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TIIE MEMPHIS APPEAlt ' SUNDAY APRIL 14. 1880.
Fair Sport" at Montgomery Park.
MoOulnan's Lucky Capture in the
Two Year Old Race.
Btove Jeromo, tho Favorite In the
Second Race, Finishes Last.
Albert Stall Baokod to a Stand Still
and Wins Easily.
Eaoby Disappoint Her Backers for
Place Money Tho Club Home
Crowded With Boclatjr Bollee
and Beaux The Details.
Tho threatening wontlicr yesterday
caused a diuiinntion in tho attcndiinco nt
tlio racing matineo, ImUliuro was a fairly
gtwJ crowd, aud tlio bolting was brisk
enough to keep tho four bookie on tho
ground m busy m ihey eared to bo. Tho
ladies' Bland was comjiuratively doserlcd,
but a very brilliant gathering of society
belles on the JocUey Clubhouse veranda
ina. la ample amends for tho slim array of
l.ilies ou tlio grand stand. "
The track was slow and n triflo heavy,
but not muddy at any point in tlio course.
In tho first raeo seven well brod two year
old were on tho card, but as noilhcr of
them hnd ever shown. In public there was
soino hesitation in establishing a fiivorito.
Tho bookies were somewhat dillldent
about tlxing their odds, but after
so mo delay they run up Indian I'rincoss at
tlirtsi to two as the choice of the takers,
the others as iter summary. The 1'rluccM
was well harked, but a numerous local
rontingeiit pinned their faith to Venango,
whilo others chanced a few bets on tho
Newsmn entry, Willie M and fpring
Starter Gibson got thcin off clovcPly at
the first break, Lula U a length in tlio
lead, Willie M second, tho others bunched
close liehlnd. In this order thoy ran up
to the three-quarter polo, whon tho entire
lot might have been covered with a blan
ket, l.ula I! a half length tho best of
Indian 1'rinrcas and Willio M running
i'Iimo togi-ther. I'assiiig tho clubhouse,
Indian TrinccM collared tho leader and
passed her under tho wire, half length
to the gtskl, I. iila II second aud Willio M
third, a length behind.
In tho second race thero "wore, seven
starters, and I'lkioaud Yolci got a length
nt least tho tast of tho sen 1-ofT, Tartar
second, llcliolrnpo third. Klkio took a
pull on Void before hslf tlie distaneo was
covered, and ran into the stretch easily a
length in advance of bis Held. Kntering
tlio struW'tt 1UI Lt-al boiinn to mako bis
run, but could never reach Void, who
looked hack at his pursuers and gallons!
In an easy manner a half lonirth in Iroiit
of lii'd Uaf, at-cuml, who led llvlnitrojie
ubiiiit three h-nglhs.
Tim third race was run In tho rain. Al
licrt Mull started an even itinm-y favorite
but was son cut down l 3 to ft on and
then was made the favorite against the
field at even money. Ilutry whs heavily
backed for a place. Thu others wero cou
riered out oi the raco.
Tho start was delayed fur a while by Ie
1nitl's aiuifty to g'l the boat ol it, which
he filially did when tho drum tnpcd by a
CI h-ngth aud a half, (ioiug round the
mile turn I'aitry gnined on him, but
" tho taeo was too nt for her and tho .inii
loo heavy, for ahn as fanly out ol Ihe
hunt U'foru fiiterini; tho slrul. Ii and (in-
lln"l last. Taking the IIiivh-iiii irtrr JmiIo
J'.ri.l'i'liclit challi'iigi-d tho leader, but
never got near enough to him to put Ihe
race in doubt. Mull winning easily a length
in front of l'ridgrlighl seioud. the hitler a
half leniith ill advance of Tom Nichols
third, laitry Im-sIcd oir.
Nrw Mi'mptiU J ki t I lull, Miinlnmirnr Turk,
litlllii- liajr. Mi'in.lil Trim.. haltir.lav. Spill II.
I v I. - Wfaltn-f itoii.ly; Ittw a alnw. alli'll'lalltst llr.
t'tt-stili'tll. Iii-i.iki' Artl.'l.l. atifvlHf). Janus II.
It,-,- ).i.lifa Julitt lltrrl'.n, Jr . Ini.fv Arlinl'l,
Kt'HM-r Miiilifiiu-ri; Mutter Artliur liiliam; tine
era A. I . ln-.rll, lum kllt-v, ili ik tl svalcs,
w U .Niir..
I'ltM Kats.-Jatmsi lalmrr tiur, II A ol whlih
Shm in iiii and .'-i in ninil. i.ir ln )fr ftl'l
i. ihi in i-any 11" ititil; IiIIIi-vkiiJ gcldlnga Ul
larrtr lu. imiiiiiiU. Hall a aulr.
V llliam MnniUan. Jt i. b I In. Halt I'rltin,
lt ruatiaitstt pllf llusarit. ii iniiti.ti.i ,iio-
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Wlmam M.iin-an.J r . rlt I I ul H. In Ira
flni lhal' Mnrilkiti, In; iiiti'U, llkl.' .... t
A Ni'nni Ar ' iif. I. Wi ll M, liy IIiIiiih
Thalm. I"i fonti'ls. IvUm M
uii4-n, Lwiraiii, Suring Italic suit L. It. alto
Tvtl in- 5, liiitinn I'ltn.. aa; I In I, Vrnsiit,-.i
( In I. I i.lntltt 4 In I.W llHf M. tu 1, l-r I li I Sims'
lo I. I n II. S In I, I. II.
fia.T IM.W-4 In. en ITulUn rrln'e4. frrn
BtulM-v PU vtialitfii. rit-lM iiltMlii. I In iMilllrM,
to I 1 lila H, 2 In 1 r-.rli.ic Ifuii; i In I U II.
