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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: FRIDAY, MAY 24; 1880.
'MOBILE PIE FOR NINE.
THE BILL OP FARB FOB THB MEM
PHIS CLUB TODAT.
The Baa Oulls Knocked Billy in tba
Last Innlnv Yeatarday by ttaa Pall
cant No Oam at Chattanooga or
Atlanu League and Other Remits.
The Mobile Club arrived in the city yes
day nftornooa and will play this 4:30
o'clock p.ro. at Ui Dummy Lino Tnrk.
The followinn is tho batting ordur of tho
Toilicy... Otteucr. Caaly f'lmt nne
LeU.. Tlilr.1 Imiuc. Mollriifa... Lull flwlj
lvumHjU.....l,H Odd. Kelly ,,( I'nliT llolj
Duly 1 lil Imui". Koci lui Thlnl bam
rK'll H..6tviiiil litwo. Cruwi .....bccint't b.o
Klliie.......KlKbl IV10. Hrotlfrk'k.......MiiirMip
Kline Miurtatnp. TtMliry ....Uluhl livid
Kruiik CeuUT tlcbl. liiililln ..( nl( her
JIlh ullougU.. l'lti liT. llatiacvt lue. 1'lu.hvt
Thrjr Just t'anl Urn I New Orleana,
Eporlnl lhlrh to Tho ApioaL
Kkw Oiu.kans, La., May 23. A pnrado
in rarringes And tho lino ball Charleston
. has been playing of luto brought out over
700 people, in the hopes of seeing a close
gftiuo. Charleston was very confident and
Sew Orleans in coiisutiuunco put iu a full
. Uani, crippled Ward aud all. Tho first part
of the game was so quick and sharp that
the crowd was delighted; hut in the ninth
inning Charleston bunched its errors. New
Orleans sized up Luhy for sis hits and
rolled up nine runs, virtually settling tho
Kit mo. New Orleans grew careloxs at the
end and Charleston did get in threo more
runs, but that could not redeem the frame.
Tlio futures were Holland's butting und
O'iinurko's base ruuning.
' It is unnecessary to give the score.
St. Louis 8, Athletics 0.
Italtimore 0, I-ouisvillo 8.
New York 17, Chicago 18.
. Cincinnati 5, Columbus 4.
Washington 0, I'ittHhurg 1.
Philadelphia 2, Cleveland 5.
Brooklyu 17, Kaunas City 3.
TUB FIRE RECORD.
Ine Flremon Have Tbroe Buna and a
Bard Fight Yoaterday.
Tlic firemen had three runs ycslerdny
evening. The first wiw to tho foot of Auc
tion street, whero tho dry house of It. I.
Cochran A Company was ou lire; loss
The next run w.m to where tho Wood
ruff Lumber Company formerly hud a
lumber yard on l'ront street. The place
is filled with stacks of old slab luinlier for
kindling purKo, 11 ml a tho trains pass
by at ull times it is in constunt tlniiL'tT.
Hern llinro was a three hours' solid lilit
Ix fure lliu lire could bo Milxlm.'d. It liu.l
taken hold on the interior ol the slab piles
mill it WM4 almost iiiiokiIiIc to UisloUo it.
The damngi; was piaclically notniuir.
1 tiu third liio whs at the loot ol M.itkct
atrtfl, in the ollico of the Mi-niplii Coal
nnd Coko Compauy, a sinsll shanty, w liere
lmi; 111! 10 UUIIlKO tiu iotie.
A CHILD FOUND.
A Little Waif Left by Its Unnatural
Mother In Vineyard.
On Waldron avenue there is a small
vineyard, ami in this close yesterday even
ing two little boy were playing when
they found a dead infant Mr. J. K.
