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AMCSEMEHT8.
THCATEB.
LAST TWO PERFORMANCES.
Tkundtj and Friday KlgtaU.
No Matinee will be given.
BAKER & FARRON.
IN A
BOAF 33 UiiDIjH.
Owon to circnmstan"s that tre unnToid
at le, BAKER tt r ARHUS will sot iv a
Matinee during th'i entrairetrent.
0T Ftati at Mulford's.
UONALISO.V8
DIME
231 MAIN STREET.
Thit popular plaoe of amuwament it
tt NOW OPEN, under the management of
Prof. C. A. D JSALbSON.
ar New Attraction! and bpeoialtiei w 11 be
presented each week.
mrOa Saturd- Afternooa ef each week,
H A LP KATES for School "Children.
ar We inUnd tomake thia pilot of atnase-
n.rnt a special attraction for Ladiei and
tbir Familr-js.
ROOMS AND UOABD.
R
OOM Furnished room, with or without
brerd, at tin lonrt itr-et.
BOARDERS wishinc eomfnrtable hornet
with excellent table accommodation
'will And it rreatly to their advantage to
oome to the Polk House, 3U6 Second itreet.
Transient will be well cared for at lett than
ene-balf the usual hotel prices.
hl.V. POLK, Manager.
TSliOMS AND BOARD IJesirable roomi
XV and '.oard at 72 Midison ttreet.
81. JA.dKti 110UbKUor. Second and Ad
,.uite, Room and board $5 per week.
DsrHmrders wanted.
)JAK1 With excellent room,
) 124 ADAMS STRFET.
NICK Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
1 with or without buard, at 137 Madison st.
TWO large untarnished rooms, with or
wi'btut board, at 6y Madieon ttreet, cor
ner TMid.
PKKSOXAL.
C GALLON MADAM PFTEHK.
J TUB GYPSY CLAIRVOYANT,
who revni'l the past, present and future
brin.i the topitrated together, and causes
Ipeedr marriages ; can be oonsulted in regard
to dead o living friend or enemies. L A
DIE.iIN TROUBLE CALL. Having all my
Gypsy powers by inheritance aud tr.id:tKn,
Berer fnil to give satisfaction. Cnll at
17 JKPKKHSON STREKT, Un-ftairs.
CtANCEHS CAN' BR CURED.
J Dr. IIUNIF.K, 117 Court St., remoret
Cancert, Tumors, Ulcers and Skin Diseases,
a ithout the knife. Consu tat'on free.
DR. RACHEL UOWLINO-Snecaiist in
Maternal Di seascs, 27i' Main st-eet.
REV. G. L. KNIOUT. Healing Evangel
ist, 117 Court tt. Office hours. 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Come and get cared of your to-
earet mcuranie aiseases.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone 888. TH08. CUBBIN8.
VI" B. TREZEVANT. ATTORNEY AT
xix, L.AW, Maiine anduommeroial notary
Public, Commissioner of Deeds and U. 8.
Commissioner, at the old office, No. 3 Madi
son street. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
FOR KENT.
ROOMS Two very desirable rooms, first
floor, at 182 Desoto stre.t, second door
tout!) ot Linden street.
"VTEW COTTAGE All modern improve-
-i menu i nve rooms, nam and pantry;
430 Lauderdale. Keys next door.
10TTA0B Four rooms, 68 Auction street.
Apply at 33 intra St.
COTTAGE Four rooms at 49 Motby it.
Apply at 47 Mosoy street.
LTOUSES-STORE-No. 1.M Mushy itreet.
FA containing 9 rooms; house No. 112U
Mosby street, containing 4 rooms. Store and
fixtures at Nos. 147S and lit) Poplar street.
For terms annlv to
KELLY, ROPER k REILLY, 392 Main it.
TjMRST FLOOR
JJ Of '.12 Monroe itreet, unfurnished.
HOUSE No. 75 Adams street, on corner
Third: three ttoriet ; good repair; from
July 1, letti. JOUJi W. CUKKl.N,
80! Second ttreet.
NICK RESIDENCE-377 Orleaai itreet,
just south of Valine (on the new street
oar line); house In good repair. Apply to
R. W. HARRIS. 800 Front tt.
HOUSE Two ttory frame, 35 Market it. ;
new, with all modern improvements,
Apply to L. FRITZ, 1 1 Main st.
TPUHNI8HBD ROOMS-ForgenU and for
nousexeeping, at jib lourt street.
rpwO elegant front- rooms, furnished or
-a- UDiurpigoeq. aipij st w flnamw.
T30OMS Furnisbed or unfurnished, at 118
A ii beoona street, references required.
F
URNISHED ROOMS-Anply t
117 Ct
OURT ST.
I 10TTAGE Three
V Georgia itreet.
rooms, cistern
at 257
Apply next room
"tOTIAGK-No. 414 Lauierdale. 7 rooms
VV in good repair, good oistern; 125 per
montn. Appiy to no. aaa, wain ttreet.
2
ROOMo Kn euit. Lee Block, third floor
tront. Apply at ro. Matlifon nt.
WAN I ED.
DEOFLE To come to the Auction Sale at
X. 4b' North Court itreet THIS MORNING,
and bay Sewing-Machine, Office Furniture,
ana many otner tningi cneap.
MAN To act as yard and shipping clerk;
one who unde stands the lumber busi
ness. Address, stating itlary expeoted, to
rttA.Ml MttKl'iOLU, Morlgold. Miss.
MAN To rub a gar, g-edger and planing
machine; also, several good sawmill
rnd yard bands. Address or apply to
FRANK MERIUOLD.
Merigold Station, Bolivar county, Miss.
OTRIPER One good striuer for numns
p Apply at once to Ji AT10N AL PUMP CO..
mc-Kman, Ky.
$1000 Si
ELKCTRIG G(J
I SALARY TO AGENTS Ad
' nreps at once. tin. dttiJi I
York. The only gen nine.
TWO good Coatmakers tnd one Busheler
Apply at 192 Main streM.
