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MEMPHIS DASLY APPEALTHURSDAY, AUGUST 19 1886.
AT CITIZENS' PABK, '
Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and
Monday, Aug. 1819-21-23.
ererOanre called pmmntly at 4 o'clock p.m.
IS EAST TICTORY
8C0BEJ) BT MEMPHIS OYER THE
5 f "SlSHYUtE TEAM " '
Yesterday-The Bock City BoysUn
ble to Gauge IioufTs Delivery
AN ACTIVK BU8INBS8 MAN Of twntj
years' experience and 110,000 to t.lX.
would like to buy an interest in to estab
lisaed paying bu-ineFs.
J. B. WEBSTER. 19 Madison t.
BAY MARS MO LK From C. F. Smith,
Horn Lake Landing. one,bey mere an
bout eight years old, fifteen hendahighl
mane recently trimmed. Bring to x. .
Jones Co.'ii stable and he rewarded.
bass hita Carroll, 1.' Three b as shits
Fairall,,l. The puna wu celled ea
account of darkne-jg. -
Detroit, 8; St. Louis, 4. . , , , ,
KTAYH OR STOLE.
k A If A KK A N"; y U LE-Ono hay Texas mare.
r -LT-L Texe
-iidaonbip. Also, one blaok
are "7" uht ehoulder. A liberal reward
will b ,ma tn anyone returning above stock
toMh..-k Jt Oo. .7 miles west of Hernando,
Mi. , . t T. W. w m i b. at nernannn.
COTTAflB On Baybnrn ave.s nicely re
paired, Appl y Mm, Moore. 160 Rayburn.
errA STIKLBY ST. Corner Tresevant:
O I J two-itory br-ck dweling. Apply to
A. C. LAKE, 823 Main atrcet.
O -STORY HOIIPE Ten rooms, corner Ala-
u bama st. and 1 nornton avenue. Appiy
JAS. McNAMaR,33 Robeson at.
"'EW 8-BOOM HOUSE-No. 112 Jones ay--L
enae. Alto, two new houses, south tide
Poplar, east ol lunlap, will be finished by
latSepUmber. Apply to C. C. hkih-
ADAMS STREET Sneronm on lower
floor, iBife, uit-.ole lor omce or imre.
Main 'tr-ft, oorner Jfjor-
V- ion. '
T05LEH0USE From M September, one
fonr-atory Main a'reet smrenoune.
-r maw. STfiR IT ITirt floor and cellar.
I J with side and roar entranees, Nos. 3C3
and 305 Main street, roaaesaion ootooensv,
or -ooner, if required.
(Iffina. ind Htnra-rnnml. No. 282 Re.Ond it.
Rooms for light housekeeping, No. 376 Pop
lar atre-t, over drug atoie. AVri,I?
R. B. SNOWDilN or J. L. GOODLOE,
38 Madnon street.
HOUSES On and near Walker avsnne,
on Elmwood atreet car line, fron the
1st September, several houses, from two to
eight room-, in good repair.
Also, CHOKE OFFICE on seoond-atory
old Cotton Exchange, corner Madison and
Front itreeta. Apply at J limya tret.
FRONT AND REAR OFFICE-274 Front
atreet; cotton-room and office! terms
moderate. MoflOWAN A CO.
OOMS With privilege of bath.
o3 ana -Q enemy screet.
USE No. 162 Robinson street, 6 roomi,
in good repair, ooa cistern water.
MYKHJ X am aecoBO si.
OFFICBS-The desirable front offices on
aeoond floor of 42 Madison atnet, adjoinj
.ng Cotton itxcnange. mnivcri
U1TK OP ROOMS-On first floor,
Atwa oneipy atreet.
TPURNISHED ROOMS-At 56 Monroe at.,
jlt one aquare irum rwuuuy muvpi.
HOUSE Of aeven roomi.
Apply at 217 Madison atreet.
283 POPLAR ST.
OOMS A rait of rooms In Maaoi ile Tern-
Die. Apply to cua I. ram,
OOMS Furnished, tingle or en aulte. at
138 Madison at. Kcterencea required.
QTOREHOUSE No. 9 Union atreet, with
TESIRABLE COTTAGE-4 blqcka from
X-f Court Bqoare A. rt. P., tnia omce.
The feeling of rivalry between the
t.n anrvivtno- Tennrese dobs is de
cidedly warm aud either would g!v'j
more for one vietoiy aa;n6t tae oi'jer
lhan for three victoriea ag lost ar,y of
the re3t of the league nines. Mem
phis has abandoned all Dope ot Umsn-
ina Detter man seconu '.a wm oe
contaDt ll Brie ranis as iuru as inuu,
and shn will fdel sore U ber ciuo tails
to paa Nashville. Hjnce the prisent
:,LU 1 I U ill W.B.i.l,AJ
BcrWS WllUliaauvillo will nnn
with keen interest by the rival Ten
nessee cities, for upon them will
largely depend the ultimate standing
of the Memphis atd Naahville clubs
Aboat 1000 people witnessed yeet.r
day's game and after the first inning
felt a comlortable assurance that the
borne club would win. Uncuti was in
the pink of condition, striking out
eleven men and allowing but four
scattering hits. He waa well supported
by Broughton, and ine neiueis naa no
trouble in holding the visitors down to
nice Bucesive gooe eirap. Smdvr.',
the nw pitcher of the Nashville club,
though quite speedy and hard to hit,
in a Uine wild ana buowb too many
I nses on balls. Tbis is a dtf. c that
time will doubtless remedy, and with
belter control of the ball Banders is
likely to deve op Into a good pitcuer.
Tue playing of both nines, tboueh
annA. waa not, ud to their average. Oa
the part of ihe viiitors, Ooidsby and
Kowders tick eveiythmg that cime
their wav. but thev had few chances.