Ni-n.l Khtt -1 M". W. II. Iiii iiian; iiurw
f. i 1. 14 Willi li f .i If ooiimI aii.l l.'i In llut.l.
all hn, llir m Inner In l.r i. at aiietl'Hi l( ril-
l nl In In ai'l'l l.il I '.'. Inenrry i It' til Inf aa;
oim iniiiIhI arnMiil l.iri . h SUM ilinlu In SI .'.
Imci miiiiiu doiin tn li.iao, an1 llirf hiuu1
iiuMuuiitfi. i iin-e 'jiwiur ui s unie.
llrll A Tl.nl-f I til. . Vi.l t I. .r Vol
Inrno huaaiia. .it. miii U. f.iki I
F- V. Iiamwi "a l a ""I Uvl. S, llnji He)
tktf ltiMlllff. Wl Imtlllilt. Ata
A. O Nvwiiiiu 4 'w Ik. I Hi'ilulmM, S, lf
llmauu M LlaUin IbnkU, M mmhi1. W
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S'luitiwrr, Sierr Jimnni, lanar ami Vltlsa kl
IVItlin -Hw J. r .i.. tn i. V"lrl i In t, r.,-1
lyIJI.. II. 1 - I. In , Vltlall In I. Mill
II . In I. TarlAl I . In I I'll.-,. (III. -Vclel 4 In
n im. H.'liiilrni l In I, Nrif Jt rieiitf .1 In nil. Mnt
II.. . liiui, lu-1 1 eal ,-Tvii, latui 4 lu 1, l iu
1 In I
'Hur l ia,-w r. Ani l.valr p.iwl'n, nl bla h
mi k. hr-t Ihi In i.ii.I an I .. I.. Hi. 1. 1 I.. i all
lul. a. Hi l.;l U In la rllil linuiiit, U lli- M-al.
W ire. Ij.it- Yivra ,i. an I iienai'l all.iMrl lltr
iiii I. g. l lli.c lliriv Miilj.l. On,, mile,
! 1 1 I iinlM'i iabr a t r.A.AIirl Mull, l.r
ll.llaalk At'lld. Sa a.'ina. IN'UhiS I
I" I ll.t.'.nap ll , 4 IiihU. IlilM. Uf Hl.i'a.ll. f-
lll.l... lll. U.I M lll.-. ..f
I'al l .rr. ii a ir. )i . a, I..111 .Nlin.i.a, .)r leu
ina k .Iriln a. It; animla, l.iklo ..... ..
li.II) alau lau.
IV itun- m.Voii Aiieit m..:I, 4 in I rmrr.ttn
I Hll.li i li; lit. In I l.nn Nli IniK I'laiv I ' I.I. - r. In
n tin I iinjr, until, ti taaltni Mull, vli-tl aifalli I
ilrlil," '.kill suit lum N. le.la.
Al Ike ( Ink llonar.
Tlio altcndanco at thu Club II mie, in
fsMuse to the inviutloiisol lint inning ts
of llm club, wnamado tip of reprowntalives
of the crusmof Memphis ros-lety ol both
ell's. Arnold's bsn l was conil irlnlilr
atablishod In one of tho neatly furulalie.l
imrlors of the club end tho Intervals be.
twecn races wuro delightfully spent by all
who attended. After the lace a loval
Spresd HID placed before the guests, and
Homo (easted whilo others danced, and all
wore enthiishistlc In praise ol the club'
Among me lame iiresoni were: Mi
dimes J. Jl. Iteea, V. ), Clapp, J. M.
Kowlkes, T. II. Trcsevsnt, A. tlordon
Jones, Alvi Mieed, W. IL Miwire, K It.
Mosely, K. W. Overton, C. C. Cowan, J.
H. Hunscomb, K. K. Willett, Koliert Tate,
J. Ovprton, Jr., James I'helan, K. H.
Thomss, E. J. Carrington, tieorgv Millen
Imrger, Joe Mlioon, J. J. Harry, N. M.
faii-soa, sod Misnes Mary Muliory. Mag-
Fe Kogers. Katie Cnrnra, Mette ilumes,
suliue Fntyscr, Jennie Overton, the
Missrs Morrow, of Nashville, Ksllle Osl
lower. Percy Cofl, Jessie McClintot k.
Uary Alhoon, rarl Ucsd, Miss tuecr,
of Philadulphlo, and Miss Ilanly.of Brook
Btaa at Krw Orlestts.
Kkw Orleans, April IX First Race
Throo-fourths milo. Synlas 1, Casundra
2, Wild Boy 3.
Second Itace Fivo-eighths mile. Cath
arine 1, Maid of Orleans 2, Sympathetic'
Third Race Threo-fonrths milo. f-luart
1, Mute 2, ArgonU X
Fourth ltaco Dno and ono-sixtocnth
miles. Cams 1-, Kllio II, 2, l'ntchett 3.
Fifth Itace Ono and one-sixteenth
miles. Hornpipe 1, Tell Moll 2, rrobusX
Turf I llis.
Btbvb Jeroms was nolnn tonr.tce, or hn
would bavo dono much better. Ho will
not do to dospise,
HVoi.n won so caily yesU'rdiv that tho
wonder wna what tho book-miikcrs wuro
doing betting 3 to 1 against him.
Vkanio, tho Memphis tip for tho two
year old r.ice, cut a very poor figure In tho
race. Tho track was probably too heavy
F.ntuy's poor form yesterday was a great
surprise to horsemen. Tliey were nil
Utiuuimous in tho opinion that there was
no one in the last nice butSliill uud Kutry,
but lirldgulight fooled 'em.
Tom Kii.iy, who olliciat 'd as ono of tho
timers, mid who owns a stiihlo of horses at
Montgomery l'ark and ro J Terra C'ottu
in thu biihurban hist year, is ono of tho
cleverest men that over sat in a saddle
A i iikiit Kri'l.l,, In tho hmt race, was an
air-tight cinch, but the book-maker
wouldnt bet uguiilnt him. They started
him nt even money, and when somebody
oll'ered them a tIO bet Uiey riihlMid out
the odds. After that it was $ to ft ou Ktull
and oven on Mull aguiiist tho Hold.
