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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, JULY 22, 18S6.
A FRIEDMAN, 406 Front street, ajs
full T lna fur Secnd-hand Clothing.
DOG-A larsa hlaok Newfoundland bitch.
Tbs Under will be reward-d bTeturn
fai her to No. St WxMianre street.
HENRY OR MICHAEL MILLER Son
of Conrod Miller, of Cinoinneti, 0.. by
by returning to Oinoinnati wi'l inherit pron
rty from a relatire lately deceased. Ad
dress WM. WHITE.
233 Walnut seet. Cincinnati, 0.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inrentor o' the tianltarj Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone 8, THOB. e'l'HBlNt-t.
RED COW On Friday. July 18th, one
red eow, with brind e and wbi'e siuts;
bad on rope halter. Will pay five dollars re
ward for h.rr.ttuato o WALLEB,
corner Dunlap it. and old Raleigh road.
BAY MARK MULE From C. F. Smith,
Horn Lake Landing, one bay mare mule,
about eight years old, fifteen hands high;
mane recently trimmed. Bring to F. A.
Jones k Co-'s utihle and he rewarded.
UPRIGHT PIANO-Good as new, cheap
lor cash; or will exchange for board.
Addresa K .18, Appeal office.
YANDELL TOP P1I A ETON First-olass,
neatly new, for sat cheap, at
2 BOILERS and Ermines in good order, and
all kinds second -hand machinery, at 8.
OABAY'H. A'nte- d' om hori-h't. Memphis
AT A BUi'MIN-ity reidenoe in the
town ol rUrtlet', suitable for a physi
cian. Address DIV. OUCH KAN,
Ba tlclt, Tenn.
GOOD HORSE For light work. Inquire
ot John Kennedy, at Blown k Jones's
stable, on Monroe extended. Cheap.
INE BRICK RESIDENCE On Beale,
between i,auaerdale anet Wellington.
J. M. TRKZEVANT,
32 North Court street.
PORTABLE Engine and Corn Urhtailll,
lfl horse power ; No. I oriior; cheap.
TH03 DELANY, 124 Front St . Memphis.
SECOND-HAND ROCK A WAY B'ure's
make: at-ost good as new; very (heap,
. w J. (
LOT-60xl60 feet t'hnau INorth side Mad
ison, half a square eastnt Lnu.lerdiilu.
Graded. Apply to
SW. GARRISON, 2ff Main street.
C10NF ECTio'N ERY W oil established, on
i a paying bais. Other businost to look
after. Uquire f
JORDAN k CO , 13fi Mln st.
TKANSFFlCllOAT As she "lies at Little
Rock, Ark., the transfer boat HAROLD
B., 115 feet lonx long, 26 feet wide, 3 leet
bold: good engine and fire-box boiler; can
be altered into a fetrrboat at small cost; is
in good condition, and will be suld chcan.
Apply to Little Uock and iort Smith R. W.
Co., Little Rock, Ark.
-STORY BRICK DWEL.LIN0H0U.SE-
Ro. 85 Klitmriire street. Inquire at
HIRSCU A 6K0NAUER, 289 Main st.
UITE OF R00M:'-On first floor.
At sir. Bhelny street.
URNIRUED ROO'IH-Without board.
COTTAOB Thr-o or six rooms, furnished
or unfurniebe'l, comer Fifth an dUrt en
law, Chele.t, no liiuo ttreet car line. In
quire on iireiui'tf.
FURNISHED K)(jMS-At56 Monroe St.,
onetquare from Peabody Hotel.
ptQ ADAMS STRFET One room on
ground floor 22x45, suitable lor office
OUSE 01 seven rooms.
Apply at iiu Madison street.
iIAN"H, Organs, Ouitars, Banjos and
Violins, ail styles and prices.
HOI CK'S, 3X9 Alain street.
OAQ LAUDERPALU ST.; six rooms,
Otu card n and o stern.
Cithol'e Orphan Asylum, Ueny avenue.
Mrs- Whi e'- house, bead ot Front street.
11 Jessamine, near Lauderdale.
4118 Vsnce, 8 rooms.
Barney Armstrong plane, Fort Piokerlng, 4
21 Main street. Hall, over Floyd's.
275 Poplar street, near High.
40 Hawley, near Poplar; pirt lorntshed.
Cottages al bond Sta.,L. k N. R.R.,0r 1'1's.
Cottage" ai Ollierville, Tenn., Dr. Webb.
354 Linden. V rooms.
Very nice cottane on Rindolph rd., Chelsea.
6ft Mushy, near Alabama.
449 Hernando, rents (15, or lor sale, 11500,
37 De-otn, near Union.
113 Hill street, near Alabama.
tfoCall street, third west of Shelby.
Store 31i Front street, near Union.
W. A. WHEATLEY.
NICE COTTAGE Three rooms, on Col
lege streot, near south gate Rim wood.
Apply at 36 Union St. JOS. LK.NOW.
ROOMS-With privilege ol cooking stove,
at No. ZO Linden street.
tiOMS A suit of tooui in Maso tin Tem
ple. Apilto HUN f. rmifl.
OUSHS 314 Po(lar street audi"' Ala
bama strrot. ti quire or
Jt UN KKE, 320 Pnplur at.
OOMS Vurnisbed, 'ingle or en suite, at
log Madison it. Koferenc.s required.
QTOREHoimii! No. 9 Union street, with
O new ou'.ton-rooin, tflx.'lo fort.
K. B. M HA' HAM.
RESIDENCE Fc r three or n months,
my residence in the city of Fort Hunth,
Ark., with or witr.oir furniture. Brick
bouse with ten rooms, in the most desirable
Eart of the city Good well of water and
ydrant in the yard ; house furnished with
gas; near stree'-oar line; every convenience
of a home. Address
R. D. SEALS,
Fort Smith, Ark.
AN An A No. 1 man to run a planer.
Apply at tnie onuse.
00K-Apply at No. 231 Union street at-
tor o c. clock p.m.
ARM HAND Apply at
Dr. Ziermann s, a Second st.
GOOD WHITE GIRL References re
quired. AppJy at liil Second street.
TWO OOOH HORSE-SUOERS-At No 36
WashingUm street i KKD WKIVF.R.
1 fr( X.HS. FaATUERS-nishost ca h
1UUU price paid by GAHAY, Memphis.
EVKRYHODV-To call and see the cele
brated irov Clltvoyant, at l'7 Third
gtreet, near Pnrlar.
I AtY AGBNTa For Mrs. Oampbeirg
J-J Now " Tiltor "a Illtr, Bustle, Hoop
skirt and Undershirt combined. Hoops can
be remored and skirt laundried. Adjusta
ble to anyeiae. Voy fashionaole, and sells
for 1 to every well-dressed ldy as soon as
shown. A rents doohle their money. Al"0,
a lull line of new furnishing goods for ladies
and child-en. Address, wita stamp, E. II.
