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a?ssrBwKe " itrs '. mrawanMnan THE MEMPHIS DlIIjY APPEAL-SATURDAY, JUNE H, 1885. f D3II!iISTKAT0irS SALE OF THE OVB LANDS AT UIJIC AUCTION. SALE OX PREMISES. UJTPER and nothrUy to me Riven fcy tbe latt will arvi c l.v : ent of Th i. Love, do esn.e.i. I, a Hdiuiuilra or ot said estate, will tell r public Ruction, on "WeJuoMlaj-, the ITlh Pay of June, xt t-tt bree stub tracts of !an helonring to said es t-ito. acd K-raled as fuliuwa, namely: One tract if AHtut lit acres, at the interfer-tron of the Turth Una of Kerr avenue with the Miatiip t v -r : w.e trart of 21 anre--. on the south side ol i ct RVrnuo. vsot ot the intersection o K rr av e.iue mil iVw li-inni roail : ope other tract of a jiut 15 acres', near Mstf Female College. These t ici pirreiatt p--meKarrp9 of land cub Itvidod .in conwcit iit tracts of from 5 to 10 aer-s. or ?-.tre, ard u'ied to all Hr.e of buyer?, from 1 he -iilat Mpecniniar lo lueiinei i t i The .rrowth -f Memphis is mini t y in t h dined inn, a id ete'l hy public :-Tni pr vi eu ir' ot varied character now t-i be teen n every tid-. Ttns s-lewili be in x e ami ... t - i e. The exp- ri-uce o laat T h.M!.-UD credit oi twelve and twe'y i'.)ur njtiirh!. ith ii.tr;-' .t from date. NuTAXE : , pw t'l i-'-cttjfr-ft , 1V-V rcbaer to pay 10 I er ii ' en tiiti kfound a ' d -inn euntro o &ie. Si-pf ready. 1-AAC M. HI DaON, Admt:i-tr.:cif of Thus. Low. J. II. HrMPKBrvs, NrneT, etc. ii GREAT liEDUCTlOSt 1 1 Our 83 3 LAPTFS' KID BUTTON SHOE rcduc.d to Our M LDrKM)rERA SLIPPERS re duced toQiJ C-VIar. AH other goods in vroporti n at the Cash Boot and Sboe Store. 410 Main Street. Canned Fruits and Vegetables, iralt-tl. sllretl And whI Pineapple, r.lriiardMoB A Hot)(n. reacts, li.m- berV Fewhn f,r frrftiB, California Hlillaril Yrllow PMrbH, Me Pratko 4'nllft.ritla Mflartns Peara, Mn t.ri.;:. -.. stlrawberrleis, Raaplterrlea, NrmiOH'S t rioius, Aprletats. A.u A--nii. Srln Beaae, Wlualow. . Oter and lumalw.: Pampklo -..Mi nib kiicNluk, toller-. Tuaatim, J. r. BUCEIIASI & CO ,sni & McCarthy, rropr'g, i ID, 142, 144 Front st, Kemphis ti? i.AUfillTBOILER SHOPS US ' ti S"iib, nd th. ooly aompl.te Boiler and 'TwwS-L'OB Works in lae citr. MannfatrPrt .. ..-. iron-cork ut very d .cripiion. Sprci.l et.otioa giT.n toplU. SLAGER GOLDBAUffl, TAILORS, Would call attention to their new toodi for hitrinar and Mmuer Wear, ol Imported SuitinTi. comprUlnr all the Latest :;,veltie and De.'Ktu. which hav. arrived acd are now ready tor tncocUoD Call early. Corner Jcffervaa and 6eoad sla. T. O. SCHMIDT 3c SON (Snsoeuor to J. Q. bhmldt). n. t. -r MAIWSTRFET whol.ialeand retail t rf.al.rfin eDM.aningalllou, Fl.i- to. Tarkip, Eiertrio Bell a"d Anonnciftorf tr l:TM.j'i and tvetannel. rurg.Kr acu uv f-roo: .. i) ocened and repaired. t.ie"trio ani -'.a? awayionnana. zvepairica at-nB.ua.. n;C TTO. Ji. 0. 5. Gkovio fiVr.RTCN G303VEK0R, Bed Bstafa Bsalsr; OTICE, S6- SECOND ST. n. S. Cor. Second and Canrt, zrZsni, liicrassEE ' J SAL ?MTE BOHSiTI A1TD SOLD. TAXB' L RSE Or hocse irl. An-lytWS Vane, street. " A0V A'iKNTs No'eir-es in Ladies and il-. ( u idren's wear. I ver (0 new de-irni. Noth 'ijr l'k u-ein .ell e. lasla shown- oeriu( i tr' nif:'i! monthly. Add ejs.witn stamp. II. H. I'ai'.i'Mll t Cc, s ?on:h May St.. Chicato. Xi'EATHKKS Old teinew, wared at hiehesi J? ca--a Tllue. A I -MITU. llcj'ain rt-eet. r I "J 5 E L L U a.--1 i d thou -e outfit and frn tuie I A.-.in.in. .1 t -ri- lor ptr OES Ito. d stand. ;c t.. d. - t Al lrt lj .UA1.1 "1. f' K i'K I r Si ' li "jit T - aaiii'unce that rror Portrait s.hix.1. S Mads n street, if uiiea 'o ' E eot lile siseportraiu mue i ? icpi s in a fjw lersons. Success guaranteed or no pay. (,KNTS For the Be"evo'.ent Mutual Life ; .--'r.-iation. ol Chattanooga. Fur further U.toTn.ti.;p. fidrc-s ' . . 1 MSLE.Jiattanooga. Tenn. SD-UA.D-Iron fmtand i-on bra'aeu. H TO M K ASL' RE Tauaht en tb tailor J svp -ei.i o Foaotmo . N j f uee.", no pay. ..rs '. S. An ie---..'. ' rer tVitEtc.oo'i lu'icSUtre. A.' K' 'Hbri-Wiil tei : t; snr, ijer. ch jr raw pcpilf dar E J ., this office. UT KK'S Bailt. repaired and warranted: brick wo-If t a I Winda. Office: 4-f. Vadi ,n street J'lt.fctnejwv. TlijJ.JJLBB.Na?. PA.rRAOE GeTire T. Vance. 24 m'les on Uora i-ke road, tia Djm t.c- -s of Silendid (.rtxs tnr; cluc, all udr if'tod t ne4j. llore aad mule1, 4- per itjnTb ; w.s, 2 .. LarHe lot ttr tiu-e'I rnXrts. butck. guaranteed ag-ainn iiray- FOR P.KXT. IjKvST FLOOR ,2SM',ekfrft" Peftbody Hotel ; ? B n'.d pl;te fo diy-b"a ders B. Apfeal. fiTT ifiK Kt ?4a M'flbi riini avenue. nw J cut-it of thre rcm and kitchen. with ei thy atr, iUrn and r.ver water, as, and nice jrirtien, tor 2 .man ramuy wun jtn reier nce. Inquire at b. H. L. LASKl's, U.1 31in bireet, letwren 3 and 6 o'clw-k p-tn. v Dcur Capt. Leaow's. Apply atjp.ar st- H OI'SE-W th 12 room No. 18 Mulberry St., iR, S. A. POOL. wBea'e. R00M.3 Tt -c nice nfurnibed rooms At 2 0 Vanea street T.V HPKINGFIELE. MO., Cotlaeehone rf sia X f uni-ped rirttuii. . for the monthj of June. July Lnd Aunut: houe ii opposite krounds o Drury .'lolUKe.uii tine ot street er. water, ir?e lawn, -i.it'io. and is in every way desirable. Terms on .-Pr'"' it ion - Andres for one week F- A HALL, t c a t y Oj i Ic if e , pri n v fi el d , Mo. T00Mry T o large, airy, furnished rooms, XV " i ngie orMite,wi Jft ain street, up-ata irs. 7 )04,.S Eletantir furnished at -V) Menroc X V Mr one sju re t He--body Ho'el. HOChK OK 1 ROOMS Lra rad. cistern, ete.ain (rood repair; wtll rent ebeartoone f-r twi i-nn:l. ISo. w Third street, Chl.ea. Atply at hi Market street. rOOM Furniihed or unfurnished rooms at W Court wfeet. P( ACRES OF LAND o. I, oo Caba road, tsJ fur rent or to farm on share-. W. tiL'CKARD, Two miles from B- jestown. J300 -H rctte of tront rooms, second floor, fnr LV niihed or unfurnit bed ; wuter privilege and S4LF. I SADDLE HOUSK -Pirst-ela-s and cheap. Memph s AWU1 and Wood M'. Co., A A an t i) Ma n street. fSUIXK AND BOILVR-25 torw-power en S2j pin- and boi'er, in No. 1 or'er. J. V. 1'A'i hi' K. at J. A. Forres' A 's. c lOW A yonnir half Jereev milch cow, wit tare quarter Jersey b-iier oitf. HOLMES CUMMI3. LTDlEODe extra rnti laty's horAe, and a j-JL pniitton, at ooi jeot t?'HfCKEHIN. PIANO- at obi Jetfarrjuu utrect exLended M early airood as new. V- jcmep !r rath Uo;;cK 6 Mr.SIC STORE. 'iMain st. KN k HAVLlN OHGAN-Used three uiti,,p, at leifs it, in first c ut. UVU.K'S MLfiUJ jSiOKE, 3S9 Mainst. C0TTGE Ni eottaBe. s:x rvon?s. with out- bu 1 lus;, on pavad atruet. in good Jj al-ty. A ddrjs 0. K., thi iiftce. srU A kTON A ssood phaeton and harness and a 'A ut'-n. .Tr-nlle uonv. Lull cvn ariva her : iLliu: u'ce trentie pony. n ptrret. .J" E tK oo hnrdins;bott e across the street from U J itahlf- at jitUiWood, with furniture in same. Will sell chuap. iSpplyon tae U!?- J . V PKT H I B. I nion Teet. Would ex- J J chane Ut larce l-t or subur an residence f R. J. ! VV HUE. 2& Mvn st INE i'lA-NO Nearly new cheap. AUi 1 ropiBr pireei. frfY.Y CVHKK.fS TIM V.li For inform- X.JJ ation M'uJy t Capui'D Mr. JuLn Overton. "Tj"ALEA5T twtor brick dwe ling, It Sli W a.hiuifton street. TIANoS Second hand Weber and Knabe and JT oci.er flrs'-cusi-pianos nearajr n.w ana in rftcrdcr, v.ry Vf ANNJrC T ElltNcE and "MS 5l.ralt. ; lot o7J4 b T-fc iJH'i Apply to ii. C. Kennedy, 47 Mosby st. T ,: K,SfcK blAia UiKliHins-ar- a!.ii. for any and all duos to the btat. 0.1 oViiilOJi ttaOSVEWOE. Hairle BoilerworK eaeta day at Iheiquar, below Tor r".rilDl.r bargain lo be ottered at KEdlH'M t lenrliiK Kale eaeta day d on -red at Iroan one-hair to one eeln thefralne. BUtOlIX l'OK TO-DAY. lHIo,"t Day ! Wf t Ik 11 at T-Iy Never Berore an t heap ! AT 50 t i: UTS-Boys' and Oirli' Hatf. Sue ntid immen assortment worth Two. three and lour times, it XI OO Ladies' Itelnian and Milan titraw w,rth ur to 44. u. a larcre lin- of rood Hat. at 15 cents. AT 75 '.Si(-JHll-Trimmd Whit. Poke Bonneta. Iff. w ti-. t-r Ifie Snmmer Jaat I Qtrvrioeed. TO COXTIXCE FOR THREE WEEKS. A FRESH BARGAIN EACH AND EVEHT DAT, On Junt 1 st sh'ill hfejin a CL EA '- IXG SALE of tingle pitrrnt nf Dretf Gootft, Rrmitnt. Singlf Paranoh, Singh ITafs. Sinai PiVrv nf Lac, nntl of all (f'lifsnn, r.fiffsrtf ttnrfc tfhirh w t1rf to tfisp-irrof h'ftre our Simi-Annul! in vmtnry. Tii fif-' trc thaV ronlinw for threr vrck. anJ shall nfTrr a nnr and tlix- tinrt h'jrqain rarh day, hroimtina JfSE I f. What each ilaift rtrw harqain In r mathr asrirtainel liV an rxaminatinn of thr rnntrn'n nf th' rlntilJe-riileil square I at thr hi ail of this a'lrrrtisrmrnt. !