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IBFORMATION-Wanted of the wnore
beau of Euellaand May J. Boott.
Ii. W. BC01I, Appeal offloo.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and i
ran Ltd. Inventor oF the Sanitary Port
Una 0innt Pomp. Contractor and brick
liyff. Telephone few. THQ8. CUBBTNS.
J About the 15th Inst., rmal! dark red
eow, ihort tail, about five years old; will
calf in about ten days. Will pay a reward of
St dollars on her return to me at north
gate of Elmwood Cemetery,
, 8. J. WALTON. .
HORSE-From 12ft We street, on Satur
day, August 26th, alight sorrel bono,
white in laoe. A liberal reward fir hi" re
tnrnte MRS. 1). HAACK, 136 Bealc.
C10W One medium tiie cow. light cream
J color, wide horna, white face. Iftouod,
call at212 Front street.
BAY MARK MULE-From C. F. Smith,
Horn Lake Landing, one bay mare yule,
about eight ve&rs old, Sileen bandshighj
mane recently trimmed. Bring to r. A.
Jone A Co.' .tnhle nnt he rewarded.
rounded Hill, Arkanfas, the best eolU-n
region in that State, eiahiy-fivo miles from
Memphis and (ifl mi es lrom IiittleKocK,
on the M. and L. R. K. 11. Apply to
No. 11 ADAMS bX.. Memphis Tenn.
A!o, revcr.il 8to?k Ranehea in (Irani
Prairie. Arkansa".
COWS-On 17th Auiuit, from No. 176 Or
leans street, two enwt one a solid red
mnl.'ev; the other a white headed brindle.
Fiv dollars reward for tb-ir return.
SPANIKL DO(l-0ce lart eblaok half Span
ieeDog, with trace chain attached to col
lar. Any one delivering laid deg at my
bouse. No 206 Tonneseee street, will be lib
erally rewarded by
ON TIIURSDAY NltJHT-Fromthe farm
ol Anthony Netherland, Hernando road,
Had on ft collar with the name "Thomas
tiregory"on it. The finder will be liberally
rewarded on returning her to office of
W. B. HATK8, 2H6 Front street. .
ternoon, Auk. 14th. A reward will be
Buld lor iti delivery at this office, or to
T. V. NKKL. White Haven, Tenn.
SETTER-Retorn my lemon and white set
ter bit'-h "Florence," known by most
Memphis sportsmen, and missing since July
15th, to 40K Vance street, and receire reward.
NICE ROOMS-Wilh cr without board.
OOMS AND BOARD Nswly furnished
rooms, with noa'd. at 4'.' wamet s'reet.
E81BABLK ROOVS-With boird.
At 72 Madison street.
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, sinsle or en
suite, furnished or unlurnitbed, with or
ROWMS With or 'without bnard:tefms
reasonable. 140 MADlSON ST.
ROOMS Owe large front room with bal
cony and one large baok room with
large dressing-ream, and others as good as
.an b. found In the city.
00M Furnished room, with or without
board, at 111) loort street.
OARD With excellent room,
124 A DAM 8 01 KB IS I.
' NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
with or without board, at ixi Maoisnn sc.
JO suitable for office or store-room; good
location for drug store, rarnisasa rooms.
08 Ai'AMi pirmai.
RBSTDKNtB-1 a"d Rooms.
L. B. EATON. H Vadl.on
OM Nicely furnished from room, good
ocallty, at m Uourt street.
TTvLEQANTI newly furnished rooms, bath-
1 . fotim, eve, inquire at no uuun nw,i
"DOOMS Three nnlurnished rooms, second
J-Vlloor, wilu water privue.e, centralis li
eated. with eonthe-n exnosure: lamily nri
Tate; references required, E. II. L., Appeal.'
tOTTAG K No. lit Court street t-xtenaed.
yy Apply at itn Main street.
TJOOM One nicely furnished front room,
A.V on nrt noor, at iuo wnroe.Tr-T.
er HOOM8 Nicely arranged lor houaekeen
J ing, in new briok house; will rent to right
party lor lia. Apply at ;t loan street ex.
OOMS Two verv desirable front rooms,
furni-hed, at WL Madison street.
OTO REHOUSE OooupleS by.Degnan &
vj Co., No. 2U7 Main stroet, Lee Block.'
inquire at no. t Maaison streer.
RESIDENCE From Oct. 1st, elegant briok
residence, o. 108 Washington St. For
terms apply to No. 71' Main street.
O -STORY HOIIHK Ten rooms, corner Ala-
XJ bama st. and Ihnrntnn avenue. Apply
J AH. MoNaMaRA.S Ruhesonst.
STOREIIOUSES-The three new first-class
Storehouseaiin Shelby street, next north
''Of the Gayon Hotel. Terms tessinable
6H Madison street.
00M Larte well furnished front bed-
room, at Hi Linden street.
NE 10-AC RE LOT Situated on Kerr av-
J enuet good honse, six looms, stable.
one cistern, and wi tonced. uaii at
A. a,. BtiUAK a, zzi Main si,
TTOTEL- The Stonewall Hotel and Rail-
m l. roau iiting uoure at uraos J unooDn,
Tenn. Apply to J. 8 Day, Receiver. Noa.
360 and 302 Front street, Memphis, Tenn.
Possession giren Immediately.
VWFrcKS On the southeast corner .un
J and Union gtreete, over 'J. M. Hill St
Co. i shoe store.
Offices and a Bleeptng-room oer C. A
iDammann'a atore, No. 21S Main street.
No. 86 Adams street.
2 BRICK RESIDENCES Nlnoroo mi each,
Apply at aw Vance street.
NO. 166 MAIN STREET Opposite the
'Court House. Having a front on Mam
avnd one on Poplar street reader! this prop
ertyyerr oeiirsbie. call on
JAMBS LEB. Jl No 4 Madison t,
in OUSE No. 87 Court street, from SeDtem
LJ. her list. Arply to J. W. Bailey, at
gay, tiorton usuey s. w-to rrnns street
TTOUSES-Oo and near Walker areaoe.
