Newspaper Page Text
ESTABLISHED IS 10.
MEMPHIS, TENX., WEDNESDAY, MAY .r, .18SG.
VOI. XLVI NO. JOG.
S ll 1A I J a"i I J
A PITCHED BATTLE
KETVTEEH ANARCHISTS AND TO
L10KHEN AT CHICAGO.
Least Six or tke Latter KUled,
Besides Large Si obi be r
. F1T8 1T0UADE0.
IxlitJT Bomb the Mlwllea Cited
Jj the Miscreants I'anfie
of the Troable.
Ct-icuuo, III., May 4. 10:37 P.J.
A report baa just been leceived that
nix pclicemen hare bem killed in the
hay tusrkat, where the anarchists tn
' ho! ding a meeting.
THE rjBST VICTIM IIKUll.UT IN.
A n:un who was 8 atiding ia thu
crowd ri:? ivcd a pistol b.ii! in his
thicii, ai-.d has j'ltt bjen hrunx'.t to
the J.'i:t:n', p:ici ttat;im. lie ettj
thtc. diu.c'r me I reg te of a sine!
hy dm of tu s'..e.a')B!H a S'pud i.l olii
:t;u; ira.vLe,-d lo- totingspc-aker'a
S'u..d KeMo one r-h'. Uh-( ''kill tl.tf
dr. .''..' Alrrcst as 8m. n i 1
W-r.di :.:t I hp'-n uttered, three bo.ncs
ter a D'.vn i'oiu th . emnd ml trie.
wdrtrf :;e tqusd i f ilii;j!s. Tiiey
x j i ' .:!-: .r.n'.utrl;, ii i litre iiic..-.e!i
fed, o cf r j eif K'Hiii l-.ii, aad a ;vcial
el' tua ;c!al;s b did not P'ca-of. Au
Olli'UT CM llK J let RrrlT'.'il f OJl till'
scare, mvn ;l)':ii6 h uuly f ny doubt
t!,.:t at ku:t
FIVE OI'IKTIS H'IRC KILILI)
J i . r.fi liviptf on t le Wet i i lo.
mti::y fe)'i iie.i from tho s:me of f .i
d Muti ace. p, rf.f,..rt. th.-t. the tot,lv
fl'.n Ot liiij buillS, Willi ll WHS trlfjUC
wai iat!r.t!y fallowed by a fusil.ida cl
rtvo vtr LiiDia.
MOKK l'OnEKK.ST ACCOUNTS
are cr'Kiiri;; in, and they point to
inu."h move disastrous xtlrav than at
tint leporta'. Atom 200 t tliiserj had
bta dtbiiled to atund the tuteting,
and had been in the vicinity since the
accttdiets had begun to asetinble. At
the time cf the throwing of
bombs the crowd had dwindled
down to lera taan 1000. The ut
t trances of tbe speakers were still ot
a uioat luHammatcry character, bow
ever, and the hoares who still re
mained grew riotous in their de
ui. anor. The police concluded to pot
- an en a to tne disturbance, and aa
vani'inp.ordered the crowd todisnerBe,
At n'rst the BJcialisig fell back alwwly,
one of the epeakers still ureiDK tbem
to fttiicd firm. Suddenly tbe bombs
were thrown, lne police retorted in1
a:a:it!y with a volley frjtn thir re
volvers. The rioters auawtred with
tbeirp, which the tcjaei ehoaed they
wor.j well provided wiih. The mou
Bpp:.ff d cnia with
A KANATiC DESIBU FOK III.OCI).
ai d holding i's tround, poured vol
!ev altor vol.'ey itit t"ie midat of the
oliker.v The latter (iit(ht jTlsntly
and ct a;t dlsnrea tne :noo and
telesred tlie marktt p'ane. They are
now Kuaiuirx every arp'oacn to tbe
place, aud c o one is alio e i thrre. In
media'.ely nlier the first explosion, tke
ouinom who were lelt slandin drew
their revolvers and fired round f at
ror.udinto the mob. large cumbers
ef theen fell, and as tney dropped,
were immediately carried (o tbe rear
and into the many dark alley-ways by
their friends. No estimate of the
oaeualties can be given, bat
the police at tbe Desplaines
street station say that fully fifty of
them were wonnded. The arnn ttoree
in i.h- vicinity are crowded with peo
pia who were hurt, and doctors have
been telephoned to in all directions.
Bifore tie firiatr had cetssd the
aeiahboring police a'a ions were
turned into t'mporary hospitals At
II o'c'ock taenty policemen It yon the
a or ol tna lit spumes street station
all disabled and nearly half that num
ber seriously so. Others were re-
ported to be (till lying in the open
tquars either dead or wounded. A
telephone mesflege from one of the
- hoepir.-do nays that a wounded officer
br'joiht thera has since died.
LATEB HE PORTS
at the Deeplainee stiest tUtion indi
cate that even more than first esti
mate i were wounded among ths sc
ciali-ts. The scenes at the station aie
heartrending. In oae large room lie
some fifteen i (fleers, and doctois are
dresiicg their wonndr. The wife of
ouu of the men has just come in, aud
upon lHrning that her husband wan
axocg the wonnded, fell dow n a faint
and bad to be carried home.
11:30 P. AT. More firing has been
heard near tbe scene of the former
trouble, and a large fore 3 of po
lice his j act lift the station
for the place. Home fifteen
sho's were beard. It is reported
that Auguct Spies is in a saloon on
Lake street and a detail of police have
been sent to arrest Lim. Tne relations
of the officers, Timothy Flsnin, Geo.
