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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, AAKIL 20, 1SSG.
THREE NIGBTS A 8ATURDAY MATIXKB
BrslBUlnc Wedaeeday , April Hist.
THE KIXGS OF COMEDY,
BAJCER fc FARRON.
CAB-LOAD OF SCENERY.
TeAIX-LOAD OF LAUGHTER.
aer Scats at Mnlford's.
DLHE Stl V H K IT 51,
234 MAIM STREET.
H'Th'i papular plee of amusement ii
NOW OPEN, under the management of
Prof. C. A.DJNALUSON.
mw Sew Attraction and tpeoialtiea W'll be
relented each week.
trOn Saturd.y Afternoon of each week,
HALF KATES for School Childicn.
arWi inUnd U make thi place of amuse
ment a special attraction for Ladies and
FOK M1,E OK KENT.
QTOKK HOUSE, ETC.-At fchomy (Station,
D Mis., store home, saloon, iuWm and
bothl aiiDT tokmbhxd. or further par
ticular apply to J. n. bTAFFORD.
"lj'ILE OF PAPBPS From Shelby Chan
X1 eery Court, in case of Cummins and
othera against Edmonds ?,,h".1A;,
person returning ti to UOLMbB tUM
MINW will be tew i rded.
CtANCKBS CAN BR CURED.
Dr. HUNlER. 117 Court St., removes
Cancers, Tumors, Ulcers and bkin Diseases,
.ithont the knile. Consu tat'on free.
vR. RACIIBL UOWLINO-Srec aliet In
U Maternal Diseases, 27H Main st eet.
WE are authorired to announce JOHN
M. BHAULEY as a candidate tor
Trustee ot Sbelty county at the ensuing
Aucuat election, subject lo theanlion jf the
WE areauthorixedto annonnceOBORU E
B. PKTfcRs. .In., . acanilidate tor
tbe office of Atttirney-t icral, sub ect totbe
action of the Deoiocrn'ie Coiitenlion.
THE undersigned announces that he U a
candidate lor Kem-trr. and aski tbe
support ot the voters ..f .Shelby county. It
elected, will endeavor to give s.tirfxetion in
the discharge ot the duties of the office, and
placet his claims subject to the action of the
County Democratic Convention
THUS B. CRENSHAW.
Memphis, March 2h, 1886.
ESTF.RTnSEST AT SOXTUOX
Ellf PARE THIS EVEMSG.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Kerrville, Tenn., is a
. candidate for RKGIaTKR, subject to tho
action of tbe Democratic Conrention.
Jadsjeor tbe Circuit Coari.
We are authoriied te announce that JOHN
JOUNSTuN U a eanddate for Judge of the
Circuit Court of Shelby County, subject to
action of the Democratic Convention.
We are authoriied to announce L H. E8
TES, JR., as a candidate forjudge of ihe
Circuit Con't, subject to tbe action of the
C'tOW On Maroh 21th. Owner can have
J same by proving proper v and psying
with rope around
BARTON, near Curve, Her and., roal
C WITTTR COWS tine
Ju head. Vi reward tor thir return to H
C-IALL oN MI)AM PrTKHR.
J THK GYPSY CLAIRVOYANT,
who reveI the past, present and future
brinsa the separated t getlinr, and eeusel
peed; marriages; can ba consulted in regard
to dead 0' living friend or enemies. LA
DIEb IN TROUBLE CALL. Having all. my
Gypay powers by Inheritance and tradition,
never fuil to give satisfaction. Call at
1 ; J EK EH SON STREET.
REV. G. L. KNIGHT. Healing Evangel
ist, 117 Court st. Office hours, 10 a.m.
to 3 p m. Come and get cared of your so-
oal'e i incurable diseases.
(CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
J ranted. Inventor o' the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and briok
layer. Telephone 8M. TH08. CUBBINS.
MB. TREZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
. LAW, Marine and Commercial Notary
Public. Commissioner ot Heeds ana u.o.
Commissioner, at the old office, No. .1 Madi-
aon street. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
C10TTAGE Four rooms, 6S Auction street.
Apply at 1 Third at.
OTTAGK Four rooms at 49 Moiby it.
Apply at 17 Mosby gtreet.
ROCMS Two very de.irable rooms, Hrt
floor, at 188 Des ito atreet, geoond door
south of Linden street.
-No. 15 Mosby street.
Mosby street. cor.taining4 rooms. Store ant
containing v rooms;
house No. 112S
fiituretalNos. 147H and 149 Poplar street
For terms a
KEL LY. ROPER A BEILLY. 392 Main it.
FIRST FLOOR- , , , ,
Of 9'2 Monroo street, unfurnished.
NICELY Furnished Rooms,
At CO Monroe street.
HOUSE No. 75 Adams street, on corner
Third: throe stories; good repair; from
Julyl. 1886. JOHN W. CURRIN,
S(H Second street.
"XICE RESIDENCE-377 Orleans atreet,
just south of Vance (on tbs now street
car line); house in rood repair. Appyto
HOUSE Two story frame, 35 Marke' St.;
new, with all modern improvements.
Apply to L. FRITZ, 1 '1 Main st.
FUhNISUED ROOMS-Forgonti and lor
housekeeping, at 116 Court street.
rpWO elegant front rooms, furnished or
J- unlnrnished. Apply at ai' Adams st
Furnished or unfurnished, at 118
XV Second street
TPURSISHED ROOMS-Anply at
X1 u7 CC
I 10TTAGK Three rooms, cistern, at 257
Georgia street, Arp'y next room.
414 Laujerdalo, 7 rooms
Apply to No. i'.H Main atreet
ll iT I'AKK
in good repair, good cistern; $25
O ROOMs En suite
i di..l a -
Apply at No. 4 Maihsnn st.
Til VERYBODY To call and see the cele
XLi brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
atreet, near Poplar.
rpjIREE First-Class Dressmakers, and as
J. siatnnU. Mrs. B. J. Bowen, iff Madison.
PRESSMAN First-clast Cylinder Presi
man can find a steady lit and good pay
atoSceof MITCHELL BETTIS,
:OUM AM BOAKI)
(ireen Morris' Xnllshnpss-He De
parts for Wattbliijctnn (James
of the Southern League.
itching comfortable homes
exce.lent table accommodation
ill find it greatly to their advantage to
Mm, tn th. Polk Houka. 'Aitt Second street.
