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TIIE MEMPHIS APPEAL: FRIDAY. MAY 17. 1889.
LOST BY COSTLY ERRORS.
SAUBWINE PITCHES A GOOD GAMS
BUT IS POORLY SUPPORTED.
Bolland'a Miserable Work In Short Field
Bauswlna Hlmaelf Malta Two Ugly
Wild Throws Tha Naw Grounds Bet
ter Than the Old.
Costly errors by Holland and Bnuswlne
lost Memphis the game yeslorday in tlio
fifth iiminj?, when he score stood 0 to 1 in
favor ol the home teuin. Alter that Hol
land was taken out and Riddle substituted
ut third, but the mischief had been done
mid could not bo repaired. Chattanooga
put up a new bidtory, tho two Fords. V.
Ford, the pitcher, pitched good bull, and
was well supported behind the but and in
the field. lie needs prodding up, how
ever, and is entirely too slow and delib
erate in his action, lie watches bases
closely, but loses too much timo in making
feints of throws to bases. The spectators
. irlio pay their money to see a gamo of ball
Lave some rights which even a pitcher is
bound to respect, and one of their rights is
to havo the pitcher use due diligence in
delivering tho ball. This Mr. Ford docs
not do. lie looks at first, turns his eye in
the direction of the batter, then throws tho
ball two or three times to first to catch
the occupant napping, then he does tho
name thing in the direction of second, and
ho keeps tiiis thing up throughout tho
gaum w ithout ever catching a man olT his
nine. Tho crowd got very tired (if hiui
yesterday. Tho following is a detailed ac
count of 'how tho runs were scored:
In tho (list inning Miller hit safo to left
field, went to third on Jlmixwine's wild
throw to second, and scored on Toohny's
hit to third, who iielded the ball to Unit
iuHlcad of to tho tlato.
In the third inning Memphis knocked
out his runs. Oruuhck got tour bulls.
Mcllride uindo a lucky hit in front of pinto
and bout the ball to lirst, lirnuliclc going
to second. Caddy's triple brought in Mo
Undo and liniu'.ick. Kelly went out to
short. Roderick's singlo brought in Cos
sidy, and the former scored on Crnso's
triple, llauswitio'a triple brought C'ruso
across the plate. lUicius's aucrilice to
rifcht field pulled iu UaiDtwinu. Holland
Vent out to pitcher.
Neither nido scored until tho fifth inning,
when Ford got his bane on balls and got to
second on Miller s single. McLoy then
flied to pitcher and Kurd played off sec
ond. lluiiHwino threw wild to Criiao and
McCoy's sinirle brought Miller and Ford
lioine. Tlio other Ford hit to second, re
tiring McCoy. Tooliey hit to short ston,
who threw wild to second, Ford going to
third. Murray's sioirlo to center cnahlod
Ford and Toohey to score. Hotaling's
singlo scored Murrnv. 1 Milling wont to
third on another wild throw to second by
I'.uunwinc. Nun hit to Holland, who
threw wild toUrsulick. llotiiling scoring.
Villi Ford at the Iwt N ukx corei on a w ild
pitch. Ford got four balls, but Miller re
tiro! tho side ou strikes.
In the next inningChattnnoogainrrenxed
lier lead by three. McCoy hit safe to left
field, ass advunccd to seconj on Ford's
bit and scon! on llaiiswinu's wild throw
to M'cond. Tcohey hit wife. to rizht Hold.
slurry went out to CWady, but Ford and
Toohey scored on tho play, llotaling hit
aafo to leftllehl, Nti-z struck out, Applo-
pite hit to third and uietl nt tiraL
Memphis scored one in tho seventh inn'
In, Kelly got four lialln. stolo second and
scored on llnunw ine's hit pant third base.
In Ilia ninth tuning IJuimw. ine gil four
bnlia, went to second on IC-criua s hit to
right held and scored on Urnulu k's bit.
orni iu m one
MKMi'iua, a. n.H.'r o. a. a.
Melin.le, I. I.v 12 10 0
r..i). i u.. ii7oo
KH.r.rl . 10 10 0
Ym rvl. t. I 1 I 0 0
liui.il. I 2 I 2 1
JIhii p . 2 2 0 IS X
llel.4 h . 0IIS 0
ll.tlll,. l. 0 0 0 0 S
.rul,ik,r.. I 1 II I 0
Jtldilie, a. a... 0 0 0 1 0
TMnla S II V 11 7
riuTTAKinio. a n r.o. a. a.