Miller aHd Rsddin, came to tbe Btatioi
a short time ago, accompanied by a
priest, and admiui itered the last sacra
ments to the three men, who are in a
dying condition. In the baeemmt cf
the station there are some ten social
ists, who are having their wounds at
tended lo. The following is a list of
tbe killed and wonnded among the
police : ,
John Mc ahull,
Chiis. V h tnuy,
.1. H. VV I on,
John A. Dyer.
A. Yl tvin,
N. J. 8h:iunrn,
1 aj just bst-n tert at the D?eoal;n?s
etrut s a iim and fays, cnnre-m-iR t
night's tioubie in the old tay rnxrket:
Aiter Pariors had coicludtd hi
pecch Sam Fielding, another noto
rious socipiis', mounted the wepon
avsd began to address the crowd, ilia
?ddrtsi wks of the most it tiitrmg'ory
deM.T.plion. lie ra'led on the men to
iirm themetlvos and to assert their
rights. He fiaa ly became so violent
hat word was Eect to the fcUt.on,
Khieb was only a block distant, aud
ln?;ieit'ir EOifltdJ, at the heed of
l.j nr n, ma'cbed to the p'a'e
There f'e mett ng w in progress,
lojlield c.t'ied np. n the cowd to dis
ti r-e,aiid Fieldii g bhouUd out t t1!
n a 'on the . wagoi, "J'o uroit!"
Ice rfuiwr arain c..l-d on them to
di .-.e, when tcddoi ly frn behind
tlfcj wfg'P, wl ich was not fi teen fret
f.m the front r.tnk of tie police, two
tlltubs were thrown ia between ths
sencd ni tind ranks of tie ine i,
with the eliecta already stated.
The second Irirg, which a h 'frl
abont an hou ratio, p.nved to be noth
in; of conFeqoince. No one ws hurt.
' IB! W0WOKO rOLUIMKN.
In tha station house where th
wunnded pohstmen are, one oir feh
low ues .oratciea on a table witb ter
rible ballet woands in his brast. A
few feet dittant a man with Utter d
cluthis aad a mortal wound la bis side
ia lying inaeneible on acrt. Around
tbe rotm in chairs, with their legs
Danaagea up, and resting on
supports ol different kinds, a'e
some fiueaa oi twemv ot the effl
ears who were wounded by tbe bombe.
xvot a grcan oi complunt is hard
fomany of ttfm. Another efficer,
wbo was found lyicg in a doorway
where he bad been oriied rr where
he bad dragged h mwlf, has just been
hrou(Lt in frightfully wounded
Ta re are some tw ai.tr of tbe er.cij.
lets m the cells ia.the bmc;nt.
.Niarly all cf tiiem are w uoueJ, and
ouo of tbtm, a jotiug fudjw oi ubaut
teLty, is dsad.
B7C1AUSTS I'XDSn AKKESr.
The following named 8 'chlit-.ta, all
of whom are oui.d-d, hav dm h
r!ocvd ULder arrest: Joe K.-.e'jtr,
Kaiil I.o, John Ue.luod, Te'. -r Liy,
Juh-i kr t-.r, AiTgupt 1 ika, Job-i T.c -iry,
lii'jir-. S' bul z, l-'iank Wrc-'., i;.
I.t i" i nt and CuhiIm ti:tiuii:a'jh r.
v I be IievtSOf I;:h ki!ln;; of fix
r'iiic'iinn h'Ul rc-uhed tho F.rdt i'--n.vrst
Hin,', Atisiri Lebt.b. a rm-iu
in i ( 1 1 (uiu.aay u, w.ts Ctcn
P lU ft O fC?te oi tl;', i;.:l.tl ( t ll tl'ie
oburvn'iona. He w.n urn sled chr.fod
WitU bti g a 8iC:i1j, nnd ia e'i;i
THE UjT OK C. l-.UTl::.i,
fofnrsscii hu itaneJ, f mi:s up i"
f!.'OAs: Osi sstjiftii:.! ded, t--; ',(
I'OeiH (itau, lair t.t;;r olliivri w;;o
tray t.i-t eirvive trit inxido,; ;-i,il
th-ity iii'ne po iiu wbo have wo tud',
n t r.y cf a m Nt s -rio-.i-i et a-aetcr, lu
tduijion to thin, pro'inldy nlty people,
nearly ell members of tha to.t.ai
iet croA'd or cW.zwa cf dm
vii.ini'y, w rj shot or oitierwija
w.-unued. Tne compi a'iou of a
dttii'odli t is nude almost impo
all', the coi f iiiim aud i x titemeut
is so great, and th-) atleDtion of o(lijer
and populace is so taken np witti the
care of the ii jared. A grt number
of these were quickly taken to differ
ent hospita's aud private honsss; so
that it may be days btf jre the full ex
tent of the horror can be brought to
MAYOR HARRIS OX
arrived at the station ai soon as possi
ble after tbe bombs bad been thrown.
