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S. E. BIDG-ELT,
(uceeeaor to
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMFORTER
Ho. 38 MADISON STEEET,
Is la receipt of ft largrer,
lected iteck of C1SSIHEEES,TT0BSTEDS, SIIT1XGS
and 0YERC01TIXGS, (all
lions.) tbaa was aver shown
stock comprises the choicest
aad most darahlo goods In gentlemen's wear.
y9 Samples and IJricei on application to those
who hare left measure,
F6lt SALE, REST OR EXCHANGE.
A GRAND NEW BTOKKBUUSB-Ai onr
rounded Bill, Arkanaaa, the bent cotton
gion in that State, eiabty-fiTe miles from
Memphis and fiftr mt'? front Little Roek,
on the M. and L. R. R.R. Apply to
tfo. 11 ADAMS ST., Memphis Tenn.
Also, several Btosk Ranches in Grand
Prairie. Arkanaaa.
STRAYED.
C 10W Cream or drab colored resembles
J the Jcriey; wide horns; white face.
Retarn to 212 Front Row and receive reward.
HORSK-From 126Bea!e street, on Batur
dar, August 2iith, a light sorrel horse,
white in face. A liberal reward for his re
tarn to D.HAAOK. 12fi Fealc.
FOR SALE.
HORSE Cheap: fine, large, very stylish
and speedy; safe for a lady. 675 M a in .
THR Ift t and fixtures of the St. Elmo
Hotel, Me'idian, Mies, Twenty-five
commodious rooms, within three minutes
walk of the Union Depot; large sample
room on the street next door; nowdoinga
good business and popular. Can be bad at a
bargain if applied lor within the next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Kliniro, proprietor.
Meridian, Sfia.
C" 'tOWS-Two Jeraev Cows, a Ueifr and
i Uorse. I will sell at F. A. Jones k Co.'s
Stables, on Monroe street, without reserve,
at 12 o'clock m., on Tuef day, September 21st,
two Jersey Cows, giving milk and in cult:
also, a heifer. All pure and thoroughbred
and of the best families.
Also, privately, my Bay Buggy Horse,
"Honers." , , .
Terms cash, or sixty days' city accepter cea.
A. 8. WHITfOKD.
TIN Lot of tin, suitable for roofing. Also
aJarMjeeox.AMJajs
ELEttANT SUBUtlBAN HOME -Two-story
brick bouee, large hady grounds
of about eight acres, susceptible of being
iubdivided and eo'd off in lots.
145 ACHES, '1 miles toutheaet of city on
paved road: creek running through the
j.ln-e; would make a fine stock or dairy
DESIRABLE LOT, with railroad switch
front of 127let; would be desirable loca
tion for ninnutaotory or coal yard.
H. L. GUIOI, 1!) Madison street.
RETAIL GROCERY Doing good busi
ness; reasons for se'linr aiven. Apply
to P. MrCADDBN A W.
iVLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
W Senate Building, occupied by n. uoyt
ewatein & Bros.1
must be removed at once.
Apply to
JOHN KK1LI, Uunaer.
NEAT COTTAGE Of si rooms, and lot
200x44, 54 Dean avenue, inquire on
CHEAP One secondhand RUCK AWAY,
aeariy as good as new, at 101 Uai n st
DRUG STORK 75 Charleston avenue s do
ing a frit-class prescription and drug
bsie. Good reasons for selling. Apply
att3 Linden street.
ONE BED-ROOM SET,
On Dining-room Set.
One Kitchen Set,
with possession of house at once,
34 ST. MARTIN STREET.
"DUPPIES-By "Oath's Mark " out of
JT MeSomb's Kntie. ' For price and ex
tended tedigree, addreis
THOS. ORGILL. Bonds, Tenn.
c
EDAR FENCING POSTS-For sale by
w. It. tiAKHi;, baratnsviiie, aia.
B0ILER-50-H. P. toller, tested to W lbs.
water Pleasure, will sell cheap. Apply
at SPKbjIvn 01..
WOODL AWN STOCK FARM- In the stud
one thoroughbred Running Uor.ie; fee
$20. One Trottin Horse; fee, fjlO. OnoJer
ey Bull : fee, tlMI Fob Sl 30 Horses,
3 Milch Cows, 15 head Butcher Cuttle, Pea
oocks and Newfoundland Pups. Horses on
pasture 5 per month ; Texas horfes, 10c per
jay. Telephone JOSKPIl BUKNEY, 88.
UPRIGHT PIANO Good as new, cheap
for cash; or will exchange for board.
Address K 3H, Appeal office.
FOR REST.
HOl'SE-220 Washington S. : 7 rooms and
bathroom. Apply at 133 Poplar St.
STOREHOI'SES
No. 101 Main Street.
No. 2 5 Main Street.
No. 207 Main Street.
Apply to J AMES LEE, Ja., 4 Madison St.
ROOMS Nicoly furnished front rooms.
At (iO Monroe street.
R
OOMS Well furnished rooini, No. 81
ijinden street.
R
OOMS Two very desirable front rooms,
furnished, at 142 Madison street.
F
URNISHED HOUSE 434 Vance street.
Apply on prctnisas.
ROOMS And kitchen at No. 33 Third
street. Apply on premises.
HOUSE Corner Thornton and Alabama
streets, newly painted, in good repair;
ton rooms, cellar, two good ciatorns, desira
able front and bnck yards; on line of street
srs. James McNsmara. 33 Robeson St.
ROOMS One large front room, with small
room and large closot adjoining, unfur
nished, at 3H8 Vance street.
ROOMS Two furnished or unfurnished
rooms at 40 Madison street.
DESIRABLE OFFICES-In the new Cot
ton Exchange Building, single or in
(aits, on very reasonable terms. Building
seated thoroughly by steam. Elevator run
ning from bssemont to attic. Apply to
HENRY HOTTER, Secretary.
RESIDENCE-342 Vance street
Apply a334 Vance street.
"I lEKIDKNCKS and Knnms.
IX L. B. EATON. 12 Madison st.
