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THE MEMPHIS APPEALt TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 188'j;
' FALLEN FAVORITES.
XJTTLB M1NCH AND WHEBLSB T.
DISAPPOINT THEIR BACKERS.
Fast Tim, by Two-Year-Olds Ja Ja
Cover, a Half Mils In 0:49 1-4-Lak,-view
Beaten by a Rank Outsldsr A
Good Card Today.
Ciiicaoo, III, June 24. This, was an
extra day at Washington Turk, the pro
gram Mng maJo uu ot puree races. The
weather was pleasant and warm. The
track waa fuirly good, and the attendance
ahout 5,00a The racing wai well con
tested all through and the hotting heavy.
First Race Purso, $."00; for two year
olds; maiden and tauten allowances; halt
mile Starters; Uracio J 110, Masco;
. Kommond 113, Winchollj Abdiel 113,
Tompkins; Tulla Itlackhurn 110, Uunwad
10 Harvester 110, Midas 105. llottin
2 to 1 agaiimt Ciraeio J, 4 to 1 Midus, 4 to 1
liosemond, 0 to 1 Alxliel and Harvester,
10 to 1 the others. Uracio J was first
away and led throughout, winning eniiily 1
hy two lengths; RttsomonJ second, AbJiul
. third. Time 0:501.
Ch-coihI Itsuw Purse and crnditions as
in the first: half mile. Starters: Ja Ja
108, floral; Lord Peyton 11H, Allen;
Mayor Noonan 10N, Finncgnn; Armiel 11",
hisO'Leo 1U Happiness 110, Morse 11:),
rsimuntlia 115. ltttiii)r: 8 to 5 airiiinst
Lord Peyton; 2 to I Ja Ja; 10 to 1 to 20 to
1 tlie others. Tlioy got oir in a compact
- hunch with Mono leading slightly, and
ran thus to the stretch where Ja Ja nt
the taut of a hard simple and won from
1-ord Peyton hy a sluirt length, with
Mavor Noonan third. Time 1.4V.
1'liinl liare Purse $."KK); selliiiK- Threo-
?unrters of mile. hUrlvrs: iUnwm W,
liown; Cupid 102, Humes; Tudor 97,
hievcnsnn: Slayo UN), I han llor 100, Hul
iutmpe 104, Kh'mlv Pringlo ion, Lukcview
KM, 1'ratlivr 104, I'mlnis 102, Tho Dude Ml
and Klsio U KS. Iletting: 5 to 2 stmiust
Tulor, 4 to 1 Cupid, 0 to 1 Pennon, 7 to 1
Prather, 10 to 60 to 1 the others. The
inula led to the stretch, with l-nkeview
and Cupid close up. In the last hundred
yards llenson rame through and won from
Cupid hy half length, with Tudor third.
Mayo Ml. Hum 1; Hi).
Fourth Itaee Purse i-VKV, Maiden ami
non ainuing allowances; ono mile,
Hurler Caliente UK), Harm-a; l.iltlo
M inch 111, Covuitfton; Knto M alone 112,
Purler; l.iedcrkrnn 1)7, Fstiuus 87, Wood
craft 111, Gunshot 12, Wulimitcli t2. Pet
ting: 1 lo 2 siftinst l.lllle Minch, 3 to 1
Cslieiile, 15 to 1 to 61) to 1 tho others.
Kale Malone and l-cMcrUram led to the
head of tlie stretch, vkith Caliente third
and Little Minch huck in the ruck. In
tho stretch Caliente limit the lead, winning
ly a length ana a half from l ittle Muicli,
Kate Mslono thini. Time 1:4:1.
Filth lUec Purse. NHIO: fur three year.
oltls, un-w initio ami muiden allow slices-
Utile and one-sixteeiilli. Miirters: Hun
lierette 112, 1. Joniw; I Imna 105, Fin lie-
sun: Alouila llurly 110, MtiiriM. I letting
!i to ft Muuita llurdy, u to 6 lUuiierette,
15 to 1 l.iruua. Ftruris led lor a uiile,
after which Itannerrlte joined imuiu with
her ami won hy a iivtk, Monitn Hardy
UilM. Time -I oil.
Ms lit liai'e Puree iienalties snd
alloHanree, mi, and i.ni-iiulilli unit a.
