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KBW ORLEANS AND CHATTANOOGA.
HAVE A FINE GAME.
ItTal:a Elovn Inning to Daclds It
A Oood Crowd Wltnesj&s the Contest
Tho Game Here Totlar .Sunday As
Tlio line pnmo put up 1ml Saturday be-twn-n
Meiniliis nJ Cliurleston ouht to
draw n jjooii crowil to Ilia ball mrk tu.Iuy.
Tim CliiiiK'ston boy nr p-mlt-manly
tilnyors nuJ ivo the lii-st cxli:litiin o(
team work hcimi hi-re tins season. Tlii-y
srualiarp BuUlura mid (j.ioj butters, and
scorn to play tojiollu'r lil;u 0110 man. An
the phenomenal I.uby will not pitch to
day, Memphis oncht to win.
A Prlii Hi; In rrciluiliinrjr.
Sim-lal ll','Uli tiiTtii) A(i;hiI.
Nkw Oiiucaxh, Iji May 19. Tim Hurst
had a day's work today. In the niorn
iiitf lie ruforoed a prizu tljit nnd in tho
afternoon he irupired a ten-inning irmuo.
Tho iX7xs fight was between Charles Wil
son, an Knglishman, nnd Andy liowen, a
local lighter, who had twenty pounds tho
mlvnntiiiio. They wero barked by the
rival concert saloon keepers. About
$2,000 in bets wero up on the
result. The F.tijilifihnian depended
upon skill and experience, but
llowcn's lugging poworu uud weight
, vennutchod him and he knocked Wilson
tut in three rounds, after cutting him up
Oonsidcrably. All tho toughs in town wero
flu hand, but it wus a most orderly airair.
Iho light took place in St. liernard 1'arish,
Just below the city, without any lnlcrfor
nro. Over 2,009 people raw Chattanooga and
Kew Means play. It was a great game.
l'oUmmus erackud the firm ball (or a home
run, and New Orleans kept 011 simiHliing
the balls hard until the sixth inning, in
which Ward, I'ubinn, I'olhennis and
Ioie got double bag,i-rs and earned
three runs. The score was then 8 to 'i in
luvor of New Orleans, It looked ai if all
. was over, but in . the last half
of tho sixth, Chattanooga, after
two men wero out, a base
on balls, three singles and Co'gan's home
run mado live runs. In the seventh
Houston's error, a lng1o and Houston
throwing llotaling out nt first instead of
fitildinir the hall home, let in the tioing
run. l ine fielding kept the score blank
in tho next two innings. In the tenth
Murray's error, a three bagger by Spies
and l'olhomus'i siut;lo gave New Orleans
two runs, without one out. For Cliutta
nnoiM Ford hit snfe, then Spi-er hit to
HoiiHton, who let the ball go. Ford tiiudo
for third, but 1'owcll threw there and lie
went back to second, Dowio got tho bull
toMcCuirk In'foro Spies gut buck and as
Ford tried to get to third Mi Ciuirk threw
tho bull across snd stopped biin. Tho
great double play ended the sumo. The
contest was full of brilliant playi and un
excelled for clean hard hitting'audbarring
cliunce taking. Chattancxtg csieciullv
pluyed biilliunt fielding game.
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N.w lirl.Ticn... 1 30201000 210
(.umui'ioosa lOeiOSlOO I
Summary: Famed runs New Orleans
A, ( liattMnooga 1. Two base hits lowio
2, I'olhemus, Fabien, Ward, Spies, Miller
"2. Ihreebase bit Spies. Home runs
l'olliemus, Colgaa. Stolen basos Now
Orleans fl, Olinttmioo-a . SacrinVo hits
Spies, llotaling. Ikiuldo plays Ward and
Mcduirk; llolluad. Ward and Mctiuirk:
I'owell, l)owie and McOuirk; Miller and
Mnrrsy. Hit by pitcher Ward, McCoy.
Jtai on balls-Oif 1'etty .1, off Jones X
Struck out Hy I'elty '4, by Jonun 1.
I'liMted bulls Spies 1,' Specr T. Tnot of
game Two hours. Umpire IlumU
rlal IliU htolh ApnX
MouiLK, May 19. lUin In tho last half
o( tho third lulling, with Atlanta at the
bat, put stop to what promised to be a
hotly contested game, neither sldo hav
ing scored. After an hour's rain tho
game was continued as an exhibition game
nd two more Innings played, resulting in
a score of five to live. Atteudauce, L',000.
