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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1880.
' (iMtMMi to
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
No. 38 MADISON STREET.
In in recelnt nf a 1arrfr.
leeiea stock or tAssiatii.s,n uusitu?. stin.xis
and OVERCOATINGS, (all
flnne ITiam m-a a Avr nfcnwn
strict rnmnrlsRi the chnlcegt
,- - -
ana most aurawe goeus in gentlemen's wear.
SSf Samples and Priced on application to those
who have left measures.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Iaventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cament Pomp. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone 888. THQ8. CHBBIS8.
LADY'S BREAST PIN With amethyst
net. Literal reward lor iti rturn to C.
W. Beattie. at B. Lowenstcin A Broi,
7 N T H U RS D A YN IQ U T Pro m the term
J ot Anthony Nethorland, Hernando road,
A LEMON AND WHITE SETTER BITCH.
Had on a oollar with the name "Thomai
Gregory" on it. The 6nder will be liberally
rewarded on returning her to office of
VV B. 1ATFS. m Front Mreet.
RETAIL GROCERY Doinir rood bull
ne; reaaona for ae'lin given. Apply
te P. McCADDBN A 00.
C10TT0N HIN-A No. 1 Cotton Gin, Filty
J Saw. hoap. Api'lyto K. Dudley Fray
rtr, No. i)"S Keennd eireet, city, or W.S.
Jackson, agent, Magnolia Mock Farm, on
. Born Lake mad.
BOARDIStt HOISB-Dning a good bual
nees, central y located ; will tell cheap
on account ol bad health. M.O., thli office.
OLD MATERIAL In tbe alorehonses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low
enstein A Bros.': must b. removed at once.
Apply to JOIJN RE1D. Builder.
1NE CANARY Price, $5.
Chelsea. ner Third and Looney an
AIRY Wiih bouie and Ave eorea, for
rent, with all convenience for dairying.
W. H. NKLHON. Be-a asenue.
"VTEAT COTTAGE Of six roomi, and lot
J Mill, 54 Dean avenue. Inquire on
CHEAP One second band ROCK A WAY,
noariyasgood new, at 101 tlnitn st
DRUG SIORE "oCharlentonavennet do
ing a first clan prescription and dru(
business. Good reaaoni for lellini. Apply
atf3 Linden street.
ONE BED-ROOM SET,
One DiniDg-room Bet,
One Kitchen Set,
with possession of house at once,
31 8T. MARTIN PTRKBT.
PUPP1E3-By "Gath'a Mark " out of
Mo"omb's ''Katie." For price and ex
tended Kdioree. address
- THOS. OIKULL. Bonds. Tenn.
EDAR "ENCING POSTS-Fnr sale by
W. K. LAftsUPi, barainivino, aia.
BOILER-50-H. P. boiler, teated to 160 lba.
water p'eisure. willaeli chean Apply
,at SPI" ER d GIN..
HOTEL AND LIVERY STABLE Alio
mill an I gin, two-ttorv building, will
J60-hore eniiine and Mler. at Batesvllle
tffliss. Addreai J.. L. FLETCHER,
"TT700DLAWN STOCK FARM-In theituS
VV one thoroughbred Running Home; fee
120. One Trotting Horse; fee, 110. OneJer
ey Bull : fee, ti.60 Foa Sli 30 Horses.
S Milnh Cnws. K heed Butcher Cattle. Pea
cocks and Newfoundland Pupa- Horsei on
pasture, t5 per month; Tezaa horses, lo per
day. Telephone JOSEPH BURNKY.8S2. .
for eaah; or will exchange for board.
Address K M. Appeal office.
TORKHOtTSE Small new brick torer
hnnie, fit Desoto Bt. g. n. acuAiuuie.
00M Front room, iouthrn sipo-ari
RICK HOUSE Two Story Hrick House,
anu xioueeuoiu uruii'iKo iui
"DE8IDENCE-Eight rooma.at 8 Market
XV itreet Apply at il Moaby treat.
ROOMS One large front room, with email
room and large eloaet adjoining, unlur-
pianea, joo tibw .imp.
00M8 Two Ter detrM front too ml,
lurnisnca. m hj munifow htb"
00 M A nicely furnlthed front loom at
111 Jellerton aireer,.
HOUSE No. 171 Vance streets nine rooms
and outhouses j large lot; apply to No.
16 Vance street .
No. 59 Jickron itreet.
ROOMS Pleasant furnished and unfur
nished rooma; buainrss center; aplen
idid loca'ion. H:l Madiaon atreet.
00.M8 Two furnlthed or unfurniehed
rooms at iu mauison urect.
TAE8IRABLE 0FKICE8 In the new Cot
I I ... T?-i.i.M Ttiiiiilinv. linvle or in
.auita. on very reaaonahle terms. Building
heated thoroughly by ateam. Elevator run
ningfrom b"emnttoaitin. Apply to
HENRY HO ITER. Secretary.
RESIDENCE-342 Vance street.
Apply a' 3.11 Vance street.
NEAT COTTAGES At cheap rent to geod
: tenants, jpmimu iiihii; iiri
OOMS with board, for gentlemen. Day
boarders wanieo. lame "JjJ"
TWO pleasant furnished o' unfurnished
rooms on Washington street, No. Ill, bet.
Third end Fnurth. No children in family.
KESIDJiNtK"a'-a K".un. ,.
L. B. EATON. 12 Madison t.
ROOM Nicely lumishid Ironi room, good
locality, at lit Coin trsot. .
E LEO ANT newly lurnlhed rooms, bsth'
ro-ni, eto Inquire at 116 Court street.
rlOTTAGE No. 4?2"Coort street extended,
I Annlv at 218 Main tret.
rTl)H UllllllSK Onnnnicd by llcsnan k
O Co., No. 2u" Main atreet, " Lee Blook.'
Inquire at No. 4 Madi.ony.rc.
TrjmfwnF Prom tint. 1m. nl.ff.nt brick
XV residence, o. 108 Washinton it. For
rnvam)lvtn i No. 716 Msin street. ,
STOKEHoliSES-Tlie three nnw first-class
Storehouses on Shalv street, noxt north
of the Gayoso Moiei. lerms lensciuuuio
Apply to ICARKINGTON MASON,
AVV" w 5 Ma.lison street.
