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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, MAY 1. 1HS(
Y. If. U. A. HALL,
Corner Seoead and Onion Stxeete,
Taseaday Evealnc;, May IS, 18S6.
PAPER BOX-Oa 15th tnsteat a eeper boa
J. lor J. M. vocnery, uernenao, mi...,
weight nf aboat four pound. Irom express
car, nor Kerr's avenue. Finder will be
liberally rewarded by leaving same at South
rn itxpress office.
TaTV A mIiI bar nin. rotated en the ends.
X F.nder wll be rewarded by leavim at
144 Madison street.
O'iUvJVy tail parties having notai w ell
indorsed, rent notei, chattel o-ortgagcs or
other reliable security. Address
P. (j. nn 1.
TAKEN L P.
C10W- One dark brindle eow (riving milk),
y white itar in foreheid end white spot on
hip. fall on U. L. Punoh, at north gate
El mwood, prove property and pay charge!.
MARE Blase face race mare. Apply to
A. 1. Motes, siv mi I of esstof Mem-iMa-ttJirrdloJjmesja
ROOMS AND BOARD.
ESIRABLR ROOM? AND BOARD-
Newly furnished, at 4i MarKat street.
OOMS AND BOARDDesirable roomi
and board at Tl Madison st.
ST. JAMES HOUBB-Oor.BeoondandAd-mi
it. Room and board to par week.
Pay board U per week.
00M Furnished room, with or without
board, at 111) Court street.
; NICK Roomi, fnrntihed or unfurnished.
with or witnout ooara, n ui jnamsnn at.
TWO large unfurnished room, with or
without board! at 69 Madison itreet, cor
ROOMS-Several Tery choice furnlihed
roomi lor gentlemen in a private fam
ily Locality unsurpassed. Beat references
required. Address A. B. C, this ofuoo.
HOUSE No. 110 Jonei avenue. Apply to
Mrs. L. Tonimann.'l Third it., Chelsea
OUSK-No. 83 Fifth street, Chelsea.
Apply to J. C'. WILLIAMSON,
At Wm. K. Moore's.
KB FURNI&II8D ROOM At
100 Monro itreet.
TTOUSE-354 Linden streeti nine rooms,
JUL good yard, large sUbU. .npiy to
FT II BtALUl
COTTAGKS-Kil, 7 Avery and 134 YeBe
treat, and ether nice cottages.
L. B. KATtiN, 12 Madison st.
HOUSB-No. 280 Third street, from June
1st to September 1st. Four rooms fur
nished. Apply on promises.
CLARENDON HOTEL-Filty-fonr sleeping-rooms,
furnished) kitchen and dining-room
. B. B. MrHKNRYi Rtoelvar, g2 Beoocdit
ROOMS Three or 4 rooms lor light honse
keeping. Htftra, ?.KT. Appeal.
iV lng-bouse. rooms, with kitchen and
larvants' home, eorner Seventh and tireea
Saw. Chelsea. Good water. All In first-clael
condition. Rent t26 per month.
A. P. aVVYNNB. 856 Front it
OllSE A new double-tenement house, 4
rooms on each sidei nioely finished;
large yard; in fact, all convenienses, on
Koss avenn. Oood cistern. Apply to Mrs.
E. Quinlan. 130 Mansssas st.
HOUSE No. 76 Adams street, on corner
Third: three stories: good repair t from
July 1,1886. JOHN W. CURR1N, .
ouu Betond strtev. .
UKNISUED ROOMS For gents and tor
hooaetteplng, at tin court street,
TWO elegant front rooms, furnished or
unfurnished. Apply at 89 Adams st.
"DOOMS Furnished or unfurnished, at 118
XV Second street, tteterences re,nirea
USSISUSiD ROOMS-Aoply at
1 1 ( w l) r
OARDERB A few boarder at 88 Court
TpVERYBODY To call aad see the cele
Pj hrated Osoiv Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
T ADIES and young ma to decorate Brrth
I i day and Kaster Novelties. Easily
learned; good prospects for steady employ
vent and fair wages. Material furnished,
and all wrk mailed postpaid. For full in
formation address Dccokativs: Ait Works. 7
Exchange Plana, Boston, Mass. P.O.oox 5148.
HORSE To -hire a good work'borse by tha
week; will pay (ti per week and feed
biro. NO. 2?6 frKCOND ST..
rpO BORROW-12000 for two years ; security
oucrea, aiu,ow. nuurtw vw. nipw
HITK WOMAN To take charge of two
I'll . 1 1 .. J . O J
cnuurgq. a ppiy w-ay uuij, oj n
J EVERYBODY To witness tha embroidery
Li exhibition at 46 North Court street May
17th, 18ih and 19th.
MEN. ETC. 200 station men,
on Bald Knob extension, 25 miles from Mem
phis. Apply on work at Tyronxa river, or
to Toof, Mctiowan k Co.
HARVBY k SCOTT.
LADY AGENTS For Mrs. Campbell's
New " Til tar "a l'ilter, Bustle, lloop
klrt and Underskirt combined, lloops can
t removed and skirt laundried. Adjusta
ble to anysiaa. fashionaole, and sells
1or2to avery well-dressed ldy aa soon as
ahown. Agents doable their money. Al'o,
lull line of new furnishing goods for ladies
and children. Address, with stamp, E. H.
CAMPBELL A CO., No. 484 West Randolph
utreet, Chlcaao, III.
EXPERIENCED AGENTS And corre
spondents for new business. Positions
VormaneDt. Salary or commission. Writ
"to-Klay. Address .
NATIONAL ECONOMIST. Chicago, 111
ILL FILL ORDERS FOR PILINO-
Any length and sue. Apply to
CAP!'. FOtfLKMAN, Str. Overton.
TKN To do station work on Bsld Knob
JAJ railroad ; station work at 11 to 18 cent.
tfa.aao, Ue-rokrs at 12 cents. Apply to
HARVKY , 6C0TT, Tyron.ie.
EXPERIENCED NURSB-Must be a set
tled woman, to nurse baby six months
cl d. Address R. L., c tre letter-carrier No. V.
MAN To take an offloa and represent a
manufacturer; ISO pee week; small cap
ital required. Address, with stamp, Box 70,
West Acton. Mass.
