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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1883.
1 15) IKTil ANOTHER CUT IN PRICES ! We wish to carry just as few Goods as possible to our Sew Building, and have de U'i minedltolmake ANOTHER REDUCTION to Close Out Certain Lines where we have too many of them. The Goods mentioned helow ARE GREATLY BELOW VALUE, andit.is certainly the interest of every one needing them to call and examine: 14 plerer Co i) A 1-bilx. Rhadames'and Mer vetlleux at : 26 cvr yir l -regular price 02 76, 7 pieces Iwo-wne Ottoman bllka at 75c wortb. tl 75. ICO piece Black Groa Grsln dill at 65c-worth f 1 600 Bemnsuts of Black and Colored Silks aud 8 Una at one-bali value. Theae are specially cbesp. Our entire stock of Ladiea' Kuna Veiling Uresa n, all Coioia, Elegmntlv Tiimmed wltn. Lace and 1-luab Rlbbona, 110, 112, f 16 and 119 former price, 125 to MO. Only a few left of our Ladiea' Embroidered Gingham Ureases at 17 60 earb. Ladles' Figured Lawn and beat Peicale Dresses at i 25 each. 1500 Ladiea' Linen Clitera at f 1, fl 25, 01 50 and f 1 75. 50 Flneat While Batin Parasols, Lace Trimmed, worth tit to 115 each reduoed to (5 each. A Hue of Ladiea' Jersey W alula in Light Blue aud Pink, Imperfectly dyed, reduced from 5 It 11 60 ; BrLOWENSTEIN & BROTHERS JF. M. HILL & CO. FINE HA.VF. REMOVED TO No. 338 MAIN STREET, COUL. UNION. best M!ls mt th l.o - tr - Don. fori ibo ( sat Mala Rarff forfr ' r ot. lv m f h I AlHTIOM SALE. AUCTION SALE. On account of partlca leaving for Europe we wl.l nell on Fildax, Jul, OHi.al lO O'clock. at residence, No 569 tthtlby street. nerTrpsevant, Prlor, Bed room, l,nliig-room and Kitchen Fur niture, :arpeta aud Mumm. raln positive and wUlioutme'V. J R McUONALD, Am tloneer. TO A HUH II' M 4 Y lO.MJElOi! I bav in atore, ai tn Unlou a' reel, tbUclty: TwoH0 8mw Brown Glna, Four SO rtaw Hrown ,lu ondensera, One 6w-Hw Bruwn G,n tvmaeimer, Toneaxlttw Browu tln r'eeilera. Out 60-ttaw Brwil Win Feeder, All liulievei t be the ' roper y of tlie Brown Gin Comaey. New Louuon, Conn. Also, 2 dittou t leanera, aud OtMicolar-'-aw Tab'ea aud Gearing, All nf which I will sell, at publlo amnion, on tbe MAI ua, of Jali neai, ni 4 o.tliH k at lor the atmtnnt of wJiom it may concern , to py StmaK and c hanrea. J W. KFIGHTI.RY. HEAL ESTATE AHEM S. Ijanovaaroa.Ja. o. S. oaoaa '1VERMK & GftOSVENOR, Rial s&iate Dealer. iUKK'tXi A fit IIKOKKK, ornoi.. HcicuftC hi. W . K. tier. momtt and Ivan, u Cfiiu uvm -ill Asu SUL1,, lain MILLINEIC T UOODS. TilRS. R. SCttUMN, MILLINERY! Prattlers, Klowf m, Ribbons and Ornaniriits. I'TKUtAL ATTENTION GIVEN TOORDKBS. 3 a 2 Main, 0pp. Jackson Block. OPHN rf Will, 9 O't'lXM'K P.. SUMMER II OAIil). Hoard Reduced i.'OBTBB-UMMrR MON1 Hit ATTHKCHAM 1 bKKS HOUelK, corner ol Men nnd and Wah Ih.t'iu ureeU AUo, a le fint-ciaw HKima will be. ! nied tn ilealm'ile parties, at low rates. Country Hoard (t IK ba had on reasonable terms, on railmsd, tws ve miles out. 11 allby loeatltiu. goud waler, large rooms aud grouuus aud good tare. HeK'rcootaexcnaugid. Ainreva Hix 6. Rart'e't, Tenn. FOB SALE OK REST. c TTraG' . ( HEAV Six rooms. No. 14 Allen avei.ua. Apply to K ii.l.uii, No 1 F'ont iitrget. STOLES. 1 ABE A trawerrvroan Ten mare, flaien IV1 mane and tall, obtte on the lutide ol rlgbt otu.l boot, a Doul even ear old, 16 handa liluu, Iouk awao-llae neck. Will pav a rewrt ol tlOon ber KKwery. W. B. H1LDKRBKAND. Hi n I an. Mia. ROOMS AM BOAUlt. ROOMS F. rnlnhed or nnlurntahed, with ar wunout board, at 66 Madjaun "tect; lURNiSiBDor unfurniahed, large, airy loom. ' with or wl' bout board, at 6 kalMu atreet, NICI1LT FURNISH ID FRONT ROOM With biiard, ai 10 Court scree I. LARUE unlurulaheO front mom, with board; private leui.iy; tarma ieaajuanie;265 Uuluu. tH) 4 I woiloflrable riMiniaai No. Ill Wash V luKUn atreet; aim uae of parlor. iMairable luruiabud Irout ruonsai 2b Marauall avenue. S OOM IewanT trout room, with Mard, fot aenttemt:. at '4 rttoond atreet. WASTS. MAN IN MEMFHltt To take an olnce and rep resent a mauuiacluter, toseuur ageuU and al-OKll tbe trade an ullrrlv n Hue ol good ihai meet with nadv sale: rAl lo Sjo per week 0n bo mane; small capital required. AJJrees MN D FaCTU HER, box lUJ, w Acton, Mas. rJ-fTIOS By a man of twenty yeara eiperl L. euos In in A holeaal try Gooil and Nouou bliaiueas, witn numerous acquaiutoncea aud trlxi. .w in Loulalaua, Milalpil aud Arkanaa., lo taatt m either one of tbe tto siausa arst meu Untied: can teak it proniable for employer; trie b. of rurerenoea given. Address UKUMMKlt, 1k-i hoi New Orleans. LilReT-CLASS lKE-t8AKKR 'lo so to coun Jn try town. Fur luloriaauou, terms, ele , ap ply lo KRkM3 Jtam.-aelemphla; iMLLINU d, ne tor Ue per yard by " C. viOhhfcLs, 4i3 wond street. i iHVNkJL VVita SU6.0UUuab capilal. toeu.ara, a wen ..rganiauu jouulna and U. latl Buaiuaa In IX f Uoiala, Noltoua, Boia. rbuea, Uala auu Cio'.lua, luoated iu a flourianlrg aud rapiaii jtiowUK Suuumeate.a oilj; or, U prelerred, l wil. i II ui capital aloca in the auove nuuueaa. Ail dr-M uSimfH SK, A peal oince 4 I f CKO-to-TIK MEN We want 100 cnMS-Ue M 'J nieu lor the M. aud . H K : wa-ta good. AuN.NtLU.KV A uO., Jtemphia,it.uu. OH f t '.9. a. Arnold ai Co. 'a ( KEEN IIAND4-ltn homes In tha city, to 1' Warn Octton piuulug, lu lu dtdarent batp-'hee, at toe Pioneer t'oitun WHK hall aes Pi I while warnitm. Applr -t the inula. GENTS For the only Pt'low-snam Holder L Uiat Uftt btb tania at onue without folding. CLIMAX MT U to , Jcasun, Mica. o IU bOLO WATcH-OasES Ohatia, Jawalry. . . .. lor t ain. i. N. Muilurd at Oo., U Main it Mkl iNU MUl.fcB TO l-Abll KS-r.li. I i'i fir tuil cimu a.ler tallwl ratuUf. Vv eateto e J. ti. Atauor, at sua Uvary ataole, op o- onrthouaa. T. i . B aANCB. Illl.l l TONS EAGli. CAST AND WROUGHT 1 UU ' Iron, Dry nouas; aiao Second hand Ma- OhlBary bought and told. BAM I ELGABAY. Agu, 40 to all anatby , MaaiBtUa All of our Ladiea' Colored Jsrsej Walats, worth f 5 reduced to S3. 100 GenU' Beit Black Bilk Umbrella reduced from 8 to (5. 100 pair Odd Lace Curtain in Tambour, Scotch and Nottingham, at 50 cent on the dollar. M Uses' Olngham Dresae, 12, 14 and 16 yeara, re duced from 15 to 12. Misses' Linen Ulatera 4 to 16 yeara, tl 25 to fl 50 each. 250 Misses' Beat Gossamer Ciiculaia reduced to II 25 eacn. 250 Ladiea' Beat Gossamer Circulars reduced to fl 75 each. Special Bargains In Ladies' and Genu' Trunks and Traveling Satchels. We are Headquarters tor theae goods. Special Bargain in Embroideries. We hare arranged them In lots at lac, 17c soc, 25e, 30c and 85c. AMUSEMENTS. AT THE UEQUEtT Ob' MANY CI flZENS The Steamer T.F.ECHEBI' will give a GRAND MOONLIGHT EXCURSION! IN ADDITION TO THE TWO DAY EXCURSIONS, JULY 4th, Leaving foot of Monroe atreet at 8 o'clock p.m. Brass Band an 1 String Band. Dauciug. Cool river breezes. tkhem nrrr tesis. WEH OWKN8 Managera E. R. THOMAS eT. fKrKaV'ft ORPHANS' PICNIC I JULY 1th, AT FITZGIIiBONS GROVE r Train leave Depot for Grove at 9 a m. 12 m. 