Bit'mm, as usua1, covered acres of
o-rjund in his territoty, and made
sood ni9 title 10 oesi seconu ussenaa
in the leaue, bar noboiy. Billy
O'Brien also coveted first in tine
shnne. but had none the best of An
drews, who B'ems to p'ay better ba'l
every day. Soeed got away with two
difficult flies at critical etaes
in the game. and Manning
played without an error. Ihe hrnm
run made by Andrews in the third
inning revived memories of the time
when that clans of goods paid prices
ranging from f50 to 75, but thosa gio
rinuB davs are gone ny. :oi a man
was bold enough yesterday to pass
round ths net. ine gune today win
not ha the walk over we bad yeeter-
day. Goldfcby will present Baker or
Dundon, while Memuhis will place
her trust in Bob Black. If Baker
pitches tbe Browns ought to win, for
the Mikado is not in good condition
and has lost his former effeciiveness;
if, however, Dandon is pot up, the
home team will bave to p'ay a 1 the
ball they know to get away with tbe
OFFICIAL BCUU B,
MEMPHIS. A.B. B. B.H. P.O. A.
Graham, c. f 3 110 0 0
Sneed. r. f 8 1 2 2 0 0
Mr.Sorlev.Mb 5 Z 1 1 3 l
Andrews, 1st b... 5 1 1 13 0 0
Broughton, c.... 4 0 1 9 3 0
Biacr, 1. 1 a u o u u o
Manning, M a u i x i u
Phelan.s. s . 4 0 0 0 4 1
Knouff. d S 0 10 2 0
.33 5 8 2G13 2
TTflHRIt-A ewllt and aentla buggy or
II rockaway horse, perfectly fearless, suit
able lor lady. Prioe.witb buggy,(150; horse
ilone,II30. Inquireof 8. C. GORDON,
Chiogasaw Cooperage Co , City.
i- k r ti. fmnnitRY
JTv Doing a first olass bn tnesa, tn one of
the best locations In this city; good reasona
iTiven for selling. Value of stock about three
thouaand dollars. Addreaa LOT,
care Letter Carrier No. 10.
Hianvri.TH. A.B. ' tL B.H. P.O. A.
Goldaby.U 4 0 0 2 0 0
Marr. r. f 4 0 1 0 0 1
I Sowde-s, c. f 4 0 1 3 0 0
Knard. a r 4 O O ' 3 l
Hill.rv 3d h 4 0 0 2 0
O'Brien. 1st b.... 4 0 1 13 0 0
Bittman, 2db.... 4 0 1 3 5 0
Schellha-e, c 3 0 0 2 1 0
Sander.', n 3 0 0 0 1 0
,ii.,LK-(ln. lartre steam bol er and at-
J3 tachmenia complete. This boiler is made
of 60,000 pound irou,5-16th inch thioknesa,
and one ot tne Dest ever man. in ibhhw,
U . v, DUAUUIlll'l,,
Chairman County Court.
By D. O Donnell, Courthouse Lngineer.
T-TOTKf, AND LIVERY STABLE Alao,
XI mill anl gin, two-storv building, with
50-horse engine and boiler, at Bitesvule,
Miss. Address J. L. LUl'CHHH,.
W00DLAWN STOCK FARM- In thestud,
nnm l,nrAtiirV, krA Kiinninff Hnrsel 'ee.
20. One Trotting Hore: feo, $10. OneJer-
aey Bull : fee, p.M Fob Si,-30 Uorsea,
3 Milch Cows, 15 bead Butcher Cattle, Pea
nlr. unA NAwfnnriland Pups. Horses on
pasture, 15 per month : Texas horfe-ilOe per
day. Telephone JOSEPH BUKJNEY, eog.
ENGINE fO Horse Power Atlaa Engine,
with Boilor, Siooke-staok and Kre-ch-ing
complete; in perfcot running ordsr;
will be aold at a bargain, ippiyvo
Q. T. BASSBTT, 3.-5 Second St.
nlN-A good E. Carer (60) saw gin In
' fln-vnnnincr order and readv for work.
Price tW, Apply at George B. Metcalf'a,
fiMni.ltTlI PRINTINd OPFTCE
J Now atored at RECORD office.
TTPRIGHT PIANO-Good as Daw, cheap
KJ tor etna; or win axonangeior ooaru,
Address km. Appeal omce.
O BOILERS and Knglnea In good order, and.
41 all kinds aeoond-hana macninery, at a.
GAB AY'S, A'atandCom. Merch't, Memphia
00D 'WHITE WOMAN To cook and da
HIT Mr! hnusaworki mnat h are MWfim-
mendationa. Apply at 70 Mulberry street.
At 206 Union atreet.
D From lStoSOyaaraold.teleara the trade
t Btore Molding, inquire ai ine
BLUFF CtTY 8T0VH WORK 8.
O A WV1CH Onaanod sawrer
O Woodiuff Lumber Company
aaiornlnf at 10 o elook.
p'y at the
rnVEBVPonr-T. aall and aaa the oela-
Jll brated Gypay Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
gtreet, near roplar.
A WOMAN OF 8EN8K-Knery and re
anAtmhiUv Inr nnr hminaia in her lo
ality. Halary about 150 per month. Perma-
nent fioMtion. Heiereneea exooanged. a.o.
JOttriSON, Manager, 16 Barclay St.. N. Y.
TJARTY With IKiO to Ukethe exe naive I :
Total 34 0 4 27 10 4
Grahsm out for not touching third bat e
BCOBB BY INNINGS.
Mnmi.hlB 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0-5
NaPhvillf 0 0 tf 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Summary: Earned tuns Memphli,
2. Hnma runs Andrews. Dirstbase
on ba'ts Bv Souders, 5. btrnca: out
By Knonff, 11. Donbln plays Phe-
lan and Manning, eanaorH, jjutnmu
and O'Brien. Umpire Menitt.
Atlanta Strpnalh-na Her Orlp on
lariOIaL TO THI APPfAIj.l
Atlanta. Ga . August 18. Ifor a
lnntr limn the game today was any
body's race and up to the fifth inning
not a man nad crossed tne nome pmie.
In the fifth inning Savannah made
several bad breaks and Atlauti by
brilliant ba-e running scored two tuns.
