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MEMPHIS . DAILY APPEAL-.SUNDAY. AUGUST 8, 1886.
l0tgTlll,w Orlnaai a4 Texas Vj
ana arer nays, ihks uiuin
hi win ran aa ronowai
. North. "
4 :07 a.n
Haw Orlrn-. .11
f With all linee entering Memphte.
-With M. A N. W. R. R. lor Helena.
For flreenvill and Huntington, and all
Ty-Witb V. A M. and V,, S. & P. Ral!todi,
-With S.,3. AC. U.K. lor .vuchei ml
J i-i ion.
For Point on the Branch.
With (learners tor Bayou Sura.
H With railroad! diverging lor Florida.
Txa and Onastipointa.
J AS. M. KDW ARTlS. V. P. and 0. M.
A. J.frSAPP. , P. A.
Mississippi and TMM,-Trlni
more a tollowa: New Orleans mall arrival
daily at 9:25 a.m.; laavai daily at 6:UU p.m.
Newport Rrwi and Htaalsslppl Val
ay. Trains move ai lollowit Faat In
Iwtii at 10:00 a.tn.i Bt. Louie fast Una
leaves at S : SO p. m. i Faat Una arrival at 1 :30
a.m. i St. Loan fait Una arrival at :0S a.m.
Lonlsvllle and Nashville Traina
Piova a follown Fait mail arrival daily at
tin a.m. laavai at 10:10 p.m. 4 mall laavai
iatly at 10:1 a.m. arrival at 4 :00 p.m.
rownivill accommodation!,, leaves dully
soapt Sunday, at 6:00 p.m,; Arrival daily,
isept Sunday, at 1:50 a.m.. (standard time).
Heanpkla and Little Rock. Tralni
Siova aa follow! (central standard time):
o. 1 laavai daily at .:)' p.m, i arrival at
9 tN p.m. No. 3 laavai at 5:55 a.m. : arrival
at:M)a.m. No. 5 frla-ht) laavai Hopelleld
dally (exoept Sunday! at 6:110. a.m.t arrival
dnir llnt--(Raaas Cily, Snrlner
vld and Menpbl)-Tralna leavaM. and
T. depot ai foltowa! No. 4, Kansas City ex
presa, leave at 10:48 a.m.; No. 3, Kama
City express, arrival at 8:30 p.m. No. 2,
Kansas Citymail, leavei atA:(Kl p.m. No.il,
Kania City mall, arrival at 8:4ft a.a. No.
f. Bt. Lost and Chioaro express, leavei at
iOO p.nr.j'No. 1, Bt. Louie and Chloaaoex-
Xreas, arrival ate :45 a.m. In effect Sunday,
pril 1. 1HM.
Meaiphl and Charleston Traina
move ai follow : Through express leavei
daily at 10:(l p.m. Mali and eipreii leavei
daily at 10:00 a m. Boniervllle acoointnoda
vion leavei daily, eioept Sunday, at 5:30
.m. Through expre.a arrival daily at5:25
a.m. Mail and ex pren arrive daily at 1( :00
p.m. Somerville accommodation arrival
daily, except Sunday, at 8:30 a.m.
(ff.mi.bla, Birmingham and Allan.
llollv Sprinx Route Train move aa
followi: No. 1 leavei Memphii daily at 3:4ft
P m. I arrival at Holly Hpringa at 5:58 p,m. I
ho. i leave Holly BtrrWa daily at 9:00
a.m., arrive at Memphii at 11 :16 a.m. t No.
b leavei Memphii daily at 7:15 p.m., arrivel
at Holly Springe at 11:45 p.m. I No. 6 leavei
& oily Bprina daily at ii:lo a.m.! arrival at
emphl at A-is n.m.
Wamipsto, Auxnat 8, 1886, 1 a.m.
Indications: For Tennessee and Ar
kanras, fair weather; elinhtly warmer.
for itlmimppi, I,ouiiana and TV.iai:
Fair wratlier ; variable wind ; stationary
For. Arkatuat : Fair wratlur; mriabk
mifo, liKOmiwj lautherlyt diyhtty
. For Trmetxe; Jyir tc7ir; vrind
$hfling to umOurtyt etigdy vmrmtr.
: i7:i jj.o
W.O'JOI 7l'& VVn"
Minimum temperature, 0'.
"Disono, H rn., i.'. v ;
t-Jn he 4'l(nn Hoclou.
SifaNt, Sirvicji, TJ. S. A Bin, 1
'Anmist 7, 1880-0 p.m.
pitisloa of tulorams and reporta l,r
the tenettt of comruoroe and RL'rlcul
tore Cotton roaion bulletin tot the
twulT-f our honra ending August 7th,
Tat' o, flock p.m.
: 'Grand Junction...
. IIM1 LI.
" i 1 Decatur
If obi a.......... 89
fiew Orleans. !1 8t
MWCTwwn - ltu
Memphis. ., J. 80
St. Lodis, Annual 7. Nlghb RIvpr
'"ten 1-10 inolieo, and stands 7 1-10
1: on the Kanire. Weniher clear ana
,m. Arrived 1 City of Baton Houiro,
1 Orleans. Departed : City of Baton
jure, New Orleans; D. li. Powell,
Vicksbcbo, AoKust 7. Ni(fht De
tod: City of New Orleans, New Or-
JjAiko, August 7. Night River 9
,t 7 lncbca on the gauge and lislna.
eather char and w.irm. Arrlvol:
ty of Natchez, St. I.ouia, noon. No
Cincinnati, 0., Annnst 7. N!ht
(iver 10 ffi't 3 luclies on thesaiueand
.al.ing. AVe.tnir clear and pleasant.