&&E.6.Krener&Co FOR EXCHAXiE. EXCHANGE for city real estate or a d ttock of general merchandise a Io. 1 sl.pnvl.nl Tn -1 1 H PuMns.r p t.am boat. And lcr icord l-Jnrovel city properly, one oi i the most powertui audbest equipped Tu?boataoD th Vii.ii.imn river. J. C. U VI r S A CO.. lo rronT fttpci. '8TR4TED. MAKE On evemnr of June 3d, one dark bay n,.r. li;i hands biirh. weight llOO l8. Lib ral reward will be paid lor the return of same to No. 50 ond street. jimu L.AKIWJ. a ti:lr Abont Jnne 1st, a small b own mare yX. male, branded 0 on left side. 1 0 on left side. Address J. H. BARM M. Memphia. STRAYED OK STOLES. I'l.P One lartra bl&rk hore male. abont VJ. lf ' hands hipf1, about eitfht years ol I, both mhouMf r hjdlv scalded with oil for fweenv. Lin eral reward for information that wli lend to re covery; UANAUER OIL WUKKS. TITLE A bay mre mall, no marks, V fcvi hands hirh, fnur years old; utrayed from Lake Cormorant, Misc., on May 24th. l-'ifieaQ doll s reward lor her return to G. A. BKEWfcR, Horn Lake. Mifg ON E white and red epecfcled milch cow. black leg and neok. cruoij'led horns. Liberal re ward f'-r return to W. A. t-tcger, 24 Hnyhnrn wve. R99XH A5I 601KD. ENTLEMAN and wife, or two sinRle persons, 7 en seca's des'rnble roomp, furntehed or an furni.hed, with or without t'oard. at Second. O N1CKLV Furnished Front . wiihoo: board, at v2 Court i Room, with or treet. piURNISHED h-OOMS At 72 Conrt street ROOMS A irentleman and wife, or twa gen tlemen. e:in secure a good rocm, furnished or and wife, or t nnlnrnisbed r ith board. orner of Third and Looneyl.be ea. D EIAtT.ERu0M3 AND BOARD, At t .Mauison street. A COUPLE of yoanr rqducu.;; can find board, with furnifbed rooms, it rc.juireJ, upon tuodernie terms, at No. 21i Tennessee street. A FEW NICE ROOMS Single and double, with rood board; term, reasonable, at 1 CLARENDON HOTEL. PLEASAKT rooms, furnished, 2 fiont, with or without board; table boarders. W Monroe st. T. JAMES HOUtsE-Ccroa Pjcond and Adams O streetj. Board and room, So por wiiek; OFFICE And furnished room for rent, at 59 MadiEon. Table boarders aocommoditgd. rELIQHTFTJL FROST ROOM, with or with L board, at 114 Conrt street. ROOMS Good" board and desirable roomi at Vrt TtH 111 AHnm tr"' Receiver's Sale. No. 555, R.D. Chancery Court of Si-e.by coun ty it. a. r a ton vs. Jon tent et ai. UNDER and "by -irtu of an inter ocutory de c ee nnnounred in the above entitled cauBe, I, as Receiver, will offer fur sale, on IbBndny, Juue 11, at public outcry, to tbe highest and best bidder. n front ot te sawmill Jofin .ent to., on Chieka-aw or Front street, M emphis, Tenn.. the to tetzin at it m , tbe toilowtng real estate frttnttnif on snid hicksaw street, in Memphis aforifai . at. d laid iovn on the p an of th city l Xetni hieaa' 0-3 ros 4U, Ml, 4; ana4i.iyrjc lime bem known a- tue Jcnn Afnt ; o. mi 1 property), togetber wttb iLe s&wmilf and ep-purienHncei- na ail the other improvo-ncnt- n -ndatuhed to said :ots. Also, a leasehold in terest in a lot mi the northwest corner ol Union and Second streets. Men phis, Tenn.. said lot hav nc a front of 75 fet on Second strent, with a depth of W feet on I-nion street, and has on it twj-ury bnk o"e, a by ii feet, and a shed in the rear, 2f by 61 feet, rhieh will go to tbe pur chaser of the lea h Id; the lee rurrt until the 1st o February, IvA, at a rental f $a per year. Atihs same tine and place I will offer for sa'e, to the bifhrst tioder or bidden, alt the lumber, si.sh, doors a)d other building materials, or?, e fixtures, three wag -ns, one mule, and all other person 1 property f si. id fi m of John ZentA o.. the same being in my. hands as receiver afore saia, Termi of Fale- One-fourth cafh. and the bal ance in purchaser or porch4er Botes, with Se curity , due at H and 12 months, with interest from u-te. nd a lien re'ained on the real es tate, inu um.rg terpenoid, to secure notes exe cuted tor lii e purctiaji ot eacn re-p'cuv II KN'WV 1. .iiTiV. R ively. LOCA L JSOTIC-S. Lace cubtains, sbirts, collars ami cuC.B finished eqnal to new at the Memphis Steam Laucdry, 2'.'4 Second street. Buy yoiyr Shirts et Way's. Jck FcuhUm Slittu, ii Conrt street. W. Goodvkab, hst and bonnet bleacher. No. 4-1 Sorth Court. ' Gbeat reduction in sewing machinee. New Automatks at J0. 44 N. Court et. SiKMtui" Steam Laundry, Steam Shirt Factory, 21 Second street Goarantee all work. Lyons Tasteless Syrnp of Quinine pro duces exactly the same effect as the bitter qninine. Children love to take it. Ts Heiwl Chill Cure, the beat tonic and anti-periodio kno.a. A certain and sure sure for chills. Price $1 per botili. eei.d stamp for circulars. Any reference a-iva. Address John C. fcuor. Lynehberg Rceo a Carnrk k's Sodinm Hypochlo rite, hecommended by the Public Health Asso ciation a. superior and least eien.ive of nil dia infcctiotB tud germicides. Cbokra, diphtheria, evers. malaria, ev., prevented by its use. bold .crywubre. bend lor rarri.li-t. KEE0 4 CARSRICK. 1W Fulton dtreei., New l ork. Rsmembkb the ftrand czepteion to Hull? Pprincs over the Memphis, he I ma an.j Bruoeaitk railroad, Sunday, Jane 7tb. Fare for the round trip, ninety cen s. Train leaves corner of Broadway and Main at 8 ::;0 a.rti. ; returns at 8 p.m. Managers : Kobert Lee and W. M. Hereford. Xo will regulated household should be without a bottie of Angostura Bitters, tbe world-renowned appetizer and in vigorator. Beware of counterfeits. Ask your grocer or druggist for the genuine article, manu factured by Dr. J. (i. B. Siegert & Sons. Order Itledi.l- at Mulford'n. Da. IIoixie?, Indianapolia: "I consider Betbepda enperior to Apollinaris either as a luxury or a reinedv.'' J. B. kOBIN'SON. Sole Agent. D.a'f roll lo aisraitt (be rresb.Alr i:i canilon )'. W. I'vle. Artcraooss at S "cluck and ailsrbt at H loU. Mnale toy Arnold, (UAL. Pitlsburg Cos'.. Kentucky Coal, Alabama Coal, Anthracite Coal, Cannti Coal, By the barge load, Car-load or cart-load, C. B. EKYAN & CO., ' tO Madison street. The Searcy ftpriugw Positively cure Dyspepsia, Indigostion, Neura'gia, Kidney, Liver and Malarial DUeEs s. KlieumatiRm, Sore Kyes, t-kin Diseaws, Catarrb, Dropsy and ( hronic female Complaints cured or greatly bene fited. irRt class arcommodalions, excel lent society, telepTHpu and dailv malls. For references, latiisof hoard, etc.. ad' tress 16. 1. BENNETT. Proprietor Hotel Bennett, bearcy, Ark. Honoxrsni ItanelMat Hnlford's. ludt-utf ; RKHOTCD BT THi C8 Or COCOAINB, And it Bticirilatee and promotes the jrrowth of the hair. Burnett's FlaTOring Extraota ara tha beet SNOWED ;UXDE1 The Game Testertlajrs Gorgeous Victory for the Mert-htuts' Exchange KIne A BIj Crowd. Memphis ana Nashville Again To-I'aj Contemptible .Scheme of the Co - Iambus (ta.) League Club. The srame veeterdav between the Mer chants' Exchnnee and Cotton Exchange nines was well attended, there beinc atxioi 12lH) people present, of whom about were ladiee. J he pertoraiance conimencea at 3:45 o cioct by music by Arnold a Danu, after which the iramo commenced. The Merchants went hrat to the lm ana made two nine on tan error of short and a three-base hit bv Gav. The Cotton aloo 2ot in two runs on called balte.a mnff and a safe hit. In the second inning the Mer chants made four runs on a baee on uaile and three two-bape hi tp. The Cotton made one ran on two Bv mufls and a fumble. In the third, loonli and fifth innings no rans were made, the outa beins in. rota tiou, with on'y one base hit on either Bide and one error each, acd a pretty uoutue o'av bv Dmo nnn and Oay, the score beinu then 6 to 3 in favor of the Mer chants, when, according to the programme, l e eama was caued. lno Amateur Athletic Afesociation then gave a very jciod exhibition on horizontal bar and a springboard, which consumed about half an hour, i he balance ot me eme wan then Dlaved. but without any features of Rpecial mention. Below is the tabulated score which the scorer, Mr. TomliDson tiied to keep np with, but there was so much changing about that it wsa bard work. It will, however, be found nearly correct : THE SCORE. MRRCBANTS. x B. E. B.HjpO A. K. llayea, e I I 8 5 il 1 UolleT.lwrr, p 7 2 1 ' 0 10 0 Gay, lb A s. a ! 7 4 4 10 0 3 M Hurst, lb 4 ! 7 3 1 2 7 2 H. llurst.2b . 7 2 1,3 0 2 llimmaiD, 3b 1 7 3 4:5 1 2 Vaccaro, 1. f. A P 7 3 1110 0 Ford, c. f. 1 7 4 3 0 0 0 Phillips, r. f. I 7 8 1 0 : 1 ! 0 Total I 64 I 29 18 ' 27 I 2' 1 10 cotton. as. E. B. HjP.Oj A. I. Taller, c... 6 2 0 11 2 2 Brown, p 7 3 1 2 12 1 Dooglat s, a. 6 3 2 1 1 2 Monlromery, lb...... 6 1 1 11 0 I Gibbons, 2o 6 14 12 2 Mitchell, 1. f. 6 0 0 1 1 1 lialbreath, 3b 5 10 0 12 Jacobs, r. f- 0 0 0 0 1 1 Mallory, c. f 5 2 2 0 0 0 Total i 47 13 1 0 27 20 12 Phillips, r. SCORE BY INNINGS. 1 2 ..2 4 ...2 1 3 1 n o o o 6 7 3 10 Merchants Cotton -29 Runs earned Merchants First base on errors Merchants, 8; Cotton, 9. First btse on called balls- -More hante, 7; 6ot- ton. 5. Mrack out aMerf hAnt-, vx cotton, e. Left on bases Merchant, S; Cotton, 6. Two base hits Merchant, 4; Cotton, 2. Three-babe hits Merchants, 4. llnma run Vrft"iri t. 1. Loubls play Hayes and Gay and Da mm an Lnd day. Pft-jp.l btillii-llav.-. 4: Tall'T, Wild pitches Vauuaro. 2; Brown, 2; Gibbons 4. Fl es cauuat Merchants, 5; cotton, . Time of gin.e l! bours a Ltd 57 minutes, ta ipireJames Carr. To-Uay'a C.uie The name to be played to-day between Memphis and Khville will be the &nt nniil the 25th instant, when the home team will cra bats ilh CaatUnoepa after a grand tour of all tbe itiea in the Leegue: Memphis. Bund... . hullivan Cross Nash fwa tjie Rafferty Sylvester Bell Mas ran H. pnnftnnn, Rath riWf. Pitcher - Vo8 Catcher - Marr ."hrt fop .B--ard .. First Ba?e... ... ...f'jiniers .Second Rase KelloM ...Third Rape ... .Left Fieldpr Cento Fielder.. hiitht Fielder.... v err.ck Cul'en ..... I'iestvl , Crow ell Coatciuptlble eirhruie. Indignation over the attempt of tbe Co lumbus Cmb to oust Memphis from the Southern Baseball League is not confined to the proteesion alone, but was pre'.ty generally expressed yesterday by peop'e who do not take any mure than u patsing interest, if so much, in the national pats time, 'ihe charges were so man.fef-tly un just and farfetched, and were nijted in so vindictive a spirit, tbat the whole proceed ing was regarded as a reflection, not alone upon the baseball club, but upon the ci v as well. The Columbus team w&s very nnruly when it wss here, nd the pitcher, Clarke, bad the habit of gettirg off his b.ix, to which objection was veiy natu rally made. The manager, whosaiig under the enphocious cognomen of Powell De France, grew red in the lce and declared bis determination to have Memphis ex pelled from the League in less than a week. His intention wss good, as the following charges, which have just been made public, wi.l show: JliMPnis, Tesx., May 12, 1S85. II. 