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MESITIIIS DAILY APPEAL SATUl'DAY, FKItRUARY 2(1. 1SS0.
TWO KIGHT3 SATURDAY MATINEE,
Till RT, rKtiKl'ART It, 10SO.
Tbe Charming and Incomparable
Aad II er Own C omrdf Company.
eturdTv Vt:n-. .MUSKTTB
,(.TTA introducing New Sonn and Dnnte..
Matinee print imu at nitht. Per
formance will begin at 1:30 p.m.
Tebruary !!-2S-i4-JAMSH .
February a-a8-27-ANMB PIXLKY.
Crosby's Dime Museum
224 Mala St., Memphis.
W. K. CROSBY .Sole Proprietor
Commenclngr MONDAY, February 15
Typo Setting Contest!
For the Diamond Champion Badge.
RECOXD WEEK OF THB
Fat Convention Beauties
IS THB THEATER,
TUB PETEKN CO H II 1 K iTI O X !
On PlmoTo Al.
SETTER A Hack and wbi'e setter dog,
with brown head. A liberal reward lor
hin return tn St. Martin street.
FOK SALE OR HIKE.
GOOD HORSE AND WAOON-Apply to
Mom phi, Metal and Wood Manufactur
ing x anol am in r.
HORSE-Tuesday, February IB, 1S8, one
bay horse. Owner can have ante by
paying charge and prov ng pronorty.
JAS. MONAf AN, Poplar nr.. Bnuleva'd.
FOR SALE OK KENT.
FARMS Several fin farm, io Arkansas
and Mississippi on Tory eay term, and
low price. Address
R.J. MARTIN, Memphis. Tenn.
FOR 8.1LB OR EXCHiXHE.
IHOR City Property, 6 .mall Farms. 5 mile.
1 Irotn oity. Old Raleigh road : will aell on
lone time. Address P. K., 't2 Madison r.
MR. DUOEN The blacksmith, in wanted
immedi -te!y by . U. Parson, ITS Front.
Firft-oia whcelwrighOind first-cla.a borte
ehnor wanted . .
TIT B. TBE7.EVANT, ATTORNEY AT
J-VJ.. LAW, X arine andt.onimereinl notary
Public, Corumirsioner of Deeds and U. N.
Commissioner, at the old nflieo, No. 8 Madi
aon street. a'OLLKCTlONS A t-PECI KL1 Y.
AI. YONE Wishing the services of Tnpp's
Band should apply at 74 VASCK ST.
Oftfi Cff BONDS FOR SALE Thia
gj0 V ',UUU Bank will fell at PUBUO
AUuTlON.to the higbct b d.ler, for eaeh,
i .nuihwoHt rnrnnr of Main and Mtidisnn
trocta, on Wednesday, Mtrch 10. IKHti, at 12
m.,e" many to uuvu nuiiwi mm -(ago
Bond) and past-due Coupons aa muy ba
necessary ro py me aeov lur wmuu mrj .10
i aiiff..! 'muh minn. in mm iiuvn ucr i.
H'U. anil are in denominations uf S5O0 and
IllXM, and have semi-annual -coupona at
tached, at the rate ni tt per cent, per annum
UNION AND PLANTERS BANK.
IUNQLES-(CYPRKSb)-l 50 and 2 25
E. M. HARRISON. 208 Front at.
K VPRIUHT PIANO BOJSES-Joat the
thinic lor com or ,tei i e.xea.
(). K. HOIK'K .Jl . :m Ma'n at,
atrcet, one black Jack, five yeara old, and
- a coea one
Aid fcWPoRT NEWS, V A. 1000 lota, 500
-Li laet water iro l. ai. "cr ueep. rvr
inlorinatinn artdreaa WM. A. DKAN,
n l.eiinirtnn atreet. iialtiuinro. Jld
)K HEAD MULES AND HOUSES- For
4dtJ oifi, or payable eepiouioer u, ioou,
wiina-ooaaocuriu. . n
r. m. rniir.iw"B w.
"BARGAIN-VILLA EDfcN FRIIIT
a f f , 1. 1 1. a - ij 1. 1. T , . , y, , ,
. u i. lr UiWir a til V U A U U.n
KaleiKu r Me, y mnea irnni urina nurcu,
servants' houre". atables, barna, cribs, dairy
bouse, well and cistern; also, duo busneia
corn, bay and fodder, seed potatoes, turnlpa,
aepnraaus beds, hot beds and aash, nfrricul-
turai unpiemenu, nnuseuuiu nuu
furniture, cowa, ealvea, hoises, mules,
wagons and Durness. Appjy en gj.'j
HORSE A eafe, reliable family buvay
hoiae one well known to the citiaena
of Mempbia, Apply at tba nvwr va ud to oi
mHR OLD URN ISLAND In aight of
a jiempnia; nwaorea, ot waicn aooubovu
- cleared and very rich land. A bargain can
bt Mca"d b """iC1to? VBRYAV A CO.
rpKiMNJCbSbg SXATK CkKTlclCAf Kh
Ke WM " and all dnaa to th
8tt OVRRTOW OROHVVNOR.
SITUATION Aa manaeer of a atock or
cotton farm; twenty years' exrnrience;
antisfaotory reference. Addrea- 11., care
Union btock-Vard and Fertiliser Co., corner
jrioLemore avenue and ilorn Lake road.
AGENTS For the beet article ever pr
duoad; costly outfit free; no peddling
Shod no money required until sales are made
and goods delivered. For particulars and
teruia aadreaa N. M. Friedman A Co., Mar
A SOUTHERN LADY To associate her
self witharespun ible house and rcp
reaent it in her own locality. Good snlary
to right party. Poaition permanent. Refer--enoes
cxnhangcf. WAY & BROTHERS, 16
Barclny atrcet. New York.
TUDKNT8 To learn telegranhy at Tele-
griipuSopool. (corner Main ana i'oplarsts.
WHITE WOMAN-To cook for a small
family; also, a GIRL, twelve or four
teen years old, to ho'p in a rrooery store.
