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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1SS6.
AMTJSFXFNTS.
Grand MUSICAL ATTRACTION
HESBT DAT OP THE RACES.
Half Fire on all Railroads Leading to
Memphis.
PROMENADE, 1X6TRUMEXTAL AND
VOCATa CONCERT
At ESTIVA L PARK, Memphis, Tenn..
WeducMClny. laay 3
At S p.m., under the auspice of the
Heuipliia Traelc?rV Vluh.
. Prof. II. ARNOLD, Musical Director, as
sisted by his Fall Orehcstra.ennhined
with that or Prof. KICHHOKN
AaJ Ilia Celebrated Orcbeetra,
From Louisville, Ky.
73 VOICED IN THE OIIOBOl,
Under tin leadership or Pro'. 0. P.
WINKLER.
Aflinlttanee, No ohsrge fur Re
served Seats.
AlUr the exciting Raoea of tha day. viait
eri will find thia a magnificent wind-op of
the da, 's enjoyment, tha Performance will
CONCLUDE WITH A GRAND UUP.
GRAND PICNIC
GIVEN UNDER AUSPICES OF
Advance Assembly No. 5794,
K. OF L.
AT ESTIVAL PARK,
T.londay Eve.,BIay 3
Arnold's Full Land En?ag'd.
W Tho Proceeds of thl Picnic will be for
warded to St. Lonil for the benefit of the
Gould Striken.
BT Ticket, 00 Cent. ladled free.
a-The best ol order will be enforced, a
the ail air la in the hands of a oompetent
committee, acd no expense will be apared to
make it grand success.
ear Intoxicating liquors will pesitively be
prohibited.
lfOxVALDSOVS
DIME MUSEUM,
HSU MAIX STREET.
axs-This pnpnlar plaoe of amusement ia
NOW OPEN, nnder the management of
Prof. 0. A. DONALDSON.
New Attractions and tpooiaKiea will be
prefented eaeh week.
On Buturdxy .Afternoon of eaoh week,
H ALP HATES for School Children.
We inttnd to make thta place of amuse
ment special attraction for Ladies and
their Families.
ROOMS AND HOARD.
'"DOOMB AND BOARD Nowly furnished,
J. V RMVtfarxeisireet
"O00MS Furnished rooms, with or with.
. v uui oo.ru, uv 1J7 mnuiavu .mob..
00M Furnished room, with or without
poaru, ai. IM vuun etr-et.
BOARDERS wishing comfortable homes
with exceilent table accommodation
will find It greatly to their advantage to
oome to tha Polk House, 3(16 Second atreet.
Transients will bo well cared for at lesi than
one-half the uiual hotel prices.
M. W.POLK, Manager.
OOMS AND BOARD Desirable roomi
and i.oaril at 72 Mudison atreet.
ST. JAMES HOUSE-Oor. Second and Ad
aini eta, Room and board 45 per week.
Day boarders wanted.
BOARD With excellent room,
124 ADAMS STREET.
' NICE Rooma, furnished or unfurnished,
' with or without board, at 137 Madison at.
TWO large unfurnished rooma, with or
without board) at 69 MadUou atreet, oor
BerThird. WANTED.
TtVERYBODY To eall and aee the eole
Jli brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
atreet, near Poplar.
GOODMAN-Who understands gardening,
Addreea U.. thia office.
"7"0UNiS Woman, German or Irish, to de
1 work of small laniiy, ata-i romocrryst
GOOD PLAIN CO0K-(WHITE)-At 153
Georgia atreet. Fort Pickering; good
wagoa: references required.
MANAGER By the oldest Collecting
Agency In Amerioa.a Manager for a
Branch Offioe at Memphis. Be need not be
. , ,ij 1 u ii i DTii'ni I p
a law er. Aiiunni , , u. iiiniiiiii(Aiiui
Ho. 142 LaSalle atreet. Chicago.
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10 LADIBJ AND 9 K NTLB M EN If you
- wiBU M) itu jour iuiurv auiuaou or wiioi
gallon MADAME PETERS,
. 17 Jefferson atreet. np-staira.
LADY AGENTS For Mra. Campbell'.
New " Tilter ' a THter, Buatle, Hoop-
skirt and Underskirt eommnod. Hoops can
be removed and skirt laundried. Adjusta
ble to any aiie. Very faahionaole, and sella
lor (2 to every well-dressed lady aa aoon af
ghown. Agenta double their money. Also,
a lull line of new furnishing gooda for ladiea
and children. Addreaa, with stamp, K. II.
CAMPBELL A CO.. No. 484 West Randolph
atreet, Chicago, in.
"DOY Of good oharacter to drive milk
J- wagon ana assist in dairy worgrreter,
ncea required. Address DAIRY, Appeal,
THAT BIBfiE-The Child'a Bible in every
family. It delights all agea and daises.
Bee it, or tend for it, Ui Adams atreet.
f HO BUY One mare mule, medium tiie:
1. also, a deer or pairot them. Apply to
loom lu, fso. 34 Madison atreet
"NTI1RSK GIRL White nurs.airl.
