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YESTERDAFS TURF SPORT
BACINO AT 8T. LOUI3 AND AT
Jiesults of ths Contests and ths Betting-
" Kansas City Resumes the Fun Attain
Today Entries, Weights and Pool
ing. St. Lotus, Mo., Juno 17. The weather
tras showery ' today, Uio attondanco fair
and the racing good. The track was not
iut, but firm and Bale.
Finjt Race Seven furlongs, for all ages.
Winona 127, Murphy, 6 to 1, first; Josiu
31 10J, Stoval, 4 to 1, second; Bcrenader
110, Seaman, 5 to 1. third. The others
finished: Fanchett 119, Donahue, 10 to 1;
Ixtion 111, Taral, 20 to 1; Chilhowio 111,
Covington, 10 to 1; Glocknor 111, Johnson,
4 to 5; Sleepy Dick 124, bloan, 20 to 1.
iSurenndur made the running until a fur
long from home, whero Josio M and Wi
nona camo through, and in a grand fiuish
the latter won by a head, half a length be
tween second and third. Time 1:31 J.
Second Race Five furlongs, for two
year olds. Watterson 10(1. Barnes, 6 to 5,
first; Lena Ban-103, Covington, 2 to 1, sec
ond; Kyrle B 110, Taral, 0 to 1. third.
The others finished: Joe Kevins 110, Sto
val, 6 to 1; West Anna 110, Soden, 12 to 1;
Hualpa 100, Sloan, 20 to 1. Watterson
made all the running nntil furlong from
lioiuo where Covington brought up Lena
Ban and a grand finish was the result,
Watterson just winning by a short head;
two lenirths between second and third.
Third Race Granite Mountain stakes,
for all ages, mile and a qunrtor, $1,000
added. Loe Angolcs 111, Murphy, first;
Mollio's Last 10(1, Johnson, 7 to 5 the en
try; 1'oteen llo, Btoval, 3 to 5, third; In
Bolenco 115, Taral, 15 to 5, fourth, luso
lemv and Mollio's Laat led. until a furlong
from home, where Murphy brought up
Los Angelua and won by a length from her
stable companion. Poteen was third, half
a length buck. Time 2: 14.
Fourth Race Adolph ltiisch slnkcti; for
all ages; one mile. Fayette 102, Johnson,
1 to I, won; Lela May 110, Covington, 4
to 5, second; Jlarry tilenn 114, Movul,
2 to 1, third. Lnviim Hell, St. Ledger and
Unlneky were scratched. Tho race was
run in the ruin. Lrla May made all tho
running until the stretch, whero Fayette
moved up and in a driving tiniali won by
a nerlt. Time 1:4(1.
Filth Race Steeplechase; short course.
I.ijero 100, Haydun, 7 to 1, won; Netlio
Wiitkiits 145, Cochran, 3 to 1, second;
Voltlgeur 152. Hiiinmcll, 3 to 2, third.
Thene were the only starters. Nettio Wat
kins led to the Hut, where I.ijero went to
the front and won easily. Timo .10A
The entries and pools for tomorrow's
race, the first extra day, arc:
r"lr.i Hare Kour Inrlmiir. llinaemcr lie, J1
tan I an llo. tlr. Naimlo I' 110, n VlrMrltic llu,
t. I.I. Ilia Im llu, lo, Ltflit J1U, A UlllllMlJU,
I t. loM llu. .
hnviij lUr Flro rnrlotiin. Dtumr.y "Inne, Jr.,
Ilk. SO, Waiuraon IIM .i; Kyrle II I lx. tin; Leu
lt. -M: am B liK, J.w Si'vlm uh. r, vteh.
Tlilr.1 Ka tvvi-ii liitl.Hina. kxiarat liare 1
If. H.-.I Ku.ne lot. .'V May w .v. Kfttl- Kim
)".. Mlnh lu lh Im.lr lui .!.; Nea f
M.'. J; HIk llnmn J" Ul, IIU7; l.uk AletamU-r
Jin. n.i; tuMrral iri (II: kiilnai !', t Jiui Navo
: liaanllnc H;. V; rtlii'iiv I 'Irk l, ( .
Knitrili Kai svon f urUnira. i.ira Ki-her 91,
S Kwiim III. Ki; Tinier lu tz iilixamT I'll,
at, ji'iiui Mrrarianu ta n; iu.uia lui, tltl-.iinv.
im nm w. AruuJil iimiu; t iMiaral KH, t. I lill-
fiiih K.-On mills Whaler T ll.V Sim:
fMrlili'.iwu nil, l :IV, Hariimn Ha., y.r, inrtr
I'M. r Ali'hnnwu. tXr. Hi.lnuetUi Im. IJt Mamia
Hum li,U; Inluikjrwi, m.
1h Heaalta Hi Hrlaliloa RMrb.
lininiiTo IIkacii, X. Y., June 17. Tho
track liere today was good until tho see
end race, wheu rain rendurei! it heavy.
First Race Throe-fourths of a mile.