Apply at corner of Calhoun atreetand Mis
10 H EST cash pr'cospaid for old and new
iHAiuittia. j. ii. siwriii, ,ia Minn.
jiVKKrutiOY To call and see tneccie
li bratod Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
atreet, near Poplar.
M FN Two reaponsible men to solicit or
ders ; will puy ej perienned men l to 13
iday; new men $1 to $i a day. American
rtists' Association, 21 West Court atreet.
PARTNER With $S00 capital, to take an
intere t in a well established paying
buainess an energetic, level-beaded young
Uian preferred. Address P., Appeal nfl"Ke.
(" 00D COOK White or colored, well rec
T o ' menilc I, at M7 Poplar St., tin-stairs.
LADY AGENTS For Mrs. CBmphell'a
New "Tilter" a Tiller, BuMIe, Hoop
skirt and Underskirt combined. Hoopa can
ie removed and skirt laondried. Adjusta
ble to any aia. Ve.y fashionable, and soils
for 12 to every well-dressed lady aa toon aa
hown.a Agenta double thoir money. Also,
full line of new furnishing goods for ladies
nd childron. Address, with stumn,
K- 11. CAMPBELL A 00 .
414 West Randolph at., Chicngn.illl.
"LVEATHKRS Ten thousand pounds, old
-T or now, by SAMUEL GAHAY, gent
and Commission Jlorchunt, 4i9 bhelby at.
feend lor pricnliat.
LADY AGENTS Aetually clear 10 aily
with my wonderful New Patent Kill tier
t'nd raariuent lor leuialea. One Indvai ld 60
5rat two hours. !K. (1. LI'lTLE,
Lonk-box 4', Oliicaao, III.
AN ACTIVE MAN-(0reont of employ
ment) to basin on modcrnte aalary and
work himaelf dp, representing, in hi own
locality, an old eaiahluhcri bourn. Referen
da exchanged. AM. MAM FACTLR1J.G
H'H'SK, 14 Barclay street, 'N. Y.
AGENTS In every section of the country
fortwo New ltnoks, just ready. "Si-sciAt
Tagaa to men of experience-capable of fill
ing a large territory, btute experience, nae
and territory wanted. CAXsKLL A CO.
(limited), 822 Broadway, N..Y., and 40 Dear
born street, Chicago.
SALESMEN In everr State in the U- inn
to represent a PAIXT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
cSpecmltich tbotare popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in ctnnectirn
with other gxods. ASJre-s Tl'E WM. B.
PRICE MANUFG. CO., BALTIMORE. MP.
TRAVELING and Ci'y Salesmen, regu
larly employed by wholesale houses, to
carry one-half ounce sample (on commit
(ion) of new article in use in all busiuesa
houses. No samples will be sent unless ap
plicant 'ends card of bouse represented by
him. U. W. Stevens, 365 North Clarke St.,
"I 1 WW MaN-Voung and old, to bring
1UUU their Old Clothe to Roaenatein A
Bro. and have them renovated. 2 Main
vod 6 Jefferson.
IF the rartywhn has In hia peiaeaaion a
CHILD'S BRACK tor the body, which wsa
handed him on the eoroerof Vance and Mam
atreeta. will return it to 520 Mam atreet, be
wii h libera It rT rd-'.
9 WHITE COWB n with rope aronna
i as ..ward lor th ir return to H.
B. BARTON, near Curve. Hen ando roai.
BROWN MARE Ml'LE About ten yeara
ld lnn hair. Strayed on night of U-
eemb r2th, from Benjestownv Liberal re-
ard 'or ber return in . r. tvrt.L.i.
KOO.KS AKH UOAKIl.
OOM Seennd story (ront room, with
good board, at HU Madison atreet.
I 1HOICE ROOMB-Fnrniahed or unfur
I l ni.'nx). with or withont board. IK
aauarealrom Oayoao.4M Shel y etreet.
ROoM Desirable fnrn'shed room, with
board, at Tl Madison atre-t.
C 00D ROOMS With board; day boarders
T accommodated; tranaienta also so-
cliited, at wo aeconil street,
iQARD With excellent ronni.
ti AfA Jin PA n.r.E.1.
' NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
I with or without board, at 137 Madiaon at.
TWO large unfurnished rooms, with or
without board, at 6V Madison aueet, cor
ST. JAMES HOUSE-Cor. Seennd andAd
amaata. Room and board taper week;
daybord. fl fl.
RICK JIOrSK With eight rooms, on
corner ot rixin anil Mill .treeta.
L. 1). URANT, Itit Mill at.
C"10TrAOE-No. 411 Laulerdale, 7 rooina
in good repair, gooit cistern; (25 per
month. Apply to No. oiM Moin atreet.
OOM Nicely furnished front, private
laimlr; geullemon prelorred, w .wunroe.
1URNISUED Rooms for gents and light
uouaeaeeping, av no vouri street.
2 -STORY Trick Reaidenoo, B. W. corner
Second and Exchunve at,.; in firat-clasa
repair; eight rooms. Apply on premises.
3 -STORY BUICK HODSE-No. Wl Second
street, oror Washington : 6 rooms and
good store for business; rent cheap. Apply
to ' Kl) STACK, 221 Washington at.
1 LANTATION Containing 4U0 acres of
JT cle red land in Arkansas, opposite
Randolph, Tenn. Will leu-e on extremely
lowterma. Apply to J. W. HAYS,
e ret f Tho,. H. Allen A ' o.
ACRES Five milea out Poplar
atreet road. V. rt., Al Alamson si.
C) ROOMo En suite, Lee Block, thrfd floor
ii front. Apply at wo. aiaaiaon at.
I 1vS1KAULU OFFICES t-'tore-room un
I 3 il., 'l enn.ssen Club on South Court St..
and four offices on Second atreet opposite the
Cotton Exchange. Apply tn
Jt. B. SNOW DEN or
J. L. GOOW.OK, W Mnd'son at.
R. K1TPFZRS CHMIDT,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Sons, Ammunition, Fiwhlnic Tackle
and SportsBieu's f-nii)lie8,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
aJ4 Halo Ntrwpt, Menipblai, lenei
Manufacturing and Repairing of uni a
Specialty. oarTelephone No. (
Importer and Dealer in
Unni, rinhliiK TMfcl stud Nporta
inm'a suiimII- atii-Specinl attention
given o MANUFACTURING and RE-
413 Ufaln Rt.,Meniilila., Tenn
J. G. SCHMIDT &. SON,
J '.'4 f.
ro. jan "..VjiV i -alati.
