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(jit AND PICNIC
AT ESTIVAL PARK,
B the Eira and Soph Lodges, K. g. B.,
Hoailay, 17 !
Picnic to cotninenee t 4 o'clock, sharp. A
prise waits wi'l take pines at J :3U o'clock, at
which golil med I "HI be ewarled to t'ae
beet couple Bnder twelve yean of mi-.
At 8:30 the petite com.dr of "TWO CAN
PLAV AT THAT iSAMli." in one act. by
Eugene Pienin. "Howard Leslie, Mr.
Louis Uavii; "Cnar'es Arundel," Mr. J. M.
Friedman: "Lucy A-undel," Mies Brightio
liexter. lo conclude with a IIuP.
TlrkeU Firtjr I'ente lacu.
LOUIS DAVIS ... -..Stage Manager
No improper characters will be admitted.
Should they gain admittance they will be
oo iu pell 1 to leava tha park.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGE HEXT3.
Martin Cohen, cbr'm; L. Goldsmith,
M. Halle, N. Bach. '
J. K, Franklin, llarvey Pores.
Bidf for the Hebrew Lodses' Picnic will be
received op to Thursday evening at 6 o'clock
by Murtin Cohen, No. 218 Main ttreet. Bidi
for bar. restaurant, firing jenny, cane rack
et, bull racket, tcda-water itand, icecream
S3 1 BAITf STREET.
erTh' ponular place of amusement l
NOW OPEN, urder the management of
Prof. C. A. DjN ALISON, t
rNew Attractions and t-peoialtiel w 11 be
presented each week.
THd Sturdy Afternoon of each week,
HALF HATES tor School Children.
rWt inUnd U- make this place of aoiure
D.cnt a special attraotion for Ladies and
FOR SALE OR EXCHAMJE.
FARMS-S-nall (arms near the city.
quire at 32 Madiyon st.
' FOR KEN I' OR WALE.
COTTAOB-Withsix rooms. Price, lO0 ;
rent. 120 per month. Inquire on prom
ljeisM2NtiriUpJjlTrMie TO LOAN.
JtQrrvrv TO fWOO to loan in sums to
if) it vU J suit parties bavins notes well
indorsed, rent note, chattel mortgages or
or other reliable security. Inquire at
2SS SECOND STttKF.T.
MARE Ble fnce race mare. Apply to
A. J. Moses, si miles e.stof Mem
phis. State Ijir-e rnid i Holmes p'nee).
PAR ASOL Either at the races or return
ins home, one black extin arasol. Ke
. turn to 1" Linden str et and be rewarded.
PIN A gold bar pin, pointed on the ends.
F.nderwili be rewarded by leaving at
144 Madison street.
MULE-From my plantation eight miles
south of Hernando, Miss., on night of
May 9lh. one black maro mule, Afteen bands
bigh, about twelve years old, wth gear
marks. Will pay a liberal reward for any
information leading to her recovery.
2 WHITE COWS One with rope around
head. 15 reward for their return to R.
B. BARTON, near Curve, Herrendo roal.
JACKSON'S DETECTIVE AGENCY. No
l Oji jAfTapsnn street, uu. stairs. All nui
sess rortaining to detection transacted with
eare and piomntness. and treated strictly
oonndentiai. especial atienuuu to cvnou
tion of dehts
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Oontractorand brick-
larar. Telephone KH8. THUS. CUBBIES.
1yr B. TREZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
XVI. LAW, Aiarine and Commercial Notary
Public, OommisFioner of Deeds and U .8.
Vommissioaer, at toe oia omce, iin. a msu '
son street. COT.f.KiTlilNS A hPKCIALTY
ROOMS AND BOARD.
TOOMS AND BOARD-Desirable rooms
L V and tosrd at 72 Maaison st.
SI. JAMES UOUSK-Cor. Second and Ad
Tssts, Room and board 15 per week.
Day board U per wi ck. '
"DOOM Furrilhed room, with or without
beard, at 119 Court street.
OARD With excellent room,
14 AUAMS BlKrr.1.
5 NICE Rooms, furnished or onfurni-hed,
with or without bmird, at 137 Madison st.
TWO large unfurnished rooms, with or
without board, at riit Madison struct, cor
ner 1 r.ird.
WAN I ED.
OERVANT A good snd r-liable
for general housework. Inquire at
140 HfcCOND ST,
EXPERIESCED NURSE-Must bo a set
tled woman, to nume baby six monihs
old. Addrtss KLi,., oiro lotter;0airjorxo.
XJOME A respectable white girl wants a
LI home in a private intmly; wanes no ou
iect. Addre'B H. M.. Arpcal oBice.
COOK A good one wanted. Apply at
ITU ATIOX As porter in store or carriage
driver in laxiily. JUtllN, Appeitl omce
TV TAN To take an office and represent a
JiXX. manufacturer : u per week : small cap
ital required. Address, with stamp, Box 70,
W est Acton, Maps.