Hurler Hoiitta lo7. hluval: KuMrira i)7.
dvorton; Msrclilmrn U7, Francis; 1'iid 112,
Wheeler T I U. 1 he l lievalier 112. 'IriMt
1 10, and tiarduer U7. Heltuiir. 0 to 5 The
Chevalier, 2 lo 1 N lneler I. 11 to I lianl
ner, 8 lo I Honita, 10 to 20 to I lint others.
Trust led lor a utile, with W Itwler T and
Marchliurn cloee tin. lu tltu lital (urluiiii
lkiutu cauM wild a ruli and wh tt loo
leiiillha, villi Fredrna mvuihI ami .Marcli
burn lliinl. 'J mi. 1,'xiJ. I'l.ii', mutual
on r rlrica miU $7H
Tlie follow ing are the eutiioa and
wei(jlit (or tomorrow:
tint lu. -niHtille ami oitalitnrh1li Ixttif
iifi lu;. tuwi II, luikr ul lliulilau.t HC.
imml ka. t in nillr. Ivtr It. 1, irtlrr
II... Itrtnttila IKI. Mnl.ln I i 1 II s Mlaa JwaaHl I Ml
I hint lia.- lriuil.iil a mill).
I ma IWu II.'. 1 1.-aar 1 1 .. Auirll IU l imll-ll
ljf In., ir. M II.'. Ilalltrlnat ha I an l"
Imiar 1 IIA UrT Mallojr (". ralllia i, Mlaa
Jwii IU i"iia:. lu., l hil.'iia Mu
K.ti.nh hai-Mllr aid au i iKlilh. Ti'lmellr lit,
)'..ta-n II , lh.ll.lli II.'. I r.ihllh i;, Tulm
m. I lia 114 lal I'M. M..il u. It, Ha Ink
ttlitt IU. I low lomilia ul a in I Ik. Ikmlla
Mir Dl, t,h mUlla leu. Nirt I llr liw. l atuma lit.
hiwitt m l ti. h. j Hi ii,n ii,,n Jiik lit.
I tuirliHie I UK, h.ilor Ikiy IU, Amu. I. II Hi, Aunt
Mih Kai - Kitm, Ihtvr4tmri.ri id a eilla Titn
llil ll kalo.lall li'J. ..iIi..iii II.', nlllli r .
K.ll!a llMau t 1-rllirvM IioHiIiik la., Ohm it M M,
Mauila lluul His, l ink l ullaii Itrt, kviuu Mllani
At HrlahloN Mrarlk.
Nsw Yohk, June 21. The track at
UriKliluO IV"u h todsy wu faaU
First Itaee Fiw-rlghlha of a mile, fay
Queen nn in 1.03), Mm atoou coll second,
11a nut el ly colt UiiriL
N-concI IUc Three-fourths of niilo.
Nms V won in 1:1(1; lxing llrsiuh eeiximl,
'llnr.l Us Thrve-fourtlis of a Uiile.
Utile Jake won in 1:40 J, Calcia second,
l-ourtli IUv Five-eiuhtlts of a mile.
UHintaka won in Id.'), LougJatk second,
lloli rorayllie tlnrtl.
1 iflh lUce due milo and an ricltlh
Littler won in l.ji.J, J. J. 0"ll. second,
iving line lutru.
.'ulli lim-e Ki'Vett-eli-lillis of a mile.
Fu'Veler won in Mil, iVricle, sicond, Csr-
Dt'gie inn a.
T4ay ail Mktrrp.hr Hey.
Nrw Yoiik, June 21. Following are tlie
HiceKucad IVay ent'les for Tun.l.iv:
lr.i lu.r-Jr. B rtiil.ilx n( a mile.- Hi)amra,
r,-Mi, , f ti in ih. iiia. ia-, nw, ,- h iim. i.moi'j:
ifi Fiii-.trr pii.iit-r. i iiiima, kihk-i.ii,
..rinmiii, h.-.. roll ,i, Jjp 1K,
1 imaS. ra. h l. k..lu 111, I nn I. J, ksllr :,
Mil. ! IIU, V,,!iiiili-r III. N..la u(
a.-..n. luiv-l l.rr.. nil irlcuol a itll. Ibnill,
I'iui.kw, niiaajr. riolil. liar. I..I111 Aln..al. l,,n
fti . Ii Im ,,im II. aail I,,., lat.nilr
Tltlrtl kavltir an. I Uin-r ! tira-itili eillra.