LN A ppjy at 106 Adams street,
LADIES and young mon to decorate Birth
day and Kaater Noveltiea. Easily
learned: good prospects for (toady employ
ment and fair wages. Material furnished,
And all work mailed rjnfltDaid. For full in-
lormation address Dbcok.tivs A RT Works, 7
exchange Place, Boston, wags. P.O. box alia.
T71XPEKIENCED AGENTS-And corre
,Pj tpondonts for new business. Positions
Vermanent. Salary or commission. Write
to-day. Address
NATIONAL ECONOMIST. Chicago. Ill
HM finn SALARY TO AGENTS Ad
tjtjlUUU dress at onoe, DR. 6C0TT'S
ELKCIKiu GUOiJ, Broadway, new
lork. itte only gen uine.
SITUATION By a young lady aa teacher
in public or private aohool. Beat refer
ence given.. Addrest
A. M. T.i Memphis, Tenn
1 00D COOK Must be wellreoommended,
Apply at this office.
COLORED MAN To work in houae.
Apply at 72 Madison atreet.
1" ADIES and Gentlemen, in city or ooun-J-J
try, to take light work at their homos;
11 to 13 a day easily made; work sent by
mail : no oanvassing. We have a good de
mand for our work, and furnish steady em
plovment. Address, uith stamp, CROWN
m r u wa4 v ne St., Cincinnati, unio
GIRL For general housework; white
preferred. Inquire at l.r8 Hernando at.
)0SIT10N-As Stenographer and Type-
wrner; terms reasonable. A, this omro
WHITE WOMAN-To learn new shirt
ironing. MEMPHIS STEAM LAUN-
PKX Ayp bUIhT r ACT UK Y, 224 Second.
BLACKSMITH A good I laiksmith to run
a country shop. Must also be a good
wood workman. Good wares paid. Call on
or address D. J. ALLEN A CO.,
Australia, Miss
AN INTELLIGENT, Earnest Catholic
man to represent a large, responsible
Barclay f treet house in his own locality and
outside large cities. A remunerative salary
to right patty. References exchanged. Ad
dress rJAtiLAr, box low, n. l.
A GENTS ;With tmall capital. We have
... .uuieiuiuR new, iiw riea, large pruu,
. : . 1 0,1 j ,t. -, Aru
EM PI KB CO.. 381 Canal street, N. Y
EVERY ONE-In need of a hard, smooth,
durable and waterproof pavement or
- :.. n-iTonv'a nrniuvv ccv.
CRETE. Telephone .
B
OARDERS At 140 Maditon ; nice rooma,
good tare; transients accommodated.
AGE-NTS In every section of the country
for two New Books, just ready. SrimaL
Tubus to men of experience capable of fill
ing a large territory. State experience, age
and territory wanted. iAa&bij-j t-u,
(limited), 822 Broadway, N. Y., and 40 Dear
La. . , , i 'V. ;
SALKSM EN-Ia everv ij'.nte in the V ion
toreprasert a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
bi-xcu i.tim tha tare popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in oonnecticn
wiun other goods. Address t llnl w .n. t,
PKICS iAhl r J. CO., BALIUI0RE, UD,
AUCTION SALES.
Aeti0t.Saieofr8iIiilerr and Harries.
Whips, Collars, Blank, e, Bridles of all
kinds. Wagon and Curt Harness, Plow
Gear, Track Harness, Uuirey li mess, Kx
pres Harness Coach Harriett, all kinds of
Saddle., LaJis' and Hants', at J. W. Pe
ters AV Co.'s 29 Second street, commenc
ing TUESDAY, Ai ril 27th
4 M. 6Tfll""m, AucHonc-r.
AXXOUXCKMlX-S.
Jndare of the Crabale 'anrt.
117 E are authorised to announce J. P.
VV Yul'Nit as a candidate for the etti -e
of Judge of the Probate tourt, subjeetto the
aouon or tne vounty veyaocrauc Convention.
Far Trnaiee.
WE are authorii.d to announce JOHN
M. BRADLEY as a candidate tor
Trustee ol Shelby county at the entaing
August election, tubieet to the aotion of the
Deinecralia Convention.
WE are authorised to announce AN
DREW J.llAKKISata candidate for
wm l.ntiuM a th aSRma Af Pji trwi I m T.llllu
tubieet to the ao'.ioa of the Democratic Con
vention.
Far Atlaratej-Ueaeral.
WE are authorised to announce GEORGE
B. PETERS. Ja.,ss a eendidate for
the office of Attorner-tienera, subieot to the
action of the Democratio Conventioa.
For Kexlaler.
THE undersigned announce! Uiat he It a
candidate lor Register, and aska the
aupport ol the voters of Shelby county. II
elected, will endeavor to give sstisfoetion in
the discharge of the duties of the ntuce, and
81acea bis claims subject to the aotion of the
uunty Democratic Convention
mus. it. cntnsiiAw.
Memphis, March 2, m.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Kerrville, Tena., Is a
. candidate for REGISTER, subject to the
action of the Democratio Convention.
WE are anfhoriied to announce E. A.