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Ticket gold for Exposition god for Grove. aHIHMtV fll'MUl A GRAND PICNIC, UNDER The Inipieti af iw nrtralayrra' l ulos, WILL HE GIVEN AT E3TIVAL PARK, O.V 'J flCKxU.I V. JULY ISlh. w" ARNOLD'S FULL BAND will be in attend ance, aud a fine evening's amusement is promised toa;i who I1 attend. Tbemauairers have made arrangements for the best of order,' and will see to It tnat trie guents are comfortably provided for. Refreshments ol all kin 's In ample quantities will be on hand. The price of admission will be flltr fenl.. tallies free. I OK KF..T. t)OOMS Pleaaut furnished rooms, at 66 Mon t roe atrt-et. one q nare from Peabod y llot-1. ICE KU1TE OF ROOMS Over atnre 2XX Second streeu A. HI.ZFKlD. HOUSK Of seven room. ltt Kxcbftui?e street ex -udUk1. Huuw of tivt rt ou Bill. Ron i.u AUbwpiti.t'. Apply JOHN Rtli), Uoutraclor 4 R iOMd Oo flrt flour, suiuble for hoU8ekt;ep iug. Apply i m Ma..iju siraui. K 0OH 8fVml sleeping rooms, 1 ght and airy, 240 POtLAK 81RKKT MX roomt, gaa and Water. Price 30. ML LAt KtaNCK. KU'U8 Two unlumiHsieu ixmiiui, hiugieor eu puiie. flntt floor, ail couvuuieuceH. iuqulre iV4 ilcUOUli, oppofiile MUlt 30,UR,(V. LisAN Ta TION Ot 1ft n. lu mlr m acred imuva diaiely ou tau river la loAlioma cotioly, or will take a paruier ou KuiUble emm. ftibu, a fctorvutium; at same iautUiiA, uiu aoove (vruia. Piautauou above overdo v? lUisl, wtlu tevi.ua brokeu. Applv to J !a. OOOLUOE 38 "v.flinnn ntnt. t OK SALE. 000 WATKRMkLONri OI4 ICE-From Sue to 40c, at l'JS Main .treel, at New Orleans KHA.nh.SaLV1.SO. Store. 2-STOKY FBAMR. and lot 329 JerTersoa ezten'd, Kealdeuce 271 Poplar, near Uigu. hi Ick House, with lot, Lmn!np,eatend Court. W. A. WUICAILEY.261 Main. OTOVKS Uitsfeld's Oil and fluid Ktoves. the O nioest for summer cooking, 233 Second street. AWNS Two Fawns, beautiful pet. Inquire J? at No. 12 Maonain street, up stairs. GIBBtt' MINERAL WATER Thirty cents de livered, twenty-live cents at store So. 233 Second alreel A. HilZFKLD. ENGINE AND BOiLER One second-hand sta tionary engine, 12 by 24; one Duller 26 leet b 40 Inches, with two 10-tnch flue, both lu sood aider. Addrse M. YAl'Es. 1UJ naahtngtm street, Memphis, tenn. N O. 41 ROBKSON STREET Handsome Cottage au its rAsass, aMsin streei GROCERY 8TORR-On corner of Lauderdale and l. Paul atreela. Resaou for aeliiug, go lug North. luuulre on premises. RaSIDKNCE 2W U nlon street. Apply to UK. J. 1. WHITE. 243 Main street. HAND bK'INU MaCHISKS Or Traveled Companion, very cheap, at 44 North urt iroet. JOHN F. KEY A (XI. NICK LIN h OF tX)TT AGES, Dtt hUXlNGa AN0 Bulldlug Lola. H. U GriON. 19 Mudlann street. Bailey Springs, LAUDEKDAI.E ( O, ALL lhe4rt ItjapcpMiia Muter! The UreMt Hiduey U nterl 'I he Oreal Uropwy llaterl BILLET SPRINHS! Dlwratle. Alleir.Uve. ,.ir, Taateleaal TUB LOVELIEST, COOLEST, MOsT COXFOR table. Mom AttracUve Health and Pleasure Reiort lu the South. It I situated on grourd bisLar than anv in tha lurmnuiiii,. is two hundred aud thirty feet above the nearest w sot win.. rui ia oenaeiy anaoed bv for eattreea, sodded wtta greeu nu; it, wa ks of gravel that never get muddy or auaty, aud the ground Is beautifully ud lulauug in the sOat ot a (Jtsamio Horaaahoe; a roaiaiilio walk broiign virgin loreaia, bealde natural cas cade that tumble over eeriaa:i,, h. leads to riHOAi, CKKEK, on whna lo aly sun faos gua-ta tan float m auoshiu , r in kbade, aud in wboae rapMia uout and perch abound. Tha aotel la large, oumforutble, atiadv and wl fur naued, A tli.e oaui-rooa la served with good ma ale, and ten-pine, bllliarda, bath, and all availa b e amnaemeuta are provided lor the guests. Fu special information apply io the Resident Ph)iclan. DR. U. a MOOiiV. For rooms aad ooara, aaares M.I.IH at CO rroprletor. IP m -Zl 500 dosen Rand karohlefa for Ladiea, Gents an Children, sligbtly Imperfect, at one-half value. Tm lot will not last long. Come at once If you want them. 8 pedal Bargains In Dress Goods. Special Bargain in Black Goods. Special Bargains In Linen Lawns. Special Bargain in Wsite Good. Plaid Ginghams at 7Xc, 9c, 10c and 12c Big Bargains In Ladies' and Children' Hoilery. Job Lot of Gent' Half Hose very cheap. S"a.a: Fausl Fauo! Pearl, Tortoise, Ivory and Wooden Sticks, with Ostrich Feather and Hand-painted. Mew design a tntiatln and Sateen Fang. Big Bargains All Through tbe House t Oar Blocks dual Ba Reduced! July Dress-Making. Cart-tit KedUfHIon In Price! of Milliner j aud Urefg Uooda. KREMER'S, MCnPHIN AllmTKIC'T. Dalljr I'ollosi-Beilt Rrporia Irons Rati. rotiU Sitattowa. Ml hfbis. TsaiM., Jnly 8. ISM. THKBMOH bTKR. stations. RalnfsU. Maximnm Minimum. Memphis ..... 95 77 0 00 Nashville gr 74 0.00 Grand Junction 92 71 0.27 Corinth .. .. Tuwumbia. .. 97 67 0.00 Decatur 99 70 0 00 Seoltboro..... 98 sg 0.00 BaUfSVllle 9s 72 0 64 neruando 94 66 0 IS Grenada 97 70 0 00 Wlihw. M gft HI O.OJ iirownsville .... 94 72 0.00 Ml:au ta 71 0.01 Paris 97 67 0 00 Krtu 101 72 0 to ClarksviUo 97 IS 0.00 Hum total... 1437 1072 1.10 Average... 95.8 71 5 0.07 J. N. RVKRR. Assistant Observer, United Stales signal bervlce. Tuial Salwlall la Col Ian Bait far Waek Kaialtaa; Jiaaie 27, IMS. Atlanta. Ga, .20 AuiEusta. Ua 1.49 Shreveport Cairo Chattanooga.. Cincluuati ... Kuoxville... L'ulville Mkmphis...... - .03 ". ';a .1.42 .. .60 - .87 .. .28 Cbarle8ton, 3 .C6 Charlotte, N. C. .213 New Orleans.... Vicksourg Gslvekleu ....... LllUe Kock ...... au Anronlo ....3.94 2 77 29 r.".?o!oo Naaliville... 43 Pittsburg 1.27 J. N. RYKEH, AsaistantObaerver. UaMpais, Tuim., July 3, 18M. LOCAL FAUAUKAI'I1. 