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AN INFURIATED MOB.
AT IUKA., 14183.
Enraged at Failure c i?o a Eavolt
ing Crlms, tha Mo 3 : a Two Brake-
men Aooused of Complicity In an Al
leg-ad Murder Out.
About two weeks ago the publication
was made of a tragedy ou tbe Memphis &
luarloston Railroad, between Uargcrum,
Ala., and luka, Miss.
a wnue man namoa m uitotiurst was
found cut in two, as if by a traig, and
would bave passed iuto oblivion as going
tliat way but lor the testimony of a man
Stewart is a laborer, employed in tbe
gravel pits along tbe Charleston Road,
beyond luka, and was stealing a rlilo on
tbe freight train, of which Conductor Ed
llumm had charge. Whitchurst wiia
trump, also stealing a ride, and in company
with Stewart Tbe latter, as in one Hnnun
an employe of the rosd, was tolerated by
till. Lruinmnn Knfr Whil.il. k. l I
put ou two or turee times, ouly
10 uouru it again in time to
move along. Stewart's story is that,
by some means, ho was induced
to leave the coul car on which be and
. hi to hurst were traveling, lie claims
that ue bad hardly gotten out of view
when he heard two pistol shots. It was
therefore charged by him that Conductor
llamm had shot Whitchurst, and that
tswun ISurrouglis and Alfred Casey, the
two train brakeman, had thrown the fol
low on in such a manner that the next
train would pass over and cut him In two.
AVhcn the body was dixcovered next day,
it was mutilated, and, from appearance,
by a train going in the opposite diroclion
Iroui that of Conductor llamm. Stewart
was alone in this staton.cnt, but it was
sullicicnt to cause tbo arrest ot the two
bra Icemen, and the conductor would bavo
boon similarly treatod, but for the
fact that he took a vnrntion
and wont to the southern part of Misnis
sippi on a visit to relatives. Few people,
howover, believe the storv of Stowart.
Kriday night there was' a mob at luka,
Collected to avenge another shocking
criino, tlio particulars of which aro as fol
lows: Some fcur or livo years ago a daugh
ter of ono of the most respectadand prom
ini nt citizens became deranged and was
m ut to tlio Suae Insane Asylum for treat
ment Not improving hut'erowing worse
until she became an imbecile, she was re
. tnrnod to her grief-stricken puronts, who
wished to asiutuo tlio care of their
omo beautiful and bright child in hor
sad ftllliilion. Threo davs ago this
girl gave birth to a child, a mulatto. The
crime was charged to a negro on tho place
oud he confessed, lie was arrested and
hurried oil to jail at luka, since which
time tho irate aud determined citizens of
Hurusville have beon making every effort
to got at biin. The Jail was sieged but
nu'liingasto him whs accomplished, lor
some tiino, its tlio jail was heavily gimrdd
by the Shcritf. The black brute is forty
yi'urs old and has a most horribly repul
As pcracverence w ins far more fretpipnt
Iv 1 hull it fails, so it was in this instance.
The mobahout midnight painodaduiiMion
to tho jail through force. They found
that the negro for whom they bail come
together had been secretly removed by
the Sherilt Enraged al their failure they
aeisod the two negro brakrmen accused of
complicity in tho uiurdor ol intohurst,
dragged them out to tho coiueu'ry, where
repiratious bad been insJo to hang tho
other negro. Tho two raon, feeling that
their last hour had arrived, screamed for
mercy along the entire route. The ropo
was placed sltout the neck of ono of thorn,
and Lo was strung up. While this ono
was dangling iu,tho air, his companion in
peril availed himself of an invita
tion and made what he termed a
plain and full confession. It wss
lo the elleot that they, with
Conductor llamm, bsd a row with Whito
burnt over bis traveling to Hurnsville on
their train. In tho midstof the row White
burst drew his knife and started at tlieui,
when the conductor pulled his pintol, nhot
and killed him and threw him olT tho cs
bve onto the track, so that tho next train
nii'ht run over him.' The negroes further
said that Hum ut then told them ho would
kill them if they ever informed of his act
The mob, at the sugeitiou of the leader,
' rut the banging luau down before life
was extinct, and carried both back to jail
to hold as wltnesNee against Hsiuiu.
The greatest excitement prevails, but there
is 110 probability that the mob will renort
to any further violence. While there is
omo dipo4ition at luka to rely upon the
story of the negroes, it is generally bo
beved by those outside the excited circle
that it was merely a lost ruse to save their
own necks from the mob.
Friends of Conductor ll.iiiuu art st no
loss to account for Stewart's story of the
tr.igedy. lie was one of a great gang of
IhUtcms who continually annoyed train
men, aud Mr. llamm exceedingly
vlwiiiiut in driving them oil bis trsin. lu
this he incurred the mortal euiinlv of the
gang. They further point to the fact that
there was uo coal csr on the train, despito
the statement that tho tragedy was
enacted ou ono. They also re
fer confidently to the diacrcpaury
between the extorted eon (cum on and
Stem art's story, wherein tho former say it
sxvurrud on the caboose and the latter on
acoulcsr. Hie e Horn of Mr. Minim's
Jrnnls at irvviit are mainly directed
toKurd keeping him sway from luka until
the excitement Incident to the Ivnching
Vo has subsided. After this bus oc
stirred they are anxious that bo stand
rHi anJ be acquitted, as they are certain
Ms will be.
