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aw We inUntfc. make this plw-.i-l J J v a U U M
FAR fill If (III HUT.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21. 1SSC.
MOTHER SWAMP AJGEL.
JOHSSON OFRICEYILLE, A0rEI
STORE HOUSE. ETC. At 6hlby Station.
Mm., iter hou, saloon, itaMee ana
OTII. RSADY rDEKIBHllD. for fur,?' P'r"
ttculars apply to J H. 6TAF0KU.
IMLE OF PAPERS From Shelby Chan
cery Court, in cut of Cuinmins end
ethers against Edmonds and others. Any
rrmn returning sa , e to UOLMhS CUM
INS will he rewarded.
Cl W HITE COWS "ne with rope around
Z hevi. $5 reward for th-nr return to H.
B. TtAKTQN. near Oorve, Hen nndo roal.
ROOMS AM) HOARD
Thia powder naver rries. A Barrel
pnr.iy, strength ar-d whol-onteness. More
economical thin the ordinar; kinds, and
cannot bo sold In ompelition wih'the
taultito.de ot low tort, hor weight aluu- or
phaepeate povtders. Sola o i?viean. rtoiAi.
OOM-Furnihed room, with or without
b' ard, at Hi) Conrt tret.
BOARDERS wiBhinir comfortable homee
with exoe lent table aooommodation
will 6nd it ifmatly to their ad van tane lo
cometoths Polk Houe, 3(16 Second street.
Ianiiit will be well cared for at leu than
one balf theufual bot-1 frees.
M. W. VOLK, Manaier.
JOM'3 AND BOARD IJeiirable room
snd i oard at72M iditon Hreet.
SJ. JiMJVS UUlibfivor. oecoou kuu n'i
. irt. Room and board 15 por week.
Day boirdera wnted.
For TratM ec.
WK are aothoriied to annnun-e J0I1N
M uKlltl.KV Hi a candiUta tor
Tru'tee ot Shelby county at the enxuitiK
Aocuat election, subject lu the actio) of the
Fer lllorarr-lii npral.
K are authorised to annonnre OEOtGE
R I'krt.KS. Jr.. ns a ciindidatc fur
nflinn of Attornov-Honcral. lubtect toihe
axtion of the retbocratic Convention.
J-. candidate lor
lAKD With eioellent room,
124 ADAMi STRKET.
K NICE JUki id ii
furnithed or unfurnixbed.
ithout board, at 117 Wadiaon at.
Killed by Ills Pursue re-Hi Partner,
Bell, Rrleaxed by a gri)
TWO largo nnturnirhed room, with or
witheut board, at f Madii-on atreet, cor
CALL ON MADAM PFTER8.
THE GYPSY CLAIRVOYANT,
who rereali the pant, present and future
brims the separated together, and causes
apeed7 marriages; can beoonsulted in regard
to dead o' living friendi or enemies. LA
DIES IN TROUBLE CALL. Having all my
Gyp"? powers by inheritance and tradition,
ever fail to give satisfaction. Call at
17 JEFrBHBON STREET, Up-stalrs.
lANCRFB CAN BE CURED.
KJ Dr. 11UN1BR, 117 Court at., removea
Cancers, Tamors, Ulcers and Skin Diseases,
witpont tne gnne. tomuimiuin iree.
I R. RACHEL GOWLINO-Sreo allst in
ls Maternal uiseases, ttoy roam at-cct.
T)EV.8. L. KNIGHT, Healing Evangel-
IV ist, 117 Court at. Office hours. 1U a.m.
US p.m. Come and get cured of you- so
eal'ei inenrab'e diseases.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement l'ump. Contractor and brick-
layer. Telephone 888. THOH. VII UB1MH.
MB. TRBZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
. LAW, .Varine and Commercial Notary
Fublic, Ijomimssioner oi jjeeua anu u. n.
. . . i .ij ,m v ,. ij u,i;
VommissiOHer. ai nie ou uiuc, n. u -V"
on street. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
icned announces that he U a
lor Keriotcr, and aks the
sunnort ot the voter of Shelby county. 11
lntel. will endeavor to give satiafiction in
hAdiiphtrntni the auiiea oi tne itmoe. anu
uaoes bis claims suojeot to ti'e action ot toe
unty Deniocrat'c unoventmn.
THOS. 11. CRENSHAW.
Memphis, March 28, IW.
8 A. DOUQLAS. of Ker ville, Tenn., is a
. undidate for RKGIsTtR. subject to the
aotiot of the Democratic Convention.
Jadtreof the t'lrcnlt Conrt.
We are authorised to announce that JOHN
JOHNSTON is a cand'datc for Judge of the
Clreuit Court nl bneiny uounty, suojcci to
aotion of the Democratic Convention,
We are authorised to announoe L II. ES-
TBS, JR., asaoandidate forjudge of ihe
Circuit Cou't, (ubject to me acuon ci me
COW-On March 28th. Owner can have
same by proving proper y and peying
eh.raes. .fpHN I'KNTY.
(1HEAP FOR CASH A MOO PIANO, with
J all modern improvements, cheap fur
cathi party foing awav Anplyat
no. irt aeningion sireov.
THE LICENSE Citv, State and County
of a busineS' that en be made to pay:
also, fine office desk, chairs, i'to. t i.e capital
required. Cal' at 15 Union street, up-staira,
between Main and Front.
C CHIHUAHUA (MEXICAN) DOU-dood
J ret fur children. Amlr at 17 Jefferaan
A FINK half JERSEY COW AND CALF.
Address) P. M., at Iliviley SU.. Tenn.
( "10TTAGB-Feur rooms, 68 Auction street.
J Apply at ."8 Third st.
"lOrTAQF Four rooms at 49 Mosby at.
rnilBHQ RTHUIC No. l.rS Mnabv street.
tj. containing S wmi; house No. 112S
llashv street, eor.taining 4 rooms. Store and
fixtures at Nea. 147M and 140 Poplar atreet.
F lfKLLY.To?ER A REILLY, 392 Main at.