Departed: Uueieye State, Memphis.
LouisviLU. Ky., A u at 7. Night
Rivur ctutioLary, with 5 feet 11 inches
In the cnnal tod 3 feet 9 iuhces on the
ialLa. Weather clear and pleaeant.
J in ITF.anVXD BT THI D or COCTUSlHa
r And it titirna.'aieB and promote the
'.growth o the hair.
Burnett's f .avoriD jSitrani are the
Kulfbrd, Jewl..r, 2il Xa'b, w
JJchU ordora from the couutry.
THE FILL MUMS.
TIIE GERA5T0W!f TOTE AT
LAST HEARD FROM.
The Figures Show Very Little
Change From Those Given
The result of the election at Ger
maotown. In the Eleventh Diatiict,
rame in at midolht, a'ter all of the
footing given below, except the last
tabl1'. givirg 'eHcrs nrd t 'ilcis. hid
be n' made. Tee lablo llud(d to
pit 08 the entire vote of the couDty,
and 1 he other figures give all except
.he Kl' vo: th Dittrict:
Nitrif. fanntin 510, Silvers 1.
TTiikee. Harr's 255. Kamey 20.
K"iiitrr Hairia-n 258, Fn-hU 200.
County Cr.-Quigley 252, Cullen
Criminal Clerk. Cspers 259, Brcgan
Circuit Clerk. fichlois 255, Norrig
Attorney General. looters 250,Haynes
201. Turner 7.
Chancellor Rllett 247, Smith 272.
Oimi'mif Judtic. Duboee 240, Moss
ProlxUt Judye. Oailowsy 241, h d-
irenit Judge. Ksles 250. Vernon
( 'onttaliU. W. A. Osborne 338, F. F.
School Ihrector.J. D. Stewart 180, J.
II. Barrett 323.
Supreme Court Jttdiie. Turney 250,
Caldwell 250, 8rtodraos 250, Lntton
250, Koikes 250, Randolph Ml, Warder
mi, liaxyut joi, WnUifjn 201, Murray
BINTII IIIMTIilir ("MAHOSIC
.S'ifnr.-f-Oannon 204, Silvers 0.
7u(tr.--Hanis 1 15, hain'oy 120.
-l!arr s-m 115, Fie ds lit).
County Ccrt.-Quigley 141, Cullen
Criminal Clerk. Caperj 145, Brogan
Circ( CUrk, Schloss 145, Norris
Attorney General reter144, Haynes
119. Turner 1.
CTanrci7or-E!loU144, Smi'h 119.
CrimtrwJ Jitdye. Duboee 144, Moss
1'rohait Judqt. i alio way 142, Kid'
Circiiil Judqe. Estes 145, Vernon
School Director M, W. Fletcher 140,
Wil lam Harris 1 18
Conttable. W. H. Alton 217, II. R.
Fie Id 1 43, O. 8. Webber 5.
Supreme Court 'Judqtt. Turney 135
Caldwell 135, Snndgrais 135, Lurton
135, Kautloipb 129, Warder 129, Bax
ter 129, Watson 129, Murray 129.
TENTH DISTRICT (IM.1ERVII.LE)
Sheriff Cannon 409, Silvers 0.
TruKlre. Harris 283. Ramsey 215.
UeaitUr. lNrrison 284. Fifldi 214,
County Clerk. (Jalgley 281, Cullen
Criminal Clerk Cdpsrs 284, Brogan
Chruii ClfTx.-SchloB8 284. Norris
Attorney General. Potera 283,IIaynEs
sid, Turner O.
Cionrf(.r.-EUe.H 282, Smith 210.
Criiniuil Judye. VwbcBO 280, Mobs
I nbnte Judge. Galloway 207, Eld
Circuit Judge. Ks'es 285, Vfrnon 214.
Countable T. T. McDonald 499,
School Director W. N. Ne-vill 138,
win. AHiriK'it .sun
Supreme Court Judge Turney 285,
tuiuwi-ll zmh hnoilLraxs UH0. I.urloti
280, Folkts 280, Randolph 215, Warder
n, naxter ..'14, wauon 214, Mur
.S7in.OannoH 470, Silvers 32.
Trmtee. Hxrii 252. Ra-nsey 242.
RriiKfrr.-Httrrinn 253, Fields 253.
bounty Clerk.- Q.wgley 200, Cuilen
Criminal Cterk. Capers 263, Brogan
Circiiil C'erk Schloss 2(13, Norris
Attorney General. reters 250, Haynos
220, Tur. er32
Chancellor -KUett 203, Smith 245.
Criminal Judge. Dubose 267, Mess
J'tobate Judge. Galloway 201, El
(ircuiV Judge. Estos 2(5, Vernon
Supreme Court JudgeK.Tnrotiv 202,
Cadwoll 211. SiLdg aa 22, Lurton
213, F.ilkN 210. Rtt d hh 280 Warder
270, Baxter 205, Wa son 207, Munay
20 1. ,
THE TOT a. I. VOTE.
