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MEMPHIS DAILY APPE A L WEI X ES 1 ) A Y , MAY 12. ISSli,
AT ESTIVAL PARK,
ly the Exra and Nopb Lodges, K. S. B.,
Hosstlay, Hay 17, 1S86.
Ficnie to commence at 4 aelo)!, sharp. A
priie walti wil tU ple.e at 5 :J o'clock, at
which a gold mad 1 will be awarded to the
best couple under twelve years of ace.
At 8:30 the petite eotusdy of "TWO CAN
PL A AT THAT U.MH." in one et, by
Eugene Pienin. "Howard Leslie," Sir.
Louis Oavie; ''Cbar'es ArunHel." Mr. J. M.
Friedman: "Lucy A-undel," Misg Brightie
Jlfxter. To conclude with a HOP.
Tlrkets Fifty teale Kacta.
LOUIS DAVIS -Stage Manager
No1 improper characters will be admitted.
Should they gain admittance thejr will bi
compellel to leave the park.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGE VENTS.
Martin Cohen, chr'm; L. Goldmith,
M. HaUe, N. Bach,
J. K. Franklin, Harvey Peru.
Bids for the Hebrew Lo dies' Picnic will be
received up to Thursday evening at G o'e'nek
by Martin Cohen, No. 2!K Main street. Bidi
for bar. restaurant, 8 ring jenny cane rack
et, ball racket, soda-water stand, icecream
824 MAIN STREET.
at" This ponnlar place of amusement l
NOW tiPKN. under the management of
Prof. C. A. D JS ALDSON.
ar New Attraction! and cpecialtiea wll be
presented each week.
arOn Saturday Afternoon of each week,
HALF HATES tor School Children.
Mr We intt nd tu make this plaoe of amuse
ment a special attraetion for Ladies and
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
TTVAKMS 8mall (arms near the city.
iiuire st 8'2 Madison St.
d!Onnfi TO 13000 to loan in sums to
i5iUUU suit parties having notes well
indorsed, rent notes, chattel mortgages or
or other reliable security. Inimire at
K3 SKOOVD PTKFET.
MARE Blsie face race mare.
A. J. Moses, siv miles suto
PARASOL Either at the races or return
ing home, one black stin i arnsol. He
turn to 17 Linden str et and be rewarded.
PIN A (old bar pin. pointed on the ends.
F.nder wll be rewarded by leaving at
144 Madison street.
COW A mild black cow with cropped
earl. Liberal reward for her return to
iOW From dairy on Pigeon Roost road,
V near cyeie rare, one miicn cow, me
dium site, white, with red spots all overs
crumpled norm. Also, one Jerrey cow,
dry; has brass knob on horn. Liberal re
ward will be paid- Leave information at
Durant'i rroo-ry store on Pigeon Roost
road, n'ar 'Cycle Park.
2 WHITE C0W8 One with rope around
head. K reward for their return to K.
B. BARTON, near Curve. Herrando roal.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND BOARD Desirable rooms
and board at 72 Madison st.
ST. JAMES HOUSE Oor. Second and Ad
ams sts. Room and board (5 per week.
Iay board 14 per week. .
00M Furnhhed room, with or without
board, at IIP t;onrt street.
BOARD With excellent room,
124 ADAMS BTRKBT.
' NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
with or without board, at 137 Madison st.
TWO large unfurnished rooms, with or
without board, at 6V Madison street, cor-
B er Third. '
EXPERIENCED NURSE-Must be a set
tled woman, to nurse bnby six months
old.Addrisi R. L., care letter-carrier No. 9.
HOME A respectable white girl wants a
home in a private family; irii no ob
ject. Addre's R. M.. Appeal olfioc.
COOK A good one wantd. Aprly at
ITUATION As porter in store or carriage
driver in fanny- iiuua, Appeal oinco.
MAN To take an office and represent a
manufacturer; $30 per week; small cap
ital required. Address, with stamp, Box 70,
West Acton. Mass.
EVERYBODY To eall and aee the cele
brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
atreet, near Poplar.
PARTNER With tiOOO, or will secure
situation and interest on invent cent.
Address tf.. Appeal office.
AGENT By a large worsted importing
house, an agent or ronoer for commis
sion sales. References required Address
P. 0. B. 122S. New York.
CHAMBERMAID Colored, and man to
wash dishes, at 72 Madifon St.
CI ARDENEK-At City Hospital. Apply
I" between 9 and 10 o'clock a m.
SITUATION-Wilh some reliable firm as
accountant tr traveling salesman for
territory of Arkansas; the latter preferred,
and in grocery line (not liquors): best ref
erences given. For particulars, address
W. L. DK.LONY, Nashville. Ark.
SELF-OPENING GATE-Everybod to see
the sell-opening gate on the bluff. Cheap
nd reliable. E. O. ROBINSON.
519 SHELBY ST.
TO RENT House with A to 8 rooms, on
street ear line, from lHh of June or 1st
of July. Address L. E.. thii office.
ADT AGENTS For Mn. Campbell.
X-i New " Titter "a filter, Bustle, Hoop
skirt and Underskirt combined. Hoops can
be removed and skirt laundried. Adjusta
ble to anysise. Ve y fashionaole, and sells
lor 82 to every well-dressed l.dyasioonaa
shown. A rents doable their money. Al'o,
lull line of new furnishing goods for ladies
nd children. Address, with stamp, E. H.
CAMPBELL k CO , No. 44 West Randolph
street, Cblcaeo, III.
LD GOLD k RILVKR For cash orex
change. MubrUKP, Jeweler, H Ma n.
IOH E 'T cash prices paid for old and new
FKATM&K.a at 448 Main street.
TO ADVANCE MONEY On houiehold
property without removal. Addree
P. O. BOX 1.
GOOD PLAIN CO0K-(WHITE)-At 153
Ueergia street, Fort Pickering; good
wages; references required.
