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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17," 1889.
THE SPORTING WORLD.
in nomination an
Wood was plot
I Towner decluriuj
liid. eluded. Mr. James
U'J vico-iiroijidont Mr.
SILVER MOON BAKING POWDERS
This "Silver Moon" Baking Powder, which has been manu
factured by us and used in our Retail Department for so many
years before selling out that Department, is made only of old,
well known and long tried Baking Powder Material, in which
no Alum or any Injurious substance whatever is used.
We Give Our Faithful Guarantee to This ;
TIT IS NOT BETTER THAN ALL OTHERS, BUT IT IS A3
GOOD AS ANY, AND WB KNOW IT IS PU11I2.
. Buy It From Your Own Grocer. We Soil at Wholesale Only,
THE OLIYER-FIMIE GROCER COMPT.
THB MEMPHIS MEETIN3 TO
WATCHED BY THOUSANDS.
K that thu vico-imsiilont I mniav iiaddio mtf rvTDIPT
would be eo.iUH.lM to do all the work. H" o mmji rAi..nv.
A Chicago Paper Predicts That 8ooner
or Later tbe Mompbls Association
Will bs the Most Prominent In the
SILVER MOON FLOU
$S.OO PEB IBjIEE&EL.
NEW ROE HERRING.
BALDWIN KNOWLTON & LAKE
Memphis raptured a portion of the
capital prise in the Louisiana lotu-ry draw
Willi Colo, (or assault and Intent to
kill, w is bound over to tho Hate, yestur
iliiy, ly Justice (iaivin.
(J. W. Smith, n white man, IslieinjilH'M
by tho iMilit'o. It Issup'Kwed tliut he Is
wanted in tho North.
Iluliert Uruco, a youna man charged
w ith lionsobr'akinj( in Sardi. Miss., was
arretted yesterday and taken to Sard is ou
tho afternoon train.
An old gentleman whose nnmo could
not be learned was thrown from his buy
rear the corner of Third and Aucliou
i reels lout UJlit and BUKbtincd severe in
juries. IJ.it of prizes drawn in Loii'lnn: fctato
I.ttiry, April lrt, !.. 3-J.074, S:lM,intn;
v:i.Kita. $l(Mi,Nu; u. Hi.'), -"". , O'.Mio-', -'',
txxn l,tiJ7, f lO.mK); KS,4:Wl. flO.lWO. First
cnpital prise sold in Memphis.
I'ruf. J. . Handworker's biiKsy over
turned while la-inn driven by him over
tho l-oumvillo A Nashville Ittilroad at the
Third street cnwainir. yesterday, and tho
l'rofciwor's shoulder mas dislocated.
fttrnh Craij. a not illfavorcd young
woman, 21 years ol net) ni'l hailing from
uisvillc,wssairtnU.'d lust mxlit for prowl
ing and vagrancy, ''ti was in company
with a neuru man named Geo. lirowu, uo
was also run in.
l'olicdnrD nlifltl the proprietors of the
Commercial Hotel yesterday that tho
Iioiiwj would be raided unless the rnalo
ilorous record of the eaUblislunent was
speedily purified. A small sited panic
ensued among the in mates, and many of
thcui deserted the premincs.
lUraaft All ioiruHt
Is tho universal verdict of all ho have
tried our latent hranl of ciifars, which wo
have juiti received direct fruui Havana,
n.oa PS SAMKLMX,
And which we are sellim as a .ca.Ur at
tho opular price of
2 roa 2-k
A rlar as rood cannot bo hsj rlsewhere
3 for .Vv. This we Btiarnntee, and iuvtie
connoisseurs of Que ciitiusto try thenu
I. HAriwxt V Co.,
Tho lirrct Importers of Memphis.
Jrnoa L. A. I'.vtes left for Nuhhvillo last
Mil. C. II. r.iiAPFOttt), of Bt Louis, nr
rived butt nii?ht.
Mr. W. II. ItiNniiAW and wife, proprie
tor of tho Brunswick Hotel, New York, are
at the reabody.
Miss Lin l'nvon, of Holly Springs, is
visiting Miss Mury Armstrong, ut No. I'SS
A luliuiua street.
