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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 18S0.
JIE JIP1IIS vs. ATLANTA
' The MEMPHIS and ATLANTA Baseball
mar J T . Tk . a. st rl
Saturday, juueoiu; "iir"""'":
Tnesdav. JuuStn. Take Madison itrwt
cars. ttm called t 4 o clock.
r!tKDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT.
FIVtFOEE ...In th. Afternoon
MilH OITr At Night
With Btrong Specialty Combination.
eW Entire Change of Programme each per
form an re
A HOTLY CONTESTED G151E
THE FIRST THIRTEEN -IIU
GAME OF THE SEASON'.
Memphis Loses by Reason of an
fortunate Error la the Ninth
AT ETITAL PARK.
Wednesdays June 9, 1SHG.
Tlili nnwiter liner varies. A Barrel ol
nnrit itranirth and whnleaomeneBS. Mot.
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold in competition :.n ui.
multitude oi low test, short weight alur- or
phosphate powdert. iwM only can: KpiaL
t)(rn Pnwnt. t'n.. i W.il t .M.wVrch.
aer Procession at 1:30 p.m.-
ANEW PROCRSH-For making old col
lars and cuffs look new. t-ee advertise
ment of Memphis Steam Laundry.
1!RAN1 HEW ROOK A WAY.
I will eell to the highest bidder, Jane
8th, at 11 oVIook a.m., corner Mala
and Madison st., one NEW ROCKAWAY.
8. W. HARRISON. Trustee.
The Appeal raid yesterday: "To
day we grapple with Atlanta, ar.d it is
our confident bo! et, bleed on t careful
rvey if the situation, lliat Memphis
cnnn4 lost unlets serums errort art made
in center field at critical points of the
And so it turned oat. With ths
game won and eaeiiy in hand, the
sjore standing 3 to 1 in favor of Mem
phis in the ninth inning, a'ttr one
man was out, Parcell was given a life
by a muff of an easy tiy to center
field, made second on a wild pitch, got
to third on Moore's sale bit
to centr field, and tcored
on Lyon's siogle to right field.
Moore was put out in chess between
thiid and home, and Lyons afterward
scored on a fumble by Fntselbacb.
Here was at least one run on center
fielder's errors, and the game, instead
of ending, ss it should have done,
three to two in favor of Memphis in
the ninth inning, was prolonged to
thiiteen inning, ana tben loit lo toe
hnma nine. It il claimed by some
that the bill mulled by Mansell be
longed to l'helan. Perhaps so; they
both started for it, and l'helan
tonne J whin he saw Mansell
counng. The latter get his hands
on it and then dropped it. we win
do Mr. Mangel the iuHice to admit
that ha ia an honest and conscientious
ball player and plays hard to win, but
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war-
J ranted. Inventor o' ine Damiary rori-
land Cement Pump,
layer. Telephone 8KB.
Contraotor and briok-
- wu-vnTT ilrtlri and nrl nan ml. rinder
if will be rewarded by returning to 145
For Sale at Public Auction.
nitf nnrr nr nrcinrilPC hia aunerahnndtincs ot fltsh and con
WIT bUI IMUtntOiutnui. , nnwieldiness of person totally
Ho, 17 Linden street, dieaualify Lim for the position he is
The home of Mr. Julius A. Taylor. It ta in i Q(rut ei With. This has long been
VI&ZPW manifest, but new until yesterday
business oenter of Meinphie. Partial desir- did It become painfully 80. it Is not
ing to intpeot the premises will call on Mr. Di8ant to be compelled to say these
n-.. ...... k: ...n.... a, hi. .iniiiti at No- ft K . . 1 .it.-! i.
K:ndr..t: b.fore the daVof .ale. The thlUgS.bUt astriCiregaru lor Hum cow
rpaB IDEA That collars and cuff cannot
I k. .a.imtndriAil In nnn.nr eaual to new
work, bee Jlem.his Steam Laundry adver
tisement f. r particular..
lOTTAflK S!i rootcs, at 108 Alabama it.
Apply at 47fr wo.ny n.
rpHE LARUE BRICK BlULUINU-Known
a- a. rwa.au... $fjonkJL .
in unit or
20 LINDEN ST.
X?00H Nicely lurninbed
HOUSE For the nummer month., a fur
niihed house with rooini. well located.
Referencei requ red. RENTLR, Appeal.
"VTICE COTTAOE Three roomi on College
11 atreet, near fonin gave ui oimwuuu.
Apply at X Union itreet.
ciTOREUOUBE No. 9 Union etreet, with
Third ttr-ete. tt. ts.
of Union and
RESIDENCE For three or monthi,
my roaidence in the city of Fort brailh,
bouie with ten room", in the moat desirable
part ol the city Good well of water and
hydrant in the yard; house furniahed with
scat; near street-cur linei every oonremence
of. home. Adams R. D. SEALS,
Fort Smith, Ark
RESIDENCE Dnrint the ummer, a iub
urban residence, turniahed, near bou e
vard street cars. Larj-e garden, Ine ihade,
eta. None but first-clan tenant need apply.
B. U. LAMtf, Miss, ana renn. oepm.
83 Fifth . street, Chelsea.
. u. TUliLiiftmouii,
At Win. K. woore s
sale of this chirininK city home, admirably
suited tor a prolessionai or commercial gnn-
t eman, will be mane irom m i
MAIN AND MADItiON STREETS.
Tneadny , Jnae aih, at 11 o'clock a.m.
TERMS -One-third cash, one-ttilrd In la
and one-third in 24 months, with b per cent.
interest, fale witnout num. muia
puta bleF . W. KOVSf EH A CO-.Salesmen.
8ix Handsome New Flve-Roomd Res
idences und S3 Beautiful Build
ing Lots on
T1I1KNIHY. JI'NE 10, 1S86,
Beginning at 11 o'clock a.m.
