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tea;, a iwhiisiw ajass'i.f,i. . . .rrrr THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-AVEDNESDAY, JUE 17, 1885. ill ,1 l'l 5 ! i ill i AUCTION SALES. AD.UlXlSTltAT01TS SALE OF THE LOVE LANDS AX IXTI?IiTC AUCTION. SALE ON PREMISES. UNDPK nnd ly authority to mo (riven fcythe last will ami testament of Thos. Lo?o, de ceased, l, iw administrator o( said estate, will sell at public nucuun on W eJ ufsdaj, t lie I7th Day of June, Next, (8 three crire tri-tp of land belonging to said es t'.to, ani liated a fulluwrf, namely: One tract of nhout l' acre?', at the intersection of the north h le t Kerr avenue with the M?i!stp-r-vsr; one tract of 2t acre, on the poutheitlft of "Kerr avenue, wet of the intersection ot Krr av fnuo and Co Islnni roa : one other tract of u 'tout lr iccr.. near Sr:ite Female College. These itu-i Mu-rrekftte iouieu acres of land, subdivided : mo cotivt-nient tracts of from 5 to 10 acre , or more .nd rimed to nil clafpes of buyers, froui 1IIC raplimii r kpecnlior lo I toe tiller of Hi The growth of Meranhii is roant- tt-stiy in this direction, a. indicated by public and pr Ate enie priei of vnried character now to bo iwen on every side. This sale will be posi tive ao-i without reerve. The experience oi last t?t.-iii' ftitle HeHI I lie queilou of tlll. 'J.1 II M.S. On credit ot twelva and twenty lonr ntombs. with interest from date. NO TAXLS t pay till bereuibe, lvni. .'urch&er to pay 10 ver nt. on the v round una nan contract or s&J k s r a read y . ISA AO M. HUDSON, Adtn'nirtrator of Thou. Love J. II. II cmphbicyi, hnK-neer, etc. K. W. H'tVSTKR .v i-O. , n''fTiffn REGARDLESS of COST UfBllrmen'i floe Hand nod Hfr eel lie- raved IIOOIS AND SHOES, A.I1 Style, and Slant. Cash Boat & Sboe House, 410 Main Street. VOBGBIjX cfc OO. Cannsd Fruits and Vegetables Orated. .Heed' and whole Pineapple. Klclnrlon A Boblna's Pnchn, t bm her'. Feaetie. lor Cretans, California While aud If ellow J' ear hen. Flo Pear tie., el'aillurala Seetarlueo, Feara, Muiacal eraprs MtraitlwrrlM, Baspberrlea, iirreu i(jcr, Fait Plnma, aprleota. AannrncniL Mrln Bfn, Winiilow. 4 ..r., llkra and Tammora: Pnmnaln riunaxta. succotash, toller Tonaatoea, ) fun. JT. T. STJCKHAM &c CO. Corner Ueale and Second Sts. ,SiA & MCCARTHY, Propr's, 40, 142, 144 Front si, Memphis O rnTtIV T.lR.ltST BOILER SHOPS IS J t.. oonti. ana too onir t"''",:. - rr -v Si en y eripiioi S:iai attention iTa to pluita- S LAGER i GOLDBAUH, .TAILORS, Fi'c:ii call attention to their new joodj for nprmr and Mamnaer Wear, of Imported Saitinrs. eompriiici; all the Lawei Soielties and Desirna. whu;h hare arrived and are now ready for mieeaon. Call early. Corner JfeOe and Second eta. SCHMIDT Sc. SON (Sacoeuor to J. S. Schmidt). e aAISSTatKrrr Wholeeaieandrotail ti- Valets in . n", '""'" 1,1 l" fna- Taeklf, tlectris Bella f"d Annnnciatora tor nd Keaidcncea. . BorgKr and Fire- Preof c ea openi and repaired. Eleotrio anp oliea always on hand. Repairing done and war- 0t 07iST'-', Je. Q. E. .aiOtT0 OVERTON & GR0SVEKC3, Red Ssfais Dealers 6ZJ5TS AXJ B30HJEBS, , OFFICE, 1S4 SECOITD STM B. . Cor, eeeond aid Oesri, TE55ESSEE. R K-T.TE E0U9HT AND SOLD. TASKS FlfliSONAI.. ClTl IN'J TO MEASURE Ianahtnn the tailor aysteui of r'ounlain. No .ucceaa, no pay. Mra. W. An--i"r-Ti. nvr Wirytnann'F Moir?-tnre. FOIJ EXCHAN'E. "liriEL, EXCHANGE for cily real e"tate or a prwl stork of general merchandiae a iio. 1 Mrmwhee! Tow and i'Ajeonper bteainboat. And ior CO' d imirovel city property, one of the nrt iMwerful and best equipl'ed Tugboats on ihe Misi.sipl'i rirer. J. C. OA Ir.S A CO.. 21ft frf'Tit f tret. FOR EENT. I"0OVS 2 elernTiiiy f V eipoa.Te, at V: Co fumiahod room., southern I ftret. 00M3 WiU-'uat board, different prccn. KOOX-A nice fnrnifL?d front r"om At f.a Popi; ar atreet. IIESiIjKSCE Krom July 1st t November 1, ", la", re.'i'lcnce No. Wl Court atrcet. CJUtoin in nine r.Kiiu", cowplctely furniihed, bcaidta Lath and dn.-eeinjr-rHHii, with hot and cold wa ter and other Of. Jem iiuiToveraentfl throughout theh.,ne. Apply at Sly Main. A. B. GQllDBAK. H' Ol'SE With 12 rooma Fo. IS Mulberry St., 1R. S. A. POOL. near Beale. IN SPRINGFIELD. MO., a Cottaucboofo of six famiihed rooma, for the monthe of June. Ju'y and Auauct: hou-e ia opposite Kroundaol Drury Collrite.on line of atreet care, water, larne lawn, ctiale. and ia in every way deeirabU. 'lerma ca upwu-ation Aodresa for one week F. A. liALL, irnryO.licge, Springfield. Mo. )OOMS Two larre, airy, furnihed rooms. V aingle or taite, i'ji Main aircct. up-ftaira. ROOMS Elerantly fjrnif'ied, at Fi Monroe street, one aquiro from Pe:hody Hnel. XJOroE OF 10 R00MS- -Lrpe yard, cistern. 11 etc.. in pooa repair; rill rent cheap to one wa tcnnu. o. J iaird street, timttc. .Apply 1H Market street. OOMS Furnished or unfurnished rooms at lln Court street. 50 ACHES OF LAND .No. 1, on Cuba, ruad, tit rent ur to farm on shar-. W. BLCKARD, Two miles from Ilenjf ftown. K OO v s Suite ol'trijEit rooma, aecond floor, fur- uhed or unJurtifcheJ : water privilege aoa F-OOSS ASI 1(0 AKO. PARTIES VISITIN'l CHICAOO And not lik inr hotel h.e.caa find pi. asant furnished room" nfl Vabah avenue. Would refer to K. T- JEr'r'KKY. t-uper'ntendent III. C. R.R. O NICELV Farniahed Front Rooan, with or without board, at -2 Court alreet I-0J.MS A rentleman and wife, or two gan i tleuien. can aerure acofnl rooui.furniliod or cnturcirlied. iLh board, at torner of Third ai.d Loonoy. CLelaea. D EriiHAaLE ROOMS AND B'UHO, At 7i Maaison street. ACOTPLKof young ffentlenien can find board, with formated roAiua, it re', uirsJ, upon lu . J e T'.: te tcrtu". at No Tcnne'fre str-ect. A FEW NICE ROOMS Single and doublo, witL good board; torni" reatnable, at CLARENDON lit'IKL. FLP.ASANT rooma. farniahed. 2 f'ont, with or wiV'oqt hoar-i; table boardera. 90 Monrie at. B'f. JAKES HOUSE Corner Second and Adama atreta. K-i-a. and room. y ler week. OFFICE And furnbhed room for rent, at Madiion. Table bonrdea gtyommodated. ELIOHTFL L FRONT ROOM, with or with out board, at m Court atreet. OOMS iood board and deairabl rooma at n4 111 A H'itt . ..r.t FOB 8AJ.F. 1 ALOOJf With fitok and Fixtures, at No H 5 A'liu.1 -vreet. Halo is mi.de ou ajicount of the detuu t Mr. Uoberi Leww. ior terms apiif on the orwiu 1 1 KEdlcTERKD JERSEY hVhhaiiighf bred, from 'ilu 1 ttn-ntna Id. W. A. COLHRH, V:gir,ph:g. IT.FELD'S (it and Fluid Stovei Ur 3- sorttnent. at be-onu ifrett. I0E CottAce bouse, che:p. Apply to -l E. 11. W0R1, M iMain st J5- Nt'.INE AND UOILKR-2T, horse-power en- ine and b"iler, id o. 1 order. . V. PATRICK, at J. A.Forrcn A Co . PHAETON A rood phuUn and harness and a nice, gentle pony. Lady can drive her ; $10; No. t nion atreet. JE ASE on bonrdinrhou'e acrois the street from J suUtw at Elmwood, with furniture in eamo. Will Will oil dap. Apply on the prernieen. J. W PKTRIK. D W ELLlN'ii 2iH) Union street. Would ex- coang for (Krire lot or fnturran residence. 1R. J. I. W 111TE, 2U Main st. LplN'E WAN'- -Ntarly new cheap. At Tih 1 phr street. i nr.TIERS CYPREf-S TIMUER Far inlorm-LV-V-' tion apply to Captain htr. John Overton. 1" pLKtiAST two-ftory brick dwelling, No. Iu6 U U ashinR-ton ftrb- PIAK08 fieoond-hand Weber and Knabe nd (Mr rL-fia.ss nunoi. nearly new and in perftordar, very .heap for,cryh.(AN;. R EHIDESCE m and 8S Market at. : lot 57H by Utt'A. Alply to Jl. i,. icrineQy, a; loaoy at. TJJNNESSKB STATE CERTIFICATEt! Ro MltLhia lor any and all duea to the State. I.ooU Mfh ity t tt bqaare below for tbc particular bargain lo b fivretl at Ufel tlER'A Clearing Sale tarti dny (aodi offered at I rein one-tialX to one eatlt tbelr value. To-Day's Bargains '.M-fol atrirn PInmea fall valna 4. Pint Come. Fir. I Served. KICU PARASOLS AT ONE-HALF. TO-DAY ONLT. 15 O PAEASOLS AT 0. MKI.ou PARASOLS AT S8.00. OO PARASOLS AT 5 OO. OO PARASOLS AT .oo. Cbildren'iand MUaes Parasolt atone-half. TLraad. Oriental, Spanish and Point NeU at per cent. off. TO-DAV Fi'-cial Attr-t or in TRIMMKU HAT DEPARTMENT. TO COXTIXUE FOIl THREE WEEKS. A FRESH BARGAIN EACH ASD E KEY DAY. On June lf tcehrt7l hsrin a CLE A R- IXG SA LE of tingle pitt,iyitof Dre GootJs, R'mnntt, Single Paratuih, Single lints, Singh Piece of Lncf, nnd of all 0,hjtawl Fnrfs of Stock irh ieh ire Hrtire to tlizporte of hefore onr Semi-Annuo! in pn lory. T tin tn7e ire thnV continue for th rre icrf;. nn 1 thnll offer n new anil dis tinct hnrnnin ench ilnji. hrpinning ,TlrXE Is. IVhnf enrh dny'svw ,nrnnin is to he vin'j he nscertnined hn nn e.rnminntinn of the contents ot the donhle-rtth d square at the head of this advertisement. M.