TVfBVlinnv-ii. 1 1 i .i ,
wj I .... ....i 1 UU Hn 1 1 1 C I t 1U"
XlJ brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
treet, near ropiar.
GVFI -A good second-hand SU01GUN.
hreeeh-loa'ier, standard make, pistol
grip, 32 inch, 12 entire, sbout 7J4 pounds.
Apply at room o, votton exenange.
QITUATION By a young lady as teacher
tJ in public or private school. Best refer
ence given. Address
A. M. T., Memphis, Tenn
1 OOD COOK Must be well recommended.
VJ Apply at thtt ottice.
COLORED MAN To work in house.
Apply at 72 Madison street.
T ADIES acid Gentlemen. In city or conn
1-i try. to taka liirht work at teir hemes:
11 to 43 a cay easily made; work tent by
mail : no oanvassing. We have a good de
mand for our work, and furnish steady em
ployment. Address, ith stamp, CROWN
w r G l'0,,2tH V ne it., Cincinnati, Ohio.
2J.IRL For general housework: white
v-preferred. Inquire at I.tD Hernando st.
mmii , ivi ma rn,n:np. At IU1B OUU'e.
rHITB WO.WAN-To learn new shirt
foninr. MEMPHIS STEAM LAUN-
VH.X AJMU flllhr FACTORY, 224 Second
T3 LACKSMITH A good I la-.ksmith to run
XJ a country shop. Must also be a good
wood workman. Good wages paid. Call on
or address u. J. ALLKIt W..
a Augtralia, Miss.
AN INTELLIG'EST, Earnest Catholic
man to represent a large, responsible
Barclay ttreet house in his own locality and
outside large cities. A remunerative salary
to right patty. References exchanged. Ad
dress BARCLAY, Box 15H5, NT
AGENTS With small capital. We hive
something new, no risk, large pro6u(
tpecial 30-day offer, write at or.ee.
EMPIHE C0..3S1 Canal street, N. Y.
H
IOM K-Toafh prices paid for old and new
K.Aill KHb at 44K Jlain itreet.
EVERY ONK-ln need ef a hard, smooth,
durable and wateritroof pavement or
noor .examine WATSON',i BITUMEN CON
CRETE. Telephone WW.
A
LL TIldSrT having daiip, unwholeaome
cellars to telephone VSi
BOARDERS At 140 Maditon: nice rooms,
good fare; transients areomm orated.
AGE.TS In every lection of the country
for two New Books, just Mady. SrrrtiL
TKBMgto men of experience capable of fill
ing a large territory. State experience, age
and territory wanted. CAioELL A CO.
Oimifed), 822 Broadway, S. Y. . and 40 Dear
born street, Chicr ro.
SALESMEN In ever, trte in the !! ion
torerreser.t a PAIN r MN ,'JFACTUR
ING KSTABLISHM:. r haviug leveral
i-rrcULius thaUre j-opiiiar and easy fell
ini,r. Can be handlci alone or in connection
v th olW goodt. Add-eTHK WM. B.
i'lUOr .i.Jt'';. CO., JALIIMOUE. MD.
PQVJDEB
Absolutely Pure.
111 iw.u.r dsi ' .i .". ct iuwi.i v.
purity, strength and wholcaomeness. More
economical than the ordinar; kinds, and
cannot he sold In competition w'.'.h the
multitude ol low test, short weight aluo? or
phosphate powdert. &"d onfy i.oin.. R(l 4L
B.iron Prwnr i"'o. .l'; Wall . .W..VA
ANSOUXCEMrN'S.
For Tr osier.
WE are authorised to announce JOHN
M. BRADLEY as a candidate for
Trustee ot Shelly county at the ensuing
August election, tuhiect to the action of the
Democratic Convention.
For A t loruoy-tJi iiernl.
TTTE arc authorised to announco GEORGE
. V. - - IT. . ..( A If.i.n.v Jlaa.al Biiki.ol tnthi
action of the Democratic Contention.
For Kettinfr.
THE undersigned announce' that he is a
candidate lor Kegieter, and aski the
support ot the voterdof bhelliy county. It
elocted, will endeavor to give KKtisfrction in
the discharge of the duties of the office, and
placet bis claims subject to the action of the
County Deinoorat'o Convention
TII0S. B. CRENSHAW.
Memphis, March 28, 1886.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Kerrvillo, Teni., Ii a
. ...JU.I. f,,r Bk'filSTKB ihict to the
action of the Democratic Convention,
Jadiccof the Circuit roart.
We are authorised to announce that JOHN
JOHNSTON it a cand'dnte for Judge of the
Circuit Tourt of Shelby County, subject to
action of the Democratic Convention.
We are authorised to announce L II. ES
TES, JR., as a candidate for Judge of ihe
Cirouit Cou-t, subject to the aotion oi the
Democratic Convention.
AUCTION SALES.
Sheriff 'it Sale of lVrsonal Property.
I will. THIS CORNING, at 10:30 o'clock,
April 22d, sell to Ihe highest bidder, for
cash, the stock of Groceries, Fixtures,
Shelving, etc., at 62 Vance street, levied
on as toe property of Cornelius Klynn by
C. R. Ryan k Co. W. D. Cannon, Sheriff.
By Tom T. Taylor, Deputy Sheriff
TAKEN II
COW-On March 28th. Owner can hare
tame by proving proper y and paying
ehiruea. JOHN l'KNTY.
STRAYED.
.) WHITE COWS One with rope around
Zl head, fo reward for thrir return to K.
P. BARTON, near Curve, HerrenHo roal.
FOR SALE OR RE T.
STORE HOUS:, ETC. At Shelby Station.
Miss., store house, saloon, stablet and
HOTM. riadt FURN1BHRD. For further par
ticular! apply to J. H. bTAFKOKD.
Concordia. Miss.
1,0 'T.
IflLB OF PAPERS From Shelby Chan
' eery Court, In case of Cummins and
otheri against Edmonds and others. Any
person returning same to UOLMUS CUM
M1N8 will be rewarded.
