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Y'8 HAND-BAG Owner omn have it
1 JJ by calling atlDO Adams itrMt.
ANEW PROCESS For matins old eol
lin and euff look new. t-e adratiae-
wient of Memphis Ptpatp Laundry.
STRAY tD OR STOLES,
HORSE On brown or dark bar hone,
about 15 bandi high, 8 jeare old. He
tarn to Dr. T. L. Bam uh, Third and Walker
traata, Fort Pickering, and be rewerde 1.
xVx CaeUlla avenue, ihree mi lea e
V U . - i.vu. I "Hum v
Memphis, two srav (neatly white) V are
inula., medium use, and in food order.
Any on returning them to me, at 310 Seoond
ttreet, will be suitably rewarded.
June2i, im D. E. MYFRS.
BAY MARE MULB From C. F. Smith.
Horn Lake Landing", one bay mare aula,
about eight yeare old, fifteen handehigh;
man recently trimmed. Bring to F. A,
Jnnes k Co. 'a atahle and he rewarded.
BOX On Hernando road, imall box, con
taining. pare. jewelry and other artiolea.
Can be identified byname on jewelry an I
notu. Fmder will b generously rewarded
by rttarnini to
MISS LEE ELLIS. 145 Madiaon at.
GOLD RING On plain told ring. In
alley between 69 Madiaon arrest and the
Clarendon Hotel. Finder will return to
Mra. Willi!, Uantt ft Patterson's office, and
be liherally rewarded.
Y RESIDENCE (09 Vance atreet, from
the lstot bantemher. Arply to
DR. OVERALL. SX1 Main at.
OUSB-75 Adami atreet, corner Third,
trom July lat: eig hteen rooms.
JNO. ff. CBKhlN. It) Madison at.
vOilS A suit of rooma in Masonio Tern-
P t. ADDiyto una r . rnma.
HOUSES 318 Poilar atreet and 136 Ala
bama atreet. inquire of
JOHN KEEP. 320 Poplar li. .
0MS Furnished, jingle or en suit, at
138 Madiaun at. itelerenoea required.
OU.SE 392 Court atreet extended. Et
rythint In gond renatr. Apply to
N. B. JOHNSTON, 7 Second at.
COTTAGE With s.vn rooma, near atreet
car line, at IAI per month. Apply to
ti. r. uia. ti eecona it
fcTOREUOI6E No. 9 Union atreet, with
new ootton-room, t0x35 feet.
B. K. MEACHAM.
1OOTTON-8HKD Corner of Union and
J Third street, is. &. mrauiiaji
HE6IDENOE Fir three or l i montha,
my reaidenoe in the city of Fort Smith,
Ark., with or without furniture. Brick
bouse with ten rooma, in the moat desirable
part of the city Good well of water and
hydrant in the yard; bona furniahed with
gaa; near atree'-car line; every convenience
of a home. Addreai
R. D. SEALS.
Fort Smith, Ark
HOUSE A new double-tenement home, 4
roomion each aid; nicely finished;
large yard; in fiat, all conveniences, on
Koss avenue. Good oistern. Apply to Mrs.
R. Quinlan. 130 Manassas st.
LEGANT BRICK RESIDENCE On
Vance strtet corner lot. Address
L,. Appeal offio.
PIANO A In p-no, mutt ba gold at
one. Call at lflt Desoto atreet.
GROCEEIE8, ETC. Having concluded
to quiet the grocery part of our bnainesg
our entire atock oi Groceries, Fixtures,
Drays and Mules are for aal. Anyone wish
ing to go into the wholesale grocery buaineai
can secure a bargain by call Ins; on
EUKbRiiY, STONE ft CO.,
Ho. 268 Front atreet.
GROCERY AND FJXTURES-Pmall and
aelect stock; good locality. If you mean
business address CASH, Appeal ctte.
ROCKAWAY-Brand new, and cheap.
Apply at ti. W. GARKISON.
oorner Main and Madison streets.
ESK Handsome office cylinder deak and
child I crib and mattress. Apply at
l(l MADISON HT.
C1HICKEN8 Seven varieties young fancy
J chickens, In paira or trios. Also, errga
for setting. Greenwood Poultry V ard. city.
NO. 1 double aurface matcher an I moulder
combined, with belts and everything in
5ood working order, cheap for oaab. Ad
ress MATCHER, Coldwater, Mits.
fv, EW COTTAGES And beautiful build
xN ing Iota, for sale on monthly pavmenta,
two blocka from atreet oars, near State Fe
male College. Apply to
T. A. LaMB. 10 Madison street, i
BOARDING-HOUSE AND SALOON At
14 Front, ccr. Kichange. Apply there.
LD PaPKKS-Cheap, at,
OUNTHY NEWSPAPER Address
H w. hakbkh. Asmara t;ity. xenn,
(L'OlUl BUY a new business tor
E.UU the btate of Tennessee, Ala
bama, Missouri or Louisiana, to make large
tected. Parties wishm a good business ad
MANUFACTURER, this office.
AT B.WPORT NEWS, VA.-1U0O loU,&0U
1 . wator fro . t, 4c feet deep. For loll
information addrest WM. A. DEAN.
47 Lexington atreet. tlnltimnre. Aid.
WAN I EJ.
r ELL FURNISHED BHD-ROOM With
l.iL Ia.msb will nav at airi( T ia
for sometbini nice. For an tntarview, ad
dresg, cure thia paper, A GENTLEMAN.
NE OR TWO MEN Whit prefcrred-
to go on (arm three miles trom city.
m POPLAd STREET.
MAN Who is a good milker and under
tanit. lAllinir mil k. veiretahlea. ete. :
would take small family, the women to cook
or wash and iron- Address
UAKUMi care Appeal
AN EXPERIENCED COTTON MAN
Con trolling good European corre'pond-
nee. for a PAK'INBR; all Eastorn and
Southern oonneo ionf made; business East
paat season ten thousand bales ; location best
town in JnlS9lflSll. Aeiereuues roiiuirau
and given. Address e. a. o..
carJIermitage Club, Nashville,JIenn.