TO BUY One mere male, medium site;
also, a deer or pairot them. Apply to
loom 10, No. 34 Madison street
EXPERIENCED AGENTS And corre
spondents for new business. Positions
Cirmanent. Salary or commission. Write
NATIONAL ECONOMIST. Chicago, 111
LADIES and Gentlemen, In city or conn
try, to take4ight work at toeir homes ;
II to $3 a day easily made; work sent by
snail; no canvassing. We have a good de
mand for oar work, and furnish steady em
ployment. Address, ntth stamp. CROWN
M'F'ti CO., 294 V ne St., Cincinnati. Ohio.
AGENTS With small capital. We have
something new, no risk, large profits,
special 35-day offer, write at otce.
EMPIrlB CO., 381 Canal street, N. Y.
SALARY TO AGENT8 Ad
dress at once. DR. SCOTT'S
GOODS. 842 Broadway. New
York. The only gen nine.
AGENTS In every section of the country
for two New Books, just ready. SrioiAL
TsBHSto men of experience oapable of fill
ing large territory. State experience, age
nd territory wanted. CAStiELL k CO.
(limited), t2 Broadway, N. Y., and 10 Dear
eorn a.'reet, Chicago.
SALESMEN In every S'tite in the V-ion
torepeser.t a PAINT M ANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
rPKCiALTiKS thatare popular and easy selt
Sn? ilao he hnndlod alone or in conneatit ji
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
PRICE MANUFtv. CO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
A N INTELLIGENT, Earnest Catholio
1 man to represent a lame, retins:b!e
ibr-iay treet hojse in Iris owu Incality and
( utside larire cities. A remunerative salary
to rigbf raly. References escnaBged. Ad
drow TAKCUA Y, Box IW, N. Y.
This powder never varies. A marvel ol
purity, strength and ffhuUnomeness. More
economical than the ordinar; kinds, and
cannot be soli in competition wi.h the
multitude of low test, short weight alum or
P luophate powders. Hold mlti wcoes. HcHiL
, r-vo lnvnt On .1IW W.l. V.wVrrk
JACKSON'S DETECTIVE AGENCY. No.
20 Jefferson street, up-stsirs. All bu'i
ness renaming to detection transacted with
care and p omntnrss. and treated strictly
confld'ntial. Especial attention to collec
tion of debts
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone &8. THOS. Cl'BBINS.
MB. TREZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
. LAW, Marine and Commercial Notary
Public, Commissioner of Deeds and U. S.
Commissioner, at the old office. No. 8 Madi
son street. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
HOUSE On Bayburn avenue. 8 rooms,
excellent water, garden and fruit. In
quire at 100 Kayburn avenue.
HOUSE No. 280 Third street, from June
1st to September 1st. Four rooms fur
nished. Apply on preiuites.
OOMS Handsomely furnished rooms at
oY Monroe streeu
CLARENDON HOTEL-Fifty-four sleep,
jog-rooms, furnished; kitchen and dining-room
B. McHKJiKX, Kccciver, bb aecor a st.
"""irtTT A (1 K.H Kjtv.rnl nrtnt ciittnffes.
A.CORDES. 17'falbot st.
OOMS Three or 4 rooms lor light house
V rooms, with kitchen and
servants' hou-e. oorner Seventh and Urcen
law. Chelsea. Good water. All in first-elasi
condition. Rent 125 per month.
A. D. OW YNNE, 356 Front st.
HOUSE A new double-tenement houso.4
rooms on each side; nicely finished;
I arse yard; in fct. all conveniences, on
Ross avenue. Qwid eistetn. Apply to Mrs.
E. Quinlan. 130 Manages it.
HOUSE No. 75 Adams street, on corner
Third: three stories : good rrpairi from
July 1, 1886. JOHN W. CURRIN,
808 Second street.
HOUSE Two story frame, 35 Marke' St.;
new, with all modern Improvements.
Apply to L. FRITZ. 151 Main St.
FURNISHED ROOMB-ForgenU and for
housekeeping, at 116 Court street.
TWO elegant front rooms, furnished or
untarnished. Apply at 89 Adams st.
ROOMS Furnished or unfurnished, at 118
Second atreet. References required.
PURNISHED BOOMS-Apply pT
CIOTTAGE HOUSE-With five rooms and
J all neceisary outhou'es, stables, etc.:
large yard and garden, all well inclosed and
five aore lot fine for pa. tore. Will be sold
at a bargain. Call Mi or address ,
L. P. rEAY, luka, M'ss.
N6 249BEALE ST. Lot 60x175 feet, with
elegant cottage of seven rooms, new
nd in perfect order. Pries, JE-V0 oath. Ap
ply to MINl'ER PAKKfcR or
A. J. MARTIN. 2-Stf Main st.
C CHOICE RESIDENCE LOT-Oeorgia st.,
J west of Main, 50x170, on monthly pay
ments or very che.p for cash. Address
T. A. LAMM. 10 Madison st.
PEANUTS CHEAP 100 sacks fancy
hand picked Virninia peanut..
H. B. SHANKS A CO.
1 00D TENT-12xl8 feet, and stobl, at
tS UOI'Kt M.
f 00D 500 cords of wood In amounts to
TV suit purchasers.
IRST-CLASS POOL TABLE
it5 mum c i
rpHE TOPP PLACE.
Corner of Benle and Lauderdale streets, will
be ollcreJ to the public for sale, on " kdvx
iiiy, Muy 26th, at 12 o'clock, on the prem.
1 . u lnf.i..tttiJin with...
garJ to the size of the lots and plat, inquire
of W, A. Wheatley, 281 Main street, or to
Wm. M. Farrington. 16 Madison street.
W. A. WUBATLY,
2S1 Main street,
REFRIGERATOR At 374 Mississippi me.
Refrigerator, Putont Rocker Crib, with
hair mattress, Papy carriage, etc. ah new
(JtJQAA WILL BUY a new business for
JbaUU the ctnte of Tennessee. Ala
bama, Missouri or Louisiana, to make large
cash jprotits at once: monopoly iuny pro.
tected. Pnrties wishio- a good business ad
dress MAMIFAOTUhKK, this office.
CHEAP FOR CASH The two-story Brick
Storehouse, No. 161 Beale street, just
east n' Desoto: lot 21x7A: will take t50U,
UfcO. T. VANCE. Citisens' St. R.R. office.
