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TAAA TO $3C00 to loin in sums to
5t"UUv sui' parties nnving octet well
sadnrse.1. rent notes, chattel mortgages r
, other Triple .,.ur,trlm;ytFFT
BICYCLE LAMP In frontof mj office, :
Union atreet. Finder wil- r-turn
to ire. HtP TKKP.
CALL "N MADAME PETF.RS,
l'BBOYPSV CLAlKVuY ANT.
17 jenerson atree t. up-tairp.
C CISTERNS Built and repaired d war
. ranted. Inventor o' the banitarr Fort
Wad Cement Pump. Contractor end brick
layer, leiepnnne bib, muo. waju.a-u
n l-T) t?'lll IVT iTmRIIRY AT
D. l n uii r. i a . 1 1 "--- - .
t tit a, : a i'.mrii Nntmrv
1JA1, .lT!U VWS,",V J It if
a i - a .1 TtAAn. And IJ.H.
Commisiloner, at ?W oBea. No. J Kiidi
ann ativat. rOU.KTloNB A t-PBCIALTY.
H0RSB-0a Monday. April 2iUh. on b
horse, about 11 year. id. $10i reward
farretur- to LiBfchausr Uhma.t Main.
HORSE Oa Monday, April SWth. bay
hone, about 11 y eare year old. Lto-
ral reward fnr ntturn of aame to
LINKUAUER A LKHMAN. 291 Maiii.
MEMPHIS- DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY. APRIL 3O.lSS0.
TilE DRIMER TAX.
A CLOSE G.UIE.
MEinilS DEFEATED BY A SCORE
OK 8 TO 1,
In tlie Most Eidlin? Bixcball Cm
test of the lhanpicns.ili
a. I. BAV DADfll U ... M A
UE1B OA I BVIn ""I"' ...
Linihaiwr A Lehman. Main at.
NB DARK RED COW-With biased
J faces o horn crooked: giving about
V? gallon nf milk; left ay laco on Sun
day. April 25th. Will pay a lloeral reward
n her dslivorT to me.
WHITE COWS Ona with ropo around
hand, reward forth-ir return to K.
BARTON, nenr Curve. Herrando mat.
KO0M8 AM) HOARD.
I Ativib airy rwm u r....w ..
IJ heobiatnedby gentleman and lwif. or
ton gentlemen, In suburbs, by addressing,
with reteroneas, R. 1).. oaro thu ottioe.
00MS AND BOARD-Kewly furnished,
at -i? marvel streot.
mi. aa-aa.!. k-w.- -..-!. a nmill at
parity, strength and wholisomeBss. Mora
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In eon-ptition wr.n the
muiutuuo oi iww i..., buuii ..II"' "ir
rkitn.nhrtta-, nAWrlaTS. Sold ontv MdfU, Rill 41.
nan Pnwii. I'n.
.Sold only tacaaa. Runt
, 1IW W,M .t ,N.wV.-.V
Fornltuie, Cat pels and Household
Effect On account of removing from the
T l i nil. at auction. SATURDAY
MORNING. May lt, all of my Fntnltnrf ,
Carpet! and Uouaehold Effects.
.ti . V'i nun"
00M Fumi-hed room, with or without
onara, ai i iv "in i.ir-t.
B0AKDEK8 wiahini comfortable borne"
with excellent table accommodation
will fiad It greatly to their advantage to
ome to the Polk Houte, 3uo Seoond atreet.
TrnnticnU will be well cared for at le than
,-h.lt th. -."Il Maner
00M3 AND BOABD Oeaifabie rooini
BT. JAMXS HOCSK-Cor.BMnnd and Ad
amnta, Room and board t&por woek.
Dar boardori wntd.
OARD With icellent room,
5 NICK Room i, furnished or unfurnished,
with or without board, at 137 Madion it.
riWO largo anturnirhed room, with or
L without board, at 6 Madiaoa itreat, eor-
n)rM Nieely fnrnUhed front roomi, at
no Monroe ttreei.
S ROOM COTTAUK,
'372 Adami itreet.
2-8'lORY IIOUSKS Berenth and Carolina.
' iroouii. in. ljurcui:e. itipiin-nm ty..
At 70 Second itreet.
H0i:SK No. 73 Adami itreet, on corner
Third: three itnrioi; good rruiri mm
304 Second atreet.
TVtlt'G RBSIPENOE-377 Orieana atreot,
Jl juit oonth of Vance (on the new atreet
oar itneit nouao in poi;a rpimr. i-i' j v.
R. W. HARRIS. 800 l'rontat.
HOCSK Two etory frame, 35 Marke1 at.
new, with all modern improvement
AnlTt L. FRITZ. 11 Main at.
TJirjtiNISUBI) ROOMS For gonU and lor
l bnuicltrcping, M iioy-onriaireet.
rflWli eloitiint front rooina, furnihed or
I nnfnnii.sh.d. A Dnl v a 8i A uama at.
T3UUMS l' urninhod or unfurniahed, at 118
riocona arrcoi. neierences renmrcu
URNISI1KB ROOllS-Anply t cT
lit VUU IV A DA.
" tOTTAOE Tbroo roonoa, eintern. at 257
1 Heoriria atreet. Ai iny nexi room
WTiAOK No. 414 Laulerdalo, 7 rooma
Vy tn good repair, goou eiaiern s por
. i . i . . : imu lit.lH
IITII . TIIIU Wi.U m,.m m vallnkln firm (1 .
bliUilllwn-niiM .lima ii
accountant ir traveling aaleaman for
torri-ory of Arkanaaas the latter preferred,
j - tin- fni. I li.i.n.rul - twist rf.
OtenceS KlVCn. r or nuTLll'Uluri, uiunm
w. L. DKLCNY, Nmhville.l'enn.
r0 ADVANCE MONEY On hounhold
L proierty without rcmevaK 0A"rt(r,,8
61 AnTlMEN-Tha St. Louia, A
Z.UUU -nd Taxaa Ry., in Miaao
kanaaaand Texas, want 'JUrt) white i
I Miaaouri, Ar
aktt and cnl
ored lahnren on aootlon or. traina. etc.
crerv ' month. Traaaportation frto from
Memphis tn the work to mn who moan busi
near, ror turwier in"rniwn. mvi'tw w
J. B. CULAFLINES, M Front .treet,
u .1, : - t.km
IiVERYBODY-To call and aee theeele
Ll brated Oypay Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
. ecroci, near ropiar,
Failure to bunch tbeir bit loet
Memphis a b?antifull played same
yesterday by a score oi 2 to 1. It was
a game in evorj way eieJitableto boih
nine, th fielding beiDgeharponbotb
aides and the errors inconsiderable.
