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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, MAY 20. 1880. '
FOB BEST OW HALE.
JIT AO B-With six rooms. Prioe. I180C:
rs rani, aa) per Bioom. .inquire on press
i, Kvl Missi.sippi eve nn.
TU 1.0 k X.
vULVy aaft Dirties 'havine notes wall
indorsed, rant note, chattel morgrai-es
other reliable neurit. Isuuireat
2-w sKooyn st.
TR. 8. r.
GRBtN bu removed his ml-
U dene to fro Jones avenue
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the benitary Port
land Cement Potrp. Contractor and brics
layer. Telephone fog. TH06. Cti BBINH.
MB. TRKZBVANT, ATTORN KY AT
. LAW, Maria and Commercial Notary
Public, Commissioner of Deeds and U. 8.
Oommissioasr, at the old ofiee. No. S Madi
son street. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY".
ROOMS AND BOARD.
I "vE.-sIRABLR ROOMS AND BOARD
XJ Newly furnished, at 49 Market street.
T300MS AND BOARD Desirable roomi
1 and board at 72 Madison it.
ST. JAMES HOUBB-Cor. Second and Ad
ami it. Room and board 15 par week.
Pit board U per week.
COM Furnished room, with or without
board, at lis Court street.
BOARD With excellent room,
1:4 ADAMri 8TRFKT.
5 NICK Rooms, furnUhed or unfurnlthed,
with or wlthont board, at 117 Madison at.
rpwo large unfurnished roomi, with or
-a. without board, at W Madison street, eor
TJ OUSB No. 286 Union atreet. Apply at
"DOOMS Two roomi at corner Be ale and
XV bhelby. Apply at Uabay i itore.
WASHIVOTON; roomi. OVER
TON A OROSVBNOR. 261 Second at,
VTICE COTTAQK Three roomi on College
JSS rtreet, near fouth sate of Elmwood.
Apply at 36 Union atreet.
ROOMS Several very choice furnished
reoms lor gentlemen in a private lam-
iiy Locality unsurpassed. Beit reierenoet
required. Addreti A. B. C, thu omce.
HOUSE No. 110 Jonei avenue. Apply to
Mn. L.Tonnmann.91 Third it., Chelsea
to Filth street, Cheliea.
J. C. WILLI AMbON.
At Wn. H. Moore'.
ONE FURNISHED ROOM At
luti Monroe itreet.
TTOUSE :V4 Linden itreet
; nine roomi,
XX good yard, large stable
W. A. WI1EATLEY.
HOUSE-No. 180 Third itreet, from June
lit to September lit. Four roomi lur-
nunea. Apply on promises.
HOTEL Fifty-four sleep-
V ing-roomi. furniihed: kite
men ana am-
toe-room fully equipped
am fully eouioped.
B. McBENRY, Receiver, 292 Seeond it.
XJ ing-houie, 6 roomi, with kitchen and
servant Dome, ooraerbeventa and Unen
law. Chelsea. Good water. All In Jrit-clail
condition. Rent 3b per month
A. D. eWiKNBp 356 Front it
HOUSE A new double-tenement house. i
roomi on each tide; nicely finished;
large yard; in fet, all convenience!, on
Hon avenue, flood oiitern. Apply to Mn,
A. -Quinlan. 1.T0 Manassas it.
H0U8E No. 75 Adami itreet, on eorner
Third three atorlsis! mnnri v.n.lri frnm
July 1, 1886. JOHN W. OURRIN,
808 Seoond itreet
FURNISHED ROOMS-ForgenU and tor
houaekeeping, at 118 Court itreet.
murt r .
X unfurnished. Apply at 89 Adami it
TO0Mt Furnished or anfernishsd. at 118
j-11 eecona itreet. Keferencss required
O0K flood girl at
20S UNION ST.
P08ITION-Two sneretlo young men
want a position in lome good grocery or
dry goodi home, tiilt edge reference!. Ad
dress M. R. K., Appeal.
EATHER8 Old and new leather!.
Highest cab nrice paid at
flAB AY'S. 409 Shelby itreet.
MAN With a few hundred dollar! to
take half Intereit and aiiiit in an es
tablished enterprise. Big money for capital
invested, and lucres! assured. One willing
to travel preferred. Rare opportunity tor
Tight party. K. C, this office.
C100K, Chamber-maid and Dining-room
y Servant, at 3Uti Second street.
BAR-TENDER (married) want! a
place. Address C. M. K., Appeel.
LADIES and young men to decorate Birth
day and raster Noveltiei. Emily
learned: good proepeoti for ateady employ
ment and fair wages. Material furnished,
and all work mailed poatpaid. For full In
formation address Dsgouativi 'it Wi,7
Exchange Place, Bo-ton, Mass. P.O.boi fU8.
MIN and women to start a new business
at their homes, easily learned in an
hour; ICo to COo an hour made daytime or
vening. Send lOo lor a package of sample!
and 24 working samp'as to ?oinmenee on.
Addrei ALBANY SUPPLY CO., Albany N.Y
MAN to take an office and represent a
manufacturer! 'Ml per week; if all
rap Ul required. AdJren, willi stamp. Box
70 eit Acton. Ma a.
BOARDERS A few hoarder! at 98 Court
"LTU'ERYBODY-To call and lee the cele-
JJJ orated Uypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
atreet, near ropier.
0 BORROW-82000lor two year.; security
onerea, tiu.uw. Aaareee mw. Appeal.
TEN. ETC.-200 station men.
-i-'-L 00 ti maters,
. 25 teamstara,
on Bold Knob extension. 2i miles from Mam
phis. Annly en work at Tyronra river, or
vt xuui, jsicvowan ol tn,
I ADY AGENTS For Mn. Campbell'.
J-i New " Tilter " a lllUr, Bustle, Hoop
kirt and Underskirt combined. Hoops can
be removed and skirt laundried. Adjusta
ble to any site. Ve y faahioaaolo, and sell!
lor 82 to every well-dressed ladyai soon as
shown. Agent! double Iheir money. Al-o,
a lull line of new furnishing goods for ladies
uu giiiiuiqi. nutirsH, .no eiauip, A. 11.
CAMPBELL k CO.. No. 484 West Randolph
street, Chicago, III.
