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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: TI I Ul IS DAY, JUNE 20; 1889.
BAD FOR THE TALENT.
TH3 PLTJNQCRa DUMPED DEEP IN
THR BOCP YB8TKKDAY. ,
Graraercy and Longstroit Fall to Con
nect With the Pool-box as Per echod
ula Oood Card at Sbsepbead Today
1 be Qreat Kingston to Start,
ikki'iiiikad Hay, X. X, Juno 10. Tho
ttcinliince tixlay was not more tliunnlitlio
of wlint it wan yeatcnlny, but that wit to
be t'Xn'ctuil. Tho wnuthur wat all that
coiihl hu mkod for, and thu track as so
dry thut it had to bo sprinkled on tho
)iinrlur strotch beforo tho sjiort bcfim to
prevent tho dust oWurint tho view. Tho
iiotul ile feature of today's Moitij wan tho
CHt'iblislimttut of u now live ami a half f ur
lonii record by Hanover. Ho wjjs not
pressed at nny stHtfo of the raeo itftur tak
ing thu lead, and there is little doubt that
he I'ould liavjclimied oil another second
from tliu record hail lie teen pushed.
l int Itnco l'ivo and a half furlong.
Starter Hanover, Cyelops, I'ritiinnic,
Cold Stream, Tim Forum, Jay Flio,
lleek, TipstatT, tVrviu. Hanover won,
Tipatuft' second, J "F He third. Time
Second Raoo Five nnd a half fiirlonH.
Starters: lirninercy, lienollt, ltaluliiu,
Hill 1 etcher, llurlini'ton, iluipitello (coll),
Fnvorito, Vovay, Frailty, Million. Itur
liniflon won, ruvnrito second, lienetit
third. Time 1:1H I1-5.
Third Kiieo Milo and ono-clghth.
ftii'ti-m: LonuH'.rwt, Fresno, KliiKiranl,
My Fellow. My Fellow won; IOtitreul
atHtind, Fresno third. Time 1:00.
Fourth Kare -Uim niile. htartcrs:
Ihirch, Carnesie, Frolic, Itrait, Ixing
Knight, lionoilirtine, Sam Wood, Hyntax,
Ten Itroeck, liniiiirc, Ovid, l.ittrell, liieei)
of Vlizabeth, Maia, Iceberg. Carnegie
son; ltemxlictine second, O.ueen of Kli.
both third. 'Time 1: 4:1.
Fifih Iture Mile nnd an eighth. Htart
era: Turam, Tri:'.n, Frank Ward, Kern.
Tnrainu won, Triatnn second, Frank
Ward third. Tinio 1:57 1-5.
Mxth Kace Milo mid an eighth. PUrt-
i.ra' It. u.f.aiv.i.1 aif.rltlin I1".!,. Alli.i
Subaltern, ynwood, Anomaly, lien
!' Amiic, Newhiiri;, liipton, Vivid, Fonitie.
Wyuwood won in 1! minute, ltoi-oiccio
second, lien IVArme third.
Fntries for Thursday:
Flrl Hue RVtruvlKblti ol mite. IivIhtj 111.
ltiiivl.,iil, hollan, llmii, u,IT ( iucliF, Tim ;i(iu.
wit: Neva Imi, l'u.il hit, 1 bo l.luti, VaitKiirtM.
Ktive. i'iu-h 111; laihcintnii !., IX-lvutv lJu, lilue
ItiM-k Mi, rlimuMKiie I luirlli I'JI.
pwiuhI llaru I lint- .iiiarti'r u( di lie. Ilcntlfy,
Fully, I ncirU4, I'lliic lliiul, wii I""; Mmi
iuii. I.Ui klmrii, tuy'ica. Iiuuuv, Kimi'laml,
rmii II": I'udUlia 10.1, Sl.ullnlit 1U liuUMi nuii
1 IntJ lUeo Ullo and au plRlith liltijr I4uivu,
Bite. (n-ihiiiu. Aurli,iim. vm h 11:1.
Iniirtli llaiv Milr ami an r.hlh. IWIallllft,
llorvu IIJ, IK-fi'DM m, Itro'lHT tuu Ihn Jot Ijtv
i;, l-unll lira, Line 1CU, bulu lW, Olurjr 1W, klun
HKh lu-lll-mi.l tlnv.MMchiln II IK
IUrri-1. r llo, W lui, luwrwkk litl, Ukijii HO.
. On y I'nwn
Mili lUi-'-Onn milo an.1 bull on turf, lb
nun4 l.'l. Hill Iw.ii I l.'l, Jnkc Hilr I.m. Ann
11.- iif.nr ml K'rvp In fuurib diiiiliiinl. hrnuu,
toll), llunHiilanil iinahrr ti.ui UnuliUuL
KnMlK al kUHi i lly.
Ksnn CiTt.'.Mo., June l'.i. Ieiby
Iay brought k bn crowd at the ract-s to
day. The weather w jh warm and clear
and tho trai k Kod, but. a'.ill a little hIow.
Jlulkey'a Le l'reiuier, the favutito, rap
tured the Derby with raws.
Firnt Itaco Three-quarteni of ft mile.
I.iuiu M. 104, Klkie, first; Madohn 1(K,
VI, second; lioliKhtly 101, Overton,
third. Time 1:17). Thankful HI, Virile
iHi, Van K 100, S-k-ct Kuiu'ht 10.', Volti
truer and lKrhy 111, ran unpiaivd.