T An UL ttlkar. Cnmminvs and Elm-
wood avenues, two blocks from te minus of
Beale street car line. 1 ouses are brand
new, beautifully and substantially built,
with closets. ei'rns. omhouse", etc.
TWO LOTS, 60x150 feet tach, sold with
eaj-h house. , .
Terms for nooses witn iwi, mi., vu ,
balance, 125 per menth, with 0 per cent, in
terest. . . .. .
r or vacant lots, s.tu casa. usiiu, ."'i1"
month, wit . 6 per cent interest.
Purchasers desiring to pay all cash will
have 6 per cent, discuunt on deferred payments.
SALE ON THE GROUNDS.
Property shown at any time previous to
sale by applying to T. A. LAMB or J. U.
BARTON, owners, 10 Madison street.
plendid opportunity to parties who are
tired of paying rents and want a home ol
Jaoor7nHteinkuhl will be on the ground
with a full line of refresh n ents for bidders.
F. W. ROYSTER & CO.,
HOTEL Fifty-four sleep
J Ins-rooms, furnished; kitchen ana ain-
Viu iuiij bw . . ,
B. MoilEN RVi Receiver. WZBecoB a si.
OW Owner can have by proving prop
erty and paying onares.
J. H. BANKS. Lucy avenue.
HOUSE A new double-tenement house, 4
rnnmaon each side: nicely finished;
i.r.. rd! In fist, all conveniences, on
Una. av.nne. Oond cistern. Apply to Mrs.
E. Quinlaa, 1M Manassas St.
(1QV7 On May 2ilth, ona snsckled cow.
TpURNLSHED ROOMS-ForgenU and for
X' housegeeping. at no wannnm.
afternoon, a cow about
TWO elegant front rooms, fur
nnfnmi.hed. Apply at 89 Adi
CO Saturday a
spots: small norm, turning iui
tall in shape; in good order ; branded on
right hand hin, UBless rubbed off, p. f. Lib
eral reward for Information, or if returned
to 139 Alabama streft.
rnO BORROW roo for six months, on real
I i.i...l.ij.lk.,il. A .J H ra,
put, VRMIU, viv
P. D.i Appeal office. tft r rtrrk TJ AWOtf tb loan In sums
... ) aJJJ sun parm
a unlirnirBW T.anV T aasoalata her
J. self with a respon Ible house and rep
resent it in her own locality. Oood salary
to right party. Position permanent, rleter
noes eichanged. SAY A BR0TUEKS, 18
Barclay street. New York.
T ADT AOENT8 For Mrs. Campbell's
P a New " Tilter "a Tllter, Bustle, tloop-
lm ..J TTnl.r.VlFt enmhined. Hoops can
be removed and skirt laundried. Adjusta
ble to anysiae. Ve y fashionable, and sells
for 12 to every well-dressed lady as toon aa
shown. Agents doable their money. Also,
a lull line of new furnishing goods for ladies
and children. Address, with stamp, K. H.
CAMPBELL A CO., No. 484 West Randolph
etreet, Chicago, 111.
es having notes well
Indorsed, rent notes, chattel mortgages or
other reliable seourity. Inquire at
Z HKI'UWls "1.
ROOMS AND B0ABD.
42SALESMEN In every State In the U ion
P represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
SriflULTiis thatare popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handlod alone or in oonneotiy.
With other goods. Address THE WM. B.
VRICE MANllFfl. CO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
rnn nil v IWaNa 1 Ara.t mnles.
1 TAYLOR, DUFFIN A CO.,
furnished rooms andboa-d at 49 Market.
ROOMS AND BOARD Desirable rooms
and Heard at 72 Madison street.
, "DOOMS AND BOARD-Deslrabie
ROOMS One large front room with bal
cony and one large back room with
larg. dressing-rcom, and tthers as good as
75 UNION ST.
can be lound in the eity.
ESIRABLK ROOM AND BOARD-
4 li Jnarnpi airtjqv.
!T. JAMES fiOUSK-Cor. Second and A4
O ams ate. Room and board per week.
Day board U per week.
00M Furnished room, with or without
board, at 119 Court street.
304 Front street-
O 1; LABORERS Apply at M., B. and A.
ZiO K. K..eorner Broadway and Main ats.
ri BUT A good-site gentle pony; must
be sound and safe for lady to drive.
Ad4re" 427 0RLEAN8 8T.
ORSK OR MARE For phaeton, suiuble
iaf to anve. i;an at ouino oi
LAKE A DORION. 268 Frnt st.
T rADQrK Ta nutnril! IS per
H T.leohone 85J. JOSEPH BURNEY
OOK-A good cook to the Pre".
juo pnwBu oi.
EVERYBODi-To call and see the i cele
brated Oyp Clairvoyant, at 17i Third
etreet. near Poplar.
roU TO LOOK At the Memphis Steam
. Laundry ad. and learn to keep in style.
Vxf A D n' UllV aw as I leant fiWim .
K 124 ADAMS STRBCT.
t? NICE Rooms, furnished or uniurnisnoa,
1th or without board, at 137 Madison st
TWO large unlurnibhed rooms, with or
without board, at 09 Madison street, cor
BOARDING-HOUSE AND SALOON At
146 Front, cor. Eichange. Apply there.
v Tn tnDVDQ-Cli..n. mt
Of what preceded and what followed
the unfortunate ninth inning it is safe
to say that nothing more intensely
exciting in the way of an athletic con-t-st
was ever witnetsed here. Both
nines were on their mettle and played
great bill. Conway, ths Atlanta
pitcher, was as fit as a race horfo and
pitched a superb game, while Knonfl',
barring two costly wild pitches, again
added to his reputation of btiDg one of
the bet pitchers in the country.