Savannah gat two men on bases with
none ont at one time out by smrp
work and good playing tnaetner At
lanta prevented their scoring, lathe
Rf-venth inning Atlanta scored two
rons agw, but rain coming up tne
half inning was thrown out and the
score was 2 to 0. The Savannahs bave
a smlnndld team but COUld t Hit
Shaffer, while O'Day waa bit
Bifolv live times. enaiur
struck out nine men and hadn't a
ainirle hit aeaitet him. McQuade, the
umpire, was in me uiiy ima uurmui,
hut didn't annear at the game, and
much dtasatiBfaction was f xure sed by
the Savannahs, who declared be waa
absent by Atlanta! procurement. At
lAi.ta. nflHRta thia bv declaring that tbe
Savannahs paid him to go. Hera the
matter stands, wiih both sides indig
nant. Burners are afloat that Mc
Quade was approached by both aides.
-jertaiii it is ue ieib i-jwu. . uuubw,
one of ths A'lanta p'ayers, umpired
the game with marked fairnera. M-
to ts nave been mads to bave a league
nmpiie hers tomorrow.
Standing r tbe Leagrae.
'" ' 'AnEU'jiH ASSOCIATION.
' ' At ' CIBClUHATtl '
Oincin atl ...0 4 1 0 2 0 0 2 9
Louis.ville 0 0080000 14
Two base hits Mullane. Three base
hi ts Mack, 1 ; Oorkhlll, 2; Carpenter.
. Errors -Cincinnati, 3; Louisville, 7.
Tha Baltimore and Athletics played
a postponed game today. Game was
called at tbe end of tbe eighth inning
because of darkness, score:
Baltimore 1 0 0 4 2 0 1 19
Athletic 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1-3
Earned rons Baltimore, 3 ; Athlet-
- m , . t t, -r
iC, 2. IW case una iwauuuar, uiu-
Garr. Three bae hits Dolan, Larkin,
rittsburg, 0; Metropolitans, 2.
Earned runs Me's, 2. First base on
balls Pittsburg, 3; Mets, 3. Firat
ba e hits Pittsburg, 3; Mets, o.
Errors Pittsourg, 3. umpire valentine.
Billy O'Bkibn Is very pipular hero.
He was received with applause every
time be went to the bat yestetday.
Thb Charleston Avenua Browns
defeated the Madisin S reet B uss yes
terday by a score of (J to 5. Battery
for the Browns, zanono ana &.unn.
Goi.nsnr is a desperate bace runner.
and bnt for a toul ball would have
atlen home from third yesterday. I
was neatly done, and tuidaby played
in hard lu:k to bave it all spoiled by a
Thbbb is a noticeable and painful
ilence nowadays in the Savannah pa-
nera on the subject of "Mana.er
Snide." The recent defeats at Mem
phis have doubtless convinced them
he itn 1 83 snide alter an.
Thb Detroit mauasor is credited
with saying that a first class pitxher
would be cheap at I50J0 at this par
ticular juueture. If he tau hold out
till the 4th ol topiemcer ne can get a
better pitcher than his club boasts of
for muah less than tte amount above
muntioned. Cant. B;ard. of the Nash
yille nine, thinks Knouff has few su
periors anywhere, and that opinion.
will soon become general.
Mb. Waltbr Brown, secretary of
the league, in a telegram to our morniog
contemporary relative iu uw uuiumi
standing of ths league nines makes
tha following errors, tie gives ai ania
won 51, lost 27 up to and including
Monday. August 16. At that time
Atlanta had woa do game, as iouowa :
From Savannah. 4 ; iron. Nashville, 9 j
from Macon. 15; from Memphis, 9;
from Charleston, 10; from Augusta, 4;
from Chattanooga, 5. In tue same
telegram be gives Nashville 34 games
, . A ,1 . indict nt Or. n a
follows: 9 to Atlanta, 2 to Savannah,
fi to Macon. 3 to Memphis, 0 to
Charleston, 4 to Augusta, 3 to Chatta
Brighton Baach Itaeca.
Fint llcux. Purse for non-winners,
thrna year olds, three quarters ol a
mile, rawtt won oy a naiiiBngiu;
Ballerina second, Lida third. Time
.Second Kace. rnrse. tnree qu rieni
of a mile. Frank Ward won by a
length ; Lucy second, Toboggan third
TAird Kace. Purss, seven-eigDtns
of a m.le. Col. Morris won by three
lengths: John B. second.Baltaar third
Fourth Kace. Belling purfe, eeven-
eighths of a mile. Master Harry won
by a nose; unarm second, netuo wtu
kiDstmru. xime 1:.
Fifth Kace. Purse, one mile,
Malaria won by two lengths; Brucs
wick second, Montauk third. Time
Sixth Race. Purse, one mile and a
ha f. Windeail won;Tra'a gar sec
oad, King B. third. Time 2:4ui
alias "Texas Tom." Ths next morn
ing a tale gram waa sent to Redmond
from tha track, he Mcaivinjf ft toder
the name of Pat Thompson at plaoa
on Mich'gan avenue. For aome reason
tht scheme did not work and Wm.
Pinkerton, being told ol the plan ny a
business maa whom Redmond badsp
proiched in older to get blm t9 play
the race, obtained the msisifie. The
result was the arrest on yesterday of
Mr. Corrigan's f rman, Charles Price,
and the twoco'ored men named above.
They at once implicated Rrdraond.
Le yesterday aiternoon ce wan ar
retted and looked np at tha Central
ttation by Officers Murnane and
Fiynn, the arrest being made on a
telegram sent from Washington Paik
by Mr. Pinkerton stating that ho was
wanted for poisoning eight of Mr.
Corrigan's hores. That as many o(
the horses belonging to tbis great
Wtstern racing staMe Bhould nave
gone wrong hers has been a mystery
to turfmen, but it will probably now
be a mystery no longer.
TUE FIRST BALES.
THREE OF THEM SOLD AT THE
Tbe Handaome l'rlcce Krnllaed Yea.
tei-day-The Nnpftrlttrlty of Mr in-
ibla na a Cotton market.
