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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1886.
(accessor to JtCRRAT R IDG ELY, )
TAILOR, DRAPER & BIPORTER
No. 38 MADISON STREET,
Is In receipt f a larger, more varied and better se
lected stock of CASSIMEEES.WOKSTEDS, SUITINGS
and OVERCOATINGS, (all
tions.) than vras ever shown
stock comprises the choicest
and most durable goods in gentlemen's wear.
agy Samples and Prices on
who have left measures.
For the Senate.
THE APPEAL ii authorized to announce
HUGH b. BKI&KLBY as a candidate
for the State Senate, sncjeet to the Demo
WE are authorised to announce HENRY
J. LYNN as a candidate for the6tate
Senate, subjeot to the nomination ol the
D.'nnrrntir Onnrantlon on the 23d Instant.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement l'uru. Contraotor and brick
layer. Telephone WW. TUPS. CUBBINK.
0W8 HIah grade Ternoy cowa and young
(nv?; gnd piilkofB. isoyn wiKr.
B1UCK RESIDkNCK Of six rooms, with
modern ttupriivemema; No 4i3--rielby
street. Am ly to A. C. Xreadeell, Execu
IORSE Cheapi fine, largo, very stylish
nod speedy; safe for a lady. 675 Main.
THE lea e and fixtures of the St. Elmo
Hotol, le'id:an, Miaa, Twenty-five
comiuudious rooms, within three minutes
walk of the Union Depot; large sample
room on the street next doors now doing a
(rood business and popular. Can be bad at a
uarcaiti if applied lor within ttie next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Elmire, proprietor,
CWWB-Two Jcrsev Cows, t Heifer and
Horse. I will sell at F. A. Jones A Co.'s
Btables, on Monroe street, without reserve,
at 12 o'clock ru.. on Tuesday, September 21st,
twoJersey Cows, giving milk and in calf:
also, a heifer. All pure and thoroughbred
and of the best families.
Also, privately, my Bay Buggy Horse,
"Roiiers." 3 , ,L
Terms cash, or sixty days' city a;ypta'ces.
A. 8. wHITtORD.
TIN Lot of tin, suitable for roofing. Also
a large lee box. At Qabay's,4U9ehelby.
RETAIL GROCERY Doing good busi
ness; reasons for se'line given. Apply
to ' P. McCADDEN k CO.
OLD MATERIAL In the storehonses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low
enstein A Bros.' s must be removed at once.
Apply to JOHN REIU. Builder. .
NEAT COTTAGE Of six rooms, and lot
200x44, 54 Dean avenue. Inquire on
IHEAP One second-hand ROCKAWAY,
neany as gooa nBf,iuuiuiii'uni
DRUG Si ORE 75 Charleston avenue; do
ing a first-class prescription and drug
business. Good reasons for selling. Apply
at 93 Linden street.
ONE BED-ROOM SET,
One Dining-room Set,
One Kitchen Set,
with possession of house at once,
34 BT. MARTIN STWEET.
nUPPIES-By "Oath's Mark " out of
JL MoComb's "Katie." For price and ex
tended pedigree, a duress
THOS. OROILL. Bonds, Tenn
EDAR FENCING POSTS For sale by
w . n. liAttivia, liarainaviup,
BOILER 50-H. P. toiler, tested to 180 lbs.
water pleasure, will sell cheat). Apply
-at 6PRI'jH o lilA..
"TTT OODLAWN STOCK FARM- In the stud
V V OII. lUtfIUUiUUI.il 11 U .1 1. 1 . - -
120. One Trotting Horse; fee, 110. One Jer
sey Bull: fee, 02.60 For Sals-30 Horses,
3 Milch Cowa, 15 head Butoher Cattle, Pea-
1 j - c JI.J tl . . UnH.. An
-cockb ana newiouTuinuu uvn- ". -
pasture, (5 per month: Texaa horses, lflo per
gay. IPIOIJUUn. WWJU1H niim i
TTPRIGHT PIANO Good as new, eheap
KJ lot easn; or win eacnauir. ior utmru
Address K 38, Appeal offire.
SALOON AND FIXTURES-In a good
whisky town and live eoonty. For terms
apply to G. V. 1J0SNELL,
vv ' Coffeeville, Miss.
OUSE 220 Washington 8'. ; 7 rooms and
bathroom apply at ropiar at
I No. 1M Main Streot.
No. 205 Main Street.
No. m Main Street.
A pply to JAMES LEE, J., 4 Madison St.
OOMS Nicely lurnished front rooms.
Ai w monroe street.
OOMS Well furnishtd rooms, AO. 81
OOMS Two very desirable frott rooms,
furnished, at 14 Mnaison street.
1 BNISHRI) HOUSE 434 Vance street
Apply on premises.
ROOMS And kitchen at No. 33 Third
street. Apply on premises.
HOUSE Corner Thornton and Alabama
streols, newly painted, In good repair;
ten rooms, cellar, two good cisterns, desira
able front and back yards; on line of street
-oars. jatnes mcr.'.iuari.. -i-j imuwuu
nnnMS-On. ! front room, with small
XV room and large olosht adjoining, unfur-
nished, at ;M Vnnce street.
"DOOMS-Two furnished or unfurnished
I ) rooms at so jnauimo titcu
-i-xtjstrM.1! nvFICES In tha new Cot
I 1 . I.' V. ...... U .. ; I .! I n i. a i n ir 1 a In
. l J ll u v. u 1 1 . u iiuiiini.ni - -- - . -
auits. on very reasonable terms, lluilding
heated thoroughly by steam. Elevator run
ning irom btsement to attin. Apply to
HENRY HOTTER, Secretary.