Eight hits in thirteen innings and
tw-lvH atrike-auts is a record
of which any player may
be proud, and that was Knoutfs
record yesterday. Sixty nine was
the total of good bails sent by
Lim ovHr the ulate on which strikes
were made or called, against forty-four
by Conway. The runs made by the
visitors were few and far between,
and none rf them earned. In the
first inning Cllne git bass on ball',
stole second, and got to third on Pur
cell's f acritice to shortf top, and scored
on a wild pitch alter two men were
out. Afler this goose-egg after Koose
egg appeared on the blackboard to the
credit of either side until the seventh
innirg, when, after two men were out,
Black got his ba on balls, stole sec
ond and scoed on Fuswlbach's single.
Fuaselbach tben ttole second and
scored an Lyon's wild throw of Phe-
lan s not grounder to vmra, rneian
going to second on tie play, stealing
third, and scoring on pitcher's
muff of Whitehead's pop.up fly.
Whitehead stole second, but was left
there bv KnoutT'a out. Neither side
scored again till the ninth inning,
when with the game in their hando.
the locals allowed the score to be tied
in the manner previously desciioed.
After this the excitement became so
intense that the audience fairly sat on
pins and needles, and many held their
breath in their eager attention to the
game. In the tenth inning, alter one
man woa out. Knonff bit safely for a
single and made third on Hneed's two-
bagger, Ai arisen niea out to center
field and KnoufJ tcored amid a perfect
nnndemonlum of cheers and shouts
and clapping of hinda and waving of
ot hats. Toe inning ended with
Andrews' out to ihortetop. The score
wa strain in favor of Memphis 4 to
3, when Strieker, of the Atlantas,
larnd the Ditcher, and si absorbed
became the attention of the audience
that the dropping of a pin could have
been heard on the grand stand.
Strieker hit safely to second for one
bate, and stole second. Mappea hit
to shorts'OD and got an out at first,
S ricker going to ihiiu Couway came
to the bat, arid after two strikes were
called on him Knonff made a wild
nitrh. and Strieker scored. Conway
.iriliinffoa, a minute afterward. Ths
score was again tied, and eleven,
twnlvn inninos weie Dlaved amid
fnvnriah excitement and no runs. In
the tenth Memphis failed to score. Two
of the Atlantas were out wkon Cline
pimi to the bat and eot his bete on
hall. Cline then stole secoifil and
.v,ril nn Pnnwira aafe hit to left field,
.nitinir the moat hotlv contested
game aver played on a Memphis
hail o-ronnd. a mme won by Mempms
on her merits and lest by the demerits
of one or two of her men. '
Tivav O'Learv will hold the box
ml Rrnnohtnn will fac him O'Leary
hss never yet been able to 4et himself
out for fear of the maabehind Ihe
bat. To-day, with Brongnton a neip
Knoufl 12, by Conway 7; lift on base,
Memphis 5, Atlanta 2; two-baas hits,
Sseeti and Strieker; raasiHl na.ia,
Bronghlon 1, Mappee 0. This is an
error, liroughton struck out in first
inning and go! to first i n paused ball
bv Mappis. Rp. Wild pitches,
Knouff Conway 0; baaes stolen,
Andrawi. Black. Fossell u-h. Phelan i.
Whitehead, Cline 2, Lyons, Lynch,
Umpire L1 He ng'e.
Rasp Ball Xalra.
Chicago, 10; Boston, L
St. Louis, 13; Baltimnre, 5.
PiTTSiil'RO, Id; Athletic?, 8.
No qam at AiigueU-ra-n.
Bbcoklym, 12 ; Cincinnati, 7.
Philadelphia, 2; St. Louis, 1.
Xashvillc, 10; Chat anooga, 5.
Detroit, 1; Washincton, 113 in
nings. Gaui at Macon forfeited by Savan
Thb weak spots are gradually being
eliminated. Memphis will make
things hum yet.
The Atlanta outfield is about 300
per cent, stronger than the infield.
Look at the enor column.
"Off brakes" is the order O'Leary
baa iriven for to-day. Look out, At
lanta: he'a a terror when he turns
The Appeal has stood by Umpire
Henglo very itaunchly since his debut
here, tut he tried itfl lirbearanee very
Tii u .iion.lanrn ve terdnv cuunled
2000. Tc-day it will UJbably exceed
that figure. This will boa baseball
town after a while.
MnoiiK and Purcoll did some mar
velous fielding yesttml.y, gutting balls
that in nine iiwes out ot ten wcu u
have been safe hits.
Black got two dunces yesterday
and accepted both ol them, one be
ing a diflicult fly to lift field, caught
with the sun shining full in bis eyes.
It matters not whether we win or
lnnn to- .lav. it will be a great game ol
ball, and those who ni jaed ycB'.er Jay's
remarkable game wili have a chance
to sse its duplicate in point of merit
Tn MeatDbis and Charleston rail
road will give an excursion Monday,
Jnne 7, to give the "mral diBtiicts" a
chance to tee the great game between
Memiiliis and Atlanta to bs played on
that day. Knouff and Conway will be
MAPrxs is probably is giod a catcher
an has ever shown no here. His
trir.mino-to second makes bane steal'
ino next lo imnossilile. whilst the fact
that he can stop such a pitch eras Con
way with only one iigased ball, proves
him to be a backstop of lare ability.
Mb. HaNaia gave the home nine
very much the worrt of it yesterday.
He will doubtless do better to-day.
But one thing aiay be accepted as cer
tain, guying will not move him.
Those who think it sma-t to shout
"rata" when they disagree with the
umpire thould bear this in mind: H
don't pay tJ rattlo the umpire, and
abuse will rattle him quicker than
toe mm mm.
IXIERESTIMl EXEIUJSES ATTUE
Recitations and Manic Awarding of
Prlxes Speecnea by Mr. JohnHea
and Mr. Meriwether.
