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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1886.
' IlKMIor te BURRAT K1DGELT, )
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
, No. 38 MADISON STBEET,
Is in receipt of a larger,
lected stock of CASSIMEKES.WOKSTEDS, SUITINGS
and OVERCOATINGS, (all
tions.) than iras ever shown
stock com pr lues the choicest
and most durable goods in gentlemen's wear.
VSf Samplet and Prices on
who have left measures.
HORSK-FromlKBeale street, on Satur
day, August iititti, a light orrel home,
white in laoe, A liberal nwj frnis re
turn to MRS. I). tlAACR, 126 Beale.
BAY MARK MUMJ-From C. F. Smith,
Horn Lake Landing, one bay mare mule,
bout eicht years old, filteen hands high;
aiane recently trimmed. Bring to F. A.
Jones Cw.'s etiihle mil he rewarded.
DOG A red hound hitch: voder will
ideate rolurn la 4,7 Shelby street and
be 'ib rally rewarded.
T ADV'S BREAST PIN-With araethytt
XJ net. Liberal reward 'or its r turn to C.
W. Besrtie, at B. t.nweni'teiB & Brn.
ON THURSDAY NIGIIT-Fromtbe farm
uf Anthony Notherland, Hernando read.
A LEMON AND WHITE SETTER BITCH.
Mad on a eulUr with the name "ThomM
Gregory" on it. The finder will be liberally
rewarded on ri-turuintr her to office of
W B. (MTFS, Wi Front street.
RETAIL GROCERY Doin pood busi
ness: reasous tor te bur given Apply
te P. McCADDKN A )U.
C10TT0N HIN A No. 1 Cotton Gin. FX"
J Kaw.chop. Apply to R. Dudley Fra,
ser, No. Second street, oity.or W.8.
Jackson, agent. Magnolia btock Farm, on
Horn La he road.
BOARDING HOUSE-Doinic a good busi
ness, central vlo-atcd; will sell cHeap
on account ol bad health. M. C, this offioe-
OliD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
Senate Building,' occupied by B. Lr.w
enstoin & Bros.' ; must b removed at onoo.
Apply to JOHN REID. Iiuildor.
INE CANARY Price, f-i. Annly eor-
ncr intra an i bouncy b s , uneisea.
AIRY Wiih honse and fire acres for
rent with all convenience for dairying.
W. II NKIHON. Ba'S avenue.
NEAT COTT AG E Of sii rooms, and lot
200x44. 54 Dean avenue. Inquire on
(1HEAP One second hand RCKWAY,
J neariy as good as new, at 10? Unii n st
DRUG STORK 75Chr!eeton even ire: do
ing a firt class prescription and drug
business. Good reasons for selling. Apply
tV3 Linden street.
O" NE BED-BOOM SET,
One Dining-room Set,
One Kitchen Set,
with possession of hou'e at once,
34 ST. MARTIN STREET.
PUPPIES-By "Oath's Mark " out of
MoComb'a "Katie." For price and ex
tended pedigree, addre
THOS. ORGILL. Bonds. Tenn.
EDAR FENCING POSTS-For sale by
w. K. liAKhUH, Liartlnsrllle, Ala.
BGILER-50-H. P. bo'ler. tested to 160 lbs.
water pressure, will eel ' cbean Apply
at ; SPI'KR'3 GIN.
WOODLAWN STOCK FARM-In Ihestnd
one thoroushbred Running Horse; fee
f20. One Trottin - Horse: fee. 810. OneJer
gey Bull: fee, 12.50 Fob Sals-80 Homes,
3 Milch Cows, 15 hosd Butcher Cuttle, Pea
cocks and Newfoundland Pups. Horses on
pasture, 15 per month : Texas hor'os, 10n ner
day Telephone JOSEPH BUBNKY.SM.
UPRIGHT PIANO flood as new, cheap
for cash; or will exchange fur board.
Address K M. A intent office.
TWO NEW COTTAGES FourTooms, Nos.
2'.4 and 21b Klli"tt street, nom Dsoto.
Appyto MR, T. McNULTY.
Corner Elliott and Desoto streets.
TOKEHuUSE and rooms above, No. 33
Poplar stieet J. I. enrgasnn X 'o.
TORKHOUSK Small new brick store-
honiie, f,2 Oe'OtoSt. K, M. MC'A L.L.U M
00M Front room, southern exposure,
suicable for tbroe. 66 Monroe bt.
RICK nOL'SE-Two Storv frick Uoute,
and Ilouteaold 1 urnitnre for s.iie.
t07 ADAMS cT.
RESIDESCE-Eight rooms, at P6 Market
street Apnly at 47S Mosby str-et.
ROOMS One large front room, with small
mom and large oloset adjoining, unfur
nished, at 368 Vance streot.
OOMS Two ver desirable front rooms,
furntshod. at 142 M .niton st-eet
HOUSE No. niVancoBtreot; ninero'ms
and outhouses; lnrge lot; apply to So.
36 Vnnc street.
ROOMS Pleasant lunched and unfur
nished roome; business contor; splen
did locaiinn. P3 Madison street.
OOMS Two furnlhhcd or unfurnished
rooms at 40 Madison street.
DESIRABLE f'FFICES In the new Cot
ton Exchange Building, (ingle Or in
-suUs, on very ressonaHIo terms. Building
heated thoroaghlj by stoam. Klevator run
ning from bt'etnent to a'tic. Aptdy to
HENRY HO ITER, Secretary.
RESIDENCK-342 Vance street.
A p ply a' 331 Vance street.
N EAT COTT A G E8 t cheap rent I o geod
: tonants. Apnly at 42 Mosby street
OOMM With board, for gentlemen. Day
boarders wanted, labia first mass.
121 COURT ftT.
L. B. EATON. 12 Madison at.
"DOOM Nicely furnishsd front room, good
X v loeaitty. at os uoum street.
TJlLEGANTi newly furnished rooms, batb-
jlu TO o m ,'eto. inquire at no ourt siree i .
COTTAGE No. 4?2 Court street ixtended.
Apply at 218 Main street.
STORBHOUSK-Ocoupied by Degnan &
Co., No.. 2irt Main street, " Lee Block."
Inqnir. at No. 4 Mi.ony.re.t.
RESIDENCE From Oct. Tt, elegant brick
residence, Ko. 108 Washington at. For
terms apply to Wo. 71" Main street.
STORKIIOI'SES-The three new first-class
Storehouses on Sin l1" street, next north
of the Uayosn Hotel, terms teasonanie
Apply to 1CARRINGT0N MASON,
fi Madison street.