EXPERIENCED A9ENT8 And corre
spondents for new business. Positions
permanent. Salary or eommisiien. Writs
NATIONAL ECONOMIST. Chicago, Til
"ITTILL FILL ORDERS FOR PILIN9-
v T Any length and sue. Apply to
CAPf. FOOLKMaN. Str. Overton.
MEN To ds station work on Bald Knob
railroad ; station work at 11 to 13 cents.
Also, tia-m"kers at 12oents. Apply to
HARVaY a SCOTT, Tyrontie.
"4AN To take an office and represent a
xvj. manutiieturer ; vs per week ; small cap
ital required. Address, with stamp, Box 70,
West Acton. Mass.
TH) RENT Honrs with 6 to 8 rooma.
X itreet car line, from 15th of June or lit
ot July. Addreai U. K., thla uSace,
VLD GOLD k SILVgR-Foreasu orx
KJ change. MULFORP. Jeweler. 294 Ma n
IGHE--T cash prices paid for old and new
I J.Aimtria at 448 Main street.
LADIES and Gentlemen, In oity or sonn
try, to lake light work at t-.eir homea ;
fl to 83 a Say easily made; work sent by
snail; no canvassing. We have a good do
4nand for our work, and furnish steady to
l'J?J!!n.,ljA Addreas. with stamp. CROWN
M'F'G OQ.,,1194 V no tt., Cincinnati, Ohio.
AflENTS-With small etpital. We have)
, f'n'oiinsw, no ciak, largo protts,
special 30-day ofier, writs at 01 cs.
EMPIKB CO.. 381 Canal street. W. Y.
iil rVTif 1 SALARY TO AGENTS Ad
plJjyj dress at ones. DR. SCOTT'S
fiUciRia flOODS. 842 twidway. New
l ork. Tee only gen nine.
AGKNTS-4n every ssctioa of the country
for two New bosks, just ready. Srscui,
Titus to men of experience capable of til
sua a large territory. State exiwrience, age
nd territory wanted. CAS&&LL A Co.
limited), 822 Broadway, N. Y., an4 40Dear
fcorn s'rect, Chicago
OAi.rJS.UKM Iu every biato in the " ion
O torenrosent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
KraouLTiss thatars popuUr and ea.y fell
ing. Can be handled alone or in oonjieetit n
with other goods. Address TUB WM. B.
PRICK M ANIIKtl. CO.. BALTIMORE. MD.
InTELLIGEM. Karaest CaihsHo
man to represent a larae. resnousible
Sarelay street bouts in his own locality and
outside tame oitiee. A remunerative salary
o right patty. References exchanged. Ad
dreai BAKCLAX, Box li5, S. Y.
ERT0H k GROSVINOB.
Orftct-No. y-4 Second itreet,
Memiihi 1 mn .
OnWfer aale the tulloaing choice property,
terme on which will be made known at their
No. S3 Midiann Street Ele-ant new two
tory brick re -idenc, lot XlStHS feet. 00
southeast corner of Madison itreet and C art
alley east of Thi d street. Eight large
rooms and all modern improvement!. Rental
value, tltW per month.
Country Home Well imnroTed. alavaa
acres land, bouse of six rooms, necessary
outhouses, orchard, splendid well, beautiful
lawn and forest grove in Iron t of house; new
naeadsm road about completed to the city 1
on north aide of Union avenue, li mile!
van vi inv civ.
No. 375 Beale Street Two-story frame
reeiaenoa, 101 kixmb teei. tea largv rooms, In
good repair, itentaj value, ato per month,
No. 230 Wellington Street Two-story
frame residence, opposite W. D. Bethell
residence, eieht rooms, in flrst-rlua condi
tion and eonvanienily arranged; lot 40x175
A very desirable house, corner of Alaham
joioing the Wetter place Two-etory Irame
residence, nine rooms, in good repair, two
larite eisterm; lot equal to aoout an acre 01
Doub!e-Tenement Frame one-story Bonis
N01. 378 and X) Vance street; seven rooms
each, in good repai ; lot 60x148 feet. Rental
value, v per month.
Price. I.VHSi. orlJUOO tor either tenement.
The McOmber Place North aide of Fraaier
between Wellington and Lauderdale itreeu;
house of eight rooms, iu good repair; lot
An Eleeant Adams Strtet Residence Near
No. 332 Je(Trson bireet. between Lauder.
dale and Orleans streets Two-etory frame
re laence, ten roomi, in rood repair, all mod
ern improvement!: lot 37x148 feet. Rental
value, xjo per mootn.
Four New Cottages Nos. 172, 174, 178 and
178 Orleans itreet between Madison and
Monroe it eets, three roomi each t lot 40x1(0
leet; very desirable lor mechanic!. Rental
value, 110 eacD.
Price. 11000 each.
No, 71 Calhoun (street, near Main Frame
eottage, five riomi, built laat year. Rental
value, faiper month.
Lot 35, on weit liue of Auction Square),
Lot 160, on south ude of Auction Square,
South half of lot 292, on west aide Second
itreet, between Overton and Conoord Itreet!
07x148 leet, with small noose.
Lot 7, In block 13, on west tide of Shelby
treet, between Linden and Pontn'oc streets,
60x200 feet. Thil lot fronts on Shelby and
No 9 Howard's row, or Union itreet, 25x100
feet, thref -story brick storehouse, in good
repair, xuntai vaiue, vsj per montn.
100 Loti, each having a front of AO foet by
a ueptn 01 itu ieei. fronting on valhoun
tiay, neosterand ueorgie streets.
Price 115 to tM per front foot.
50 Lots, 60x150 feet each, fronting on Saf-
farans, boonoy, it wing and Manaiiaa itreeti,
Price. 15 to 110 per front foot.
Lot 144, on west si te of Main itreet, 74x148
feet, between Winchester and Market
street!. Will be sold ata bargain.
Lot 456,, southwest eorner of Second and
eyoamore itreeu, itHxlte leet.
lot 395, northeast eorner of Overton and
intra itreeu, i4ii reet.
Storehouse In Jefferson block, No. 229
Moon a itreet, ooe of the Driest buildings in
the city 1 four stories, iron front; 24x148 feet.
noma lor iao per monin.
Store) 155 Beale itreet, lot 21x79 feet, two
doon east from loutheast eerner of Beale
and Desoto streets, two-story brick house
with hall above. Mental value 135 per month.