I! on Klmwood streetcar line, firons the
1st September, several houses, freai two to
wight rooms, in good repair. Apply at 36
Union street. JOS. LKNOW.
nuArnv nflvinse n c J
Kj cupied for many years by Dr J. W. Nel-
ewn. Dentist, corner tinion and Main streets.
Also, suitable SLKEP1NG-ROOMS above.
Alao, CHOICE OFFICE on seeond-itory
old Cotton Exohanse, corner Madison and
front streets. Apply ata union street.
TACSIRABLK ROOMS-Snitable for light
U hoasofcooplnr. N.oor. Seo'nd and Market
DSiylRARLR OFFICBS-In the new Cot
ton Exchange Building, single or in
gaitea. on very reasonable terms. Building
heateii'throughout by steam. Elevator run
ning faom b'ement to attic. Apply to
HKNKY HOTTER. Secretary.
"IKW -ROOM HOUSE-No. 112 Jonei av
Xi eoaie. Also, two new houses, tooth side
Poplar, east of Punlap, will be flniahed by
let Sepumber. Apply to 0. 0. HKIN,
B6it Front street.
TOREUOUSB-From l't September, one
lour-etory main s'reei srorenome.
LAR4K STORK First floor and oellar,
with side and rear entrances, Nos. a(8
and 305 Main street. Possession Ootober lst,
or sooner. If required.
OOoes and SUire-roomi, No. 282 Second at.
Rooms for light housekeeping, No. 376 Pop
lar street, over drug stoie. Arply to
R. B. 8NGWDKN or J. L. O00DL0E,
38 Madison rtreet.
street; cotton-room and ooe; terms
moderate. Apply to .
JA 4S3 sni 46 Shelby atreet.
OUSE No. lot Robinson street, (rooms,
in good 'eper, ,ood cistern water.
WYERi A SNEKD, aiOSe'-ond.gt. .
FFICE'-Th desirable front offlces en
J secnad floor of 42 ladson streot, adjoiav"
ing uotion r.xcnange. stam.i g ' v.
tURNlallED ROOMS At 66 Monroe at..
one siiart from Pcabody Hotel.
OUSE-Of seven rooms.
Apply at 217 Madison street.
TS OOMS A sultof rooms in Masonio Tern-
"V - i.n u 0 frt 1 j T I
J-'Jle; A ppiy to DVB m. ruiva.
HOrfpPiirnlshed, single or en suite, at
Sit Mi4Uo tt. Befersnces required.
U nAinuT J
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A msrvel o!
purity, strenith and wholesomeneis. .More
economical than the ordinar; kinds, and
cannot be sold In competition with the
multitude ol low test, short weicht alum o;
phosphate powders. Hold only incjaa. Roval
Bhtto Pnvntu On . If W,ll .. K.vr.v
line Dining-room set,
Une rxltcb
hen Set,
with possession of bouse at once,
PUPPlES-l'y " Oath's Mark " out of
Me otnb's "Katie." For price and ex
tended pediirroe, addres
THOS. OSOILL. Bonds. Tenn.
J W. R. LARfCIN, Larkltiville. Ala.
AIRY WUh house and five sores tor
rent, withall convenience for dairying.
W. H. N KLt-ON. Bats avenue.
ORSB AND WAGON Lisht spring
wagon, wun norm ana narness.
Apply at 339 Mnin street.
HORSES Five car loids or well bred
young horses, one and two years old.
will be sold a' auet'on at. I. A. Forrest k
Co. 'a. Stable WEDNESDAY, Sept. l't
01 ASOLINR bTOVE-Three burners; in
X good order, at 109 Madison street.
BOARDINGnOUSK-Doing a good busi
ness, centrally located; will sell chep
on acoount of bad beaith. M. C, this office.
Doing a Ort-olajs business, in one of
the best locstions in this city; good reasons
given for selling. Value of itook about three
thousand dollars. Address LOT,
Care Letter Carrier No. 10.
CR. FREDDI E Rn BINSON-For particn
lars inquire of C. W. Jabine, M, AO. R R.
BOILER-SO-H. P. boiler, tested to 160 lbs.
water pienure. will sell chean Apply
at SPEER'3 GIN..
mill ami gin, two-itory building, witk
oO-horse engine and boiler, at Batesville
Miss. Address J. L. FLETCHKR,
Batesville, Miss.
one thoroughbred Running Horse; fee
120. One Trotting Horse; fee, 10. One Jer
sey Bull ;fee, (2.IS0 Foi Ssli-30 Horses,
3 Milch Cows, IS bead Butcher Cattle, Pea
cocks and Newfouedland Pups. Horses on
pasture, 15 per month: Texas nones, lOe per
day. Telephone JOSEPH BURNET, 852.
UPRIGHT PIANO-Good as new, oheap
tor cash ; or will exchange for board.
Address K 3ft, Appeal office. 1
rpo SELL BVIRYBOOY-Oneofthooele-X
bretad Pino Paliniho ataitresses. Can
be seen at 296)$ Second sfreet.
OODCOOK-Well recommended,
m ? 7ii "ierrv stvaet.
fta- Auvt.Kll.stSK A firrt-olats Soap
X maker, oonciders Memphis, as a dis
tributing point and the large quantity of
soap toek and tallow made here, a splendid
locality for a good soap lactory. Ha would
like to meet Dirties inclined to so into the
manufacture of that ar lcle; would prove
to tbetn it is a sate and prontatile invest
ment. Address
0. J., this office.
ill ALESMRN In everv State fn the Tinton
O to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
SraoiALTiag thatare popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in oonneotion
with other goods. Address THB WM. B.
PRICK flfl ANl'r G. CO.. p ALT1MORK, Ml).
T10 BORROW J)0 on improved city
X property, for two to five years. Address
i) ., tins omce
"VOUNG MAN Wi;h a knowledge of the
-L dry goods and coining business. Ap
plv immediately at n'l Mwin st. Good wage1.