THE LAND OF NOD.
4 II Alt I NU OPERETTA AT TUB
1'I.AKA t'OSWIV IXNTITUTK.
The Ulrle Afialt Tfcemaelv wnn
Credit anriV Itollatit st Lnrge
POSITION By a good steady boy in store
or office. Address J. P.. Appeal office.
EVERYBODY TO KNOW-That I have
made the greatest disoovery or the age
in filling teeth with gold. For the next
thirty dais I will fill teeth for II SO. .
A. WESSON. 243 Main St.
"VCCUPANT8 For pleasant rooms at 227
in street, near Court fquare.
i with our Amateur
AGENTS coin mcne;
Phntn nntflt. anc
: . a a n I .... anAi.1.1 3ft-rfV offer.
KMPIHK COPY INO CO.. 381 Canal St.. W.Y
RICK-YARD Complete ; two Andrews
Hr dirt trio-hammor machines, capac
ity 30,01)0 to 40,000 per day ; forty horse-power
engine, boiler, sheds, ow''"'"? 'vol
business; plentiful supply of dirt. For
Urms..tc...dTdj.j. Mc00WAK k CO f
274 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
H0RSK-A gentle horse and a stylish
new light soring wagon, cheap.
WM. LUNN, 141Madisnstreet.
ARB Bay, lr hands high, 8 years: fine
animal. Apply to buiwrintendent
Kim wood Cemetery, at north gate, or at the
office. ?o Union street.
and collecting lamuy
EATUERS Old and new feathers.
Highest oasn once paiu at
UABAY'8. 409 Shelby street.
MEN and women to start a new business
at their homes, easily learned in an
hounlCo to ouo an hour made daytime or
evening. Send 10c for a package of samples
and 24 working samples to commence on.
Adores ALBANY SUPPLY CO.. Albany N.Y
x f EN, SIC 200 station men,
1V1 60 tie-makers,
on Bald Knob extension, 25 miles from Mem
phis. Apply on work at Tyronia river, er
M1.S To do station worx oa Uald Knob
railroad ; sUtion work at 11 to 13 cents.
Also, tie-m-kers at 12 cents. Apply to .
11ARVHY . SCOTT, lyrontie.
A SILVKR For ca?h orex-
chanae. Ml'LFIlRD, Jeweler, Main.
TTIUII K-T rash prices paid for old and new
X -L r K A i 11 Ml at 4i Main street.
t(( i hLAlU TO AOEMS-Ad-S1UUU
dre" at onoe, DK. SCOTT'S
KI.KCTRM UOOllS, Ui Broadway, New
York. The only gen ume.
OV!NT' In every section ol the country
New Konks. iust ready. Sracui.
Villi, to men of experience capable of fill
iun a Iarre terriK-ry. State experience, age
and territory wanted. tAS&fcLL iA.
llimitee), 22 Broadway, N. Y., and 40 Dear
Vora street, Chicago.
PHAETON-One low phsetoa and har
..., both in ,ood order; w,U b, Id
very ebeap. Auuresa run c. , , .-r.-
office, or call a St.t. Female College.
mENNESSEE STATE CERTIFICATE -1
K.iv.bl. -0Rr T.jn
BUQGY-PHAETON AND M Aitn.oo-in
good condition, cheap. Call on
F. A. JONEj A CO.. 61 Monroe st.
IjiNQINK, Beiler, Tubs. Ringers and a bat. To-day, Wltn iSrongnion a neip,
XU eompleW outfit for a Steam Laundry. j,e w;i turn tne ball loose at full
Will b. sold cheap by S.GABA. Agent and ... . g wil
Ctmmission aiercnant, ; findiro- th ball.
McSorley has jbeen signed to play
third base if he gets here in time. He
Ml rnver that ban and Whitehead
will go cut into center field nnd show
tha hntn some tbrowinn that wi 1
nnjan thir eveg. It matters not h
Atlant puts" in to pitch, we will tut
elage them to-morrow, and if the game
is lost it will be due H even worse
luck and worte nmpirinf, if that be
possible, thrn we had yesterday
MIatPHI.4. A.B. K. B.H. P.O.
Breed, r. f 5 0 I, 0
Mansell, c f 6 0 0 V 1
Ar.drews. 1st b- 5 0 0 18
Broughton, c....- 5 0
Black. 1. I i
F'lHsellbach, S. 8. 6 1
Phelan, 2d b 5 1
Whitehead, 3d b. 5 0
Knonfl. V 5 1
It. wna a raro audience that was as
sembled at the Clara Conway Insti
tute last night to witness ine cuu
dren's operetta and the other enter
taining leaturen of the evening's pr
gramme, an auence compoeeu m vuo
main cf the fair sex, rich in lovelinces,
keen in criucal appreciation anu en
thusiastic in arplauie. The number
of gentlemen present was small,
doubtless owint- to the litnited num
ber of invitations latned, but they
seemed to enjoy tha proceedings quite
as much ss the )tur sex, ana comno
uted their sharu to the great volume
of applause that rewarded the eflurts
of all who psiticipated in the pro
gramme, whitii was as iouows.
"THE LAND Or' HUD."
Queen of the Lan of Nod...Miittie Hawkins
Ihe Sand Man, ) Cabinet I Frank Taylor
Jack o' Dreams, Ministers I M. Proudfit.
Uer Majesty s etaiaaro Dearer-...., r-.i.n.
The Royal Pages Burnett and K. 1 1 aylor
IriUlia OPOTU, i.-iiia
I Morton, Virginia
The Dream Sprltei.t Paoli. Rita Milburn,
The Dream Goblin........ Willie Uouck
, i viarenctj ntneiii
The Six... Little! man. i:ilio tiuil..
bleepj-iieaus, i Jo. Montnlonico,
( Corrie Pierce.
f The Dream Vrinoe..., ...... R. EsUs
My L,auy fortune. ..cusie iuuium
(lid Mother Goose. ..Hallie Forrest
The Goblin Can and Must,
The Queen of the Dollies,
Sonh e Cocran
l TV.. Tlr..m Prlncaaa-.llassie Hovd
Duet Overture Preciosa ...,.......Weber
Li'lian Denton end Amelia Boddle.
