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MEMPHIS APPEAL. ESTABLISHED 1840. MEMPHIS, TENN., "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1885. VOL. XIAT. -Isro. 144. i ! .i i ! t ill 1 1 .' i ; ; - The fan Francisco Bulletin complains that the Chineee are pouring into CVKf r nia in almost as great numbers as ever, notwithstanding the restrictive legislation. The great majority enter on customhouse certificates believed to have been pur chased in Hong Kong from retu-ning cocliea. There is no evidence in their appearance that they had ever been in this country. The examination is said to be so slight that there is no difficulty in get ting through. Ma. James H. Freeman, v ho was yes terday appointed United States marshal for the Western District of this State by the President, is a merchant of Trenton, who has not hitherto been in the least de gree conspicuous in politics. He is re garded by those who know him as a man every way worthy of the place and as hav ing all the requisite knowledge and ability for it. Mr. Fillow's appointment as dis trict attorney for the Middle District of the State, also made yesterday, will, too, it is said, give satisfaction to the people, as his qualifications are ail that could be de sired for the petition. Thk grand jcry yesterday instructed President Hadden toc'oeeall the gambling hel's in the city, and this waf-Jpro.-npy ac complished, so that silence and larknes reigned last night in all the palaces and places where the little joker makes his home. "Now you see it, and now you den't." Well, this ia the time when you don't see it. The jjker has bsen put away and will re main there quietly drc-ading the grind jury, which has stepped between it and the Criminal Cjurt, which couid not or would not understand that the act of 1S82 made gambling a felony punishable by years of hard labor in the penitentiary. And in this the grand jury will have the Hnpport of the people. They have done a good work, an honest work and according to law. The Taxina-Dialrict government seem j to be determined to proceed with the folly it inaugurated on Poplar street and to ig nore the condemning public sentiment. The consummation of this egregious blun der, bssidea the danger to life and limb that it will result in, will a!io coet as much more as it should or would if the pavement wrs laid across the street from curb to curb, s much more ss the ex'.ra curbing that w: 1 be put down to protect it will coet. 2sot'" ing as insane ta this was ever aitemptt d by sane men intrusted with the ex pt'nditure of the money of a com maniiy' whr.se necefcsities compsl the close.-' ecocomy. Memphis C3t. not afford thO pena of experiment, it cannot affjrd t expenra of iarompiete pavements, and, if J to try conclusion at law with the street ,i!roa-i company, it cannot afford meanwhile' w endanger the lives of its citizisns by a broken pavement and run the hazard of suits for damage The thoughtful men of tin Taxicg-IXstrli ! Council ebould take all thesa contingen cies into consideration, find stop the p" ine of Poolar street until tha work can e done right. Feoh the Kew York World we learn th-.t Gen. S. W. Crawford, of the army, is about to publish a volume cf his war memoirs, in which there will be a great deal of po litical iio mation of a character high y interefltiE-:. Gen. Crawford is one of tie three surviving cfli .-era of the Federal gtr riaon that surrendered Fort .Sumter 10 Beauregard. He kept a diary ail thioupli tbt engsircment. This diary wiil appcur in his book. He attended the convention in South Carolina which passed the or.ii nanca of sfccesion. Later he w as on very intimate terms with Jere Biack, Bucliau au's Attorney-General, and through him Jeartei iT"ich of tie inner history of the early days o cu' late war. Gen. Crawford has been a clcse political observer all Lis life. He has tikea m," vantage his abun dant leisure since he has i..en placed upon the retired list to write th.'s took. Jlucn of it was prt pared iu the town oi Yor' , Jere Black's old home, w here Gen. Crav ford had the advantage of frequent com munication with the great lawyer and statesman. His book promises to be ru interesting addition to the moft excitir e period of the war and of the j.jiitital result which followed. Paof. S. S. Woolwine, principal of the Howard School, at Sa&bville, who is fi mous for his method of moral d'scipliar, has been invited to jpcture upon the Etib 'ect before a Memphis audience, and will do o pi Monday or Tuesday next. I: X0CjWl';liiitay:pg that every teacher ia the city wi? 3 PreiiKut cn tiie oci?Mon to swell the Lea."" meeting Use to a n.trt who has the courah 0 cultivate daefente of honor and of truih-iSlf iuS 'Q h:s IDP;is and discard all the barbai"104 nielhcds 01 punishment resorted to to an. '" Dcl hypecritts of little ones through ik,ar- 1 e professor, who has attained to Burpi"sir'E results by this method, will give the fac and figures of his experience and wiil s tonUh his hearers by thfm. ManyyaiB ago tha Kev. Ktctcr bmith.of the Colum bia Atheneum, in this b:aie, a echofil that has never had a superior iu the Union, pursued with his youog lady pupils the same plaD, and with astonishing results. They were ail put upon hooor and such was'lhe resultant high tone and charai ter that a girl would have been ashamed to do otherwise than report herself for disci pline for failure in duly or disobedience c i the rules. Many of the late Mr. (smith's pupils reside in thiscityand can testify to ilieethcitiucy and strength of a system so jiob'e and elevating acd bo far removed from the imVjrnrjr.g, depressing and op pressive methods by the rod or conline inent. The verdict of the Criminal Court jury in the slaughterhouse cases is disgraceful and discreditab'e to the city. It is es pecially Bha&oful in view ol all that has been published in regard to the pollution of Wolf river, not only by the contents of JJivou Gayoeo, but by the surface drain age of tha contiguous country which, in the neighborhood of the river, embraces the premises cf a dczen ormoreBlacghter houeee. The shame cf it i3 mide still worse in view of the condemnation of these slaughterhouses by tua United Slates Sinilary Commisjion, whr-6e report forms the basis of all our sanitary work, and in view, too, of the frequent condem. nations since that report by Dr. Thornton, our city health oflicer. Nothing- could be more mischievously obstructive of that odicer's efforts to keap Memphis in a healthful ondition than this vaidict, which in iffect puts a premium upon ig norance an"l derides ths laborious conclu sions reached by ecientitic men. Even the least intelligent person must see and adoiit that it woo'ui be better to have all slaughter and wanufacturing concerns jremoved mileB Uilow Ihe in-take ri the water supply for the city. It is a proposition plain even to a child that where there is a doubt the benefit of that doubt ought to ba given to the eidb of tbe greatest possible good. As against fourteen butchers we put the heal'h and ,'jves of ti"),OO0 men, women and children, anu e insist upon the abatement of this iiuisa."106 'B possible to Dr. Thornton to do it Nothing that is evm doubtful should be p'firinitted to stand for a moment between the p," le ftnd Pure "ter. Long ago, by proper toT18. il was shown that even in high wate." there was an up stream current that set .'n a,oni? the cast bank of Wolf river below thb waterworks, but even if there was not whila tu.e pnmps ar8 working they are taking the wal0'? cornea polluted by surfarce drainage lotto -1 enuangerment ot tinman tieattn ana 1110. Ho plain and palpible a nuisance ought to be abated, aud if Dr. Thornton has the nnwnr nmliir t!.n Kt nr pile ho.'