ESIDENCB-342 Vance street.
Apply a'.stt vance atreet.
ESIDENCER and Rooms.
L. 15. KATU1N, it waaison at.
OOM Nicely furnished front room, good
locality, at lal'ourt street.
ELEGANT newly furnished rooma, bath
room, etc. Inquire at 116 Court street.
OTTAGE No. 422 Court street extended.
Apply at 21H Main strum.
STOREHOUSE Occupied by Degnan Sc
Co.. No. 2u7 Main street, ' Lee Block."
l?kriiD'XirL V.nn. ilnt l.f. aU.Dnt Kpi.lr
XV residence, a. 10H Washington st. For
terms apply to NojJlO Main street.
QTOREHOUSES The three new first-class
KJ otorenouses on oiieiiy simav, nn inirm
' Ol tn. UaVOSO IIOIOI. lunna ioiiniJuiii
Apply 10 .IAiviniiuiv.' ..irtowA,,
XJOTEL-Th. stonewall Hotel and Hail-
I.X road Eating House at urana junction,
Tenn. Apply to J. 8 Day. Reoeiver. Nos.
3(0 and 'Mi Front street, Memphis, Tenn.
possession given immediately
"VT0. Hi MAIN STREET Opposite the
L Oonrt IliiiiHu. Having a front on Man
and one on Poplar street renders this proi
erty very denrahle. tall on
JAMES LlilC. Ja., No 4 Mndiaon at.
HOUSES On ahd near vriilker avenue,
on Klmwood street oar line, fron the
ll R.ni.mber. anveral houses, from two to
-eight rooms, in good repair. Apnly at 86
Union s reet. jus. iiiiKUiv
C- HOIiiE OFFICES On cecond story, oo
enpied for many years by Dr J. W, Nel
son. Dentist, cornrr Union and Main streets,
Also.suitiihle SLEEPING -ROOMS above,
Apply at 34 tnion street. JOS. LENOW.
ESIRABLE KOOMS-Suitable for light
housekeepinr, N.oor. Seo'ndand Market
TOREIIOUSE-From lit September, one
four-story Main a'reet imrfnouu.
p. rr . nvioiivn a.
I AtVltri, OlUHIl-l'll". -"' v..,-1 ,
X-4 with side and rar entrances, Nos. dt3
. .!.. uKlllll. t?lKn 0..V B T, H ..I Id,
and 3m Main street. rooiuu h
or sooner, it reouirea.
vmces, mo. ci.oouu v. , 0-t
Rooms for light housekeeping, No. 3i6Pop-
W Street, over oius !' "- yii"
R. B. SNOWDEN or J. L. G0ODL0E,
38 Madison street
-v-.n.-m . T. u 17 . n niinnic 271 Front
X1 street; ootton-room and offioei terms
moderate. Appiy nAW 1W f,n
OlTSlNo.' lfi2Kobinion street, 6 roomi,
i j i A .i.l.sn w tAP
lU ooa rnpmrs fuou "rwM " r .
m i jc.in a, &li Ki-'a-'t m
jrriuivo xam uwiraui umw " rr
T aaiVin it H aa aI A'A 11 aillinn HI ntits UJUIU'
IToaOim V.ak.au MB r.! W 111 1 IB. YyJ
XpUUNioUED RoOM8-At 56 Monro at,,
a square rom Pecbcdy Hotel.
tills season's importa
In this market. The
designs, finest textures
application to those
HORSE From 126 Beale street, eu Satur
day Amuit i'6th, alight aorrel horse,
white in iaoa. A liberal reward for hia re
turn te MRS. I). HAACK, Beale.
FOR SALE. REST OR EXCHANGE.
A GRAND NEW STOREHOUSE At Sur-
region in that State, eighty-five miles from
Aieiniiuia ana mtv uu es irom jjhu.
on the M. and L. R. R. K. Apply to
0. 11 AUAMO 01., Menipni", lenn.
Alan MV.r.1 Rtnrk Uttnch,,. in Grand
ROOMS AND BOARD.
At 20 Mulberry s'reet.H
OOMS AND B0ARD-
At 4 MarKet Bireet.
T. JAMES UOU8K 58 Adams street.
Hoflrd and loamnK. y; qny ooaru. ei.
LIGIBLE ROOMS With superior board.
two blocks irom wayos1 Hotel. Moneioy
DESIRABLE Rooms, furnished or unfur
ni.liArt. .incln or in suiln. with hoard, at
iz maaisou street.
NICE ROOMS-With er witho-tt board.
1 AHA ul O O I.
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, single or en
suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
ithont boird: otaerrooms, 1U4-U) t-ourtat.
09Y18 With or without board: terms
reasonable. 140 MAUl&ua pi.
ROOMS One large front room with bal
eony and one large bick room with
larg dressing-rcoin, and ethers as good as
oan be lound in the city.
7ft uainr, pi.
OOM Fomifbod room, with or withoal
WAN I ED.
H 00D COOK AND NURSE
JT Apply atth's offlce.
EVERYBODY To call and see the cele
brated Qvobv Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
RESIDENCE A nice residence of i
roo m s. Address "Joseph," this olli
SCRAP IRON A quantity or stove plate,
innoMnArv. scran iron and old car wheela.
Bt. Louis Malleable Iron Co., St. Louia. Mo.
H0USE-A houso consisting of 6 or 7
rooms, within a few moments' walk
from Peabody Hotel. Good locality required.
Answer Mrs 1 .. Jo. 7n t nion street.
