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THE MEMPHIS ArrEALt TTTUHSDAT, JUNE 0; I860;
ORLEANS CAN'T BE BEATEN
WKMPHI3 IS AGAIN DEFEATED BY
Cbarlaaton Defeats Atlanta Some Fi
nancial Trouble In tbe Latter Organl
ea'lon Salaries or Player Not Paid
Rpcrlnl Dl-pnloh (o The Appeal.
New Oki.kans, La., Jane 6.--Smith
pitched a tatter game tliun Huston, but
tiid support was not at nil equal. Brodor
ick uuuin played badly nt uliort, nnd Cru
ao's work was the only redt-oming feature
for the visitors. The locals fielded finely,
JlcUuirk leading in all-around work, and
hit timely. The freo admistion did not
attract more than 800 peoplu.
rnthe ntu, e. I...
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Kolly. c.I o 0 t 1 0
Hvtrliu. II b .... 0 12 11
rnw, t b 13 14 I
llr.i.kTl.-k, .!.... . 0 0 14 Ii
Kiil.llci, lb .......... 0 1(01
Ursi.liik, c. 10(1 1
hnilth, i. ... ... 2 CI 0 0
iSuouv, r. I.... m . 0 0 2 0 0
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M.uilihi. 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 T
Summary: Kurned runs New Orleans
2, Memphis 2. Two-base hits rollioiuus,
) louston, Smith 2, KitlJIo, Home runs
McGuirk. Stolen bases New Orleans 10.
Memphis 2. Doublo nluya Kelly ami
(iraulick. First basa on balls Oir Houston
8, oil" Smith 5. Hit by pitched ball Uruso
and Kelly. Struck out By IIuslou 5, by
fmilu X roused balls (irauUck. Wild
pitches Houston 1, Smith 2. Timo of
grime Two hours and ten tniuutcs. .I'm
piio Tim W. Hurst
i'hnrlesloii H, Allan! t.
travUl ll'SUU to The Apnoal.-
Ciiaki.fston, 8. C, June 5. The locnls
(rot awny with the Atluntas without exort
iug themselves toduy. Tbe Atlanta tenm
flcems to be pitched into the soup. How
ell, shortstop; Corry, pitrher, and Qniim,
tho grout llostou first baseman and skip
per, took tho afternoon train as fur North
its the railroad would carry them, and left
their confrercr to fiht out Uie lltflit tho
Lest way they could.
It is develoed that the Atlanta team
lad not boon paid their salaries. ' Y enter
day President Paasalaicaquo, of tho
Charleston team, gave Manager Whalon
$-50, which was divided out amonK ten
meiiilors of tbo teum in part payment of
their salaries. Tho trio mentioned abovo
liad made an attempt to akin rcsterdar.
but were smiled by a roiistnliftt. Today
they drew their $'2i and gtil otfon the next
train, the team was, however, uiado up,
nil will play tlirouifli the eninunMuent.
There was nothing worthy of uoto in tho
iiusi ottos. a imjr.o a. a.
I. a.... 1 1 ............. 2 110
Hnt. a. a. ......... 0 2 110
r'ltxaiiumnria, 2 u 0 0 2 4 0
Wiatrv.r. I O 0 0 0 0
UmiM-liuMrr. 1 b.. 1 1 11 0 0
VImu-ii. b ..... 0 0 0 1 0
O H.Mitke, r. L... 2 0 0 0 0
II. -iiwwf . p .. 0 ID 12 0
UtuuUvuliiirf , a. ..... . 1 0 0 2 I
Totst. - i 71 11 I
ati.a!ta a. sa'r.o a. a.
F-lrrlln. I f.... 12 110
kitm.i.-T.r. 1..... 0 o I o
Mi.-. I b .0011 0
wan f i ...... 010
Il"ii man, c.. 0 111 1 0
I'l iMlcr, a. .............. 0 0 0 t 2
Ku-.Jb 0 0 11
Union. I b ......... . 1010 2
tr.K.c I . 0 0 2 0 0
Tn(nt 2 I V l
C - -- -
12 0 1 I lllt-l
.-iiinmury: l..iriioa runs (.harieston 1,
Ata.inu I. Total base bits I'hnrliwlon !,
.t niiu 'X Kirnt bao on balls ( 'haries
ton it. Ail-inla 1. l-lt on bases ChsrlHs
Ion ii, Ailani.t I. Strut k out Ity lion
1 1, by ioum 0. I'nivM-d Italia ilrnn.
tUi.i'iiu j 1,'lliM-neiiian I. llutler bit Ity
JIiimiw I. iKmbie play liraiidenhnig and
lU'iiumoim. 'I lino of j'Buiu Two hours.
t'Mcsgo 5, Cleveland O.