"lll'wll Hi, IV-llallr. k.-ril, Iku IU,n.,n
li..i,i...n la, n ., 1 11 r hi h iisiii i-:,
If. mmi l.'j,Hia UN lu.lam ll,t)iivuill.J.
r mirth Hair.. lilr an. na ha'l llmiil ;
' II .n.... r lia. . r... . iu w.r, ill.
. I Hill IU,.. Ml.r .n.l 1.... i,l,Oi n.IUli.n m
v-t jni-a ita, I m.i.ii lie. H1..1I1M ll, n i: I muk
y rM, 11 .. M ,,,. .w, earn W,.a tie, I lulaiuiiur
ruin l,..lli: uri'l tlihr rlli,, t, m
.iiriir.ii.i m.111,1 All. 1,, 1 1 : .I,,!,,,,,, u
"Fn II I ray III. I.alliu II, I, .,IMI Unit
Imilav. tti h.-irl.,, t,fiili.l.l. Illr.ll
a m-PTfc rtii,. a. iai t, i,u
lli 1 weather ia clear. John Atwn.nl
ml Oiiwsv, in 11,0 .mi tm-v, Klue
ibxk.lUiU.iint an J uin Wo,hI in tl.o llnr.l,
and Mary in tho l.nir.1, aredoiililfii
inaulo in hum is . ty di uhtlul. llie
iirsi race wut proouiiiy t. .livi.li .l.
I'll 11 ami, IIU, June 2i -Tlie roinniilti
prM'iuu.-d by tlM bolder, of , (, ket
old on Itodlitfhl In tlie last rare at Waah
Inirton Park, Salurtlsy, met si llm Palmer
House this evening by si'poiniin, i,t ,j
were met by Mr. llrewater, the Ki retary
of the Washington l ark Irat k. l'.na.U'
announced lo die committee tlie d. union
of the Yaahingtun Park AsKociutiou to tl
cOVct Hi at they bad decided to refund lo
tho holders of Itrdlicht tickets the amount
of purrliaee money, hut thst thev wuuUI
not psy the amount won by said holder.
w nil, the committee, as a wliole, Uecl.ie.i
Hot to take any further rlioa in the mat
ter, it Is understood that there Is oonai.lor
aliie feeling among all the Individual
holders, who claim that the decision of
the Washington Park Committee ll un
just and unprecedented, and thev say
the decision of the judges, giving
tbe horso UngKn the race, was an
inexcuxablo bluudor, and that tho associa
tion should pay the full amount called for
hy the tickots. The Kedlik-ht men are still
kicking vigorously, and what the ultimate
outcome will be remains to bo seen. Tho
refund money ia to be paid at tho track
frem Tuesday morning until Thursday
night, and the usual entrance toe will bo
charged tho lUidlight men who uro to pre
sent their tickets for aettlouieut.
I'rebabl, H lamer. Today,
AT SIIKKI-SIIKAD DAI.
oennil Raro PnilrtPM, On way.
1 tilrtl IIhcu Urn llarrlaon, Hit.
Knttrin luce Hanover, Wary,
fifth Kace-lk-a.lu June, ltallatoa.
BlxUt Kac-Ulmllatur, Ultral,
Drat Rare-Duke nf lllnlilamla, Wajnia.
rn'iiinl llace Kohl 11 llixxl, Hruwatir.
1 hint lliu-v Klvaway, iialajr K
Fourth Kiiee-flara l'., UoiilU.
Fillh Hn ('liarlotle J.. Animldl.
felxUl Kaee balllo llaKan, I'liuona Dowllnf.
Cincinnati, O., June 24. Today the
Queen A Crescent road carried as passen
gers from this city to New Orleans, Mike
Iionovan, Frank Stevenson and Wm, II.
Harding, of tho rultrf (Ittzdlt. They re
accompanied by Neil P. Kerr, tho general
passenger aircni 01 the romi. incir mis
sion Is to select grounds for tho coming
Hullivan-Kilrain Unlit From conversa
tions hiul hern it ia believed the ground
w ill bo Honor Inland, Ui Pearl Uivor, about
thirty-six mifes cast of Now Orleans.
BAILROADd AND TBE PEOPLE.