Ha4li( mt lh Lgj.
Sou' Iml IVf CvnU
21 I ;a
14 1 .ill
4 12 .2j0
L New I irl. .......
2. I harbvlun. ........
4. Xi inpldi ...,,...
Nkw Yoh, May 1!. W, A. Sunday,
tho Pittsburg baseball player, delivered an
addrcNiat tho Y. M. C. A. Hall, Twenty
third street and Fourth avenue, thli even
ing. I In dwelt on the earnestness in
Christian work. Ho urged all to pray
earnestly for liud's help that they may I
saved. A large udieuce listened to the
At fit Louis-l'.rooklyn 2, St. Ixuli 1.
At Iouisville Louisville i, Columbus 1.
At Cincinnati Cincinnati 8,llaltltnoro 5.
At Kansas City Athletics 12, Kauaus
The lUsvball Hrtirni1 Hl.
Nkw Yokk, May in. Tin Itaseball
Brotherhood held its annual spring meet
ing at the Fifth Avenue Hotel today.
Tho delegates to the meeting were Ward
nd Koefe, representing the Now York
club; ltrouthrrs, of ltoston; Haulon, of
I'itmhurg; Healy, of Washington; Myers,
f Indiansvolla; rfcfTer, of Chicago; Sun
ders, of l'hiladcljihia, and Twilcliell, of
llsyers Ewing, Welch. Drown, AVood,
Class-ock, Carroll, llockley and Staley
were also present The sesrnon lastod from
11:.T0 o'clock until 7:30 o'clock p.m.. but
little actual work was done outsido of rou
tine business. The election of officer is
dont by chapters. Ward will be re-elected
piesident and Kecfe orrntary and treas
urer. The only con twit U over ths vice-
iresidoncy, for which both Uroulhors and
ifyers are candidates. Finance., gnevance
and relief rommlttoes were appointed, and
Treasurer Kecfe reported that the finan
cial department of the organisation waa in
All the Cleveland players, ban beooina
members of tho flrotherhood. Boyle, tho
Indianapolis pitcher, was the only" person
Jo pcrseut a grievance He claimed that
ho had ben severely treated by ills club
last year, alleging that tho club not only
tvfnsed to nay him his salary while he was
aick, but that ho was lined sflOl) for being
sick. Tho Ilrotherliood propoao to have
that finn returned to the player.
Those who huvo predicted sensational
features tin. J a strike will he disappointed,
lho player discua.d tho classilication
rule iunstiun, but no deliuito action was
ogiwd uion. Tho players aro opposed to
line, out u.ory is not luucn cnuiice oi
onlering a strike lien tho objeetionablo
feature cuu bo roiuoved in a lew bowterous
but more sen.sililu manlier.
AN OLD SUISI'3 TBAVEL3.
etartina From Fort Worth Six Months
Al'o, It Has Eeen Ootng Ever Bluoe.
Itailvtay mail servleo Uteu can turn
trillea to good account us pleasant diver
sions, as well as inou ia othor walks of
Fvcn In tho mulat of their exacting re
sponsibilities time Is found to reap a little
of the enjoyment sometimes laboriously
extracted from lifo.
There arrived nt tho Memphis postofllco
yesterday an old bluo flannol nhirt It
had been on tho road for nearly six
months, had bulged many a mail pouch
and been tho innocent causo of munv
blunt remarks from thoso who found it iii
their keeping. Tho shirt started from
Fort Worth, Tex., over Uvo months ngo,
uddressed to nowhere particular, but bear
ing written instructions to "return me, if
not called for nt tho etid of six n.onths."
There were blank slips to tho number of
several hundred, filled up with indorse
ments by tho agents who had handled the
bundle, attached to it Five tboiihniid
miles would bo a moderate cstiinato of the
dislanco it bail traveled. It reached the
local ollico on tho return trip, from
lirownsville, one of the last indorsements
being, "Time's about up; send mo homo."
It will get there.
MIim KrnlliiK's llrrllnl.
The program prepared by Miss Keating
for her recital, hich takes plaeo this even
ing, Is full of interest for tho parents and
inuniis oi ncr pupils. Iho piano quartet
will bo a Burpriso, drilled as it has been to
a degree of unison and expression that is
far beyond what is ordinarily attained to
by pupils, or even amateurs. Muster Fu
giuie Nowland, who is a pupil of Miss
Kl'ntintv'a llniirv nn.l in mn.l !.(.
n " "ji ' . u v,.i . I'luiiiiq-
ing violmst, worthy of all tho advantages
tlli.t nun lua nli'iin Itim will I.. .. . I .
