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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THUESDAY, MAY 18
RAILROADS. BiHU'lilS ASD tHXULtbToK K. R. aiiABBK or hciif-dcub. fN AND AJTBR SUNDAY, APRIL 30. ltJS' Learn. Arrives. Mail train, dally 'at 12:3 a.m. SMlpjn Exprm train, dally, at SuO pja. 13 s.7 mjn Bomerrlllo (nln, dally, ex cept Sundays, at , .,, f 30 pA 8 0 aun JaaKton, Teun.. rommo dUOn (ex Knnilay) i -m p m uca am Mall train will not stop at Kite citations be tweaa Grand JunoUon and Memphis. Tralnt connect at Grand Junction for all point, and at Decatur closely lor Montgom ery ami points couth. Closn connection lor Nxhvlile ty both trains. Cloe connecUons at Chattanooga lor Eastern and Southeastern points. Nu ehange of can between 11 em phi and Brutal and MemphU and Montgomery. Ttii new and magnificent ilceplng-car-llne Kill nave one of Uielr new sleeper leave Memphis dailt on Expms train at 5SJ0 p.m., lor Lynchburg, Washington and Baltimore without change. Only on I cnajcoc 0 New York and Philadelphia. Time 39 minute luter than city time. Ticket Office, 278 Xlatn street. W. J. BOSS, Oenl BnpT. TOM B. DUNN. Ticket Agent. CIHSlilSirri AND TENNESSEE B. B. COABGE OF SCHEDULE. fU AND AFTER BUNDAY, APRIL 16, j ibti, trains win run asiouows: X.KAVK. AKK1YX Kew Orleans Mali, dally 3.UC pun. 12:40 pjn Express Train, dally(ercpt Freight and Aocommodafn, dally (except Sunday) 6 30 a.m. i HO p.m dose connection" made at Grenada wllh train North and Koulh for all polnta. or further Information apply to Ticket office, No. 257 Main street, and at depot. M. BURKS, Superintendent. J AM KB SPEED, Ticket Agent. LOOIaYILLK AND NASUVILLE AND HKEAT SODTHEEH BMLBOAD. .Ncuionix Clly Time. Kxprena train leaves dally (except Knturdays) at 11 :il p-rn . . Mall train leaves dally at 11 :1U a.m J Accommodation train lea ves daily al 6 pan Pullman Palace Slplh Cam on all niht t alna. l"or tickets or Information apply at Ticket OSes, Ho. 2S7 Sain Street, CORKER IIADISOS, JOHN T. FLYNN, Supt Memphis V-it. jamm urEEiJ, xjccet agent. AMU835ENTS. R OICXBTJH IT JOHISUll! COPIOUS BASE-BALL! FAT MEN OF MEMPHIS VB. FAT HEN OF MEMPHIS. A ma'oh game of Base-Ball by and between mem Den oi mo MEMPHIS FAT MEN '3 CLUB, will take place on Tu cad ay, nay 33d... At Olympic Park Proceeds to bo donated to the Orphan Asy lums oi .Memphis, tenn. Game will be called at 3 D m.. sharp. Admission, OO cents each, Including rail road tare. Trains leave Louisville Depot at 2 o'clock una .au r.m. COMMITTEE: Dr. B. W.Mitch ell, W.Y.CIrodo, BunF.Prlce- Everr axertlon will be used to make this the most exciting and interesting match of me Mason. JP LITIS STU ANSITIL riCBIO! Sr. &E0BLS liENLVCLENT ABHOCIAT10N ipxonio : AT J UIUS PARK, WEDNESDAY, MAI 21, 1876. ALL THE OLD COUNTRY GAMES ! AlnilIon, SO I'cntr.. rite Privileges of Bar and Cigars, Confec tionery, ShooUnc-Clallery, Restaurant, etc fold by public auction, at James Park, on SATURDAY. May JOtb, at 11 o'clock sharp. f. ricsic. AT JAMES PARK, FRIDAY, MAY 19TH, Under the auspices of HABBOSy LODGE, NO. 199, By authority of Right Worthy Grand Master U tO HUE X . ISOl'IiU. The proceeds to he devoted to furnishing their liall on the corner of Bealeand Her nando ttreets. Twenty five percent, to be set aside to iue w mow ana urpnan r una. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: (Purple Badge.) hod. w. u. crook, D. O. Reahard, a. J. vaiEer, t . Meiiersn, John B. Robinson. FLOOR MANAGERS: (White Btdee) A. D. Gibson, V. 11. Moyston, M.T. Williamson, Thomas Risk, Giorge Schilling, JtneCorwln. r. i.imoni, t'. P.Krouse, Win. Homsn, K.Itckopbtr, I). A. Waroiaw, Charles Piische, II. Bicker, Moses Morris, Hdgar oeoric, 'J lios. K. Bingham, John Llnkbauer, Win. Henry, S.S. Garrett, G.G. Dent. RECEITION COMMITTEE: (Scarlet tUdge ) J. V. Danbury.P.G.M., W. Bruce, ilarcns Joee. L. F. Risk. A- F. DavlK. John P. Hoffman, Wm. K. French, Joih Brown, jr , John A. Holt, J.8. Wilklns, W. Q. Parker. 1). F. Goodyear, Fred Kropp, D.T. Porter, U.A.M'Omber, Dan KcblcHY, Ben J. lllngbam, KhCDivrcr, Jos. E. Russell, Cbas. Borner, J. W. Anderson, W. A. Hill, R. Dudley Frayser, T.P.Uolfand. 11. T. Torollnson, Peter Malllatd. GATE COMMITTEE: (Blue Radge.) Phil R- Alhy. 1L Clem mens. JI H. Hampton, J as ltlcbardH, Geo.W. Miller, John Carey, Richard S.Norris, Tllford, R. Shepherd, W. A. Ammon. The strictest decorum will be maintained, ana ail lrreguianuts promptly suppressea. 0 PBJt TO THE WOULD. GRAND CESTE.WAL TOUBNAMEKr, AT OLYMPIC PARK. MEMPMIB. JUaG 8, XS76, To bo followed by a ItOYAL COBOSATION BALL, In honor of the KnlrhU, at which the Victor will Crown the CJneen ol Love and Beauty4 Four Maids of Honor will be chosen by the next r oar euccesiui jinignu. Knights from a distance, and especially the adjoining Ktaus, are especially Invited to participate. Entrance Fee. 110. Tboe who desire to enter their names for the content should forward the same at once, as none will be admitted after June 1, 1876. To prevent partiality, the Lances nud are to Deaiiaein every particular, and furnished by uie committee, loneomerg will 03 allowed. PRIZES: 1st. To the Knight taking the largest num, berof Rings. 260 In cold. 2d. To the next most successful contestant, iiw in fcuiu. FOR HORSEMANSHIP: 1st. A Superb Saddle. 3d. A beautiful pair of sliver spurs. 