Starter Duchess, Centaur, Harrison, Ur
Lann, Kipley, Roaa Ksdor colt, lilly Kin
ney, Fiorita, Honey man, Woodranee. I'r
Imiiiii won in LIS, Ripley second, Flori la
K'cond Race Mile. Starter Clatter,
Tat Diver, I'ut Moran, I'.luo Line, Way
wnril, Codtello, I'riwpert, Revolt gliding,
Anomaly, Top hawyer, Ib fund, Hootblack,
Hftt, WynwiMhl, Kmvenier, I'tility. Line
Line won in 1:471, WynnooJ second, I'lil
Illliird Ice One mile. Flurlenc Japhct,
OiU.rn", Maia, (iiillus Dan, Donald, Car
rie , lUveller, Red l?af, lueS, (ilen
rlill, Vivid, Clariiwa, tjtieil, Amelia Rives.
Vivid won in l.uUj, t'arrio U second,
Fourth Ruro Mi!a and a sixteenth.
FurcTK I'etiiloa, I'mpire, Hinglrsloue,
My tn, Ijinnca, Sillec K. I'mpiro won
In I .Vl, My Own m-cond, IVriclea third.
Fifth Race Mile and an eighth. Mart
cm: Ton-lltMiker, J. J. (I'll, Ronnie rl,
White None, Ivy, FrfHiaiiM. Nubaltern.
Roiuinui won in 2.03, 'fen lkxjkcr second,
W hue Nose third.
siircmiiKAn mr rNtnira.
Kiral Rr-HT-lhlho( mile. liriiol ll
Ji.Iiii Alwnal II'.. M U.rl.1 II V, H. Jane ll
i.r.intmnT I IV Wn. ai.r 1 1 . t'lvll KiiK'a ll.
hal.il U rUU'il.h II s la-anlllr 'I-
Harr oiw mllr. Jiiivl- r 117. Firn il 117,
ln-1-Nt..r Ul.'l. atiO.-.tlll IIA hnmlK barllv IIJ,
Manilla Vi, Llbdrlll V'., Jt.-aliu M, llmilwr llan
llilM ltiu-()ii mill-. Mal'lnll. In( talamt
ll. I.iir-iirt-l ia, ll.fnrN'r ll lavoi.lala lull
llx. orator ll I'tm.iurv lla, H.ilvalur 1 lit.
frourtlt !( Mil ami 4 n'urt-'f. ilia aoliurtNin.
J'rrral iXU l.'i, Hai-rlaml l.ll. l a.lui' I .n. Iii-a-.l,,f
I l.'l. laram Hi Hk.l l.i, Kuril! Ut, U lla H
lu, iiaryo no. I omiriuam lu liairi-n r lui, iarmll
Joi. I.nm Hum is rnajiiial ik, VulunUvr Iki,
Knit Mara Mil anil an flalilh. Orldainma ll.V
J'r.-K- Jtiitfi 11 1, l-u tilr 114 In Ira) 111, lau
ma IAJAH I"", (.lory ml.
Mih luii Mllr ami iiiarlrnn lha turf. II 1 1 1
V'i'l I-'. Mra Annuel ll. H..lu-mlii 11 Lanb'
r 4,1,1 It.', 1.0.10 ll hL l.ukr IU Alum llu.
Kataaaa 4 lly Rn.
Kashas Citt, Mo., June 17. Following
are the entries fur tomorrow's races:
rti-l llara-Oii half nil'o. U Ut 1(1. Maud 101,
J.Ola II ll l.rarr I II H'7.
..'tvl larr-tna ni.tfl, Knlnr ti, Buunla Kllif
J., Vol. I I'U
lnlnl Kai-vrn rlslilh ( a mlln. arlllnf.
y.itn.i Klnf II', "l!i;il l.ii, HL AIIhiim iu7,
n l. ilia III, I iiiijt luj, Kil' IJi, Mailiihn luu,
Inuitii Kara Thfaa .iiiatlrra of ml'a. Ahaiiaa.
1al la in lev Jim ili-.l.) i n..n llu, Jiaa
Jti-rt' 1 1". linT li IIU.
HHh liara 1 i.iwiiarti'ra nf ml!r diiirrhlll
In r ai l"i. All' Marl H'i, i.la.lm.i,- In.'. M Mr
Alli.l.f V,, Vlrxla V7. lainlaiKa lu;, MaKvnia Hi,
l.ola li-ur :.
Prebabl Nlaarn Tailajr.
siiki riimn my.
Firal llai-St l alle. Mm llairr.
ininl Karv-lit-ian tor It lunula.
1MM kaiv- Uoiirwlnn'l, Ifliv
I.H.rlh Haral-IU'lav. lalaf .n.
Iil'li lla.a IMnil.ic. J A Ik
hlatu lUrs-lkilNrinlati. ru tuka.
At hums irr.
KiMI llaiv-lirarlii fit. I.nla ft
hi' iiml kam olil. Hiiuiiio King.
Il'lnl lUiV i AHMIia. l'loi.
rnorih liaiv Jlia utrlWIir. Jea Armtlrotif.
lltta llauv (ila'Uli'Ur. t au lallll).