IJrnn Ea.o. Charles Wright and a num
ber of Fort Worth, Tolas, bookmakers,
arrived last night.
Ik. J. It. 8AroRi, of Covington, Kv.,
brother-in-law of Uov. Taylor, of this
Male, ia in the city.
Jxo. It Jaokii and wife, of New Or
leans, arrived last night Mr. Jagt-r's
stublo arrives this morning.
Viu H. 11. Cai.iiwei.i. and wifo, of Lula,
Miss., readied tho City last night The
Doctor's string of boraea will arrive this
VisiToiison 'Change yesterday: T.J.
Miller, Alabama; It T. I'ulkn, Yazoo
City, Miss.; .1 hllia, m;inia.; .
hnglchiird. Ixmtsvil.e, Ky.; I- M. lluni-r,
Concordia, Miss.; A. W. hproulo, New
York: John F. Kerr. Chicago: A. Craig,
Cincinnati, 0.; J. W. Moore, Middlcton,
Mita. IIattic Marshall, Miss Annie
Marshall and Mrs. 11. L, Buck, with her
charming litllo daughter Lillian, ol
hpmigtieid, Mo., aro in tbe city, visiting
the pitreula ol Mrs. iiucs, it. anu .iirs.
K It Arburklc, at No. '.'l'J Johnsou's
UNCLE BAM DID IT I
OSTBIS MOTHEB-8 WATCU.
Bsrft. Uackett Knows tbe Rounds and
Soon Keoovar It
Yesterdsy morning a boy named Ixuls
Itierwirth. living at No. ? tilth street.
buna his vest up at Fn.rt A Co. 's candy
alien, whoro bo works. lit bis pocket was
a sold watch, tho proiwrty of his mother,
Having occasion to see tho tliuo shortly
after A nl ha discovered Hint, whilo tho
chain was Intac t, tho watch was gone
Fuonlclon rested tin a negro named
Henry Calloway, alias Ta who had l-cn
seen about tho Place. I-x-tnptain rnr
grant H.ukett was called, and ho de
tailinl (lllieer Wynne to rtlect Calloway
rm.tiiro. Callow af was f.iiiud at Center
1 linniL'hl ill to polico head
.,,.ri..r I'm it. Ilitikott tnndo tho
r..nn,U of the nawn sh ps and fouu I the
watch wher it had been bsrterod by Cai
i...i..pirA Tim watch was renv
f n n t - ----
rrpd 'snd retnrnitl. Thin iiiskes the si con 1
m.l.l.nirli which Cai.t llackcjtt has ro
covered this week.
THIS DOKHN'T LOOK KIOOT.
How Mlrstaslppt and Arkansas Dispose
of Tbolr Poor Invalids.
Two-thirds of the patients at ths City
Hospital, on an averse, coino from Arkan
sas and Missis'lorn. This fact on Al'i'lAL
reporter learned yesterday from K-cietnry
Williamson, of tho Hoard of Health, llo
also learned soother l.i I that may interet
ilm ritiniis and taxnavrpt. vix.: Chronm
ulijerts for medics! treat llieiit and lneiutal
attention have been deliU-nitely sent hero
by the authorities as lar away as ic s
l.nnt M m . and Little llork. Ark. Sec
i.r. W'llllnmxirt is n( the opinion that
(nn.l'.linul.l lienrovlded to return all such
chsrpes with compliments of the 'lsxing
UR. AND alRS. HILL'S BK Bit AVEM INT.
Tbalr Bright Toung Dautbtrs Remains
Laid to Bost tn Klmwood Tsslsrday.
The (unrrsl of Miss Hobble a Hill, the
bright pretty young daughter of Mr. A.
It Hill, secretary of the Miool Board, oc
curred yesterday alternoon Imm the Sec
ond Preshvterian Church. Tho Board of
kducation attended In a body, and friends
nt the bereaved fauiily also attended in
On last 8unday wo advertiaod that But-
tcrick'a May fashions would be ready on
Monday morning. As a matter of (act.
tho patterns were in tho store, but the in
voice hftd not arrived, so they could not bo
chocked and consequently could not bo
shown on Monday.