TTtVKRYRODY To call and see the cele-
Jli brated Oypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
S60C0. or will secure
uatioa and intereat on Investment,
ls. Appeal omce.
519 SflELBY ST.
mil KENT Honsa with 6 to 8 rooms, on
X street car line, from lth of June or 1st
of July. Address L. E., this office.
a A TY AORNT8 For Mrs. Campbell',
I a Kmw " Tiller "a Tilter. Bnstle. Hoop
.klpfc and Tlnderaklrt combined. Uoops can
' be removed and skirt lanndried. Adjusta
ble to anysise. Ve y fashionaole, and sells
tortuto every well-dressed ldy as soon as
ahown. Agents double the'r money. Al'o,
a lull line of new iornishing goods for ladies
and rSilitren. Address, with stamp. K. 11
CAMPBELL A CO , No. 484 West Randolph
street, thlcaro, ill-
LD GOLD PILVKR-Forcash or ex
chanire. .MULKUKU, Jeweler, Z!t main
IOHE'-T cash prices paid for old and new
FEATHtKS at 44H Main street.
GOOD PLAIN COOK-(WHITE) At 1!B
Heergia street. Fort Pickering; good
waires: relerceces required.
'rpo BUY One mere mule, medium sise;
X also, a deer or pMr ot them. Apply to
"room 10, flu. 34 Madison street
EXPEKIENCEU AGENTS-And corrs
atMiidanlfl fur new business. Positioni
permanent. Salary or commission. Write
NATIONAL ECONOMIST. Chicago. Til
LADIES and Gentlemen, in city or coon
trv. to take liiht work at tr.eir .hemes
H to i a Cay easily made; work sent by
mail: no canvassing. We have a good de
'4nand for oar work, and furnish steady em
piovment. Address, w 1th stamp. CROWN
M'F'U- C0.,g4 V ne St., Cincinnati. Ohio
GENTS With small capita. We have
something new, no risk, large pronts,
Mn,tial 30-d&v ntfee. write at ore
EMPIRE CO., 381 Canal street, W.
-t?M CC( SALARY TO AGENTS Ad,
i)lJJJ dress at once. DR. SCOTT
' ELKCIRIG GOODS, 842 Broadway, Ne
York. The only ran nine.
AO E.nTS In every section of the country
for two New Books, just ready. Spicial
" TsasH to'aien of experience capable of fill
in a large territory. State experience, age
and territory wanted. CASSELL k CO.
(limited), 8V2 Broadway, N. i., and 40 Dear
born e'reet, Chicago.
SALESMEN la every ruate in the I) ion
to reprer,t s PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISH MLNT having several
briOIA'-Tiia thatare popular and easy eell
inc Can be handled alone or in connection
wita other pod. Address THE WM. B.
PRICK MAMiVM. CO.. BALTIVORK. MD.
N INTJiLLhiKM, Earnett CathoHe
f T ROYAL IIU'-R) 7k a1
This powder never varies. A marvel ol
mint, atrena-th and wholesouienese. More
economical ths- the ordinary kinds, and!
cannot be soli In competition wi.n tne
oviititude of low test, tiort weinht alntr or
piiuspbute powders. So! 4 nn'y iaenns. Koial
V, nan Vown "o . !" W.11 . Vw Vri-V .
COTTAGES-Nos. 47 Avery and 136 Vanee
street, and other nice cottages.
L. B. KATuN, 12 .vadison it.
Rayburn avenue, 8 rooms,
client waur, gardon and fruit. Jn-
uirs at ltk) Rayburn avenue.
OUSE-No. Third street, from June
fx 1st to toplember 1st
Four rooms fur-
Apply on premise.
CLARENDON IIOTEL-Flfty-four sleop-ing-roonrta,
furnished; kitchen and din-
ns-room tuny euuippoa.
K. B. IW' U ISWKi rtecciver, xat oecoruiw
I lor Usui n
DWELLING-HOUSE Two-story dwelling-house.
8 rooms, with kitchen and
servants hou-e. corner toventn ana ur.en
law, I'helsea. Good water. All in Orst-oiasi
condition. Rent JS ir month
A. l. t lnmr., jjo rront et
HuUSE A new double-tenement house,
rooms on each side; nicely finished;
larveyard; in fct. all conveniences, on
Ross avenue, tionu cistern. Appiy vu aire.
Vinnliip. VVJ Wanassss it.
5 Adams street, on oorner
three stories : good r-pair; from
July 1, 1886.
S03 Second street.
HOL'SE Two story fraaie, 35 Marke- St.;
new, with all modern Improvement.
Apply to U FRITZiTjlJlainst
FURNISHED ROOMS For gents and tor
housekeeping, at 116 Court street.
TAYO elegant front rooms, fur
unfurnished. Arply at 89 Ad
ROOMS Furnished or unturnished, at 118
Second street. Heferencos required.
EDAR FENCING POSTS For sale by
W. K. LAKItl.N. barsinsvine. A'a,
, t T 1' .... 1u mmm tlim
JC gnat oil uianufaoiured by Dr. Frenoh if
the heat we nave ever seen, a or eaie aiuvu,
Arnold 4 Co. s, i!72 Front street.