TT10 RENT House with 6 to 8 rooms, on
X street car line, from 15th of Jnne or 1st
of July. Address L.K., this office.
LD GOLD A SILVKR Foreash or ex
change. MULrUKU, Jeweler. 294 Main.
I H K-T oash prices paid for old and new
r fa Am Klta at 4 Main street.
T ADIES and Gentleman, In elty or coun-
irr v lam iiauh sun a cir nomas;
II to 13 a day easily made; work sent by
ail: no canvassing. We have a good de
mand for our work, and furnish staady m
plovment. Address, with stamp, CROWN
K F'U CQ.,4 V ne St.. Cincinnati. Ohio.
A GENTS With small capital. Wa bavo
A sumetbing new, no risk, large profits,
Spool al 30-day ' Bar, writ at ui ca.
EMPIB Cu., 381 Canal street.". Y.
i-4 Ci HALARY TO A (JEM'S -d
iJlUUI dress at onoa. DK 6C0TT'8
KLKCrKIU UOOD3, Ui Broadway, New
Yorkj The only gen nine.
AOEIvTS In every sectl n ol tha country
fortwo New Books, just re.idy. CiraotAL
Tasiia to men of experience capable of fill
ing a lartre territory. State experience, its
and territory wanted. CASSbl.L k Co.
(limited), a Rro.dsray, N. ., and 40 Dear-
boru s'rsvt. Chicac".
OAi.KS.V1 H-l.i ever 5 ata lli the lou
Otorepreso. t a PA!Nr M tNUFACTUR-
IX ESABLISHVIET hav ng sovern'
graciALT'X) thtUra popular snd easy -ell-Inc.
fa ba handled alona or in connecti n
with other goods. Addies THE WV1. B.
PKlCi-: v AKl'K'l . Ca.. HALT! MORE. MP.
AN IN rKU.l'iKVr, Knrnert Ca hnlic
mau to rei-raent a lerue, responsible
Barclay tract ho iso in his owu l caii'y and
utstrle larwe oitie. A remunerative salary
-to right paity. Uemrences exchanged. Ad'
4rss . BAKCLAK, Box Lrx, it. Y.
FOR RENT OR SALE.
COTTAOB-Withsix rooms. Price, llHuO ;
r.nt. tJU pr inenlh. Inquire oa pram
i.., K2 Misi.it'ii avenue.
C"WW A milch cow; white, with red spots
J all ever; crumpled boms. Liberal re
ward 111 ba ptid Laae infnrmstion at
Irant's tlrocery. Pigeon Roost roid. Bear
f) WHITE COWS Ona with rope around
6i head. 15 reward for th ir return to iL
B. PKTOM. rr Curve, llerr undo rnnt.
CISTEKNS Bnl't and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor o' the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone m. THOS. CVBBIN8.
MB. TKEZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
. LAW, ,arina and C'oinmeroial Notary
Public, Commissioner of Deeds and U. K.
Commissioner, at the old office, No. i Madi
son street. COLLF.i TloNSA bPROIALTY.
ClOW-One good and gentle two gallon
J row. with ber calf: milk very rich.
Price. tS. Apply to Joseph Burney, at
south gale Elmwood.
LOTS Five choice lots, corner Sixlh aad
Walker streets. Fort Pickering.
FttKD OKUILL, 310 Front St.
17 ST. MARTIN ST.
Cf-t r;A A nhaoton, pony and harness
QlrJVJ fortl'O. Apply at 378 Mail st.
C tOUNTKY NEWKPAPEI-Address
J 8 W. BARBER, Ash'm.d City. Tenn.
ESIDENCK No 75 Linden St.; lot 00
feet fr,i..t ATKINSON, !H Monroe St.
HORSES W. A. Faices, 5 I'nion street,
has just received a oar of good Ken
tucky saddlo and harness horses.
OEDAR FENCING POSTS-For sal by
W. R. LARKIN, Larkinsville, Ala.
C COTTAGE HOUSE-With live rooms and
all nocefsary outhouses, stables, etc. ;
large yard and garden, all well inclosed and
a five-acre lot fine fur pasture. Will be sold
at a bargain. Call on or address
L P. t-KAY. Inka, M'ss. .
CIIIOICE RESIDENCE LOT-Ueorgia St.,
J west of Main, 50x170, on monthly pay
ments or vary cheup for cash. Address
T. A. LAMB, 10 Madison St.
)EANUTS CHEAP 10U sacks fancy
hand picked Virginia peanut.
H. B. SHANKS CO.
OOD 500 cords of wood in amounts to
rpHE TOPP PLACE.
Corner of Beale and Lauderdale streets, will
be offerei to the publio tor sale, on Wednes
day:, May 2titb, at 12 o'clock, on the prem
ises, at aucIioh. For inforuiation, with re
gard to the sire of the lots and plat, inquire
of W. A. Whcatley, 2H1 Main street, or to
Wm, M. Farrington. 16 Madison street.
W. A. W HKATLY,
281 Main street.
CfQfr WILL BUY a new business for
tDVJU the otnte of Tennessee, Ala
bama, Missouri or Louisiana, to mate larg
cash profit at once; a monopoly fully pro
tected. Parties within- a good business ad
dress MAMJFACTUhBK.thil oB?e.
CHEAP FOR CASH The two-story Brick
Storehouse, No. 161 Beale street, just
east or Desoto; lot 21x75; will take t'ttuv.
QUO. T. VANCBi Citiiens' Bt. R.K. offioe.
DRY BARREL STAVES, CHEAPIn
ca-loU, BRINKLEY LUMBER CO.,
134 Jefferson street.
AT NEWPORT NEWS, VA.-1000 loU, 500
feet filar froi t, 4C feet deep. For fall
information address WM. A. DEAN,
47 Lexington street, Baltimore, Ma.
TBNBBf 8TATB CSRTIF1CATKB
t s)t.'vab'a "v and all dns to the
4. aiVKnTOW KISVIrlrtR
BRDWX'R lkX BITTERN
nrovadan invaluable remadveaM . Ml-
tebaef Birney, 12 Washington str t, Mem
jjtjia, Tenn.jjut disArh' anu dyspepsia, tie
jbjb mvB iiaa m Dinva vbch wvuar wvui
DR. C. McLANE'S
BE 8URB YOU GET THE GENUINE. Tha
Counterfeits are made In St. Louis, Mo.
