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TIIE MEMPHIS APPEAL: SATUtDAY. MARCH 30, 1889.
6,000 Kegs Steel Nails, In s' ore and en route moatly Riverside. W ito
for prioeB on Oar-load lots.
1,000 Barrels Silver Moon Flour. Best patent made.
1,000 Barrels Memphl Flour and Meal.
1,0(10 Barrels Yellow Clarified and Oranulatod Sugar.
1,(0) Barrels Seed Potatoes.
1,000 Bucks Rio Ooffeo.
20,000 Oases Canned Fruits and Vegetables.
1,000 Oases 1th Maokerel, Sardines, Salmon, Eta.
100 Barrels Rloe.
60 Tierces Hania, Lard, Etc.
WHITS FOR PRICKS.
THE OLIVER-FINNIE GROCER CO.
w f BBaSmm !
FRY'S IMPORTED COCOA.
You are cordially lnvltod to visit our store. 29 1 and 230 Main stroet
and enjoy a cup of this delicious drink, whloh we will furnish fruo, each
afternoon, for ono wook. Respootl'uUy,
BALDWIN. KNOWLTON & LAKE
NOMINATION OF WM. 8. TIPTON FOR
MARSHAL OF EAST Th.NNK.S8EK.
Cbarg-oa of Offensive Partisanship to be
Entertained Republicans on
Whom Fortune Seems
Sr-ecls! Ilpnlch to The Appeal.
WuinTox, Marvli Jit. The nomination
of W in. K. Tipton today to le Marshal of
the Kustcrn Pistru t of Tniicoe iiuini th.it
the jMiliry of making removuU on rhnrfce of
offensive parti.siinship li to prevail llh this
Administration. Tin-re is at 1 - --1.1 no va
cancy in the Kalrrn Murshulship, hut Con
gressman Kvau had (lied paier against the
present occupant. Mr. Nixon, charging him
with usii hi offlce fur y 11 1 1 111 purics,
breaking up lb-publican meeting with the
ahl f hi deputies ami intimidating It. pub
llcntu In other way. It if upon these
charge that Mr. Nixon It removed
Attorney lleiicral Miller Itated tolnx
to nome Tenneee.-ins that if any charge,
were died again! the urriipunt of ofllie in
the Middle or Western divisions of Teuu
esaec, holding coinniis-lniu under In. dc
purtment, they would receive iminrdiute
alteiilion, and if the charge were proved,
removal and appointment smild promptly
follow. Alt result of tin invitation, it it
understood that . li.itv of partisanship
will aoon be filed ag.ilut Ihstrlct Attorney
Mtlorry and Mar.hul Yamy. It i claimed
that both of these gentlemen have
neglected to perlorni their full
duty In lnvetigatitig and prosecuting
all election fraud in tin ir dlstrii to, and that
this will be snMh icnt to ei ui their re
moval. If tills is done Winsteud will suc
ceed McCorry and Iluynrs will take Yancy's
place. There seem to he no doubt sloiit
these two sppolutnicnt Mr. Winlead
yesterday received a .irons Inter of indorse
ment from A. J. I'armer. of Camden, the
law iartiirr of Samuel W. Haw kin-, who baa
been candidate fur the l'i.lrlrl Attorney'
ship. Tills would seem to indicate that
Hawkins's friend have come to tbe conclu
sion tli.it be lis 110 .how in the fight. Mr.
lima 11, of Ilmansville, who wss a candidate
for tbe Western Marlialhlii, Is understood
to le considering the advisability of with
drawing altogether and indorsing llaynes
for the place
The MM In-the case of the District At
torneyship of tbe Kaakrii Pulsion of 'I 11
ln will be 11 led at the Ik-part men I of
Justice tomorrow, but there will lie none
mentioned 111 them for the plai e. The ..lit. c
f between Cildwill. of k inn vllle, and
Liudscv. of Hoti Couiitr. Mr. Ilouk I
srtiittar liome tomorrow, and as soon as he
Visa fell tlie public pulse, slid ascertained
which of these two gentlemen will bo most
a 1 .pubic, he ill lelegr.ipli to the depart
ment sud have III.: name tilled in. It la be- j
lleved that Undscy ml get the place.
The Ollllliati..l. '( W A Alh-ll to he C,,.
lector of littertuil II. venue lor the KniU-rii
Plstrict will be Ml ill m it week. Col.
Oreggs's term rX it nn the tl ! of Ai.nl
The rsof Mr.sr. Hiidlliiirg and m-w-art.
applieanl. t... the p ..ill. 111 ..I I'.. si master
t klioxvllle. were placed 011 lite todav, hut
no recommendation I mm Mr Ilouk a I
tianieil cither application. It is expected
llial lludiburg Mill g t the oflli e.
JrnuR TxtiI Tt isrv and daughter, of
Wolf Crag, Tenn., are at the Uayuso.
Mas. Hsi.as L. TattOtxx of la Angeles,
Cat, i In the c.ty l..r a In week Hopping
at No. MS luili rd.ile slrri-t.
I .Cot. Hss( M UlU has gone to Bunls
vllle, Al to look miurr hi interest in a coal
mine located mar that place.