AT T. tol ln.
rir t llar- Kanma I'. I lht,
.-.let lla.- k)tla II. J. Xi-tIim,
"I hit. I kii Mar W, Tlia I'O.lr.
fu'itlli lla - I iidiif. Hmnla.
llia Haa MUMnn, xoiM-tl.
mttm llTW tm IhTftRkarkaa T
7"ir "rf o Uif Turn ncently canvasaod
piiiinlni nl turfmen as to their opinion of
the probable inner of the Suburban.
Tho following opinions wrre elecited;
D. D. Mthers-Who do I think will
Win? lUerland ought to win. I hear
una talk of lUdgn, but haven't en him.
lialanil Is a very different looking horso
hi laat auvjiu
James (Jalway Th way 1 look at It
jcr aro only two horses in thj race-
Raeeland and Badgo. I think TUcoland
will win, but I hear great reports of Badge.
My horso Montague? Oh, I don't thiuk
I'll even start him.
Col. F. M. Hall I reckon Raoaland will
win. I don't see what's to beat him. Ho
can outrun any of them in the stretch.
He's a right smart sort of a horse just now.
Stay 7 Of course he can stay, lie's won
at a mile and a half.
James Ijiird (Monmouth Tark Ilandi
capper) Well, Raceland, I suppose,
ought to win, but I have an idea that Han
over will come near winning. Hanover
showed in his trials at Brooklyn that ho
hud all his speed, but tho Dwycrs tried
hiu so bard that they took tho heart out of
him for his races. I to hasn't raced for a
fortnight, and if they don't kill him with
trials he'll be a dangerous horso, and I
hear he's doing very well just now.
C. W. Rathgato-I think Raceland will
win; he's so good just now that I can't
think of anything that ought to beat him.
Badge I don't know about he's a littlo
horse, and I'm afraid bo don't class with
Raceland when Raceland is real fit, and it
requires a real good horse to win a race
J. R. Hubbard I expect Raceland will
win. (iallifet is spoken ol, but I can't
mako up my mind ho is good enough to
beat Mr. Uoliuor.t's horse. Ciorgo ouiht
to bent everything elsu, and maybo wm,
but Raceland ought to win.
Jamai Dwyer Well, I suppose Raco
land ought to win, if ho i half as good as
it appears. My horsa (Elkwood) isn't out
of it, though. LainoT ' Yes; he pulls up
lame every moruing, but that don't follow.
If tho paco is strong all tho way, as I sup
pose it will be, Klkwood can stand it, but
I'm in doubt if Raceland can. He can
beat anybody's hoiso through the stretch,
but if they go right out from the fall of tho
flag Raceland won't have much left to
sprint home, and that, you know, is tho
way he wins his races.
Win. Lakeland Only two in it Race
laud and Radge and Racelaud ought to
win it. He outclasses all the others.
There is some talk of this horso Charlie
Dreux, with lightweight, but I don't think
ho classes high eumigti.
John Hyland Only one homo in it
Raceland. Tho way he has moved hero
mornings has convinced mo. ItsdgoT No,
1 haven't seen him, but I don't think he
can win. Ho likes a muddy track that's
true, but so does Raceland. Uadge is a
small hornc, and at tho terrific rate they
run and the weight I'm afraid ho won t
do. Hanover? No, I can't make up my
mind that ho could win. Charlie Dreux?
Oh, no; be isn't good enough.
W. V. Maxwcll-This horso of Mr. Bel
mont's (Raceland) ought to win. liallifet
is a good horse when he's right, but he has
been complaining in his ankles and I don't
think they will start him. If they do I
don't believe he can win, even if the track
is muddy that day. Badgo ought to run a
good race, and I don't think llyron Mc
Clelland would have brought him all this
distance if he didn't have a good chauce
or showed him a big burst of speed.
Uorgo I don't know much about, but Han
over will have to mn a diflerent raco from
the way he did at Brooklyn.
Matthew Byrnes Raceland will win. I
don't think Badgo can beat him, both at
their best, Hanover can't run that kind
of a raco with a big field. Bulla B isn't
Anthony Taylor Of course it looks ss
if lUcclund ought to win. He is looking
bigger and stronger than he did laat year;
bo moves grand at exercise, and 1 think
he has come back to his two-year-old form.
But there is one thing tliat makes me
atraid about Raceland. The only public
form he baa shown was in beating'Fircnzc.
Now, Fironr.o hasn't beaten anything this
meeting. To be sure, she's licert asked to
give lota of weight, but she couldn't do iu
Matt Byrnes has got a good line on Itaco
laud by Firenze's raco. But aa Firenxo's
form is nothing groat Raccland'a beating
her can't be made to count for much.
You know, I don't reason from all this
that Raceland is not good, but that his
beating Firenze wasn't such a groat thing
aa oiie thought it was. Badgo is a smart
littlo borne, but I'm afraid he don't class.
Msv bo I'm wrong, though.
KMward Feakes Raceland will win.
I'vo seen enough of him at exorciao out
here rooruiiiua to settle all deubta about
his having his speed. Badgo is the onlv
one I think has any chance with hiiu.
