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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATITIDAY, MAY 1. ISStt,
Furniture, Carpets, Fine Bed-Ruom
ta, both Whit and Colored Marbl.
Brussels and Ingrain Carpt. Cornice.
Curtains, Wiadow-Shade. etc. te . it
1 alBStrr(,near Beele, Tweed,
Ilv4th.tl0 o'clock .m.
Snow Cases, Fixtures, Cdnfcction-
rrls. El., K. 25 Malsi attest,
Matartlar, Kmj 1, lSt, at 10 o'clock
A. M. STODPABD. Auctioneer.
For nit ate, Caipets and Household
Effect On amount of removing from tb
city, I wil acll. at auction. SATURDAY
MORNING. May 1st, all of my Furniture,
CarpoU and HouholdKffect. ATFV
BICYCLB LAMP In front of my office, :
Union street. Finder ! JrVvp
to tec. EBRD TH B.r.
WHITB COWS On with rop around
bead. IS reward for th-ir return to K.
BARTON, near Carre, Heir endn mat.
nt om MADAMK PETERS.
J IHK9VP8T CLAIRVOYANT..
17 Jeffersoni etreet, up-stair.
CI8TBRN8 Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor o' the Sanitary Purt
laiid Cement Pump. Contractor and brick-
. . wi Lao mtii.a nnuDTUu
layer, l oeapnnn pro, mmvuppir"
MB. TREZKVANT. ATTORNEY AT
. LAW, Marin nnd tiommermal Notary
Public, Commissioner of Deeds and ll.1'.
Commissioner, at the old offio. No. 3 Madl
eon street. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
BOOMS AND BOARD
LARGE airy reom and private bosrd can
b obtained by gentleman and wife, or
t-o (entleinen, in suburbs, by addressing,
with reterencte. H. P.. care thisottic.
OOMS AND BOARD Newly furniehed,
at 4'.' Martlet street.
00.M Furnished room, with or without
beard, at Hit loort sirci.
WALKOVER FOR 3IEJ1PII1S.
HOME TKAM YK'TORIOI'SI
Al WI ABLEST OX.
Contest to Take Place at Ant
'J'o-Daj (James in Other
Thil powder never v.rl. A marrel ol
parity, strength and whole.omBs. More
eonomieaj than the or diner; kinds, and
cannot b old In eonpitition wUh the
multitude o low teit, ihurt weitbtalutr or
hoiDhate powdere. A!ot ony tecum, ft oval
Pnini, On.. IIWW.
(T'linnn t to ,oan n ttn" ,o
O iUUU iuit parties having notei aell
indoraed, rent note, chattel itortgages or
., other reliable r'CoVn "tVfKT
BOARDERS wishing comfortable homes
with excellent table eoeommodation
will find It freatly to their advantage to
come to the Polk House, Mi Keonnd etreet
Transients wiil tie well cared fur at less than
na-Aalf the usual bot-l pr oes.
M .JVjJt'O.L.r; , Manager
OOMS AND BOARD Desirnb: room
nnd i.oard at 7 Muison ureei.
O't. JAMBS UOli6K--Cor. Second and Ad-
' 7 imi ete, rloom ana ooara a) per woea.
Day Hoarders wntea
BOAKD-With iclleut wy,
124 ADAMS STREET.
5 NICE Rooms, furniehed or unlurnihet,
with or without board, at 137 Madlsnn t.
TWO larg uniurnished rooue. with or
witbeut board, at 69 Maditon itreet, cor
HOUSE A new doub'a tenement house, 4
rooms on each sidei nicely finished;
)ars yard; in f.ct. all conreniences, on
koss avenue, floid cisten. Apply to Mrf.
K. tjuinlan. 130 Mansses it.
OM1? Nicely fnrnlehel front tonus, at
fli Monroe street,
6 ROOM COTTAGE,
872 Adams street.
2-SI0RY HOUSES, Serenth and Carolina,
rooms. Dr. Laurence. I eleonnne tA).
K00M9 Nio fumiabed rooms,
At 70 Sei-ond street.
HOUSE No. TS Adams street, on eorner
Thi-d: three stories; food r-plr; from
Julyl, im. JOUN W. CURRIN,
SOS Second strtet.
KICB RESIDENOE-377 Orleans street,
just south of Vsnce (on the new street
ear line); noure in roou rcimir. pp y 10
R.W. HAUlUStS00 Front st.
HOUSE Two story frawe, 35 Merlte' st. i
new, wiih all monern imprnvemcn tp.
Applyto L. FRITZ, l'l Main st.
UKNISflED ROOMS-Fo'tentf and (or
b""ilepinit. at 116 Lourtstreet.
TWO eleirant front rooms, furnished or
unfurnished. Apply a' H9 Adams st.
ROOMS furnished or uuturnished, at 111)
Second street. Kereronce required.
ftURNISHBD ROOMS-Apply t
I 117 COURT ST.
, 10TTAOE Three rooms, cistern
Kj Oeorirla street. Arp'y next room.
CIOTIAGK-No. 414 Lau itrdale, 7 rooms
' in tood repair, irooi cistern : S per
miinth. Apply to No. 3W4 Msin s'reet.
WAS I EI).
OLD OOLD k SILVfcR For each or ri
ch an BeMULFOJUjJewele
HIQ1IETcash prires paid for old andnew
FEATHERS et 448 Main street.
T 62 HXnPASflE ST.
AI AN Totaka an offic and
: sW) ue week : small cap
3tal required. Addreaa, with stamp, Box iO,
West Acton, Moss-
rcponslble party, to hire
iVi two good mules tor about two month
pay. Apply t or ill
m AD MS ST.
A SOUTHERN LADY To associate h-r-selt
with a respon ible house and lep
resent it in her own locality. Mood salary
t riant party. Poei'inn prmnePt Keter
ences exchanged. (JAY fc BROTHERS, 16
Barclay street, New York.
1 1TU ATI0N With some rotiablo firm as
accountant r traveling salesman ir
lerri ory of Arkansas: tb latter preferred,
od iu giocery line (not liquors): best ref
eiences givvu. Vor pinliculum, iwidrc-ia
w. . DhLO.S'Y. Nu simile, len n .
0 ADVANCE MONEY On household
. property without reuJoTsl. Addr s
V. . BOX 18
O flf i MEN Th St. Louis, Arkansei
Z.VJJt i.nd TtXHS K-., in Missouri, Ar
kanaaaand Texas, want 'JHJO bii and i'ol
rd liiho-pri on .neiion ork. trains. -to
Wef , Jl 10 to 41 r per day, pa d promptly
every month. Transportation lre Irom
Msmpbia to tn work to m. n who mean bust'
Bess. For further inf rmatiun, 04.pl to
J. B. CHAPLlNES. m Front .lent,
EVERYBODY To cell and see the cele
brated G-psr Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
etreet, near Poplar.