MOLE.".
TTORSK
From T.ncv Station, on the Chesapeake,
Ohio and Southwestern Railroad, on the
night of the 19th of April, one bat horse,
about fourteen and a half hnds high, eight
yeart old; paces undur saddle; branded on
left, ahonlder O: one white hind foot: both
eyet weak. Liberal reward will be paid for
hi! return to W . H. ltOL'lUi ,
Lucy, Tenn
FOR SALE.
t1Tn BUILDING LOTS The allotment for
er)9 thia city nearly gone; embrace your
chance; an investment worth nctice; 272
Main st jbatoment); only a lew more lelt.
2OCAfri CASH Valuable residence lot
tZ I UU on RAYBURN AVE., west
tide; MX feet front by 226 feet deep, begin
ning 80 feet north of Georgia st. Address
u. ii. rnmLT., pt. lipuii
COW A yery fine fresh cow. Prine, fX
Apply to JOSEPH BURNEY,
at soutn gate e-iniwooq
C1UIUUAHUA (MEXICAN) DOG-Good
J pet for children. Apply at 17 Jefferson
Itreet, up-itaira.
A
FINK half JKKSEY COW AND CALF.
Address r. .M., at limlcy pU., ionn
F.
'ARM A Great Bargain 325 acret 100
n .1 I 1 I...H... a i.
acres parLiy cienreu, ill 11.11110 tu nit,
Tt: 1 ,.. C.n. utni.
flllO lluiuer, iurtj n.i.i, uuu oiuit. ii.uhv,
winter and summer; wili sell or exchange.
v l . A 1 U 11
r or particulars appij ay ni'i'na i. tf. ifi.
Cl UITAR One 3 8. Martin & Co guitar
I with case. Price W). HOUCK'S MU
SIC STORE, 389 Mnln street
l"OCKAWAY Good econd-hand rocka-
L way, cheap. Apply to Wood A Swoopo.
WELLINGTON STREET RESIDENCE
7 rooms, Al order, firtt-clasi neigh
borhood; great bargain
M. E. CON AW AY. 2K Main st
M
Y Cottage Residence; 7 rooms; 600 Lau
derdale st. : large lot. J u. nr,nun,
PIANCS A large assortment of second
hand Pianos, some at good ai new.
Prices from uoward. A Chickering
Grand, cheap fur ckuh.
E. WITZMANN k CO.
"V KUAN A good pine organ, having two
KJ banks of keys, 24 stops, and VA octave
pedal hass, at eeeona rTesTtertan cnurcn,
Memphis. Address c. w hv.ma."s ji a w.
f IQTTAfiK Nice cottaae. with all im
j provements; out-buildingt; on paved
Itreet. Part cash. Address, care of Appeal,
A. K
17IG4JS Pure Plymouth Rock and Brewn
J-U Leghorn eges, at 91 for .,
JOHNSON k GUINNEK, 232 Front,
x. 1 XT t) I DDL"! CT A XTl.' ill V A t 1
U ca-lots. uRINKLEi LUMBER CO.,
124 Jeflerson street.
ALABAMA sHLiM COAL In any uan
tity.
P. M. PATTERSON k CO., Agents.
milllS cut H ATCIIING From nura bree
Hi Partridge Cocbin, Brown Leghorn, Blnck
Spanish and Plyraodtn Hock stock. Addresi
T.MXK PAYING HOTEL BL'SINESS Sit-
-P nated in oneot the livest towns in the
couth. Doei a business of over IliiOO per
month. Bar can be added to the businett.
if desired, f or terms, address
J. S. M., Box lu2, Meridia". Miss.
A T NEWPORT NEWS, VA.-lOOOloU, 5(10
XX fset water tro t, 4C teet deep, r or lull
inlormation address WM. A. DEAN,
47 Lexington street, Baltimore, Md.
rnENNESSKE STATE CHRTIiflCATEtj-
I Re alvtW" '-' and all rlnea to the
. ovvbton MBnuvninn
Manhood Restored
Rehkdt FrilK. A victim of vouthfnl imDradeoc
eautioff Premature Decay, Nerrons Iebilitr, ioa
mannoco, o.. Darin tnea in vain erarj knows
nmedj.lfas d isoorerea a ftimiile meansuf a1-cum
wmrn a win lor:, r iu--ik toiua tmuom-mntrwr.
Mill. C. HWALS,
CiAK SECOND S!., MEMPHIS, TENN.,
.tijTiTO has been in this city 2 years, treat
ing all disease! of the Rectum at a Special
ist with uniform success, without the ue ol
the knife or ligature. Diseases treated.
Constipation. Inllammation, Piles, Recta
Ulcers, Fistulat, Fissures, Polypi, Catarrh
rtricture. Excrescences around thelReotuia
Pro'apsus, Pruitit, Hemorrhage, Spasm ol
the Spninctus, Chronic Diarrhea and chroni,
disease, generally.
Call and see testimonials.
Consultation free. At home the second
nd fourth, weeks of each moatb.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY,
TRACK AXD FIELD.
THE PROSPECTS FOR THE JiASH
T1LLE SPRI5S MEETINH.
Plenty of (ood Ones Loft The Sen
aation (Jreen MorrU Caosfd
Baseball News.
Interest in the coming spring meet
ing of the Jockey Club, which lie iritis
in about ten day, continues to in
1 rease, and horse talk ran be heard in
almost any gathering about the clubs,
at the hotels or on the street corners.
Turfmen are arriving alracst daily,
and the hotels expect a big rush, all
the railrcads leading into the citv hav
ing made reduced rates. The Nash
ville (Mton ot yesterday sys: a mum
reporter last night met Mr. John J.
Carter, who haa been home for three
days, and tucceeded in getting quite a
fund of information from him. lie
states that noce of the New Orleans
horses will likely be here, as the meet
ing at that point commences Saturday
next, and ltMte a week. Memphis will
probably furnish no horses either, as
the meeting there begins in the mid
dle of the fiaehvilie meeting. Ihe
reason for this conflict is that Lent
comes so late tikis year, and
the New Orleans people being
great observers of it, the New Or
leans meeting was fixed so that the
first day only fulls in that season.