Ti? i.-i a pit H ijiT Situated on Kerr av
...... hnnse. six looms, stable.
ne cistern, and well fonred Call at
A.K. SLOAN'S, 221 Mam it.
HOTEL-The Monewall Hotol and Rail
road Eating House at Grand Junotion,
Tenn. AppIv to J. 8 Day. Receiver. Nos.
3t'it) and 3J Front street, Memphis, lenn
Pnsessin iven iiuuieniateiy
AJO. I'M MAIN STREET-Opposite tee
ITavlnr a front on Man
and me on Poplar street reodtra Ihia prop
erty very rte'irabie. call on -
.1 a 1 KM bftft. .., a 1 weiiunn
HOUSES On and near Walker aven re,
uu Elmwood street or line, fron the
C.n.....k. ....... 1 Kaiimi. (mill two to
eight rooms, in good repair. A polv et 36
Unioni reet. JOb.
"1H0IOE OFFICEt-'-On r-'econd Itn'y, oc
eon. Dentist. cornr Union and Main atreeta.
AIS0, SUtlaOie BLdVCriW S H'lum.-i nmte
n,,l. .t.ld Union street. JOS. LENOW.
DESIRABLE POOMS-Sultablo for Ueht
housokeerinr, N.cor. Bee'nd and Markot
TS.7 EW 8-ROOM HOUSE-NO. 112 Jones av
JJN enue. Also, two new houses, south side
Poplar, east ol J unisp, will oe nnisneu oy
lOKBUiJlJsK-Froai 1 t September, one
four.atory Main sreci Finronnuin.
1 7 p. W. H0Y8TKR A CO.
-w n , 1 1. .-ni.il L' fli.nr .nil Anllap
Ji with side and war entraneei, Ijoe. 3
and 305 Main street, rossessiuu
or sooner, if required. .
Officea and Store-rooma. No. 282 ;"!.
Kooma for light housekeeping, No. 3,0 Fop
lr street, ovi-r rlrug sto e. AM1 jo
R. B. BNOWDaN or J. L. GOODLOE,
TTIRONT AND REAR OFFICK-274 'Front
W fflftanun ,,.rr"zi
X" atreett eotton-room and omoei lermi
moderate. APP.yxo w. k
OUSE No. 162 Robinaon atreet. 6 rooma,
in good lepair, iooo cisiere w...
Vvcn. a SNKKH. 5tl0Se'Od st.
FFIOtVj The deairatue Iront jBoee on
It ii- nf 42 Madison street, flloln-
.iJiCoiton Ki.-t.anae. MENKENAL'iu
FURNHED Rt0MS At M Monroe It.
one square from Peabodr UoUl.
HCRHAY A RIDCELY, )
more Tarlpd anil lioHai
tbls season's: Imnnria
ftl tlita mofliAt Tl,-
dealirna. finest nliimo
TO THE DEMOCRATS OF THE TENTH
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT-Iu re-
61 y to an article which appeared la the
emphla Avalanche en the 20ih of August,
oritiaisinr 1 mv attitude in teie(t to tbe
Congressional canvass, I pub'ished a eard in
which I substantially staled in answer to
the solicitation of friends that I was not a
candidate for Congress. and that I would not
embarrass my lriends nor obtrude myself
on tbe ex uncils of the Democratio party, but
would make the eanvass if believed the
wish was general lor me lo do so. Since
than I have been very rener illy requested
from s i parts of the district to beo ime a
candidate, and ), therefore, annoance my
eantidacy, subiect lo tbe action ot tbe Dem-
FOR SALE, RUNT OR EXCHANGE.
A GRAND NEW ST0f EUOUSE-At 8ur
rannded bill. Arkansas, the best cotton
region in that State, eub'y-five rnilesfrom
Memphis and fif'v mi es Iroai Little Rook,
on the M. and L. R. R. H. Apply to
Mo. 11 ADA Mo hi .. Merophi-, Tenn.
Also, sever. 1 Slock Ranches in Grand
HORSE From KB Beale street, on Ratur
. dav. August iblh. a lisht sorrel horse.
white in lace. A liberal reward forhis re
turn to MRS. D. rl A ACK, 12R Beale.
BAY MARK MULE From C. F. Smith,
Horn Lake Landing, one bav mare mule.
.bout eiabt years old. filteen bands high:
mane reoently trimmed. Brine to F. A.
Jones A Co.'s stable snrt he rewarded.
ROOMS AMI BOARD.
85 ADAMS ST.
)LE A8ANT rooms and board, with use of
bn th-roo m ; terms reasonable. 1 43 Court.
DESIRABLE Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished, sincle or insuite. with board, at
72 Madison street.
NICK KOOMS-With -r wilhont board.
133 ADAMS ST. .
BEAUTIFUL Ir-ol rooms, sfosle or en
suite, furnished or nnlurnlsbed. with or
without board; other rooms, 104-106 Couttlt.
ROivvIS With or" without board; lermi
reaaonable. 140 MDiS0N ST.
OOOMS One large tront room with bal
LV eonv and one large back room with
larg- dressing-room, and t tberi as good as
san be iound in the city.
7 u nii o r.
00M Furnished room, with or without
hoard, at tmtlp irt street.
XTITRRK A reliable white nnrse to take
IN eare ol children; liberal wages wilt be
paid; references required.
iippiy stow union street.
UTOHER A t od butcher; none other
need apply, inquire at itn neaie street.
KtVKRYBODY-To call and see theeele
I b.ated Grnsv Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
GIRL Good steady git) far housework.
At 181 Seoond street.
rlLERK An energetio, intelligent young
J man. who is willing to wra. as elerk.
Mutt have good referencea. Address,
unruuna, inn omos.
COAT AND PANTS MAKER-Steady em
ployment the year round. Apply to
T, Murphy. Jackson, lenn.
BOY An Intelligent office boy, from 18 to
17 vean old. who can come well reoom-
mended. Apply at 196 Adams street.
