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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IS. 1886.
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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMP&RTER
Wo. 38 MADISON STBEET, '
Is In receipt of a larger,
lected stock of CASSIMEEES,n ORSTEDS, SUITIN'GS
and OYEKCOATIXGS, (all
lions.) thai was ever shown
stock comprises the choicest
tad most da ruble poods in gentlemen's wear.
B&" Samples and Prices on application to those
rho have left measures.
For the Senate.
TIIE APPEAL is autnnrlr.a to announce
11 1' till li. BKI.NKLKV as a candidate
for the tiute 6nate, aurjjeet to tb Demo
WE are authorised to announce HENRY
J. LYNN at a eandidate for the Ota te
Senate, sutjeet,lo the nomination ot tba
I)e m noratic Convention on the 2.td instant.
VIWS Highgrade Jersey oowi and young
calves: good milkers. Logan walker.
BRICK RE?IDt-NCE Of six rooms, with
wo.lern iinprovemf n'a; No. 4M -beliiy
street, Apuly to A. C. Ireadwell, Eleeu
tor, No. 11 T'pion street. .
HORSE Cheap: fine, large, verv atvliah
and speedy; safnforalad y. &75 M ain .
THK lea a and fixtures of the St. Elmo
Hotel, Me-id'an, Mlts, Twenty-five
eomixiodiom rooms, within three minutes
naik ot the Union Depot; largo sample
room on the street next door: now doing a
Eood business and popular. Cun be had at a
arf ain if appl.ed lor within the next thirty
days. Apply to Ubariej Ulmiro, rroprictor,
C lOWS-Two Jerev Cows, a lleifr and
J Iiorss. I will tell at F. A. .Tones 4 Co.'s
Stnh'es, on Monroe street, without roservc,
at 12 o'clock id., on fuetday, September 21t,
twoJersey Cows, Riving milk and in call:
also, k hoifer. All pure ana thoroughbred
and of the best families.
Also, privately, my Bay Buggy Horse,
Terms cash, or sixty days' city eecuptaT'ees.
A. p. w uiirunu.
IN Lr.t of tin, suitaMcfor rcoBng Also
a large ice box. At Haoays,4U eneioy.
RETAIL GROCERY Doing good busi
ness: reasons for se'ling given. Apply
to P. MoCADDKW k CO.
OLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low--anstein
A Bios.' ; must be removed at once
Apply to JOHN REID. Builder.
"VTEAT COTTAGE Of six rooms, and lot
JL ajuxii, M Dean avenue, inquire on
HEAP One second. hand ROCKAWAY,
neany as good as new, at mm unit n st
DRUG 81 ORE "8 Charleston avenue: do
ing a first class prescription and drug
business, flood reasons for selling. Apply
-at t'3 Linden itrtct.
GNE BED-ROOM SET,
One Dining-room Set,
One Kitchen Set.
, with possession of house at once,
34 8T. MARTIN (STREET.
PUPPIES-By "Oath's Mark " out of
MoOomb's "Katie." Fer price and ex
tended pedigree, address
THOS. OBGILT;. Bonds, Tenn. .
CEDAR ENCIN POSTS For sale by
W. R. LARKIN, Larhinsvlllo, Ala.
BOILER-50-H. P. boiler, tested to 160 lbs.
water pleasure, will sell cheat! Apply
TT7 OODL AWN 8T0CK FARM- In thestnd
VV one thoroughbred Running Horse; fee
120. One Trotting Horse; fee, 110. OneJer
eey Bull: fee, I2.50 Foa Sals-30 Horses,
8 Milch Cows, lf head Butcher Cattle. Pea
cocks and Newfoundland Pups. Horses on
pasture, '5 per month : Texas horses, 10s per
day. Telephone JOSKPU BURNEY. 852.
TTPRIGHT PIANO-Qood as new, cheap
I 1 i i-m mrilt aTKhanira fnp Knnrii.
Address KM. AppeM office.
ITOUBE Corner Thornton and Alabama
X streets, newly painted, in good repair:
ten rooms, cellar, two good cisterns, desira
able front and back yards; on line of street
ears. James McN'mara. S3 Koheson St.
RESIDENCE 200 Hernando St.: hydrant
and cistern water: possession given Oct.
1st. S. M.McOALLUM Telephone 242
DINING ROOM AND KITCHEN Of a
. large boarding house; completely fur
nished; twenty boarders.
Addrea. f. T-. this office.
KESIDENCKS-Nos. 68 and 70 St. Martin
street. Apply at No. 70 St. Martin ft.
SALOON AND flXTURES-In a good
whisky town and live county.- rnr terms
apply to . V. BOSNKLL,
' Coffeoville, Miss.
OUSE 220 Washington 8'. ; 7 rooms atd
bathroom. Apply at IM fnpiar at.
No. 2PS Main Street.
. No. 207 Main Street.
Aply to JAMtS LKE, Jb., t Madison St-
ROOMS Nicely furnished front rooms.
At 60 Monroe street.
OOMS-Woll furnished room), No. 81
I'RNISHED HOUSE 434 Vance street.
Apply on premises.
2ROOM8-And kitchen at No. 33 Third
street. Apply on premises.
ROOMS One large front room, with small
room and large closet adjoining, unfur
nished, at XS Vmce street.
R00M8 Two furnlihed or unfurnished
rooms at 40 Madison street.
