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Thursday, Fridav and Saturday, March 25.
36, 27, 8iiraj matinee-Tha talented
yeang AmenwA aotreas,
MINNI E MADDER, tf,
In Her Urest New York Sucoess,
"IP ft PIT E OF ALL
Supported jy J hn T. Sullivan and power
ful en it under the r an genientof
AR I II U 11 MlLLbK
Monday, March 2 Jwlltf Mr. Frank
Gray MILTON iiOBLK is "LOVE AND
B iS E-BALL TICKETS
m ill be k-pt on sa'e at CLAPP ft TAYLOR'S
"BOOK STORE throughout the Htion for the
benefit of lhoe who with to avoid the raih
at the office nt thftfx'e
SETTER White and black letter bitch:
both eare black, heturn to O. D. 6., 39
Madison street. nd g' 1 1 3 reward.
2 WHITE COWS ne with rope around
head t& reward forts-ir return to K.
B. BARTON. eesr o-rre. Her, anrtn rout.
.NllUYKIs OK NIOlKN.
MOLFS Oaegrjy horse male, 18 hands
bigb, lame in right front lex: and one
dark sorrel borne mn'e, lb bands high, fore
on right should-r. Li or! reward paid lor
th?ir return to Lei pa Beer Do pot, No. 1S3
FOK SM.V, on IU.NI
STORE III USE. ETO.-At Shelby Station.
Misse'ore hie. aa'oon, stanlee and
BOTgL aitiDT ri BSlBHlD. J? or further lar-
ticnlar apply to J. II. bTAr r OKI),
MUSI' For ball or party maala call on
ALEX TOD .74 Vanoeetre t.
CISTERNS But t and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor or the Sanitary Port
land Cement Hump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone 8M. TU08. C11HB1NH.
MB. TBEZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
LAW, .Vartoe and Commercial Notary
Public, Commissioner of Deeda and U. r).
Commissioner, at the old offioe, No. 3 Madi
son street. COLLECTIONS Hl'KCIALTY.
FOU SALE OB EXCUANUE.
TTtOR M KM PUIS PROPERTY A plants
X tieo in Tallahatchie county, 2 miles
from the eonaty seat, and directly on the
line at the oonteoiDlated railroad from
Yaaoo Citv to Memphis, containing 1000
acres of ' black cane" land, 275 acres of
which are cleared, ills all Dot ton, and aa
aood aa land aeta to bo. Not subieot to
overflow from the Mississippi and l'alla-
hatohie rivers, and not subject to levee tax.
There ara tenant honea (doub a), gin
boase, gtab'es. a'o. Will be aold on fair
terms, nr exohtnged or dosirably-located
Memphis property. Address
J.M. WHIUHT. Ml)., Bnte'vllle.Miss.
KOttll A Mil MO IK I
0OMB AND BOARD Furnished rooms,
with or wuboiit biard, at an Monroe St.
"DOoM Desirable furn'shed room, with
, at 72 Madison aire t.
BOABD With excellent room,
121 ADAMS STREET.
' NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
1 with or without board, at 137 Madison st.
TWO large unfurnished rooms, with or
without beard, at 6tl Madison itreet, cor
ST. JAMES HODSE-Cor. Seennd and Ad
ama ata. Room and board V per week ;
day board, 3 So.
STORE-No. 322 Front stree. Apnlv to
TWO elegant front rooms, furnished or
nninrniihed. Apply at 89 Adama at.
COTTAOKS-Two new cottages, Not. 30
and 30S Had leu avenue, half square
oath of Beate street. Apply to
J. D. MONTKLOSICC. 270 Second st.
LAND 100 acrea near city. Males, wagon
andeorn on place. Apply 32 Madison st.
ROOM Nloely furnished front room,
110 COURT ST.
COTTAGE Of three roems at the termi
nus of Elmwood street car line. Apply
at 3 Union street.
ROOMS Furnished or unfurnished, at 118
Second street. Heferences required.
URNISHED ROOMS-Anply at
117 CUC KT BT.
OOMS Suite of two rooms, unfurnisheti.
-A. w nraoi inrnisovu rwm. win uum u par
tis if desired. Location beat in the city,
family private. Address, with reference,
B. C. Appeal office.
. r : i i . in i J
10TTAQFJ Three rooms, cistern, at 267
weorgia street. Arpiy next room.
ClOTTAQE-No. 414 Lau lerdale, 7 rooms
t in good repair, good cistern t 125 per
month. Apply to No. 8i4 Main street.
2 -STORY trick Residence, B. W. corner
Second and Exchange ata. in firet-elasi
repair) eight rooms. Apply on premises.
I ROOMS En suite, Lee Block, third Door
front. Apply sH No. 4 Madison sr.
CAR-LOAD of good IIORSKS AND
. MARE j ju t received.
w. A. r AlHE.3, 07 union street.
COOKrNQ STOVf-AtNo. 20 Linden St.;
only used two months.
AUTATCHE" Jole Jnrgensen stem-wind,
VV 18k, $'25 hockford stem-wind, 18 k,
t75t Fahi eider atem-wind, 14 k, i'0 ICIxin
and Waltham atom-wind, soiid gold. $20 te
it); Ladies' bolid U"ld Watchea at $8, ill.
125 to $10. Ui-ne' Solid Si ver American
Walchea at $4 to 15. Above wuluhea are all
riood as new. A large line ol Diamonds at
era than cost of importation, and every ar
ticle mid under g "arantee, nt
MUMr-HIS LOAN OFFICE.
74 and 76 Iicale ttrcet.'
CIOW-A fine, fra-h, half-Jersey cow with
calf si 'teen daya old.
W. B. JONKR. 13 ITomanrln st
HORSE, roclaaway and harness. The
horse ie young, sound and gentle: tha
rockawav ia of Owen Lilly'a make, and has
' vnt very little. Johu Lilly, 22
-ween wee. '
A COMPLETE TUFT'S SODA APPA
RATUS Fountains, geterator, etc.. at
HARPM ANN ft BRO.'S. 286 Main st.