'W. Grady, Esq.) Tre-tdcnt: Dsar t la When we arrived in Mem phis to play the games scheduled for May 9Ji, 11th aud )2th, Mr. Bmitb, the manager cf ti e Memphis club, assured me that we wouid gat a iquaie deal, and, believing Lim, I told him to give me a man thai understood the game and he paid that Mr. Cair understood the game and was an noneat man. Mr. Carr made his appear ance and umpired as rotten a game as I ever saw. 'itiegnte receipts were i9i 75. The audience were disposed to be quiet and orderly. I told Mr. Smith that Mr. Carr would not do, and a?ked him to get another man for umpire,which he did, the last selection being worse than the first. Oa Monday I proposed to Mr. Mancini, president of the club, to send to Kash ville for an umpire and I would pay half the expenses. lie declined to do this and would only allow us these two men to select from. We had to take Mr. Carr, and be either doe not under stand tbe game or willfully gave us the worst of it. The receipts Man: day were about $0o. On the lest day the crowd was very small and very disorderly, men uing profane language among them selves and toward piaverg. ine manage ment of the club allow a bar on th ".round, where they se 1 intoxicating drinks and peddle tbe same through the audiecce. The grounds are sitnated about two mib s from tbe hotel, and are the very worst I ever saw, and 1 cannot see how Memphis can be made a paying ball town under the present management. In a,Ji,'on to the foregoing, I wish to call the attention Zl the League to the stone placed in the pitcher's box, u r?,n ur feet long and seven and three-quarters inches wide, and being In tba eir. by foir feet lines as prtscnbed by the rules.' We asked them to remove the stone and tbey refused to do it, ai.d after tbe game we had it measured and asked the umpire to sign the statement, and Mr. Smith rofusod to let htm si;n it. Mr. Smith told me in the presence nf sn outside party turtt be intended to rob clubs coming to Mem phis, and I said to him that that was not the right kind of talk for a man ager, end be said tliHt he did not care, tbat be mas going to do it. In conclusion, al low me to say in lbs interest of all clubs belonging lo the League, tint I think it would be bet ur to oust Memphis from Lite League befjie it has a chance to do any more damage, and there is no question tbat a club condiM.-lad as it is, ia an injury to the League. Every game that has been played' on tji9 Memphis grounds since they placed ihe stone in the box ought lander the rules) to be given to the visit ing club. POWKLL n'FBANCE, Manager Columbus Baseball Club. Se7eral members of the club and a num ber of outsiders who have no inter est in it beyond the pleasure they take in the sport, were seen yes terday, and the opinion seemed to be unanimous that Columbus was en deavoring to pnt np a job on Memphis for tbe benefit of Savannah. There must be an even number of cities in the League, and if Savannah should be added to the present list there would be an odd num ber, nine. It is therefore necessary to get rid of one of the clubs in order to pat Savannah in, wnich if cine would give Georgia four clubs, fr'aahville, with com mendable suirit, Las made a vigorous pro test, and it is not believed that the Atlanta club will lend itself to so contemptible a dodge. Beer was sold on the grounds for a short time, tbe Memphis club being then in ignorance of the rule of tbe League against it. The otlecse has not been re Leated since notification. No complaint a ever been made by an; other club In regard to tbe pitcher's stone, which is of the regular dimensions. The Col n tu bus team oljected to tbe a'ad of tbe Ine that tbe umpire was obliged to impose upon Pitcher C larke rather than the s xe i f the stone. Tbepaik is one of the best in the Sou'.b, as level as a ft Kir. and admira bly situated for the convenience of the public. Ihe attendance has been nni f iimly good and no other club, except tbe Columbu", has ever found the least excuse for complaint. It can be put down as a cerUiiot y that the plot will fail. H x clubs are required to expel. N a. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Yesterday was opinion day In Chan eery. . There has been less hurrah about tbe building of the Cotton Exchange than about any bnildicg of magnitude ever erected in tbe city, and yet it is one of the handsomest structures in tbe Sooth. It looks more like its pictures every day, and will show op splendidly as soon as tbe nee is removed. No licenses to niatry were issued yes- terduv. The Merchants proved themselves the best men. The prospect for two Directories for 1SK6 is excellent. In tba Probate Court yesterday D. Bryson was appointed administrator of Kate A. Bryson. The Knights of Inniefail and Red Branch have a grand picnic at Fitzgib ban's Grove to-day. Louisa, a novel, by Katharine Mac- quoid. Just published by Harptr Bros. or sale at jianeioru s. Tho grand iurv yesterday indicted Gallon Liggon for criminal assault upon a four-year-old colored child. The only arrests made by the police vf aterdav were Kobt. Dnnbar and Sam Carson for assault and battery. The audience at the Young Men's Hebrew Association Hall last night was one of the fiuest of the season. A cold medal was Dreeented last night bv tbe Teutonia Veruin to Mr. Joseph I'hl, who lias been tne president lor ine pubi six years. The police last night arrested D. C. York, who some ten months ago shipped a lot of drowned cattle here from Arkan sas to be sold as beef. If the Citv Ka'laav had asked for right of way on Madison instead of lor engineers' grades.the petition would prob ably have passed unanimous. y. The voice of the i eafowl did not dis turb the stillness of laat night's air. The curfew sounded lonesome when it rang without the usual accompaniment. The Rev. Eugene D.tniel has been in vited to deliver tbe baccalaureate sermon at Arkansas College. Consequently there will be no tervicea at tbe first i resaj tc nan c union to-morrow. Nothing has been heard lor some timb of the Citizens' Street Railway. Tbe coun cil was permitted to hoid a regular meet ing the otber day wtibout a word from its projectors, though it is BaidoO.OiO stock baa already been subscribed. The Young Men's Christian Associa tion took all the tracts, tbe circulating library and the pretty girls with them when thev moved beck to tbe Odd fel lows' building, but they bad to leave the bowling-alley behind. Tbe bill creating a funding board with power to settle with the creditors of the old city npon the best terms they can ob tain has passed, and tho appointment of the citizens' contingent is momentarily ex- ptcted. ine time is limited to January. Cards are out announcing the ap proaching nuptials of Miss Lucy P. Weiei- ger and Mr. Lee A. tjouiter, wr.o win oe married June 11th, at 8 o'clock p.m., at Calvary church. They have a host of friends, and the wedding is sure to be grand affair. George Bird, of this city, has been lodged in jail at Bolivar, charged with being implicated in the robbery and burn ing of Elliott's store at Saulsbury. Four of the gang are now in jail there, all of them having been arrested by Detective Mowatt and his men. The discussion about the advisability of cntttng away all of tbe bluQ between Madison and Monroe streets except the portion occupied by the customhouse bas been dropped, as the city is not able to pay for tbe paving, and it would wash away unless paved. -Inspector Lane writes a letter to the A tpeal, inclosing another written by Mrs- Harper to the chief of police, in which she charges old Dan Shelly with the mcst outraaeous cruelty to bis boy. Ibis is tbe letter mentioned in the Appeal s account of yesterday as tbe key to It1 spector Lane s action, iie says all tbe witneeses present were summoned on te half of Justice Pool, and adds that the at torneys for the defence just ran the trial to suit themselves, lie lntiats that the noy was cruelly treated in spite of the fact tbat no bruises were found upon his body There is a good deal of talk about the prospective drill to open the fall trade, and the plan seems to meet with general favor. Memphis has contributed to the success ct grand unils all over tne L nntd Stales, but has never arranged one upon her own account. The Montgomery Grays have decided to participate in tbe Na tional Snldieis' reunion and encampment on tbe 27th instant at Philadelphia. Nine companies of tho Second Alabama have already entered for the encampment at Pickett bpnrjgi on the iua lustsnt, witn four more to hear from. The Chi ka will wait for the home drill then on to Chi cago for the first piiza. PERSONALS. Miss Orris; P. Boast returned yesterday lroin scnool. Thb Swamp Angel, Martin Mitchel, who has been in tbe ijity t-jr" or three days, went borne yesterday, tie took in tne Italian picnic, and was the center of at traction. LAAV" REPORTS. Chancery Court WePowell. Judge. Opinions and ruHngs rendered yester day ; W ellboorne, a tministrator, va Home, ruling on construction of will and order ing reference. Berry vs Etes, ir junction dissolved as! to .MiPs)K.