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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: TTIUHS DAY. APRIL 18, 1889.
THE SPORTING WORLD.
LAST DA? OF TBS MEMPHIS LEAGUE
CLUB AT HOME,
The) St. Louis Browns Win the First
Game Louisville ss Usual Loses No
Attempt at Fast Work at Montgomery
Park Yesterday Turf Tips.
The track at Montgomory Turk was too
heavy yesterday for fast work, and trainers
contontod themselves with a mile in a trill j
less than two minutes, and so on. Mo
Gulgan had out Indian Princess and Lula
IS, and scut thorn a hall mile in fifty-throo
seconds. Mr, Rodogap trieil pokftno a
milo and an eighth in 2:00. Tho New Or
leans contingent wero all out, but mado
no special attempt at speed. Today, un
less rain intervenes, hot and fust work
may be lookod for.
ItrrlnrMlon From Mlalara.
TllO fnllnwinor flnrlnrntinna hiivA Knnn
mado out of the sink of tlin Wnahin
Tark Club, due April 1, 1889:
American Derby Examiner, Gunshot,
(tioniln, Corinth, Philosophy, westlnnd,
Kilgarif, Sinllro, Froliinoiuo, Gladys, I
Diijiliinita, Geollrey and Uliulotto 13. I
bheridan Slakes lllue Itock, The Fo-!
rum, CJuiiHliot, Philosophy, Liberty, Kil
guriir, Kintlro, Frolicsome. Gladys and
l.nglowooil Stakes Century, Aimers
Glenda, K-ythia, 8oniis, Corinth, Veda.
Sinflre, Frolicsome, Gladys, Daphinita and
llydo Park Slakes Monaco, Poison,
Achilles, Willoughby, Pavono, Kill" Kiir
and Tacoina 7.
Kenwood Stakes Poison and Take
(fiilnrn tina lirmn ,tmluiiw1 am. rt IIia
burban llandiran. to lio run nt Sln'i'im-
head Hay, and Uhouoout of tho Volunteer
Clifton Kara Ycslrrilny.
Tho following results of tho Clifton races
were pontoil yesterday la Powers & Co.'i
First llaco Pelmont flrst, Refund sec
ond, Willi lurf third.
Second liaco Dalesman first, America
second, Mint third.
Third Unco King Arthur flrst, Colum
bino second, Lo t'lairo third.
Fourth Ituco The lkmdoir flrt, Bordo
luiso second, llronzcnmsrto third.
. Fifth Kaco Chancullor (kit. Hull Bond
Bccoml, Kcvolt Gelding third.
Tub West Side Park nt Chicn will
oflor S-'o.OOO in puntes during the tiist two
weuksvf tho luotluig bcginuing May 13.
F.D Corrkian is working up a boom for
his Chicugo track, ami is inducing
owners to jump Uiuisvillo atid Latonia
Slid go ilirytt to Chieno.
Tub following boolonnk'-rs nro among
tho latent arrivals: Nun Alluwuy, Cincin
nati; Sam Kilos, t'hien-.'"; Fred Walker,
(.'hirniro; Humpy Woif. Kansas City; Win.
liolamlcr, Ciiieiunati; Leo Meyers, Atlanta,
tin.; James Christy, t-l. Ixiuis.
Tiik lirst ilnaui of tho season ln's, been
reported, lie dreamt ho w.is ut Mioops
hend Pay, Pinmling on tho step leading
from tho nl nil I to the lmr room. It wiis
ulinrbnn day, and a great crowd prevent
ed our ilreamer from weing tho horsv
llninli. lie looked up nt the jtil-'V stand
and saw (he figure "3" exhibited. Just
us he hud cinmilli'd his piogram to ilis
cover tho winner a re:it cry of JiiujIciilO
went up. -SjjiMi 7 II oil.L
I'.i.low U K'Voii llu list of winning own
ers during tin spring meeting, kiiys Mon
day's New Onuiins I i7vinr. Castaway
II., of the Peverwyck .stable, was tho
largest stako winner, capturing both tho
4hruc year-old stakes. Of tuo nutsido
horses, Muart made j ) for (iaiues ex Co.,
winning Uireo run; IVvcr vek M.iblo,
Sl,4i.3; T. M. Perry, fiiil.".; I. M. Sptiliard,
?iniO; W. O. r-'euHv.jV); Cnmberlind Sin
blo.Soto; iniiics.U'o.,';ir'; l(.Tiircr,$ l-V);
A. G. Atkinson, i.'oll; '. (.', lVl'.eM'ill,
$.'(; K. UhU, S'.MO; T. I. Dillard, f-'isr;
I,.Ixng, .M(; I. Fzell. fx, M. A. Will
den, Slid; T. J. Ki hcreik, flV); M. T.
anaher, f l.'iO; J. I. Fisher, ib; J. F.
iHinovnn. $l(: F. Uobinson, $UK . W.
Poole, S.M); J. W. (imst, J.V1; J. M. Hrown,
K. Harper, $.W, C. F. AruiMruii-;, 5"0;
I'. Wiinmer, V0; llawkevo stililo, i-iO; K,
Trotter, i-Mf, C. I- Howard, f JO.