LaJie. come today as early as yon can
and select your patterns; the y aro all ready
now. Fashion sheets and
That the Memphis spring meeting is
attracting more than unml attention on
tho part of tho sporting world is becoming
every day more apparent Tho following
tho Chicago iVruv is a snmplo of com-
ntary things that aro being trnid of
tho nioeting by well informed newspaper:
"Tho Memphis meeting, however, will bo
watched by thousands of persons hero
nbouts, as woll as those, living 'along up
the lino.' For at this point ns at Nash
ville, Louisville, Lexington nud Latonio,
tho horses aro really doing hut their pre
liminary work for tho aotu.il racing which
is found nt Washington Turk.
That there aro many stakes worth win
ning in the South is true, but let an
owner discover superior excellenco in
his horso and soo how quickly ho will bo
"hottlod up" for Chicago.
Iist year's meeting at Memphis was so
greatly successful that it is only fnirto pre
dict that sooner or later the Memphis asso
ciation will bo the most prominent of any
South of the Ohio Kivcr always excepting
Latoniu and quito tako tho placo of Louis
ville The support of the citizens ot Momphis
is no marked that last year tho betting was
heavier than anywhere elso in tho West,
and tho big book-makers did mora busi
ness on certain davs than did thev even nt
Washington l'ark, William Kiley and
ltocho et Co. handling $r.,(iOJsnd i:i,lHK.
There can bo no question that tho at
tendance at tho races was largely due to
the winning of "long shots" as in tho
coso of l'anauia, w ho beat Bankrnpt and
(ilenhall tho openinn day at 'JO to 1, nud
llcadlad, who beat Wary and Huntress at
75 to 1.
Tho same state of affairs is liablo to ex
ist any year, by reason of tho uncertainty
of early tpriug racing and tho varying
condition of a truck somewhat heavy at
Tho southern mcctini! nt Nashville and
Ixington uro severely handicapped as far
as visitors go by tho inferior hotel accom
modations, but regarding tho clforta of tho
members of tho Associations to make all
pleasurable for the strangers, too much
cannot bo said.
As nt tho last year meeting, thoro will
ho an extra day before tho regular meet
ing, so that racing will begin Ntturday of
tho present week. Monday tho principal
event will be tho Athletic Club stakes,
four furlongs, for two-yeor-old lllliea, nutl
of thogo engaged tho best are Fairy ljucen,
Millio Williams and Helter Skelter. These
misses have performed creditably during
tho last week. Indian Trim-ess aud Lulu
It arc said to havo moved iu 5o) seconds.
Tuesday's stake is for threo-vear-ohls at
one mile, and Castaway II. will tw fancied.
It is understood that the Chicago stable
will not race at Memphis, but l an King,
Viking and Chilhowiu aro entered in this
stake. F Corrigan is represented by
Sctator and Boodler brother to Miss
Ford a roll said to be threatened with n
rhnnco to beat every three, year old in the
Noah Armstrong will pin bis lioiies to
Kiraini, ami of the other entries Mamie
Fon so. Bob Forsvlhe and Sunflower are
Tho l'onlsxly Hotel Handlrnp- 1 miles
for year-olds and upward--h.w always
produced a good rsee. There aro thirty
seven entries, and Fpokano may hero
make his Imiw for tho year, and race with
such good onus ss Birthday, 1 t rsiinmons.
I'nite, Lucy Johnson, Strideaway and
Hypocrite. Fgmont is engaged, aud
should ho start tlie race is over.
On the fourth clay the liaston H -tel
stakes for 2 year-old colts will bring to the
post, for tho Orst time, a Iongfollow colt
of YA. Corrigan, named Uiloy, in honor of
Chirago'a crack writer on tho thorough
lhe other well known horses likely to
rsee are Tudor, Insoleneo, Kiidiirvr, ilen
hall, Bankrupt, yuotntion. Lollio Wall,
Keveena, ltii d (r, lwis ( lark, Irma II,
Irish Bat, White, Bounio King and Oleu
delia. 1 bo best race of tho meeting should 1
the Cotton Buyers' hsu"licp, (or three
vear obis, a niilo and a hall, to bo run on
ihe last day, as Castaway II., Allahreno,
SiHikane, Kcveona, lloodlor, Mamie
Fuiim), Blessing and Bootinakor are engaged.
and Mr. ood wns elected umuiimously,
Mr. John 1-ang iia uext chosen as sec
retary and treasurer.