NE 10. ACRE Li;T Situated on Kerr av-
vy enue; good house, nx tooins, stable.
Hue cistern, ann wM fenied Onll af
A. KJiLOA VS.J21 Mjtin at.
HOTEL -The Moncwall Hotel nod KaiC
road Eating House at Orand Junction.
Tenn. Anpl? to J. 8 Day. hecniver. Nos,
M and S.2 Front siroet, Memphis, Tenn.
Possession eiven iinnietiiitely.
"VTO. liM MAIN HEET Opposite the
-UN Court sl'iose. Having a front on Ms'S
ard r oe on Poplar street re .di rs this pioi-
rty very rt'rBie. uan on
.IA.MKM I.EK. Ja., No 4 Madison Bt.
Tl 0lliiS tn and near Walker aven
LA on Eln'.wood stroot car line, front the
1st September, scvernl hous-s, 'rom two ro
eight rooms, in guod repair. Apoly at. SO
Union s roet. jus. kJiinuw
CHOICE OFFICE On cecnnd gtoT,a
"upied for oasny years by Dr J. W. Nel
aon, L'entist. ri"rlliion end Main streets.
Also, suitable slvKliruNU n'iw.-i anoTe.
Apply at:M 1 nice strtwt. JOS. LENoW.
DESIRABLE RO0VI3-Sultahle for light
housekeeping, N:eSeo'nd and Market
STORIHOUSE-Frora 1-t September, one
four-story Main s'rect stnrnhouse.
F. W. HOYSl'ER Jc CO.
LA HUB fT0R K First floor andnellnr,
with side and rear entrancs, Nos. 3C3
and W Main street. Possession October 1st,
or sooner, if required.
Offices and Srore-rooms, No. 282 Second at.
Booms for licht housekeeping, No. 376 Pop
lar street, ever drug stoie. Arplv to
R. B. SNGWDKN or J. L. 000DL0E,
38 Madison street
IHRONT AND REAR OFFIOE-274 Front
1 street; eotton-room and office; terms
moderate. Apply to .
TOOF. MoOOWAV A CO.
HOUSE No. 162 Robinson street, 6 rooms,
in good repair, send cistern water.
. MYERa A SNEKD, all) Second 1 st
OFFICKSThe desirable front offices on
second floor of 42 Madison street, adjoin
ing Cotton Exchange. MENKEN A CO.
IURKISHED ROOMS-AtM Monroe It.,
vtiw g4(iavr uvm wmvvtj uvvaii
more varied and boiler se
this season's Importa
in this market. Tha
designs, 11 ties t textnrcs
application to those
TO TUB DEMOCRATS OF THE TENTH
CONOHRSSIONAL DISTRICT In to-
Dly to an article which appeared in ths
Memphis Avalanche en the 2Ji b ot August,
criticising ."my attitude in respect to the
Congressional canvass, I pub'ishod a card in
which I substantially staled in answer to
th .nlicitutinn uf friends that I was not a
fnnftir!! fop (?nnffrei. and tbat I wnuld not
embarrass mv menus nor ootrude myself
on the councils of the Ucmocratlo party, but
would make tbe canvass ft I bolieveo tne
wih wna genera' for me to do so. Since
thin I have been very generally requested
from a I parts of the district to beo nie a
candidate, and I, ttirretort, aunuanca my
c iniioacy, subiect to tbe actiou of the Doni-
C1ISTERNS Built and repaired and war
J ranted. Inventor of tho Sanitary Port
land Content rump, contractor anil hrioK
infer. Telephone WHH. THuS.cllHBIN.-4.
FOR SALE, K-ST OR EXCIIA(JE.
A GRAND NEW STOHEHOUSE AtSur
tx ronnded Hill. Arkansas, the best ootton
region in that Slate, eighiy-fire miles from
Memphis and flttv mt es from Little HOCK,
on the M. and b. k. n. n. Anpiy to
riii. 11 ADAMS hT.. Menuihii. Tenn
A'so. several Slock Ranches in (Jrand
ROOMS AND HOARD.
PLEA8ANT 10ms and board, with use of
x. patn-room; rrins reasonapie. tsjuourt.
TAESIRABLE Rooms, furnished or nnfur-
LJ ni.bed, single or iu suite, with board, at
72 Madison street.
-With or without hoard.
133 ADAMS ti l
BEAUTIFUL fmnt rooms, single or ea
suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
without bosrd; otlaer rooms, 104-JW Couttst.
D0"HS With or without board: terms
IV reasonable. lyyiSUli
OOOMS One large front room with bal
LV oony and one large back room with
larg dressing-rerun, and i thers as good as
Jan Do touna in tne city.
TS UNTON 8T,
OOM Furnished room, with or withoui
hoard, at 11 t:ourt stret.
WAN I EI).
BUTCHER-A No. 1 shop butchor.
Apnly at 230 Poplar street.
A SSISTANT BOOKKEEPER-An Indus.
XI trious young man, to goto country. Ap-
i.i immediutely to Armfstead & liundoe,
3 Front street.
AY bOARD In exchange for Musln Leg
sons. Address MUSIC, this omoo.
0Y At E. A. Rod well's paint shop.
JNo. w; , jenerson street.
NURSE A reliable white nurse to take
oare ot children ; liberal wages will be
paid; references required.
Apply at 36 Union street.
n'.VERYBODY To call and see the cele
Hi b ateJ Orpsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
i treat, near roniar.
"iLERK An energetic, intelligent young
' man. who is willing to w rs. as clerk
Must havo goud references. Address,
EM PLOYER, this office.
rtOAT AND PANTS MAKER Steady om
ployment the year round. Aptly to
X. .Murphy. Jackson, lennj .
T30Y An intelligent (ifli',e boy, from 16 to
J-J 17 ytnrs olil, who can come we.l recoui'
minded Applyat liHi Adiun streets
ALKSMEN Two experienced dry goods
salramon at lKi4 tieule street.
EAMS Ten double teams. Annlvto
. JOI1JJ REID, lluildcr.
ITCH Ett One general slauthterhouse
butcner. Apply at once at
11 ADAMS STREET.
Momphis W holesale MeJt Co.
nmw nHs. ria.k;.. Bn.i ni,i,-
oT have htd '6 years' experience, and can
lurnisn dcu oi reierences or give oona. a a
dre'S N., Apieal office.
EnVAN T A go.d dining-r .om servant.
mate or lemaie. Aimivai
SO COURT STRRET
JTUATION AS C00K-
s nnly et 220 Second street.
X Nine hundred dollars, on good real es
tato. Address B. J., this office.
