f MEMPHIS DAILY Al'PEAL SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 18Sr
Thursi.y "d Fridsy Nights a Saturday
Matinee, Apttt 1 ! 17.
BARLOW, WILSON A MABSKlVr.
MAMHO'I II JBIS1BELSI
wmm attractions added to thii already pow
erful UBOr.0 X WILSON and CARL
The Lentong, tho latest nd best of Euro
pe ia Novelties.
Burle.l'ii on the MIKADO.
April '.0-21 22 B A K KH ASP FAt-ROV.
iM XAIN IJTBKET.
Oprss Dally from Itele set.
ATTB4CTT0NS FOR IMS WEEK,
MONDAY, APRIL 12ra:
IS TBI CI BIO HALLS.
u i vmnmn iinwR. the Mammoth
rat Oirl.aged 1 years, weiihf over 300
u a 1 i ll! n.flirTtnT. ? n Queen.
via.kppa IVANHOFi-. the Turco Bm-
sisn B'euty. ., .
C. W. WILLIAMS, Premier Ventriloquist.
IN THE 1HEATOBIVM.
MISS EELLK THORNTON, the Great Serio-
First111 appearance of THE MARQUES,
Charles, Robert, Benjamin. Roy and
I.' L inuniU Mnaical W nndin.
MR. HANK NORTH, Sketch Artilt and
Re-encgnient and an entire change of the
Great Knglii-h LIl.IPl'lIAN Al'TOMA-
Tt. .N J'bhunJlArtt,. tuionumoer.
OHljr Family Beaott la ibeCl.w.
School children admitted on Saturday!
from 1" a.m. toS n.m. ft Fee small hills
with rope aroun.
BARTON, nur Curve, llrrr onrtnroal.
r U UITK COWS line
L head. t'i reward for th-ir return to R.
H) SALE OK REST.
3 TO It K HuUSE, ETC. At Shelby Station
ticulars apply to
diss., store bouse, saloon, staoies ana
HOTti. rraot vBaNiBMgD. ror runner par
, 11. BIAJtUBUi
isOUTiH A Nil BOAK1).
1 .liAHnRRN winhlnor comfortable homes
j3 with eice lent table aooommodation
will Bnd It greatly to their adventure to
t. ih, Pnik UnnH. Hurt Reoond atreet.
Transients will be well cared for at leu than
one-half the usual notel prieea,
M. W. POLK, Manager.
5fJ0MS AND BOARD Desirable rooms
and i.oard at It w-tutson street.
ol, J AMES JiOUSK-Cor. Second and Ad
O emssts, Room and board $6 per week.
Day boarders wsnted.
ft NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
r r witn or witnout ooara. at tat mauisnn at.
TWO large unfurnished rooms, with or
without board, at 6 Madison street, cor
C1ALL ON MADAM PKTERB.
J TUB QYPSY CLAIRVOYANT.
nn tA vmm li the nast. uresent and futuri
brinss the separated t gether, and eause"
aneedy marriages s can be oonsulted in regard
tn rl.ad a liv ina- friends or enemies. LA
DIES IN TROUBLE CALL. Having all my
Gypsy powers by inheritance and tradition
never ian to give saui.iiwi.iun. vm v
17 JKFKKHSON STREET
REV. O. L. KNlflUT. Healing Evangel
it. 117 Court st. OIBoe hours. 10 a.m
to3p.ra. Come and get cured of your so
eal'ed incurab o diseases.
ROYAL KM Jk 1
TI1E PROPOSED XEVT WESTERX
Track of the Mem phis and Little
Rook Under rtater-Other
and Johrfon conntii, and the npital
et j k is t3,000,tXO. Tbe rrad will opun
op a vast area of territory heretofore
almost ioacceaible, and it ia said will
bepiwhed forward tl completion at aa
CI"TT1NG THE BANKS.
DOfflf TO BISWESi.
1UE WATER COnni TEE TAKES
TWO IS PORTA XT STEP..
This sawder never varies A snarvel ol
pnrtty, strena-th and wholeeo enees. More
economical than tbe ordina kinds, and
cannot be sola in oompeui ,a w:.n me
multitudo ol low te-t, short Ightaluip or
phosphate powders. oM only .eaiu. KniAL
Bvin Pnvnn On.. 1IW Well . . N-VtW,
ler AHornef -Jra rtl.
WE areauthnriirdtoannoe oeOKORUB
B. PETKRS. Jr.. s a mdidate for
the office of Attorney-UeneraJ, abecttothe
action of the Ilemocrn'io Couv qtion.
THE undersigned announce' that he is a
candidate lor Register, a id asks the
support ol the voters of Shelb county. If
elected, will endeavor to give s tisOetion in
the discharge of the duties of l office, and
places his claims subject to the tctioa of the
County Democratic Convention
T1IOH. B. CfcUNSHAW.
Memphis, March 28, 18W.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Kerrvile, Teni., is a
. candidate for REGISTER subject to the
act on of the Dcmocrstic uonntion.
Jadaeaf the Circuit C'oarl.
W mrm tithortcAil to annouire that J0UN
JOHNSTuN is a candidate fir Judge of the
Circuit Court of Shelby Cnuity, subject to
action of the Democratic Uon ention.
W. .-a Biithnrlced tn ennoince L H. ES'
TES, JR., as a candidate fo-Judge of the
Circuit Court, subject to thi ao.ion of the
Travel over the Little Ruck railroad
between Memphis and Madison was
discontinued jesterday, and until the
water tel a tbe steamers Uoaboma ana
Cole will carry freight and passengers
ctween the two point. The com
pany has bsen obliged to abandon the
dc ine at the "point," the place of its
location la-t year now being 300
or 400 yards in the rlrer and in fifty
sixty feet of water. The levee
thrown np by the Kansas City roid
has made tbe water higher than nsnal.
ia now up to tbe rails between
Hopefield and Sibley, and ia pretty
bad at It. At 25 mile poet,
where it usually strikes tint, tbera
very little water. Trains coold
be ran over for a whib, landing at the
ew incline opposite tbe Uus om-
Hnnee. bat the track would be crushed
out of s'ght in the soft mail and the
road would have to be practically re
built when tbe water subsided. Rock
hallast is the only lemedy. The in
terruption of travel and the cost of
the hundreds of inclines which bave
been conetrnclcd eat np all the protit
of the roid every year.