SALESMEN Two experienced dry goods
talesmen at 113 Beale street.
TEAMS Ten douMe teams. Apnlv to
JOHN KEID, Builder.
UTCHER One general slaughterhouse
butcher. Apply at once at
11 ADAMS STREET.
Memphis Wholesale Meat Co.
POSITION Ai Cashier and Bookkeeper)
have had 15 years' experience, and can
lurnish best of references or nvebond. Ad
dress N. Appeal office.
AY uOAKD In exchange lor Music Lei
sons. Address MUS1U, this onico.
ERVANT A gotd dlning-rom servant,
mate or icmaie. appi at
80 COURT STREET
SITUATION A3 COOK
O apnlv at 220 Reeond street.
TO UORxOVV ,
Nine hundred dollars, on rood real es
tate . ' Address u. j.. tnts omoe.
CJALE8MEN In every State In the 11' Jon
O to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
jrsoULTiss thatare popular and easy sell
Inr. Can be handled alone or in connection
with other goods. Address THE WM . B.
CP.rOF M AN1IFG. CO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
IjXPERIENCED8HIRT.M AKKHS Apply
Hi at once to LOKB k MOOK'S Shirt Fao-
tory,313 Main streei.
EVERYBODY To call and see the cele
brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near ropier
1 Ann FEATHERS HI, hest cash
pr.ee' paid by GABAY. Memphis
Hi V r, n I 1 U " 1 iu rv.sv .u., . win
I FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
... a.., v nr.nv rrn T' ITJ. I7 TU.t 1 i 1 1
next thirty ,.,..o,,iu.a wessoii
213 Main sreet.
LD GOLD A SlLVltK-Fornash or ex
ehanre MULVORH. .Tewe er. 2M Ma'n
oi u vears a 17 Court Place, now at
ally physWus uut U
nod mtiimi "
s WUI nrort.
SrmfcUttTbfiA nd (myotomy
tt eh rt?TJ or toirtiDUM m 7 twin, miui .. -
fiwiok tfilMtn: NivrouinriM iiVtMiilu MntMld
oir)r twn, Of otnat omu-fl-w, un prwiiM-iiifr
tiu. ht tlreiiui). DtiniiiiM of HirtiU DateciKf U ". - 7
jiitUrrtOH).'l"','0oB FlM. A vttrivb tu BncuHj . m!l
ft'B of .'dan, IU o Sxtwl PfWOT, ete.. Pl-i
riUzr Unprn vr or unhpTT, itr UiorotiRblt t'0''
KnU -nircd, jSYPHIti IS l-'""' 0-, "d
(irr ly rrn II it?4 fn,tB me, aTSto; G0H0rrneV
DLET atrlJtur., OrcailtU, rDim( .w Hnyum
i.-ejiaD i'ittierprlvBtediiMaet qutekl; lured,
h w iMf -vlint int ptiir alolaa wbo p 1 "tta
.Mrulae1iiMor4lMMi. nl irMtin ibwrnvA inn
vMt. .;utrr..remi. Phtahiana knt'vlnjtt taot at
tj-roni-tj pfrtcoi to my w. Whn U v am 14
ie-1 tsStif Uj mfill or Tprwt yvkiwa.
Cure OntraoW i Cnr
ina.iiwiiuua prtK.nll .1 by rm x
j turkey rw,))! nix am MtfipotiMM 4wieUr maMmm.
KtU ftM, tnr eTTTVY HL tt fAt
JOt -ax la rihctu4 b nisad by uL kaanm
For Sale Engine and Boiler.
O Fi HORSE POWER Nearly new. Also,
ZlO smokeatack, belting, pulleys, ihalt-
lug, tools, etO.Applv to or edrlreii
' TOOR. MnUOWAN A CO
W. A. WIII2 JLTL.EY
Real Estate Agent,
AXD V. H. COMM ISSIOXEK,
2X1 afaln, e-sirTle.illsiftP. Memphis'.
Koch's Pat. Store
ll:i.VIX is adjustable to meetany need
be put up by any one. I sseqiiHleU fur
Pantry and Book sneivee. Addren
KOCH A. B. COM MfrM
Bel MAIN T., PEORIA, ILUer,
Nl mrnsai Uardwre'o..St. Lonla.Mo
HAVING qualHed as execu or nnder the
will of the late Robert Worrjioley, I
give notice to those indebted to said estate
to pay me at once their indebtedness. Per
sons holding claims against tbe estate will
present I hem to me for settlement according
10 law A. rr , saiivi
BILL MD BIT.
A FEW WORDS OF REPLY TO TOE
. SAYAJiXAlI "TIMES."
Good Ball riAjInr at SU Louis
And Pittsburg Results of
Thb Savannah Times of a recant
date, reprints tbe following from this
If Macon. Chattanooga imlfl, vtknih A. SI
dispose of their franchises they had better do
it, for it isextremely unlikely that Memphis
will risk going through souther season in the
same league with either of them. Business
is business, and experience has demr nstrated
that baseball does not pay in the cities
named. Nashville, Memphis, Charleston,
New Orleans, Mobile, Kvansville and Atlan
ta will make a good enough league without
monkeying with towns where the 6nancial
life of the club ii threatened every time a
game is lost.
The Timtt. commenting on what tbe
Appeal piiuts, says;
Really Memphis has a ble eaaa nf aw.ll
head. For tbe benefit of the Memphis Clab
we will state that Savannah will he in the
league next year. We don't see why Mem
phis has reason to oomplain. Savannah paid
her her guarantee every tint she played
here. Savannah can compare gate receipts
with the Memphis Club, and if anything,
have the largest amount on our margin. We
suppose Memphis ii mad beoauee Savannah
has so niuc i the superior club to them.
Then again she wants new fares li the league
because she thinks sbe will have more
chance for the pennant with an inexpert
enoed town. If Memphis is too good for as, let
herskipoutof the league. But one thing is
certain. Savannah will be in the Southern
League noxt sea.on whether Memphis ie there
or not. We will state for the benefit of t'ae
Memphis Api'Ial that tho Savannah club
has money enough to put up her guaranteee
to plsy the season out, and will not be tired
out of tbe lesgue, as Memphis was hut year,
lor warn oi iuiius to pay ner guarantoe.