Mr". Towner here iniule" a very tlowery
speech, in which ho fully set forth his
disabilities to serve ns president, and pro
posed that "Mr. Wood take tho otlico of
president, and he (Mr. Towner) would
willingly act in tho rapacity of vioo-presi-dont
and his Ciceronian uitc runres prov
ing too strong lor tlie meeting, his Views
were finally concurred in, Mr. James
Wood being declared president and Mr.
Strong ollorts will bu mado to obtain
more subscriptions to stock, nud Messrs,
Lang. Townor rim lirmkley will call on
subscribers today an, I make collections on
stock heretofore subscribed.
Messrs. Kozier nnd Wood promised to
take as much (if not more) interest in tho
new club as they did in the team of 'SH.
and thoir ellorls will be heartily seconded
by others who havo enlisted tu tho good
Tho now grounds are lieing rapidly put
In playinii order, and the rule to and (com
the nark will bo one ot tho most pleasant
features in connection with this season's
names, the iHnniny Lino Company prom
ising to carry patrons to tho baseball
grounds (roui Third and Monroe streets in
side of ten minutes. Tho triis will bo
freo from dust. Tho grand stand will bo
especially adapted to the convenience of
ladies, who will bo admitted freo to all
games, and it is to be hoped that ere tho
season is half over Southern ladies w ill bo
taking ns much intoie.st in tho gaiuo as do
their bisters throughout tho Noilh.
Tho meeting adjourned subject to tho
call ot the president.
' SMI tj
TONIC ANI KUTKIKNT,
ItfcouinipniliMl liy all Prominent Phy
olclitiu nines' h7 lur
M ltslNCl II (I Til Kits I.U.tO
TUOl lll.r.S, Tilt: WKAK AM)
Hkllll.lTA I t.D.
Brwrt of lm(tstloni."W
The iioniiitis Iiiin tin uliinnlnro ef "JO
Ut SUM" niul SuHirZ KUKK" uu Ike
neck l everv Uitlle.
!k!,'!!i'"'","ki Eisner & Mendelson Com'y
li nil I up in tail
ljU f bolUM )I.K AiiKSim ViMI THK W
hit. fi iwirrmy pirrri, nrw vtirH
1 III! II rJ I
Orgill Bros. & Co
GUNS, STOVES AND TINWARE.
We Cordially Invito Our Patrons nnd the Trade Generally to Call an I
Bxamlno Our Complete (Stock of
PLOW GEAR AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Of Evory Description, Which Wo Oflbr at LOWE3T MARKET Prloel
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE A SPECIALTY.
STOP. START AND FLYBACK
Th I'IbcIi ft lar Hnrtrkeit Owl
Tlie Uet amotour uiuo iu Momphis
tackled tho Memphis U'agiio moo yester
day, and (or three or four innings put up
a beautiful gaiuo. Smith, the ametour
pitcher, hits a puxzling delivery, and for
whilo kept the profesh's guessing. Tho
following were I no contesting nines:
GOLD Hunting and Open Face
SILVER Huntingand Open Face
i u, her
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'I Innl Me
111 lli-lil ....
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C oil li
: C. L. BYRD & CO.
MAIN AND MADISON STREETS
MRS. K. A. SLOAN
Tho Memphis nine wore their new suits
which aro handsomer than nnv they have
ever worn: Blue shirts nnd knicker
bookers, whito stia-king nud lilno ciiis
with a white liorder. Tho boys look lito
winners with those suits on.
McAuliir, tho new pitcher, is a good
ono, and w ill keep the Is-st o( them gtti ss
Ing. He impressed the crowd very favor
ahlv. Tlie score was to 0. It is uccd
hits to add in w hose favor.