Terra Cotta will have to be a tatter home
than he was at Brooklyn to handle tho
Jack Joiner Raceland first, Bad go
second. 1 guuHS that is about tho way
tlx VII finiak
Wllliam Jennings It seems to lay be
tween Raceland and l'alge, although I
hear (iorgo's likely to make a great race.
Walter ltollins KacelanJ ought to win
tho money. They may carry him too f:ixt,
but if he's with them at tho head of the
stretch he'll win.
F. V. fruodekcr Racnland's forto Is
speed; so is Radge's. If Terra Colla was
as good as ho was laat year ho might win,
hut it looks as if Ruceland'l chance was
Jacob rincus Suburban? Oh. Raco
land, 1 guiK. l,ooks that way, don't it?
Ueorge Black (iorgo ought to Mako a
hard race, but I think it lies between
lincelniid and Badgo. Clay Hock ton isn't
liMi clans enough.
James McCormick Raceland first; the
OONB TO LIMBO.
8am Marks Bent to the Workhouse for
ram Marks, who was fined f 25 in the
Criminal Court and given thirty days in
the workhouao wat yesterday Ukun to jail
and will have to servo out his term. Ho
appeared before Judge Dulloso yesterday,
and, with tears in his eyes and tremulous
voice, pleaded for clemency.
"What can bo done?" said his Honor.
"You havo had a fair and impartial trial.
You wore not satiarled, and yon took an
appeal to the ruprctne Court and that
court affirmed the finding of tho court be
low. There is nothing that can be done
"But," pleaded Marks, "I am unsblo
to work. I am suffering from blood lemon
ing and can do no work. Can't you let up
on me for thirty daya? You know my
previous character was good, and if 1 sp
Malcd this caoe it was by advice of
coiiiihcI. 1 didn't know what to do."
"You run not ehatiga anything now. I
have blood iuo uiywlf," said the Judge,
displaying a aoro band, "ami I sutTer with
it. Cio on to tho workhouao. You w ill
hive good medical attention there the
bent o( medical attention. I will loll the
stifierlntniidcnt to take good care of you."
Tho nilicur took his prisoner awav. Mr.
Marks la being punched tor striking a
man In the face with his flat, it is claimed.
lata latallaaM) Mill Itatlal OAT.
Pus Rirma, D. T., June 17. At the
council between the different bands of
Indians yesterday afternoon it was decided
ly them to hold another council among
tlirniaelves and then brisk up their camps
st this Agency and scatter to their homes.
If this is dona it will at least greatly delay
action here. The only Indians who are
now prepared to sign are those who were
either prfauiil at the diseunsion at Rose
bud or were Influenced by the action.
As matters now stand ther are In the
minority. The nponenta ol the bill hsvs
been aided by ontaid support, and lbs
united strength Is formidable. Ths com
aiMon tieU to hold a council this after-
THE LEAGUE GONE UNDEIt
NO MORS PROFESSIONAL BA8EBALL
IN TEB BOOTH THI3 TEAR.
Charleston Drops Out After Paying Off
Her Players Atlanta, Chattanooga,
Mobile and Now Orloans Will Attempt
. to Stay In Games Yesterday.
Special Dispatch to The Apil.
ClIAKLLSTON, a C, JllUO 17. Tho
Southern league was finally buried this
afternoon so far as Charleston is concerned.
The toaui was paid off and tho maueger,
Aydulotto, will tako them to Atlanta to
morrow. It is said that a four club
Leoguo, composed of Atlanta, Mobile,
New Orleans and Chattanooga, will at
touipt to go through the season. Tho club
has boon losing money steadily, but would
havo continued the sacrifice provided a
six-club leaguo would havo been kept up.
This is thought to bo the last of profes
shual ball in this city. Tho receipts up
to this date were $062, and tho expenses
The Atlanta Unavrlara Hlawkllated.
Nkw Ohlkans, La., June 17. At a
special meeting of tho Southern Basoball
lxfflguo the desertion of tho players of the
Atlanta Club hi Chattanooga, whero they
were paid salaries up to date, was investi
gated, and todav President Wharton noti
fied (Secretary C. II. Byrne, of tho board
of arbitration, of tbo suspension of tho
following players of that club: John
llowo, of New York; William Carey, of
New Haven; J 'an Qiiinii, of Mouth Boston;
W. J. Shea and Robert Tender, New Or
leans; Thomas J. Dowse, Alhauy; A. J.
Hoonutnann, St Louis.
Cleveland 7, Chicago 4.
Athletics 11, St. Louis 2. ,
Indiuuapolis, 7, l'ituburg 8.
Washington 0, Boston 2 (first gamo).
Boston 11, Washington 0 (second game).
Baltimore 10, Louisvillo 0 (first gamo).
Baltimore 10, Louiavlllo 0 (second game).
All other games poutpouodou account of
A lleneflt Kami lar Mrandad Flnyer.
A game w ill be playod today at Citiscna'
Tark for tho benefit of stianged leuuuo
players. It is to be hoped they will draw
a large crowd. The following aro tho
pint Ken. ruaiunri. lauu Haver.