W. N. HALDEMAN,
President of the Groat LOUISVIL COU-R1ER-JURNAL
CO., talis mat
ha knows of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
Orricior thi CorsiRi-JouBitaL,
Dr. WintrrtmiA, Sir I aiva a rule 1 hav
observed for many years, the value of your
remedy prompting ane to say, in reply to
your reouest, what I know of your Chill
Cure. The private assurances of its efficacy
I had, and the good results of its effects I
had observed on Mr. K. W. Meredith, who,
for mora than fifteen years, had been fore
man of my office, induced ma to test it in
my family. Tha results have bean entirely
satisfactory. Tha first esse was of two
years' standing, in which I believe every
known remedy bad been tried with tempo
rary relief tha chills returning periodically
and with seemingly iocreaied severity.
Your cure broke them at onoa, and there has
been no recurrence of them for more than
six months. The other case was ot a milder
form, aad yielded more readily to other
remedies ; but the chills would return at in
terval until your medicine was used, since
which time, now several months, they hav
entirely disappeared. From the opportu
nity I have bad to judge, I do not hesitate to
express my belief that your Chill Cure is a
Talatabie speorfic, and performs all yon
ARTHUR PETER 4k 'CO., Agents, Louis
Horses, Cattle, Sheep
DOGS, HOGS, P0ULTEY.
In use for over 20 year by Farmers,
Stockbreeders, Horse B. It, Aa ,
Oscd by Al. S. Covorn merit.
r STABLE CHART-W
Mounted on Roller A Book Mailed Free.
Humphreya'Med. Co., 109 Fulton ft.. H.T.'
laiU tafttAal ak 0
Ksrrdus Debility, Vital Weakness,
In ilka :il inni-f I nn on T "II Cl sjitsaiiii nrnaflT I (AT
iti ne ,mi i, s- & via 1m fivtil lurpti vml nnuilaf for fA
Ion, f-oiu stvtT-wort or olhir cnuBf
priu. Uutaplwcj MrsjclMlt., lott ftuteta Hi., k. I.
WWROTVXIS IR(I ItlTTKRH RK-
..eve pain, aid- iligpstiun, sir i rones p
tli sysieiii Jtr W A. tun n. No firM
wli. lbv t eot, vein' bi, ienn.,snys h rh'ts
ba d wif cur d it rheum .tisi .'ttr trying
ma .y other ren,e its wi'h ut aid.
a,.A t-!JHM Its CAUbKo and CJ i t by
one 0o was deaf twenty-aUbt yei.rs
raiaa v mO' t ot tha notad at,eoiahstr O'
t d , w.th 1. 1 bonetit CcagD Hrunai.r in
three months, an i ainee than buud"4. I
others hy .ama prooes A plain, siuiuleai d
saoofssfnl homa rreatmeiit. A dr- I. 6.
i?AaB,ti KeitSMlh St.,Na lort Cit.
DIG FRITTERED AWAY.
THE FADIXfi CONDITIOS OP TOE
Chatrmaa SUughtrr, the Truster,
Tells How tbt latter Stands
la a Xutshfll.
The leport of the (?raod jury on the
Bol'on matter, published Snaday
moroinir, though full ecoutih, was not
quite char euouiih It r t!ie gnerl
reader, and in oidtr t pn-Geut the
ftcts in a brief, readable way, an Ap
peal man oillet noon ChairiLan
Slangh'c r of the Conuty Conrt, who is
ex ollicio trustee of tbe filed.
"I can nit answer your questions
IiOiitiyely," said Mr. Blaughier, "as I
nave not been placed in formal p r
session cf the trust. Ai I nndeisut d
it, however, 1hd a BsitiemuDt was
fioaliy male ith Mr. A p person by
the Chancery Court, under the dncree
cf the bupreme Court, 4G,C00 in
money was paid ove', besides a lot of
property in the adj)inirg counties,
the wbo'e beiDg tulien in liquidation
of the claim of $:'(l),C00 aitaingt Mr.
App?r3on. The rtal ettate and o hr
piopertr, as I take it, is actunlly worth
about ?1,)0,C00. Fail of it has already
been eold and oat of the proceeds of
the rmHinder the t mtee w 1' be r e
quired to ray a tequt-et of $!9 0U0 to
tha Fiiat Dittritt lor a col.ege and
Il'0,000 to the widow if the hti AV.de
Bo ton, bt sides other claims."
"VVse there any personal property
placed in tbe bauds of the trustee?"
"Yts; there were growinK crops on
some cf the plantationr, mulee, hones
and farming ntt-nsils. 'The amount
realised by tbe fotniHr chair nun, Mr.
Smith, was ahont $14,( 00, I think,
which, in addition to the $40,000 be
received, would make the total amount
of cash handled by him about )03,
000" "And what has been done with the
"Well, about $43,000 has been used
in lawyers' fees, and I suppose Mr.
Smith's voucher will show what wai
dons with the nmaindt-r."
"Is there nothing left?"
".Sjmethicg like f.'OO remaining in
"What general plan have you for
prtssrviog the remainder of the fund
far the benefit of the sen sols?"