-icpi settlement tiy administrator. Brown vs Shepherd, former ruling as to costs fllirmed. Planters Oil Mill vs Newell Mill Com pany, injunction dissolved conditionally, and motion to dismiss attachment over ruled. Smith vs Bifga, reference on memosanda in opinion. Lowenstein vs Mississippi Valley In surance Com any, case set for Monday and papers ordered 10. FROM THE PEOPLE. To the Fditors of the Appeal : While reading a programme of an ex-1 curaion to be run to Holly Springs Tues day, June U b, I find tbe names of a num ber of prominent colored ministers who, with all vengeance, censure and condemn Sunday excursion?, yet who, in the same programme, most heartily indorse ard sustain baseball gaims. These reverend gentlemen, with tbe exception of tbe Rev. Robt. Talley ( who refused to sign his name to such a programme), prove to be true the old saying, Heave at a gnat and swa'iow a camel. Preachers should prac tice what they preach. We are of age; we can walk or ride ; can stay at borne or go abroad, bunday as well as any other day, CONSISTBNCV. EVERY nrst-clas, dea'er sells Opera Fuffi Ci.iret!n; b cents tor lu: 10 cents for 20. Sfngiteiic nVa!cr, Af "Vlfi Kpcond street Come and be cured. Don't mil loatte.d tbe Freah-ilr F.x eur.ion'uD E. V. Cole, jtfirruooa at 3 e'rlork and nlalat at a o'clotik. Usual by Arnold. Sunday Excursions to Lake View ten tinned. The Saturday evening excursions to that beautiful retreat known as Lake View, over tbo Louisville, New Orleans and Teagilroad. have been discontinued, but luo Sunday excursions will be kept up during the summer, for the benefit of the stay-at-homes, who cannot afford to Indulge in the cooling sea or mountain breezes, but who find an admirable substi tute by visiting Lake View, which is a lovely spot, wrought by nature's own fair and cunning hand. The excursions over the Louisville, New Orleans and Texas railroad leave Sunday at 9:30 o'clock a.m. and 2 o'clock p.m., and return at 7 o'clock p.m. Music on tbe grounds. Two Freab-AIr I iserilani Sunday on K. w. Cole i leaving at s o'elocb p. in. and Se'rleckpm. Mu.le by Arnold' Band, no Improper eb.raetera allowed. ' Ad t ire to Slot hers. Mrs. Wir.slow's Soothing Syrup should always be used when children are catting teeth. It relieves the little sufferer at once; it produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain, and the lit tle cherub awakes as "bright as a button." It is very pleasant to the taste, soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, re lieves wind, regulates tbe bowels and is the best known remedy for diarrhea, whether arising from teething or otber causes. Twonty-fle cent., IWrla SALE OF YALfJAULE REAL ESTATE. On Wedneaday, Jane 10 1HS3, We will sell to the highest bidder, at public auction, on corner Main and Madi son streets. Memphis, Tenn., certain five lots on Jefferson street, each lronting about thirty three feet on north side aud running back 148, being the lot on cor ner of Fourth street. Terms of sale; One fourth cash, balance in six, twelve and e ghteen months, interest from death, etc. il. L. hi; ION. Jan t, 1885. It. J. BLACK k CO. Two Freab-Alr Excursions Sunday on E. W. Cel. leaving at S o'clock a m. and a o'clock p.m. Mu.lc by Arnold' Band. Ho Improper eharaeteraallowed. Uld jrold and allver taken mm cash al Alullord'n. al Main. . LOCAL SPORTS. More Improvement at the Jockey Club Course What Col. Montgomery Says Abont The Prospect Tor a Fall Meeting The Athletes, the Bicyclers and tbe Boatmen. Tbe clatter of hoofs and a clond of dust made an Appeal man pause on Third street yesterday, as be was about to crows, and the next moment Col. 11. A. Mont- gomeiy, tbe president of the Jockey Club, drew up to the curbstone. Tbe dust with which he was covered looked very much as if it had bten brought in from tbe race track, and eoiigi inquiries were according, lv made. "I have bad a force of men at work out there ever since the spring meeting," said Col. Montgomery, "aud I bava just been out to see bow they were getting on. We are engaged in rounding np tbe work began in the spring, and wnen it ia all done the grounds will be unsur passed. Tbe gate house is now nearly finished and the stand for the timers and reporters completed and newly painted. It can now be entered oniy from the track and it will be easier to keep out the crowd in the habit of walking into it from tbe field. 1 he cross fences have all buen re moved, and it is the intention to make a speed road, bordered by shade trees all round on the outside of tbe race-track. Tbe inner fence has been entirely rebuilt, aud the half-mile Btart widened. The stables have been enclosed and the pad dock greatly improved.; A store-room will be built and supplied with all kinds of feed-etulls for tbe convenience of stables when quartered at tbe track. The restaurant bas also been great ly improved and .an observatory is being built on tbe grand ftand. Plans for an elegant clubbouse nave been drawn up, and 1 have every reason to believe it wilt be erected at an early day. Ia answer to inquiries about a fall meet ing, Uol. Montgomery said: 'mat is a matter of which 1 cannot speak advisedly at present. The track is nowsopo,uiar that I am inclined to believe a fall meet ing would pay, provided we could give it during tbe first ten days in October. No body is very busy bere at tbat time, but it would be unwise to attempt it if Col. Clarke intends to keep his meeting going, as he did last year, until October 21st. We would have to wait nntil the close of the Louisville race meeting, and unless it ends in time for as to get through with a four days meeting by the 10th oi October, I am opposed to it. I have not yet communicated with Col. Clarke, and don't know what be intends doing Nashville will have no fall meet ing." Local porting Biotea. Thf Blackfisb Gunning and Trailing Club will close its list of members this week. The Amateur Athletic Association will soon occupy its elegant quarters in the new tibthel block. The exercises of the Amateur Athletic Association at 'Cycle Club Park yesterday were very creditable. Tbe regatta begins to assume prom'sing proportions. There is no reason why it Bhouid not be a big success. Five new wheels at an average cost of $125 have been ordered in the last two weeks by amatecr cyclists of the city w obk on tbe natatorium is progressing satisfactorily. It will be a very bandsome improvement, and will no doubt be financial success. It is unfortunate that its building was 83 long delayed. Fous members of the Memphis 'Cvclo Club are anxious for the Southern 100- miie road record, and propose to win it by ii( ing to Holly Springs and back. Tbe distance is forty-eight miles by road, and there are plenty of hills to climb. Tbey rode to Hernando a few days since, travel ing an average of seven miles an bour. They were royally entertained, and were sent home covered with flowers gathered for them by the ladies. Tiik Memphis Athletes are figuring on a big tournament. 1 bey bad a special in vitation to go to St. Louis to-morrow. which will be the greatest day in the his tory of athletics in that city, rsever be fore have so many or so valuable prizes been bung np for competition as will be contested for on tbat day. Never before have so many athletes of world-wide national aud local teputation been brought L get her in tbe W est. And it may be con fidently predicted that never before have such close, exciting and interesting con tests taken placa in that city as will be seen next bundav. DRAW-P0EER it mu.-h dearer than a draw of anOpera Puff Ciirurotte: 5 nt.sor in H. LOWEXSTEIS at Bit OS.' Sl'ECUL OFFERINGS . FOR Saturday, Juue O, 1!5. BARUA1X DAY FOR GENTLEMEN ! WE OFFER 100 dcz Gents' linen, printed border, hem.-tifched Handkerchiefs at the re markable low prico of lijc each, or $1 60 per dosen. ' " ' . - i2 9o will "buy one dn?n fini st un bleached Balbriggan Half-Hose, fall regular made, with ribbed French leg, requiring no supporters. 75 cents wiil buy a box containing two pairs Gents' Wash Suspenders. GentB t-nported English Qause Shirts, full regular, reduced from ii 60 to $1 each. Boys' laundried custom Percale Shirts, two collars and one pair cutis. Our price has been $1 ; we now offer them at 50c each. Gents' Gauza Shirts from 25c to $1 each. Parasol! Parasol.