Memphis is more of a "jay" town than Sa
vannah, and Memphis has a "snide" man
ager and a olub of that name, whioh cost, al
most nothing, while Savannah has the best
ind next to the most expensive in the league.
Ton above cnmmentfl of tha Savan
nah Timet require a lew words of rx-
plsnaiton and reply. It is trne that
Memphis wa nr a out 01 t he lot cue
lst year, but for no f ult of her own.
The Memphis Clnb owed a certain
earn to the league treasury. A sum
qaal in amoaut to the indebtednets
01 Memphis to the league as due
Memphis by the AtlauU Olub. and
that club premised to pay the amount
into the league treasury for account
of Memphis. Accepting that promise
and snopoung it had been faithfully
kept, Memphis was ignorant of the fact
tbat ber indebtedness to the league
had remained uncanceled. For tnis
breach ot faith on the part of Atlanta,
Mem pals was, ts the savannah Tuntt
tersely puts it, "fired out of trie
lepguv una in order to set hick had
tn pay $1000 for the pnrcbase of tho
Columbus franchi e. It U proper to
remind the Savannah Timtn, a'fo, that
Columbus ftill owes Memphis guarac-
tee money for tnree gtmes, and that
tbat amount was not deducted as
it shou d have been from the price
paid for the Columbus franchise. Now
as to savannah s boast that she can
compare gate receipts with Memphis,
it is a matter of record that the club
was not very lontraco in serious finan
cial r traits and had to pass round the
hat to enable it to flaisa the schedule.
That circumstance was published
in all prominent Southern pa
pers and has never been denied
even by the nmt. it is
aleo well knows tbat in the course of
meeting of league directors at
Macon to take ac.ion with reference
tithe dUbandment of Augusta and
Cnattanooga a inotioe was offered j
pledging tbe remaining six clubs ti
play out tbe season, and Macon and
Sivannah refused-' to sj obli
gate themselves, though Charles
ton, Atlanta, isahviile and Mem
phis were eager to do so. It
is also an indisputable fact that Sa
vannah not later than ten days ago
implored Nashville to excuEe ber from
playing her scheduled games in the
afer city. If these things do not in
dicate financial weakness of a pro
nounced character, and do not prove
that Savannah is not a safe town to be
included in the Southern League
next year, the Appeal will bs g ad
to publuh substantial pronf to the
contrary, if the Savannah Timet will
furnish it. There la nothing so de
moralizing to the game and its tuc
cess as the smpic ou that fin inciil dis
tress may result in the dismember
ment ot some club included in the
league. Players become panicky, the
public interest ceases, and the whole
bminefH di generates into a farce. The
Memph s management will cava
do more Augusta . or Cbattt-
nooxa business in theirs 11 they
can avoid it, and will object to en'era
if agne composed of clubs any one of
wnicu in uuouio iu. luruisu iuu naiur-
factory as urances not only tbat it can
last tbe season through, but tbat it
will briog into ibe field a club com
ro ed ot players of recognized skill.
The Savannah club of tbis season
more thin satisfied the latter require
ment. It was composed of excellent ma
terial, but financial weakness at a crit
ical period in tha league's life had the
eff ct of tempting the Savannah di
rectors to offer their beet players for
fa'e to National League and Associa
tion clubs at remunerative prices.
That the bargain wai not consum
mated, and that the club was enabled,
through the liberality of public spir
ited citic-ns, to tide over its financial
t oublfts is not in itself a reassuring
fac or in determining whether Savan
nah will 1)3 a giod town to tie to next
sea'on. It is useless for the Times to
indulge in such taunting reflections
ai that "Memphis is mul because
favannah hRS to much the superior
club." We will assume tha'. that
euperioiity has been established by
tbe fact tbat Savannah notahed annaa
of Memphis. Judged by the playing
ot tbe Savannah club here, where six
games of eight were won by the Mem-
pnis tram, uie supeiiuruy iu iuo sa
vannah club is debatable. But be tbat
as it may, Memphis win welcome as
?;icd a club ts Savannah's into the
eatfue, provided tbe clnb has a finan
cial backing that will inaure Its stay
ing to the end. Thai's what Memph's
wants, am tbat s what sue wi.i must
Joe Willie', leeim Win. Another
ISPgOUL TO TBI irPIAL.I
Fort 6mith, Ark., September 7
The Memphis Brjwns, a picked nire,
met the Fott Smith Athletics on the
ditmocd this afternoon and defeated
tbe latter bv a score of 11 to 4. Tais
is tbe fir. t time tbe F. r; Smi-U club
has been beaten and it is thj first of a
series of thiee games.
Tbe 3ame at Barton, Ala.
IcoaaxsronDixci or TBI arriiL.I
Bastou, Ala., September 6 The
Blnfi Crcek and Bar or. boys crossed
bats bere Staidy in a very interest
ing game. Tbe Bluff Creeks were not
in good form and did not play np to
their average. The feature of the
same was the battery work of Huston
and Wheeler f r the Barton boye,Hos
ton allowing but few scattering hits to
be made off bis delivery. 'Wheeler is
ai good an amateur catcher as can be
placsd behind tbe bat, only allowing
one ball to piss him. Ths fielding
and batting of loman for Baiton was
very Sue. Sco'e: 0 to 2 iuUvorof
Barton. Tr. Gilmore umpired the
game to the satisfaction of both clnhs.
They will croje bats at ltinff Creek
next Saturday, the 11th, and a good
game may be expected.
Detroit,); WaablaatoB, I.
Detroit, Mick., Sjptentbir 7. A
well and at times brill aatly played
but uninteresting gaxe was that to
day between Washington and Detroit.
Ciane wts hit safely but five times,
but he gave tn bites on tails, sharp
fie'ding alone preventing the scoring
rf mote runs. Smith, for the home
club, ws very effective, allowirg but
four mush ica'tmd hits. Eich De
troit ran ctme from a base oa balls,
while a hit followed by two wild
pitches gva the visitors their run. ..,
Detroit V 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 -4
Wssblngion. 0 01000000-1
Chicago, 1S New York, II.