The yiow'ng givts the to'sl vote nf
the couiry, tjornmiitown not r parted.
City ir-Ciiinon "99ii7, Silvera 905.
Ca Ton's uaj irily 9iH(2.
(!ounrV,-i!ann..n 7401, Silvers 113
Can.o 'smij ritv, 7288
Ca mon's lotal 17,308, Silvi8 otl
1018 Oannoa's t iia ui Jo.i'y, "0,350
Total vote of cdunty for Sheriff,
18,3 Ml. ? ' '
Ci'ly-Harris' 7899. Rmnsey 2901.
H"i'i m, jontv, 4!8
Couutry Har. li 35 8, Ramsoy 4343.
li mgny'g majority, 805
II triiB' t "al 11,457, Rimsev'x total
T.M Hairis's InUI niior tv. 415S
vole of county for Trustee,
Cjy. Harrson 8177. Fields 2018.
Harnaon's n aj ity 6659
Country H .rri on 3iit)4, Fields 4140.
FieUls'' ni jority 42
H-rris n'stiial 11,841, Fields'a to
tal 0704, lUnison'a o ai m"jonty 6077
To al vote of cjunty lor Regibter
FOB C0UT CriCBT CLIKK.
. City.- Q unlt-y 78iM, Cullen 3001.
QiKi-y'e in jor ty 4H9a
C.unirv.-(j iiKev ;toi4 Cullen 4252.
Cnl m'a uaj .tity 038.
Quinsy', to al 11,505, Ou'len's total
725:1. Q lig ejr'e total ma riiy 4252.
I rtl vj.eof county lor Couniy Clerk
roa CRIMINAL COJJHT CtBRK,
Clin Capers 780ft, Bn gan 28S9.
CaperVa niajori'y 4977.
lotinrry.cRrH)r87i2, Brogan 4613.
Brogtu's majo i y Wl.
Capers'-to al 11,678, B'Ogan's tital
7502 t'apers's otl m:jorii 4076.
Total voU of couniy for Criminal
Clerk 19 080.
r H CIKCCIT C0UBT CLBRC.
City -S, hls 8123. Norris 2921.
8' h' .s's mcj rity, 5402.
Cwoilry-tichlo-s 33i7, Norris 3144.
BuhliHs'a majorl y 243
Schloss's tntsl 11,510. Ncrris 6865.
Schbsh'e total maj ,rty 6245.
Total vo e of cjuniy for Criminal
FOR ATTOUNIY OBNRBAL.
Citu. - Petnis 7954. ITavnPH 15.
Tur....r lC9j. Ttli-rVrf n,Binr: ciat-T
bvtt. :'M1. n '
Country. Peters 3652, Hyn.s 4461,
Turner 182. Haynes'a majority over
Peters'! total H.0'6. Haynes'i total
6310, Tornei's toUl 1280. Peters'a to
Ul over both 4010.
Total vote of county lor Attorney
City. Ellett 8050, Smith 2826. El
let t's majority 6224.
Counlry. Ellett 3007, Smith 4199.
Smith's majority fi92.
Elleti's totol 12,657, Smiths total
7025. Ellett'a total majority 6032.
Tolal vote In couniy for Chancellor
l'OH CRIMINAL COURT .IL'DCig.
City Diibcss 7825, Moss 3018. Du
boa' mnjorty 4807.
Country. Dubose 3320, Mosi 3167.
Dnhos ' majority 143.
Dabose's total 11,145, Mo's's to'al
0185, Pnbnsb'a total mjoiity 4900.
T tal v.it in county for Criminal
Conrt Judge, 17,330.
FOB PROBATE .1UDOK.
Cij.-GalloTey 7834 Eidridge 2981.
Galloway's majoiitj 4853.
Country. (iallowy 8445, Eldridgs
4425. Eldrldge's majTity 083.
Galloway's total 11,270, E dridge's
total 7400, Galloway's toial majority
Total vote ia county for Frobate
Court Judgo, 18,082,
FOB CIRCUIT COURT JUDGB.
City. Eites 8132, Vernon 2783.
Es'es's majority 6349.
Country. E ts 3534, Vernon 4295.
Vernon's majority 701. ,
Eslev's total 11.660, Vernon's total
7078. Ertes's total majority 45H8.
To til vote in county for Circuit
Court Judge, 18.744
l.KADKK AD TAILERN.
The following resume will be found
of intoret, giving ai it dojs the vote
of the Drmucratic and Republican
candidates in the order of the vote
they received, the highest first, the
Drmocratic. I Jtevitblifa.
Ciinnon n.WRilveri 1,440
Harmon 12.(l4 Ilrnxan 7,717
Kllatt Vi.VM I1 lilridite 7 5
Kutin 11.IM1 Kamiav 7 AID
Potun 11.HU2 ullon l.'.V
II.MI varann 7..1--I
11,773 Smith 7,li70
11.7TI elolil 7.(117
.......11. W llayno ,':)
11 h.17 IVIoaa I), 417
- The nixtthioe weeks proin'se to
no ex'raoruinsruy uuu.
Tho chain garg is still at work on
Monroe Btreet extoiiuou.
Llcanee to marrv was issued yeS'
tcrday to R. N. Wright and M. M
Judge Galloway hula strong op
pnnent in Judgo Eldridge, but did not
tan His ticket.
