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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: SATURDAY. JUNE 1- 1889.
THE WHOLB TSAM DBUNK AND EA3
' ILY BEATEN BY OHATTANOOQA.
New Orleans Belli Her Best Battery
to- Mobile In Order to Grass Down
to -. the Level of the Otber
Epoclfll Dispatch to th Appoal.
Xkw Orleans, La., May 31. As the
otlmr nines roittsod to strengthen New Or
leans bus decided to weaken. Today
Tctty and Spies, hor crack battery, were
sold to Mobile. The price is said to have
been $400. Spies, who livos In Xew Or
leans, refused to go, but it is thought his
scruples will bo overcome. In today's
gflino McCuIIoukIi and Touhcy worked
hard (or Mobile, and the visitors hit Hus
ton right along, so that in flvo innings the
Gulf City's club got a lead of lour runs.
After that tho fireworks commenced. New
Orleans hit hard whilo Mobile llclded mis
erably, tho nine went to pieces and tho
pitcher followed suit, New Orleans mado
ten runs in two innings, and both sides
wero Rind to rest up during the remainder
of tho game.
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yesterday reports white frost within ten
unlos of Moinphis. At 2 o ciock ims
morning .overcoats were in ueumnu vj
those who had occasion to be out in the
. EQUAL RIGHTS.
The Next ' Meeting of the Association
to bo Held on the Oth of June.
The following letter will explain itself,
and is published for the especial benefit of
all who are interested in equal rights:
Tataot Srasirr, Wkdnesday, May 29, 1KH9.
Dear Mrs. Aiken I am called to Ohio
for two weeks' lecture tour, beginning
JuneU, hence must leave on next Tues
day. 1 have been under proiniso to till
tuis engagement for six moutus, but uid
not expect to begin until about the middle
of June, but a letter received on the 27th,
giving full plan of trip, and beginning on
'.lie GUi, leaves mo no option in the mat
ter. Ami, inasmuch as "tho nights are
tilled with cotumenreiuents, and picuics
inlest the day," I think wo must postpone
ma anticipated lecture until alter tno
"heated term" is over. In truth. I be
lieve w hen a lecture course is once en
tered upon it should bo kept up. without
interruption, and wo will bo able to do
this next winter, having a public lecture
at leant oneo a month, and securing lectur
ers of national reputation, as well as avail
ing ourselves of "home talent" Hence I
do not think the causo will lose anything
hy postponement. When my work is
done in Ohio I shall go to New York for a
few weeks, hut expect to roturn by the
10th or loth of July, after which 1 shall
belong to the Cau't'Oot Away Club, and
shall be entirely at tho service of tho asso
ciation, l'aithfully yours,
Tho nbovo card from our president is
sullicicntly explanatory to obviate tho ne
cessity on my part of any explanation to
tho public. Tlio noxt meeting of the asuo
ciation will lie held in tho parlors of the
l'eabody Hotel, Thursday, Juno 0, at 4
o'clock p.m., and each member is re
quested to bo present. Thoso llbt mem
bers, but who are in sympathy with the
cauto, are invited to attend.
M. O. A in km, Cor. Scc'y.
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Summary: Earned runs New Orleans
4. Mobilo 3. Two-base hits Touhey,
lurreil. Stolen bases New Orleans 3,
Mobilo 1. Double plavs Holland, Mc-
Ouirk and Ward. Jt.iso on balls Olf
lluxton 1, McCullouuh 4. Htruck out
ly HiiHton 8, .Mct'ullough 7. lWcd hall
Schacliaeru 1. Wild pitches Huston
1, Mct'ullough 2. Time of game One
hour nnd titty minutes. Umpire Tim
Too tlarh llrrr.
PkvIu1 JHipatch Ui Tho ApixuL
Ciiahi.kston, S. C, May 31. A chain
pagno and beer supper on Thursday nlelit
brought Charleston to grief today. The
Chattanooga team was not invited to tho
supper and hence they sat down on tho
groggy Sea Gulls by a score of 7 to 2, and
with tho greatest of easo. Thero is
trouble in tho local camp. The directors
had a meeting this evening and docked
salaries all around to the tune of about
f JO per drunken man. The town is red
Lot and in an uproar. Tho locals went on
tho Held half drunk, so it is said, and just
.gave tho game away.
