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THE MEMPHIS APPEAIit SUNDAY, MAY 19, 1SS9.'
FAVORITES TO THE FORE . &SSE&3?&JiZtl
inira lwce rive-tightus of
BADGB AND BRAVO AGAIN PROVE
THEMSELVES 80PERIOB BOSSES.
Louisville's Last Racing Day a Olnob
for the Local Turf Speculators A
Pine Field of Starters la the Latonla
Yestcrdny was anothor field Jay for the
level headed gpoctators who invested on
Louisvillo races and accopted Tim Ap
peal's tips as a guide. The tip named
V four firsts and two second1), and one of the
second horses Bottina paid two to ono
for a placo. The Derby pool rooai and the
I Turf KschanRO both got severely putn
I melted in straight beta and combinations.
I Tomorrow Latonia opens her regular
spring meeting and offers splendid board
for the venturesome to choose from. The
event of the day will of courso be the
Dorby, in which Como-to-Tuw, . Hindoo
craft, Lotion, Sportsman and other good
ones are engaged. In view of his per
formances at Louinville, Tun Appeal ex
pects to see the race go to Cotne-to-Taw,
chased in by Ilindoocraft.
The Chicago board also offers a fine com
pany of stum-re, particularly tlis race in
which Leo. II., ISankrupt and L'uito and
three others are engaged. The winner
will probablv be ono of the two first named.
Tho Hrooklyn board is as perploxing as
usual. Yesterday tho short lionies carried
olf the honors and the same thing is likely
to happen tomorrow.
The I.ntl Dny of Very Jitecssnfnl
"Louisville, Ky., May 18. Tho closing
races of the Louisville Jockey Club were
run at Churchill Downs today. Tho day
was flno and tho attendance about 0,000.
Tho track was quite dry and in excellent
condition, but not fosU Tho first tiino
during tho meeting tho favorites won
throughout. The mooting has been char
acterized by lnrge fluids of a good class of
horses, with close buxiucss and good timo.
The betting hu been heavy, tho assurance
that everything was fair proving a strong
attraction to high cliws lovers of tho sport.
The facilities have been amplo.
First ltace Maciiuloy handicap, $10
each, $400, all ages, one mile. Starters
I and odds: Wagratu 07, Finncgau, 30 to 1;
t Tenacity 03, Kay, 13 to 1; Comedy 110,
Mouhan, 4 to 1; rnibu 03, Freeman, 11
to 1; Valuable 110, Taral, 1 to 3. Valua
ble, un whipped, won by a length, Tenacity
orotic), Probus third. Timo 1:4.3.
Second Kaco Kentucky handicap; all
; ages; handicap sweepstakes, $100 each;
l ?i,5(i0 adled; second to reivlvu !?"00 and
1 1:0 per cunt, of stakes and a third of 10 per
v nnt- cf fitiilc.'K miltt iinil n n:i:irlir. Ktnrt-
Starters: Centaur, Civil Service, Ballarat,
Beliziarous, Houston, Flatbush, Lafuvorite
colt, Letola colt, Bullet colt, Lida. Bal
larat won in 1:02), Lida second, Houston
Fourth Ilaco Ono mile and a qnartor.
Starters: Reporter, Zonhyrus, Carroll,
Longstrect, Cynosure. Cynosure won in
2:10, Carroll second, Zephyrus third.
Fifth Knee Fife-eighths of a mile.
Starters: Folly, Kenwood, Riploy, Knby
Koyal, Foreigner, l'all Mall, Nomad, Ur
bana. Urbana won in 1:0!!J, Folly second
and Kenwood third. Urbana was dis
qualified for being fivo pounds short of
weight and the raco was given to Folly.
ISixth Kaco Three-fourths of a mile.
Starters: Ban Cloche, Tattler, Stonington,
Fenelon, Umpire, Young Duke, Village
Maid, Ban Box. Ban Clocho won in 1:14,'
Tattler second and tsloniugton third.
EN TltlCS FOR MONDAY,
First rtnoo Six furlonifi. Guanines 122. Jny F.
Pee I W, King Crnl
Civond Itai-e One ami one-eighth mllps. Kewlo
June U lHalilo II J. Honk-Iain' 1U3, U-hiftli 1U2,
Oli-llua '.is, llnn lster iw, Turouto mi.
Thlnl Km-o-KiVP fnr:oim. Italy, IV-ncflt, No
mail, Clitlw. oil, Mucilui.-, Tiiraioiitiir, Onwiinl,
l'ow Wow, Kliiutuuu 111 eituli, Uuaduiju 10S,
I'bnolie I us.
Kourili ILiro-On mile, 0llu lUn 110, Ik'lle
B 1" Kinikliiuo 110. IhiliomUii 1)0.
Klllh Haiti Ms f urlttiiKB. itoli Kurcy 1'.'2, T-
III lot I ', NiiiutnuUiii, Loiik Mnnil, lit-riiialuu, Blue
U'k, ItllilUtl 111 I'Hlil, Muuliltir- HA
hixili Kiu-Mllo mill a alxuvnth. Fenclnn,
IIhiiuhIiiiiIc, InrjH'Clor II, I.1111K Kuiulit Utf eiu-h,
(itmmnti) llj, kiug Idle 11 Luminary Hi, 8lUjle-
Chicago ltnc-n IHIctdny..
First Kaco Three-quarters of a mile;
handicap, for two year olds. Palisado first,
Amelia second, Jed third. Time 1:19.
Second Kaoo Three-quarters of a mile:
selling. Litllo Bess first. Jestio Mi-Ksrluud
second, Litbert third. Time 1:1!J.
Third Kaco One milo and a half. Inso
lence first, Arisli second, Big Three third.
Fourth ltace One milo. Catalino first,
Brewster second, Ulen lVarl third. Timo
Fifth Kacc Ono mile and a sixteenth;
selling. F.ndurcr first, lorn Stevens sec
ond, Unique third. Time 1:50.
Went Hide 1'ark l.ntrim.