James Rie'ly was appointed guar
dian nf Mary McCarthy in the Pro'
bate Court yesttrday.
-The Shelby street line of the Citl
sens' Street lai'roal ia being rapidly
pusneu t completion.
President Hidden declines to re-
rait any of the floes unpaid for viola
tions of the law on e ociion day.
There will be fine fun on the
t"boigRn t1 is afternoon and evening.
ur iwus wm ne one 10 enjoy me i port
Tom Taylor, a brorherof the Hon,
Zh Taylor, waabeafen oa Thursday
ia t lor uiorK 01 tre Tipton touuty
Mr. Alex. Keoian, accompanied
by her brolher,lHster lUal Anderann,
left SHtniday- fjr Cincinnati to join
her liusliR: d.
Suit for divorce wai filed in the
Cinuit Court yesterday by IVte
Htmii't Anna W,thernoou. The par
tits lire colcrod.
The Young Men's Hebrew Asso
cia'inn huld their regular inouttily
111 oting this altemoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Business of impoitance to transact.
Councilman l ymus Wallace, who
ran f. r Kgiftor on the Lymus Wal
Inre ticket, received twenty-six votes
iu the ci y.and twenty in the country.
M. T. Garvin and J. J. Barry are
mentirnod among po-sible candidates
for Justice Quigby's eeat In the
O.mnty Cuii't lor the unexpired term
of two years.
Jiiftlce Galloway is being u'ged by
his f' l'ow nierubrrs of the C unty
Cuutt to l.nld his Bet in that body
until the () tobor term, if the law will
permit him to do so.
Ta the Probate Court yesterday
Hannnh Hopkins was app dmed
gua'd an of Thomas Noonav, and com
mittiiionera were app inted to let aside
a year's allowance 10 her nee.
The well at the Courthouse is
now a.venty live feet deep, the sugnr
plening afa a of etnd. It is likrly
that the pipe ...n bn 8U"k about 450
fee, when, H is hcr-d, diet a supply
of at least 20u0 ga lous aa hour will be
Several members of Ihe Fi'e Ds-
P'rtment are taking Bdvaritaire of the
cupxp rate 10 liimngn. juiins ver
t'l'ini, M. Cleay, Bob Morao and
John Kxhoe have a'nadvgonK today
and C pt Kyan and Jere Sullivan
luve today. They will be gone about
The Chilcote, or Tvx WUom, by
Keith; Bad to Beat, by Hawley
Smsrtj Keep ify Secret, byU.bni.
Tneseateuew and in cheap teies.
Tlio Staxm and Century for Augu t are
in ; alno the ee. o. d Invoice of tuemi I-
iummr number of the Ixndon Newt
end Grafihic can be had at Mansford's
'Ihe contract for building two iron
bridges over W If river, one at
Ktleigh, the other just north of the
citv, was lot vesterday to Neebitt A
Co f or $24,950. The iWat hid was
made by a man named Walker, Due
be tailed to mutrialiR at the time set
for the meeting of ihe committee,
villi, h was postponed several times on
Fire broke out about midnight in
the o'd M Near building, on the cor
ner ol the alley below Koeond etr-et,
on Poplar, bnt was suppressed b-fors
any dnmage was done, 'ihe occu-
p m s wee old Bn Abernathy and his
ifi, who were asleep at '.he time.
Tb.er.ui ding la vey old, and will be
torn a wn 10 a short tijie to maxo
room h r the now Methodist church.
Mr. Hugh B. Cullen says he has
never thoi ght for a moment of cou
pling he election. No man who
knoa him ever gave the report
momerii'a credm e. He accepts his
def-st pi ilo opdcady. There may be
be'tr Democrsta ih-n Mr. Cullen. bnt
ttere ae no rlevrer men and no
moie edlcicnt PiOners in the State of
Tenn ee. He was simply in the
Peabody Hotel Stand,
Wajoo 11 te I Stand.
Clgur Palace, 810 Main Street,
Headqua-t r for H oace R. Kelley A
Co'e fire Key West cigars. The trade
snppl'ed at New York prices. Cigars
by ihj box a spcUi'y.
I. SAMKLS0N A CO.,
Fine Watch rcpttlrlBg"t 'kiilford's.
. . . let.
CHAJH3EKLAI2I ASD O'LEABY
BAITED HAfiD YESTERDAY.
Twelve Innings Flayed WIthont
Decisive Result Games
Peltz's home run in the ninth inDing
tied the rcore, and prevented a well
earned vic'orf. In the tenth inning
Mannii a a t a bape on lulls snd s'o'e
second, and sored on Phelan's lontr
drive to light u lil. ihts rgain gave
the lccsls the lead, but it vaslo:tb7
errors ia the came inning. Daniels
hit a pop up tly, which O'L'ary
niufled. Daniels then knocked a hot
g'oundtr, which Manning tumbled,
end the runner was tafe on first. Bo
ben went out cm a grounder to third,
quickly fielded by bneed to Aodiews.
lieiss knncked a fly to center field,
which Phelan and Graham both ttirt
ed for and allowed to dron between
them, Daniels going to third and Geiss
to second. Stearns wts retired by a
hit to Phelan. Pells sent a
fly ta Manning which the lat
ter muffed, Daniels scoring. Walth
went out to short stop. Thin string of
errors again tied theicore, and sfter
that no more runs were made. The
game was called alter the flrot half of
the thirteenth inning on account of
darkoees. Both pitchers were hit
hard, and only eliarp fielding kept
down the score. Black distinguished
himself by making two beautful .atch
es in left field after a long and hard
run, either of which would have
been gocd for three bags if mulled.
