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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, JULY 10, 188G.
Irish Home Rule Picnic
To Rain Fur Ji for Aid of
Parliamentary Election Expense Fund
AX EST1VAL KARK,
WEDNESDAY, JULY H,18S6.
lmlilon. BQ Crntn.
BAY MARK MU LB From C. F. 8mith,
Horn Lake Landing, one bay mare mule,
bout eight sears old, fifteen handt high;
mane rei-ODtly trimmed. UriDg to F. A.
Jones A Co. 'a stshle nd he rewarded.
STUAYH) OR STOLEN.
SORREL HORSE Fifteen hands hia,
luuie in riant shoulder, Irom Abernnthy's
grooery. on Pigeonroostroad, two miles from
city, on July 5th. I will pay liberal reward
on his delivery to me.
T A Y f OR ABBRNATHV.
ROOMS AM BOARD.
ROSVIS With or without board: terms
reasonable. 140 MADtteOX ST.
OOMS AND BOARD Desirable rooms
apd iioard at 72 Mndison street.
ROOM AND BOARD One well furnished
front room with board. Transient and
day-boarders accommodated, at
218 SECOND STREET.
DELIGHTFUL furnished rooms, with or
without board, south Ten', 114 Court' t.
ROOMS One large front room with bale
cony and one large back room with
largK drepsing-rcom, and ethers as good us
can b. found in the city.
8T. JAMES HOU8K-Cor. Seonnd and Ad
ams sts. Room and board $5 per week.
Day board 13 50 per week.
OOM Furnished room, with or without
board, at Uv Court street.
OARD With excellent room,
ADA MM BTHKbl'.
' NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
with or without board, at 137 Madison st.
TWO large unfurnished rooms, with or
without board, at 6S Madison street, cor
OA Q LAUDERDALE ST.; six rooms,
OtO gnrd n and e stern.
Catholie Orphan Asylum, Hemy avenue.
Mrs. White r house, bead of Front street.
11 Jessamine, near Lauderdale.
277 Poplar street.
4IS Vance, 8 rooms.
Barney Armstrong place, Fort Pickering, 4
281 Main street, Uall, over Floyd's.
275 Poplar street, near High.
Cottages at Bond Sta.,L. A N. R.R., OmiU's.
Cottages at Colliervills, Tenn., Dr. Webb.
354 Linden, 9 rooms.
Very nice cottage on Randolph rd., Chelsea.
65 Mosby, near Alabama.
41" Hernando, rents 115, or tor sale, 81500,
37 De-oto, near Union.
113 Ilill street, near Alabama.
McCall street, third west of Shelby.
W. A. WHEATLEY.
ROOMS Three large front rooms, fur
nished, eonl. and convenient to bmi
ness. Apply at 17H Union street
2 ROOMS AND KITCHEN From August
1st, furnished or unfurnished, at 158
Hernando trcet: references. .
NICE COTTAGE Three rooms, on Col
lege street, near south gate Klmwood.
Apply at 36 Union st. JOS. LKNOW.
23 POPLAR ST.
00MS With privilege of cooking stove,
at JMO. zu l.inuen street.
Y RESIDENCE-409 Vance street, from
tue 1st ot bentomner. Aipiyto
DR. OVERALL, 3S1 Main st.
ROOMS A suit of rooms in Masonic Tem
ple. Apply to HUN F. PRICE.
OUSES-318 Poj.lar street and 136 Ala
bama streot. Inquire ot
J ( UN hEEO, 320 Poplar St.
ROOMS Furnished, ringle or en suite, at
138 Madison st. References required.
(OTOREHOUSE No. 9 Union street, with
D new ootton-room, tnx36 feet.
K. H. MEA0HAM.
RESIDENCE For three or t'x months,
my residence in the city of Fort tiraith,
Ark., with or without furniture. Brick
house with ten rooms, in the most desirable
part of the city (Jood well of water and
hydrant in the yard; house furnished with
gas; near streor-ear line; every convenience
of a home. Address
' R. P. SEALS,
Fort Smith, Ark.
HOUSE A new doublo-tenement house, 4
rooms on each side; liiceljr finis-bed;
large yard; in fact, all convenience, on
Ross avenue. Good cistern. Apply to Mrs.
E. Qnin'nn. 130 Manassns st.
PARTNER With ?2f)0. to t ike half inter
est in Job Priming Bo-mess; estab
lished thtee years and prosperous. Address
TO BUY A Corner Lot south side B?a'e
street, between Main and Hornandn, r
east tide of Main in block south of Beale
street, about twenty-five feet 'rent. Ad
dress, stating location and lowest price,
BEMla, Lock-box 17. Helena, Ark.
SITU ATION As salesman or norter in gro
cery; will manufacture flavoring extrncts
and wash blue. Address R, this office.
ERVANT Man to mBko himself general
ly useful about the house, at 72 Madison,
POSIXIO By a young man twenty-two
years of aye in some mercantile houwe ;
is willing to do any ki dot work; best of
references given. Address
. C. M.i care Appeal.
BATHERS Old and new feathers.
Highest cash nnce raid nt.
IMBAY'S. 4IH Shelby streot.
ASHER AND IRON ER-
At im Vance street.
(100K A white mn to cook for eight or
J ten men. Call on or adorers
T. L. KENS.
Clover Hill, Miss.
HOUSE With six to eight rooms.
Address 177 Union street.
in VERY BOD i To call and see the cele
XLl brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
37V.PSRIESCED SALESMAN - In the
I, wholesale grocery business. None other
seed aptly. Address
X. Y. 7... Appeal office.,
EVERYBODY To spend th. snmirer at
Uuiysnn Spring , Ky. r'or catnlngnes
and particulars call at ticket office of i hes
peake and t hin route, unite Pcsody Hotel.
ITUATI0N By a wbitt woman u c-.ok.
it. m., imw onife.
URSK GIRL-White referred.
At 10) Adams street.
IlVERYB0rY TO KNOW-That I will
Li FILL TEETH Willi GULO for the
next thirty days fur SI 50.
243 Main sroct.
AN EXPERIENCED COTTON M AN
Controlling go-d European crreJpond
ence, fur a PAnTMEK; ill Eastern and
Southern eonneo innf mado; business Kast
pastseaoon ton thous.ind ba'es; lo-'ation best
town in Miriiissippi. References required
and gi en. Address S. B. S..
care lleriuituge Uluh, Nashville, lenn.