SALESMEN Can add A 1 1 ine ; small sam
ples: one agent earned (.MOO, several
over 2 00, in 1885. P. O, Box 1371. N. Y.
AY BOARD In exchange for music les
sons. Address MU31U, nis omoe
i r, NO. 1 COOPERS To make Iron bound
1U barrels; good wages ana steeay worx
for eight months. Apply at the Am; loan
Cooperage Works, corner Peters and Monte
gat tret?. New Orleans, La.
T".rl.tTTliW. A .nmn.lant nnii ATnerlannAd
JT person wants a position as manager or
aS818tanl On oulton pianuiiiun iir sioua mrui
Aaaress xn., oi iiiuuon sir....
AM AN Ts take an office and represent a
manufacturer; 160 per week; small
capital required. Addreaa, witn stamp,
Box 70, Went Acton, Mass
TMMETirATET.Y Purchaser lor atore fix
X turet, including shelves, counters, show
cases, etc.; can be seen at No 280 Second
street. Apply at no. ou p.aio ni.
,VRI1 VllnnV Tn call and see the cole-
Hi brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar,
1 AHLTAllia LUau.ll l-ili.i. ui.i-
' ployment the year round. Apply to
T. Murphy, Jackson, Tenn.
r ., I T I 1 1 fl I VT.) ,1 A I.- li" 11 !:... Am
"D0Y An Intelligent office boy, from 16 to
i j 17 years om, wno can come wen reoom
mended. Apply at IKi Adams street.
Nine hundred dollars, on good real es
tate. Address !. J., tnis oiuc,
SALESMEN In every State in the J' ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUH-
1 1.. v. nuinnujuiimii-' - - ,i
SraciALTiBB thatare popular and easy Bell
ing, uan De nanaiea aione or in oouiiyoviiiu
with other roods. Address TUB WM. B.
HP.Ifg MANUFQ. CO.. BALTIMORE. MP
1 nfin I-BS. FEATHERS Highest eash
pnee paid by gabak, mempnie
EVERVr-ODY TO KNOW-That 1 will
FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
next thirty ,., or ,iooa WESSON
243 Main sreet.
LD GOLD A SILVER For cash or ex
chance MULfORD, .lewe er. mam
B0MBASTES FURI0S0 CUFTINO
The Subject of aa Addreaa bj Preel.
City of Maxico, September 16. In
his annua1 meeeage to Cnngrefn, read
cn the reassembling of that body lo
dav. President Diaz said that Mexico's
relations with foreign governments
had continued gens rally on terms oi
friendship and good understanding.
There had, however, recently occurred
an incident which threatened to tle-
st ov tbe harmouv and cardialnv ex
isting between this Republic and its
nortbern neighbor. A caso of small
importance in itself, it ixcited in an
unexpected manner, and, owing to a
onjunct on cf circumstances, the pas
sions on either side of the Kio Grande.
"I reier," continues tbe messtigi",
"to the matter of the American lour
naliet. which has already come to your
knowledge by publications maae in
the itano Officio. We must congrat
ulate ourselves that in ench an emer
ge! cy the dignity tf the government
and the good name ol tne country
cwld be saved without s serious con
flict. Thanks to the l'rts dant and to
the strictly lc g il c induct of the courts
and auttioritifa of the ritate of
Chihuahua, as well as to tbe good sense
of our own people and tne govern
ment of tbe United Stales which, when
bet er inlormed, did not insist on its
demand, which save rie to this tran
sient ililliculty. Texas paps-re nave on
this account alluded to other causes of
elleged outrags on citizens ol that
country by ofliuials of our own. In
tbeir engermss to accumulate charges
asainst Mexico, they have rt forred mie
takenlvtotho ca?e of on individual
named Francisco Arraseures, the au
thor of various crimfs committed in
our territory. It will snflice to asseit
that be was of Mexican nationality,
ami w?H voluntarily delivered by the
Texas authorities to a force of tbe
Rlata of Coshila withnnt any previous
demand for his fxtrrdition, so that in
this ra-fl it will li nnf n that as re
tards this supposed citizen of the
United fclatps there is no otcaaion for
controveisy between tbe two govern
Amiieei Ilimaeir Wlih C rlbbage,
IIPa'SPEcr Ilousa, N. Y., September
lti.-One of the rainest days of the
summer linn lcnnt evervbodv within
doers all dav. Thn Pnaidi nt ammed
himeeli with cribbaae during the
morning, and in the afternoon looked
over some of hia correspondence.
About 5 o'clock Col. and Mrs. Lamont
arrived. Tomorrow, if the weather
permits, the President and bis private
secretary and Mrs. Cleveland, Mis.
Lamont and Mr?. Folsom will go to
the Tupper lake for a couple of days
tubing and banting.
THE BOY STANDS ON THE BURN
Whence All but Him Have Fled,
and Looks Around on Today's
The Democratic Congressional Con
vention meets st the Kxposition build
ins at noon today. Hardeman County
will have 18 delegates: Fayette. 2-':
Tipton, 19, and Shelby 77, making a
total ol iid votps. There teems to be
bat one opinion, and that is that Mr.
Phelan will be nominated by acclama
tion. A delegate from one of the ou'
ly leg countii s, who was in the city
yesterday, said he wa chosen by the
opposition, but he felt now that he
onght to insist on James l'helan a
unanimous nomination, and he in
tended to do it.
''He has made a splendid fight, the
gentleman lemarked, ''and it would
be a very ungracions thing for any
member ol the party to go into the
convention tomorraw end annoy him.