1 1 0OM Nicely furnished front room, good
XV locality, at (18 Court street.
ELEUANTJ newly furnished rooms, bath
room ,et0jlnl ujraJlCurtrtreet.
OOTTAflE No. 422 Court street extended.
Apply at 218 Main street.
STOREHOUSE Oooupied by Doenan Sc
Co., No. 2o7 Main street, ' Lee Block."
Inuuire at No. 4 Madison street.
JAMES LEE, Jn.
KESIDENCE From Oct. 1st, elegant brick
residence, No. 108 Washington st. For
terms apply to No. THt Main street. .
STOREHOUSES The three new firt-olass
Storehouses on Shelby street, next north
of the Gayoso Hotel. Terms reasonable.
Applyto ;OARR1NGTON MASON,
ofr maqiaon sirewr.
HOTKL The Stonewall HoUil and Kail
road Eating House at Grand Junction,
Tenn. Apply to J. S Day. Koceiver. Nog.
3iO and 3ti2 Front street, Memphis, Tenn.
Possession given immediately.
NO. W MAIN STREET Opposite the
Court House. Having a front on Main
and one on Poplar street renders this prop
rty very de.iraMe. Call on
JAMKS IKK, Ja.,No 4.Mnrfison st.
HOUbKS On and near Walker avenne,
on Elmwood streetcar line, from the
1st September, several houses, from two to
eight rooms, in good repair. Apply at. 36
Unionetreet. JOS. LKKOW.
OHOICE'OFFICES On Second story, oo
oupied for many years by Dr J. W. Nel
lon, Dentist, corner Union and Main streets.
Also, suitable SLEEPING ROOMS above.
Apply at 36 Union street. JOS. LENOW.
D' ESIRABLE'ROOMS Suitable for light
housekeeping, N.cor. Scc'pd and Market
STOREHOUSE-From In September, one
four-story Main s'reet storekouse.
F. W. KOYSIKK Ic CO.
EARiJB hTORK First floor and cellar,
with side and rear entrances, Nob. 3T.J
lind 305 Main street. Possession October 1st,
r sooner, if required.
Offices, No. 280 Second st.
&)oms for light housekeeping, No. 37C Pop
lar street, over drug Slo'0. A' ply to
. B. SNOW DEN or J. L. O0OHL0E,
38 Madison street.
"TTIRONT AND REAR OFFICE-274 Front
jP street; cotton-room and office; terms
moderate. Appljto p Mflfl0WAW 4 00.
OUSE No. Iti2 Robinson strett, 6 rooms.
in aod .epalr, iood cisiern wter.
M k'KRS ,t SNUliD, 310Seond st.
OFFlUK.i The desirab e front offices on
second 8oe- of 42 Mud'son sirret, aJjoin-
n g Cotton Ex ih n n ge. MEN' KEN 1c l.Q.
U KSiBllElTKoO V S-A 1 54 Monroe st. ,
1 one square rom Feabody Hotel.
7
Mt'HRAI tb BIDGELY, )
more varied aud better se
this season's Import.
in this market. The
designs, finest textures
AXNOUIf CEMENT.
For tbe Neantr.
THE APPEAL Is authoriied to announce
HUGH L. BRINKLEY as a candidate
for the State Senate, subject to the Demo
cratic Convention.
For ihe Restate.
WE are authoriied to announce HENRY
J. LYNN as a candidate for the estate
Senate, subject to the nomination ol the
Democratic Convention on the 23d instant.
I'EKSOXAL.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pnmu. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone 888. THOH. CUBBINS.
LOST.
Ii'aWN-Oh Wertnesuiii , oepteuiber lath,
JJ about 7 o'clock, a fawn. Finder will be
rewarded for Its return to 2-'0 Belo street.
FOUXD.
GOAT-Came to Planters' Insurance
Building Sunday night. Owner can
have same by paying lor this advertisement.
See Janitor
ROOMS AM) UOARIs.
D
AY BOARD
At 20 Mulberry street. H
ROOMS AND BOARD
At 49 Market street.
OT. JAMES
HOUSK-.'.8 Adams street.
O Board und lodaitig
r; djiv boerd. S4.
T ELIGIBLE ROOMS-With superior hoard,
li two blocks Irom Gayoso Hotel. 4i3.Shelby
TAESIRABLK Rooms, lurnished or untur-
J nishad, single or in suite, with board, at
72 Madison street .
3
NICE K00M3-With or without board,
133 ADAMS at'.
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, sint'Io or en
suite, furnished or nnturnisbed, with or
without bo ird; ouerroouis, 104-106 Couitst,
ROM MS With or
reasonable.
without board; terms
1411 MADISON ST.
t OOMS One large front room with bal
V cony and one large back room with
larg" dresaing-rcom, and ttheri as good as
can be found in the city.
7S UNION ST.
R
00M Furnished room, with or without
hoard, at 11ii?onrt street.
WANTED.
T ADY AGENTS Our agents have had
A-l such wonderful success selling Mrs.
Campbell's Combination Skirt and Bustle
(some clearing SloO a month), that we make
this special request for all agen' a who want
a steady, money making business, to send
stamp for catalogue. Also, Furnishing
Goods. Address E. H. Campbell Co., 4-4
West Randolph Street, Chicago, III.
"WO young men to occupy nice front
. room, with board, in private family.
Address h. II., this office.
G
GOD COOK AND NURSE
Apply atth'i otnee.
CRAP IRON A quantity of stove plate,
l machinerv. leran iron and old oar whcela,
St. Louia Malleablo Iron Co., St. Louts, Mo.
11 OUSE A bouto consisting of 6 or 7
LJ rooms, within a few moments' walk
from Pea body Hotel. Gcod locality required
Anfwer Mrs JL, No. 7iA!"'"'1 street.
AT.F.SMElf Can add A 1 line: small sum
O plo: one agent earned Mils), several
over fi 00, in 'SSA. P. (I. Box 1371. N. Y,
I Ai BOAKD-
In exchange for inu'ic les-
-) sons. Address Mil
11.'. 'his offlee
i f NO. 1 COOPEUS To make iron bound
J-J barrels; good wnres and stondy work
for eifcbt months. Annlv at the Aine ican
Cooperage Works, corner Peters and Monte-
gat sfc?t. sew uricans. t,a-
PO-ITION A competent and experienced
person wanta a position as manager or
assistant on cotton mntat'on or sioca tarm.
