THE AOilMJPHIS DAILY APPEAL -FEIDAY, JUJSTE 21, 1878.
A X X IT X C K3I KXTH.
Ja1jc or the rimlnnl Court.
"O T. SCKL'JtiS 1 c;:rtlunte for J ad of the
L . CrtMln.il Court nf sii'll-y county, at the truiu-
1 1 lC AUZUftt Hm 'lutl.
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cnli! lie fr I' i if hf jtstf r. 1 ntn in-
nuuil wltii lh 1iiii-. i.r lh:it crtloe. nnil con-Ul-T
mjself roiiippb-ut to Iti-ir fiviuiiul dlm-Imrtce. I ak
iv.ir stiffnucra toiuy" I n-l liie pol'l".n. Many of
j i nave known nin as a cmM:uit rldent hiiikiik
;! for over lhlixy-e!i.'iit j -ant. '1 o such I fe-l tli.it i
l rt no. recoinmenUlUm; ai d to you I conttdently
i-ler thime no limy nut kim me. or mj ijualltlca
llins. for the iKWlilotu Very rtrtJuIl.
June 13. k;. fcAlI. M. iATr.3.
For Clerk of ilr county Court
'fir b. WALDKAN it a cndlriate for Cle1t of the
V County court, at tlie eii-iulntc August election
ji!Jjert lo the Imlrprndf nt tr of stielby county.
Al I'M 1121 KM TH.
AT OLYMPIC PARK,
rKIDAV, JVMK XI. IH7S.
Purse. S2. Mil heat. H In .", to harness and
to rule. los -d Ith four entries.
Mr. I'll. enters s. a. Kowdy.
Mr. Ks' ent-rs b. in. .
Mr. Kennedy enters b. ni. .
Mr. htanlon enter s. b. Jee.
IW1 t't at 4o'cl AdmUHlon. 5eehis; liidles
free Tleit-ts call be had lit IVPTi's hat Jtore, un
ler PelM It hotel, and at the iMU-u
Porl will he wild at the I'fjbotty hotel THIS
.VKMSi, at H o'clock.
I'KTFR TRACY. 8creUry.
TONSIKI B T. C. COLKRE.
L Professor of Mod'-rn Lainruac and Belle Arts,
1 tireixued lo teach trench, uennan and Italian
also, Iirawlna and Palnttnir on a new method. In the
very hortent time. Also, will tfve Instructions In
4ymnastlc Fxerclses. ;ch as Kencln. Danclnn and
Auxin, on the most s-!entltlc principle. Having
procured Mrs. Rice's d'.uble-rior. at Kast Court
K'reet. No. KKt, near Court tviuare, I will be happy
to see applicants from v o'clock a.m., for further
IL P. WE3TUKOOK,
M COI RT STRKET.
12 HORSE ENGINE AND BOILER Cora
Vy plete, cheap.
UEO. T. TWKEOy,
2V4 Second street.
TMUBiM BL'LL One ftni young Imrham Bull
YJ or will exchange for fat cattle or milch cows,
In good order. . j. hiiomik.
802 Front street.
r OT-On the northeast comer of Union and Wel-
.Li llngton streets. Apply to
MRS. HOPTON. R3X Shelby street.
O smut-machlue and portaule grist mill, at Con-
cord street Mills, corner of Main street.
T7MNK FARM of H50 acres, near Randolph, Tenn.;
1 1 well Improved; on good term. KoriurtDerln
formatlon Imi'ibeof W. M. DEiXtS. on the place.
-JEW SLOON FRONT 14 feet high and 20
LN feet long, and a great variety of old Building
M.itertais sasii. doors, iron snuuers, store-doors,
eto., cheap; want to get them out my way.
82rt BECOND STREET.
rTOUisE Hood l-lory frame dwelling-house and
LL lot on bcbols St.: very lime money required.
Apply 2WI Main sr. bi t km r hikscm. Agent.
WO COWS On Sunday, June Iflth, two cows;
one rellow-hrown. wltti laive tu't or hair be
tween the horns: the other, dark-brown, feet and
tall-end and face white. Five dollars will be paid
for their return f Tl Kront street.
f OW and CALK On Monday. Juna 17th. a red
cow. with white stmt on bag, and right ear split;
had on bell. Also, a white calf, about three months
old, with a few red spot. A liberal reward for their
return to JOHN C. KRENKKL,
213 Carolina street, Kort Pickering.
110031S A3S BOARD.
DESIRABLE front rooms and good board,
at Mrs. ANDERSON'S, rS9 Jefferson st
jOOMS AND BOARD
at 85 Adams street.
OOARD For good board call at
JJ 65 Pnlon street.
KouMS First-class meals furnished. If desired
Inquire at No. 18H MnMon street.
rMWO reliable MEN and two LADY AGENTS
ary or co
L Catholics preferred; good salary or commission.
COLLIER. 873 Main street.
OALK9MEN To cany. In addition to their own
I. 7 lliie. samples from a manufacturer of White
Slilrta of all grades, and F lannel Underwear. Pilots
close. Commission liberal. Address
SHIRTS, care Drawer DD. Philadelphia P. O.
PIW BOARDERS wishing to go Just outside the
I ' city to a cool, healthy place, can get good Doaru
and pleasant rooms by a 'dressing BOAhU, Appeal.
AGENCY We desire to establish a general agency
in Memphis or vicinity, to control the sales of
a staple article of dally consumption. Any ener
getic man. with a f-mall capital, may secure a peiin
anent, paying business.
F'or particulars address
JCmi'ikk Manufacturing Company,
1K-J Fulton xtreet. New Yoik.
WOO DCHOPPF.RS Immediately. 20 good cord
wood and stave woodi-hoppers. Apply at
Wood ofllce. on the levee, foot of Beale street.
PUPILS Lady and rr?nt pupils for the BANJO.
Address, staling where to call. BRIDGE, Appeal.
AKE A second-hand Iron safe. Apply to
.1. K MiHiHK.nl Friedman Bros
AiPLKNUIlI OPPOKTCMTY to Win
Fortune. Seventh (irand Dl.strlbutlon. 1878,
at JHew UrleanH. Tuesday, July Din.