SALESMEN In every State in the li' ton
O toreprosotit a PAINT MANUFACTUR
CNG ESTABLISHMENT having several
jpgciALTiBS thr.tare popular and easy Fell
ing. Can be handled alone or in connection
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
fF.IOP MANIIVI4. CO.. BALTIMORE. MD.
TjXPERlENCED SHIRT. MAKER .-'Apply
JJJ at.once to L(;ili X MOCK'S Shirt Fac.
lory, 313 flumstreoU
I'itVERYBODY To call and aen the cele
Hi brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
gtreot, near fopiar.
1 nnr LBS. FEATHERS HI hest cash
1U' J pnea paid by GABAY. Memphis.
EVERYBODY TO KNOW-That 1 will
FILL CEETH WITH GOLD for the
next thirty lays lor 11 60.
243 Main sreet,
LD GOLD A SILVER For cash or ax
slisnss Ml'I.KIIHI), .lew. r. 2J4JWain
For tt yaars f. 37 Court Place, now at
& n uiMty odattiM turf tfaUr QUllfiM ohrttoua u4 w
VOSU tlKMtMfVU, U 1U pnaOUM UI OTOTf
Cnre. oil rrnu of PRIVATE,
u the malt ef wtf-abKM in yonUi, midbi owm ia ft
turtr jean or oiiiar cause, nr) prortucloi; tooMDs' i (
.'owirift rllrrtt KerrouiDtxtw, Seminal KmUilnoJ. -tioar
by dreamt), Dimon of Uiglit, DthcUvp ritirx V TT
clllooj, 1'imi'lMOO Vtot- A Terflarm t Hocmj s.'TiMnr'w
I'vonfUatoa of Met. ! of Afliiul Power, 4c . todv iaj
mrrixio Iniprapw or nnhmppT, rt thorounhlf au (-nai,
ot-ntlt oiirvtf SYPHlXj IS O'tlTtit ourK oJ m
!ileJlTZlt1 rromn lyiwia; GODOrrhttd
GLEET Strlotu, OKhlUf IcTDia, tf' .Hn-'i'
.rics D-l other private dl ukkl urti.
)t la kHf-evtdPDt ttwt phj i1trlKnh'iryiapefiftVivoi
o tMrtilii riaii of iltaesKa till t re tin Uituutoii m i
My, Nctjulrtft pirat skill FhyaiiliBi knowiQOib 'c ,'tu
v-oir.nifut' (leiHont to mf ur Wher ; 'jt lnin-:'f,'.
i-lt therit 4-treauneitt, rr!trtnat t". a3t T" '-'
nl trtlr fit mil c fini oyht.
Of ?iMi nticoa nt to ai Jl-ita, iwtmw tt.i,m- .
Mi" .Muta. ShorM avl y .-. a, :
i'Oo ruTT r-fv a c . V fttc.
For Sale Engine and Boiler
CiK HORSE POWER-Nearlynew. Also,
AO saiokostack. belting, pulleys, abafl
ing, tools. ete.AppIv to or address
T'tilF. MoOOWAN A CO.
W A. WIIE1TL El
Real Estate iKcnt,
AXI) IT. S. COMJIISSIOXEU,
2KI IWntn, assr Mnillaon.Wempliisi.
SKI U IMi Isadjustable to meet any nerd
or business. It is cheaper tan old style. Can
bn put up bv any one. I iinlel lug
Fiuilry and Hook Mbrlvcs. Address
KOCH A. It. CO., Kfsti,,
111 Ml NT.. rCORI, ILL,., or.
filmmens IIarlvsr o.,St. Louls.Mo.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Office, 59G Main Street,
First Soor South of Englnehouia.
gurStriot attention giveu to aU buiintss In
rutted to hit car.
BILL AND BAT.
SEVY YORK TWICE DEFEATED BY
The Detrolta Fonnced the Life Out
af tbe Statesmeu-liames
Tbe (ollc.wioff ladies and centlemen
leff yesterday on the eteamer Lee for
neicna io iine:u lueeniusoi DBseoan
between the Le and Helena ninea:
M es D m BaumaDn. Misi Dora
IjiogheiD, lilts, licbil.ey and datighter,
Mrs. scorning, miss Aiarv Devo'o,
Mms Car e Duvoto, Mre. O' Neil, Mrs
Fennort y, Cnt. G. T. O'Havor ard
wife, Mrs. Werflbld, Mr. Bchilling,
Mi ScbilliDg, Mit8 Fusch. Misa Bo a
Jastrower, Mrs Saunders, Mils
Rubsch, J. W. Elmoie, Prof. Br.i,
Mr. LaCroix, R. W. Rhode?, J. P.
Elrimrton, W. O. McNutr, 8aui llav,
Mr. Collidfie, Mr. HHrrsvea, J. 11.
Deal, Cap Pepper, Miss Pit g-, Miss
Haney, Mi's Deal, M ss Donou, Mies
Emma Tornliusnn, Misi Rrsa Lee.
Vnner HnoebrU Hut of the Has.
St. Louis, Mo., Sept imber 8. The
Marron-j koccked Casey out o! the
b x today in the first innii g, alter
five clean hi's, with a total of six
ba;es and three runs, were made
Daily totk the bix and rhinigh hit
Laid was well supported. The Ma
roons outplayed tbe 1'. illiVs, ncd
ilsycd suptrtny throughout, their
hiiting ana ficldiDR heing very fine.
Tho battel y work of liealy atid'Myeis
and Glatsnock'd hiiting were the Dest
feai art s tf the game. The attendance
a as fully 3U00.
Sf. Lou's 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0-6
Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 02
U. trolls, SI; WaabioKtou, 3.
Detboit, Mich., S.jp'embr 8. The
borne club slugged ttrrilijally today,
making nineteen hits fur a total of
thirty-two baser, while the vit-itors
were held down to six hitr. 'Ihere
were several iioe plays, notablv Hnr
lon'sone baudtd catcli of (Jai roll's
h ng hit in lh third, for which be
had tt jump. The game ws very one
fidHd and ut interns' ing. DMioit has
stdd Catcher Detk r end rereatlv fe
cured, and never triid, Pitcher U'D.'y
Detroit 3 1 2 4 1 0 3 1 -21
W.iliimnnn ' fl II fl ( 9 fl O fl 0 9
BoaloD, a; Kanan Illy, 2. .
Kansas City, Mo., Snptember 8.
The cowbays sould not fine S'.emmyer
a . al today. The visitoia did cot get
many bits oil cuney but were lor
lunate in making them count.