3 STONE CUTTERS On building work;
will pay good wages to No 1 men : none
others need ayply. F. QU:Gt,EY,
4:'2 Main street
OOM Bv gent, 1st of July, furnished
room, Willi orwitdont board. Address
J . Appeal nflic".
C CLASSES In embroidery and art needle
J work are now bing lormed under tho
lupervision of Mrs. Samuel May. Ail tbe
newact styles of decorative fanny work and
material, stamping and embroidery to order
MAN to take an office and represent a
a anufaoturer; .SO per week ; fa!l
cap tal required. Address, withitamp. Box
70 vest Acton. Ma s.
SALESMEN In every State in the I'-ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
fSreoiAT.Tics thats.re popular and easy aell--iag.
Can be handled alone or lp connect!, n
with other goods. Address inn w -n. b
PRICK MANUFG. CO.. BALTIMORE. MP
LD GOLO A B I LV KB For cash or ex
ehangx. MllLfOKO, Jeweler, m via n
1UUU dress at once. DK. SCOTT'S
ECTRIG GOODS, 842 Broadway, New
rk The only ten nine.
AGENTS In every section ot the country
for two New Books, just ready. Sracu;.
Team to men of exiwrience capable of fill
ing a large territory. State eii-enence, age
and tan-itory wanted. UASSKLL A CO.
(liinlUd). 8Z2 Broadway, 8. Y., and 40 Dear
Moiu street, Cbioao.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholeaomeness. More
economical tban the ordinar; kinds, and
cannot be sold in competition wi.h the
multitude of low test, short weight aluns or
phosphate powders, tfoi'd only imcan: miiiai
IlAKTVn Pnwnirn (""o lm'. W.'l . .twYcrV.
(lei foci llnnsirlitilil Fnrnitnreat auc
tion Parlor, Chsraber and Kitchen Fur
niture, Camels, .M.i'fne, one good 1'innn,
property of the late Mr. A. 8. McNecr,
corner Second and Poplsr streets. Sn'd
peremptory Monilny saorulntr, July
12tls, ail 10 v'rlork.
A. M. ST"1)IARD, Auctioneer.
ONK W1JHE COW and Yearling CALF.
Owner can have same bv proving prop
eriy and paying charges. E. H PORTER,
Wells Station. I,, ami N. R.H.
On RKW ARD-For return of one BAY
ttZU UOE COLT, two years old;
strayed from my stable; bad on halter with
ro pe attached. F A. JON E 4, 61 Monroe St.
C?nfl RE ' AMD
fpvJUU The above reward will be paid for
the arreBt and conviction of the murderers
of Rosa and Paul Justi.
Brothers of the late Rosa Justi.
FRIEDMAN, 406 Front street, pays
. fullv lue t'.ir 'eci nd-hand Clothing.
DOG A lane black Newfoundland bitch.
The under will be rewarded by return
ing her tn No. 8!i Kxctinrire street.
REMOVAL Prior to removing into his
new atore, H. G. H0LLB BERG will
ell Pianos, Organs. Guitars. Vio'ins, Ban
jos, and everything in this line at less than
cost. JuFt come and see. No trouble tn show
goods, and the prices "ill he sure to please
those who are hunting bargains.
VT O. A. nddress F. A., in strict confi
dence, sxt. I liroauway, few lorn,
CISTERNS Built and repairod and war
ranted. Inventor o'' the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump Contractor and briok
layer. Telephone KK8. THUS. CUBBISS.
GOOD COW AND CALF Mrs. Nellie Ste
phenson, Stale Female College.
CA 00D COW AND CALF At E. Kock'g
VT stable. Seen, d streot. E. KKOK.
ORSE A good, well-bred buggy horse.
M. u- an a Auii a.ti, a union st.
LOT-60xlii0 feet Cheat North side Mad
ison, half a square east ot Lauderdale.
Graded. Apply to
S. W. GAR BISON, 27 Main street.
Lli fn c nij 1 1" r l I - o wwwufluru, uii
' a paying basis. Other business to look
.nwimciiTnHDnv l' I .. . . t : l 1
JORDAN & CO , 136 Mnin it.
TRANSFER BOAT As she lies at Little
Rock. Ark., the transfer boat HAROLD
B., 115 feet Ion ir long, 26 leet wide, 3 feet
hold; good engine and hro-box boiler; can
be altered into a terr boat at i-mall cost; is
in good oon-iition, and will be soldchoan.
Apply to Little Hock and Fort Smith H. W.
Uo., Little ftocn. Arg.
RuCEkIhS, l-.TG llftvina cuuo.uu.a
T to quit the groce. y part of our business
our entire siock o Groceries, Fixture,
Drays and Mutes are fir sale. Anyone wish
ing to go into the wholesale grocery business
can seoure a '-artriin n.v calling o-i
ECKEKLY, STONE A CO.,
bo. 2i8 Front street.
VJ 8 W. BAKHER, Ashtat.d City, Tenn.
QCifl WILL BUY new business for
fiT) WW the state of Tennessee. Ala
bama, Missouri or Louisiana, to make large
casb profit, at once; a monopoly tuny pro
tected. Parties wishiii-- agood businessad-
rtres. MAM FA '"Tf HI-";, this office.
Stiike the Iron While It's Hot.
In order to move our 1'i.menso stock ws
make the following oftor:
Good Straw Hats at 25c, a5c 60oandT5c
Ex ra Fine Stntw Hats at il, II 25, $1 50, U
Small Straw Bonnnts, all oolors 50c
Extra Wide Bnm Uats, tor country. .......Jfto
Beantiful Rosea, all oolors, ixr dosen 40e
Violets, per doien .. 5o
Buttercups, per dosen 10c
Carnation Pinks, per d sen .15c
Elegant Bunchu- of Flowers 25e
Extra Fine Bunches of Flowors 50c
Iinp irted French Kloers from II to 15
Oftlrlcli i iM (8 In bunrhl lor 3b
Fruits, Leaves, Stems, all kinds of ma
terial to oi ike Artificial Flowers.