The world couldn't beat him now. lie
might be worried a little, but he
would ba nominated anyway. lie has
waked up the party, and I am satu lied
now that if he voluntarily retirsd
from any cause it would be hard to
find a man who could make as good a
tight as be will make. In my mind
theie is no more doubt about bis elec
tion tban tb re is about bis nomina
tion. Ilia ability for organisaiiun has
been ehown in the nio:t utimUtakeble
way, and the support he Iips is not
only firm a ail unbundiDg, but it isen
thuti'stic a qmliiy which will do
wonders in a close district such as the
Tenth, llurrah for Phelan!"
The Iiegialnllve t onventli at.
There seems to be some confusion
in the public mind in regard to the
two conventions. It has for y,rs
l8en the custom ol the Ptiuccratic
rarty in this county tD hold one con
vention to nominate a candidate for
Congtcs) and another to put forth a
Lf g'slative ticket. Sometimes a month
intervenes. Oa this occasion, how
ever, tne f.xecu lve ijommuue de
cided to elect delegates to both con
ventions on the same day, and they
were all chcaen last Tuesday. Uceeet
of delegates will attend today's con
vention, and another the convention
to be held next Thursday. The repre
sen'ation from f ach ward and district
will be nearly twico as treat next
Thursday as today.
To the Editors ol the Appeal :
la this mnmine's Avalanche I find a
letter signed "Memphian," containing
favors be comment upon YYm. a.
Raster's candidacy for the vacant
magistracy in tbe lifth Civil District,
which 1 hasten to indorse.
I think "Memphian" struck the
right chord when he alluded to his
(Koyster b) candidacy as "ireen evi
dence cf the vouos men's movement."
Tbe present time teems full of promise
for the Youth ol tbls section ; they are
Buccesef ully conteeting for cilices of all
grades, ana 1 trust tne young man in
the present contest, comparatively un
impoitant though tbe cilice be, will
come ont as victorious as tbe other
youthful contestants for higher and
mora important cllicee.
Wm. B. KovBteris woll ard favor
ably known here, and I believe hia
election wuld meet with general ap
proval. Knowing him myself, and
recognising his tin ess fcrthBpcsttioD,
I solicit lor him the vote ot ttie people.
Respectfully, savsn locks.
Candidate for the Stale Nenate.
At the reauest of those who think
as I do upon tbe following questions,
I am a candidate before the Demo
cratic Convention of the 23d Instant
for the State Senate: That the assess
ment and revenue laws of Tennessee
should be revised so that the burdens
of taxation may fall equally upon all
c htbco iu prupuruuu i,u men sc uii
that a mote emcient lien law couiu
and should be adopted, eo that labor
would have full guarantee for its
wages and material, men of undoubted
security: also, that the present privi
lege taxes on merchants and other
leitimate business pursuits is. wrong
in principle and ought to be abol
ished ; that our road laws should be
made tlticient with Ifss omciai con 10
the people; that penitentiary convicts
should no longer be taught tne me
chanio ar!s or bd employed as to com-
pe'e with nonest labor. I tnina tney
could be employed successfully in lm
nrovements on the public roads. 1
am opposed to clafs legislation, and
bolieva that tbe first duty of legisla
tion is to protect the many against un
warranted aggre&ciccs of organized
capital and monopolies.
JESSE F. BROWN,
Fourteenth Civil District, 6ept. 16, 1KBO
THE TURN TEKEIN.
full Beportof the Winnings olHem-
phis at Little Bock.
The L'ttle Rock Gazelle gives the fol
lowing full report of the exercises of
m ir '- - . i v. : .. U lf .
tne lorn vertiu iuere,iu wuioumom
nhis won ail the prizes:
Memphis bad six contestants in the
apparatus exercises lheo. Jung, A,
Serin. Ous Cassell. . Hoffman. Jos,
Int'le and H. Joseph. Little Rock had
T. J. Berirs. M. Seidmans. W. Stem
mich, F. Voegeler, t.liies, a. lager
end A. Foes. The judges were Messrs.
F. Sieberock. H. JSickall and b V.
Wehrfritz ol Little Rock, and Otto
Bruch and C. Anferoth of Memphis,
Tellers: T. Zimmerman, of Memphis,
and A. Karchner, ol Little liocn.
Mom uhis carried cfl all the prizen
leaving onlv one second pr'ze to Little
Rjck. Memphis also won diplomss
for clob swinging, fencing, pyramid
building, best boys' class and best
mioses c ass.
BCOItK OF COMPSTtNO CI.DnS.
Following is tbe score of tbe dubs'
exercUes on apparatus, horizontal
bars, parellel bars, long horse and tide
home. 120 coints rjostible:
First Prize ticrmsnia Club of
Memphis: average, 82-S points.
Second Prize Little Rock Club of
Little Rock; average, 66 points.
Apparatus. 120 points possible
First Theo. Jung of Memphis, 113
points: tecand E. Hoil'mao, of Mem
phis, OS points; third Jos-ph Isle, of
Mempbs, 88 points j fourth H. W.
Jojeph, of Memphis, 77 points; fifth
G. Catsal, of Memphis, 70 po'nts;
sixth J. Bergs, of Little Rock, 75
Throwing weights, 37J pounds, with
one hand Joe Uhiig. of Memphis,
17 feet 4 inchf s ; J. W. Zhorn, of Mem
phis, 15 feet 0 inches.
Lifting a weight of 112J pounds
from the ground to full arm's length
above tbe head Jcs. Uhrig, of Mom
phis, 20 times; Gua Keeset, of Mem
phis, 14 limes.
Jumping Theo. Jang, of Memphis,
4 feet 8 inches high: J. Bergs, of Little
Rock, 4 feet 6 inches high.