Dwelllni-hous No. 451 Pontotoc itreet 1
baa 8 roomi in good repair. Rental value
ejo per montn. i,ot34xizi.
Tt-in- 1. ... i. .i j. n .,, .
flrit block east of Main street! 4 roomi and 2
kitchens ; can be used as a double-tenement.
nent lis per mon n .
Price, n 100
Tt III I. - X1M 1 in 11.1 .1 .
two-story frame; bai 9 rooms. Lot 38x150
feet, near eorner of Mill itreet. Rent CZ7
House of S rooms, lot 50x90 feet, on north
side Broadway street, east of Miliiiiippi
avenue, neni ( per monin.
Double-tenement dwellina-house. No. 236
tnd i Linden street. No. 238 has 9 rooms
and bouse No. 236 hac 6 rooms in good repair,
I . 1 T ...in . I
liufc ooaiuu leek, nsnu iior niumai
BHck itore-house. and rooma auitable for
residence on second floor, No. 161 Beale
treet, ioxa feet. Bent io per month,
flood itand for ieta'1 grocery store.
50 Beautiful Building Lots, of on and two
frine. av si.
acres each, in Clay brook subdivision, one
mile east ot city, between Union avenue and
Poplar street, at from 8300 to tlo'O per acre.
Lot 32, on southwest corner of Adami and
Manassai itreeti, eoxiso leet.
Price, foO per toot.
Lot! on Bail avenue, in Dawson subdl
vision, at 125 per foot; and lot on Jeffersoi
treet, corner of Manassai, at 25 per foot
and in various other parts of the oity.
Call and examine our Hsu. wo oner iom
special bariains, and will take pleasure ii
ahowina nronertv to oartiea wanting to bm
either for building purpose' or aa Invest
ment!. Title perteot. Abstraoti furniihed
264 Second atreet
XTOUSES AND lr0TS-I am authoriied
XX and reuueated to sell valuable three
story brick bouses, or unimproved building
lota, eligibly located, in city and lul.urbi, at
JAMES L GOODLOE,
Erecntor Est, of R. 0. Brlnkley,
T" OTS Five choice lots, corner Sixth and
J-J Walker street., Kort Pickering.
FRED ORGILL, 310 Front at
C10UNTRY NEWSPAPER Address
J 8 W. BARBKB. Aihland City.Tenn
R E8IDENCE No 75 Linden st. 1 lot 60
l leet tri't AiKUvfuw. to wonroest.
CEDAR FENCING POSTS-For sale by
J W. R. LARKIN, Larkinsvllle, Ala.
C1UOICE RESIDENCE LOT-Oeorgla St.,
J west of Main, 50x170, on monthly pay
ments or very cheap for cash Address
T. A. LAMB. 10 Madison it.
DKANUT8- CHEAP -100 sacks fanoy
Am nana piotsa virainia peanut
H. B. SHANKS A CO.
WOOD 500 cords of wood in amounts to
E TOPP PLACE.
Corner of Beale and Lauderdale streets, will
be ofl'ered to the public tor sale, 00 WtDNts
u, May 26th, ar 12 o'clock, on the prem
ises, at ACOiioK. For information, with re
gard to the site of ihe lots and plat, inquire
of w, A. Wheatloy, 281 Main atreet, or to
Win. M. Farrington. loMmlison itreet.
W. A. WUKA'ILY,
281 Main itreet.
(ROOfs tVItL BUY a new business for
WtUK'Kj ths ettils of Teonessee, Ala
bama, Missouri or Louisiana, to inaae largo
eaah profits atones; a monopoly fully pro
tected. Parlies wiehin a good busineai ad
dreaa MAM'FACTUhKK, this ofice.
CHEAP FOR CASH The two-story Brick
Storehouse, No. 161 Bsals street, just
east o' Desoto; lot 21x75; will Uks ftx.
GEO. T. VANCE. Citisens' St. R.R. office.
DRY BARREL STAVES, i.'HEAP In
ea-lota. eRINKLEY LUMBtH CO.,
124 Jefferson street.
AT NEWPORT NEWS, VA. 1000 lots, 500
fsst water fro t, M feet deep. For full
tntormation address WM. A. DEAN,
47 Lexington street. Baltimore, Kid.
"TBWHUwiww STAT CERTIFICATES
Re sslvak "v and all dnei to ths
,iVWRivig . aaiwvrMiii
PAPER BOX-On 15th iB'tsat a paper box
for J. M. Pochary, Hernando, Mis..,
weighing shout four poinds from sxprsss
car, near Kerr's svenue. Finder will be
liberal lyre warded by leaving same ttSouth
ern Express office.
PIN A gold bar pin, pointed on the ends.
F nder w ll bo rewarded by leaving at
4i Madison street.
"OW-O-s May 6th
one small red cow:
- mall horns
Liberal reward for ber re-
tn M Alts T.
TtlLB From Mrs. P. P. Ward'! rdcc,
i'i sear Lucy Station, oaa bay mare tau'e,
15S or lc' hands huh, deenscar on riirht hind
hip v ith w.rt in eunter of sear, flu rewird
will bo paid for return of isu.e to
W, J. CHASE A CO.
2 WHITE COWS One with rope around
head. 16 reward for ths ir return to R.
B. BARTON, near Curve, Hernando roal.
jyiilmcf-tbe for tbe AppLn
THE DIAMOND FIELD.
FROBtBILlTIFS OF THE XEX-
rUISSAYANSAH 0AM EH.
The Chaiice of the Borne Club
Frcsldeat Frondflt and the
II Savannah beat Memphis three
oat ol four, wmcb ia not at all un
likely, the crawksra will comtnercs
to croak again. EtUi'm:d Morning Cu
And taey be psrfect'y justifiej
in to doing. 8a far from tbe result
above biinn not unlikely, it ii exceed
ingle-improbable and could enly be
Drouft-nt about by rank ana inncust
Diy Dia playing. mitmpbiB only
won one game out- cf lour w:tu
Savannah when abe was badly crip
pled, with an uapractictd catcher, an
incompttsnt Bhortetcp and the club
lorn by internal dugiugionp, anl even
with ail tbeea deteriorating influerjcs"
abe waa not beaten badly. Tbe scores
of the tbree lost jr tries were 7 to 3, 5
to 3 atd 6 to 5, respectively. Tbe
first same Black pitched for Memphis.