3d. An exquL He riding whip. OFFICERS: Cant. W. CFolkes, Grand Marshal. H. T. Carntf, Esq., Assistant Marshal. JUDGES: Gf n. J. C. Fixer, N. Fontaine, Esq., Gen. Col- ton ureene. ur. is. it. uiarxe, ijapuun j. iiar vey Matbes, James Speed, Enq MaJ. It. P. Duncan. RECEPTION COMMITTEE. Col. E. Ensley. F. 8. Davis. Esq Dr. B. W. Mitchell. W. B. Galbreath. Eiq- Oen. W. Y. C Humes. Dr. D. D. Baunders, Cvl. It. II. Hnow-den.R-V. VrfidHnbnrtr. Fsa.. Jmes 8. Rich. ardton, Esq, Capt. J. It. MUler, Wm. Y. Ham- jin,vj. The Park will betopen lor Knights who wish to practice on and alter May . All communication, should be addressed to PETER THACY, Basiness ianiger, m 7 McmphlsTenn . AUCTION. AT AUCTION, Friday Horning, Knj 10, at 10 o'clock, One decant MDEBOARD. One COOK STOVE. One WHVTNOT, and a large line of Miscellaneous Goods By HcOLor Btto.ani Bum Mr.fl. UNDER WElTfcR'S SALE, AT AUCTION, For account of whom It may concern, of wreck ol HtMiTier LE AL TENDER, at 200 Becond street, THURSDAY E02MN8, at 10 O'CLOCK, May ISth. Carpel. Fnrnllar. Bcdd'nr, Cutlery, Mirer ware, Kitchen Utnslls, in fact, the entire outfit of boat. Great op portunlty for ba-galns. ALSO At some time and place, 300 Coren as.ort'd Chnlr', KarbloTop Csroter-tnblen, And other Furniture from same wreck. BY A. K. TirrAHI. S60 Kreonri tit. AMUSEKTEHTK, g-HlQHTS OF rXTHIAt Jsmti rark Tfoad.-i7, Hay -i. 1S70. given jnder the auspises of TENNESSEE LODGE JiO. 5, AND MEMPHIS LODGE NO.C KUliC BY A It 5 OLD'S BUD. No Voting on the Ground ! The Grandest Affair of the Season! COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS, Designated by Red, Blue and Yellow Rlbbsn. A. J. McGarvey. Chairman. J. E. Kusstll, W. 11. MoyclOn, M. Cohen, Jolvo Wvd. O.W. UCroolr, Charles II. Brackett, K. Ilatb, F. W.Mows, J. T. M'llEon, C. W. Kostemeyer. FLOOR COMMITTEE. Rod Ribbon. B. Bingham, Chairman. Cnarlsi Anderson, A. K. FrauklaU'l. I A. xu .vuoerson, Dr. J. J. RoB. F. M. Tavlor. J. C. "Wxlston, H. Brlggs, Cohen, J.s. Leon, G. B.Becktel, C. Lnytoti, W. W. Malngault. J.swonander, E. W. Clapp, J. D. Robinson, CharleH Kney, Joe Locke, GATE COMMITTEE. Blue Ribbon. II. B. Reynolds. Chairman. R. E. C. Dlwer. W. U. Llnsteadt. Thos Bingham, C. Richmond, M. Cooper, R. Brltton, M.J. B. Hanson, Mi Provenzate. COMMITTEE ON ORDER. Yellow Ribbon. A. Boyd, Chairman. L. Wltkowsky. C E. Wilson. H, Dinttn, a. nam, K, Thomai, W. L. Parker, II. Hollo, C. Lorents, Duncan, L. Jennings. No Improper characters admitted. Tickets. BO rot ...Crsll'.ir'ii STRAYED STOI.EH". 1 10W- KEWARD j Ono red cow, white flanks and white tbre- neaa nna up oi ears cut anu spilt. 1 wilt pay the above reward for her i-ntnrn to is-' Front. street. MRS. BKACKLB.Y "1 r ARE COLT On Satnrdav. ISth Inst., fmm lxJL the undersigned, one gray mare colt, S rears old. information leading to its recovery: lea at Bouthern Stockyards, Cheltca, rvill be llberallv rewarded. myi? 11. wi.mjlkr. Adams at FOR SAXiB OR ESHT. RESIDENCE -The commodious residence No. 117 Court blrfet. lately nainted. Da- nered. and placed In order: udd11ciI with eas. cistern anu nyurani water. oatnroom.Kiicnen -. . - . . . . . . i sinK, anaouicr moaem conveniences. myjc it. UAKY. H MadlKon ft. SALE OR EXCHANGE. MESIDENCE Fir improved suburban Li, prorrty. my bouse. No. 400 Court street. Apply to U. D. Cn rkett. on premises. rays .mih..maut uitucKbiT. TAKER" UP. )U CLE A Black Mare Mule. The owner can tu. have same by proving property and pay- BRACKETT & C PERSONAL. PEUISONAL Bananas, 25: doz.; Lemons, 23c doz.: fresh Dates. 12Vc per lb. and other fruits proportionately low, at " WARREN'S," o7 Main, corner Msdlsou. Lauies specially requested to call ana see muncemenis oncrea TIVORCE3 lezally and quietly obtained for tw incomoauDiiiiv. etc.: residence unneces sary; fee after decree. A. GOODRICH, P. O. DOIUH7. unicacn, in. apt. LOST. GOW-One light-spotted muley cow, small size. A suitable reward -will be paid lor ner return to w. A- uauk, my lb 411 Vance street. FOB REHT- DOOMS Nicely furnished rooms at S3 Min Al street. myi COM -One nlcelv-furnlshed room, at A. K A DFMAN'S. 280 Hecond Et. TAMES PARK The west part of the James U rarx property ior picnics. Appiy to WILLIAM J. BKRLIN, my!3 Et Madison street. rjtXPOsmoN BUILDING The old Mem- LJ pbls Industrial Exposition Building. 1&I "KDUU BLlWU WAFTS. IJTOCK PEAS R. G. CRAIG & CO., O d.t w Heedsrhtn, MemphlB, Tenn. II AILROAD TIE-MAKERS Whito and co'- IV orea , at n o. i a ropiar street. myia T71VERYBODY TO KNOW That those who I'i contemplate, purchasing a sewing-ma chine will do well to wait until the 23th lest.. when the announcement will be made. A hint to the wife is sufficient. mylS RESIDENCE To rent from 1st October next a comfortable residence containing not less than H rooms. Address u. u.. Appeal. CTANDH two good farm-hands. Apply at 13 once to I ft nnfa tn 14 IT nil v AK 1 A I :f 1 . mylB 2$1 Front street. EVERYBODY to know, that I will paint metal rools for 10 cents per sauare. with Prof. MtlUman'a Phoenix Belf-Fastenlng Paint, weiowest-pncea paint in use. W. SHUTTLEWORTH, Painter. 279 Second. fTELP Hands for country or city, cooks, jul iarm anu raitroaa nauas. Appiy to myH JA8. DUNDA-.210Ma J AS. DUNDA-.210 Main St. a "V Tin 'rn rinu.nn c, n .u ,.. the land la planted mostly, but will still let on Very reasonable terms; families preferred. Refer to uage risner.sw r ront street. A. lka tx Fulton, xenn. Memphis, May 12. IS78. niyl2 ritAILORING A. Albrlsh 4 Co., 391 Main, do X all kind of tailoring, as well as cleaning ftuu reymnng, ai wwtt rates. myid 17 VERY ONE TO KNOW That we will 11 paint metal roofs with our celebrated Eureka Roof Coatln g for fifty cents per cquare. it is tne cneapesiana oesi rooi-coaung in use. my!2 328 Becond street. FOR SALE. A REAL ESTATE SPECULATION Ninety acres cleared land.frontlngtbeM. and C K. R between Rldcoway and Germantown. can be bought at per acre, hair casn, oai ance 12 months, with Interost.ou immediate application. iuu&va.ii s w. myi, iv jiauisoa atreeu ON THURSDAY, 16th May, I will sell (as per