Ma. J. W. Ki 1 ss, after an absent of
neiirlv three Weeks on visit to Pass Chrit-
tlau and New Orleans, returned ysssXtrday
W N sum uid Ifi of 1 hli sg Slid
Mrs. I'. M. MUiiley, of this city, returned
last week alter a two seeks vltll to li it
K. If MxTT-av. Newp.rt. Ark.: T. Mc
Cofler. Fort Worth. W. I. Ilarklrv. linen
vllle, Mls ; C. J. Wsllis, New Orleans; A.
M. Nash. Forrr.it illy, are st Duffy's Hotel.
'Pao' Willi tt. tb live rallnaxd eml
gratioii agent, arrived here Tueadsy night,
having in rhuige .11 colored farm hstnU,
nd left last night to pilot another delega
tion Visitor on '( barge ycslenlay: H. II.
lUscse, ttavannah. , Mist F. smith. Utile
Ito k. Ark . M k Nristrr, lin uadi. Mis.;
K - 1 liarles and S k. McComlco, New Or
leans. J (I. W PI 1 Tl' lllrinlnehsm, Ms . T W.
Kllpatrlek. New Orleans, U K. W. Ashley,
hliarky, Mi.: J p rthesnr and J. T. Ysr
bniugli. liobinsonville, Ml., are among lb
arrivals! Uie Clarendon Hotel.
Mis Kll Mtva Drrrv will hold a recep
tion al her home, corner boat bvsiiu and
Msnassa slrset. ihlb sflermsin. Man h M,
from I until o clock. In honor of Mis
Catherine rlpecht Waller, of Delhi, 0.
W. A. Lou, Covington. Tenn.; W. D.
Oray. M.D., Brighton. Tnn.: W. i. White,
AU.iil. f I' N.ulhgsle, I ami. III.. James
Mrs. M. 8
more, 81. L'ii1k; A. I). French mid wife, Mil
xxaukee; II. S. luiley, Put on Itutw, La., are
A. 8. Tuimwrtt. Atlanta; Charlox Colin,
Nashville; It. K. Ware. II. C. Townsend. Nt.
I.nui; Frank S. Wood, rhiciuto; J. II.
White, lluutvillc. Ala.; lien rye K lit I-lin-lv,
Uroonville; J. H. Hanfnrd. I'ovina
I. .n: T. K. Kiddie k. Komcrville, K. It. Old
Iiiiiii, lliuley, an- ol the l'eahody.
Motion day in Circuit Court today, and
call of docket under rule 7.
Kleven shot were fired on Poplar slteet
last night. Nobody killed, as far a known.
A ladv, while driving out Hernando street
near Kllott, vc-terdiv afternoon, wo thrown
from a buggy and is believed to be seriously
JJVt'alter Myers was arreted yesterday bv
t apt. D'Huwr on a chiuyc of s. tiling a suit
of clothes (roin a man nanieil Myers, several
mouths ngo. He hod on the identical suit
Bud Hush, a nrgi-o f uspert, who waa ar
rested a few days ago, turn out lobe a burg
lar When arrested a gold watch and chain
were found 011 his person. Task rday Mr.
II. II. Clark called at the station and id. nti
lied the watch as one stolen from hit rooui
several nights ago.
The lion. It A. Odium has gone into the
recommendation for tainlon business in
carnot He is now striving for executive
clemency for William Mulligan, srnt up for
thru-year. f,,r n-viult Ukii with intent to
kill his wife. Mulligan lias served out
alM.ut half hi sentence.
Capt. IVffry will begin at II o'clock to
night a work in which every cltlien
will wish him the largest measure of success,
1 !..it of sweeping the streets. Owing to the
acciinitilallon of mud, the Captain realise
the enormity of the task and will turn hi
entire force liaise on Main street. Tin will
lie hakcd after first, then tbo other tavcd
streets When once the Ion of mud have
been gotten rid of, all the streets will be
11. 1 .01 1 an I MptfkMl
Is the universal verdict of all who hare
tried our latest brand ol cigara, w hicli we
have just received direct Irout Havana,
n.n PR SAMCIM!,
And whirh we are aclling aa leader at
the popular price of
2 roa 25c.
A cigar as good cannot lie had elsewhere
3 for oOc. Thia we guarantee, and invite
conooiaMura of fine cigars to try them.
I. Hawki-hon tit Co.,
The Direct Importer of Memphis.
THsttCOMPANY MU.sT PAY.