&E.G.Kreiner&Co STRAYED OK STOLES. NB white and red apeckled milch eow. black J legs and neck, crumpled borna. liberal re- ard for return to W. A. Steeer, '24 Hnyburn ave. WANTS. -a cm LA XOvtuuuel and grading at Vickaburg: waaea fl 23perdy. For fkeb tbasspohtatios anply to my a ent.cor. Poplar and rrtntata , w. fc. ityan chip each evening. J. P. McOonald, Contractor TV BUY" A COW With young calf, that will X milk three gallona pr day. F. A. JON KS A CO.. 61 Monroe at. GOOD HOUSE SERVANT. Apply at 17 Talbot atreet. r ADY AtKNTS Norelti.a in Ladiea' AJ I rhildmn'a wear. Over 40 new deeirna. Noth ing lik. them Sell aa fast aa ahown. Over KM) airenu makeil'Xl monthly. Address, with stamp, E. 11. Campbell A Co.. , South May at.. Chicago, TP EAT HERS Old and new, wanted at highest X' cash value. A. D. SMITH. 448 Main atreet. 'PO SELL Boardinghoue outfit and furnituie A. Accommodations tor ZL pertona 14o.d stand . de not. A'Hrpg. M A I N ST arf ArlTAIi PKIZE, 73,ooo-wa Tickets only SS. bbaures In proportion Louisiana State Lottery Comp'y JVC do hereby rertify ihni km tupermse the ar rantrementa for ail the Sftrntftly and i&nii-Annnai Drawing tfie Lsnz 6i -offery Comtmnv and in pertoa wtatt.-ge and oniroi tLc frrawinff themteives, and tKat tM'ttme or conftttctca wn.'l kom-mty, fairies aniin good faith toioard all parti, aut vte avinonse the leompany to km cats cenvicau with f(vc-ynis OJ 0r ngtuUwa aUacAca, m fAmmlaalonari. Incorporated in 186s for twenty-Svo y..ra by thr Legialature for Educational and Charitaino pur poses, with a capital of i,iw,ui, to wnicn a re serve fund of over triA),M baa since beon adder.. By an overwhelming popular vote its franchist waa made a part of the presentStateConatitotiont adopted December 2d. looted December iwi. A.f. iow. The only Lottery ever voted on and indorsed by ' The only Lottery . rteimle of ault Stitte, It never ecalee or poniponet. Ita wrand Ninicle Number Drawlnts take plner monthly. A HPl.KSiBIUOPeOIITIIXITTTO WJft A roatrrjifc. bKVESTU GRAND DRAW. 1 V. CLASS i. IX THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC. SEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY, July 14, 13 lHicd Monthly Drawing. CAPITAL PltlZK, 875,000. 100.0O0 Tirneiaj at a-iva Dollars Koch JFraettona, In Flftha, In proportion. LIST OF PRI2EB. 1 Capital tr;;e I T"S,Xt 1 Capital Prix. 2o,() 1 Capitol prize.... 2 Pruea of lml.. lom 12,0(10 Hl.UCC 1U,0J ld.OOT' 21.0U) 3rt. aj 2S,uuO ,ia" fi.71 2.2.! 5 Priaeaof 10 Priiea of loiO 20 Priiea of fAt . 1 j Priiea of 2ii. .- 0 Priiea of lis) - 5'l Prizes of 1Pr,MAPPR02kMAfiONPRliEs:" 9 Approximation priiea of (TV) 9 Approximation priiea of 6o0 H.m 9 Approximation priiea ef 260 11)67 Priiea, amounting to... .42,15.5C Application for rstea to eiub" should be made only to the otEce of the Company in - ?w 0rl9ana. j?'or f'irtber information v.ite clearly, R'Hf Tull addraaa. POSaTA I. aUTKa, ip--aa Sono Orderi", or New lork Exchanae in ordinary let ter. Currency by Expre.a ;al! sums of to and up ward at our expense) addressed n. a. iirp!ii., Jaew Oricaais, ia or H. a. ntrrni, !- hnrnth 81., Wanning Ion, !.'. oratB nnllonrl Ht., Metnplala, a fun. Make P. O. Money Or Iera parable and addrea Rcpistercd Letter" to HiH OHl.K.t.SllTIU!Af KA.VK, a.w aarlnti. a. a. IS BETTER than "Coal-Oil" or any other burn- in r oil. Citn be used in any lamp. For sale by CLarlrs Kiofrwald, 149 Poplar street. Fred Morti, fchelby street. Wm. Kussarl, wroijnusof Vance street, eorner of Linden. E. C. 4reen, 672 Main tree,. J. J. Duffy t Co.. Main street. W. C. tiriswold, i-JZ Main street. Otto Clausen, 1.W Popiar street. John Cummin', HH Pootar street. .Mits Mary Richards, :'4 Poplar street. Wm. CunninRham A Sons, o7 Beale street. J. T. W h 4 Bro.,'-) Mam street. eo. Muhan, corner Vance and Lauderdale sts. ii. A. lien-en, Poplar street. C. R Ryan n., 'Ml Main street. A. liitxield, Zvi Second street. E. Wrifjht i Co., 414 Main street. A. Kohlbry A -o., lfrt Pojdar street. F. Franklin & Rro-j ance street. E. ti. Campbell A: Co. ,466 Main street. H. Behr, l.U Lnion street. Joseph Nixon, 75 Charleston avenue. W . E. Butt, eorner of Broadway and Hernando streets. A. fcehmidt, 99 Seventh street. Fort Pi-terintt". Charles leaman, bouth Gate, El Ji wood Ceme tery. Read it Co., 143 Main stre'.. R. M. HUton A Co., 71 Kth street, Chelsea. C rh am A Penick. 6 and 48 Third atreet, Chorea. (. A. Warrior 4 Cnnsey street. J. J. Iufiv A vX., Main street. Mrs. C- V djrnerj corner Fifth and Mil! streets. J. N. ath'jrland, 4i North Court street. L, D. llont mti, 4-Vi Main street. Jhn McMaLon, sixth street, Chelsea. 1 1J. Keilly, 67 Auction street. .lohti T, i;enneKn, (Jrocer, Vfo Winchester ar. liorc Wfiitas, Aant, cor. Broadway and Ninth. Patrii-k McODtrhran, 643 Shelby street. Mrs. Ko'a Werner, cor Second and Chelsea sts. Parties wbo-e names are not in the above ii-t are not handtioft trt-krmf OU, mod will be proecuted for iairintrement on our trade-in ark for representing or nhine other oils as Fire proof Oil. CHESS-CAR LEY COMPANY. YOUNG & BROTHER, Booksellers and Stationers, 21S ilaift Street, Memphis, Tenn. ARTISTS MATERIALS. Vt indMor A ewtn'g Oil Colors in Tubes. Vt indeor it XewUin'g Water Colors, Solst nnd Dry. Canviw, ItrnnliPH, Etc, Et CALIGULA. JERSEY BULIPgiawed No. 6092; color, black, shading fawn on neck; dropped Do -om'tr 11, Ink). A handsomer, purer-bred and better-marked cu'l, and surer breeder, cannot be found. 4ear Kansas Citv Junction. Entrance on the side ot Memphis ana Charleston Railroad. Terms moderate. A. R. XiROESCHER. THE PATENT MICE & OUST ft00F jf Bookcaaea. Tablet, Office I Chairg, Letter Presses, I Fine Cabinet., Ac. Rll N. Foattb A..HT. Ixjpil Send 4e. for 40 pp. Cataloguj lT4PM'0 laiti'ill'lr, Ellicott Citt. Mo.-te b'A Annual Sesaion will be resumed hifT-.Bna, 1W wi'h a full and efficient orp. of l'-ofisora and Teachrta in every depanment. Misa A. MaTCHgTT, Principal; Mica Roberta H. Arohtr. Vice-Principal. Circulars at ijjti Madi aon avenue, Baluuioie, Mil,, until July 1st. 4 JIG ALB mm THE LITTLE JOKER Apaia Disappears All the (iamblm; Suloons In the City Closed at, -Mx Last Xight After Little InternievT Betweon Prfsi- Uont Madden and the IJraud Jurj The Reasons. TWknnwi envered the castles of the kniiihtu of the (freen cloth last n'lRht like shroud, the chink of th ivory chipa, the clink oi the wheel, the gentle tapping of the roulette marble and the dulcet voice of Daddy Hieronemous were hushed and still. No light twinkled and peeped from the chinks of cioeed Venetian blinds, ana the pendants of the chandeliers didn't, as usual, reflect all the colors of the rainbow. There was an absence of all color. Even the darkies were denied their favorite crana. At nrecise V o o ciock Qoors were Blauimed, JgueBts ana gainoiers reureu and ltft the field in the possession of the knight of darkness. Speculation was rile as to the cause, though it seemed to be the general impression mat tne grana jury, slung into action Dy tne innuenaoea oi Judge Uoaglass and Attorney-uenerai Turner, that the blame lay entirely with them, had taken some vigorous action. It was the prevailing impression omnnir thnee who were not in the eecret that the grand jury had summoned witnesses and !hat the witnesses had given the alarm. 1 tie gam Mem themselvee. however. kDew better, Fhev received an olheiai notice to close, not from the Criminal Court, not from the grand jury, but it was President Hadden himself who issued the ukase. The facts rimlerlvinz his action were not diilicnlt to obtain. When the grand jury met yester dav they summoned President Hadden before theui on "general information," and began in the usual way by asking him what be knew aoout selling liquor to minors, selline it on Sunday, about base ball p aying on the Sabbath, and about the keeping or renting of houses for the purpose of prostitution. Finally, they asked hiin what he knew about eambiing, and he was perfectly at home in bis an swers. He had no excuses to make, no concealments, and did not think it worth while to beat about the bush. "Is any gambling going on in Mem- nhis?" the foreman asked him. 