previous advertisement) In front of the courthouse, at u m., a vaiuaoie noose ana 101 in tne town or Lucy, ror can. W.J.UU VAii, iTustee. A. U. Douglass, Attorney. my 16 Kiln CORDS BEST WOODAt g5 per cord, deuvered: measure guarantccu. Cath on denvery. l. b. mekkill, at raau. cah depot. Leave orders with A. D A II. Gibson, 6 Vest Court; Wlggln fc Co.. 31S Main. "lOTrAGE Suburban Joining Leath Orphan Asvlum. "Crockett Place." formerly Judge Hwnyne's. Pretty yard. Cheap, very cheap. W. A. WUEATLEY, sa) Main. 1CARE COLT Fine saddle mare (largo hv n. It. 11- M ftAn filinct ' F RUIT AND VEGETABLE BOXES-finlta- ble for shipping, by WILLIAMS A CO., Lumber Dealers. flYPRESS LATH 600,000 Sawed Cypress Liui st 11 w nr iDouaua, ay WILLIAMS l CO- Lumber Dealers. BUILDING LOTS-ir you wish to be Inde pendent, secure a home. I am now offer- leg to parties who wUb to build, lots on the Thomas tract at one-half their -value. The rent yon are now paying will coon secure yon a home of your own. L D. CON AWAY. Rental and Real Estate Agent, 8 Madison st. AHKOTJNCI MS NTS. For JnUse oT IIio (Trlmloal Court. EDITOlM APPEAL-Please announce niy natneasacsndldate forthoomceof Judge of the Criminal Coart of Memphis. Yours wnwetfniiv. j. f. r,Mirmsm. LOCAL i'AKAOiiAPliS. Weather fit or the middle of June. The market-gardeners are praying for rain. Several yoing ladles of upper cir cle are talking of orKJiiIitnga bese-ball club. Good riding horaas are now in great demand in our city in view of the com ing tournament. Mr. A. F. Dod, living at 311 Main street, reporta a loet child having been taken up by him yesterday. The cow-thievca got away with eevcral of Mr. Marablc's coWj, out on the Figfcon-Itooat road, Tuesday night Eightcitfzens. representing banke" s, merchants and large property-holders, were arrested yesterday for not laying sidewalks. Coleman Thomas, colored, ia on trial in the criminal Court for killing another negro named Silomoa Harris with a f pide several months ago. Applications were received yester day from knights residing at Como and Coldwater, Mississippi, for entrance to the taurnainent) and "the cry id still they Borne.'' The picnic by the members of Har mony kdge, No. 199, I. O. O. F., at James park, to-morrow eveuirg, will be ouo i-f the events of the sea)D, of that character. The Knights of Pythias wi'l enter tain their friends at James park, next Monday, at their annual picnic, which is always looked forward to With pleas ant anticipations. Jamc3 park will bD crowded next Wednesday, on the occasion of the elev enth annual picnic by St. George's benevolent association. All the old country games will be enj lyed. There wil' be a gr-.nd picnic of 8t. Br'dsret's Sunday-school at James park to-tiny, and from the extensive prepara tions which have been made, It vrill un doubtedly bj one of the veiy best of t&e teaeon. A game of bise-ball was played at Humboldt park yesterday between the Memphis Clippers and the Pilligants, which resulted in the defeat of the lat ter by a score of seventeen to fifteen. Mr. Kennedy, of the Memphis nine, was umpire. During the eession of the criminal court. Vesterdav. Mr. J. S Rsamy, an attorney, and Deputy-Sheriff dam Dey fus engaged in a fisticuff, but W6re sepa rated beforo much harm was done. The aflair originated about money transac tions between the belligerents. The committee on the Pine Bluff railroad connection make fl rbfbrt to day, at a special nieeting of the cham ber of coihmerce at four o'clock. Gen tlemen from Arkansas will add ret a the meeting. The occasion is one strongly affictiug the future of Memphis, and every member of the chamber of com merce should be presont. A correspondent of Coahoma county, MitsisjippI, wishes to know if the Mexi can veterans will be entitled to free passage to and from Philadelphia during iue uentenniai exnioitton. we are not prepared to Ruswerj and will furnish the Infinrmrf tf i:nmn nt ... mntlova mill Trthnnn ftr.,1 , iZ DB.u " "er tne question, and give any other information that mey be furnished, -Our mornine cotemDorarv is wrontr iu saying mat one nunureu anu twenty four mothers were represented in the one huuured and twenty-four babies that drew for prizes at the Youne He brews' picnic. In several instances one mother was represented by two and three darlings, one of these drew prize each for all three of her darlings, -Durirg the progress cf the base-ball match at Olympic park, yesterday after noon, Deputy Sheriff Murphy, acting a? one oi tne policemen, was pressing tne crowd back to the prescribed limits, little negro boy about fourteen years old refused to stand back, and made a demonstration as if to fctrike, whereupon Murphy struck the youth a severe welt on tlio bead, which relied him to the earth. The boy rose quickly, and took a knife from hi3 pocket, but was pre vented from opening or attemptine to use it by Murpby threatening to strike him another blow with th9 stick. SeV' oral persons who saw the blow, but did not Know unuer what provocation was given, were shecbed at the manner in which tne boy was knocked down and a crowd gathered around. Murphy explained the nature of the case, and the ooy was put out or me parK PERSONAL. Mr. T. C. Caskin and bride arrived in the city yesterday. Captain Wm 8. Moon, the engineer who had made surveys and estimates of tne cost, etc , oi me Jfme liiuir and Lo noke railroad connection, together with Meseis. Portis, Eagle, Keynolds, and Holcombe, have returned to Memphis, The following names of visitors were registered yesterday at tne cotton ex- H. Crane, Cincinnati; T. H. Hamahan, Eochester, New York; A. E. Smith, Hot Springs; E. Levi, Dallas, Texas; J. M. Holcombe, Pino