SENATOR BAOIN'S WITK.
Vsrjr Unjust Rsflectlons Cast Upon Blra,
Which Are Denied.
Nilw Yoiik, Juno 13. l'roinpted by
statements that the wife of Senator I. M.
Sabin, of Miiinesotii, was "thrown iuto an
Inwine asylum and detained thore against
her will while a divorco was obtained and
without tho knowledge of her relatives,"
Mr. II C Tsyntor, of So. Wti Ilroa.lway,
ewtork City, lias prepared this state
mi nt: "lh forc mnrrlago Mrs. Sabin wss a
member of the family of Lr. Hub-bins, of
I'unielsonville, Conn. I sin a son-in-law
of Ir. Iluli'hint, and bavo m-ted as tho
nextfrieud of Mrs. Sabin in Ibis matter.
Reports casliug dmcredit upou Senstor
Stihiu wero so far from true that thoy were
Intolerable even to the friends of the
lady. Mrs. Sabin had herself made writ
ten application to be admitted for treat
ment to the institution at Flushing,
1. I., where she now is. Sho did so
brcaow it ss the Imt thing, and she did
it after consultation with her friends snd
took the sup frrelv and without rompuh
smnou the part of Senator Siibln. or, in
fact, of any ono. I accompanied her titers
mid placed brr iu the doctor's care, and
have sim-e freqnrntly railed nion h'T
Uisre. She has entire liberty ol action,
and she is free to come or go, to aeo her
friends and coni'uuuicato with them,
which sho continually doos. At a recent
Interview with me, she txproMed her do.
sura to rtttnaiu there as long as possible,
and afterward wrote lo ine asking mo to
use my Influence with the Senator to pro
vide lor her continued treatment ther.
This Senator Subln willingly did -whoa
asRed, regardless of the crest expense in
curred. In fact, there has been no dispo
sition on the part of Senator Sabin to with
hold anything that would conlributo to
Mrs. Sabrn's comfort or welfare. Every
thing requested or suggested by
Mrs. Sabin or myself, or any
other of her relatives or friends
lias been freoly done and satisfactory pro
vision has been made for her future sui
port by Senator Sabin. Mrs. Sabin and
her friends hsvo been fully aware of the
divorco suit from tho beginning to the
eud, and have been at all times free to op
pose the suit, if she or they had so do-
sired. Her friends and relatives acknowl-
eage mat senator fcuuin nas acted gonor-
ously by her in his rrovisions for her
present and future comfort, and thev con
sider that his conduct in the wholo mat-
tor has been all that could be expected
under tho melancholy circumstances of tho
Mobil . fbattaiaooga ?.
Special Dlipatch In Tho Appeal.
Mohilk, Ala., Juno 15. Chattanooga
and Mobile crossod bats for the third time
this afternoon at the park in tho presence
01 a luir crowd. McCollough was bnttod
hard by tho visitors, but thoir hits wero
scattered aud did not count. Jones ap
peared in the box for tho visitors, aud, al-
inough not bit hard, was touched np at
opportune times bv the homo boys.
1-owis's batting was tho only feature of the
gamo. The league moeling has done
nothing (lcllUlte Vet ndviren from C. hiirU.a.
ton being awaited. It is probable that a
now acueuuie win bo Blurted Tuesday.
o-i. i ... ... -
aims scuouuie will do completed tomor
Mi llrlilo, S b
('vniiiikIi, 1. 1 ,
I'oy. i u ...,
Kluir. a. .
iniullik. i b
einlih, r. (
I.ewia p. f
MK'ullciuijli, p .
Tola I a
Miller. a. ....
'iiliiiin. r. I
.Villa. 2 b. anil 1
Ilnialliix, o 1. u,l j I.
Murruy. ;l h
Ki.r.1.1. 1 ,
JOlK't, p M....M H
TolAlt .... .
ClialUiii(MK. OOOSOIOO '4 7
Summary Earned runs Chattanooga
.uouiio 1W0 DOSO h IS I'n hran
ienin. rirsioaaoon un s uu Join-.
3, First base on errors Mobile 5. Chu
uiiiooga i. Mruclt out Hv MeCu one i
4, by Jones 7. Stolen bases Mohilo 1,
i iiuuanoogn . un oy pitcher Daily.
llotaling, Slurry, rassed balls Touhev
leer I. lid Pitches Mi Cu oiil.Ii 1.
1 lino Ono hour and thirty minutes.