AiN Al liuuKliafcr bit doirrs asituntion
in a first ela'S house. A liberal sa ary
i ..j : - ..ui. ... An .1.- i.:.,
in BiiioviQU, as uti in ijiiiio .uio ii 11 tuv uin
Highest repommendiitioTis. Ad'i. 27. Appail
la unK ui snv kind by a bov 13 vers ot
V V age; anxious to do anything to help a
aioKmotner; gr.od reierenccs. Addrea
T. M , No. 11 Browns street
juj atonceto iiueu Jt MUUJi'a Bbirtiao.
tory, 313 Main street
I7VERYBODY-To call and see the cele
Sli brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 1,7 Third
street, near roplar
I ADV AGENTS For Mrs. Campbell's
JL New " Tiller " a TilUr, Bustle, Hoop
skirt and Underskirt combined. Hoops can
be removed and skirt laundried. Adjusta
ble to any site. Vey faahionaole, and sells
tor 12 to every well-dreiped lady as soon as
shown. Agents double their money. Also,
a lull line of new furnishing goods for ladies
and children. Address, with stamp, E. 11.
CAMPBELL k CO., No. tot West Randolph
street, Chicago, III.
G" OOD WHITE WOM AN-To cook and do
general housework; must haverecom-
mendations. Apply at 7U Mulberry street.
WOMAN OF SENSK-Kn.r.y and re
gpectability for our business in her lo
cality. Salary about IftO per month. Perma
nent position. .References exohanged. E.J.
junaaun, manager, to naroiay at., w. i
TARTY With 111) to take tha nio.ii.ln.
tu agency In Memphis of a business paying
ov percent, nei prous. Aiaresg
Auitn i. this omce,
1 finn Lm- FKATHERH UUhest cash
1UUU priae paid by GABAY. Memphis.
next tniriy days tor ii ou.
243 Main ereet.
OLD GOLD k SILVHR-For cash or ex
change MIILPORD. Jewe er, 24 Main
CO.. tells nat
die knows of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
Of nog or TBI Couaiia-JorsniL,
Br. WtntmnmlK. 8rl oaive a rule I have
observed for many years, the value of your
remedy prompting me to say, in reply to
your request, what I know of your Ohill
Cure. The irlvate aasuraneas of it eScaoy
I bad. and the good resulta f Its efleoU I
had observed on Mr. R. W. teredlth, who,
for more than tfteea rears.fhad been fore
man of my otlce, tndaeed sael torteit it in
any family. The res a Its have-'bwen entirely
satisfactory. The 6rst oase'.was of two
years' ftaadlng, in which I believe every
known remedy had been tried with tempo
rary relief the chills returning periodically
and with seemingly inoreased severity.
Your euro broke thorn at once, and there has
been no irecurrenoe of them for more than
six months. The other ease was ol a.milder
form, and yielded more readily to other
remedies; but the chills would return at-lo-teryals
until your medicine was usod,ince
which time, now several months, they have
entirely disappeared. From the opportu
nity I have had tojudge, I do not henitateto
express my belief that your Chill Cure 4s
valuable specific and performs all sou
promise for It. Respectfully.
vjlle, Ry.
fiauig, AmmonRlon, Flahlnt; Tickle
ana uafeiiau uooda.
IM Masa DlreMti. asnuhii.
Masafaetsrlig and Rapairuf oil Sui
i X- Jt
No Work Tet Began In the Mem
phis Reach or t Any
Other Point
There is a general inqniry- among
valley p'atters to know why the River
ComnrsMon does not take some steps
toward the work in which they aie so
much interested, and the people ol
this city feel an especial interest in
tha entijoct because ot the river trade
ad on Recount of the necessity for
protection to the Memph 8 harbor:
The bill provides for improving the
Mississippi river from head of the
parses to tha mouth of the Ohio river,
continuiug improvements, $2,250,00;
which mm shall be expended under
the direction of the Secretary of War,
in accordance with the plans, speci
fications and recbintnendations o! tho
Mississippi Eiver Commission, pro
vided that nb portion of this appro
priation shall ba expedded to repair
(r huild leveej for tiio purpose ol re
claiming landt or p-eventmg iujaiy
to is'anda or pifva'e p:opeity by
oveiflow; provided, however, that
the commis ion is author zi to
repair and build levees if in
their judgment it should ho don.t
ss pjrc of their plan to ali'ord eaee and
talety to the navigation and commerce
of the river nd to deepen the chan
nel. Of the amount herein appropri
ated forth lower Al i? jiae i p pi , 10.,000
are to be txpendod in continuing the
work in ptog.ess at New Or.eans,
$160,000 (or tae rectifying if the Red
and Atchafalya nvf n by preventing
further enlargement of the latter
etieam and restric'ini; the outlet ra
pacity and for keepinng apen a navi
gtblo channel through the ninitSi of
Kd or Old river iLtJ the Mississippi ;
$50,003 in improving t.avigntiun in the
Greetjvilla roach by preventing the
bank at Greenville ftotn further cav
ing, and $100,0' 0 in deeneniig the
channxl at Vickeburg liy drrging
through the bar existing there; but
this last named eutn shall not be ex
pended unKes, after another examina
tion or purvey, the commission stall
deem it advisable, and if the shall not
then $50,000 shall lie expntided
in the improvement cf navi
gation at Vick.lmrg by con
structing Buitabls dikes and other ap
propriate works, and $75,000 in com
pleting the work in the river at Mem
phit. Also, $25,000 for work in the
r.ver at Hickman and $25,000 for work
in the river at Columbns, Ky."
The Mississippi River Oommieeion
was constituted by act of Congress
some six years ago, and ia composed
of, the following persons: Col. and
Brevet Maj. Gen. Qnincy A. Gilitore,
Corps of Engineers, United Stales
Army, President; Lieut. Col. aid
Brevet Brig. Gen. Cyms B. Comsto k,
of the United States Engineer; Maj.
Charles R. Snter, of the United States
Engineer; Prot. Henry Mitchell, of
the United States Coast Survey;
Mews. B. M. Harrcd, of Looisiana;
8. W. Fergaseon, of Mississippi, and
Judge K. 8. Taylor, of Iodlani.