-w-vDV n i onrT cr.iri?c. nilfflD 1
JJ ca-lou. bRINKLEY LUMBER CO.,
124 Jenerson street.
A1H nWPuRT N EWS, VA.-1000 lots. 500
XX feet water fro t, 4X feet deep, ror lull
information address WM. A. DEAN,
47 Lexington street, Baltimore, 11 J.
Tf NNKbbKK STATIC CaTRIIFICATela-
s ne eelyaxo "V and all anas to toe
a.. nvnnToN bovwii
Aad Ice Cream Manufacturer.
2V. 3BT-. 13 A. X XjXFF,
French Chemical Works
5S Jefferson Street.
MANUFACTURES SVRCP3 OF ALL
FLAVoHS. which be offers at the low
8 rice of 99 erssla aiaiUa, of any kind of
Hvor. Quality and purity (naranteed. Ire
Cream manufacturers will find all kinds of
Extracts and Fruit Colorings at rery low
fTrtLTH IS WEALTH. Da. I. 0.
cnaranteM speciflo for ilystaria, Disii
ness, ConTulatonxr, Fits, Nermns Neural-
Eta, Headache, Nerves Prostration, caused
y the use of alcohol or Inbaooo; Wake
fulness, Mental Depression! Soiteninc of the
Brain, resulting in Insanity and lee ln(te
misery. deeay and death; Premature
Ate, liarrenness, Loss of Power In either
.11: Involuntary Losses and Spermatur
rhea, eau t by over-exertion of the train,
self-abnse orovrindulKenoe. Each box eon
tains one moflu'. treatment. II a box, 01
six boxes for t5, rent l. mail prepaid, on
reseiptof price. We sasxrr.te Mix Roxei
to cure aoy ease. Weui each ord'J leoeived
by os fnT'six boies, aecompanied wlt '.
we wil! send the purchaser our written
tusrartoe to refund the money if the treat
ment doe' 'Ot e&eot a cure. Ontrantees
issued enlybv A ROKKRTi C1.. Dros
0im. Mnfts. Tas
Instant relief. Final cure in
X llJliJi ten dnys, and never returns.
No purcre, no siilve, no suppository, buffer
er will learn trT a sfmple ruiedr, Frer, hy
addressiEcC. J. M Aeu.S, 78 Nassau St., N.V.
THE CIRCUT CLERKSHIP.
STRONG EFFOBr TO HAVE
The Retiring- Assistant Attornry, J.
15. Cloagh, a Ranrorong Repnb
lica, Viforonsly Tretd.
ConpleJ with thi intalliKeni-a that
District Attorney M.Corry lias notified
Mr. J. B. donga tlar, hecaa diipense
with hiaferricee as assistant on Jane
1st comes 4he information tba. a
po,erIal tfToit is being made to ass'st
him in retaining bis hold npon the
Mr. Hugh Anderfor. who succeeds
Mr. Cloagb, is one ol the biigbtest
ind moet popular members of the
Jaclgin bar, and his appiintmect will
be hailed with plcasme by the law
yers of Memphis, meet of whom erj y
a p:tsonaracqnainiancn wi'ii Dim.
i'he pofition into which Mr. dough
seems 1 1 be willing that he sba'l be
forced, and into which bis geaotis
frier Ua lnnist that he shall be lusted,
iMbet of Clerk cf the Un fed r-Utes
Circnit Couit, with which the District
Clerkship will doubtliM be combined.
At preient Mr. B. W. E htridReiiCir
cuiiCleilc and Mr. lliraee Andrews
Dit trict Clerk. Ttie former prg'.tiun is
wo'th $2jOO a year and tha Infer
$1000. Tbe work of both could be
performed by one competent man.
Tte oil ices were rombited until the
appointment of Judge Baxter, when
re gave one ot lue cieiksuipR i
the son of b''s warm pei tonal
friend, tbe Hon. Euierson K heridge.
For a yfar or taore past the
advieability of f n!n combining tbe
two poeitiuns has been diocu sed, and
it is undersold that had Judge Baxter
lived a week longer it would have
been done, and Mr. J. B. Clough
wcnld have been tinman. That Judge
Jackson would (any out the promise
of his predecessor no one bai believed,
and few who know both men will be
likely to believe at preterit, though it
ii liesly hinted that it will be done.
There is net the ebiidow of
a doubt that .a change will
he mid a. The law requires
tbat the District JuJgi shall citcur
in the appointment of ihe Cir-uit
Clerk, and that the Circuit Judge
hall concur in tbe appointment ol a
District Cleik. Judge Hammond,
wbo ia singularly. f c ml of Clough, in
Fists npon bi appointment by Judge
Jackson. While it is perfectly evident
that Judge Hammond might object if
Judge Jackson offered to appoint a
man pprsora'ly offensive to him, it
does not seem pla'n to those
who know the hrs tbat any one
whatsoever has tbe right 13
dictate tn appointmet-t to
Jndge JackeoD. Whatever may
be the circumstances, it is safe to say
tbat the appointment of Clough to the
position would raise a howl among
the lawyers of Memphis which would
echo is long f s he remained in the
office. Unfortunately for himtelf, Mr.
Cough is not tbe pobseseor of winning
ways and an attractive exterior, and
so far as he bas been heard to express
himself at all, his sympathies are not
with the people among whom he has
cast his lot. He is a rank partisan,
vindictive and bitter, and has all of
the characteristics cf the down Easter,
of whica he is a type.
LOCAL KAIL NEWS.
REORGANIZATION OF THE SIIM.
AKO TEXXEMEE COMPANY.
Paatilnir Ibe Mempble, BlrmlBK
stnd Atlantic Setneral Mnnager
EdwartN Geueral Nateo.
The recrganrzat;on made necessary
by the rurchafeof tbe controlling ir
tcest in tne Mipsiaipii and Tenuei
see railroad from K. T. Wilson, by E.
H. Hairiman of the Illinois Central
raihoad, was effected yesterday.