Cnic.GO, III.. September 6. The
Chicsgos defeated tbe New Yorks to
day by out bitting them and by mag
nificent bate tunning. The visitois
had the game won up to the eighth
inning, and the excitement wits in
tense when tbe home team pounded
out five hits for a total of eight bases
and four race. Tbe charmed thirteen
runs were made and the game wen.
Ktefo piched well ft six innings and
then let down. Fiyon and Moollc
played a fine game and Ryan did some
splendid fielding. The fielding r f the
visitors was not clevar, thi ir errors
being costly. Five thoutand people
were present. Score:
Chicago ... - 1 10 5 0 0 2 4 -13
New York 3 0 3 2 0 3 0 0 0-11
PfclletelelphlM,l ataroena, O.
Bt Louis, Mo., September 7. The
Maroons outbatted and ontfielded
Philadelphia today, but were shut out
by a score of 1 to nothing Tbe (core
should have been a tie in she seventh
inning, when (iliisscock reached first
on a scratch hit, went to second on a
sicrifice. and really scared on Denny's
clean drive to ceotu, which Andrews
fielded to the borne plate, but Glass
cock, by a fine slioe, beat the ball.
Tbe umpire, however, declared him
out. Kirby and Casey pitched finely,
but four bite being made off the for
mer. The best features of the gams
were a left banded catch of a bot liner
by Denny,. Daily's fielding and tbe
battery work of Kirby and Myers.
HK Lou's 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 00
Philadelphia ..i.ilj0,0 qa 0 00 C-r-1
Kanin liy 13, Boaton 9.
Kansas City, Mo., September 7.
Tbe Cowboys fielded perfectly t )day,
and after th fifth inning piunded
Bufnnton witn great effect. Weidtnan
pitched a good game, and Lillie and
Radford each mads a phenomenal
catch. Tha Boitonians fielded poorly.
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 4 2-13
Uoctoa 0 0030000 03
Couldn't Solve Mllroy'eCurwee.
Baltimore, Md., September 7. In
ability to solve Ki roy's curve, was
the cause of the Mete being shut out
today. It was an interesting and at
time exciting gam.
Baltimore ..3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0-5
Metropolitan ....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
The Cyclone ritehe. Another Win
Philadelphia, Pa., September 7.
The Athlet cs excelled the Brook'yns
both at tha bat and in the field today.
bnt battery errors by Miller and Rob
inson enabled the visitors to score
enough runs to render an extra in
ning game Deceenry.
Athletic 0 01100010 25
Brooklyns.....a 00200000 0-3
L'.alavllle, 9t tia.Usnntl, 4.
Ciscibiiati, O., September 7. With
fourteen bits, two ol which were two
bapgars.the Uincinnatts only sent four
men acrcss the p'ate today. Louu
ville d d not do ao much hitting, bnt
depended on tbe errors of tbe home
team for their mos. Cook's catching,
McPhee's battisg and fielding, and a
handsome running catch by Collins
were the chief features.
OincinraM 0 0 1 00 0 1 2 0-4
L u svllla 0 0 0 2 4 0 3 0 -9
Brown., Ht Plttabsarff, 1.
Pittsburg, Pa., Saptember 7. Ths
champions won today's game in ths
ninth inning on errors of Carroll and
Smith and a base hit by Combkey.
Previous to tbat the home team had
played without an error, but they be
came ra'tled at tbe finish and allowed
their opponents to score two runs after
erne man was out. The feature of the
frabie was tbe fine work of Galvin and
Fonts. Barkley got tbe only two hits
mailt! on me latter, anu uraiviu um
not give the v sitots a hit until
sixth inning. Attendance, 3,200.
Pittsburg 0 0 0 1 O'O 0 0
8-. Lonis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bakir won the first gimehe pitched
for Rochester, the oppo.iog nine
(Ut ca), only getting three hi s.
Hub Collins is knocking the cover
off the ball for Louisville. In a game
with HL L-.u's Sunday be got in two
doubles aiainst tbe great Foutz. That
makes him solid for next season.
6hetphta Bay Unrest.
Shsepshkad Bay, N. Y., September
7 First Race. For three year olde,
thra nuartfirs cf a mile. L'ttle Minch
won bv a length and a half; Princess
tecond, uy itebei tnira. iimu i;iu,
ct I it I ' .. 1 1 .r... ... mil.
Becky B. won by a length; Shamrock
ivrimn wnf. r iir n i sktdi i.iii.
BBcnnd. Frank Ward thiid. Time-
1 -41 4.
IVtird Race. For tero year olds,
thr e quarters cf a mil?. Connemara
won by a lerg'h and a half ; Almy
teoond, Fenelton third. Time 1 :10i.
Fourlh Jlace.-tot ail ages, nuienuu
a furlomr. Jim DougUs won by a
legth; Una B. second, Klgln third,
rima 1 :65J. , '
Fif'h Race Mile and five-eighths.
Luckv B. won by a head j Kxile sec
ond, Liu'sette third. Time 2:49J.
Sixth Race. Mils and an eighth on
the tu f. Ferona won by three
lengths; Elirabeth second, Ernett
th'rd. Time 1:5H.
Folot Brer.e rarh Raera.
Philadelphia. Pa , Pep'emb- r 7.
First Race, (at Point Breeze Park).
Tbree-qnarters of a mile, for maidens
ofallskei. Toribera woo: Monarch
of the Oaks second, T. S. O. third.
Second Race Three quarters ol a
mi'e. Col. Owons won, Buccaneer sec
ond. Time-l:17J. Mutuals piid
Tftt'rri iJac. Three quarters of a
mile. Redbuck won, Bill Sterrltt sec
Fourth Race. Five-eightbs of a mile,
for two; ear olds. Maygar won: Nina
B. second, but was disqualified, and
ths placs given to Mggie Bowers.
Fifth Race. One mile, for three
v.ueniria. tastiest won : Lida L. tec
ond. Qorj.Prici th'rd. Time 1 :45,.
THE DUCKLG SEASON
TOE ORGANIZATION YESTERDAY
OF A NEW CLUB.
