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DOSE IT BY DIME.
THE XOSTXEDE CAPTURED BT
TilE SHORT HORSE.
Jenrfe T. We rrrorite. Third la the
Race Another Victory
for audestj. .
Xocisvillk, Kt., Mar 21. WeathfT
and track nood, attendant e fair. In
r.rest oente'ed in Eovert ign "at and
B.Oiblcck, Modeity leina; generally
rarded as a sore winner fcT the Mer
1 Five-eiahtb&ofatnile. Dfnaybrook
. . . . n 1 1 mn f.r n irtntl
(luoi, Barnes; int'aj Kaui v.-r-
, Ulaa Ban (95), Cenper, Jnberl '1
. Hariii; Marjory ,V'Wi oroi lVJ
, Bnina. Donnybrrok, flOO; Mar
jery, $65; Jaubert, $48; Blaaeban, $40;
Dj'nuybroek at once went into the
la.rt (n, lowed bv Albert. Blaze Ban
nd M.Herv. and the fie'd etrioeing
ont after they ba 1 mo a abort distance.
Donnvbraok was not headed, and
won very eaeily by five lengths
jery second, jauoer, f""
firxt 4;05. No matuale aold.
One mile heat. Bootblack (109
wt. Hirjiirn Pat (110 1. Withers
Firtt Heai BUing. Bjemga Pt,
CUVI- Rnntr.la-k. i48.
KMTBrolun Pat at once went to the
Unt Via waa not headed and won
easily by two lengths; Bootblack se
cond. rime-l:48. Matuale paid
Second Jbat Betting. S3vere;gn
Par, f WO? Bootblack,
They rjn cli sa togather for tbe tint
half mile, Sovereign fat ttien drew
.away and won eaeily by four lengtbe.
Time 1:49. So rantnalB told Tnere
was no advance on tbe entered selling
price lor the winner.
The Merchant' stake, one mile
.and one-eighth. Kaloolah (97),
Harria; Cay Pate (118), Ken
ardson; Col. Clerk (118), Lewis;
' Jaodesty (112), Fitzpatrick; Billy (iil
moie (122), Sto va! ; non-staiter, Phili p
b' Betting. Med 'stv, fl30; Gilmore
25; Kaloolah, $10; fl Id, J25.
Atthee-a't Clay Pata imhed into
the lead by tbre lenntbs, followed by
Modeaty and Kaloolah. At tbe one
quarter pole Modtsty dropped back,
Colonel Clark getting even with hr,
with Ka'ooah cl ss up. Clay Pate
beld bia lead to the lower tarn, where
Mod(B'y moved op, sot even with
... Clay Pa'o at tbe bead of tbe atretsh,
and then took the lead. She was not
beaded, and won easily by one length ;
Cay Pat9 second, B"ly Gilmore third,
three lengths off. Time 1:59J.
' Muluals paid $6 30.
The Ronoymede stakfs, three-quarters
of a mile. Jennie T. (112), Filz-
fa'rick; Nellie B. (107), West; Dnbme
(110), StovaL; Dakeof Boarboa (115),
' Garrison. " "
Jlefting. Jennie T., $100; Dnke of
. Bvurboc, $75; Dnhme, $i0; Htllie
' s B,$35. I - . -
The race was atarted in 'the chute.
When (he homes and colors were visi
ble Dubme had the best of it. Duke
of Bourbon clcflsd uo. It was a driv
ing finish for tbe 'ait quarter of
nie. Duhmewoa by head; Duke
of Bsurbin eecmd, Jennie T. third,
five lengths off. Time 1:161.; Mu-
tnals paid field 38. -
THB rXBlTWOOD HAKDICaP.
The following are the probable s'.art
er i for th Fleetwood baadicap; one
r mile and five-ehtbe, with the weights
and betting: MnUnee (107), $100;
Punka (107), $105; Clay .Pile (110),
$i0; Keene (106), $6; Lucky B. (118),
iMt Day of the Baltlmor JImIIb.
" ' BAumoBi, Md., May 21. Closing
day of tb Maryland Jockey Club
C mtetlng. Weather bright, track heavy,
a. atteoda.''ce large.
First Race. Patipeco staVf s, for two
,. TBur.fil.fs: flve-ciirhths of a mile
Yonng Luke won by a neck; The
.Ouesn second. Bracken third. Time
1 :06J , - .
Seeond Roc. Oae mile and a six'
t.HHi.th: ftr non-w nnen. Pasha won
at will: Loid Bwaconrfipi'd second,
Fnrnvf.ll third. Time .18.
Third Iate.VialmeB stakes, for
three-Tear-oids. ont mile and a half.
Starters : Eolean, Earns, The Brd,
Elkwood and Rock and Rye. The
-first two, belonging te the fame tUble,
hronuht SSO. Tbe Bird 22. R9ck
nd Rye I1U and Elkwood $2 in the
petals. Tbe et'.rt was not good, but
Elkwood led off, with The Bird sec
. ond. Earns third. Rock end Rye fonrth
and Eilcai last. There was no change
to the itmd. In tbe upper turn
Earus wat forward and ran head and
bead wi'h E kwooi ti the quaiter
,psB', with The Bard dote up. At the
:half-mile post The Bard was .first.