Tiiir Iliat, won two races yesterday,
with Volci and Albert Stnll renpectively,
but no ono begrudges him his good for
tuno. Ho Is another trainer who ulwavs
stands tin for Memphis, and is so genial
and wcii-tcmpcrcd a gnntlemun that all
who moot him aro bound to lika him.
Akthi'r tiiliHOX covered himself with
glory in starting tho first nice. Ho
got tho ynungxtcr oil at the llrst break in
good shape, with I.tiln It slightly In thu
lead, the others bunched. Tin) Muiiiplii
public aro so scciihtoiiied to wailing furty
llve or sixty iniiuites for a start in a two
year old raco that Mr. tiibion's quick
work yesterday was a ducidod relief.
H as Wni. Mcliulgan got a morlgage on
first money in two year old matiuue races
in Memphis? I ant year ho scooHd in tho
Ihi i.lle willi F.nlry, this year with Indian
lYinei'-n. Well, no matter whother ho
has or no. ho deserves all hi luck. He is
now and has always been a consinteiit
friend of tho Memphis track, and is fairly
entitled to his clever victory of yesterday.
The Merchants Zouaves Will Also Itally
to tho Assistance of the Orphans.
('apt. iVflry, of tho Merchants Zou
aves, voicing the sentiments of his com
pany, has placed the Zouaves in tho lino
of attractions (or tho benefit of tho
orphans, Monday, May 8. Correson
deuce wits hud between CupU Hellry and
Mr. K. C lillache, u-mislaut secretary of
the (Villon Kxchungo aud mssler of core
mollies at the orphans' beliclil, yiwlenlsy,
In which the Zouaves' ronimeiulablo len
der was duly accepted. Thu company
ill give a full dn-ss drill, which with tlio
varied program already arranged by tho
Cotton and Merchants F.xcliango Ath
letes, will insku the day an exciting mid
intensely interesting; ono "to plcasuru
lovcia. dbkd or A DjMON.
A Neitro Brutally Aaaaults an InofTunslve
. . CJluivftn y . .
I'ang I.ln Sing, proprietor of a laundry
at No, 7 Jeirerson struct, was brulully as
saulted caily yesterday morning by an tin
known negro. Tho negro entered the
place bclacuu 12 uud 1 o'clock and asked
for a shirt ho claimed to have loft there.
Tho Chinaman asked for his ticket. Tho
negro said he had lost It, but Insisted on
getting the shirt. Sing held a short con-
Vernal ion with one ol In workmen, Slid
told tho negro to return In half an hour.
1 be negro liecauin very abusive, and step
ping out on die si. lew uls pit kctl nn a liru k
and slun k 1'iiiig in thu lorvhcuil, laying It
open. I'r. ilhauis sewed up the wouud
and pronounce. I it tiangerous lliougn not
neei'Miaiily seriou. I Hero Is no clew lo
tho cowardly s'retrntor.
Tut late Dr. J. ). JbdlsiiJ, Ilia rnilnenl
nter and phvaii inn. ml and pulilialn .1
In l filmrr'$ . i(' . . "1 ImU I llml in my
uf the Ih 1 piiiptii liiiy Iui .Ik Ile a i.( llieMoy
nrs iiion sinteKliil llinii inuny .Ii vlelntia.
ami in.it ol litem am liral ilix nfre.l and
iiM'd In a tiiid nie.lit ul pnu lice. Ulu'ti,
liosovi r, stir ahn-H'l x roii kiiowiux tin ir
V in lie, f.irehii( lln ir iiniiiiliirily, ai'i ur.'
ami aitvi'rtia lie in, I lieu, IB the niiliiinii ol
llis lilguletl, ll Virltir Went vlll of llielil."
1 he lale lr. I 'In U la. In mx-uUiiii of V ur-
lier's life t'urr, says. "If I Iniilid nivat'lf lltr
vn 1 1 III of a serious ki.llny (Mill. le, 1 would
liae your erriHtrrtliiitt." Pr. II A. liiliin.
M. IV. autUnr of 'Uiniti'a New I immived
lliillillHHik til llt(iene ntltl lMlllesliil.Me.il
clue," si a; "I siu Willing to ai kutm Itilgs
sml ciitiiuii'n.l llius Iniiiklr the vnlui' ol
Wsrner's Kife t'ure " x '1 Up celehralt d Ir.
1 hoininoii, nl Hi I iilvcnlly ol Ihe t Itv u(
New lork, sava: "M'.re tulnllanrc i ttrrir.l ell
liy i hrnitit xhIiii y ilia. n' than l v any ulln r
one iiialieiy i ii .'H ionaniiiiiioii.
The Lawn Tennis Match for the Bennt
of Ihe Orphans,
The Memphis l'eiini Club has Issued
Ihe follow mg friendly rhalleugo lu the
Chickasaw Tennis Club to cngago In a
game fur thu orphans' bcucnl, to como oil
ou May 4.
It units, Tenn., in.l II, l,
Tn i'lileksw It-ntiih i lull, I itjn
iH-ar Sirs-We rtvs tlully chnllcngo
you to play a match g.uno (doulile) ol leu
his on Naturd.iv, May 4, lxvl, at tho fill
sens' llaaelnll I'nik, in connection with
tlio enli rliiinnietil tiv lite I'olton aud Mer-
chsnts' l.xehnnges for the Is'iiclll of Iho
ori'hans. Very rcsiHVlliil'v,
' I' Haiis,
Secretary Memphis Tenuis Club.