'I have every reason to believe there is," he replied. "Why don't you put astop to it, then?" "I have alwavs leaarded it as the busi ness of the Criminal Court and the grand jurv to attend to that, he said. "Then vou do not interest yourse' about the matter one way or the other?" "Oh. vee. said President Madden, try to regulate it, yon know. I have alwavs tried to do that." "Did not the passage of the act making it a felony cause you to cbange your poi icv ?" "Oh, no; I work under the charter of the Taxing-District, you know, and that is my Jiagna unarta, me juage emningiy reol'ed. "Could you put a stop to it if you chose to do so?" "Oh, yes, I know I can close all the regular places. I don't know that I can stop all gambling in the city, but I can shut up ail the regular saloons easy enough." A silence fell in the grand jury room and it was finally broken by the foreman requesting the witness to retire for a few minutes. At the expiration of abont ten minutes be was called in again and in formed that the grand jury by a unani mous vote had decided to ask him to exert his forces and close the gamblers up, President Hadden replied that any request coming frum a body of men who were so thoroughly representative as the present grand lurv he must regard as expressir the sentiments of the whole people, Arumng thus he could not decline, id accordingly gave the jury his promise to carry out tneir wienes, and retired, ue teetive Pryde was at once sent out as courier to all the saloons in the city, white and black, with an order from President Hadden to close at 6 o'clock, and the thing was done. LOCAIt PAKAGBAPIIS. Gone are the gay gamboliers. The swings in Court Square must go. The appointment of a United States marshal waa a topic yesterday. Sergt. Rogers's swings are ruining the grass in Court Square. The weather vesterday was more pleasant than it has been for some time. The ropes on the trees in Conrt Square could be put to better use as clothes-lines. In the Erobate Court yesterday Mena Vasa was inaue administrator of i,r,l Dreyfru", deceased. La'teview is getting to be quite a re sort for Sunday schools. A pic nic is had there every day or two. Licenses to marry were issued yester day to Jesse Brum and Jenuie Kaaley, Chas. Hightower and Minnie n bittset. President Hadden a'lowcd the huck- s er. D. Loveola, who ran over Mrs. Mavo, to go with a $10 fine in the Police Court yesterday. The Memphis Driving Club will give several races at tne o.ympic Park lbuis- day evening. Only those admitted hold ing members tickets. Prof. J. S. Woolwine, of Nashville, will deliver a lecture at tbe Young Men'i Christian Association Hall next Monday night on "Character Building in the School-room." Eugene Long, who had his leg hurt an was rendered a cripple for life while in the employ of Pearce & Morgan, brings suit against that firm in the Circuit Court for iC0O0 daaiages. -.- .Suit against the Taxing-District was entered in 'its Circuit Court yesterday by Sam Lauderdale, administrator of George Lauderdale, who was killed iy the falling walla of the stationbouse May 22d. The annual picnic c the Court Slreet Cumberland Presbyterian church Sunday tcbool will take place at Frtzjibbon's Grove to-morrow. Trains will leave the Louisville ad Nashville depot at f o'clock a.m. A Suptrior Womm, new in "No Name Series." Hansford has more new, good and light novels than any other house in the South, ranging from ten to fifty cents. He is wide-awake, and gets el! tig new things. F. W. Wilcox, who is now at Wetf Point awaiting his turn with the Examin ing Board, is ture to get in if there is a vacancy. He iias already undergone the physical test and was pronounced fully up to the requirements. A complimtntary reception to the lady visitors and managers of the Leath Orphan Asylum will be given Thursday afternoon from 4 to 6oVock,at tha asylum, by the Hoard of Trustees. Jake Hettinger, an old German who for several years past has been employed as driver by the city scavenger, fell off the dump-boat at the foot of Beale street yes terday evening and was drowned before assis tance could reach him. The lucky tickets in the extraordina ry draing r.f the Louisiana State Lottery, Class F, at New Orleans yesterday, tth, as follows: No. 51,100 draws JlbO.tHKl; SO, 354 draws $50 000; 4726 draws $20,000 ; 52,995 draws $10,000 -,40,652 drawB 10,000. The following officers were elected by St- Elmo Commandery to serve the ensuing year: J. C. Parry, E C. ; H. J. Forsdick, G. ; N. B. Camp, I! li.; B, F. Haller, Prel. ; A. 8. McGhee, S. W.; W. 8. Jones, J. W.; F. G. Huntington, Treas. ; K tV. Nicalson, Bee. United States llartlial Freeman, ar pointed yeeterday for the Western I):S. trict of Tennessee, resides at Trenton, lie is abont thirty-eight years of age, is married and has two children. Those who know him Fpeak of him in tue highest terms. Late last nigbt a man named Ed Mc Bride sprang from a street-car near tbe end of Vance s'rtet directly in front of another car coming from the opposite di rection and was badly hurt. His neck and ftce were badly cut and his shoulder d i located. Mr. F. 8. Davis is still in the city, en deavoring to gt)t the Citixens' Street Kail way into operation. He says unless these who are interested here come to time pret ty soon be will write to parties in the East, who are very anxious to come and go into the enterprise. Wm. Wescho, who was recently ap pointed guardian of Laran Weacbe, in the Probate Court, recently made an effort to co'lect $125 due his ward ia Germany and the bank sent bim a statement showing a balance of only eight ct nts after costs and fees were paid. The bank wanted a re ceipt for that amount, hut did not get it. The train which arrived from Holly Springs yesterday was delayed two hours on account of a washout about forty feet wide a mile this tide of Victoria. The work there was new, and had not been en tirely completed, and the rain at that par ticular point fell in a regular water-spout, completely inundating the adjacent field of cotton. In the Criminal Court yesterday Walker Kennedy was arraigned for trial for assault and battery, but the indictment elated improperly that J. J. Brooks had been appointed attorney-general pro tern. on account of the incompetency of tier. Turner, when the legal form should have been that he "refused to prosecute." Jadge Douglass remanded the case for new indictment. The Bradstreet Agency reports 197 failures in the United States durinc the week ending June 12, 1885, against 102 in the preceding week, and IS), 165 and J04 in the corresponding weeks of 1S84, 1883 and 1SS2 respectively. Middle State,, 47 ; New England States, 36 ; Southern States, 30; Western States, 62; Pacific States and Territories, 22 ; Canada, 17. Total in the united States and Canada, 214. A number of leading workingmen of this city have formed a company for the publication ot a weekly newspaper, de voted to tne various trades and industries in which skilled lbbor are employed. The proposed journal will be tne representa tive organ of the workingmen of Mem- is. Mr. fc M. Ka:land. a member of Memphis Typographical Union, will be editor and general manager of the new enterprise. -The Auditing and Funding Board held a secret meeting yesterday afternoon to discuss the situation. It ia stated that $142,000 of the proposed six per cent. bonds have been spoken for, and the First national xtank is to bear from, the in stitution will probably take about $15,000, and it is boped that non-resident property owners and others will take $ "Hl.OoO more. Only three days remain in which to accept tne proposition of tne bond Holders. The steamer Mary Houston, which passed np the river yesterday, reports the drowning ot a negro decs, passenger yes terday atternoon, at .Scrub Grass Bend, just above the mouth of White river. The darkey, accompanied by his wife, boarded tne boat a breenville, registering for .Mem puis. All went well until tne point above named waa reached, when he repaired to the guards of the boat, and exclaiming, everybody good-by! lumped into tbe river and was drowned in spite of every eliort made to save him. The United States Court officials were thrown into a flutter again yesterday by tne unollicial