U. r . r srrow. u. ll. uracaou a vo.
"COTTAGE HOUSK-With Ave rooms and
all necessary oumoufee, siaoiea, ew.
!.! vard and earden. all well inclosed and
a five acre lot fine for pastnre. Will be sold
at a bargain, ual l on or aim rose
f li. r. or.A I , inaa, was
NO ?49 BE ALE ST. Lot 60x175 feet, with
elegant cottage of seven rooms, new
and in Perfect order. Price, JSMOoash. Ap
ply to MIN1KR rAKrifc-rior
A. J. glAHIlJ. Qg wa'U a,.
I CHOICE RESIDENCE LOT fleorgla St.,
westot Main, ooxiiu, on monmu vmj
ments or very chesp for cash. Address
x. A. LiAffin. ui namson st.
"DIIANUTS CHEAP 100 sacks fancy
U. hand picked Virrinia peanut'.
n. II. P ii a li no a uvr.
1 00D TENT-12xl8 feet, and stool, at
i o uuu rii ni.
00D fOO crrds Of wood in amounts to
suit purchasers. j o ALLOWAY.
B'liiiT-CLASS POOL TAliLK
1118 FRONT ST.
rpHE TOl'P PLACE.
Corner of Benle and Laudordale streets, win
be offcre I to the publio tor sale, on Wxdnsjs-
ptv.Alay ilh, at 12 o ciock, on me prem
ises, at AiCTHiM. For information, with re
gird to the size of the lots and plut, inquire
of W. A. Wheatley, 2X1 Mnin street, or to
Vm. M. Farrington. 16 Mudisnn street.
H A. nnniiijii
281 Main street.
KEFRIGKRATOR At 374 MissifSi'piave,
ltofrigerator, Patent Rocker Crib, with
hair mattresj, . baoy carriage, eic.Aiinew.
CQnfi WILL BUY a now business for
iiVHJ the itute of lennossea. Ala
bama, Missouri or Louisiana, to make large
cash prollts at once; a monopoly lull y pro
tected. Pariiea wish'ni' a gord business ad-
roes M A M t A t "H 1 K I . t Ii i a o in co .
CTUEAP FOR CASH The two-story Brick
J Morehouse, No. 161 Boi'le street, just
east o- Desoto: lot 21x7.i: will tako flW).
GhO. T. VAMK. Uitnens- M. It.tt. omce.
U ca- lots. l.RINKLKK LUMBER CO.,
-w - .... n i imiiT O 'T. . 1,1.. fl 1 1 T." 1 II 1.
121 .fellursnii street
A X lihUPukl NEWS, VA. 100U lotS.OIKl
JTX. fact wator fro t, 41 tret deep.
WM. A. DEAN.
inirton street, Baltimore, Md.
r9ikU7MMMb blAlK CEHXlFlCIATkb
I He oaiTatil " and all I'oea to the
o,. nvKRTnv tuowitNnii
And Ire Cream Maunfactnreru.
IVC. TP. X3 A. I ZiIF jB.
French Chemical Works
58 Jefleraou Street.
MANUFACTURES SYRUPS OF ALL
FLAVuhS. which he offers at the low
price of onle mkhIIuii. of any kind of
flavor, gualily and purity guaranteed. Ice
('roam manufacturers will find all kinds of
Extracts nn1 rruit C'-loricgs eta very low
VHAT IS IT7
UEtXTHIS WEAI.TH.-Di. K. 0.
Wmt', Nrrvi a.id Bkaix laiATMixT,
a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Pisst
ness. Convulsion's, Fits, Nervous Neural-
Eia, Headaohe, Nervcrs Prostration, caused
y tbe use of alcohol or tobacco: Wake
fulness, Mental Depression, Battening of tbe
Brain, resulting in insanity and lea 'lngte
misery, s decay and death; Premature io
Age, Barrenness, Loss of Power is either
m-: Involuntary Losses aad Spermator
rhea, eaaiw i by over-eiervion of the brain,
self-abuse or overindulgence. Each box con
tains on month's treatment. II a box, oi
six boxes for to, sent b. mail prepaid, os
receipt of price. We ruarrotoe Six Boxes
to oure any case. With each order leoeived
by us foe six boxes, accompanied with to,
we will send the purchaser our written
guarantee to refund the money if the treat
ment does -ot efient a cure. Guarantee
issued only b. A. RKNKERI.A CO.. Dros
riata. V.aniali. T.--
Finest Snrauier Kemirt in America
Miiinctoiika lteacli, Minn.
Offers sreommndations nneoualed by any ho
tel m the west. Rates, 83 per day: t;5 per
month. Circulars and full particulars sent
promp'ly on applicati"n to Eti tiEN E MEUL,
Man-ger. St. Paci.. Mir.. r
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY,
TflE UNITED STATES EXPRESS
COMPANY AM) JAY (iOLID.