XHIcr, a. .... 1111 0
)l.er,U.. 1 2 2 4 0
i.nl. r till I
iu..ir. 1. 1 i I 1 o o
l Iff rv. lb 1114 0
llirt illhu. C. f ........- 1110 0
hu. I !...... 1 S 14 0 I
Api.trraw. f. (... 0 0 0 0 O
1 :wr, p.... I 0 I S 0
T..ul II 10 17 20 1
l.-.l.la 0 0 1 I
Sr.mmary: F-amed runs Memphis 0,
rbillanooira 4. Two bato lilts Cuwisdy,
BiiHWine, Three baso hits Ciuao,
Bavncaino. Pao on bulls Hauswino 4,
5ord H Ionblo plavs ronl, McCo1
and Num. I -eft nn banes Memphis
IbaltiiniKs 11. Wild Pitches Buuawine
1. Ford 1. Timo of name Tao hours
aw' vn minutes. Umpire Carr.
Thr Um latalajr.
.ho game will le called at 3 30 o'cloik
w.tu. today, to allow tho Cliattauoogns to
vcli thn train for New Orleans. This
will irivu the anectators gains of alxiut
one hour, Tn A iikal reHftfully sub
lulu that such treatment from viiling
cIiiIm is not fair to the public aud should
not i lolemted by tho iiiitnageincnt. The
following players will romporo the teams:
Mruchla. r.llill. (hollailiwa.
SiMih I mh.T. K ar
i.tu.iii, h ( ai hi r 'l:,
l ir.l Imvr .... - N'4
-r,i., .-'"n-l Iiim M.h fr
llwlii. 1 tr. -...Mlirrar
ll,,.l, r.. k llutM II. Il I .T.I
V.. H ...... tin f i l.l.... ..llitlllll
ii. ii. i.rii n, i.l ......... I'-'ii' t
lluiumil' -Miurt aKii.....M. Milivr
hnrlMlaa a. Illrmlasham 4,
fun lal IXaiiabbloIha Apiml.
BittMi.HuiiAM, Ala., May ia-Tlio game
of hull this afternoon w as a slight iinprovo
ln nl over tho record for tho pant week,
The homo club pi yed decidedly stronger.
MiCiillough piti ho I for Ihoiu and Staple-
ton was In the lo lor the viailors. Hie
atleiidanca waa small and the stum was 8
to 4, in favor of tho Sea (iulls.
rn ial acosr-
sivisiiSA. s. an.' r.o a. a.
t 'sniiKiiifh. L I 0 I B 0 0
llsc I 0 V 0 I
lllla.lb... I I I 0 0
P.li.r, I b 0 0 II 0 I
Farrvll, 1 b...- t J J J 2
liMiiir. i ....... J J 4 i s
All'. m. a. ..... I
n.-niHT. r. i ooii o
Mri uiluuib. p...... .. 0 0 S S 0
a. c JL.: 1 i LJL J!
Tm1 4 1 ?l 17 10
: r -
rnAniionos. a S B r.o. a. a
Vh.lMi. ............... 0 t 4 I 0
a a...... 1(07 0
rii'-lminona, i b . t S I 4 2
pH.n. c I , . 12 10 0
II.him iMililer. 1 b.... I I 14 a a
(.ana. I I 1110 0
Uiiiai. r f 1 S 0 0 0
lintii-lralirrs, I . I J I I 0
llrWu,p . . 0 I 0
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tr --, , .,; riJ.-1..--,J l
tllimltwhaui I M I I I I I I- 4
Ih.lhaloB. I I I I I I I I '- I
Summary: F-urnod runs Illrininghsni
8, Charleston 1 Two-baso LiU-Aliisou,
Mills, Forroll, Gain and Brandenberg.
Base on called balls Off McCulloturh 3,
off Stapleton 3. Struck out By McCul-
lougn 3, :by rnaploton 3. rassed balls
Tnohy 2 Wild pitches McCullough 1.
lilt by pitched ball O'Kourke. Time ot
cnnie One hour and thirty minutes.
Kew Orleans . Atlanta 8.
Sppotal rlvutcb to The AppoaL
JNkw Ouleans, La., May 16. Today
game was witnessed by a small crowd, and
was of tho exasoeratiug kind. Jtoituer
the nbsenco of McOuirk nor tho rotiroment
of Ward could prevont New Orloans from
running away with Atlanta. The latter
were simply rattled, and Xew Orleans got
a big lead.'thcreforo the visitors settled
dowu to work. Pender hurt his hand try
ing to stop a hot liner bit by rolhomus,
and Shea pitched tho last five innings.
He was quite effective, but somewhat
wild, uud with Hocnemnn's inability to
throw, tho Pelicans wore enabled to con
tinuo getting runs. Tho featuies of the
fame were ltowie's third baso work and
lollnnd's short stop play, wirli the way
in which bchachcrn covered urst lu Mc
U link's plueo.
