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TIIE ''MEMPHIS APPEAL: WEDNESDAY. JUNE 5; 1889.
NEW ORLEANS WINS AGAIN
BHB DEFEATS MEMPHIS BY THE
BOORS OF 12 TO L
The Entire Nbw Orleans Team May be
Bold Bodily and a Weaker Club Or.
ganiieO Charleston andAtlanta Play
ing Great Ball.
Epoekl Plupatch to Tlio Appeal.
Nkw Ont.KAS, La., June 4. Want, the
crack second Imseiuiin, left lust night for
I'liilailulpbla. Dulhnnty in crippled, mid
Ward has been loaned to take bin place.
Ward is to rocoivo a hundred and fifty
dollars for the month and bis expenses,
and it bo proves satisfactory Philadelphia
will buy bira. New Haven is also cipher
ing (or the purchase of the entire New Or
leans nine. If tho trade is mado the locals
will put in a weaker nine here. Ward
was not missed yesterday as Powell played
a great second and Huston filled right field
acceptably. New Orleans fielded superbly,
tho only prror being a fumble by Dowio,
which was not costly, and batted lloono in
every direction, Polhcinus loading with
four hita. Memphis' did not give Hoone
good support, and Jlroderuk, at short,
could not stop a balloon, By way ol con
trast, Cruso idayed a grand game, accept
ini( twelve chances without an error. The
visitors could not touch Petty, and only
escaped a shut-out in thn sixth, Melirido
getting a base on balls, stealing second,
scoring on Kelly's single and a sacrifice by
The crowd was very small and Now Or
leans will make tho admission free tomor
row, paying the guarantee without the
OFFICIAL SCO HE.
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Kiitnmarv: Karned runs New Orleans
4. Two-liaso liiM Powell, stolen bu-s
New OrU'iiun 8, Memphis X l'lint haws
on bulls VII Petty ;l, oil liooue 1. Hit by
pitclx'd ball Mrtiuirk and 11 niton.
Hunk out P.y Petty 3, by IVxme 1.
1'aiwJ balls Kiddle. Wild pitcbes
Uinm. lnno ot game (inn lintir ami utty
minutes. 1'inpiiu Tim V. Hurst.
A I'lne IMmi at 4 bnrilon.
?ll l'lU h toTh. Ap)H'.iL
I'iiari.kston, 8. C., Juno 4. Charleston
and Atlanta aro playing great ball und
drawing great crowd.. The loruls won to
day only in the tenth tuning after another
inleiiselv interesting and exciting battlo,
Luliy, a native pitcher, and llnindeiibcrg
held tho points forCharleston.nndKinley
and lliH'iiemanoinciali'd for Atlanta. The
fight was close and much of its closeness
was due to (.ins Niinouin, a local player
who was rngn;ed to hold donn third bnj
by 3lanai.t r halm. Ninouin bv a mi
pcrb and limeiy ihreo-biigisi-r nianaged lo
I in I no scons lor llio vmilors in tho liltli
inning. The AtlanU le.nu outbaltcd the
locals and outplaved lliein at every point.
aave in lb Imix. I.uhy really won the
eiiuio Inr Lliarlinton by Ms superb work
In Ilia x. The baseball public is curried
away with the Atlanta team's playing aud
thry received au ovation tins altvrnoon.
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Miimnsrv: hatrned runs-Ctiarlivtun J,
Atlanta 1. Two bsso luts Honso. Ilran.
deiihitrg. Three lioso biis KinHey, hi-
Uiouill. lotul LiniH) lilts (. harlestoil II,
Atlanta 111. Kirstbavuion balls Charles
ton 1. Atlanta 2. Ia'lt on bases (.'li.irlo-
ton .'k Atlanta H. Mruck oiit-lly l.ut.y
V, by kiltLiilev 4. Pswx-d liulls llueno
. lit n ti '2. Wild iilc lies -kinifiley 1. list-
lr bit lly Kingsley I. Tune of gamn
Our hour and lurly-Uvu nnnuUM. tin
Cleveland, Chicago, 4.