T'ansients will be well cared for at less than
one-bait theujuai hotel ir ces.
At. tv. rutiiv, manager.
T300MS AND HOARD Desirable rooms
XV and i.oard at 71 M dison atreet.
OA. JA.HI4S UOUSK-Uor.hecona ana Aa
3 amssts, Room and board 15 per week.
Dav hoarders wanted.
Tll A Mil With mi o.tlaint room.
XJ m ADAMS STREET.
5' NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
with or without board, at 137 Madison St.
TWO large unfurnished rooms, with or
without board, at 6 Madison atreet, cor-
ner 1 bird.
AFINR hal' JERSEY COW AND CALF.
Address P.M., at Bailey 8ta..Tonn.
dO BUILDING LOTS On sale only flva
days longer. Call and see maps and
learn all about them at No Tit Main street
(basement); bona fide sale.
TpARM A Great Bargain 328 acref-
acres partly cleared, in Dallas Co.. Ark.
Fine timber, pure water, fine stock range,
winter and summer; will sell or eijhantre.
For particulars apply at Appeal. J. M. U.
GUITAR-One 3 8. Martin Ar Co guitar,
with case. P. ice H0. HOUCK'S MU
SIC STORK, 389 Main street
R0CKAWAY Good ieconf
way, cheap. App'y to W
ood A Swoope.
WELLINGTON STREET RESIDENCE
i rooms, Al order, first-dan neigh
borhood ; great bargain
M. B. CON AWAY. 28S Main st.
AT A GREAT SACRIF1CB-Ai we Intend
remodeling our store, we will sell our
entire fixturer, consisting of a very fine wal
nut npr gbt case, silver-plated showcases,
counters, desk, etc., at a great bargain.
I. SAM EI.MtN A CO.. 310 Main it.
ARI1ER CHAIRS-Two or three.
at 112 Main st.
H. C. LIPPOL
" Y Cottage Residence
Xv-L derdale st
7 rooms; WO Lau-
large lot. J O. PIERCE.
IAN08 A large assortment of eecond-
o as new.
I hand PianoB, some as good as new
Prices from )! unwara.
Grand, ch.,p tor $;mx7MAm t CQ
ORGAN A good pipe organ, having two
banks of keys, 24 stops, and octave
Kidal hass, at Second Pro'vterian church,
emnhis. Address E. WITZMANN A CO.
C COTTAGE Nice cottage, with all tin
J provements; out-buildings; on paved
atreat. Part cash. Address, oare of Appeal,
TjGGS Pure Plymouth Rock and Brown
I 'J Leghorn eevs, at 51 tor in.
Dh uAn.iir.ij o i Btot vol...' -u
ca-lots. BRINKLKlf LUMBER CO..
JOHNSON A GUINNEE, 2S2 Front.
BARREL STAVESj OIIEAP--ln
124 Jefferson street
LTBAMA SPLlJX T COAL-ln any quan
tity. . .
P. M. f AHftmun a aibuui.
breech-loader, standard make, pistol
grip. 32 inch, 12 gauge, aoout IVt pounai.
Apply at room 3, Cotton Eichange.
( UN-A good
SITUATION-By a young lady ai teacher
in public or private school. Best refer-
A. M. T., Memphis, Tenn.
LADIES and young men to decorate Birth
day and raster Novelties. Easily
learned; good prospects for steady employ
ment and fair wngos. Material furnished,
and all work mailed postpaid. For full in
formation address 1)cokativi Art Works, 7
Eichange Place, I'otop, Mass. P.O.bon 5148.
TOUNG MAN From 25 to 35 years old to
take an interest in and manage an agen
cy business in Memphis and vio nity. . Must
have Irom 82 0 to tola) capital, and be corn
potent to manaye canvassers and take gen
eral char ot bu.-inm . Salary 6U0 the
first year and al'O a share in the p oil t in
propirtion toaapital invested. 1 be business
is well established and 'S now paying at the
rate of $1500 a year. This is a rare chance
for the right man. Adilrest
AGENCY, Appeal office.
TO PURCHASE-CoHnter and Shelving.
Call at 374 Pop'ivr street.
u UITKGIRIj t odogeneral housework.
W Apply at 107 Washington atreet.
GOOD COOK M ust be well re xim mended.
Apply at thit offloe.
"fTfGGS rog HATCHING r'rom pure breed
Pi Partridge (joonin, Brown Leghorn, Blaok
Spanish an,! Plymouth Kock lto''. Address
A COMPLETE TUrT'S SODA APPA
RATUS Fountains, generator, eto.. at
HAHI'YIAINW J CIW. O. v "imu at.
INE-PAYING HOTEL BUN ESS Sit
uated In one of the livest towns in the
South. Does a business of over 11000 per
month. Bar con be added to the business,
if desired. For terms, address
J. H. in., nog nrj, menmn-', inm..
TTjKWPORT NEWS, VA.-1000 U'te.500
foot water fro t. 4C feet deep. For full
inlormation address WM. A; DKAN,
47 Lexington street, Baltimore, Md.
I 'u Mi..i . n and all does to the
The opening of the New Memphis
Jockey Club this afternoon at 4
o'clock, to the members and their
families and invited guestr, under the
rule will be very rehcerche. The en
tertainment will open with a race for
trophies, a mile dash, starting from
under the string in froDt of the clab
house, la which are entered to start
eight as good bones as ars on the
track. The judges of this race are to
be five ladies selected from those
presfiit, after which refreshments will
be served, Arnold's band discoursing
sweet music tbe while for dancers and
promenaders. Tbe drive out in the
afternoon and the return by moon
light will be one of the pleasant fea
tures of tbe occasion. The Soiner
ville accommodation train on the
Charleston road, leaving the city at
4:'.0 will carry those who prefer going
tbst way to tbe park, and they can
return by special train at 10 o'clock.
The chaperons are Mm. Wm R.
Moore. Mrs. John Ovett in. Jr., Mrs.
John K Speed, Mis. R H Vance,
Mrs. Sam Ta'e, Jr., Mrs. Napoleon
Hill Mrs. R. B. Snnwden, Mrs. Enoch
Ensley, Mts N. Fontaine and Mrs.
Julia M. Doyle.
The Rpceptiou Committee V. D.