1'rdthcr, who lives on tho IUulllt road,
was passing and the boys rolled to him to
come. Ho went into tho inelosure aud
there found tho bodv of a well developed
while mule child. It wis wrapped in two
uieal sucks, nnd tlicw wcra rolled up in a
ropy of Tiik Ai-i'I'.al of late date. Tho
child is thought U havo been iKirn some
time yesterday. A well known lady was
seen in the vicinity during tho day but
her name is withheld for the pre-ent.
lh'puty Coroner Marvin held tho iniiHt
nnd tho Jiry relumed a verdivt of kaili
from unknown causes.
TUB JEWEL8 RgTURNED.
They Ware Deltrered to Their Troper
Owners YesterJay by Friends.
homo lime ago some valunhlo Jewelry
was purloined from Mevrs. Ilughee A
11. tiler, Main street jeweieis, by a liuljr of
high social standing, whoso misfortune
Wj c uieealeil, and hin family was
shielded fniui dingr.K'0 by the local rncM.
Maoris have Imh-ii -nding for the reiurn
ol 1 he valuables and yeterdny they aero
tuine over to the legiiiiiinle oaiu rs. No
Jiroy-ent Ion will ensue. Tho lady is 11 n
iirtiinaU ly a kleptomaniac and wholly
irresponsible for her nets in matters of tin's
1 the I'ublle.
We, theundcnilgrl liierrlinut, resert
fu'ly announce to our pntnus an J friends
tli.it wo will closo our place of biisiuess at
0 J o'clis'k p.m. cxrepl .sutur liiys, itmi
tiicncing Mondsy, the "7lh in-t. and con
tinuing until S'teiiiber I, to give our cm-
iiluyes limo for rwre.ition during too
fd-.i iff A M'-rrlwrilii r. I. ;iit.lwlilt A tiro.,
J. M Hill ik I .. I. imi. .J,, m.-r A .v,
lv rt A t n., I.ul.l.innlt Mi-ili A I rvjr,
. I'u.r A , li'J i h l't) oH-l. i u.(
1 inkiiNiter A . linia, ) ti. v ci 11 4 10.,
AilU r, liru. ., Jii'h iniiu.
Tfc Hal r Jmrf likwri
r.v the Memphis Grocery (Vimpmiy has
In rti uiiprcrilcnted, and tho demand is
daily increasing. I.tery country merchant
should send the .Memphis tirotxrv Com
pany an order lor Ihls cell hrutcd and p
if arwovrn 1 tus f or comixr.
And It stiimiluU-e and promotes the gnj'ytU
cl I he hair.
l.urnull's llavorlng txtmcts are tho
Wnv not, my dear limn, lay a decent
uit aside lor an emergency? Uuly IrlO.OO
fss'ny at Menken's.
rHthla t'arrlaes Wsrhs,
No. HI AM) 8.1 Mll SlHkl.T,
I'.i pairing and ISuilding Fine Vehicles.
. J. ttiNrnbrlsi Sx-lls
Wines and liipionito families allow prices.
Tel. phono KVX
Wo are now receiving daily fresh red
rasjibvrrlfsi Lvn.a A Siiiilim.
Lisi.ik's 1'ofti.AB MosTiiir and Lli
pi ni.it (or June; also a full line ol Oeorge
So ml s -novels, aul ".o iNsii.ci series in
pner, and this week's piclorlala to be had
I.acb curtains cleaned and beautifully
flushed at Memphis Mesm Laundry, 1IJ4
S cond strreL Itranch ollice ill Madison.
W. A. FAiaas has Jmt received a car
load 01 siiii Keniui ky saij'iio and harm
horses and lusree.
II vs you read about Menken's f 10.00
Clothing sale In litis pavr?
Luxes' line suit lints for worth
I .mo, t r. livignsa.
- LOCAL BREVITIES.
Julius Walentine was jailed on a charge
of bigamy yesterday.
A mad dog was shot dead by a police
man yesterday forenoon on Exchange
street, uear Fourth.
Charles W. Hill, who has been acting
as an insurance agent, with more or less
success, was lined $100 yosterday by Judgo
John and Richard Cumuilngs, Goorgo
Kycraft and Charles McLano, local rail;
road men, were boforo Justice Colo yes
terday on a charge of assaulting each other.