' OrU 10, kmrlta
Ciiami.ksto!I, S. C, June 13. Now Or
leans again sut down on tho Sea Gulls to
day, winning tho gamo in tho ninth In
ning. Tliore were no features except the
slugging ol tho visitors. The impression
generally t ravails hero that the 1'clicans
aro just playing with the locals, allowing
them to gut ahead only to be beaten in the
flual inning. Tho New Orleans team will
remain hero and play on Monday, but It
is generally believed that tho end ot tho
leaguo has come.
rilASi.iwTOS. a K.H e.o. a.
iu, 1. 1 .............. J o o
llnnwy.n 12 0 4
IUamiiiuoii, 2 b..,.H..H.Hw. 0 I 4
Shunt-, p I ....... 1010
II.mi- Iml.li r. 1 b .... I S IJ 0
W hnli ii. il b 0 2 S J
Hiiurki'. r. I 'i 2 0 0
HmtHb'tilmni, e . 114
Stupk'toli, ........... 1114
Totals......... . n 17
imiH a. jaajr.o. a.
rttllieinii. p. 2 10 0
IMtiiirk, I b .... 1 4 1J S
ISiwpII. ib. ......... I I a I
II. . llml. i ...,. . I00S
llu.imi. r. I ...... t S I 0
Ixmli', S b ... .... 2 0 11
1. 1. 1. ii. L I - .. OIS0
H-l p . 0 17 1
IVIiy, C 10SS
Tnl1 Id S il JO
n 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 4-10
learned runs Charleston 3,
1. Two base hits Ronurv
Whalen, McUuirk 2. Three boi bits
Huston, Onus.. Home runs I'ollieuius.
Total lsse hits I'hsrleston 17, New Or
leans 17. rirst base on bulls Chsrlontnn
II, Now Orleans 7. l-efton bases Charles
ton 11, New Orleans 7.- Struck out Ily
Rouwiey:!, by 1'ttty 7. I'ssvd balls
Itrsmlonburg 2, Spme 2. Wild pitches
Konwy 1. liiitler hit Hv I'otty 1.
Ifcmbio plsys Slaplnton, t itxiniuions.
Householder, Holland, l'owell, McUuirk.
lime ol game 1 wo hours. Umpire
The Wvpfcly AppMl'a Ulfls.
The public are renpoctfully Invited to
call Monday and Tuesday and inspect tho
gifts of Tun Wkkk ly Ai rsAL, ahldi will
Imj on exhibition at the following places.
Tho distribution w ill tako place January I,
iT.ri, when i,.s gifu, amounliug to
$1Vj.O,), will be distributed:
Arinlnm Kumltiir Co , 771 SriDl llroot.
A . IIiihmk. i! pp.inl trwl.
Aldrli-h wlm Vl. iiln u , aj K. Coorl atrFft
V. Ik lbavrr, J.t Main mL
buiiraii. J. Ill Tucker I4awnkrg Co,,2',o;;(iln
MH. h. u Ki llrywin. Xn Vxln itnvi,
J. W. !! A !., . Sn.i,li. ilinl
I' M MliU r Si i , Hi hmoiimI .irv.
Ilrlikoi.l Ar ( rt . iN-Nin.t Irr.'L
mr liiniifaiiiirln ( o.,.n nnl itrtnt
WimhU Al WinI H.li p,,nil irivt.
K r.ilif At i ii, a an I a l iiion iiroot
H V llalkr Ai i.. Vil Main iiwt
K lxarn.ipln Ai ltr . t i I ii Main ttrci-t
II. IIi'ikx -h-lavf 4 brn . J.J Main airwi.
1 hv J. i. tlriikru ( ;i m(llll .lr,.
I'ain-iil, Wllliama Aj ia . M1 ami mi MaiualrceL
lia li brr ii'U i . 4l Main ir.iH.
1 he ulriS4 ollvor Co . ami ami w.' Front ilrcft.
.-..I.-, . mi m mn'i rroui airwia.
J. N. M u l f,r.1. ?M Main tini-l
'. I.. H)r l Si fo. ?i Main ainwt
IlilllUr linn , .1,1 Vain MrvrL
K. I'. Alklua A Cn, .' i-.-r..n, alrrrt
K. limniH' AS Cn..f. (-.. ii'l tinvL
II. Illlltlh. - Mm atpi
J. II N hmlill Ai I li , :l Ualn ttrrvl.
Kiank . iiimann. 41.' MaiiiaimL
Met'umlM Hahlnara fo M Main almt.
vi Knnt.i mi- ,, ivm.r ,,,
airl up: I'urt Kaili Sllil Urj, m. lunula.
CAIUO. Ill . Jnnp t-Rlrer J pcI ? Itirhea anl
"mm cimr nun warm. Arm ml Ulf
ol aini. m Umla. '
I- -' I VI T.l K. Kf.. Jul Kk-ltrrr falllni. tb
f. Iwl I III, le-j mi Ibu Ulia, and S K.l i iHUca la
lb eonal. H rather rlouiljr.
NKW OKI.KA.NS, U, Jn. It-Wralhpf pie.,
, inr fw isriMiia, llriirr
ST. UH IS, M.k. Juop IS -Hirer fllln. with J
k-.icv. nniinrr rioar and aria.