CAMHI1K1.L4C0..N0. 4i4 West Randolph
"0 UHY Kor eah, a cottage house, 8e or
S Krn-iiiB Address CASH, this offloe.
TRONLRS At Memphis Stoam Laundry,
22leo nd street.
I9 WORK Morni-g and evening (or a
prirato family by a (i man. Andre.-s
I;. 15. K,,Apieslom-,..
SITUATION As SHleMn'in or a tter in ro
enry; wi'l ii.anntaiuure 8;ivoring extract
and wash blue. Address R, this oiSca.
iv ith six to eitftit rooms.
ulilrrss 177 ''ti'ini street.
EVERYBODY To spend th. snmner st
Grayson fnring , h'y. r"or catJilogTies
and particulars call at ticket office of Chesa
peake and t.'hio routo, un'le' Peam,ly Hotel.
white womin hs cook.
K M., this office).
EVERYBOnY TO KNOW-TLat I will
KILL TEEIB WITH GOLD for the
thirty da,, for Y WEON.
243 Main sreet.
AN EXPERIENCED COTTON MAN
Controlling good European oorre'pond
noe. for a PAKTNER; all Eastern and
Southern eonnecionf mad; business East
past season tentbonxand bales; location bet
town in Mississippi. Keterences required
and given. Address B. I, S.,
care Hermitage Club. Nashville, Tenn.
QALESMEN la every State In the "-tm
P to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
Bpeoultikh tha tare popular and easy sell-
Can ha DAndlcd alone or in connection
roods. Address 1I1H WM. K.
'PICK V ANI'K(. CO,
vLI GOLD k HIIAKK-Fnreash orex
' chan. M LLF011D, Jeweler, 2i4 Ma n
Dj-J (f( SALARY TO ABKNT8 Ad
Zl))J dress at onoe, DR. SCOTT'S
ELKCTUI'J OOUD8. KU Broadway, w
lark, lb aly gen ulna. ,
This powder sever varies. A iiarvel ol
pnrity, strength and wholcsomenris. More
economical than the ordinar; kinds, and
cannot b sold In competition wUh the
multitudo of low test, short weight alum or
phosphate powders. Hold only tacars. Kdul
hirrro PAn.t f1,.., ICO Vol' ' wVcr.
POCK El BOOK-Bet Main :i-)d Fxchar.ge
st. and old Raleigh road and Manassas
St., a red HusMa leatbe pt'Cetirok, oon
tanlng money and be.nl-. Fiiiiisr will be
rewarded by leaving at t' Is off t.
G, OLD k,'K OLAH- liS-tt iih chain. Lib
I" eral row- rd wil I e pa'd t" tseui at
HKXTMt'ri. M Vxlnnrest
R(M)MS AM) R0RP.
ROOMS AND BOrUiD-NswIy lurnished
room', w'tll boa il, Htl lartat street.
tritliont board; terms
1441 MADl'lN ST.
OUMS AND BOARD T'eslralie rooms
and hoard at 72 Mailisnn street.
ROOMS One large trout room with bal
cony and one large btick room with
larg - dressing-room, and ithers at good as
can be tou'iii la the oily.
75 UNIt'N ST.
F00M Furnished room, with or without
t board, at lli Court street.
BOARD With excelietf room,
124 ADAMS STET.
' NICE Rooms, furnlshod or untarnished,
' with or wit i, at board, at 137 Ma I'son st.
TWO large nnfurnished rooms, with or
without board, at iMadisun atrtet, cor
Prof. Chs. Ludwig Von Seeger
Profenor ot iUiHtinr at c Royal Vnirmtit
kniahl of tht J7 AiuSrinn Order oi tkslrom
trmm: KmiktXumminiu'rr of the Uoyal Dpa'
(Jfl 0 Jmbrlla) Kngt a tic Royal
Prlrn Ortter of the Kid, EyH; C'aeraiiw
0 Bit Legion ol Honor, A'tc. , Ak'. , says t
LIEBIH VO.'S CttCA UEEF TOH1C
should not be confounded wiih the horde
of trashy core-alls. It is in nosenseol the
word a patent nmedy. I am thoroughly
conversant with its mode ol preparation,
and know it to be r otonly a leg tiinate phar
maceutical pr duct, b'.t alio worthy of the
high commendations it has received in all
iiarts of tbe world It contains etaance ol
ieef, Coo, Quinine, Iron and Cal'saya,
which are dissolved In pure genuine Span
ish Imperial Crown Sherry."
Invaluable to all who are Run Down, Ner
vous, Dyspeptic, Bilious, Malarious or af
flicted wiih weak kidneys, ateware ol
iter Hajeety' Favorite Coamefle
Used by Iter Royal Uiyhntm tin Princeu OS
Wain and the nnoihty. For the Skin, Com
plexion, Eruptions, Chappinif, Roughness.
vl 00. Of druKgists.
EIEKIO ' O.'i dsailse Kyrnp of
HnrHKpnrllin is guaranteed as tbe best
Sarsaparilla in the market.
K. Y. Depot. SH IW 1TB BAT WTWEF.T.
A MONTH, Aei.'i wanw-1. SSwl.il
Ins .r:icnv In i 1 wniritw Tree. Ad-
Sr., .1 A Y It )I ON SON . Ili troll. Uloa.
Infantile and IJirtli Humors Speedily
Cured by Cutlcnra.
17"0R Cleansing the ?:tin and Scaln of Birth
J? Hu'uor, tora luyiug Itchinr, Burning
and Tnd immation, tircnriic the first symp
t :ns of fieroH, I'soriasis, Milk Crut, boud
Head, dorofulaand other inherited skin and
Mood diseases, Ci'tirur, the great Hkin
Cure, and Ctir irvR 8oap, an erquisite Skin
Benutttier, ex'nrn.tlly, and Cimcuaa Kk()I.
vknt. the new LlooJ I'urilior, internally, are
lniuuiDie. Ausoiuioiy pure.
Mr. and Mrs. Kuett Sr. bbin. Beleher
town, l"i., wr.je: "Our little boywtster-
rimy atniotea uii'i Mtrotuia, halt Hheum
and Krysii elas, tver cnoe he was horn, and
nothing weoout'l give him helped h m until
weuied I'utii Ul-.A likUKlilss. which arndu-
ally nured bim, until he is now as fair as
any caw a.
" FROM HEAD TO FEET."
Charles Eayre Hinkle, Jersey City Hishts,
N. J, writes: "My ton, a lad of twelve
yeara. was completely cared ot a terrible
rase of Eeseina by the CcTiruBA RaUKMBa.
Vroni tbe too of his head to the soles of bis
feet wieone in-vs of scabs Lvery other rem
Jyandpbisioians had been tried in vain.