.tali 1ht... ..KM. lla
.....Hn.rlii.ii lirmli'ni k
Kim l!a-e Kollv
h'iitiil IMmi hulllvaii
......'I Int. I IIi.m. ..... I. il.lh.im
Ia'H Fieliler..... I). I.amlli
,. t'liu-r Hflili-r .....Oiili.inllh
KiK lit t li I.U r........lloru
Tbe Bell and Elevator Boys of the Oayoso
In the Tolls.
I'd ward Lswson, a bell boy at tho
Oayoso, and Willie Lawrence, an elevator
boy at tho samo place were arrested yes
terday, tbo ouo by dipt. O' Haver and the
other by Defective Horan, on a charge of
complicity in the robliery of room nt
the Oayoso Hotel. Capl. O' I lavcr learned
that the boys were in ponacssion of somo
very fine silk handkcrcliiefs and upon in
quiry discovered that such article wero
among tho things stolen from Mr. Wad
dells room. When srrestol I ho boys con
femed that they were In tho scrnpe. A
prinU r namad lfarry Black poaseniud him
sidl of a skeleton key ami with a com
panion entered Mr. Wadilell's room wlulo
that gentleman was out Tho robbers
were carried upstairs In tho elevator by
Lawrence and tlin room was pointed out
to thcui by young , liwoun. Tho booty
secured amounted to something in the
neighborhood of J MO and w ith this Thick
and hia companiou fled, leaving die boys
to stand tho brunt of the allair.
LaM reuco gave bond yeatcrday evening.
Young l-awsoii was atill in a cell at the
station-house. To an ArrxAL reHirter he
explained: "I don't know where Harry
l'.l:u k is now. He had a skeleton key and
ojH'iied the door. 1 knew he hail the key.
VYaddcll was a regular bonnier, and I told
Black the number of his room. 1 told
him so long before tho robbery. I did Hot
see Black cuter the room. I knew he was
there. 1 know ho was there fornouood.
I did not tell on him or give any alarm,
bocauae Black had befrieudefl me once,
and I proujtHcd to say nothing. Handker
chief? I don't thiuk we have any of them.
I don't think any of thoin have bocu
funs 1 with us. I think it was merely a
tale started on ns. M r father is out now
looking for bail for mo. 1 don't know
w hether or not I shall givo bond."
Neithor of the boys aro nineteen yet,
and heretofore they have stood well. The
ollicers have not located the ring leaders,
and aa thero is no money to bring them
bark it located ol(urts to find thorn are
-a - -
(lor Maaajr lav Mailer.
aUarHia, lann., Julia 17, Ilia
Received from ".Viiiiiinr Fund" tho
sum of f 121. 50 for the rcliot of tho Johus
town sufl'erers. Jmii M. I'lcTKMa,
Treasurer Citizens' Relief Comiaillce.
Tfca Weekly rMl Ulfl.
Tho public aro rex-ctfully Invitid to
csll Monday and Tucaitay and Inspect tho
gifts of Tmk Wkkklv Ari'KAt, which will
lie on exhibition at the following placos,
Tliu distribution will Uke place January I,
lS'.K), when 1,510 gifts, sinountlng to
will be diatribiltod:
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A a t ar li eat m I ea al Srmitalt A karlea.
Ian Stall raait.
Night Train U-sves MetnphU at 10
o'clock p. m., arrives at Wanhiugton at 8
o'clock a. tn., New Vurk 2 o'clock p.m.,
Button II o'clia k p.m. Dsy Train leaves
Sleinphia at lO.iiO o'clix-k p.m., arrive at
Waahinton at HI 40 p.m., New York U:50
a. in., I'-iaton X'.M p.m. I'uUiiiau r-liH-M iit
to Wellington on both traiua, via Lynch-
layA a Maaaey's aaallaa.
They have uo equal.
They are always fresh.
They are always rood.
They are elegant for proacnt.
"OsAkk" Vlnegsr will jireacrve your
Hkleaand your health.
BALDWIN, KN0WLT0N& LAKE
Tho Chickasaw (iuards will probably go
into camp at Virginia Reach, somo time iu
Stock drivers aro now interdicted from
carrying big whips with which they send
unfettered horses living through tho
streets, at great peril to odeatriaiis.
Tho annual commencement of La Sa.
letto Academy will tako place at tho Thea
ter tonight. A novel feature of the lengthy
program is "Tbe Tudor Sisters," an his
torical drama in threo acts.
Messrs. R C. Lallnchoanl l'.d R. Hart
were called asido in tho Cotton F.xchango
ycatorday by Capt. Sam Frank, of Holly
Springs, w ho gave them 110 (or ouo banc
ball Uckot in aid of the Johnstown sutler
era. Harry Barker, a youthful colored tough,
was run in last night by Officer Richard
son, charged w ith tapi ing tho till of Mr.
l'endergraat, corner 1 alhoun and Main,
and attracting therefrom $7.50. Ho had
When It is determined to replace an old
building In Memphis with a new, tho lirat
thing ia to tear down the old, till the street
and sidewalk in front with tho rubbiah,
then take up tho financial and other pre
liminary details, at tho cud of livoorsix
There will be an intcrvatlug Ooapct
mectinu this evening at K o'clock held by
the Young Men's Christian Awtociution in
their room, No. 207 Main street. They
invite all the young men in Memphia to
attend. We know it will ho an hour
priilltiihly spent. Short talks and good
singing. Come; welcome, (or all.