Ponton, 4; Philadelphia, 2.
liailiiuorf , 0; ( incinniili, 2.
Jliooklyn, t; Kaunas City, X
Walmit!toii, r; New Yoik, X
Tho other games Hero pontponod.
CAtJa..HI EIUUT CA8C8I
Conlnlnlng- Over 6D.OOO, 60,000
llsve been rcii'ivnd bv ui direi-t from
Havana, through (be Meiophis Custom
llniiMi, during tno liast among
wlncli sru liilu'eiielaa, llrnrv tlavi.
l lur de ShiiicIxhi mul many other equally
tine and standard brsnilo. We. art) the
only firm In Memphis w Iia rerelvo ire
qurnt shipment ol iniKirtrd clears an
oer patrons nro tin rcloio enabled to g1
only Irrsh cigars from u.
1. hAMioi A Co.,
Tlio Iim'l lui)Mrtirs of MsrepbiA
P. K Wo sell baseball llckels.
Tm:n will bo a di lightful excursion at
ft "U Ibis eveuing on thn ileainer A lies.
All refn-shnients frofl, laiiiiug. Gentle-
Win ll.W, ladies I roc.
Mrhoel Werk r.sklkll.
Tlie attention of the public Is directed to
tho U-auliliil exhibit of school work at the
llignen N hoot tmlay. Hist such results
aiu oblniuable by painstaking etlorls of
teacliers Is a revelation to Parents unnc
quainted with the advanrrd mi'thiMls so
laivelv studied now by those bo bavo our
cbildioii in charve.
I'vi.i Irrss hhlria a siTislty. Finish
e-usl to new. .Memphis Mcniu Ijiiiiidry
i.i rrcoiiii siivek jraucli olbce,
Tho Board of Knnalizntion mot Tester-
day and got through, with the First and
i uiruuivil uiatrict.
The Italians and their friends ntcnio to
day at Kstivnl Pork. Misi Purmeliil Ci-
calla will be "Queen."
x estordav the nensioners of Uncle Patn
were throngiuz tue County Clerk's ollice.
fi..L i. .:..i .1 .1.1. .:).,
viti vuiiej uici uiulu wiiu n Duittv.
Detective Pat Horan has cone to Ft
.ouis to bring back Hollio McGee, who is
nursed with haviim foived the name of
liilly Shea for a considerable sum.
Fire was discovered at 600 Main street
last night, in the dry goods house occupied
by Mrs. Levy. Loss SJ0t, fully insured.
The lire was of incendiary origiu.
The open cistern on the Second street
lot, back of the Planters' Insurance Pudd
ing, and tho man-trap hole in the Market
street ltnvou Ciavoso bridee await the ac
tion of the city authorities bofore thoy re
tire from the public gaze.
Memphis m stirred from center to cir
cumference over tho urgent claims for as
sistance by tho stricken people of Johns
town, i n., and neighboring towns. I no
Knights of Honor and others have consti
tuted themselves activo, earnest agencies
(or the collection of funds.
Tho mectinir of the Cotton Huvors' As
sociation, called for yesterday morning,
was postponed until tins attemoon at
o clock, to take place iu the Cotton Ex
change coiuuiitloe-room. All members
should be present, as questions of impor
tance are to oo considered.
The Jewish feast of rentneosL hotter
known as tho feast of weeks, is now being
celebrated by our Hebrew fellow citizens.
Services were hold last night at tho Poplar
Street Temple and Kahbibamtield lectured
to a large audience, lhore will be services
again this morning at 10 o'clock.
On account of tho Inclemency of the
weather tho Irish National 1-nnd league
have decided to postpone their picnic un
til so;ne future date not yet decided upon.
Tho Committeo of Arrangements will meet
this afternoon at 4 o'clock at tho ollice of
McCadden, Kootes & Co., to discuss mat
ters ot ini(ortance to tho League.