Ft Louis 4, Coluiubui 3.
Ibwtnn 4, 1'hiladelphla
iViillimore 13, Cincinnati 0.
Kanww City 2, Ilrooklyu i.
Athletics U, Ixiulavillo la
Wanhlnston 3, New York 4.
A BXVOLTINO GIOllT.
Krause found Dead and
tired by Decomposition.
Yesterday evening, about tr.'SQ o'clock,
colored boy named J sine Maxwell, and
gvd ataut fifteen years, whilo walking
thmugh Mrs, Doecbrr'a pasturo at the
end of the Prospect Park Hurauiy line, and
IkiiiI 100 yards from the road, discovered
tbo remains of a man lying on the grass
Tho alarm was given an J Deputy Cor
oner Garvin repaired to tho acciio for tho
purpose of holding an Inquest
Ou arriving, revolting spectacle met
Lis Kate. Lying on bis back, with both
arms extended, was tho body of man
w bo had evidently been doad for about
two weeks. Tho condition of a cor 10
after lying out two weeks, during such
weather as this, ran more readily be Ira-
iiincd than descritwJ. It is safe to say
that bis great-grandmother would Dot
Lave known him. He wore a black coal
nnd vest, white shirt, a new brown dorby
liat, shon-mado shoes and staprd nta
Jlia clothes were new and of good quality.
None of the many witixomrs tiroaenl knew
Li 111. Ilv hi side was (mind a half-pint
Lottie half tilled with a white liquid, which
might have been gin, waier or chloral
This botllo bad bnsn carried aaay and
could not bo found when tho corouor ar
rived. Win, Wars, colored, who lives In one of
the Key. David Wsik's bouaea, on Wyom
ing avenue, claimed to recogniss tho re
tsiains as those of a man named "John,"
who used to work around gardens, and
with whom he had worked at Mr. King !
place, comer Col lege and Mr tremors avo
num. Mr, King, when he beard a de
scription of tbo man, said It was doubtless
John krauae,a (inrmaa gardener, lllty-flve
or sixty years old, who Lad been working
in tho neighbor hood.
Ksvrral others then claimed they knew
Mmsnd that be was lo the bsbitof getting
dduk oat thoreaod altepiug oil the ellocts
of his debauch free from police tnolosta
Superintendent Joseph' Mnrn. of the
dummy line, suid thnt atout twelve day
no man answering tho description given
bud obtained a bottle of water from one of
the engineers of the line, and this is
thought to liavo boon tho bottle found by
his side. It is supposed that he took poi
son, though there whs no way finding out
the true, cause of his death.
County Undertaker K. C. Smith took
charge of the remains.
There will be a LeuUlalive Council meet
ing thU afternoon.
Tho r)lice docket is full of cases fo vio
lating sidewalk and henlth ordinances.
Exhibits from Memphis left last night
for tue Fort Worth, Tex., karaporam:l. ,
Times aro so dull nowadays that tho
only subject of diweucsion in some places is
the last election.
Giimblina-liouses have commenced pay
ing into tho polico headquarters tho usual
A meeting of ladies nnd gentlemen for
tho organization of a music club will bo
held at tho Merchants' Exchange tomor
For tho first timo in many days Die
water from the city water-work's was clear
enough so that it could not be haulod iu
Mrs. O'Noill applied to Capt. Hackelt
yesterday for information regarding tho
whereabouts of her cousin, MiaCoiiuoU,
who lives somowliero in Memphis.
The Louisville A Nashville Railroad
have purchased lots corner of Third and
Concord streets, upon which largo cotton
platforms aro to bo erected iu tho near
The Cholsscaltcs complain that tho city's
gnrbage carts do not visit them, and that
tho taxes expended in this servico is tor
the benetit of a few hotels and boarding
Willie Compton was drowned yeslerday
in I.umkin's Lake, seven miles from Holly
Springs, Miss. A brother of tho drowued
boy was in the city Inst night looking for
a diver to go dowu and look for tho ro
mains. ltight under tho physical and oillcial
nose of Councilman Graham, corner Mill
and Fourth streets, are several stepping
stones thrown out of pluce which have
been a source of annoyance to pedustrians
and vehicles (or a long time.
Tho ollicers and attaches of tbe general
ollices of tbo Louisville, Now Orleans &
Texas ltiilway will enjoy their annual
picnic at l.ako View next Saturday. It is
an invitation alT.iir, to which panHports are
Justly regarded valuable properly.