IIridl anil Meiirning Outfits
The Finest AsM.rtment of DOLLS In the olty.
Hals BHhnMl, Fenf her Clennesl,
Iij t-ol and t'urlrtl.
GOLDEN HAIR WASH hj the small or
We Make a Sp-cinltj T Millinery,
Emr'oyi'ig the best hands In the city, give
our whole cttention to it, and we defy com
petition in that line
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
vl'.t ''.Ipi-Jj ll'Jil
Flr, w-liid. Kafer and lrhtrln
prmif Suitai.le f r all kinds af buildings.
For prices and estimates at factory rates,
oall on or address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MF'Q CO.,
438 A 440 Main st., and 21 A 23 Mulberry it.,
Headqn irt-ws for Ir- n Feno and Cresting,
Ga'vnniieil Iron r'nrniee,Tin Boot. A "toves.
Building & Loan Association
Il Ht-rlra matiirsil In 12A monlbl,
2il strl iimiMrril In 1 18 inoailia.
Pro II I In l Si-r X, 74 p r share.
froHl In 2l Nrl,HI rr share.
Tbe e iwa Hrrlmi p ill nlT In roll.
N-wnrlepi-nrl. Moaey lo Ijiaa.
For forll.r li-f.irinh lion, call
Brrrvlarr, at Mala lr .
N. W. Hft.KUH, ir , ayesldrul.
T. U, BICE, strrretary.
LIGHT kB WATER.
A TLaST TO HE PIT IX AT THE
More Wooden Bridges to Be Built
Doable Assessment General
Tbe Conoty Court met yest?rJy in
artjourned Best inn, and traneautoJ a
mass of general busiuiss,
Bl'ILDINO A LEVEE.
Mosrc. Blind. Jordaa and Wii.tsrs
reported that the cut ot building a
levee tbmpnh liahthic Iriver bottom,
in the Seventeerjtli Civil District,
would be 1 5 J cen'g a cubic yard, onil
to build a or wn of I'O feet would re
quire 10,500 cibic yards of earlu.
Tiiey euugetted that this work bo done
by contract, and I hat the Turnpike
Commisaiontra put a top dresBing oi
pravel on it; also that a cleanup of
fifty ftet be made on either side by
Uih Worklionse eang. The report was
adop'cd and the JSupmintondi'iit c-f
Public Works ordtn-d to superintend
RKrORT OF WORKHOl'SE.
The report of the Workhouse Super
intendent was submitted, ehouir-n the
to'al expeneei of the pot tutoe
months, included f 10'7 far wae?, to
have bten $24 10 01. By which the
account is credited wi h the folio wing
work done: Twenty live thousand
yiirds earth excavations, $5000; re
moving Ftone on State Line toul, $200;
rut ing in fifteen bridges and culverts,
100; hauirg mat.'rial, $300; tota1,
$561)0. An averrgo of eeventy-sevon
men a day were fed, making the aver
age cost 10 cenls per day. The cost oi
feeding mules averfgsd $7 92 per
mottb. General expscses were$38 75;
clothing, $U(i 05; permanent invest
ments, $259 70; feeding, $1045 11.
H. A. Montgimery, manager of the
Merchants' Cotton Cnmpre'S and
Storage Company, complained that, in
addition to the a iseesment of nil tbe
land, improvement! and machinery of
the couirany, the Assessor of the
Fourth Ward had tssetsed him as
innnager $25,000 fir capital B'ouk,
This, he claimed, ti be a double a
S'Ssment. The matter was leferred to
the Chairman, Counly Attorney and
to Ju-tices Hcleman, Towtli and
Charles Jehe, an engineer, asked
exemption from payi g poil tix, as bo
had been disabled in a lailroaJ acci
A certificate of goid moral cluractf r
and licenje to practice law in mntrif
lrate3' courts was granted to N. T. In
gram, Thomas Garvey was appointed a
ronafablo to wait on tbe grand jury at
the Srptemb sr term of toe Crtnural
The mm of $12 wa' appropriate to
euppoit Mre. II. I-'. Hill for the pant
TneChairn:nn was instructed ti is
sue warrants to contractJis for bind
ing bridges whoa tbe Superintendent
should certify that fie work hud been
The Bridge Supsiintendent eubmit
ted the following: By request of the
magi.-tiates in the respective d s'ricta
in which the bridges are needed, I re
spectfully ask that an order be Kiantad
for the fallowing bridges:
An order lo huild a bridge nctow
Big creek, onthe Cuba end Wool
stock road, oil tbe lino between tho
Third and Fourh dis'riiti. Tniu
bridge must be 150 fort long, with a
channel fpan 44 feet long ; cost Dot t o
Alsa the repniriog of the Ward
bridge on Big crtek; ujt to exceed a
cost td $100.
AtKdeigh there is a br'd'o across
Spring br-'neb, on tho New Raleigh
road, that is 100 feet long. By having
the Superintendent of the Workhouse
to mibe a fill we can make a bridge 20
foet long, with bulkheads, atiewur
every f urpose.
Ah order to repair a bridg? acosi a
cteek rear Cube, cn tbo Rostervi'le
and Island 40 road ; not to t x .eed $ i0.
You will ploare have an order issued
for tbe fill and an order for the biidne,
not to excted $70.
A!si an ordir ti build a bridge
antoss Fletcher cte k, on tho Memphis
and Sornervillrt road, Seventh District,
not to ct more thau $140 10.
Al'o aa order to build a bridgs
across R iys'er creek, on the Port-rs
ville and Cuba rojd, not to exciod
Also on order to reiair Wolf river
bridge, on tht Germanto wo and Morn
ing Sun road, at a cost not to exceed
Also an order to drive six piles to
sunport a bant under a span f f tho
Ilindman biidg, on the Hindmin
Keryroad, Sixth and Filteenth dis
tricts, not to exceed $120.