'J'here wea no Circuit Court yesterday. The festive lire-cracker is abroad in the land. Nine iniliciinmta were found by the grand jury yesterday. Tbe total tax collec iona of the county trustee lHt moutn were 28,tOU. MflDsford bxa received the complete line of Iiirper'g Franklin Square Library. Tbe enisle of Vincent Bacigalupo ha been wuiind ap find a distribution ordered. Lee Baeeborough we on Irial io tbe Criminal Court yesterday for aa assault lo Kill. W. L. Parker su t W.L. Colemao were ezcuSLd yeiierday from service on tbe grand jury. Charles L wis bad his sentence for petit Itrcruy tU-pei.dtd jes erday duriog good be hsTUT. A frsme shsnty on Hiil street, near Rjb-Kon, was burned at 6 o'clock yesterday eveuiog. A fliam battle, drill and picu'C will be Kiveo ai K-tivil Park by the McClellsn Uuirds U-ilay. J '.idee lladdeo vexterdav issued order (o t-n iiEilif, tbe super -nnuated oid blind mas, lo I he poorhuuw. The M nioh s D ivine J ub and Blood Horae-' A-ict.uioii aive a seriea ot racts al Oljuipic Prk lo dty. West Harris la cbuftd before Ju-lice Fieniing wub besiini; Jaui Isaul on the bo with a stick of wood. An orde ana issued in the Criniinl Court yesterday lor W. R. Hughes and J. T. tingl to sppesr ss graud juro a. Licvuxs lo marry were iued vesierdsv to George W. Holme, and Jeunie Hill, John Maun and EriiUet Walsh, P C Caraea and S. A. Lewii. SeTenly-two pilteula were lent to (be hosp'lal lust mouth by the secretary of (be Board 01 Health. . even have been sent so far tills mouib. To-tlay wi I b a double anoivernary for Gen. Vaughao, aa it n the day hi leg; was .h altered by a shell on I he bmka of the I hattahoochee. Tue bond of Dixie Knight 'was fixed at (3000 by Judg Greer yett-srday. He was given a Dew trial by the Supreme Court, and ia now awaiting it in j til. Manila Dixon, colored, paid tl for tear ing up a new to door, in order to recover her Uo-jerit cbickeo wuicb hid e-raned and taaeo refuse tinder a neiiiuor's porch. I lie earning of the People Ineurance Coniiny since last report were six per cent. Ad vi It nJ of ftmr per cent, was decNred, snd the balance wvnt into (be surplns fnad. Asiuis is a national hoiii'ay the mail ranietit will inske bat one toand. The office, exc- pi tbe rnoiiey order and r-giaier depart men s, will remain open from 8 to 10 o'clock a.m. Attachment for contempt in the ease of Wilt Kennedy were isau-d yrsterdsr in tbe Criminal Cuurt for M E, G. M.t Ben and Joi n Fielcher, and G. K. Duucao, witoeta s in the Oase. Tbe folljwiug offioer were iusulled M udav night bv Cntckaaaw Lrdge No. 8, lad, pendent Order of Odd Fellowr: W. O. H-.'r ck, N. G.; H. Butieober;, V. G ; 8. H. Gibiu, aecreiary; K. A. Burton, treasurer. Duriug the seniors of tbe Police Court yes'erday morning tbe qoeation arose as to what cou'tiiates vagraucy, winch was dis kjs d oi by bit honor by the declaration tbat the moment a man adopra gambiinf; for a liveitm od be ia in law a vagrant. Tnc Finn woman, wau ha made herself a nuinanoe on geueral ori.tiioles in Police oti el s, and who has reluaed wt rk on eeversi oocaaioDS when o9erel ber, waa yesterday niomtug a1judge-1 a vagrant and net to work ciearjiug up Ibe rtationbouae premieee. rjheriff Haskins. of Osceola, Ark4 who wsa to the cut a short ub since lookinsfar the noted ruffian Jonea, a Crawford, ha captured him, about twenty-five mile above Ueceola, togetner with the accomplice who anted him to escape-. Crawford was in the care of guard at Plum Point, when hia confederate approached with a revolver, leveled it at tbe guard' head anl freed hi friend. The little newsboy, James Koonce, who wis recently sentenced to tbe penitentiary, has written a pitiful letter to Judge Greer, in which he says that he is "a poor or fine boy" and wants to work on the roads instead of going to the penitentiary. Dr. Fitxhogh Finaie, a talented young graduate of the Memphis CI lege, has re ceived a telegram from Burgeon-General Hamilton, of the Marine Hospital Service, desiring him to report at once ai New Or leans for quarantine duly on Ship Island. Fitegibbon' Grove ia acknowledged to be the coolest and prettiest summer resort about M-mpbi. j o-day ot. retera Orphan Asylum will give (heir annual picnic there. Cars leave at regular intervals for the grove. All are welcome. Amusements, for old snd younir. Poor Ana Dnnn cannot refrain from get. ting drunk when an opportunity effera. Bae ha been often sent t ha poorhouse, but es capes and fills up again. Bhe was up yester day morning, but too dronk to answer tbe charge. Instructions were given to send her back to tbe poorhouse. A ground-bog was discovered and killed yesterday morning by workmen who were removing lumber at the yard of William A Co. on Second street. Tbe animal is a little off color in this viefbity, and a good many were interviewed before anyone was found who was able to classify it. Among the delights of the glorious Fourth will be three excursions on the steamer T. F. Eckert. Two will be had during ike day, and to-night, at 8 o'cloot, tbe Eckert will leave the foot of Monroe street for a moonlight excursion. Good music will be furnished and a fine time is expected. A costless and col I sr lea individual bought a thermometer and took it borne yesterday, and when he went op town after supper the dealer met him and inquired how it worked. "Worked?" he exclaimed, "why it worked like a boiler explosion. Tbe mer cury ran ap to HO'in half an hour, and tbe tube got so hot I had to pat in ice-water to keep it from bursting." A steamboat barber named Theodore Watkina has been slighted lately by bis dusky sweetheart, Annie Shay, and last Fri day he left a note sayiog if "it occurred sgain be would kill her with his whole heart and soul." Then he added a postscript by drawing a pistol, and tbe wesried soul ot Annie took its flight to Justice Fleming's iffica where a warrant was issued for Theo dore. Mrs. Msry Jane McCullough and Mrs. Theresa Wilkswere op before the Police Court yesterday morning, the first charged with abusive langnsge and disorderly con duct, and tbe latter withasssult and battery. Tbe tedious testimony developed nothing more than a family quarrel in which both parties distinguished themselves as adepts in vindictiveners toward each other. A fine of $10 was imposed npon each, of which $5 was held up during good behavior. Four fast females, in (wo buggies, ran a race yesterday evening, which was the de light of ail beholders. Tbe first buggy was occupied by Annie Sticks arid Annie Croain, antlNbe other by Mollis Green and Minnie McGee. Tbey started out even and beld lo cal ber until the first equare wsa reached. when the pair in the first buggy worked to getner, one holding the reins while tbe other u'ied the lssb. Officer Diliai Le took in the winners and afterward arrested the other pair. The quartette wi'l be tried to day. A member of tbe bar wbo is seldom employed in cn i before the Police judge, was counsel for a victim yesterday morning. During the progress oi Ibe case he addressed iha good-natured judge as "your worship." The effect wsa electrical, and the remainder