An Intereslini freak of nature was ex
hibited to an Appf.al reporter, vesterday
by Mr. L. L. Ford, who lives four miles
from the city, on tho Pigeon Hoost road.
It was a hairless younit pur. with a head
shaped precisely like an elephant's, trunk
and all. Tho deformity was dead. Its
mother had given birth to four others at
tho same time, all of which were perfectly
President Telo. of tho Merchants' Ex
change, having wired tho leading Ex
changes of tho country with reference to
tlie action ol llio l liicago Hoard ol Trailo,
received many replies yesterday, all saying
that they bad not received any Chii-airo
quotations since May 31. Thomas Mor
rison, I resnient ot tho Cincinnati Chamber
of Commerce, answered as follows: "We
hsvo not received Chicago quotations sinco
May 111, the Chicago Hoard of Trade, hav
ing annexed conditions w hich this body is
disinclined to agree lo."
Pais from indigestion. drKpcniia, and too
lieurty rjiiiiK. i relieved at once by takimr
one of Carter's Little Liver Pill immediately
alter uinner. uoti I lorel tuis.
Ismnrtrfmial WmIi ml Hie llickve
Tho exercises of tuo week will be as fol
Monday and Tuesday School-work
completed, cxamliiations(writU:u) in arith
metic, rhetoric and Latin.
W cdnesdav Ten o clock to o o clock.
reception and eximsition of pupils' work
in ull departments. Art reception. 10
oclocka.ru. to 10 o clock p.m.
Thursday Eikdit o'clock D.tn.. recital.
iniiiic and elocution.
Friday Light o'clock p.m., graduates'
Thkiix will 10 a deliehtful excursion at
S::tU this eveuinu on the steamer Alieo.
All refreshments free. Jancni2. Gentlo-
men il.wr, ladies free.
Ib'I t Mmpkl TkU Nssusrr,
Put remain here and nurchass your eroee
ries from (iisslman A Churchill. 341 Main
street, and you w ill bavo good health, grow
lataua uo nappy.
Oo to Floyd A Mooney'a for dinner. All
the luxuries of the seavm. Pining room
always cool, clean and pleasant.
We aro now receiving dally fresh red
raspberries. Lvtlk & Smxi.Ks.
rmsvTS. irnarilisns. Innrhi.rs. mil lb
nnlilie tn.iriall v. fir invit,..! In intMw. iIim
exhibit of children's work at the Clara
Couway Iustitute today from U am. to 4
n.m., siii io visit tue aruooms uviwoon 4
nu it p.m.
Miss Jrxxr M. Hioiikk invite all Per
kins ilitereMed to viait the IhglMH) School
on next Wednesday to seu tho exhibit of
Tiikrr will lo a deliuhtful exctiraion at
8. Minus evening uu the steamer Ainu.
All refrexhuients tree. Dancing. Oelitlo
men f I.UD; ladii Iti-n.
Wi bavo Just received a bnrgn load of
Pittsburg Ciue Coke, very fine, Pittsburg
nd Anthracite Coal and Ali and Oak
WooJ. C. it. LiiVAK A Co.
H.a'1 l eave Nrm.al. This Mismrr,
Hut remain here and purchase vonr grv
cerii-e from (iiMHlman fc Chuahill, ."41
Main street, and you will have go! health,
grow tut and la) happy.
l loa Moanrjr'e 4 awdlps.
They have no cpiul.
They aro always fresh.
Tliey are al ya good.
Tliey are elegant for presents.
Tin itr will le a delightful rxcursloit at
H .'!0 this evening on the steamer Alice.
All refreshment (roc. Ilauclng. Ueullo-
meii tl.Utl; ladles in'.
I1EAU1IFUL CHAUTAUQUA LAKE.
Lakewood, New York.