RELIABLE PARTY With amall capital,
to take oharge of a good paying and well
StHDIISned OUKinra. nni-ewi "'in
nn TlllV A a...H u.imr UKllt;UK.Y .
Adaress Appeal ouir.
o RTONE cllTThRS On building work:
O will pay good wasea 'o No 1 men : none
others need apply. F. UUIULBY,
1.11 1XH1D FirSO'..
OOM Bf Kent, lflt of July, furnished
rootlie wim orwiino"ij dohiu. fltiumia
t J., ApTai OQ1C,
j'Tdni DVl""AU cii iiiu tlltl itji-
JJJ bratd Gypnf Clairvoyant, at 117 Third
gtroet near yopiar.
" AIjIES Iwenty-flve ladies ; piofituble
aaf BmiMuy uieub ai juur uuiu: v v "
jwanuiac luring to,, g.-vy ia rnju
. KtSii t t j ' .1 TTTTTTrm
f a.n.ai- a aa r.waa kaino ttirmoil 11 ml AT ttlA
U i l u -1 . I .. 111 Ik.
, anperviaioD oi ram. rmuji -i mo
newet itylfs of decorative funcy work and
material, ttampinn and embroidery to order
SpO TRAVELING HATIDWARB MEN-
DKS JAKUIN8. MIL' KR ROOTED
MAN to take an office and represent a
manufacturer! tftO per weeks so-all
cap. tal required. Address, with stamp, Box
70 est Acton. Ma-s.
SALESMEN In every State in the V' ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
Specialties thatar popular and easy sell
ing. Can bhandlod aloncor in eonneetinn
with other roods. Addres TUE WM. B.
VEIfiy M ANUFlt. CO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
OU TO LOOK At th Memphis Sieein
Lnundrv art. and learn to keep in stre.
EVERYBODY TO KNOW-That I have
made the greatest disoovcr; of the ae
in fillins teoih with go d. For the next
thirty daya I will fill teeth fnr 11 50.
A. WEtiON, 243 Main st.
AGENTS coin money with our Amateur
Photo outfit, and collecting family
tnr tn nl Artrn. ineoitl 30-day offer.
LD GOLD PILVIB-For cafh orea
cbnnne. W 1 LM'tti', Jrwnet.vtH nn
IGHET fah prlrea paid for old and new
r EAT b r. Ka at h main rtreet.
- (r( SALARY TO AHENTS-Ad-nlUUU
dre-f at once, Dlt. SCOTT'S
SLhCIKIG UOOUS, )U2 Broadway, Kew
York. Ihe only aen nine
ADK AGtNTS For Mrs. Campliell'i
Lj New ' TiUer" a Tilt-r, Rustle, Hoop
skirt and 'Underskirt combined, linops can
be removed and skirt laundried. Adjusta
ble to any else. Ve y fashionable, an J sells
tnrfcHo every well-arefsed 1-dyas soon aa
shown. Arenta aouole ther money. Al o,
a mil line of new lurnishing goods for ladies
and oh'.Mron. Addreis, witb stamp, E. il.
CAMPBELL A CO .No. 4M West Randolph
street, Chicaao, III.
AG KNTS In every section of th country
for two New Books, just ready. SranuL
Taavato men of eaoerienoe capabl of fill
ing a large territory. State exiriance, are
and territory wanted. CAbELL A CO.
(limited), &2 Broadway, N. 1., and 10 Dear
torn atreet, Chicaao.
Thia powder never Viriea. A marvel ot
ouritv. strenath and wholeaomenesa. More
eonomical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold tn competition w..a to
multitnde o( low test, short weight aluir or
pbosphat powdera. Hold only eactiiu. Koi AL
BK! Pnvnis Cn.. li W.ll .t .W.wVfPSf.
DOG A lane black Newfoundland bitch.
The Under will be reward.d by return
ing her to No. M Hxehaere street.
EC. A. address F. A., in strict eon 11-
donee. No. 1 Broadway, New York,
THE IDEA That collars and enffs cannot
be re-laundried to appear equal to new
work. Bee Meuii his Steain Laundry adver
tisement for perticularB;
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Banitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone Swi. THOH. CIIHB1NH.
ROOMS AD BOARD.
FURNISHED ROOM-Handsome -with
board for 2 single gentlemen, M Shelby.
ROOM? AND BOARD
At 49 Market atreet.
OOMS AND BOARO Desirabl rooms
and i oard at Tl M' Uison street.
ROOMS-One large front room with bal
cony and on large back room with
larg dressing-rroin, and ttheri as good aa
can b found in the eity.
75 i mua a t .
'i. tiuno ufiliop n u J l J.
r5 amaata. Room and board Km week.
Day board U per week.
OOM Fnrnirhed room, with or without
board, at US Oonrt street.
BOARD With excellent room,
124 ADAMS STREET.
NICE Rooma, furnished or unfurnished,
1 with or without board, at 137 Madison st.
TWO larg unfurnished rooms, with or
without board, at tit Madiaon atreet, cor
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It will relieve you of nearly all the com
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lae on the Uealth and Happiness of Woman,
mailed free, which givea all particulars.
THE BRADFIEbD REGULATOR C0-.
Box.at. Atlanta, Ga.
Stiike the Iron While It's Hot.
In order to move ovr i-nmetis stock wa
make tbe toiiowing oneri
Good Straw Hat. at SM7.8
Kith Fin. Straw HaU at....Jl, II 25, tl 50, 12
Small Straw Bonnets, all color. 50e
Kitra Wide Brim Hata, tor oountry....a5
Beantifnl Rosea, all colors, pr doten.,
Violet, per doien
Buttercups, per doten .
Carnation Piuks. per d- ten
Eleaant Bnnch- of Flowera
Virtu HianAhnanf Klnwera
Imp irted French Floaers from ..tl to H
srleli urn IS in bunch) for . 85
Fruita, Leaves. Mem , all k'ndsof ma'
tarial to make Artificial Flowera.