of the court's proceedings were conducted with tbe most rigid dignity and strictest re gard for the formalities of highest depart ments of juslior. The old stagers wsrs ruled down to the code, and in consequence are in dignant . bicause of such abridgemnt of their libsrties. A man named Clark, while on a bsister ons drunk Monday evening, used ugly lan guage in presence of a little daughter of Mr. Pat Cslligan, at the latlei's grocery store in Fort Pickering, besides making some wild threats against Mr. Cslligan. He was ar rested and taken b. fore Ibe Police Court yesterday morning when be wa fined 10 At the conclusion of the court Clark's wife, wilb a bright little inlant ia her arms, ap peered in the court-room, and at tbe solicita tion of Mr. Calligan tbe fine waa reduced lo 15, which the wife paid and he was released. Pbii Dwyer and William Edwards were arrested on warrants yesterday morning and carried before Esquire Fleming, charged with violation of the gambling act and va grancy. Warrants of the same charscter had been previously issued from the'Police bench, on learning which Enquire Fleming turned the cases over to Judge Hadden, and thry came before him yesterday morning. Dwyer submitted hia case, receiving a sen tence of $50 snd costs, of which $40 was held np during good behavior. Edwards' case was continued for further consideration. Wm. Long wis on the Police docket Tes ter lay morning on a warrant sworn out by a man named Danhe ser, charging trespass and oisorderly conduc. Ling's brother hsd rented a room from Danbeiser, which be gav up, leaving several articles of a tailor's ou fit tor pay for tbe rent. Wm. Long went to DaoheiKei's house and ret up a claim fur tbe srlicle as his brother's property, and ptocetded lo take them sway ia the face of Danbeiser' prottst. Lorg ws dixcharged with tbe understanding that tha srticl.s are lo he returned to Danneiasr, and if he wania them be must get them through tbe proper legal process of replevy. A meeting of the Memphis Presbytery, the moderator, the Bev. H. B Biymond, of Stanton, presiding, was held at the Second Presbyterian church yesterday morning to make arrangements for tbe installation of the Bv. J. F. Latimer, wbo hat accepted call from the cburch mentioned. The B v. Eueoe Daniel, tbe Bev. E. M. Bichardson and Ibe Kev. S. C. Caldwell were appointed a a committee to conduct tbe installation. Tbe Bev. Dr. D-niel will preside, and will deliver the in.tallation sertuoo next Sunday. The Bev. Mr. Caldwell will propound the quesr:onaod charge the pastor, and iheBv. Mr. Bicbardson will deliver the charge lo tbe cjngregalioo. LOCAL U lltlS Use Mississippi Diarrhea Cordial. Tekth extracted without pain at Wet son's, 318 Main. Go io J. A. Bailey's, 295 Second street, for puip, pipes, well poiuts, etc New Stock Carpets Mattiogs, Baby Buggies jnst received AME3 BEATTIB & CO., 863 Main St. ItTuK Diamond Dres for family use have no equals. All popular colors eatily dyed, fjst and beautiful. Ten cen's a pack-g- The sociable and supper announced (o b giveii on the Fourth of July, at the residence of Mr. John Spirer, No. 9 Avery r-treet, by the 1 tdies of Hernando Street Methodist church, is necessarily postponed. Holders of lickfi will be notified of future date, for woicn itcaers win ne gooo. Oar Store WILL CLOSE PBOMPTLY TO-DAY At Half-past Twelve. B. LOWENSTEIN A BROS. John Walsh. Undertaker. 341 Svcond street. Ike Olsrlsu Fourth George Scbilly, on West Court stree', is one of those who believe in making arrange ments to be happy on the days we celebrate. His saloon ia one of tbe places where a su perb lunch can be bad on pcial occs one. Tc-lav be wiil have . bicker, veal sad all the delicacies of tbe season. Bet-r-drinkera know tbe character of beer George sells, sod they are pleia-d with it. FloyiTa Canaies Arc always the same. We send them by xpre-ii ic aM nsrls ot the country. Miasisairri Diarrhea Cordial cures. Risk's Closing (tle Still Conflaicg. S oves, tinware, lamps and kitchen goods, at an immense sacrifice. Heating stoves at one-half the regular price. Buy now, and save money. I bis stock must positively be closed out regardless of coat, so I can lake charge of tbe stove factory. L. TIFF RISK, sst Main street. If you want a cool and delighifnl trip, go witn your lamn on roe raert on j my 4iA Tooted bw 'Man. For throat disease, colds and coughs, sruwu a rconcniai i roche have wrotwd to air afficscy by a teat of many years. Prion 86 ceata. i- MiasMSiPri Diarrhea Cordial never -fail Flowra Kestoaraai. Coolest place in tha city, nicely ventilated everything ia tip top style. THREE TOPICS All of Which Are Freely Digcaased la Court and County Circles and Semicircles. Jsdge Greer's Charge to the Oraad Jary Large Kamber of Iiqaests Caavict Labor oa Boads. Judge Greer charged the grand jury yes terday morning to indict any person found guilty of stirring up strife and creating law suits. He said that nearly all the magia trstes of the county would sustain him in enforcing tbe law, but ihat it was a notori ous fact that thi re were men who made their livinr out of the miseries of a certain class, aiding and assisting tb-m in their legal fights with each oth r. U der Sheriff Cao noa all deputy sheriffs must give a bond for tbeir good benavior, and there are no special deputy sheriffs. Uoder a law allowing them to do so, tbe magistrates deputixa anyone they choose as a eptcial coosiabls to execute any certain criminal writ, though they have no authority to serve a process ia a civil case. If these special constables confined themselves strictly lo their duty, no harm would be done, but it is a notorious fact that many of Ibem are in the habit of going about stirring up quarrels among neighbors, and when one ia arrested, of suggesting lo tbe other Ihst a counter warrant would be a gr.od way to meet the prosecution. Sometimes warrants are multi plied in number to a dingrac-ful extent, and as each warrant means additional cost, the drain on the revenue of the county is some thing outrageoua. Judge Greer charged the jury to look into th matter and remedy it if possible. The charge in the indictment might be made under the head of "mainten ance," or, under the new law, which is broad er, for vagrancy. It may also be added tbat seme of these special constables are in the habit of carrying a lot of old, wornout war rants in order to carry a pistol, and it is be lieved (bat if the isw was tested the practice would not be allowed. Constable Garvey, in speaking of the mat ter yesterday, said that