The most beautiful resort In America:
situated on thn msio line of the.Nsw York,
lko f rie A W eater u ltailrond, at laiki
oxl, .N. Y., midway lietscen l iminmiii
and New York City; the highest nsvlk'iible
wtir In thn I'tiilml Slates; over I.Jnufeel
shove the level of the and 7m I leet
higher than lko Fie. Weatlmr cool; no
malaria; no mosquitoes. Hotels oN-n
J una 1 10 Octolx-r 1. Pound ti ip lure Iroin
Cincinnati lll.'i; good returning until
(srlober 31. lie siro your tirket resd via
New Y ork, laiko Erie A Western Itailrosd
front Clnrinnntl, as this I the only line
rantiing solid trnln. Pullman PalacnCars
through to the Lake. Tourists' tickets on
sain al !l largo station. For further in
lormatlnn pleasn apply to ticket ucnt of
Connecting line, or lo If. C. llolobird,
)iviion Passenirrr Agent, No. VJ West
Fourth street, Ctucluuali, O.
RHODA SALTS NIXON.
THE TROTH ABOUT THE INHUMAN
MURDER OF WILLIE TI8DELL.
Rhoda Turner, Plaoed on the Wltnese
Stand by the State, Relates How Her
Co-Diiandant Caused the Girl's Deatb
and Removed the Telltale Offspring.
The trial of "Dr." J. Nixon. charccJ
with the murder of Willio Tisdell. In
August last, is moving along rapidly in tho
As it is the second trial of tho caso, and
tho facts have all been publishod berto-
fore, there was littlo interest on tho part of
the public, so far as tho testimony is con
cerned. Until yesterday afternoon the defen
dants w ere Khoda Turner, a negro woman,
and Nixon. The first named expressed a
strong desire, however, to tell the truth
about tho matter, and the Statu
asked for the nolle pronouncing of
tho indictment against her, in order
that she miuht not bo hampered
bv a dread of ennsenunnees to hnrxelf.
This request prevailed, and sho was
placed upon mo stand. Nio stated, lu
reply to questions from her attorney, Mr.
Johu X. Moss, that sho lived on Madison
street prior to arrest, but has been in jail
ten montns. mio im not commit ttio
abortion ou Willio Tisdell, who was at her
bouse, but she. did nil she could for her
during tho painful days prior to her
Judgo Moss That's all; take tho wit
All eyes were turned upon Oen. Turner.
who abruptly aaid. "I don't want any.
thing to do with bur."
tiun. Peters then took tho witness. Fho
relatod Unit sho livod with her son and
grandson at '.M'.l Madison street in Heptoni
her last. Willie Tisdoil went to her liouso
about tho middlo of August and died thoro
on Wednesday, tho 7th of Kcptemlicr.
ho was sure it was Wednesday, but not
thedato.) When Willio Tisdell went to
tho houso of witness sho said sho camo
from Water Vallcv; that sho wan married,
but that she and her husband did not in-t
along well together. No one, so fur as
witness knew, camo tlicro with her. hbe
afteward, after about thrco weeks, went
back to Water Valley, as alio said, to gel
money to in uerseii up as sun wantcu to
bo. lr. Nixon visited tho patient alxxit
twico lieforo sho went back to Water Val
ley. Witness heard a conversation Isv
I ween tho doctor aud patient, in which tho
doctor agreed to commit tho ubortiou for
100orl50. Her visit to Water Valley
wns to get tno money lor nun purpo-to.
After sho returned, on Friday. Wil
lio Tisdell and witness went to
Dr. Nixon's The three went upstairs
overtoil. Nixon's store to the Hoctor'a
oltiee, as she called it There tho 1 Hit-tor
did nothing but exaniino tho mtient ninl
say she could easily be unhampered. Wit
ness lei l line lisdull there, and tion her
return, between 8 and 0 o'clock at night,
tho patient said she was all right and ankud
for a room to herself. Wiliicm gave her a
room, but noticed nothing about her until
next morning, when sho sasr tracks in
blood on the lloor. Patient was up and
about, off an on, during haturday, but
went to tied that niirht lu sroat misery.