Tns victory of Castaway II in tho Pick
wick stakes at New Orleans has started an
activd tlisciisniou of that horse's chances
in the keutuiky Oerby. It was in tho
JVkwick slakes seven years sg, that
A h1Io lirst gsve evidence of his rrowess.
It was also ul Now Oi leans 111 t M.iclwlh
II, tho winner of last year's lorby, limt
tegnn to 0H'n the eyes o tho turl wurht.
Johnny Cainiiliell linn lied tho latter at
that tune, and as ho has Castaway 11 this
year, and is starting him on in pretty
much tho same iiinuiier, there aru tlioo
who xect to se turf hintory recat
itself. Hut tho l'ii k irk Hake was a
shorter raee this year than ever before,
nnd, whilu lliern is no ilitcoiiiiHiig t'ssta
wuy's time, l:3o, still there isa lug differ
ence between a Si-veii furlong il.ili and a
raco ol a milo nii-1 a Hall Ilia IH-riiy
route. Tho one is merely a sprint, the
other is a mero tent o( bli shhm1 and
sun iinr tuiwer. CitKtawav II. miv w in tho
ni'Xt IN-rliy, lul It will uoi I mi iiecauw! oi
mis iMTioriiiaiieu in the Pickvkltk Makes
Inst .Momlny. .Veiiyc.
!.. I . t . f I ..f
& ill. ltuinvioii iiiiiiMrvimni'ii ui .ii'iii
lOsavs: If nnvthiiiif weru nitile.l to stir
tiphUile sod sH'iiinai pri le, 1.1 t'ornuan's
action has dmin it. Thu rueeiit tele
grain from Nanhvilh1, that Corrigmi
would run a (roe train for horses mid
liorm'iueu desiiiug to give l-uisville the
go bv. from Nashville t t'hicign, has had
mi eirect far ilill'eiellt from w li.it til" IHO-
T"Clors nnliciiniteil. Tho nl iunco of tho
iUMikmnke's' Arsorialion with 'A Corri-
una 1 1 us only had the vllecl of rendering
Loth, if tMia-iiiilc. inure unpopular. 'I hn
selimi of tho New Orleans Jockey Cliib
ami the National Jot key Club of Wash
burton, followed by Kiiltimnro. l.rxilitfton.
1-ouinwllo and M. Liuis, will demonslrato
to those gentlemen Vi-ry clearly that while
tho Iri'.rks call and will exist wuhoiu them,
tlivy cannot exist without tho tnii'ks. The
nltote iiunied no-K'iulioos either have or
will sdvrrtiso nil tho privilors to indi
viduals and will not allow tliemstdve. to
tm dictated to by any such combination.
It miu'ht Imi well for tho Hook makers' As
sorlationto hceu the club's warning before
Ir has iitst leaked out that Proctor
Knoll is not taking all his work by diy
buht. A well kuottu trainer here, whoso
veracity has never Urn nneiinu I, swnt
tho greater part ol one oi mo mgiits ami I
portion of the curly morning In the city,
and us a ronscipienco did not arrive t the
track unlit about 2:30 a.m. As ho drove
toMsrd his stahle ho ssys he was aaton
ishished lo hear several horses he could
not see thciu ihiindering down the
SHIRTS lLJJDin TO OBDEB,
stretch at a Wiling pace. lie ts not a men
who is in tho Imbit of lotting any thing good
got away from him, so ho naturally rolgned
up nnd began to tako observations. But
the flyers wero pulled up at the next fur
long, the blankets put on them, and taken
immediately to Hryant's stnble. One of
them had Proctor Knott's white nose and .
legs, and tho other there were but two of ,
them was tho Futurity winnor'sinscpara-1
bla companion, Come 'to Taw. What tho
time was, or tho distanco covered, nobody
knows except Hryant, and he failed to .
mention it to tho silent witness. This I
secret plan of work is quito characteristic
of Bryant. Ho hates a tout worsu than ho
does a rnttloRnnkn nn.l Ijj rrmulnntlv mi thn
alert to outwit him. From tho above it
would seem that ho is working Knott in
earnest only in tho small hours of tho
moruinir. sml (1ml tlin Intfnr'a ilnv work
his milo in 1:40, for instance is nothing,
but nn "exorciso gallop" to throw tho louts
oir- the scent 8ineo the abovo discovery,
however, thero havo been nightly vigils
kept at Churchill Dowiih, beginning nt
midnight and ending with daylight, and '
mo uoxi time Hryant nod 1 roctor Hnou
do any of their will-o'-the-wisp business
there will bo more than one watch in tho
recording business. IjmitvUU ComioaJ
LAMT UANF. lOn.tY.
The Reilannd linwnora Will Mingle anil
I'lnjr lor lllouil.