Recitation Prince Eric's Christ-Maid
.Mrs. Margaret Wilshire.
Vecal Quarutte Robin Adair Dudley Buck
By the Clara Conway Institute Quartette.
"THE CHAMPION OF HER SEX."
A neon ig oni act.
a Widow with Money
and a Mission
The moet eatis'iit'toty exhibition yet
given by the Hone Night S. ho d drew
a large and deeply intereeto J audience
last night at the Bethel building, on
the corner of Adams street and
Charleston avenue. Kvery inch ol
spice was occupied, and, taki n as a
w hole, few bettor d rested or more in
telligent gatheiings have lately
betn lern at rchool exhibi
tions of any kind in the city.
A platform on one tide rf the loom
was occupied by Mimes liar be 3 and
Stewart, and at "one end the boys ol
the school, about fifty in number,
were placed. Many of them have
been regular attendants of the rcliool
for some years past, and when the r
turns came on the programme they
betrayed the most marked improve
ment in eveiy way. They were
all well behaved, brglit and
attentive a mnulr set of fel
lows. Beeitation, dialogue, vocal
and inetrumental mus'e made up the
progiamme, which was of a higher
standard nd therefore more attract
ive than any in the pan1:. When the
boys were oil led upon t3 sing they
opened their mouths and warbled
away without ftar of buing hia-d;
when they recited their gesticulations
were told and thMr woids plainly
spoken, nd in dialogue, where some
thing like noting was required, tnev
thraw oil all lefetve and went conii-
deatly and therefore succesi fully intt
. I . L. . .. I . .... tlwim 'I Intra. wau
lue wora ucuna nivn,. ,i.w " "
something in the gem ral tone of the
exercise which fixed attention, com
manded icmect and something like
oMn.iratinn fur the little fellows, or
rather little men. There wss auoui
all they did a Bplrit of manlinets and
an indication ol self-reliance which
was good to see. No ore who was
p eent lift night left the building
after (he exetcisee were over without
a feeling that, if eatly twining is of
value in after life, the Hops Night
School, s it is now managed, is giving
those who attend it a good start up
the hill. The programme was as tol
Inws: Instrumental Duet ..Venl, Vldi, Viol
Missos liaruee and Stewart.
Hong-Glory to Hod Hchool
Arthur Leopold and Eddie Dwyer.
B.m Crnwdineli Awfully School
Dialogue Whisky Better than Milk
R.Htrehl and f. Clark. t ,
u..n.- p-..i.ihi,iiin School
Hesitation Speech "t John Ailams
Guitar Duet Spanish Victory March
Ml.. 1U.I.M.I .ml Kil.lin Naairelt.
Recitation Ue Never Told a Lie
Recitation Courage to Say No
i Man', a Van fur All That .. School
Dialiiiuo ...The Draft
C. and J. Murphy, F Higliains.E. Naegclo.
1 Ui..ng, .ml kl. l.an.-
i;.,..ll.... N.uht Kihinl School
Reading Composition oa Knives
Recitation Rcgulus Hal ore Roman Senate
I.....l..r Wnrila School
Recitation My Courting Adventures
Guitar Duet Medley
Miss Barbce and Edward Naegele.
v. II- Arinilrona and J. Altinan.
Vocal Solo.. .a Kutcliie Little Baby
Dialogue The Smart Darky
fl U.iri.l.w unit W. N.WSIim.
Vocal Solo Twickenham Kerry
f;u. Inni. -lulinciin.
Recitation -Byron - Ngele
Instrumental Duct .. Butterfly l.allop
Mimci llurbce anil Stewart.
While co 'ault coul J bs found with
any part i f it e pn iiramtiietheip were
iwn nr thrie f vtara w 'rtby of K.ietial
merit oi. Lmy Hoa h's c uiipi sition
on kmvep, a tho'rgi fie li tin folljw
liivtme a 1'itln friirt.tunnl once or
twio, at very ell do'iver d, and
n.o r. rititii.n. "K'B.ilus B f re the
S.-r nte." gave evicencn ot many of the
nimli la of ihe orator in Jacob htraitsi,
One of t'ele tthiniM ol the evening
was Willie Huliam a account ol his
"Courting Adventures. liis Drogno
was ncn enougn u out wuu anus.
hoi v unreeerveu anu
WKW PRO-Kej. We are now finishing Collars anil i uss auer tne latest new lora
f,hion-a soft medium gloas fini.h. keep up with the st.le and times and send ue
your Collars and CufTe. We will pay Kipresa Charges both way iA packages amounting ta
II. and charges one way on packages of less amount. A
g-stsa ass; vouara anu iuni,t ili u,.u , c-un v., y
CAMPBELL &. ROZIER, S.iKST
IAMPIiBB rANCY BnHlTINOi
t-elf-Measorlng Cards, sent by mall on application. Ton have a new sat of Bhi
made bvaendlng us an old one to measure by. WRITE tOR OUR PRICES.
MEMPHIS STEAM SHIRT FACTORY,
224 KEOOXn ST.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
OmCE-Uoom 1 ;new) l otton I xclutj?e Building. Telephone C1.
w.ril. Ilrlllata and Ster- fn""" :''"
raniun tneariyi......... ,,, r iiruok a iMa.
' '" : ,-:.:" - sia ii
l,ln.vni rine .par,iii.m., - -
Mnhlnar lloisda ot Harelyehip.
I nloai ol 4'lilureilsi.....
Aiuerlraas Moretf 'niy.