Address M., Vi Linden street.
A MAN Tj take an office and represent a
XI manufacturer; f 'O per week; small
capital required. Address, with stamp,
Box 70, Vet Acton, Mass.
I MMED1ATELY Purchaser lor store fix-
X turns, including shelves, counters, show
eases, etc.; can be seen at No. 280 Second
street. Apply at No. 1)0 Beale St.
Li'VKRYBuUY To call and see the oele
JJJ brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near roplar.
C10AT AND PAMS MAKER Steady em
J ployment the year round. Apply to
T. Murphy, Jackson, Tenn
T30Y An intelligent office boy. from 16 to
-D 17 years old, who con conic well recoui-
mended. Apply at Adams street
TO HORkuW
Nine hundred dollars, on good real es
tate. Address B. J., this oflico.
CSALKSMEN In every Suite in the l ion
0 to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
SrtoULTigg thatare popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in connection
ith othor goods. Address THE WM. B.
PRIPF MAN1TFG. CO.. II A LTIMORE. MP.
1 AHA LBS. FEATHERS Highest cash
lUVRi pnee paid by UABAY, Memphis.
TTWERYP.OIJY TO KNOW That 1 will
III KILL TEKTU WITH GOLD for the
next thirty days for 81 50.
A. WESSON,
243 Main sreet.
LD GOLD SILVER-Forcash or ex
ebanie MULFORP. -Tewe er. 2i4Matn
Closing prices of October options
at Ubieano yesterday: rort, jio an;
lard, J6 35; clear rib eides, $7 37 J ;
corn, 39gs; wheat, 70s; oat8,261c.
Visitors on 'Chunee yesterday: A.
0. MeCarley and B. B. Bethel, Des
Arc, Ark.
TRANSFERS.
Bowtlen G. Tato to Mary F. Uoyd,
207 faet front on Orleans sireet, corner
Bt. Paul and Orleans streets, for the
sum of $300.
Thomas Keely et ux. to Samuel
Rchieb:er, lot No. 30. country lot So.
506, ponth side Winchester street;
consideration $10 and a further un
known agreement.'
WilliuKi A. Homton et nx, to A. 0.
Rodg re, noith half of lot No. 2 of
Latham, Facklrr & Jones subrlivisi-.n
of oriinal lot No. S, lilook No. 55,
South .Me mphia, eact eid of Gjslee
street, 50 feet f tout, for ?2r00.
Irby Uoyd et nx. to Mary If. Saint,
tract of land near and in lUleigb, for
tbeeam of 4'J00.
J. O. Saint to Iibv IVoyd, one parcel
land, North Kerr aveuiue and corner
Main and Broadway; consideration
not stated.
We '(! All AaaiDN Them.
The annreredented euccof s and merit
of Ely's Cream Balm a real cure for
catarrh, cay fever and cold in the
head has induced many adventurers
to place catarrh medicines bearing
some resemblance in appoaianee, style
or name upon the. market, in order to
trade upon the reputation of JKIy'a
Cream Balm Don't be deceived. i!uy
only Eiy'a Cream Halm. Manv in
your immediate locality will testify in
bights, commendation of it. A per
tc' U applied into each nostril ; no
pain; agrtettble to tis. I'ric9 60c.
Forgot Hi t'riitehe.
One of the re-ults of Ih? earthquake
wastoenretbe rhenmntm of b citi
zen o( Columbia, S. C. He had need
clutches for yeats, but wbttn tbe
qauke quaked he ran out of Ibe houpe
like a lour jear old steer, and he
ham't used, bin crutchts since.
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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY,
TOE WAGES OF SIX.
A FAMILY SCBSIST1XG OX
DAUGHTER'S SHAME.
Slater Negotiates for Her
moral to a House of
111 fame.
Be
About dark yesterday evening a
woman giving ber name as Mrs. Mag
gie Seward presented herself at the
Station House and complained that her
daughter Annie, aged fifteen and a
half years, had been absent from home
for a week, and that a certain young
man of this city knew of her where
abouts and bad probably abdncted
her. A warrant for the arrest of the
supposed culprit was sworn to before
Justice Powel, but at Mia. Seward's
request its execution was dnlayed un
til the-ofi'icers heard from her again,
as the hoped to find her daughter
without the aid of the police. She
PROMISED TO BETDRN
in a half honr, bat up to midnight the
mother had foiled to put in an appear
ance. An Appeal reporter got wind
of the affair about dark aud at once
proceeded ti the mother's place of
abode, No. 119 Vance street, near
Avery. lie found Mrs. Saward in the
front yard, and upon making known
his dtsire for an interview, wai led to
the front room of the basement
floor, which presented unmistaka
ble evidences of squalid poverty.
There was but one ligtit in the apart
ment, a miserable col oil lamp with
out a chimney, that tilled, the atmos
phere with a surlocalins odor and sent
clouds of thick, heavy smoke in every
direction. Oa the floor two baby boys
were sprawling on all fours, while Mibs
Sillie Sewaid, the eldtst daunlitor of
the family, eto d by the mother atd
occasionally ventured a suggestion.
There w s no furnitute in the room
but a rickety badsUiid, a table and
one chair. From the inner room,
evidently the kitcben, came the
Found of frying bacon, in prepaia'ion
doubt'esa for the
EVENING MEAL.
Mrs. Seward is probably abont -10
years, of sallow complexion, and rather
scrawny vijaao. Her daughter Sallie
is abont 20, with black hair and eye.',
and remarkable chiefly for the general
slovenlini :s of her appearance. Upon
bting questioned as to ber non-appearance
at the Police S'ntion to urge the
execution of the warrant she had
herself snorn out, she btated
that she had became catietjed
tbat the party charttel with
complicity in her daughter's digit
from borne was guiltless of any wromr ;
that fhe knew of her daughter's
whereabouls; that the wayward girl
had been seen by her eieter during the
afternoon and prom'sed to vieit her
mother in the morning. The reporter
inquired of Miss Sallie where the had
BEEN HER BISTER,
and she replied: "At the houe of a
colored woman named Ada Sbelton on
Hooper's alley, neu the Bjulevard."