KlhMONuMlN a a candidate for
County Register. iub;ect to the aetion of the
L'emocratiu Conreil on.
JndKeofthe t'lrrnll tonrl.
We are authorixed to announce that JOHN
JOHNaTuN is a cand date for Judge ef the
Circuit ' ourt of blielbr (Juunty, suojttt to
action of the Democrat o Convention.
Ws are authorised to imnnunea L H. ES-
TE-, JR., asacandidtto fur Judge of ihe
Circuit Court, sub.ieot to the action li the
Democratic Convention.
TAKEN I
C10W Owner can have name by proving
J proreriy and paving charges.
a. J. rionAitii, punn avenue.
STRAYED.
o
NE DARK RED COW-With biased
face; one horn eroeked; giving about
3S gallons of milk: left my i lace on Sun
day, April 2fith. Will pay a lioeral reward
on her deliver to me.
W. ri. UUUUKY, volenttno avenue.
2 WHITE C0W8 One with rope around
head. ft5 reward for their return to R.
B. BARTON, near Curve, Herrando rnai.
JPERSOXAL.
CALL ON MDAM PETER8.
THE GYPSY CLAIRVOYANT,
who revetil tha nast. nresent and future
brinss the sopsrated together, and causes
speedy marriBges; ca n beoonsulted in regard
to dead or living rrienos or enemies. iiA
DIES IN TROUBLE CALL. Having all my
Gypsy powers by inheritance and tradition,
never fail to give satisfaction. Call at
17 JEpyKHBUW HI KKKT. t'p-stair.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of tho Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and hrick
layer. Telephone S88. TUtlS. CUBBINB.
MB. TREZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
. LAW. Ajarine and Commercial Notary
Public. Commissioner ol Deeds and U. S.
Commissioner, at the old office, No. 3 Madi
ton street. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
FOB REST.
2-STORY HOUSES, Seventh and Carolina,
7 rooms. Dr. Laurence. Telephone 7ti0.
ROOMS Nice furnished rooms,
At 70 Second street.
NEW COTTAGK-A'll modern improve
ments! live rooma, bath and pantry;
3U Laudordn'e. Keys next door.
0
10TTAQE Four rooms, 68 Auotion street.
Anply at .13 inird st.
TIOU8E No. 7fi Adams street, on corner
XXihird: three atones: good repair: trom
July l, in. uoua w. cuitKt.-H,
3U3 necono street.
"KTICE RESIDENCE-377 Orleani atreet,
xN just south of Vance (on the new street
ear line); Douse in good repair, nppiyto
R. W. HARRIS. 300 Front st.
HOUSE Two story frame, 35 Market St.;
new, with all modern Improvements.
Apply to L. FRITZ, lil Main St.
F
UHNISBED ROOMS-ForgenU and for
housekeeping, at llo Court street.
TWO elegant front rooms, furnished or
unfurnished. Apply at 89 Adams st.
"DOOMS Furnished or unfurnished, at 118
J-V second street, neierenoot required.
URNLSHED BOOMS-Apply t
117 uoukx ex.
(J
10TTAGK Three rooms, cistern, at 257
Georgia street. Apply next room.
CVri'AME-No. 414 Lauierdale, 7 rooma
in good repair, good cittern; 125 per
montn. Apniy to wo. mvh wain street.
FOR SALE.
I FURNITURE On aooount of leaving the
' city, in lots to suit, furniture, at 374
Mississippi avenue-
50tQQ0 gw
cor. Donlap and Hawley,
"tllEAP FOR CASH The two-stnrv Brick
J Storehouse, No. 161 Besle street, just
east o' iiosoto: lot aixio; will take a-wj.
GEO. T. VANCE, Citnens' St. K.R, offlce.
"DHAETQN A nice double-seated canopy-
J. top Phaeton (almost new), and a nice,
sound young HORSE, three years old. well
brokoto saddle and harness, inquire at
JOCKEY CLUB STABLE,
75 Monroe atreet. Telephone 169,
G
OOD accond-hand BUGGY, full leather
top, for 85, at liall a stable, ix union.
ON MONTHLY PA YMENT3 Handsome
new two atory house and lot, 146x16a,
adinlninr Stata Female College. Also. lot.
50x170, Georgia street, one block west of
Main street. Address x. A. i,amo or J. u
Burton, 10 Madison street
C1HIHUAHUA (MEXICAN) DOG-Qood
J pet for children. Apply at 17 Jefferson
M 1 lilAnVB".) o. inniun a vu iuk.ii
J- with case. Price . HOUCK'S MU-
a i n OTtn o -ion f -: - -t... t
irt.iD n o a if . : rt- I . -
D1U d luniVi onv ilium BirPvjy-
WELLINGTON STREET REolDKNCE
7 rooms, AI order, first-olaas neigh
borhood; great bargain
M. E- CONAWAY. 2A5 Main st.
M
Y Cottage Residence; 7 rooms; 5oo Lau
derdale St.; large lot. J. u. pi num..
PIANOS A large assortment of second
hand Pianos, some as good aa new.