Boys' Class of Memphia F. Fran
atoll, 75 points; H. Fransioll, 75
points; Wm. Wendel, .1 points; Ar
thur Siotz, 70 points; Willie Sto'.s, 09
points. F. Nast (late ol Chicsga) made
78 points, but was not allowed to score
Gov. Hashes made his appearance.
and having been introduced to tbe as
semblage, delivered a veiy appropriate
address, in which he ptid high com
pliments to the oerman neti jnality.
lie tegretted that among nstive Amer
icans as a rale the development of the
body did not receive the attent on it
deserved, for without a sound and vig
orous body a sound and v:goious mi&d
THE SHORTEST AND I.ONtiEST
NAHSUW UArtJE L1XF.9.
HnaMasrtoa's eiaanil pitns I'a
folded Arkanaa Freight
General Rail Boles.
The longest narrow gauge road of
the South indeed the longest in tbe
United States, with tbe exception of
tbe Denver and Rio Gtande railway
is tha St JLion. Arianc-as and Texaa.
This road has 735 milts of Irack, but
the plans are already matured for
cbarjging its gauge to standard; and
thus tbe total narrow gangs mileage ol
the Southern Slates will stiller a di
minution of about 2.) rer cent. O'
the remaining roads but one exceeds
200 miles in leii(.ui, tins Doing tin
Florida Southern, live companies
have tracks 100 mi.es long or more,
aud tbe remaining thirty livs range
from eighty-nine miles downward.
The lints or patta of lines ate dis
tributed by Hiatjs as follows: Ala
bma has five lints, eggregating li)
miles in longth; Arkansas has 49U
miles, raprcsen'ed by four companies;
Florida s (even linos show a total cf
450 miles; Georgia has tbe laigt
number of roadt sight but the
footing of their milR8g- bIiows only
289; Kenlucky has two lues, together
43 miles long; Maryland's one line
has 45 milos of track; Misd Hipp! has
100 miles ot narrow gauge rrnii, owned
by three corporations; North Csro ina
has Ihreo lines end 93 miles; South
Carolina's two reads areOti miles in
length; Tennessee, with four lines,
has 55 miles ; Texas has tbe area'.ett
narrow gauge mileaga of any South
ern State, its total being 720; and six
companies are represented ; irginia's
nve companies operate i-'in nines oi
narrow gauge track, and West Vir
ginia closes tbe list with oue -o mile
The ioint Texas classification w ill
hereafter be substituted for the joint
Western claesillcation on all freight
destined to Arkansas.
A Troublesome Bute.
Imtructions have been received
here by the vat ions passenger agents
to tbe effect that Arbitrator Wilson, of
the Southern pool, had ruled that all
baggage should be checked to the
point designated on tickets sold, no
matter ot what class they may be.
This ruling is considered to be an im
position on pessengers who may de
sire to stop en route on unlimited
tickets. Thus a person may purchase
a ticket for Mew York, but may desire
to stop over for a, day or more at
some other city, and in such event bis
trunk would be sent on tnrougn to
New Yoik, and passenger agents
would not be allowed to check bag
gage to any point except to New York,
the point mentioned on the ticket
Paitits, therefore, would have no op
portunitv of changing clothes until
they reached thuir destination.
The Northern Pad Ho.
Naw York. September 18. Presi
dent Hams formally opened tbe stock-
holders annual meeting oi tne ixorin
ern Pacific iailrod in th's city at noon
today. The ticket for directors lor
1880 is: August Belmont, Frederick
Billings, John U. Brookman, John O.
Bul itt, Uer,iamin f. uneney, james
O. Fata, John H. Ha l, llobeit Harris,
Brayton Ives, Johnstm L.ivington,
Thomas F. Oakee, J. Lewis Stackpol
and Charles B. Wright. The new
names on the list are John U. Brook
man, Brayton Ives and James O. Fara,
who take the placesof Roswell G. Rol
stoa and N. P. Hollowell. Brayton
Ives voted on 25,000 shares and John
U. Brookman on over 20,000 shares.
The election resulted in a complete
vic'ory for the Harris ticket. The to
tal number of votes cast was 073 630,
oat of tbe capital s!ock of 870,583
Bbares. Elijah Smith, prcs'dent of the
Oregon and Ttauscontinental, voted
188,239 shares for the old ticket, with
the exception ol John C. Bullitt. Chas.
B. Wright, ot Philadelphia, voted on
over 160,000 thares.
St. Louis, Mo., Eeptembsr 10. A
gentleman who is closely indentified
with Mr. C. P. Huntington's railroad
project la reported to have said yes
terday there was some foundation for
tbe statement that negotiations were
pending for the purchase of tha In
dianapolis, Dicatur aud Springfield
road by the Huntington interest, and
that he believed the sale would be
effected. It is known that the holders
of Ihe slock and the seveial issues ol
bonds of the road appointed a com
mittee about a fortnight ago to call
upon Mr. Huntington and Mr. Iogalls
and make a formal oiler of the majority
of the voting power, which should in
clude the foaling of the interest
charges from 7 to 5 per cent, which, it
is claimed, tbe road can easily earn
under existing conditions and a good
deal more with proper relations with
A. 8. Do dub, general freight and
of tbe Sr. Louis, Ar
kansas and Texas railroad, is in the
J. J. Flbtciikb, general freight and
t of the Cairo, in-
csnms and Chicago railroad, is at the
J. R. Rooaits, general agent of the
St. Louis, Arkansas and Texas rail
road, witn headquarters in Memphis,
IB Stopping at, umusjmu,
Put a Lip on Him.