IXriMIAIVTA STATE LOTTEKY CO.
This Institution was resnlarly Incorporated by the
Legislature of the state for Educational and Charita
ble purposes In lhtts, wlln a capital of SI ,0r0.00t.
to which It has since added a reserve fund of S3n0,
OOO. Its WranU Htngle) Xiimbrr IHwtrl
butiona will take place nmntlily on the second
Tuelay. It nnrr imiitx or portiivucs. Look at the
following Distribution :
CAPITAL. ntlZE, :to,ooo.
lOO.fiOO Tickets, at each I Half Tickets SI.
LlriT O PRIZES:
1 Capital Prize $30,000
1 Capital Prize 10.100
1 Capital Prize fi.OiiO
2 Prizes of f;2.r00 ft.OOO
K Prizes of 1000 5.000
2 J Prizes of 5K 10,0(M)
100 Prizes of 100 10,(H-0
200 Prizes of 50 10,000
5O0 Prizes of 20 10.0M1
1000 Prizes or 10 10,000
9 Approximation prizes or 300 2.7O0
Approximation Prizes of 200 1,K0
0 Approximation Prf zee of 1 00 UoO
1K57 Prizes, amounting to 9110 4O0
Responsible corresponding egenta wanted at all
prominent points, to whom a liberal compensation
will be paid. Application for rates to clubs should
only be made to the Home Ollloe in New Orleans.
Write, clearly stating full address, for further In
formation or send orders U) Jl. A. OA l fil I V
P. O. Uax Itew Orleaxin.tjv.or at N'j.
rt West Court St., Memphis, Tenn.
All our Grand Extraordinary Drawings are under
the supervision and iiiapec-?meut of ukkkhals. Q.
T. BEAl"RKARt and JUBAL A. EARLY
E. C. MOSBY. formerly with Mosby, Hunt 4 Co.
E. T. STARKE, late Slanlon k S.arke.
304 Front St..
(Mosby A Hunt BijOck),
Memphis, : : : : Tennessee.
UNDER the above style we have formed a copart
nership to conduct a
and respectfully solicit of our planting friends, and
the public generally, a portion of their patronage.
MOSBY, STARKE 4 CO.
tV Referring to the above. I take pleasure In In
troducing my aoo and his new firm to my old patrons
and the trading public, and Join them In soliciting
a portion ol your buslne. S. M ?"'"
HILT HAKHV MM;
Jleaapkla White Klverand Ulark Hirer
V. H. Bail Packets.
For Indian Bay, St. Charles. Clarendon, Derails
Bluff, Dee Arc, Aiusta. Jacksonport, West Point,
Searcy, Batesvllio, Powhaoan and Poeahonus,
The elegant paawger steamer
M. B. Harry masicr.
Leaves memphls, on and after July 13th, every
SATURDAY, at 5 p.m., connecting direct with the
new Black River U. S. Mail Packet MILT HARRY
for Pewbaltan and Pocahontas, and with Dally
Packets to BaXerfvllle and Upper White river.
Through rues lo all points.
Freight conilgned to Ml t Harry Line. Memphis or
Terrene, will he promptly forwarded.
J. T. WASHINGTON, Ag't, R. K. Lee WharfboaC
W. C HARRY, office B. . Lee WharfboaL
1 1 rooms.
r brick dwelling. 34 Mulberry;
si l KM flt HIKSCH. Agent.
I XL3-To or three rooms In a-tory brick
l dwtf ling, ill vt hlrmtvn. Apply at residency.
I JICMC AND B ICE Til CK The Olymrlc Park
J. and kictt-Tnirk. rr the city, on Memphis
una koulsvllie KHlirn.id. is lit excellent condition
has a tine pasture. A i-i-ly to
JOHN liORMAN. near the Park.
OOTTAfiE Of 7 munis, kh and water. No. 84H
V ' Lndei'P-.le. Apply lo .no. 15 Court street.
(XJTTA'iK A frame cottage, with lour rooms,
y newlT ii:!)y.ni v'h all modern convenience.
Al'P'r at North SNir1 Mrwt.
r 0CK ETBOOK Red Morocco, containing SI 4 In
I change anil two phot'-grat-hs. Lost between
N'.". 1 enloehou-e and c .rner lieSoto and Elliott
streets i luder will l.-.ave It at this ofllce and be re
700 BOXES LEMOXS, 15c A D0ZE
300 barrel! Silrer-.Voon Floor. 25
200 barrels Choice Family Flour. 88 00
barrels SelMIislnjr Flour.
Flour.... 8 7 00
100 tcs. Magnolia Ham?, Packers' prices
25 tcs. Other Brands Hams Cheaper.
1000 packages Fairbank's Lard.
OLIVER, FINNIE& CO
LOCAL L'AU A(3 KAPHS.
Weather -warm, yet pleasant.
SpuriouB nickels are afloat in large num
bei8. To-day the chancery court wi!l entertain
The general council will meet ajrain this
This is ambrosial June the time for
Fourth of July orators are in demand
The retail trade of Memphis is exceed
Church-school river excursions are the
rA(;e at present.
The "fly cods" have had an easy time of
it for several weeks.
Buttermilk is a favorite beverage at pres
ent the buttermilk.
The serui-annual meetintr of the DeSoto
lodge takes place to-night.
When will Lead mine and Dexter make
that much talked of race?
Madame lima Do Murska and her pet
birds left last night for Nashville.
The big races this afternoon at Olympic
park will attract a large number from among
our beBt citizens.
Base-ball is a game wherein ambition is
pitted again t-t p. rspiration but the latter
always makes the home-run.
At the Shelb? circuit court yesterday the !
following divorce petitions were filed:- Geor
gia Wood ts. William Wood, and Mary J.
Baker V8. George Baker.
The long day are drawing to a close.
The twenty-fitth will be the longest day in
tne year; after that tae suadow will grow
less on this eartu. ot ours.