Spsclul Atteatlon given lo insuring Country Stores.
ANI MIIM K HHOlit.K.
All classes of property Insured.
l'aillare if A. I., g'ssnsinina
So. Howard Hew.
A bonk of lot) pages.
ftw we. an swt o i vi woa w uvw-
A. U Cuiiimins Co., eonimiBHioii
merchiiiitfl, dnlng bUHineas at rso. d
Howard row, tiled an iwmgiinioiii yes-
....... ...A nallmatna o the cost ot I
vertiaing. The advertiser wno wants to speuo
one dollar, finds in It the information he re
m,ir...whlle lor him who wil Invest one
teriav iiiorniug, naming
AlfUin. Crowell A Co
P. McCadden & Co
K. . Craig A uu
It. H. Taylor A C.i
P. J. Moran & Co
tieorge Arnold & Cn
tiraham, Uousins iv uo
John K. Speed & Co
O. K. Ky" Co
Menken iV Ki.i
Ir. J. V. A K. M. Huddtke
L. P. Cnnitnins
II. K. O.ichrAn
(4. A. Kckeny & Co., Ht. ivotis
H. Krsenhait, about
j i auitot"i'i' ".-" . I
lhllly hui dred thousand dollars in advertising, a
scheme 1st naicaieu wmuu
every reuulreuient, or can oe pju w uu
by slight change- easily arrived at or eorrj
.nnnifence. One hundred and liny-three)
t 8.1 (10
. :m 44
tjuiiiuit- asm. a i . Airir
VERT1S1NG BUREAU.lOSptuoest. (Print-
ni llousa wnuarertew inr.
iOVVN'N IKON llllTr.KN II A
mm proved anencntuai reinnur in i.m
lly of Mr. Chas. II. Vogel, 300 Manassas
street, Memphis, Tenn., In. all eaaee ot
stomach disorder, alse as an. appetiser ant
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,100.
' We do Wly certiv o 1
. lm l- All I.
ONtl la paraow manngm m mm-.w-
Atimlk'v od Va
i a paraoa
are con rf 1 1 led wilt Aoacsly, mm
ire) all rnnwi, amm
.1 . 1, .' ,JL. .mJ lAal ue easM
,n. v - .... . . . , .
Notes due firm
Two memberships in
r r ..I, -J Mil
Ike f Lnis lo - iXis rtui.". ,eA
nmi(a our etgaaiHree anoaaew,
...tll'-M 37 farliacmrals.
From 115 Lbs. to 161 Lbs.
To iheCnllrnra Kesncelleei 1 owe My
Ileal Hi, Uj HapploosMi aael
A day never oomes that I do not thin
speak kindly ef the uvtiodba
Heven years ago, all ol a doaen lumps formed
. n.nW. r.n.mi In site from a cherry
stone 10 an orange. :
(rightful to look at. and painful to bear;
! " i- , I K.n thnv aaw ma. In
S?"J '"'Tl Mhim.3 to be on the
street or in society. I M J . T1V,
treatment, and alf medicines failed to do
any good. In moment of despair I tried
tbeUUTlcuai rKuiM-v 'i'v,..i
Kkln Cure, and CUTicuaA Boar, an smuisite
h a manner
his giHtures and intonations 10 apt
and natural that he more than once
brought down the bouse, a niminn.
?.l"J"r"r uZ. 'B.auUn;r;V.t.rn..l,. and Cpticpju
radua IV 0isapiearau,.nu.
, . j . :..i.ii..ii.
piaao acompauimeni, so ihhik""""
hnt the midience insisted upon hear-
ino him azAin. His second effort,
Only a Penny Apiece," was alfo very
troll ilnn. Miss Annie Johnson has
a lemarkably full and sympathetic
voice and an excellent method, and
hir linuine of "Twickenham Kerry"
and an encore which was enthus'astic-
ally called for was very ttleetive.
f,,.t i.nfnm the close of the exnr
cises Mr. J. C. Johnson mounted the
platform and announcea that wrougn
Hi. liheralitv of a aentleman who
does not ret-ide in Memphis four
prizes lor penmanship were to be pre
0t,.,l Thev were awarded to Willie
Hinee, ol Koom A ; Mime ixing, oi
t: Willie Berlin, of Koom C, and
TIanrv Krnbuck. Of ItOOin V. J h0!6
entitled to honorable mention for pen-
manshis were Wm. Newaoms ana
v.liIm PrninlSt. of Koom A : Uus Car
roll snd B. Hlnes, of Koom :
Thomas Clark and Harry Bhannon, cf
Room C; David Johns ana Mam urcy
fas, Konm D. Mr. Johnton went on
to say that he hoped the attendance
n the next session wotuu ue i'k'j
increiaed, and he believed a great
many boys who do not now no so
mni.l attoml if thev were a'ked. He
thought if thoee presnt had kept
trace of the boys from the time they
entered tha school until the preeent
the marked improvement wouia
sttike them so favorably s to induce
them to take a great deal of interest
in the school. They did not ak for
good boys alone, but lor hati Doys as
well. Ho jnatter how bad a hoy
might be, a enre would be eQected in
a snoit time.
Mrs L'de Meriwether was intro
duced. Rhe said she bad been won
dering whilo she listened to the
boys if they folly realixed the
benefit which was being conferred
on them snd if they felt grateful, if
they kept in mind what eacrifices
were made for them, and how much
patient, steady toil was necssary on
the part ol their teachers to cany
fiillv thronah the school.
Mrs. Meriwether went on to say that
in iim ennru of an address about a
year ago before the ationai L-naruies
and Correctional Convention, to
Vilnh Gov. Rate appointed her a
delegate.the Hope Night School being
ht)f sill hin-t. aha hnd somethlnz to sav
ol a man to whom, she now repeated,
the boys ol the Hope .mrui rxnoai
owed the grea'est gin.itude. tor
fifteen years she !ial niara oi u
man who was doing good by
gtenltb, but invetigttion failed to Ois-
cover him, a-(l she oegim ro ioua ujnU
him as a myth. At lust, however, she
found him; it was Mr. J. C. Johnson.