Neither Nashville nor Memphis could
afford to wait for the close of the
Sauthern meeting, as the horses have
important engagements in Kontucky
and North. Nashville, however, is
doing remarkably well. Fine string
of horses are already here and several
are on the road. Among thoto now
here may be mentioned the following:
Ed. Wily ha Artihan, Lakewoou,
Big Three, Maid of Orleaun, Myoma
and ctbeiB.
George Rice has Edgar G. Murphy,
Falconer, Brillianteen, Rebellion and
Coirinne.
Mai. Elliott has Billy Gilmore, La-
flite, Gleanor, Gallatin, Gladstone,
Erebus, Wyndon and Kosciusko.
Harvey Durham has Leipeic. root,
Mies Lizzie, Ada 1), Bast ante, Endan
ger and others.
Jim mil has ran s, master ana
Henry Brown.
Buck Franklin bas Kennebec, Alba
tross, Mountain Range, Donnybrook,
King Isham and Carter.
H. tj. fate, with a string ol seven
teen, will leave Memphis in a day or
two. This string includes .Monogram,
Editor, Cley, Pate, King, Kyle, Prima
Donna, Amy Hyde, and several two
year olds.
William McGnigan will come from
Memphis with W. R. Woodward, Last
Hopes and Mary Ellis.
Tvree s stable, in charne cl Theo
dore Alcock.Vith Eastlake aud several
otheif, will arrive Saturday.
Quite a lot win leave jviomie to-morrow.
Cassidy's stabb, in charge of Mike
Walsh, contains Kirkman, Reed,
Longlight, rather John, Kershaw,
Oarsman, Blessed, Marie Lee, Red
Girl and Dolly li. ihe mat-named is
c lining to be taken to Shafar's in
Sumner county, where she will be
bred to B'azes.
Tom Stevens will bring Tom Barlow,
Wanhoo, Foteen, Wary, florimo and
Annie Woodcock.
R. W.Thomas will bring Spalding
and Eutlie Mule.
Louis Martin will bring Aleck
Ament, Susie Forbes, Annie M. and
Tipsy.
Capt. Cottrill will bring Lewis Clark,
Bonnette, Myrtle and several others.
Brannon Bros, will bring Rico, Miss
Brewster, Tim Flaherty and two oth
ers. Clif Porter will bring N onage, Dia
mond and Aaceola.
Secretary White received a message
yesterday from J. J. Swigert, atSpting
Station, Ky., that he had leu that
point with a 6tring of twelve, among
them Ledy Wayward, Brook full,
Grimaldi, Macola, Elena, Prodigal an
Procrastination.
W. E Applegate aad L. Cutrin of
Louisville, will send a stable down
Friday, including Sovereign Pat,
Eileen, Endurer, Half-foot and others.
John J. Catter will bring down
Saturday Aretino, Boreas, Fabius,
Hermitage, Mis Glencon, Girola,
Bradhurn and Eager.
R. "Pry or will bring at the same time
John Davis.
Plenty of Good One Left.
The departure of Green Morris with
his little spavined string will not hurt
the spring meeting a patticle. lliere
are so many god oues left that Bersan
and Favor will hardly be missed. In
the Montgomery (.takes alone there
will be Monogram, Clay Pato, Editor,
Longview, rreeland. Modesty, Irish
Pat, Joe Cotton, Bab .Miles, Punka
and Philip S. It will be fun enough
to see Jitu Gray at his work. There
are a score of others almost equally as
great. .
New Orlenna Hems,
The New Orleans Picayune cl Tues
day hut says :
James Surget's stables of eighteen
horses from Natchez, Miss., arrived
yesterday. Warwick is in charge as
trainer.
Oh as. S. Saunders has sold his chest
nut mare Hattie H., aged, by Bnck-
den out of Lilv Ward, for $600. The
mare is to be tikea to Mexico.
Brown, Goodwin and Crume have
returned from Mobile with their
horses. Porter arrives Wednesday.
Butler will bring Bob Swim back, and
other horses are also expected.
W. H. Cheppn bas arrived from
Lexington and will make a book at
the Spring Meeting. Thompson, the
book-maker, will be here on Wednes
day for the same purpose.
Mary Walker dropped dead in a
nice at one of the race tracks around
New York last Thursday. Before the
race she threw her jockey and her
trainer, Dedrick, rode ber. When
she dropped she fell on his leg and
broke it.
.More About MorrU.
The St. Louis Republican says: A
bombshell was thrown into the local
circle of speculators yesterday when it
was announced that Green Morris had
decided to give Louisville the go-by
and to ship direct from Memphis to
Washington. This dumps all of the
bar'l of Con Cregan money foolishly
inverted on him from St. Louis for the
Kentucky Derby, and there was a
good deal of blasphemy on the sub
ject ronnd Dick Roche's. The news
cannot yet have reached the East, for
in a telegram received yesterday after
noon by the Republican from the Good
win Bros, of New York they mention
him first of all and quote him at
eights. The main changes in the
speculation on the race are as
follows: A lump of money from the
right quarter has at last gone on to
Blua Wing and Ed. Corrigan's big
colt J. B. Ferguson, has been backed
from home at $C000 to $100 with the
taker anxious to go on. The colt is
new to the turf, stands sixteen band
high, is both very good looking and
Sowerful, and being by Ten Broerk
leander, is wU enongh bred for any
thing. Ben Ali's easy victory at San
Francisco has restored him to the ten
tn one company of Pore Rye. Free
Knight ha failed to maintaiu his firm
ness and bas dropped to twenties, as
have Preciiwa, Tun Thousand and Sis
Himyar. Birthday has fal'en from
ths grtce of twentj-fives to f"it'es.
BAS KB ILL.
Rata an MriiniriU-siame al Other
onlhrra Clllra.
