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(Sncceasor to
is In receipt of a larger,
and OYERCO-TIXGS. (all
tions.) than was ever shown
stock comprises the choicest
and most durable goods In gentlemen's wear.
t&" Samples and Prices on application to those
who have left measure.
rounded Hill, Arkansas, the best cotton
region in that State, eighty-Are miles rrom
Memphis and ftv mi'ee from Little Rook,
on the M. and L. R. K K. Apply to
No. 11 ADAMS Memphis Tenn.
Alio, several Stoek Ranches in ttrini
Prairie. Arkana.
COW Cream or drab eolored resembles
J the JerteT; wide borne; white faoe.
Return to 212 Front Row and receive reward.
HORSE From 126 Beale itreet, on Satur
day, August Vt-th, a Hint aorrel horse,
white in face. A liberal reward for his re
turn to MRq I). H A ACK. 12ft Besle.
TI1R lea'e end fixtures of the St. El-o
Hotel, Me-idiun, Miss, Twenty-five
commodious rooms, within three minutes
i k of the Union Depot; larire simple
room on the street next door; now doing a
rood business and potiular. Can be had at a
bargain if vpp'ied lor within the next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Eltnire, iroprietor,
Meridian, Miss.
C tOWS-Two Jer.ev Cows, a Haifar and
J Horss. I will sell at F. A. Jones k Cn.'s
EtaVes, on Monroe street, without reterve ,
at 12 o'clock m ., on T uesday, September 21it,
two Jersey Cows, giving milk and in calf:
also, a heifer. All pure and thoroughbred
and of the best families.
Also, privately, my Bay Buggy Horse,
Terms cash, or sixty days' city acjptar ccc.
A. 8. WHIT fcO HI)
OKSE Cheap; fine, large, very stvltsh
and speeny; satolor a taay. do main.
TIN Lot of tin, suitable for rcofl.no; Also
alurgelcebox. At Oahay's.4'i9 nhelhy.
story brick house, largo ihtdy grounds
of about eight acres, susoeptible of being
subdivided and sold off in lots.
145 ACRES, 2 miles southeast of city on
paved road; creek running through the
place ; would make a fine stock or dairy
"DESIRABLE LOT, with railroad switch
front of 127leet; would be desirable loca
tion for mann.'aotory or coal yard.
U. L. GUIOM, 19 Madison street.
RETAIL GROCERY Doing good busi
ness; reasons for se'linc given. Apply
to P. MoCADPBN & VP.
OLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low
enstein A Bros.'; must be removed at once.
Apply to JOHN REID, Builder.
NEAT COTTAGE Of six rooms, and lot
200x44, 64 Dean avenue. Inquire on
premises w
CHEAP-One seeond hand ROCK AWAY,
nearly as good as new, at 103 Uni' n st
DRUG SI ORE 76 Charleston evenoe; do
ing a first class prescription and drug
business. Good reasons for selling. Apply
at V'i Linden street.
One Dining-room Set,
One Kitchen 6et,
with possession of house at once,
PUPPIE9-By "Oath's Mark " out of
MaComb'a ''Katie." For price and ex
tended pedigree, addreie
THOS. OHGILL. Bonds, Tenn.
W. R. LARttlN. Larklnsvllle, Ala.
B OILER-50-H. P. lo'ler. tested to 160 lbs.
wutor pressure, willeeli ohean Apply
one thoroughbred Running Horse; fee
120. One Trotting Horse; feo. $10. One.ler
iey Bull: fee, S2.50 Foe Hti.e-SO Horses,
3 Milch Cows, 15 head Butcher Cuttle Pea
cocks and Newfou-riland Pups. Horses on
pasture, $5 per month ; Texas horses. Ills ner
day. Telephone JOSEPH liUHNKY, B.S2.
UPRIGHT PIANO-Oood as new, cheap
lor cash; orwill exchange for board.
Address K Appeal office.
O0MS Well furnished room, No. 81
Linden itreot.
OOMS Two very desirable froit rooms,
furnttheu, nt 142 Madison street.
URNlbHED HOUSE 434 Vance street.
Arplv on promise.
2 t OOMS And kitchen at No. S3 Third
street. Apply on premises. .
TURKIC ROOMS At 111 Washington street
References givn and required.
HOUSE Corner Thornton and Alabama
streets, newly painted, in good repair;
ten rooms, cellar, two good oisterns, desira
able front and back yards; nn lino of street
cars. James McNimara. S3 Robeson St.
TWO NEW POTTAGES Four room, Nos.
214 and 216 Elliott street, noar Desoto.
Appto MR. T. McNULTY.
Corner El'yptt and Desoto streets
ROOMS One large front room, with small
room and large closet adjoining, unfur
nished, at 3fiH Vance street.
ROOMS Two furnifhed or unfurnished
rooms at 40 Madison street.
ton Exchange Building, single or in
suits, nn very reasonable terms. Building
heated thoroughly by steam. Elevator run
ning from b'sement to attit. Apply to
HENRY HOTTER, Secretary.
RESIDENCE-342 Vance street.
Apply a' 334 Vance street.
XV L. B. EATON. 12 Madison st.
OOM Hicely furnished front room, good
locality, at oauonrt street.
E LEG ANTI newly furnished rooms, bath
room , etOjqulreyOSoursJreeU
OTTAGK No. 422 Court street extended.
Apply at 218 Main street.
STOREHOUSE Occupied by Degnan A
Co., No. 2u7 Main street, " Lee Block."
Inquire at No. 4 Madison street.
RESIDENCE From Oct. 1st, elegant brick
residence, " o. 108 Washington st. Fur
terms apply to No. 718 Main street.
STOREHOUSES The three new first-class
Storehouses on Shelby street, next north
of the Gayoso Hotel. Terms reasonable.
5S Madison street.
HOTBL-The Stonewall Hotel and Kail
.road Eating House at Grand Junction,
Tenn. Apply to J. S Day. Receiver. Nos.
JfiO and 302 Front street, Memphis, Tenn.
Possession given immediately.