Prices from tft'l upward. A Chickcring
Grand, oheap lor oasn.
K. WIT7.MANN A CO.
"vRGAN A good oiue oraan. havinr two
W banks of keys, 24 stops, and 1 octave
pedal baas, at eecona rrosvtenan cnurcn,
Memphis. Address nauina
TiGGS Pure Plymouth Rock and Brawn
a 'J Leghorn errs, at II tor ID.
JOHNSON A GL'INNEE, 252 Front.
i xr n a I ii pt. CT aWCi (1 C 1 D l
D ca-lots. BRINKLEY LUMBER CO.,
121 Jefferson atreet,
AL 4 B AMA SPLINT COAL In any quan
''y... . .
V. M. PA 1 1 artaun x t;u., Agents.
r.TUQH roa HATCHING From Dura breei
Pj Partridge Cochin, Brown Leghorn, Black
Spanish and Plymouth Hock stock. Addresa
If n r. K i. V. 1'' m rv li 1 n t I A rt irn, vuy
LiUNB PAYING HOTEL BUSINESS Sit
Jj uated in one of the livest towns in the
8outh. Does a buainess of over 81000 per
month. Bar can be added to the buainess,
if desired. For terms, address
J. B. n., box urj. Meridian, ansa.
fTfaWPORT NEWS, VA.-1000 lou,500
feet water fro 1 1, 4C feet deep. For full
information addresa wm. a. USAK,
47 Leiingtoa atreet, Baltimore, Md.
TENNKobKlf STATE CEKIIFlCATKtt
Re oalvh' nvand all dnes to the
f-t. IIVKSTIIN HHOHVKNOH
Propnaalu Improvement of not
(springs Keaervatlon, Ark,
DgPARTVKKT Or Tflt IlTIt01,
Washington. Anril fi. 1H86.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at
this Depirtment until 12 o'clock m., Fri
day, April 30, Itsno, for furnishing the mate
rial and labor required in completing the cul
vert, securing hot wator springs and laying
certain iron pi, in the improvement ol
Hot Springs Reservation, at Hoi Springs,
Arkansas.
Blank forms of proposal, specifications
and instructions to bidders will be furnished
upon application to this Department, or to
the " Superintendent of Hot Springs lleier-
vatiou, at Hot Springs.
H. L. M0LDROW,
Acting Secretary
DID BLACK THROW OFF?!
IT LOOKS THAT TFAY AT TUIS
DISTANCE.
The Chat lesion Puddiug- Tnrns Oat
to Be Crow (rnersl Sport
lag Xews.
The game yeetc rday places the man
agement of the Mempbia line in a
queer predicament: The v have either
gut to admit that the Mempbia nine ia
the wont in the lea;ae, or that the
Same yesterday waa lost through the
opeleaa incompetence of its man
aRtsr. The latter theory ia proba
bly the true one. Xhera may
hart) been some ezenee for put
ting Black in to pitch, Fmselbach to
ca'ch and 8need at short. It may
have been done to give Brounbton a
chance to rest and ptepare himself for
a bard aiege to-day, bnt nothing short
of rank idiocy ccu'ldezcnae Blacks re
tention in the box alter Lis work in
the first, .second aod third innings.
They ponnded him in the first inning
tor one ran, a result aue partly to a
inmble bv the ere at American short
etnp, Sneed. This probably disgusted
Black and tempted mm. to ail appear
ances, to play at if be didn't cate to win.
Ilis Ditcbins in the second inning is
so strongly suspicious of having been
a delibtrate throw-off that he ought to
be released. The following details ot
tbe second inning, as ftirnisned by
wire, look decidedly rotten:" xiros-
nan hit to pitcher, muffed eie on first.
steals second; Powell hi'a eafoly for
twobaHS, Bfosnan scoring; Crowley
hit to pitcher, muffed, Powell ecoring;
O'Neil foul tips out; Bay flies out to
third. Now, does anybody in bis sober
aerifies believe that the two mulls o!
Mr. Black were accidental ? We can
not believe it, and it will take very
strong evidence to convince ua of it.
in the tbird inning unman nit eaie to
center field for one bag; Gardner got
base on balls; Crowley bit to leu
field for tbree bags; Powell hit
to right field for one bag.
In thia inning Charloeton scored
two runs leaving the game at the end
of the third inning & to 1 In lavor ol
Charleston. At this juncture a level
headed manager would have quietly
intimated to Mr. Black that his pres
ence waii necessary in left field, and
witn U Leery and xirongnion, or
O'Leary and Fusselbacb, aa a battery
the game might have been saved, but
either through wounding Mr. Black's
sensitive feelings, or for tome other
equally idiotic reason, no change was
made, and tne audience wno went to
the Terrace to feast on pudding bad
crow rammed down their throats to
the nauseating point. We will spare
our reader) tiie ex operating details
of thia fiasco of the game. The
Charlestons, arsi&ted by Mr. Black,
scored in five out of nine innings, and
won as thov pleased. There may be
some credulous people who believe
that this could not nave been pre
vented, but, happily, they are few in
number. Oa the 17th of this month
Mr. Black pitched in such excellent
form that the sluggers of the Macon
nine only made four hits oil him. On
the 20th he pitched against the bcB'
nine in the league and the Savannah
sluggers only got five hits, and yet in
four days he has deteriorated to so sur
prising an extent that tne "Dummest
nine in the League pounds him for
ten hits, with a total of seventeen
bases. There is something about this
that neda explanation, and the di
rectors owe it to themselves to have
the matter thoroughly investigated.