Snwnd Hare Kivo furlongs for two-yrar-olila.
JUuu Vml 15, Went, Ural; l.ul j
It 11, I'oloman, M-eond; Ji Armttnitii; !' I,
Nichols, llnr.L Time 1:011. Mim Mary,
tAi, ran unplncnl.
TbiriLIUee Tliirtrrn-Rixteontln; r all
age, llriili'lulil l.H.', Itriv. II rut; Chiirrh
ill Chirk lol. Went, w-coud; M. 1'ilot lir.i,
Tliiniion, Vird. Tluio 1;--J. M 4 line
11 1 1 HI, ran oiil.i ed.
Fourth lUeu Kania City Icrby. milo
and oiie-futirtli. Ie 1'reuiier 112, Likiv,
Won; liladxloua 117, Fn-emari, viiii.l;
J T 117, Ynunif, third. Ttiuo-2 11. Al-U-rt
St nil 117, Anelua 117, ran unpliui-l.
Fifth lUee Nven furloinw. Fn-deriea
10", Overton, won; Annie II I'm, Chitiub
ley, (M'Colid; T. J. ltilk t'l, Mehiila, llnrd.
Time 1:321. LilUu Mauiio 100, Voice KiJ,
Thii entries and wcIkIiU fur tomorrow's
events are a follow:
Flrl lUrr TtiTiirle nt a mil. Mitl1ir
ST. I ai Ihikw7. lliiuau VI. livtnit I'". i.iiliuliili
I".'. I.lul, II ll Aia ll'ir Ikli', IU11 lu,,
lUinlK Hill, ll li.l.- III.
iHti.lMl lUrr I lri lurliin: fur Iwrt 1rf-,il-l.
Jim H"l"n MM. Irtli I 'I. Ijii.llnl lin, Mjji.i
iit.n 4usr ley 11k.
Tlunl It-- IU11I1. p iiiirr'ikrt fnr 10 )rr
Ol l Jlin lli lut Ainu. I In. I. II llu.
ninh Kai illont' iwi. Ii ail am, artrn
fiiiiniin, T. J. Ituak "-s iaHinlin l, M. AP-u.
v.. Mia MeAllUUr '. iK.ulilu klu Vi, limle
Utih IUr-lll ami arirnir yr) lufall rnf-i
lliv bik lii klilrj In falla M.i)u Hi Iciuau l.'l.
The mf mt Pt UaK
Sr. Iilia, Mo., Juno ll. This .n the
lutt day of the rare. Tho weather wa
iH-rf-vt, tho tiack aluw, but firm and af,.;
the attendaiiro piod ami the raring ( lir.
Firat lUct-Six furlonns twllinx- Kid
Pap S1,"fclovrnMin, 2) to I, tlral; IMj Hrow n
' Jujj ifil, Ieikor, 7 to 10, secoml; Ji u Nave
r Iirnwi, & to I, third, lxla 11, lirown,
20 to I, was thu other starter. Kiduip
Cot oir In fionl and ai never headed,
winning Ittadrivo by a Ucik. Timo
Second lUre Sellinir, five fiirl'inip; for
tYo-year-olda, MillioVilliain l(ll,l.irui ,
even money, firnt; Indiau I'rince 101,
h'tuval, 3 to l.si-eon l; Unlit tr.t, Stevenun,
3 to I. third. Ihft othors nniahed: F.ypt
10 West, Oto 1; Wct Anna (X), IVcker,
8 to 1; Htialp 00, , 10 lo 1. Unlit
iimlo the running lo the alrel li, w hero
Indian Trim-en and William rame
throiih, mid, in a ilrivn, tho latter on by
IimII a length, two lenirth belwuu con 1
ml third. Tituo l:iMi.
Third lUro Seven furlon-a, selling.
Cora Hiahrr 05, Stevrnn, 1 lo 3, won;
Foatend 102, Stoval, 1 to I, ae.-oiid; Al
pliotine 104, Wellineton, 3 to 1, third.
Thew were the only atattera. llio rare
reulled In I grand finish. Alphnnno made
the running lo the bead f the r.rpirh,
w hero the pair rloM'd 011 hi 111, and in a
gnind tlnixh IVira Fiahor won br neck
oil 1 enteral, who Ix at Alpbou by a abort
Fourth lUco On" Juiile. Queen of
Truinpe 113, Iktrurw, 1 to 3, tint, Juna M
M7, Ward, 0 to 1, second; St. Legcr 110,
Johnann, 4 to I, third. Theae wore tho
f only startera, St l-ger biado the run-
ning until k furlong from homo where
Jlaruea sent the favorite to the front
and won by a half length, a length be
tween M-ronl and third. Time 1:47).
I iftlt IUee Mile and seventy yards; for
all ai.. Fnlurkr tai, ltrown, 3 to 2, won;
Fnvetto 105, Johnson, even money, Mr
ond; Inaolenee 102. Stevenson, 4 to 1,
tliinl. Itieso were the only starter. Un
lucky led from start to Qniab, winning by
half a length from Fayette, who best In
soloiiee a neck. Time 151,
Ike Aaroi Hmk Baeee.
