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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, MARCH 23, ISSfi.
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AMUXfcJ.KTS.
JKVBKIK' TUCATkK.
Ihry, Friday aed SaUrdsy, March 25.
K, 27, B.'ardsy oiatiBee-Ihe talented
yoosff American aetreai,
MINN I M ADDER W,
la Her Qmt New York Success,
"IN SPITE OF A IX
Bappo'ted by J lis T. Sullivan end a power
ful cut under Ue c an resent sf
ARUIUR MlLl.blt
IfordaV, March 2 B n. fit of Mc Fraelt
Gray-MILTO.N i01JLB in "LOVE AND
LAW,"
JICIl'BKtS.
TJSDltf. THE ACSPICK3 OF
Yonnr Men's Clirlstlan AssocIatloB,
BT
HE. JAMES CARD EN,
AT THS
F1R8T BtPTIST CHURCH,
-0N-
TUKSDAY, Karch ZJ-SobjooUOUR KINO
THURSDAY, Mi eh 2-?a jtet.-BT. PATJ L
FRIDAY Mareh fcr-SnMaetTEVNTSON
At o'clock p.m.
TICKETS FOR BALK AT
Byr ts fewetry ator. 29" Main street,
K F. Willi A '"o., 817 Main treat,
Mansf.rd'-.i Van street.
Olapp A Taylor'.. 315 Min 'treat.
M. WiMi.ro A Co '. CTS Main t-eo.
FOK LE OK KEN I'.
OEBIOENCK-
XV '
-Two-tory frame, 80$ Pon-
. totoest., nx n Mi batb ana lervanis
room; large maty yaru w ""
Terms easy. Call at offi-e of Dr. Lipscomb,
S5U rcond st .orsthl.rcs denec,3b2 Miss ay.
FARMS 8eroral fine tarmi in Arkansas
and Missis.ipplenveryeaiy termi and
UWPri'e"n. dMW.MeP...TOTa.
HTKAf El OK SI0I.EN.
-a rm rfl An, mm hnTM mala. 16 hands
JVL h h. lame w right front lee: and one
dark sorrel home mn'e, M hands huh, tore
.:.h lin..M. T.i jtr. 1 reward paid for
th.ir return te Lemp I Beer Depot, Mo. W3
econd etreet.
FOK KALR OK KKM'.
TOKB HuUSK, ETU.-At&neioymuu.
iliis.. Here bon.e. aa oon, m "
uotbi. aa.DV yCBmsuan. f r rartner P-
ticul.r. apply t. i. H. bTAKKOKD.
Coneordia, Mm
QTO
........ i a. a a a
ROOMS AND BOARD-Furnlshed rooms,
w ith or without b ard,at 86 Monioa at.
"DOOM Drsirahla futn;sbed room, with
XV board, at 72 Maditon atre t.
BOARD With excellent room,
124 ADAMS STRFKT.
pf NICK Roomi, furnished or unfurnished,
J with or without Board, at ui iriaaunn si
TWO large unfurnished roomi, with or
without board, at W Madison, itreet, eor
Bcr Third.
ST. JAMES HOU8E--Cor. Second and Ad
ami aU, Room and board $5 per week;
day hoard, IPSO
mm
f ROYAL K&0. J
?,C:
THE
1CL. HIOMI RETIRES. faS?ih55
Dim Ana pia iuii iud .
nry. provided, further, tht the trm
shall io: be entitled to ny com-
ruiseinn on money tamed over o
him bT bit predewor in t ffl'e- He
thall be ntitled to eoropi nn n on
11 ididi pntd to hun y '1-rk,
justices end other collfdirg tfli.-er;
in rr is his (oupenia in to x
ced $3000 pt-r annum.
SURPRI'1' REASONS
CITES THE PUBLIC.
I Tbe Eiprng Almost Equal to
Revenue oi the Office
Tbe Law.
nE
tbe
A1TMEKEMAL LEA.
HIS
TIEWS ABOUT THE STATE
SLTliElE (OUKT.
Absolutely Pure.
Th. imwilar never Turlel. A marvel oi
pnnty, itrennth and whol,"omeiie. More
economical thun the ordinar; kind.", and
t. aoi.i in mmniiiuinn w:a toe
multitudo ol low tet, short roifht aluir or
nhuiliHle uowcler.". NnH ni'y Mfnm. Kiital
The comnlexion of the county cam-
I paign which is jast opeoinir op was
materially ctntiffd yeflteria by the
withdrawal oi O-n. A. J. vaugnan
from the race for Trustee. lie handed
the following card to the Appal yes
terday :
To My Frhnda in Shelby Connly:
Rnma time tince I thought of run-
ninii for CjuutT Trustee, and having
epoken to many, requesting ttoir eup-
port, 1 deem It proper to say i uavo
now decided not to ba a candidate for
that cfflce or any olher tUice wbafeo
ever at the eneuine Angutt election.
In makins thia public withdrawal 1
tpnilr mv tiof und and grateful
thanks to those who assured me oi
their support when I thought c.f oted'
ipe it. A J. VACOUAN,
Msarms, Txnic., fllaron zi, two.
BASEBALL T0-!AY.
THGOAHE THIN AFTEaia AT
THE NEW PARK,
The OMerrti t the Jerker flnb for
the Vr-Mw Orlrana
Baeca.
How the Dockets Might Be Cleaned j
I'p-Oibrr Jitws and
Tiewa.
FU1
iru
AN OKI) Eli BT MAIL FOIt
AUCTION SALES.
SheriCV SuU.
'XTITHIN l-a' hours I shall sell
V DiKSest DKiuer,
to the
lor cas'i in front ut
No. 8 Ada ins street, one lot ot Ltqnors,
Bmndiet anil Ciiian, and some i"rniture.
Levied oa aa the property o' J.J. Wolf .
W 1). OANNON.Sher.ff.
8. M. Robinsok, D.
TRUSTEE'S SALE AT AUCTION.
One Fine 7 1-1 Octave flat.
Regardless of value.
Tars. day at 10 o'c orat, at SsVnlon at.
A. M. STODDARD, Auctioneer.
A BOND. Trn.tpe.
8TR4TFP.
with rope around
B. BARTON, nenr Curve. Hefamlo rnai.
r whitr nnwa-Otii
A head. " reward for th-ir return to R.