Eolean second, Earus third, Elk wjod
foaith and Rockend Ryelasf. Aicand
the lower tarn Tbe Bard was fully
three lengths ahead of Earns, and ran
fl.fv down the homestretch and fin
ished winner by two lengths ahead of
Earus, secern), ten lengths in front of
Elkwood. tbird. ILjJhbu tonrin aaa
Rock snd Jive last. Time f :45.
FourUi .Race. Uacdicap, one mile
and th" e-etrtiths. Twnbooker won at
twill: Ea'KJia ee o .tl, Joe HitchtK
Fifth K.-.Selline. one mile. Edge
ifield won by three lengths; Huron
.second, Error third. Time 1:4J
JUlla.Mterma in Nor lb CaroUma.
Chablottb, N. C, May 21. The
vain-storm which-commeoced Tuesday
morning caased lst night. Thetot8l
rainfall wasight (nchea. The breaks
in the various railroads are mostly re
paired, and trains will not be delayed.
The detiructiea of crops is immense,
and no estimate can be made of the
Joss infl cted on the farming com
munity. , '
Thousands of iami ies. have had
occasion to try the never-failing quali
ties oi Dr. .Bull's Cough Syrup, and
' they all unite in tbe praisa of this
XhUdi af Truak Ltae OOlolala.
Xkw Yobk, May 21. A meeting of
the presidents and other officers of
tbe trunk lines and their Western
connections was held at the office of
Commissioner Fink to-day for the
pnrpose of cousulting about the va
rious matters which have of late tend
ed to dis urb the smooth working of
Ihe pool. The meeting was private.
Am I mparts at JLccal DecUian.
LoriaviixB, Kv., May 21. In the
caas of John B. F. Davis of flarrcda
bog, K), against the New Jersey
Mu'ual Benefit Acsociation, the Cir
cuit Court jary has jcided in favor
of tbe p'aitt.fl. Davie wa insane and
was found dead in h t s'able. It was
regarded as a suicide, aa his discharged
pistol was f'soa ft his sire, ice
jury held that Darls was insane
' J 1.1 L.- .1... tk. o.t
wosld be fatal and therefore was acci
denta', ard instead of allowing only
the premium ha bad pa'.d to the in-(s-ance
ooaipany, gtve verdict for
the full amount oi Ins insurance, 110,-
000, uU inU rrat. Tne dt cia on n s a
pieceai-Dt i a decision miue oy jnae
Pay's in Cnlcaso a few diys ago. Con
troller Durham represented the de
fense.. - i
A MOUTH 10 BE SHUT
BV lORt l OF LAW OR K B OF
Tia UiNWl Yoqb Otrl. of Men.
hla BBtatd Bm ProlMc4 Fran
To th. Edit ot th. Apo.&I:
The levelatioD in voar colums this
morning cencerning the insane doings
of a well-known yjucg woman aooui
town are, to say the least, Btatt ing.
That vouua men Bhould become in
volved in tmbarrassirg situations by
keeoinit acnaintuce wiih femahsof
tbe clam nsmed, is nothing strange or
unusual, bit that under the shel'er of
femininity, such a crea ure should be
suffered to besmiich other innocent
and Dire ycung girls of oor
rnm-nuni v and that opsnly
and in the very offices of
onr publ colli ii's almi-t t-anacends
belief, lhieroaduct sboald be putt
ished in such a way as to make the
cure permanent. Pity or sympathy is
ont of the oueitinn. We may and
(hcuV pity ttce nnfortanates who,
cast out of'focie'y, leal lives of shame
lo get bieaJ. Bat the pereon now
posing abameletsiy before the commu
nity is a public enemy, compared with
whom Spies and Most, tne borub
tbrowcrs, are epotlefe ange's. It is
idle to say that these drivelingi
can harm no one. Only recently the
writer had occasion to trace a cr del
alandev upon one of nur best young
ladies to this verf source.
If the woman is inrane she should
be properly cared for. But if deprav
ftyislur dinesse, then the duty o!
our officials is clear, and an outraged
cimmonity will hold tham responsi
ble for its performance. pabk.nt.
MRS. PENDLITO VS DE ITH.
3Jwa . Received at
Bkkiin. May 21. Uoitad States
MinleUr Pendleton atd bis daughter,
Mry, witneswd the parade of the
Imperial Guard to day, and on return
ing to.: the American Legation they
ware baodei a telegram announcing
the death of Mm. Pendleton. Botti
ware terribly shocked. As soon a
tbe news had spread many ladies of
tbe American conny canecea
ta iympah:za with tbe daugh
ter, and Mr. Pendleton received
errsots of the lUopett sympithy
dooiall sides, roe eveaing news
ptpers otntiin patavraphs txpiessing
regret and coadolfeoce.- It Is not yet
known whether Mr. Pendle'on will
rstarn to America. It it expected that
tbe eon and tne n'her daughter, who
are now in New York, will come lo
Berlin immf diately alter the funeral
ot Mr. Pendleton.