Brltlnl and Mourning Onttite
Tb Finest Aaiiortment of DOLLS in the olty
Hata Kwtiill. frafhrrw Clrsned,
ltyel and t'nrlKl.
GOLDEN HAIR WASH by th amall or
Make a Specialty of Silllnery,
Emi.loying th hest hands In th city, give
our whole aitontion 10 it, ana w ueu ova.
pe t i t ion I n Jh at I in.
lfn. 554. R. D In the Probst Conrt ol
;hii., TAimtv. TcnnssfM. Knrnrrd Pan-
riao et al vs tho 1 i.kno-n Heirs of Ara-
( ella M. B icqi' t. des. d
1, .i.i..nrinf trom orininal bill filed in thia
cause that the nnmi and residence of the
beira at law ot Arabclli M. ujcqu., ae
ce.ned, are unknown, but they re believed
tob-nfn.res ilpte i-t the ?tn e of Tennessee ;
It Is, therefore, ordered that thry make
their Hripenriinee hertiin, nt tne Court-House
of Shelny cnur.ty, in Ven-ph'S. Tenn., on
or I elore the first Monday in July, and
la.. A a ..wr or fie nr to cn nl.lainant bill.
orttie ame will be tnken for confessed as to
thmn and set for hearing ex pnrte; and that
a copy ol this order be published ( n- i
wck lor four sncce-rive weeki1 in the Mem
phi- Appeal. Thia 2.th day ;f May, 1886.
BylL. G. Mcllunaltl, Dcpi.tr '-le-k.
John Loag ue, sulicitor for g impl't.
SURE TO BUILD.
BETCRX OF COL. JOSIIU PAT
TEBSOS FROM BICUXO.XD.
The CheMptake L'aloa Depot and
Belt Llae Sheffield Bond
Col. Joaiah Fa'terson, attorney for
tha Mempbs, Birmiogbam and At
lantic, wbo Lag juct retoroed ftotn a
flying trip to Knhmood, was seen yec
terday by a reprswLtaiive of tha Ap
rsAL, to wboiu ! e expressed bimaelf
a v ry mucti pleased with tte result
of his trip.
"Did yon find the gentlemen very
badly f igbtened by tua pioparationa
which Oen. Nettlelon fa making?"
"Not a bit of it," Col Tatterjon
smilingly replied. "Their instruc ions
are to pusli the work of ct nstruc im
as rapioly as potsibie, onitUDg notn
log aod aoing notbirg because of the
opposition; in other words, to btr.ld
the read s fatt as mn and money
can do it, regardless of what the Kan
sas City people are daing or threaten
to do. One of them let fall a very
shrewd lemirk, which impressed me
at the time, rigid be: 'If the Kansas
City Company, with all i s knowl
edge and wisdom, is building to
Birmirgham. I thiok that laving so
gcod a start in tha', direction we nave
a good thing to hold on to." And ha
meant wbat he said. They are all that
wv. The Kansas City people may
build or they may not. But you may
put itdnwn as an asiued f ct that,
tiadeoroo trade, the Memphis, Bir
mingham and Atlantic will be put
through at once. Trains will ba run
ning through lo Tupelo in time for
the cot'.on 8' awn, aod before that
time the contract I r buildiog beyond
Tupelo a ill be let."
I' salon Depot at Abrlea.
A union depot is to be built at Al er-
dei, All., at an ear y cate. lne
tontiaot for brick has already b en
At a number of Southern ci i s
handsome depoti are now in c urie of
cens rocti'n or under contract, and
when the b iJne is once assured and
thebtlt line htrebrgup.a union depat
wi l follow at once.
Blrmlssabnm'a (laslan Depot.
Work on the union passenger depot
building is progressing qnite rapidly.
The business men and, indeed, ail
who take pride ia the erowlh and
proepeiity oi B rmingham, feel a depp
inUrestia this work, aad are h gbly
elated at the idea of the early com
p'etioa of what ia to be one of the
mo t b'aulilul and complete pjssen
ger depota in the country.
The Belt I.lsie.
Speaking of the Belt line, Mr. J. A,
Taylor, ol the Union Railway Com
pny, said yesterday that au vayars
were now in the field. He thought
the line would be plated half a utile
further from the ci y limits than at
A. W. Brokwatf r has been elected
nreeideot of tbe Middleton. Bilivar
Brownsville and Hickman Railroad
Company, Jesse Nortntnt viee-presi-
det t, George T. Inyrdham recretary
and T. B. Kirg treasurer. Ths otter
dirfdorii pnsent weie: P. B Winston,
J. R. Head. J. . W. Moore and bam
uel Kohn. The cap tal stock is fixed
at $1.000. OiK), ti divided ict) chare
of f-5 each V il. Uishaw, the civil
engmfer, baa ben in the field somo
time witn a lull force traking surveys.
ThmM iaa Rood growfid for hop tha'. tha
work will go on at nnee, and be rapidly
pushed to com pie' ion.
New Orleans, La , June 2.'!. A
snecal to the Timet Democrat from
Meii 'an, Miss , ravr: in rumored
here that the Mobile and Utilo Rail
road Company will soon take charge
o! the IX 'W Urlean". and iNortfif astern
brauch of tie Qieert Inu vcnt
route, and ran thiongh pss-
renger tia ns I om bt. l.oum to
ew Urlemi. lne Mobile and O Ai
Comptny tran fdrred its through
frright bUBi.iets to tbe New Orleans
and Northwestern road some time
ago. Tuis report is given t redenee all
along the line and is eliciting much
Chesapeake aad Naahvlllo.