Brakeniea Organizing Changing
(Jauge Opening of Eureka
hprlngs (-ieneral Notes.
Abont Ibrty hrakeuu n, who ran on
the various hues centering in Chatta
nooga have organised a branch of the
Brakrmen's Union. Will Bi.-hop of
the Alabama Great Southern iras
elected pretident of the union. There
are a number of applications on band
for membership. The br-tkemen say
the organization has do significance
beyond the fatt that they were the
only class of c'ass of train men who
were not organized and they wished
to enjoy some of the benefits accorded
Jay Mould OobbllnaT Ibe Iiprtes
Cleveland, O., May 9. The an-
nounceuient is made here that the
United States Express Company,
which has opetated since 1854 on the
New York, Lake Erie and Western
tnd New York, Pennsylvania and
Onio railroads, will on Saturday next,
at the expirat on of its yearly contract,
bo superseded by the Pucitia Express
Comtany on these liws and their
branches, xne r seine express com
pany is controlled by Jay Gould, win,
it, is said, desires by means of tbe
Erietogunan fa-t rn outlet f jr the
express busicetsof his Southwestern
f-ystem. It ii hinted that the United
Slates Express Company will transfer
its bnsinesi lrom tne mis to tne ew
Yrrk. Lockawanna and Western, aad
will nave weHttrn outlot over the
Lake IS Ik re asd M chigan Soutbcm.
These changes are t be decided upon
at a meeting in New York this week.
Bplkes ssud Nparke.
All arrangements for the change cf
gauge cn the wnoie system 01 tne
Louttville and Nashville on tne autn
inttant re perfected. By 2 o'clock
p.m. on tmt (lay every division ot tne
entire system will have matle tbe
change, so that trains can run through
the same night again without inter
ruption. It is rjquired by law that evary ac
cident on a railroad which is attended
with person.l injury shall be reported
to tbe Connecticut Railroid Commis
sioners within twenty-four hours.
Ths comm'stioners aio now looking
Int. fifty-seven caies in which acci
dents have bfea mentionci by the
newspapers but . not repjrted to the
Tuk ra'hoad editor of the Affial
acknowledges the receipt of courteous
invita'ions from the Frisco Line Ed-
reka Moriogs railway and tbe croprie
tors of tbe Crescent Hotel, to attend
the formal ( pacing of that hosteliie
st Eureka Springs, Ark., May 20 .h and
21st next The building is one of the
handsomest and most commcd'ous in
the Stale cf Arkansas, and is certain
to command a large patronage this
Kevin hundred different patterns of
locomotives are bnilt in this country.
A locomotive builder says : "There is
an erroneous impression prevslent
abioad that American locomotive
builders build ons design of locomo
tives and then merely dnp'icata it in
defin'tely. But the truth Is, there Is
each a strong tendency among Ameri
can railway companies to adopt a par
tionler s'aatlard o! their own, suited t)
the-if individual requirements, that a
very considerable proportion of the
rrdets we ie"eive require that the lo
comotives be built exactly in accord
arcewith Ihe company's drawings and
GOINH FOR CLOUtiH.
9f embera of Use Bar Talk of An Its-
Ths article in the Aitsal yesterday
morning calling attention to the fact
tbat a s rong efibrt was being made t)
foist Mr. J. H. Clough upon Judge
Howell E. Jackson as the Clerk of tne
United States District Couit brought
the members of the tar to their feet.
They do nt t hcs'.tnte to epeak, right
out in meetin', denouncing the at
tempt in tha most unmeasured t-rms.
They are almost unanimous in the
opinion that should Judge Jackson
yield to the preesuro he will do him
self and his friends an injury whoie
effects will b4 of long continuance.
That he should allow himself to be
persuaded to give so Important an
cilice to a man whi is rot only uni
versally unpopular, hut who is a ven
dictively partisan Rvpnbliean, seems
to them among things inconceivable,
and, if necessary, many of them de
clare their utention of holding a
meeting of the bar and make a formal
protest in wiiting.
BUCKETFUL OF HAIL
Brought In on the Tra
n - From
The accommodation train on the
Louisville and Nashville road brought
in a remnant of tbe recent hail-storm
yesterday morn ng. It was a water
pail full of bail-stones as large as
lartridge eggs, which were said to
have been scoiped up in the neigh
borhood of Bnrtlett. Nearly evary
man en the train-bad a new story cr
an old one rehashed ti tell to any one
who would listen. A rather remark
able state of e flalis was related by Mr.
Zadek'ah Anderson, one of the thrifti
est farmers of the county, and who is
strictly reliable, tie says that ine
hail was three feet deep in hia door
yard when the ttcrm ceased, and tbat
nis wife had been freeztDg ice-cream
with it regu'atly ever since. Mr. An
ri"ST, wbo lives three miles north ef
R.' iiM, is a heavy loecr by the
THEY WANT TO KXOiY.
fctrect Talk Abont Candidate for
Cooaty Conrt Clerk.