Plllitlml A 1 .it I In K'nmmw ' ." It. J....
- a."Hllilt Vf VI J rvll
aecompanied by Nullio Chapman, whoso
Iiroiicieiicy mm uireauy cnalleiiKoa tlio
iudly consideration and awakened tho
lunula nf ni'inv u-Iia p.. m-II ut:il...l M
I " ..... n ..u n.u nvil DHIIIIAI III
niunic. In this recital the pupils will each
stand for w hat they aro in luu.ncnl study,
no other preparation having been mode for
it thuu the regular course purcucd by them
iiuoer me conscienuoiis uireclinn 01 the
v., . . . . t. 1. IttUIWUKilllllH w lull.
show and glitter, her method being to
awaken in her pupils consciousness of
me vuiuo oi music as a factor in personul
ciillivntiiin. mill uliui ita
to the other retining inlluonees of life. Sho
seeks to draw out whatever of taste they
(MMaeaa and whatever of talent and so train
them that they may cosily, after thev have
finished their course, continue as students
on a sure foundation of knowledge from
thorough drilling in tho clementnries.
w ithout which so mauy persons huve fuiled
utterly after much expeudituro of timo and
Tk ljtrgr! m tm the WirM.
From tlit Loudon I'sllj News.
The largest vaso in tho world baa liccn
broken in transit to tho 1'aris cxhibtion.
Tho vase in question, which was cloven
fret in bight and took somo years to fin
ish, nectssitating the erection of special
buildings and ovens for its firing, etc., was
the production of Messrs. lirowntlclds, of
Ilanlev, and was originally mudo by that
II r m for the Crystal l'alace Kxhibition.
Its subject was "Tho Furlh." 1 he acci
dent has resulted in two sections of the
fflolxi, which formed thucentcrof the vase,
iM'ing smashed. The loss, which is irre
parable, was only partially covored by in
surance. Th h Wander.
From the Prtrult Cm frnai,
Tho average woman walks further in a
week than a drover, sho stands on her feet
mora than a blacksmith, she defies tho
law of health more than the Indian, snd
then she won tors why sho "isu't well like
ftlrawlM-rr t alLr
W wondor often why more attention is
not paid to tho raising of strawberries in
the vicinity of Memphis, snd emx-dally
through Nortborn Mississippi. Tho soil
and climate alwut Smiatohiu seems to bo
particularly adapted for their successful
and proliuble culture as a business rent
lire. IkI week wo hud amplo cidnco
of the truth of this. J. U. Uwler, of that
town, has paid great attention to rsisinc
small frnii and Tegetuhlus, and lirlieves
most fully in the rapacity ol MiMisnippi
oil and climato for the production of
straalM-rties. He has an acre ami a half
of tlio Marvin strawlsrrios in full bearing.
While In Sciiatonia last we k represent
ative waa shown the largest strawberries
lie bad ever seen, by Mr. lawlcr, who
picked a numlier of theso berries.of which
eighteen lllled quart measure, and of
theso three or four measured six inches
each in circumference. This seemed sini.lo
evidence of the adaptability of the soil of
Northern Mississippi to the production of
strawberries, and does great credit to tho
cutorprise of Mr. Lswlor.
Tiiosr wlio are contemplating tho pur
chase ol sewing machiuo with which to
do sll their family sowing, embroidering,
over-seaming, botion-hola making, and all
the multitudinous kinds of household
sowing, those who sre desirous of securing
the agency for the best machino in the
world to sell at retail, those who wish to
deal in any way in llie best sewing Inachino
ever placed on the market, far any and
every purK, should sea the unrivalled,
the uo plus ultra of sowing machines, the
new, improved Lovo sewing machine, Just
perfected and put on the market within
tho post month.
Ladies, see F. Uvlgno'i 20c HaU. They
are worth 12.00.
iKii tii yonr gin houses In the Clliien'
Insurance company, No. 43 Madison street
W bsve just received barge load of
Pittsburg (iaa t'okn. ir Ana Ili.
and Anlhrscile Coal ami Ash and Oak
Wood. Q 11. Barm A Co.