(fl0 BU1LDINU L0T,S-'m Kale only five
ITJA days onger. Call and eo tn
Of 92 Monroe street,
"I10U8B No. 75 Adams street, on oorner
J Libird: inree auiries ; goou repairi irom
July 1,1880. J011H w. uunnia.
808 Second atreet.
-377 Orleana atreet,
inat aouth of Vanoe (on the new atreet
car line): nouae in goou repair.
H. W. HARRIS. 800 Frontat.,
TTOITRR Two atorv frame. 35 Market at.
new, with all modern improvements.
Apply to L. sTKUZ. ru Main St.
TPURNISflED R00M8-Forgent and for
X' honsekeeping, at 11B Court atreet.
rpM'O elegant front rooms, furnished or
X unfurnished. Apply at Bit Adams St.
"DOOMS Furnished or unfurnished, at 118
XV Second atreet. References required.
learn all aboat th-iu a' No 278 M
(hasementj t bona fide sale.
TiARM -A Great Barcain S25 ssrea 100
P acres partly cleared. In Dallas la.. Ark.
Fine timber, pure water, fine atoch range.
wintor and summer; will sell or c.hange.
For particulars apply at Appeal, j.m. ii.
"1UITAR-0ne3 8. VRrtin A Co Kuitar,
iTwithoase. Piico Ml. UOUCI'b MU-
B1C STORE, M9 Main atreet
ROCKAWAY tiood econrt-hant rocka
way, cheap. App'y to Wood Ajwoope.
WELLINGTON STREET REIDNCE
7 rooms. Al order, first-cla neigh
borhood; a reat bargain
M. K CUri A it A i ja aitin si.
". K Y Cottage Residence
iVX derdalest.i large lot
PIANOS A largo assortment ofcond
hand Pianos, some as good new.
Prices from t no ward. A Chouoring
Grand, cheap for owh. i
a. w 1 1 it .nAriji a
ORGAN A good pipe organ, ha-ing two
banks of keys, U stops, and 1J, octave
pedal baea, at Beeond rros-vterian fnurcii,
Memphis. Address 8. WITZMAN-f A CO.
17URNI8UED ROOMS-Apply at
J? 117 COUI
10TTAGB Nice) eotuge, with ill
street. Part oastn
KJ provements; out-buildings; on paved
Address, care oi appeal,
10TTAGE Three rooms, oistern. at 257
Ky Georgia street. Arply next room.
ClOTfAGK No. 414 Lau ierdale, 7 rooms
in good reiiair, good oistern ; $2o per
month. Apply to rio.aiH Main street.
O ROOM. En suite, Lee Block, third floor
Zl front. Apply at No. 4 Madison St.
pQGS-Pure Plymouth Rock and Brewn
Leghorn egss, at II ror h.
JOUNSON A (i1JI.NNEB.2S2 Front.
tiir Tfe i DH t'T UT A V IPk i II If A I n
JJ ca-lots. bRINKLEY LUMUKR CO.,
124 Jefferson streot.
A LABAMA SPLINT COAL In any quan-
fPWO good Cnatmakera and one Busheler.
Apply at 192 Main street.
SMART WHITE BOY
One not afraid of work.
275 Main street, up-staira.
T7(VKRYRODY To call and see the cele-
Jjj brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
PRESSMAN First-olasa Cylinder Press
man can find a steady sit and good pay
at office or illlCUiiLi, is h. i us,
nni- ood second-hand SHOTGUN.
Vjf breech-loa-Ier, standard mnke, pistol
grip, 32 inch, 12 gaogo, about VA pounds.
Apply at room 3, Cotton r.ictiannc.
PATTERSON & CO., Agents.
IT1GGS fog HATCtilNU rrom pure Dreed
Xli Partridge Cochin, Brown Leghorn, Black
Snanish and Plymouth Hook stock- Address
vi iit ..-.1. I..H-TTUV V1I1TW
I, tvr. r.. LJ rw min iniiu.'ivi
A COMPLETE TUH'S SODA APPA-
A RATUS Fountains, geterator, etc. at
IlARPMAJiN 1SKU. R, flinin si
-T.-MWR PAVIKtJ HOTEL 111 M NESS Bit
X uated in one o; the linst towns in the
South. Does a business : over eiouii per
month, liar can uoauaeaiot.no ouoiuuno.
if desired. For terms, addre.-s
J. b. m., liox iik, merHiiun. juibb
fiTTTTATTftN Pv a voung lady as teacher '.
O in nublio or private school, celt reter
A. M. I., Memphis, Tenn
1 ; HITBGIRL Todogeneral nousewon.
f v Apply at 107 wasningion street.
f OOD COOK Must be wall recvommonded.
VJ Apply at this omce. i
rlOLORED MAN To wotk is house.
J Apply at 72 Madison street.
IADIES and Gentlemen, in city or coun-
trv. lnb work at their hemes :
11 to ftl a nt easilv mads: work Sent by
mail: no canvassing, we nave a goon de
mand for our work, and furnish steady jm-
inoruient. Address, ultti ium, tnunn
M r II CO.,2i4 V ne St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
"IIRL For general homework; white
VJ preferred. Inquire at 18 Hernando St.
T0S1T10N-Aa Stenographer and Type-
X w riter; terms reasonable. A, this onice.
7HfTE WOVIAN-To lemn new shirt
V V iron sr. MEMPMIS NTEAM LAUN-
DRY AiND SU1RT FACTORY, 224 Seoond.
TDLACKSMITn A good I la-rsmith to run
XJ a country shop. Must alio be a good
wood workman. Good wages piid. Call on
or address D. J. ALLEN A CO.,
a laree. responsib e
Barclay street house in his own locality and
outside large cities. A remunerative salary
to right pa:ty. References exchanged. Ad-
areas r3Ar.UL.A I , iiox i:tv, . I.