It was an open secret before Black left
here that he entertained a bitter
grudge against bneed. Perhaps it
broke out yesterday, wun tne result
above described. One thing is certain.
he played very poor ball, aod the cir
cumstances seem to point to the con
clusion that be did it deliberately
A Bother Account.
IsrioiAL to TBS irrgiL.I
Charlwton. 8. C. April 2G.
Charleston won easily to-day by a
score of 13 to 5. Tho features of the
game were the heavy bitting and fine
neiding oi toe nome leam. me visit
ors Dialed very badly and were cred
ited with eight erro. The following
is tbe score :
OFFICIAL SCORE.
CHARLESTON. B.
Say, s. a - 2
Oilman, r. f 2
Gardner, 1, f 1
Crowley, c. f 1
Brosnan, 2d b 1
Powell, 1st b 2
Holland, 3d b 1
Lanser, c 2
WeyhiDg.p 1
B H. P.O. A. K.
2 0 4 0
13 0 0
2 0 0 0
12 0 0
0 2 2 0
3 11 0 1
10 10
0 8 4 0
2 1 0
12 27 20 1
b.h, r.o. a. a.
3 3 4 1
0 0 6 2
1 13 0 0
15 2 2
10 10
0 13 1
14 3 1
110 0
10 0 1
MBMPBIH.
Sneed, s.s
Black, p
Fusselbech, c ,
Phelan, 2d b ,
Broughton, r.
O'Leary, 1. f...
Total 5 9 27 19 8
BCOBI BY INNINGS.
Innings-1 23456789
Charl'ton..l 2 2 3 0 0 0 5 0-13
Memphis..O 1000210 15
Sammary: Earned runs Charles
ton, 7; Memphie, 4. Two-base hits
Charleston, 5 ; Mempbi", 2 Total base
bits Charleston, 17 ; Memphis, 11.
Left on bases Charleston, 4 ; Mem-
Shis, 6. Bases stolen Charleston, 4;
lemphis, 2. Struck out By Weyh
leg, 12; Black, 5. First base on balls
Off Weyhing, 2; Black, 1. Double
plays Charleston, 1; Memphis, 1.
Wild pitches Charleston, 1 ; Mem
phis, 2. Passed balls Charleston, 0;
Memphis, 3. Muffed flies Memphis,
1. Time Two hours. Umpire Mc
Qus.de. , .
ajavaanah. Jaan will.
fsrgciAi, TOTSB ArrkAL.I
Savahhah, Ga., April 26. Savan
nah defeated Nashville to-day by a
score of 2 to 0. Savannah made her
runs in the second inning on a wild
throw by Schellhaso. who caught
Baker. Savannah made one error and
Nashville one. Baker struck out
thirteen and had four hits made off"
him. Moriarty struck out three and
had five hits made off him.
A ag; a. at a Chattanooga.
IsraciAL to TBI ArraAL.
Atui RTA, Ga., April 26. A remark
able game of ball was played here to
day. In the third inning ketween
Augusta and Chattanooga young
hurricane caino up, filling the air
with clouds of dust and causing a
stampede of tho andience from the
fra'l grand stand. Three thousand
people were out, and the excitement
at one timo was rather intense.
The umpire called time, and
the players temporarily susjendml
operations, A U'.'iista being ahead ; and
the blow continuing and a slight rain
falling, the two clubs were ordered to
play, only to find Chattanooga using
every endeavor to delay the
game till the threatening ruin
iiasst'd. and Augusta deliberately
Htrikm' out in oratr to liasteu
live innings. The threatened rain,
however, lailed to come on and the
game was concluded with nine in
nings, resulting in a victory for
Augusta by !l to 6. The n at urea of the
day were the hutrn crowd in attend
ance, the heavy hitting and splendid
base running ;iul eoHihing of both
clubs.
taroa.Sllmta.
smoul to TH( arriai..
Macon, Ga., April 2.-Kuily 2C00
people saw Macon defeat At'anta;
snore 6 to 3. Thia attemoon At
lanta struck out np to sixth innirg,
when she scored throw runs. Darin
this inning aa Atlanta man struck
oat, parsed ball by catcher, goes to
tbird base. On stealing home
pat out by Peroell. Atlgnt is kicked,
says not out, becanse the pitcher wa
out of the box at tbe time runner waa
put oat. At this sUge of the game
rain comer. ' Ia tbe meantime Macon
scored three runs end there wag great
confusion among tbe crowd aa to wbo
won. Tbia waa fettled in about fif
teen minutes, as the rain passed off
and game was called, Macon ecoring
three run. Miller and Lia'ter, battery
for Macona. Atlanta la led to fiDd
Miller's delivery, getting two scatter
ing hits. KhatTot sent in the box for
Atlanta, Gibson catcher. Odds are
offered that Atlanta wins to-morrow's
game. Ssort: Macus, C; Atlanta, 3.
