5, 188(1: $12,000 to ihe Yar; 10
(roi.t of the Tnke Providence resell ;
til, 100 to the Tensas Iront in Louisi
ana, and $i)4,li:0 m to th Tonesa
front in Aikncas, that iH, from Ar
kaiisan City to tho Louisiana line, pro
vided tlio tiiiy.si b c inlrai t fi r au
equnl arronnt bi (ore this lut appro
priation can bo nat-d. It ia nndi rstuod
that those Interested in this latter
allctment wera in the city yis'erday
making arrsng ments for tue neces
eary ntnount, a: d that even a larger
enra wonld be rai id ia order to hb
cute the allotment.
Mkmpiiis cot'.i n is firm at 8 9 lGc for
Tim cotton sales yesterday amounted
tg 4300 bales.
TnnitE witann change in cash oats.
May oats d. dined Jc.
Cask whci.t declined Jc. May
whtat declined c also.
YKSTiRDAY ca-h corn declined Jc.
May corn declioid 1 ',
New Ohlrans cotton futures were
steady and 1 to 2 points bight r.
Liverpool cotton futures yesterday
weie dull at decline, and 1 to 2 poinls
New Yokk cotton frtarea were off 2
to 3 points yis'.erday. Spots were)
Provisions Were steady with but
slight change. Mesa pork end clear
rib tides were 2 Jo higher. Lord un
changed. Visitors on 'Change yesterday:
Dr. J. A Heard, Florence, Ala.; J. C.
Foley, New York : L. A. Spicar, Chi
cago; Dr. 8. H. Ctrdwell, Arkansas;
D. O. Kennedy. Sprinsfield, Mo.; H.
P. Forwnod, New York; Will A.
Roueh, Charleston, S. C. ; George a.
Hehue, New York; 11. Bruton, New
A New YortK dispatch says : "The
Monarch Lino announces it will en
gage a few of its eteamers in the cotton
trade between Norfolk, Va., and Liv
erpool during the se aoa. Tim com
pany for ihe L et five Tears bas con
fined its fleet to service from New
York to Loudon, and es acontequenco
the new move is rece ving bhuo little
attention in shipping circles."
A. B. Siiiitbkhom, of New Y'ork,
has iasneid a valuable little bo'ik en
tilled, Cotton facte, giving compila
tion from elll mil s 'iirco" of crop re
ceipts, exports, stocks, homo and for
eign r.onnunipt'on, visible supply,
prices and avcrairo of cntton for a sor
ies of yenrn; alio, a ropoit of tlie con
dition cf thn giow'ng coHon ciopa
sinr.ii 1)70, with ntnt tica of manufac
ture', averago an I hld of each Mate
In the 8 ntti from tho censtin of 1881).
It is a valuabl'i reference forot'on
men, planters and o hers interested iu
COtlou cut'iun
Ulu'rrd'st, 301 Main.
Absolutely Pure.
Tbla powder never variea. A marvel 01
purity, atrenxth and wboleaninenees, More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be eold in competition with the mul
titude of low test, short weight alum or
phosphate powders. H01.0 oxl.v la oast.
' :i(( Wall street. New York.
IIKaDtl)AMTt'.K rR
And Iron Roofin a
Eire, Wind. Water and Ilgblnlns
arwof. Suiuble for all kinda of bnildtnga.
For pries and estimates a faetory ratal
all on or address
iStattOMaln at., end 21 A il. Mulberry ll.,
Headquartera for Iron Fenc aa and Creatine,
Galvanised Iron Cornlc.TI a ftoola AStovea.
A Valuable, Patent.
Daaej (Home) ti,r and Pea I'laa.
HA VIN1 perfeot4 my Inventios. I wish
0 pluce it hef . the public, especially
mmulaoturora. A, e Corn Planter, it its
perfect succes o oens the drill, distributed
the aeed acr.ra'y, unlnlured, and ooverd
the aauio, there cy one loan porloruilng tha
work of thr, Thev have been uaed ll
tbla section f ar over a doi'.n yoara with per
fect satisfaction, tan give rejpouaiblt testl
monials, AJlress
JOHN U. DANl'Y.Daneyviile,
IHvw.tfvl eoeev 'lUee
fine sVutcliemit MullortVat.
pisTlT,u.Vii.. ' S a.ilt.Sl A IM Si BSANcir
ltri!aoii hi .!J? n.i TV',,Tl " of ,h LATEST l KIUa,
Utroauc hy the Idling Importers of Kngland, rvaaoe and Oer?
