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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: FRIDAY.' MAT 3; 1889.
MEMPHIS LOSES AGAIN.
SIW OBLKANS PLATING A SCUBVT,
It la No Use for Any Club to Try to De
feat Them-Their Salary List Doubles
That of Any Other Team All the
Bpcclsl Dispatch to The Appeal.
Atlanta, Ga., May 2. Motuplils got
the worst of a closely contested game to
day, though thoy played equally as well
m Atlanta. The gamo was full o( good
plnya, bad plays and kicking from the
bleaching boards. The umpire wm off,
but neither sido hud right to complain.
Thcro were no special features of tho
ATLANTA. R. B. P.O. A. E.
Btrrlltig, IL ....... 1 0 8 0
KIimi, ! b. .............. 0 1 S 1 0
llutiemanti, c... 18 6 1 1
KHmlvy. :il.... 112 2 0
J'cti'ler. ...... 0 10 2 2
MrU. c t. ............ 12 2 1 1
Ciiilim, lb. . 1 1 10 1 1
Murray, t.L. .... 12 10 0
Curvy, p.-.. ............. 110 7 0
tMl,.......,......... i jn Jft t
MKMPiiu. a. a. p.o. A. a,
Mi'Hrlilti. 1. f ...... S 8 8 0 1
Kiudvrli'k, a a.. .. 18 0 1 1
Uniiiiii. 2b . 10 4 10
('Muly, 1 b ......... ..... 0 0 9 2 0
Kvlly.cf .... 0 8 0 0 0
Zrllwr. r t......... 110 0 0
Klililksa 0 0 0 1 1
O'Kottrks, b 0 0 14 1
Totali............ 7 11 27 IH 4
Hum man- Two bane hits Metz, Urod
erirk, Kelly. Home runs Kinsley 1.
Ift on bases Atlanta 9, Memphis 2.
Th Trlrkerr af Haw Orleans.
Fparlal Iliuh lo The Apprtl.
Chattanochia, Tcdd., May 2. Today's
game demonstrated tho fact thut neither
Chattanooga nor any other Southern
Lfnguo team noed hereafter play ball with
Kcw Orleans and exiect to win with a
team within the $1,200 limit The locals
played a fino Kitiue of hall with render
grast in the box, and yet tho visitors bent
tlicm with hands down. Tho crowd be
came disgusted and many left tho park be
fore the game was over, not because Chat
tanooga played a bum game, because they
didn't, but because they can't play against
New Orleans. It is reported on the street
tonight, and is given general credunco,
that .New Orleans is paying its tuani from
fl'.iKKJ to 'MHl per month and a p'irw)
was mailo up to pay the guaranloo and
forfeit tomorrow's iiaino, hut it was llnally
decided to plav, though tho crowd will be
very slim It Is said that President Whar
ton lins so far refum-d to forward New Or
leans' bond ami cert i lied salary lint, and
that has added fuel to the indignation over
the rvportud excessive salary list. The
lovers of the sport in Chattanooga are
ontilv saying unlet the matter is satis
factorily explained they will retrain from
trolngto the park when New Orleans plays.
Thin is unfortunate, (or the gamo has been
well uitroiiizd so ur and there was every
evidence of success,
CtliTTASooo. .! A ASf.O. A. B.
Millrr.s s . 4 I 2 2 C 4
Citviit, r... ........... 4 0 14 1 1
W,i,.v.II, 41214 0
l..l7, U... ..... 0 0 8 0 0
1.IU. I b 2 0 0 1 2
IIiiIImM, I b .... 3 0 0 II 1 0
J. miis r. I 0 V O 0 8
funl. c. 2 0 0 1 0 0
1'rt.. I. tyrant, p. . ..... 8 0 0 1 1 0
Tninl ft i "Tj V I S
nr.w oiiiiii i i in'r.o. a. b.