Betheli, Chairman ; Nnland Fontaine,
John K. Speed, Sam Tate, Jr , Re. H.
Vance, J. W. Fulmer, Jas. H. Rees,
0. A. Cochran, Wm. M. Snped.T. J.
Hunt, Dr. Kennedy Jones, H. B. Mc
Comb, W. A. Percy, Jr.
Creen Morris Wllbdrnwa.
As he threatened lat week, Green
Morris has folded his tent and hied
him away to Washington City. He
moved, bag and baggage, on tbe train
last nipht, paying hie forfeits and tak
ing with him his stable of six horses.
Morris, it will be remembered, raised
rumpus here a couple of seasons ago
because of a righteous decision of the
judges, and swore a deep and mighty
oath that he wou'.d never run bete
again. Tbe preeent meeting, how
ever, was one of such piomise tbat he
showed up very early; being the first
or second at the tiack, where he kept
his hoisss during tbe winter. He wis
givjn a sixteen-6Ull stable and
two cottages were preparod for tho m e
of his family and his et'endiints. Tbe
club emended perhaps $1000 fjr his
benefit, and paid bin all sorts of
courtes es. He had a couple of botss
of Harper's with him, which ho ws
trying to train for Hit jurnpeis, and a
ccupie oi nuraie races worn put ou
the programme for his cpecial ueue
fit When the programme was pub
lished, with its 1H',000 of aided
monev.evervboiv was sitieud xcept
Morris, nd he had a good deal of fault
to find, comparing it eiponia,ly to the
Washington meeting. Ho und two
others at the track had entmed iu the
latter stakes, the date being nxei lor
the week after Memphis. The Mem
phis stakes clrsed first, however, and
just before the Washington Club
closed its entries it decided to move
up its date into the Memphis week,
hec nnins on tue r,o or may. morris
and the others alluded to wrote, with'
drawing their entries, and nothing
more was heard about the matter un
til the 15th, when Morris announced
bis intention to pay forfeit, with
draw his entries and depart for
Washington. Col. Montgomery ex
pressed his surprise, and told Morris
he hored he would not withdraw
from the Montgomery stakes anyway
He was obatinate. however, and Col
Montgomery, naturally indignant.
told him he was welcome to tbe hos-
nilalitv the club rad extended bim
but he should never enter its grounds
K?!n- . . ..
Moms nas xsersan. cavor, wnizzig,
Error. Ermine and Con Cregan. The
lat'er is a big favorite fur tbe Ken-
turkv Derbv. but is said to be in such
bad shape that he is not able to run in
anything. Bersan bas been doing slow
work on tne track, ana nas never uon
a mile in better than 1 :51. . Turfmen
rlnrlnra he has his muscles SO much
ncr.nntomed to slow work that he is
nc t able to do anything fast. Ermine,
full sister of Bersan. Is in Dad snape,
and Error, the only one of the
tpm who has done good work iu
trailing, is several seconds slower
than Jim Gray. Morris has an eye
on the ma!n chance alone.
ing and Stoarns safe on f.rst ; Corooraa
hit to second and the oal ft'liable, by
uii'k hnmlling of the bull iii.kIo a
double plav, it-tirinc the uide.
In the third inning Whitehead got
hurt behind the bat und returned to
third haxo, Sneed goin in to piu-li,
with Ijivin at short mid Kiioutl in
center held, and r usseikich resuming
he mask. But this did nut stop the
tidal wave of ilefe..t, as many runs be
ing seored afU'r Sneed went in as before.
In the fourth inning Macon made
two more runs, one of them earned,
Walsh and Stearns both making safe
hits. In this inning .Memphis uiado
her onlv run. Laviu took bane on
balls, Whitehead struck out, Phelun
was allowed Dase on nails, mvin going
to second, rhelan playe I too far oil
first, forcing Lavin out nt third, and
making second, a bad throw of the
catcher's to third brought I'helan in
and Knouff struck out.
Macon scored two ino e in the sixth
inning on errors oi catciier anu
riU:her's bad balls, and a safe hit by
Corcoran, one in the eighth on sale
hits by Geiss and Steams and wild
throw of short-stop to firxt, and two in
the ninth, winning on safe hits lv
Smith, a passed ball und hits by Mai
loy, Geiss and Stearns.
THK scobk. '
MACON. R B H. P.O. A. I.
Stearns, 1st b 3 10 0 0
Carcoran, 3d b 1 0 3 0
Connelly, c.f 1 0 0 0 1
Pell, 1.1 10 10 0
I)eckr,c 0 0 7 2 1
Smith, p 1 10 8 0
WalsL, s. s 0 1 0 3 0
Ma loy. r. f 4 1 (1 0 0
Geiss, 2 i b 0 2 3 1 0
Total U 10 27 15 2
MBMIMUS. H. B H. P.O. A. I.
Sneed, s s & p- 0 0 0 3 1
Back, if 0 0 3 0 0
Andrews, let b 0 0 10 0 0
FuHMlbaeh.cASdb 0 0 6 0 1
Lavin, c f A s 8 0 0 1 tt 1
Whithead,3d b Ac 0 2 5 1 2
Phelan, 2J b .,: 10 13 0
Knouff, p A f. 1 0 0 0 0 0
Bradley, r. U 0 0 12 1
Total 1. 1 2 27 15 ti
Hi a vnnna man with 11500 to invest in
aomo aood payinr business. AddreBs
i lULUttxtil) 41AK lo work in house.
V Apply at 11 Madison street.
LADIES and Gentlemen, in city or ooun
try, to take Hunt work at their hemes ;
11 to 13 a cay easily made; work sent by
mail : no eanvassing. We have a food de
mand for onr w rk, and furnish steady em
uiovment. Address, ith stamp, CKOWN
M'F't CO., 294 V ne St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
G IRL-For aeneral housework; whit
T preferred. Inquire at lfi8 Hernando st.
POSITION-A Btenoirranher and Type
Writer; terms reasonable. X, this office.
WHITE WOMAN To learn new shirt
ironini. MKMPHIP (STEAM LAUN
PRY AND 6IIIKT FACTORY, 224 Second.
BLACKSMITH A good I lasksmith to run
a country thop. Must also be a good
wood workman. Good wages paid. Call on
or address v D. J. ALLEN A CO.,
dress at once. DR. SCOTT'S
ELKCIRIU GOODS, 842 Broadway, Ne
xork. the only gen ume.