Tlio Ixairuo nino toyed with tho Merrl
phis Reds yesterday and beat thorn 23 to
0. In order to even up matters tho two
nines will bo divided up and mingled, and
a good gamo ought to result. As this is
the last game to bo played by the homo
nino before their departure for Chatta
nooga, where thoy play April 20, a good
attendance is desirable. The opposing
nines arc well matched and a good gaino
seems mora than probable. Thu follow
ing is a correct lUt of tho respective play
I'll- her ileAuh i!V
( UU-'ller. 4rillT
,...Hrl linv liniullrh
..N'onnl Im-u I "tiss in
... I hint buu. u li.inr-e
....a-H lie!. . ...Mellrl lu
..tiler H-nl. iHiiviu
...Kiiiht Hull ..' miIIIvhii
It's a tosH-up which side will win. Game
will bo called nt Citizens' Park at 3 o'clock
p.m., and in view of tho assured closeness
of tho gamo a big crowd will probably be
Xrw Orlruns Knocks Out IIIrmliithaiH.
f jktIiiI l4mlrb til 1 he Apin'iL '
IliKMiNdiuM, Ala., April 17. An exhi
bition game of ball was played this after
noon iu the local diamond between tho
New Orleans and the Hirminghain Clubs
and resulted in a victory for tho visitors by
score of 7 to 1. Petty ami Spies wero
tho battery for New Orleans, and Tierce
and Green for Hirminuliain. The unme
was ouito a spirited one. but tuo loud
club played in great disadvautagti on ac
count of their Ucver having played to
gether before, the Ixiys not having arrived
until last nielli. 1 lio clubs regular bat
teries havo not arrived, Truly, their beat
catcher, and Williams, their bust pitcher.
being now on tho road, llicre wero l,VA)
pcoplo on tho grounds, and most of them
were sa:illcl with thu homo club, llio
mombcrs are all gcntlomuuly lookimt lei
ow( and promise to pl.iy s.ron; ball.
There was no record of today's gamo kept.
Nl. Loula Si lurlanatl I.
Pr. Lot is, Mo., April 17. Tho cham
pionship sc.isnn of tho Auieriivin A-W's-ia-tion
was opened hero today iu the presence
of over 10,(SK) pcoplo. The g.iino w.is
evenly coute.ted up to tho sixth inning,
when tho f-t. Iiuis Hrowns clinched the
victory, scoring four runs iu as ninny in
niugs, a ilonblu and an error. The chief
lenturcs of the crime wero the fielding of
Henrd and Mel'ln-o, nnd tho battery work
of King and Hoyle. bcore:
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bL Loin. .. J) 01U040U0 t
1-jirned Ht, luis 4. Two bao hits-
Carpenter, Hoyle. Houhlu plavs .Mo-
I nee, llovii. I ml I sue on balls Mcl'hee,
ltobinsoii', Hoyle, Kinir 2. Hit bv pitched
balls Iteilly, Hnlleo. htolen base Mc-
1 'lien, JeU'iiu, .Mclartv, Iiuirep, Ik.yle,
King. Mrutk out iteilly, Tcbcnu, 2:
Haldwin. 3; Comixky, King, 2. Passed
ball Haldwin. Hoyle. Wild pitches
.Mulluno, 2. Tune. One hour and loity
minutes. L'mpiro li.iirney.
Kansas 4 llr 7. I.nllll. 4.
Lot hmi.ls, Ky., Apiil 17. Tho own
ing gamo of thn American Association
here was between Louisville and Kanas
City. The visitors won on SworU.d's
pitching and weak fielding by tho homo
tenm. Fwing pitched well, but let in a
run on a wild piich and errors by Tourney
and shannon also s ld d to Kjnus Guy's
runs. It was tho sevenlh inning beloro
tho homo team got on to Sin ar. id's do
livery, and then they pounded out four
runs rapidly. Attendance, 2,AH, weather
loii-vir.c ......o ooooeioe4
Ksuwa I Uy J I 0 J 1 U U-7
( lilrxgaT. All Amrrirs.
Ci.i:vi:i.ami, t., April 17. About 4,000
iNjopte witnesHed tho IMiiiO U-tWeen the
Chicago nd A'.l America rtults toihiy.
The weather was splendid. Tho game aiis
without sjM'ciai fealures. SVore:
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All Aiuin.m..... 2 V I U 0 0 l-l
I Inert lar OrlMklna.
P.ai,timo:ik, Mtl., April 17. M.inigr
HiickenlxTg, of the t'otumbus Hiielull
Club, this m iming lined Pitcher Widner,
Catcher Hligh and Fielder H.dy v.u U $10)
for an Infraction of tho rules being out
nil night drinking. Tho club arrived hero
Tuesday evening and tho three player
above mentioned slaruM out to r;o tho
town nnd laded to report until morning.
The game today was postMiued by reason
ol rain, and will lw played on Friday,
coiiiinrni inn at 1 1 1. m., alior which tiio
n'unliirly scheduled g.inio for lliut day will
be hi)ed, tnuking two game, for that day.
Wis Mlgna IIM Wsahlsilas.