Messrs. R. T. Wilson, C. P. Hunting
ton and C H. Bwcher withdrew from
the directory, And Mefsrs. E. H. Har
riman, lit "brother and 8. H. Limb
wer eltcted in tbeir stead. Mr. F.
M. White was to-elected president; E.
H. Harrimart, vice preside ot ; S. H.
Limb, secretary, and M. Burke, gen
etal superintendent. This cor firms
the prediction made by the Aitkal
General Manager Eclwartlaj,
The announcement In the Appeal
of yesterday that Maj. Burke had
tendered his ic.ignation as superin
tendent of tbe Louisville, New Orleans
and Texas railroad created a com mo
tic 11 in railway citcles, and specu'atiou
is rife ns to what tbe outcome will be.
While hiB early connection with the
Illinois Central is extrerm-ly probable,
tbe manner in v? hicb the vacancy to be
caused by his retirement will be filled
is not to cartain, though it is generally
believed tbat Mr. J. M. Ei wards, tbe
vice-president and general manager
and Mr. R. T. Wilson's r ght bower,
will discharge the dutirs of general
superintendent. He has made friends
rapidly since he vlme (0 Memphis,
knows the business like a book, and
will ia ike an admirable superintend
Memphis, Hlrsaslnaham and Atlantic
: , lariotAt, totbi irriAL.I 7
BiBMiKGHAM, Ala, May 11, Vice
President T. C. Leake, Chief Eogineer
R. H, Ttmpla, and Mesrs. Josiah
Patterson, Memphis; J. R.Ryan and
W. R. Lyon, New Yoik, stockholders
in the Memphia Birmingham and At
lantic railroad, are bere arranging fo
C imply with the law of tbis btateby
gettirg a chatter under a new, cor
porate name for to much of the line
as lies in Alabama. Tbey have been
In consultation with tbe Gscria Pa-
cili- people a good part of t tte day,
u d. inasmuch aa bo h companies aie
i r. sted in shutting out tbe Kwas
I i y road, it is supposed some deal ii
c nj'emplated. xney expect ti con
nect with the Georgia Pacinc western
extension in tbe fall. Mr. Leake says
in sixty days they will probably have
forty miles of road under contract, in
addition to aixty-six miles cow in
course of construction.
The Taller BasMt's Cap
Ore of tbe handsomest prize cups
which Memphia has seen for tome
time was displayed yesterday in Byrd's
window. Strictly speaking it is not a
enp, but a bowl for puncb, and big
enough to gratify tbe appetite! of a
whole company of citir.en soldiery. It
is of solid silver, hammered, very
massive and heavy, with a thick lining
of gold. Heads of Bacchus, surround
td by branches of laurel; from the
bandies, aad :n heavy rustic letters
upon one side appears the legend,
"VickBburj Pr! Cnp.V It u in-,
scribed underneath, "Piptsented to the
Cily of Vicksburg by Ihe Louisville,
New Orlf aas nnd I'ex' UaJ way Com
pany far C jmpastitivfi IJyrill uy the Mis
sissippi but) Mililia," 1 Afiout the
base of the cupa nnmbefof knapsacka
of s lver appear, tbe Sntet.tlon beinz
to enitriVH upon rn of tbem each
year the tame of the successful com
pany compe'in?, th tf.ip to remain
tbe property of the city cf Vickslinr.
The preset t.itioti of th cip is pi.'-e
of eatermij'e on the part cf the Va:!ey
rovl, nhVti son'd, and doubtleia
wil1, be appreciated.
Iplbee assd Nparfc.
Gkofos Hai hison of flm Chicngo
and Kor:hweu rn rilr. a 1 1- ft y otter
day evering f. r Vicksburg.
Thk engineer who reported last year
that the vart numbers of goats on ttio
raila impeded tbe progrcts of the train
has not been heard from this season.
Tux Hon. Ljttltton Cuke, sittj it
cli ef at'oinxy for tue Louisville aud
Nashville railroad, pa sed through the
city yesterday, tn mite lo Louisville.
Tin Louisville aud Nashville rail
road will make a ru e of one frs for
the rurd trio to parlii8 desiring to
aitnd the May Mimical Festival at
Ma. L. L. Hailky, the popular enn
duttir on tbe Mississippi aud Tennee
aee railroad, ho took a briel furlough
ti accompany tiia invalid wifetiMis
sietipi i City, returned to Memphis
Saturday, ile repoita zirv. ilaily
cuif rtably settled by tho Maude.
Duiing bis absence Mr. Cicodwin did
Am Avthvtarti Retllnc Hnle Tester,
stay by Judge Itonalaaa
In the nildst of their dt'liheratioiiR
yfsU'rday the grand jury, which had
the day before ititlicted Sergeant
Koers for carrying a jiistol, found a
policeman in attendance as a witness
who said he was not on duty and who
had a pistol buckled on 'hia waist.
Tiu-y called upon Jadge Douglass
and asked him for instructions, telling
liimof the witness. He promptly in
structed the jury to find ind ctmeuts
in nil such cases, declaring that a
poliienian had no right, to carry a pis
tol except when actually on dutv. 'I he
news was carried to Mary and there
wasS-t commotion in cons quonce,
tnough the police united in declaring
the ruling of the court "entirely out
of order." Tbey understand 'that
they are practically on duty at all
times. Though they rcpoit at tl:e
station-house frr only twelve hours
out of the twenty-four,' they know tbat
they may be cul'ed upon at any time
to discharge a duty as a cnservatir
of the peace, and hive to
assurance wtieu they l'e down to
sleep at night that they w ill not be
called upon in some emergency within
n hour. When so summoned tbey
dare not rtfase, as euch refural would
result in disraitsil from tbe force.
They also understand tbat when "off
duty," as it ia railed, aad attending to
ptivate lus're"! hortver urgent it
may be, they must take coga'zaaca of
any violation of law which cirne un
der thsir notice, on or ctl tbeir beats,
in or out of their resular boils. Some
of thm think that if the ruling of
Judge Douglass la enforced tbey will
be obliged to obtain special deputa
tions and lay 1 round the p'ne in each
ward where ths polls ought to be.