?1 AfW 1 SALARY TO
A N INTELLIGENT,
man to represent a larse. responsible
Barclay 'treet house in his own locality and
outside lare eilies. A remunerative salary
to right paity. References exrhnnged. Ad'
dress BARCLAY. Boi l.W), N. Y.
A GENT. With small cupital. We have
il something new, no risk, large profits,
peoisl .l-day offer, write at or ce.
EM PI HE CI., 381 Canal street, N. Y.
TT IG H E'T cash prices paid for old and new
11 i EATllr.KS at 44S Main street.
PJ durable nod wnterproot
-In need of a h.inl, smooth
floor, examine WATSON'S BITUMEN CON
CRE1K. lelcpnono VM.
Do you want a pure, bloom
ing Complexion I If so, a
few applications of Hagan's
MAGNOLIA BALM will grat
ify you to your heart's con
tent. It does away with Sal
lowness, Redness, Pimples.
Blotches, and all diseases and
Imperfections of the skin. It
overcomes the flushed appear
ance of heat, fatigue and ex
citement. It makes a lady of
THIRTY appear hut TWEN
TY ; and so natural, gradual,
and perfect are its effects,
that It Is impossible to detect
Por Bale Xiow.
mnp fn.;i ..aiil.nnii of the late Msi. A
I v i,.k'v Lauderdale and Jessa
mine its.: in excellent repair. Furniture
will be so d with the house if desired. Jfot
intorin.tion. aunty to A. N. MotOLLIM
ageDt, VanVlerl . jiCas drug store.
HER, young or old,
iflnd the E leotrii
shield ana buftenio
i ry euro every eiuge o
f Weakness of the Kid
e s. boxual bystem
1 Varicocele and lost or
I enfeebled powers
i' Money refunded
BEILDUG 1R0. BRIDGES.
rUOORESlVE M0VEVEMT IN THE
Sporlul fax of Tea Cents Ordered
The LeTj for the Year
AN ORDER BY XAIL F0S
fC'RI BY INNINGS.
InniDK8..1 2 3 4 6 6 7 8
Mcod....4 1 0 2 0 2 0 1
Memiib ..0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Strunk on' By Snwil, 4 ; by Knouir,
2; by Smith, X
The County Court met yesterrfay,
with Cairnmn Slaugliier ireaidion,
and during 'he day paused upon
number o( bills and applications for
reduction! cl uxstacnisnu. The fol
lowin rnnort i( the Committee on
Iron Bridges wai adapted :
TWO IRON BRIDGES OHDBRKD.
To the Mairistrates comiiising the Coanty
Court of bhelby County, Tennessee:
We, your Committee on iron
Bridge, wouM state that we have
looked into tbe propriety of building
iron bridges in Shelby county. Es
pecially one acrost Wolf river on the
Big Creek plank road near Memphis.
We have crrrespoc ded with the lead
ing manofactuiers of iron bridges and
have atatetuen's of probable coat from
$10,000 to 116.000. The Wolf river
bridge above mentioned, we think,
can be let for less than ten thousand
dollars. We, your committee, would
ak an appropriation of $l'0OO for the
Wo'l river bridge near Memphis We
would further state, after conferring
witn many intelligent tm-payets both
in tbe county and city, we feel justi
fied in faying that the people aesire
and expect the Cmnty Couit to com
mence a system of permtnency in our
public improvements by putting in
iron bridges over Wolf and Hatnhie
rivers ai tliev may be needed. After
ward our larger creeks, until our
streams are properly bridged,and with,
out oppressing our people or even add
ing materially to our current expenses.
We would recommend that terra cotta
tiling of snlllcirnt caliber to carry off
the water be substituted and the Work
llotiee hands be ordered to fill in level
with earth, thns making a permanency.
We, your committee, would further
ask an appropriation of $16,000 to
build an iron bridge over Wolf river
nn the Memphis and Raleigh road.
This t.rid ire will require a span over
the river 100 feet long and one over the
slough at south end 171) leet long and
4:10 feet of viaduct bridging interven
ing between the main spans. Re-
With -elf-Meaeurlnt; Cards, sent by mall on application. Ton ean have a pew set of Shirts
made byaending us an old one to meaaure by. WRIXK FOR OUR PRICKS.
MEMPHIS STEAM SHIRT FACTORY,
221 SECOND ST.
Memphis Steam Laundry,
i 224 SECOND STREET.
We have the Latest Imi roved Troy Laundry Company's Machinery.
C OM.AItS, CVFFN and SHIBTS I.anndrled Equal t New.
CALLS AMD DELIVERIES FREE. WORK CAN BK SENT BY MAIL OR EXPEJ8S. 4
LAOElCUUTAINN A SPECIALTY.
I'tllU rivwr, tl .III. . ni.niifan ""J,
Vicksburg, 0 a.rn Departed: City of
Vicksnurg, Vickshurg, mituiigtit; Jo
seph R.Viltiama, New (Vienna, 6 a.m.:
'ort r.ads ana luirgee, wew urieane,
a.m.; Arkansas tJity, i. i ui, nam.
Night Kiver 50 feet 11 inchei on the
gauge and statinnary. Weather clear
and pleasant. No arrivals or depart
ures of rejiibr pacKeta.
WKATIIKR AMU HIVKKM.
Omen Signal Skrvk-k, U. S. A., 1
Mkmi-hib, April It), 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations numed at 75 meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
A LL T1IO.SK having d:op, unwholesome
X - cellars to teleih no.
OARDER:' At 14U Madison; nice rooms.
iJ K,ro T transients afmironinisi.
AGETt5 In every section ol the country
for two New Hooks, just ready. SpactAL
TKKHdto men of experience capable of fill
ins a l.irse territory. State experience, nee
and territory wanted. t'ASStLL A CO.
(limited), 82 Broodway, !". V., and iO Dear
born street. Chicago.
aLKSMKi In everv Sinte In the I' ion
to represert a PtINT M ANL'FACTl'R
iSU ESTABLISHMENT having several
SfxoiAt Tias thatare popular and easy soll
inf. Can be handled alone or in connection
wth other gcods. Addrcs TUB WM. B.
PRIC2 MAKUfU. CO., BALTIMORE, MD.
not a. reprenentert.
Price "end upward.