Ix-Iripd i lir ol Vlrkabiirs, N.khp.
riNl-IMNATI. O . JlinPlV-Slvrr 9fl liw.1
anil riln. Wrailwt pb-,. lUri.i n..,
MnnbU, b. r. hebpnrk. hrw Inlmiua.
Stkixwat and llardman Msnoe.
Jusae FroncU 1'iauo A Organ Co.
DEADLY CUTTING AFFRAY,
MISS BALvINI FATALLY WOUNDED
LAST NIQHT ON BSALB BTREKT.
A Quarrel About the Pries of a Banana
Results In a Traedy-The Assassin
Makes Good Hi. Ksoaps In the Pres
ence ot Hundreds of People.
A quarrel at Koalo Street Market about
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a tioe iosc nignt resulted in a cutting
mm uk in. in an probahility, result fatally
for ono of the parties.
Miko Salvini and Jim Green," alias Jim
Bossi, both of Italian origin, aro rival fruit
veuders, and occupied stands outside
itcalo Street Murket, but wjlhin Qftoon
ieoi, or so oi its extreme western edgo.
Tliey woro eager competitors for trado,
and in their anxiety to sell sometimes un
derbid each other, as eager merchants will
do, Ist night a contention arose between
them as to tho price of a haudfull of
bananas which Salvini had sue-
ceedod in disposing of to a nni-eliinM.
who had first investigated tho stock and
prices at Rossi's stand. Salvini is sonio
what taller in stature than l niiiiu.r
aud in a rough and tumble tight would bo
certain to overmatch bim. Tbo discussion
grow hot and resulted iu vile epithets
being hurled from one stand to the othor.
Then the debate took a now phase. Sub
vini. accomnsninil hv emm.. i.n,..-
started across to lioMsi's stsud with bloo.i
in their eyes, and things looked bad for
Rossi, but just at this point help camo
from an unexpected quarter.
Ik-hind Ittimi's stand ' itooil a vmmo
man about eighteen vearn nl am r..i
Tom Kanapky. who was amiitliiir i)
former in his business, snd Who uua an.
gaged when the quarrel becau in trim-
tiling bananas with a butiher In if,. .
tnurderous-looking lustruuient with a
Diane aoout seven Inches long. When
Kanapky saw the Sulvinis ani.roach ho
quietly sllpjied tho knifo iuto Rossi's
hand. When the elder Salvini, not
dreaming of danger, uat near cm li in
strike, Rossi raised tho kuifo and the
doomed man started to (tec, but the sums-
Sin was too quick for him snd liefnm lm
could move a step four inches of cold steel
had becu buried in his back, immediately
below the shoulder-blade, penetrating tho
lung and inllirting a fatal wound. Salv
tell to tho ground all in a bean, mill I:.ihI
darted up Tl
in the direction ol
making good his
1. Iterrv. who wss nenr lha
scene, hasteneil to tho siut and emleav
ored to stanch tho bleeding, but saw that
it was a desiHirate case and nniemil ili
wounded uuin removed to his retiidciice,
No. (ill liealo strcet.ahere lilaaiml mnili..p
en imo a dead swoon when she saw tho
uieeumg man deposited upou his bed.
ine nieeiiing conlinued incestiintly and
was accompanied by hemorrliaui-s frm
me mouth, iiiilicntiiig internal iuiuries.
At about 11 o clock Dr. Ilcrrv. in rn.i
sultution with Dr.Wilhford, made another
exannnaiion ana pronounced the tmlieiit
condition as critical. He was brenthinir
through tho perforated lung as well as
through the sound one, and was sinking
iaiioi. nicrv appears io bo no chanco
a.. 1.11.. T . . . .
lor uis ncoverv.
lorn kanaiikv. who handid Rnaal lb..
murderous knile, was arrcHted as sn arren.
sviry, but stoutly protested his innocence
Stkixwat and Hardiuan I'ianos.
Jense French 1'isno & Organ Co.
The late rains have been of infinite lien-
cm lo growing crops.
The C. IL lirvan will make half lu,nr
tris to the West Side lodav, stopping at
the 1 ark going and coming.
jir. Mraug. ol J mice A Stranu la mil
looking for a host of true writers to attend
lo uis lirm s voluminous lorrvauondencn.
A called meeting (if the Kindergarten
Annocintion will lie hrl.I at No. K.i Mnnriw
street, Monday, June 17, at U.30 o'clock
Tho Irish National Leacu nlrnle fur llm
benollt of tlie llool sutrerers will take place
nu next cancsuay. June 111. l Ijiiivnl
Tho olilust Cltixen lias corns forth and
eeys that Noaconnah and adjacent creeks
are Higher ai present lliuu they have been
ior liny years.