Kansas City 1 0010000 0-2
Bo.-toa 0 3020000 05
Chicago Wins Ths Utmei,
Chicago, III , Septembfr 8. Ther
were le s than 101 0 Pfoplt in attend
ance at the postpond game this morn
ing between tne Uhicagis and Hiew
Yifks. McOormick and Kelly were
the Cuicaoo bat'ery, and Welsh aud
Ueatley othciated for the visitors.
G ra opened with a saf hit, and
Kelly followed with a two bagger;
vs i liamton got his b hs on an eriorot
Gerhardt's that 1st in two runs. The
New Torks run was made in the
fotiith inning oil a twj bugger by
DeaIey and a single by D.rgan Score:
Cbicsgo 2 0 0 0 0 8 0 1 1-12
New York 0 0010020 0-3
The Chicagoa won the a'trnoon
gams by bard bitting at an opportuns
moment, Kelly's homo run freaking
the vii'ots hearts. The 11 lding of
both teams wai goo.l and th )iti'his
made the gci?. Flyr.n made a belter
record than Ket-fe. The visitais wera
unable to h'.t tbe junior prober tor
diivinirg imt a singie. end only snven
of thoee. Three thousand peop'e werj
present. The game was calleu at h
end of the seventh Inning on tccjuut
rt naiKneB. bcoie:
Chicatto 0 1 2 2 0 3 1- fl
New York 0 0 0 1 0 2 1-4
(lorlnnall. 4s Louisville, 3.
Cincinnata, O., Soptemher 8. Tim
LiniMvil'es and Cincinnatie played a
tine game toiiav, tne uineinnatis w n
nirg by making tbrr e of their five
hli in the thiid inning. The visitors
had a good chaTncs to win in tbe las',
inning, bur. failed to b .t at. the proper
time. Wolf's two great running
catches were the lYa'urts cf tbe gutne.
Cincinnati 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0-4
L.u'sville 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2-3
Dftroptlitnn,S (tnltiiiiorefi, 1.
I!ai,timor, Md.. September 8. To
day's Ba timore-Metropolitau was an
exhibition of brilliant fielding. The
butting was wr ak, but the vi ito s were
foituoate enouith to make a single and
two doubles afttr an erior by Davis
bad put a man on first base.
Baltimore 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
Metropolitan ...0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 03
Braohlrne, 6i Alblelica, 1.
Philadelphia, Pa., September 8.
The B-ookiyoa whitewashed the Ath
letics in floe style today by hard bat
tind and faultless fielding. The home
team get only two men beyond ll-t,
one of whom was thrown out at tho
plate and the other left on third.
8 wait wood's bitt ng and Smith's field
ing wtrs the features. The Athletics
played loose y in tho field, and
O'Utien'e work behind tbe cat was ex
Athletics 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Brooklyns 0 3 0 0 1 0 2 0 0
fit. Lonis vs. Plltabiira;.
PiTTtiiuRQ, Pa., September 8.
Eleven t'uonsaud panplu ti&thertd at
Uecresiion l'rt this tfternoon ti wit
re.M (liB two gimts between the Pitts
bnrgand -S. Louis learns.
Fi'st Game Pit'.bburg, 4; St.
StcDpd gate Pittsburg, 2; St.
Nashville Ainmran: Managi r Golds
by goes this inurnitig tu IJurri
rane t-'piirg", where he will ru-tirate
fo.- two weeks. He will probably ro
fiom there t) S'. Linis and finisi; the
fea(.n witi Ihe Mar.ons. lie will
ca(!nr ell pyrottchnics that wander
to li'lt li-'d.
Beard has gnno to Mobile, accom
paniid by Dundon and Schelihae,
aid the tlireH will plsy the rest ol the
season wiih tbe Gu f League.
Bit i mm and Marr hav gone to Sy
iactis, Hillary to Oihkcsh, Wi?.
O iirien hi s It ft for Milwaukee to
finiib the eiason with Ted Sahivan.
lI.-HttiaT ha gone to Cincinnati,
li 1 as no esg'gemen?.
Saundets is iu Kvansville, but wi'l
nnt plsy ball.
Sawders will probably go to Ba't -more.
Baker is at Rochester, N. Y,, where
he lias an cn.agKn.etit,
Smith is lestiog in Pittsburg.
"Willioms, of . Atianta, is catching
for the Ath'etica.
Monk Cime has goce to Louisville
h'a borne. He parsed through thiscty,
several days ago and was lfud in his
denunciation of Atlanta, lie said that
the whole Atlanta team had "eoared"
on Atlanta methods and would never
ply ball for that town again.
. ... ill a a1
Mapres, ot At anta, win go io ot.
Smeltz wact?d Duaujn, but the
"dummy" ritused to go with his o'.d
msnsger, . .
O Day and Ullien, oi oavannaii,
have signed with Deiroi-.
Hob t ollies, sscona naseman ot mo
Savannahs, is with the Louisvillee.
Purcell a intentions ara not Known.
Chambf rlin, of the Macons, goes to
Louisville, and Danny !M earns to
Buffalo, N. Y.
McSorley, Dick roeisn ana iirnev
Giaham.of Memphis, will probably
go tJ Milwaukee with Ted Sallivaa
They weie with him last teaton.
Denuv Lvons, oi Atlanta, win ns
found with iv me asfocuticn cnbscou ;
sevetal are sft r him.
At th labt meeting of the leajue
direclors it was decided to hold the
rext meeting in Nashville, letter
day Petident M. M. Wnoda rccaiVvd
a lttter from Mr. W. II. Biowa, Fecrt
tary of the league, stating; ti nt Presi
dent Pioudiit had decided tj hiild
this la:t meeiing of the directors iu
Ilrooklyn Jockey 4 Inb Kat es.
Kaw Y'uik, Soptomber 8 Tne firs1
lace on the Brooklyn Jnckey Club
track whs for all sge .a'x furlong.
Lizsie Krrpp? won byto Ungttip;
Editor second, Ada Reeso third.
Second Jiact. Mile and a:i eight h.
R chmond won by half a length; Net
tle second, Teekt-kill tbiid. Time
Third Iiact.rTor all ages. Ono
mile. Areinowon by f.iur lenft'.s;
Santi Olnus fecond, Harry Rutsrll
third. Time 1:44 J
Fourth Jiact For two year olds,
thie.-qua t-rao! a mile. BesjieJnne
won by three lengths; Feronzi teconJ,
Ittilada thir!. l ime 1:10.
Fifth liace. MJe and a sixteent'i.
Gon'foll )n wen hy half a length; Ten
Strike second, iavor thi.d. Time
Sixth Kact.Yor all ages. One
n.ile. Valet won bv -half a length,
McBowling fecond, Telio Dje third.