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Urned runs Chattanooga
liu-llotaling. Total base
on hits Charlcaton 5, Chattanooga Kl.
Mruck out Ily Staletnn 0, Jon 7.
lioiiMo iilays-Mills, .Miller an. I Nuas.
Time of game One hour and forty-live
minutes. 1 mpiro iiii.ery.
A Mrr mt V ! O.
iwdnl t.U h to Tin AMit.
1'ixx ItLt rr, Ark., May .11. The game
of baseball between Liltlo luxk and the
line llluir nines was 'chwd at tho sixth
iuuinit tcMlny. the score being lid to 0 in fa
vor ol l ino I null.
OBJECTS TO INSINUATION!.
Ji'stlo Qarvlo Tblnks Things Should Oe
Called br Tbalr Namss.
"1 despise inuuendo and insinuation,"
ji Justice fitrvlu to an Aitkal rcjortcr
yesterday c veiling, "a g cowardly and un
"Whafg the lustier, Judgef' quoth tho
crilie. "Wbiit is the esuno of your ob
"1 was J u it saying." s.dd His Honor,
"that I despio Insinuations. I see and
Iienr them altnoat every day. Tho mails'
trates' court stein to bo the eapecial ole
Ject of avrrmoti, and the mysterious man
tier in which thry aro spoku of and tho
ilnik liinti which are thrown out from
time to time would lead nno to infer that
m-lhing iiorriblo was hi1 n in (hem,
Now, thero are not so many niHL'ixt rates'
courts in tho city, and If there In anything
wrong or going wrong in any of them they
should l Miinted out. I think things
should lo fulled hy their names. I don t
liiink it luir or hunor.ilna to acmo tho
w hole inagiNtrucy hy hints and ilixinuatious
on nrcount ol a lew."
"What truth la Iheto in tho rumor so
often hoard that Some of (ho Mnmt rates
Iisvo oiniiwarics scouring the country for
the iitirixHwol tlrumiiimir no IhuIuphmV'
"If there Is any such liuiiucis going on
I tlunk It should lis exposed stul Invcti'
gated. The numbcrof cse which a M ig
Intra to trios Is no inliration that he la u
log improper niosnato sttrsrt them. This
soil of bunmong is liko liny other, it comes
and goes, sometimes in huge, stne limes
In small volumes, hotnn clayi lull a down
rsncs will coins In sad other davs nonu at
all. Now if luipmpnr mrthols are being
resorted to by any Mitgutrn.ta In this
county to secure bunimai 1 think lie
Should bo cxHc(l, but do not think It
)ui or lionoriblo to b.-smirch all Msis
tralcs becauso one Is guilty or sappond to
A Or Siniis.
Tlio pre?nt cold spell of wntherla with
ut precedent in recent years, so far as this
latitude la conccrntl. l'itt on th last
4:iy of Msy Is somethlug new to tho old
est Inhabitant, yet a gentleman who mine
lu ou tho .Memphis 4 Chark-afon V.oki
GREAT CLEARINQ SALE
Of tho entiio Children's Department
AT Til s
I)eterminod not to carry this stock from
one season to another, wo concluded to
give our atrou and tho public at large
tlio beuellt in the astonishing cut down
ur.Ait asu m:i i.i.tr.
500 pair Knee rants in nit patterns and
Your choice of all our fiuo Knco I'ants
iu the house, none worth less than $1.00,
Your t holco of
303 School Suits, none worth less thuu
lfa.00 or $L00,
Your choice of
200 Flannel School Suits, worth $5.50,
1 Us Urfalml nargala ! Alt,
Your choice of
All our fine Knco I'ants Suits in the house,
consisting of all-wool cu.i meres,
die viols and corkscrews;
oldalfS, $10, jii;
GO do fancy, unlaundcred Trecalo Waists,
25 dot. latest patterns genuine Star Waists,
This oalo is (or Friday and Saturday
Call early aud accuro your bargains.