GENTS With small capital. We have
something new. no risk, iarre urouta.
apectM -day otter, write at oi ce.
tMrlnH i;i., vWi vanai streei, . i .
feet water fro t, V teet aeep. rnr ran
intormation addreas WM. A. DEAN,
47 Lexington street, Bfiiiimore.jmi
TKNNK3SKK STATE CBKTIlf lOAx aa-
k aeivl anv and itl iuas to th
A N INTELLIGENT,
XX. man to represent
TTIGH K-Tcash prices paid for old and new
XX rKATilKKS IH4 jtain streei.
TTiVERY ON E In need of a hard, smooth.
XlJ durable and waterproof pavenent or
Ui'Or, examine nfl,n guiivmas wi-
LL THOSE having damp, unwholesome
cellars to telephone tfyl.
OARDERS At 140 Madison; nice rooms,
good fare ; transient aofommofataa.
AGENTS In every section of the country
for two New Books, just ready. Sfcul
Tiaus to men of experience capable of fill
ing a large territory. State experience, age
and territory wanted. CASbbLb A 10.
(limited), 822 Broadway, N. Y., and 40 Dear-
corn street. Chicago.
. 1 tLRRMEN-In evnrr State in the C' Ion
O to rerreser.t a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
SrECiALTiasi thatare popular and easy seil
inr. Can be handled alone or in connection
with thr goods. Address TilK WM. B.
I'iiiCS iJAJfCiG. CO., BAUJM0P.2, KV.
Strike the Iron While It's Hot.
In order to move orr immense atock we
make the following offer :
Good Btraw Hats t -2, 35e. 50c nJ T5
Ex ra Kino Straw Hats at....!, II 25, II 50, IJ
Small Straw Bonnets, all colore.....
Extra Wide Brim liats, ior oounvry
Beautiful Roses, all colors, per dosen 40o
Violets, per dosen
Buttercups, iwr dosen.. jyo
Carnation Pinks, per ' son "
Elegant Bnnche- ot r lowers
Extra Fine Bunohes of Flowers ..........We
Imported French Floert from .ll to o
ONirlcb i lps (3 in bunch) for arte
Fruits, Leaves. Stem', all Kinds oi ma
terial to make Artificial Flowers.
Itridal and Mourning Outfits
The Finest Assortment of DOLLS in the city.
Hat Beatiaped, Frnlhrr Cleaned,
Dyed anil Curled.
GOLDEN HAIR WASU by the small or
We Make a Specialty of Millinery,
KmbloTlnr the best bands ii the city, give
oar wbole atteoiion to ii, and we ueiy
petition In that line.
The Lost Swamp bae proutt J a new
hero, or rather a pair nf them, hut un
fortunately for one nf the pair he went
out in a blnza of glory and was not
permitted ts bloom upon the stHta
long enough after his discovery in the
wooainuu to epj'jy tue buliikliuu r, uicu
would have been bestowed upon him
had he escaped, or bad he been trans
ferred to a legal hot-house, otherwise
aswtat-box. Those who have been
in the habit, in days sons by, of going
over on the Memphis and Little Rock
road to hunt and fish will Uouiitieea
remember a pair of worthies who
lived in the neighborhood of Rice
ville, C. O. Johnson and Bill Ball.
Both were dark, tangie-nairea, ana
OF TUB ARKANSAS BL'FFIAN,
but Johr eon's character was cet off by
a gurihing hospitality which quits cap-
tuied Mempuis sportsmen, urn aoor
was always open, and visitors were
welcome until every bed end chair in
the house was tilled, blill his hospi
tality remained unexhausted until
every inch of space in the cotton-seed
Den and the stable loft wxa occupied.
He always hHd a big brown juu be
hind the door, and was lavish with its
contents. He ami his guests were
never drv. His fondness lor ihe festive
jnckpot was another admirable point
in his characii r, ana tie nu a won
rOK DRAW POKER,
About eighteen mouths eg) John
son decided to provide a hostess to as
sist hi:n ia en erlaining bis gui ste,
and at Gaston's Hotel in this city,
married Mies Band, a buxom Missis
sippi laee, the clerk of a leading Main
street encerv house being his beat
rtan. But Jonnsou s marriage uiu
not effect his predatory habite. Dur
ir.g tho lour years be tins resided ruoui
Rioville, ho 'had been making
monthly excursions into (he country,
nearly always reluming with a horse
or two. for which he found a ready
sale or exchange. He was a good
judge of horseflesh and never biought
back an animal wnicn could not oe
easily traded. He bad secured nine
teen in all when the little accident
happened which brought his agile
CABKER AB A UOB3B TRADER
to a close. The greatest sufferers by
Johnson's meanderirgs were the farm
ers in the neighborhood of West
Plains, Mo. They were unable to
trace their stock more than a few miles
in any one instance until recently.
The air knew every inch of the
wolds, canied their provisions with
them and traveled almost exclusively
under cover of darkness. They never
pursued a given line, but doubled like
foxes, in such a manner as to com
pletely my3ti(y their pursuers. On the
6th of March lait two Iwrsea which
were stolen were traced for the first
time, one to Bell's and the other to
Johnson's house. B3th ware absent
from home, however, oblivions of the
fact that they had been traced, on an
other expedition. On the lest raid
about April 10th, they were careless
enough to show themselves at a farm
Uouee, where they tooa supper, joun
son, who bad
PBETBNDKl) TO BE A DOCTOK,
on some of his trips, was recognized by
a young man at the house, and as the
host bad heard of the last thelt be
bad been engaged in, was sure he had
entertained a desperate and euccefS'
ful horEethief. Ihe par bad taken
their departure immediately after sup
per, however, and he returned forest,
but kept one eye on his stable lot
during the night. Early next morn
i g two valuable horses belonging to a
neighbor were miffing, and it was
easy to guess the thieves. This time,
baviug a complete aesuption oi tnem
dress and all, they were easily traced
A party of hve men, all armed, started
in puisuit and rode up on them as
thoy were reeling at a deserted caDtn
in the woods, ine horses, tethered
cloee by, wtra grazing and
THE TWO THIEVES
titling on the ground, were dozing
with their backs propped up against
the side of the house. Their pur
suers were upon them before they
were aware of their presence and they
were taken completely by surprise.