A Reading (l'a.) e'erk, annoyed
by some little boye, caught one of
them arwl nvillted hlB Up W i' h Oxide Of
silver. When the boy tried to wish it
niT it turned black, of course. His
mother nearly skinned the lip rubbing
it anri than took her eon to tbe clerk.
He put on carbonate of eoja, and that
rnstle the lip smart and the boy howl.
Then Bbe got a warrant charging the
clerk with assault ana uai.ery.
Roup To' Charleston.
The co'ored cook who is now en
gaged in making tbe soup for tbe
ii.rWnn snllaiers once belonged to
the Pickens family, and claims that
he has gotten up many a dish for the
great (Jalhoun. lie maaca guuu buujj.
Subscribe for. the Appeal,"
THE MISSION HONE
TO OrEN ITS DOORS
AS A SAFE
Shotguns Suggested as a Remedy
Some Strlc'ures About can
The ladies in charge of the Mission
Home bad tbeir attention called yes
terday to the case of degrading da
pravity reveaUd in theArriAi, yes
terday morning, and it ia reprrled
that tbey will at once take inec sures
to snatch the girl, if possible,
like a brand from the burning
fiom the pit into which nbe
has fal'en. M s. Seward, the
mother of the child, was at the Station
House yesterday and had aim con
versation with Hergt. Scott, to whom
the warrant had been given, but has
taken no further steps in the matter
and no arteots have been made.
A Court House otlicial, in discussing
the affair yesterday, said he had heard
of two similar cases within the post
month. In one icstance two half
grown, lazy brothers and a drunken
lather were supported on the price ot
tbeir sister's shame,
"There is entirely too much of that
vaiiety of tue spice of life aiouml here
for a city if the s z-s of Memphis,"
said a leading attorney, "something
should be doue t J check it. We have
a society or two here whose purposd it
is to look a'tsr such thing', but their
u;e.ins are limited and thev cannot do
tn much nn thy would if they wore
supported by the business community
the men who have wives ard daugh
ters as well as money. A reputation
for that sort of thing is not a savory
oue fur any city. It is to be expected
in great centers like New York and
Chicago, but Memphis is compara
tively a village yet, and about ono
case every ten years would be hsr full
pio rati. Tin re is trioiher clans of
scandals in which the shotgun might
be used wit'i good effect. A few well
directed leads of blue whistlers would
do an immense amount of giod.
Nothing checks Btich things like the
fear of cold lead. The danger cf mere
discovery may be iuu, but when it is
undersold that diecovery and dtath
are likely to come together, tbtrs
will be an improvement in
Ihe mo:als cf the commuoi y.
A young man who tecsntly came
here to accept a e'erkship ia one of
the railroad offices, said be was de
lighted with Memphis in every respect
but one there was too much goxsip.
'Why,' he said', 'I can't walk ball a
dczen blocks that somebody don't
meniion a scandal. It makes no dif
ference whether you want to hear
such things or not. There is a cor'ain
set which indsls upon repeating them,
and they are bold about it, too. Tbe
young men are not as bad aa the older
onos, and they do not hesitate to give
names, men, - women and all con
cerned. It is a wonder to me bow
tbey manage to keep from getting
killed. I would hesitate a long time
before I would repeat idle gossip, for
tbe simple reason that I do not ap
prove of that kind of conversation. I
might do an innocent person an irre
parable injury. But if common de
cency did not prevent me, a regard for
my acalp would do so.' "
Proceedings of the Dairy Assocla.
lion at Philadelphia.
Fhilaoklphia, Ph., Septembsr 16.
At the ee:sion of tbe Agricultural and
Dairy Association today, Uon. Beaver
and Lieutenant Governor Black, the
Re; ubhoan and Democratic candi
dates for Governor of Pennsylvania,
made brief addrttsBS. After adopting
a resolution calling upon the farmers
of the United States to join the agri
cultural and dairy societies, or it there
era nnna In their neighborhood to
organiza them, the convention took a
On motion of Mr. Seymour, the
Commissioner of Internal Revenue
wss requested to publish monthly the
names and addresses of licensed man
ufacturers and dealeis ia oleomar
garine. A mo ion to urge Congress
to adopt a uniform standard of weights
and measures was carried.
Resolutions were adopted, thanking
President Cleveland for the interest
he has alwavs taken in agriculture,
both as Governor and President, after
which the convention adjourned sine
ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE.
Meat Meetlnsj to Be Held
lint- Island. III.. September 10.
At the meeting ot the Army of the
Tennessee this morning the commit
tee reports were made and adopted.
The next meeting is to be held in De
troit on tha aneonil Wednesdav 01 bep-
tember, 1887. Officers were eleoted as
follows: President. Gen. W. T. Slier
man: vice presidents, Co'. J. t. nowe
nt Mr.. Tims. ("nnt. W. D. Leach ol
Cedar Rapids, Capt C. E. Lonstrutn of
Gulesburg, Mai. Charles II. Smith of
Oleveland, Maj. A. V. Bonn cf Lead-
ville, Col , Burgeon H. J. riumraer oi
R:ck Island, Capt. J. O. Degress cf
Austin, Tex., Capt. O. O. Cbadwick of
Dotroit, Lieut. J. W. Hill of Rosedale,
Kas . Col: Edward II. Wolff of Rash-
ville, Ind., Capt. Edward Spear of
Minneapolis, Ma), ueorgo u nogan ui
DesMoines; recording secre'ary, Col.
