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1 FINE FIELDS OF RACERS
., JTJZZLINO PBOQRA.MS AT GRAVE
BEND AND LATONIA.
Plngrston Will Males Bli Debut at
Gravesend For the Present Season
Bravo 8 tarts Aaaln at Latonla A
Good Board at Both Places.
The races today, both at Brooklyn and
Lntonia, present difficult fields, and lio
will bo a prophet indeed who enn pick
out the beat among those offered (or Be-
lection. If Kingston ia hall as good as ho
was lust year ho ought to run away (mm
Ms company in tho mile and one-eighth
handicap at Brooklyn, but none but his
owners probably know bis real condition.
IIo ought to win, with Barrister closo up.
At Lntonia there are two which will
bring to tho post a lot of starters almost
evenly matched. Kcdar Khan, Chceney,
Fan King, Kidnap and Los Webster are
all probublu winners, and tho other five
are posniblo victors. In tho inilo race
Jukie Toms, May O, Louis cl'Or, Bou Air,
Littrell, btuurt Wulisntch, Amos A ore
likely starters, and a puzzling lot to choose
from they are. Tho mile and a sixteonth
alto promises a fine contest, with Teuton,
1 la May, Caaslus, Dud and ISour Mush
all likely winners.
Tho milo and seventy yards sweep
stakes is another tough racing conundrum,
although in the strength of public form
the raco lies between Bravo and Ban
The Harold stakes for two years old
will bring to the. post: Uncle Ikih, Avon
ilaln, Starter Caldwell, I'll. mix, (irayson,
Ahileno, Mayor Nolan and Frederick.
Tho tirst three named have all wou good
Altogether it is likely to provo n very
rocky day for speculator.
' F.itlrlra at Urairwail Today.
Nkw YoitK, May 24 Following is tho
program of tho Brooklyn Jockey Club
races at Graveseud on Monday, together
with tho probable starters:
First liace Thrce-quurters of a milo.
Brail 1U, King Crab, Falcon, Kalvina,
(iiiaranteo 112 each, Swift 1011, Theora
107, lVlhnn 100, tilory m.
Kroiid Ikiiee Hve-elgliths of a milo.
Oourlliind 10S, J'rint o Howard, Tormentor,
John At wood, Millerton, l'irino, Frnnso,
Vow Wow 10S each, Mamio 11., Mignoti,
)ruidi-Hn, Marin lilly, Cummin 105 each.
Third Have (no mile. Marauder IJS,
(iny Pawn 12-J, ICavuiond O 100, New
burg 1(MI, Vivian lOi
louith Itaco (liio mile. Mmlstone,
Boh Furey, Jubal and Bru.vels 113 each,
Filth Buco One mid one-eighth miles.
Tho Jinurbuu 11(1, Kingston 1 10, laragmi
112, BarrUter 112, Luminary 107, N.a
t-ixtli Iluco Ono ond one sili'iiith
mill's, selling. Izmir Knight 110, Ofelbis
110, F.rncsl 112, King Idle 112. First At
tempt 112, Luminary 112, (run. Nav IIS,
lionniu h 111, (iulius Dan 111, J J O il
110, lU .-ellcr loo, 1'KH-eai'cio Iml, Llgiu
V i, (ueen F.liwk th luu, My Uwn 102,
Lalonla) t.nlrlr lar To.lny.
First liuce K'lling; three fourths of a
mile. Charlotto J l7, ?22; Kedar Kahn
IDS, $10; Fun King 10s, $10; Cheency loo,
$10; Kidnap 0.'), $ti; llmaon 10S, sm
Uilmter 10t, t-; l'esluj 102, Armenia lot,
Muih 105, field $2.
Nvond IJaei S-Oling; ono mile. JsVIo
Toms 11, $10; May O loi, I0; luis l'Or
102, I2; Bon lur KM, ?l; Unroll 112, ?1
Ma. nt ll.'i, ts; Wulisatch loo, S; Amos A
100, (ioliglitly lo:;, j:t; Maid of Oilcan
107, 1; Holland lus, t'ast Mci-I IlHi,
I'luia. li.fd 110, ArunJel 111, Held i
lliird ILk-o Handirait; mile and a six
teen ih. Teuton t !; Ula May lo.',
tH; liilfnrd !, Si; tiuwiiw OH, frh; lu.l
jo.'. St; Sour Mash lwl, $4; U'agraiu Iki,
Fourth Hare Sweepstakes; milo and
aeienty yard. Bnivo 111, JIS; lkinn-ret
100. ."; Caliento US, ;.; Maicluim 117, H;
New rustic loii, j:'.