although he held his office by election and hsd a perf-ct right to carry a weapon, he never had one about him except wben in the act of executing a crimi nal warrant. On eeveril ccea-ions lately pistols have been drawu and fired bv deputy constables in tbeir own private broils. Another topic Judge Greer gave tbe jury to discus was Ihst of the msnner in which junk-shops and second-hand stores carried on their business. He had been informed, he said, of a number of in- stauc-a ol tbe robbery of vacant houae of all the grates, mantels, e:c, which were received unhesitatingly by the junk dealers. Where this waa tbe case a premium was held out lo vaqdala of every description, and it was a diegrace that such a thing should be allowed to exis'. The proper charga to bring in such cases would be tbat cf receiv ing good under false prelen-es, which of feoe wag punishable by imprisonment. A nuuibsr of junk o tores exist in the citv, some OI them in obcure places. and their principal means of sup ply is inrougn a number ol depredating smi.ll boys wbo know tbat what tbey may have to sell will bs cheerfullv received and no questions asked. It is difficult lo convict for ibe reason that the goods are stored in such a manner tbat it ia almost as bard to find them as lo discover a needle in a hav siaclc. Judge Greer put a good deal of stress on I k is portion of his charge, and ordered the jury lo pay particular attention lo it. Another eurjsct of the charge waa the liw against selling liquor within four miles of chartered institutions of learning. Judge Greer callt I attention particularly to a vio lation of this law made by tboie who aold liquors at places of amusement outside of tbe corporate limit', and hell that the fact lhat an entertainment was in prozreaa at the time did not make it any the less a violation of the law. This, he said, bad frequently been done of late, in face ot tbe statute, and add id tbat a lonj aa it remained a law of the land it should be enforced. INQUESTS. A SUBPRtaiNQ NUMBER Of APPARENTLY SUS PICIOUS STIFFS. The list of inquests held during tbe psst three months Dy three or tour leading- maeta- trates has called forth a good deal of remark. as no one supposed tbere were snytbiog like o many suspicious deaths io the county in ss many year. Tbe lis( to come, however, is nearly as large as that published. A re porter called on Mr. Crump, of the countv undertaker's establiehment, and asked bis views of the matter. "The system is all wrong," Mr. Crnmp 'aid. "As you know, we must have a certifi cate of dealb, signed either by a magistrate or a.pbysician, before we can bury a corpse. A great many, negroes mostly, come lo ua firs', when a death takes place, aud ak what steps are necesiary it order to have be body buried at the public expense. Tbe first quesli.n I atk it if a physician was in attendance, snd when the answer ia in the neg tve I send lhm to tbe office of tbe Board of Health. It is very often the case that the city physician is too busy to attend lo them, snd ituy go to a justice t f the peace, who is fully sothorti'd to sign a certificate. The very fact lhat tbere ba been a death where no phy-icnn was in attendance is enough to create a doubt, and in esse of doubt it becomes tbe duty of the msgietrsle io hold an icqueet and investigate." there no way in which this expense might ba saved tbe county?" ' My view is," stid Mr. Crump, "lhat a physician should be paid by the county to attend to all snch cases. Bv making a simple magnesia and aekicg a few questions io tbe neighborhood he could be able to entile ih question as lo whether or not spy of the cir cams'soces were eu'piciou, and if so he could then call in the coroner, or, if be was in accessible, any ju-ticeof the pace to make a judicial examination. In cafes of violent deaths an inquest wouid, of couise, he neces sary in all instances." Mr. B. S. Cspers, deputy clerk of tbe Criuiin.l Courr, was also questioned, snd said ihst, under tbe present ays em, it nai an sbvluie itnpoesibi'itv lo classify the papers i kqu-st. A pe'ilioii inteuded to regulate the matter w is qunehed in ehort order by the Cturi, snd since that lime ne effort hsd been made to rectify matters. The object of the petition was to enab e the clerk to make out a classified statement showing the dale and cause of each death, Ibe age, t a'iora i'v an I social condition, wi h such other circumstances ai could be gathered, s i tbat any dealb could be traced fiom tbe records wi'h esse and fscilily in caee a question should suhxeqien ly arias. In Juilge Horrigan's lims Chi-f Davis wrote a It-tier, which wis afterward spread on the minute) of the court, aekirg tbat a full recoid of Uie tis itn-iny in all luqiies s, wi b tbe uamea snd residence of wi nes.es, be kept, but though a goad deal wa said in favor of ibe plan at the lime, no steps were taken io carry it out. COUNTV ROADS. FEASIBILITY OF HAVING THEM WORKED BT CONVICTS Various members of the County Court are ire still figuring O'l the convict question, which will be unfolded io all its complica tions at the session of tbe County Court lo be held next week. Justice Galloway said to an Appeal re porter that the ronvir s could, by wo' king tbe roads, be made a source ot revenue in stead of a heavy burden sa they have betn to the past. Tbey could dj work for wnicb hundreds of dollars is now paid. He cited the building ef a 400-vard levee at Cypress creek, which was mentioned in these columns yesterday, a bsvinz been built at a cost of i500 by contract. Such work a this re quired oo skit', snd ail lhat waa necessary was a good superintendent wbo knew how to make his bands work. His idea wa lhat tbe roads should be worked now, and when iicme time to mcsdamis them, tbey could be ersded hy tbe convicts, wbo can id afterward do the work of pnttirg the rock in pises everything, in faei, except lb bare hauiing of the atone from tbe landings and depots. Justice Alexander said he was heartily ia favor of sucb a plan and believed that the convict labor could be utilised to build bridg over the county, not iron -ones, but mad wooden bridge over the varioa. creek and bavou. He proved by a simple ealew lation tbat the work cnuid be done at a much lees expense than with hired labor. Justice Coleman, wbo baa alreaiy been mentioned as favoring tbe plan, said yesterday that tbe idea of establishing a workhouse oo Presi dent's Island, on tha old plan, as a cheaper meaoa of caring for the convicts thaa any other, was the purest fallicy, and to proof was plain. In the first