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TIIE MEffiIHS APPEAL: FRIDAY. MAY 31; 1889.
RACES ON THREE TRACKS. BPOBT AT LATONIA, GRAVESEND AND JEROMB PARK. Hanover Wins at' a Hair Mile Flrenzl Has a Walk-Over The Opening Day at Jerome Park Proves Moat Auspi cious. Cincinnati, O., May 30. The tontU Jay tX Latonia was cold and wet The truck was a sea of mud, and the Jockeys and horses whose luck it was to be In the ruck wore Bights to behold at the finish. The attendance was tho lnrgust of tho niectiug, there being many ladies present to witness tho sport. It was a favorite's day in nil tho rnecs except the Tobacco Stulas, which was won by Zulu, a 0 to 1 shot in tho books, while Maori, the favorite, was second. Marchiua won the third raco and was well backed at tho odds oflcrod by tho bookies. The prettiest race of the day was the second, with only three start ers, Unlucky, Jcwol llan nnd May O. Tho first two ran head and bead from start to finish; whilo running np tho back stretch tho three could havo been covered with a Lhmkot, so closo were they together. First Kuce Soiling; for thrco year olds and upward; seven and ono-half 'furlongs. Kedar Kahn 104, AIon,4 to 5, first; (!upid 118, lilaylock, 4 to 1, second; Maid of Or loans (no rider given), 8 to 1, third. Custcel 100, l ux; llonito Itollo 104. Sim mons; Warrior 102, Mollins; (Jet 91, 1-ewis; Muntnpeuk 108, KliaoftVr linidlied in tho order named. Kedar Kahn cot otT in the lead, with Cuiiid second. Tiieso two In creiiHed their lead and led the entire way, Kedar Kahn winning by six lengths from Cupid second, Maid of Orleans third. Time l:4r)J. fcecond itaeo Sweepstakes; for three-year-olds; $000 added; uiilo and seventy yards. Jewel Nan 100, Stovnl, 3 to 5, llrst; Unlucky tin, Finncgan,3 to I, second; May U 01, Niel, :i to 1, third. Unlucky was in front when the Has fell, Jewel llan third. 1'aMting tho stand Jewel liau was a neck in front of Unlucky. Tho three ran neck and neck around tho lower turn and up tho buck stretch to the upper turn, where Muy O fell out of tho race, the oilier two ran through tho stretch to tho wiro head and head, Jewel ltun winuiiii; by a heud from Unlucky second, fifteen lengths iu (rout of W;iy U third. Time l:f7. Third ltaco For three-year old and tip word; ono mile. Mnrrhma 103, Warwick, b to 1, won; (iilford 10", Fox, 0 to .", see end; Carlton (HI, Freeman, 10 to 1, third. liite Nomi 104, Allen; Dad 10:!, Overton; Flitter t'), Finnegan; I'mbus 00, Itay, lln ihed in tho order named. Flitter was in front when the drum taed, Carlton sec ond, who was leading at the quarter but iruvu up to Flitter ut tho halt, who gavo way to Marchiua before reaching the three quarters, who led thcrtwlof the way under the wire, winner by a length from Gillord second, C'ail ton third, tho rest strung out. Tunc 1:V)). Fourth liuce Tho Tobacco Slakes; scll Jnir, for three-year olds and tipwurd; fl,t"H) adiled; Neven-eighths of a mile. Zulu 100, Allen, 5 to I, won; Mauri 111', tuvnl, U to 6, fcccotid; l otiliiio lo;t, Fiunegnn, 0 to 1, third. Marchburn hm, Fox; Landlady 11'.', lliiy; t'ataljia li5, Warwick; litook ful 100, Overton, Hninlioil in the order named. Zulu K"t oil' in the lead, Lutmtiiirt Becond, who pivu way to Maori an lliey entered the buck stretch. Theno three ran totP'tlier all tho way, Zulu winning by n length from Maori second, Leouliue