The game between Memphis and
Savannah was interrupted in the first
inning by 1 rain-Btorm, which ren
dered postponement of the gtme
necessary. It w.s a lacky storm far
the Browns, for their new catcher,
Broughton, had not arrived, and the
indications for a crushing defeat were
promising, as there was a man on
first, another on second and a eluguer
at the bat, with nohndv out when the
storm came up. If Broughton tan
play to-day, and ran bold O'Leary,
Memphis will doubtlefs do herself
proud.
The other league games yesterday
were genuine surprises, every favorite
losing.
Baaeball Botoe.
At Macon Macon, 7; Nashville, 6.
At Augusts, Ga. Augusta, 11 j At
lanta, 5.
At Charleston Cbattanroga, 2;
Charleston, 1.
Kilroy only ge'.s $1500.
Phobamb winners to-day: Mem-
phir, Nashville, Charleston, Atlanta.
Toe PittsburKS played at Cincinnati
yesterday and won by tremendous bat
ting. Barhley was spikud at t'ut p'.ato
in H1.1 third inning aod Carroll wan
substituted. Attendance, 3 )1 tt. Scjre
Cincinra'.i, 1; Pittsburg, 13,
Henry Lomi started a purse yester
day tj buy Fusielbaoh a present for
faithful work ham ml the tint. I tie.
necessary rum w.'S raiH:'d in lit een
minutes. A salt of clotl.es haibtea
suggested as the molt i',C!:e;it;.ble gilt
Tub L'nden Street Nine defeated the
Shelby Ktrest Nine yet-trday by a
score c f :i0 to 12. Clavin and Goodbar
were the batteries for Linden Street
and Gliston and Pease for Shelby
Street. Two double plays were mnde
by Moore and Siunders.
McGinn is was locked to pitch for
St. Louis at St. Louis yestetday, but at
the last moment Carulbers was sub
stituted, and, he being sick, pitched
very badly and was hat leu an over the
giounds, and the Louisvilles won the
game easily and without special feat
ure. St Louis, 1 ; Louisville, 12.
Tub tibles wera turned on the
Metropolitans at Baltimore and they
were defeated in an interesting game.
Heavy batting and tine fielding was
done by both sides. The vUitord,
with tho exception of Orr, were una
ble to do anything with Kilroy until
the eighth and ninth innings, when
five of their nine hits were made.
Homers and Green did the bett batting.
Score: Baltimore, 12; Metropolitans,
0.
TriB Brooklyn club secured its first
victory at Philadelphia yetterday, and
administered a crushing deft a' to tho
Athletics. Weaver tltcl.ed for the
Athletics and the vwitors bejan
pounding him in the iimt inning, and
never let up until the grvr.e was ended.
The visitors also played nn excellent
game in the field. The Alhlolics mad')
a miserable exhibition in the Hold and
cou'd do very little with the bit. At
tendance, 2500. Athletics, 2; Brook
lyn, IS.
THE LITTLE STRIKE
H-tt.1 Willi II THE CAR IsRIYKK
WIRE HE NT.
1 be Line All Idle for He? en Hour
A WHUeis t'outract
Niarnrd.
The street-car driveis wars deter
mined to have a little fun at the ex
pense of the Memphis City Railway
Comnanv. and actually made a feeble
attempt yesterday to imitate their first
movement here. The demand made
by them on the cotnpaiy was given in
the Apikal Tuesday morning, fol
lowed bv the statement Thursday
morning that the company had agreed
to pay the came as the ne company,
13 cents an hour with half an hour
for dinner, the drivers accepting this
and not insisting upon their demand
of 10 cents an hour. Everything went
along smoothly Wednesday, but yes.
terdav morning a demand for a writ
ten contract aud the 16 cents an hour
was renewed. The company declined
to pay 10 coats, and no cars
went out. Stable hands made a trip
or two, and at the corner of Main and
Beale a red car, filled with ladies and
driven by a hi stler, was stopped by a
crowd, one of the men turning on tue
brake in the raar, while two ethers re
versed the mules and lorced the man
to drive back teward the stable. Chief
Davis and Sergt. Kunholz arrested the
trio and threatened tue remainder
with so much succe?s that the car was
enabled to proceed on its way and
there wai no mora trouble. The
strikers who wr ra arrested gave their
names as 11. T. Jordan, Mke Itohr
and Ed ltose, and were charged wit 11
malicious trearais and attempting to
incite not. Shortly after they were
arrested the drivers agreed (o go to
work if the company would
sign a written contract to do that
upon which they had vetbally
agreed the day before, 13 cents an
hour and half an hour for dinner, and
the cars were started out once more.
The captured trio were released and
went to work again.
The Knights of Labor are under
stood to have had nothing to do with
the afiVr, and the movement was en
tirely without public sympathy.
He Went by Ibe Rnlea.
Puck: "I wish you wouldn't grin at
mo in that idiotic way, Mr. Lightwaist ;
you make me nervous?"
"Can't help it. My Hand-book of
High-toned Etiiuettt says you must wear
a pleasant smile during the pauses in
conversation, and I'm wearing one,
that's all."
-- -;
A DrtiKgiKt'n Si lory.
Mr. Isaac, C. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes ns: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balsa'A for
the Langs. I can say of it what I
cannot say 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
cough, with the happiest effects. I
have used it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
use."
DundrniT
IS BRXOVCD BY TBI CSB Of COCOA 1!B,
And it sti'ma.Vt.8 and promotes the
growth of tfcebvur.
Enrcett's Flavoring Efrtr.tt, tru tlm
beet
APRIL 22, 18S0.
inERESITO FIGURES.
THE
STORY T0II BY THE
SESSOU'S HOOKS.
AS-
Nearly Tea Thousand Poll In
City-The HMVrence In
Ward.
the
The recent report of tax astivnuoni,
to which little attention wa paid
when it was submitted, contains a
good many items of interest not only
to tax-payers and to those interested
in tho growth of the city, but t
those who are figuring on the result of
the election to take p'aee in August.