A good deal of surprise waa ex
pressed on the s'reets yesterday by
tbe acquaintances and by some of the
friends of Mr. K. A. Odium, wbo, it is
said, will appear as a candidate for
County Court Clerk befors tbe Demo
cratic Convention, on account of his
denial, in tbe Ledger ol the day before.
that be voted for Blaine. They think
it strange tbat Mr. Odium should have
worked for Blaine and for the county
Republican nominees, as they assert
he did, up to tne very day ol election,
and then deliberately cast big own
vote tor tbe Democratic nominees.
Such ineonsii tsncy, tbey declare, is
utterly incomprebensibie to tbem,
Nobcdy ukes the position that be
cause a man happens to vote or work
tor tne Republican ticket on one occa
sion, be is forever bured from Chang
ing his politics and becoming a Demo
crat, a tireenbtcker or even a disciple
gi cr. JODn it ne des
ao" aaet' -'"' L sV '
to induce others to do what ha could
not make up his mind, at the Isst mo
ment, to do hiiivelf. So ar Mr.
Odium ras not publicly ddniod that
he worked for Kiaiue, or that he
worked and voted for other Republi
can noutioeesat the tame time. These
charges are freely made, and though
they may be ntttrly without founda
tion, it lcoks like M y to etippreteaiy
longer what tie wLoIh ptiblic ih tftl
ion tabout." As Mr. Odium himself
Pterr.s lo fttach a groat denl cf tin-
fiortaLce to the ms.tar he will doubt
(si be g'aiilled tliRt a bild front is
put on it, and the opportunity af
forded him to met ihe jsiue sq icrrly
in liisoa n way and upon open uroui d,
and pit', ao end t the discussion, one
way or the otht r, for all time to come.
THE llUsT STEP.
Tbe Convesileisit II on re Adnplsnl
the Drraorralle Iieeullvs
Toe clini are getting ready for tbe
canipiign, in which the initiatory step
will oe taken next Saturday evening,
when a new Executive Committee and
also delegates to tbe County Judicial
Convention are to be to'etted. Tbe
retiring csmmittse, the new wrinkle
excepted, has dons all in its power to
pibce tbe matter (airly and rqua'e'y in
tbe hands of (bo people. The hours
for holding the primaries were at tl ret
fixed for 7 to 9 o'clock, but it was com
plained that such hoorj would be in
onveniant for the buiimst men, and
the toughs would be sure to control.
Tbe committee promptly chang-d tbe
tours from 0 to b o clock, and if goad
committee men and representative
de.ieg.tte are wanted it in caiy to ob
tain tbem. lbe pollaareconvenlentiv
located aud the Ik lira such (hit but i
ness men on their way home to nip
per, at any time frjm 5 to 8 o'clock,
mar stop and cast a vote. It need sot
delay them five minutes, and t e result
will therefore be just 18 they desiio it
Should they fail to vote and bad men
be chosen, they will have themselves
alone to thiuk. Few, except pilitl
ciats, realizs tbe Importuocjof bavin
livo and respcnsible men on the com
mittee. A great deal reels upon them.
Indeed, the entire responsibility of
the camcalgn, and as a rule, puccefs
or defeat, not of individuals, but of
the partv, may justly be laid at their
door;. They are expected to ho'd all
the primaries of the seaeon, to arrange
and carry out the general plan cf tbe
campaign and ti ra'i ihe necessary
cash and enthusiasm. Complete snd
harmonious organisation thr nigh the
polls on Saturday night may insure
the MiccwBOI tbe parly, in tevcrai
of the wards the contest promises, to
be very lively. In some o' Iheni there
are two or three candidates whose
qualifications are wholly different.
PAINTS MM. A FIEND. '
l1 ST IT Chni-srea Made by a Wile
ABAlnat Her Hnaband.
Mrs. Mary E. Krell makei a strong
and seriouscharge against ber husband.
Charles Krell. in a bill for divorce tiled
in the Circuit Court yesterday. The
bill recites that they were married in
Tipton county in April, 1878, living
afterward in Mississippi and two years
ago moving to a farm six miles from
luemphis. They led a happy life to
gether until after the birth of their
first child, when he began abusing her,
and since that time has seemed to take
a special delight in applying ths foul
est, lilt li iest epithebi to her, adding
to her shame bylncciiHing her of fickle
ness. During tho past five months,
the bill says, lie has lioen drunk nearly
all the time and bus been more violent
than ever. His ugliness culminated
Inst Wednesday, when he beat her
with his fists and might havo
seriously injured her had it
not been for tne interftrence of ber
sister. He seized a eua to kill her,
tnd sho su ooileil, after a struggle, in
wredtirjg i' from his grasp, be swear
ing a'l the time that lie would Oil ber
carcHRS to full of holes that the bats
would make a hlvs of it. On Satur
day laft, she continues, he threa'enrd
to get on a b'g dunk and make the
iarin.wl icti is her propeity, a howlirg
wildsrneas. They have three chil
dren, all girls, the eldest five aud the
youcircft two years of sge.