I"c.V;ruitl. C. I 4IIOO 0
Holland, a. ....... 4 1115 0
N.iiiiltk, 1 t 4 1 I II 0 0
I'uwell. r. 4 V 0 0 0
VM. ;'b 4 2 1 8 8 0
Vnlilrn. I. I ...... 4 1 0 8 0 0
lml 8 b. ........ 4 i' 2 2 8 0
IVtly. p - 4 1 0 0 0 0
flilm. 0. 4 I I S 2 0
Intuit I I" i 27 II 0
V 't Iron" -... -3 2 0 0 0 7 I
lli..tuiui......l 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Summary: Ksrned runs New Orleans
B. ClmtianooiM 1. Two-Imiwi hits Ward
, Ihiwio 1, I'lilhemus 1. Miller 1. Three
btis liita McCoy 1, Coignn 1. I'owull 1
I kmlilo plays 'Holland and Ward 1
fsiolen bsixK-Ford 1, llnllsnd 1, Me
titiirk 1. Hrtick out l'-v 1'en'lerjfrasl I
I'eity rt. lluo on linlls-lly IVtly 2
i avM d balls Niii-s 1. I'nipiro liurnt,
(harlMlan II. UlrMlaikl n .
lvUI iili b 10 1 Ur A-1.
CimiLWiTo. K C, May 2. The two
tail ruder of the Southern Isgue had a
dcixmt struggle again today resulting' in
ticlorr for I hurli-shm bv Mure of 1 1 lo
2. Again tho local team playml an emir-le-s
game, and again the local pitcher,
l.nliv, diatinguihel liimaull. Tlio ilir
miiikctiain team leavo hem tonight, the
fourth gsme of tho serirs being deterred by
mutual coiiM'iit to enulilo them to reneb
their next destiiiatiiin. Of the Ural
erics of eleven guinea, Chnrleston won
three and IohI c-iulii. Tim r" monev for
the eluvrn gnines avemired about fr l.tMK),
little Utas tlmil S-M a g mm.
Ol'I'ICML Si nKK,
Miiai.rxinv. I s a !.'
flu liiimiins 2 b. A I I
ih.rt i). A b.... A 2 2
l. .r-. c I I I
Vim in. r A I 2
IIimim iiiilili r, I b.... 1 i I
.nu I. I A j 2
1nii.tr. a. A 8
lir. n.l. nt.uiv, 1. 1 ft 0 0
l.ub), p " '
Tut ill 1" "
r. .- -
mmiiii'iio. A.aj . b.m
Milm. lb 4 o
4 uimmiich. 1. I . 4 0 0
Tayler. I l - - 4 0 I
K.irr. II, 2 b. 4 I I
In., In, r. 10 0
i!.l 0 I
, i. r. I I 2
Alll.il, a. a ...-. 8 0 I
an. r. I 8 0 0
TirtuK M 2 I S
!.,.' I. . n.i. . 0 1 2 8 0 -ll
lliniiliiiilwm.... 0 00000800-2
r'liiiiiuary: 1'jtrned runs Charleston,
ft. lwo-bs hitMurray, Mimrr. T"tl
bo liils-l'hsrleston )', Hirminghain II.
1 irsl biiwon bslls Luby I, I'aily I. U'U
on iito Cborlfston 6, liiriiiinicham 2.
Mruck out Hv Luby, 3; bv laily, 3.
Itiiior bitr.y "I'nilv. I. Ihiuble plays
lliiueholiler and FiimiiniiMins, IitKlin
noii4 lo Householder. Time of game
J. Jl. L'uipire Hurst.
Olnar Uan Vi-rdv.
At llmoklyn Ilrooklyn 4, Athlethl 1
At M. li'S-SU Ifliiiai, lii'svills L
At Columbus llalltniore 2, (!o minis 1,
At I'lltuhurg I'ittclnirg 2, CleVPland i.
At rhilsdelphlil-l'liiln.lilplils 4, Iksv
At New York Now York 14, Washing
At fndisnnolIs Clilcujo 13, Indianapo
At Kanaas City Cltirlunsti 2, Kansss
The flowers that bloom In the spring
are liable to be nipped in the bud by May
irosts it me weather does not turn warmer.
A theatrical entertainment will be given
next Monday evouing by SU Dominic's
Union, at the ball of the society, 60 Wash
J no. Morrow and Dan Collins, two
switchmen in the Kansas City Yards, had
a set-to yesterday, in which both were
pretty well used up. Officer Boskett ar
rested both partios and they were roloasod
on $j0 bonds.
Justice Garvin held an innnest on the
body of Nancy Cash, an old colored
woman, who was found dead in the rear
of 13 lirndford street. The jury's verdict
was death from old age, dysentery aud
Inck of medical attention.
The regular annual picnic of tho Mem
phis Merchants' Zouaves, assistod by the
Chickasaw Guards, the Jones Cadets and
tho German Turnvcrein, will take place at
Jackson Mound l'ark Wednesduy, May 8.