"V0UN9 Woman, German or Irish, to dn
J. work orsmalUamilyaiaiiiierTy st.
GOOD PLAIN C00K-(WHITK)-At 153
Georgia street. Fort Pickering; good
wanes: retere'ces roqnirea.
QVERTON A GROSVFNOH.
Cruel Vo. L114 Soco-d itroet,
nir., r., ..I it, inlloainf ehoirc nronertv
terms on which will be luadeiinowu utilieir
""nT'sTi Madison Ftrrel-EIc -nnt. new two
,in,.i.Mi.ir,.lid.ln(. hit .xiix1 leet on
southeast corner ol M.dison atreet and first
alley east, of Ihi d stre-t. Eight large
rooms and all modern ImpruVomenn. neniai
value, 10U per month.
Countrv Home Weil improved, e even
acres land, house of six rii;im, necesmry
...tuniii.,. ..rfhniil. olendid well, b-autitul
lawn and foret grove in (root of house: new
loa-iidmn rod eliout completed toilie city;
on north side ot Union avenue, 1 1 j miles
east of the city.
No. S75 Besle t-treet Two-stoiy frame
rirlr.np. lot 40x148 feet, ten large rooms, in
good repair. Rental value. Sill per month
No. 220 Wellington citreet -Two-store
frame residence, opposiie W. D. Belhe II
residence, eisht rooms, in first-class condj
tion and eunvtnien ly arranged; lot 40x1 0
A very deslruble house, corner of Alabatca
street ami ihorniou avenue, tan 01 anu u
joiniog th Wetter pluee Two-ftory Irani
renidence, nine rooms, in good repair, two
Urge cisterns; lu: .iul 'o abont sq aor of
Tlnnb . Tenement Frame one-story Honso
No. 378 and 3-41 Vance stroct; ssven rooms
each, in good repair; lot 00x148 feet. Rental
value, tV per month. ...
Price, t.ViOil, or )00 fir lthr tenrmant.
The MeOmhrr Hac North aide of Fraaier
between Wellington and Laudardtle streets;
house of eight rooms, in good repair; lot
Price. KW1. i3
An Elegant Adams 6tret Residence Near
Price. 112 (WO.
No. 312 JefT.'rson tlireet, between Lauder
dale and Orleans streets Two-story Irani
re idenoe, tenroon s, in good repair,!! mod
ern improvemont; tut JTxUS lect. Rental
Value, 35 or tnuth,
Foil' New Cottage No. 1.2. 1.1. lib nd
178 Orleans street between Madison and
Monroe st eets, three rooms esch ; lot 40x100
lect; very desirable lor mechanic!. Rental
value, $16 each.
No. 71 Calhoun htreot. near Main-Frame
oottage, live rionis, built lort year. Rental
value, J20 per month.
I,cl 35, on west side of Auction Siiuiir,
S'a75f3el- Price. tlOOO. .
Lot li'iO, on south a.de tf Auction Square.
37x75 leet. .
Price, W0. , ,
South half of lot TSi, on weH side Second
tr-e', between Uvcrlon aniHiiucorusueem,
XI41 leot, Wl.n siniiu n".-o.
l. i... l,'4l)l.
T . 7 tn I lnntr 1:1. on west side of Shelby
stiect, between Linden nad Pont i'oc streets.
60x2110 leet. This lot lront on Shelby and
No 9 Howsrd's row, or Union street, 25x100
feet, thres-story brick storthuuse. in gooo
repair. Rental value, tWO per month.
100 Lots, ench having a front of 60 feet by
depth of K0 feet, fronting on t'allinnn.
Clay, Webster and Oeo-gia streets.
ITI.' el-. .0 I-iU per moi nmv.
sn Tis. ii15fl feet each, fronting on Snf-
farans. Loonev, Ewing uud Manassas atreets,
in Ninth ward. . , .
lot 141, ou west si te of Main gtr-et, 74x148
aet. natween wincnesier enu naraei
streets. VVt I be sold at a liirgain.
Lot 4;m. southwesi. corner in peoonu uu.i
Sycamore streets. t iixi4t icct.
tot 3:15. nortten-t. corner of Ovoiton and
Third streets, 14SxU8 feet.
Elnntinnu in JrfTerson blork. No. S'".
Second street, one of the finest liuildinirs 111
the city; f 'tir storirs, i'ou front; 21x148 leet.
Ren s lor S13. per liion.n.
fj na.ilifnl Tinilil n Lois, of one and two
acres earn, in uiujor.oK ,uumu,iuu, u.
mile east of city, between Union avenue nnu
u....i... a. Cri, S..111 to to 0 ncr acre.
Lot 32. on s'out jwost enrn-r of Adams and
Munassas strc e'S. rHIxloll leot.
'rijt h o n.r i ni.
T iAm .n Has. bV.IOl,. in Dawson sitbili
vision, nt .. Pr i -ni; nnu lot n ,u ri.,.u
street, corner of Manama, at 25 per foot;
ml hi various o nsr psru 01 ino en-.
Call and exa ine ourlis s. .We ofler sirn
special bar.nins, and will take pleasure in
showing property to parties wauling to buy,
... hiiiiiimv mimosa' or aa ioe-i-
nts. Title rertect. Atsirac.a mruiiu
2ft4 Second street
i WILL BUY new buslneis lor
MeuipLia had a w.ilk over yee'.erJay
and won m the p'eaved by a neon of
11 to 7. GarJcer was put In the box
for Charlwton, and it ouly took our
nine about two inning lipet ou to Lis
delivery, after which they hammered
him for one or mere runs every i anirjg
until the seventh, when 'hey quit enur
ing with a lead of four runs. Charles-
tan failed to bunch her hits' and was
gcoae-eggel nttil the foutth inninp,
when she made one run, wbich was
increased by one morn in the fifth in-
ning. There was no time when the
result was in doubt, except during the
seventh and eighth innings. In the
seventh Conway tit f )r one la?, went
to third on Say'd two-b(fger, acd
scored on Gardner's singls, Bay jto'ng
to third. Ctowley's hit piut second for
one base let in Say and Gaidner, Bros
nan'd hit to tight flld and Powell's to
center, followed by UolUnd's to left
field, brought in Crowley arid Broiunn.