In Wardroboe and Chillonlan at Ttbodea
tumilure Coinpsny.No. 354Second street
Mascot tonight, Jackson Mound
t ...rf.i.. .i i - . .
v. vinmi sua oeani luiir
fin USal -I ll.n..t.t. L.-. i . '.
becond street liranth ofUo 81 Madison,
THE STATE EXGAMPMEXT.
THB PLAN OF CAMPING GROUNDS
AX MONTGOMERY PARK.
The Regiments, Companies and Nurabor
or Ken To Be In Camp Fully 1.000
w 111 Co Ce. e Program To Be Car
Tho military spirit in this rilv is mniil.
lusting itself unmistakably and enthusi
astically. Although the d.ito of tho State
i'.ncauipinent has not been formally fixed
by tho tioveruor it will lako placo some
nmo between Juno 7 and July 7. Every
preparation for lho great event is being
ioukou alter in a military way. All tho
committees aro ou tho qui vive, studying
closely tho best methods to adopt for' tho
comfort of visiting troops and are inakiug
commendable progress. Tho citizens
scorn to huvo imbibed tho spirit nnd are
aiding tho ollieers in their cllorts to uako
tho encampment a grand success.
Montgomery Turk has been secured for
thn camping grounds. Tho beauty of this
placo ulono will invito public interest in a
substantial way, for everybody will want
to get our Idea of camp lifo nnd fumiliari.o
themselves with tho lifo of a soldier and
the mnchinu-like discipline bv which his
movements nnd conduct are controlled.
Each street in the general camp is a ra
dius of tho circlo, tho center of which ia a
point near tho judges' aland, so that ono
standing anywhere obout tho grand stand
is ublo to look down every nvenue, as they
all converge to this aforementioned noint.
Each of theso avenues will be sixty feet
wido, except tho grand avenne lending
bat to tho General's headquarters,
which will bo 100 font in width.
The color line reaches from tho
half to tho three-quarter inilo poles on the
track in the northeast corner of tho in
closure. Tho dress parado lino extends
parallel with and directly in front of lho
grand stand insido tlio track. This ar
rangement allows every lady to witness
tho dross parado without any obstructions
Tho regiments and men to bo hero nro
OS lotto wc
First Iteglment Col. Ym. Berry B:iy
li.is. Middle TcnnnoKso; eight companies,
HI men. 1
Second Jtcgiment Col. Hugh 1'ettit,
West TonrcKseo; ten companies; 500 men.
Third liegiment Col. F. K. lluger,
FjisI Tennessee; six companies, IIOO men.
In addition to theso, several detached
mounted companies and several halleros
from Nashville, comprising about L'UU men,
will Ik) present.
It is expected that tho Coventor and his
staff w ill bo present ono dav for general re
view and iuajH'ciion of troop.
On another day a sham buttle will tnko
pluce. Coumencing at l o'clock each
morning there will be a grand guard mount
ing, with brusi baud music, etc.; com
puny drills iu tho forenoon; butudion drills
in the afternoon and grand dress par.ido
every day at U o'clock p.m.
Tho ibwislance of every citizen is earn
estly solicited iu helping tho ollieers iu
their elljrts to make the encampuieul at
Memphis a tolling success.
In view of tho military encampment to
be held here uext month, tho following
amendments to tho tactics on tho anhi-cts
of Brigade lEovicws and Guard Mounting
possess a peculiar interett
RKVIKWg or BklOADKS 1NO DIVISIONS
Neither paragraph 80 nor 817, Infai.try
Tactics, exiiriwaly stuu-e whether or not
the Colonels commanding battalions leave
their battalions, after pssniug in review, to
take place on the right of tho General of
brigade. For tho Colonel to placo himself
by the side of tho brigade coimuander !(
not violato any ol the principles of assimi
lation of tho '1 actios. M oreover, tho pres
ence of tho Colonel at the reviewing xinl
is desirable, that bo may give
informuliou in regard to details of
his regimeut that might not lie
known to tho General commanding
tho brigade. It is therefore held that iu
tho review of a brigade of infnulrv, the
Colonels commanding battalions sliould,
unaccompanied lie their staff, lako nlucu
on tho right of the General commanding
tlio brigailc; llial, in review ol division
of iufnntrv, the Colonels sliould not leave
the head of their battalions after piling
ino reviewing omccr. ncnerai iieclslou,
U tter, August 28, 1KS., ."i.ikitl, A. G. O.j
rri KIIS Jill M Ml ri'KFHAI. I'HIKISIIOX.
l'K)n iKiint raised as to a discrepancy
between tho wording of puragraph I.i6, of
the liegulutionsof kn, and the corres
ponding paragraph in tho ICcuulathns of
INKl, the tienernl 01 Hie Army ileciiles:
"In tho mutter refcried to. nanurrsiih Oil'i.