DESIRABLE OFFICES In the new Cot
ton Exchange Building, siogle or in
suits, on very reasonable terms. Building
heated thoroughly by steam. Elevator run
ning (torn b'sement to attin. Apply to
HENRY HOTTER, Secretary.
ESIDENCB-342 Vance street.
Apply a';4 vance street.
RESIDENCES and Rooms.
L. B. EATON, 12 Madison st.
OOM Nioely furnished front room, good
locality, at (e court street.
room, etc. Inquire at 110 Court street.
COTTAGE No. 422 Court street extended.
Apply at 218 Main street. ,
gTOREHOUSK Occupied by Megnan 4
Co., No. 27 Main street, " Leo Block. r'
quire at No. 4 Madison street.
JAMES LEE, Jr.
RESIDENCE From Oct. 1st, elegant brick
rosidence, o. 108 Washington st. For
terms apply to No. 718 Main street.
STOREHOUSES The three new first-class
Storehouses on Sheloy street, next north
of the Gayoso Hotel. Terms teasonable.
Apply to CARRJLNGTON MASON,
fi Madison street.
OTEL The Stonewall Hotel and Kail
ro&dutinir House at Grand Junction.
Tenn. Apply to J. 8 Day. Receiver. Nos.
.KJ and 302 Front street, Memphis, Tenn.
Pos sesai o n given i mmeoi n tely.
N't). M MAIN MKEET Opposite the
Court Hoose. Having a front on Main
and r-ne on Poplar street ret.ders this piop
erty very desirable. Call on
JAMK LKE. .Ik.. No. 4 Madison st.
HOUhES On and near walker avenoe,
on Elm wood street car line, froos the
1st September, several houses, from two to
eight rooms, in good repair. Apply at. 36
Union s-reet. JOS. bENOW.
CHOICE OFFICES On Second story oc
cupied for many years by Br J. W. Nel
son, Dentist, corner Union and Main streets.
pply ttM Onion street. JOS. LENOW.
T"E5IRABLE ROOMS-Sultable for light
XJ housekeeping, N.cor. 8te'ndand Market
S" TOREHOUSE-From I t Sentember, one
four-story Main s'reet storehouie.
V. W. WQYSTKK A CO.
LARUli PiTOKK Firt 8oor and cellar,
with side and ronr entrances, Nos. 3L3
and 30o Main street. Possession October 1st,
or sooner, if required.
Offices, No. 280 Second st.
Rooms for light housekeeping, No. 3i6Pop
lar street, over drug sto o. At ply to
R. B. SNOWDEN or J. L. G0ODLOE,
38 Madison street.
IfRONT AND REAR OFFICK-274 Fronl
1 street; cotton-room and ofSoei terms
mn1artak. A mil tn
TOOF, McGOWAT A CO.
OUSE No. 162 Robinson street, 6 rooms,
in good repair, .ood cistern water.
MYERS k SNKKD. 310 Sei-ond st.
OFFICES The desirable tront offloes on
seeond floor of 42 Madison street, adjoin
lnr Coiton Exchange. MENKEN A HO.
TTURNinUED ROOMS At 56 Monroe sU,
X? . eae luaare rom Peabody Hotel.
CURAT RIDGELY, )
more varied and better se
this season' import.
in this market. The
designs, finest textures
CISTERNS Built and repaired end war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and briok
layer. Telephone Mijt. THCS. CUBBINS.
HORSE From 126 Beale street, on Satur
day, August 26th. alight sorrel horse,
white in lace. A liberal reward for his re
turn to MRS 1. H A 0K. 126 Beale.
FOR SALE, RENT OR EXCHANGE.
A GRAND NEW STOREHOUSE At Sur
rounded Hill, Arkansas, the beat cotton
region in that State, eirh'y-five miles from
Memphis aod fillv mi es from Little Rock,
on the M. and L. R. K. H. Apply to
No. 11 ADAMS ft!.. Memphis Tenn.
Also, several Stock Ranches in Grand
ROOMS AM) HOARD.
DOOMS AND BOARD
At 49 Market street.
T. JAMES HOITSK S8 Adnms street.
Board and lodging, ;.r; day bord, 81.
I ELIGIBLE ROOMS With superior hoard,
ii twobl iokMrom Gayoso Hotel. 4o3Shelby
DESIRABLE Rooms, lurnished or untur
nished, single or in suite, with board, at
72 Madison street. e
NICE ROOMS-With or without board.
133 ADAMS BT.
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, sinelo or en
suite, furnished or umurnished, with or
ithoutbotrd; oner rooms, 104-106 Com t St.
R0WMS With or without board: terms
reasonable. 140 MADlEON ST.
ROOMS One large front room with bal
cony and one larce back room with
larg' dressing-rcotn, and ethers as good as
can be found in the city.
75 UNION ST.
0OM Fnrnl-hed room, with or without
hoari. at iiHi:onrt street.
WAN I EI).
COTTON SEED UULLS-A nd Mal for saje
J cheap at GLOBE OIL WOKKS.
lOOK-At US Washington street; apply
immeaiateiyi wnite prcttrrea.
C100K An experienced white cook: Kn
J glisb, German or Swede; wagos, 13 per
week. Apply with references to
Wo rc! KA1DUK AVRIMUE
LJO 'MS By Rdy and three small hoys,
LV three roome in private family for light
housekeeping, or with board. Locality con
venient to Chris'ian Brothers' College.