Both mother and daughter agreed that
the wandering Annie was as chaste
as ice and bad never deviated for
a moment from tbe straight path
of virtue, bat this etory did not tally
with the mother's subsequent admis
sion that the girl had spent a portion
of last week at B'anche Curry's on
Market Square, from which place she
bad been removed by a male fiiend.
This knorked tbe cbastity theory so
high that further inves'igation was
deemed necessary and the reporter
le't. Abuita half an hour la er, tbe
reporter wiiile on his way to tiie
bouse of Blanche Curry, met Mrs.
Seward on a P. p'ar Btreet car and
learned that she was noing to the Bou
levard to make an eff irt to induce her
daughter to return home The re
porter accompanied her. Tha daugh
ter was net found at Ada Shelton's, as
was expfced, and that woman vehe
mently denied having seen her fc
several weeks. A white woman sained
Mrs. Mollie, who was found on the
premises, admitted that ohe had eeeu
Annie Seward that afternoon, bad
been in her company, but was
ignorant of her whereabouls. lUf
fled in her siarcb, the mother
started on her way home. The re
porter, suspicious of the mother'
actions, and by cint'adictory storieB
told by her and her daughter Sillie,
called at 109 Market street, and was
there made acquainted with the
BUCCKING DETAILS
of a horrible etory. Tbe houBO is in
charge of Leu Walker, who showed no
disposition to evale question
irjg, and promptly answered all
questions put to her. She said
that on or about Sjptembnr Oth
a girl named Edith, a resident of Alice
Grant'i1, received a visit from Sallio
Seward, tbe sister cf Annie, bearing
in her bands a not? from tbe lattor in
which fihe requested the loan of $6 to
avoid ejectment f ir rei.t, and promised
in return for the loan t) g ) to Alice
Grant's house and embrace a life of
sbame. Sallie Seward was fully con
versant with tbe contents of the
note, and stated in explana
tion that her siet'r was liv
ing an unprofitable life of Khame,
and that the family might as well
profit by it. Misa Grant refuted to
receive the girl. Bills West, an in
mate of Blanche Carry's house, was
also applied to, and went in a hack,
accompanied by a girl named Florence,
to tbe hnnso of Mrs. Seward, made
known tbe ohjeot of her visit, and paid
Mrs. Seward SO. Mrs Saward protested
against the execution of the contract
but Sallie Seward promised to see it
peiformed. The women left in the
hack without tbe girl, but that name
afternoon the two sisters callod at
Blanche Curry's, and Annio Seward
was left there. She made no objec
tion to the arrangement, admitted
that she had been intimata with
one man for nearly a year, and
that tbe family had lived on what
her paramour had given her; that the
latter had indicated bis willingness to
provide for her, but objected to take
care of the entire family; tbat the
mother and sister both knew of her
conduct and were coBstantly after her
for money. The next night the girl'a
lovfr came after her, repaid the $0
advance, and removed tbe girl to un
known quarters. The day following
she revisited the Curry house and ex
pressed eatiefactiou at having escaped
the guardianship of her mother and
sister, who played upon her feelings
and wheedled her ont of every cent
the bad. This is an outline of toe
BUaMSFl'L HIBTOaV
revealed to the reporter. Much ot it
has been g'o wed over and many dis
gusting details supposed, but it
is insiftoi by the women in
terviewed tha'. the elder sister
and motht r in the catte have connived
at the daughter's ruin. Slin is ili-
scribed as small, p'uinp, with a mass
oi raven nair, white teetli, blue
eyes and of vtry attractive
appearance. That eho is ten
der hearted, ami easily ir-fluenced
for good is a'so the opinion of all who
have met her. She was at ono time
an employe of f7't'a candy facto'v,
and may h&va fa'ltn thronah the
want of healthy sarroundings at home.
Her father, Owen Reward, died in
April, 1SS5. He was a contractor of
levee work and provided well
for his family. Since hii death
the famiiy have been going to tbe
dogs, poverty and want and disinclina
tion ti honest industry dragging tbem
steadily down, until money was a
crime object of existence. The family
is well connected in Mississippi, and
this story will probably involve others
in the truant daughter s t hame.
BIG DAMAGE SUITS
ENTERED IN THE ( IBC'I'I I COl'ktT
YCKTEBDAY EYKM.VU.
Amotbec View of the Survey to Bin
iBRham Tbe Blarteat Ex.
eiiroloa-Xoiee.
Three suits for heavy damages were
entered in the Circuit Court yester
day. The Memphis Brewing Company
wants $20,030 in two catea from the
Tennessee Southern railroad for in
juries done by tracks to their busi
ness. William Johnson sues the Memphis
and Charleston railroad for $10,000,
personal injuries.
John Morgan has brought suit be
fore Justice -Biittmlmrg against the
Memphis and Charleston railroad,
claiming damages for the loss of his
trunk. The delenee is that the tru ik
was lost on a train that was chattered
by an excursion pa ty, and that the
road ic, therefore, nit liable. The
railroa.l company that cnu keep up
witbad.tiky excursbn has not yet
been organized in this country.
Fnllon'a NorauKna.
To tbe Editor) of the Appeal:
Saltville, Mibs., 8?ptmbcr 14.
Your epeciai correspondent, writing
from Futton, Mir, seems not to have
gotten into the t-n inwardness of the
eoreni'fa of the' Foltonites, iucluJing
that eminent rai rotd lawyer anu
statesman, the Hon. David Johnson,
in regard to the change of route cf
the Kansas City aud Birmingham ro.td.