NAUGHTY EMs. "
Tne l;e She Made of Her Mini rnsJk'a
Bonnet and Weilillng Uown.
A fair illustiatioi of the unnrxed
cueisidners of some cf the thieving
domestics with which MemphiF, like
other cities, is itfested, wan illustrated
vett-rday. A negro wouau ramed
Ere ma MtGowan was put on trial for
stealing a U't of clothing and jewelry
from Mrs. Nlesise, wbo rts des at X2i
Hernamln stieet. Two or three weeks
ago she nas employed by Mrs. Niesae,
anl perlormed her duties cied
itably, though the stores in the
pantry were nctictd to di
min'sa day by day with
astonishing rapidity. One day last
week Mrj. Nlesce left home to be gone
several hour.', and when she retained,
expecting to find supi er ready, lonnd
int t ad a culd stove and vacancy where
the cosk had been. A cursory view
of the wardrobe only was necesf ary to
convince ber that tbere were several
vacancies tbere as well. The police
were called in, and on Tuesday even
ing Copt, O'Haver and Detective
Pryde succeeded in discovering the
residence of I lis woman, in whose dob-
sfBpiin the stolen articles were found.
She declared at first tout they had
been presented to her by Mr. Hill,
bu', when taken to Mrs. Nieere, had
tbe effrontery to dec'a-e in the pres
ence of (hit lady thut they had been
given lo her by ber late mistress.
Some of tbe articles recovered had
been bitlly abufcd. The dusky Em
ma had added a etilen flower to the
stolen bennet, and had been cu'ting
quite a dash in colored society with
toat and a handsome silk skirt, which
Mr'. Niesse had not worn since her
wedding. The woman is said
to bs one cf the herdott citlzsns
with sthom the police have had to
deal for tome time. She was once ar
rested for stealing a rocking-chair
from a Main-street a'ore door and for
several other thelts, but always man-
ased to escape punishmeni. She was
tried once for arson, the belief being
that shs set n re to tbe House ol Mr.
A. Uitxfeld, by whom sbe had been
diRcharged. She was sent before the
grand jary for indictment. .
TWO HORSES BURNED
With a Fine Cow Belenflng to Mr.
Gnat smudges have kept tbe fire
men busy for the past few days. Six
stables, caused by fires bnilt to keep
away ttifi pests, nave been sot on lire,
The fifth ws a small one, at noon
yesterday, and the lout, about 6 o'clock
vesterdav evening, was very disas
trous, the stabla 'uult..fire from
even a aiwipie hALAiLm!r r
MAY 13, 1886.
IT MIKES A DIFFERENCE.
W0NDEKHL El'Firr OF
CIIAM.K OF XANAf.EXENT.
Captain Andrews Leads tbe Nine to
a Brilliant Victor A
Ifaa observant et ranger had en
tered the gates of the Bluff City yes
terday evening between the hours of
0 snd 7 o'clock, tii attention would
have been attracted by clusters ot
men (cittertd here and there all along
Main street in thick profusion, en
gaged in animated and gleeful discus
sion of some a bf orbing topio of publio
intsrett. If the observant stranger
had chanced to be of an inquiring
turn of mind, with sufficient nerve to
break in upon one of the aulniatod
groups and ask the res sin of the broad
and widt spread grin that adorned the
faces of all the visible mile inhab
itants, he would have received the
mys'orious and cabalistic answer:
"Nine to one favor of Memphis," ac
companied by a significant invitation
to "join us;" and if the invitatlcn had
beon accepted he would have bo.n
further Burprired by some such stag-
gerinn inquiries as: ' laa t Kuoutl a
tlair-y?" or, "Don't you think
Brotigbton a tnree - badger tbe
realest thing on record?' or,
Ain't he a Jim dandy?'' and if
tho stranger, in a spirit ol philoe phlcal
research, had gone to the hotel clerk
"Wtiat s tne matter wiiuthis townr
What peculiar f jim ot .madness has
d( turoned the rear on of ila cili.itis?"
it's dollars to cents that the self
possessed autocrat, who presides be
hind the counter would cave sum-
mooed the bell-boy and said : "Show
the gentlsmen to 0-1, and try and
make a home ran coming buck."
There is no doubt about it the town
bits gone baset all mad, but when the
wind is southerly its inhabitants know
a three-bate hit frrm a fumbled
giounder. Yesterday's events were
in no way calculated to check the
spread of the mania, although the
day opened tathor InsuspicuouBly.