BaaesMtll Hot.
Tan Wriehta and the Bluff Citvs
will play at lh new park Saturday for
the benefit of Colgan.
Tub stock of the Charleston Base-
ba'l Association, it ia staid, is quoted
at 130 a share, to above par.
It's a cold day when Suned doesn't
make more than one erior at short,
and yesterday was rather bo turnery.
Biciimond haa almost entirely re
covered Ir m the effects of his fall,
and will resums bis plice in the field
next week.
The Charleston team have a neat
and comfortable bath-house at the
Baseball Park, fitted np with all de
sirable conveniences.
The Eckfords were defeated by the
Athletics Sunday in well-contested
game, by a score of 6 to 5. A large
crowd witnessed Ihe game.
Tbe Chelsea League defeated a
picked nine Sunday by a score of 4 to
3. Batteries: Newton and McOarver
for tbe League and Willcox for the
picked niDe.
At Lonisville yesterday Strauss
tried to catch Ramsey, and utterly
failed, tbe Fittsburgs winning tbe
game by bis errors. Score: Louisville
3, Pittsburg 8.
If the Hon. Mr. Black can be in
duced to play at left field to-day, and
if Manager Sneed can be persuaded to
keep away from shcri stop, we may
possibly, pcrcbance, psrnaps, win a
ball from a very bum nine to-day, if
we plav in big luck.
At Columbus. Ga., lsst Thursday
the Chinagoee played an amateur club.
By tbe terms of the game the profes
sionals had to put out six amateurs
each inning. They did it easily, win
ning by a score ot 32 to 0. ihe ama
teurs got one bit.
Wanted, a new stock of excuses for
the Memphis nine. The old ones
about "want of practice,'' "crippled
catcher," etc., have beeu worn thread
bare, and are unfit for use. A liberal
reward ia offered for a brand-new
duplex-elliptic, corrugated double-back-action
excuae, warranted to lit
every case.
The only sure tip we can give our
readers to-dav is that Augusta will de
feat Chattanooga beyond a reasonable
doubt. Everything else is donbtful,
but the odds are in favor of Macon
defeating Atlanta, aud Memphis get
ting a victory lrom unarieston. ta
vannab ought to beat Nashville, but
if the "Onlv Nolan" pitches for Savan
nah the latter club is almost sore to be
beaten.
The batting of tha St. Louis club at
St. Louis yesterday waa simply snperD
and bnt tot Ihe splendid fielding ol
the Cincinnalis the latter would bave
been beaten out of their boats. The
auDDort of McKeon was not only well
sustained all the way through, bnt
was really magnificent, tha visitors
making but two errors in tbe ten in
nings, amidst all the very heavy bat
ting of the home club. Score Browns,
14 ; Cincinnati, vz.
v The Metropolitans were again de
fea'ed yesterday by the Brooklyn
club in a game at Staten Island. The
Brooklyns outplayed the Metropoli
. . . ... n.tin1..1 !!.
inuo nu uvny Junib, ii biuumny now
ing. McClellau and Phillips made a
fine tripple play in tne first inning.
Nelson was spiked ia the second
inning and Helbert took his place. In
tbe third Reipschlager was hart and
Crotty took his place. Score: Metro
politans, 3; Brooklyns, 6.
One of the largest crowds ever pres
ent at a ball match in Philadelphia
witnessed the game yesterday between
the Athletics and Baltimore. The ac
tual number of paid admissions was
12,432. The game was an interesting
one and was lest by the home club
through their inability to bit the pitch
ing of Kilroy. Only one ga'e hit was
made by the Athletics, and that was a
scratch nit in the eigtitn inning.
Mattews was alio effective, except in
the first inning, when Manning led off
with a three-bagger and was followed
with singles by Honck and Farrell.
For the home team not a man reached
second base until tbe eighth inning,
Athletics, 3; Baltimores, 6.
Ah absurd rumor went the rounds
yesterday that the reason Memphis
was del sated was that six new men
bad been added to the Charleston
Club since Saturday. There was not
word of truth in the report. The
nine that beat Memphis yesterday
was the same nine, aaan for man and
position for position, that was defeated
by Chattanooga Saturday, with this
exception, that Conway csngbt Wey
hing. 8 it u rday instead oi Laoeier.
Weybing pitched in two out of three
games that Chatunocgk won from
Charleston, and Clark and O'Neil
were the battery in the third game.
If Clark pitches to-day we may
scratch through, provided Sneed can
be kent in the iild and Black out of
the pitchei's box
JOCKEY CUB BADGES
To Be Placed Stale With Mr.
Mr. Barney Bw(bea.
To avoid the rrt at rash that there
will be for the pur base of tickets dur
ing the great lart meeting commenc
inff Monday, Mr; 3 J, weekly and
daily -badges will on sal from this
date at Barny Hnghes's office (Men
phis and Charleston railroad titket
office, 273 Main street). This will be
the greatest race meeting ever held in
the South, and will bring a greater
number of people to Memphis than
has been in it since Mardi Gras days.