At Atlanta, Georgia, among the colored
folks, there is so much interest taken in the
rel gious revival business that the white peo
ple can get no waging done,
The "beerytoc" singers who wake up
the putter echoes near the Appeal omce,
nightly, ara request ;d to let up, go out
in the country, or hire a hall.
Fair Luna and Jupiter have been in con
junction of late. Jupiter can now be seen at
midnight skipping away irom Luna in a
southwesterly direction, bound lor Texas prob
ably. Those who havu subscribed to assist Mr.
Tracy to get up the coming grand Fourth of
July display of fireworks, can obtain pro
grammes from him to send to their country
The June number of the Masonic Jewel,
A. J. Wheeler, editor and publisher, has
been placed on our table. It is full of inter
esting matter, which will be eagerly read by
From the farm of A. A. Moore. Buntvn
Station, comes a specimen of red-top clover
five feet in length. The land will produce
three tons of clover to the acre if properly
There will be an excursion on the steam
er Hattie Xowland on Monday evening, June
24th, under the direction of tne ladies of the
St. Mary's aid society. Admission, twenty-
In North Mississippi the crops are look
ing very well; the continued showers during
lait week, however, have eiven the farmers
something to do. No cotton-blooms yet, but
plenty ot roasting-ears.
Memphis has a greater number of fine
Pinging mockingbirds than any city in the
Union. 1 be buds mock all other birds, call
up dogs, police, etc., and occasionally create
a fire alarm by sounding four long and shrill
Just received, Atlantic Monthly and
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly for July;
JIarper's Weekly woil Clipper; also No. 47
Beadle's Half-Dime Library Nightingale
Sat, at Dickens's "Curiobity Shop," No. 25
On the third of Jaly next will expire the
time for the redemption of lands sld for
State and county taxes for 1875. If not re
deemed, Mr. Weatherford, the agent of the
State, will take possession of said property,
and the owners will lose all title to the same.
There will be a temperance meeting at
St. John's Methodist Episcopal church, cor
ner of Lauderdale and Vance streets, to
night at eight o'clock. Dr. Sim will read an
essay upon inebriety from a medical stand
point. Dr. Slater will also deliver an ad
dress. Good music will be presented.
Yesterday afternoon a negro aged nine
teen years, named Jonn Askew, while wash
ing in "olf river, near the saw-mills, acci
dentally kOt into deep water and was drowned.
A white man, by diving, recovered the body
in ten feet of water, but life was extinct.
Esquire G. B. Askew held an inquest on the
body, and the jury returned a verdict of death
Nashville has its dose of politics in pros
pective. The Banner says : "There are more
candidates for delegates to the county con
vention than ever was known in this county.
It seems that the friends of every candidate
are trying to fix a ticket in every ward and
district in the interest of their man. The
contests promise to be red-hot on the after
noon and night of the third of July."
Galveston Xetrs: Galveston is simply
doing nothing. She is just about as inert as
a wet rag. ny stranger passing over the
city would be apt to ask the question, how do
all these people live? The city does not even
produce an ax-handle. There was a broom
factory some years, ago, but that gave out.
There 13 net a tan-yard in the place, nor a
wagon shop, nor .a cotton or a woolen-mill,
nor an oil-seed factory, nor the vestige of a
place where a pound of bone-dust or oil-cake
could be produced; in fact, the city is destitute
of all pretensions to either wealth or progress
in the domain of manufacture.
Among sporting men the race between
Moliie M'Carthy and Tenbroeck, which will
come off on the Fourth of July, at Louisville,
is the great sensation. Mr. Theo. Winters,
of California, the owner of Mollie M'Carthy,
is boldly throwing down the gauntlet to the
renowned Tenbroeck, and meeting him to
do battle upon his own ground. The match
will attract thousands to Louisville. Many
from the golden gates of California, from the
north, the east, south and west, will assemble
tojriee the queen of the Pacific slope fight her "
battle for turf supremacy with the king of
Little Rock Gazette. 19th: "The Quarter-
past two morning train, on the Memphis and i
Little Kock road uia not reacn mis city unui
about ten o'clock yesterday morning. The
d'jlay was caused by running into a tree-top,
which had been blown across the track. The
engine ran ott the track, but did not turn
over, the speed twin ; only about six miles an
hour, and many of the passengers did not
know of the bccideut nntil morning. It oc
curred about four miles from the city."
At twelve o'clock lt night a fire broke
out in the grocery store of Mis. B. Living
Rone, sihnted n the corner of DrSoto and
Elliott streets. The building, a frame one,
was destroyed. It belonged to Mr. William
Davidson. There was eleven hundred dol
lars insurance on the stock of goods. The
loss was about total. The cause of the fire
was accidental. The engines had scarcely
ceased work on the above fire when another
one broke out in the northern part of the
city, to which the fire boys sped with their
usual alacrity, and soou extinguished. We
could learn no paiticulara of the last fire,
owing to the lateness ef the hour.
Madame Pommdour'n Garter is the
name or a new, thrilling and historical ro
mance of the reign of Louis XV, by Gabrielle
de St. Andre, now in press and to be pub
lished in a few days by T. B. Peterson &
Brothers. Philadelphia. It is a romance of
the days of Madame Pompadour, is a story
of love, intrigue and facts, and wil no doubt
prove to be one of the most popular and suc
cessful novels that have appeared in print for
vears. for its Daees will be courted and
perused by all that are fond of a thoroughly
good novel, for its great and absorbing inter
est. It will bi issued in uniform style and
price with Theo, Kathleen, Gabrielle and
Miss Crespigny, published by the same firm.
A celebrated English physician says that
pedestrian exercise particularly exhausts the
spind and brain, and is, therefore, the kind
of exercise least suited to intellectually hard
working men. It is on this account that
horseback exercise is the kind of medicine it
is the horse having the fatigue, and the
rider the exercise. To sufficiently jar and
agitate the liver and other internal organs for
some convalescents, the legs and loins must
be overworked. The thorough shake-up
which is got in the saddle is without effort,
or with the effort of only such muscles as can
best afford it; and the student-rider comes
back with' physical forces relreshed, besides
the exhilaration of movement for the spirit
and the change of mind.