P.ini.hlet fre. All
orif rs miist be sent to AmrrlcHnfJHlveio
let o , 7fttt lIro.ilr, new Yoik, at
all unr Western offices are ill.eeinliij.
nm of Toutlifn! intnrudenoe
eausina Prmatare DecAT. ervou. lleoilit;
fc-liT 1 IUlIiL A tfi
h h .tl i ... l-'UKK tohie fellow-eofferr.
i! J.U.ai;LVlis.tJObaUiamlJUJew a
lAE'tOCRATS TO TBE PR0ST-T ni.
Mirhoo.t haTina; tried in vain every
prrwiai seeking uovernment bin
plovment in any ot toe aepaninemi
Va-h:iigtou, or any other iositiont undo
theliovcrnment, I willstnd lull instruction
as to how to ,reeeMl lo obtain the same,
tnd lllank t'oruisef Aplleinn on
recoipt " Or. Dollar. Aunreaet JOHN
It. biauu, Lock-bom , .
The Beaall of Umnosi la the Honth-
The non-arrival of Brotighton and
Smith, the newlv signed catchers,
aain threw the Memphis nine into
confusion yesteruay, anu resmicu m
an overwhelming defeat by a score of
12 to 1. It was apparent irom tne nrei
inning that the boys were badly
l.rnba mill it. 1R hIhO VCrV OVillfllt tllllt
the local nine will find it diflicult to
secure a catcher who can stand up and
take the punishment involved lnstov
ping Knoufl's balls. Fusselbnch gave
it up yesterday in denpair in the first
inning after three men had scored ;
then Whitehead tried it for two in
nings, Fusselbach going to third, and
he had to give it up after being badlv
bunged up. This made a change all
round necessary, Sneed taking the
pitcher's box, Lavin go'ng to short.
Whitehead returning to third, and
Knouff going to center field. Of
course, under such conditions victory
was out of the question and a white
wash seemed imminent, and was only
averted by tbe clever base-running of
Phelan, who managed to score.
The terrace was crowded with ad
mirers of the home nine, but they
soon sickened when tho wire began to
talk in this strain: "Steams up,
tnki base on balls, Corcoran up, hits
over wtcond base for one bag, Stearns
to second. Conlev up, wild
pitch, advancing Stearns to fhird.Cor
coran to eecond, Conley up, passed
ball, Stearns scores, Corcoran to third,
Conley takes basn on balls, PelU up,
wild pitch, Corcoran scores, uoniey
going to third. Pcltz makes his third
strike at a ba'l that goes over Fusael
baeh's head, landing h m safe at first
and Conley scoring, FusHclbach takes
off mask and gloves and refuses to
catch further, Whitehead takes h s
tilanp und Fusselbach goes to third,
Decker hits foul fly to Andrews
out, Smith up, l'eltz steals
second, passed ball, Pelt scores,
Smith strifes out, Walsh hits to sec
ond, out at lira, side out, four runs."
This was rather depressing-so much
so much so that even Nat Graves,
whose beaming smile under adverse
circumstances lias earned for him the
title of -Mark Tapley, was heard to
ejaculate feebly, "This ii tough."
In the second inning Malloy got
base oa balls, a passed ball carried
him to second, Geiss struck out,
Whitehead (catcher) throws wild to
second and Malloy makes third;
Stearns hits to third (Fusselbach),
who throws wild to first, Malloy scor-
To Momtow the Drowns play in
At Philadelphia: Metropolitans, 4 ;
rin...-L-i Inut vunr will, rjiwlt villa
nf&l,u. lun, i v ... ,,,.. "
and Memphis, has Bigned with the Al-
toonu, l'a., cluD.
St. Louis, Apiil 1!). St. Louis
Brows. 10: PitUiburg, a. Same day:
St. Louis Browns, 8 ; Pittsburg, 4.
Gamks to-day: Memphis nt Savan
nah. AtlanUis at Augusta, Nashvilles
at Macon, Chattanooga at i;naries-
Mkmpiiis Rustiiius a crnshing defeat.
The nine is badly demoralized for want
of efficient catchers, and Knouff com
pelled to retire.
Tit Athletics defeated the Cleve
land Sunday by a score 17 to 1. Struck
out hv Goldsmith. 17: by llocco, 14.
Base hits -Athletics, 10; (Jlovelanu, l.
A novki, feature of the report by
wire of the Atlanta-Charleston games
was the actual running of tho bases
by uniformed boys, who obeyed the
telegraph instrument in their moves
around he diamond.
Tub Nationals 'and Concords, two
local amateur nines, played a game at
Scutterslleld Sunday, which resulted
In the defeat of the former by the score
of 0 to 6. The crack pitcher, Brady, of
the Nationals, was hit very hard.
Thk Brooklyns played an errorless
game at Bal imore yesterday, but were
defeated because of their inability to
hit Ki roy. Only 'wo hits were made
off him and four off Hariins. Attend
ance,' 6000. Baltimore, 2; Brooklyn, 0.
The Cherry Blossoms of Poplar
street d feated the I ladden Leagues by
a score of 17 to 7, tbe firmer not tak
ing their last inning. The batteries
were Cunningham and Leith for the
former, anil Taylor and Uose for the
Chaki.bston bas it bad Hl'iO paid
tickets were taken at the gate the first
iraiiie: 7H0 ladies graces the grand
stand. With such patronage Charles
ton can all'or.l to pay the limit for
every player in her team, which would
make tier very strong.
The Eckfords have organized for
the season of 188U as follows: K
I .iirden. n. : Williams, c. f. : Carr, r. f. ;
Ward. 3d b.: Smith. 8. s.: Novisky, 1.
f.; Mctirath, c; Boro, 2d b.; Haley,
1st b., and will play the Athletics at
the new park; next Mumay.
Tub first game on the home grounds
at Louisville was witnessed by 10,000
ticoulo. and was won by the IxiuiS'
villes by hard hitting at tho right
time. Unmsevs pitching was tne
feature. He struck out fourteen men
The Score : Louis ville 4 ; Cincinnati, 3.
Tub PitUburgs defeated the Browns
yesterday in a very finely played
o-ntriH. the chief features of which were
the fielding of Smith and Glenn, the
catching of Ringo and the batting of
Glenn and Uonusiey. score: Drowns,
5 : PitUburg, 6.