The entertainment at None Nivht rVhm.l
for the benellt of the Jolinato an sullerMrs
lias been posliionixl until TupkIsv. Juno
it, on account oi me concert b ven at tun
There will lie sn examination nf Uael.ora
lor certi urates tn tescli la th i.ubbo
ehools of Shelby County, at the M.mnbia
Inailtule, U-gluuing Jiins24 and lasting
(irace Church Guild will oive sn enlar.
tainment al West Side Tsrk snd excursion
on the steamer C. It. Itrvan, Thursday,
June ill, from 3 to II o'clock p m. The
bunt will leave at 3 lo. A:3 1. u.:U) sn.l
o'clock shsrp. An enjoysble evening
promised all w ho may aiteud.
Tho Hoard of Manaircrs of Dm Vnnm,
Woman's Hoarding Home, slileivo a re
ception and imiftiralo iuiwlay, June IH,
Iruin 4 to II 0 clock p.m.. at the Home.
No. G" I'nion strm L ' Tho cnterisinmrnt
promises to bo a sum ss, as some of Mem
phis's sweetest volrs hsveodercd to lend
their services for the evening. Itefresh
men's will bo served. AdiuiMnm. Mcenu.
On Thursday evenlna. Juno lb,. U.
lies of the First Methodist ('hnreh ill
giro a lawn party at tho beautiful Wilker-
son place, I'oplar Iloulevsrd. st tho lnt
turulshlo. The occasion will be uuuauallv
attractive. A (ireenassv Cafo miIIImb
Uovel fealum, where a number of lh tnot
Slid besutilul yoiiuiiladi.. attiritd
ii Kslo (irernswsy roKtumes. will rv
n freshments, while the Italian 1'arlor Or
rliintra will dincoum tho swectml music.
iU'lreshinents i cents.
William Hanson, a dim'tiargsd switch-
man, was srn-atud yesterday at l'a. uenli
charged with having stolen twenty blank
iisws from the Memphis A bit lie lUnk.
Inilrnsd oilier) whilo in the emiilnrment
of that company. Chief lhivis ill send
an ollleer alter him today. Tho theft oc
curred Thuradiiy, but was kept quiet in
order to unike sure of the thiet s srreat
before warning him that his crime was
known. One of the parses hsd been filled
out and sold.
Ik llpleaa InmbrSmiir,
S-p-lat I'lipal, h lo Tba A,aMI.
IIki.kia, Ark., Juno 15. MaJ. Falwarda,
vice-presideut and general nisnsger; K.
W. Hawe, general pa-aa nger and frright
agent, and Mr. Holmes Cummins, attor
ney for the Ixmiavillo, New Oilcans
Texas Railroad system, si rived in the city
this morning over the MiHuiHslppI Valley
route, to confer ilh the citisens of Hel
ena ou the triiiifder mutter. Tho viailors
went over the right of wsy gnmted the
company by tho t.ity t oiincll, and ex-
pri wU llioinsuivea ss highly pleswvl sitli
the arragciuenla that hsvo been made.
The visitors wore taken to the 1'aciflc Ho
tel, shore thsy spent some time in getting
Hcqusiutcd with the prominent citiins
snd biiainens men of tbo city. Orders
have been given lo pull down houj and
oilics structure on the right of wsy.
Stxinwav snd llardman I'lunos.
Jens I re nc h l'isno A Organ Co.
BALDWIN, KNOWLTON & LAKE
0. K. IIvrnk left vesterdav on a com-
mercial interest through the Northwost.
(it's A. HiRsrii was made hnnnv on bis
arrival home of a bouncing ton nound
Mas. FlorkXcr Hi imikks has returned
from a two months' visit to Nashville and
Ibu W. Ik Rook us leaves forFurono vis
Newport about June 'JO. to be cone for two
sun a mill or inroo months.
Mil IlrN Ili'Rr.iiAM ami .if.. H1 l..nv.
Auesdiiy ujoruing for New York, from
winch city they sail lor l.urono hv sleaiuur
City ol tsow otk.
Mus. K. l. r.iiAi ky snd Mra. D.
(Jordoii, mother and niecoof Mrs. R 11.
Falconor, loft for their homo, Terry. Miss..
Saturday, tbo loth.
J. ScARimouou, an attache of tho Mom-
phis A Charleston li.iilroad general of-
(ices, has cons to Kl.iri.lu f,.r . .h,.n -,...on
of rest and recreation.
D. Walk, with a minilier of hi Mem.
phis friends, coutetuplates a summer tour
in tho far West He will lcavo for tho
racilic Coast In a few days.
Roiikiit I', and Kdwln If. Nail, anna nf
I'r. If. K Nail, who liave been attending
the Southwestern IVabyterian I'niversity
at Clarknville. are home for tho vacation.
Mrs, M. II. Skvikii, Miss Scvlor, Mrs.