Itxpnx, June 111. At Ascot Heath to
day the rare for the Ascot iH'rby stakes of
10 MVcrclKus Mtb, with COO ovcrtlgiii
added, for three-ve ir old, ono mile and A
half, w.w won by Mr. Laopold do Hotha
child's black colt Morlav, bv Sir llovya,
outof-l'iiik. Mr. J. liret'ton's black colt
Miguel, bv Kornuudez. out of Cream
Cheese, wan second, and Mr. J. H. II juIiU-
wortli a bay colt hvergreen, by Sprtngliold,
out of Ivy, third.
The race for the Forn Hill stake, of 20
sovereigns each, with 300 added, live fur
longs, was won by lien, llyrue's three
year-old chestnut colt Amphiou, by Spec
ulna or lto.teberry, out of Suicide: Lord 15.
Churchill's two year-old bay eolt L'Abbo
Modin. bv TratuiiHt. out ol Fenive. was
aeeotid, and Mr. J. Hammond' throe-
year-old cheilntit llily I'alouiH. bv Silves
ter, out ol Taluiist, third. There were
1 he raeo for the Koynl Hunt Cup,
pitw of plaio valued nt 500 sovereigns.
lidded to a handicap Sweepstakes oi 20
sovereign each, ono mile, wa won by
.Mr. U. lleuly'sfour )X':ir-o!d chestnut colt
White Legs, by Albert Victor, out of Flora
Mclvor; Mr. W. J. Leah's tive-yoar-old
bay horso Veraeitv, by Wisdom, out of
Vaninh wita second, nn.l Lord Churchill's
three-year-old Hack tiily L'Abbesse Do
Jouarre, by Truppist, oul'of Festive, third.
There were fifteen starters.
I'ritbabla M Initera Today.
AT SIIKGfslIKAO DAY.
Ural Pm-c liaininKiio I hanoy, KiD;toa.
Siriili.l Kv-r.li.lm. hUrllnlit
Thlnl Khiv Auiiiiiiiiu, ivMiurllH.
K1111r.l1 Kniv-IVil 1 II. KI1111 1 raU.
llnli lU.v-ll irrl.u-r, Wiiry.
SutU Kniv-HU! U,,uil. Hnanz.
AT KANNAS CITY.
Klrt tt iro-l.lrlp H., MIm rlnv.
heennil Kimv t(iiisr Toy, Uulilver.
1'lilnl Maiv Ar.iilel. I.. II.
Fourth l(a-o-llriil'llKlit. T, J, Kusk.
rntU lluiv 1'Ue KIm, fcntry.
The Amrrlraa) Iterbjr.
Chicago Corroininli'iicc Spirit ol tho Timet.
We are 011 tho eve of what apoears to be
ut this meeting the greatest race that was
ever run ou this continent. Oreat, be
cause it will very likely have more starters
than any Iorby ever had, nnd because
some of tho hornes CDgaged are tho greatest
by the records SjHjkano, Proctor Knott,
Sorrento and Hon Jose, by their perform
anre, while souio, I might write moat, of
tho others have warrantud their owners in
sending thcui to the post. If. any reader
believes it cincb for any one of the con
testants be should disabuse hi mind, for
it does not nppoAr like au air-tight by uuy
uiauuvr of means to a mau tip a tree un
biased lu his opinion. Tho public pulse is
as good a barometer as ony one needs, ami
within tho past twenty-four hours I have
talked with three Ikat-class judges who In
tend backing three sepurute horses. They
are men, too, upon whom 110 iullueuco cau
be brought to liear that wilt turn 'thorn
aside from their opinion. Just so sure as
the three horses alluded to heroin start,
juiit so sure will thetlneo carry tho money.
Several that thu public have seemingly
ovei looked are not hoateu yet. They will
be in tho hunt unless all sigus fail. It
looks like an luiossihillty thnt one, two,
or even throe liorr ran string out the
lield. It will bo a race never to bo forgot
ten, with a aut nriso in sloro for tho on
lookers. That It will be a fight of the
liereettt, n battle of thu hottest, cocs with
out saying. It will bo worth nt lent four
titles an much to tho winner as the Ken
tucky Perhv, and 110 owner w ho thiiikt
be has any show at all will fail to go to the
post. The money i large enough to oiako
a grand struggle lor, mid that is just why
the rate will border on a surprise.
Saturday evening at the I'uluier lloeso
I had quite a chat with Nosh Arinstioug.
He met mo cordially, and courteously gave
me all the information 1 desired lu regard
to SHkane. The colt is all right If he
i wrong at this willing he was always
wrong; that much can beset right doan.
How die rumor (tallied currency that ho
ever went ainin I know not; any way, it
i immaterial now. The roll will bo seen
nt tho iot, au 1 seen here in g'x 1 trim,
iinli-s he should jo ami in the mean
time. All the rumor on earth will not
bn him if hu I a ho it today. Tom Kiley,
tliu Jockey alio rode hitu lo victory lu
both race at luiville, wili have' the
noun! ou him here. More than once
since I have had a talk with Kiley. Ho
think the roll tar and away the lx-t tln.t
ever atood on iron. Said ho, "When 1
called ou him he seemed just a if he wa
going right out from under me." That
lelltas much as a hook .of a hundred
p.irfc. "Ooci he think be ran win'.'" you
atk. "Weil, I should say he did; he pro
I ma to show the cntiie troujw thu way
to the wire." That will uot make him
win. certainly, (ur alxmt every last on of
the real fi-cla the same way. However, it
aiiow tho faith that it lu him, and it la
greatly to bis credit
A uot her roll that it will do well enough
to keep au eye on is I Hue K''k. Ho lis
shown that he Is made of previous metal.