RUMBLIN03 OF 11IB 11A1U
l'rori a In the vicinity of Frcnchnisn's
Bayou, O.-ceoU, ami Ihrvughotit tlnit (er
tilu terriUiiy uro much exercised over the
.mMM-tive railroad through lsvols on to
a cntnts tion wnn ine ivansaa i ny ivaii
tin al a convenient polnL
Thk luUir late will lie taken off by the
railroad tomorrow. ihe numlicr of
laliorers going North this year lis been
c.iuilisruUvely low, onlv l.(i4 all lolil,
These were equally divided between tho
l.otiisvillc'AlNib'hvitle, aud Chesiipeake A
Ohio and Iron Mounts u, about Iwo-tli.riU
going in tu Iuls and one-lhlid going to
I Incsgii. A grenl many men are remain'
ing over and will secure woik this sum
uici iu thu South.
Urla IManlvr Mel AtralaV.
rmtn tit Ausuti larnulrl.
Augusta cotton men do not believe
there will bo a Jute combino this (all.
Thry point to the fact that Jute Lagging is
now rtaaonahhi, and that merchants will
probsbly control enough at present prices
to uiiikti secure iwaiuat covjr. The ar
gumont that tho trust cannot afford to
light the farmors is a plausible ouo. At
all events the planters havo shown their
strength, and liavo probably provontod by
powerful preliminaries a repetition of lust
season's combino. From prosent outlook
it is probable tho fanners will be ablo to
buy jnto bagging at low prices next full.
PROF. F. D. SEW AUD,
OF NEW VOHK,
TheOulrrrofrHtlounl Optician ISetween
saw Orleans anil Nt. I.ohIs.
Ofllrs il Main Nlreel, Ov-r 1 Ioyd's Ite.
Frof. Seward Is Indorsed by the lending
oculists of tho United Stab's and nil the
leading physicians of Memphis, including
lr. Mitchell, Mutirv, Iluudekc, Liptiiu
cott, Kuox, Lipscomb, Jones and llen
Mi.si'llia, I't'iiU., Murch 1, WO.
Trot. F. I. Seward has practiced in this
city very HiiecosBlullyforthe past two yenrs
and hns established a reputation ns a thor
oughly competeut and strictly scientific op
tician, unit ns sncli we noartiiy uniw in
recommending him to tlio people of this
city, and in doing so we enn say from per
IhtsouuI experience that thosowho uiav
need his sen vices in the all-important mut
ter of adiiriting g'.i'sies for impaired vision
can depeiirl upon himasnsafo and reliablo
optician, thoroughly understanding his
lieu. II. I'. Ilmlilcu,
W. A. lniKi'.
N. I oil U, I in1.
A. II '1 nuihv.'ll,
K Jl. 1'IIIIM'Ullltl.
lev. IT (.u.i, I'nlti'nmn,
J. N. Knlla.
J. W. Iinlley.
HhiiiuuI I allcTKOIl.
Jmlirs J. L. T. Hnecd,
Julius A. Tn lor,
W. M. Ilrouka,
J. H. I'nv.
H, II. Vni,
II. H. llnMrlfa, '
lien. HI. T. Wllllnmson,
A. J. Mellt'lntl,
y. . Ili.Kii r,
J. N. Uuimr.l,
many others ciiimlly well known.
Ollice over Flnvd's resUiuraut, 281 Main
btrcot. Olllco hours 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
1'rof. Seward will leavo on uu extended
trip to tho West very soon. Call nt "onco
and have your oyes correctly fitted with
proper glasses. .
KAHN & FRKIBEItO,
I tirsrr Mala anil Fitplsr Nlr4t.
Thu only Hoitso that wore buyers from
this city at Ilia great Silk sale of the
rinenix Mills, and only one other House
was buying at the great salo at New York
of (tingliams at auction, notwithstanding
their continuous blustering. Nolo our
ro for best Lonsdalo Domestic, S aud Co.
74c for llnest white ('umbric, ftc
4c for best linen Crash toweling, Tic.
oc foreleganl laico check nndslrlpes.oc
4e for best red nil Calico, 4 and be.
fiiic, 7.', 1 and $1 .00 for children's and
Mis.W finest white Kmbroldercd Presses,
OUe, 7.'caiid fl..r0.
Come and see the goods, also Uia 7Jo
Swiaa snd Zephyr tiingluttus, 7jc
Wo cAiinot uiiuuiuruifl our Silk, Corsets,
Silk Underwear, $1. l'ure Silk Vests, $1.
Como aud exwiuino snd see the pricee; a
song for tioius iu Millinery aud Dry
KAHN & FREIBERG,
I. R. pun't miss our 12c Sheeting ond
IV Hun Twilled Sheeting, and 11' Jo all
Wtsil Nuns Veilings, nur Skirting and
Irish Miint flouncing, $1.75 per yard coal
l elsewhere; our linen N-Torchon laico,
fie and inc. miist bo seen to bo appreciated,
lite finest -III inch white Vlo lawn Hie. lUc
double fold all Wool finest plaid 10c.
J I, f.'i, anil 7.50 our bea.hsl Black ('apes,
ImiMirtuil aaiuph each ilillorent, l,
J7.!k). cost triplo elsewhere. Uelilleuien
are cordially invited to examine our cloth
ing from the great sale. Best 4 ply linen
collars. $1 e,- donn.
10,000 pair U st sock and hoso, Co
pair, have Iteeu slightly wut
KAHN V FREIUEItO,
fofsar SIm tplrJJ.
Tux nsmaof V. B. Thayer as a reliablo,
practical nod cxH-rieurcd jeweler uud oi
tician. has Ih-coiiis fuiiiiliar to the (leoplo
ol Alatiuiiia, Arkansas, JWiwnsxIpiil and
cnuesM'o, who show their uppreeialion of
him by a most hU nd tialronagu. The
stock of V. 11. Thayer is one of the largest
and best selected ever brought lo thia city,
and lua show windows are constantly at-
Iraellug great attention and adunrnllon.