It is the interest and the duty of the
merchants of Memphis to buy pro
fusely of the weekly badges and dis
tribute them among their customers.
TDE ODD FELLOWS.
SIXTY-SETEXTII AXMVEKSART
OF TIIE 0HDFK
Celebrated at the Find Baptist
Church Last Mglit-Tbe An
nual Address.
The First Baptist church, on Second
street, near Poplar, was suitably deco
rated last night and well filled with
Odd-Fellows and their families when
the sixty-seventh anniversary of the
crdtr waa celebrated. The ushers
were Messrs. R. J. Black, Thos. M.
Hcrogg. D. M. Sales, Ca.ton Heldt,
Fred Zeigler and M. Cohen. The
music, vical and instrumental, with
which the exerclsta were celebrated,
was pleasing and appropriate. The
formal exercises incidental to the an
nual celebration were participated in
by R. Pndley Frayser, noble grand ;
John M. Brooks, vice grand; R. W.
Cox, secretary; John Linkbauer, treks
uier, and the Rev. H. A. Jones, chap
lain. The oration was delivered by
tbe Hon. Halbert B. Case of East
Tennessee, Grand Master of tbe State,
who gave the following interesting
Nketrheer the Order.
The institution ot Odd-Fellows as
an organized body waa formed in Man
chester, England, in 1802. Isolated
ledges had been in existence in sun
dry p'acee for several years previous.
They were at first bumble imitations
of Freemasonry, with similar initia
tory rites, phraseology and organisa
tion, instituted for tocial and con
vivial purposes, occasionally extend
ing charitable assiatanro to members.
Too main purpose of O.ld-Fellowthip
was not fully det2rmlned upon or de
clared by laws until the formal estab
lishment of the order at Manchester,
as above stated. It was then declared
to be the fundamental object of the
order "to render assistance ti every
brother who may apply through sick
ness, distress or otherwise, conditioned
that he be faithful to the order and
well attached to the Oueen and gov
ernment." This continues to be the
basis of all its operations. Its
headquarters are at Manchester,
here tne Grand Waster and
Boird of Directors meet quarter
ly to hear appeals and transact tbe
general bualuesa of the order. In Jan
uary, 1S52, it had S24.441 members;
in January, 1878, it numbered 526,802,
with 4lL'l lodges spread over ion dis
tricts, the annual income being 520.-
000, all of which is devoted to the re
lief of the sick, alll cted, distreseod,
widowed and orphaned. The districts
are responsible for the defalcation tf
the individual lodges, and on failure
ot a district to respond assessments
are made upon the entire fraternity to
make good the deficiency. This feat
ure is justly impressing its merits up
on the Independent Order ot Odd-
Fellows, as It exists in tnis country,
and is a Btrorg tribute to the morit of
our English brothers. By this plan
no widow or orphan can be deprived
of the provisions made for her or them,
by the peculation or dishonesty of
subordinate lodges. Soonor or later
the came responsibility must attach
to our Grand Lodges and to the hav-
ereign Grand Lodge. Absolute cer
tainty tbat our local ones win receive
the benefits which we are providing
for them, is the most sincere desire of
every true Odd-Fellow, and forms a
pillar of strength in our wonderful
structure.
This branch of Odd-Fellowship ex
ists extensively in England and Scot
land. It has a few subordinate
lodges in thia country, and soma
in Australia, New Zsaland and
the West Indies, There are lodges
in Canada, Philadelphia, New York,
in all the British colonies and one in
Constantinople. A quarterly peridicel,
devoted to the interests of the order,
known as the Odd-Fellom' Magazine, Is
published at Manchester, ibis period'
ical is bold and able exponent of the
principles of Ihe order. It describes the
Odd-Fellow as "line aiox lor canning,
a dove for tameness, lamb for inno
cence, a lion tor boldness, a bee for
industry and a sheep lor useiuiness."
Qualifications, certainly, which, when
combined in one man, form tbe ele
ments of a very strong character, and
If Odd-Fellows will meet the expecta
tions existing in the public mind by
reason of the bold avowal of our able
exponent, we shall have no reaon to
blush for tne order or excuse its snort-
comings, i
The order waa introduced into the
United States In 1806. Certain mem
bers of English lodges organized a
lodge at Baltimore - in 1819, and re
ceived a charter lrom tne Mancnojier
unity. , .
The lodges In New Tork, Philadel
phia and Boston accepted charters
from the Maryland Grand iOdgn.
Reciprocal relations between the
American branch, now known as the
Independent Order of Odd-fellows,
and the order as it exists in England
bave longsince ceased. Yet the fraternal
relations between its individual mem
bers are very near and sacred, and a
sojourner of the Independent Order in
England is almost assure to receive
the band of fellowship there as in this
coun'ry, and vice versa.