They eprana to their feet, and wera
ordered to throw up meir nanas. xney
made no show of resistance and the
party began dismounting. Kteing a
favorable, moment Bell sprang in at
the front door cf the cabin and out Rt
the back and started at a break-neck
pace for the woods. Johnson ran
erjumithe houee, drawing his pistol
and filing back as he ran. A volley
was eent alter him. one nf the bullets
entering Johnson a back and passing
entirely through his body. He ran
about forty yards and fell dead. Bell
managed to escape. A telegrim was
sent tne Sheriff of Crittenden county,
who found Bell at home a few days
LODGED HIM IS JAIL.
Mr. SomerB, one of the party wbich
discovered Johnson and Bell at the
cabin, arrived in the city yesterday,
and tells a story w hich reflects no
credit upon the peiple of Crittenden
county. He says he went to Marion
Monday morning to take charge of
Bell, who was to be tried in the coun
ty where the laiceny was commit'ed.
The Sheriff was out of town, and
while Mr. Homers was eating dinner
Bell was taken before a negto imtgis
trate. Mr. Crittenden appeared as
his attorney, and he was given his
freedom, no notice being giveu Mr.
Sotners or the Shsnff. That Bsll im
mediately took advantage of the situ
tion was natural. Jumping into a
skiff, he pulled down the river, his
wile following almost immediately
witli a mule, which she desired to sell
for his benefr, and bis clothing.
conceived to be a good cause, fresh
and bright as the evergreens above
them. The object for winch the meet
ing was called was fully rea'ized, and
much zeal manifested by noblewomen
in a noble cause. A member of the
Finance Committeo of tho Historical
Association was present, and by
request gave a detailed statement of
the wora already done anu in course
of construction, as well as the hnancial
condition of the e niinittee and t' eir
present outlook. This no! being alto
gether satisfactory, a motion was made
and carried that the association have
L'rand moonlight excursion some
time during the month of May. the
proceeds to be applied to the improve
ment fund. The following ladies con
stitute the committee, viz., Mrs T. .1.
.i i . ii ii u i
i.iunain, cnai' man ; jim. imu,
Mrs W. I. Tavlor, Airs n MaiiKheid,
Mrs Weaver, Mrs ,1. H Matlies, Miss
Bettie Yancey There being no other
busiin Ii before the association a vote
of thanks was tendered the city press
for their uniform courtesy and kind
ness after which the association ad
journed sine die.
n KM. V. p. ijA " , rresiueni.
MISS BBTT1E YANCEY, Secretary.
( RlMINAl.T'Ol'KT JUDGE.
Judge Orvllle Verajer Keqneed to
Heroine st Cnailtilnie.
MiMi'ins, April 16, lK8t'
Judge Orville Yerger :
The undersigned, having cot: I) lence
in yc ur dis iiguiMied ability as a crim
inal lawyer, and believing tha you
would honestly perform the duties o!
Judge of the Criminal Court, request
fiat you announce vourselt as a can
didate lor that prBition, pledging yon
a hearty Biipport.
I. N. Snowden,
J. C. Page,
J. J. Murphy,
V. W. Knyster,
A. L. Cummins,
S. A. Pool,
Menken A Co.,
W. A. Worner,
J. P. Carey,
E A. White,
B. F. Huller,
N.Wilkerson A Co,
CLUB HOUSE NARJHSG.
YESTERDAY'S BRILLIANT AFFAIR
AT MOSTbiOMEKY PARK.
Earnest of What Is to 'ome
Pearl Jcntilngs WIus the
Fortune smiled upon the initial
movement cf tho Jockey Club the
formal opeci.ng yesterday of the new
club house at Montgomery Park. The
sun shone with a genial, kindly
warmth, the air was fragrant with the
blossoming spring, and the roads were
srncolh and free from dust. A tann
ines day was followed by a lovely night,
the sky cloudless, the moon and stars
combining to light the way for the
merry party which doparted by twoe
and threes when it began to grow late.
The full memlierahip of the club,
most f whom were piesent, is as fo!
1 iws :
O. 1'. Lvlos.
0. B. Parker,
W. W. Shouse,
A. I). Gwvnne,
W. W. Dickson,
D. T. Hughes,
b. B. Barues,
AUKUSrA COITON MILLS
nerlltte to Trent With Kiiisrht of
Labor a an Orifaolaalliiti.
At oi sTA, Ga , April 20. Two weeks
ago the Executive uommuiee oi ine
I?..! .1.. . ..C 1 .. 1 u i .1 nulllin),
IVIllL'lllM 111 AjHIHJI HUBTUlU l'HWi
to the presidents of tho cotton mills
set tine forth certain concessions they
. r... . ,
would like to nave made, inciuuingn
Riihniiaaion of chargos to the board
before the discharge of any Knights oi
Labor; also nn advance ot !') percent.