Iiflli Itace -H.iroM stakes, for two year
ol'l; live-eighths of a mile. Avondalu
in, f Uf, Im-lo Bob li:l, ?."; K'arter Cal.l
Well 121 I'lio-nix li:i, (iravMin li:t.
M; Abileno 111, Mavur Nolan 111, $2;
Frederick 1. li:i, l.
I'rvbnbl Wlanrra TcMtay.
Him rtmi 4 liK,-ii(r, Ian kin.
,f,"ii-l Ksr Mi,)-o., Aimi.
1l,.i I IC.ii- t tt, i.,'la l,,y
I t unit l.ms--I'.ravi. ItotiH.-n'Op.
linn ni iim w luih. Aiunaiio.
Flr.t s,il nl, (imraiiKi-.
s. o.i im- Iwritirnliir I'riuif llosnl.
Hur l Hnrv-.liiMiH!T. ;rv ltwn.
(Hinh hav MUli,iir. ki't'iutrtl.
titli Kn, Rlfigvou, IUrriti-r.
fi.ih limt-Ijoiiiiii) p.. riucsi.
(ins. W. II. Ja. kmix, li llfl Mesd Ptu.l,
Nii-liville, Tenn., lost on April IIO tint
briwn mare 'I idy, lonled lMl, by ( ,rcnl
'loin, dnra Nubia, by Albion.
' To a largit winner at thn Inuiviiln
meeting was r-'Hkane, whos rarnincs
were H.fi-V). Ba.lge won l,Oo:i, Jewel
Him .1,1)), lVnn T !?2,0Vj and Fmry
Ma. Will tSrr.vr. s-m of Col. J. W.
Cilli-St, state tlnvt Melon was only shk'hlly
Injured wIikii ho hroku loose in lua tar at
toillaliii, 'J'enu., and that ho will aoou be
lit lo i. u e ngaiik
W'v: La K Ll. ami is not inclined to accept
lr Ih ImioiiI's oiler to maicli l nnco Itoval
Agion-t F.xile, weight for at a mile,
for t '.,in) a sole. Ins i xiuse U ii.g licit llm
diMiu.ee is loo short.
Tiim hay mare, fouled 1M, tin' properly
r( Mi-skhi. H.tvis A Manning, Chailcsluwn,
W. a., by Icleowli lni, il.im I'l hlii, I. v
I'milhii, and her loal of lNVI, by Monti
cello, loth died from i1isIcidht.
F. B. NARi-ra's l'atton, foir-yenr-olil, Is
Said lo have broken down in hauling, und
lias aln-Oily Is-en ulnpped lo Nanturu I arm.
1'uilon Iimm not raivd since v7, when he
was among the track two-year-olds.
Caom, the race hoise, was named for
('Inn lies linlcn, the renowned Koinau
pliv-ician. He llouiHlied dtiHpg the relxn
of AunOius, and wss tliu author of uioie
inedical works than any wr.tcr of ancient
JisKr.Y W. J. FirrrATiucK (Pare In vil
I hitl ha signed to fide lor Mr. Willn rs
lor the remainder of Ui aotison. As he
will haro plenty of givxl Iioin hi work
for IsMiromistiS lo surpass his bn.liaut
rveotd of lat year.
TiTTsMGKii I'iiii," who madu quite a
reputation as a "plunger," tiic l Ins band
at booking week Ixdoru hint. His alleiupt
was prolmlily not rrowued with sucn-sa,
liuwevnr, as bo failed to niateriuliM' in a
similar capacity lusl week.
A tkottiko horn club Is now orgnniwd
in rails. A rueiilar piinied by tho soci
ety says that grounds have Ix-cn IciiMid for
a periixl of live years, and that a part of
the capital of :i.M,0ii0 franca is already sub
scribed by men who are in rint.
For a long time pool kIUts and others
ai luisvillu have leeli annoyed by bay
ing on the races received by tele
er.iph suddenly bi'eutne public property.
Tins otvnrrol by lha telegraph operator
who handled the messages going la'er lo
the vsl rooms nnd betting; and telling their
(rieiids, l-eently A.M. Wuddell.a poolroom
operator, sent a bog-.is message with a
lalso "tip" to Nashvillo, and the operators
and their friends played honvily and were
Stamdoitl, W. S. Hobnrl's $50,000 stal
lion, is in training In California, and will
be sent to lower his record of 2:14 J. Sou
ntor Kosn, former owner of tho horse, hos
wagered $10,000 that titamboul will equal
or boat 2:12 before the season closes.
Sam Brvakt, now at Latonia, says that
I1 root or Knott is himself again, and will bo
started in the llimyar biakeu, Tuesday.