He walked around among the wonnd
ed otli'xri and sooke oncoar,ig'ng
words tj them. ''I was," tail Le, "ai
tho meeting for. a while during the
time Parsons was speaking. I wet.t
fioni there to Dasplaines etre. t a'u 'oa
and U araing that there WrS no iadica
iioa cf trouble I went home to bed. I
baa hardly dote s i wbt n I hoard of the
bemb It r wicg, and camo directly to
" VVla' action wili be taken fo tu')
due the socialistic- element?" he wad
'T ciij't say now. 1 huven.it liad
tioio to thine of eny plan sircdti:s
alia r. You cn ear, bowever, th
tUu entire police foico of t'je city will
bi used to n aiatain order, and uulaw
ful gt.fiotioiia at which epptel, 99 are
made ttratening lite and property
will not be permitted."
Noene of Ibe Truuble.
Tbe oil hty market, where the
ttouble occurred, is on Rmdolph
street, and in capitis of holding f om
Jb.ttO to 20,000 men. Touching the
iquno atone corm r ii IIaUted6treet,
ueoutitt to tbe lumber-vsrd. tatk-
lng-hoHses and t factorbs such an
McUormick's. In close D'onmltv to
the oppesite side of the bay market ia
Milwaukee avenue, leading through a
wide-spn aliog disj-ict dense'y j.opn
la'.ed with Germans and Pole'. Sur
rounding the iq'itra cn every hand
are 20 cent lodging-bouses, cheap
sa'oone, and rraoy of tbe lonert dives
in tne city, it was lust tie idaoe for
such a riot to ojenr.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
New York. Miy 4 8 iven huidred
tht U'and dol'ari in gold "ai enirjtrtd
yesterday for sh'pment to Europe.
New York, May 4. The total ex
ports of produce from this port during
the past week were valued at fd.l 10,
031. Pittsburg, Pa., May 4. A large
meeting of American citizens wag
held tonight to express the sympa
thy of tho community with the Par
neil Gladstone home-rule movement
Cleveland, O., May 4. - Itobo t
Hardin?, assistant postmnnter of this
city, committed suicide tl.is morning
by f-hooting himself through the
heart with a revolver. JSo cause is
assigned for the deed.
Winnipeg. Man.,MaT4. An IrdUu
who hss arrived at VVoidMoun'a n
f'Pm Poplr Poinf, says the Yankt.m.
Bioux an! other American In lians are
threatening trouble, aad havj invited
S.tiing Bull to jiin them.
New York, May 4 In the action
recently brought by Henry Bradstreet
against the BradstreU Company to re
strain the company from using the
noma " 1 ? ra 1 1 u t rui ( ' In nitninutlinn
with its well-known weely pub.ica
tion, Judge Van Brunt, in the Su
preme Court to-day, handed down a
decision dismissing complaint with
TexarVana, Tex., May 4. At 4
o'clock this afternoon tire consumed
Ir. V. T. Hannon's residence and the
adjoining residences of B. V. Apple-
tmum, l.'l. IIIock, j. t. fllott anu
Joseph 3Iarx. tiily one bouse was
save l in the bloc. Ihe loss is eH
ti mated at S0,00; insurance i.1"00'l.
Tho block was in the finest residence
portion of the city.
Boston, Muss . Mav 4 About 2.(00
tailors I ere are on a stride. Their
employers have organized ' The Bos
ton Clothing Manufacturers' Associa
tion " The strikers assert th t the
ass ciation has been trying to get a
rule adopted to prevent strikes by pro-
fosals of arbitration, intending to I ro
ong negotiations until the didl season
sets in and then shut down a'logethcr.
New York, May 4. The Brooklyn
ugar Kerinery, the Fulton, llave-
mever. and Elders, Voeeler, Sweck A
Co. were all running to-day with
about half the usual force of men.
Mo t of the men whom they have
taken on were those w ho were en
gaged in the strike. The firm have
increased wages 18 per cent, but will
not recognize the union. lien the
men apply indivi-' Uy they are put
to woik. Tl' -v('r part of t e po
lice for- -ocen withdrawn and no
fur' .ouble is apprehended.
DM .1X0 PAI-EIECTB1C.
THE EWTOR OF THE -'MTA" AS
Before the Congresaloial Iniesti
rating Ommlitee His Opinio
of tbe Trani-actiea.
Washinotoh, M'y 4. First Assittt
nnt Sec etary Mnldrow of the Interior
Pp rtment was examined by the
Telephone Committee to-day. He
produced the letter of the Attorney
General accompanying Van B nthm--
sen's original application to tiie 1
nartment of Justice to have Biiit
brough against the Bell Company,
and read tho indorsements showing
tho reason assitmed Ly Van Bentbiiv
sen for its withdrawal. Of the Attorney-Gene
al's letter witne's said he
hail no recollection nt this time. He
believed it was not the pra tiee to re
store an application to the partv mak
COMMIMSIONkC OK I'ATSvTS MONTliOM HY
took the stand mid testilicd ns to tiie
willidratval of V;;n llfiithiiyseu'ii ap
plication. Van llcutlmyseii Imcl
culled upon liiui i:ig that he hud
decided th:it there w.m no necessity
for the proceeding, nnd a Hired liim
that the withdrawal wsa in a cord-
ouce with tiie Atturm y-(;'iHT:d's
wisiios or hi-i pe:iuis:'i'in, so the wit-
l)i.-:s ul!"vcd liiMl to withdiaw the
Ji.ip r. I di ss admitted that he had
been a little curcle.-, and Uc-UiJ Hot
do such a thing now. Nix or S'.-veu
weeks niter he Imd done Uim stupid
tliin;; sonu one ha 1 applied I'm ;i
copy ot the application, and Witue-s
leid demanded the return of the ap-
juiealiou fioni Van Beiithiivsen, an I
it had been restored to th:? files.