in wages. There are eight n.ii s em
ploying about 3000 hands, most
of whom ure Knights of Ijthor. The
presidents to-elay issued a circular to
their employes entirely ignoring the
Knights, in which mey say, among
other things, "Wo decline most posi
tively to recognize any ouwnio inter
ference between our employes and
ourselves. Wo are always prepared
to confer with you as employes, but in
no other capacity, upon all subjects of
common interest. We recognize that
tho rate; of wages is a fair subject of
agreement between employer and em
ploye and that the right to work or
quit working for another belongs abso
lutely to every person who is not
a convict or a slave, and the right to
employ or not to employ another ih
absolute and incontestable. These
rights can only bo limited by the par
ties themselves. We shall, therefore,
bo glad to receive and fairly consider
any communication fr.im our em
ployes as such, but we will not allow
any outside parties to manage our af
fairs." The Knights met to-night and de
cided to notify the presidents that,
they would only treat through their
John Overton, Jr,
II. A. Montgomery,
K. B. Snowdan,
James Lee, lr.,
T. U. Milburn,
S. R. Montgomery,
ohn K. Hi eed,
W. D. llethell,
J. W. Fulmer,
K. U. Vanco,
James H. Keesc,
Sam Tate, jr.,
11. A. Hamilton,
G. II. Latham,
William 11. Moore,
Dr. G. B. Th.yutun
K. T. Antlersun,
M. M. Gilchrist,
I. J. Snowden,
W. S. Bruce,
II. II. Carroll.
J. S Drake,
M. C. l'earce.
J. W. Falls,
F. 11. White,
J. W. Cochran.
R. F. Patterson,
C. 11. Clark,
C. N. Grosvenor,
b. S. Brown,
W. M. Kneed,
J. U. Marlin,
li. E. Andrews,
K T. Cooper,
J. M. Fowlkea,
J. C. Mnoon,
W. D Cameron,
C. A. Cochran.
D. P. Iladdon,
S. P. Walker,
R. A. Speed,
J. H. Freemau,
T. F. Tobin,
J. B. Jones,
W. A. Percy, jr.,
Tom n rii hi,
O. 11. P. Piper,
II. M. Hill,
J. 11. Kleiner,
W. B. GriUin,
Win. M. Randolph,
P. A. Bryson,
C. W. Kchulte.
M. A. Cochran.
J. J. Dully,
K. Jones, jr.,
J no. D. Adams,
N. M. Jonas,
11. T. Elliott,
J. M. Peters.
W. 11. Miller,
T. B. 1 relevant,
W. P. Dunavant,
W. A. Gilchrist,
diive out and baok
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NEWS IN BRIEF.
Chicago. III., April 2(1.-Ex-Wayor
Julian H. Rumiey died this morning,
after a lingering illness.
Pittaburg, Pa., April 20, A fire at 2
o'clock this morning partially de
stroyed G. F. McDonald's caramel fac
tory and bakery on Second avenue.
Loes, $17,000; insurance, $13,000.
Cincinnati. 0., April 20. Fire this
morning destroyed the flour mills of
Peebles, fould Co., corner Kaco and
Court Street'. Loss $')0,000; fully in
sured. The building belonged to W.
11. Alma, and is amply insured.
Baltimore. O.. April 20 . W. C. N.
Carr died on f-'atnrday at Ashland,
Ya.froma strode of patalvsis, aged
seventy-nine years, lie was Minister to
Coi.s'antinople during the adminis
tration of Presidents Polk and Tyler.
Little Rock. Ark., April 20. At 2
o'clock this mnrning the depot build
ing of the ht. Louis and Inn Mono.-
tlin brench railroad at Batesville,
Ark., was burned by incendiaries.
Loss on freight, $10,000; building and
cars, over $i000.
Springfield, III., April 20. -Order
having been restored at Kwt (it. Louis
it has heen decided to reduce the force
of State militia on duty there as soon
as practicable, by the withdrawal of
as many companies as can he spared,
retaining eullicient force to insure the
protection and operation of the rail
Medina the Second Preohy terlau
hnrrh Tlonday Afiernoon.
A meeting of the Southern Mother's
Association was held on Monday
afterroon last at the lecture-room of
the ncowI Presbyterian Church. I ho
presi lent, Mrs. C. 8. Law, called the
meet Bg to order and appointed Miss
Bi-tto Yancey secretary, after which
ghe aade known in a brief and pointed
mauler the object calling the asso
ciatsn together, which was to make
all aseessary arrangements to lieautify
tlnCoiifederate lot in Elmwood, and
UctJ the same in good condition after
th- improvements are finished as con
teiplated by the Finance Committee
Olthe Historical Association. After
t' matter was fully ventilated and
cinions freely expressed, the Asset-lion
resolved iDielf into acommittee
k the whole for the purpose of keep
' a tlie last resting place of the brave
Ulicrs who fought for what they
Albany. N. Y., April 20. A resolu
tion was introduced into the State
Senat to-day providing that, when in
cases of "tie upe," there ia danger
of Ions of life and property from th
running ol street caiB, companies so
tied up may refrain from operating
their lines without forfeiting their
Pittsburg. Pa.. April 20. A 1200
barrel sgit t r tank of oil at the Bear
Creek Oil Refinery, on the A llegheny
Valley railroad, exploded this evening,
set'ing fire to and completely destroy
ing an extensive warehouse, together
with nine stills, five settling pan tanks,
3000 emp;y btreN, two agitator tanks
and 1000 feet ol lumber. L.oss fi t,
Chicato, III., April 20. Hong
Chang Yen Woon, the new Minister
appointed to represent the Chinese
Oovernment in this country, arrived
in Chicago this morning on his way to
Washington. The Kmbaay consists
of the Minister and his suite of thirty-
nine people, and in which there are
no women. The Embassy will remain
in the city until to-morrow afternoon
A IJrngglHi's (story.
Mr. Isaac C. Chapman, druggist,
Newhurg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balea'a for
the Lungs. I can say of it what I
cannot aav of any other medicine, I
have never heard a customer speak of
it but to praise its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
conch, with the happiest effects.
have need it in my own 'amily for
many yesrs; in fact, aiwtys have a
bottle in the medicine close I ready for
Subscribe for lheMlppeat'
again was anything but the least de
lightful part of the evening. The
favorite route was tha'. prepared es
pecially by the Club, out Union, Mc
Lean and Central avenues, wbich is
paitly graveled and entirely graded.
Slopes of green, fields of clover and
scraps of fragrant woodland spread
away to the right and left, the ap
proach to tho gate at the end of
Central avenue being especially at
tractive. Entering the Park at that
point a aiuooth roadway, which
will soon bo doneely shaded
on either side gave access to the in
closure about the club-house, which n
entirely cutoff from the remainder of
the irroundri. and amply provided with
slabies fr the care of the ve'iicles of
club members. The gnentn began ar
riving about 4 o'clock, the many fash
ionable eaniuagHs driving iu turn
aronnd the gruvehid ciicle and draw
ing up in front of the maiu entrance.