Bluff, Arkansas. Our respected friend Captain Alfred W. Taylor, of Union street, between Main and Second, received yesterday his medal as one of the solaiers of the Mexican camrain. It is made of metal from cannon captured during the war. hs s appropriate designs and inscriptions, and tne captain's name engraved upon it. It is 8uspeudnd from a tri-colorid rib bon. The owner of it receives a free tiasa to the Centennial exposition and back, on showing it to the railroad con ductors. AMUSEMENTS: St. Bridgrfw Kundny Nchool I'icilic, nt .funics rara, ao-uuy. The picnic of tSt Bridget's Sunday- scnool taEespiace to-aay at James parir. Tne cniidren attacneu to tne scnool will co iu precession from the school to the park at nine o'clock in the morning. From previou3 arrangements, overy- thlutr promises to come clt well, and those who attend may expect a pleasant time. Shelby County Medical Society. Article vi of the constitution requires applications for membership to be made through tne committee on credentials, and provides that members Bhall be graduates of some respectable medical school, havo licenses from some recog nized board, or have practiced for fifteen years. Physicians desirous of associa ting wltn tne society are. therefore, re quested to immediately file their cre dentials with Dr. B. G. Henning, 36 Adams street, or with Dr. D. G. God win, Shelby Depot, as the next regular meeting taises place on the nnt Mon day in June next, and none but mem bers will be permitted to take pari in the proceedings. Fresli JPereli. Victor D. Fucha has received a choice lot of perch and trout from Beelfoot lake by express. Only Tor the jLadies to Read. Those who contemplate purchasing a sewing-machine will do well to wait un til tne tweniy-nrtn instant, when tne announcement will be made. A hint to the wise is sufficient. The Greatest Dentist of Our City, DB. A. WESSON, SB., Of the firm of Wesson & Sons, who, after an illnerB of several months, can now be found at their office,243 Main t. Liebio's Liquid Extract of Beef and Tonic Invigorator means health and strength. G. W. Jones & Co., agenh?, Memphis. JtASiMULI. The .Mulch flnme for the Benefit of ihc Orptinus Yentcrtlny at Olympic rnrk-.V nic Croud. After nti Anfliinifil nn-l lint Context Oh! So lint ! -The Freighter nntl Colton JIeii Cnuio to n C'oncln loii niiU n DrAtr. A Jolly Time, nntl Large Ileeelpls for the Orphans llatchet to Come Oft by the "Fnt Jlen," the "Frtlly Brcm'" ""it III1" nnmc Slrinss." The great event of the season tran spired at the .Olympic park yesterday afternooD. It was the much-talked of, long-looked .for and gfeatly '"blowed" about match at base-ball, between the Freight AgenU and Colt3n-Buyers of the city for the benefit of the several orphan asylnmr. For weeks past noth ing but "bat and ball talk" could be heard around the cotton exchange. "Futures." wero neglected, and little of the white staple was bought or sold. Wherever three' men, connected with cotton interests in any way were to be seen together on Madleon street on a clear day, a "safe bet" might have been made that they were discussing the relative merite of the two ''nine'." THE COTTON BUYERS. to a certain extent had the advantage over their opponent, being the "nine" compwed of jouog, active and sturdy fellows, tlio mnjjtlty of them being built to run with hardly an ounce of over-flash on any of them. THS FREIGHTERS had the advantage of length of limbs and wind, but several of them were over-weighted as to flssb, while some of the "nino" raDged in yean from forty to fifty. This proved somewhat disas trous when they had to make a sharp run frornla'e to bfss; but blood and plufk will tell, and it was really won deifdl how some ot the heavy-weights git over tba ground when cheered on by the enlhmiaatic crowd yesterday. The falls wero few and far between, and when Forbes or Burr or Katzenberg, all of whom took to Mother Ejrth and rolled in the sane', the multitude absolutely "ro ired" again. Bach was tendered the use of a 'Stretcher," carried by two Small boys, attaches of the hospital tent, whxu was declined with thaoks by each, as they quickly gained the per pendicular, and were again ready for work. THE nAME OF YFHTEBDAV 4 has been exciting general interest among tho citizens, and the two large trains on the , Mem phis and Louisville railroad, whloh left early in the after noon, were crowded with enthusiastic citizen, embracing all classes, while there was a very large attendance of the fair sex to grace tho proceedings with their presence. When the game was called, shortly after three o'clock, the field paeiented AH ANIMATED APPEARANCE. All tbe grand stands were filled to overflowing, and the bright summer dresses 01 ma ladles set oil by the varied costumes 01 tne sterner sex, formed very glowing picture, iramed as It was by a complete circle of carriages all round the "diamond field," while hun dreds of manly citizens preferred the green sward and sheltered themselves from the rays of the hurnine sun be neath umbrellas and other conveniences THE CROWD WAS A JOLLY ONE, ana every ono seemeu to nave come out into the country to breathe "the cooler air" and witness and enjoy fun which one and all fondly anticipated, and their rapturous cheer?, roars of laughter and shouts of applause, when anything extraordinary took place. showed they were enjoying themselves to me top 01 tnelr bent. The field, on this occasion, presented several unique features seldom witnessed at base-bill matches. At right and left field, boards, coffin-shaped, with skull and cross-bones painted on them, were uaed as boundaries. Between the "home plate" and the first base THE HOSPITAL TENT was