telegram announcing tbe appointment of J. li. Freeman as United States marshal. The law provides that tbe marshal may adjourn court Jrom day to day, and it was adjourned by Marshal w Uliamson yesterday until tnis morning. If be had received formal notice last night ot his suspension the special term would nave gone winding and tbere cou d nave been no more court until the court in course next November. Judge Hammond can appoint anyone to adjourn court when be is present, but Attorney-uenerai mc- Corry wanted to find -a. way to hold court open in case the notice ot suspension should arrive hefore Judge Hammond could get back home. It was finally de cided that a telegram from Judge Ham mond ordering an adjournment would be snmcient and be was wired accordingly He is expected to return Thursday from .Lexington, ivy. ' EVERY first-class dca'er sells Opera Puffs Uigarettes; 5 cents lor 1U: lu oenta lor aj. SPECIAL ITEMS TO DiT MEXKESV. To-day we inaugurate an extraordinary sale in our Millinery Department. All the goods offered are most desira ble both in Btyle and quality. Rough and Ready Bonnets, neatly trimmed, at $1 5. White Chip Bonnets, very stylish, at $2 75. Satin Braid Bonnets, elegantlv trimmed, $i 7q. White Chip Hats, with long Ostrich plume. $. Saratoga Poke Bonnet8,neally trimmed, IOC. Children's summer shapes, trimmed to match white costumes, $2. Cape May Shade Hats, only 25c Sailor Hats, English Milan, $1. Plumes, Flowers, Feathers and Rib bons marked at same low figures. GRAND CLEARING SALE Gentlemen's Shirts. Wishing to close out our entire stock of Unlaundried Shirts before July lBt, we offer to-day at bargains never seen before in Memphis lOOO Iloz rnlaiiudriecl feliirts. At 50c, open-back Shirts, -linen front, sises 15 to 17. At 69c, our bset dollar Shirt, sizas 14 j to 17). At $1, our fiveplait bosom, open front, all sizes. This shirt sale will continue nntil all are sold. Come early to get choice. A TEMPTING BARGAIN Fine Dresa Goods. Common goods are not always the cheapest, even at a low price. To-day we offer double-width ' grey all-wool cloth f.ir Ladies' Tailor-Made and Trav eling Suits At Only 39c H Vartl. These goods would be considered ex cellent value anywhere for 75c. Other lines of fine Drees Goods, Silks and Summer Novelties Mari.etl Awaj Down. We have about 20 pieces of genuine Turkeyrred Table Damask which will be marked To Day at 37c a Yard. The balance of our twelve-quarter extra Crochet Counterpanes, worth $1 25, will be pat on the counter to day f OB" D2C EACH,. MEA'KEX'S. N. B. Ladiea' Muu'in Underwear and Jersey Jackets at greatly re- duced prices, second rljor, near Miliinery and Carpet Depart ments. Take elevator or either commodious stairway. To.Dayt To-Day! Is the "Love sale" of valuable Fort Pick ering lands, from cne to twenty acres. All high, beautiful table lands. This is the last chance to boy No. 1 table lands, with river and street fronts. (See adver tisement ior terms, etc ) This sale will close oat the last piece of these "Love lands." The location is the best on the Chickasaw bluff j; and the ten lency of a great city is in this direction, "and don't you forget it." Tneexcnralon Iran la Hollw Springs will leave earner Haln and Breadway promptly at 9 o'clock Rtinday moraine. BarrnKSDA Water received fresh weekly direct from rVaukesha. J. B. ROBINSON. Apothecary. lon't fall lo sro tne exenmlon ta Molly Mprlnic., Sunday. Tlefceia far aale at SI MaaliHon atreet. Fare, 81. SEW EtHtt. The firm of Rowe, Townsend A Creigh ton having been dissolved by the with drawal of Mr. Joseph Townsend, is suc ceeded by the firm of BO WE A CREIGHTOJr, who continue at the old stand, No. 44 Mon roe street, where they are prepared with increased facilities and the most expert workmen to execute all orders for job PKixmu in good style at short notice. Mr. W. Gpot mith is associated with Howe A Creigh ton, and will receive orders. Estimates furnished promptly on application to OWE at IKEI6HTO.K, 44 Mo.roe Street. Dr. Houoks, Indianapolis: "I consid r Bethesda superior to Apollinaris either as a luxury or a remedy." J. S. ROBINSON. Sole Agent. Mnlforti, Jeweler, 291 Main, Fills orders from the country promptly, and satisfaction guaranteed. SOME BIG TALK By Railroad Man, Who Thinks the Ball- roads Will 11a ve Their Own State Supreme Court Next Tear Important Meeting Soon to be Held Here Kcgarding Ilaugage and Limited Tickets. A representative of the Appeal learned yesterday by accident that a meeting of railroad men is to be held here in a short time for the purpose of making some im portant changes in regard to the handling of baggage and the sale of limited tickets, and is re labiy intonned that the move ment grows out of the decision of the Su preme Court in the case of Coward againet the East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia railroad. Tbe road, it will te remembered, was sued for the value of some jewelry lost from a trunk checked at Memphis and robbed on the Illinois Central railroad, and judgment was given against the E ist Ten nessee, lrginiaand Georzia for tbe value of the jewelry because that road had sold trie ticket to complainant, and bad under taken to check the baggage through to Waukesha. What action do you think the roads will take at their meeting?" the reporter inquired. "Ihey will decline to check any bag gage beyond their own lines, and passen gers win nave to get up in tne middle ot the night and see that it is properly trans ferred. The railroads will decline to do that service for them." The leporter suggested that perhaps if one road declined to do it another might offer to do so as an inducement to travelers to buy tickets over its lines. Oh, tbe railroads are a treat deal ciocer together than you thiiik," he replied, with a knowing smile, and be further added : "They will have a say as to who will be the judges hereafter. There are 27.000 railroad men, tounling ail hands, in tie State of Tennessee, and they are going soua next year. II tney bad been given two weeks more in the last election for Governor, Bate would never have got there. Trie railroads are a power, and don t you forget it. Has it gone so far ( "Why, I tell you they are already at work in every part of the State and that they will sweep everything before tnem in i.-su. me railroads ought to have some rights which the courts are bound to respect. The cour g used to hold that a railroad could make a contract and when they adopted a rule that passengers should not claim more than $150 for lost baggage, it was put in the shape of a con tract and virtually agreed to by every per son who bought tickets, but now they rule that the railroads have no right to make contracts, thereby allowing anyone who loees a piece oi baggage to collect any sum they will swear they lost." "What's the trouble about round-trip ucKeis ; "Oh, they are always a source of trouble, I am no lawyer, but I know what justice is, and it ever 1 saw a plain case ol viola tion it was in,the C.eudetiuin ca-e, which resulted in a mistrial before Judge Pierce yettjrday. C.endennin bought a ticket good for thirty days into Texas, and was told at the time that he need not buy it unless he meant to return in that time. He remained out tbere for nearly two months, and when bis ticket was examined out here at McGee's Station the conductor told him it was of no account, and he must pay or it would be his duty to put him off. Ulendennin pulled a roll money out of his pocket and told the con ductor he had $1000 and would not pay a cent he knew what he waa about. At White Station Clendenniu and his ile and daughter were helped off the train into the waiting-room, and he Eued for $75,000 -$25,000 each. Well, the jury hung, and Judge Pierce asked them why they could not agree. Tbe fore man said they understood the law and agreed upon the facts, and that none of tbe juryn en thought the com pany was liable, but five of them were for niving a verdict lor $2000 on general prin ciples. Tbee suits are getting so frequent that the railrosd will have to stop selling tickets and make those who ride pay tbei full fare in money on the train. Oh. yep, the railroads are a good deal nearer to gether than yon think. THE !S.UliTI FAK1LY In Trouble A M ire wno Tbrew HnnlT In Iter Xluahaod'a yea In the Chancery