place the law stipu lated that the convict should be , awarded twenty-five cents a day io working anl hie fin. Tbe lewees paid ten cents a day for law oae of the canvicts, tha paying fifhrtn aaaMs less than tbe county wa obliged lo allow tawsa. The actual expense therefore waa Ml sea seats a day to the county. Supposing it east afty cents a day io work aoonvict awn other labor waa (1 a day, waa there any dons about which was tbe cheapest? Acd, asked tba justice, would it not. be lb saara thing aa paying frfty C'nls for convict labjr against $1 15 for free labor? ... It ia understood that all tha Baeet intelli gent justices are heartily in favor al working the convicts on the roads. The superintend ent says h can have the five roads of the county worked five miles bv the next term of the court. A BIBCOCK BUT Aaaaalta Ike Cbler f tbe Fire Depart sweat A Bis; Orsei, mile Blwoa. Oa the corner of Second nd Madison streets, about 6 o'clock last night, Capt, Kehoe, of the Bibcock Fire Extinguisher Company, which is located on the bluff, at tacked Chief Cleary, and tbe latter went to work in pretty good" earnest to defend him eel', but they were separated by bystanders before any great harm waa doue to either. The Babcock Company was rt colly organ ized, the captain being allowed a salary of $60 per month. Cnief Clearr, who always has the interest of his men at heart, thought the foreman, on account of increased re sponsibility, deserved some compensation above that allowed the other member ef tha company, and has besn working to have Kehse's ealary raise j lo $65. He failed to have trat amount allowed him for last month' service, but Ibe Commissioners promi'ed it should be done, and lhat ihe pay roll should show a credit of $65 for July. Kehoe met the chief yesterday evenior, and remarked that be had signed for 165 for June. The chief replied tbat he was mia taken, and started to crois the street lo mail a l-tter, when Kehoe slopped him and in quired if he wanted him in the department. Tbe chief replied that he could gel another man aa good, if hs chore t resign, and Kehoe' rejoinder was a blow with his fist. The affair wound up as stated above. LETTJEKS FROM THE TEOl'LE. frlvllesjea r Lady Clerks. To the Editors ol the Appeal: Tbe interest sbown by "S.," a correspondent in yesterday's Appeal, for the comfort of lady clerks is higbly appreciated; but when be and the public are conversant with Ihe facts bis suggestion will bs untimely and out of place, so far a it refers lo Messrs. B. Low eostein & Bros. This popular firm have al ways allowed the privileges he so kindly sug gests, and provide stools oo which the lsdy clerks can rest "when their stock does not re quire attention and there are no customers to wait on." None could be more considerate of thecomf mof their emp'oyee. The proprietore, manager and noer-walkers ol this establish ment are as popular with their emploves as wi h the public, and all accord them the highest praise for their kindness and onsid eration. EMPLOYE. HUTKL AKK1VAL8. Pea bow r Hotel. C. B. GALLOWAY A CO Paorairross. Kate ti 60 , $8 aud 4 per day. according to aise and location of room. Table BoarU ViO per month. W B 8t Clair, Miss 8 M Sngarman, Hiss aire w n nowe ats, jaia r uowe, atlw W W Hilier. Mis Wm tdwards. Mias W H Burrow, Ark Thomas Af, Kj F A Furguen, Ind A F Sterue. N V B U Macmeado, N T GM Ely, Mich J B Jonea, Ky 8 F Allord, sty F K A ustin, alias J II Nance. Tenn Miss V Oalloway, Mia Mrs Thurmond, Miss Miss 1'hurmond, Mis B Kennedy, Miss N Armlstesd, Miss i B Smith. wA-c. Ohio LHHlrach, N? S Howeii, Philadelphia J Moore, jr., a A L KnUwage, Ark J D Kvan, Ky W F Ponton, Term E S fily, Mich U 8 Lacey, Ky J I.omttitreet, Miss Q Lahore, Tenn J K Logwood, Ala MrsHuut, Miss MisaThuimond, Mia E 8 Allen, jr, Misa L W Hernng. Miaa 8 J Oouly, Miai J W Harris, Tenn A S (Jhapneli, Ga Mew I'lareadeat Hotel. EXLABOin. PARLOR HOTKL OF MEMPHIS. Rates (A (2 SO and S3 per day. L.D. HUNT MaHAOKB. R R Jonea Aw, Mun B D Giiffi.. Ark J 11 Foster, Ark W H Harden, Ark CKennedy, Ark Bam 'I Exun. Ark J V Colemau, Loniartlle Jas Htlma, Louisville H nilliams, Louisville R U Wilder, Louisville Geo C Holmes aw, Ga P Hal lorau, Ky K L Kuudel, Ky CD Milliard. Ky A I Harris Aw, Galslen F Hmliuer, Mo Mrs E J Carriugton, Miss Mrs M J Canke, Miss Mrs bentAs, Louisville Miss Deut, Louisville Miss A Davenport, Pari W 8 Cross, Birllvtt 1 H Lackey, Huntaville D T Flanuery, K Y J H Denrk, Columbia W P Ellis, Ala W W ximmons. Ala J M Ellis, Ala J N Walker, Gadsden E H Lay ham, Ky Seih Cualln, Tenn L L Boyd, Somerville A M McMillen, Tenn D J Gaff, Batesvllle tVlaatoa'a Hotel. European plan. Enlarged, and refurnished. Pricea according to siae and location of rooms. W. H. BLN'iHAM MAHASKA. W J Walker. Ala J Pelquld, Ark J B Atkinson, Ark 8 B Towin, Mia 1 W Guest. La B Kcuuedy, Miaa 8 Donley, Mlas W P Hogan. Miss F M McVeigh, Ark T M Baser, bt Louis 1 Gaaala, Ark A i Zimir, Misa I C La peat, Va Mrs MiiJt, Ala T r Kaaer, Ark R Ynungblood, Mia J M Brackiu, Tenu R H Allen, Mies L W Herring, Miss W 8 Cochran. Miss A A Armialead, Miaa K R Armistead, Tenn Han y Ross, OHIO M Ke ley, Ark J K LaBraar, Ark K Dumas, Miss ADDITIONAL KIVKK MEWS. Wheeliko, July 3 Night Kiver 7 feet and uuing. weatnerciear and very warm. New Orliaus, July 3. Night Arrived: Golden Rule, Cincinnati. Departed: Mary Houa- ton, utncinuaa. Vickbbukg, Julv 3 Departed: Wyoming, Cinclnnat', S a m ; Arkansas City, 8t. Louis, 11 a.m. n earner warm. Cincinsatl. July 3. Sight River 15 feet 6 inches, and falling Weather f.ir and hot. Arrived: uona Millar, Memphla. Departed: Will 9. nays, new urieana. rT. Lodis, July 3. Night Biver hi fallen 10 luches. and now atanda 30 feet 6 iuchea by thegauge. Weatherclear and extremely warm Departed: City of Providence. Vickaburg. To tbe Public It has been agreed between Ihe Citizens' Mi etiag and t' Water Cjmpiuy ibat, id vitv ol the complaints seicst tne qualttv of Ihe wat r supp y, the Waler Company is not to r quite the pavmmi ol rates from iho-e unwilling lo pay until Au. ust 1st next, by whica limn lu Water lornpanv proposes to fully sod fi iailv report as to tbe pructl- ciini'ly of obtaining a supply lrom tbe Mu siesippi riv- r, and when e.ttd re, tort is made 10 the Cnia -us' Commuter, if sitif tciory to itattu ai to the Boris of si d company, the aij Committee arn lo rrc mmend thai I h payment of water rate be rnumeil. NAPOLEON HILL, -Chsirman I il.zeus' Committee, T J. l.AI HAM, President ri aler Company. Citlaewa' Waterworks stomtutltee. Napoleon