Address MHS. E-. this oflic.
GOOD COOK AND NURSE
Apply at th's office.
L7WERYBODY To call and see the eele
Hi brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
RES1DENCK-A nice residence of six
rooms. Address "Joseph," this office.
QCRAP IRON A quantity of stove plate,
O machinery, scrap iron and old car wbtels.
St- Louis Mnlleable Iron Co., bt. Louis, Mo.
BOUSE A house consisting of 6 or 7
rooms, within a few moments' walk
from Peabody Uotel. Good locality required.
Answer Mrs T., No. 75 Union street.
SALESMEN Can add A lline; email sam
pled one egent earned SX00, several
overgo uu, in iooj. r . vj. dvk lot it 11. s
-j f NO. 1 COOPERS To make Iron bound
1J barrels; good wages and steady work
for eight months. Apply at the Ame lean
Cooperage Works, corner Peters and Monte
gut st'e't'. New Orleans. La.
PO-ITION A competent and experienced
person wants a position as manager or
assistant on cotton plantation or stock farm.
Address M., &7 Linden street.
AM AN Ti take an office and represent a
manufacturer; SAO per week; small
capital required. Address, with stamp,
Box 70, Went Acton, Mass.
IMMEDIATELY Purchaser for store fix
tures, including shelves, counters, show
cases, etc. ; can be seen at No 280 Second
street. Apply at No. 60 Beale ft.
COAT AND PANTS MAKER-Steady em
ployment the year round. Apply to
T. Murphy. Jackson, 'tenn.
BOY An intelligent office boy, from 16 to
17 years old, who can come well recom
mended. Apply at 191 Adams street.
Nine hundred dollars, on good real es
tate. Address B. J., this office.
SALESMEN In every State in the (! ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
SraoiiLTixs thatare popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in connection
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
fRIOF MANUFG. CO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
1 LBS- FEATHERS IHshest cash
1UUU pnee paid by GABAY. Memphis.
EVERYBODY TO KNOW-That 1 will
FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
next thirty days for $1 60. 00
248 Main sreet.
LD GOLD A SILVEK-For cash or ex
change MtltiFOKO. .lewe er. Main
Koch's Fat. Store
tltlXVISG Is adjustable to meet any need
or business. It Is cheaper than old style. Can
be put up by any one. I iiqulHl for
l'nulry and tluok sjticlvee. Address
KOCH A. II. CO., Mfi-8,,
S41 MA1K NT., PEOKIA, ILL., or,
MlMimemai Harlware'o.,St. Lonls.Mo.
Special Notice to Shippers.
Miisisairri and TrnNtaa Railsoao Co.,1
Memphis, September 3, 1886. I
THE completion of the Yaioo and Missis
sippi Valley R.U., trom Jackson, Miss.,
to Greepwood, Miss., OFKN-S UP AN ALL
RAIL LINE, without break of bulk or trans
fer of freight, to following named points:
Tar no City, Eden, II. Lnket, Uood
Hope tiler, .Milrevllle, Sberhlerord,
Tetania, Helm, Crngt-r,NiIOD, Klsins;
Shipments to landings near these points
should be made to nearest station named
above. Your business is respectfully so
licited over the M. andT. Road, as lre'tht
roicbesits destination the following day ol
delivery at our depot. A. J- KN API',
General Kreicht Agent.
Maitin Griflin to -Michael Gavin,
deed to lots 13, 14, 15 and 16 of Hy. A.
Clinch's subdivision, f ach of fsid lots
frontiDK 53 ftet on fast side of Sixth
street, fur $1000.
LukeE Wright and W. C. Fnlkes,
executors of the estate ot A. Wrighf,
deceased, to R. J. Wools, 314Jx38G
feet, nonhwest corner of Broadway
and Laroae Btrettj, for the sum of $13,
0(30. Tbos. H. Davis to L. B. Eaton, war
ranty deed property in rJhelriy county,
lower portion President's 3 jlaat', for
the sum of $33.
ly?lni and Cleaning. '
Ladies and gqcta' clothes cleaned
or dpd in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich f-ethers nnd lace curtains by
Lon'S Reisol, 58 Jtllerjr n street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Gcods received by express.
IS BIMOVSt) BT THK USB Of COCOiSIHS,
And it stitnalateg and promote tbt
growth of the hair.
Bnrnett's Flavoring Extracts ara tht
WITH OXE VOICE,,
DEMOCRACY CALIS UPON
Nominated for Congress by Accla
mation Konolng Speeches In
For the tint time in I he memory of
the otdeH inhabitant tte Democracy
of the Tenth District jeaierday com
instd a candidate for Congrf sj by ac
clamation. The withdrawal of Col.
Jos'ah Patterson on Thursday morn
ing made it certain that such action
would be takeo,as Mr. Phelan was left
sole master ot tne a.taation.
THC C08VBNTI0H AStSIHBLID
at 11 o'clock at the Exposition Build
ing. 8. etby county bad 77 delegates;
Hardeman, 18; Fayette, 22, ard Tip
ton 19, making a total of 136 votes;
but there was twice tbat number on
the ti rr, tHe outside counties sending
in fractionsl voU.'S. The crowd on the
outside was latge and composed of the
btst men of the district. The gather
ing was thoroughly represeniaiive in
every respect. The convention was
CALLED TO ORDER
by Mr. O. A. S'ainback, Chairman of
the Executive CnmraitUe. Mr. Wm.