LOST.
T AND PAPERS-In 1861 Lloyd D. Addi-
XJ fon le t In nts oeea in meuipois a
nf lnrt titles lor lands in V irruumn,
It will be made tn the intere ot any person
wbo ma? know ol mere pai eri io hi my
LYLKS, HAKKIj & KAN , AtWrnevs,
Memphis, 'lenn.
ftHTTER-White and b'.ck setter biUih:
O bothears blk. Keturn to f. D. b , 39
Vadison strot, nd g' t 8 n rcwnrrt.
FOR SALE OU EXCHANHE.
HH KENT.
ROOMS Nicely furnished room! iuitable
for ltht bo .aokeepinx for man and wile.
All eupvenienees. N. N., PoatolBce. .
TORE No. 522 Front itree'. Appl to
JOJin Li I lLi i .
&
TPOR MEMPHIS PROPERTV-A planU-
tl Unn in T u 1 1 aha tchi CnuntV. 2Vu ml 61
from the county reat, and directly on tha
na eit tha nnntaiiin nleu rl roai iroin
Yor.oo City to Memphis, conlmnina llXw
acres of ' black cane" lnd, Z aorg ol
wh'ch are cleared. It is all botton, and as
good aa land pets to be. Not subject to
overflow from the M S'isstppi and Talla-
hatcbie rivers, and not sunjeet to levoe iita.
Toere are tenant hones (doub e), fin
house, lUb'es. e'O Will be sold on fair
erms. or excnngeo. or uosiraoiy-iooawu
Memi'his property. Addr;;
furnished
Adams st
TWO elejrant front rooms,
aninrnnhi-d. Apply at 89
COTTAOH8 Two naw cottsirea, Noi. SO
and 30H Had lea avenue, half square
oath of Bsaie street. Arply to
J. D. M0NTE1 0SK6, 270 Second it.
COTTAGE SO Rosi avenne, S roomi and
kit.Len ; iwa oiatern. 71 Mosby street.
LAND 100 aorei near city. Males, waaon
and corn en pl.ee. Apply 2 Vadison st.
R0OM-hi.lyf.rnUh,df,,ntroROrn.T
STORRS-147, and 1 Poplar at. laUly
oecnpled by 0. rt. hlngwaldi good stand
fr.tr:i '?"T,iD3 .fVL"-, ...
KbiLtLI , BUr&n riciutii , op .a.
rlOTTAfllf Of three roe ml at the termi
Kj aoa of Elmwood itreet oar line. Apply
at 96 Union itreet. '
T300M3 Famished or unfurnished, at 118
XV- becond street, neterenoe. reituireu.
-rpURNISHED BOOMB-Anp.t gT
ivruiun Anita. nS tar a TOdmi. nnf urn ished.
XV or one furnlabed rooms will board par
ties if desired, ixteation best in tne ouy.
Family private. Address, with reference,
B. P.. Appeal offioe.
f 10TTAQB Tbrte roomi,
J tieorgia street.
cistern, at 257
A'p'y next room.
-OTrAOB-No. 411 Laulerdale, 7 roomi
J la good repair, good cistern 1 123 per
month. Apply o Wo. 394 Main itreet.
W. corner
its.: in first-class
repair; eigbt rgoma. Apply on premises
O-8T0RY 1 rieH Residence, S.
jb Second and aiacnange
2
ROOMS Kn suite, Lee Block, third floor
front. Apply at No. 4 Mndison st
FOii SALE.
TARES At J. L.
JJtJ. Uo
. Hall's stables. No. 55
.I., ataut Ihiu vonrl hrnod m res.
nod saddlx snd harness qualities Two of
aaid mares will drop colts thisy Pg-LE7
T0NKWABE A car of stoneware and a
ipe.very roofp, nj
015 J. l-KRbSAtUO.,
rt'
D ear of lower pipe, very cheap
804 Frot t street
10W A tne. fre-h.balf-Jereoy cow with
J oalf si'teen day; old.
VV. B. JONES, IS, ncrnarido st-
TTORRE,
XX I
riu-kawav and harne'S. The
hnraa ia Tonni. sound and trentle: jhs
i. .. i. ilu.n I illv'. mnkfl. and ha.
been nscd but very little. John Lilly, 322
Froit street.
a rnvPT.RTR TUFT'S SODA APPA
f RATIIS FounUins, geterato', eto . at
HARPMANN t BR0.'S.28BMiiinst.
. m ark A well-hmd Kentucky saddle
1V1. mare, none better. Inquire at iac
tors' W.r.hoa. "wSirF0RI.
X IOHT BPR1N3 WAGON And hsrnrii
XJ cheap. Apply at No 183 Court street.
ZIEDAR FK5JCINO POSTS For sale by
J W. R. LAHn.tr', Larkinsvllle, Ala.
S'
TOCK OF 8R0CKRIE? axd FIXTHRES,
A. D. v.y Appeal PIIIPQ.
Addrvi
: A NICE DRUG STORE-Cheap. Will
V invoice between 11200 and I1SO0. Ad
dreal O. W. MINK ELL.
Batesvllle, Miss
l'EKSONAL.
TVri'SIf For ball or party musio call on
XV A AI.KXTOD '.7t Vance stre t.
IISTEBNS Bul:t and repaired and war.
I j nni.il Tnvantnr n' the riAnitarv Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone 888. Tll. IJHiimitw
MB. TREZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
. T.AW. .V. urine and Commercial Notary
Pubi c. Uommissloner oi neeas ssu u.n,
Commissioner, at the old office, No. S Madl
son street. POLLBoTIoNB A SPECIALTY
WANTS.
-r-vp.itvTtnnv-.TA mII and see tbe cele
lit bratd Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
ilreet. near Poplar. . .
m,n who un
y 85 M.dison.
STUDENT8 To learn tolegrnn-y, at Ten
graph School, cor. Main and Poplar its.
GARDENER A good ste.dy
derstands gardening. Appl:
a-v FYDChIE .Ptcn HTAVK-MAKKKt
f)l I at once. AnolvtoEO. W. laEAtt-
NARD. Arkansss Uity, Arte
T ADY AGENTS For Mm. C-mpbem
I J Knar Tiltr t liter. bUSIIO. LOOD-
kirtand underskirt comb ned. Uoops can
AdiustB'
Very lashionakle, and sell!
h removed and skirt laundried
ki.tn,niiM. Verv tashir
i .VA.V w. ii.itr. u..rl ladv as aoon aa
ahnain. Affents double their money. Also
a full lice ot new nirnisnirg guuus '
and children. Address, with stamp, H.
