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yEVBKIB'S THlTt.
LAST TWO PERFORMANCES.
Ke Valine will b fir.
BAKER & FA It RON,
-IN A
SOX BUBBIiB.
Owr to (ircnms'eneee that are unavoid
able, BAKER A tARhON will out tin
Matinee duriLf ih e engaerr.ent.
sur-feiita at Mnlford'a.
GRAND PICNIC
UITRN TJHER AUSPICES OP
Advance Assembly No. 5794,
U. OF L.
AT ESTIVAL PARK,
Honday Eve., May 3
.Arnold's Fall Band Engaged.
-The ProoMda ef tbia Pionio will b for
warded to St. Lewis for tba benefit of the
Sauld Striken.
ar-Tirketar, 50 Cents. Lad In fret.
rTho beat I rde will be enforced, as
tbe afliir if in tba ban da of a competent
eiuuiittee, and e expense will be spared to
make it grand luoceas.
m-uown wnn minopolii
DOXALDSOVN
lOIEi 31 IT 812 IT 31,
324 MAIN NTRI'KT.
Mt-Ttai papular place of amusement la
NuW DPKN, ander tbe management of
Prof. C. A. DONALDSON.
ar New Atlr&etiona and tpeciaities w'U be
resented eikch week.
v-On Sitord-y Afternoon nf each week.
H ALP HATE8 lor School Childien.
ar We ink nd tu sake thia place of amuse
ment a speeinl attraotion for Ladiea and
their Families.
TAKEN IF.
10W Owner ean have same by proving
prorerty ana raving cnargee.
A. J. HOW ARD, Dunn avenne.
LOST.
ClllKCK-Aprll Xi, 1886. 0'ir cbeok, No.
J 1157, for li-s &0j payment atoned; pub
lie warned not to trade for same.
E- L. TOPP k CO.
ROOMS AND HOARD.
R
OOM Famished room, with or without
board, at IWC'onrt street.
BOAKDERH wiehing comfortable homes
with eicoilent table accommodation
will find it greatly to their advantage to
tone to the Polk ilonse, 306 Beennd street.
Transients will be well eared for at leas than
oe-half theiua&l hotel prcos.
M. W. POLK, Manager.
E0OMS AND BOARD Ueairable roomi
and t.oard 72 Mndiaon street.
Ot, JAMKd UOUrJK-Cor. Second and Ad
O ami sts, Hoom and board $5 per week.
Dy hoarders wanted.
B
OAKD With eifellent room.
124 ADAMS STREET.
5 NICE Rooms, furnished or untarnished,
with or without board, at 137 Madison st.
TWO large unluroirhed rooms, with or
without board, at 6if Madison streot, cor
ner Third.
FOR RENT.
NEW COTTAOE All modern improve
ments! fire rooms, bath and pantry;
it) Lauderdale. Keys neit door.
C10TTAG B-Font rooms, 68 Anction street.
) Apply at : Third st.
c
lOfTAGK Penr rooms at 49 Mosby it.
Apply at 47 ntesoy street.
HOPSE No. 7 Adams streot, on corn or
Third: three stories ; rood repair; from
Jaly 1, lti. , JOHN W. CURRIN,
80S Second street.
NICE RESIDENCE 377 Orleans itreet,
juat eoalh ef Vance (on the new street
ear line)! heuse in rood repair. App y to
R. W. HA R RIB, 300 Front St. n
H0U8H Two story frame, 35 Market at. t
new, wsthall modern improvement.
Apply to L. FRITZ. 11 Main at.
FURNISH HI) ROOMS-Forgent and for
housekeeping, at 116 Court street.
TWO elegant front rooms, tarnished or
unfurnished. Apply at 89 Adama at.
ROOMS Furnished or unfurnished, at 118
Seoond street. References required.
I nURSlSHBli ROOMS-Apply ,
1 t 117 COURT ST.
C10TTAGE Three rooms, cistern, at 257
Georgia street. Apply next room.
ClOTIAGE-No. 414 Lau ierdale, 7 rooms
I in good repair, good cistern; 'H par
month. Apply to No. 394 Main street.
2 ROOMS-Bn suite, Lee Block, third Boor
fronts A pply at No. 4 Mndison st.
WAN TED.
A SOUTHERN LADY To associate her
self with brenpon ible house and rep
resent it in her own locality. Good salary
to right party. Position permanent. Refer
ences exchanged. GAY A BROTHERS, 16
Barclay street, Now York.
MAN To not as yard and shipping clerk;
one who unde stands the lumber busi
ness. AiMrers stating s.lary expected, to
FRAN K MKKIGOL D, Merigold, Miss.
MAN To run agarg-edcer and planing
maehino; also soveral good sawmill
rod yard hunds. Addross or arply to
FRANK MKRWOLD.
Merignld Station, HoliTar county, Miss.
EM Ann SALARY TO AGENTS A d
fMA'UU dross at once, DR. SCOTT'S
RLKCTRIG GOODS, H-2 Broadway, New
York. Thu only gen uine.
EVERYBODY-!" mil end see the cele
brated Gypsy Clairroyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
GUN-A good second-hand SHOlGl N.
breech-loiter, standard make, pistol
grip, 32 inch, 12 gauge, abont 74 pounds.
Apply at room 3, Cotton Exchange.
SITUATION By a young lady as teacher
inpublioor private school. Best refer
anoe given. Adores'
A. M. T., Memphis, Tenn.
GOOD COOK-Mnst be well recommended.
Apply at this offioe.
c
I0L0RSD MAN To work in house.
Apply at u waoison street.