Oot. Larrabee, of Iowa, Discusses Their
Iks Mdi.n'ks, Ia., Juno 2k Gov. I-nrra-
lice, in an Interviow oil tho justice of the
Iowa commissioners rato and tho proba
bility of further legislation next winter,
said: "'llie tttiHwors to the Inmiirlos re
cently addressed to Jobbers and shippers
show that tho rates aro generully satisfac
tory, the dissatisfaction coming largely
from those who enjoyed spocinl rates bo
fore tho present low tariff took effect; in
some cases whore tho roads roftiso to make,
joint rates lo some Jxilnts, freights aro less
from Chicnuo than from Missisitippi Itivcr
points. In tome rases tho maximum rate
lixed by the commisslonors is charged,
while formerly thev charged a much
lowor rate than that of the coiniulsslonnrs.
Tliero is nothing in the law prohibiting
Joint rules within tho Hlalo, or as rates
have been charced in tho past to any
places or lo sny Individual. The law re
l u ires only lluit all bo rated on equitable
terms. llie Governor denies that the
cliaruo of hoHtihiy to railroads ran lie
truthfully liisilo sirninst Iowa. llie lioa
tility," ho said, "has only been stniiust
the abuse practiced hy the iniuia-
era. About $50,000 UOO bus been
(United toward building tho rosds
of lows, and tho iieopln only ask
to have them oxruteil in a (ul ran I equita
ble manner. llie liovornor uin- not
expect a reaction anion! the people aeainst
the pteaeiil Niliry. "llio inU'rMalo law,
said he, "needs H'rfeeting to prevent dis
crimination apiiuat this Mate Imiii outside
corporations. There ia a romttsnl ten
dencv to lower prices for everylhinir pro-
tlueetl lv liilHir. Cspltal at lower rates ol
Interest is aiiumiant. nw lines oi low
grailo and li'lit curvature are now pro
jected, and (he maintenance of hluli raUe
will cauao the eaily Ixnliliiiiiol llieae lines.
which, toother with the lines of that
clntracler already built, will muicl lower
r.ttes of interest ami smaller Ulvlilcn.la lor
the old rosils, which now strive to mo
noixtllM the buaineaa of tho couiilrv. The
auvoranltil uiaitairemeiit of tit, tulitr, will
ileeiiil leas Umiii roiiibllistloiis ami gen
tlemen a aL'reemcnla, ami wore uam the
ftiriency of Hie semen and the itood-will
ol the pstrnns. No bsckwanl step should
be taken, ami we shouni not permit any
equivocation hv our public ollicers who
litire to ties I Willi thew tilieslloits.
TUROUOH BLkKPEIl TO NEW TORS
Via Louisville Nashville Railroad.
Tho Umiaville A Nsahvilln Itiiilmad is
the only line out of Memphis that rsrries
rulluiHii veatllmle car, lo riiilslelplila snd
New York without t limine. Parlies who
eonteiiiplate milking a summer trip lo tlis
aal CHit si-cure slei'Pinj cor rrommoila-
lions ahead hycnlliiiK at thoollico, No. 312
Main strift, or s.l.lnweing
J mo. A. N-orr, Ticket Agent,
Gxo. Ik MiCi.kai, PaeaeiiMer AgvuU
Tlie rnterpriaing linn of lilting A ratlley
re rapidly building a reputstiou for doing
good work. They have siren. ly completed
some of tho moat thorough and well venti
lated jolaj of plumbing ever dons in Mem-
phis. Their idea is to use the best ntate-
s and woikmsiiahlp, which rerulla in
comfort and sstl.tlaction to their patrons.
They iiisk, a sNvl.ilty of rcuioilvliug old
Miaaiaairi'l I'larrli.t S Cordial iathessfeat
snd stirvat remeily on csrth lor rrninping
sins In the Ixiwela, in tinted bowels, liaaxi-
lua, sxitir aliitu.nh, Asiatic iliolera and
ft eat Stcheatatle ml Wrnaekla at barlr.