.th lava he ouiht to abate it, and at once. THE BRITISH CRISIS Lord Salisbury Has lt-fluitely Decided to Accept the rremlcrshlp, While Randolph Churchill IVill Have an Important Position lu the Government Humors that Sir Stafford Jiorthcotc Will Accept a Peerage, Leaving Sir Michael Hicks Beach as Leader lu the Common. London-. Juno 1G. Lord Randolph Churchill is holding a conference to-day with the Marquis ot Salisbury. It is re ported that the subject under considera tion is the necessity lor the extension of the crimes act. EVERYTHING AT A STAN11STI1.L. At the close of the conference to-day between the Marquis of alibbury and Lord Kandoiph Churchill, which, by the way, lasted just one hour. Lord Randolph proceeded to the tarlton Club, lhere the members were gathered to hear the result ot his conference with the Marouis. Conservatives in Eeneral are disappointed that no progress has been made since j'es terday, and the fear is expressed that the delay to form a Cabinet wiil damage the prospects of the Tory party in the ap proaching general elections. Matters just now remain ata standstill. The Con servatives appear reluctant to take othce until the opinion of the whole party can be taken. The Marquis of Salisbury will confer with the Queen atain to morrow. In the meantime nothingwill be done re girding foreign colonial or Indian affairs without the Marquis of Salisbury having been consulted. The Karl of Carnarvon, who was Sec retary of State for the colonies in lbtiti- 7, and again from 1S74 to 1S73; Uaron Kawton, the well-known private secretary ot the Tate Karl of BcaconsQeld; Sir Michael Kdward Hicks Beach, at present a member of Parliament, and at one time Secretary of State for the colonies, and L'rd John Manners, who has been three times first commissioner of works, with a seat in tho Cabinet, and l'ostmaster t.ieneral from 1S71 to 1SS0, were in con ference to-day with the Marquis of Salis bury. The Queen left Balmoral Castle at 2 o'clock this afternoon for Windsor. Her majesty was accompanied by Princess Beatrice. REPORTED RECONCILIATION". One report in circulation this after noon reearding the conference of Lord Randolph Churchill and the Marquis of caiisDury, is tnat tne two leaders became reconciled, each granting concessions in relation to the administration ot affairs, and that a Cabinet is now being foimed on the basis ot the agreement between them. ilAS DEFINITELY ACCEPTED TIIE PRE MIERSHIP. Lord Salisbury has definitely accepted the premiership. It is 6tated that Sir Stafford jvorthcote has accented a peer aie. leaving Sir Michael Hicks Beach to lead the Conservatives in the House of Commons. Lord Randolph Churchill i; ill have an important position in the new Cabinet, but the distribu ion of portfolios will not be decided until the arrival of the Queca, who is traveling with the utmost speed. Lord Randolph Charrbill aereed to the renewal of the coercion act. on condition that it only be enforced u found imperative. IXFOKM.U, LIBF.BAL MEETING. Several Liberal Ministers had an in formal meeting at Mr. Gladtons's resi dence to-day. to decide upon their action in response to the Conservative over tures for support. Lord Randolph Churchill's action yesterday is generally attributed to the fear that Lord Salisbury ;ind other leaders voi'ld ignore his claim to otbre, and to a deairo to retard the progress ot the seats bill in order lu give a chaise, if possible, to appeal to the old constituencies, trho are more likely to support the Conservatives. DID N'-IT fOCKT DEFEAT, Sir William Vernon llarcourt, Home Secretary in Mr. Gladstone's Cabinet, in addressing a meeting of Liberals to-night in St. James s 11 all, denied that the Lib eral eovernment had !courted deteat Tho Tories had at last overthrown the governm?nt by an ailiance with the l'ar neilims with "''om thev had nothing in common tad were no in an embarrassed position. The J.iherais were mobilizing their forces for u oreat ranipaicu. .hflV would tight it for the old caui. and with the old leader on whose honored lie&4 would be placed the crown of final vic tory. The meeting was crowded to ex Cfcris, and the jrertcst enthusiasm was displayed. MB. OLADSTONE REFUSES AM EARL DOM. The Queen lias offered Mr. Gladstone an earldom in recognition of his services Jo the Queea and the country. Mr. UiaaL3ne asked that he be allowed to forego the lienor. The Veirj, in an edi torial on this etfbject. reioices at Mr. Gladstone's decision, ana eays that u, title could add to his tarn enhant tbe enthused devotion of hie countless admirers, besides, his leader ship is required iu the c?micgstruggle to secure unity in the Liberal ai:e. The Tinut editorially says Mr. Gladstoac's "eiusal to accept 63 earldom makes an apt -.al to the imaginations 01 men that wiil n remain unanswered. nend.ow. Preparing ta Spencer Pcblim, June 10. The Parnellites are organizing for the purpose of holding a monstrous demonstration 0 show their pleasure at the departure from Ireland ot Karl Spencer, jori Lieutenant, on Saturday next. TUE MISSISSIPPI. The Water Uanse Service Eueroaeli mentitat tireeuvllle. VicKsnt ri, June 15. Capt. John Ewens, the government ejgineer in charge of the water-gauges of tho Missis sippi river and the tributaries from St. Louis to the Gulf of Mexico, arrived here to-day. Capt. Lwena reports finding the work at all the gauge stations in excel lent condition, and in nearly every in stance the observers attending to their duties laithfully, so that pilots can de pend on tie readings posted daily on the gauge bulletins. Capt. Kwens reports fiat the Greenville front is in the most precarious condition of any city front on the river. The water has encroached so that it is now only a few feet from Mul berry street, the business street of tho city, ihe citizens are about to tako some easure fo the prevention, if pos sible, of tho disaster which is inevitably approaching. Pilots are warned against a very dangerous snag just below Helena. WAlt I.V Jit STUCK Y. Tbe ilall and Jout-a faell. nm fader Ariiin In Knot Coualjr. Lot i.sviLi.K, June lt. A gentleman just returned from Knott county, Ky., reports that the Hall and Jones factions are under arms and an engagement be rween them is imminent at any moment. The Hall party numbers thirty-one and ilirj Jones gang eighteen, and all are armed with Winchester rifles, and defy arrest from any and every source. Mon day of last week, on Reaver Creek, Perry Sherwood and Bill Hawk Sizemore, the latter one of the most noted and blood thirsty desperadoes in the mountains, were wsylaid.nhotand killed by ambushed enemies. They both belonged to tho Hall faction. "Tll ikon strike At fittMbnrif titled, the Workmea aad Mannfael.urere Hvl"K Came to Terms. ! PlTTsnrito, June 16. The iron strike . in this district is at an end. Tha scale i has been sicned, and a general resump ! tion of work will follow immediately. . . . . 1 , , . . I 1, ...,.,. i). Ir.L n , " , l f i v""' . "r.'.r ,. r, xti I Urn-ianm, heeling and the Mahoning nnd Cumiacrto Valleys will remain idle for an lndebnit ECHOa. 1D1S IS tU8 j result of to-rj CPnltrf noe. The manufacturers here agree to sign the disputed question ot wages to be paid the sheet iron men, and for working old rails, to a committee composed of seven manufacturers and an equal num ber of workmen. This agreement was not satisfactory to masters operating mills west of Pittsburg, and they with drew from the conference, avowing that under no circumstances would they grant the demands of the Amalgamated Asso ciation. 