It took eleven innings to decide tne
0 . m mnA tViM ATiitAmnt van met in
tense at Charleston tbat it tflected the
ires, or rather the man at tne UDanes-
InN Mil f If wKn ihi! mn nervnnl ha
could scarcely handle his instrument
The pucninc oi uLary yeeteroay
. , i . i il. ; - I
proven uim wt vm iue auponui ui
Knouff and Black, and bis work at the
bit and In ruanlnn bases is not ex
celled by any of nnr men and equaled
only by Blick. It all the Memphis
nine played ball as bard ai O'Leary
we mittbt have won yesterday's game.
The Charlestons made their first rnn
in the first Inning. Kay Hied out ; Oil
man bit f ir a simile and stole second ;
Gardner flied out. Crowley was struck
by ball and allowed first base. Eros
nsn then went to the bat and
m. fUta innnlnr. O'TBrv maHft a hlllk.
I IUIQ JUUV.U'U V " J . w I
and Ihn umpira allowed Uiluim to
score.moman solngto nrst sni v.;row-
ah In Ihltil .,wa I vgii tn TIC P
the ball and went to first, but Holland
retired the side by a liner to short
stop. Memphis scored in the third
Inninn s,n KnaA'l'a ainola. Maria,! a
Ion i hit to right field and a grounder
mond'this season. In the s-rotid and
third inninirs Nashville etitwe led in
scoring seven runs, nude by blundT
icg errors of the tavannabs, but in the
nestinnitg iVauuah wont lo bit
with deteruiica ion, and by the ninth
inning succsedfi in tieing tlie sc"rp,
and id' way the game emVj. The
umpiring of Greeu was very nnUir
ar.d give agre de'lof d'h ii'isfaction.
Odav ami Moikwe 1 were savannah's
btttt ry ; Brovnan ar.d Earlj lor Na"t
ville. i!a ii ts t-nvauta't '.), rsli
y 1 e 12,0'Bvy stiuck ont f , I.rytian (Sj
earned ruur. Nashville 3. Score, 7 to 7
at end of tkventb inning. Uatno
called on account o. darkness.
tiLXEBAL MEETIM1 OF THE ( OT
.Hemorlal Prepared by the Commit
tee for Treaeutatiou to Coogres
TOVNO Woman, tierman nr Irish, to do
work ofamall family, at 8.1 Mulberry st.
GOOD PLAIN C00K-(WHITE)-At 153
tieorgia atraot. Fort Pickering; good
wanei: releroncta required.
rpo LADIHS AND GENTLEMEN If yon
JL wUh to Msjonr future huaband or wile,
oallon MADAME PKTERS,
IT Jeflcr-on atreet, up-ataira.
JADY AflKNTS-For Mn. Campbell'.
.J New "Tilter'' aTilter, Buatle, lloop
akirtand Vnderakirt combined. lioopa can
be removed and Kkirt laundried. Adjusta
ble to an v alio. Ve j fathionaole, and lulla
t.n- to every well-dreMed ldyaa Boon as
shown. Agents double their money. Al;o,
a i nil line of new furnishing gooda for ladiea
and children. Addresa, with stamp, B. II.
CAMPBELL A CO , No. 4et Woat Randolph
atreet. Chicago, III.
fPO BUY One mare mule, medium sice;
I 1 ... B ilu... nai. n, Ik.m A II 111 V tl
loom IU, no. jihwiaoo airgpv
UR8B GIRL White nura girl.
Apply at ltm Aaama aireet. .
"LTXPBRIENCKD AGENTS And eorre
Hl spondents for new buaineas. Positions
permanent. Salary or commission, "rite
1 SALARY TO AGENTS A d-
at onna. DR. SCOTT'S
i.Kr.TRTM flOODS. S42 Broadway, New
York. The only gen nine
QVERTON A OROSVKNOR.
Cn'ici o. tecoio itreet,
Offer f sale the Ivllowing choi'e property,
terina on which will be made known at their
No. 85 Madiaon Mreel tH'in' new iwo
story brick reiidenc-. lot XtW W
southeast corner of M.dion atreet and firat
alley eaet of Thi d atreet. Right large
rooma anil all modern iinprovemeuia. neuiai
value, liuu per monin.
lfnm. Wnll imilFAVAll. Ven
acres land, honae of aix rooma, neoeaaary
outboueea, oronaiu, rpienoia weii, ipwuih.i
lawn and forest grove in Iront of house s new
foasaaani roau ,u,icuiuii5wn ,w .ii- .
on north aide of Union avenue, IN miles
east oi too cuy.
T 11. ..1. i .. I T.A.ilni. tr. in .
HO. OIU Demo niiirei ' '
reaidence. lot tuxliH feet, ten large rooms, in
good repair, nentai vniue, per muDiu.
v. no.-, wAlll,..n utrul Twn-atiir
HU. O n .iiiiiikii. .""Tr. it It I,
frame reaidence, opposite W. D. Detliv 1
rtaidence, eiaui rooma, in urii-uiam
tion and eonvanisn.ly arranged; lot 40x1. a
Free, svjuu. M , , ,
- J...1..LI. ....... .f Al.hnm.
1 very ui"i"ui - . -
Ima, .ml '1 hiirntnn avenue, talt of and ait-
joining the Wetter place Two-ftory, Irame
residence, nine rooma, in gonu repair, iu
lrxe cistorns; lot equal lo about an acre of
TV 1.1- IT" L' .. ... ..L.ln.a Hnnll
I"JUD B-iCHWHinill riilim uil.-riuij
No. 1178 and 30 Vance street! even rooms
each, in aood repair : lot OOxHS fcot. Rental
value, . per monin.
rnoe, I-HU'I, or-mio l.ir enuer iuu.-iiinii..
n.i.. mii...i.... 1ii.ii. Vnrth aiil nf li rattier
betweon Wellington and LnucHrdile atreeta:
hon'o of eight rooma, in good repair; lot
fncc. sitai i
In vinimnt Ailfim- Strt et lle.'idcnce N ear
Mactvuus street. ,
V.. QQO .Tfliriinn rttr.i.t. hHlwean Llllldor-
diile and Orli-uu treets-Two-atory frunie
re idence, ton rooma, limooii repair, an mm
ern improvements; lot 37x148 leet. Rental
vulue, MO per innnin.