NO. 106 MAIN STREET-OpposiUi the
Court House. Having a front on Man
and one on Popiar street renders this prop
erty very desirable. Call on
JAMES LEK. Jr.. No. 4 Madi
son at.
HOUSES On and near Walker avenge,
on Elrawood streetcar line, fron the
1st September, several houses, from two to
eight rooms, in good repair. A poly at. 30
Union arreet. JOS. LhNOW.
CHOICE" OFFICES On Second storyoo
cupied for many years by Dr J. W. Nel
son, dentist, corner Union and Main streets.
Also, suitable SLEEPING ROOMS above.
Apply at 38 Union street. JOS. LENOW.
DESIRABLE ROOMS-Snitable for light
housekeeping, N.cor. 6ec'nd and Market
STOREHOUSE From 1-t September, one
four-story Main street storehouse.
LARGE STORE First fleor and cellar,
with side and rear entrances, Nos. X.3
and 305 Main street. Possession October 1st.
or ooner, ii required.
Offices, No. 2Stl Second st.
Kooms for light housekeeping. Ho 376 Pop
lar street, over drug store. A'plv to
3S Mndieon street.
J? street; eotton-room and office; terms
moderate. Apply to ..
CUSiJ No. lti! Robinson street. 6 rooojs,
in good repair, eood cistern water.
M ERS ar 6NKKD, Mill Second St.
FFICES The desirable front offices on
' second floor of 42 Madison street, adjoin-
jneCotton Exchange. MENKEN & ' O.
FURNISHED ROOMS-Atofl Monro it.,
one square from Feabody Hotel.
more varied and better se
this season's Importa
In this market. The
designs, finest textures
Bly to an artiole which appeared in th
lemphis Avalanche en the 20th of August,
otitioisingXmy attitude In respect to the
Congressional canvass, I published a eard in
which I substantially stated in answer to
the solicitation of friends that I was not a
nanriirinfji for Cnmrrefls. and that I would not
embarrass my friends nor obtrude myself
on the oouncils ot the Democratic party, but
would make the canvass if I believed the
wish was general for mo to do so. Since
then I have been very generally requested
from ail parts of the distriot to beO'ime a
candidate, and I, therefore, annoance my
eantidacy, subjeot to the action of the Dem-
ooratio Convention. . .
For the (ieeats,
rnHE APPEAL Is authorised to announce
1 HUGH i,. BUI..KLKY as a candidate
for the btite Senate, subject to the Demo'
cratic Convention.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of tho Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone wt. imia. fUHciam,
f OAT feme to Planters' Insurance
VJT Building Sunday night. Owner can
hive same b, paying for this advertisement.
pee .fnnitor.
At 49 Market street.
T. JAMES HOUSE-58 Adams stroet.
Board and lodging, 15; day board. 51.
ELIGIBLE ROOMS-With superior board,
two bbcfca trom Gayoso Hotel. 4n3Shclby
TXESIRABLE Rooms, lurnished or unlur-
U nished, single or in suite, with board, at
Ti Madison street.
NICE R00!3-With or without board,
133 ADAMS oT.
nKAIiTIFIIL front rooms, sinsle or eo
D suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
without board; otaerrooms, 104-10b C'omtst.
0')S With or without board; terms
reasonable. 140 MADISON ST,
OOOMS-Om large front room with bal
JTv cony and one large back room with
larg dressing-rcoin, and others as good as
oan o louno in in ouy.
OOM Furnished room, with or without
bonrD. at 11H :onrt street.
"DOOMS Nicely lurnished front rooms. C
Apply at th's office.
QCRAP IRON A quantity of stove plate,
machinery, scrap Iron and old ear wneeis,
St. Louis Malleable Iron Co., St. Louis, Mo
rlOOK Frrst-oltf s eook and chambermaid,
colored. Aopiy at i.-.b ftiaoisoo est
OTTSE A houe eonsisting of G or
rooms, within a few moments' walk
from Pea body Hotel. Good locality required.
Answer Mrs T., Nn. V union street
ClALESMEN Can add Alline: small sam
O ple; one 'gent earned &H0O, several
over VI tin, in into, r. ') nox in i, in
AY BOARD In exchange foe music les
sons. Adores wn hi otnee
A ( NO. 1 COOPKKS To make iron lioumt
Wj hp.rrns! eood wazes and Btendv work
fireiiht months. Apply at the Aine ican
Cooperage orits, corner reters and monte'
gilt stro ; ti. New Orleans. La
PL) I l'lON A competent aud experienced
person wants a position as manager or
assistant on cotton pieniaton or stock larm.
Address M., 57 Lindoo street.
A MAN To take an office and represent a
XI manufacturer; SoO per woek; small
capital roquired. Aodrcss, with stamp,
Box 70, W9't Acton, Mass.
IMMEDIATELY Putohnser tor store fix
tures, Including sholves, oounter, show
cases, etc. ; can be seen at No 2H0 Second
street. .apply at jo. eu ueoie ei.
.VKRV ItilL) V To coll and see the eels
Xli b ated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
ftreet, near Poplar
j ployment the year round. Apply to
1. JluTphy, Jackson, lenn.
TOY An intelligent ofli .eboy, Irom 16 to
JLJ J7 years old, who can oomo well recom
mended. Apply at liKi Adams street.
mi) iior.uW
X Nine hundred dollars, nn good real es
tate. Address ! ., tnis ollice,
C3ALESMEN In every btate in the o ion
O torei.resent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
3psci.ii.tih8 that&re popular and easy sell
ing. Can be hnndlod alone or in connection
with other goods. Addross x ti K WM. ii,
1 Ann LBS. FFiATUERS Hiihest oash
I V7 'V pnee paid hy ttApA Y, Memphis.
next thirty days tor Si oo.