LADIES and Gentlemen, in city or conn
try, to take light work -at tceir hemes;
II to 83 a cay easily made; work aent by
mail: no canvassing. We have a good de
maud for our work, and furnish steady m
plovment. Address, itb stamp, CROWN
M'F'G CO .,2W V ne St., Cincinnati, Ohio .
IRL For general housework; white
JT preferred. Inquire at K'8 Hernando st.
P" OSITION-As Stenographer and Typ.i
Writer; terms reasonable. X, this office.
WHITE WOMAN-To learn new shirt
ironintr. MEMPHIS STEAM LAUN
DRY AND SHIRT FACTORY. 2-4 Second.
BLACKSMITH A good 1 laiksmith to run
aeountry shop Must also be a good
wood workman. Good wages paid. Call on
or addrasi. I). J. ALLEN A CO.,
Australia. Miss.
AN INTELLIGENT, Earnest Catholic
man to renresect a large, reM'Ooaible
Barclay street house in his own locality and
outside lare eities. A remunerative aalary
to right patty. References exchanged. Ad
drew Barclay, Box ma, ny
AGENTS With small capital. We have
something new, no risk, large profits,
joeeial 3-(liiy offer, write at orce.
EMPIH E CO., 3S1 Canal street,V. Y.
HIGH K-Tessh prices paid for old and new
FEATUtKS at 44i Main atreet.
EVERY ON E-In need of a hard, smooth,
durable and waterproof pavement or
Door, examine WATSON'S BITUMEN CON
CRETE. Telephone m.
A
LL TUOSK having damp, uuaholesome
collars to tlepn-ne
B
OARDKli? At 140 Madison; nice rooms,
good fare; transianta accommor'aton.
AGKivTS In every section of the country
for two Now Books, just ready. Sfsxul
TK8M3 to men of experience capable of fill
ing a lane territory. State experience, are
aud territory wanted. CASaELL A Cy.
Oimitedl, f Broadway, N. Y.t and 40 Dear
born afreet, Chicago.
OA-l-.SSlE.N lo everv Slate in the n ion
lO torepre'crt a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
SrxoiAi.Tiia tba Lire popular and easy sell
ing. Can re handled alone or in connects n
with ...tb goods. Address THE W M. B.
PKICb .VAKVFG. CO., BALTIMORE, MD.
mm
ff ROYAL :i.-.t Jk
Absolutely Pure.
Thli powder never TMiea. A marvel ol
parity! strength and wholesomeneaa. Mora
economical than the ordinar; kinds, and
cannot be sold in oompetition wi.h the
multitude ot low test, short weight alurc or
phosphate powdert. &IH nulp tacuifs. Roiai
Bixmn Pownae Co.. HW Wall .. .NewVe.rlr.
ANXOUXKMKiMS.
I'or Troaiee.
WE are authorised to announce JOHN
M. BRADLEY as a candidate tor
Trustee ol Shelby county at the ensu'nit
Angust election, subiect lo the action nf the
Ceuiocntio Convention.
I'or Atorney-Generl.
WE are anthorixed to announoe GEORGE
B. PETfcRS, Jr., la a candidate for
the office of Attorney-General, subiect to the
action of the Democratic Convention.
I'or Rrstlaler.
THE undersigned annonnrea that he is a
candidate for Register, and asks the
support ot the voters of Shelby county. If
eleoted, will endeavor to give satisfaction in
the discharge of the duties of the office, and
places his claims subject to the action of the
County Democratic Convention
TUG'S. It. CRENSHAW.
Memphis, March 2e, livifi.
SA. DOUGLAS, nf Kerrville, Tenn., is a
. candidate for REGISTER, subject to the
action of the Democratic Convention.
JajslKCOf tbe 4'ircalt Court.
We are authorized to announce that JOHN
JOHNSTuN ia a cand dato for Judge of the
Circuit t'ourt of Shelby County, subject to
action of the Democratic Convention.
We are authorised to announoe L H. ES
TES, JR., as a candidate for Judge of iha
Circuit Court, subject to the action cf the
PemnceHti . Convention.
STRAYE.
i) vWUlK toWS one with rope around
j head. 15 reward for their return to R.
H. BARTON, near Corve, Horrando ronl.
,WM
MOLK!.
T-TORbK
jlj. :
From Lucy Station, on the Chesapeake,
Ohio and Southwestern Railroad, on the
night of the 19th of April, one bar horse,
about 'eurieen and a half h'nds high, eisht
years old; paces under saddle; branded on
left shonMer 0: one white hind foot: both
eyea weak. Liberal reward will be paid for
bie return to W. H. BOLTO",
l.ncv. Tenn
I'EKSONAL.
f"1ALL jN MADAM PFTKKS.
Kj THE GYPSY CLAIKVOYANT.
who reveals the past, present and future
brinrs the soparated together, and causos
speedy marriages ; c:in baoonsulted in regard
to dead o- living friend or enemies. LA
DIES IN TROUBLE CALL. Having all my
Gypsy powers by in haritance and trad'tion,
never fail to give satisfaction. Call at
17 JEKKEBSON STREET, lip-stairs.
( CANCERS CAN BE CURED.
J Dr. HUNlKR, 117 Court at., remuvea
Cancers, Tumors , Ulcers and Skin Diseases,
without the knife. Consultation free.
DR. RACHEL GOWLING-Specallst In
Maternal Diseases, 27:H Main street.
REV. G. L. KNIGHT, Healing Evangel
ist, 117 Court at. Office hours, 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Come and get cured of your so
cal'ed incqrab a diseases.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and wax
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone 888. THOS. CUBBINS.