Ho will be beaten when another llmahc
ahead of him, not an instant before.
1 riKtio, too, may make ipme an argument,
ilh I 1'rvuni r, Ixmg Side and Oueo
Again to be thought ol before a man lav
duan much money. No, indeed, it is no
sure thing fur anybody, and it ought to I mi
a betting lace fioiu the cellar tothe raltern.
That is the way they bot in Texas, and
that method will be good enough to trans
fer here. Kro:n Mr. llrewatur I .have just
received the name ol the probable aurl
era. The lii Is in every way as reliable a
It ran be made at this hour: Urow n 1'iin
rvM, Kaasou, l'innertilte. Metal, Out
Ixnind, Chandler, Muu lux k, idette,
i'renio, Uctrieve, Sokane, Hood Tldo,
Ixing Side, Nirretito, Sorlsiiian, Ixi I'ro
liner, lxnig Hamv, Kenton, Oladstono,
Come-to-law, I'ructor Knott, lon Jose
and Once Again.
Twenty-three In all with the rhnnce of
it being the hottest race ever seen on
tiauk. If we take it for granted that ono
third of the number draw out, and that it
a liberal eitiinato, thnt leave 111 teen or
sixteen lo niako the fight. All along the
claim bat been made by many borx ni 'u
that twelve to illtuen would atart It now
aeeuia cortnin that there will be more
rather than le.
It is not my proving to undorlako
to tip oir the rare, for my opinion is not
ono whit belter than my i.ilglilor, if he i
a homemnn, In fact it may be tenfold
wore. Mill I have my opinion. I should
buy SKkone in the auction to begin with,
and 1 might back Knott, Sorruiito or III ua
Hock in the books. Tho horse that looked
the moat at hluiwlf would catch my monoy
in Hie IxKik. Thero la ono awful danger
ous chap, an outa'der that I certainly
would have sn eye ou, but as 1 am likely
lo get langlird at for lay puns, 1 will not
Kuk of bun. Ho look good t mo, and
they do ay smait man krrps a good
thing to himself.
The biggent crowd that ever atl?ndod
Derby day will tindoubt dly now the
pies this year. For week nothing else
bus leen talked of. Many who thought
of going to lulvlllo decided to await Hilt
event Tho lad.e have bonn preparing
silk, laree and plumoa for days snd w eeks.
All the beauty and chivalry and fashion
will be there, ilay tho sun slime down
Tho boot beat of (be trottors are beard
00 more on tho track. All have gone. The
runner are fast filling tin the si a bios, and
bout 850 ire already her. Almost a
many more will be on the ground when
this appears In print. James it. Uray bin
sixteen, among them a full brother to tho
swift Oalen. colt that 1 like luat a well.
Maonkbo have nine. In the lot are
l'ink Cottage, KUody l'riogla and AlaUo,
and all are good and fit. Tho Montana
Stablo has fivo. W. M. Murry has llftoen
from California. Albert Cooper has three.
The stablo of l'orter Ashe, with live, llcv
erwyck Stable five, and twenty more will
nirivc Biiuniy rrom rl. l.oins. j'.a rlorniS
has eighteen; lioorgo Hake, six; O. O.
West, Jr., an oven do.m; I). J. McCarty
& Hro., five; Ityron McClelhin, live; J. M.
ltrown, six; Dun O'lirien, eight; Frank
Harper and 1. ltrown, thirteen each; F..
Wiley, eight; 1. Alien, ten; A. U. New
simiACo., twelve; H. Durhaui, lifteeu.
Thero i unv noilllu r of nlhera uilli Inn
nnd threo hors-.'s. Ik-foro tho bell ringH for
the first rai-o more horse will be here than
over licforo in the history of tho club.
I will make an ell'ort to give you a his
tory of tho Derby 11s 1 soo it Yours,
Tho street car deal is not yet a full
Kcporis ftom tho farming districts nro
most encouraging. ij
Itusiness, aside from'stho Bodu wator
fountains, wits dull yesterday.
A Dritish dotoctivo and a Chicago de
tective are reported in the city.
Damages douo to streeis by tho recent
rains are being repaired rapidly.
Tho esculent watermelon bath appeared
nud tho small boy rejoiceth accordingly.
Tho liermaniaTurnvereiu has forwarded
S'M) to the suH'orers at Johustown. More
will be sent in a few days.
T. W. Webb, a clerk, was arrested last
night by Otlicers Conway and Faraou, on
a charge of currying a concealed pistol.
John lloev, I'resident of the Adatim Fx
press Company, contributed $5,000 for the
stillerers ol the Conemaiigb Valleys
Fifteen gentlemen from tho vicinity of
Brownsville were brought in yesterday to
answer the charge of election irregulari
ties. Jan. O. Henniug was yesterday elected
Prvttidentof tho Cottonwood Lumber and
Manufacturing Company, J kK. l'alton
Musicul neoplo are earnestly Invited to
be at the Merchants' Fxchango by H:15
o'clock tonight, at the very latest ltusi
ilea of great iiiiiortanco.
Tho committee checking up tho nc
counl of ex-Statiou-houso Kceer Salt
tnarnh are waiting on tho completion of
tho l'anama Canal before reporting.
Ou complaint of a Mrs. Matthews, Mrs.