At a regular uiojtinu of Chickasaw
Lodge, No. 41, Knitthts of Pythias, tho
following ollicers wero elected to serve for
the miHuing term: C. C, Kobcrt Ellioti;
V. C, J. W. I'mphri.; P., Jos. Heital;
M. K., J. T. Elliott; M. F.. K. 1). Wiln;
M. A., Jos. Jollisanti K. II a, S. Whit
comb. EIGHT CA8E8I EIGHT CASES!
Containing Over 60.000, 60,000 Im
Have been refived by u direct from
Havana, through tho Memphis Custom-
House, during the past week; among
winch are Uiligencius, Henry Llays,
r lor de Samelsou and many other equally
flno and stundurd brands. We aro the
ouly tirm iu Memphis who receive fre
quent shipments of imported cigars and
our patrons are therefore enabled to get
only Ircsu cigars from us.
I. Samkijon A Co.,
Hie Hi roc t Importers of Memphis,
r. a Wo sell baseball tickets.
OBJECTED TO THE TEBM "SCAB."
A Tinner Seriously Cut During a, Dis
cussion of tbe Labor Qusttioo.
A bucket of beer, a discussion of tho
labor question, a piece of soldering tuotal,
a knife, aud hostilities.
Theso were tho agencies in a little at
tempt at homicide about 3 o'clock yester
ticorge Mulligan and Henry Manloy nre
tinners, aud were working on the roof of
a residence being ereclcd on Orleans street,
for Henry Moore. Shortly before 3 o'clock
p.m., while on tho friendliest tcr in, they
went dowu into thoir clotlust, brought
forth tho dust and sent for a bucket of
beer. As they mellowed under Its Influ
ence, discuwioii of union men and ''scuba"
arum, in the midst of which Mulligan
denounced Mauley as a "scab." Without
submitting tho application to a board of
arbitration, tho aM-rcd individual gath
ered upa tar of aoldorand lit Inio Mulligan.
This iiilemntied the hitter's anger, and bo
reached lor a knilu left by his assailant at a
rouveuieul point. With a muscular swing
lis blado wiis aent luto the body df Mau
ley, lower left side of the spinal column,
unking a painful and serious wouuL
Mulligan tbeu mado himself seldom by
flight, whilo Mauley was curried to the
noarest drug store. Ir. Neely attended
blin, pronounced his wound not fatal, an. I
bo was then removed to bis home, No. Tsi
Ciik'aoo, III., Juno 6. A dispatch from
Purccll, Ind. T., ssys: Tbo annual Grand
Council of tbe Ovo civilized nations and
allied tribes Diet hero yesterday. The
triUt represented were tho Chcrokecs,
Otoes, Missouri, Poiicaa, Kiowas, Shaw
nee aud WlchiUs. Tho Chlckssaw, upon
whose reservation tho couticll is hold, re
fused lo send representatives. Tbe first
vote for the Chief of the Council rosultod
in a tio between Iloudinot, a civilised
Chemkoe, anil Tawocunia Jim, a wild
Wichita. Boudmnt was olo-ted on the sec
ond ballot, nnd Harvey Shelton, a Cher
okoo, was made Secretary, After the ap
pointment of a Committee on lUwo
lu'.iona tho representatives of the wild
tribe Indulged In big talk until adjourn
ment The Crocks were severely de
nounced for selling Oklahoma. Chief
WhlMionm, of the Otor. in full wsr dnsss
snd brandishing his tomuhiiw k, denounced
the (lovernment for attempting to buy up
the Indian lands and settle them with
whites. Ho said he had left Nrbranka to
get out of the white man's encrosi-hmrnt
but tho while man would not let him rest.
A ta-legruin was received from tho Crocks
aking thst tbe council be prolonged until
Thursday to allow their dclcgat to at
tend. fMlMMI-rs AHliilmi.
Wasiiisotoi. June 6. The President
bss appointed (be following postmasters:
John W. l'.liss at Groenlenf, Kss.j Peter
A. Pecker at Kingman, Kas.; Thorns F.
IVsdl.-o at Fulton, Ky.; Julie Laui at
Ilatonls, Tex.', Seymour Foster at ln
slng, Mlrh.; Jacob J. lloflmsn at Tsrkio,
Mo.; Ellen Marquia at Webb City, Mo.;
llcrnArd F. Ludwtg at llnirtsville, Ala.;
Emma CUykra at Pine Lin IT, Ark.; Frank
Hunker at Geneva, 111.; Win. A. Hnnter
t Italia Plain. ! I(..nr It K.-..I .1
Hrooklyn, la.; Alien T. Under mood at
Monteiunia, la.; Patrick E. McMurray at
A H4 TklH.