Court yesterday Geo. Smith entered suit far divorce against Emma Smith. Complainant shows that he and defendant were married five years ago and lived together two years. She be came addicted to drink and is now a ha bitual drunkard. On account of her out rageous and indecent conduct he was com- pelled to leave home about three years ago, aa he could nave no peace; but h nas continuea to contribute to the sup port of his wife and child. About three weeks ago she sent to him for $ and he sent her $3. This so exasperated her that she went to Bab Church's saloon, where he is business manager, and threw a mix ture of snuff, red pepper aud coal oil into his eyes, and but 'or the prompt treatmen of his physician. Dr. Nail, he would have entirely lout h s sight. She has been in the habit of going to his place of business in a drunken condition, using vile and abusive language to him in the presence of a number of persons, and has repeatedly threatened to take his lile. Complainan tnereiore asicea an id junction to restrai her from visiting his place of business am also allow him to get some clothirc she has in her possession and declines to give up, though he ttands ia great need of it. He also asks lor a divorce. The nijunc null waa iwueu. THE UXDER-fJRADL'A'l'ES And Preparatory Clawies at fit. Agnes Academy luut Evening-Hnxle, Recitations aail Essays. The exercises at St. Aene3 were nounccd to take place yesterday evening at 7 o'clock in the open air under the grand old trees that cast their sheltering shad ows oer this time honored institution. Ling before the appointed tour crowds could be seen entering at one or other of the gates. Some, seated within the beau tiful grounds, engaged in leasant con. verse: others winding their way through gravel walki admiring the rich and varied fl'iwers. The curtain rose at 7 o'clock, and from the salutatory to the last piece on the va ried and interesting programme, but one Bntiment was expressed by the audience, namely, praise 101 - ana teach ers. The former having given evidence of their eatisiactjry progress by their intelli gence and gracefulness and modesty dur ing the year, aud the latter having to con gratulate themselves on their su 'cess. The music showed patience and careful training. The recitationa by the little ones were admirable. At St. Agnes it is customary for pnpils who aspire to gradu ating uono.s at the neat commencement to write and read essays as nnder-gradu-ates. For this year thete young ladies are as follows: Ida Chamberlio, Nettie Kel'v, Ktie Reynolds, Katie Larkm, Mr.ggie De laney, Katie McNamara. PROGRAMME. Salutatory : ..Jennie Fisher Instrumental Trio Gipsy Polka Kinina Johnson. Moggie Doraey, Nellie Man itcan. Alice Mallorjr, Aiaggie Larkin, Laura Prewette. Essay i-piritof Discovery and Invention .....Nellie lielly Chorus Let Music and hong Juniors Recitati ,n Guilty or Nottiuilty.Ka'ie .McNulty tsay Our Country Katie Rt-ynolds Chorus Buy a llroom Song by the li tie girls Recitation Little Jim .i-allie Lightbur.-e Eaaay Ihe Spirit of Unre t .... Katie MjNamara Instrumental Tiio Pas Redouble Florence Woodson, Nellie Manigan, Agnes Miles. Recitation Honor Bright. Lucile Mansford Essay Purity of Tboug t Maggie IManey Chorus Ihe Three Enigmas -,- v-ii- .Sung by the little girls f-.aaay L.re of Fame..... Katie Larkin Instrumental Iuo June Galop Jenn-e and Katie i-'isher. Agnes Miles. Kati. Pendergrast. Vocil Duo lhy Face Mamie dabby, IeUalluggins Rocitation The Pride of Battery B Maggie Larkin Essay t ireside Angels Ida Cnamberlain Instrumental Duo Visitation Convent Belts- Mamie O'Reilly. Katie Uolahan, Jennie Mol- atesta, Katie Con way -Recitation Curfew Must Not RingTo-Night. ... Alice Tuther Mother Columbia a Reception of the States. The essays were short, carefully worded and well delivered. It is scarcely just to particularise where all are deserving of praise, yet we can scarcely refrain from mentioning little Alice Tutber. Her elo cution, and the graceful manner in which she recited "Curfew Must Not Ring To Night," was really remarkable in one so young. 1 be Ihree Enigmas was a beau tiful scene, artistically arranged. "Mother ColuintuVa Reception of the 'States" was a bright and lively scene, showing Mis Maggie Del any 'a varied talents to ad van ta.e. After so much from the younger papi's, what may we not expect from the eeniora to-day. PERSONALS. Geo. Gooowr, left Monday ni,rht with his bride for Virginia. Mas. A. A. Sboncc aud her neice. Miss Mamie Clark, left last week to spend the summer in Virginia. A tklegbam from Forrest City, Alk, last nigbt, announces the dungerous ill ness of Mrs. James V. Futsell, nee Mibs Lncile Gallaway. Dr. Mitchell and Mrs. M. C. Ga'.laway left for Forrest City this morn -c ' J. M. Crump, of Holly Fr.rU,?., i in the city. Mihs Claba V. Abmold has returned from New York. Miss Ei.lks M. Guy is in the citv. visit ing Mrs. John F, Wilkerson. Ds. J. Berriis Lisdsey. of the State Board of Health, was in the city yester day. Tna Rt. Rev. Dr. Rademacber. bishop of Nashville, is visiting this city, and is the guest of the Dominican Fathers, 84 Adams street. W. E. Barsks. em of Col. B. B. Barnes. who graduated with the first honors in civil engineering at the University of Ten- ..t I - i .... . iiensee, tit .xwuuaviue, lust weea, oui oi a class cf five graduates, has returned to his home in this city. Manager Joiih II. Roiib. of the Gns Williams Combination, who, with his wife, has been spending a few weeks rest at his mother's residence in this city, left yes terday morning for Cincinnati, where he will rejoin his com pan v. A New York paper has this to say of Mrs. Hobb : "Mrs. Jno. H. Rohb. nre Mies Josie Loane, will km niiu uuo f iiuauiB uexi. season as iiib leading "lady. Mrs. ltobb is an unusually capable actress, and was, last season, here as tbe leading lady of the Bartley Camp bell White Slave Company." HATCHER'S HEAD Bored by a Ballet Tragedy n Fay- Car On the Ixiniaville, Mew Orleans Texaa at Beaver Duan. News reached the city yesterday of the killin g,at Beaver Dam, M ins,of a man named Matcher, who. until last Friday, was a sec tion boss on the Louisville, New Orleans aud Texas railroad. It appears that Hatcher has found it very difficult to keep men at work, because of his practice of charging them too big an interest on money and supplies he let them have. He was in the habit of buviou up the time cf hij men at an exhorbitant rate, and when he advanced them supplies CHARGES A PROFIT which was ruinous to them. On Thurs day last the company decided to discharge hi in on this account, aud he was so noti fied. He declared that same of the hands ware indebted to him in small sum amounting altogether to $08, and said the paymaster should pay it to hira or h would have blood. The next day. when Superintendent Burke was on his way to iNew Urleans, be waa informed of the THREATS Or HATCHKR, and was requested to stop at Beaver Dam and see him, which he did. Hatcher was very ugly, and declared he would not give up possession of the suctionhouses nntil the $08 was paid him. Superintend ent linrke told rum that tne company would pay him every cent they owed bim tor his work, but would not under any cir cumstances pay him back anything be bad advanced to the bands in his emolov. That was a matter between him and the men to whom he ADVANCED THE MONEY or provisions. Mtj. Burke told Hatcher he thought be was acting very foolishly, and advised him not to make any mis takes. Hatcher finally agreed to give np the sectionhous s, but said he would have the money or blood. A man was sent down to take Hatcher's place, and was allowed to go to woik without interference. The pay train, in charge of Mr. J. C. French, start ed out Monday morning, and Hatcher name was DOWN OS THS ROLL for $55 for May and $22 for June, those sums being due him for work done. When the train passed the place where the men were at work, Hatcher was nowhere to be seen. Sheriff Johnson, of Tunica county, ana one oi his men, were cn the tram armed with a warrant sworn out bv one c Hatcher's men, as troubie with him was expected. When the train stopped at Beaver Dam, Hatcher came np OUT or TUB WOODS heavily aimed and immediately boarded the train, lie advanced toward the pay master's counter with a threatening air ana wc.3 haltea by