Then an old mo"1 taten writ tucked ia
an inner pocket aad aquattof mean
whisky under their skins might pro
tect them from justice as imperson
aed by the Judgs of the Criminal
lake Their rirot View of Ihe Mis
lealppl From t'fMloiu-Hosiae
Thirty-five of the swarthiest, ugli
est, toughest citizens of West Tennes
see were collected at the Custom
I louse yesterday evening, nnd their
eyes looked line so many saucers
when the! United PtattV Minnt al
kiml'v conducted them to n point 011
the blnfl' wliete they might obtain a
view of the muhty river. None rf
them, until their arrival iu Memphis,
had ever seen so great ft city before,
and a number had never known evtn
the delights cf so largo a place as
Jackson until they were taen there
for trial. Saarthy, weather-beaten,
some with down upon their chins and
others gray-haired, they might have
ensily passed for the ncariud fol
lowers of Deso o as they stood
upon' the blurt" nnd gazed with
awe at the rolling river, now
an inland sea which plashed at their
feet To all of them, as to the Span
ish explorer, it was a first view. Man
acles' wee unnece sary. They were
riveted by thtir gaze to the spot.
Their rapt attention with the appear
ance) ol'a motely throng attracted quite
a crowd of inlers, and the piebald
company was marched in t'ouble file
back to the county jail, where, under
a recent order of the Vnited States
Court, all the prisoners awaiting trial
before that tribunal, or convicted by
it, are now retained. They are all
charged ith violations of the liquor
laff, and comu under the common
THE INANE A8YLUSI.
The Psoaresa ol' the Wt Tenners.
Metsre. Austia Miller of Bolivar,
chairman of the committee ; J. R. God
win of Memphis, A. W. Bnckway of
Brownsville, J. B. Jones of McKenzte,
medical supetintendent of cons:ruc
t 01, and H P. McDontldof Louit
ville, archittVpt, the gentlemen ap
pointed by Gov. Ba'e as commissioners
for tbe erectipn and construction cf
the West TinnetBee Asylum f.r tha
Iota e near Bolivar, are in Nashville
for the pmpoie of coosult'ng with the
Govt rnorand submitting Ihe plans f.r
his instec:ion, preparatory to e un
met cing work on tbe building. Tbe
Nashville Union of yesterday morning
(ays: "Thee geatleme n tavebeen on
a tour of inspection of various ins' i'u
tionsof similar character in di IV. rent
States, among others Kt oxvil'e, Tenn.,
Morgaitjwn, N. C, Tuscaloois, Ala.,
Meridian, Misi., and fpent ytsteiday
a ihe gurs's of Dr. Callei tier at
tbo asylum on the Murfrtesboro pike.
In ronverdatinn aith a reporter Ust
night the gem lemen exi UHstd them
tefves m highly p'eased witb the in
stitution under tbe charge of Dr. Cal
lander. Whi e tbe architecture is not
modern, yet tbe building is the best
equipped in tbe South, both as regards
Interior comfort and exterior recrea
tion grcuadj and sanit try surround
ings. 1 hey also spoke in glowing terms of
tbe excellent system Dotti 01 cra'n na
tion and discipline which is exercised
by Dr. Callender, and the pair. staking
watchfulnws which be keps over his
Tbe commtltae have already de
cided upon the dettlls of tie plans
which wtre submitted yesterday tJ
tbe Governor nd approved by him,
aod Mr. McDonald, the archiio:t will
return t) (Louisville to-night and pro
ceed at once to rrepare epeciflcatiors
in acconianco with tbs plans adopted.
Thin wr:r will reonire t lfast
mr-tli, aril npon trie completion cf
tl?lt!iittd drawinsi", the commMtfB
wyradvertiaH lor hies for the con
Btvnction of the bu'lding. Opf the
committee sUt d that the bn:k aai
now bcisg manufactured in the utig'i
borhoodof where lli boildirg is to fo
elected. The commiltue ! ve for
tUt ir homes tdy.".'
A DEM1UZED ME.
IHE CAT IS OIT OP THE
The Reason Yhy Memphis Loses So
Many (tamcs-nissathUed With
Between 800 and 1000 people, misled
by tbe announcement tbat Black and
Broufihton were 10 be the ba'tery for
the home nine, (locked to the new
brsetall park yes'.erdty to assist at
the anticipated picnic o- seeing Cham
berlain of the Macon Club knocked
out of the box. Tbote of the ad
mirers of baseball who are given to
betting and who pin their faith to
Black's skill aa a pitcher and hia abili
ty aa a batter and base-runner, were
ventun- some enough ti place heavy
odda against the visitors, some go
ing so far ai to wager $25
tn$13 many timrs over on the home
club. It is sd lo rein e tbat tbey lost
their money. Black did not pitch aod
Mr. Chamberlain was not knocked out
of the box, not by a large majority,
and worse than all the home nine were
aU ttea'ed ta a heavy coat of white
wash. Ptrbaps they knew what wits
iu store for them, aad in antici
pation thereof left ther haud
nome blue suti at home aud
wire white flannel, so the whitewash
wouldn't show. Why Black did not
pitch will appear later on; it will
doubtless prove more interesting read
ing than the deia liof thsgime which
must first be disposed of. It mast be
s'sttd at the outset that Chamberlain
has been underrated. He played
aU year witb a Canada club and w ith
the Buflalot. His first game thia sen
10 1 was with Atlanta, and the remit
was a defeat for Macon by a score ot
M to 2. This caused tbe Macon press
to gtowl out their di'appointment
and created the impression all over
tbe league that Chamberlain is not
an effective pitcher. If aoy such do
lus'on prevailed here, it wan thorough
ly dispelled yesterday. If there is a
better pitcher in the bcutht rn Lesgue
than Chamberlain, gauged by yester
day's work, his name i not known
heieabouts, and he has the unusual
go.id fortune cf bting supported by a
back rtop wbo hg c.rtniuly no equal
in the Macon Club, w here grol back
stops abonnd. All tbe Sjuthera
League catch ra have not shown
np here this seaion, but if
Dat,ie!s does not overt p them all the
exoerts ia tbis city w ill be greatly sur
ptis'd, Tbe game yesterday piejenlel fw
features tbat are pletsaat to dwell
npoo. A double play unassisted by
Whitehead, a fine running catch by
Fuaselbacb, and a good 'top or two by
Andrews, and some excellent work in
the field by Broughtor, form a minia
ture caiis in a vast desert of dreari
new. One by one the MempbM bat
ters faced tbe Macon pitiber, and cne
by one tbey either struck out or sent
baby bit 1 into tbe diamond. Of
twenty-six men at the bat only three
hit safe and no ran was scored.