Floyd A Mooney'a aoda, with pure fruit
juice and Ice cold, la a delicious beverag.
BTRIDEAWAY BEATSN AT ST. LODIS
IN FAST TIME.
Terra Cotta Beats Los Angrale Iu a
Walk Favorites Sueoessful all Along
the Line Entrtas Today at Jerome
and St. Louis.
St. Ixiuis, Mo., Juno 5. Tho mc.111, dis-
agreeublo weather of yesterday wat suc
ceeded by perfect racing weuthor today.
iho air was cool and bracing and tho sun
rays wero not too violent for comfort. The
track wa gcod.
First Kaoe Six furlongs; for all age.
St. Lc.-or 111. J. Johnson. 2 to 1. won-.
Lucy P 101, Atkinson, 8 to 1, second;
Girondes 111, Covington, 8 to 5, third.
Time 1:10). Tho others finished in
this order: Tho Elk UXI, Humes, 10 to
1; Helena 110, Ovorton, 2 ) to 1; The Dea
con 100, Stoval, 5 to 1; Mrs. McAllister
100, Hollls, 20 to 1; Catoosa 100, Soden, 20
to 1; Gov. Kiws 111, L. Jones, 20 to 1;
Poutoon 124, Sloau, 50 to 1. Giioudes
niailo the runuing to tho stretch, where
Su Lcger came, through and won handily
by a leiu'tii, Lucy V. second, a hesd iu
front of tiinmdus, third.
Second Usee One milo dash, soiling,
for all ages. Hlndoocrsft 107, llollis, 4 to
5. first; liravo 107, Barnes, 2 to 1, second;
Entry 85, A. Covington, 15 to 1, third.
Timo 1:4:)J. Tho others II tiishod: Ircno
121, Corbett, 20 to 1; Virginia 02, Thomp
son, 20 to 1; Gasoline t)H, G. Covington,
Id to 1; Sinnnette 112, Sloan, 10 to 1;
Prather 1011, Stoval, 13 to 1; Lotion 107,
Taral, 13 to 1; Glockner 107, Cbaso, 20 to
1; Frodrica 102, Overton, 13 to 1; Susie F
92. Van Kueron, 20 to 1; Curus 113, J.
Johnson, 30 to 1. licfore the start llan
Nail struck herself and was scratched.
All tats were declared olf and twenty min
utes given for a now book. Susie F aud
Piuihor alternated until wolt into the
stretch, when Hindoocraft aud liravo
cnine through, the former winning by half
a length. Entrv was a length back.
Third Itaco Ellwood Perchurin stakes,
for all nges; one milo and a quarter. Terra
Cotta 120, Mcljtiiglilin, 1 to 2, won; Los
AniHcs 117, Murphy, 13 to 6, second;
LouglUh was scratched. Time 2:12). Tho
race merits no description. Terra Cotta
gut oil iu front increased his lead every
step of tho way, aud won, pulled double,
by (our Icngtha.
Fourth lluco Selling purse; f vo nir
longs; (or two-year-olds, llomain 11:1, G.
Covingtoii,4 to I, won; Pinkie T'.M,Iariics,
even money, stcoud; Indian I 'rim ess Imi,
Stoval, 3 to 1, third. Tune -1:011. The
others liumlied us follows: Qm-er Toy 10(1,
Coleman, 10 to I; West Anna 07, Sodcu,
10 to I; LastChnuce 110, Kenix, 10 to 1;
Miss Itlondo 07, l'reeuiau, 8 to 1; .S'lMiunre
list, Taral, 8 to 1. Queer Toy and Pinkie
T made the running to the stretch, where
Homain headed them, aud in a driving
finish won by half a length; Pinkie T was
socond. a head in front of Princess third.
The loHt race of tho day was the Car
rin co lludders' handicap, one milo snd a
furlong. Stonev Monliroiuery 102, G.
Covington, 8 to 1, first; Comedy 102, llol
lis. 10 to 1, second; llouiu 100, Stoval, 4 to
1, third. Timo l:.Vi). Tho others fin
ished: Stiidoway 1 10, flames, 3 to 3; as
lex 112, Cochran, 8 to 1; IUhUt U2, Su
venson, 10 to 1. Comedy mndo the run
ning until a furlong from home, where
Stoney Montgomery came out of tliu ruck
and won by a length, half a length hot wuou
i.-cond and third.
Sr. I-ocs, Mo., Juno 5. Theeutrii- and
pools for tomorrow's races are:
r'lnl lUrsUII bikI n-H'iilr yrli. Krrvrns.