Holly Springs (Miss.) South, 19th: "On
Monday last a collision occurred between
twelve and one o'clock in the afternoon, near
Cohen's old mill, twelve or thirteen miles
southeast of Holly Sorings, between B. A.
. r 1 Ti TT11 1 1-1 li 1
Mooay ana ojoc nouana, wnicn resulted in
the death of Holland. The circumstances
attending the difficulty at the time of its oc
currence are unknown, except from the state
ment of the father ot Moody, who was not
present, and who only reports the statement
of his son. That is, that Moody was walking
away from his shop, toward Cohen b mil),
which was near by, when he unexpectedly
met Holland in the road that Holland said
to him that he was going to whip him, and
got off of his horse for that purpose, and
picked up a stick of wood, with which he ad
vanced on him and struck two blows at him,
one grazing his lace and the other received
on the arm. He had by that lime, or before,
an open barlow knife in his hand, and com
menced cutting Holland in self-defense. Hol
land, after receiving several blows from the
knife, retreated some sixty yards and lay
down, where he was found dead that even
ing. Moody has absented himself. Before
leaving that evening, he is said to have
hauled two loads of wheat to the mill to be
thrashed. At an inquest held by our coro
ner, Mr. Clem Read, it appeared th-tt Hol
land had been cut in four places, one of which
entered near the region of the heart. The
verdict of the coroner's jury was that the de
ceased came to his death at the hands of B.
Me. E. J. Madigan, of the Western
Watchman, published at St. Louis, Missouri,
is in the city on business.
Mrs. E. J. M'Grottt and children left
for the north on Tuesday evening by the
steamer Andy Baum.
Captain Johx Mitchell, traveling agent
of Meacham & Co., is in the city again with
ia friends, whose name is legion.
(JijciNNATr JLnqutrer: "signer ievivo
writes that the DeMurska grand operatic
combination is now holding n musical festival
in Memphis wtih great success. It comprises
DeMurska, Brignoli, Susim, Mr. Makin, with
a splendid baritone voice, and Mr. Hill, a fine
pianist and organist. Signor DeVivo says he
will probably make arrangements with the
Music hall, where he guarantees to give the
best vocal concert yet giveu in that magnifi
Galveston Xeu-s, 5th : "At eight o'clock
last evening, at the k itst Presbyterian church,
by Kev. Dr. Bunting, Mr. It. IS. Spangler,
one ot the compositors on the iXews, was
married to Miss Mattie Brand. Quite a crowd
ot mutual mends were present to witness the
nuptials, and wish the happy couple a pleas
ant voyage across the waters on which their
bark was launched. Air. bpangler is a
brother of the well-known Main street news
dealer, and was at one time a compositor on
Chancery Court Morgan, Judge.
This is motion day.
Criminal Court lUogwood. Judge.
The following cases are set for trial to-day:
No. 33, Eliza Gilham and Peter Gilham; 58,
Bob Church; 60, Emma Gray and Andrew
Tolbert; 63, Fred Davis; 75, Maria Coleman;
78, C. Reinig; 79, Henry Owens, alias Isaac
Jamison; 81, James Conrey; 89, Louis Beau
rer; 1534, Alice Filmont and Lizzie Robinson;
342, Willie Washington ; 343. Daniel Vaughn ;
346; John Angelo; 356, Theodore Brown;
365, Mary Callahan and Thomas Callahan;
369, Billy Dunn: 370, Bob Brown; 377, Wm.
Wallace; 402. Charles White; 408, Virginia
Walker; 414, Owen Davnej ; 422, John Avery;
428 and 427, Marshall Horton; 432, Ann Vin
cent and Alex Franklin; 452, Maggie Butler;
466, Mrs. Dwyer; 515, Henry Nelms; 519,
Grace Edwards; 531, Malinda Robinson: 594,
Mary Buckner; 596, R. Clark; 599. J. M.
Berry; 580, Cal Richardson; 610 and 611.
Circuit Court Helshell, Judge.
The following cases are for trial to-day:
4010, Smith vs city of Memphis; 4053, Bel
cher vs Greenlaw; 4160, Mathews vs South
ern life insurance company; 4178, Hix vs
Jones; 3121, Williams vs Anderson, admin
istrator; 3122, W llliams vs Anderson, admin
istrator: 4258, Clements et al. vs Douglass:
4294, Benson vs DeBar; 4367,Tighe vs Smith
et al.; 439, Freedinan's saving and trust
company vs Marsh; 4399, Bennett vs Selisr-
man ec Vo.; 44(A), Johnson vs southern lite
insurance company : 4404, Schaper. tax-col
lector, vs Hanson; 4466, O'Donnell vs Paine:
4477, Posey vs James; 4539, Stockley et al.
vs bearcy; 4oW), Humphreys vs Memphis and
Charleston railroad company; 4716, Griffin vs
rowlkes et al.; 4.Z-5, Lmted states, use. vs
Tomeny et al.; 4744, Lawhorn, administrator,
vs Williams; 47o0, Kobmson vs itoss; 559.
Clark, Johnson & Co. vs Wooldndge: 4767,
Walker vs Green; 4008, Williams vs Wools.
MosonTO bars, all kinds, cheaD at W. K.
Thixtou's, 256 Second street.
New and attractive designs in undertakers'
goods at Thorns & Speers, 209 Mam street.
E. Buttbick & Co.'s fashion sheets and
patterns for July received by J. B. Aldrich.
254 Second street.
Parties owning or wishini? to purchase
Wilson sewing-machine, or the aenuine
needles, parts or attachments for the same,
will find it to their interest to go to the
White and Willcox & Gibes office. No.
44 North Court street.
L. w. STOKELY.
Last Memphis manager for the Wilson b. 31. Co.
Fro.h Prof. E. Bridger, chemist, Montreal:
I know of no preparation affording
so much nutriment, and none which builds up
the constitution so readily and effects such per
manent aud positive cures as Colden's Lie-
big s liquid extract of beef and tonic lnvigor-
ator. W. N. WILKERSON A CO.,
The Wilson Sewing-Machixes; also
needles, oils, parts and attachment, will
hereafter be kept by the undersigned. Wil
Bon machines needing repairs will receive
prompt attention. J. b. aldrtch.