Ill store, located at the comer ol .Main
aud Court street, Is considered ono of tho
let stands in tho city, and the great
amount of light furnished by the largo
window on Court render It ono of the
licsl place In Mouuihis to examine Jew
have been tho earliest sud liest home pro
llllelioliS ibis Seliaon tluil wo hsve seen in
twenty years, Judging from a sample box
hlclilniind its way into ins Ai-ixal
Tux ladies of the Pn-lors" Aid rWloty
of the First MetluhliNl Church, of Mem-
his, wUh to return their most cordial and
leartfclt thanks lo the ladles snd gentle
men whos i lively snd clns rlillly nssisted
In tho musical ciitertaiiunont on Thunilay
night lust with lltelr voices and iustru
iiirntK, sweetly attuned lo the praises of
Him whognvo ilium lliuiriiowur ol pleas
Ihcw tho Gold Watch in the weekly
tribulioii at the Jet I'alace.
J. VI. Ilillat 4av,
Corner Main and Union street', w ill si ll
you Iho bust aud ihtupwl bhoes iu the
i UsMlsia I hNM-fclll',
311 Main street, for fiiucy grtKeiios of all
kin. Is. Aew gis.ls, lowest price.
Oar rm, lrl M ll a4 llatae
Are conceded by everybody to bo Iho
oesu 1 rices lower limn ever.
J. A. Baiikv A Co.,
X'.O Second striMi, corner Union.
A Mariiimik Bkihw sho." by Lale:
"Thou Miall Not:" "The Slaves of Folly.''
by Brown; "ilio lirest War Hvnilieiite,"
liy M.s klon; "Klsse nl rate, by Allen.
and "What Ireaius May Come,' by au
thor of "llermia lvlall; hII in thcji)
c.f.lit'iis nt aiansiora s.
Tux Faster novclttctat Williams's book
store aro varied and chrniuw. Some
thing new in Memphis, Visit ihi pop
ular liou-c, -.".is rceon.l street.
All. repairing mil tmiiiulacturiug at
I. aster n price, el Madison.
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Aag your grisrer dir Allen B, Wrialev's
pure aud unadulterated Happy 1 snulv
T. M. tisllircBih, No, M Ma.!aon
rent vur houc sml collet i your
l.AMca' rapo collar spxcialty al Mem
I his hteaiil laiiindrv, 11.' 4 r-etnud St ret L
Branch utile 1 .Mud. son street.
Isscks your gin-house In the Citiiens'
Insurance company, No. 4.1 Madison struut
M km cm Siein Crpet Cleaning ami
Itenuvalltig Woiks, 'iiO lU-alo street. Telo
AtTai A llrst-claa iliea.tl,Vcr. For
particulars addn-sa, gtin n City Store, Hot
lUrAisisn of Ptiras..!, and I'inbrclliw lu
all Us brautiitts al Jl aladiaou.
Astonishing- Developments in a Cbloago
Cnic.too, IU., April 13. Two sensations
cropped onftaday In the trial of Harvey
Gurley and Wttg the alleged kidnappcH of
littlo Annio Uadjuond. Tlio- first surpriso
camo when- Harvey Gurley was ordered
acquitted oiWuo ground that nothing had
been shifni oiint him but cruelty, und
ho could noljlijiunislicd for that offenso,
having beeui .ljjied for it in a Justice's
court, though at'tho tiinotho fine was paid
no ono knowjthat tho persecuted child was
the lost Annlp Udmond. A more aston
ishing development followed when Mrs.
Gurlev was p Incut I ou tho stand. She tes
tified that 1)10 littlo ono had net been kid
napped, but had been given her by no less
a portion than Annie's father, John Ued
uiond. The theory of tho defenso is thut Red
mond's insanity wus not brought by tho
loss of tho child but that lie was insane
firoviously ond forme! a dishko to Annio
rom a delusion that she was not his own.
Mixed up in tho extraordinary story aro
intimations that Harvey Gurley was pay
ing attentions to Mrs. Kudmond, and that
loliu Redmond was loud of Mrs. Gurley.
ltodmond is a blacksmith, now in tho in
sane asylum. Gurley was a roustuhout,
and litlfu Annio is the infant whoso disap
pearance was for a long tiino as mysterious
and much talked of in Chicago as Tascott,
the murdorcr of Millionaire Snell, or tho
"lost Charley Ross."
Between the Baltimore St Ohio Railroad
and Its Employos.
Ciiicaoo, 111., April 1.1. Sevoral hun
dred employes of tho Baltimore A Ohio
Railroad were culled .to tho company's
oftlce at South Chicago and askud by the
ollicials to sigO-taupers giving tho company
the right to reserve a certain per cent, ol
wages. The osbmsiblo object of kcoping
back tho money is to defray tho cost of in
suring tho employes against loss by sick
ness, accident, etc., whilo in tho servico of
tho road. Thero has been much dissatis
faction with the workings of tho
scheino for somo tiiuo past, tho
men claiming that thoy received practic
ally no bom-lit from tho payments,
snd that tho arrangement was a very one
sided ulfair, resulting rhielly in a substan
tial addition to tho company's exchequer.
Tins feeling manifested itself in a unani
mous rofusul today by the mou to sign tbo
company's documents. Tho refusing In
cluded engineers, firemen, shopmen,
switchmen, brakomen, conductors and
section hands operating the division of the
road corunionclug with Chicago and end
ing with Garrett, In.L All were given to
understand that nnhiss the papers wero
signed by Monday a dischargo would en
sue. Tlio only elloct of this notico appar
ent was the issuanco of a cull by the men
for a mass meeting, which was held to
night at South Chicago a a protest against
the company's action.
A CUY8TAL WBODINO.
Anniversary of the Marriage of Mr. and
Airs. Bcott, of Dyorsburg.
Com-sondt'noo ol TU Aal.
Imkiisiu iki, Tenn., April 11 Mr, and
Mrs. George F Scott celebrated their crys
tal wedding Wednesday night at their now
and elegant homo. Tho clito ol lyurs
burg was assembled there, and many and
cordial wero thfl gratulutions offered Mr.