Weybirj; struck out, retiring the Bid
w'ttb fave runs nd catrylng the
Charleeton score no to svni Hgatnt
sieven for Memphis. In the eighth
inning Say wa on third, Oilman on
second, when G ardoer ( nine to the bat.
A two taeuer would have biotijiht
in two men and made thirgs bine for
Memphis. Black evidently rtal-xel
th dargJ.r, for he sent Gardner to bis
emt on nirifcci and Cow'ey went out
rn a trnnder to third, lu the ninth
iming Charliston g it atatier gicse
egg and Memphis won without play
ing her lact inDing. Black struck out
tu men a id d av. d w tbout au error,
making his wretched peif rautnee of
Monday all the more suspicious.
Brjugiiton played a lauitleas game at
first, the pa.iig this week makis
one thing dMcidedly clear. The
Charlflflton team has been underiatcd
Their batticg is ni good ai any club's
in the leegae, burring Angus a ana
Nashville, and witb nanther good bat
tery to change with Weyhiag and
Conway they ate liable to hold their
own with any club that comes along.
To-dav we plav August?, and unless
they try McUatf.ey on us our chances
jo' victory are sum,
1. Pawed ball Gilleo, 1 ; Sheli
j hasse, 2. Wild pitches Baktr, 1.
I BaKrball Rti.
I 8t. L"c;s, 8; Detroit, 6.
I Nw Yorx, 10; Boetoo, 2.
I Atuibtios, 7; Biltimorei, 4.
; Games to-tlav : Memphis at Angnsta,
! Ciiat'sjoosa st Mecoo, Nashville at
I Chailston, Atlanta at Savancah.
I About TOO people witresstd tie
game between the Pbi'aJelptiia a-:d
Natioral Clubs ,f, Vaiugton yester
day. Tne gauiM was uuictuie ting,
the visitors walking away with the
hams team as they liked. The follow
ing is the eccrc: I'hiiaaeipn.aj, r.;
Tus co'ored waiters of the Peabridv
and Gayoto have played a siTien of
three games, resulting as follows: First
game, 20 to ID in favor of Peabody;
io;ond game, 20 to 20; thirl game, 21
to 18 In lavor ol Uayoeo. eaiiery lor
Gayoso, Aator and Henderjon; tor
Peabody, Flenirjg and Smith.
Tub Cincinnatis made foor Li's in
diffeient innings yes'erday, aad, al-
though Kamsey gave nine men iirst
on batlr, the sharp fielding cf the
visitors prevented the ReJ Hackings
Irom scortns but once. ine ivnir
viliMi hv making five hits in the Inn
inning, together with Mnllar.e's wi d
Ditching, succeetlei in getting seveu
rms. Umpire Young was Inod y
booted, and Ramsey was very mnrli
annoyed by his decitions on balls and
eirikee. Attendance, 15 0. tN.ore:
Cincincu'is, 1 ; Louisville, 7.
THE DROKEX LEVEES.
OVE SEA OF WATFR FOil A
1)1; EU MILES.
A wot Iter Account,
uncut, totsi arraai.,1
Charleston. S. O,. April 30. Tne
local club wai easily beatan by Mem
phis to-day. Charleston played vtry
badly in the litia ana Daiieu pojtiy
nntil it wai too late to win the gaw,
when they made a good spurt, making
five base hits and as many runs in otie
CHARIIBTOV. A. 11. B H II
See ad. of Memphis Stoam Shirt
Factory and Laundry on fifth iage.
Kai.somisino teh'phono 009, A. Me
Lemons nnd Bannnns a specialty.
JOUNbON A UU1NNE, 252 Front.
MkmphibBtainsd Glass Works, 238
Third st reet. Call snd see.
("'end a pjstal to the Memphis Collar
and Cuff Laundry, 61 Mam Btreet, to
call for your Inurutry.
Prkpak4toey stiviceswill be LcM
at the Lauderilnle Street church this
afterncou at 4 o clock.
Send to Memphis Floral Company
for list and price-current o' plants.
Have larceet stock in town. Come ont
and sen fur yourself. South gate Kim-
Thi Herbal Chill Cure, the beet
tonioand anti-periodic known. A eertain
and sui our for chills. Price II per hot
tie. Send stuoiis for circulars. Any ref'
rem gixen. Address John 0. Ruefcr
Punk the Tenitesse Brewing Tom-
paDy nitener rate caca, nsw otcr
in this market.
S ock UadJL'd en Kuel!,l.f vet s and
BargM-The Break a
AN OKDEB BT SAIL F0!t
t tlt.ri 'v? fill
TT LADIB4 AND MESTLEMEN-If yoa
X. wish to ate jouriuture nusoa-iu ov wuo,
oatl on nAllAiaa rbiaoo,
17 Jefferson street, iip-stau-s.
vrvi ni 'viin. mim mate, medium aire
X sdso, a deer or pslrot them. Apply to
loom 10, No. :h Mad-son street
XTIiRfiK (IIRI Whlta aura, girl
J! A pply t Kid Adams strt,
KXPEHIBNCED AOESTS And cott
.iwnlttn,. tn Wkim U.inUI. PoSltlOP
permanent. Salary or commission. Writ
NATIONAL ECONOMIST. Chicago, 111
t-4 rrl BAI.ARV TO AGENTS Ad
TiUUU dress al one, DK. SOOTT'8
KwhCIRIti HOODS. D42 Broadway, few
York. The only gen nine.
CITUATION By a young lady as teacher
J in public or private gcneol. uestreier
era given. Axura.
A. M. T., Memphis, Tenn.
M OOD COOK Must b wall recomai.nd.d.
Ul Apply at this office.
COLORED MAN To work in boa.
Apply at 72 Madison atreat.
TADJKH and OeptUmec, in city or eoao
a r. a tkm ti.ht work at t air hemes
41 to $3 a eay easily made; work awnt by
avail: no canvassing. We hav a good de-
aand for oar wcrk, and lurnisrj steady
..inuu,t. LUrui. aitb sUmb. CkOWJj
Ml7.t'0.,4 V n St., Cincinnati. Ohio.
"I IRL For aooaral houeeworki whlto
VT pref.rted- inquire at 158 Hernndn st
itSITlON-A SUnographer and Ty-
rms ressnn.Die. a, 'nisoui'
X Writer; tera
j A 0ENT8-Wlth si
r Munathina new.
ueeial :-dsy offer, write et i ce.
1 KMPIt'B COJtn CauljriSk
II capital. W bv
no risk, larg proau.