As ho will have but a milo and an eighth
to go then, and will not moot Spokane, ho
may w in his first brackets for tho spring.
1 it most persistent nlaco horse of tho
year is W. 1 Caaaidy's three-year-old
iiamner, no nas stnrteu sovon tunes ana
has been second four time, on three oc
casions so close uu as to look liko a win
nor. In his othur raco he has been third
Isaac Mi-RiMtv and Jitmnlo MeLautrh
tin, the two best heavy-weight jockevs in
tho West, nre still much troubled to keep
(town to ruling Bliupo. .Murphy got down
very low at tho lniisvillo meeting, but
took on Ilesti so rapidly afterward that lie
is now sweating nnd dieting himself as
hard as he did a month ago.
Vo Wilkfs. which was bnrnod In Ken
tucky last week, was regarded as one of
tue most iiroiuiHing young liorst'a .n Ken
tucky, llo hail a yenrling record of 2:2SJ,
aud was confidently expected to bo a vory
senbatioual two-vear-old this venr. It had
been intended that tho muutlo of bis
grnndflre, ictor on Bismarck, should
havo fallen to him.
Foi rtkkm year ftja a Pittsburg man
visited Orango County, N. Y., for the pur
pose of purchasing ' a colt for stud pur
poses. Ho was ollered his choice letween
JtolHrt Mctiregor nnd Hidgway, bv Iron
Duke-Lady Kose, by Harry Clay, n't foOO.
The l'itthburger selectod tho hitter, and
the developments of a dozen or moro
years show w hut an error of judgment he
Tin Duke of Portland ran first and
second (or tho Newmarket stakes of 7,500
guineas, with Donovan and Tho Tur-
caphouo, both sons of the famous sire
iniluimi, Laurcato running third. Four
teen othent ran, tho distancu being a milo
and a quarter. Tho tknuervillo stakes
was won by Ixml Dunraven's L'Abbo
Mori n. bv Trantiial. Clavetitii riiiiniinr
seconil, and ISwnliowlield third.
Tub cracks of laat season are' not show
ing so well as tliev promised to earlv in
the spring. Hanover, in tho Kant, is not
nearly so hard lo lieatas it was thought he
weuld be; Tho Bard is not himself, Firenzi
is ou tho doubtful list, and L'lkwood s
said to show signs of being about dono
lor. icrra totia, in tlio West, is not as
fast as he was last year, but stiil sectus to
bo tho besi of the older division.
Tiikkr are now thrco horses in Itoliert
Bonner's Now York City stablo with
records la-low 2:20. They are Maud K,
2:0Sj; Itarus. 2:i::l. and I'ackard. 2:181.
Tho iiueen of the trotting turf is looking
the picture of health this spring, says an
exchange. Mr. Bonner jogs her every
morning. Jiarus is iieginmng lo show tho
weight of his twenty-two years, still ho
hai an apatite as good as any horw in
tlio stable, and is always ready for his
leed. He otvupies tho lsx oppo.-ito to
to that in which lexter died alutlo over
a year ngo.
Tiik L'et of nearly thirty heretofore un
tried American stallion will Is) repre
sented it the two-year-old races this year,
tlio most prominent la-lug tho licoroe
Kinncys, Lumiyuiede. Day Mars. Bill
iards, l'nnton nnd thoso by Blaxes.
Other well-known H.-rformcr that havo
youngalurs old enough to race are Aluudu,
.Mnierson, luicnten, JkUiics, 1 en ay son,
Kiuhka, FoitMter and Bucaecio. The
Australian, hir Mudrod. la amouu thoaM
whose progeny will porl aiik this year in
America, a will also tho uct of imported
Tiik Western Bookmakers' Association
found a means of cvadiiu tho ohservsnee
of Iho agreement uiado withCol.CI.uk
and the Louisville Jockey l.'lub. At li
tonU Iho a-oeiated lMik makers of the
l.at and W est are on. and so are a few of
Iho indcM-lidc nl bookie that did business
here, but they are no longer imh'ticiidcnt,
having been made mcmUrrs of tho West
ern AKiuH'iatiou. Tho organization picked
out the men that were suited to its own
end and look (hem In, to iho exclusion
ol the other. Tho reul iudj)x.'iidctiU are
still shut out, but. the niuoculion claim
that there is no boycott.
A riHW which ha lust issued a lariro
picture of the great race horses ma in a e
nous mistake by having 1 Victor Knott'
pieiuro In tho cenU-r of Uie nup anl
omitting to Include Hxkane in tho lot.
I lie picture is a drug on llm market. .Mr.
Armstrong was o'lered 2j,()oo for tho
winuoroftho Kentucky lKrby and the
Clark Mako brex-Msyor Nolan, of Al
bany, owner of tho Beverwyck Stable.