E. Saofoid, of Urvinjito i, Tenn., was
made temporary chairman; Mr. J. J.
Dolly, ot Memphis, and Mr. J. II.
Dortch, of Somerville, temporary sec
retaries. COMMUTERS APPOINTED.
A Committee of five on Permanent
Organization, with C. A. 8 ainlmck s
CLatiman, and a 0. imnitiee of five on
CreddLtiais, wi.h Dr. Bell, of Tipton,
es Chairman, were appointed.
I TATE ri. S.TFOBM ADOPTED.
Mr. J. M. Young, of CoviDgton,
moved t) appoint a Committee on
Resolutions, and Mr. Albeit MeNtal
moved in litu that the 8 ate platform
be adopt- d. lie said it would save
time, that the platform was sound Do
mccracy and it had no uncertain
REPORTS CK COMMITTEES.
Tbe Committee on Permanent Or
ganization reported in favor of the
gentlemen seltcted f a temporary offi
Tbe Committee on Credentials re
ported tbe complete list t f delegates in
each county, all of which bavealraady
JAMES P II ELAN NOMINATED.
Nominations were then declared in
order aod Mr Dennis Smith mounted
the etacd. He made a ringing spree!)
in favor of Mr. James Pnelan. Mem
phis, he declared, was one of tbe most
coemopoLtan of all the Southern cities
and it wai metropolitan as wel1. As
, tbe largest and most ' progressive city
in the Stite it was necessary that its
representative in Congro.'S should be a
man ot broad views, fully up with the
spirit of the age, active and energetic,
and be knew of no man who was btt
ter capacita'ed in every respect than
James Phelan. He was answered
by wild cheers 'and half
a dozen eeconded the nomination at
once. He moved that it be made
unanimous, and the roof shook with
the vigor, enthusiasm and unanimity
with, which the motion was earned.
It was several minutes before quiet
could be restored, and then there was
storm of calls for the nominee.
THE NOMINE! ACCEPTS.
Mr. Phelan appeared, mountirg tbe
stand with an elaet'o ctep, his eyes
(lithirg atd his rbe;ks flushed with
tbe supreme excitement of tbe mr
ment, which he declared to be tbe
proooett of his life. In a few brief re
mt r;s be graceful accepted the call
madenfjon bim to become the stand
ard bearer of his patty. Ho said tbat
as he bad made a thorough can vats of
the d'strift with Col. Patterson tbete
cu'd no longer be any doubt as to li s
views on the great questions of the
bour. He was opposed to the
Blair bill, and in favor of
a revision cf the tariff, which
shcu'd bs put on such a basis as the
Chicago convention had outlined. The
time was not favorable for a speech,
and he would not make one, but be
fore tbe election in November would
canvass the district thoroughly with
his Republican opponent, whoever he
might be, and would then give bis
views mora fol'y. He was conscious
tbat he could not hope to make a
leader up in tbe fl or of the House,
but if elected he hoped to be able to
a complish a graat deal of good for his
district as a persistent worker on com
mittees, where real and palpab'e ter
vice might be rendered. He was re
warded by a storm of applause, and
COL. JOSIAH PATTERSON
mounted the platform. He sa'd ha
came from a sick room to be with bis
Democratic friends. He bed alwayi
been a Democrat, and as such, bowed
to the will of the majority. It eeemed
tbat the majority was for his gallant
opponent, James Pee an. As eoon as
ttiat became apparent to him be mads
up bis mind what course he ought to
pursue. He might have remained,
caught up enough votes to delay the
councils of bis party, but he was not
an obstructionist. He got out of the
way that all differences might be
settled and idle bickering turned into
a love ftat. He had entered the
race, believing that Mr. Phelan did
not coincide with bim on the great
questions of tbe day. Ha bad never
talked to him on those subjects, bat
gathered such an idea from t u rent re
por'. But be soon discovered that their
views were nearly in tccord, both on
the Blair bill and tbe tariff. He felt
tben like withdrawing, and long be
fore the primarit s consulted several of
his friends, among them the Hon.
John Overton, jr., with that end in
view. He did not want a split, and
when tbe prima. its were held be at
once withdrew. Ha declared Mr.
Phelan to be a voung man of fine
ability, iron netve and indomitable
enerpy, and in every respect well
qualified to represent theTnth Con
greuional District. He called upon
a'l cf bis personal friends, upon every
Deimciat in the dis:rict,to rally to the
support of the nominee. Col. Patter
ton was enthusiastically cheered.
'col. aliiirt m'neal,
of Hardeman county, was called for. He
said his was tbe banner county of tLe
State, and while he was tot willing to
surrender it, yet be wojld say that if
Shelby would give tbe nominee is big
a majority as Hardeman he would pre
sent tier committee with a gold medal.
He thought it could be done by proper
organization, and thought tbe De
mocracy of tte district should stand by
the Executive Committee. If the
Committee would not do its duty he
wanted to know, and would bavo
rooms provided for them in tbe new
Lunatic Asylum at Bolivar.
