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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1886.
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M. C. 0LLwT, SW Second street,
J. M. KtiTino. J Memphis. Tenn.
tlioritntiva italetrunt waa sent out by
As cxiated Presi frona Bar Harbor,
that "Mr. Maine says lie has Lad no
interview with ny one in regard to
the fiaheiy qil'ltion." The Herald de
clines to accept this a truthful, offers
to "prove to the satitsfiiction f the
public the genuini nefs ami acuracy"
of itR correspondenl's report, and sug
gests tlut 08sibly the autlior of the
denial may be quibbling about the
word "inUrvicw." There is a lie out
llnrefbof, Fronle LouUe, Waning
too, Matinee and Ealoolah
SATL'KDAT, t t MAY ,
Hi.aine has buriod the bb)ody shirt,
and so ban put it away forever, lie
will work the labor racket in 1H88 and
to that end has become a Knight of
Tun rickens county iVmocratshavo
presented L M. Stono of that county
to the convention of the Sixth Con
gressional I'istrict of Alabama for its
Thk House of Itepresenttttives of
Louiniana has passed a bill by a vote
of 85 to 2 to abolish tho law by which
Judges are appointed by tho Governor
Of that tftatfl. The people want an
Tub Aberdeen Eraminrr states that
Yazoo county has instructed for Col.
Gibbs for Congress, and Meridian is
lor Cttpt. Fewell, and doubtless every
candidate will be for the renominatlrn
of Singleton in preference to any oth?r
man but himself.
Tun Kxeeutivo Oonimitteo of tho
Third Congressional District of Missis
sippi is called tj meet in Greenville
on Monday, Juno 14th, to provide for
a convention that will, all Democrats
up this way hope, nominate Gen.
Catchings for ro-elwction. '
Tut Vicksburg Jlirald says that if
it felt disposed to meddle in tho atfuirs
of the JaAson District, it foelg confi
dent it cpuldjifld somewhat to tho
difficulties, already numerous enough,
that Mr. Bhrksdale will hvo to ovor
couie. Gen. Charlei Hooker is Mr.
Thk funeral of the late Gen. Ogden,
at New Orleans Thursday, was im
pressive in every sense, and "noth
ing," says the naiitn; "could have
been more sincere than tho depth of
feeling which prevailed in that con
gregation assembled to do honor to
one of IMiisiana'i noble sons. It was
beautiful and fitting tribute. The
dead have seldom bo strong a hold
upon the living who come to do honor
to the remains. The brave, proud,
patriotic cit zen who served IOuisiana
in her day of need will always le hon
ored, and honored moit by three who
knw him b?st, and he will live in the
heatts of his countrymen."
Gbronimo and his band, since he
esetped from Lieut. Maus's camp,
about two months ago, has murdered,
it is estimated, fully seventy-live or
eighty settlers, and has succeeded on
one or two occasions in thrusbing the
soldiers sent to capture him. The
campaign of Gen. Crook, which was a
(ail ire, lias been taken up by Gen,
Miles, with no bet'er results, and tho
country at largo is rapidly beginning
to reuli.o that tho troops are stupidly
bundled or they uro unublo to cope
with tho warlike Apaches. Tho peo
ple will, as tho Ari'KAi. long ago sug
gosted, have to protect themselves,
the Jexas ltangera secured the per
manent peace of that State.
A mkkting of influential proper y
owners held in New York on Tu'sdny
unanimoiiHly passed a series of re'olu
tions earnestly protesting against the
cons'ruction of the proposed arcade
road under Broadway, as ditastrous to
property, declaring that the sets au
tliorlzing it are unconstitutional, and
providing that a committee of fifteen
be appointed to resist tho project by
all lawful means. This is right and
sensible. Underground construction
of any kind,on saniturygroundsshould
not be permitted, save when it is ab
solutely necessary to tunnel rivors or
mountains. Kven cellars in cities
should bo abolished as the breeding-
places of foul gases destructive to
health and life.
Thk Samuel J. Randall Association
at Philadelphia at a special meeting
on Monday evening determined to
change the namo of that club to "Tho
Eleventh Ward Association," on the
expressed ground that Mr, Randall
"has made a treacherous alliance with
' the Republicans" to. defeat a reform
of the tariff.
Tun Jackson Tribune-and-Hun, like
the Ari'iAL, is opposed to changing
the diy for holding the Democratic
convention the 11th of August to
an earlier date. "Iho people are
satisfied with the present date, at least
they acquiesced, without a muriuer of
objection. Who is it that is clamor
ing for the change?"
Os the second pige wo publish t
great deol of interesting matter con
corning tho progress that earnest
women are making in ways that
prove tho capacity of tho sex for ab
aci u to freedom as tho laws guarantee
it to men. And this matter will per-
hupi interest men most, as showing
plainly what is inevitable and what
has too long been withheld the lib
erty of woman.