-! Special inducements in this Depart ment. Oar recent purchases of Para sols have been made at such low fig ures that we are enabled to offer them at lower prices than ever. : Misaes' fine battn varasois, SO inches, at loo. Pongee Parasols, lace trimmed, at $123. Biack Satin Parasols, lace trimmed, $1 75. ' All-bilk Serge I-arasola, 2 inches, at $1 25. Coaching Parasols, all colors, at 90c. Fans! Fans! Fans! We offer to-day Three Special Drives in Fans. One line band-painted Sateen Fans at 33c. Would be good value at 75c. One line hand-painted Sateen Fans, natural bandies. We offer this lot at 50c, former price $1. . One line hand-painted Sateen Fans; very choice gocds; usually retail at ?1 25. We only ask 75c. II. M E.VSTEI.Y ct BROS. ON AND OFF 'CHANGE. Intensely caloric. Eoos are quoted easy at 12 Jc. Cotton tales 700 bales, all to spinneis. Baseball monopolized business at the Exchangee. The New York cotton markets are still on tbe decline. No change in tbe condition of tbe Liv erpool markets. Spinnee8 took all the past week's sales of cotton 3000 bales. Cornsieal added a nickel a barrel in St. Louis, and closed firm. Corn imports yesterday, 10,015 bushels; exports, 10,2fj3 bushels. Ripe peaches have made their appear ance eV the fruit stands. LivtnpooL reports a better tone for cot ton, but no change in pr:ces. Potatoes continue dull in St Louis. Onions are a' bo dull and lower. Tub palm-leaf breezs promoter is a part of everybody's outfit these days. Mancuesteb reports cloths steady, fair demand ; yarna firm, fair demand. Tbe Chicago provision market closed firm and fractionally higher yestorday. Cotton lost another fraction in New York, and closed also lower for futures. FwENTY-rouB honored bushels of oata were included in yesterday's rain re fieipta. ' A vbby large crowd of friends of the orphans congregated at the Exchanges yesterday to see the teams off for tbe park and compliment them for the noble cause in which they were engaged. Tnrt Pt. Louis provision mprket closed quiet, vitli pork a shade low' .rid lard hijitKT. oiin was easier and a fi action lower in Chicago and St. Louis, but wheat is still advancing. Receipts of cotton at tbe ports yester day, 1303 bales, against 4797 bales same day last year. Tub Memphis and Holly Spring! rail' way in doing an iinnxmoe amount of busi ness already. Tub Merchant boy a got away with the Cotton bovs, but they all did good work for the orphans. Any of the prnfftwionals who wish to tackle tbe Morclinutii' nine can do so if they want some fun. S. J. Hutchinson, Louisville, and Thos. A. Bruce, Citruthersvllle, Mo., visited the Merchants' Exchange. TheOrain E'evator reported in store yes terduy 12U.318 biudinls and 42oO sacks nf corn, and 27U5 bushels of oats. Tub Union Stock-Yards and Fertilizer Company reported receipts of 2 car-loads of cattle, and sales of 2 car-loads. Bets were freely ollered without takers yesterday that tbe Exchange baseball teams would make a better score than did the Memphis professionals on Thursday. A pbofe'hional baseball slang-slinger reported the result of the orphans' game thus: "Well, them 'ere Merchant fellers ies' knocked tbe atullin' out'n tbe Cotton duffers, and don't you forgit tbemfellers plays, they do. Tub Call BoaTii opened yesterday morn ing with a ten-minutes discussion of the rights of bnyers and sellers ia corn trans actions, when delay in elevator resulted in damage. The rules of the Board were quoted as covering the question. Thb author of the camp-meeting Btory has supplemented tbat interesting ro mance with one more thrilling, in which a prominent Memphis manufacturer, who owns large mining interests in Mexico, and a vioiting mining partner are the heroes. The two teams nresentcd a fine appear ance ai baseball comedians when tbey emerged from their dressing-rooms ac the Exchange yesterday, but after the game each individual wore anascectof dilapida tion that might be classed alongside a hos pital grin. ' THE BIGHT OF WAY On .tlaullaon Street and the City Coaoell The Attitude f the Street sallriad tiaeetiea. on tbe Vexed The bitch between the Council and the City Railway Company was one of the leading topi.s of conversation on the streets yesterday, and there was a general desire expressed to un derstand exactly what are the rights of the i ail road under its charter. No one understood the wording of the petition to be at all offensive, and took no exception to it, except because it a. sumed tbat the company had ihe right to lay tracks when and where it chose, without regard to tbe con.seot of tbe city. Whiie there seems to be a disposition to do everything pos sible to encourage the building rf street railways, both in and out of the Council, the question of the tight to tbe city to say whether or not tracks shall be laid on certain streets, is legarded as being very terioue, especially in view f the rapid growth o: tbe city. Tbe friend a of the railway state their side of the caee very clearly. J bey say tna: tbe petition of the City Railway Company to lay tracks on Madison street to tbe depot of tee Memphis and Charleston Railroad Com pany requests the General Courcil to give directions to tbe engineer of the Taxing District cofnrnieh the company the grade ol tbe street. Ice company, as its charter prescribes, wibhes to have its tracks conform to tbe grade of the street. The city engineer is the proprr person to give the grade, and we submit the Street Railroad Company used all due courtesy in requesting of the Council an order for its engineer to give the company the grade. The charter of the company gives it tbe right of way. The fourth se: uon thereof reads: It may construct. maintain, use and operate slreet railways by animal power on all or any of tbe streets of Memphis. . A corporation has authority to nse all tbe powers necessary and proper to the me ol the powers given by tbe charter and tbe general laws not prohibited by the charter or the laws of the land. This being so, bss tne railroad company, nnder it cbarter, power to lay tracks on the streets in the city of Memphis? If it bas nnder its cbarter what right has the General Council to prevent it laying track a? After the tracks are laid its charter further provides '"that it (the rail road company ) shall be subtect to such reasonable rules and legislations in respect tnereto as tne Coramon uouncil ol the city of Memphis may from time to time bv ordinance prescribe, etc. Bv a contract between the city of Mempbis and the Memphis City Railro.-id Company, entered into in 1&72, among other thiogj sgretd to it was contracted tbat all tracks of the railroad company shall be laid in accord ance with the grades ol the streets as now or as may hereafter be established. a d tbe railroad company thall obtain the gradei of the streets on which it has laid or may lay tracks from the city tngiue'T." So we doubt wbetber tbe General C ouncil bas any say so abont the "right of way" under the company 8 charter or the contract referred to. The City Council undoubtedly has the ngat to "eguiate tne tax on the cars, the speed at which they shall be run, etc., but to concede to it the power to grant tue light of way would be giving the Gen eral Council higher power than the Legis lature had. We have no doubt the Gen eral Counc 1 feel hat they have greater power than a corporation, that they are su preme in authority here in the Taxing District. Conceding it, the street railroad company docs no more in Ung the peti tion than what its charter all-Ws and sanc tions. The p-.wer under the constitution is vested in the Legislature to grant the right to use the streets and alleys of a city for lines of railway. Xumerous legal au-r thonties can be cited to maintain this as sertion. AMUSEMENTS. Exerclaes In !ocutloa. Tho hall of the Young Men's Hebrew Association was crowded to its fullest ca pacity last evening with the friends and patrons of Mies Grace Lewellyn, whose pupils in elocution give an entertainment at which a number of amateu musicians assisted. Tbe audience was perhaps the most brilliant which bas attended an en tertainment of a similar character bere in years. The applause, though fre quent an 4 warm, was intelligent, and the affair, as a whole, was one of which Miss Lewellyn has good reason to be proud. The programme, as published ff'.tri7 moriiihg, Was carried out to tbe letter, Misves Strinberg, Mitchum, Mof fatt, Vendi;, Ceach, Miller, Minor, Levy, Woodtrd, J tham and Miss Lewellyn re citing choice selections. Mr. Turner ren dered a violin solo, Miss Lena Thompson rendered "Anx Italiens," with organ ac companiment by Prof. Schlutz, and Mits Greenwood sang with her usu: 1 success. One of the leading features of the evening was the recitation of f'Opl e'ia'a" lines in the mad scene by Mife Uattie Enslry, who possesses dramatic talent of a very high order. People's 1 heater. Grand farewell benefit to Lew Milton to-night. The best show of the season. A hoot of volunteers. Liiye Lew a good one. THE WEATHER. Indication. For lenncssee and the Ohio Valley, fair weather, ttationary, followed by ris ing temperature, variable winds, general ly shifting to southeasterly, falling barom eter in the western portions, rising followed by falling barometer in the east por ions. Meteoroloarleal Keport. MKvr-His, Trkit., June 5, Time. Bar. Ther. Wind. VVeather. T:"0a.m.. 29.847 79.0 W. Clear. 11.(10 a.n.. 29 S 0 W. liaay. 3.00 p.m.. i!9.7'.3 VZ 0 Vt'. Clear. 7.00 p.m.. 29.7S5 90 8 8.W. Clear. 11.00 p.m.. 2y.S(.l 81.8 S.W. Clear. Mean 29.815 84.3 Maximum temperature, 94.2. Minimum temperature. io.O. Oiouoioone 11 a.m. ,0: 11 p.m., 3 a1e,0 to 10. All observations taken on 7o meridian tima. which is one hour faster than local time. Cotton Region Bulletin For twenty-four hours ending June 5, 1SS5, at 5 o'clock p.m.. central meridian . stations or Maximum; Minimum litHPDia lem- Tom- Rainfall. district. perature. peraturs. Memphis 94.0 75.0 0.00 Nashville 91.0 75.0 0.10 OrandJunct'n 94.0 C9.0 0.00 Brownsville ... 9i.O 71.0 0.00 Caring-ton 95.0 71.0 0 Oil Iiyersburg 95.0 T 0 O.no Bolivar. 94 0 69.0 0.00 M-lan- 97.0 72 0 0.00 Paris 115.0 .57.0 0.00 Withe 96 0 71.0 0.00 Corinth 95.0 tV5.0 0 00 Batesrille 97.0 nil 0 0 00 Hernando- 98.0 58.0 O.OO holly Spring!. 94.0 73.0 0.00 Oxford 94.0 69.0 .0O Grenada. 95.0 64.0 0.00 Tuseumbia 95.0 tS.,.0 O.uO fiecatur .... 