A meeting will be held at tho Mission
Church, on Mississippi even 110, tonight,
conducted by the Young Men's Christian
Association, consisting of song service,
livery ono invited.
Wui. Martin (colore J), who lives on tho
corner of Keel and Sixth st roots, Chelsea,
while working in a gravel pit beyond
llaleigh, was killed yesterday uy the cav
ing iu of tho embankment upon him. Tho
body was brought to his homo for inter
ment. Capt. McKcnzlo left for Ilirmingham
yesterdny morning, leaving behind him
many new made friends and taking with
him the best wishes of all who had tho good
fortune lo come in contact with him.
Chess playing has received an impetus that
will long be felt in Memphis.
The Hope Night School w ill give Its an
nual exhibition at tho llethel building,
corner Charleston avenuo and Adams
street, Friday, May 24. at 7: 45 o'clock p.m.
The patrons und frieuds of the school, also
all who nro interested iu the education of
tho working boys of Memphis, aro cor
dially invited to be present.
Thirty-two thousand dollars was sub
scribed yesterday by local capitalists to
tho stock of the l'bonotrraph Company.
Kighteen thousand remains to lie taken,
which Mr. Jem liaxtcr, tho well known
Naslivillo capitalist, who is hero in charge
of tho stock books, is convinced he will
place today. Hr. I). T. 1'orter, Mr. It. C.
tiraves and Col. It. 1). Frayscr will prob
ably be in the Hoard of Iirectors.
Tho gravel beds near Itruuswick, nine
teen miles out on tho Louisvillo & Nash
ville ltoad, will hardly become accessible
for commercial purpose this year, so
Ihinks City Knginecr Meriwether. The
same gentleman does not consider tho
newly discovered articlo equal to that
found in Titdiomingo County, Mississippi.
A line of track must first "be laid to the
gravel pits before its handling by tho rail
road company will become profitable.
B. LOWENSTKIN & EROS.
T:lr (Frills j ) as I auk
OUR REMNANT DAY.
The mention of tho fact would seem to
bo sufficient. A large collection of Hem
nunts will be offered at the usual counters,
at prices that will guarantee to ui speedy
i.wnKoini:ii:t i:nmuiit hikii
In llrmnnnta of I'rom I 1-3 lo 3 1-3 Yard
Km bracing Jaconet, Mull and Nainsook
F.dgiugj, and Mull Skirting and Hem
stitched Skirling and Flouncing, from to
45 inches wide. These aro all new, fresh
goods, and will bo sold fully 3 jer cent
under foruicr prices.
Choice reiuuanls of Colored Wool Drcs
Goods, American and French Sateens and
Ladies, do not (ail to attend this rem
B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS.
Thero bus Isrn a great dual of comment
en a vnunx man whom it is said outrivals
I'hiiI Itoynton, the noted swimmer. It is
aaid that ho ran travel much faster and
star in tho water threo liun-s as long with
out ircllinif tired. It is also said that ho
can do without food much longer. His
method is this: bo takes a cake of sol
Coleman's koko tulu In his mouth and
another ono to lint on, and it is such a
highly recommended article that It will
hold a man out of tho water.
Wk have just received a barge load of
rittsburg (tas Coke, very line, 1'iltshiirg
nnd Anthracite Cuul and And ami O.tk
Wood. C. K Uuvan A Co.
Tho enti-rpriKinu firm of lulling A Railey
are rapidly building a reputation (or doing
gool work. Jltey have alremly rolnplete4
some ol Die iiiimt Ihnrouuh end well venti
lated jolts ol plumbum cu r douo in Mem
phis. Their idea is to use the best mate
rials and workmanship, which nvultsln
comfort and sniistueiioii to their patrons.