O'Leaiy wrs put in to pltih for Mem
ph a, bit did not seem toeiert himself
greatly. The reaeon why may become
apparent before this harrowing tale la
finished. In the U'st inning Stearns
Hied out to center field; Connelly took
bate on balls and made second on Au
di ewe's fumble of Coicoran's grounder
to first, but was caught out trying to
steal third, Corcorau going to second c n
tbe play and tcjrirgoni'ellzssate hit
to renter liald. Per. was caught nap
ping at first, aud the inning ended
with the score 1 lo 0 against Memphis.
In the fourth Inning Corcoran died
out to right lie hi ; Pel1 z knocked a three
bagutr between rtielan ami wneoil;
Decker hit to left field L r three tag',
Pelt?, scoiirg; Walsh hit to center
fK-ld for ona bag, Decks. r seining;
Ddulels flied out to third base; Walsh
made tecond nn pisaed ball, and stole
thiul while O'Leary was delivering the
ball, tbe most during play of tbe kind
ever made on ths ground; Cliamber-
l.tin hit sale to left field fur 0110 haie,
Walrh scoring; GeiRB popped a IW to
pitcher; Krehmeyer went for it nnd
ni tilled, Geisa g)ing to second on the
play and Cnamberlain to thiid;
Metros bit eafe pa tBecond, Chamber
ltin scoring, and this might have been
kept up interminably, but Geise
was taugM betweau third and
borne, nd run out at third,
ending the inning. Ia the fifth in
ning Connelly's single, fiilowed by
sioirJciof Cotcoianand l'ellz, allowed
Connelly to score. D cker llitd out to
center field, nnd Pellz was caught try
ing to steal third.
In the sixth inning Sated went in
to pilch, and no mote runs were made,
but that result win largely due to a
brilliant double play by Whitehead in
the eighth inning, witb no one out,
and a man each on s(ond and third.
Of the playing of the Macon
club too much cannot be said in
praise. It was little short of perfec
tion, only one error being charged
apainst them. It now becomes necev
lary to lefer to a matter tbat occurred
outside tbe diamona, Dnt wnicn 11 is
suspected bat a direct bearing npon
the poor ihowing made by the Mem
pliiB clUD sines it ttanej on us carter
of defeat. Vague rumors have long
be?n current tbat the efficiency
of the club was destroyed by internal
dissecs'onp, and tbat tbe manager bad
incut red the hostility, in many cases
open, in 1 there concealed, cf the ma
jority of Ihec'nb's member. While
toe team was away on its tour 01 me
h-ague cities it was impossible to trace
sucn rumors to authentic source, but
the facts now furnirhsd are reliable,
and come straight from one of the
Dnrii a a came at Savannah Blick
strut k nut and Hueed reproached him
for it. Biack told bim to mind tu
business and take a 'rip to a warmer
clima e. Sneed fined him 125 for in
Bubordira ion aod ther-, for ths time
being, tbe matter eoded. About tbe
8 line time ieary was oraerea
p ay cetter-field. He declined, staling
tbat his arm needed rest. Hated in
sisted, O'Leary complied and notified
tbe fi st chance he had, and Sneed fined
him $20, accusing O'Leary of having
purposely mulled tbe ball, aa accusa
tion tbat ia bardly susceptible of proof.
Ths ether memherj of the nine got
wind of the mutter and naturally sided
against tbe manager. 5ome of tbem
allege tbat tbe matter was smoothed
over by a eort of tacit un
derstanding that tbe fines would
be lemilel. On trio p ,int
we have na p'sitlve lu.omtoi. nd
are not prepared to atct'J t lat Cneed
encouing the hope that he wuuld
remit the fi irr. He may or n a net
have dins b, but tual the lute ex
isted is undoubtedly trn, and tba. it
was rudely disj.e'led ij aho true.
Yestendsy was. pay day and the fines
nf Elaak and O'Liary were deducted
from the ir sale r:p. J'.i..ri is a poo
....... uritt. n futnilv t ttinmi't an.
uiau will, n i.iini, ... 1,
the loss of 25 in a lump is
not a mutter t int a man tf
hia temper and tiatning- can be
expected to accept philosophically.
Mr. ii ack ia a good bail player, but no
ea;nt siinte, ai a rule, not being good
b!l plajrj and wben he met Mr.
BAMPIjBH OI 3B"APJ"0-Sr aXXXTTLTIlVtae-.
Witb belf-Measnrlne Carils, sent by nail on application. You on have a pew set ofSMrtt
euadebyeeadiDe'UsanolilonetoDsea.ureby. WUTrii toll OUii PKICKd.
MEMPHIS STEAM SHIRT FACTORY,
jlH.li, KlllIl K
Memphis Steam Laundry,
221 SECOND STREET.
We hare tbe Latest loiroreil Troy Lsuuitry Cotnpanr'i Machinery.
OLI.IU, CUMM nnd MI HITS Lanndrlcd Uqu.tl to Xew
CALLS AND DBLIVBK1K8 FHKE. WORK CAN BE SENT.BY MAIM0K EXPRESS.
Ij A. 15 E (Ml ltTAINN X MVEClAliTY.
Sneed on the diamond. yiMterdy he
addtewed him in UngnngH not strictly
parliamentary. Snewd ordrred him
to put on his clothra and leave the
ground, and Cnpt l!arus (iiHptnded
him. O'Lejry Ma Hubatiinted to
pitch, and pitched j unt the kind
of a gime that might have
heeu (Xpectad from a man burniog
nndfr a strong' senie of injury.