BT ENGINEERS REGABDIS6 THE
Hints at a Deliberate flan to Force
the Illy 1b a Purchase or
The Cotton Exchange was crowded
yesterday bv a throng of interested
members, all anxious to exauiiue the
three bales that are entitled to H
honor of being tha first in Ihe market
from the Mouipliu district, two ol
the bahs wers from Mississippi and
one from Arkansjs. One waa raieed
by W. B. Wellborn, Duncan, Monroe
ounty, Ark., and was consigned to
Porter & Macrae, it classed stnet
middling, weighed 498 pound", and
was sold to G. Falls & Co. at 28 cents
Dor pound. Another bale was raised
by T. B. Hooker, of Delta, Coahoma
county, Mies. It was consigned ti
inner, inornton s vx, ciasteu strict
middling, weighud 5(i5 pounds, and
was sold to G Fal's & Co. for 2S cente
p?r pound. The third bale was re
ceived by t-'ou'.he-n Exprss ftora
Applewhite & Co , Lyon, Tunica couu-
ly, Mies., consigned to fc.. al. Apperaon
& Co. It also classed s'rict
middling, we ghetl 828 poind', and
was sold to Bnj. Babb & Co lor 28
cents. Mr. A. M. Stoddard cfliciatod
as auctioneer. The bidding was spir
ited and etaited at 15 cents and quietly
reached (he handsome figure above
recorded. Tbe price realised shows
the superiorly of Memphis as a cotton
market, lbe first bale at Havannan
sold for 10 rents, aud the first bale re
ceived at Ntw Yoik lot 10 J, while
Memphis goes them 18 cents better
and pays 28 cen s. The following will
show tbe dates at which first bales of
cotton were received daring the past
1q jmsi, August utn, irom xennessee.
In 18w2. Septsmber 2d, from Missis-
in 1833, August Z3d, irom Missis
In 1884, August 27th, from Arkan
In 1885. August 15th, from Missis
sippi. . ... .
in 188U. August ma, irom iukb s-
THREE TIMES FORGIVES.
Return er an F.lopfnar Wife te) Her
XT agency in Memphis of a business paying
50 per oent. net prout. Aaaress
AGENT, this office.
B A M ST R ft S8 A t on oe .
at li Jfc di nwm s, aia wm n.
QITUAW0N Aa working housekeeper by
IO experienced wane woman. m,vnisomo.
TCf IOKNew t Pttage. frora Oct. 1st; will pay
1 fM, AQd'ess, riviug ouuiuor ui r"uu.
and luoadty, U.5. woooson, nunier urra.
I "ADY AGENTS For Mrs. Campbell'e
J-i New " Tiller "a filter. Bust e, lloop-
, skirt and Underskirt oombined. lloops can
i UM,v,j ana .kirt liLondried. Adjusta
ble to aar aiae. Ve y fashionaole, and sells
for 12 to every well-dressed lidy as aoon as
shown. AgenU double their money. Al;o,
a mil line of new furnishing goods for ladies
and children. Address, with stamp. B. 11.
CAMPBKL.L A CO., No. t Wast Randolph
atreet, Cbicago. 111.
AiALKHIvriCN In every titate in tbe ) lon
r ;rr..;. pa iit m anijfactu k
TOO KST A tLISUMKNT having several
iKpantil.viaa thatare Dooular and el
fnar. Can be handled alone orlnyonneetin
-Th other anoda. Address TUB WM. B.
VRfflg. MANIIFG. CO.. BALTIMORE. MD.
i i aaa riH si Ta loan on rood
ijb'lUUU eurity, rent notes or indorae-
xaenta. or collateral. Addreaa
r. v. uva y
BAHB . j
Atlanta 58 27
Savannah 44 28
Nashville 41 86
Memphis 40 38
Clmrleston - 33 48
Macoh 30 48
LtS. tfcAtB"ER8-HIhest eash
priee paid by US HA I . mtipon
KNOW That I
lij filC TKBTB WITH GOLD for
Kit tit testa a 6. , K980-
343 Main areet.
nth AAT h- A fefLVlktor eash or ex
J eaaat. JklCUOaD.JtweeT, 4Maia
Boston 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 0
Philadelphia 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 4
E. rned runs Philadelphia, 5;
too, 1. Ho-ne run Ferguson,
bate hits Wood, Mulvey.
The Chicagos di-feated tbe visitors
through the medium of John Uiarx
son's pitching and ths clever base run-
Ping of tbe otuer men. fccjre:
Chicago . 00010024 7
Kansas City 10000000 01
Earned runs Chicago, 6: Kans's
City, 1. Home run Burns. Three bate
hi'.s iore and Ularkson.
The Washington and New York
clubs played a tie gams today. Scire :
Washington, 1002010 0-4
New York 1001002 "-4
Earned runt Washington, 1. Two
Sabatooa. N. Y August 18. First
Rare. For two year olds, three-auar-
ters of a mile. Nellie B. won; Al
Reid second, Bradburn third. Time
s?cond. Kace. fliue end one-eignin,
Harcfoot won ; Btrnnm second, Ulu-
ma'umtbird. lime 2:01). .
Third Kace Three-quaiters cl
mile. Fletoh Taylor won ; Lncis sec
ond. Little Minnie third. Time 1:18.
Fourth Kace.swe and seventy
yards Falconer won ; Chickabominy
second, Clay Pate third. Time 1:52..
Fifth Kace. Mile and Ihree-six-teenths.
over five hurdles. Burr Oak
won : Baeeaoio seennu, iiarry Mann
The Corrlcau Poiaoatnga.
ThB Chicago Inter Ocean has the fol
lowing to sav in reference to tbe ar
rnatg made on Saturday in connection
with the alleged poisonings ot n,d uor-
"tiias tcm" aoaim.
Fnr aAveral years past the name of
Torn Radmond. alias "Texas Tom,"
haa been notorious in tarl circles, aud
wherever a horse naa been poisoned or
"dosed." tbe first person mentioned
in connection with the matter was
"Texas Tom." In 1884 ha waa sus
pected of having gotten at several horses
on the West Side track, Boatman and
Leman being among the number.