A 1 1TIXK BOY CI RED."
TCnh k Nssh. Cnvlntfton. Kt . write:
"0n of our customers bouiht your CnTiooaa
Rkukdiks lor hit little boy, who bad a kind
of humor in the head, so tlit he was a so id
scab of sores, fie was entirely cured, and
his futhir says he would nnt uegrudie tow
tor tbe good ithw done him."
Sold everywhere. Prioo: CcxiruB, 60
cents; Rkholvknt. I' 00; hoap.,2fi cents.
Prepared by the PoTTm Dut;o and Chuh.Oai.
Co., Beston, Mass.
Bend for "How to r NhlD Isfooaaea "
17 8 RV T1,f 'ollrur oi. an exuuis
e tj i jtriy iiriuined wkm Hunnflrr.
R HE IT M A TIC TAIN S
V Neuralgic, Sciatic, pu.Iilen, Sharp
"TtflJTj anrt Nervous 1'ain'snd (strains r
v5f lievwl tu otkn mlrioit- by the
1V'Q0 mst irfect antidote to puin
I J i.cd infl luimation over compound
ed. New, origin 1, inrt .ntsne us, infallible
Mid safe. At nil drug Ists, 2"o t live for
tl.tlfl; or po'tnuo fr-e of I'uirrr Slra and
'reiiii e . so'-'tt. n
Oiicul' C"uri of fehulby c uinty, Tonne'soe
Klsie Moods vs. William MWiy.
It appearing to tbe Court ch a on the Mb
day of M.r h, IS;, tbe prtit'nn, r, Klsie
Moody, ti'od her petition in this Couit
against tf" ss'd Will'am iMoodv; and that
on the th day of March, ly8t, a sub
I em to anx'erwss ifmi d egninst raid de
ft usnt by tbn Cork ot this L' un requiring
hiia to appear in tbe vause and make de
lense. which ws-plaoed In the nandsofthe
Sheriff of .Shelby county and bj him re
turtied March 10, 18t, defendant not to be
found in his cunnty: and thereupon on the
5th day of April, IrtSo, an alias summons
was issued c immanding tbe Sheriff to sum
mon sxid defendant te appear in the cause
on the third Mooday In May, ISHfi, to answg
tbe tetition of tbe said Klsie Moody, an.l tri
Sheriff, having made return on the 17th dl
May, IWi, that a'ter diligent search made
the defendant, William Moody, was not to
be found inhisoonntyi
It is therefore or lered, adjudged and de
creed, That publication once a week, for
lour consecutive weeks, be made in the Mem
phis Appeal, a newspaper pub'i bed in Shel
by county, requiring the said i liain Moody
te personalty be and appear in this cause on
tbethird Mondyinbeiitmbernext,then and
there to ansacr the petition of the said Elsie
Mood-, or the samswlll be taken as con
fessed and the oause will he trie) ex rarto.
A eopj attest: JvSKI'Il L HL, Cle.k,
By Ueo. J. Campbell, Deouty Clerk.
James Oallaghcr, AU'y fjr pl'ff. tat
MAT MAKERS STRIKE.
THE WORK OF PROTECTING THE
B1YLR FROAT bTOPFED.
One Handrtd and Thlrtj-Flve La
borers Hake a Demand for
An Appial mtn who paid a visit
veg'erday eveuicg to the scene ol the
works wbicb bave been doing on for
lime day j below Beale street for (lie
rrotection of the Fort Ticketing b'nllt
found them de-erted, sn nntioiBhed
mattrea flwting on tbe liver, its
ragged end resting npon a batge. In
the office tf the conduction boat
Cspt. IljMe, who has charge of tbe
work, was found. "We have ju:t bad
a stiike," he said, ' but I think every
thing will g- on all right in the morn
ing. Tne movement was
Besides firemen, linemen and other
we bad a force of about 135 ecgngpd
tSia foiecoon. Onr supply of willow
wa short and Cap'. Lea h thought it
wonld be well enough to knock oB ot
10 o'clock, but I kept the band)
busy and at noon they sat down with
their buckets and batkpti ai tnual.
After dinner a body of weaverfi went
t ) wrrk, but aaotuer gang employed
onthjba e did not rttuuie thoir
labora. I suppose they tot all the de-
tai'sof the btuke arranged at dinner
time. They called tte weavers from
tbeir woik, and a few moments after
FOBKMRN WERE NOTIFIED
tV at thev would tot work any longer
f r $1 25 a day, but must have SI CO
Thty wa'ked off wiliitut aoy more
"Had they made eny demand for
mrre pay?" was aeked.
"None whatever." (Jipt. Kees said :
"I have beard tine ftom one of the
watchmen tbat they were talking
abou it h st n'gbt, but nothing could
bare been a ere tter surprise to me. I
could not have done anything if I bad
known it. Tbe calculations made by
Capt. Lfach of the cost of the work
are all bised on the payment of lubir
at tbe rate cf $1 25 a day. Tbe fund
will ba inanmcirnt if we era obliged to
pay more. Bat I don't think
will continue long. Capt. Leach in
formed them thatit they called tomor
row they might resume work at tbe
old rata er receive tbe'r pay ft . tbe
time rerved and quit. I ihiok the
stiike was gotten up by a very email
faction and they will return, or nearly
all of tbem. Tuev ran gat gcod board
and lodging for 13.50 a week at a num
ber of pieces in tbe neighborhood
Tbe wages nvght be more bat they
cmnot be increased uule-s the fund
iitn arged, which is among the im-
Opt. Ks went on say tint nearly
balf tbe amount on band would have
to be paid in labor, Skilled handsale
paid $1 0 and a few $1 75 a day. Any
intelligent laborer can learn to do the
r quirrd labor perfectly in a couple of
days. Tte government furnishes its
plant of about forty-six pieces and the
supplits on boaid to the
VALUE OF ABOUT 15000,
consisting of wire, willow, etc.; also
the services of Capt. Leu eh and Mr
Reej. The work was begun on tbe
16th inttant, t.ud it will tike about
four months to omplfcte it utrier
tavorabe cirrumstatcee. There baa
bf en some trouble abont get ing wil
low, as is always tbe cas in tbe be
ginning nf sncb work. The first mat
trts', which now fLate on the curfacs
leet be'ow the foot of B"a!e etreet, ex
tends 350 feet ont from the bank and
is 140 feet in length. Tne depth of
vrtsr on ihc outside of the mattress is
fi'ty fe. Five of themsttreeeisnre tobe
sunk, loaded with stone, to the bo'tom
and dykis built np with a crest of
about tw.'rity-four feet They are vcy
strong and c-retully buiit.