Niifht Tr:lin-laavr Mempliis at 10
o'clock p.m., arrive at Vsaltiin;lon st H
o'cliM'k a.m., New Votk 2 o'clock p.m.,
Vaton U o'clia k p.m. I 'ay Train-la-sve
Mvinphis at IU :m o'cliM'k p.m., srrives at
Waahinu'lon at Id. 40 p.m., New York tl .VJ
a.m., l-i-t'iit .L ai p in- 1 ullinsii Nneners
lo ashiugtoa on both trains, via Lynch
burg. Pirranino snd Anthrsrlbt Cost. Piierl.tl
stlontlnit to rur-load orders. linsCoko.
Aili Wtiuil, C, U llnVAK ACo.
rif ) a Weeair, I'anaiea.
They have no equal.
They are always fresh.
They are always good.
They are elegaiit for prewnta,
A re lew Ueln, la liauM
Anvthinir fmm a fence lo a business block?
tnir order will In given prompt sllenlion
by the Wriajlit l.uinUr Company, Iowa
avenue, Fort Pickering. Telephoue l,:k7
lissikkT sells Tsr Caiiiphir 1 5c pound.
Preserves carK'U and wooleu from moths.
Iiuk Penkirt's Swla and Mineral
Water,. 215 Main sL He kcaqai the beat
Misaiaaii-ri Piarrhii-a Cordial Is Inatao-
taneoualy tell, Sh i within a few minutes
niter takiua ttieaum n r fmm anv disorders
of the bowels Is soon convalescent and
I. tea curtains cleaned and beautifully
fliiiahed at Memphis Noam laundry, 224
oeioud strvek Hisnt it utiles) il Madison.
Fi ll lras rhlrU a spreiall. rialsh
euallu uew. Memphis bteaui Uundr
2:4 rWinl slmu Lraudi oUius, i
THE CHORAL SOCIETY COMMITTEE.
Meeting Yesterday Afternoon for Gen
eral Dlsouaalon The Charter.
A meeting of tbe Memphis Choral Soci
ety' Exocutivo Committee was held yes
terday afternoon in the coinmitteo-room of
tbe Merchants' Kxchange.
It wss callod to order by Chairman J.
II. Martin and resolved iutoll into a meet
ing for general discussion as to the best
available methods to cause the society to
flourish and stand as a porpetuul and fa
Mr. Frayser T. Edmondson, who kindly
volunteered to pluco the organization on a
irocr legal footing, was present, by re
quest, and presented tho application for a
charter. Ilo oxplninod, alter tho reading,
bow only this could be done, and how tlie
routine affairs of tho society must bo
transacted to conform to lend ronuire-
nienU. It tacamo niunifcst to the com
mit teo, . upon this explanation, that no
deliuito steps conld be taken until the
charter arrived and be within leal bounds,
hence nothinu but a discussion of meth
luclUentully, the testimonial series of
concerts to Mr. Theodore Thomas, the
real orchestra leader, came up. Mr. Finite
-ovy stated Hist ho had seen references to
the testimonial in some of the Eastern
journals before ho became a momber of
tlie Lxecutlvo Committee, and taken steps
to obtain all tho information thereof possi
ble at this early ditto. Ilo had iiunnroj
for an approximate idea of whon the fa
mous lesiler ana Ills orchestra coulil bo In
Memphis, strength of tho combination.
exH!iise and other details. This he bad
uone as an inaivldtinl, but would cheer
fully place the undertaking In the hands
of the Choral Society. Another letter on
tho namo lino was forwarded directly to
Mr. Thomas last uighL
Tlie tour of Mr. Thomas Is not yet ar
ranged. It mar be that Memphis cannot
be reached before fall or winter. In this
event tho Problem ia whero to accommo
date him for the concerts. With but one
theater, and that having capacity for lis
than 1,500 penplo, It will readily be seen
that tickots must bo placed out of reach to
clear expenses. Now is the time to con
sider mimic hail, with a society or-
tanized and harmoniously and earnestly
leudinu its ellorla toward advancing the
inturest, of the art, the necessity for and
advantage of an institution of that sort are
inauilest. It would be one of tbe wisest
investments Memphis could make.
SHE NABBED HIM.
A Watchful Wife Catches Dp Wltb Her
I-aat night aback was noticed going the
rounds of the city, especially in the pro
scribed limits. Tho occupants wore hav
ing a ga-lorioua tiuio, ono among w hom
was a well-known citiren. The party
would stop every now and then and ex
change a few won la with the frail sisters,
drink a bottle ol beer and goon.
Kingulur enough, following tho hack was
a phaeton in which was a veiled woman.