WAsinxofK, April 17. Kamuel Wlso,
of tho Hoston IUsi bnll Club, signed with
Ik. ftallftan.HI rain riahL
Nsw Yoiik, April 17. Uichard K. Fox
was seen this aflernixm In regurd to the
disjuitch from han Francisco stating that
tiulliyanand Kilrain hod been offered a
pnrso of (10,000 by the Kiuthorn At liU'tlo
Club to fight In Is Angeles. Mr. Fox
said he had received such a dispatch, but
that the prnMisillon could Dot bo enter
tained. Mr. Fox added that the matter of
the fight between Kilrain and Sullivan
was now nut of the hand of the principal
and in the control of the stakeholder, Jc
Albert II. ('ride, who was bourn r
by the stipulations alroitdy agreed
Uon. No rhango could bo made
In theso, In tho opinion, of Mr. Fox. with
out a mutual agreement betw'een Rli par
ties coucorncd, Including the bflckers.
Mr. Fox showed to the reporter a copy of
a letter from Kilrain, who is now in Eng
land, received ou tho morning when tho
final stakeholder was appointed. Among
other things tho letter contuinod tho fol
lowing: "If you cannot como to any terms with
John L. just say that if Sullivan is the
great fighter they say ho is I will fight
him for nothing."
Mr. Arthur Lumlev, tho great pugilist
Pullivan's editorial assistant, snid that ho
had never heard of the Southern Cali
fornia Athletic Club.
voias of tub I'Eopls.
Complnlnt Against Nniulny Exrnralon
To tho Editor ul Thu Appeal:
It is with moro than nn ordinary feeling,
and w ith a prayer upon my hps nnd from
my heart, I writo you today upon a mat
ter that now has tho serious attention of
every lover of God and His law. I refer
to the desecration of tho holy Sabbath
with excursion trains. Yesterday was tho
beginning of tho season on tho Memphis
& Charleston Koud a duplicato of tho
Jackson excursion, and only tho flrst of a
series of excursions for tho summer. Can
It lw possible vonr fair cit-v is to bo a
chronic cathuuclc, to bo punctured every
Sabbath morning with a cheup excursion
rate to act as a plaster to draw from it that
which is a stench in the nostrils of all de
cent, God loving pcople.collecting at every
station a fresh supply of victims, who, for
tho sake of a cheap ride, aro w illing to
undergo insult and violate tho sanctity of
God's holy day? Take our station, for
example. They becin to collect at day
light lor thu train duo nt 12 or 1 o'clock,
thus waiting irum tivo to seven hours, ho
that by tho time tho train comes tiie
crowd IB pretty mellow, nnd tho commu
nity humiliated hoyoud expression. A
gentleman, whoso duty mado it necessary
for him to be present at the passing of tins
train, told your correspondent that he was
actually afraid of losing his life; another
with shame acknowledged to mo that
ho was on tho train and saw
in one car men piled on top of each other
luiiunn w nn kiiimi rum pistol, nnii mm
they fought all the way from Florenco
here, and that tho train had to bo sloped
several times to quell tho riot, and that he
saw one iiinn jump from tho tiaiu bloody
with knilu in hand and take to the woods.
A female (of color) stated alter she got
back that sho believed every woman ami
man was drunk. This was of course put
ting it rather strong. 1 havo no deubt
that thero wero good, well meaning ho
ple on tho train who, it is lo bo IidhmI,
w ill hike warning for the futurj. Now lor
the remedy. U't every town on ench road
leading out of Memphis, througli their
bct-t cili. m'is, petition tho ollieers of tho
roa U to put a stop to it; and as. excursions
aro in order when procr!y conducted, let
thcin t ike one of tho six days tind has
given them nnd not steal 1 lis'dny for it
Then) Mould then ho less disorder, the bet
ter class of people would predominate and
toughs would bo ruled out. This protest
nnd ni'cal,i written by ropiest and with
the advice of our best citizens, and we aro
loth to believo tho ollieers of thoro.i Is do
siro these Sunday trains.
Man v Cin.i.Ns.
Iuln, Miss., April !.".
STABBED TO DEATH.
A MlssUslppI Planter Blay. an Obitrep
rou Colored Eraployo.
From a gentleman fresli from tho scene,
an Ari'KAL rcK;rter ya-tord.ty learned the
bare fads of a killing that occurred near
O. K. landing, Tunica County, Miss.,
Ju iu Owon, a planter.livlng nenrO. K.,
had a misunderstanding with a negro f.irm
hand, Harry Smith, which waxed warm
s it priW.'ri-hsed, until Oiven lost siiht uf
tlm sub'iiiuo virtue said to dwell in
Imlience. llecniirxu was therefoiii hnd to
lis pocket knife, tho bl.ido of which was
plunged to its full length into Ninth's
UhIv, making a fatal wound. Owen imvo
tho ollieers no w 111 chnso or other trouble,
but quietly gave himself up, w iis taken lio
fore Juslico Jainis Irwin and admitted to
bail ill thu sum of
Manilnal l.r Ten.
XrnitA'Kt Citv, Xeb., April 17. Tho
Great American Tea Compiuiy is in the
hnnds ot tho HicrifT, and the manager has
disappesn'd. Investigation shows that tho
entire sloek consis's of nothing but saw
dust. The liabilities aro unknown.