HKW OHI.KANS. B. Ml r.O. A. H.
rolhfnitta, t !...... 18 10 0
I low la, 1 b 1117 0
Holland, as 10 12 0
l'owi-11, r. I 'J 1 0 0 0
W ard, i b.... 0 12 10
Huston, a b 10 10 1
wlwi lieni. I b 0 0 110 0
Kalii.m. L I 110 1 1
hilw!,c - - 1 0 S 1 1
IVll,p . 12 14 0
Tnti. ... t t i7nr t
ATI. A NT R. n.H r.o. a. b,
Howe, it .,. 1 0 1 ( 0
HH rltiij. L f ..... 0 10 0 0
KluK.lev.a b ........... 0 2 4 1 2
Mwi, thii i) 0 114 0
iMnrxvcA 2li. 114 1 1
Itoni'iimnu, r I., 1 b i. c 0 14 1 2
Wuliiii, lli.... 0 0 II 0 0
lliirii.cl 0 0 10 0
IVii'lcr.p Jt r. !.-... 0 2 11 2
Jlotala 1 K 7
New drlvuiu.. 0 0 4 1 1 0 0 1 1-9
Atlanta 0 0 0 ' 0 1 0 0 12
Buininiirv: KHmcd runs Now Orleans
1, Atlanta 0. Two-huso bits Sterling.
Three-bane hits Petty. Stolen bases
Powell :i, Polhciuus 2, Fuuinn, liowio,
Holland, HiiCHlon, Spice, Kingxlcy.tjuinn.
Houblo plays Holland mid Schachern,
liowio and Schaehern. 1 linos on bulls
Off Petty 1, off Ponder 1, oil Shea 4.
Struck out IKiwiu 2, Spiot, Shea 2.
IWscd halls Spico, Shea 2, Howsc, Hone
man. Wild pitches Petty 2, Shea 1.
Timo of game Two hours Umpire
Nlnndlna of ba l.aaa.
1. New Orlt'Mii...
4, I linttatliHiiia.,.
0. lliriiiiuuliiim ..
Boston 14, Pittsburg 4.
St. I)iiis U, Brooklyn 7.
Cincinnati 4, Bultinore 2.
New York 0, Cleveland 3.
Columbus 10, Louisville 0.
Kansas City 17, Athletics 0.
Philadelphia 1(1, Chicago 12.
Wssbinglon 3, Iudiunaolis 1.
Hoi. lano probably won his releaso yes
Oi.i.is BiAan, once with Nashville, is
captain of the Cincinnati.
BiiorTimm hit a ball over tho center
field fence a. Washington, last Monday, a
lest that lias never beloro been accom
Bhoiikrk a fell asleep on third base yes
terday and was put out. This is tho sec
ond ti mo he ha becu cutight thai way.
Wuko up, Broderick.
Fpiiik Knoi kk has a brother who is
pitching for the Heading (Pa.) club. Ho
shut Charley Mason's Philadelphia (iiunts
out without a nil roconuy.
Cait. Iiii w, supimjho you try a fine oc
casionally. Baiuiwina dusorvua a $.'0 flue
for lua cureless throws to second vefler
day. There is no excuse for such work.
Tiis now grounds are bolter than the
old, but the grand stand niwds finishing
touches, (julics ouiiht not to lo com
relied to set bolt upright for two hours
without some supiort to their backs.
HoTAi.no, the new Chultanooira man.
playod with Savannah soma years ago. Ho
is Inclined to bo noisy, aud is a great
kicker. lie male woro fuss yesterday
than all the rest ol the nlno put together.
Von nrh Ami sars: "I'm not a 'ahum p.
I'm still dcr bom of der club, and 1 ain't
oing to let no newspaiers run it for mo,
if 1 had tny way some of der news
papers in St. Louis would givo up their
Tuiioicii some miHiindcrstanding tlio
Puminy Line couductors charged It) cents
yenterday inatead ol & cents fur faro to tho
ball park. iohir there will lo tliroe ft-
cent trains, at 3 JO p.m.. Hit p.m. aud
4.20 p.m. recclivcly.
Tin national eauio boa already com
menerd to boom in Fnirlunl. aud several
liiatcl.es have taken place Ixitwevn nines
made up of cricketers. r.otcr Monday at
lA-vton M. r. lletusnlne defeated C. U
1. Ysscy's uino by a score of 21 to IS.
Pknny s batting record airainst Pitts
burg on May 4 has rarely Imvii eouuled In
a Iugll0 ColltcaL Out of six limes St tho
bat he made four singles, a double and
home run. They weru all hard, line hits,
not scratches, snd wcro made when men
were on bases, his home run drive seuding
In three runs aheai ol him.
I Cotn v Amflina, dearwt, have
you vet Used iiKn the day that is to make
mo the lianpieot ol men; Aniieliiiii lea.