P1XE BLl'FP. ARK.
IsrtoiAL TO TH. AFrlAUl
Pins Bloff, Ark., May 21. To day
Z T . Ford, dealer in saddlery and har
ness, became involved in a difficulty
with franjc Hays, a sreaniDoauiiB'i,
aboii'. 15 doc by Uayes, and shot the
latter dangeroi'sly in the leg. Ford
w.s arrested .and admitted to bail.
A Couple T Hoar Women JKIIIeil
, jt ht. 1.0 at..
ST. 'IiODiB, Mo.. May 21. Alfred
Burt, t negro living in Oarondelet, the
southern anburb ot'this city, mar
dtred bis wife ah out 3 o'clock this af
ternoon by cutting her threat with a
lazor.- Thecoiip'eLad been married
about six years, bat had bad much
trouble, and the wife left home la t
Monday and tamo to the ci'y. To-day
she raturned to get some of her thing",
when an a'tercation eaeued, with the
above result. Burt was arres'ed.
Abott the same time Thomas Alex
ander and LTtta Phillips, both cslored,
met at a frea and eay place on the
corner of Seventh street and Cbriatie
avenne, and dnringthe rol e Alexan
der drew a pistol and told Lotta he
wonH shoot her and a moment la'er
tbe pistol was discharged and the girl
fell dead. Alexander claims that the
pistol went off acsident'y an1 others
present think that it did. The man
Nashville, Tbkm., May 21. Allen
Carter of Kentucky, a student at the
Vanderbilt University, -to-night fell
down four flitrhtacl stairs at tne Uni
versity, and,ts if by a miracle, escaped
with only a broken foot and cash on
At an exhib:tlon given to-night by
the Nasbv 11a Athlenc Asfocittioa .
M. Foz2 bioke the amatenr high-kick
record with e'ght feet eleven and one-
balf inches to his credit.
A MOAT I.IBEBAI. FFEK !
Tbb Voltaic Bklt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send tieir Celebrated
Voltaic Sixth and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
a.Hictcd with Nervous Dt4i ity.Lose of
Vitality. Manhood, etc. Illus'rated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
rtarticulars. mailed free. Write tiem
1 A Whale Faanily Drowned.
Ksoivillb. Tkkh.. May 21. Thia
morning Sam Johnson (white), ba
rife, dauehtar. W. Hall and two nc-
f roe?, left their borne, lew mile be
iow thia citv. for L vie its, fn a boat
losd of grain and prodoce. There was
a swift current. Th boat struck
rock within twenty feet of the bank
and all bnt Johnson were driwned.
Jfo bodies have yet been recovered.
Thb most efficacious stimulants to
eicite the innii ite are AN(jOl5ll'K
BirTKKK, prepared by Dr. J. B.
i - . . ef -n, . I .4nfn-.
feits. Ask your grocer or druggiflt for
tne genuine article
Dath of Or. Dlo Lewi..
Y'JNKkrs, N. Y , May 21. Dr. Ditf
Ijewis. au hor and reformer, die I at
his home hero thia morning at 8
o'clock, after an illntss of twj or
three days, from erysipelas.
MEMPHIS, TENN., SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1886.
WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW.
MARKED IMPROVES EST IX TRE.
BUSINESS MIUATI0X, .f
Dae to the Settlement of tbe Labor
Trouble Money and General
Xkw York, May 21. Special tele
irrma to Riadttrret't indicate that a
sens b'e improvem-nt has taken pi - Cil
in (ieueri irxuu ui a uumuw v. ;
smaller interior distributing ontc f
as compared with lust week. This is
niainlv due to a material jmproverJ
ment in the labor situation, to revor
ing staple crop reports Northweet-and
South, and io br jj'hter. weather.
Evxnavide, Ind., Peoria, Indianapolis,
Ox aha, Du'uth, ew Orlenilik-n4
San Frarcisco are more pninliiiail
a n b; those announcing l ore active
demand. At Chicago g neral trade is
of moderate proportions, not
being eiual lo expectations. At
St. IiOuis the movement of
merchandise is reorted sU'8'lier
but there is no gccial change within
the week. Cincinnati is the most
conspicuous example cf those rejiort
ing an improved trade, in part owing
to the practical cessation of strikes at
that point. The prospects for good
B'igar and lice crops in Louisiana
stimulate inquiry and sales at New
Orleans, but at Kansas City, in spite
of au improved wheat and corn out
look in tributary regions, the volume
of business is leas than last week.
The New York stock market early
in the week was dull Later there
was more activity and n advancing
tendency, duo to manipulation. Gov
ernment bonds are quiet, with frac
tional changes Investment securities
are in good demand and firm. For
eign exchanee is very dull but firm.