,. K.i riittnocs Noi. 172. 174. 170 and
178 Orleans street between Madison nnd
Monroe st eeta, tlirce rooms escn; ii euxiiw
leet; very dcniraljld lor mechanioi. Rental
value, 15 each.
rricc, rimiu ravu.
No. 71 Calhoun bUeut, near iaialn Frame
eottage. five rionis, built last year. Rental
value, J20 per month.
I.nt 35. on west side of Auction Square,
35x75 feot. .
Lot 10, on south side of Auction Square,
South half of lot 2l2, on west aide Seoond
atreet, between Overton and Conoord atreeta,
37x148 feet, with amall honae.
Lot 7, in Mock 13, on west' side of Shelby
street, betweon Linden and Pont ;'oe atreeta,
GOx&IO feet. This lot fronts on Shelby aid
rice t -w.
No 9 Howard's row, or Union street, 2fxl00
Test, thret-Slory one auireiniu., m liiu
rrpair. iuntat va:ue, too iw uioum.
100 Lots, each having a front of GO feet by
a depth of 170 feet, fronting on valttonn,
Clay, Webster and Oeorgia streets.
Price. $15 tot 10 per front loot.
rn T un.liji r.-. -..i.U frnnlln. ntl Hnf.
farans. Looney, Ewing and Manassas streets,
inninin aru. ..,....
rnoe. to lo per iruuviiui.
r 1,, n. ...! nr M.in .lr... 74k14H
(i.t. be'tween Winchester and Market
I- Ullll k. ..U a, k.Pll.in.
Lot 4oli. soutbwnBr, corner oi ceconu nun
Sycamore streets, nnxnn leci.
i t r.i w, iu.i'1.
Ut IIU. nnrlhn-i.t imrnnr of O.arlon XUd
llnru si reels, naxno icei.
c. -.1 . I 'l.lnnb Vn. COO
o .i .i i nna Ar liA Rn.ut. hiiililins-fl In
the city; four stories, iron front; Jlxl4H foot.
Ron a lor 13o per nionrn.
rji rt.antlfnl linililini Lots, of one and two
acres each, in Clnybrook subdivision, one
milo east ol city, ociwcen union aveuue
ii i . -1 r-iv,-. t'lini in a.'lt n., acre.
rOpiUT Bl.OT.ll e. iiv
l.ni X2. on soutbwoat corner of Adams and
Manuaas Itrrnts, 60x150 leet.
Price, $50 per foot.
v . n - : It..... 1 1 1. . 1 1
l.Ott on rtnaa euuo,
vision, at $25 per foot; and lot on Jefferson
street, corner oi manassaa, at. sw wt iuv.
Call and exatiiina ourliats. We offer some
special barsains, and will take pleasure in
showing property to parties wanting to buy,
either for building purpose- or aa invest
ments. Title perieet. Abstracts furnished
when 'aT0S k OR03VEN0Rf
ail Seoond atrggt
w- n ar A rot w A nr. rou a Knim1 HPfirinff.
Naithftp r.iIa urnrpi. (rift or that until
the eleventh inning. Brosnan was
firiir air fA liar I vt I .nHrlHRuill. WHDE IU
11 ail K. In arnlA aiwir.H. mailt)
third on Powell's sacrifice bit to
pitcher, and scored on Holland s sac-
ittiA. K(f tn first haaa. hfamTlhiB
HUbO Ml. M.HW " . I
failed to score, and the day wai lost,
alter wnat was prooaniy tue umi
nf the Hnuthern Leanue
serus. The features of the game weie
n .. . i . I . . 1 . 1 if l.U.
lirougaton s nriiuani wora uouiuu we
K.t tKA nltnltlnr, rf hnt.h iviT-men and
the admirable playing o! Andrews at
first Umpire Mttjuade made a
record ai the nerviest and
nn.mal nmnlrs in tllA 1 ABI7tm and
though frequently hissed by the
0barle6tmiaus be Bever wavered in
kU i1.rn.iAM anil ImnarlialftT. In the
UIO UI lUUVa. awH - .. --j .
tenth inning he stood a test that few
man nnnl.l VlAeA MtnOll BUCCBFf ull V.
The score was tied, the excitement
was intense, and all Charleston was on
the tiptoe of expectation. Two men
wnr.., nnt Wuvllinir WSR (in tlliltl.
Gardner on second, and Crowley at
the bat. wnp.CK went me oan uowa
near third base, past the baseman,
onri w.vklnii snrl (igrdner both
scored, while Charleston yelled itself
hoarse, rne umpire, uowevn, uu-
n..n.l I... oil Dia imrnir ilprinrfil the
hit foul, and oidered Weyhing bank
to third ana uaraner to bocouu, iuu
iIia.i, tv,a-r .ivnrf f ir Crnw!rv was DUt
out on bis bit to third, nud all ChnrleE-
ton siared. Uts were even on iue
grand stand that if Charleston loet
the umpire wou'd be lynched. For
tunately, this dire c.t .strophe was
averted by the timely victory of the
Ceroliniacs in the eleventh inning.
lerEiuiL TO THI irriAL.I
Tba nharloatnh and Mdninhia clubs
played their tniru game iiiib evemug,
.uiuJi .luf-iatins the Tfinneaaeaoa
by a tcare of 2 to 1 at the end of an
eleven-inning game. Ibe game was
the linebt tbat has beeu played in
. . i .. i , : 1 1. I
Charleston, ana wan waicueu imu
. . 1,-fii.umanl htf m larvA crowd.
irilDO BAl.lw.mwii. J - f--
The Charlestons played a magnificent
though difficult game, tearing in the
firat and eleventh innings. The vis-
Kami n .VBrl WHl I 1.11,1 1 HHI I DIT HVCSTV
point, but only got one man acre a the
home plan, ine score -s an iohuwo
tTtlTUATlON By a young lady as teacher
O in public or private school. Bestreli
ante given. Addrras
A. M.T., Memphis. Tenn
00D COOK Mnat be well recommended.
Apply at this office.
aol nolin MAN Ta wnrlr la Ylnuae.
J AdpIt at 72 Madunn atreet.