Importers and dealers In Ons,Ammn.
union and t'luliliig; Ttarklv, JtnllilrraV
Hardware, Ucmrle Iteila and An
nnnrlntrnor Hotels and Residences, IMS
Main alsrect, Meiniphie, Tmi. Eleetris
supplies always on hand. Repairing neatly
SHEA. & MCCARTHY, TroprX
140, 142, HI Front, Memphis.
ONE OF TDK LARGEST BOILER BH0PB
in the South, and the only complete
Boiler and Sleet-Iron Works In the city.
Blanufueturerw of heav? nlate iron,
work of every imcrltlou. Special
attention invaw tini.at.ifin wnrk.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
313 Main St., Mciupui, Teuii
Wlkhlnir to Retire Irons Daalueaa
We Oirer oar Knllro
STOCK AT COST.
John Overton, Jr.
C. N. Grohvrnok.
OVERTON & SnOSVENCI.,
Real Estate Dealers
OUJVTKi A- KKOHFltf.
Office, J264 Second Street.
. m. Dor. leesaa ana Voart,
RIAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD,
Tacee Paid, RenU Collected, eta., cn
Exclmnge National Bank
NORFOLK, VA , Veb. IC, IHSfl.
PROPOSAJjS will be received at this office
until faturdav, March 7, 1W. for the
purchase of tlte hereinalter mentioned prop
erty in its entirety, and also for pieces or
parcela of the same referonce beit.g had to
doscriptive lists of said property which
lists, staling terms of aale, will be iurmshrd
upon application to the undersigned. The
right to reject any ard all bids ia reserved:
The extensive and valuable property lo
cated in Norfolk and P'.rtmouth, Va.,
known as the "t-eabourd Cotton Compress
Company of .Norfolk. Va.," cunsiting of:
1. ThernxAiV, which, among other pnv
rUeges, authorise? the atoruge of cotton and
other merchandise, and the issue of negoti
able receipts therefor.
2. Its plant, which consists of three (S)
first-claaa improvef cotton compresaea : two
(2) Fteum tups: three t;l) transportatin
para. All the adjuncts necessary to a well
ciuippod establishment of this character,
lie Bop proof warehouses, seven (7) in num
ber, of capacity for storage of 2i,(sO balei
unoompresaed cotton. '
Its four (4) frame warehouses (metal roof,)
capacity, many thousands ton a of (ertili
ii ra, salt, etc
Ita wbarvee and docks, which afford ample
room for berthing at the aame time ten sea
going, atraau or aailing vessels. The area of
the esarehoase and dock proierty in PorU
mouthia abot6!4 acies, together with all it,
o her property, which is fully described in
the fists above referred tn.
WU. II. PETERS. Receiver.
St. Agacs Academy.
THE SPRING bBSSION will open U0
DAY the 1st of February. Terme-175,
I v, tW and 1100, according to the age and
aaa of the pupil. For farther particulars
pply to the Lady Superior,
THE SPRIJO BEETIXG.
I.ISTOF ENTRIES FOK THE APRIL
Neatly All of th Most Famona Flj
era on the American Turf
The prediction that the coming
meet of the new Memphis Jockey
Club will bring together the finest
array of flyers ever collected on a rce
trark. ia iustitied bv the ei.trieo toi
the Btaken, of which a complete lint ia
given below; I
Uaatoa Hotel Mlakea-aOO Added.
For two-vear olds, J30 entrance, half
forfeit, or 110 If declared on or before April
1Mb. All declarations oid nnlesa accom
panied witn, tba money; tVsO added, of which
floi I to second, third to save stake. Winner
of any atake of the (t ut ol'lHO or upward
to carry three pounds extra; of two or more
atakea 'of any value, five pound extra.
Gray X Co. enter b c Foater, by Faustua
Gray A Co.ente- ch g John Gray, by Mon
archist Alice Gray.
R.C. Palo enters b e Montka, by Icrn
R. C Pate enleraeh c Crittenden, by Fern
cliffe Kate Mattingly.
C. H. liruckett i. Co. entor ch f Belle
Erackott. by Milner Rote McClernand.
C. 11. llra.'kott A Co enter b f Nina It., by
VoltU-eur-Miss llitt. .
. 11. Morris enters ch f Ermine, by Ten
Bceck-SallieM. ....... . ...
Win. Mulkey enteri b f Virginia, by V ir
ginius Emtnn Mc. .... , ,
LaMasney Bros, enter b f Belle Broeck, by
Ten Broeck Belle of Iho West.
Ed Corrigan enters b f Rose, by Falsetto
Ed Corrigin enters br f Jennie I., hf tal
tetto Queen Viclnria.
Kil Corriean er ters ch o lVace'nrkcr, by
Mack Lowden enters ch e Paragon, by
Mack Lowdeu enters ch o lluartertellow,
by Quartermaster Comet. ..,,
JohnBton A Thomas entor ohf Eddie n ills,
by Emiuirer Heytonia Barry.
R. C. Pateenteri ch f Scbnlie P., by Plen-Iro-AnnieC.
J. T. Williams enters b e Tom Uoad, by
Virgil La Belle Uelcne-
J. T. Williams enteia b e Jim McLaughlin,
by King Alfonso Via-a-Via
J. T. Williaina entera b f Jennie Juno, by
King Alfona: Virga. .... ,
11. D. Itellew entera ch e John Norton, by
John Bull Uertie Norton.