Fine Sport Expected The Cycling
Interest -Fall Race Meeting
A new ducking c'ub, to be railed the
"Waponoca Ou'icg Oiub," wjs organ
itsd at the office of Clapp A BetrJ yes
terday afternoon. Tbe following of
ficers wers elected:
Jno. K Speed, president.
W. D. Rethell, vice president.
Minter Parker, secretury ao J treasurer.
The Executive Committee is to bs
compose! of Bun F. Price, V. Lucas
CUpp and Robert (iallosray. The
members are as follows :
L. B. Suggs,
W. W. t-rhoolflold,
8. P. Walker,
Dr. J. E. lllaok.
James M. Dreer,
II. W. Miller,
W. K. Poston,
1. M. Patterson,
Fred W. Nelson,
Bun F. Price,
John K. Speed,
Or. IJ. n. Samders,
Dr. R W. Mitchell,
W. A. Wheatley,
I). II. Poston.
V. P Poston,
11. 1). Ellis,
J. K.I lieealey,
Charlos P. btewartr
Daniel V. Jones,
Robert U alio way.
Oen.O. H.Nettleton, James U. Sullivan,'
J. K. Lock wood, Clovelind B. Clark.
This is a new addition to the other
numerous sporting clubs in existence
bere, and being composed if such ex
cellent material, and having excellent
rponing giouods in near reach, ought
to be a big success. It is the intention
of tbe club to put tbe clubhouse in
comforiable condition. Fine spoit is
losked for this reason.
Toe Cycllnc Intstreat.
"I think we will take in eeveial new
members I his week," Mid a member
of tbe Memphis Cycle Club last night.
' If the club was a little s ronger we
could do a great deal more g)od tbun
is possible at preeent. Vve should
have a clubhouse of oar own, will a
practice hall and small gymnasium,
and we ought to do something toward
makiug records. The track at Cycle
Park could be fixed up in first rate
shape for verv little money, You have
no idea how daily riding improvesone.
I live away out in tbe suburbs, snd
ride in tj my business every day snd
back again to supper. Nearly every
morning I start out early enough to
txksaspin of eight or ten milts, snd
find in)8ilf comtantly improving.
Formerly I bad no health in summer,
but this teuton I have not bad a day's
sickness, and it would be bard lo find
a man in more perfect bealih."
The I'all Mmlas;.
CjI. Montgomery, the enterprising
president nf tbe Jockey Club, has de
termined to make the fa') mooting a
big sDccsas if ' Old Probe" will let
him. Tbe arrangements at tbe track,
where reveial thousand d. liars were
spent, sro so neatly perfect that little
can bt done to imi rove them, but he
will neglct no detail tbat suggest!
its-If to htm and he thinks of every
thing, f-eveial filers are a'ready
quartered at the track and a number
of the itibles which will take part
will winter here. The purses are large
enough to tempt the biggest turfmen
and tha starters of cudicient speed t j
draw big crowds.
Laeal and Uenoral Bole.
Two wiiks from Saturday tbe great
race betweenGaodaurand Beach take
Whih doei the Ama'ear Athletio
AtHocfation inOnd to give another
open air exhibition?
Bbacb's victory over Teemer has
not increased the odds on the former
in tbe betting on his race with Oau
daur. Judoi McDowbll bagged bushels of
p-airle chickens on his trip. He
hunted nearly every day and Is as
brown ts a berry.
John L. Fuli.ivais refuses to partlc
ipite in the athletic exhibition at
Newark, September 13t!i, althongh he
is advertised to appear.
E. 8. Walkrb, E glleh amateur
court tennis player, is expected in
NewDort. R. I., shortly to plsy Tom
Pdttitt, professions! champion, a series
of exhibition games.
MihiAnnis Oarlxy has been match
ed airainat Vm. Graham in a contest
at liveb rJs and clay I igeons. Tbe
Bhoot will undoubtedly tke place in
tbis city the lore part oi uctoner.
Thb cordial iavitation of the Swamp
Angel to the B ack fish Gunning snd
Trolling Olub to "come over and
shoot" his not been generally accept
ed. There is a lingering impression
that he meant "come over and get
Thbrb Is some prosp ct of a ma'ch
being ananged in San Francisco be
tween vonng Mitchell and Tom Cleary,
nd Buffuloand Con Riordan have
come to terms. Tbey will meet in
abont two weeks. Riordan is slrsady
Thomas M. Hardwick. the chsm
Dinncowbov bicvclist of Kilu, will
ride at Montgomery City, Mo., against
any three Western men, a distance of
six miier, eaca oi the inree men re
nuind to ride but two mi.o. The
rnnteat takes place September 15.
Prizes valued at $50 are offered by tbe
Montgomery Fair Association.
A NttHiiEB nf Nashville. Tenn.. atb
letes wi l participate in tbe meeting of
the Missouri Amateur Athlot:c Club
on the Ul.h of tbe present mc nib, and
which promises to be one of the most
tupceielul meet tbe association baa
vet given. Entries are coming in Fast,
and it is expected tbey will foot up to
moie th 100. A special fea'nre will
he the appearance of II. M. Johnson,
the champion sprinter.
the last of her race.
The Heath or Mr., tsallle NtranK
Tailor, Wlfo of John II. Taylor,
Long before the war and immediate
ly after itt clrsa tbe wtranae larnny oc
rnnin ! a hish ancial noaition In Mem
nhi. Mai. J. P. Strange was a lead
ing merchant, snd do man stood high
er for integrity among businessmen
He was surrounded by teveral aleters,
whn were known for thir beauty, in
telligence snd many charming traits
of character. Tney descended from a
nrnminent family in North Carolina
conspicuous in politics and all that
constitu eA the good citizen, and their
refinement and social worth strictly
comported with tbe tradit ors f f their
ancestry. But the great tomb builder,
the remorseless euemy to humanity
Ronsomnt oo pursued the Strange
family with an anger that wis iusa'ia-
ble. Dating the mil nr.een year,
one bv one faded from earth until
only one, Mrs. John H. Taylor, was
Mt. She knew I hat tbe enemy to
her race, the fell destroyer who had
atmck down her brothe'S and sitteis
hsd laid his ruthless hand npon her
vitals and in her sorrow and desolation
she clmly waited, snd with a sublime
serenity and tranquillity contemplated
the destiny she knew waa inevitable.