PitiHiDKNT Clkvkland has by sever
al vetoes recently made it plain that
he is watching the pension legislation
and does not mean tKat.it shall become
law with bis sanction. As the Mew
York Evening iVufsays, "His mrssages
bring out very forcibly the injustice
and recklessness of the policy by
which tho decisions of the Pension
Bureau denying pensions are over
ruled tn Uongress. Nuli messages
mako Senators and Representatives
indignant, bocnuse they tell the plain
truth about their unjustifiable meth
ods of legislation, but the Congress
men will look in vain to tho public
for sympathy. The evidenco thus af
forded that Mr. Cleveland is lookil
sharply after tho course of affairs at
tho Capitol, will reassure the people
who have become alarmed at the non
chalunce with which their representa
tives are voting away their money."
HE LAT0M1 MEETING.
THE BIVEIi BRIDGE.
THE COST TO BE A HOI I TBBIC
Uutnl bBse or Gauge
Which I la Be Made Ta-Jlorrow.
Wk agree with tho Gallatin Ex
amitur, treiting of real estnto taxation
that "All over Tennessee there is
necessity lor ? eiorm ; the whole sys
tem Bhould bo overthrown and cut up,
root and branch. There is but one
eflectoal way to have reform, and that
is fcr the .SUito to cstab'ish a separate
bureau, charged with the assessment
of property a'l over the State, with
power to appoint its own agents."
Thk General Assembly of tho
Southern Presbyterian Church has
resolved and declared that "Adam's
body was directly fashioned by Al
mighty God without any natural ani
mal parentage of any kind, out of
matter previously created from noth
ing " That settles tho question of
evolution no mutter how presented,
whether di'utcd by Prof. Woodrow or
not, so fur as the PresbyUrians of the
Couth are concerned.
M. RjciiiKoitT is a red-hot drama
tist is well as a rod-hot politician
His last play, The Irixh CUrl, which
to be produced in New York next fall
is based upon the Fenian invasion of
Canada in 1 S(J8, and the heroine, as
the New York HcraUl'i Taris corre
spondent tells us "Susannah Camp
bell" is a ward of Lord Hast
ings, the Governor-General of Can
adu. The hero is "Richard Swee
ny," a fine, dashing character, with
all tho glorieua virturs and some
of tho dazzling vices of a young
Irish gentleman of tho old school.
The scene is laid in (Jucbec. Theio
are battles and riots, moonlight rides,
love-making, treachery and female
dagger-thrusts. The fouith act ends
with a terribly realistic scene, where
the heroine and the hero are placod
against the wall like tho Parisian
communards in 1871 and are shot by
a ultttoon of British soldiers. Which is
very realistic in Franco but not at all
Kiiglish, you know.
Tea Clarksville Chronick is right.
There never was just euch a lack of
reason in support or opposition to any
measure as is shown by the opponents
of the Blair bill. The Federal govern
ment turned loose on the South a mass
of illit rate voteri just freed from
elavery, and thus increased the edu
cational burden of this section, which
en itlei the South to national aid in
relieving this illiteracy. An objec
tion to the Blair bill is based simply
on objection to public education of
any kind. It comes from men w ho
think tiie becefits of education should
,be cr fined to the frv.
,Tok New York IterYd n Saturday
fast published a very senatiinul in
terview with Mr. Uiaiue n tin: fishery
question. Ou Tu''ay n'lrht in n-
Cikcinnati. O.. Mst 28 Second
ty of i he Latonia rates. The weather
wi very warm, and the d'lot on the
track almost intolerable. The ma
tuals did nq business.
Threo-quartirs of a mile. Starters:
,ady of ths Lake (U8. Fuller: Jim
Orr (103), F. Dingley; Poverty (U2),
Kiley; wiine Martin (ui;, Mieenaa;
Stormer (91), Cooper; Gov. Bate (88),
H. Jones; lienii-tta (8.5), Covington ;
Spalding (115), Mnrpby; B.lly Gil-
mors t loo), bt ivui; uaduy unun (ivz),
McUartny; urn Bternt (lUo), L,sry ;
Naval s 83). Bterrit: Harefoot (110),
Withers ; Hermitage (86), Johnson.
litttmg, Spalding, 125 ; Bill r-terr.t,
$10; Dudley Oaks, $10: field, 125.
A good start was bad, Willie Martin
foil g into the laid, Billy Giioiore,
ludley Uaka, B II Bterrit, Uarefjoj
and iiermiUge being close together.
There was Utile change for half a mile.
Hermitage, Harefoot and Spalding
then drew clear, and Harefoot, taking
the lead, won by half a length; Spald
ing second, Ueimitaga a close Uird.
Seven farloogi. Surteis: Lalla
Rook (8S), Camer jn ; Gold Star (8U),
Covington; Gen. O itz (92), Barnei;
Kloise ('.14), fuller; Brevet U"-j.