third. Time 1:115 J. Fifth liaco Selling; for twoyear-oldit; five-eighths of a mile. Kllen lfoii'.'lii HJ, , btephuus, 4 to I, won; Tioa luo, I ree nian, 3 to 1, nfiinil; l.'hapmau VM. Kay, 3 to 1, third, hunnvhrxik 100, .Iuiii-h; Mirsl'dcmd 101), Overtoil; lliiinljoo 0.1, Har ris; IUIol'4, .Neil, tinUlicd in tlie older named. Tioj-a got oil in tho lead, and held it all tho way to near tho wire, where FIU n iHrnu'lus collarol him and won by a leiuth, 'Jioga second, Chapman third. Tliue-liWiJ. ioiiay's kmthik. Following are the entries, wnihU ail pools on tomorrow's Latonia r.vs: Klit IIjmv Thfr iiwrlr fif a lull: ai'llln-. Plu-.rt. iij. IK (lain.tr. II.'. fi; Jail I unit, luu, l. I tills Uiirllm. :. Hull in. I, nil, i mui luv One nine, n'llliii. kwlar K halt. I'M, tin; lHMav. Iul, lb,n Air. lui. N !.( Ilia. nil. i-ir Ikll, la ttiu, hn, Muuua-l- .ik. IMi. Iielil it TMrO llm-- l-'.Mir an.l half furtnniia. Ilallyhnn, lie. I4, A.lcle M. lie. IW, la.ly nia.'alinni. IK fnh I if II H. I'ls : rin I'.imt. tin, . la-v--Im-r, IID, t lli-vinta Wtiiliiw. lui, Mara, u klfir L Srl'l. li minli Kaiv hl an! arvcnljr yarK htn'lli-ap Ciuinlani It- lis. v. hail lui, tit. I'rulma, Ml, tl, luiii II in. lai. .. n-;. I.SI. Huh llaro-Tlin--iiatl'ra ot a mile: -nantlin Haki-a. HlarftT !! I. 111. t II, IVnn I', I .'I. II". inula.!. IU Sa, A..nlli II I. I... Mary Mailer, 1".. tl; AMi'iio. Iin. H; l.llllan l.ln.y, liu, ft, iMlvil.k 1, 111, II, r UuiUau, III. U ATUKItlllMI. llaainfrr Win a ralar Irlary In hhsrl Hnrr. New Yoiik, May :;0. A damp wind from the ocean blew al1 the alteruoon and mado wral coiuforlablo. After tho sec ond raea a light rain brgnn to fall. Tho scratching of Mr. 1'iehnotit' roll H. Carlo, and Senator IIennl'a lVi.'lanit from tho Tremont slakes, was a great diapoint Cient to tho public, for they were exacted to uiuko a battlu royal. The victory of Hanover in the first raco was a very pop ular nnn. Fimt l'aco Half i mile. Starters: Han over, Martha, Ulue Koek, Jsr K Ja, Forest Kinif, 'Jipuluir, IiiiIm', Little llareloot. Jliueiver won in 0 4s, llltio Keck second, Forest Kinit third. S.'eond Knee Mile and an eighth. Starters: Hurt h, Ilelinda, Hio lloiirlmii, Fsirrixter, Kroincr Itun, Fiauk Wurd, Vim burg. Ovid, lielinds won in L.Vt, Frank Waul second, The KoiirUm thir l. Thiid Kai Treniont stakes, threo quar ters of a mil". Marlcra: i'lidinhaw, Ans rondo, Cayiiin, Civil Service, IUiiki net, Totso, Flsi liush, Mixtion, Folly. Kadi aha won in 1:10, Cayuga aecon.!, Iinipiet third. ronrih Ifac Mile and an eighth. Start, era: Zeplivriis. Tcnny, l)iig Island, Jay lee, Sliilai lil, Major loiiii, The Forum, My Fvllowr, I '1 1 1 la udi r. Tinny liiwt, Mnjor llonio second, lunu Inland third. Tune 1.54. Fifth ltsen Fivo-elvdilhs of a nillp. Starters: I'rlmna, Onward, Iliitatelle colt, (VnUiiir, Insight, Martha, Kipley, itow Ksderrolt. i rhsnn lirst, Mai tha second, Cenlaur third. Tune 1:0:1 Sixth Knee Mile. King Idle flrt, Sat isfaction second, CsrncgiM third. Tune 1:4.:. Nventh Itaro Six furlongs. Slonlngton Cist, linn Cloche ws otid. AT H.i i. FAMK. An Allrartlve OpNlns-l lrMsl line alk-r. Nkw York, May 3d. The Jerome Park race rourw) is now believed by many to be the uimt pirlunmpie in America, and never did it look lovelier or more attrac tive than today. The skies lowered up to Dim in. Tli sun, however, tame out very