THE KVJLVSJ ATtn REtil'LATIOKM
Of THE COMMISSIOX,
Whlrh Cannot Be TranaeeotltNl but
My Me l as Under la theUen
ICORKISPOItDIROI Or TUB 1PPIAL.J
Jackson. Miss., July 20. I 8?nd
yai for publ cition tbe freight rules
and reznlrttons adopted by the Htil
rotd t'omtniBsion at this place on the
8th in9tanf, as follows:
Bute 1. Tne freight rates fixed by
the Commlstinn are maximum ra'ee,
whinh ehall not be transcrndrd by the
railroads; i hey my, however, carrv at
le than tee rates fixed. Frjvidjd,
that if tbey crry for leas for cne per
son, ihey shiil far ths like service
carry for tbe fame lceemd rn'eM fir
all perton, except as mentioned here
ater; and if they adopt less freight
ra'es from one station, other than the
rata fix'd by the Coaamiss:OD, thn
they shall make a reduction of the
sinia per cent at tit ftitiocs along the
line of roid, so ai to make no unjust
di-cimii-a'ion M a;alnst any person
rr ) if a'i'y. Bu' when, from any point
in this Siat4 theie are competing lines
of transportatlo i.tten any rail'Oid, at
such compttiiif point, may make ratre
blow the tanfl fixed by tbe Commis
sion, to meet tch cimpetitiou, with
out making a corresponding reduction
along the line of the road.
Bule 2. Each r.-ilrod company
ehall mate a printed table cf distances
between its roniective ptitions, by
name, which ehafl be prstad conspicu
ously in the tytitirg room of it re
spective dej ve, to r tile) Bfh-iiom
andta'iffcf tiiarjifa for the truLtor
tatton of freight and paeenger-. And
when a-y redu tiion of ratei is ma le
in eccjruauce With ths prec;ding ru'e,
prompt rotiiefhal begvmt the
Itailroad Comtitis ion, and tbe reduced
r-ites ehall a;8j be wonted ts above re
quired. Bitle 3 ThTt; uhuli Lj no tx -t re
duction of rate; and no relate, 'vuius,
i!ifc'li.'CK, nr '.'.Iinr rtvat!t.iv! , -.n any
forra, snail b giveu, e thi-' ir---;t'y cr
iudireo'ly, n; n s; ip cent t made or
s rvice reuuoitd to my per-oa to: al
lowed to all other perao i (except ai
allowed by other rules and regulation t
eetabliebt'd bv tbe C 'tuiuiiiiicn), but
Iheri es shall be uoitoim 10 all, and
Bute 4. None of the rules and regu
lations established by the CommUsion
ehall be construed a to prevent any
railroad company from transporting
freight and persons free of charge, or
at reduced rates, f r aay religions,
chsritable or benevolent purpose, or
for any industrial exposition, fair or
association of a pnblic nature, or for
fraDspotting immigrants into this
SUte, or persons prospecting with a
view of loeaiing or bringing immi
gran's into this State, or for pleasure
Bult 5. The rate specified for ores,
Bind, clay, rough stone, common brick,
bone, lumber, shingles, la hs, staves,
empty barrels, wood and coat, corn
and other ceresls, f u t and rege'ablea
raised on line of road In this State, and
shipped to market; and (ettiliiers,
straw, shrieks, hy, fodder, tan .bark,
turpentine, rosin, la, household
goods, and ariio'es maoti'actur d on or
ner tbe line of road in th a ritste, and
for material used iu such manufacture,
are maximum rates; but tbe roads are
left free to reduce them at diccrtt Oj ;
and all such rates are f xsmpted from
the ope' a r n of Bu'e 1.
Rule 6. Tne ra'es chart ed for freight
service by regular pas'KBiier trains
uity be druble tbnt ior nr.-t cia-s
freicht by ordinarv freigut trains, but
tbe railroad compsn'es are nut torn
pelled ti transport by pasienger trains
tuch fre;ght as is not proper to be car
ried by Buch ttaias.
Kule 7. Rtilroad companks doing
busiiesa in this State shall iwme
freight rcceip's to partiee paying
fratcht cba ecu, which shall state the
class and rates of freight, and shall
also contain an it ma n statement
showirg charges on other r- ad-i re
spectively, and separately from its
own, il any.
lixde 8 In the applieatton ol Iho
preecribid tariff a ton in 2i.OO pound--,
a carlnadis 20,000 pounds, and any
t xcer s over tbe car lead we gbt ruay bo
charged (or at car load r,it, exept
where the claavrlca'.ion for I ss than
car loads specifies a lower rate, and
then such lower rate shall goveru.
JiuU 0 Aty railroitl c mpny,
cbaiterdd under lbs laws of thl rtato,
and operating therein, wboe line ex
tends beyond the limits f ih s S atn
shall, as to freight th pped from p duts
without, the S ate to points wiihin, or
a to toat which is carritd f.om t oiots
witttin tbe Sta'e to puii,ta witi.oat,
make no di-crimination in chjigee
on any part cf its linesunirtst fiecliip
pnr or consignee with'n ih:a S ate; but
the arcount cbarced by any such reti
re ad company for transpoitat.on of
Biich freight over any part of its line
witUiu t' isStatseba l bear the Fame
prjiortion to the total smotiBt
cii8r.i'u as suru part oi uie nun uu n
to the entire dintaocs carried, aud
shall n't exceed tbe maximum rt:-s
fixed by this Oommusiin for tuch
HuU 10 Five miles is fixed by the
romm'ss'on as the limit for charge of
fieight rate f om 10 to 100 railea, and
ten miles in fixed as tha limit for
change of freigbt rntne f-om 100 milei
ti 250 miles, and twenty-five milts
limit for cbarg) of frt-Uht rates for all
distances above 260 mils.
ufe 11. Conn' ctit g roads may pro
rate as tbey may agree, on freight
rates, where frtibt pa-ss over more
tban one lite; p ovidoi tbe total
charge is within the maximum limit
fixed by tbs Commission.
Bule 12. The law r- quires "that any
railroad company do ng business in
this State, upon the occurrence of any
accident tt a train, at tt riled with se
rions pereonal injury, on any portion
of its line within the limits of th e
State, give notice of the same to the
Rai'rr ad Commissioners." The Com
miesi -n require th.it this notice shall
be given at once to the clerk rf the
Com in sslon, at Jackson, Mtes , by tel
egram, from conductws, s'ation sgems,
engineer", superintendents, road mts-t-ra
or any other efflcir of tue road,
cognty.ant of the accident.
Bute II!. Where a raiho.id cronses a
highway, the cimptny f-IiaU make
proper and easy grades, so thnt the road
may l3 convenlsi tiy cr. ssed be
Hiich travel as us n il along such
highway, and eunh erasing elmll be
kent in order by ths railrotd.