Kelly; FronieLouue !94),J Johns on;
Golden Ptio-hus (109), Uuet n ; Faith
Thompson (84), eammons; Leslie B.
(!Mij, Dingley ; Kansas (98), B. tvans;
Belle Pate (101), Richardson; Jim
Nave (93), Step; Charley Lucas (Uti),
Cooper; Bootblack (100), btoval.
Ileitim. Eloise. fL'5; Bievet, f 13 ;
Gold 8 ar, 18; field, JL'a.
After some delay at the post Eloiie,
Jiillo Pale and Ctmrey Lucas showed
in front, but Jim JNave soon took toe
lead, very clcsely followed by Charley
Lucas and Kloise. Jim Nave soon
dropped out and Charley Lucas and
Jbloiee men wen mo tne leau. rrome
Ixuiee then closed with them at loner
turn. In the stretch Fron e Loaise
went to the front, Kloise 6)C0"d.
There was no change to the end.
Fronie Louise won by a length on a
drive; K.oisa tojond, uoldnn Poce-ms
bslng placed third by tht judges.
Time 1:301. Jim Nave finished tbiid,
but as the colors weio very much
alike the judges 'mistook Go'dan Pbtc-
bus lor turn, ibere wrs no advance
on tho entered selling price for win-:
One mile. KalU (108). Dingley;
Sam Bennett (118), Leary; Redstone
(110) , Cooklmg; Tartar (91), Fuller;
Kirklin (102), K Harris; Warrington
(111) , L. Jones; Emma Manley (100),
iWiiiij. Tartar. 125: Kirilin. 517;
Redstone, $15; field $25.
Warrington went at once to tne
front, was never headed and won very
eaeily by two lengths; Emma Mauley
second, Tartar a very close third.
One mile and a sixteenth. Tommy
Cruee(90),O. Rley; Waukesha (99),
Johnson; Gleaner (105), Stoval; Men
arch (100), Dingley; Matinee (103),
West; Chance (107), Wither; W. It
Woodward (103), Fuller; Phillip H.
(100), McCarthy ; Olivette (103),Lsary ;
Lucy Phillips (102), Kelly; Bonanci
(97), Covington. Non-starter, Clay
LYI'i'im;.-Chance, $30; Philip S ,$11 ;
Matinee, $11; field 25.
Monarch was in the lead from the
start and made the winning, cloeely
followed by W. K. Woodward and
Chinee. Tne re ws io change in to
the sttotch, when Matinee, coming
very fast, joined Chance, and a driving
finish reeulted in Matinee winning by
a neck ; Chance second, two lengths in
front of Waukesha third, l.me
The Gltdela stakes : one mi'e
and a quarter. Blatters: Hettie
8.(113). West: Flora L. (108), Conk-
I1112 : Hattie Carlisle (113), Duffy;
Shadow (108), Fuller; Long Slipper
(108), Farley; Pure Rye (113), Garri
son: Kaloola (113). Withers; Mollie
McCarthy's Last (113), Stoval; Estralla
(113), Murphy; Ada D. (113), L. Jones.
Non-BUrter, Sis Himyar.
Brtlina. Pure live. 25; Baldwin's
entry (Mollia McCarthy's Last and Es
tralla), $13: Curigan'a entry (Hattie
Carlisle and Sua iow), $111 ; field, $14.
A go-id s art at toe first at'etnpt.
Mollie McCarthy went to the front, fol
lowed by Ada I), and Hattie Carlisle.
The three were in front all the way to
the lower turn, where Kaloolah moved
up, took tne lead ana won as sne nxeu
by six lengths; Ada D. second, Flora
L. third, one length off. Time 2:11.
Saturday's racks. t
Entries and weights for to-morrow 's
Ertt AV' -One mile. Li gun (102),
Berlin (99), List and (91), Strabismus
(103), Ascender (114), Myrtle (98),
Village ( 104 ), Tops y ( 101 ), Taxgatherer
"Unofficially, what do yon think the
proepect is fcr a bridge at this poi nt 7"
asked an Appeal man last liht of
Superintendent Su' li van of tha Kansas
C ty, Spingfield and Memphis rail
road. "Officially and unofficially, publicly
and privately, my answer is tnat the
prospect is ood. To put it plainly,
itere is no doubt about it. The br.dge
will b bnilt, and the Kansas City.
Spiingtield and Memphis Railroad
Company and Its friends will do it "
"Hare you talked with any of the en
gineers who have been making the
' Talked with them? Why I have
done very little elte iorthe past six
"And they think it feisible?"
"Certainly. No doubt about it. The
plans, estimates and all are well ad
vanced." "And what is the estimated cos' 7"
"Oh, a trifle. About $4,000,000.
A enug little sum to yon or I. but
a mere bagatelle to the railroad
world. Yts, 1 think we have theca l.
A meeting is to be bold at the Ex
change to-morrow evening looking to
an indorsement of our endeavor. All
the Memphis men who bave put their
nature to other applications for chs Ti
ers will withdraw in onr favor."