Thft ii.tprost. wheh the Tien ill 9 of
Narhti'le fel In the fate of lhe Ohesa-
peake and Nashville railroad hi al
mrs' died out, but occns'onally tome
th'ng t ai spires that caasf a it to aain
bi brought io the surface. Ktceutly
a propisiiiot URt submitted which
wai to the effect that if the Nashville
stockholders would trarsler nne-ha'f
of tbe stock of tte Clutapf ake an I
Nashville sabscribid in tms
city ti tbe ronetrnc't n citn-
psny, neaie t Dy iinnungt n, ana n
which h: s been alrrady awarded the
coDt'act for build ng the Middle and
Eist Tinn! see road, work w.uld bs
at once cornmenetd between Nash
ville anl Gallatin and both roads
w n'd be completed simulUneousily,
While the grat dwideratnm of the
Nas'ivile pt-uple ii the omplo im ol
a rotd which will afford direot compe
tition to Northern ci iB, ye: there ap
pears agrowitg want of lonfl lence in
tbe Cbesapeaae and Nashville ever
proving a m icfss.
"The g owth of B rmirgham has
cr'sinW been wonlerfal, anl tbe
population hai iacr-aed in a few
jears Irom 4C0O to ab ml L'0,000 inhab
itnt. Hve th ;uand sqiirrs milei of
coil an 1 inexhanstable oeds of iron
f jrm wba' sn s ts be a tine bat is f r
a lariie and prjeperm cty. Hix
faroCcS are cow tunning fud b'aft,
aod f jtir rrors tnilding ard ti bt
built, besides many other sinal-r
tn'erprites that give employment
to la ge nnmber of artisan
and iBo banirs. Birmingham at a
railrotd center is linming up. Tlure
is the Louisville and Ndshvil'e, fr rn
8 . Lou s via L'uisvtle to JNew U
Ua-s; the C ncinrai Koa'hern, via
Chattpnonca lo Ntw Orleans; tie
Geii a Paciff. from Atlanta to Mis
sssippi. A r ad is being bait from
Biruiiighann to Memphis, and one
frnni 8u. Hied t Birmingham, and the
Geo'iiia Cemrtl ii now compht nga
to d lo Bnmmtham. A splendid
union pa;seagpr d'-pot aid car shed is
l, inm ntiilu A fine hotnl has just
b' en finicd and a 2j0,000 ho el
LITER AHY NOTES.
Fkask R STtx'K8TfNs nivelotle,
w! ic!i villi bear'n in tht Angus', CV
itiry and rv.nthrough thrt e itnibus,
is rallfd "The CiB inir Aw,iy tf Mis,
Ltcksaud M s Ale-hi-e."
Is ti e Ju'y number of the Century
there wil b pnut d an aneclo'ai
ske rh rf Mr. 8 o-kton, entitled, "The
A u lit r f t Tne Ltrty, or the Tier?' "
by C. V. with pcr.ia t
Ths'ioor B"!o?rvelt and Henry
Cabot Lodge have written two pipers
APPEALTHURSDAY, JUNE 24. 18S(
on "Crosa-Conntry Riding in Amen,
iea." which will appeir in tbe July
Cenlwy, with numerous illustrations.
An inurcsting illus'ra'td feature of
this nuuiht-r it "A Ia in Surrey with
William Morris," by Ennia Latuus.
Mr. Morris's atcialittic views regard
ing capital and labor are fully ex
plained in a let'erf.om hi id, and the
ubjectis continued ly Wtstem
manufaciu-er, Mr. F. L Dir. and by
a New Vork printer, fcr. Thod re L.
DaVione. Mr. De Vinae points out
same cf 'he d Hi :u ties ia the way of
The Stort or tub NTioni is b ing
told in a lerics of volamea written by
aims of the f3nmost aritrrj of tha
time, and illustrated I eutcptujos'y
as to biirg be'ors tba eye with rial
i't c efletts fome cf tbe more marked
phasea of natimal Ufa and babi , and
poittaits t bat are aa well authenticated
as anth'ng antiquity h-a placed with
in our reach. Thaas volumes are, the
poblieher tells as, intended to be
graphic historical em lies, to pre
vent to (he young the atoriea
of the d fleieot nations that
have- ob tiutd prominence in history.
Tbe volume bf fore ti,"Oermny," by
BnDgiould,Ua fair luilliimeut
of this promise. It begins with the
eailient reconla of tha fa'r haird and
blue-eyed tribes that peopled the
legion of the Baltic, taks us along the
ceuturies through a'l tha tribal con
trs's, the separation of the Uanls, the
defeat of the Roma&s by Hermann,
who Ihua itaynd the tide
of the cruel ani remo-teUas
C. nquerors, on 1 1 tl e Meiovlntti n r i,
and tbe formation of the riolv K man
Kmpite down to thetimsot iiedenck
the Great and tha establishment of
the Prussian monarchy, which now
dominates in the empira r-e s'abl shed
at Veraailes. The story is lull of ab
sorbing inttrjet, and old, and imbed
even well read persons, as well as the
youog, will find it almost lmpojslbie
to Diu the volume down un'il they
reach "the end." If all otheis ol the
series equal thia volume devoted to
Oerojanv. G. P. Putnam's Sons are to
bo coogratui&t d uptn a venture that
ought to i4 ma meet roitiunera'ivti
thev have ever esatynd. Every pnblio
ts well as private achcol bIi uld be
provided with volumes that cannot
fa 1 to load tbe yonng lo the study of
more elaborate hlBtoiics, aid to take
an inters.t intbelr own, the a'seccs
of which is now conspicuous with tbe
rnawea. U. P. Putiam's 8'ns, New
York, are tha pnbliahara. O.dcr
through Mansford, on Main tt est.
A CONTEMPTIBLE PIECE OF Bl HI
Everv Man Mkaald Bold to Bis
Own Oplal.is and Mot Bow
the Haeo ! Baal.