131 Mala tel., Unaallt IMS I'HIaws Hall.
Noxt week we will liavo our gr't clear
ing aula lor Aleu s I lotlmig only.
I'omo nnd see us be lore purchnsiiig else-
Prallllna; ttj l aprrlrnra.
Wasiiixltox, May 3t. I'rollliiigby tho
rec nt events wt Siimoa, when tho In-naure
of ibo wrecked Trenton was recovered by
means of a diving appnratna Ixirruwed (nun
the itfitiali inan-ol sur t'.illiojx", the Navy
liep.lrtment hero hus detcrmini a to equip
each of our navul vemels with eompleto
living apparatus. !y order, a stihumrinu
diver is aUo to tie detailed as part of tho
complement of each veawl In roinniiaoion.
No trouble Is anlicipoted iu so.uring suit
able men, as there aro always members of
the crew who in use good divers.
Tha Tarriirkniiia Will
Tho Turf l: bongo will on Monday next
iimnpi us iioaii(tisiiers irom tlio present
stsnd to the ground floor of tho building
comer Moutuo and Center alley, formerly
occupied by the short-lived saloon known
as tho Jockey Club. I.011 Jtsmlxirger, tho
manager of the Turf Kxrbsngn, husdiarov.
emd that i-eoplo will not go up one Might
of stiirs when they csn accompl.sh Hie
same purpune w ithout going to that troubln,
so ho came I) the conclumon that if tho
mountain won't go to Mahomet Mahomet
must go to tho mountain, and lu accord
ance ilh that program will on Monday
uxt make things bun in the neighlsir
hood of Mouroe streot ami Cenu-r alley.
"Come on, boys, if you wsnt to back
Orriros furninhdwitli tnwul rai k.efm'i,
brush and clean towel every morning lor
2 tvulM r wwk, by Meioi his btesui
Uundry. Oruauiout to any ollica,
. LOCAL BREVITIES.
The Knights ofTnnisfall will cive an
anniversary entertainment Sunday next,
t-T," Collector John Mason turned over
f.,000 to the County Treasurer yesterday.
ine iu-puMtcan hmjle, that no man can
inveigle, wilt issue as a daily next Novem
ber. Charley Hamilton was bound over by
Justice Uarviu on a charge of piBtol toting,
lie was arrested by Ooo, i'owull.
Work has commenced on tho now Euat
i.nd 1'ark and 1'lcuic Grounds beyond
Mclxan aveuuo and near the race track.
A lire occurred at 31!) Union stroet last
night, from a defective tine, in 0110 of tho
houses ow nod bv .Mr. Albert Jones. Loss.
Tho contractor who la navino Third
street leaves his work iu a demoralized
stato, much to tho displeasuro of pedes-
The henroost of Mrs. M. O. Miller, liv
ing at the Itegent place, south of Mcl.o
more aveuuo, was robbod of thirty-eight
chickens last night.
Tho poolrooms yiuld $000 fine to tho
Taxing District por annum. Tho boys
who make combinations aud but ou tho
bob tail nag foot tho bill.
Tho action ol tho Chicago Hoard of
Trade agaiiiBt giving out quotatious will
diqre speculators in wheat ami provisions
tdnsk their judgment ou horseflesh.
The flue now pavilion In WostSido Park,
West Memphis, hus been completed and
turned over to tho proprietors. It will bo
thrown open to tho publio ou Suuday
Mrs. S. J. 1'urkins, a lady living at No.
120 Iowa avenue, and who lias been aban
doned by her husband, desiics to diapoao
of a tw o year old child to soiuo good family
that will adopt it.
Montgomery l'nrk was in its glory when
the Georgia editors wero there. Tlio rains
had refreshed the gram and llowors aud
gavo to tho facoof luino Nature one of her
most winning smiles.