"Under the law. 1 may die p Me of all
the nropeityin tn 8 iSt-tetbi's year,
and I thirk it flio'ild be sold wltoiu
tbe !!fce if possible. The big farms
and all land either in city or country,
which lies in large bodies, should be
cat up and cold on reasonable tsims
to respectable patties with gold
security, or a stcriQce might be
made to obtain tbe cash down
which could then be invested in
bonds. I shall also s 11 tbe Arkansas
property as soon as poisibls. It is
mortgaged to secure nots for $75,000,
and is valued at fll8,C00, but that val
uation is on a par with that of Ten
nessee property. I reoelved a propo
sition from Mr. Apperson Saturday to
convey to me all his Arka'sia proper
ty if I would relinquish his note, but
declined. There are other mortgages
on some of it, and a good deal of back
taxes, Of course I suall insiit that all
of the claims be paid by h m, so is to
make the property net ai much as
"Have yon given bond for ths exe
cution P the Irasif'
"No, under the will the truHee like
tbe. executor, was not required to
give bond. A suit hes been filed,
however, by B, J. Kimbrough, att'r
ney for the school directors of the
First District, asking that the trustee
be required to give a bond, and fast
his compensation and that of others
required to perform certain duticj be
definitely fixed. Jude Craft, acting
as special Chancellor, fixed
the bond at $25,000. If the
6upreme Court requires me to
give a bond of $25,000 or $5V0OO it
seems to me l may eimer aecune to
do so or insist that I Bhall be paid
something for my lervicee, which are
entirely separate from those of chair
man cither County Comt. Mv bond
for that office, as well es my salary, is
fixed without any reierence wnatever
to ex-ofiicio trusts. As a matter of
fact, I think the tfu-t ought to he
taken out of the bands of the chair
man of tbe County Court. He has as
much as he c in easily and well attend
to without it.
Important Salt Before Judge Hew
Nashville, Tkn , May 17 A very
important cate came op trefore Judges
Howell . Jackson end D. M. Key in
the United States Federal Court to
day. The object is to prevent the tals
of the st Tennessee, Virginia and
Georgia railroad on the 25th instent
under the decree of tbe late Judge
John Baxter, who uppointad Wm.
Baxter cf Knoxville to effect the (ale.
Tne original style of the case is George
Hvbtaire and tsittiaUs of New
York vs. the Central Trust Company
oftbetcity. The argument is upon a
petition of a minority representing
$2,000,000, asking that they may be
permitted to intervene and have
themE elves made patties defendant
and be allowed to answer not now in
court, the object being to postpone
the sale. It was stated by a promi
nent railroad man that nine-tenths of
the securities had gone into ths reor
ganization scheme. Tbe original suit
was brought to foreclose a morgaee
on the line and in an agreement in
council of bondholders tbe repre
sentatives of $14,000,000 out of
$16,000,000 were interested in the
reorganization scheme after ssveral
months of careful investigation.
The junior owners seeking to
have tne sale postponed ate Meetrs.
E O. James of New York, Jno. B.
Henderson of Miesouri, E. O. Lucky of
Kioxville and Patrick Calhoun cf
At'aoti and the Central Trust Com
pany of New York by John E. Pa'sora
andThomasTillman, There were aleo
present Gen. Samuel Toomaa, pi evi
dent of tbe East Tennessee, Virginia
and Georgia railway; Wm. Baxter,
receiver; H. C. Trrell, representing
the company in New York; Jndge
Lochrane, representing it in Atlanta;
Col. Chas. M. McGhee, one of tbe
members of the ie organization com
mitt at d the m v member p'eem,
and Hoi. Jno. F. Hopkins, rspr.sont
ingthe P.vpifl ' ra lav, wh'c'i s no.
laterally ru niiec ed wiih the Ert Te'i
t e-s s, Virgiiiia an t Genraia lailwny.
Trie E ;t Tfnnt-sve. Vug naand Geor
gia ril4arhi8, tlno it i thi decree o'
the Federal ci u t, ' e :n. tie I ands' f
idei.ry Fink s :ere v 'r for neveri I
yiarspaw. Thau in n s of tounuel
Will pn b.b'i l s s v ra' days.
Chnsp ak ami Aa.hvitte.
Eiout ca so sr e- ra I 'o- th C
a'eijki Ji d iNa-".v 1 e roa I ii- aes
r Vfd rjin Lolivllr a o a r a nT'
Gal e'i'i d p . Fivh h'l it J ,0''
f .mi Pi Ubn g will f .ll..w ' "d t ns
wti n trs k 1 ii if t" ca .u fs w k,
mencs Pei:ent Z mr etwilironi
Gusgow, K ., abu iiu "ma n is in
ti.at end olths l.ne. up thing, o i
railroad cirt lea wears a bjtter outlook
Hestatea and Tesaw t'ratrial.
Receiver Dillirpham o! tbe Ilors rn
anil Texas Ceutratar.d ether otli i &
of tbe road were at Fort Worth Satrir.
day, and made an inepoction cf tle
Fort Worth and New Orleans roul,
whirh they have purchased to ir c-ir-pirat
in th Certral eyitem, at.d t is
aid they will extet.d the road 1 1 Ja k
and Young counties. This gives Fort
Worth another competing line to Gal
veston and New Or eane. The price is
Natchrn, K tt Ktver aad Texsui Itoa.l.
The Natchei Pemixwl eays: Th; di-rect-rjof
the Natchez, Red lt:vrrand
Texas railroad had another meeting in
Yidalia yestprday, at which the eon
tractors who constructed tbe rout,
Messrs. Arnold, DeUarris Jt Co., were
preterit, and at which the company
agreed to accept the road as jus', com
pleted and tqnipped, and paid by
check the contrac ore for the work in
constructing the en me. The company
had nearly two months left in w hich
to receive the road and pay for ths
work done I hereon, bat as evfeiytHng
we 8 so satisfactory and lhe contract to
ful y carried out, tbey concluded to
receive ;t immediately a d pay for it
The real is now tbe pionerty of tk.e
Nstehec, Rod River ami Texas Kail
road C, in ran v, w hi w ill bereatti roan
Rnd operate ttie tame. The col lec
tors who bni t the, line, Mieesrs. Arnold,
DeGarris & Co , and il oir rsiot ittee,
are all clever, genial gentlemen, who
made many fremlt-liips both in
Natchez ana Vitlilin, and they will
bava the be t wishes of the citizens of
both places for suteess wherever their
lines may in future be caet.
TWO SEUI0US ACCIDENTS.
A BOl'S LOWS FAIL FROSn IX
AReenlt of Kerkleeaaeea-A t'hllii'e
Tasuble From a Netond-Ntorjr
An aceiJeot which may liava a fatal
esti't occurred yeeterday atternoon at
Wilkeieon's drug s'ore, on Main rear
Mod roe ttreet. Two boys, Tom Bur
rows, aired sixteen and Honry Johnson,
two yu-s ycunic, who are employed
in tbe store, were sent to the fourth
floor about 4 o'clock oftsrsome br.t'vs.