F.vnri heiorethis time, however, he
had been ruled off tbe track at New
Orhans for poisoning, ot causing to be
poisoned, the race horse Carson, then
U!L. II' mn Kl. At Ih. 111
in IT, 111, W. BILUD O BIMUIU. AH .UO -
moetiog held at the old Cote Brilliants
track in ot. Laws, ne was arre stea oa
a warrant sworn ont by Sam Biyant,
who charged him w'th attemplirg to
noison ceveral hoi see in his stab e,
He was kept in jail for some time but
Bryant leaving wun nis staoie tur
Louisville be was finally released for
want of nrosecution. His modus op
eraLdi ws as follows: Freqaenlig
dnwntown pool rooms be would be
come acquainted wi h the employes
Ijt a S able, anu surr iiiraiiiiuuK uiiu
self in their favor he woul promise
them a he sum ol money t gives
hnran ihe d ss he bad prepared and
which a chemical analysis showed to
he laical v compared of laudanum and
chloroform. Ii the scheme workud he
would then find come unscrupulous
b9ttirg man who wou'd wjgar largs
Bums of money against ths horse's suc
cess, and as tbe one (elected
to be stopped was generally
favorite the scheme would net
fi usDi a rich harvest. At
St. Lor.i this spring Mr. Corrigan's
hi-ine Irish Pat went myslenously
amiss just prior to a race in which hs
. hot favorite, and from preeent
developments ths Redmond gang waa
ths cause thereof. Last week Liu'e
Dwyer, in Mr. Corrigan's stable, was
made a not laycrito iur iue whbpbh
tion takes, and tbe night bef jre two
eolorad men. Dan Reeves, a former
empo'e of Lorillard, and "Ten
Rrnk" vera seen near tbe track in
oloaa consultation with Tom Redmond,
Coscsrd. N. H., August 16. Ths
double elopement from this city, in
which the parties weie ueorgs t.
Maxam, a well known livery stabls
keeper; George W. Blake, a freight
eondnctor of the Concord railroad;
Mrs. Alpheus M. Dickerman and Mra.
Hiram T. Dickerman, is still the
talk of the town, and the interest
in the aflair Las been greatly In
creased bv the return home of Mrs.
Hiram T. D ckerman. She was driven
to her husband's door at 8 o'clock
Saturday night. She walked qni :k'y
to the eide d or, but found it ,'a toned,
hh her husband, worn out by worrl
ment. had retired and was fant aal pp.
Sue then went to the bouse ol Alphens
M. Dickerman. and entering sitl
'Halloa, folks!" In a lew mc
men s sue returned to nnr own
pushed in the cellar win
aud entering, went up
to tor hueband's elepping
He was sjund aileep, but
was awakend by her putting her
hand on bis head and saying:
Howdv. hubby." In answer to his
inquiries ehe admitted that the elope
ment had teen p anueu lor weeas
Sbe says all four went direct loOg
densburg, N. Y. Upon lur arrival
t iey went to a hotel, and then for tha
nrst time sue begin to repent, lor wuhi
she had done. Sue took Mrs. Alpheus
M. Dickerman to oue side and told
her of her intention ti return home,
and asked her to go back with her,
but sue declined to do bo, saying that
she never should see Conco.d tr her
Mrs. Hiram J. Dickerman then told
Blake she was going back, and bs fin
ally consented to return part of the
way with her. They U ok the first
train and arrived in Penacook on Sat
urday afternoon, where Blake left per,
he going back to Plymouth and she
going to London, where she in'ended
to remain witn ner momer. am ue
sire, however, to see her child was so
reat that she got a team and was
riven home. After tailing her story
there was considerable hard talk
hatwnan her and her husband, when
she suddenly left the bouse, and in a
few minutes be also went ouu it was
long after midnight when they re
turned togetner. AH aay jeoienmy
the house was kept closed, and several
attempts to get responses to ths ring
ing of the doorbell proved a failure.
Just about dusk in the evening Mr.
Dieknniian. his wife and a little cnlld
quietly left tbe house by the rear door,
entered the saloon car of the freight
train that left for BjBton at 6
o'clock and they are now in tnat city,
Thev tnnk with them but a little big
gag', and it ia net believed that Ihey
r- in remain long away. From tbe
fant that hs has twice bvfore forgiven
her nnHar very nimilar ci'camstancrs.
it iB believed that, they will again kiss
and make np. Maxam and Mrs. Al
phas M. Dickerman sre supposed to
be still in O.denibnrg, and it is not
probable that they will le'nrn.
MmrHiH, TaNM., August 10, lMto
Acid Iron Earth Company:
Gbntlkmbn For several months
psst ths little dauhter of one of my
lady acquaintances has been Buffering
severely from indigstion. Recently
T ilvid hr to use Extract Acid I'on
Fatth. th new natural remedy. Sbe
iiirl an. ami nxnerienced immediate re'
lief, and now, af er tbe continued uss
nf thn mmeirlv f.ir aeve'sl days, tbe in
digestion is entirely cured. ReBpect-
'U ljr,J. A. EHBETB. 18 Mulberry atreet.
PBgPARB FOB FtiOOnf.
Fonndations, cellar walls ami I uil!
Ings subject to overflow should be ran
structed with Lonleville Gwy... It i?
Feeling the need for in(ant action,
President lladden and Vice President
Lee, of the Police and Fire Commis
sioner, had a meeting yes'erday
morning and determined to make a
complete examination of the proneity
of tne Water Company and of ths
laws governing it, with a view to seek
ing a legal remedy. The City Engi
neer, Msj. Meriwether, his assistant,
Mr. Riee, who has charge of the
Sawer Department, Councilman Ran
d'e snd Fire Chief Weary, practical
engineers, and Mr. Kennett, who was
engineer of the Water Company
uuder the old regime, were appointt'd
a committee to make an examination
of the works. Judge Walker. Cry
Attorney, was requested t look into
tie law govtrniug tbe rights and
privileges tf the company.
The two committees los' no time In
getting to work. Mr. Ross loma ned
en duty all d-iy aud Mr. Kennett re
lieved him at sundown. He was on
watch all night.
Chiuf C eary, who returned to head
quarters about 3 o'clock in the after-
uoon, was a'iked by an Aitkal man
what be thought of the condition of
the tmmuing machinery.
'1 did not have time tiuake a thor
ough examination," he said; "but it
did not seem lo me mat any extraor
linarv Bilort was being made to in-
itpbsh the aunnlv. As a matter of
fact, the pressure was increased to
thirty pounds a little, after we gat to
the works, and I telephoned to Capt
Ryan to put a new Instrument on the
plug m lront oi mo omce uoor anu
teiit the proiauro there. He did to,
and repotted a pressure of nine pounds
That was doing tliBt rate. I remember
visiting the works a year ago when
the pressure was only li'.ieeu pounds
A go-d many I met on my way
down said they had no water in the
morning, but were getting a god sup
nlv I hen."