Jonuson, who informed bim he had a warrant for his arrest. Hatcher instantly made an attempt to draw a pistol, his lace expressing the most lerocious anger. Johnsou was too qmc for him, however, and as Uitcher leveled hia weapon tr.o snonn hred, his ballcrah ing through the brain of the ex-boss. His body was put off AT REAVER DAM and a cofna was sent down for it by th superintendent, i he money due him held subject to the order of his wife. Hatcher is comparatively a young man. rather tail and very muscular and of very violent disposition. He had an eye likeaha.vk and did not snow the mean ing of the word fear. No biame is attached to the rai road or to the sheriff, who acted in sell celerse. IiAW REPORTS. Circuit Conrt Pierce, Jadge, Jury calendar for to-dav: Nne. 8479, William Kyle, by next friend, vs Kansas City, Springfield and Memphis Railroad Company ; 848J, M. Al. .MclXiDie! et al Memphis and Charleston Railroad Com pany; bis I, A. t. Ulowers vs Louievi and Nashville Railroad Company; 84!4, A. j. tasiey vs w heeler & w Hson Manu facturing Company; S49'. Seessel, Arm stead & Ca. vs Kirk Allen & Co.; S500 Seessel. Armstead & Co .vs E. A. Cooper 8501, John Raggio vs Chesapeake, Ohio and Southwestern Riiiroad Company; 8502, Goyer Cold Storage Company va J. D.H. Myer; 8513, William Dawson vs II and J. Johnson; 8M8, John F. Hazen & Co. vs A. Kohlbry & Co. ; 6521, C. J. Hoi lis vs Isaac Hunt, and 8523, A. Kohlbry et al vs John Scheib'e- et ,! Chancery Conrt 1 be Hon. W. JI. Smith. PreNidlnaT. Calendar for to-dey: Fogarty vs Stack amy); Nos. 479-5, Fuchs vs Walsh; 49-8, McDermot; va Water Company; 4939, Lowenstein vs Mississi pi Valley Insur ance Company; 4941, Maury vs Hobson; 4944, Thornton vs Kerr; 4947, Fleece vs Trader; 4!'48, 4949, Greenlaw vs Brinkley; 4;i32, Orgill vs Trader; 502u, Memphis Grain and Elevator Company vs Memphis and Charleston Railroad Company. The Itest and T.at C'liancet The "Love" Fort Pickering Land Sale will certainly come off to-day from the Chirkasaw Bluff, on the northeast corner of Kerr avenue and the Mississippi river, being high table land, with full view of the river, and the only river front land on ttfe maitet. Thesa!e will move east from the river, along Kerr avenue. The con struction ot a ine stone roc J, noty in progress, will reach K err avenue in a few weeks. This pike will eonneot with the city at Jackson street, the terminus of the Fourth street pavement y-j, a continu ous paved route from Kerr avenue to the very heart of the city. Il fo-a no cajth to buy! The Omnibus Line (free ride) will leave our office at 10 o'clock to day for the grounds. After the sale a fine lunch will be ferved in the Wheaton Grove, comer of Kerr avenue and Horn Lake road, Mr. Caslix, the genial proprietor, having of fered us the freedom rf these famed premise?. Mr. Steinkuhl will preside as caterer. For map?, terms and mode of reaching the ironntis before sale, call on F. W. ROYSfER A CO , 278 Main street. ADDITIONAL KIYEli NEWS. Tbe 1-reaent Rl(e tt St. Louis. St. LoriH. June 16. The present rise in the river is the result of recent rains, and is not the Jane rife; but if the swell continues two or three dy lonjrer the water will reach the dan per line, and d.imaee to property will follow. tSo far no injury of ooo aequo nee has occurred. River Telegrams. VicsflmTB'w, Jane 16. No arrivals. parted: Ctty of Providence, Rt. JLouis. St. Louis, June 10 Night River ripfn 2 feet, and stands 26 feot by the (raupe. Weather clear and cool. Arrived: City of Cairo, Vicks burg. Departed: Belle Memphis, Vickaburg. Louisviixf, June 10. Noon Krver ata tionay, with 7 feet 8 inches in the canal and 5 feet 6 inches on the fol's. Weather cloudy, busi ness lair. No arrivals or departure. Tbo Ray mond Horner is Rett in through the can vl pre paratory to Roinfc south with her tow. r. igut Kiver stationary, with 7 feet S inches in the cnal and 5 feet 6 inches cn the falls. Bii'me." dull Weather oloudy aud cool. 2&o arrivals or ieparf urea. ' OF KEAS STEALERS. New York, June 10. Arrived: Khetia, Hamburg. Glasgow, June 16. Arrived: Stale of Alabama, New York; Austria, Philadelphia. London, Jnne 16. The Rio de Janeiro, irom oan francisco, allay .ust, naa arrive a at 1 o- i kumiU New Orleans. June 10 Cleared: Ex- releiorard Hudson, Ker York. Arrived: Chal motto, Kw York. Monogram Bangle .taf alfortl'v. Pittsburg Coal. Kentucky Coal, Alabama Coal, Anthracite Coal, Cannel Coal, By the barge load, Car-load or cart-load, C. B. BRYAN A CO., 20 Madison Btreet. did Kfl and Mirer taken aa caul! ul aiiUfora'sj. Xil Maiu. MISSION HOME. Mnth Annual Report of a Great Good Work by aa Association of Women Who are Worthy of the Support and Sustenance of the People of Memphis Telling Facts and Figures. The anniversarv exercises of the Mission Home last Sabbath proved to be a most delightful occasion to the large number of menus who, despite the excessive beat, were present to enjoy the sweet songs of the little ones aud hear the report of the work, read by the Rev. Eugene Daniel. The Rev. H. A. Jones made the opening prayer, and the annual address was de lve red by the Key. W. E. Bones in a verv zealous and impreasive manner, setting forth to his hearers the outgrowth of "true, pure and nndefiled religion," as de fined in the Holy Scriptures, the institu tion and its occupants, demonstrating the truths of his remarks. Af .er many words of encouragement to engage in the service as examplined in the character of Jesoa while on ea-th, he c'osd we hope leav ing au indelible impression np on all who heard him. The following is the re port oi the Mission Home : Intli Annual Brpisrt of tne Hiasli Homo. During the latter period 780 persons have been admitted into the Home. 603 since the removal ot the work to its present lo cation. Number of family at present. 45. 12 adults and 33 children : admitted during the year, 49 adults and 51 children. There have gone out lrom tbe Home 49 adults and 50 children. These have all been re turned to friends or gone out to service with the exception of hve who have left without approval, i lve have.died. 1 adult ana 4 cnuaren. Received for children's board f7f0 00 earnings ol sewing-rooin and laundry.... tz 7o Total -V72 75 The amount received from our indue tries is less than that of last year, es profit able work could not be obtained for tbe sewing-room. This has led to the opening of a new industry in rug making, which promises well, as there has been a ready ale tor those already mannlactured. v hen this work is tuny established we hope to make it a source of profit to the Home, as wen as onenng Uitht and pleas ant employment to those who must other wise remain i He. V e look upon industry as one of our greatest helps in forming or remodeling character. Kind friends have liberally donated clothing and partly worn garments, which have materially reduced the expenses of the Home. The children of the Second Presbyterian church, on Christmas nieut. kindly remembered the little ones gathered into the Home, by a liberal donation in money, followed by the Central Methodist, Central Jbaptiat, tjumherlana and tirst "reet;y- terian churches in smaller sums and variety of i.ousehold goods. The Sabbath school of the btrangers' church visited the Home during the holidays, bringing the gifts in person. A beautiful thought grew out of this charity, which was the adoption by the Sabbath-acbool of one of tbe Home children, and since that time ail her cloth ing has been supplied by them. A never- failing friend of the Home sent the matron a chock on Christmas eve which, with the Bums above mentioned, have pa.d tbe dry goods bill for the winter. The "Harvest dome," inaugurated on the 23i of Octo ber, and looked forward to, as this day re turns, in coming years, is a new mutbod adopted by the association for ingathering and allowing those who arc charitably dis posed to give as the "Lord hath prospered them, iast year this was a success, as liberal sum of money was donated, to gether with clothing, household goods and provisions. Much has been added to tbe comfort and convenience of the Home by the addition ot a veranda running th length of tbe main building, with a balustrade opening into tbe second story. This, with many other improve ments on the premises, is mainly due to our president, who