1 he conference was in session continuously from 2 o'clock this afternoon until about 10 o clock to-night. About an hour before tne adjournment the Western manufacturers withdrew, and after their departure the Pittsburg mill owners signed the scale. Pending a set tlement oi the sheet-null and old rail clauses, the manufacturers operating those departments wiil pay the old scale wages. The result of the conference was received by the workmen hero with expressions of entire satisfaction. Prior to the settlement v Uson. alter iV Co.. of this city, signed the scale. P0IS0XEO Htll HlSUVMr. Fallhla Mile lonimlta Harder at tbe laatlaatlon of II er farHuioar. Cincinnati. Juuc li. On June Cih Martin Kddins. a laborer living at Ham burg, Preble county, O., was taken sick after eating lettuce for supper. June 11th he died in agony soon after taking a powder prepared by his wife. Yesterday she was arrested and last night was s.nt to Katon to jail without bail. She con fessed last night that she gave the poison, arsenic, to her husband at the suggestion of Wm. ltowe, a man with whom she has been intimate for some time. Rowe is not to be tound. She sjys he made her promise before he went away to poison her husband. Still she maintains that the arsenic did not kill him. and is not much concerned apparently about her situation. OX AXI OFF 'CHANGE. Corros du Bain at las . Middling c i Cotton recc Pork went )' Sales of colt. lOJc. 123 ba'es. : :er in Chicago. 300 baiee, all to spinners. No cotton rvcaiveiTbv steamers vester- day. RtCEiFTsand exports we:e licht vester- day. The rain made the aericultural clement happy. Cotton quiet in New York; middling, 10 9 IGj. The stock cf cotton on hand yesterday was 15,9i8 bales. Buyers and sellers are very much apart on torn and oats. The cotton crop guessers are coming to the front aheady. New potatoes axe firmer and a shade higher in St. Louis. Flocb and corcmeal are steady and un changed in St. Louis. The temperature was more endurable after the rain yesterday, Merchants' Exchange quotations show pors aovai.cea to 00. Eggs are quoted HJff 2i and easy, at uie iierciiatts i-xchange. The Chicaco provision market showed advances a!! round yesterday. Cobn imports ywerday were 7300 bush els; exports wc-ie 5762 bushels. St. Lofis rep 1.48 a firmer tone and ad vances all round on provisiors. There was very little interest on the Call Board yesterday outside of grain. Nineuen card corn was the aggregate of the grain inspection repoit yesterday. Cotton closed dull, moderate inquiry at Liverpool; futures steady at 2 to 3 points cu. K. P.. AhMtsTEAD, Wilhe, Ben II. At kinsou, St. Louis, vieited the Merchants' Lxchange. The New York future cotton tcaiket el'eed at Ihe previous day's prices, and quiet and firm. The Chicago grain market developed considerable improvement in tone and closed higher yesterday. C. E. Clahke show;; some good samples of wheat at tl.e Merchants' Exchange frjm his Ciarketon firm iu Arkansas. T.ke Grain Elevator reported in store yesterday 1CS,14S bushels and 8018 packs of corn, and 8J2d bushels and ''7 sick3 of oats. Jesse K. Bell, New Oi leans; S. E. Mj Nutt, Arkadelphia; M. L. Gravis. New York, were registtred at the Cotton Ex change yesterdjy. Thsre is a stir in cottnn-seed oil circles bnt thr.ee ho kno j won't tnaea), and .' those who taik most know the ieaal, and nobody flads out anything. Tde first cotton-blonua season is ap- proaching. Tne Meridian Mernay ha Been one plucked from Mrs. I. D. Miller's tardi is L.anatrdaie counts, iiiss. A bet of $100 was offered on 'Change yesterday, without takn, that cot- tori wonUi jo n, 2") points befc it de clined that nmooiit ii.tyenn now aud the 1st of Aug ist. The JIariauna (Ark.) IncUxot June lth contains the following, but it is Btrarge ucthinr; has been heard here from that pjtton" bloom. V.'ii! the cflieers of tho Winnie send it np ' Xhe Winnie yester day evening brought over tne fcrst cotton bloom of the sa on It came frim'ti;5 place of Mr. J. F. Keenur, on the fct. Franii. acd was in transit, to MeniphW. where it ill be tat. en to the Cutou Ei- t change acd placed on xhilritiaii. DR AW-POK Kti in Hn:r thnn a draw an Opera Puff CiguretU : 3 a'enu sat I.1. Freight tifteve Captured. vr. Louis, June 10. June ates, aliat .a7er, and Henry Turner, color ed, employed ci freight depot of the International and Great Korthern rail- I r-wd; at Antonio, Tex., were ar- rc.Q1tf to iy lor stealing gooas in transit. They belong to a regularly organized gang ot railroad thieves, ho have been operating on tbe road lor a year past. A large amount of property was recovered, and other members of the gang will be arrested at once. "The Ijpeitle" Kernge." " I am thirty-five years old," writes Mr. Oharles H. Watis, of West Somers, Put nam county, N. Y., "and bad Fuflered from dyspepsia for fifteen years. The cur rent treatment did 1113 no good. Listless and without hope, I gave Parker's Tonic a trial. I can give you the result in three words: it cured me." It will cure you. Plttsbnra; Coat-ltine Bthatllag; nowa. Pittsburg, June 10. The coal-mines of Walton & Co. and O'Xeil A; Co., at Klizabethtown, Pa., have shut down in definitely, owing to the depressed condi tion of the trade and the overstocked markets. Other mines will suspend op erations this week. About lOUO miners are idle. I.Ike an 1J Creaky Wlodow-&butter. That is the way a man's rheumatic joiuts sometimes are. Hinges old, rusty, and worn, and badly need oi ing. The trouble is in the blood. A man who is of any ac count is worth repai'ing. The repairing ran be done by means of Brown s Iron Bitters. That enriches and parities the blood, drives out the piius, and works complete restoration, 'thousands testify to it from happy experience, ilr. C II. Huntley, 918 North rsixtenth stre. t, Su Louie, Bays, 'T used Brown's Iron Bitters for rheumatism, general debility and pros tration, with the bf st results." Uulety JtarrJed. Louisville, June 10. P. Booker Reed, mayor of Louisville, was quietly married this afternoon to Miss Ida Cam meron, sister to his former wife. The couple left on an Kastern tour after the ceremony. Lyoss Tasteless Syrop of Quinine pro duces exactly tho same effect as the bitter quinine. Children lrva to take it. KiiirlM to Order $1 SO. Best quality, and fit guaranteed. SAM MAY. Spap.ki i.no Eethesoa stands at the head of all ttlervescing watsrs bold by the bottle'or dozjn. J. S. R0BIXS0X, Agent. Mttcwulknt Sidewalks! We will st 11 two-inch pecky cypress for next thirty davs at f 7 so per WOO leet. WOODRUFF LUMliKR COHPAN. Lcndborg's perfume, Kienis. Lundborg'e perfume, Marcbal Niel Boee, Lundborg'g perfume, Alpine Violet, Lundborg's perfume, Lily of the Valley, APPEAL SPECIALS. Freeiuau's Appointment as United States Marshal Universally Approved at Brownsville, Tenn. Suit to ItecoTer Forfeited Bond Sashvlllo Interview with Ex liov. Jas. D. Porter. at The First Cotton-Bloom of the Season at Pine Bluff, Ark. Fatal b'unfctroke at Bolivar, Tenn. rsTECIAL TO TUB APPEAL. I Nashville, Tenn., June 1C The State to-day tiled a bill in the Chancery Court to recover the bond of 1uTiO which J. H. Hide, who forged warrants last fall to the amount of tflSOO, gave lor his appearance before the Criminal Court. A lew dav9 after givine bond Hide fled. and has not been heard from since. The State alleges that II. C. Hudson, one of the sureties, fraudulently disposed of his property to avoid responsibility, and was in collusion with Ilidei'or ihelattcr's escape. Ex Gov. Vorier Sntei viewed. Nashville Union: Ex-Oov. Porter. who has just reached Nashville, was found in the corridors of the Maxwell House talking with