MB. TREZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
. LAW, Marina and Commercial Notary
Public, Commissioner of Deeds and U. S.
Commissioner, at the old office, No. 3 Madi
son street. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
FOR SALE.
10W A very fine fresh cow. Price, 835.
Apply to josiru uuanr.ii
At South Gate hi in wood.
riOOD second-band BUGGY
full leather
VJT top
foro, at Hall's Stable. An Union.
ON ACCOUNT of leaving the city, my
1IOUSK AND LOT, 374 Mississippi ave. ;
also, my FURNITURE.
CAPT. SE ARB. U.S.A., IPS Madison.
BUILDING LOTS-Thia sale positive
lv ends Saturday. 24th; no such chance
ever again; nocond'tintm taxes paid; Icmt
imate every way ; 278 Main at. tbariemont'.
ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS Handsome
new two story bouse and lot. 146x168,
udjeining State Female College. Also, lot,
fVxl7l), Georgia street, one block we.'t of
Main atreet Address T. A. l.nuib or J. H.
Burton, 10 Madison street.
ffin '(f CASH Valuable re'Hence lot
O-ilUU on RAYI1LKN AVE., west
side; HS'i fiet front by 26 feet deep, bogin
ningHn fcot north o Georgia st. Address
L. L. PRINCE, St. Louis.
"tUIHUAIHA
(MEXICAN) DOtJ-Good
V t ot I
for children. Apply at 17 Jefforsxn
street, up-stairs.
JpARM A Groat Bargain acrea 100
' acres partly cleared, in Dallas Co.. Ark.
Fine timber, pure water, fine atock range,
winter and summer; will seil or exchange.
FwjiartiottlarB apply a' Appeal. J. M. G.
"I UITAR One 3 8. Martin Ji Co guitar.
VT with ease. Price 8. UOl'CK'S MU
81C STORE, -iti Main street
W ELLINGTON 6TREET RESIDENCE
7 rooms, Al order, first-c'.ass neigh
borhood; rre.it bargain .
M. E. CON AWAY, W Main St.,
A SJ Y Cottage Residence
7 rooms: .VKI Lan-
vx derdale st
arpe lot. J O. PIERCE.
IJIAS0S A large assortment of tecond
hand Pianos, some as good as new.
Prices from t) uoward. A Chictering
Grand, cbe.ip fur cah.
K. WIT7.M ANN A CO.
ORG AN A good pipe organ, having two
banks of key. 24 stops, and 1 octave
pedal bass, at Second Presl,vterian church,
Memphis Address E. WfTZM ANN & CO.
''GGS Pure Plymouth Rock and Brewn
J Leghorn ergs, at 81 foe 1.
JOHNSON A- GUI.NEE, r.2 Front.
DRY BARREL STAVES. CHEAP In
ca-lota. BRINKLEY LUMBER CO.,
124 Jefferson atreet.
A
L 4 HAM A SPUN I COAL-ln any quan-
tity.
D TJiTTF.RSON A- Oft . A-entf.
IjVsG3 rna HATCHING From pure breed
Jjj Partridge Cocbin, Brown Leghorn, Black
Spani-h and Plymouth Hock stock Address
0 K E KNWOOD POI LTRY YARDS. City.
LPINE PAYING HOTEL BUSINESS oit
nated in one ot' tbe livest towns in the
South. Does a business of over 11000 per
month. Bar can be added to the business,
if desired. For terms, address
J. S. M., Boi l'C. Meridian, Miss.
A T NEWPORT NEWS. VA. 1(100 lots,5ou
r. feet water fro t, 4' feet deep. For full
Information address WM. A. DEAN,
47 Lexington street, Baltimore. Md.
T-ESS "2 -ci ST A Xt CKKriUCAf tS-
Re ' l- ' -vT and all dr' t the
o... nvVPTflV fiHiWVV'VOt
To CONFECTIONERS
And Irr Cream IHatmfdrtarer:.
M. 3T 33 AX XsIPP.
PROPRIETOR
French Chemical Works
5S JetTerHon Street.
1 ANrFACTURES SYRUPS OF ALL
L FI.AV'IHS. which he oflera at the low
price of 84 real a cllon, of any kind of
flavor. Uuality and purity rna-anteed. Ice
Crearn man u fact urera will find all kinJa of
Extracte and Iruit Coloriirge at i very low
price.
AIEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY,
nusr PUT IP HIS PROPS.
H O AT A MIDDLE WEIU'lT
TII1NK4 OF lliri'ODROSI.Vfi.
ITeruphln Defrated by SaraDiiith An
Upjatt L'tuplre llio Cause
Sjiurtiug Kutes.
An eye (jltaraed upon tbe aporting
editor of tbe Appcal as he eat at his
desk at 8 o'clock last night, and
voice solemnly doelnred, "My name is
Conuelly, middle-weight, Battm; I
am in town and ready to fight any
man in the place."
"Fight or hippodrome?"
"The man who stands np before me
most pat np his props and defend
himself. I never had a purely friend
ly boat with a man before an au
dience in my life."
"You don't give a simple exhibition
of science, then ?"
"Science, no! Science is played out
It wont draw a corporal's guard in any
of the big cities now. The thing is to
give and take hard knocks, no matter
how they are delivered. It must be
in earnest, you know. Of course big
soft gloves must be used."
"I'm afiaid tbe town is too moral
fnr you, Mr. Connelly. But President
Haudeu is away now, and, if you will
hurry up about if, yon might
get a man and a gocd crowd," the re
poiter remarked.
"I think I've found tbe man. I saw
Cummins tc-day, and aakrd bim if he
would spar me. He said he would.