Mary Kapp w us arrested yesterday, charged
wiili aaunli.iiwl batterv. Tho case will bo
tried before Justice llolman today, at 10
The lawn paity tohnvo been given bv
tho ladies of thu Firxt Methoilist Church
at the Wilkinson plaro, this (Thursday )
evening, has been postponed until Mon
day, the 2 llh instant.
Yesterday's heat was oppressive, and
thoatrivalof the "healed term" ran no
longer bo delayed. Those of us w ho nro
wealthy and can aflbrd it will soou bio us
oil to tho watering place.
W. W. Stanton, charged with atonling
and selling railroad parses from tho Irou
Mountain Itailroad, 'was brought back
from l'sdurah lost night by Ol liter Folk,
and lodged in the Station house.
Tho lirace Church entertainment for tho
benefit of tho Johnstown snlTerers, to lia
held ut the iV est Side I'avillion 1 'ark to
night, promTses to be largely attended. A
great number of tickets have liccu sold.
It was discovered yesterday that a Mem
phis firm wa doing a largo business on a
capital of throe lirkuit ol butter, each old
enough to sleep alone, two crates ol chick
ons and a large and varied assortment of
lux Aitkil ha received from Holly
Springs, Mis., a well-devc1oed cotton
bull from Col. A. J. Woolen' place, four
lecn mile south of Holly Springs, It wa
raised by Sum Ford, a colored man, who
has about twenty acre that will averago
The iuvenilo baud of Ixval Temier-
anre Ix-giou will givoa Tcmjieraneo Ten,
at Au, 120 .Marxhull avenue, ihursilay
from 0 to II o'clock p.111 , (or thu lienetit
of tho Johnstown sulleivrs. Admisaiou
10 cent, lloth old and young cordially
invited to attepd.
Citizen of North Momphls are expand
ing their cheat preparing lo howl at the
conduct of the Chen)Kako fc Ohio Kail-
road in noicrtetingaUcoi ontliogrouml
Iiurchased ill that nectiou for tho purpose,
t i intimated that tho railroad rompnny
ia le.wing the ground to bo used as cotton
Attachment suits were sued out beforo
J entice ilarrr yesterday against the Mem
phis I'mdute Ounpany by tho following
linns: I'agi Anilenion, t'K Dickson V
Olusw, SKI; It U Stralton, $"; other
auioiintiug to $.1X1. Wobbjtk Maurv sued
out an attachment Ixiforn Justice Young
against the same linn lor ill'. I.
The Macjr.iniunt contemplate on July 4,
to give another of their enjoyable bar
becues and picnics at a grove a few mile
north on the ( hcwuieuk ifc Ohio Kail
road. 1'n-iiarations ire aln'a Iv Ix-iug made
on a large arale, and lo any that Mr. Ileury
bularl is at the head of tho management i
tiillicienl guaiaiiteo that It w ill be a grand
At Went Side Tark today, from 3 to 11
o'clock, tho la. I im of lirace l l.urch oiler a
r.im tri al to their frieuds. 'I he regular
Inpaof tho C. It. llryan will bt 3.15 ;..1:l,
II .10 and H o'clock sharp, airmdlng the in a
pleasant ridu and a line oporluuily to
view tho grand sunset At the park every
thing will be done to msko it enjoyable lo
all. Streetcars will Im In wailing on re
turn of boat at tho cornor of Main and
Itcalo sltecta. Tickets for sale ou tho bout
at 50 rents.
lVnitontiary Agent Joe Turner rarried
the following convicts to Nashville yester
day morning: Jordan Ituwli-v asauult lo
murder, two yearn; liichard Chapsd. role
In-ry, seven years; Chut (irady, robWry,
ten years; Jack Hudson, larceny, one
year; Willie Moon, roblx ry, eight years;
Alio Mayliuld. larceny, thruo years; Jim
Maddox, larceny, throe years; Niuiantha
Mays, larceny, sevon year; Charles Maya,
receiving atolen roMrty, 0110 year; An
nio l'ool, receiviug stulun (roicrty, live
111 rnntllai ar the Ilii4 llakl.
Nxw York, June 19. In acrordance
with the resolution passed at the lost
meeting of the St I'aul stockholders, pro
vldim for the funding of (he bonded debt
a mortgage for f 150,000,000, covering ht
entire system, I Dow being drawn up.
Ilolli rresiilcnl Miller and iro-i rrsnieni
I'j.n.l mluanil Ln make anv alateinunt in
regard to tho details of the mortgage, but
they said that In a few day lb terms
would lo made public. It is understood
that )llH,(am,(K) will be reserve I to retiro
otitstanibng Ixmds, HOOO.tKXt will be used
3 run the floating, and the balanco iatuod
at the discretion of the director.
Tho enterprising firm of letting A IJalley
are rapiJIy building a rrpulatlon for doing
good work. They bav already completed
some of the most thorough and well vrnli
latod jobs of plumbing tver done In Mem
phis. Their idea la to use the brat mate
rial and workmanship, which remit la
comfort and satisfaction to their patrons.
Tbey msko a specialty of remodeling old
? I !
BALDWIN, KNOWLTON & LAKE
II. M. Wooiimin and wife will leave ou a
visit (o Searcy Springs, Ark., today.
Miss JoaiR Hicks has returned (o tho
city, nftor sovoral weeks absencu in Milnu.
J. C. Ki.htnkr, a prominent citizen of
Shnveort, is viaitiiig Mr. W. A. Collier.