243 Main sreet.
LD GOLD A SILVER-Forcash or ex
change MULFOKl). .lew er, 24 Man
d Larjdvnidct et ox (o Kate Fo
tnr y, lot 3, !Tuke subdivision, 44 feet
front on lt)jau avenue, nrtbe sum ot
Shelbjr couotv to Wm L McL'nn
et si., school dirrctoH Fifth District.
lots 18 and 17 of Carnes's subdivision,
zuu wet on uarnes a avenue; no coq
Cincinnati, September 14. Nieht
River 4 feet $ incbes on the gauge and
stationary. Weather clear and pleas
New Orleans, September 14. Night
Arrived: future tiity and harpe"
Rf.. linla HMrmrtffl CM.v nf Van Or.
leans, Future City and barges, St.
Loui8v:llb, September 14. Niirht
River falliuK, wivh 3 feet 4 iDcbes in
the canal and 1 foot 2 inches on the
falls). Buninebs du'.l. Weather clear
and plea-ant.
Oaibo, September 14. Night River
0 feet ll.inches on the Rsnw;e and fall
ing, weather clear and cool. NoarriV'
am ot regular packets. Uepartod: John
Oilmore and barges, New Orleans, 1
Point Brsfts Park Rneea.
Phil a Delphi a, Pa Eeolember 14-
Racing st Point Breeaa Park :
FirH Race. rbree-quartnrs of a mile.
wettie woo by a length; Font s:cond
uui fcterutr ttitrd lime 1 :16.
Second Race Seven-sighths of
mile. Lord Lome won by a neck;
Sist?r eecoad, Tunis third. Time
Third Race. Mile and one-sixteen1 h,
for three year old?. Retlej won by a
neck ; Ben Pryor second, Alamo third.
Time 1:52.
Fourth Race Mile and cnc-s!gLtb,
selling allosancss. Kensington won
by a half length; Lord Lome second,
WoodH iwer tbird. Time 1 :68.
Fifth ltai-t. Mild and ore-eighth,
ovar hurdles. Rushhrook wm by a
length; H-.chestr escond, Bobeme
th'ri. Time 2;0s. (
Col. Patterson Defeated in Ills Own
Bailiwick The Legislative
Lone before the time for c'osing the
polls yesterday evening it was plainly
apparent that the primaries had been
cairied by the friends of Mr. James
Pbelan. The voting began at 6 o'clock
and clo ed at 8, and considerable in
terest was taken in the selection of
delegate) to the Congressional Con
vention, which meets nxt Friday,
though there was no fight of any con
sequence over delegates to the Legisla
tive ujnvni oa, wnicn convenes on
the 23d. One set of names usually
carried the other with it In every
ward in the city those woo were un
derstood to ba in favor cf the nomina
tion of Mr. Fhelan were elected. Their
opponents, when any figSt st all was
made, were nieraiiy suowea ut uar.
The largest vote was cast in the Third,
where 6t5 voted the Fhelan ticket,
only 97 depositing in the box the
camei of tho e who were un
derstood to be for Cil. Pat
terson. In the Second Ward about
300 votes were cast, hve to one for
Phelsn. In the Fourth Ward tht-re
was but one ticket, and though, the
delegates electud dor't Bay mnch they
dclre that tev ere keeping np a
'dev lof a thinking." In the F.fih
and Sixth therranr.ty for Phelnn wa
also Urge, and in ttie Seventh, Col.
Peterson's own wrd, thf.t gentleman
suffered a very hutuilialiug defeat.
His opponent e ticket wts chosen by a
vote of 191 to 74. In the Fahth
Ward 211 vcttd the Pcelan t'oki t and
33 that which would bave b en lor
Col. I'at'eisnn. la the Ninth and
Tei.ta Mr. Fhelan had no oppmi
tion to amount to anything. The
country d Ktricia, as fiir as heard from
lit th's writing, are also for Mr. Phelun
As he baa nearly the whole of Tipton
and Fayette counties and half of Har
deman, his nomination looks like a
fo.egone conclusion.
riRsr warm.
Coti7rMtona. Walter L twlesa, F. J.
McCaithy and John J. Shea.
Legitlativt. Tom McKeoo, John
Laraio. Louis Hambucet'.i, Tnoms
8 antoo, A. W. Higgins, James Walsh
and P. J. BannoD.
Congremonol. Wm. Ryan, Wm.
Qtiun, Waddy Burke, Mike Maddan,
Winn ( annon and Liu is Kettmann.
Lcaidative. John E. Randle. Tom
Taylor, L9W Imes, Harry Goodyear,
Jonn r-avage, Wm. Ehea, Joseph Lat-
ting, Jim Curry, Jack Uonno'S. Harry
Walker, John Powel and M. Kelly.
Congretslonal. Napoleon Hil', J. J.
Birry, Ralph Davis, J. J. DaflV, John
Leslie. F. W. Moews, R. Kupfer-
icbmidt. Frank Jlley, Louis Genoubio
and J. W. Ua ley.
Ltgidative. Hugh A.Hsmi'ton, J. J.
Dupuy, P. J. Kelly, Victor D. Fuohs,
John Leslie, B. Vaccaro, II Bu tan
burtr, M. Wo.f, Wm. Grovee, Antonio
Raggto, Walter Pops, J. Algeo, Frank
Masonie, E. Converse, Frank Jnllev,
J J. Barry, J. II. Wright, F. W.
Moetrs, P. E. Hopkins and Simon
CongrcMimal. E. C. Buchana",
N t k Ma atuetH, W. A. Fairs, Brn D.
MA-ch, William McLean, E. J. Bid -utile,
It. O. Fiatb.er.toii,PatEgau aud
M. J. Blessing.
Lfotsltitti. lit o;rt V Knne, V. r.
. .,1, rT TT T.- l
.lumca P .T..nna Tt O PpatVifiratnn M
Morris, Charles Mevew, M. j. Blessing,
Albert McGhae, Put Twohig, E. J.
Badinelle, P. J. Qiiinn, Na h. Bich,
Jules Christian and Alf. Lsmbert.
Cw.rcssionalG. II. Battier, El.
Cnnny and O. N. .M. Smith.
Lditlative, A. R ja, Chv. Bitter,
Tom Kelly. C. L. Pnllen, Own
O'Tonle, J. T. Lawler. F- Miylen, El.