J. S. Campbell entera b c Ira E. Bride, by
U.K. Maddux enters ch e Germania, by
Germantowt Belle LosUn.
tcabodr Hold llnndlrnp -9700
For all ages, a Handicap Sweepstake, $1')
each, half forfeit, or Jill il declared ; woighK
tn Iia ii n null n.f l Miirch l.'itlt. and declara
tions to ho made n or before April l .tb. All
declarations void unlo-s accompanied wilh
the money. IVill adilcd by the proiirietora of
the Peabody Hotel. The second to reocivu
$ii, and the third i'0. Winners of any race
to the value of ihV or upward, otter the ap
pearance of the wuinhia to carry five pounds
extra. One and one-sixteenth miles. To bo
run Tuesday, May 4th.
Gray A- Co. enter b a Jim Gray, 3, ten
Broeck Alice Gray. ,,
J. Conroily gr gJoe Shelby, a ,Pt Malloy
Pawnee SUiblea, br I Phil Lewis, 6, Hiawatha
C. B. Long, b o Warfellow, 3, Longfullow
War Over. ., ,
W.E.Clark, b o Forrest, a., Bay Dtck
Mollia Reed. . , ,
Rr C. Pate, b g Monogram, a., Buckdcn
R. C. Pate, b t lioatman, a., Bonnie Scot
landValerian. R. C. Pale, grg Editor, 4, Enqu rer Alice
MR!'c.ypate, b g King Kyrlo, 5, Kyrle Daly
(lillitlowor. . .
C. H. Brackctt A Co., b g Peacock, 4, Imp.
Highlander-Lady of the Lae
G. B. Morris, b c Bursan, 4, Ten Broeck
G. 11. Morris, b o Favor, 4, Pat Malloy
Favorite. G. B. Morris, ch in Whirligig, 4, Great
Tom Whirligig. . .
Wm. Mulkey, blk 8 Joquito, 5, Lucifor
Chiquita. , ,
J. it J.Christy, ch g Bonamn, 4, Jce
Hooker Mattie Glenn.
1'. J. Cirmmly, b a W R Woodward, 5, Ten
Brnci k Ida Kinney.
LaMasney Bros , b h Longview, 4, Long
fellow Fann e Mulone.
LaMasney Bros., chc Climax, 3, John Car
G. W. I'oolc, b f Mcltowling, a., Tom
M use n A Son, b m Pink Cottage, a , Bui k
den Beatrice ,
Mason X Son, b ra Polly i.tcs, 4, Barney
Ed Corrigun.bt Huttie Curli'Ie, 3, Long
Ed Cnrrigan, ch f Sitter Monica, .1, Spring
Ed Corrigan, b a Swlney, 5, Ten Broeck
Ed Corrigan enters ch Irish Pat, a., Pat
Ed Cnrrigan, b g Frecland, a..LonKfullow
Ed Cnrrigan, br m Poarl Jennings,, a.,
Lilnpa Mary Howard.
Mack Lowden, b K Twilight, a., Quarter
Mack Lowden, b (Rowdy Hoy, a, Silent
John Bradford, ch m Fleur-de-Lis, a., Ex
change Glen Flora.
Jake Johnston, b g Fletch Taylor, 5, Glengarry-Bonnie
Callahan ik Co., ch tn Miss Brewster, 5,
J. A. Batcbelor, b m Princess, 0, Princetou
J. Wilson A Co , b in Nonage, 5, King Ern
estMinority. . ,
C. 11 Pettingill, cb g Valet, a , War Dance
J. rt. Campbell, oh g Ligan, 5, Bob Wooloy
J. S. Campbell, ch h Kioba, A, Long How
J. T. Williams, ch 0 Joe Cotton, 4, King
Al't o Inverness.
J. X. Williams, br g Pat Sheedy, .'1, Lisbon
J.T. Williams, b c Panama, King Alfon
J. U. ."avis, b g Ramhal, 4, Glen Athol
J. D. Davis, ch g, Hottentot, 3, King Ben
P. Berry, ch c Lord Coleridge, 4, Buckden
J. T. Williams, bg Montciuma, 3, Lisboa
Robert J. Luoas, b h Phillip S, Lainxter,
RobortJ. Lucas, ch c Porter Ashe, 3, Joe
Robert J. Lucas, b f Astoria, 3, Athlete
Tconeaat-e Oerby SJOOO Added.
For threo yer olds, $")0 entrance,
holf forfeit, 810 if ileclared on or before
April Iftthi all donlarationa void unless ac
companied with the mi ner; tsOO added, of
which Ills) to second, third to save stake.
One and one-h'i milos. To be run Wednes
day, May oth.J8.Sfi.
Grav A Co enter ch g Lucas, Faust us
Gray A Co enter b c Jim Gray, Ten Broeck
RCI'atebfAmy Uydo, Enquirer Alioo
K C Pateb f Prima Donna, Pleaipo-An-
C 11 Bracked A Co eh g Willie Martin,
G B Morris be Con Cregan, Ten Broeck
Ed Corrigan b f Ilutlie Carlisle, Long
Kd CorrUao ch f Mary Payne, Lllnps
Kd Corrigan br 0 J B Ferguaou, Long
fellowOleander, J T W illiauis b c Panama, King Alfonso
J S Campbell b c J 11 Fcnton, Voltigcur
ohurn A Co b g Asceola, Frogtown
.1 T Williarna b g Montciuma, Lisbon -Peaceful.
New Clayoio Hotel Krlllwit Kwerp
Kiabe atliO Added.
Far tlire T"ar oltla and rtpwHrd. a
sweepstake if jriO each half forfeit, with $6U0
added by the proprietors of tho New Gayoso
Hotel. The secopd to receive lljOand the third
to save stake. I be winner to be anld at auction
f' r a:jOH, unless entered to be sold for less,
when the selling price aball be .stated
through the otitry box at the usual hour for
tb. closing of entriea the day previous to the
race: if to be sold for to be allowed
five pounds : if for 10 0, to l e allowed eight
pounds: if for fJiiOO, ten pounds; and one
pound to be allowed for each U4 lets, down
to tbOu, which shall be the minimum selling
price. Beaten horses nnt liable.to be claimed.
One mile and one furlong. To be run
Thursday, May 6th,
Grav A Co. enter eg Lucas, 3, Faustua
La ly Kestlers.