On hunday morning she was no better,
aud witness sent llertba for Mr. Nixon be
tween 1 and 2 o clock. Tho Ioctor did
not remain long, but lonv enough lo de
liver her of the baby. It was not alive.
(She wrapied it up in a cloth, and it disap
peared with thodmapitcaranccof lr. Nixon
hunday night No 0110 else know of the
baby except she and llio liis-tor. Witness
went to Nixon's drug store Monday nilr,
but did not oco tho loctor. Tuesday
morning, shout 10 o'clock, tho patient was
in awiui misery ami sho sent lor mxoiu
Ho came, sat by the bvdaw hilcon Tuesday
night t"ld witness tho paticul was
in a bid fix, bo would have
nothing to do about it, for bur lo do the
best she could with her, and left Wit
ness knew she was ffoini to die. and wliou
she diil die, witness went to lr. Wil'iam
sou to learn how tho girlja la lie buried,
hhe was referred to lr. Nixon as the at
tending pbymclun, who, niter eomn pro
les), signed the death certificate. Witncia
did not know what bo gave as the cause,
lurther tlian that ho told her that
it was a "congi-sliblo chill." Tho wilnesa
never met Hr. Nixon until lost February a
year ago, but had previously traded a little
at his store. Miu had heard lr. Nixon
testify on the aland at the previous trial,
that he never knew her before that cose,
nd had been In her housn but num.
Willio Tisdell never told witneaa how much
money alio had. hho didn't know whether
I'r. Nixoit was a regular practicing physi
cian. Cross examined by (ien. Turner When
Willie Tisletl camo back from Water Val
ley on tho last trip no one mot her at the
ihsir, so far as aim knew. Perth was not
Iirescnl, nor did aha help her into the
ioiho. Thn patient complained of bsvinii
fallen al W'atnr Valley and sprained her
linger, and after silting up awhile went to
Is-d. hho never even knew the name of
her patient's friend was Prown; sho never
made any bargain with hiiu to "bring Ins
gnl out all riKhl lor any sum ol money.
No friend ol her was ever in thn houso to
her know htlg. hho never talked lo any
one about what should Ixi her testimony
on the stand in this trial of the case. if
ham (I. Jlcdnc k did bang her up by the
thiimha under the alnlioii-hoiisu lo make
berrotifeso. This occurred ihn-e duvs si
l. r her uriginiil arret. hhe never hsd any
Instruiiienu for uu in oini rg-'iicies like the
oiio forming tho bai of this trial, hbe
neve gavo any soue n iiiediciiii-sto prevent
them from becoming mot hers. There
was no reason for her altemplimt lo
conceal the fact that there bad Urn an
aliorliou M'rforimd,aa she had hotlilhiModo
with It hheilnlut remcuilier what she
had ol! Mr. I'icard, wht could say any
tliini; Im clioe. When she went with
Willie Tisdell and I'r. Nixon Into the hit
ler's ollice over bis slorcahesaw mi woman
or man up there. When the pstient went
lo hoiiMi of witness sho simply told her she
was lust from home, and never knew until
destii rculled that she hsd been living on
Marshall avcnuti. Willm Tiwlell never
gavo her bill t-, and that after sho rams
back from " ster aili-y. If she ever had
any more money she did not know iL hhn
never cared lo ifo II I Mill the siIiicm stand
before, mainly bersii- she wss I'.ot well.
nor hsd she rvr lold anyone Is-fore what
sho bad told the Jury I nun llir stand. lr.
Nixon I'X'k the fetua (mm her limine.
While sho did Hot see him in the act she
knew he did it. hhn never bad any eon
snlbitioii with I'r. Nixon si out tho rso,
and I lie alsirlion wss H-rloriiied In I'r.
Nixon's nllliv. hhe knew tin only from
w hat the undent had told her.