Kvery detail is Wing carefully arranged,
and tho ail'uir will be ono of the most de
lightful tho public will have opportunity
to cniny this season. Lloutonauts O. C.
Saw tells and T. K. J'ntterson are the only
ones authorized to sell tickets. Admission,
Tho lhiilwav Committee of the Legisla
tive Council, Messrs. lladdcn, liirsch and
Graham, will meet, this forenoon to talk
over the proposed doublo lino of street
car tracks to Jackson Mound Park. The
indications are thut a switch lino along
Huliug street from Khelby to Main and a
turn tablo at the luttor connection w ill be
the policy adopted. Tho Main street and
Shelby street lines are dillercut in width
by several inchos, hence the need of a
turn tuhlo. The business interests of
Shelby street w ill not admit of two linos
of rails being laid on that thoroughfare.
LOWENSTEIN Ss BROS.'
GREAT SPBCIAL. BALM
METIXAXTft or EMBKOIDERIF.4,
Hanging in Trices
From 1-9 4nl to 13 CeaU Per Yard.
We have Just received from tho largest
producers of Embroideries in St Gall,
Hwitscrland, an immeue stock of tho
choicest and most dusirahlo good, includ
ing all the very best styles.
Widths ruuge from one-halt to five
While the goods are practically as do
si ruble as our choicest stock, we shall dis
tribute them among our patrons at the
ulove named prices, which is from 60 to
00 pur cent less than value.
oi k hi:maxt iy.
CIIOICK It KMX A NTS
4'olorrd llmi flaorts, FrvnrH Matins,
krulrb and Anvrlrna tilashiima.
All tho above remnants will be found
on sale at tho usual counters, and all will
be offered at the usual great reductions
from regular prices.
a LOWENSTEIN to BROS.
II aa Arrlvrd.
Tho expert optician, Mr. If. I. Canon,
representing Haw ken's New Crvstalii
Lenses, will remain until Thursday, May
0, at T. 1'. Fortuue's drmt store, the dcMl
fur the celebrated gluuc. Tluw) glaiues
have won the admiration of all whohsvo
Uncd thorn. Their auleaare unprveei tented
everywhere. They can be worn any length
of lime at one silling, and give marvel
ous clearness of vmion. Hundreds have
had their siht improved by their li"
They stand uurivalod in their splendid
He will adjust those wonderful glasses
to the eye onsrientillc principles. I'.y con
sulting him you will arnst, n lievo and
KMsibly resture your failing vision. No
charge for tilting.
We tiko this method of notifying the
public that we have this day sold lo Mr.
V. A. Kairca our sule and feed stable
out III, and cordially recommeud him to
our Ineiiils and customers.
lU riiui) A Co. .
lu (errinif taUivu this is no'.ice to the
public that I will conduct the shove men
linntnl stiihli', corner Third aud Uni in
s reels, ss a fed and ahIh sUiblo. All
stock will fiJ transferred free 'if rhnrgii.
W. A. Faiuks.
Mr. P. II. Iluford, asxiatcd by Col. D. A.
Wiles and Mr. Albert )unn, will continue
ti liiiinllii llml-clu horxes and mules at
Mr. Fuires barn, corner Inmnand ThinL
LAFAYETTB PAH& HOTEL,
CU Louis, Alo.
To families visiting St Louis we would
recommend tho above betel. It is Ihuu
tifully siIuiiUhI otiiHiaitit Ijifavetta I'srk,
and is tho best kept family hotel lo tho
It, nrSakos, na, SS I nlaai P)4t4,
litis lust received a laro and can lully se
liH ted suriiiK stin k, all of the latest de
signs, which he will tusks up in suits at
reasonable prices, hjiutul bargains for
knrlna llU Mala.
Tlio latest styles in lik'hl colored Derbx-s,
all colors, young genu nobby hilk lnis
and lcrby lists. McUon's lino Kill and
iK'rbv Hals in all colors. Imivs' and child-
reti'a Crunh Chnli ami Htraw Hula, irvtita'
(Tuh lists in all colors, slmpts aud
gruilt, Irutii i x' lo l.