is ever tender and thoughtlul for the comfort of the Home family. Also to the contributors oi lum ber and money, aud to Dr. Watson's nn tiring energy and excellent management of the wore. In the words of a former report we would again say, it is our earnest desire to make this a Christian home, not only providing lood, shelter and clothing, but moral and religious instruction, the word of God being daily presented as the rule ot lite. Ihe chapel is used as school-room during tbe week, where the children receive daiiv instruction from teacher who loves her work, and seeks the best good oi the pnpils nnder her care. Daring the year the Young Men's Chris tian Association, together with the pastors af the various churches in the city, hive aunaly conducted babbath evemrz service. and on Thursday of each week the Home committee have held a regn'tr service. All the children with tbe exception of one, whose mother died since she came to tbe Home, have one or both parents liv ing, who from various causes are unable to provide homes for them. We have, at present, nine'little ones, the children of honest, hard-woiking fathers, who pay a nominal sum for their board. The re maining number, owing to unfortu nate circumstances connected with their parentage, are cast upon tbe association for their maintenace and care. During the year that has passed the Horn ban been fail to oveiflowi" an(j yet have never turned away a really needy applicant, with the exception o one itf fant brought to us b7 the city offijia!s, in a tirce cf exceeding great trial in the fam ily. Typhoid ma tria having made vu appearance and our hearts bowed witli anxiety, it would have been truly unwise to have added one care to those already upon us. We are looking forward to the time when a separate home will be pro vided for the children. A lot of land has been donated for this purpose on condition that a certain sum bi raised, sufficient to defray the expense o( putting np a build ing suitable for this pnrpoee. A silk quilt was made in the Home last winter and sold f ir $50. This sum is now bearing ten par cant, interest, and is the beginning of the fund far tbe children's home. Our Chinese missionary tells us that the surest way, and in some instances the only way, to obtain aca&3 to the Chinese home is to take the baby aiong. The baby fingers would lift the iatch closed to all other in fluences. Dear friends, let the baby fin gers lift the latch. Lst your hearts' door widely open, and supply an abundance cf means for this home, so much needed in this city. Amid the trials and discour agements of the year that is past we have much lo cheer our hearts in the assurances, that come to ua from those who have been sheltered in the Home. To-day the toliowing has come to ns: "The Mission Home I How impos sible to realize the full meaning of these three Words, but Bbk tbe broken hearted widow and destitute children, cr the still more nn'ortnaVe, ti.ase who have heen ueceivedl cast out, scorned and upbraided, who have found a refuge in the Home ; they will tell you, and truth fully, that they find it not only a place of rest'and safety, but charity and sympathy. Christ is not only preached, but hia patience, forbearance and mercy are daily practiced, mating tbem feel each day that though it was a hard lot and heart-breaking circumstance t; at forced them here, yet God was kind to direct thorn' to this Christian boir.e and kind friends. Words annot epreia my gratitude to God and these no ile workers, and go where I will the ltsaons of Christian charity learned here ill follow me through life and strengthen me to do my duty to God and those dependent upon me. It wonld touch the hardest heart could they only know how tenderly the little ones are cared for heie and constantly taught the worda of life. The bleesing of the poor and unfortunate who are capable nf feel ing a spark oi gratitude will lest upon this Home nnd its managers." Another writes: "I have been in the Home four months. I cannot express my gratitude to God for leading me here. The Home has been a gre: t blessing to me. I felt bitter against the world when I came here, but I have learnt d in a measure to understand God's love and kindness. I feel I would like to be a Christian. I know He is my friend and bas given me friends here. So littleoi the world knows what a grand, noble work this is, I shall never f jiget what I have learned here. The Home has made a better woman of me. May God's b easing rest upon it" As we present this report to yon, dear friends, it is desirable to have as little rep etition es possible, but as many of tbe facts of other years are before us, and the same methods of work in operation, yon will Eardon ns if we have taxed your patience y touching upon points already familiar to you. . And now, in reviewing the work of the year that is past, we must return thanks to our Heavenly Father for His protecting power' in the preservation of life and health, for the peace and tracanil. lity which 'have pervaded the Home life, and ior the assurance He has given ns that His hand has led us on; and in reli ance upon His strength we enter upon the uuuea oi another year. MRS. K. DARRAQH, a t i. - - DRAW-POrrv.il m.,s a..r th.n . a-. . an Opera Puff Cigarette; S eantafor m. The excursion train to Holly Spring's, on tne 21.1, will be under I be enarara of tne railroad official., and will be strict ly Orst-claaa. F I El PftS3r af L af sffisft ft THS BABTHOLDI STATU at Or The followinE are the names of the sub set ibers to the Bartholdi Statue Pedestal Fund, made through Ihe firm of B. Low enstein A Bros., of this city, each sub scription being for $1. The 'iet is still open, and it is hoped that Memphis may yet male a list oi at least ouu suoecriuera. Llat of Hnlxserlbera la tne Hartn.Idl lame redealal l aaa. Jacobs A Garrett. W. T. Char-roan, Prof. Iaon handtnerr. "" - Ucuaieb Benj. Bingham, Mra F. C. Turler. t?atn CMarer, Mrs. II. lienadorf, Mrs. Tboa Boyle, I.. Li. Hutnnian, John W. Baldwin, Mra. Ike Friedman, Victor D. Fucha, E. B. Hall. Harry W bite, C. L. Byrd, Mrs. T. L. Ueffernao Jas B. Walthall, u. n. aiDnrnt, H. Hennehaberr, Richard Eoatiee. Mrs. B. F. Coleman, Adler Broa., Geo. liexter, M. Sarin A Co.. I. 6amlann A Co.. J . r, Mratlun. Mrs Lottie Moore, I). L. (iilleanie. James h. Ricba-daon, Mies Annie '1. Parham, Miaa Sadie Lowenttoin, Mrs. R. C. lraTia, due Limber, B. M. Goran A Co.. W. Ji. Booth, W. K. Knaa. J C. Ublim. P. H. Duffy, . Dr. R. M. Bud.leke, tteo. McLean, Mrs. I. N. Snowden. The Appeal will be happy to publish the names of any other subscribers to this fund, and will do so as often as they are supplied by the Messrs. Lowenetein. HOTEL AH RIVALS. Peabody Hotel. C. B. SALLOW AT A CO PtoraiiToaa Rates S2 50 and $3 per day, aocordins to siae and looation of room. A R B.Ike. Ohio C J Johnston. Miss T J Uerron, Ky M B lenis. Ky H A Scott, Tean W B Hawkins. N T E J White. Ark J S Jones, N T O A Backus, Pa Mrs S A Brown, Ala J Leser, Ark Mra T H Clay, Ky il T Waahburn. city J Murrin. Ill D V Timpleion. NT C W Griffith. oity P B Moaby, Tens C F Lnach, " Y J JToney, Ark Miaa P Buck, Tex B t Locke, lanu O W Kloer, city G C Hrr a. Miss P Churchill, Mo K Weinberger, III J M Young, Trnn R S Lindeey, Tenn O P Hampton. Mo Wm Fulton, Miss O W Crumn, Cal W R Parker. Mias M C Rowland, Tenn C C Elliott, Mass -I K Bell Aw, La F A Handle, III C U Brown. Ala M'S C t Lee, e'a A H Bedford. Ky B V Beine, Ark Hess, sir W F Hardin, Tena 8 li Moore, Ala J C Burns, Tena A A King, NT II 0 Fleming, eity Mita S klnox. Ark J L Cocke at w, Como K A Shaw, Tex C B Rnaaell, city L Leverin, Mo H O Krana, Tenn T B Jonee. Pa W M Rudd, Ky T C Ferguson, Miaa. Dairy's Knropcea Hotel, Corner of Adams and Main streets. Rooms 50fl, 7ocanau per day; American flan w per day. Pirst-claaa Keataarant in the Hntel. J. M. DUFFY UU yrt with Feabody Hotel). Faor'a E Roynnlds, La H Coker, Tena R J Brown, Ark M Bcatus, Miss J II Campbell, Tenn J E Pickett, Ark W P Day, Tenn T A B.ird. Miaa T J Hays. La 6 E Whiteaidea. Misa . C A Jones, Texas J J Bummeia, Ark Mra L e summers. Ark I A Koy Aw, lena Miaa J Wade. Tenn J M Hudson, Tenn W M btewart, cty II Woodsmall, Ua C Foot. Mo W Bowers, Kt W C Baird. Tenn J C Pratt, Ind. Q M Roeentonut, Ark 8 N Canadine, cily II B Bweeney, Me G Seaman, Kj P M Morria, eity F L Erwin, Ind Saafon's Hotel. W. H. BIIvGHAM Mlliotl. European plan. Knlarged and refurnished. Fricea according to sise and location of rooma. . W R Porter, Ark J A Pangston. city M H Barton. Tenn J B Yanksley, R it J H Conner. Tenn H R Traree. La J P Alexander. Ark Miaa A Morria. Tenn W E Lynn, Tenn Mr E K Nicholeon. Ark E tirace Aw, Tenn Mrs B FXackerAd.Teoii O w tichelberger, Ky 1'at X Forsythe. Mo ! C Wrifht. Tex 1) W Osborne, Ark Misa M C Osborne, Ark Miss A Osborne, Ark (1 W Wise, Mias T C Ferguson As, Miss J L Talley, Tenn L Hughes. Ark J N Thomson As, Tenn B F Martin, Mist W F Hardin, Tenn J C Nixon. Mo P A Babbitt, M ias AM Littlejohn, Mirs. THE WJSATIIEIt. Indications, Ior the Ohio Yliey. and Tennessee, fair reatJirr riatio.nary followed btf ris vri0 lemjierature, northerly xcinds, becom ing variable. Meteorological Report. MBMrnrs, fi-irar., Jane 16, 1885. Time. Bar. Ther. Wind. 7:00 a.m.. 30.043 S9.0 N.E. 11.00 a.m.. 30.1118 "2 5 8.W. 3.00 p.m.. 30(-S 73.8 N.W. 7.00 p.m.. 30.01! 