V7. 7i: Cur.imti. I m. f-.h Killii, nil, I V, l. l,
V7, IK Kii.rrl. im. tn. Mirth. Vo, Ii.a, Mounts
Kins. VT, li t (iviliuo, H'J. Im.
tNMitid Km lu-l j.iaiv xukrfl: tur lwnj-rr-oM;
all liirluiu- Hr"r. Il '. wsrti-r I M
II. IJI. IVs I von V, IJI. ..; AniW.i. 111.
Avnu lalis 1:1, ii I. il (lis Itrr. im, I.Iumi hMK
U., 111. J J, ill. Il l, Uiiii ii Anns, KM, In.
I lilt.l Iu Oiis mil ni l l,irl.i.i(. Iliintr-ai
110 tics t Isrs nil. l Jim i nimii-y nil. x.
ilsiluiln , Its linii luu. In. kvimr m, in;
Unli.u '.. 1-1, llluud. Uo, J, A i ii nil. I luu, 114
k.Nli llu. K.
imi rid 1Ui Thlntso lliiiwmi n'i Klskn On
milo sml iiin.r i..ii j.jmi In, fat.; Zulu III,
II-'. MioriMiian llVfiai. Uurs Ixvnlxm llu. Iu.
Hllll IU(V sl',lo rliaw; lull iimum. l.lJ-rt
ii.. .: tiiiim-nr im, .. auurne ni,M3, iicy
tin WaLklm lis, l.'i
siMfiiis ai svrvuss rarsi.
Junoui I'akx.N.Y., Juneo. A good day
and a good track.
First Kaeo Three quarter of a milo.
Starters: Lufy 11, ICowlsnd, Pcrsiiimious,
Triller, Itlue Itock.Jay F Ioo, Utile llsre
foot Uluo ICock won iu l:l.s, Jav F Die
sex-ond, Persimmons third.
Second lUcc Milesnd three-slxtotnths.
Starters: Zephyrtis, Eric, The Forum. Eric
won In 2:01, x ptiyrus second.
llurd lUco One thousaiid four htin-
dusl ysrda. Starters: Grenadier, Ovid,
Ocean, Jlelinda, Ik-linds won, Ovid sec
ond; Grenadier third. Timo 1:23.
Fourth Itaee tour furlongs and a haw. 1
Marters: CI VU ro-rvics1, t snliDii, Kancocas,
John Atwoml, Paradox, llomo-oiiatliy, Ca-
rainiu, 1 ho'lie. l arailox won, rineuj sec
ond, IUiicocs third. Tunc r.."o.
lillh IUc .Milo and ou-aixtcoiith.
Starters: J A 11, Major lomo, Vivid. Ms-
jor Oomo won, J All K'coud, ivid third.
Sixth Itaco One mile. Starters: Cru-
aler. First Attempt J.J. Ilealy, Anom
aly, .lists, vtynwool, JK-cepllon, l inUih,
upton, not Scotch. Alais won. Hiptnu
second, Wynwood third. Time l:4ii.
Seventh luife iuo mile. Starters:
Fslcon, lU-m, Frank Ward. Iirclimoiit,
Frank Ward won iu 1:471. Ucsi second.
JkllOMK FA RK KMTSII.H.
Flrt Fro inn uillr. Aiirlmms IU7. r,l.irr Hit.
ts norlia l). Iilinn ml, I uriuih lui Kru.nn Hi
tnHl llMiT in IniMiMiu.l lour hiitnlhl far la.
Solll Ii. htf l M III. t... Il.ii 1 14. lidlMuii mi, Hi..
lanm nu, Kins i ran II", maim I ly l.'il""i,
V neat fci ni iilurjr vu, lot a'A, Vuiuulavr lux,
Vlllasr Mal l l.
Ilni.l lUin-Mllrsnilnntrla'liOi. DuUenlsn 100,
Lumlnaif im, Mimifanl VI.
Innrili lut-4ii mllu. I'rrawt 111. FIiIm III.
Ilin. In.1, 1rnl-f la J. " Inooni I".', Nuw i.r
Ni rvt 110, luDiK-mam lux lUiu IUS, klui trail
r irili Hant-oii lulls sin! iisnrr. UuUoiulaa
107, Irrv'n! lit. Ihu "i u in IL.
hmli haia -1 hrfoiiaiCM ol mlln. Clonmcl
tOJ. iNnvbtlns IHJ. Imii"inaii III. I' ll. Hnk, Jr ,
III, hail.lMliuu III. "..liiiai.iiia lawiiki luj,
Uille Uanluut Vt, Mlraria IJi.
rrebakle Mlastn lawlsy,
AT ST. LOI'IS.