brightly stxiut 1 o'clock, but a flno breese trnirod the rays aod made it delightfully cool. The track today was in the finest ptswihle condition, though a Ilitlo dust on top. First Usee Fourteen hundred yards. Fred B, Bnnnor Bearer, Salisbury, Boss, Ballston. Ballston woo la 1:24, Boss sec ond, Sulisbury third. Second Knee Milo and a halt Start ers: Bavarisn Devotee, May Queen, Paradox, Hainbow, Pruidoss, Homeopathy, riuubo. Druidess won in Oii'Ji, Devotee second, Bavarian third. Third Race Mile and asixtoenth. Walk over for Firenjsl. Fourth ltace Mile and threo-sixtoenths. F.urus Oypsey Queen, JAB. Eurus won In 2:00, JAB second. Fifth Race Ouo Mile. Starters: Diablo, Orator, Frio, Itansoin, Koportor, Sunshine. Diablo won in 1:401, Eric second, Report er third. Sixth Raco Milo and ono-oighth. Aurelio, Orillamiue. Aurelia won in 1:5SJ. Seventh Race Three-quarters of a mile. Starters: Miracle, Little Minnie, Firelly, Queen of Hearts, Crusader, Uon. Ney, Miraheau, Annio M, Arab. Miracle won in 1:18, Miraheau second, Little Miunio third. today's kxtbirs. Flrat Rspc Klvo (iirlinin sud a ball. Telelhone in, Iiiiio 11:1, Way yuwu lie. Kccma Huco One mile. Long Knight, walk over. Thlnl Rar Mile tnd in elxlitb. Oyincjr Queen lift. Hi U.I. Aiiri.iimv 113, llollilay 11:1. Heuurlts 11.1, BiiiKliino nm. I iirlnlli lil. llHylliht IH6. Koiirtli iUcn Tlm-u-qiisrien ol a uillo. Brown Churlle 110. Khatntiti. ljn.-ly u. MxlhlUco-l.l.iojunla. Miracle 117, Crispin 1(VI, Mule Jnko 103, fruvulcr leu, Harbor l.liflit Vi, Tiink al. Hfih and acrcnth rare did not fill. Entries rloio at 1 o'clock p.m. uniinrruw. TroltliiK Uarn Today. Thore will bo lots of fun at Montgomery Park today, and as tho proceeds will be devoted to tho orphans there ought to bo a large attendance. The admission is 60 cents; ladies free. The card embrace three races. Mr. F.ugono Willott enters Pilot Maid against Charles tiullina's 1. P. llad den, mile heats, liest two in three. The next raco has throe entries. Wm, Forrest's Crossweight, Iv (Jant's McO. and I). J. Reybould'a l'attl, mile heats, best three in five. The great trotter, Billy Whito, will wind up the exhibition by trotting against time. l'robnbl Wlnurn Todajr. JKIIOMR rAIIK, Klral tlnce tnen, Icli'iihnne. 1 lilr.1 lu.-e I .c. Hoii.ii.y. Fuurth Kiipc llniitu liurlio. KhnfliiU, bull! Hack Mlrselo, l.llllo Jake. l.ATOSIA. Flrt Itaro Stnnrt, clamor, bwaut lUcvCaNUwav, Ke l'ir KUuU. Ililnl llaiD Rillyhn, (i-il i Fourth Haco-ijiiinlan IU-1U. linn Harria. rlllh llaco--j-turur taldaell, Avundnlit, OBITUARY. NnlliHU Corwllh. Ciiicaoo, HI., May 30. Nathan Cor with, for many years ono of tho most widely known citizens of Chicago, died last night. A flections of tho heart and liver caused his death. J. A. Neirrain. Ciiicaoo. III., May IM. A dispatch from Wichita, Kas., says: J. A. Xewconio, of Painesville, O., thebuildor of tho Paimn villo A YoutiKslowD Railroad, committed suicide yesterday in a bank at Clearwater by shooting himself in the head. I'uikhms Uajr. Ntw Oki.icaxk, 1., May JO. The Pio amine' Plaquewino special any: Tho lion. Edward J. Gay, memlier of Con gress from the Third Louisiana District, died al his residenco on St. Ixiuij Planta tion, near tui. place, this afternoon, ngel seventy-three years. His roinaius will bo taken to St. l-ouis for interim iit. OREAT CLEAItlNO 8 ALB Of the entire Children's Department AT OAK HALL, Determined not to carry this stock from one season to another, wo concluded to give our patrons and the public at lure tlie benefit in the astonishing cut down prices. Zn AM II I I.M T. 500 pair Knee Punts In all patterns and shades, IMu Your choice of all our flno Knee Pants in the house, iiouo worth less than tl.50, 7 Sr. Your choice of 'MO Sliool Suits, none worth loss than $:j.00 or ft. 00, 1.7a. Your choirs ot 200 Floiiticl Scliool Suits, worth &.