Canny and C. H. M. Smith.
Coti;;rst'onn!, John K Speed, E. A.
Thnrton, Robert Lee and J. T. Jol
ftrBon. LfijMalht.- 3. W. Alley, Ji hn Brad
ley, John Merglo, John Fishur, Sara
Hay, A. Garibaldi, F. S. B shop, W.
II. Brjadus and Stack Lee.
Congretsional J. E. Rtasley, S. T.
Carnes and E. F. Adame.
Legiilative.J. T. Petti t, W. L. C.'app,
Heudoreon Bard, W. H. Moore, A. J.
McLsndon and Harry Johnson.
Qmgrtmonal. No'an F ntaioe,John
Conners, Julius Bebr, W. D. Cannon
and A. D. Allen.
Ltgitlalive. H. N. Burford, Macon
Trezevant. Hugh Frrin, John McCal
lum, Con Dwyer, John Grehan, Din
Harvey, Ben Seelig, Dan Shea and
Robt. Gallowsy.
Congrmional L. D. Qiaat and A,
P. Haydt-n.
Ijegii'alive.W. 3. Chase, Pat Carlin,
Tony Wagner and E. O. Love.
Congremonal Frank Diif, Wm,
Dugau, Fri-d Nuetzel.
Legislative 3 . A. Ktrehl, S eve Filz
geraid, J. N. Smith, Wm. Davis, Chae.
Jehl, Thos. Boyle, Ed Jourdsn.
Not Violated Nnme Htrlrlore by
the Late Ornnd Jurj.
In looking over the recent r?p-.rt of
the special giand jury, of which a mere
synopsis was made at the time, an Ap
p'bal man found mveral paragrsphs
devoted by one of tbe subcommittees
to tbe practice on the pirt of the Tax
ing D strict cflicials of diverting pait
of the money from one fund for the
ose of another. The law provides that
in no case shall a warrant be
drawn for tbe payment of the
expenses of aoy department of the
government unlsss an amount suffi
cient to cover the warrant eball be in
the hands of the Tiustee to the cred t
of that department. Thus, if there is
money to tbe credit of tbe whsrf fund,
and for wh'ch there is no immediate
u e, and the police fund is exhausted
the polite mnet be diBcbarod, because
it is the cardinal principle ot the law
treaticg the Taxing Dietrict that it
must pay cah as it goes, and cannot
run into debt. The psnal'y fixed is
severe, and the commissioner who so
dive:ts money from one fund to an
other is not 'only individually liabla
for the amount, bu1. npon convictioa
most pat on a s.tipeJ suit for two
veas The commissioners wereawar's
before this report was made of t'ie
law to which attention ba? been called,
but knew that if it wai enforced the
Hurt, WilLam McLean, Henty Luebr
manr, Ben D. Varch, Chtules Chicoi,
wheels of the government wou'd cot
only have bsen clogged, but would
have been stopped ent iely if the strict
letter of the law bad been complied
with. Ia borrowing from one fund for
the use of another, they do cot con
sider that tbe ep'rit of the law has
been violated, and the commiitee in
closing its report does them the j on' ice
to say that every dollar expended has
been accounted for, and that in their
opinion it could not have been more
economically used.
Bonds to tbe Amount, of 1,000 000
Important Deri. ion-Oravel
Bed PurcbMO.
Columbi's, Miss., Ssptember 14.
The Mobile and Ohio railroad today
purchased a Urge gravel bed in the
suburbs of Columbus and will at once
place improved machinery to work and
make all arrangements to handle it in
larpe quantities. This is the only
available gtavel on their line of road.
Ilenvy foreclosure Knit.
Clivelskd, 0., September 14. The
tria1 of the great three cornered Nit k el
Plate foreclosure suit wai beun iu the
Common Picas Court here tiday.
Mi, lions of dollars sre involve! in the
case. The validity of the fl st mort
gage bonds, amounting to $1(1,00.1, COO,
represented by the Ceatr-1 Trust
Ooini ar.y ot Ne York, is attJiked by
various defendant creditors of the
rrad, on the ground that tbe Nickel
P ate raiiroad, which claims to be a
consolid.tted corporation composed of
live scpara'o por'ions, never became
prcp?rly cr lnwfully consolidated in
8it2h corporation; lhaf the fan's and
condition of things exist ng did not
autLorize it ; that no law autboiiz'd
the consolidate cf a company in this
Sta'e with companies not adjoining,
and that the allegt-d corporation there
fore had no power to make the mor:
gage. It Is also claimod by contest
ants that the mortgage was fraudulent,
and that a large amount of tbe bonds
eecurjd thereby were issued to mem
bers of tbe syndicate, whn forrmd a
pool io construct the road with-ut
consideration, and tbat tbe road never
received one third in value of the
amomt of tbe b.'nda, stock and p'B
ferred s'ocks isiutd to the members cf
said syndicate. All the charges are
c.nt'oveitad on b: half of tbe bond
holders. A defense veiy limilar to that ah we
is als) set up as U the $10 0,10,000
mortgage rei reeen'ed b the Union
Trost Company of New York. Taere
is also involved in the Cass a contro
versy amounting to several million of
dollars, on tbe claim of Sh ether and
McGonrkey that they, as trustees, are
the owners of all equipments in use
on the road. Their claims that tin
sale cf all these things to the road
was merely a onditional sale and
never paid for, and that tbev are en
titled to take tbem and have large
compensation for their u;e, ate all
ui ,ro or less coatroveited by other
parties, and a la'ge portion of toe
equipments is claimed under the
mortgage by tbe trus ei on behalf
of tbe va Sous botd' older?. In ad
dition to tnese, there are numerous
o her issues. The Lake Shrr Railroad
Company is claiming on a judgment of
ahout S 00,000, and Hollins & Co. for
abou 2,( O.'.OOO m re, aid both clnlm
that theentiie p operty should be sold
and tae proceeds equally divided
among a'l the craditors f,f t1 e road,
legardles of the question of thu
mortgages, wbici they seek lo have
declai ed nu 1 and void, Tho vxii ms
ii.t.'ieitit in the suit are represented
hy prominent stt irneys c,f New York,
Cinciinut1, Dottoit aud this city. To
day wai taken up by tho rea lirg of
dep-s:tional t:s'.im.ny is lo tbe iBsue
of the blinds.