Sbe bad to wait iQDgec thai she
pee'ed, but on Sunday she died, and
in her death a proud and nobis race
vanished faded from the eanvas
which rince presented a beautifvt tab
leauMrs. Sallie Strange Taylor was
born in fluvanna connty, Va., Jtr?y 8,
1834, and came with her parents to
tbis place in 18 'S, and was connected
itb the eahbath school ol the First
Methodist Church as far back as 1810
and has been a member of said church
lor the past thirty twoyeirs. Justice,
candor and tru hfulnesi characterized
evetv act o! ber life, a devoted wife, a
fond and loving mother, im affection
ate Bister and a true friend, faithful in
all the telations in life, ever ready to
assist the needy, administer to and re
lievo the sick. Having spent a) life of
nsefulnees, as the lived so did she
di, ready for the summons and wished
sbe could ted the world what power
there was in the Christian religion.
Indeed, few persons have lived
life so lull of usefulness
and beauty at Mrs. Taylor. With a
grace and refinement which won an
who knew ner, sun ais romoinen an
unselfish eenre of duty rarely equaled
snd never eurpvsed. llr reminls-
censes were lull cl light, aid love,
howing bow much' the had enjoyed
life's glorions morning. She knew the
ctrtam doom that awaited her, and
while she loved tb's beautiful world
and the dear ones it contained for her
she had no dread of tbe inevitable.
She leaves a precious inheritance to
all her kindredthe memory of a life
devoted to duty, pure and noble, The
wirld ia better because she lived. The
friends of Mr. John II. Taylor sympa
thise with him in his great sorrow.
For many long yea-s the wife
he has lost bat been his inspira
tion. Iter words nerved his n-m
with strength in misfortune, and
proepeiity was sweet to him
becaone It brought pleasure to
her. She wai toe guiding star of her
husband's life, and however great his
philosophy it will bs no protection
sgainet the billows of sorrow that have
overwhelmed him. A heart ai big,
tender and loving as his, bleeds sorely
when it is wounded. As an old friend,
we wish we could say something that
would not a s ar in lit night of grief ;
a 1 t ie (lower ia his lonely path, wbote
sweet fragrance would be a lulling an
odyne to his bruiBed and anguished
THE MEEiTnU TODAY
OF III K BIRBCTORS) Or THE BIB
Hchrnte of I lie tJsMtra'lia Palrlle
Haaaaa I.I nee Ue neral Heiwa
The directors of the Kansas City.
Memphis and Birmingham Ktilroad
Company will inet here today to
elect officers It ii a foregone con
clusion as already stated that Oen.
Nett'eton will he made president and
general msnnger. The loca'ion of
shops and other details will ulso be
Bier Ball road Year.
This is i he biggest railroad
Kantas baa ever witnessed.
Titans have invaded tbe State, and are
straggling for tbe mastery. The enor
mous aggregate ol luiiy louu miles
will be co t'uctd in Kansas during
tbe year 18811.
Hot Spring. Ballroad.
An effort has been instituted at
Hot Springs, Ark., to have the pro
jectors of tbe Fort Scott, Arkansas
and Louis ana road begin work to and
from Hot Springs. The possible pur
chase of tin Hut Springs railroad by
the Hvm fete is tamed ot ireeiv. ano
it ia believed tbe sale will be effected
if "Dianond Joe" Reynolds, tbe
owner, is willing. A lumberman at
Gi fford, in Hot Springs county, has
offered a bonus ol JlU.lXW and a tract
tf laod for tbe new line to tap tbat
Cleorala Parltle Kitenalona.
It Is stated on good authority that
the diretiois of tbis company have
ordered the extension of the western
division of the road from Johnsonville,
Miss., eastward to the Illinois Central.
at or near Greenwood. Ihe Uentral
Company is building from Kosciusko
to Starkvilie. which tha Georgia Pa
cing reaches by a branch from Cdum-
bus. Running arrangement witu the
Central after those extensions are
completed will enable tbe Goorgia Pa
cific to nin train from Atlanta to the
Miesifsiisol: f ir btfoie tbe wotk can
be douo tbe space to Columbus will
be ckised, March Ht being the date
now given out for the latter consum
mation. Greenville, on the river, is
the western terminus cf the western
DRILLING) AT JACKSON.
Th.Urand Encampment to Be Held
There Next Month.
A drill and encampment will be held
in Ja k'on, Misi , October 13th, 14tb,
15th and Kt'h under the memgement
of the Mississippi Stat Drill Associa
tion. Mississippi troops only will be
allowed to compete. The following is
a list of piizet which tbe atsocation
Ho t drilled company (open to all),
Second nest anueu company uibu
Beet drilled maiden company, $100.
Second bisi drilled maiden com
liest drilled four, any company, $(K).
Bct drilled captain, diamond badge.
Hi hi drilled lieutenant, gold badge.
IS -Bt dril ed sergeant, gold ba fge.
Beet drilled private, gold 1 adge.
A number of Ihe best baseball
clubs in the State will compete for a
handsome prize and the champion
ship of tbe State. The Hon. Jefferson
Davis is expected tiopen the encamp
ment and leview the t-oops. We ex
pect to have at least fifteen companh s
JutlKi McDowell for tbe Menate.
T tha Editors ot the A ppeal :
At no time within the history of
nnr ministeiiiil affairs has there arisen
an.-h a neceesitv for tbe shaping of the
de-.tinyof our future in the selection
of proper material to represent us in
mir State legislative halls as tbe
n.usnt. Without disparagement to
lh. rilnnaa nl other'. 1 believe L DUt
ecbo the sentiment of a large put of
the body politic in saggetiug and call
ino' nnon Judae W. W. McDowell to
allow his name to be presented ai a
ramlidat. for the State Senate. His
nrr-nnntlnn for many voets of high po
nit noa of nnbhc trust, at one thus sn
attorney ol Urge practice, then County
Attorney, and eight ytans presiding
officsr oi ths lsrg-st chancery division
of tbe ttale, and the laiiasut iiuwaru-
ship rendered in ech instance ten
lore him eminently ft 'ted for the posl
tion sugnted. If JuJge McDowell
saill consent to. serf e us. tuccess will
nnt only be onra. but we shall reap
la-gely ol the bene ftl Ol wis legisla.