AT THE MEETCVU OF 1IIE MR.
niKUllAHI BOID DlBEt'TUHN.
Gen. Ketlleton'a Nest Movement
Looked r.ir Vlth Intereal
Nlkea nnl Hparka.
Gen. George H. Nettle'n, arcmi-
f anied by MuesrB. I S. Ford. J. E
, ckwo d, M. L. f-argont and Wa late
P. art, arrived yenlerlay evening at 3:li
o'clock from Kinsisd iiy and at oocs
tor k formal pit Be sn of the Mem
phis, Birmingham and Atlantic rs.il
toid. The folIowmgD flic ?rs andBoaid
of Directois were cticsn:
Presidear and General M insger O.
Secretary a id Tr amrer J. u. F rd,
Dneitor G. 11. Nenletui, AVsIIhci
Pratt J. II. Em inert, d. II. Sullivan,
J. N. Ford, J. P. Daua and Newman
() her changet will b3mm'o known
trdy, when ill new lompany will
nittki a lour of'the nad, Mr. F rd,
thn secretary and treasurer, is at prts
mt comptroller of the? Kansas Ci:y.
Springlio d and Mmphiia lrosd,nod
w. 11 have r.n auditor anil cashier un
der him here, where tne gtnerai oflices
will b loct.teJ.
A t-iiecial from L'.tile R )ft, Aik.,tays
thtt it is reported in raii o.td fircit s
tiintthe plaLS uf Geniril Mana'nr
NVtt.leton, of tha Knaa fifty, 8pr ng
ll Id aud Memphis Rui inad, have
bean a imtwhat iuterfeied wiih by the
Louisville and Natibvillb pe le. Mr.
Nettli ton's plan, it stem,; hi'S bosu
to g 't a tbrjugh rail route fmni Kan
s s City to tne Atlantic ftoat, and
wiih this idea in visw lie is Vtr.s tutt
in a line lrom Meuphis to SBiruiina
hum, A'a., which was tn b vp8tnted
iu c jnnett on with tho OiHOigi Cen
1 1 al on the rait and the Kansas Ciiy
hne on the wst Tii LoaisvUle and
Nashville people have taken hoN oitho
Grorijia Cautial and wit ojxtrabt it as
a par; cf tht-irsys'om. Mr. Not:lton's
m xt move is awaited wiih no. little
There is little douhttl at Gen. Net
lit ton tntansto have his own hue lo
the A laoticsenhoa-d, but firs bew ill
put it in ship tliape as far s It rmicg
hsm. Cul. W. P. Duuavant, whohrH
the contiast fc forty miles InthUsti
rection from 1! rmingham, wes in tWt
tity yesterday, and lajsbe Lai 3000
men at work day and night.
A Mioiit From Hbnnnou.
To tht Editors of the Appeal :
Shannon, Mus., September 5. I
want to show you the beauty of our
Railroad Cotnmi:8ion in tills Slate.
On August 30th, 188(1, 1 bad shipped
by O. W. Goer & Co., from your
ciiy lo this point, a box. The freight
from Memphis to Corinth, over ninety
miles, was 41 cents; from Ooiinth to
bhannon, fifty-nine miles, $2 73, mak
ing a total of $3 14. Now this is what
oar commission is doing for us. Youts,
its , c. b. bvans.
Hel ler-Nkeller Travel loir.
Philadelphia Call: I have oftn no
tx -id bow apt people are to g ona
jmrcey hslter-skelier and trus: to
nick to bring them through all iUht
lnibnend. Tbey have a general id a
as to where they want t) go and what
ir-iins they wsnt to ca'cu, but npa't
from tbat tbey leave ths mtU r In the
hands of the conductor ami Provi
dence. The consequence is that in
many taws they take the. wrjng
trains nd invtriab'y mi'S.Bonno. -tir.ns.
lhen tbev abuse the jaiiro d
company and all up pi rtainiug to it.
They never think Unit a few ianuiri -H
mate biforefaand w mid hava snvid
them a hep of trouble, and gen ia' y
snv amount, of profanitv. But "f snc i
ia "the tr,;v ling public, and 1 don't
suppifo tout any preaching thatluiay
do will have ai y eflett on 'them, aud
ibey will go on mies ng connection!
and objurgating the railroad compa
nies f jr it till the crack of doom.
Enat lennisws t eenrlllea.
New Yobk, Septembr 8 The Gov
erning Commit te cf tbe N.'W Yo k
Stock Ex'.hsngo today ordtred plactd
on the regu'ar list lh sreurities cf th
new Eaft Teunts'ee, Virgin a and
Georgia Ittilwoy Company, narr.ilv:
$11, ( (lO.OtKJ firit pn fer ed slock,$18,
rX'O'iOO second prefeired stock, and
ill, 175,0i 0 co-Sjlidn'eJ firt mottjiaie
bontfe. The Trust CoaipBry rectup s
f r lbs same spctiritir-will he taken
iff t.p lis-t Sep'eml er 23d If tKe
Sock I.itt Cumuiiite r.'io Jinienued
to tbe Governing C- iuniittee ttiat tbe
new Georgia bonds be placed upon
tbe regular lit tho rscoininendatLn
as not acttd upon.
Sulwcrisie for tbe MAppLv
the n (.hi ii DisTRicr.
THE ritOKKESS OF THE THREE
CORNERED COM f 1ST.
Soryejor Tobin to Take Cliarje Oc
tober lt Candidates fur the
Legislature General ews.
"How is the Congressional conts
in tbe Eighth District?" raked an At
peal man yesterday of Mr. 1 ou'S J.
B ooks, the editor of ths Jacksn
"It is g ting pretty warm," Mr.
Brooks replied. "We nave three can
didates In the field, Gen, Campbell,
It. A. Enloe and the 11 n J. M. Tay
lor, the p:essnt incambent. Mr. Tay
lor has been a member of tbe House
for four years and has made a regula
tion which any man might be proud
of. He has promptly auswo'ed all
lttt'rs adiirts-ed to him by bis
cot 8 itnerts, attendtd isH'duously
toany fiffi.i s cntrrs'ed to him, has a
ip tlies chnractnr and is w.thxl a
gen'a', whole soulrd f.dlow, nn cx
crllunt tniior and thotonirl Iv in
synipathv with the maseF. N iody
bus a word to say aains' l.iin. Enlo
has friends, and Camp' ell hip. Each
his a persona: f llo.viiij:, bn. it. would
be litrl to li.id a man who
ctn tirini; fi rward a (duple
val d t bjoi'tion to Tny o , or whoca es
to ntiem t ti d;i so If be is for one
of his opp '.ip ntj, bo doee no' ho:i ate
to say'it is simply because ho knows
him more intimately, or siun thing if
that kind Taviorisiua pnsiticu tj
te more useful now than he has ever
been before, and the mej irlty of tbo
people oi ihe dictr.ct desi.-e to return
' How do ycu estimate the rthtive
ctreng h of the cnlidata? '
"Campbell and Enloe, 1 think, lave
akout an equal following. Thi-re ard
ttn enmities in the diat'ict, Madifou,
Cairdl, Benton, Perry, Dountur, Hen
ileron, lla dtmsn, AlcNaity, Henry
and Creator, and the p'ob-bibty is
iba Tayli r will cany all o! them.