Tho Memphis Beds, reinforced by a
couple of professionals from St. Imis, w ill
tackle the league hoys this afternoon. The
batters will Ui Mct'siiley and Sullivan for
tho Itcds, and ins ino an, I Kii,lln lor
the Blues, timne called at U..W o'clock
All Anmrlra 10, Itlraa 8.
e I'lTTMii Kii. !'., April 111. lhnsj ll.oti
thousand sople attended tlie ball game
ORGILL BROS. & CO, 310-312 FAONT ST.. MEMPHIS. TENN
DESJARDINS, MILLER &
S94 & 393 MAIN STREET. - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Chloflaln Hay Rake, Dannor Planter. O.tmpboll Corn Drill,
Door and Window Screens, Galvanized Toultry Netting
Lawn Mowers, loo Cream Froezors, Handled and Eye Hoos.
between the Chiciigo nnd All America r 1 V VfV r ' J J !
teams. Tho All Anieric.is otitbatled and 'i tVV?. '
outliclded the Chicagos aud won with X-v (Lt V-- 'if'-lJ
All Am.rli.... I 0 0 I I 0 I 1 0-10 t-VJV ? 'IVi''iAivK'T'
tiii.u o o o o o a o o- a KtA tVi4 V J Wf'-: .
Fjrncd ruiw-Chicago, 1; America 4. fV '.VV ;.V WW A')'
Base hits-All, America, 11; Chicago 7. fL - A.1'.V ? : - rf" . VU
Frrors All Atuenca, 1; Chicago, 6. Two z$.:.XV: 1 V t V-'.is
base hiU-C.rr.il a,. Wood.
SrRlMoriai.D, Iu., April la. Memorial iJ.9lr''7$'Jr -.' f5-1'
services were held here yesterday com- ' jsi.? i iJwV'
memorating the twenty-fourth anniversary $ fP'fr
of Lincoln's douth. Hags were at half- NuK?
re i i v
('logwee Ultra Aval
TUB J. a MENKEN COMPANY.
The tlatlvafcvra' HaeM.
The following returns of results of the
races at Uultenbcrg wore received yester
day at Towers 4 Co. 'a Turf F.xchaugo.
First lUcc Thirtoon-aixteentlui .o( a
mile. Iirmon Blossom won, Howo second,
Vevay third. Time L'-'tV.
Second Bare Tbree-lourthi of a mile.
Clatter won, Faster second, Lemon third.
Third KaeoTliree fourths o( a uule.
Martfrcpor won, I Jectricity second, Suluda
Uiird. Time 1:111.
EA8TCHM 8UHURU LOT3.
I. piss' cape collars a specialty at Mem-
iihis Steam Uuudry, L'lU rsc
inuich ofllce SI Madison street
Board of Education Will
I'roposttlons on Tnom.
Tlio Board of Educntion Is prepared to
receive propositions on building lota in tho
eastern portion of the city, w here it is de
signed to eiect nnotlmr modern school
building out ol the suiooi bonus aiiinor
lied by tho late lamented Ucncr.il Assem
bly et the Mato.
MONkY WILL BPENT.
Appsarance of tbe Utrsete Htnce tne
Cleaning Basinets wm ncyun.
It requires great deal of hauling by the
city carts to keep up w lib. the street clean
ers sud sweepers under Cupt F. K. I'cf-
fry, but tho Improvement In the apear
ance of Uie stn'ets since the woik was bo
sun ran hardly I estimated, literals
but one painful revelation by tho cleauing,
sud that Is the holes in tho psvenicnt
brought out in all their unsighllincM.
Iritir. N. Y.. April lO.-Kllswoilh
Whito shot and fatally wounded Mrs. J.
Kellocff last night at Lock w ood, a small
place near this city. Mrs. Kellogg hsd
been visiting bite niollicr, wtio is sick,
and ss she rsmo nut of the house Whilo
followed her snd shot her three times In
tbo back. No cause is assigned, but It Is
thoouht Whito ia insane. He was dis
charged (rora Auburn prison three months
ago, where he served a tern for horse
stealing. Aitor uie suooitug lasi nigm ne
was espturetl by ollicsra, who placed bim
I in jail at Oswrse. Mrs. Kollogg ia forty
yean eia anu i una twenty.