Klral n-Jllrlh. krr.a.
N-ii'l lla--HWKy Kil-n DiMilsas.
'Ilnrtl lutra 4 lara Kiriin.h.
Konrlh llaoa .ulil. !uiiiiuau.
at jkmomk r Aitic.
Dm Rars .m-anrlis, Hlnlnn.
iHHiitiil Ion ..liirjr. Itr.no.
Ililr l llaiv-l.utnliiarr. Klu(trd.
K'Hilth !!' Il'l"a. I i-lin.
Huh I'ar-.l'lrrnil, H"liinlAti.
blilli luiti -M ifai Ui, lau liru k, Jr.
The Saloon of William William Cloied
Yesterday by Creditors,
Mr. W. If. Townsend appeared before
Justice Harry yesterday and had an attach,
moil run on the slock and fixture of Mr.
Woi. Williams, who koups a saloon at No.
1 1!) Main street. The amount of Mr. Town
send's claim Is $71 ,
ltcr in the day tho following creditors
attached the same proicrty for the sums
and in the order named:
iwinli'lm nm A t'rl CUmiUvIIIc).....-.!!!! t
i :. lurreU IM isi
H. m U .. 17 Vt
lirorva M. Ih rUra A (.... M0 IA
Lonw HU (rani) ....m........ 4U U0
The tolal attach meiits fool up J1.. 35,
While lb asset will iuvoire perbps$l,00a
ENTIRE WHEAT FLOUR
V i II
BALDWIN, KNOWLTON & LAKE
Larger Anitlenres Nls;nily.
As tho weather waxes warm tho audi
ence at Jackson Mound Park inerensu nu
merically, and last night, despite, othor
outdoor attractions, a good iisij in binge was
present to witness tho "Mikado" by tbo
Hcshou Opera Company. Tho rare enter
tuiumonts aQbrded music-lovers bv this
sterling company of artists is rapidly being
recognized by Mcmphiaus, who are loth to
pstrouizo Amusements of any sort unions
livst-closs, but when this fact become ap
parent thobox-ollice receipts are certain to
increase. That tin) Peslion company has
earned a hold upon public favor goes with
out saying, and as soon as tho weather as
sumes a ummur-llke attitude tho pavilion
nt Jackson Mound is corlaln to bo
well filled nightly, for tho company
now playing there is head and shout dors
above any opera company that has before
appeared at the Mound.
Miss Diiryca, besides being the possessor
ol a sweet soprano voice, is a rare actress,
ami the more one sees and hears her, tho
stronger tho liking.
Frank 1 Hindoo, us s comedian, has few
equals, and nightly is forcod to respond
to many encores.
Harry Nelson, the tenor singer, is aav
ntavo tho avurugo in tact, would rank
high with any company while Mr. Mc
Swecney and Misses lresslcr, lircoche and
Travcr aro strong acquisitions.
Tho company, principals and chorus, is
a strong one, andis well worthy of pub
".Mikado" tonight and the balance of
tho wock, including a Saturday matiueo.
1 h 'rsllsal Srss,
Mr. Entile Iicvy announce conspicu
ous!)' In another column the menu of tho
grand music fesli ial t j bo given iu this city
Juno 17, including a muliiieo and night
iH'rforiiiiiuco, at tho New Memphis The
ater. A careful rcadiag will assure those evou
alightly acquaintrd with luusical celebri
ties that il is to l au event second to nono
ovor brought to tho doors of Moinpliians.
Miss Emma .Inch, Mine. Teiese Her
bert Foerster, Miss lleleiie von liitenhnir,
Siltnor Jules i'erolti, Messrs. WilhaniJ.
Ijtvin. JoM'ph I .Hide, Eiuil Fischor. What
a collection of soprano, contralto, tenor
and ba-s voices!. These lire nuporled by a
grand lestival otchestra ol forty euiiuent
inusiiiaiis, RclmUiil from the symphony
orchestra of New York and llostoil, under
the direction of Mr, Carl -rrahn. Thero
can be, with this combination, no lower
ing of tho li ilrd o( music festival
already vstabllslied here, but rather an ad
vancement They aro people who have
held the attention of New Yorkers, llaat
louiles and Eastern people generally, in
creaaiug their hud uu popular esUjuui cou
tiniially. The imix ollleo '.prni Tuesday morning,
Juno 11, at 8 o'lck, for one day. Alter
thst date, the silu will coiitinuu daily at
E. Wit.tnann A. I'o.'a. The scsln o( prices
apN'arsin the rigular announcement, and
is IiIhtisI (or the attraction olh red. Parties
(rom the counlr ran secure seats by tele
graphing the msiiiger, Mr. Eiuilo Levy.