GETTING DOWH TO WORK
TWO SESSI0SS OF THE K. OF C
Increasing the Membership of the
Executive Board The Trades
Another Ovatloa Cllvaai Ibe Aina
teara at Ilia MrmphU Theater,
Net a (eat was nncccupied at the
Memphis Theater last evening wben
the Mdudo was icpeated by the Ama
teur Athletic Association and its
fiiends. The audience was more than
half ladies, the cieim of local eoiiety,
and they were nearly all in pure
white. The waving of plumes and the
tlut'er of fans made the scene in the
aud torium a gay one. The stage was
brill ant, the chorus iu excellent spir
its and those who took the leading
ra'ts felt much surer of themselves
than on the openin night. The con
st quence was that ths opera was
much more effectively given and in
every way more rntifactory.
M re. Carnes made a charming " Y urn
Yum," singing that difficult part with
a t rent dull cf epirit and investing it
with all the native grace, charm and
verve of which she is possessed. She is
peculiarly fitted for the role which the
best profpFeiomils have not thought
Mr. Andnon's "Fish-Tuh" was
ca-efully and ellmtively done, the
snortrie s of his gown and the exceed
ing etripednces of his hose in no way
iutefferirg with his singing.
M'ss lli'shld was much more et
ho;: e than cn Thursday night, and
sa" two of the fo'.os with consiOer
al Is i ffect.
A matinee will he given to-day. The
B.i!;' ot sea's is very larg.
(100), Malaria (112), Mary Ellis (80 )
iecotuf Jim-f. Five-eigbtbsof a mil el.
Hornpipe (100), Laredo (105), The
odosia(97), Little Hopes (97), Belle
Brackett (97), Lilith (97), Vinxant
(100), Fogalo(lOO), Ira E. Bride (100);
F. E. Harper's llecla (97), MUs Cleve
land (97), Jaubert (100), Violet (97).
27urd ao'. Hindoo stakes, one
mile and a half. Mon'aoa (118),
Blue Wing (118), Lijtro (118), Silver
Fourth llaef. Tho Merchants' st ke,
one mile and one-eighth. Freeland
(119), Hopedule (115), Editor (120),
Gray Cloud (111).
Ffth Race Hurdle race, one mile
and one sixteenth. Burr Oak (144),
Guv (156), Haddieco (130). Tnady
(135), Judge Jackson (138), Bucepha
lus (145), Atcola (152), Tennessee
(135), Fox Hound (128).
Brlfjhloa B rite a Rave.
Nxw York, May 28. The events
and rtwnlts at Brighton Beach:
Fimt Kmt. Three-quarters of a
mile. Fletch Taylor won by tao
lengths; Treasurer second, PeekBkill
Nrcimd Rare. Sellirg race, three
quarters of a mile. Commander won
by a heal; Hope second. Wandering
third Time 1:17L
Third Race. Three-quarters of a
mile. Hotchainie won by a length;
Change second, Hickory Jim third.
Fourth Riwr. Oao mile. Won by
Valley Forge by a length; Kensington
secoid, Tunis third. Time 1 l it.
The grandest movement in a rsi'road
way winch has ever transpired in the
South, (be change to standard gauge,
beg na to-day. All roads leading into
Memphis, except the L"uisville. New
Orleans and Texas and the Chesa
peake, Ohio and Southwestern, will
change. The Memphis and Little
Rock mill perform that difficult
opera' ion to day. The Louisville, and
Nashville begins at 1:30 to-morrow
morning, all preliminary preparations
haviug i.een made eo tnat four men to
the mile can move the raile. The
Memphis and Charleston will make
the change Sunday and Monday, wben
all lobular freight trains will be aban
doned. Cars must be on side tracks
at Memphis or Uuntsville at or before
3 am. Mondey.
The following will bd the organiza
tion of the in -in on the bans of e ght
miles to a suction, but this may be
varied by special instructions if the
section is h nijer or shoitsr. Twenty
(ix men must be provided for an
eight-mile section, dis ributed aa fol
' Six men with claw bars to draw in
side spikes: one man with spiko maul
to drive down stubs; nve men lor
throwing the rail; three men, inside
spikers; eight men, outside spikors;
three extra men for shoving car, carry
ing water, etc., making twenty-six
men besides the foreman.