A Uacislon of Intoraat to Holder of
flviTixMss. Md., March Stk-Judg Wright
filed yesterday n opinion In the esse of
' Hussn J. Johnson against the People's lU ne
j tit AsMs iation, deciding in favor of the
plaiutiff. This Is a case of considerable in-tcn-st
to mutual insiirancn companies and
1 ars.in holding policies in them. George
I W. II. Johnson, in hl. Insame a member
ol the .1 - . iii'ioii ami 0 1. lamed a oliey en
tilling him lo l.'i in use of death, and in
. !-e ( s 1 kn.'s. to M'r uei-k. 1 n January
in. 111. the lloanl of Dire, tort adopted a
new In lew providing that in rat a mem-
Isrr was tick for sis weeks then' should be
deducted from the benefits to whigli he
would be entitled, on year's due. $2, in
advance. This by. law was never ratilled or
contlrmeil by the n.rmb. is of the ocia
lion. Johnson wax taken tii k for nine
weeks. An asessiuent of $l..tO had been
called, wlni h Ml Johnson did not i.y. In
May her husband died, and the mmpany
Hi used to rerogiiixe the -lh) or her claim
olt I "si. on the grulimltll.lt the siitue
follillelhl l.i lure lo iu the liss. -sllu III
The widow sin ! the eomiaiiiv, claiming thai
the tnonev withheld should lisve been applied
to the tsymeiit of the smciit Jiidge
Wright lake this view of the rase and in I
. otilnion lay
that it had
fhe defciidsnt contends
right to make nrh 1 hange
under lis by-lswi without a me. Imp of line
members: that the ss.K iatlon oiild nuflily
one of the seethnit of the very staliit under
which alona it could a
the clear language of 1
te nectlon to tbe con
raof I'oriMiration . fn-
mill 1 v act as though 1
irv alone loiisliliilod
orn irstion. nn I
that they have acbil
niemtH rt without regal
leresl or of Individual
1 oiirt hold thai Ibe 1
belonging o the plai
decree graining the
II interest of cert. on
i to the general in
omiaxny had money
Hilt smlill sign a
pi in. nil tho relief
8ll Pl.u h lyi The tpuesl.
Hmisi. Arl, Man-h ."'Mr ftsm t
Havldson and Mis Lily Iliggin were
intrrinl twlas- by tb Kev. A. C. Ilriicc al
the r. tidence of the irnmni. Mr. Davidson
I a prominent planter living several mil
fnun Hi lent, ami It about seventy n w ar
of age III bride I a handsome young lad
who gs is in tlie twenties,
riNIINNATl. O, lisrsb -Blvsf l leet I
he l...ua I..IIUI SnIIimi r,.Hnti. rii.-nii..iiie
i" 4. tajght-suvsi : Itrt sud uiliua WrsiUi
THE SPORTING WORLD.
ANOTHER GOOD DAY'S RACINQ
Chattanooga Organlzad At Last And
Signing- a Team Southern League
Records Memphis First
New Ont.FAN, lax., March 29.
a bug attendance nt today races.
weather was line ami the track fast
First Race Five furlong. Skobeloff won
in 1:0.1;';, lnt Bheedy second, Golightly
Kecond Ksee Three-fourth of a mile.
Stuart won in l;lii, Mucuulcy second, Littlo
ll s.s third.
T'hlnl ltuce One mile. Quotation won in
1:4(1, Kermese second, KirKmaii third.
Fourth lhwe Thrtv-cigliihi of a utile.
Millie Williams won in 0 is, Wrestler
second, llildt garde third.
NKW OUiSAl KNTIIIBS.
The following an- Iheentriea, weights ntid
odds on New Orleans races a posted hist
uight at rowers A t'o.'s Turf Kxehsnge
t'lrt Itsisi-Kiieclgliu, Mllug. tietitllly. K, 4
toll Vlemrc's. M, 1 i,, 1 I'stlierlne It, t. .' to I;
t Inline, lat. 111 to I iMernlty, lOiCto 1; Huteliinsii,
lol. 4 to 1: Ornigc 1.11I, lis., :l ui I; Vatlell, lu7, 6 to
I; Kn d Wooley, los. 3 In I: Jlininlu H, US, 4 to I.
m-ciind Kins- 'iiiicciminh. M'lllng. llentnn.
IHI, It) to 1: l.lulc lleks, UlJ, 4 in I; IWN.tjack, lit.. .'
Ml. Aiumwan, Iftv to I; Diiliiae, Ills, 2 Ml. Kveut,
list. Ito b Tiiihii, ll, '.'M.V
Thlnl Ksiv-One mile. MisuillBht. tin, '"terT:
1-rltcliett, 104, 42 to 1; IVII Mell. 11m, 1 in I . jmm
tin-tie's lalst. Uft. :t Ml: Jim lllliilils, Hi. S to 1:
I . 111 Id, u to I: Nelks k. U to I, Jim Nate, Ml,
lit to 1: Hun Mis t. m. I'.M I.
Kotirth Kaiv-Due hall lolle, elllng. Lexington
8, SV. IS M Mons I", 3 H I. I VVelisler, ) 1, hi
1: Kesiacy, l. 6 to I; 1 .n.ii 1 to 1, i.J
Km k, 1UU, U to L
1. 1 on. Turk Knlea,
Kroin the 8pnrtltuj World.
John Hyland has kept his lot going, and
he will he ready to race with the lirst of
them. Kudiaut, who is even more thought
of here than French Park, i luoking luighly
wcll. while Kreiteh I'nrk i not far la hind.
A gnat deal litis not been asked of the latter
yet. hut he bus hrcu doi'ig slow cantering,
and appear to rather like it. As yet he
how no sign of breaking down, which it is
to lie sincerely hoxd he w ill not do. Old
Westmoreland looks big and stout, nnd Con-
nemaru also look well. Hie it nut tiite so
high in llesh a she was, and look more like
gelling down to racing trim. The Scnsation
1'erlds tllly a- "iid to have shown a great
turn of sliced last fall, nnd now the same
report it out again, she ha wintered ex
ceedingly well, and If the report is true
ll land may have a race hoi
Mr. llathgatc's five two year old ore all
doing splendidly, and a hi) ho two of the
much ci. Miid Spendthrifts among them he
is considered to lie in lurk. The one he got
from Owen, by HM-nillhrift-koiiht. when
tin I itter -old out ail. I went to I . in.nl. 1. i- an
exceedingly bandy looking one, and he
should turn out unite a useful animal. He
s in the Isrflt of comlili
n now, and appear 1
to Inn e glow 11 1 i.h ral.U din nig the 111
1 .1 - 1
ler. The otlier .Siieinlilirifl. nut of Jauette.