&Ciff WILL BUY a new buiinees for
rlSiiUU the olata of Tennessee. Ala
bama, Miaaouri or Louisiana, to make larga
casn pronis od udhuihii .wh
teeted. Par'iea wislun a good buaineaia
dreas MAKI'FACTl'RKK, this office
FURNITURE On account of leaving the
city, in lots to suit, furniture, at 374
T ADIES and Gentlemen, In city or coun
JLi try, to take light work at ttieir hemes;
41 to $3 a cay easily made: work sent by
mail : no canvassing. We have a good de
mand for our work, and furnish steady m
t.lovment. Address, itb stamp. CROWN
M'F'li CO-WlVnc at.. Cincinnati, Ohio.
1 TltTFnr aeneral housework: whit
.T preforrcd. Inquire at 158 Hernenilo at
nn.nDna rtaull TI.- .n.ilAM Ttrink
Storehouse, No. ltil Boale street, just
eaat o Dcaoto: lot 21x7o; will take son.
UK0. T. VANCE, Citliens' St. R.R. office
lOOD second-hind BUUGY. full cth
jl top. lorri a- nan a pwi.i umn.
POSITION-As Stenographer, and Typa
Writur; terms reasonable. X, th's offi-'e.
A GENTS With small capital. We have
U.X. something new, no risk, large profits,
-liiecial 30-r!ay ofior, write at orce.
LiLIUIUir CO 11 P.n.l .tl-Mll. w. v.
WHITE WOMAN-To learn new shirt
ironing MEMPHIS STEAM LAUN
DRY AND Pll l tvi: r AUluitt , at oecono.
a, ,IUCUITU 1 Ita.bamtlh l.-rlll
,D a country shop. Must also be a good
aies paia. tiui ou
aLLKN A CO
--wood workman. Good wages
. ,la-.. . n. .T. A 1.1
ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS II anasome
new two story bouae and lot. HhxIbS,
adjoining State Femnl College
v 1 1 1 1 l a " a.......
MiiKO. Ooorgia street, one block west or
Main itreet. Aanrese i. a. hiiub v. .
-iHTnilAIIITA' (MEXICAN) DOU-Oood
W pet for children
Apply at 17 Jeffers-in
as osdeb:bt4mail for
A.B. R. B H. P.O. A. .
..5 0 0 3 4 0
..4 0 0 0 1 0
... a i o :i o o
..4 o o i: o o
..501 1 1 2
..4 0 0 11 0 1
. 4 0 1 0 15 0
...3S 2 4 33 28 3
A.B. R. B B. P.O. A. U
,..4 I 0 1 (10
.. 5 0 1 2 0 0
...5 0 1 li 0 0
..6 I 0 0 0 0
...4 0 0 1 0 0
b. 4 0 0 0 3 1
3 0 1 2 0
...4 0 1 0 10 1
...38 1, 6 33 24 . 3
riUTAR-On.3 B Martin A Co gu.r.
VJI witn case, nu-i as., uvvwa-.
DincTnDV HQ Main atravnt
ELLINGTON STKKKr RESIDENCE
7 rooms, AI order, lrst-ciasi neigh
borhood; "eat baraain
M. B- CON'AWAY. 2S. Main at.
Y Cottaie Residence ; 7 rooms :''
derdale st. : large lot. J O. I'lERCK.
8av, s e ...
Oilman, r. I..
HoUand, 3d b..
Maneel, 1. 1
A nrlrnarfl. lgt b
Lavin, c. I
Phelan, 2d b ...
BC0BC BY INNINGS.
Inmnm..! 94 S 6780
rharl'tnn..! 0000000 12
MamDh g..O 01 O0OUOU 1
Summary: Two base hlta Holland,
Bronghton. Three base hit Gard
ner. Total base hiU Charleston, 7;
Memphis, ti. 1-eic on uase nariea
ia 5. Bases ttolen
riia-iicMirnn 7. MAmnnia. z. mruua
oat By Weyhing, 10; byOLeary,
G. First base on balls Ott weyn-
ning, 2 ; off O'Leary, 3. Double plays
u.n.n .nil Pnwoli. Rnlterbv. Wevh-
in and O'Lsary. Passed balle
Lanser, 1; Brougthon, 1. Wild
throws O'Leary, 1. Time of gamo,
2:!. Umpire, jvictuaia.
Atlaata, Hi Macon, .
lunacnr. TO TBI ArrgAli.l
Macon, Ga., April 2i). Atlanta wort
bcr second game from Macon here
this afternoon. Schaefer and Guneon
were the btttery for the visitor.
i. - -.I ln a ii naw Vniorv Phvimhpr-
D1HLUU , II V HI II " " . . . . j , v -
I.t.. Aa.it T.inicila C h fl TTl Yl Afl 111 Tl . th OU C h
1B1U AtaVA r-
nineteen years old, considering hie
firat annearince. Di'cbel well.
Tka AH.niiia fair lir ontnlavpd the
A.UO jau.iia- ' J I ' .
home team. Following is the ecore:
Macon, 2; Atlanta, 8.
v 'wncA rnnsi wiacnn. nniiA : AtmiitH.
none. Struck out: Chamberlain, 4;
"TTl N INTELLIGENT, Earnest
.ati. man to represent a I arse, roanonsible
Barclay street house in his own locality and
outside large cities. A remunerative salary
to right party. References exchanged. Ad-
dross BA RC LA Y. Bog 1585, N. Y.
IflVERY trSS In need of a bard, smooth,
Lj durable and waterprnol pavement or
II Jr. exami. WATSON'S BITUMEN CON-
CREIE.Iejepbone JS. .
TjO ARDKRS At HO Madiaon ; nice rooms,
JJ good fare; tranaisnta accommonated.
GSNTS tn every section of tho country
for two New Books, just ready. SrictaL
TsRMSto men of experience capable of ail-
log a large territory. Sute eiperienoe, age
and territory warted. tA!otLL CO.
tlimitwl), 822 Broadway, Y., and 40 Dear
born atreet, Chicago
S AlTESMO In every State in the It. Inn
lirert. PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING EsIABLlSUMKNT having several
M-xcut.tiis thatare popular and easy aell
in. Can be handled alone or in eor,nectirn
w.rli other goo.ls. Address TH B
'f AK'i.VlAl(:i-"u. CO., BALUK0HS, YD.
PIAN0S-A large assortment of aeoona
hand Pianos, lome as good a tw.
Pricea from $51 uuward. A CUickenag
Grasd, cheap for cash
a. nii(..nnn vi
ORGAN A good pipe organ, having two
banks of keys, 24 stops, and 1 pcteva
pedal baas, at Second Pren'-tenan church,
g - , aai. T 1 if t t ' li 1 VN sV I'll
EGGS Pure Plymouth Rock and Brown
Leghorn agg.s, at It for 15.