II. M. Dayton; corresponding secre
tary, Gen. A.Hickenlooperj treasurer,
Gen. M. V. Foice. 'Ihe matter ol
having a headquarters for the society
and permanent place for holding the
meetings was laken up, and afier a
aniriteii ilieniiFsion the president was
empowered to appoint a ccmmiuee oi
five to report on the matter next meol-
Iriir Thnthnnkanf tha SiciotV wer
extended to the people of Hock liland
for generous hospitalities!, to the com
mit na nn tha removal of the Rawlins
monument and to Gen. Cbetan for his
learned and philosophical addrees.
The society then formally adjourned,
Gen. Sherman closing tne proceeomgn
with a brief addrets, expressing his
hope that all would have a happy
year and come togotber again at the
next annual meeting. lotbeaner-
nnnn thn arrvnl V waa taken On a SI6
cial train to Rock Island Anenal,
where a salute of eeventeen guns was
flied in honor of Gov. Ogtesby, and
where the wrorkuhops weie gono
through. In th evening there was a
banquet at the Harper House.
Superintendent Baker Heard From
Kt. T.onia. Mn . Rentember 10. Bn-
T.o,inton,lur,t lultnr of the Western
Union Telegraph Company recoived a
letter today from K. H. Brown, de
faulting manager, dut9d Windsor,
Out. Brown acknowledges his abort
age, but does not explain how or why
he took the money, nor does be state
its amount. Mr. Bakr thinks tbe
manager's bond for 110,000 will cover
the amount misappropriated.
gabscrlbe for tUe "Appeal"
Tailor and Importer.
BIT FALL STOCK la now complete. The I.arareat, Choicest and
Moat Varied I have ever ottered In Memphia, conslatlna- of all the
MIVKL IiKH IS KN Y M I I ., IVOH I Kit I ALL
TIIK L.4TKST S I VLKS, 4 V IK O A Tl N4.4 AND FANCY
l'NTAL(MlS in great varletr, all of the L4TKNT DK"IUNJ,
lutrortuoil by the I.oaitlnir lmpnrtore of Knirland, r'ranoe and Ger
many. I Winn to make KPKI IAL HHiNTlox to my ruatnmere and
the puWIo to call and Inspect mr MAGNIFICENT HI Ota. at my
Cora Sicond and Jtffirson
DRUNK OX MOUFIIINE.
THE ARHKT OF A PROMINENT
HKMPHIAN N WIFE.
Her Name Hot Entered on the Police
Docket The Husband's
A sensation was created at the Po
lios Station about U o'clock yesterday
evening by the arrival of au officer
having in custody a richly dressed
lady apparently in an advanced state
of intoxication. The officer reported
that he had taken chaigs of her at the
reiiusst cf aatreet car driver, who had
bailed him f.r tho purpose. The lady
had hard'y arrived at the S'ation
House when a friend who had recog
nized her came iu a hark and re
quested permiHtion to t-ike her homo,
lie stated that she is the w fo of a well
known citizou, and was suffering from
overindulgcnco in morphine, llavirg
nitistl (I themselves that this was true,
tho lady was released and left for home
under the guardianship of the gentle
man who had interceded for her.
Washington. 1: New York, 1.
New Yokk, September 10. Rain
prevented more than 500 persona at
tending the Wasiliirtgton-New York
game today, and darkuess caused the
game to be called at tbe end of the
New York 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1
Chicago. 7 Kansas t'lly, 9.
Kansas City, Mo., September 10.
The postponed gime which was to
have been played this morning bo
tween Chicago and Kansas City was
prevented by rain. It wat aBlideand
a f ctamble this af ernoon, and at the
close of the game the players looked
ss though they had jast emerged from
the plastering stage of a mud bath.
There was a laige crowd present, it
being fair holiday in the city, and tbe
ludicrous floundering cf tbe players
evoked much mirth among the audi
ence. In the seventh inning the home
team concluded to give up their
chances of winning, as they were far
behind, and the game was called with
a score of 7 to 2 in favor of the visit
ors, who batted much harder than
their opponents. There was no bril
liant playing, Ularteou s work uuing
tbe most effective.
Kane as City 0 1 0 1 0 0 0-2
Chicago 1 0 0 2 4 0 -7
Detroit, Ol Maroons, O.
St. Louis. Seutember 10. Heavy
clonde gathered in tbe sky aa the Maroons-Detroit
game progressed today,
and at tbe end of tha fifth inning it
became very dark and shortly after
ward rainod very hard, and game was
called, neither s de having scorod.
Quest was particularly severe on
Kirbv.'and two men weie given bases
on balls who should have been out on
strikes. The fielding on both sides
was sharp and bnlllant. Kirby om
plotely bellied the heavy sluggers from
Detroit, while Baldwin was at his best.
The only Holding error of the game
was a fumble Dy wnite in tne mm
Inning. Attendance 3500. Score:
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 o-u
Dotroit - 0 0 O u u-u
Plttaburar, Ballimore, O.
Bai.timokk. Md. September It).
Morris had the Baltimore men entire
ly at his mercy today and allowed
them to make but two single hits,
while KUroy was batted with ease snd
Pittsburg took tbe game without much
trouble. The visitors fielded beau i-
fully and ran the bases woll. bhom
berg broke a finger in Ihe sixth inning
and Kuehne took his place, Brown
going to right field.
Baltimore ...0 0000000 0-0
Pittsburg 0 0203000 16
Brooklyn, I'ii Cincinnati, 10.
Nkw York, September 10. Tbe
game at Washington Park. Brooklyn,
between the Brooklyn and Cincinnati
nines, was a heavy batting affair. The
ground and baies were slippery owing
to the rain. The players slid around
as il on skates. Attendance 800.