A constiuction train will be started
as soon as the work of changing gauge
commences at Huotsville, and go la t
to Stovtnaon, following up the force
changing gauxe. A construction train
will also ftirt from Tuscumbia and
go east to Uuntsvi le, f illowing up the
changing force. A nother construction
train will start west at Tuscumbia as
soon as the work of changing com
mences, and will folios up tne chang
ing force until it meets tho construc
tion train which will stut from Mem
phis and go east, following np the
foc changing pango
The gauge of the Lou sville anl
Naehvihe railroad for a distance of 811
ml es, end the gauge of other South
ern reads will bo changed Sunday
next to the standard gauge of four feet
eight and one-half inches. Four men
will be employed to the mile, at
which rate on the Louisville and
Nashville alone a force of 3244
men will be ' required. General
Manager Hariahan, of the Loiii
ville and Nashville, expects to bave
the chaegs on that road completed by
5 o'clock next Sunday afternoon, but
no trains will be moved over the road
till Monday morning, after thorough
inspection by the Division Superin
tendents. In addition to the change
of gange nearly 8000 freight cars, 250
passenger coaches, 40eleepers and 257
eovines will be changed.
Wholesale merchants were this week
no'itied that after Thursday no goods
would be received for shipment to
local points, as all freight business,
except through cars, would be tem
porarily suspended until tbe 1st,
pending the change of gauge of the
various roads entering the city.
Of a consequence the wholesale
men have been kept very ouay the
past few days getting off goods to fill
pressing orders. The effect on tbe
retail business will not be perceptible,
ample provision having been made for
tbe temporary suspension of trans
norta'iou. The ereat change will be
made without effecting a ripple on the
city a business .
Emtendlng lh Little H eh,
It is reported that in view o(th
tin a Knoo Brancn ol tne iron moun
tain being built to Memphis, Receiver
Dow is arrapcine to extend the Mem
Shis road on from Little Rock to Hot
pringe, and thence to Tea as as soon
as possible, it may be mat wo ixurs
ville and Nashville has made an ar
rangement to this effect with his road,
although there is no definite informa
tion on the subject
Cleveland, O., May 28. The
Kn-gbts of Labor buckled down to
bnpiae ss to-day, and bad two sesriocs
Tbe Committee on Laws piesented
their repor, r cimmendicg that tbe
General Extcu ivs Commtt'ee be in
creased from five to eleven members.
After sn horn's discussion the recom
menda ion was agreed (o.
The six new members will be elected
by ballot, aud will serve during tbe
unexpired year, wh:ch ends in Octo
ber. Ptronacent headquarters will he
opened in Philadelphia, and, if necev
sary, the board will s t throughout
the year instead cf assembling at tbe
call of the General Master Workman.
A resolution was adopted giving
Mr. Povtderly power to recall tbe
commissions of all organizers.
Tee subject of appointing compe
tent organizers and the means to be
taken for their selection was being
d S 'ussed when the noon rece a oc
curred. The evening session wis consumed
in discussing the rela'iona between the
Kn'ghts of Labor and tbe trades un
ione. Knights of Labor and Trades I n.
The treaty between the Knights of
Labor and trades nnione, proposed by
the latter, was made public to-night.
After reciting the benefits accruing
from trades unions, the unionists pro
pose (!) that tbe Knights of Labor
shall not interfere with their organiza
tions; (2) tbat no pereon shall be re
ceived as a member of the Knights of
Labor who works for less wages than
his union reqnires; (3) that the char
ter of any a'tembly shall be revoked
which works aga'nst trades unionp,
and that the same action shall ba
taken in caec of a Knight of Labor or
tauizer guilty of tbe same, offense; (4)
tht in case cf a str.ks, tbe Knigh's of
Labor shbll not interfere until it is
settled to the satisfaction of the union
affected and ; (5) that the Knights of
Labor shall not nss any label or trade
mark In competition with any trades
Philadelphia, Pa., Msy 28
Forty-seven hosiery manufacturer.! of
this city, employing over 12,9110 bands,
met veeterday and organized for mu
tual protection. The organization is
the rrgult of the recent demands of
MB. GLADS ' ONE'S REPLY
To Sir Michael Hlcha-Beaeh In the
London. May 28. The House of
Commons was crowded this evening
Mr. Gladstone, replying to a question
by Sir Michael llicks-Beach, Gon
servative. said the government con
sidcred it ite duty, after the second
reading of the House bill, not to ask
the House to go into committee on
the measure, but to adopt one
of the methods which he (Glad
stone) described at the Liberal
meeting yesterday. The government,
he said, was inclined to allow the bill
to lapse for the present session, and
tn mlvisn thn Oneen to cause an earlv
re-assembling of Parliament, at which
the bill wou d be re-introduced, tie
was unable at that moment to speak
99 Market street. Telephone 717. Re
duction of prices for ialance of the
A Druggist's) story.
Mr. Isaac O. Chapman, druggist.
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balea'd for
the Lnngs. I can say of it what I
cannot sav of anv other medicine.
bave never beard a customer speak of
it but to praise its virtnes in the bleb
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cousb. with the happiest enecta.
have used it in my own family for
many years ; in fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
PREPARE POR FLOOD.