The following summary will be of
use to the public generally:
A
O
3.0
a "tf
First
Second
Third
Fourth
Fifth
Sixth
Seventh
Eighth-
Ninth
Tenth
Total City
DINTKUTS.
First
Second
Third
Fourth
Fifth
Sixtli
Seventh
F.ighth
Ninth
Tenth
I'.leventii
Twelfth
Thirteenth
Fourteenth
Fifteenth
37S
l,50ti
8112
ii;ui
lilM
l,40t
1.16
(Mil
1,089
717
1,417
9,745
:;s5
510
:i78
225
474
457
4;ii
:$7i
(152
20i
:ii:t
ii:
67!
8!l
2:ti
till
1112
51
4:i
71
51K
IHiO
5,82t
31:
SNS;
17S
141
2
rtq
15
:i:t;
:isii
400
25S
117:1
Hit:'.
:t:U
77ii
1,070
201
27:.
245
240
2HS
15
24
21
171!
211
41!
15i
41(11
Sixteenth
Seventeenth ....
211
12S
HiiihUvntli
2S7
Total Countrv..
,;. hi,
5.S2I1;
15S
7.4SO
0,745
Total Ci y
8NH'
Total County..
12,:i(i2' 1,0:i5 1 17,225
Add one oiuMh for those over ioll-tux age,
but who are still younr enouith to votn and
totul votilK population It thown to be l.H.Wll.
The F'nut will still remain tlie bloody
first, as it has the greatest number of
noils, lending the Fifth by 07 and tho
Tenth by 89. The voting eapacity of
the wards and district runs as fol
lows: First, Tenth, Fifth, F.iirhth,
Fourteenth District, Seventh Ward,
Third Ward, Second Ward, Ninth
Ward, Thirteenth District, Fourth
Ward, Second District and so oil down
the list, tlie smallest in city or county
being tlie Sixth Ward with 1:10 polls.
So much for population and poli
ticians. When it comes to nrotierty
owners, tlie Fourteenth D'strict leads
with 1778, followed by the Tenth
Ward with 900 and the Kiglith Wartl
with 912.
The city, according to this state
ment, hiiR 710 less property owners
than the country, 7:10 more privileges
ami 17.'!5 more taxable polls.
No better proof of the increase of
the population of our city can lie
given. Allowing fot mistakes, and
without going into theories, it, is easy
to believe that a city which has nearly
10,000 taxable polls has more popula
tion than any late vensas has given
the city of Memphis and suburbs to
gether. '"""holyVeek.
Service In lis Catholic I harrb
Nolemn Kllca,
To-night tbe ofllco of the Tenebm
(darkness from the darkening of the
churches) will be chanted, the services
beginning at 7:30 o'clock. During this
ollice a large candlestick is placed near
the altar, bearing fifteen tapers dis
posed in the form of a triangle, and
representing the light of Christ and of
the prophets who announced his com
ing. Ah the psalms are sung the tapers
are extinguished until only tlie top
mo?t remains. This, as it represents
Christ, is taken down and carried be
hind the altar during the Minercrr,
after which it is put back in its place,
to signify the temporary extinction of
tlie light of Christ between his death
and resurrection.
Thursday being tho anniversary of
tlie Holy F.ucharist and the priest
hood of the new law is distinguished
by two ceremonies of great signifi
cance, which take place during the
solemn mass, which commences M V
o'clock.
During the "t lloria in Kxcelsis" of
this muss the bells are rung, and
thenceforward remain silent until the
same hymn in tlie mass of Holy Sat
urday. A Host, consecrated during
this iiiii s, is carried by the bishop in
procession to a side nltar (called tho
sepulclier), richly decorated, where it
remains and is visited by tlie adoring
faithful during the entire day.
On (iooil Friday the altar is denuded
to signify the desolation of the church,
the prophecies are sung which pertain
to the story of Christ's sufferings,
while the faithful perform what is
called tlie adoration of the cross, and
the passion recording to St. .lohn is
chanted.
On Saturday tho services begin by
the blessing of the paschal candle, an
emblem of Christ arisen, followed by
tho chanting of tlie prophetic passages
of tlie Old Testament pointing to
Christ's resurrection, then the bene
diction of tlie baptismal fonts, from
which the clergy return in procession,
singing the litany of tho saints.
A Wife Mold for 1M).
RocmtMTKR, Minn., April 18 A few
days ago John Leopold ha. I a friendly
sit down at his residence In this city,
with his friend, Gco-ga Weils, a chum
from on1; in the country. They washed
their necks on the ionidu with tl.iid
from the interior tf a black bott e,
aod became more t'lte confidential in
thi ir relations ; so much so that Leo
pold S'i'd his w le to his friend Wells
for tho pttHry oMii'U-r.ttion of $100.
Wells paid jvi-r t if mt.nev and then
told thes'ilf-divoned huih ind lo stand
not on tbe - r '" ' f hit going, butt)
take thj ehi d -n, of whom there
wore several, sod gi for'h f 0111 the
bouee like a lit Una , lopild de
parted as nlot'.1, t iking ihe $l"0
along, buthav iig t.'m children. On
nndeitiking to taku nwiH.i:Mit of his
new-bought wif , Weill found that it
took morethnn t vo .0 make that bar
gain. She red.sed 'o be Mr Wells,
thereu poo th v ife-purchaser became
anxious to git l.mk the n o:iey paid
for the wife he bi-dn't got. He hunted
up Leopold, but that individual con
sidered thebtrgain a good one for him,
and preferred t kei th moiify
rather than redeem t ie wife. Here
ths matter rests at present.
lsnlatllle Ccinenl.
PREPARE FOB FLOOD.
Foundations, cellar walls aud bni' -
cgs suhit
strr"',;.' 1
ject to overflow r'i.ii.i!t !-' '-o'i-
lie
Uad-tr-t.
SEND TT
AN 0.1DF.R BT
run
0
With ;elf Meju-in Cards, lent br mail on application. Yna can hare a pw set ef Shirts
maleb) ienui( us an oU una to m-a-urob)-. WRIIU t'OK OUU PRICKS.