When tbe survey of the Memphis,
Birminijhain aud Atlantic road was
tirBt made on the direct er air line
route, psrsing through this place, as
also Fulton, which was by long odds
the most feasible and practical route,
as it pais.'d north of that, thus avoid
ing the necc-sity and expense of a
new drawbridge aorors ttie Bigbee
river, we thounht Fulton was with
m. Bat. at tbe meeting of the Legis
lature Tupelo displayed an able lobby
and Fu'ton transferred ber allegiance
ti that place and passed what we call
the odorous Siinontoa .amendment,
which was so ably dinected by
your Marshal contty correspondent
ia;t spring. By the by, it there
ever was a rase of an enginoer
beinu hols'ed by his own petard it
was tbi. For when the Kansas City
road wanted to make a survey through
Simonton'sown townof bhannon.ther
was tbat virtuous sta'esman waving a
copy of his amendment and telling the
surveying party that by viitue of that
wise act that any other road thau the
Memphis, Birmingham and Atlantic
was forbidden from going nearer than
twelve mill s of tbe sainted city of Tu
pelo, much to tbe disgust, as we infer,
of his fellow townsmen, who were not
averse to having another read through
their town and wero thus cut ofT from
ibe benefit! thereof by the "wiaJom"
of their honored legiBlatir. It seems
now that the new company have de
nied to Fulton the little sop promised
by the Memphis, Birmingham and A'
lantio of pa- ing in a mile of that
p'a-e, and which thoold company had
already decided not to line Mae Inrh
rymae, hence the?e tears. The way for
Fulton to avoid the traps "into
which she bas fallen in not to
threaten litigation backed by the
Hon. David Johnson, superintendent
of tbe penitentiary, e'e, but unite
with us in aekinsr the air line route as
advocated by Col. Sun Tate. The ar
gument that the road as now proposed
tn be run will take trade that now
goes to Mobile and New Orleans is not
one to detar the Kansau City from
building. That U what they a-e after.
Perhaps your able correspondent, by
his luminous expos'ton, has con
vinced them of this, even if they had
not a slight inkling of it before. The
threat that the l linois Central wi.l
build through the vas' uninterrupted
territory o' Itawamba may only con
vince the Kansas City company that
there is trade et ougb worth building
for. w, j. com.
The Hon i:riiralou.
Chicago, Ji.l., September IS. Next
Siturday an extraordinarily largo ex
cursion party will leave this city for
Boston, over the Chicago and Grand
Trunk railway. Tbe contract with
i hat company calls for sixty Pullman
and forty Wagner sleeping coaches,
fifty regular passenger coaches ami
twenty b'ggage cars. The first sec
tion of this remaikable tra n will
leave Chicago Saturday, at 9 a.m.
Tbe remaining sections of the train
will have every Uenty minutes there
after, until the entire party is on the
move. The Grand Trunk Company
will clear the tracks of a'l other traffic
as far as possible and ftst time will be
made to Niagara, where the first s'op
will be made for breakfant tbe follow
ing morning. This grnt excunion is
going to the Odd Fellows' celebration
at Boston next week, when the Sov
ereign Grand Lodge of the world will
hold its meeting. The Odd Fellows,
after vainly trying to get low ra'es for
everybody on all lines, entered into a
contract with ilia Grand Trunk for S13
for the round trip. Snce then other
companies have made conceemon.
After tbe rates were arrangegod 75,000
circulars were sent out to tli9 whole
Western country asking the various
orders to rendezvous at Chicago aud
from here to make the start for Bohtoo.
The reepoutes already received indi
cate that from 5CD0 to 10,000 of the
fraternity will assemble aad pa s
through Chicago. The celebration at
Bjstou Ih expected to eclipse anything
ever attempted by Odd Fellows he
fore. The Patriarchs Militant (tbe
military branch of the order) will for
the first time participate in the annual
fes.ival, and it is es imatsd that 10,000
chevaliers and 00,000 subordinates will
make up the parade.
PERSOHAI. MENTION.
W. P. Walk art, Cincinnati agent of
tbe Kenawha Dispatch, is iu tbe city.
G. Liva, of New York, superin
tendent of 'tie Monarch Sleeping Car
Company, is at the Peabody.
W. L. Smith, Superintendent Pe
g ram's chief clerk, left last night to
upend a few days at bis home in Vir
ginia. J$ F. Mitchell, general passer.ger
and freight atrent of the Chwapeake,
Ohio aud r-oothwott"ru ruilroid, is
slopping at the Peabody Hats).
The Jtemorrnlle llnlnuce Mi"t.
Chicago Unlet: An Kit tern paper
says that St. John' epeet lies cost tho
Democratic party 30 each. But they
eost the Republic in party a good deal
more thsn tha'.. Two years ago they
cost it the Presidency.
SEPTEMBER 16,
TIIE FIELD CLEARED.
COL.
PA1TEBS0X WHtlBRAWS
FROM THE RACE
And Mr. James Pliclan Will Re
Nominated by Acclamation
Political Notes.
There is no longer any danger of a
dead lock in the convention which
meets at the Exposition Building to
morrow to nominate a Democratic
candidate for Congress. It pronrst a
to be a very one sided affair. The
sachems of the district are outsonken
in their belief that no man will be
found with sufficient nerve to enter
the field when they read the following
manly card of withdrawal by Col.
Pa'terson.
COL. PATTSR80X WITHDRAWS.
To the Democrat! of tbe Tenth Congreasiona
Diitricl:
Recognising the fact that the will of
the majority must bs obeyed, and un
willing to embariass my b lends in a
factious contest, I hereby withdraw n
a rand i fate for C.wgress from ihe
Tenth Congressional D;atrict. In thus
retiring I thank my friends for their
support and confidence, aud reallirm
my allegiance to tha Dem-cra'i' party.
JOSIAU PATTERSON.'
WILL BALLY TO HIS SUPPORT.
It was hinted early yfstorday mim
ing that Col. Pattron would with
draw from the race, and liitio surpii-e
was mnnifeited lest riht when tho
news that he bad really taken such
action gained enrroncy on the streets.
Tbe new phase of the situation waB n
topic of general conversation among
the leaders of the party, and cn evfry
hand a determination was exproxd
to support him cordially. The faaii'y
tight is at an end.
for Ihe I.viiUlnlur.