C. A. STAINIIACK,
of Fayette county, said his was also
tbs banner county, but the meioiity
was often on the wrong side. et he
could assuro tbe gentleman from Har
deman tbat Fayette; too, could give
the nominee majority, sod in
tended to enter as a competitor for the
', W.'K. BAPTIST, -
of Tipton, waa called for, and declared
that fee hd voted tbe straight Demo
cratic ticket ever since be had at'ained
bis majority; tbat he was thoroughly
identified with hia party in every re
spect; that while he had had a prefer
ence f s to who should be the standard
b arer of the paity, and his choice
bad been Co). Patterstn, his effort to
secure his nomination having failed,
be was for Pbelnn heart and aoul. Mr.
Phelan owed him nothing as be had
opposed him, but be was now as enthu
siastically h'S friend as any man on
the tit or, and would do bis level be s:
to tecure his election.
K1W IXICUTIVI COMMITTER.
Mr. J. P. Edmondsnn, of Faye't,
moved tbat the resignations of the
Executive Committee In accepted and
a new one appointed, Shelby to have
two membeis and the o'her counties
one each. Orried. Tbe various del
egations agreed on the following new
commitee: Fayette, Tbos. Wil
liamson: Hardeman, A. J. Coates;
Tipton, John P.-Sloan; She by, E, F.
Adams, J. F. McKlaley.
PBE1TY GRACE TURNER.
How Fnllen tilrl Became) Tired
Grace Turner, a young white giil
about 16 ye ars of age, was arrested ye a
terday morning at tbe rr-qutst of her
mother, charging her with an attempt
at suicide. Hec bistury is a tad one.
About tvo yf ars ayo slie became ac
quainted with a young widower in
this cit who visited her mother's
house as a trusted friend, and againe-t
whom no suspicion of evil whs enter
tained. One night he persuaded bor,
on tome plausible prttrx, to entr his
room, ad there he mcomi lii-hed her
ruin. When informed of the fact her
elder sister shot at the bitrayer but
misredhim. From that day to this
Grace has been on tbe down grade,
and not long ago v'sited Louisville and
entered a house of ill fame. Recently
she returned to the city, and her life
since then has not b'en stainless. She
is a tall, handsome blonde and looks
two or three yea s older than her
rial age. Probably the thought of the
dgreded prs'tion to which she has
fallen ausges ed suicide. The charge
of disordi rly conduct entered againat
her was dismissed at her mother's ie
quest and the girl released Here is a
case wbete the Mission Home mi, ht
intrpese wi h effect.
B ALL Afll) BAT.
Pblladelphln, 9; 4'lsrrlnnaill, H.
Philadelphia, Pa., September 17.
Smith's inability to nut the ball across
tbe plate, and wild throws by Baldwin
and Reillv, gave today's game to tbe
Athletics in the ninth inning.
Athletic 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5-9
Cincincati 05000300 08
New York, as Wnablnalon. 1.
New York, September 17. Thi
New York and Washington clubs
finished their eeries of games today at
tbe Polo grounds-." Ttie game was well
played, the local nme winning through
superior work at the bat. Wa'ch
pitchetfaa improved game.
New York 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0-4
Washington ., 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-1
Brooklyn, 7; Le.u Levi lie, 8.
New Yobk, September 17. Tbe
Brooklyn! won tbe, game with the
Louisville nine at Washington Park,
Brooklyn, today, after the game had
been tied by a wild throw by Hecker
of si wart wood's forced hit, which gave
Brooklyns 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 47
Lou'aville 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0-3
Metropolitan, 7 FltUbiirsr, 4.
Naw York, September 17. The
Metropolitan and Piltsburg clubs
played at Sttten Island today. The
Indiana batted Galvin all over the
Metropolitan 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 17
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3-4
I'bllaclrlpbln. Itl BeMlon, 4.
Boston, Mass , September 17. The
Philadelphia and Boston clubs both
batted well toJay, but the former's
hits were more timely, and it waa not
nntil the latter part of tbe game that
tbe Bos'on players began to bit safely.
Kadbourne was batted so bard tbat
Bailiogton bad to be substituted in
the tbird inning. The principal feat
ures of the game were the batting of
Fogar y, Clements and Nash, and the
fielding of -Irwin. The game was
called at the end tf tbe eighth in
ning on account of darkneis. Score
Philadelphia 1 0 5 1 0 2 0 1-10
Boston 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0-4
Rowe'a Lucky Hit.
St. Louis, Mo , September 17. An
other immense crowd turned out to
witness todsy's came between Detroit
and St. Louis. Kichardton opened tbe
game with a borne run and another
run was covered in the same inning.
St. Louis scored one in the fourth and
tied the game in the seventh. In tbe
eighth, when there were two ont,
Rowe got in a lucky hit over Mc
Geachva head and got all the way
around, although the ball reached the
plate jast a foot ahead of him. Hesly's
pitching and tbe magnificent fielding
of Glasscock and Dunlap were tbe best
features ot tbe game. Score:
St. Louis....: 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0-2
Detroit 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -3
A Close Game at Kansas Illy.
Kansas City, Mo., September 17.
Tbe po-tpontd gime played this
mornirg with Chicago was well con
tested from beginning to end, and was
given to the visitors on cIo:e decisions
by the umpire. One instance, he
called Mi(uery out because Hardie,
the Chicago catcher, called st'.etitlon
to the fact tbat he did not touch third
bass. Whitney held the visitors down
to five hit. Score:
Ksnras City 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-3
Chicago 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 14
A flernoon Maine nl Hansaaj It y.