Tons it will be seen that a major
ity of the commission is composed of
civil ans, while the other three are
oflkers of the army. The customary
mode of procedure for the commisuon
when on active duty is for the Presi
dent to call a meeting of the memberj
to awiemb!e at w York, St. Louii or
eorrn other place, and, with the maps
end no'.es cf survey before tbe boatd,
to net le on some plan for the treat
ment of a particular ra'e in the work
of iaij r.viug the navigation of the
river. It is also the custom fjr the
C-immi ion in a body to visit the lo
calities to be operated upon and make
personal examinatioca of the work to
bo done oi in progress. The Commis
sion has already done a vast amount
of work in the way of narrowing the
channel of the river whore it is exces
sively broad; in protecting caving
banks; in improving and protecting
harbors ; in building tevte.i ; in gauging
the (1 stance of the river and it) chief
ou'Ieti, including crevasses; in run
ning lines of levels and making other
surveys in connection with the various
and uniform operations which a
work of tho magnitude, novelty and
boldneesof 'hat intrusted to the com
mission, When the b 11 came up in
the Sona'.eon the 3 J of August last
for consideration it waa finally passed.
8enatir Gibson, howevnr, railed at
tention to the fact that $2 000,000 had
just been voted to bs expended upon
the work intruded to tbe Kiver Com
mission, but denying tbe necessary
font's fur the payment of tbe salaries
and expenses of the commireion, and
yetfthe commits on has a plant of ma
chinrv and appliances worth over
$1,250,0C3. He expropsed the hope
that Senator Allison, Chairman of the
Commiitee on Appropriation, would
oiler a joint resolution prepared by 8n
ator Gibson, to meet tbe case. At the
evening session of tbe Senate on the
same day Senator Allison of Iowa of
fered a joint resolution providing that
the enm of $50,OJO out of any money not
otherwise disposed of, to be appropria
ted for the pavmentof ealariea. trivelm a
and office expenses and contingencies
of tae Mississippi Kiver uommtssion.
Tbe resolution was passed by thefien
ate, but was not passed by the Uou.
and consequently no provision was
made for tbe expenses of the Missis
sippi Kiver Commission. Plainly, no
provision has been 'made to pay the
expenses of the commission. The act
of Congress requires that the work
shall be dono under the recommenda
tions and according to the plans of the
commission. Several of the members
of the commiesion are officers of the
army and under the orders of the
Secretary of War, who has a general
supervision of the work, but tboy
only constitute s minority of tho com
mission. A majority is composed of
civilians, and they tan not be.
ordered to duty unless provis on
be made for their salaries and ex
panses. AsmattiH now are tbe en
tire aff'ir is at a standstill, and unless
the high officials of tbe Treasury and
War Departments shall see the way to
pay tbe expenses of the Kiver Com
mission out of the, appropriation for
the river improvement, it eloes not ap
pear that anything ran be -done nnder
the law for the iuiorovemnt of the
lower Mississippi river. Ko call has
yet been issued 'for a meattnir of tbe
bo.tr 1. The president, Gnn. Gilmore,
is ropcr'ed to be quite sick et present.
Relief for Ibe Iiroii ih sin mirers la
fir T.ftrTia Mn. Aricmnr S'
- ' J " -" I J iw n , -
Louis is about ti offer ad to the
d'onth stricken districts of Texas,
wnenca itamej reiurii ui stroai, ouuoring
for the ordinary meint of sustaining
life. A committee of the Merchant'
Exchange has been appointed to col-
anrl anlinit nhflfrinti(in.'anrl thnv
propose to secure iub criptions of
seed, wheat, floor, meat, cloth ng and
ether neceesitif of life, which will bo
...n t Anmtn In eharffS rtf a rvimmlit rt
distribotion, whoee dnty It will.be to
sea mt inpp ie are pucea in proper
hands and distributed where the
greatest need exists. It is expected
that a train consisting of ten cars
loaded with provisions will be cent to
relieve tbe sufferon. t i ' -
Speerbre hy Uov. lloaihM, Jntlge
Wreca: stasa Ch-rley g u-nlmbnue
Leadlasr lusan DlMiied.
rsrictaL to Til a rr ii L.I
Littlb Kock, A ex., August 30.
Tbe principal efforts of tbe campaign
took placA in this city tonight, and
Hydes Ojiitra House was literally
packed with a diversified "audienco"
to listen to Arkansas's three Guber
natorial candidates, Hughe, Gregg
end Cunniogtum, make their talk.
The lateness of the hour at which
this is wr.ttw (12:30 o'clock) enforces
even an et'.cmp. at a synopsis.
who las been dnbbed the "Greoaback
natty cf Arkansas," and who !b ctrr;
in tho I am er of a hybrid frnni
z tion denouiau'log itself the 'L bt
Par'y," firat eni.ured cut on
the !ce. He spoke for more than an
hour. His brain lies become warped
with tbo ghoit of the rag bthy, so
much so, in fact, that he himself
dresses like the newspapers depict
that poor lit le image as dressing. .His
weaiing apparel ia sorely in reed of
repair. National banks and their
detriment to the free circulation of the
greenback dollar was all that Charley
could talk about Ue did diverge suf
ficiently ti say that his party (Grean
back) was the outcome of the two cor
rupt pnrtiei of the nation, Democratis
and Republican.
r e it came f ward amid the w ldct-t
arplanw. The graud old Governor
4-is at hie best, i.nd tha treatment
which the Republican, and Cun
irgriam parties received was
courteous and conclusive. Ho
s.ud nothing to wound, lnero.y repeat
ed history, showed up the a 'ts ol the
K 'publican party from the days cf re
commit on clear oa down to the
present. His illustration, his com
pai itoa between the two administ'U
tions, and tae conclusions drawu,
were received with tremondius ap
pla'iso by the andienc. He touched
brielly on the convict labor subject,
Bayinit the present eystom was bad apd
that he hoped to soon see it umt-nded.