Fourth Baco One-elvlith of
Osliorue won, Ht Luke second,
Fifth Bare One mile, (llcndale won.
Ovid.socond, Cant Tell third. Time 1:47.
tsixtli Bace (seven-eighths of a mile.
Tat Hivvor won, Count Luna secoad,
Blackthorn third. Timo-bmL
The following cuUiea (or tlio Clifton
races were posted last night at Towers 4
Co.'a Turl Laehonge,
flr-t r-l Billi-films- r'tl R y. Mmmt,
ttV Krlnr. Il Wnl, .1'.; Krlsn.tn, 110. I'lrat.
piv, t.mnrls M, lu,, llrliiml. IWj. IsiiallMtrr. luf.
vtiti.l..ri. lie: llMi'lli r. I ".
x-i.iid rws.-ll-.is M-llli r r.nnhol. 11; mn
Norn., I ."; Ihtliwiian, lu, Lllll llanluul, li:;
MM. 117: Anwri... M.
i I li..,. -Win. u4 llir-x ilis-nth.: M-lllnt.
Ml- liM.trmif ll Mrh lt.-.l..n II'.. I lutilurl ll.'i,
Mlv.f Slur II .. .H Uir lu kins Arthur 110, Ulx
li.t till. nliillllilli' I
Kinirih lli r-'ii mllr: hsiilhsip. Jnrir I'.'l,
(V.r.,'UK 114, llpil'C'-'"" lli. 1 lif IV"ill""l HI,
Mniilr l.fui mi. t.t In;, Kir Mr is I II
tlr Kll,, II UU. Utioulvr I'H, Hr.t Allrui l iiXl,
Aura I'M, ItefurM I".
Kilih llxsi-Milssmlnns.lilrMillr sHUnf lllll
rw.n l l: I'll"! Il lirw Itan 11V lluiutll r III,
lU'tull o.iliii HI, l-int l cii4 ML
mast on many bm Mini ami lells
tolled. Tbe Unrsiln Memorial laiiiio
held senrirxs st the natioual uionumeut
Tho tloral ollerinirs wsrs profu, and In
cluded a handsome pillow fnmi Mr, liar
rison and a wreath from the Mount Ver
non AswK-iution. letters and telegrams
were resd (rom Tresident llurrison, ei
1'resiiUnt Hayes, Itolwrt Ijois.ln, (ion.
I.ow Wallactt, tlen. Hbernian, IJeorgx Win.
Curtis, tlen. Umgstrcet iStnstor ('tillom.
judge liresham, James u. maine ana
Th Mark ra a Oak
Aori ts, Mo., April KV. A crowd aur
rounded the house of K. Burnett, a farmer
living Ave miles west of here, last night
for tho puros of riving hi n a third sue-
rnnive charivari, ho having been mar
ried on Saturday. Alter tlie intruders
hsd disregarded repealed warnings to
leave the premises thry were llred nrton
by the occupants of the house, Jens
ciirislohsr wss fatally shot and tlte
Techlea and F-l Bnss. ll received severe
wounds, but will probably recover. Frank
Wricht father-in-lsw of Burnett and his
son John bsve licen srrcsted.
Staaiars Smlaral Uat,
Sr-s-UI t'l'iaUb to lliv Al-i-sil.
BikMisoHAM, Ala., April 10. Immenat
excitement was created hero tislay by tho
announcement that natural gas bad Iss-n
struck near tho rolling-mill. It was stated
Ihst the And hsd Iss-n accidentnl, and
that the tllscovorers were keeping tho
matter ouiet for a pitrp'Ke. 1 he null an
tborillcs deny tho truth of the rumor, but
mnnv are Inclined to Im in vo in iu ijmm
a n timber of pontons have taken their
proierty oil the market, it is sscrtcd, so
strung is their belief in thu slleged liud,
rballaaaaaa's I'nhllr llMallal.