B rough ton's woik behind the bat was
perfect, not an error or passed bill
being cbered to him. Daniels also
did admirable work and proved him
self to be one nf the best backstops in
the Southern League. The feature of
the game was a remarkable catch
made by Beban, who covered iiist
baie for Macon. A foul ball flew up
in the air aod came down at a point
near the extreme tiiilit of the grand
stand. Behen s'Arted for it on a dead
run, regaul ess of the pile of bats that
obstructed his way, snd the danger of
colliding vi ith tlia grand s'and. As
be neared the stand he made
a desperate jump, cleared the
bats and got the ball within a foot of
the grand stand. For dariug, skill and
good judgment combined the feat has
tever been turpr.ssfd on the lrcjl
grounds. Tomorrow the same clubs
will pl-y, and as Knoufl or Black will
pilch for Memphis, the homo nine
should win with hands down. The
following is the official score :
Graham, c. f 7
Bneed, 3d b 0
Brougblon, c....j 7
Afdrews, 1st b... 6
Black, 1. f 0
Fosfolbacb, r. I.. 0
Manning, 2d b... 4
Phelan, e.e. ....... 5
9 17 36 18 7
Reams, 3d b
Pelt., 1. f.Ac
Walsh, s t
r. B.rr. p.o.
Crnpan, c. 1 5
Daniel, v 6
Behen, Istb&lf 5
Geits, 2d b. 0
Total 52 9 14 37 17
8COEB BY INN1NUS.
Memphis...O 5200100010 0-0
Macon 20201200110 0-9
Earned runs Memphis, 2: Mac"n,4
Home runs 0'Lary,Wali-h and Pelts.
Throe bass h ti Andrews, 1 ; l'ellz,
1. Two baee hits Hein.maii, learns,
Broughton and Fupselhach. r-truck
out By O'Leary, 0; byC emberlain,
6. Bases on balls By O L.ai-y, 3;
Chamberlain, 2. Wild pi:ciua Cham
NnahWlle Can't Piny Hull a Little
ISMOIAL TO TUR 1PPRAL.I
Nashvilli, Tknn., August 7. At
lanta had a walk Over this afternoon
scoring eleven rune to one for the
home team, Marr occupied the box
and the visitors hit him mud and of
ten, makirg twelve hits with a total of
filteen bisos. Conway cn the other
band was very effective holding his
opponents down to two doubles and
one s ngle. The fielding of both teams
was up to a high standard the e'rnrs
being divided about equally. Furceli's
work in left iifild was a feature of the
giDt. Score by innings:
NaSlivIU",... 00001000 01
Atlauts .......2 0 2 1 0 1 0 5 011
Summary Runs earned Atlant
3. Two has hits Marr 1, H llery 1,
8lia0rl. Turf e base hits Lyors, I-'"-t
base on balls Bv Marr, 2. First
baee - on bing bit by pi'cher By
Marr, 3. SirucK tBy Conway, li
by Marr, 1. P. a ed bv. Mappes, 1 i
11 llnian, 2. Wild pitihe-r Marr,
3. D.m'ile pit ys Biar.l.O'Buen ana
Hillary. Umpire MeQimle. Scorer
Cheatuam. Time nf name 1 :40.
The Sum at Wraad Junction.
Ispsoial to thb irrxiu.l
Grand Junction, Tknn., Angust 7
The Grand Junction boys defeated the
Lagtange champions by a score of 10
to 0 yesterday. The game was quite
interesting, and witnetsed by a large
Boston, 7 ; Kansas City, 1. Earned
runs Boston, 2. First base hits
Boston, 10; Kaesu City, 1. Errors
Brstiiu, 4 ; Kamas City, 8. Umpire
WasbingtooS; 6ulu's,0. Earned
rnns Washington, 2; St. Lou!s, 6.
Home runs McG'SChy, 1. Two base
hits McGeachy, Kirbv and Knowlee,
1. Three base bite llines, 1. First
baae hits Washington, 9; St. Louis,
10. Errors Washington, 3; St. Louis,
4. Umpire Gaffney.
AT ST. LOUIS.
Browns,' 10; Athlet'cj, 2. Earned
runs Browis, 7: Athlet'ci, 1. Two
base hits Welch, FouU, Hudson.
Three base hits Jfoni, (.'oleman. To
tal basee on hits Browns, 34j Ath
letics 7. Umpire Valentine. Titch-ers-St.
Louis, Corutbeis; Athletics,
Tittsburg, 11 ; Baltimore, 2. Earned
runs Pittsbnrg, 4. Two base biti
Carr.ill, lj Kujhcc, 1; Barkley, 1.
Three base hi's Knihna, 1. F rst
bass hits Pittsburg, 12; B HImore, 4.
Frrois Pitt burg, 3; Baltimore, 7,
Umpire - Kelly. , .
Lnulsville, 5; Metropolitans, 1.
E trnetl raus Lo'iievi'le. 2; Me's, 1.