&0, aa.ao. IbtUiYalnt llaraalaal All. Your choice of All our fine Knee Pants Suits in tho house, cuiisiaiiiig ol all-wiiol casti inures, i'heints and eorkscruwai sold alj Ki, jlj, Witljr 50 dot fancy, iiulaimderwd Prei ulo Waisls, oe. ii dox. Isteil patterns genuine Star Waists, 7e. This sal 9 Is fur Friday and Saturday only. Call early an I secure your bargains. At Till OAK HALL, 131 Main M 0mM Otld I rllawa Hall. HoU II AI.1.K. Alia Hllaa I Koxl week we will have our great clear ing sale for Men's Clothing only. Come and see us before purcbmlng else where. Orricxs furnished w ith towel rack, comb, brusli and tlean towel every uiorning for 25 ceuli r week, by Memphis blosm Laundry. Oruameot tw any oJiee. YESTERDAY'S BALL GAMES CHARLESTON PLATS A CLOSE OAMB , WITH CHATTANOOGA. New Orleans Finds it Quite Impossible to Lose to Mobile Pujol Eeturna to the Diamond League and Associa tion Games. Fpoetul Plapatcb to Tlio Appeal. Chari.mtox, S.C,May 30. Tlio silvery sea gulls braced thomselves up today, got their second wind and finally conquered tho coal hoavors by the splemlid score of 3 to 2, nftor a hot and exciting contest. Honnessy, who twirled tho sphere for Charleston, played great ball, keeping tho visitors down to two hits, and never giving a base on balls, while Carroll, who oflici ated for the Chattanoogas, was batted all over the field. Tho attendance was largo in spito of the cyclonic condition of tlio atmosphere. Following is tho omciAt, BVORK. CHARimros. a n. II r.o. a. a. osua. 1. 1 .... oiio o Haiiaay. a. a 0 1 !i 1 'i KHaaliiimniia, i b ... 0 10 1 0 8ls.leli)ii. e. 1 . 0 0 0 0 0 Hiaiachiildof, 1 b 0 0 7 1 0 Aydulnlto, 3 b. . 0 0 14 t O'llourke, r. f 0 2 0 0 0 Iti'iineaay. p 3 2 1 IS 0 Uraudt'uber(, c 1 2 15 1 0 Tobila .... ... S 9 at 4 ciiattasikxia. a. n h r.o. a. a. Miller, a a ......... 0 0 2 4 0 McCoy, r I. .. 0 1 1 U I Mills, '2 b 0 0 6 S 0 olKIIII, O I 1 1 S 0 HoUlllIK, C. i . 10 10 0 Murray,. lb 0 0 12 0 Knr.l, f. ( ... 0 0 0 0 1 Kiiu, 1 b .. 0 0 14 0 0 t'srrull, 0 0 2 7 0 Tetali 2 2 i7 '21 2 llv Itinlnim riiarlxMuii 002000100 S UiatUliiKKu - 000000200 2 Klimninrv- lvirnn.1 fnnul'1linrliaf nn 0. Two imso hits McCoy. Tliroo baso nils llennussy, rinit lmso on halls Chattanooga 2. Left on bases Charleston 4, ChuttaiKMiKa 'I. Struck out By lien nessy l:t, by Carroll 0. Passed bulls ltrandciiU-rg. Wild pilch llennessy 1. Double plays Miller, Mills and Nusx. Time of gamo One hour and thirty min utes. Umpire Hillery. Nrwr Orlraas Itrfrala Unblln. Fiai-lnt lilapatcb lo 1 ho Apnal. Nkw Oui.kans, Ia, May 30. A small crowd saw a poor gamo. Mobile was an unequal match for New Orleans until the latter put in McGuirk, tho big llrst-baso-man, to pitch, so that tho visitors could have somo fun. Mobile picked up Pujol and played him on third. 