And, by tbe way, he had a few rounds
with Jack Burke, I believe. Jack ia
the best fellow in the bupinene. Tbey
didn't stop bim, did they? Hippo
drome, was .t? Tbe police wouldn't
bounce a in in tor sparring with scft
gloves, would they 1 Why they dnn't
prohibit it in any cily in the United
Stales. You never hear a word about
baseball. Men are carried oft tbe
diamond every day with broken If gs,
arms and fingers. Now and then
a player is killed outright, but you
never hear a word not a word. Only
one man has ever been killed in a pro
fessional list tight. You get a good
blow now and then which knocks yon
silly, but at the worst a little cold
water will bring you ronnd all light.
A glove rately ever leaves a mark. I
I don't see why the police should in
terferfere. That kind of sport inter
ests a certain claw, and where the com
batants have reputation the audience
is as good as Patti can dtaw, so far as
the men are coccerned. The toughs
can't afford to pay. And then star
ring teaches men to ubs their fists in
stead of pislolu."
"Yon know all the pugilists, I sup
pose. ?"
"Oh, yes; l Know tnem an, irom
Sullivan .down. I wouid take mv
medicine from bim. fori 100. II j htnn't
killed anybedy yet, and he couldn't
kill me. Talking about sport.-, I met
FlemmiDg, who was knocked out by
Sullivan, lierj a while back, and I
know tbe famous Jinimie GallHgber
like a book. We made np a light and
n puree for hini in Chicago not long
ago, and be skipped out eaily in tho
morning."
Mr. Connelly is an Enlighman and
has bad a number ol battles with good
men, among them Patxy Cardiff and
George Hook. lie weighs abont 160
pounds and when in condition tips
the beam at 143. He has been at Hot
Springs for some time and his muscles
ate soft, but he evidently wants to
fight bid and in the meantime will
teach tbe noble art of self-defense to a
cla8. '
BASEBALL.
Loral Team Defeated by
Navaaaah L'lao Relet.
Tbe
tbe
The game yesterday was imperfect
ly reported at the Terrace, and as ia
usual in such cases the trouble began
just where it was sure to cause the
most annoyance. It seems strange
that the Western Union cannot con
trol its wires to a sufficient extent to
prevent country railroad stations from
breaking in on the wires just at that
particular stage of the game when a
break is least desirable. Nothing but
gross negligence can account for such a
state of fuels, and it is to be hoped
that the Western Union officials will
contrive to so arrange matters as not
to subject 300 or 400 people to in
excusable annoyance.
Th game between Memphis and
Savannah yesterday was exciting
throughout in spite of glaring errors
in thu second inning on the pare tf
Broughtoa, the new catcher, resulting
in four unourned runs. It is but fair
to Brougblon lo fay, however, ti.at his
play Improved after, the second inning
and he managed to do what few men
have succeeded in doing, stopping
Knonff's hot balls. When he gels
tboioughly Uown to his work be will
doubtless prove a valuable acquisition
to the nine.
Tbe Memphis boys played a plucky
np hiil game and in tbe fifth inning,
with the score 4 to 0 against them, tbey
pounded tbe only Nolan for five runs.
The manner in which it was done de
serves special mention. Lavin bit safe
t? center field fur one bag and para
lyzsd the crowd by stealing cecond.
Whitehead hit safe to left field for two
ba.s. Then Phelan, the old reliable
second baseman, grasped the willow
lovingly and rapped the ball
to left field for three
hags, Lavin and Whitehead scoring.
Knouff hit safe to center field for one
base, bring Pheian home. Broughton
next stepped np to tbe plate, but
through some imperfection of the re
porl, it is not known whether he bit or
not. Thi next heard was "Knouff at
second, Bla"k np, Knonfi'eteals third,
Broughton to second. Black hits to
left field for one bag, Kuoufl and
if need scorin;, Broughton on third,
Bieck steals second. Andrews flies out
to sacond, Fuseelbacb bits grounder to
sacond.out al firat, side out, five runs."
This left the score 5 to 4 in favor of
Memphis, and hopes were strong that
we would down the Savannahs again,
but that delightful consummation was
prevented by a fumble of the pitcher's
on a thrown borne, fields sc r,ng, tie-
the score. In tbe eighth inning
Fields hit Sjf : to cen'er field for
one bag and stole second, Miner
cot base on caileii balls, Nolan
struck out, Gillen hit sate for one
base, Fields tbiown out at third, Mur
ray bits grounder to Whitehead, who
fumble 1, allowing Miller to score, and
make the winning run. No more runs
oa either side were scored in the sub
sequent inning. The features of tbe
game were Knonfl' pitching, the
heavy baiting of Pnelan, Lavin
and Knouff, and the sharp fielding of
the Savannah nine. Tbe oniv Nolan
did not stntain . bis reputa'ion, and
will surely bo knocked out t f the box
before the season i over.
ANOTHER ACCOUNT.
The postponed g-ime to-day was tbe
best of the series between Sivanra'i
and Memphii. Memphis did consid
erable kicking, and in several instances
the right was clearly on her sidp.
Sneed was fined 325 and Collins $10
for disputing tbe decisions of the nm-
Tbe fallowing m t!,e cfficml
score :
SAVANNAH. B.
C'lins, r.f 1
Moriarty, 1 f 0
Hnlaiit g, r f.. 0
H.
1
1
1
0
3
1
1
0
1
l
B H.
1
1
1
P.O.
0
0
I
4
11
4
0
i
Stri.-f, 21 b 0
Fields, lt b
1
Mil lor, s a
Nc lan, p
G il n,c
Murray, 3.1 b...
. 1
. 0
, 1
6
Total.