LATEB THAN TUB LATE8T.
Schadul. Via Loulavtiia H iNubvill. and
Pennsylvania KoaUs to Maw Yurk.
Morning Train lA-nve. Memphis at
Kr.;W) a.m., arrives in New York second
' diiv nt 1 a.m.
j Night Train lsvra Memphis at t."i)
' p.m., arrives in New York ai-eond day at
I 4 n. m., one hour nrd lifly minutes quicker
1 than any other line.
Sleeping car connections made thri'igh
, on morning train. .Night trim rnrne
Pnllinan Yeslibiihi s!ei s r through to New
lurk without chsngo.
7 a a a.
("1.40 for the round trip. Ticke's Sold
April 20, 27 anil 2H, g'sid returning uuld
sleeping car accommodations reserved
In a I Slice. Olhco, 312 M tin slreet.
Joiis A. Siitr, TickPt Aiicnt.
Gcoik.k H. MiLkam, rasa,'itger Agent.
Tiik town I growing aoiiibcastwardly
likn magic. Inve-t your money In a lot
today nt Goodlisi fc Mnrlln's wile of the
Wnlk tract. Manulactiiring rnurpriasj
are ms'king this lis'stion. It oilers more
Inducements in railnsid lm iluie. tbsn any
other prosTty around Memphis.
ntirlna hljl. Ilala.
The latest style, in light colore I IWhya,
all isilors, young gi-nta' nobby silk I ( as
and N-rliy Hats, stetson's line Soft and
IVrbv Hal in all colors, boys' and child
ren's Crush tlmh and Straw Hats, genu'
(. rush I lata Iu all colors, shape and
grade, from T.V to
Msns ( oiirm.210 Main it.,
The only practical Memphis Hatter, under
1 ulfy' Hotel.
II. w th. Hsr Will Vel.
From tlir Monrur (Ark.) sun.
Tho negroes, n,t least great majority
of them, will vote with the iHimocrat in
the next Presidential election. The Har
rison Admiuistiatlon lis no nn for th
negro, only a voter, and lis Mused to
rrroifiiiKO him or hi claims. F.vrn the
colored acrvants of tbe White House
Imvo Iscn llrcd, and whilo servant
put in their place.
I.r T. M. Gslhreath, No. 10 Msilison
street, rent your houses and collect your
4,1-4,3 V MONROE V
DANSBY FOUND GUILTY
OF MOLESTING AND INTERFERING
WITH AN ELECTION SUPERVISOR
In Arkansas at tbe November Election
The Penalty tor Bis Ollonse is (600
Fine and Three Tear' Imprisonment
Special Dlpstch to Th Apixwl.
I.ittlk Kock, Ark., April 17. In tho
Federal Court this morning the case of tho
United States vs. William, llubbs, John
Wilson mid William A. Mi t'ullomwus
called. These mon nro charged with in
terfering w ith a supervisor of election at
Kichwoods Township, 1-onoko County, on
tho day of November 0, 1SSS. They wero
judges of election nt Kichwoods Township.
1). P. Hill, colored, was 'one of the super
visors of election at that place. It is al
leged that nbout 10 o'clock on the morning
of tho olection the judges assembled nt tho
polls, nnd, niter organization, requested all
to retiro w ho wero not ollieers. Hill was pres
ent nnd showed his coiiiniihsion as supervi
sor, but it is further claimed the juil-cs men
tioned requested him to leave. Tim other
Supervisor was not present, ami they had
some little altercation regarding llill'sduty
to notify him, etc. Finally it was claimed
that during tho entire day Hill was pre
vented from being present when the votes
wero being polled ami the names recorded,
nnd nino when tho votes were counted.
Twelve witnesses wero examined, live for
the phtintilT nnd seven for the defendant,
niter which the case was nrgued by Judge
Med uro and S. A. Alien, (or tho Govern
ment, and T. C. Trimble and Carroll and
licinhcrton for tho defense, who mndo long
speeches for their clients. It vils night
when the argument wnsconel tided and tho
court adjourned. Judgo Hrcwcr will in
struct the jury in the case in the morning.
'Hi is morning tho jury iu the case o(
Thos. V, Panshy, who was on trial yes
ter lay for interfering w ith Flection Super
visor Williams at Kinuslaud, Cleveland
County, came into court and returned a
verdict of guilty of tho second count in
the indictment, which charges him with
molesiing and interfering witii tho Super
visor iu the discharge ot bis duty. Tho
ven;illy in this case is $"ikJ line and thn e
years' imprironuient. Han-div is one i f
the beet cili.eDS of 1-olioke ('utility und a
large planter. Tne court has not us yet
passed upon his sentence.
Rviium x of tho worth of l'e-ru-na daily
ncuiiiiil.itps. K 8. tioiidy. of M:e illun, .O ,
writes: "I have liven troiihleil with ueneral
debility nnd dyHpsiu (or year... I lru.1
I'e ru nn. It lir.n i ll mo up uu I gavo luu thu
cncigy of youth."
Mm. lonlil Kiilrlile.
