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Th MEMPHIS and ATLANTA Baseball
Clubs will play a
Eatarday, JooeMh; Monday, Jan 7th: and
Iaesdar, Jane 8th. Take Madisoa street
cars, (lame callad at 4 o'clock.
Society tr PrTl f Cruelly tat
Aalmale and Cblldrea.
LECTURE BY BARNEY IIU0BE8
Under diractioD of Prol. Winklar, for
. BENEFIT OP SOCIETY IUND.
Wednesday EveBlng, Jue , 188S.
AX X UAL. PIC5HC
AT ESTIVAL PARK.
WedneMdnj-, Juue 0, 180.
Proeesalon at 1:30 p.m.-ca
To be given under the anspioea of
Memphis Typographical Union 'o.ll,
AT E3TIVAL PARK,
Monday, Juno 81, 18841.
This will be the moit enjoyable event of
All bid character! will please atay away,
4 they will not be tolerated on the groundi.
aXkrSealed bid for privileges will be re
3eived.b HENRY P. llANbON.at office of
Kecord Publishing Co., 295 Second itraat,
antil June lHih. .
ANEW PROCEiiH-For making old eol
Ian and cufftlook new. l-ee adrertise-
tnent of Memphis fftpam Lanndr.
WATCH Near the Kansas City Junction,
Monday, May 31st. a email lady's
Hutch, engraved S. J. 0. Return to Q. W.
Jones A Co. and be rewarded.
PENCIL GoH and pearl pencil. Finder
will be rewarded by returning to 145
TUB IDEA That collar! and enffi cannot
be re-laundried to appear equal to new
work. Sec Memnhia Steam Laundry adver-
"tiaeo-ent far particulars.
ROOMS ASD BOARD.
ROOMS AND BOARD-Deslrable newly
furnished room! and board at 49 Market.
OOMS AND BOARD Desirable roomi
and board at 72 Madison street.
ROOMS Ona large front room with bal
cony and one larre back room with
larg dressing-rcom, and tthert as good as
can be iound in the oity.
T5 UNION BT.
ESIRABLB ROOMS AND BOARD-
At 49 Market street.
ST. JAMES HOUSK-Cor. Second and Ad
ams eta. Room and board 15 per week.
Day board W per week.
00.M Furnished room, with or without
board, at 119 Uturt street.
OARD With excellent roam,
124 ADAM3 BTKBET.
5 NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
with or without board, at 137 Madison st.
TWO large unfurnished rooms, with or
wltheut board, at 69 Madison street, cor-
10 BUY-Small safe. Address
0. P. Q.. Appeal office.
TO ADVANCE MONEY On hnuiohold
property without removal. Addra-s
P. O. BOX 18.
OOD COOK-White, at 161 Second St.;
BUSINESS A party with long experience
and ample o'pital would buy interest in
wholesale grocery or produce business, or
would purchase retail grocery business if in
good location with first-class stock and fix
tures. Address BUS1NK-8, Appeal unice.
MAN to take an office and reprete it a
manufacturer) ftO per week; swall
capital required. Address, with stamp, Box
70 est Acton. Ma-s.
TWO GOOD WHITE GIRLS One to cook,
wash and iron, the other for housework,
for family of three; recommendations re
quired. Appl y at 135 Tennesioe street.
GOOD HOUSE EERVANT Apply at
17 TALBOT ST.
LADY AGENTS For Mr. Campbell'
New " Tilter" a TilUr, BuBtle, lioop
ikirtand Underskirt oombined. Hoops can
be removed and skirt iaundried. Adjusta
ble to anysise. Ve-y fashionaole, and sells
for 12 to every well-dressed lady as soon aa
hown. Arenta double their money. Al'o,
a lull line of new furnishing goods for ladies
and children. Address, with stamp, E. 11.
CAMPBELL A CO., No. 44 West Randolph
street, Chicago, III.
QALESMEN In every Stat in the U ion
P to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
BricuLTias thatare popular and easy sell
ing. Can ba handled alone or in connection
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
VRICE MANUFG. CO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
O K LABORERS Apply at M., B. and A.
JjO R. R., corner Broadway and Main sts.
fpO BUY A good-eiae gentle pony; must
A be sound and safe for lady to drive.
4.17 0RLEAN8 8T.
ORSE OR MARE For phaeton, soluble
tor lady to drive. Call at oflire of
LAKE A DORION. 268 Frnt st.
C100K Colored man eook t
J 72 MADISON ST.
COOK A good cook to live on the prem
ises at 306 SKCOND St.
T7WRRYBODV To sail and see the eele
JJj brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
treat, near r nriar.
OU TO LOOK At the Memphis Steam
Laundry ad. and learn to Keep in style.
POSITION By a good steady boy in store
or effioe. Address J. 0., Appeal office.
EVERYBODY TO KNOW-fhat I have
made the greatest discovery of the age
in filling teeth with gold. For the next
thirty dan 1 will fill teeth forfl 60. .
A. w bmsu.i, wi wain st
OCCUPAiiTS-For pleasant rooms at 227
Main street, nearCoart Square.
AGENTS coin money with our Amateur
Photo outfit, and collecting family
pictures to enlarge, special 30-day offer.
.EMPIRE OOP lING CO., m Canal St.. K.Y.
FEATHERS-Old and aear feathers.
Higheat cash price paid at
GABAY'S, 401 Shelby street
MEN and wemen to start a new bnsinasi
at their homes, easily learned in an
hour; ICo to 60c an hour made daytime or
evening. Send 10c lor a package of samples
.and 24 working samples to commence on.
.Addres ALBANY SUPPLY CO.,All.any.N.Y
MEN. ETC. 240 station men,
.on Bald Knob extension, 25 miles from Mem
gihs. Apply on work at Tyroma river, or
to loof, MoUowan A Co.
HARVEY A BCOTT.
MKN To do station work on Bald Knob
railroad ; ttation work at 11 to 13 cents.
Also, Ue-mker at 12 cents. Apply to
HA ' KJUfT, Tyroniie.
it) GOLD A riLVKR For cash or ex-
change. Ml;Lr'R", Jeweler,: Ma n.
lit II E T c.ifh prt es paid for old and new
L FEATH KKS at 44 Main "treet.
M If W i .uLARi 70
dre-s at one.'. IR. SCOTT'S
sLKCTRIG GOODS. M2 Broadway, New
York. The onlygon uine.