Miss Nellio O'Donnell, Superintendent
of l'uhlic Instruction, desires it stated that
a niocting of teachers will bo held in her
olllce this morning instead of tho usual
staled days. As this will be the last meet
lug this summer she is particularly anxious
that a full attendance ho present
A little boy named Jno. Zent, who
works as a cash boy for lxweustein, was
paid his mouth's salary yesterday, aud
111 running to the lire had tho inisfortuno
to loso IL
and the honest man, who is sure to Hud it,
can return it to Hie boy.
Mrs. V. M. Sneed, postmistress at I.a
Grange, Tcnn., a ladv who has many
friends aud relatives in Memphis, and who
has givon excellent satisfaction to tho h-o-pie
of LaGrange, has been turned out of
olllce aud a blacksmith named lleash v
opK)inted in her stead. It was a case i f
"olfunsivo partisanship" on tbfl purl if
Tho Montgomery Guards have gotten
their now uniforms. They arrived yester
day, and may ho seen tonight by tho
friends of tho company in a dress drill to
bo given at their armory at H o'clock. Tho
uniforms are gray, with black and gold
triinmiuiM, and helmets with plumes of
niacaaiid while leuthors. ihe btys leel
justly proud of their new togs, and there
will not bo a better drvaaed company at
the coming encampment than this one.
Samantha Mays, Willie Scott, Calvin
Mays, Annie I'oo'l, Charles Mays, Alvira
Mays and lletny Mays, wero all bound
over by '.Squire Garvin yoMcrday on a
rhargo of robbing Ibo houno of William
Thouison, corner of Jones and ltobiiison
streets, of i'22'K SatnHnths scoohh1 in the
boodle and divided with tho rest. Tho
whole parly then bought clot boa, randy
anil accordeons, and had only jjt lull
A runaway occurred yesterday from In
front of LowciiNtciu's, tearing a buggy to
pieces and shaking up its occupant, a
young real cxtate dealer, who eacaH.d
unhurt. The borso run madly with a
piece of tho shaft and Ihe siuglutrca Hup
ping around him until he camo to Juatico
llorry's otlico, where his honor sat, like
the judges of old, trying the rsuies of
men. The J ustice runlied out and grubbed
the animal, checking him in his mad
career. The capture was a bold 0110.
The public examination of twenty-two
candidates for coutlrmation took place lust
night at the Jsaiidi Temple, on l'oplar
street, and all acquitted themselves well.
The class is coiiihh1 of tho following:
Mines Sarah llonochshorg. Carrie llaucr,
lllancho I-evy, Nellio lioealier, Ix-uli
Hirsch. liva Harris, Stella Kaufman.
Sadie lU-jsck, Florence- Kahn, Itachaei
(iabay, Malcl Zcllncr, Minnie Ix'hmsn,
Ih-atnce litdir, Maulers Sam ha niter, r-uui
Weil, J 00 llutleudoif, Arthur Jnoilm,
I'.msnuel SrhluNi, Hurry Colin, Charles
Haas, Carl lloeahcr, Isaac limnaucr.
o iL Tho money was all currency,
boy lives at 2:10 Wssliington street,
ORKAT "RED LITTER SALE"
1 rvnay i.rAiiTiir.T
(MimrarM Tadajr, 4aa I,
And will continue during the month of
All Uaails Markr la I'Ula l lgnras.
hrihi km luntr,
lied fitter aalo in Silks.
lied Udter sale in Hie Gools.
IUm 1i'tier sale iu Ibices.
IUmI letter salo in I'araaols.
lUiil letter sale in (i loves.
Kod letter salo in Millinery.
Ited Inciter salo In Wrap.
Never Were such bargains oftored. I'rires
will ted tho story.
All deiiiruhlo goods will bo sacrificed,
snd marked oil Itcd le tter tickets lu plain
figures that will Insure linn.cdialo sale,
li'imiuiber this U the (Irst day of
Ihe (Jrral IIM l.rlir aalo.
M. As a O. KniMER c CO.
ENTIRE WHEAT FLOUR
BALDWIN, KN0WLT0N & LAKE
Tbe Largest Stock
Screen Wire In toe
At Bottum Prlrs.