SlTBlTK WOMAN-To learn new shirt
I ironinr. niirsu'rir.ii.iwo;,'
CRY AM) jiHIhT f ACvuHi . 221 becena
BLACKSMITH A rc4 I la-.ksrnith to rati
wuatiy shop. Mast also b a good
OgH-l until, v
Say, s 1 5 12 0
G luian.r. I o U 1
Gardner, p 5 12 1
Crowley, c f 5 1 1 '(
Broaoan, 2d b o a :. ti
Powell, 1st b 5 0 1 13
Holland, 3d b o u o i
VVpyhing.l. 1 4 0 0 1
Conway, c 3 2 17
Total 42 7 12 24
MBMPBIH. A.B, R. BR, P O,
Sneed. s s 5 0 2 0
Manael, 1. f 3 0 0 1
B aek, p 5 2 0
Brjnghton.ls.t.. 4 l o 14
Fnstelbach.c 4 2 0 10
Lsvin.r. f 4 2 2 1
Whitehead. 3d b .1110
Phelan, 2d b 4 10 0
Knouff.c.f 4 1 0 1
Dyeing and Cleaning.
Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dved in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feathers and lace curtains by
Louis Reigel, 58 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Teen. Goods roned"! by expreas.
A IrriijUirit' Story.
Isanti O. Chspmnn, drnpgist,
Chairman Slaughter, w ho left here
nt 3 o'clock Thursday evening on the
IVnn Adams for Krinr's Point, return
ing at 10 O Clut a i:pv IllClll, WllH SIH'Il
by an Appeal man imttu'diaU'lv alter
. , i . 1 V. w' .1...
IU It'll till' UOIIU Fll.nilllHHT MIS
it is a sea of water after Cut Island is
passt-il, and that from that point on
there are not more thai 3..0
rea of farming land altogi'tlier
on cither side of the river visiblt' to
the eye from the hurricane deck 1 he
further he went the more dismal the
prosiert became for the whole distance
of 110 miles ' The first break io
the levee on the MisaisKippi suit is
iust below Austin. It is alnut 'J00
feet wule, ana tne water riiiitiuig
throuch it 's filling up the country
very fast. The noxt is Mow Friars
Point three or four miles, besides an
other, already mentioned, at the Jef-
lerson piac, aootii wn mnen uinner
down. A very disastrous bmik, the
first on tho Arkansas aide, is at the
llenuing place, about twelve miles
below Helena, and lias overflowed the
Westover plantation, which formerly
belonged to the Apperson estate,
but is now in charge of JtiKtiee
Slaughter, trustee for tlm Bolton bt
qttest. He found titty-two unties and
aliout fifty head of ca tlo on a knoll
not more than half an acre in extent,
tlm banks of which were rapidly
slouching oil' on account of winds
from the inside The s ock was taken
off in a barge which was towed il.rw n
by a li'te bout procured at Hcl
ena. The regular boats will not
land, for feur of coming in
contact with the levees. Tie water
on the insido of tho levee on the
Westmer plantation, which contains
over 4000 acres, was about 2 feet
lower than on the outside, but it rose
about 12 inches during Thursday
niwlit, though the main river re
mained stationary. 'o far the loss of
stock has been small. The planters
sro in good spirits snd expect to PC
able to begin preparations for a cotton
crop in about two weeks, as they be
lieve tho waters will subside by thnt
time. The negroes, especially, rre
cheerful and hopeful. As a tule, farm
hands are being well cared for, and as
yet there i no sufferng.
W. H. BISOHAM Miganga. .
European plan. Enlarged and relurnUlied.
l'l ues according to ins anu locu
tion of rooms.
A F ru,s. Mis W D Stttlllngs, Miss
S L Davis, Miss C Brown, lenn
0 8 Deckel, Trim W W Walker. M.
li I, Wiuith, lenn ii iiiniiner. imi
K H Wood. Jackson, J E Sulliysv, Ala .
TPa-ke, Tenn F Hansen, Springfiall
M M Hawkins A r.Mo T noya, uoringion
T I. Kindule, Miss ' II lurk, Tenn
1 H Doll, Louisville W II Welson. 'lenn
E It Williams, Tenn M Hidden, Mil
T K Hlanloy, Ark J M Colomao, city
C M Winters, city W II t'onners, oily
T S Pavaut, Tonn .1 H Dnva' t, Toun
W 0 Da: , Tenn w nicuann, fliiss.
OAMPIjEa or PANOY MXXirtTITVO-.
With t-al'-Meaaarlng Cards, ent by mall on application. You eo have a pew aet oil Shirt
made sending u. an old on. to maa'ur by. WRITE Poll OUR PRICES.
MEMPHIS STEAM SHIRT FACTORY,
224 SECOND ST.
r 4 AtlSBrll
Pilemphis Steam Laundry,
221 SECOND STREET.
W hav th Latst Imi rovd Troy Laundry Company's Marhlnry.
C'OLMKw, CVrFS ami NIIIIITN I.anudrl(l Equal ( Slew
CALLS AND DELIVERIES FREE. WORK CAN BE SENT BY MAIIOOR KXPa88.
Lldi: OITIITAIIVK A WI'ECIAliTY.
II KM HI.WT FKIt:!nl
DR. J. BRADFIELD S
I E5IALE IlEdULATO
Newburg. N. Y.. wri:e us: "I have
fnrthe raat ten vesrs sold sevorsl
gross of Dr. William Hall's BaWa for
ihn I.nmra. I can sav of it what I
rannot Hav of any other medicine, I
have never heard a cnutomar speak of
it but to praise its virtues in the high-
eft manner. I have recommenuett it
in a great many esses of whoiping
pouch, with the happiest effects. I
have used it in my own family for
msny years; in fact, slways have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
C. B. G ALLOW A i i CO Puiiraignia.
Kates 2 mi Hnil M per nay, ac""r in iu
aisa and location of room Spociel
JD Whits, Ala P Snelllng, Ark
R f rMllllh, MISS J lliggms ii, nri
H vi Mil.etio. Ark J Mertnrray Aw. Ark
K H lloyt, M i ni "u, nn
A n,l. Ark K E H-ed, N V
Prank (lamliet. Mass J L Krieduian, Ohio
.tfi r r r
2K ( F t I tl. .Im. of Tnnneaaee. Ala-
k..n v;..nn.i or Louisiana, to make la-g
oaab profit" atone; amonoioly fully nro-
teoid. Fables wisnip-' a aouu uu.iDrr; u-
r... M ' A' 1" rve." . vnis eiio-r.