JUU.(5(JPI at Ul.rti, -.'i rrum
RY BARREL STAVES. CHEAP In
car lots. BRINKLEY LUMBER CO.,
tpiNE PAYING HOTEL RUflNESS-tiit-S?
uated in one of the livest towns in the
bouth. Does a business of over Ilia) per
month. Bar can bo added lo the business.
If desired. For terms, add'eaa
J. d. ai., noi n, jieriuiMt. mini..
T NEWPORT SEWS, VA.-l'-JO loU.5oti
feet water fro it. 4C fret deep. For full
intormation address W.M. A. DIAU
S7 i.aiinrron acreer. dbhiiiii.i .ma.
T'ENSi'-SKS STATS CEkTIKlCATKB
I fcta oe'vattl -i and all ioa to thg
etaU. ' gYiaT'JH.A ttWsViSVR.
Angwata, 10 t HaUanwoga. O.
fsrioui. TO THB ArrgAli.l
Acocma, iA., April 2' The home
team pat in Reardoa to-day. and Chat
tanooga hit hint for six singles and
failed to cross the home plats. Au
gusta hit Kelly batd all aiound, and
the playing in the fijld was of the best
kind. There were no other special
feature. The errors recoraeu seainei
Angasta were almost unavoidable.
Betting to-night is even tbat M aeon
will down Atlanta to-morrow, ana
about 4 to 1 on Augusta against Chat
tanooga. Rsardon and Sutcliff Au
gusta's battery; Kelly and McClnng
or Chattanooga. Angasta shot out
CUatUnojga ; score, 10 to 0.
Naaltvllle, 7 Sarvannab, 7.
(SMfllAI. TO THg Al-rilL. I
Nasii villi, Tens., April t!. Tba
game between Kashville and (Savan
nah was probably the meat exciting
game that bas been played on the dia-
What has become of FufHslbach?
Atrlitics vs. Eck fords at the new
Ip Charleston is padding, nv ns
pie. We have soared on padding,
Thi Loaisville-Pittabarg game yes
terday was postponed on account of
The Charuntonians are addina in
sult ti injury. Their paners call our
nine "Jde mphia Mnnins.
Sniio hat played an errorless game
at short for two successive games.
Will wondeis never cease T
Maragbu Levis of Chattanooga is
spooring the country for a pitcher,
tecond baseman and an outtlcWer.
Tn Innnffittnl nam. VtAttvAAn tltA
Chicaeos and the Kansas City club of
the champioTiBbio seasou was pro
vented vesteidav by rain.
Thkrb is to be a Texas League start
ed with the following cities: Gaivrs
ton, Houston, Waco, Delias, Auotin,
ton norm ana run auijiuu.
Thb Cliarlf stoa Ai'iw awf Ontrirr
iava: "The Memphis unilorm is one
nt tha nrat iAHt vt ic?ri in l;iiarleston.
The colors are very light blue and
dark brown. ' 'Ibis is not much of a
consolation, but let us be thankful
even for that.
That T-aT.,A BArim nrtflnAil At Kt.
Louis ye. taidsy, and notwithstanding
a vaa and fall V l-nlll at ill 1Rnhf r f 111 1 V
filXM) neonle wtra on the mound. The
Detroit! piayea an aimos. perieci
game, making but one error, and tbat
nnmtionan e one. wane tueir oat-
ting wes very fine and heavy. The
home team also played well, but they
a .. a . . . .t-1 , - . l...a at
laiieatoget onto ataiuwin out tores
hits in the whole game. Score : De
troit, fl; St, Louis, 2.
To. Vittmnintiahtn iiAuion (if thfl
National Loasue waa oponed at Waal
A 1 IA.I. . - t A
lngton yeBicruay wn-a jchiub uwtweru
riio Katinnal and Philadelphia clnba.
Never bnfore did such an assembly
gatiisr in mat city m wiiiicbb a un
gains ai tbat which tested the capacity
nf naititnl Park veaterdav. Many la
diea were present, and the Marine
Band did the blowing. The Nationals
outplayed their opponents at all point'.
Score: NatiotuV, 6: Philadelphia, 3.
Two thousand porsmo welcomed
ilia Kr I.nnin clnh at Cincinnati VCS'
a . I . I. 1 . . . 1 :
ii'ruay, in ppuo oi iuo luicninuiun
T..i.jilii.r Tha viaitnra continued their
hfavy batting record and began the
game by earning tour runs; uy oaru
hitting and gona Dane running tne oi.
Louia men rained their Ecore to nine
by tho fourtU inning. The home team
made four nueained rum in the sixth
inning. Play was stopped at the end
of the first half of the bixui inning on
account of lain. Ciucinnati, 4; St.
Tntr A ihliiiina of P'.il'MilHlohia bat
ted May freely yesterday, and, assis'.
oil bv Arrnra n f McLHUBhlin. Foster
aEd Crotty, thoy ran up a Bcore of
8 runs. The Metropolitans could do j
nothing against Matthoa-a except in
the seventh inning, when the first j
four batters made safe hits, and three
onmail -.tins SOrfl HPnrfn. With the
exception of a neat left-hand stop by
Bradley the nelding was wiinout par
ticular feature. Attendance, 1500.
Athletics, 8; Metropolitan s, 3.
To-day's came tt Baltimore was
rl k. I a. hnavv hattincr of both
tbo Brooklyn and Baltimore clube.but
the home team uuncneo tueir uiuj iu
the eighth Inning and won the game.
Toole andKilroy were the opposing
pitchers. A SHU WIUU jirBveumv. very
effective work, and both wew very
unsteady. Poor base ranninjr by.
Scott and Manning allowed the visit
ors to make a triple piay in me murin
i..ii, Rit-ntra and Fnlmer did the
beat batting for Baltimore, tnd Mo-
Clellan's batting, Dase running ana
n.tilln-, mdii ramnrkahlv .brilliant.
Scof-e: Brooklyn, 9; Baltimote, 14.
Tub League championship serscn
-. In.mall9 OrlAnAO in JAW IOrK
City yesterday by the NeW York and
Uoston U1UUB. toe auouuance wan
1 1 (itit narconn. KlavBn inninirs had
lo be played before the contest was
decided. J he excitement was intense,
.,i1 K a ,ia, rtf TinipA rlnfloa snV at
tempt at description, as the chances
oi winning nung in tne Da ante, sun
inclined first to one side and then to
the other, and the result was delight
fully in doubt until the end. Ger
hor.n rarriaA nff the honors. Thou
-.amis flocked over the fonces at the
close, amidst a dia that sounded like
thunder, and wanted lo carry tue
nlavnra off the field. Score: Bjston.