To th Editors of th Aptxal i
It is ti be hoped that the Demo
cratic pariy will not nominate any
man for any oflic. at the July county
convention, who believes in boycot
ting anyone became ol bis political or
labor opinions. There are many
wortbv cit'zeoe who are Republicans
and Knights of Libor, whom I would
not support for any olfice; but
I ciuld not ntoip so low
aa to do anything tt in
jure their bnsliio s. That is
step in mal o and meanness which no
good citizen can jus'ify. A man has a
r'ght to his political and religion I and
sucul opinions; and no man ahou'd
make war npon a Itoman Catholic, or
a Baptist, or a Methcdis' because he
may rot approve any on ot these
religious secis. In lhe geod old days
ol Whigs and 1'emociats oey made
no war upon each o'her's busuietsor
so;ial lelat'ocs But a new older ol
tnimrt has spring up; and mow,
if Ja mrson, or rnrpenttr, or moulder
crpioter need work to support h!s
family, aad is willing to work at what
he thinks lair wngae, be Is not tile
rted a a decent man if he will not
join a union, but is manly enough t
make his own barf a n with h's eni
pliyer, Nay, more; if any mor
oV.ai.t. a filati such an in
dependent Utor.ir, the merchant
in bnvfotted bv tbe union
and avervlhinc d na io iniure his
huslneas. Is th.t D.mncra.;y? The
Rmnhlirana have named BC-Vfril men
as proper candid ties for ofHce; aid
among tbem is on who won id biycoit
Jesus Curisit if he should descend frotr
heaven and send out for laborers, as
he did when oi ear h, and propose to
p v them without getting tbe approval
cf tht u lio t. Lst I) imocra'.s hive uo
boyco'.ter on their ticket.
Aildreaaed by One or III Darnels
tera, and Aakcd to Abate a
To th Editors of th Appeal :
Pleace publish tbe inclosed letter
and g'aiify a sprxbiukr.
Letter to a?rldnt Haddeo,
Fathkb Happen I have never bad
cession to cell on you fir a fvor, and
would not now have the courage to do
so bnt for to olten hsv.ng hear! you
ep ken of ai a mo t kind la1 her, who
nt vi-r nghcts his children, and nnder
such circums anrei 1 uel that l can
ventnra to look after your little to I
living in the neigbborhcol of an alley
mtst familiarly known at rig alley.
running from Unioa street, wi.ere the
tJlia let-ton railroad cros:es, t) unuant,
Now th a allev is olten in a I ear lit
condition and I freqaer t'y have ccca-
s'oa to ( an ttirongh, and a fe daya
ski cun e 1 evcin dtad chickens and
one dognaoUdn toaninimen erizo,o
vou ran well tmaitine tne etenca. ia
addition to tht tMere is cften a rut-
niru a team of water or liitbv tuds,
wl i li sranntoffentive. Now why thi
is p' nn I'e 1 1 c.n't f r a moment I in
air ne. ti ml by aju t lathtr, to i. Attain
it jou wi I some night, when not too
wntry, walk irom Union street u
Cliutiealoa rai rotd to Lindan strett
am tore you will be so kind vstr have
tne entiie neighborhood looted filter
and find, if possible, tbe caum of tt il
fearful "linch, wblcn will dourjtles
cause cholera, yellow fever or some die
ts:rocs ma adv. II I could affjrd to
leave homo, I would sii'elyilo so, for
em nr. ost distressing y ditcoura.ed.
I kerp my promisee ia spo.lt st order
wha; dos it amoaut to, pray tell me,
if my nexr door reifchbir keeps, the
nio-t hideous e'enchee. OI couree my
family tat ti e full benefi, sod I niUHt
ssiurs you, ind futher. all my work
is for no purpes", to di)l-as be to
kind rs to Icok alter yoor llo k, who
ever strive to be m st ol eient to
you' comma id, and y su wi'l en rely
greatly oblige yoar most ot elier.t
Hons Bnlo Mccimat at Jerary Clly.
Jir.sEY Citv, N. J., June 23. A
large borne rule meetltg wat held
here tonijht. Mayor Clevelaud pre
sidin. Atldr. bus were de'itered by
the II n. A. M. Keily, Congressman
McAdoo ando'hrri. (t:iV. Al'ltott snt
a htter of regret and a contribution, ai
alto did Sntor Mcl'nerson. Kight
een Lnudn-d dollars were subsctibed.
8VTAXNAU JUMPS TO 8EC00
And Kashvllle Recedes to Thlrd
AnguHta Yf las From Macoa So
Game at Chattanooga.
tm nriuii i i.i rrill..
Charleston, . s. U., June 23. The
prettieft game of the season waa
played here this a'teruoon between
Charlfston and iSavtnoah, the scire
standing 1 to 0 in favor of tha Forreet
Citvs for the first six innings. It waa
battle of pitcher. O Day against
Weyhing. In tbe sixth inning W'ey-
hing lott h'a head, and by wild throw
t first advanced Collins to the third
base, who afierwatd scored on a tac-
nhce bit by moriartty.
Naahvllle towned Aaalsi.
larsotAL to rat arraaL.I
Atlamti, Qa June 23. One ot the
lamest crowds ever in Ath'elio Park
today witneeeed the tilt between At
lattla and Nashville. Fully 3000
people were present, and the utmost
enthusiasm prevailed throughout toe
game. The new Ilol and Hprings brass
band ws on the Rrounds and lurutshed
music lor toe occasion, lhe game
wai closxly contested and biilliantly
played throughout. The game was
ailed at the end ni the seventh in
ning on account of heavy rain. Score
Atlanta 0 0 0 0 3 0 "-3
Nashville. 0 0 0 0 1 0 12
Ol Conrao, U Waa Pnddlaar. Miller
n no ai irntHi,
IsrioiAL TO vis arraaL.1
Augurta, Ga., Jons 23. Augusta
beat Macon today in a c'everlv con
tes'ed name, bunching hiti in tbo
foatth inning for two runs and for one
double and one single in tbe eighth.
Eight hundred people were oat, and
40ti of them are already down on Um
pire Brennan, although his decisions
today generally invureu tne locais.
Holacher wea hit by every man that
went to the b t, but magriticent Held'
ing prevented defeat and leJuced the
hits to seven, l'hillips again captured
tbe crowd, ana btesri g, in the mi
cons, has firmly established himsjif as
a bitoba'l player of the first rank. His
luse running today was mavnmeent
Holacher and 8uck were tbe battery
for Augusta, and Miller and Harter
(or Macon, llase hits August n,
Maron. 8. ErrorB Augutta, 1; Ma
A Jnsr-HnBdled Uama at Chleaato,
Cbicaqo. Ili... June 23. Todiy'a
ball game was of the jug bandied sort
the vmtora srelt na the worst oi ir
mainly bocanse Wizard Sbaw had a
serious ltmenesi in his iigui arm.