Total 'M n 7 27 23 4
C)11K BY INN'lKaS.
Charl'ton..! 0011050 0-7
Memphis.,0 1 2 3 1 4 0 0 -ll
Bummarv: Two base h'ii Brrsaan,
Fay, Bneed, B'ak, Whitehead aid
Lvin (2). Tit4l base bits Charles
ton, 14; Memphis 12. Lfftoi baaes
Charleston, 8; Mempbic, 4. Bases
rtolen Uiiarleston, .; fliempnis, .1,
Struck out By Gardner, ; by B'ajk,
9. First bise on balls Oil Gardner,
2; off B sck, 1. Bitter hit -By G rd-
ner, 2; B'sck, O. rssaed oans uou
way, 3; Fasfelbach. (i. Time of game,
;20. Umpire, MUidSia.
Aagusls, St I'bnt Innuoisa, O.
lanciAb tOTSl appeal. I
Aitoitsta. Ga . April o0 Becaufe
oi dark nues only eight innings of t all
were plaved iu tie Aogtnu-unaiti-noouaiti
ni) today. The matures of
the gsuie were the hitting of the home
tnm iu the sixth am no aa s Dase
running. Atigas'a easily shut out the
visitors, isruwn ana nutiiuu were
battery for Augusts, Hart and Arnu
rlel fjr Chattanooga. Augus'a rcnle
fire bits and ChiJtanoog one.
Atlanta, Si UlaeMM, 7.
ISrSCIAb TO TBI APPBAL.
Macon. Ga.. April 30. Ailanta won
her third victory over Mscjn this af
ternoon in a close and excitiug game.
The visitors brought four men across
FURNITURE On eocount of leaving : the tHe home plate in thi first inning by
, ,0 ' 3,4 inexcusable errors cf the local". Ader
nmntnn PASH The twn-atorv Brink
Vy bto-houe. Mo. ll Beala street, just
east o Desoto: lot 21x7a; will take "'.
(iKO. T. VANCE, t-itieens oi. n.rt. nmce-
r OOD second-hand B''OflY, full leather
VT too. for 165. at Hall's fctabte, ;5 Lnion.
ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS Handsom ihe Mtcocs seemingly are playing in
new two story bous nd lot, , I4xitw. hard Inck. Brennan's nmpiring was
this they got down to ball pitying and
succeeded in passing Atlanta's score
op to the ninth inning, Macon , At
lanta 5, but by wed bunched hits the
vni'ors scored three runs in toe last
half of then nth inning; score; to 7
In order to Introduce the Alabama
Splint Coal in this market, it will be
delivered at jus per oarrei in city u lu
lls. It has ro superior.
P, M. PAiTEKaua a. w.
To attend the sl of fine larnitnre,
csrpefs, etc., at 411) Main street, Tues-
, ... j.i. . 1 .'U.V a
Uay, iViay HIU, IllUU :i'il, n.uo
II V.ihifl. N V
P PN'oitliiip. Kts
A Keswick. N l
II o Kay, Mo
llr J H Cooper, D C
P ll-lloran. Ky
W Uunavan, ny
S L CiH'kral', lenn
w J lig, Ky
H II Persons, N Y
W K Stowe, Miua
A V (Ir sdoIiI. Mass
JM Dates, III
U li Martin Aw, Md
K J Willey, Ky
L Whit. Ky
J L Webb, Tenn
A It Herbert, lenn
W U Palmer, N Y
II S llnidte. Tenn
j 11 Minton, Ark
W TKoss.ll. USA
11 .1 Hendricks, Kos
,1 T Warren, lenn
C R Morao.Tt nn
L llersng, Tenn
J E Hull, Mo
T U'rlinnn, Ark
J A Tipton, Tonn
A J I'arker. n I
K K Pratt, Mas
II M Cross, Mass
W R Cody. Tenn
W J Viekery, I) C
V M Van Emery, Md
W II Flynn, Ky
M Uradlay, Ky
A D Uiltiii, Mo
J B Jainkron, Ark
W . Mitchell, jr, Ark
.1 P Digger, Ala
J 11 shannon, Ark.
Tito New Maiyoao.
FARRINOTOV. STEWART A WHITE,
Rates, 12 50 to t4 per d .y, accord, ng to locu
tion oi rooiiia.
.1 mis Forbes. Tonn M S Wilson, Ky
1 v rarreii, vm'w
M Alexaadsr, Me
WKATHCR AMIS KITERH.
Okficb Signal Skrvice, U. S. A.,"
Mrmphis, April 311, I p.m.
The following observations arc taken
at all stations lir.mou at n meridian
time, which is ono hour faster than
adjoining Slats Female lollege,
M.in street Address T. A
en hlock west of
Lamb or J. o.
Hnrtna. 10 Madison street.
CHIHUAHUA (MEXICAN) DOfJ-Oood
rt for children. Apply at 17 Jeffereea
(in I8.)1 artin A Co gulT,
SlC STORE, 89 Main svnset
Cl witneas. Pile HO. HOUCK'B MU-
IT 7 moms. Al oruar, Hr.t-uiars
borhood; TV.Y. Malest..
AI Y CotUg Resideace
7 rooms ; rVIO Lu-
drdal at. I larg lot. 1 O. PlhROe.
T3IAN0S A larg asortmnt ol ecouo
I u-m.A Pi.nni. inma aa cood a aw.
Price from ' noward. A Chiokring
r..d. eh..p tor :winHkm, , c6.
Rise I Full
Feet. lOths lOtlm lOths
Cairo...-. 32 27
Chattanooga ... U 1
Cincinnati 13 5
Davenport 12 3 4
Fort Smith 11 5 7 -
Keokuk 12 8 3 -
Helena 4S 1 1
La Crosse 10 4 2
Leaven worth... 10 4 1 -
Little Rock 8 l
Louisville 0 8 - 1
Memphis So 4 - 3
Nashvillo 6 2
New Orleans... 14 1 - -
Pittsburg 3 2 2
St. Louis 21 1
St. Paul 7 6 ........