' Do I nndersland you to say that
the visit of the committee to the works
caused the sudden increasbT
"1 didn't say that," tha chiuf nn
swered. "I am eimply giving you the
'ui It as I got them.'
"Do they koep their reservoirs
filled out there?"
"Well, 1 11 tell yon what I know
abou' it. 1 iooaea into trie paain anu
ronlil nie a foot or two below the sur
fane numerous cracks in the mud
which covered tbe sides giving it the
annearance of having been sun baked
'r . ... - . i -i u
1 stuck a tticx on one s;ue so mat u
runted on the top of the water and
when I returned to look at It tbe
water had risen half an inch above tha
stick. 1 aakod President Latham why
it waa that the reservoirs were being
filled when they were wanting water
si bad in town, and he raid no water
was running into it. 1 oflered to go
audi alio; him, and he remembered
then having told his engineer to let
water in at night. He said he sup
posed he misunderstood him or some
thing ot tne ainu.
"Do tuu think it possible that the
leakage could bave been eufllclent in
the time you mention to cover the
atirk ?" was asked.
i-J 1 Ktntr nnl .ml Itstrlrtea T
, V , vumm awv , wuy vu.uu
noticed that the cap covering the cock
which admits water into the reservoir
had been freshly e'eaned off, as if
latniv nsed. I took a look at the pump
they have been laying all the b ame
on the past few days, and I couldn't
an anything particular the ma ter
with it. The bolt jm part was a little
nut of fix. but the ma n working por
tion seemed to be all light. To teli
vnn tha truth, it struck me that with
a litt e hard woik the city might have
all the water it needs."
While the chief was talking Mr,
Kennett entered and deposited his
hair of tio's on tbe ll tor. witn ins re
mark that he intend d to return and
remain on dutv all night at the works,
' Wlnt have you fouud out?" was
"Not enough o make a report on,"
he armored. "I picked up a few lit
tle point?, though."
rue Appeal, man was aDsoroeu in a
man of the s-wr f VBtem.
"Why. tbe pressure had increased to
thirlv-flve poundu before 1 1- ft, snd if
they would change that old governor
ever they could put it at forty or raise
the rjtd uff tne t uilding."
The Appral man continued to study
the nmp He waa becoming deeply
intereited in it.
Thev have only ssven pumps work
ing," Mr. Kennett continued, growirg
eloquent to tne nine ciowu iu ins oi-
nte and paying no neea 10 tne re
porter. "Four of the old and three of
tbe new. i saw two new pumps in
prime condition and both Idle. The
nno-lnnar tnlil me that thev had a canao
Ity ol Z,uuu,uuu gauons uany eacn. ine
Diatlorms supporting mem Dave been
allowed to rot out they could be put in
running ord.r In three or lour days
Thev complain that they can't get
men to work. They said one party
had promised to begin tomorrow
maybe. Things have just been rock
ing along, you know, with no pro
vision of any kind mad for an
accident. Duplicate parts are kept on
hand by every other water company
in tbe country. Tneiaci is, gentlemen,
they are lost playing."
Tbe ApraAL man redoubled his at
tention to the man of the sewer sys
tem, wh-ch was really one of Mr. Roes'
masterpieces In blue and white.
"What do you mean by playing?"
"Jest playing. The fact is they
don t want to furnish a supply."
Mr. Kennett lowered his voice almost
to a whisper and stooped over as he
let fl v this last da-t.
"It will take two lawyers a week to
got all I know out of me when I
finish my investigation," concluded
rush from the house precipitately.
HattiA hsrima very iniligoaot over
tills action and immediately retired for
Tha next morning ss tne young
woman (I d not appear as urr iiruni
time for breakfast, Mrs. Spohr became
alarmed and vielted her daughter's
apartment. The room wss greatly dis-
' t A t -
arranged and ivatie a ttuua was few"1,
to.ether with all her wardrobe. An
open window and a twisted sheet told
the story of her escape She had low
ered the trunk from the window, when
it w.s carried off. Search was at ones
made for Conkltn, who was tound but
denied all knowledga of the girls
whereabouts. Today Uonaun caused
the ant at of Mrs. Spohr.
THE COTTON KXtHANUEt'OM HIT-
TEE Ml UK A BKrOBT,
AnoihfirFrfdrror the Mcinphla and
Charleaten 9enerl Mpll.cs
ConaiTTga Roou-MaucBAKTH'KxoiUKiJa, t
A1IUP1IIH. AIIKUSl li, in. I
W. J. Chase, Esq., President:
The following report, nad at a meet-
ina of the Exchange yesterday was ie-
ceived and adopted:
Bib We have tne nonor io mae
the fallowing roport on the work as-
aioned to us. 11th Juueut.st a
mHtiBB hold for the purpose of con
sldering the qu stion of delays to our
draya at depots, Ciuseu uv tueeiuurue-
ment of an order issued oy tne rutin
freight agents at this plaue:
A It r nAverul meetings of a Bub-
rniiimitt,,-o from our committee wi'h
one from Ihe railroads and stearanoais
we obtained from ihem an aeenrancs
In writing that all trouble of this kind
should be removed, and from frequent
inquiries of merchants we urn sat Btled
that tuey are carrying oui umr jiruiu
In addition to this they nave Bgreoa
to establish the following weights,
Salt. 3C0 Dounds ner barrel : beef and
pork, 3,10 per barrel; beef snd pork,
175 nr half barrel : (lour and mtal,
200 ner barrel : Hour ar,d meal 100
per half birrel; Hour and meal, 1C0
por hall fai'K ; " aur anu mem, pr r
diisrtersick; fl mr and meal, 25 per
eighth ea-k; beer, in kegs, 100 per
We find from correspondence with
the exchanges of St. Louis, Chicago,
Louisville and Cincinnan, as well as
Individuals, that this places us on an
eanal foutering with the ab.ive cities,
except on a very uw mut-itu, anu wo
trust we will soon be able to suggoit a
plan to get uniform rates on theae.
We will 'ay that ihe officers of ths
several railroads and the Anchor Line
have shown great Interest in tbe wore
we bave been engaged in, as well as a
disposition to do all in tbolr power to
further the lnterea's ot our merchants.