A. 1- Wiggins and daughter leave tomor
row for Knoxville, to bo preseiit at the re
iutcriuuntot (iov. Sevier ou the I'.Hb iust,
C.mt C J. IIank accompanied by
his daughter, Mips Avltuer, left hint even
ing, via tho Louisville V Nashville Rail
road, (or an extended tiip in tho North
MitOV. F. Mi?ARiy, of Ijiniar. Mi-.,
after a very pleasant week sMnt w ith her
sister, Mrs. Ueorge II. Monsiurat, returned
to her homo yesterday over the ltirniing
Am mm a of congenial ritinens, among
them the families of Mr. I'. Mclnlyre and
Judgo llammond, will leave Tuesday af
ternoon for I'ort Colborne, Wis., to send
A Yocsiilady of this city who has grown
weary of American scenery hut Is fond of
great "Sights" will, ills rumored, go soon
to Canada to admire the beauties of nature
snd lie lost, in name, lo tlio world forever.
At tho Fransioll Hotel: F. R. Kerr,
Jonestown, Mi.; J. L Jackson, Jones
towu, Miss.; R, 1(. I'lirnell, Joneatown,
Mihs.jO. M. I Williamson, Hohlnnon
ville, Miss.; J. II. Itcs.-loy, Collicrvlll.
At the lVa1io.lv: Thomas Armstrong,
imaiur, .aha.: t . n. river, l.illlo lUxk
W. 1', WildlM-rg-r and wife, (irenadn,
Mim.;John R. Mnllh, Kvanaville; J. W
Rrown, Itmwimvllle; Mrs.trseg, Roauoke,
VS.; u. I. Iticlianln, ew lork.
Miis, M. ( . Mr Naiui and Miaaes Kvs
Kennedy and Maitio Ihiulsii will leavo In
a lew days for Now lurk, from which
point they sail (or Furoe on the 'Jvih
inalant. They will visit tho I'aris Kxixmi
Hon. ami ajH'iid the summer traveling In
r.iigianu, i ranee and iiermany.
At the Osyomr 11 C. Johnson, I-xing
Ion, Ky.; Ixmla II. laiwenatein, New Or
leans; James M, ( rut, 1 ronton: J. A.
(iiIimiii, WipI I'm n I; I. (iriiham, Neabett;
r. ( . Oooilwin, J. U llrsahtr, liuisville;
W, K. Adams, W. F. iASonant, New York;
II. P. llowkcr, Chicago; A. II. Oratt, Now
At PulTys: Riee Tliomsn, Carbon
Hill, A Is.; T. T. Trice, Si.ringlleld. M.i.;
vv. J. .iHMiy, rnrreal ily. Ark M.
Neelv, Obion, Tenn.; W, A. Wiikhfle,
I'lidm-nli; Z. I. Nabers, llirmingliam;
W. M. HoiihIoo, WihhI ville. Tenn.: II.
Armstrong, Helena; J. W. Ghllin, Nash-
W. S. MruA. Msvfleld. Kv : T. J
lAiiidrum. Fulton. Kv.: H. S. Fowlke
. . ... . . ... . -. .
liainer, tenn ; .tins. rnm (isrilnrr. l'a I il
ea h, Ky.j Mrs. W. A. drccn and children,
and Mrs. M. J. McMullin. Tamoo. Flo.:
Mia Cummlngs, Atoka. Tenn.: J. (i.
Shelby, Now Orleans, 1 J., are at the Clar
F. II. Mono AM. I'Mtnlailil roiins drin
slat of llll.lon, 1-jiat Telill., and M las Julia
llroci-y, of Terry. Miss., were quietly mar-
rieu si I lis r.-M.leneo ol Air. K IL nl.
l ltli Inst., at H.:K)o rlH k s in., snd left on
the lOo'chxk am. train for loidou, where
mey win make their Inline homo.
At tiaston'e: S. Wilkina, J. F, Frltwm.
neiens; r. ii. r.ruee. I. u l.ucss, K II
McCulloh. I. W. I'stkpr. Conwsv. Ark
J. K. Whsley, T. A. Monroe. Miurnolm
Ark.; 1. K lxing, Mount Vernon. Tex :
. Iawls. Mr Kinney. Tex.: J. A. Ho wen
and wile, treenville, Mias , Mia J, e.
ter, Rsti-nville. Mi.: II. II. Martin, fan
enn.: John Sumner. San Sabs. Tex.: II.
Hubbard, lroiiton, .
X1UHT CA8KMI FIGHT OAHKHI
ConUlnlnv Over oo.OOO, 60,000 Im
Ifuysbeen received by us direct from
Hsvsns, through the Meiniitus Custom
House, durinir the tal imk: sinomr
which srs IliliJincia. Henry Clava.
Klor de Samelaon and insnv other e.iimllv
lino and stsndsrd bum l. We are Ilia
only lirm in Memphis who rerrive fro-
(iienl ahipiuelita d iinairted cigars snd
our pstrnns are th. rrluiu euublad lo uut
ouly frt ib cigars from u.
1. .'viii.aoy A In,
Tlie Dlroct Imivitii rs of Memphis.
I S.-Weaell Im-. ball ti, ki ts.