(('odillcd Itegulalions), rites Iptuu's
isciics, as wen as me iguiniions oi I nil.
These Tactics, having been adopted sub
sequently to tho Itegulations of .Ki.'l, take
proccdonce whenever conllict occurs.
Therefore orona joining tho prociamiou
follow the collin in order of their
rank not in the inverse, ss was
pivsoribeil by the Itegulations of li:l.
It will ! olaierved thsl accor.ling to the
Tactics nothing is reversed at funerals ex
cept the arms of the infantry escort and
the order in column of thn troops when
the escort la compound of different anna of
the service. The old practice of inversion
is gradually falling into disuse." Letter.
riHr.Mour or oca an moi mtixo.
The following is the proKT method foi
ollieers of the guard to take post at guard
mouuting: The ollieers of the guard tuko
their Mts, ttiree yards in front of the
centers of their platoons (if but ono ollicvr
of the guard, threo yards iu front of the
center ( the guurd), aa soon as the Ser-gi'unt-Major
haa nqiorted ami not wait
until ho has taken post on the left of the
Tho sword should be diaw nassoon as
the ollic er takes his post ami not until
then. Circular No. 2, U. S. Infantry and
Cavalry School, IHM.)
In regard to the exorulion of the move
ment di-scrilsid iu the thiid paragraph of
patrn Mt, Inlsntry (tlrst parugraph on psgo
H0 Cavalry) Tai'tica, the General of the
Army aavs: "Tho wording of (rio Tactics,
paragraph 818, dtsrribes su oblique move
ment in the execution of the commund,
'Ollieers and non-commissioned ollieers to
the front and center, march,' at guurd
mounting; and to ascortain that the move
ment Is intended to be oblique it is well to
consider this command in connection with
tho similar command for dress parade,
paragraph 810, In which the Tactics clearly
specify thst at tho command, 'First ser
gnants to the front and center, march,' the
movement is rectangular. If tho same
hsd been contemplated at gnard mouut
ing the text would have la cn equally clear
aud piautivo iu saving so." Letter, A.U.
O., October II, IKhiJ
A non-commissioned oftlccr, command
ing the guard, when conducting the same
from tho place of guard mounting to Ita
post, should march at ita left aud rear
whenever there is do fllo closer. Deri
sion Meutcnanl-GeneraL letter, April
The conimsoding ofllcers of the old and
new gaurds should hu e the front and not
each other in oxe tiling the "suliitu" pro
scribed in the 12lh line from ths top of
psgo3M0of the Artillery Tactics, lHicl
sion ol l.ieutsuaat-UenoiaU Letter, April
17, 1880 J.
SILVER MOON FLOUR
BALDWIN KNOWLTON & LAKE
The Largest Stock
Screen Wire h ttie
387-389 MAIN STREET.
Fine Cutlery, Etc.
At Ilnttum 1'rlcn.
Tbe Cheapest and
Clly In llnva Vonr
387-389 MAIN STREET.
Tho trial of 1'olice Serwaut W. O. Ned-
rick for the killing of Thomas Cochran is
set for next Wednesday in the Criminal
Court. A venire of loil men has been or
dered, mostly from lho country, and wit
nesses huvo been aumtiiotiod to (hi ou baud.
Tho bicvclo raco over Main street vesler-
day morning, Ixtwci n lr. C. J. N-heier
nnd Mr. W. A. M'hitmore, w.h won by
tho first named expert, tho time beinn
eleven minutes. The victor signalixed his
achievement by setting them up to tlio-o
whonsiHted. Mr. Sccligolliciated asstarter,
and Mews. A. F. Alberts and Georire
l'hillips as timers.
This is the season for luteins. Tho next
ono will le under the auapicesof the Court
Street Cumberland l'iebvterian Church,
at l'.lj Main street. Tliursilay and Friday,
.May ... ami L'l. udniiH.Hion to winch is lixcd
at .'K) cents. It isslvled tho "International
15.i7.ar." will not be inaniironiiatelv named.
and is in hands capable of making it highly
Hi tractive ami siiccck'iiI.