I hey inako a sM-cialty ol remodeling old
tllan rilaa, WSJ Mala Nlresf,
Si'll all gmilesof Furniture, ('nrpets, Uugs,
M ilting, etc., nt the very lowest Km.ihlo
rash prices. Also do repairing, upholster
iiig, shipping and iiaekiug (urnilure, und
giiaranteo good nnd salinfaetory work.
B. NrVithM, SS I aton !.,
lias recently made some of the most
beautiful amis o clothes ever seen in tho
city. Ho makes a specially ol line gool,
and hi reputation, for tilting is unsur
passed. Memphis (arriaa Vrk,
Nos, HI ami H.I M.iiuso Srisi rr,
Luilders of Fino Vehicles.
ItsMKHT aetls Tar Camphor 15c pound.
Preserves carpetsaud woolen from months.
PnutK Honkert's Jvxl.t and Mineral
Waters. 1'15 Main sT Ho keeps tho bcL
la Ula Away.
IV Hi Itnds manure at Faircs's Stable, 57
and o'J Union street.
Grsti ik, yon will havo reason to re-pri-t
It if you don't take advantage. .f
Menken's mammoth sale toiluy best jH.00
shoes only 1.47.
Mkmpuis Stiatn ('ariet Cleaning and
Itenovsling Woiks, 2'.'0 IVale street. Tele
ft. J, Hmeahrla, Telephane SSS.
Old brandies for medicinal 11 so.
La diss' capo collars a sxvmlty at Mem-
this Siesm lJiundrr, 2l'4 N-cond street,
ranch ollice 111 Madison streeL
Fni DAT and Saturday today and to
morroware eventful days for the people
of Memphis. Do yourself a kindness aid
go early l't Menken's this moruing.
Latest in l'hotographs at Fc hard's, CU
MORMONS EN ROUTE.
FOLLOWING ELDER BPRY, WHO HAS
BEEN GATHERING THEM IN.
Bow a Reporter Obtained an Interview
The 'Patriarchs Look Forward to
More Extensive Households What
the Women Tblnlc of Matrimony.
Tlio Momphis routo sold tickets to forty
Mormons yesterday morning w ho wero on
routo to liowio, A. T.; Holbrook, A. T.;
and Salt Lake City. They hail from iu
nnd around Chuttunooga. They wero
under command, of Elder Wm. M. Spry,
who has been laboring in tho vineyard us
an evangelist and missionary, and was re
turning witlwhis haul. Ho is a hard-vis-aged,
more cunning than intelligent, per
son, and he had complete and perfect
mastory over his serfs. An Ait-sal re
porter tried hard to secure an interview
with the emigrants, but Elder Spry stood
him olT. Finally a change of clothing was
resorted to, and by claiming to be seeking
(or the truth from tho electric light of
Mormonism, suspicion was allayod and in
tercourse possible. Tho now convorts that
had been snatched as brands from tho
burning wero divided about equally.
One-hiilf was females, tho other was not.
The men declared that they were going to
Utah and Arizona becauso of tho fertility
of the soil and salubrity of tho climato.
They wero firm and ardent believers in
tho Itook of Mormon and all things thereto
"lk you gentlemen proposo supplyinu
yourselves wilh a plurality of wives?"
asked 11 n Ari'RAL reporter.
"We mean to do as God permits. If wo
aro prosperous nnd havo worldly goods
sent us sufficient for the increase of our
household and the perpetuation of our
homes no doubt but we will obey the
divine wish," said an old fellow whoso
face wore a look of sanctimonious lechery.
"Wo cannot say yet what wo will do; it
all depends on heaven's blessings."
"Madam, do you think you can learn to
love sumo of your wild Western sistcis
sufficiently lo sparo her or them a moiety
of your husband?" a. ked the reporter of
a stout, heavy-jawed matronly woman
with n shrill voice.
"You mean let my old man havo onoth
or wife? No, sir! I'd like to sco him fol
lowing around another woman, I'd .
Just let me catch him and I'd show him
that polygamy is not tlio Mormouisiu 1
learned," und she evidently meant it.