Msim Coiii,2in Main St.,
The only practical Memphis llatler, uinlcr
Hie IVospert Turk A Ml Dummy Une
ill lirgln running n-gulsr tralua to l'na-
hvl lkurk li.lnir Truina Mr ,11 Uivn Vaivinil
and Gayoso strncts aUiut every hour and
lony unniiies sun puis w niiin a snort ma
la nee of Cslvary Cemetery.
Mvaapbla (arriaaja Worst a,
Nov 61 Au M Madiso Htssrr,
r.uililcrs of Tine Vehicles. '
. Jaskaan Maaad rark Casiesrt
Bitndny. Admisaion 10 rents.
r. IL. A. (iardlaa, ka, tSl Slalsi Mlraat,
Is prrpsred to dulir Ice rrram, iter gal
lon at fl.00, $1.60 and upward. Cake
and cream at parlors.
Iw mot fail to attend the auction salo on
Mcl-emoro avenue Uxlay. The lota will
be sold to the highest biddr without re
serve, and rare bargains will be the order
of iho day.
THE ORPHANS' HARVEST.
A FINE PROGRAM OF BPORT AND A
Representatives of the Cotton Exchange
Win About Everythtng--The Lawn
Tennis Contest Decided a Draw
What Will Likely be Realised.
The orphans are assured additional com
forts and pleasures out of tho procoeds of
yesterday's benefit amusemonts at Citi
zens llaseball Park by bcnovoleut guntle
mant of the city.
A count of tho tickets by tho Gate Com
mittee aftor the good day's work was done
showed that C32 tickets had been taken in,
including $82.75 in cash at the box olllce.
But the goutloracn managing the affair
had previously placed a lurgo number of
tickets in various business houses, many
of which tuny have lHea sold to porties
who aid not surrender them at tho gate,
ladies and gentlotnen who bought merely
to help the cause along, and had no Idea
of attending upon the choice program
of sport provided. At least $400
will be realized for tho citv's wards.
the chances are it will be more.
Manager F C.Lallnchoshould feel proud
over tho outpouring, and ho certainly
deserves the thanks of the ontiro commu
About 2 o'clock p.m. the Christian
Urothors' Colleco Urate Band, with its
director, Prof, l'aul Schneider, reported at
the Cotton Kxchsngo for volunteor duty,
and enlivened the crowds collected lu the
vicinity with stirring music. In this way
many who wore until thut timo undecided
over whether to go out or not, wore
turned in the direction of the park, and
swelled tho attendance to llattoring pro
portions. It was S o'clock p.m. before
the lengthy program was begun, and three
hours were consumed In Its execution.
Tho Merchants' Zouaves, with sixteen
men in lino, besides the two scrimsnts. un
der command of Capt K. Kit Hellrcy and
l.lout. ini w telle, were tlio Umt lo com
mence, tor IK teen minutes and exhibi
tion drill, including the most dillicult
points in tho school of tho company, tiriiut
of blank cartridges and bayonet exercises,
was gone through with. Iho voting but
well trained and con lidcnt soldiers, went
through tho various movements like old
veterans on the competitive drill, and von
mora than once vociferously applauded,
tho ludies especially manifesting their de
light Next came a lawn tenuis game Vtwcen
the Memphis and Chickuwtw clubs. The
former side was Messrs. John M. Itichard-
son and Abraham Frank, the latter Messrs,
lrauk V. Scrugus and fiwiirht M. Arm
strong. Mr. living McU. Maxsry olllci
ated as umpire. Tho players lout no time
Hi unnecessary iliHplay, but went nt the
liusiuess In hand with solid purpose.
After they bad afforded the uuiiiilUlcd
Siectators an entertaining lesson for half
an hour or more it was ucccMnry to dis
continue the same, iu order that the
features to come luiirht be given a show
ing. It was decided a draw.
following this game was a slow blrvrlo
race, 100 yards, iu which live of tho city's
experts took part
Another selection by tho baud was then
riven in giwd style, while Iho rival base
isll teams cot themselves In readiness.
These were as follows:
( niton ttrbstif, I'mlHon.
(iimrpi iraUaiu.....wl'ati bur.
II llrftl I', till
.....Jl II. I'bllllia
II M. llnmn I'll. In r
W. It. i Mallury Kh.,M.Mi ..
Marry Alb-n. Hr-t rmi..
Irbv ltiiil ...wM-ni'l lai-tf..