Mil. axo Mrs. J. M. Smith have re
turned after a mouth's visit to Wotuinpka,
J. F. C. Fkrouson, a prominent railroad
nlllciiil of Mumhall, Tux., is at the Hasten
Ji'imr 8. P. Wai.kku left last night for
Columbia, Tonn., to attend the bedside of
his venerable mother, w ho is seriously ill.
Mai. A. (1. Harris, of Newborn, a for
mer Mcniphian, is in town visiting his
daughters, Mrs. Connor and Mr. Kohin
sun. Mih Loiiman Hava, of Hays, Miss.,
returns to her home tmlav, accompanied
by her sister, Mrs. Mul'luly, whom alio
has been visiting.
Mtu Ou Costki.i.o left lust night, via
the lajiiisville A Nashvillo ltailroad, for
Nashville and other Fustern points, to be
absent for ono month.
Miss Cec tLi Gt initiK, a charming young
lady, who has made a host of friends in
this citv, has just returned from a most
delightful visit to New Orleans, where sho
is (juito popular.
at Duffy's Hotel: A. W. York, Cotton
riant, Ark.; J. T. Crawford, Cuive, Tenn.;
K. Sehiunlcnack, St. l-ouis; W. Wilson,
(iates, Tenn.; F. Kninlester, C. W. Kottxer
ing, radii -uh. Ky.; J. 11, 1 lineman, Moil
At tho I'oaliody: John W. Mi I'herson,
Hopkinsville, Ky.; J. D. Ixrkhnrt, Nash
ville; J. II. Duncan, Ixiuisville; J. W.
Thomas, Shelby, Miss.; Miss Myrlio
llawkes, Concordia. Miss.; A. M. Iro,
Vicksburp, Miss.; Alia li raeo Daily, Co
manche, la.; C. U. Simon, Covington.
H. D. ami J. 8. Laymav, Little l:xk,
Ark.; J. V. Md,eod, lireiiada. Miss.; It.
M. ilranch, llrownsville, Misa.; It. W,
Young, lireenvllle, Miss.; M. Thomas,
Winona, Miss.; M. it. Oakley, Durant,
Mis.; John Martin, Iienver. l'ol.; Win.
Alston, Chicago, 111., are registered ut tho
At tho llaynso: William M. Hagalt,
Iksinville, liel.i W. F. Neston, 1. I.
Anderson, liiisville, Kv.; Dr. J. 1', f.
Walker and wife, Mih kalo iKiyle, Mis
Mary Skcllington, Dyerslntrg; Cajit II.
Jubliu, llatesvilli, Ark.; C. Crain, Can.
Ioil, .; O. K Mooro and wife, Surd is,
Miss.; J. A. Ilnrgrtt Clncinnnti; Oeorge
Chandler, Chicago; V. II. llenker, Kvam
(. A. STXKi.r, 'Jiineatowii. Mis.: U. T.
Adams, Corinth. Miss.; S. A. Steele, Kan
sas City; It 11. Hill, Winona, Miss.: O. C.
l'orter and wife,' Kiplcy, 'lenn.; Mm. J.
Mclilatheiy und child,' Wilson Point, Iji.;
W. Ik Strong, Jr., Kansas I'tty; J. It,
Sliull. Jackaon, Tenn.: J. F. Stanton, IN
catur, Ala.; F. A. Ferguson. Marshall,
Tex.; A. J. Smith, Joncalniro, Ark.; W. L.
Athena, New Orlean. are al (iastou's.
Tiik following prominent planter and
ritixonsof Yax County, Mim.: D. Hunch,
('. K, Holmes, IiImtI Campbell, J, Ik
Wilson, W. II, Sliibhlefield, A. M. I'avne.
Win. Itarksdalo, J. C. lUixley and W. Y.
Stnhlilelleld, wore yesterday regialen-iljut
the (iayiato, taking a view at the future
uietroiMili of tho Nmth, on their return
from In ion City, Tenn,, where they hnd
gone as a delegation lo examine into the
mi nt of the Iktdark hedge fence. They
all expressed themselves as pcrfi-rlly satis
ll.fi with same, and the written Indorse
ment which they tendered Col. Sam John
soil, tho prosiilent of the roiupanv, and
who also sient the day here, la a most un
ipiulilled one, and Mr. Hum h, the chair
man of tho delegation, telegraphed to
Yaioo City that it was the best and cheap
est Icnee he had ever seen. The whole
party left by tho evening train for Mis
aiasippi. They all eipnused themaelvct
as highly pleam'd w ith Memphis, slid mv
rrul rxpn-swd tho intention ill the future
to ship all their cotton to this jM.rt.
KIOUT CABKSI K1UUT OABKHI
Containing Over bo.OOO, oO.OOO Im
Ilivben reii-ivod by us direct from
Havana, through the Memphis Custom
House, during the past wi-ek; among
which am Ditigcnc ia, Henry Clayt,
I-lor dr Samelsun ami many other erpia'lly
linn and standard brands. We are the
only lirm in Memphis who receive fro.
(pient shipmenls ol iuiHrtud i igsr and
our patron are thereluro enabled lo gel
only frcah cigar from us.
I. SAMr.invi A Co.,
Hie Direct Importers of Memphia.
r. S, W sell baseball tickets.
OKTT1NO IM BHAHK.
Step to Brtn an Excursion of National
Educator to Memphis.