AGENTS In every section of ti country
for two New Books, jo.it reau y- Sri'iL
Taaus to men of experience capa yle pf fill
ing a large territory. State eiper.enM. age
and territory an ted. CASSELL- AflO.
(limiud). Broadway, N. X., and H) Ptex
ora street, Chicago.
This powdrr never vwiae . A marvel ol
purity, strength and wholttomenees. More
economical than the oroinar? kinds, and
eannot be sold in eom vlitloa wi'.h the
altitude oi low test, shrt weight alun or
pnosphate powders. HMd al saean. RoiaL
BIIn Piivbh fin.. V Vfl .M.wYreW
Six llandrtome New FIre-Soemed Res
idences and t Bfuntlful Bond
ing Lola OB
TUIRSIAY, JU5E 10, 1S843,
Beginning at 11 o'clock a.m.
Located on Walker, Hammings and Elm
wnnd avannea. two bloka from teimlnua of
Beale street ear line. Hounes are brand
new, beautirully and snbstantlaiiy Duut,
with closets, cisterns, cuiboufe", etc.
TWO LOTS, 60x150 eat each, sold with
Tarma for hoaeee wltt two lots. 1250 eaahs
balance, 125 per menth, with 6 per oent. in
terest. For vacant lota, 150 eish; balance, $10 per
month, wit 6 per cent interest.
Purchasers desiring to pay all cash will
hare 5 per cent, discount on deferred pay
ments. SALE OX THE GROUNDS.
Property shown at any time previous to
sale by applying to T. A. LAMB or J. U.
BARTON, owners, 10 Madison street.
Splendid opportunity to parties who are
tired of paying renti and want a home of
their own. ,
Jacob Steinkuhl will be on the ground
with a full line of refreshments for bidders.
F. W. ROYSTER fc CO.,
AI'4T HW KHH
tsorcr T) i3000 to oaB 'n ,um, to
iUUU suit parties having notes well
indorsed, rent notes, chattel mortgages or
other reliable security. Inquire at
Z SECOND ST.
O. A. address F. A.. In strict eonfi'
. donee. No. 1 Broadway, New York,
CI8TERN8 Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brloX'
layer. Telephone WW. TH08. CUBBINS.
TTiONY A bav mare t.onv: white soot in
JL forehead; brand F C en shoulder and
thigh, to reward if delivered to U. r. CAV
ANAQH, McLemore ave., near College.
ClOW Saturday afternoon, a cow about
i six years old, white, with large red
spots: small hornr, turning in; long and
tall in shin; in good order; branded on
right hand hip, unless ruhbed off, 8. P. Lib
eral reward for information, or if returned
to 139 Alabama street-
ROOMS-Sin.l. " 'n "VcbCRTBT.
COTTAGE With seven rooms, near street
car line, at (Ji per monm. Appiy 10
H. F. DIX. 297 Second st.
TWO NEAT COITAGES-Apnly to
A. COKDE j, 17 Talbot st.
H0U8E For the summer months, a fur
nished house with rooms, well located.
References reqn red. RENTER. Appeal. .
"TICE COTTAGE Three rooms on College
.y atreet, nenr sostn gate ot tlmwooo.
APp,y at 36 tn.on street. jQg
UTOREHOUSE-No.9 Union atreet, with
E. E. MEARHAM
10TT0N-8HED Corner of Union and
J Third streets. JS. js-MBAAiam.
"nESinRNCR Fir threa or a;x months.
XV my residenoe inthocityof Fort Smith,
Ark., with or without furniture. Brick
bouse with ten rooms, in the most desirable
Eart ol the city Good well of water and
vdrant in the vard: honse furnished with
gas; near street-car line; every convenience
ol a nome. Aaureis
R. D. SEALS.
Fort Smith, Ark.
OUSE-No. S3 Fifth street, Chelsea.
Apply to J. U. WILLI AM1UM,
AtWm. R. Moore's.
HOUSE A new douh'e-tenement house, 4
rooms on each aide; nicely finished;
large yard; in fct, all conveniences, on
Ross avenue. Good cistern. Apply to Mrs.
E. Quinlan. 13U Manassas t
UhNISUKD KUUMb-ForgenU and for
h"uvk4i'iTi(r) m 1 in i;ourt fureet.
MARE Bay, 15 hands high, 8 years; fine
animal. Aptly to Superintendent
Eltnwood Cemetery, at north gate, or at the
Office, 36 Union street.
T"AYING BUSINESS To some geod phy-
JL sician, for 16(10; no trouble in contrnlltng
pusiness. p. II., Appeni ouica
OARlUNG-HOUSB AND 8AL00N At
146 front, cor. Kictutnge. Apply tnere
LD PAPERS-Cheap. at . ..
UGGY-PH AETON AND HARNESS In
good condition, cheap. Call on
F. A. JONE3 A CO., 61 Monroe st,
LpNGINB, Boiler, Tubs, Ringers and a
J Li complete outfit for a Steam Laundry.
Will be sold cheap by S GABA Y, Agent and
1 : u .1 . .m. L.ll..
V, oimiariuo mpruuaui, wjoubih; .how..
BRICK-YARD-Complete; two Andrew!
drv dirt trip-bammer machines, capac
ity 30.0UO to 40,01 per day : forty horse-power
engine, boiler, shadst everything ready for
business; plentiful supply of dirt. For
terms, etc., aaare's
TOOF, McGOWAN A CO.,
274 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
HORSE A gentle horse and a stylish
new light spring wagon, cheap.
. WM. LliNN. 143 Madison street.
PHAETON One low phsetoa and har
ness, both in good order : will be sold
very cheap. Address PHAETON, Appeal
office, or call at State female college.
mRNNRSHKK 8TATB CERTIFICATES
X Receivable -or any and all dues to the
btate. uvtHMa A untAivii..vvn.
nnniiTHY NEWSPAPER Aidress
8 W. BARBER. Ashlai-d City. Tenn
KriAR FRNTTNfJ POSTS For sale br
W. K. LAIthlM, Lartinsville. Aia.
OOD 500 cords of wood in am ount! to
salt purcnaseri. .
EOffi WILL BUY a new business for
DAJJ the etate of Tennessee, Ala
bama, Missouri or Louisiana, to make larga
eaah profits at once: a monopoly fully ,oro-
teoted. Parties wisnm a good business aa-
dress MAMit AlTl'KKri, this emcew
A T NEWPORT NEWS, VA. 1000 lots, 1 00
XX t. water tro t, tx teet deep, ror tiui
Inlormanon address "Jl. A. UKAI,
47 t.evinvtntl atreet. Baltimore. H
TLa Grmania Athkfc A(8T''tioa
will .ImV rato f flit first anr.iin' 'T irn.
fo t" a', Kitival Paik ncit S.im'av.