s also a good looker, and Mr. Ilathgnt. hi-
gn-at hopes of both of them. Of the other
three, tin chestnut one hy I. like 111m kiim.
nit of LiiiKiliidc, i ,1 the most useful
looking one, although the two fillies, one by
.Vtlb loll-Mvstllle.itloli, and the other hv
Dsn Siairllng-Kxeelleiic nru both oulte
laiidsoine voiing ladies.
l'.ph Hnedekcr it fullv satislitsl with the
wsv hit lot have gone through the winter.
and all he ask for now i a moderate hrc
of good lin k, and he is satisfied lliat he will
win In fair share of the money. Charlie
Preiix, who was the cause of all Kph's
troubles l.i-t year, is looking particularly
Well jut now, and he is cxta-clcd to make
for all he lost lust year a pretty
g loli, I. ut one that it I thought he is
fully up to. Nsrins, Yurdee, (toodluc and
li.irliiigtoii are all doing nleelv, ami thev
hsve slre.iily had a lale of the track. Of the
two year olds tlie Iwv lilly bv Kuiniviiiede
iroiic is iiv loiigisiiis the i.. -t. or at least
that it what i said here. Not br Kph, for
he say nothing al all.
Jai oh l iiieii has two two year old look-
ing as well a any on Ilia track. They are
rsrrving considerable llesh, but before the
season is over they will umi It that Is, if
they come up to expectation. Volunteer
II ami uwaa are also doing well, ami all ol
tin in I hi Iks u on the track a iiunilier ol
time, though as yet thev have done nothing
but walk or trot. I'al Nolan, with Mr. JrlT-
rote't lot, hn le-n on the track, of course,
and likewise, of course, lie ha not nil. .we. I
lb. in lo do any fast work He has them all
looking well, and thai i as much as can be
id slaiut tin-in st present.
The Ai.nl tourlei-sol I he Nfirlna Meet-
It ralnrsl steadily yesterday morning for
several hours, making the Iroi k wet and slip
pery, hence fast work was (mpmelhle and a
two minute gait wst the limit. It will pmh
ably be tomorniw before any rapid going
may be et lil.
Tbe town it beginning to fill up with the
avant' courier of rare meetings, and st
y corner on Main street, hetweel I'nion
M i. 1 - and imlably within a radius of
feet from the I'eabo l Strang fair ami
is, may be seen, all geulleuien of easy
ire and Sarulative views, waiting for a
irable opiMirtunily to connect with
lie. Hume have capital, other none,
have good clothe and great exicla
lions. Tiny come every year with tin-
pring brerte and depart with the xephyr-
llie air alter the i- ...
ml with the "atufl."
en- sml wlnil up st
Ihnaaxi, ami arc hn h roller, or "sonii
iiiijn .liciiis. M-ciinllna In the in .inn nt the
fate have accnnlcU them. In then inter,
when lin k ha Inch aitsiiisl tin m. thev
freiiueiil I.h li ixmutcr in New (libaus
in the iiKiruiiur. ami tnr racy c..ni-.
In the afternoon. Thev an- .n n. I v livers
alien in lim ami take inisi.iriiiiic aim
iilulaiilbrt'iiic resignation. Thev n a-in
iarablc Iroin the lurf ss the silk Jin ketisl
jiM-kev. ami eiiiaiiy .n tun .iie, luon- es-
.. llll n to II III. k Is lte.llli-t Hiem I lie)
hum the iN illirric of every bir.i from I. like
llhickhitrii to l'f tor Knott, and bavc the
h ull-i.l every famous race at the tliai of
ill. i r llnircis ll ou xiant inloniist
siN clfie . . in . In ii.lveainl ailtivi-, but nol
alwnvs reliable, ilnn' t fall to consult them.
'I heir motto I "alien you catch a sinker
bump hi head." ami tboy Iiv ui lu ll ailb
111 M .1 -I I .
n ng.oii osii-iiiy. .
Tare I iieerialmy mf l m .
Hni.il rhureb In Hie Spirll nf ih Tlmr
The iirovrrblal urn ertalnty of racing srsi
never iuon strikinicly Illustrated than Thurs
day in lb flve-furloiiK spin, ami this ilh
noil. in lo ilrlr.li I from suiimed consistent
form sml erfornianrs. There wr aeven
tarti r. ami four of ihem, Cbeeny, haNil-
loll, Mr llowllng ami Ancrnla, nn well
i Cbeeny, In otrticiilar, who wa
finally in i-b- an even money favorite. I'm
lib sin- mill against the oiiumii r,a mm h
a u 1. 1 1 airaiusl oar ol Ihem, sml yet the
latter Ino lliilshnl one, two, three, neither
of tin lirst to ii it. Mni ii plai. That ci r-
tainly alTonl a Imliitcil ill nsl rl Ion of the
difltriilly of plrkiiiK winners, even when all
the .latter are assumed to lie fit, all are
"out for lbs stuff, " and when public form
fiords the i r its rlon for making a b i t.i n
Talk shout mskiiia a fortune by lurf sprru
Istluii then- is not one i'ltlihury I'hil iu a
thousand rac follow!.