Wrnoklvns 4 2 1 0 2 0 2 112
nineinnatl 4 3 10 10 1 0-10
Metropolitan, S HI. Louis, 1.
New Youk. September 10. The
Metropolitan team again defeated the
St. Louis nine at Staten Island today
altnr a brill antlv nlaved game. Hciiai
for again pitched in fine form, holding
down the cnampions to tnree una.
Metropolitan 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1-2
Ht. Louis o u u v o w u i u
Alblrllc, St Louie Hie, .
Puiladrlphia, Pa September 1(1.
. , ; 1 1 1 1 , -. I . . i, i (i 11' 1 1 ll
ihe L.OU1BV111BH llttu liusi Bum""
the Athletics well in band up to theend
( tho Biulith innintr. 1(1 the ninth
Kennedy, who occupied the points for
the visit irs, weakened and the iome
team scoted Bix runs, only one of
which wss earned, however, as me
Kentuckians p led up f nr of their
errors in one inning. Mack played a
brilliant gime on second, while
White's exhibition at short was slov
enly in tbe extreme
Athletic 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0-8
Louisville 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 1-0
Boston, Mass., September 16.-
BoB'on-I'hiladvlphia ball game and the
Mvstlo Pan trotting races were post
poned on account of rain.
niKht Make It F.lhly.
In A'ameda county, California,
Hiram Vickery ha been sentenced to
forty years in prison for burglaiy. In
ii, o pnmmisiion of tha crime for which
r. la ViRins titinl-hed he chloroformed
a young lady and outraged her. When
sentenco was paFsed Vickery flippant
ly romaiked to the judge: "xoumigui
as woll mane u eigiuy.
Chestnut Bell Bonansa.
Mnrrv Wrioht. the veteran baseball
player, "is said to have invented the
chestnut gong, and his firm in Phila
delphia to have made $25,000 out of
the little nuisance in less than two
WINNING NO FAVOR.
Blller Opposition or Laboring Htnt
Mr. Blaine's performances in Mains
do not appear to bs winning fcr him
any favor in the ranks of organized la
bor. The Cleveland Lafior Chronicle
crnolly asks him to give the present
price of Little Rock bonds, suggesting
that he is probably "better posted on
railroad eectiritit-s than on the labor
Tbe same p'prr prints conspicuous
ly on its edit '-rial page a letter signed
"A Mechanic" snd a Kl reused to Mr.
Blaine, which is a sharp criticism of
tho Sebago Lake anteob. ' A Mechan
ic" reminds M r. B aine of tie frequen
cy with wh'ch lie has sought a nomi
ration for the I'r'sidoocy, and admits
that he basa ulit to keep on seekii g,
but ho to U him bluntly that "ihe ne
gro issue, 'the bloody shirt,' the tariff
and the 'laBy' thrown outto the Irish"
w ill have no weight in tbe next Pieti
Replying t Mr. Blaine's remark
that there was no allusion to a pro
tective tar ill' in the plattorm of the
Knights of Lahor, "A Mecbauio" tolls
the Maine politician that, a voty large
percentage of the workingmen "aie
really indifferent to the sort of pro
tection you fcave ben advocating.
Thny begin to think that protection
does not protect in lh?e degree you
have so frequently ar.d valiantly
mulntaincd." This is to manifest, the
writer thinks, that he wonder that
Mr.Blainn has not seen it.
In reuly to Mr. Blaine's query as to
the ability of tin Northern workman
toenmpeto w th ba f ptid labor in the
South, "A Mechanic" askr, Yankee
fashion, another question, and that is
how the Northern mechanic and
Southern negro together are to c m
pete with the horde cf foreigners de
ceived into coming to tbls country by
the protected manufacturers. The
writer says tint', if Mr. Blaine will
answer the latter question, be will en
deavor to answer the other. "A
Mechanic" winds up by bluntly In
forming Mr. Blaine that he is behind
the times, and by adviulng him to
come out of tbe Maine woods and
find out what are the living lesttos
that now interest men.
It must be borne in mind tha: thla
appears in an Ohio psper that advo
cates the formation of a labor party.
It is not a Democratic attack on the
Plumed Knight, but organized labor's
response to his latest, appeal. It is not
encouraging to Mr. Blaine, and is of s
nature to make protectionists very un
happy. It demonstrates, also, the ut
ter folly of the sacrifice of Democratic
pi indoles to the notion that reduction
of the tariff would be resented by the
workingmen. A'ie l'or Star.
Vicksbobo, September 16. Night
Passed up : City of New Orleans, St,
Louis, 7 a.m.
Naw Oblcans, September 10. Night
Arrived: City of Natchez, Henry
Lourey and barges, St. Louis.
Cincinnati. September 10. Night-
River 4 foot 6 Inches on the gauge and
stationary. Weather dear, warm and
Caibo, September 1 0. Night River
5 feet 5 inches on the gauge and fall
ing. Weather cloudy and warm. No
arrivals. Departed: City of Cairo, 3
Louisvills, September 16. Night
River falling, with 3 feet 2 inches in
the canal and 1 foot on the falls. Busi
nesa dull. Weather clear and pleas
ant. Bt. Louis, Soptember 16. Night
River fallen 3 inches, and stands 5 feet
7 inches on the gauge. Weather clear
and quite warm till about 6 p.m.,
whon a violent rain s'orm pisted over
the city. Arrived: D O. Fogel and
barges, New Orleans. Departed: City
of Vicksburg.Vicksburg; D. 0. Fogel
and bartea lltnrUngton.
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