'Hits Mr. Armstrong declinel, and, pressed
to lis a price on tho horse, ho put it at
f 10,000, at which flguro ha hoet Mr.
Nolan will refuse to buy. r-'Kkano will
run at ( hiengo, Kansa City and SU l'uul.
and then will be taken Fist for the meet
lui at Monmouth, Wcstchter and
Coney Island, w heru ho has a liumlier of
Tiik .S:iM:in Brothers b.iva been on the
tuif hut a phort lime, but have already
learned to let few good things gel away
from thriu. Thrv knew how L'oo I Wheeler
T was when the Cl.icigo Mablo'a pair leat
.MonlUMKt eOncsjay, an 1 the way they
found it out was that Monday, when tia
len sn I Wheeler T llillflird 'behind Tho
Chevalier, on of ths brothers saw that
VVbnelerTwas not pulled up at tho finish.
but went on. llo immediately recogniccd
I lie fad that the liorsn was 'being tried,
when there tan very lit I la chnneu of unv
one observing it. sivl a he was liming the
race, ho timed the crack lour year old to
the live-furlong pole, a run in nil of a miln
and an eolith, in I:. VI. When Wheeler T
started lor tbn slakes Wedm-s.l.iy, lbs
brothers backed him, and theuli they
wro not benefited by their lsskb 'ls',
won more money than tho stable peoflo
did, by their pln in tho auction pools.
A UiiIm' W II.
Miilet wai uot indifferent to or incapa
ble of working from nature or of applying
it lo hi picture In progress. Hi son ha
frequently told me of his desire to make
moro studies from the living model, and
hi regret at not Wing able lo do o. It
seemed lo lie dirlirult for Millet lo ae
p mil h people that he wanted to havo p:nu
(or liini, nnd this ndlco of asking a peasant
man or woman to sit (or him nlways I -1 1
Uin hi wife. But theao sitting were
never long nnr titesomo. He wanted only
the lew fuels .( form or color which tha'l
particular model could civo him. For a
detail or a special qtiulity he would at
tuii'-a take Ihe greatest pains.
Mine. Millet ha told me of having
W'ji n the roughest of peasant J n uIh.ui
the heiii- and garden for wek, that
when it pleased him her husband mlhl
call upon her lo oso for somo part of a
picture upon which he would U) at work,
aud of Millet compelling her to wear the
same shirt for an uncomfortably long lime,
not to paint tho dirt, a the early critics of
Millet would havo us believe, but that tho
rough linen should simplify it fold and
Like Ih form of the body, that ho mii'ht
give a fresher and stronger accent to those
qoahtiea he ao love I the garment broom
ins, as it aero, a part of the body, and ex
pressing, at ho has aaid, even more than
the nmlr, the laiger and more simple
forma of nalur.
THS BEAQDLLS BSATTHE PELICANS
IN A GOOD GAME.
Memphis Will Have Borne Fun With
Mobile Today-cinclnnatl Wlus Two
Games From Louisville St. Loula
Tho Memphis and Mobile basotall teams
w ill continue their regular sorius this after
noon, tho batting order of each being ns
C"T Pitcher. Fmlth Pitcher
louliuy...,......i nlchcr. t.r.oillek Isichcr
hiiiK... .Hhiirtlui. Hnl'r'k.....slmrl.liii
l ---- lrt Uu.v I'asMuly Kln.t U
riryn.,..tt,ii,t t rium .hs'.iii.t buw
fwta "I '''ft '. KiwIm Thlr.1 ban
Invsnauxh U-it IU-1,1. Heliri.le u ftulj
l"nk mer lkl.1. Kelly ..Center liel.l
M-.HI!lU ltd,!. To.ihey......Ki;lil Meld
'harlratan Bests Nrw Orlra
Speclnl Dljiich to Ths Apel.
NkwOiileaxs, 1a., May 2(1. Today's
gnrao was won by Charleston through tho
ovor-confidenco of New Orleans, but
Charleston worked hnrd aud faithfully and
doacrvod the victory. The Charleston out
flulding did excellently, but its infield
needs a groat dual of improvement. Hen
neimy pitched with a itood deal of eontl
donee, and Whnlon backed him up well.
Tho Now Orleani team piavod lino
ball until toward ths end, until some of
tho gladiators sulked because they thought
somo of tho uiiio were not playinj their
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2, Charleston 0. 'I wo base hits (iau.
Threo bnim biiaSnli. W....I 1 1...
,111 .. ,va. jiiiiuu
runs Bolliemiis, Householder. Stolen
i.ist.-a i.iiariesion 1, ftcw tlrlean 2.