Respectful.y, . v,,
We At BT riltl'lrtlst VU UI Ua
JOHN ti. TOOK,
W. W, BOHOOLFIBLD,
"THEY WANT YOUR HEAD"
THE EXAMINER'S 0MS0CS WHIS
PER TO SURVEYOR BESSEN.
The Trne Inwardness as lie HI Yes
lt-Capt. Tobln to Be Ap-pointed.
Blpler to Albany.
Tt. la rnnorted that the Ship Island,
Ripley and Kentucky railroad is being
rapidly constructed. It la expected
that the road will be fully completed
from Rip'ey to Albany by reptembnr
20th or October IsU At Albany it will
tap thq Memphis and Birmingham
rna d. aViri thence extend to Middieton,
J enn , where It Win tap me niernpuie
and Charleston. It ia to be a feeder to
Ihe latter road.
be Conldn'l Brook Rml Popper In
Her Lover'a Ereaj, Ho Hhe) Took
Corona, L. I August 16. Cathe
rine Spohr isapratty 18 year old
J L . t - 11 .1- L. , .. I 1. .. .. .. .
utuauicr u a won iu uu nu.ci u jiu,,
of this place. Fur some time she bad
received theaitent'onof Casper Conk-
lin, a carpenter, much Bgainst the
wishesof her parents On Wednesday
of lat. week the couple visited Rocka
way Beach, but through sime accident
thev mimed tbe last tra n from linn'
ter'a Point and wers compelled
to hire a coach and drive the
six mites, reaching the home of
tbe young lady at 2 o'clock in the
morning. The coudIb f xd ained their
efolav, which was not well received.
On Thursday night Casper msds an-
nther visit to the home of bis sweet
heart He was not cord a'ly greeted,
and foddenlr Mrs. Snobrtiok a hand
ful of red pepprr and threw it In bar
visitor's eyes, which caused blm to
Lontsvllloand Nashville Acquisition
A Nashville special (ays: The Louis
villa and Naahvile Railroad Company
having purchaeed the Indiana, Ala-
hnma ami Texaa loao. rreHiuenc uur
don, of the latter line, oruerou tne
secretary and treasurer to turn over
!, nmntrtv in F. P. (tracey. presi
... r......j --
rtnt.. tSiiliecnuers to ine enica uj
tha rrail. however, today served
ii nnn thn renresontatives of the
Indiana, Aiaoama aim luaan
notice of an injunct.on to prevent the
t-ansfer. The Louisville and Naah
ville and Chesapeake and Ohio Com
panies have been endeavoring for
nma tlniH tn Hflcnra the road, and both
had submitted proprsliionB loosing to
that end. The citiaena of tlarkevillo
wnra about to Vote JoU.UlHi 10 atU in
tho construction nl the lino, wuen tn
T.niiihville and Naehville plajed its
winning card. The road will be lo
ut,l and stalled to Princetc
and the entire line changed
to the standard , gauge. The
Indiana, Alabama and lexas
will run through an excellent region.
The people of Clarksvllle are indig
nant over the eale of the road and the
Chespeake and Ohio management will
endeavor to wrest it from the fouls-
ville and Nashville by lltigttion, nut,
it ii believed will nnt likeiy be successful.
PROSTRATED MY HEAT.
An Old rman ilraeh nm Me"r
Bteeona nirmt nii.ni. g .
An old German carpenter named
Haemmerle was prostrated by heat at
4:30 o'clock yesterdsy aiternoon, and
fell in the alley back of Mrs. Malates
ta'f, 367 Second. A number of Ihe
employes of Craig & Co. ran to tbe
man S assistance, out were at iuon
what to do. Justattbls juncture Mrs.
Malalesta, who had been notified ot
the occurrence, came hu-riedly to the
scene, and under her skillful snd alnd
ly ministrations, the man began to
show signs of improvement. II in bead
was kept cool by uainirg it wil l ciiu
vinegar and his syrs were moistened
with cloths steeped in cold hsandy.
For an hour and a hall tne ainu
hearted Mrs. Malateata applied ber
i,i f tn tha work of administering re
storatives to Ihe s'ricken man, and it
is solely to her etlorts tnst ne was
brought back to coDsoiousnesr-. In the
meantime, ths president of a German
rocie'y and other frienda'anived and
took charge of the patient, win had
sufficiently recovered to pennlf of i :s
hfllrnr taken botne ma naca. nr.
HannmBrle is a wi do wer about 65 years
of aire. and renidna at 31 1 Georgi s street
n 1 .... , . ; . .in
Ills condition rasi ingui v,o etui swn-
A WALKING (.ROCERY STORE.
A aj erro Arral.l l.isat Nigbt With
n ajlaciianefltna atia os nuaurr
At 1 o'clock last night a negro, aged
"S. who save ins name as I.awson
Joce, and who olaims ti reside at 75
Front street, was arres'ea ny omce's
Kehoesnd K-Hyon Uarroll avenue,
on suepicion of being a thief, f hH
followi g mis(ellaaeous plunder was
found on bispersin: OaeColi'sarmy
p's'ol, loadtd, 40 cheroot cigars, 3
black gut'a percha combs, 3 feet of
sausage, several bars of soap, bat
tles of bluing, snuff, smoking
and chewing tobacco, in short,
a small sized grocery store, all
packed in a sack and bucket He also
carred a jug of whisky and a bag of
sngtr. He claims to bave come by
them honestly, and that be received
the goods for work do ie in the coun
try, about two m.lns f ora town, for a
grocery keeper named Lowry. Judge
Harden will bave a bap of ion with
that merchant tha morning.
No renlv was received yesterday by
Mr. 1 lessen in answer tn his telegram
sent on the evening before, tendering
bis reeignatnn as tMiiveyor ol Cus
toms. Mr. C. L. Larp, the special '
examiner, raid lo Mr. Hessen, how
ever, tbat il hs were asked his opinion
he would say fiaokly to tbe depart
ment that no reaon ex s'.ed why his
resignation should not be accepted.
"Ti e luepector will tell you," stld
Mr. lleseen ti an Appeal man yester
day, "that my accounts are correct ta
a cent My enemies wanted nu ex
cuse to pounce upon me, and tbey
have fouud it in the shape of a tech
nicality. When 1 Tient to Helena on
official business last Friday I told Mr.