U'Day for Savannah, and only five hits
wer mde by either club. Black
struck out six men, O'Day eight. The
gime waa lost by costly errors. The
next gime O'Leary and Keal were the
pitchers, and Memphia won by a score
of 2 to 1. Base bi s. Sav.nrab, 3;
Memphis, 0. Struck out, by U'Learr,
8; by Keal, 8. Tbe next pame Nolan
and Kninff were the pitchers. Bave
hit i, Savannah, 9; Memphis, 9. Struck
out, by Krjouff, 10; by No!an, 3,
Score, 6 t) 6 in favor of Savgnonh.
Tbe latt game O'Div and O'Lwry held
the point'. Bate hite, Mmpb!s, 7;
Savannah. 3. Score, o t3 3 in fvor of
Savannah. Game loit by cottly errors.
From ths above it ia patent that the
Savannah club is In no tespect supe
rior to the Memphia club, and thsra is
no leasonable excuse for a iailure cn
tbe pait of the koala to win a majori
ty of tbe four games to be p'ayed bare.
Savaonah is probably the rn"8'. orer
rattd c ub in the letgue. She owes
ber lead to lha fact that she had tbe
Btait of the other dubs in practice
and orgsn'iitkn, and played with a'l
ths weak clubs whsn lhy were weak
est. She hu jnst won three games
from poor Chattanooga, who, in her
piewut crippled cocdition, will be an
eat y victim to any club that comes
alone. Whsnever Sivaonah hai hid
to tackle an evtnly matched club site
has shown the white fea'hfr. Ths
first game pliyed with At'auta she
lost with U'Day, her best pitcher, in
tbe box, by a score of 8 to 10. Six
errors were charged lo her. Tbe
next day Moriarity ws put in
the box and wai hammered in
eleven hit, bnt Savannah won ha
cause of Atlanta's ctippled condition,
Strieker, the regular second baseman
being sick, and L,yone, bis substitute,
making eiroreat critical points.
The third game O'Cay pitched, and
Atlanta won by a score of 16 to 6,
nine of them earned. Tbe lat gme
was also won by Savannah, aeainst an
untried pitcher, Kimber. The first
game bitween Savannah and Naab
villa waa a tie, 7 to 7, although Nash
ville had earned three runs to Savan
nah's one. The second gtme, with
Morarity in tbe box -for Savannah,
NiHhvilie won by a score of 12tiG.
Atlanta followed Naabville and beat
Savannah three ont of four games on
her own grounds. Now. let us exam
ine tbe batting and fielding of her
nine. Tbe following table is compiled
from ten games selected at random.
It must be noted tbat the batteries
did not play in alt tbe games.
BATTING AVirAOC 10 GAMES.
Collins, r. f
Moriarity, 1. 1
Hotalmir, c. f
Stref, 2d b
Miller, s e...
Stock well, 0
Murray. 3d b......,
Fields, lit b
Nf al, p
Tbe above recsrd shows Collins.
Moriaity. 8trit. Stockweil. Nolan.
Gillen, Field", Miller and Hotaling
to be respectable luggers against pud
ding pitchers. They didn't do much
with Knouff, O'Leary and Black the
last wback they had at them. Now as
to their fielding terord. The follow
ing table ia not a very good showing,
although tbe percentages seam high.
It mutt be temembered that in leu
tames the below-mentioned faelde a
committed twenty-rwht errors. Com
pare- Ibis wltb Auguta'a re con I, whom
we beat three out of four, and tbe su
periority of the latter cluo in fielding
savannah's fielding averages.
Planm. Plavrd. P. O. A.. . I J.
Collins, r. f. and
ad b .. 10
Moriarity, 1..... 9
14 7 0 21 1,000
14 4 i VI ,!IH
22 8 2 27 .Wi
IV! 24 3 fi4 .m
10 SS S W .M9
lrt 2-J 9 47 .
S 2 2 7 .tf"8
... 28 ...
, 0. 1 1U
btrief, 2d b,
Murray, 3d b 10
Field!, lit b 9
Hogen. 1. f ,
Harbiidjie, r. f...
Kappel, 3d b
Manning. Id a...
Toy, 1st b
It will be noticed that in a'moet a
airnilar cumber of games Savannah
doubled Aoautta in error. It is tbe
deliberate cinviction of the writer
that our prfsent team outclasees tbe
Savannah Club, and that the farmer
may reasonably expect to win a na-
nty of toe lour games to be plsved
PrcalcteMf Prsswdnt suiel lb Hstsav
The following letter eppearwil in the
Spotting Life yestirday:
Mico.v, G ., Mar 12, teVtl.
To the Sditor of Sportinir Lile :
Although our club is abroad, inter
est in busehall is at fever beat in this
city, the gcod ball bur boys are play-
i... ik. .1 : -J il.
suK wvyium lue BumurisBui uil tllfj
bo toi' ibe games sre reputed in de
tail by telegraph to large c owds. who
ebeer th movements of our boys as
neartuy, aa 11 mey were in eiirnt Tbe
game yesteidy was especiallv ioter
etting, the "Macorizirg" of Memphis
being h'ghly gratiiying, and Cham
berlain and Daniels were txtarslvelv
ccmplimtnted for tbe extra good part
they took ia tfco game, ai were lo
tbe Gthrr boja Taking the Memphis
team aid C3niit,ct tf la t ytar ea a c-i-terion,
the preeent Mtmphls c'ab
prmiaes mcll 10 o'.low in thtir foot
ings, as they are ciCB'antly
a'er: to deride the Macona, tape
cia ly. and have been ca-tiDgstveral nn-
Jat jrjsinuMtioni at I'.eridtnt i'soudtit,
which are as untrue aa they ate urean
tie manly. They circulated the reprt
that he "would not allow Memphis
and Augusta to pl.v tbe last grns of
tbe first leriea on Wednesday intt ai
of Thursday, in order tbat Memphia
riuld act boo e in time to dim Mac n
Saturday, bu: fce very willingly al
lowed Macon and Cbattaneojs to do
ao, in order to give Macon the oppo-
tanitv." 1 longbt rreeiaent fro ad lit
and he gave me an emphatic txpree
eion of hia opinion of mch vile reports
and states tbat Menial's sever n-
ques'ed such a privilege of him, which
if abe hid he would have readily
grant id. "Tbe facts ol tbe c ise." aairt
he, "are that Managera Brown and
Levis came to me and asked nerniii
(ion to play tbe game BSbedultd fcr
the 6:h .instant on the 6th itg'ead, in
order that Macon should have ample
time to get to Meophia to play on tbe
8th. This I agreed to, with tbe under
standing that they were to give writ
tea noiiceto the managers o( the ether
clubs of the change, whicb was done.