Bute 14. A'l cmpluiQts mudo to
the Ra'lr ad Coxu irsion of alleged
grievacc?s on acto irt t f excessive
charges or unjust iitacrim!nt on, or
for any violation of ihc rale and rrgu
lhtioBS in regard to the sam, or of tbe
1 .ws relating to tda snpe'vi-ion of
railroads, sre required by law to he
made in writ ng, and they must
plainly and distinctly let forth the
proui d, or several groumM ol com
plaint, e'ating aod tinuibering each
causs tf c 'mt'latnt'
How Iha Knicmllrrsil Kwntncikw
Turnpike Myatrni Hsa BUMsrltxl.
Baltimore Rrcord: We have bad con
siderable to say lately about the abso
lu'e necessity for be'ter rjidsinthe
South, hencatl-ie fullowing ri-gerdirg
th raacaditm zed iods of Kniuoky
will prove inte'esting. The H antiton
(Va ) Vindicator seyo: In convertati m
with Gen. KthoU. wdo hes traveled
over moH of Kentucky, a
whrse grod reads are
now famous trrouaht ut the Union,
we beard tome inten-s ing faeis of
how tne iinprivemaute came to be
general all over tbe Htte. The firtt
m m tbat inaugurated th road im
rrovment thre wan tba' f imous old
I'retbyterian, I) . Kobcrt J Btecken
lidge. lie comment el by going to
spe bis neighbor.i alorg a liue of road.
His plan wai tj ank each farmer:
"How much is your laidwotth?"
When told be wtnld By: "Well,
bow mtiih do yon thin a mac
adnmiz d road wonltl imr. ass the
value of it. Being t dd $10
or 41-5 an aor, he would ckse
in by saying, "Well, sippos' yu sub
sntibe to a cotn any we rit f.rming to
bu Id a roatf to the sraout t t f, say ih
an ecra of y.mr firm?" In tbis way
private comp.niej wee formed. The
roads cost I2( 00 a mile, of h cb. tbe
County Court of ea?h couoty, a'ter it
was ta'istied tbat tbe private comrany
w-s composed of responsible cit a-'ns,
B'ibsjriberl on behalf of the county to
tbtftor-x to the am unt of fiOOOa
mile. The rradd were buil , to lgaes
put on tbem, and the s ock paid
fie conrtr and the storkho'd-rs a
dividend. In this way K-i.tticky bo
Came gridironfd with met tiled pikes.
Now look at the rt suit of this; tik
in four tounties in Kentucky, all
rotht-r STislI one", Moittg ra-rv hts
Si'J milts of rrelabd pike; UlarKe,
t'ie M'Mnnii B coun y, ra 150
mi'es: Favetto. which ioitiB tha. h
i:50 milee, an l 15 rVur, t'. e next
cnuntv to it. has 300 o.ilnH neatly 1-00
milea of m.'-adam:ad road in four
email ct unties. Wht h'H b'n the
result in increieing va ne? Tlemetn-
bi r tt'ey are ell steall roi'ttiee. Th
real eit' in Montiipiue y i 'tete s-d
at S4.0(io.o)ij uia-k ,tou.ws. iy
etti S8,0OJ,(JOO aid B,irbonr t8,OO0,0O0.
An increaee of value wb'cn is lUe ui
reLt reanlt of road builoing.
To Be Ilntlt by B. I.oweneteln A
B,oa. to toat 10,000.
The cons'ruction of B. Loser.s'ein
& Bios', big dry gooth building will
be commeitccd early next monib. It
will be erected on tbe preseut site of
the wholesale es'abliphmonr, taking In
all the ground from Miin etreet to the
alley east and from Jefferson street to
the north' wall of tbe Odd Fellows'
buildimr. It will be bnilt of stone,
iron and bricV, and the cost will be
about $140,000. A large for-e ef skilled
workmen will be employed and the
work of construction pimtiel lorougu
with all possible diepitch. When
finished, judging by the plans and
drawing), it will be one of the hand
gomes', and most convenient building)
in the city, an ornament to Memphis
end a monument to the enterprising
BILL AD BIT.
CRUSHING DEFEAT RE EITEI1
BT MEMPHIS TESTE ft DAT.
Xaahville Shot Oat by Charlestoi
and Savannah Sailing; oa la
Her Tlcterluus Career.
Savannsh bad a l eay victory over
Memphis yes'erinv, a id wou aa she
n eased. Macon lust to Atlanta and
Nashville toCt ariis on.
Owing to the failure of our rpic'al
correspondent to send his osupI dis
patch la-t n gbt, we are unable t) pre
sent our ro llers with the olli -ial ect re
of yestHrdy'8 RatLe with Savannah.
The following ii the score by inn ns:
Memphis 0 0400000 0-4
Savannal 0 0 4 0 4 0 1 3 1-13
Maeon onimoea la Luae.
lariotALTO THS aPPIAL.t
Macon, Ua , July 21. Atlanta beat
Macon today by a s oro of 3 to 2. Con
way atid YiapprfS were thtt Ata ti bat
tery. Chainbeilin ai d ilar er for
viacoo. Bjso bits Mac.tn. 0; Atlanta,
6. Krrora Maron, 0; Atlanta, 6.
Naabvilla htaut Out by Charleston.
I BPKOlAL TO THS APPtAl,.
Charleston, S C, Ju y 21. Ni'sh
ville wasbut out today in a hud
fi tight game, which wi swon by the
1. Cits in toe fi'ft inning. It rained
ready tbioiiliniit ths entire gamt,
but time w.ts tal ed onlyojiba oltti
tntiine. Toef. a ureBof ihe gm wore
tbe hesvy bn tit g and epltii'lid fiold
work of the In tue t am. Ihe (core
wanltiO. Warier and Hm"S and
O'Brien and Ilel man were lbs bat
teries. NATIONAL 1.KAUCC.
Dbtriit, Micir., July 21. Delro't,
2; Kan as City, 12. Earned u-is Po
tto t, 2, K-.nas City, 8 Base hiu
Detriit, 10; Karsas City, 19. Errors
De'ioir, 8 ; KuiiBis City, 3, Umpire
Cuicaoi, III.. July 21. Chicago, 6;
St. liOtiU, 2. K t ted rti i Chii auo,
1 ; St Louis 1. T0 bae b ttPfoller,
Anson. Bae on I a !b Ch'cago, 8;
St Louis 1. Firetbaioonerrort-Chi-ctgo,
3; St. Ixiuie, 2. Taseed bills
G avee, 4. Wild pitihes Heoly, 2
S.iauk out- Cittag , 5; St. Lou s, 2
Base bi's Chicago, 7, St. Louie, 5
K.rrora Cl-ineg . 6; St. Louis, 15.
Boston, Mab , July 21. B ston, 15;
Wasliioizton, 0. Earned runs Ilo-ttu,
7. Two bss.-t hlts-roormaa, Thre
base bite Nash, 1, lasted balls
Gilligan, 2. W,ld pi ches-Shw, 2.