Tho following entries for llio West Sido
Fark, Chicago, races wero posted last
night at tho Derby pool-room:
Klrt Knee Tliiw irnirtcr of a mile, telling
Kiilic H 1 1. Keiui Dlllunl ll;l, I ..I ilnro lit. M.k.ii.
nunc Hi), Mivvrinr Hus liiH'kWn li Hii, Cuiliariuu
H Hi.', DwIW-y Oak luj, Little Ho luJ, lUuio 1
lul, Mreia w.
n.oii.I itwe Three-nrnini'D in a nine, m-iiiiir.
lnilr F III, tihni.ro III, limn Hoy Un, Vivian ll'i.
Turn IVrlln Hii, (tauoxt Im, l ) mill i !', IVnrl C
ni, N liiHilinn.ii'r lu.;, Virginia liu, I.Uilu lilcun
1:42, Lotion, to the Boverwyck Stable, The
price is unaorsioou to be tlXX) lor both,
the sale to bo consummated after a trial.
Lotion is a bay fitly out of Via, by Long
fellow or Jils Johnson, and hor running
qualities only are sold. Lee Christy is a
colt by Longfellow, dam Littlo Famine
There Is a probability that beforo the
Brooklyn meeting is over a match raco bo
twoen Davis A Hall's Tatrocles mid J. J.
McCaflerty's Burch will bo decided. Mr.
MeCaQbrty is dissatisfied with tho defeat
Burch sullered by Fatrocles at Baltimore,
and has expressed himself to that cll'ect.
whilo Col. Hall is just as satihlied that
1'atroclcs can go out and do it again, Tho
IJwyer hearing of the argument have, so
it is claimed, olfered a purso of $1,000 for
the horses to cotno together, and if thoy
do both owners will put up a lot of money,
and a good raco will bo seen, as both
horses ure now at their best.
At Spokano Falls, W. T., Mr. A. A.
Newberry, president of tha Spokano
Falls Fair Association,' hist Wednes
day raised a fund for tho decoration of
Spokane, the winner of the Kentucky
Derby. In a letter to his owner, Nouh
Armstrong, on bohnlf of tho citizens ot
SjKikano Falls, President Newberry says
11. Y. Hemis, editor of tho Chicago Hum
imm, has been requested to purchase tho
finest horse equipment that can be pro
cured in tho Fast to decorato the gallant
steed whoso namo is typical of tho most
rapidly growinir t it v on the continent, tho
.1 .! ..1 I I l . I .1
piipuimmn oi w hich lias increiisja over
0,000 in three years.
"It Ir a furl thnt mnnv nf thn hi-st limiirt-
ctnry medicines of tlm duy." said the Into llr.
J. (i. ilollaiiil in Sunliiii-r .MiiKaziuo, ' are
more aui'i'ci.iful tliun nianv pliymrians, ami
most of them wi'M Unit illicnvcml or Used
III actual nieilical practice. When, however,
anv lircwil iht-oii, knowinir their virtue
THI? PtTHQ PVPHQITIflV season to dato foot np C(Ul,919 tons, this
illls 1AUIO UA1 UOllllM. being 5S0.510 iu excess of tho quantHy
that had gono forward by lake at tut) cor-
NO NBttiD OF
TAKE IT IN.
HURRY TO rosponding date last year.
The Machinery Has Not Yet 8tartsd
Mrs.' Margaret Sutllvan'a Conclusion
of tn Frenob, BngllsU and Amsrloan
and foreseeliitr tlicir populnrity, secures and
ailvertlies lliem, in tlie iipmiiiii oi mo IHK
otoil, oil virtue wont out of them." Failure
of eye.ipht, tickle nppetite, headache, ex
tri'iiie wakefulness, fruuiient desire to uri
nate, eseciuily at niiilit, uneluul failure of
MrciiKth and dropxicul iwcllinp. lliesoaro
s,riiilun of kidney tllsense. If you iick
li'et the svmploms von w ill eventually havo
ltri;lit' l)isease. Warner's Sufe t'uro is t tic
only ieeilic which has ever been discovered
for this disease. The lute lr. I'io Lewis,
over own iRiiaturo said: "If t found
myself tin victim of a serious kidney trouble,
1 won lit u so urn 'r hale I ure.
lltl HnllVHiMMl Ilia.
Ililnl Itmv One ann oneixieeiun irues.
rrs and Wlds:
( Isy Stockton
1-ivina Ih'IIo 113, Taral;
Ml,- Stevenson, 4 to 1;
i JMontroso no, i. wwis, - iu i:
V 1. Murnhv. 4 to 5: Hvpocrite 11.!. Barnes,
Htol. Wl:h a good' utart Clay Stockton
I got away first, llyxicrita sccc;iid, Badge
tliinL with the others close up. Stockton
! made the running nud insej tho stand
I threo ojx'ii lengths ahead of Montrose
5 mvond, Ilypocrito thitd, Badge fourth
t under a henvy pull. To tho quarter tho
1 only chango mis the gradual creeping up
1 of Stocktuii. At the hulf positions were
unchanged, but all closer li'gether. At
the turn (Stockton and Ilypocrito weru
feeling tho pace too much. H.nlo caino
forward atrillo hack and tho raco was with
MontroiH nt tho tlirec-nuaitein. Cum
ing homo Murphy fairly lified Badge un
der tho Mriug lirsl by a held, Montrose
second, three hnirtln ahead of 1-nviuia
lk llo third. Tiino-'.':0::i.