I ARE A well-bred Kentucky iaddle
L mare, none better. Inquire at Fao-
tors' Warehou. .outh "-"""nf IFORD.
LIGHT SPRING WAGON And harness,
cheap. Apply at No 183 Conrt street.
CEDAR KESCINO P08TS-Ft,r sale by
v.. R. LARKIN, LarklnsVllle, Ala.
TOCK OF GROCERIES Alto FIXTURES.
Addrr A. B. U. Appeal ottice.
THE "STREET BLOCK"-Covering live
three-story brick dwelling-houses, Not.
38. 41,41. 43 and 45, on Poplar atreet, be
tween Main and Second slreeu. Apply to
J. M. BRINKLKY,
Boom 3 Cvtina Exchange Building,
or JAMKH L. GOODLOK, 38 Madison st.
J A C) K ( will purchase a new, hand
Zt ZnJJ tome, two-story Queen Anne
house, re- mt, with 'ront, side and back
porohca; cistern , stable, wood and ooal
abeda, corner lot, 146x188 feet, nicely graded
and fenced, 20-foot alloy In rear, adjoining
State Female College. To-ms t&D cash,
balance $.15 per month. Will be completed
about April 1st. Address T. A. LAMB or J.
H. BARTON, W MadLon street. OSee
hours, 2 to 4 p.m.
ORSB AND MULE Good horse and
male, verv cheat,. A no) vat corner of
Third and Mill streets, Chclrea.
FV RN ITURK-t-Coroplets set of household
furniture, alraoat new, at a bargain to
oaah purchaser j mnst be sold at once. Apply
to J. A. BALDWIN. 2M Main st.
FINE PAYING HOTEL BUSINESS-Bit-nated
In ane cf the live st towna in the
South. Dnea a business of over $1000 per
month. Bar can be added lo the business,
if desired. For term, address
J. p. js., cox iwl, aieriatan, ms,
AT NEWPORT NEWS, VA.-1000 lots,5tO
faet water fro 1 1, 4C feet deep. For lull
inlormation address WM. A. DEAN,
47 Lexington street, Baltimore, Md.
'-"? HEAD MULES AND HORSES- For
l-aaaesswO iyable September 15, 1886,
t- security. ,
ORSB A sate, reliable family buggy
horse one well known to the citisent
.f Memphis. Appry at ths , lively stable of
THS Otb'tlEN ISLAND-In sight of
Memphis ; VM seres, of which about 3wo
cleared end very rich land. A bargain can
be seenred by W'feBVBtTA1 k c0.
TUMMKoean olAlB Cfcti I llCAIKt-a-
aivak an and all ilrnx to tha
ttat 0VE&T0S ft flRoSVKNOB.
U r Is sal
This powder never varies. A marvel ol
purity, streugth and whol'.omeness. More
economical than the ord'ii.ir; kluds. and
einnot be sold In eouneti!ion Kh the
multitude ot low test, short xoikhtaluir or
phosphate powders. "H o'ip icn. Koial
Bll'un Pnwnva On., tin Wntl . .N.wVrcV.
r'OK SALE OR KEN I
RESirENCK-Two-tory frame. 301 Pon
totoc st., six rroms, balh ard servants'
room; large rhady yard nnd fruit trees.
Terms eay. Call at office of Dr. Lipsoomb,
250 Second st .or at bisres;dcneo.3ti2 Miasar.
FARMS-Several One farms In Arkansas
snd Mississippi on very easy terms and
low prices. Adiress
H.J. M AHTTN. Memphis, Tenn.
IGRETessh prices paid for old and new
FEATHERS at 411 Main stroet.
PARTNER-Wlth $2000 to $'i"00, to take
ohe-se of a very staple, sale and profita
ble business. ii L., t is office.
N experienced Solicitor, with references.
New York let a ore, 6ft Main st.
EVERY ONE In need of a bard, smooth,
durable and waterproof pavement or
floor, examine WATSON'S BITUMEN CON
CRKfK. Telephone :I8.
LL THOSE having damp, unwholesome
cellars to telepti ne
HITS GIRL For bnuaework: refer
ences required, at .578 Adams atreet.
SITUATION To attend horses, otc.: I un
derstand the business; csn giv,- good ref
erences; J. 11 , this office.
A CHRISTIAN MAN OR WOMAN in this
city to loan a Christian man fifty aol
lars, for thirty .lays, on n pledge worth seventy-five
dollars (jeweler's ostiinate), to ena
ble biin to send his wife awuy for her health,
by horphysieian's advice. Add'rsa
ij v nuiu. mis onice
ITIVERYBODY-To call and see the cole
li bratid Gypsy ClaitToyant, at 177 Third
street, near roptar
G1 ARDENER A good sle idy rosn who uo,
Tderstnnds gardening. Apply 85 Madison.
TU DENTS To learn telegrap'-y, at Tele
graph penool, cor. Main and Poplar sts.
Kf EXPEKIE.,CED STAVE-MAKERS
0i At once. Apply to 'E0. W. LEAK
NARD, Arkansas City. Ark
LADY AGENTS For Mrs. Campbell's
New "Tilter" a filter, bustle, hoop
skirl and underskirt comb nod. Hoops can
be removed snd skirt laundried. Adjusta
ble to any sise. Very fashionable, and sells
for $2 to every w.ll drtasd lady as soon as
shown. Agents double their money. Also
a full line of Lew furnishing goods for ladies
and cMldron. Address, with stamp, K 11.
CAMPBELL ft CO , 481 West Randolph
street, ChicagOi III.
CIOOK-Whlte or colored Apply to
J. D. m'IGLEV, 2!t Front st.
FIRST-CLASH MILKER Who is willing
to asist with other Inrm work. Best
reference required. Address
MVERXft WALTER. L ila Station. Mis'.
t SITUATION By a young man as salesman
5 or accountant. Book keeper of ft years'
experience ia gem ral mdse. business. 1 year
wholesale boot and shoe business. Ref-rence
given. Address ' J. S , Appeal ofBca.