Later I received a telegram from An
giuta, Ga., aaying: 'Have Secretary
Biown'a permission ti play Thursday's
game Widnssdav. Sigued O'Brien and
Seed.' As this telegram made no
requett cf me for a change of date. I
of course had no reply to make, and
a Memphis has ask-d no hiog nf rre,
1 nave leiused ttem notbing." Thai
aeneral feeling for the Memphis club
and press- in this c'ty is one o( diemist,
and e all legret tbat they ever suc
ceed ad in getting back into the leigue.
It ia to be hoped that the gumes will
now progress more amoMhly, an I 1
lifer from Mr. ProudnVs ronvereatioa
that there will be tome wholtsale sus
pending if tbey A not.
iwituout t-Jbhrmalory evidence cf
a positive character tbe Appeal will
reiuee to believe tbe statement in tbe
foregoing leltr, tbat "the general feel
ing for tbe Memphia club and nrees in
tbi city is one of disgust, and we all
regret tbat it ever succeeded in get
tiog back into the league." There has
been notbing in tbe conduct of either
the Memphis club or the Memphis
press to inspire s:ch an absurd senti
ment. Oar morning conteamrirr.
we believe, made tome insinuatlou
impugning Pieaident ProuduYa imptr
ti.'lity, but the Appeal was s'.udiooslv
careful to avoid any reference to
Preaidoat Pre u 3 lit of an nncompli
mentny charact9r. Aa for the Macon
club, its members wi 1 turcly not com
plain 01 any but tbe mo t courteous
treatment at tbe hands cf both the
p iblic and press. The relations of
the two clubs while the Macons were
here we ra more than friendly, and in
only one caie was there the slightest
fricthn bet ireen them, tnd 1 hat waa
the day Mansell was declared safe by
Umpire Brennan when he had
been clearly put out. Tbe Macons
proleited, tbe public ans'ained
tbem in their protect, and the
A i'peal Indorte J tbeir action. After
that everything went along smoothly,
and the club left here simewhat aore
at defeat, but otherwise without ciuse
for ill humor. It would be a pretty
stats of things, surely, if anything
that might happen to either the Mem
phis or Macon clubs coulel, by any
possibility, causa a strain upon the
pleasant relations ex'stlng between
two such cities aa Macon and Mem
phia. If auch contingency were
even remotely poeeible.it would be
better to drop the sport altogether.
as pastime to beguile away a sum
mer afternoon the game deasrves en
couragement, but no respectable c ity
can afford to be involved in an un
seemly broil about tbe relative merits
of two clubs. Such a erudition of
things would not be pouib'e in Mem
phis, and we refuse to believe it true
of Macon until we sae it cod tinned by
some more reputable authority than
the hair-brained corrrsp indent ot tbe
sporting l.ifr t,DB. APPEAL. J
We Mlve It Cp Aak tJa Sosnetlilnar
Ba'eball Editor Appeal:
Wbydou't the management of the
Mempble Club make arraagementa to
r.ceive reports of otber league games
by inninga? Of tbe 1000 men who
attend duly at leait half are interested
in tbe result of otber fames. We bid
tbe repoita last venr why not now?
That l.narraaso (Jams Again.
Lagraxoe, Tenn., May 18. Tbe cor
respondent of tbe appeal wishes to
say tbat in regard to tiie gams of base
ball between Ligrooga and Soraerville
tbat tnera were no misstatements
made. Ibere was simply a mistake in
the scores, which we af sure was unin
tentional. Tbe writer stated in tbe
beginning tbat it was a closely-played
game, wbich abowed there was a mis
take in tbe figures.
St. Lot i, 7; Urooklyn, 4.
Athi.itkk, 6; Louisville, 3.
Detroit, 7 J Philadelphia, 2.
New Yost, 7; Kanaaa City, 2.
I'i rrsiii Rr., fi; Metropolitans, 4.
Thebe ia no tilling what a home
run will be worth to-day. It may
oring tiuu ana a large "bewkay."
8nbsD knocked O'Day fir a two-bag
ger tbe firtt time he faced him. Pbe
'a a g)t in a safe hit and O'Leary got
in two. Tbe next time tbey faced
O'Day, Sneed, Fusselbach, Andrews,
B'acK and L.vln eacb got In a bit,
tan ibscb s being good for two basts
Enugbton got two bits, including a
two-bagger, and O Leary pounded out
1 wo nits, ii tbe locaia do aa well to
day, and tbey are in 500 per cent, bet
ter condition now tban tbey were
then, they will have Savannah dowa,
and it will be no trouble to nend her
away from here third in the race, ill
s' e-ad of first, aa now.
To Ho tJUcai by ls Salld f Calvary
A May featival will be given by tbe
Calvary Church Guild on tbe spacious
lawn of Mrs. E. Hunt, No. 287 Beale
st net, on Wednesday, May 2iib, from
5 to 12 o'clock p m. The Guild, wbich
nombers among its msmbers some of
tbe most artistic and beauty-loving
young ladies in the city, haa spared
neither pains nor expense in the ar
raogiaaeat, Tbe funds derived from tbe. enter
tainment go to tbe relief of tbe poor
of tbe city. The exercises of tbe day
will be commenced with the "Grand
March," in wbich all the children
take part, ar d wbich is composed of
number ot fanciful movements and
figures, in whicb the midgets hsve
been carefully drilled. Following
this will be the procession lo tb
threno by the ' Ha-ea of the May,"
who, attended by knights, s avaliore,
daioty fiiwer girls and b-aoteous
maids of honor, will assume her poei
tloi tf eminence a id ao'hcrtv.
The cororation aJid tbe "Festival
Chores" wi 1 next dnw how careful
has ben tbe mupica' tiaining of the
yc urgst rf , the whoiet c. include with
at intricate and grace-fal Maypo'e
dance. A dance for tbe older gut
in the parbrsof the grec.iou bostees
will be one of the attractions', while
refreshments will be served by the
ladies In another part of the house.