Nkw Yoiik, April 17. Win. Gould, a
speculator in oil, etiicided today iu his
room in the Ashland House by shooting
himself in the ri.-lit temple with a forty
t ao caliber revolver. iH ulhwas instnii
taiieo.M. Tim sniei.bi was sixtv-two
years of ag:'. Adverse speculation is suid
to be tiie c:iu-e.
" I will not lake any other Dressing
My friends u;e -
Wclffs AC filE backing
and praise its merits ; and If you can't
sell mi what I wanij and not what you
think I oufchi to have, I'll f,o dsewber
and gel it."
LaJitt, Jo ntrtt'iitf
wolff a kak:clfh, ?mnM'x
Tba Hot blaii fa Ua. Wianra aad ClUian.
MRS. K. A. SLOAN
ihX'J&J- :;'rjsiV?ti lA
Mllllnary, nrsea Mahlnf. I'r Trlmtnlnt,
III M ! II AIH A!"l r .IH,
No. Mala ... M-.n.M, Tsnn.
FOR HEN 0?JLY!
1 PfltlTIVT fI Wa. H tHO atWHtWTj
nTTTT V s aVysaa i. 4 Iff Mi
I .flmiilf Ka
tM, s-m. a.asoss i
-,.- lil I a rt i
t laaiaal- Saw -f
h. ... ...4 " '"'.'1.
l-M.-HMia. S-.I. i.h...i.-.i- ' t .
llll BHIIfcM HHHi,aiH
IMtRV WrlttLS a4
Tnt Saw-M Ilia.
. . .,'si W",a
v ; j , .t-ff --j. '.11
t,-.' a '. -A, t. .f- w Vj v r '
4 Dress, or a C&at, ) fipy Ccht
rt:ti r il I '
niouuns, reamers, r for
Tarns, Hags, etc. ) ten cents
and in msnv other wt 8AVB Money, and miles
thinn look lik NEW. by lulng DIAMOND
DYES. 1 ha work la aaay. slmiila, quick
ay, linen, quics 1 uu
colors th. BEST and FASTEST known. Aak lor
DIAMOND DYES and taka DO other.
For Olldlnf or Brondng Fancy Articles USB
Cold, Bllvtr, Broma, Copper, Only to Cents.
A rorlCs oof beautiful eslijr r'
ri li lir. i riuifHi en nn.
pat. uvr liy "Uelit photo
MvOs. i put to MellKTOl
anv Ituby Isirn within are'.
Ktiry Mother wants (ti
I. I'm : m-iuI nt cuic
ilntiT'a nstne Alirl airiv
WILIS, RlflH&RDSCH k C9i
B-"---' -itnrrira iTTmtwmanTiTr irT "n' mrri astiaMarm
Csitoris ) Br, fi-ml Pitr.r'ajild, liarmlsss -i(lqnlrh nT. for
lnf.witsjMirl CUtrn'. Complnlnts. go perl or to CatorQllj
PurRerlo or lMiircntlo Syrnpa. Chtlitr.u cr y for Cs.tnria. Mil"
hnua if Mat tiers He mi CuKtoHit,
fsalorl.- ctirr-i Tillc. roi-.tlpatlrm t I "I rsvimmi.1 Csatorta for rMtdrwn'a
Hour Hininseli, PiaritHi's, hriwi'iunn I rnniitaliii,na arisrlorteinr re, ritiUoa
llisi Lsallliy si s'i ! alw al.ls Ultuallom I Lnuau to lnr." II. A. Alii iirs, M. 1)..
A illwut luuxouo luis;IacUuu. 111 ho. Oxford bt, UruuVl; n, N.T.
Tu Cuttai a CorAK, 77 Jlurray Ht., New Turk.
JL Wooils Subdivision of the Wright homc
stcac! h.n c been soUl to well known citizens who
will immediately erect handsome residences.
This projierty extends from Wright .avenue on
the cast to LiRose street on the west, and is
known as the Jiuli;c Wright .lace. It is hand
somely improved. The house, a two-story brick
of nine rooms, together with stables, carriage
house ami servants' rooms in thorough repair.
The improvements are surrounded and faced by
a beautiful lawn and grove of forest trees. Con
venient to street cars. Retired and delightful
residence property; away from the heat ami
dust of the city yet within the city limits. If
not sold within the next twenty days will be
subdivided and sold at auction. Go and in
spect property. Take Hernando' street or line,
, . or the Second street green line cars, l'lat of
' subdivision can be seen at our office.
ALLEN & FINLHV, 16 Madison St
0F.AN-ULLY COFFEE & SPICE CO..
205 MAIN ST.. MEMPHIS. TEM1.
ALABAMA : CARBON : HILL : COAL
H P M. PATTERS ON - QJ CO? jfj
Av.f ? ; i.t'f! ' . (.Y'vwnr.'n
Anthrrcite. Co!(ft Wnnl
W Mali Loan All Principal PayaM
nd ol each year. Or. on f-IVK-YEAK
rower can pay Ml loan w.thuul rawin
no,,,J, ,hl U t rr.nl.i. mad
I pironai aitentloo
N. F. LeMASTER, Manger.
IX W. PIT.