EXPEKIBNCED AGENTS-And corre
spondents for nsw business. Positions
permanent. Salary or commission. Writ
NATIONAL ECONOMIST. Chicago, HI
3FIRST-CLA88"DRY O00D8 MEN-Ap-ply
this morning at Gaston's Hotel,
room 30, between V and 10 o'clock.
BOARDERS At 140 Madison; nice rooms,
good fare; transients accommodated.
AGENTS In every section of the country
for two New Books, just ready. Special
Tains to men of experience capable of fill
ing a large territory. Stale eiperienoe, age
and territory wanted. CAbSKLL ft CO.
(limited), 822 Broadway, N. V., and 40 Dear
born s'ret, Chicago.
SALESMEN In every State in the II ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
Specialties thatare popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or In connection
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
PRICE MANUFG. CO., BALTIMORE, MD.
TNFORMATION NoRTON C. WILLAKD
X can hear of something to his advantage
by co responding with his brother,
Prescott, Ontario, Canada.
SITUATION-Mr. Ann B. Rolhroe. chal
lenge carpet-maker of the United States,
wants a situation. No objection to leaving
the city. Apply at this office.
AN HONEST i LUNG MAN For a per
manent posit on. with an old established
firm, aa their representee, in his own State,
fcalury to begin, 170 ner month. References
exacted. AM. MANUFACTURING HOUSE,
14 Barclnyst-ect. N. .
AGENTS For the best article ever pro
duced; costly outfit free; po peddling
and no money required until sales are made
and goods delivered. For particular and
tertrig a"drej ft, tl, Friedman ft Co., Mar-
iYVSfS MEN Young and old, to bring
1UUU their Old Clothes to Rosens-'
B' have them renvYt?4; 284"Kain
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MEIPmS DAILY APPEAL---WEPXESDAY, MARCH 21, J8SG.
TL TO TOREK.
CRUSHING DEFEAT OF XEHPULS
BT THE NASHVILLE NINE.
First Uame In the New Tark ia
the Presence ot a Bif
Seven hundred reotle went ont to
the baseball grounds yeFterday to see
the opening ilDe el the Iical u awe
ball seat o t between the Nawhviile and
the Memphis nines. The new grounds
are admirably adapted to tbe Bport,
and the smooth and level an face of
its diamond must ba the tonrce o(
keen delight to the players accus
tomed to hunt tbe ball on the nneven
and gt aea-coverf d surface ol last
year's ba 1 park.
The general Bentiment of tboee
who went out to witma the gsme
waj that the brnid nine would be da
fdated, but a ievr credulous peisons
persuaded themselves that either by
tacit fTt-irrapgemenl, or by tbe in
tetveution of a mirat-ie, Mftnphia
might gtt away w.H the frame,
and confident in that belief
they put np their ehtkels only to have
them quickly scooped in by those who
never peiruit locul pride t? interfere
with their rober jutltjment. It is pet
haps fortunate tuat these exhibit ion
games, which do not count in the con
test for the League chauipionehip, Lave
been introduced. 1 hey furnish a safe
and reliable tett o! tbe relitive
strength of the League nines, and
they may poea bly serve to open
the eyes cf the apparently putblind
managers of the Memphis nine to the
fact that bag lonf beeo patent to out
sidetr, ttut tbe b&t'eries they have en
gaged to represent Memphis in league
contests are ntteriy below the
level of mediocrity, and do cot
stand ghost of show btfore such
sluggers as Ntuhville, Atlanta, Savan
nah and Charleston can bring to the
front There ia no use taking refuge
behind lame apologies, and endeavor
ing to excufo defeat by alleging this
or that prtt'it in extenuation of the
poor showing made yesterday. The
fact remains tt?at we havo one
pit:her who Las been tried and
found wanting, another who has
been cast off by Natdiville and a th rd
of whom nothing ia known, but who
will occupy the box to-day and of
whom (treat thiniia are predicted. It
is said that he is a left-handed pitcher
and that hut one earnod run was made
off his pitching in Nat hville tbe tth r
day. kreuraeyer will support him
behind the bat. He is a good catcher
aim may be relied on to hold np
his end of tbe line skilfully.
We would not adviee our reader to
be too sanguine of the result. Tbe
game yesteiday opened fairly enough
and gave promise of better things
than were realized. Ntn'avtlle was
fi rat at the bat, but failed to score,
Tbe inning was marked by
goad fielding, notably by a clever
throw of Black's from left Held,
cutting off Marr at borne
plate. Black, of the home nine, sent
a long My to left field and was caught
out by tioldsby. Ijtvitt hit to third
base and made first on a Hi tiff by Ilil
lery. Andrews struck out. I-uvin
makes second on passed ball. Hneed
sends easy rly to centre field and re
tires the side.
The second inning was character
ized by the unmerciful slugging of the
home pitcher. Sowders took his base
on balls. Beard made a two
bapger, sending Sowders to third.
O'liren hit safe to center field, bring
ing in Beard and Sowders. Bittman
mbs retired at first. Karle was hit by
pitcher anil took first bast!. Brynan
hits safe to rieht field, O'Brien scoring,
and Karle making third. Marr hits to
pitcher who fields the ball home, re
tiring Karle. Goldsby hits safe over
third base, bringing in taarr and Bry
nan and making second. Hillery
sends fly to left field and is
fielded out by Black. FiiHsel
bacb struck out. 1'helan made
safe hit to left field for one base, 1'he
lan steals second and t hird bases amid
great enthusiasm. Whithead steals
second. Colgan fouls McElroy nt bat,
Phelan caught out trying to steal
home. This loft the game 5 to 0 in
favor of Nashville, ana the hopes of
the backers of the home nine
wink deep in their boots. What
followed is hardly worthy of
description. The Nashville sludgers
kept the home team busy hunting
leather, while the latter could do
nothing with B ynan's ballR. Wo re
gard him as a superior pitcher, and
probably the best in the Nashville
nine. Nothing eventful occurred
after this until the fifth inning, when
Whitehead of the Memphis nine
awoke tho crowd from the torpor
into which it had Mica to
a condition of wild en
thusiasm by knecktria- a bail safe to
left li!d for thr $ buses'. Tho local
uiiie was creutieu wiiu ,wo tuns i,
this inning. Nashville scored 3 ia
the sixth inning a"d 2 in tho n'ith,
soeMaLornfe tmhs ue old re
liable, Bowders. Moh'.'pliis, not to be
outdone, alto scored a hems run, An
drews lifting a ball very prettily ovor
the right dell fence. Manager Sneedl
ninth inning, but the change was not:
No official score was iept, av.d no
is herewith giveu. The game was un
worthy of it. To sum np the playing
it is bat just to say that the local nine
is almost perfect in it infield and fair
in its outfield, that Fusselbaxh is the
best short stop we ever had, and, that
Whitehead not not only covers third
base well, bnt promises to develop into
ture batter. All we need is one or
more good pitchers to back np onr
fielders, and it is doubtful whttber
they can be procured at this stage of
the season. Tbe golden oppor
tunity has slipped by, . tbe
best availaUa pitchers have been
signed and Memphis will be f irfunate
if by some happy chance she contrives
to get hold of a man who can keep
the heavy batters of the Southern
League within reasonable bound.