Urst baso on balls Charleston 3, New
rloons 1. Hit by pitched ball (inns,
I' It SMI minimal Kl rin.lr I II...
fi; by iVtly, K Vmn-i Lull -Spies.
iniik retiy. lime uiu hour and lilly
11 vo minutes. Umjiiro-Tim W. Hurst.
Hm any llnsrbsIL
Ai St. Uuis L Louis 12, Kansas City X
At Coluuibua Colmnbiis K l'.r.u.k.
At Philadelphia Athletics 0. Balli-
At Cinrlnnnli f'inrlnnatl a 1 Ml..
7. K-cond gaino Ciucinuati 10, Lmis-
HA VINO THI EVIL BY&
One of lb Moat FaiuUUu S-p.tltlons
A man a- the Italians.
From the Urn Ion RalnMsy Itnrleir.
Shortly after his election I'iusj IX'., who
was then adored by the Itomana and i-r-lisps
the best loved man In Italy, was driv
ing through the streets when ho hapicuod
to glance upward at an open window at
which a mirso was standing with a child.
A few minutes afterward tho nurse let the
child drop and it was killed. No ono
thought tlio I'ojm had wished this, but tho
fancy that he bad tho evil eye became uni
versal and lasted till his death. In Cunil-
ola, if you lull a mother her baby ia strong
ami largo for it age, a farmer that his
crop aro looking well, or a coachman that
his team is goo-l, all threo will spit at
your feet to avert Iho omen, and, If you
undcrstaml the custom, you wilt do the
aamo ns an act of politeness. A per
son who wandered through the Upper Car-
niolannd praised everything be saw would
soon coma to be considered lha most
malevolent of men. In Naples the same
feeling cxls!. The tortus of endearment
which mollinr of the lower class used to
their clildren and the pet name they call
tbcin by are often ao indecent that It would
beimMiHsihls to reproduce them in Fiitflish,
and alws ao contemptuous Hint they
would le nuensive in any other relation.
Tho well known habit of Neapolitans to
offer a guest anything ho may praise ha
ptoltably thraaiuo origin. It is, of course,
now, lo a very largo extent, only a form of
courtesy, but even now another feeling
lurks behind, at least In a fhm msny
cases. Your lirist has been delighted at
your admiration of hi possessions: ha
would lisvubecn disapjointod 11 it had not
been ao warmly expressed a ll was; but
still lie is a hlllo afraid of Ihe ill luck Iho
kind things you have said may bring. By
ottering the object you have liked Is-st to
you, nnd receiving your certain refusal to
accept tlicin, he puts them in a hail light
and thus counteract tho evil rllects of
your prsim. 1 le jy lo fate, you ace their
value is nnl grent, alter all.
This superstition, however. I by no
tiienn rotilincd to Napli or Italy, it is
aanl lo bucomiii'tn In China and Japan,
anil auiotnt negroes ami rod Indians.
I.vcn in Kuglarnl it U not unknown. In
fact, In all cuiintiie when visiting a sick
oeii:iiiitiinco It I Is-tter to s.iv, "I am
ulad to hear you are a liltlo heller today,"
than "1 am via 1 lo see you looking so
much Ix'tter." Nor is the belief by any
means coiilined to tliu lower cIihihcs. A
iM'rson who is highly udiicaii, very Intel
ii'iit, and by no menus prejudiced In ro-Ii-ioii
milter, wa oneo asked whether
the word seted a an evil rharin or
whether they merely foretold evil. Tho
reply was: "1 don't know; but I do know
liom expcrii'iicn that whenevi-r miivInmI
tell me I am hukiiig well I fall ill wilhiii
three days; and the more intimate I am
with thn iMTson that says It Iho worse tho
lllncsa j.'' Them muy he a roin.rcti.in
iH-tweeli thin sux-rHlitinii and that of tho
evil ryr s are incliiird lo think there is
- but they mnst not be cnuloundud, as
one is oileii found ill district whoro llu
other ia unknown
Wr have just received a barge 1od of
Pittsburg tins Coke, very line, Pittsburg
and AiilhratiW Cos I and Ash aud ak
Vik1. C. B. Bar as & Cu.
I.aimis, Ik aura to sea K. Lavigno's Vxs
II.it. Thcyrfru wortli J.MKI.
A lir liark i a Irm-. Ko w
liora... if liitilit-J lo uno too long.
SILVER MOON FLOUR
; NEW ROE HERRING.
BALDWIN KNOWLTON & LAKE
Tho Largest Stock
Screen Wire la ttie
At nottiim rrtrri.
387-389 MAIN STREET.
Tine Cutlery, Etc.