Hill, Chairman. J. C. Neelr. Louis Hanauer, N. M Jonea, H. T. Letnmoo, W F. Taylor, W. B. Inallur, W. N . Brown, A. Vicia.ro. Telephone Clement for fresh, cool melon-, also choice chickens. Grand Nnmnier-Uarden Concert. ARNOLD'S FULL BAND, At 186 Main street, under C chran Hall, Sim Oicbner, proprietor. Akk your druggist for .Mis-isHppi Diarrhea Cor.iit. iVTCrlw Jnolitnte. The pitophlet of this lain'ina educational ins' i' ii ion announc-R that it is a mixed sell- ol, located at Bhalis, Miss. Its success ito'itg the schol isiic year hue hern v. rj grot. The atteoddtice was Urt,e, and the png ess of the pupils v--rv sat'-faotory. Tne school is ltracii'g Ibe favorable notice of a larg' numb r of Memphiao. SaSTerers from Kirtitej a Liver IraaSle., The direct resalt of vitiated blood acd weak organic movesaenl, will fiod Simmons Liver Begulator a true reni.tly for these com plains. Il imparts Lew lifs lo the blood and renew aad strengthens Ihe entire extern by promoting the hsalihy action of tbe li rer and kidney. I haw been troubled with liver complaint, kidney disease and bad blood for a loog time. I base ued fcjimmons Liver Begnlator, anl it baa done me more good than all toe medicine I ever took. I would not be without it. GEO. B PRATT, 0. . Deputy-Collector aa Datrict, Ga." Choice melons, on ic and delivered free, at Claaaeni's, 66 Beale For Making Ice-Cream UtsMank, Uraaalale Satar, r reaa Bell's atxlracle af Be, Alaoael, Vaallla, l.eatoa, Straw worry aiaeattlo. Maanwerrr. ataaaaa. Sraaoal Fiaeapal (or alaeraet. t illll Halt tor froealac. BCllaHan at CAMPBELL. EyebyboDY is pleased about the steamer Eckert excursion July4 h. Flwyd'a Soda, Mead and Mineral Water on draught. We make our Soda oat of pure bi-carbooale of sod and use pure fiuHstrun. MiaBlBsTPPI Diarrhea Cordial fifty cents aad il p r boitle. Caiifornia Wlaea. Oar fAtrd shipment for this season of Cali fornia wines ha just arrived, thirteen day oat from the vineyard of Lo Angeles, over the Southern Pacific. A thorough tent of these wines, not only by oureeivee, but by the citiaeaa of Afempnii, sanction our most un qualified praiae of tn-lr excellence and purity. Our "Zm'audel" is a most delicious claret, fully i'isl to the higher grade of Bordesox. Inn "Hoch" is a fruity and delicate as ih .t of the famous Rhine, and ihe Tokay" is as Inwious the Hungarian. Our best citiaens are using lhee Wines ir ,tad of the imported, and will indorse our recommendation of ihem. B-epeeilnlly, B.J. 8EMMES A CO. OXK TmoosAM melon at Clement's. FIFTY-SEVENTH POPULAR DRAW08 COLmOIIYEALTH Distribution Company, HATCBUAT. JCJiE SO, 1SS3. The fallowing i a list of the Drawn Numbers, with ine rases opposite: Loonrvnxx, Kt., June . Thia Is to certify that we, the undersigned, kept the record ot the draws aambers of the FIFTY-SEVENTH Drawing of the Commonwealth Distribution Company, wklsa took placa la tha city of Louisville, Ky., Jane SO, IMS, sad that the following list la correct. D. G. McNAIRY. W. D. COWLING. 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M 77241 77368., .. tO 77642 ... 60 77S IOO 77899... roo 77914. 20 77920. 60 6O016.. 60US6.. 60362. 5H97.. 5097.. 61010 60 61160 2 MM 60 t15flft saain 66 61691 ! 61628... .. 20 61762 20 6180 60 61821.... 20 72M. 7W22 78879 7621 7879 24162.. 24187... 24258... 24307 24.V20.. 24718.- 79088 790. 79157 79297.. 7970 7Ti6 79766.. 10004 20 8002 20 BUU67.. 60 SUI87 ...... ! 80191. IOO 80111 2 8U341 20 Sua' A 20 80877. 60 80HC 20 SU6I7... 6 8O710 S)o SW No. 807a.. Prise. No. . 20 876.. 30 S7W0.. Prise. No. prise. IM -J74...... JO ".Tl V2Sl-..... .0 20 21....... 20 20 ssosi ... . Ml 31 SO 20 1MI.VJ .. loo Ki220.. SO StlJi.... 20 O.Sl . 50 ... JO ... 20 .loo SatiS0.... S4JS... 20 20 20 20 .. M . SO MttSU 20 SSjl'2. 20 !C'.s . 20 20 934.. 20 (ts576 . 20 93419... lo. .- 60 .. 20 B SWi79 20 SSTlli. ... 20 i734 M ..lH 8939S. 0 20 KH10 .JS eSH2 M BSHfl 20 )67 leo 93477. ....... .. 20 93.-47 ss 93909 . 60 94118... . 20 94051. .. . 20 94158 , .. 20 94277.....f.. . 20 9t4l-S . .. 20 94491: .. 20 94787 . 20 94H4 .. 20 9492S 94932. 20 20 9S0SS . 20 95116 . 50 9.,J78 .. 20 95316. .. 60 95318. ...... . 20 . 20 . 90 . 20 . 60 . 2i . 20 . 20 .. 20 .') . 90 . 20 . 20 .. 50 IOO .. 20 . 20 20 f) 20 20 20 swia.... 90076. 90241 9N4I3 20 90496..... 20 90711 60 90787... 84953... .loo 90717. 99S75 90966 9U9S9. 20 20 20 95400 9o6l . 95964. .. 85030 28 . 20 S5U50..... .20 86057. SO 8olt6..104 SM66 20 85246.. . 60 86286 20 85376 .. 20 60 96046 ... 20 91008 91028 91126 . 91127 91-283... .l 60 9ni0i..aooo 96167 20 96586 20 970R3. ...... 20 9749:1....... 21) 97946 TOO 20 20 50 loo loo . 20 85428... - 60 91546.. 91644 .. 60 91652.... .IOO 91993 .. 60 . 20 91068.. 92t6 .. 60 9210S..., 20 Ml 94. . 20 92803 .. 20 t-2369 .100) 9272 . 20 92727 92766...., .. 20 2769 S,'.97. RSKK7.. t6918. 99037 98475 98881 ... 60 .. 50 . 20 ,.. 20 .... N .... 20 loot .... 20 .... 20 ... 20 86965... 85978 20 60 98920.., 60 86028. 86062 S096... 20 60 20 20 20 99096 92S6 99443. .... 99462 9-1519 863(10.... 863.18... 86418... 60 99975 20 87006 Approximation Prizes. No. Prlte. No. Pnie. No. Prise. 96101.. ..S300 .. SOO .. 300 .. 300 .. 800 .. 800 .. 800 44991 ... . . 02110 ... 200 200 200 200 19131 191-2.... 19134 19186 19136 .... 19137 191:18 19139. 19140 .8100 . loo . loo . 100 . 100 .. loo . lot) .. loo . loo 96102.. 9610S 44992... 44993. 44994 ... 41996 44997 44998 96104..... 96105... 96106..... 96107. 98109 96110 . 2ll , 200 300 44999. . . 200 300 45000 200 Th 1000 tickets enrling with 08, being- tbe nam as the two endlug- figures of the number which drew the Capital Prize, are each entitled to (10. LounrvTLLa, June 80. 1S83. The tib!ioriber having no connection whatever with or iuiertMt In any prize, ticket or dividend arising from or accru ing to the Commonwealth Distribution Ciniiany. and having been requested to actus a comiuitti-e to auperviae the Filty-bevttnih btnitle-N vinitn-r Draw ing of said company, which Iraur-ntt-ed this da; lu this citv. do hereby certify nrxra honor, that the foregoing are the numbers which were drawu from the 100,000 placed ui the wheel by ua, in the pres ence of the audience, with the prize correnpond- ia me row nil. J. af. WOMACK.lr.,,. Tnirn a urtvii I-Committee. Payment of prize will commence on Monday, July 2, 188S. The next drawing will take place July 31, 1363, $30,000"FOIt $2. POPULAg MONTHLY DRAWING! In the Cltr of Louisville, ou TtTrtan. T. t'l.T 81. These Drawings occur on the lat 1sy or esob month tRondaya excepUHl). Rt-pt-ated aitjinlioa tiou bv Federal and tsute Conrts have placet tlu Company beyond the controversy of the law. To his company twlonga the sole honor of bavin in ngurated the only plau by whirb their Drawlug re proven honi-4t and fair hevnnd qucistion. N.B. THK (XIMPANY Has NO' on HANDA LA SUBCAPITAL AND SKHKSVE PI'M). KKAD CAKKFDLLT TWIT LIST OF PKiZKd FOR THI JULY DRAWING. 