Tbe errors of latt season do net seem
to have broneht with them any useful
leseon, and Memphis bids fair to wind
np at the tail ead of the league, as
she did last year. The following is
the tatting order for to-day :
Black, left field, Marr, center Held,
Lavin, center field, Onldsby, left field,
Andrews, 1st base, Hillery, 3d base,
Sneed. right field, Sowders, right field,
Fusselbach, shortstop, Hoard, short stop,
Phelan, 2d base, O'Brien, 1st base.
Whitehead, 3d base, Bittman, 2d base,
Krehmeyer, catcher, Karle, citcher.
McKlroy, pitcher. Smith, pitcher,
Good Hmwkievxng : loo much ea
not be said against the cruelty of fore-"
ing children s leet into snort and narrow-toed
shoes. A man in a latge and
fashionable shoe store said that he
sometimes used all his strength, that of
a well developed man, to force large
feet bit small shoes for grown folks,
but when he was reques ed by mothers
to put shoes too small on children,
he objected. Many children, before
they are ten1 years old, have incipient
I corns, bunions and callous. caused
! by the foolish pride or carelessness on
the part ol me uiouiers. Many do
not know that if a child's foot is al
lowed to develop naturally, when
fully develoHd it can wear with ease
a much smaller shoe than when
crowded buck and forced out of shape
while growing so fast. The foot is part
of the body that completes its growth
early. 1 he siie of the feet of a
growing boy are sometimes nota ly
large, when the rest bis body htm fin
ished its growth the feet art; propor
tionate. If a growing foot is crowded
into short shoes, the toes are pushed
hack and Ihh-oiiio thii k at the ends.
They are pressed up against the top
of the Bhoe and corns are made. They
are enlarged at tho great and little toe
joints, causing bunions, which are
more painful than corns. Narrow
toed shoes cause hipping of the toes,
callouses, and corns, especially
on the side of the large toe
and under the widest part of the
foot ; ingrowing toenails are also
produced. Corns can not bo cured so
long as pressure is on them. This must
first be removed. A man who Buffer
ed terribly with corns said he would
do anything to cure them. His friend
said, "You are going up into the
mountains; go barefooted this sum
mer." He did so, and his feet were
entirely cured. Another cut the tops
of the shoes awny, leaving the soles
and the leather buck pf the toe joints
and toes. .
Mil. JAMES ('ARISEN ON
NAVIOB" AT IIIK
Flrat Baptlut i"hnrrk-A Larcc An
dlenee stud an Inlereatlnit
Mr. James Carden lectured Wt
night at tbe First Baptist, eh nrch be
fore an audience of which hi has res
ion to be proud, far more refined,
snteiligest ind cultured sudenie
never st.befors a lrcinrer in this city.
Mr. Carden was introduced by Mr.
J. M. Kesttng, who referred briifly to
the JeUarei'a caicrr on tho st3ge and
his reputation as aa eliicuiionis', Mr.
Carden then advanced, and aunc on ed
bis subject ."Out Savior," and b. gm
In clesr rit giug, mclodi'MU tones, an
e'oqueat: diwiowo upin a pubume
themtvATr.'UiVJcn has tcnadviin'sge
of most lucturerj iu the poWs.oi t,f
a dramatic mannrr, aid-d by such ski 1
as an elccutioaist as twenty jein of
study t.d , t'fli'.ii'.ig ' and practice
is ture -to ieult in. His sub-j-ct
matter - was a series tf
glowing pict'trfH, ekrt'licd with a
a mater 1 ami tnd interpretel with
rare eflt titeae?s. While Mr. Carden
dots not lay claim t grta', originslity
of thou :bt, ho is, ti lesnt, ertiilad to
this dittinutiou, tuat iiiff l intny-devel-oped
elccutioitnt tflcnti enable hiru
t) recite evsn futoiliar pastagetf of
Scripture with a power of ex
preseion and a gratia ol mannnr
that impresses the hearr in sj i e
of hinisolf. 'l'nliiit orators may learn
a Icshoh from Jlr. Carden well worth
their learning. It would startle them
to see the sometimes thrilling effects
he produced by the recital of language
that in ordinary months fails to cause
even a ripple of emotion.
Mr. (.'anion's lecture was never
tame, often singularly impressive, and
at times replete with gems of match
less word painting. While he ad
vanced no new ideas, Im gave new
light and color to old . ones, and his
admirable, delivery seemed to have
carried the audience with him through
nearly two hours of constant speech
without any notable decline of atten
tion on their part. - Ihis is in itself
remarkable, and a high tribute to the
lecturer's power and eloquence.
To-morrow night he lectures again.
His subject' will be "St. Paul," by
many considered ' his ' best effort.
Those who enjoy an ably-written
lecture, admirably delivered, should
not fail o hear him.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Sacramento, Ca).( March, i 8& Gov.
Stoneman has appointed Geo. Hearst
United States Witof vice John K.
Miller, deceased. ', ' - '
Dover, N. II', Mtrch 23. An $8500
shortage was to-day discovered in the
accounts of City Treasurer Franklin
Freeman, who died two weeks ago.'