1 lo lias not been on tho diamond for a year and w ill bo a strong mau a soon as ho gets into trim. omrui. M OIIt, aiw osi.KANa. a. aii'r.n a. k. P.illmnnn. c. 1 12 110 ImhIv. b 2 2 11 0 Holland, aa.. .. 10 12 I Mroiilra. I b. . I 1 7 0 I ruwfii. r. i , a a i i e Want. 2 b llano Minion, I. L it 1 b 0 2 I u 0 hpli-s, n... 2 2 0 4 I 1VII), a A, L .. . 2 0 0 1 0 Totals is U n 1.1 Monii.s a. ai.ii Jr o. a. a Tnuliejr. r I 2 2 S O la-wla. C. f 0 12 0 0 oaliauli, 1. I 10 4 1 O l'il. lb 1 2 t I 0 tarrt-ll,2b . .. 2 17 2 S I'i.M. b 1112 kliiis. s. 2 2 0 1 I K line, r. I 0 4 112 kully, 0 0 0 4 I JT.Hali.. S T. 10 lly Innliiua S. w (irlvan 1 1 S I 0 1 0 0 1-1 1 M.a.iic. u 1 o v o l I o l- Summnrv: 1'nrned runs New Orleans 4, Mobile 9. TwoIiomi hits Polliemns, Powell, Kline, l srrell, King. Stoh-n h:M-s New Or.enns 0, Molnln i. iKiulile plsys Totihir and Famdl. Base on balls (ir Petty I, Mctiiiirk I, Kelly 5. Hit by pitched ball Metiuirk and King. Struck out -By Petty 7, Mcmirk I, Kelly 1. Pass balls--Touhv 3. Wild pitches Me dunk I, Kelly I.' B.iIk.Mci iiiirk. Timu of it nine Two hours and eight uiinut . Umpire Tin W. Hurst. Olfcrr Tnlanlay, At Bid I i more Morning, rain; evening, Baltimore S, Kansas t.'ily Z At Boston Morning, PhihIoii 10, Chi cago H; evetri'g, lUsiton won. At Washinffton Morning, Cleveland 3, WsshinKten 1; rvninir, ram. At Columbus Tho Columbus- Imisvillo games postponed on account of rain. At New York Morning, Indianaxhs 0, New York S; evening. New York won. At Philadelphia Morning, Pittsburg 0, Fhiladc'plr'a I I; evening, i'ltt-hiirg won. At Philadelilila Morninif, Cincinnati 0, Athletic 3; evening, Ciuciunali 1, Ath letics ti. At Brooklyn Morning, St. Iiuls 8, Brooklyn 4; evening, Brooklyn i), St, Uiuis Tkstaame Taxi ay. Tho following teams will play today at the Dummy Lino Park: Memphis llr-la Mrini.hla. Utkm IHiil-' !!. Mi Hi lil ...lt fil.l h)an IhiiiiiiI !.. Hli iulwrjir.. Ural la- ( a-Miday. ...... .Hi-l Imm. I'm,, oml Immi iMIln... I'll ll'lil Mi Allien II I IU lleM Kiilua ..1 lilld laiv. Ilr.i'lerlrk Jifrl-1ip Viiiikovur -hntlatip. iililaiiia Il.lr.l l,a Ke,ly vlltrr llehl, WimI w.tllli-r n-'i III I. lie ..! alrher. lUallin .. I'll, lief bauawioe. I'liclier. (i'anlli k,. ....... Can ln r (iame callod at 4:30 o'clock sharp. Ad inlssiou to grand stand '.'' cents. 4 LOCAL DIlEViniML Si-ntlering Hakes of snow full hero yes terday for ulioiit II vo minute. Misa Pruitl, living opHsiUt the Misiis slipi A Tenue.wcD dejiol, was robled last nitflit of $'!. Charley Williams was bound over by 'Squire Oarvln yealeiday ou charge of cow stealing. Tlie residence of Mrs. William Burrows, No. IP.' Monroe street, was broken into laat niiiht nnd an tllort made to lire the premises. l ire broke out In tho sawdust of the Chickasaw CiMiicrsgo Couipsuy yesierdsy, but was extinguished befoiu any dumage waadonn. Theiewill Ihs an enterlsimnent at the A iiiuli nr Athletir AsavN-ialioii cluhrooma this evening consisting of athletics, danc ing ana sopitcr. Mis. Rose P. Ihomiisnn's bi-neflt lakes plai'o loiiiht at tho theater. A charming concert pioi.un is anuouncod and a largo audience is assured. Sam Klsin, the first engineer that ever pulled a Ihroitle on Hi" .McmtiMs A Ohio, now the limsville V Na-hvilln Railroad, Is in iHoiver, Col., and write to his Iriend (apt. M. II. Rixlly of the wonderful ptriirissof lh Moiiulain City. Justice (ii.rvln fined Pink Oonnslly SIO for wile Ix-ntinit yestetdjv. Pink uuleind a plea In almleiiieiil to the cllwt tlmt he bad not thrs-hed his s")iie In two years. Whuu the Hue was assessed Piuk said that SILVER MOON FLOUR 06.00 PER BARREL. NEW ROE HERRING. BALDWIN KN0WLT0N & LAKE m Largest Stock or Screen Wire In tbe City At nottoni rrlrei. 