Money was in good supply on call at
from 1 1 to 2J per cent. There is some
improvement in the demand for the
Itinus ai micriur tuum-v -cuvrio
Money is tight and ra es tend upward
at Kansas City. Country demand lor
loans has advanced the bank rate of
discount. The request for funds at
Pittsburg has increased, but the iiip
ply is plentiful, and nt Louisville
i here is a noticeable demand for New
There are probably not over 50,000
employes on strike now against 12V
000 ten days ago at twenty-thre in
dustrial centres north of the Ohio,
east of and including St, Louis. The
loss of waces throuch strikes sinc-t
May lsi has aggregated $:t,(100,CK)0 ; of
receipts by employers 12,600,000, and
of future contracts due to pro ability
of labor troubles $2t,800,00i of which
$20.4CO,000 alon refers to deferred
or nance edbuildine contracts
Wheat stiffened temporari y after
the late depression in prices, In pur
chases to cover short sales, the heavy
decrease in the visible supply and
laroe sales for export.
'Ihe temper of the larje Northwest
ern grain ruarlcet lias apparenuv o
come more bullish. No 2 red closed
at K7o. aeainst 8c a wee ago. Other
wrains are dull.. Crop new is very
fnvoriiblx. Fl ur is firm.
Pressure to sell eugar in Europe baa
caused lower prices. -Raw is oil c
and refined 1 1-1 tic at New Or.eans.
., Increased consumptive demand for
coffee has temporarily advanced quo
tations. A restricted ueinanu ue-ni-iHpn
other trrocerv staples.
The movement of dry goos from
lnmlinff distributing centers has im
nrnvd so far as jobbers are concerned
Prices of some makes of sheetings at
the East have been advanced. Print
cloth', however, are 1 10 lower. Wool
at the Eaet continue) low in price and
The outlook for the growing cotton
plant is less favorable owing to cool
weather in Mississippi ann jjouinihiih,
and lack of lain in Texas and Araan
Petroleum closes at jc, againat
72Jc last week, on new well produc
Tobacco at all Western niarkcU is In
trood demand for desirable grades,
Planting news favorable as rcg-rds
soil, weather and abundance ot p ants,
Failure, for tbe Week.
New Yobk, May 21 The buidnefs
failures occurring throughout the
cout.tiy during th latt seven days, as
renortsd f K. li. JJun & uo., nuinoer,
for the United oia'.ep. lit. snd io
Cannda. 20. aa compared with a to'al
of 178 last week and tyj tne weea
rravinns to the Inst. Bu-iuefS cssual
ties seem t bs steadily dec-earing in
cumber throughout th conntry.
TUE GREESL4W SUIT.
Tba t'banecry I?cl.lon AOlrmcd by
the Swprante Court
The Riinreme Court has affirmed tb
decree of the Chancellor in the suit of
W. B. Oreenlaw and others against
Anna L. Greenlaw and otheis. This
bill was filed on the 25th of March
1885. bv Greenlaw and w fe, and F
M. Davis and wife, against the two
minors to have cmtiin real estate
Memphis sold and the proceeds trans.
TTiitturt to thn nr.iner courts- in Texa
for reinvestment npon the terms of
J. O. Greenlaw's will. The salads
asked on the grjnud that, it is mni
f estly to the interest of the parties, first
bt cause the property it charged with
lion fnr tnxia m t li nmourvLOt 14000,
which lien is beire en'c-'-eid ,by
suit, and the pa'tiea liave no'., xthefv
wise tne means oi paying cu u
cumbiance, Bad secondly, "botjsr U
wnnM he beneficial to' remove to" and
reinvest tba estate in the" phrje wbete
thepsrties travs their permanent resi
dence. TUs bill wts sworn t j by ew.li
ol the complainants. Publication was,
made sa to tbe defendant, for whorq
s guardian t.a litem was- aprroiuui.
iendanta also aoawered in peiBort e
quoting trie gale. .. ;t
, Tli9 Chancellor sustained tha Mil,
nvitorai! thn lnnil to hn Bill . k 3:1 it
was houa-ht by II. A. Mofltnomot iar?
$12,300, who compiled wiih tlieterrfte
ot the sale, but objected -" tbecorl
flrma'ion of the mar'a rpo-t. Hw
objections are in brief : fl) rTtlat the
hilt is not file by thefgu!ar guar
dian of the iniintjt. (2) Toat the bill
A ts n t etate nbatrtrnr property the
infantowiirrarnt tledio (3) That
our s;iUntea do a-4. conterni'late arale
of lanae in fei P'teee in rrder that
Hip mo-ipfiita inav be lemoved
anoib-jr H ate. (4 Thai Miviailure to
partrtaxs wa It'" fault of com
piaiihnt' Greemaa, .arid d not
justify a sale of the mii'ois' imfirmts
in the lands. The Chaticellor over,
ruled these obi action , and the. pur
chaeer appcalea. .
ttrljr'a Probaale Ptanaatloa.