friends. The re porter strolled away and shortly returned to find him diseneaged. He talked f reel v. and in response to an inquiry said he was very much pleased with his position in the State Department, though the office was very exacting in its demands on his time, but the surroundings and as sociations were very pleasant and he found many of the duties of the office quite an interesting study, while others, of course, were routine. "What do you think of the administra tion, Governor?" was asked. "I have a very high opinion of the ad ministration. The President himself is a laborious man. He loves to work, and he is surrounded by a Cabinet composed of industrious men. The administration as formed seems to me to be capable of accomplishing great results in the way of purifying and reforming the govern ment. This is the purpose and object of the administration, and the work is progressing as rapidly as would be judicious. Changes have been made more rapidly in the State Department than any other. Mr. Fish has been re tained in Belgium and Mr. Foster in Spain, though the resignations of each have beeu sent in. It was thought wise to allow them to remain, as in each in stance matters of importance were being considered, and with the facts they were thoroughly familiar. The missions will be filled by Democrats about the 1st of July." "Governor, is there any truth in the press comments to the effect that the President and Mr. Bayard are not so friendly lately?-' "None whatever, The relations be tween Mr. Cleveland and Mr. Bayard arc as cordial and confidential to-day as the day Mr. Bayard was appointed Secretary of State. The groundless conjecture had its origin in the Republican press, and was taken up by a few Democratic papers who are dissatitied with the whole ad ministration. I can assure you there is not a word of truth in it, nor even any foundation for the report. The entire Cabinet is in harmony with tho Presi dent in his policies, and there has not been the least jar so far upon aoy of thi questions." "What ia yiur opinion of an amicable settlement ot the silver question when Concress meets?" "There is some uneasiness about it at Washington. It is feared that the ex treme silver men and monometalists will not reach common ground, but I am of the opinion that they will. It is under stood that Mr. Til-Jen is lending his wise counsel to an amicable solutiou-of the question. Whether the plan which has been fallen on will succeed I cannot tell, but I am sure that when Congress meets the better judirment of Democrats will prevail, and I have great confidence in a ! compromise being reached that will shades of opinion, and leave the party in Congress cemented and ready to talk, a few days before leaving Washing- ton,' with Mr. Warner, of Ohio, and he i expressed himself to me as having confi- J dunce in the Democrats in Congress : reaching a satisfactory compromise." ! Gov. Porter will spend a few days in the city, when he will leave with his fara ily for Paris. After locating hid family there he will go to Arkansas for the pur pose of looking after some private inter iZ'". Wil spend about three weeks with his family, &ui hea he will return o tjshingtou, his family remaining in Tennessee until fc'ertf mber. kllln". akk. Octal I of Hie If Hleher Treicedy Xeacwed Iruiu a HHlcry (rnie. !",PKCrAL TO THE APPEAL. Helkna, June 1C. From visitors to Helena, from Mississippi,' your oorre- . ......A J- l.rl tl, o,.,,.to r.i 'tlm ! tragedy in which a man by tha name of I Hatcher lost his life. Hatoher was scCti"" D0S3 'ur 'he Louisville, New Or leans and Texas iZ:'0- was uis- ciiarged a few days ago by the Cl"!!J,an!', ana lie retused to give up the tools and house belonging to the road, expressing himself determined to violently resist any attempt made by the company to dispos sess him of it, and not allowing any oue to do anything or come about the place. The officials of the road were notified of his actions, and yesterday, as the pay train ot tho road was going south from Memphis, Sheriff Johnsoh, of Tunica county, was telegraphed to meet the train at Tunica Station with assistance, as they apprehended trouble at Section 5-. Johnson, with his deputy, boarded the train at Tunica, and proceeded to Section 52, when Hatcher came on the pay-car and commenced to violontly abuse the orlicials. The sheriff told him to con sider himself under arrest, when Hatcher puiled out his pistol, but before he could use it the deputy sheriff shot him, the ball taking effect just behind the right ear, and passing clear through his head, killing him instantly. This morning, while the steamer Coaho ma was lying at tne whartboat, a woman who claims Johnsonville, Tenn., as her home, and stated that her name was Anna McCreary, jumped offof the wharf boat into the river. She sank twice, but before she could sink again Mr. W. 11. Mannies, a young gentleman ot Walnut Bend, assisted by the mate of the boat, rescued her. She piteously begcred after her rescue that she might be allowed to kill beisclf, though she did not become violent. She says that her lather is a prosperous merchant of Johnsonrillc, Tenn., and that ho would send her money if he knew of her condition. The wom an is a victim of the morphine habit, begging everyone with whom she met to get her some of the drug. She has been taken to the house ot a citizen, who will keep her until to-morrow, wh she will be shipped to Colo's Station, Ark., the place she came lrom. BIltYHNlJHAM, ALA Snsplelons Khootlug; in a Board- - tsKuuEM Av iron rnrutre. ISPECtAL TO Tnfl APPEAL. I Bia.MJNciH AM. June 16. This after noon a pistol accidentally discharged at a negro boardinghouse ia the edge of the city shot Willie Kennedy, seven years old, a daughter of the proprietor, in the head, making a dangerous wound. r.ve witnesses say uue ui uie ooaruers was moving the pistol from the bed, and Lye witnesses say one of the boarders that it was discharged accidentally, but there is some suspicion of murderous in tent somewhere in the affair. The ground was laid off to-day for the Williamson Iron Company's furnace. BEOiYXSTIXLE, te.nx. Freeman' Arpotntuiea tk Cnite4 - fslalea Karalinl l nanlinouaijr A. proved. (PtCIiL TO TBS APPtAL.l Browns vii.lk, June 16. Jas.H.Free man's appointment as Uuited Istatca mar shal lor the District olWest Tennessee gives universal satisfaction here. His ap pointment is a good one. Mr, Freeman is a thorough Democrat. He was born in Gibson county, Tenn., and is about thirty-five years of age. He is a brother ot the Hon. T. J. Freeman, of the Ka- Sreme Court bench, and a relative of udge J. T. Carthol, judge of the Thir teen judicial circuit. Mr. Freeman is a man of strict integrity, a thorough busi ness man, of great personal courage, aud will discharco the duties of the office with strict fidelity lo the government. Mr. Freeman, though young, made a gallant Confederate soldier. lie was a member of the Seveuth Tennessee ltegiuient of Cavalry, and was notd for his great courage and daring. Until recently he lias been engaged in the mercantile busi ness at Trenton, and was noted for his energy, push and vim and promptness iu all of his business relations. He is a married man, having married a Miss Mc Ghee, of Trenton, several years ago. HOLLi SPKI.VGS, MISS. Cominr lirrclMi of the Bethlehem Avadeiiij. li Aotereatlaff Event. ISPICI.U. TO THI APPEAL. Holly Springs, June 16. The clos ing exercises of Bethlehem Academy, Hister Scholastica Fenwick, superior, took place o day. An address was de livered by the IU. Rev. Bishop Janssens. The graduates were: Sallie Hawkins, Crystal Springs, Miss., salutatory; Hose Patout, New Iberia. La., valedictory. Gold medals and diplomas wero awarded both. Second literature honors: Jessie Boyd and Kie Estey, Grand Junction ; Klla King, Water Valley: Ida Broussard, Kenner, La. ; Carrie B. Macmurphy, Galveston ; May Evans, Holly Springs. Gold medal for superior excellence, by Bishop Janssens to Maggie Kendall, Houston Tex. ; gold medal bv W. W. Ash to Fanny Shuford, Holly Springs, for ex cellence in music. During the entire pro gramme no one used manuscript or notes, nor were they prompted. Everything was graceful aud elegant. Our musio-loving people are enjoying a grand concert this evening for the benefit ol the Presbyterian church. I he follow ing combination of talent took part: NissCora f Siawl, soprano, Cincinnati; Miss Jennie Camp, soprano; W. A. Gage, tenor; Mrs. Gage, mezzo soprano; Mr. Keis, baritone, Memphis; J. 11. McLean, pianist and accompanist, Holly Springs. Delightfully refreshing rain to-day. KOL1V AK, I fc... Fatal Case of Sunstroke lleaTjr Rala NUrmi ISPerTAL TO THE APPEAL. 