T0!t Black and tan; answers to nam
XJ "Jim. A UD'rai renara tor ma
turn to 17 Monroe street.
( 10W On Monday. April 12th. a brindle
J eow; medium sise; dry had on a bell
A liK.ral M.nrH for her retU'B to
W. Z. MITCHELL. 171 Fontth St., Chelsea.
-1 -1TI IT nu PAPRRS ITrnn Khnlhv Chan
X' eery Court, in case ofCuuimmi and
others against Edmonds anl others. Any
person returning fa ie to iOLMno LUJn
MIN8 will he rewnrded.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
t i .oniaii tnvantiir of the Sanitarv Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telei hone 888. THOS. CUBBINS.
MB. TREZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
. LAW, .Viarine and Commercial Notary
Public, Commissioner of Doeds and U. H.
CouimisnioBer. at the old office, No. S Matli
eon street. COLLECTIONS SPECIALTY.
GENTLB MARE For farm purposes t
musthechenp. Address ft.. Appeal office
i rniiuHa-RTfiRR TUn. 1Si Moihv atreet
-tl containing 9 rooms; louse No. 1124
Moabv street, containing 4 rooms, btorc anc
fixtures at Nos. 147H and It) Poplar street
Pa t.rms amilv tn
KELLY, ROPER A REILVY, 392 Main st
Of H2 Monroe street, unlnmished.
enced sa'esladies In millinery.
C! ALESLAD1E8 At
QITl'ATION A young man who is a good
O salusman In most any line wants a po
sition in a store or as city solicitor. Best of
references:. Address ,
J. B. L , Appeal office.
YOL'NU MAN From 25 to 35 years old to
take an interest ic and manage an agen
cy business in Memphis and vie nity. Must
bave from 12 0 to ftOO capital, and be com
petent to manage oanvaasers and take gen
eral char.o ot businus . Salary 1600 the
first year and alo a share in the profit in
prop, rtion to capital invested, the business
is well estxblisbed and Is now paying at the
rats of 11500 a year. This is a rare chance
lor the right man. Address
AGENCY, Appeal office.
Shirt Factory. 221 Second street.
OHIRT - MAKERS - At
106 ADAMS S'
ASOUTI1KRN LADY To associate her
self with a respon ible house and rep
resent it in her own locality. Good salary
to right party. Position permanent. Kefer
Mceieiohanaed. GAY A BROTHERS, 16
TO PURCHASE Counter and Shelving.
Call at 374 Poplar street.
"CCUPANTS-For handsomily furnlehod
KJ room, in private family, nrst noor, con
venient tti business
f OOD COOK For a small family
VX lireferrtdt good wa.es paid. Apply nt
17'.' Carroll avenue. ,
HITSOIRL-Ti do teneral housework.
Apply at 107 Washington street.
G OOP COOK Must be well recommended.
T Apply st this otfioe
At IPVl.V lfnrni.hf.rl Rnona.
HOUSE No. 75 Adams street, on corner
Third: three stories; gotd.r'PBir! from
Julyl, 1W5. JOHN W. CURRIN.
OU3 rtconu airtp..
-VTTCK RESIDENCE 377 Orleans
iM just south of Vance ton the new street
....Itnal. hntitto in rood renmr. App y to
R. W. HARRIS. 300 Frontst,
HOUSE-Two story fraae.35 Marke St.
new, with all modern improvement!
Apply to L. FRITZ, I M Main st.
TTURNISUED ROOMS-For gents and for
X' hon-ekeeping, at lit) Court street.
rnWO elegant front rooms, furnished or
A unfurnished. Apply at W) Adams st.
"DOOMS Furnished or unfurnished, at 118
XV) Second street. He'erences reeniroq.
FURNISHED ROOMS-Anply st
117 COURT ST.
10TTAGE Three rooms, cistern, at 257
J Georgia street. Arpiy next room,
inTTiai-Kn i IA T.an lerdala. 7 rooms
J in good repair, good cistern; iS per
mon th. Apply to No. 3iH Main street.
-En suite, Lee Block, third floor
Apply t No. 4 Mrnlison st.
OIAN0S AND ORGANS Slightly dam-
X aged by fire: TuO upright piaot
.nn.r. ni.nn. 1 f!linnn.l nrir.n. 2 Churc
euns. 1 tnurnaphono. silver cornets. Also
TtsOti packages of sheet musio. contamin
from UK) to 2110 pieces. atl e'ch.at
BENSON'S Ml'SlC STORK.
Opposite Peabody Ilojel
ROCKAWAY Good recond-hand
way, cteap. Apply to Wood 8'
Xil Dy a young mat with J1500 to Invest in
some good paving buineii. Address
K hLLQGG, this office.
1jVEKYB0DY-Ta call and see the cele
Jli bratod Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near PopUr.
SALESMAN For Southern btntes, experi
enced in selling bar fixtures, beer coolers,-meat-bouses,
druggist, office and bank fix
tures Will nay a good salary, or salary and
commission. Address, stating experience,
etc., R. RO'tHSCHILD'S SONS.
I" COLORED MAN T work in house.
t J A nnlv At If nriison street.
LADIES and Gentlemen, in city or coun
try, to take light work at tl eir homes;
tl tn $3 a cay easily made; work sent by
mail: no oanvassinp. We have a good de
mand for enr wurk, ttd furnish steady m
plovment. Address, ith stamp, CROWN
M'F' G CO . . 2'X V no St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
G IRL For general housework; white
urcferred. Inguire at 15a Hernando st.
PARTIES Who wish to learn Stenogra
phy to call at t Shelby street, on
inns, i..a o. mviu,n.
: terms reasornhle. A. this ntlice.