387-389 MAIN STREET. Panent. Williams & Co.. Headquarters for Builders' Hardware, Mechanics' Tools, fine Cutlery, Etc. Memphis, Tenn. Tbe Cbeapest and Best Place CM J to nT Yotir h4Tn ltoor mill luitows Mutlflt, 387-389 MAIN STREET. next timi'l ho would trounco her soundly and then "commit suicide like a while man." "Tlio Threo Pluck Cloaks" at Jackson Mound Park tonight, A peiforniaiice of the delightful oira was prevented last night by the unfavorable weather. The pupils of the ltaptist Itiblo and Nor mal Institute gave a miisicalo last nilit, which was highly enjoyed by the largo crowd present. The prollclency manifested by tlie pupils relleets great credit on their capable musical instructor, Mrs. J. A. Hooks. 'Spilio Coleman is the first Granger on record who has put clothes on his cloer stacks. He purchased, according In the veritable 'Spnro I'.lncknell, 4, (MM yards of domestic and had tlie goods made up into coverings lor his clover, which gives his Held the appearance of an army camp. Sum Ie, n Main street lauudryman from tho tlowcry kingdom, swore out a warrant against 'a young in in know n among tho sons of men ns "Jim." It seems that .Inn has buvu making a target out of Sam's windows, whereat be threw with malicious precision liiollnils and rocks. Tho Turners' Tournament for the silver nip, ottered by llotchkiss A tinge, eon hled for by Messrs. Mason, llrown, Kico, Falls mid Arms'roiig, to have lnen played yeslenlay w:is prevented by tint weather Slid w ilt be commenced this adernooii nt the Memphis Club grounds, at 5 o'clock p. in. It leaked out only yesterday that CnpL L. Traik's tesidenco on Uavbiiru avenue, wan invaded by sneak thieves Sunday night, whodH-reaw-d tho Captain's piMNcmooiis by Inking two of bis lineal suits of clothing, his revolver und a lluik of soiiielhing he had provided for tlio delec tation of a friend exis-cted next day. PERSONAL pomra Mas. Wm. S. J'liri iM, formerly of Mem phis, died nt Waahinu'lon City ycalcrduy moriiiiig after a long illnes. Tn a lit-v. J. W. Ingram will h'iyo a short sermon tonight at the Mismwii'iii Avtnini Mission Climcli. Tlio neighboia aud friends uro roiilmliy invited. Ciisi'ixii.i A. I. Ilui.ev, Most Fx, ell eut (ir.iud HiK'h Priest of the Stale of Missisaippi, wits a visiior at IN-Sito llo Monday night, and witnessed the con ferring ot tho third degive on a candidate. At Frunsioli Hotel: V, Albert Hunter, Golden laikc, Ark.; J. A. Mcc'inson, Ox ford, lia; W, CuniiiiiKliain, (Ixlurd, Miss.; P. F. Itohhin, Marion, Ark.; F. I. (iilinan, Tusciinihiit, Ala.; J. T. Allen, St Imuih; A. J. Purkn, Chicago. Ar the Penbody: The Itev. Joe Jones and wile, Cartera'ville, (in.: C. C. Iliiilon, Itii liuiond, V.i.; VA I. ICdholm. hi. bmia, O. M. Norman,-Hi inkley; Charles II. Ad ams. New Orlean; (ieorijo F Hillinil), iiniuiville; tall l-uwueu, . r. llowileii, Martin, Tenn. At Putty's: F- P. Ponner, Pversburt;, Tenn.; J. S. Sell-is, JaekMin. Tenn.; It. V. Noble, llom.liile, Miss.: A. If. Ham Her, (,'ollierrille; J. A. I'arKiln, Sleveiisiii, Ala.; K II liblx-ils, Padueah, Ky.; A. A. Jnni-s, W. tl. Tlioinpaoti, Kerrville, Tenn.; M. I. Fudge, Kauris