All ordered; but the Superintend-en-,
of the Workhouse will not do the
work until be gets through with that
LIGHT AND WATER,
Messrs. Hnleman, Kandle and
O'D innell snbmitted the following,
which was adopted:
We, the undor.-igned, your commit
tee, af p jinted a ttio last terra ot your
cotir, charged with the duty of inves
tigating the expediency of establish
ing a pant for electr.c lights at the
Cm rhoufe, and tbe far her duty of
devising ways anl mtans of furnit-lt-ing
the said cr tirtriotis end iaii with
an abundant supply if good wa'er,
leg le!,ve to report that we have giwn
bith matt rs our cur Jul considera
unn, and submit the following ai f io
col clu dots which we hnve reech'.'d:
In the matter cf e'ec ric ligWs for the
Con tht tise, we hive lud teveral con
( rences with Mr Cihen, the clficient,
manager or supeiintendent of that
enterprise st tliis p'aite, and have bad
triirn him a proi)o6ition eubmi ted to
i.S civering ell tho details and tital
ostr.f inaugurating the expariment
for this building. But alter mature
delib'.-rdtion, end in view of the very
cousid rable expente to bo incurred
f r the purpose, the infrequency
0 night s ssions of the conns the
1 hea. ened price of gss and ths erly
anpoiiitrai nt of a competent inspector
thereof, we deem it unadvitable for
the county to undertake the project
at this ttm, and therefore report
gait 8t it. Bat in leference to the
qiieHtion of water, we reslize the im
portancs of an innovation, both as to
the source of our supply and fie
qu ility of the element to bs urplied.
In considering remedy for the ills
we suffer in th's respec, it has oc
curred to ns that tbe speediest and
m stsa-isfactory would be a well sunk
ill ht basement of the Courth ,usi
building. With that object in view,
w '. bav dist.uesed the ma'ter with
Mr F. II. Cook, an acknowledged ex
p'rt n big line. From him we have
rewivad the annexed preposition,
which 8 made a part of tiiia report
Fiomtlietit will be reen ihat Mr.
Ciokagriesto g'nk a five Inch tube
well to the depth ot 325 feet, cr mrre,
if nectswry, furnish the required ma
terial as ennmerat d, and guirantee
1000 gallons of water per bour for the
sum of $1(00. With tnis abundant
So oply secured we propose to utilize
it in the accomplishment cf tbe ob
ject slight bv having it conveyed by
steam pump to a rerervo:r or Uak on
the Courthouse, thence through pipes
along CeLter alley to a tank at iail,
thence to be distributed as reeded.
We would also recommend as
a precautionaiy mea uietbe re
openingof the large Cou-thonso cistern
and a proper covering fir fame,
in order that it may be kept filled with
a ready supply of gout wat.r. The
following summsry wili, in cur judg
ment, app'oximute f:e expendi'ure
necessary to mret the "c.n-nmmation
so devoutly wished:"
Fcraishing matetisl and sinking
wel', by F. 11. Conk, $1500; furnishing
and laving vires from C U'thouse tu
jtil, $1175; tnnlt wt Courthonre, $210;
repairing tank nt jail, $10; boiler nul
setting, complete, MOO; reopeuirg cie
ternj at iCour'house and incidentals,
$200, making a total cott of 3500.
This may be regarded es a large sum
to expend for the use of I hat element,
wb ieh, in popular estimation, shou'd
be tike salvation, ' ithiiut money and
without p'ioo," but when it is remem
bered thnt ths county is now paying
annually $1500 for that feeble snbsti
tnt known as ''the third best," we
thin there should be uo heeita'ton as
to ynur action, and f speciaiy ehnnld
tlv's be bo as to tbe ja:l, rs wo think
considerations of bnmanity alone
sullicient to prompt tlie relief which
pure water would carry ta the nni'or
tuoats inmates therein. We theto
fore respectfully recommend tho rc
cep'aocs by the comt (if the proposi
tion heroin made by Mr. Cook, a'so
the accompanying suggtstions of your
committee, that ttie sum of $;!500 be
appropriated as specified, and that
you aproint a committee with authori
ty to make the necessirv contracts for
the prompt accomplishment ol the
Tbe following judges of election
were appointed, the clerks to bo
chosen inter by Coroner Coleman:
First Wnrd Judges, Wa'.t-r Law
less, Trios. McKeon. John Shesban.
Second Ward Judges, Pat F.nnni
gan, Win Kysn, James lieattie.
Third Ward- Jndgfs, Simon W.
Green, P. K. Hopkins, L. S. Hill.
Fott'ih Ward Jtnig s, S A. Pep
per, E J. Badinelli, Kepresen'ntive
Fifih Ward Judges., Frank Cnr.'sia,
J. T. Lawler end N. W. S.iocrs, jr.
Sixth Ward Jtides, John Mergle,
Boh Lee and W.T. Kennedy.
Seventh Ward Judges, J. A. I'or-
r&t. F. A. Jones and b ted Savage.
Egath Ward Judges, Tliomss
Coyue, K. i. Tucker and Wm. F nnio
Ninth Wft'd Judges, , r. juyaen,
L. f.awhirn end F. VV. Buttenhans
TeDth AVerJ Jnitcep, L. K. Wright,
Joi n Btcker and J H. Smith.
First Dietrict Judgpsi, J. II. Sink,
J. G. MtCalla nad J. D Slaughter.
Sero-id Disl 'ict Ju 'g ip, Julin
Dwyer, Spuncer Armour and Tom
Third District- Judge-, G R.Wynne,
D. F. Hawkins and A if Dnndriduo.
Fouith District Judges, TG.Ujwe,
S. K Busby snd N. Jackson.
Fifth Di'trlel Judges, J. D. Monte
donicn, J. P. Sykes aud Peter Morris.
Sixto District (Poin') Judgfs, J. 8.
Tetrall, W. H. It lodes and L. M. Wal
ton. Sixth Di-trict (Rilelgh) Judges, F.
J But row, W. II. Hotlges and P. B.
Seven'h District Judges. S. A. Mun
son. B F. Wibiford and A. Blew.
Eighth District (Arlington) -Judges,
Henry Maries, John PojI and James
Brunswick Jndg's, D. G. Rittnn
bouae, W. II. Bend nnd J. M. Gr Hi o.
Log Union Judges, J. C. Neely, J.
C. Land and E. Wellborn.
Hinth Dielrict Judges, J. II . Pnt-
r.ck, K Snowuen ami John Meliatie.
Kfclierville Judges, J. U. Sandorlii),
J. R. Galloway and John Harris.
Co lierville-Judges, T. W. Allen,
Dr. fi. Irby and Silas Holmes.