The Cheapest and
CM? to Have Vmt
toi rtiii rMir muU
387-389 MAIN STREET.
Jno. W. CiittiiM hit for Naahvillo last
At tho Fransioli: W. P. Klder. Imbin-
sonville. Miss.; A. It. Thornton, N. lmia;
a. iiiiams, t'oviuirlon, lenn.j W. Char
land, Now Yoik; C. B. Jordan ami F.
Perkins, Chicago; !'. H. Pcrcv, Tunica,
At tho Clarendon Hotel: Samuel Wile.
Grennda, Miss.; M. W. Mitchell, New
Albany, Iml.; V. II, Haines, BIoksoui,
Tex.; W. It. Kd wards, SL luis; W. N.
VsiiL'lin, bun rranvtseo: W. if. Slavs.
J r.w isii society circles nre about to lie
deprived of ono ol their chief ornaments
ill Iho person of Miss Sarah Sainclnun, who
was recently betrothed lo Mr. Joo Kich.
of Sau Bernardino, Cal. Tho wedding
w in iimo I'liu e III WclolMT.
At the Pcalmdv: R P. Job n son New
York; M. II. Uobinson, Now Haven; II.
r- Jewey, I'lnla.lclj.lim; Jno. Hiamoinl,
Philadelphia: T. II. Ilurch. liillu Ibs k:
C. W. (iraiiger, M, luis; (ieo. Wooldrige,
.Mississippi; ii. nurioii, railiieah, Ky.
At Putlv's Hotel: (. It. Miller and
wifo. Little Bock, Ark.; J. Weidinaiin,
I'lirminghum, Ala.; J. W. tiatea, lVealur,
Ala.: J. C. Morrison, Nashvillo, Tenn.; W,
I. Jones, Jackson, .Miss.; W. O. Hmg,
Hales Point, Miss.; Mrs. Cast, Mobile,
At the Oavnso: W. A. Bullock. KL
I mis; A. A. Ikip.'s, Athens, (ia.; Iiuis
l.twnian, New otk; W. II. Knnwlea,
Phlladelidua: K. (unsL WoiMlville. Miss.:
it. C Coaardiu. I.iuln B's k; F. M. Col-.'j.-a.
!oton: li T. Jlilchell. iN-troil: II.
(I. F.vant, l.iuinosti; Hon. Ciiarira O.
Miiltti, Clitrksvillo, i"nn.
C. ltoAsa, Laconia, Ark.j VT. IX Utreng
an, l wile, Kansas l lly, Alo.; w allert owsn,
Moscow. Tonn.t M. M. Lavin. Birniinir-
bam, Ala.; J. I. Caldwell, Caldwell. Ark.;
A. Crockett, Kiolcv, Teuu.; J. II. I vans,
Bipley, 'I'euu.; It. J. Chester, Jr., Jackson,
Teun.; W, (i. Person, Jackson. Tenn.:
Mrs. J. II. Jones, Kimcdalu, Miss.; I. Iji-
Itue, Coucotilia, Miss., are at tiasloti a.
TUB OIULK SOCIETY.
Anniversary BxercUas at the Socond
Preabyurlan Cb iron Laat Night.
Thu anniversary eiercisoa of Iho Mem
phis and Khelby County Bihlo fssiely
wero held at the Second I'resbytirian
Church lust night.
The program, an published In TnsAr
N'nl yesterday, was strictly adhered to,
and proved an entertaining ono to a largo
N'crctaryanJ Tnnsiirer J. II. Thomp
son's reHirt showed that the society was
fully alive tn its riKnsibililiea, and was
broadening it Held of oKraliona a en
ergetically aa snsleuani-e lioui the religion
community was forthcoming. This sup
port linxl m'n quito liberal during tho
past year, and the if! work done was In
ampin pmortlon. Iviniin I were still
urvenL however, and continued aud 'In
creased libsirality waa iuipernttve.
Ik sMlrhnsa'i ImiL
From ao Fichani.
Hern la a verbatim iesrt, as givon in a
rsiillish paper, of Ihe sis-ccli of thn chair
man .of an agricultural show dinner in
giving thu toast of "The (Jueen:" "Noo,
gentlemen, wilt yo a' lill your glasses, for
I'm alsmt In bring forward 'The Cinccm'
Applause. Uur (juecn, gnlleincii,
renlly a wonderful woman, If I may say il;
she I ano o' thn guid mil. I sort, nae whig
malccrioe or falderal iiImmI her, but adctico
tlaeeeiit loly. Min's n sh'i Lablo lieyond a
dot, She ha hns h up a grand family o'
wevlfaur'il lads and l.is-licr suldest
son being a crrdil lo ony inither-r snd
they're u' weel married. I ieutlnmeii,
yo'll maybe no Isdieve It, but I mnn m'
the im en. (S-nntnai. 1 did. humo
Iwnly pointed her not me at Perth Sta
tion, nnd there shn wss smart and Inly
like; and asy 1 lac mva I', '(icxl hies that
QiMfn, my tinrn!' ,So, gentlemen, tho
whnsky'a gissl, the iii.'til l long, the
weatln ris wer, nd the risidare salt, and
will harm nacho.lvtli.il inimw tn gief.