1 Bolivar, June 16. Mrs. Albert Eastman, the .rife of a respected farmer who resides i iar Toons, in this county, received a sunstroke last Sunday that will prove fatal. The lady was grabbling potatoes when she was stricken. This section was visited by a heavy rain and hail-storm about 1 o'clock this morning. Considerable damage is antici pated from the rise in the streams. PIXE BLUFF, ARK. The First Cotton-Bloom of the Season Keeei veJ. TSPECIAL TO THE APPEAL. 1 Pine Bluff, June 16. The Com mercial office to-day received the first cotton-bloom of the season. It was raised on one of the plantations of C. M. Nee, president of the F'irst National Bank. A FEARFUL MG1IT. The Experience of au Iowa Man Dnrlug- the Ureal Morm. His Home Destroyed and all Ills Fam ily Killed or Wounded. Mamso.v Citv, Ta., June 16. The house and barns ot Matthew lveddy, sev eral miles from here, in the country, were carried away in the storm Sunday night, and the family had a fearful ex perience. There are hardly boards enough left about the homestead to build a fire. Not a bit of furniture nor a stitch of clothing can be found. The wreck is complete. Mr. Ueddy's brother was hurled into a field when the house went to pieces. Mr. Reddy was left in a sitting position on the ground. On look ing around he saw by a flash of lightning that his brother was stretched dead some yards away. He picked him up and car ried him into an underground milk house, lie then commenced a search for his wife, and found her in her night clothes some ten rods from the house in a cornfield. She was also carried to the milkhouse. He next looked for his five-year-old boy, searching by tho light of the electric flashes, and at last discovered the child thirry rods from where the house had stood. The boy was almost driven iuto the niud. When all were gathered into the milkhouse their injuries were discovered to be severe, and the mother and child will hardly live. The brother had both cars split, his head gashed, and and his shoulder cut and bruised. The wile had three gashes on her forehead, one on her nose, a big cut in the back, bruises on her legs, and is injurexi in ternally. All three were beaten black and blue all over their bodies by the hail. Tyintl and Rain lorm in Arkansas. LlTfLK Koi'ii, June lu A wind and rain-storm early this morning did consid erable damage at Knoxville, Johnson county. The Bapt'St churoh and H. A. Tay's storehouse were totally destroyed. lo Jives lost-- ' ftlorms In ftennsyitanii.. Easton, Pa., June 16. The severest thunder, lightning and rain-storm of the season passed over a eortiou of North ampton county last night. The rain fell -n(ji nnd ftnnd.'d thfl ctrpptja rtf in ,... . i i i Laston. umerous u. here and at Mauch Chunk were struct by lightning. No one was killed. LOCAL, NOTICES. Lcs curtains, shirts, collars and cuffs finished equal to new at tbe Memphis Steam Lancdry, 224 Second etreet. Esolish Ginger Beer. Boy your Shirts at May's. Telephone 6C9 for kalsomining. A. Mc Neil. R. Fletcher, architect, No. 2S0 Second street. Bet ventilated rooms in the city. Park Hotel. The Herbal Chill Cure, the best tonic and ar:ti-rriodic known. A certain and are cure for rbi its. Pricel rr boltle. Sendstamp for eiron'ar". Any retbrenp n Addresi John C. Hooker. LmofaborE, If you suffer from looseness of the bowels, Angostura Bitters will surely cure you. Beware of counterfeits and a? k your grocer or druggist for the genuine article, prepared by Dr. J. li. B. Siegert & Rons. Beed Carnbick's Sodium Hypochlo rite. Recommended by the'Pualio Health Asso ciation as superior and least expensive of all dis infectants and germicides. Cholera, diphtheria, levers, malaria, etc., prevented by iu use. Sola everywhere, bend lor pam plet. RKEoaCARVKICK. 1S2 Fulton Street. Kew York. Illbba In Hock. San Francisco, June 16. Postal-Inspector Seybolt, of this city, received a dispatch that Isaac N. Uibbs, ex-postmaster at Lewiston," Idaho, who issued money-orders to himself for over SG0, 000, was arrested to-day at Harrison river, British Columbia. Plfuro-ryeamoDla la Mentaeky. Louisville, June 16. The existence of pleuro-pneumonia among the cattle oi Harrison county, Ky., has attracted the attention ot the Mate iioard ot Health and orders were issued to-day by that body establishing quarantine regulations and making the larmol b rishie & Lake, near Cynthiana, quarantine grounds. Wnon Tried Always refrr4. When thev once become acquainted with it, ladies in vaiiably prefer Parker's Hair Balsam to any similar preparation, i T. , u i. i. j 1 XZJTJJS 1 its falling off, promotes new growth, re- i stores tbe original color, and has no rival asauiessing. Jov a dye, not oily, highly perfumed. Only fifty cents, at diuggista. Sauatrofaes la Jiew York. New York, June 16. There were ten persons overcome by the heat in New York City to-day. two ot whom died The hichest degree the mercury touched was ninety-five. A brisk thunder-shower came on at 11 o'clock aud cooled the air slightly. Jbf Birw Illaliop of Mobile. Rome, June 16. The Pope has sp pointed Mgr, Sullivan bishop of Mobile, SP0RTIXG NEWS. An Interesting' Game of Baseball Be tween tbe Atlanta aad Nashville Clans. Notitt.no at Chattanooga on Account of Cad Weather League Games Yesterday. Mieepshead Bay Itaces A Large Crowd In Attenduuceand Betting ;f All L'escrlptiouj Lively. Ispecial TO thk arriiL.l Atlanta. Juno 16. A very warmly- contested game, on rather wet and slippery ground, resulted in the score, as follows: 123456789 10 Atlanta 0 3 11 0 S 0 1 0 29 Nashville 0 1103010 07 The clubs tied on the ainta Uadag, and in the tenth Atlanta made two. Good playing by both clubs and muuk enthus iasm. Biotiaine at I'hntlanneEaos Aecouotof (tin. SPECIAL TO THI APPKAL.l Ciiattanooci a. June 16. The game between the Memphis and Chattanooga clubs to-day was postponed on account of bad weather. Ihe Indlauapolla and Detroit Claba. Detroit, June 16. The directors of the Detroit Baseball Club were informed by Secretary Young this morning that the Indianapolis team could not be signed until the expiration of the ten days limit. The entire club was immediately started on a trip through Canada and down the St. Lawrence river, to prevent any tam pering with them by other clubs. t'blenyro Trottlos; Xeetlajr. Ciiicaoo, June 16. The spring trot ting meeting at the Chicago Driving Park was inaugurated to-day. The weather was fine, the track was in good condition, and the attendance fair. The racing opened with the three-minute class tor a purse of 2750. Judee Lindsay, New Hope and Jerome Turner were the win ners. Games at Other