I, T. . n. , 1 ,
nimi rnns rvF. ius, j wo oaee in1 1
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.JAMJES C BELL, president.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Xoa. 290 and
PRICES (0 Railroad
man. Wild pitches Mays, 2 Firit
be oa bill Kamsey, 2; May, 3.
E r.irs L'-u:sville, 3; Mets, 0. Um
Brooklyn 0; Cincinneti, 1. Rons
earned Ciuciunti, 1; Biooklyn, 1.
Two brse bits Ssartwood, Phillipp,
McClellan, Clark, Burch, Keeuao.
Ttiree base hit 8wartwnod. Base
hits Brooklyn, 10; Cincinnati, 6.
Errois Brooklyn, 2; Cincinnati, 5.
FufsKLnACH la developing into a
slugger. Three safe bits yesterday.
Rain prevented the New York-Detroit
ball game at New York yesterday.
Hart, the promising young pitcher,
is a printer and sets type during the
Rain prevented the Philadelphia
Chicago game at Philadelphia yester
Nasuviilk need new pitchers.
Well, she may have Brynan bock.
Nothirg mean about Memphis.
O'Leary has let down amrzingly.
He is nothing like the pitcher he was
when he held Augusta down to oue
Piielan is doing good work at short,
and male some hat plays yesterday.
Tne old man continues to find the ball
a'so with giatifying fiequency.
Savannah defeated Charleston yes
terday by a score of 5 to 4. The bit;
teiies were O'Day snd Gillen for Sa
vannah, Holacher snd Hices for
Umpire Hbn&lb, who was mobbed
at Charleston yesterday,telegraphed his
retignation, which was acenpted. A
local amateur, Mr. J. P. Moran, re
placed him in the Savannah-Charleston
Mc8oblv was sick yestert'oy, and
t! at made an arrangement of the
players neceesaiy, which was fatal to
euccess. Kneed played third and Fus
eelbach right iie'd. At ciitital junct
ures each made an ehor that was
1 Pkltz wouldu t be a bad acquinlion
1 for Memphis next year. There a-e
lew fluldors that eurpaes him; even
Bobby Black has to hustle tD keop up
wiih Lim. Blm k, however, is n good
pitcher, and there's where he getj
awny wi;h Peltz.
Strarnb, the best all around player
in the league, ought to be signed by
Memphis next staion. lie can play
any position well, is a tnfe and sure
batti r and never gets "ja iled " He is
too great a luxuTy for a poor ball pay
ing tiwn like Macon; oi lich for Ma
con blood, ai it were.
O'Lkaby roa-le a h:iine inn yester
day but no collect on was made for
him for two learors. F.iBt, the crowd
was too small, and secondly, Memphis
was too lar ahead and the grand stand
thought the gne would bu a wa'k
over. A home run in the eleventh or
twelfth inning would have raid hand
somely. Behen, the player who covers first
base so skilfully f jr Macon, is a coun
try boy, who lives near Mar on, and
never played in a proftssional game
before this seasan. Ue whl make his
mark if he decides to adopt baseball
asaca eer. There isn't a lazy bone
in his body, and he goes for every
thing within an acre of him. That's
the eoit of msleiidl the diamond
In a five inning game yesterday the
J. H. Allen, jr.'s, had a picnic with the
Arthur Taylors, and de'ea'ed them by
a tcore of 32 to 17. The Aliens only
made 17 errors, while the Taylors were
not eatistled with less than 24 The
batteries were Graham and Griffith
for the Aliens, Smith and Joynr for
the Taylors. S ruck out By Gtiffith,
12; by Smith, 6. Umpire W. T.
This is wby Charleston baseball
canks wanted to kill Hengle last
'Ihnrsdey: "When Savannah went to
the bat in tie last half of the ninth
inr in the ga t-e stco 1 3 to 1, in favor
rf he) home cluo. Savannah scored a
ri;ii and siit scquently had the second
and third bate manned. At thin point
the man at tl.o b..t hit to first, and see
ing the hopele-suefS of the caee
stcpntd running. Tho home team,
thiiiWi.ru; that Savannah had given up
the game, D.ft in and then the Sa
vannah b.ittr Uisurely tiot ed
to first bu?e, and Savannah
scored two more runs, wliio
were allowed by the umpire. This
outrageous decision infuriated the
crowd snd several hundred men
ra-hed upon the diamond, surrounding
Hengle and threatened to kill him.
For a fa moments it looked crit'cal
for the umpire, who realizing his dan
ger, had turned as white as a sheet,
but the earnest entreaties of he presi
dent of tho boms clnb mre than the
efforts of several police officers saved
Hengle from (erious bodily harm, if
Tug St. Louis League baseball team
is hut Bearing dissolution. Dunlap,
the famous second baseman, has been
released, and bos signed with the
Detroits. Theemcan al.o be said
in a day or two, of Glascock and Denny
and Manager Lucas is about to dis
band the club and cevr hia connec
tion with the leegue. The la' ter has
made scvtral visits, it is under tond,
to Chicago, and has called upon Presi
dent Spalding, in order to make some
arrangement whereby league games
may be plaved in St. Louis on Sunday.
President Spalding has intimated that
no men arrangement is possible and
Manager Lucas sys that a remunera
tive busines cannot be djne by his
team otherwise, and it is said that dis
solution has been determined noon.