These are Ihe cold farts; we have
nothing extenuated nor aught set
down in malice, and the Memphia
publia mnst judge for thfmalvea
whether tbe homo nine U likely to
srio nnd-r such conditions. Whether
tbe diastl'dction Is general or confined
to O'L'ary and Hueed we have
at present to means of krow
ing. We sunned it to bs ienia!
however, ami ineooncilable. It ia a
pitv that a good nine Hhould be handi
cspped in this any, but tbwremidy is
easy and not far lo leek. It remain
lo be bi ea whether the directors of the
nine will apply it.
WORK TIY INNINOB.
Iunings...l 2 II 4 ft 0 7 8 11
Matoa I 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 -l
Memphia. ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
MiMI'HIH. A. 11,
Snetd, r. f A p... 2
Mantel, 1. f 4
Andreas, 1st 1... 3
Broughton, c. f ... 3
O'Leary, p. A r. f. 3
Fustelbach, f. .. 3
rbelan, 2d b S
Whitehead, 3d b. 2
Ft. B H. P.O.
.26 0 3 24 10 3
Stearns, lat h ,
Connelly, c. f
Cjrcoran, 3d b..
Pelia, 1. 1.-
Danielr, c 4
Chamberlain, p.. 3
Total 33 tl 12 27 9 1
Time of game, 2:10. Runs earned
Memphis, 0; Maoon, 4. First base on
errors Mempbii, 1 ; Macon, 2. First
bask on lulls Memphis, 2; Manon, 2.
Htrtick out -Hy O'Leary, 2: by Cham
berlain, 8 Fanned balls Krehraeyer,
1. Two base hits I'eh. Three bae
bits Pellx, Decker. I'mpire Hren
nau. llrrr, Too. Teler.
larEOiau to ths arrai..l
Atlanta, G, May 11. Today's
same between Atlanta aod Savannah
was equally as one-sided as win yes
terday's. In to day'H gmne the other
side was the heavier; indeed, Savav
nah literally knocked Atlanta to pieces
and put the bull juat where she
wanted, it seemed, at almost every
bit. Atlanta i thoroughly diHinsted
to-night with her team and la abtifiou
it unreservedly. It is very aggravating
when the city reall.es that it bas
a good club and still sees it o often'
defeated so badly. It ' a frequent
occurrence now. One day it plays a
magnificent game and the next day
gine ti piete. it is mid that the club
IS uaiily milieu as to lees, aim ibkb
thin melherlof getting even. Score:
Atlanta, 4; Savannah, 1!.
wood for Billy.
, lrimLTOTn irriiL.1
NAsiiMixr, Tknn., May ll.-The
Nasbvillea defeated the Augustas to
day by a score of ft to 2. Tho score
was tied to tne nintn inning, wneu
Nashville made three runs. O'Brien
and Hchellhase were tbe local battery
aod H lacher and Sutcliffe the visit
ing. Nashville made seven hits ana
C'hk At.o, 1 ; Bos' on, 6.
Detroit, 10; New York, 0.
Ix)t)iHvii.i.t, 1 i Ht. Louis, 9.
1'iTTHiu'Bo, 0; Cincinnati, 7.
ADDITIONAL HI VEILS.
Vicesroro. May 11. Night Ar
rived: City of Providence, St, Louis.
Naw Oblbahs, May It. Night
Arrived : 8. L. Wo id and tow, Ohio
river. Departed: Annie P. Silver, St.
Cincinnati, May 11 Night River
31 feet 7 inches on the gauge and rising.
Weather cloudy and war on, threaten
Cairo, May 11. Night River .".1
feet 3 inches on tbe gauge and rising.
Weatber cloudy and warm. No arriv
als or departures of regular packet'.
St. Lodis, May 11. Night-River
risen 4 inches, and now stands 25 feat
on the gauge. Weatber cloudy and
vrry warm, with sbowtr . Airivedi
Will S. Hays, Viosburg. Departed:
City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg.
Louu.vii.li, May 11. Night River
rising, with II feet 6 inches in the
canel and 9 feet 4 inches on tbe fall'.
iJu iaeas dull. Weatber clear acd pleas
ant Arrived: Paris C. Brown, New
Orleans; Ohio, Memphis; James W.
Fine Watch repairing at Xulfurd'a.
fSiibsx?rtb7 for bc"AppaL"
from f 0 upwards in the latest styles.
II II. Meyer, .'o. l'"7 S-cond street.
Call at once or sead postal for designs.
..J S......L... IMIA Wotn
,JI(cltfl ordera from flieeonnfrj.
!?! UK uutl 'loaiiluic.
Ladies' and gcDta' clothfR denied
or tlyed in any color, aleo kid glovca,
ostrich feathers and lace curtaina by
Louis Keigol, 58 Jetlerson street, Mem
phis, Tenii. woods received by eipreee.
BT MAIL FOB
Li u y a
224 SECOND ST.
QVKKION k 0R0SVEX0R.
0 met No. i Second street,
OtTsr for sale the tulluaiiii! cbolre ir"perty
terms un xhi. b will be luaile known at tbeir
No. W Madisnn Klreet Kln-ant new two
storv hriok reiiilent1, lot .ITSxleH'a feet, in
.1 ........... ..r in.n...H . sJv
alley east of Thiul Mreet. Kiibt Inrfre
rooms anil all modern luiiiroveuieuts. Hentas
value, IUhi per doiiiIi.
Countrr Home -Well iuiprxel. erirc
anres lend, house of six rooms, necessary
outhouses, orohaiU, evlentliul well, heaulilil
lawu aud furertt arove in front of hou'ei new
macadam rond ahont oomideled to the eitr:
011 north side of I niou avenue, I'm miles
east of the city.
No. 375 Beale Street Twu-itor frame
residence lot 4Uxl!ri feet ton larte rooms, ia
guud repair. Kental vuliie, We icr aionth.
Vo. 2M WellliiKlnB htrcet Two-storr
friine residence, opposils W. P. Uethell
reUlence, eisht rooms, in firs: -class condi
tio and convrniendy iirrsmed; lot 40x175
Price, I law.