Shreveport 18 1 2
Vicksburg 43 7 1
M A Kinney, Oaio
.1 i Davis, Ky
J V Smith, Ark
(1 O Wilson Aw. Ark
J O Irwin, Tenn
(t J Meycri, I'
11 O t uner, N
J iliilta, La
.1 W Hirlie. " Y
A M West, Miss
Gen It Nuby, lenn
H P Dnnigan, Ky
C K nowiea, tin
C route, IK o
W A Allen. M sa
M J O'Brien, N Y
C A llui, N Y
C D llritllo, a
E K Weed, N Y
T A Chanoy, Ohio
A B Treadsrell. Tenn
Mil r, Miss
J C Norllea, Ark
j IV Orahini. Tenn
A A Weiibor, Tenn
U II Rocker, Iv-
1 Yunnlnirton Aw.Ky M Jlieons iw, Ky
V III. l,,hi,,Ti. k W A Llll'S. N J
W U Culvert w, Ohio J M lUid
1 C.l.n. I.
J T Hamhlett, Ark
Dr W li orr, Tenn
0 L Johnson, Ala
" V Head Aw. lenn
T Struthors, Wis
J N Diinlap, Miss
T K Hockwell. Mis
K ii llurk, Ali
K L Denton. Tonn
T K Marihall, Tonn
B J fie'son, Ars
J II Barton, Ark
B 1' llii ka, Ky
P V Munson, Ala
T J McAllister. Ala
Miss P Head, Teou
0 f Jones, Slim
L8 Wiie Aw, Ohio
S K Head, Miss
T P Wilaon, Alii
C B Wntklna, Tenn
H A Oweu, Tenn
U Brown, La.
This t:imoua remedy most happily meots
tbedrmand of the age lor womau a peculiar
and multiform affliritiiins. It is a rcnioity
for W OMAN ONLY, and for one SPl-'.lAL
CLASS of brdi'ie. It is a aiieciho fer
certain diseased conditions ef tlie womb,
end propoee to so control the .Menstrual
function as to resolute all the ilarum,-..
uieuts and irregularities of Woman's
MOSTHLY Kit 'MM IMS.
Its prni,ritor claim for It no othr medical
property; and io doubt the fact that tins
medicine does positively possess such con
trolling and resuiallpg powers Is simply
to discredit the voluntary teatisour of thou
sands ol living wilnests who ar to-day
ciultin In th rettvratiou to sound health
lastrlf tly a vegetable oonipoiinil, and la the
product ol n euiciii rini"uu pi . , ...
ieriencdirecid towurd the bneSt of
It is th studied prescription of a learned
physician, whose specialty WOMAN,
and wboaa lame became enviable ami bound
lea because ol bia wondarlul sui-oess In th
treatment nnd enr of lemal eiiiuiiliiints.
THE RKilli LATOR I th ORANDl-.s!
rlliMKUt known, anu neuiy
AVo MAN'S BkST FuiKND
Rectus It controls a class of functions th
various derangements ot wuich cause mor
III heiilth man an nun cause. nu ,i
anil thus rescues her irom a long train of
adlic'lons which sorely embltur her life and
prematurely end bor eilstene. Oil, what a
multitude of living wltncKes os testify to
Us charmlu effects I Woman, tak buyout
irm iotr iioom oi' iif. vltui
It will rllv yon ot narly ll th corn
plain's peculiar to your sex. Rely upon It
as your safeguard for health, happiness and
'"holder all druggists. Send for onr treat
ise en th Health and Happiness of Woman,
mailed tree, wliti h gives all particulars.
iUE DRADHU-D Hlitil LATOR 00 .
tt.n . , AOstita, lis.
DR. C. HcLANE'S
I'lUMKl KU. PA.
UK MIIBK YOU OETTIlKiOHNllINE. Th
Dounlorfeila ro made in htLouis, Mo.
I'or. Kecoud od Monroe St.,
Would cell attention of his friends
and pi.t-ons to bis
ME? fSIMlISU KTOCK,
Comprising th ehcloeat and latest de
signs of Foreign (loods In the market.
Having taken spoeial oaro in their selec
tion, I am pleased tossy to my customers
and publio who favor me with a call, to
show tbm linen ol goods ouly founi io
Per th beeeflt ef New First Methodist
Church, t'riilny. April Soils, al N ..,
in Moiait Hall, Lee llullding. 'Ml Vain St.
l.ectuie hv Ibe Hev. K. 8. bTKKL. Hubi.nl,
Queer People." The be-t musical talent
in Oie city will i articipate in the concert.
Admissien, W ceiita.
Grand MUSICAL ATTK ACTION
ItP.KHY DAY Isl' TIIK llirtCS.
Half Fare on all Riilroada Leading to
PROMENADE, INSTRUMENTAL AND
At ESTIVA L PARK.Mruphis,Tno
Wocluossclny. lV2Cy a
At S p. in , utulor theaneplcMOf tho
Affuiplil Trt.lr, Club.
Prof. It. ARNOLD. Musical Director, as
sisted by hia Kail Orchestra .combined
with Hist ol Prof. KIOIHOUN
Audi Ilia clcuralool Oreliralria,
From Louisvill. Ky.
73 VIIIII1 IN THK JIIHUII.
Under Ihi leadership of Pro'. 0. P.
Alluilllnure, ! OO-No ehrce fbr Re
in.. .1.. .v.l.l.,0 lt,.rt. the duv. vialt-
nra will 11 nd this a inaenlScent wlnd-np of
the du sep"ni"nt. s the eerlorniani e wisi
WITH A UUAND HOP,
HIVES UNDER AUSPICES OK
Advance Assembly No. 5794
k. or i..
AT EST1VAL PARK,
rilonday Eve., May 3
Arnold' Full Kami Fnpgt'tl.
srTho Proceeds of this Plcnle will b for
wardsd to .St. Louis for th UneBt of tb
serTlrlielB.ao t enia. l.sMliea Ikree,
BW-The best ol order will b forod, aa
th flair is in th hnd of a oomptai
eommltUe, and uosipena will b spared to
niak it grand success.
or Intoxicating liquors wil iK.ltiv.ly
934 MAIN BTKECT.
arThl pepnlar plao or (musetaent ss
NOW uPKN, under the management of
Prof. 0. A. D'JSALDSOS.
W New Attractions and tpeolsltles will B
)n Haturday Afternoon of each week,
HALF HA IKS lorocnooi uniiuren.
trW liiUndtoinkthi place ul amnsa
ment a special attraction for Ledis and
S JiOUNCKM FN ' S.
Daily's Etitopense Betel,
Corner of Adam and Main streets. Rooois,
60c, ibe and 11 ner nay; American riaa,
ti par day.
First-class Restaurant in th Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 years with Peabody llot.ll
A rand nio organ, having two
i l . r w.v. oi .tins. .b4 14 oclftv
redal Pftsa, at peconv rrt - .nn cu.i'i
Memphi" Address E. WITZwANN A CO.
17003 Par Plymouth Rock and Brwn
i'j Le.bo' eras, t l lor ri.