pitched. Here was to bo found Prof- fessor Jake Wood, the noted dispenser of pnysic, wnn jjr. "jep" uowises acting as first-assistant. Henry Lubrman was hospital steward, with a most abundant supply of that celebrated iced beverage whioh he has for years supplied to the ''thirsty souls" of Memphis under the name of lager beer. Mr. Lubr man had several assistants, white and Discs, and the way they dispensed the palatable physic to all who had the entree gratis was pleasant to behold Bronson Baylies, Esq., the amiable chairman of the reception committee, after seeing, with his numerous aids, that every one had good p!ace3 for seeing all that was going on, took his seal un der the ehady canvas of the hospital lent to be ready for any emergency. He examined Prof. Wood's multlarious case of Instruments, while Dr. Hoerner. Mr. H. T. Tomlinsoa. Mr. H. B Williams. and others, tasted s.ightly of the lazer. and retired to a shady spot to enjoy a quiet cigar, surrounded by several of his associates. Meanwhile THE CHRISTIAN BROTHERS BAND had taken tli9ir seats on tbe director's stand, commenced to play a lively nlr. This musical organization is a credit to xuempnip, composed, as it is, of boys. not one of whom is out of his teens, and several of whom have not apparently reacnea mat siaga in lire. Tx small. stout little lads blew lustily on horns which, upon aclut.1 measurement, were taller than themselves. Yet, for all that, they played Dixie. Wearin of the Green, Bonnis Blue Flan, and other popular tunes in a style that elicited much applause. The following are the names of the players, with the instru ments on which they performed : E cor nets Willie Williams, Willie Orchard, Miles Willett; E picoita David Fray ser, Ben Williams; B cornets James Daly, Thomas Wii.tsra, Charles Bert verlii, Willie Heim; E altos Howard Willett, H. Brawce.-, Him Eosenfeld, Willie Kelly; B trombone Thomas Bergen, Henry Monocban; B bari tone Joseph Murphy. Pierce Smiddv: drums and cymhois Arthur 2.eUy, Eobert Legg aud Wm. Eose. At the closo of the tits, tune, a huge four-hnrse omnibus was seen to enter the principal gate. A cheer arose and tbe word was passed from mouth to mouth " THE PLAYERS HAVE COME." All eyes were turned on them as they alighted from tne 'bus, and their several points" closely scanned. Tnev uuick- y withdrew to tho waitiner room where they promptly performed their toilets and emerged "full blown base-ballers." THE GAME was called at a quarter past three o'clock, when the following names an swered to roll-call in each club: Freight Aaents Llehtburne. first- base; Gibson, second-base; Tuther, light field; Carver, third-base: Hart, catcher; Smith, pitcher; Bourne, short-stop; rorbes, center-field; and Hughes, left field. Cotton Bwicra Camp, third-base: KaUanburger, short-stop; Wolfenden, left-field; Bowles, first base; Castner, pitcher; Jones, catcher; Gatens, center field; Latham, Becond base; Daniel, right-field. It will be observed that some of tbe names in our first reports are missing, but aie accounted for on tbe hospital records, a diagnosis of their condition by the chief of the ambulance corps de veloping that they were horsdu combat, as regards tho ball and bat. Joe -tancK, a professional, and sKineu in the rules and details of tbe game, was chosen umpire, and John T. Tomlinson scorer. The teen for positions placed the Cot ton-Buyers at the bat.and tho game was nlaved at least.ttve innlnzs were stiue- gled through with in the two hours and naif or dayiignt leit to piay it in. we had prepared a detailed report, which iick of space forbids publishing. DuiIdjt the progress of the same sev eral nmu.tng incidents occurred, among them Foibea went head-foremost at the first-baseman, rolled over three or four time; finally ttolsirg on hla bread-baS-; feet. The first-baseman stood his ground until he got a . fair shot, and laid -t hot ba 1 between Forbes's shoulders Forbes got up and made for tbe hospital, and tounu comfort in the bottom of a beer mug. Barney Hughes came near being ruled out of the game, on being detected t'ylng to induce a small boy to catch the balls for him. The game was not half over before Hughes was trying to bal ance a chtlnk of ice tinder his hat, and was very anxious to know when tb sun would go diw. Btrneywas con spinuous in his efforts to get out at the hat, 0 aS hs Tr'Id not have to run the bases, and was anxuu; to ee, but not be seen in, the strife for the honors at stake. L'ghtburne saw a daisy-cutter coming toward him, and tried to atoplt by sitting on it, the result beingajobof patching for the tailor. Car ver got a ball between the eyeaiand cried : "Demme, who struck me!'' Hughes made a bold sweep of his willow, drlv the ball into a crowd of umbrellas, one of which went with the ball into the hoaplta). Several other ludicrous and amusing incidents occurred, but we have not space for the chronicle. We append THE SCORE i COTION-BUYERS N'HE. layert. ' 1 B P.O A. R. tS Camp, 2d b...... Katzenrierger. s. s . wolfeniten.l. f..... Bowles, 1st U Castner, p... Jones, c....w.... Gatens, c. f. Latham, 2d b. ......... Daniels, r. f .. 1 0 0 0 3 r, 0 3 0 li". 21 I 23 FREIGHT-AGENTS' NINE. Player: 1 B P.O A. . R. E. Hart, 1st b GlbMn,2d b... Tuther. r. f,. 3 , 4 1 2 2 3 2 2 1 i 1 1 0 5 . uarver, 3d D . Llgbtburne, c Smith, p .. Bourne, s. s ....... Forbes c. f., Burr, c Hughes, 1. f. 1 0 0 , 1 21 1 27 1 15 19 INNIlUGS. CLUES. 1 2j3 4 5 6, 7 8i 9 Totals Cotton Buyers....! 