There's nothinir like rarrvimr brotherly
lovo into all the relations oi hlo. In the
order to citixens to make sower mid water
ouuectlons 'he authorities recoeniicii no
color or comliliou. When tho ncniocs re
ceive these orders they carry them to their
pnitor, who n-nds Ihcm fioiu the pulpit
mid has a collecliou taken up to asiist Iho
uiethrcu and sitters iu complving.
Tim funeral oi lr. A. I). Mowson. who
died Saturday afternoon, took placo fioin
luivary l nurcli ymtctday utteiu'xm.
M Mini A MiEaaon aud wife, Cairo, III.;
. N. Jackson, ljino 1'ark, Fla.; Miks
Amelia Klatky, Cairo, III.; A. A. Johiiaou.
t incinnati, O., are at the Llan n. Ion.
At tho Tealsidv: I It. Yavich, New
York; K. A. Itaiiille, New Oilcans, l.s.; I
I . lii'Sini-r, l hiciiLii. III.: John A. N'ott,
Mayllcld, Kv ; J. M. Whit. hill. Arkaiiass
Cily, Ark.; L M. rourhi, lultmiuro, .Md.;
II. Ilcnlcy, IVcutur, Ala.
J. W. Tats. Inland, Miss.; Mrs. N. ft.
Croaa, hilcville, Tenn.: Iw Ij-ser,
Tunica, Mi's.; It. A. McWilliama, Holly
Spiings, Mias.; Mrs. R Livingston, Sher
man, Miss.; A. J. I.iviniMtoii. Miermitn.
.Miss.; J. II. Morsn and wife, Walnut
lii'ige, Ark.; w. II. Alursliull, Oilonl,
M'ss.; .M.M Mattio Msriale, Oxford, Mias ,
aro at Gsaion'a.
At the Fratmioli: A. J. Johnson, I. idle
Itock, Ark.: C. Wolf, l.itllo Ark.;
F. Giirabufdi, Little Ihs k, Aik.; K.I
O T.rien, Li l tlo ls k, Ark.; Hi. L A.
Steplienson, l'otls Camp, Mi is.; Ii. j. W.
Yuiik'han, l'otls Camp, Mih..; V. II. Cal
vin, Yii Lsburg, M;.;G. W. Mi I'berson,
TuMdo, Mis.; A.J. Itoacb, I'ottsCnmii,
Mum ; J. C. Willi ima, Helena, Ark. ; Ik
V. llaikell, llolimr, Tenn.
KIOHT CA8KHI tlUIlT OAHRSI
Contatnlnff Oror 60.OOO, 60,000 Im
Have been received by us direct from
Havana, through the Memphis Custom
House, during lho past week; among
which are liliifin nn, Henry I lava.
1 lor de Samelsoii uud ninny other equully
fine and stundurd bianils. We aro tho
only lirm In Memphis who riieive Iru
qintiit shipmeiils of importiHl cigars ami
unr pulrons am thereloro vnablud to got
only fresh cigars fimu us.
I. StMKMOM A C.,
The Diiocl luqKirters of Memphis,
r. S.-Wo aril ba-a -ball tickets.
IsrrlM)' Jralunajr ml lllnlno.
Fnim "(iath'a" lnu rl Villi an luillaua ltr.ul,
"1H yon think that Harrison is Jealous
"Yes. I think that Itlaine i'id not come
over to Kew York to the centennial festiv
ities because he appn-heuded, what would
have been tbe fait, that be would have
had an Immense reception here, overshad
owing that of Uartiaoii, and that Harri
son's jealousy, which is already siilhYlcnlly
niaiiifit, would have li n more spparrnl
on their return to Washington. Ni hn
stayed at home, sod Cleveland irets really
more spplauso in cw York than Harri
"Io you thlak thnl I'.laino has been sub
Diergerl by tUtrixon?"
".Not at all. , lii. umc is today the leader
At Public Auction on Tuesday, May 28, 1889, at
On th Bouthwost Corner of Mala and Madlaoa Strut, tho Following Propurty
of tin on snd Krui.l .ir-"". am known aa Nus.
bfilnff l.ullt . i.. "ii-ilml ft-l.
L-r. (i - . i i .