Ryan, who was substituted for Clark
son. did some evoa wore, imi wat
ta'herwild. The lea lire oi tne game
was the marvelous batting of Kyar
Kelly. Williamson and Hines. Wash
ington, 6; Chicago, 10.
Mwndlnsr of tho t'lnb.
PiTTSiiuaa, 3; St. Liule, 0.
Kansas City, 3; Boston, 5.
ATiiLunc, 8j Brooklyn, 10.
Memphis did not play at Cbat'anoo
go yesterday rain.
8t. Louis, June 23. Bauer, the Ht
Lonis League pitcher, has been re.
leased for incompetency.
St. Louis, June 23. The New York
Giants defeated the Black Diamonds
eaeily today in an unlnteretting game
in the presence of 2500 people. Iionuy
wab bo tiering fiom a sire finger, and
made two damaging errors, fr'ore:
H Louis, 1 ; New York, 7.
Thb Edipee (colored) club returned
to the city yesterday. Daring their
trip they nave won eiirhtout ol twelve
games, as follows: Two at Chatta
nooga, two at AtlsnU, one at Mont
gomery, one at Mobile, two at New
Orleaoe. Ronfroe, their crank pitcher,
has won evary game he pitched hut
one, averaging twelve e'tiko-outs a
game for nine tamo. In his first
same against Chtttinooga ht struck
out the firs'; nine men who came to
the ba. Ho has great speed and a
very deceptive downoboit. 1'hulan,
of tne Memphis club, pmnouoceB him
a wonderful pitcher. He will prob
ably play with bii club in an exhibi
tion game hero next Sunday.
W are p'eitsed to note I hut the
members of the C ttm Exchange are
taking such a lively interest in their
match game of baseball, Cotton Fac
tors vs Cotton Unytrs, lor the btio
fit of the orphans, to be held at the
CitUens' Railway Park, June TO h, at
4 o'clock p.m. we know the cause to
be a wortbv one, and trust that there
will be fully 6000 poople on tbe
grounds. The orilmu asylums ae
sorely in need, and lhe people of Mem
phis cnnot assist a moie worthy ob
Ject. Th pi ice of ticket is 60 cents
fjr gentlemen and 25 cent! fur la lies
and children, and they can be pro
cured from members of tha Co'ton
Exchange, the different aioreson Main
street, nd at tha Uutton Exchange.
Tub feavflnnah club has fallen inta
snrious tcanc al straits, accordiug to
all acconms. The Savannah Alrwi
pays: "With the propsct of winning
tbe pennant bef ire it there !e daniter
that tl e home club will go to pieces.
Tbe management is in debt The
p'ayers' salaries are behind. The di
rectors cannot see their way, and nee
lest something is done at ence they
sy tbe club will have to disband.
Tne directors will appnal to ths ptlilit!
this week for sib criptions. Tcey
will canvass tbo city, aud if they do
urttn'et w th a favrrable resporife
tho nlmors will te released at once
ard the club will di.ba d." Our
epecial of Juoe 22J f ont Kwaunah
indicates that tbo nee swry financial
aid wai receive;). Kep
For lhe cpn.iog game at Datro:t
yrs'erday Pi ilaJelpl ia put Coney in
tht box and thut young man wnaprob
b'y never mora teverely ptin:Hhd.
Ilin support Wiis vry good, but 'ho
way De'.ioit bnnched hi'B was dis
couruin. Three hits and a pacd
ball save tbe home club ono run in
the fi'Bt, four hits gave iwi more in
the eix'h. but in the s -vr th unet ot
the work nt dime, with three
srina!,e, a double Bd s triple, giving
Ditrcit live eaixed rons. Philadel
idiiaeeo'eHn tbo lift cn a sirg'e, a
pit', oot snd a poor throw to 8ii:oud.
In the fou th a double and a s ng'e
gave ihtm oue more; in the eighth a
Mahler's choice, three sieglei and a
doable netted three- earned runs,
Both nints fielded closely t rnt:cal
points. Baldwin wal very effective
aod eleven Quakers struck oat. An
dreas anu Mitiuire lad in batting lor
he visitors, witti three hits apiece.
I!;onthsrs waa aatitneu with lour bits
for rive times at tbe bat. IVtrnit, 8;
Philadelphia, 5. 1
THE IIIOHElt CLASSES.
lXTI.REtTI!i EXFBCISEM ATTHE
impuih tan ik
By IbaChrlatlaa Brotbvra' t'olla-
Tbtt Aaaaal Coaaaarnrrmeat
Lsnbtie'a Tneater was
n to wit
s of the
a very select audience at
crowded yetterday altsrn
neta tbe clcainc txerc
higher c law t of t be Chris
College. 1 he character o
taininunt wai fully op to
of excellence for which t
proverbial In all it uederulte.
The s ckI. c imraon senf, pian wi n
which these exercise ar i gotten up is
quite remarkable The
lions, (lecU'iiatiot a, 'rtc '
il aud enter-
musical renli'iona are ?
lo give good training to i
in what is necetsary, U8t i
Toe annual comment 'oient oi tne
college, which will; tahn place at 4
o'clock this afternooa at the Theater,
i ...... I. : ., , i. .
kind ever witnessed, by our citiztns.
The followinii is1 the programme
which was ao suocesiilullv aod credita
bly carried out on ye merday altornocn :
Music, March, Coll.p Hand.
Hooitatinn, le.lruclion of Sennacherib, Eu-
san. Uesjlar. ....
A Muth.r a Lova, Irvlnt Sohloss.
Musio, America, tlXh music class.
Uooks aa Comimnions, tllivar Tailor.
Cluir ema.no, William Cartr.