The crushing defeat ef Tuesday, the
threatened release of Black, tbe sulk
ing of O'Leary , and the general spirit of
discontent that tad settled tipoa ins
nineand psralj sad their energies, mnile
the titter dissolution of the club bp
pear imminent. This dreadful catas
trophe was averted by tbe timely and
decisive aitlon of the managers. They
went to the root of the tna'ttr, and
discovered that the oppodtion if the
nine to the club manager was deep
teited and incurable, and like snji
ble men they accepted tbe situation,
and appointed la hia stead as field
captain first baseman Andrew?, with
full and undisputed control of ne
players on tbe diamond, bneed re
tains the position of manager, but his
power is limited tl the supervision of
the club s busineisaHairsj, and beyond
that bis au homy docs not extern)
Tbe change eeems to havo had I
magical eflect up in the players, and
was accepted by tne public as a bar
binaer of better results in tho future,
Tin game was a walk-over. In racing
parlance. Memphis took tho lead
at tho start, was never headed und
wen easily with hands down. Sneed
was the first man at the bat, and it is
but list to him to say that his de
thronement d'd net alnte by one Jot
bis fidelity to the club. He neither
sulked, nor mutinied ror 1-1 d iwn in
hin play, but played as hard, as 'a:th
fully an 1 w tn us much spirit as if he
wire add in command. Tne 11 s'.
client' a ho got he knocked the lull to
centei field whore it was mulled, s o'e
fecend and scored on a raised ball
Mansel hit to ahorls'op and retited atm
first. Andrews took base on balls aid
scored on Broutbton'e two-b.g;er over
right-fiolder's head, Brongluon whs
caught trying to steal thirJ, Kreb
meyer was bit by ball aud allowed
first base, but was left there bv Fus
eelbach's hit to necond. Macon
was retired in one two ihree
order and the Inning ended with a
Bcoi e of 2 to 0 in favor of the Lome
nine. Neither ride scored in the sec
ond inning. Iu the third the home
nine got on to tbo Cyclone and lode
bitn all over tho field. Sneed got to
flrtt ou called bnlla aud ma do second
on Me nsiel's single to center Held. An
dros hit to right field for one
big, filling the bises; Brnughton
then stepped np and knocked
the ball to center field fence,
made third on the bit, brought Snetd,
Manuel and Andrews !d, and cfuneliomu
on a wild throw from the fitld, amid
a storm of cheers and apnlcnso that
lastid fully two minutes; Kreh'meyer
struck out; rueeolbach made Brst on
GeiFs's fumble of a hot grounder,
sto e secoril, hq1 mae tblrd on an
other fumble by times cf a hit
bv Phelan, who et'de to second
Whiteheads eacrillce hit to
shortstop allowed Fusselbach to
to score, Knouff hit to third and mndo
first on Steam's fumble of Corcoran's
throw, Phelan scoring, and there is no
telling when it all would have ended
but for Knouff 's unsuccessful attempt
to Btcal second, the IW aeons tailed to
score and tbe inning ended
with the score 8 to 0 in favor
ot Memphis. From this point the
game ceised to be even iotaretting.
Memphis added one mo'e to hr
score, and th visitors would have
had their coat of whitewash of Tues
day returned to tbem with interest
but for Mansal's usual error in left
field, in the fl.'tn inning, giving
Decker two bises and resulting in his
SCO' log rn Geisb's f-aeriflce hit tl firt.
Tbe features cf trie game were the
pitching of Knouff and the admirable
hack-slopping and terrifio batting of
Brougbton, who is already a prime
favorite with the cowd. Andrews.
Pnelan and Fusselbach also played
admirably, accepting every chance
ottered, the latter making a bril iant
backward running-catch of a d IHcult
fly. , Tbe Macons' seemed rattled
and fielded loosely, Geies notably
making unexpected errors, bat Stearns
covered himself with glory by a mar
velous one-band stop of a wild throw
by Ccrcoran, jumping, two feet in the
air to get the ball. It was a wonderful
play, and brought down the audience,
who did not cease to applaud nn'il
Stearns bad acknowledged rlisioa
pliment by dotting bia ht-t The
Macon Clno I ave here wita a good
record as skil fui andgertlemanly ball
players. Ther deportment oa the
field, even when protesting against
what they conceive to be an unjust
decision, Is polite, genteel and free
from ruffianly bluster, and even when
tbey kick , thty do it mildly
and tempr'nteJxa... Only cn tv""
1EV.TVEjET-sXjU or I ,
With t'elf-Measarlnt Cards, tent by mall c
made by seniing at an old en to a
We have the Latest Improved 1
COLLAHS, CFFF8 (! SHI
CALLS AND DELIVERIES rKKK. W(
L ICE CU11TAI
there Is nor'ub in the league that baf
lioenee to get away wita tiiem.
n. p.o. a, f
OFFICIAL SCO Kg.
R. B If. P.O. A,
2 10 0
2 2 i) 0
1 3 12 3
0 10 0
10 2 2
2 0 4 2
0 10 1
0 0 0 1
0 0 27 0
B. B R. P.O. A.
0 1 10 0
0 0 2 1
0 0 12
0 0 18
0 14 3
0 12 1
0 0 14
0 0 6 3
Sreed, r. f 4
Mantel, I. f n
Andrews, 1st b... 4
1'rotighton. c ... h
Kiehmeyer.r. f... 4
Kiisselbach, f. f.. 4
Phelan, 2d b 4
KnottH, p 4
MAt'.lN. A B.