City, At the Gavo-o: ('. C. Whilehniat, New York; Otto WeUr. Chli ao; M. I. Sargent, George II. Nettlelon, Kansas Citv; John I. Adams, I itilu Uork; II. ILSliido, Nnlchea; W. II. Ii'itloti, Chicauo; G. I, Ilavidsou, Wsor Valley, Miss.; Mrs. 1. W. Prow ii, W c.it Point; Miss C. Clnptuu, Helena. Ha. A. ('. Knii.MiA't. and family, Grenada, Miss.; Mi as liulh Kuykindnil, Gri'iiada, Mim.; I. I. Poyd, Newpoit, Tenn.; J. II. Ncvn.na and family, I tn.i tllla, lis.; F. A. I'rako, Vickslnirg, Mihs.; t'. C. I'srUr, Pipley, Tenn.; W. I. Morris and fainilv, all Hill, Mia.; I. II. Cramer, Huti lunsoii. Kas., are regis tered al tlie Clalelnlull Hotel. !L Kikimii:, Allan); M. Alkinson. McKenme, 'li mi ; W. It. Pit hardaon ami wife, Kossiilli, Mi-s.; C. T. Smiili, l.ntln llis k; John W. I l.ir i.liiun, lnnaville; It. F. lieed. Nab In-, Mia.; Sirs. II. Misire, Clnrksdale, Mi. Mis. M. k Ward, lmis ville; V. htrj r, lUmbnin, Ti x.; (,', GimmI rich and fniinly, iseeola, Ark.; I. J. (irillitha, Pcrryvillc, Tenn., are al tias ton's. W. (5. Pax-:!;, r.f Tyler, Tex., is at the Pcahody visilins Ins mother, Mrs. M. Parke. I lo is vu inula from California, where, loitell.cr with his brother, It. II. Paker, bo oc!i lo ninku bis homo. They ipj eoni.iiei"in d a Sla'.o n-rtit for tho Provident lai" Aaaiiinm-e, of New Yoik, bavin? li:i cnliro Paeilir sloim for their Held of o ra'inns. These uenllcinen ere nnllvn Memi loans. Wo wish theiu great suitress. KlOIiT tAll.H! Klulir CA8H3I ConUlnlnv Uvnr l.o.ixx), DO.000 Iru portud Cigar Have been lecciw.' l by US dilect foiin Havana, through tlm Meiophi Custom. Ilousn, dining l'i" r',t witX, nmoiig which are TijIi.-'Imiss, Henry t-'lays, I'lor de Hutncln in mel many oilier eipislly line and ataiela'd hrsnds. We am tlie only tlrm in h -mphis who receio fro quont thlpmeiiis of iiiiHirteil cluars ami our patron rn ll.iTcl.ne enabled to g"t only fresh cigar frmii us. I. Mt.sl.y A Co., The lirect Imrirler of .MeinpUia. P. 8. We sell IliwImII ticket. Subax ribe lur llio Weekly Appeal Wire Cloth -IN- Green, Drab and Figured Patterns, Door and Window Corner Irons, Spring lllngea, lmir Pulla and ( ali hra JACKBUN'd DAOQINQ FACTOUY. Tbe Action of the Ulrmtnirhivra Wheel Will Not AITHCt It. Hns'lnt PUMtch to Tho ApHiil. Jackson, Alius., May llik The directors of the bagging factory have been called to meet here June 7. l'i rector llccman, who has been beio several days issuing certifi cates of stock to subscrilHrs, aav the ac tion of the Alliance and Wheel Conven tion nt r.iriiiiiiL'liaiii will not n licet in the least the establishing of tho bagging fac tory hero und Unit it will I si established unless subscrilK'rs to thu stcs-k w ithdraw theirsulisciiptioiis. Wk havo JunI received a Large load of Pittsburg tins Cuke, very tine, Pittsburg nnd Anthracite Coal and Ash and Oak Wood. C. P. UiiVAN A Co. Kir.it. WII.ISA1 tslilniii on Mrrtwrltirr nri'line. Tlmr-ilM r iiiiiiiniii. Ma; Imj, al II iiYl.i a. I'l irs Iiiiam II, ai. I luullltl anil i Java, .n ( II A. ami tullle V. Wllln. funeral will tike .Uv (nun rt'l'lenrr ilila IH. IMVI nmriiliK al II ii'rlia-a. t.OIIHK SllTli-W. 1(.SN KOVAI. A 1(1 'ft rllAIMK.K, n ?J, K. A . M. - Iln nlllis-ia ami iiirniU r Yy will all-il l a "is-ll iii,,Htiliiin on lit W mi hi, Man ill. al a .1. 