The National Fduraiora' ('unvrntloii
will lie hold In Naihville, July ID to 20. It
la desired to bring a lot of them to Mem
idii and to thut rnd a meeting of mem
hers of the Collon and Merchants' hx
change and clluten generally will be held
t the M-rchantt' : hange Friday, June
21, at 4 o'cli.k p.m., to adoi some plan
of intortalninvnt, etc. Lverybody Invited.
IMPORTANT CHANCERY SALE.
Under and by virtue of a Decree for Sale wc will offer at Public Auction, at the cor. of Main and Madison streets,
TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1880,
AT NOON. Till FOiYTaOWINO VKItV VAI.TT.VULi: IJUHINKHS AND HKHIDKNOK ritOPKRTYi
No. I. 1 1ml tt Imir atnry llrlrk Hlorrlimi, tiliiaUi on Hie ral ,l,la ( Mu, ,u,i, twriier ul (lie alli-r Ulatrn Jcllrrsuli anJ Ailaiu slr.a'a, anJ liu ecruiJ I'JT W.
II. llllry A Co. Hi" I"'. '' ' "Hlr r'n-.l Ljr Hit bilil.ll tiar. nipaaiirat illaMtt; 1-rL
No. J. Tim- lo l"s fiiirr-tmry lirli k Momlioiitrt, ,,, lr tnmt, aliiinla vu Hit toiilli.l rorner of A (Unit ami Second streols, sad lumen St Nt Jt7siiJ 210 Sec
ond ttrtf t. Til I'll iMn villi h thr atori'lioiiwt alaml ni'stum Ill'il'JI fa l.
No. 8 Tl.iii Iwoatnry Enma llr.l.l.nia, tltntl on Ilia Miuih ai, nt fnl.m air-rl, oxlwrrn Ijiudnrlsls ttrerl ami (lis Mvmtilils & 1iailrlon llsllrvsd, wllll the
lot Wjion lilrh II -l-ri'li. elilrh liat a Irxint on t'nlnn tlna-l of l() fret lth a ilr-.tli nl '.'I i', l-l.
Ne. 4. A l'l ailiil- on Ilia nurlli tlilr ol I'nloo tlrat, Itiinicliai ail y niaite id i.rirtr laat ilptrril,!, and Irnnllng 47 fral on I'nlon ttrwt.
No. 5. 'Il.al Im-shIiIiiI Var.nit ll on lltn north tldtof 1'oiiUiloo strrrt, brlawn LaniUrifdls and WtllliiMluti strvsla. Iron Una fij let uii Eoiiti loc ili.st snJ extcuJ
Ing norHiaanl l i"'e (urallrl hnt lis'4 frt loan sllrjr, "
tin. a. Tini alacant Uetian Kr-aidoni e on ilia norlli slds of Atlaius s'.revt, tail vf I uurtti street, kuuww Xo. Ill Adami street aitl, tU lol upuu ttLkU It HsuJa,
rlilctl fronts 70 lu i on Adanit alrw t and f ilrndu iiurlliarsrd l.'iO Irrt.
No. 7. A I rail oils arrra In Ilia Hit taantli DUIrkl, fmiitlnson lit Mrin liit A Thsrlptlon Railroad, nrar norxllall flat Ion.
I KIlMS -ilna lourlli Cali litltnra In onf, two snd llt-aa yaara, villi Mi - r mil, lnlrrl, pun haavra aiaruUna liolaa with spproTwl rruriljr.
aVllii .ro'rly Iwloiif lo tlis stlaU of BitibsD S. Junoa, daccasad, ami it 'ld fur dltitiori smoiia tht hsir. All taias paid, lata pvtUtU
3C. 13. McIIEISrilV, C. Sd oSI.
For Further Particulars Apply to F. W. ROYSTER & CO., Auctioneers.
Hitrm Virailirr hikI Jark-ton lHoiind.
The warm weather hit a tendency to
atlract people to Jackson Mound l'ark,
w here they can enjoy refreshing breezes
from tho river and at the sumo time wit
new the lino erformiinces of the IVshon
Opera Company. This is at present tho
solo source of amusement in Memphis,
The operas aro well rendered; tho princi
pals are well known throughout the coun
try as clover performers In their reticclivo
roles; the chorus is well drilled, st nil
times singing in unison, and tho company
deserves to bo patronUed, and should lie
liberally supported Ity '.ho rer.Mitable
citizens of our community, as the manage
ment cuter to no other ciiiss, will tolerate
nothing else, and ladies cau Willi impu
nity attend tho per (or malices without es
corts should they so desire, Mug usaiiicd
ample protection and polite attention at
all t inios.
"Chime of Normondv" drew another
nico audience last night', and should clear
weather prevail thero is no doubt that the
attendance will nightly grow larger, lor
tho company has an extensive rewrloiro to
iireacnt during tiie season. "Chimes o!
Normandy" tonight, Friday night aud
MUSICAL MUBIINU TON 10 II T.
Regular Committee Keportand Outlining
of a Plan to Secure a Hall.
Tho mimical peoplo of tho city will meet
at tho Merchants Kxchitngo again tonight.
It will be the most important meeting
yet held, and every ludy and gentleman
in tho city who contemplate uniting with
it should be on hand.
At tho last met ting of tho society, last
Friday evening, a committee was author
Ix d to rcjiort upon all the details of a
pcro-anont organisation. Thia committee
w at to nominate ollieera, including an ex
ecutive committee of live, suggest a naiuu,
n;srt a constitution nnd by laws, look
niier a hall, and arrange for a charter. All
these matters have been attended to, and
w ill I, submitted to the meeting tonight.