Hio kept in eih'ht of tho hack and said
nothing. From houso to house she went,
and when her lord was addn-aaoil by his
familiar Chrintian name, she bore it brave
ly, but asid nnthing. Finally a maiaon on
Short Third was reached, and I he party in
the hack prepared to enter. This was loo
much for llie veiled iH-cupsntof the phse
Ion. The sibilant uiusie of the whip tilled
the air, and theapiritrxl home soon brought
her alonKaiilo the hack. Mio reached tho
scene juntas her husband wss being greeted
by the lievy ol rxectant damea.
'That's Inr euoiiuht Coins borne wltli
me, Charley!" commanded llio wife. His
name was mil Charley, but no mailer.
Ho was pnrsl) uil w ith terror and looked
mniidliiiktly around hi in, wishing the
mountains to fall down and hide him, but
the mountains would not move from their
sccustomed place. To umke matters
worse the feiuslee did not realiM the situ
ation and kept calliiiK on him to come in.
"t'nino homo with me, Charley," re
peated his wife, "I have followed you all
lilttht and von have gone far rnouuh."
The hiialisnd k1 into the phselon and
wss driven home, and his name and real
ilenco la known but withheld.
Pros-ram for a Maes Meetlns To Be tleld
Nest Sunday Afternoon.
Follow ing Is the progrsin of exerrlaes of
a Hiinday-achool niasa meeting to be bold
In the First lUptiat Church uext Sunday
afternoon, June Dn, at 4 o'clock.
1. The object of tho Kundsy-acliool; Its
value to society; Its value to Ihe church,
an. I Its value lo the laniliy, J. It Tonner.
1L 11. ( raiir.
2. The beat method of Funtlay-school
cxi-n iaee, iiwsM Itoitrnit.
The tiiiH-rintetiilKiit and Ins worx.
K. F. Wili-ox. II. linker.
4. Oiishllcslion of the Knn hir- hool
leseber, thn work in and out of tlie school.
1. II. liatea, N. Ik Johnaon.
ft. How to hnpriw, ihe mind of the
child, the youth and tho adult, W. It.
liiiiiiiaaler, 1. A. wng.
II. leacliera ni'i-t intra and the chief div
slun of anno, V. K lhsyer, J. II. Thomp
son. The objeet nf this meeting Is to brino
oetlier Ihe Siii..iy a ImmiI workers of the
c tv, and by Una uiuto. ellort at leaatonee
every quarter. In kindle new iulereet and
advanea the work of one of llio most I in
Mr:snl snd grsudeet orifanit-iUons of this
preaent awe. Mmrt talks from Hv to ten
minutes, liuod music and a pleasant time
10 au w no eon 10.
Two Hon, of Parnar Uugbea Keecue
Fddie and Fiauk I Invitee, sons of
lairney IIiikIips, aged reaxclively
U-4'U and thlrlM'ii, saved Hi, live
two Imivs on butt Siturdsy, who
accldeiilallr gone over their dep
I 'til in the
water an.l enul.l not awiin. Ihry bad
sunk twiee N'loro thraan twot.rollicraB.it
them to the shore, Eddie snd Frsnk were
atsmlinir on the bank and did not slop o
gi t rid i.l anv of their clothing, but homo-
ilitlt'iy went to the revue ol the Utile lei
.ia. Eddie ia sn eaitert swimmer, whllo
Frsnk U still sa amateur In the art. Tbe
rcacued little i. lira wero Henry l. IIiuIh,
and hidney Miritard. and liter era very
Kinteiut w meir reeirTnra
A nioody Rplaod, oa tbe Tenneeaee Por-
ler A Plrmlnt-ham Man aluMered.
hi lavutt, Ky., June 54. A Svial to
the rnm.i Txi givi-, the following psr-
licuiars ol a triple trauotly in IU II County,
Ry.: t. W. NorwiMKl, of lllriuluithsin
Ala, a contractor on Ihe Cumin tland Ya!
ley rxtenalon, wss murdered Saturday at
ins camp, near Cumberland lisp, by aa
nanan known ss Toney Cravsato, Tonoy
sod bis brother wei, takers at the south
end ol I umberland lisp tonnol, and bad
sold brea, iu ru, of Norwood's men and
bad rrqiireted blm to bold Ihe men's pay
till I her reuUI collar, their bills. Norwood
told Ihrw that ba could not withhold Ihe
mt n s pay, except on a garniehett, and ill
nrirtt me naliana aiMaulaim. Kt.