TLere will b" a nnmbsmf i rir. 8 t ; b-
contett"d for ''jr the i flu-ei t c ass s
of tberlu Ihi contest will betio
at 2 o'cloi k p m., iDtl wi 1 becaii -d
on the tro ,t jr part if th - ale nooa
and Luht. The proceeHg of this fes
tival will ba use! in fitting np tin
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY,
MLS1C A.D ELOCUTION
ENTERTAINMENT AT THE CLARA
A Large and Delighted Aadlence Wit
nesses Some Beautiful and la
Several hundred ladies and gentle
men assembled br iovita'ion at tbe
Claia Conway Institute at 10 o'c!o:k
yesterday morning, to witcesa tbe ex
erciaea of the pupils of Mim Martna
Fleming in elocauon aaa Miss lie en
Flomiuu in vocal music. The exercises
di (Tared in many respects from those
of the past, and it was plainly t J be
seen that the young ladiue had en
joyed the advan'aneof the latent and
Dett approved methods of instruction.
The audience was delighted, and warm
and close as it was, at no time did in
terest nag. It was well bus atned
throughout the entiie programme,
frequently breaking forth in enthusi
astic applause. There were six recita
tions in all, admirable tia:ning and
contiderable ability being shown ia
each and eveiy instance. Miss Pimm
give an abi ictged version of M ra.Br jwn
mg'a "Rhyme ol the Ducbcts My" ith
much effect. "Ctimtinaa Night in the
QuTlQra" was admi ably done by Miss
Annie Joces. Tconyeon's famous
pcem, tbe "Farewell of Arthur to
Uenevieve," wa? rendered with agrace
and tlnisb which marked Miss Acioe
an eloculienist of considerable dra
matic ability. Miss Raines' delivety
of Burger's "Lnore," accompanied on
the piano by Miss Richardson, was a
novel and instructive feature. Pioba
bly the most graceful and artistic ef
fort was that of Mrs. Margaret Wilt
shire, who recited Adelaide Proctor's
"dtory of the Faithful Soul." 8el'.
i ossessed, well poised and earnest, the
made a deep irrpieaHDn npoa her au
dience. Losirg no point that might
aid to the elieci of the recitation, she
made hi each phrase Its appro
priate sestnie. The expreeeive play
of her features, tho working of bar
bauds and arm, ber posture indeed,
her entire bains seemed to bs siveu
over to aid in the expreeeioa of senti
ments to which lemarkably pure
and strong voice gave in itaalf real
and deep meaning. Nono of theschiol
companions of lovely little Fatt-lle
Lata) are likely t) ne jeaioui uecau e
tbe reporter unhesitatingly pro
nounces her performance one of
the gems of tte mornicg. It was a
deligbtful relief from tue strain of
orthodox recitations She is barely
fourteen, but looked a little near, r tbe
age cf Betsy Babbstt when she ap
peared in an old-fashioned gown, a
cap nd apron and white wig, and
took ner Beat upon ine i mtior.n wuu
a dish of potitoea in her lap. In true
Betsy Babbett style, eha told how
"that stonn d that." The play of her
clear-cut, expressive featuies ws de
lightful to behold. ise:ore sns nan
half finished a group of a dozen callow
youths, s anding at tucb an angle as to
ettsh her dark eye at int-rvals, were
figuratively standing on their beads.
One of the most novel, entertaining
and instructive feitures of the pro
gramme wasa pantomime the 'ecitt
tion of poems by gesture and facial
expression ra licr than by niera words.
Expectation, affection, anger, rorrow,
joy, fear, religious duvotion and the
itiin ol patting were anas plainly
shown as if the words bad been re
peated. Those who took part were
Mrs. Wiltshire, Mas Raines, Misi
Pimm, Miss Aciee, M S3 Jo.-it) liott,
Miss Lllian Den on and Miss Lelia
Levy. They we.'e dres ed in flowing
robes of light materiul well suited to
the exercUe. The music, vocal and in
strumental, wssineveryway admirable.
Kay mend's "'Charge of tbe Cavalry"
was given witb spirit and in admiral e
time by Misses M. L. McCoriyand M.
Herron at one piano and Missts Eva
Johnson and Kat;e Sledge at ano her.
Ms? Eh tee, in a rolo by Chopin end in
aduttfrom Lie, with Misa Eolline,
gave proof of excellent t'ainiog and
considerable native ability, MifS
Corinns Mansfield, who sang Lach
mei's"Ihe 8ea Hath It's Pearls" in
excelled voice, was charmingly ac
companied by M'.tB Lizzie Dillard
npon the vio'io. Misi Denton created
no lit leenthusiaxm by her rendit on
of Bale's "Tbe Day is Done." She
has a r'oh and flexible voice of con
siderable power. Shomacher'a "When
Thro' Life" nas effectively
given by Mies's Hawkirs and
l'aylor. The singing of tbe chorus
wss heartily applauded. At tbe close
of the exercisBS Mi's Conway prf sint
td a prize to Mies Florence Dillard for
penmanship and to Miss Qnacken
bush for a crayon sketch. Tne exer
cises of the graduating class take
place to morrow.
GORE AT GRAYSON'S.
FRED (OUKWELL, FOBHKRI.T OF
Shoots and Kills 1. R. Ale xadfr
At Grayson's LsaaadlnK,
Information was received by the po
lica yesterday of a fatal affray on Sun
day list at Grayson's, a landing about
twelve miles below the city on tbe
Mississippi rivtr. when Fred Cogswell
shot and killed James R. Alexander.
An Appeal man yesterday otraioed
a statement from Cogswell's father,
which gives his Bide of tbe case accu
rately. His etory is at follows: Alex
ander was once a prosperous farmer
cear Grayson, cultivating lest year a
tract cf 200 acres. Tore, year, how
ever, he has but eeventy-five acres, or
probably less, and has been drinking
very heavily, tie becmeaj wild ana
almcst insane when under1 the influ
ence of liquor, and cn such oscaeions
h's neighbois give bim a wide bcr:b.