Hut that is not all. In taking up and
considering so many important auhjcri
thu coiiimitlee went further, and will out
line a plait lo the meeting, or aw icly,
whereby a hnmcof its own may bo secure...
This ol ilsell should attract ovcry one who
can poesihly bo preM-nt. With a definite
object of that kind in View, tho society
conducted on business principles, slid
looking to and luboriug for tho vleation
of musical (Hates and advancement ol its
general interests, nut only will the musical
liooplc rally to u. rmpjM, Mll VUUl9
business community as wi ll.
1 tM strut-able t brlia) StaJIrea)
Ia'aving Memphis at 10 o'clock p.m., ar
rives nt Washington at H o'clock a.m.,
New York 2 o'clock li.m., Huston Ho'clia k
p.m. aecund ilay. Vulhnan Slees'r to
W'ushiiigtun without thange via Lynch
burg. Mmihls arriss Marks,
Nos. M asu H3 Madison Srnxr,
Hllilderaof l ino Vehicle.
IIA.S-ON-IUKO-Wl,.,r. j. 4 j ,,.
Iha Hnr. faili-'r Msriln. Mr. Iitm r. Ilisais la
Xliaa I li V Hmnlvilli el Ihl, rll ,,rai,K
loiHiK srorn rw.
111, ki . II I ..M I nli.:U V . to.. .
a a..., lit. i.-i,' i ai iiii I lia 1 a,
. III. All ,iniiYra anil luriuU-ra an- W
anelrl l annul l-ilina knlvlila I. il fti
nan in. Hi'.!, r lrl l liura laj iii unnlli.
Ilr-I Kank. arrml 1liiir-la in mmilli.
N'omil Kank. llilrl 1liUn.a In nmnili. 1 lilr
hank. Iljr.n.l.r 1. I. II ALL. I'. C
J. .us A. W inn, K II. a
An 'ifiiou or Hrrn Mmtert m r l,t
lll.lrT (111 INSI IIAMK KOII'AW l.r Hit
rn-nliif -rarvlll b b"M at Ibtlnmn U)'tOmra,
on TI KkDAV. Jl l.V I.
wr ii ViMinr ...,..
CHIMES OF KORaUHDY,
. ALL THI3 WEEK
(Lae-4 Saturttr Mxhl)
KM R Y iATI'I'UAY. .
t.T' N AIR (OK I MT,
Tift r"iimla)f A lu rniHUi. loo.
TVai-t ftlWea, Mal klraat
" PHCENIX WIRE WORKS.
Masi riH'aa or
Screen Win Doors "2 Windows
-..llinata rnriil.li'J tml rirtt-lUta Worktl
Pra-nial.lt -r.a Oiiranli
363 mONT BT. Telephona 1.311
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
THOMAS HAY RAKES
SEND FOR CIRCULARS AND PniCFS.
0RGILL BROS. SCO,
DESJARDiKS, MILLER k HAWKINS
394 & 308 MAIN STREET. - - MEMPHIS. TENN.
"Wli ol o s al o I-Inrcl ware
STOVES AND TINWARE.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Chieftain Hay Rake, Banner Plnntor, Cimpboll Corn Drill,
Door and Window Screens, Galvanized Poultry Netting
V-rn ;;nWora. Ice Oroam Froeisora. Hnndlett nnd Eya Hooi.
11 T. I. KMMON,
TOM U W.iT,
Lemmon Gale Company
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
ZL0 aud 020 Main Btreot, MoniphU, Ten a
1I it I'X -nuts.
II. T. I.EM MOV. T.M U.tl.K. II. O. ItlTKIKnilAU.
W. I'. MILI.KR.
It 1.. Ill (
"Thorn Will He- a Mkflit. ami Our 8me.ll rroflu. Will Win.
PAJMMONT, AVTI7I , TjVlS & CO
aucctaaora lo WKNia & FAMMKNT,
007 and CC0 Main Btreot. ... Memphis, i.rn.
JE-ISK W. WYNNE,
llo i( jriina, Iiriiiiis A l k, liiii.'-l City,
Wynne, Love & Co.
Cotton Factors anJ
000 FRONT ST.,
OIllll.ltH AMI niNHIUNMKNTH Ml I LICIT Kl .
DERBY POOL ROOM
IN REAR OF THE PEADODY HOTEL.
TRACK ODDS ON ALL TURF EVENTS
Wlrn Oonnfoilon-4 With All PtM. Traoka.
NOS. 30a ond 304 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
W. P MM.I.ER,
M".iV. v. . JuYNEIL
Our Slock is
JOHN E. RANDLE &c CO
Architectural Iron Work,
ir.oN !uAP!(ATiNi.RrorroH i nksEi
ll lis. VtJ a.11 1 t-IIVil I ...
ATLAS ENGINES AND BOILERS.
ELLITLCRPE AIR BEilB COXPAHI'S E1.EV1T02S,
PI LAM I EM in, alACIUXtftYPt.I'PLi:: tie.
General Repair WorkJJonc Promptly.
SHOPS, OFfICK AND WAKEHOUSR.
SECOND STEEET, fR03 KARKET TO VIICEESTEB
MKM I'll IM. TUN N.
WILLIAM E. LOVE.
Latu til liumllmr, Lute k Co.