77.0 11.00 p.m.. aJ.OVi 73.S N.W. Mean 30.07. 71.0 ... , Weather. Clondy. Cloudy, Clear. Cle- Maximum temperate-- 7 1 Minimum tr-.ratttV.,'65.b.' U'Df-... u 4o Oionosoops 11 a.m.,0; 11 p.m., 0 scale, 0 to 10. All observations U'een on 75 meridian time, which U .al aour faster than local time. Cot to a Kejrioaa Ballet,s For twenty-four hours anciing June 18, 1885, at-i o cioca P,m.. central time. Maximum Minimum districts. Tern- Tern- Rainfall, pera.ure. perature. Wilmington... W.O e.0 0.11 Charleston-.... U2.0 te.O 0.00 Aoguata V1.0 M.O 0 10 Savannah--. W.O 70.0 0.16 - Atlanta. W 0 70.0 0.ti Montgomery.. l.o 70.0 0.0S Mobile W.O 76 0 0 00 New Orleans.. 86.0 73.0 0.07 Galveston W.O 73 0 0.00 Vicksburg tti.O ft.Q 0.00 Little Rock... W.O 71.0 0 00 Memphis W.O 74.0 0.00 Means j tt4.2 71.0 0 05 rot fin Besrloa Bulletin For twentv-f.iur hours ending June 16, IftS5. at S o'clock p.m., central meridian. STATIONS OV .MPHIS PIBTSICT. oiaximum Minimum Tem perature. lem perature. Rainfall. Memphis Nashville 81.0 W.O 92.0 S7.0 92.0 7S.0 sr.o tt 0 91.0 78.0 95.0 9H.0 1(0.0 93.0 95.0 irj.o 92.0 97 0 91.0 6i.O M.O W.O s,0 &T.0 7.0 Ofi.O 5.0 R2.0 6..S s.o S7.0 4 0 81.0 72.0 71.0 70.0 0.4A 0. 79 iJ? 1. (13 0.2J) 1.S0 1.02 0.SA 0.01 000 1.10 C3I 0.21 S.15 0.R0 a. 04 1.70 1 W Grand Junct'n Brownaville Covington Dversburg ... Bolivar.. M-.lau,, F&i is Withe I t-onnth .. Batesvill. Hernando. iioliy spring. uxrord Grenada Tuiyiimbia...... Keoatur ooolt bora . Sums... Means.... 1729.0 91-0 18.02 0.95 tW I Order Medal at BlnUbrd". There will bean oentxlon fr.an here to Holly SpriaBa, tJauday, Jane aiet. Fa.ro la oaly 411, round trip, rrom aVotn. nnls, and low rates from local atatlona. ECZEMA And Every Species ot Itching and Darning Diseases Cored by Cnticura. ECZEMA, or Salt Rheum, with Its agonliing itching and burning, inatantly relieved by a warm baih with Ccvicuaa Soar.ana a eingle appli cation of Csticcea, the great bkin Care. This re pealed daily, witn two or throe doses of Ccticvia KtsoLViHT, the New Blood Furifier, to keep thj blood cool, the perspiration pure and unirrilat ing, the bowele open, the liver and kidneya ac tive, will speedily cur. Ersema, Tetter, Ring worm, Paoriasis, Lichen, Pruritus, Seal! lies it, Dandruff, and every species of Itching, Seaiy. and Pininly Humors of the Scalp and akin, whasi the beat phys.cians and all knwn remedies fail. Will McDonald, 2S42 Dearborn street, Chi cago, gratefully ackoo. ledges a euro of Ecsema or oalt Rheum on haad. neck, face, arms and legs for seventeen years; not able to walk except on hands and knees for one year; not able to help himaelf for eight years; tried hundreds of reme dies; doctors pronounced his case hopeless: per manently cured by Ccticura RaBOkVguT (blood purifier) internallv, and ComcnaA and Ccticura Soap (the great skin euros) externally. Ctaaa. Houghton. Kaw.a lawyer, 29 8tau street, roaion, reports aoase 0 H-os&ma under his 1 observation for ten years, w'uich covered the pa.. .i.u. a wuny suit ,iiuvi, atfu WWUlCUeil S.OOWH methods of tieatocent had been applied without henefit. which was completely cured solely by the, Cvtiucra Kmcuna, lear uf a clean end health F-,H: ''". Eq., Detroit. Mich , suffered 50 told tortures front Ecsema, which appeared on is hands, head and face, and neatly destroyed hit yes. After the most careful doctoring and a con sultation of physicians fat ad to relieve him, he nsed the Ccticura Rimrdirs and waa cured, audi has remained 10 to date. Mr. John 1-ttlel, Wllkeebarre, Fa., writes I have suffered from Bait Kheum for over eight ' V ' ? "V? a oo.io. not attend ti my butinass for weeks at a time. Three boxes o; voTiti,.. nu iour oottiea or KiaoLiiNr bar entirely eurea mo 01 urn dreadful diaeas.. Sold by all druggists. Price: Cnior. wa a tea Ja-VJU an v VDH1UA. V- tIUS, BXJ.B. wfpw tor - now idm Skin ORGILL BROTHERS & CO.. 310 and 312 Front strrot. J. X. IAR3AS0H. J. A. HUNT. C. 0. J, T. FARGASGN & GO, Wholesale Grocers aM Coft Factors, S89 Front Street, Memphis, 1 rs. Cotton eoatlxned to aa will kareoar oakrefol attention. W. ear.-r at all luar s.'I-aelMtei atoaka Staple and Fancy Groceries. Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars, Anil will ll a. r.i,w a. Id. I..wmt. 2GS Front Street, Memphis, YhoIesale GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS Agenlw Wtnwlilp foil on Olnw ami PreHneH, Tobacco and Cigars, WnOI.ES AXE AND RETAIL, . S17 Main street fV.igr.." Mfnipliis. Tenn. J. T. JLaPRABE & Co AKCFAGTCKtBg OF Saddles, Harness and Collars Nos. 301 and 303 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. (FBDEB FlAilDDT IIOTEl,), WKma.ki Pfda.ltlesj of all kinds of florae and Mule Collars, Blind Bridles, Haicea. Chain Back Banda. liana Strinrs, Single and Hon Me Treea, Lai'-rinite aud Linka. Cotton Ken.. .La Flaet'arrlasre aadRnny Hapiif.n. to .rtfer. a knwlnllr li-Wnli-lilCipjif Oar XAIXS are Bfannfaetared front tbe Finestt SwediNb Iron and la Quality, SI le and Finlstli, are Uuetirialed lu market. sW For (tale by W. S. BIICCE A CO., MESU'HIS, TEX.V, and tU Trade generally. A. V. KINGSLAND, Secretary, rAnn , Needles, Oil, LARGEST BREWERY IX AMERICA. Jos. Sett Brewing Gompany, MEMPHIS BRANCH, S.::," S, ROES CHER, Agent, Memnhia, Term. ! 1st la&a, SSO.OOe Barrel. Nnle. of Pjannall ILrauarsi. Inn (UMt Kn il in lHHt. a.io.fino H.rr,i.. loo.ooo aaeff D.T. PORTER. POBTB Successors t TORIEZ, TAYL0E & C0n on WO. BOO TROrVTT BTRT1ET. Gott 318 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. GENERAL COMMISSION MERC1TANT. GRAIN, HAY AND PRODUCE. mm n h Dii inini! K li, II! S It uuu us Oo "Soils. And Conimls-sioa Merchants, S3g Front St.. Cor, Halloa. Meniplii. Tenn. A. 8. LIYBRM0RE, Pr.sid.nt. H. A. TATCM. Sr et.r7.nd Treasurer . The LIVERRORE FOUNDRY S MACHINE Co iawj nsAsj mrrK? railroad 'r -.:-;-,,-'; work, mm'mm Bhaftingi --i?LSsir;H-'JP'"' rZ And everything and Pulley,, - - irPriwS IT? a ,i'ttt-WV.:'-C pertaining Pip. and Fittings, f ' -1 t I I I II Ja.V fTT' th. Bras, floods. S ;:" "5 a: Bteam Pumps, r " - . '1. n.n...i n..i.. aa-i.'Jn-jfJ:-j. Iionse Fronts, ar-gi ISO to 174 Atiamn Stroot .. W. D. MOOS, EDWARD Oik 1 itf u m mum WIIOIXSAIJE DliAJLaOW IS acco and Gisran Tob NO. 3,3 MAIN ST., Oil I CflMT nig n 1 Soi Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers IFrtmt St., Memphis. Tenu. HILL, FOHTADDB & 00. Cotton Factors. ConsKiission FHorchantt, BTo. 11 G South Main m.m St. Xionla. WKOIXSAIJa nnnncne mnrrt uiiyuuia; uui And Commission Merchants, SCO and 202 Front Street. - Memphis, Teiuu 3 B.BIH. A. A. PARKER. K. L. WOODrOS 8wing.t.ac.iine Goods Parts, Attachments and Repairs rUK ALL MACHINES. Wholesale Prices given to Merchants and Agents. The Xew li. Eltlridge Sewin-Xacliino, Guaranteed tha bst. Axents wanted. Ser. for pries BUTTEKICK'S PATJ EUNS for Ladies', Misses and Children's Wear, Send for catalogue showing ov.f 80OQ Garmentj. Addross J. B.ALDmCH & CD. Gen't aoenU.Memphis U. W. MACRAE. pi it actors MF7TTJTV7g, nW' 9 3 i AT Qtt M Causal 'ew' Sjr. .s PLANTATION "WORK. STEAMBOAT 1Y0RK, ?t-r-Tt..: 'vi FOtJfllBT Machine fl hop Baaincaa, Unilding Work. aXexuiolilK. rrexxxx. KO(l., W. H. JOTBI MKIVHeVeSMfc rS MiifBS mi 1 mm MEMPHIS TKVN. nita'-u" PETTIT FACTORS iui m IffilMijfyta no OThopby the con.fv-Ui imff VtT Vlfl 'mi Y V- -rtVW. . H-rM . .- , j.fx -e.