.1 IIHT Ml itch that bov Kilroy. of last
year's Augusta, striking out the heav
iest hitters in the American Aasocia
tion without difficulty. This boy,
nnlv nineteen, was anxious to couin to
Memphis, and so declared himself to
in rcnorter. wnai a treasure nc
would nave been.
If O'Leary pitches to-day with a
good back stop, there is no reason
why Memphis should not hold the
Savannah alnggera down to a reasona
ble score. If Chattanooga can play
them 2 to 5. whv mav not Memphis,
with a good battery, have a fighting
chance to wm?
The Charleston Nrvxani Omrtrr of
.r l.Vh fwvs: Manager CnBlimsn
returned to the city yesterday,-vt"r a
wbpIt sment to otrea, narrow at the
North in signing new player with
mhlch ti strenothen the Charleston
clnb. H has secured Frank Uar,lnr
r,t teuMin'fl K.ltimores. who 's
mrst valuable all-mund player. For
the pnent he will guard tho tight
field and do some 'if t'm heavy balling
for Ohu'leston. John Richmond, late
rf tin. T'iMshnrcra. bai been signed for
J - . . . r, . t i,n
cennr neitl. i.ou pay, mm "
Afiletii-s and Mutrop .litarta, will phty
t-bort ttnp, ai.J W. A. Holland t the
f.mnna Duaker Citv and Portland
clubs will told down third bag.
F.D. M. OOI.K.
J. 8. GALLOWAY.
UNION BAILWAT COMPANY.
The Union Railway Company asked
permission to lay its tricks offer the
Beginning at a point on Broadway,
near and east of the southern limit',
and running thence along Robeson
avenue to its point of intersection
with the Memphis and Charleston
railroad, thence along kast avenue
noithward with its intersection with
Union avenue, thence northward
along the most feasible line to Avers
street, and tbence northward along
A vers street across the Louisville and
Nashville railrcad to its point of Inter
section with Ohio avou ue.thence north'
ward alona Marlev avenue to Valen-
Linn avenue, and thence westwaidly
along the most feasible line to tho
intersection ot Swayne ami unnaiey
thence westward alo' g Brink-
Inv avnniin its entire length, and
thtnoB wHttward alcna the moat teas!
hln line to Wolf river. The applica
tion was signed by Colton Ureen
nrr ai dunt. und Sam Tate, ir.. Seort taiy
, - ,,
Referred to uoieman, uatioway
Mason, Winters and hlliott.
BE80LDTI0NS OF B ESI EOT.
Justices Qulcgey, Strickland, Jor
dan and Slauahter were aDDointed a
committee to draft resolutions of re
spect for the memory of the late Jus
COPIES OK ORDKBS.
The Clerk of tbeCourt wai instructed
to finish copies of orders passed by
the court whenever desired.
SALARY OK SITEBINTENDENT Of WOBK
The talarv of W. H. Moncrief, fore
man of the Work-House road working
force, was increased from $00 to 176.
TJ PRACTICE LAW.
License to Drat tice law in tbe Magls
tiates' Courts was furnished, on appli'
cation, to L. Murray Browne.
TIIK COUNTY TAX.
The Countv tax f ir the ensuing year
whs (I rod f s follows on the I1UU valu
ation, County lax, general purposes,
30 cents; school tax, ju cents:
Mnmnhis and Ohio railroad con
non tax. 10 cents.
Memphis anu uruo rauronu riuani
fund tax, 3 cents.
Turnpike tax, .10 cents.
Interest tax, .04 cents.
Hinhway tax, .05 cents.
Bridge tax, 10 cents.
Poll tax, foracbooli, 10 cents.
County tsx, privilege, 10 cents;
turnpike, 'i cents.
The bridge tax is new item and
will realize mors than enough to pay
for the two new iron bridges ordered.
The Memphis and Ohio River railroad
lax was raised fiom 2 to 3 cents, but
there were no other changes from last
year. The license for legitlma-e
theaters was reduced from $400 to $-00
perannnm and for variety theaters
from $300 to $200, and batchers license
from $25 to $10. There were no other
changes In existing rates. The court
adjourned nntil next Monday.
1 hfiSaf tonal t'himplntehlp Trophy
V.,v York. Anril 17 Mr. E-ajt;is
Wjmsn, before et,nnR for Italy
.1 rOorrd in the cas'ody of
Mi.tr.innli'an Batch i'.I Club a soli
o.i,.or t.n:ihv. the nar'nununt ('ruble
i fv,, rhami.irinhiD of the Americ.in
Association, td be held etch y ar by
the club that ia awnrdf J '.ha av.oaa
r. CAHPSn.l., Proprle-I
.; Joeeplt B. Williams and tow.
river, 6 a.m. : Arkamas City.
NOTICE TO 8H1ITKKS.
erOwiea to tha hiih water the steamef
DKAN ADAM8 will have for Helena end
Friars Point every MONDAY andTUl'R.
1AY at 5 o'olock p.m., and for Osceola an 4
Uold Dust every WKDNKSDAY and 8AT-
UKDAV at 10 o'eloek a.m., until lurtber
notiee. J AH. l.KK. Kup't.
Feet. lOths lOths lOths
8 5 4
. 1 4
10 3 2 -
12 9 1(1
11 5 2
11 6 6
12 4 11 -
' "ii iT" 3:1 "
85 8 S -
, 14 5 21
VI 5 2
5 8 7
22 6 4
, 0 4 2
,41 3 I 3
Danarrr l.ln Keot ami tenth of a foot
above aero ol iiko :
Oairo, 4 loot.
La CroNSe. U4.
b'. Louis, M.
Thattanooaa, i feet.
New Orleans, 1X2.
Ht. Paul, 7.
Mr ike the Iron While It's Hot.
In order to move onr immense atock we
make the following offer:
Hood Straw Hats at 2fr. I'm. N)o and 7fo
E ra Fine Ktraw HaU at....il, II 2fi, II 60, 12
Small Hlraw IlonneU, all oolors Nlo
Kitre Wide Driin Uata, for oountry Je
Beautiful Roses, all oolors, per doien.
Violets, per doien
Hnltercups, per doien
Carnation Pinks, per dnaen
Kleaant Uunohe- "f Flowers..
Special Notice For Marion.