.Bitusbiirg, Pa.. March 23. b an
explosion of a boiler lit the Hfttnglo
iiiill of K. 8. Hovt, one? nii)6 from
Tionesta, at J o'clock this anernnon,
three persons were, badly scAlded.
Trenton, N. J March :!. West's
cracker bakery and the iiiladelpliia
Plush Conipanv's btuldJSig in Cham-
bcrsbitrK were destroy-?! by fire this
evening, ixtss, )'Ki,W"j; insurance,
$ 10,01 10. - . j
DesMoiute. 'Ia.rJjicb 23.-The
House nsrsficd a bf to abolish Circuit
tajcts. it tlivle:i tlie BUit) luto Mte
ten jutiicialrtliatricts with forty-threa
K'.0i.;i'n T,.r i f (it.,,1, . Ol f.,1
.Bjjg i' tin i t i' vj aviisii)! jiaa ana' irt i'i,
A. K. McClure, editor of the Philiwlel-
hia Tinut, and (iitrty, arrived in the
city last night. The party visited
Mrs. President Polk this morning, and
were tendered a, brilliant reception
Louisville, Ky:, March 2.1. Tho
Hon. Henry Watterson and Mrs. Wat
terson started last night for Old Point
Comfort. Mr. Watterson has been
steadily improving for two weeks, but
on the advice of his physician a
change of air was regarded necessary,
and this trip was ordered.
Pittsburg,, Pa., March 23.-8ix Hun
garian miners were arrested at Wul
ston mines, near Punxsutawney, on
Monday, and committed to jail
charged- with unlawful assembly.
Their crime consisted in going inio
the mines to work after having made
a demand for an advance in wages.
New York, March 23. Tho presi
dents of the anthracite coal companies
met at Mr1, J. Pierrepont Morgan's
house in tin's city lust evening, and
after a sessidn lasting until 2 o'clock
this mornit,', unanimously agreed
that the total output of coal this year
should not! exceed 33,500,000 tons;
also, that the output for April should
not exceed 2.00(1,000 tons and that
prices should be advanced 25 cents to
day., .,- u . '
Chicago, 111., March 23. The sec
ond week of the Until German opera
at the Columbia Theater opened much
more auspiciously.' Goldmark's urm
of fihsbt was Tirodnccd, In spito of ru
mors ol an injunction, before a very
large acdience. The tfast, as to prin
cipals, With one unimportant excep
tion, waft the same us at tho Metropol
itan Opetn-House, in New York. It
is understood that a movement is on
I'oot to tender the company a monster
benefit HaUtrday evening.
tJ.rmpBOrtb'a perfnine, Edenls.
Lundborr's perfume, Alpine Violet.
I.undborg's per urns, Lily cf the
Ltandborg's perfume, Martha' Niel
AN OPEX qiESIiOI
TARIOl'S YIEWS KKIURDINO
THE FEES OF THE TRlSTrE.
Tbe Preblin, At'erneyaid Chulr
man and tha im an(!!dates
en th Qaestlon.
The reason given by Gen. Vaughn
for his will drawal from the race for
Trustee was a leading topic of discus
sion yesterday. There was a lifting of
eyebrows and a shrugging of shoul
ders among the knowing ones, and a
simple, unaffected expression of sur
prise among thoso who followed the
popular impression that the oliice was
a big fat om
balrniaai Mana birr.
A representative of the Aitkai.
called at the office of ha niiun
HlHughter, if the County Court, to
get his views, but found that gentle
man alwent on a business trip to Gib
son county. His clcr-, Mr. Cross,
was asked if Chairman Slaughter had
said anything about tbe nutter In-fore
his departure. He said it hud been
talked of in the office to some extent.
Mr. A. J. Harris, the present
trustee, remarked to the Chair
man, during the course of their
conversation, t. Cross mid, that
if J lie limiting clause wus to be con
strued literally and so enforced, ho
would resign his office nt once. Mr.
Cross mid that Mr. Harris was being
paid at the rate fixed by law, no at ten
tion being paid to tho restricting
President I bidden wss found at the
old City Hall, und in answer to ones
tions, said the secretary was making
up a statement of tlio amount paid
the Trustc, which would be handed
the City Attorney. He had no idea
how much the city had paid. He
would await the decision of Judge
Walker. It would be time enough
to decide then what the city
would do. He did not know whether
or not tho Trustee had been paid too
much but, if he had, supposed a set
tlement would be promptly made. It
did not appear to him that there
would be any lawsuit. Judge Walk
er s conclusion might sustain the
The 'Hy Attorney.
Judge Walker, the" City Attorney,
wat found at hia tffic.e. He (aid lie
dropped the investigation as conn aa
he saw General Vau(i ban's card of
withdrawal, as it was lirgely on his
account tbat he brgan it. He would
not take up the question this month,
as he Lad a 1 ue could do
In the back-tax mitter, the
law 1 m ting the time in which
suite could be brought to March lil it.
There e inld be no doubt, he added, in
the mind of ar y man who would read
the clause quoted yesterday, and that
aloue, ttat the right of the Trustee to
collect more than $5000 a year was
questionable. Bat U might be that
there wra ether laws btaring on the
point which would sustain the Trustee
in the course he had been pursu'ng.
As to tbat be could not say until
he had carefully gone over the whole
ground. That the L?gil-tu e meant
to allow the trustee only $."000 for col
lecting all the Biate, county and muni
cipal taxes cf a great city like Mem
phis and pay all bis own expenses ont
of that amount he did not believe.
Btill, if it should be thown before a
court that such was tbe actual wording
of the law, it must be so declared in
spite of tbe equities in the case.
What Trna tea llarrla Bay a.
An Amu l reporter yesterday met
Mr. A. J. Harris, Cjunty Tiuatee, snd
asked him if he had read the article in
Tuesday's Appsul regarding the coun
ty trusteeship, snd tbe reasons which
induced Gen. Vsughn to withdraw
from the race. Mr. Harris replied
that be bad, and in answer to the
question whether be had anything to
tay on the subject, said he bad not,
"This question, then, will have no
effect on your plans?" ssked tbe re
porter. "Oh, no," replied Mr. Harris, "I
knew tbe law governing the points in
"Yob will not withdraw from the
race, then ?"