Tbe Cheapest and
Clly ta llava Ynnr
tkrrian llimri anil
387-389 MAIN STREET.
Fine Cutlery, Etc.
387-389 MAIN STREET.
Green, Drab and
Door and Window
Spring lllugna, Poor
rutin and Catrhoa
AN UNLUCKY PICTURE.
A Boy With Bon Butler's Picture Ar
rosted for Stealing.
A thlrtecn-vear-old boy named I-acy
Cliuco was arrested last night by Ollicer
Turbcville, on a churgo of having stolen
pies and cakes from a wagon owned by a
Mr. Itowker on l'oplar street. Tho Iwy is
a sou of Mr. J. K. Clianc, nnd a hook
kecKT for Mr. Chaso secured tho lad's
f flcaae. lHin being searched, a picture of
lien Kuller was found in his poasesNiou,
but whether thn shade of Old Mruliixmus
wits rcspouHihlo for the moral obliquity of
the loy was a (juestioa which could not bo
Owk! Mrkiwttiiku returned from Ft.
Louis by tlio Arkansas City, yesterday.
Miss I.t'i. Grki-ki. has returned homo
after an ulntoueo of fuur months in Cincin
nati. Mb. An Mh. Artiii r Waiihi.k arrived
lu laverpool, Kngland, 011 Monday IiihI,
altera very plcuasut and cnoyablo voyage
acroM tho Atlantic.
Yinitoiis on 'Change yesterday; C. C.
Headman, M, Charles, Ark.; ll Farley,
I'liducah, Ky.; K I. Arnold, (in'euwood,
Mihs.; 1. M. 1'arrinb, 'J'unica, Mias.; Hutu
N. Hidwuy, I'versburg, Tcnn.: I'on Mag
nus, Mrs. L. I. Magnus, Hulias, Tea.;
.iirs. li. i-erea, ciiy.
EIGHT CASE3I KIOUT OA8KBI
Containing Over DO.OOO, 60,000 Ira-
llsvolieen received by us direct from
Havana, through the Memphis Custom
House, during tho past week; among
which are Piligcuciiis, Hcurv Clays,
I lor do Kuinelson and many other diually
line and standard brands. We are tho
only lirm iu Memphis w ho receive fre
quent shipments ol imported cigars and
our patrons are therelore enabled to gel
only iresh cigars from us.
I. KtMCIMO ti Co.,
Ilie I'irect Iniorters d Memphis.
1". K Wo sell biiwelmll tickeU.
Wihuve just received a barge, load of
riltsburg (ins Coke, very lino, I'itlnburg
and Ablhruuto Coal and Ash and Oak
Wood. C. Ik Lux Jt Co.
Wllaan rilaa, t.lj Mala Hlrr,
P11 all grailes of Kurniture, CnrH3ls, Itugs,
Mailing, etc., at tho very lowest isx.il bio
rash prices. Also do repairing, upholster
ing, shipping ami iacking furuiluro, aud
guuranU'e gissl and satisfactory work.
Pubscrilio for Tho Weekly Appeal.
I ' t ' I I ,
THBEE BLACK CLOAKS,
Falurtliif Msllnrs. 1D0, 3 f aiils.
1IT frll lltissl,
Minlrtjr AltrriDSfti, 2.11 60CnU.
PuniUy Mrle. uiivuli
tv.ur TIi'Ih. in Ailranvs at "J
Main stni k
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
AND IRON POOPTNO.
Mra. Wlai. Wataraag Mtl'lalsg MtoOT.
fuiubl ail kliHlanf bolidl'iai tmt Mlnaa4
aiUBalnal U i.irr raMarail o or a4Siaa
MKMPHIt METAL Ol WOOD MP'0 CO.,
Ms. wssu4 MS Win ! i ;i a n MullMrrrSL
Ilssiliuanrn fr Iron atut l'rln( Csl-
Tlalta-I In a Lufulta s Km ami -'or..
WEDI3 & MAURY,
aaa Front St.,
CHAIN AND COMMISSION,
ar bttU OATS. wa
PHENIX WIRE WORKS.