ISKPHKSENT TI K I ! FEV1IB
testified that he had veturned I'n.-ta
Tele;; aiih stock sent by Dr. Iloger.i
aud had ignored his invitations to at
tend meetings at his house.
Mil. CnAS, A. OAN'A
was then called. He read the follow
i g letter from E N. Hill, dat d
ashington, November 9:
"Inclosed I send you a full history
of the Pan-Electric Telephone Com
pany which I wrote some time ago;
not with a view to publication at the
time. I furnished the Tribune corres
pondent with the original information
upon which it acted. Every allegation
in this article, ex -opt the one tnat
Mr. Garland attended, the meeting at
1327 G 6treet is up n my own knowl
e ge and not hearing. If you think
it new and worthy of publication send
me s check for what it is worth, if not,
you can give it to the office cat.
K. N. lIILli.
"P. S. I shall not oiler it to any
To this letter Mr. Pana said re
directed a reply lo be made to the
ell'ect that he had concluded not to
pu'dish i . "The reason w hy I de
clined to publish Hilt's conimunica
tion," hu said, "was not that it did
not seem to be news. 1 was not
willing to take any part in attacking
tho ailmiiMstratiou or any member of
i , and that was the reason w hy Hill's
communication was not used.1'
The Chairman Do you regard Hill's
letter as an attack upon tie adminis
Witness Most r'ccidedly. I re
garded it as a scandal most injurious,
if true, to tho admin stration.
'J he Cha rman - Has the Sun since
then taken part in the discussion of
the matter from that standpoint?
Witness Always; and I have en
deavored to influence public opinion
and to influence the administration
against any prosecution of the origi
nal Pan Electric scheme of making the
United States executive a party to
The Chairman You say that you
have endeavored to influence the ad
ministration against the prosecution
of a governme t suit?
Witness Nnt particularly in the
prosecution of a patent suit. It seems
to be fatal blindness and inexpressible
folly for tho President to engage ths
United States in a private controversy.
I see no reason for tiie President be
ing involved in it, and stilt less when
the proceeding originated with a lot
of dead-beats, who should not be tol
erated in any res; cctablo party.
The chairm n inquired if he meant
the Attorney General, to which the
witness responded in the negative.
The Chair Do you refer to "-enator
Witness -No, sir.
The Cr air To the Rogers?
Witness (dryly) -They are poets.
No articles had been published in
tho Sun at the instance ol the olficers
or individuals of the Bell Company.
They had been (lUblished without so
licitation or suggestion from any quar
ter. No money had i een paid and lie
owned no stock in the Bell Company,
or in any Mudred company.
Mr. Boyle asked if tne witness had
conferred with the Bell attorney on
the general subject.
He re; lied that lie had conferred
with Mr. Dickerson, an old friend, on
the scientific question. "I have had
quite a dispute with him on the G ob
ject " Mr. Dana added.
"And yet your view seem ti have
been alike? remarked the chairman.
'They are more alike now than
they were at that timo," replied the
witness. "Mr. Dickerson, from the
firet-when the Interior Department
proceedings were pending - held that
a government suit would be brought,
while I denied it, saving that no
President endowed with good sense
and a conscientiousness of upright
ness would allow such a suit to be
brought." Witness further said that
he considered the matter generally
as a kind of scandal, in w hich the
Executive of the United Suites is
made auxiliary, lie had never fully
approved of Cleveland's civil service
principle, but there aa nothii g
about that of a scandalous nature. U
was bad politic and had patriotism.
But the Pan-Electric was of a ditler
cut nature. The scandal, he said,
consists in using tin Attorney-General
making him a stockholder and
then using th - Depirtment of Justice
to promote purposes of private specu
lation. Mr. Oites-Are you aware that lie
became a member of the association
long before he was Bppointed attorney
Witness He was a member, as I
understand it, while a United States
Senator, and instead of imitating the
esample of (ien. Lefcvre and thers,
w ho sent back t hi 4 gratuity, he kept
it. and that 1 tidn is not a
proper proceed ng. It is merely a
question whether a public olfi cr
should be interested in an establish
ment in which he may be required to
vote in his ollicial capacity.
Mr. 0tes inquired if the witness
did not know that the Utornev-Oen- '
eral had been absent when the appli-I
cation for the Memphis suit ha 1 leeu i
- Witness replied thut he had, but no
Attorney ieneral should have la-en
away and allowed such a thing t be
"Suppose he did not know that the
application was to W made," suggest
ed Mr. Oates
"He ought to have know u that there
was a mighty sharp set of fellows
arcund," repou.4cd t'ie witness The
Attorney General should not have
allowed it ; he should have resigned
rather than have had anything to do
wilh it." The case seems to U en
tirely similar to the old Credit Mo-
bilier; when members of Congress
took stock in an establishment on
whiih they were going to vote and
whoso interesla they were going to
Mr. Oates You said that the Pres
ident should have had more sense
than to permit suit to be brought.
Ycur belief, 1 think, uas very high
in the gentle nan's (the President's!
abilities hi I'oie iho elwtimi.
Witness I thought ery highly of
his abilities in some r spccls. 1 think
he was a very bad Democrat, and 1
tried very hard to beat him. 1 came
mighty rear do'ui't it, ton. He had a
tight S'p.ei. ", a plurality of only HMO
v. t 's .n .New York, and ItivVhaid
ejd t.luu. Lau.ddei'l The Demo
cratic party would he a great deal bet
ter oil' to-day, in my judgment, ii he
had been deienled.