AAfHlTE WOMAN To learn new shirt
VV irot,ing. MEMPHIS STEAM LAUiN
DRY AND SHIRT FACIuRY. 224 Second.
TSf.AhKKMTTrf'.rAinr..i I lalltaniith to run
XJ a country shor Must also bo a good
wood workman. Wd wages paid. Call on
or address D. J. ALLEN A CO.,
JL'1 t(H SALAKI TO AGENTS Ad;
O I J) J dro's at once, DR. SCOTT'S
ELKCrHItl GOODS. I2 Broadway. New
York. The only gon uine.
BUILDING LOTS An Investment
that will pay very soon twenty times
coat; no conditions, ann i ouys juiwi.
2i8 MMN ST.. basement
W 7 rooms. Al order, first-c'aiis neigh.
borhood; ereat bitrgam
H . r. uu.i A it a i . zv iwain t.
'N TUESDAY, Anril 20, 181, 1 wi'l offer
W forsa:e my Unr, Bar Futures anc
tl-A .tnrtlr nf Kdilincr and Klt'hen
Ilnuseho d Hurniture, at 1-uni.i.v sit
'i mv. at in nVlnrk A.m. Bi a will betake
for tbe whole lot, or in any qumtity to suit
purchasers Bonn tide a'c.
JACOB STORZ. li9 Main it
AT A G K E AT SACRIFICE As we intend
remodeling our store, we will sell our
entire fixtures, consisting ot a very one wi
nut npr ght case, silver-plated showcases
counters. oesK. etc., at, a groin ouikiu.
I. 8AMELSON k CO.. 310 Main st.
T3ARBER CHAIRS Tvo or three. .Apply
JD at UjjMata st. H. C. LIPPOLU.
-ura T.K(4 AXT 81ET BED-ROOM FUR'
I I NtTIIRK With single wardrobe, plate
glass door. Price 10O-cost fSU. Apply at
BUTfKNBERG'B. 211 Second St.
RAPID AND RIDirAI. 4llAWtj;
IK HIE IIABBOB.
Weir Rlrer, Above KaiYlirh. to Ue
the Source, ana the (ily
AH ORDER BY MAIL PVR
isi T y
The Polat. Ibc Naadbair nl Head af
Prraldeara lalassil t II
MY Cottage Residence; 7 rooms : 500 Lati
derdale St.: large lot. J 0. PIERCE.
MULES 40 mules, 4 to5 years old.
Innnirea:77 Hill street.
A large assortment of second-
Pianos, some as good as new.
Prices from i' unward. A LbtvKenng
Grand, ch.sp for ,;,,.., ce.
ORGAN A good pipe organ, having two
banks of keys, 24 stops, and Hi octave
e m phis. Address E.
WITZMANN A CO.
edal hsss, at Second Preterin
( COTTAGE Nice oottave,
COTTAGE Nice oottave, with all im-
provementK: out-huildings; on paveu
street. Purtcaih. Address, care 01 Appeal,
A S INTELLIGENT,
XX man to represent
Barclay ftreet house in his own locality and
outfido lnre oities. A remunerative salary
to right pa.ty. References exchanged. Ad
drofS BARCLA V, Box 16S5, N Y
A GEMS With small c.ipital. We hsve
soruothing new, no risk, large profits,
special :(i-d;ty offer, write at or ce.
EMPIH EOt(.. m Canal street.. Y.
I 1 lull ETcii.h prif es paid for old and new
FEATHLHS at 4iS Main street.
itGGS Pure Plymouth Rock and Brown
Logho-n ere?, at si lor n.
JOHNS" IN A tfOlXSEE. 22 Front.
-1-.IlV Tt A R R 1. T. STtVKS. t.lt K A r in
U ca-lots. uRINKLEi LUMBER CO.,
lit Jeflerson street
The If retina Teeterday.
In response to an invitation, Messrs.
W. J. Cbaee. W.B. Morw. I. N. Snow-
an. W. P. Dunnvant. N. M. Jones. R.
B. Snowden, 6. H. Dunscombe, H. M.
Doak. Oeome Arnold. Peter Mclntyre
and many others met in the parlors of
tbe Peabody Hotel at 4 o clock yettsr
Cel. H. M. Doak was unanimously
chosen chairman, and eta'ed the ob
ject to be the consideration of the line
ot railway mown aa me jnempnia,
Kansas and Western railroad, to be
extended from Memphis through the
6 ates of Arkansas, Missouri and
Mr. Kirby then explained the road,
andasked if the enterprise met with
the approval of tbe cit'zena ot Mem
nhie. and that a committee of citiajna
be appointed to solicit s'lbscriptiona to
tbe amount of tl 00,00 J, 5 per cent, of
which to be naid Jane 1. iSSu. and 10
per cent upon the laying of ten miles
of track from Memphip, and 10 per
cent, for each subBcquunt ten muea
nntil subscription ia paid in f 'ill.
Hon. W. K. Moore being c lied upon
to express his views npou the matter,
stated that, so far as be and his hrm
were concerned, they got no benefit
from the vast region ol productive
country sou through winch it was
proposed to extend this line of the
toad : and he believed his competitors
reaped no benefit from i under the re
cent condition of afTairn Ue was in
favor of every railroad coming to
Memphis that would ba a benfitto it.
The territory reached by the Memphis,
Kansas and Weetern railroad Is nn
troJden, commercial! v, so far as Mem
phis is concerned. It would furnish
the food supplies in the way of grain,
etc., f jr this section of country for all
time to come u it couiu oniy De
reached. This can be done by means
of this road.
Mr. I. N. Snowden, in a few well
chesen remarks, favored the enter-
ttrise. and tta'.ed that about tbe only
communication with the interior waa
by means of wagone, wh ch was very
expensive ana nnsaiisiaciory.
Mr. N. M. Jones heartily indorsed
tbe views of Mr. Snowden.