Sletrns, lstb 3
Connelly, cf 4
Miller, p 6
C ireoran, 3d b... 4
llsr'er, c 4
Pell a, l.f 3
Decker, r.l 2
Walsh, a. s 3
Total 2!) 1 4 27 17 8
Sumtniry : Runs earnod Memphis,
2; Macon, 0 First bate on errors
Memnbis. 0 : Macon. 0. First base on
balls Memphis, 2; Macon, 3 Struck
out Bv Knoutt. 11: by Miller. 4.
Passed balls Ilirter, 2. Two base
hiis-Broughton. Three base hits
Onughtoa. Time of game, 1 :D5. Um
SCOHg BY INMlNdl.
Innings...! 2 3 4 5 6 7 I
Memphis'...! 0 6 0 0 0 0
Macon 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Oar Beiiied y, It Worka Bean-
ISrlOtAI, TO TBI AFrlAL.t
Atlanta, May 12 To-day ' game
between Atlanta and Savfttinali closed
tho four games between thoso two
c-l ies and Savannah leaves with a
record of three out of tho four. At
lanta It thoroughly disjusted with
her team and everybody is abusing
mnnsgiT, players and umpire to-night.
Tho whole city is of the opinion that
the club has been throwing off and
cannot explain it. If this thing con
tinues Atlanta will ftbnndon ber club
and lo k to other fields for amuse
ment To-day's gamo was a burlesque,
nlmost as bad as was that of yester
day. Tho score was as follows: Score
by innings follows:
Ailnnta....:i o u o o o i o a
Savannahs 0 3 2 0 2 0 0 0-10
Naalivllle man Tony II el I man.
laritCIAI. TO THI AFPIAL.I
Nahiivillk, Tsnn , May 12 The
Nashvillew, with Baker and ShellhasHO
as tho lintterv, defeated Augusta to
day for the third time, with Reunion
mill Xiuli in tlin nninls liv a seoro of
to l. . Tho Nashvilles made 1 error
and the Augustas 5. The locals made
7 hits and the vifitors tl. linker struck
out tl and Kcardon 4. The Nashvilles
made 2 runs In the ninth Inning.
Maeon comes here Friday Tonv
Hcllman has been signed, and will
reach here to-morrow.
Young KllroT Knocked (Int of Ihe
fHrxciAL to thi ArrAl..l
Chattanooga. Tknn., May 12. The
ChitttanoogiiH iKlininistered the third
successive defeat to Charleston to-day,
winning by a score of 11 tod. The
locals put their now pitcher, Kilroy,
in the box and the visitors vrry
promptly knocked him out in tho first
two innings, making four hits and as
many runs. Hart was then placed in
the box and held the sluggers down
to three singles. Hi hits pitched four
straight games, a test never accom
1 shed bv any pit her in tho South
and has only been hit safely sixteen
times. Ho also led the batting.
Weyhing was badly punished by the
loculs and but foi the linn fielding of
the visitors would have fared worse.
PiTTsnnBo, 9; Cincinnati, 7.
St. Louis, K; Washington, 7.
Barnkv Giiaham is playing center
field for Chattanooga in the excellent
stylo characteristic of his play here
Savannah regained the lead yester
day. The clubs now rank: Savannah
first, Augusta second, Atlanta .vtnd
Macon tied for third plare, Nashville,
fifth, Chattanoogt and Memphis tied
for sixth place, Charleston laat.
It is rumored tbat Black bat been
reinstated. This will he arcppted as
good news by all local baseball admir
err. His bes no equal In the nine as a
fiBlder and bane runner, and is a
pitcher cf in ordinary ability. lire
leased here, it will not be twenty-four
hours before oflVrj will pour in
upon him from other quaitars.
Manager Pellx said to an A fmal re
porter yesterday that he wonld gladly
sign him, BDd Chafanooga would,
also, doubtless bid high for him. Now
that harmony has been restored in tbe
nine, why not do tbe handsome thing,
remit all fines and start with
' a long pull, a s rong pull and
a poll all together?" The amount of
Biack's fine ws I50 and not $Z m re
ported in these columns yettrday.
Tnere are few men who wonld not
have rebelled at such a fine. If
Black is allowed to go lis departrjra
will ceitainly be followed by popular
ditapproval of a pointed character.
Mrs. S. W. Hills and others to Over
ton & Grosvenor, lot D, Hill's subdi
vision, 330x810 feet, east side of Wal
nut street, Jli.m
L. II. Kates, trustee, to W . S. lira-
50 Lo' '
snd US Lin
and bouse J'
street, V5z- i
Good Stand it
la order to k
Good Ftraw i
Extra Fins Sir,
Small Straw b f
Beautiful ' "
Violets, per dm
Klenant Bun. !
KiUa Fine Ea :
V-lrlth 1 1
tertai so i
Ren s if
doors c I
and L V
acres each, 't
mile east of ri
Lot A oil
Lots en V
vision, at I-.
and in varlil
Call and el
showing pro' j
either foe bit
man to rtii-rpcent a inrge, refpon&ibii