Third ltnce Sellinif: inirse. ? (00; seven
j fntlong. Staiters and odds: l.iwio Ik MJ,
1 tiouoluin, & to I; (iet lul, Freeman, 2't to
j J( Aim A. 10.'. Fox, H to 1; Bravo lltt,
J.irnes. 3 to &; iltidgclight 117, Lewis, S to
With Amos A. first, Bridgolight second
) tan! l.iuie B. third, Bravo ran fourth for
.' the first half iiiiIp; then lie began to eotuo
'up with Briugelight, leading hi in a half
i length, nnd passed Ainos; half down tho
j stretch ho paed Briilki'liKht and CAinn in
' winner handy by a lenitth; I'.ridgelight
i second, A mot A. thirl, a length, 'lime
J Fourth Race Soiling; pnme, $4is,
5 threcyear-olds and upward; beaten
I linrMw; six furlong Starters and odds:
1 . Walter II. 70. Ix?e. 6 to 1: Chas. Rood SO,
Tomlinson, 12 to I; Uxxio L. V Freeman,
4 to 1; Tudor IHk Stevenson, 10 to 3;
iwmita Boll, lUy, 2 to 1; Ben Ik lmi,
Thorp. 30 to 1. Tudor ran first from
start to finidi, winning easily by a length;
llonita Hell second, Charles Reed third.
Iiiii. Muie III. Iliru.- lm, fciulurvr lu;, I'atlnur
( tiiiuu-m Inn ii i'-'.
KiMinh l;mv line mile. I.ewlt (InrWe lift,
Tlmlt l.'X IUulnil lit. Mule l.'l, II 117.
Fitih li.iiv line rail niie-et:iiili unlit. Ilimlle.
Mnrlnw I: 7, Iri-li I'nl I n. Kliluu l., Kttlitrucy
l.H, liro) logic l.i.', Llmnn I.1".
t nmpbell Mnkes lurehnea.
Lorisvu.i.K, Ky., May IS. John Camp
bell, of Chicago, purchased from F. B.
Harper, of the Nanlura Farm, yesterday,
tho running qualities of tho live year-old
maro, aluaulo, uy len i.roeca, uaio
L.zio Stone, for $10,(H). On Thursday
ho bought the three-year-olds, Lotion and
1.-0 Christy, from Mr.' llarcr conditionally
UMn their allowing salitfactury trial. Tho
buriraui was consummated yeiterday by
('MinplM'll paying UH) for the pair,
l'roeiur Knott, Bryant says, will lie taken
to Chicago within iho next fortnight uud
prepared for tho Aimyicail Derby.
rrabnbla Winner Tomorrow.
I. A TO M A.
Flit r.nee-nr.in...li le. lb ulna.
oti'l Kjh snmrL Minli,
Hilnl It iix lii eiir, l inmr.
Fiiurlh ItAi e I iilm- lo Th, Long Fl-tt.
llllll KM-Kiluniillu, r-l:.niv.
Klrt Rare I'onlhsin. loii.r.iiit-e.
S4n1 Kiw-e -l!. le June, I'lut'lifc
Ihir.l Itaee rii'i-lw, liirmiicer.
l.iur'.h ldiro-IU'11 It, .rlii.Ml.II
1 II. h lli.v-l.olu llll L s.ill.lilne.
MMb U.ce-lii -l"r II, I -i mm kulkt
F!rl i:ief-Col. linn, (iovernnr.
h,,-.ili IUiiS?-lnS llov. 1)111.1111.
Tliii'l lire v-1 ii lun r. Inn II.
iinirtli l.ie iw. nk rtif ,t. I.e'i IL
Ullu Ku a li'iou. Uinun.
II Ileal Monday-i.nlrlr. Hlhanl
Poollna l.aa .11111.
Cisi'Inxati, O., May IS. Monday
Latonia opens her gate to the thorough
red loving public of this section, and tho
grontest race meeting ever run at this
course is promised. The new grand stand
has been completed and now JudgiV and
timers' stands erected, which adds won
derfully to this already lcantiful Jockey
club course. Thero will be fully 000
hones here during llio spring meeting,
and among them eoioo of tho t racks of
the country, Hpokano, Terra JL'olln, I'roc
tor Knott, IlindiHs raft, Kifinont, Jacobin,
the sensiiiimial S-yenr-od Hilly Valuable,
Badgo and hundred of others equally ns
well known. Iho track is In splendid
condition and can aland coiiaiderablo rain
without materially hurling iu F.verything
la iu ri'iidiiiin fur thu bugle call to the
.--i .n.l il i inn of the starter's drum.
The follow lug is the entries, weights Slid
jkkiU on Monday's rseea:
KIM Itm-e-Tliri (onribi of a mil IUeln
7. Ik.nnle klllle Ih tllllS W7, 1-nllK llsk-sll ..
Itt.ili I'.lcl'o l. lh..ll I 'I, III. hi ill I a. I'll -l.-llli
I'l II". ! u mi, I lisd II"" I'll. l-rll rk rli
V llir i liiollif III. l.i'S Hor lis. II'"-)
liu, l.iilKot.l Us trvbu I In, lualii I in. No
tsiim.l nee-f ne mtlr Mllln Pit Ismnsn
II", tl", smart Hi, lac I'". Ssutilinl I',
-,T fiell I iu ... i.li,.-r . lul. 1 1
1hir Hii'v-rtriiriijluln el a mile: r:iliir.
Ola-iuk 'III. t. tln'in.r IK .'; 'ii'll ll llieiix
UH, M.-lal im. N.1II. II. W. Held HI.
Ki. iiiiii haitl h lionla Isr'.y. on and a hill
mll.'i lllinl.NTjtl II... n. King H-r. in II.1, 1
(einrtolaw Il..r, lyn Hll Hi l. Olllbvliua
Hi. In hiri.uin ll H; lotion IIS. .';
filib lUiT-lmir sii'l on hall lurl"ii: lor 1
yrarol.l.. I'xrilaiar III. H'. Samnllhi I m. .. 1,1111a
(ui.l.lt IIO.S!li-li.Tll'l,ie'h: llarrr Wrl.lou III.
J.m AWIrn IU mIi: llallih.H. Il tiyor IK
wrlr.llii, U.iihs.110, llaidul Kklil.l.J IIU,
MOuliU IU, B' l't
T Reanll IWrairatail.
iw York, May IS. It was qulto cool
at tiravcsenJ today, as tha breeze came
sweeping from tho ocean. Tho attendance
was very large and tho track good. Mr.