Mr. Millard - If Mr. Garland had
found on h s return V.ul thev had
tnkeii advantage oi his ahsenco to in
stitute a suit, should ho net have ibs
conti'"i t the suit or led the depart
"That is what I think," icplied Mr.
.Vr, Mi'i.ud-Ite should have dis
continu 'd it
Mr. I 'ati.t- I le should have smashed
A HnmlHj'-Kchuiftt ContMillon in Re
Hold oil lilt UO Ii lufclnul.
ICUBUrSFUNDF.NCR OK THX J TIT A U.
TfLON, Tbkn., May 4 Bali do
gnati that, appeared hist Wednesday,
at tepi r ed to the Apckal, are pleying
havoc among stock. Your currespoud
tut lai heard from many fections
sronnd in this portion (f Haywood
county, and tbe death among stock is
alarming. E. G. Andeisin, living just
in Litiderdalo cnuoty, tbreemilne.loft
two hoists tbe first day ; Joe Hubbtrd,
a near neighbor, two; Bnn Andorson,
cniorad, rue; Itaie Oldham, one;
Fiank Wihoi. one all near neigh
bo s. Mrs. Htlin B,nd lot three
uiu Ibp on her farm, one mile from this
il'co. Widow EJ Willismp, two;
Win, Winters, (olored, onn; huieti H.
F Jones, fotir; Bobert Pickett, living
o(ur DurbsmVille, seven. There ae
miny others who hav iix-t s'eck
wh'.ee iiRius I can't n call. The tlrn
ger is g-etf, and sti ck H in demand
and wnl have to bo imported. The
g'.u.t i coming fo Wta a'ul so suddenly
is one reacoti why the 1 ss ia to heavy.
Mmypeojde did not rva iza that the
ana's were here. All thoee wbo were
prompt about using the, lilitkindcf
preventive did nut 'oie eUt't. Stock
that were in pixr o der died in many
Cottoa will til be phnted by th
10 h, if tin weather remtins good.
The e bin been no rain for ten days,
and the ground U in good conditn u
forploai ig. The gnats are a draw
back tt some txtint to farming opera
tions, but nearly every farmer is
goinii aheal aad do net stop for them
Corn will be worked out this week
and next. That pltnted in March is a
poor stand in many field'. H me farm
ers are plowing it up.
A Urgecrowd heard the Rev, Joseph
Rbea preach at the Ciimberlaod Pres
byterian church, a few miles above
here, Sunday. John Holccm's funeral
There will be a Sunday-School Coo
qsntion at Nut Bash church, two miles
and a half distant, May oOth. Dinner
will be served on the ground Satur
day. JAIILSON, TEN.V.
Jndaea Jickeo anil Hammond
Uoldlac onrl tirpnrattljr -ftudrifta
rsrlOUL TO TBI APPR1L.I
Jackson, Tsuf., May J
-LzcKiei uise, lor the past forty yearH
a citizen of this county, died at liiH
home, in tho Eight District,, to-day, in
the seventy-seventh year of his age.
Mr. ',, N. Wright, trustee of Madi
son county, is seriously i 1, and there
is but little hope ol his recovery.
Judges Jackson and Hamilton aro
now ludding Federal Court separately
and disposing of bu iness w ith a vim.
Judge Jackson is trying the law and
equity cases, and Judge Hammond is
hearing criminal cases.
The case of A. A. McAlcxandcr vs.
the Illinois Central railroad for J2j,
O KI for killing John McAlcxandcr at
Fulton, Ky., on the 20th of October,
18S1, was tried before Judge Jackson
to-day. and notwithstanding the
tho charge of the Judge the jury
brought in a verJict for $2000 for
plaintiff, which verdict was imme
diately set aside by Judge Jackson,
who reprimanded tho iurv for non
observance of his charge
itie grand jury was discharged to
day after having presented about 12J
THE MEDICAL MEN.
Meeting of the Americas Aenoela.
lloa at SI. I.oula.
St. Lclip, Mo , May 4. The thirty-
seveLtii tnnuat convention the
American Medical Association met iu
the Bieat nvifcic h 1 of tbe Expoutio i
huilcng between 11 and 12oil ck
this ni'on ng. A very Urge number
o; du'.eyfct', reprefciit ng uhbiIv ad
Sti es iu 'he Uni n, including nuny
tt.e inott emiueiit men in the, r
f wion, were prts 1 1 Maor Krani ii
d 1; vi red a triuf but vary c irdial a I
(iressof welcome, alter which the pre-
g amuieof tho sts.iou wjs'untiouuced,
d lit trs Irom n'Oiunent meT ied.
Ti e president ti ej reid his annual
The Atcircn MeJ'cd EJitors' As-
tociation, w oo iri hero m cotnei t on
wuu t'ie Ame'ua i Medical A-scia-iion,
buld their annul rnee"naad
e,U-ct' d the folbwirg ofli : rs tor the
e ifti g year: Prei ;dni t, Dr. John V.
.S oeuaser, Ptiiiadelphia; v'c-(-pre.i-dent,
Dr. Dndlcv N. Keynoli'a; seere
ta y, Dr. VV illiaii T. P rt-r, S,. Louis.