As regarded the Greenback patty, the
Goveruor convnleed the audience with
laaghtor when be remarked that its
being the purification of two corrupt
parties reminded him very much of
the hatching out of a good, hea'thy
chicken fiotn two spoiled ecgi. This
reference made even the Greenback
party itself smile quit audibly.
closed the debate, hia remarks being
C i fined to the "fabulous" salaries of
Dc-mocratic officials, the railroad tyt
t. m of the State, tbe action of the Mil
ler administration some years ao in
the Scott county militia matter and
the road law. The Undue, barring his
politics, is a mighty able man,
and the way he stuck to
his text tonight was worthy of
a better cause. He baa a head
full of sense and his talk, like that nf
Got. ll'iiilin-i's, received considi r.ble
applause. lUstktid that his prede
cessor had so effectually "baiUtd up"
the Greentack party tht he thought
it would lie unkind in him to refer to
him, and so 'et tbe rag biby rest oyer
in its corner.
MorritLton, Russellville, Claiksville
and Fo t Smith are yet to ba treated
to the presence of tne-w gentlemea,
the canvitea cloi-ing at Fort Nmith on
Saturday. Cunningham will go along
as a kind of "1'uuch and Jndy enrios
ity." The Breeches lasted until 11
o'clock tonight.
candidate on the Republican ticket
for Treasurer of this county, todHy
hronght suit againet tho Uazrttt for
$25,000 diuuHg.is. His claim in based
on a libel Jones avets that journal
published in reporting a s pouch mnda
by him in the Sixth Ward several
mtihts ego. The Gazette stated
thftt Jones advised a'l col-
red men not lo trade with
a Democratic merchant becanso
the Democrat was dishonwt and
wonld cheat them in weights. He alto
advised, tho Gazette stated, the negroes
not to pick the cotton of Drmocrats,
but to leave it for them to get out M
beet they conld. Thin is tbe first suit
this raper has had on band for sev
eral years, and there is little doubt
the old lady will ba able to hold her
own in tbe controversy.
ANrtrrofeiliet assd loManlly Killed
by a While Mass.
Israelii, to ths arriAL.I
Gallatin, Tbstn., August 30. Last
evening Geo. Baden, a clerk in tbe
commissary ators of J. C. Kodeinore,
contractor on the Chesapeako and
Nashville rflroaJ, near ScotMville,
b -came engaged in a quarrel with a
negro named Farjk Kirkly over the
payroi nt for a box of sardines. In the
quarrel Haden shot the negro with a
pistol, killiiig him ineUnily. Hadeu
was arrested.
hoi liana la Ilia nice.
Nbw Orleans, La., August 30. A
speoial to the Timet Demwral from St.
Jo-eph.eays: This morning, as Judge
J. B. Klam and Joseph Nicnolls were
in consultation in tbe law office of tbe
former, Col. L. V. Reeves teppd to
to the f ont door and fired tne con
tents of both barrels of a shotgin into
tho head and ahoulderj of Nichollr,
killing him instantly. CcL Reeves
snrrendered himself to the authorities
and was lodged In jail without bail.
He clsims to have acted in self de
fons. Nicho'.ls was a son-in-law of
Co'. Reevei. and some family trouble
is Buppnssd lo have been tbe origin of
the difficulty.
A Tried Batnedy for BIllosMatma.
Those who suffer from disorder or Jneo
tion ol the liver will never get the upper
hand of the anruly organ so long as the?
such Irrational remedies as bine pill, calo
mel and tiodophyllin. But from the Vied
and popular medioine, Bostetter's fctoenach
B-ilters, they may expeot relief with a eer
tainty of obtaining It. The Influence of the
Bttters upon the great biliary gland is diced,
powerful and speedily felt. The relief af-fcn-itVe!
is not spasnodio, bat complete aad
pei'mnnont. The sallowness of the skin,
furred appearance of the Wiogue, Indlges
titin , eostivoncas, headache, nnusea. pains
throuirh the right side and shoulder In (aM,
every aceompaniment of the obstinate onm
plaint are entirely ard promptly removed by
a course ol this in.itiinaile metHeino, In he
half of whioh tostiaioriy is eonsiaatly ema
nating fro ia every quarter, and lrom all
elaaset of euaiety.
Nbw York, August 30. There has
been a good movement in ths execu
tion of orders and new purchases and
with the new demand of former pro
portions. Tbe price of farmer' choice)
3r-lDcb bleached cottons la 6c.
t , i .. i
Tha Bro wis Take Kladly to Coawaj'a
Dellrery aad Pound Him
Hard aad Often.
Oar old favorite, Conway, wee pnt
into the box for Atlanta yesterday and
Snoed's men hammered Lim unmerci
fully. Tweve hits, with a total of four
teen bxsA, satisfied the Browns, but
they conld have made it more if it had
been liecesrary.
Koonff, as usnal, was very effective
and held tbe champions down to five
hits. Tbe following is the
MKMrlllR. I B, R. B.H. P.O. A. B
Graham, m. f... 6 3 2 3 0 0
Sneed, r.f 4 2 2 X 0 0
MoSorley, 3d b- 6 1 2 2 0 0
Andrews, 1st b... 5 0 10 10
liroughton, c 5 2 2 6 2 0
Black, U 5 1 0 3 0 0
Mrn;ng,2d b... 4 2 116 0
Phelan, s.f 4 113 0 3
Knouff, p 3 0 1 0 2 0
Total ..40 12 12 24 10 3
ATLANTA. A.n. R. B.H. P O. A. B.
Purcell.s.S 4 0 1110
Lynch, lstb 4 10 8 12
Cline, c. f. 4 0 1 3 0 0
Lyous,3i b 3 0 113 2
Sricker,2db 3 0 0 1 2 1
Snaffor, 1. f 3 0 0 3 0 1
Williams, o 3 0 0 6 1 0
Gunson, r.f 3 2 110 1
Conway, p 2 110 0 9
Total 29 4 6 24 8 7
Memphis 1 1 6 2 2 1 0 0 -12
AtlanU 00301000 4
Summary: Earned runs Memphis,
5. Two base hits Bronghton, Man
ninir, Cline. Pawed balls Williams,
2; U'oughton, 1. Wild pitches Con
way, 2 Kirct base on bnlls By Con
way, 4: Knouff, 1. Struck out By
Knouff, 5; Conway 4. Double plavs
Manning, I'helaa and Andrews. Um
pire Merritr.
nahville Hhiil Out by Chitrlralaa
IsriouL to Tin APrisi,.)