CAMPBELL i CO . 484 West Randolph
Itreet, Chicago. 111.
0
"tOOK White or colored Appl
J. I). Ullia'i "'
ply to
Frwitst.
KIRST-CLASH MILKER Who Is i
to asist with other larm work,
reference required. Addresi
illing
But
, Mis-
man aa ale-man
;eeper of c
emerlonce In aent ral mdse. businosi. 1 year
OITUATION-Byayoungn:
O or accountant. Book ke
eeper of 5 years
wholesale boot and shoe business. Kef renoe
given. Addresi J. 8 , Appeal offic-
T71XPEHIENCKD AGENTS-And corre-
rii nn.Jnnll fnf DM husioCSS. PoSi'ilinl
permanent. Salary or oomiunsion. rtrno
to-day. Address .
NATIONAL ECONOMIST. Chicago, 111
3FIRT-CLAS8 DRY GOODS MEN Ap
ply f.is tuorning at Gaston I Hotel,
room .b, between 9 and lOo'clock.
1 gocj fre: trannenti acTOmmo'tatccl.
GEMS In every section of the country
TJOARDERS At 140 Mndison: nice roomi
A ,
A for two New Booksjust ready. SracitL
TKRUSto men ot experience cnpaoio oi uu
ing a lortre territory, btato experience, age
and territory wanted. CASSbLL to.
(limited). 822 Broadway, N. Y., and 40 Dear
born s'reet, Chicago.
SALESMEN In evory State In the J'1 ion
toTerrese'4 PAlNT MANUFACTCR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
BrauULTisa th.tare popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in conn.otii n
with other goods. Address THB WM. B,
PRICE MASllFG. CO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
TNF0RMATI0N NORTON C. WILLAKD
X can hear of something to hn advantage
b, co reading witbrrthsj
Proscott, Ontario, Canada.
rrrnATION-Vrs. Ann B. Rc'hroe. chal
O lenaa carpet-maker of the Unite J States,
rrEK "STREET BLOCK"-Coverlnr flva
X three-stnry kriek dwelling-hoases. Hps,
88, 41. 41. 43 and 45, on Poplarilreet.be
tween Main and Second I'reet. Apply to
J. M. BRINKLKl, . . ....
Boom 3 Cotton Exchange Building,
or JAMK.3 L. flOODLOK. 38 jjf d'.sor. tla.
itM Orrs wil1 Parchase a new, hand
CD" AOJ some, two-story Queen Anne
boot..V ro'ms, with front, side and bark
porchefi cistern, stable, wood and coal
sheds, oorner lot, 146xlH8 feet, nicely graded
and fenced, 20-foot alley in rear, adjoining
Bute Female College. Terms $2000 cash,
balanoeftt per month. Will be completed
about Arr'l 1st. Addresi T. A. LAMB or J.
H. BARTON, 10 Madi:on street. Office
hoars, J to 4 p.m.
wants a situation. No objectioa to leaving
the city. Arply at this office. '
N HONEST YOUNG MAN-ior a per
manent posit on, with an old established
HORSE AND MPLK-Oood horse and
male, very cheap. Apply at corner of
Third and Mill streets, Chel.ee.
T.J. GRAHAM.
TTIU RN ITURE Coraplets set of household
X furniture, almo.t new, at a bargain to
ensh parohasertmu.t heTold at once. Apply
to R. BALDWIN. 2S4 Main St.
-jrINB PAYING HOTEL BUblNBSS-Sit-P
uate I in one of the livest towns ia the
Eonth. Ioi a business of over 11000 per
month. Bar oan be added loth business,
if desired. For terms, address
J. B. M., Box 102. Meridlat, Vi's.
MULES Borne Brsl-elsss motes tor ale.
Ioqaireof HADDEN A FARRINGT0N
before pa-chasing elsewhere.
AT N aWPvRT NEWS, VA. 1U00 lott.600
feet water fro t, 41 feet deep. For full
iniormatioa address WM. A. DEAN,
47 Lexington street, Baltimore, Md.
OK HEAD MVLKS AND HORSES- For
'J ea'h, or payable September 15, 188(1,
with good lecarity.
w iiu goow .-m p, M. PATTERSON CO.
HORSE A sale, reliable family buggy
horse one wall known to ihecitiieui
of Memphis. Apply at the f
F. A. JONES A CO.
TTfiN ISLAND In sight of
llemohist l'0 acres, of which about 300
aleared and Te y rich land. A bargain can
be Kcuri b, PP'l-V I.RYAN t CO.
TH OLD
X Me
'I ! jsjomv oiAl cianllJ'iCAXKc--I
R. a.1v1U anvand all doe. wi tbs
futa.
OVKET0H.A GROSVlvNOa.
firm, as their represenuve, in nis own niaw.
Salary to begin, 170 per month, Referencel
waited. Arf.MmirAcauatea awns.
H'el. N. Y. ;
AGENTS For tbe belt artioie ever r
Annarl Mn.t.lv O.itftt frM BA tddling
and no money required until sales are made
and goods delivered. For particulars and
terms address N. M. Friedman k Co., Mar-
tinsburg. Mo.
4AAA MEN Young and old. to bring
1UUU their Old Clothes to Roienstein
Bro. and have them renovated. 2H8 Main
and la .Teffersr n.
& Jim lal
f r i i o t PAVs.I
f I saas.amatArfc w
I I HralylartM
I , Iran Ouxktl Cl ,
W. crni! tv rworjwene
ffairWatU-ffbest rrmrdy
ncn jaaaj.CKf'taira
and Gla
'i have toM coKkleh
ai-, kid In cat. a
baKiaa Mll.tarnVav
AlravU Ulk,
ttaaaaa.pt. t.
aeHBfDlfMaW.
II ! Bcaaoua lor Wlibdrawal.
Katnrallv the reasons whxh in
duced Gen. Vauahan to take such
Htep were inquired, and his reply was
even morn aurprifit'g than tbe tint
cl his withdrawal. In word, he
declined to kbk for an t flics whose
tune, he said, would not support his
family an oince, popuieny euppotuu,
to be one ol the mout lut rative in the
Ktalfl.