P. t. tTnffelman.
Will loave the loot of Jefferson street i
Verien, at a.m. anil p.m.
FOR NEW ORLKAN8.
Nt. Loll la unit New Orleiaine) Anchor
I li.-IJ. N. MmII-KOHNKW OKLKANS.
City ol New OrleansrT'sgiv
A. J. Carter, master, "Sucraai
Will leave tbe Klevator TUKMDAi, April
2Un, t 4 p.m. Por frelant or passaie apply
0. L. 111.1., Pans. Aat. A l HTO K M, tW t,
FOR OAIRO AND 8T. LOUI.s.
l.lntt-l'.Ni Mall UA1KU M lit. LOU 13.
City of Providencefv"5!3
eo, uarveil master, -wjiiiwwii n
Will leave the KlevaUir Tills DAi, April
2mh, al e p.m. ror Iraisht or
O. L. it l.i.. eass, am. w
or passage apply
D HTOHM. Hup't,
FOR U)UI8VILLE A CINCINNATI
Memphis ana Cincinnati Packet Ut, '
VOW t,'IHH.I.IJ AI. IKHJ1H.1I ATI.
Jani4V4 W. afl'.uBfi
John F. Jones. ..master.
pru a. at o p.m.
ply to 0, H. RUS-
Will leave J HUKSDAV, April U, at ft
or ireiani ur pwnti i'i'ty v,
SKLL, Alien t. No. Ii Madison at. Telephone
v.. n JOHN CAHH. Puaannr Arant.
Hleamer OlllU lollowa, leaving iiumiar,
Weniplila and Vlckshnrir Packet Com
piuijr U. N. Mall Line.
For Helena, t'oneordia, Terrene and Arkaa
Hiiv The aletant psssenser iteareer
KATE ADAMS, r.
M. R.OIieek...inaaMrl W.O. Blauker...olerl
irirvuv unvii.i V mm A 'I'llltuanAV ,1 I
Il.VE.nil jTiuLiin I .' , i. ...7 .... , -
p. io., ros.rvlna the right to pass all landing - I
the eaptaln mar deem unsafe. For general '
information appl? at office. No, 4 Madlaoa
treet. K. W ALWuriTU. Agenj.
JIIIIN flARH. P.is'r A vent. Telephone
FOK TIPTON VILLE.
For Osceola, Hale Point. OaruthertrtUe.
U a join and Tliitonvllle The sew ateames
W. F. Hall master J, D. Fuller. ...MOlert,
will leave aa above, and all v poinu,
KVP1MV MONDAY and THURSDAY at 4
p rn For frlvn nr uni" on nonra.
Arkamas ltlvcr I'Jt't Co.
Str. JOE PETERS, aV5
B. B. Bmlth ... master. aT-Mif
Leave Memphlt K v ery TU BH I) A Y, l& P.oi
11. 0.LOWK, Agent,
Office, No. Madison st. Telephone No. M.
ADDITIONAL II I VEILS.
Pittsbcbg, April 19-Noon River 6
feet 7 inches on the franire and falling.
Weather clear and warm.
Whkklino. vV.Va.. April 1!!. Noon
River 0 feet 3 inches on the ganue
and falling. Weather clear end pleasant.
Vicksbcbo, April 19. Night De
parted: J. F. Walton and tow, 1'itta
bnrg; Oakland and barjres, New Orleans.
Ht Tinia. Anril 1!). Nialit River
' . k - . l o.i f .... .
risen 1 lncn, sna now sinue imv
3 Inches on the uaime. Weather clear
f!fMfTMIf ATI. An ril 1!). N'lon-Rivei
falling, with 2U feet 3 Inches on the
gauge. Weather clear; thermouieler
74. Arrivsd: Oniding Wtar, ew ur
leans, last night.
TinisviLi.t Anril 19. Noon River
fallinsf, with 11 fwt 5 inchts in the
ranal and 9 feet 3 incheff on the falls.
,Tpather clear ami mini. Business
' air. Departed : Thomas Sherlock, New
F.vansvii.l, April 10. Noon Riv r
fallinn, with lit) 7-10 feet on the gangf .
Watlmr dear and warm. Business
oo'iwa A rrivml : James W. Gaff, Cin
finnnti. ft a m. Departed: Dick Fulton
umltiw. New Orleans. Night-River
fllino- with 42 3-10 leet on thegange,
W Anther clear and warm. BusineKS
tvitlve. Departed: Jti.V. Gaf, 12 m
Ciiro. AdH! 1!) Noor River 50 feet
11 in. lies ' n the eonae ami Mationary,
Airiirml ! CM vol New Orlean.-.St Louie,
7 r, m. ! Citv of Vickbbur?, 8t. Louis, 9
p.m.; Tort' Kds and barges, St. Loui
K.xtra Fine Bunoh.s of Flowers r!?
I Prannn Tnmfp. frOlU tl lit ft
...inrli i lia I : In banrh) for ane
Fruits, Leaves, rltetni, all kinds of oil
terUl to make Artificial i lowers. '
lli-itlnl Hiitl MournloK OiiiOIr
The Finest Ashortmont of DOLL? In tie oltv
lata KeMtmpril, fpnlhrra Clraaed
ly(Hl ami 4 prlnl.
O0LD EN HAIR WASH by the uia) or
We Make a Specialty of Milliuerj
Employing the best hands In the city, give
our whole attention to It, and wo doff oom
petition, in that line. .
TriiHtec'H Nale. . .
BY virtue of the authority veitrd in me as
trustee of the esUte ot W . II . Bolton, de
eeased, as the tueoessor in ptllr ol K.
Kmith. trustee, by decree of tbe Hupreme
Oourt of Tennessee in raie or b, a. uannon
Tl. K. M. Appersen anu otners, i, w
fjlauihler, trustee as afore, id, will off.r ror
ale, at public outirv, at the eourlhouse
oor, in the cltyol Beropnia, anu ki u.
h.i and best bidder, oomueuoing
promptly at 12 o'clook in., on
HaatardKjr, ItM Iy of May, 1M.
h. fnllowlnr described real .state, to-wit:
The east half of lot . in block Nl. on the
plan of the city oi mempnis, on i.i nvmu
west corner of Linden and Driver streets, in
aid eity. having a front of 10 feet, more or
ess, on the norm uueoi umueu
'unnlng baok between parallel lines about
41W f.eti the frentof the eaia lot oeing nw
feet, less rne-nan oi iinor ,n
tbe eaat side th.-reof, leaving about l feet
front, together with the improvements, con-
istlng oi i ivo-iwrr our. u""";f
Tbe torenouao now oocupieu " "v-
person a lo,, no. tmy ri
6 Jefferson street, renting lor Hum ier. an
num. . . . . ,i. . ,
Koiluence o. :w wun V . . .