J, Connelly, g h Jce Shelby a., Pat Malloy
Pawnee Stable, bra Phil Lewis, 8, Hia
R. C. Pate, b. ( King Kyrle, S, Kyrle Da
R. C. Pate, ch g Detote, S Harry 0'Fallop
R. C. Pate, rf Belle TaU, Great Toa-
C.' . llrack'tt A Co.. b Peacock, 4, Imp.
H'ghlander Lady t the Lnk,.
li. B. Morris, co f W bitai;. 4, Great Tom
-Whirling. . , , ,
H. B. Morrla, b f Error. 4, (llentlg-Blun-
Wm.- Mulkey, blk h Jciu ta, 5, Lucifer
P? j'.'carmody, b's, Win. 1. Woodward, 5,
Ten lirceck-Ma Kiuiiey.
Wm. W.Forrot, b gDate Hancock, 3,
It, J. Person, b g Roy Iky, 3, Quarter
LaVasney Bros., b I Petticoat, 3, Alarm
La ly Scarborough.
G. W. Poole, b g McBowling, a., Tom
Ma-aa A Sons, b m Polly latca, 4, Barney
Ed Corrigan, b a Swiney, S, Ten Broeck
Mack Lowder, D I uewuy uoy, ourni
i & ino
mas, b c Spalding, 4, Billet
.I.k Johnson, h I Amanda Brown. 4. Hy-
der Ali-Cousin KlU. .
Abe Perry, gr g Empire, 5, Enquirer
J. D. Davis, chf Lisland, 4, Liiboa Mlsl
.1. T. Villiams, br g Pat Sheedy, .1, Lisbon
J. T Williams, ch e Bob Miles, 5, Pat M alloy-Dolly
W. L. Collins, a, f l ltimatuin, 4, King Al
J. B. Collins, n gvoua cuiuvan, a , .nou-arebiat-Goueril.
J. S. Campbell, ch h Kioha, k, Longbow
Linda Lewia. .
Jainea Caton, b e Strabumus, 4, Alarm
o"u. Pc'tlngill, eh g Valet, 0, War Dance
Ella Breckinridge. ....
J. A. llatchelor, b in Princess, (, Prince
ton Uoxtline. ...... r
Trowbridge A Dyer, ch m Juliet ,M,a , Le
lupa -Alcana. ,
It Abraui, b g Charley Lucas, I i, Buckdcn
nonUoiiirrj blkt'-bl(0O Added.
SwoepR'akes for all pjich, flOO en
trance, hall forfeit, and only I2" if declsrcd
on or before April 15th; a I declarations void
unless aceompunied with the money; fl'NM
added, f which t-'OO to tec nd and third to
save stake; one and one iia.irler wiles; to
be run Friday, May 7th.
R. C. Pate enters bg Monogram, a., Buck
K. C. Pato enters b e Clay Pate, 4, Ln
qiiircr Wa.t pee,
K. C. Pate enters gr g Iditnn, 4, Enquirer
G. B. Marvin, b c Bersao. 4, Ten Broeck
G. 11. Marvin, b e Favor, 4, Pat Molloy
Favorite. , ,
La .U-ncy Ilros., b h Lonicview, 4, Long
fellow Fannie Malone.
Kd Corrigan, b ( Froeland, a , Longfellow
Kd Corrigan, ch m Modesty, 5, War Dance
K.I Corrigan, ch o Irish Pal, 4, Pat Malloy
J.T. Williams, ch c Joe Cotton, 4, King
J. T. Williams, ch c Hub Miles, , Pat
J. S. Campbell, cu m l'uoko, 4, V entila
tor Ninn. . ,
Robert .1. Lucas, b b Philip S., S, Leinstor
Handicap Nieeplorliuor Ntnhe-8400
Twnntv-flve dollars entranoc, or
only tlr if dodared out: $1(0 added, of
whi en JUKI to acconu, mini to save aiaae.
Weights to bo announced by noon ot the
second day of the lueotiuir. and dcclara'iiins
lit be miLila tlirnuall the ntrv- box on the dav
previous to the race at the uuul hour of
closing. Iieciurattona void it not accom
nauiod with the money. Tbrco or more
horses, tho property of different owners, to
ulitrt. or no rcn. Lima inside course.
About one and three-quarter miles. To be
run Saturday, May sib.
James G. Tompkins, ch g P Line a., Pat
Malloy Mary li.
James G. Tompkins, b g Bucephalus, 5,
War Danco Bank Stook.
May .k Co.. b gSlocuiu. ft. (ilenelg Dot.
John Grayor, ch g Aurclian, a.,Sp.ing
Tulford A' Troy, bg Judae Jackson, a..
Abe Perrv, gr f Empire, . Enquirer
A liee M until v.
F. B. Harper, b c Tennessee, 4, Ten Broeck
F. 11. Harper, gtu Gray Dawn, 4, 1c
Uroeca uray Helen.
J . D. Davis, b g Tomahawk, A, Great Tom
Ouenn of the West.
J. S. Campbell, bg John Sullivan, a.,
Falls City Stable, h g Claude Branuon,
ltiiekilen Sitllie Knodv.
R. Shea, ch g Aseili, a., Sprinibok-
' H. Shea, b g King Dutchman, a., Longfel
low Little GirL
Noalhern Leagite Hcliediile.
The echedule of the Southern
Leacue which, im iinnounced in a npe-
cial dispatch to the Appeal, was llxed
ivtAtltnta on weuuesaav. nas neen
received. VVh 1-j some of the clubs
ii referred an entirely diQerentarrnnee-
ment, it ia thought that the four-fame
scries will fave a larire amount ol tiav
elinji expenses. There ia no question
but that tho different clubs will 1)3
very much etrouircr than last year,
and will be moreevemy mai:jei,acu
hence will draw njuch better. Games
will -be p uyed by the Memphis club
at home and allium as lollowe:
MEMIMUS AT III MB.
With Macon, Mny 8, 10, 11, 12.
With Auftiista, May 14 15, 17, IS.
With Kavunnah. May 20. 21, 22, 2i
With Charleston, May 'M. 27, IS, 211.