Washington apeclal: It is quite
like,'y that Lieut. Gieoly of Actic
fame will be appointed a major in the
army and assigned to duty aa an as
sistant adjutant-general. A bill hav
ing thjs object in view has ben in
tToditfed inltb houses, but it is like
Jv thai 1ie President may be induced
to appoint Greely bef-'re the bill le
cvmiea law, tea tlie death of Col. Ben
jamiff, which occurred on Saturday
last, leaves a vacancy wlrch will af
ford tie President the necessary op
jxmunrtv; and y ill make it unneces
sary th.tlhe-bill should be passed.
Everybody will be glad to he.r that
the ciUlant lieutenant is to have the
firoiuotion which he h s earned.
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SotTIIEKS 31 KTH0 OISTS.
Igr HrFtRKIX. F TZHnrHSKE
Rt-ELKCTtH HOOK AUKXT.
K.aorl al ttaa 1'oramltte on lha
U;. Bo.fc-ktch. ! ma
Kewly Elected BtHhoata.
RiiHMOitn, Va., May 21.-In the
. E. Conference to-day the report of
the special cotnmittte cn the hymn
book was recommit ten, aim mu p-ix-m
on the same subject were ordered
The Conference proceeded to the
electi'-n of connectional ollicers.
Dr. J. B. Mcrernn ot Tennessee,
was re elected book agent, receiving
107 out of 207 votes.
A. U Johnson ol lexas, was eiecteu
secretary oi the Hoard of Al asions in
lace of It A. loung oi lenneiwee.
The former secretary, Mr. imvui
Mnrtin of Ixmisville. was re-elecU'd
secretary of tae Board of Church Ex
Tbe Xew BUbop.
l'he newlv elected bishops who were
nstallcd ves erday are: The liev. Dr.
William Will luce Duncan ot rout n
Volina. tho Rev. lr. Charles nai-
owav of Mrssissippi, the Rev- Dr. Lu-
i, ii : i 1 ...,imi .i
gene uusseii iieimn m jiinmnn,
and the Rev Dr. Joseph Stanton Key
f (ieonria. They aro an leaning men
u church aBaiia.
Th Tly Eaaene Rusiell Heudrlx, D
n Knm in Favette. Mo.. Mav 17,
1847, and ia a son of Adam Hi-ndrtx,
nf the Board o( Curatotsof Central
College, lie pined tne coureu wnen
twelve years ol age, anu grnuumcu ai
iTniveis'tv when only twen-
. Tam vpars latr ho graduated
ai'aln at Union Theoloiical Seminary.
He joined Ihe Missonu uonierance in
imi and nine vears later was elec ei
Pr.ldeot cf Onttai Co lege. lie wai
a delegate tai the General Conlersnce
i icu-i sfi.i .t tne lan uenerai tjon-
111 fUkM, " - " " , ,
rence was selected cnairman oi me
nntonaiv Committee, in iviq-ii tie
went on a missionary tour with BiBhop
Marvin, and embodied an account oi
tha tr n in a P raant treatise eniuitu
"Around the World.
tv TiBV. Joenh Staunton Key, D
D , was born July 18, 1829, hia lather
and grano a'uer " " i
preacUers. 11" graduated from Emory
collee ii 1818 and entered the Geor
gia Conference tne year tot uiuk, ni
orhlrtl limn DB Ilf1 I" ""WW
locatloDi. At the division ol tne oeor
gia Conference in 18St he adhered to
tbe Suuth Of orgla Conference. He was
S'lected as delegate to tne Knmtnicji
f inference in London and the Centen
nial at Raltimore. out was nnauie to
, ' X Bl iHOl' GALLOWAY.
Th.R. Charles B. Galloway, D O
... horn in Kosolnako, alias , Bepiem
ber 1,184(1. lie j iiutd the church at
Cat) t in. in tna'- ntaie. ana ma oio
In 1W8. In 184 he be
came editor of the Temyminct Banner.
and bocamecba rman of the 8 lUe Pro
hibition Extcutive,Committee. In 1882
he became a member of the Geneial
Oopfarence, and was a delegate U the
Centennial Conference at Baltimore
in 1884 IN is editor ol tne new Or
leans Vhrintinn Advocate, and has writ
ten several books, including a treatise
on prohibition and a li!e of L'nus
Parker. .-'. . ...
The Rev. William Wallace Duncan,
D. D a South Carolina delegate, was
born at Rindolph, Macon couutv, Vs.,
on December 27, 1830. He graduated
atWoff irrl College, SparUnshurg, S.
0., in 1858, during the prosidnnry of
the late Bishop Whitman. In 185!
he joined Virginia Conh ranee, but
ws tranleirad to South Carolina in
1875, in which year he was elected to
the chair of mental and moral science
in Woffoid Coll se. He is now pio
fflts r in tnat coll' ga as well as finan
rial secretary. He was one of the
delegates t the Ecumenical Confer
ence. The Bortbcrn rre.byterlana.