Iteeitiulil. tlie l.nh of next month Is my
birthday, and how appropriate it would bo
to havo our wruiiing lay on tlio same
date. Does that ilny suit yon? Io C
Well, no, not ouile so well as some other,
You eo there is to tie a leneue itame
played on thai day, snd 1 wouldn't like to
UIIS IU jMtlijrt,
W hsve Just received a burge load of
rittsburg tiss toks, very line, J'lttshurg
snt Anthracite Coal and Ash and Oak
Wood. C. II. Bars A Co.
Iba flml Is Alatara Ilia I N.a.MI
Wa hnndlo only the bel trradi of Hum
fur stnvt sprinkling, and havo a larire,
fresh slock, which wa am Belling at l very
Closo margin, lictijicctiuiiy.
J. A. IIaii.xt k Co.
Orriraa furnlabed w itli towel rack. comb,
brush and clean towel every morning for
z.) cenis xr wees, by Aiempnis btcsin
Laundry. Ornament to any olliee.
T)m tliiania Aniyi .f Kv,lia
tiaa nfrfnf.fl a ilrnlal nfli nn NiraM f
" ' " ' W.... ' VH " I ... ,
ml I nliin Itmtli am ..m. rin, Iftt
f.ltitt-JI for 2.V ntl ran l.nv flat av.irlli
at r. ui vigns a,
THORNDYKE RICE DEAD.
THB NEW APPOINTED MINISTER TO
BOSSIA DEPARTS THI3 LIFE.
Els Dsatta Was Very Budden. Unlooked
For and Was the Besult of a Throat
Affection He Was About "to Sail For
Bis Post of Duty.
Nsw YotiK, May 10. Allen Thorndvko
Rice, tho newly-opiioiiited Miuister to Bus-
sia, died suddenly this morning, at tho
I'llth Avenue Hotel, where ho wusaguesU
Mr. Pico had bcou so tiering from a throat
affection for a few davs past, but was not
supposed to bo In any danger. Ho intended
to sail for Luropo yestorduy in tho Inmnn
steamer City of Paris, but was compelled
to Uelny bis departure, ow ing to Bickness.
Mr. Pico died nt 3:30 o'clock this morn
ing. There were with him at tho tiiuo o
bis death, James Surgunt, his valet of
twenty yenrs atanding; Henry Crisp, an
xpenenced nurso: Dr. C.oldthwuito and
Dr. Fuller, who had been iu attendanco
upon him for somo lime past. Dr. Fuller
gives tho following history of tho cose:
Air. Kice has been ill duriiiz the entire
spring, having been generally run down
irom overwork in preparing to go abroad.
lie took to bis bod threo or four ilavs ago.
sutlering from tonsilitis. Ilia tonails had
formerly mvon him considerable trouble
and had been clipped. There was a cer
tain amount of ulceration apparent with
symptoms of quinsy. Tlio cane hal not
ieen considered danircrous. howover.
even up to 1 1 o'clock laxt night. Monday
was his worst dav. On luesday umht the
abscess begun to dircharito and ho felt a
great deal of relief. Tho patient's tem
perature foil and bis condition aniieared
to bo favorable. Ho also had a good ap
petite. Dr. Fuller adds that Mr. Kice s
nurse was an excellent one and that nil
was dune for the sick man that was ion-
si I lo. Tlio nurso says that at 1 o'clock
this mornina when only ho and
tho valet were with the patient, Mr. Kice
expectorated some phlegm or pus, felt
greatly relieved snd went to sleep. At
about 2 o'clock the nurso endeavored to
awaken him to allow more phlegm to bo
airtchurgcd, but was unablo to wako him.
SarKcnt, tho valet, made all hiislotoDr.
fuller and Dr. doldlbwaito : was also
summoned. Tlio latter reached tho sick
room Urst and tried in vain to awaken tho
ntient. When Dr. Fuller arrived, they
united their efforts with tho same result.
Mr. Pico died withiu ten minutes later.
Dr. Fuller suvs the clotlis swelled sudden
ly and shut off the breath. Such caws tiro
of very rare occurrence and iu this in
stance was unlocked lor, though every
irecaution bad been taken. Mr. Pice's
umraire hal partly been sent abroad.
1'r. Fuller had expected ho would lie able
to sail ou Saturday.
UISSED THB TRAIN.
The Transfer Buases Fall to Make Con
nection With Passengers.
This time the Frenchman did uot sail In
Freedom's namo to suiito the Algeriue.