A M o' I o'. I "... s,,. ,..
A eurious nniission of nun publication of
entries to a big slake closing two years mi,,,
b.i cropped up loir Unlay through th
alertness of a well known newspaper corre
spondent balling from Ilia Windy (Tty. It
asms that soma two year ago tb 0k. Loula
Fair Jockey Club closed a stake, the name of
which I hive net yet learned, lo which th
added money wa vry liberal, representing
an uiuiint from llw club and also an eiial
amount of money from lb nrwsper re.
ruUd by tb aide awak (orrespondent
These twin alauus., mMll gult(,rlu,.
Doctors adtatt Unit tltoy ,,iL- uimcult to euro-
Cell ry (miiiouud haa per
manently cured the worst
casts of rnoumatlxiu and
iieunilgta-so gay those who
bine U s a It.
" Having been trotililisl
and ftHit fur nvp yuars, 1 wim
aim, .si unable toget iiimiiiuI.
anil was very often MxaBM
to at) list t..r ivis..i,s in
tin.... 1 use.l only one Isit
tle of I'nlne'a Celery ivitn
pmn.l. nnd waa HTf(s tl.i
const. 1 can now jump
around, and feel aa lively as
a buy." KaiNS ciKoia.
81.00. f!lx fur f..t on. Dnigglst..
MsnunoUi testinionl.il paper free.
Wills. HtomaneoN toi.l'ropa.ltuilington.vi.
ffi'ir Ruler nri.l RrigUrr
i ; . .. Man an uthtr iyts.
in question. Pomcthiiig or Other aa) the lat
ter on the tmil of the entries, and he nol
only could not find tiny public record of
them, but could not even learn from several
owner he spoke to to whether they had
entered or md. A Dote sddreat .1 to Secre
tary I'bl, at St laitti. soon brought the
entry list, and the stake with ten starter
will be worth some fl.nsi. Neither Mr.
limy, who entered Hub n, nor Haukltia, who
owntsl the colt, knew that he was entered in
this valuablo race until untitled by a tele
gram from the latter' s agent hen1, and John
Carter's Ksssou it also engaged, tothogmil
surprise of his owner. I'h.s l ist named geii
tli man n few days ago telegraphed the scribe
lure, who hud uuearihcd this "treasure
trove." thanking him h i the nlcrtuess he
hid displayed, and ad. led that "his colt
would be on hand to run for the stake, bar
accident." Altogether a strange comedy of
errors of imliou ami coinmiwdon. '.Vcs'
Oi'fciins ( ... n',iiii ( .. . 11 the Sporltrntui.
Illrniliialxniii I ui 'i irlse.
Tlie following extraordinary III lm 1 III ail tl
are held nut hy the llirmingham Jox key
I'lub to those who will subscribe lo it
(lake. We copy fioiu the Aiit-lUrnU of
Man 1 1
All pcrons representing flr! cla-s mcr
ehuii.H who are or will become subscribers
to the llirmingham Jockey I'lub stake, will
be cheerfully recommended by member of
I he Jockey Club to those wishing 10 make
purchase in their respective Inns, and
their names ami place of limine . will be
daily published on 11 caul, which will be
distributed gratis on the day of the race on
who h they subscribe for is run.
IlKskir. Jt xr, kWla B, Kington. Sir Pixon.
In p. . tor 11 are ull nt ' 1 a . send and doing
nt I. v.
Kikr.sn, Salva'or, Yum Yum and ficnui
iinonre ut MoiimuUth I'ark.jusl getting over
I'k. Sui.i tMii, an eniinenl veterinary stir
j. oil wants tola I moiic. (hut lluliover will
Hr.is.iiT from Karnloga indicate that Mr.
Oral ' s horx an getting into thaiic. Kverv
horse ill hi stable exicpt Klkwiaul suffered
fnun dileini r imiKirted fnun Kenlm kv.
KlkwiKid loot very well and I cxi led to
Tllk Chicago row. ieaklii of Ibe shin
d. r -nils ,i, mi,, K 1 oirigsn, says Jim
1 a tlv how Minn ol the ch.iru. lei- in the
morally, sweet trciiled combimitloii that wa
In ing lo gel sissasbin of the Inick could be
slandered is a puUng problem.
".. . 11.. .. I.e .KH.. Keenrda.
lteai b's Ikiwbiill 1. uide gives Moiithern
I. :u- ie ! . 0 I" iol I--. Slice I s ,,, , l,rs
ill butting, with an 111 erage of .I'll, I'liiie sec
ond, with 33Ul Lynch third; Shaffer and
Ixive tie for fouilh, C'uitit tilth, Mr.Vlccr
sixth; IVItitt, ('roily 10. Vaughn li, Ih-n lu
It, I'helan t, Nathols K.Siuilli .Ml, Amlrcwt
SI, M. K .1. i" 1. 0 40, ami Kwing at
the tall 1 ud, 4A.
The Hel ling record .l a fotlnwa:
t'atrhera llligfi. Vaughn, lln-iman, M...
lie. McKeough. Child, .Nicholson, ill the
Pluhers-Kwlitg. Widncr Hulllvsn. Hie
be), Nicbol, Knowltoii, hhatler, Weber,
i: din geailk,
Kirsl Itaseineii Andrews Lynch, McVey,
Nroiid llaemen Fuller, Thelan. Hilt
man, I'eak, William.