F. I. HIRKOIt
FLY, 1IERR0N & IIOBSON,
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors.
No. 822 and 824 Front Stmt MenDhln. Tona.
"Variety .Agricultural Works,
bjuI tl Shalt aai4 OS axid o CllaUa ia., Uaaaabia, Toaa.
warohouai .nd Cotton Truoka, llau, Brldg and Stoinboat Iron
Vorlt. to. Engln and Uaoblnry iWpalrr.
lUalaa Lajirwa4 Maaaiaaty, si aro r-r.patad U da Wnrk lroiai(iliy a. . MaiM Rata
taauUtaal Wiic4 Wara.
CALLS AND DELIVEBIES F1EE.
With tiiat most rollabl
mpdioUio Pulao' Celery
bloud, cure Const iputlon,
and regulates thu liver and
Uiff thn systom of all vast
and dead mil iters.
comhln'si tni nervn tnnln suit strrnirtlilnj
qualiUcs, rovlftntr tlioeuoirrles and silrils. .
' t rmve brs?n tronWed for some ymrs Itti
conipiL ittiim uf iliiilrultii's. Arur tiyiati vu
rtuiis roniedli'S, oiul not nndlnir relief. I trted
t'atnr's Celery Cuinpninul. Ilefore Inklnff one
full Isittte llir lonit troutitesmiin HVliitnliiH he.
ru to siil Jili ami 1 run truly fair now. Hint I
feel tlkn ii new mini. lit.T-tloii has linproviit,
and I Imvo pained ten pnurwls In welglil xtuce I
nato coiuinnieist tnklin;thiCoiipoiirit."
HoNisrcs r-T.'ASsa, KehlivUle, VU
It on. Ht for w oo. At nmirirlsta.
Wslij, ItloniiinSiiN a Co., llurlliiion, Vt
NO. 278 SFCnNT) STREET.
IN MISS,"aRK. ami LOUISIANA
In PIVE Years, with Interest esyabl l
PsMlal P.ymtnt plan, by which th bor.
to htavl y on one ciod. O.im .ilii.ni...
at the M.mjihl. oluc and can hav lh
ol ID bonosrer.
Slates Mortgage Co.
231 II iU St. Memphis. Tenn.
DUNCAN'S CHILL TONIC fats ito4
tb toet for years, and today stands th
leader of Chill Medicines, Bead
What is laid ot It,
Pr. Pnnoaa: f take closure In maklntapnls
If atatempnt nf tho fart th.U I bare UM'd Tout
1'hi.l Tani urllh nvutaimrs. aftor evftrvthin. pita
had etKiiaily fulled. Mvnelf and family Join I
thaukiiis you lor Ilia discovery of lUih a medl-
eiuo, whlcli will l ot iocli groat- benslll to mu
kind. Yours truly, f. fscnLir,
Dyspepsia, Torpid L!?cr and Indlgsstloii
Head nhst DUNCAN'9 LIVER AND
KIDNEY MEDICINE baidoua:
Pr. Pnaran : I was rursd nf Trantotnatlf heart
dn-eao, raiiMHl hr a Inrtiid liver anl Indorsation.
:t iroiililmt with it for thirty yrars, irowtu
wiits? all Ihs lliuiv nntll 1 commenced taklni Uus-
lane i.. nd K Midlrine. Thno lioulsa ryalorsl
loo In )eriei't hKHlth, allnr phyal jaua an I allotkel
mi illi mm Und t ill J. Or. ihiuesu' Mi Jlciuoiaie
txilter lliau he ruprvM.'DU tacu to bo. Your, irulf,
Jl. J. AaxoiA
OsssNssoso, Ark., April IS. 1S"ar)f, f.
nunoan; bear sir 1 am a nraetlrlutf nhvalolan al
inn nlaiM; I aiu alio la thr ilrng liuillKua, aud
hivs hfcQ arutiiK an I frc frii.ii(f your lnmlu'luej
for nino lima, and eut ilcui'l will) Ih-ia.
am mm yours are the most reliable proprtotsrr
inediciuea 1 liave ever soiil or ismu nanl, oapoeiallf
your Hull TioiU' I lw r 1'iila, ( ouch I bImiui, Liver
unrl khlnov Mrdii Ino a-jd Carbolic Oinljient. I
am mi they ars nil yui rlnlui Inr thorn. Tbisle
tuimrihuiit I would noreould not say tor snT nthef
line ol I'.lrul ninlli I lies. I.v ry one an'ak In IU
titiiUcal uuma ul yuur uiiJIciuua. Voum irolr,
j. a OUS, M. D.
DR. DUNCAN'S MEDICINES ar
widely kiicvu throughout thn bouto. uud can
found Iu any well mi'yliod alora.
Tho Wobb Mannfacturing Co.