Madiarn and Carroll are the two niott
"Will you have a conven'ion ?"
"No. Prnmries will be hold on tbe
2"tu of lb s month ntul ev.ry 1 mo
era" in tbe district Is tlien exi ected to
cxpreBl h:9 choice. Tho man wto
gets t te greatest number of votes will
ba the standard bearet of the party."
"lVe3 the Blair bid bo'.lior vou
"Not much. They are all pretty
much tf tbe same way of thinking.
Enloe chtrges Taylor with having
vot d to refer it from a cominit'ee op
pored to one that was understood to
be in favor of it, but to tell you the
truth, I think if I were a candidate for
CougreiB I would a little r der be un
derstood as in lavor of the Blair bill
tnsnai ippored to it. Sncb a pwl
tion might gvn a candnla o a nood
many vo es, but opp.s tion aould cer
tainly loe him some."
"Tne R 'publicans will put a man in
the field, I supples?"
"()', yes. 'Ihe dis'rict Is largely
Dtixocratii! and has been Increa d
c nsidsrably by Taylor, but the Re
pnhlicuns are not li k, ly to let it go by
d fault. They will bold a convent on
at Lexington shoitlv afti rthe Uetnu
cat c primaries are held and will tu rn
ina o old man Sniiib, i f Hardin, wl.o
wan in lb Inst Legltlature., or S un
Hawkins, ofllun imtdon. They don't
ttii" ! a iy showing, however."
"I muc l interest taki'ti In ths co"-'es-
for B. a'e in tin! next Leg s'litnrt?"
''Yes, ag o l ilnal. Hiiiieisn a ill
Msd tou havr) a Secntor ur.d a (loiter
b twrun t' etn, and Madieon is en'!
t'tl t) a Re, resentn ive. John G.
Ke th isa cnndi late for runomlnat on
to the Kn,a'e, Bn I T. C. Long, who lies
been Clerk of the Stnate f.ir Bivntal
sossiens, in a't-'o an sap iant Tho Hon.
D. L Morroll if a candideto for re eh c
'irn uh floitpr, end will be oppouid by
D idley Pieis in and Juetii o Lm g
Ki r R'lireaeuta ive Cipt. A. D. Hunt,
VV. A. IWyaud Junius Pbillpi are
The New Nnrvejror of t'nslonis.
Capt. T. F. Tobin, who wos sppoint
ed Surveyor of Customs fo' this p rt
Tnesd'iy, vice Goorge A. H 'fBn re
s gut (1, has as yet received notH'nia'
niiiicti f'Om Washington. His piipnis
will pn I ably anive tomorrow, but he
will not tS'-umo control o! the elliiw
tin'il Octnbor 1st. He expects to take
a trip in the meantime.
The, l.ellaiive Coolest.
Very little interest Is manifested In
this coming election for inembeis of
the L g sla'nre, though the Democrats
will bo.d primaries f or the selection of
delegates next Tuesday, and thn con
vention will be held on tho 23d in
start. Tin onlv names mentioned co
fa' for 8i aturiul boni ra a e ll.-iry J
Lynn, Lticai W. Claop and W. W. Mc
Dowell, and for ReVreyertttive'.', H. V.
Walsh, W. R. ILnenaiid Kalpn Davie.
Deputy Ireinla ('If rh.
The friends of Mr. 0ws J. Camp
bell, who injnys the well earned
reputation rf l eiug one of the most
competent clerks in the county, has
been cb iged by continued ill health
to give up bis desk in tbe Ciicuit
Courr, which he lis held for many
year j. His successor ia Mr. J. I.
Young, formerly head deputy in the
Regis er'a ollice. who was sworn in
yesterday rs Chief Djputy Clerk, lie
is well qnalifieJ in every respect for
the p siiion and bis appiintment
gives general sa'tefan inn to the bar.
The sjoDBieaelonal Nllnnilou In
Fit'TKRNTil District, IIardkuas Cot'S'T, I
Isnx, beiiteuiber 8, lm. I
To the Editors of the Anneal:
I writ' that your ieaib ra may get a
fair undemanding of the Congres
sional contest in this county. The
Patterson candidarty will 'io I'helati i o
barm in this county. In fact, ii w 11
do him go.nl, for a m joiity of the
delcga:es f. el i s-.ured that thoio pu--ti-s
in this county who have stlivred
Mr. Patterson to make tha rue, and
am huid in bii praise, huw ttcatil
Mr. Matson vtry m jus ly. They pro
tended to be Air jMatifcou'd frinid ,
and at the same time they were lilk
injf Pftltorsoi t) the pu.plti, Bt.d
writing io Pa teron toc.'.nnt out Th
people of ihs diittict.aid in f; rt, of
ibis county, want nn able vtmKg m n
for Congrcts, oom wi;o a'ail-ea pahlic
quo tions well, .ob.i t'J the b diom i f
mtaiuie!1, firms his di cisio.iB by Ma
ture dolili: ntioo, and has tl e inter
est of the South c'osi ti bin hentt.
tutdiaman is James Pb-lan P ulan
wi 1 get a heavy vote from the Harde
niun de'eiintinr, f tr tl.ev are very out
spoktn for Mm The D.-motr cy will
never g t atm r rrpresentative than
A HARDEMAN DELK1ATK.
No I lllereuee.
Iiot.ivAK, Tsnh., September 7, lSKi.
To the Editors ol The Appcnl:
The discus ion between Col. Patter
son and Mr Puilan, candidates for
C atrtm, which took p'aci todvy, dt
vel pi tbe fact that them is no sub
s'antial rlineienre between them.
Pbe an did not dwell long on the tarifl
but Patterson made a powerful and in
structive speech on tlys inbjett, favor
ing a latifl only for purposes of gov
ernment economically administered.
At the conclusion of Col. Patterson's
speech Mr. Phelan in hisrej inder in
dotsad h's argument on the tarifl.