Ciuttaxoooi, Tenn., April lfl.-Tho
City Council tonight snpiilemenled tho
Baron Lr amrer a snd the iJucen -
rent route mil of I'.i.ooo ( r a public Iksi
mtal at Chattanooira bv an appropriation
of IO,tMK) for tint s.iiun purjuss". T ho
sitn is valued at M0.ll. and had been
nievioiislv donated bv tliooity snd county
It is thoimht the cotiulv will also make an
appropriation of fl.'i,o"0 more
Mllllncrr. Ir Sinking. lr. Trlinminc
iimsi ii a i it ami rAcr itMns
Ma. SS Mtn St., Mrmplil., Tann.
A Rearaaalsslloa I.MhfIhI Ul Mlahl
Hare asa MaalMl.
A meeting of the Memphis Baseball
Club wss held at I.uchrmann's Hotel last
night (or the purpose ol devising ways
ami mesns to raise funds to send the new
team on Its initial trip to t. uaiuniooya,
Charleston and Atlauta. Out o( tho
' miO aulisorilK'.l,lhrre yet remains I,(hi
uncollccted.snd delinquents are rc'inestoil
to come lorwaid and pay up. The rlnb'e
financial condition w act forth at length
by Mr. Julo Boricr, whostaieu na wiui
any kind of encouragement from the Mem
phis public, tho club was certain to go
aafsly through the season of
Mr. M inter Tsrker was chosen tempo
rary chairman, and after soma prcliiuinary
talk the election of president wss called
(or Mr. B. .tier was put in nomination,
but declined snd nominated Mr. John
Ovcrtan. Jr., who was uiiaii.uioiisly elec
ted, but the latter also declinod by tele
jihJus. Mr. H. S. Townor was thou put
aaalar lisataa In l.llll Hark.
Sim I J libiMti h hi Tlia An- l.
Lim a Bot . Ark.. Aptil Uk-l'iilied
FLnti Senator J. HL Ki una. til West Vir
ginin, aocompsnled bv t'ol. iirge Chil
Inn an. I Mr. 1. W. likshatil. .ns
through the city loiliiv i n Mule to Hot
Hprintrs. The party siop-I in the city
lur breakfast ami 10 view the oil v.
i .1 I V V . . it.. ....1.1... I 10. iMin hi.. Nit
S.-.nel 'atns-L II.SIIji tJ' i. " Jar, II
ihkuiIi. ami h itatai .
Funrml will taku nla. Ihla WIPNKMAY)
morulna at 10 u'rui k lii.nt I uu.lstlauJ 1'rv.lJ
krlaa Chiiirb on Court am -1.
III.Kt ll-AI l,la lain rr.l.l. Ml lh I'nla's'
Ml. liM-lny. April Ik. l-. it I1"'' P ,u
Lii'SSa. atisl a. )nn.
rurn-rai tlilt tW.IXI-l'Vp all.iu.a
1.1,1 huiTii i.i .i (.ill ,-ta! Inn. Til"a'
Jar. April is. ism, at H o ci - . ' ' l"
Ol llliail. KlIWlKU Utlt.laiM.lH.
Iliua itiillr ot funantl alii i1"" I
I.OIHlK KOI I' I s-
IKYPT OK IfltlKA n" Mil. S".,T
k. AS. M.-A .i.i.l ' ' "Vl'XX
i ii ni .... ,u . n .1.- i'
Kllat. April 17, Isai, at a ml. -a. M ll-Pt-kl
l.u.inr. .y.ularria. ,l,..r.-. ' M''OiS tuai-
Kliil.ili flakllMlll aD'l I fir I '.. ij 'J"' ,
llvfirdft U M tilt lOkS, T. I. M.
AUoti IX C Tsaiils, stiii'")-
(Double and S ngleX
All Btylon. All Kinds
CAHlflAtJKH ANT) 1IAUNKHS.
fi r thfl Nswe it Styles, for I.ar,;e Asi.urliiicnt for the Viry llrst Quality, for All Style, (rots
a IUii;,:y to I.uikIsu. for 1- inu llamc, r-iiili- or l out) e, for the Must It. a-onib.u I'ru-it,
Go to W. S. Bruco & Co., Monroe Street
toss nai w.
w. t-. am.t.as
UO HHtriCTCJUM CI
40 Union Street. UecphU, Teaa
i v .r
jrii. ! fc tmtsiirV A pUk'
Lemmon & Gale Company,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GEHTLEIilEH'S FIJRHISHIE GOODS,
Mot. 320 and 323 Main Strft, Mamphla, Tena
m,j. i vvwoa.