TflE COS! TO BUILD
THE KANSAS CITY, SEV PHIS ASD
IIow Stock Is to BeTsken-Introduo
tloa of Monarch Sleepera Kuox
Title's New Scheme.
Tbe new Manarch sleeping-car will
be used hereafter by the Cneeaprake,
Ohio and Southwestern Rsilrjsd Com
pany on one of its two daily traina.
The firat one will s'art from Louis
ville Sanday next and arrive here
Monday, and leave tfca'. night and
every n ght regularly the Matter. The
cars will be ol tbe asme general de
sign aa tbat wnlcn attracted S3 much
attention when on exhibition here
not lorg since. The Monarch patent
combines in one car elegent parlor
cnaiisior day use mi comiortib e
spring leds fir sleeping at night They
are being extensively introduced in
tbe Soutb and West, being eqvullv is
omioriaoia as inn rulimac. and
cheaper for tbe railroads
Ibe Pullman Company charge the
railroads 3 to 5 cents a mile lor ths
privilege of hauling its ea a. demand
tbat they aball all be kept in repiir
and reiuees to pay tuket agents any
thing extra for ee'liog berth". It ia
the most gorgeous monopoly on the
American continent, and tbe oublic
and tbe railway world will rally to the
anppott of any competitor worthy of
ice name, aa me Monarch uompeny
eeems to be.
An Immense Fare mt Work.
There is not a doubt but tbat North
Mississippi is enjoying a railroid tosm
of considerable dimensions. On the
Memphis. Birmingham and Atlantic
road about 2500 handa are now at
work between Holly Springs and Tu
telo, and it ia confidently einected
that the extension to the latter place,
a distance of aixtv miles, will be com
pleted by Sjptembrr 1st.
Kansas City, Memphis aal Blr-
Charles Mm tarn, tr asurer. bv c rder
of the Board of Directors, iesurs to tbe
t ockholders of tbe K ansae City,Sprirjg-
neia ana merapnie ruiuo.d Ucmmnv
circular wbich Bay it is prop wed to
comtruct ra'lrta i of about 201) mil-a
in ,engih fiom tbe terminus of tie
Kanras City, 8p ingfleld and Memphia
railroad, in the city of Memphis, in a
Boutbt'itterly dinctlcn thrcttih Ten
nessee acd MUsistippi te the city cf
Birmingham, Ala., connect n? there
wi .h ths Central tailrotd of (ieorgis,
the Gerrgia Pacific, tre L-.u'aville anl
Nashville, and lha Alabama and Chat
tanooga railroads. The new company
will be called the Kaneai City, Mom
ph'fe and Birmingham Railroad Com-pht-
Separate organizstirnB will
bave to be made in each cf the tbraa
State's of Tennessee, Mississippi and
Alabama; but the Msiissippi and
Tennessee corporations will be imme
diately coneolida'ed. Toe consolidat
ed enrporattens wi i provide tbe means
for building ths entire line, and the
securities herein offered are those ol
that corporation. Those of the Ala 1
bama corporation will be taken by i he
consolidated cimptny and will be
pledged with ita railroad and otber
property to secure ita firat mortgage
bonds. Tbe whele line wi'l
be managed as a sicgle toid,
and if legislative authority
can be obtained, the Alabama corpo
ration will be merged in the consolida
tion before tbe issue of the srcurities
hereby olTdred. The estimated cost of
the new rosd, thorougblr buiit and
fully equipped, with ample terminal
faculties and including interest during
cinstruct-on, Is $6,400,760, or a tiitle
under $22 000 per mile. The it-sue of
fi'Rt mortgage bonds is lo lis limited
1 5 $25,000 per mile of tbe entire litis o (
250 miles. The bonds are to run forty
years irora tneir dare, and to bear in
terrst at the rate of 6 per cent, per an
num. In consideration of tbe addi
tional busine:8 to accrue to the Kan
tai City, Sprint field and Memphia
read from business going to
and coming from the new road,
and cf the stock of the new com
pany to De lwued as hereinafter nro
vided, the Kansta City, Springfield
and Memphia Railroad Company is lo
execute a traffic contract wltu the
Kinsa. fjity, Memphis and Birming
ham Ra'lroad Company, agreeing lo
let aide 10 per cent, of ita gross earn
ings derived from business going to
and coming frorn the latter road, for
tbe term of forty yeare. The amount
set aside under aaid contract to be ap
1. To pv, if needed be, any inter
est on the Kama City, Memphis and
Birmingham Railroad Company's first
mortgage 5 per cent, bonds not pro
vided for by net earnings.
2. To the purchase by advertisement
of the first mortgage, bonds of the
Kauias C.ty, Memphia and Birming
ham Railroad Company at a price not
exceeding $1 10 and interest.
The stockholders nf the Kansas
Cily, Springfield and Memphis Rail
iol Company of record Msy 24, 18SU,
at 3 o'clock p.m., are hereby offo ed
tbe securities of the new company
upon the following terms: Fcr each
ten shares so held, or runts thereon,
the bolder may snhcribe for ens
blo;k, consisting of five abates, f
capital stick at ia-, $500; $ 1C00 ft rer
cunt forty-year binds at 4" par tent.,
$450; a total o! !)50. A like a-nount
of etick is lo be lsiud to tli Kaisus
Ci'y, Sprirglitld and llemi hit IU 1
road Company for its traffic giiMaaiee
and other confederal ione. Sah crip
tions will be received for entire blocke,
and tbe eubecription list end tbe as
aignment of rights will close at 3
o'clock p m , June 14, 1886.
Km vine's Sew Nrheme,
At various nod sundry times dutiiu
the pist aeve-ral years Kncxville haa
agitated wltb mora or les4 vig rand
with a great deal lees success, the im
portance of securing a. other connec
tion by tal wita Chattanooga and
Cincinnati. Knoxvllle baa taken no
definite action in the mam r, and no
instructions are g vea the delegates ts
to wbat amount tbey m'irut Dlerien o
order to secure ro-operat:oa in Cincin-
nai. It ia understood, bo sever, th t
(he delegates think they can safely
promise $100,000. Toe rosd will b-i
about twrnty-four miles long, being aa
extension cf the Waldeo'e Ridge road
from t.morv Gap to Oliver Springe.
tbenca to Kooxville. It ia estimated
that tba coat of this extension will be
l,000,0?0, somethlrg over 141,000 per
mne. Altnon,li uie hooxvlle dele
gates cn i n'y promise, oudit najly,
to build o1 tit two miles and a lull of
tba road, tbey believe tbat tbey will
succeed iu tbeir mission, and tbat this
much desired out'et ti tbe outride
cr!J will be fnrnisherl them.