They Rot on the elevator and when it
s'a'td up, began wrestling with each
o'.bei, narrowly misting an accident
ssv ril timeu, They were warced but
Said no heed, asdndel t) tbe top
o?r, put the bottles on the eleva'or
and renewed, their fooliehnsrg as it be
Ran s iding down. When the platform
was ba f way between tbe third and
fourth floors, Burrows lost his footing
and tumbled over the tide. He
tbraw out bis bands and caught
Johnsjn about the neck, pulling
bim over with him. Johnson landed
on the third floor, falling upon his
side and painlully bruising one arm.
Burrows was not so fortunate and
tumbled down a distance of forty-lour
fee, striking once or twice on ths ear
ner', to tbe pavement below.
Dr. Nail was summoned and found
that while the by has sustained
number of paUiftl! t raises Various
mrt of his body ths Only bones
broken were two Small ones in one
w ist. He was not tben ablitoiay
whether or not he bad been. Internally
injured. He was tikeatohis home,
Nn. 33 Third street) and is likely to
Late yesday evening a white in
fant aborlt two years o'd fell from a
two Story wit do w, at! No. 204 Front
Strenl, to the pavement below, sustain
ing injuries suppossd to be fatal.
Bonght bj t'retlllora for Five Hon
The Dime Museum, which bns led a
fitful sort of au existence since the
only Crosby deserted it (and his cred
itors) for the nomadic career of tbe cir
cus which leaves in the spring, tra, la,
was sold by auction yesterday morn
ing. While ttiere were many creditors,
but few of them attended the sale, and
only one or two bids were made for
the "stock in trade" of the Mammoth
Dime Museum. The principal offer and
the one on which tho hammer de
scended wns that of Dean & Carroll,
for $5C0. This tirm had been tho con
tractors for the festive Crosby, and
were "mourners" to the extent of
about $S0O With the idea of getting
some of tlrs back, tho tirm huve
bought all that is left, namely, 400
opera chairs .one monster ootopus ("in
very good spiri's"), half a dozen ta
bles, a lot of old scenery, and three
dozen caes of geodes, shells, Mexican
relics and Confederate scrip. Prof.
Donaldson wants the lease renewed,
and Prof. Robirison of New Orleans
talks of ttarting a museum here, so
that between tho two it Is quite possi
ble that next September ano'her vet
eran showmen may "chase the guys"
from cellar to garret at "one dime
Entertainment by Csra and Napb
Lodge, K. , B.
At Estiva Park tbe week of pleasure
was ciromenced yesterday by a giaid
picnic given under tbe auspices of
Ezra and Nonh lodges. K. 8. B. Pro
ceedings commenced at 4 o'clock, when
troops if happy youngsters (termed
tbe leafy shades ot tbe park and
danced in the summer theater
to the music of a very good or
cbett a. At o:;iO o clotk p.m. a
competitive waltz was held and won
by Mies Isabeila Coleman and Master
ilenry uronn, wno win nencefortn
sport gold medals. A hippy evening
was spent in various sports, tbe
weather being just cool enough to add
zeet to exercise. At night the attend
arte was largely augmented by ' .
older f uike, for whose special de' 'P"
rien a "petite comedy" called. T J
Play al Thai Game was exct' "T0 rf ? "
following was the caet: a' iBe
Howard Leslie Mw r'u r , t i"
Cha-. Arundel...... jfr P'J"?X!
Luor Arundel If t J i ,'''. "
.. . .i-s Brlghtie Uexter
it was fairly we.' b ' ",?'c ' ' .
critic miai t ' V"; 8 d: i'i'4,h
m. i. . 1 fel si rurieed tn-t
k-n k"' el should wear . ligtt
w area sinew tiit while bis Wile
o..? "f ornr tr 1 a I V, cent on dree.
Wllf,r .e audiHi iw wa pleased, and
. tha curtain descended with B
.eoirgtl.ul they ni''atdedto the
jh. a ,d M.iw ti xt r, who is a
clever and ailra tHvf y Jing hdy, n-
rmvtd an ennrm i h 'liquet ol n S
More ilHticinu and a a uonnt of fun
f lowel too th.jtrna neif rmatic
K tajHe-n ti n H nevi'inir for poou
Inrnonn'r i (Tl . ra to' k p'B' e. Dar
ingfhe attern." n Hti I evening auuut
10 0 p-isniH i i d !! Fa k-
ltOW1i IHO Itjna'R'ti (TBI:))
Memi h s, em .. ..f rlvM-P" ena loth-r
meoieii.es wno twweri.se to relieve 1.. tie
TREATS THECROWliTd ANOTHER
The Fearful Mnyglng Administered
to Reardon, AagiiHta's Pitcher
Other League (iarnes.
All tbe prominent people in Mem
phis and a few private r:t'zns, num
bering a'tigether about 1500, were
out at ths ba 1 park veeterdiy to see
the locals "do up" the Augustas.
They felt cod fiJeLt cf that result be
cause of tbe announcement in tbe
daily papara that U'I.arv would pitch,
and were somewhat die appointed by
inspection of the s ore cards to dis
cover that the gteit lelt handed
twirler would not apnea', but tint
Black had been substituted. The
change does not seem tj have a fleeted
tbe result in any degree, however, for
the Btowns won with apparent ease.
Black got down to his work a'ter the
firht innin?, and the visiters found it
next to imprssible t) send the ball
outside the diamond. Dining the en
tire game only (even hi s were nude
oirhiH do'ivery, ar.d nine men put out
on (t ikes. This is a tirst-clest
achievement, and if O'L'aty dees as
well tc-day we will score one morn
victory oxer the Auirnstae. It is not
-wittiia tli limits cf probability that
O'Leary.who pitches tday,can repest
his performance of Saturday, but if he
d es ba f as well a victory for the
frowns is assured. Tbe game yester
day was never in dctiht alter the first
inning. Rtardon, the Augusta pitcher,
was evidently not himself, and was
hit hard and unmercifully. Tne very
tirst man that went to the bat for
Memphis (SneeJ) hit safely for one
bass; Manse II got to li'st on a liner to
third tco hot to hold ; Sneed wis if
out trying to steal second; Andrews
hit safely to right field for one bur,
Mansell going to third, and scoring on
Itrougb on's sacrifice hit to tint;
Andrews stole second, went to third
on Broughton's hit and scored on
Krehmeyer'e single ; Krehmeyer stole
tecocd and score i nn Black's two
bagger to right ti tld ; Fusseibach ended
the run getting, by an out hit, to third.