Her husbnud was a mcvk-looking iittlo
man, nnd when usked if he intended se
curing an ndditionul spouse, he sighed and
said: "No; Sary is enough for me."
Thero was one young laclv in the party
who was rather good looking. She was
perhais nineteen or twenty, coal black
eyes, brown hair nnd rosy cheeks. She
w us buxom, bright nnd vivacious nnd full
ol lifii. When tho reporter usked her if
she would ngreo to a division, in tlio event
she secured a husband, she laughingly
said: "Well, you sec that I'm still single.
I never havo been nh'o to get a w hole
man, and 1 may eventually be compelled
to take half a 'mini. If 1 should get a
whole man would I divide? That is a
horse oi another color. Wait till I get
him and then see. He might not want any
more." And the reporter retired feeling
down in his soul that the man who would
waul inoro must bo an eighteen karat
The party left for Kansas City last night.
BEST DRESS OINOHAMS, 7 1-So,
200 Tleos Tlaln, Btrlpsd and Plaid Cine;
bams Bsst American Goods, War
ranted Past Colors; Sold Else
where at I60, 12 1-So
All of theso Ginghams wore just re
ceived. They are new, fresh and desira
ble. temrinaer-Turin? Only 7 1 3e.
THE J. a MENKEN COMPANY.
The Knnsns City, Fort Scott A Memphis
Itailroinl, in connection with llm Union
I'm i lie KailriHtd, havo arranged to aeli
round trip tickets from Memphis to Nin
Francisco fur i I'M. This incliiik-s a round
trip ticket good (or six months, sleeping
car from Memphis to N111 Franciw-o, meals
rn route, aiilu trips iubi the mountains of
Colorado, hotel bills, back faro nnd every
conceivable cxcno. The excursion will
lie limited to lot), and will Ite coiiiwd of
tho very best ik'oiiIo. Thero will 1st 110
crowding in the sleepers, only twenty-four
persons to a rsr. Iho trs n will leave
Slemphis at 0:50 o'clock a.m. Juno 14
from Ihe MisHisrippi A Tenuessie Icpol,
and will take leu days to inaku the trip on
account of stops at 1 'cover, halt Ijtke and
o'.hi rnoled t-oiuts of interest, l or full
particulars call at .'!:!'. Main street
II. 1). Li. 1. is, (icm ral Agent,
What Khali He tarn Willi Oar llaysT
Is now being linked us by parents, ami wo
can give no Is'tter advice than lo recom
mend sending them lo that opular nnd
progressive Institution, 1 ho Ni4non Ihiti
tiess College, Sii'ond and Monroe st reels,
where they wilt leurn figuring and wriiing
according to business standards, as well as
stalling, book-keeping, ty'- riling, etc.
I bey will only have to study during the
cool hours of the day and will be discip
lined in a gentlo but firm manner. Tho
Nelson College stands without a ier for
thoroughness and tcspcclubiiily of pa
troiiugc. lty tho Memphis liroct-ry Company lias
hern iinpref-eilonted, ami the demsnd la
daily Increasing. Kvery country merchant
should send the Memphis dnsvry Com
pany nn order lor this celebrated aud pop
Cam one be happy in lltt-ae piping times
of enco, unh-es lie w ears good clot lies?
Nary, answers rrmlelire therefore thou
Prudence must get thee today to Men
ken's, aud fur $10.1)0 buy thyself a fJ.'i.OU
Laiuh, le sure to si K. Lavlguo's 2.V)
Hats, iliryaro worm ..uu.
iNiamc your giu liuiut-s In lite Cilitens'
liaurauce vwiusiiy, .So. U Madisuu street.
SILVER MOON FLOUR
$6.00 IPIEIR, BARREL.
:l NEW ROE
BALDWIN KNOWLTON & LAKE
The Largest Stock
387-389 MAIN STREET.
Screen Wire la tho
fine Cutlery, Etc.