MIm hrlaarMKM'a Rrmalai al llnpnp,
Nr.w Ohi.kams, June IV-The I'im-
pntti J lea il regard (Mips.) speeial says:
The reinslns of Mi l iars A. Cbriaanisn.
ot this county, who left here threat weeks
ago as miaaioiinrv in I'.iiuiliaii lielibt, but
lost herlifo In tbe CMieiiiau'li flood. Were
rcielvod here this -cw'timg slid eoiiveyed
o Hie rosidnnro of tin' lion. J II. Iboiiip-
sm ly sorrowinit IteieK Ilia rvimiins
will be laid to reat hi l lit- family croon. la.
twelve mile from Una place, tonrow,
alongsids Ihoaxi of brr (nllier.
' I H a Sut Ihrtlrlar.
Waiiinqtom. June IV-The llsylian
Legs lion here hss received the following
cable from the Srcret.oy of War, al I'orl-au-i'rince:
tw.K .. I'.iw, a JllM IA I U.
TO Itaytlan Cuuaul, N ..ik
riiuaiion good. Iyrla ol rdlt
(HlpiKjIyte') suit es false. I'erfect Usn-
ouiiiiy relgju in W.i an I South, all our
mes eiuiKautly guaid I
JUNE 10; 188D.
''"'Ann, III., June 11, isstf.
I'. . W'alitnKoii, MomptiU, Teuu :
1 My Hear Sir-1 have Just received your
leuer ami a copy ol A he Memi iiis Appki.
roiiiaining an editorial entitled "Tho
' Negro Again." I am grateful to you (or
uoui lators. i must confess my Inexprons
( luio surprise at roatluig.mntinients so just
mm equiiuuie toward tho negro, written
uy a southern man In a loiiucratic pa
, per. Puroiy tno "era of good feeling" is
1 1,19 address of Mr. Johnston indicates
" genuine spirit ot fhrim ianilv in ibn
i siK-aaer. now tho causo of the "Meek
'z0')' 0,10 ' wouM prosper If all
"r,M"ina would follow the advice of Mr.
Joll,'l,)n. Sentimenu like those of tho
gentleman aliove named will inspire tho
I t .r.b , ' i" i evt'r:
1 . '. 1" k. ' 0H ,or '"" klma. I am
. '""""y yurs,
l K IUhniltt.
I.UI of I nilrlltvreit TrlrsmiM
V 1). fap-ler, Jr..
K c. lux hanaii A Co,
J li it..,..i..n v
J. W. X Hmwni,
Mr.. K. MillmnL
liinnif M Kmn,
W. II. Ni Immi,
A. r. M r,
J. S. IWVHIll,
Hrvlll llroa A Co,
II M. Ilarrluiti. i,
1' A. Iiarili. .
.1 II I ml. II...
I iihIh-.- II A- Co., S,
V. W. lnliroVCa,
w r. Miiu,
I 'il II Hira Al Co..
W J. I hiw Ai Cn;
11. V. Kamlwui,
1 II R Marllu,
John MH any.
1 l in I'l Tknn,
Jua. S. II I n.,
It K. I'alti'rxin A Co.,
Jobn I'. l.4MKia,
Mauliallan par, llauk,
I'. U Hw,
. Ii As Co.,
W. A. I.irrinaii.
I'. M. lnlrv ,v I n.,
Col 11. r. INint y.
J. K. imutlrr,
C. T. HiImiii,
C. II AIItIkIiI,
K. W. MiVl,.,
I") etc. K t o.
Iciniam t Statk
day, June l.H.
Iaittskv draws Tues-
Strikwav snd llsrdinun I'ianoa.
Jeawi French l'iuno A tirgan Co.
ill INN aiMrl mornlna Jun l w, al s
irrlm-k. Iu Hip jotli (rir ol In. ai, Tiion J
aim nl Thoinaa II. ami X.uali k. uuluii
ll.illlr Idak (Ark.) i-ra pli-aM ixi.y.
l iim ril lll Ukp i.lai-a Iroin Hip rp.l.li-iirp. rnr
Drr Nal.lran ami Un avcnmi, ibla (nI Mi.tV)
luoriiliut al i uo'ilirt,
Kla , Saiurlar.
ni.p n. , ni cj oi-l.-k
n.m.. I. n r. atrial ji;
yean. ilaiii(liii-r ol Hip Uip W. c. an. J Au Ke
mil. lArk 1 i-n .lnu m.r.
i.niMiK motic r.
lllli'KAAW I.01UIK Nik Yl. kTik!
Tlie iirtli-pp and ntPitiU'ra arr rp
iiir.p.l in iii.-l al 11m ol a.llp Hall. e.irn. i
Pnnii'l and Ailama. al I i l.a k n m .h.n,
lit inkp mtl In lha infiii.iilal K-n lmaanil
ami ali Diniraliiin ir.
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sm t.i. Wiimimn, K. nl II. A B.