Important IircM'ou.
Tora k a, Kas, September 14. lo
the United S:a.i'S Court tho opinion of
Judt-'e Brewer was fl ed this morning
in a case of greit importance, in
volving the powers of the Atch'sin,
Topeka and Santa Fe Ra Irond Com
pany to extend its line into other
States and Territories outride of Kan
sas. Th suit was braughr by Clar
ence II. Venner, of Basic a, to nstr iin
tbe Atchison company fr im acqnirlng
the Gulf, Colorado and Sinta Fe rail
way in Tfxas, and fr.im btildiog
through the Indi n Territory t con
nect wi h that rod. Veoner.who was
a st:ckholdor, claimod it wai a vio a
tion of the clfarier of the Atchiton
company to purftha!e other rcadj, and
that the laws of Kawas did o t au
thorize such purchases. The case was
argued in July, aD(f oa account of i s
iuiporUnc" was taken under advise
ment by Judge Brewer. Tbe Judge
sustains toe power of Ike Atchieon
company lo acquire the Gulf, Colorado
and Santa Fe, both by virtue of its
charter and of subsequent stat
utes of the State of Kansas.
The opinion is very lengthy and
is an exhaustive diecmsioa of tbe
powers of railroad corporations aud
especially of tbe Atchison. Tbe Court
decides that this company was origin
ally incorporated with the distinct
purpose ot extending its line sduHi
westwardly lo Santa Fe and south
wardly to the Gu f of Mexico, and
that acquisition of other lines beyond
the limits of the State of Kansas was
butemjiog out tbe original plan of
its projectors. In sddition to this the
decision holds that tbe general laws
of Kansas permit rail toad companies
to extend their lines beyond borders
of the S ata. Tbe contract between
the Atchisoi and Golf companies,
which was made last winler, providud
for an e x ihange of the s'ock of two of
the companies, and Judge Brewer
holds this to be a lawful and propor
exercise of power of the compm ee,
end that Venner cannot be permitted
to buy the s'ock of tbe Atcbis in com;
pany and then come tn and attact it
validity or the validity of its con
tracts. Army ot tbe Tennessee Reunion
Rock Ilakd, III., September 14
The Society of toe Army of tbe Ten
nessee holds its annual reunion here
Wednesday and Thursday. Already
veterans are beginning to arrive. A
business meeting is to bs held at
Harper's Theater tomorrow morning.
In the sfternron the society will visit
filacic inwu s wa'cn lone:, a uign
bluff on Rock river, from wbich the
scenery for roaay mllea is visible;
tbence they will gi to Van Druff's
Island, below where the Grand Army
of tho Republic are encamped and
join in a barbecoe. At ciht an an
i.ual ora ion will he delivered in Har
prr's Theater by ( ien. A. L. Chetlain,
and other addresses will follow. Ou
ThutHlsy tatrd is to be a business
meeting io the forenoon. The society
will devote th sfternoon to vlsiline
Rock Island Nstinat Arsenal and
Armo'V, and at niitbt the annual
b tnquet will take placs at the Harper
liabt)crliefor tbe MAppea!.'
The Sjstem Now Cotcrltig ill of
tbe Most Important
The woik accomplished by ths
Turnpike Commissionars for the year
1SS4-8) and np tidate lor the year
1880, hai librae 3d tbe following:
Randolph road 1.4 $8,800
New Raleigh road 1 6 7,(0O
Old Raleigh road 1.6 18,500
Stte Line road 1.5 6,000
McLean avenue 1.0 2,000
Union avenue - 2.0 7,000
Central aveoue 1.0 4,(00
Pigeon Roost road: 2.6 17,500
lernando rjad 1.7 17,30.)
Hotn Lake Mad... 1.7 0,101
Total -16 0 $05,SC0
la addition to the above a consider
able amount has been expended in re
pairs of the Sta'e Line roi. The work
for the year 1884 was lsige'y mire ex
pensive than that done since, on sc
roti at of the use of e'one ss a founda
tion. This wrs abandon1 d in the year
1885 as blng not only useless but in-
juriou'. lhe commit g'on bin bui't
tii s year atout lour miles t t roaa
heitsr than any previously construced
at an aggregate cost rf i?U,000.
The system ol tur?p kes now em
braces ever main real term rat tig
at Momph's, and thft distribution hm
it en made w itn mrst c.tr.'iui oiterv
aces of all equ t es and comtccrcinl
requlremonta. Tho extensioi cf the
seveial roads will bo the work of tuu
next year.
If judicious'v conducted, the annual
tax will be until rlent to add one to two
miles' leng h to each of the main rradn
in the sys em, it being esiima'ed that
roads, sujh as would f.iltlil the re
quirements of such extension?, ca't he
uie alod at about $.'000 per mile, while
the work of grading cau be doue by
convict lahor.
The roat's thus far cnmtruc'ed ate
equal to tin beat public ro.ds any
where to be found oa the outireut,
and eo far as butt have enhanced the
valm of property far beyond the cost
of the improvement. Tho s:iiull tx
of 10 centH tor pikes has proven to b
the mo it judicious and permanently
beneficial ever levied in the onntj.
The C niim sjioners contemplate a
completion of the Herunno road to
Calvary and the Jewish ceme'ery;
also cf the S ate L'ne toad to Tn ze
vant aveiue and, it poss lile, torns
work on tbe Big Creek rjad, wherj
convicts are now at work.
Tbe Plnn nnd Purpose of tbe
Auicrlran Cotton Oil t rust.