"Years have not seen and time
shall not see," the people sit down
quietly to sutler pain, when enter
pri e can aUord such a panacea a
BLACK m I ITCH,
HUES HE rt:EL8 MKT 1T
The Aifusta Slugger Held Dwa
t Four IllU-tfenes rie4
IsramiL to tbs irraik.l
AcoesTA, Ga.. Mar 4. Memphis
turned tbe tables to-day, aud retired
tha tome boys by a scorn of 5 to 2.
Augusta could not hit Black, whose
delivery is rjgn'ar but perplexing.
Beth nines pliyad almost perfect
games, only four errr ri being recorded.
Of course the nsu't was asurpie
here Bete are maki'g to-night that
Aumista wi I win a mjority of gimes
on tlin nine's trur, anda-e biing fieely
Ukt-n. The f I owing is the score:
AI'OIISTA. K. Blf.ro. A. X.
Hogati, I. f 1 0 2 0 1
Koppe 1,31 h 1118 0
Sylvester, of 0 0 0 0 I
M:iirtlng,L'J I) 0 12 1 O
Pn; lp, s. s 0 l 2 a t
Tor, 1st b 0 0 !l 1 0
WeieVII, p O () 1 2 0
Niltiliile, c 0 1 Ii 2 0
Hafbr'd r. f Oil 10
Tots' 2 4 21 1" 2
H. MI'IIIS. II. U 11. I'.O. A. K.
.Mantel, 1. f 1 10 0 0
Andiyus, 1 1: b 0 II t) 0 0
Ii a t, i' 0 2 0 1 0
1 r uig'atmi, i f 0 0 M 0 1
Kc.s e.t ae'i, e 0 1 10 2 0
1 civil), c. f 1 2 2 0 1
I'hi I in, 2 I h 112 10
W bib head, :!d b 1 0 II 0 0
M ni t, h. h 1 2 0 3 0
T, tal 5 !l 20 !(! 2
Time cf na ne, 1 hour, fid niiuu'es.
Kuns laiim d Mniiiptii.t, 2. Total
b:j hit Aegcs a, li; Memphis, 10.
S'ltick out By Wridtdl, ft; by Bijck,
S. Tivo bjso bits Augusta, 2.
bsftnu bieej Augivtt, 3; Alcmnhis,
ft IVssed I a h By Memphis, 2
Wi d pitches Memphis. 1. Elba
cauutht Angtis'.a, 0: Memphis, 1.
Konli caiwnt Augusta, lj Memphis,
Note. The iianie Merri't above
given as the name of Memphis sboit
stp yest-rday is probably intended
Raarlinll at Momarelllr,
Ta tbe Gdltun of tbe Appeal t
Lauranok, Tenn., May 4. A largs
crowd was prestnc at the Sjmerville
grounds to witness a magnificent nnd
tdcsdy played gams rf baseball be
tween Somerville and Lsgrauge last
Thursday. Our amateur players left
home iu line rpirila, and returned to
the gratification ot their many friends
s ill in the lead, still hoblitw the
cl a npionshic. Notwithstanding the
p 1 1 1 h I i t v of ths nmiihe, our bojs took
i be lead and cblnitBcl Somerville.
Score, 10 to 2. Tho Lagrange term are
wa't'iig impttienily for a cliRlleigi
from the Soniervillj nice soon, t ue
played under a disinterested nu p re;
ami we a' si re tbom they need not en
leittin any fuars when they come, for
thcvfl n'l receive all courtesies due
gpi.t'eniMii and a bill aud bat when
they take tho chsmnionship,
Msrorr, ia i . batlaneMiKa, .
I Braci a i, to thi Arratul
Ma -on, Ga., May 4. Chattanooga
ni'ithtrtaird d(jat at the hands of
Maron this itfternoou befors a sti all
audience. Ch ttaioiga put. Kelly In
tio box, McClun r, catcher. 1 be oca
fo ind li. tie Irom le in finding K-liy't
delivery, ami winning easily. (Jtiim
berlain and Daniel did bat'eiv work
for Macon. Chattanooga failed to hit
Chamberlain, getting six a a' taring
hits. The noma team piayiel admir
ably, oily one error being; made dur
Ingtl.e g'ln. P-iakof ObatUnooga
was fined f 10 by Umpire Brennan lor
disputing a decidon. Winners in to
day's combinations got (26 for fl,
Macon, 12; Chattanooga, 4.
harl.ataa va. Ra.hvllla.
fsrscub to TBI ArraiL.I
Chabi.kstoii, R. O , May 4. Charier-
too and Nashville had a alugairg
ma ci hero to-tiay, ami for tbe three
bou'B that tho gtuio lasted knocked
tbe ball in every direction over the
fi-tld until i's cover was nearly
pounded off. Tbo pitchers on both
sides were knocked out of the box,
and rurs and errors piled np in rapid
siiccetsion. The game wsp, in reality, a
'onteet be twee n tbe batters ol the two
'earn", nod Charleston won by hitting
it incky. Nistivillo put up the pony
bht'ery, Brynan aid E iris, but the
lica's found the former's delivety
from tho start, aud pounded him so
bully that be wa displaced in tbe
rrxth inning by O'Br en, first, base
man, who i roved still lees ellect'ne
Cii rice and Parker hold the points
f or Charleston. Thn former was not
I at'cd i lit c'ively tn. til the fifth inning,
when lie was called to tie tune of five
run. I o order tisave game Gardner
had to ba su stituted in hex. Tbe
features of tbe game were tbe bad
playing on both sides, and the disor
derly conduct of arms if the crowd
hooting and Jeering McQiode, the
umpire. Iu the sixth Inning Brvnao,
wbo bad rallied frim box to center
fi-ld, had a tinner broken in catching
a fly ball. This is a great losa to
NashviHe, as Brynan was considered
the mot t promising young pitcher in
the South. He will net be b'iIs to
pitch any more this season, and pot si
bly never again, because of thelinjio
bioken being the one ai'h which tbe
ball is controlled. Score by innings :
Charleston 2 2 0 0 4 0 3 1 4 lu
Namville 0 0 0 0 5 0 4 0 6-14
Summary: E.rnol iun Charles
ton, 0; Nashville, 8. fa e hi s
Chailee'on, 15; Nadiville. 16. "no-
base Ma Charle-ston ; Na't.vilM. 6
Three-bate hit Nnshville, 1. Total
b-ee ruts Charleston, 21 ; Nashville,
Zli. lv"Il on t aies ejna) i- l m, u;
Nadiv he, 10. Biees s erT, -('i a Ni
ton, 10: Nashviil--, 7. S'ruc.' U By
(tlsik, 2; by Gardner, 2: by Hrynan. 7.