41 6 l' l 61 ol 0 0 0, 21 Freight Agents-! t 1, 2j 5j 8, 0; 0 0 Oj 21 Umpire, Mr. Joseph Ellick, of the Memphis club. Time of game, two hours and thirty-five minutes. First base by errors Cotton buyers 11 times; Freight Agents, 4 times. Euns earned Cotton Buyers, 7; Freight Agents, 6. Home runs Cotton Buyers, 1, THE END THEREOF. The game being brought to a most satisfactofy conclusion, the crowd stam peded for the train and their carriages, and the lately animated field soon pre- deserted aspect. The majority of tho playera "hirap.-. on one 'oot1to the bus, and they looked more l'.3? - .CF of rlieilmtltid patients en rou(a for Hot Springs than the fine, athletic, elaitic fellows of three Hours before. Although their "understandings" were a little stiff, fun and frolic ruled the hour all the way home. Tne only one who was little disfigured facially wss Mr. James M. Carver, who received a blow above his right eye and presented regular "battle scarred" appearance, but lis had bled in a good jatu le. When Henry Lhurman'a hospitable hoitelry was reached on Monroe street an alight ed and the lazer fliwed copiously. The captains of the "nines," the umpires the reporters and scorers were duly toasted. Mr. John C. Forbes making a neat little speech in which, in behalf of ail, be tendered cordial thanks to Mr. Joe Ellick, the umpire, for his great impartiality and very satisfactory tie cisions. Tbus ended the great base-ball event of tbe season. More Fan Coming:. The heavy weights have organized a couple of "nines," and will play a game at Olympic pars next Monday. The proceeds of the entertainment will be distributed among the different orphan asylums and tne Magoaiens' Home t the Sisters of the Good Shepherd. One side will be commanded by Captain A E. Franhland, and uniformed with white stockings, white flannel knee breeches, shirt sleeves and broad brim straw bats. The following citi zns compoce this nine; E. W. Mitchell, M. D ; J. T. Leath, J, J. Busby, Joe TrabUiy Louis Hanauer F. M. White, Bun F. Price, E H LIdy, D. D. Saundeis, M. D ; M. Ma eevney, jr.; Sam Gammon, Eq : Wm M'Donald. The other side will bo under command ot Captain Moody King, with uniforms or wmte stocaings, blue ban nel knee-breeche?, shirt-sleeves, and bioad brimmed hais. They are F. L, Sim, M. D ; W. N. Brown, J. M. Petti- grew, D ive Hukii, W. x . Cirode, M. Burke, F. H. White, J. B. Thrall, John Erskiue, M. D ; J . Jr. Dowdy, O. F, Armstrong, James Eider, A. C. Tread well. Each one of the above-named gentlemen weighs two hundred pounds ana over. OTHER CLUB3. We ere handed last- night the fol lowing organizations, who propose to play a game on tbe bluflV, at an early day, for the benefit of the charitable in stitutions cf the city: Fatty Bread Club. Captain Jim Lee, Ar. uyrus a. xiiair. A. M. J? ureerson Jcsiah Deioacb, C. O. Valentine. Joe Trabue, Judge Fiank Stockton, C. Qaen tel. Dr. Joe White. Hame String C ub. Jj. F. Goodyear, Doctor Nelson, Dr. H. P. Cutler, T. C. Lowe. J. E. Tavlor, J. W. Clapp, Joseph Lenow, Esq , Dr. S. E. Powell, Doctor Alien. FAT MEN'S CLUB. The fat men of Memphis having re solved to have a public base-ball match for the benefit of our orphan asylums, urgently call upon tneir reiiow-citizens for support in a movement so laudable, Believing that they show their faith by their wor&s in the seif-saerince necessa ry for men of their weight to engage in active field sport with the thermometer at eighty degrees, they think they are justified in asking tbe united and active assistance or an who nave tne interest of our eleemosynary institutions at heart, We therefore call upon our judges to ad journ their courts at twelve o'clock on Thursday.the twenty-third instant, and on tne merchants to close tneir stores at noon, in order to enable n who desire to attend on an occasion which com bines amusement with charity in so pleasing a manner. Arrangements are now In progress which, when complete. promises to make this base-ball match the most interesting ana exciting mat Memphis has ever witnessed, it is un dertaken in good faith aud we urgently ask tbe co-operation of all to make if a success. J5y order of tne committee. B. W. MITCHELL, Sscretary. Neuralgia. "Neuril" cures it. Sold by G. W. Jones A Co.. Memphis. Tub cheapest and best Steak Dyeing and Oliasibo Houbb In the city la at 4S Becond street. T.J. WALKER CO. Colds and Coughs. The sudden changes of climate are sources of pul monary and bronchial affections. Take at once Brown's Bronchial Troches, let the cold, cough, or irritation or the throat bo ever so slight. Mrs. Maria D. Monsahbatt, teach er of vocal and instrumental music, will receive a few more pupils. Orders to be left at H. G. Hollenberg's music store, Main street. For Rubber Hose for street sprinkling and other purposes, goto ORGILL, BBOS. & CO., aiu ana r ronfc street. Sweet Potato Slips. E. G. Craig & Co., 377 and 379 Main street, Memphis, Tenneesee. John Walsh, Undertaker, No. 344 2ioml Btgsit, opposite postofflce. English Stationery, Very elegant, at A. F. Dod & Co.'s, 341 Main street. Burnett's Cologne, in cork and glass stoppers, prepared from the purest and best materials unrivaled in rich ness and delicacy of perfume. Try Thrash Consumption Cure and Lung Eestorer, for all lung affections, losj of voice, cough, croup, etc. For sale by all druggists; wholesale by W. N. wilkeraon & Co., 340 Main St., Memphis. LAW EJBPGBTS. Criniltinl Court Ailanti, Jiitlge. The following cass are set for trial to day: 145, Epbraim Bowen; S4, Chiff Woisham; m,Lewia James; 200. Dtvid Borner; 1S7, Bichtrd Hill; 1S5, Ned Willaims alias Ned Wallace: 131. Bob Johnson; 183, John Brothy; 1S2, Allen Kaudensemi; 17", Julia Ble-w; 174, An derson Boyd; 173. Tom Williams; 65, Cash Moaley. Chnnccry Court .Morpau, Judge. Court adjourned to Friday, which is motion day. Djmurrer docket called Saturday. Cl-'Hlt Court IlelskcII. JnUge. Calendar