97.0 Bit 0 0.90 ftoott.boro W 0 on 0 0.00 Burnt 1804.0 1297.0 iTlO Meant H. MJ Q.01 THE RAILROADS Of Memphis and of tbe South fcienerally Telegraph Facilities of tbe f alley Line. The Louisville and Sashrllle Gauge- Sunimer Travel Opening A Sketch of Jfaoag-er Uaalt. A comtbact has been executed between tbe Western Union Telegraph Company and the l-ouisville, New Orleans and Texas Uailroad Uompany, by which tbe former takes charge of the telegraph business along the railroad line from Memphis to New Orleans. Thi.i will greatly facilitate the people living on that route to com municate with tbe outer world, it is probable that a line will be built from Greenville, Miss., to Leland to connect with tbe main line. This would be a great help to our merchants here, as well as eleewheie, as ever since Greenville bad a telegraph office the tariff was very high, owing to tbe fact that it was very expens ive to keep the wires in working order to Vicksburg, which line was built through a very inappropriate section. It is probable that this wire, which rune along tbe Mis- siseinpi levees from Greenville to Vicks burg, will now be abandoned, and leave Leota, Skipwith, Mayersville and other river points without any telegraph com munication. tieaseral Haoaaer Oaolt. Mr. John C. Ganlf, who succeed, Mr, John Scott as generaj manager of the Qieen and Crescent, was at one time as sistant superintendent of the Chicago and Northwestern road, and was afterward general superintendent of the same road. which place he filled for several years. In 1877 be went with the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul as assistant general manager. holding that position for about a year, From 1879 to January, 1882, be filled the place of general manager of tbe Wabaeb St. Loii'R and Pacific road, and from Jan uary, 1882, to April, 1883, be was general tralhc manager and second vice-president of the Wabash. After the road went into tbe receiver's hands Mr. Gault was made arbitrator of tbe Western trunk lines. which position he now holds. In addition to being a thorough railroad man. heisiaid to be a very courteous and suable gemle- SPIEES AM) SPARKS. The railroad officials are keeping a sharp lookout for the snmmer travelers, the sea son having opened. The Lucia di Lammermoor, the Mann boudoir car tbat took tbe prizs at tbe Ex position, bas been assigned to run between New Orleans and Atlanta. The magnificent Pullman palace buffet car Norfolk, which took tbe blue ribbon at the Exposition, goes into active service at once on the Illinois Central railroad. The Kansas City Belt L:ne railroad. which bas been in course of construction for eighteen months, wassubstantially fia- ished Monday, and is now ready lor the transaction of business. Fifteen excursions from Yicktburg over tbe Louisville, New Orleai.a and Texas railroad are booked so far for the month of June. Included in tbe list are Memphis, Port Gibeon and New Orleans. Tb April statement of the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad shows: Groes earning', 52UJ.001 ; operating expences. S20b,'J21 net earnings, $83,074 That of the E izi- beth, Lexington and Big Sandy for the same montb shows: Groes earnings, $oo, 688; operating expenses, $38,9011 ; net earn ings, lb, tf. It is authoritatively stated that now Unit the recent Tennessee bond decision an 1 other causes have given the Louisville and Nashville railroad surplus moneys, the management has finally decided to change the wno e system from a five-feet to tne standard gauge, and that the change will be made next May. - Preparations will be gin at once. Thekb is a growing desire among invest ors for the introduction in this country of tbe English system ot chartered account ants, so that the people may feel certain tbat tbe returns made by railroad officials contain no jugglery of book-keepiDg. The business of a public accountant or auditor lias beet-Hi? so important and extensive in England that it bas been elevated to the rank of one of the professions. Tub Arkansas Valley people say that the real trouble abont the incline at Ar kansas City arose from M r. Procise ren dering an account, some i'erns of which were objected to. The company Eettied the trouole by payment of the undisputed part of the claim and agreement to adjudi cate the balance. The action of Procise and of tbe people oi Arkansas City is se verely criticised, The Austin, Northwestern and Narrow- Gunge railway was bid elf Wednesday by A. P. Wooldridge, president of the City National Bank of Austin, for S150.OO0, for William B. isbam and associates, of New Y'ork. It is asserted that the road will he extended in a short time on to the town of San Saba. It is now in operation to Bur net, west of Austin sixty milts. Tbe road cost $600,000, and is tbe pet enterprise of capitalists and wealthy citizens of the State C pital of lexne lEShEX'S LOCAL. Bummer has come and we are prepared to make the season comfortable for Memphiana. We bave just received beautiful Al paca, Mohair and Seersucker Coats and Vests which we are of fering at very low prices. To day we sell a limited quantity of Seersucker Coats and Vesta, odd siaes, For 9Sc a Suit. Something new in Gents' elegant Dreaa Suit for 8a BO. All-Vl ool Buslnei Bulla, 810. Gentlemen, pleaeo boar a mind tbat we ha',e tha' Lost tbat can be bongbt in Shirts, Fnderwear, Scarfs, Hals, Sboe and Glove, All of tbe newest designs and z t prices to aoit tu. times. At 42c, Gents' one dollar Straw Hats. At $1, Fall line of new Darby 3. At 1 3c, A good Mackinaw worth $1 60. The Youths and Roys who will soon be men are not lorgotlen. At $1 5S, Boys' Suits (knee pants). At $2, Boys' Long Pants, all wool. At 23c, Boys' Straw Hats worth 50c Boys' Shirt Waista and Dress Suits a new esina yery low. We Will Sell To-Day Special bargains in Hosiery. Special bargains in Parasols. Special bargains in Shoes. Special bargains in Gloves. Look at our 44e Jersey. . Look al onrAlliSlIk Hilt fur S9e. X f MEKE.VS. Don't rail to attend tbe Fr.eb-AIr Ii. cnralon on K. W. olej Art.raoon nt S o'clock nad night at 8 v'clock. Buslc by Arnold. Children will eat Lyons' Tasteless Chill Tonic and Lyons Tasteless Vyrup of Qui nine, r.nd never know they (re medicines. They are as p!e.v-ant to the tate as lemon sugar, and never fail to cure. y. W. Jones di Co. and S. Mam-field & Co wholesale agents. t Sfakklbng Bxthesoa stands at the head of alt tderveecing waters Sold by the bottle or dozen. J. S. ROBINSOX, Agent. Mnlford, Jeweler, Sttl iil; Fills ordera from the country prorrntjy and satisfaction guaranteed. ' Two arreah.AIr fxenralon Monday o E. W. Cole i leavlDK at ; e'.loeu p.m. and S o'oloek p nt. Kuale by Arnold Band. Ko Improper character allowed. Bhksda Water received fresh weekly direct fro-u Waukesha. i. 8. K0BINS0N, Apothecary. THE GAMBLING LAW I DlHnned by "Mcmpklaa la a Latter to aabTllI. Tba Urand Jarr Cbara-esI I, K.ajartf lo tlaadaj- Baaeball. Nashville appears to take a deep Inter est in Memphis affairs and its papers seem toenioy posing up tne city ctliciais. in tbe Union of yesterday morning the fol lowing hair-raiser wss given a conspicuous position : To the Union : Memphis, Jnne 3. In a clipping from yeur paper, printed in the Appeal of this dale, I notice that the Hon. Mr. Lewir, memlwr of the Honee of Representatives from Henry connty, has introduced a reso lution to appoint a committee to investi gate tbe criminal judge of Shelby county and tbe action of the attorney general re garding their prosecution of tbe gaming and baseball laws of onr State. I trust the resolution will pass. There are two noted gamblmghouses in full blast bere every night "Wetter's" and "Blessing's." They opened tbe night Douglass mounted tbe criminal bench, or the night after, and bave been in lull blast since. There are other bouses of similar character through out the city, it is a well Deneved tact in Mempbis tbat tbe gamblers of the city and sporting men generally elected tbe judge of the Criminal Conrt Wtiat for I can t say, unless it was a bargain and sale wen understood tbat tbe eamblingbouses were to run as they pleased. Jndge Doug lass asks tbat an investigation be made. aek as a citizen that be be grabbed, and it not too much money ia used by the gamblers and their friends corruption will be shown that will startle tbe people. There is not a man in Mempbis that does not know tbat tbe law against gaming is daily and nightly violated. Tbe commit- im, u appoinieu, snouia oe given very liberal powers, for they will have the devil tb fight Tbe people of Memphis want the issue made, and not a Shelby delegate dare vote against it Everv one of them knows that the law is violate,!. A1HMPUIAS Private telegrams eceived ia tha t-itv yesteiday announce that the resolution in troduced by Mr. Lewis, of Henry, to inves tigate the court was tabled. The ssony is accordingly over for the present. W nether moved by Mr. Lewis or by tbe discovery of tbe passage of tbe baseball law, or for some other reason, cannot be said, bnt Judge Douglass yesterday charged the grand jury to look into the alleged viola tion oi tbe law against playing baseball on Sunday. As the Sunday game., are the only really profitable exhibitions, this acti ,n will be almost a death blow to tbe ulempbis club. The crowds on Sunday are always large, as many ss 2500 people frequently being present. The club will be out ol town lor tbe next three Sundays, however, and if the pressure sti 1 exis's when tbey return it is hinted they will play anyway and pay the 125 or $o0 fines, HOTEL ARRIVALS. Peabody Hotel. C. B. GALLOWAY A CO PaorantToai xiaies a ouana per aay, according to . tun xovabion oi room. B P Kerrell. Miss J K Lehman, Kr B M Oswold, X y J PTeemer, Tenn S F Wet more Ohio 8 B bone. Ark CCConley. Mo B K Webb, Tenn 0 J Nance, Mir a F W IWiles, N V C K Davis. Ark K II lavlr. Miss J B Mr Elveen. city w (t Kic-bardson, Miss T E McCumo. Mo J L Robin. on. Mi.. C I Cir-h, Ala H 11 (irirg. K V W S Hewitt, Tenn W Roland, N Y B E lirace, Mo 8 B Kennedy. La C L Adams, Va ft E lJoune, Mass Mrs 8 L Audigier, Ark G W Hamilton, X V C D Meador, ity K T Williamson, Tenn It K liersdorf. Mo L A MeConnell. Mo A C Kuykcmlall. Miis Miss K Parish, Misi Mif B Doyle. Miss Mi a R Kuy kendall, Mist 31isa h Kayburo, Miss I' 11 Rogers, e rk O R Graham, Tenn i Zo.ller. Ky 11 i i Collin, Tenn J htoveos. Mo 8 P J..hoiton..