Zo- oecona sireu
N. B. F. E. Keenan. late of Wilson office.
will be found at above address.
A Couple or Sprightly Trots at Lexing
ton Pittsburg; Pitched against To
ronto in a Single-Scull Dash
for the Championship
Base-Ball Scores by Yesterday's Tele
graph Dispatches Games of Interest
Kecently Played Stray Squibs
on the Fly.
The Lexington Trots.
Lexixgton, Ky., June 20. Trotting races
First Race. Purse, 300. For four year
colts and fillies. Tip Bruce's Mambrino
Hippy, by Garrard Chief, 1, 1, 1; S. H. and
Geo. Offutt'sjMickey Dowd, by Cazique, dis
tanced; Isaac Smith tfe Bro.'s Humboldt,
by Stocking's Chief, 2, 2, 2. Time 2:39l4,
Second Race. Purse, $500. For horses
that have never beaten 2:50. Geo. Allsow
yer's bay horse, Jno. Clay, by American Clay,
7 distanced ; Jas. Long's gray mare, Gracie
Goodman, by Pocock, 1, 2, 3, 3; Kellar &
Thomas's brown mare, Filamore, by son of
TomjHal, 6 distanced; H. Simons'a chestnut
gelding, Pompy, by Shave-tail, 5, 4, 4, 0;
G. H. Brasfield's Belle of Long Island, by
Revenge, distanced; J. A. Faras's brown stud,
Bushwhacker, by Joe Hooker, 2, 1, 1, 1; H.
Traynor's brown mare, Fannie, by Mambrino
Tatchen, 4, 5, 5, 4; Macey Bro.'s bay gelding,
Cleveland, by Ned Forrest, 3, 3, 2, 2. Time
2:31, 2:29, 2:30, 2:31.
The Chester Park Meeting.
Cincinnati, June 20. Tho entries to the
Chester park trotting races, which commence
July 2d, closed to-day. Among the horses
entered are Proline, Little Gipsy, Deception,
Calmer and Magenta.
OX TIIK WAVE.
The Single-Scull at Pittsburg.
Pittsburg, June 20. The single-scull
race between Evan Morris, of this city, and
Edward lianlon, ot lorocto, will take place
on the Hulton course, twelve miles above this
city, at halt-past tour o clock this afternoon
The weather is all that could be desired; the
river has been steadily falling, and excepting
tae switt current the course will be very ta'
vorable. A telegram from Hulton, at ten
this morning, states that the watr is as
smooth as glass. Morris is in fine condition
the pain in his side, resulting from his last
race with George Brown, no longer troubles
him, and he is probably a better man physi
cally to-day than at any other period of hi9
life. He will row at one hundred and sixty
pounds, in his newspaper boat, built by Wa
ters, of Troy. Hanlon also shows his perfect
training, and expresses bimseli entirely satis
hed with his condition. Lie will pull at one
hundred and fifty pounds, and use his Elliot
City boat. The betting on the race is chiefly
in the pools at the Monongahela house, the
headquarters of the Canadians. Several pri
vate bets were made last night at one thou
sand dollars on tianion to eight hundred on
Morris. In the pools Hanlon sold at fifty dol
lars, and Morris at thirty-nine and forty dol
lars. Special trains will be run on each side
of the river, and the indications are that an
immense throng of people will witness the
DETAILS OF THE RACE.
The five-mile single-scull race between
Evan Morris, of this city, and Edward Han
Ion, of Toronto, for a purse of two thousand
dohars and the championship ot America
was rowed on the Hulton course this after
noon and won by the Canadian by nearly
four lengths. An immense crowd ot people,
estimated at fifteen thousand, witnessed the
race, the banks and hillsides on both sides of
the river being lined with spectators, among
whom were many ladies. Kxcursiou trams
ran up on both sides of the Allegheny all the
evening, and toward hve o clock the excite
ment was very great. Pool-selling at 'the
course was lively, but not much money was
invested, the odds being slightly in favor of
Hanlon. The start, which was advertised for
hve o clock, was not made until five minutes
past six. Both men appeared in excellent
spirits, and were greeted with loud cheering
as they came in sight. Morns wore white and
Hanlon red and blue. It was some minutes
before they got into position, but at ten min
utes after six all was ready. The word was
given and the men got down to their work in
good style. Hanlon took the lead at start
jag, and half a mile from the starting place
wis still ::ne.td and pulling thirty-tour strokes
per micu'e. Morris now made a vigorous
spurt, and us the men passed out of sight
around the bend of the river, was gradually
closing up on his adversary. When the men
came In sight of the-buoy Hanlon was seven
lengths ahead, but before reaching the turn
ing point Morns had gamed two lengths, and
the excitement among the spectators was in
tense. Morris was then pulling thirty-five
strokes to the minute. Hanlon turned the
buoy four lengths ahead, and, despite the ef
forts of the l'ittsburgnr, maintained t his
distance on the home pull, crossing the win-
ning line about four lengths ahead.
Boston Bostons, 5; Cincinnatis, 0.
Cleveland Forest Citys, 5; Eries, 3 ten
Field Notes from All Points.
MILWAUKEE BEATS ITS SUBURB.
Milwaukee, June 18. In the game to-day
between the Uhicagos and tne home club, the
latter secured the lead in the third innins
with two runs. In the fifth inning they scored
a run, but Chicago made tour, this giving
them the advantage, which they improved in
the sixth, scoring one, thus leading the Mil-
waukees by two runs. Ihese were all they
got, however, as they were blanked in the
three last innings, while the home club scored
in each, making a run in each of the sixth
and seventh innings and two in the ninth, thus
beating the visitors by two runs. Peters. Dal-
rymple and Goodman did the best playing for
the winners, start and LLtrbidge distinguish
ing themselveson the visiting side. The reg
ular catcher of the Milwaukees was crippled,
but their heavy batting more than made up
for this deficiency. Chicagos, 5; Milwaukees,
7. Double plays Redmond, Peters and
Goodman. Three-basa hitsGoodman and
Remsen. Two-base hits Dalrymple, Golden
and M'Clellan. Earned runs Milwaukees, 2.