August Bcluout, the owner of Trlnce
Roys), this afternoon said he would match
Friuce Royal sgsinst Kxile, weight for
age, for a mile, for f .1,000 a side.
First Race One mil. Starters: Sam
Wood, Khaftan, SluiaranU Msdstone, S s
drift, l'sssport. Rocks, long Island, Oir
Intlu Sam Wiyxl won in 1:4-'J, tang
Island second, Msdstone third.
Second Race-One mile. Starter 6wift;
Tarafun, llls D'Or, Juwler, iirimaldl,
Carnegie, Specially, Benedictine, Barns-
Til t. fiimoiis tiotiah, a Perby rnndldato
in 1VS7, is now a bugy horse in luisvillo.
Ir Is possible that the new tiuttenbtirg
track will have a steeplechase track built
Wasy is onco morein fitcondltion, bar
ing entirely recovered from tho rvecut in
jury to hi foot.
Graxd ItAi'iiis is to hare a new trotting
traek in connei-tion with Iho West Michi
gan Fair Sosiety.
Kx-Momaiuk, pacer. S:irj. and Nelly
V, '.V-MI. have leen added to John Splan s
string at Clevvluud, (I.
I'kaul Jexsixis, l-Ul Corriiran's famous
mare, Is now with Knap McCarthy's trot
ter in Turre Hauio, I ml.
Th llwvers deny that they ever had
any intention of buying Al Furrow, who
lately ran a luue iu 1:10.
I uask Mi Ci i i laud sold his Brsmblo
colt, Bravo, to llenrv Simons, of Louis
ville, laat week for fcl.Vl I.
Juimv (ioi.iwMiTH says a trainer makes
a big mistake by training hor't on a hulf
niilo track fur campaigning purses.
OsKolCapL Bromn's unnamed 2-year
old lis crested qilito a ssiatlon nl tho
Brooklyn track b.-causoof hlsgsxl looks.
Tns Cliicaco Slablo now has twenty-lit
hnise feed.im m its oats. They sro all
firsl-chu auimals sud should txi big win
ners. !fi 11. lout's rnciiiK day are over, this
end beinif Iho result of a colliaiotu llo is
flvo years old snd owned by W. R.
Tunis I somo talk in California of a
match lirtween Al Farrow, with 110
niiids up, and thu f.ist mare, (ieruldiiiu,
with 10j Huinds, at ono mile.
(ioiioo worked a milo and a qnnrter al
Sheeiwhead 111 2:1 ik Shu begins to show
cllis Is of tho work alio has done, and a lit
tlo rest would likely benefit her.
Sai.vatos loitered a mild a'l.n k of liver
fever al Monmouth i'urk recently, but is
doing well and taking his regular work.
Yum Yum snd Aurulin also sullered.
I Maxwell's airing, at SI10cp1l1e.nl, sro
1'riiico Fon so and Chunipai:no Charlie.
Il.il h are lis.king fine. Tho former will
tako a lot of Is'sling when ho facei Ihe flag.
Ths pseer Weslmont sold at tho Wood
tsuil, l-iiiislon, sale to J. J. Slnrtoirk, of
Knit like City, (orvi. In lss J. M.
1)11 tHiiighl ih is Unions side wheeler for
Tits opinion of a Rrooklynlte who wenl
to i. Iiool with tho I'sycrs, smuil Kiiik
Thomas is that he ii s grand looking coll
In front, but resemble a scrajicd tooth
pick In hi rear quarters.
I a Idler to tho 711, Firltl and Farm
Mr. J. I. Cose states that ho would not bo
surprised to soo his four year old stallion,
Brown, 2 1M. Ieat tho stallion record.
2: IU I, this season. Everybody clso would
Kx-Oot. rmrnnAri, of Louisiana; Bob
Harlan, of WashinKton, snd John Alex
ander, of Columhua, have quit. They
wers partners la tho Isvik mmln by Sam
lmirand lost sloiitM,Ui0 on tho Iiiiis
vllle meeting. They are threo of the heav
iest betters suiong colored people on the
F. B. llAsrrahsj made a conditional
sale of his Ibreo-ysar-olda, Lee Christy and
HOPtt NIOUT 8CHOOL
Exhibition, Friday Evening-, May 24,
Tho closing exercises of Ifopo Night
School will take placo at tho Bethel budd
ing, corner Adams and Charleston avenue,
on Friday evening, May 24, ii17:4j o'chs'k,
to which its friends are cordially invited.
Tho following program will bo rendered:
Son by K-ho il ....Wlilletlie I'M" sro (ioln llv
liisliune Il..is ifrl.t Si it. ail
11. Miunnou, J. Jolina.ni, T. Ma.l.li u, II. Mrvlil,
Iteclbillon 1 he simlnu luli r Story
Kildlv lll.p l.
Bulo 1 1"' l Utle Flher Mul.leu
IUs!lutiun 1 tie Commun ('hunt
1 liuuia CoiirMiii
Unnrlet 'I'll l.liiesinl lliellrnjr
II. sin lit, It. Mutuiiuii, T. Uail.Un, II. W alk-.
Hisliwne J.-1I l-s-'ill
A. I oillll.'ll". '. orrell, J.lel", J. Ilolilllwiu,
T. Nail.len. K. Ill.l-I. ; Cox. K. I Union.
&n l.r m IksiI llo- Nialil seh.il
Ihvitaiiuu "..:..-;; .ncisuu.
W III lU-rllu.
I'Uuo Duel Itcvell .In l.lou ..Kou.tl
Mla lii-utl. rson. ,Mr. H -in-r.
pisloK'ie - -.Klulil Nalioiia anilTrnlli
1. iruiiipion, II- Wuiie; V. Si lmuru. K. Mreul,
i'. lailileii, H. sliuiini.u. T. i .nmo.i,
A. toiil"l tn, J. Kol.tn n.
Bolo . iii'iim sii l 1'iu lung I. r Pontile
I restitution o( Trtija
Alillea ,..,-..-....- - - -
flonx lr School .Ubor On
GRAND MUSICAL- EVENT.