Kansas City, Mo., September
17. Tbe sfiernocn game was a poor
ffa:r, tbe viaitirs simply playing: with
their opponect3 in the last half, and
winning tbe game by sixteen to five.
The home team was in wretched con
dition, several players being sick.
Weidmsn s'arted in to pitch, ruit had
to give it up in tbe fourth inning and
Liliie was sufcs'.ittitsd.
Kansas City 0 1002020 0-5
Chicago I) 5 5 1 0 1 3 0 2-10
A Jool Vame at Baltimore,
Baltimore. Md., September 17 The
champion "llrowns we.e defeated
todav in the ninth inning, when Davis
hit the bad over tbe right field fence,
bringing in a man and making a borne
run. McGicnis pi'chtd in magnificent
form and was given a strong support.
Foutz waa also in good condition, and,
as whole, the game was the moat in
teresting played on the home grounds
Baltimore 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2-3
8 loaia 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1-2
COITOJ SEED RATES.
SHIPPERS COMPLAIMXH ABOUT
THE MIAXt.E OF TARIFF.
Schedule, of the Valley Road -New
Majager of the Mobile
The shippers of cotton seed at For
est City are eomplaininx abont a
change in the tariff of the Little R ck
load, which they declare puts them at
the mercy of the Cotton c-oed Oil As
sociation. A gentleman residing at
Fores'. City writes the Appeal is fol
lows: "Wedeeire tLe privilege cf your
columns for the pnrpoee i f bringing to
the nttice of tbe public wbat we con
aider an unwarranted discrimination
of the L'ttle Rock railioad aiainst
Memphis at d the people of S Francis
county. Something less than oue year
go we were fhippin rotton ssed to
Memphis node an established rate of
$18 per car. Without notica tbat rate
was withdrawn aod $35 per car snbsti
tu ed, thus shutting us off froon out
home market and plauipg us at the
niercy ol the Cotton Seed Oil
Assxiatim, from whom we er
obliged t take whatever the y ea.w fit to
Offer. We hal heptd ttiat cur eld
rtae would be given us again at the
beginLing of this tmeon. Tire bas
not been done, end we ate as yet ex
c'u.ltd from tto market cf out choice.
We, as a pscp'e, feel kindly to our
home ci'y of Memphis, our untenants
and her oil mid mem. Tlioy have
always met us on half way ground.
We have acom moti interest with them.
We feel tt at the advantages are
We aek that if it be possible for the
Cotton Exchaove crthe co'.foa seed
mill men tiiulltienca this matter in
any way that it be done at cue. It
Bsema to us that they cm accomplleh
something. Certainly the people have
some tights ttiat railroads are oblige J
to respect. ,
Chanite of Sirhfilnle.
A new schedu'e wid go into effect
on the Lonlsv lie, Now Or'eans ard
Texas ra'lrojd in abont ten day;. All
trains now running will bs continued,
atd a day passenger train will bs run
between Vickejburg aud Memphis,
leaving each city a'tont 7 o'clock a m.
Mobile and Ohio Management.
Bt. Louis, Mo., Septembsr 17, The
statement is made todav that Joint
Agnt II. S. Dare, of the C-ntral
Traffic Association, has b9n offered
and will probably accept tbe position
cf geneial traffic manager of tbe
Mobile and hio railway tyttatn, and
will resign li s present pcsllioa about
The Hallway siannKer.
Chicago, 111., September 17. The
railway managers, in session here, did
not succeed today in overcoming all
the obs'acles in forming a Western
Passenger Association. '1 he (ticking
points were upon the method of fixing
the percentages and the taking in of
certain butlness at Milwaukee and St.
Louis. An agreement was reached,
however, that the pool should begin
October 1st and hold for three years.
Adjournment was taken onti! after the
meeting of tbe Moithweetorn Freight
and Passenger Associations. As the
interests of all of the tbree pools
Southwest, Wesl and Nortuwett are
independent, nothing further will be
done nntil the allairs of the other two
are adjusted. Allot the officials ars
of the opinion tout an sgreemeiit will
be arrived at in all ot tbe pools before
tbe firet of next month.
. ON 'C1LANGE.
Charley Ciirihman has returned
f torn the East chock full ol energy and
vim, and ready for a vigorous soaron's
Cloning prices of October options at
Chicago yesterday: Pork, $10 12;
lard, if) 37; clear rib sides, $7 3u;
ccrn, 38 Jc; wheat, 742c; oats, 25 jo.
Messrs. Cccbeam A Fbayseb exhib
ited at the Merchants' Exchange yes
terday a magnificent sample of corn in
tbe ear. raised by them on their farm
nine mileH south of Memphis. Tbey
have 140 acres of it, and will make
toventy-five to eighty bushels per acre;
Visitors on 'Change vesterday: J.
T. Davis of Mississippi, M. A. May of
Tennessee, E. M. Jonea of Bolivar, B.
T. Garrett ot MiHsissippI, Mrs. L. S.
Aiken ot Providence, HrJ 'as Ilattie A.
Ricketson of Providence, Mrs. V. M.
Sawrie of Nashville, Mrs. W. D. F.