P.clainatloii, Maturnus to uis uana, Dam-
Music, K o lirnd March, fourth musio
Cbaractor ol R E. Lee, Uumihry Thomp
A Joke, Old Jack in th Well. Joseph Dono-
Muilc" Fodora Waldos, Oolle Orch.stra.
Anecilot. Mr. lllllkiB'i First llabf.Jos.
AJvanUaei of an Intoll.ctual Education,
Mn.ic, ilut. solo, "Norma," D.llinl, Alb.rt
Th. Us. and Abus of Worldly AJrantai.s
A Toast, Mark Twain on Babies, Edward
Musio, piano, "Neok.roeln," II. Llchtnor,
raui aonn.iui-r. jr.
Diiolamation, Hi. Fat of Vlrirlnla, Jobs
laa. . . .
Tl.. M.t.lArn f.Bhiirer. James llrawn.r.
Music, Walts, second music olaas, oroh.atral
Recitation, Th Letter of ManiMe, Qui Chi
Oratorj, Charles Duilileke.
m...ia OntiM,n Piilai.. Coll.a. Orch.stra.
10.1'luwation. Th. Cavalry Charge, Lawrence
An Idea ol bum. Am.rlean Politicians, Will
Music, liuto solo, "La Fill, du R.xlm.nt,"
Ilonltettt, Oliver lavior.
Th Irish Causa, t'hristoph.r Relllv.
Music, Kalhlean I'olta, third uiuslo class
ii i m 1 1 1.' -11 u
Mnslo, Champasn. Folka, Fohrbach. Coll.i
Eatraordinary Kii.rlono-That DoyorOal
l.ither's, K. Ponderrast.
ConelusloD, uiuslo, March, College Band.
MORE MONEY NEEDED. .
Tbe Arooaat MtKary to lroloel
Ibo Soatb Memphis River
"Tbe Becretaiv of War having now
authorta d the use of tbe government
nlsnt." eaid Mr. Proudllt yes'-en ay.
''it is pertinent to ay that there yet
remaius tbe sum of $2150 to make up
tha oitinns' pro rata o! 20,000. Two
thousand fmr hundred and tidy
do lnrs is a baggatelle to tliose wlio
ntotiertv will be absolutely safe for all
time from the encroachment cf the
river, aid who have not s) far sub
tcribod one cjnt. Two thousand four
hundred and lid y d. llsrt Is a very
Binall sum to those who have a large
iLtaiestat stake in the pern anenceof
tbe Tennewea streot railroad con
nec Ion. Will our brothers wbo
Hiflored in 1884 aud wero saved by
a timely appropriation from Conor's
through tho nuited elToit of citizens
wbo did not profit one cent permit
Sooth Memphis to elioulder tbe entire
cott of protecting thorn in their
propeitv? Finally, will any gentleman
prrmit his neighbors to bear burdens
of which he should gla lly hear his
due propoition ?"
The Mibt cription papers are open at
tbe till e cf the Union and Plaoiers'
Bank, also at Mt Hsrj. U. Fa Is A Co.'.
WAB OS 11IE lUKKET 8U0PS.
Wblrh Hereafter Are Mot to Be
eeilv Ike Karhanao ttnotailloa.
New Yobk, June 23. There was
cons'ernation among the bucket
shots today. The flat of the Htock
Exchange went foith that tbe busi
ness ol furnishing quotaiioDB to
buckot shops must case. The indi
cators were removed from over a
dozen bucket shots in Philadelphia
and Irom several in thia city. Tbe
war has been in earnest and the ex
changes have determine! ti leave
nothing undone to break up the sor
vies of tbeir quota'ioiiH. It is said
that there aie twenty-live to thirty
bucket shops in this city which recurs
thoir quotations surreptitiously by
tapping the regular quotation wires.
A number of these concerns hold in
junctions le.-tinining lhe removal of
their "lickerj." It is aeserted that
theH Is a company in th s city which
makes a bminnes of furnirhlng tbesa
quo atiorjs, and hsv over 300 bucket
chops in this and othtr cities on iti
lis s. It do. 8 i'B hus nees very se
cri'lyaod ernplnys scmo fony tele
RACIXfs AT oTVmI'IC PARK.
Truttlnc anU favlna Maeos No
Charae tor Adiul.alon.
The lovers f go d spirt will havaan
opuortunity to g atify their ttstej to
day by attend; ng tree irot ing and
pacing rntet at Olympic Tark at 4
o'clock t'jis evening. Tne iir-t event
will be a trotting race between Ka'e
T., owned by A. C. Traadwoll ami en
tered bv A J. Ca'lin, and Duke F.,
owned by Capt. Fooie and entered by
A. J. Cirlin, jr. ,
The uoxt aitrat t on oa ths card will
be a ptcirw race between Ro e Carlin,
entered by A. J. C rlir, and a gray
gelditg bflonging to N. M. Ilrowu
and entered bv A. J. Ctrlin, jr.
Ths rai iiM will beg'n prmup'.ly at 4
o'clock p.m No ci;argt I r tdiuis
sion. A good afternoou'a sport may
Nniu titer Ite.ort.
Elejautaceomrno'laiione, for $10 and
$12 per wtkat the nist chit'ming
and delightful summer leaorl in Wis
consin. A beautiful lake and elegant
mineral p liiur are altra.tious. Wiite
for cirmlii' and rale".
TONAY V ATilA SPRIXO HOTEL,
PKUPARB FOB FLOOD.
Foundations, cellar walls and build
nifflmibiect to overflow should be con
structed with Louisville Cement. It is
Siibxirlbc for tb? "Appeal."
ATTEMPT IT FCSIOJ.
THE WORK OF A SELF A PP0IXTED
Some Spf calatlons As t the Causes
Vt'blt-h Led to It raanccesa-
B'igh' and early jetlerlay morn
irg a trio ol citizens calling them
selves a conmittro gallopsd about
from 1'inco to Kort V ckeriag trying to
gut up what they were pleased to call
a Fusion Ticket. They called upon
several citizen. pked them myste
riously iu the rila, wound their fin
gers 10 tho;r but onholes, got their
nooks in by degreua and hauled them
out of earshot uf the madding crowd,
whi'e they poured into their eirt a
sweet story of combination, regaled
them with r. ssata visions of big offices
and fat fees, and ttien bucked off on
both wheels ti sek other pons or
tbe discharge of their carg i cf saw
dust. ONLY AN INKLIHU.