AID FOR CHARLESTON
RAISINS FUNDS FOB THE 8UF
FEBEBS BY THE SHAKE.
The'Appolntnient of Snbconnittees
to Solicit Subscriptions-Hand-some
Parse to Be Raised.
The (o-nmlttee appointed at the
me eting Monday met yesterday morn -ing
at Ihe Meicbanis' Exchange for
organization, and announce tbat thev.
will call npon tbe cit!zne of Memphis
chaibxah martmi'b AHWOBHCIMSKT.
Tbe Front Street Committee, cam
P"sed of J. II. Matt n, J. R. Pepper,
W. A. Everman, A. VV. N-ewom and
F. W. ltrodo, will take Front and
Shelby streets and eross streets to
Main. Messrr. Pepper and Newsota
have been assigned to that part of tbe
route south of Maditour and Mersrs.
Everman and Urode north ol Madisoa
The Main Street Comraittoe, com
posed ol Fred T. Anderson, J. M. "
fcemmo?, II. J. Forsdick.
Sam Schlots and Elias Lowenstehb
will take Main street and croes streets
The Committee f'-r the City at Large. .
composed ol J. T. l'etiit, R. G-. Latt.ng
and John S. Too', will take all other
streets not entrni, iated above.
Toe Oommiiio.s ,ur Banks and' In
surance Offices, compoeed of J. W.
Cuchiaa, S. P. Rend and John P.
Godwin, will visit thoie institutions,
and will a to have subscription lists at
all the bauks for the convenienes of
thoje persms wbo the committee
may fail to find.
Tbe committee for the city at large
rr quest all cltaeae who foel inclined
to contribute to this object and wbo
may not be waited upon, for want of
time or knowledge of location, to leave
their sub cripiion with Mr. E. A.
Keeling, secietaiy of the Merchants'
Exchange. All committees will report
the result of iheir collectionsat tbesec
retary's office, Merchants,' Exchange,,
at 2 o'clock dally.. Pait'et living near
the city and in small towns adjacent
to Memphis, who with to aid in this
wotk, are tequesttd (o send their
names and amounts to W. J. Chase,
president MerchnnU' Exchange, or to
W. J. Ctawford, President O Jit in Ex
change. The tommitle deem it useless to
enlatge np u tbis subjtut, ee tbe peo
ple of Memph s tnd vicinity aio too
well known lor deeds of ctarityand
tiu beuevo'enco to need any special
urging to contribute to a caute like
tb:s. The (acts ire weH knowu. The
distress is real and aid mutt be given
at once. Memrstis has nevor b en .
knowu to stand back on such occa
sions', and this will be no exception to - -the
ru'o. We hope our neighboring
towns will respond cheerfully aod
promptly to tbia call. Comrnitiei0
who have not received their anlmosc,
tlon lisis will please call f-r them at
tbe Merchants' Exchai g'.
J. n. MARTIN, Ohalrman.
Official: K. A. KituNii, Secretary.
KMC UTS OK PYTHIAS.
Urand Parade and Pleale at B.tlval
The Koighis of Pythias will have a
grand picnic at Eatival Park today aod
tonight, xhe profession will start
from Cattle Hall, no. zuo main street,
st 5 o'clock p.m. in the following or
- Mounted Police.
Prof. Arnold'a Band.
Lieut. Col. ll. Reiohmann, Burgeon R. L,
Lull. Adiiitant K. A. Lavlor. mounted.
Tenneaaee Li vision No. 1, under command
of Blr Knight uotumanaer iteiier Anaer-
Lleut. Otto llohrlaoh, Chief of First I'la
Lleut. J. T. Kressenberg, Chief of Seeoad
.ri-i.i Y.I..I-I r.L. 1 r I O-.l.
VISlling l,lvisiou 'Jl ,liv uuiiurn nana.
Progress blvlslon No. 6, under command of
Blr knight i;omunanr It. a. t ainrs.
Lieut. 8. A. Pool. Chief of First Platoon.
Lieut. K. llosanhelm, Chief of Beoond Pla
toon. Roland Division No. 2, under command of
bir Knight Commander J. M. itradley.
Lieut. V. Veiling. Chief of Fint Platoon.
Lieut. W. 1). Cannon, Chief ol Second Pla
The Hoe ot march will bs riowa
Main street to the C)rnr of Liu den.
thence to tbe park, where a dress pa
rade will be given.
Daddy Davb, by Mary Fiances,
12 mo., paper, 50 cents. This little
volume is intended to momoiialize tbe
character and l.N long services of a
faithful servant, who, at slave orfrsed-
man, fo lowed tho lortunrs ol the mas
ter and miBtrss in adversity and want
as well as In prosperity and plenty.
Daddy Dave 1 tbe type of a numerous
class of those whose love for "ole
maiea and "olo missus never grew
cold, whose fidelity never faltered.
There are these who ctn recall out of
the misty past a faiihfnl and trusted
one wbo clung affectionately to tbota,
and porbaps eveu now can place their
band on such a one as "uaday iave.
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II. B. Cladin (N. Y.) by Executor
Jno. Clsllin to II. L Gulon, lot 6, 7,
I). 10 and 11. country 'ot 4!M, Union
street, for the sum of $500.
C. H. and Lucy Smith to Nelton A.
Bill, mortgagee, 37J feet front rorth-
etst corner hycatnore ana rioni
streets; sonth put lot 452: $250, undi.
vided hall inteiest tneoutu pail.
Thli pv'wder aever vvriM. A Barrel et
nrlty,itinth and wholeeotseneee. Bore
..mloal thaata. e4iJ kl.di. an
eannot be wold In Kapacdon wl.k tk.
anliit.d. el low tV por weight alow oi
Saaige Powdh Ce,,! U t.tlXert,