NASHVILLE. - - TENNESSEB,
Memphis, : Tcnn.
lxi ila ftnuiiurr,
J. T. Kt.il,
Jo. W. Alilwin,
1. I. II. 1 1. 11,
. 1'. (irnvirs
V. N. Unmu,
J. H. ItllllillMllt,
J. T. frt'll,
J. J J.iuir,
I'.p. II. Vanoo,
1. W. (.oi'lirn,
W. A. I.vrTwan,
C. P. rart.aaorUh
Ion w. men has. rM int.
Ult IS HAMACLR. Vlr froal.t. ni
kl All!) lini.TXMIT.l. l.uillr-
U U UT.UitH. Atstatuit Uaaalu.
Alliance Dank, Limited, London, EnftanJj
Chemical Naiioral Dank, 1 1 1 Now York
NEAR SENATOBIA, MI33.,
orrrm tiik sniMria or two ihoT-
TIHU Hf ll..ta.14
Oapt. CarnA, No. 7.P24,
LimlUsI lo frm At(mM Mrnw al lib laaa Ul
ion Hiiiiib Kn.la July I.
Cnlt Imttria ars In damaail. Thla horsa Owi'itl
Si t iIii iii. as bki airs (). If. U, .'.!,( iH a wMi unu
W; Ul. tf"i'l-lra (OiiW.nl, 1. 4111 la Ilia ftartt
en l mil Irtiiirra knuvn, bailuf put font i iS
tar ni l. 111 ilia jo li.l In uaoymr, kla ilrst daia
(ranr, liav. rnirl I ui aaealird by AlrsiUa kus
fill lltlaa. tlin lr ul Mia unlwalia roll (MlaN
"nuaio a " I is ; bla astvQil tlaaa by anoihrtaaat
knl ii.ara.lr. Ksnlu ly .a, (ul ul iba
Biaro, rtaia l-adv llmrnn, nu aa.t alaiaknoai
l-.itii.nii bla iblrt d.ia br ai.ll aallii faiaao
I n'tiii.ra alra, k1an rurraat; fuiirili. llfitl and
lilliJ.nia by tboroiihbiwJ alra. tn,tit,.htaiiy,
ai'l lariisa laa Ibna rar-Nd hl.xol buy. .n.aaa
tUii'lablfb. alasautiy rupvrtionaaulilu.
Col. JefTeron (BllnJ)
la tff rrd to the Put.lln at I0 Caah.
Ila ana nrl by lha ynraiMl ta mara its
Inoan. tilaintirlno I'au lii-A. boatiaaf Ukbid
fral rank aa l.r. o. auiiaalrva; Um A'a-I. aa old
lima tr,,tur. Jail, raiu al tin yrais nf aus was a
1-1,'lnn llial aunlil makaaliy horarman frrl gmnf
fi'a baait. blab. Slff:i.ll. siluaialiLal auil Saai
5aii.it. Noaa bia n4 am blind) ail ahaw .lan
i l 1 r., tlii erUuu, anj ara (aiaa aa'l bandnaa
tu..,Uli ra lis alrrl Ilia IhALI laiiiruUUi
ait,.r1 aiMtiit Mrmphla laaf aiieiiawr
a- All aliM-k liaii'liad naralullr, hul as rrsnef
alllir Inr aiil bni.; anarva iMiinM al ti a-f
iuuUi. Il iiraln. HO. for (unbar tiifnrmailiaa
Adilra.ee B- LYTLE. M.n'ir,
IV St. Paal at., MaaaahU, 1a
HEALTH li WEALTH.
tm 0. Wcaye Kssts aB UsAts Tsiarvin
rans. -liis br ll.airria, I'luinr ('an.
au .l.rn.. I II. r.r.tft fciiriliia. If-a la Si. ..'ara
sua I'riHt.f mil railed i.y Ida uaa af alob-il ir ta
tn.-n y.kfnlt4M Mauul IVpraaaiaaj. Mlinii
. Hm Srla ratiltlo,f I taMBilr a il Ikj lm fe
iwi.rv. il.Ta aa l d"tu, fa'nalufa ! I Ai ll ar,
ti'bi,a, Ixm,I niMvae is allf aat tovo.aoury
I r.w. aii't t pfrH'bribM ianl br awntu'si
nl lha ifaln. aall asiv ar sr-tndiiij'ra.A yaoia
ra.uini in. amUi a tmtniaal II ma bac,
oi.is lw. l.f aiM,ssal by tt.U tiisaiJa r
la lul ni'-a.
Wa Diiaranta Wla Bowaae
Tomra.na ra-s, WHS far-k nnlrj-li0 br
..t tia l-iio aiiviiiiill allh In so III aand
Uir pun avf nur anuaa auarantae le raUad tk
amnry II Ilia Irmlni'iil Aiaa nut r11 1 ours,
OnaraiiUxa lni-1 only by Jobs C -d 4 ikt,
na,ly a In lituiuu. aula Aarnla, Uia .Irani.
Hair lila 1aa
Pa. t WAIT T-r, MKMrntSa tlisV
iBaortara and laalsi ra oa, aalrUa
ad riahlna Taakla. Malldaf lladanara.
4aans li.Jed Aaakaawaat aMalaa4
'irtriaViaaltaa Alaay aa BaaA BaaalitJkt