He ba. had a special fondncw for an
noying Cogswell, and about two
months ago broke open hi 4 (tors-door
witb a rail, which 'Le used bat'eriog
ram fashion. At another time he
pressed Cogswell si hard as to force
nim Id take refuge in a loft over biiown
store. Last Saturday night be was to
wild with drink that his own brother,
who wes engaged in paying off band-t,
had to flint up shop and get oat of his
way. Sanday evening, while nnder
the influence of whisky he wer.t inut
Cogswell's store and roundly cursed
him, anplying to bim the Lulta-t and
most degrading epithets. Two nrgrres
who were in tbe store at tbe tim-, onn
of whom bad bren sbo, by Alexander
i n a f r n-r occa. ion, g t out of th'
way a'd left tbe pair alone in tbe
stirs toge her. Alexander s'ard re
hiad Ve counter to get a pi tol, bu
C g-widl whs ton quick for i.im tn i to
save h i on I ft tird. A'eia ider
aai ki led and Cfpsaell le't 'he p ace
Alrxant er's broth-r, who i aa ov"
Berr n th- Ap es n p a- e, atd a -aid
tc be vry much iik d, wi-a in thf it
y e day. Coswel is la'd to h v
lOQ -edir rt'o Mtmphin, I ut it is n t
known whether he U still with IN
relat'ves here, rr baa diaitrd. 11
f jrmtrly lived in Memphis, and these
who know him best are prept 1 to
believe bis ttory, the incident ( tlis
loft, and all. Toey do not th ik be
killed A'exander until forced! do so
to defend his own life. HisfatV now
keeps a grocery stare at No. 65 dams
THE KEPCULICANS 31 JET.
the ir.i.i:i ti NFi.rrri
Wbattel. Tom Harailtaa had to
Bay Aboeit JHea Mil
At the Expotition buildin; traettr
day, mass-meeting of Re dicans
fo (elect dale Kates to the Stat Judi
cial and Gnberaatorial Coi dUod,
was rilled to order by C jirman
Ramsey of the Executive Coamittee.
He announced that forty-eev n dele
gates were to be selected.
JUDOS DROWN CBA1BMA.
Gen. M. T. Williamson, ej-United
States Marshal, nrm'nated ludgeT.
W. Brown for permanent c' drman.
He made a gorgeous orator!' 1 ellort,
in which he took occasion tr ay that
the Republican party had n uh the
best material for the bench.
C3UMITTKE ON DKLCQAT
On motion, J. T. Turner, lolored,
was elected fec:ctiry, and a jnituit
tee of seven wai appiinted 'i select
a list of delegate i. Ihefollovi ngwere
chosen: H. B. Ramsey, chaii can; C.
L. Sc.npgs, J. T.Turnsr, W. Fifl.l,
8 H. Haynes, W. A. McGui e, N. L.
Edwardi. J. C. Hcok. M. T. Villiam
son, James Nash and H. Tic vbridge.
A small pow-wow.
While the committee wis at work
carying out the purpose for vhtth it
wai appointed, speeches we i called
for. Mr. Boll W. Etberii ;e. the
Clerk of tho United Statet Circuit
Court, and a dark horse for t e Attor-ney-Generalubip,
rubbtd down tbe American eajle in
bis own peculiar style.
WANTS TO DRAW TH1 LUK8.
Tin next f peker was Col. Thomas
A. Hamilton. He made a bitterly
partisan tpeech, declaring bime'f for
Blaine and Lrgai in 1888 aclpiying
his respects to i lie c lass he wis pletet-d
to call tho ballot-box; stu 11 a. CjI.
Hamilton, after having diijios'd of
national affair", dipped into oeal poli
tics and raid he was in f -ivoi of nomi
nating Republicans for all Us county
otticts whenever a convention should
be held. He believed iu drawing the
party lines strictly. B: carting more
spsclfla he declared bimBelf to bs un
alterably opposed tatbe non, nation of
Gen. G. P.M. Timor to Ueoflkeo'
Attorney General. Ha did not know
that the gentleman Ud aver
rendered the Republican patty
any service which st aid en
title him to locugiitlon at their
hinds. Mr. Hamilton did not (ay
whom tbe Republicans should nomi
nate, though it is pretty veil known
that he is working like a beaver for
Col. S. H. Haynes. An Alabama pol
itician named Bevies also woke the
echoes, and at the conclusion of his
remarks the committee of teven made
the following report:
LIST or DBLBGATKS.
W. M. 6mUh, J. W. Vernrn, W. J,
Smith, H. B. Kamwy, T. a. Hamilton.
S. U. Haynes, J. U. Smltl , I. M. 11 ill,
Wm. M. Randolph, R. F. Pattereon, T.
W. Brown, H. F. Dix, Wra. R. Moore,
T. J. Latbam, J. 0. Pierce, J. K- B k
low, Wm. Finnev, H. B. CuHro, J. B.
Clough, M. T. V illiamson, F. W. But
tinghane. J. T. Mors, W. A. Fields, W.
H. Meredith, M. HirickUnd, Wal
lace, Rev. Talley, Ben Painrt, Joh'dIi
Dtvis, J. W. Gay, Cbarl.s Hlleon, W.
Brown, G. Marcos, T. F. Casstls,
Green Evans, J. T. Tnrotr, L. H.
Fields, E. O. Tvler, H. Towbridge, B.
K. Sampson, uevge Kifkman. Fred
R.Hunt, Jamea Nieh, J.'W. Moore,
J. U. Sailor, Fred Smith,
Bill W. Ethhhiixii, Judge Howell
E. Jackson's c!er'f, goes to Nashvil'o.
Tus president of the Wa'er Com
pany will assist in the delect ion of Su
preme Judges and a Governor.
Cahsillb will be then-, so will Smith
and Ranvey and Brown and William
son and C.ou jb, and all the rast of
the bpys. j
Lymus Wallaci, (tne of the dele
Bates, is at preeeot a member of tbe
City Council a d a Republican candi
date f jr Register. :
Col Tom Hamilton left no doubt as
to where he etocd. Ho is in favor of
a straight-out Republican ticket, and
don't want any Tamer in his'n.
"Wixtbr Duck," otherwise J. B.
Ciough, wss appnin'ed one of the del
egates to Nashville. This B the party
whom it is a temp ed to foist npnn
Juden Howell E. Jacksin as Clerk of
tbe United States Circu t Court.