Umpire Furlong. Time Two hours and
THE PLUG-UGLIES AND ROANES.
Chattanooga Times, 19th: The match
game of base-bull played at Cleveland yes
terday, between the Roanes, of Chattanooga,
and the Plug-Uglies, of Cleveland, resulted
as follows: Roanes, 16; Plug-Uglies, 7. The
next game will be played in Chattaaootra cn
the fourth of July.
PEORIA TAKES IN DAVENPORT.
Peoria, June 18. In a game of base-ball
to-day, the Peoria Reds defeated the Daven
ports by 7 to 2. in eleven innings, the Reds
making five runs in the la&t inning. They
play together again at Davenport on Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday.
CINCINNATI ENQUIRER NOTES.
II13 name is Harbidge, and not Harbridge.
as frequently printed.
The Cincinnatis will play at Buffalo on
their way west next Monday.
Those Milwaukee fellows can sometimes
play ball. Yesterday, for instance.
Out of seven games eo far played between
League and International clubs, the latter
have won but one.
It may be said, without fear of contradic
tion, that the BDstons beat the Cincinnatis
Monday by sheer four-to-twoed.
The latest rumor says that Harrv Wrirhr.
will manage the Providence club next season.
lie 11 never let go ot the Bostons.
If the Indianapolis club breaks ud it mav
be charged to the idiocy of the local newspa
pers, which slobber over the team one week
and abuse them another.
The receipts of Monday's Boston wnw
were a little over three thousand dollais, of
which the Cincinnatis will net about nine.
hundred dollars. This is more than any vis
iting club will get from another league city
we wot of in all six games.
Nine bully young men of the Hub
Defeated ihe Pork-packers' club,
Then Harry Wright whooped.
"The'rescoonel! ther'rR KmnnMl'"
And swelled up as big as a tub.
The New Bedforda and Hartfords are ar
ranging to play three games on July 4th. The
nrec win tatte piace in Uostor. at eight o clock,
the second at Taunton at half-nast eleven
o'clock, and the third at Providence at four
o'clock. There's business for vou.
Next week the Cincinnatis plav four srames
in Indianapolis, the Bostons three games in
Chicago, and the Providence club three
games in Milwaukee. The following week
the Bostons and Providence swap r.itien.
while the Indianapolis and Ciocinnatis finish
their series of twelve games in this city. This
will be the Fourth ot July week. They will
be followed by the Boston and Providence
clubs during the two succeeding weeks.
July 21st the Cincinnatis will start on their
Becond and last tour to the east.
ST. JIAKY'.S KCIIOOL.
Interesting Kxereises at the Com
neicrmeit of U. Mary's (Kplsro
lal) ttrbool. which Trans
1 he commencement ot this institution was
had on yesterday. The exercises began with
services and sermon in the cathedral church
sermon by Rv. C. C. Parsons, assisted by
Kev. Messrs. Harris and Gee. Ihe pupils m
procession, with their friends, then moved to
the school hall of the institute. This was
crowded with eager and expectant parents
and spectators really a brilliant array, pnn
cipally ladies. Some sweet music, vocal and
instrumental, was the prelude to the valedic
tory, delivered by Miss Emma Ammonette
The address was so much better than the
usual efforts of this kind that it deserves spe
cial mention. It was beautiful in diction and
really touching in sentiment, and withal ren
dereu in a voice aua manner exceedingly mi
pressive. This 'young lady, as it appeared
after, was the only graduate, and, besides
her diploma, was the recipient of three othe
pnzes, for scholarship, punctuality and de'
portment. As was said very happily by Major
Goodman, on delivering her diploma, Uth
ers have done well, but thou hast excelled
Then followed the address of Major Walter
A. Uoodman. lo those who know him it is
needless to say that it was admirable and
faultless in style and delivery. While replete
with eloquent metaphor and illustration, its
greatest charm consisted in its peculiar fit
ness and adaptedness to the occai-ion. While
teaching lessons of wisdom to the young.
could not fail to sink into the hearts and
minds of the older persons present. At the
close of his address Major Goodman received
the best tribute a speaker can the warm and
loud plaudits of the audience, the young ones
prolonging their applause and appreciation
by clapping bands and waving handkerchiets
Then followed the delivery of prizes and
reading the roll of honor by the rector, Mr
Harris, when all dispersed, charmed with the
exercises of the occasion, aud satisfied that
no more excellent school is conducted in our
midst than this of the Sisters of St. Mary's,
Closing Commencement Exercises of
tt. Agnes and LnSalette Acade
my, Last Might.
At St. Peter's sodajity hall, on Washing
ton street, last mgnt, the annual commence
ment exercises of St. Agnes and LaSaletto
academy took place. The exercises were of a
most interesting character, and were listened
to by a large number ot ladies and gentle
men. The three graduates were Miss Mary
Coyle, Miss Mary Cobb aud Miss Iorantha
Semmes. Their compositions were very fine
Miss Semmes received a great many bouquets
and baskets ot beauutul howers. Ut the
beautiful flowers received by Miss Mary Cobb,
there was a cross four and a half feet in
hightby four feet in width, and was made by
Mrs. Fisher. Miss Coyle also received a food
mauy flowers. Gold medals for superior
conduct was Awarded to Miss loran
tha Semmes, Miss Mary Coyle and Miss Mary
Cobb. The programme was as follows:
March; Welcome socg; The Meeting "Ge
nius ot at. Agnes, Miss Annie Gavin, Ge
nius of LaSalette," Miss Julia Carr; Grand
Overture, trio, Misseg Cobb, lorantha
Semmes, M. Coyle; " Where There's a Will
There's a Way," Little Girls; "Mocking
Cud, trio (two oianosj, Missed J . Toot, G.
Macmurphy, M. Williams, L L. Burgmann,
M. Ojinlau, L. Rutland; "Viva Hibernia,"
solo and chorus, V ocal Class; "Pearl Waltz
es," trio, Misses M. Spelman, K. Mack, A.
uavin; VLa Bayadere, sung ov Miss E.