With Chi t anogi, May 31, June 1,
"'With Atlabtt,.lune4, 5, 7, 8.
With Nashville, June !, 10, 11. 12,
With Neshville, August ft, (1, 7, 1).
With Atlai.ta, August 11, 12. 13, 14.
With Chattanooga, August Hi, 17,
With Charleston, August 21, 23, 21,
With Bavannah, August 28, 30, 31,
With Augusta, Htptsmber 3, 4, fi, 8.
At Macorj, April 15, lti, 17, 11).
At Fuvanuab, April 20, 21, 22, 24.
At Charleston, April 26, 27,25,30.
At Augusta, .May 1, 3, 4, 6.
. At Nashville, June 14, 15, 16. 17.
At Atlanta, June 18, 111, 21, 22,
At Chattanooga, June 23, 24, 25. 26.
At Macon, June 27,28, 29, July 1.
At Augusta, July 7, 8, 9, 10.
At Charleston, July 12, 13, 14, 15.
At favannah. July 16, 17, lit, 20.
At Atlanta, July 21. 22, 23. 21.
AtChatttinosgR, July 26, 27, 28, 20.
AtNH!hvill,July 30,31,August 2, 3.
From the above it will be seen that
Memphis will play 52 fames at home
and 66 games abrtai. There is a skip
from June 12th to August 5th, during
which pi-riod the lovers of baseball
will have to content themaelves with
reading the printed accounts of con
tests poing on elsewhere. There wm
no 'ntjrval of so great a length last
sf awn, and it is questionable whether
the plan of playing all the games at
once, or in two series, is preferable to
that cf ta'ting more frequent trips.
Nashville' has signed Dundon.
Charleston bits released W.Laverty.
"Plucky" Chattanooga has oigned S.
The Finn Brown stable at Louisville
numbeiH uinttjen. ,
C. II. Morion and Will C. Evan are
Atlanta will make dates with the
Philadelphia League team.
"Blosdy" PcncKLi, Atlanta's mana
ger, is called the home-run hittir.
Gabe Caldwell has addtd Chantllly
to the string in bis training charge.
ArjTnoRiTiFS think Bulliarj of last
year's At'antas is the bust pitcher now
The Christv striug shortly leaves
Xew Orleans br Memphis and then
West, Col. Sim Brown's jockey,
was injured in a runaway at Louisville
Presidknt Pboudfit has appointed
McQaade aa one of the nmpires.
Greer, Bremen and Bowers willdoubt-1-bs
THE m PARTY
SHOWN THE SU.HTS OF HIE
St. LoaU and Her Ambition to Pc
come a Cotton Mart Urn.
oral Notes. j
The Ionian party was driven about
the city yrvtjrday in carrUgee, at
tended by Prenidmt Madden, Mers.
J. T. Fargiaon, J. C. Neely, R. D.
Fravser, T. 11. llartmns, James Ler,
jr.,M. Burke and W. J. Ciawford.
Ihey visited the elevaiir, compresse,
oil mills, Cotton Kschange, and drove
out Aduras and other residence
streets, winding up at the Chesapeake,
Ohio and Southwestern railroad,
where (he In man private car was in
waiting, having been attached t (he
regular train. Amidst the popping of
.n.bi ami tinkling ttf tr'itwpa m'hirh
preceded the signal for departure the
gentlemen indulged in apeculaliotiH
about the luture of the S'outh and of
Memphis in particular, drinking a
closing enp to the success of the pro
ject for btiiltliDg a bridge oror the
river at this point.
l nhHiy kit. l.oula.-
The recent meeting of the presi
dents of t link lines North and Ks-'t,
held in New tork, Ita3 resulted tu
discomlit 'jre to 8!. Lnuis, which city
aspires to become n coltn canter.
The people cf St. Louis c'aim that
the presidents 1 1 F.itt-irn railtoadsdo
eveiything possiblo to lavor their
great rival, Chitaxo. lte'ul've to this
question a meeting waa held in Ht.
Louis on Natnrnay last, ounng wiucti
was submiitad the request of celt tin
cotton factors to have ratos on com-
S reaped cotton f-om Kast ht. Lous to
ew EnaUrd and Atlantic coist
points ailjusttdto the r. cent reduc
tion by water lines (mm New Oil ans.
The question engaged the attention of
the committee for quite a whilt, and
wai firn'ly decided that no reduttion
could be ruaJe In justice to the rail
Praaaciola and Mrmplile.
The Penaacola and Memphis rail
road, when computed, will be one of
themott fniaible on this continent;
its cam will run within eisht fdet
from the decks of the sbipH, and at
their wharves is tho deepest water on
the gulf. The harbor oi Pensacola ia
deep, safe, roomy, and porlectly land
locked, A Mobile paper says: As slated a
few das ago, Mr. H.N. Van Prang,
the efli:ienf neerutary and auditor of
tlia Pensai il and Memphis ralltotd,
has returned to our city, alter an ab
sence of (We weeks in JiickKon, where
he succeeded in obtaining a good
charter for this road. The Pensacola
and Memphis rsilrnad has now char
ters from all the States needed Flor
ids, Alabama and Mississippi which
were all obtained through Mr. Vau
Piaag's incessant labor. South of
Meridian the survey bin been partly
made, and as soon as organized in this
State the entire survey anu location
will be made.
4'roabi'a Ulino Unannm.
1 n s pi I o o f st rou g coun t er-at tract ions
(Vtora in Kaon a vnrv fair H'tnnilnnre
during the week. To-night cIohiib the
type-setters' tournaii-entund will show
who is U:e champion of Tennessee.
The contest will In decided and the
result announced at 1) :30 o'clock p.m.
It innVln.'lr liiu innrnl nir tilt) llf.ll 111
children's matinee will be given. At
, ,i i
the alteir.oon penormance jnnn mm
Will ,'iri,ru will o-lva from 1
o'clock till 1 :30 a grand piano duet.
The night performance will close the
entertainments oi Miss uertie nam,
Minn Annla Hull Mian Kva II andriulit.