MEMPHIS STEAM SHIRT FACTORY,
JILls NOIUK, lure. J I OLVUJ U OAe
Memphis Steam Laundry,
224 SECOND STREET.
We have the Latest Imi roved Troy Laundry Company's Machinery.
C OLI.AKX, CCFFM ami S II HITS I.Hniidrletl KtiI to New.
CALLS AND DELIVERIES FREE. WORK CAN BE SENT BY MAIL OR EXPRESS. I
LACE CtTRTAIHTS A NIKCI.1ITY.
THE DANGER OF FLOODS.
IMIHtltW WITH N
TRil.1 JIIHIHANr,
Al
Ho
I rtlnka
Mile
lbs I.rvrra Are Auiily
lo Hold All III
Water.
A repn-s'i!tt;ve ef tho Arcttti. had
a talk ytstetday wiih Mr. I). J. AIIimi,
a morel' ant 01 Anstrnl;a, Mi:-?., who is
as much st home in a dug nit at the
average. Miuiitunn in a street-ear, and
f.iund him re f-dly u:icomrned
ahnttt the ove'll.iw.
"1 heard nobody talking al -out tho
aa'nr when 1 left hi me Moiul.iy," l.e
siiid, "and we tnanr-go to keep pn-ity
well posted id wa ihi re. II thete is any
reasou at nil f r a'irm it is sure o lie
felt there, whett , of tonriio, the d.nger
would be iirrtut, ami you tan itnuine
my surplice wnen I reached M.unphU
anil l.mnd a g-eat deal o anxuv lit r
on the sut'ji't t. Mdes of llelei a
seems to be rem onaiMe for the alunii
1 rtal tho dispatdt in the A im-kal
giving his views, tint paid no attention
tn it. Neither did any one l.'e who
knew anything nbunt the river. Tim
merchant of Memph's and rf other
cities initiht as well btgin lo charge. m
all their advtmcw. to the bcttcms to
profits and ions Jf Milei's predict! m
about the water rising sii f et
higher is to be jeslird. It woul 1
ruin them and 11s loo. Passing sad-ly
throuith the usual feaiou fo fl odf,
we began opera it ns tn an lucre iseil
scale, feeling er'ain tl-at tim crop
would be large. .The pliinter.1 plowed
In more ground. ' iiuirand the Lum
ber of IihiiiIi', si oi'k a.'id fanning uten
sils. More am p'lien than uruat "
rf tourae nti K'y, and an oveifliw
now would tin d'f.istrous beyon I el
culatiiin. It w6uld he tovi Into by the
time the waW-r fiibsidod to beg. 11
tl.tiitirig Hgmn. I do not, I 'ok for
tin-re titan inghtt en inches ubvo tlie
present rise. Th- I-vent jtre in very
go.d condition and ciut I stand a great,
deal mure lln.n thftl, espne'mlly tei we
are not liaeiy tn imvn any imrce
winds. It ia tlie wind which ufttmcat
breaks tho camel's back."
TENNESSEE NOTES.
Chattanoooa Timet: Tlie demand
for equal and honest assessment of
property for taxation is heard every
where. Ciiattanimmia Timn: Tho I ml a lice
of power at the po'ls is not held by
intelligence and patriotism. Those
are divided, while ignorance is dkely
to go solidly af er a demagogic caterer
anil leader.
Nasiivii.i.c liaanrr: ARiilo from its
thrasonical ami specious features, Mr.
(iould's letter embodies an earliest
protest against a tremendous evil, and
a protest which will strike a popular
chord in this country.
Nasiivii.i.ic snrr.'fttii : There is not
much practical good to be derived
from the autograph of an ex-l'resi-ileiit.
It is only the man who is in
whose chirographv is invested witti It
living interest to the hungry patriot.
Ciiattanimmia Tihhi: Hun it down
to the root, and you find that labor
makes all that is made, and the man
who gets rich without rendering an
equivalent in some form, is a plun
derer of the masses, a robber of labor.
Nasiiviu.k Amrricun: The failure
of settlement is due to Mr Could's
duplicity in dealing with the repre
sentatives of the Knights of Labor,
ami the motive for his extraor inary
action is telieved to have been a
sordid one.
h'luircille Tribniu: We don't believe
in a citizen being shot down in cold
blood, without warning for every trif
ling nO'cnsc or insult lie may have
given somebody. The day f r that
kind of a thing has pretty generally
jiossed in this country.
N'ahiiviii.e fin'wi: Nearly liulf the
profit on the business of the country
is stolen from women. If they got
fair wages the profit would not lie so
large to capital, and it would go into
hungry mouths and make comfort
able homes and happier hearts.
Nashville Vnitm: How we love
these queens of our hearts our own
dainty, shapely, graceful, handsome,
tender, caressing wives and sweet
hearts, whose loving, soulful eyes melt
holes into our hearts into which ' heir
beauteous owners creep and nestle for
love and protection.
Nashville fminrr on (iould: There
must lie something radically wrong
with our society, our laws, our sility,
w hen one man, a voting man, can, in
thirty vears of active life, accumulate
1000 fortunes, wield iinuieasiirabli
power with his colossal wealth, and
command fiO.Oin) men with tho ttbso
liitisin of an autocrat.
h'nnjvillf Tribune: Sixty of the lead
ing business men of INashville rave
organized an association to promote
manufacturing in that city, which has
already made rapid strides in that di
rection. The promoters of the scheme
will employ a secretary, w ho w ill de
vote hiinscjf to tho work. There is an
example for Memphis.
Advice ( fl oilier M.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
should always bo used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
sutlerers at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awiikes as "bi iirht as a button." " i"
very pieiirant totaste. It
child, M.tteiis ' the gm- -. m : ;.!!
pain, relieve wind, 1 . - i
bowel, ami if the best kn v.:- r. un-ly
f.ir il-iirrliii ii. whether i.;;. it' "t
' t... :',,n.: .r other 'un ! ".'-
MAIL FOR
y
0
OIT" PANOT SIZIIITIM'O,
H.iDV AS 4 MEUUTOK.