"Then," said the Ai pal man,"you
have mads some d Bcovents since
vou began your canvaAS?"
rii. inueeu. ueu. iiuvuau ro
plied. "To begin with my own rtlire
was cood enoueh.but I tramised Dick
Canera when 1 was ele.ted in 1882
that I would not to in hit way as am
So I had to loDk about for eomeihing
else, and was neturaly a'tratted
toward the oflice of Trustee"
Believing it to be a gooi fat one
of course?"
"Yes." laughed the genera', "1 sop.
nose I had some such idea."
"Acd what rained a question as to
its fatness in your mind
"A friend ol mine, whose nave i
am not at libsrty to mention, dropped
in on mo one day, and, laying he was
afraid I hal been led into error, asked
tan if I hal read the law Uxng
the f jfls of the trustee. I told him I
had not, and be It ft me, saying I bad
better read it and judge for myself
That evening I got all the acts if the
Legislature, and the more 1 read tun
mr re uneaey I became, because, as I
teil you, I felt tolerably sure ol elec
tion and did rot like to g ve up so
g'Md a prospett Boction 71, page 7,
tjf the acts ot tne ueneiat itssemoiy
t f 1885 seemed to me to limit the
fees of tbe (flics t) so small amount
that aftor ezpenees were paid nothing
would be left. 1 studied it thoroughly,
and afterward submitted it l o my law
vers, who agreed with me in my con
struction ol the act. I then wrote to
ComDtrcller Picknid, telling him that
1 thought ot Decoming a cauuiuaie t r
the oflice ol Tros'ec, and asking mm
t construe the law governing the
fres. He repiad promptly, his Ut
ter confirming me in my opicnn
Still not quite satisfied, 1 woLt
to Nfshville and had A personal
interview with the Comptroller. He
admitted thtt the quettion 1 sprung
was a new one to him. and said be
had not given it egret, t deal nf thought
before, lie added, Loirever, mat tne
law limiied the fees to 95000 and
would be enforced hereafter. That
was all I wanted to hear from him, bnt
at bis sagnestion I dtt rmined to see
Attorney-General Lea. He was not
at tbe capital and on my way home I
tornied at Brownsville, where I found
him. He unhesitatingly declared his
belief that my first concl unions were
correct. 1 came nome an j naa a tan
with Jndire Walker, tbe City
Attorney, who said be conld
not Rive an opinion at onre, but
thought it possible the law might not
aDDlv to collections of Taxing District
taxes, so far as the limit of J.'iOOO was
rencerned anvwtv. Still there wai a
queation raised and I could not make
nn my mind to go into hit contest
for u oflice with the dismal prospect
of beins obliired to go to the JLeeisia'
ture for relief or the Supreme Court
for adjudication."
"But alter all, General, wouldn't
$5000 with an additional $1000 or so
from the school tax be a very lair uv.
ine?"
"You foreet to deduct the expenses,
It won;d con at leatt $"000 to ruu the
oflice fa'.it facie rily. Tnere might be
more In it, but I would be oliliged to
titke the plain reading of tbe law for
mv cuida uv-td 1 could induco tne
courts to cut a moie liberal construe.
lion upon it. 1 am thus plain witn
ton. becaiiRe I f.iel tea', a blunt witn
dravnl. without rtMONH. rnitht lay me
open to nniupt and nnkind remarks.
I repeat that I had the warmewt asur
ances of support from all parts of the
county. I fe't confident, not only of
my nomination, but ot election, oe
caue I am convinced that the Demo
cratic ticket in August will be elected
by an overwhelming majority.
Th Comptroller's Ietter.
The following is the text of tbe let
ter written Gen. Vangnan, Dy tne
Comptroller:
Tot St.ti nv TIHHRPBIi
CeapTiiot.Lga'i Urncs,
Nahbvilli, March 11, IW.
A. J. Vaughan, tsq., Memphis, lenn. i
Drab Mi-Yours ol lOiU to band, l
COFB'rue gee. 71, peg" 27 8 acta of 1885
to mean that the tr ustee'e commission
on state, county and municipal taxes
shall not exceed IG000 per annum,
which ia exclusive oi commiesiona
al'owed on school mouey and the col
lection of the road tax. My conBtrne
tion, of touree, does nt affect any al
lowancea or different basis of calcula
tion that may be obtained as to tbe
county tax. Very resnertfolly,
P. P. P1CKARD, Compt.
The Memphis and the famona Nanh-
vi'le club will cross ba sattheie
bill pa? k today, alto to-morrow and
Thnradav. The Nashville team are in
fice condition and ouruorae coye cave
worked the soreness out ol toempelvfe.
Brynan and Ei-rle will be fe battery
for the visitctre, while McE'roy and
Ci lgAnwillocc ipy tbe points for Mem-
phi". A Urge attendance uexpecieu
in witness the contests. So fr this
season each club has won a gme, umi
as the stands and gronrdt are in tit e
condition everybt dy should turn out
and ii net's these two n-Rl-cias'i teams
The Ra tie will be calltd prou ptly at
3:30 The following is tbe batting
Older ot both tea me:
aiaPBis. giasviLi.'.
Blsck, lelt field, Fowdets, r ght field,
Livid, oenur Held, Koiusoy leu ueiu,
Andiewi.lH b.se, llillery, 3d ba-o.
Sncetl. right field, Marr, center Bel I,
uselbach,rhortstop,lleid, inorisiop,
Phelan, 2d base, O'B ien, at base,
Whit. head. 3d base, II tlm an , id base,
Colgan, oalcher, Brynan, pit.. her,
McE.roy, pitcter, Katie, e.tcher.
liases will be run from the Fea-
body, and thoso who desire to so on
tbe streetcars can take the Vance
street line, get off at tue Memphis and
Charleston raiiiraa crtssing, ana gi
north two tUkt to the park. Tne
tit lsns Line, which runs to the gate,
Will not be completed lor two weeap.
Jockey 'lnb O Ulcere.
At a met ting of the stockholders of
tho New Mtmph'B Jockey Club the
following gjmlemen were tlerted
directors to se.ve for the year 188U:
H. A. Montgomery, Napoleon Ilill,
James Lee, jr. John Overton, jr, T.