Tbre wa no dincu'sion on the Blair
bill. The interesting feature of tbe
discussion consisted in Pat'.erson show
ing that Phelan was the owner and
proprietor of the Avalaneht, and that
tbat paper had advocated both protec
tion and tha Blair bill. Ia reply Phe
lan repndiatad responsibility for the
editorial ntteraocea cf the Aralancht
and declared that ths Appbal was bis
oran. Patterson's speech was con
sidered able and exhaustive. It made
a deep and las'irg impression on these
who beard it. You may put down the
Democracy of Hardeman as practit a'
ly eolid for PnttTQti, njLlVAB.
LIVELY MME. LEON,
THE NIIATTEKEIS TKAPEZK l'KK
lORMkK, AT ATI AS I A,
H'orklns; M NewliiK Mnehlno on a
Tight Hope Her Novel
Madame Ix)on, who wa? bo ludly
hurt while perfrmit g nudtr a cir
cus lent on the BluH'i hire lat fil l
with her husband, and who wis for
several weekH cenfined to her bid
on ai-coiint. of hir injiiriep, pppeara to
hhV.t ent'rely recoveri d,J t'.otigh it
was believed at the time, thut she
would never be able to walk egirn
w.tbrutcrutibee; when last beard nf
she was in Atlanta. Theie she has
hi en giving a unique performance.
Apa'form about fix feet high was
construct d lor Mis. Lion's nre.
IJoti thia the machine aid a cha r
were plactd. Ropi a f. slened st etch
comer of llieplatfjrm wi re gathered
tog it her over the lady's bead and
j unid to a hot k. This hojk was
securely fastened t) a pulley which
was upon the larne rope. Mra. Lion
aat down in the chair and the cur wai
pti hed out until it reachtd tho mid
dle of the r po, and there VI ra .Leon
begai working the ma hino. She
wore a tssty brown silk and large
Comment It g of Mrs. Leon's noil
poifuraiance, tho Now York Tiihunc
tays: Tho green eyed uiomter la cer
tain to take posseision of tbe bressts
t f gentlemen who follow tbe avoca
tion of jumping from high bridges or
ewiutming thioimh svilt taplds, whin
they learn of the brilliant achieve
ments nf one of their professional
sisteis who is now witching tha Sud
ny South. As they read of tbe snp' rb
method by which aha earns bcr liv
ing, wina tbe plautits ol her fellow
ci eat tires and places her monogram
amid those of the g fied couls tbat
salute one another across the ages,
they can be depended upon to "take
on' Which her name Is Mrs. Lion.
When last reported she was thrilling
Atla.it. Mrr. Leon is neither a
bridge jumper nor a rapills swim
mer, A shrewd philcsopir at
Birts that no one ever became
great by Imi.ation. Mis. Leon is
not striving to gain a niche in Fame's
lumplo by following in the wakj
either uf our own Brodie and Donavau
or of tbst Boston pH'ceniaa who do
fled the Rapids in c ra armor. N.t
s-e. Iter t.tyle of tmipting l'rv:-d-'ute
is to opeta'e a rewtns mach'.i e
on a tight rope ninety feet from
' RtlSIMi Fl'MlM
For Ilia KuHVrsra Bt DriBileHlon
Tbe AinoiKit Niibarrlbeil.
Secretary K cling lepoita amcunti
suhsi rlhcd fort' eritllef of tlieCliarles
tnn sufTorer.i so far ra folbws:
Cdlloction a puhbslieJ fltSO 00
A. B. Ttcaimeli I (HI 00
W. D. B tbel 100 0)
Hill. Fontaine A Co BO 00
J. W. Crchran A Co Ml (11)
Porter & Macrae 50 00
Urooks, Neely A Co 50 00
7j N. Estes A Co , fiO 00
DilUrd A C. illn 25 01)
Fulnmr, Thornt m A Co 'Jit 00
J. T. Farita on & Cj 25 00
P. McUnddeii 25 00
Orgill Bros it Co 25 (!0
S ewart, Gwynn A Co 25 01)
DjkiU) Oil Ce 25 01)
Fed. r, Frank .1 Co 20 00
Mil 'mm Iron Works 25 01)
H. H. DnnsMinb 25 00
W. F. Taylrr 25 00
S.P. Read .' 25 00
J. R. Godwin 2S 01)
J A. Omherg 10 (H)
W. O. McClnre 10 00
O. II Riine 10 00
Jai. Nathan 10 00
Jobn Johnson 10 00
Greane & Bi ailey., 10 00
I. Kftznhetger....'. 10 00
Pe ;pW Insurance Co.., 10 00
W. II Mooie 10 00
R. J. Back 10 00
P. B. Jones 5 00
Gilbert Raiue 5 00
Marx A Bendorf 5 00
M Gavin Co 25 00
A. Vancaro A Co 10 00
Toof, McGowan 4 Co. 25 00
Geo. Arnold A Up 25 00
Stone Tyler 10 00
Go. Schilly 6 00
F, M. Mtddox 5 00
Gordon Bros A C0.....1 5 00
A. D. Gibson 5 00
McDavitt, James A Co.- 10 00
Ilattmu A Co B (HI
J. F. Frank 6 00
F. W. Brodo 5 00
P idcsta A Co 6 00
IIJE:kerly 6 00
Duv, Uort.n Altiily 20 00
G II. Herbcrs ACc 15 00
Jacob J. Peres i.. 10 Oil
Oarttr& Itlo'fing 1(1 0.)
J. T. Fro. t & Co 10 0 )
J 1,0. R-ed 10 00
Carbon-' A Cttey 15 0 1
Jucobi A Giirett 5 (K)
E. C. Bucharan A Co 5 (10
K'e nherg A Son 5 00
William liti' 5 00
pi mon I'i'ticl.t 5 00
K M. AiiilTiOH A Co f 00
l; S. 'luyi' r 5 00
I uwlioru A Newecm 5 (!()
H. 11 Soatik? 5 00
FHlix Fraimoli 5 01)
llii'.'h I'ettit 5 ( O
U. L. Ficklen 10 00
J. L C i ke A Co 6 ( 0
Erb A 0 5 00
Roicre, Ilenuing A Co 10 00
J. V. Mil!f 6 00
Jot Jay Smitri 3 00
Kiik. Alloa & Co 5 00
F. 1 Paradito . 2 00
C W. Subnlte 5 CO
V. F, Piioe '5 '
T..o. Wellford- 5 00
Hir cb A Gron uer 5 00
B n. R'l-hmi nd 6 0(1
A. P. Va' drenter 2 50
.1. V. Sullivan 2 CO
P. W. Seoimi s 5 00
J. M. Hi 1 6 00
P A. St im 5 0J
Union an i Planters' Bank sub
scription list 32 00
Cash -H 00
To'al to date 11720 50
Several Committees yet to bear from, j
THE MIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
SUCCESSFUL PABADF A JiD PICNIC
Eatival Park Crowded With a Bril
liant Ageemblage of Knights
The Knights of Pythias gave a p
rade yesterday, followed by a picnic at
E.tival Park. The procession started
from 205 Main street at 5 p m. in the
fol oaing order:
Chief Pavis and dipt. Hacket, mounted.