IS
MgMPHIS. R.
Rneed, r. f 1
B ack, 1. f 0
Andrews, 1st b 0
P.O.
1
0
8
1
0
A.
1
0
0
2
0
o
Fusselbacli, s. m..
0
1
1 .
1
1
0
2
1
1
2
0
Ltvin, c. f-
WbiUhea.1,3.1 b..
Phelin, 2d b
Knouff, p....
13
2
Brjnghton, c 0
Total.
6 9
L'7 23 6
SCJRB BV INNINGS
Innings. 2 3 4 6 6 7
Savannah 1 3 0 0 0 1 0
Memphir-J) 0 0 0 5 0 0
9
0- 6
0- 6
Umpire Brrnnen.
Earned runs Memphis, 4; Savan
nah, 0. Three bane hits Thelan. Left
on bases Savannah, 8. Double player
Pbelan and Andrews. Struck out
Nolan, 3; KnoofT, 10. Ban8 on called
balls Knoulf, 4; No'au, 1. I'iwkhI
balls -GiMen, 1: Brongbtoo, 2. Wild
pitvhf s Knouff, 2. Time 2 hours
and 20 mi nut 'p.
A Blasted Vanplre.
ISPROIAL TO TBI AFrBAL.I
Savannah, Gt , April 21!. If ever a
club won a gnme of ball Memphis
should have had this game lu-ilay.
Umpire Btennan knows the game
well ennugb, and it is not tbroMigb ig
nnrance that his rotten, cne-sided de
cisions vteie made, but niaii.ly be
cause the morning papnr here came
out in to day's issue aud blamed him
for tbe defeat of the home club yes
terday. His decisions to-day on balls
and strikes were simply outrageous.
Knouff, tbe Memphis pitcher, cutting
the pla'e in half, still Breunan would
not call a strike except when he knew
the crowd was "on to Lira;" and as
for his base decisions we. 1, the Mem
phis club had no show to win after the
seventh inning When fSneeil and
Black would both earn the base by
gold plidrw, still his "giblets" would
call them out. Also others of
tbe home team, much to tbe
disgust t f tbe Memphis team, their
friends hbie and the audience in gen
eral. It was no'ioeable from the start
the Memphis club was getting the
worst of it. -'an:'gjr Sneed says his
team bos beeu badly handicapped
since their depnr!ure from home, hut
when, by ham work, hi club earns a
victory tin thinks he slicnM have the
game. H i also says he bus known
Brennan for a long while, but
never ktiew until to day be was
borne umpiie. Brennnn was t m late
last right blind drunk, and this is
probably some excuse for I is errone
ous decisions, which were to ccstly to
the Memphis club, lor no in in is nt to
act in his rapacity when be bin been
up nearly tbe wbole niitht beiore ca
rousing and drinking. Houghton, tbe
new catcher, cauvht an txce.'lent
game, and KdouU's pitching was
splendid. Bruughion mid O'l.eary
will be tbe fcatsry tomorrow for
Memphis, O'Day and Slockwell for
tbe home clnb.
Baaeball Noteo.
At Philadelphia-Philadelphia., 10;
Rochester, 2.
Probable winners tc-day Memphis,
Nashville, Augusta and Chattanooga
Ir Broughton don't make any bad
breaks tbiowing to second to-day, we
are sure to win.
Wednesday, when the rain-storm
came np in Savannah, the Savannah
Club had scored four runs, with two
men on bases and nobody out. Lovely
storm.
It is pleasing to state that tbe in
juries of Richmond, who was hurt in
the Chattanooga - Charleston game
Wednesday, are slight, he having only
sprained his ankle instead of broken
his leg, as previously announced.
The Baltimore and Brooklyn clubs
played in Brooklyn yesterday before
6000 people. The home elub played
in fine form, batted Kilroy's pitching
hard and won rather easily. Harkins
pitched with effjet, but three hita be
ing made off him. Smith's work at
short was marvelous. Score : Brook
lyn, 0; Baltimore, 3.
The Eckford Baseball Club had a
meeting Thursday night and sg eed
upon the following working nine:
McGrath, catcher; fiocco, pitcher;
Haley, fii'ot base ; Boro, second base ;
Larkin, third bafe; Smith, short stop;
Ward, left fnld ; Williams, center field ;
Carr, right field. They will play the
Athletics to-morrow evening at the
new park. .
A bout 2000 people witnessed the
second game on State n Iaiand yester
dav between the Metropolitan and
Athltitic clubs. Lynch, besides being
wild,. was batted all over tbe field.
Kennedy pitched in line form, tbe
Metropolitans making but half a
doien hits. Reipschlsger caught bad
ly. Foster was hit in the neck when
be went to the bat for the first time
aud wis forced toi retire, McLaughlin
taking his place. Score: Metropol
itans, 6; Athletic, 14.
The wretched fielding of the Pitts
burgs lost them the game vestsrday.
Miller, Carroll, Mann and Kuehne all
did poorly. Tbe batting was very
evenly distributed, although the totals
of tbe home club are higher. Cork
hill msde the only error for the home
team. Kelly's umpiring was unsatis
factory to both teams, and bad consid
erable effect od tbe score. Baldwin's
catching and Whitney's play at ahoit
were the features. Attendance, 2 '00.
Score Cincinnati, 13; Pittsburg, 7.
Tnrf Mo tea.
The races are a week and a day off.
The New Orleans races begin to-day.
The bote's are all making arrange
ments for a rush.
Editor :s looking npwi great one
by Memphis eporia.
THBroadj will be in prime rendi
tion by the time tbe races begin.