Miss Carrie A kern, La Mondue, the
i. , ,
siacK-wire waiaer; naywoou anu
MnrtrA ttnna anil tlancn skntctlifltfl:
Otis and Willie Peters and thatenrious
freak of tiu'ure, the corkscrew-ram a
The engagement of .laninh, the sale
fur which oih'Iih at Mulford's tn-diiy,
iiniiniHCH to 1 very mti rinfiil. The
New Orleans l'icaijum; where I ho com
pany ia now ciigugiMl, nays: Like most
thoniiighly French I'htyN, yliirc
i replete with telliiijr sitniitionH, mid
throttgh it all a vein of lino comedy.
Tho fourth act is tho climax of the
play! Here the wronged wife (li
deavom by her power of jierMUitnion
to keep her hiishaml from dishonoring
both himself and her. Since the days
of Uttrhcl there him been ho such love
making on tint Htiip-; beside it even
thi' artistic i-H'orta of Eniina Abbott
seem Milted and overdrawn. It was
love-making in absolute perfection of
tone, word and gesture, and a most
consummate piece of ncling. Tho
writer saw Madame Janish on the oc
casion of her iltint in New York,
when people stood upon the seats of
the theater and cheered themselves
hoarse. Since then her American tour
has been a siieeesHion of triumphs,
fjist night the audience was composed
of the very elite of tho city, and the
fact that Madame .lanish was recalled
four times alter the fourth act may be
some criterion as to her merit.
Tlt Heanlt al the :ontlntied anlra
at the Ktork Yards,
Tho sale of Holsteiti cattle wsa con
tinued at the Stock Yards Thnrday, ra
snliing in disposing of the baUnce of
the animals remaining in the yards.
Four heifers two yeara old sold for $725;
two young bulls, 27d; thirty calves,
fL'1145. This concludes Iho tale of the
10!) head imported by Messrs. Archi
bald A Co. in Angiist last.
Advice t illollivn.
Mrs. VViubIow'b Boothing Syrup
should always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves tho littlo
snflerer at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as ''bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothes
the child, softens tho gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the beat known remedy
for dianlnea. whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty-tlve
A IlriiKglMt'M Mory.
Mr. Isaac C. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes ns : "1 have
for the pint ten years sold several
grors of Dr. William Hall's Baha-n for
the Lungs. I can say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never heard a customer speak of
it but to praise Its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest effects. I
have used it in my own family for
many yeara; in fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
John L. Sneed, the manager of the
Memphis team, is related toUen, John
THE TO TEST
or Ibe Typo lor itae ylednl-Van
Uibber atlll Lead loir.
The type-aetting totirnan-ent is
growing more interesting as it leaches
the thtuax. The ai.eruoon p.ien
yesterday produced the fjllowtcg
2 .'. :t
There seems to be do dotil t at ad
roar o( Van i'dbber being the chatu
n oti, as with each session be i gain
ing on nta record. Maynelu cnmlieil
13 second place, ard believca t tit-1 if
the contest lasted longer he could de
The evening sers.on gave the fol
Ma) Held. ........
Mhvtl-'ld I. eld
more, but Diake has a majority of i'62
ems iu tho total record, whinh the
Xnxhiiu hf man will Hud liar,! 1 1 wipe
out in the Ust two sessions. Totila
np t last night:
Ainu. Imu Fin
Van li'buer I't.'S'.'S
Holme! VI inl
To-night will closn thetonruument.
DycliiK iiut ( IcuiitiiK.
Ladies' and gents' clothes (leaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Keigul, 58 Jencrson street, Meiu
phis, Tenn. tvooda rwceivwd hy express.
To the Voters ofthe Fifth Civil District, com
prising the f irxt, Mocond, imruauu tmntu
M ar ls and Big Spring :
At tho earnest reotiest of many good
and ttue lriomls I have conclnd-d to
became a candidate for the ( Hire of
magistrate tor this district, promising,
if elected, to he ever resdy to work for
tiie hi st interests ( f the comity and for
good and holiest govern ment in gen
eial. ii. minaHKiid.
Mi veili", FehneiTV 17. law
ScroTula ol Luus
I am now forty-nine yeara old, and have
nillered for the laU Alteon years wilh a lung
trouble. Several members of the fntuily oa
my mother's tide of the house had died with
consumption, and the docto s were all
agreed in their opinion that I had con-ump-tion
also. I had all the distressing symp
toms ol that torrlble diseaae. I h.re spent
thousands of dnllara to arrest the uiareb ot
this disease; 1 have employed all of the
usual methods, not only in my own cu r,
but in the treatment of other meiubera ol
my family, hut temporary reliol waa all
(but I ohtiiined. I waa unlit for any manual
labor for leve-ul yoars. By ohauce I eaine
Into nostesaion of a pamphlet ou Blood
and Skin Discuses," Irotn tho oAloe ot cini.t
Specitle Co., Atlanta, Ha. A friend reeo.i:
in milled the use of bwllt'i SpeeiAo. claiming
that he hiiuaalf had bena great.y benellud
by ita use iu some lung troubles. I resolved
to try It. About lour yeara ago I commenced
to take H. S. S. according to uiteetiona. I
found it an inviaoratingtonic.atiil haeused
about II fly bottles. 'Ilia re'ults are moat re
murk ilIiIo. Mv eouuh haa left mo. in V
tttenijth baa returned, ami 1 woigli sixty
pnunda more than 1 ever did in mv iifn., 1'.
has been three years since 1 atopned the
use of the medicine, but 1 have hud no re
turn ol the disease, and there are nn pains
or wenknuaafelt In my lungs, 1 no tut Hard
est kind of mechanical work, and foal aa
well aa 1 ever felt since I waa a boy. T e'e,
I know, are wonderful statements tn make,
but 1 am hnne't when I any that I one my
eiistence and health to-day to c.wlfl' Spe
cilln. It lathe only medicine that brou.ht
me any permanent rolief I do not tar that
Swift's Speeltic will do this inevcryesae,
but must positively affirm that it baa Hone
this much for uie, and I would be recreant
tn the duty I owe to suffering humanity if I
failed to bear this cheerful testimony to the
merits of this wondortul medicine. I am
u-.ll linown in the eitv of Monteoinorv. and
nan refor to some of the best eitiaeus in tbe
oity. 1 J. UUL1'.