. Foirost Hill Judges, R W. Span
cer. tT. 11. Cohn and Spuncer
Eleventh DistHct Judges, H. O.
Garner, A. O'Neill and Jack Biadley.
Twell'h D stri t(OnkvillH) Judges,
W. D. Uanfsjn, K. E. Ellin and 1am' n
Grange Hall-Judges, Dr. Ham.
George Holmrs and Tonoy KdwHrdf,
Thirteenth Distriet-Judgee, P. II.
Bftf rd, V. E. Meur and Burrell hen.
Foiuteenth Diettiit Judges, E. P.
Crrill, W. N. Hemp, George Elliott.
Fifteenth District Jndgoi, G. R.
Powell, Weaver Kendall, A. II Smith.
Six eenti District Judges, N. 0.
McCulloilgln T. D. Mendenliall, Ben
ia sic. i
Sevetitn'.h District (McOonnell'i.)
Judges, Joou Hudspa'h, James File,
: Island Forty Jndgrs, Chrles El
liott, Alf Howard, J(tmo Segman.
Eighteenth District Judge", J. J.
Ualey, Geo-ga Rutland, J. II. Birntim.
LAST SAW RUE.
Ilurlal of tbe floaty of Ilia I.ale W.
J. BIcDermotl at llrowa vlllf).
The body of the 1st 3 W.J. Mc
Dermott, who was accidentally killed
on Thursday last, wps forwarded ti
Brownsville, Tenn., fnr interment at
10:10 o'clock a.m. Friday. Messrs.
J. F. Holot 4 Bio. attsnded to the ar
rangements. The pall bearers were
as follows: A. H. Livermnre, II. A.
Tstnm, R. H. Vance, Peter Tracw,
Fred. Antlcrfon, Rora Samnn, A. F.
Davi', O. W. Towner and V. D. Ftichs.
Many of his frienda were a'so pres ent
botti'at t' e hot B s and at the depo'.
The shopi cf the Livormoro Fountlry
and Majhine Company, on AdaniB
sine', were clcsed f.otn 0 o'clock
a.n:. to 1 o'clock p.m.
out of respect to the memory cf thoir
lute employe and assnciaio, and the
empl ijea eltunded in a body. Mr. W.
J. Bjwen, jr., was with the Istnilv f om
the n-rl val ot the bo 'y at tho resid nre
on Jeirerjoa s ree. unt-1 it wns placed
on the cars at tlie Liuisville hi.i1 Nash
vd.e depot and rendered valuable sjr
vitps. Many others, including a num
ber of ladies, t'id all in their power to
aid and rsniist the (lis re wed widow
and children. The deceased had
many friends in the ci y, all of whom
feel and expreis their sympathy for
the distressed tmd bereaved family.
Bnrlnl at Brawnavllle.
IsrsciAL to thi arriAL.I
Bhownbviixe, Tknn., July 9, Tbe
remains of Mr. Wm. McDermott, who
wss anciditntslly killed in Memphis
yesterday, were bnried liere today.
Mr. McDermott had many friends in
liia old home, and h;s Budden and ter
rible death has caused great sorrow.
Ncoll's) tsnnlaton of Pare
Ool Liver Gil, with hyp' phosphites,
alitost a siecific for rontnmpfon.
TliB thousands of testimonia's we have
re cived from snffireis who have been
permanently cured by Scott's Emulsion
suuHflea p) i that it wnl care consump
tion in itstarly stages, and alleviate if
no; cure In its latter stiges.
Ct Rot ledce Lag-omarstao t d
TOE NATIONAL GAME.
THE NiSllTILLE CLUB AtiAIN
And Atlanta Falls Down Before Sa
vannah Oilier Games and
ISriOIlL TO TBI AI-riiL.I
Macon, Ga., July 0. The Macon
c'ub gave Ninhvil'o anothor diwe of
defeat this aftetnoon. Score 12 to 5
Dnndon and Taylor were kuocked out
nf tlie box in the first inning, when
Mirr pitched the balance of the game.
Muc in bed things her own way, the
visi:or plsying loosely. K'ohniever
and llellui'an caught for Nashville.
Macon put l.outenhcrg in the box f.ir
the first time. Only four hits were
made off his delivery, but he is ter
r.bly wild. Harler w.is his backstop.
Following is tbe score by inning):
Macon 8 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 112
Nashville ,1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0-5
Ureal Seoul Atlanta Only Hlrhetl
earn in Hie l.mlr- Uanio.
Ispicul to thi irraiL.I
Savannah, C a., July 9 There was
an immense ctowd a' the park this af
ternoon, and a splendid game resulted
in a victory for Savannah by a
score of 15 to 1, Atlanta p'ayel
nrs rablv, but there wits only one
s ight attempt at kicking by Atlanta,
which amouuted ti nothing. Moiiari
tv and Gillen, battery for Savannah ;
Wells and (itineon (or Atlanta. Bite
hits Savannah, 12; At'ants, 4. Er
rors Siviiiuii.ii, 2; Atlanta, 11. Score:
Savannah 1 8 2 0 0 1 3 0 C 15
Atlanta 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -.'
I'hlritgo Attala IselcaU Detroit.
CiiicAdo, III., July 9. The De
troit fall down befote McCormiek's
pitching and the splendid fielding of
tbe Uhicagos todsy, Burns making; the
only error in the field. The visi'ors
failed to get a bit longer tban llrtt
base and c-tild not eteal bases. They
fie ded well when thy had a chance,
hut Ch'cago hit Baldwin out of the
box every time th ybithim at nil.
There were few brilliant plays in the
game. Gore Btopped three very high
llios, and Flyun in left field made
three very fine catches. Bennett did
eome splendid catching and deserves
praise. Five thousand people weie
Ohicag 0 0 5 1 1 0 1 0 x-8
Detroit 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 12
llMNeliall NO tea.
Nationals, 1; Boston, 12.
Pittsiiuimi, lj Brooklyn, 4.
Kansas City, 6; St. liOtiis, 10.
Cincinnati, 7; Metropolitans, 2.
Piiiladkli'IIIA, 2; New York, 10.
O'Day is disabled by a Bprained
Lavin Las been released by Mil
waukee. Kbi i.v.the Chattanooga pitcher, has
been diopped by Milwaukee.