Financial Chronicle: The organ'zation
originated sjme two years sgj from
the consolidation ol the Arkansas end
the Tex h synd ca'es, embraciug about
seventeen factoties. At the present
time the American Cotton OitTiu-t
c mtrols 88 per cent, of the entird
crashing cip.city iu theUoitttd Stit s,
which numters some 131 mils. In
1885 abmt 000,000 tons of seed were
crushed, the produ t 'rom whichaTer
aged in va'ue about $30 a ton.
The Ameritai Cotton Oil Trust is
much the tame iu form of 6 g.nvzt
tion as the Slaada d Oil Company,
and come of the Stindard pi p e, as
iudivtdUHlP, ate laryelv tnlerrSied iu
the American Cotton O 1 Trus-, which
is simply a combination of all t'::' cot
ton oil bttsico s ntider otn niHiiage
ment, thin avoitlitg competi ioa ur
any coefbet of int-reitp. '
The American Co too 0 1 Truit
gives its cer.ifl 'atcs ou csrtiin terms
to the owne'H of the several mi l p:op
ertlej in exchange for title ta tbe prop
erty f i oa from ell debts and incum
brances. The trust then assumes on
tira control through a system of super
intendentH. Tbe csitillctti s ara Ii st
and only lien upon tbe property, and
the enura i'-sutt of thera . to tlatfl is
ahont $30,0(0,000, inc'u ling $0,000,000
jtiH. is u ;d, the par value of the certi
licites being $100, ami no in ire cert II
ca'eican b issunl except f r tl.enc
quisitton of property, the sc,ul
present valtio of the mill pioperty ac
quired eo ( r being estimated at $15,
0 O.0C0. Tt.e production ot i:otton
s e I oil ht h b;on profitable, and pa -ties
intor.'Bted in this tru t cla in that
dividends of lit per ren. per annum
on the $30,000,000 certillcites can be
earned now, with the ptospect of
la'cer pr. tits in the future.
The Board of Management coml-t)
of nine trmtees, tb'H8 of whom are
elected each year. So obligation cau
bs incurred beyond a stated amount
for salaries ar d office expenses, fixed
at the annual mo :ting of tbe certificate
The present biard is composed of
John V. Lewis, W. P. Anderson, F.
II. Baldwin of Cincinnati, W. H. Bur
nett of Chicsgt, J. W. Cochrane of
Memphis, E. Urquharr. of L'ttle Rock,
J. Aldige of New Orleans, Lyotsn
K'app. of Providence, R I.; J. L.
Macau lay of New York. Tbe princi
pal office of tbe Trust Is at No. 18
Broadway, New Yotk. The officers
sre John V. Lewis, president; E.
Urauhart. vice president; J. L.
Macaulay, treasurer; Jules Aldige,
secretary. ,
Visitors on 'Changs yesterday : W.
D. Mo'gan, New York ; Randolph
Thompson. Vioksburg, Mise. ; W. II
Taften, Missies! upl; J. V. Stepaensnn,
Missisj-ippl; Oot. U. WoUoM, city; W.
L. Elder, Trenton, Tenn,; J. II. (itay.
Italia', Tex. ; Sam Maps', Greenville;
K, A Johi son, Haraiitin, Miss ; W.
B Ricbatdot, HopeBeld; Co'. W. A
Johnson, Tuscumtiia, Ala.
Octoiikr pork was rather wild at
CMc3go y. stotday. It opened at
$11 40, aivanced to $11 75, and closed
at $1 1 10. Tbe closing prices 1 1 the re
maining October options were: Lard,
$0 57; clear rb sides, $7 45;coro,
40jc; wlieat, 77cj oat, 2iiic
Dubinq the p tst week the New York
CDflee matket tias been greatly excited
at times, and the dialings reached
very large proportions. Soms days
the speculative transactions were over
50 000 hau. The rise is attributed to
seveial causes. Cable advices from
K'.o and Havre nave Desn ol a very
sirengtheiiiogchsratter; bi s des.thera
is a heavy decrease in receipts, s'ocks
and visib'e supply. As compared
with this time in July, prices show a
gdnnf over 2 csnts per pound, and
thiBtimsin August, nearly 2 cents.
Tbe reivnt heivy purchase o! spot
giaue sdrjed etrengm to tne s.tuatioti.
S.ms patties appear t) think that
tbe r.sa is only just begun, while
others any that the market ia pr.tty
well strained. To.!ay pries are
higher by 5rl0 points, but tbe feel
ing is bartlyeadv.
Lindborg's periume, Lily of tbe
Landborg's perfume, Marchal Nile
Tailor and Importer.
MY FA IX RTOOK is now complete. The Larirest, Choicest and
Most Varleil I nave ever ofTerad In Memphis, ronslstlnir ot all the
PANTALOONS) in groat variety, all or the LATKNT DKtlMiNtt,
introduced by the leading- Inipnrteni of Knirlaiid, Kranoti and Ger
many. lwWtbtomake SI'K lAl, Si KNTION to my customers and
the puMIc to call and inspect my JUAUMFlciiNT t ioist at mr
Cor. Sicond and J.ffirton Stt., Mamphls, Tinn.
A roshlonaole Reeeptlosi at the
raideace pt lhe Bride's
A large and fashionable audience
crowded the Poplar S reet Temple la t
evening to witness the wedding of Mr.
Mark l)tv s, of 4-t L)U''n, to Mi s Dora
Hoshwis. a well ki own b -l o of tliii
C'ty. .Viies Bosbw.tz is n yourg lady
1 1 dee'ded drmiatic tab-lit, a-id hat
frequently ncqtiitted herself will
n-eJit on the amateur e'.sjje ss the
heroine of some love ttory. latoroU
wi-s ttiereloie keen iu Jewish circles
mate her as the ceutr.il figure of so
nh-orbing a tee ne as a marrieg cere
mony. The tetnp'e woti crowd.d with
the die of Jew sh sccitty. the !al es
predominating, es U usual on such
orcrisions. At 7:15 o'c'oi-k the
O'gan anncurced the arrival rf
the bridal par y, and to the
s'ra'ns r.f the wtdlirg mnic'i they
H'ed down the central aisle of the
buildit'g in the following or.ler:
Tbe ushers, Mo!nr, I'hii. N llslle, Jac.