for to-day: 419, Crowiey vs Fiauron; 4221 to 4230, city of Mem phis vs Check; 4241, Fulz vs 8pivry; 4247, Hayes, u?e, etc., vs Fralme; 4249 Hcskins vs Jontn; 42u2, Hoist & Co. v Marshall: 4253, Irby, administrator, vs Adam:1; 4257, Livassa vs Beinshageu, 42S1. Malloy vs Norwcod; 4264, M'Dou gal & Co. vs Estes & Co.; 4265, Mallalrd vs 8ears; 4269. O'Nell vs Johnson; 4270, Solair vs Folz; 4277, Spivey vs Folz et al; 4278, Spivey vs Folz et al j 4279 Still man vs Mallory; 42S0, Smith, Nesly & Co. V3 Harraway ; 1231, Scales va Wal lace: 4232, Thilman va Calvert; 4286, Warner, agent, v? Wilcox; 42SS, Walh vs Dalan; 4289, PhiibertvsC'omos; 4190, city of Memphis vs Chenk; 4291, city of Memphis v Cheek; 4293, Lewis vs Moss; 4295, Eosenthal & Co. vs John son & Co. ; 4293, Chase & C vs Doyle; 4279, Ycrk vs Sumner; 4300, Green va Green; 4301, city of Memphis vs Rogers; 4302, city of Memphis vs Cor noli; 4303, city of Memphis vs Cornell; 4304, city of Memphis va Ciroell; 4310, Haraway va Smith, Neely & C; 4312, Graham V3 Hollenberg; 4314, Kennedy vs Haynes; 4316, Madison vs C jnnelly; 4317, M'Keuua vs Rmsey; 431 Oates, tne, etc , va Postof. Boys'1 and Children's Sni.s. We are now receiving our stock of boys' and children's clothing for spring and summer wear, to which we respect fully Invite the attention of tho public. These gocds havo been selected with great care, and cannot ba surpassed for style and workmansh'p. We will sell at prices to Buit the times. Call soon and secure bargains. M. S. CHAPSKY & BROS., 227 Main street. . Aetrhb Kobertson'j Ensircaa College The use of Hall's Vegetable SIcillian Hair Eenewer not only restores the hair to its natural color, but gives it a soft and healthy look. ' Go TO Irtddln's Business Colleg j. ADDITIONAL KlTER BSFOS'JS Nasevillb, May 17 River is fall In?, 17itd 52 eet on tne shcals". .VtCKSBtKfJ, Iy 17. River falling, 44 feet ? inche. Up: Katie Kountz. Weather vo;y wariTJ St. Louis, May 17. The river has fallen 12 inches. Weather cloudy and sultry, with a heavy ttcrm tbia evening; it is now cooler. Arrived: Maude, VickBburg. STEAMBOATS, FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. V. H. M nil For iccolo, new Mfwlriif, ntchiuari, Cairo nail Si. tJttls. Bteamer CITY OF HELENA, MCb.ee master J Lewes FRIDAY, Mny llth, at 5 p.m. aDi HrORM, Sup't Mississippi River Flevator Compssv, FOR VICKSBURG. nemphls ana St. Lottl Fnchet Corap'y tr. S. Stall I.las. For Vloksburg and all Way Landings. Steaner CAPITOL CITY, O'Nell master Leaves FRIDAY, May 13th, at 10 a.m. AD. STORM, Snp't Mississippi River K'evator Company FOR NEW ORLEANS. For Vicksburg, Natchez, New Orleans, and all Way and Bend Landings. Chas. Morgan, .ssSS A. Q. Stein .. ma&ter Will leave Gienn'a Wharf boat THURSDAY, May ISth, at p va. R.P. GLUNN, Agent, on Wharf boat. FOR CINCINNATI. Mempnis and Ohio River Packet Company Old Reliable for Cairo, Jfivansvllle, Louis ville and Cincinnati. The elegant pjssenger steamer Sir. VINT. SHINKLE J. Kennlston, cartatn W. F. Mclntyre clerk. Will leave FRIDAY, May 19th, at 5 p.m- The elegant side-wheel steamer ANDY BAUM 1L J. Vinton, captain M. M. Deem.. clerk. Will leave T0E3DAY. May 23d, at 5 p.m. Through tickets to Boston, $11; New York, J30; Philadelphia, I2S; Baltimore, t25. For freight or passage apply on board or to R. W. LIOHTBURNE. wnp't. 296 Front st. LEE AISK. FOR CHICOT & ARKANSAS CITY. Regular Semi-Weekly Napoleon, Chicot and Bends and U. S. Mall Packet For Helena Fri ara Point, Terrene, Prentiss, Napoleon, Chicot, and all Bend Landings. Str. Idle wild, j Btaok Lee.....jn aster 1 Ed. R. Thomas... clerk Leaves Memphis every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY of each week at 5 o'clock p.m. Especial attention given to all way busi ness. Collections promptly attended. For freight or parage apply to J. T. WASHINGTON. A cent. Xf Front st CHEEK LINE. For YleltsbnrK nsd all Way ZiSBdlogs. The elegant steams; Mark R. CheekmastsT Joe. 8peora.olerk Leaves Memphis overy TUESDAY at G nan., connecting with steameia and railroads lornew urieana. The Illinois makes close connections with the Chicot railroad, the Parisott line for points on Yazoo river, ond tho R. 12. Lee for Kew Or leans. For Napoleon, 3ielea, rrlnro i'olut end The elegant steamer A. cf . White, Georgo Malonemaster I A JL. Cnmm Ins, clerk Iisavea MONDAYS and THUi.BOAYP,5pjn Helena and Eenda Trl-Veckly Fncttct. -xne elegant ana neet siue-wiieci steamer Qeo W. iseek,& Nat. 8. Gren master D. P. 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Peters A t u are rcspcr.. fully requested to make lnimedlate payment to him. Memphis, May 13. IWU HBWTIRKr. "THE HttTBRS," 309 TVIo.23. Strooti JIeinnrla, Trap, PKOPCBAX,?. 0 C01MTO1 T t mranv uruj MAY 11. 1ST- i .awkiu.i.iioi, .oricran t OFjricEoraTA - --, LN pursuance of an order V?:? V??;?' Trustefs of the S ate L. nB" A-f?' mdeonthe - day of May.lW. '"I?.". vertlse for proposals to coin pleto , A the new wing ot the Lunatic .Vsyiv the roof, lay the floors, put In and "-7 wtndows.and place the gutwnogarcu. ,'--B wing, etc., according to the plans andspv 'r cations to be turnLsaed by the Board ct Ti , tees and Died with the Secretary of the Ecan But the eontract will only be awarded t tu-S contractor as shall agree la hw prcp-saJ t take the following property and mateilaj, belonging to tbe building fund of sa.d Asy lum, at a price to be staled 1 n r he propa-iaf , to wlt: A klm of brick estimated at 2 O.tCC, e.CC -feet of lumber, SO loads of sand, 1'J lion win dow-sllls, 230 cords of wool, 8 muier. 3 wssoss and harness 1 cart and harness, 1 pair trace chains, 1 pair names, 1 lorce-pump, 1 i-,",'--" pump, 300 feet Inch Iron p.pe, I mud wheel. 