II. w. llnrru I lilrn i
II. II. S. blina
V. V I'biilllia ..l'lt llo.'...........l J.,y, Jr
K. tf h r t rtiliT Ih-el . Waller Wi-bli
J. 11. Hli bar-UiikKuibt htl.l .W Mclioiii'
Only four innings were played, and it
waa by no meiina an uninteresting Runic.
The Cotton Kxchango had decidedly tho
uestol it Iu tlie bstlery. otherwise tlio
teams were about equally matched. Hal-
lie ilrown struck out nine men, sooiniuuly
witn lite most provoking esse, ana nai it
nut been for paswed balls not one member
of tho Merchants' Kxchsngn nine would
ever have completed ihorircnit ol tho h.im-a.
I'ltimmer, Maury and Moon scored in
the llrst inning, Phillips in tho fourth,
and that settled it Oil tho other sido
llruwu scored in tho llrxt, Harris in tho
si'cond. Ilrown in tho third, and Graham
and Porter in the fotirih a total ol live,
and onouga, by one, lo w in.
lly the timo this purl of the progra:n
was ended it was getting very Into and
many in tho audiiinm dcimrtcd for homo.
'Micro was aoino delay in gfttiuv (he foot
lull roiitmt under way, and others lufl.
Kinallv the vriatiotis ilcUila wero all ar
ranged, and tho exciting gamo took place,
with the following irentleiiicn arrayml
agaiusl each oilier Merchant' Lxrhsngn
Iipvl Joy, Jr., cnpla n; Ntmuel ritiilipa,
Ixmis iNnielson, II. II. N hlox. 11 Moon,
K. T. Csrnem H. H. lt.ckry, Hugh Prtlit
K K. Harwell, W. P. Ilrowu, Walter rsr-rsU-e,
Ld Mdihee. II. Kortrccht. Iaiii I.
Criap. Cotton Lxchang" John St. Kicb
snUon. caplsin; Harry A'.len, 8. K. Ilrown,
M. II. MclH.wolI. K W. Por
ter, J. K Wtllisins, W. It Junes,
It W. Harris, J. A. Kvans T. J. Keycr,
W. I). I. Mslloi3, W. P. I'liillii, J. J.
McDonsld. It J. Wigs-s. N. M. Jlatson
wus umpire, A great deal of kifkinx, roll
iug oa the ground and wild rhosing f each
otiier was witnessed by those remaining
on the grand slsnd and a lot of small boys
In the edge of the Held, afler which hoslil
ties ceswil, the Cotton Lxrhsugeti'Sm was
iliTlnrvd winner and everyUhly went home
hi' ling more than repaid for Iho lime and
money exix uded.
Will lie found an excellent rrniedy for
nick lusilni lir. t'artrr'a l.llllo 1.1 ht I'IIIk.
TlKiiKatnla of letters Irotu fipla w ho have
Uml Ihrtii iiruvo tlni Nu t. Try thetn.
Lack curtains cleaned and beautifully
flniidicd at Memphis Mram IJiundry, 2'.'l
K-cohd s'.rci't r.tslii h olllie "Al Madison.
TUB I1EKMITAOS ASSOCIATION.
The Moating- Tonlgbt at the Merchants'
Exchange Unusually Promising-.
As Indicated In yesterday morning's A p.
i-rAL there will be a meeting, under the
auspices of the Jacksonlan Club, this
evening at H o'clock In the Merchants'
Ktcbange, which promise) to be unusu
ally Inti routing. The object hereto
fore stated, Is to form a branch Hermitage
Association, to co-operate with those
ladies who have taken a hand In the taak
of nsK'tting Irom decay the home of the
hero of New Orleans, The plans by which
these ullorls are to bo given concerted
srtionwtll I fully elucidated and ox
plained by Senator J. M. Crews, after
which eulogistic eddm will bo deliv
ered bv ln'O. I.uko K Wriithl, tba Hon.
Win. ft Moors. K-nslor W. W. Mellow
all. tho Hon. W. I. Clanp and Judini T.
J. Latham, who are expected to be pres
It will be observed that the epeakars
belong to opptnlta rxilillcal parties, but the
resist t due lu "Did Hickory' being a
national debt, freely confoaatHl by all le.
tween the rs'ks of Maine and the liio
Grande's yellow sands, pntriotistn pushes
party aside for tlie nenoo and demands
from jmiencso ciuwnsiiii vua iiiuuhi vi
Tha maetlng bring given for the ladies
It la wiHTbilly desired that as many as
possible snail auoaa. . . ,
SILVER MOON FLOUR
$6.00 PEB BABREL.