Sawrie of Memphis, J. D.- Sasser of
Middletor, Tenn., Wm. M. Erwin of
Des Arc, J. E. Blaydes of Atoka, Tenn.,
J.P.Bringln of Covington, Tenn , E. J.
Kelly of New York City.
A notice was posted wlili the di
rectory of the Board of Trade of Chi
cago September 8th, requesting that
action be taken relative to a change of
hours. At prefect tbe hours are from
0:30 a m. to 1 o'c'ork p.m., and from 2
p.m. to 2:30 o'clock p.m. Tbe pro
posed change is from 0:30 to 1:30
o'clock, and would give the same num
ber of business hours. Tbe paper was
circulated among the members and in
a short time received 250 signature,
including those of many of the
heaviest traders. Tbe motion comes
before tbe board for final action next
Wednesday. At present very little
trading is aone in the afternoon te
sion, and it is thought as soon as the
new hours are known businets will
run cn about tho stnie. Tbe new ses
sion, moreover, would have tbe ad
vantage of being in harmony with
those cf the other important ex
changes in New York and elsewhere.
Alhert T. McNkal, cf Bolivar,
Tenn., is at tbe Peabody.
H. Wbis and iiridb, cf Arkansas, are
stopping at the Gayoso llo el.
Jod C. Martin, of the Corinth
Ilerald, was in the city yesterday.
S. W. Teall and wrKE, of Jones
hero, Aik , are at tbe Gayoso Hotel.
Judge H. J. Livinohtn, of Browns
ville, Tenn., is stopping at the Pea
Mihs Fannie A. Richardson, of
Marshall, Tex , is visiting relatives tt
3U8 Vance Bt eet.
Mas. . B. Howell and Mauler
John Howell returned yesterday
morning from Kentucky.
8. J. York, Mrs. A. G. Watts and
Miss Lucie Barber, ef Padncah, Ky.,
are stopping at lite Gayoso Hotel.
W, J. Beko, parse nger agent of the
ChiHippake, Oiiio and Southwestern
railroad, is stopping at tbe Gayoeo
Miss Minnii Hannah, the accom
plished pianist, has returned from her
annual vhit to tbe conservatories of
music in New York and Bos'on.
i.DDBoao'i perfume, Edenis
Lnndborg'i perfume, Lily of the
Lnndborg'i perfume, Marc hal Nile
Tailor and Importer.
MY FALL TOCK fa now complete. ThelAnroet, Choloestand
Most arlwl I have ever offered in Memphis, consisting- of all the
N4VKl.rll: IN FAX Y l I IIN., WOlIHTKItM 1 AI.I
THK S..4.TFST NTVI.I-:, OVRItt'O VI'IM- ANI FANOlf
PANTALeiOIVM fn (rront variety, all of the LATKST UKftlUNS,
lutrodiicpd ty the l.ta.lltiir Importers of KnirlatKl, Franco and Ger
many. 1 wish to make M'H IAL tli:TI to my customers and
the piit.llc to call and Inspect my HI AGMfie KNT KTOt la. at my
Cor. Sicond and Jaffirson
E B, COOVER & CO.
DoorH,KHKli,IUin4lsMol4llugH,Hil kinds of Door and Wludow
FriiuieB, Itr-Hf tu-tr, KcTulMVork, Itoug;Ii and I) rouged
Lumber, Shingle, Latins, Water Tankta,
All kindNol Wuod Work Executed at Short Not lee.
Nos. 157 to 17JJ Washington street, Mcinplils, Tenn.
rates tn those who desire tn try it.
ivatsiutr uns ' nniinia.
Cotton Factors and Commission MerchantSs
No. 8H Front Street, Corner ot Monroe, Memphis Tenn.
TRUUI1LE ON THE TUACK
At I.oiilavllle-Almoat a Fatal End.
lug; lo m ilnarrel.
LotnsviLi.B, Ky., September 17.
This morning at the race course some
excitement wih muted by O. O. West,
Western agent of the Dwyer Brother,
of Brooklyn, attempting to shoot J. P.
Brannin, owner ot Bootblack and
other racers. West had nsad obscene
language to Brmnin's ion about al
lowing. oitblark ti ba exercised in
bis (West's) paddock. Wist was ex
cited over tbe affair when the elder
Brannin came up and remonstrated.
The two betan quarreling, when West
dtew a revolver and fired, the shot
missing Brannir, who c'inched with
West, who pre s'd the pistol Into
Brannin's stomach, bnt the hammer
caught in his coat and Brannin twisted
out of the way, the ball grazing the
llesh. They wt re then separated and
have since ezpr.'tsed regret over the
a 11 air.
River 2 leet U inch cn the gauge and
Nbw Oblians, 8eptomber 17. Night
Departed: City of Natohes, Henry
Lourey and barges, St. Louis.
Cincinnati, September 17. Night
River 4 feet li mcties on the gauge and
stationary. Weather clear and pleas
ant. LouisviLLi, fieptombor 17. Night
Rivor 3 feet 6 inches in tbe canal and
1 toot 4 inches on the falls and rising,
caused by the dam gates being closed.
Business dull. Weather clear and
Oaibo, September 1 7. Night River
5 feet 3 inchta on the gauge and fall
ing. Weather cloudy and mild. Ar
rived : Annin P. Bilver, New Orleans,
1 p.m.; H 8. Hays, Ht. Louis, Dpm.;
Belle Memphis, Vickshurg, 11 p.m.