Lieut. Ol II. Reii-hmsno, buraeon K. I-
Laski, Adjutant K. A.Laylor, mounted.
Tennessee biv.sion No. 1, under eouiuund
ot Sir Kuisht Commsuder Kel
I.ieut. Otti Kt;elrab, Chief or First Platoon,
liitut. J. X. kiei,eeiitiera, I liiof 01 Second
VisitinK Dlvisiba uf the I'niform Rank. ,
Proxress livisiuh'1iait imdiT en 111 man d of
eir Knialit t'orWu-iiinder H. i. Cspers.
Liout. S. A Pool, Cblel of First Platoon.
I. ieut. K. Kiisttiheiin, a.'hiet of bei-ond
Holnnd Iivl-inn No. 2. under cuninind of
Sir KiPKht C'onitiinniter J..M. Itrn.liuy.
Lieut. F Feiliny, Ihiiif rf Fii t I'lutiiiin.
Lieut. W. 1). lsmnon, Cliief of twini
The Knights wmo iu .1uliunifnriii,
and they prcsr.t d a v'i.V nvniii ome
rpparMii'.o as t icy tniiivl cd down
Maiu 1 1 feet to (be inepir iig-ptnt 1 h of
ninitial niUHir. The line ot inarch
wis down Man s'reet li Linden,
thence lo Esttval rark. ' ,
Tim pic-n'c ihnt f dlowed was l e of
tho moat sui-ttsful of the s'ttaon.
l'enple bejiaa coming at 7 o'clock p.m.
at d the s'team of vUito:s U'ver ceased
to arrive uutiPong af.ir 10 o'docki
At tbat hour there were B0J of the
male rex pr.'sout by aitnal count
and fully tl at number of ltdiec. Tho
floor wai crowded with dincera, while
b.-hind ihe pillars tbat support, the
gllory sat sreiitatora nf all ages unl
texts, f-orn ina'er fanillins wtio had
come to sse the yourg fobs enjoy
tl I'mnelviti to ilia p'ait ing babtt, who
cou'd not, or would not, be lift at
h mo, This fttatura gave tbe
all'air a sort of funiilv appear
ance that added much to the
enjryninnt of nil who wer present,
'the Knights of Pythias iiumb' r in
tlic r ranks rvprrseutatives ot soino cf
the best Clemen's ot Momph s society,
and Ihe beauty and gtnea that adorned
the dancing hull leB'. night wrs only,
excel ded by the nir of titititinent.
and good bleeding that chsrac'.eiized
Ihe proceedings. The Knigb's hava
reason to I19 proud ol tht it picnic, it
was a succors financially, s chilly and
from every other point of view.
AtO p m. tt umpet blast summoned
the Knigb's to fall in, and after some
preliminary marching, tbey formed
a hi. How square, opeu at one end,
where presently Dr. R. L. I. iki ap
piared, accompanied by Judire A. H.
Douglass and 11. Reicbmaun, Lieuten
ant Colonel of tie Tennessee Division.
Dr. Laskl, in a brief speech, intro
duced Col. Reichmann to Judge
Dnuvlass, and tbo lutttr in an
elaborate address, announced to
the Colonel that he htd been request
ed by (he Knights of Pythias to pre
sent him with a horse as a token of
the pattern iu which lie was held by
the membtvs of that organhat'oo.
The Colonel responded feelingly, and
declared Ii purpose; to so coi.duct
himself as t always deserve t ie es
tpinini l c nflibmue of wilch be had
jimt reci ivi d ni'h snbilaiitial proof.
Both Bon'U'inen were heirlily ap
plauded, aud Col. Reii'htnanu's friends.
gAihcrod around him in great n Min
imis and showered congra'uktions
upon his head.
Tbe dancing was then resumed and
only inttirnpted afterna-ds by tho
tiMial intimisions, during one of
which a ld's workbox wns votid to
the nioit popular ynnng lady prtsnnt.
Votes were sold at 10 cents a vot , and
Miss Mamie Dwyer receiving the larg
est number was awarded the pr'ae.
A Vi te for the ugll"tt inau present
was aire one nf the evening's episodes.
The vi ting was spiiited. When the
returns were all in tbe ballot stood as
Mr. Birbln 51, Mr. llessen 30,
Mr Elurba-dt, Gen. W, P. M. Turner
II, Pop Cannon S. Mr. Borhoin ac
codingly took the cake, or rather, the
bouqusl, whch was the pn.e oflored.
At midn;ght, when the reporter
left, the (loii'lng wss st'lt going on
and ther were no indications of w dul
lness on the part of the darcer'.
VisiTons on 'change yest inlay : Har
ry L Hall, New York ; Col. T. II. Lew
is, Ciucini ati, O.
Cihino prices of October options
at Chli ago yesterday: Pork, $10 25;.
lard, $(l OL'; clear rib tidts, JO 75;
corn, 41,9; whea, 78Jn; OHts, 2(ijc.
NawOBLXANS.Scptemhcr 8 Night
Arrived and departed : R. S. Hayes and
barges, St, Louis.
Cincinnati, September 8. Night
River 5 feet 7 inches on the gauge and
falling. Weather clear and very warm.
Cairo, Heptamber 8. Night River
8 feet 0 inches on the gangs and falling.
Weather clear and warm. No arrivals
or departures of tegular packets.
Lodisviixb, September 8. Night
River falling, wit- 3 feet 11 inches in
the canal anil 1 'not 0 irches on the
falls. Business dull. "Weather clear
St. Louis, September 8 Night
River rising, with 0 f. et 7 inches on
the gauiie. Weather clear and warm.
No arrivals or dopa'tur.-a uf regular
Xhis powder sever varies. A marvel ef
purltr, strenth and wholesomeness. Hotm
oonomloal than the ordinar; kinds, and
eannot be sold in competition wi.h tha
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asuiutuae 01 iw , ,,uvi,
phosphite powders. Dotd mly cos. Roisb