Ho did not sail at all. He was a land lub
ber aud ploughed tho raging mainland on
a railroad. Ho purchased a ticket to the
Lono Star Stato from tho agent of tho
Memphis k Charleston Kail road in Chat
tanooga. His through ticket meant trans
fer charges in Memphis and all necessary
transportation to where tho mesmite grass
waves in grandeur and the cactus so in
vitingly invites thoso who sit down ou it
to get up it meant tranapoitntjon to aud
through tho rolling prairies of Texas, far
out upon tho borders thereof where civili
sation and savagery are struggling, and
w here tlio staccato of tho cowboy's pistol
is beard announcing the early con
struction of a new made grave. He
came to Memphis all right and hero took
pamage in one of ' ' Tlio
colored Jehu who was on the roof snd cac
taiu of tho craft drove srouml town with
perfect nonchalance. Ho reined up at two
or three lioieis, umpiwa passengers Here
aud there at various iMutnlini'-lioiises.tlieu
uopiicd his w hip snd drove to tho depot
as the train led (or Texas, arriving there
u.tl three mi n ii tea lato. 1 lie distinguished
gentleman from tiaul was coolly mlornied
that another train would leave st 10
o'clock at nitfht, M. Mulercux do ljuil-
buto was wrslhy. When a Frenchman
gi ts mad he gets mad all over. Hoanatho
niHliaod tho lens driver, thn transfer com
pany, Ilia railroads snd mankind in gen
eral. He talked with fervor partly and
uully with bis hands, and uuburdeued
himself to an A rent, reiiortor. His
ticket did not give him the privilege ol
laying over and ho feared he would have
to purchase another ono.
l ou ran go right along on your ticket
on thn next train," suggested a oliceiiian.
ous s vex tort, mon ami, so coiiduct-
aira will in' Sucre a term and make ma
walk stir In cheinln d' ferre."
In pure Parisian style, free from vulgar
patois, the olhcer roaoii(lol: "liivl a
I'we that volts aves nn ticket and if ho will
not let you rido you will donnsy I'we a coo
d ieysy and send him au ioi,ii.
A Simla of joyjovcrxprcsd Mr. (Jollhuto'a
face iu finding not only a friend, but one
w ho could six'sk Ins own luniriinire Willi
idiomatic richiiess and cluwicul accuracy,
and ho immediately and without thinking
said: "Voules vous prend tin coup-'"
Cerlainineiit, moiisheer, said Ihooin
ccr, ' jaw voo I liuiln do old Ksintuck -
Boiirlsm. Oul, cum do rsnton! ion can
rido hulu! Bonno Kanto? Hero's look
ing st you!"
I lua cvMenco ol socmbih'y msde Mr.
Quilbuto feel more emlmngpong, ricksaiiay
and altou-etlier more contented with the
wide, wide world that pneompasned him
around sIhiiiI oncyety side. Ho converged
freely, every now snd then interpoaing to
at stieudiint tho order "F.ncore!" which
mesiia, tho otlicer says, in our spa'tcrtng
l'.iiL'hli. Don I rniir In the back urivur
Ixitlloon us this pop." Ho had three or
four frinnds with buu ib-'f'rn similarly
served by tho . .' and finally
tho I'srty concluded to demand expemcs
from the proprietor and tho transfer
bu-acs. They left lust night for Texas.
MIlMlil I wdrrwrllrra Im Balaia.
Sp'ial Pupali b to Tbn Al al.
Xr.w Oiii.xams, Ij May 1(1. A 7"i(i'
Anx-nrf spcciul from Psxs Christian says:
The MissiAsippI Underwriter's Aswociutiun
is in session hero. A full understanding
wa' niched on tho following points: Fx-
ccutivo CoMimittea apHiiited and in
(limi ted to iiiNpect sll towns in tho Stato
durinif the coiinnit vear, to make Carelul
examination of Ptviniwa and re-rato coats
of iiLuruiu-e. Conditional ten per cent
rebiitn ordered made at Vii ksburg and
Jackson ordered ro rated by commiliees.
lka WhIhi IHalllUra Trail,
PiioniA, III., May 10. Tho annual eleo-
linn of olhcrrs of the Western Distillers
and f'atila Ficilero Trust occurred yester-
ilnv. Tho old ollloirs were ro-electoJ, as
follows: Pn-aident, Joseph II. lirretiliul;
Vice-President, Adolph Woolner; Kecn
tsry, lieorge J. iilon, all of I'eoris;
Treasurer, Win. Hobart, of Cincinnati.
Only routiue business wss transacted.
Lakiws a 12.00 Hat for 2.'sj at F. Ia-
SILVER MOON FLOUR
NEW ROE HERRING.
BALDWIN KNOWLTON & LAKE
The Largest Stock
Screen Wire la tbe
387-389 MAIN STREET.
fine Cutlery, Etc.
At Bottom Pi-leas.
Tbe Cheapest and
CUT to llnro Tniir
Hcrren ltnra and
V liiiluwa Slutla.