,"ori-;lll': j
eomnleta. Tt1.ir.t n,.iu,i.
consisting or ail tae
!-.. . mm ...
I . 1" " " " ' - -
Memphis, Tenn.
MULE-On . VVeitnesdar last, black mare
mule, l;. hands h,,h, 'oal mark under
her under j... 1, t side. Will pay reward
on ber delivery at Wool's areoerv. near eld
fair around. WM. HKIMjiARDT
ClOW-Ne.r aoutb rate Klmwood Ceote
J (ery, Ihursday, tioveube 11, WS, eea
red oow, wuh a orop and undcrbit over the
right ear and an underbit over rhe lett ear.
A iibaral reward will he pa d fr her return
o t GEO. FtRiHlSO.t.
. booth (lat. Elniwood 1 sua ery.
MULU Froiy myplaeeln Fort Plekerinsv
on the h inatant, one a"el ken
mule, ten or twelve y"raold. Will pay a.
liberal rew.irj for hia leturn to W. a Fairea'
stable, 1 nion street, or for infortnatiea that
win iouu to nil recovery
HOltf-L-On November tHh. from Mr.. B.
Aru .I t's farm, ait miles Irom Mem
Phis, one iron gray horse. 5 years old, about
IV hands hl.h, shod nil round. Liberal
reward it dolivo e.l at Kohort Lookwood's
stihle, K Second street, iVlemnhi.
I JONY Sorrel pony, wilhh'ta sp it ou
forehead. I'mdor will Ie rowanied by
reluening himlo S. Jacobs, M Monroe street.
4 U LItb On lb. mailt ol Oct. .til, i mues
eat of Colliurvillo, J hlaek Diannuule.1
one about four yoara old, in gondfix aad
trimmed up, with little white spot under
iaw; the other, ten or twelve years old.
rouih, and not so woll trimmed. Reward
for information, or return of uiuloa to J. W.
koung, Momphis, or
W.T. PKH'K. Colllervtllo. Tenn.
-- - - - .... - a
good oistern, fn. 77 Pontotoc. Apirty
JUKNISHED ROmi-Suitablo far fear
J gentloineo, atfxi Monroe. (
Y OLD RKSIMRNCR On Walker are-'
lvX sue, dlreolly oppoaite my present resi
dence, on Hernai.tlii and hltnwood streetcar
Hue, two inilra aouthraat Irom Court h.iare,
containing flfieen arros, ten acres of which
can be cultivated. The entire Place lo per
fect repair. Nine run 11a. with all necss,rx
outhouses; three oistorns, five aoros with
beaut till fore.t trees tn yard and grata lots.
It is the moat bnautilul in the aubarbaot
Memphis. W ill be leased fur one, two er
three yours. Possession 1st of January or
Immediately If deired. Apply at 31 t'liioa.
atro't or at mv residence. JUS. LKXHW.
2-STOHY Frame, rooms, large vard. ev
onlh, near CaroMn Dil. LAtlH KNOB.
I JOOMS-Two unfurnished rnotna.
Ti,URNI8HED KOOMS-Sultable for genta
I' and light houa.koeolng, at lit Mo n roe.
Xl'KW COTTAOB-6 rooma and klloben,
corner Orleana and llroadway, conven
ient to both str.et car lire,.
HUCilLLKN, 4 Mad'soa at.
NICKLV Furniahed Hoom. southern expo
sure and aunay, without board, In pri
vate fitmilyi reloreuooiglv.n anil reuulred.
Address A. 11., this office.
ROuM-A furnishsd'r'oom, "
at is Union street
TUB GIl.BKRT PLACK 'orner Haybora
avenue and Jackson streeti twn-.Ury
frame, about 24 aore I .nd, trulls of nil kind.