"Certainly not. I shall remain in
the race, and will do my ntmoet to be
elected. I don't believe I have any
thing further to say." And, bidding
the reporter gold evening, Mr. Harris
took his departure.
Mr. J. M. Bradley.
Mr. John M. Bradley, who was
f mnd bard at work in his office, was
aiked what e'Tect the ruraius given by
Gen. Vaughaa for withdrawal would
have on him.
"Not the least in the world," be
said, smiling. "I can itiathe cflice as
cheaply as an; man csn. I am in the
race to stay roue lor flection,
FITK TIM KM MAKjCiiU).
A Pretty Mill Woman's Varied
Nswpobt, R. I., Varch 21. An ex
traordinary case cf bigamy has been
developed here, the first arrest being
nude last night in the perron of James
McMabon. The porson charged with
bigamy is s young woman of most
respectable parentage, tihe is an
exceedingly Intsrrsting person, beau
tiful and accomplished. Her name
originally was A net's Lee Wright,
her parents residing in Jamestown.
She first married a well-to-do man
Alonso Teflfr from whom she was
subsequently divorced. Next she
married a farmer named Hall, who
owned property in Jamestown
and in Narragansett. Mr. and
Mrs. Hall did Mot live happily,
snd a sepatatldn took . place
but no divorce proceedings were fend.
Some time ago she met a young man
named James McMaho's, whose father
is a city contractor. Mr. McMabon
claims that be did not knnw bis wife's
status before his marriage to her, but
there is evidence that he did after
ward', because he was informed ot all
the cirenm8tanc.es. On the 18tb ul
timo McMahon applied for and oh
inined a marriage license, snd
the cc-aple were married, by Rev. Mr.
Clark, pailor of the Thames Street
Methodist Church. When, this fact
was discovered by Mr. McMsbon, the
elder, he was very indfgntnt and he
made application to the chief ot police
for a warrant tor the pretty woman to
be arrested, on a chatgs of bigamy.
The chief declined, but subsequently
filaced the matter before the grand
urv and the result of the e'der
McMaboo's stir in the affair is tbat
not only 'has an indictment
charging bigamy 'been found against
Mrs. Hall, bat one charging adultery
was found sgainet h'.s own son. This
he evidently did not expect. Yourg
McMshon was srresteu last nigtt
Meanwhile Mrs. Hall has gone to Fall
River. The ease Is exciting consider
able talk.. The police officials have
received information to warrant thtir
belief tbat Mrs. Hall has two other
husbands living, besides those mentioned.
HAMri-sEM OI 3F"-A-ISTOY BHIIITINO.
With relf-Moasariat: Cards, sent by mail on application. Yon can have a pew set of Shirts
made by sendlug us an old one to measure by. WKlriS r'Ull OU'R PHlCktJ.
MEMPHIS STEAM SHIRT FACTORY,
r. 'A WPHri.1.. Prnnrle-l
Jts-M K.lK. lore, f
Memphis Steam Laundry,
224 SECOND STREET.
We have the Lated lull roved Troy Laundry Company's Machinery.
OIXl.IV, (TTFFN nntl SIIIUTS l.nimtlricil Equal to -ew.
CALLS AND DELIVERIKS 1RKK. WORK CAN Hi: SKNT DY MAIL OR EXPRESS.
IjA12 aiHTHiN A SPECIALTY.
H1MDGINU THE U1VKK.
A OWI'4NY t'OlltfllS TO Ml'
Tllli H I statists, I .
Krw etud Important Keiuphla S ou.
nort Ion-Nont hern Hallroad
It will not require a very great
stretch of memory to call to mind the
lime when the bridging of the Missis
sippi at this point was believed lo ba
among the impossibilities, and it is
but a very shoit time since it was be
l eved;to be extremely improbable. Tbe
indications now are, however, that a
bridge will be built. A few weeks
since Mr. A. P. Boiler, an engineer of
considerable reputation, rams here to
make surveys for a bridge, and was
interviewed by the ArriAL nprntbe
day of his arrival. Yestordav he, in
company with M easts. H. K. Dlm
mock, Chrbtonhor Baldwin, Waltitou
II. Brewer, J. M. 1-pvean, J. C. Noely,
L. B. McFarland, W. F. Taylor, J. S.
Dunscomb and John Oveiton, jr.,
filed an apidicatlon for a cba t,-r for
tbe Memphis Btidge Company, hav
ing in view the building of a biidgo
across the river. Several of the gen
tlemen iul riwed fael confident it
will be built;
A Near Appointment.
Mr. Ben Wilton bns been appointed
genetal f 'fight and passenger agent
ot the Memphis, Sslma and Bruns
wick Railroad Company, vice Mr.
James 8. Davant, resigned. Appoint
ment to lake etl'-tct April 1st.
A New HrniBtsiB Connection.
Tus Kansas and Memphis Rtilroad
Company, Wichita, Kas. A charter
has been gi anted to this company,
with a capital stock of 112.000,000.
Tbe road is designed to run from a
point on the Mississippi river, in Crit
tenden county. Ark., in a northwest
erly direction through the counties of
Crittenden, Ht. Francis, 1'oinrmlt, Cross,
Woodruff, Jackson, White, Prairies,
Lonoke, Pulaski, Independence, Htone,
Van Buien, Searcy. Pope, Johnson,
Franklin, Newton, Madiion, Washing
ton and Benton, with a spur lo Little
Rock; i hence through the Indian Ter
ritory, by way of Vinita, to Kansas,
and on through tbe counties of La
bette, Montgomery, Chautinqua, Elk,
Greenwood. Butler, Bedgwick, Harvey,
Marion, Mcl'herson. Padne, Kllswortn,
Lincoln, Russell, Osborne, Kllls.Uooks,
Graham, Phillips, Notion, Decatur,
Hberidan, Rawlins, Cheyenne, Thomas
and Sherman, to the north line ol the
Htate, 700 miles in all. The Directors
are: O. M. Condon, R. T. Hharp, L. J.