Go on today end moo tbe Columbia
Reds p'ay ball. There is nothing
amateurish about them. It's even
money they cin best Nashville in her
present crippled condition.
The Chelsea Baseball Club has reor
ganized and would like to hear from
some amateur nine of the city. Ad
drfsi Manager Chas. Greer, in care of
Western Union Te'cgrapb. Comrniy-
It is make us sore t) se bow cany
it is to be it the Nashville club,
and yet when they tackle our nine
they seem to ha feeding on gooseberry
pie with a rich, yellow gooto egg
Tub BlufT Citys were defented by
the Co'umbia Reds yester lay. Scora:
10 to 3. The Southern Express Com
pany nine will tackle ths Rmla tndny.
If the S. E.'s make a run thoy will be
))lqying in large luck.
The management of tbe Baltimore
American Association Basebull Team
havo signed Tom Dolan, the recently
dischargd catcher of the St. Louis
league Team, for thi remainder of
the sea h in at a salary of $1000.
The Cleve'and Baseball C ub, of
llrs city, will leave for Vicksburg and
n tour through M sMHBippi thin eftet
noon on the LotiUvide, New Orleans
and Texas railroad at 4 o'c'ock. All
players are requested to report nt the
depot at I! o'clock p.m. Th" billowing
is a list of the players: A. D Zinone,
managor;L Rodgers, W. J. Joyce, F.
F. ISroens, B. Seidel, D. Lirkin, S.
It rd, E, Brady, S. Ward, F. Turner,
W. Kaueri and F. Williams.
It is slated on good authority this
afternoon thntCnri-t von tier Alio, the
manager of the American Af socistion
Bawball Team, is shout to purchase
tho franchise of (lie St. Lnuis National
League Team, H this can be done,
and Mr. Von dr Abe thinks it can,
ho will reverse tbe t-wiis, feeling cer
ts in that the Biowns can win enough
of the 1' ague games to be played to
give the leaders a hard pull for tbe
THE KEENE Hit AM ITH'CO.WPANT.
Taeilr Performance of "MeR'a IMver
lon"atr.tllval Park LaM Mailt.
Tiie Keene Dramatic Company gave
a performance ytslerday evening at
Estival Park for the benefit of that ex
cellent aud deecrving lady, Mis. Rose
P. Thompson, who has devoted (he
beit years of her life to the instruction
of the youth of this oity. Tho attend
an e was not at large as the merito
rious pnrpone of the entertainment
desmvfld. The play snlectsd win
Mrij'n JHrcrmun, with the following cast:
Joroin; ' row Ili nry Sullivan
Asiilny Murton Win. Itowen, ir
lusper I'iilifenn I-Mwin iMorrisiin
Ki-liiml Piilireiin A. II. Morrison, ir
i-ytfliii Hurry ltullinii'r
Miirirarot, I llnuKlitors f .MissC. lloliit-n
Ciiineliu, i of trow, i ...Miss .1. Foiiiiiino
Mrs. Nutwull Miss Mury Uainuy
Miss lio'd-in, iu the leading rule of
"Mrg," added to her previous
tr'U'iiplis on tliw anin'eur ftuge, and
rendered htrpi rt with eato, grace and
tiue fe.-bng. Miss FoDpiano also
mi do a very acceptable "Cnmelis,"
whiio' MiHt rRiiiney, eB tlie yi ung
widow, brought cut the salient points
of the churiuter with considerable
succeps. Tte gentlemen in tho cast
acquitted themselves in a manner
tint was very pleasing to the ir
menu". An'.tner enteriainment by
tho earne company is promised at an
Cl'sino prices of Augmt options at
Chicago yesterday: Pork, $f) 70;
lard, ft) 50; clear rib sidtB, $d 10;
corn, 378c; wheit, 80Jc; oato, 28je.
Visitoiw on 'Chanirs vesti rdav: E.
Borland ot New l irleans, A. S. N rfleet
ol Holly Sptirg", Gen. S. W. Ferguson
of Mississippi, Charles M. Greene of
New Orleans, A. W,Groa.
Trig leading Liverpool weekly grain
circular Bays: "The wheat market is
firmer, owing t) the advance of prices
in America. A fair business has been
done at Cd to Is for cargoes, and Id per
cental for deliveries, The tendency
now Is weaker. There wasan average
attendsn-e at today's market. A
steady feeling prevai'ed, and there
was a fair demand. Wheat occasion
ally advanced Id over tbe pries of
the last market day. Tbe sale of II ur
was restricted at the late rates. Corn
wss inactive at unchanged rates."
Oil and Diu u Recortkk: Cottm
seed oil continues to grow firmer by
degrees, and buyers are confronted
with au advance almost every day.
The fart that the greater poitinn of
the crude stocks consists of inferior
quality prevtiitB va'ufs from burden
ing on these grades. Buyers seem to
think that the South contains consid
erable oil, as they are "ry (paring in
their wants. There Is r.o ground fur
tho crude oils to reat up.in, except the
views of Southern holders, whoso ev
ident purpose is to push up crude
values as rWhiad oil advaneee. No
change lies occurred in the price ol
crude od at the S mth. We nre wired
bom New OrieiiBS lint tupplien are
light and hold at 24 cents for prime
mid 20 cent for off grades. Meager
receipts tf peed are being tecoived tt(
New Orleans, for which i" per ton on
levee is paid. From Memphis we learn
that crud-3 is held at 23 and 24 cents.
Kt'MOKNOK NO UK Kill It Jl FX
Hn. Hnrke al Javkaon, Ml. A Nen
l.lne Plain Mew Orleansj
IsrtcuL to tsi irrii..l
j BinuiNoHAM, Al.. July 9 News
ontinues to come from respectable
oburces to theelleet that arrangemenls
have been perfected lor tho comple
tion of the Mobile and Grand Truuk
rnilr.'iid to Ibis city. Money lies been
teenred in New York, and it ii
thought it will not bo long before
operations begin. Tho road litie been
in operation lor thiity milea out n(
Mobile for sjveral year-, and more of
it ia graded. It also eei ins prcbablu
now that tho East and West Alabama
rarrow gauge road will shortly be
built into B rmingham from the pres
ent western terminus, Broken Arrow,
some forty mi'ea nut.