Hon. W. K. Moore then stated that
he bdieved ho bad more faith in
Memphis than most any one else, and
that it was destined to become a great
commercial center, and , that such
means of traffic and communication
were badly needed, such as proposed
bv Mr. Kirby. He didn't think the
- . A- . .. ll Jl
people couio. anora nor. to aiiow rail
roads to De Dunt to ftiempniB tney
must bring them here she must
brig railroads from this northwestern
country because it furnishes subsis
tence for all this section of country in
Mr. W. J. Chase favored the imme
diate construction of the proposed
read, and explained that at present
the grain merchants ol Memphis were
excluded from buying products di
rectly from the producers, but had to
receive them from Kansas City or
from points north. Tbis road would
enable the farmers of a great and pro
ilut Hve region t o coneiga directly t)
Mr. George Arnold was in (avor of
all railroads coming into Memphis
that would bene8t it, and believed
that tbis was one of the moat impor
tant roads over proposed, and was
vital ti the in'erests of Memphis.
Mr. N. M. Jones was decidedly in
favcroftbe proposed line being con
structed. Col. W. P. Dunavant eaiu that al
though be was more a builder of rail
roads than a talker, yet he thought
this line was ot great importance to
tbe interests of Memphis, and of
course should be built.
CoL B. B. 8nowden, in some elo
quent remarks advocating the pro
posed line, moved that a committee of
tivo Iib annointed bv the chairman to
make a thorough investigation of the
proposed line, and after such inveeti
gation to obtain subscriptions from
the Deonle of Memphis upon the
iMma nrvonnted bv Mr. Kirby ; and
that said committee be also empowered
tn rail nnhliri meetine of the busi
ness men of Memphis for the purpose
of furthering the enterprise.
Mr. S. H. Dunscombe seconded the
motion. The motion wai carried
unanimously, and the cha'rman Btated
that be would announce tbe commit
Thereupon the meeting was ad-jou-ntd.
C'liangfS of the most radical cluirac-
t-r are going on in tue Memphis
rtarh. and old river men who have
been watching the work of the great
water engine predict the niot anion
iahing results. Of the rapid cutting
away of the point at Ilopeiit-ld most
people are aware, but ita extent is not
generally known. I'ntil the water
rose over the bank cnunas as uig as
box cars could be seen tumbling in
continuously day and night. The
river is still cutting, having sliced oil'
about 500 yards in as many months,
and lias eaten away aliout 2.V
yards from the north end
of the sand bar; which deflects
the current to this side, at a point al
most immediately in front ol the tus-
toin-bouae. The old channel oi me
river on the west side of President s
Island ia now dead water and when
the river falls the incline at west
Memphis will be entirelv useless to
the Kansas City road. 1 he Memphis
and Little Kock has lately built one
immediately opposite the Custi un
bolts, which cannot be lined nt a
lower staire of water than thirty-two
feet. The transfer bout, to reach it, i
has to drop down below the end of the
sund-bur rnd etcam up on the :
other side. The current is sailing
by at the rate of ten miles
an hour, and after caroming on Cua-tora-Ilouxe
bluir strikes the head of
President's Island with terrible force.
It has taken awav a large portion of it
and cut through to lagoon which
runs along near the east bank of the
inland. Through this a swift channel
now HowHt. . After striking th head of
the island the currunt crosses the river
again to a point above the mouth of
Nonconnah crock, which runs in at
such an angle as to form point. One
field about 300 yards wide has been
carr'ed away already, and it is
likely the entire point will
go very soon, carrving the
Iron bridge on the Cow Inland road,
the only one in tho county, away with
it. A number of bites have already
been taken out of the west baiik of the
creek just, below the bridge, and it is
believed that an under current now
(lows through from the Mississippi into
Nonconnah at that point
Cix)kino prices of May options at
Chicago yesterday: Wheat, 7Sc;rorn,
XI 9-lGc , oats, 2!.j-c ; pork, !i 22 j ; lard,
Visitohh on 'Change ycHterday were
N. M. AIhiip. Allentown, Tcnn. : J. M,
Jackton. Wvnce, Ark.: . M. llene-
dict, Chicago, 111.; N. E. lltiirhoa,
Thk prices of cash wheat and May
wheat are 3 cents nearer to each other
now than they were Wednesday
Speculators were in doubt whether
Mav would come down to meet ciwh
or caah eo tip to meet May. Tho
problem was decided yesterday caah
Tun Manchester Guardian, in its
commercial article. Hays: There ia a
better inoniry for India staples, al
though a fall in Eastern exchanges
has prevented the execution of many
orders. For Ch na the demand for
cloths is poor: fur other directions
trade is quiet, with small sales and
rrices ruling steady. Yarns are flat
for nxnort. especially for Japan. The
demand has not
yarns or goods,
able to account
revived cither for
Merchant are un
for the continued
A HBAMA SPLINT COAL-
In any naan-
PATTERSON A CO.. Agents.
WEATHER AND KIVKRft.
Ofpicb 8ignal Skbvick, U. 8. A.,
Mbmphib, April ItJ, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 75 meridian
time, which is ono hour faster than
The Water Committee met yester
day, with Chairman Hampton presid
ing, anil Messrs. Smith. Gavin, Lowen
stein, Ureene, Mitchell, Hein, Over
ton anil Hill present; alfo Dr. Tl orn
ton and Maj. Meriwether. President
lladden was absent, milking prepara
tions fur his departure for Hiloxi at 0
o'clock. Judge Smith's resolution, in
troduced at the previous meeting,
came up. It was as follows:
" ftanwf, That in the opinion of
this committee it is impracticable to
obtain water from the Mississippi
river above the city."
The same ground as that covered
bv the discussion at former meetings
was gone over. (ten. Greene insisted
the tMttt engineers in the I'nited
States bad decided that w ater could
not be obtained from the Mississippi
without an outlav incompatible with
the capacity of Memphis, nml that a
plan which might be practicable to
day miirht be rendered valueless to
morrow by a sudden change in the I
mighty current. At best, be thought
that the result would be uncertain, ami
that Memphis could not afford to take
any chances. IVsides, it was out of the
power of ti c city to make an appro
priation of a sutlicient amount to em
ploy engineer to make a new survey.