-N Y vt Noble, Ala X M Miller. Tend J B Carpenter. Tenn A II Hose, Ky J M Power. N J J A JKomll. icon C F Simmons, Mo Il Campbell. N V J Caldwell, Ky F W h-l 11. R T Williamson, Tons. C B Woodruff. N T Jas Uainer. Boston a .vicriier.ontfity 11 J SniDIUCrGeid. M-SS Ji.a Slum - rrfi.1,1 Mi.. r o Allison, ly m x nccucj i ii.ue,u . oi r reem ju , vol J E Davis, Col J Mi-Murray Awf, Ark S C Poney, N V (i E Billinrslay, Miss J t-kinner. Miss Mnl.eeKk-hardsoD. Mi Hugh Kii-hurlon,Miss Mii-e L Hamilton, Miss itee rueiiarason jr.ans A vt inninrhatn, Miss Winnii.aliain.MiKs II T ll-iHp. VI.. J L Atberton, Ky J no E Logwood, Ala u arten, Ala b fc v ebb, Ky X d Gardner, T. no. fiaalna'i Hotel. W. II. HlXfirtAM v..o. European plan. Enlarged and refurnished, rricea according to tise and location of rooms. J C Brooks, Miss W Connell, Miss Casey lonng, city G Sibly Af, Ark J w Atkins k'. Ark . : Hoad Aw, Ark r tsona, Ara j w Little, ky W T Hr-gera. Tenn E A l.indidey. Mii-s v riogers. Tunn w A ttainey. Mtsa .1 UJarratt, Ark J S Fmley, M i.s fi J Finley, Miss Mrs B A Tucker ic.Miss li ll t inley, aitss J L .im merman. Ark Miss .) K Ward. Miss 1) B ketuham, wis.Miss W Eskri.lge, Miss o A lucKer, Miss Miss b Mark-. Mies ' Mi.s r titaras. Miss Mtt-s Yarb. rough. Mist J K Malone. Ark W Killouah. Ark A Mnrtimun . 1 11 Cti Olmsted, 1 1 N M Washer, Tav K b Kobmson, Tenn J C Dale it, Tenn S J'ter, Ark Miss W Jetar. Ark Mi-g E Howell. Ark Mil. t tl,.,l.. i.i. -i'JS "-k.a. Ark u D Cuibcrnonsef Ark A T MiU-hel.. llaho J 11 Henry. Tenn L F-icditian, 111 J Morrow, Tonn Joseph Uise, Ky J W Jauiee, Jlias J Linens, Mo. Duny' European Hotel, Corner of Adams and Main streets. R-m, 50c, Too and 81 pur day ; Aintirit-tn Plan t2 per day. . lirt fla.j Jiiivr.urant in the Hotel. J. M. IK- Ji I ,10 yrs with Peaboir Hotel I. Panp'a , K ei!inger, Ky A McConncll. Pa I) C York. Ark F M H alsh, V Y MUByroa. Tn R T Hums, Mass i) 55 Humphreys, Tena W li butiu, Tena C B. Smith. Miss F L Juhnson. Miss 11 L vv iliiamson, Ark O L Como. Tcaa. l a uaaer, lenn J W Fd,voolt, city J B Franklin, Tenn K lr.cy, III E Secger, La R Bell. Tenn LFGTiffiB.Vv U L Jones, Miss T L Soaper, liid T S Lesier, Tenn ADDITIONAL BITER NEWS. Wheeling. June 5. Xisht liiver 7 feet 9 inches, and falling. Vicksburo, June 5. No arrivals. De. parted? Golden Rule, Cinoinnati. UbwOblban. June5. No arrivals. De parted: City of New Orleans, St. Louis: Wm.S. Brown, Ohio rirer. Pittsburg, Jnne5. Nieht Elver 4 feet i inchea, and falling. Weather cloudy and cool. witn indications of more rain. Cincinnati June5 Night River 19 feet 9 Inches, and falling. Weather clear and eool. B arrivals or departures of regular packets. LoOKVILLB. June 5 Niirht, Ri 1 iocb in tho canal and 6 feet 11 inches in the cbu-e on falls, and ttationary. Bu-inesa dull. earner clear ana warm. io arnvula or depart- HEMORRHOIDS! Blind, Bleeding and Itching, l'os-itiftlj- Cured by Cuticnra. A warm bath with Cuticitra Soar, an exculslto Skin Beautirier, and a single application of Cu Tict'Ea, the great Skin Cure, will instantly allay the intnse itching of tho moat aggravated caseof Itching Pile;. Tail treatment, combined with irartll doses of Cuticcra Kksoi.vsnt, the new Hood Purifier, three times per oar, to regulate and strengthen the bowels, overcome eontipa tion and remove tho cachk, will cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles when all other reme dies and even physioians fail. iTciii.vG piLre, I was taken for tha Hist time In my life with B ind Pil-i. 10 aevere that I could hardly keep on not ieet. I usod various remedios for three weeks, when the disease took tba form of Itching Piles, and growing worse. By the advics of an old gentleman 1 tried the Cuticpra. One unpliralitn reii.m1 th iirhinp. and I was soon cured. I wish to tell the world that in cases of Itching Pi'es the price or the Cdtici-ra it of no account. From an unsolicited quarter. O. C. KIUBY. 62 West street. Concord, N. II. PILES TWKSiTaf YESM. Har'ng oeen a martyr to Piles for twenty years, I was advisod by a friend to try your Ct'Tiei-aa Kkukdiu. which I did, and am thankful to state that 1 am now perfectly relieved, and hone perm anently so. RICHARD NORMAN. New York. P.S. I would send yon my address, but I pre fer to remain in obscurity 1TCBIXH PILES. I began the use of yonr CtrrictitA RtutntKs when you first put them on the market, and know of two cases of Itching Piles that hav. been cured by the use, at my suggestion, of thefe remedies. Virbex, In.. F. N. MARTIN. ILL TUlt TOOCUDI. I have tried yonr Ccticura Kfhrdiis and find them all that ou claim, and the demand fortlem in this section is great. AUGUSTUS W. COLLI "3. HlGGSTOX, G. CuTicnaA Rrhrdiks are a fosiuve euro for very form of Skit and Blood Diseases, from Pimples ta Kcrol'ula. Sold everywhere. Price: Cpticiira, oOo.i foAr. Se i Rsjuouvint, fl 00. Prepared by Poms Drco akd Lhbmical. Co., Boston. Mass iend for " How to cure WUln Islaeaaea. CliTV Blemishes, Pimpl, laa.11 nhi Humors,! lea. Bla"khea4 and f, Tit.i-' SnAr. MANSFIELD'S MAGIC - ARNICA - LIKIMEHTl TUK BKST Liniment for man ami bwt. riirrt- at once NrnrnlArln, lihcaroniltin, C ram ipM, Hi ten, Kore Throat, Innbngo, Wovnilfl, i-nlarfemroia, and aoy Ills. e that rum be reached br txieroul lean. It will give QTJTOK, -XjX- Beware: All otbr "Arnica" Liniment are but attempts to imitate the "old" reliable " Maori a Arnica Ltalrnent,'' Ask your JUrua- aflflLfOrit. mlnilfrtlira.il h- thai ","' rHini. iiurnii, i ut. nswriu.ii Bituiwnt VU- -rHSi TENN ' ..uiacT arers of LoTi.nl ana CTreole Hair Rarrtorer, HunpraHan Balaam for the Lunge, an. liaoafialtl a CfaiU acta rT(r todio, t UNJVEfiSITY OF VIRGINIA. wrnwrR w i.p.cnjir(ntnewM.iy begin th July, lxt, and end 9th September. Have) proved of signal use 1st. to students who design to pursue tbeir studies at this or other Law School: 2d, to those who propose tor.sd pri vately! a5d 3d, to practitioners who hav. not had th. advantages of systematio instruction. For circular apyly (P. 0. U niversity of Va.) t Josa S. itmoR, Piof. Com, and Slat. Law. V Howias. MsiFlSi. MIIS. OROILL BROTHERS & CO.. J. F. HOLST & BRO (Successors to O. H. Hoist k Cro.) T, yf- -y4 W-rV.-.O'.i.i.S, Funeral Directors, 824 MAJLS STREKT, KEtfX'KiS. A FULL ami oomjlt stock of Wood and Me tallic CaM0 and Ua-kein, Ctr.W'r-td Cr ket and Banal Bob alwari rn hand. -tTMwr hr twltrr i.h promptly Piled. U1I AT ROCK-BOTTOM TRICE AN IMMENSE VARIETY OP HATS and BONNETS AT THB UNIFORM PBICB OP T'ctronty.-'liro Coiitan I Large Cartwheel Hats at ., Fine Leghorn Flats - Milan IiaU at French Chip HaU GOLD AM) SILVER WAIZE, .30 rests ,.50 cents ..75 cenla .. 00 Scarfs, Kibbons, Flowers, Jersey Pina, Etc., Etc S. Feathen Cleaned, Dyed and Curled. Golden Hair F nid by the small or large quantity. 1 a Itphablt Kemndy jor LivrCotiiud ilutc bf m demrtrrrl or tur)id condition ut the Lcr, Vh pTiia, Cotwtiptifn. HiliouMirm, Jamhct Helnrri, ftl-lana. Rtieum-litm, rlc, Iio-(-cn1at4iB trir hrmvls p'in fii trie ('". itrntiL't hm thr j;v.tni t! !" jtio. AN INVALUABLE FAMILY MEDICINE. Thousand s of testimonials prove its merit. AM liBUUuUiT Ull,iaL YUU lit, -EFUTATluN. F11ESC0 A11TI8TS. AI.1. STl'IiKN. Ho. S) Mia Street, 'J IS BETTER than "Coal-Oil" or any other burn ing oil. Can be used in any lamp. For sale by Charles Ringwald, Poplar slrtet. Fred Morti. helbv street. Wm. Kussart, torminusof Vance street, e-jr" of Linden. -E. C. (Jreen, 672 Main ttreet, J. J. Duffy Co.. SIX Main street. W. C. (i: is wold, fj! Main street. Otto Clausen. Us Poplar street. John Cumuiins. 21H Put-lar at' ... Miss Mary lli.-h.nl,, laVitel. j "J SVte1 - Son. 67 iieale street. J. X. W a . iU A ro.tm Mam street, ueo. m-i;n.t corner Vaure and Lauderdale sts. X eseen, j PojiUr street. Ryan k '., 'Mi Main street. A. Hitileid, 2Xi becond st'eet. E. "Wriirht Co., 414 Main street. A. Kohlbry Jk ("o., lc Poplar street. F. Franklin Jc Urn., ance treet. E. . Campbell Co.. 46ti Main street. S. Bohr, 131 L'D-n street, Joseph Nixon, 7ft ChaW&aton avenue. W. E. Butt, euraer oi Broadway an-U Hernando street. A. phill, 9d Seventh street. Fort Pi-kerinir. Charles lcnian. Suuth Gate, Kltnwood Ceine Wry. Head Co., 143 Main street. R. M. Hilton A Co., 71 Fifth street, Chelsea. firaham A Peniek, 46 and 4A Ihird street, Chelsea. ti. A. Warrinir, 85 Crnsey street. J. J. Duffy A Co. S. Main street. Mrs. C. Vaee?( oorner Fifth and Mill streets. J. N. Sntherlaud, 4t North Court street. L. D. Bonfanti, 4o6 Main street. John i.VcMahon, Sixth street, Chelsea. M H. ReUly, i7 Auction street. John T 1'enneffnn, Grocer, hio Winester ar. Fort W-ito, Ak int, eor. Bronuway and aNinth. Patrick McG-tufthr-n, 643 Shelby street. Mrs. Koa Werner, cor beeond and Chelsea Fts. Parties who-e nature are not in the above lit are not handtiofif ein-Proaf 0f, and will be prosecuted f-r inlrinfretnent on our trade-mark lor roresentinp or Pel in (r nthe oils as Ktre P..ot Oil. CHE-i-CAR LEY CtMrANY. mm appeal PER YEAR IS THE SUBSCRIPTION PRICK OF THE MEMPHIS IEKU APPEJ Send lor 8AMTLI COPIES, to eALLATTAT at HEATISia. Mempbl Manhood Restored Kkmlut Krkb. Avic-timof youthlol iinprauVc causing Premature Decay, Nerroos Dvoiiity. Lc -' Jeca iff tn atanhooO- Ac. having trid m vaib every kuowa remcdj.rraarliBCOTere!! a Kimpiemeansotaelliur which h. ..P i.r. A' UP IT. mh! f-1 In. ..'