I ' NEW ROE HERRING.
BALDWIN KNOWLTON & LAKE
AFTER A BAPIST.
Crittenden County Offloers Looking For
a Colored Ravtsher.
IVputy Sherifl James A. Loyd, of Crit
tenden County, is in tho city looking for a
negro named 8am Jackson, who, about a
month ago, outraged a nino-yeor-old col
ored girl on the Clark place, one inilo and
a half north of Marion, in Crittenden
County. In order to locate Jackson a ruse
bud to' be played. The jailor of Critten
den County is a colored man, and ho came
along to assist in the capture. With tho
aid of local otlieers tho woman with whom
Jackson lives when in town was located on
Second street Vn Pickering. Tho jailor
represented hi mm' If as a cousin of Jack
son's and anxious to see him, Tho woman
took the bait, and told him that Jackson
workod on the steamer G.iyoso, w hich will
reach the city this morning somo timo.
Otlieers sre witching the boat, and unions
Jackson jums in the river before reach
ing hero he will aurelv bo captured.
Tais from indigeatinn, ilypcpla, and too
hourly eating. Is relieve. I at once by taking
one of Curler's tittle l.iver I'ills liiiinoiliatcly
alter dinner. 1'on't turret this.
W. J. jKmtr.v, traveling ngent of the
Illinois Central, lit in the city,
Ttis Kcv. N. M. Woods, 1U, pantor
elect of tho heeoud rreshylerian Church,
has arrived with his family. A waititigtliu
repairs to the manse, they are quartered at
tho liayoso Hotel.
A ni sTiso and INhing party, consisting
of l'r. Kd Mitchell, Mcr. Jim Hobinsoii,
School Held, l'urguson and llonrv Allen,
leave this morning for lliloxi, Miss., on
tho Illinois Central, to bo gone a few days.
Iu. IIowahd Cmiti iikh, General Kcre
tary of the Southern Homeopathic Medi
cal Association, w hich meets at Memphis
the coming fall, has gono to St l-ouis and
Chicago iu Iho interest of the coming
Z. J. (iooiiMA, ono of tho oldest and
moat popular railroad conductors of this
city, who has been connected with the
Mistisaippl A TcuncsMco ICailroud.haA gono
lo IVnver, Col., accoinjiaiiied by his wife.
They will be absent sliout three wrck.
and will visit Chicugo, St. Louis and other
A Maarn I rral.
The concert of Messrs. I. i'a nelson A
Co. at their Cigar Pulaiv, :il0 Main street,
rendered by Sr. Vincent Campiglia's cele
brated parlor ot cbet ra, was a liiistt pro
nounced success. Several huii'lntd people
were in atteudunte and tlio unanimous
verdict was that it was anarluiticrvudiliuti
uud a musical trqat. Kamolsoii t Co. do
nothing by halVoa they rcireenl only
what Ihey will oVi they employ no penny
talent and csn nlways sulmlsnliiilo what
thry advertiso. They have lust received a
luruo shipment of Henry t'lsy, 1 lor do
Sainelmin and Diligenciat'igars direct from
Havana iu bond lo Memphis.
Mmhl 4'arrlasa Hsrlta,
NoS. fil AXU S3 MaIUsoM SlKXkT,
Impairing an J lluildiiig Finn Vehicles.
v arHovsn by ins vas or cotoaiis.
And it stimulates and promotes the grotlh
1 1 1 he hair.
liumelt's Flavoring exUacU are the
Lamm' rape collars a specialty at Mum-
this Steam laundry, Second street
ranch olllce 1 Madison street
A arscut Invitation is rxti'nded to the
ladies to Ixi present al Goodloe A Martin's
suction salo today. If your husbands sro
busy and cannot come out, attend the sale
vounuilf and bid for thein, Unites will
ese corner M.nu and .Madison at 10
o'clock for your accommodation.
Fi l.L Irrss Shirts a ai'ially. rinish
ntuil to new. Memphis Slesui laundry,
I'.'t Second street llraiuh ollice, ill
Jarkaoa Naaail ram l aarfrl
eunday. AdinisMoti 10 cents.
I 'n. Moiiiia A ham-, ol Sard is, Mias..
hss opened a dental ollli'r nn corner Main
and I nion streets, on s.tme Ibssr with lr.