Anil, as a matter of fact, Wolf river
water was the purer and better, after
all-asgtMxl as any in the I' 11 ted
States iftaken from the point proposed
by him, which waa above the reach
of back water from tbe Mississipp'.
Mr. Hill said, in his opinion, Wolf
river water was tmiieaunv, ann tnai
of the Mississippi much the best The
committee should make an effort to
get a permanent supply from the
latter stream, and in the event of fail
ure might then look elsewliTC. lie
had a letter in bis pocket, he said,
from Pearson, who hail been em
ployed to extend the Kansas City
works at a cost 01 fsw.ouu. inai
gentleman proposed to get water from
the Mississippi for $150,000. Great
Changes had taken place since Mr.
Hermsny ami mt. t. iieeseoorougn
made their surveys. The river was
now .within 800 feet of the bluffs four
miles to the north, bluffs as high aa
those of tiie citv. The great difficulty
with those gentlemen before was the
distance of the river from the high
Mr. Overton took the broad ground
that everv plan which looked at all
feasible Bhould bo fully investigated.
He agreed with Gen. Greene that
Wolf river above Raleigh was purer
than the Mississippi even if it could
lie obtained, but the majority of the
people took fright at tile bare men
tion of more Wolf water, and for the
sake of making the work of the com
mittee popular, and bringing public
sympathy and interest to it support,
if for nothing else, the futility of all
other plans if, indeed, they wero
futile should first be thoroughly
shown. As for the points made by
Gen. Greene, with whose report he
agreed, he wanted to say, once for all,
Hint he had taken no Btock in any
water company and would not while
a member of the committee, believ
ing that the city should own and
operate its water-works.
.Indue Smith said if Mr. Overton
was satisfied of the impracticability of
tho Mississirini river plan, it seeinod
to him he ouglit to vote it down and
rleur awav a useless ami serious ob
struction to the work of thq ' commit
Did. Mit. hell and Thornton agreed
that Wolf river above the city would
furnish purer water than the Missis
sippi. Judge Smith's resolution was
finally put to a vote and carried,
Messrs. Hill, Overton, Hein and Gavin
having their votes recorded against it,
Messrs. Smith, Lowenstein, Greene,
Mitchell and Hampton voting in favor
The following resolution introduced
by (ien. Greene was then unanimously
It is the sense of the committee that
in view of the increasing population
of tho city the construction of a system
of permanent water-works should be
undertaken and carried out as soon as
the necessary legislation can bo se
cured by the Taxing District; and
that, considering the paramount ne
cessity for the preservation of the pub
lic health, the security anil future
enlargeme t of the structures ami the
economy in the management, the
works should be constructed, owned
and operated by the city.
hampiaBB OP PANOf aninTA'NO.
elf-Messarlns Cards, gent by mail on applicatit
made by sending as an old one to measure by.
With celf-Measuring Cards, gent by mail on application. Ton ean have new 1 Shirt
VVK11S (UK outl mio."-"
MEMPHIS STEAM SHIRT FACTORY,
221 SECOND ST.
r. rIPRll, rroarla-l
Jl'a,M ROZlfcH, tore.
Memphis Steam Laundry,
224 SECOND STREET.
We have the La taut Imrroved Troy Laundry Company's Machinery.
COLLARS, CCFFN and SHIBTN Lanndrled Equal f Now.
CALLS AND DELIVERIES FREE. WORK CAN BK BENT BT MAIL OR EXPRESS. J
L.A-C12 CURTAINS A HPECIA1YTY.
doubtless make such changes as the
necessities of the tack before them de
mand. The gtrae yesterday was again
imperfectly repened, and the wired
deta il signalled by many vexatious
tleliva, which it is to ba ho:d
the Weetern I'nion office will here
after try to avoid. Two Inniiws were
lost entirely, ana one of them of pe
culiar interest because Memphis had
a msu on second, nobody out. and a
fine chance f ir a run. Then the wire
was reported down, and after a half
hour's delay, when the report wis re
sumed, the game had passed to the
third inning and the audit-nce were
never informed how it was that Mem
phis failed to score in the second.
Macon made her first run in tho
third inning, by Walah'a sale hit over
first base, advanced to third on wild
nitch and boms on passed ball. In the
fmrth inning both nines scored.
Macon was first to the bat. Pelti re
tired on hit to short stop. Decker hit
salely for two bases, and scored on
Smith's drive past eeconu. vtaisn
knocked a long fly to left field for two
bases, Smith scoring. Malloy struck
out and Walsh was pat out at third
by a fine throw of I usselbacn t.
Andrews sent a not nuer past urn,
for one bag, and stile second; Lavin
got first on balls. The pitcher, in try
ing to put Andrews- out, struck him
with the ball in the back ; the ball
bounded off past second, allowing An
drews to make third and Lavin sec
ond. Whit 'head hit to third and the
ball was fielded home in time to inter
cept Andrews, fusseioacn nil saie
ovtr shirt atop for one base, Lavin
and Whitehead scoring, russeioacn
was raiiuht out trying to steal second
and Rradley struck out, leaving Mem
phis with two runs, to which she
added none during the remainder of
Macon made one in me sixiu in
ning hy relllti nil tnrotigu ngui
fielder's lacs, netting him three bags,
and wild pitch brought hirn In.
In tho novpnth inning Ma'loy wa
struck by pitcher and limped to flrat.
st ile second, made tniru on pssseu
ball, but was put out noma piate
on Geias'shit to first; a wild pitch
advanced Gelsi to second, and
Stearns's two-bagger to left landed
Geite late at home; Corcoran re
tirnrt nn hit to second and Hatter
on long fly to center field. In the
ninth inning GelsB struck out, Stearns
got to firtt ou balls, and etole second.
Corcoran hit safely past flrat for one
bBse, Steam scoring; Harter hit tt
second, and Phelao and Andrews
double plar ended the inning.
MACON, 8. MEMPHIS.