Eberle. Coronation Scene The crowning of
the graduates for literary merit, Misses Alary
ooyle, iorantha tsenimes, Mary Gobb; "Pen
Wallz." duet. Misses A. Toof, K. Mack;
"The Nightingales," chorus, Vocal Class;
"Lnhigh Polka. ' duet (two pinnos), Misses
D. Zaegcr, A. Gavin, R. Mack, Agnes Gavin;
' Old Roger, the Tinmaker Man," Little
Girls: Composition. "The Billowy Deep,"
miss Mary uoyle; Ueruian bong. Misses L.
Buramunn, D. Zieger, E Eoerle; "The
Storm," instrumental solo, Alias A. Winters;
"Light in the East," VocaliCiafcs; Composi
tion, ' Leaflets from Memory's Tablet," Miss
Mary Cobb; "Ruth and Noeuii." sune bv
Misses H. O'Neil. A. i Winters: "Irish Dia
monds." instrumental solo, Miss M. Coyle;
"The Poor Commissaire." sum? bv Miss F:
Holland; Composition. "The Last Chord is
Struck; its Sweetness Fills the Soul with Va
ried Emotions," Miis Iorantha Semmes:
Veni, Vtrti. Vim." duet. Mis-es S Esrer. M.
Cobb, F. Toof, K. Crei-n. Honors to Gradu
ates Graduating medals to Misses Marv
Cobb. Iorantha Semmes. Marv Ccvle: eold
medal?, for superior conduct, awarded to
Misses Iorantha Semmes. Marv C.ivle. Marv
Cobb. "Home, Sweet Home," iuf irumental
solo, Miss V. Toof. Closing remaika by Very
Rev. J. A. Kelly.
We Offer To-Day
Remnauts calicoes at 3Jc.
Remnants calicoes at ic.
Best quality Pacific lawns (job lot(7?c.
Best quality Pacific lawns (job lot) 73aC.
Remnants embroidered edgiugs.
Remnants embroidered insertings.
Embroidered Swiss muslins.
Embroidered Swiss muslins.
The Best and Most Economical
Housekeepers are giving the cheap, adulter
ated baking-powders a "wide berth," and
why? Because experience has taught them
that an absolutely pure, full strength, full
weight article, such as Dooky's yeast powder,
which never fails to produce light, whole
some and nutritious biscuits, rolls, muffins,
waffles and griddle-cakes of all kindp, is by
far the cheapest and most economical .
Von will And a first-class Ladles Res
taurant, with all conveniences, at
Mothers, Mothers, Mothers.
Don't fail to Drocure Mrs.Winslow's sooth
ing syrup for all diseases of teething in chil
dren. It relieves the child from pain, cures
wind colic, regulates the bowels, and, by giv
ing relief and health to the child, gives rest
to the mother.
A'euril" Instantly Cures Kea
It is fourteen months since I cured mvself
of neuralgia with "neuril," and I hare not
had the sliahtest return of vain. John W
Scott, St. Louis. George W. Jones & Co.,
Kev. Dr. Joseph S. Key,
Pastor St. Paul church, Columbus, Georgia,
writes: "We cave Dr. Mcffett's teethina
(teething powders) to our littlo grandchild
with the happiest results. Tne effects were
almost magical, and certainly more satisfac
tory than Irom anything we ever used
All druggists keep teethina.
wlv'ch cannot be denied. The Canadura
Cigars, the best in the United States for
five cents. Sold by II. Esch, 217 and 310
Main street, and 270 Second streej.
FLOYD'S candles are
bnt never equaled.
Trunks and leleHieiirM,
Best and cheapest, at Factory, 3-52 Main at.
AIMHTIONA1, K1VE1C AKWS.
Nashville, June 20. River falling, with
2-8 inches on the shoals.
Shbevepobt, June 20. Rivfr fell 1 inch
in the last twenty-four hours. Weather clear
Cincinnati, June 20 Night. Weather,
raining to-night, mver lb leer, ana Tall
in?. Arrived: A. C. Donnally, New Orleans.
Departed: Paris Brown, New Orleans.
St. Louis, June 20. River fallen 8 inches,
and is now 22 feet 9 inches above low-water
mark. Weather cloudy and warm, with
shower this evening. Departed: John B.
Louisville, June 20. River falling,
with 9 feet 3 inches in the canal. Weather
rainy. Departed: James W. Gaff, Cincin
nati; James D. Parker, Memphis; Thomas
Sherlock, New Orleans.
Vicksbcro. June 20. Weather cloudy.
Thermometer 88 deg. River fell 1 inch. Up:
J. b. M' Donald and barges, 8 a.m.; Colora
do, noon. Down: Charles Morgan, 2 a.m.
Arrived: City of Vicksburg, 1 p.m.
Itl Itt.I.ltt CAtTlTKKD.
lie Hhootn at ParMaiag Offieem, bat
Capture! by a Calorea Kpeelal
The residences rf O. F. Prescott, H. J.
Vorgeli, and Airs. Ellen Collins, on linden
btreet, were entered dii.l rvbb'd "y burglars
early yesterday morning. Mr. O. F. Pres
cott's dwelling, No. 236 Linden street, was
first visited by the thieves, who effected an
entrance by cutting the window-pane with a
diamond Mr. Prescott lost two shirts, a
pair of razors, and three dollars in currency.
The residence of Mr. H. J. Vieueli, No. 242
Linden street, was next plundered. Tne
thieves gamed entrance to this house by means
of a window which had been left open.
A silver watch was taken from Mr. Vcegeli.
The thieves afterward went to Mrs.
Ellen Collins's grocery store. No. 223 Linden
street, and hud just gained admittance to the
store by means of the transom, when Mrs.
Collins. hearing them, gave the alirm and th- v
fled. Yesterday afternoon Detective Pryde,
on Monroe 6treet, saw a notorious negro bur
glar named Wm. Miller. He at once gave
chase, but the negro fired at him
several times, to which Detectiye Pryde
replied in like manner. Miller was
captured in the bayou, south of Beale
street, by Special-Constable Doc Jones,
colored, who threw him and secured him.