Opening Jackon Mouna i;iooravea
Desboo Opsra tomytny.
Thirty-two elegant co-diuned ortisls.
To os:ras weekly. Masoitio aim uii-
VeltO WeeK OI .'Ullu .lglil.s,.nicciii, man
nces, 21 tx-iils; ojien air concert buuday,
What SShsIl e II Wllh Onr Bjrt
Is now Uing asked ns by parents, and we
can give no belter advice thnu to recom
mend sending them to that insular sud
progressive Institution, Tho Nclmin Busi
ness College, Second ond Monrno streets,
where they will learn figuring snd writing
according to business standard, as well s
spelling, book-keeping, typu-w riling, etc.
They will only hsvo to study during tho
csil hours of the day and will bo discip
lined in a gentlo but firm manner. Tho
NcIkoii Colli go stands without a peer for
thoroughness and n-spectabilily of pa
It, Melfsbsn, IS I'nlsa (..
Has recently inado some of tho most
beaiitilul suits ol clothes ever seen in Iho
citv. He innkes a iecially of line goods,
and hi reputation lor titling is unsurpassed.
If lk healt
Go to Johnston A Vance's, under tho
I'ei.lssly I Intel, and select ono of their
nits ol beautiful spring clothing, which
will surprise von as to quality, prico and
durability, they keep the Im st "isids in
tho city, and every article sold by them is
(iinrauteed to lo ns represented. They
carry's largn line of "cuts' furnishing
goods, es;ecially suited lor summer wear.
ftvllro l IM I'ublle.
Tho disairrcemeiit lielween 1110 nnd my
cmplovc is no interruption to mr busi
ness; on tho contrary It enables me looker
to my patrons snd public suits at lower
prices. Res'ctfully, F.i.ias Slahxiu
(airr Merelisnl. Lwok Ysnr In.
And purchaso Irom tho Memphis (irixrry
Company the l elebratisl Jer y Tobocco,
which yuit will nun a rcauy auiu ior.
Creen Ire llone,
Nos. 3.M smt 3-VJ Front street, under
new inaiingement. Rates, 1 and sl.2-1
iierda); meals, 21 cent.
Jus Ciiiuktia & Co., rropnetors.
J. ft. Hill
Corner of Main snd Union street, havo
all of tho latest styles in bill-, which
they oiler st great bargains.
nemptiU l arrlas M'srk
No. 81 Ann 83 Maiiisox Stosxt,
lU jislring snd Building Fine Vehicles.
tir t mnrmiler l ahll.lt.
Whito .Miichlne, ?X Secoud sirect, near
Madisun, May 20 to XI
ft), f, atffsenhelm, TlS)hn SSS.
Old brandies for medicinal uso.
Ohukb Nsshvillo Cream from Jacob
Seeasell, telephone HI, or C. J. Fsllow,
Uilephono I.UA The best In tho city.
f.Un..i Steam Carnet Cleanlns and
Renovating Woiks, 220 Beale street Tele
phone Mk 1
Lacs curtains cleaned snd beautifully
finished at Memphis Steam Uundry, 2J4
becond street Branch ollico 31 Madison.
Latrst lu I'hotograpli at ICchsrd's, 2SI
Copyright IRS) by th New Yori Ancltcd rrens.)
Paris, May 18. Americans coming to
tho exposition neod not make excessive
haste. The great belts in tho machinery
palaco havo not yet stirred n length, A
movable railway which was laid all
through the grounds was taken upon tho
evo of the openiug to clear tho paths and
add completeness to grounds. It has not
been put down agtiin.
TUB FINB ART KX 111 HtTIOM
is a splendid feature of the exposition.
Thero is a retrospect ot French art from
1779 to 1SSS, and a centennial exhibit sup
plementary to it which is composed of ex
hibits of tho arts of Franco for ton years
and the living or recent art of foreign
countries. Thero Is also un exhibit ot
monuments, designs in enamel, fine me
tallic craftsmanship and engraving upon
wood. Tho French exhibit, as might bo
expected, is brilliant Thu entire exhibi
tion, with tho exception of certain distinct
Qualities in tho art ot Holland, is
evidence of homage to the supremacy of
France. Tho trench exhibit, nationally
considered, is a glorious deuicuhtraiiun of
the (sthctic instinct of the Republic and
overwhelmiini testimony to tho perfect
friendship between Hue urt and the other
intellectual and moral activities of time
throimhout civilization. It is nil ago ot
looking ut all things intimately, without
reverence, without spirituality. In tho
mora thau 5. IKK works exhibited, tho stu
dent will not find a new imaginative idea
or a new tribute to tho old moral esthetic
institutions of Ideas, however dearly tho
world may have cherished them. This is
true not oulv of French art. but of all
contemporaneous art us Krouiwd under
these resplendent arches.
T1IU KNlll.lSII KXHIIIITIOH
contains most of the illustrious names sinco
tho lime of Turner, but it is ilillicult to
reconcile its laudscapo art with the rich
legacy left by that master. The figure
imiuter in Hut F.iuhsh exhibit show the
combined inllueuee of Italy and franco iu
color, and of tho lost cent ur v of French
iminliiiir in coiiisiuoa. t'hn F.nglish
have been thoughtful iu not including loo
many portrait, ilireo portraits, however,
command univervsl attention. The
tiladitono of Sir John Mdlals is
an irreproaeliiiblo jierfonuunce, being
suiinlu and free of any oilcnso
of ostentation, but It fads to have wen lie
subject in his hours of mljhty eflort The
l.ieo which lulils un like a ' mountain at
suiiM't, when surpassing intelligence is nt
woik. is hero ttcarv mid depressed.
Hitler's portrait of Cardinal Manning is
ilisaplioiuling 111 a wholly difierent way.
Tho Oir.liual' rob. s ant made greater
than tho Cardinal, whoo thin and majes
tic liguro is best seen ill tho thiend luiro
soutane of hi house, and thu elev.i.ioii of
his character would have been heller do.
nicted in the siirroun.lin.-s most familiar
lo hi 1 walks in the interior ol orpliaiiagi.