387-389 MAIN STREET.
SEND FOR PRICES
OP MASON'S FRUIT JARS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS AND FLY
Floyd & Co.
LAMPS AND TINWARE A SPECIALTY.
IMPORTERS OK FRENCH CHINA AND ENGLISH IRON
J. M. DOCKERY. II. II. W1I.XINHON.
DOCKERY, WILKINSON & CO.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 360 Front Street,
AJJVjsNUir.H MADIli IN PAHII.
T a is Ihcheubschnr wss arretted yes
terday on a charge, of mife-alilppiug.
'Chimes of Normsndy" sgain toniuht,
with Miss Courtney Thomas as (termsine.
MarshalH'leet J. . Prown has com
pleted his bond, and will qualify tomor
row. Tho Cotton Hovers Association w ill hold
a buainens meeting at 10 o'clock this morn
ing in the committee rooms of the Cotton
tireen Little ami AMicrt Cobb, two coU
ored hackmen, had a bvelr set to in the
alley nesr l.uehruiann's Hotel yesterday.
llio pair was arresleO.
A reduction in the price of making costs
at tho tin lor 1 11 g ratnblishmcnt of K. MagT
caused a cessation of neollo plying liy
tweiity.flve employes yestnnlay.
All lueiulM'rs snd friends inlorraled in
the siiccoMS of the Free Kindergarten As
sociation are most earnestly reouealed to
meet this afternoon at 3.:t) o clock, in
parlor K Monroe street, for the transac
tion of imiortanl busiuetts.
HierilT McIcndon served the writ of
nuxter mentioned so pmiiiincutly in Tits
A ITS A I, on JuiU'e PulloaiiTeslerilsycvrn-
im.'. snd left His Honor a cony. Hie
Mieriir wss panting like a lirard when he
got through, but tlie Juilgo was unrutllo.l.
Ir. J. W. Ingram, pastor of the Linden
street Christian Church, and his ciilimsblu
My were tendered a reception last even
ing at their residence, . f37 Mielby
street. The congregation and friends of
tho esteemed pastor anil his wife were
iresent in force, and Uis.lo the cvuuing
The asMMwinent U: ll.s present year will
bo completed on the " Id Inst., Soon after
which data the llojinl of Litiallbiltou will
sit aud hear prayerful protests. Thus far
but oue oualilled riiiM'ii naa neen loumi
w ho would roiiM'iit to serve, yis.. Mr. I
I. Mrtiowan. It is not a desirahlo olliee.
There have lx-en few material chauges
Iroin lust year's sewinent.
Tho Inccrnomloniof the Memphis Grand
Oera-Hoiike Comi'iiuy hsve organin-d
umler tlieir ibsiter by cii-cung llio loiiow
lug ofllira: W. I. I'-'tbell, preald. nl;
Nolsnd l'ontaine, iii-president; . M.
Snoed. troiuiurer: I'.. IU ilioiuns.secretarr.
Tho follow iug building roimnilliii wns ni-
pointed: J. H. Menken, h. II. I'.rooks, A,
It. TrealelL A commute on constitu
tion and by-laws wua also sppoiuteiU
The Cotton Ltehamia nien went bnrbe.
cuing out soins riglil miles on llio Miuis
sippi A Tennivux'o Ciilrosd veatcrJuy,
Where lliev dined Si lfiil on liariHt'Uml
pig, goat, laiuh, fos I and sm li gauiti as was
in season, sniM- 1. L.t, aiiiiuner dm k, etc.
Tho menu iuclod-l Inpii I10I many colors,
well waler. dry rlmmi'ivi"', rlarel, lager,
IWuaa sle, buttermilk mi I slswat-r. it
wss tliesnnusl haU- lie and was fully en
Joyed by the boys.
Him MaaliMB's Korllal.
Miss Carrie M. Keating will give her
annual recital next Monday night at the
ball of the Young Men's Hebrew Associa
tion, on which ocra-ioii she will bo assist
ed by the Wsgnr-r quartet Club and her
own nuiiils. wliin i.roli lenry, somarke.l.
is already well known to tbo public. Tho
nrosrain will Im one of it'cat iuUrust,
astMscially to lha relulive ami Iriends of
the nnnils whose i.r.vnKS hss leen so
keenly discmaami. liikets can be bad at
K VVilsinann A(;.'s. --'I rwoml atrecl;
price 7J oents. fo n-served seals.
Is' I bi your giu boiiai s In thn Citisnns
lnsursncsj comaiiy. No i Madison straot.
. a. 1
La iiits, see V. Uvigne'a iic (lata. They
are worth liUi.
Green, Drab and
Door and Window
Spring lllitgtia, Door
Pulla ami t'aliiira.