The t'liraaiivalie null Naaht llla,
iBPaillAl. TO Till API-IAL.I
Nasuvili.k, Tenn., July i). Nash
ville is having tumble about her new
railroads. A meeting was held at tbe
Merchants Exchange to secure fit).
OOO.which would guarantee the Hunts-
villeand Mora railroad, giving Nash
ville h big trade in that vicinity
1 lie enterprise had li on on
foot a long time, but tho
nicotiug was lightly at'onded.
Nothing was done and Lope ahnut
abHiidnued. It Uevelnpsd t"diy that
Mr. Hiint'ngton will m l build the
Chesapenko and Nnshville road. He
will build a a ctiou as fur as Gallatin
a d then run bin trains here over the
Louisville and Nashville. This is the
deal that has been feared. Hunting
ton got valuable franclrsis in this
citv, then built the road as Inr aa
Gallaf n, then he bin (led the Louis
ville A Naehville into low rales from
that point here, - threatening if not
givon to build his road from Gallatin
hero. The Chsttanoega A Nashville
bondholders will carry the matter
into courtB fo make Huntingdon build
(ho road nud fu'hll bis part of the t n
done lo Jarhaaa.
Maj. M. Buiko, superintendent ol
the MifsiSHtppl and Teuneaseo tail-
rond, formerly Ftiperintondent of the
Miisissippi alley railmad, spent
Wednesdiiy at Vicksburg, Mise. Ho
was accompanied oy uapt. W. IN. Mar
shall, also connected with the Miss's
sUsippl and TennecsBO railroad, for
merly master df tiaiiHpnrtatien ol tho
Vallev railrotd. with headiiiiarLers in
that city. They left fur Jackson at
New Orlrnna lo the Norlhniat.
A iatty of gentlemnn from Natchez,
Mifl., including tbe lion. Ipaac Liw
enbnrg, Mayor of Ihecity; Sherill' J.
W. Lambuit, who is a'eo proprietor ol
the Natchez Dnnocrat, and Me srs. A.
II. Foster, R S. Dixon, A. Beer and
S, E Rumble have been in Kansas
City, looking after their intertsti as
stockholders in the Fort Scott and Da
ko'u railwnv, wli'ch is now in coimo
of construction by way of Nati'hr a lo
the a new eonnwclion between New
Orleans and the Northwest.
Irleuiiihlsi mill t hiirlralon.
A cfloit is being made to induce the
Memph'B and CuarUstin railroad to
huild their contemplated ex tension
from Stevenson, Aln., to Chattanooga,
by wsy of Japer. It will bs remem
bered that at their hiet nieo ing here
the st ickholdi rs of the Memphis and
Clierleslon railroad, in view of the
approaching expiiat'on of the lease
under which they uho the Nashville,
Chattanooga nnd S'. Louis (rack be
tween HoveiiBon and Chattanooga,
took action looking to the early con
struction of their own track balweeu
A TRIFLE PREVIOUS.
The Mmltnf Held I.ail Night at
(jnite a largo meet iig was held by
thecili.ens of tha Second Waul last
night in Cochran Hall.
Joe Flvnn wm elected chairman and
Wsltr I'ope secotary.
Mr. .lames F. Ilm tnr n'Mressed the
meeting and offered the following rs-oluli'-n,
which was almost unanimous
ly rained :
WiiiiitKAN, An o'ecticn bss been or
dered !y the Democra'ic Execu ive
Committee of Shelny com ty, to be
held el tho ( our1 Iidiis, on the l.'lth
instant, for the pii'pose of selecting
delvgat s from the S n ond Wu d to a .
tend the I) mocrat c Conven'i n,
wh ch convi ius on tie Titli iin-taiit ;
ft ti il wherra, the same bss len pub
licly ton io known through the daily
pa. ers, and Ibis mee ing w o; ly
known to a few voters of s'dd
waid nnd ca' led ut the inslencoof a
few; I here f re, be it
lirmlvid, That this meeting make no
rciomnr niletion as to who shall run
as delegates, but let the voters deter
mine who shall bo their de't gates at
tho ballot box on Tutsdny next, tho
A MONT LIBERA!. OH KH:
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Belts and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afllicted with Nervous Debi ity, Lose of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. 1 11 us rated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, moiled free. Write them
Immense Georgia watermelons and
fine puaohes at tiiesb re ol Kirk Allen
& Co., Front s'reet They are the t st
In the market, and are rllWed for sale
at reaeorab'e prices. Call and s nect
what you want or oider by telephone
as eatly as possible today.
iur uojio, bit wes,
WHO ARE ENGAGED IN SELLING
LIQUOR WMHOUr LICENSE.
Slurtllng' Story of 'Waste and Law
lesssess Told by the Report
y of Police.
The Chief ef Police, like "Koko" in
The Mihuh,, "has a little list" as long
est prohibition p'titi -m, ai ol equal
length with the moral la, though
these wln-ie rnmesgo lo make it up
have little to do with either. Every
now and then in the hisioty of the
city movements have been mado look
ingtoward tbecillection of license fiom
a larke clans ot small groceries, who
caunot (scape the Unitsd Statss In
spector, hut depend for immunity
upon tbe wholesnue fear of their ani
minityet electinns entertained by some
cllictiLuldets The history o! every such
movement bni been the same, no one
yot huvng been Luid who would
et ic.tly enforcs the law lor any length
cf tino. As an exenee it has be?n
nrgud that mopt of the offenders were
"poor widow women," who must suf
fer if obligal lo pay hceiise.