Gabay, Jar. Sternberg, aud L-,u Davis,
the bn'thr of the groom.
Mr. J. 11. Dtv;s, the gtoom's father,
leading Mrs. J. S, Davis, a sister-ia-Uw
of the groom.
The brides sister, Mrs llariy Uuiou,
leaning on the arm of Mr. Hurry
Then the bridal couple. The bride
wore wh tt satin dress with em
broidered front and tbe ntial tulle veil
and orange Howe h, and her lovely
appearand was the theme of gen
eral admiration. The groom, Mr.
Davis, ia a voting gentleman atout 28
years of age, of prepossessing appear
Kabbi SimQold was, as uftial, im
pressive and eloquent in bis prelimi
nary discourse, and listened to wi h
Interest by the large audience present
as well as hy the contracting pirtiee.
Alter the conclusion ol tne ceremony
the bridal party proteeded in car
riages to ths residence cl the hride a
mother, Mrs. E. Boshwl'z, at No. 122
Matk't street, where an elegant re
ception was held.
E abente preparations teem in have
been m?d to enter, sin tbe invl'ed
guests with lavish horpita'ity. snd no
detail was neglected to matre the affair
a brilliant tticcets The si acinus and
smoothly shaven lawn that sutroinds
the bouee was illuminated by c unt
lest Chinese lunlerns ol many co ored
hues, am) fonnml a c ol and romantic
promenndu heUeen date e. Tfce in
terior of lhe Lourn wai d'cniB'cd
with a profusion of flural adornmenta;
rope-i t i II inert itdetlacing each other
hung iu graceful fes ootis from
and along the walls, while tropical
plaits of every variety pjsted here
aid there in the rorridota and parlors,
lent nu a r of sylvan simpitii'y to the
brilliant scene of jiaycly. The dancing
was preceded by a atipp&r, nt which
the health and wo f i of the newly
m.irrkd couple was drunk in many a
b.inipjr of chiiiuniipiie. Cong atJla
tjry tclcgrHnif, countless in iititnlier,
were also rea i ftoin all eecions of the
Dai;cinii f 'llowod. A detachment
t f Arnold's band, tlirecied by Hint
popular inns can li mself, fur-iinhud
tmisic tlut might havs temp'od a
hermit to mingle in the merry dance.
The upn-r lloor was dec oa'.ed in a
novel l.rshion, cn the Miha.lo plan,
evry contrivance of Japanese art
being b'ongu t i-ito requisi ion to give
colir to lhe sceLe. Iu rne
c:nter of this impiovsl Jap.tii
ere interior a ctrnr ten feet square
wai set sptrt for the display of pres
ent", of wlii h tlicra wore maiv, sotno
of tho cistlii'i-t tie criptlor). Tho la
tlicd and gentlemen who throngud the
building were of lhe c tntn of J wish
society, and all in full evening druss,
some of the rot turns worn being
noahle fir richness of material aiid
ttste fulness of ditMgn. Wanto(sp.iC3
forh'di more de'ai ed description.
Among tbe ladioj ad gentlemen
present were:
Rabbi SaTifleliU wife. Mrs Jan Buibaum,
MrtMri Bol Ooleimin, Mrs II llfjm'h,
MraMrsHollloldbaum.Mr a Mis Mai Daatus,
Mr a Mrs Hoi Venilis, MrtVlraWm lluabauia
Mrs Mrs Jos Anilrews.MrtMrs ilarrr Cuhen,
Mr Mrs M KckstoDe, Mrs Henry Cohan,
MrtMrsKchsrartsenbara.Mr a Mrs Uluck,
Mr Mrs Bol Unite, Mrs II Collat,
MrMrsJuliu"Iliibaum,MrMrs t Jaok Leon,
Mr a Mrs J (1 Pane, MrsMrsL Lowanstein,
Mr .Mrs II Kosenl lull, Mr a Mrs llaker,
Mr a Mrs Kalk, New- Mr a Mrs N Kalk, Wl
lort, Ark nona, Miss
Wr Mrs 6 Nternberi .
Miss Rose I'liilllps, MissKsnnle Phllllvs,
Mirs l'lurenre Seelia, Miss billia Heeisel,
Mis. Rachel Kelts, Mi,s Ilriahtie lleiter,
MiKslieiiaLowencluin.MiHr'iilly Rosenthal,
Miss H Hosenlhal, Miss Rscbel Uoeliwils,
Mis Leah lluxlmiini. Miss Ktla Uluck,
Miss M blernbori, Mis Flora Boshwils,
MisI)Hchwartienlurr,Miss Ida Levy,
Miss Hollo Levy, Mils Clara rJuaarman,
Miss Knsie Moiors, Miss Hebenca Meyers,
Miss Frances follcm, Mis Iliinnab tiellers,
Mis Leah Auerbuch. MissVi innieAuerbavb,
L Hosenlhal, Kusene Lehuiao,
Lou hiivis, M lloshw tr.,
Juke llnbay, Edward Bukor,
M Morris, I'tillulle,
Jahe c'lernbcrK, 8 Meyers,
Sam Mook, II HHchloss,
Hurry Sonhel, KMay,
Juke tlabsy, Leon Baker, '
Hen SeeliR, lleorire lleitrr,
Vie Heater, Juliu llonhwitx, ,
Horiuaa lloshwlt., Ike Friedman.
Ml. Louie, R t'hleaco, 7.
St. Lofts, Mo., September 14. The
Marions did theunelves proud today,
downing Cbicg in one of the most
exL-iiitig cnntenB of the person. Cl irk
Bon was liatt'd ia d nnd tbe Maroons
lunched their hits at the right time.
Kirby pitched a msgn II cent game, but
five hits being matin oB his delivery.
He was especially effective at critical
points. Myers canghtabtillisntgame
and did some excellent work. Tbe
best feature t f the game waH the gen
eral all r und work of l'atsy Cahill.
Tte attendance wis .r0;)0.
S-. Lou f 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0-6
Chicago -' 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-4
Aw York, ; Uoalon, 3.