urtlsy they called on Norwood auj askod
if be had their monoy. He told them he
did not bays t any money for them and
walked out) ol ilte commifsary store and
entered a cibu adjoining. Just as he
stepped in tlie loor Toney, who bad fol
lowed him, ahoi him in tho back, killing
him almost instantly, ihe Italians es
caped to the woods, but thoy were cap
tured Saturday niicht in Tennessee. luey
were brought to Kentucky yesterday and
were being conducted to tho Pinevillo jail
whon Judge; ,y$ch took charge of them
and gave tberk a trial, resulting in the
banging of the elder, Toney, and the send
ing of tho other brother lo jail. The olli
cers started for Piueville with the youngor
Cravasso, and as they wero traveling along
the road a Winchester riilo cracked on the
mountain side and tho prisoner fell in the
road a corpse.
THE OOLD EXPORTS.
The Cause of the Keoent Heavy Ex
Wasiunotow, June 24. Diroctor of the
Mint Kimball "was questioned today with
regard to the recent heavy exportations of
gold from New York, and he suid that
they were csusod by demands from France,
a premium having boen ofTcred by the
Ilank of Franca "About tho first of
Juno," said the Uireclor, "tho Hank of
England raised, by a half-penny an ounce,
the price at which it would sell French
gold coins, and recourse has been bad to
tho United States, wheie, under the low
of May 20, 1R82, gold coins can bo ex
changed at tho roinayo mints and the
assay otlice ntNow York.jin sums of (o.OOO
and upward, free of olntrgo, and without
loss on account of weur of tho coin, w hich
is sulfbrod wliero coin in place of bars is
The Director thinks this law should be
repealed, or else suit .ended, so as to allow
of a bar chnrgo, and says: "At present
the stock of bars at thn uintay otlice in .ow
York is tho most available supply in the
world for tho world's benefit, rather than
of the United Ktates. As an ordiuary ex
changu ojieration rates of exchange, have
been against exportation oi goiu 10 rraucu,
both from I-ondon and New York."
"It It marmllmt bow a mar Ilka ny brutwDA,
Wbo pridoa hiawrlf no bl Uilr appeaninoe, ran
carry ao much lil.Urn dirt. II the nine of my
akirt looked u abominable aa tha hminm of hli
Iroiawra br'd By In a race. And sll UilSDSaU
neat auuld ba STotOed U be would uae
Wold's flCME Blacking
on Mi Shore, hut he won't : snd jut he aara It b
lha flnral Iwaalns In lite world fur hla llarnoaa.
thana men art uat elf hesdeil, sad Mia It 0(U
WOLFF A RANOOLPH, Philadelphia
aM e el Jlaatfar ,M Ueraeaa Watare.
Drs. BETTS & BETTS
810 Main St., Memphis.
I eat el Vital rewrra, Slrrpueanraa. lieawMXIawr.
Ik M Maaaerf, ueltaaie tat l.leaa. lawailutle,
caf Pptnta. Airar-l.-n as
taly fnanel, l nf (eaiHlrnrav
i ona tnay or r'iiri anij
Snda Ilia a S'lM-e, KAFK1.Y, r.kk AMNTLT
mn rnt v a iri.it t nr "
BLOOD AND SKINr:
rblaln Its raeulia, rewibMrlv ara.ll-wrd elih-nil
uia eat n auanarr. prrniiiia. rrr-'r' rrrar
eii.U liaa, l-laan ra. I Irrra. fait in le
lira J and Kanra. erthllltln Sore Ibnatt. M.uhS
and lot-a. .a. Caiarrlt, ate . PlHM sM;NTL(
i i it irn wiikm oiiimti ii a vi ran atx
T1PTM ADV Sldary an I n'ajrta Tmnblaa,
UlklllAIVl Waafe lawk. It-iriiloaT I lliaa.
afa.inra.-T r4 t'rtt.atlDS. I fine blah rulorM
US etlll aedliaaet un atandlna. Onnorrbroa,
Olarl I raUUa, air, praaapU aa4 aalely ctarrd.
v Daryaa rraauoautat
TO TOUHG KI ASD MIDDLE-AGED III
a ennp rnnv Tks ,
t UU1VU VUIIU ar!T Meat,
hb fe brlnia
Ita dralla UK I'
lea bnh mlod and Uaiy,
no a nvTi'Q
rraa ohm uu nare liwr
AiWO, UUilU Min
tritprf lneaiaeoraaea aaa.lery bablla. ehtr, rtti,
.aft beda aa4 at i ad. uauiuua them for bualoaoa,
iSaatiery hal.ila. ohtrl
atu.1v m var-tair.