It will be welcome news to many
th,t Princess is getting hack to her old
form again.
Ligan and Kiohba are credited with
a test move of a mile and a quarter.
Bob Miles is also reported ai having
gone tbe distance.
Joe Cotton is being given slow work.
He loolfs excaediniily well and does
not show eisns of any eeriouB injury
resulting from the slight spavin with
w hiuhiie was attacked.
A nfa match has been a ranged for
the ercond day cf lbs mett'ing. Col.
Mortomory, belonging to Mr. Alva
of Mobile, was brought over hore by
Andv McCathv. and htin been
mat :hed pgainst Brown's pair, Fle'chf r
Taylor and Gov. Roberts, for J 500 a
side, to run half a mile. Tbe mates
will take place on the second day of
the meeting. McCarthy will ride
Montgomery and is now traini s tbe
Alabama horse for tbe contest.
pire.
A PHIL ISM
BUU THE BRUTE.
I.F tMOl 8 I OMU CT OK A SALA
CIOUS OLD M'Ol'NDKtL.
Arrest or llnff.ilo Jack at the Ife
tiet of Two Insulted Young
l.tuies.
Thi" who wete in the habit ot vis
iting Court Square previous to its oc
cupation by SiTt. Rogers and his
prairie d igs rosy have noticed tbe
fi.ure of an old man, soiled and
wia'ber-beateu, bis griultd locks fall
ing in tangled masses over his should
ers, occupying a bench on one of the
principal waika of tbe iquare. Day
after day, and week after week, when
tbe weather was fine, be could be seen
sitting, sitting, rarely changing bis po
sition, looking fuitively about him,
rarely or never raising his eves to tin
faco of a passer-by. He fed no nuts
to the squirrels, aever even to much
as spoke to bunuie and his soul
seemed to be dead fo the songs of the
birds in the leafy branches over his
heal. Hundreds who knew him as
"BuCalo Jack" or Jack Sheehan, the
hero, years ago, of hundred fights,
wondered what the autocrat of Pinch
could be doing si many hours upon
hours in Couit Square. It was noticed
at last that he was moit frequently
aeon in tbe af eruoon, when ladies
and children were in the habit of
vbi ing the park, aud at last
there was an indignant whisper
that he wasa vile Balaciois brute, with
a mania for making eigua of an in
decent charactur to young girls who
happeutd to pans him. He was
warned once or twics, but it appears
tint it was difficult lo fasten guilt
upon him, and he continued to oc
t'U y his eeat When S rgt. Rogers
betame the keeper of tbe Square
Buffalo Jack was ono of the adjuncts
of the place, like the squiirttis, the
fountain and the benches. In less
than a week the grizzled visitor
became an object ol suspicion,
and Sergt. Rogers put a close watch
upon him. He was at lat successful
in detecting bim in the act, and re
ported tbe ia je to Pretident Hadden,
two gentlemen who were witnesses
oflerinn to prosecute bim. Two others
declared that tbe man had procured a
number of young and innocent girls
for immoral purposes. It was at first
decided to profucuts bim to tbe full
extent of the law, but a fear of de
stioyiuir Court Square as a place
of resort frr Indies and chil
dren was Buffido Jack's salvation.
He was allowed to go with a
Bevere lectuie and a threat that he
would be arrested and prosecuted for
past ofienrus if he ever put his foot in
tbe patk again. He protested his in
nocence iu tbe face of the most con
viniing proof. But he kept away from
the Square, which has since been free
irom that or any other pollution.
Yesterday evening two young
ladies, whose names it would
not be proper to give, hap
pened to he passing by the cot
ton hed at the corner of Adams and
High stress, when they were startled
and outrnirt l bv tho cor.duct ot a man
on tbe inside o! the high wooden wall,
hut who could be p'atuly sien tbrongl
a crack near which he stood. At that
moment they noticed Capt. Haci ett
approaching and one of tbe young
ladies called him and reported the
facts to him. Tbe other, tbe more
timid of tho pair, said she had
been a witness to simil.tr con
duct on tho part of the brute
on several occasions, but did not have
the oonrage to report him. Capt.
Hackett lost no time in scaling the
fence and securing the man, who was
none other than tbe famous Buffalo
Jack, who seems to be lasciviously in
stne. He was locked np, and the $50
forfeit demanded had not been put np
at midnieht. Tne young ladies declare
their resolution to prosecute him. The
trial will probably be held by Judge
Lee with cloned doors.
THE BELT ROAD.
thi;
ENTER a'KINK CERTAIN
IK ' 4 RH I Els OI'T.
TO
l.ajrlaa; Kalla tlie Tasues Branch
-Urorarln Projeeta Mplkea
aud Nparka.
Tht-re is now little doubt Hint a
bt-ll line of railroad will be built
with'n tho next six months. Men of
capital ami inlluonce are ut. the head
of the enter prise, which will reqiiirt'
about (1 ,000,1.0a to curry out. .Several
ncres of ground will be necessary for
switching-yards, nnd other expenses
will be bt'iivy
The Yaaoo Hraarli.
Tbe Illinois Central has begun lay
in the rails on its Yozoi VaUey
branch extension, and is making go id
progress. It has also been forttiualo
in escaping from bov daur.a.nts frnm
tbe high water, having but a slight
washout in tbe Arkansas bottom,
which, however, only temporarily af
fected traffic on the lines running
toward tbe Missouri river.
fori valley aa a Kallrand ('eater.
Tbe opw ra hosd from Atlanta is
now reciiving its f nil share-of street
discussion. With Ihe new itiiroad to
Hawkinsville, running through Fort
Valley, Ga., it would be in order to
call Fort Valley a railroad center. A
man may leave Fort Valley in six dif
ferent directions. Subscriptions to tbe
stook of the new road will be liberal
when tbe time comes.