Whistler's drain ilic and remarkable sr
trail of 1-U'lv Aichiliald Ca:upli.'ll n ine
si'iits the highest stroke ol ptulrailuro in
TUP. AMKHICAN r.XIIIIUT,
it must be aJmilte.l, Is entirely creditable
lo national pride, if 1 1 kail isiinpnraliveiy
and only lior.i llio silisi way of cxainiu
111; cuii ms. Thero are iu nil (til oils, Ihu
aill'i'.Tls lieing l.ilily divided iliuong hind
sciiim-s. fl 'tire, l'orir.iits, marine, views,
cattle and descriptive and d.'cor.itlve
works. Tho artists who study in Holland
and finish their work in Fan stand at tho
head of tho foreign reident. Among tho
mist notable are Charles Spraeoo, the
llarri-ons. liari Melcher and Walter
McFwcii. Tho Americans, who study
evervahcro and paint at home, are not
inferior to these in any intrinsic vir
tue. So far as Iho press'nt col
lection of Americiii works is a lair
test, 110 better work Is seen hero
than I hne a. fio more sm-cvaslul por-
Irmt is exhibited, although SurKcnl's com
is I admiration by their lorce nud audacity,
than Wvati IjiIoii's of Mrs. Gilder, l lier
is 110 landncaiw iiiu.il In rontiinelit slid
feeling to a solitirry work of Ifoorgo In-
lies. Hut with a country ol unsiirp.uweil
scenery, with a moral history deepemmgl
to allord that Ideal persiieclire essential to
art and with Incidents to inspire legitimate
acenic sinbition. Iho Atnericnu cslubit
may bo said lo bo devoid of
national sell-resiiert Our srtisls sro
ss vet uuablu to discriminate be
iwoen a narish snd a nation. Thev
fnar that lh r w ill Is-cume tmrochiul if
thcr ditto undertake to bo national
F.verv other couutrr iinsrlnim to assein
blagi- of pi'isous w ho iiullier hen) from all
qu.irUTA of tho glolsi that il ha a national
storv. a national lundi') and a moral
elevation. We show lor the sculpture and
history of one war. SL (iaudou s isirlrail
of lien. Sherman. For the moral and
brutal sido of the same epoch sit
havo Hoveli. Ion's "John Jlronn." and
for tho Colonial l riod Walter
MarcMeu's admirablo "Ml Houso iu
Now Atusti'idam." For another portion
n( our national history still h s irfuriom.
thero is fortunately (or our iiationsl art
Tho Unadroon." bv lieorgo Fuller.
the first American punter who did not
find it necessary to nlietuilo cither his
heart or hi brush, nnd whoso beautiful
work, in.slcsl and clinru ter. "lie, but rich
In coloror nnd kiituptiious in tone, will
make every Ainnricim feel a little
niter weiim to Iho full Hi" subject siibiins
sion of so many of ourfhlesi men lo Iho
ilouiliuiico in tliiun, ss sell ns In the craft
of even the best of Ihu school, of tho
irruiiiiiiar of their art
American painters are the pcm of our
Uwl writers, but them is not among them
a snirit of lofty and cmr i.-cous, serene
and living American. Sin corri'spoiiding to
the character given to our lilerntino by
lunufn!low, llawlhornn. Holmes, Wlntlier
and lxiwell. Yet tho very material which
has stiuiiH.'d their produi lions nl once with
permanent lame snd a national cnancier,
: . . 1: ii . . :. ........I . ,
is peculiarly auiinuie sr pi '""'
MaII'IAKi,! F. Si llivas.
AN AVKNQINO FEMALH.
Irene Grant Vlolo jsly Cut By An un
Irono Grant, a young colored woman,
living on Chelsea street, was assaulted and
severely cut by an unknown female en
emy. She was walking along North Sec
ond street, near tho homo of Mr. John
Cubbing. When passing an alley the
avenging unknown sprang from ft hiding
placo in the shadows, made a vicious
plunge at her victim and drew tho blado
of a knife across her left temple. Tho
wound extends from tho rear of tho car
almost to her eye, partially severing tho
ear. Ireno Hod, screaming frantically nt
every step. Her cries drew a crowd, who
entered upon a hearty search for the as
sailant, but were unsiiccestui. 1110
wounded woman may die Irom her inju
ries, as she sullered tho loss of a gicat dei.l
JEFFERSON TO HANO.
Negro Murderer of William
land Doomod to Doath.
Tho Supremo Court has confirmed tho
sentenco of thu Shelby C riminal Court
upon Thomas Jcll'ersoii, colored.
Saturday, July Rl, next, is llxod for tho
execution, which will tako placo in 1110
County Jail yard, unless good fortune in
terposes to savo the subject's neck.
Tho crime for which Jellersou is under
death sentenco was tho murder of William
ltaelaud. also colored, sud a rival for thu
all'ections of a frail negro woman, who was
nt the timo living with tho condemned as
wife. A knife was tho weapon lined, its
work beinir chastlv. Tho woman testified
niminst her lover, cave information by
which herovidcnco was strongly corrobo
rated bv silent witnesses, nud Iho verdict
of tho i'urv was murder in the first deureo,
Tho extreme penalty was imposed, nud it
has becu couliiuiod by llio inuuiiai 01 last
a laudable: movement.
The Momphls Dookkoopors to Organise
For Mutual Benefit,
Tho Memphis Bookkeepers' Association
held its Initial mectiiu rriday nMit at
No. IHO Main street, resulting in tempo.
rnrynrgnnluitinn. Tho object Is to eleviito
tho profession to n higher standard; to bo
come acquainted with each other; when
nracticable. to securo employment tor
Ihuse unemployed, nnd to financially and
oiHYriwsii help llio sick. 1111s is a mcivo
in tho rmht direction, and every book
keener interested ill the welfare nl Iho
iirolfxsiou should co-oiieriilu in tho lamia
Lie enterpris'. An interesting meeting
w ill lie held Wednesday evcliinij, May 22,
lit H o'clock, in the ladies' ordinary parlor
of 1 In. l'ealkxlv Hotel. I.very hu .ikkeer
lu Memphis is earnestly re'iilesleil 10 no
A I'Mlsl ollriii
HtTitotT, Mich., May IK.-TI10 roof of
II. 1. Baldwin Co.'sshoo factory, corner
Woodward avenuo nnd Woodhridgo street,
caved in this morniiiu'. William IWnow
ski. II. It. Vim cut and tieorue ti chcritz.