NAMMIkO Mi.H.nrinnaaminnna iaainar-py
Ua, searsef eaaeanai oautiiiy. qtn.-a f
rttxaad ,nl tar. Ural- PtarUrai Finrrlrere.
Sa-nad kvary cm at aatMlalif aludla.1. Unai
atamn, arlabi -ISIrS Mnliemea are yrrparad I,
mil lel-urawry eaartiy BMiiaacttaM, utuaelens-
let r.iraa eUeawl lajnrr.
Seed reals naitaj M rrlrbntlrd arorta na
Ckebv Smo'.l a ad I wit, at ljiaaaiar. 1 beta-
aatda attrad. A IrtawJir Irtte ey rail atay aar.
Tutt rutora eii ran til aaa aoatue, and add tula,
eranle lira. aW-Ni U'trra aaawarrd ttnlaa aa
raotpanled ky ral ataatpa. AdSrraaoyeallea
PUS. nETTH .V; I1KTTS.
or tifllt a UnliHM: UK T"IU
1889 - SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT -188!
We Are Determined to Oreetly Rod no lo the Next Tew Weke by
OJTFKRI3STG- A.T VERY LOW PKIOKS
Our Block le Entirely Too Lexse far tbe Beeeon. OsUI el Oaoe end Oet riret Choloa aad e Bargeta-
MIK TF.I.TX HIM
" Lator rtnto Amlcola
Came a palo foco preacher, teaching
Teoce snd progress to the nutives
Voood and won he Cunlta.
She nobler to make his calling,
Whinnered to him nature's secret
Told blm of tho herbs so potent
For the healing and the saving."
-extract rnoM roKX or "ca.iita."
Treatise on Skin and Blood Diseases mailed
R. G. CRAIG & CO.
39 Union Street,
M. C. PEABOl.
If, I, BHSlRIt.
M. G. PEARGE & CO.
Ka &70 front strsst.
Sole Agents for Royal Hungarian Qov
eminent Wine Cellars, Buda
B. J. SEMMES & CO.
2S7 Main St.. Memphis. Tenn.
NOS. 302 and 304 FRONT
MALONE, CHAPMAN & ELDER
HATS, GAPS AND STRAW GOODS
LADIES' TRIMMED HATS,
I'M MA1 BTHEET, .
b. w. nr.
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Cotton Factors and
No. 370 Front Street. Memphis. Tenn.
J. H. DOCXERY. H. aWILKIN)T I1KXUT BANKS K. WILKIXSOS.
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aVDVANUltd MADE Itt CA.HII.
n-ATTTJ CLOCKS. BSOIiTZESS,
An Editor's ExDerlence.
Major Mldney llorhert, a well known Jottr
nnlint in agricultural circles, writes April 18,
id.SU : Homo Ave years sjro I wrote a letter
slating that Swift a Spociilo hsd cured me of
severe rlietinmtlm. Hiure that time I have
had no return of tho rheumatic tmtihles, al
though frequently expnwd to the intluenres
that protlueed former attacks. Several of my
friemls had a simllurcxpcrlt ncc, and are firm
in their conviction that H. H. 8. brought a
permanent eure. The aesn'hing power of
this medicine is shown in tlie fact that it do-
veloiied a scrofulous lalnt that was coiihdIc
uotia In my blood over thirty years ago, and
has removed the laat trace of it, I havealao
Usted r). 8. 8. as a tonic, after a severe attack
of malarial fever, which kept me in bed for
three months, and am convinced that its
curative and stremrtheninir properties In.
sured my recovery from that lllnes.i, as I was
lu a very low coiulitinn of health.
8iiKsr Hkkmcht, Atlanta, Gs.
free. Swift Bpecino Co., Drawer S, Atlanta, Ga,
JL, K, W0OD30X.
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