Ki, air wl' yer ilrink l iu Ihe bottom! 'Iho
tiu.-s ul' " ICbears. 1
I. !!, aewV. laivignc' :' Hata. They
are worth lou '
At Public Auction on Tuesday,
NO. 1-Ths two j1in'le I u1 lrjf'
nf 1'iiliin iml k'sMissi sir.i
i .,..- an .,,.
Isfll.tf III! ill lisu... , ll'll f'4't
il 'I.Ti... m .im. 1..;. l .f .r liiiiisM4. fan
- inn- "i -
tlsfilo ami .su 1, LtlnWM Sun. I
Uiva iliirx.l im .1-1111 II lr) J) ivaL
I nuusiin fuU
MAY 27; 1899.
Green, Drab and
Door and Window
ftpiing lllngrs, IW
'ills ami Calrliit
There will bo a select excursion on tho
steamer Alice, Tuesday evening, under
mamwineut of dipt. X A. Couch and
Unbelt Thompson. It is an luvitatioii af
fair. Tho fire between 11 o'eliH'k p.m. nnd
last midnight was In llm rear of low ave
nue, near rennsylvauiii avenue. A small
one-story Irame cottigo (aciipicd by a
negro named Carnby was ciiliiely de
Hlroyeil. Tho pupil of Mrs. F. I. Frledlierg, as
sistwd by well known local nmateur talent,
will give a piano recital at the V. M. II.
A. Hall, Thursday evening, May "0, at K
o'clmk p.m.. which will dotiiillcM be
Tho party nf New Ilnglandcr who sailed
IhroiiL'll Alemnhl hist week ill charge of
Mr. lino, for 'ciiinon, 'IVx., will return
over thu Iron .Mountain lio id this morn
ing, lake dinner at tho Pcahody and leave
via thu Memphis .V Chailcslon Bond at 4
1IOHT CA8KHI RIUHT. CABK:lt
Containing Over 6D,iX)0, 60, OCR) Im
ported CI ar
Have been m-cived by us direct from
Havana, through the M plus Custom.
House, during tho past week; among
which are Hiligciicias, Henry Cl.ivs,
ilor de Samelsoii mid many other eiually
line ami standard brands. Wo aru Iho
only hrm in Memphis who receive Iro
iuent shipment o( imported cigars and
our patron aru tberelorw euabted lo tnl
V.,, 1IVOII 111119 IIOIII IIS,
1. Samkixix A. Co.,
Tlie Iirect ImjHirliTs ij Memidiia,
V. b. It e anil baseball Uck. U.
J. Illieia Krlls
M' I ncs nnd linuors to families allow prices.
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M'HNMIiKII-At No IW MsTtrTlTlTsiOHren
.si. si. i nt ,c. l, fc tn , iImisan s, iisr.e
nt.s. si-l u f,r. Iu l Is vsla HI u il.
litis wmslns sill I- I ii I, rnl ml lN-tla llluff
I.OIHIK Mill Ii r.s.
M I'll I K'VAI. Alt II IIAIUKNn
4 I '-'. r M . Mill ttMM l Hlar- IrtlOttl
llusl iMllSlltk I et.n.b.it m 1 II..'. 1.- L I...
MU Mi iii i kn l.llli ruin
MHi!otls ftslcruslly Intllil. II)-tinier
'. K-I'V, II. P.
Jnns 1 1. Hi i Kvr tarr
ruminrnrluf Tnrsilar, Mnr ts.
Mulill Ixirln the MfS'k (Situr
tar l ici it,s.)