M;nnbapolib, Minn , May 21. The
Pre.-byteriau Gentr! Asiembly, ia
session here, decided this morning to
hold the One Hundred li General As
s.mbly at Philadelphia, in 1888 and
to make the second Thursday cf the
session a day of jubilee in tbe
churches all over the world. Also, to
raise a cacW.ary fund of $5,000,000
for the benefit of the various church
Ffl Vhlrfc Bat Tanvn Po.
M.lom af Ilia City.
' Tlie arrw yesterday and the day
htiotcrX' tvf. oi tte bigiteat dys in
'-M.ilnft el' attendance at the Ba-ebill
raraV wnr -a otsBriru .piiciiiautD.
Twa Cb'nnwnd or o solid ii izna
lakft'aii. Af .fwn at one time makes
l)iaf tidle.'i.th8 bnslness community.
fX ht'lellr4-o'clo3k In thealUr-
.noon. aacne who win pane down
"xio.u.nn frn-n tho Cualom-
i nue loA fcwicna aireet, win nnu mo
irjJi9 m loc.ety and from every walk
of Ufa fr'iri the nrcacher t the bar
Hnrr..waitintr fcr th cara to take
. . J 7 . . . . . . f I
thwu to tne (tame, liuae hj re
rhtln In- town- rptnd pnrt of the time
t thcr rjoO'.-ronm. or ait in ambush
fortfboBO who a's r.tarninK from tbe
park, to, 'obtain tbe news of the name.
TV. ii.tf Is simrjlv b;eball-wiid. It is
aiuiivw?al fever, and has spread to
the inme:tic circle, hundreds of laJlrs
attfindi 2 rfealarlv. and reading tbe
published reports cf the game with a
much inttreat as tbtir hnsbanda,
f tliFM and sin. It ia one of ihe
thinLB tbat n.oa-B. aud iftbeeailv
(:iny.on-rJaturdav move continnes
the park won't hold the people on tbat
To Contractors and Builders
Prnnu CHICKASAW SKtiVCO. Will deliver
X tbe bet uuility ol Sand, ree of travel.
t th. ,.eit trice, umoeon ioii
Jefferieo rtratt. Talepbon. Ko. Av.
HAYll-Al hi! miJ.nr. No. Mft V.nr.
UMt, Friday RerniMi, My 21 . lS-. in b.
MT.nty i.cund y.ir of bia .., A. M. Bovu.
Du. notic of futtral will b. ivn.
WARREN 8TiKU. on ol TbmM and
J.nni. Wrro, of dii'.tb.ri., W.dolT,
M.y 9, i". iwo ytarmna nm. no.ui..
WARRF.S-Datid. infant fun at ThowM
and J.oni. Winn, Tarfd.r, Mr l. ISM),
of inlermitt.nl fev.r and ioBu.nia, aa4
St. Louii Roi'oblicin il.aw eoi y.
Trimmed Rat Department.
B.aulifully Trimmed HaU at 13, t and 17 50
Th. waathrr hai bwin elondr but now th.
un it out and wa mutt mak. up for
1'araioli at It. 13 and r. worth double.
GO TO KREMER'S TO-DAY
All th. New EhaJea Bilk Mittt, l ure, but
iuality, at ma.
Great Fan Sale To-Day.
New Misaea' and Children'l Fani lutt
TUB OPINION OP
SHI ROliMtT CHIU8TIS0N,
Unraa.t, M- D.,
PhTtlc'an to her majeatr th. Queen. Pr.l
Jent Ro,al Medloal Anoo ation, Piofoaa
oratih.tjniv.raltrol Edinburg, .to.
LleblK Co's feM Heef Ton 10
la a ramarkaM. praparatioo. It oontaina
th. nutritiv. .l.menU of th. mmpular tlbie,
ki i k... anrf hrain of saratull. e.lpfl'.a
healthy bullooke diiolr.d In rar. old.' .rr
win, lo b. preoia., aaoh v blaapooaful
contalne th. lutrltlv. al.uicata of on. nunc
ol cholc beat, on. train nd a half of pur.
onlnlne, and two .mini of Iron. It alio
. Minmtriitatl axtraot of coca, a
houth Amorlcan tonic, or whii-h Sir Robert
Chrieliion, 4. 1 , K. R- 8 . nhfaioUa to twr
anaiaatr th. Wueen, ! "lb. proaartMi or
thia wondortul plantar, th. moatrcmaxka
bl. of any knownHnlth. medical world, f rom
repeated poramal trtale 1 am eoarlnrnd that
n n L I
' jicbi Uo. vooauoei irpiouae iuuiv m.u
"Vtil YouTMrRSOCIIAN. M. D.,
Suraeon In Chief N. Y. Stale Uo.piul, Pro
f...or of urry N. V. M.diral Co l.o, x
H.alth OBioer Port of New York, eto. . aaya i
"My patient. d.ri. marked and deciiied
benent from th. Li.bi Co.'a Coca heel
'Mypracticlaamonawom.n! with warn
out, run down, d.billut.d, or.r-work.d
(chool-toachert, millin.ra, drefi-mah.ra.and
other olaiie ol iell-u.poriln women, and
they all reqnlr. a r od tonio. I bar. pr.
orlbed fallona anoT aallona of tonlol, lint
non. of tli.ra aro .quaj to our. ltUpol
tively the belt of any which I ha,, .r.r
taken myelf or ordered for my yattetita.