First ba e oi balls iff Kadbonrn, 1;
Miaw. 0. first brs his-Host n,
14; Waihingtou, 3. Frors B -ton,
3; Wailiing'on, 17. Umpire Uafl'aey.
ANEHIVtN AeNiCI ATION.
ruiLADKi.ruiA, Pa., July 21 Ath
leticp, 3 ; H L u e, 4. Earned runs
Athletics. 1. Two baee b ts-Kobin-
son (Ath'etiet-). Three base bits
(iessmj (Athetirs) Passtd labs
KiboBop. i: liuiiirif, l. wiiu
ni'ches i o eman, 1. Fir;t be on
ba'la Athleti's, 2; St Louis, 2. First
haw bits A'tileric, a lnis, 8.
Knori Ath e fes, U; Bt. Louis, O
Baltimorb. Md. July 21. Pt's
burg, 1 ; BaiMn ire, 8. Kirtied runs
Batmire, 4. Tob sh tyi So t,2;
Mantling, 1; Fiilrmr, 2 Pa-sod balls
Fnlmer. 1. wild div ns nornp.
2. Firs' base oo b .lls-Off Kllroy, 4 ;
off Morris, I. FuBt ba-e bits ttvti
more, 9; 1'tt Rt.ur,-, 1. K mis-Bbi-
mor, 1; P.ttituri:, o. umpire vai
HAH FN TODAY.
St. Lous at Drt'oit.
KatiS'is City at C'b ca"o.
Phi ablphiaat N'-w Y rk.
Wee ing on at Bo t n.
St. Lou Browns B ooklyn.
1 uisvd e at N'-w Yotk.
Cincinnati 1 1 ltiltimo'e.
Pi tiburea Pniiadelijliii.
Mogaitc in tim Font' em League
tctlay. bam s tomor.ow:
MHinphin at A'lan a.
Na-thville at Mavaonah.
Macon at Clia le t .
Tba ftblcHKo Racna.
Chicago, July 21. Weather fine;
attention' e too l, f .urtli ex ra day
First Bare Tor. o oueiti-rs of I
mile. St.,rti r : 1,'ikn Mio t, Mo lie
Btwn. O.'kooiI, Bub Kerr, Grace L'te
Olon Bun, Ktldirr, Jieila Bjpc'i.laith
Tuomfson, Poul p, h ug Bo,-, Wrr
rr se. Grant i. end W vaui o 'o Chief
Hurursj. Kiri; Bob, D li t Beauli aod
Bont'a g t od es named, a Jil ran
cljee togetiior to the bead of the
stiet'b, where Bonita and Surprise
drew clear, Bonita won; Surprise
second, a length in front of FAib
Thompion, ttinu. lime lav. ma
tuals paid 10 CO.
Second Bate Xeven furlongs. Stait-
era: Mist Higbv, Our Friend, Frunie
L U S ', I'psv, J Alexander, A nth
hi hop, Q-Miiinikbt, Lit lo Jue, Kvn
Britton. Nott-etirtota: Hitte Or-1-s'ie
and Ked-ttonn. An h'tielioii led,
followed by Lit le Joe, Our friend and
Tons. Little Joe took the lend, en-
Wing th rtretcli wi'h Topty, and Our
i1 Mend drew aa ay. I Hive wi.savey
close race to th- hn sh. Topjy won by
a bead ; Our Frieod second, a bead in
f t ont of Lit e Joe t ird. Iim-1:311
Mtituals pai 123 60. G odoii t rati
away b fo e tbe race aod w.8 ex.uied
by tiie lutiges
77iirJ Bio;. On' m:l. Starters
S s er Monica. Knnsrs, Pu k'e, Es"nrt,
H rry OiU'p, Laty Winarry, Fred
W loie-v, vt'tnigM. Uolt rad , LiPman
Mfina cti. Daticii.-: Ki.i, Pi ieaU, Vi'-
later, Emmt Mnn ey, Gov. 1'a e, Kng
11 .bin F ed W-ici. y whs in 1 on' lor
ha'f a mi e, w th Kmg K bin Bmnwl
end K msm t ird. On tie lower tuin
KiiituB ai.d Kit g Kobin drew dear.
Tne rane wr.s brtw n ttiem to toe
nd. Kansas won ty to leneths
Ki s Bobin Stcmd, two Uingt'is in
fr nt oi Gov. Bate, ti ird. litre
1:15 MutnalB pid SI 140.
Fourth Bare Mile a'ld a quarter,
Starters: Col. CI rk, lletetog st, Ka
lata. Wanda. Vtn eti, C'uli, Lit put, to
Alameda, Athlone. Ko ati led, Ala
meda second, Wanda tjird At the
quarter pole Alameda went to tbe
front, followed by Kolata end Wanda.
On the lower turn Lepanto and Ath
lone moved up and were aeon in front,
and tbe rte- Was u tween t'jem to tbe
end. Athlone jutts won by half a
length ; Lpnto scooinl, a neck in
front r l Vol. Clark, third. Time-2:0.1,
Mntualt paid til.
F'fth Bare. Steaplr chase, short
courae. htarters: Hop Bini', Jim Uar-
liale, Bruton, Anrehan. H-utm led
ont of the flat, with Jim Carlisle sec
ond, the o't ers never in it. At the
last hurdle Jim Caniele went to the
f ont and won ea ily by four lengths;
K nton te-ond, lit p b ng a had tblrd.
lune-3:0o. Mntuais paid uu.
Brlahlosa Beach Baeea,
Bhioh O Bsach, N. Y.. July 21.
Firit Bacr Puree; three quarters of a
mile. Paly Oak won by half a bead;
Nat Go- dwin second, Bellona third.
Second Bact. rnrse; one mile and
one-eixtftfti.th. Kensington won by a
lfng'b; bmmet Beoiid, Vaulter third.
3'Aird Bar. Vow, ore mile srd
one-sixteentb. Ird CVloii ;ge w n
by half a lenwth; ISeriin a -o.iu, Weav
er third Time l:-S4j.
Fourth Bar Paise; one nuln a d
rne eighth Clmr'ey KushoII w, n bv
half a lencth ; Frolic ee -otid; tianeial
Monroe thitd. Time 2:01 J.
Fifth Bace. Purse: free for three
year olds; seven-eighths of a mile.
Leonora won by five lengths; Lucy H.
second, B ecnit thi d. Time 1 :32J.
Si.r(i Kact Purse ; one mile. Kiro
Victor won bv a lemrth aod a balf:
Olivet secOLtl, lVeksklll third. Time
MR. EUICH S ( OND1T10X.