Two ykabs aifo Judge T. W. Brown
presided over a Democratic County
Convention at ths Eiroitten build
ing The delegates failed to find an
ollice for him on that occasion. He
hopes ti have better hi 'k now that he
baa gone over completely to the Re
Visitors on 'Change yes'erday : C.
Z Cole. Chester. 111.; J. T. Alvis,
Water Valley, Miss.: Dr. Jamas Mont
gomery, Carroll parixb, La.; L. M.
Nance, Columbus, Miss.: R. G. Mus
grove, Helena; Charles E. JIarwood,
Clobino prices of .Inly options at
Chicago yesterday: Pork, $8 85;
lard, 6 15c; rlear rib sides, 6Jc; corn,
3tc; wheat, 7(ijc; oats, 28i.c.
Has a reputation as a humorist that
many men envy. He ia full of genuine
wit, alwaya in a p leaf an t frame of
mind, and when he announces the
fact that he wi 1 le .tore at a certain
lime and place there ia an Inward feel
ing among his friends and admirers,
"Well, I will bs certain to go and hear
Barney has never yet failed in any
thing be uudeitikee. In fact he doea
not know bow to fail, and those who
hear him to-night will bava ciuse to
rongratu'a'e theme. lvts at their good
f jr une.
He ha Belacttd for his lecture to-
r.wht "The Mule," and as he will he
so very amusing it ia sngge ted that
buVons heeewed en extra f'ght, otner
wi .i.-t-nera wbo are di-po t-d to
lnuh will r u i ,n a hut o i o' so
Ti e MoiJtt Hall, Ma n 't M nmtb f
Adams s'ru. t, ia tin- pi c. sullied for
tie entt r a i met t, an I i isu-mmc-s-b
try ti i rev; i' up m. anvh' dy t' t
:eud, btca to- "t ey eih b tutr-."
Drum iionil' Natural Leal
T; e only genuine "N' ural I-af"
tobacco in the mark t "two tin (aiP.
one on tacli end of tliep iik;" a mild.
elegant chew. Don't be deceived into
buying imitations. Take none ml tlm
original "Druuimond'n Natural l;af"
JUNE 0, 18S6.
BEATEN BV LICRY HITS.
MEMPHIS DEFEATED BY A SCO HE
OF 4 TO 8.
Black (jets In Ills L'snal Home Rua
Tbe Natthville (ante
Black played in hard lut k yestor
day. After jiitcbingeitiht inuingt witb
un ocked loreUoctivruesiiuiit li ddirg
the viti ore down to three t,i s, hesua
denly, in the ninth inning, allowed
the vis.torj to gdt on to Lib delivery
to the extent ot tnree eucct stive sale
bits, icsultirg ia two earnrd ruaa and
tuni ng defeat into victory. It is pr
liculariy uniorainate for lilac rt, b--ciuse
it he bad hf Id np for one inning
linger be would have hid the cit'Jit
not only of winning a game from At
lanta, but of having pitol.ed the most
eflective game ytt pit-.-btd by any of
cur pi'.cbetaagaiLSttbe poweuul slug
gers of the Atlauti te m. As it is, hie
r. -putation as a pitcher is bouud to
eullVr, baaebill exp-.-rts being unwill
ing to pin their faith tj a man wl.o
collapeos when victory ia almost is
euied. It ia to be hoped that the let
loa of yeettrJay will bjaiccjttd is
conclusive, acd that Mr. Blank's un
doubted nit rilsaia ball player will
hereafter be utilizod where tliey are
likely to bring about tLe but rtSiilis.
It is in tbe lield aid at tho bat tba'.
Back looms up most conep'ctt usly,
and it is to be hoped that he w.ll heie
aftvr be confined to these lines of ball
playing, in which hecerlit'oly has ru
super.ora in ihe Sjuihern League atid
Of yee'erday's game it would be
unjust to i peak except in terms of
pra se, tbe nelding of both nines being
almcst perfect, especially in center
field, where both Whit.hiad and
Moore male surprising catches, con
verting apparently sale hits into er
rors. But for tbe fine fioldiug ol bo h
nines the score might have been
Black's home rnn in the (cventh
inning, when the score wm 1 to 0
against Memphis, wai the striking
feature of tbe game, wintcuvai and
Sue d also did good work with the
stick, b.tb making hits that brought
in a run.
Snetd, r. f 4
McSorley, 3d b .. 4
Atdrews, 1st b 2
Broughton, I. f. 3
Black, p 4
Co'giin, c 4
Fns-wlibach, t. a. 4
Phelan. 2d b 4
R. B B. P.O. A. X.
0 10 0 0
0 0 10 0
0 0 5 2 0
0 0 4 1 1
0 0 3 2 1
0 15 2 1
113 0 0
3 (i 24 0 3
R. OH. P.O. A. (.
0 0 0 1 2
0 10 0 0
114 0 0
2 13 2 0
0 1 12 0 0
0 12 4 0
0 0 3 0 0
0 0 0 1 0
4 6 27 9 2
Whitehead, c. f... 4
Cline, b.s 4
Moora, c. f 3
Lvons. 3d b...... 4
Lvccb. 1st b 3
8 ricker,2db 3
Williams, r.f ;i
Bhatler, p 3
lliimmini i'limsil runs Memohis .
1 AtlHIlva, -l,ni iiw" v" .v.u
Memphis, 1; Atlan'a, 3. Firjtbaseon
called bjlls Memphis, 3; Atlanta, 2.
trtnick out -lly Blick, 2; by Shatter, 3.
Lefton banea Memphis, 7 ; Atlanta, 3.
Twa-basj hi a Philan. LyonB, Lvnth.
. . .1 ... o L'Im VnnA nn ii I rnn
Home run-iiaca. i'ouuio pmya
Pl.olnn to An irHava. Strieker to Lvnch.
Passed ba ls-Colgun, 1 ; GuriBon, 1,
IS tees Htolt-n AimrewF, r iitwiuiu-n,
Purcall, Lyons Umpire FjI Hrnglo.
thu rn.lnii hthln Nashville
c'ub will mhke its tlebut bete l oin a
league p tint, of view. I hey played
Iihiu lunt March in an exhibition
vain? and dmlinguiil ed thtm'e'vrs
hy linouking tmir; Alex Vow on ol
the box. Kut they will t ave no Vors
to fu e t '-dy. The leit hardetl ter
mr, O'Lu'ry, wi 1 bold the box, and
him before totbtir
sorrow. On both occas'onB that he
has pitched against them Memphis
won. In the first name thy got seven
. . . . . a m a t 1 1 ii
bits, in the next lliree. raarr, uiinrry
and O'Btien were the lucky tbree
.u fnnml thn tall, ttin latter oott nu
a three-bapger. II u iary does
kalf as well today Hie game is an
over but the shouting, and M -mphis
mill luvi aililml ano:hr to her score
ot creditable vict r es. The Emperor
... , . .i. ,
nf Japan will uouuuew pica iur
Nashville, and it is oor impression
tint the boys will get on 'o him. "To
nobody second, he's cerlainly reck
oned,'' but he will have to exHhit
his powers for all that is in bim if he
expocts to win to-day.