At 5 o'clock the wide balconies which
surround three Bides of the bui'iting
were well filled, nearly the entire elno
membership, limited to 1(10, being
present. The ladies present were:
Mrs. Nanole.m Hill, Mrs. A. B. Goodbar,
Mrs. C. W. Kchulte, Mrs. W. H. Moore,
Mrs. Robort Jones, Mrs. John llarben,
Mrs. Bob Bpoetl, Mra. Geo. Arnold,
Mrs. Jul'a N. Doyle, Miss J. Montgomery,
Mrs. N. Fontaine, Mra. M. Wiltshire,
Mis. T. B. Edingtnn, Mrs. J. J. Duffy,
Vlr. K A.l.iirhthurna.Mrs. Arthur Gibson,
Miss Virginia Joy, Mrs. M..R. Patterson
Mils Mamie Hoaife, Mrs. J. K. Speed,
Mrs. J. M Greer. Mra. D. P. lladden,
Mrs. Jns. Phelan, Mrs. .P. Dunavunt
Miss Ella Dunavant, Miss M. Thompson,
Miss Pearl Noely, Miss Mettie Stratum,
Mrs. C. N. Grosvenor.Mrs. II. M. Hill,
Miss Lombard, Mita Elite Frenob,
Mra. J. C. Mhoon, Miss Kokleldt,
Miss Hume, Miss Mary Mallory,
Mra. W. D. Betholl, Miss Louise Sneed,
Miss Julia Vaooaro, Mra. Oon. Patterson,
Miss Ida Bruce, mra. jonn nr. rant,
air.. F. T. Anderson. Mra. Minter Parker.
Mita Kinma Fontaine. Miss Jennie Fontaine
Mrs. J. It. rails.
Arnold's string band, champagne
gay repartee, brilliant costumes, beau
ty aDd the odor ol nowers, wnicu
hung in baskets, nettled in vases
or blooaiod nnder the shelter of the
eaves, with the excitement ot the
race, a delicious supper and tne ex
hilaration of the dance, all went to
make np an evening which is likely to
be remembtrdd with delight by all
who were fortunate enough to be
The race, a mile dash, it was gener
ally hinted and believed, would be a
mere exhibition and no', a uona not)
tost nf meed, but those who saw the
start and witnessed the finish will be
lieve the Jockeys, who declare it was
nlunffe for bload. The htrlng was
moved up in iront oi tun ciuii-nouni
and a carriage drawn cioso 10
the fence was converted into an
mnrnmntu nidges stand, ror thai
dntv five ladies were selected: Mrs. J
W. Palls, Aire. James rneian, .nre. u,
P. lladden. Mrs. J. M. Greer and Mrs,
W. D. Bethel. Mr. Arthur Cvio on
anted as starter, and eeven hors
toed the mark." They were Pearl
Jennings. Tattoo. Mary Ellis, Jim
Nave. Longview. Leman and lucas.
Six prizes were offered, a saddle, suit
ot clothes, bridle, whip, spurs and
boots, in the order named, m r. uid
eon determined that he would give
them a fair start or none, and alter
some difficulty gave the sigual. Pearl
JnnninfR. who had the outside, took
the drum at its tap and got away half
a length ahead of Lucas, the others
bunched. At the turn Lucas and
Pearl Jennings were net.k and neck
and at the half-mile they were all
pretty well strung out, with Longview
training at every lump. Ihe pse
down the stretch ws terrific, but the
favorite bad no dithcul:y in keeping
the advantage gained in the
hpffinnintr. winning by a full length
Longview second and Lucas third
Time 1:441. without whip or spur.
The prizes were presented, a speech ol
thuuss made by Col. Montgomery to
those who had contested, and supper
was soon afterward announced. The
following is the summary of the race:
Ed. Corr'gan's b. m. Pearl Jennings (fi).
Lelaps Mary Howard ..(Fuller) 1
Lemasney's 6. o. Longview (4), Longfol
low Fannie Malone (Moody) 2
Gray's ch. g Lucas.(i), Faun t us-Lady Rest
less ...-..(Evans) 3
Long's b. g. Leman d), Ltlaps Tolaria
meet is marked and attracts instant
Nohopy r.igret ed the absaneJ of
Gre n Morris.
Evbky mail drank mi earnest tout
to C l. Montgomery.
C.a. Ira Bkiok, whn arrived night
before last from New Orleans, was on
Cohbiuam declare d before the race
that ho would hot lost) it for a cool
Pearl Jknminus. who won I' e nice
yesterday, hoe never made a mile be
fore in less :1mo 1 :4,r)J
Ykstbiwat's experience pro-es the
truth of the aswrt'on that the track is
faster than ever lie fire.
Tiir. roof wiih its curves, iia pin
nacles Bnd its gables wss all very m. e,
but the basement bad a more ix
Lukhrmann did biiiisnlf credit by
the finish with wbich the part of t ie
programme relaling to the li.ncr man
was carried out.
WrntN Corrieao leaded that lad hh
worn to iink'fc the race he put au em
broidered blanket on Pearl Jenningit
and a new Bull a the jockey.
Cm.. Montoomkry has a new liuwh.
He gave an exhibition of it yesie-rday.
It wasaeort of inaugural laugh, and
everybody in hearing dislnnc that
is to say in tne para jomou m nun
him with hearty good will.
hers of the Water Com
mittee were preteut but did not. dis
cuss either Wolf, the M tsishippi or
Horn LakeannB iii ce of nipp y, me
pontce they discussed wasai-ero'n m
glass reservolw, capacity o'ui quart
eai:h, with n fonnta n attachment.
Tub club-hoiiH-t is surrounded on
three sides by " l-Blcony ; has a tir. a I
hallway, with to rooms on eiiln-r
side, and a halt h ieeiimnt simil-iily ur
ranged. The Hushing i nl oak, "ie
H.iiirsi not h mil. Hie furniture iiiiini
but elegant, ami the walln nrnnmoiitiM
with mirrjru and Choice nngrnvi iun
A urn vol walii su.-roundB It, Hi.nl. .nr
lead-i to the t- k, which is about tliir-
rv fvnt nwiiv. Hnd another 1 1 a gau
communicating with the belling
MKMriii". R. b it. r o. a. a.