H. Milbnrn, It. i. Miowuen. o. it.
Mo itcomRiv. At a subsequent meet
ing the following fill is were ulei ted:
Pitaidtn, 11. A. mon'gnraery; vice
Presiding. John Overiort, jr., Napo
leon Hill, James Lee, j".; TreaKurer,
T. U. Milburn; Secret, ry, S. K Montr
gomery.
Itnmbnll Kcnrea.
Macon, Ga., March 22. Louisville,
17 ; Mncon, 8.
Savannas. Ga., March 22. Detroit,
13; Savannah, 7.
A Valuable Patent,
Dunn's (How) ( em uasa !. Flan.
ire.
rl A VINO terfectd mv Invention. I wish
IX o nlace it before the do r. lie esicially
manufaoturers. As a Corn P'anter. It is a
perteot aui eeas openi tbe drill, dirtribates
the seed aovirateiy. unmiered, and coven
the same, tberco one man irf-niinr the
work of three. Inmr nave Oreo us.3 in
this section lor over outer, year, witb per
feet latisfaction. Can give rasper, jibl. testi
SonUla. 'ddren
JOHN U. DANCT.Dancyvllle,
- HiTwrnwl Aountv. Tetn.
RUPTURE
.)Vlta,,i,tal. ail In rt.,.
LbvlJr ln.p.t M.vr.iirKiu-
f "i. -f7 llcTruw WurniMnsiT KLrTTKHJ
TTtr.H In worttf Kntlr.lv dlO'.Bt nura
- JSh .all ottoer. l.-rtrr Rrutnar , worn bis tit or
y KimmautN V .imI handmMi oUam. PimB fnte
HAUtTIC EtAt. TlVS CO. 312 N. 6th it 6t Lewi.
rics, V
w. )
The law upon which Gen. Vaugban
based his action is copied below:
Chap. 1, .Ktf. 71, Page 27. lit it further
enacted, That the compenettion of the
County Trur-tee for receiving and pay
ing over to tbe liglitful auihoritiee a l
moneys received by him ahell be 6 per
centum on all sum up to f 10,000, and
4 per centum on al'. sums above $10,
000 and up to 10,000, and a commis
sion of 2 ptr ceatam oa all sums; pro
Tided that in rotnputing the compen
sation tfthe trntteall fands, State
and county, shall be taktn and esti
mated as olk, end each shall pay their
respective poition of the above com
mission on all sums of money received
hv said trottee for raid State and
county and all corporations where the
taxee are collected by the county
trm tee: ntovided that the echcol iund
shall not be included; provided that at
tbe time of settlement with the Comp
troller of tbe Treasury and Uounty
Trust. nd the computation ot am
miesion on C' Uections, tad t'antee
shsl'lturniBJl the Comptr. Her with
oertihed etateneot from the Judge or
Haw Orleans) Race.
New Obleans, March 22, Tbe
to-day was clear and cool and the
track in good condition.
Fird Race For all ages, one-quar
ter of a milo. Q teen Either won by
two lengths; Diamond secomi.Chailey
Lucas third, beating Pianet.WaukeBba,
Josh Billinns and Dick Watt. Time
1:18.
cond tiact for tnree-year oiub,
wiuntri penalized, seven furlongs.
Rwettawonbvahalf lenth; Wood
ci alt Becond, Lida L. third, beating
Catharine M. Time l:8o.
Third Kact.- Helling allowances,
threa t jurt lis of a mile. Violin won
hv a lencth: Juliet M. second, Joe
Snelby thitd, beating Hop riing.CUude
Brannon, Hot is ox and A manua urown
Tim-1 :lfl.
Fourth Race. Handicap, one and
one-fourth miles. Blizzard won by i
len.th: Klohaba second, John Hull!
van third, beating Uintii. lime
2:17.
deneral Hporllsic News.
Horses are doine fast work already
at Monmouth Park, Jerome Park,
Sheepaluai Bay and Brighton Beach
This Biowne and Ele clubs will
olav a same t3-day, R ly and Hoi
leiaa for the Browns ml Dan Bhea
and McCarty for the Eagles.
Bicycling grows immensely in Eng
land. TbeUTU, has zi.wju mem
bers. the L. A. W. 7010 and the Ion
don German Cyclist.' Union 3000.
The Spirit of (hi T.wct makes the
aitigulany mistaken itttement that
Editor ie a rather onders't id eolt. Ho
stands well over sixteen l ands.
It was a bretse between Ira Pride
and the Exnofition management thitt
caused racing to be ttauif rred to tho
regular wile track at flew Oiloius.
Gks. Stonewail Jackson's old
charter died at tt:o Confedetft'e Ho!
diers' Home at Kichmood Tuernlay
lat if o'd tie, It will be mounted.
The Eclipse and Gleon cluba will
cross bats tdav at 'Oyc'e Tark t 3
o'clock. The battery lor the El lipse
will ba Hirden and Newman, for the
Glestons Nealy and Gray.
The weather permitting, a number
of wheelmen will have a run to-day
at 2:30 n m. from the corner of Mai
and Adams streets to tbe racs trac
and elsewhere, dis'ance about twenty
miles.
Littkbs have been received in New
York from both Roaln and Italy ask
intr what would be the COtt of thor-
oughbied mares bought here, served
by King Alfonso and shipped to those
coumnefj,
Tins afaknu nf tlfMVieach are added
to the Coney Island programme, and
will be run on the last day of the
meeting. They are the ta-eweii, the
Good-b, the Venders and the Stirrup
cup. The three first close on June
11th, and tbe other on the day before
the race.
It does not do much good to pic
boles in Memphis handicaps at bis
distance, says a Northern expanse.
but why on eartn Astoria, n nnt'ia
fillv. should be handicapped at ninety
pounds in the Peaboiy and Uttie
Carille, for exampU, be let off at
eighty-nve, la metre tuan any lenow
can undvrstand, lit Dundreary would
aay.
Manaoeb Snekd br-s arranged with
Nashville to give three exhtbi
t on game there March 18th, 10th
and 20th, and they return here 23d.