Mercer, my clerk, ti lot B. J. Kenimts
& O.i. havo four barrels of whi-kv
they deeired to witndMw from bond,
but supposed l e would collect for it
when delivered. Ho nys now that
he undirs ood me lo iiutruct
him to Itt tliem h,ive it and
1 would collect when I re urr.ed home.
I got a check Monday aiternoon attr
bauking hours., Ti;ey wore good to
mo for ths money, which was only
tiM, s they had a big lot of atuU'atiu
in bond, hut it was a tcbnital vio'a
simi of tho law enough to make a
point ou. There are other reasons for
the attack made on mo. The first bond
I gave was a Hiinis bond, you know.
Altar I had been cotlirmed by the
Sduata 1 discovered that tbe g-ntle-men
would not renew. 1 called Mr.
Merc r in and asked him if lie could
aid me in giving the bond. lUBtjd
he could not. 1 then tild him I wou d
have to grt another bookkeeper in or
der to in iko a bond. He sa'd he would
not Wane me.tl.at self preeervatlon
was the tint law of natuie. About
t' at time Mr. Hart Frteinau came lo
me, suid he lira it-1 was Having some
ililllculty about bonl, snd thai lie
could tlx It for mo if 1 would allow my
bondaiuen to n mie my lookaeaper.
agreed, and my bona was
signed by W. A. and DaV.ney Collier
with ttie ti'ideraiunuiug tnsi inn mvi.Br
would ba my tletk. Tho bond wis
properly ilgneii ami forwarded to
Washington, inai win u iuu
bond, you know. T hen the low be
gin. A apecial gent was at ouch teut
uown here to investigate inv hoiks
aud my bond, and the ay he hunted
ont and pu- atrats on techuleaiitl-a in
duced me 10 ana mm a air.i irn mu-b-
tion. I wanted to know ol mm wi at
it all meant. 'Do you as t as an
official or as a friend ?' he eatd. 1 te-
plied tbat 1 asked it as n irieuu.
Mien,' he sald.i'l'll tell you n sinly
that they want your head and they are
determined to bave ia If you dun t
give up now you will have it tddd
later on.' To make it more severe,"
Mr. Heesen continued, "i wss in
formed that I would have to retain
Mr. Mercor. I saw at ones tbat I
would bs unable to fulfill my contract
with Mr. Collier, ar.d in doapair 1 tele
graphed my resignation rathor than bo
bounded to dea'h f w a little office
that does not pay $100 a month.'
That Mr. llessen waa no longer an
especial pot with the gentlemen who
had him appointed, has been known
by all those who took any interest In
the matter ever since the election for
Demociatlo Executive Committeeman
In the Eighth WJ, a position for
merly hold by M. .lessen. When the
time came for him to make his bond
they had him on the hip. He was
worried almost to death for weeks, and
escaped the loss of his office by default,
by merest hair's breadth. The eection
of the party wbich 11 ret bad blm ap
pointed was "si rry it spoke," and
kept sagely and awfully silent
notil the lime for making
the bond expired. Mr. llessen
had failed to notlly them of the new
bond he had made. Tney Bent up a
petition Baking for the appointment of
Capt. T. F, Tobin to what thoy snp
pts' d to b a vacant office The reply
that Mr. llemett had given bis bond
wai a deadtner. But there were a fow
special exniiners laying around loose
andrneol them was s-iit on at once
i ,iu .ta Mr. Hiumhi. The opera
tion was performed with neatnor-s and
. 1 . . rS 1 ! I. I.. Ian
diepa'ch, and uapt. loom, who i
ever? resp-ct a clever and worthy gen
tleman, will lia appoint d almost with
HMlLIKU ASP HLAN1).
A Mew "ohool ol rislloaophf In lbe
There is a certain claas and a large
one. too -In the city which is not at
all disturbed or annoyed in any way
by any of tbe greit piobleras which
have late y been agitating the public
mind. The danger of a war with
Mexico, the probability of a water
famine, or the gymnastics of ths mer
cury are things which wotry them
not They pursue the even tenor of
their way, smiling, bland, and chew
ing Bol Ooleman'a Ko-Ko Tula.
CIIBTKRNB Bollt and repaired and war
J rented. Inventor of the Benttary Port
land Cement Pump. Contraotor and briek
l.ver. Telephone a. TII'W. CUBBINH.
C10 W-0ner can have by prvvins property
and payina chariea.
T. P. SABOKM. Plireonrno-t road.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
H81RABLB ROOMS-Wtth board.
Al 16 aiaqiinn street.
ROOM8 AND BOARD Newly famished
rooms, with boe'd. at 4tt Market street
ainala or ea
iiiita. furnished or unfurnished, with or
without board ; cither rooms, liH-lUtt Court St.
TDBAUTIFUh front rooms,
vithout board; terms
140 MADISON ST.
R00M8-0ne large front room with bal
enn and one larae back room with
largo drassing-rciun, and ithers as good a
.an be found In the .Ity. ijutos BT.
ROOM Vurnlshed room, with or without
board, at 11K Court street.
-With excellent room,
IJA AUA.lt!! PIUBBiI.
K NICK Rooms, furnished or unlurnlinea,
with or without hoanl. at I ff M-.lunn t.
ETTKR On Thursday. August 12th, from
tha farm of Anthony Neiherland. Her
nando rosd. a lemon and white setter bitoh.
Tlie fl oiler will be liberally rewarded on re
turning her ti otBt-e of
" W. II. HATES. V$ Front st.
MKMORAXUUM BOOK-On Saturday af
ternoon. Aug. 14th. A reward wdl be
..-M A.- II, ,ltivnrv at this office, or to
v T. V. NKKL. White Haven, Tenn.
SKTTER-Return my lemon and white aet
Ur bitch "Florence," known by moa
Memphis sporUmen, and mining since July
I5tb, to 4(J Vance sUeet, and receive reward.
Edireworth Boardiog and Day
BCHDeLfor Young Ladlea and LitW airla.
Mrs. H. P. LSKKBvRB. Principal,
f stts school year will begin ea Tharadag-.
epleatrer M, HHM.