I.rt T. M. Galhrcith. No. 10 Madison
street, rent your liouws snd collect your
hies of the mmt deairablo property that
has yet been put iitoii Iho market will be
sold lolay by tiisnlioo A Martin. Come
out and buy lot
C'astaldarlag 4 nanlldallaH.
CntiAoo, III, May 2.-Tho North
Chicago I toll in 11 Mill Company are In
seaaion here bsluy with chmul doors, con
sidering tho ipiiiKtiott of rolisoliiiallutl Is
twren the two companies and the Joint
bWti ill ai I is w a V-""?-.?.'
l4.Wa . ll- ' - " "
-p-i TilTt M
rr batlUl whlHI Ml. O btl.r"T" T!
ar m a Urn m ' aailraas. aa
aaU lawaa abasaaal Oivvt1'
vvotrr ft RAHOOLPH, HilUdelpfclai
Si Waa a atMM. I
laiTT(-At reaiili'iiin, Km l.tmlen aliwt.
Tliiirxlay imirnliitf. Miiy A Ihui, at 7o iluik, Uicisa
liSAHl 1TO, Wllf ul IhtVIll bollll,
Kuiienil will take place (rem realitence toiimmiw
(HATt'KDAY) uiornlnn at ami o'ehs'k. Buli'tun
Hisiiieia Mum sl HI. lVtar'a Cliureh al 10 oVltK-k.
friemla nt the family Invited to stieuit.
ttM'IIKAN-AI family real.leneo, Niv IIS Tiiiilur
altwt, l'liiirmlay. May i, lt, at It o elnek nt.. Ill
His ;;ui y(r of hl ajie, ft iiimi A. I'im iiaAN,
ton nt Nipbla K. ana tlio lata U. t- I o, linn.
Killieinl Hill Uko tilavo from Firal Milliollut
riiimb. cormr Heroinl a nil Hnilar atreota, this
(KHIDAV) sfternnon al I o'cl.Kk. t rlt'iidaol th
fiiiutly Invlteil tnaili'iiil.
I.OIMIK NOTK KS,
DIXH'0 LolHilS NO. '."nt.
I b iilllivra ami nieiiita'
K. AND A.
Ml A. M. a
rv lirrvbv SftF
ri'iiiieviiH tnaili'iiil aimi'lal oiutinn
ul tluilr IikIuk Ibla (KKiliA Y) i'Vi-iiIiik at s n'rlm k
lur mirk in tho M. M. IKunv. All M. Al.'a Iu ikjJ
ainiiillns arv Iralernally iuvitnl.
nyimier Mll.niN h. I'llll K, W. M.
AlUnl: IU'iiii II. t't'l.l.KM, heen-Urv.
" ICNORANCK ISTHI MOTH Ell
Of Att KVIL8."
Are you iKtinraul nf I tte iiara ot
Jipnllo la a aollit raks ol Keoiirlna Roup.
Iry It In your lint limits -rlraiiiii.
Yon am Jaiiatil hr yotir lioino )nt
Biiirh ai l.y y.mr dir-a. K II m ul amf
r nn and your rrimiailon will aliln.
larl lt ami yiHir inn nnii Kill iTr iu
tint think tliat li"Ulriiin la im I rimblr.
aumrs UitHnnh ail it rinia. r-iwriaily If
ymi mlnretha oull.iy of tliiiraml trrni-tli
by uamg imiwIIv. K- a uMnhi, Manklnn.
STOP. START AND FLYBACK
COLD Hunting and Open Faco
SILVER-Huntlng and Open Faco
0. L. BYRD & CO.
MAIN AND MADISON 8TIIEET8
BOX OFFICE OPENS
Tuesday Morning May 7
AT 0 O'CLOCK,
AT THE THEATER.
Attmr Ihmi lni nf K. Wlimtin
niiMilrr iltn nut, ln n tntr Umn
fj4-'iiUfr . n tifi IiiMt rtNirunl! inl) ; .t, him
rn will uim rv (I.
CONCERT FRIDAY, MAY 10.
Matt Stewart & Go.
OUTLnHY, MUiHAHICS' TOO!
Oardon Implasnsnt s, ttoreen Doorj
Tiir. srvr law utwr.n m mr
CQO SECOND ST., - MEMPHI
T2ttPHON 1. 101.
T4. ll.-BHiidra aa4 farpaiLn altl 11 .