HENRY nANK K. WILKINHOM.
Up-Stairs, MEMPHIS, TENN
' Miss Katir fwim, of llolivsr, isvlaiting
Mrs. J. N. Martin on Madia.ui Mni'L
Mua A. I'liiuiMiM Jou left oil Wednes
day for tho I at, to be alcul until N j
teiiitwr or tictoiM-r.
Wu. Kuai'ss. who wotitly sailed
f.,r r.uroiM lo imrsiio his medical studies.
cshlc graphs Ins safe arrival at Antwerp.
Owr Mr.nKiwi.Tiir.n, Civil r.ngnimT,
led yestefilny eveninir lo viait his brtlii-r,
Major .Minor .Mcrriwuiner, in M. inuis.
Ciu Itoi oiiton. of Knoxville, with bis
aril., aii.l rliit.l. lefl veaterdiiv on a lour of
Iileasuro for Kin Frsucisco aud the l'aeillc
Jmn IL Fairs, who wss married ves-
tenlsy nesr Springdalo to Miss India Ii.
W'niaion. left with his bride for Niairsra
Falls yenlerilny over lliu Iron MouuUiin.
Carr. 1. l, FioramT, wife ami niecn,
from Meridian. Miss.; Mrs. T. P. 1'illiaid.
Tifito, Mins.! V, K. hi an ton, Fortrena
Monroe, Vs.; Mm. Judge Kvsns, Colinn
luia, Mins., nro the guests of Y. b. Klautoii,
lii'.l llermoliil MreeU
KIOIIT CABEHI E1QUT OABKHI
ConUlnlna Over 60,000, OO.CKX) Im
Have been received bv ut diroct from
Havana, tlinmgh tho Meinpbis Custom
House, during tlio past week; among
which sra liiligencias, Henry Clsys,
Flor do raine1ain snd many other eouslly
line and standard brands. We are I be
only firm iu Memphis who receivo fro
qticul shipmenls of Imported cigars ntid
our patrons sro therefore enabled to get
only frrnh cigars from us.
I. hMirijuis A. In,
The Hirert liiiarters of Meinpbis.
P. H.-Wo Sell biiMdiall tickets.
Tiis Southern Trmt Company otTers its
services in pn iirmg loins on Memphis
teal eaUlo at low rules of in threat.
(Ihiiir Nsahvillu ('renin from Jacob
H'i(ell, telephone 11 , or C. J. Fallow,
tel. . bono I, I IX The brat ill the city.
H l III A' At lit. is' nll"tiif, mrn.-r ( l-la
aao a.f.nie ami I'M-iuii air..l, l.,rl I'likcriiia.
W.-lilar, M.i 1 1, !.. al Aucl.a k in.. At .1
tiNk lit i su . at" i )cr.
l ion r.it (nun n-M. ik lliia (I KIHA V) itmrn!ii(
al5o 'l'k. IU-Ulrul 1 f ik la Utt al HU Jim Ii a
llmn h al V u u clia k. rrivmla alel riiialnt
aiirca anj liilln lo ail.ti4.
W(Hil At lamllr ttvl.lMui. Nn. IS Ark.ti.a.
at.'iiii.t, lli.i.ilav.'tetiiiia. .,ir Is. Ii, I'lii-a. .1.
t !, at',.1 lilu .ilia )r.it. Ul ..I 1 1- Mi.l4i l
A IniiM' -T llallr'M l. I luiikavllle ami runakli
l. .iih.1 -a r .l. aMi ee.y J
liliiiral limii ml.triiro Uila (FllltlAV) stlrr
noun al 'J nu o rim k . arr,,.ai a Knwnli H l!it
(hunhal Snrl.ak. I'rauJa sail wUaliiUiiiii
liullnl l all.'inl.
hul'l r.-Hia lunrral of lllinil. ailu nl
W illlam a Itrimi will laka pta ln lainllr r !
drnr. No V7 M.Miriw airw l. It. la 1M.II1AV1 alter
ihmii at J ai 't l.a k. KrliU'la ul ll.a tauillr Int llvU
Hi i.a-ra S...I meirtlwra am
rv..Mtrn ui alt.-. i.l s aiail ..t.ii.iiirilr-s
1 1. HI ol tlx ir IiIk lilts HIIIA vrrt,
Ini al a 11, 1. Ultln aul re.lJuul bn lliteii
sir iraur.mil lufiicn.
Hv el-r Ml I. TOM II. I'llHK, W. V
AO. at Mens B Cl'nax. Iw rnur.
PHINIX WIRE WORKS.
Screen Wira Doors 1 Windows
a-r..llmat.a fiiml.bad and Klr.l I .u Hntk al
ttaaaonablM Print OuamaliL
062 FRONT BT. Tolephono L3il
ORGILL BROS. & CO.