For Augusta flogen struck out; Kap
pel went to first oa a fumble!
hit to tbird; llarbridgo hit safe
ft r one la, Kappel going to
third; l'hillipa knocked a fly to
center field for two bags, Kappel
and Harbr dze scoring, and scored
himself on Manning's three-bagger,
but Manning wai tut c fl" at heme
plate by divest f's hit to firaf, and
Toy (truck out, leaving tbe ssore 4 to
3 in favor of Memphis. One more
was added to the local sco.-e in the
second inning, tne in tbirj, fo.ir in
seventh and two in nintb. Every
body on tbe borne nine found ths
ball, Andrews making a home ran in
the seventh inning, and Whitehead
breaking his bai batting streak by a
safe bit to left field lor one bate. An
drew's home run was the event of tbe
day, the audience going wild with in
thusium and cheering themselves
boarae. A puree of $47.60 was made
up for bim on tbe spot, and a bouquet
appeared as if by enchantment and
WAS presented '.o lie moae t u-st osse,
mas. lie to'jk iiia nonors with a dep
recating diffidence that was mors to
bis credit even than bis skill at the
bit Tbe Aoguttus fn'ltd to score
after the n st inning except ore
in tbe sixth, Harbndge making a
run by a base on balls, a bit to third
by Manning, a ild pitch and a lCrl
flce hit by 8ylve:t r. The gabi) was
very enjoyabls to tbe admil era of tbe
home Bine, only a small 'coin tlngent of
the audience seeming distressed by
ths way tt ingS were 'going, snd send
ing up'fc'Jble cheera whenever by a
rare accident an Augus'.a man male a
Lit. These wera adventurous sports
who had staked their shekels on the
wrong nine. ' Tis very sad, Tbe fol
lowing is tbe official score:
R. B H. P.O. A. B.
13 0 10
2 3 2 0 0
4 4 7 1 0
0 0 0 0 0
3 2 10 1 0
14 0 10
0 0 0 3 2
12 18 27 8 4
t. IB, P.O. A. .
0 0 2 0 0
1 0 3 3 1
2 2 0 0 1
12 2 5 1
0 115 0
0 0 2 0 1
0 1 14 1 0
0 0 3 1 0
0 10 11
7 27 18 5
Sneed, r. f
Mansell, r. f
Andrews, 1st b...
Broughton, 1. f...
Fnsjelbacb, e. s..
Phelan, 2d b
Whitehead, 3d b.
AUGUSTA. A B.
Hogau. 1. f 4
Kappel, 3d b 4
Ilarhridge,r. f..... 3
Manning, 2d b.... 4
Pylvester.c. f 4
Toy, 1st b 4
Kuck, c... 4
Reardon, p - 4
fjunnnsry: Runs earned Memphip,
8; Augusta, 2. First bare on errors
Memphis, 2; Augusta, 2. First bane
on bal's Memphis, 1; Augusta, 0.
Struck out By Black,!); bv Reardoo,
2. Two-b'se hi's-Kneed 2. Mansel',
Andrews, Krehmeyer aid Harbridge.
Three-base bit Manning. Home run
Andraws. Left on baees Memphip,
5-Augtis'a, 6. Pasted balls Kreh
meyer, 2. Tims of gam, 2 boprs.
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Memphis 4 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 2-12
Au?usta 3 0000100 0-4
T.e following the battinj Older for
Hogan, ). fi
Kapp: I, Bd. b
Phlillpe, i. f.
M'nning, 2d. AV.
Pylveetsr, c. f.
Based, r. I.
Mansel!, O. f.
Andrews, 1st. b.
Krshmever, I, I
lKAlrt O.I V
b. Toy, let. b.
Pan 'iv . B
a.r ,B. B.
' ;rv. D.
eiry, p. ouicuue, v.
A Lstte, bt rrHIalaif.
laraoiai. to tbb arriaL.I
k Tl 1VT1. Oa.. Mav 17, it waa
beautiful day, wblch brought to be
.-ir a fnl attendance 01 taaiea.
Charleston played ber sirat six tuning
without run. ine ahsohs ueiua
badly rattled in tbe seventh thiee
runs were ror uy "
one in tbe ninth, nut to no pnrpne,
as Atlanta had scrr. d at a total of
eiSht Score by inning:
Atlanta-.l 0 4 0 0 2 0 1 0-
Ou'lVn.O 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1-4
Tbasika Weitrls C Boaa Saraaaah,
larlOUI. TO TR8 XPPIAL.l
Nasuvillk, Tknm.. May 17.-Tbe
lo al t. tt d Mil (.r f the Mac na all
over the ii Id o dy, and won by the
d rihive scored fouriej n to none. Tlc
Vtaons go' only tsvo hits off FaKer.
Tne locale ma la one eno , tio Maco is
,1 ven. SllBasee and Hater cr
v.. fioDF. J.hn Mtybfrry, tn-t
y-rr'a- manager of tin N Khvillea, urn
tirwi the ea ne. Ump w Burns hud
h. c 1 o-deie 1 h r by Pn-aident Proud
tit but did not et here. Ho is ex
ported to-monw. Y mrg was so
inck-d that he r afusd t 1 tfi late to
l,y Nhville is now fourth in the
ra f r the pennant, and congritu
S3 A.IVirI-al3 03B FANCY HUIIITUMO.
With alf-Muln Cards, sent bv mall on irliraUon. Ton ran have a new set oflShlrU
maUebvseadiaiuseQolduneluiBaasureby. WK1TK i'nE UUH PKlCKd.
MEMPHIS STEAM SHIRT FACTORY,
jMtrSSIKi 2H SECOND ST.
Memphis Steam Laundry,
221 SECOND STREET. j
Wa have the Latent Improved Tror Laundry .Companr'a Maohherj.
COLLAR. CUFFS nutl Nil HITS Laundried I'attnl to .evr.
CALLS AND DELIVERIES FREE. WORK CAN BE SKN'T:DV M At J OR EXPRESS.