O'Brien, 2. A'sisis Cns'len on, 10:
Nashvle, 10. rirst bass oo built Oil
Olsrk, 1; Girduer, 1: Brynan, 3;
O'Br en, 1. Errors-CoarleKton, 7;
Mahvil:e, 7. Uonhle plays iN-eehvilie,
1. Batter hit By Clark, 1. Wi'd
pitrhfi Gardner, 1; Erynan, 1;
O'Brien, 4. IVsed bulls-Pa-ker. 2,
Ea le, 6 Time Three bourj. ITm
p,re MeQu H".
Baooai.VM, 3; Athlitics, 1.
(Cincinnati, 5; Louisville, 2.
PHILADtLI'HIA, 11; Nt w Yotk, 4.
I'urmom, 10; Metiopolitens, 3,
St. Lorn Baowas, 14; Pi tabu-g, 7.
St Lrc is defetted Chlesgi yester
day in sn exciting eleven inning con
taat, Boyle pitched and Mjemcacght.
Grout Display of entirely now
HtyleH iu lints nnd llouuets.
llHAS0IiS---IniiiuMisi lino in
nil the Novelties. Sperial
Display cl Tine Uaum Var
Summer Dress (ioot!',
fiew G'oves, New Ribbon.;.
W. H. BATES),
M. V. Tuor,
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 271 Second Street.
New ami Latest St lex Stork. New
Type, Now Machinery.
Increased facllltlen fur dulaz al
Prices as low as anywhere. North
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000.
J. H. (10UW1N, l'res't. J. M. y00lHJAK, Vlce-I'res'U C. II. BAI.E, Cashier
W. H. JIRUCK.
f. M. NKLHON,
J. M, HMITII.
VV. N. WII.KKRHON.
f M. O0O0BAH,
&. T. C'llOl'KR.
0. B. llHVAM.
agar A DeaMMltory mt tke Hiatal af Tae.aaam. Traawiwita
aanam aM Wnamlat
VT? 6PRINU AND SUMMER STOCK It sow enmpl.U. eeaaltt
leU. In of the lataat and eholcat deal.na In ail th. NoraltUa ia-
trodaoad in Ionian m.rk.U.
-ar. aa to poeta aad quality, tn order to ol.r to th. publloth. latatt
luhionable aooda at r.aao nabl. nrln.1. I wl.b lo aaak. toaalal
tion of my aahwitlna of a Urn ariortia.ot of th. aioat .iMaat de
Mgot la teUl.lsiH rBOlTMaets), which are bow ready lerUe
tmp.otlon of air rrteailt and
Cor. ajtMHtntl aad
Tlt TIIE11! THY
ZKLt.NKrl'8 f Jeul'
A. I n ' ' I 'a.AA
CORSET SHOES For WEAK ANKLES Solo Aznits
aMrtjend yonr ordort or eotne and eynnvn. their rraml aa.ortmant of FlNBhuOlil.
t-llOKS AND dLIl'l'KHS.i.a
SOUXjIjIVXTnTX rte OO flOO MAIM HTnEBT '
aa-iMintmt-.l rualntum Han' Krca on Ai'vlmatlon.-aa
Dry GoodsJJoiions, Hosiery
GEIITLEMEU'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Non. 326 and 329 Main St.. Memphis, Tenn.
WE ARB IN DAILY RECEIPT MP DK-IIKuLE HPRINH ASil SITtigia
OititltH, wi'ch wa oSor to the rrmle unon t'ie molt favorable tarmt. Our prioaa
will compare favorably with those of any market in the United statu. Wa are Areata for
Teanessre Jfauuf.ictariug Co.'h PluhN, brills, Shotdlnir, Shirtinj, Etr.
O.K. HOUGK Cf Oo
Pianos and Ore:
AT LOWEST PUICKS
Shoot TlTn5 niwl Hnnl'.
B 111 W UU SI d U
And Commission Merchauls,
JJoa, 34 and IXO Jlndliou RtrectempUIx
I III. SruTT I.OPOK, N, t9,
X-i t.lc A.M. Will nrrt in .tiaird
rommuni-ii. lliin (H'UlNKs-
i'K 1 1 .renin. .nay -tn. at t . clock.
Iiufinrn of import. nee.
Br orter ll. F. CAVAHAOII. W.M.
A tt.nt: A . 9. MYaa. ftrntttr.