Hplaiem and Nparka.
Amehici'S wants the shops of the
Savannah. Dublin and Western rail
road, and will make an eflort to get
them.
Worn; was beirun yesterday on tbe
northern extension of the Gulf, Colo
rado and Stnta Fe to connect it with
tbe Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe.
A movement is now on loot In Alli
ens to induce tbe Augusta and Chatta-
nooua road to butld to Auguila via
Rabun Gap, instead of to Chattanooaa.
It is a much bet tar route.
The trouble jvitb the brakemen on
tbe Mobile and Ohio railroad has been
settled. Manater Talcott sgrees to
pay them $75 tier month of 2000 miles
anu 10 cents tin nour lor lay overn.
Washington. Ga , is wrought up
over tbe Augusts, and Chattanooga
railroal, which if built will pais nea'
that place. A citljftis' mettiag w.s
held to tike s.epj tiward securing the
road.
An order was issued yesterday for
the extension of the Tort Worth aud
Denver railway fifty mill's f -om Har
rold, its present terminus, in WUImr
ger county, 'o Quu'iah, in Hardeman
cuuu'.y.
The Isabella and Amwricus extsn-
I ion will be pinned through st mine,
an 1 that without asi'itg a dollar irom
either Americns or Brunswick. Tbe
extension w li be in running orlor by
November ltt.
Cait. J- C. Tcknkr will auxi-p'. a
Be,,.
Vi ORDER
nji n
ru Li
BA.MPIiXa OX- JFATVOTT XdinTIINXC-.
With c'el'-Veaaarint Cards, sent by mall on application. Yon can have a new set of Shirta
made by tending as an old one tu measure by. WRITS FOR OUR PRICKS.
HEHPniS STEAM SHIRT FACTORY,
r. CAWPHKM-
jilm Koitam
Froiirle-
I
tura.
Memphis Steam Laundry,
224 SECOND
Wa have tba Latait Improved Troy
COIXA119, COTS and (slIIUTH I.ftiindrlcd E4iil ( Mew.
CALLS AND DELIVERIES FREE. WORK CAN BK SHNT BT HAILtOR KXP&ISS. I
LAK C IT It INN A HlECIAXiTY.
position as engineer on the Memphis
and Birmingham railroad. He bts
n'so been tendered a place by Mj.
Green on tbe Georgia Midland, but
will accept tbe firtt otlxr as it is the
most lucrative. Cant. Turner says be
thinks that Athens will get both tho
Macon road and the Geoigia Midland.
.MKNKEN AMI) COMPANY
OfJer all their
KASTKR CARDS and NOV KI.TI KS
AT HALF ritlCh!
Thell 60 cards are 75c; the 11
cards 50c ; tbe fl csrds $1 50, and
to on throughout. This evening
we don't want a single one on
hand. We want merely the pleas
ant remembrance of having sold
them all at a loea.
Beyond a doubt every lady wants
for F. later Sunday
A NEtY BONNET aad PARASOL
AND
A NEW PAIR or KID WLOVL8.
Other gloves may be comfortable
and cheat), but a kid glove Is only
dressy. Remember you can get
frem us the genuine
FOSTErl FRENCH KIBSt
We are the sole and only agmitH
for the sale ol Foster's in Memphis.
Foster, I'aul A Co., who control ell
tbat comn to the United Hta'e,
s-tll the r ifloves lo no other i ouso
in Memphis. That is their sgrcp-
ment with us. S i if yon want the
Simoi-pure G KN V INK rusir.K.
vou know where lo find them.
We
lot ot
r.ym to-day a new special
GKNTH' SCOTCH SPI1S,
ALSO -
NKW STRAW and DERBY HATS,
INl'Il'DINO OUR
UNRIVALED DOLLAR HAT,
THE HOVHt THE KOYSt
Must have Bal's, Bats, Tops and
Marbles, and Raster egs, but they
must also have
CLOTHES, HATS anu 8HOKHI
To day we place 250 all-wool
Tricot and French Cassimere Suits,
4 to 11 years, at 14 85; the regular
price is fit. See them ami uuge.
MENKEN ANU COMPANY.
ton pea and t'arrinifea al W. K,
Kdwarda at II roe ' KtHibie-llie
ailiice In Ihe etly Hint hna thein
Telephone Ordera promptly attend
ed in. Telephone fcos. ana 7r.
ADDITIONAL JUVKKS.
niNiiiNNTi. April 2:5. Night River
19 feet 3 inches on tbe wiuge and fall
In.. Weather clear and warm.
Sew Ohi.bans, April 23. Night
Arrived: U. P. Hchenck, Cincinnati.
Departed : Annie P. Silver, St. Louis.
Evansvii-lb, April 11. Night Kiver
falling, with 36 feet 4 inches on the
gauge. Weather warm, with signs of
iitin; thermometer tin to " . ueymn'
ed: Ohio, Memphis, 2 p.m.
L0UIBVIU.E, April 2.1 Night River
falling, with 8 feet 10 inches in the
canal and 6 foet 8 inches on the falls.
Weather clear ami pleasant. Business
dull. Arrived: Charles Morgan, New
Orleans.
Caibo, April .3. Night River 48
feet 9 inches on the gangs and falling.