24th at d 25th. Linisvillee are booked
for the 20th and 30th ; Chicago ( Lesgne)
April 1st, 2d and 8d; Cnlcsgo Bluea
on the 8th, 9tb and 10th ; while nes-o-ti
it ions are pending with Kansas City
for the 11th, 12th and 13th. All will
be heartily welcomed.
Attorney-General B.n Le, who
pawed through the city yettiiday, on
hiri wv to Somerville, whs captured
by an ArpciL man on Madison s'reet
and ct n vet e i to a nstig'ahoiing otlioe,
where hall an hour or more was
spent del ght'ully in a genital conver
sa ion about the politits of the State
and the canva a fir the Supreme
Court nominations in particular.
"And, by the way, ih-t interests
jou?'' remarked the Appeal man.
"To some extent." fie Attorney.
General smilingly replied. "I 1 ave
seen all ti e lawyers in Ent and Mid
dle Tennessee, stnd am just begiming
o v round of calls in tuis divisinn. I
will return here ioju to remain two
nr three daTB."
"I suppose you hear the expres. ion
'A ilnan swee nst d a great di al?"
' Ottner in West than eittier in
Middle or Eas. Tennesspe. It is coui-
mui encnutl. however."
'Clean un tie dockets' will iWo be
another war cry, I nuppo e7
"It baa already bten rail ed." he re.
nlitd "And I ft id. too. that an im
reeaion txitti that no more buRirees
Ia done, ai d cases are acciimnlt.ting
because the judges do not work hard.
Nothing c iuIo bi more erroneous. As
a mttior tf fact, they are wemng
themsolves out with work. They hear
nsss (ram 0 nr. til l.so from the bench
to dinner, and often sit up until sf er
midnisht wrltinn their opinions. Witb
one exception all the judges insist
nnnn writintr an opitiion in ev
ery esse. Then they must be
priited, and books on top of
ho. k are Diled no. which the lawyeis
are cempeiled to boy, when perhaps
them are nit more than half adeem
opinions in any one voiume v. un-u o
r,I nne to them. The facts are in no
ao cases alike. Yet, because the
facta are diflei cot tlu e-hoiored prin
doles are aoDlied to them, and a new
ceseH made tip lor tue law nooaa.
ba law does not require opinions to
be written except when a new princt
le is applied. The mi-jortty oi me
rues miuht oe aecioeu irom iiih
bentb. and with the same amount ol
lebnr now expent'ed tho Supreme
Couit miiihtrlo twice or thiee tunes
tbe wotk. No, the charge that the
npreme Judges do not worn is un.
net."
"Whit do vou hear about, the cdu
Imt f r the Governorship 7"
I hear no r ames mentioned except.
thosaol Tatlor. Dibielland Lnouey."
Do vou think it likely uod l.yior
will enter the race?"
I am inclined to think he will. It
was at fiiB. believed be would sot, but
he loves the excitement of politics and
do'i't think he will be able to keep
out." ..
"What nf Gen. D bre 17''
"The only thirg Bfainst him is his
ren dence. NoarU Is in Middle ien
HAMPIjEB OTP FANCY fc IX IXXTITAJO.
With t elf-Mea.arinc Cards, sent by mail on application
ni.uo oy seuuit.a mu vlw w
Von can have a rew se: of ShilU
WRUa' FUR OUR 1'RlCri.
rffiMPfflS STEAM SHIRT FACTORY,
221 SECOND ST.
r writr.i.i.. Proiiri.i
Jt l.t.ii KAIK, lura. J
Hlemphis Steam Laundry,
221 StUUIvxi &Aittx.x.
We have the Latest Imi roved Troy Laundry Company's Machinery.
(OLMUV, C I I FN nntl SIIIUTS I.amulrletl rqtml to X?w.
CALLS AND DELIVERIES FREE. WORK CAN BI! SENT BY MAIL OR EXPRESB.
LACJK C1TKTAI1VW A WPIStTf ATaTY.
XKTO M A H 1 1 Savo YourMonoy
W V ... t .. I Y Imvtng from a tone establish and ro
ll us ii.t titiystu j
1
1 DR. J. BRADFIELD Ji
1 EMALE UEtiULiVTO
TMa fammi. rnmedv most happily uiceta
thedrmand of the "no for woman s peculiar
and multiform afflictions. It is a reined
for WOMAN ONLY, and for one 8eh ;lAL
CLASS of ber direases. It is a specific for
certain diseased oondltlons of the womb.
and proposes to so control ine roonsiruni
Function na to regulate all the derange
nienti and irrexularitiea of Woman
NIISTIILY NK'KNKStsl.
Its proprietor! claim for It no olher medical
proierty; ana io uomit id, imi iUi .ma
medicine does positively possess luob con
trolling and reauiatlng powen Is siinply
to discredit the voluntary testimony of thou
sands ot living wllnosesi wbo are lo-nay
exulting In the restoration to sound health
and happiness.
BRADr IK1.U A)
Female Regulator
Is strictly a vegetable compound, and Is the
product of medical science arid practical ex-
1 ti . ...I .t.n tittitf1t nr
iterienoeitin',," i"." v" ' ,
' HIirl-KKIlvW v0,it
It la the studied prescription nt a learned
pbysician, whose itieoinlty was humam,
and wbose fame became enviable and bound
less boiause Ot UIS wonueriui ...
trcatincttt and cure of fotiiiile c WlA
Til K RKGH LATOK Is the GlUNlb,hl
REMEDY known, and richly deserves its
nam
Woman's Best Friend
Becsuse It controls a class nf functloni the
various dorangoinenla oi which oanse more
111 health than all otnor cause. ii
Ia .i k.. l.m a Innir train ol
artliolions which surely embitter her Ills i and
prematurely end her existence. Oh.
mullltuue til jiviiib " ,
Ill charming etteolal Womas, Uke to your
confidence this
PKMIOI H IlOOss Or HI.AI.iMi
It will relieve you ot nearly all tne com-plain-i
peculiar to your sex. Rely upon it
as your saleguard for health, happinesi and
lu2.f, 1 1?: .ii j...t.t, R.nd for onr treat.
nessee. yoi, know and it aeems to be mR,:,'t.U.ewl'nP
i -I'll v. kh AiiHiBiiiU tiritiuunivii vv
nnrleratnnd that East Tennesaee
name the Governor. I don't know
whether she w 11 care to b charged
no with a candidate who really lives
. r . .... at C1.. III.
in another division oi ine mate, inn
f i iends, though, make the very strong
nn rt. l inh tha Appeal has already
' ... -i
mentioned, tnai mirteen counties u
the district he represtnted for ten
years in Congress lie in East Ten
uurovci a
A glance at his watch reminded
Gen. Lea of train time, and the con
versation, like the canva a must aorae
day, came o an end
Box 28, Atlanta, tin.