1 Prise (30,010 1 Prize JO.Ut, t Prise M'"0 10 Prize 01000 each.. ... I0,') 20 rnsex SClearh 10 U J 100 Prtaea 100 each Ill 0141 210 Pitas 60 each U '0 690 Prises 20eaoh I2.0PC 1000 Prtaaa 10 each l i,l 0 APPKOIIM ATloft PRIZKS. 0 Prise 8300 each .. . 2.700 0 Prises 200 each .,8t4) 0 Prlaea 100 each 9t0 I960 Prise . . 9112.400 Whole Tickets,:, i Hair Yicart, at. 27 Ticket. 850. I Jt Tlclela. 910(1. Remit Money or Ran k Iirartln tiir, or"ti--t by KxnreM. DON THENU B V K Kt.'ISTFkKi) l-iCTTKI OK POHTOFF1CK ORDEK. Order al 85 and op ward, by Express, can be sent .to ' Address all order to R. M. BOAl'.HM: ' t fier Jr" ' RnlMtnv.. lajularitle, Ki-ntuc j. nr l.n. w rtonrt si. set. Wi-mniin "T MISCELIiAJiKOt.V Bargai s to Travclors TBCAtKS, vTlllKI tt, I TC AH BELUW .ST. QAMPLR-ROOM. 7 MAIN STREET, OP1 0- site we new atenaen nice. Repalriot 'ol Trunks promotlv tu-nrted to. These famnns Steel Pens I combine, tha i-eM-ntiul oualltlea of Rlmttlcity. DumtiUlry.andreuIKwHii Oliillactlnn, auti am m e,t tiiallptyfestir wrltiuif. t'ot aale every whore. Ivlson, Blakeman, Taylor ACoNaY. "FOB TABI,K WHltr The Natnral Mineral, KAISER WATER! From Rirresborn on thet I'.hinr. RECOMMENDED BY THE HIHHK8T MEDICAl AUTHORITIES. rscn'H HtLr.8r.k:a , aolo assai fur ibe I. h.j t .,uti i., iin, 17.11 F.I in .Ir.el. s,r V ...... ORGTLL BROTHERS & OO, ACallflTN FOB PITTS THRESHER. SEPARATORS OHIOAGO WAGON SOALESl S-TOB, price 9jlO 3-Ton, ric 50 4-Tou, prl-45 o)tM. McCormick Mowers, Sorghum Mills, AGRICDLTTTRAL IMPLHiW.SlTS, MA OH INERT, Etc.. 310 !JI 313 FliOXT N I KI K I -I KMIMIIM, TI WIV. SO"CTTECEE.lsr EXPOSITION", LOT7ISVTLLE, IC3T. g fi '' wTv'wa-2Ss.f b v J-TLt V fKi: VI . . .. -..f. i i "r: j, jT.'ia. frrs-' . a-- -4t - - LaaU& t3T Hardware IIoad.iuartora. -Stl W. B. BELKNAP 3c CO. Sptclal prices on FACE WIRE, BAR and SHEET IRON and General Hardware. M.H.Coover & Oo. MANCFAOTPUEKH OF Doors, Sash Blinds and Moldings ALL KINDS OF DOOR AND WINDOWFRAMES, Brackets, aad Scroll-Work, Koag-a aad Dreaaed Laaiber, MilaglH, Iths c.tt 161 to 179 Vashington St., Memphis, Tenn FopJfaT Btrr-M trm fmrry rrm tn th If irkthoiiw. on v,na frrrrr thm Iflllff VK KENTUCKY fVIILITARY IKSTITtfir. 1 J I J A raiSala. 1. riaahlla ty all aulas frowi Kiamlort. HaaiaaBK, a &I f aaaluirulaoa rautitnl lucatmn in tlie Htatc. lt by a. a well asbeatl b suism. A tall an ! aonanist ii a rsrnnr axperisea oHii ai brls Wept, a. r tiaioroea. A.TAOCXBO. B. VAOUAKO. A. VACCA1RC) He. CO- IMPORTERS AND DEAJLEitS k TTTTVmri TTATTAT-a A 1T iTf A T O' vf i in n.x i 1 1 1 1 1 a i it WW . a T 1 ri as W w w aaj a a or r .a. at sa wwri RO 97 FROiT D. T. POBTEB. H A VIHO pwrebasea to entire IntMwst ol Colonel W. t av)r In n arms ef Por4ev, Tar lor 4 tA, ana Corel. P.tor m Co.. wm wi l ornitlnaa tha WHOLOtALf Ufun-k1 ANI tXrTTOK VTOK AnCBimmuwat tAaold stand, an ouisroet. W tbana oar (rtonda aad patron lor laaU littoral woiias: In tb aM, and raspoMlullr oa Ibern laeoauaae UMlr boalnea (aratolnr witaont rbao. exort u a Id mat taeireomaaanirautoua to Ik aew Ors. Oonslnonu Uotloa will have oar mtmn caracal piaoaal auastllon, and llbaral ad vaneas will b saa on aaa wet dourod. liasaseiinAly, D. T. run . Maairwls. Twaa Jlevembei la, UU. . W.MAV TilLLISERT. mum QxtJ-AT' CLE AKIN fi SALE OF MILUNERY! In oeOv. t dispose of our Immense atock of Boring Goods, we have mad a REDUCTION OF TWKXTY-FIVE PERCENT ON ALL OCR HATS s BONNETS 1'FAIflEKN, Flower-, 1- ihhona, Fancv Hoorla, Ktu iKfca K'ry Corgft ia wnrraiittui at4 tuct'iry to tie. wnirer iuwry y, or tlie motify v, , bo rt'tunu! ly ibe irou froiu Tvhoru it wtn txmiitit. Th ootTVr-'rt prTio'.ncv! rt out ItNtrllnff phy tat tl.1uH.lU TO irif Wt .11". ii''1 i'tlth'1-Ht-tt V llidrt o-l Jt tliOtlt tWIUf OltOabU IU11 Ita.t'fi'Cl UUllltf CVIst oMM PIU FAy MnII, roatmffw PiJ-l Mt-ftlih I'lnlH.-. l.60. Hkar.AfMia, (tawM .btUtataal (iitN Heavy ) . Ktla., 1M UwxUtt. Prvart-HttoT S p-tM I.M. I'wtrag i Llr-A,priIit4T. ei.Cv. oT-wr Ml ty ItvMxIb KcIkII Itwslw eTcwW. CHICAOO COliAtT CO.. t hlcvtatfo, UL HKNKKS HIMH WiVMH. ArMf. Af-mithbl C0TT0!l GIN. Bruwn Cotton Gins Testimonials lrom Tennfeang Who Hare I sed Them. 1 1 uaoa lie work alee, awd la troablo IO roalrul." ci.avai.Ann, Tikk., February b, ism, i re, rived your rt-tter. In auswsr, we lake pit ,ure inwnKwminendlnK the Brown Cotton ?tQ. , Ve tre well pleased with our Oln tbat we pnr-bhe-el last season. It will do what it I rseoaa-mti'-lcd, It doe Its work nice, snd Is no tronhleta ooi r,.. L. 8. WITT. J. B WITT. L M. WITT. "ltIOB all lhat weexpoetsMl lllals." Chatala, Tikk.. Febnisry 7, 1882. 1 ! e Cotton Olu snd cnniienser we bouxht ol you has worked admirably: has done all we axpected 111 n. Our cotton merchant says It showed Ih bet, -imple of Hut in the market. K. P. JULIAN A BON. ! una wt snore rut too front a ! sasaal f ase if mm asr other 4. Im aronao aste.' J. W. al aw BORN, Macon, Teun. " I ties Its work tterforll', holla Iw eleoa. 1 1, llusnt and (lvlsau aa '." V. '. Vvrde Mills Co. F. B. McKLWEK. Treasurer, Atheu. Tenn. "Taey worst si I rely. Point Pleasant, Thh., Februiry . 1882. t: ie e UMVfApjrchas' d from vnu work ntcaly, and "they were purchaand for are well me p.rutxr l pk-, ed. - Ill liae(lisn perfect ealla'aetloa. H. KAHN SONS, Bolivar, -r.au. It raw o aire p-' wof lease II." PHILIP A BCOTT, Humboldt, Tenn. V.'e are w II flewaod writ a year ala.n J. W. ELLIOTT A CO., Baulsbnry, Tenn. V. e enwlder . ro'dor and I oadeaaer lBttlaeasalle.', t.l isosA. WIlliamKin Co., Tenn., Feb. 1, 18W. W,' inintuaaed 60-Haw Brown Oln. Feeder and Cnn '.oiik r lu Ihe tail of Iwto, and have now On inli.il Ihd e-olld wanit wlih It Tbe Ulu ba Klv ii i s a od sailsUctlun, makes a One staple, aii'l i nr euftoiiiers are well pleased with It. We con. derthe Feeder and t 'ondeuser Indlspetiwtble stl i-ti meuts. aud would not be without them lor net r itteircost. TANCV A MILUOITE. Brown & Nfarkp,Aents, Memphis, lean. T. II. King, Agent. Brownsville, Ton a. fl MANHOOD miySHSmLS wirt-ibl ConfsjcUon. For rrxUyii Imrm midm aa mi-tipiiiirnrMii.i -niiea rtrupin - ate. aiirsa aaatwva wsa sa. as. almj, i a., fc. VAU-AUt; t uiviii i itm ni HTKKKT. MKNPmi U. W. HAfJBiK. aneat Uve arm name a ,n atv-eof KOKTRa a If At 'a A K- ItSiix. la V