JVI and HUrUtj nn-rl. known a No, 1 auJ ikal slrstt.
sbova slur liomr air l-u.lt nirvurni bUaUU tuck
- , wo nil. un,- ...in. ...niar, ,w
MAY 20; 1880.
Green, Drat) and
Door and Window
Spring Hlngi-a, Pmir
1'nlla anil ( ali lira.
I of tho liepublicaii party In the I'nited
Slates. tien. Hai-rimm's miHtaken dis
. crimiuatloii nainst him has put him right
back w here he could not have put himself.
'I I... I'. I..., I 1.... ( I .1... I. I i:
, xni.irin u.iniiiiii .i I ll'I'll I M II H II
leaders of this Stale back to Waino. Ho
has ignored both I'latl ami Miller, or at
IciiMt lias wounded them, w hutever he may
have done to satisfy their servitors. If hn
should dm or lie disabled the liepublicans
urn apt to bo without a leader. IVxnv
would have tiecu that leader but lor tins
insane curing out of men of ability be
caitie thev are culled into lho service of
N. J. Kvariihi'lm i lla
Wines and liquors to families allow prices.
M ahcot tonicbt, Jai kaon Mound.
Foil your Sunday dessert, don't forget to
order your Cream roin Jacob Seesscll, tel
ephono HI, or C. J. Fallow, Iclcplunie
III S N - Ai ri'-l I. iiivimi tlii. rt- iim-i , hurt-
iI.k all.rn..ii My rj. ,,!.., a. a Mi.,
auH m.lilwn )Mra. 1 1 a- ( Millintii llinli.
KuiK'ral Mill lav.u plaiv Irmn n-.l I, u.i' loiimrrow
On.-. I.jl miiiiiliiiial 10 ovtiak. I inn I, ol the
lamll) liivllf.1 lualli'ii.l.
IiiiYU- At Ilia ni.li-n.v tn fOi, r. s,, a,
Tlilnl -In .-t, h.-1-. a. h lav .. inu, J..t jl
Jmi. U II.. ui. au.'.l iHi iil) iikIiI vmn.
liiiM-rul liuiu naiiloiiiv lata M. hi. lay) ati. in. hmi
at i ).i'. l. . Hi rvl.vtaisi lirli l a liui. li al t
u'rlia k. I tleli.li an. I ai'.p.aliilah. ua lli II. . I lo l-k-li.l.
I'AI I.Y -Al nul.t.-iKV. Nn aa ..ii.t it..Sini.
ua fi. iima. nil l... u.v,m,, ten mia.
jui uia.'-i m mi in mo laic J. A. I'alll) .
Klin, nil HIM lake .l.,.vlr..in r...-nr llm (Mm,,
lay) allernuou al 4 u i l.a k. rli n.l. am InHul lo
Tfnftralrrava fi ia Iho IT. I.. Hoi.ala
llhiM-a Mllliuill liaiiifl. ,rlai alMHtlirX lia
Ilia lorttiiiu. i ul laliu Uuita aa a OaiuL
VV. L. DOUGLAS
llal In I ha .. M. riamlw hla
1.IMI I.I M N II a y n ailUK.
hi.imi 11 l nilillM r tlHi.
2! ?'! L'V". Mi I!-' una,
wmi Miuntiin ai i Mini.,
ll.ll VVIIIIHIMlM mil),
W4.II.I aii.l )I.1A lull a' kl lllml, kllOKH
All u-a.k. m I . , I:wll..a aMl La. a,
VV. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE LAror..
llaiMtt f 1. 1 (.. mtt- ai a B.I.-.
If ttut -' I I li ...f Ai in, wiMi "
. I . I mm 4.1 AH, HKIH It TO. MABB,
I A A MI Nr. W. M IHM ttt, An
$2.00 SHOES ' "Vrli?rii7,n
foK SAI.K II T
Jiniv o'lillir!, N. a i aiaiaai.
I. tol.lmHilil HHii., W.i. si talni.
AIM I U IIMOa. a II.. MM). Sill Main l-
i. M, HUM l.l.l. i., s, sou ainla si,
ri. inr.it in., u, jii i at ma hu
WEDD & MAURY,
320 Front St.,
GRAIN AND COMMISSION.
- SEED OATS. -a
f r.rarflK ar rail a.
Sf Hi II aa lb iHiif
f.. Sr l.,f ll.acrlaiii
. f ..H Slaa.