President Haddon rece illy began a
ecarchir.g chiivius ol the city, inetruct
ing Ilia pclice to take down and it'; ort
at headiiiiurters tho nnniii and address
V every grocery keeper wh) sld
lljii r by the drink. They have tin
ibhedand have apparently done their
work well. A list was shown tho Ap
peal man a the Station House
yesterday which contained 2till rnnies,
and revealed the cild ftct that only
tift-thiee are .."poor widow women,
Ilia remaining 210 being men. At
most of the places a I'nitul fctitas
liceine was. tlispluved a d there wai
whisky In ght. In a few groceries
where wbiiky could hesen.no licensea
of any kind vuu'd be lonnd. In the
column ruled off for remarks such ex
pression as Vindicaliors" and "siis
pieioui" ara MMitten, and it is pretty
bsIi) to say that if the patrolman will
admit that thefo are indications, he is
pretty whII cpnvinced thst whhky
may lie had by the drink. Nearly ail
of these places niuko their money by
pelling on Sunday. The city license ia
JtiO a year, the Cntted Stales licarse
27 VOundtbeStiteand county iiinslhe
ligura up to ;tll7 70 a year fir let iile-s,
a grjggery being liithlo lor exactly the
earne amount as il regular uptown
fa'oon. Eight arreets wers made by
the police yesterday, a forfeit of $25
being taken in each case. If the en
lire 2HII paid the licensn of ti0 per
year the ci y would boJl5,7S0 belter
oil a turn siillicient to light the en
tile ci y the United States revenue
would bo J7285, Slate aud county
J tin ,7.r)0
Th's makes a gtand total of f 88,815,
which the dllicers of the law srec m
pelled to cjllect if they carry out tho
law, and none ol which, exept that
to t'to I'nited Statts, is at preicnt paid.
The county cross roads grjeries
would swell the amount ociiHiderably.
These llgiinswi l doubtUsi he a mr
priee to the average citizen, though it
is an open secret that liipinr is sold
without license. The extent lo h!cn
it bus been allowed to grow, however,
is nut generally known. Probably
tho best posted ate those who run
legiilur saloons, open and above
board, and pay the full amount
of the license demanded. Tbe
latter have (elt it for some
time In a pecuniary way, a
fireat deal of custom going tn the un
icenfed groggerle",, which they would
othernisj g. t. They are very anxious,
therefore, to use what influence the;
have nt the fuming election to get e
man into tho Attorney General's oflid
who will enforce tbe psyiu-nt i'
licensifl. Mi st of the groggenes on tin
li t now in the bands ol the police
would be likely la clone if the icrews
were put to them. They nrgbt cou
tliiiie to live, in epite of 1'ree iitei t Mad
dens determination to make them pay
tbe city license, but would knock
under if the At'orney General came
down with the law. Thev n-e doing
their work very ipiietly, but Ihey will
be heard fioinon Tuoeday next. They
have no doubt about the stand which
would be taken by tho man wh e
Ihey have picked out, and Ihey are
not hampered either by any U&j that
so puritanical a stand will be taken
as to f-uco them to close up any day In
the seven if due decorum is observed.
The Attorney ieneral Is a State offi
cer, and it Is to him Ihat the public
l as to look (or tho collecliou of the
1'ipior tax for the Sta'o and county.
T'lking'lie figures given abiveasa
buiir, it will be s wn that tbe State
and county has lost f:ifl(l,(K10 by
fimple failure to collect it in tho lost
ItlNi'Hxra. I'rnnt Plninlrs to Nrrofala,
CnrtHi ly iillrora.
Hundred nf loiters la our possession,
doiiios of which mny b hail by return of
mall, repeat this sturr: I have been a terri
ble sullerer for yesrs from lliseases of tha
r-kinanJ Ulood; have been oliliired to ihun
public plnces by reason of my diitlirurins
hmuo'S; have had the best rhioiani; htva
si'oiit hundreds of dollars, nnd not no relief
until I used the Cktic.uk Ksmkdiss. whiob.
haveeured me. and left my skin and blood
as pur as a child's.
ovt:iti:n with Nttvr khkitm.
Ci'TicuRt Kasimics are the a-reaUtt medi
cines on enrth. Had the orst flute of Halt
Klioum in this country. My mother hid it
twenty yesrs ago. and in faat d ed from it.
I believe CimctiK would have saved her
lite Mv arms, breast and hed werecov
ered for three yours, which nuthiiiR rel oed
or cured until tuned the CuriccaA lUeoi,
vsnt, interiiully, and t'CTlcua and C'UTI
ci'sa Siiat, externally.
Newark, 0. J.W.ADAMS.
HEAD, !'(': AMI IKIISV RAW.
I cmnmenced In use ruur f'l'Tici'RA RltK
Dll.ri Inst July. My betid and fa-e and soma
part of my body were iiiiuust raw. .My heia
wns c-ivomd with scabs and sores, and my
sutTering was tearful. I bad tried every
thing 1 bad hen pi of in the K'St end West.
My enso was considered a yorv bad one. 1
have now not a pnr it-la ol Skiu Humor
abuut lue, and my esse is considered wonder
ful. MK-i. . K. Wllll'I'LH.
lutsi ruen ni;' to fkkt.
Cburles Kayra llinkle, Jersey ('it' II k-hU.
N. J., writes: " My son. a lid of twelve
years, wns completely cure-t ol a trrribl
cane of Ecisma by the funccRA Raiiguias
1 . . I .1 U . 1 1 m : . Ci.TWn.1 A
ire .UIU Blor,miBin. i ilm. vl .i. . .wv
oentsi Ci'Tici HA SoAe, 2ft cenu: t CTiceaA
IVK-OI1.VKST, 1.'". I mii.ir m. .uiiaa
Dauu and Cukuical Co., Bosion, Maes.
Send for"How toCprrSklo lllaraam."
HPimQ Piiunlrs, Skin lllemishes and
UnUOO, jjttb7 IJumors cured by Cun
Backs, Pain, Woakneeaaad
unaiion of the kidneys.
Shouting Pains through the Loins.
Ilin and Bide Pains, Lack ot
titreumh and Aciivitu rflls-vrt It sm
ni'nuiei and si eedily cured by the Ciati
rurs Anil Palu fiaairr, a new, origin
al, alerunt and infalli le antidote to nam
and inSnmniation. At dr-isgists, 2"io-: tva
fnr It. mi; or iwstsve froe ot lu-r Drasr
and hsmle.l ('.. Hii.tna, Nmiis
nEKOCRATB TO TIIE FRONT Ta al
ployment In any ol the departmental
Washington, or any other positions and
toe woTernmoni, i wiiisonv iuii isbwouob
as ia how to irMeMl to obta:n the saa
aod Blaak Kormaaf Atiplleiatlssw a
receipt ot On Dollar, adaress JetilBI
1). VVIIliH, LrOoti.lMJB MS ( hoe(