I'iO per month, having i ironi pi .x leei a
aches, nyauepinoi ..n - wb,mi wv
cupied by r.y. neiuoi, uevw.u.
liouse ana ioi n noriu .mo n
street, fronting m leet, anu running nat-a i
Old Union street, known aa No. .1,4 Union,
renting tor la) per month.
House and lot en east side of Orleans street,
te'i feel front by Ito leet deep, known aa lot
Ro. e of . m, late auoui.i.ion.
Also, lot HO I, Slime suouirmiuu, .'.ii-v.
Lot No' S of W. R. Harris's subdivision.
on Cow Island road, containing u ihi
MemplilH& White ItiferPktCo
11. 8. MAIL JUINK-
STR. CHICKASAW, ;Eir
K. 0. Postal.,. master I 0. M.lfortal. "rl
(iluyoasdo.l, ItnTralle BlafT, DtM Arw,
, antnalit, JiH'kaoaiMirl and Nrary.
LKAVKr, MflVI Fll Id kvery WKDNlCbWAl,
etf. ii. in. Throned ratna to all point.
Freight consigned to " Memphlt and Whltt
h-t Puiket Cimpany" t'l beforwarde
promi.tly a. U. LOWB, Age
N ... 8 M-rllsnn st. Telenbone No. M. 1
FOIt WHITE UIVEK. f
Mcuiplil,hlie& Black Hirer Packet
For Helena, DoValU UlufT. De Deg Are. .
gusu, Newport and Batesvllle. The nel ;
and elegant sidewheel passenger (team ,
Milt llnrrv ,,.....mier I
Will leave KVKR HATURDAY at5o'clc,
p.m. lnroniin rates to an pomu. r'a;
consigned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis,.,
be promptly forward-d. W.J. P. DOYL
Offloe Nta.llson st Telephone 39. '
Jaaai B FaAiiLli, FuHUSSt Agent. Tel.
ephonw tn. -
The St.Franuta Kj er TranaportatloW
Co.'i Vine 81 leYUieel U. 8. Wall 8Uamai
Rene Macreaay, .--"
. TUEftDAY, I
at ft o'olock, for Mariana. tbethit-Off.aadl
i......ni. Uiiain.Mia tit. Franeia river I
The captain reserves the right jpagg aU
landings he deems oneafe. JAB. LBB. Jr.j
TO kunopis! i
leek's Ker!agi ParUe leave Ii
April, May. June and July. Send for Pre i
''t mat vldnal Xoaral TlekeU for trav
in Kurope and all part of the globe. ta, .
....TUh.l.V. all lin. nf .Inlkmera. I
ox,' Kaenralonlat, with mape, pub, t
llthed monthly, by mail for Tia Ca-ini. J
IMWI. 0K e )
A.f Urnndway, New Yorlt. I
Ter'm One-third cah, the bilance in 12
months, with interest, secured by lien, ine
tit'es are peneot, but I nil only as trustee.
Kurtnerintorma'iou can o "niiiii
the undorsigned, li.C. KLAl'tl HTM,
iru'tee eeiato vr . ii. iiouou, uvu .
RJP. Jordan, Attorney. .
Utcai.THIH fVEAI.TII.-Da. C. C.
Wist". NgRVg n 11a ta TaiiTiiittT'
a guarnntee l spooiflo for Hysteria, Uiii -
ne.'S, ui.nvutston.f , r in, iior ;u .
B,, Headache. Nirvc Prostration, caused
by the use of alcohol or t. baceo; ake
fulncss, Mental Depression, S't.-iiing of the
Brain, rosumnx in insanuj uu
miory. .docay and death: Premature
Age, llarrenness, Lose ol Power in either
- Involuntary Losses and r-hertniitor-rhea,
e i'- ) by over-eaertion i the brain,
sell-abuso or o tindulgenee. Larh box oon
Uins one mora treatment, tl box, ol
six boxea lor 5, en. t mall prepaid, on
receiptor price. W- gur..tit.-e Six lxei
to cure any eae. With each ordor reeeivej
by us fo' six boxes, accompanied Vi . i.
..it .n.l thM ourchaser out- written
nam. tee to refund the money '.f tbe treat
ment doe. ot effect a cure. Ou.ranteei
is.uod only b. A M.KMs.r.LI, A CO., Drut
gUU. MemphU. I.no.
I I f4ljbflV.
3 trial Ciotltal Ol Isadwav . 1
W hav toM I
tile, antl i rnr
to. r$. John M honey i. I
It iikeirinc fmn the bill and petition (
or wriiiirt IK tlMtitrn In I D LUIB Vm ty vu
tho de!ondnt, Wm. V. Peasley, is a rv f
dent of Louisville, Stato of Kentucky. an;
on-resident ol tne oiaie oi lenurerevi i
the unknown h.iis of Ths. i. aianone t
deeeft'e.l, wnose lisnw.Bur.-iu.ii. j
not be ancertained atterdiliaent lnqnil .
who are interonted la the eat half ol lot
J 1). Armour'e subdivis u of country i
4ii, 3Hxl4'ii feel, south side Madison strc. J
it Is tnereiiTo rwn,, am, .-vr , v
their PioarMioe herein, at ine courtnou
of Mbe'.in' county. In Memphis, Tenn., oa
before the tir.t Aionuay in jiaj, iw'. j
plead, ansaer or domur to compinmw
bill andpetitiun ol 1 aurenoe Lamb, Hoc-it
or tho sative will bo taken for eoilje
as to tliein and ret tor hearing
parte; anu that a copy of this order be p
Imbed ea.-e a week, for four gut e
weeks, in, the Memphis Appeal. 'l,;us ,
day of Mie-ch. 1S.V. A ropy ettestt
S I. M. 6ow RLL, Clerk and Mute
By U. F. Wulkh, leput CUrk and V l
Metral' A W aiket and L. Lst t,
cr oo'xt si.naat.