!." nomllile lioii, lierc you find the
lariesi assortment nf Pianos. Orns and
evcrythin in the music line, carefully se
lected by the Ihorotuoly pra-unm nnucuiii
,i..ti.nt uroiiriotor . for HKA1. MKKiTonly,
and not for the glamour ot big and prolentioua
tismes. I have rcitiiceu mo prim ai i..".
Musio and Mttilo Hooks as well as of itiy
Pianos and Ormins. and " rcHtly to
place mem ly Ihe alile or llr
ucnla l nny olh-r uintie tet n
romitnre Itieiis. They are lully guaran
teed, and have a long standing end well-
earneil rcvutiinoti tor uurnuiiii j.
t'nuil leer own tairrn-i nnu via.
my store liefiire buying c'sewhere. lou will
find beautiful ISraods, Vpright and rlnuare
Pianos, and also, a number of second hand
Pianos lor sale and for rent.
IlXHOLLENBERG
321 Miiin Miert.
y5'
SOCIETY.
Waloooer-Jolal.
Mr. Lonia Waldauer of Greenville,
Miss., waa married to Miss Llllie Johl,
at the Poplar Street Temple, Sunday
night by Babbl Samfisld, In the pres
ence of an immense throng. A re-
coption was subsequently held at tbe
, , f u A Tkl . 1. . V.. 1,1 n1.
vmin. nrt ni lurs. ,uu iud .iiuvp
mother, at 164 Main street, triends
from Greenville. Miw.. Little Kock,
Louisville and Cineianatl were prot
ent, and congratohtory telegrams
tnlnoramn wero received from all Parts
of the Union. Mr. and Mrs. Waldauer
left yesterday for Greenville, Alius,
wl ih will be their future home. The
bride leavts behind her a he si of
friends who wish herevory happlners,
and will look with plotsure to her re.
return.
M lacrllnncona.
Dr. R H. LisUi ctjubrated his eeven-
tieth biithdav on Sunday, and was
the recipient of numerous pieaents,
accompaoied by moRSHgos of eincere
iropfl Will.
Pnrim was celebrated Sundty night
hy muuh morrv-making among our
Jewish fellow-cit sens. Parties of
msekers went from house to bouse
ami were royally entertained. The
follnwine nehtlemen held reooptions
K. Lowenstein, 155 Heieond etreet;
Henry Frank, 200 Poplar street;
So! Halle, 140 Beennd afreet;
Julius Behr. 240 Washington Btitet;
Kol Coleman, 185 Second etreet;
C. 3.. Danbeiseer. 253 Washington
f traet: Jake Brooks, 135 Second street;
H. Hchloes, 97 Poplar street ; H. Rosen
thal, 1 18 Washington B'reet; Etnil
Levy, 87 Poplar street; Sol Vendig.
118 yy asnington street; r, iiirnu, u
Washington stieet; 8. Brooka, 142
Poplar street; Ike A. Friedman, 200
Adams street ; A. 8. Myers, 137 Sec
ond street: Pol Hesse, 298 Poplar
Btreel; H. idler, 181 StA. afreet:
Marx Bojhwit , 122 Market .ret ami
8. SUigf r, lBfl Oonrt stysel.
TKABFERS.
TNT8Ttot). Canada West, Ont
a, - T. . . llu.ia
jll ansa,, r i."piii.w ,. . ,. ,
(iiia-Your pllli oameall right, and I oan
snv they are a good. bilious pill. 1 nave u
a great many pun. o ;r ;
Lane's Villa, munu'aotured by Kleinlng
Bros., are genuine. And, gcntlottien, you
have my thanai in sending. I gave some ol
those pills to uiy neighbors for a trial. One
of my neighbors got three pills. He laid
Vhey did h.V. him. He felt the next day like
anew man. He wishes u,e to send for fifty
cents' worth for him. Ho. genteiri.n, I will
do all 1 can tn introduce Dr. t5. Mol.ane I
Liver Pllla.manufaotur-d by Fleming Broth
er.. Vour.,wilhr..t..M ll DljaAI(
Fi.ttniNfl Bkiib.1 , ...
Drab Bikb Inclosed you will find one
dollar, for which you will please nd "ie
more or your ur. v. asou-ue .
trust you have race vou tne pay ir
two box-i I ordaied and received. "'
only lay, tnny navy uouo """"-"- :t"
1 oouldexpross, 1 foal muobbetter now than
1 have for twi Ja...rl.. "Jj
West Han'dlake. N. V.
AVOID COFfBTKKra.il-.. nana u
Zc.and we will send you by return mall
x ot the genuine Dr O. Mclane I v e-
i
Kuoa.o. c.." - J .....la
bruted I. ver I'lti- anu enuv ' '.r
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
For lale by retail druggists. Ij
McLane'a Pills you I uy are made Pitts
burgh, Pa, The counterfoils are made at
Sr Vt,... and Wheeling, W Va.
Do you want a puro. bloom
ln(? Coinplflxioii I If so, a
tow fliiiilinititms of Jlaftir8
MAGNOLIA KALU will grat
ify yon to your hcurt's con
tent. It dm array with Hal
lowness, Itotlnpss, rimplofl.
BlotcheH, and all diseases and
Imperfections of tbe nkln. It
overcomes tbe flusbed appear
ance of liCftt, fatlffua ana ex
citement, ltniakesaliidyof
THIRTY tppear but TWEN
TY; and so natural, gradual,
and perrect are im eneci.
that It 1h impoNsible to detect
Its application, jgrrm
artist
Jndlspuled In the BROAD CLAIM of being ttM
IfERY BEST OPERATING,
QUICKEST SELLING,
HANDSOMEST 1ST
Most Perfect Cooking Stovo
i.Elt I'l.At r.tS K MALK.
FOR BALE BY
H. WETTER & CO., Agents,
Meinplila, Tessn.
CURTIS k CO.