In conclueion Mrs. Meriwether gave
the boy th'smo'tofrrthrir guidance:
Straight Is the line of duty,
Curved Is tbe line of beauty:
Fol'uw th- ftr-laud thoe eba.lt see
1 The second will ever lullow thee.
COUNTRY NEWSPAPER Address
B W. BARBKB. Ashland City.Tenn.
CEDAR FENCING POSTS-.Fot sale by
W. R. LARKIN, Larkinsvllle, Ala.
Tar OOD 5u0 cords of wood In amounti to
W suit purchers. g GALLOWAY.
hOAA WILL BUY a new"business for
JS lllI tha otata of Tennessee, Ala
Missouri or Louisiana, to make large)
cash proSta at once: a monopoly luuy viy
..,,..1 Parties wishinv a good business ad-
Hre.s MANUFACTURER. this omce.
TNBWPURT NEWS, VA.-10O0 lot.
I. waUr fro .t, 4C feet deep. For full
47 Ixinelon street
. . . T T- . VT
V A. lnn..'.
otice to Fire and Bnrglar Troof
CONTRACT to furnish the Sheriff s office
of late county, Mississippi, with a r ire
and Burglar Proof Safe w.ll be let te .the
f ... .n.l K..t hinder bv the Board of bu-
,rvisors of said county, at the -u"-ri.us.
Ibereot. in Seu.tobia. on tne firs Monday ol
Jnlv. Ivi6. Capacity and style of Safe to be
adopted the day of letting said
Any or all bids subiect to rejeaton by Board
By order of Board. .... n k
June 3, IV. SAM J. HOlSh., Clerk.
Cline, s. s
Moore, c. f
Lyons, id t-.
Lynch, 1st b...,
Hi ricker, 2d b...
Williams, r. f.
4 5 38 21 ',3
8 "'1 21
8C0RB BY INNINGS.
Memphis 0 00000300100 0-4
Atlanta 1 00000002100 15
Summary Earned runs," Memphis
1 ; first base on error', Memphis 5,
Atlanta 3; first base on called balls,
Mewrhia Atlanta 2, atiutk out, by
"'""I'.l , . Vi.:-- CIII...1
and a Mission juw ''"
Mrs. Deborah HarUhorn, her Mother,
Florence Duplex, her D.ughUr..
Caroline Duplex, her BUpb jhurr.
?hl,!?:?:yBir0,, ! h" P"n J" 'Norfc't
Katie O'Nell, the Cool i... ..........Daisy Neely
Maggie Donovan, the Chambermaid,
Tha operetta passed off smoothly
and with eclat, all of the yonng ladies
mi ocntlinifn who were engiued in
ittlntr themselves with credit
m ti.-.elves end the Institution of
which tin v are pupils. Mrs. Ma'g'ret
Wilsbire's recitation, "Prince trie a
Cbrint-Maid," was artmiraDiy aone,
and elicited a demand for an encore.
Thtt aiiii ffsi ol the evening was a
farce in c.eact colled Thr Champion of
Her Stc, which kept the anaience
in i-nniinal nral of laushter. Kvery
part was played to the life, and it
wcu'd be exceedicg'.y difficnlt to ile-
Inrminp who. li BPV ODe. eXCBlleQ,
m;.. jnrADhina hiliott as Mrs.
Tlnnlp t" acted naturally snd with
discretion. Miss Estelle Lucas
" Mm. Deborah Hartshorn
mad a decided hit. all her
funny lines finding an echo in the
lanohior of her audience. Misss
Lizzie HoitJD, Ruth Cochran and
Daisy Neely were all excellent in
their respective puts, while Miss
Lelia Levy did the bravy
tragedybtnii' S' that fell to her share
in a way thai ieii noinirj; m u
sired. Miss Beatrice Vut!ig p'ayed
Miimriei Donovan" to the life, her
make-up being perfect, and liar brcgae
rich, unctuous and true to cature.
Miss Noi fleet's "Pollie Mav" win im
merse no o hfr word will express
herstntU'rincftnd whistling business
keepirg t ue audience in a ehnek of
laughter as lorg as Bhe occur led the
s-sge. Alt-gciner the euteituirmerit
was a brilliant srjcces, and creditable
to all concerned.
Lk.. in ahouttwo weeks, discharging large
uantttles ol.maiter, leaving . mii
In my neck to day lo tall the story or my
l..er..in.. Mv weieht then was one hundred
HIIU i icon - - , , . , i.t.
Is one hundred and ut?-ene solid, healthy
pounds, and my height is only five feet five
nches. in my iraveia a Kr t is , li
ctjaa HSMgniiw, norm, m "
West, io i'BTieraa bhshi
prominent New lork druggist a'ked me the
?.'";! ".U-0...T.l". "L.in .l,l.clh.I thf"'
hVv! n.veV k'noer. -bat. Ickn... Is since. -NOTICE-Tlckels are
commenced using tne iutm y.
Wa. ( uaetsrsigaeel. weiet Banhtn,
mil pay a1 Frx etraww m IK Loutttmmm
Male tIMrwe wate ea e s" -
J. li.OtaLKHBT.Proei. La. Hat'I Baaai.
A. BALDWIN, Pre. . . .
UKPRKf F.DENTEB ATTRACTION!
Oyer Haifa MUllon Ulstrlbateda
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
lneorporeted In lSoS for tweaty-T jrearj
he the Legislator lor aauoauonai ana
Cnarlubl l.urposee-with a eaplUlorii,.
imi.OUO to whloh a reserve fund of over two,-
OUO has sine Dean aaueu.