A Nllsrht Isnprovrmvsit Yraterdaj-
II la sjaae la rraallna; Ilia
Mr. Krich'a condition hw under-
irnno no tnat'iia ehm g sitice yeett r
1 v. He cltiue tol.le wi'h a txnflcny
tbnt prjv- a bim t te end- wed with a
dpgrne cf vl-auty li tte eiiurcol msr-
v.-tl jui. ftii.e nii'n out ol ten, wouud-
ed as he is, would long eirce have
given up tl eir held on nt;, but Mr.
Urich uonui.u-s to puzzle li s pbv-
Btciai'S, and thev are n, t williuir now
to bazAid an opinion aa to whether he
will live hourp, days, weeks or mon'li t
longor. Yet t-rday aftetn u n bis d, ath
was looked for; last night he l ad ap
parently undergone a flight improve
min1. For the first time eii.c the
dtadly wou-'d wks iiflctod
be opened hta eyes and
ot-ked around, but eoid not! in?,
and after ttiis mou euti -y gleam of
confi'ioueneBd relapsed in to ha bnhitr
nal stupor. lte lest nulu. when ti.o
Aitbal repoiter raw him, his breaih
lntr seemed eas'er but much more
rapid than hereto'ore. Hot temiera
ture was close on to 104, and his pu'sa
120, and irregular, strong at times and
then dying away ahnoit out of reach.
tie was abte yes'ercaf, lor me iirti
limt. ta take nourishment, a few tea-
ei'O his ff tea were gtven to him and
sw.i 1 iwed without gr a dilllcuity. It
i baie'y poesible that the wounded
man nuy live for days and wee is, but
his clinnces oi ulliituie recovery areas
one in 10 000 and his death may occur
atanv h"ur, but even if his life is
spitrcd bim it is tl .ought that be will
be a tin p lest lunatic.
HULDLMs THE AUDITION
To tbe 'briattiv llrelbrra' Oolloaje
Tlsa Auionnl Miibacrlbesl,
The imDrovotrents now in prngtess
at the colig3 fro in a ftir way toward
nomit'o ion. 0 th 1 4,500 bill soii tied
fo' Ur t niottifage bont's, at a very low
ra'e of interest (as a epoeial f -vor to
theolltgo on account of ednceiion),
70(H) hve already buen pa d, and the
ta'nnt't aii-urid as it my b-i needed.
Ihetititl C'Htof the ad liiious will be
net rly 1 22,(100. In answer to the ap
peal i f the colleg", the daily and
w-kly paper i f Mumphis have aided
liberal'V, aod donat one in casli have
been rrceived as follows:
R B. S.towtlen $200
T J. Se-mmes, gmduate of IK-Stt 21K1
O. C. H in 10
8 0. To"l A Co- 15
Ji s- ph Meagher, etndnt 20
Callsh in &, lloiliio 25
Cl a 1, B Floyd, student 10
Frank Mi Langtilln, ttudout 1 r
Thi above, at this early dny, la moft
encomnging, and is an aesn ranoe of
slice m, e-fptcially as the college has
heard f io. n maoy tonrces that in the
nt-ar future subatantial aid would be
given, all of which the Christian
BrnheiB appreciate ea an encourage
ment iu their lub.ir of love.
HE PAID THE IMIX.
A l.lltle Arcnnnl That Lrlrh Paid
"Erich is on Ida denthbed now, and
there is r.othiiig totoain'l by bit
to g a man when he is ilown,"eaida
Front etreet mi reliant yet,teWay, "uut
t'it iieweiiapers didn't give anything
about bit charcbr that those who
km w bim wera i.o' aware of. Some
yars ag he wi s ri tlur t .o sweet ou
i he finer in-law ef a youi.g man who
was at that t me my book keeper. One
day wh n I wns in the front ef the
slur I he-rd a teirble clutter
ba k in the like aod when I got back
to U I found balf the gluts bioken out
bft'ia windows and my bookkeeper
and Er cli lighting like mad. '1 be lat
tr mat ugcid io gi t away from bim,
(tot a p Biol ont of the drawer cf the
d ttk a d pieparel to open fire. But
Eiicb whs too qui 'k for bim He got
ont of then flirt) and dashed through
the store to the st oet like u bl oe
streak, with the book kfe(.er alter
hiin. I cent him a bill txl day for
tbe daang ar d t.e pa 1 i l kea man."
HR-ceta l tbsi i.lvory Bnalsteaa of
II. Hracbsitt at do.
F ,r yeara pait, nrd.r the careful
m tna:e:nent of Mr. Itobert Lockwootl,
the silotit eartnor in tb fir'n of C. fi.
Bncactt &C ., ttat ndmitable ttahlo
h '8 i n j ye'd a rei tita 1- n re tond to no
esti.b.iBb'n.0. t of the Und In ti e
Ktu h. It is, therefore, 8f t to ei,y
that the announceme 1 that Mr.
Brackeitbas ntired fnd Mr. Loik
w to l enc eet'e to Hih bmtre 8 will iv-t
r t rd tbe Btady groath In ro.iclar
faor of thisfl tifi im ges abll.hiii! n-.
Mr Lockwiol tho ongh y un lnt
stands tie hns'n S and aeenn altret
of the timoj. Ho launches cut alone
u dtr t; c i .ot f.-.vo-nhlet ansplcea,
w;tb the grod will nf tils form r part
ner and tbe sub t n i-1 supp nt of the
nub in. Thmo in tareh of the linos',
f s est end so'indn t hi rsand mules,
the nioet s vlisn ami duratt'eturoon's,
r.nn alwaya bit accommodate I bv tins
g-tiinl and buaiiiaee liku Bib Lo.tk
wood. TAVISG UP.
More Arrnala for Bsttallluaj I.lqaor
E"ght more uiiliconeed reta'lors ol
Pqnor were d tcketid at tbe S aiion
II use jeatoiday, a forfeit ot iHi ldrg
put up in each cuso. AbontJOOheve
bo fir beeu ohiig'td to toe the murk.
Io every c"fo t, e l-'5 bai ben foith
coming. A-t n tu o no objection is
ruatl , and i.tuo of It em appear at
eotut next iiio-nin!! whiu thtir names
arecal'ed tocl.iim v rf-dis. The reve
nue to the t if K wtil be larg, andheie
alter tbe ent re lice nse of tUQ each will
SabMcrllse lor tbe "Appeal."
TBE LITEST RUMOR
REUARDINU THE MEMPHIS, BIB
MISOHAM ASD ATLANTIC.
A Salt for Damageable Jlliaeta
Central's Ulg Cattle Contract -Spikes
The latest rumt r i in Mot phis rail
ro dciiclei ate tba', ell i,,ko a'lons
fo- tlm pnrrha e of ft e Mpinphi ; Bir
ii.inghain and .Ml utic ly t h Kaneai
Cit to npany ate t fl -tn-t tint Utter
hits sutuitd conn ol if tint tSli, flield
railrcad ai d ar rig.l atiu tor the
p irciimi ot the G.iorti x P ciflc, th'ts
inaKit-g, under hii ira ej tm wiih
tbeMeniplust nd Ci.arlt hi n iiihr uh
line frjm Memplua t-i Atlanta, and
tt at the extonsLn 1 1 thxi isiempbia,
Bitminghutn and Atlictic wib be
pushed to completion ai d a traffic
al iance ma'ewitli li e Central rail
road nf Georgia a' B.rmtrg ism. How
f ir theie runi' rt were four dad en
f.j.cts the A i'I'eal wa-i uoabla to learn.
lie Wnsila neiunaea.