Cai.I. on tbo Houtlicrii Triot Company,
rsuna "I anil VI Cotton Kx hungn, if you
wili to bonow money on Improved reul '
tiuhscriU' f-r Tus Wikulv Ai-i-kau
msi nuiiu or
Screen Wire Doors 13 Windows
I.K(iNAUD-At her Iv-l'tniee. No. vl I ooucy
IM, llmrwlay, May m, In'J. nl l) n l,., k .m.,
Mm. M a in i A., iln nt tho lain Jinlw1 Tlimnaa
luuisnl, ami laiiKliler n( .1 li n ami IllieUa llrowll,
aril js yoars s iiionxlm ami ja itsya.
Fuiioral Imiu tier lino nilili ueo Ililt (HATl'H
PAY) aliermxm at S o'cleik. Crlt'inti ami so
iiillitiiiicea llivlleil lo atU'mt
TAM.KV-At S o'clisk pm., May HI, I.W.i,
Ciiahi.m M. I Al l I V, niiiil :U )i'nr.
Kuneral troiii No. Ml .MulU'rry street 111 la (XAT
I' UP AY) atlerneen at ID uVlisk. Kileuili aul
aoiiialutaucea InviUil Ui slt. ul
WIWAI.VKVRII-At hi.liant No. tl.11; Il-sto
in t I'rl.lay uiiirnliia, Msy -, Ks'., st II HI
ocl.uk, Wlll.lAM '. Si h m a i m k V Kit, aiiisl '.ivurt.
Hun nnlliit ol tlir funeral Mill Is'hIvimi )
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS
The filling at the Afvllinarit Spring
(in Kheniih Frutiia) amounted to
11,894,000 bottUi in 1887, and
12,720,000 botlttt in 1 883.
C til Cnttrt, Drmnl'li, J Mtmral U'mttr
DEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
110 KisDlTTUliaS CI
40 Union Streets Memphis, Tenn
THE GAIL DORDEN
lu malmiilml Hi klfk npitallM for tBSOlUTt
fUHITT ar r a QUAHWI Of CintUHt.
AS A FOOD FOR INFANTS IT HAS KO EQUAL
von sam ar .
Crocors and Drurjgluts Cverywliura
Ma. sos nam arasiKT, urMPHia, rsnrsv
lasmiaia anil tMlMa In Onaa, AnawlSas
taS SlthUa lukU, Mallear MarSwara,
ImIHi. MaJa aa4 Aaasaaialsra laf si tata ul
klAilflA Hn..lla AIm.M m IuA ImIHm
will Im i
0RGILL BROS. &CI
SI3 AND 312 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
Wery Cotton Scrapers, Mitchell Cotton Sera;
Randolph Cultivators, Side and V Harrows, j
HANDLED AND EYE HOE
THOMAS HAY RAKE-!
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE.
DESJARDIHS, MILLER & HAIKU
S94 & 303 MAIN STREET, - - MEMPHIS, TENX
"Whole salo Hard. war
STOVES AND TINWARE.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHSiC
Chloftula Hay Itake, Banner rianter, Oampboll Corn DiVi,
Door and Window Screens, Galvanized Poultry Nett
I,i.wn Mnwori. Toa Orosm Fronorw. Tlnndlrirl nrt Fya op.
II. T. I.KMMOtf,
T(M fl AI.R,
v. P. wii.i.e:;
Lemon $ Gale Codim
DRY GOODS, NOTION
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 6-393
C0 uud S28 Main Streot, Mempblo, Te::a.
II. T. I. KM Moy, TM il AI.K. U. n. VT( rT
. l. SlILI.l.ll. W. 1. MIHI.V, U, . . .v v ,
H I. IIICKIViilMH ' "
R B MOV A Tv
DEAN-LILLY COFFEE AND SPICE G(
jiavinu ueu:ntly ruui JiA.sr.1) the roru ktouy iiuiluixo.
ISTos. 2G-tt28 FKONT STltEE
Kiiuwn as tli "(luYKK lll.lX K." as liars lliU il tin our uiUtblMimnnt UK N'rw aul
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