4; New York, 5. !
"Tim" ham r sfln iloinir It again
MprA In what the Chattanooga imn
bas to say about Umpire Burns in
Saturday's game: 'The nmplre waa
vxtH an tin ml rtlrna wAatardav. swnacially
on ChatUnooga. He seemed to take
H. oh in cainno atiigeaon Arunuei
Ta tha aiTilt Innints ha called two
strikes on 'Tug,' putting him out. This
was too mucn lor -lug, ana no aicaou
vigorously. He waa lined S25, entire
ly too much for the offense. It was
evident Bums was lavonng tue noma
tfam, and some vigorous kicking was
Indulged in by Dickerson, Levis.
Arundel and others." As for "Tug,"
we know him well, and often yearn
for him. We would like to see the
color of the pitcher's bair who could
make "Tug" lay down his gloves.
The two fine amateur ba?eball clubs
rf Memphis will tender a benefit to
W. H. Colgan, the wouiidod catcher
of the Memphis League teaan, to-day
nt the toseball park, (iame called at
3 o'clock p.m. suarp. Admission, 25
ihnses leava the Peahody
from 2 till 8 o'clock. The fjllowing
players will pa.-tieipa'.e in the conteat:
A aanaial tVtO.tincr nf tKtA Pitttttl
A 1 111.1 m A ' - - " 1 - J "
Exchanga yesterdnv was railed to or-
dsr by President W. J. Cliaae, E. A.
Keel icg secretary. The president stat
ed that the meeting had been called
to hear the rep Jit uf the committee
appointed at a previous meeting to
.....naM . ntAranritil to f VincrrAAa in re
gard to a bill now pending btf ore that
loly concerning me tax on a mm me re.
The committee, composed of Wm. R.
Mooie, cnatrruan; it. u. laauinr, vt.
11. Berry, J.M.Semmes, Wm. Ka sen
be'ger ami M. Cooper, reported aa
To the Senate and Hnuae of Rapresentattvea
oi the unuea r-iaics vi Auacriva, m vuu
'.m a-tilinn.-l KaIi.1. an Incur.
I UUI pwii v.v ..a., a .a
aA.Alat.1 Knat-l tf ITI Hrpll Bit ll. knOWO. SB
the Memphis Merchants' Exchange, of
tbo btate 01 leuneseee, auu ui a ibiko
extant representing the mercantile in
terf s's of tbo city ol Memphis, would
mot-t respsciiuuy repreeouv mu wc
believe tue Interest of all cities and
States of the American Vnion would
be ereat'y promoted by the enactment
. " I , 1 . ll : ll.a ....1.1.
ol a general taw umuui iuo
nud irivileges of merchants, manu
f cturers and producers in all branches
cf trade, in regard to their rights under
the constitution oi our viovi-iuuioui,
which leaves in the bands of Congiejs
"the power to regulate commerce with
foreign nct.ons anu aiaong t" ""'
Slates." Asq ioted by the rresident,
in his recent me wage to your nonor-
.hi. l.n.lu nn tha anhinct of labor
t-trikes, now iuteifering w th "com
merce between tne wa:es, auu anu
equally applicable to the case we have
:.. i..a..l mmnlv. In taIhI ion tn trade
and exchange of products between tho
tttixans Ol uiuereui niaico, nun iun
liability to Statu and municipal tax
The rapid growth and development
of our nation is a phenomenon to the
word at largs, and is more fully ap
preciated by the manufacturers and
mArrhnn'n nf the United Slates who
send their agents or salesmen into
every State and Territory, and thus in
troduce their goods and eicbange
their products at the very doors of the
cmsumerp, through the merchants as
their distributorj in the eeveral Stitas.
The local merchants pay all the
ttxeg imposed npoa them by the
State and municipal governments to
which they buloug, and the manu
facturers and merchants who send
forth their snloamen also pay taxes at
home. The o,nnt.ion there f're ariie,
i it init nr enuituble that the ambas
sador of tlie oae cl3B from one Stati
tithoBOof anothpr, both of whom
havo complied with the laws of their
' ... i - 1 a . lnn
respective Blows in reguv.i i wauhuu,
SAMPX-BB OS" PANOT QUirATXISXC.
With fcelf-Meaioring Cards. lent by mall on application. Ton VICkiaSl'1311'
mads byseudiag as an old one lo asa.ure by. WRIIb 10R 01 R ftlllalia.
MEMPHIS STEAM SHIRT FACTORY.
224 si-cua U &T.
F. CAlPH'lil. rraprta-)
JIILMa ItaStBvH. tara. f
Memphis Steam Laundry,
224 SEOOND STREET. .
W hav th Latest Improved Troy Louadry Ooatpaay'g Machinery;
COI.L4I19, CCFFS and SIIIUTS lJ$anlH3d Eal Ww.
CALLS AND DELIVERIES FREE. WORK CAN BE SENT. BY MAIU0R KXHBH.
TjAE CPIITAIN1H A SPECIATsTY.
he tailed upon ti pay additional taxes
for the privilege ol this exoiiane oi
commodities between the several
Too wisdom o( bup.1i taxation must
be questionable to the mind ot every
a,, a. n mutt Aannclftllj vrhtin im-
Itlini.t.Ua iiJ.... a...,. j -
posed by the State whrsj morchants
ricoive benttH from the viBit of the
salesmen; and that there Is a benefit
1 aa nllturtviRA thflrA WOlllll
IB B)nioui, " :-, V :..
be no such trade. In view of the bill,
now before Congress, on I his sudjoci,
and the complaints that bavs already
reached you looking to a removal of
the burdens complained oi, we respect
fully esk that vour honorable body
will take an early opportunity to con
sider this important matter of consti
tutional law, ana tnus bbiub iu tiuuo
iIaii new rallflino nlaahing lonlelation
between the States on this point.
vv. tUASn. ireoiuvut.
E. A. KEELING, Seeretary.
and the secretary instructed to for
ward copies of it to our Senator and
Representatives m iongress.
No further business appearing the
WtOSS AND MERCEH.
C01XENDAULE IS TI1E M0AB1S
A Farther Postposarmeat nt Their
Concert la Jntr to Aaalat
A telegram was received by Mr. H.J.