The PitUburg American Aesociution
team has. it is nnderstocd. agreed to
withdraw from that organization and
nitppj j me vacancy to us maae. 1 nss
changes, it is confidently expected,
win De made before the 2Utn ol this
moi.th, the date set for the Maroons'
Mouo-siu Hnnlea Blulford.
Tub Herbal CnlU Cure, the best
tor.loni mtl-rriollo known. A aartaia
ami ura (inra for ohiila. Vripe U par bot-
boii nunsra lor uiroularf. Anr ref-
1 arnnra xnen. AJUrcii Joan v. iiaokiri
jA'JOulilri, Va. , ,
MANUFACTURERS AIID JOBBERS
ant levee Contractors for Wagon, Scraper and Cart Harnesp.
James H. Cloodbar I Wm. L. Clark Eaxa J. Carrlnlou
310 Main Street,
WE offer to MERCHANT ONLY tha lar (rent ard beat utook of Booti and 8hoea wa
havo ever brought to this market, aod wbich cannot be aurraaaed in Quality and
styles b anjr houae in thii or any other oity. In addition to a oomnlete line of Eaaiern
made Rooda.lnolndinx the 'Gx,i.BacTKlt U4OIil.4K dr CO. BHWU iAN, wehacdle
a lame and aelect stock of Custom-made Goods for Men, Women, Mioses and Children. We
carry a numbur of the best makes in the
them the woll known Ueu'a Calf Boots and
rJprini Trade. Vie alao carry a choice line of
Calf Goods, manufactured by Kripaandorf,
our atook before buying elsewhere, and we
T. N. Humphrey has gone to Chi
cago. Miss Ella Tally left lait nJgat for
Mbs, E. Stotesouby has retuined
J. McDavitt and family have gone
North to recuperate.
Ben Binqiiam aid wife leave tomor
row for a summer trip.
Mihs Annib Nclan departed last
evening for Chicngo.
Mrs. D. T. Dowlino is visiting
frauds at Traey City.
ajen Binoiam and wife leave for
Boa Aqua Spring tonight.
J. H. McDaviti will tike a few
weeks rett at Auburn, Ky.
Mbs. M. A. C. Ferguson will be at
Muunleagle far the next m'Jhta.
Mb. and Mrs H. Mendelson leave
f jr Chicago to visit frienrjs tonight.
R. M. Reynolds and Herman Rot
chile's, of Hous'on, Tf x , are in the city.
Mmb. Fan. Nays, clairvoyan, will
be absent irom tae city for al w days.
Mrs. A. Caspary and daughtor,
s's, l'ift this morning for Chicago, to
J. J. Tanner snd his son, and
Henri btrnnli are oil' oa a trip ta Chi
cago f nil Milwaukee.
8. J. Kino left la.t evening for a
tr'p to bt L"u:.s tumor Bays cn very
Mifs Abtelia Jones hps r;ti:rafd,
sfitr hsvirg wncnt several rtonths
pleasai.tly iu Gl, s-", Teuo.
W. M. James, t f the fi'in cf Mc
D.tvitt, Jnj- & Co., wi h family, has
t.ikcn atrip N )r;n and East.
O. K. Houck and Matt Hill, of
Houck's mu ic s'o e, were amorg yes
ttrday s uepartores for Chicago.
Mrs. Chas. Quentel, of Cincinnati,
is in the fit . fihe is accompanied by
her charming little daughter May.
J. L Frost lraves toright, via Chi
cago, fur an extend-d Eistein trip. He
w.ll be absent fir two or three weeks
Mb. J. Suoarman and wife, Henry
Frank and Misi-ei Lash snd Theresa
Frank departed lest night for Wauke
sha. 6am Clay pool left for Bowling
Green, Ky , lest night, where he will
be a guest of his brother, Dr. Lige
Messiis. P. J. Qoiglby, M T. Gur
vin, J. J. Duffy and J. Algeo left yts
ttrdity for a two weeks' visit to Moore
Chairman Slaughter and his
duughier, Mrs. Gi land, leave this
morning for a three weeks' trip
through V rg;n a.
Louis Rikgel a d lifoleft last night
for Ciikatio and o h-r North wesitru
po'nti. Thtty wi l be absent for a
couple of weeks.
Mrs. M. Larkin, of 440 Vance
street, has gone to Atlantic C.ty. She
was accon p nie I by her nieces, Mi.si-s
Katis and Mag e Larkin.
Mb9. Iks Phtkrs and children have
g-ne to Cbicago From there they
will visit some of the Ni rtti western
watering p'aces for a few weeks.
Mb. William L. Clarke, who has
spent the summor in the West, has re
turned t the c ty. She is at the Uiy
cso Hotel, whicla is to be her future
J. N. MuLriRi), the enterprising
jeweler, W. for Nw York aod olher
Ers'rrn poinis on Friday, whe'e he
will lo k ulUi additional maaa'netur
ing facilities snd the latest designs in
jewelry for the fall trade.
8. A. Gopsha w, at 208 Main street, is
becoming quite popu or' with that
clats of people who want to borrow
money and have first class collateral
10 put up. He advances liberally and
treats his cu.uomors fairly.
Ds. J. B. Sawyeb has moved from
Jones eve'.ue 10 his new home, 420
Mifsi-sipi i nvenue. Hisoffice will re
main at 275 Main street. Telephone
connections. The Meads of this gen
tleman mu' t feel happy at his tuccess.