Third llaaenirn lU-cciiis, llrudley, Uurk.
Shorttoisi llutkt, Fuller, Force, Huuk,
Uwery. 1 i.l.HI
Left Fielders McAleer, t.leiin, Wcnleu,
Center Fieldors Duffre, Carl, Snced,
lllght Fielder Mann. Chill, I'owell,
( line. Meyers, l.ohl-bv.
1 In Halting lliriiiingham. Mempbls.N'ew
Or lean, I liarlrsbm.
club Fielding - Memphl, C'harlrtlon,
lliiiuiiighaiii, New tr leans.
I hsllssin Mill Man i-i ...
r-pfial lllspatch lo The Ai.-.il.
CMSTTASonaS. Telltl M nj h '."I - Tin-Clint
UuiMiga llaM'ball Assciation will sign play
ersat our. A dark blue suit with orange
Ir. minings has Inch selected.
Slam. mil IIm.i.
I'i t v. of Helms. h was i,-n. I last year
lioldsbv for llirmiuKbalii and Juiiih.
. (ontr.nl. has i,-io I ith .Neniiiie.ui-
Ths Arrati. is In rueipt of a copy of
"l(ea h Olllclal A in. 1 1, an Aw latloii
llaseball OtUda" for ln III a neat vol
lime of IsA ige, ami full of valuable
statistic and las-nn I niiulatlon govern-
log the gnme. V e ho desire lo Is-
well Informed of matb r -rtaiiiiiig Ui the
gam can do without the iiulde,"
Wai.txi Oolbssi i. one of the most sue-
eaaaful of the Munoi
always picks a ami.'
secured top club lor
bv the learn In
. Kill- i
- . lii.l. Willi ll
Nbalfer and (
. ill her..
I t. her.
Win. lb r,
Nbw Oauur at plnuuing lo open ibe
hssrhall season With a hurrah. Th New
Orleans Nliil a- AtlaiiU opens the
Misiti here, and tliai fail Is warrant lor
soimthiut tin. i
way of blue In I
of Ibe oieiiiiii ol
guesU and press ii
will board tin
the park wlni
given tb pi .1
all the silent ami
dresa suit ami in
receive tlie guesl'
Ibe (iovcrilor ami
giv eclat to th
I'M. I I I I
play, and it I pi
lieueral Itugtr n
nn In the plai '
il. nnd promln. i
will be Invited In
taliuns will b .
tl. ... .
mi bed In. The part y
I ml ears and go out lo
l.iK neption will ba
..f Ibe two teams.
.i..inlneiil men In
. -tire beauty of full
i ii lata blrt front will
I II I Intended to bav
. stIT on tb ground lo
. ii. An artillery
a salute, the band w II
. ,l to have Attorney
. a short address of el
I In M il or. th I i aa-a-al
and Htata ofl1 ial
. .. I and &," invi
i ..... t '.
Tjixvii tennis 1
popular tbl sea,
nd are organlsin
Memphl t lub I
and ha rente I
dummy line. A '
two of tbe crai k
to ibis club, ami 1
all . "lii".tllofa.
Tb ( hick.
dy ki with
Ini ml" s 1 ,
biil r W
urer, l. M Arn
Haaaaa, W. i. a
, . 1.1
. Vi 11
1 ... it
1 h p .( thirty
.ui the Kasl Knd
rank and Will Otxja,
1 Mi 111 phi, Lrloitit
, .ill mske It lively for
onranisad a few
lug ofWcers and
1 b; Vlos-Presl
. . rlty sml Treas
1 . rs W N I
,1 rank kUo,
NO USE TO
" PiUno'aatery Compound has been a (tort
send to inc. For the past two years 1 have Hiif
fensl with neunilglaot tbo heart, doctor after
doctor falling to cure mo. I bave now taken
nearly four not ties of tbe CcuniKHind. mid am
fnv fnnn the com, Inliit. I feel very grateful
to you," Cuts. 11. i.i. n in, Central Village, 11.
" I have been greatly nmicliit with acuta
rl ninilim. oiid could tliul no relief until t
used I'lUne'a IVIery 1 oiuiMiind. After UHlng
alx Isittle.sof Uil inislicUie I utr. linn 1 unsl of
rhouinutle trout le.s."
axttTBt. lit icnmmiN. so. Contlsli, N. U.
Effects Lasting Cures.
Putin scel'-ry luiiH. 11111I Iiilh isTforiui-d in my
other cun-a na marvelous as these. -cnpl f
letters sent to any nddn-Ht. I'leus.int to tske,
doc not disturb, hut nlds digestion, and 1 ntlre
l.i vegetable; a child e in take 11 Wlial'l III
use of surTiiing longer with rheuinaliKiu or
o JOrC f.iisSoaj"'" Jicfutril Ht mc II illku,
UADIL0 jM) ,,j. iu,lr,v u u ltMUBufc
Frank Snowden, Arthur Warwick, J. Kisk,
V. Overton, Joliutheiton,.li.. V. K.S
A match game was played at the club's
court, on Washington avenue near Manassa,
between w. Ovtrun and J. Mak against
ateaggs snd Armstrong, 'reMilting ill u vic
tory tor the former bv a score ol ii to ,
llii aflcin.Hin um( all subse.ucnt Satur
days will be ladles' day, ami all friends of
tlie club nru invited, luiiue called ut l.W
the Ste inline Italy 1 oir.