Kill. INK I nlM.K Nn. K. U i
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iii. ..il lo iim-pI al Ihn N.inh i.-ip ol Mm
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I'AYl allrriiiNin. Jimp M. I vi. in alat In
Mpinnrial Pa-n lei-a ami DeiMiralliHl. Ilrn.a
aa maiiT llnnaiaaa jiuit tan.
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fuNUmN Wimiii .iim,h So. mi, K.
l nl I'. 1 Iip i.Sli-rra anil niiilr an
unifiiilir r.ini.'-n' I to aa-,.inliip all aiu
n.ll. Jin Nam -irpil. Una ipI NUAiiali
prntain al I o rlia k Inr Hip ImriNiM- nf iwip
ll llli( In lh liixiiralitiu nr Mvmnllal
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Kinl.lp al iliiir Arinnrr Una iINHA
alli'ilimni al I mli. k l i lull linll.iii
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Ilia It Invlltsl.
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mi nam nn-n una ihi ,mati aflPinn.ii,
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IRISH NATIONAL LEAGUE
Estiral Park, Wedoesday, lm 19.
Tlw rirol-ii Isffglvco if th lrs, Nit1(l iB
llaiMlIt .. Ilia rioatl ftnft-prara
111 lakP iUraal r.ilr.l l-arh. VanlnrHUr.
Open Air Concert,
SI SUA V AI"rHIOt)S. 0o.
Miiii'lnir Mlil. Jim IT. itrnii.
TIpIipI nm.p, a ftlnl SiraM
PHCENIX WIRE WORKS. "
iat rain aaaj or
Screen Wirj Doors "3 Windows
"Ijiimalpa rurnl.kM and ftral'ilaaa Wnfk al
tlraxMialila I'lliaa (luaratipl
835 FRONT BT. Tal.phono 1.311
ORGILL BROS. SCO;
313 AND 312 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
Avery Cotton Scrapers, Mitchell Cotton Scrapes
Randolph Cultivators, Side and V Harrows,
HANDLED AND EYE HOES
McCormick Mowers, -THOMAS
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE.
DESJARDINS, MILLER & HAWKINS
S94 & 308 MAIN STREET, - - MEMPHIS. TENN.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Chieftain Hay Rake, Banner Planter. Campbell Corn Drill,
Door and Window Screens, Galvanized Poaltrv Nettina
"Win. Io Cream
II. T. I.KMMOS,
Lemraon Gale Company
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOM
.0 and 328 Main Ptroot, Momphla, Tonn.
W. I MILLER.
L. IU I
inero Will Uo a Flrht. and
Succ.aao,. to WKNI K
387 and COO Main Stroot.
.r.r.w a i a d a m x n a n nnm
vzr - - : r
a, . . . i ,r
PM!ijATTcfi50N aco.l!" i
A.nthrncitfl. Cokm Wnoi
JfK W. WYNNE.
Utoof W ynne, x nt, la A k, rurnalClly,
Wynne, Love Sc Co.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchant,
03 FI70NT ST.. .... MEMPHIS. TENN.
OfMlKWH AM) ftlSHIII.NMKVTH HIIMnTKl).
DERBY POOL ROOM
CENTBB A TrTFTy,
IN REAR OF THE PEADODY HOTEL.
TRACK ODDS ON
WlrnflAti iroMns WM'i AH aoa Trnk
DEAN-LILLY COFFEE AND SPICE CO.
IIAVINO RECENTLY I'fltCII AHIU Till'. FOflt HTOItY llflLDINO.
mo.x22G-22& lmOTSTT STREET
kuun aa Ilia "ijoYEB IILOt'K." srs bars
,rotl is huipry, anU havlnc aulargpit
orJrra sHh .romp'naaa snd dla,trh.
IliS librral talmnaaa balas4
reotlnuanrsot (hs aams,
" - - -' - i
Frooanra. TTanriln.l nH u rr
w. r. MtLt.En,
Our Slock is
Our f3mnll Profile Will Win."
PAH R KN T,
JOHN E. RANDLE& CO
Architectural Iron Work,
MM aud IHIAfSVAMTINliHrorro MttyMi,
1'LLI.LVH, hllAHlMJ, Km.
TLAS ENGINES AND BOILERS.
ELLITBORPE MR BRAKE CQMPAXI'S ELEVATORS.
KJKAM I llMl'H, MAllflSERVM'rri.l Kla
General Repair WorU)one Promptly.
SHOTS. OFr-ICK AND WAREHOU8K,
SECOND STilEET, FROM MARKET TO VIKHESTEi?
HILL : GOAL
'lrlHll' aaaiaa. I a'... :ML
r . : 1 r.
2U SFCONT) STREET.
WILLIAM E. 1.0VE,
Ijila i( fJuodUar, Lyvs A C
ALL TURF EVENTS
fUWrf no B'ir r'nblUhropnt Uh Saw snJ lu
(riliiira wv ar imw srapartJ to fill vur
Thaiiklxg till cur old eiumiuirs lot
nn us In thr J'a-l, sn.l aolicllliif a
srs ratnaln. rraroifull,
and si'ick compan.v
p,. ?' v" i. k. wiJ