Nasqvii.i.e, Thnn., August 30.
Cbarlcslon stint out the local team in
about the worst exhibition of lull
playing soon here this season. A little
over a hundred people we.ro in the
grand eland, and it is nnnecesary to
Bay that they were heartily glad when
the farce was ended. Billy O'Brien
appeared in the box for the locale,
with Scbellhasro to support him.
Powell put up Sullivan and Ilines as
bis battery. The visitors were highly
pleased will) the big first baseman's
style of delivery, and proceeded to
kuock out five runs while he occupied
the square. Dondon came in about tha
sixth inning and fared equally as bad.
Sullivan pitched asteady game and was
rItao splendid support. The principal
features of the game wete Dnndoita'
m.eerable work in center field, an i tbe
general spirit of listleesnsss which
pervaded the whole team; pretty stops
y Broenao and Bittmau of torown
balls elicited applote, as did alto a
double plav by Beard, Bittman and
Sowdera. PhiUipa'a two base bit to
center when the baies were crowded
is also worthy of not. Score by in
nings. Nashville 0 0000000 0-0
Charleston 2 300100'2-8
Summary: Earned runs Charles
ton, 2. Two bore hits, Phill'pe, Broi
oan. Hines and McAleer. First boat
on balls By Sullivan 3. Fir it tutw
on being hit by pitcher By O'Brien,
1. Struck outr By Snllivan, 6; by
O'Bren, 3. Passed balln Scliellhase.
3 Double pLiye BenrJ, B tttnan and
Sowtlors. Umpire Saundors. Scorer
Cheatuain. Time of game Two
O'Dny M it onl by Uelroll.
Detroit, Mich., August 30. The
Detroit bivctiall management havo
siguod Pitcher O'Day, of the Ravau
nali club. Tho signing of Gillon on
Saturday gives ruoio catchers than
needed, and Decker will be released.
Nt. Louie e. ClncinuMll.
St. Loins, Mo,, August 30 Irjcin, a
Btrargur to the St. lyjuis public, was
put in the box for the Cincinnatis to
(Uy and did fairly well. The frowns
won af;er a long and tedious game.
Caruthers was hit in the breast by a
bill from Corkhill's bat in the seventh
inning and wont to right field, Foil a
lakirg h's place. Botn did effective
work. Pontz's hit in the right field
sen's enabled that player to make the
circuit and score a home run. Carpen
ter, McPiiee and Robinson made bril
liant stops. There were about 2000 in
attendance. Score: BrownV, 10; Cin
cinnati, 3. Earned runs Browns, 3.
Two base hi's Latham. Home rans
FonU, Total hues on hits Browns,
14; Cincinnati, 6. Umpire, Kelly.
Alhletlm vs. ibe Mete.
Naw Yon it, August 30. At Staten
Island today the AthUtios defeated
tha Metropolitans in a one aided game:
Score: Athletics, 6; Metropolitans, 1.
Karned runs none. Three has hit
Larkin, Coleman. Two base hits Mil
llgen. Bane Mu-Athletics, 10; Metro
polians, 4. Errom-Athleties, 6; Met
ropolitans, 2. Umpire Valentine.
HaoiMta Oily va. Malseaala.
K a us as CiTir, Mo., August 3a The
Nationals won their first game of tbe
season from Kansas City today, and
did it by superior p'oylng all round.
The visitors' work waa character' aed
by some eivptional'y brilliant field
ing. Score: Kansas City; 2; Wash
ington, 6. Summary : Earned runs
Kanrari City, 2: Wssbing-on, 3. Base
hlta Radford, Rowe. McGaery,Hines,
Koowles. Hayta and Farrell. Pitch
era Whitney and Shaw. Umpire
Bnltlmore va. Brooklyn.
Baltikobb, Md., Angnst 30. Tbe
Brooklyns won toilay, owing partly to
bad nmpiring. Scon Baltimore, 2;
Brooklyn, 3. Two base bit Phillip.
Base hits Ba'timore, 4; Brooklyn, 3.
Errors Baltimore, 8; Brooklyn, 4.
Umpire Kleibacher.
Detroit vs. Doalea.
DrritoiT, Muh., August 30. Tbe
home team could not pioce tbe ball
safely today, and the vis tors had the
game their own way after tbe fourth
inning. Conwav's support wai excel
lent, while the fielding of the Bostons
was rather loo e. Johnston citight
teveral difficult flies, and Hornut.g
captured a liner from Rx-hardson'd
bit tt at kr.o kd Lim d"wc. Scoie
Detrolr, 2; Ronton, 6. Earned ruas
Boston, 4 Two bBj bita-Rowe,
Sutton, Wi-e, Johnston. Base hit
Detroit, 2; Jloitt n 10. Errors -D
troit, 0; Boston, 8. Umpire Qaest,
Tbleaa v. Philadelphia.
CdiCAOo, Aug mt 30. The Chios goa
won the game in the first two innlnga
and nearly lost in the last two bv the
poorest sort of p ay possible. They
Dilsd id fosr erioia that sin aha via.
ltora ill luaa. Tha Philadelphia
failed to bit Clarkson until tha eighth
inning, and then they got all their bits
in. There were no brilliant plays
made. Score: Chicago, 13; Phila
delphia, 10. Earned runs Chiragol
4; Philadelphia,!. Home runs I'faf.
for, Daily. Three base hit--Fiynn.
Two base hit Cosck and Burn.
Pitchers Oasey and Clarkson. Base
hits Ch!cg 13; Philadelphia, 7.
K-rors. Chicago, 13; Philadelphia 12.
Umpire Powers.
The Maroaas Pounded.
Sr. Louis, Mo., Auguet SO. The
Maroons pounded Welch hard and by
bunching their hits, assisted by erro-s,
the giants at critical points won a well
earned victory over New York today.