One fruit and vegetable gaiden, Will teat
for a snrles of years. Also, another place,
some alx acres, near Gaston's g fine vines
and fruit, with reri ionce.
L U .M n K A 1U,ANP,23 Madtaen at.
HOIIMH-Willi sit roo jia. Aily f Ne.
Mulberry a'r.et. l)K. P'tOL,
Noa. 8, (land 10 in Cotton Hiebaage
llulliling, on second floor, fronting on Second,
a root, Innnerly occupied by Mi U, and A
H. K. Apply at 31 Madison street. t
CIOTTAGK f-even rooms, on Walker ave-
nue, on Kl 111 wood street car line. Apply
atjll UlIoo at. JO8LKN0
I AjlUK'SToltK -Pir.it floor .'nd ceiiar.
J with aide and rear entrancea, Ifos. Sea
and mil Main street. . '
OF It'Ksi so. i2 Second atreet.
K OO Mb-For light housekeeping, Ne. JTO
Poplar street, over ilrux eto e.
uwM,ijiit.i-sin Main atreet t 120
liuuri atreet anu v yiuuibj atreet.
VAUANI i,u 1 - Apply 10
Tl n KNtlWllKM or J I, I
:ut Mailiaoa street.
iVO KUUMH-AtiUCarroll avenue;' two
lines of cars.
7 (
OOMSPleasaiit rooms,,, furnished Q
XVdeaired, with references, a,t2i9Madlaon.
K"00MS Two,' iiloely "furn'abedi Suitable
for gentlemen ; five minuios' walk frosi
Court Square. Addre-a X. Y.
KFiUK First Boor
At Xi iHaMison street.
4ELKG ANT KOOMS At 6U Market streeti
single or en suits, furnished or unlar
n iahed, tood water, a nd near business.
P LHASA NT furnished room for gentle
itien;lll Waahinrtoni reference repaired,
fclTORtHOJBK-Kour atory and base aiaai
) storehouse. No. 2M Front street.
COTTON OFFICK-Apply to f. M. Aper
y son a no., no. !H front atreet.
. 1 7 roo
33 Popl
bathroom Apply at 13
No. lent Main Street,
No. 2I6 Main Street.
No. 207 Main Street.
Apply to IAMK8LKK, Ja.,4MadjaojBt.
L OOMS Two furnished or unfarulsaei
XV rooma at iu mamson streea.
liLBGANT newly furnished rooms, batV
fu mum, ate. Inqnlee at US floort street
MaMtritrn ttssiiiittKt ial toi
LKUK, S1.1 Sixth St., Wastlofton, D.
0. Provides praotloally useful baalnese edn
nation. Notenusnor vacations. Students
enUr at any time. Terms 1 Lite scholarship,.
tU Tw.lre weeks' Coarae, board, eto,t7&.
Hand for circular.
Wt Dyepepela,iUderfUgeoj. waa
I tka DlgeeUea Ogajneae ad tbe)
BJwar.Bkla Dlaaeteaa, tWkte, t jrna,
PaaJda ant Hrtaleea. ACIt IRON
JtARTU Is at epeclllo,
mkManaatlassa( naUatvteU Dlaeara
tare, Cb. resale DlarraieMraaad tM
atluata aaaaa at Blead Iwjieaataaej.
yield wltkoBit fall ta Mr. waastotW
tail aoagaUwe avaaya.
AeaX laartrwa taasr
mt mil dalara ew aey,
fraaa tbe A. I. K. !
At Wholesale f,f YA1 VI,FET CO.
nHstKLY'., ti. I .-board ou the Hill,
Mra. H. C, Howard, Wa.hingtoa
Park. Koorjs large; location delightlul.
Conr.nleil to oars to Manhattan lteaoh.
Coney Isla od, Long Ileaoh and Central Park!
.I.rt ,e M mm Vn-W !-. .nt.is.nt.
l Hiuoudit at fttuUoriTp.
i.a.v..i meamonau
iCaaawt Uamm.
C3 J,soltf
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