The beautiful woik of child training sue
coanfully undertaken by the Free kinder
garten Aaaocitition will clone tomorrow for
the summer months. All inlennlod iu
knowing more of this !mMrtant work are
requestod to be present at the cloning ex
ercincs Wednemlny, the 10th, from lu to
1'J o'clock a.m., No. & Monroe aired, and
see the evidences of the practical cllorta in
Udiall of the children in our iiiidal.
Tho Woman's Filial Rights Amtociation
held another meeting yentcrdav afteniooii
in the parlors of tho 1 Yalxuly Hotel. Thoru
was (piite a fair attendance of ladies and
gentlemen, and conNpicuoiis smong the
latter waa the Rev. h'amuel Wataon. A
letter was read from Mian Suan B. Au
thonv, full of enrourngement and advice.
No business of imvortiiiicii waa transacted,
and the meeting wits adjourned until tho
hint Friday in July.
Cou Josra H. Hamilton, of Jackson,
Mias., is at the i'eabody.
Ji'iMia II immomi will leave for Toledo.
O., this afternoon to oi'cupy the bench ol
II ins Wilcox Korklrkt has giino to
Loitiervillo lor a week or U'n days to visit
rtdatives and friends.
Mn. ani Mas. W. II. Thomi'mix, of No.
4H."i 1'ontolnc sln'et, havo gone to Mobile
to viait relatives for a month.
Da. D. II. 1. St Timit axi. of Bolivar.
Mias., chairman o( the IVmocratic Fxoo
utivo Committee of Bolivar County, is at
Mias Nki.i.ir I.AWaox, who ha ocon
vixiting in Mimi'i. hna returned to tho
city, and is now vwiting friends at No.
. t'. Oiiiiii k, a prom'nent attorney of
Indianola, Mias., and the popular llper
iuU'iident of Kdticntion of Sun I lower
County, is st the I'eabody.
Skmatoii laiitM (. IIahiiis arrived in
the city last niuht fniin Texan. Iiaikina aa
(rc-h aud vigorous as s young sapling. He
win ue in town several Uava.
V T L'r, . .J I.. l:-
. . r.ni. i mmm , m n'i'iini 1 1 it . 'i I li j
sali-sman, leaves today fur Luiinville, ky.,
to accept a position with B. F. Avcrwjx
Sons, tho largo plow niiiiiufartiifcrs.
EIOUT CA8K.1I EIUUT CA8KHI
Containing Over 6U.OOO, 60,000 Im-
Have lieen reeelvetl by us direct from
Havana, through the 'Memphis Custom.
House, during the pant week; among
avltirh am I llli.mniM.ia llnnrt. I'lmvm
Flur de SAinclmin and many other eipislly
Hue and standard brands. We am the
only lirm in Memphis who receive fro
rpiiiiit nhipinents of iiuNirUnl ciirnrs Slid
our patrons are therefore enabled to gut
only fresh cigar from us.
I. FAMKI.ot A (Vv,
Hie Direct liiiorters of Mnmphis.
r. S. We sell bat hall tickets.
Weakly Bulletin Issued by tbe Btate
Following is the Tennessee Weather
Crop Bulletin issued by the Meteorological
iH-partuicnt o( the State Hoard ol Health,
co-oiM-raling with the United States Signal
Service, for the week ending June 13, 1M'.-.
Ooueral Condiliuns-The rainfall during
the week was tixcciwive and almost con
tinuous. In many sections very heavy
rains aro leporlnl, notably .Milan, 5
Inches in 0 days-, Trenton, 3.5.1 iin hes
In 0 days;. Woodwork, '.75 iticlii-s dur
ing tho week; Cotiiitftoii, 2..T'j liulies In
four days; Jackson, 1 incbea In four days;
Austin, .'..'s Inches iliirniJ llie week: Dun-
lap, :i.:t."i inches in four daya; Anderson-
Viiie, l.f.i Inch In ll.rev Ouvs, drecneville,
1.54 inch in fun I il.ivi Suuiiolly, I.5J
inch in live days, uiid I lorence htalion,
l.lll llicll in Uvii lUvs. Muuller stnouilts
am reortod st sever .d other stations in tho
.Note; It Is estiuiafe'l that one im li of
rainfsll on an cf ul land siiinuiiis to
27,154 gailonsof water. 'J 'heso rami have
been supplemented Ly almost ciiiitiuuoua
clotidincM, ronpiiiently there has
been comparatively little evapora
tion; ss a result, tho progress of
wheat harvest has been greatly
retarded, and tho injurv to tint crop from
this sud like caun s i Miuiot Is? estimated.