Ihnst workmen en 'iwed 111 tcp..iiiiig llio
Imildini?. were bur ol in the rums. IU-r
liowski died Khurlly liller neini! leseue.i.
Vincent un. I Biehentr. ri-eived serious
though not ins(surily fatal Injuries.
FItOM Plonisi h and Liver ileranc
llinils llyaM'Mls, tllliousness, Sn k
Headache, and Cuiistipalion llnd ssafa
ami certain relief in
Ayer'slills. In all
ruses where a ra
Iharlle la needed,
mended by UaMlllig
Itr.T. K. I!stlnc,
of I'altlinore, sayal
"Ayur a Till are I Im
I best cathartic and
m-i tint within ths
r u. li of my prof 1 a.
Ir. John W. Prown, ef Oreana, w.
Va., write : " I have preertlel Ayer'a
11 lis In Inr praetlee, and llnd them s
eellent. I uige llmr gmeial uas In
Kr a niunlieref year I was afllli-ted
with l.ill.Mialie.a lili tl nliiMtilelinyri
mr litslth. I lrle.1 various reiiinlles,
tint noihin afforded meant relief umil
I hepan lo laka Aver s l,llle."-t. H.
Vaiidetlieh, h. rsntoii, I'.
I have used Ayer' I'lll for tho past
Ihlity year, snd am satlalteil I should
tint lie sllre 0-dy II It hail tint heen
lor them. Thrjr i nred In ol Uyaix ii
w hen all nlhrr retuellea lailel,aiid tlirlr
HTn.ii.nnl ne liaa kept me lu s lo allhy
roiiiliiiuu ecr aiuca." T. 1'. liiowu,
t in trr, I'a.
"HsvIiik Isen subjert, for rears, tn
cnnatipntu.n, without hrlng able lo tllul
lu n li relief, I st lust tried Ayer'a I'lll",
and derm It Mli a duly and a pleaaui
lo testify Hint I have ihiilvrd an l ln
elll In.m llieir u". 1'or over lio rta
it I hare taken onn el IheM I'lil
oveiy nialil Is'lorn irlonnr. I would not
wllilnly le wltlmnt Hum." II. W.
llow mail, IM l-ast Main l., l arll.de, I'a.
"Ayer'a I'll! hnvn lseii iim-.I In my
family mm anls ol twenty year, and
have rntnnletply erillei all tl.sl ia
rliiltiied (i.r llieui. Ill attni ks l piles,
Jr. .111 lili li I sullereil many yeara, Ihey
allordeil in greater n lo l limn nny ined
V llw I ever tried. " TUeUia F. AdiUiS,
Molly Bpilugs, Tesx.
Dr. J. C. Aysr k Co., Lowstl, Mais.
6M ty U Lru(KU aud liMtor la Mtdkla.
S ....... " 2
rTo lcan5e tl Km and t)calp
of cVepy glemijlz
' mm I I
SS V l'aaC , 1 r
,T MiiKAflE (rSOIUA.
rlrat brok ont oa
ft check, irraillti(
arrcM n y noao, ami almoat oor
ring my faro. It run Into my
.-)!', snd llio (ihyalcUn wa
afrnid I nuiild love my ryetltfbt
allotii ttii'r. Il spread atl ovar
my bi-ad, and my hair all fell
out, until I cntlr.ly tela.
hiuHi'il; lltti.'n brnko out on my
arma uu.l the ul.lura, until ray arraa
were Jin '. ouo aor. It covcrtd my
eatlro body, my fiwo, hrad, a4
houldrlS being til worat. Th
whlto ob Ml fenatanlly f.om my head, bnuMer, snd srma, thn aktn would IhliVcn and bo red and
Very Itchy, and would enick and bleed It rratrhnl. AftiraKuilli.s many liun.ln.la of dullnra, I waa
pronounced Inrurnblo, I heard of Iho ft'TIc t'nA ItcmiuKS, and after u.luf two bottli I'lTlccaA
ItsaniASNT, I enuld ar a ohaniro 1 snd after I hud Ukrn (.air txitilea, I waa almoat .-jiml ; and whea
I had nard all bottle of Cirri, ciia lissm.VKNT and one tmi of C'CTtct'tu, and ono enko of CtTircnA
Vnr, 1 wna runl of tho dreadful dl-aao from wlilrh I Imd auffered for flvo yrara. I Ihoiighl th
dlai ax would U'uve a very deep arur, bul III t'lTn t iu Ul srinia cured It wlllmut any tear. I
rannnt eipma wllh pen wl.ut I auffercd before ualtig ltn I'itu us Ittsi rni:". They aaved my Ufa,
and I fuel II my duty lo recommend llirra. My hnlr la mturrd aa con.l iu over, and ai la my cysalf hi.
I Lnow of a number of dlltcroul (wrauna who havo nai'd Urn i'i'Tici n KsrviK,and all hnvo rmlvcd
great ben. ni from their us. Hut. ItOH.V Kl.l.l.Y. Itockwill City, Calhoun Co., Iowa.
I cannot aay cnouch In pra! of Ih CiTleun llr sli.ua. Uy lioy, when otw yer of aw, was N
bad wllh rciein that ho l..at all of hla hair. Ilia aeulp wua covered w ith eriiptlona, which th doctor
old wa scald head, and that hla hair would never row airsln. Impairing- of cur from phyilcUns, t
bi'sanlhauaeoriheO'Tlci'HAKsHr.nisa, and, lain huppy lo any, wllh tho init perfect aucooaa. Hla
hair la now aplrndld, nd there la nut a plmpl on him. I tiwumend tho Cericm Kr.asoiti U
mollier a the ruoal apciHly, eeenomleal, and aur cur lur all akin tllavnac of Intunla and clillilren, and
fuul Out evory mother will Hunk in for u doing. Us. XI. K. WOODdllXl, Murwsy, U.