There is no reason to V e Bpprehon-
aii-n rl tlin toillt It will all (IflnHIld
upon the pitchers, and in tlint respect
we rave a nine tie oem ui it.
The Nashville men have the repu
tation of biting formidable sluggers,
innm formiilaliln avan thin Atlllllla.
The record will not bear out that
theory. Here is h o w th ey stand, we
will take tbe nine beat batters in
Total 2 491 Tctal 2.493
TliRefiunrarolticial and arxcotn-
niloil Irnm ilnfa nn fila in the otfioe of
tli e leatrne sjtretary. It is therefore
safe to arsnme that we nted fear no
wnrcn In atmrnt at thn liAnda of Nash
ville than we got from Atlanta, and it
was on'y the turn oi a nair inai pre
vented tbe Memphis club frjm win
ning fnnr ttrnwhts from Nashville
Tiie Appbal looks for three ont of
four, at least, and k bas.a this beief
npon the fact that the Nshvil'e play
ers are net aa goca neidtrj as toe ai
lantaa. Here are the figurrs:
Alhmln. I Kilfhvillt.
aine,s,s 8')3 Beard, s. s K43
Lynch, 1 b 0(il O'Br en, 1 b WO
Strieker, 2 b.. .OKi) Bittman, 2 b... 8K)
Lvons, 3 b 894 Hillery, 3 b.... 812
Williams, r. f. .8(14, Marr, r. f 838
Monrp.c. f H43iSowders. c. f ... .'
Purcell. 1. f... .WliGoldsby. 1.1... .844
Total 0 23. Total 0.119
We br- i -ve i th -r, f n, b 'e ti
abiitiiM t.f,tat tl,H h.tnie n'teaii fa
k. t,. V-alivill tlin ttuvil.il
Witt) At n a. T . fol'o oing ate the
pml a1-!- ta t i g orJ-r
f r to-dav
So a d rs. f
Simeii, r f.
A n 'rewa, 1 t b.
M. o I y, 3d b.
B' u t , u.
1 . , '.f.
F s i a a s.
. n 21 h.
W; eh a.l. e. f
f ! I
(i. id by, 1. f.
II Per , 3d b.
Marr. r. I.
H ard, a
O Pr. n, 1 t b.
h t ma , 2d b.
Bie , p.
cn 1 haesp,
Tb Oaly ftulaa .. Psnslahrtl.
larao ai ihs .rr. ,
Macom, Ua., Juuu 8 Macon won
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
OFI'IrE Room 1 ;new) I'otton Exchange Building. Telephone 60S.
Xorih Kriiltat and
rantllo .nearly) S.VI.OOO
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Vmiam a( l altlaraala 1,1
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All classes of property InsareJ. Hp.ciul Attention given to insurini Cuaatrr Stxrea.
a,OTF M anil K HHIIHia.
the game here this after'oon l.v a
score of 3 to 1. Each club plnye.l for
all it wa worth, Mac .in tasUtii the
leid and bo ding it throughout the
game. Nolan pi died for Savannah,
tiillen citche'. Smith he'd the fort
in the box for Mao n, assisted l y
Drtker. The visitors wera unable to
find Smi h's delivery, while Nolan
was bit har.l. The fielding ef l't'ltz.
the short stop work of Millet an. I
Walsh and the eflective work of s . ith
and the second b se rluyiug nf ti i'
were the feat i res of the g me I'm
p!re Burns appeared .jf! at time".
Score by iniiings: ,
S.vannah 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1
Macon 2 0 g 0 1 0 0 0 0-3
Thfy M ill UM Frlemilly bill Warm
ISriCliLTO TBI aPFIAL.'
NAKiivnxr, Tknn., .lure S -The
NashvdlfS defeated the Chattano-gus
in a five innin gunie today, rain
stopping the play rfter that inning.
The Wills mde 4 in th first inning
ami the viBito s their only run in the
fifth, a home run by Slireve I Minion
and Hullman were the local battery,
and Shrevo and McClung for the vis
itors. Each side made four bits. The
Nashville team left for Memphis lo
night. Much interest is felt in I ho
first meeting betw een the two Tennes
see crack teams, nod the locals were
accompanied by tevernl wa-m admir
ers aa mascots.
Tbe Oltlrlnl Krrard lo May HMD. In.
V'a.r.n, ti.., fiilinu'imr fjllile fr'tll
the Nrffhville Ami-rican ol M-irdiiV. It
is defective as far as it applies to tho
IVlemplllH l 1(11), 111 Mini licnililiffl nil
men! on of Andrews, our excellent
captain anil first baseman:
CU nUAlTINU AND 11 ASK RUNN1NU.
B) I W I po I w I'iViS
6 S 5 S. S? ff 2
M AuKUsta ....
FIKbDINO AND HATTINQ A V K RAI1K8.
r s b- 5' r
CLUBS. Z- : "
! j ; 2
: r- i
0 tr w ski
i i. hi
f f ! s iff
Mi. I s
W KIW .4(11 I'M 22 .Kit
11 l.fM" :rr-J i72i .mm
it a 9 i 2:1; 1 .w
.1 n 11 ;v2 1 1:. (1 1IKNI
l 20 7 .3 11 ; :mi 4 .khii
W in" :Vr ..127 U2! H .91.".
t'i lir2l; :u: 9.'. ir. .wi.'.