Forsdiok, chairman of the Committee
t.f Arrangements for the Travelers'
entertainment to be given at Estlval
Park Wednesday evening. May 5th,
at a lata hour yesterdity, announcing
that Eichhorn's orchestra would not
be able to leavs Lonlavile until 12
o'cltck Monday night, on account of
a professional engagement, iihib rearu
ing heie about 4 o'clock the following
alternoon. The only opportunity for
a full orchestral rehearsal will be
Tuesday night, as Arnold's orchestra
is engaged duriog the day at the
races. For this resson ths Moaait",
who are pledged to assist the Travel
ers, de.ided Imt night to postpejne
their concert announced for Tuesday
night next to the following week.
This action on their pait was highly
satisfactory to Prof. Winkler, as he
Vtaa littAn wrAatlv overworked of late.
ni.il U ikVmoat nrnstrated. It nives
hi ti further time to catch up with
outstanding engagements and givo the
aUan. tatur (ttrtrA ilrilla on the tTO'
gramme arranged. The dronnntr.', aa
a class, era notml for their generous
...nai.tinn nf f.un.a. anil when the
lJin.ia,lll. wa a-l.a. a., -
Mcnarts give their cincrrt will nonbt-
lees bs rreiont in large numonro.
To all who ar Buffering from th arron and
i-.,ii...tintta nf vnuth narvuas weakness,
arly decay, loai of manhood, etn., I will
send a reelp that will cur you, FREE OF
on k ui-ir This vreat reined v was discover
ed by a missionary in South America. Send
air.arlilreasad envelop to the Ke. JalSXra
T. Isms'". Saturn li. JV.is Tor.
Friday Night, April 50, 1KS.
TICKETS, 60s Children Free.
Music by CroeVi Band.
I.ECTUUK A?il COIsJCEHT
For th benefit of Now Firsl Methodist
Pknilh.aTrl$aAV.Alll'll Otlia NM aawl.a
, 7. ' a ti ,if !.. II bAV Uala mt
in iwiiaMrt in i. ma nuiiuini
-With increased laollllles in our mana
factory, w ar prepared to Oil all order! for
above gooda, AT LOWEST PRICES. D
signs and estimates furnished free, oa ap
200 MAIN MKKKT.
On.., Pani.le." Th bast Biiwieal laleat
In the city will rartlctpat ia tha eacarl.
Admiailnn, M) cants.
Grand MUSICAL ATTB ACTION
DIBIT DAY r TBI BACK.
Half Far on all Railroads LaaAlag to
PROMENADE, INSTRUMENTAL AND
At ESTIVAL PARK, Memphis. Teca.,
7V orXxxcmct m-y. ZhXaay O
Alt P.m., Bndar th auspleaj f th
HeuiphU Trmelrraf Club.
rof. 11. ARNOLD, Musloal Diiwetar, as
sisted by his Full (trohcatra.e .mWlaed
with that of Prof. KlUBllwKN
A ad Ilia 1'elAbraleal flnretbealra.
From Louisville. Ky.
7S TOI4IES IN THB HS1,
Under th l lenderaMp of Prf. C. P.
OO-No eharg for Re
Afler th exciting Races of th day, visit
ors will And this a inagninoens wind-up oT
the daj'senloyment. a th Perforaiano wl
CONCLUIIE Will I A URANU 1101'. it
tilVKN UNDER AUSPICES W
Advance Assembly No. 5794,
K. OF L.
. AT KST1VAL PAUK,
Monday Evo.J.lay 3
ArnoWf. rull Hand EngagtMl.
T The Proceeds of this Ploale wM he for
warded to St. Louis ror th ttenall or uta
strTtkla,ao Ccata. Elra fkr.
-Th bst ol order will h breed, aa
th alair la In th hand af swaipaUat
oommltt, aid Bo opens win m r aa
make ltgraad suoceas.
V Intoxicating liquor will ak(ttwlf b
nt main nun,
JIIK.E 1'IEBCB DI.elDEH Tilt
ARC NOT NAUlsiTB ATfN.
Appaal lo Be lakcn to the Ha
prraae fonrl-Th PolnlB
Hand FJre Extinguishers
75c Each, 8 Ttr Dokhi.
Campbell, 3 b,
Wood, 1 b,
Mason, 2 b,
Wilson, r. f.,
Graham, c, .
O'Hearne, s. f.,
Neely c. f.,
Maury, 1. L,
Hill, 3 b.
Gibson, I b,
V accaro, -1,
Collinr, r. f.,
Richards, s. .
Jones, 1. 1.
Mtirart Hallf Lee Building. .
This (Fridav) evoninK at So'elork
the ladies of the Fimt Methodist
church will give a concert under the
direction of Prof. Levy. Some of tho
best musical talent in tho city have
volunteered their services. After the
concert the I'v. S. A Steel will de;
liver a lectnrc On "Queer People.
Admission, 50 cents.
Snb-cr.be for the"Appel.'
Ju'lire Pieroe yesterday decided that
Mra.ru. Crooa and Mercer have no
;ht in ait aa mBmhnra of the County
Court or ta perform any of the fane-
nf r-in ii ri al rf MllllOV COIintV.
riio .moutliin Inuolvlntr their oliiribtli-
ty was sprung first when the election
ol Justice oiaugnter was coii-obmsu uy
Justice Smitb. Both of them were for
i. u,ia- n-tn vAnrBAAnfAtl tha ex-
tinct corporation o! Ilaleigh, the other
Of Withe, ollll iney continneu iu
nt aa matristrates. and voted with
out hindrance on all questions
in the County
Coart nntil the election for
chairman came up. Then their right
to vote was questioned and the
li.n.l.1 Onnrt lAiiltail that thnv could
not legally do so. Judge McDowell
also held that if the corporations they
WA-iA aalaaffAi. lit T( nVABAnt hftd beBU
abolished that thoy were not magis
trates, rrom ice aeuiaion ui iuw
finnntv Court an anneal was taken
i. ii.a nirciiit Cnnrt and the
result waa as stated above, Judge
Pierce declining to hear Chairman
Slaunhter's attorney. The ingenious
argument used by Judge Walker in
iho it. RAVatiaintta case was aiscurseu
during the progress of the trial. It
was that Judge lialsey bad been
elected to the ollico for eight yeais by
... ., A L. - a A
the voice ot tne poapie, auu vuai w
make it powibie for a Legislature ti
... V M 19 1. A k iL A
aholiBti an omce wouiu ue to puv mu
Judge nndcr some degree ol ob
ligation, to the Legislature a
thing .that was calculatsd to
inlloenca his judgment. In this
case it appears Judge Pierce
decided at the tim, upon thia very
point, that Judiie Halsey was entitled
lit hia aalarv lor the full oeiind. but
.Via ial.1 nvntYt A r?At1Pf VAVAIWAll hilU.