Opinion of Dr. H. K. Baowa t tolumbaa
avenue, Boton.) ol lb. Lieblf Co.'i Coca
Beef Tonic .
Invaluable In Dohlllty. NervnuaneH, Ma
laria, Dyipopaia, Uillomne". Nervoua and
Hick Headache, Opium Uabit. bhatter.d
Nerves Anthmaand r'emlo Indrmitlea. It
Imiirnrea apuotlto and dletl"n, enricbea
the blood, aod reinviiroralea evern oraan and
faculty. It reconUructa th. moat lhattered
and eiifoebled, reinvlnorilo" the aired and
infirm, and maku aiokly ohildr.u bloemlna
and healthy, bold by drugan". Prepared
only by th.
Now York, Parii and London. K.w York
Depot, 38 Murray itreet.
Carpenters' Picnic, Jane 2d.
SEALED BIDS for th. Park Prlrll.a.i
will be r.o.lv.d up to 6 o'clook
Hatnrday, Majr uib.
ED 8. MEDEARI3, Secretary,
lv ijioaen htbdi.
TPOR th. ben,nt or thone w o aemr. to
Ji witnun th. areat aame nf Baaeball to b.
played at Mtinphia, ai.tnao.
Memphis ts. Savannah,
The following' railroad, have InnlruoUd
their agents to aell rouna inp iicaei, or uu
tare, for tnii uay ana uai. voir
JMrmphlaand I barleaton Rallraad-
rrom Corinth, Bflia., ana an inwriueuiui.
Loal.vlilx and Jia.hlll Rallroao-
tto" Brownsville, i.Dn., ano an iowr
va.. i h..Bn..k. Ohio and Month
wr.irrn Hallrond will alio give redaevd
Other roada w-11 b. applied to f r special
rat. foraome mtur. ame.
MKWPHIN HXMIBITIOW 'Q
For Bathing- and Drinking.
Frrnh Air. I.l.bt Knoine Tha Only
BathlBK HMit In Mrmpmai.
WATER properly applied in.ld. and out
aid, of a man has more rei oaaratina
powor in It than mo,l people er. aware ot.
Lile oould b. lonaer au-Uined without food
fan without water. Waler la th. natural
j: u n.thln. im InHiHrMinaab . to life.
health and happin.M. Those persona who
a., v.. nitAn &r. aanerallv IL.raJ and virtu
ous. Belhinc tak.a th. plac. .1 in.lictn.
for nervousand weak persona and tho-.
overdosed hi drun. . m
Tu kirhand Ru.sian II M, 7 for r 00
Kieoino. bulphur.or beaball ..6Ka, 10 for 5 W
KLctrie -W. ' for J W
tt. ....,. 5ik-. 11 for 5 01
B.iih.r ;. i
He. bait ; w. for 1 00
Warm Bath, Plung. and
Hwiininina -- - ? lr 1 5?
Full, II it. or bin Bath..... c. 8 rr l
u... ( ilnU '2ha. 5 lor I
PatienU for weekly tiettm.nt from 13 6U
to 10. payable weaiy in aarann..
322 Soon. it., near Adams, M.aphis, lean
' "BO. "SUNCAN CAMTllBLLr M. D..
LL.D., F. R. H., 1'r.aid.nt Royal Colle,. of
Phvaiciana and 8uraeon, Member General
iiniv.riii nf Kdlnbura. atcaaya:
JOHN P. HANKY MOWING MACHINES
Yictar Wagon Scales, Wheel and Drag Scrapers,
WHEELBARROWS, I AWN MOWERS
DOOIt AND WINDOW SCREENS,
DesJardins, Miller & Rootes
394 1XAIN ST., MEMPHIS, TEN1V.
J. R. U0DWI5, Presn. J. M. UOUUBiK,
Boatrcl of Dlraotorai.
J. H. OOOUBAR, J.
T. I). TURlkT,
W. H. BIlUVBj.
Ba. t KLjuae
w N WlI.KRRflOn.
aa-A IBealtarT ! tba II tat. af Taaaiaaw... Traaa
Baaiaiiwa aael alwaa MaxMilal AtaaaltMa aa
Y SPRINfl AND BUMMKR STOCK U now eompl.to, eonalrt-i-VL
in, of th. lateat and choicent desiani in all the NoT.lti.. In-
. . .. ...I n .., ma-kjila. M
-are a) to oostt and quality, in oMur
nahionabl.roodii at raaionabla
Lu. .f i.i.rtii,in nf t I.,,
ina In It.MtJI.III IHOI Kl.", wnicn are now r.aur , vue
taip.ctloa 01 air iri.nae .nu
(Tor. Berond auil
Dry GoodsJJf s, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FDMISHING GOODS,
Nob. 320 and 328 Main St., Memphis, Tenn.