Judging from the names which have
already been mentioned in contu'c'io i
with the legislature, the onvention
which meets npxt Thursday will no'
hnve any trouble in selecting a dln
gation which will do honor to Shelby
county.
Mr. Henry J. Lynn's frienr'H are en
thusiastic in his behalf. The meie
mention of his name in onnection
with tbe Senate ws eudicient to tir ng
tut an expro;sion of cord:nl indorse
ment, winch must have been highly
kratilying. A fine parliamentarian,
quick to seize opportunities which
may bo presented to him, and thor
oughly iu sympathy with the pro
gressive spirit wtiich diftini;u!she
this above all other Southern cities,
be is a lmiiably fitted for so important
a trust. Bat Shelby ii entitled to
more than one Representative in tbe
L'g'slature, and among the delegates
who wero stle::tsd Tuesday night
there were scores of the admirers of
Lynn, Douglass, Briakley and M jnte
donico. Mr. Brinkley has always ha l a repu
tation f s a man of the brcade.-t and
most progressiva views, and hia ex
perience in large affair; would ixako
film an especially useful member. s -
J u Ige D uglest haB always been In
the front rank when anything was on
foot for the benefit of tae city. Opca
at the head of .the local government
and for tbe past two yeaiB the Jnrigs
of the Criminal Court, hia knowledge
of the noidi of the people could not
fail to In of use in tha making of
laws.
Mr. J. D. Moutedonico enjoys tha
dietinc iou of hiving led bis ticket
when he was a candidate two years
ag). He Ih a gentleman of polished
manners, up with the times, an eesy,
graceful speaker, and is universally
popular.'
Country Uelesnlr.
Returns from tha country cine iu
Blowly. The following districts were
heard from :
Fifth l)iflrkt.3. O. Mhnrtn and M.
C. f Varce, Congr mional dslega'e".
Sixth J)itricl. George Fisiley and
Clarecco Caldwell, Congressional de e
ga'e'.
Srvfnth Pislrict Gfloiga W. IJ'.ack
wel', C'ingrossioiial delegate.
Twtlfih lHilricl.d !; Holmes, Con
grBSiunal delegate; R. F. Mulone and
W.' L. Radford, Legisla'ive delegates.
Thirteenth Dttirkt. V. L. Meiix,
Congressional delegate; W. F. Gill
ami S. F. TufbTville, Loyiahitivs dele
gates. Jonrttcnth DiMrid.E. A. Kteling,
K R. Grove and Gus Schuler, Con-grrs-ional
delegates.
F.ijjhtetnth DMrkt. Hugh Ileiskell
and 11 J. Bnwliogs, Congressional
ile.leuatas; J. K. Frost, H. D.Greer, A.
J. Jbown and J. J. Preset t', Legisla
tive delegates.
The stalue Election.
Lkwwton, Mb , September 15. Tne
Lewiston Journal hns reports from 415
townc, giving Bodwell, Republican,
00,5'i0: Edwards, Democrat, 63,251,
and Clark, Prohibitionist, :S007. The
remaining towns in 1882 voted:
Robie, Republican, 3210; Plaisted,
Domocra', 3762, and scat'ering. 2-12.
Wlacoiialn Iemocrtle Male loo
veutlon.
Madison, Wis., September 15. The
Dc-mocra'ic State Convention assem
bled at noon today. 1!. S. Rose, of
Darlington, was elect ;d temporary
chairman. His mention of the names
of President Cleveland and Postmaster
General Vilas evoked cheering. After
appointing tho usual commi'tcea tho
convention adjourned to 2:30 o'clock
p.m.
When the convention rfnssemblod
Judge Baism, of Kau Claire, was
elected pormannnt chairman, and G.
W. Porlti, of Milwaukee, permanent
secretary.
Gen. Bragg presented tho name of
Gilbert A. Woodward, of Lacrosse, for
Governor. Mr. Woodward was noini
ra'cd bv acclamation. He was in tbe
Iron Brigade during tbe war.
ConKreealoual Xouilu.tllona.
J.J. Pugaley win last night mmin ited
for Congress by the Twelfth O.iio D s
tiict Republicans.
Tbe New Hampshire First District
Repub'icins yfHterday renomiiia'od
Congressman llavnes.
Tbo Democrats of the Fourth Ar
kansas District renominated Congress
man John U. Roberts yesterday.
M irjhall Parks was today nominated
as Democratic candidate for Congress
from the Second Virginia District.
The Democrats of the E gbth Mas
sachusetts District yesWday nomi
nated (ohn J. Donovan for Congrers.
Tho Dimocrat'c Convention o' the
Tenth Missiuri Dis'rict yesterday
renoroina'cd Martin L. Curdy for
C irgrcs?.
The Republicans of tho Fourth Mis
Bouri Gougr?s:onal D'strict nominated
Byron A. Dunn, of Maryville, .Mo., at
H . Jos-ph, yosterd.iy.
The Democratic and Greenback con
forots in session at Ir.d arn, I'n., nom
inated Dr. St. Clair, of Indiana, 'r
Cji g'ess in the Twenty fifih District.
W. If. Foinoy wasnominated yes'er
day for Congress by accVna'ton tiy the
Democratic C nvetiffo!"of the Seventh
"Ii
1886.
E. SLAGRR,
Tailor and Importer.
IKY FALL STOCK la now
Moat Varied I have ever offer
NOVKLTI F.H IN FANCY Ml
THE LATKKT TILHa, O V It COATI X. AND FANCY
PANTALIKIftB In treat variety, all of the LATKST IIKMCNS,
Introduced hy the l.eadlnir ImportOre of Knirland, Franco and Ger
many. I wleh to make IPKt IAL X1RMTIO to my ciiatomiira and
the public to rail and uiapoc-t my .TaALMFItKrVr STOCK, at mj
OLD aTAMI,
Core Steond and Jiffirson
Alabama D'strict. This makes his
seventh term.