T0W ISTDKTISJB 10CHAN0IHAT8f
-i forth, flnriii. Ilittii harrm.4elh.lr
awMHtran-r, es4 AM Kit , I k.
rri K. haj to. Laraait HtMk la the
put. Th.r eiaeriae all th. Lla NotsU
lira; Ibey ar. of th. Beit aua.ara Braeda.
la all si on ard klBda.fr.ta the lltl baby's
hat to th. n'd a-raa.ix'a. Veeet aw'i lih
folnrtd Prb. frnrn tl AO to & . We
Mil a D.rbr frt: e. aold enryiHitrra far t.
AM HO Dork-r far S
A OO rwhf farAl
A i SO Itatkr far 9 .
e'l !! -IiIIt in1d I. exaiaia our
iare tiurk ot Cbil.lrra'. Ktraw UuU.
THR HATTKIl, "111 MAIN MT.
Phytdtdiiii, r-nrgeoa ami .tpi'iiuclirr,
ltKdHS'l'l! ANU HH'llM:,
::.':5 !;iln Mret-l, ;ir t niotl,
N I'll I after tliii
l;iti. I ill oir,' at .rl-
V lt. .;i I
i , r iihi i, "it. .iih'H ol
tei tin i wf I' n,ii-., Joy.
1 .!i II v intihuo to aikil
I l'i,,ui .l..y t ) .1 iv
KUAXK A A -:-,K, lloccivor.
Iblrei iruiii lai'tin (a I'lirelmi.
fr, su Inic -4.0 ,,'r -ul, t rltti
.Mii,ile ricl.eiin ,V Co., Meiiipliln
Planti l lire anil Varlue I a Mil',, lie
4'.uii;-iiiiy of Mempliis,
Wnariiis, Tr.ni , April '.'J. IFHil.
tP'll' iiinu, ii nu el' ilia .-luck olJir.
I nt i ti i i' iiiii miy will In. halil hl tuuir of
In', No. 41 .Miiili.on itrntt.-im
Vt'fHlurkility, liny 0, ISNd,
fur tti. Kleetton of liircflnr. in irrv. Ihao
minirymr. J. It b villi. Srirnliiry.
o-l(eslilellt hot lee,
No.iWI.K. I). -In Km l'lvnniry Court of
Shlly Cnuiity, Turoi lliuriUa 0.
lli usborly va. John (J. Itnuat or r.
It a.iioiruiR from liill wliioti I. anorn to In
tlda raiiAO Ihut tho drlmidient, John tl.
lKiueharo . It a non rasiili til of the Htate of
It la tlierefitre onlored. That he make
hla apfearaiip. hnraln, at the court houa.
oi Wiulby eounty, la M.mpbla, T.on., oa or
before t.e fimt Monday in J line, MM, and
pl.ad, ania.r or d.mur to complain
ant'a bill, r th. aam. will be tak.a for
onf.aa.d ai to hint aud .t for h.erin at
part, i and that a copy of Ibla order be ue
liabcd noa a w. a, fur lour eu'oaaiir
wc.ka, In lb. M.miihla Apaul. Ihla ttb
day of Mav, iHsa. A copr atioatt
rl. I. MnllOVVBl.L, Clerk and Matter,
ftp J. M. Hrailloy, Uaputy 0. and H.
T. A. Hyan.Vol. fur eompl'nt. wed
ORANGE GROVE TRACT CDCC
J jvcjn.jaea. a ial
Writ. y,Hir n.n In fa II m lli.t W.rr.nlt IHi n.t,
ll. 1111. .nrr-finr. ,, unilHI-.HM H.1
O., ur HI. Anun-. liny, rl. IMiaiu bi i iw.b',1
. K. 1II l.t1.!. t II., 371 M.l. Ml . f lnilnnall.
niur. in,,i")v I' l11. .,l,lr-l. III. etni-in..!! itlll.w. Till,
Kr..l t rx- lltfl-r I li lit' iir,M ul kii.uI.Iuk . I.". I
, ,,l,,tn in t,,m ntiitliiiili,M,. miun Irwt .III worllt
I. ft ,. II ."! H-r wtt. w . p., .11 Uim r,,r two y..r..
Yii'.n ., lllt .cii'llti. tour n. m. .it ! .,1, !,. Ii, lull
(Jrv.r.ir.m, Km i v Al lies riiKK.
M A ULin,
ii. k, corriH.
A ttmmiimm laa IMIaM
My MlMtiont are aiad. with ereat
tbe public, at my old tULd,
TIIEM! THY THEM!
Euxlisli YValkingiast Shoes
Hliaea, In all tlylei. are the bett latheett
Wwnla'Nlinm, ia all ahapM and atyl.t, are Ue aea-
ntort ami oett in the United Htaiet.
ZKl.LN Hll'.S llnya NhtMm are the beat thai are made.
ZKLLNKK'NChlldrvia'a KHare will tare yon money.
ZKL1.N KR'H l.4llr'NlH aatl Mliiper are Ihe b.nd
toaieet, tbapelie.it and moat atyllth. and are cheaper than any
otti.ra oi cium trail.
ZEt.LNKR'8 i.ailloa' Kiel IliUloa Nhoa.
wilb a ilk worntad bult ,n holea, ar. th. arwtatt bar
tiiini you hay. .ver taan.
rvTTAeTr-TNT Hr CA.TjTl.
FlUl VXSll Oil TIMK.
wPisTios for IJonl