Stearns, 1st b 1 Kneed,
Corcoran, 3d b...O B!aqk, 1. f
Harter, c. t u Amirews, isi o
DISEASE CURED WITHOUT MEDICWE.
the lateat Inranlloa In " ltlotrS
liuprovpment on aerlAlnt tn t
IW Dim1. Illi Is Is
To the sick and dehlUtnUwl who ennnet Bnit rr
Iter la th ol.l In lloolua iioe truii
we wish 10 imiii-MN the fact tlu.l Uiri t. a ftr Mr
... . ..1 ' . t . v-i.hn HlrlTV bbA
which doe. the work SI I.KNTI.YbiU (tllRKI.V TW
adore put show
Halt- and HA
nf a h-lt DA-.
Inn triumph la the wouderful rieolris bolawea.
Run aa Hl la ermrit-m, Uie own-eni -
II hr w-nr. Thi. KI.K-.rlo H-ll la awl-ed la
aaw and arlaattne soaniier, tnni.lae tee eMoUie
current Into I h apinal column, wwtca m tee rente
of all Ihenarreaor the antlre .r-t-a., with cams
pole on th abdomen or other wwaa ann (- wrifc
and thaotharon the bark, paaatim the KlectrtuHal
Ihroua-k the body. Mrnicatlag aawni ajeriw, tl-Maa
;N.mn ine a,--..-.-'
dlgaatlon, purifying the blood, equalisine the c
to a healths,
Of. o. It w
Palna In the
In f,u.t VMln.ltfnraiina Lka antirw aj si ana
a health., normal condition Bkntaells. neutafr
hark, hi pa or
Ilmba. Lnmliaae. Uluwf
Kldnof.ljT-r or ei-O
kuaaJ A'aakn---l, Plla.
to. Klei'trlo Sii.-)n.onr for man f raw with ernr
lt. 1'rlcaonlliiary Holt, l(h Uoiihh, Po-w. A
darOnmiilnint, fh.piwln. Has
r can woht aame nail.
NoU a faw ULe onraa
l aeg an tuil
"I anRarwd a number of ranra wit arU.lPaxar
t. tlonaral Dehllily. Ac-., an.1 could hardly draa
miaalf alonu. Vour Halt curwd ou. IWMMHUkwaae
Iounaor. I ragard your Halt a. lha aT-Mit-wt ouse
lraagsnt In the woil.l.' H. U. POHTl'Tll.TA) eiaea
Nervous Debility Cured .
Mlrnv Man. h.-n iMn troutiled with
bllily. Palna In II". k, Miliaria, e. IhpuektoBe)
of your llalta aavxral nionllia mvo. and ma iias
alMut aa at mug and lia.illli aa eynr,aad ullaeiniltf
ycooninianil your ai'l'lli.lM-w. " ... .
JAMKM srANIillllV.MIi) Moiea RU S Uaat,
N. T. Plummsir, f l(ln,lll.aarl
hen I lb larmo.
"VourBelt not only ra-tomd haalth tanrky
hut arantl) tH.ti..tltea my nennn iamaaiiy.
II. TVl'Ll Sl.Ml lt. Ilarrlaa ManutnatuFsr,
J. P. etronsi, BriBhton. III. asgrat
"lUoaer would not buy my Belt"
J. W, Jeffry, Onahler N, t udlnatotl O0
34 i. Water etreet, Ohloo eayes
"1 ww delightfully anrpriaail wltk the im fi e
anoaofUiolh.lt. After four woeka I waa entlretf
ralloTed oraanvBro all, k of I'aratonttla. aad ag
trihute the complete aura te IM in.iv
aill till ion. fanil.n IM ny mal I an u par Illume,
AMKIIUIAN (Al.VANItlOU.ini NjU at.rAXouBS
Walsh, s. a....
Ueiss, 2d b .
....1 Lavin. c. I.
....1 Whitehead, 3d
....1 r usselbacn, c,
Bradley, r. f..
Phelan. 2d b
Knou 11, p
It ahnuld he ramanilHirad that ths ewraa eat
Eomlarriil tfeiu parrorin la bm-h wrwmrrnxmm anae
aa fallmt, Orerw helming rafarenoB fwlilaikBi egl
Pnrvhase of Taxing IMstrlct Bonds.
MtBPHia Ti., April IS, 1SSH.
THE Taiing lilatrlet ol Shelby eounty
wishes to purchase, at the lowe.t ohlaia-
abla price, nine itinusanu nn iiiiina ann
Sixty-nine 27 Hsl ( 6ti inlt-ll In"o'
C rtlani.te'.designaUd as " taalng Distrlot
of Hhelby County Compromise CertiaraUs,
and invites seAiea tiropiisais u t mi .a., w
It of such bonds. The Distrlot rose -es the
right to releotany or all bids, and also tbe
right to take any pa t of a lot offered at the
iou named lor tne entire lot. asi biu
uat he delivered on or oeiore u eiuoa
noon, May It .iwti. , .,..
IIAVIO r. tiAUUBa, rrwciMBoi.
Pengrr l.lme-reet and tenths of a foot
above aero of gsuge
Cairo. 4 , feet.
La Crosse, dt.
Little Hock, 1.
8'. Louts, 32.
Chattanooga, 11 feet.
New Orleans. 1X2.
St. Paul. 7.
ITHtGS roR HATCUINU From pure breed
JJjt Pnrtriilge t Sorbin, Hrown L-ghnrD. lilaok
Vanish una Plymouth Kock stock Address
(JRKKN W')iiU I'OiHh AHDh. City.
P. A fl'S Fnunteijis, gererstor, etc., at
erstor, etc.. a
2i Mnin st.
TV! VERY ONE In need of a hsrd, smooth,
tlj durslilo and wntrrproo pavemont or
floor, examine WA1SOVS BlfUMEN CO.N-
tKJCI E. TelephPe i.
ALL THOSE having domp, unwholesome
cclltirs to te.eph no i)J8.
B'OARiJERi At 14H Vadison; nice rooms,
go. i fare: trmqirntfi accommodate t.