Grain, K. T. Read and O. T. Carpenter
of Oswe.o, and John D. Perry and fc.
E. Hoffman of Ht. Louis. The corpo
ration is to exist nntil February 111,
2:180, with principal headquarters at
The Chattancojra 7Vifsmnn' Aiuil
tan has the following list of projected
A company is being organized to
build a railroad from Memphis, Tenn.,
via Nashville, Tenn., to Htanntun, Va.
A line is contemplated being bn ll
from Roanoke, Va., to Mirtinsvillu,
Cleveland and Ducktown Hallroad
Campiiny, Clevelnnd, Tenn., aro bav
ins proposed line snrveved.
Tho Kansas City, Hprlngfljld, Mem
phis and Gulf railroad has been or
gaulaid at Kansas City. Mo.
A now railroad will l built from
Iexlugton, Ky., throngh t!.e towas cf
Versailles, Lawrincabur.-. Birditown.
Elitubettitown, Hardinsburg, 0ens-
boro, Ky., and will cross the Ohio
river a. Henderson. Ky.
Nanticoke and Wicomico Railroad
Company, Nanticoke, Md,, has beeu
organized to build a road (torn Nanti
coke to Wicomico, Md.
The Washington City and Bladens
burg Railroad Company will build a
road from Washington, D. C, to Bla
densburg, Md. rat tics interested sre
W. II. Krear, James N. Tucker.
George A. Arms, Marion Dnckett and
George F. Bto'.avt Bladensburg, Md.
A syndicate cfVtw York capitalists
contemplate bnilirhag a road from
Richmond, Va , to ISiw Orleans, La.
Green Pond, Waterbrftoaad Branch
Ville Railroad Compauy, OrsPond,
8. C, has been orgauizsd. '
Appomattox, Rstl House had Hot
Creek Railroad Cntupniy, Appomaltox
Court-House, ban beeu organized.
The Louisiana, Arkansas and Fort
Scott Railroad Company will construct
a lice from Fort Hcott, Kan. soutbpatt
acrors Arkansas tj BaUrop, La. Col.
Ii. L. Bush of Ijinratter, Pa. : U. R. M.
Whitman of Philadelphia, Pa.; A. A.
Harris and Gen. Jchn U. Rice of Fort
Hcitt, Kan., and otheis, are tbe parties
The Fast Tennessee, Virginia! and
Georgia Railroad Company, Knoxville,
Tenn., contemplate extending line
from Chattanooga, Tenn., around Mis
Tbe Texas and IV-iflo Rillioad Is to
be extended fniie Abilene, Tex, t4
Tni Comptroller's report of tbe
value ef railroaJu in Tanneiesee shows
the total mlleairfl 2,ln,t.82, total as
sessed vslue, f31,547,82 01.
The Committee on Oommorceof the
House hsve favorably reported on Mr.
Forney's bill t authorize the Talla
dega and Coosa Valley Railroad Com
pany of Alabama to erect a bridge
across tbe Ccosa river, Alabama, sub
ject to such p ana as may meet the ap
probation of the Secretary of War.
Dyeing and Cleaning;.
Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers snd lace curtains by
Louis Reigel.58 Jafferaon street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods received by express.
BT M1IL FOK
221 ISECOSD ST.
-' fit I. PHIZK, S7.t,ooo.-ta
I Ttrkota only SV Mhaist In
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
t W do Ittrthy eerlty that mv $pr9 f4
nrranveweil9 Jor all th Monthly aud Qur
tor lb-awing of th LonimMna Stat Loiter
C?mpaN. ami in ptrrton manac and control
th ilrTi t!pt thtwttelw, and that tho
ar oontincUd tiM hontaty, aim and in
good fat toward all r m ti, and m mnthoriM
th r-ompanv to u th orrUtcat with fao
ttmiU of onr ionntr attach", im U ad"
HV, th undvtind Bank and Banhr
trili pity all 'ruM dntm n Tho lMiianm
Stat Lottrit which Miiy Oe yesifcl at oar
J. II MJI.t.Stny,lre I.st. Wal'l Bank.
H. II. KKNNKDY, PrrakNtnteNskl'l Ilk
A. HALItWIN, I'rsw. V. . Mat. Hh.
In- rpcratedln lStidfor twanty-Sve years
by iu uaaialatnre tor Kducatiooal and
Ctarltuble pni voses with a otpital of II,
lSi,iH to which a reserve fund i over
Ui baa since been added.
lly an overwhelming ponulai vote Its
francblre war niadeapart ol the present Hta'a
('institution, adopted December Ud, A.D.
fas only Lottery tttr tMtsel on ami tadWasd
6v fas psof'fe uf aay jTale.
It NciMr scpjIm or fiosrpoiass.
Its Jr.nINIUKl Number lrawluga
toko stlri nsouShly, nnal lhf sa
Iraortllnatry llrsKlnsa rratnlnrly sr
rry three snonslso Inafoad er tarsnl
Annnstlly s;hrlole)rl hrsjlnnlna
A St PI. F.1H IU l OPPORTI'NITT TO
WIN A 'WHII'NK. FOURTH URAND
DRAWING, ChASH l, IM TIIK ACADKMY
OK MUMU, NKWOKLKANH, 1UKHDAY,
April IS.ISSU-IUIat Monthly Drawing.
CIAl'ITAL PKIZi:. H75-01MI.
100,000 Tlrkela at Plvo Dollnrej Kntili,
I'rawllona, In fill he, 1st
L18T Of PRIZKd.