LICE CURTAINS A N ! J H AT5? Y.
la'c Memphis on the grca. work she
il doing to upho'd Tennessee.
Base Hall Holes.
Chicago, 8; liostor, 7.
PiTreiit'ca, 7; Louisville, 0.
Haiti m 3kk, ti; Athletic, 2.
PuiLAnKLriiu, 4; St. Louis, 3.
MnuoroMTiN, 7; Brooklyn, 3.
iMPRtPH characters wi'l liereif er
be rigidly excluded from ths bawba'l
r.sTTiNO against the Memphis Huet
ba 1 Club isn't such a soft map as it
used to be.
Blai a mnli four e'ean IiIIn yester
day. He vill nat piny to-day. We
may misa him,
Hantby, the new ahorl-atop, mulcss
li s debut to-day. It bu fills tlm bill,
clesr the track for the Browns.
BAtjKrtAi i. clubs r amcd alter tonics,
liitteri or other nosl rutin in tetii'h of
fiee advnrtiiing will not be notitcj in
thetc col u m in.
Tn I' ite day we tackle Sivannnh. We
aro lure to win two gamtt Irom her,
may win three, and have a tli(htiPK
chance for fur, Biar that in ruiud.
Mansell made thros bits yeeterday,
one a two-bagger, put out two men on
d flicult flies, and played without an
error. Who siys he's no'. hall
MANAoan O'Bribn of tbe Augst
Olub says he could win the pennant
without trouble It If he only bad
such pitchers as Knonff, Black and
O'l-oary. Level-headed man thtt
Phii.an did great work at second
yesterday, in spite of two excusable
fumbles charged to him. Six put oute,
one of them a bog fly caught on a
run, and three assists, it something to
be proud of.
8md Is Vae patent slugger of the
Memphis nine. It's a very cold day
in May when he fails to get in hit.
The oaly man that worlel him is
Mikado Baku-. Tbat insinuating
mile oltheJspanete pitcher paralyses
Mimpuib is now tilth in the league
and only four games behind Savan
nah in won gimot and nix in lost
games. Thia gap is easy to fill up,
and we look for tha BrownB do it be
fore they leave home.
Ik Andrews doesn't stop knocking
the ball over tho right Held fence the
price of home tuns will to down in
the market. The price has gone up
5 Frldav to i!0 vcs'.erday. but
these figures will not be sustained if
AugtieU remains with us long.
In our report of Saturday's gme wo
Slid that O'i.'ary gave Kappel a ball
which "though hit at with all the
v'gor In bim, never wont further than
third btss. The intelligent compositor
made It read "though hit well a, the
vigor in him never went further. '
Whitkukad and Phelan are regain
ing their ba'ting fjrm. The former
made a tale hit and the latter hit
three timts, one a long lly to left flo'd,
uhlch would have been good for a
bwe hit but for Hofrm'ssplsndid cateb.
Whitehead and Phelan will make
tome pitcher sick yet.
KmiiMKYiR played in hard luck
yeslotday. llosmta ball to center
field within two feet of the fence and
lacked jutt that much of making a
home run, the bull hitting tho lence
and only netting two bases. When
Krehmeyer crossed the home plate he
laid: ' Just my luck: Inme runs are
woith f47 60 and a liDuquet to-day,
and I only miw d it two feet."
The Wilkerson base ball club
nlaved ball Saturday evening on the
Louisville, New Orleans and r,Texat
Bailrcad grounds with Wood's bae
ball club, which resulted in a com
plete victjry for tho Wilkerson nine
by ate we of 30 to 20. The btttery
for the victors wai Hnarcy and Ooll ns,
for the vanquished, Kiper and VVU'
liama. J. M. Badlnelli, umpire.
Dora A. Clark fo the" elders of the
Oollltrville Presbytoflan church, lot
In ColllBrvlli. ,itw. .
George if.waen nu who u iuu
United Order of Odd Keiiow' ni 1 1
Asrociat on. lot znxi.iu ieet eatt oiuo
of Desnto itreet, 1810.
O W. Wynne ana wne w .
Hatchett,trusUe, 164 01-!tt acres in
KscondDis iirt.to sacitre W. . lay
lor & Co., 1450.
r WLLBOR'S COMPOUND OP
PURE COD LIVER
OIL AND LIME.
..1.1... .11 iliarasas Ol ine int
and Lungs. Mana actured only by A. k
Wri.a a. Chemist, llosloa. BU by s
-wealth WMIJH.-1).. n. :.
a guaranteed speolne for IWstorla. 1.vi.
aess. Convulsioo-r, l?Us, Nrv"iis Neur ...
llaadaohe. Jlervc-s rrueiramiB, -
by the nse of alcoh. I or tobacco; v a.
fuln-s, Mental Ueprn.sinr, Be'touiog ni 1
Bra o. resulting In insanity and le in
Misery, decay and -loath; Vramatore
"ge, Barrenness, Lo.s uf P -rer In
. .' Involuntary Loses nn.l Vroi'
rhea, can- ' by overexertion, i.f the br
.ell-abuse or ov -tlnd-i'getioe. Kach box
tains ono mort trut-niint. CI a b"
,.1 boxes lorl'i.u b. r-iail propaid.
reseirt of price. v" """""C'j0 ...
to euro any ewe. With e-.eh order
by ns for six boxes, aooniop-inied w.i
ve wit! send the rurchiver oui ; wrr
goara'trt refund the money 1 tlrs t
ment doe- ot eaect a cure. uarai
issoed oolyb A KiMSs-FUl . W.. 1
gitis, Mcmyhis, Ison-
Lime. Uxpeneece rn."" - 1
"TV- .'La. tr.m 1 n.. mi. inn. A.'hm.. I sell a 1, rliy .
vaio.o V .VW.ur .... - . . ' .1
BT MAIL FOit
FOlt S t I.E.
VEKTOS 4 OROSUNOR.
Orni't A'o. 'J' 4 Prrond street,
M..iiillnt. 1 enn..