The EaoS Ttnnnnrr, Vlralala nasi
NAHvirtf, Tiun., M-y 19. At tbe
conclusion of the argument to day on
tbe petition of Geo-g-s K. Syauire aud
o'beis acainet the Kut Ternrrsee.
Viicitiia and Georgia Kai road Com
pany, aeeking to vacate tbe decree and
postpone tbe aale of tbe proDertv.
Jargs Jackson announced Lie cpin-
HAMriiHB oi ar-A.isio"v ssxtitxivo.
Withtelf-MeMarlna Carda, sent by mall on application. Yog ran bare a near set .-QSUrtS
maJe bjeendinf os an old one to measure bj. WKIIK kR OLE PRICEd.
rJEIiIPfflS STEAM SHIRT FACTORY,
Memphis Steam Laundry,
224 SECOND STREET.
Ws havs Us Latost Improved Troy Laundry .Company's Machinery.
COLL.iltv, CUFFS and KIIIIITS I.aandrleel ruil ta Sew.
CALLS AND DELIVKRIK3 FRKK. WORK CAN BE SENTRY MAIL OR KXPRrlid.
LACE CITRTAINsS A SPECIATaTY.
ion. The Court denied the petiti n
and mot on and ordered the sale to
proceed, and announced expressly
tbat the Court wni unable lo ae any
fraud in the issuance and dietribinioii
of Ihe stock and bonds of the com
pany, in the action nf tbe directors in
relaiion thereto, or in tbe conduct of
the Central T-nst Coropiny's tiustee.
The Court fur her staled tbat it bad
no doubt of the priority of the consul
over income bonds, and that as to ths
Knoxvllle and Ohio transaction and
the Cincinnati and Uecrg a bondB,
tbey were not involved in the present
suit. The Court ordered that the pe
tition ra might become defendants and
fllo an answer in order to pros ecnte an
appeal, if tbey to desired, alter the
Bale of H e pr pirty. The aale of tbe
main line will take piece on tbe .'o'.li
of May, aa advertised. The C nciu
nali and Georgia division will rot be
s o'd, but will be held by the receiver
to await the rrsiit of litigation.
Hptkes and Nisark.
(iKNi-iuL Manager llaKAiun of (lie
Louisville and Ninhvil e, announces
by circular that F. T. Downs has been
appointed superintendent of the Louis
ville divisiou, alro that George K.
Evans bas been appiintnd anpeiin
ten dent of transportation, to succeed
All rradlclinns about the lemnval
of tbe Eaat Tenneiat e shops to Cba' ta
noogs, the extension of the Memphis
aod Charleston from H'evenson there,
and all other Improvement con tern
platsd by the K:st Tennee see system,
are as yet mere speculation, pending
Thrbi ia considerable activity along
the St. Louie. Arkansas and Texaa
railway looking to tbe widening of Hi
track into a broad-gauge. All of the
neotasary material haa arrived, Ihe
csntraota have been let, and work
will begin immediately and be pushed
in both directions, so tbat It can be
completed to Uateaville, Tax., aud
Cairo, HI., at the asme time.
Tea Koai'M is to continue ila very
Interesting series of puraouul exiien-
enee articles. In the June number
Bishop Huntington will tell thestorv
of his religions life, nod Dr. Vincent,
Chancellor ol the Chatauiiia Circle,
will describe how hu was educated.
Mn. Amdbkw Caknbuib'm new hook,
3Viuiriimi Denuuracii, has already
reached ita fifth edition, though it has
not yet been published a month. Kill
tiotiB will be t sued immediately in
Knglitnd, Fran re and (ieriuuny, and
Italian and Hungarian translators are
Tim linn. David A. Wells' third
iinper of the series entitled. "An
economic Study of Mexico," now run
ning through the Popular Stintce
itmUhly, will appear in tlie forthcom
ing June number. The series will
close with the fourth paper, and it
promises, when completed, to be the
fullest as it will unitiestionitbly be the
most accurate suinitiarj of the real
condition of at) a ire, ikul tint rial, com
mercial and political in Mexico, that
tins appeared since the Mexican war.
A. J. Murray and wife to Mrs. Re
becca Chslmera, part of lota 1 and 2,
block A'K IK'xIOO feet, Wellingloa
Overton dtGrosreiinrto James Mao
Namara, part cf lot 0, county lot .r04,
sonth tide of Alabama street, $4500.
Mary J. McNsiry to J. R. Clemens,
lots 22, 211, 24 and 25, block il, F I t
S'lrcnll Cesrl- hosnsss D. Kldrlsle,
Calendar for to-day : Noi. HH05, L. S.
Taylor vs. Cbetupeake, Ohio and
KoutbwiHtern UallroudCoinpativ; siUO,
Joe Jonea ye. U. W. linker; 8!H8. Mrs.
M. F. l'jllan vs. Memphis and Little
Kk Rai'rcal Company; 8l)l!), J. H.
Hmlth and wife vs. ts. J. liolluban
N!I21, Aaron Thornton ve. Fannie
Thcrnton; K922, 1'reHident F. r. Uom.
vs. M. Strickland; KJIili, Fader, Frank
A Co. vs. W. D. Cannon, Hheriff; H(i:',8.
I'liotiiai Clark vs. Mary Cunningham :
8!iw, u. . snd Mary u. lilans va. Ii y
liudemao: H'.ritj, Kamarina bcnniia
vs Memphis Ciiy Railroad Coronany;
Wiol), f. Mccarty vs. Aire. Al. . Miller ;
8d.r4, Tnting District vs. 11. 8. Moaby ;
H)5H, Tonf, McUotvan i Co. vs. Asa
Hodges; b!i50, aame vs. same.