W t. miixas.
W It MiH.r.
H. L Mc anKiHABL
R. O. RtTKIfOHAJaV
W. U. JOVMf.lt,
FRANK W TAYLOR & CO.
(LA IK, OF T. W. COVLIt k CO.)
Wholesale Provision Dealers
Ofllce and Warohouae, 10) tt 107 Tennesnoe St.
WsW to snnonnee to our (rlsnJ IUt hsrlng Just nmip',
mi diOtis WsrrhoPS ail Ibe llusi of (lis Kun si ( ly. rprlri'lrl I
Slwtppl VUlU-y KiUronK sud liaymg illrsel ronnw ,.n also
k-rlns In th cilv, lluicli overojiulns tb b-avy rtnss of dr
Isrlllitet art ns'irp.i'f fur ti e nt (.1 tb.atnli ot hulin
NEMt lllrl, TESM., Mar.h l 1"S3.
Ids e-y Uriff an I cxirn-
it Mrni.ilils mi, I Ids W.S-
fli stl other rslln s la een-
rajrt; on rsr load lota 0'
n... ...i.n..u .I.I.K la l.ul t nf .l.,nf. unit lir.ck. la n .-rfe t in eyrrv ils'nIL I srlns all
nicxlrm rt.Pr.nints. sa l Is, perhaps, lbs brsl cn-lrucud balldiiig In ihs .South lor Ui
bnnrtllotif I'myH, us.
1 ha f..ol thai Mean snJ Lsrd .IwuH be at-rs-l only tn cool eslla-a UiiiiiiR the summer
mon' lis, in tlie ronitrui t a of eur l.nllil.nj w liv a; i van llili i.c Isl t nt on.
Thausl' our trlenda (or a very litx-rsl ptlrom j i In lh patl, and earnestly soil, It ng
a rsntinuama ol lbs Mm, ws asaura tlit m that all orders ami lniUiils aid rvctivs
prompt ...ratio. V.r, wUnlly. lrVNK w TAYLOIl .V CO.
U fj ',V r also pfrporf I to fll onhis tor riu Irs not in our line at ry loweit
gLXDOl SR0H, of CVmie. Visa
r. m. woarLiax
roa I aii y ah osuooisti.
DR. J. H. eCltLNCK 1 SON. PlliLADLCNi:, PA.
9 ttmft Pm r.
Itoat a ro f 4
aa frsja, m iMlaH ml
li in n a i fl i hJt
. atl nMIM USLHB I'll
4C 3;ia ftft-J, tUllbW liMT.
V ' Half Iftlft VMM CU. I
SLEDGE fi HORFLEET,
jroet tsa aid ub toqvi BTitEin; mkmhua r&stk
MPAR VALUE CIGARS
Tint nRsT OM TUB QLOU1B FOIl 0 OiNTS.
L. MOSBLBY &o CO. SOLE
333 Main StrooU - - - - MemphW. Tonn.
g. k, Ktrrts.
B. B. RTIiTR.
w. a Mil
Z. N. & CO.
(oCOCKtfWIW TU talta, IXJAM tU)
Wholcsalo Grocci-s and Cotton Factors
Mai. II 1-2 and 13 Union Stroot Memphis. Tana
THE JET PALACE
WITH THE LATEST INNOVATION.
GOLD WATCHES GIVEN AWAY I
EVERY SATURDAY I WIIiTdlVE AWAY A LADY'S SOLID GOLD STEM-WINDING WATCH.
Every Purchaser of Even ONE DOLLAR'S Worth of Goods Entithd to a Chance,
liy cooda are first class In every respect and I cuwanteo every piece that leaves my cstab
3 fa llshment Yet they will bo sold at the very lowest prices.
No. 301 Main Strcot, : : : Mompliis, Tenn.
tVsTOrdata kl moil J -na Uatlon aa In pstajn-JM