JOUNSON A lilllNNEE, gi2 Front.
BARREL STAVES. fJHKAP-
P34 JSrsn street
U ca-lota. dRINKLEK LUMBKR CO.,
Mood waacs paid. Call
n J. aI.l
INTKLLWE.NT. Earnest Cailiolio
. ..u.i lane, responsim
larolay street hous in bis own lecaiiiy and
mtside large cities. A remuoer.i..v
.rihtp'ty. References escbwed. Ad
teft BARCLAY, Bog l-t, N. Y.
FINK PAYINOU0TKL BUt-ISKSS-rilt-aatod
in one ' the iir. st towra l th
boatb. Does a busln of over IIUOU per
month. Bar can be added 10 th busmais.
if deeirwd. Por tems, aarys
" i. 8. JH., Bog lOi, Meridla",Miss.
AT NWPORT NKW8, VA.-1000 loM.
f.twatrfro t, it feet deep. For full
iniormation addrs WAI. A. DEAN,
A7 Lexington street. Ballimnre, Md
not safisfatory, Kivirjcr rank decisions
which evidently lost Mat on ttie game.
Miller pitched for Macon and Gcnway
Nashville wa. Kavassstsih.
taraoiAL to tbs arrsAi.l
Nashville. Tbnh . Apiil 'ii. In the
last of the series of Nashville-Savannah
sanies, with Baker and ScbelU
. ... VT 1 Ml.
basse as tn cattery, naanvnm wuo
hardily byasco eol 12 to 6, thus se
i nii in two out of three games, the -mainlng
Rama of the seiisa being a
tie. This result, in the lae cf very
nnfavoiahl treatment at the bands of
the umpire, is considered very signifi
cint, aiKl snows most conclusively
that the NashTille tesrn, when given
fair showing, is equal, if not su
perior, to the leaders. The Nashville
panple should feel much hrer sa
bed now that tbeir team lit gotten
down to work, and may confidently
sxpeot great things of them when
they return home. 8core by innings:
Saranrab.3 1001001 0-6
NeAbTille.0 1 0 0 1 3 8 4 -12
Erned-8avsnoah, 3j Kshvills,
5 Bise hits Nashville, 1;; Savan
nah, 0. Two base bitt Calllne, Sow
dera. Thre base hits Marr. Home
run Sowrlers. Lsit oo bases Savsn
nab. 7: Xashville, 2. St uck oit
Moriarity, oater, o. cassis on oaua
TU.NKKSriKS : BTATIt CkRTlFICATJt!- Moriarity, 2; Baker, 3. Bts beiog
LfT&n.MY&o' b" by pitch, r-Morir,r;t7,; Baker,
Dnssarer Llsse Feet and tenths of a foot
abovieeo of gauge:
rairo, 40 loot. Chattanooga, S3 feet,
Cincinnati, 60. Davenport, 1&.
Dubuque, 16. Fort Smith, 22.
Keokuk, 14. Helena, .
LaCros, 34. Leaven worth, 20.
LiUle Rook, 23. Louisvill. 35.
Memphis, 4. New Urlenna, 13.2.
Nashville. 40. Pitt-burg. iU.
Omaha, 1. Hi. Paul. 7.
8t Louis. 32. Vicksburg. 41.
bhreveoort. 28. Yankton, 24.
Evaksvills, April 30. Night River
falling, with 13 leet on uie gsogs,
Weather cloudy and chilly; thermom
eter 63" to or-.
Niw OaxBASB, April 30. Night -Arrived:
R. 8.1Iyseaiid barges, St.
Louis; Paris C. Brown, Cincinnati.
Departed: City of Natchez, St. Louis.
Oaho, April 30-Nleht-Rlver 32
feet ou tne gauge and ialliog. Weather
elondv and coil. No arrivals. Deoart
ed: city of St. Louis, New Orleans, 1
Sr. Loots, April 30.-Night River
fell 2 Inches, and now stands 21 fe-t
on trie gange. Weather elondy snd
cotil. Arrived: Will 8. Hsys, New Or
leans. No departures of re;olar ptk
LooiirviLLa, April 30 -Night-River
falling, wi'h tl leet inches In the
canal and 4 feet 4 Inch on the fall.
Business lair. Weather c!oody. chilly
sod tainy. A'Hved: Golden Crown.
New Orleans. Deparwd: titldon Role.
w J Cox, Miss
RC Wilaon, Ky
W H Anderson, Tenn
II J Cope, Tenn
M T Pryor, Ark
II W Ford, 8 C
M J Dun, Mass
CC Wildman, Ark
J Q Patten, Mich
A T Oaines, Mo
Mrs Campbell. Ark
II M Ceward, Mo
W D Cleary, Tenn
J B Booth Aw, Miss
J F Mill., Ark
P M Wo,,', Tea
W H RaifT, Pa
0 W Irsland. Tnnn
D D Anthony. Miss
J L Maloae, Ark
DM Wolf, Mass
A 0 M Craig, Ark
1 J Howies, Mia
M J Wilkina, Ohio
BJ Waller, Ark
V, Antwinn, Tenn
J T Walker. Tex
JO North, Tenn
J A Arlington, Ma.
No. 61 and A3 Msdisoa street.
BOWLES A LKAKat , pgopBiaroaa,
R.loe fc! pr day, day board $20 par
O O Colnoll. Tx J TanksUy, Ark
B Swell, Ohio O B Johnson, Mo
T H Dowd Aw, Mo MrsTAII.n. Mo
O 8 Pv s, Tenn P firoilh. Mo
J A Montgomery, MIssW O Cotton, city
A It Briggs. Tenn
M 1' ltian, Ohio
M O Muibr, Tenn
W L Miller. La
T L Jnbason, Mo
0 L Tahor. Ark
B J Fora, 80, a
L Pcnnyiaan, Ind
L Patten. Mich
M T Harper, miss
M P llarlkale, Tex
W II Warren, Ind
J J riheridanAw,Ark
A Jack.on, Mo
Mra 8 A Polls, Misa
a Jone. Neb
R M Fuller. Tenn
B w Keward.Teun
J J Uainer, N U
W DLleary, Tenn
T C Park. Tenn
T Blund, Tena
8 Scott, III
A A Arnold, Ohio
C Abel, Ind
J U Carter. Ark
W A Marshall, Tex
M A Hall. Tenn
CM Withers, Ark
Waa Akin. Misa
TO Marble. ArA
C Bae, Mn
C L Show, Tenn
tl Abeadley, was
H M "arris, Ky
H M Jnhnaon, Mo
W W W ood, Ark
n M Miller, N Y
J P More Aw, Ark
O P Vick, Ky
II A Jones. Ark
R L Rockwell. Mo
K U Loop, Mass
ft M II miner. Ohio
Id M Henderson, Mas
K K Urwa, Mn
! K i Ivor, Ark
II K Adler, N Y
T Mi'ehell, Ark
C Henderson, Ky
W 1) Aeklin, ly
M II Wbeeler, Mo.
l.tiKDwoBo'e Derfume. FxlenlA.