. Capital prlte I Tfi.Ota)
1 uapitai prise
1 Capital prise
fi Prises of 1IIXK1
111 Prises of 1INN)
Uti) I'rlses v
Nsl Prises o
1U00 Priaea ol
Approximation prises of I7IWI fl.TTO
Approilmation prieea of MJ t.VO
9 Approxiinatioa prises uf 4-0 -,2f0
IWiT Prises, amoqntlngto tW,90
Applioillon tor rates to elubs should ba
mads oinytothe olfioe of tbe Oompanyln
For further Information write clearly,
glvius full address. POSsrALBIorKM, Ka-
riress Money Orders, or Nsw York Kichaoge
n ordinary letter. Onrreney by f.ipresj tall
soma of 16 aad apward at our expense),
X. A. DAVPHISJ,
Slow Wrlvaaa, La.
or m. A. strrnin,
Washlasloa D. C,
r at Wot l ours ft., Hosnphla, 1 east
SlaVn I. O. Money Orders parable
al address Registered letters to
NKW SSHI.KANN NATIONAL HaltK,
Now Slrloiana, (.at.
DISEASE CURED WITHOUT MEDICINE.
Tothwulrk and dohlHtnteMl who oriiot flnl to
lifif In thn oltl wh tn nwallimlitii natiou ilni-r
wiph Ui irnirM lha fiuit ihnt irr Im a fivf b
tr itd t-letswaanlnr rmt.ft-lr, Fl.Wri KiriTV ftn
which HotM tha worlt Nl l.KN Tl.Ybul AUHKY .Th
Mtioraont h(mi tha laUeni liivantion In an Klactrit
Hvtlt, and a vat luprovamant on anriiilnat in "
war of altalt nuw oiarla, It In in ftsot Uit rrow
inn triumph In tha wondarful Kltwnrlo Hrimto
Moon bn IL.lt la ehraMi, lh mrmnt ia in-Utntlf
(alt Uj wisHi ar. Ihtsi Klaeitic Hv-H i applifml In
Bw anil at'istntiAo DfKnncir, tnfuilna Uia aittrin
onrrant into tha apinaJ txloma,wrio i tha ctmUsr
ot all tha narveMjof tha entlrfinptm, and with oaaj
pola on tha abdoman or rHlwtr wank part of botlj.
and thaotharoo tha bach. parin: th Klactrioltf
throupth tha botiy, parmaatlBif orwrr nrnrm, Uwm
Sad tuuaula in It, ahanwnittR lha ai-patitaseaiatln
ItfMtion. porifrlua tita blood, aiiiialiaiinel thaaij.
oulatltn,ln fiot, rainiforatlnir tta atitlra njtimmk
lorn haalthr. normnl enti'litifm phlaall, manUr
U will atwitlvalp aura wi
Pal nt In tha bwok, hipa or limba, Luuibto, Hh
mat i am, nMuraigia,nciarica,n
dartxtmpUllit, l'Ptpla, rsaiaal Wi
lo. KlMitrlo AoMiin(t7 fur fjuf-a f i-sm with avaj-w
H-lt. i'rit-aortiln-trr Halt. $10-, Dtmbla Powr.lA
W hola fiaaiilr oho wat&r Mama bait. Ibaf on Xuiif
Warrantatl. Nota faw lata ounaa
D. Portr, tt. Loult, Mo.t yl
M uffarast a nnrnbar of jmn with partUIPanUfv
ia, itaoaral lahility, aiut aould hai-tily dratf
roranf aluiitf. V'J'ir Bait ruratl mm. 1 fetal iU faajsB
yonnirtir. I rtrard rtir it 1 1 iw l ha rraatavA oura
tiraattaut in tit wt.i.1 ri, U 1'OUI k Jiinas,
. NorvveVtoillt)f Curd.
"For Taara havn ftsah ' ryrftlOtNl with Narvonii I0
bllltr, Fain- In Hat tt. V.'d. io. Ibouvhtoa
of four Haltst aavarul d-in,'ia utu am uao)
ahontaa -trnim and hi-Hllhy. v".niVrJ haarfttUl'
rtMMinirnand your Bi-iiliiiucaie.- .
J A MICH bT AN lit) It V. HiU M1rrVvW,t.t yt, Loola.
N. T. Plummar. EiRln, .liuysi
Yoor Bait not only Twtors-l lianlth to mt ki&
fttra, but fsTrnntlr trHnfftimt uiy haulth aaenatMUv.''
It, T, I'LUMMKlt. OarrW M-auItMrturr,
J, f. Btrons, Brlehton. Ill, ayt
MMonx would not buy m) Bah, -J.
VV, Jetfry, Cnahlr N. i udinKton Co
24d i. Water atreet. Chioaiio aayai
I waa dal tfhtftilly nrpnivT with thaprfon
anca of tha V 'It, Altar four waaku f wua ntlralf
ralia-Mi oft Mrvare attavk of Wnanitia, and aa
trihuta tha oomplata i'ur to tha fWt.
It ithould N rmnilaard tlint Ittm Miraa
wondarful Hnlta parftirm im aftar arwrthinu laf
haa failad. iirarwhf-lrnliMt rafarwnaa tWaaisviiad n
npplicatioa. FmnyliUt by suit I tic to pay poataM
AMfclUOA 0ALVAN10 0OMlN.thsjtjit.Looift
nn. V. IV A IX,
f) K 8EC0SD ST.. MEMPHT8. TENN.,
MS) hl been In tbla city 2 years, treat-
in all diseasoa of tbe acciura ..
1st with unifotro. snccess, hout the n e or
the kniie or ligature. l,t"""' "tPli
Const plou. Iun.miiiat.on, .''r'v.Vrb
Ulcers Kutmaskissores. 'u''''h,'"rI.
Mature. Ka,r. oence. 'ou"4JnXc'Uf
Pro a, . us. I'ru . is. "'"toT. Sa asm of
tbe s.phmi-tns.i.iironie ""
isise' generally. ,
Oi.llabd see testimonials. s
C.i-soltatioa free. At home the secend
n,i it nrrn wr -
a.Uta !-Its CAt'SKS and Cl.rfK.ti.
MM (. ,, who was deaf twenty-eight yeai
'r-a'cd bvmostoi the noted epeoialtsUol
t',o d y with LO eanen.. ...j..., ,
tbrre w utha. an i smee then handreds ot
l . -a a n .in. i,i.ni and
otoers oy - -i'' - - r . .
saccc'tful home treatment. ndrs T. B,
PAUK UoliaJiit'thbU.haw lurk ..tm