At Bottom Trleas.
The Cheapest and
Clly lo llnva Tour
aerrait mtnnt anu
H lltiluwa Milila.
387-389 MAIN STREET.
C, II. llownv, a promineut lawyer of
Oxford, Miss., was in tho city yesterday.
IIknrvT. Nam, of the U. A. ratterson
Tobacco Company, has returned to tho
Mum. V. I! TiiAYKit has gono In Cold
water. Miss., to be iirvscut at the murriauu
of Miss Jessie lliisbv.
Miss Thank Itn.u:v n(urnod vclerdav,
nfter nn nlcuco of two monlhs at St.
Ixmii nnd other points.
Vn. 11. S. Hyiim.s his returned from
Vicksburg, where he has been ntreuding
tho MissiHsippi ltental Convention.
A. N. Nkwsomk left last night (or
Europe, via New York, where lie will he
joined by his brother Johu. They will
sjH'iid the siimiuer abroad.
Vim loin on 'Chango vesterd.iy: II. I).
Mcllenry, Mcllcnrv, Ky.j tiuii. John
lcbols, Louisville, ky.; the Hon. WW.
Lreckiuriilge, U'xiugton, Ky.; W. II.
F. II. Sviitii, tirennda, Miss.; II. W.
Jounnrd, Naihvillc, Tenn.; T. U 1'ossick,
Tiiseuiuhin, Ala.; James II. Hillsinnn,
rirmiitKhain, Ala.; Mohiht l'.ascball Club;
J. E. Ijicey, Jasper, Ala.; U II. Case,
rartiirould, Ark., are registered at tlio
A iiistinoi'isiikii parly took dinner at
tho (iayoio yesterday, nnd left msm nfter
(or I xiti i villo over the Che-apeake A Ohio
Lailroad. I'hoy wore the lion. V. C. P.
I'.reckenride and wife, Mis. rcagnicri,
Col. J. A. Spalding, lieu. John A. I lamp.
ton, Maj. J. 1 later, Col. II. 1. Mcllenry
mid Col. J. A. Kr.iier.
At HufTy's: J. J. flrey, Camden. Tenn.;
J. M. Kirk wood a ii' I son, Henry, Tcnn.; J.
Watson, M. I11 1 in; 1 F linsbuui, New
Orleans; V. 8. U'uiren, Van Ilurvll, Alk.j
J. C. Ilursoiig, New Orleans; Mrs. Slroiin,
l'.l.n k l;. k, Ark.: J. T. lewlerry, NmnIi.
ville, Tenn.; I. Mclionald, 1'roy, Tenn.;
A. (i. Smistt, Itrowiiiville, Tcnn.; IU II.
l'duahlxon, Jouesboio, Aik.
H.J. Nkwi ijMH.f'oriiilh.Miis.; Mrs. V. Ik
Strang, Kainuslity; J. A. Kouvillo, liuis
ville; S. A. Meele, knn.ut til v; Miss Jean
Carlhie, Coliunhia, Tenn.; J. K. Little,
New York; K. II. Webber and w ife.Clarks
ville, Tenn.; J. It. IVavours, I- It. Kirk
palnck. Hark" lule, Miss.; J. Hercules,
M. Ixiuis; A. (i. Winemau, Tipton, Tenn.;
(.eo. A. Moiris nnd wile, Atkansas, aro at
KIQltT CA8KHI EIGHT CA8E8I
Contalnlns Over 6U.OOO, 60,000 lm-
lUvolteen received by lis direct from
llavsn;!, Ihrougli the Mehiphis Cuiloin.
Houso, during tho past weuk; iimoiig
which nro liiligem 1.1s, Henry Clay,
1 lor de Saiuelson mid many other t nully
line and standard brand. We are the
only linn iu Memphis who rccoivo Ire
rpieut shipinelits of imported ciynrs and
jer patrons aro tln reloie enaliluil to uel
only Irosh clgurs Inuti us.