The game was marked by generally
excellent work on the par', cf tbe
Maroons, the p'tchirtg of Kirby being
e'pcinlly fine. He was splmdidly
supported by Myers end proved' a
puizler to the g'ants. McKinnon, by
a magnificent drive over the left field
(-nee, made a borne run, sending
Kirbv home before him. Score:
St. Lonis, 7 j New York, 3. Earned
runs St. Lou's, 2. Two bafe hits
Kirby, Cahill, Conner. Home run
McKinnon. Total bases on hits St.
Louis, 18; New York, !). Umpire
lion ry Boy'o.
Ituaeball Noire.
Thomas J. Gilleu. catcher of (ho
Stvannah litsebU Club, has been
signed by the Detroit management.
Brooklyn Jockey t'Inb llaciw.
Gravehhni. N. Y . Anoiitt M. Tli
flrat, ruin nr. Lhn Brooklvn Jonkev Chili
today mis for iiM nges. eeven fur'ong!.
Barnum won by ball a length ; Santa
R'ta stcoud, Pon'iac third. Time
1 :3l.
SiennJ Rue. Mile and an nluhth.
Gleaner wou by n length and Tiilf ;
Fitrence M. second. Tornado third.
Time 1 :5!1
intra titic t ue mue una it qnurtrr.
Precimt won by two lengths; D.-w-drop
second, J im Gray third. Time
Fourth iJnc. r or two year olds.
three-quaitors of a mile. Biesin June
won by a length and n half ; lonolon
seo'ini, Aliny third, 'lime 1 :!tij.
fifth Jiaee. Mile and a qua tt".
M IIm won by it lengtti; Exile second,
Jfiiiwner tnirj. itmt::u.
S! rli litir Vhr nil aitan. aAvnn-
eigl'iis of a milo. Ma sh U d in won
bv half a lenuth: Calcr second. Prin
cess third. Titno 1:31).
Brighton llearb Has-fHa.
BHiunTow Bkach, N Y., August 30.
First Hact Three fouiths of a mile.
Fanatic won by a length ; Ventilation
Bocund, Melton third. Time-l:18.
Ce-rt Ucts paid $.r)3
Second Kaat. One mile. Compen-
ratirnwonby half a head; Marina-
duke aa'ond, Kjyal ttiTd. Time
1 :4tl, Certifioatea paid 156 10.
Third MmcOiw mile. Ramlat
won by a length ; Ballot second. Peter
L. waa di'qna'ified for tliird btoanm
ol a fool with Daisy. Tinie 1:45.
Ce-tiflcates paid 140 U6.
Fuurth Race. Seven furlongs. Harry
Rn a 11 won by a length: Joe Morray
aoeon d, Nlmrod third. Time 1 :31.
Fifth Auos Three-fourths of a mile.
Red Birk won by a length; Leonora
tf ond, Treasurer third. Tims 1 :16.
Sixth Rux.He and a quaiter. over
fiv hurdles. Burr Oak won by a
lenuth; Mentmofe second, Ru bbroak
thiri. Time 2:11)4.
Wl I Take tbe Oath of Ills OOlcc
Thle Moralnar.
' The cfflce of United Statos Maralial
for the Western D.stiictof Tenneseeo
is ill cd at last. Judge Hammond yes
tnlay morning announced the de-
cs'nn of the JuiUis, and said be
w uld bn ready to swear in Dr.
TliiiiniiB B. Yancey es Marshal as soon
as he should appoarwith bin sureties
en l qunl f acoirdiiig to law. Dr.
Y ' coy ha? been notified of the (le
cithin, and i'. is expected that be will
sppar and qualify and take posses
sion of his office today. The follow
i' g is ths tuhitaaceof Judge Ham.
ino d's opinion, and indicaUs the
reeBiiis wl.i.'h actuated him in the de
teruiina'ioo to qualify Yancey,
wh ther his a, pulntiuvnt be valid or
InroVanooy; Application to bo quulidod as
1. A Ithonah the vacancy first liap-
priioddn-ing ft s rt inn of the Senate, if
It continue to exist during tne suDt-e-qnent
reco s, the President has the
power to fill it np, under the Consti
tution. Per Wood, Circuit Justice;
Jgcliain, Circuit Judgo, contra. Ham
mond, District Judge, dnnhting.
2. But whether tbe Preeilduot have
tbe power or not, whenever an appli
cant appears with a commUsion frjm
ths Prtsident, under the great seal of
the United H ates, appointing him a
Marshul to fill such a virancy, it ia
the doty of the District J ndge to take
h's liond and administer tbe oath of
office, wilhont regard to any qneation
of tha President's power in the prem
ises. If not a purely ministetial dnty,
it la not a Judicial function that tbe
Judge perform!, and he cannot with
hold qnaliakation becanso of any views
be might entertain of the proper con
struction of the ooae-itntion. Tho
commission and sea! impart, prima
facie, a right to be qualified, and be
yond that tbe Judjre will Institute no
inqu ry whether objection be made or
Byaa Bsnloaloa of Plra llama la a
Pennsylvania III nr.
Scsantox, Pa., August 30. A terri
ble explosion of fire damp occurred in
Ibe Fair Itwn oolllery ibi-t morning
which resulted ia the death of five
men. Two other.) were Nsriously in
jured. CoNBrrirATioii, the curse of our seden
tary life, Dyspepsia, our national dis
ease, and Rheumatism, which oomos
from B' id stomach and from the sud
den changes in our c'imate, are qniokly
curbed by taking one or two Brand
rith's Pills every night for a month.
IV rams are now living enjoying the
most vigorous health, who Lave taken
one of these, l'il's a night for over
thirty year. Chronio diseases are
cured by taking from two to four of
Brandreth's Pills every night for a
month. Thny purge awy the old
d Siiasod body. This you replace with
new and healthy flush prepared by an
invigorated dmestion from simple,
healthful food.
Ailfk'O to Mother).
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrup'
should always bo used wben children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
suflcrers at once ; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as ''bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothe the
child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulate the
bowels, and is the beet known roraody
for diarrhoea, whether arising from
teething or other MUtoa. Twenty,
flra ee-ta a bottle.