Foundations, cellar walls and build-
ngs subject to overflow should be con
structeu with Louisville Cement. It is
To all who are auffering from the errora aod
Indisorstlona of youth nervous weakneai
arly dooay, lota of manhood, eto., I will
tend a raolpe that will oure you, FREE 01
CHARGE. Thia mat remedy wai discover
d by a misilonary in South America. Send
el f-addrened envelope to the Re. Josars
T. I-w-. Stint. nn It. N"'
TAHOB. DHAFEB & IHF0I1TE11
?. ss uxexsos rrmrer,
Carflaity tarib aa bmfaaim ef a&s' Large Fresh aal
Variea rarioj mm fmani SUx afJBctEakk
aal ranett Textsres la
French aal Qermaa 'Wofateaa,
BiritiBf' tie Latest BasrrM
89 Samples' sa4 Frices am appfinfiaa t tkaaa
wa tart left aaaowea.
DR. C. McLANE S
JIV. Rim YOIT OKT TIIW fiEVHTNE.
Counterfeits are maiie in St. Louis, aio,
Train Will Leave aa Follows:
LEAVE LA REVIEW
10:30 a.m. ll:0fi a.m.
1:30 p.m. I 2:15 p.m.
3:00 p m. I 6:00 p.m.
4 to p.m. 9: CO p.m.
7:30 p.m. I
a-Tickets on tale t Depot. Ticket for
the Round Trip, 25 CKNTH. Purchase tick
ets before getting- on train and saTe money.
Delightful Music, Fishing and Rowing oo
A. J. KNAPP, Gen. Parji Ag't- m
VROWN'N IRON BITTERS RE--lievei
pain, aids digestion, and tones up
the system. Mrs. W. A. Bmith, Na. 560
Hbelby street, Memnhis, lenn., says her hus
band was cured of rheumatism after trying
many other remedies without aid.
THE OPINION OF
SIR ROBERT CHUISTIS0N,
Baronet, M. D.,
Physician to her majesty the Queen, Presi
dent Roval Medical Afsootation, Piofeta-
or at ine univeraiiy ui nmnoura, eio.
Llebla Cooit Beef Tonln
is a remarkable preparation. It eontaina
the nutritive elements of the muscular fibre,
blood, bone an! brain of carefully selected
healthy bollocks dissolved in rare olds terry
mit. lo do precise, eacn isDtespooniui
contains the nutritive elements nf one ounce
of choice beef, one grain and a half of pnr
quinine, and two amine or iron, it also
embodies a concentrated extract of coca, a
Houth American tonic, of which Sir Robert
ChriBtison, 1. D., F. R. B . physician to her
majesty the Queen, says : "The properties of
this wonderful plant are the most remarka
ble of any knownlinltbe medical world. From
repeated personal trials I am convinced that
its use is hijhly beneficial and tonic."
PROF. DUNCAN CAMPBELL, M. D.,
LL.D., F. R. 8., President Hoyal College of
Physicians and Suraeons, Member General
Council University of Kdinhurn, eto., says:
Liebu Go. s Ooca Beef ionic has more tnan
tealiieu my expectations."
FKO. JOHN Jyl. UAKKUUHAH, M. U.,
Surgeon in Ohief N. Y. State Hospital, Pro
fessor of Burgnry N. Y. Medical College, ex-
Health Officer fort of Aew fork, otc.eays:
My patients derive marked and decided
benefit from the- Liebig Co.'s Coca Beef
"M practice i among women i with worn-
out, run-down, debilitated, over-worked
school-teachers, milliners. drers-makers,and
other classes oi solf-supporling women, and
they all require g -od tonic. I have pre
scribed gallons and gallons of tonics, hat
none of ihen ate equal to veurs. it is posi
tively tbe beBt of any .-hich I have ever
takeu myself ororderel for i.y natients.
Opinion of Dr. 8. E. Baows (27 oluo bns
avenue, uosion,) oi tue i.ieoig wi. i vou
Invaluable in Debility. Nervousness, Ma
laria, Dyspepsia, l)iliousnol, Nervous and
Hick Headache, Opium Habit, chattered
Nerve", Asthma and Female Infirmities. It
improves appetite and digestion, enriches
the blood, and reinvigorates everf organ and
faeuity. It reconstructs the moat shattered
and enfeebled, reinvigoratr the aged and
infirm, and makes sickly children blooming
and healthy, bold by druggists. Prepared
only by the
Hew York. Paris and London.' New York
Depot, 38 Murray etreet.
nROWVN IRON BITTERN FULL
restored the energy and vitality of ata
W. Houston, Memphis. Tenn., when welt
and emaciated from ehil'a and fever. One
bottle caused imi ruvement.
CURTIS & CI
wel'or woiirlitn. Hine
wou by a lia'f ltni;th ; Mrjt-.-rly encond,
Hairy Mann third. Tiir.e 1 :M.
Rarluai In Engilanil.
I.imhin, May 28. Miss Juminy won
tlu tAks; Aryn Navos was second, and
r.r.nv Lb tliinl.
'Diamond Joe'a" ajperatlona.