Tho growth of croia mid other vegoiation
has under the n. millions of excensive
inoisturu snd a me.liuiii temperature U-en
somewhat abnormal, and the growing
crops, as corn, cotton slid tohairo, aro
greatly In the need of thcpiopcr seasonabln
cultivation. The sj mg of clover hay aud
the harvest )ig of rarlv oats have been do
layod by the unfuwiril ln weather and
cunsnleribls loss, esM-i i illy to the former
crop, ia snllclmU'd. ih a fee days of
warm sunshine the condition ol crops
would be greatly luipiutod.
JUNE 18; 1889.
Bhelby County Democrats Deliver Them
selves Up and Employ Counael.
Tho indictments found by the Federal
Grand Jury camo liko a thunderbolt from
a clear sky on Saturday. Thero ia a littlo
fortuno in tho bundle for tho Diatrict At-
torney and Clerk, but asido from this they
win amount to coming, ruw there aro
w ho complain about this littlo "scoop,"
because the District Attorney has lieen
leading a forlorn hope so long that an op
porlunity td "makoeveu" on his monetary
liaises and perturbation of spirit as a
Oubcrnatorial candldato and a Presidential
F.lcctor, is not at all begrudged him. Tho
cases will uot soon bo triod, aud perhsps
may never bo tried. It is merely one
method of building up a sentiment with
the hope of securing a double half-hitch
on tho prejudices o( the next Congreas.
Constable R. D. Ixu gsvo himself up on
yesterday morning, llo could havo led
the Federal authorities a merry chase if
ho dchirod, hocauso the constable is fleet
of foot ami knows every bear path in the
ArkaiiHPS en no-brakes,' but ho concluded
to beard tho lion iu hia den. Counsel was
employed to defend tho accused aud the
following gentlemen volunteered Ihnir
services w ithout (ee or re s un L
Measr. (iantt A Patterson,
Mesars. Taylor Carroll.
Messrs. 1'oMon A I'tnum.
Messrs, Watson A Hindi.
Mcsnra. Turley tc Wright,
lion. Caney Young.
Hon. Nlmin (i, Harris,
Mr. K F. Ailiiins,
Hon. J. M. tirecr.
Mr. T. A. Ryan.
Theio ia another roll of honor that ought
to bo remembered. It consists of those
gentlemen who camo to tho front tinaohc
lled and signed tho bond of every Demo
crat who whs indicted in Shelby Countv.
Tin ae gentlemen are:
Mr. Tony Walsh.
Mr. Andrew .1. Harris.
Mr. liillH'M Riine.
Mr. Joe Williams.
The bond for each Individual was flted
at J ."its I, ami the auirrcgutp nmuiits up into
the figures eoiwiderably. When IhclioniU
wort- signed llioaccumd proceeihl in their
usual occupations a though nothing had
haplMMied. IMi bf, Wing the llrst to
siirreii.ler, tho list of lawyers is Ids by
right ol priority, but when he is through
with them ho promises to loan them out
lu his fellows in misery.
Ilia NrMsklt A 4 harlaatan Rallraad
Iasvlug Memphis at 10 o'cf.x k p.m., or-
ivi-a tn n aniiniKion at is u clin k a.m.,
Now York 2 o'clock p.m., lUmlnn 0 o'clock
p.m. second .ilay. l'ulliiuin hleepers tc
Waahinglou without chango via l.yiu h
A UaaS Tains.
Floyd A Mooiey's s.mIii, with pure fruit
juices aud ico cold, ia a dclicloiia beverage.
Memphis arrias Harfas,
Nos. hi and &) M iiiison Smnur,
rililders of Fine Vehicles,
- a. i
Rxmrkiit sells Tar Camphor 15c mund.
Preserves cars tannl woolen from mouths.
Diiinic Rcnkert's Soila and Mineial
Witters. '.'15 M.iiii st. llo kei is the In-at.
I.I i III. I It At rraiilaniainl n-iii.. No. II) lar
kfl air.i t. Miui'la)r ataiiin, Juu j;, Issv, .an,
Lu in an. acd i iiionlli.
runrral Irum irlil-nr llila (Tt fMIAYI altar
toon si S o rio k. Ktl. n U stol a.'.iiliilaiitet In
vilnl inatii n.l.
Ml.l'tll 1'il'i.K OK I IIIKK THN No a
t, A. A A. S. H, lull Ihine. al.l ImlilAa-
S li lllar merlin llila ill I.HAVl lnilil,W
Jtllii' l. wi. al a h 1 1. k for .ll-eit. h i.t l.n.iti..
fiuleiiltia ilin-a. nr. i aii.lhlau a lut;ol.,ro iwu'.
Di'.t will plea allrfiil .rnttiii.v.
I'v eli r W . MITI IICI.I, V. M.
Ail"i: p r. Tmi.ri, ..L l ui.
Fine Jersey Milch Cow
KdW tilVINO fllfR liAI.IHNs II: II DAY,
Will llo Knt.l at Anrilnn Tlila TI K'tHV. JI NK in,
st HiUtiui k, l.-MfiiHi.lMriT, Ha.nlr Tiiiii.Iu.