213 AND 312 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
Avery Cotton Scrapers, Mitchell Cotton Scrapen
Randolph Cultivators, Side and V Harrows,
HANDLED AND EYE HOES
THOMAS HAY RAKES
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE.
DESJAROINS, MILLER & HAWKINS
394 & 398 MAIN STREET. - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Chloftaln Hay Rako, Bunaor Hunter, Oampboll Cora Drl'.l,
Door and Window Screens, Galvanized Poultry Netting
t. r ViMvart. Tow. Orrsm Froonnra. ITnnlnd urirl Rvo ITom.
TOM flAt W,
Lemmon & Gale Company,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Not. 320 and 323 Main Stroet, Memphis, Tana
TOM (.At K.
W It MlMltf,
n. U ULCKINtiMSIt
l.i'LU Hanm fh, II. (1. Mit t an, V, W. S.'iiooi.risi.n, J. (). Cut,
I'lfaiilfiiU Viir rix".ij'ti(. Trt-usiiror. Sirri'tar
TIIE SCllOOLFiELD-UANAUER CO.,
(Sui.TM.trs lo HCIIOOI KIKI.D, llASAUr.lt A CO )
AND COTTON FACTORS,
200 and 258 FRONT STREET. - - - MEMPHIS, TENN
i.oms HASAcr.n, v. w. m uo ii.i-ir.i.n. a. miller
w 11 mim th n t Briuioi riri.n.
Klil'AllI.lMlIICO lHIU. INC'UKI'OKATKU tHwa.
George Arnold Company,
Dcahrs in Railroad and Lovco Contractor Supplios.
3G4 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
0E0. AUNOLD, Prpa't K HUI.ARI, Vl.-a I'r a t J. J. OATT, rWI'jr snd Trss,
W. O. 'LYNX. C. t. Dili A II .VS. A. A. Alt NOLI).
M. GAVIN & CO.
WIIOI.IiSAI.!' GROCI-RS. COTTON FACTORS
AND COMMIdtilON MERCHANTS.
Nos. 232 anil 234 I:ront Strict, Memphis, Tennessee
i'.i:rvKi:x adah axi jkih:I!x.
Mr. I. X. II A INKY ili-mli Ilia linlr llit. In Hi.' snitMiik' ami tuiln if (i)TTt.iN cunal g US
tu our 1 lii.ri'. I 1. II. ill Wfiri'liutiM', l u-1. 1 ii-t, n SinrL
J. T. l.a I'll A II.
LaPKADE, McGRATlI & CO.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. S04 FRONT STREET. 1 1 1 1 : MEMPHIS. TENN.
TIIK r.MKl:.l(.XKU WILL Or l lilt AT JTIII.HT AniMX o.v
Tuesday, May 28, 1SS9,
at 11 o'. lick 111., ou Ilia stiutliaral r.irnrr of Msln stul Matliaoil sliwla. Ilia following
Mi.' I-Tltp Iwo vnltislils llirro alnry lirl. lc alnrr ln.n-a .limit on lli Kiiillirs't n.rn.'
of riiimi sml Krottl attwia. ami kti.iwii si Noa. ati.l Jl'i front alriTt, rh ol siilj itorva
Im'Iiii' Imill ni.oli s Ini l1,!"" .
Nil. J-Tii llnr l.rli k .,n. Ii..n. Iwo storlra lilirli. aitiisla on Die anulln-S"! c.rtirr ol
IUmIo ami Mirll.jr aim la. sn.l known sa N.. anJ lU-ala- ali.fl. i U' ll Mu wliitli lh
nlH.tr ainrp Iioiim a sri Imlll iit.'iiiir Mmsi fii-l.
Nil. 3 Tsut.nti-alortr fraiti.t mtlsip-s, r.intiilnlnil flv rM.ma t si-li, willi iiilliOilars , rto.,
1 1 mil.' on Hi aula- of Mmlliy atnt-Usn.1 klioan h Sa. .ll snJ uiilMnflbjr slnl. Tut
i. iiihiii mIii. Ii llir liotiM-a aluinl in.wtir ra. Ii ill 7-l:'iUn Iwl.
Ir.llMH-Ons tlilnl ra.li; h.ilnii In onoamltmi )tsr villi 1 T o ul. Inl. rml. da.
f. rn'.l it iih iiU In l aocurr l by tlwtl of Iruat. Ti ll r cciiU ol urt;lius inuney Iu W
ji.tl on tli uruuiul.
All Inftirnmlloii cim I oblnltii J of
F. W. ROYSTER & CO., 291 Second St.
w. r. srnxica,
it. n. nnrKiNOHift
W. U. JUKMSkV
M. i. ( LAIlK
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