- i-O. C.-M3. J,tUU:cYits.JClUu uu aujiaw VuraV I Owe My lfe, CHAPTER 1. " I was tiken sick a year ago With bilious fever." " My doctor pronounced me cured, but I got sick again, with terrible paina in my back and Bides, and I got 50 bad J Could not move 1 I shrunk ! From S lbs. to 120! I had been doc toring for my liver, but it did me no pood. I did not expect to live more than three months. I began to use Hop Bittern, Directly my appetite returned, cy pajnj left me, my .ntire system seems, renewed a- if by magic, and after asms several bott eslamnct only as sound s a sovereign, but weigh mar. than Ididbtore. To Uiy Bitters I owe my M e." linblia. June 0, '8). it. FITZPaTRICK. " OHArTKR II. "' Maiden, Mass., Feb. 1. IK-lfl. Gentlemen I suffered with attacks of sick headache," Neuralgia, female trouble, for year in the most terrible and excruciating manner. No medicine or doctor would give me re lief or enra, until i' used Hop liittera. '.Ine tiret bottle Nearly cured m," The second made me as well nd atrong as when a child. "And J have been oO to this day." My husband was an invalid for twenty years with a serious " Kidney, liver and urinary complaint. Tronouneed bv Boston's best physi cians" Incurable 1" Seven bottles of your Bitters cured him, and I know of the " Lives of eight persons" In my neighborhood that have been saved by vour B, iters. Aad tnany mora are using them with great benefit. " They almost do lolrao'es." MKS. K. D. FLACK. now TO On Sicg. Fxpos. yourself day and night; eat too much without exerois.; work too hard without rest; doc or all tha lime: take all the viie nostrums advertised, and then yon will want to know How to Wet Wrlv Which il answered In thro, words Take Uon Bitters. Proaecote tb Swindler If wti.n y.n call for Hop Bitters (ta. arm elm tar 0 ops oa thr tehitt taltl) the drugaist hards out any stu t sailed C. D- arni-r'a Gorman Hop Bitters or with other "Hop" name, re, use it and shun that druggist as you would a viper: and if h. has taken your money lor tn. siuu, inu-ct him for fraud and sue him for damages for the awlndla. and wa will rewaard yoa liberally forth conviction. 1mm TOM Ayr. HEALTH THE ttVCW ISUTfC IH O.Dr.. Wfll lip 810 nnd 313 Front Street. CAPITAL PRIZE $150,000 ! " Wt " hrrthy esrttfy that am as IA. ar- riHcla for ojl ia. AfWWy anj fiemi-Anmml and . tmj m-n-.c amtrol t4 hramnvtt tUtnK're, .ad Wlla miu art eotad.Mw.vJa -.!, ImnrmarimgtuHi ff,Mk lotoard all pnrt.. . we auih;rxie lit Cm.p.iHy lo sim lata iwioala. tow fnr-nm.U, of w sicrMal sttacM, it. I'.atwlialeners. UM'KF.CEllEM Kl ATTKACT10X! Over Hair a Billlnu Ub-tributed. Louisiana State Lottery Comp'y Incorvfatl ?n for twenty-fir reani by th Lerisluture lor Klucationl ana Cbanubi ,ar l0"e(i, n iiii a ca. ititT of to which a re serve tuni of over $ Tt,(i0 ha since been ad-led By an overwhelm iiif tHrpulux vt U frn"hif wm Dijute a j-kj-t of tbe 1'ir-sent tauConititvtiua. ad'itd lMnjlH.r 2d, A.D. lr,. lw -ir.A Niu arln Kambfr Drawlefpi will lake place moutttly. it nir mtxtUm r port pvtum. Lk at thf (nllowine' li-tri'"'ti'jn 1114 ttKAMl MOVrillsY AND THI Extraordinnrj Kkml -Annual I raw Lag In the AM.'lmy of Manie. New Orlean- U44.. Jui.c IB, lt.V CnJor the ierin!vl iuiervision and manaffe W'nt or e-n.f;.T.BEAlRM. A K. of Iuiniana, and Wa.JIUlL A. tAHlal.of VirjiDia. Capital Prize, $150,000. sur NOTICE Tickets are Ten Hot la oolr. Halves, -. Filths, tii. Tenths, fel. LIST OF PK17.F.S. 1 Capital Prite of 41'O.nno... 1 liraod Prize of. . Mi,(tj. 1 Itrand Prize of... &!,(... 2 Larr. Prises of lu.t'ti... 4 La Te Prises of o.utCJ 3l Prises of..... ..... l.L.l... S-l Frizi-s of. ... aj!l. I'm Prizes of . 31 a" i-ill Prize! of S "i " H! Prises of. 1 l " l'AW Prizes of. 60... apf-koximatiok rairas. inn Approrituali'.n Prises of ..flM.ono - 5t(.sl ai.is.aj .. S'.i") .. i.(MI - Sst.uis) aii.o - 4H.IJO liU.llSJ 60,UA .. ao.oco lu.wo - 7,Va i!"t Ai"M- xuiiiri',n I'nzcs ot l'J. l'l ApiTximatin Prises ot "9 Prizes, amounting to..... , ..f,.i,5(AS Application fur rates to clubs should be mado only to the ofik-e of the Company in Now Orleans, For further irirnrntation write clearly, aivtast full addrc-a. tt I A I, I ;, Eiprea Money Orders, or New York Exchange in ordinary tes ter. Currency by Fxprene tail sums of 5 and p ward at our expensej addressed a. a. DirPHiR, New OrlAtana, Ln. or. A. litrpniJf, fcV St-v.silb t aakklnartttn, Iv.C or at W mi oitrl M., yleini.tilM, Tenn. Make P. O. Moey Or Urs payable and atidreM Rlttcrpit letter- lo atW UXLUKU KATKIJi'L BAIK, aww Sfcrlf.ain.. a.a. r..A oT'T-"" . - cnovator. 4r TU 'a.IVKK. 4 IIII. KIBXEIS. imis ssn if. -a I Till: llOHCLfl. SfP.E-SAFK riPtL'DT. Pawiewss lha l a-MblaMl atetlrrtstttl Tir lita of All lite FHtttott. Kalnral Watsra, CilNiT PATIO.N, --R-HKAbACUK.IiSPKP. blA nre protn,t,y cure 1 by it t e control all tha pr(.du..'Li of the-e famous sprir.g. both Salts and ar-r All kenutne preparntinns bear ' he "Crab Api-le" Trade-marl.- on the labeU. Get the gen uine "Craft Apple" brand. Concentrated Water, i"i cents: ienniDe Baits, in sealed packages, at 10 cents and 2 cent. eH-h. Cruli tirriiurd Watr To., Proprietor. EIMON' y. J11XES. Vana.r. Louisville. Kt. Curte B1UOUSNES3. Dvspcpsia.TorpoIjve- 6'ck headache, malaria, indtqcstiom. oour Stomacm, Eao Breath, Vertigo, Dysentery. Jaundice, Enlarged Spleen. DtowUns. a. after Meals. &o , Without Grirhq, 6iokN ino or Weakening the 8yste m. DOSE, ON-E B"RAIr. PRICE, OS CENTS. kforn.F liF-ANS-TakenoBtibittitas. Mai-M ij tinv di-ln-wra, SfictBin ntampA. Bold bj i)ru,THiat3 arrl t.-.:irin iVetilfi everjrwhore. Ctn:ulr t t m. J.F.StVrlTH A. CO, fco.ePnw, St. Lou is. my Creditor's Notice. No. r-S13 T,. D In the Chancery Court of Shelby County. .Tenn. John Loanue, dtr etc., of JoMiph Bain, deceased, vr. Caroline Blant et al. it :ip( e:trn Torn an order of Court, entered in thiHcau-o. that it -s a procuring instituted for th i.urp:eot windinir and setthnc the estate of Jofteph Haie nnder the insolvent Taws of tho State of Tennessee, and directing publication to be made 'or creditors of said estate tw CU and es tiblian their claims witbin the time allowed by law; It Is therefore ordered. That all parties havinc any claims affmnst the estate of Joseph Bain, de ceased, make their appearance herein at th courthouse of Shelby county, in Memphis, Tenn.. on or betore the fir-t Monday in September, l&to. and have themselves in-.de parties hereto, and file and establish their claims anaiuRt said estate, or the ssuie will he forever barred ; and that a copy of tbi- order ho pubiibed once a week for foar sitcceire weeks in the Memphis Appeal. Thin h iyor' Mfy, 1SSS. A copy Attest : S. I. MnDOWELL, Clerk ar.a Mastmt. By J. M. Bradley, Denuty Clerk aad Master. Jai. (jatlpgher. tinl. f r com p I am an t. sat T1-- "'.., " twaara atan N I a, t a .; tn' - tr ; t.( eatut'i U jr !u .V. ..tih..r.l.'-Al. 't'ly VabraU-' Ic.I.-r, fa-t,Wb!'S a tlrci.jl Nc Alw p tSffij frytj-n. i. uii,.. - .--v t.,a e-i.-t. rrmy.H K 1 cm Tlt-a nl CWfc, fm.C tn -Bta. Siooc. PotvW nit are, Jwlrr. P lUckis mad Rirryliiirn T.ll f ita Krtrntti. . V vt SoVd bi fraa1t n t Dropsy Tatsd Free DR. H, H. GREEN, iVo. 5. 4ops Avenue, Atlanta, fia., A SPCI-IUST FOB E1.EVEJ TEAM PAftT. Has treated Dropsy and iU eoiapHeatfoni with the most wonderful succetu; uses yeireubie rem eaie. entirely harm lens. RemoTos ailsymptonui ot lropsy in einnt to twenty days. Cures patients pronounced hopeless by the best of physicians. -rom, tae 6x?t dose the symptoms rnpldly dis anir, and iu ten days at least tio-thirds of all ,'iDptoais are removed. Suuie may crt hum bar withou knowive any luiitfr about it. Ke member, it des nr.V oust yot anyth'ug to realise the merits of my treatment) foryoursrlt. In ten days the ditciity of breath ing is relieved, the pujse made rular, the urin ary organs made t disctare their full duty., sleep is re-stored, the swelling all or nearly gone tbe strength merited, and appetite mtd pood. I am f3tantly curing cases ot lung stand ing, eivi tht have been tapped a number oi titr ;, and the patient declared unable to live m m-. Snd tor 10 d.-tys trwtment; direeiiena and termit Iroo. Hivo fu'l history of case. Nam sex, how long aQlictoti, how badly swollen and where, is borfis cstive, have Jevs bars ted and dripped water, bend for free pamphlet con taiTiT testimonials, questions, etc. io'i days t eatment furnisbea free bymaU. hapiifpey fiu positively cured. If. H. tiREEN.M.D.. 55 Jones Avenue, All ant. Q- Rnte tn:t rmner. CALIGULA, TETtSFY BUI.L-Begisurea No. W2: eolar; U black, sf-ading fawn .a neck; dropfed le-cew-ir 11, ISHu. A kladsomer, purer-br.d ao bclter-markerl .all, n(l surer breeder, oannot beloucd. .ea- ivaosas City Junction. Fntranee on tbe Bid. of Mdmphis and Charle.ton Railroad. Terms Vaoderate. A. K. UROKSCUKR. YOUNS & BROTHER, Booksellers and Stationers, 218 Maia Street, Memphis, Tenn. ARTISTS MATERIALS. Win.l.-or ii Nt-wtou's Oil Culom la l ubes. i liitlsor & Aenttm's Water Colors, inoiht and 1'i'y. Cattvns, Hr-imhea, rtc,, Fir. 100,000 tiovt-rainral utUeM Ml'ST be Slled. Now ia th, tim, to arrpty." bond 5l)e ks note lo W.O. Micholaa, all Stain St.. Chicaa-o. 111., for book of full in.tn,b I tions for getung oSoaw nitaa.g olvU Mrvio. az ' aaUoB. - -- H 1 II IL, fea a nsraiarnoirr i , u i t I . i f ,- i : f i r'l m t I V I r I t i 1 i ft V . - at rf'i 1111 I UtMi..av .a- -.