1. a. lor wiirk In IIik Mink Ma-irr' I, atviv V iallit iiniianliilia liator llany ati'i cor.iKii) iiithi-!. In i.r.. rnl M Ma i s .losrs. M, r. It. P, Aileal: IS.U.IS ('. Taaera. Ms rulnrv. BUY THE ONLY I r i .i ri- Tl m : a BEST THE CAIt DORDCH Ha, mllal4 Ut rrsufsUa fat AHOIUTT rvnirr t a quahtm or can;ut. AS A FOOD FOR MFAfcTS IT HAS N3 EQUAL roa sat n ix (roccn and CruQjIati Cvcrywlicra RftTWRSeTa aaavaa- THREE DLACK CLOAKS. Cnnmrnrlng Tnrattaf, Mmr 9. Mk-MIr I'urlng Ilia ttirk (Hatur ilajr rio.lr..) SATI HIlAV M 1lil:r. Mnlllmai. J P. Aitnillnll, K. Mllll,K .O, AilMlaaluu. ('In. TU Vrl OAlrr, SOU Mill I :rt PHOIX WIRE WORKS. im rn ti si u or Screen Wirj Doors H Windows at UihiiiiU KiimiUIm-I a i i'I F:m i Hard l t-nMiiiTp I'rlrr (jiurnl. v-l fl30 mONT 6T. Tolophonn 1,311 NOTICE. A. I iif ilm tiwl, nil rr-ma ttr i ti k i Ikuki k'nliis) llii iitc will ff m tiffin, -r. - rit ttc Issttol, i-i mv it'irrti y, n, J hIm mi-I nit iiih-l't"U wilt iief r'mt' l'tfaif. sum) M-tiu!. M l( l vt 1:1 a . rMtn th laUlf ol A. ltiilwf t"l. 10 FINEST l'EI! i VBUDSSIIIQila lfa--'lJHOTl lil PERFECT SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. MULFORD'S, 294 MAIN ST 0RGILL BROS. &C0, 313 AND 312 FRONT Avery Cotton Scrapers, Mitchell Cotton Scraper Randolph Cultivators, fida and V Hirrows, j HANDLED AND EYE McCormick Mowers, TT4HM A Q WAV T?ATcTT7,C BARB AND DESJARDINS, MILLER & HAWKINS 304 & 308 MAIN STREET, - - MEMPHIS, TENN. "Wli ol e s i. 1 o I-I ,'irdware STOVES AND TINWARE. AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINE! Chloflain Hay Rakn, Banner Planter, Campbell Corn Drill, Door and Window Screons, Galvanized Poultry Netting t,a.wr ;e,Wfra. Ton Proam Fror!ri. Hnnillod and Eva Hops. ) H.T. I.KMMOtf, TOMllAI.R. l'rcsul.niU , Yice-l'rraidciit. INCOIiPOH ATED, Lemmon S DRY G06DS,"N0T10N -AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOOD C0 and 320 Main Streot, MeraphlB, Tenn. DlltlirTDUH. It. T. .t MMoy, TOM . i . .iiii.i.r.ii. , if. muiim, w. 11. JoVNEit if i. iiiiKiNiiinv R B MOVAL! DEAN-LILLY COFFEE AND SPICE CO. 1IAVINO KKl liNTLY 1'UBlll ASK1) TlIK FOflt HTOUY HflLDIXO. InTos. 220-228 lrtOTSTP STlETn Known ss llii "(luYK.lt llMH'K." we have Iiruviil MS' liiin ry. nml lialnn eiilsiyril orders wiili irouiitn-ss and ilU.au li. tlie ills-nil trnn bratowed roiilinnuiire of tlin asm, DKAIST'LILIV COFFKK Porter & Macrae! GOTTONTRGTORS wholesalegr6cers 300 Front Streot, Mompliia. Tonn. WM. JACK & SONS POTTERY and IN A'.I, (lltADI'M, Wo control Marr. Maddock A Cn.'m olbratrtil EnB-lTh Iron Ston China. TM boHt and only rollublo war made. Wr rnr.y tho lnriroHt atock. WH MAKH THF1 TfVK-T IMtlOJ'.H. flinrciV3 ROI.TOITED. J. T. l.tDIAIiR W. II. LaPRADE, McGRATIl & CO. COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 204 FRONT STREET, t i i i t MEMPHIS. TENN. DERBY POOL ROOM IN REAR OF THE PEADODY HOTEL. TRACK ODDS ON VVIr. Ornnr'.in Wllh A'l rn Trai'Va. Mullins & Yonge, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants No. 370 Front Street. Memphis, Tenn. TO IIIII! ii -AND- Ill 11 llhU STREET, MEMPHIS. ; PLAIN WIRE. I W. I'. MiLLEH, Sccrotarjr. Gale Companv II. o, mTKfynirAM, til lint up our rsiubllsliiiicnt wllh Nw and Im lurllitirs nro now nn art'il Ui till our Tlmnktni! nil our ulil rut.uiii r fur on u In lliu and nlii itlng a w rsmaltl. rivij rcl fully, AND COMPANY GLASSWARE IJATTf - JOI1S McflflATII. ALL TURF EVENTS EYLSK IIWXVJV uuu CAREFULLY