A el Kslrrtnlamixit.
West Side Psn has iHtencngagiHl by tho
Indies of Grace Church for a novel enter
tainment Frida, June 14, from 3 toll
o'clock p.m. Hie neat btllo steuumr C.
Ii. I try j ii will carry all who precure tickets,
which will bo soil for a reasonable price,
including loal rilo su I admittance lo the
park. The deso'ved populai ily of all for
mer eutcrlsiinuml given by these ludie
I a sure uuaruiilve ol something very nice
on this occasion. Music will bo furnished
by tho Italian sarlor oirhiwtra. The fol
lowing ladle Iib'h kindly consented to set
a chaiM'rouos; Mi'aU.unrs C Ik llryan,
K.J. Pearson, Luke Wrii;ht, J. A. bin
Ihtr, Gcorgo P. Pelcis, Wm. lUudolph,
C. T. Jordan, J. S, Gslloasy.
UAOEAS OOlPUd PR JUEKDINQi.
A Louisville MUber Bsoaln to Ilavs
Her Child Ksatored.
Mr. E1 llotartt, ol luisvillc, Ky., a a
In the city ycsU.'dsy obuiniug the testi
mony of Mrs. Katie Milan, who lives at
No, 1H0 Csrollis str.-et, in a suit now
H'iiding In LouavillA, wbero Mr, Itotarts
and wilo are Interest''.!. Soino years sgo
a Mrs, Martin guvo su Infant child lo Mr.
KobcrUsnd Wife. They adopted the child
and still have I- Knue week ag the
mother of tho little girl ihisiied her child'!
lelurn, but w ri'lu"l. She then in
stituted pnx ec'iinfc: in the nature ol a
writ of hshca nrpu, wilh a view of so
curing possession ol the child. Mr. It'll
ens claims to Live irgularly adopted tho
little one, snd In plow Hi's was llm pur
pMe and purtioit of Mrs. Milan's testi
mony, who, having lived with Mr. Itoli
erts during her girlhood, was familiar Willi
the facts in llm tM. The mother claims
that her child it Icing maltreated. Tho
lulls girl Is six y :nn. old, neatly aud laatn
(ully attired, eiil slioacd no signs ol ill
treatment tithe; iu sppesrance or de
meanor. maaar'aaiai WMk al Ike lllgnrs
The exercise of tun week will ta as fol
lows: Monday and Tin s lay rVhonl-wnrk
eoiiipleted,exainiiiuti"i(nticu) in aritb
luetic, rhetoric nnd Ijiiiii.
Wedtiesilay Ten ocl'sk to 3 n'rloik,
rrci'ptlnn and cxpo"iiion of pupils' work
in all deiiarUurnls. Art reu'plion, 10
o'clock a.m. to JOo'cl's k p.m.
Thuiwlsy i:ight o'clock p.m., recital,
music and elocution.
Friday Eight o'clock p.m., grsdiislee
- a - '
A Melvl's We.
TheOsyoso Huhl will, next week, fit
up a stenographer's ollne whore guest
can dictate (otter snd pus uro typewritten
copies. Mis Mcl.lro), of Oxlord, Mis.,
the stenographer ciuig' d, is an nieralor
of O. K. Anderson shorihand lyp
writer; waa euiplvi"l in the Chiilmeiw
Morgan contested election case, and siuce
It close has been la the law olllce ol
Judiro J. M. Greer.
Miss Sam ik IIoiiton has gone to Hunts
ville, Ala., for a few weeks' recreation.
Jolt WiiKK.i.KR, wife, daughter and
little child, of Alabama, are at the Gayoso.
A. Skksski, will leavo toduy on a trio for
health and to visit relative in New Virk.
Visitoiis on 'Clmngn yuMterdiiv: 11. K,
McVeigh, Oscoola, Ark'.; II. U. Murray,
St. 1-ouis, Ma
Tins marriage of Miss Floy lattham and
Mr. Lawrence Simpson will occur tonight
at tho Linden Street Christian Church.