At this i ii I tho hour (or adjournment
had arrived, and tlie lurllier ero-s ein.
nslion of the wilures wss deferred until
tmr 1lr4 Ural
rat tina-rosu's auu mi ho-iuts.
Dr. f. .'. Mout hyraeino, K. Y ': "I
gave It loom' lieiit lio r- niiaoln In
IrsiiaiHl lb 1'io't imlinary liii-lnnn, Imii-
Ilia litsin wna 'llrrd and ronfuati.1' lllaiil I lis
Imat menial rirriiou. iniinruiam iiriti'iii.
nil ulliiiisle rKovery followed.
TllM will be a delightful exenraion at
g :iO this evctiuijl on the alesnier AlUu
All refn-hnients Irre. laneing. Uentle-
luou ll.U', he I 'os Ireu.
i i i.
ENTIRE WHEAT FLOUR
BALDWIN, KNOWLT ON & LAKE
Lro Krkmkr has retui ueJ from a busi
ness trip to New Yoik.
"Doc" M. Kiikmkii left Monday nijjlit
for au extended trip to F.uroio.
Col. Thomas W.Nkai.. of tho I vers-
burg Oair'.U; Is in tho city on businuNi and
Mns, PAVin Ct.nrrov, of Montgomery.
Ala., is tho guest of Mm. W. A. tioodumu.
on Shelby street
W. O. Hedkick and family willleavo to
morrow morning for Illinois tospend a few
weeks with relatives.
nr., v r..ii .,,,1 f..,;t.. i
burst, M iss., left last niht via M, ixC It.
It, for tlie springs lu Virginia.
Mas, Natiianiki. IUxtkr. Jr.. and
daughter, of Nashville, are visilimr Mr.
aud Mrs. N. U. Cump, No. U19 ljiudcrdulo
Kmhxtt I Woopron, President of the
Cotton Kxchange, left last ereniug for
Now York and other oints Last, and will
bo absent somo t vo weeks.
William J. Strki.k left Monday hk'tit
for New Y'ork, where tho summer months
will bo passed in cultivatina his c ximimle
tenor voice under master Instructors.
Mil. and Mas. CiFoiinie 11. Ili.ooo are
entertaining their eldest daughter, Mrs.
Ldmund Aniuhart, of New York City, at
their elegant home, on t'nioii street
Tv In nenrv hnnaii litlhi nf Plnll'a f Mil.-.
rides were freipjentlv used much sickness
1 1 i. . ,
wuum uu pruveuieu.
fl Security Bavlnire Bank and It. J.
Black ft Co.
Have removed from No. 42 lo N'n. 19
Madison atreol, formerly occupied by tho
Memphis City and I'ntou k Planters'
Hank, where they will I mi plciacd to co
their numerous friuuds and jiatrutio.
A afro! mtfn mlli lime ixtil alinr. I.a1.
is oiio of the most ellectivenf weeding
iinplemenls, aud if lic I "earlyand often'"
will keen land clean with little labor.
WHEN YOU ORDER
BEWARE OP IMITATIONS.
Attrmfitt art frtuuenih m,iJt ,
fitm off tnfttior Watfrt bearing latvlt
aotriy retemoung tin tnitint Afoht-
liollltt baring Ihe genuine AfwUi
naris fobett art jrequtntly Jiilcd with a
LOOK AT THE CORK,
tt'hieh, if genuine, it branded with the
name cf the Afioilinarit Comt-anv.
Limited, and the wotdt "AMnaht
JJ run nen " around an anchor.
I Dr. KLINE $ 0kf.AT
"tim4Nniva lit iam
A "t Jlftotnt. a. a;aa. mi.
iwri lima f rtw
f t f' ! fAar hIi as
111 HAIR BALSAM
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L JlVaMas luaunanltmvlh.
r jJN.r f. ia t Natl.r Or
'3 Half tilla ViHrtSM CaW.