AUTK ARR IN DAILY RKCKIPT t)t UKdlRABLB "nr"M,E"
W MOOIfH, which w. Ofler to th. Trad, noon th. molt farorabl. terma. Onr prioal
-III .. favorably with thoM of am mark.t in th. UnlUd bUUa. W. ar. Ai.nU for
Tennessee Mannfactnrlni; Co.'a
TRY THEM ! TKY
JkV. M. f mm V aawafc W
ZL.LLN ICU'fl la
JiAUWU " w ....
C0R8KT SHOES For WEAK ANKLES-Sole . Amti
arB,n4 your .rda ar .... 0Ja AND SLPPKRs! ' "lNS B0I8
rsxnxjxjxvsm . oo boo main iTOnifiT
lava i lt4r.iluatI.B,ta( OatalocaM Bent Ifrae on AppUoation.-a
BL . .1 aVataVa '
No. 380 Mill ii
Pianos and Organs
AT LOWEST PBIOEM
Slicot Mnsic nnd Booltw.
And Commission Merchants,
Noa. 34 anil 3ft Mndlwon Btroet. Mean puts
Carriage, IIukkIo, Wngvua,
Decrins Reapers, Mowers A; all Steel RiuucrK
832 Necond Street
Oils tte 3TcfVctl Stores
Office, 349 Front
Trains Will Leave as Folio wat
10:90 a.m. 11 a.m.
1:30 p.m. 2:ip.m.
3:00 p m. :0I) p.m.
4 DO p.m. 9:00 p.m.
a a- Tickets on sal. t Depot. Tioket for
the Round Trip, 25 CKNTS. Pureha.. tlok
eta belor. tettina on train and save money.
lJeliahtful Music, Fishlna and Kowina on
tb' A. J. KNAPP. Pen. Pass. At't.
It. L. LASKI,
Phjslrlan, Nurgeon and Acconeher,
RE8IDENCB AND 0FFIC1C.
313 Mai DfSI reel, Xcar Union.
'tAPON FPRlNdS AND B ATUS (Alkaline
J Uilhia Water,; also Fine Iron a'ers).
Uampshir. Co., W. Va. No foiis. No mala
ria. Wh.ta tb. sick and overworked soon
rwover. and th. well a;. Ap'
Bend for pamphlet. W. H, bAtB. I rop
XLVI NO. 121.
Vlce-Pres'U C H. RAISE, Cashier
R. J. B
H. K. C
A. W. NEWtJOM.
Traaaarta a tacaMuraJ BaaklJ
Mlnllltnl IT, Ufl VKD imi
lu onor io in. punuou;. i.i-.i
orinee. I wiih to make ipeoiai men
aMortnient of the moet .levant d.-
iu, w, " -
PliililH. Drills, Hheetlna;, Mhlrtlnf, Ete.
XiXUVtMON fl9 OA.IjX1.
i . . ..... J
THEM I TRY THEM!
Kn - ?IMl WalKltlirfaStHnOCS
- aM - a - a - B - - C 1
hwi, In II ittlM, r th Iwtt ta th dtf
MIbhi, Id ll fhftpM ad liylai. ar th nob-
a l, I- Ika 11 if. .4 Mi. laaat
H.' Nhiwia are th. beat that ar. mad.
lldra'a Nlaeaa will eara yoa rnon.y.
IdMllaa'HkoM and nllppara ar th. hand-
and moat aiyllta, aaa ar. cn.air uu hi
ZBLLNER'8 I.adla Hid BatKia
with lilk wonUd button holea, are th. (r.ataet bar
. .lna vol har. ar.r Ht,
FOR CASH OH TIME.
IVpiw Pianon for Ron
HartieKM, Saddle, Agriculture
ana jnaruinery. i
Ntreet, Mempliift, Tenn.
Stiile the Iro While It's JI
In ord.r to mov. ana (Tcmena. stock
mak. th. followina ot.ri
Good Straw HaU at Jfx. 3So. 6flo an.'!
K ra Fin. Straw Hats ei....Jl, fl 25, 11 1.
Kuiall Ptraw BonneU, all eolors
Kxtra Wide Brim Hats, lor country
Beautiful Roses, all colors, per djen.
Vloleta, per dosen
Buttercups, per dosen..
Carnation Pinks, par dien
Kleirant Bunch.- of Klowers.....
Kitra Fine Uuochs of Flowers.
Impirted FrencK Flowers from .41
ttnlrleli lli. (S In baarbl lor....
VruiU, Leaves, 8tem, all kinds of o.
Urlal to mak. Artifioial Flowers. I
Bridal and Mouniliig Out '
Th. Finest Assortment of DOLLS in the j
Rata Bvlad. reatkera Cla
Djrd and dnrled. j
00LDKM IIAIR WASH by tha lai '
We Make a Specialty of MUlfn
Bmployini th. best hands In th.citv
our whoU atuntioa to it, and A U I
petilion in that Una. 1