He Knocks Aside One and Powel the
Other-Probably Fatal
Deputy Sheriff John Powel, by an
opportune movement of his right band,
saved a lifo about luppar time yester
day evening. A few minutes before
Alfx. McCone, a gabbler, and Billy
Ldwnrds, n livery tUb!e keeper.mulkeu.
into Mancini's saloon, on Malison
street between Main and second, and
took two or throe drinks together at
the bar. They wire in good spirits
aad exceedingly friendly in Ih irman
per to i ath other There wss nothing'
in their convers ion to induiit that
either cherished the BliRhttst ill feel
ing toward tho o her. Growing tired
of Btandinn tf.ev nn'ku.l im.-, n, i...l-
J , iC URCft
room f the sdeoti and eat down.
oiioruy siterwavi t!irn m-M a noise of
loud taikinir. followi-il bv rim .i .t
a pittol tho', and two or three pe.sjns
who weres'.endinirattbe bar rusheif
buk to tee what tin mater win. As
Mr. Powel retched the donr he. f uud
Edwan's stint! ng with a clmir up
raised and MtCuno In the ait of litipga
second lime, the weapon poitued ai
rcctlv at Howards and o close that he
could not have missed him. Making
a rapid upward blow whh his band
Powel knocked the weapon up, the
ballet passing over K lwards's head,
crashing through theco.nercf a pict
ore which bung ovor t ie mantel and
borylnjr itself in the wall behind it.
Before McCnnn bml timn tn Am tMr.l
tune Kdwsrds, who appears ti have
nroii won nueu, escaped outol tlielront
doir. Mediae ami Rdwanls were
hi th arraied. The la'trr was charged
with ciinnnli rlv rnnilmt anil rj'Aiau,l
on his own recogu'tance, and McCnre
o iinu im a cnsrgeui Bnooiirg witn
intent to kill. K I wards fttvs the dilli
cuity grow out of Kimet ilk aNmt a
woman. whusH nsnin Im il.i'Ur,.. ha
do?s not reniember. MnCiine
alluded to her, remarking
to Edwarls that ihe isr d
nutliing about him. Kdwa'ds replied
that hi guesied she cured about as
munh for him as elm did for Mcl'uric,
and the latter springing 1 1 li s feet pre
mintula pistol. He giahhed a chair
and kuocktid itt i oim litle, h ball
passing out of the window. The next
thing he know the renin was fu'l of
people, ami atiolhnr shot wes lird.
Soaiehody inteif-rod at the n.ouien'.
McCnne deulined to make any s ate
ment boyund the rema k that it was
alia drunken row.
Nerlnne nillna A (Tray.
Hardly b 1 Medina and Kdard
linen lodged in the Station House
when a repcrt of a cutting sciape
near the crowing of the Hernando
riad and Broadway was mad?. It'
appears that a daiky named Sam Loss
and his wife were engaged In a gen
eral war with some other darkies
when Frank Burnett, a'aj colored, in
terfered, attemp'.ing to make peace)
Ivetwoen them. Lies sprang upon
him with hit knifo, striking the blade
deep into his breast just above the
right nipple, lie will probab'y die.
Wben tbe police reached tbe scene
they were informed that Less bad
been turned over to some white man.
N. B. Johnston and wife to W. J.
Crawford, trustee, to secure Mrs.
Catharine Thompson in the sum of
tWiO, lot on north side Madison
slrset, near Orleans.
Sam Isler and wife toC. A. Wood
ruff, trastee, ti secure Overton A
Orosvennr in the sum of $'200, lot No.
'20 Shepherd & Moore subdivision.
21x110 foot.
Jerry Woods to P. It. Fields, ten
acres in Sixth Civil District, for $130.
Frlglitrul Art ldenf.
St. Taiil, Mink., August 30. A
Pioneer Frew Hank Center Bprc'al siys:
Three young latllni were croesing a
trestle work near hore this aflsrnoon
when the Manitoba east boar d train
came along. Th y lostiheir presence
of mind and became perfectly fiantic.
They started back but the engine waa
too close to bs reversed. Mis Allen.
18 veers old, was instantly killed and
horribly mangled. Miss F aven was
severely injured. Her Bister escaped
unhurt by jumping into the water but
was nnnniiscloui for several hours
from fright.
Anierlran Olsllllrre.
CnirAOO, III., Angust 30 The dis
tillers who have boen interested ia the
formation of the American Purchasing
and Leasing Company, which Includes
all of the distillers north of tho Ohio,
stale that the new company will
formally begin operations September
1st Iu accordance with the action
taken at the Cincinnati meeting, Pres
ident Miller has issued s circular an
nouncing the expnlsion of the Ne
braska Cily Distilling Company from
the Western Kxport Association. It
has been decided tJ increase the run
ning capacity of distilleries from '23 to
83J per cent.
Even If Tea Bay a Deaea
oomraon porous plasters whioh Tua oan tot
for a sons at anr nf the Ubeai Jnhu drug
gluts you have merelr thrown sr roar
tnonar, for one Benson's Capi-ine I'laster ia
worth them all. Tbe reason ia etils : lien
son's Is the only porous plaster in the market
that is honestls and skillfully made and sol
entiOoallr medicated Others are no mora
than nominal imitations of Demon's. Tbey
are cheap because tboy possess none ot the
lmredients which render lienion's valua
ble. The latter are prompt to act, pleas
ant to wear, and oure in a few huura ail
menta whioh others will not ersn relieve.
The iiubl I o are especially warned areinit ao
oalled "t'sinioln," "Capsicum, " Capo
eiii," or "Capsielne " plasters, as worthies
articles Intended to deceive. Ask tor Ben
son's, and look for the " Three Seals" trade
mark and the ward "Capolne" out in tha
a. v. Toor
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
(Arres Block)
New and Litest Styles Mock. New
Type, New Machinery.
Prices us loir as anywhere, North
or East.
Increased facilities for doing all'
Mnda UthoBTHiihlng.
Office, 596 Mala Street,
First Door South of Bnslnehoase,
aar6iriet attention fires to all buiinosa ln -
raiHd to kif (are.

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