;m Dmli-i :.m s-2 In ,h:ih
:i Ui :i .,117 1 9111 .H-14
' 1211:17 .:kI 27ii 11 ,!ki
i U! U. Hli I 1H T, M'Hi
' I22i.lti .29 4.'. HI.IW2
V :wn m m .m
B2a 2ivi K2 7. U21
; 121 .14 2Nl ' lin: ! KS2
;ll 14o!:i9 .27H 1 :W' 7,H4i
-i 792J 27H 41 Rl.tWH
. 7HI2I .27H I 1M 2II.KKII
12f.!m .272 HI.'., ft .91
29 I14':tl .271 J 2M llll. tail
111 7i' l'l .271 . 711 .9H9
21 K-i; .271 lltl 71 91
:i in!:t 2"iil w lil 9;w
M 12lli:l2 .2hil.l M ill .m:
211 '19 2.; aaii lm tr .hih
:ii li;i:' .-: 1:9 l:t .ml
1.1 . fill II 21 1191 :i MA
27 .ll!2a 2r'7 at! H .W.I
;tl i:m:m .M Uh 14 .H9t
.SI 12.1111 ii',2i 1:17 K ,lXA
111 llli '.M .2.V)! M II .9MI
12 4 12 :m at 4 .am
III fill I 2l.'ii 41 f) .8
17 2lf .211 M 8 .911
29 ll 2li ,2illi .1"4 2 .W
:u iJk :ui isi 19 .mm
17 tiTilii 2 IS 1.9 R .'.N12
i'i. In) 21 XII: 21 7 .7l
II t.'i,l:i .2:111 47 4 ,921
1 3 fft 13 ,!Ci 122 9 .911
H :i 7 21:1 77 4 V)
Mil 1211144 .2.12 91 17 .K42
2:1 . ''! .2:12 art 3 :
It ; II .2..1) 24 2 921
III f7IH ,2'k: M2 7 .91.1
Z& V'1 ,12rt: :v It ..Mil
2.' ft 22ii IWI 4 .91.'.
I.S Mil2 .2:tl l-2t -7- JV
K :il7.22' 2ll9.7'
2S 197 24 224 1I7U .K7J
2 Hll2il .224 Mil (I lm)
24 91 21 SEI l:W 1H ..(
12.1 2i .222 in 21. 841
27 W '4 .222 112 19 . M
27 1(11 21 V2I 6(1 2 WiS
1 I Ml II ,22'i 31 8 .91ii
11 8. 7 ,2IH 9 2 "IK
lit tki II .21ft 134 8 94.1
III th. 14 212 h's 4 912
'44 911 19 211 Ml 19 894
:l lift 22 . 207 181 HI 918
12 39 8 Mi 19 3 8.11
l?i f.9 12 .293 3d ft 878
2il 118 .,3 ftll 9W
U V.l i .Ml ftl 8 8.14
211 1119 22 2o2 78 1rt 828
29 114 V .2111 192 111 .911
ai lift 21 .198 49 8 87.9
21 82 If. ltti 13ft II 924
i 12 4.'. 9 9: 3 9f.8
24 97 19 19ft 2III 3 mi
, III Hi 7 .194 I8i 3 Ki7
11 119 21 191 .'i2 19 818
, 1ft f,7 II 1!'2 8 .1 9S7
29 8(1 If .187 74 22 . 779
29 1118 2 .15 1IU2I 819
12 49 9 181 191 ft 791
14 t: V .18- 7ft ft 9.18
'fi ll..l2l 182 l.'.2'2:i 81.8
22 4ll.' .178 39 7 847
19 71 i IV Itl'l 7li l(l 8M
:) 12T.21 IMS 48,11 811
21 7IMI1 lft7 Aft 1C .fit
III 381 ft lft7 49 ft 8S8
III ft8l 9 l.Vi 31 0 lll
6 'AH 3 . lfttl 3II1 1 9T0
llll-li .147 292 li
28' 91,11 .l:j.9 tl 22 813
7 3(1 ' .Us Hi ft 8o7
ft 1;, '.' I '3 41 4 911
Jli 7f. l".l:ll 2 l. 8.11
1.1 49 f. .I'J 82 7 . 921
ft 1ft 2 U"i 8 4 .Hl
7 ttft 1 12(1 18 2 WD
7 2ft :;. lift 4y. 2 9ft7
7 2ti :i .lift 29 (I 9
ft ft4 0 111 73 4 918
9 27 1 .111 38 2 9ft0
ft 19 2 .Klft 241 ft 8 7
11 38 4 left R81 ft 9i
,24 91 k 998, 21ft 7 -Wil
l) 21 ' Ill 1 'M't
,14 ftU 4 UH0 lll ft 9lfi
7 27! 2 .U741 28 ft 841
M,.lu... Knw .
tliiiiian , Chiia .
K Moriari'y, Ku
Mai. ties. Atlnn.
t'ul line, Snv
Kent, t hat
I.yn. b. Atlan...
Strieker, Atl ...
II arbr iiltf,,. A uu
Htriof, 8v ..
I'nrkor, Aait .. .
Urowlny, Chas .
Teak, ( hat
ticn ina e, na...
fl i... M.M.in...
tliirsiin. All ...
L' ... ..... U.
illnaan, Ann ...
i II i il mu n . N avxh
I Levis. Chat
I Murray, Hav.
Hula. hr, Aav
Shaftr. Atl.. ...
Toy, A us;
Kelly, Chat... .
CLI B FIELDlNd
87 . 929
, 117 ."24
I 89 .9 "2
I 111 ,91ft
1 128 .!M
I ill i W9
I 118 W.I
1 t Ch ir et-
7 I haitano n a
It wi'l be noticed t'lft Sneed leads
i.i liat'inir, fol oed by O'Leary, Man
se 1, Hlark, Futne lmch, hitehead,
Krchmeycr, Unmiihton, 1'heliin and
Knoutr, in the order named. In field
in they rank as fo lows: K otiff.
Krchnieyer, Uroughtin, Fusseibach,
t:iiittir sr iiviiic ..
Koa III 4f Ittinatllle..
(urnia f Hrmiklru iMa
wHkluw llnaila of Hnrelyaklp.
0'I.enry. riie'nn. Sneed, B'ack,Wh't
head atid Manuel 1.
Vlaillralliia ol UosmI Ik a me.
Watkb Valley, Miss , June rt, Ia
your if sue of J ute Is, I notice in a tel-
L'l Jin frnin (irena 'a about the Water
Valley It tia and Athletic game of
bal', a rt flection on one of thn beet
kn .wn and nio-t honorable frentlempn
of onrcity. Having been the inno
cent catiM of his bHinfr pUced In tho
li'tit fUely thrown on him, I w 'sh, bo
far aa in my r.owe lo see juatice done
him. litinu ma lajrer for tlie 11 ties,
mid our ihi!) fie vieitlrn oi.e at tho
(-nine, we wera entitle! to the umpire.