Credit niut be given tbem for a
great deal of a hires, as ths most
searching injury fa. led ti dtsover
but one man to whom tbe "com
milles" bad tinges md 'self. They
laid a grrat deal f st ess .t lhe idea
that tiie ticket is to be nonparthau.
The inquiry . ry naturally arises, by
vnooi were may appoluteJ, and wuo
will be willing to respect their man
date when it ts given out? There
are several answers which might be
made to nub a qnestioo.
TUB RKPl Bllt ANS WBAVINU.
But tho moet reaaonuhle solution i
that the movement was set ou to it by
the H publicans. Tbey are disoonr-
aged, tiieir lorces Dadiy scattered,
federal pa rjnage gone, the mames at
war with the boyos, aud, general con
fin ion reigning. Cert tin of drfeat
without some ouUide aid, it seems
Dattrl that they would make up
tbo r minds to accept half a loaf
rather than atlnumt to get tbe whole
and mlas it all. They do not seem to
undent iid that tbe tame conditions
do not eihA how as iu 1878, and t at
any so-catlenWmion ticket will beat
once biaud.' as Republican from bot
tom to (op.
CAN'T DSI.IVKR TUK O0ODS..
Takirg a general view of the field,,
the idea of a furri ticket is about aa
clear and harmonious as the 1:1 16-14
puzzle. The wh,$tt and coloied wiuga
of the Republican party no longer
flop with odo acctttfl for the eupport
of tbe bird. Thearinns subdivision
into which the workingmen are- di
vide! represented peatlv as many
candidates. Toey aroint in hirmonv,
and tbe masses don't care a fig
whether a ltricklayer, a carpenter or
a tinner la put on a ticket, to Ion, aar
good men are put up to vote for.
MO OCCANIOit FOR FUSION
amid all the noiee and smoke which
a lew olllce-huniera are making to try
and bide weakntsi under an appear
ance of strength At present the com
munity, a Democratie community, baa
nothing to complain ot. Tbe manv
agors of tbe party have so far displayed'
admirable taot, and if they have done
anything likely to ctuse popular oppo
sition they bave done it in the dark.
The convention has not yet put out
ilB candidates Tbey promise to nom
ina'.e the best men to be found. Until
thev do otlierwis. there does not seem
to be any neat silty for aa Independent
or fna'on ticket.
AN ODD INCIDENT.
Infelicity In th rasalljr
A short t;ine since a young man
named Oliver Raoitf, wbo resides on
Avery sttet-t, llurd ai the hero in a
I a her tonsitional at rii t ild by pret:y
Mr.'. P.avther, tho wife of a siraet ci r
driver. She had spara'ed from her
husband aud win living in tbe house
with It c i lie's familv, but concluded
to lesve, and acco:dii g to her story
would have bsen killed by Racine
when sic dec'ared her piup.si to
him, except for bis wife. Up to that
time they bid been fast fiionda. sitting
together for a pbotcgranh, and giving
other evidences of an affection which
might have b'en nla'onic and might
not Pretty Mra. I'.ayther'a departure
for Texas saved Kuoiue.aod his neigh
boilu'od hs been serene until uie
pas-, day or two. From all that ca i be
gatbeied it anp an that be made a
Hyi"g trip to Little Rouk a short time
ao. nd when he letnrned hi servant
told him a censutional story about
having seen a lodger naiiud Mendle
in Mrs. Racine's bedroom. He ques
tioned her shout it and the air waa
filled with vo al si arks for a while.
She Ful t t last thut tliero was some
foundation fr the cook's story, but
as everatod her own Innocenue. That
awful man, she said, bad forced hia
way into berteirocm and remained
tbores ime time in spite of her pro
tests. Ricine tiok bis wifs at her
word and swore oat a warrant against
Mendle for i ape, but at ast account
was making an eilort to withdraw lu
Pheba D. Rav to J. M. Coleman, lot
of land netr Rileigb, for $!300.
A. It. Burret & Sons lo I., a. urogg,
60 acres in First Civil District, for
A. A. Wlnbom ana wuo to v. a.
Osborno, trustee, to secure A. K. Bar
ret & Son in the sura of $12 17.9-10
seres in the First Civil Diitrict.
LocmviLLB. June 23. Niitht River
lising.witb 8 feet 10 inches in tbe canal
and (Sleet 8 inches on the falls. Busi
ness good. Weather cloudy and rainy
Arrived: Buckeye Stata, Memphis.
St. Louis, June 23. Night-River
falling, and stauda 15 feet 4 inches on
the gauge. Weather clear and cool.
Arrived: City of Cairo, Virksbtirg.
Departed: Annie P. Silver, New Or
leans. Cincinnati, 0., Juno 23. Night
10 feet 9 iiichet on tho guge acd
about stitionary, Wea'her partly
cloudy and warm. Departed: rinci
pye State, Memphis; Golden Rule,
Cairo, June 22. Night River 20
feet 4 iucr ej on the gauge and risinit.
Weather clear and hot. Arrived: City
til Providence, St. Louis, 3 p.m. ; City
nf New Orloanr, New Orleano, 8 p.m..
D.-purted: Port Elds and bargee, "SW
OrieHiis, 1 p.m. '
riiiny, with 13 fuel 7 inchi-s on the
Bitnge. Weather hravy ran this af
ternoon. The rew Idiewild arrived
at 2 p.m., and wa rcj.Vfd by s
hug! crowd of udiubers at thihnC
iug. llerrin from Cincinnati prve
thut she will be very f. st an l will t
thevervtioht for the Evansville and
Ciiio trade, as she hand ei easily. She
takes tbolpltcs of the sunken Dexter