For eleanalnf, pnrlfylns, and beautifying Ihe akin nd acalp and curing every tpeelc ol agcalllnf,
humtllallng, llehtng, burning, aculy, and pimply dlarnaeaof llio skis, i.c, ash slood, nd hutaota,
hlolrhca, erupllona, aorea, atJea, eruala, ul.vralli.ru, awi'llliuia, lre, luniura, and lot ol hair,
whether alinple, aerofulnua, or conlaglona, IboCcTn i n Iti mmu aro almply InfuUlt.l...
CiTiccna, Ihe great akin cure, InaUiilly allays Iho m.l Sa-oiililiig Itching and Inilninmnllon, clear
th akin and acalp of every Itac ol dleeoae, hcala ulcer and aores, n-mevea cru.la and aralea, and
rralonw the hair. Ot-rtecK HoAr, Ih greati! of alio bcautrtlcra, la ludl ipctaut.l lu Ireullug akin
riU.-ax-a and baby humor. Il proilucea Iho white!, cl. nrcl akin and aoftcal hi.ii.la, tree fnm plmnle,
pol, or blenil.h. t'tTiern Ur.aoi.vssr, Iho new bluod purtller, cleanae lb blo.nl of all liniutlllr
ami pnlaonoua rlemcnU, and Ihua remove Ih CAf. Ileticolh CiTtifnA lltutmt aro ihe only
lufalllbl eurallviv fur every form ef akin and blood dlecwe, from pimple lo . wlulo.
I'rlre: Citiccsa, MJ eeiila er boi I'lrTieun KiiAe, eenta; CiTicctu KtaoLvlsr, (1.00 per
botlle. I'reured by th I'ottfii I'm j ANOC'iiaaieALCiiiitiiruTlox, llaatoii, II .
' r-H.n.l fur" llow tol'uiwrikln Maco," l wge, W lllii.liAtloua, 1.0 le.llm.ui lata
l.ile, in. I fr from rhanc and
n.l.H'.a, l.y u.CiK I'l in I MA Hoar.
DIM '''''" blaek.henda, el. nsiiili.chapiml, and
I (ill oily ! In preveiiii-.! Ly Ciih iiha ri.ar.
c r "
Will Or rrelahl Male H-iH OmT
Ciiicaoo, 111., May l.-Will oiv frei"lit
rubs lioM outT is now tho paramount
question Sinotig yessel men. 1 ho seatoll
bus oponoJ. with uniirecedeiitlr bi'svy
sblptnents snd with a demand for tollman
which lias incroaiMwl ww It by week. Iho
capiieiliiis of both shlppihk and nttilvinu
Ih.iiiU atnienr to bavo been mu hi'd sun
still sbiiitiers wsnt more Ik. at.
Airont fottcll, wbonjire nt the l nlon
Lino at MilwaiiL-ao and who has had fre
quent talks with mlno owners, predicts
Hist tha present heayy shlpmenla will U
sent up till curly I
w ill come to a sudd
Ibink much ora ,
forward slier ssrly In I ici-'ls-r. ',y blcS CXChantcd.
Uines-miu frrlirlit. will reriuinly bo sblo 'S'-"'
tornrsforlhe iiialof nsrt ol tho ore lleet US IOf pflCCS,
. a. . !.. I
wiinmit scnuini ran duwn "in a.k.iH mMtMIOCi: O. "-vrtT,'
Tb shliunents of Iron ore from lbs iwrls LUlNVUKbU & LOOK,
of Marquclto, Knaiigha, M. Ik'nsco sun I om aad DtkUard farlor.
Aaisml last week n ".'reiM"'" i"J,"- i r' i -
grow tons, Tbt UiU shipment for the 329 Main St, McinpllIS, IcniJ
for Milliard Tables
and equipments. liar fixt
urcs a specialty. Sporting
iroods of .ill kinds. W
r in ti.e I-", "i"" 1',y can supply you at short no
f X-X-Tu'S lice at bottom prices. Ta
WM. JACK & SONS
POTTERY and GLASSWARE
IN Aid. (lUAni'.H.
V control Mos-rs. MaJJool; tt O v'a onlobrnteid BajU h Iron Gton
China, Th" boat tvnd cnlv rcllnbla wn.ro m .!.
Vs rar jr thj Inrgoit atouk
WIS MAKFI THW I.OWB-T rRions fiitnmi ftr.intrn
DERBY POOL ROOM
IN REAR OF THE PEADODY HOTEL.
TRACK ODDS ON ALL TURF EVENTS
Wlrn Ooniiocllon With All no Trncks.
M M'ii-rr'r lima.,
a. J. IH)MKIX)S.
Lata taiMma a. U. Ikija Srni
t. fW'fl AI'Kn.
Ot lt.ari.U.,1 K "l,
Slcrnbcrgcr, Douolson ASchafer
NO. 118 FRONT ST., MliMI'UIS, THNN.
TIIOS. II. ALLEN & CO.,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
Have fto N0. 8 UADI80H STREET.
Hlrhnrtl It. A lion Ac Co.,
BAHKkUs AND CoTTutt CXlMMlKilO.M MlUic'lJAKTt
II snd U llmaal iUHl Xw York.
AprlccM, ri'ej Peaihes,
Rar.(,berilti, Pit Ch rle,
These Evaporatod and Dried Frtiits Are of tho Beat Quality.
Potht for Cisam and Atpiia(us. Claim and CUm ChowJsr. fihaksr Piittrvss.
A. M. WORTH AM & CO.,
NO. 17ft MAtN ETHKET. . MnvriH3-
MHQ mi nnrl on PTJOMT ST.. MEMPHIS. TENN.
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