Yesterday he c.tod the decision which
iWl.t-A.1 that an ollicnr without an
cilice would be a legal solecism. An
anneal to the Suureme Couit wes
A DruKKlut'" Story.
Mr. Isaac C. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes ns: "I have
for the past ten years soia several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balea-n for
the Langs. I can say of it what I
cannot say oi any oioer meuicine, i
have never nearu a customer apeaa ui
it bat to praise its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest eflecls. I
have used it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
JAN. JAY SMITH A CO.,
UN I Froat Wtrcs-t.
niaui af amasemsnt is
NOW OPEN, ander the BiaaaaBsaant of
la a ai a linn. A 1 I.u.ltl
ITOI. U. A- Wi.lAfcl'lWIl.
WW Maw Attract. oni and tpaolaltiefl will IM
)d Htard-r AfUrnoom of much w-lt
ii i i n ti i irvtJ I... u.U.I n k
tnvuv m llr ibi (iiwjiwa ivi -
thir ymntMwi. - .
"llta Hiinun" alio
-utii nnti aatlatactory to
t tnrf rontloman who wants a
.1. Wa am tiv.ttlng Into t!ia
aianainvotur. of the-, shoo tho reaulta of SO
Z year eapt riouoo ano svnv.y. -
- ' ,' .a. onmlort aud wenr
..i,KVnllv. Try tbom
T .U Jlir hns
M e reliant t otton Preua A Storage Co.
U.tii.iiia. Tcbh.. Anril 28. 18SS
mna . ... I ... ik. .tatnkhrilflera
L ol this company will be held at its oBio,
No. V Madison street, ou
Wednesday, May 1", !,
rrom is m. to.. P... mr .w - ,--
ag Seven (7) Directors to aerv th ensuing
)( Ml." I I UllUTllAUVDV Ua-aj.
Vfar. H. A. ""at .uu. i.i- . . a-.-.-
Planters Fire and Marine Insurance
Company or nempnin.
u.uwu.at. Tana.. Aoril 21. 186
, .I. Htna-khnld.rs
ri'lir, annual uiti... . - .. -1
of this company will be held at their of-
lei, No. tl aiauisou sirt-st, u
VAHwaiadav. May S. 1NH8,
forth. Election of ;Dirctnr ; to s.rv th.sn-
WANTPD AaENTS.M.? and Woj...
t-yljt" i.v:? jTh: via".
H 1 K 1a I. iDiTviiUQiiun .
of 671 p0 i, out, i. i - ,-- " '
a l it m iim Plain na nnt naroeva' -
u""- CA8MELLAC0. (L't'd).
,0 Dearborn strs-at. Ohicag
mrilJ InsUnt relief. Final sare
1 laUfida un days.tand
sa- ia, y " I ' - . . .
. .a.iinr, nDM.
?ra i"nn of a iimpta m.dy. Pr-. by
i7ir.iiii7o.J-MAbOS . 7S N aas.t It. , X . Y.
Jadse af tha rrabata fwwrt-
WE are authorla.d o anaeaaaa -a,
i t a. . . 1 i .1 -1- f. a I k . . fS aa
f Judg of th. Probat toort. subjaet to tha
aetten of the County DeiaooraUaOavantsoa.
iTTE ar authorised to aaaoane JOHN
VV M. BRADLEY as a aandidat tor
rust ol Shelby oounty at sfco nia ag
ingust ltioB, subleet to th aoUoa ef tha
II IIHAH tf, IIAI.al"awi" ""-7 '
f-elction to th. eflio of 0rLlr"!!iU:
subiectlothaotlonofth Waoratio Cn-
A ilaraaw-O eaei-al.
..' K'i h.""' i.:'.IuTk, th.
ine old. c m Ainiiu..
action of th Democratic Oaavaatioa.
RK A .peal Is su'hor'ied to aaaoiiBa
JOHN If. McCALLUM a a oaadidaoa
for Register. su ict to U. aoiaya of tna
TUB nnderslgned annoaaea that h. Is a
candidal lor Register, and asks th.
support ol tn voters oi pn.ioj ru.u..
elected, will endeavor to giv satisfaction la
the discharge of the duties ofthooffloe.aad
ilaees his claims suoiect w
BtgTBIB git -v.ay--. -
Memphis, March W. IW.
Q A. DOUGLAS, ef Kerrjille. Tena.. ts a
r-a . ' ju... n tnuTkH. .uhiect to laa
lfi r.Daiu.i. i". ' i. . . -
act on of th. Democratic OonvantioB.
K ar snthoriied to anBoune. K. A.
County Regi-ter. subject to Ik action of tha
Dawocralic Convent on.
i.j...ril.a tilrcnlt fwart.
TAMK8 L. tOOPLOE will b oandidaU.
y beloro tne uoiii..rrti - v..
nominatioa to the oflice of Judge of the Uir
I "...r .ml. if d.ttatad. will Bupport
the sucoessful aomin.
We are authorised to announce that J0UM
JOUNSTuN is acand datoter Judge of tha
7., .a a-l . .rak.lka n....n,-l .llhtAltl St.
I Circuit " our. v I du.iu. vi'"--".,
action of the Democratic Convention.
W ar aatherlsed to anncane L H. EJ
rBS. JR., asaeandidata for Jadga af jka
C1....1. C...I. .nhi.nt ta tha aoilea ef toa
li.mncratie Conveniion. .
Prapaaala Impravanaaat af Hat
bssrlasa Kcaervattva, Ark.
DiriTMXrr or rai lKTaroa,
Wa.hmgion, April &, li. t
JKALED PROPOSALS will b r-aeaived a
k7 this L-epirtnieait wuvt. - .in. : "
day, April 3u. IS., for furnishing the mate
rial and labor required la oomp Une the eai -vert,
securing hot water springs and laying
eerUin iron pipe, in lha improvement ol
Hot Springs Reservation, at ilot Springs.
Blank formi of proposal. ineeiBcationa
and instructions tobidde'I will b furnirhad
upon application to this Dopartment, or la
tb. "Superintendent of llol Springs R.r
Airtiag Serf i' afr