Lllllas
Hnaoell aad Her llaekaad
KsvsiBielled Asala.
New Yokk, Ai ril 10 -Walking
slung Broadway th'S afternrou were
In he noticed a muter lit lo man with
swealih ol ch thing 1 nd a d'amond
like a duck's e'.-g. He was pushing a
thick cane before him with nun hand
mid h-liug to guide the t' tt Ting
feet of nu iiif' t Willi the other. It
was Kdward S lonion, and the infant
w is 1 1 1 in Lil ian S l unon, and tho
t. II lml y W'th a back bent in like a
It.nlileiiBiei k wall who was helping
the other half of the. hshy along ai
Lillii'll KiisHell, the baby's mother S'ld
aged o i .onion s w le Anyu- u' c.iuiti
vo two blocks ctl th t there la"
been a rectinc le tii'ti. The parou s ot
the bnhy hioked hit) c.c't othve'd
eyiSBo much that they '.VH'ked ever
ih'i cvliben ef oiher people. In the
Kt. Dni K -stauratit, where tve fun
ily party li.td B'lpi-nr, t'i"V Iv.th !
the unit kind of snip tvid 'hey fe t
augur to tho bihy m tint r'tmti t me.
11 young Lillian s'rng-led alo'g
(liiough the night wi'lintlt piregotit)
she wi I prohabiy anprova ol reconcil
iation forever. At the Union Kq t rj
Ihei t'ir in tlie evening it wa thu
B'lne beautiful fLht, with the. b by
lelt out. Lillian rover once gait-d at
tlie man who plavn tho big II. Idle, bo..
ng a I tho while with h-r eyes
plunged deep down into tin ss of the
lsnl.tr of the orchestra, an.i s f ir tho
uiil whosingn at d t'ances nndjr the
iuiiresiion that she is lus hing
tlie leader of the orcheetia, ho
had never a glance for her. S.)l
enion annnuncod t.i his friends
that everything was all r'g' t, arid
Lillian Kussell came out i f her dretw-ii.g-ionm
to say that everybody has to
he foolish oncn in a while or else there
would be no variety in life. Their
rt'iv ticll iitlun, they say, was all due to
Mr. Hill, who talked 10 them in a wiu6
a-nl enri.es. way, ann s-mwen mum
liow all their inierentc, not excluding
the fiiiHncht1 oiicp, rtenianiletl ins:
they si onlil pull IngH her. ltstnight
Liilinn, who picked up the I aoy ana
went home tn ber mother, Mrs.
Lnonnd. throe wecksago. inovetl over
to Solomon's Itnnse sgi.ui. baby and
all.
Havk tried Tongaline in fiu'ial aeu
ralgia with excellent roMiiltn. It con
trols the attack in few hours, often
g ving almost immediate rulief.
r. tv.unHn, M.u , oeireit. wiee.
HOPKINS'
MILLINERY
Stiiko tho Iron Wkilo It's Uoi.
In order to ntnve err lir. meme ttsok we
rusks tbe fullosrins oner:
flooil 8'raw Hats at 2Rn. J fWi and Te
Ki ra Pns Htrw liati ai II. , II ou. w
K.iimII sirsw Kunnnts. all et
aie
Extra Wide Ur in Unta, lur country..
FIjOWBTIH.
Ileautiliit Rnses, all (Hilars, ier tli isn
Vlulrit', ier il"on ne
ll.,iternuis, iMr dusen l''t
CirriHliiei Pinks. per it sen
Kltiuant liuni'hi 01 rlxwers !
Kxi.ra KIiib Itunrli t of Klower o'J
fniii iiril Krei.o Kln.nrs fnun $1 tn Jo
i.Mrlrli . l, ( Its Itunrhl lor S
I ruils, l.i-aves, Mein", all a-ieis ei Bia
torlal to 111 . ko Aitifiuiul Flownrs.
Krhlal mid MoiinihiirOnlfltsi
The Finest Ascortmoiit of DOLL ! in iba city.
lints KcHliaprd, renflsere 'lesn-t,
llyeil and ( urlitl.
OOLDliN IIAIH WAHM l.y the small or
lane ijuautitr.
We Make a Specialty f Jlillinery,
Employini ttie hett hsnds in the eity, iItc
oi.r wliule a'tentiuu to it, and we d. f ouia
l.ftillnn in that line
n R A J7
Choice Timothy, $14.50 a ton.
From One Ton to Ten Cane
2S4 Front Street.
.US. JAY SMITH &C0.
Xlrldso Notice.
Vi 0TICE is horebr in, that the Cevins
iN tun and Cini-innali r.lovid Raiir.ii.J
Tran-br and Hri.lae f.nuaiiy, ',rJ
ratin ra..uisd and en-tm -'li the
1 .. it,. Kt.ia oi he' lui-kr, a 4
' ndfor-he am.r'i! of tha Horretwy of
rhy-lclatt, iir-.e.i!i aid efoufer,
HKSIDH NCK .S0 OfKIOB.
3i:i Mail M reel, Xeir I'i1h.
Talephone No.lW. .
Q at 7, yoiinf or old.
ri ' 1 Nip
n.U me niacin.
x" linrl t and Suspeuso-
isIrJ'",!".7.,i.,?iS:
Vnriroi o loll r-f
If !a "m k 1U " ",cv "lfjnd'd M
fz-VIliTai I "'" " reiiresent-iil.
nr. I r tn'i" ns ent t rii ,' t.ui no.
Ir I 0 , " tn it -.. lay , V.irk, u
all . ur Wtf-iern "'! r i' v.,i Snnwl.
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r.y ii trt ;ii- r.V-.
r ft rt r I -n cm.
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- v o'wu'n iha 4H. f
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warn! iisn-sun nine . J
II id btlwoon Hie r 11 " ' L..r,t..n an
t'incinnati. pursuer' to th; .rviMas ef tie
i.hr'r aod the ai't "f onirr s. rel' tiag
i "re" K 1. M M KR M lreMra,
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