MANUFACTURING CO.
T.LOUIS,
817 and 810
M. Second 8
MAirrrrAOTtrntiui o
OA Vff Of BOILERS
SAW MILLS
wooo-woRKiwQ MACH INERY
LOGQERS'&RAFTERS'APPLIANCES
SAW AND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
49- WRITS FOIt CATA1XXJUK. "V
l M. STANLEY,
t. .-j-.-..rI!J..r'-""'v. "" "
LAW HEPOBTS.
i'lrrxslt owrt.
Cases disposed of yesterday: 07,
Gwynne ttso vs Ropors, judgment for
plaintiff by default for5; ll70,Mo
lraw vs Haggerty, judgment for
plaintiff by default fur M ; 8U 5, Far-
reii vs rtgnn, jtitigniKnv iui iJi-'pcivy ,
8945, Becton vs Oruen, plaintiff called
and suit disirnseed.
Anguht Kohlbry to Ilarry Cohn,
part of lot 400, Poplar street, fotween
ITtird ar.d Fourth streets, for 2000.
F. O. Bartliff and wife to w. it.
Jackson, lot 8, Robbins's subdivision
in Seventh Civil District, containing
401 acres, for S 000.
J. M. Taylor ami wife to T. T.
Branch, trustee, to recure J. 8. School
field in the sum of oo, 50J acres in
county.
Francis Quialcy and wife to Mem-
chis Water Company, 1 47-100 acres
north of ritv. for 2IHi 40.
Knsan Duffy ct al. to S. P. Read,
trustee to secure the Wfrkingmnn's
TrnMtee'ai Sale.
. ....... i ,..,.. nnrler
AVintl oeon iumuiii. , , , " " i
t ie lowers ooniainea in iu.
, hv Jurah L. Dent and Oeorge U. Dent,
sonuring the payment of a note lor iow oy
them iiade Hiptember 14. W. due
after date, default having been made In the
payment therool, at tne iei(uosv ui ,u uv...
of said no e, 1 will, on
Mosstlny, April , ll.
. ... t i l. . ik. ..nitia,M.t aorner til
Main and Madison street, in the Tlng
Distriot or Mieioy eoiinty, ieou.. v"
following descrilied Imcts of landt Ihe nrsl
beginning at (Jarr and McLemore corner
on Greer's line; thence salt ll.tp chalni to
Oreer's BK corner i thence north 10 cha ni to
Ureer's NKoornert th.nea east 8 ch.ins to
iradh iw's riB corner: thence soil b i 7
chains to McLemoro and Carr I 8W eorner
of 13-aore entry I thence east 13 sins
thence north 10 ehains to Win. and Oideon
Pillow'i linei thence east thsncs louth
fiu chains! tnencewost 47 W chain, to Carr
...i MrtT.am(i'M linat thenoe north ii.1V
chains to the beginning. containing Ktf acres,
wore or less, it being the same tract of land
conveyed ti Diniel Hughes hy James h.
II
made by
FUNERAL DIRECTOR,
ttO If tullaon HtrsMtt. Jfemphla, Tens
A FULL stock of Wooden sad MetaPla
Casts and Caskets, Burial Robes, eto.,
:;aon Dar.d. Orders by Telesrsi or iai.
eonone Promtiily ttnded to.
so -.-o
li ll! 1 T , ..I,..:,... in .tin I - 1 ... Tin
iJinin nart ....(, Lit Nn. Felts by deed of August li. roooided IB
. " ... uii.r 7.1 j ..;:.:.. '" book
flU, rAIUHl eiUU UIU SattlCJIil i.au, .'fl .
108 feet.
Loaiavlllei I'etMessl.
PKKPASM FOB FLOOD.
Foundations, cellar walls and bnild
ngj subject to overflow should be con
rtrncUd with LonWilie Cement. It ia
the standard.
Jtoudrntr
IS KkMOVKIl PI TFtti CMK OF WHXAlB,
Ami it etinioWes and promote the
growth of the K.:r.
rlnrrjaH'c F.tvrLng: Frfrai-ta avuthe
bMi
" i li. . u . .... . r
. I... I... til nf th Hnrl.nil BurtdlVlSlOU OI
lota, fronting 60 leet on the esst aide of nor
land avenue, and running back, between
parallel lines 170 feet to an alle;.
Also, part of lolvof same subdivision, on
the south boundary liee ol lot HI. oighy (cot
Iroia tbe .outhw.st corner of same, and run
ning sooth at right ansles wiiri said bound
ary line nine foot and six Inches: th a e at
right anglea east sisfen leel .0 aa to run di
recllr over the oent.rcf the mouth of th
ci.l.rn: thence at right angle! nine leel and
ix Inchei to the south boundary 1 ne or "aid
proper", with all inn.r.iv.mon'1 tujre. ti,
and being Uie sau.e property conveyed to J.
K. D Hard, trunee, oy n. n "
re-orded in book lir. paeii., ot the re"ordi
T?rm.,ofTuU-0..h. Till, boll.vel to be
,ood.batI-lMttj. Trwt
AltK Hrill. TBICMPMAIkT.
For II rteen years they hAve lUadily, galmetl
In tsvor, and with sales constantly increas
ing have becone the most ; opular Conetl
throuahout the United
The quality Is WAaa.imcD to m rtca
a. miso as, crdinar, " l'A1
i . . i t.i... ,IABIt th. 44 an a K H gratlel
with F.xtaa Luso Waist, and eanturnii
them whou preferred. w.lA'a
Uigbest Bwurda from all the World I
.re." Fairs. The last medal rjee vd is o
Ftaar Dmaaa or MratT, from the late Kspo
fliion held at New Orl.an.. While
patents have been fennd worhlees, the prin
ciples of tbe Ulove-k itting ba rrov.d in-
"KeTail'tirs are authorised to '.fund money,
II, on examination, these Corset! do o
prove as represented, ro le every
i BlMlocnea free on ipllallej.
1 hotHHin, l.angdon k 'o., Mew YorK
w TTTCT-vm rf tlt.N. voong or old.
;;,?s.t' v 'Itirid tie K lee trie
vJi'f cure every ttage of
r 'Veakaef. of th Kid
A;'J Ire r.r-exuiU System,
:mri ' . T. ,-,iV.hl..l inw era.
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