Win. Eirly wants the I irt uit Court
to oblige the Kuifae City, Springfield
and Meinth S'a Irud top!yhim$10,
ItH). Ua claim i that ho .-st tl rown
ofl the train by a roudur:or and re
ceiwd Injuries to that nni lunt.
Blsr H 1st 4'unlrarl.
Mai Jaooos A. SuLga o i, of the Illi
nois 0 rural, wns in ib-i , 1 y yf tor
day. He was smiling ns ueu I, and
evid ntiy bo'diuic l is uwa wit i the
griu.mest a id too, h e-t ut lis rivals.
He said an Imm, mn lot rf Hti-ol mils
h td been t hipped into the Y sue
Vally .'o tic cpw Liunch, and t.at
in th i meantime the t lu lino was go
to rint.t hlt.iu. The c mpar.y is now
busy with a contract to t'an-pmt 7ij()
led o'. fit tie, at $1 a head, f om New
O leans to Chicago.
Arhanaaa Yallvjr Rome.
J. II. U'ilsrn, oblcf eugiueer of the
Arkaueas Valley route, ha oigauiaed
a con s rf engin erp, eomp a-'d of
about thirty men, ti surey thn road
tlitofgh tha". pttti n of the lnai.ia
Tjrrit ry th.- tight of way t,irougl
wlich wns n o-n ly givt n oy Ci n ureas
to the c oii)nv. Mr. Wlleon leaves
toutonow f tr Van Uuren, wheia the
engineerd have b'-en or leve-d t- report
fordu y, and ihemrmry w.l' bjeom
nieiuod at oner. Tl e tu rfis wll be
divided into too partiee, one of wh cb
will work north from Van Burin,
whMe the other will snrvev from a
point on ths Fri'co r ati, wbinli will
be rrotsed by the Viiev; c wring
south, eoas to me- t the Va'i Bnrea
pnrly somewhers iu the Indii n Terri
tory about half way b twaen toe two
points. The eurvev will be completed
in about four months.
SPIKES AM) SPA KM.
Tun San Antonio and A ramus Pas
railway, now in coun e of ro tatrut tlon,
bas been comph'ted to Pa.ialote sta
tion, 110 miles south ol San Antonio.
Mr CP. HitNTiNUTON, pr-sldtnt of
fbo Southern Pacific railway, will sub
mit a proposition to tbe petple of
(i'eonville, Tex . fer the fxt'nsfon of
the Houston aud TextM Cin'ral rail
way to tbat place, a distaLcs of fifteen
miles or so. '
Thb citirons of Hot Springs, A rk.,
in public conclave, buve agretid to
exort thmiiBolveu to the utmost to se
cure tht proposed tew railroad from
Kansaa Citv through Arkanststo New
Oileai s. Tbe route wll be through a
coal bed of fifty miles In area. It will
also pass near tbe rich miueral fields.
The spring season has been only
fair lor the Southern roads, but the
impiovement has been euendy. Crop
were a 1 1 Ik backward on amount of
the exceesive rains ear'ler In the sum
mer, but they have hem much more
diversified this ynr than ever, ansl
bnsinees is gt-neialiy belter.
BUCKET S110P CLOSED.
BF.N C. JOLI.EY CO. N LU.Ctf
The llnhlllKea Katlsuatetl at Ba
I wren ttinoo ana noue-Rath.
law UrUullPljr itnawn.
A telegram wee received yesterday
from Chicago f om Ben 0. Jolley,
tliructcd to bis manngxr here, to shut
the doors of bis ts ablinhment atclo
t f quotations. Tbe t- legram wss very
brief, directing that a stt'tement le
made out at etice cf the etlittrj of the
concern and concluding with the info-m
tit ion that bn would be down
Mondny to close affairs up. B. O. Jolley
ft Co. were giain and provision brok
ers, so far s the gilt sign went, but
tbe concern was, as a matter of fact, a
bucket shop, pure and simple. It win
cb nhlished hereabout three years sgo.
Mr. Jolley has hd one or two d Ber
et t pinnera dii'lrg that time,
but J.iinixry ht thre was a change,
at d so far aa known be has been
nlnr o in tl.e enterprii'eslnce that d 'te.
lLi h s n;t been here for six mon' hi
or more, speuding bis timet in (Jhicxgo,
whore bis firm in als B.C. Jolley A
Co. No rn ; in Memnhla is intk rested
with Lim. but wbelher he his any
arlnre in Cblcssoor eliewbro can
rot be eald. Kverything is eu-tnise.
Tt e amoutit of bis aHjxts and lUbili
tiee can only be gneseed ft'.. It is not
be i' ved tl at ho bas any veiy l.irpte
creditors. The ontitandiiig atoounla
1 1 tbo Mempb.ia ollice a e fs'imiitetl at
f.i.m :t00 1 to $5t 00, porbaoe more, in
sunn a 'ging from $5 1 ) SWO L ttle
i-f mis on aitct.unt of gt.t n aid pro
v si us, I) tt rionr'y all on co'ton
fut -ires. The business cf the shop has
not been very brink for some time
THE IMN'VER MONTR
(f Tax Collrclluiia 1st tba Cir
cuit Cis-rk'e OUIee.
The reliring Clerk of the Circuit
Court is making ha" wliile the sua
shines in the collection ot axes. Alter
the books now in his buude are c'eard
uo the TruBtue will have tt at profit
able labor t perioral. It is q til -a
nice little plum, rwl'y the sweottat in
the ofiic , tho c lait'm oil amounting
toahtii' $0000 a .vo-.r This promises
to be the bar nor uion'h, ths collec
tion.) bavii.g be'.-n large every diy for
three weeks. The auiouot tiken i
yesteiday was $1300. In the past twu
years Mr. Uhl has coilectetl 7077 2S
of cntiutv, epecisl und litigation taxe
,?(W,220 0 of Taxing D.stiict ttuej,
$1 U8 on atcount of the Funding
Boiird, aud 1131 0 10 SUt and litua
tion. The a nount of Funding B:ard
taxes nnpaid Jnue ht wa $5,5!)8 50,
and of Taxing District, $!M,36a 00.
IRaVi VS roc WUKS,
Foundations, cellar , iTljid baili
ngs subject to overflow tt out i b roar
stmcted wi th LookyUi tixs smU UU