A vtry ilrfdrukli) houie, corner of Alahnma
street and Thornton avenue, east of und ad
joinina the W'eltor place Two-story trama
rexiileaiee. Dine rooms, in (nod ropair, two
liirse cisterns; lot eiutil to about an ucre nf
PniibleVreaement Frame one-storr Uousa
Nos. ' and .11 Vance street: seen rooms
each, in pood repair : lot 110x141 feet. Hontal
value, TkTrr month.
Price, l -wxi, oreKlxU for either tenement.
The McOmher Place North side of Frailer
between Wellington and Lauderdale streets!
house of eight rooms, tn good repair; lot
1 Price, I W00.
An Elegant Allans Street Residence-Near
Na. 3S2 Jelferann bireet, letweea Lauder
dale and Orleaas streets Two-story frame
re Idenoe, to a rovma, In good renair.all mod
ern improvewentsi lot 37x144 feet. Kental
value, tX per month.
Ffeur New Cnttages-Nos. 1. 1T4, 176 ana
1"H Orleans street., between Madison and
Monroe at eels, three rooms eaob 1 lot 40xlua
feet; very tk'sirakle for mechanics. Rental
value, f 15 each. -t
No, 71 Calhoun rJtreet, near Mila-Frome
eottage, Ave rooms, built last year. Rental
value, I'-M per month. -
Lot St, on west side of Auction Square.
Lot IttO, on south side of Aa'ttoa Square.
Pr c SikJI.
Pouth half of let 2:2, on west side Seeond)
street, between tnrertoo and tMOford streets.
Hi xl4 teet, with small Bouse.
Lot 7, In block IS, on west side of Shelby
street, between Linden and Pontotoc streets.
itox'JKI foet. Tbis tut Ironts on Shelby aad
No 9 Howard's row. or Union street, SixlOO
foet, three-story brink storehouse, in good
repair. Kental value, v per tuontu
UK) Lots, each having a front of fx) feet by
a depth ot lilt 1 cot, fronting on valuoun,
Clay, n eh.iter and (leorgia streets.
Price. Il.'t to t III lr front foot
fid Lots, isixl.'si 'eet each, frotitlug on Suf-
farani, Loouoy, fcwing and .i J'i.ia.-ai streets
In Ninth Ward.
Price. to SKI ner front foot.
Lot 144, on wunt side ol Main strret, 74xl4H
(eel, between Winchester and Market
tpMMt. V ill he snlil at a Ii iriram.
Lot 4V, southwest corner ol eoond and
Pycamiire streets, 14Hxl4H feot
Lot 3.f, northea-t corner of Ovtrtna and
Third streets, HHxllH Icet.
Price, g '7IMI
Storehouse In Jeilcrson blick. No. t
Second street, one nf tho llnct hulldtngs to
the city: four stories, iron front; '4xl4H feet.
Hems lor 13.' per month.
1 Store 1 Ticule street, lot 2U7T feet, two
doors east from eoutheast eeroer ot Ueale
and Desoto streets. lwo-torr brick house
Willi hall above. Kentul value f '' per month.
Dwelling-home So. 4rl l'jototoc street:
has H roojis In good repair. Kental value
.i per month. LotiUxI'JI.
Dwelling-house M'utli side C irollna street,
first block eniit of Main strn".: 4 rooms and I
kitchens; can he used at a double-tenement.
Kent 1S per month.
Dwelling house No. Ill) AUbvoi.i st'eet,
two-story friime; bus U rooun. Lot :Sxl"
feet, nciir comer of Hill trast. Hunt tS
Pr Ice. JiV).
House efl rooms, lot Wx) fee", on nortl.
side Broadway atreet, eat 0! Miasllsipp
avenue. Rent 17 per month.
Double-tenement dwelling Houte. No. 2:
ue-House. No. 2:1
. IV bas 9 roomt,
ms iugoo l repair j
per ji och. 1
ooms suitable toe
and 2.UI Llndin street. No
ami bnnsa No. '2M hue 0 room
Lot :sxl i0 feot. Rents (HI per
Fr ce. ttai
TtrlAlr stiira.hnnse. and roj
residence on second door, Nj. I'll Beai!
street, SixK feet. Rent t'S per month f
Uuod stand lor retail grocery at ire.
SO Reautiful Building Lots of one and tw
aerea each, in Claybrook subdivision, on
mile east of city, between I'ni m avenue an
l'oplur street, at from ttilfl tn l per acre.
LotH2, on southwest cornet uf Adums an.
Maaassas streets. etixlfO feet.
Lola on Bass avenue, In Dawson subdf
visioa, atl.'.! per loot; and lot on Jettersof
street, corner of Munansss, at t per foot!
and iiivarious other psrts of t!ii city. I
Cull and emmine uurlistj. We offer son.!
speoiali bargains, and will taWe pleasure 1 1
showin property to parties wanting to bu
either I'er building purpose' or as Invert
ments. title pertect. Austracts luruisan
1 24 Second street
m Whilo It's lli
In order to move oer imnonsej gtock
make the following often
Good g'raw Hats at 2e. 3ce. 50c and
Ks ra Fine traw Uats at 1 25, tl &'
Small Straw Bonnets, all eolori.......
Kxtru Wide Brim Uats, for o-juntry.......
Beautiful Roses, all colors, ver dotea
Violets, ir doaen...
ltettercups, per dosen
Carnntio" Pinks, per d ten
F.leai.l Bum-he ot Flowcrt
Kitra Fine Uunchrso! Howef'.......-...
Imp iried Freticn Kloeers f u . l '!
tfrits 'i (a In kuncli lor 1
Fruits. Leaves. Stems, ail kinds of r j
lorial lo make Atliticii F'-OweTi!. 1
llrhlal autl Slotirulug lias t ,
The Finest Assort ruent of DULIjs in vh j
Haia ltelmpel, Kentbevs '!
syrl and urlt'il.
(IOLDF.N HAIR WASH by the am..,
large quanti'.r. j
We Sf.ike a Specialty of Xitliu
Eici.lor'.ng the best hsni ?a the city. f
oar whuie attention to it, Jul e ie'.s
I ttitioa ia that line. j