(t. II. Ui..tssco'K, secretary snd treas
urer ol tho Prospect Park A llelt Railway
Company, left liwt evening (or lluutsvllle,
Ala. I iu i nor says that ho will not return
At FransioH Hotel: Jos. M. l'.uclmiian,
Okolous, Miss i J, F, Parbv, Coldwater,
Miss.; John S. Kohinson, lbibiiisonvillu;
Elmer Hriggs, Itirminghain; II. II. Stan
ton, Chicago; J. 11. Harbin, A. F. Miller,
At Gaston's: J. W. Uiitler, II. T. fin
nott, Nashville; Harry Stowe, Pussidlville,
Ala.; G. V, Huliduy, Cincinnati; Mrs,
liichanlson, Little K ick: John U Floyd,
J. S, Friesner, lgan, O.; Clurenco 'T.
At the Pcahodv: J, F, Lnler, St. luis;
Charles Ik (lit, VVhccliim, W. Vs.; It W.
Chace, New York; John W.Cole.Su luiis;
Jaiiii-s 1'iissell, Forrest City; lr. J. It
Sanionl, Covington, Tenn.; G. lluinsley,
At Ihillv's: J. It Mclianlel, Nashville;
Mrs. W. It. Smith, Greenville, Mihs.; It.
T. Waller, Elmont, Ark.; J. A. Hull;
H ills, Tenn.; N. W. Kitchell, (luu lia,
Ark.; It L Turner, Woods, Tenn.; J. 1'.
KoIhtIs, P. W. Coleman, Joiieslsiro, Ark.
Tuos. Mm, Holly Gmve, Ark.; John
liny, Atlanta; lr. J. Ik'ard, Nashville;
(ns'iiwood Ix'fton, Grenada; Charlist ( I,
Crin ker, Forrest, Miss.; N. M. W hitley,
Hernando; Hins Funiiie Fletcher, Mim
Francis McVeigh, A. Ik Young nnd wife,
hccoIii; Mrs.dk S, Tm-e, Verona, Miss.;
Miss llettio Smith, Okolona, Miss.; It
W'llloughhy, Paris, Tenn., aro tit the Clar
endon. When out shopping don't forget to call at
Hoyd A Mooney' lor lunch or their de
licioti Ice i-ream.
Insi sr vinir life in tho Conneclieiit Mu
tual. T. M, (isllireuth, agent, 10 Madison
III KOHP-Al lti n-..l.'n-r ( l,.-r parnniv
TiHlav. Jim- t M II lll Hi l. nlilr laurlilt-r
ol I. N. a ii J Hiaa II11I..1.I. ai-l ani".n iiiihiiIk.
Funeral UI lakr ularu I mm ml'li-nr 11 1 J. W.
Min-huit. Sr., Ilil.illlllUllAY) uiornlii at low
I.OIMIK NOTIi tS.
I JIKH.HKs I.IIINIK No. W. K el I', .1
tldX'HKHM I.iiIniK No. W. K el
X unflavvi'nr J III HPIMI al a 11111 t-lu'a aaj A
i.in. All olllivra anl tnrinU-ia am n- 47 M
iiii,h in siiimi'L l-ltli,ai knlliia rir W.-y
ballr Inrltail. t Iral 1 lnn lar In uionih, VjVlV
Hn.l linnli: ax "ii'l Ihnr.'lar In hii.inli,
H.1..11.I iiand ; Hurl llnirmlaf In ni 'iuli, Tliliil
hank. H ..r.l.T J. I-II Al.l, U C
John A. Wanes. K. It. A a
Tho Ann "I BKHMiHI). HMITII A Ol. la I Ills .1a r
illaaiilirixl liy wiilii.il ismapiit li llm ollliilrsaal is
W. A. Suillh and (I. F. Cniniiin, Mr. Wliyu ml
lonl'saiiiuiliii all llal'lllllis tint onloilliif all
ilvll il" U" tins.
W IIVTF. HHHOIin.
W. A. SMITH.
u. r. fuiipioH,
Mi tnphla, Trim., J 11 ns 4 l-l
ttrfrrrln In tin sne rard vrolslis Ihla optnr
tnnllr nl nviniiiniHt'tliif Mr. W hj to Hr llnH tu our
trl U'la ami Hi niblic s-nvrallr.
W. A. SMITH.
I. F niMTT'iS
Ml vrnia. Tria , inn 1. Isas
Tli anni.al alrcllon Icr lUMt'l I'ln-'i'.n'nf
tin lai Inra' I Iff lli.nrali'' I ctnnatir. lo arrii llta
riia.ilns tear. Sjar 1 1 lar li'-l'l al lln I uinlisli) ulll,
Nu. Maillxn alrl. M. m.lil.. Ii iih ,
On iH-ailaf Jaaa II, lajso,
iM'twcan III liuurs ol Ii m sinl if
N. liiNIAINC, I'rra'L
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