Rnvcd.B p 1 I 0 S 1
Ba k, p 0 0 0 0
Andrews, 1st b. ... .0 0 11 0 t
rYstelbarh.e 0 0 7 1 1
l.ivin.c. f 0 I I 0 I
W hitehead,:tl b . . 0 0 I 2 ft
1'bt.l.ui, 2.1 t 0 13 4 1
Kn ni IV r. f 0 0 2 0 0
) l eary, I. f 2 2 if 0 0
TMrt' " '-'7 r '
W iRK hT INN NO V
1 lining.. 1 2 3 4 ft (I 7 8
Savnnnnh.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
.M.tin)h..O 0 ! 0 0 0 0
S 'tii'k iiul Rv Hack, ti
K. Ttto-base hit Kriet,
2 - 3
of Savannah, Nueod of Mdtti-
Itito.tiitll hu Urniitt Jtneflou.
IcoaHSariiaiitNOI or tn .i-vim, .1
(iii.vNi) Ji-NdioN, T-nn., April 20. -The
first game played l.y tlt.i Gran 1
Junction and laiGrange im-.iihall cluls
wa played in IjiGrang'-iIni f'ernoon
before iiint- n largo ainli-'iire On a'
count of getting a very I. it." Mart the
game whs leriiunHien uki-i m- r,-, i,n,
f .. . . .1 i, hi., in ; f.
inning, uu is un- I'l'mn 11 ,v
vor of Lati range.
Th is wits uiKiuestionalily le mosi
pU'itsant and enjoyable g un" ever n
dulged in by either club and our boys
tender u nny thanks to their brother
ub for the courtesuti sliiiwii lasm.
ainong Which Olio vity wimny
mention was a lawn pany hv .
Moody's. This also added reatly to
the pl'easiire of ti e evening.
We hope that our boys will meet
their friends again soon mid give them
a closer gaiiex
New York Atiiltiltee 7. Br .-
I onla B owns II, Pit-
Ellis D), Li
Miln'a h. r. Marv Ellis 131. Lelaes
Sallie Uowsrd -..uionni o
Avis's b. f. Jim Navo (1), Lucifer-Ginger
pop (Crawford) 8
Pate's ch. in. Tattoo (5), Great Tom-Scar-
borough - (Riohardson) 0
Time 1 Mlj.
The flag flew at topmast.
Fi'LLKR rode the winner.
Thb favorite won with hands down.
Tiikrc were an even l r0 at the club
house. Tsa married ladies were in the ma
jViriiy. iA wonulrkul improvement has
been Oitie ia t-e pu'k, The improve-
Hie NuhIivIIIa Kneea
Nasiiviixk.Tknn., April 20. The
Nnohvilla raeeti cjinmenee to morrow
wHk.with fun) oroHiiecte. Over thirty
H'ahlen are now ut the course, and it is
estimated that, there will be 200 Hihbc h
hi-TA hv the ooimiiiL' day. 1 lie tra it
is in prime eoiiilition.
I UE VIAKUNU.
Mushl AsihIb Defeanem Wilier
Wsttiiea of tss I.sxtstne.
Notwithslandiug its crippled cm d
tion, the Memphis nine uiaue a ci-ii-
itahle stand against ine loimm 'ine
Savannah club yesterday. Barm g
the first and lost innings, the g on
was well played by the Bluff Ciiy n-p
resentativeu, while the work ot tt:e
Savaunah club was not up to the ex
ecutions formed ol them. In lai-t, it
Is more than pro'b'e that Meinpliif:
will win one g.ime. if not two, irom
Savannah in Huh week's series nl f.nic
gatms, proviih'd Brongiiton, ih n 'w
CRtcher, win) is expected to ariive in
StvniiuBh to nigh', proves equal i"
the task of stunping I) Leary anrt
Knoo It's hot hulle
B'aek'a pitclung yesterday, taken in
connection with his work in 1 1 ' l ot
at Macon, 1.8J tevived conUd-iee In
his abilitieii an a pitcher, and he it
now regarded tiy many as a forniiihdile
twirler. Only lunr hits, with a letil
of seven baeee was made off I i-i de
livery, while hu struck out mi men.
Savannah was firm nt bat, Collin- o il
on hit to pitcher, Moriariy got li -n
base on pjesed hall alter niak i g three
strikes, Moriu ity going to socond;
Strief hittafn to right field, M iriarty
scoring: Fieliliiliittoright field f .rlwo
bason, llotuling and Ktrief nr.nu-g;
FieldagoeH to thud on passed Iia ' and
scores on another paused ball; Miilei
Btrnck out; O'Day hit to second and
was retired ut first, ending the inning
with four rutin to Savannah's cri-iht,
but ono nl which was ta etl.
No nioro nihil ware made ninil tin:
third inning, w.'ie.n Memphis tir-ke.
her love ol noose egga by suornig mh.
Phelan hit to right Dld for one I a
add stole tweond, but was pm out try
ing to eteal third ; Knouff flieil o 't to
center field; O'Lvary hit side pa-t
short for one bag, and Btole Heml
and lliird; Htmeiil bit to third i.d got
to first on n fumble of Munay's,
O'lary ecoruig , Sneed stole to fec
und, but wan lei: there by lf:a i s
A Umu line -J goree eggs t-inhi
lished tho (corn ef both nil e- nntil
the lat innint;. Miller gut ti U's' on
balli; O'Day hit safe to cei t--r fiei t
f ir two bagn, Mailer scoring; o'-ro. k-
well flied out to right field, O'Day
stealing third oi' passed ball; Mnrov
was struck by u ball and allowed li -t
base, stealiiur second; Collins I it t .
third and woo fluid d out at flr, t,0'I) u
scoring, Mnrruy to third. Monitity
hHsale between first and second, !n;
ray scorintj. totaling flied ou to con-t-rliold.