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f. r " t1
Hw Am irT-l I know hw In ns
ftspMiior Wall. in i iifoiit lol lnklika
Grltindt k iiit Am I
ind,e far IMus.n. r.U WSr.
haiiiraani Hi- l.:.hk"u ail ell iut osy jUu
tutt ore ye e''Ur n - r
ft s ..M, kiln.-,a laom h--ia lasnine
Mall. Ml.l' ll lira I amia riai,m
tuiaaMvtril J. launiira .
. aha.ua ul II II, .i '.'l llBMFa .lli'..l4
'IB It ur. II .Mii I r ! Hi '"l
tin., n4 Has It ..n.-,)'MJ will rala II It
elhrrastlimiaaaia lit, . AaS ll 11
lirs raks, suit W U "' V""r ti ''"'"
aaalt. 4 Na.1 lVliiSsAiaS
Wmlim n Atwu Hi I iln s ftalr'tanra
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A. M"NH Vr.liliK, I'est.
S. Uasiisuv. y
WEBB & MAURY,
a as Front m.,
CRAIN AND COMMISSION.
IO UATB "S
I J U II A
K.MIAN At Inmlly Mlilemv, No. S Jnhnmin
SMMiue, TiioiIhv adi'niiviii, Jiiiid 4, Iwi,
ii'elm'k. Mix Aim T.. wile of llio Into 'I lioinna
Kami. lUiulavlllr, Ky., I'liii'luimil, ll., uiiil Mil
r niiii iMn, v ui., iaiet w-- coiy.
Kiini'ntl (mill niili'iuv inimirrnw (Tllt'llSPAY)
innriiliiK st V o'clm'k. IIIkIi maaa st SI. Ilrlul.l a
t him li sl 9..HI o'elwk. 1'rlemlisiul siniislntiuitvt
Invliiil lo aitciul.
I.OIX1K NOTIl K.H.
1 M.l A Sitvrr UlIHiK Niv aw, K. an.l A
J J M ins olllivn ainl meiiiura n
Iiieativl In meet in n'Kiilariniiiinuiilintliiii
una IV. MlKMiY) evi'll in. Jiiiiu h. lv.il. l.i
ilNS'rh ol bualiiUAS
1'yer.l.r A. Mi NICU, W. M.
Aiiit. J. a. Mimrrv.SiiTi.iiir
A f KMI'lllS HOY.U.AUfll I II AITKIt No
a i i m,
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Ill a 1 11 I.U. r.llA 1 I fIMll!IIF al 7 1 ll .' ..k
liirsiirk III tlio M.i.l Ktivlli'iil I.i.i.t mren.
laiiniK ciiiiixtiiloiu Inn. rimlly ln li.-.l lit unler
I. M. Kil'V, ll. r.
Jims IV Hen. SeiTr-tm-y.
rpilK SI. Ml- ANN I' A I, fUNVKN I'lON lK
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In 1,1 al t It.-1 r I aallu Mall, .ul Mala ulivl 9 '
lllla W MiSK.kIIA VI evi lilllK, June A ti'lt"K-'
llii imri-iMi ol elivtlng out. era (er llio i-a t ,
auins Una. jiv
F. I. MHOHC, K. It. K.
lllll'KASAW I.III1..K No. il. K. (IK 1'.
V t 1 In nlllriira anil IncinlaTa S 'll llloi'l
till. (WHIM -DAYl Ilk il. Jlilie IWI
s I'n.lli. Hall. Kl.i I l.iti ill iitllivra .mil
tillirr Im-litia of itni.rtiiiioii in U Inoia-
ai'ii .l Miml.rraof alalir lialui-a Iriil.iimlly
Ilv nnler WM. T. PttYPKN, C. C
sanckl WniTi imn, K. ol U. .1 a.
Thuflnnef I1K.HKOIII), SMITH TO l.ll.li.Uy
tllwilvi'i l.y iniitiul nuiH'iil l,y Urn lilnlmvoil til
W. A. Hmlili ami tl. K I .,iii,ioii, Mr WhU' Ik.l
furil axiimlns all llnblllim an.l inll.v llni ull
ill lilt iluc llio llruu
Win TK lirt lOHI),
W. A. SMI I II,
Ii. Y. (iiMrinN.