PolaU. Chicago, June 19. Chioago, 8; De troit, 3. St. Louis. June 16. Buffalo, 5; St. Louis, 0. Baltimore, June 16. Baltimore, 9; Louisville, 2. Providence, June 16. Providence, 4; New York, 3. Philadelphia, June 16. Athletics, 14; Pitteburg, 1. New York, June 16. Cincinnati, 5; Metropolitan, 4. St. Louis, 11 ; Brook lyn, 4. Sbeehead Bay Kaon. New York, June 16. There were 5000 people at Sheepshottd Bay to-day. Betting of all descriptions was allowed by the authorities. The weather was de lightful and the track in excellent con dition. During the day not a favorite woo, and only one got second place. First Race. Maidens of all ages, three-quarters of a mile. Starters: Di one, Lulu and Brita. When the animals got away they ran almost evenly for over two furlongs; then Lulu dropped behind, and at the three-quarters Brita went ahead. Donohue gradually increased his lead. Brita won by six lengths; Dione second, Lulu ihird. Time 1:17. tiecond llaa.. The Turf Stakes for two year old, five furiougs. Starters: Dewdrop, Lavanac, Electric, Portland, Buffalo and Letitia. Portland won by two lengths; Electric scoi nd. Letitia third. Time 1:031. Third Race The Tidal Stakes, for three year olds, one mile. Starters: Tyrant, Joe Cotton, Pardee, Brookwood anl Urenadier. v hen the flag fell the favorite, Tyrant, the California colt, was a dozen lengths behind. After an ex citing finish it was declared a dead heat between Pardee and Joe Cotton, who di vided first and second moneys. Brook wood was third and Tyrant last. " Time 1:44L Fourth Race. Handicap, mile and three furlongs. Starters: lloyal Arch, Unrest, Heel-and-Toe, Euclid, Hilarity, Wallansee, Comanche, Clonmd Jacquita, Tony Foster, Eolu, Delliah and Dutch KollerJ Heel-and-Toe won by a length; Euclid second, Wallansee third. Time 2:M. Fifth Race. For three year olds and upward, mile and a furlong. Starters: Sc. Paul, ' Ijica, E'pin, Executor aud Winston. filxin won easily by two lengths; Ksecutor secoud, St. Paul third. Time 2:01 L S'i',rft Race. Selling allowances, one mile. Starters: Eudymyon, Joe Mitchell, Lutestring, Charley B., Ligon, Manitoba, Hatachimie, Jay Bell, Will Davis and Pilot. Ligon won by a neck; Manitoba second, Charley B. third. Time 1:4a. Kannaa tty Races Kansas Cjtv, Mo June 1R Two thousand people attended thrj raves to day. , First Rice. One and one-eighth miles. Hazaruswon; Chantilly second, Lycurgus third. Time 2:00. S"conl Racr, Three-eighths of a mile. Ilattie Carlisle wop ; Tartar sec ond, Mamie Hunt third. Time 1:04. Third Race. Three-quarter mile heats. J-'letch Taylor won first heat, Helianthus second and third, Time 1:18, 1:20, 1:22 Eaciny In has: triad. London. June 16. T!i: acting at Asuot Heath began to-day. The race for the Ascot Stakes vas woti ty Mr. J. V. Laurence s three-year-old bay colt Althorp; Mr. Hammond's three-year-old chestnut colt Eurasian was second, and Lord lloseberry's five-year-old bay horse Polemic third, lhere were nine starters, Althorp wop easily by five leneths. Polemic was a bad third. 1 he race lor the i'nnce of ales Stakes, for three year olds, was won by the Uuke ot Hcauforfs gray colt 1 epper-aud-Salt, with Prince Soltykoff's bay colt Daodie Diroont second, and Mr. Childwick's bay oolt ltoy&l llampton third. There were eight starters. Pep-per-aod-Salt won in a oanter by four lengths. There was a distance of" three lengths between second and third. There were only two attjrters in the race for the gold vase. They were Mr. Manton'g aged chestnut mare. The Bois, and Lord Cardogan's six-year-old oheiit nut horse. Mate. The Bois made the running throughout the race and won by a length. Western Olioatiuar League. I.NDiANAPOLis. June 16. Three hun dred sharpshooters are in attendance upon the fourth biennial tournament of the Western Shooting League, which will last all the week. Wm. Farrow, the pres ent king shot of the United States, is here, and teams from New York, Chicago, St. Louis, Highland, Bloomington and Joilet, 111., Monroe, Wis., Davenport, Ia., the present champions, Dubuque, and other places. BUSIXESS TROUBLES. The Peas Bunk Matter. Pittsburg, Pa., June The trial of W. N. Kiddle and G. L. Reiber, presi dent and cashier of the defunct Penn Banlf on a charge of conspiracy, was re sumed in the Criminal Court to-day. The oourt-room was densely packed and the greatest interest was manifested in the proceedings. The individual book keeper, Mr. llowlt'y, and the teller, Mr, Normcutt, were the only witnesses ex amined up to the noon recess. The lat ter cave a detailed statement concerning the payment of checks on the accounts whic"i were overdrawn, end stated that ex-i'rcsiuent Hopkins, Director Mo' Lauehlin and others examined r,h nvor. drafts and must have been aware of their existence. Mr. Hopkins would mark the places on the books when he had exam- inea. xne case promises to be a pro tracted one. . In the afternoon J. M. Young, tha general bookkeeper, was recalled. Me stated that at one time, in October, 18kj, there was a difference ' of 74) (XH) tween the eeneral and individual ledgers, caused by the overdrafts not hviD been tafcen account ot iu tbe statement book On May 25, 1864, by Mr, Kiddle's, direg. tion. he drew ud a statement and charged up $292,000 casti slips.which reduced tho amount due depositors to $1,018,000. Mr. Young stated further, upon cross-examination, that the directo-s had at times overdrawn their accounts. The largest amounts were: A. M. Cavitt, $16,310; A. A. Hutchinson, $-15,257; D. W. Car roll, $2000, and Joseph 11. Hopkins, $740. T. B. Sweariogin, a director, was then sworn. He said that he i-id not know anything about the fictitious accounts. He was not on the Auditing Committee from January, Iffii, to the time the bank closed, and had Dot examined the indi vidual ledger. Director Haro was next called. He had never heard of the accounts of Wat son & Co. et ul. In answer to the ques tion, ''What did you do as a director?" he replied, "I don't know as 1 did much. 1 did about as much as the rest." ''Did you count the cash and verify the state ment of the Auditing Committee?" "I counted the small change." Directors Severance, Hutchinson, Iley mer and Carroll were then put on the stand in the order named. They denied all knowledge ot the fictitious acoount. Mr. Carroll stated he was one of the Auditing Committee in December, 1883. He certified the statement was correct. He had not examined the liabilities ot the bank beyond cash and bills receiv able, but. supposed everything was all right. He was not aware of the over drafts, as they did not appear in the weekly statements, and he never inquired, although his own account was frequently overdrawn. Court then adjourned until to-morrow. .EIBIIIQCAKKS IS IMI. Over Tws Theasand Persona Bald to Have Ferlaned. Simla, June 16. Shocks of earth quake have recurred in Cashmere with increased violence. It Is reported that. 22S1 persons have perished in the district of Muzuffurabad. ( IihdkIdk tne llame of Sanlhera Road New Orleans, June 1C From a private letter received in this city to-day it is learned that the management of tbe Queen and Crescent line contemplate changing, this season, the gauge ot the Yicksburg aud Meridian division, 140 miles; the New Orleans and Northeast ern division, 190 miles; the Alabama Great Southern division, 295 miles, and the Cincinnati Southern division, 330 miles, to the standard gauge. Found Haaglag to a Limb, New Orleans, June 16. A. dispatch from Yazoo City, Miss., to the Piaayune says: "Yesterday evening the body of a negro man was found hanging to the limb of a tree near the publio road, about seve- miles lrom here. A