GEVfS-In every .eoti.,n of the country
fcrtwo New Uovks, just ready. Si'gcuL
TgRKa to men of experience capable of fill
ing a large territory. State experience, age
and territory wautci. CASShLL fc CO.
tlimited), S- Brou-way, N. Y., andtt) Dear
born stTfct, Chicago.
S aTESMKN In everv State in the I! inn
torepreser.t a PAINT M4NUFACTUR
1(1 KnT 'vBLISHMKNT having several
Specialtiss thatare popular and easy sell
ing. Cn be handled alone or in connection
with ether noods. Address THE WM. L.
PRICK MA1?U)';. CO.. BALTIMORE. MD.
TTINE PAYIStt HOTEL Bli.INESS-Sit-X"
uate l in one o: the livest towns in the
;oub. lioes a businefs of over flliOO per
tronth. Bar enn be added to the bus:noj,
if desire i. For tetuis.a-idrc-s
.1. S. M.. Box liC. Meridian. Wi-s.
AT N KWP0RT NEWS, VA.-1C00 loU, 5"1
feet water fro t, 41 f'et deep. Fur full
iniormntion address WM. A. DEAN.
T '"BliSKSEL'lJl'AIit CkKIJi 'lCAl'KS
Kb ae'ea1, - and all dies to the
o..t, OVKWTON OWO'.'VVNnB.
IN order t protect the Retail Grocers of the
city, we will discontinue selling to city
consumers from this date.
McDAVITT, JAMEa t CO.
Memphis, Aprrl 12, !,
Oilier Kanana Projects.
It is stated that John Fmgerald of
the firm of Filzgerald 4 Maliory, ra;l
rotd contractor, at Chttopa, has nib
lt rontracts for trading on the Den
ver, Memphis and Atlantic railway,
through Labette county. Forty thou
sand ties bave been ordered, to be
delivered et Cbutopa this week.
Track-laying will begin as soon as the
road is heeled. The real will be com
pleted and in operation from Chctipa
to Cofloyvillo on or before July 7t'i.
Work will then commence 01 the
Belle Piaine and Kingman division,
which is now graded and ready for
tics and iron. Track-laying on this
portion of tba read will commence as
torn as the Chttopa section is well
under way. ,
Articles of BFSocatien of the Arkan
sas aad Northwestern railroad have
been filed in the office of the Secre'ary
of State. The rod is to run from the
northern line of Arkansas, in Benton
county, due south of Pineville, Mc
Dana'd county, by way of Fayettevitle
to Clarksville, Johns in county, 130
miles, through Washington, Madieon
TIIE BALL l'LAYKKS.
4KOTIII K slAls DAVJOB TI.MJkKN.
Georgia Again teases st FmIIbk or
WrsirlBraja t rrstsip 4'r
PiTTSBDBrt. April 16. Night River 7
fwt 7 in :h"son the gtugeand fslling.
Weather clear ecd cooler.
rtivrnnuATr. Anril Id. Niirht River
! 40 (et, 0 inches on the gauge and fall
ing Wta hcr par:ly cloudy and warm.
Saw Orleans. April V Nii:bf
! Arrived: Gidden Rule. Cincinnati ; S.
i L. Wo ;d and tow, Louieville. Depart
t ed: Ciivof Batn Rone, New Orleans.
TeOuisviLM, April 10 Sight River
fa'ling, with 23 feet 8 ne bes in the
canal and 21 f'ft Inches on the talle.
BiiFincfw dull. Wether clo-itly and
warm, iudica'.icg ra n.
Cairo, April lfi. Nigh'-Rivr 50
feet 6 ipcbe-j on tiie gang"; and rising.
Wra' her cloudy and mild. No arrivals
of re.tibr po-.k'-ta. Departed: Annie
P. Silver, New Orleaue.
Hr. Locia, April 1ft. Night-River
stationary, and now Btandg 20 fn-1 8
inchescntbe giugn. eainfrcionuv
and cooler, with sn occaeionl eh-iwer.
Arrived : City of Vicksburg.Vicksbiirg.
No departures of regula- pa?kt:t7.
Etaspvim.1, Anril 16. Night-River
fullirg, with 42 5-10 feet on tho gauge,
making 59 feet 0 inches clesr epa e
under tbeHcndertoa bridgs. Weather
cool and disagreeable, with a ttedj
rain all this afternoon. Business. oli.
This is a bad week for Tennets&e
baseball clubs, likewise a bad week
forTennefsee baseball admurr witn
speculative proclivities. Those Geor
gia bcya are evitienny nara ibiiowb to
vanquish and it begins to look a 11
tbe leaxne representatives will fail to
win a game this week. There is some
r-light excuse for the Memphis defeats
in the fact that her nine is badly broke
up through the want cf practical
catchers. It. is hardly fair to expr-ct
KiiBUHlhu'-h. after olavinat at short for
six weoks, to drop right into the
catcher's ila?e and not have a pssed
hll charged to turn. There is no
doubt tha' he Is a good back s op,
nnrl liin throwini! to secmd jtrs-
terday waa better tbau anything in the
same line done by p evions local
ca'chets. lie also appears to be rt
gaiLing bis battTg ft rtn, and wieldod
the s!i to good purpose yesterday. 8 j
it is useless to bfgin growling aVmt
him or other meuibers of our nine be
ta me of Ibeir two sncctsiive dt-Pa's
abroad The euuic thing happened to
Nashville, a club cf undoubted
s:r..T,at'i and skill. Mt-inphis lunt yes
terday bt cause bhe was outplayt-d
evervVberf, there is no disguising
that fsct ; it remains to be seen wliirtlf
or, f er tier team is strengtht-nr-d by
such rt'iriio'cementa as are eouU'm-
pla ed, siie will continue as sue nns
begnri. At thi-t dietaoce from the 6e!d
of operations it is somewhat difficult
to give an intelligent opinion
nf how the men stood the
(ire o! two leagus gsrues. As alii .'gera
they have certainly cot t'lHtinguistei
themselves. Whether this be die to
their own wtakners or the superior
skill of Ma;-cn's pi chers it .a too early
ti determine. The indications are,
however, that what tbe club most
needs are heavy batters, and plenty of
them. K the present nine, after a
fair trial, proves, unequal to the
emergency, the, manament will
Totals 6 2
SCORE HY INN1NOS.