(I. II. IN. ilia II AS M n..
aatalardaai, M. T.
ha .M M ( In
hianf yaara. au4 II I. -4
Vra.2CZBMl I .OA. Sold L ..'uu.
1 hl....n III
Sale of Valuable Front Stmt Business Pifrl j.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL OFFER
nj 84U Krout iirnLm.. ili.i.,..Sl
SlOrifS OlirU. altttaiaT AM tka a..ll. t I
Tb lot Ukiii wbli Ii Hi
Ill InformatloD Can Be
ORGILL BROS. SCO;
SI) AND 312 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. j
Avery Cotton Scrapors, Mitchell Cottoa Scrapers
Randolph Cultivators, fida and V Ihrrov3, , i
HANDLED AND EYE HOES
THOMAS HAY RAKES
BARB AND PLAIN WIR?..
DE8JARDIH8, liLLEii & HAWKINS
04 & 300 MAIN STREET. - - MEMPHIS. TENN.
Whole siilo I-Iaiclvire
STOVES AND TINWARE.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Chtollatn Hay IlaUo, Bannor
Door and Window Screens,
t,-.w, Tw.r. Too rnwn FrAonri. Hnnrllmt nnd Rvo TIosi.
m. i. LrKMiia,
in oo nro It A TED.
Lemmon a Gale Company.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Not, 320 and 323 Main Street, Momplifa, Tona
TO OAI It.
W II. M'NM,
It. U UL'CKINUHilL
f, T If MMOif,
Iahis llAiti rs. II. II. Mii.i ss,
1 1.V.I.I111L VI. l'n ,. ,1, nt. Tr.-4snr.-r. .' afccra'wrf
TIIE SC1I00LFIELD-1IANADER CO., "
(.Suo.-aan.rs lo HC1KHH 8-' 1 1:1.1. II AN At' Kit . CO )
AND COTTON FACTORS, .
256 and 258 FRONT STREET.
1.01)18 HAXA.CF.il, W. W. BtllOJUIV.I.n. O. MILLKR
Mr. ii vn.irn
George Arnold Company,
Dealers in Railroad and Lovco Contractors' Supplies.
3G1 Front Street, Memphis, Term.
0E0. ARNOLD. Tr' U Hul.ARI, VI.IWl . . OATK". ft-.-1'r anj Trus,
W. O. LVNN. f. V. HsiiAHIfi A. A. AIINULU.
M. GAVIN & CO.
WIIOU-SALi; GROCIsRS, COTTON FACTORS
AND COMMISOION MEHOIIANT3,
Nos. 232 anil 234 Front Street, Memphis, Tennessee
hi:tvi:kn apamm and jkkiki:n.
Mr. I. N. It 'A I STY .l.r.ilc Ma li..li- lima In Hip r I u I i I i k an. I anli- .if COTTON r-inl na
In unr 1 linri-a. 4 otli.it Wnr. Ii.him-. ii Wliuii(laiii Sirrvl.
J. T. LaPItAIJl-
LaPRADE, McGRATII & CO.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 04 FRONT STREET. I t I I I MEMPHIS. TENN.
KH'I'A 1 1 1 . t M 1
Otto Schwill & Co.
GOLDEN GERMAN MILLET.
STOCK PEAS, r
Clay, Dlack and Whippoorwill. Send for Prices.
303 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
NO. 3-Two one .tor r frma rolUfit, ronlaltilnir (Ir rooms nrh. with ealhnu, rtL
If null-on Hi writ tUIn M.l.y aliri,iicl known a N" nil and uUHIielbjr llnwt Tb
1 tut IMI I.. ....... -1 . . .. -
1 ! 1 ri'inar aland mraaur tai
nil i' 1
f- rn-J .arnii-iiia iu Uo m-urvtl by Uod ul truik
i.iul on llif ground.
ODUined of F, W. ROYSTER &
Plantor. O imuboil Corn Drl'.L
Qalvanizod Poultry Netting
H. f. MTX.t.KSa
ir o. mTKrvoBAal
W. . s, no,.i.i-ii n. n rr
- - - MEMPHIS. TENN
' rou.ii -
r t BrnoOf.riF.i n
I.VC'0HIOA.TIiJrNl Jfiit Up
M. J. I..VUIC
1 Ir. D la.lll.
12 O'clock M.,
.. " 7 . . , . .
Ii l l-l JxHO f.i-U
Ti-ii vr wviiL o( iirvlnt iiioti Iu la
CO., 297 Second Street.