Arrived: Boas and tow, New Orleans,
1 p.m. Departed : Boat and tow, Ohio
river.l p.m. ; Harry Biown and bargee,
St. Louis, 5 p.m. Weather clear and
warm.
u- Tj.ma Ami; 2;t. Xiifht River
fell 8 inches, and now atan.is 22 feet 8
inches on, the gang. w earner ciear
.nl -arm. Arrived: City of Provi
dence, Vicksburg ; Oakland and barges,
New Orleans. Departed: R.S.Hayes
and barges. New Orleans.
W. H. MATKM.
n. f. Toor.
lri liters,
Blank Book Manufacturers
No. 272 St'oond S ret't,
(Arret BlucklJ
New aud latlt'st Styles Mock. New
Type, New Machinery.
Inerewil racllitlna .for
doing al
S.C.TDQF&GO
kinds Lithographing.
Prices a low as anywhere, North
or East,
BT'MAIL FOR
C2' n
224 SECOND ST.
STREET.
.j
Laundry Ooaapany't Machinery.
RETURN AFTER 14 YEARS
Al.SFNC K.
MEMPHIS, MIVQ
MONDAY, lllUI U
o 1 nr. ni.i rk.
Old John Robinson's
50menagekje50
3
CmCTJSESq
4!il F.I.F.YATEI NT A OF.
10
BIO SHOWS
XXV ONBI
10
j. . i-i-.'W .
$2,000,000 Invested
in this ENTKRpRisB.
$1100,000 Novelty Street Farad I
llUU.flUU Eipandad in New Failures I
1000 Men & Horses Employed
Ml Cages ol Rare and Costly Wild Aaiaaala.
IS Hun-llrlirht Coloi al Charteta.
TIMJUA AJIII-Y t
oftlnlcvcle Hidnra and Masters na fltilU.
ZBN0UIA hurled 0 Feet by Ute
Catapult I
ZOLA, ON 1IEU VKLOClPKMC,
AO Peet in Mid-Air I
KLLA ZOLA Watklnr en Stilts aa a Three
quarter Inch Wire Oil a" eel Above the
Heads of 10.U00 faoplal
A IDA Dlvea I (Ml Peel to the Cirwaaal
Mela I
7.KLA SHOT FROM THK CANNON)
Dora, the Tattooed Woman I
IliantOi, Larger than an Klephaal.
(Ilant Camel, bf Hands lllfh.
Unicorn with S Separata Ryea aad 3 Dla
limit Uorna.
ttii.OOU Double, horned Rhlnooeroe.
$30,000 Flock of Ostriches!
ttn,(IO White "lie IflppopeUraae.
IsntKI Pair ot White Hears.
rsKU Patrol Royal ilenral Tlrare.
lMM Hen of IVri'uriuiror Lions, Leop
ards and Hyenas.
I.MHK) Flock of Kanrarios.
0 Male A: Fcinalu Artists
And More Animals, Features and Noe
ell tf ibiui any Two Hhuwa
LVui'jine'l.
ir las i'rfriiliiee ISnlly.
4'lK'ap Kariirainna oa all -!
roaila h- iI Montis.
HOPKINS'
WIILLINERY
Stiikf the Iron Whilo ltlt-Hot.
In order to move er Iroiaenite atoek ww
make tba following offer:
Oood S'raw Hats at ,i :u.,11
Ka ra Fine Strw Hats at. b U . ' "g
rtraall Straw Uonsuit. all eolora "
Katra Wide nriui n.;, mr roi
rTjOwjpnBs
Beautiful Roses, all onlora,rjrdoaB
..tne
... 6e
...llto
..2F
Violets, per dmn... .......
Ituitercups, rer dole n
Carnation Pinks, per d' aen
Klerant uonne- oi rmwsn
Kaua Fine Uunoh.a of Flowers .......JMe
r ...I Vmnch Klnsrera from w Ml to
esairlrh lp lllabsarhl lr...Sa
Fruits, Leaves, Mem, an ma oi
Uriel to utike Artiloial Katwera.
Itritlitl antl Mourn Inn Outflla)
The Finest A s..ort ment of DOLIs In tne our.
Hala Keahaped. Ialk rieaned,
!.'! and t'nrled.
UOLDKN HAIR W ASH by the small or
laru" iuiintity.
We Make a Specialty of Millinery.
Emi loyinK the heat hnia in tha city, fiva
oYr whole attention lo it. and wadefeoa-pettti-jn
In tbat 'inn.
Boanl of Uinlerwrlters.
MKui'Bia. Thm., April VKlHHS.
WB, tho undersigned Agents and Haera
tnries ot the various Fire Inauranoa
s-ompatiies. doing business in Memphis,
Trnii.. hereby agree tu close our eesi.setiva
uhVaa ,15 o'clock p.m.. between -h"dat.aol
Apr I f, I, auyi bet tember 1, Ini, aahaa
hor-tof " beon our custom :
Ml UI'llY . Ml' - I'll i , Ase it-'.
V A NO ri K 1) I I.T IN-. CO.
m 'iVn'iN tnTvFI KAUEX. WS. CO.
: p'r,K"MKr?rMRAMS ISi. CO.
W II. KKNKl.aY,S-rUry.
I litLItKUT itMNB.
I W II M"ORK. tri-ratary.
J F. 1'1'N I'Orill, Se.retary.
T. II Kl'K St CO. . .
fUOPLKS INS. CO.. Memphis. T..
W. L. t arkor, Secretary and AgeaVs
JAMVS K. HKtLKi,SerrUry.
(sKFEN HKASt.Kf, Aa-nU.
V, U. ft'LLLN A CO., Asante.
OOMK IN-t. 0
MAUXA HFVsnnRF, AsenU.
UoKsTxVlRKAMAB'.J.ElNS.O.).
EOW AKO Hot B MS A CO.. Aenta.

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