Scott and his lovoiy w ifu by their hosts of
friends, Tho'Jlev. W. F. Il.inmer, in
moat Impressive language, performed the
ceremony, after which the folding doors
oncned .And tho bridal narl t and
gitral woitmsiif ml into tho dining-room,
where a fine t illation was served. Tho
presents wero bitititiful and cosily, occu
pying nearly all ihe available space in one
room. Mr. Seed's beautiful residence was
brilliantly lighted sud profusely decorated
with llowcrs, and with such charming la
dies as Pycrshurg only can afford, gliding
gracefully from room to room, a picture
was made long to bo rememlxrod. Iho
lovely brido and hostess, Mrs. hfcott, pret
tier than she ws fifteen years ago when
she stood st the tnsrnagii altur, had a
pleasant word and smilo for all her guests,
and entertained her friends with thai
charm of manner for which sho U distin
guished. DOOMCtta IN DANGER.
Freshets In the Streams About Okla
homaDrowned In Quicksand.
Wichita, Kan,. April 1.1 Reports
reached hero lato last night of a now dan
ger confronting tbo boomers. The Cimar
ron River is rising rapidly snd sweeping
everything before lu A boomer named
Gordon concealed in tho bushrs nesr King
Fisher, was caught In the (iiiicksand and
drowned, and hia team and wsgon swept
down the river. Two railroad employes
were reported to hsve been drowned at
Guthrie. There la now but one place that
the river ran be forded, and that it near
(Jiithrio. The importance of Ibis becoaiee
apparent w hen It remeiulcrcd that there
are no bildges In Oklahoma, and that tins
stream must bo crooned lo reach the
rlla ! out.
Sr. lafis, April 11 News comes from
Oklahoma that all the rattle men In that
territory, excepting one, have driven their
cuttle out and thut he is getting his herds
away as rntddly as ptassihlo. Homo fifty or
more families of negriM-s have left Fort
Smith, Ark., for tho vicinity of (iuthrie,
Oklahoma, where Kiev snd numerous
other colored people will establish a col
Ral ana) rnmallaa,
WasiiikotoK, April 11 The Kcretary
of the Interior has accepted the resigna
tion of Gcorgo A. Howard, chief clcik ol
THE PEER OF ALL.
. I. a I
ouf? Latest and greatest production.
"TIIE ME3IPIIIS A1TEAL;
The FincstNickcl Ci,ar Ever Produced in This or Any
.'J! Other Market.
A HANDSOME BRONZE STATUE CIGAR
MUllTKIt, FOR OA AMiOtl.( UMniXr:I, (ilVKX (1KAT1S WITH EVI KY l.w
tierln Addition l-i this, tlm Mnnplila
APPKAL Inr one yr. amns. to Iho piireliNser vl every thotiwna ol III ci ienniinu
Memphis Appeal Cigars.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS.
I. SAMELSON & CO.,
2STO. GIO nyETLIT STBBBT.
BOLE AQENT3 FOB TUB UNITED 8TATE3.
that department, Mr. Howard tendered
his resignation March 0, last. Ho will be
suciiooded by E. M, Dawson, chief of tho
division of patents and miscellaneous in
terior department, Mr. Howard retires to
enter business at Cleveland, O. Thomas
II. Musie, of Missouri, hits been appointed
to tho ollico vacated by Mr. Dawuon.
What a Passenger Bays Lies Along the
Kansas City Line.
Said a gontloruan who has just roturned
from a trip over the Kansas City Railroad
to an Appkal reporter: "It is wonderful
what ft difference thore is In the climoto
hero and in Missouri. A trip over the
railroad makes this diffcrenco more mani
fest at this season of the year than at any
other time. Thero is scarcely a sign of
vegetatiou around Springfield, Mo., Fort
Scott, anil through Kansas, with the excep
tion of willtnr u'hnnr. whinli iu nrnwiiiir
lux(rriiintly ouough. Thore is little or no
plowing dona until you rouch Arkansas,
and particularly this side of Joncsboronnd
ou iu to Wedt Memphis. Hero vegetation
is well advancod, and not only plowing
but planting Is well advancod. A more
beautiful sight cannot bo well Imagined
thnn can be seen from tho car window.
The emoruld sheen of tho meadows in
thoir luxumnt mantle of gratis, tho trees
puttiug forth their leaves and tho dog
wood trees that look as though a suow
storm had becomo entangled in their
branches. The sight is beautiful I assure
"Thoro is more progress visiblo and
mora accomplished In tho matter of pre
paring for tho crojis in tho territory con
tiguous to Memphis than I have ever
kuowu at tins soiwon of tho your bulore. '
TBS BID3 OPENED.
J. W. Bodges the Lowest Bidder for
Justices Garvin, Black well and Coleman,
tho committoe appointed by tho County
Court to receive bids for burying paupers,
met at the hitter s ollico yesterday and
opened tho bids. Thero wore a number of
I ! l l . I . , i I T 1 1 f I I 1
uiiuiers, mo lowest ueingj. it. iiougus,
who agreed to bury tho dead at tho fol
lowing llgures: Adults from city, $4.73;
from poorhotiso, ?-; children nine to four
teen years, (li; infants to nine years, $2.
The committee will mako their report to
the court, w hich meets this week, and tho
successful bidder will bo formally ap-
noiutod county undertaker. John Walsh.
present county undertaker, had in no bid.
For the week ending April, 11 1AS9,
cause or DEATH.
mats ( rrcbriil softenlnc
A. J. Il..iu....
II. F. Inlllna...
M. C. Ksles
i vrlirl rong.
li'tuale tit.l ir.
frutale ltl aite.
V. ImlfW.sM ..
Ii-iualf ,1'lillllsla I'lil.
(1. W oi.ll.lltlt..
uialr i1iimiiu nascnitlma.
ntalr ll'btlilsla ittl.