It Is rumored that "Diamond Jos"
Reynolds of the Hot Springs railroad
fironoses to extend that road ' before
one to the mining ronton near Hot
R. H. Vance to Mis. E. B. Rogers,
lot 39, and west 25 feet of lot 38, block
89,; Paint's subdivision. Ninth and
Caro'ioa Blrets, for $2"i00.
J. N. Ford to M. H. Caldwell, south
half ot lot No. 1, block 51, eat side of
feoslee street, 50x140 font, for fu50.
J. N. Ford to P. C Caldwell, north
half of lot 1, block 51, 100x150 feet, on
tbe east aids of Goalee street, for 1550.
T. C. Bottis and wife ti School Com
missioners of the Filth District, (outh
half cf lot !), east side of Tucker ave
nue, for J.'l).
Jacob Bloom et al. to Julia A. S.yn
nott, lots 6 and 7 on the Memphis and
Germsntown plank read, for f 1100.
PvcriiKi A comes from Torpid Liver
and Costiveness. You cannot digest
vor food well unless your liver and
bowels act properly. Brnndreth's
Tills, taken one or two at night for a
week or so, will tegulate the bowels,
atimnlatn the liver and ensure a quick
and healthful digestion. These Pilla
are purely vegetable, contain no min
eral and are absolutely hannlea for
old aad young. i
Municipal Urrtloue In vlrglula.
Norfolk, Va., Kay 2S. All the re
turns fmiu ventenlav's election are not
in, but the city is Democratic from; ICQ
to 500 mnior.tv. Portsmouth is also
IViiioeratio. The Dotnocrata carried
Uoanoke City with the exception, of
one councilman. i
817 and 810
li. Second St,
aV av f A
ft"? X J .s
OM If Of BOILERS
LOGSERS' & RAFTEBS'APPLIAN CES
SAWANO PLANINQ MILL SUPPLIES
sr rarrK for. cATALtKirE. t
. CHANCERY SAXE
No. tWt R. D. Chancery Court of Shetbr
rountr-Asa Selby et al va. 11. J. Ho -linisworth
virtse of an interlocutor decree for
sale, tntered in tho above cause on the
6th day ot May. lwwi, M. B. 62, 513. I will
sell at pnhEc auction, to the highest bidder,
in front of the Clerk and Muster's eflSoe,
eonrthouse ei Shelby county, Memphis, Ten-
BM'M'Xt.ry.Jl.lM. t ,
.iihin iui Kmira. the foUowinir desoribeu
property, situtd in Stttley county, Ten
nessee, to-wit : .
lhc rtmaindsr interest of the hoirs ot
T J.U...J 1m ni4 t.i lota 1Q
end 2C of ttlock N, on the plan ot the city of
Memphis, on Koss avenue, norm oi ropm
st-ot. eoh frontina Ross avenue i leot
with depth of Hi-!-4 fcot.
For fuller desctiption ot m soo': , r.-v-erty
relrnoe is hore made to the records o'
this Court. , ...
Terms of Rale One-fourth cash ; balar.ee
in six and twolve months, secured by notes
Mitn iitproved scouritv; lien routiner, and
leiloiu; -non h-irve-i. Ihi. MfT li.
. MclHlW 1. '.!,, 0l!-r i-d .V,;v.-tT.
II. 1". Wilb. i-n:y Clerk pi Vaster.
lo t m P. !, S-ticit.irs.
LVTo. B14 3VIalzx 8t
Haa juat received a lame stock of the
latest styles oi
CASSIMEKES AND WORSTEDS
for Pants, which we wilt make to order at
much less than the usual prices. We will
make a good all-wool pants for 89. Call
and eiamine our goods. Also, a complete
line of GKNTs' FURNISHING GOODS
lor ths coming season at our usual low
a. HEXTEH, 50. 214 MAIN ST.
Z "the Har.r.n" shoe
O will prove aatUSurtory to
CO anrery gentleman who vn'.i a
perfect nrticle. We re putt'ns lr.ta th
mnufctnro or these ahvos, tho reculte cf CO
Z years? experience and atudy, or vrhat w!!t
pltfoso, Sflve exjmfort ar.d w:.r
Z JalthJully. Try thom.
- r.vui'7 flrrt--'.ase
X cle Jit-r tt is
BaS'SIK M1TEHS Strength
ened Mrs. K. M. Thompson. 316 Madison
street, Memphis, Tenh. when feeling weak
and in need of atonio, and wonderfully im
Aad Ice Cream Manufacturers.
ZaX. 35. BAIIiirr.
French Chemical Works
58 Jefferson Street.
MAMUFACTURES STKUPS 04? ALL
FLAVOHS. which he offers at the low-
Srioe of aa ctenaa naitllon, of any kind of
avor. Quality and verity guaranteed. Ica
Cream manufacturers will find all kinds of
Eatraota and Fruit Colorings at a very low
O S 5- E3
x t a B
5 m 3 r
S-if 7 -1 Jo?