The Bupreme Grand Lodge of the
United States has established lodges
tbat render it allegiance in every
State and most of tho Territories of
this Union. There are about twenty
periodicals devoted to the interests ot
the order published within its juris
diction. Its fundamental objects, in
addition to those declared by tbe
Manchester Unity, are "to visit tbe
sick, relieve the distressed, bury the
dead and educate the orphin." There
were in 1881 475,000 members of the
order in the United States. Ihe an
nual disbursements for relief of
families, burials, education, etc., were
over fl.530.(J00. There are now aDout
750 000 members of the order in tbe
United States, and for 184 it spent
for the charities named over I'A&OO.UUU,
To become a member of this order
one must bs a "free white male per
son, over twenty-one years of age, aud
be a muver in a supreme ncing.
LITERARY NOTES.
The Ckntuby for May has a pcom
"To the Memoryof H.H.," by Thomas
Wnnlcorlh Hio-oinann! another "To
Will H. Low," by Robert Louis Ste
venson, In acknowledgment nt tne
dedication ot his drawings for Keats's
- ijsmia; anu uiuem iiy oiuuo i'uei,
F. D. Hlierman, David L. Proudlit and
Anthony Morebead are tbe contribu
tions in verse, which include in"Bric-a-Brac
" pieces by David Rorty, Bessie
Chandlermd Harold van eantvooru.
Tti. Vnrlnimfit Mmifiit. Tjiruht and J2t
Inlf Manual is the title ef a work just
nnhllahail hv J. It. M ill t ' 11 ll ai n nf 142
LaSalle street, Chicago. It is devoted
to the interests of all wbo are in search
nf unrlninifvl nronertv of any kind, or
wrtm h.ra an interest in anv nld es
tate, and contains tbe names of over
8030 persons, supposed to be in Amer-
Ina wha if livinr for If dead, whoso
heirs) are entitled to estates lo this or
some other country,
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CO.. toll what
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and with seomlngly Increased severity.
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vertising. The advertiser who wants to spend
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((Hires, while for him who will invest one
hundred thousand dollars in advertising, a
cheiue 1st adicated which will meet hit
every reiiulfeuiont, or ean be made to do to
by tlightohange. easily arrived at by eorre
spondenee. One hundred and Bur-three
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Caskets and Burial Robes alwayt ea
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SBS-Wlth Increased laellitlea la our manu
factory, we are prepared lo 111 all orders for
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Cor. Second and Monroe St.,
Would oall attention of his friends
and patrons to his
NEW rSPItlSG STOCK
Comprising tha choicest and latest de
signs of Foreign Goods in the market.
Having taken special care In their selec
tion, I an pleased to say to my oustoraert
and pu'uio who favor me with a eall, to
show them lines ol goods only found In
leading housea.
Trnatce'a Sale.
BY virtue of the authority vested In ne a
Inula, of tha estate o( W. II. Boltnn.de-
eeated, at the euoeetsor In office ef C. K.
Smith, trustee, by decree of the bupreme
Court of Tennearee in ease of L. A. Cannon
vs. ti. M. Apporsen ana wners, l, isavia v.
hlaufhter, trustee as afores id, will offer for
sale, at puhlio outnry, at the eoerthouse,
door, in the city of Memphis, and sell to the
highost and best biduer, commencing
promptly at 12 o'olook m., on
Satartliiy, I tie let Dar of May, lSSS,
he following described real tttaU, to-wlt:
Tbe east half of lot 6. In block M. on the
plan of the city ol Memphis, on the north
west corner of Linden auu Driver streets, la
ssid city, having a Irunt of Hi) Icet, more or
less, on the north ide of Linden street, and
running back between parallel lines about
400 feel; the fr nt of 'he Slid lot being Ion
Icet, lest rne-hall of Driver street, taken oST
tue east side til1 .reof, leaving about HU feet)
front, tosolher with the Itnprovemente, oon
sl.ting of a two-story brii k dwelling. .
Th. .tiirMhmisM bow nccuoied bv k. M . A a-
ritfn A Co., No. Front street, and No.
Jefferson meet, renting lor 11000 per! an-
u!!.'i.I.hm Ya 0? Pnnrt HtM.1. ranting at
J"3 per month, having a front ef 'JO feet 4
Inches, by a uepin oi iin ie.i, iorw.i7
oupied by P. C. Bethel, deeeaeed. ,
House and lot 1 n north side of Union
stieet, fronting : feet, and running back to
Old Union stvoet, known as No. 371 Union,
renting or $J0 per month.
House and lot on east side of Orleans street,
M foet front by lf5 teet deep, known as lot
No. of 1. M. Tate's subdivision.
Alo. lot No 7, tamo subdivision, S2V,il5.
Lot No 8 of W. R Uarrit'a subdivision,
on Cow Inland road, conUiuiug U 7S-ltal
""Terms One-third cash, Ihe bilanee in Is
months, with interest, secured by lien. The
tit es are per eot, but I sell only as truate.
Futtber information oan be "btaine-l trout
tie underMgned. D. 0 t,'l,Aii(Urf r.K.
Trn-tee estate W. It, 1) jl'.ou, dee d.
R. D. Joiduo, Attcraey.

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