(fiu.dt , I'ltfitiunti la.
' W. Ui,o...
Blsiriluillon hr Wards riot, 4; Second.
3; Third, U; Fourth, Klfth, 4; Sixth, 1;
K'Venili, 3; Kightli, I: Ninth, O, Tcnlli, 3;
City Hospital. 4. (stillborn, L Whint, B;
Colored, 10. Total, 'ii.
i, JL, WlLLIAMSOS, M.I'.,
Every Night I Scratched Until the Skin
llmlv eovarf with aralea llk apnl of lit or
tar. An nvrflll rlNrlM, liM-tora ttarlraa.
fur httfiais. a.miriy rarMl b lh Cut
laiira tlruamllaa lu Si atrvks.
I am tnlnf In toll
n( til ettrmnrtllnarjr
rtisua your t'tiit tsa HrMriiisa irfiiritit-,1 on itttv
lat nl Al'tll laal I unllis-l aOlir rl I'll It
il likcntitlii nut all otrcriar btMljr, tout thought
uothini ol II it ii 1 1 1 atiiu Ulna Uwr t.o. stlti' II l
San lo luuk Ilk arKtui ul tnnrtar aiwiitcsl tin. anil
Mlih'h asms off Iti laatst. mitnpaplr.t taltb llrlt
In. I Stiultl v-raich avar tushl until I waaraw;
I lira Ibf an ailil lh arahsv Uilug ..rmtl nuati
atlilia. "r amul. hnl .H a-ala. I tala iliil I
rabaull all Ik .!. lura In tha oeunlir. hut lllnntl
a 14 Alter mn tip all hnstnl reenvrrr, I liap
latnatltoar an avrrtlavnirnt lo thn iiaw.tMtr
aiMtut four f I'TH i sa Assatiira, anil fiun-fiaMs!
Hn tn frvin ar j ilrnssut, an. I uhtaintil alu.'l let-
madia (a rrlir
I uan tn oli. llial luoaealr
rruptlvua gradually ilMps'il nff and tllaBl'iM-ani
1 1 an.l
tint hr ou, au4 ltae la- tt hilly rttrtsl. liia.llh
tllwas thirt,. nti'DIItt la-lnfw I lirtfall taltill tlia
I'erti us Hami'iu, au.l lu I'.urtt flfr arras was
rnlirtilr curist Mr iliaras aaa artrma and mnrl
ala. I nrnin turn. Ust Hi CcrittkA Hi;mmiimi lo
all In ro Vlnulty, aud I know nl a snul man
who hsta takru Ihrtn. and Ikank ma fnf lit knntal
riljn ol tbritt. rsst lallf mnthrra a Im har IsiIhsi
lib at'al? rtuiillnlut on llll lr brails and limllra. 1
rantt'4 rt.rrsa in atnnltihrlhatika lo roil Inr alia!
lir tint 14 xmii'in har i-n In u.e. My
Ulr a ruten-d with atalra nd I Baa an axlul
atasiail In li buld. Juw u) aklo la aa uUw ud
Clear aj uahl a.
CKO. COTEV, Murrllt. Wl.
Frtil. It. Is7.
1-a-ia. 7, M No trarr nl thetllsma Imm wlili h
I aumrvd baa alinwu II a. I lite uij rutv. U. U
Cur rsrrr aprelfa ol attnitlrlii. humiliating, llrb
In. IiuiiiIik. a. sir and lttt.lr tlix aMa nl lha
akin, aralti and bl'l. lh lusa nl hsir. and all
h.iumra. Iil.it, bes, rr.lplhnia. anrea. analva all.l
rtiilia whi-ihi-r alinnir. arn.ful ma nr cmtaflnua,
Wlirn ili rsli tana alid all ulnar rsnnistlra lall.
rsild Strrtwurm. iTItsv (111114, .'; or,
;", ll r-. i . r, (1, fn iiaml In lha I'.ini. liatu
D I in ii Al.iT'vstins, im-mn.
ar saa.l Inr "llnw la l ura hkm Msraaos," tl
pui-a. ,Vi lllu. trail. ma. and luunvlliii.mlsla.
Plkll'l.l-S, Mark haada. rr.l. titutll, l hn.-r. and
oily akin prevaiitr. ttf 1 1 tn t aa luts
I CANT BREATHE.
fhl-al rains, .,rt.n Wraknraa,
llaraim I mult. Asthma. I'lriirUr and
. Itiilamiiiatleii rrllsanl In nita anln
,ka wl I'T Ilia I iiilrutu AalUI'ala I Ua-
l.r. ulbll.( llku ll In! Weaa l.uiim.
Appeal Ciiiiipnuy will mall THK WF.KKLY
msm u "rfffflflcil''
mm. Wmt iWvalt
It you are run down, or have that tlrel 1
frfllug as a result uf overwork or tin eftt;t
of tlia changing season, you should take that
hest of all tonic and blood purifiers, Hood'i
Barsaimrllla. It purine and enriches Ihe
blood, tone the stomach, rouses the torpid
liver and kidneys, erontcs an appetite and
builds up the system. Thousand who hsve
taken It with benefit testify that flood'!
Barsuparllla " mokes tho weak strong.
' A fair trial of Hood's Barsaiiarni Will
convince any reasonable person that It (OS
esse great medicinal merit. We 4o not
claim that every bottle will accomplish a
mtrorlo, but we do know that nearly ernry
bottle, taken oororillngtodlrectlons, does pro
duce posltlvo benefit. Its peculiar eura:lv
power Is shown by many remarkable cuie.
"I think nood's Sarsnparlll Is Just the
medicine fur women, or anyone who has bod
blood." ilii.J.K.BMiru, E.BroadTop,ra.
k Stronger Every Day
rI nave been troubled a great deal With
headache, had no appotlto, no strength, and
felt as mean as any one could, and be about
my work. Bliiee taking Hood s Bsrsaparllla
1 hav utit had tb head.iche. my food has
rellnhod, and seemed to do me good, and I
have found myself growing stronger every
day. I thoroughly believe In Hood's Sarsapa
rilla." M. A. Btrimhak, 19 Grand Areuue,
Grand Rapids, Mlrh.