Cbsts eery ('art orDeaell Jaslsre
Additional cnlondar for to-day:
Nos. U.S, Hill vs Walker; 35S0, I'ar
b Z7k vs R'to; 3000, Wallace va
t4'enlaw; HH2, Appetson va Mason ;
3(108, C yne va foath ; 3923, Cnbblrs
v Hit key j 4017, Organ vs Overton;
40111. Brown vs Miller. 4223, Hchabul
vs Frayaer; 4225, Bond va Bowling.
Ad ti?e to Mot hern,
Mrs. Winalow'a Soothing Syrup
should always be used wben children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
sttflerers at once; it produces natural,
fjuiet sleep by relieving the child
from fain, and the little cherub
awukce as "bright aa a button." It ia
very pleoaant totnnt. It soot lies the
child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates tlio
ttowels, and is thu best known remedy
for dinrrhu'A, whether ariHin? from
teetbing or other cAtiHea. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
Meesnd eell-lon lioilrrlrltis assm
nir tlos;ar antl rhlnaisi rs
re I veil as A l1 rich's, 8-4 JS. Snarl St.
The 21nt i'oiuiueiiceiiieiit
Of Ir. Wa'd's Peininary, Nashville,
Tcun., embraces May 25-28, when
forty-three young ladies will graduate.
BT X1IL TOR
f"l""lJV sseass. l.lj ilss rSt ft
ti 13 Sb0. n
224 SECOSD ST.
VTOWISTUETIMETO t ItAXOIHATM
-IA fnrths 8irlna Huts have n.aoe their
sppeamn-e, aud HiHII 4 stilt. V The
ll VI'Ti:K, hai ths Largest St'irk ia. tho
city. They comprise all t lie) Lateit Novel
ties: they are of the Beit ft m J.iri Tl'-ind,
in ail eo ore aod kinds, from ti e .':U s.i. ,t.y lt
hat to the ulit iranJi a's. Vouna v-.gtit
coloreil llerbyi frnm SI l oi to -) We
sell Derby furU !). loll svsrywh-.-r ft 4.
, A 50 Derby lar .t IK.
A S3 OO ISerby lor S4 no
A e Derby fbr 9'i 0
srLnliel sspeeally lot i'eJ lo evue is our
large stock of Children's Mr.iw 11 i'i
THE HATrkK.gl MAl ST.
JuBK OVUTON, Jli C. X. (liMJI.'ot.
OVERTON & GROSYENQR,
Real Estate Dealers
AGENTS A nROKEltft,
Ofiioe, 264 Seoond Street.
m, k. Case, eocoael assMS )!)
MEarUUs, a a TSASKtHBI.
RFAL ISTATS BOOttUt AV9 )U,
Taisi Paid. Rsatl Collave4, .. a
I'tir DiMsa ut
Horses, Cattle, Sheep
DOGS. HOOH, IWLiaif.
Ia ne for over 20 years by t'artnerv
Ktockbi-eedfra, Il9re B. B., i;.
Used by U. t. Covornrvsavrix.
Mounted on Rollirs k Book Wsilert frwfc
lluaivhrrva'Mrs'. t o.. IOt Fuitesa H.t.
yit?vl HOMEOPATHIC f fj
(KPS&icDPnmfi Nc. AH
JJjJ ILW1IW HUtf
In om M yvttr. I unii 'lr-cforn nt-ijr p,r
Nervous Debility, vital Wsikness-
utt Pruil ration. fiiu stv-r-Hmrk it .'lpf
1 pr vml. or b vinU miuI Urnst Ttnl p iw.li.r f r fk
Ht,l IU t1HHl t .icts-m iM-t't ,M) ,, r '( ft
tirii'f. lUwrfci-tj' uv
W. N. HALlTEMijvr
PrssMent of the Orsat LOUWVtL.". S OOlf.
KlKR-JeJl'RNAL CO., tel nut
Us knosri ot .
Wintersmith's Chill Curg.
Ovricr. or ths C'lt-aisa-JniMNat.,
L' cisviu-s. Re.
Dr. Wintcr.mith. Sir I aivs a rule bars
oliaarved for many years, the value ot your
remsilr irotniiins me to aa, ia replv to
y.iur request, what I know of your Chill
Cure. Ihe private assurances os i eHojr
I had. anil tne gontl resuMa o! its e'teo?s I
had observed uu Mr. K W. M-tr,iit.ii, wio,
for more thau Ufleoii years, b4 !ihu fire
man ol my ofl'ire, in'lii'-eii me r.e.t it is
mr family. The resulte'naie lieen e.-iti-Iy
satistactory. 1'he first caie was )f two
J ears' standlns, In wblih I lie! e-e every
ijowri remeily h.id burs tridwitli tssmrso
rarv rellel the chills retiirnins; er'odxiilly
nna with seemintflr increased aevriry.
Vour cure broko them al "U'-, anl tUe-e hiss
keen no recurrence of ihitin for m ire than
Ix months. Tbe othercuso w ts it miMer
form, and yielded more ree.iils- other
roiueJieei but tlie olii'll would rt'in at In
tervals until your medic' ne w is jiknI. liuoo
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eierels my belief thai your lill! Oue .f a
vaiunble speeilii', and ierfr'ni ill 70
promise lor it. Respectfully.
W. N. UACDMMAN.
ARTHUR PETER 4 CO., A-isntei, Louis
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va bisletaaisi Asrat. ISsm.s.
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writes: 1 travel ail o'.'er :.n o-t.it; my
frionrfsiay tbey fled Pr. ' Mio-'a f.'imoa
Klixir a mosieseelltnt rifi-.-' d W..,0ou..
keeper and foreman bi til u. -s t . 'i 1 ' o e of
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A l'roinlisi til viililaistr M nlm
Dr. Alotiev Il'-nr ji-rr' Ait.: 'eircirsof
treat suflrr n feoni ift t:..-,'.i..,i. ovsik-p-s-a.
wiih irre'i ttesfm. lifvcus i '.d bil
iousn's. iti.-onUnud ktd-ifs uri.t r ui-.: ra
tion, 1 hnvcVcu rurid ly 1.,1'r t--iiKjof
your Leiiu I liXi.-. 11.1 am icw . r.,i. mm.
IlKV. c. t tAv-J,
LhlerM. E. Clmr. h. Su,.i, , 1 -'8 l.--oalt
street, Allaitr.i, 01.
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