M. in,lil. Trim., Jinm I, l-'i.
Il.'l. rilm to Hip tliiin rani r t,iln llil. nir
lnnliyi.l miiiiiinin.iti4 Mr. Wli)ti. IIHinnl lin.nr
liluiiilaaiiil His iuklic"iivriill).
W A. SMITH.
K i KMI'InV.
PHOIX WIRE WORKS.
Masi rti rt Kkiu ot
Screen Win Doors a Wimlows
ee-Kllinalii Kiiml'liivl anil rir.t i lia Wnik at
llmaiiiialilii I'riiiai (iunraii. L
23H mONT HT. Tolophonn 1.311
Every Nlaht Except Sat
urday. Ailmlolnn. Ntnliia ....
Maine , salunlay
Tlekrt OrHrv, ao:i Mill, I BlraM
bj r k
m y 1 J U- LJ
FINEST PEBBLES FITTED
PERFECT SATISFACTION GUAIIANi'liKl).
ORGILL BROS. SCO.
SID AND 312 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. .
Avery Cotton Scrapers, Mitchell Cotton Scraper i
Randolph Cultivators, Side and V Harrowa,
HANDLED AND EYE HOBS
THOMAS HAY RAKES
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE.
DESJARDINS, MILLER k HAWKINS
394 & 303 MAIN STREET, - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Chieftain Hay Rake, Dannor riuntor. Oimpboll Corn Drill, .
Door and Window Screens, Oalvanized Poultry Netting
t.iwt ?'iwnr. loo Orortm Frnozxrw. Handlod and Evo tlooaj.
It. T. I. KM MOV, TOMOALR.
rrcni.lonU Yloo -rrralili-nt,
Lemiiion & Gale Company
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
CIO and 328 Main Street, Memphis, Tonn.
1I Ii ir.f'Tous.
II. T. I.EMMOV. Ti II VI C, U. il. ItlTKlVRIf AM.
W. f. MILLER.
11. I III (
THE PEER OF ALL.
OUR LATEST AND GREATEST PRODUCTION.
"THE MEMPHIS APPEAL,"
The Finest Nickel Cipar Ever Produced in This or Any
A HANDSOME BRONZE STATUE CIGAR
LHiitrr.it, iniuiAri AMioit.to.ir.INI. n.uivi'.s on A in Wllit KVKUY i.omx
rf-ln A.lilHli.n V IliK ti Mi'in.M. Apf nl C.mnr will mail Til K Wr.KKI.Y
ATl'liA I. (r uiiv yi-nr, Kiniia, lu llm 1'iir. liun-r ui crrry Uiniiaaiiil of Hit ccli'lirulvj
Memphis Appeal Cigars.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS.
I. SAMELSON & CO.,
JSTO. 310 lvJIISr STJEmET.
BOI.TH AOHNTH FOU TltH UNITf) H ATRR
T&o Largest Stock
Screen Wire in the
Al rlattlMM lrtM.
387-389 MAIN STREET.
fine Cutlery, Etc
Ttit Cheapest tod
Cllf llur Tnr
rtn fiMr rntil
387-389 MAIN STREET.
J. T. Lll'ltAHE.
LaPllADE, McGRATII CO.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 304 FRONT STREET, t t I t I MEMPHIS. TENN.
Z. N. ESTJLS & CO.
(buoi'KUHOiu to mmt doan a ca
Wliolosalo Grocoiy und Cotton Factora
Not. II 1-2 ind 13 Union Stroot. Momohli, Tenn.
V. P. MlI.t.EIt,
MimiV. W. II. JOYNKIt,
Wire Clot. '
Door and WlnJof
HftHng llliigva, IKmt
I'nlla mill ( alrha,
w. n. DO AN.