M. B. Be sure lo get
Boll by dranrlat. f I ; itx tnr ta. Preparad mlf
fey C. I. Hi HID A CO., Apotbmrlaa, Lowall, M aa.
100 Doses Ono Dollar
FRANK W TAYLOR & CO.
(LATE OF CIV.
Wholesale Provision Dealers
Odow aad Witrehouao, 103 As 107
Wchear lo niio m- It o ir fr!enils tlist
modiont wsrelitiiis. o i the linns of the Ksntai CI y. ri-ln!lel I 4; (unljUla unj tho M
isalppl Valley UJlmidi. and having dlrert ronnr. t.n alts with all other rallrr Ja csn
triinc In Ihcclty, thereby overcotiilrtif the h'avy ezpeiss of draysg on tar-locd loi, our
facllliie ar unsurpasaed for fie rapH diapetcb oi onsiitr.
Our warrhouse, which ia built of stun an J brick, is ps-rfe t In every detail Laving all
modern Improvement, and is, perhaps, the b'Jt cs nitruclcU building in lh South fur th
Th fnot tbsl Meats snd LaH shouM he stored only In onol cellar dttriitar the summer
montht, in the conatrurtlon of our building w havo given this special tt.eat on.
Thaiikii g our friend for a very libers) pjtmnngs in th paat, and earnestly sMtrltln
a continuant- of the som. w asanr tluiu that all order and Inquiries will recs lv
prompt attention. Very nicctf ullr,
r ' KIIA.NIC W. TAYIiOR 6 CO.
K. B Wo are alio prepared to Oil ordur for article nol In our line al very lomest
IT J. TU.ATK,
j. a. mnrFonr
The C. 8. Ryan Grocery Co
(srrcEfsoiu to o. a ryan co.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
AND COMMISSION ME11CIIANTS.
No. 860 MAIN ETREST, - MKMPHH TENM
R. J. nt.ACK. Tsshler Peourlty Itsnk I D. 0. ANDHEWS, Into of C. R tlyan A Co. f
W. T. CIIAI'MAN. ol Jlalnno, Chapman
V I, Ira.
JNO. A. CROn OXn, rresld.nt farmers' A I J- N- H A RRlH,Tru.le Tipton Tounty. Tenn.
Merchants' tank, rorliift-ni. T-nn. I M. II. HUNT, 1st with C. R Ryan A Co.
it-.MR. J SO. A. ( rtOKKORD Will 17sv Chanr of All Co. tin r'hlpprd fa.
john k. Frr.En.
Memphis City Bank;
FULL PAIDTJAl'lTAL, $250,000. j
337 Main Street, Corner of Union, Memphis, Tenn. j
Or W. J. Wllk.rton,
IS. K. Pemmts,
EAGLE BOILER WORKS.
DANIEL SHEA & CO, Prop'rsj
(8UCCES.-WR8 TO BIIKA A SIcCARTIIY.)
BOILER MAKERS AND SHEET-IRON WORKERS
Repairing Plantation Boilers I Specialty.
140 TO 144 mONT BtnUBT
M. GAVIN & GO.
WHOLESALE . GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Nos. 232 and 234. Front Street, Memphis. Tennessev
rrrnai adim avd wyraawii.
lte L . aUJXKT 6vota hi whole lias It) lh welfklnf and sal W OOTTOV eeealtel
M ear atari, VvlawW Wanhou, w VmUism taml
It It true economy to buy Hooft Baiiapn
rills, lit " loo Dotes One Dollar " ts original
with and tru only of this popular mcdlclfto
If you wish tn prove this, buy a botlto ot
Hood's Strsaparll! and meaiuro IU tony
tents. You will find 11 to bold 100 ttaspoou'
f 'its . Now read the dlractlocs, and yon will
find tho average dots for persons ot different
r.Rc Is u s man a leispoonun. aoi is
curUtlul)' concluslvo evidence t.f the peculiar
alrenttli and economy of IToed'i S.imparllls.
" My little boy wo so badly allllctcd Willi'
seralula that tlie wliole top of hi head wasone
complete mass of matter. For two years t
found no relict. Then I gavo him one bottle
ot Hood's Sartapullla, and thet was a wou
derful Improvement. I then got one bottle
more and that cured him completely. I keep
Hood' BarsaparllU In tlie house, and give It
In my children for a spring medicine." Mna.
1L I). LtBuv, 1041 Uogan BU.St. Louis, Mo,
Better than for Years
" I have been for year a great luffercr
from severe nervous headache, but never
found any relief till I began to nse Hood'
Barsaparllla. Before Uie second bottle wo
gone my headache were not so severe nor
so frequent, I am Jnst beginning tlie fourth
bottle and have not felt so well for years.
The confuted dlity feeling In the head Is ab
solutely gone, aud my general health Is won
derfully Improved." Ma. W. B. Car.
waiuirr, Shelter Island, Suffolk Co, V. Y.
Bold by dramrlsta. glisliforgt, mparad only
by C. I. HOOD a IX), Apotbarartaa. Uwrll, Maa.
100 Doses One Dollar
COYEtt A Ctt)
MFMP1IIB. TENK., March ft, VX
liavtn Inst mtnnt. t s) a very lann ni-i env
I. O. ATsTllEWH
T. R WAMTIO,
(J j lr.Jk
x. R. WARIXO. lat with C. R. Rmn Ca
HENRY J.I. YXH,
V. T. Cole. John l-nafue, T. F.Mye
U N. Oroivennr, M.liavln. lr A.ii -Ine'alr,
John A Drill. John II n'lvsn. It l. " ., .f.. -I