The burglar Miller threw away a pistol,
which was afterward recovered. He
fired four shots at Detective Pryde
and several at Doc Jones during the chase.
When arrested he had on a person three
pistols and a watch which he had stolen from
Mr. Voegeli's residence. During the chase
he received a ball in the leg back of the knee,
which disabled him somewhat.
OF ALL STTLES, SIZES AND PRICES.
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
H. WETTER & CO.
pit a yiXjiajg
Memphis and Vicksburg Pkt. Co.
For Yickshnrg and All Way Landings.
Will ieavo every TUESDAY, at 5 p.m.
For Arkansas City and All Way Landings
Str. A. J. WiHTE,
Will leave every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
5 p.ts. For freight or passage apply to
K. w. L,intii outlier., ageui, zo-t imiu au
JOHN J. DAHRAGH. tinn't.
FOU CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
. M. 5IaiI i'or Osceola, New Madrid
Kick man, Cairo and St. Louis.
Steamer GRAND TOWEB. TT'.Ij
Lennox master -77iBSnt
Will leave THIS DAY, June 2Ut,at 5 p.m.
Sup't 3'Islss!ppt River Elevator Company.
Nentphis and Mt. l.onIs Packet Coiap
ANVHOK IjIAK JAHiClJ.U V. A. MAIL.
For Helena, Arkopolls, Greenville, Vicksburg and
way lnndlngs: connecting at Arkopous wun rail'
road tor Pine BhuT, and at Vicksburg with steamers
lor tne Yazoo river ana rew urieans.
Steamer CITY OF HELENA,
Iaac H. McKee master 3ri8
Will Ieive as above THIS DA Y.June 2 1st. at 10 a.ui.
from Elevator Buildlns?, tlcketlns passengers and
giving through bills lading to Fine BlufI and all
points on nver. ad. siuitgi. oupc
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Mt. Lenta and New Orleans Packet o
(Anchor Line) or Vicksburg, Aatcliez. Iew
Orleans and all Plantation landings Steamer
James O'Neal master.
Will leave fromlhe Elevator Building SATURDAY.
June 22d, at 5 p.m. For Irelght or passage ty-
pij to AD. B1UW1,
sup i miss. Hiver tievator to.
or to J. T. WASHING CON, Afnt.
R. K. Lee WharfboaL
FOR ARKANSAS RIVER.
Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Co For Pine
Biuii . Little kock, ana tnrougn to eon emitn.
Katie ISoosser, ISi
Ed. Nowland matter Jas. N. Thompson, .cleric
Leaves SATURDAY, June 22d, at 5 p.m.
TNO. N. HARBIN. Sup't. '22Vfe tront rt.
J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent. R, K. Lee whartboat
FOR HELENA AND ST. FRANCIS RIVER
For Helena and St Francis Klver.
Regular Semi Weekly Mall Packet For Helena, Ma-
nanua, vtittsourg ana an points on tL ranci3
River Tne llgnt-draugnt steamer
D. Randall.. master I A. L. Banning clerk
Leaves from the foot of Union street EVERY
TUESDAY, at 5 p.m., going through to WIttsburg;
and EVERY SATURDAY, at 5 p.m., going as for as
Alarianna. Kor rneent or naRaae apply on Doani.
FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI.
FOR CAIRO, LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI
The elegant passenger steamer
O. P. Shlnkle master I Wm. R. Shaw clerk
Leaves the Lee Wbarlboat lor tne above, and an
Intermediate points, this (KRIDAY) June 21st, at
5.m. or ireignt or passage apply to
. T. WASHINGTON. Ag't. R. . Lee Wharfboat
If you wish to eet up quick aud comfortably.
witn good beds and line living, go on tne hulc
Memphis & Ohio Hi vei
FOR LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI
CSICAGO, NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA,
WASHINGTON and ALL POINTS EAST.
The swift and elegant passenger steamer
Wm. Tlchenor master l J. Wilson clerk
WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE
FRIDAY, JUNE 21st, AT 5 P.M.
First-class Fare Through to Xew York
CHEAPER THAN EVER !
Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, and all points
North and East, at proportionately lo rates.
Meals and atxte-rooms on oteamer Free !
tor freight or passat?e apply to
K. W. L1GHTBUUNK. Sup't. 2S4 FronL
.fax. Parker leaven I neMday. 5th.
Memphis and usctola Semi weekly U.S. Mail racket
For Randolph. Fulton and Osceola Steamer
J. G. Andrews ma-ster I B. O. Mtchell cieri
Leaves Mempnl every MONDAY and WEDNES
DAY, at fi o'clock p.m.
For freight or passage apply on board.
FOR FRIAJIS POINT.
Tlao Loo Tilno!
FOR HE LEX A AND FRIARS P01XT!
Making all Way and Plantation Landings.
Str. COAHOMA, smi
Stacker Lee tractor E. R. Thomas j clerk
Leaves Ei HiiY MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and
FRIDAY, at ti i m. For freight or passage apply
on board, 01 to J. T. WASHINGTON". Auent,
at it. r. wnannoat.
FOR WHITE RIYEK.
i jfular Independent 31 e ni p ii is and
Fer Anraitta, JaekROBport, West Point,
scarry ana nn vt ay cointg.
x ce neguiar independent rac&et.
L C. POtit&l Cdluufi
Will leave E VEKY WEDNESDAY, at 6 o clooi
p.m. Through bills of lading to all points on opitr
White and Black rivers.
apply for freight or passage te
B.W. UQHTBU2n,284 Front SireeC
B. P agent, on Wnartboat.
W. A. WILLI AIIS.
WIIiMAMS & CO.
Lumber, Shingles and Lath!
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
FRUIT AND PACKING-BOXES !
OFFICE AND YARD:
Corner Uayoso and Second Sts.
B. LowensTein & Bros.
Determined to close out the residue of our Mantmer Importations of
We will now offer those beaatlful goods at Haerlllelna; Prieea.
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complete; fastenings attached, with no buckle to become lost.
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