Montgomery, Ala., June 23, lHtVi.
Swift's Specific ( entirely vegetable
Treatiaeon Blood and Skin Disosses mailed
Tim Swirr Sppikic Co.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, tin
A Valuable Paten
lMiiiy (Hore) 4'oru him! r i i'lttu.
a A V!Nti rrrffrud my tnvAntlon. I wNh
o rliine il hfiftir tha putti.c, o'lully
iiL'TiiHrnilurn-", An ti Oorn IMtininr, It i A
perlflot "it Mt 0vn tht drill, flt triliNio
tlio feud 't rutuiy, uninierl ami oovom
the kuido, ihrrhv on nmit eriruiini( the
work of thmu. lhf have ttnmi iihuJ in
thin ritirtinn lor over a doteti four who tor
fuotKHtlMfiintiim. Cao fivo ro-imi libU leti
JOHN LI. DANCY, Dancyville,
Ilkfwnoi (innv, lt--n
iioinn. frttjoii rpjn
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" CHANCERY SALE
U ' A Ta JINTATi:.
No. Mill, R.D. Chancery Court of 3 alby
county-Slate ol Tenuetsee vji. T II. t ar
HY virtue nf an Interlocutory dooree for
aale entered in lh ovo caa..e nn the
Ith dav nf January, ItPIri, M. U. 61, ease 4, I
will tell, at pulilio auction, to the higheat
bidder, in trout ol 'hct le k and Muaier'l
011 ee. courthouse of Shelby county, Meaa
ph s, Tetin., ou
Nnlnrtlay, flare It 1.1, INa,
with'n legal hou's, the following tioscrihed
property, s'tuated in the. by county. Tee
nr a-ee. to-wit :
South half of lot t, Krnter's aobdivlsion.
40 feet frunt by U0 f.et deep, on the weat
aido ol Lauderdale atreet to feet aorlli ef
r rnter street.
North half or lot Z fron Ing :ff' (eet
on the west side of Mxtli street. T fent
northl ol Ssflarttna atreet, Oih ward, and
runni' g hack Hn'y feet. Sold aa property of
Kinuia Knd John Cacev,
Part el cuuntrv lot 41S SO feet front an
aout.haide of Auction street, east of and ad
j ii ing bayou tiuyoro, by a depth of Iwtfeet.
l eriui of Sale On a credit of six months:
notu wilh security bearing interest required;
Hen retained; redemption baried. Tha
Pcbruiry 17, ihh.1
H. I McbOWKLI,. Clerk and Master.
By J. M. BraKey, Deputy Mark A Maatar.
P. II AC. VY. lteiskell, Soli. sat
Por i s yeara at yi Court Place, aow at
4 rMtiUrtT HwtilM ftttl Ifnllr qullrVM rUM wd ttat
. .. ... i hla tMantiuel aUI liruwvi.
SuuriiiAtorrhea and 'ImpotncTt
thrwuHofikir biij lo Tooth, !tl t IB Ma
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' chancery sale
II 12 Ala KMTAT1S.
No. H'l:l, R. Chancery Court of Phely eouu-ty-M.
tluvlu et al. vs. i'aniek Martinet al.
Hi virtue of an lnterl cutory dooree for
aal", errtered in the above cause on the
111 h (lav qf Ooceinbt r, 1"I, renewing order
ol May IS, 1"H1. audairuin renewed January
18, ISerj, M.B.fil, p. 103, 1 will aell at public
auction, lo the nighost bidder. In treat of
toe t'lerk and Meter's office, o urthouae of
Shelby count', Aisu phii, Tonu., on
Isalarflay, Mrch A, 1MS.
with a teral Ooure. the fi llowing Quscribeil
property, satuateil In hhelby coanty. Tenn.,
to wit Tbe euoitable interest of Patrick
a .il Juli '. .Var.in in lots 7 and & nf A.
VVriahi' subiivtaion, Said lota having a
froLt etch o feet on the east lioe of
Wrli hl av sue and run bock bc'.ween paral
lel I nrs 10 feet to a foot aliev.
Also, tbeir interest In lot one(l), of block
2. ot A. Wright's subdivision, Souih Mem
ph , irunting 30 foot on the south si te of
imrir'a a;re, t a',J ruualng birk between
pnrjliul lines V7S feet.
I. ro s ot W.'.lo -On a credit of a-vea (7)
llioinht; pnr. hasor toeieeute note ap
i r' ved .f cunt, bearing interest fromdite,
and hen i to secure payment. 1 Hia
rtbruaiy In. lc ....
. . 1 Mc'.O VKLL, Clerk and Vaater.
i'v J M. Bradley. Deputy Clerk A M eater.
II. C. aiinueruud i lippia A Klipp.n.So-li-itor.
"i incery sale
So. oJlft. H. Chancery Court of Shelby
com iy-Stntc m Tennessee for 11 own
use, tic , vs. P. M. Winters etal.
Hi Virtue ol an interlocutory decree tor
am. , cn'crc 1 in tbe above eao.se on the
ttd da - t Nove.i. ber, la, M. B., PMte
i, I wiH toll,.! public auct.nn. te tbe bigh
eet bid.ler, in front oi the Clerk aed Ma,
ter'i rhce. courthouse ol chelby county.
Memphis, lenn , on
stalunlay, frbroary , I88,
within le bours. the following deacTibei
pro, arty, situ ...d in Memphis, Shelby
ooiintv. Ten- e-sie, to wit! Part of block 4,
oonnlrr lot 4d, Su feet front by W feet deep.
ill d ot Third .treat. M loot a. uth of tbe
aouth lite ol country lot 4&. Sold a prop
erty of P. M Winter, and othera.
Terms ol Sale On a credit ol six months;
note w to security bearing interest required;
.ien retained) radea'piion baxrad. ThiaJea.
W' 1 ofl. McDOWELL, Clerk and Mater
By J. M. Bradley. Depu y C. and M.
i . U A C. W. lieiskall. lei.
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