11 brlck-icoulds, IS iron Cn:-p-ers, 14 wheelbarrows, 3 mouldlng-tat::i trussels, etc 1 ladder, 12 shovels. 1 Epatleta hoes, 3 pick , 1 gruboing h e, ji wlsicw framrs, 8 buckets 2 chisels, 2 augers, 1 t:ic-J-saw,3 trowels, 1 hatchet. 12 ho-jBibr".-i a-I mortar), 3 scrapers, 1 sifter. 1 splnt-Ievc . O pounds nails. The payment under re cna tract is to bo made by tbe Board on tho ccn pletlonof the work un Jertaksn. Therth: reject any and ail bids will te reserve r. the contractor will be reqtur d to g vo a bc.--to be approved by the Board of Trus'ees 3 hc penalty of ten thousand dollars. comi::.c-cd for the faithful performance of the contract and completion of the work by tbe 1st day cr October next. The contractor shall al to entitled touse the brickyard belonging oh-:.!. Aylum for the purpose of mak.ng tha ccccs tary brick. Propoals wilt be received till IslSatnrdai' of June, 1S76. W. L. HEMMINUWAT my!6 Ex Otllc'o Treasurer anil Sc.- clary. SDPCATIOiWAIf. SOTJTHElcn KUHE SCKOOI., 197 AND 199 N. CMARI.ES ST , FALT13t03E, Ml. Established 1M2. Boaidlns and liny nohoul for Yaane Lndles. Fall session begins 3d Wednesday lnSeptemb'r Tin.ir,oi.i Mr. and Mrs. Wilson M Carey Principals j Mr Generai Jolm pcgram. French, the language spoken. To accommodate parties visiting tho l tennlal, young laules may bo entercl ptlcr cj the beginning of scnoo rm. ray I- cod SUHMSR S-ESRT. TUB Blontsoinery Wnlte Snlnar eprlnx-. are located In the county ct Montgomery, Virginia, In a beiutlfjl val:cy 1S0O feet above th level of tbe aea, amidst tho grand scenery of the Blue Ridge and Alle ghany Mountain?, and will, on the First li.y or Jane fesf, -ened for the reception of guest Ther, 2 jj are reached by a continuous Railway, spriMoj "is viltors In the reception houeta which Iit'w - the lawn. A ne branch nar tne entert7 ,,i afloids our guests the ccm-row-gneraI.'j ce of H eptlns fror: ca lort and coaven.'sra. , a lew moments being car to Ihe othfcf, PJ gs grounds, safelv landed on tnttl.. nrin,s CoEi ,., THE WATER-J or tes r ,f nefnd a-o Sulphur. Chalybeate, aDd Fr " 80--- extensively known lor their 1 jelt- f'.j","" tea. THE MONTGOMERY Wil l- " most spacious wato fug plaee In theat2v ' -r" commodatlng at leart .000 anes-s. 'rh fcu:. Ings aro beautiful In ccslgc, combining els ranco wltn comfott1 are thoroughly vct--laud. and In perfect repair; they surround a splendid grass-covered lawn, dotted witlj fountains, and traverted by a limpid brcck with sparkUpg water falls, and shaded by tht ash, the sugar, and theniapla. The grounds are dry, sweet, and healihful, tho drainage being perfect. Tho usual sources ot amuse ment are provided -Ten Tin-, Billlardi, Cro quet, Boating, Fishing, Hunting, Walks, Drives, BaUs, Etc., make op the pleasures ot the day. Express. Post, Teleziaph and Ticket oH:t are lonnd here. The Bar Is unsurpassed Tho splendid Naval Acadtmy Bandol Annapo::. Maryland, has been engaged. A farm cf CX'i aerea and an extensive gardeu furnish aa abundant supply of vegetables mlik and but ter. Ice In great abundanc' Is secured. TERMS Per day Si; per week, J17. per month. f50. Children under un cars, anc servants, half price. For any three ccusecn tlve months, ll5 per month. COLKOUN & rOW AN A CARD. Having seen Itgteatly torn-, ad vantage to sever my connection with the Alio, ghany Springs, where I have resided for th last ten yean-, and to accept the position or Resident Physician at the Montgomery VV hite, it will afford me pleasure to see my old friends here, wnere I hope to be able in macy ways to add to their happiness and comfort. myl4 fSAAC WHITI. ARTiFICIAIi STONE. AETIFIGiAL STONE 00, ARE now fully prepared to f urni?h, at short notice, of their own manufacture; Stone Blerr, Chimney Fines and Tops; Stone Hearths, Flagglnjc Cnrb'ug; Stone Fenclny, Carriage atepi. "Va- And Cemetery WorU f all kinds. SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY. ALL WORK GUARANTEE! . Give this new Home Enterprise your llberr I patronage. Offlce and Yard : Ws b. : 101 Union Strecr. I.nr-ItKY. ltlnr. SAIL HAKSHS. 95 Camp St, w Pct:iu3, New Orlea: COPARTIUERSE2P. COPARTNERSHIP. THE undersigned have this day formed partnership, under the name an! stylo cf Miles, Ely fc Co.. to do bnalneas as CJttca Brokers and Dealers in Cotton. In the c.'rcf Memphis. JOHN R. MILt'. TMAIJ. a fcLY. May 8, 1S76. If. F. LOBINSON JOHN R. MILES. THAI) R ROBINaON. ELV HARRY F. MILES, SLY & 00. COTTON BROKERS, flice- -SO 5oiat HU COMMISSIONER SALES COMMISSI oir- REAL ESTATE, No. 783, N. R. D. Secoud Chancery Court of ouwiuj cuuuiy, Aeuoewee. a. f. Anaerson, Commissioner of Revenue, vs. J. P. Caruth era et a!. Pursuant to a decree for sain untuml in ih aliove stated cause In the Channarr tV-.-;rt rf Shelby county, on the asth day of April, 1C, recorded in Minute Book 11, page 375, 1 will, oa Saturday, Haj 27, 187G, within legal hours, in front of the courtiorsa In the city of Memphis, sell the followlnp tmI estate, or so much thereof as may be neces sary to satisfy the amount of State, counly and city taxes adjudged agalnt the same and all costs, to the highest bidder, for cash, to-wit Lying In Shelby county, Tennessee, and known as part of lot (2) two, In block No. 2i, In the city of Memphis, and bonniip lows, to-wlt: Beginning at a stake Tr1, feei north from the northeast corner of t-o Inter section or Shelby and Talbot streets running thence east and parallel with Talbot areet lj) feet to a stake; thence north 75 feet to a stake -thence west 10 teat tr sh nrn , .'. south with east line of Shelby stree; 75 fee: to the beginning. This May 8. lfts. B. P. ANDERSON, , . . , . Commissioner of Itevenua. John Johnston, Attorney. mj6sal E3,La.