The D: morrati ye terday nominated
the Hon. F. T. Nhaw to represent the
Sucond and the Hon. Barms Comnton
ti represent the Fifth Maryland Con
gressional Dis'ricie. Both are at pres
ent members cf Uont rfsj.
I onniy llrmerrar;.
New York, September 15. The
Couoty D.-nvcrac.y Executive Com
mittee, t y rtajlntion, ten'ght instruct
ed their chairman t) appoint a com
mittee of lilt) number of the nrinui
zition to wait on Kx-Maynr KtlwarJ
mper upin bis airival hern from
F. irope, Hiul In pre h upm 'niui the
acceptance cf the ie idersnip of tbe or
gan) r.i ion, made vacant by the death
of Hubert O. I hou.pson.
3JASEIJALL.
NAriOSiAL i.eaui i:.
Knnana Illy Morning Umi.
Kansas Crtv, Mo , Sif teinbtr 15
This luo'tiing the Drtn ilt (fave the
Cowboys the wortt draboiug of ti e
sen on. I; was an easy thing to hit
McKeon ami ;hey pound d out U
raue, while the hjiiie tfnmuudj cnly
live bass hits tfl'of Conway and fcoieil
only two r u no. In th tilth inning
Kic'iarJson was injured in the hnint
and Gated was tuhsttuel. The
gune was c IHI Kt tin tlo:e of the
svtuth inning. Score:
KaniniC.iv 0 1 0 1 0 0 0-2
Detroit .. I 0 2 1 :i 3 1-1 1
A Iter noon IJaiue at Kaetaa (lly.
Kansas Citv, Mo , Septumlier 15.
I he Cowboys were on their mettle
i his a'te'iioon aid played with an en
ergy quite retching to the crowd,
ihey batted Srtiiti ettucessfully and
onttieliUd the Wolverines, while
Whitney, who wai in giod form, held
tbe visitorj clown to six hits. Brouth
ers and J. R wu lo'b made cosily
enorj for Detroit. A feature of the
game was a brilliant catch by Lillie t f
Dunlap's 11 to ixtretue left IWM.
Liilie climbed half way up a hank,
stumbled, and falling upon hia ltd
shoulder reached for the ball with his
right hand and cjught it, preventing
a home run and retiring the side.
KnntasCity 1 0 1 0 0 2 2 1 0-7
Detroit I 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0-5
Baalon, II: I'lillitilrlphln. 8.
Boston, Mass., September 15.
Boston defealtd Pbiludelph'a today in
the first three Innings chiefly through
giod hatting end base running. After
the third iutiii g B. sion get only oue
man to third live. The Philadelphia
made all their runs on errors by B.w
ton. Between the first nnd ninth in
nings the visitors succeeded in getting
only one nun to lecond and three to
first base. Store:
Boiton 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-5
Philadelphia 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13
hlrnao,4i HI. Louie, a.
St, Lous, Mo., September 15. Ciii
rng i played an almost perfect game
today, and diwned the Maroons after
a hard ttruggie. Fly an wns very
elective, (ilii'S.'rck being the only
man who hit him ellectively. Ho
made a borne run in the first inning
aud a (ingle in the third. The buet
ba'urs cf the game wera the bat iug
mid (Hiding of G'ns'fonk, Kelly's right
field work and Flynn'a pitching. At
tendiincs over 50(10.
St. Loirs I 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-2
Chicago 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 -4
New Tork Nhut Onl hj WiwIiIiikIod.
Nkw YoRK.Svpteniher 15. The New
York Club found Shaw's curves harder
to solve today ar.d fell easy vio iins lo
tio Washington plnyerp. Welch was
bat ed hnrd and olten. The homo
club made dcepernto a'tiinpts, but
failded to score a lirglo run.
Washington 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1-5
New York 0 00 0 00000-0
A.UKHICAN AKNOIUlIOM.
Allilellc. i Louletllle, 4
Piiiladbi.I'uia, Pa., Septemherl5
The Atiiletics hit Chamberlain hard
and at the right time today and had
no trouble in winning. Atkinson was
too much for tbe Louisvilles, who se
turcd only four bits, three of which
were made in tbe sixth inning. Game
was called at the end of the eighth
inning on account of ra n.
Athletic 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 3-9
Lni sville 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 0-4
A Tie Unme at tot en laland.
Xmw York, fieptmber 15 The
Metropolitan and Cincinnati clubs
played a draw game at Staten laland
today. Darknrss stopped the mime at
the end cf the eighth inning. The ln
dinr s were unfortunate In being un
able to bunch their hits.
Metropolitan 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1-3
Cincinnati 0 10 10 10 03
I'oalnuel on Account of lie III.
Baltimore, Ml) .Spptonibur 15. To
day's Baltiinore-Pittibu'g game wb
postponed, on amount of rain.
SI. I. e nla, I; Hioithlyn, 8.
Nkw Yon, S,tptimbcr 15. Tho
IJ ook'yn and t, Liuis clubs played
another gsme at Washington Park,
Brooklyn, toilny. The homa club
could not bunch their Id's. Attend
ance, 1500.
Crlebrnllon of Mexlcna Inl('ieiiI-
City of Mexicj, September 15.
The city is filled with visitors to par
ticipate in the celebration of the na
tional Independence Djy tomorrow.
This' being the anniversary of the
birth of President Diaz, he was waited
on this forenom by .the genera's and
chief officers of the army In full uni
form, by the diplomatic corps and
civil service func'ipntries at ii'aeiiy
residence. Tonight tbe President at
tended I he exercises commemorative of
Mexican independence at the National
Theater, at which were p-eeent sev
eral thoisand pirsons. Tomorrow
there will be a gieiit k reel procession
and review of Ibe troops. A gnat
ball, given in to lor of tho President
by the gjterals of the g.irrirnu, will
take place ai the H. li ;ol of Mines in
the eveninif. The decvetims aro
beautiful and rostly, and ;t will li t'io
greatest soci il event of t ;is decade.