Departed: Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
1 a.m.; Annie P. Silver, Ht. Louis, 3
St. Louis, September 17. Night
River lisen 0 inches, and stands 0 ft et
3 inches on the gauge. Weather clear
cool. Tbe river steamer O. C. Carroll,
owned by Cap. D. li. Silver , of this
city, bound for St. Lou's from Kansis
City, struck a song Wednesday night
at Chapman's Landing and Bunk. She
cannot be raised, and will probably
prove a total loss. She was valued at
15,0(X, and insured for $10,000 in
New Orleans companies She carried
1000 sacks, which are fully insured.
A DrnffglHt'ii titory.
Mr. Isaao O. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes as: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross rf Dr. William Hall's Balsam for
the Lungs. I cast nay of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never beard a customer speak of
it but to praise its virtues in the high
est manner. I bave recommended it
in a great many cases ot whooping
cough, with the happiest eflecte. I
bave used it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
t,ottle in tbe medicine closet ready for
This powder never vsries. A marvel el
parity, strength and wholesomeneas. More
eoonomieal than the ordtaar; kinds, ens
eannot be sold In eompetllion w!.h the
souliitude ol low Wat, short weUrhtalnas er
phosphate powders. Sold on!aeau. Roiai
BAiisePowDuCOMlue Well tt., New Xori.
T,,E bahhki. ok t AR-ri or 10
barrel lots d
delivered in the eltv at verv Inw
Kates to nil stointa ou tt nil road a
TVT. PATTT!T?SOV fr. CO
an l AI'Ii'AI. FRI7.K, 7ri,OOe.-a
Tllrkels only M.v Nltarea In prosor.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
M Wit do erthy Certify that tufiervitt tht
arrangement for oil tn Monthly ami Junr
terly Vmwinff of tin Aouitmtiri Slut Lottery
i ainpnny and in pr$an tnamnje ami Control
th trawitiQ them' hu , and that the tame art
conducted with himety,fairnft and in good
faith tatrard all parti, and tee nufhoritr tht
Company to ut thi 'rrtijivate with fua-aimilet
qf our tionaturei attached in it adverting
Wt, IAi itnderrierutt. Banks and flankers,
mil pny nil J'ritn drntrn in THm ioHtnaaa
iWnM JjoiUri wAtoA mat b preesatsal at oar
J. lI.OtJl.r.NRT,Proa. 1. Hal'l Bank.
A. BALDWIN, Prsia. B. O. Hal. Bk.
Ineorporated In 18tjS for twenty-dve years
hy the kesislnture for Ednoational and
Charitable purposes with a eapital of II,.
(XiO.ooo to whloh a reserve fond of over 1660,
000 has sine been added. 1
By an overwhelming popular vote Its
franehisewas madoapart of the present. State
Constitution, adopted December Id, A. I).
Tho only L'lHrry mfr toted tn and tndoriti
by the peapU of oy titotr.
It never etinsa or poftpoaes.
last Hrand HIncIo Hanber Draw.
Insja take plane monthly, and tho
Extraordinary Drawing's) rularly
every Three Bloalhs Inaleatl of acini,
annually aa heretofore.
A RPLENItlD OI'PORTttlllITT T
WIN A fOHTIISC, TKNTU GRAND
DRAWING, CLAB3 K, IN TUB ACADEMY
OF MUSIC, NEW ORLKANS, TUESDAY.
October ia, laH6-l7th Monthly Draw.
CAPITAL PHIZE, 875,000.
100,000 Tltikota at- rive Dollars Each,
fraction.. In t'lrttia, In
LIST Or PRIZES.
1 Capital prise I I 7A,0t 0
1 Capital prise seat
1 CapiUI priie . 10,000
S Prises of n000. 12,000
Sprites of mmo ,..... 1(1,0(0
10 Prises of 1000...; 10,010
20 Print (W MS) 10,0(0
100 Prises ol !I00 10,0(0
800 Priies of 100.... 30,01 0
BOO Prises of Ml u Hn.000
1000 Prises of 2S... So.Otd
9 Approiimation priies of 1700 t,TB
t Approiimation prises of fioo 4,M
9 Approximation prises of' t0....... ,!B0
1967 Prises, amountlnt to..ll.........t)6.8(
Application for rates to olobs should be
made only to the ofllo ot the Company at
For further Information write clearly,
f Wins full address. PONTAL NOT KM, Si-
f ress Money Orders, or New York Exchange
n ordinary letter. Curraney by Express (at
oar expense), addressed
New Orleans, I a.
Or M. A. DAUPHIN,
WoNhlasrloa. Dk '.,
or at Weal tJourt sit., MentplaJs, Tesua
Hake P. O. Money Orders payable
aud address Registered Letters to
NEW OKI.KAN NATIONAL BASK,
M.w asrswta. s .a.
C. B. BRYAN & CO.,
COAL and WOOD,
WllOLEUALfi AND RETAIL,
No. 20 MADISON STREET.
J. F. II0LST & BR0.
(buccbwobs TO O. H. H0L8T a bao.
HAfl BEHOVED f
Ho. S3t SECOND iTH MESrillS.
A FULL and eompleU stook of Weed aaa
Metallio Jases and Caskets, Cloth-Cov-,red
CajkeUand Bnrlad Robee always oa
hand. sariOrdart by teJearaua prenntla
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