Lnnilbora's pertnme. Alpine Violet,
l.nniibortr'B Deriume. Lily of Ibe
Lucdborg'e perfnrre, Marchal Niel
Jndve of Hie Probate 'rl.
WE are autliorlted to announce J. P.
VollNU aaaeandidal lor lhffle
of Judge of the Probate lourt. sulijeot to the
aclicn of tho County Dumooratlc Convention.
WB arc nuthorlred In announce joii
M. UllAULHY as a candidate tor
Trustee ol Shelby county at tho ensuing
August election, SlHilcci io ine aoiiuu u
poiooc ritic Convontiuii.
rK are authorised to announce AN
' iiulU' I II A II lllrl .a a eandplate for
i-..t..' ... i,. ..ffin. nf Connlv Trustee.
sulikct to the ac'lon ol ill Douiocrotie Cou-
I'or Allorui-y-lli saeriU.
TITE are authorised to announce MJ it"
VV ii pkTKkH. .1. . aa a candidate for
the efheoof Atturney-tleneral, sub ot to th
aotion of th Uotuocraiio wisnaura.
TIIK Appeal Is author' j;d to announee
JOHN K. Mi CAL1.UM M a .candidal.
fur Regiatoe, lu jeol to to aoiiou ui "s.
,1 a ajTm A4FRT8,Mennd Womer
WANTcll io mii "Tim child'i
BIBLR " Introdwetion by lUv. J. U. Vis
cent. D.D. On airent ha sold AS in a towi
ol 74 piopkM onlnvlllarot 7Wl.
saw ag.nl so m w uayai ' .
sive wkt on 40 In S day at two diflrnl
tlm. Kiprlen not eceasary Addr
VsnneiiiL. m tv. u, v uo
io liibora atraat. Obioaao.
B fliMllaeMi Btrewrl. aphta, Tssa
A 1-I1LL stock of Wocdes and M.UIli
XX t-aaee ana mimii
always on sand. Or.lrsby TlgrhrTal-
noboea IVoein'ly attaadad tn.
So. SPS0, K. D.-In th Chancery Court ol
bhelby eounty, l'enn.-8uta l Tanss
vs. Taylor Abarnathy t 1.
.hlu...in. .am iLllerationa of th bill
In thi eauae, which is sworn to, tht th d
fekdant. Mrs W F llardin and Wlllidiu
Hardin. KT Broehus, Harriet B.ll, Hu.aa
W Cheek. Willlnia Flowers, Jane J Lam-
t i.-i aiw... MiIa. M Hobinsoa.
Wm .l'n.ihinsoa. uuaan v Robinson, n D
Rossell and wile. Ophelia Roas.ll, Wtnfteld
btokes. Helen riehmeiler, John 8tory, rs
a k V..k. mA Mi.. Kri.ki Tii.li. nl.is O.
ruiJanr. are uusnown to eomplain.nl and
oannot be aaeertaid upon diligent Inquiry
mode, and that tb BtelrnHiliUn National
Hanker w iora ib utu-i..iunn w.
It is therefore ordered. That they mak
t' eir appearance herein, at the Court-House
f Kh.lh eountv. in Meuiphis, Tenn., on or
belnre th first Monday In Jun, A.D., 1m,
and plead, answor or d.mur to comiilain
'. hill, or IK. .sine will be taken lor eon
fesaed a to them end aet for hearing el
parte i and that a copy or this order be nuo
L.h.j . .Ml for feur sucoesslvc week
in the Memphis Appeal. Ihi 2d dy ol
A 's.rMelloWELL, Clerk ard Muster
By II. F. Wish, Deputy C. and M.
John John-ton, Pol. lor eiuipl ut. sat
TIIK undersigned announces that h I
candidal lor Register, and asks tba
..n ..i the voters of Shelby county, n
will endeavor to give satlsr-oiion ia
the discharge of the duties oi me enioe. .u
place his claims subject to th action of tho
toauty Democrat'e Oonvent on
1 IlKJn- i vuu.i'"
Memphis, March W, UK.
L -V ... n
aet on of th Democratic Convention
D0D0LAH. of Kerryille, Tens., '
dldt for RK01STKR. subj.ct to the
f th Democratic Convention.
WE ar nthorlsd t assounce . .
KoMtiNtitiON a a candidates i far
County Reglstr. ubjeot to in un oi is
Daiuoeralio Convent on.
Jtsdceef th Circuit Cr.
TAMES I. 000DL0K will ba candldaew,
tl before th Democrat!' Coavention, tor
nomination to the otnee or J uug oi in v .r
euit Count nd. if defeated, will opport
th suceetsful aomln.
.V...I..J ....... ar. that JOHN
JOUNdToN i aeand datoforJudgeo tho
Circuit ourt ol oneinv uuuain
action of the Democrat e Convention.
W are authorised to ennonnce L H. K.
TKS JR., a a candidal lor waog. oi in.
Uircuit Vou-t, luojee .v ii .v..v
llemocrntie i onvenvi"r.
A Valuable Patent.
Dawi's Hsns) 4wna ! fm VVmm.
a AVISO perfected my Invoatloa, I wfsh
n place it before th public, especially
metBtaoturers. A a P".pllDir' i'i! fl
porfaot -uoeess opens th drill, diitribul)
th sed aecvraUly, nnlniuwl, nd ooe
th same, thereby on man performing tn
work of thrw. Thes hav boon used la
this section for over adnaen years with ipse
fed satuifaotlon. Vaa giv rpot aible tewtt-
""'"joas'lTr. AK0T. DanHI,
Havwnn.1 eonpte. Tain.
Planters Fire and Marine Insnr.-nce
CoBipani of Memphis.
NssratsiTsTs., April 14, ISM.
THE annual meeting of tb Stook' older
of this oouipany will be hld i their ot
ic, Sa. 41 Madison itrsat. oo
Weilueaday, Msij S, 1HH.
for th Election of Directors tn serve the sn
tutng year. J. 11. tMllll, Secretary.