ATlltHIV matin r.r,
Mslllm. I t); SitinU-lmi,
Mllita. A.tf.lloii. roa
Tlrhrl limra, S(tl Mala tirrsl
I CjP (STOPPED FflEC
fi li-t PtrM( 9Ml
rn 'W! I 11 t la 'I !-sJ A.nAf
fJ t.'.nt' i t. liiM mi $, nisi l.stl lt.t
1 Ptt 1 r (. amtMs.hiisNiUt
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MS Nll l II ' I '. 1, I-'.!- ( I,
si I t. M W'l Vaah .f -tWsrf
I im 1 1 ttj !- Ih. ai f
Ut f M M
X jUAWi ola Cream
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL OFFEH
tho Houthwest Oornorof Maio end
" Imtnes sltnols on tlio suNllirust lorm r i
a . aim jw rruni iircrl, vaili ol saiJ sliir. s
ultirlm liU'li. I(iinta in il. u...ii. a - . . t
"rir iiikii. niiuion ihAMiiiihrat (Nirnrr ni
I Mtl,l 3 Ili-uL mtr,l Tl.a. I. .a . i I .1 . I
. . I " w" " "ii 1 nrsi rniii'i "i .
All I 3 Ik ul tr. t TI.a 1... i.i. t. .1 ..
w (.. inn iui 1 iiMiii m ii 111 11. v
Ill InfAmitlnn ran Rn
.111 ilia armtiii.l
0RGILL BROS. SCO.
i 2ID AND 312 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
Avery Cottoa Scrapers, Mitchell Cotton Scrapen
Randolph Cultivators, Side and V Harrows,
HANDLED AND EYE HOES
t McCormick Mowers,
THOMAS HAY RAKES
DESJARDIHS, MILLER & HAWKINS
304 & 308 MAIN STREET, - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Chieftain liny Rako, Banner Pluntor. Oampboll Corn Drill,
Door and Window Screens, Galvanized Poultry Netting
l.wwn Vswnn, lris Qrasm FrrrKrr. Ilnndlod nnd Kyo rioa.
II. T. I.KMMOM, TOM tl.U.K.
I'ri'sldriil, Vice rresl.leiiU
INCOltl'OlUT K D.
Lemmon & Gale Company
GENTLEMEN'S FUMISIIING GOODS
ZZO uud ailU Main Slroet, Mouiphlu, Toun.
II. T. I.KMMoy. Ii.mcai i:. II ; nrcKlviiirAM.
w. r. Mil. I AM
ir i. bt -
I'Bl'A 1 1 1 , 1 Ml 1 HI) lHil-J. INCOIII'DUATICI) Ihsih.
George Arnold Company,
Deal?ra in Railroad and Levco Contractor3' Supplies.
3Gi Front Stivot, rempliis, Tenn.
TMUKcronn. . .
0E0. AKXOI.n, Tn't L.BOI.ARI Vf.t -I'r- i. J. J. 0 ATF', trt'j and Traaa.
W. O KI.V.NN. C, DnlAKI. A. A. AKNDU).
I'i la Ilisu rs. II. il. Mn i , W. W. S n.Niinri n, J. O. ( oi,
I'rrslili lit. VI e I're.. jeiil. Ireosiirer. fVcreUi
TIIE SCII00LF1ELD-UANAUER CO.,
ncvrasors STIICMII KIKI.Il, IIANAt'KIC CO )
AND COTTON FACTORS,
2G0 and 258 FRONT STREET, - - - MEMPHIS, TENN
III It !. "I'OK'll
I.MTM IIANAITH, W. W. ht IIO.jl.KIKf.fi. 0. MUXES
w if. mm t i n n t srtioot viKi.n
J II OS.
M. GAVIN & CO.
WHOLHSAI-H GROCKKS, COTTON FACTORS
AND COMMI.SION MERCHANTS,
Nos. 232 anil 234 Front Street, Menihis, Tennessee
IlKI H I K.V ADAMH AXli JKKI' KI:V.
Mr. I. X. ItAINFY ilri,-s his ti.,lr Hi,,-1 il,r iihin; sn.l .ik ..f CfTT'iN rnn-l n
In our 1 leir 1 mIIiiii W.in Iiiim'. , W .1.1,1 1 r'
J. T. I.aI'KAUK.
LaPRADB, McGRATIl & CO.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. C04 FHONT STHECT. I I I I I MEMPHIS. TENN.
DERBY POOL ROOM
IN REAR OF THE PEADODY HOTEL.
TRACK ODDS ON ALL TURF EVENTS
Wlra Oonnoriloua With All Unci. Tracks.
May 28,1889, al
Mndlson Btroots, tho Follow I ng rroperty:
N. 3 Two ouo-sturv frsiim oillsifps. r.iiiiuiiilnit lUv riH.iiis rn. Ii. with tuilln'ii". ". t
siliuii' "II in l slilr nl Micllijf sini-t, sml
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W. I'. M1I.I.EII,
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k i ni i i r
M. 1. CLAUU.
12 O'clock M.,
kimvn Nn nil sml lil.l Mii'lliy itnvl. J lif
I. .n: S .!,.,
liwn Vt iwith Ir rrni. lull n tT, i
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