Ily an overwoeimipe rwpu.. .
franchise wag made a part of the praeent State
ConstitntioB, adopted December M, A.D.
18e) rassd felal air Brew.
IbikwI1I Lake plavaa mealhly. It asesr
K-ala or poslpvau. Look at Ue follow lot
Extraordinary quarterly Brawluff
In the Academy of Music, New urioans,
Turadnr, Job lit, IMMe,
Under th personal euiwrvlsioa and aaaa
Urn.U. T. Raoraard,nf Ixiolslana, and
tleu. Jobal A. :asly.of Virginia.
Capital Prize, $153,000.
t5o.neti.nes 1 am laughed at for praising tnin
r:.! ... ... n. i.i.r that will couie to their
senses and believe the same as those that use
them, as dotene have whom I have i told.
May the time come when there shall be a
large Cutici as Hupi iy lloua in every u
n the world, for the benefit ol humanity.
L.1....nial KBMBIsIsta hftll D IO tl
oHky.aothat ihere will be rarely a need of
,.r entering a drug store. Hl,BBAH08
o,n D..llnn . . N.w Viirk. N. Y
Ccncfga Kgurpieaare a positive cure for
every form of Skin and Blond Disease, from
limnUa to Scrofula. Sold everywhere.
Price ! CfTict a. V; Soar. e ; Rsolv srr,
II. Preparrgey iMrn.sv......
n., r,. Iia.ton. Mars.
SLa) rar "How to 4"tira Bfcla Dla-
an, (j.i.. ......
DIHl'LKS, Blackheads, stkin niemienes
IW ,a Baby llumora.uae Cf Tirnaa Soar.
aa a t'U a M(l cnrtlH, PLE1'
uu. rhmmt Pains, inflamma
tion, Difficult Breathing. Asthma,
and Soreness of the l best and
'Pectoral Muaelns.alonee renev.u
...I ...l.ud to a speedy cure by
the IVT.rii.i ATI f.lM nwT...
W. N. HAJ-DEMAN,
P,..M.Bt cf th Great LOUISyiLr.tCOU.
RIER-JOURNAL CO., tells mat
he knows of
wintArsmith'. Chill Cure.
ew iaewe w----
Orncg or tss Oot-aiita-JocaKAL,
ClRVlLLB. n I .
Air I alve a rule 1 nave
al. Halves, Fifth. f.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 fanllal Prise of llfaJ,l 1.?1?
S - ' :. r Sit
I nrana rrne wi.
1 Grand Prise of
2 Large Prises of.
4 Large Prises of
M Prises of......
50 Prises of. -
1(10 Prises of. -
2ii0 Prises of. - -
Sis) Prises of. -
lOtW Prises of. -
in1 Annroiimation Prises of rJ...
l'W Approximation Prises of
In) ApproiimalioB Prune el
ttn Prises, amounting to ,oa
Application for rates to elub ahoald b
maJ. only to th. oBc of th Oompaaya
NFor0,fu"her hrmistlon vrrielewlj.
glvlns full address. FONT AL orJ. Ita
Jress Money Orders, or New York Egohang
fn ordinary letter. Currency by Kxprees tat
oar expense), addressed
New Orleaaa, I a.
Or H. A. BAPPHIS,
oistlWesllean --. "
m nii p I). Money Orders payable.
and address Registered Letters to
HEW ORLKAKS) ItATIOWaa, as,
Jew srluaa. I.
obeer'ved for many years, the value of your
Cure. 1 be private aasuranoe of it efBcacy
iStlS -J -on'-M,. rRMUW-. tfaMttJ
Kown -remedy had been Ui.. with tempo-
r.ry reliei-iu. .... .. ----- u ;
Your cuVer kTthVm'.t once, and there ha.
been no recurrence, of them f..r more than
" . . . . ' M 1. fnl I millTlale-li
Manhood. Ac.hartnj ln.a in
. . - . i
llft sa Ir linn-ton liiHurnuic w..
Vaaavv rs - ,
u.u.n.a. Taa . May 29, 1886.
mi ERE will be held. In the Company'
I .at., it Uli..,n street. I
a. u ui ii i ..v. .
Job S, 1NHB,
v. I..,. r 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.. a
"ection for FiTteen (16) Directors, to serve
th. Q'iw'7,l;rNs'D ST. Wg7
ja rsl np. Aiiuanna. w vi."
nnsasat sTr uriuti. IKIW r .
n w Twry too- k
, months. The other case waso. a
S'-ZjiSS. Vbecblil. would ?urn at in-
rB,ir,ly d,s.Pi..ar.d From '-. ';7()tu;
nity 1 have bad toj.idge, I do not
express iny belief that your tbill Cur. is a
valU;.l.le specific, and, ,.er!orms all you
promise lor it. ""'"ualdEM AN.
ARTHUR PETKR A CO.. Aenu, Louis
ville, Ky. ..
-..statWN'N lROJ BIIir.KS)
1 ...t.,lv eradicated mi.lartal
.nm lha svsUm Ol U.e ll"'e aou
P..rca. 4MI Poplar street, Mempbij, lenn.
when suffering from ehilla and I'jver
nine failed to benefit him.
Iff . . .1.;- , ,
nit. s.oaor t.mca 4 T .
. Deikt Xablea CL.: . .
'tr-4T- Book Casea, toon
' 'I Lettej Presses, Cn ,
"1 ladiea' Fancy li- s.4
rlo. Oliartt.itatn). l "
tPM. Po-l;uI U. '.a p.-
KowM-st irox itiri t:iH K.'
Mrs. A. Vulle-. No. &.7 Mains'"'
Mewph a, Tenn.. o .-hills and feser. - n't
taking the roiuedy she . a had ''' tt.
the malady, and she co...Jere u
remody in the world. j