Mr. Hoin'iern'r, at my t a:!io4Bolieita
tion, cjnieutf.l lo anve in that ca
ja.:ily for the otcasinn. Mr. Hom
iMrctr ia not 11 b h ihall fxert, and
to-a not claim, nor do we c'aiiu for
him, to know 11101. than the rules
HJvei'Liniiti.eiiaii.o.norto Le more thita
iirdinaiily active in itctliux to a posi
tion from which eacti play could bit
ietii and at'cu a'ely judged; but wo
.l i cla m I.im to Iih a gtM.tlHniaD, an
Odd-Fdlltw of hiitli slanv'in, a mern
bfr of the tliiirch, First Kninint
Commander ol ttie Ku.aiit ToiupUva
ol the istaie, ex-May.ir t.l our ci'y, it.
(lo.id nn r.'haiit ami 11 mau altoxe'her
loa noble ti give rotten dc-cinioua ia a
gimeoltiall. He ii a close ohrver,
m vis bis whole time and at eniicn to
the pay, and rendera jn.liiment
upon liia conviction t f jujiii'e. The
reason he did 11 'it ra'iie a'ter ohjec-
tiona were r.nile tosimcof his ilem-
Bi:iiis Is that thn CI nee I, ad hcirj, and
I n 1 leasons lo helievo, that it whs
made-tin job ti ruin cur umpire out.
anil put in a man who woti'd beyond
doubt give the (tame to lirena lu. And
is there wete tnernhp'S of the Ath-
lutite noted for kirkii.K when they aro
petting beat, at . I the entire 51)0 or 000
Uremuh people pri sent, with two ex
ceptions, weie i-trictly parti an ami
on'y wajitvd Ihe name won by the
Athletics, net caring for Jimtioe, wt,
in jus' ice to oorstlvet and the friends
who haiku! u, would not permit him
doing so." The insinuation of faviir on
account f a ' brother Iu thegiune" is a
perfec.llyi.unneetHB ry nt omii' to gull
ptonlo who kuow tnr. H nnliBrger by
reputa ion. The hrelher in question
went out on etrikt-s, one of them
called, in the lira' Inning; foul tipped!
out in the third; ditd oil thi'.d bartr
in the fifth; stored in tbe reventh:
died on third hae in tbe eighth, and
played in the field and did net have
the' ball i a hand but once during the
lame. The decls'on which caused so
much kicking is thus deecilbed in the
(tanrda&rid'mi'.' "Wood then wentto
tho bt and struck a lly to center fl jlif
wli'c r was caught and thrown to
recond fur the purpose of putting
out Htaia, who had stared to
third ba'o, hut he ran buck to second
and struck the lug, whun th buckle
broke, throwing it several feet out into
the Held, .S ara in the meantime hold
ing his place whtie the big holonoetl.
HrtaiH was touched by the ball and de
clared tut by the umpire for n.t fol
lowing the bag, which was several
feet from whertt it belonged," tbe de-
ci ion lining unqii suoriiiDiv itgrit oy
the ruli 8 nf the game. Mr. li imliTger
umpired, on the day after the Rarno at
Hrena.la, a game between the 15 lull
City'a of Memphis ami the lliue?, nnd
enclosed notice will show what
losing club, but not chronic kicters,
sjy aL.mt him aa an umpire.
Watii Vai.liy Mihu., June 3, lHHtl.
In a gitrne of baiehall at this place
yesterday between the Itlufl City Clob
o( Meiii.liis and the Water Valley
lllius.in which the B!ub were victo
rious by a score of 10 ti !), Mr. 11. M.
Koinbtrgor umpired Ike game ina
gentlemanly and impartial manner
and nerlectly satisfactory to Us. Hee
IlluffCity Baseball Club.
There is no one who regrets more
Ihe nnp'earant fee'iniiB arou od over
Ilia recent name at (iteuada and the
unoliHsantcoss of Mr. ltomhtrgrr's
po-ition than invHclf, and, while we
heartily corn mend him for his firm noes
and aill esinn U the rulta governing
the game, despite all ait -mp'Bto force
him lo the con'r.iry, we tan but re
g e". det-p'y that his fair name and
ropu'ati in should be bandied about
by mm who do net know him, and at
the instigation of chronic kickers who
don't know the first princip'o of the
rula of baseball. Yours very respect
fully, N ANAOKB
Water Valley Blue.
llNNf. Ball !Mute.
Kt Louis, 7; National, 7.
IN aw York, 2; Chicago, 3.
Loi'lHvii.Li, 3; Bt. Louis, 0.
Boston, 1-1 ; Kanpai City, 0.
Bhooklyn, 11 ; Athltt'ci, 0.
Dktboit, 8; l'hiladelphia, 4.
Cincinnati, 10; l'ittiburg, !).
Mgthoi'olitanh, 1 ; Biltimore, 3.
Rain preven'el the Auguatav
CliuleBton game yesterday.
Oamks today: Atlanta! at Chatta
nooga, Angus ai atChail aon, Mav-co-s
at Savannah, Nasbv.llea at Mem
phis. Tna KoMp'e (c) of Memp'.ij defeat
ed the Uha't ni'jogi champ.ons ye-ter-dy
by a Fcorocf 12 to ft. They p!ay
to .ia - in Atlanta the first cf the series
of three games.
Will Whiti, the old pitcher of the
Cincinna'i club, sigofd a cmilrct
with tout otganizt'ioQ jciUr.lay, and
will p.'ohably pilch in tne rittsbtirn
game a. Cincinnati to-dav.
Pi'Ri-Ri.i. was properly 8a.vl f-'S by
Umpiro Hengl-i on four diff-rent oo
cisions yesterday, for vio'eut and
abusive lanoan of th most eenr
r Ions and dlf gra ti f il i har.cter. lit)
ought to be black hut d for us ng the
vi.ist epithets whh n the hearing of
the hi'i.s on the g an I a a id. lis is
h-yond doubt the mos-. nnmit gated
bla"kgua;d that ev; r digricei a ball,
A lit ice to Mothers.
Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup
rhould always h used wi en children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
gnflercrs nt once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving tho child
from lain, and the little cherub
awakes an "bright art a button." It is
verv pleiuuint to taste. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the beat known remedy
for diarrhu-a, whether ariaing from
teettiing or other cauaes. Twenty-
five cents a bottle.