JOHN E. HANDLE & CO., Agents,
Vrs. W. S. Lew. 318 Main street.
Memphis, Tenn.. after being troubled lor
several years with cb. ills and fever and be
inc thoroughly eihn ii'ted.
Ko 5494 M State of Tennesse, Shelby coun
ty Office- County Court Clerk, Memphis,
Tenn., April 2r, ltf!it To John Loague,
Public Admini strator of Shelby county and
as such Adm mistrator of estate of Henry
F. Arneld. df ceased: ,
HAV'ISti suggested the insolvency of the
estate ot llenry F. Arnold, deceased,
you are hereby ordered to give notice, by ad
vertiseaient i'l some newspaper published
within the said State, and also at the court
house door o'. Shelby county, for all persona
having cltil'jos against said estate to appear
and ale the ease, authentr-ated in the mn
nor pre'cr'oen bylaw, o orbetorethe27th day
July.lM; and any claim not filed on or
bfjo'e sr.ld dy, or before n appropriation
of the fundi ot said etute is made, shall be
forever barred, both in law and equity.
Witnr sa my hand, at o(fie, this 2bth day o!
Arril. iWft. HI! till B. CULLEN. Clerk,
liy i. h. McDonald, Deputy Clerk.
ar-Notice given a required by the forego
ing .iHer. Itnel JXO. LOAUl'E. Adm'r-
irrnimm ,a MF.N. Toung or old.
XW K?A , the E l e c t r i e
Weakness of the Kid
ne s, Sexual System,
Varicocele and lost or
enfcobled power a.
Money refanded il
not as represented.
Price 9 and upward.
Pamphlet free. All
m.i he ent to American HsiTia.
4e o , ?r BrewtaKy, w Toirli.,
Bll otir Weitcrti (.Sioes r ili-jroiitiunwi,
No. 5955, R. D. Chanoery Court of Shelby
county Grace L. Anderson et al vs. Sal
lie at. Johnston etal,
BY virtue ot an interlocutory deoree for
salt, entered in the above cause on the
20th day cl May, 186,.M. B. 52, page62S,
I will sell, at public auction, to the high
est bidder, in front ot the Clerk and Mas
ter's office, courthouse ol Shelby county,,
Memphis, Tenn., on
Patturditjr, Jane 13, 1888,
within legal hours, the following described :
property, situated in Shelby county, Ten
The certain lot No. 3 in block 53, on the
Elan ot South Memphis on the south line of
ind n street, fronting said street 50 feet
aad running bank between parallel lines 230
leet, upon which is erected a two-story
frame resilience No. 279 Linden street. Also,
the H 4SM04 acres, being all that part of a
twenty-acre traot in Shelby county, begin
ning at a stake on the east boundary line of
the John Hamsey 5000-acre grant; thenea
south 15 chains 40! links to a stake; thence
east 12 chains and ?1 links t a stake; thence
north 16 chains 79!4 links to a stake on the
south side of McLemore avenue; thence
south 83" west with the south side of said
avenue 12 ebains and 60 links to the begin
ning the whole description containing 20
1,., mnr. ni- Iass. and excentinsr therefrom
5 51-100 acres at the northwest corner, here
tofore told to M. U. Johnston, waica a ai-nu
acres begins at the northwest corner of said
tract; thence south with the east aide of
Raleigh avenue 600 feet; thence east parallel
with McLemore aveaue 400 feet; thense
north parallel with Raleigh avenue 600 feet
to tbe south line of McLomcre avenue;
thence west to the beginning. Tbe H 40-100
sores so to be sola win oe snbdivicaa ana
sold according to said subdivision, a plan of
which will be on tie in this, office txjore the
dav of sale.
Terms ot Sale One-lotath (K) cash: bal
ance in six and twelve laonths. secured by
notes with approved secrjity, bearing inter
est fro dnte; lien -etnind and redemption,
barred. This May 21, 1SS6.
S. I. Mr.UOiVELL, Clerk and Master.
By ti. F. Walsh, Deraty Clerg and Master,
Poiton A Poston, Solicitors.
Valley Lands for Sa'e Cheap,
1 LANDS in Bolivar oountv. Mississippi,
on and near the line of tbe Louisville, Now
Orleans and Texas Railroad. I will either
sell ia a body or in small tracts to suit pur
chasers. Parties desiring fine timber or
good lands for agricultural purposes are in
vited to examine these lands before buying
elsewhere. Price from $s to $10 per acre, one
third cash, balance on easy terms with 8 per
oent. perfannutn interest.
C11AS SCOTT, Rosedale, Miss.
KROWX'N I K O ' ITTfllS
proved an invaluable yaiedy toM ' . Mi
chsel Birney, 212 Waxoini in stre-t. Mem
t his, Tenn., fur diarrhia ana dyspepsia. Me
rnjs it .-ts like a charm when other meal-Cir.nr-