OtTtr fnr snU the lullswina rhoIie propartv,
terms on ahii'o will ba luudakuuwu at their
N... KS Madison Ptrsrt Klei-snt new two
at.iry hrlck reiik n-, Int :i7!,lSS toat. oq
amitheast (.urnori'f Mh.IIsoii stri'rt and fiaH
liny eaat of llil'ii slraat. Kiflit Unre
ro.mis and all mmWa iiuiroveinoula. Hsutal
value, JllsJ per ni" aVli. '
Country Ilnnio-woll iuii-ri.vod. olovon
acros land, house tt si Moms, necessary
outhouses, nri'hitid,;l'lelilid woil, beautiful
lawn and forest arort ia front of house; new
macadam road abouteami.letrd to the cilv;
on north side of llniuUt avenue, l!g miles
east of the city.
No. JT.'i Doiile .sYsol Two-story frame
residence, lot 4oxHsV.il. to" l:ira rooms, in
food repair. Rental . nine, tin (.or month.
No. 2X1 Wellingtoi Street - Two-storf
frame residence, oi'li"t! W. D. lletliell
residence, eialit riioina, hi Arst-rlass condi
tion aud oonvnienily airauired; tot 4rxl7S
A very de.lrnl.le h.iusn, sorner of Alabama
atraet and Thnrnton avilit, tint of and ad
joining; the Wetter plil'e Two-story rruiue
residence, nine rooms, in rood repair, two
larat eiaterna j lot eiuil to about au acre ot
Douli'e-Teneinent Kitiue vne-storv House
Nos. 37H and DMI Vane street ; aeen ro.nus
eaeh, in good repair; Id IXIxHH feat. Rental
value, IV. i.er month, j
1'rice, t'wKHl, nr t aMKt fir either tenement.
The McOmher l'laea North side of Kraiier
between Wellinston anf Lauderdale streets!
house of eight roouisi in goed repair; lot
An Rleiant Adams Srset ReiUenet Near
Manaisas street. J
No. S.12 JerTerson Htrret, between Lauder
dale and Orleans strsU Two-stSry frame
re idenoe, ton rooms, ti rood rei.ait.all mod
ern improvements; to 37 1 US feet. vKental
value, 1-6 ler month, r i .
PrioeVW. " '
Four New CotUaes-N'oa. 172. 174, 17ft and
KH Orleans street, htween Madi4on and
onroa st eets, three coins each i let tOiliO
feet; very desirable ft meohanloi. t Kental
value, 116 each. .
l'rlce. 1100 each.
No, 71 Calhoun Htren, near Main -Frame
sottase, Ave rooms, bidt last year. Kental
yalus, pjsr wuntu.
Lot SR. on west side i( Aactioa Square.
36x75 feet. ,
Lot 1(10, oa south aide if Auction Sauarsr.
37x75 teat. , A
South half of lot if"i, onwt side Heoond
street, between Overton art Conoori street
37xH feet, with small hua.
Lot 7, In block 13, on was side of Shelby
street, between Linden andl'ontotoe streets.
lUtxsr feet. This lot front! en Shelby aad
Clinton streets. t
Nod Howard's row, or Uniin street,
t brick ituralou
repair. Hental value, tun permonth.
lilO Lota, each hav ice a frost of 60 feat by
a depth of 170 feet, fronting nn Calhoun,
Clay, Webster and tleorirla streus.
Price. Il.'r to lUI par fronttont.
50 Lois, niriUiO (net each. Iron Bun on Haf
faram, Looney, Ewing ami Manavas atreots,
In Ninth Ward. M .
I'rice, tn 110 per front fooj,
Lot 111, on wost side of Main street, 74x148
Ieet, between Winchester and .Market
streets. Will be sold at a bargain.
Lot 4.M1, southwest cornsr ot bacotd and
Sycamore streets, HHxMK feel.
Price, II '.
Lot X3, northeast corner ef Overton aad
Third streets, UK, H8 feet.
Storehouse In JetTorson block, No. Z9
Beoond street, one of the tlneat buildings in
the city I futir stories, iron front; AUHH feet,
ltanis lor II.'IO per month.
Btore 1W Ttot lea street, lot 217" feet, two
doors east from southeast earner o Ueale
and llesuto streets, two-story lirirk house
with hall above. Hentnl value !'. per month.
Pwslllng-house No. 4:1 Pontotoc street:
has 8 rooms in good repair. Kental value
Hi pur mouth, l.nt Mta lJl.
Dwelling-house south side Carolina street,
first block east of Minatreot: 4 rooms and i
k itchens ; can be used as a double-tenement.
Kent lie per month.
Dwelling house No. lift Alabama street,
two-story irnme; has V rooms. Lot HtilM)
feet, near corner of Hill street. Kent 1-7
House of 3 rooms, lot (six 90 feet, on north
side llroadway street, east of Mississippi
avenue. Kent S7 per month.
Double-tenement dwelling-house. No. 2:10
and 2.1H Linden street. No. ZH has 9 rooms
and bouse No. 2.KI bar A rooms in good repair.
Lot 3axUi0 feet. Kents 40 per month.
Price. tVMJ. , , ,
Brick store-house, and rooms suitable for
residence on seoond floor No. lril lleale
street, 2fx2t feet. Rsnt SIS per month.
Oood stand for retail grocery store.
Ml Beautiful Dulidtnt Lots, of oae and two.
. t. iH Al.l.....l ..il,.l sinn. ona
aore. wu. i. vi.iw. .7 .
mile east or city, between I trim avenue u
Poplar stroet.Vt from HMO to ear acre.
Lot 32, on Southwest oorner ot Adaui! and
llaaaasai Streets, 60x150 teat.
price. eo per ioov. .
1 .l Ti..i in Uewioa sobdi
Vision, at ai1! pV f-rull and lot on JetTerao.
street, oorher of Manaaa.1, at t- Vl foott
and in various 0 n.r p.rv. v. . .
Call ana examine ui " " 7?
eoial bargains, and will UKS 1 pleasure i
min. iilniierty to parties wanting to buy,
owing ptiperly to parties wanting 10 our,
either loruildlng purpose- or as iae
ments. Tie j.erleot. Abstrao-.s furnished
when requescd. ,.u
,-13 rV. so4 eyrrxwlieic for M,
;: lrh tok Wf eo.
A Si tifi l rl-Jf f.-r-ji-io.
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