Congrrns will begin its seesion tomor
row alttrnojD.
eomntete. The I.ariro.t. Cholecat and
in Memphle, eonaltlnir of all tka
I I INt.".. WOKTKI 1 ALL
Sts.,
Memphis, Tinn
a R
3
N0TEL CELEBRATION.
The HlKta Tiuiea ahey are llavlna;
Al liareoln.
"Wo have been gelling all tha good
we coti'd out of tlio eb c'lon up onr
way," aaid one of a iatyofdi'n
genili'tnen who came in Irom O ceuU
yettetdiiy. ' S.inin f ttie fellow cut in
the bnckwoodH dietricia don't know it
is over yet, ami it certainly did not
look liko it when I le't there. We
had a hig timo in celebration ot
the atlair in tho g ovo rear the
town. The d olt cs helped us elect
cur ticket, you know, and we fixe 1 up
a barbecue ami li.-an dance, trd to
all who wanted t alien I, white aud
black. Tabb h were fpreiul under the
trees and Idded with good thing!.
The white pi nple att together Bnd tno
colored folks ftud d tlieirektrts within
peakirg.dU'n'ite. Tne fare furnished
both was exattly the pitriie
Aft r everyboly liad euto'i there
was speak'ng and dancing. The twe
sets of damn m we e within a few
yards of eat h n In r, with the mueio
between, nil Mopping lively t tne
H.ime iiiertitire. I tell you it neat til
the elections I ever saw. Thi lon
Marshal and all h'S dtputies rceigiied
when it wis over si tha'. I hey cotiid
join in with the hr ys and mak i a week
tit. Ami you c n jbi not vour
awcet Koniuckv iiie thev made Jvme
howl."
"How did Hei kins hike bisd f-iuV'
"1 feel sorry Inr Huskies," was t ie
reply, "lie g.tvo compe'ely away.
And then be hail ben working vry
bard for a 1 ng tune, rid.ng nigtit and
dy, sleeping any where and thinking
everything. H.s bill a sever bemoi
rhiwu of tlp liitita t'io other da and
was pretty low when 1 h it. Ho w.s
one of tl.e beat ofl'icers I ever s tw in
my life, but tho ga"g he kept around
hint wan enong'i to hurt any man."
'Our HbIij'h t'lrat Vrar."
by Marion lladiind, wi'h other valut
blo intorma'ion; forty-night page book.
Sent free on receipt t,f 2 ceut sUmp.
Addresi Raed A Carnrick, Mercantile
Exchange Building, New York City.
JiniKlruU
IS RCMOVSI) RT titb cs ow COCOASia,
And it stimnlates and promote the
growth of the hair.
Riirott'a Flavoring Evirant tha
e,Mrt
OTHER'S
FRIEND
Not only ahcrtena the time of labor
anil lemena the pain, hut It greatly
diinliiialioa the ilnngar to life of both
mother ami child, anil luavea tin
inntlier in a cnndltlon mure fnrnrab1
tn apectly recti vury, and Jeaa liable I
Kliiodina, Cunvuliloiii, and otht
alarinlna nyiiiptoina. Its elllcacy 1,
tlili reHpeot entitlea It to he calle1'
Til Mothhii'h KaiaNii, and to rank
aa one ol the llfu anvint remedies vt
the nineleonth cmitury.
Wo cannot pulilinh ccrtltlcatea oon
oerniiia thla remedy williout wound
ing the dolicnny it( Ihe wrltera. Vet
we have hundred on file.
Bend fur our hook, "To Mother!," mai.el
free.
lilt ' Lit IIMJI'LATOn COM l.
ATLANTA, OA.
Crab Orchard
'WATER.
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DYSPEPSIA.
Constipation.
Sick Headache 1
poHr : On,, to two tcB.piwiiifula.
: in,, riikH iiuniAau Saltb In
i,nli.,l itrliiiilI at j"c. and aSu. Ko
ci-uiiiuo e.iia aoia iu uui.
Crab Orchard Water Co., ProrTra.
N. lONCS. MlnKif.,, I.ml,,M,
Electric Belt Free
TO Introduce It and cbtaln acenta we wil
for the neat sixty days five away, fre
of charge, in each county In tha ti. 8. a I i al
lied number ol our riiinn Klrnilrv 4fal.
vanlo HiiaieuKrjr Hella. Price a
iioiltlre and unfallina cure fur Neryoui De
bility, VariecceU, imiMioni', lianpUnoy,
etc. InOO.(l) lUwari raid if erery Beit we
naaniaatare doei act onerala a fir nine
eloitrlo carrent. 4 .lel'eea at oaoe tLliO
TR1C BtCLT AfllSiCY, P. O. Boa IT),
Brooklyn. N. T.
30:
r WILDOR'3 COMPOUND OF
PURE COD LIVEE
. OIL AND LIME. n
qtr. ia y
Uol lliollonnluoArtli'lo Theicrral
oiulnrity of " Wilbor'a Coniiutuiid ol Cod
.ivar (HI and bime" hna induced aou.e un
principled pcraoni to attauipt to palm off
iiui'le article of their own uninufnoturo;
hut any parson who ia luflorina from Ci.uitbs.
Colda or Conauniptiori. ihuiild be f irciul
whrre they purchiiKe tlila article. The re
lulta of Uh uso arc il bent rocomuienditticina,
and the proprietor haa ample tvidecce on
file of ita areat aucceaj In pulmonary com
plainta. The Hhoaphato uf l.ime p:ee a
laoit marvoloua healina power, aa coinbiaed
with the pure Cod-Liver Oil b Dr. Wilbcr.
It la proBcrtoeil by tne meuieiu iaoui;y. m
by A. II. Wilbiih, Chemiati Bonon, ar4
Pruaaiata.
J. P. HOLST k BK0. j
(sccenssons to ti, n. bolst a o.
Funeral Directors,
HA.VK ErnotEo in
Xd. EC0X1 ST., MKMriJlS
V i.'T.I, and complete itnck of Woou aj ,
A i'.to'.aUiOfc'aaei and Caakata, Clotl-t'cy i
e-i Calictind L'nr'al Kcbu alcaj .',,
li .nil. nr .Oriori by telerraph ireautly
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