Memphis 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0-2
Macon. .. 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 1-0
Bae hits Macon, 12; Memphis, 4.
Struck out By Hmiib, 10; by KnonfT,
. Parsed balls DecKer, none; Fus
seibach, 3. Left on bases Macon, 0;
Memphis, 6. Hie on balls Smith,
1 ; Knotiff, 2. Umpire (irecn.
laraoui. to ths ArraAt.l
Macon. ja., April (i -.Memphis
lnnt aoain tO-llaV 1 RClire. tl tO 2. WltU
timelv hitting at several stages of the
nlmr tlmv could have won the game,
Taking everything into consideration,
1-.iaBB hanh cauirUt very wen, out uo
cannot bold such speedy puciiers as
O'Loarvaud Knoutf. Neither hmitn
nnr Hrniiuliton nave yet nut in nn r
nearauce. II neitner como iu uum ni
In.mnrrnc a Sims li a'JK 80 U r USHtll'
kooh wrill ortuinv the nolnts for the
visitors, with Miller and Carter for
Macon. Manager Sneed will add two
mors oolrl mn to his team before
they return home. He says they are
botn bitters and base-runners.
M awaukr Watkins of the Detroits
offered $VK) for the release of Harter,
catcher of the .Vacon (ua.) ciuo.
In making up your combinations to
day don t play Mempms lor a wmnor,
Georgia ien't a good Htate for Tennes
see ball-playere, anynow.
Atlanta has two second baemen
in l.nk anil Ktriuker and Is in a quan
dary which to ue. Each has been
tried about an equal number of times
Rtn u.irne to-morrow at the nnw
fn' th lornl cljampionnhip be
he Athletics and Clevelands.
Ctoldsmith, the promising amateur
pitcher, wil' be In the box for the
Athinlics. Rct-o acd Carroll will be
the Cleveland buttery.
Tim In l iwinif is the nni Illation of
the cities and towns i:i the rioutbern
Leaane, as enumerated in the census
of 1HH0: .Vfin!iis,65,tMK);CharleBloii,
60,000 ; Nashville, 4:t,-l! ; AtiButa, :(7,
4'J1; KAvenuah, 30,700; Auiriista, 21,
Htll ; CliR'tniiO'.va 17.MM); Macon, 12,-710.
'VC-tJ-- osrW V'.. .
FUNERAL DIRECTOR, '
dr Msullajon Utreret. notstpnia,
ArULL stock or wooden ana eieuiii
Cases and CaskeU. Burial Rooes, etc..
always on hand. Orders bv Telegraph or Tel-
phone Promptly attenne'i m. T
wa rwniinv nvnmainal
r ittf 14 a. Itirlu r.iatB
ni-. n to ua lot lMHihaa
en.l I laet.
U.tuva sons COBMlaa.
Hudkee. IV C
f fX Til A 1IATS.J
jO.araplMA am "ayj
W Jf aauaa Slrltuir.. "
I 1 Mrdaalr aytba
s irui Gismietl os.
A book ot 1H0 pages.
bout book tr
fCt-"" Wilt eontaina lists of
I ..llm.1.1 A th. MBt llf id'
The advertiser who want" to spend
nna dollar, finds In It Uie in
quires, while for him who
rotation be re-
will invest on
but dred tuousana ueiinra . "'-v.-cben.e
lei adleated whloh wdl meet hie
I a 1. 1 gu.ur- "T-'fj-l "J-rr J an. .tkaaa.
spondanoe. une nunoraw - m
editions have been Issued Bent. Pf'tp1.
to any address tor ten cenX Q
P- HO W r LL ft Co.. W.lpp.fcypA1i:
VKRT1H1J"" Ull,lai""" "
fori. v..n;." !7 Court PI.-., now at
of nlf tt-tt- HI ?uti.. Mfl
rvj.,.rli u-f P""" "
- S"H'ltl ' BsUl.il.it riinlM..PIl, '
drf.nit). lnmr..-ol DthoUvi U.. . J
!" arrrsw"''"; --- -
of tUkUlil rtrW-T. M.. g.-'--"
rtrw U.orMntrilv mmm stiuiw
All ' riaipl-
M.t 1 1
Oilier Lregae tininee
Augusta.. 1 1
Havanra'i 1 2
Charl'ton 1 1
DK. It. L. LASKI,
PhyslcIdD, Snrgeon and Aceoncher,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE,
31.1 Wai n Street, Near I'ulou.
2,, j Ttlephoat Hu.W. a.
L.I v ih.t a .l.) .!"" "" rarV,,
I... ,.t .l.mn-.. aal lrlic "";
t- ir..t.u al, a.li-laaii aB-.
f...cM Guarantootl tt ail tmj
".'.'S"'-.." " rnMKl'.a
, . . . ..... --"I ! a1- anmralv ara Ire. to.
', . hi,ll M rnA . AjI. A.l.lr... a, .1. a.
t tlw ar n- SmaUfA, t u. a
Non UesItlent Notice.
K BliW. R. P.-In the Chsncory Court of
Shelby county, l.nn.-t-tate of Tenn.-e
vs. J. f. ABtnonyet ai. ,w.Bui i7
It appearing from allegations of the till ia
this eause. .men s s-orn -j.---
rl "f th. Sw! of TTun,se.-
their app-amnfe heroin, at the C-iurt-Uuuse
'of Miell.y countr in Mostph... T.nn.. on or
before th first Monday in June. A.U..
and plead, answer or deuiur to eoinpliln
ant's bill, or 'he same will be taken for eon
fessed as to them aad set f. r
lishad' once a week lor (our u.,"",,T.w!(,k;'.
I. th. Memoh il Anneal- IBIS x uay
A 'fldVlwVELL. Clerk and Master
By U. r. Walsh, Oeputy u. ana
John Jghn-ton, Sol. for cotni'V at
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