New YoBK,S8tteinberl4. Tbe New
Yori uirepl.iyed in greatly itniroved
form today and dtfeaod the Boston
team with eas. Tte home club took
the lead in the fourth inning and held
itea'ily to the end. Ke'e pitcbei
with great effect np to ths last inning.
The game was tailed at the end of the
eighth inning nn acconnt of darkness.
Attendance 1200. Score:
New York 0 0(11014 0-6
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-2
Kaasas lily, 4 i lietrolt, 9.
Kansas Citv, Mo., September 14.
Tbe Wolverines kept tn their poind
ing today and batted out eiiteen hita,
wiih a total of twenty-sir. 1 he home
Uaru showed better A Id ng woik than
(hs vibitcrs, bit" could n-t bat hard or
tmely. Score:
KanpasCity..: 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0-4
Detroit 2 0 30012 10-
Hal I i more. Si PltltbnrK,
1!aitim;rk, Mu., Slemher 14.
Dark tuns put an etui to today's 11 il"'
in. re Pit simrg gime at tho end ( f ibs
eighth Inning, when tb) scoro wan
tbd Both MiCi niiiMUiid Morris aero
efl'tictive, but there wai op. ortut. ity
for some elm p fishling wh it'll was
taken udvactitoof end ths gMiis was
hrilliBtit and t i riting. S,!Oie:
Hwltimue 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 03
Pitlebii'g 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 It
IiicIuiihiI, I: .McirorolilHua, 3.
New Yokk, September 14. Tbe
Cincinnati and Metropolitan clubs
plaod today at St. (.imrao, Statu
Is and, Imforo lest tliHti 1000 Bpeota
or. The game was well plavt"! ai d
interrs'in.vlM Iudiati t losing thrutigu
their iaubiiuy to gnogo Smith's pitch
ing. Motroptilitun 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 03
Cincinnati 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 '4
Nt. Louie, St Ilioohlyi), I
New York, Soptetner 14. Cstly
errors by tlie llrocklvn-t in the tecand
and third innings of tbe gams today
wilh the St. Louis club alloaed the
visitor' tstltl another victory to their
codit. ltoth pitabera were very
eOec'lveand hiU were very tight.
Brooklyns 1 0 0 2 1 0 0-4
8'. Louis ) 2 2 1 0 0 0-5
Atblellr. 7 Louisville,
Philadelphia, Pa , 8, piember 14'
Tbe g mo toilay between the Athletic
and Louisville clubs was clnae and at
the finish quite exciting. Hart got a
little tbe be,t of Ho ker, sttiklng out
ten men. Three oi the home teatu's
errors cjst four runs. The Holding of
Bierbamr, M.t k and White was the
Athletic 1 0 0 0 0 3 2 1 0-7
L uisville 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 2-6
Laiunr'e Pnrilair tihl.
To the Editors of th Appeal!
Lamar, Mips., Hnptemhor 11. In
reply to the "b r. o" of J. O. Gaithor,,
munrgr-r Lngringit brsball club, we
desir j to say th.it we do not do oar
ball playing on paper, nor do we hiro
or bg men to do it far us. When w
conclude to play Green, Br ad I. v i.
Itarr we would ptcfer to play then
their rmpwtive places in the ranki
tho Corinth, Misi, baseball club -whicii
they are inoiiibnre. We do n .
care to he beaten by C )rinth end hava
L'grange tcceivo tho cr.'riit of it. We
tauten Lngracgo and they know it.
We chul'engud them for a ga.no
which thoy urn In honor b tind to
play-and revived no roply. We
challenged theun through tbe Appeal
for a guiifl for If 100 a side and they ro
fu ed to piny, notwithstanding their
g oat c aiming poweis. Thsnkiiig the
Aitkal for its cour:cey in allowing its
spttce to ehow up our side of this
ailrtir, we bow omgrlvei down and o'jr.'
It Alt l: 11 A I, I. OI" KM.
KNot'fir's gold mtdjl wai foiwatded
to Syracuse yestorday. It boars the
inscription: "To Edward Knout! f ir
Uoescelled Pitching: Seaeon of 1880.
Ftoin a L-gion of Friends." Io de
sign, shape and material it is eiitiilar
to thoio prenentcd toSiiet d, Brought n
and A ntlrews.
Clarkhon ia csllol the frf ak p'tt !mr.
At times bo pitches a marvelous g-ine,
whilo again ho is knocked out of the
box. There is no certainty abou'. hit
Cait. Anson of the Chirajos has
been batting in remarkably tine form
this season. Iu but leveoteea gnmi
out of nlnety- lx pleyed kas be failed
to make a bit. Ilia average is 300.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel ol
purity, etreucih and whole-iomonoio. Mure
eoononiioal than the ordtnar; kinds, and
cannot be sold In oo.npotitioa wt.h lb
multitude of low test, short weight alar or
phosphate powdera. SM or.lu c. V ' '
lUmmi PiiwwKe '.. l'- Wi.ll t.' -r.
T tiii: PUBLIC.
WE, the undersigned, hnvma bouaht tho
entir liujinul of ninnilUolurln
Furniture, Mattresses, Awninirs, Tents, etn..
1 II.... ...... I.I , infill 11 w
inasol einvs wonr ; nntKeaii i- mu
ass Vattra.iHSs rornir, vsrni'h a
ii 1.1...1. e c ..:-... ii.ii.i..t
til mil.,, ui rmui i,i .-
buitu, anil deliver aonds fren of cha ire
ie Purler
ire. Var
yle. All.
peu renovnteil to the true reman
w a none prompiiy .nu i im i-i
la. llattcnbrrK V io,,2H btcva
r prices.
irom iieur iui ic ii ui-i h, u.i. ri ...
ask a shire ut your pairor.sKe, knowins; full
well that, 'rem Ion np-r ence, we oan anil
will aive entire nitin antiiin to all wi;rk en
trusted to us. W will be ready at all timet
to lurnish Awntncs, Tents. I'aulins aiiJ all
. Ol ur.fc

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