U is iti.lr iHlaratl it KaaatUa Oat Iim. .
a 'ul rrt.
PHCENIX WIRE WORKS.
Mtairtitt atM or
Screen Wirj Doors "3 Windows
atiliual furnl.haj and firal I Um Work al
tnuiialln frlna (liiarsnliad.
eca F; ONT ST. Tolaphoie 1.311
lltK MI.UI'IIU Ttl kKLY AI'I KAU
MI lilr WKP.KtV FAPKK IN Mi - Mil I'll
I1.W A VIA. UWA YaAlL
ORGILL BROS. SCO.
313 AND 312 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
Avery Cotton Scrapers, Mitchell Cotton Scrapers
Randolph Cultivators, Sido and V Harrow3,
HANDLED AND EYE HOES
THOMAS HAY RAKES
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE.
DESJARDINS, MILLER & HAWKINS
394 & 398 MAIN STREET, - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Chieftain II ay Rako, Bunflor Planter, Campbell Cora Drill,
Door and Window Screens,' Galvanized Poultry Netting
, . I KMMOa,
Lemmon & Gale Company.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Not. 329 ind 328 Main Straot, Memphis, Tena
W I) Mi Hit.
R. U HlCKlNliUAIt.
Ij'Ui IIaxi s. II. II. Mm as,
i'rraiili'tit. Vli v I'D'auli'iiU
THE SCHOOLFIELD-IIANAUER CO.,
(.MiiiTrssnrs to r-TlllHll KIKI.D, II ANAtT.i: & CO )
AND COTTON FACTORS,
2C0 and 268 FRONT STREET.
ionisiUNAcr.il, w. w. tu'.iiooi.nr.i.r). o. miller
W II MUl.lrn ? T uritlMH VIFITl
LEE BROS. & CO.
W W ft!r. h." r :x-J
TENTS, AWNINGS AND TARPAULINS
WIHTK roil VJtlGKH.
To. 291 FRONT STREET MEMPITH. TENN
JARVIS-COMLIiV MORTGAGE TRUST CO
Capital Paid Up, $1,500,000.
Makon Loans on Improved Fnrma In Tonnosson, MNnlnalppi and Ar
kanaaa. Also on Improvrxl City Proporty. Tho Hltrhoat Markot
Trtoo Tald tor Btatci, Oouiity, Township, City,
Fohocl and Wutor Douda,
Office: Room 2, Cotton E xchange Building .
IMPROVED PLANTATIONS IN MISS., ARK. an:l LOUISIANA
W Maks Loans All Principal Payat.ls In FIVE Ytata, wlft Inlsrssl psysbla al
nd of tsch yaar. Or, en FIVE-YEAK Paillal I'ayinant pUn, by which lha bof
lower ran pay his lean Without rawing too hfsvliy on mit crop. On advanug
slluidcd la that all sttl tmsntaats mads st ths Memphis oltics and can have lbs
petsonal attention ol the borrower.
Colonial and United Slates Mortgage Co.
N. F. LoMASTER. Manner. 231 Mi'a St. Msmohis. Tjnn.
tV W. ITT.
FLY, IIERRON & IIOBSON,
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors.
No. 822 id J 824 Front Stmt Meraohls. Tenn
J. M. IKXKKKY. II. a WILKIN-. IIKXBY BANKS K. WILKIXSO
DOOKERY, WILKINSON & CO.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 360 Front Street, Up-Stalrs, MEMPHIS, TENN
ADVAM!ir.hl M A t 10 IV fAMlt.
Mullins & Yonge,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
No. 230 Front Street, Memphis, Tena.
w. . Mrt.i.1
m. a. nrrittaoHii
W. U. JOVNMS,
V, V. S ihhii rim 11,
J. 0. Cot,
OILS, RAILWAY AND MILL
lalhrr and fliim Ilalllna Manilla, glstl
Tarrr l Slut Wlr Roimv Tackls lllinAa Una.
px-r lli4 ami Pucking, l ip "tram I ts-
ilt.tra. n Innirs, l.usrtators luapirstnrs,
8ifara (l.tuesa Vstor lstirs, (Vttua Waata,
t il. it, na rar, nnaiti, isr, ilacnnf
l' ifir. Ho .linn I'alnla. Tarrril I'aaar, Mill
li id pa, I'alnls, Yarn. aura. Drunks, aai
ttsrtlilng that a MU1 uaA