J. imviki-sov 1 11.,
Tlio Pi rod lniM.rten ol Memphis,
r. S. We sell buM hall tickets.
l.l'Vlt inn lliiiii iiir- lli'l.iv liot toil nn
direct to Menken's .l iy (or harirnins.
M Kl.-At Imnllr r'-l-l' 'H-. S VI J. k.n
li'ii. I hililnj itrl ' k Vl)r Ivy, II ju cI.k k,
nilMiR II. fM.L. nirl ten..
Kuueml from mi'li-ii II. n IHIIH V) murtilni
atlUurli.k. I'rltnU mil ariulnianev ImlM
K ANK-M lilt Imn ii-.i.i-iii Ko l M.iln "lol
I ii. ii.li-l. len.t. M.i ii, Iwj, al i n 11'tl.Kk
l in., John litim, I t- '-o".
lur nulleviil (illH-rnl Kill b-nlfi'll
v. a. at. 11 sum. Niri :.
Nemos tJiiH.p vn un, v. a
J 1 1. ollevii aii'l ihitiiIh r will
III lil'llll rnnillilltil.nl I .11 (III Olllll
tii.oo 1 o Ma VI. I t ui ' irl' , l. r llm .'it
mr ol alii li'lllis llm l"t.t-'l n tnr UI" Knllh)
I r Mhrr, vv. II !.mi. t i.en.s I.Milmn Imienulljr
Invite I. ('eliti'iaiii. . nl lit'- I'luelf
Hi of.l-r nl l-MITII. W. M.
Ail.L Ihiu C Ti 11 m. i r'Ur.
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At Public Auction on Tuesday, May 28, 1889, at 12 O'clock E,
On th Bouthwom Oomor of Main nd MaJinoa Btrooln, tho FollowhifcT Tropcrty :
NO. 1-Tlm two v;iiulilo llirce lory lull k alnrc linn.mi altunto on Die Kiiilln a"! r
of I' ii loll and 1'rmii '"' '! known u K. 3J1 anil CtO Kront ilrtrt, acli of ull .lor..
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SO. 1 Tn liiii' lrn k '""" limiara, lo .lorl'- Mijli. altuato on III Mutliarut rnrnT nf
Ili-ulii aii'l Hhnltiy ln . I", r.ri'l krinwn a. Nu I auj S lWe UrvU Tin lot lilmn which thf
l...w . i ' . ... I ... 1 1 1 nii.i.llra f.'lt!.l t..ni
Green, Drab and
Door and Window
Nprlng llliigra. Door
full" attil t'ali'ltes.
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Mht IVrr.nin ir, . no.
Mnllnaa l'rrrnriutiiir,t iU.
Ttrhrt itnW, ana Mnl Blrt
Si lt vVrrk-ThrtMi lllnnk I'luaha
Knights of : Labor
AI1M1I h :V
DAN FRASER T0MS0N,
iviirrl Ia- irvr of th ' 'r1pr,
SA1URDAY, MAY 23, 1889
AT 8 O'CLOCK P.M..
CurtM-r n l mi'l AUtn Mitu, rr I itKntt
HniiK. bit KliTiiM I i ( Imirft .
All Arc htill-l.
PHOIX WIRE WORKS.
mm r ii mi u nr
Screen Wirj Doors a Windows
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ll-riliitl'l rni 'iuamiil' L
330 FI.ONT HT. Tolojihono 1,311
K. of ILNoticc.
1 lia t.irln'i. rfilllllilllii. fur III ')iki.I ul lln Or
i. . K.nl II . Kill Iiim'I (III. OUII1AV1 HUM al
a in Im lt liiiri al Mm Hall ! M-nt i ! 1 lla, k.
ul II., Nil. 'in n nml utri i I.
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THE UNDERSIGNED WILL OFFER
All Information CiaBs
ORGILL BROS. & CO.