Niw York, Mnivh .- Ilichard K. l'ox,
slakeholdcr in the McAulllle Paly match,
reccivisl a telegrnm today fnun t apt. A. W.
Cooke, ol Uosion, slating that I 'apt Win.
laly, Jr., backer of Mike Daly, called on
him on tho It'dh instant in relation to Mc
Antille s refusal to tight for a less sum than
ts(tmi, Capt. Halv suggested that it see d
Useless to keep 11 lorfeit longer, us he e.uild
not make 11 mutch for more than $-',00", and
said if he could raise the uioiiey for 11 j.i.non
iniileh, there was iiothiiig to hinder Me
Atiblles refusing to light for b-s than
Mo. mm. 1 apt. Huly's M0 win tl turned to
him. Cnpl. Cooke asks Mr. l'ox lo leltiru
htm tho t-'ao in hit burnt.
IT 18 LOIT ON HIM.
That Chronic Vsujrnnt "Oharlea Ray
mond" How It Affected III Chums.
The young vagrant, "Charles 11. minimi'1
that Is nut his name - was arraigned in the
1'olici' Court yesterday inn ruing.
rrcsident Itaihlen fired at the hopeless
ease nf laI ness and deceit a lecture that he
had snt up ll iiighl to preiare.
Havini.nil'n case via continued to April
10, after x. Ii it-It Hi Hn nor remarked,
"Young man, if you haven't got work by that
time, come back here and let me know. I'll
give you work. I'll have a new cart ami
mule, which you shall drive, and at the rate
of .'si cents a day That money I intend shall
b. devoted to keeping your hod) and soul
together. And you've pit to take Rood i are
of thai mule, loo, soim ihin,: the luicluati of
the eliaiiigaug mil attend to.".
With a complacent "Yes, sir," tbe chronic
vag Inmci him- If out. but lost no time in de
claring himself on the sulijecl ol that mule
and cart of the chain gang. He mm 1,1 Mill
the carl and tint" die mule In the river.
"Work is for -laves, but oh, no! not fur uie,
high toned young gentleman!"
I be ,ii n "I "I ibis j onng -, imp h id a tern
rary vx holcsouie cite. I on his churns, all
of whom make their hcudiiuartcrs iiIhiiiI lh
I'ealxsl) rotunda and billiard ball When
Mil. cr Htilllvan started on ii tour of lnaOOs
lion yeslerilay, the fellows who were sitlnig
around sIimmI not on the onlcr of going, tint
v iiuose.l in any orl of sivle alhirding llui
must facility. Nunc of those lounging about
the ' i ,ii hall in n rn. nl tluough the
.. .Ion ami out liack door
I b. . i ii-a le I a righteous one, in whiib
t l.t js.ll. e shollhl -iM re.
UU TOOK AHSBMO.
Oeorsra Moor Ueoomos Despondent
and Attatnpta Bulold.
George W. Moore, of No. 17 Washington
street, took ilon ycntenlay with suicidal
intent. Moore I a locomotive engineer by
profession. AImiiiI si-vcn month ago he
sii employed on the transfer entitle of the
Memphl A Chailestoii I! hIi i I. but wn
dlschargi'd for drinking. He has made sev
eral effort to obtain employment since, but
failed. Yesterday afternoon ab.mt .1 o'clock
In tell home telling hi wife that lie wa
going out for walk. He returned in nlmnl
half an hour and i oinpbiine.1 of juilns In In.
loin, b He continued l.i grow wome. and
lr Mitchell and Taylor were called in
They aaw al a glance that he had taken
s.ls.,n sml pn nlic.l accordingly He was
somewhat better last lllght, but his condi
tion was still serious.
M... ,r, told Li 1 1 friend of hi wife's ih.it
he a despondent on account of being nut
of mirk, and look leu grain of arsenic lo
cud his in. -i ry The would l- sin. ide ba a
son. a young man shout twenty year, obi,
who i an engineer in the ta-rvlce of the
Memphis A t'hsr lesion lt.nl i.... I.
IN i in Mini e AOAIN.
Draw Morrow Arreatod for forging III
Kl-K.niploye.r s Naran.
Drew Morrow, a young palmer, is In du
rance tile, all on account uf a little tr.ilisac
lion he llgur d In thai was not altogether
right, ll appear that Morrow lis l-een vi
itliig llelle lllaudnn. a Hbort Thlnl slrei l
Iran, and Thursday night she rexVjajta i,e
loan of .'. Not having the de-lnd amount
lu iwh lie gave her a rli k purMirting to be
slgmsj Iiv (1. K Htsmlih, In former
phiyer. S'ealenlny morning the woman sent
It to the Mechanic Havings Bank for psy
lin ni, but the teller n-ogiiiriug ihe Isigiis
signature, thn w il out ami aotHUd Dataci-
Ives Ariiislnuig ami I tyoe i.i im-t ase i in v
found Mornw almtil an hour later and took
him to the Folic Ktatloti. This not the
llrsl lime Morrow ha lieen in Itonble.