He has been in Memphis about two
years, and hus acqnired an extensive
puc'tce, much of it among the lead
Tbiri Is a j illy party at Insleside.
the val lev home of Col. B. W. and
Cat t T. H. Amnld. The following were
registered at the Peakes of Otter:
Col B. w. A nold K. M. I ; Cant. T.
H: Arnold, Memphis; the Rfv. J. D.
Arnold, Mi s L'llin Arnold, Mifs
Ma-y Arnohl, Mi s Tearl Arnold,
Ma colm Arnold, Wil ie Arnold, Hen
derson, N. C; Mifs Dora Jones,
Greensboro, N. C. ; Miis Elna Thomp
Solid Mlvfir ware at Mnl ford's
Marl In Cohen,
At 2 9 Main -trwt, bai been the lead
ing ha tt-r of Memphis for many years.
Hi is exprenied and practical, is
a e ti at tie days for gret pr. fiis
have pa-ted, and fiat careful selec
tions rnns: be msdd and the goods
f 'aced 1 n the market at low pk?a.
I : ha a ltrc itork on hand, fabm
plai-r siaw fats t the finest si USr
OrderMMullor Made Medals."
MEYER, Bee' J and Irea.
coantry, in every variety and atyle, and among
Sboes manufactured ly Geo, Hooker for f ur
Ladies' and Muses' Custom Kid, Gloat and
Dittman A Co. We invito tha trade to examine
guarantee everything we sol to give satisfaction.
Between & Betwixt
Too Early for the Fall Too
Late for Summer.
Hints How to Save Money.
It ia between seasons in the clothing
trade. Ihe demand tor summer goods ia
now over, and 'ruyera are not yet thinking
of fall goods.
The Mistit Clothing Parlora, 262 Second
atreet, do not believe in dull seasons. Goods
can always be sold, provided prices are
placed low enough. The war to do business
is to do it. If trade ia dull foroe it. That's
what we now propose doing. Of course wa
still have foods on band which we do no
care to oarry over. Now we propose to aell
these goods. Ilowf Why, by selling them
much lower than they coat us.
Medium-Weight Suits Just
for Fall Wear.
Light-Weight SniU Below Coat.
Fine Medium Weight Pants oarred from
Heavy-We'ght Panta for Winter Wear
at Half Winter Pricea.
A General Clearing Sale.
We intend to aell all onr present stock be
fore our Fnll Goods arrive. Now la the
chance to secure groat largaina. It will pay
yon to a took ap now with the Suits and Pants
you may not need nntil the fall. Fall will
aoon be here, and what you oan lava now
will be a luoky invea'ment.
SIPE' Ial. MJTlt'E-Odds and Enda of
Suit, and Odd Coats and Vesta, at remarka
bly low' prices.
Mistit Clothing Parlors,
263 Second Street,
Opposite Court Square Memphis'.
an-Open F.vrnlutre anill 7; Satar
ardays. nntll 11.
mw All alterations to Insure a perfect fit,
done free of chrrge.
Deviled 'raba, Mirlin,
Salmon, Vroati Can Mackerel,
Brook Trout, Oyetera,
Mackerel in lomato Catsup,
Street Binned Fleklea,
Sonr Pleklea by the al. and in Jara,
Pickled Onion, Hot Relish,
Wooater Sauce, fon.alo Catsup
Caper, Mat. turd. Carry Powder,
Salad Dreavlue, Olive. Olive Oil,
Crram lieee. Celery Sauce,
Celuiy Siu, , :.
JUglBPcaiHAM' & co.
J. G. 8C..3.I0T & SON,
S..rW r.- 1
Importara and dualom In Buna, Amnin.
nlilon and riNhlnar Tackle, Bulldera'
Hardware), i leclrle Bella and Ai
nanelafern lor lintels and Residences, MU
Main street, Memphia, Tenn. Kleotrio
supplies always on hand. Bapairln neatly
IHPORTKR AND DEALER IS
Gang, Immnnition, FlRhlnp; Tackle
and Biuw-Kall Uoedn.
WHOLES A I. B AND RETAIL.
994 Matin Street, Hem pals, Tanni
Manufacturing and Repairing of Gone a
SDEA k MCCARTHY, Propr's.
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
ONI 0P Tha liAttSItST BOILER 8BOPB
in th Booth, and th only complete
Boiler and Sieet-Iron Workt in thaolty.
Mannractnrer of heavy Plata Iran,
work of every description. Bpsolal
attontlA .m ni.ilon work.
Importar and Dealer la
Sana, riahlnt; Tackle and Sparta,
men's aappllea. mw Special atUntioa
gtvea ta MANDFACTURIS9 and RE
iia Hffnln Nf.. Memphis. Tenm
Bartlett Kormal School
AM) THAI ING INriTlTUTK o BOTH
SEXES A .-chnol noted for U progrea
aiv methods ar.'l iiattoroagh, honest and
practical insfurtion, Cour e of atudr ar-
Ianged ta ment tbe d m.nils of the times,
'egreescnlorrei'., tui'ioa eheap, board f, on
ti to $l5a.no pir mm f, location pleasant.
hool waU equ!p pan, St-deoie received
any lim.- F'rit Tim rpena Auruat :id.
Second Term, i'i"oh-.' llftth. Address
NtUUARDI k MiUUAuDT.BarUcUjona
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