3I3 AND 3I2 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
Avery Cotton Scrapers, Mitchell Cotton Scrapers
Randolph Cultivators, Side and V Harrows,
HANDLED AND EYE HOES
THOMAS HAY RAKES
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE.
DESJARDINS, MILLER & HAWKINS
G04 & 303 MAIN STREET, - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Chieftain Hay Rake, Dannor Plnntor. Oimpbnll Corn Drill,
Door and Window Screens, Galvanized Foultry. Netting
twnVwivri. Ten Oronm Fwejinrn. Tlanrlldd anrt Ey Hoe.
II. T. I.I'M M0N, TOM OAl.R.
I'n'niilenl. Vh v I'rohlent.
1 NCOltl'O Jt A TIM).
Lemmon & Gale Company
DRY GOODS! NOTIONS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
ZZO and 020 Mnln Stroot, Momphia, Tonu.
II. T. I I M MOV. TOM
w. r. mii.i.i:i:,
ii. i. nt i
I ovu llnvn. II. ll. Mn.i.an,
1'it-i.iitcut. V it'ii I'rciiil 'lit.
(HuoeenoM to M IIOOl I IKl.t), IIANAI'!:!! A CO )
AND COTTON FACTORS,
256 and 258 FRONT STREET,
I.OIMS IIANAI'T'.II, W. W. BCilO Jl.U Kl.0. 0. MILLE"
w it. Mtt t.rn n t Kcitoovrirt iv
I'm rAiit.iHiii'U) ihijo. i n co n Pt i tVif'V k i x e ,
George Arnold Company
Dealers in Railroad and Loveo Contractors' Supplied.
Front Street, Icmpliis, Tcnn.
OHO. AIlNOI.n. I'rfi'l IK)I.AHI. Vl.alV.U J. J. OA IT9, frrl'r ami Trraa.
W. U. KI.VN.V. C. V. IlnOAHIf A. A AI.Sul.II.
M. GAVIN & CO.
WliOI.HSAI.i; GROCERS. COTTON FACTORS
AND OOMMIUBION MERCHANTS,
Nos. 232 and 234 l'ront Strict, Mciiiphis, Ti'iincsscc
I.l I W I MN AIAMX
Mr. I. X. I! AIM'.Y 't r"l" 'lUwImli- Hi"" l
In niir 1 linr 'ii. iiIImii Wiin
J. T. i.I'i;api:
LaPRADE, McGRATIl & CO.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 304 FRONT ST R GET. 1 1 t t t MEMPHIS. TENN.
KMTA Itf.lMl 1 1: t 1 1 1 .
Otto Schwill & -Go.
' GOLDEN GERMAN MILLET,
STOCK PEAS, V
Clay, Black nnd Whippoorwill. Send for Prices.
303 Front Street, Memphis, Toun.
N'. S-Twmiiip l.irr fiamr (nllnKi .. rrnlnlnliiK flv" rootri nrh, w'th ottlldii.M, ea,
!lu. .I n llm w"t llila i-l Hit lliy alrm l. an I kimwii N... flit and MISFhtlby trt. Tim
Iota upon hu h lliraa limiii tlnml innunin-1 a. Ii '.'tl 7 U'I I" '
lkllMf-Oii(Hlilnl ra.li; Ulam In m ami ln yrnm Hh prr rn.X. 'n'ortal 1
firml pavmrnla In Ik- aacnirtl Uy tlifl f Iru-l. Tin per wnl. ct purrhaan ti'-l.-y Mil
iniil un tin" amunil.
OsUloel ol F. W. UOYSTER
V. I'. Mll.l.KK,
M I.l'. If. l. IUV'KI.VCir Af.
V. II. JoV.XKIt,
V. V. Pcnooi.riri.n,
J. O. fnx.
M. J. CLARK
tin- m-llilnt( nml rtlinif roTP "X Ciiii-I.'it
I n, in N ii.liiiiitinti Mri'i.
JtH IV MrUltA III.
& CO.. 297 Second Street.