Almiit a year ago he stole a watch fnnn a
young man Willi whom he wa naimiug, but
escrl punishment by playing era)'.
iii. 1 1 1 1. i )gta
Wvsnii'.Tos, Man b Ihe total pro
dm Hon of distilled spirit from January I,
, t Januarv I. laH wa MrVMNJU
abb- gallon, IM-Ing tbe large! prodm lloaj
for a similar Hiriil in any jraar slut ll.
II. A. Williams Atlanta, (i., ran sup
ply MM) colored fsrrn linnds, in lainiln ,
nest week. l a low rale ol tiiisirtlloii.
Write or telegraph him. Money lu ivcr
IraiiaiHirtatiun d. p.. t- I inbankorwilh
men liatit, will Msrurn all Ibe hand
you wish, lias parties n udy to ni ne
within twenty-lour hour' notice
THE JET PALACE
WITH THE LATEST INNOVATION.
GOLD WATCHES GIVEN AWAY!
every saturwyi will
Every Purchaser of Even ONE DOLLAR a Worth of Goods BUU a 10 a x-nanuu.
My roods are first class in
I. ROErCJ I 1
No.301 Mniii olreet, : : :
aar Ocdora Oi nuul raooiv aauua ivtlautlon aa
Orgill Bros. & Co
GUNS, STOVES AND TINWARE.
We Cordially Invito Our Patron.8 and tho Trado Oonerally to Call an,
Exuniino Our CotnploLe Htock of
PLOW GEAR AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Of Hvory Dosorlption, Which Wo Offer at LOWEST MARKET Prloei
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE A SPECIALTY.
ORGILL BROS. & CO., 310-312 FRONT ST.. MEMPHIS. TENN
DESJARDINS, MILLER & HAWKINS
394 & 398 MAIN STREET. - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
Whohsalo II; i rd ware
Btovoa nnd Tinware, Ottn, Outlory, Farm Iraplomenta of All
KindH, RalltOHti Contraotora' aupplKn.
W UtAD IN l.nw NU0K8 OTHMfl FOLLOW, Oonntry UerrhanU WW Never
Know liottom Prlosa Unlaai Ika it tmr Quotatlona,
Southorn Agents for Bannor Cotton .mil Corn Plantors. Camp
boll Corn and Forlllior Dr. II.
Aveiy and Kentucky Plows,
titty Plow and Stalk Cutters,
Bathed and Plain Wire,
Handled Ho.- and Kye Hoss.
r the Newest Styl, for lairge Aiwortmrut.
a Ullggy to lain. Inn. f.
I In Harness Mingle
Go to W.
CHARTERED DY THE
A. K 000DHAR, rVatl b I CARMlliiTON, T. -
"SV 1 1()
BOOTS AND SHOES,
367-369 MAIN STREET, . . MEMPHIS, TENN
DO AMD l
A Tl (100DBA,
i.st a or
(loodbar, Love A C,t.
it. v wan,
Of H n lav It. me A Co.,
! An-. Ark.
r... .a. ..L
LemmoD & Gale Company.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Not. 320 and 328 Main Straat, Memphis, Tenn.
W Ii Mi Mia,
n 1. lit i KIMI1IAM.
UI S'IU. iJ,
DO YOU WANT A HOME?
Do You Wniit to Btop ritvlnif Hltflt Ronla ? Do You Want to Bav
Your Monoy uml Mndto a Hnfu nnd Prufltablu luvoatlmant ?
Ihen Milm rilie for Htix'k in the Nvw
HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
r,el.t . S. IlltO X I Mill
Slrv.l'ia. blent, I l Kl I.. Wiinli in
' .. .r m j, XX . I I- i I.i. I It
in 1. 1 .
IKKV I'KTKIW. of Peters Cra k' H o
(1. M. II0WKLU 11. mi's und HI...
JIM M. RAIM.Y. of
ari r furt'isr Information t.t.nt to V
Mullins & Yonge,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
No. 370 Front Street. Memphis. Tenn.
oive away a lady s solid
. 1 .
every respect ana I guarantee every pirn tu. WJ -x-
Yet they will be sold at the very lowest prices.
Dowlaw Cotton Planter,
Horse Collars and Hsmts,
Blind and Hiding Bridles,
Ce'.c! rated IXL Axes.
(Double nd A ngle),
All Mtvl.'H All ICindC
M HARM E2SSL
for the Vi rv llet Ousllly. fnr All tvle froBJ
or I'oub o. for the Most Ida-niiable I'ricr.
& Co., Monroe Street
STATE cfr TENNESSEE.
Irest a t. HEINE, Tom, I. H. (WDnAIl, Sn
goodbar, love a co.)
DIIIKt' l OHM
j n finonrtct,
(londbar, Lovo A Co
3. T. W. TII.I.AIL
'resident i Hoc is' liank,
I'm i .". Ark
. . .1 I...C
w. r. si 1 1 1 t ik
n tit ' KIVOHAm
nt II...I..I A Imuissnr,
I J. 1 I aia.ii at Co
Mill HI I.MKbOHV.
1 t HOUR ( J
)0HK J Will. 1. 1
C. V. Kms.nth A I ..
f. rAltK'f e- i
V Hoist A rtro.
, i:il kuts.
gold si em winding watch.
I l..l I. , nan 111 It aotaK.
liinftiltssisH- i Itsilnilii' 11 amta l tHbm 1
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