O'Leaty hit to right field lot nne
bag and stole tu secoad. Sneni hit v
lelt fle!d to' two bsRB, O'L- a-y mo.
ing. Blat:k l u! tipped out, A "i" .
out on abort 1 -it to second, Siie-ed n r
ing on a punsec' ball. Fnsseliweli
on bit to short.
O'l.aaRY h looming up t
Two Hale hitu yekteid iv.
o k . a .
ATLANTA l. ailK"n' i
11, Chiitan-iegi 10; Nn-I,de 3,
M icon 4.
Tiik V't'lc fords will 'm i l Dm w;ay
evening at H o'clock si the Tarpaulin
slit d on the leyee.
Mauu Pmi.iiM if Aui4nnla'S f
notinced tlin finei t al.ort s op in the
PoBCKi.i. ol AtlxulH ami Diekerso
of Chattanooga are the ldcat playen
ui the Southern League.
Don't 1m t too heavily on MuranhiB
hieing to-day's game with Savannah.
If Fosselbach csn hold O'Ltary we
Smitii, the recent' v engai(ed catctier.
has iiotiflid the Momphm tuaniD-
m.Mitthat he cannot tiran. Smiths
clmucis for tho blacs linl are good.
lr Savannah cn'1 do any bi4:r
ilnyieg than she did vstnrday, Al
inta and AugusU wil win a m inify
of games from her. Mi.-k a pin thera
Puucki.l and M-mre a n doing the
heavier-t slugging of An;...t i, and the
hutting leadership lor the himaiern
League is quite likely to reel halwnen
Tiik first proftw;-mal g'n ever
played In Columhir., S. (;., took plaie
n April Klh, When irj i,:ic S;pi nuiuo
beat the new'y orv noted lodnmiMa
lentil by 111 to 3.
LoiilhViLl.K, Apr'i .0. X.ie Cino.n-
. . ... I VI I I ... .1
nii'l duo Dane i it uiiiey nsini, aim
u ded by the Louiin i le elnh's poor
tn l ling won an netnti i -.-Hi'iig pnme
t-its afiernoon. Sim -l,miiBt:l:e, ;
Tiik Metropolian baltene st-d up
Tavl -r's delivi r. in the li s' inning
tn-day, and treated the audimn ) to an
uM-t me ultlggirig niileli, while the
heme team con d do nr-i.liii-g w.th
Lvin-h't delivery. B.-ihiin ' 't, Me
Dknny Lyons I Atlanta iauhowing
up r niiBi kai'ly w II ai the ciuiing
imr ! tiasein in. The umie player was
trod in one or !, g.inm.s by Provi
ileiice 1 iet year, mi l 'wniws he didn't
Hh'iw up as well as Denny right awi.y
was droiipt d. Tins smh"H hn is bat
ing and iltilding astoninhingly wc.i.
Let our Memph a g-owiera bear thin in
The Savannah games are poor y
,Htr.iii'r.d in spite of tne the pUyuig
of tne home nine. This in acotint .l
f n hy the fact that the Savannah peo
ple have been spoiled by eitiil'itiori
tames with Chicago, Del ion iud Pitt;
burg, and do not, t'nnk it wo -ih while
tnat:e ttieir club gel away with pud-di.g-'.
A game in two with Atlna
and Aogu-ta will probably mkethe-n
Tub following interefmg informa
tion, written in a h ,y's hand, was re
ceived yesterlay: ''In" ChiOwa
L iigiiH tlid not defeat the Li-tie P;-it.e-
but Hard to P.wl, aas't ed ia
t it" S lHii'ir. It wss u picsen um"
tie -y p ayed and '.he ' o was 17 to 17.
'l h v have ileii :"! tn piay e
I'ot.d )-s Htid Hard to I ce,
rnniieg I heir re vul ition,"
Collins, r.! 0
Moriarty, 1. 1 1
HoUling.e.. i 1
Strief, 2d i; 1
Fields, is b 1
Miller, B. li 1
O'Day, p 1
Stock well, c 0
Murray, 3d b 1
TotJ , 7
B.H. P.'. A.
1 1 0
1 0 0
0 2 l
1 2 0
1 K 0
0 0 4
1 2 0
0 t) 2
0 3 2
1 27 17
No I ti'', R. D.-ln the
She:by County, Tool,
a e, tor its own ure, ot
lr a. enrinn fron, l'v'
on- 0 ure that tin- l- i '
is a resi loot i,f M' - 1
,.- T.innrs'e: hi -i i t
u ore Go i-ov at
uiimi M Marili-ii
M u-t ell, J li IJIi.. -h
hi are a I u- k o-
ttill n aft r di i I
l s tli 'rehire -r
-'ii eir Hif aruie-e an
o. Shel county, in
beiiro'lio lirst Nl"
,,1,-ad. an.wer or ii
i,i.l or -.he na-i r w;,
t to ihein and S-'t I
tlmt a copy of t u .
4 week lor lour
M -'npb.il Appeal.
'.'Sv.ii-ary Court ot
lie of Tioue
ra J. 1). Armour
h . rt',rn to in
l -i!', Il G. lrilrr,
l i iiud l"ei -mi-ideut
tlio I'la-ies of re-l-John
, A I'. (l. .i"o. , Viv-i-
i Jo)-i,"n , John
i lion W li l'ar
ii 1 1: riut I o aoef-
th y all ralt
m i n it-. Toiin . on or
.- pi m.ij. is o. and
fin1!'" to oi'Uip!tt!"nt a
i r-,' t.-kn, l ir .KM.fr-s-ea
r ho ring ol i .trie ; a-id
r-ler lui piihli'tio i ofe.
t, -ir-ivo wni-ks in the
I'btr l-t Juy if April,
A enpy -Atte-t :
S. I. Mel) iW i:l.L, f ieri and ..-..
fly J. M. Braal.--. poputy O. aid X,
Jcau JshnilM, tw!. for u-win'at.