placard pinned to the body contained these words, 'Re venge awarded by outraged society, 5 o'clock p.m.' An inquest will be held. It is rumored that the deceased at tempted to outrage the daughter of a white farmer in the neighborhood." Inte Heat la New Hampshire. Dover, June 16. Reports from va rious part of Strafford county report in tense heat to-uay, tne mercury ranging from 9,'i to 'M in the shade. Several perl sons were prostrated by tne neat in ad joiiiing towns. Outdoor work was aban doued in many places. Bulled Water for Drlakloc Parposrs. Vasiii.oto.v, June 16. The Star publishes a letter from Spencer F. Baird, secretary ot the Smithsonian Institute, who recommends that all water lor drink ing purposes, unless known to be pure, be b illed a half hour. He related his experience with it during the 1'hila deiphia Ksposition, and says that he be lieves this course would have averted the epidemic at J'iymeuth, Y&. OPERA PUFF CIGARETTES are now so!d at the popular price; 5 cents for IU; 10 oenta for 2). Bleotlou B7otloe. Office Armkotom Iksueanck Co. THERE will be an election held ia the Compa ny's office Juae as. far On Di-ector, to serve for twelve months to 611 a vacancy caused by a tie at the annual eleccion. June t), l-:,, T. li. SIMS, President. W. H. Kessepay, Secretary. For Sale in Clarksville, Tenn. -WA URGE, itibnUntial -built Brick Horsi; 9 rooms besides halls and cellars; some furniture in houFe, including good piano, rosewood book rtR?e, dining table, kitchen rarj?e 'to.; out houses and rod new stable, a large cintern and waterworks: mono wait in front; yard well -hauled by English films. Apply to JAMES L. LOCKKHr,Clark?villo,Trnn.,orE.L.BEMISS( y Laronae'et trect . i.w uric -n. ba III rsJtV? luPKLEBEl HAL TOTt, THE BOWELS &GH1LDREN TEETHING It la THB GREAT SOUTHERN BEMEJSV for the bowels. It la ona or the most pleasant and efficacious remedial for all summer complaints. At a season wheu violent attacks ol the bows Is are bo frequent, some spedy rolie! nhouldbeat hand. The wearied mother, losing; sleep In nursing the lftUe one teethlno:. should use this medicine. 50 ets. a bottle, .lend 2c. stamp to alter A. Taylor, Atlanta. Ga., for Riddle Book. Tnylor'a Cherokee Remedy oT Rweet flnui and Mullein will cure Conghs, LrofPr uii Cotmuuiutiou.- Wo a'u- a'"1 a "onla' Pioneer Mill Bonds far Sale. SEALED PROPOSALS are Invited for the pur chase of $-0,00 or any part thereof. Pioneer Mill 6 Per Out. First M ortgage Coupon Bonds, itereu j-ayaMe sen.i annually, M T ar;a ro-am...-,. 'iLnkfa Baud luature in IKsi, and are aeUi'ed by mor'j i eft-on the en ire mill propertr, costing over $lfl,0lU. Special insurance to the amount of fta'sOtf1 is otrned tor the funh'rsecu r.ty of thefts Bmdft and in ease of fire the 1 is payable to the fruiUos, AiV-r". A-5 Tradwell iridb P. Head, ldcr th?1 mortgage this amouut of insurance for tne benebt ol tue .bondholder is obligatory on th. part of the Pioneer AJ II, Bids Tfill closg Jime 30, l&iS, Ihe rigit to re ject any or ail bid;, li re9ehre4 Andrea? Up.io,n and Plante's Bank: or J. H. DAY, C. B. CLARKE, Committee. DR. J. DEUTSCH. OFFICE and Keidenoe, VT Ada-me ftreot. op iHiait St. Peter'! Church. Oftiea hour: 8 to a.m. : 1 to 4 p co. Telephone lNo. 1KTAI. XOTICJE. HA VINO furnished cool and plea-ant rooms at KALEIOli bHRllSGS suitable fur the prae tice of leDlietry, I shall remain there during the hot weather, and wili be pleased to receive aalle from thoe who maynndlt convenient to do so. Telephone communication with the city. V. U , ,i r O O 1 s r . . CJ . IIo,For Berrsheba Springs THIS famous Summer Resort opens for the benefit of the public JnoepStb.to con tinue tbe entire season- Hotel renovated and re furnished, and facilities for entertainment second to none in the South. Round-trip t,oke:s from Memphis, vim Nash ville, s 15.10, with stop-over at N'adhville going or oming. All nscemarr information will be gtmnllAd hr the lessee, JOtJN H. COOPR. Beertheba bprings, Urundy county, lenn., or JOu r. KEY, A pent. 44 North Court at.. Memphi-, Tenn. rso. 8. TOOP. B. L. McOOWAN. m Wholesale GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS, And Dealers lu Levee and Railroad Supplies, TTo. 274 Tra-nt Street - Mptti-Ms Teitnewee. Three Carloads LEMONS-all grades. One Carload ORANGES, Three CarlondsJPEANUTS. Oliver Finijie c& Co SOUTH MEMPHIS LODGE No. 118, Jt F. mD A.M. Will meet in ireeial c.inrauuiration thif (KWSBAY) V Jf i Veuirig, June 17th at 8 o'clock, for work In the A derreA. II brothers in rood7 itHntlinr, including E.A.'f, iraternally fnrited. Br order C. L. LOOP, W. M. Au-rson. Secretary. BOWLES CIGARS! WEarewell stocked forthe first time in twelve months. Huomier autienteef md eoBiDnn generally will do well to lay in frnpply. Preth an ansortod colors. TOOK. MnUO WAN A CO. Johnson Lodge, A O.U.W., Picnic A T KSTIVAL PARK, Tl E,IAY. JVSK ttfel. Sealed bids for privileges wilt be re rired at 40Adauii street no to 6 o'clock p.m., June 17tb. W. C. DAVIS. Chairman Privilege Committee. Sheriff's Sale of Personal Property ON JUNK 19th, 1SH5, at 11 o'clock a.m., at J. C. OATES CO , No. 210 FKO.NT bTKEUT. 1 will soil to tbe highest b dde'. for cah. one rUtionary Mide-Valve Second-Hand ENGINE, Vix'-O. recorded at Six'y Horse-Power, levied on as the property of M. W. Bardtley. in iavor of Cole Manufacturing Company. Sold by order of Circuit Court. W. U. CAN So.S, SherifT. liv T. T. T4TI.0B, Deputy Sheriff. J anifi O albgher. attorney for plaintiff. MKUIMII M!tfMi:i NllIOUJ, TjOR students of both svzea wishing to parsne X sorue ctal eourse ot study to t ibem se ves far hu-tier grade in the tall. Class, or private instruotion ia English, Latin, French ad iierman. Also, a Business Course in Commercial Arith metic, Book-keaping and Letter Writing. Session oiiens July 1st, closes tieptemher 1, 1885. For pariiculaM aoply to K. O. PKErtllT or F. E. SMITH, 66 MaHison street. BIDS FG7. PICNIC PRIVILEGES WAWTBD. M. Sealed proposals are hereby (ol kited fur lb privileges of tbe picnic to be held at Estival Park, MONDAY, June 2Uth, by Pioneer Assem bly. No al.. Knights of Labor. Proposals will be closed June 21th. Address t W. 11. C., Ava'anchs office. Apollinaris "THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS." " 77ie dangerous qualities of con taminated drinking water are not obviated ty tlie addition of wines or spirits.'" Medical Officer of Privy Council, England, ANNUAL SALE, 10 MILLIONS. eyU Grccm, DncrUtt, A- ttin. Wat. Dutftn. BEREOFllTATIONS.. j affsg-k J. si yyy DEE0TIVB fcYESlOHT SCIENTIFICALLY tilted with l-ock tonal and Transparent btone Spectaciesor Kte kl asset by Pror t' IIH. t''nir' 3 '"rl - ,sll,Tenn. P; S-- (o charge for examinations. Orders by mail promptly tilled. TUE. ?,"?.r E- M- Appersort i Co., composed of K. M. Arperson and G. V. Rambci!, is this day unsolved by mutual consent, E. M Ap. person will collect all (tre uisents of the 'said firm, and discharge all of it liabilities Mem phis, Juu. 1, ls(5. . M. APHKRS'lN. 3. V. RAMBAUT.