T. 1 VK timtV A in., Ainll.m.Tia.
Pilrlti lli" Kmrlila nf lliinnr I'lrnlf. lis-
lautrttl . IIih Ji tin. torn, ailfrrt-r. ill ai ,). al
Bi'riliin 1 II I l.-l V Mi. Ill, ji nk .-i. vi ,i.
nTI.-a. st 11 KM It MAI I.. r..rn.T till ml
kmiml ilsH All ara ItlMli.l S.lh i,iini,lll,.a
l.atim II. i.i-1. lll lu.au n iairlalilialltn.sii.il
.:ais. !) oiili'r i f
..." A TtVUHI. I tialtiii.ti.
1M llti II. aWn-tirr.
As ateiiion for Si trn iMn-li.ra in . xt lm
IU.IIT .ITV INst ItAMK toWI-ANV l.r tl.a
vnatiliiaj fnar alll Im In Id si Ilia ( iiui..ii)'i Oili.a,
onTt KPAV, Ji l t 7. PA
W II MiKH:r.. a.n.iarr.
CHIMES OF RORKAXDT,
ALL THIS WEEK
(tae'l Sal'irtajr Nlirlit)
rvitv HATHllMY, r
iri N All! t ON .HT,
Kit'? Sunilajr A llrro'iiio. toe.
TlrkM neire, Se Mnl Slral
PHGENIX WIRE WORKS.
asuracn aim) or
Screen Wira Doors U Windows
rKalhiialra rtirnUbH (lid .tA CUat Wink al
Rrsamialila I'rleaa UiisrnnteaiL
330 FRONT BT. Tslephon 1,311
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. .
THOMAS HAY RAKES
SEND FOR CIRCULARS AND PRICES.
0RGILL BROS. SCO.
DESJARDINS, MILLER & HAWKINS
C94 & 398 MAIN STREET, - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Chieftain Hay IUk, B&nnor Planter. Oampboll Corn Drill,
Door and Window Screens, Galvanized Poultry Netting
Sowars. Ice Cream Freozera. Handlod and Eye Hoes.
II. T. I.KMMOV,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
CSO and 320 Main 8troet, Momphla, Tona
II. T. I.EM MOV.
W. 1'. Mll.l.KR.
li. I., in t
"There Will He a Kiuht. and Our Hmsdt Profits Will Win."
PAHIUSNT, AVI 1,1.1 AMS &C
liiKMHia I, WIKTK rAKKkNr,
007 and COO Main Streot. ... . Moinphla, Tenn.
' S V 1 -' A
Av CJ . " I OrvWal MTI
V lifA ELLITHORPK AIR BRAKE COMPAHK'S ELEUT0B1
Vf'? 7rK HEAM I'lMl-S. MACHlNfcRYbClTLlSa, Kto.
i , hiivi
J . C 1 f
ALABAMA : CARBON : HILL : COAL
4nthracitfl. Cka Wood.
m-K w. WYNXK.
I.ntinif Wynne, iK'iinii .V link, l-errol City,
Ill r rvLrATTu K3 ON U CU.
Wynne, Love Sc Co.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchant?,
363 FRONT ST., -
Olf IIKWM AMI f '(I.N'rtlf
DERBY POOL ROOM
IN REAR OF THE PEADODY HOTEL.
TRACK ODDS ON
Wr ODnner'ln'' tVIH A'1 "an Tt"'
DEAN-LILLY COFFEE AND SPICE CO.
JlAYIVfl HK.TVri.Y MTIM Ml A J IT l pii v i s.r.kiiV M'll tilVH
a- li nil I II r T J I r M'lii av ni.",
Nos. FRONT ST113SJ3T
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vuu.H a. iii- "iiiaii iilaviv. it nsvs
..' .7, .in. u..ina .nLrKinj
svtlrra wlih 'TOmiinrajtnJ Ulatiatch.
tl.m Ilk...! ... I . ' .
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rontintianrs of th asms,
TV. I'. MII.IXR,
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kisdti t r
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W. II. JtiYNKIt,
Our Stock is
JOHN E. RANDLE& CO
M AN V PACT U I IK It av
Architectural Iron Work.
II I.UY.-4. HIAr II.MI, lu-.
MCi Ctmittm ttin nnu r-nri
Repair WDone Promptly.
TQ nct'fru i un tin nriiMirr
v, vi r.vb mil rvnravnvvdl
STREET. fROl MARKET TO Lj.uHESTlS
MW.M IMIIH. TKN V.
no 27 sr.mNn street.
U I I.I.I AM K. IX) VE.
Ijitr b( tiiMjillinr, Lvs ik Co.
I VM K V't'rl H()I,iriTKl.
ALL TURF EVENTS
niled np our eatuDilaiimrui wiin new ana una
larilllirfl no ara linw irr..r-i mi iuivui
Tliankl'r all our old riMtmners lor
l.i. I . -
on ua in Ilia pa"1! aoncuiug a
wt ramsin, iriHlillljf,
and siiok company