- NEV? FIRM. EM. API'ERSON and J. D.QLIULET hav . this dy fiirmed a copartn"-.ni.p ?ur ha Surpose of conducting a UznsfnT Ur oory and oinmiKsmn liu.liiejj, iiador tat firm namo or E. M. Apper"l 4 i o.,at tha old s and, No. 2V Front and 6 Jefferson street, alsrophis. Tenn . where they wi 1 b pleaded to tc all their o'd frl.uds and customers. Memphis, June , 1KHS K. M AIM'ER ON. CHANCERY SAIsE OF REAL ESTATE, No 501T, R. H. Ckancery Court of Shelby eoun- Bty atata ot Tennessee vs. J. N. Oliver et al. X virtue of an interlocutory deere. lor sale, entnrad in t h m .Im... . l. a.u j . , . . . . . ' . "U IUI .lq u.j 01 December, U4, M. B 44, paKe U. I will sell, at public auction, to the highei-t bidder, in front of k ik aD v,at!.' office, courthoasa of hw.iw wuuij, oioiupuis, xenn., CD Katordny, July is, turns. within legal hours, the following described prop erty, situated in t,e!bj coumy, Tenn., to-wit : iu, oi4 y oioc j, irontint n tcet each on ttfc.ast (t e of Water itreet and running back to the base of tin bluff of tbe Mississippi river, as shown ty lbs plan of Foit Pickering, bold as wwso'o oi me uanin a nana border Co. Lots 31 and 32. hln k I. V..,t liL..: r. ing 24 feet each nn tbe est sidti ,-f Waiir street and running back betw. .n p.rallol liuts70leeU bold as proi e. '" of terii.'eth Oarrett. Let 15. block' 1), frontini 251eton the n 'rth west corner of Jackeoa and Kourth streets, tenth ward, and running bck north between parallel lwfeer loaat-feetallej. Soli as p,ojert of rvlmund Taylor and unknewa Leits of Anna . Lot M, block la, fronting 23 feet on the sonth 'a 01 Alabama street, tenth ward, aud rnnnng ba.k b.tweea parallel lines US feet. 8old as property of the uoknown hairs of B.nj. B. Hor- Lot 13, block 7, fronting 24 feet on the west rde o: .-eccnd street, tenth ward, and running neck between parallel lin, ltMl 1.. t K" ,1a of Bridget Pov,.u '" -"" Lot 4., block). Fort Piikering. fronting 24 feet on the wst side of Mater street by St) feet deep, bold as property of ihe Memphis ijaslight Co. Lot 2o b ock 2. fronting 24 feet on the east side of Prom.nade s reet. tenth wsrd, and run ning back between parallel lin-i 100 feet. So d as property of W. B Held and A. UitEfe'd. -r',,5r Dl?'k ,7-fronting feet on tLe E.rth side of Car lioa ttrcet. tenta ward, lrf' Pioke r- l-t -" ""-j ojiwejra parallel lies 110 feel, bo .1 as rjfw,.erty- of John Morgan. Lut I, block a, toft Pickering, fronting 26 feet on t'.:e wost tide uf Frunt street and running back between parallel lines IU feeU bold ai property of Chas. La8and. LoU .4. 40 and 4!. t r : v oi j . on the east -ido of tbe Bstteur. ater street, and running back between parallel line, laj Veet.' bold as property of W. W . Uart aid 8. Bock. ' .? I .': : Balsoi6' a' the soutoeast -v courttyea oy iiiwis tiraham to J . J . Murphy, March It, lvKlj th.nce tionu wrd: y and parallel w th bt. Martin .'l.'L: i..f A th. eeot. r oi said la'l thence otwrdly at right mo center ol saiu lot 55 feel: thence southwardly and parallel with t. Msrtin street .a', 'eet to the s u.h tin. ol aforesaid lot thence euitwaruly with said south line 65 feet to the bginn nr. binir miwt t.r Kv.. ..n un. bold as property i-t Alary .Means. Lot il, block 2, front ng 26 et on the wot tiflc of t ront street. Fort Pickering, tenth wafd, und running back 120 feet. Suld as n.arty .f Mephea, James, htiraetL Uiggins, et al. Terms of Si-.'. uo ere3it of iix months; note with, security, bea ing interest, required; lien rs tailed ; redemption tarred. This June 16, lsto. f S.I, iiuDUWKLL, Clerk and Master. T li. V. Wa'sh, UeDuty Clerk and Master. 11. C. W. Hciskell. Solioitow7 COMJIEXCEHENT EXEKCXSES. CXiyiPRSl'TY of MISSISMPPI. Prise Speaking, Hermiean Fre.hmen, t p.m., June lvth. i'r:,o fpeaki)ig,Pb,i Sigma Freshmen, 8 p.m., Jute :tli. Comroen'-eraeDt Sernr n, by the Hev. Wm. J. Darby, D.D., of Kvanfvil.e, lnd , 11 a.m., Sun day, Jup.aisl. aophomure Prise reclamation, 10 a.m. (Mon day, June 22d. Debate between Hermspan and Phi Sigma So cieties, 8 p. m , Mondsy, June 22d. Juior Orations, 10 a m., Tuesday, June 23..1. Annual Meetina of Alumni iA!.i A.Im.. T w.-"o,lr!"ri f Jaokrtn,.Mi.i Poarn by Thqs. . SUJckard, qf ,asuinlon, I). C., 8 p.m., Xuesdey. June 4M. annual aieeung Board Trustee, Wednesday, June 'Mtu. Lonorary Orat'on by the Hon. Cbas. E. Hooiey, of Jackson, Miss , followed by pronDiation of Sorhimore Prise Medals, 10::i0a.m., Wednesday. Chancellor's Heuertion, Wednesdwy evening. Commencement Day, Thursday. June 2th. H. M. bULLIVAN, Secretary Board Trustees. Assignee's Sale, THK stock of goods of F. a. BAnNUM, at 252 Main street, Ud '-frellowe Ball, consisting of Vr atches, elegant Silverware, Jewelry, Clocks, Tahieware, etc , will be so d at extremely low prices. J. M. 1 RbZKVAN r. Trustee. J. II. T. MARTIN. A- U TAYLOR. TjUOK & MABTIS, HEAL ESTATE AND COLLVCTlAa AEXCT. Masonic Temple Memphis, Tenn. We give our personal attention to all collecting. J. B. HoTIGHB. W. a. PATTESON. jf $5 mw W have them In b Alitti here Itinwtmt-Ml, or fas ny shape to tieilt jrenr Uste. . Jtvve)rh4ly sbonld at tAl rj m nfr. XIact r Xna.l te biiir . at . 7. t.Oar IIIsis3trs.Ce4 Cate,ioae srlll b sisalled lo mm j d!rrM.-v 300 Main Street. 300 Main Street. 3XTOTICS3 To Cotton-Seed Shippers & Carriers. BY agreement The H rtnphla 'oltoii-M-mi Iritrtna; Htnit will b dioled July tbe 1st. After Jana tha 3tlth. HmiI will not he fmvivaH a, nni.l t,,r l,v ih. rl.n.in. 11...... ;k i Carriers ar. hereby instructed to coasirn their ,hou!l i" "'",ned to such mill, as shippert should h retornel nrnmi. fly. It. "WHO iiMIIOl S Sillsl, n i if i GENTLEMEN'S FURNISH GOOD! Woa. 326-32S Mavln Street Memphi. Tens. WI ARs! LU DAILY ARCEIFT OF DEblRABLit isfMIAU AKIs kiDHKa b(MIH. li?? we ofier to tbe trad noon tha most favnr&hl ftn .-i-. 1 1 . . , . any market in thel'nited Stat, Special Inituewnt- tafash T'ne-. I . i Jt mi.- J. A. UA.la.IST. J. A. BAELET & CO, DEALERS) IN 6 Xteam-FUlert.' rMaterialfa, l'nmpa, 'vrell-fointia. Tinea. Uats-FixtureH, Ulobest, i;ic ' Reapers and Mowers THE BEST AND LIGHTEST DRAFT MACHINE MADE. VICTOR WAGON SCALES. 2-Tou, $10; 3-Ton, $50: 4-Toii, $G0. EVERY SCALE FUM.Y WA11IIATEI0 BOOTES, PARRENT & SPEED, HARD WAKE DlLEi, 394 Jfnin Street, : : MeiuiihiM, TeimesKee. arIox- Sale By AU FlrafOlnsa 13 e j l o r ts.-tva It It tj Your Inlereitt to Hend thU tartfully. SOL COLEMANV TJNEQTJAI.ED 1(0-1(0 TULU CHEWING Will ITHADM 11 ARK JtB'JSTlSED.) Is now In general use throughout this section, fcend a triai order to m, ..i,i r, i. sweetest Bayored, the purest and most delictus t'toe u?ira i the wor?d m,rch'nt- " " ,?'"".. effectiyely and psirmanently rerrnying oflensive smell from th. breath and wZliL"aai'"MmW"ia 4 'odrPirit.oth.rwi debililai.d. buonTarid ... hilaratin g. Htof mallCIiS2l.-l'i!',!Ia.th' "d Tin MnJ,e ?f 1' enJorment, It. ab.olnt. ro lal l ih, "nkii. manofactar. and cleaniine!s exercised in packing it, mak- fSOl, COMMIAN. KaMaiiiractnrpr. IrteiuptiiH. Tenn. Estes, Doan & Co. Wholesale Grocers and Gotten Factors, SLEUtiE BKOSm CoinofMUg. Cotton 385 Front Street, SL ts ISO Fla RE 37 Union S"t3rooHt, IIETWEKX MAI AXW SECOD. R G. Craig & do. FARMING TOOLS & SEEDS. Fkdmer.Th Cottoni'actors, Wholesale Grocers No. 306 Tront Street Memphis. Tenn. J. W. St'HOKK, rrosident ; V. SAVS.St.MHALtK, Yice-PreniUent ; Tennessee 1 miCFll'Tl'RElUt OF THE Celebrated Filsener Beer in Kegs& Bottles OXLY PUBE CRYSTAL WELL WATER USED FOR BEE WISH I'l'RI'OSES. S. W. Corner Butler and. Teuuesiee Streets, MEMPHIS, 1F.SS. Orrtcrti HcoctTrert After JTimo Issst. SCHOOLFIELD, HAMAUER & CO. STRICTLY ON COMISSICN, MoO. FBARCE & CO Cotton Factors,3 No. 276 Front Street. : : MemiIiix. Tenn P. eCADDMc W. P. ItUHAVABT. P-BdoCADDESN & CO. GROCERS & C0TT0K FACTORS, Wo. SGQ-3a$ front etreet, Mejiiolili. 'Venn eimer m m. s Five Dollar $5 Gents' Shoes! THK UI'.ST, MOST STYLf U & CHEAPEST Evor Produced at Five $5 Dollars I Meed directly to mille owning sacVa. Bulk Keed ma prefer All un(l:rd ea. ks telong'ng to Bills K. I4,.KH. 'T.,,iit,r eld Itec-r-i V;mr.- T.YJR A LTs I m bloiiii H. B. Wil l, 9 F. H. JTOEFLEEr, Kosldeut Partner, r." 2 9 E" w ET Factors, Memphis, Tenn. MOYEI TO- oritoHi &U0 V. KtttHLtlt, Sue'; and 1 rcs. rewm WHOLESALE, MAKTIS IU1T. II i- a-54esi-f-. .' a-W r7.